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LATE PROM EUROPE.
Bwcuhorg Bombarded aud De
. btroycd by tho Allies.
Russian! Defeated on the Chernaya.
Sebastopol again Bombarded.
The Tide or WarTnrMna tn favor or (he
Allies lira.. Toitllenra recovering
The )ueea' VUtl to Vreacc.
The ncwi from Europo i highly exci
ting. It would ncur that the war lias ta
ken it turn favorable to tho allies. We give
below all tho important ileum. The dates
from Liverpool are to the 10th Augnnt. .
Oseratloa. l the iwttlc Destruction or
Tbo annouiicomeiit that the Allied Fleet
in the Baltic had destroyed SwciiWg wan
taken out by the Hermann, but tho Canada
brings subsequent detail which modify tho
Tho following it the first despatch on tho
subject from the French Admiral :
"On doahd Tins Lourvillb, Aujr. 11.
"The boinhardinvnt of Swcnborg by the
Allied !3(Uudrniis has been attended Willi
mccesj. An tminenso conllarntion, last
ing forty-five hour, has destroyed nearly all
the storehouses and inngnzuiesof the Arse
nal. which is a complete, ruin. Various
powder magazines and stores of projeciiles
blew uii. 'I'ho enemy bin received a terri.
bio blow and sull'ered an enormous loss.
Our loss is iusiguilicant is men aud nothing
-whatever in material, the crews are en
The despatch of Admiral Dundas is less
highly colored, and is as follows :
"Or Siveaiioro, August 11. Swen
borg was attacked by the mortar and gun
boats of the Allied Squadrons on the morn
ing of tho 0th. The tiring ceased early
this morning." Heavy explosions and very
destructive fires were produced. In a few
hours nearly oil the principle buildings on
.Vurgo, aud ninny more on Swartc, including
those of tho dockyard and arsenal, were
burned. Few casualties have occurred, and
no Lives lost iu the Allied Fleet.
It will bo observed that in tho above no
mention has been m ado of tho liussian
St. Fetbhsiiurg, August 11. A Rus
sian despatch of the 1 1 tit says : "Tho Al
lied Fleets opened the bombardment against
Swciiborg on tlm Oth, nud have kept it up
with energy until now."
Daxizio, Aug. 10. Tho Allied Squad
ron returned to N'argen from Sweaborg on
the 13th. JCoiic of tho Allied ships were
seriously damaged. The Itritisli casualties
were : Killed, time ; wounded, two officers
aud thirty men. The French loss is equal
Advices from Konigsherg slato that,
when tho attack on Swoaborg began, the
Grand Duke Constantiue naked permission
: l'loin tho Emperor to attack the diminished
lleel beforo Croiistadt, but the Emperor re
fused. Swenborg seems not to be in the posses
sion of tho Allies, and, as it is not a key to
any important position, its destruction must
bo regarded as a detached enterprise, and
not a part of any comprehensive operaiion.
Its successful bombardment, however, lias
had the elloet to revive the spirits of the
flcct, and to satisfy expectations at homo.
Consuls advanced a quarter per cent, and
. the French Funds twenty-five centimes on
' the receipts of tho news.
; Great Battle on the, TcWcrinyatefe;t Of
' The news from tho Crimea is important,
a great battle having becu fought on the
Tchernnyn. The 13ritish Government re
ceived the following despatch :
Varna, Aug. 10. Tho Russians attack
ed the position at Tchcrnaya this morning
ut day-break iu great force. -Tho nction
lasted about throe hours, but they were com-
; jiletely repulsed by tho Frcueli aud Sardin
ians. Second Despatch, 1 p. m. The Rus
sian attack this morning was - under the
'command of Liprandi, with from forty to
sixty thousand men. Their loss is estima
ted at from 4000 to 5000, and about 4000
jirisoners aro taken. The loss on the side of
ho Allies was very small.
. Pclisaior telegraphs on the 10th, as fol
'.3ovs: For somo 'days past, rumors of an intend
wil attack on the part of tho Russians had
, OtcitediiuT attention, and this morning at
flay treat tliajr realized their intention
against our lines eu tho Tchornaya, but in
npite of tho movement of imposing masses
which had been collected during tho night,
the cpeuiy were repulsed with great vigor
"by the troops forming the divisions of Gen
erals Herbillon, Cacna, Fanchcux, and Mor--Til.
The Sardinians placed on our right
fought bravely. The Russians left a large
YinniW of dead on the field, and we made
many prisoners. Tho Russians were in
' complete retreat on Mackenzie's Hill when
our reserves canjo, and with tho aid of our
brave allies, particularly the F.nglish cavalry,
the enemy received a severe blow. Our
losses, although much less numerous than
those of the enemy, nre not yet known.
Affairs before Sebastopol were unchang
ed. Omar Pacha Lad received hasty orders to
return to the Crimea instead of going to
General Simpson telegraphed to the
"Gen. Teli viier and I liavo decided to
open fire from the English and French bat
teries to-morrow morning at day break.
' St 1'eter.burg letters s.ty that GorUcha
liofT has orders from the Etilptrorto sink
the Ru-i;;n fleet if the Malaketf fills.
Tie Xrt'hfl Pott (Ministerial
organ) says, editorially : "We Lave every
reason to believe tbut stirring and hitherto
unexpected intelligence may bo looked for
from tho Crimea witluu the next few days."
It is supposed to retur to the secret cxped
tioa or field movements.
Hea of Axon.
nt r f.f ri ..... ...
juo inmiiae jium puoiiHies that on
July 23 a British giin boai wont ashore near
tiiganrog, and wiw burned by the Cossacks.
The latest accounts from Kars any the
city was surrounded by tho Russians and
the first purulh'l opened. Tho cominun
cntion with Ezcrouin hud been atomied.-
IVovisions were abundant, but forago was
scarce. Turkish reinforcements were being
uiiKtenea to kzerouin.
Travelers report that tho Turcomans were
committing ravages along the Caspian Sea
A lively exchange of notes continues be.
tween London, Paris, and Vicuna, respect
ing Austria's continuauce in the l'rincipnli
ties, A London paper snvs that neirolia
tions have arrived at a point for the couchi-
sion of a triple treaty, binding France, Eng
land, and Austria not to conclude any ar
rangemeut separately with Russia.
Tho Briii.-h Parliament wos prorogued
on the 14 th August.
Queen Victoria, escorted by six sLips of
war, crossed over to JJoulogno on the 17th,
and was to remain in France six days.
Doiiloonr, 17. The Emperor arrived
here from I'aiis at 0 o'clock this evening
and proceeded amid the acclamations of the
people to tho Hotel Favillion imperial.
The English flag-ship Neptune, the St.
George, and other ships of the royal squad
ron, have tired a royal salute from the of
fing. The whole town is in a state of in
James Walker fc Co., manufacturers,
Leeds, had failed. The Duke of Somerset
Another n.iiiis'eruil crisis is threatened at
Constantinople. Rii'eat Pasha is Appointed
President of the Council of the Scraskierate.
Wednesday, the 15ih August, being the
Fete Xujiolroit, there was a holiday in the
Bourse. The file was shorn of its full pro
po tions, but was celebrated by the thea
tres with spectacles and illuminations.
Charities were distributed, nud the senten
ces of two thousand prisoners commuted.
Immense festive preparations have been
made to honor Queen Victoria. Napoleon
meets her to-day (tlio 18th August) at
Boulogne, and escorts her to Paris. The
Empre ss will not be present.
'I'ho Monileur will tako occasion officially
to announce the condition of the Empress.
There is again a vague talk of a fusion
among tho Iloui bonists, and of a contem
plated meeting of their heads at Vienna.
r.x-r resident 1'illinore was introduced to
tho Emperor on the 15th August by Mr.
The Russian paper Lt Aro'says we may
now look for great events and horrifying
English correspondence says the Commis
sariat of Southern Russia has declared it
impossible to provision more men than aro
now in the Crimea ; consequently no further
reinforcements will be sent. 11ns is very
One hundred nnd fifty bales of cotton
were seized at Aix, in transitu from Ant
werp to St. Petersburg, and were each found
to contain revolvers at least, so It is said.
Something is said of a Congress of States
men at Vienna, to settle the affair of Italy,
but it is not likely to bo carried into cllect
The Austrian Gazette contradicts the
statement of a concordat between Austria
nnd the Holy See. Tho Roman govern
ment interposes every obstacle it can towards
recruiting a British Italian legion. Austrin
remonstrates against the selection of Navar
re as a recruiting depot.
lt is staled that franco and t'.ngliinu
have sent an cnersretic note to the King of
Naples, that they aro dissatisfied with his
Letters from Hamburg state that tlie
subject of the Sound Dues causes much
nnxiety to Denmark, and that Admiral
Mourier, of the Danish Navy, has pone to
Paris to ask advice and assistance of France.
No middle course appears possible to Den
mark, and serious complications are appre
hended, Denmark much fearing that the
United States "Would commence hostilities
by taking possession of the Danish West
An extra meeting of iho Danish Chamber
was in session, constructing a uniform Con
stitution for the whole Kingdom. 1
The overland mail is telegraphed with
Calcutta dates to July 4. A rumor was
current that the British Government intend
ed to collect a reserve forco from India, at
Cairo, for the Crimea. There was another
rumor that Persia still intrigues with Russia,
and that a British forco from India will be
sent to the Persian Gulf.
Affairs throughout India are tranquil;
and trade rather active. 1 wo cotton facto
ries are being erected. A complimentary
embassy is preparing to the King of Ava.
It is officially announced that the Cabi
net has finally thrown itself into the embra
ces of the Western Powers; and providing
money enough can be raised to pay for the
expenses, twenty-five thousand men will be
tent to the Crimea. The conditions are
that the Western Powers will protect Cuba
a 'uiust the United States. It is said, how
ever, that the Cortes will upset this nice ar
The Russian General, TodL-bcn, was re
covering, and had recently been carried to
inspect a new battery.
Gccr-J Ciinrouert, r.xalk"?, has arrived
in Franco. Gen. Esiiiiuno cbtaius the
command of Canrobert's division.
Gen, Zumoiskey, Is to organize a force of
ilussian deserter and roles against the
Russians. Gen. Enulnnd returns Lome
sick. The Duke of Newcastle is in camp.
Dr. Bakcwerk is cashiered for writing a lot
tor to the London 1'imts, exposing tho
management of the hospitals.
The Sardinians had 200 killed and wound
ed in the Russian attack on tha Chernn
The London Pout snvs "that Gun. Li
prandi made the attack by orders from St.
Petersburg, in consequence of a dearth of
provisions, means of transport, etc.. which
threatened the existence of his army if tho
month or September found tho Russians lu
their then position."
The Pout states that the besieged and
besiegers are so closo at Sebastopol thnt
hand-grenades have become the favorite
weapon. The same journal predicts the
speedy capture of the place.
in military cirtles at icnna the opinion
is decidedly favorable to tho Allies in the
next assault. Tho Military Gazette, which
for some time has hoped and predictctfin
favor of Russia, now gives its voice in favor
of the besiegers. It says : ''The French
Engineers have now got so near to the east
fort aud tho Karubeluaia fortifications, that
the first Russian iiue of defence can hardly
withstand tho next assault. Gen. Chr,j!'.'!i'
directs the defence of the Karubeluaia. It
is inferred by his latest measures, that
whilst prepared for the worst, he is resolved
to defend his ground to the utmost."
July 23. The fire from the batteries on
both sides was very incessant during the
wholo night. The Russians not only threw
a vast amount of shells into various parts of
tho works, but kept up a constant discharge
of grape aid and "boquoU," against the ad
vanced trenches. These boquets consist of
a number of small shells or grenudes ; they
are thrown from a mortar, about ten or
twelve at one discharge ; they burst closely
together, aud their fragmeuts are scattered
in all directions. A constant fire of this
kind is going on against the French works
on the Malakoff Hill, and in addition the
sharpshooters maintain, an unceasing fusi
lade. The loss of our allies, from casualties
of this kind, is said now to be equal in num
bers to a regiment per month, or nearly one
hundred men per day.
lHB ftlALAKHOFF tOWER. A letter tlOIll
Kamiesch, iu the Moniteur de la Flotte says:
Malakhoff commands nil the lower part
of Sebastopol, and dominates the passage
of the Bay of Inkcrman, by which tho town
obtains its supplies from the North side.
When this tower falls into our hands we
shall be able to sweep the bay, burn the
Russian fleet, bombard the lower town, and
almost immediately after inslal ourselves in
tho latter, for it can then be no longer held
bv the Russians. From the Malakhoff
Tower, beside, we can silence the Fort Con-
stautine, destroy tho stockage, anefopen tho
port to our jesscls.
The Russians know that well ns well
as we do ; and hence the terrible energy
which is displayed on both sides in forming
approaches, and iu the partial combats which
are renewed almost every night. Our new
ly constructed batteries are really most for
midable especially those of Quarantine
Bay, aud of what we call the Bay des Cal-
futs, which arearmod with guns ot the lar
gest calibre, and which are destined to force
the Russian fleet to seek a refuge behind
Fort Cathorino, tho sole place where they
will be unable to injure us.
JtSSTThe Arctic Committee, appointed
by tho House of Commons to investigate
the claims of the commanders of the recent
Arctic expedition for a reward for tho dis
covery of a north-west passage, have come
to a determination to recommend that 5000
should be given to Captain McClure.
(KT The condition of tho American iron
business is said, by Pennsylvania papers, to
be very encouraging, and shows that the
prosperity of the trade goes on increasing.
h(t At Milwaukie.on the 3d iust., by Itl. Rev.Thos.
F. Hcolt, D.D., Rvkt.lv. AurriM, junior pub
lisher of the Oregon Weekly Times, to Miss Mast
A. Uoli.i.ns, formerly or lloiyoxe, mas.
On tbc 2d Inst, fn Salem. O. T., by J. D. Boon,
rEitquire, Mr.lloaAci Kics to Mo. Rhoda Whitb,
ull of 1 oik county.
Of Dvaenterv. An the 12lhof Sept, Electa A.,
daughter of lion. L. A. Rice, or Itogue Uiver, aged
one year, eight months, and ten days.
Friend Adamt .-The intelligence contained in
the above I received by a private letter from Judge
Rice, and at hi request I forward yon the notice
for publication. He apcaks of bis loss as a "great
trial indeed," but desires to be able to say "The
Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away : bleaaed
be tha name of the Lord." ' '
"Death should coma
Gently to on of gentle mould lik thee,
As light winds, wandering through grove of bloom,
Detach the delicate btnawma from the tree.
Close thy sweet eye calmly, and without pain, ,
And we will trust in God to see thee yet again." .
On Sundav rooming, the 30th nit, Alomio 8.,
eUeataouof Juo. E. and Ellen Lylaof Polk county,
aged 4 years and o month.
PROF XEWELL'tJ clan of young ainger
will appear before the Publio with a choice
election of new mnsic, which they will perform,
together with part of Flora' Festival, inlhe Con
gregational church, oi Wednesday efenidg, Oct.
M4, 1855. Admbwon, at the door, 50 cent
Children, half price. There will be no ticket is
sued. Door open at Cj o'clock, performance to com
mence at 7, r. M.
Xfow ia Tom Time.
i S h probable 1 pnall Clone ine oafqerreoij p.
u,g buiinen for tlii season in about Mir ek
from thi time, tme wuhiug DAGIJEliREO-
lie, IIKM wauiuii ju..oi.nrA.
TYPES will do well to com ngUi along without ,
Picture taken in all kind of weather, and al
isfaction warranted. Call ut tha sky-light Room
over Milva.n' store, coei.tr of Main and Third
street eniranee n Third street
0.ia Citf.Oct 13. JOSEPH BUCHTEL.
DON K f
T V l'o you know thai plaKe rlnr Is clitwr aud
toller than ceiling t If , why aut plaster your
houaea Initead or boloulng them up With ceiling Ti
I have followed the buainvee for many yean, audi
ouelit Ui kuow. I am pn pared to do all aorta of
work in my line, from plain to the duett ornament
l work, on the muet reaaonatilo term. All of my
work will be warranted. Tu'Iiom who or building
liou to lire in. 1 would ay, "atop and lliiua b
for you further go," if you ar Intending lu cuil.
Give ui call, and let u talk the mailer ovor,
at all events. J. ti. llvutviiu-
Oregon City, Ortor 13, l5 'i(iif
Trult Treei for Bale.
T WOULD rniwcuully call the ailenlK.n of
X thoaswho want Fruit Tree to my Nurtery, m ar
the huuk of the Willamette, opposite Uuteville, oon
taming aonie nin acre of fine yearling or two
year old ree, numbering some 5U,UlHl, mortiy
grafted. They ar of Sue haillhy growth, very
stocky, and raised without manure, which i a very
important point, and embrace must of th leading
kind of Apple. Paar. Peaclie, &e. Most of
my kind I havo introduced here, ol great espenae,
from the beat nurwrie in the Atlantic Htatea, and
they hav mostly borne fruit which prove of th
1 shall be on hand at Iho Nursery from th 25th
Oct until about th firt of February, and ready
at all liinea'towait upon Ihnsa who may favor m
with a call. I shall sell for cash only, and the pri
ce will bo low in accordance with the hard time.
All tree pnrchaaed will be labeled ami carefully
packed, aud delivered at th landtag opposite
Uuteville, without extra charge. From tha Mof
Feb. I shall be at Oregon City to attend to selling
tree-there. JOHN W.LADD.
Uuteville, Oct 13, 1855. SC-Um
War Against Bard Simei !
The Place to Get your Money Luck.
CIIARMAN II WARNER aro now carrying
ou the BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY
butinea at their old aland, where they are atill de
termined to deal on terms to suit the time. Our
motto ia. "a nimble sixpence k better than a alow
hilling ;" and we are determined lo tell, if we do
aell upon a very email prom, n e are avewug ev
rvvnrietv. PROVISIONS, BREAD. CAKES,
PIES. &c, ifcc, that ware ever manufactured out
- ' .... . in l.f .IMUIPIIIDU
of Uour. Me Keep also an Kinusoi unutbiunii,
such as Sugar, Colu-e, Tobacco, Cigars, Raisins,
Spice, beside many Drugs and Medicino. (W
d.iu'l'kcen anv "uuack" medicine, however.) Wa
have bought out the other bakery, and intend to fix
up another establishment soou. The press of bus
iness is u great that we are compelled to "spread
ouiwlve f ver a larger platlorm.
IT Country produce bought and sold.
"im no trouble lo show "ictaa." Call and try
Oieg'in City, October 13, lb55.
ILT MOULDING for picture frames, for
ale by CIIARMAN &. M Alint.ll.
IOYS, of different kinds, for sale hy
CIlAK.tlAn At HAKIXC.ll.
100 boxes candles,
30 bills, pork, by
octlj tVM.C. DEMENT &uo.
TTTJTI1IN a few days, direct from New York,
TV ex clipier ship "Uolden fcagle,
400 gals, linseed oil,
150 gals. apt, turpeutine,
200 boxes window glaaa, (nsa'd sizes,)
200 kegs white lead, pure,
25 gals, varnish,
200 lb beeswax,
200 lbs rotiu, by Wat. C. DEMENT Atco.,
oct 12. opposite the Land Office.
W. O. Johnson,
CONVEYANCER AND COLI.ECTINO AGENT.
MORTGAGES, Deeds, Bills of Sale, &.C.,
drawn up with neatness, correctuftM, nnd dis
patch. Collections made in all part of the Wil
lamette valley. Person leaving Ilia Citv, and do-
airing to place their property iu care of au Agent,
can be aocommodated. Charge most reaaouabie.
May be found at Tua Aauua ollico.
Oregon City, Aug. 25, 1855
I 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Port
J Office at Oregon Citv, October 1, 1855.
Aluer KobniMU Alack Jiia W
Aldrich E C
Armstrong Jno B
Baldwiu ft T
Belle Anna Mis
lioyc Saml B
Brott Virginia Q Mrs
CanfieTd Wm D
Carpenter Wm II Dr
Craghcad Sariuh Mia
Douby Lucinda Mia
Gardner II C
Garrett C C
Gibson J C
Gleason A mo S
Hainca L F
Hamilton Jno It
Harris Jno M
Hay Lavinia Mr
Hobert Irrian "
Ilunsaker J T
Hunted Mary Mr
MaUock W T
Miller Jno W
. McWilliam R L
McCubbin Wm R
Orme J B
Osbcn Nancy Mia
Parllow Jaa M
Paiutor Mary Mrs
Peck L L
Flecker D A
Pooller T C
lteed J B
Sawtcll II C
Scott Harriet L Mb
Shugert Jno R
Smith I B
Thomas R R
Tompkin D D
Tracey C K
Wain J M
Walliug Frances Mm
Walling Juo R
Weeks Job V
Welch Barbery A Mr
White Jane Mrs
Wind Geo M
Woodruff E A
Young Lydia Ann Mm
Young Wm E
Ziegler J a A
W. W. BUCK, P. M.
Joy W arren
Kerr W W
Latourette L D C
Lock wood R T
Oregon City College,
THIS School is progressing without any change
of Teachers or general plan of studies. Pu
pil received at any time, and charged from the
time of entering. -The Principal ia ready to war
rant a good progress to all thoae who attend, pro
tided they he punctual, mark hard, and confine
lit fir mindi to thrir ttuditi. No other t are invi
ted to attend The boarders will not be allowed
to apend their time away from th School, or to
nue out or Keep company niiu any gvuuoiuv'..,
cept the Principal, or on appointed by hint, shall
be present; lor he wants only those who coma to
team and are resolved lo take tiie pror courao to
N. B. The School is open lor visit and inflec
tion every dsy and hour jf iu aeawon. For further
information apply to J. D. POST,
Oct 6, 18.i5.-25U Principal
Direct From Honolulu,
,- Br. i n inn.
I ' . i '
127 mat No. S Sugar,
50kr " No. 1
95 Bbl. " Syrnp,
2-J " ' MJsmm,
330 Gallon Polar Oil.
f-f.!Va- G. A BLRNETHY c.
VirilO WANTS PLASTKUINO
A ITaJnahla Tmrm tor Bale.
rflHEsulMcriber orteit fet ail ou humlred aere
J of laud, partly Improved, tilusud Within two
miles of Oregon City, near Gen. McCarver' farm,
tht mint raemmaM ttrmi. rot particulars,
enquir of Tho. Pope, or al the offio of Wail It
Klley,OregaCily. U. E. COLE.
Oil. 6, lb05.-'.,5lf
The Sett Chance,
ITtVER offered In Oregon, lo I hoe wanting
J Slovea. I would ay lo Hi publio that I am
otlering my stock of Hioves, just received, l oaiiT
lt REDUCED PRICES, from Free IoTk-i Dol
us below former rate. O. B. TWOGOOD.
GOOD assortment of Tinware on hand, and
. for sal cheap, by O. It TWOGOOD.
BUSHELS of Oat wanted, for
Licit I will pay the market price, la
O. B. TH OGOOU.
(1AAA BUSHELS of Whist wanted al
wUUV the nwirkct price, for which I will pay
iu Tinwar or blorsa.
O. U. TWOGOOD.
k FEW of th celebrated cook Moves known a
IV Buck Diamond and Mat Flowh on hand
aud for sal by O. D. TWOGOOD.
IOOK STOVES at $18, bv
ool 6,-lf O. D. TWOGOOD.
A NY person having a Mekideon, Seraphine,
X. Aeoordeon, or oilier reed Inalrumenl, with
broken or defective reeds, ean have them rciuirrd
by applying or aendiug to Chaa M. Kester, at hi
residence, two square back from Iho Ilaptut
Mee'lng House, lu the North pert of Ore .on City.
Charge for inserting ingle reode from $1,50 to
g-'.W. Iteaaouable dvdu.Uou for a greater num.
bar. C. M. K ESTER.
Oregon City, September 22, lSj.1-23
n Braga, Medicinea, f alnti, Oili,
Tff and Bjre-ittirla,
& at th OREGON CITY DRUG STORE,
epl5 Main Street, Oregon City, O.T.
DR. Ouyaott' oomMMitd exlraot af Sarsaparilla
and Yellow Dock, al the
aeplj OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
SANDS' Bawai arilla, in any qnoutity. at tha
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
LD Dr. Jacob Townnend' Sarsaparilla, at
th UUUflt;il l UHtiuoiunb
R. Townsend's Sarssruirilla, at tha
OKEGU.'V till VKUUBIUKH.
I1AKER Saramrilla, al the
OREGON CHI UKUUBlUlir-
cLANE'8 oelebraled Vermifuge and Uvar
rills, Ulituun til I uulu oiunii
R. Oegood' India Cholagogue,anU)r. Jones'
American Cholagogue, at Hi
OREGON CITY DRUG STORK.
"ItfOFFATS Life Bitlers and Pill, Bernard'
if L Dysentery Syrup, Wistur'a Balsam of Wild
Cherry, at tho
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE,
R. J. Ay re' celebrated Cherry Pectoral fur
cough, cold, aud consumption, at the
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
JAYNE'S Alterative, Expectorant, and Pilla,
Cod Liver Oil, Cantor Oil, anil Sweet Oil, al
the OREGON CITY DRUG STORE,
EXICAN Mustang Liniment, G. W. Mer
chant Gargling Oil, at the
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
mitUSHES, right and left and doublo, aud Ab
I dominal mpiiorters, at the
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
3 JUKE While Lead, raw and burned Umber,
. Crome, Greeu and Yellow, and other paint,
at tha OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
Graefenberg Sarsaparilla, Uterine Catholicon.
" DysettUry yrup, coiuumplive
" Pile Ointment,
" Health Bittern,
bye Lotioa, ic, oxc.,
To be (baud at the agency of the Company, wt
OliEUOJN CITY DRUG STOKE.
Bye, Bar, and Orthopaedic Znfinnary.
fit HE design of this Institution 1 for tha treat
JL inent of the BLIND, th DEAF, and the
LAME, but especially such cases under a leap
immediate medical, surgical, and hygienic aur
vision than could be given al au iuilituUon of th
kind would, for the most part be incurable. -
T'hiaadvartisemen is designed more particularly
for the attention of medical aien, who ar tho beat
judge ef casts likely to prove obstinate, aud who
are respectfully invited to call at their eouvonienoe
and inspect the institution.
Patients, whether resident of th city ar not, la
boring under disease of the eye, or deformities
hitherto found unmanageable, are required in U
cose to reside al the Infirmary al least during the
critical period of trentment, or bo attempt to effect
a cure will b made j and those residing at a dis
tance who eome lo eansult tho roiirietor, and re
quire the mora important surgical operations, uf
whatever nature, are expected to remain at the In
stitution where they Will be properly cared fur, and
apokeo with in their own language, if it be French,
German, Spanish or English.
N. B. The former patrons of Dr. Cooper and
their friend laboring under disease, of whatever
Variety, aava that of contagious or Infectious charac
ter, (which, though willingly prescribed far, can
never be resident paliont) will be received and
treated with kindness and attention corresponding
to that bestowed at former institution.
For particulars refer to the Proprietor,
R. S. COOPER, M. D.,
14 Samorne street, apposite Rasetta House,
S2-t5 Ban Francisco,
TS hereby given that on Saturday, the 20th day of
Jl ueiooer, a. is. isoo, at v ociock, a. m., Hi
undersigned will attend at the office of th Auditor
of Clackamas county, and tliera, with the assist
ance of the said Auditor, will publicly examine the
assessment roll, and correct all error io valuation,
description at quality of land, Iota, or other prop
rty All psrsona interested ar requested to attend at
the time and pise appointed.
C.f . II rJ ATI IS,
aep 15, 22t3 Aamsor of Clack, eo.
ABERNKT11Y & CO. Tr to the publio,
at low prices, tlie following articles:
i Pickled salmon,
Oregon City, Sept 1 -y
fJ)ATER Hangings, a new.L.t, for sale by
. apiltf T. JOIINSO.?.
BOOKS-by tl a cord, at
F. S. $ A. KOLLAXD S.
Wholesale Yrleei Oarrent
nar uooos. i nains II urnicxia.
Sheeting, 4-4 II) ItHlpr.eloverN. Y.cost,
Drilliuit l-'i raonuci.
Uleachfd drilling I.I lieat, pr. ku,... .o.m
diiriinL', llalCOuia do 40a50
Slriind do H Poiator do ..new. ...50
Tick;.' Nal6 Onion do tl)
Deniris ISFW -t
Blue drilling 14 Com Meal, fresh b'
I'luid hnsey lfia'J4- ratlT.
Mnlimt 7Uatl(: " dried do ....18
Krntiii k v iean...2.'45- I'enche, dried do 10
Tweed 5570 do pealed
raiara. i " Chili, dried .20029
Dlu and while I31 raormoxs.
III,,. mtA armiirs 12 Pork, clear none.
Fancv .! I9; hkss 2a30
Furniture do 10al4 llama- - &
do. w de.l'-'l Uucon 5toJ0
M. do laiik I4u2ft ' rowoxa.
GiiiKliuin 1428 Hamrd, pr ea 915
Alwcit 25aW, pr k.g 010
Table d.mask......'Usi.V uiot.
" Cloths 05a$li Small site S2i3
Irish linen 40a$l Buck f3u3J
rlATIIINO. i LKA9.
Sheep gray paut ft?(a3 Bur 50
Satinet do. ,a)V,.t3 Whilo lead, lnoill4al5
Fancy cam. do. ...$lu5' oupauk.
Black esss. do. $Ju7 Manilla, mall 40
RedlWI shirt ft.el8. " large 25
llluo do. do. 9 1.l8llcmp 1015
Hickory shirt 5a csnutxi.
Calico do B'.inlJ Admantin .50
ioot 4i iiiok. perm 05
Men' kip boolsg.lHi cwas.
siier do. do....(t4 Havana f lOuRO
fin sewid Ii (ieriuun..- 9IUn2.'
Boys' kip boots 92Amiriran fl'lUa50
he'vy w'x du$ 1 roascco.
Meus'brK'sr. dot.. 1 7 Pride of Iho Union.40aJ5
" kip brg's pr dox.6-'0 Sim W3&
" calf sewed do...! I Luke's 37
Woineu'h'ry sli's.l3; luaowist.
- fine do. $IJMiuveis ;"
oaocxaiK. 'Spade !4al5
Coff.0 30a2Axea.... t)12a
Ta 65a?u Millsaw. aal
Sugur, no. 1 Chi'a... . 1 1 i X eut saw 7ol
" crushed 1 7 Table cutlery, 10 Jictet
Saleratu 12. Hi advance on N. Y. cost
starch 14 Pocket oullery, X4 prcl
Svrun E Boston.. .OUaiM. advauce.
do. S Isliiud
,.7.1 Other nrticie of hanl-
N O Mnliuset....
70; ware from 20 toSOpr
,.3u3, ct advance.
. S)n4 Nail,n'diu,prkg(l8
. 2'.'J " lioncshos... 2535
.OOttBO Uumed boil 2 23
..lllalITurintino pr gall
Sandwich 1. Sail
Now Sooka !
THE ubscriber has just received a large as
sortment of BOOKS, direct from New York,
among which are the following :
AIimiii Hist, or fcuropo
Lives of the Sinners,
Hub; Ion and Nineveh,
"D.ck and Port,"
'Ship and Shore,"
Km pt aud the Holy Land
Democracy in Ann-tics,
"Land and Ue,"
"Sea and Sailor,'
Three Years in Culifor.J
Cyo. of Literuture,
Bucliau' Fam. Phyi'n.J
Manual of Fiue Arts,
Lecture on Uie Arts,
Tr.ivcls hi Peru,
Anc I MonasU'rie!
variety of Poets.
5tlU copies of Handera' npener,
.MK) " ' Header,
S.'iO " McGunt'y's do.
2.10 " Webster Dictionaries,
Parley' Univ. History,
Goodrich' Piet U. 8.,
M. American Sieaker. :
A. rreab Supply of Stationery.
Day Books, Journals, ledgers, Record Uouk.
Moniorniiduin, of all nlaren, Dinr'v, tie', Note and
Letter Pauor, Envekiiea, Pens, cVc, etc. Erasf
Knives, Eriisive Rubber, tiunimed Label, Faber'
Pencils, INK, lu quart and pint bottle.
WHOLESALE A NO RETAIL.
Orrgon City, August Ifi, ISA.
U. a MAIL LINE.
Portland nntl AMorla.
Tire Splidid Steamer
WILL continue tn run nirularly between Port
land and Astoria, ria Vancouver, twici a
wkex, leaving Portland en Monday and Thursday
morning of each week for Astoria t and Astoria
for Portland on Tuesday and Friday morning,
touching Vancouvxr.St. llrLFNi, lUlkiak,CaTif
lsmkt, iKc, each way. r or rrciulil or paaiugo,
apply to it. iiuy r, master,
jel6 Or at Hoyt'i Wharf-bont, Poillund.
Tnat Keeehred per O. Serena, .-
1 Afi Bnton Syrup, 6 gala,
JL UU 75 boxes saleratus i 50 do. roup t S000
lbs. China No. I Sugar; 25 Imxca candles) 10 do.
imperial and young hymn teas t 1 0 case fine salt
lUdoi. J boon paint zOnrblila crushed ugr. ,
ei8 G. ABEU.NETHY & co.
THE subscriber, wisiiing lo cliwa up hie buailM
In Oregon t'ity, will dispose of hi stock' ot
goods, consialing of groceries, dry foo ls, and hard
ware, at Cost, or lea than cost pricos. ALL per
on indebted lo the late firm of Preston & O'Neill)
orto Jame O'Neill, must settle up immediately,
ang2S19t4. JAMES O'NEILL. ,
ORK in barret, at
F. S. dr. A. HOLLAND'S.
RIKD Apples, iu h'f and whole barrels, at
r. B. $ A. IIOLIlAIlil'.
1LOUR. fresh, kept constantly oil hand by
1 f.H.SL A. HOLLAND.
Wb Wanta a Oood Saddle?
THE subscriber, living five mile pnth-weat of
Lafayette, in YauiliiN county, ia now carrying
on tlie business of Saddle Making in good earnest.
He keeps constantly on hand the best saddle that
can be manufactured with the material at com
mand in Oregon. Those wishing a genuiue aaddl
warranted lo fit on both aides, aud rigged out in
complete style, chep for ch, or good trade would
do well tugiva m a call. My shop ia situated on
Baker Creek Ueur where th road crosses it lean
ing from Fortlsnd and Oregon City, "up country-'
bylh way of Sm.th's bridge on the Nnh Fork of
Yamhill. J. O. IlENDKRSiON.
INERS' TENTH for nle ciinr by
Wn. C. DE.V1E.M otco.
INF.IW SHOVELS- 50 ilo. jit receiv-
ym. C Uc..ll'.- t w eo.
SOX by the foul, at
F. S. f A. HOLLAND'S
J F. 6'. $ A. HOLLAND'S.
SALERATl'3. t sSacco, but llo eorff-sh.at
f.S. $ A. HOLLANDS.