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fjir Thrt Suuilnrii dui ofn u betray
tlm fact of tU cxllciice in i hut rfgi'Mi c.f
growing ami l.tvery luiiiiiiiint, wliitucuti
la kept fruit) openly inuuifetling itself only
by ilio terror of Lynch law. rot exam
nU hero is ft priyrnjiU from tho Mobile
(Ala ) Advertiser !
Well m ij: lit tlm ili-Wnto it (lio luto
niavk iUiiiililii-iin coin eiilion. at 1'liiladvl
iilii.i, urge (hut o rniiid woulJ In Ilia sprem!
of rciulilican tloctiiiies, llmt in futiryrar
tlicy couiu u'ttn lmjpunity houi mmr con
veillliin in Kicliiiwii I, Virginia, or LvXini
tun, Knnluckv, Was tin-re not cihjiI
gruuuj fir tlio RHsurunce, in view of the
(leliigates in llmt tKJcly lium irgiiini, fti
ryliiiiil.tli'luwarf, 'Viiiiewf!rlvtiitutky, nnj
thy Dislriut of Coliiinloii ? If be had
known how tunny lilack ttfinbliciMi thoro
Vfcru in this Siutu nd community, lit)
wii;Iit liavs moved tt adjourn tlio CdiiVfii
lion to incut in 1809 ut Moiiti"nii,rv.
The ro nr men here in Alulmmu, and in
this cnuniy, who lira nut naliameil to own a
preference, for li cutout, or nny other Alio.
iitionisl lo Iiucliuiiau! An editor lo", ofo
Icailiii'' I'illinoro paper in an niijuiiiiug
. county, very recently called for a ropo lo
luing, lint tlio buick nkiiinod DoU'lHm, out
as tha wretch termed liini, llic uiuck-Afi7.
td Duutilas yes for the Senator from II.
Jinow, who litis nobly and patrio'icnllv per
illocl hi life ami fortune in defense of South.
rn rights. I low cuil the South ever ex
poet to maintain her self respect, or obtain
licr just rights, if she even endures such
porous on her soil, much less permits thorn
to occupy influential positions within her
, borders? ruibeiirunce, it is nuiJ, toino
times ecaxes to lo a virtue, and thin is, in
our opinion, one of the case.
. Tub floLV StrtJLciitie.--However strong.
ly the revvrrnco fur sacred graves may
have boeil developed in the Jews of later
times, the ancient Israelites never seem lo
have entertained the samo feeling of re.
gard for tlio resting places or thn remains
of their illustrious dead, as was curriml to
so high n pitch ill lliucailierl'agan and it,
- lie later Christian world. ''Let mo bury
. my di-nd out of my sight," "No man know
- of his sepu Icli ro unto this day ."express,
. :f not the general feeling of the Jewish na
tion, at leant the general spirit of the Old
Testament Every ono knows the most
signal instance in which this iiiiliiTureiice
was manifested. Somewhere, doubtless,
. near the n ulls of the old Jerusalem, or bu-
riud tiuder its ruin, is the "new sepulchre
'hewn in lii rock," where I lie body of Jo
siM wss'laid," but the precise spot, never
indicated by the Evangelists, was probably
'Unknown 4o tlio next generalicu, uiul will,
in. nil fcl.cliiuiod, resmin a matter of doubt
always. .U this respect, the controversy
regarding tlio Holy S-pulchre is tin illus
tration of acicral f.ict in sacred topogra
phy. Modern pilgrims are troubled at the
supposition thatsuch a locality shoiilj have
been lost. Ttao Israelites iind tlio early
Uhrisliuiis wowVi have been surprised if it
bud been privoiveJ. Stanley's "Sinai
Abolitionists. T.'ic Anti-Slavery Sinn lard in
out act ual Mr. Hanks' Wad slrcet spe. cli mid the
Jlcpuhlicau Party, us in Vitus and pu:p sis ure
thcre.n read. It complains that tlielvopublicutisdo
nut propose to ulmlnth Mm cry, t repeal
the Hijitive Slant law, nor even lo resist the ud-
mission of uny inure Slave Slates into the Union.
It is inclined to doubt "whether the ilxir il wealth
snd strength ot tlio Anti-Slavery movement is so
boundless lint we cnii att- ru lo iiiiuiderit in
a movement uf llie possible churacter if which Mr.
Banks bus thus forewarned us." Th cuimerra
live character of the Republican movement i be-
c oniri jr every day more and more conspicuous.
iV. t. 1 tinea.
DesLLixa una Lakub Scale. (Icu. Lank of
Kuiiphs has sent a challenge of a ralle r renmika
hie character to the Goliuth of Shiveoeracy, lo
meei linn in s.ngie combat, wnh a hundred follow.
en on euch side, and settle the Kansas difficulties
by a Iree light, and to put an end, once fur all, to
he mailer; the question of Slavery or freedom fur
ho new Slate lo be Uriel mined by the issue of the
combat. N. Y. Timet.
English Paiua or Uiani Analyzed The
2Vorumns came uut of France into Jiuglaiid worse
i neu than they went into it, one hundred mid sixty
years before. They hud lost their owu language,
and learned tho the lioniniice or barbarous Latin
f the Uauls ; and had acquired, with the language,
all the sices il had uumes for. The conipiest has
obtained in the chronicles, the name of the "mem
ory of sorrow." Twenty thousand thieves landed
at Hastings. These fnuiiders of the Unite of
iLords were greedy and ferocious dragoons, sons of
greedy and ferocious pirates. They were ail alike ;
they took everything they could carry ; they burn
ed, harried, viulafed, tortured and killed, until eve
rything English w as brought to the verge f ruin,
bach, However, is the illustration of antiquity and
wealln, that decent and dignilicd men now existing
boast their descent fluin these tillliy thieves, whol
showed a tar juster conviction of tin ir mer.ls by as
onming for ilieir types the swine, goat, jackal, leop
ard, wolf and snake, which they severally reseni
bled Emerson' Englitk Trail:
To the People of Polk County.
" The people of Polk county w ho are opposed to
the policy of the present Administration and the
extension of slavery, and who favor the principles
of the Philadelphia platform, are requested to
meet at Dallas on Saturday, the 23th or Nov en
see, to consider upon the best means of co-operating
with tha Republicans of otiier counties, in
order to secure a permanent organization. Let
each and every one who sympathises with the op
pressed and ruffian-ridden people of Kansas, at
tend, and let his influence be felt in the great
movement that is being made to restore the princi
ples of Washington and Jefferson in the adminis
tntion of the Federal Government.
Po'.k county, Nor. 10, 1836.
Washington County, not!
. The ciL'iens of Wsdiingloa cuunty, w ithout re
gnrd lo past political differences, who are in favor
of Ohe "Xationa! Kepublican" principles, will meet
at Uilisboro ou Satuedat, the 22d ikst.,
o'clock sr.. in a mass eeuvenlioo, for the purpose of
cemideriag the propriety of organizing a Republi
can party ia this county. RtrnucASis.
. Washington county, Nov. 9, lSuu.
TsXke reople of Vssablll Ceonly.
yhe peojile of Yamhill county, without
regatrd to past political difierencta or divi
siuns, who an opposed to the repeal of the
Missouri compromise, to the policy of the
prev nt national administration, to the ex
tendon of slavery into "be territories, in fa
or of tin Imtwion of Kmt as a free
Ui'e, unj uf rettoihi" the Bciiiii of th
K'deral euvrrtimeiit I'l the p'ineiiilu o
Washinctmi and JnlH iwm.ari) re.jiie.ti d to
meet in mats meeting iii llie conn linna at
I.afaytlii, in nil. I county, on is I'urilny, Hi
'.'jib day of Nuvi-mlier m ki, fur the pur
pose of ur'nniiiig K"publ!esn psriy in
siit'l cuntr, and cenull eaeu othT upon
tbepri.pur coursn lo be pursued fur the
prosperity of the great .National i.c-pulii
can party tf our country.
Viti!.t Co., Oct. '.'Oth, "M.
t'.lrUnu t.tt. Itrpirtitlr Vrtllnt.
Tim peoplu ufC'tackaiiVH county with
out regard to pa-it political differences or
divisions, who are oiik,smJ Id the repeal of
tlio Missouri Cnmprriiiiie, to ilia policy of
the present administration, and iufavurnf
restoring the l;ederul government lo tha
principles of J. ir. rsonian lVmucracy are
re'iiestjd to meet in mass meeting at the
cott't house of raid cuumv, on the "Dili of
the present month, fur lie) purpose of or.
gunUing a Itepublican party In said cuiinty.
TZAR HZ SB:
Near this e'ty on tha lOih lnt , l.y lley. (,. II.
Aikiiiron, .nr. Jc.i.ui iiuntai.t" Masv Vis
uixu W illis, strp duuifliler uf 8. N. Yuuce, Kq.
Ceinpliineiits of the happy pjir acknowl-
Ia Yamliill eoiinty, Knr. Cih, !y l'.e. 0. II,
Atkinon, Mr. JutKru A.I-'iklo, late of 1'lsiiero..
.no., to .Hiss iinar r.. iuu, lati ol tuasco.
Aim, at the Mm timo and t'.ar.. bv the samo.
Mr. i iiomas J. Mil.LK. tats of 1 ort uyne, In ,
lo Mim Marv L. Mi.nsi.ii, lato of I'ljtubuir'.Mu.
On MnU:i:i, en tlio Ctli Inst., hv Iter. (I. C,
Cliniid!rr. .Mr. .Viwrus Smith, of Marion county,
i.,-. ,k ... .
10 .wr. .iiATiLut ii. l.ocrr, el I incKiiiuas.
In Jacksonfille, on l!io2",lh iilf.. of coi;nini.
tion, Aualink, ceim.rt ef Dr. U. W. iitw.
Tho deceased hud for a lonpr lime been wading
uway under the slow but certain influence of a dis
ease which bad already carried off" leveral mem
bvrs of her fumily. tide seemed conscious that
she was gradually descending into the dark valley
of tlio shadow of dculli ; but she approached It
calmly, oupjmrted by tho "rod andstiilVoii which
the patriarchs, saints, and prophets leaned, and
which lias directed the fullering it.p of myriads
who hnvo gone before her into a rullsy dark and
gloomy lo those who die without heavenly assu
rances, but ilhistrijus with tho meridian splendor
uf the great Snu of tire Univti.o lo such as pos
sess un "eye uf f.iith."
Mrs. Gncrwas fur many yars an exemp'ary
inrmU r of the Chi irtian church, and possessed to
a laigo degree tlimt graces which cous,tcd in an
imvuid adornlnj ' wliicti is not corruptible, the iu
vvur.l man ef tho heart. '' trite was an amiable
wife, a devoted and at.'ectioiiale mother, a kind
neighbor, and a sincere friend. During her cfilic-
tion her patience was reiuaikahle, her resignation1
unsurpassed, un I she fill 'us'eep in Jesus" in the
full triumph, of f.il.h, and cherishing an abiding
coufidence of finally enjoying apart in tho "first
"ULssid are the dead which dio in tho Lord,
from he nee for; h : yea, saith the Spirit, that they
may rest from their labors j and their works do
Oregon l.ol; Ko. S, I. O. O. F.,
MEKT.S t their Hall over the Oregon City
. Drug Store every Wednesday eveninrr at
7 o'clock. Urclliren in g.io I standiiiE! are invited
to visit. ' A. WAUM.ll, N. O.
r red. t HAniiAN, see y.
Triiit Tri-os for ffalo.
I HAVE now on my place, two miles rust of
Oregon City, a large NUftSRItY of Fruit
Tree from one to three yean old. They embrace
all the bust selections of Fruit ever brought to
this country. I will sell in lots to suit purchasers.
Please call and see my iiiiistv, whether von buy
or not. ANJjREW 1 1001).
Nut. 15, ISM. . 31-5
CII.VRMAX&WAIlNlilt are now ready to
receive I'O UK at their old slrnd in Onjan
City. Come, formers, biing in your ho;s we
will pay vou, as we proniifed, a good price for
them, ca-.ii or trade. novl j
WILL PAY CASH or TRADE
good WHEAT t the market price.
nov!5 CHARM AN rf WAKSER.
OATS, barley, potatoes, butler, esgs, bacon,
lard, Ac, for which we will pay cash or
trade. CHARM AX & WARN ICR.
M at R
F, new ; o o n s ,
CHARJIAN 4. WARNER'S.
Oreg-oa City UaivcrEity,
HE PRIMARY DEPARTMENT of this
institution will he opened on the 10th IN3T..
(MONDAY NEXT,) in the "COLLEGE"
iiL'ILDING, and for the p.esent will he under
the clicrgu of
Ma. F. JOHNSON & Miss JULIA JOHNSON.
Tuition, $5,00 for a term of eleven weeks,
No charge wil1 be made for less than half a term,
I uiiicsB uy Bjiccitti uirutigt'ineiii wnn inn leacnera.
Nov. 8, 18;G-30w2 ' Sec' Board of Trustee.
THA VT3-Hiwfor sale at nby-nertery, about mid
... .. l . .T7r-eKxi. rrr a :i l-
j. w ay uevwet-u si'uii vuj unti i,iimuuHio,sev
erul thousand srrLE tiikes uf thrifty growth, em
bracing all the ciiuicebt vaeieties ur fkiiit ever
brought to Oregon. My trees are from one to two
years old, and for sisu and beauty are unsurpassed.
I am now ready to wait on customers, and shall be
happy to furnish trees to all such as see fit to give
me a call. Come and see my nursery before you
I have also a quantity of plums, and quinces
for sale. ORK1N ELLLOOU.
Nov. 6th, 1S:G. 3Utf.
John McLaugliliu, complainant,
Francis W. Pettyerove & Alfred Pettverove.
Claekamai County Diitritl Court, Oregon Ter
ritory. IN this eanse it appearing by an affidavit of
complainant filed with bis biil that both of the
defendants are non-residents of the Territory, il
was urdi red by the Cuurt that the Clerk make an
order, and have the sums publiihed, directed tu
s :d defendants; this ia therefore deeded to the
said Francis W.Petiygruveand Alfred Peltygrove,
and they are hereby notified Uiat thai suit was
commenced against them on the 6th day of Sep-tember.-lbij
; that the object Ml be bill is to quiet
the title to lot Na Ij in block No. 21 in Oregon
City in favor of the eoinptainaut, and for a decree
that a certain bond, touching the same, made by
lie complainant to Alfred PeitygroTe on Hie 1.1th
day of September, 1 643. be eauceied. Tfce sa d
delendants are ri quired to app ar at said Court,
oa llie first day of the next term thereof after the
date of tliis notice, and answer ihe b.ll, or that the
same w.ll be L.Leu as conf.tx-d.
Ia witness whereof, I here hereunto sub
l. s scribed my hand and affixed my official
seal, thus 1 Oih dsy of Mar, a. tt. 1
Nor. 5'h, !?:. 5 S
Tho itiapiiittn OfM'iieil. -
III VK i.s lu my Nil IO Kit V on the JJJ
,Muniitli 1 ami, lluwsil 1'ia.ne, aUr.ua eu.,
a very large
UVUSEUY OF CIIOJCE TKEES,
from ore lo two tears oi l, euihrtlng sl lbs ts'i
diss of A..l', I'esr, I'imn, flurry, &e., brought
to ill J eoni.uy by J. U , l. I J, which I ei'.'er lor
s.ls .w lor cih. 'l'lioe win are rs;eiin; to
pur. Iiom, trees tins winw-r, are r-neitr l lo eonis
and luuk at my nursery Ufure iil..ii.j the r llual
ST 1 am deteruiined la II on very isiiisb's
terms. HAML'LL BlMMo.N'i..
NursmUr 6, I VS. 3"lf
6TAMitN'. I ru.t CuliuH.l, at the
a Nolilll IlKMl Fruit i arui.oitis
leiii KBiMe, f. ur miles Berth east fimu alein,lw.
I sale, lbs fu'luwing cin es selections of grafied
trnea, of vaiiuiu ages, liom oue to Hires esrs
Carol ns June,
lJ Alrai han,
M'ascn, or C'stj,
1 all I'ippin,
S.heri in Cub,
Tewkshury's W'r lllii-li I HuharilKin's Nonsuch
(ireen Newton I'ippin,
ft. I. Greening,
Yell.w New'n I'ipp'n,
Nevt lou tSpilzanberg,
Twenty Ounce App'e,
lied Wine Sap,
I Hue Piarmain,
Mii hael II. nry Pippin,
und l ipii n,
Vicar of Winkfleid,
Duleh lu Angelean,
IniM llouue D.J sr.,
Pound Pear, 1
Fiue Gold of bummer,
Cue's Guideu Drop.
lied Carnation, I Downton,
lioyal Aim, I .May LMiKc,
ent (Ii, I anschaick,
111a. k Kagle, Black Moreilo.
Mv nursiry coininis-a about Forty Thourand
beautiful grafts of the foregoing varieties, of thrifty
growth from one to lliree yeais old. 1 have also a
nursery of abo'it Tneuly Thousand secdl njs w hich
1 wlsIi toaell. A. SlA.MUi.
Salem, Oct 2?d, lS.".C,-;Sn-Cin.
ICoiv on band, and for salo by tho Sub
100 Crates era kery,
.'.()() lbs erjsluliited white sugar,
12..' UU iis r or brown sugar,
l,tiUU " S. I. nigar, in kegs,
Jill) boxes soap,
5 bags entlee,
1 1) cases 1'rldu I 'uion tobacco,
100 tins wool fss'ks,
1,ol't) yds red prints,
3,000 furniture prints, damaged,
HID ps silk hki'n,
511 boxes Saleratus,
1 case honey,
101) boxes lea very cleap,
300 yds low price liusey,
2011 " merinos,
10 bales gunny boss,
40,001) lbs Liverpool salt,
30 doz brooms,
100 gross matches.
GEO. A11FUNETHY Sc CO.
Oct. 10, ISoC.
JsJotico to ell wlaora it may Concern.
MESSRS. Sprenger & Shunk.lale of llie Oro
. gun House, would respectfully request that
all knowing themselves lo be indebted to them,
would come forward and settle at their residence,
Oregon City, enquire of .1. N. Prcsi ott.
Oregon City, Oct. 18, '5b'-27-4w.
New Firm Uew Goods.
THE undersigned tuke this method of inlojin
ing the public that they have taken Ihe house
und have purchased the entire slock and fixtures
formerly used by F. S. HOLLAND, and hope by
strict attention tu business to retain the patronage
of the oli) customers and gain as many moio as
iVa are constantly in receipt of GOODS select-
oil wail tne greatest care, (as to price and quality,)
and ark confideul that our facilities will enable us
to orVeryrcuter inducements to all who want the
worth o( their money than any other house in the
city. We have, and are j mareceiving, auinveice of
consiirling in part of the following articles Cnche
eo.-f'aeitic, Hadley, Conestego, Philip Allen. Kail
River, Merriinse, and numerous ether PRINTS,
all late styles ; Lnghsh and rrench merinos, Ly
ons cloth; black, blue, purple, and pink alpacas,
jaconet, book, and Swiss muslin, a fine assortment
of laces and edging, velvet trimmings, &.C., do
mestic ginghams, blue, mixed, and gray satinet,
sheep's grey and fancy cloth, Milford and Bunker
Hill jeans, bleached and brown sheeting, brown
and blue drilling, denims, hickory shirting, black
velvet, also a fine lot of plaid dress goods, Brussels
carpet, Ac, Ave.
MEN tf BOYS' CLOTHING.
Blue, black, and brown cloth coats of the finest
quality, tweed business do., black cloth vests, a'fiae
iut of blk doeskin and satinet pants, all qualities
and sizes, rubber jackets, gray ever and under
shirts, white and hickory shirts, hula and caps.
BOOTS and SHOE S-men's, boys' and
youths' bouts, ladies', misses', and children's mo
rocco, goat, kid, and calf bouts and shoes.
Rio coHee, green and black tea, New Orleans,
Batavia, and crushed sugar, Fast Boston, Stew
art's, and China syrup, salt, 10 and CO lb. sacks,
nails, assorted sizes, soap Slid snap powders, pow
der and lead, cream tartar, yeast powder, salers
I us, chewing add smoking tobacco, oysters, prunes,
pepper sauce, oils, spices, starch, and euUn bat
ting, with a variety uf other groceries usually kept.
We have also a
Splendid Assortment of nooks,
such as the most approved works on Phrenology,
I'sYciiolofT. Hydropathy, aod Mesmerism, as ap
plicable lo all the Conditions of life, and peruiaiog
to the prevention and cure of all diseases also the
..Revelations of A. J. Davis, the Clairvoyant,"
w.tb all the other works by the same author
Also. S T A T I O N E R Y of all kinds. . Also,
PRESTON'S MAP OF OREGON and WASH
INGTON. W. DlEIsDORFF Co.
P. S. GOODS eivhatiired and the highest
market price paid for bolter, egys bacon, elis k
ens, floor, sad almost southing 'I" farmer has for
sale. ' w,M, D.oiOO.
OrfCi?y, October 4, 1555. J
IltiriK's .tinker V KJ(l!r.
rnlll. tulncr lrr lies lM,ijlit uut the e.lahl .Il
L meul lo.merly ownul l.v A. U. I ami I
ii ,s ramiairuu ll.r It.iitS L.SHtuii HA DOW.
yn eu.ni.s. ia all lis bran. lie. i Ilia MM.I'.Y
bTAIU.F belonging lo the sunabiuhimnt, is also
kejit up, win re IciMssiid earnsgesars Ouiisiauliy
keia fur ihaaecoininuilatien of Ills public. Horses
I'll at my siable, w.il aos.s Ui treated with psr
liruiar aonlt..u, and ittU frd. 1 l.ava been Con.
neoted with th tab..sbiurOt f..f s-.ina tour)arsl
and am nw iiermanemly I -rsie l, where I shsll si
wj)s be hsppy lu wait un all a lis liny fatnr ins
Willi a coll. vv. II. I Alt I !',
'llie be4 vt TIMOTHY H VY kipt Csuslaul
ly on hand.
Oregon Cily,0. t,18, lHuO-JTy.
T Will rentniy SAW Mil.!, and limner for
1. its uw, for nua ur more years, un very fnvoia
Lie leruu. Ttia vuiks aie in complete repair
ami there is an eVeinle.l etistuni to tins null, as
il runs a llliedryseaa.li.es well as nuxt of lbs
set saaum. Mr.iJy, teinra'e men wnn I'.llll
liss. fin now bsve a lir.t rs'.e rhauee lo ' niake a
rs:M." I w.ll sell some ef my fine h'ooded caitie
on g km! isruis. K VV1I) NFWSiiM
ManiNi Co., Peril. 0, lh.riii. S.'wS
We SXolmos Cl Co.,
( FIIIK I'llOOF Bum BUII.UI.XO.)
MAIS' ST., OltEVOX CITY,
J- FF.P eoiistmtly on hand a full orlment uf
JV His Mi.. ltv articles botll il01UAL,c.
and RETAIL I
A Isrge "'itl'v. ri'm'siiii!" partly of prints ef sll
k ads. nurinox, Kn"lti snd French nlpicas, do
lames, fancy and black s Ik, shectoit-s, shirtings,
I ckings, twee Is, tusaiiueres, cottiinades, hickurys,
deuiiiK, dr l;ii:K, satiuells, blue, black, grey, and
in. ltd, 6.C, Hi.
A well se!eti d assortment, in part consisting of
sugar, rell'i-a, tea, sirup, soap, candles, fruit, hour,
biiiii r, bacon, sp ec, pepwr, salt, auleralus, soup
pwd r, ink puwder, eat powder, (jiin powder, ae.
such as black fps k, snek, und shanghai coats, of
caa, mere, ea-sinitle, salt net, and cloth J Vests,
bull', silk, black satin, cloth, and cusimere, plain
and fancy ; pants, a lurge assortment uf doeskin,
caisimere, clu.h, jeans, aaliiiet, liuen, and nil other
kinds ; huts, caps ; over and under shirts i sto ks,
handkerchiefs, and cravats, aud a thousand other
lliiua-s, such as
LOOTS f,- SHOES,
women's coarse and tine boots, fins black and col
ursd Miters, sliwi, Ao.j inoii's'culf shoes, li;'ht
Slid heavy bioaits, k p aud calf boots, calf and
enameled gaiters, buys' and chiidiou's boots, shoes,
Also, nails, spikes, hammers, hatchets, saws,
SXes, seylhes, steels, squares, Stu., iVc.
tr The shove guv-is will be sold at the lowest
market rates. All kinds of produce taken ia ex
change for guods.
VM. IIOLMKS, I. If. JIALLOUY, A. 11 ILI.aND.
Sept. ID, lbub. '. 1
XTxa. O. Badger,
100 BATTKKY ST., C'OltNKK OP JinKCHtNTS,
SAS I R Ay CISCO,
O.IMPOr.TFIi uf every variety of Cloth.
SnJaiiing and Furnishing Go'Js ; also of Ducks,
Drills, Sheetings, Llui.kels, Hals, Boots and liro
g.ins, by recnil arrivals has received very large
invoices of the most desirable styles uf CLOTH
IG, aud il is the largest trot ever oll'ered in
this market. The Goods are manufactured under
my own supervision, and of the best inulciiul, well
cut, lurge sixes, und niudo iu tho must duruble
Traders from Ihe couutry are invited to examine
this heavy sicca, and they will, laid the piicis
Lowes than they cuu bo LunJ chewLera iu the
Purchase may rely on receiving the best and
most ru'eahle ;ouds, ns nnnh article is guarantied.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY prompi
ly an I carefully atleuded to.
10.001) paii-s assorted fancy casslmero pants,
10.00(1 ' assorted fancy and plaihsatii.el do.,
7 000 " " lii.eii pahts,
2,000 " " Gaiilyeiir'arnlber pants,
I.UoO Goodyenr's white rubber coats,
!"J0 cases Goudycar's long and short rubber
SOO " miners' boots,
1,000 do7ea rupertlanuel oversliirls,
300 " fancy csssimere overshirts,
1,000 " while shins,
COO ' ' heavy hickory shirts,
bOU " lieuvy check shirts,
300 ' Merrimack rliirls,
b'tlO " lambs' wool uudeishirts,
300 " regatta undershirts,
SOO " grey fiunnel uudeishirts,
4o0 " lambs' wool drawers,
250 " bleached drill drawers,
LMiO " overalls,
,'j00 ' Denim frocks,
1,200 " country -kuit wool socks,
I,o00 " heavy white and mixed cotton do.,
l.tlnO pieces super silk picket handkerchiefs,
100 dozen super black silk iicck.Tclncli,
JOO " c.imbrie haudkerehiefs,
300 " rubber belts,
j0 " buck glove,
400 " bueksiii gold bags,
1,000 doeskin business coats,
400 black clulh frock coats,
2,000 assorted overcuals,
GOO " p a cats,
3,000 silk, clulh, and velvet vests,
SO bales blue and white blankets,
SO ' A sheeting,
60 " drills,
30 " assorted duck,
f0 cases fine felt hats,
100 " strow hats. For rale by
WM. G. BADGER,
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse,
So. 109 jattory, cor. Merchant St., San Francisco.
N. B. No goods sold at retail. I8111J
GEO. Afli; rOKTHY & Co.,
OREGON CITY, O. T.
Abcrnctby, Clark 6t Co.,
COMMISSIOM AND FORWARIHNG MKKtHA.NTS,
San Francisco, Cel.,
Wilt itiienil tn Retlinr, Crerrnn nroiluce. and fill or
ders for Goods, Groceries, Ac, at the lowest rates.
The nalronnre of the neonle of Oreenn is re
spectfully solicited. Aug. 2.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE coportuership heretofore nisling between
the aubscriliers, uuder the firm of S. Marks a
Co., will be dissolved on the 10th of the present
month (October,) 18j6, by mutual consent. All
persons indebted tu said firm will please make pay
ment before closing up and all persons having ac
counts against the Same should present them before
the expiration of the lime specified.
tSA.VlUr.Li ill A lsn.7,
Oregon City, Oct 4, Is56. 2 5w2
WISH to sell four yoke of GOOD WORK
OXEN. Those wishing to buy work cattle
would do well to civs me a tall at my residence en
I'pper Mvialla, Clackamas county.
" it vi-iv.-nrr n
a. A. maul i.rfi.irf'
Sept. 27, l&iu. S4w5
11X;KET and table cutlery of first quuhly.lor
. sale by CHARM AM dj- WARNER.
DO sou want aiockingr yarn T n 0 have it.
a'ul-i CUARMAN A; WARNER.
REGON HAMS aid SHOULDERS for sale
by s!3 CUARMAN A; WARNER.
DR. OsgooJ's ln.liaChulagogue,and Dr.Jones'
AilKri an C'hoiagogue, at the
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
PRESTON'S SeMi-wil snd Casintr MAP of
OREGON and WASHINGTON TER
hlTOKI ES-for m bv
sgl CHARLES POPE, JV.
Wo Are now Receiving'
1 ND liavs in sloro
il, Jill sscks IU colTre,
hO whole aud hit bbls crushed sugar,
100 doi brooms,
U.iO box.s Fug. sap,
. loll ' class, e.s'J sins,
Tog' ther w ith a ceiierul assurim.-nt of crockery
liamwdio, boou aud shoes, paiuts and oils, Ae.
Ac, w hich ws utr.r fur sale si as low prices as
they can be purchased iu Oregon 1 emiui y.
W.M.C. DEMENT & CO.
Oregon City. Sept. 111.
rilfll. Orriion .M1II.112 and Transiiurlaiioii In.
.1. have rstal li.lied a Lt'MBIilt Y.lll)"i. tha
river bunk iu leur of the store of Allan, McK ulay
Lumber In laree or small quant. ties, Including
drrstad siding and llisiruig, can always be lud by
iipplicalion at the store ol
f ft A, UUl.liA.Mr.
(V'jnnCity, May 10, In.iO.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
fill IE copartnership heretofore existing between
J. ihe nos. r. hers under llie linn of IIaiisiow JV.
( o. was dissolved by mtilual consent August Hilh,
Ih.'iO. rersoua indebted will please make pay
ment taJos. Jlaislvw, who will receive all debts
duo tlio late firm.
Cenemah. Sept. II, 1S5(S. 21
S by himself, and would respectfully say la his
fr'euds ami the public generally that he is
thankful for past patronage, and Will continue busi.
new at the old stand, and will ever be ready tu
show his Goods lu llioie who mny favor him with
cull. Come one, come all, both great and small,
and civehiina call before iiiircli.uiie: elsewhere,
and rxaiuiiie for yourselves his splendid and select
DRY GOODS, rROVISIO.SS, CI.OTll
I.L!, HOOTS, SHOES, and CROCKERY,
Tea, Sugar, Cuffte, Spices, Ac, Ac, Hats, Nails,
liruoms, .Vi)., ami almost every tiling pertaining to
ceiicial line of biis.nfss. All kinds of country
produce taken in exchange. Country friends will
Iind it lo their advantugo to give me a call.
4 FRF.SH supply, and lint-rute assortment of
1Y full and half bound BLANK HOOKS.
just received m"Yoiht Amfricn" Pass Books,
Mieepsud 1 uek .Meiiioruiidums, iiloniliiy aim
Weekly Time Books, Receipt Honk, Shipping
aud Siorehouse, and Cnh Copying Presa Hooka,
School Writing Books, Miliiuturs Blanks, Notes,
Ui alts, Hills Lading, sVc, &.o.
Nuisy Carrier s Hook aud Stationery Co.,
N os. lit v: 00 Long Wharf, and 97
sep.C0-n3 Buttery St., San Francisco.
WE, iu addition to our Cmcery and Baking
business, have just received a good and
well selected stock of IHtY GOODS, such as
calicoes, muslins, iimus de laities, salinetts, tweed,
Kentucky jeans, Ao., A c alsoa good assortment
of flannels, bed licking, und drills, pinkot hand
kerchiefs, neckerchiefs. Ac., all of wliicli wo war
rant to be of the best quality, and will sell as low
as van bo bought at any other house iu the city.
We uy lo the farmers, wo can till your bills com
pletely, which will save you so much trouble iu
running around elsewhere. Call and see.
A Hg. 1 ti. Cli A i: A V ) IV A a 11 IS .
and eeneral assertmcnt of DRY-
OUDS. coiisUlitia of Do Luines, Jaconet,
Book Mnilin, croes-bitried Muslin, Edging, Inser
tion, Bablein Ladies' hose, collars, tf"., etc.
Also, BOOKS and STATIONERY.
CHARLES POPE, Jr.,
nug IG A'aiu St.
VThat's tlio Uao of Going Barefoot?
rpilE subscriber has opened a boot andshoeshop
X in this city, where inuking and mending will
be duuo to order ux shout kutico. I also keep
constantly on hund ready made boots and shoos,
which I will sell on tcusoiiublo terms. Thankful
for pusl favors, I still solicit a reasonublo share of
uutruuuge. Cull aud try us anyhow.
v . J. B. BLANriED.
OregonCity, Aug. 9, 1806. -17m0
WE are just receiving a qnainitv of DRY
GOODS, EARTHEN WARE, and al
most every thing else a niiin oan mentioii. Farm
ers would do Weil tu cull aud get their harvest sup
plies about now.
July ia. CUARMAN y WARNER,
M. at. LUCAS. SALTOM.
HOUSE, SIGN, & ORNAMENTAL PAIN
TERS, ic, .
HAVE received aud offer for sale,
4000 lbs Atlantic white lead,
350 gallons boiled linseed oil,
800 " raw "
3;l0 " turpentine,
2ti0 " Tilden'e No. 1 furniture Votnish,
150 ' . " " Coacll '
liOO " Japan "
1000 lbs of putty,
Ii doz Adams (i-10 brushes,
. C dor. sash tools assorted,
10 packs of leaf gold,
10 " " silver,
100 lbs of Sma'.l'e assorted colors,
3 gross of camel and sahlo hair pencils,
5S00 It of glass, 8x10, lOxIS, 10x14, 10x15.
Glased sash, any quaintly, of the following silcs
8x10, $3,25 per window,
10x12, 4,00 "
9x13, 4,00 "
10x15, r.,00 '
Messrs. L. It D. would respectfully call the at
tciniuii of Ihe trade and the public geneially to ex
amine their stock before purchasing elsewhere.
LUCAS & DALTON,
June 29, 1806. Front si., Portland.
70 bbli and hlf bhls N O segar,
30 ' " " crushed "
4000 lbs No 1 China "
10 hlf bbls Carolina rice,
15 " dried spples,
15 kegs " "
10 hlf bbls " peaches,
10000 lbs Liverpool salt,
10 cases table salt,
50 bbls Santa Crux lime,
S000 lbs manilla rope, nss'd sizes,
100 kegs nails, " "
6000 qr Hour sacks,
. C bales drillings,
IS cases oss'd pie fruits,
l " pickles,
20 bandies window sash, sss'd sizes,
24 pnnnel doors, " '
3 doz pol. grains scoops,
100 racks Rio coffee,
10 mats black pepper,
ID bales oakum,
100 single and double blocks, sss'd sizes,
6 grosa P A. M yeast powders,
10 d"i zinc wash boards,
SOU gals S.I. syrup,
4000 lbs white lead, pure,
500 " led "
40 gals Copal varnish,
15 doz piiut brushes, ass'd sixes,
15 "3 hooped buckets,
SOO gals boiled linseed oil,
100 ' raw " " '
Together with a good assortment of HARD-.
WA RE and CA Itl'ENTERS.' TOOLS. Ail
of w hich we proHse selling at prices to suit lbs
times. Call aud s-e for yo.inelves.
W.C. DEMENT A. CO..
Mai a ot poaite lbs Land Office.
Oregon City, A pri ij, lsj6.
Tresis Ors-suti Tiuiallijr -t-d.
1 fA BUSHELS just reeeitel an! for sale
lOU low by WM. C DEMENT 4 CO.
f RUSHES, scrub, hand, snd tooth; do hsir;
Ll loiot brushes, Ae.. for sale st iho-loraof
CHAR MAN WARNER.
r "ui v ss .--&., tsH-r t
Vboloealo a?rieei Currents
tsv ooo ns. , faiosai ksuip'Sss,
Sheetintr, 44....l!alCi I DO pr. clover N. Y.sost
Drilling 1-J' racsirr
U.sathoJ drilling l.i WI.eal, pr. tu ..
s.'iirtini:. Half Oms do
Strlpid do ' ('.''Potatoes i'o
Tni lef ...HuloOniisis do ...... 00s7.'
Dennis ).' I t'tir .',
Blue drill iig I I Com Meal, fresh G
Fluid liusey Wiso;j ravir.
Snliitel "Uuilli, " dried At KJslo
Keiilucky Jeans,, .I'm I.VI'eachns, I'lii d do 10
..tua,ir do peal. d..
i " Cluli. dred.
n!ite and white.,
Blue and orange..
IV Pork, clear none.
,.ruo; nuts SUin'M
Furniture do I'hil rHains to-
do. wtde.l'Jt'Bucuu Ii!
M. do la'nv I lu-' ii rowiie.
Ghiiihams lou'-'i llauird, pr ca 515
I ' ' g til II
Table dniiiual;......'i0a;.ii shut.
cloths ti.'o8'l rrii!l sites rSJs.T
I.lsh linens Iba$ I. Buck ton.' J
CI.UTIIIMI. I lai'i.
Sheep gruy pants .i3.'Par
Hslinel do. .('Jlait.VMiile lea. I. in oil.,
aiioyeasa. do. ,..fyi$ coaiaiii.
Black os?. du. ti.'iaV Manilla, small
Reddin'l shirts 81 lair" lurge
lue do. du. ftloiiltvlkinp
Hickory shirts St ca.iiiles.
Calico do 8'Jul'J Adinsntine....,
soots A. siloes. iSpenu
Men's kip bools$vJ-i.lJ ciuass.
super do. iM... .ft Havana jsnun-o
line sevvid r.i German ftlOu'.'i
Bovs' kip bouts S- Aiiicricun St-OsoU
' he'vy w'x dujtlji'.'? ' tobscco.
Mens' b-ti's pr. dur-il7 Pride of tho Uulti.4"a Wi
" kipbrg s pr doj.rjl.i) nun Jtia...i
" ralfsevre.l do. . 0 1 ; Luko's: 37
Won.eu'sh'vv all's. I3( uasowass.
line do Jst;, Sin-vein
.. fil tstfi
Coffee Haiti Axes
Tea MitlutS Mill saw s...,
Sugar.no.l Chi'a ... It 3C eutsaws.
10 fable cutlerv, 10 pcrcl
.lOulli; Bilvuuee oil N- Y.eosl
14 'Pocket cutlery, 3 prct
. $l."o! a,dvance.
Do Other ailich of hard-
I warefioni SO to iOpr
..3o3 ct advance.
Syrup E Boston.
do. S Island...
. :t:i4 Nails,nss'd Ms,prkg $9
Sandwich l.SaU.. Sal's'
Pepper t Sn
Allspice 40 Lump SHaW
Ciniiainen fit'uPll Liusred boil S.'i-t
Soup iiall,T'urpentiiie prgnll $l
TJ. S. MAIL LINE.
PorllntMl and Aalorln.
The S,.l. n,li,l Steamer Qt
WJ LL continue tn run regularly between Port
land and Aslorin, tic Vancouver, twice a
week, leaving Portland on Monday and Thursday
mornings of euch week fur Astoria s and Astoria
for Portland, mi Tuesday and Friday mornings,
touching Vancouvks.St. IIklesb, IUimks.Catiis
LAUiiT, &c, each way. For freit-hl or passage, .
apply to U. HOYT, Master.
jolC- OrntHoyl s Wharf-boat, Portland. ,
Citlzt-nt' Lino of h'tcamcra.
ai-ei n PORTLAND. Capt. Mcrsav,
:t'," 1 i.velMlPIHP. Jamirhon.
T.ar.A a.-s 1 1 '
n i eoiineetion. the Portland leaving
PORl'LAXD tlailv (Sunda)s excepted) fur Olo.
gun Cilv at 10 u'cluok, s. M.,th Eiilerprise mas
king semi-weekly trips to COliVALLIS, leaving
CANE.MAll oil Mondays ut ti o'clock a.m., aud
Thursdays at ! f. M. . ;
IT All freight lor the obovo lino will be receipt ,
ed fur at Hoyl'e Wharf Boat, Portland.
ARCHIBALD JAM1ESOS. ,
Feb. 1G, 1856. 4f
-!T COCHRAN, CASSADY & Co.,
under tha name and style of tha
YamkiU Company, urs now running the steamer
J. Clinton, of about 00 lens burthen, Hum ex
pressly fur llie Yamhill trade.' Will leave CANE-
.11 A II on Mondays, weitnesuays, auu rnuay.,
ti a. at. Freight charged by ' snip inensurenieui. -
COCIIRA N. CASSAU 1 f cu.
Oregon City, Nov. , '50. ' .oltf
ilT'inirn.-trtrer, Wholeialt and Retail Deo'.tt id
COOK AHI PAKLOK STOVES,
TIN t COl-rES WAIIB, iiakdwask, ac, , i
MaiuSt., opposite Main Street Hotel,
OREGON CITY, O. T.
Stennibout unci jabbing work attended to with
dispatch. ' '
Orders from the country promptly filled. je7
n Drugs, rCcdicines, Faints, Oils,
M nttheOliKGON Cll'Y DRUGSTORE,
aepl5 Main Street, Oregon Cily.O.T. '
. WrSI KHH IIOTKL,
tCJv.B Morrison st., between Front ami First its.,
JjeJUL PORTLAND, O. T.
Charges reasonable. S.D.SMITH,
March 15. 18.-i6-B Proprielrir.
W. P. Burns,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKER,
O K E O 0 N C I T V", O, T.
IT Strict attention paid to repairing, and sntis
faction to patrons warranted. frbfMJ
. ZUXorris Thomas,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
Jlfiiia ., nearly oppoiiti llnlmet if Co.'t.
Trans or siiivinh, so.
Shaving twleo a week, one shampoo, hair
trimmed oin e, per month, 00
" nilCO a Wees, uiie eiiniiiuuu, unir
trimmed once, " r mouth, 1
Haircut ami dresned,'
Shaving, mill hair dicssod,
Oregon City, April S, 1830-51
Persons desirous of g 'lung good work done will
do well tu give me a cull, as my whole lime it de
voted lo the repealing of Chrono ueter, Ltvcr,
Duplex, end Horizontal watches.
Ail assortment of Jewelry on him 1.
jewelry made to ord. r, ami repaired.
Prices ti. suit the timet. I am thankful for past
favors, and hope to give satisfaction in future.
IT 1,0. at. d at the old stand, oojiosite theTel
egraphOir.ce, OREGON CITY. Feb. 2.
" Bo xSorchants and Bnippors.
mi IK OREGON MILLING & TRAXS
X POUTATION CO. have adopted the follow
ing tariff of charges, wlinh will be sdlicrid to till
further notice :
Transportation ef merchandise or produce
from boat lo 'joat al works, per ton, SI 00
Storage of Same less lliau live days, no charge.
over 5 A less than 15 days, -'J
1, . 1, ., j;, - - 'M " 60
Each aUiiiiional hall mouth or less will bo
cUrged.p,r,.n, ft TENTLAND, Ag'u
Linn City, May 10,lt-i-
Caitemub, !f av. 25, 133.
rS hand and for sale, low, for eaan or prouueo
J PainU A lead,
fi d do in oil,
bile do -lithar?u.
Cotnmoa and permanent green potty, e'ess.
JNO. P. BROOKS.
'HO pick fancy shoes, silher laJius' or gealle
JL ran'; call at
a al CHARMANi; WARNER.