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TlIlllOLB SuKPEttlMO O.N TIIK Pl.AINi.
A orrepoiiJuntof lbs St. Louis ItppuMic-
tin, writing from InuVpenilenco, Mo., under
tint, of January -ih, givci further pariicu
Jar of llie ttrrililo.iiirrrinjj'of ihe Mormon
crossing the I luiii", went ward. Tlio Salt
Lake mail, which arrived at InuVpuiiuVnce
on the 20lh, met one of the Mormon train
near Dean River, other having nlready an
rivrd at ihnir destination in gwd condition,
The correspondent ny :
The fourth and fif h train were tnut at
the three craning of Sweet Water, in n
very diircrent condition from l hose in nd
vance. 'I'bey Were Miffiirin'; beyond
measure, fir the want of roviiioti, ami nn
account of the cold, They were vory Imillv
clothed, and in consequence of the hard
hipit. manr of tliem were dying ; in ono
Camp, the buried fifteen in one day. 'I'll
mode of burial, iiiiice thuy cnnnol dig the
frozen ground, n to lay the b'xlie in lioa n,
pile over them willow and lieu ol
Got. Hriiuam Young learning some
thing of lliuir condition, dispatched ionic
men and provision to ihcir relief; but
there were met by the mail party return
ing to the city agnin, having bun turned
back by the violence of the stoniis t ln.y
encoimterrd. What the poor creature
will do or what will becomu ol tliem, it it
hard to tell. Under delusions, they have
left their homes, in foreign land, nnd to
nliofy a whim of the Governor, undi nook
a, journey of thou-niid of miles, not hull'
provisioned or fitted for a tiip, thut even in
good weather is ditlicult enough, let alone
I this inclement season ot t lie year.
These deluded creatures started on
their perilous trip hy I he advice of Hrijj
ham Young, who protended ho had a rev
elation authorizing them to innke the trip
with hand carts during the winter.
(7 There will be a public address delivered
by A. lloLsnooK, IV. , upon Odd-Fellowship, at
the Odd-Fcllow' Hull, at 7 o'clock next Tuesday
evening, March 24lh. T. Ciiahjian, N. G.
bethel Institute I'.xaiuluaUon ana Exhi
bition,. We respectfully announce tn the friends of EJ.
Ucalion snd the public generally, llml the pupils of
lielhel luititule "ill give a public examination
ud exhibition nt the cluso or llio present lerm,
Vu Friday, the 3d day of A ril next. Tl.ec.tum
fhalioh will commenc e at 9 o'c lock a. in., and the
exhibition at 5 p. ni., precisely, and all are soliciteJ
to title nd.
The next term will commence on the first Mon
day of April following.
T. R. IUanisos, Teacher.
Bethel Institute, March 31, Ic"."i7.
Ma eh I2lh, by Rev G. ii. Atk u.-on, Mr. Wil
liam Si.saia lo Mm Jane Williams.
March l'-'th, by the mine, Mr. William Mof
fat to Mias Julikttb K. U auiiam.
yyiLL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SATURDAY, 28A. IX ST,
t 10 a.m., at llio house of the tulmeriber, all his
amoii whivh are the following:
One Sofa, Itimuii, Centre Table, Chairs,
Feather JJrds, JInir Mattress, I.'ed
steads and Bedding, Carpets,
Kitchen Furniture !x . fc.
3. N. UANKEtt.
Oregon City, March 21, lbo7. A'J .
I INTEND (o leave for tho States early in
April. Thoso who havo unsettled liuines
with mo will please to embrace llie opportunity for
settling up. I shall also lie Imjipy In attend lo any
business Last that may be entrusted lo niv charge.
J. N. BANKER.
Oregon City, March 21, 1S.7. 4!)
JUST received hy llio subscr hers,
8200 yds Merriniac and Cocheeo prints,
' 1 "00 ' Kitiuets, blue and mixed,
1,111 1 cotlon nuip,
50 coils in. mills rope,
131 bund cs map paper,
5." cases Konlu.kv ril!e powder, FFF.G.
March 21. G. AUERNliTIi Y & CO.
Young's Improved Smut IVZills.
THREE of these. SUPERIOR smut mills
now on hand and for rule by
G. AUKRNETHY i CO.
Oregon City, Mnr.h SI, 18-7.
At War with Hard Times!
HARD TIMES DEFEATED!
CIIARMAN & WARNER, who, in addition
to their usual LARUE STOCK of
Dry Goods usid Grorerii,
r about receiving per bark Metropolis and Mat
thew Vn.wnr, the follow ing new supplies, vis:
100 boxes English soap,
100 Aiiicr.cuu da, assorted brands,
fill " adamaiiliue candies,
25 " sperm do.
10- " wax candles, assorted colors,
3000 lis No. 1 Hatavia sugar,
4000 ' No. 1 Manilla do.
4000 ' Costs Uicu, Rio, and Jura coflle,
100 ' Dome's domestic ground do.
AO dux asKortcd sjitcs, in buttles,
6 ' Kil!ith aw'd ranees,
6 1 do do pickles,
10 1 American do da
Si) cases pie fruit,
50 boxes Windsor ((lass, ass'd sizes,
100 kegs nails, all sizes,
600 lbs codfish,
6 Iilf bl.'." mackerel,
10 bbls lime,
1 case tobacco,' Pride of llie IVioa,'
I do d" 'Coimnercittl,'
1 4a do 'Hone dew,'
1 ds do 'Natural leaf
sTi gross smoking tobacco,
4 dot tomato ketchup,
6 pepper sauce,
tO kegs dr.ed apples,
2 bbls plaster par's,
Together -with a well-selected assortment of Dry
Goods. BOOTS, SHOES, and ready made
CLOTUISG, which we offer as LOW as any
house in Oregon, either wholesale or retail.
Terms cash, or produce taken in exchange at
the highest market rates. March 21, 1&57.
1ULL assortment of Ysnkee Notions at
1 mh2t CIIARMAN & WARNERS.
M ex. quality ciprs. .
CHAKMAN & WARNER.
OAAA LBS. assorted ean.ly.
oiUUU CJIAR.VAX r WARXER.
TUOSE WISHING IIORS
printed, would do well to send ts
I to Tn Askcs
om. ai m. have the finest liOlt.SK CI' f in
the Territory. March 7. It57.
THO pick fancy shoes, either ladies' or p-ntle-JL
ro a s, call at
u:6 CIURXAS $ WAKfER S.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
Mil IK copurtni-r.il p herclolors existing between
.1. the subuc'Hliers umhr tho lirm of UNOP It
t.'OOK was dissolved by miiliisl ohiimiiI Msroli
Mill, IS:7. 1'ersous indebted will pleoe make
payments to A. Cook, who will receive all debts
due the Isle firm. , C. UOOI'.
liutlevilla, March 11, 18.M-4D A. COO.K.
1 8 my wife MAIIY ANN has left my bed
1 V. and board without just cainw, I forbid all per
sons tru'luiif her en my account, as I w.ll py no
d.l.Uof her coiiiracliug. J. 11. IIOLTt'.N.
MurcliUI, IB07. 411
J V H T It E C K 1 V Ii I),
tJ a splendid lot of
CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES,
Dry-Good ol nil Description".
We can now fill almost any bill a fanner n.ay call
for. Cull and see.
March 14. CJIAUMAX & WARXER.
Oi m-K or A. A. C. 8 . Kort Dull, s. O. T.,
March 4, lr-57.
IJUOPOSAM will be received at Ih s od'.cs on
or before the 31st iimi. for the supply of llie
U. S. Troops ut I'oit Walla-Walls wild r'RKSIl
IIIIEK foroim year, coiiiineiieing May lsl, 18.',7.
Iteef lo be delivered in such ananlilii-s. and nt
such times, its the commanding ollicer inny duect.
necas anu suuiiks exciuacii.
JAMKS VAN VOAST,
1st Lieut. Si. Act'g Awt. Com. of Subs.,
March 1 1, Hi7 4wl 9.h Infantry.
W. T. MATLOCK. w. 0. JUIIKSu.V.
Matlock l Johnson,
ATT0UNEY3 & COCJfSELOIW AT LAW.
And Solicitor! in Chancer;,
WILL promptly attend lo any business which
may be rninmilted to their profrssioual
churi;o bofore the Diatrint and Supreme Courts.
(.'line in ll ghtii'ltl s building, miuiediatcly op-
poite the Main Street Iloune.
Oreonn City, JIar.;h 7, 1S57. 47y
A T TEXT I OX E VEIl Y BODY I
Linn City Waking Up!
rilUE puhlio nro hereby resjieetfully informeil
JL thut, besides tho imprnremeuls completed or
in progress st this place such ns the new mill, a
p'ank walk from the mill lo she ferry, ic, Ac , s
commodious KTOKK Ims been filled up, and it ell
Hocked with NEW GOODS, by the under-
s (rned, who is alwuys on hand to nccouimodalu
cutoniers with almost anything they may want
in the line or
Dry Goods, Stationery,
Loolt if- Shoes, Hardware,
Cigars, Ac. Lc.,
All of which will be sold at the
03" LOWEST PRICES' j$
Kent and other expenses being less at this place
limn nt Oregon C'ilv, I cm on I ici1 inaku il fur
the interest of persons to trudo lice, in preference
to croKxuig the river, lor that puijio o. Only just
v s!t, onct. the
"Iiinn City Store,"
unci vouslnill bo convince. I of I lis fuel.
ID' All kinds of l'ri duce tuki-n in exchange fur
Goods. 110 11 1: If T II. JIKOUGUTON.
hum City. Mur.h 7, 157. 47
To Produce Shippers.
THE HAIilv OCEAN BUlO, now iu
tk4 Hie riecr, Wni iouu nun preuuee lur o.-tji
iilSIrKANClSCO. As nan ol her cargo is
nlieudy ciigngi'd, e.u'y upplicutioii will be neces
sarx. '1 he O. esn llird will be succeeded by the clip
per bulk "June A. f'alkeiiberg."
March 7, 1S5;. 47w4
4 LL porMins inlere-ti'd will pleuse li ke notice
il thin the first Tuetduv in Ap.il next is ap-
piinUd l ni.iko liuul selllcinent with Fruiices
I rvoii,ceenir x of tlu lust will mid testament of
Suc:ulesll. Trycn, lale of Cluck nuns county, do
ceased. UOIiEUT CAL' FIELD.
Kb 2H, 1S.7-16w3 Judge of I'robate.
Elr. Tout's Sshccl.
THE NEXT TE11M of this School will com
MONDAY, APRIL C, 1857.
Terms, iuclud'ng bnnrd, tuition, ns of books,
&.c , nro from Iy3j in Sod for a session of eleven
weeks. None taken for has thuo one half of a
term. No ileducl oil mnilo.
To all lnsie who will cheerfully use tiie propi-r
exertions to acquire knowlrdife, and will strive to
be gr-niienmnly in their deportment, the proprietor
)lfu"cs himself that tho instruction given shul! not
be tccond tn any in the country. Tlioao who w ish
to pay a part of their expenses by labor, eun do so.
x JOltJI D. i-usr.
Oregon City, Feb. 14, 1 857. 44w9
T HAVE JL'ST liECEIVED, per sir.
T V ('olumbitt and burk Nuhunikeug, tho fol
lowing good :
ftiin lui cotton vnrn,
5000 yds bro. drill,
10 case boots and shoes,
25 h!f bbls .ll ie I apples,
ilO kes E. B. syrup,
10 diiz Jlnliimore oysters,
20 ' pic fruits,
20 " fresh peaches,
25 boxes rutins,
ItlO kes nails, ass'd sizes,
10 doz glass lanterns,
Scoop ulioveU, li! chains, tVc, etc.
Feb. I I, '57. U .1. C. DEMENT & CO.
Sacks! Sacks 1
rTMIE undersigne.t has consumly on hand at his
X siick manufactory in Oregon City, SACKS of
all junl ties and sizes, which will be sulci as low ns
thev can bo bought in the territory. Orders from
a distance promptly attend, d tn.
Oregon City, January 10, 1857. ' y
We C. Cement & Co.,
WnOLKSALE & RETAIL
Deakr3 in Groceries, Hardware,
Boots s S fioe3, Crockery, etc,
rPENDER their thanks to tliclr numerous cus
1, tomers lor their p.iet liberal patronage, and so
licit a continuance of the same.
Thev lake pleasure in infuiminj the public that
thev hare now on hand a large and desirable
stock of Groceries, Hardware, lioott and Shoes,
Crockery, and Boat Stores, to which they are
makinz constant additions from New York and
Jan Francisco, purchased for caA only, and are
enabled to sell at lower prices than any other store
The .Hew Cniilund Mutual
LITE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Organized in 1843, ana? having a capital
and accumulated pre ml urns amount
ing to over $1,003,099.,
"IT7II.L take risks in Oregon, for a term of
V years or for life. Dividends of profits to
those insured are declared every live year. In
surance may be effected for the benefit of married
women and children, beyond tho reach of :redit
ors of the party insnred. Creditors nwy insure
the liTesof debtors. Rj.tes m Oregon will be the
sutne as in New England.
This is the oldest American Mntnsl Insurance
Company, and is one of the most reli-ible and suc
ccssful, and insures 011 the mcxt favorable rate.
Information may be obtained from, and applica
tion fur insurance rmuie lo,
Azent f Oregon.
Consulting PlwHeians Forbes Barclay, M.D.,
Orejon Citv. an! R. B. Wilson, M. D., 1-orland.
Oreznn City, Jan. 3 1 , 1 42
LBS. pure Beeswax f sale low by
.31 HVfC PEXEXTk CO.
Oregon City University.
Ma. V. JOHNSON Jc Mis Jl'MA JOHNSON
"lII.r. enter upou their scnoml term, In ihs
y V I'limury Drpsrlment ef the Oregon City
l niversiiy, on Mti.MIA V. the bliCOMi DAY
OK 1 UliltUAUY MCXT.
It is lu tho advautiige of sttideiit to enter as
cany lu llie term as puMiMe.
A Krlion of lime is spent every week lu teach
iug the rudiments of Vocal Music.
Tuition, per term vf eleven Kecks $j 00
Jan. 21, 18.'i7-4l mi tec. Uomdof Truolres.
L Jan. 21. VV M. C DEMENT Si CO.
Siut ItTcit 'd,
1 r TONS Sun Quenlin snlt,
A.J In I sucks Liverpool suit,
fill bbls lim..,
fid ki'irs s nip,
fit) mats sugar,
Ui sneks coll'ee,
A bbls viuegur,
2.1 boxes soup,
2U bales drills,
5 " sheilinjs,
1 1 cases boots.
Jan. 17. 'i7w0 G. AUF.RNETHY CO.
Ori uoa l.oduo Ko. it, I. O. O. I'.,
MEETS ut their Hull over the Oregon City
Uriijf Store every Wednesday evening at
7 o'clock, llrathren In g.wl standing are invited
lo vis 1. T1IOS. CHAKMAN, N. G.
C. Swuirra, Hec'y. 31
rvzLiTZTinis salts noout,
(One door below L. Snow & Co.'s, Front st.,)
Constantly receiving, and on hand,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
Ever Offered in Oregon!!
Iluving hu.l sereial ye ars' experience, I am pro
pared to roll
AS CHKAP AS, IF NOT
Cheaper than has tecr heretofore been offered
on the Tacilio coast !
C CALL AND EXAMINE FOR TOUHSFLVM. XI
Portland, January 10, 1857. 10m
Books for tho Holidays
JUST RECElVElXamong which
wJ.H"'ure 1 . 8. Arthur s works, bhakxpeaie,
V..-ii. v (Jit 1' I1UOKIS, Tokeus, liohmsnii
Crusoe, Dlury and Correspondence of Ani.si Luw
rciice, Hurper's e.titiou of Macaulay's History of
Knglun.l, and many other vnluuble works, hand
somely bound ulso, a general lssortinent of 1'ock
et Diaries for 18,',7. For sulo by
On gon City, Nov.29. C. TOPE, Jr.
DIVISION NO. 5!)3 OF THE N. E P. U.,
SALEM, O.T., will keep for sale
Dry Goods, fai-uiM'i'tas Root and
Mn', I'rotliK't', ilc.
In part the trade will be characterized by
1. Designedly no inferior gondst
2. Ileasouuble and uniform prices: the child
will get as much for its ncny as the parent;
3. The poor man's friend, no ciikuit;
4. The dishonoring practieo of mixing good
with inferior produce to make It saleable, will be
. 5. Being usi-ociate i fanners, will generally be
able to answer demands fi 0:11 a distuuee, iu the
articles ouls, poiutoes, wheut, flour, ace. ; when
not on hand, bought to order.
Orders carefully tilled, or otherwise properly at
tended to. C. HOEL, Agent.
balem, Dee. 27, lcjG. 37lf
JUST R EC HIVED,
PER BARK "OCEAN ntRD,"
And for sale, by the undersigned,
f .(f lbs Costa R'cacofl'ce, a very supe
OOVJvJ rior article,
40 kgs pure while lead, pepper sauce, in glass,
yellow ochre, opera "
boiled linseed oil, in tins olives "
and b-u'rcls, honey,
raw do. do. do. China preserves, in jnrs,
China sugar, nos. 1 & 2, , green peas, iu tins,
crushed " in hlf bbls oyaters, "
brown shect'ng. C-4, figs, in drums,
manilU rope, jj 3,2J,2, Zuuie currants,
H, and 1 inch, Aluluga raisins, (lnycr)
cast steel, ahuondM, soft shell,
pie fruits, ass'd, in glass, walnuts,
English input suuees, " olive oil, (Pluguiol's)
" lish flo. " cheese, in tins.
ALLAN, McKlNLAY .J- CO.
Orogon City, December 30, 1850.
S)I TONS "San Qucntin" SALT, in about
v 80 ami 100 lb. bags, just received and for
Kilo very cheap at
ALLAN, McKlNLAY j- CO.'S.
Oregon City, Dcc.C, IB.,6.
IF YOU WANT a really good article of COF
FEE, the undersigned huve got
13,000 lbs. best "Cokta Rica."
Come iu and look ut it.
ALLAN, Mi: K INLAY $ CO.
Oregon City, Dec. I), 1 856.
What's tho Use of Going- Barefoot ?
flMlE subscriber has opened a boot and shoe shop
L in this city, where making and mending will
be done lo order on siioht None. I nlo keep
conluntly on hand ready made boots and shoes,
which 1 will sell on reasonable terms. Thutikful
lor past favors, I still solicit a reasonable share of
putruuuge. Cull aud try us anyhow.
J. U. It LAN TIED.
Oregon City, Aug. 9, 18.".6. 17mb'
Wo aro cow Receiving
1 ND have in siore
0 sacks llio coffee,
80 whole and hlf bbls crushed sugar,
30 " " "AO "
100 doz brooms,
260 boxes Eng. so.ip,
100 " glass, an'd sizes,
Together with a general assortment of crockery,
hardware, boots and shoes, paiuts and oils, 6lc,
cVc, which we offer for sale at as low price as
they can be purchased in Oregon Territory.
WM.C. DEMENT Jc CO.
Oregon City, Sept. 19.
I WANT to rent my place for one or
two years, one mile from Mr. l'isrt's
.School, and two and a half mile from Oregon
City- There are five acre well set with timothy,
and there will be about six acres to cultivate.
Fruit of all the various kind. Good houxe anj
outbuilding. Terms made easy. Apply soon.
Jan. 24-4Uf JAS. G. SW.YrFOKD.
Ui.'tckimitbi nud oilier, Look
1 LLAN, McKlNLAY At CO. have now on
2x. hand a lorge and well selecled stock of
Bar Iron, Cast Steel,
Hons shoe do., German do.,
N.i il rod da, Plough do.,
and intend to keep np the assortment so as to suit
the want of customers. Give ns a call, and you
will find that we not only have the fullei Mock,
but will sell "a cheap as the cheapest." We aie
Constantly receiving addition to oar assnrtineut,
so a to replace wliot is sold. Dec. 6, 'fi6.
JCsT RECEIVED, a new upplyof Rio ud
Java Coflee, Puce, Sogar, S! Sod. 4.C.
nov29 C. POPE. Jr., Man-
t GOOD INDIAN H'.K.-E. Piice $50
i'L Ata lyto C. POPE.Jr,
Oregon City, Nov. 52. Msi stret-t.
Drt. Of good's IodlaCholsgogcie.aod Dr. Juce'
Ain'rKon Cholsgogue, at tli
C?ErrCN CITY FRvG STCPZ.
More Mew Ooodi,
AT CHAKMAN & WAHNgRS.
IN ADDITION TO Ollt USUAL 8TOCK,
we have just received, direct from Kan Fran-
Cisco, good aud suitable supply ot
Goods for this Sinson of the Year,
which we offer fur sale at price which cannot be
beat in this market. Our slock consists iu part of
400 lb sal soda,
fiO boxes lluglnh soap,
fiO " Cha. IMI's soap,
2e) doz corn slarch,
if") caes P e fruil,
13 11 pleklcS,
U dot honey,
8 ' lobrtera,
1 3 " oysters,
20 hlf bids N O sugar,
4 bids Sandwich Isluud syrap,
10 hlf bbls dried apple,
8 ril mackerel,
2000 lb stick candy,
&00 " fancy do.
1 case Gullipishor toys,
1 " Geiiuan toys,
400 His ulmonds,
12 hlf box. raisins,
C whole buses do.,
43 pr good Muckinuw blanket,
2000 yds browli heeiliug,
2u00 ' calico,
Hoot nud shoe of every description.
The above, with our usual assortment, we think
render our stock cnmplele. Call and s us.
Terms ca.h. CIIARMAN f WARNER.
Dccemlier 20, 1806.
THE PUOPItlETOU OF
TIIE FRENCH STORE
in this city, tukes this method to Invite the public
to call Slid examine bis stack of GOODS.
He lias now nn h ind, aud will continue lo receive
by almost every steamer, a fine assortment of the
best quality of goods, which he is determined to
sell os cheap as anybody else, if nut a little
The Lndics I'arliotilur,
aro requested to come where they will find the best
and LATEST FASHIONS of Dress Goods, of
Ho has, and is constantly receiving, UK!
GOODS, consisting ia part of the following
articles Cocheco, Pacific, Dudley, Conestegn,
rliiltu Allen, hall Kiver, Mermnacand numerous
other PRINTS, all lute style; English and
trench merinos, Lyons cloth 1 black, blue, purne,
and pink alpacas, jaconet, book and Swiss niiwliu,
a tine assortment of lace and edging, velvet trim
ings, eVc, d.imestio ginghams, blue, mixed, and
gray salinet, sheep' grey and fancy cloth, Milford
and Bunker Hill jeans, bleached and brown sheet
ing, brown and blue drilling, denims, hickory shirt
ing, black velvet, alson fine lot of plaid dress goods,
Brussels carpet, cVC.,cVC.
Men & B.y' Clothing.
ISlue, black, aud brown cloth coat of llie finest
quality, tweed business do., black cloth vest, a fine
lot of blk doeskin and satinet pants, all qualities
and sizes, rubber j.ickols, gray over ami uuder shirts,
while and hickory shirts, hats and cap.
HOOTS & SHOES men's, boys' au.l youths'
boots, ladies', mines', and children's morocco, goat,
kid, and calf boots aud shoes,
It is 110 trouble to show goods, and he will al
ways be happy to tee hi customer, whether they
purchase or uut.
UUUb.M!. L.A l'UKr.51.
Oregon City, Pec. 6, I8.1G. 34in7
Tffcw Firm---Hew Ctoodsi
rpHE undersigned tuke this method of inform
L ing the publio that thuy have taken the house
unci have purchased the entire stock and fixtures
formerly used by F. S. HOLLAND, and hope by
strict attention to business to retain tho patronage
of the old customers und gain a many more as
We aro constantly in receipt of GOODS select
ed with the greatest cure, (as to price and quality,)
and are cunfident that our facil.lie will enuble us
to oiler greater inducements to all who want the
worth of their money llinu any other house iu the
city. Wo have, and are just receiving, an invoice of
consisting in part of the following articles Coche
eo, Pacific, Hadlcy, Cuiicstego, Philip Allen, Fall
Kiver, Merriniac, and niimerni other PRINTS,
all late styles ; English and French meriuos, Ly
ons cloth; bluck, blue, purple, aud pink alpacas,
jaconet, book, and Swine muslin, A fine assortment
of laces and edging. Velvet trimming, etc, do
mestic giughums, blue, mixed, and gray satinet,
sheep's grey and fancy chilli, Milford aud Bunker
Hill jeans, bleached and brown sheeting, brown
and blue drilling, denims, hickory shirtiug, black
velvet, ulso a fine lot of plaid dress goods, Brussels
curpel, etc., etc.
MEXfy HOYS' CLOTIIIXG.
Blue, black, nnd brown cloth coal of the finest
quality, tweed business do., black cloth vests, a fiue
lot of blk doeskin and salinet pants, all qualities
and sizes, rubber jackets, gruy over and under
shirts, white and h ckory shirts, hat and caps.
BOO T S und SHOE S mon's, bay' and
youths' boots, ladies', misses', and children's mo
rocco, gout, kid, and cull boots and shoe.
Rio coffee, green nnd black tea, New Orleans,
Hatavia, and crushed augur, East Boston, Stew
art's, and China syrup, salt, 10 and 80 lb. sacks,
nails, assorted sizes, soap and soap powder, pow
der and lend, cream tartar, yeast powder, salera
tus, chewing add smoking tobacco, oysters, prunes,
pepper suuee, oils, spices, starch, and cotton but
ting, with a variety of other groceries usually kept.
We have also a
Splendid Aorlincnl of Uook,
III part as follows :
Washington Sl his Gun- McKenzie's Receipt,
erah, Religious Encyclopedia,
Napoleon & his msrsh'ls, Bible Hiitory,
Rollins' Ancient History, Sketches and Skeletons
1 4 vols., of sermons,
Border Wars, Wicklism's School Reg-
Life en the Plains, ister,
Frontier Life, Dick Wil- Stevens' book of the farm,
son, United Hlntes' History,
Fruit Culture, Natural History,
Land Mromre, Parley's Geography,
American Debater, Stoddard's Mental arith.
Mapping plates, Towers' algebra,
liailro id and Uoads, Thompson's high school
Teaching, and mental arithmetics,
Fuller's Works, Webster' and Sanders'
Practical Landscape new scries school books,
Gardening, Webster' large family
Bojhood of Great Xlon, Dictionary,
Archbishop, Irviii's cyclopedia of
Mercantile Morals, moral and religious
Youat, horse and cattle anecdote,
doctor, Mechanic's companion,
Small agricultural works, liibles, of all sizes,
With many other valuable books.
PRESTON'S MAP OF OREGON and WASH
INGTON. A Fresh Supply of Stationery :
Day. Books and Journals, Memorandums of all
size, note, letter, cap, and bill paper, envelope,
nsns and pencils, slates, writing books, etc.
Wjt. UlliltDOItFF ls Co.
P. 9. GOODS exchanged and the highest
market price paid for butter, eggs, bacon, chick
ens, flour, and almost anything the farmer ho for
ule. W.M. D. & CO.
Oregon Ciiy, October 4, IMS. y
UnrueM Maker V Saddler.
riMlE subr-fcib-r has bought out the estahl'sh
X ment formerly owned by A. K. Poet, and is
now csrryingon llie II A RNESH aud SA DDI.E
AYbiuan. ia all it branches; tho LdVKltY
STABLE belonging to the esisbluhimnt, ia also
kept up, where hone and carriages are constantly
ke pt for the acconitnodairon of the public. Horse
left at my slabln, w.ll always be treated with par
ticular atlrrilion, aud veil fed. I have been con
nectrd with lh s sib, aliment fsutSM roor years,
and am now permaaeutly located, where I shall al
ways be happy to wait 00 all who may favor me
with a call. W. B. PAKTLOW.
The best of TIMOTHY II AY kept constant,
ly on hand.
Oregon City,Ocl.l9, 1 S5G-2T.
OATS, bailey, poutaw, butter, eggs, kacea,
l:d, ete., for which w will pay easb or
rrsde CHARfiN A VAR1R.
THRESHERS AND COMBINED REAPERS AND MOWERS.
.Tlf.'d.iAVtf (at - J i.,. J "ii 1 -
Entered according U Act of Congress Inlliayror
Uflioo of tho DUtrlot Court of (he Uulttd Stats
TTTE HAVE NOW ON TIIE WAY FROM NEW YOl.h., A l.Al.i.r. .M.111,1,11 vj
V the above mentioned machines, and expect tliem In ai rive 11I out the tin-l of Moy next.
Farmer wishing anything of the kind would do
spoken for. .
The THUICHEnS nro from two to : horse powers, "I Iw'h furl, rwe.p an.l euCless chain, aud
are of the m.t improved kui.ls now u-ed iu the blates. We v'. 1 them from i 100 lo
MANNY'S COMBINED REAI'Ell AND MOWEl!, which has taken the piem.uiii for tii
best combined machine now iu use at all the exhibitions 111 the Mate duiing the post year, we offer
We have also on the way, to arrive almiil the same lime, HOW'S STRAW CUTTERS, ot
variolar sizes, together with a good assortment of curpeiiieis' looln and honlevaio generally, Inclmlilig
grain cradles and scythe, snaths, and mowing scythes, folks, shove Is, spailes. hoes, Ac, iic, ail f
which w will sell low for cash. WM. C. DEMENT St. CO.,
January 31, 1S37. Mtin St., oppnitt the Lnid OJhre, Oregon Ciiy.
A STANTON. Fruil CuliurUt, at (ho J
NORTH-BEND Fiiiit-Farni. on Sa. "i
lem prairie, four miles north east from Sulem,hi,s,
for sale, the following choice selections of giafed
tree, vf variola) ages, from one lo three years ;
Waxen, or Gate,
Siberian I 'rah,
Green Nuwtou Pippin,
Twenty Ounce Apulo,
Red Wiue Sap,
I line Pcarmain,
Michael Henry Pippin,
R. I. Greening,
Y'tllow New'n Pipp'n,
Westficld scok nof'lh'r
Louisa Bunuo D. Jer.,
Fine Gold vf Summer,
Dutch Du Angeloan,
Coo's Golden I Hop.
My nursery compris- about Forty Thousand
beautiful graft Of the foregoing varieties, of thrifty
growth from one to three years old. I havo also a
nursery of aliout Twenty Thousand seedlings which
I wish to sell. A.STANTON.
Salem, Oct 22d, 18."C,-2Pn-0nl.
Tlio ?a in pni an poneil. Jt
I HAVE now in my NURSERY on the
Monticello Farm, Huwoll Prairie, Marion co.,
a very large
NURSERY OF CHOICE TREES,
from one to two years old, embracing nil the vari
eties of Apple, Peer, Plum, Cherry, etc., brnugln
to this country by J. W. La.ld, which I oiler lor
side low for c.eih. Those who are expect 11' to
purchase trees thi winter, are requested to cnmi
and look at my nursery before making their final
IT I am determined to sell on verv reasonable
terms. SAMUEL SIMMONS.
November 8, 18.10. 3'tf
I HAVE now for sale at my nursery, about mid
way between Oregon City und Milevuiikie, sev
eral thousand AiTLr. Titers of llii ifty g- owlli, em
bracing ull the ciiuicr.sT variktiks or rai'iT ever
brought lo Oregon. My tree are from one to two
years old, aud for ze and beauty are unsurpassed.
I am now ready to wuil on customerx, and shall be
happy to furnish treet to all such us see lit to give
me a call. Come and see my nursery beforo you
I have also I quantity of ri.uds, nnd ciuiNces
for sale. ORIIIN KELLOGG.
Nov. 8th, 1856. ami".
THE following vessels will run in con
nectionosa REGULAR LINE be- rtis'.SX
tween PORTLAND and BAN FRAN-iSuJa
Clipper Unrk JANE A. FALKEXBEI'.G,
Bark OCEAN BIRD. Wiochns, "
M CI1AS. DEV ENS, llr.si.tv,
NAIIUMKEAIJ, Williams, '
Brig I. B. LUNT, IIioiiaoosom, "
The B.uk have all been coppered recently, and
are in first-rate order, coinmauded by experienced
Freight will be carried at tha lowest rates.
Produce sent from any part of the country to
Oregon City, or to the Linn City works, w ill be re
ceived and forwarded lo San Fraueiaco.
AucnT G EO. ABER.NET1IY 4. CO.,
ABERNF.THY, CLARK & CO ,
Nov. 22, '5t-3'-'lf San Franc.reo.
PRESTON'S Soclional and County MAP of
OREGON and WASHINGTON TER
RITORIES for als by
augl CHARLES POPE, Jr.
WE WILL PAY CASH or TRAPE i"
grxxl WHEAT at th market price.
vli CHAR VAN $ WAHNER.
ORE NEW GOODS,
at CIIARMAN it WARNER'S.
RECON HA MS r,d SHOULDERS for sale
by al vx'tXAnv y "m-hj
18.'A, ly V aum It. Kmiiiiv. in ilm I'lerk s
1. for the Northern Mstrl.t of Newt ork.
.. . a .....p. -,.., r. n f.n
well to call euity, as a nnuiuer nave aneaoj u.
Wholosalo rricos Current.
cosai.rrnu wst KLT.
v coons. nsi'o Sl mkiiicink.
Sheeting, 4-4.... Du 1 1 i HI pr. cl. over N. Y.oosx.
Iiiiliiug IIJ' iMioncca.
Beached dr.lling : V!ieat, pr. bu.....$If25
" ahirtiug, Halt' lata do . . W
Strip'd do Ivl'i'otaloca do SO
Tickle,' 1 luli ;.!! 011a do $1 00
Demos Jiij.Ur $3,00
lllue 1l.lll.11g Ii'.- oin Meal, fiesh (
I'lsid husev Hiatf.-j aUIT.
Satinet ! Ma!) " dried du 12Jal5
k'i..ltt- inn. ".'at il'rnchu. dried do 14
r... I. ?i do nealed
: ' ' .. .. : .. . ...
raiNr. " Chili, dned.20aSS
lllue and white h-J raovisiox.
lllue and orango P. ; Pork, clear none.
I'unev rul; " mesa $2(30
rurnilure do IDaU; Inms 13
' do. wide.U'Jltiucuii 12
M. do la'iies 1 InU rownita.
Ginghams IXah! luzard, pr ca f!5
Alp.cn J.r.iit.lJ pr keg sjltf
Table d. iii-vik.... .')tla7.' j "OT.
cloths '! I i'-tmall sizes
Irish linens -lOaSCikck t)3a3J
1'i.nTIUMi. j Lt.
Sherp gruy punts .301.1'. ir 20
Siitinel . do. .ijjr.'J.iiivVliitu lead, in oil.. .12
r aiiev cuss. do. ...rjla.' caosna.
Illaek case. do. Soal. Manilla, small....... -J
UedUaii'l hirt ftl-lalej " largo 25
lllue d... ties. rjl.',al:j.l.nip lUalJ
ll.ckory shirts 5a'. cani.lks.
Calico do $'Jul-;AJmautln S7a40
boot Jk uons. jSpenii uOaOS
Men's kip boots S.'JiJ) c",AI,,'.n
super do. .1 H l; tavnna lOahO
" fine sewed lijf.l-rmuii $IOa2S
Boys' kip hoots 11icriom1 .5)a50
' he'vv w'xdo.jlj i'.'; tosacco.
M ens' hr's pr. doz. .$17; Prido of tho Uiiion.40a43
" kip'.rg's pr do7..!jl-.'l);Suii 30allS
" eaifsewe.l 110,. $2 1' Luke's 37
Wo.neu's h'vy sh's.Sll.'i; iiauwar.
" line do 15: Shovels : Sal4
OKOCUIUKS. ! -'pades Ha I B
ColTce Ma IB! Wea.' 9 2a2U
Tea ,'a(i.V Millsa.v !K)$U
Sugar, no. I Chi'a... . IV'S ciitsnw 75o81.26
.. cnibhej I"! I'ahle cutlery, 10 liercl
SnlrrntiM lOalliii advance 011 N. Y.oost
Starch M' IVket cutlery, 23 pre!
Syrup E Huston... frl.'J-'j slvanne.
do. SMand ijl,2.').lhcr article of hard
N O Molassr j ware from 20 to j0 pr
Lis. Sail 'JJiIij el advance.
Table Sail 3...I1 . 'uils,asa'dsi.cs.prKg T
Handw'.c!ii.HaU..aa'ii:; " hors.hoo...2aJS
IVpcr il: oil
Allspice 411! Lamp l'a,oi
Cinnamon liliaHn! Linseed boil stW
boup bnll l'urpentinc pr gidl 9
Ol.O. A5iI.lir.TBIV tV Co.,
OKl.CON CITY, O. T.
Abornctiy, Clark 4t Co.,
COMMISSION ANU KOIl IVAKDINO MRHCUAXT
San Francisco, Cat.,
Will alten.l to seliing Oregon prolnco, and fill or
ders for Goods, Una-erica, Sic, ut the lowest rales,
The palrouige) of the people of Oregon is r
pectfully soliciied. Aug. 2.
fPilE Oregon Mill ug and l'r.iiisKrlatioo Co.
1 have otaUUhed a LUMBER YARD on III
river bunk in ieur ol the store of Allnti, MclCnhty
it'o. . , ..
Ltiirlhrr in hlg" or small quantities, Including
dressed siding and Ihwing, can always be had by
upiilicnlioii at the store of
" F.S A. A. HOLLAND.
Oiegon City. May 10, IH.itl.
.til', I ttrreived,
VNEW nml general assortment of PRY
GOoDS, con-isiing of Do Lain.-s, Jaconet,
Hook Mn-hii, croM-lurred Muslin, Edging, Inser
tion, llahl. in l.a lies' how, Collins, Ac, .to.
Also. BOOKS and STATIONERY.
CHARLES POPE. Jr.,
Bllg Itl M"'" Bt-
Dissolution of Copartnership.
flMlE aopurliiership hen iolore exWing lietwoert
.JL the nihu'riher under the linn of IIabtow At.
Co. was HiKsnlved by iniitunl CHwont August 16th,
IhOtf. Persons indebted will please make pay
nirottojns. l',.irs:o.v, who will receive all debt
d'.iu the late firm.
Canemah, Sept. fi, 1850. 21
IS hy himself, und would respectfully soy to hie
fiiends ami the public generally that he is
thankful for past patronage, and will continue busi
ii'Matlhe oid '.and, and will ever be ready to
show his Good lo those who may favor him with
a cull. Come (me, come all, both great and small,
and give him a cull before purchasing elsewhere,
and examine for yourselves his spleudid snd select
DRY OOOns, PROVISIONS, CLOTIT
INU, BOUTS, SHOES, and CROCKERY,
Tea, Sugar, Cfiiie, rp. -es, A.r., Aic., H.its,Nnil,
Ih ooi.is, etc, and uhnost every thing pertaining to
a general hue of l.ouca. All kind-of country
pr.. dine taken iu exching. Country friend wil
liud it to lh. ir lvbiiiags lo give me a calk
VFUrsil apply, aod first-ri asanrlnvat of
full nd l.a.l bound BLANK KUOK,
jisJre. sv'U "Yourtg Amriea." Psisi Book.
Mieep aod Tur.k .Meniraiiduins, Monthly auq
Weekly Tune Boos, Kseeipl Iluiika. Shipping
and Storehouse, and Cash Copying Pre Hooks,
Schod Writing Books, M nialur Ulauikf, Notes,
Drain, lliils Lading. Arc, tVe.
Noisy Carrier's lick sud Slationery Co.,
No. 61 & .6 Uug Wharf, aod 97
ep. 20 mS llatua y st, Sn Francisco,
TkO yoo Want Hay Forks. Spsdesand Shorflyt
) Al at CI HUMAN .j- W((NfH'i