LATE FROM EUROPE. PEACE TREATY SIGNED ! Dated from Europe are lo ilio 6ih of April. Trace was sio.ncS a? Paris on Si'ndav, The 30th of March. The event uai on- nounced in Pann nnd London by mUoi of irtillory. Taris was illuminated, and in England the church bolls were pealed. Tliree or f ur week mutt elapio ere rutifi cationi of the treaty can be exchanged Detail of adjustment are referred to a Commission. The great event of Peace hat swallowed up all minor subjects of Dewi. j The British Admiralty tinve lent two iteamera la search of the Pacific. The Allies have commenced the demolition of the inclosure around Sevastopol, Ihmnc Pasha ia increasing the army of Anatolia Gen. MouravicflT has received reinforce' tnonts by way of lite Caspian Sea and Tif- lis. The city of Parma and the surround ing country has been laid under a state of siege on account of the number of asasi nations. Mr. Buchanan was to lea.ee for New York on the 9th April, after fimt vis Ml)g Taria nnd the Ilajuo. Walter Savage Landor has addressed an appeul lo The London Timet in behalf of Louis Kossuth, who he declares to be in the utmost want. Kossuth has declared himself greatly mor. lifted at its publication. There is no ex citement whatever in England with regard to tbe difficulties with this country. A ro view of 100,000 men is to bo held at Paris n the signing of the Treaty. It is ru mored that the Emperors of Russia and Austria have respectively promised to visit Tans soon after the conclusion of pence. Napoleon is going lo send an expedition lo Colon io Madagascar. Very bad feeling is exhibited by Russia and Prussia towards Austria. The Queen of Spain has per formed tho annunl ceremony of washing the feet of the poor. So ulsu has the Em peror of Austria. The Paris correspondent of the London Post writes: "If we make up accounts, perhaps ihe contract in in favor of Russia, to whom more has been given up ihun she lias re nounced. Such a result ia naturally the case, because it was rcverthe intention of England and Franco to punish 'Muscovite aggression with conquest involving loss of territory, or permanent occupation. ' Accounts irom uronstact assert that a squadron was ordered to be got ready for the middle of May, but for what purpose was not publicity known. It was rumored that Us object was to convey the Emperor of Russia and one of his brothers on a visit to France and England. " This report was strengthened by the fact that orders had been given to engage plluis well acquainted with the coasts of both those countries. A Brussels journal says that tho coro nation of the Czar will take place about the Slst of August, and wiih great pomp. Advices from the Crimen state that tho xvca'her had become so intensely cold that the troops found it absolutely necessary to. shut themselves up in I heir tents mid huts. It may be confidently expected thai the j-ear 1837 will be far advanced before the last man and lliel.tst cargo of shells can pass tho Dardanelles on their way homeward. Nor is any haste necessary in cunpleiing the evacuation. Tho allies have accumu lated largo stores, and assembled a great ar my for the defunse of Turkey, and I litre is no reason that they should incur iho ex pense of new transports and a greater em ployment of labor, in order lo hurry back vith such speed as may gratify the desire of those whom ihey savod to be quickly rjrl of them. Tho presence of the Western forces ' in tho Cast is only a question of months. The details connected With the Danubian Principalities and the liberties of Ihe Chris tian subjects of the Porto, are the points to bo arranged in the renewed Conveners. The Porto objects to any occupation of Turkey by the allied forces, and it is possi ble that the point will bo waived, if the Powers are satisfied as to tho safety nnd privileges of the Christians. If. the return , home of the allied armies is performed leis urely, the feeling in official quarters is that a sufficient force will remain for many teMtu t ke?,n fanaticism in check. It grows confirmed ifct the situation of Italy svill form a subject of delioi'R'ion SeMre the Conference dissolves. The Emperof of Russia, in an imperial manifesto, proclaims peace, "the object of the war having been gained by the security acquired for the privileges of Christians In the East." To avoid future collision, It is added, a fresh frontier line for Bessa rabia has been conceded. Advices from Berlin, of March 31, says : Our Berlin papers begin to talk openly of the marriage of Prince Frederick William with the Princess Royal of England. fne Trince will visit England at ilia conclusion trf the spring revfews, and will return, it is hoped, an Accepted suitor. Accounts hare, at Trieste, March 30, licen received of the death of Sir Charles Hotham, Governor of Victoria. . Trieste advices, same date, say: Many of the Japanese nobles perished in the late earthquake at Jeddo. The Emperor was a red. The plenipotentiaries, in tigning the treaty of peace, made use of a silver-gilt Inkstand specially ordered for the occasion. Tho inkfctnnd is decorated in tbe s'yle of 1'ie first empire, and cost not less than ll.OOOf. fjf G-ant graciously whet yoi eaaoel irfaee VXjr, es4 eruslat thte r?a raaa?t ea J1-- 1 V. 8. Malt. We ire tho Washington Union advr. Uses tho following mail route, to be open ad, if bids are accepted, by July, 6th, W0 7 ha contracts are to terminal June 30, 1838 : OREGON TERRITORY. 13733 Fmm Hierr' Point, by brand Prairie, In tngenc Lily, 34 milts sad back, oik wek. Leave Burr's Point every Friday at 7 s m Arrive st kugen City wine day ly 4 p m; Iave Kuc-ria C'ily every eisturday at 7a m Arrive at Starr's i'uinl nine dy 4 n m 19736 From Fort Orford, by Randolph and Coos Bay, to UardinsrOty, 85 ni Its snd beck ouce a week. Leave Port Orford every Monday at 7 a m Arrive et Gard.ner City neit Wednesday oy j p m Leave Gardiner City every Thursday at 7 am; Arrive at Tort Orford next Seturdiy by 3 p m. 13737 From cVotuburo; to WinchesUr, 54 miles lid Dues, ouce a Week. Leave Scotlsburg tycry WedueeJay at 7 Arrive St Winchester next dav biSnmi Leave Winchester every Monday st 7 s m nmve ai ccoitburg next day by 3 pm. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 13741 From Pec fio City lo Chauook, 13 miles and beck, once a week. Leave Pacific City every Wednesday at 1 P mi Arrive at Chenook tame day by 5 p m; Leore Chenook every Monday at 7 m; Arrive at PscitieCity same day by II am, Hide lo run by a dill'ercul schedule will be considered. 13742 From Vaueovcr lo Sieilacoom City, and back, once a week. BiJdcrs lo elate di.lanc end schedule of arrival and departure. Miss Feltetl oi Mcarugua. Mis Pellc.it, a lady who from travel in and acquaintance with the leaders of the present regenerating movements in Nica ragua, is wi II qualified for the labor, de livered an ad lress at Lyceum Hall, last eve ning, concerning that country, which was very respcclubly attended. After giving a rapid but succinct sketch of the lii.-tory of that country since 1823, staling that hardly any two years had pas sed without a revolution, the lady described Gen. Walker movrmen's somewhat in detail : agreeing fully with our published account, and allowing that instead of an invasion, tho whole affair was but those- c ptance of an offer from the more woalthy and intelligent class of people, residents there. The advance of the army j its re ception at various points ; the character of the people, and their friendly feelings to wards the existing order of things, were clearly limned. Alpiding to the political state of aflairs, tbe lady observed that Gen Walker's government had been acknow edg. d by the Catholio clergy and was a fixed fact. The country is quirt and old feuds have been healed. As fifty-six men initialed tho movement in tha't country, it is prolmUe ihe thousands now there and tend ing thither, will he able lo mnintain it. Presidi'iit Pierce's message had no unfavor able effect nor will have. Tho chief object of popular interest is tli arrival of steamships which usually bring reinforcements of strong, stalwart men, suitod ton country's regeneration. Allutl- ng lo the complications with other Central American States, and Costa Ilica especial ly, they wore not considered at all danger ous. Walker needs American Assistance to develop the country, but its government is established. Somo speculations as to what the land will bo when its Jack sons and Clays mount t lie s'agc, and a greater civili zation is attained, closed ihe very agree able and instructive discnurse, which was warmly applauded. New Orleans Cres cent. Kews From Fort Pierre. MOVEMENTS OF COL. VAUGHN AN U GEN. HAR NEY THB INDIAN TRADERS. Correspondence (Feb. 36, of Tbe Nebrnskian. Chinking that a few notes from Camp Desolation would not be unacceptable lo le benighted denizens of the lower regions, I take advantage of the outgoing mail to commnnicate them, although I have noi much of news to write. In fact, we are too far away from nowhere (close by where it tie empties into nothing, you know,) to get any news. We did get the President's Message by last mail, and also the Nelrat- ian, for which we aro duly thankful. Col. Vaughn, Indian Agent, arrived here on the 3d inst., from Ft. Clark. lie eft there about the 28th Dec., ' and came down in the coldest time, thermometer 36 deg. below zero. Me said he left at that inie because he was afraid to remain long er, and says that he is prepared to hear of the Fort being burnt up at any time. This does Co' look like peace very much.- In fact, some more of .hose devils must be whipped. Meanwhile, nbont ten of the sev eral bands who have got a "big scare" on them, are now waitirg for the grand Coun cil of Peace or War, H come off on the 1st of March proximo. The Platte, Brule, Winneconges and Ogelales, and one other fragment, the ones who so groaly insulted the agent, Vaughn, last Summer and Fall are not here, nor will they be present. Of course, therefore, they will be fit sub jects for ano;her Summer's operations. Gen. Harney returned here from L'eau qui Court on the 15th inst., having been absent sixty days. He walked all the way down and back went down on snow two feet deep, and back on ice total distance about 490 miles ! This, in the dead of Winter, with mercury 34 deg. below zero, is no trifle. It is said that Gen. Harney found the squadron down at L'eau qui Court in such a ''used-up" state that it eoufJ not go on down to Sioux river this Winter, as was contemplate;!, bat '.t will go on ice breaking on. The Indian traders have ootdonoa rery heavy business this year ro far in fact, f f! or z'&h, tni CcJ kco it i ti r. they should cesae to exist. Millions on millions of dollars have been made by traders amongst these Indians, which is the causoof all their present troubles, poverty and crime. For two pints of common sugar lby purchase a bulfi.lo robe! and other skins and p. Itrles at like rates, either in sugar, coffee, tobacco, powder and ball, ic. thus holding out inducements lo ihe Indians 10 kill hundreds of thoutondt of buffaloes every year, merely for iho robes, casting away the meat, Or else selling it, too, to these same traders for a trifle, who cure It, and sell it back to the Indians at ono thou sand per cent, advance. In this way ihe buffalo which would have lasted for centu ries are fast becoming ex'.inct, and, ergo, the Indians must tlttrve. Sulh are some of the evils of permitting traders to carry on traffic amongst Indians, Other evils exist full as great, and worse in a political apecl, by filling up tho Iron tiers with a band of half breed, Canadian French, renegade "Native Amcricaus," al together making a kind of Salmngun boa tile to peace, virtue, industry, or even any' thing honest or praise wort liyJn the pursuits of life. And from such the poor Indian gets his instructions, his schooling nnd ad vice. Strang develmx-meets may yei tic mailo in tlii respect in this region of the frontier. The second trial of Baker for the murder of Wm. Poolo commenced in New York city on the 14th of April. ty If you would be pungent, be brief, for It la Willi worde as Willi sunbeams tbe more Uiey are oondenaetl the deeper Ihey burn. To too Votori or Clackamas County. As I have been preventcf, by other en gagemenls, from visiting the different pro cincts, miico my nomination as a Whiff can, didato for the Legislature, I must address you in this manner. My political belief and qualifications nrr, i presume, wen Known in you. 1 am heartily opposed to ihe party in iiowpr in i . . ii i . Oregon, because I believe its leaders aro selfish and unprincipled, and its measures are a disgrace and a curse lo any free pco. pie. Even a war for the protection of our h resides and families is denounced, if any one ia allowed 10 shoulder a rifle, who will not mil down and worship the image set up by this faction. No man of their own faith can hold office unless he obeys litem, but if lie dares to be independent in doing his du ty, lie is declared to bo no better than Win;, ana must ho removed. The Legislature was alibol on freedom ; in ance oi law it made otlices tor its mergers, nod gloried in putting knaves or fools in placea that had been filled with faithful, honest, and capable men, becauso the last would not be its tools. Ihe members from your own county suited ihe ruling spirits, one of whom said, "They were just the mon for us J they never said a word, but always voted as we told them. All such democracy I am against, and if elected I shall do my utmost in behalf of the pros. perily of the Territory nnd our county; no adcr of the Taction shall boast that Clack amas w ill sustain them in whatever they do. Tho question of a prohibitory liquor aw I proposo lo Irnvo to the people, be causo until public sentiment approves tho principle, tho passage of a law that eannot be enforced is worse than useless. Of my opponents, I only remark that heir greatest misfortune ia ihnt they bear tho indorsement of ofiice-holders in this citv, whose praise "ought to bo a reproach, and whoso influence without office would bo as ridiculous as their self-conceit. Fcllow-citizcns, if you trust me as your representative, you may bo assured of my faithful and earnest efforts in your behalf ; all the ability. I have shall be exerted for the advancement of Oregon interests, with out regard to party, nnd least of all for any party that does not "carry tho fla and koep step to Iho music of the Union." 11 you make, a dillerent choice I shall bo content, thou;h I cannot but believe that you will before ninny years bo satisfied with Iho tyranny nnd abuse of those who claim to be your masters. AM UK I IlUliHKUUh.. Oregon Citv, May 28tb, 1850. 4 Seat of ' Territorial Printer in ditguiu. Government. Fur Scat of Government, &jg:STEAMER IIOOSIER. O Subject to the decision of tho People. 51(f For Seat of Government, sC2A.mai:sBTim.xjT. O" Subject to a vote of the People. 50lf Convention. Tmsitort or Oregon, ) Secretary's Office. Salem, M.iy 8, 185C t ABSTRACT of totes fur and agniust cnuvea t on lo form conrtiluiion fur Stale government) east at a special election held according to law in said Territory on the 7th day of April, 1856: For Contention. Againtl Cone. Benton county, 288 273 lamhill Wasco Jackaoa Clackamas Columb i Clatsop LinO Polk Waahington Marion M "'.tnomab Ccos 162 9 216 204 18- 42 705 3IJ9 109 iw 34 495 96 254 399 76 21 3G8 66 52 356 235 JUS 492 165 16 333 114 191 301 170 Lane L'mpqua Douffl.ia Southern Brigade Vola., S34 Northern P.egiroent 854 Total for eoarention, 4186 Total agaioet couveation, 4235 4186 Majority sgsinat convention, 43 1 hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct abstract of the vote cat al aaid elec tion and re'uraed t this office aa required by law, and that the majority again onvenfmn is forty nine. No returns have bees) received at this office f. om the eounuee of Carry, Jjephie, r Tilla mook, nor from company nf volunteers lately com manded by Cape A.J. I lembree, deeeaasd, or the detachment of volunteers at fori Lelaod. B. T- HARDJN'G, ' 7 It Sserrtary e Orogla. mi New rtrm and STow Goods. rpilE underrtrned would rtiectfully aay to their X friends and the public fiierally thai they are oneninf a GROCERY A PROVISION STORK. One and all art invited to I've lhm a eall before buy iif elaewhere. J hey w ill ever be ready to 'how their rum, and they Hatter Ihnn eelvee that they can suit the public-, both as to qual ity and price. UItSTOW it CO. t'oufiiiah, May 31,1916. 7 How Arrangement. rplIE next term of our school will eomnifnce X July 1, lsti. The Primary Department, limited to It, will be under Ihe clisrse of J. ANIJKKW I'Ub I . The Preparatory Department, limiltd to 35 18 day pupils and 7 boardc-re will be under Ihe ears uf the sulwciiber, who w ill liavu Ihe mipr viaion of bolli departments. Dy then arrange- nienls we h to clll r superior advantages to our patrons. N. U. None Invited to attend but such as will cheerfully comply with tho rules of the acliool Neilher do we wnnl any one who will be rough in hia p'aye with his compauioua, or iwe any im proper laiifcuue. J. D. PUT. . Ori-goa City, May 24, 1836. 6 Tor Ealo. I WlI.L blOl.L my situation on the I I blurt" at Oregon City at a very low rj. I have a g"d dwelling Iioum. elable, and out buildiuga, with about 100 choirs fruit trees of Ihe best varirtiee, ill an enclotur of eicht lota, all uf which will be suld low, ae 1 have purchased prop erty in another pirt of Iho city. May 24, lMfi-Sif W. W. DUCK. Main Street XXoubo. I IlAV U Uiucd the MAIN b'l'KEET HOUSE, and am now prep.ired to so- ouiiiniudule Ihe traveling public, livery attention will be paid lo Ihe comloit uf wan aud beaut. Charge reaaoiiable. I shall always be luuixl on hand by tnoae wun choose lo patronize me. J..M liACON. Oregon City, .May 3, IPSO. . 311 Wm. O. Dement fe Co., At their old itanJ, oppoeilt the Land OJJice, ARE now receiving per bark "Ork'' and brig "Halcyon," the following gooda : 150 boxe uperni and adamantine candles, 50 kegs dried app'ee and peaches, 100 bblaund hif bbls crushed sugar, 50 cae p'eklea, 30 " freah peaches, SO " pie fruits, 10 InniG.A. salt. CROCKERY $ GLASS-WARE i 500 coi cupi and suueen, 300 " plalee, 300 " tumblers, 20 " water pitchers, Suir ir bow l, tea-pots, 4.C., &o. OILS f PAINTS i 200 kegs pure lead, 200 gala liuaced oil, 100 giil turpentine, 50 gale varniah, 300 gall lump oil, 100 rule lard " DRY GOODS i 6000 yds brown sheeting, 6000 " prints, lileached cottons, bed tieking, uc, &C, all of which will be sold as low aa Ihey can be pur chased of any other house in OregonCity. niayl7 Educational. A CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL XX. for boys will be opened at OSWtUO, Cluck- amaa cunntv. u- - "n w- u.ii, ivm him. The Institution will be under the direction and charged Mr. Bernard.Cosnrlics, A. O., a ripe echolur and experienced teacher, in whose family bovs coming from abroad will mid a emluble home. Those deeirmg information as to terms, oxc, will p!eane address .Mr. Cornelius, at Onrego. Kefer nice may be made to Rev. Dr. Mct'nrty, Fort Vancouver, W.T., Itev. s. M. raokler, Hultevilie, (ieu. B. Hamilton, Portland, Dr. A. II. Steele Orrgou City, or to the undersigned at Portland. rtiu.H. r.BiAiri, vmior. May 10,1856. ' 4-3w In Equity. John McLoughlin, complainant, vs. Francis W.rttygrove & Alfred Pcltvgrove. Clackamat Couuty District Court, Oregon Ter ritory, IN tlita cause it appearing by an nliiJfivit of complainant filed with hia bill that both of the defendant are non-resident of the Territory, it was ordered by the Court that the Clerk make an order, and have the same published, directed to said defeuduiiui ; this is therefore directed to the said Francis W. Pettygmve and Alfred Petty- crave, and they are hereby notified that this suit was commenced against theio on the 6lh day of September, 1oj5 ; that the object of the bill is to quiet the title to lot No. 6 in block No. 28 in Or egon City in favor of the complainant, and for a decree that a certain bond, touching Ihe same made by the complainant to Alfred Petlygrove on the 13th dnv of September, 1843, be canceled. The said defendant are required to appear at said Court, lo be holden at Oregon City, in aaid coun ty, on the first Monday of September next, and an awer the bill, or that the sumo will be taken as coufessed. In witness whereof, I hare hereunto sub t, . scribed my hand and affixed my official seal, this 15th day of May. a. n. ISoG. F. S. HOLLAND, Clerk. May 17, 1850. 5-5w To Merchants and Shippers. THE OREGON MILLING & TRANS PORTATION CO. have adopted the follow ing tariff of charges, which will be adhered to till further notice : Transportation of merchandise or produce from boat to boat at works, per ton, SI 00 Storage of same less than live days, no charge. " " over a at less man i J aays, " " 15 At " " 30 " 50 Each additional half month or leas will be charged, per ton, 25 R. TENTLAND, Ag't. Linn City, May 10, 1856. Lumber, Lumber. THE Oregon Milling and Transportation Co. have established a LUMBER YARD on the river bank in rear of the store of Allan, McK.uloy & Co. Lumber in larire or small quantities, including dremed siding and flooring, cau always be had by application al Ihe store of r.9.Ka. uubua.iv, OregonCity, May 10, 1856. - Logs, Logs. C1ASII will be paid on delivery for fir and cedar ; LOGS at works of Oregon Milling Si Trans. portalion Co. R. PfcNTLAJS D, Ag'l. Linn uity, Alay 10, 1 Bob. Administrator's Wotioo. II AV ti taken out letter of administration on the estate of James M. Wair, deceaeed, lata of Clackamas county. All persons tndtb'ed to said estate are required to make immediate pay ment. All claim nSaimt said estate must be pre. aented to me at my residence in Clackamas coun ty with.u one year from date or tin notice, ftllLlt' FOSTER, Oregon City, May 7, 1 85.C 4-4w Taken Up, BY the subscriber, residing about twelve miles east of Eugene City, Lane county, O. T., a COW, about five year old, color deep red, long, clear, iharp horn, with a white treak along the belly ; ne mark or brand. id cow came and took op with my cattle about the first of June, 1854, having With her a sucking calf. Alao, a STEER, abont two yeara old. (ibe calf that came with the cow above described.) of a light cream color. NELSON DAVIS. I ia hereby certify that I have thie day a p. pr aied the above deacriVd anirrn', and valued the cow at thirty-five dollars, and the steer al tweuty-five dollars. 8. D. Gao, J. P. May 10, 1856. 4-3 Sacks! Sacks! THE undersigned baa constantly on hand at hi sick ir.auufactory in Oregon City, SACKS of silqnaliliesaodsrscs, which will beeuld as low aa they can be booght io th Territory. Orders fnrn a disUacs protnstl v attended to. Wat WTtlTLdOK. Oregon Territory, j Yamhill county, ) ' TO UKXItV hOVCEs In the name af the foiled ritstes of America, you are hereby commanded t" be anl appear before the Diitriot Court of the I'nitedStulraln and for III county sad Territory aforeiaid on the Ural day of the next regular lerui thereof, to anawer the co.npluinl of lluraee L. Hariiaon, Boughloa Evorett, and .Mat thew Everett, or that judgment by default will be taken again! you by said plaintiff' for the fum of three thouwiud dolli, wiih lawful Interest thereon from Ihe titeniy-aiiili day of Mepkmlxr, oi.e lliou.aed eiulit hund.rd end fifiy-threo. and cotla nf suit. If you fu I lo appear end snawer Ihe aaid cumpUiint. lines, ueorge II. Biewsru, i ier. ana the seal uf aaid Court, at fofayette, ill said . county, smeJ this 3l.tdny of April, A D. 1856. CEORfiEII. STEWAHD, Clerh. S. E'Uworth, Pllfi Attorney, Eugene Cilv.O.T. April 36, 1856. 2-3nl T v O 70 I ST RECEIVED, bbls and hlf bWi N O xigar, .111 cruahed " 4000 Ihe No I China - 10 hlf bbls Carotins rioe, 15 " " dried apples, 15 kegs " 10 hlf bbls " pesehes, 10000 Ihs Liverpool nail, 10 ene table "alt, fiO bhla Santo Crni lime, 5000 lb muiiilla repe, a'd itcs, 100 keg uaiU, " " 5000 qr llour euekf, 6 bales drillina, ' 1 2 cae uaa'd pie fruit, 13 " iekle, 20 bundles window nuh, sia'd sixes, 3t paunel doors, " ' 2 dot P"l grain MOops, 100 sek Riocollee, 10 mat black pepper, 10 bales oakum, 100 aiugle and double block, Re'd slice, 6 grins P & M yenat puwden, 10 d sine wash buani, 500 gal 8. 1.symp, 4000 lb while lend, pure, 600 " id " . " 40 gal cnt al varnish, 15 dot p lint bruhe,a'd l ies, 15 " 3 hooped buekew, 200 g.iln boiled linxced oil, 100 " raw " Together with a trood aworlment i.f IIARD- WA RE and CARPENTERS' TOOLS. All of which we propose wiling at price to suit the limee. Call and see lor younwlve. W. U. DIS.Mt.N 1 at Lt i . Main at oppiite til Laud Office. Oregon City, April 19, I8."6. Channan & Warner. MR. EDITOR Vou will, pleaen tell all our fellow-cilizeui of Oreaon that we are lil doing bunineas under the old fi:m, and under the old adage that a nimble eixpence I better than a low shilling. We want to ell good, and will do o a cheap ae any other house in Oregon City. V e hare enlarged our bunnem male nanv. ann now have on hand, as umid, all kind of GRO CERIES, such a will sjuit city and country trude, which we hope all who have fuvoicd us with their liberal patronage know full well. Call atra'n we will do our b hi. CHARM AN ii WARNER. April 19,1856. GLASS, Quceinware, and Crockery, st ap!9 CHARMAN e WARNER S. TTTE V V SHOES, nlvo I.adie' Gaiters and Bu.kins, ill.f.ict all kinds of lailiei' shoes. np!9 CllARXIAN $ WARNER. REGON HAMS and SHOULDERS for sale a)9 CHARMAN nARNEK. Ill our Bakery TTTE keep a full aottment of DREAD, PIES, VV CAKES, and CANDY, at wholesale nnd retail. apliJ CHARMAN $ H AKXEK. sVi'ddiiin; Cnkcs "ITADE lo order, partlos furtiishcd with Idas JJJ. on sliottojt notice, io., by ap 1 9 CHARM.INf WA RNER. KELLY'S Pritfato Eoardine IXonsc. OptwailB Holme &. Co. I-ire-pruuf build- illg, UKLUUil Islll, I. I. JT Charge reasonable. Nov. 3-Gm. Iagii'rr!ot j'prv-Lok Here I JOE BUCI1TEL is again on hand at hi rooms over M ilwaiu's store, and warrants a good pia lure to evorv olio who will favor him with a call. Come on and try him. Gel a correct likeness of yourself aud give it to your wile, your hti.uan I, children, brother) sister, of lover. Ti e time will come when they will prize it more highly than any gift you could bestow upon them. Pictures luken in all weather, ami nil the various tylcs of canes. Satisfaction warranted. Entrance to rooms on Third Street. JOSF.rH BUCIITEL. Oregon City, April 5, 1856. ly Splendid Jewelry. G. COLLIER ROBIHXS ha nowonhand the fiiieil assortment of JEWELRY ever brought to Oreiroa. The awortmeiit conists in part of the following articles t Diamond broaches, Diamond rings, Gold railway lime-keepers, Ladies' watches, in enameled can) Ladies chatelaners, Mosaio ear-ring'", Gold thimblm, gold and silver pen) . Card eases, mantel ornaments, (lard baskets, pearl casket., Gold guard, vest, and fob chains, Sleeve button, shirt stud, Ladiea brooches, and a variety of other goods too numerous lo men tion. Call nnd see Ihs most hiognihcent duplay of Jewelry ever Seen in Oregon. ' a ml .i.i Rn PORUIVS. March 22. Front street, Portland. Fornituro. rplIE subscriber ha jut receiv.. JL ed a large supply oi ruiuii- TURE of all description, conainl- ing in part as follow Sofas, mahogany snd blsck walnut; Chamber eeta; Bureaus, Willi or w.tliout marble lops) Office desks; Rocking chairs, itufU-d in hair, carpet, and With cane and wood seals; Dining chairs, cane and wood seat; Office chairs, do do do Children's do, high dining snd rocking) Bedsteads, various kinds; Tables, cen er, card, snd dining; Writing desk; Sideboards; Parlor chairs; Settees; Reading, toilet, and work table; . Looking-glamen; Mattrem, hair, moss, snd wool) Window shade; Feather; Paper hanzinc. of evorv style; Oilcloth; Chinees malting; fluid lamps, snd burn ing find; with s variety of other srticles too numeroua to mention. Persons wlehnig lo pnrchaie will please call and examine for themselves. All km'! of country produce taken In exchange for rood. TUOd. JOHNSi N. March 23, 1836. 49lf DR. Og'o4'e lodiaCholagognendDr.Jonee' Ameii'-an Cho'sgogw, at the OREGON CITY DKUO STORE. Tor Sale. A GOOD IHil.ht, AND LOT lo lit '', Oregon Citv. There ia a gnl epr mg and a goal stable on tbs pismier. For farther partio- niars snqu re ot . f . a. llUi.L,A.tLr. April 129. 8-3w DO too rii Hsy Forks, Spade aod 6hoTl' r?V! st CHA&XAN f VAUXER S. OilKGON CITV Wltoloiale Tricea Current CORRKCTKD WKr.RI.V. par ooo n. cii'ui 4 xcrnrin Sheeting, 4-4 !CJ I00pr.et.orer N. Y.cut. Drilling riioDirs. Uleaoh.d dr lliii4 13 Wheat, pr. ba $1,25 shirting, Haiti Oat do 1 do l'.'J Potato do 75 Ma 1 0 1 ) (,., do 814 Ktrined Tickin".. I renin 15 Flour Blue dilllmg Ml 'mi Meal. fiei Fluid lliisey I6a'.'4 fkl'ir. Satinet Tllalll); ' diied do ....15 Kentucky jean...!."a4.'i I'esche, diied d Dl Tweeds fi57H; " do -alil...... I'Bist. Chili, dreil.S'iW5 Hill" and while I1?1 movino.o. Illue an.l oran.-e t'J Polk, clear nore. Jiiliey Sals; " nuiei Vaat Furniture do lOaM llam 10 do. wiile.l-.' Ilueun 1'J M. do Iuin.. l lu'J.'., Miwuna. Ginghams 15am Hazard, pr es 15 Alpaca t'iuCli; pr keg 1U Table d.iniaol, lOnlti shot. " cloths lilaijl J Pmell ties S?f1 IrUli linen 40u.SI.Buek 3a3 CI.OTIII.'O. ! Kt'l. Sheep gruy pant Jn.i n.ir 20 Satinet do. .(j.'jj.'l' Whilu leal, iiiu.l...h' Fancy esxs. do. ...8 In-'ii Couo. Bluek ca ilo. .'u7iManiIla, ainall 37 J RedlWl sliiill 8I U18; " largo US Blue d.i. do. telljnlK'Heiiip 1015 Hickory shirt !' uaihi.i:i. Calico di fj'.iuk'iAdinanliiie , 45 soots & suors. i.-'porm Hi Men's kip bo.)ik$jt i2 ciu4ss. " sujier do. id $4'l'avara fH1aH9 " fine sewed i.J li-rinuii , .tfUluVj Boy' kip hoots .y.'jAmericeii ;j'J5U he'iy w'x dojll 1 10, TOero. Mens' hn;' pr. dos..y li;Piideof the Uiiion.40a4J KiplirgV pr ilii..-.,0Sun JUa.'tS " calfwwed do.. jtv'T Luke's 37 Women' h'vy h'.AI3; iusuwass. " fined. liVSlinreU $SaI1 oaocFBlis. ;Sp.ideS AI4olfl CofTee Ho'. C Axes $1' Tea C5a"ii;Mill-a 'Ji'tuiH Sugar, no. I Chi'a....ll ) X cut saws 75al,i!J' ciu.lieJ to; i awe cuuery, tv erei Salerattis ItlsluJ advance) ou N. I.coet Slureh I I'Puckel cutler', 85 prot Syrup E B'wtnn (fV, advance do. 8 Maud. an oilier nrneies or nam- N O Mult'.sses 701 ware (r nil 30 to 30 pr Liv. Suit Hn.' 4 ct advnnc. Tuble Salt ."1 iOali,iia'diic,prk:S9 Sandwich 1. Salt.. Koi'lj " Iiorelioe...U5a3i 1'epper oi La. Allkpiee 4:i.nmp fJaM Cinnaiiiou UOnSlI Linseed boil Soap 10al llTurpeutiiie prgall 9'l$k 17. S. MAIL LUTE. I' o r 1 1 n ii l and Ail or in The SplcnJi.1 Steamer ' c"Tl ZVIultnomah frTS&sL TTTILI. continue lo run regularly between Port. V land and Astoria, ttVi Vancouver, T'irs wr.r.K, leaving Porlluud on MouJay and Thundnf mornings of each week fur Astoria ; and Astoria for Portland on Tuesday and Friday mornings, touching VAScoive.t.bT. Helkn, RiMrs,CTH. Lamst, &C, eaeh wav. For freight or passago, ' apply to l'.."HOYT, Master, . jelG Oral Iloyt's Wharf-bnit, Portland. CICittiN' I.lno of M'niiiirs. svl, t, PORTLAND, Capt. MesaAV, iSScaLa ENTERPRISE, Copt. Jamiesok, Will run hi connection, the Portland leaving; PORTLAND daily (Sundays excepted) for Ore. goii Ciy at IO o'clock, A. M., the Enterprise ma king temi-weekly trip to COliVALMS, leaving CAN KM All on .Mondays at C o'clock l.at., and Thursdays at 3 r M. jy All freight lor tho above line will be receipt, eil for at U. yt s Wlmrf Buut, Portland. ALEXANDER S. MCRRAT, ARCIllUALU JAMIEtiON. , Feb.lC,lB5!i. 4llf Vamnill Trade xIPS COCHRAN, CASSADY.& Co., JtSlih'Su? under tho name and siyl of tho Yamhill Company, are now building a steamer of about 30 ton burthen nt Canomah, expressly for . Ihe Yamhill Irado. She will be ready to mn eoms time in June. COCHRAN, CASSADY CO. Oregon City, April 5. bl'f 7 Drugs, Medicines, Taints, Oils, -t and Dye-staffs, at tho OREGON CllY DRUGSTORE, aepl5 Main .Street, Oregon Cily.O.T. wi:ti:iu uoti'.i-, Morrison st., between I' root nnd lint sts.. PORTLAND, O. 7 , Chargea reasnnuble, o. D. o Ml I ll, Murch I j, 1S56-'I8 Proprietor. W. T. Sums, WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKER, 0 It K a O N CITV, O. T. P" Strict attention paid to repairing, and snlia. faction to patrons warranted. feb9-43 lYIorris Tiomas BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER, Main t., nrarly oppntitt Uulmtt ij- Co.'s. Tr.nMs or siiavino, itR. Shaving twice a week, one shampoo, ha trimmed once, perm mill, (9 OA " once a week, one shampoo, hair trimmed ouce, per mouth, 1 33 Hair trimmed, 25 lluir eul and dressed, 5" Klmvinir. nnd hair dressed, 5 Shampooing, Oregon City, April S, lB59-.it 50 Time. Wf. II IG II FIELD. WATCH-MAKER. Persons desiruu of gelling good woik done wul do well lo give mn u call, aa my whole lime is do Voted to the repairing of Chronometer, Iiever, Duplex, and llnrixoiilnl wnlcl.es. An nMortment of Jewelry on hand. Jewelry nin.lo to order, and repaired. Puce to suit tho. lime. I am thankful for nasi favor, snd hopo to give satisfaction in future. IT Located at Ihe old s'nnd. opposite the Tel egrapli Office, OREGON CITY. Feb. 2. To air whom it may concern. TAKE NO TICE, that I chum Tor myself snd wife, and shall insist upon holding, all of ths following described land, as our lend claim taken and held by me under and ill compliance wiih thn net of Congress eniillcU "An Act to create tne ot. fine of Surveyor General cf Oregon," eVenpprov. ed Sept. S7lh, WM, and tho biboii Inieni thereto, pretention of Wm. R. B. Cotton to the contra ry ikilwiihatanrlin?, to will Commencing at a take on tho WiPnmctle river I J cliaina ana link wiuth and 127 chain and 50 link west of IIm sotuh-eait Corner of seclien 35 in township one. uilh of ranifc one nasi, thence running al It chain, thence nor.h 66 chain and 60 ln.k, 'h'nea west 80 elinin, thence eoulh 54 chain and 10 links, thence west 80 chain to aid Willamette) river, and thmee up said river with it meander, ing to the n'acc of b ginninp, ' JOSEPH KHLLOGC. March 212, 1656. To all whom it may concern, TAKE NOTICE, that I claim, and shall InsibS up-m holdlu?, all of the f..i"WHig described land, a my land oloim taken and held by me un der kxd ia ronipliaix e with ihesMof Coagtewen tillej " A a Act lo create the office of Surveyor Gen. oral of Oregon," do., io.,- approved Sept. 27ih, 1H50, ami Ihe amendments thereto, ail petenioua of Wm. R. U- Ottos to tlie contrary notwilhdand ing, tow.l: C oiomsncing at a atnk lfi chaiaa aouth of the south-east corner of sxetion 31 lis tnwtuhip ono smith of range two east, thence ran n ng sooth wiih seelkin line 4 ehaiM, I bene west 113 ehiina, thence north 31 'ha as awl 71 link, Ihenee east 01 chains and 50 links, thene aorth 6 chains aad 95 links, and thence essl il chain 50 link to the h sinning corner. tl.lriiU KLLIXV; Tfaf-S H, !iX 43 '