Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About The Oregon Argus. (Oregon City [Or.]) 1855-1863 | View This Issue
Bum and Daie. It U Murcoly
Weremarks a writer In tlio Bdliiburg Re
viewfur any on to atudy lite mp c-f the
world, Willi reference to tbo commercial
communications, between remote nationi,
without bsinj r ized with the desire to cut
tbreugh the I wo nerrow iitlimuwe of Da
'lien end 8uez, which seems, to ofltir iucIi
'feeble berriere to the most important lio' i
i , JJut In ill probability, llioee ifeniingiy
'feeble, but rally .mot furtnidubio barriers,
.will never bo broken down ; or not till a re
mote period of liinr. The Utlimue of Da
riea,oilly forty inilcacro in he narroweit
pert, to lilyb ftbove the level of ih ocean,
that it would be an operation of imnnmee
'difficulty tu anpply the tipper leveli of the
'canal with water. Tocut a canul iliiouli
"the rocky ridges, iliat might almost be call
ti mountainous, w tliaLa sli'U could Hunt
from ocean to ocean without tlieaidoflockt
Is Impossible. The best e noine.ere of the
aje have reported against the canal alto
gether. The Baft canal eclieme promises no
.better. The review quoted above (Jan.,
1830) leems loprovi that a canul through
the Lull mm of Sun cnuM only be maju
with in outlay moat proliioue : that, when
rrmdo, eupplying it with water and keeiinjr
it in repair woulJ exhaust any possible rev
enue ten timet over; that, if niadu, it would
not bo in adventajo to the commercial
world ; and lliat, therefore, it would be the
height of fully to attempt it
Thuifade thedroama of Gengrnphers,
Cherished fr two crnturin. aV. Y. Lift
, The Chubciiki i.n thk Ukitko States.
We find In an JJaxtern pojicr the follow
ing statistics in regard tu the relative prof
rtority of the variou cburchei in tlio United
v The Congregational church vrai organ
ized in 1020, and It now of 230 ycara "land
ing in America. ' At the time of taking the,
census, of 190 it had 1,708 church edifice,
valued it 87, 070,170, and will convene
.001,839 hearore. .''.''
'Tbo Baptist cburch was organized in
1638, and it now 317 year old in the Uni
ted Statca. It hat 0,370 church building,
valued at 11,001,127, and will convene
8,24,680 hoarere. , '. ,
- The IWbytoriitn church wm organized
in 1T08, and In row of Ion years standing.
Tt lias 4, HOI church edifices, vnJuod at
14,537,003, and will conveno 3,070,001
' The Roman Catholic cliurdi was organ
ised b'10U3, and la now 22.1 years old in
America. It ha 1,227 church building,
valued at ' $f),2.r0,7o8, and will convene
675,721 bcarfra. t ,
The Universalize waiorgnnized In 176-
and ii now 71 yrarsoU. It ba.r32 church
building valued at I,7S0,10, and will
convene 2! 4,965 liearere- -
The Mothodist Cliuroh was. organized in
Pallimore, December 25, 1784, and is 72
yean old In Ameriga. It bus 13,338 church
buildinge, valued at $14, 820, MS, and will
convene 4,351,1 01 liearere.
Though it ii but Ti yeare since .the
Mothodiktt were organized in the country',
tho while family In the United States num.
bor, over 1,400,000 member. They have
over 810,000 more members, than any oth
er Protestant 'church in America. They
have over 3,000 more church ctlificet than
any other religious body in this country.
The Meshudist Eplscpnl Cliuroh, to ay
nothing of the other branch of the Metlio
diai'fuRjily, has two (Tliejlogiial SemiitM.
ries) Biblical Institutes, ten Universities,
thirteen Cullogrs, fifty flvo Academies, In
ifii'utet and Suiuimuics of learning.' They
have Ortn.ona tubular in Sabbath schools ;
2,700,000 "Sabbath School Advocate"
circulating among lis children, end,
1,792, 600 column in their Sabluith sehonl
libraries. The fund expend d in the S.tli
lath School cause f,.r 1853 wh $10,170;
aiid that in promoting tho emmo of ilk'
mission cioceiled f-.'iJO.OOil. Her Hook
Concern in Now Voik publishes over 5,000
bound Void met per day. v '. ...'
- Tn Pott-rut or the Scotch. Those
etudctitt of iiiiutal phciioincna who ten
turn to give a limp of the human faculties,
roof opinion thai poetic power belongs to
the temperament and the cerebrum J but
a ilranger irttteling in ScHlaml would be
more apt to concluda that it ejirings from
the conngurniinn .of country.' 'North
Britain Is aland of sublime proportions
The plains rc rich ana luxurious, its
mountains lofy and imposing, lit river
re clear and fresh, end its coasts are pro
Uctcd by crags and rmk of noble eleva
ion. : Great torrents of water gush from
)ta 'ravines, monstrous clouds of mist make
its valee melancholy, and calm and settled
Jaltc repose bonuth th hill lit polMwd
crystal. ' . .
Tlioso lio have built their homes wilhiu
this fine area of nature haves ns all the
worlj knows, strong prejudices, clear in
tellcct, uffociioiiato ailachiiieiiis, and it
cannot be doubted thstth poetic spirit is,
m (Jmttsn would say, "inJignuous of the
iviiL" , Ever Scotch paii.li hit it poet;
Tr8ootcn rvr n'miam, ind vle, has
iu aong. And if tbi is an error, as no.-
body will sap(, It , d error which
.cannot W helped. ,ThMi exuteJ a Ln
uape and a pe"ry in fVjotlsnd feom the
jtcmotcsl peiW, nen'y rqu.d in pictorial
ttd ii.r.ire ww.r to ihsl f ik J.I
Hebrew of ftl praphrts; an ) in this pof
I'lonof hf Hj lv' (ttin-rirs, it'v.trs
will svr b inu-inl, preicherj ever fLw
yv T. i';. -v u r.&ati. . .
Tlws I M tats Train TalsU
Tim le m this truth hus isuxlit,
("I i s Iruih dial's wurtli rensling,)
Ulnr oflViid from wsnt of theuf lit
'J'hsn from any wsnt of ftoliuf '
If id nee w woul4 convey,
There's i time we should eenvsy it, '
' If w" but a word le say,
1 1 u.i i lime lu winch t sy It
.Oft enknewlnjly (lie tnnjoe ' : ( ..
. , , Totiolies on a cbitd w sching, .
, Tli it a word or scrvul wruiift, '
( ., I'd if Iks lirl almost U kitukiiig
Many tear of wouiulrd pride(
Maay I f."Ult of huiiutn bluidutui,
' Jits Uen aooilitd or luriird atidt .
JJy i (jun I vuiue of kiudutio.
Hany a Iwsnt. eiit (lower deeays,
Tliou'b w tend It e'er o much
Somthlil crvl l Pry' '
S hich ne humsa aid tan touch.
Be, tu mny s lowly breiwt
Li-s rwiim eiiktr.jrief conecsled,
Tlist If tooclied It mort ejiprttt
X.cft uuio iUk If it lim'fd 1
Tn Nifo. Tin Scientific American re
fi rrin-f lo the mormons consumption of
buik for tinning purposes, snjs:
"It aiipf-am to tia that our tanneries
should now bo demoting some attention lo
tho cultivation of loine shrubs for tanning
purposes, the annual crops of which
would be sufficient for their business. The
hemlock and oak forests are fat dinippeir
in:', mid when they are gone, the tanners
mutt seek some iiilmtitute. Young black
berry bushes ground up line are excellent
for tunning fiuo calfskin for upper leather,"
A tannery of the largest class makes sad
havoc wiih limber, using up, on an average,
ncvly a square mile ol hemlock Ircci per
Tu fuaassT Mill, imtii Woslb. The lar.
Knl and mcxit comprehemive mill in tin world is
Iht pjcifm, st Lawrence, Mats. The llotr turtict
of lliia iniiiiruw structure it sixteen scrts the lar
jut null in tugland it elevto tud t half scret
Ihert ore now iu nprttinii 4U,UuO cotlon rp iidlea,
end IO.OijO wonlrd ipud rt; and that ere to bt
increased li HO.OUO and SIU.UOU rctpectively.
Thert are l.HHJ looms in opi-rntiou, to bt inorea
fd lo 2,4'i0. 'I'his, wilh S.0U0 penwns, pro.luce
3uu,0oU pifces of cloth per. auiiuin oiw-hslf do
la not. The weekly coimumpiioD of coltou it 20,.
IIUU poundt, or 1,5UU,0U0 puuodt per snauni, and
500,0011 wuiidt wool. Once a nioulh Ilia two
Ihouaand pi-rnons utstmblt at the caahitr't oOice
when he pays out $jU,U0U to them for wt,
iippropriuting to ea.b one the exuot amouul the
has earned. -"-Diuty JVir.
Cm sen Coiso in tiis Oi.osrJ Tim "Tho
ho) t were ranged on the ilainol'lhe meeting bouse,
and a niau was appointed lo kuop people from
alei'piug by nituua ol a abort, el ubbed tuck having
at one end a knob, and at the other a fux-lail, wilh
wh:eh he would altoka Ilia womau't faces lliat
wert aleep, and wilh the other would knock un
ruly dog unil mtn. lu the tuiiie place, baltiii,
Iwu men were appointed to mark down the non
allendanlt, iu order to preaent Ihem 10 the luigie-
trait, while at tho tarns tune, uirao conwnoiea
were appointed to keep watch at the three doora
of tho meeting house, to pievent any one from
enine forth till ihe esercieet were liuUlied.'' From
toll "History of Salem."
v i i.
I! r cognition im HsAvea. 1 mimt confets, at
tht rxnerirnce of my own tiul, that the expeclu
lion of hnhig mj Iriemlt in Heaven princpilly
kiudles my love to Ilium wli.ie ou t arm. 11 i
thought 1 h u d novrr know them, ami eonae
quouily nnver love thtin ufior ihia life it ou.led, 1
aliutilil tiuiuLer llieiu wiiu lempoiai iinn;-, ami
love lliem a. such ; but I novr delighit'ully eou
verne wilh iny pl"Ut friendt In a linn peiua
t'on tint 1 ehall converse with them forever i
and I lake nomforl In tlioae that are dead, or ab
tut, bcliln; that I ilmll shorily meet them
la heaven, ulJ love them with a heavenly love.
3 It Is stated thai Col. Denton having com
plied his "Thirty years in the United tiiatoa (Sen
ate," will at once uiidortake Ihe task of condensing
Ihe debates of Ciuigrexs from tho beginning of tho
gnvirnmeiil to the preaent lime. As they are now,
they are comprised in ubout I'JO large volumes,
coaling no less lliun tix hundred dollar Col. Hen
tun will itduuo them, omiltlng nothing of impar
lance, lo tho apuce of twelve or thirteen octavo
volumes, which tun be procured at an expense of
from twenty lo thirty dollars. t
t7l" II it tad I hut the lance which opened the
aide of I'lirlst la tin kept in Rome, but hat no
maul. Andrew vl'Crelu. who lived iu the sev
enth century, aayt it was buried together wilb
the cronu, and Si. Gregory of Tours, and the
leuernbie Ud, torlify tliul iu their lime it wan
kepi ul Jerusalem, l orleur el the s.u aeons, u
was baried privately at Antioeh, iu winch city
it wm altorwaidt found, ami, it la averted
wroiwlit liiuny miiacles. It waa first cairied lo
Jeiu.aieni, mill lliei) to Const .uliuuplr , mid al
the lime that oilv was laken by the l.ulius, Uald
v a II. tent a point of it to Venice, as a p. edge
for a loau of muiiey. Si. Lewi, kiicot France,
redeemed ft, by paying the stuA lor winch ii waa
pledui-il, and had t couvoyed lo Tana where il
u at II kenl in tho lfoH' t'luinol. The rent of Ihe
lance remained si t'oii'tnutiiieple, after Hit Turka
had takeii that city, to the year 1 m, when Ihe
Sultau Jtajaret sen I It by au ambassador to i'ope
A Wahmso. A few . weeks since, In the
eourtt of eouvimution with an euvnant broker
w ho hat been Inrly years ao luaiuled with ike lead
iut liiuuuyed men ol' llie coiiutry, wt urked if ha
ever knw a Siliemer, vtuo aequued in. uey or
potinoii by fi aud, luconloiuu llirougli life, and leave
a lottune at ilea Ii. We walked loe'etlier uboul
three inmules iu alienee, when he replied--"Au(
out I 1 have seen men,'1 lie said ' bnrome
rich, at if by inaio, nud ufierwaida leach
hijjli poaiiion in publ o estimation, not only for
honor and tuteipriae, but cvai fur piety, when
a email circumstance, ur no apparent iiiipoi tance,
has led to investigation which resulted iu disgrace
and ruin." ......... ,
On Saturday we agaiu oonveraed with him, up
on lite aaine subject, and he staled that aiuoe our
last interview ho had exiomUd his inquiries among
a large circle ol acquaintances, and with one tol
tlary exception, and thai doubtful, thoir experience
was lo lite same ellrct at h i una. He gavt a
brief outline of several small aad big schemera,
and their teolt, their taw and tall. huKids, nur
der, arson and perjury, he said, Were common
criuns wilh many of iIioko who made ''haste lo
be rich," regardless of ihe means ; and, he added
there are note lew, who may be seen on 'Change
every day, igOJrutitly striving for Iheir destruction,
t Is not, he said, so much Ihe love of gold thai
leada many business ineu astray, as the desire
lu be thought sharp or soecsasl'nl.. lie eoBcludeil
Ihal furtuura aequued without houetxy, genernlly
orerwlieimed Ibeir potseaturs wilh mfaniy. ilos
M isuKtc Disial at Sta. The New Orleans
fVojunr g vet the follow ng touching eVtcrpliea
ef Hit bur.al al tea el Mr. Joskph WxTiima,
who d ed on Iht steamer Empire City:
"The sou was about sinking beneath Ihe wave
when the body was placed in charge ef such at
tht Fraternity as wait ou board, lo bt boned by
tli. in with l)e Usl tud Met pecul.ar lo Ihe iruii
tutin. "Tlie remains whioh bad beta covered by the
I nited iStalet U r, Were laid upou a pUik al 111
stem of Iht attaiuer, and as Ihe ship's beil be
g iu to lull Ihe mteivalea, the brellirrn formed a
o re s aiound ihe enpse, wuh u Maaouio Mist
ier, J. K. til oil, of Near V,.,k, wl presided as
Matter ujwa lliai ocoasiua. ' Tht ceremony, b au
( fully iinpttaMve at all tin es, was lew rkably on
UHu tht oeeasi.'B; and when the WonUoful
Urotlier pruoouneed Iht wurls, 'Wt theitfore,
coinmll Ihe b-.iy of our departed Livlber to the
great deep: live memory tlull remain eairaved
apuit Iht Uuls ol Mr li.art, while hw spur I shall
rrtui n utile Go t we ttrt it,', a t ale pinnae
w.is hranl, and tht erad had gone lo h s la
Ti'ti hoaie,"a.T0ih;iaai, J by ihe Im tend ords of
AI..B, my btelberP from'lhese of the Fi'arniv
wrje truitd. Ihe bfyise the u:st.
if.' at -vie steamer - - - - -
VTm. a. Dement sit Co., 1 '
At thiir old stand, tppotilt tki Land Offict,
ARE new reeeiving per bark "Ork" and brig
'Halcyon," the following goodt I
150 boxes iperm and adauianliu csndlcS, ;
50 kega dritd applet and peaehet, , ' ..
J HO bbitand blf bblt eruahtd sugar, ;
50 eaaet piekli-t, '
30 " freah peachtt,
60 " pie fiuitt,
10 lout O. A. mil,
CROCKERY $ GLASS-WARE t
SOU dot cup. and tauetrt,
' 300 " plaiea, .
S00 " tumbltrs,
SO " water pitclier,
Sugar hewla, tea-pour, 4c, &0.
OILS PAINTS i
SOU ' kega pure lead,
SIlO gait Iniaeed oil,
100 gait turpentine, '
50 gala varuieh,
300 gall lamp oil, ' .
1H0 els lard
DRY GOODS t -
CUOO ydt brown sheeting,
6000 " printt,
Itleached eoltons, bed licking, oVo., cVe.,
all of which will bt told at low at ihey can be pur.
clinaed of my other houae in Oregon City. mayl7
CASH will be paid on (Uhvery for Brand cedar
LOliS at workt ef Oregon Milling Trout
Una Oily, May 10, 1806.
Sacks I Backs I
mi IF. nndera'nrned has conaointlv on hand at his
JL nick ir.anuiuetory in Oregon :ly, HACKS of
all qualiliea and titit, which will be sold as low as
they csn be bought in Ihe Territory. ' Orders from
a dutance promptly aitend d to.
Oregon City, May 3, 1856.-3y.
THE Oregon Milling and Transportation Co.
hsvt established a LU MB lilt YARD on the
river bank iu rear ef tho ttore of Allan, McK.ulty
Lumber in large or small quantities, including
dr tuned aiding and flooring, can alwayt be had by
application at the ttore of
F. S It A. HOLLAND.
Oregon City, May 10, ISi8.
Faim for Sale.
A FARM of CIO acrceof land in Yam-
t. f hill county, tix miles west of Lafayette, is
lOlkr.'d for sale. 1 here are BU acres in
cultivation, and 150 acres in pasture an orchard
of SO bearing apple treet. The place it well wa
tered ami timbered, and has two wells of excellent
water, good buildings tnd out-huuaet. The laud
it at good at there it in Oregon or the world, and
iu location maket it as good a atock farm as there
is in ihe Territory. Farming uteuailt and slock
will be told wilb Ihe place, if dctired. The claim
la well stocked with cattle, horses, and hogs, and
eau he had oa reaaoaable terms,
1LT Inquire at Tin Asous Olfico, Oregon City.
H'atr I'ewnr for Sale.
rilllE undersigned would like to sell one half of
I his mills snd WHter power on tlio Tualatin riv
er, about three miles from Line City, known as
Moore's Mills. Il is probably the best water priv
ilege, wilh the exvepiion of the great Falls of the
WillKinette, that there is in Oregon. I would like
to sell oiis-hulf or one-fourth of my claim together
wilh the mills and water power. My object ia to
gel a partner, to enable me lo properly improve the
water power. J A MLS M. MUOK12.
Feb. 9, IMC. 43tf
ANY person liuving a Melodeon, Serapli'ne,
Accordeon, or ether reed instrument, with
broken or defective reeds, can have them repaired
by applying or sending to t'has. M. Hester, ut hit
residcuee, two square bsek from ihe Baptist
.Men'ing House, iu Iht North part of Orejon City.
Charge for iiifernng tingle recti! from $l,o0 to
S-V-W. lteajiiub;t dedulion far a creator num
ber. C. M. KEdTER.
Oreeon City, September 22, 1855-2 J
rpii.MPLE OF 110NOK. Tualalin Temple of
JL Honor, No. 1, ineeta every Wednesday eve-
li ng, nt the American Hall, Fuieat Grove, Oregon.
Hrclhren of Ihe Order in eod standuiE are in
vited lo visit this Temple.
Al. '1 UT I LE, W.U.T.
9. A. Dixon, W. R. 82
JAYNE'8Alteralive, Expectorant, and Pills,
Cod Liver Oil, Cantor O il, snd Sweet Oil, at
the OREGON CITY DltUG STORE.
lYf KXICAN Mustang Liniment, U
chant'! Gamline Oil, at the
OREGON CITY DRUGSTORE
alUUsiSES, right and left and double, and Ab.
. doininal supporters, at the
OREGON CITY DRUGSTORE.
I JURE White Lend, raw and burned Umber,
. Croine, Green and Yellow, and other paints,
nltl.e OREGON CITY DRUGSTORE.
PERFUM EltY.nl Ihe
OREGON CUT DRUG STORE.
KK F EN U F. RG MEDICINES:
Graefcnberp; Sanuipnrilln, Uterine Catholieon.
" Dyseniery syrup, consumptive
'''" Pile Ointment,
' Il-ullli Hitter., . .
" ' Kye Lotion, etc., Ate., .
To be found at Ilia ngenoy of Ihe Company, at
tho OREGON CI I 'Y DRUG STORE.
HAYMAN'S Dyspeptic Elixir warranted to
cure ihe dyspepsiajust received and for
tuleat ihe ORIiUOX CITY DRUO STORE.
DR. GuyHoti't oompound extract of Sarsuparilla
and Yellow Dock, al Ihe
sept. OREGON CITY DRUG STORE. ,
OLD Dr. Jacob Towiwend'a Saisaparilla, at
ihe OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
HAVING employed one of the best Working
Jewellers on the Pacific coast, lam now
fully nrepsred to manufacture even- deaerinu'on of
Jewelry. ''i ' a ..
Ma.n e Jewelry, Odd Fellows' Pins, Rings,
c, inune io oraer.
Kiigraving neatly done.
Call aud see specimens of work.
' - G. COLLIER IIOBBINS.
N. B I devote my entire attention lo repairing
Fine Watches. G. Cou.taa Rossins.
Portlutid, Dee. 185S-3tf -
res celebialed Cherrv Pectoral for
colds, and eonsumntien, al Ihe
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE. '
Dtt. Towiisend'aSarsapHrlla.at the -
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
SUAblEU Sarsapitrilla, at Ihe
OREGON tlTY DRUG STORE.
SANDS' Sarsaperilla, in any quantity, al the
. OUEGuN CITY Dkl'G sTuRE.
MOFFAT'S Life Bitters and Pdlt, Bernard's
Dysentery Syrup, Wialas's Balsam of Wdd
Cherry, at Ihe
OREGON CITY DRL'G STORE.
Jl'ST RECEIVED at the Oregou City Drug
. More, direct from New York and San Fran.
ri.o,, a fresh supply of DRb'GS, MEDtCIXES,
Paleitl MedinHce, Faru.iy Mediciuea, &c, Jtc,
which u-ill te soli ts hue fur task ms tket can bt
srVured' in the Terriora. Cn'i and examiae for
voumclvos, and et au Aluiarwe lor t!56, gralit.
PERUVIAN Febrifuge. ibe eure of fever
ana Sf ne. & , Ac , iiwt received and brsait
t4ih OREVOX CITY VRI O 8TOBrZ. J
Laud Ur Sale.
T .0rrJE,il ""i1 160 -'"' cbee kwd
' I nta
'mT r'"" rtaae irouV. u
New Book! I ' '
mifR mkierihar has iiMt received a large a
X. tortmtnt ef BOOK8, direct from New Verk
among which art tht following I
AImou's II.it. of Europe
Livot of the Kignert,
Habyloa and Nineveh,
"Deck and Fort,"
'8hip aud Shore,"
Hlllnnan s do.
Democracy In America,
"Land and Lee,-
"Sea and Hailor," "
Three Years in Callfor.
('yo. ef Literature.
Cucksu's Fan). Fbya'o.
Manual of Fine Arts,
lotureson the Arts,
Travels iu Peru,
t'gypt aud the IIolyLand
, I ... l:. L'....o.a
Ano t tMoiiaatt-rlrs.
Choice Erlra t,
V varisly of Foelt.
SuO c&p.es of banders' pler,
6u0 , ' " Headers,
2."i0 . MeOufley's do,
nr. .1 ll'-l......
W'ebaler I Diclkmnrlet,
Ntv. inan't Khtlorie, -
Parley's Univ. lliilory,
Uoedrlcb'e rVl. V. 8.,
M. American bpeaker.
A rresh Supply of Stationery.
Day Book", Journal", U-dgers, Kecont ltuokt,
Memoraihluma, of all sizes, Diar es, 4re., Note and
Irftler Toper, Knvelopcs, Pens, etc., oVc, Eraj-r
Knivet, Enmive Rubber, Gummed Libels, Faber's
Pencils, INK, in quart and p nl Dottles.
Vl'HOLESALR AND RFTAIL.
Oregon City, August 18, 1155.
r. a Holland. A. noLLAND.
F. S. Si A. Holland,
EALEI'.S in Dry Uooila, Grooerlet, Ijontt
ox hhoes, troekery, Uooka, ataiiouery, etc
Main Street, Oregon City. June30, IS55.-y.
mllE Halleluiah, a ucw singing book, by Low.
X sll Mawu juat the thing for aiugiug achouli;
for sale at Ue3uJ aiwx.l,a u o,
Progression, Progression, Progression
IS ever onward and they that do not make on
ward progression "are a little behind the lime,"
and for the benelit of those that have a desire lo
keen op with this asrs we have just received direct
from New York Ihe following 1st of IJOOKS, of
which we oiler al wholesale or retail, on terms le
Constitution of Man, bv Geo. Combe ; Combe s
Lee, ou Phrenology; Domestic Lile Thoughts on
its concord snd discord; Fsmiliar Lessons ou l hre
nology and Psychology; Ixive and Parentage: np
plied to the Improvement of ntftpring ; Marriage
its history and philosophy, with directions tor hap.
py marriages; Memory, and Intellectual Improve,
ment: Mental Science : Lectures on llie I'lnloso
Dhv of Phrenology ! Mstrimony: or Phrenology
and Physiology applied, 4o. ) Phrenology proved,
illustrated, and applied ; Phrenological guide, tie ;
Retigion, Natural and Revealed ; Self-culture, aud
Perfection of character; Self-instnictor in Phre
nology and Physiology; Temperance and Tight
Lacing; Accidents and Emergencies; Hydro
pathic (look Uooks : Consumption : ils causes, pre.
venlion, snd cure i Curiosities of common water ;
Cholera : ils causes, 4.0. : Domestic Practice of
Hydropathy ; Errors of Physicians, &o. ; Expert
ence in Waler-eurc j Hydropathio Family Physe
clan; Hydropathic Eucvclopediat Home treat
meut for texualabu.es; Hygiene and Hydropathy;
Introduction to the W ater-cure; Alidwltery, and
tho Diseases of Women; Parents' Guide, and
Childbirth Made Easy Pregnancy and childbirth;
Practice of Water-euro; Water-cnre in Chronic
Diseases; Water-cnre iu Every Known Disease;
Water-cure Maaual ; Aniativeness : or, Evils and
Remedies, Sir. ; Combe on Infancy ; Combe's
Physiology : Chronic Diseases ; Fruits and Fari
nacea the Prope r Food of Man ; Hereditary De
scent: Its Laws, Sc.; Maternity: or the bearing
ami nursing or children, Ac; .Natural Laws ol
Man; Physiology, Animal and Mentul; Tobacco:
its effect, Ale. ; Elements of Animal Mafiieiiein J
Fatciiiatoii: or the philosophy of charming; Li
brary of Mennerism and Psychology; Ph losnphy
of Mesmerism ; New illustrated Eneycloped a. com
plelo in one vol. Spiritual Intercourse, i'hiioso.
phy of, Ac. ; Familiar Lessons ou Astronomy ;
Future of Nations, by Kossuth ; Hinlslowards Re
forms, by Greely : Hopes and Helps forthe Young
of both setes; Human Rights; Homo for ull, &.C.;
Labor: its history ami prospects, fee.; Power of
K.nducst; Woman: hereducutiou and Influence,
8 vols Revelations, by A. J. Davis, tht Clairvoyant.
8 " Approaeh'.ng Crist,' " . . M
8 llarinoinul Men, " "
8 " Special Providences, " :
8 Present A gi and
Inner Life, " '
8" 1st, Great Harmonia, " . "
8 " 2d, " " " . a ,;
0 3d, u i u
Juno 30, 1855.-y F. S.& A. HOLLAND.
' tM'biiNlupol lias rulluii I
k ND CHARM AN & WARNER wish to
L inform the citrecne is" Oregon City and Ihe
public in general that they have inst received a
good assortment of GROCERIES euiiahle for
this season of the year. Also, we have received a
supply of fancy groceries, such as Farina, Sugar
1 apioca, Arrta nooi, aim a variety or oilier such
articles too numerous to mention.
We have a good assortment of FANCY
GOODS for the holidays, such as raisins, dates,
lig, bottled pie frnils, raspberry preserves, and a
variety uf other articles in this line, em h as will
suit the greutcil epicure of the lund. We have al
so on hand a good ussoilmeiit of candies, ai:d are
receiving a supply nearly every steamer. So please
give nsacall; we will sell as cheap as any house
in Oregon. Our motto it that a quick penny is
better than a slow shilling.
We are now commencing to prepare in the Ba
kery for Christmas, and shall have a goo I assort
ment of cake. We shall also keep ou hand a su
perior quality of butter crackers, Huston crackers,
und also the sweet Yoik crackers. Please give or
ders for the above iu good time. Our prices shall
be reasonable, and tho goods made uf the best ma
terial! in Oregon. , , nov24
Who Wants a Good Saddle ?
rpilE tubsenber, living five miles south-west of
JL Lafayette, iu Yamhill county, it now currying
011 ths busiuest of Saddle Makiug iu good earnest
Ho keeps constantly on hand the heal saddle! that
can be manufactured wilh Uie nmieriult al com
maud iu Oregou. Those wish.ug a geuuiueeadd.e
werruiiieu 10 nt on Ootn t.lts, and riSKed out in
complete style, cheap for cash, or good trade would
do welltogiveuicacalL. My shop it Mtunled on
Bakers Creek near where the road erosset il lead-'
iug from Portland and Oregon City, "up country-':
by the way of Smith's bridge on the North Fork of
Yamhill. ' . -
ILT I keep every thing in the sadd'ery line, as
Bridles, Martingales, Halters, L'nes, tfe . Ac. '
Sept. 20-23tf. J. O. HI-NDERSON. '
, Tualatin Aradi-my, ,
Forest Grow, Waskiwjlnn County, O. T.
QUARTERS COMMENCE : ' '
First Wednesday in December J
, Last do io February : ' '
; Third do ' in May;' . .
. . First do in September.
mmoN ria 0.1-xarxa:
rnraary hngrtah '
, Ilijher do 1 -
, 1 Ancient It ignages,
French & drawing, each, extra,'
For information respeeting Ihe School, address
K. P. SHATTVC'K,
Not. 59, 1355.-33-6.no Prbeipat
FEW of Triuce c.:. .'nsri
(is r- . " "
a o-,r...;r rjisjBiiT al the .
""""t e,irj VRCG STORE.
-Va.fc A. HOLLA XD-S.
DO yon wwil nay Forks, Sited..... 1
Allan, McXlnUjr tk Co.,
HAVE iii't ree-tived
A A STOCK OfyEWOOODS,
.,,8 wotld luvlte ell these who wUh lo proeure
GOOD erlic es si rcswiuible prices, to call aud
tee them. They consist in parlof Ihe following I
trindslonee ' eaual wheelbarrow
. r.,11.4 .fancy brooms
fra-tcylhieoVinaths plain do ' .
brnsh do ' do assort'd colored palle
It) to harrows 33 teeb
nuintr d tube
nel. shed shovels
window elau 8 by 10
do 10 by 13
do 7 by 9
line wash boards .
croaa cut taws 7 tt
bair maltraasee double
btir bolster! 'double
window ssshes 8 by 10
do ' 10 by 13 rape hrana iouicco
t -.l V.,L-. lonke tubucco
BLAKKKTS. BA1SE, LIXDSEYb,
Shrcthigi Tirfo, c c.
And keep constantly ou hand a large supply ef
clothing, hardware, and many an cles too Burner.
Oregon City, April 31. I4fl-ly
f f DHLS. Sanla Cru Lime just receivi-d siul
UjeY3.10f,a',',yWM.C. DF.MEXT & CO.
LI'S., lor sale nt
W.C. DEMENT tV e.
A FEW bushels fr sale by '
A nov 1 U WM. C. D EM EX T j-CO.
A Knro C liaiire
For (hose tngagtd, or vinhinj to tnjngi in
Ihe Flouring Lutinest.
WE have on hand and for stile, Ihe followi-ut
machinery for grisi nulla, whieh will be sold
low for rash, or en a short lime :
2 portable mills, compete t
1 run of four feet four invh Fremh Burrs, with
spur wheel, 114 cogs, we ghing ln2.' lb-. ; wilh
sp u He. piuiou, brush aud oil-pol aud co lar.
1 run, same size, without pu.iuii. Oilier irons
the same as above.
Together wilh a general assortment of bands,
bolting cloths, pulleys, gu.lgenns. wheels, coiip ings,
heiiR'HIT for boll ug che-ls. oVo.. 4c.
lu oilier words, every requitite necessary lo Ihe
completion of a gr tt null by
Wat. ('. DEMENT cV. co.
Opposite iht Lund Office.
Oncouv Cinr, Nov "ii, tb
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING, per brig
"Susan Abigail" and burk ' Chat. Deveus, '
from Sun Francisco, the following foods:
GROCERIES. 150 kg" E. U. syrup, 5i 8 gala,
L'U bids New Orleuns do.
501)0 lb No. I Chiuu sugar,
'51.100 lbs table salt,
S0O boxes Euglh and Amerieou soap,
20 esses pie fruit, ojw'd,
il grose P. x: U. yeast powders,
5000 lbs tobacco, nta d bran Is,
lilt) half boxel rata list.
30 bbls snd half bbls crushed sugar,
3000 His suleralua.
CROCKERY A General Assortment.
DRY-GOODS. iOUU yds browu sheeting,
1000 yds satinets,
SOOO " prints,
ID pieces alpacas,
50 pairs English blanket,
300 yds currX'ting,
300 " oil cloth 1
Together wilh a general assortment of ready made
clothing, boots, shoes, huts, cn;s, mid eurpenlers'
tools. WM. C. DEM EX T CO.,
Nov. 10. lpHiin I le Laud Office.
WITHIN a few days, direct from New York,
ex c ip; er ship "Goldcu Eagle,"
400 gait. Iiusecil 0 I,
. 150 gals. spta. turpentine,
300 boxes jviiulow ijlaxs, (ajs'd sixes,)
200 kegs white I, ud, pure,
25 gals, varnish,
' 2illl lbs beeswax,
200 lbs rosin, by Wm. C. DEMENT & co.,
' OCt 13. opposite llie Land Otlicii.
IJ1KKSII OREGON TIMOTHY .EED-oO
? bua fursale by WM. C. DEMEST& CO.
Minta rit. I. i iiks
ItBlis. for sale by
novlO . . WM.C.DEMEXT& CO.
IN our bakery we keep cnnMumly ou
bread, crackers, cukes, pie.., & c.
Ci.lK..t.V J- WARXER.
CANDIES, nuts, raisins, of an excellent quality
just rtceived mid for sule low by
CHARM AN & WAKNER
RECEIVED upon Ihe arrival of every steam
cr. Don't fail tocall on
CHARMAX It WARXER.
IVERY TH.NG in the hue nt Groceries,
J as cheese, nil kinds of spice, sal aidu, cu Outl
ine soda, sulei a'.us, cream tartar, &c., aie sold at
nov24 CHARMAX d WARXER S.
t pOYS, of d.fi'ereiit kinds, for sule by
X ' CIIARMAN 4 WARNER.
A Splendid assuV'nieiil ol Family Groceries,
such as tea, syrup, .UKnr, &c. ; also tine
and coarse salt, cream lunar, apples, jhih peiichee,
sardines, oysters, elunu, yeast powder, also a !vg-
(uaiiiiiy 01 aupet-ior eneiool cigars, and tobacco ol
every brand aud almost every thing else in our
one 01 ousiness a:i 0; wiueli will be sold as low
as al any olher pin in (own. for ca h nr pro.
duee. CHARMAX WARXER.
FOR SALE BY CHARLES POPE, JR.
ffftllASS an! Irou Butts, .Scr-ws, Locks aud
Latches, Haiiimeis and Haicheis, Axes,
Druwitig.knives, Handsaws, Curry Combs, Hurst
Brushes and Cards. Gun l.oek. linn r.n. v.wj
Caids, Chtel Huinlles, Pluuea. lit
iipru si, tPoj-iu
FOR SALE BY CHARLES POPE. JR.
fit'GAR, Salt, Cofl'ee, Tea; Syrup, Chocolate,
3 Sjarch, Sahratut. I'imh Trt. km
Carb. So la, Pepper, Sp ce, Alum, Borax, Cop.'
Pvr".etc. . Apiu 21, l.lu5-ltf
At Ihr. ' Old Stand, Canrmnh, April 2155.
4 aft i afl ,-b!- l-'Knl nrown s"Sar,
. 99 W 1 .000 lbs. Cbiua No. 1 , do.
. 1,000 lbs. Rio Coffee, '
. 15 Tons coarse ealt; 500 lbs. fine da.' '
. 3,00.1 IU. Oregon Baeon;
1 ,000 bushels oals, for sale wholesale or retail, be
JOHN I BROOKS.
, To Ihe r a r mere
WB WOULD say, e.,11 .1 our
,l,J w 0U & jour prrJue- as
auy other btHiae- in 0-rr0F ,j . W .
nuke vuu ft-' ' endeavor to
' " """ahle at e p.siblv Can.
lj CHARMAX 4. WARXER.
C. iP.M ir
- JONSTANTLY receVn,. frh r.och,
. 'ard. butter d oui.toet.
. we. I, 45,
"-s r. BUOOKS.
II V a - r'C'S pa d by
. .ot.. . rt M c UEMEXT $ CO.
rples, la h'f tnd whole harrV, al
F. 3. e A. HOLLAND'S.
I JAKS The beet chance lo pnk it at l!ta
'tcr.ef CHARMAX f WARXER
J ciier.il I uiiihiiioii MrrchaiiU,aud wbtlt.
tele aud retail Dealrre lu Pry Uocxla, Oretrieeu
Hardwaie, dee., Ve. , , , ,,
( CeergtT. An.B.",,al
Oregon City, May 5. I Arehibtl.l M'ttlaJayV e-
. ( Thomas Low a, 0,, i;
1 LLVN, M'KILAY tt CO., , Le
J Hcotttburg, Cuip.)Us, Orrgon, , !.,
ALLAN, M KIN LAY 4 COy Cbtmpote
Oregou Territory, , .y j'
CHARLES POPS, JR, , 1,
DEALER In Hardware, Groceries, Dry
CloUiing, Boots II Shoes, Medicines, BaoVa
tn'd Stationery. .
Muin.st.,Ore(tou City, April 21, 1854-11 ..
' Wm. O. Dement eft Co., -
J HOLES ALE and retail Dealert sOreee,
V Ice, I'ruv aiuiit, I'aiutt, Oils, Utjete ant
Shoes. Crocktry, 4o. Opposite the Land Office
MsiaSl.Or.goiiCliy. Jane 1, 1835,
JOHW R M BRIDE, ,
sttossst xo coiasitoa at Law,
Lafayette, Yamhill County, O. T., "
WILL faiilifully attend te all buauMsa
trusted lo hs, profestioual oara. j
April 31. B55-Hf " ' '
JOHN P. BROQKS,
Wholesale if- Retail Dealer In Groceries, Produce,
Provisions, $c . Main Street
A General Afortinenl kepi up of Seieeteel Oetdk
Caneiuah, December 1, I85J.- ' i;i.. .
CA. It K Ell &. CO., succetsare te FtlUtss
e Reed o te., dealer tin DruKtaud Med eiate!
I)ooi,s and .Sieionrry, I'ainls, O.lt, 4a. Ftrlluu.
lar sfeinion paid 10 compounding medicine
Suleiu, Nov. 24. 11. 3 3Jtf 1
Wells, Fargo t Co. 'lExpreji, - '
Bdwrrn Origin, Cali'nrma, the AtlantU
S'Htr a nl Europe, 1
If t l-1 V.1 1 .
. .r-K . 1 v iiiaur BuramagejODj
IVl arrungeineiiia wilh the Un.ted
wkrx: Stales snd Pacific Mail Steam. J
ship Companies for tiansportaliop, we irtasessk.
paied lo fuiward Gold Dust, Bullion, Sfseie,
Packages, Parcels, and Freight, to and from N
York, N. Orleans, San Fi-uhcku, PonJaod, aad
principal towns uf Cat forma au I Oregon.
Our regular Semi monthly Express belirtes
Portland ami f-iu Fruneisco, is duipatched by the '
I'acilio Mail Steumsbip('o.'s steamship Columbia.
eoniircliiig al Sun Francisco with our semi-monthly
Esprem lo Arte York aud Xeio Orleans, which
ia ditpatched regulurly on the 1st and 1 Gib of each
month, by ihe mail steamers and in charge of eur
owu iiM'iwengers, through to domination. , 1
Our htpr.ss from New York leueet regularly
on the 5th and :i0ih 01 each month, alto in charge
of m. sscnuers. 1 . t i.i - ,. 1
1 reusure insured in the best New York com.
p niies, ur at Lloyd's 111 Loudon, at the ootioa el
shippers. . . ' ... ,,;.,
OmcKs New 1 oik, No. 10, Wall stj Now
Orleuns, No. 1 1, Exchange place; San Francisco,
No. 114, Montgomery street,' , ". ; ... ,.,
J. H. OANKERsAreat,
Oregon City. April SI, 1805,-ltf
Tiio Steamer Portland . ,,
CAPT. A. S. MURK AY,
W II run daily between Portland aud Oregon Citr.
I.euvie Portland al eight o'clock, a. al. Helen
iug, Ii aves Oregon City at four o'cloek. p. ,
For freight or passage apply on board, apvl-ltf
U. S. MAIL LINE.
Oregon City and Portland Daily Pacltt,
. C. AINSWOKTU, MASTER.
l ill run duily, (Sun lays excvpled,) in the aiaft
name I node, b arii.g Oregon City every day at 8
o cli en, 1. M. i.eiurnniff, win leave r or nana as
2 p. m., touching ut all intermediate po'itts. r i t
For Ireigltt or possaoo apply on board. . ap2l-ti
Ne-.v Voluir.03 of the Four Reviews
and Elac'kwood. .
COMMENCE with North Uriah fop May
IS"),"). 1,11.1 llie oilier Iteviewsaud Blackwood
lor June, Ibao. ' , .' '-'' ..V
terms uf Suwr:pttim. Any one Keview or
Hlnckwood, Q: a yettr. Hlackwood and one Re
view ur any Iwu Reviews, $.". The four Re
vews and Uluckwood, 10; Four coiiesloos
addrees, 311. .....
Postage- on the four Reviews snd Bl.tekwood te
any Post office 111 Ihe UuiietfStiitss, only SI) cent!
a y ur on ach Re vie und !!4 tents a year orr
Uwokwood. 1 .; ... . (...
Address, L. Scott & co., Publmliers, 54 Gold
street, corner Fullon, New York ' tep8
Reading1 for the Million. ,
S. J. M.COltMICK
HAS CONSTANTLY OK HAND AT THE PSAKl.tK lOek'
tuna, rnut-Bt, rur.ii.A(.u, uhhwuh, 1
Cho re sjlcelinn 01' Popular Cooks, Newsy
papens .Magazines and Fancy Stationery. '
Among the bookaon hand will be found works
on Teiiiperuncr, Agiipulture, llorticullure, His
tory, l'oriry, llingrupliy, Med'eine Keligion,.
So ence, School Books, lloiimnciS, Ve., &t., dle
IDSuliscripi one received fur Harper, iiraham,
Godry, Leslie's, or Futuuin, at $4 a year, soil
age free. i.. -; i 1. :'
IT Siibscriptiont received for any aewtpaper
published 111 any purt of the Union.
Kemernlier the Franklin Book Store and Newe
piper Ag. ney, Front ttieet, Portland Orogoav -
t3T- priced catalogue wil be published early
in April, und will he seiil to any rf pf the terri
tory free on application. ... , ,. ,1, .1'.
" Ladies f . i.
TOXJ will find an excellent assortment of Drest
and Bonnet SMs. Satins and Kseetsv sJset
Bonnet Trimmings, Hosiery, Glares, Lads anil
RMons, Table CiofAa, Counterpanes, etc;, at the
store of , CHAULES POPU,. Jr., ! t
(.Ma;n-st., opposite Abernethy's store,) where mar
be lound almust everything In the line of ' - '"
Dry odi o'..,.'i .t
Such as Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas,! Merinos,
Piaid Liiieevs, Muslins, Saltiuotts, Jeant, Flan,
tics, Sheeilngs, lied Ticking, lUckory Stripe,
Cotton Bulling, elo. i , .- h t.l 1 ir..
Oteg,.n City, April SI, 1855-ltf ... : ,
Medicines for: Sale By'"'1
: CHARLES POPE, Ja. LLC-.qi ' l
BRANDS' SaiiiJIa, Peck's Wild Cherry BilV
eCJ lers, llntcnian's drojis, Braudreth's plllr, Led't
pills, Perry's Vennifnge. Opodeldoe, Gum CeJaVT
phur. Gum Arabie-, liruish oil, Lobelia, Hot drops,
3d preparation, Roman eye balsam, Dalley's paiav
extractor, LauduiHinij Pagoric, i)U of i'epper-'
mint, Jisteiicee, Coaipoeiiion Powders, Carter'ti
Pulmona7 Balt..m, Sulphur, Epsom Salts, &0. ' '
April 21, 18i5-llf a a .;-w jaob
War Against Hard Timet l J" t
The Pluet to Gi t your Money' Back.?
CUARMAN At M'AKNERawpoweaitjImf .
outhe BAKERY i.n.1 roXFF.rTIfiNERY
business ai their old stand, where they are still de
trtn ned I:, deal on terms to suit the lime. 1 Out
motto at, "1 ainible sut pence a, beUer thaa a slow
sliiiliug j" and wa ure deieriuined'lo sell, if we de
sell upon a Very small We' ara keeplrnT e
erv variety; rtfOVISIUXS. HltbAD. liAaiw
US, Le , 4o-, that were ever manufac-tored t
of flour. We keep 1U all kindsof GROCERBSt
such as Sugar, CoiS. Tobacco, Cigar, Ria
Spices, besides mauy Drugs mid Medicine (We)
J.u,'t k. n kitv n,inkM ntawtif-inea. httWDver.)
have bought out Ihe other bakery, and iuiend to tj.
up auoUier esUANishmeul toon. 1 lie press 01 Das
iuest is so great that we ire' eompaDesl st spread
eurseleea" over a larger platform ,,( j1)R5
, IT Country penluce bought aue- f , "
Tit no trouble to show"ia,' Xatt and trye.
Oregon City, October U .igj5..1,:ad lilt!
N O. SUGAR, e-jirt tfl ,ym,. H. e
- c V7. S.A,H0LLA4PS'
ii.i y .,rima r' t,ensr -Dnases, 1
VJ -svf.ky CIIARMAN 94 WaVKJiW
! I'O PICK rK'ARS. Oi best cneslsaa