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ALas of the Farmer.
From Colmans' Rami Weill.
The farmer, as a farmer, should
have aims peculiar to himself. As
a man, he should have the aims
common to noble humanity, to be
and livea, true and honorable man,
to !Pa generous friend, a true hus
band and father, a frank, manly,
high minded citizens, an earnest
friend and patron of science, art,
improvenuttit; sober, indsutrious,
honest, chivalrous, genial in temper
forbearing and forgiving. Iut as a
farmer he ought to have beyond
Qill other aims, those peculiar to the
profession of agriculture. Every
profession lias its peculiar aims.
So it should be with the firmer if
li3 would succeed wed. What are
the tiy;e aims of the farmer? First
of all, he should aim to have a
good farm, not simply a passable
farm as to soil, arrangements, pro
ductiveness but a (jiumbcr one
farm, a farm rich of soil, easy to
till, conveniently arranged and
fenced, well0 watered, drained,
guarded against washing, properly
divided as to pasturage, meadow,
orcharding, tie. To this end he
should be dilligent in manuring,
deep flowing, draining, rotating,
of crpps, fencing and ordering his
farm aright. It will not do to be
always bleeding a farm. You
must feed it or its life blood will
Osoon be exhausted. Alany farms,
like many liorses, are worked to
death and not half fed. Put into
the stomach of the farm, which is
its soil, enough good manure, or
fertil izingQ material, and it will
grow fat and faiiVj
Take care of your farm as you
would a favorite horse. Keep its
spirits up and its beauty on by
generous feeding 'and care. Let
no field or corner be neglected.
Peed largely from the manure wag
on and carry well with the plow
and harrow, then do not overwork
it by exhausting 'crops, and you j
will have a farm that will shine
and do service.
Xew farms, like young horses,
are often ruined very early. Nev
er overwork a young horse, lie
must have good care and careful
usage till he reaches his maturity
at seven or eight years of age.
Then his lifoAvill be long and vig
orous. So with a new farm. It
must not be exhausted at first.
Keep its original fertility up and
if needed improve it. Xext the
gooVt farm comes good buildings,
br the family, the stock, the crops
and tools. This should be one aim
before the farmer. Don't be satis
liedow'ith a log house and stable.
Crave good buildings and enough
of them and cret thtin as soon as
Good crops, too, should fdl the
farmer's eye. Ordinarily he should
be ashamed of a poor crop as the
lawyer would a poor speech, or Jhe
shoemakor a poor shoe. Get good
crops ifethey are to be had. Aim
for the best. It is the' good crops
hat pay. They are to be by good
farming. They don't come at ran
dom like April showers. There is
science and art in go5d farming,
there is theory and practice, there
5s philosophy and work. Go in for
good crops by the use of the proper
STexin order comes stock as an
aim of the farmer, good stock
capital stock premium stock.
Raise the bestcbreeds and the best
'specimens of each breed. Don't
keep scrawny crowbaits on the
farm. They are a disgrace to any
farm, an ought to be to any far
mer. With proper pains and care
secure the best. They are the eas
iest raised, easicstQkcpt, healthiest,
pay the best aud Iqgk the best. A
farmer should care as much for the
looks of his farm and stock as his
wife docs for the looks of her bon
net. Heashould be a little proud
or well satisfied with his good
things, as should a true man of his
honor or character. A farmer's
crops and stock are the criterion of
his character as a farmer. As the
sluggard is known by his weeds
and broken windows so is the far
mer by what he raises. lie writes
his character -out in living forms
all over his farm. If his animals
are poor and sharky, they reproach
him more sarcastically than can
any speech of pen or tongue. If
they are fine and lusty they praise
him with a voice of living and ro
bust eloquence. Then aim for
good stock, every farmer of the
great, rich West.
A good orchard and garden
should be among the aims of the
farmer. They beautify and adorn
his farm; they increase its value
,and profits; they benefit his fami
ly; thev load his table with the
.daintiest luxuries, they administer
to the health of his household ;
they are standinpynvitations to his
friends to come and visit him; they
arc evidences of his intelligence
and good taste; they are proofs of
his generosity and affection for his
family; they" testify to his skill in
the fine arts; they cultivate his
mind and develop" his manhood.
An orchard and a garden are indis
pensable on a good farm.
lie should aim to be intelligent
in Ins profession; not only to be
practical, but to be scientific, to
know what to do and whv. He
should be well read; posted up in
all improvements and all the best!
methods and he should endeavor
to inculcate in the minds of his
children a desire to understand the
true principles upon which agricul
ture, as an enlightened profession,
is based. Ilis library should be
well stored; his reading table well
spread with agricultural papers.;
and he should know all that is in
them. Thoiough knowledge and
thorough practice should be his
A tavern boaster the other elay,
vauntinr,p his knowledge of the
world, was asked by a wag at his
elbow if he had been in Algebra?
"Oh yes," said he, 'T once passed
through it on top of a stage."
A love-sick youth at Bridgeport,
Ct., called at the residence of his
inamorata, a day or to ago, at 1 a.
r., and insisted upon seeing her.
Being refused admission he made
such n fuss that a policeman was
sent for to remove him. As he
went away, he apostrophized
the cruel fair one thus: "lioohoo,
you've done it now, you've done it
A piously-inclined person was
exhorting Pat on the subject of
religion. He indignantly answered,
"Sure, an' diden't I jine the Metho
dist: raiv an' I jiued for six
months, an' behaved myself so well
they let me off with three."
If a young lady would win the
esteem of those whose esteem is
worth the winning she will not sit
in the parlor occupied with fancy
work while her mother washes the
dishes in the hitching.
The London papers state that
the warrant of Captain Erie, of the
l)o:nl)y, has been returned to him,
the authorities in England deem
ing the ground for suspension iu
sullieient, thus endorsing one of
the most heartless and cold-fjlood-ed
wholesale murders on record.
A woman in Indiana married a
man by the name of Wright, and
the next day she eloped with a
man named Head. Probably the
correspondence between the seduc
er and the woman was about as
follows, in the language of the old
"31 y dear Re sure you are
Wright, and then go! A. Head.'
A Mrs. Brown, of San Francisco,
who does a little in the way of!
spouting for woman's rights, says ;
that if woman are allowed to vote, j
ami a man ever tries at t lie polls
to seduce her to vote against her
will, site will shoot him on the spot.
j Tally one for Rrown, although we
don t know what spot she has reler
An exchange says that Britan
nia will continue to "rule the
waves" until the United States has
a government which will compel
her to wave the rule. "
E. F. KU-SELL,
Pea! 2.' tat c Attorney.
C. T. FERRY,
real Estate brokers
Northwest corner of First and Washington
PORTLAND, OKEG ON.
Q FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
O Sale of Real Estate. Collections made
in Oregon and Washington Territory.
A largo amount of desirable City Prop-
i city, Town Lots, Improved 1- arm . Mock
Ranches, Timber Land-, Ac, situated in tiie
best portions of Oregon and Washington
Territory, for sale on reasonable terms.
Special attention is called to a large amount
Eesirable Property in Clackamas
FULL ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AT THE
BRANCH OFFICE, OX
3IA1X STREET, OREGON CITY,
At the office of
J0I1XS0X & ilcCOWX,
Ileal Estate Brokers.
Xo Fxpene incurred unless a sale is made.
A. G. WALLING S
Pioneer Boo!: Bindery.
So. "Wiisliiusjloii Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
ilUSFC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the countrr promptly at
tended to. "
r. O C U S & ALBRIGHT,
Corner of Fourth and Main sine's
JTS- Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
freh and salt meats, such as
COK'NED REEF. IT A MS,
PICKELED POKE, LARD,
And everything else to be found ia their line
rSTTCFS' BL ANKS, of everv dosrrin
tion. T rintcd at the ExTEr.nusE office"
LA DD & T.ILTON,
Deposits received and Acccu t si ob
ject to Check or Drait.
INTEREST allowed on TIME Deposits of
TRUST FUNDS, in sums of ONE DOLLAR
and UPWARDS, Irom Date of Deposit.
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
Bonds. Stocks and other valuables received
oa deposit for safe keeping.
COLLECT XS MADE, an PRCED S
Investments in real estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Agents for the transaction of all kinds of
FINANCIAL aud TRUST BUSINESS.
SIGHT AND TELEGRArillC EXCHANGE
On San Francisco and the Atlantic States,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BOUGHT
and sedd. lO.tf
THE MANHATTAN LIFE,
North Itritish and JLcrect utile Tire
E. D. WHITLOW,
OREGON CITY AGENT.
Over 20,009 Persons
Testify to the Wonderful cures of
Dr. J. W. MURRAY'S
Balsam for the Liver and Blood.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.
One of the Cct.lratrd. Physicians of Portland,
unfix lie is cured ofths Pimp; and. Liver ctna
j)Liint, and that he oic$ his life to Dr.Mur
rins Lang and JAvi r Baitum. Read n'hat
he say: I'outlaxu, Mav 21, isr.i).
--I have tried Dr. J.'W. Murray's
Lunr and Liver L'llsam. I used it in mr fam
ily with the best of success. I was sick for
some months, and used every remedy. I
called several physicians, hut thev did nie no
pood. I exhausted every remedy known to
the medical profession, and received no bent-fit.
This Lung and Liver 1? i!am cured me,
and I do not he.-itate to recommend it to the
public and my friends, as a good and safe
rem dv. Those who know me, as many do
in this Stat ;, know that I would not recom
mend them to use a thing that lms no merit,
because I am opposed to quack remedies.
G. W. RROWX.M. D.
t3 For sale at BELL & PARKER S, and
at ad Drug Stores on the I'acilic Cortst. 'Jtf
Tlionias Cliannan !
Successor to CI U It MAX $ 21 RO.,
'HE DEATH OF MY BROTHER II AS
compelled me again to change the name
of the iirm of C1I A UMAX & BKO. to that of
THOMAS CHARM AN having purchased of
the estate all the interest held by 1113 broth
er iii the stock of goods owned by ('barman
k Brother, taking eii'ect January 3d, lS(ji.
Will I)e Can led on as Usual
AND A FULL STOCK
Will be kept up by me, and will consist, in
part, of the following branches of trade :
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Notions. Perfumery
And Patent Jledicines.
Paints, Oifc, Colors,
Die Staffs and Varnish,
Quecnsicare, Crockery & Lamps
Sash. Poors, and Window Blinds,
Hardware, To oh and Cutlery,
Pope, and Nails
Of Every Description.
I asl: Especial Attention to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
GROCERIES OF E VER Y
OF ALL KINDS.
MF" Attention will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Business with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
gold basis but Legal Tender will be re
ceived at the market quotations.
I desire to say to all who favor me
with their patronage that I shall use my best
ability to please them, and all orders shall
meet with prompt attention. My facilities
for doing business are as good as any house
in Oregon, and I pledge myself to sell as
Cheap as any House in good standing in the
St.ite. I will not be undersold bv any one
Please give me a call and examine for your
selves. Thanking you for past favors,
I remain, Respect full v vours,
THOMAS CHARM AN.
S. D. SMITH. Geo. B. COOK.
Cor. First and Morrison Streets.
W Messrs. Smith Cook have taken this
we:! known lIous, refitted ami refurnisheh
it throughout, built a large addition, making
thirty more pleasant rooms, enlarged the
dining asid sitting rooms, making it by far
I the best Hotel m Portland. A a;l trom the
! traveling public will satisfv them that the
! .,1 .' . '
SMITH .1- COOK, Proprietors.
N. B. Hot and cold baths attached. 40 tf
g II A PES SALOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
JIALY STREET, OrcSan City.
Pt BILLIARD TABLES in. OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in-
viies iiie auenuon i me I overs or this
popular amusement to thm.
TH K B A 11 I S S VP PLIED
ith ail the choicest dualities of I.ionm- nn.T
j Ciirs. Scot'.h. Irish and Bourbon already
j famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
ST I- arn..ie supplied.
JOHN MYERS. H- C. MYERS.
J". MYERS BRO.,
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
ROOTS & SHOES,
We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM CASS IME RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we wi'l sell at the Factory Prices,
aud will take wool in exchange.
fWe will also pay the highest price for
Butter. Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce. "e will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
jKST Give us a call ana satuly yourselves.
Fine Vatchcs ! Rich Jewelry ! !
And Silverware !
Ii . STONE,
W atclies Jewelry !
107 Front Street. Portland, Oregon.
Would invite the attention of his friends
and the public to his Large and Choice as
sortment of FINE WATCHES, from the
most celebrated makers of E. Howard & Co.
Boston ; Apt liou t Tracer, If S. Hartlett,
Walthain, Mass.; Elgin Watches; Jacot's
Self-winding Watches; English Watches and
others. Also, a well selected stock of ladies
Watches, of all description and styles. which
he would be pleased to show to all who may
favor him with a call.
FIXE JEWELRY and SOLID SILVER
J I rA E, E A X C V A It TICL ES,
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY
Gold "and Silver Watches, of different ma
kers. Diamond Pins, Ear rings,. and Finger
rings. G o 1 d Bracelets. Go'd Chatelain
Guard? and Watch Chains. Gold Necklaces
Armlets, Crosses and Lockets. Gold breast
pins, Far rings, and Finger-rings. (Hold
Charms and lT-ys. California Gold Rings
and Bohmes' Patent Buckels.
Moss Agate Setts. Rings end Cuff Buttons.
Wedding rings made of pure gold, expressly
lor that purpose. Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses, Pebble Specta
cles and Eye-glasses. Solid Silver Napkin
Rings. Silver Fruit and Butter Knives
Solid Silver Table and Tea Spoons. Regula
tors, Seth Thomas Clocks, Marine Clocks,
Gilt Galley Clocks, etc.
27 All the above articles sold Cheap for
Cash, and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing and
adjusting of Chronoineteis.Duplex andAuier
B. L. STONE.
3.tf 107 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
Savier, LaUoque & Co.,
or eg ox CITY.
KT'L.Keep constantly on hand fi sale, flour
Midhngs, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
purchmg feed must furnish the sacks.
J0IIX II. SCIIRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main Street, Oregon (lity,
tf-Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the. largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
JOHN F. MILLER,
Suecvszor to J. F. MILLER Co.,
MANTFACTCUEE OF AXD DEALER IN
J he Oregon City Boot and Shoe
Store, Main street.
THE BEST SELECTION
Of Ladies', Gents', Boys', and Children's
uoots ana rjnoes, 011 nana or made to order.
RAM, WILLIS & Co.,
LIVERY. FEED AND SALE
nar" tic: ui jsbz ,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Daring recently added to the Livery Stock
new Carriages, Buggies and Horses, are now
prepared at all times to let the same, at reas
onable rates. Horses bought and sold, or
kept by the day or week.
Having purchased the abore Brewerv wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
JOIIX M. BACOX,
Importer and Dealer in
33 fs czzsa oa nsraL. 9
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY. &c, ic,
- Orrgon CHy, Oregon.
At Charrna" IVarner's old stand, lately oc
cupied, by S. Ackerrwn, Main street.
WHEN THE BELL RINGS
LOOK OUT E0E THE LOCOMOTIVE.
Mow is the Time to
While they are
M Cost I
Having purchased the entire Stock of Goods, fixtures, etc.
of Messrs. Jacoh & Brother, and moved into the stand lately
occupied by that firm, I am now better prepared than ever to
attend to the wants of my customers, and having a double
amount of very desirable goods on hand, I hive decided to
Sell oh" at Cost for the next Sixty Days, in order to reduce
the stock. In order that all may rest assured of this fact I
ask you to call and satisfy yourself. My stock consists, in part
of the following articles :
LADIES DRESS GOODS. BALMORALS, HATS of various descriptions;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks ;
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
. HOSIERY ;
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all widths :
BOOTS AND SHOES : HATS AND CAPS : CLOTHING :
FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS ;
CASS I MERE SUITS;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS ;
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all size? and qualities.
&S3 A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a larjre stock of Gents' Furnishing Gods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
ft-iT- All kinds of Produce Bought.-'tS:
Near Morrison Street. Near Yamhill.
KAST & CAHALIN.
Hew Stock of Eoots and Shoes
Best Sic led ion in the City !
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Betikert's, Tirrell's, Feng's,
Houghton & Coolidee's, Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of cents' and bovs'
wear. .Also Mile's, Sieberlich's, Burt's,
San Francisco and custom-made ladies and
Our customers and the public in general
are invited to call and examine our stock,
which we will sell cheaper than ever.
1. S. Boots made to order, and an assort
ment of our make constantly on hand.
WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAMERS
FROM 0 REG Oil GiTY
FOR PORTLAND :
At 74 A. M., every day, except Sunday.
And 1 P. M., every day.
For Salem, Albany and Corvallis :
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY. THURSDAY
AND FRIDAY, at 7 o'clock A. M.,
And for Dayton :
ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY.
t each week.
A. A. McCELLY, President.
Nov. 27th. 18(3'.). I4u.tr
Harvest of 1889 ! !
Selling off to Close Business,
And iao IIUMSITG!
TSae Entire Siocls:!
. BC0TS AND SHOES,
liens Ladies, Misses' and Chihirens
HATS AND CAF3.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Earners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
lias got to he sold
Regardless of Price!
tr, To convince 3'onrsf!f with resnect tf
this matter, call at the oi l enrm-r.
SoutJi rf T ope t'o.'s Tin Store,
MAIN St., OREGON CITY
Wm. Barlow & Co., Proprietors.
IIar.no: leased the above named celebrated
Hotel, for the term of one year, we would sav
to the public, come on, we are readv for you
ana will accommodiitp vnn
j vl, fcv ' ' v i -w t ; i 'ill
Buy your Goods !
going Cheap !
WALL AM ET
IRON WORKS COMPANY!
And Eoiler Builders !
pry Xort h Front aud E sts.,
Mjjmi rortiaiicl. csmroii.
rpiIESE WORKS ARE LOCATED OX the
X bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and hare facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and ellicientlv.
"We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of t lie Works, w hose ex
perience on this coast for lif'teen years givt-s
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We a-e prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY!
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING PUMPS ! !
&C, &C, &C.
Man'tfaetvre and Repair Machinery of all
l en,x. Ill OX SII UTTER WORK at San
FrancUeo co.it and. freight. , Wlieder d: Ran
dalV Pattnt Grinder and Amalgamator.
l)nnlar'n and Steeetr's Self Adjusting RaUnt
Piston Packing, either 'applied to ohl or new
steam cylinder. Quartz Stampers, Shoes and
dies, if the htst hard iron- ZAy
PLOIBIXG, GAS & STEAM
Xo. 110 First Street.
JUST RECEIYED, per
From the celebrated Factory of
Messrs. Kumvey v Co., Schenectedy,
rUMPS OF ENTIRELY NEW PAT-
Ma ) economy, SUPER IOR TO ANY otlei ed
IX THIS .MARKET, Comprising:
) All sizes for lead or iron pipe;
6 All sizes " "
S BASE AND .SIDE FORCE PUMPS,
& All sizes for had or iron pipe;
a ) ENGINE WELL TUMI'S,
) 1- or deep wells ;
)YARD WELL PUMPS,
fk 'AMALGAM DELLS, for Steamboats,
ksia Factories. Churches, etc.
POINTS, for Drive wells ;
Hotels, public buildings, and private 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
witli great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
O. II. MYERS.
110 Front street, Portland, Oregon
CBAS. HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALEF. . GEO. W. SXELL.
KOBGE, CALEF rCo.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARXISHES, BRUSHES, I'AIXTERS
Materials, ana urnggiU Sundries.
C7 Front Street,
Season of 15G970.
C W. WAT. LING X- Cr u n
v v. uuiiiu l itii v-JV?
ihe f tl,P public to their la reZL.
7'' iel1 a wtp,i stock of fine fruit trees and
e rtlbber? consisting nf r-l.r,, ;t: ,.r
CUEit -iES, PLUMS, PEARS.
At KILO To, PEACHES, NUTS,
RASPBERRIES, &c, Ac.
ttT" Persons desirous of purchasing trees
hould call and exnmino nnr- cV- k;.v
the largest p.rd best in the State.
Orders fwith the raOiUi.nt tr. o Vm-c.
will be promptly filled ard forwa ded.
jttjj- j-jci i a care lunen in packing Trees.
Address all orders to
(i. W. WALLING & Co..
-lotf Ooweco. Clackamas County Oregon.
J. II. EEED,
Kesidence corner of
Columbia and 7th sts
Kesidence, ColnmLia st
bet. 2d and 3d sts.
Jas. K. Kelly and J. II. Reed, under the
firm name of
KELLY & REED,
Will practice law in the Courts of Oregon
nee on nisi street, near Aiuer, over tin
Post office room, Portland. (4
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
PORTLAND, OREG0T. .
Office Under the United States iistii-. JU
Court Room, i rout street. 4?tf : t
p AG-IE & THAYER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE In Cree's Building, corner ti
11 out and Stark streets, Pf rtlaud. 52,:ti
J. F. CAPLES. J. C. MOEELa9d.
CAPLES & M0RELAND, i
ATTOEKEyS AT IAW,
Cor. Flit) XT and WASI1IXGTON Sts.,
Logan, Skattuckffc Killin,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
JVo. lOO Front Street, I7p Stairs,
JgUGEXE A. CHONIX,
A TTORNEY A T LA IV,
Rooms 7 and 8 Carter's Block,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
J. n. MITCHELL.
j. k. noLPn.
A. SMITH i
MitchelI)QDclph G& Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lavj
Solicitors in Chancery, a nd Proc
tors in Admiralty-
'Office o-er the oldOf'ostOffice, Front ?
street, Portland, Oregon. o ;
A. C. GIBBS. C. W. PARRISH,
Notary Publie and Com. of btfii.
GIEES & PAERISH,
Attorneys and Qounselors at Laic,
OFFICE On Alder ttreet, in Carter'
New C Alt P JsTI !XGS
OIL - C L 0 TH S ,
"WINDOW - HcA B S ,
PAPER - HAU GINGS,
LACE-CURTAINS, &c, &c
We Would Call the attention efpurPr,
tics fitting up houses, or leir.g in r
need of anything in our line
10 our Stock, which is
OXE&F THE COMPLETF.ST
On Hie Facile
Our Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in England and the
Eastern Slates, we eangtll
AT TIIE LOWEST
No. 80 Front street, betweenAlder
Co.) and Washington, Poj tlandJregoa
FRONT St., PORTLAND.
J. B. SPEENGER, Proprietor.
The Proprietors of this well known House v
having superior accommodations, guarantee
entire satisfaction to all guests. w
m The Hotel Coah will be in attendance
to convey passengers and baggage to and
irom the Hotel, free of charge. (4t
umce uregon and California Stage Co.
Jacob Stitzel. James B. Unox
STITZEL & UPTON, 1
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
W 'ashing ton streets. t
TORTLAND, OREGON. r .
?W Will attend to the sale and purchase r
of Keal Estate in all parts of the City ai d t
State. Special attention given to the sale of
Last Portland property.
Address P. O. P.ox 462, Portland. Oregon.
STITZEL & UPTON,
WAt) Real Estate Brokers. '
No. 109 FRO XT STREET,
Ami I Ia.J. ; n? n'i:c? w iTrillv ' AVT)
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox A 3
Gibbs Letter "(P' Sewing Machines, which
are now being sold singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates. (40. tt fc
ISAAC FARR. P. D. MORRIS
FOR OREGON CITY AND VICINITY.
W "Will deliver to their patrons nil the
bet qualities of Stall Fed Teef. also Mutton,
Pork, Foul try .etc., as usual twice a week, on
Tuesdays arid Saturdays
Thankful tor past favors of the public would
respectfully asks a continuance of the same
JO IS IH TLJ5EATLYEXEl'VT
ed at tbc ENTERPRISE OFFICE.
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