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A SirTof secnd-hsnd TINMAN'S TOOLB
iY and MAC HIM : complete, by
Od..1,lNf7. E. MILWAIN.
7mm ..tB HHTl m.
OrtaaUta l a I'.aurmout Vipraaet
Dinner FROM CALIFORNIA! I
k FTKR a successful season, wIiom per-
J. foriuances lion been visited by mora than
during their luat lour through flio Milling Townt
of California, Sacramento and Sou Francisco, with
Till: LA It UK NT IMVILLIOJ!
ever In thi Territory, cnpililo of sealing 3000
persons, with MORE PERFORMERS limn aval
traveled hiiIi any oilier company la tin 1 rrilory.
Our performers art niaatera of llieir profession.
aud never huve boon connected with any oilier
circua iu this country. They will giv two of
their pleasing ami unions periormuncee A t 'l'lill-
AUON ami LV EM ,G afternoons perforin
auce to commence at !i o'clock, eveuiug'a per
formance at 7 at Hie following places!
PORTLAND, Snluidoy, Oct lUlh.
Attached to thia magnilk'eiit establishment are
Ilia following distinguished ami celebrated artiatra,
whose services the proprietors liavo aecured, re
gardlcss of expense I
1V2IE3 CELXNA XOPTO,
THE DARING EQUESTRIENNE, tvlio for
grace ami ease has been pronounced by oritkjuoa
the Pride of tlie Cirque.
mr. jj. nxxxxanuziY,
The great Slack Rope Performer and fours
Irian assuming eight dilleroiit charactera on
xan. j. l. Himtizr,
Juggler, La I'trcht Performer, and Equilibrist.
Master J. AXLAXSTXLONO,
iu his I'm i aim iiiciiuiuio act or throwing a
revolving twice In the air before alighting ou bit
let l : Also equestrian ana guueral performer.
M ."U"S.I3 JaraL.mrIS-9
THE CLOWN OF CLOWNS,
Tho x-op!e'a favorite RiiUboii and witty Jester.
Air. Long's atylo of clowning ia entirely new, and
devoid of everything aiiroucliiug vulgarity to
gether villi lua educated dog SPR1GUTLY,
whoae pcrlormuncea ure novel and aimuing.
r.ia t. c. rxrxuDAia,
La Verche Hearer, and general performer.
Hctr. Glover, Ciotlfrej-, King,
EIoni'ii, and oilier.
Accompanying this great establishment ia
BUCK II ART'S CELKDRA TED
15 It A SS IS A N l,
lute of Sim Francisco.
N. II. Carpeted teat fur Ladiei.
I'mcMor Aomiskiom Dress Circle, $1 SO)
Pit, SI OU.
233 F.C. rOMKHOY, Agent.
ICTION'ARV Revised and enlarged edi
tion lor aula ul llie
CITY BOOK STORE.
Kit yard Tit 5-1 or'
CYCLOPEDIA or Modern Travel, and
Swan's Threo Yeurs' Residence ou the North
Weal eoasl for aula nt Ihn
CITY HOOK STORE.
nil li; aii!cri!ier oileis fursulo hia reaidence In
J. ( regon City.
There ure two full luti, well fenced, with bear
ing fruit trtea, mid liruliherv of the moot desira
ble, kind", log. ther with n ttuh! and well.
Tho Iiihiso ia one mid t linlf stories, well plas
tered, willi scveu looms, paiilry,cluiota, drain, aud
The location is one of the moat dnairolilc hi tho
cily, enM' of uccewi, unJ conmiundiiig a beautiful
view of Ihu river.
Possession will be given ill Felirilary.
l'riee rj'JIWO j or SI.'iUO fi r tho house mid olio
lot. Approved wrip will be received iu pav at 40
cents ou llie dollar. 'J IIOMAS PUPE.
Orejnn City, .Sept.aC, 1837. 24w8
THE subscriber i.l'.'ere fur tula tho following
1 cily lot, a d sirable location,
1 vuluuMe Aiiierieau liorte,
1 tkilT, willi ours and iuil,
1 lucly's naildle,
ti gem's saddles,
2 allot guns.
The uboto will he sold for cash, or for approved
scrip at M ccnlyon thedoilnr.
Oregon Cily, Sept. 2, 1837. 24w8
THE undersigned rioigna leaving Oregon fur
the .Stales in February.
Persons huvlng clulins to collect, or desiring
purchases to bo made, in any of the Northern or
Western States, cuii have llinir business transacted
by applying to me before I leave.
Oregon Cily, .Sept. 2C, 1837. . 24w8
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
TV,. r.LAXPIED would inform the public
e that he lias now on hand a large and well
sclected stock of ready-made Ji O O T 8 and
SHOES, which lie offers fur sale nn reasonable
terms. Also, Water-proof Parte Blacking.
-MAKING AND REl'AIRING-
Doue to order, fin short notice.
August 8, 1637. 17-y
LINN Cln STORE,
rpiIE subscriber would respectfully inform tho
J public that he has taken tho store lately oc
cupied by Mr. Urouoiiton, at LINN CITY, with
the design of continuing the
General Merchandise Buminew.
He will keep always on hand a good assortment of
Crochri, Hardware, Clothing, Boott and
Shoes, Confectionery, Cigan,
The above will always be offered at the
For Cash or Country Produce.
XW Please call and see fur yourselves.
Linn City, Sept. 2d, 1837. 24
Uood Wijeal Wauled,
IIOR which the highest market price will ba
paid in cash or trade, at the
ScptSii. LINN CITY STORE.
"V'OTICE ia hereby given that the Second Mon
i.1 day in October next ia appo Died for the ex
amination and adjustment of the accounts of
Jamea Smith, administrator of the estate of Pat
rick CaUalun, late of Clackamas county deceased
SerL19,1857-23 w3 Judgo of Probate.
FCLL assortment of Yankee Notions at
mhil C1IARMAN & WARNER'S.
SANDS Saraaparilla, in any quantity, at the
OULlii N CITY Vi'XO STORE.
Til E annual meeting of the stockholders of Ilia
Tualatin Itirer Tranaportelion & Navigation
Cninnanv will ba held on HATUItllAY. OCT. 3.
at III o'clock ..., at TAYLOR S KEKHV
Oilier! w.ll be elected and other buaineaa trana.
acted. A full and punctual aiiendauce la re
quested. TU0S. POPE, Pres'L
Sept 13, 1837. 2Uw4
milE OREGON CITY VtlVO STORE ia re
J. moved to the corner er lliird and Main Mia
formerly occupied by 8. Marka, x Co. sap 19,
spl!) 1 WM. V. DEMENT, f CO.
BUS. OATS SACKED. For
THE OATMAN GIKLS!
IJ10R SALE AT THE
aug 2319 CITY BOOK STOKE.
Bane's ArctJo Xraedltion.
"ni'SSELL'S CRIMEAN WAR, and other
-a v imciraiiiig woraa, lorsaie at llie
p is crry hook 6tore.
WM. C. DEMENT & CO.
1 ni'. now KRrcivivr: ,P KnrV n.
hunikeair and hriir KranniwA. Ilia fallauflna
guoua, an 01 wnicn iney oner at reduced pricea ;
I.WUV ine no 1 mina augar,
100 boxea llill'a and Colgate'! aoap,
100 kegaayrup, 5a a 6a gal,
40 caaea piclilea,
30 " pio fruits, aaa'd,
10 bbls orushed sugar,
20 oases tea,
20 neata willow baakeU,
100 gula sperm oil. sept 12, '57.
JUST RECEIVED 25 coat steel plows
sale by WM. C. DEMENT & C
A Few CUM.
V that superior GREEN TEA just received
by AI. C. JJIi.MtiM T &. CO.
To Arrive Within Ten Says,
DIRECT f ROM NEW YORK,
1 A FAIRBANKS' scales, weighing freui
a. vy iwu 10 juuu ids,
C Hickox's cider mills,
Blacksmith's vises, anvils, &c,
Mill and X-cut saws,
Shears and saws,
3 dot steelyards, weighing from 300 to 400,
0 " Amia spades,
30 Beria grimlalones,
10 dot C"llins' axes, bandied,
10 " do do without,
S " hand axes ;
for sals low by
aep 13 WM. C. DEMENT &. CO.
f? CASES "Crumpton's Medal" Tobacco at
U scp 14 n 01. u. JJft.ilt.n 1 cl cw.TS.
Mary Ilnsled, guardian of the minor heirs of L.
, anndcra, deeeesed.
WHKUKAS, in this cause a bill has been
tiled praying a foreclosure of a mortgage
upon lots numbered one (1), seven (7), and eight
to;, id diock numbered nine !)), and lota num
bered four (4) and five (5) in block numbered
twenty-two (22), in tho town of Oregon City, in
Clackamas county, and Oregon Territory, for the
sum of four hundred dollars and interest , and
wnrrcas an affidavit lias been filed therein show,
ing that defendant is a non-resident :
lbs defendunt is hereby notified that unless she
appear in the District Court of the First Judicial
Distr.cl of the Territory of Oremm. on the first
day of the term to be houlen in Salem on the first
Monday in April, a. o. 1838, and answer the bill
liled in this cause, the same will be taken for cou,
fi'Sted, and a decree of foreclosure entered up.
E.J. HARDING, Clk,
liy HoMa-a Holland. Deputy.
.Matlock & Johnson, Solicitors fur complainant.
DCpi. J3, ISJl. iW8
FARM FOR SALE.
I OFFER my LAND CLAIM on the
Clackamas, twelve miles from Oregon
Cily, on such terms as will justify any,
man in purchasing who wants a good claim of
IHU acres, having about 200 acres uuder fence, a
good orchard, nrst-rute barn, and good house,
Farming utensils, and everything necessary to
carry on the place, will be sold with it. Tims
will be given on part of the money.
For terms, apply to J. Ni Prescott, Oregon City.
Sept. Si 1857. 21tf
First Judicial District, Clackamas County, ss.
Stophen M. Harris, )
v: Petition for Divorce,
Frances V. Harris. )
rpilK defendant ia hereby notified that a Com-
X plaint against her has been filed in the office
of the Clerk of said Court, and unless she appear
ana answer me same on II. e first day or the term
of said court to be held at Salem in said District
on the third Monday of November, it will be taken
as confessed, and tho prayer thereof bo granted by
the court. A. HOLBRUOK, Pl'ff's Att'y.
Oregou City, Sept. 5, J857. 21w8
I AM now selling off my ENTIRE stock or
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, 4c, &c. I have now
a heavy stock on hand of the Very best quality of
goods, exactly suited to the wants of this market,
which I am determined to sell very low and no
mistake, in order to close out llie ooncsrn, prepar
atory to leaving this country, as my health com
pels me to go back to Franoe. Come one, come
all, and buy. EUGENE LA FOREST.
Oregon City, Aug. 22, 1857. 19uT
W. 9. Hutchini, M. 9.,
LAFAYETTE, 0, T.
Prof. A. Curtis, Cincinnati, Ohio )
Prof. J. Kost, " "
Prof. Courtney, La Fayette, Ind.(
Dr. W. Armstrong, Findley, Obioj
J. Fisher, M. D., Tiffin, "
J. Chamberlin, M. D., Tiffin, "
Dr. U. A. Wright, Mexico, Ohio'j
Prof. H. F. Johnson; Philadelphia, Penn. ;
Prof. J. Brown, N. Y.;
Dr. G. Kellogg, MUwankie, O. T. .
W. D. Hutchina Balsam Wild Cherry 41 25
Jayne's Expectorant 35
" Alterative 1 25
Ayrea' Cherry Pectoral 1 25
and a general assortment of
kept at all times. And I am making arrange
ments to manufacture my Balsam for the lungs,
from the Oregon cherry. aug!5
J 1ST received 30 bbls Santa Crux LIME,
and 20 ska FLASTER PARIS.
my23 CHARM AN 4 WARNER.
TE WILL PAY CASH or TRADE lot
y y good WHEAT at the market price,
novli CHARM AN e WARNER.
GALS, sperm oil (superior quality)
for sals by
WM. C DEMENT 4c co.
Yd, of different kinds, tar sale by
CIIAKM.VN n ARNLK-
(, L, BRADLEY. UUMfcR HOLLAND.
BRADLEY & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS
OREGON CITY, O. T
KEEP constantly on hand t MfTit
genval assortment of lr '''j
also, a flue assortment of
STATIONERY, d EVERYTHING ELSE
generally kept in their line of buaiueas.
CALL AT Till SIUN or Till
Opposite Holmes's Brick Store.
Sept. S, 1857. Sltf
SMOKERS AND CHEWERS,
I HAVE opened a cigar and tobacco store in
this eity near the market house, where I oiler
The Best Quality of Chewiny and Smoking
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
ever offered in this market, by the wholesale or
retail very cheap. 1 have almost every brand of
tobacco that can ba called for, also llie best cigars
ever ouerea in mis market, consisting 01
5,000 Henry Clay,
10,000 El Levillanor,
0,000 Black Sea,
20,000 La Flore de Aranco,
80,000 Flore de Cubano,
60,000 Ciltt Hall alto of
TOBACCO 20 cases Sun brand,
00 do. Pride of the Union,
10 do. You no America,
also, a large assortment or nulural leaf, with fancy
ciay ana i.oriuuu canister
- m- mn es 9
together with a general assortment of
TEA, SUGAR, SPICES, :., etc.,
aa well as a vast amount and variety of other
too numerous to mention,
Which I am determined to sell on terms that will
ustify everybody in giving me a call. I can al
ways be found at my post nearly opposite the
Main Street House, where I shall be pleased to
wait on such as either wish to buy or look at cheap
and good articles in my line.
Oregon City, Sept 5, 1 857. 2 1 tf
WHEREAS my wife Hannah Daniels, for
merly Hannah Peunelton, has left my bed
and board without provocation or cause, and taken
with her, without my knowledge or consent, a
child one year old, I hereby give notice that I will
not be responsible for any debts contracted by her.
or in any manner on her or the child' account, af
ter tins date. A. U. DAMciLS.
Clackamas co., Sept. 13, 1857. 22w3
CORNER Third and Water streets,
J opposite the rerry Landing.
The traveling public are respectfully luvited to
give us a call.
The UKKUU.N HUUSK is tlie most pleas
antly located hotel in the Territory, and has been
so altered within the lust few weeks as to mako it
one of tho most commodious Houses in the Terri
lory. The table will always be supplied with tlie
best that the Market ariords.
Good accommodations for ladies and families.
Good stabling aud feed for horses, with proper
t3)T llie stage-coach to and from Snlcni stops
at llie Oregon House.
Board and lodging, per week $7 00
Board, without lodging, per week.. .in. 0 00
Single meal ;...i 50
Night's lodging 50
A. SC110LL & 3. BAHM,
Aug. 8, 1857m6 Proprietors.
WE are now km ping a Livery stable in Or
egou City, where HORSES cau always
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
We are also prepared with excellent stables,
well supplied with liny and oats, to keep horses by
the day or week. I hose who cull upon us may
reel assured that every atteution will ba given to
horses left in our charge.
GIBSON 4, "OTTER.
July 18, 1857. 14ui3
Estate of John McLoughlin.
TOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
i.1 ha been duly appointed executor of the will
of John McLoughlin, lute of Clackamas county,
deceased. All persona indebted to said estate are
required to make payment immediate';', and all
persons having claims against the deceased must
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within
oho year from dale, to me at my residence in Or
egon City, or at the office of A. Holbrook, my at
torney iu said city. JJAMJ.Ij HAlUfcY,
Oregon Gity, Sept. 13. 1857-224 iix'r.
al tlAV f. made arrangements fof open
ing the " Titus Andronicus' on a more
extended and improved plan. Additional
rooms have been secured, and I shall now be able
to lodge, and also furnish rooms for one or two
private families. Thankful for the liberal pnlrou-
ogo heretofore extended to me, I atill solicit a
large share from the traveling public. Every at
tention given to the comfort and convenience or
those who call on me.
TITUS G. CLARK.
Oregon City, May 30, 1 857. 7tu6
Water Power to Lease.
THE undersigned is ready to lease part of the
Oregon City Water Power for manufacturing
purposes. Da. JOHN MacLOUGHLIN.
Oregon City, July 4, 1857. 13
'ARLY May and Victoria Marrowfat, for sale
by C. POPE. Jr.
CHAIN PUMPS price reduced for sale by
mr28 C. POPE, Jr.
"IfACAULAY'S Hiatory of England-
XT a. sale by
C. POPE, Jr.
IARY and Correspondence of Amos Law
rence for aula by C rOl'fc, Jr.
N assortment of Bibles and Testaments for
. aale kt the Repository prices by
C. POPE, Jr.
ORRIS Poeticol Works for sale by
C. POPE, Jr.
I ARIES for 1857 for sale by
c. runs, Jr.
Jan. Z4. vv ji. m uc-mlj-i i x w.
SETS wagon boxes, for sale by
W M.C. DEMENT 4. co.
O SETS tress hoops, ajs'd sizes, for sale by
tO WM. C. DEMENT 4. co.
OA A A SEAMLESS sacks forialeby
A)jJ WM.C. DEMENT A. co.
DOZ. grape-vine cradles ror sale by
WM.C. DEMENT 4. co.
Tfi BBLS. fresh "Santa Crux" LIMB;
SJJ a do. calcined plaster
'ecivei and for
WM. C. DEMENT CO.
thumb latent, cheap, for sale by
WM.C. DEMENT at co.
i) " SETS hollow augers, for wheelwrights, for
6,J sale by
WM. C. DEMENT V co-
HAYING permanently located in
Oregon Cily, where I have opened,
Public House, which will be kept as such a
house ought to be kept, I invite the traveling pub
lic to givo me a call. My luble will be furuialied
with the beat the market allunls, and every atten
tion will be given Iu llie oumlori or my pulruns.
Call and try mo. My house is alongside of Dr.
McLoughlin's. UUUT. CONNOLLY,
May 110, 1857. 7lf
Our Mot lot
'nv TiunnfiTnv TjtTT- TTmnrr!
HIE old friends and customers of G. Colli r.
RouaiNS will be plcuacd to learn that he has so.
cured the services of Mr. A. V. WILSON, Practl,
cal Walchmak' r, who will at ull times be loutid at
G.C. Rubbins trusta that through the combined
eitierietice now enii'loveil, together Willi his untir
lug exertions to please, he will continue to receive
the, approbation uf Ins numerous customers.
The JxwKi.sr Manuvaltvrinu Dktartuknt
or my busiuesa ia in charge of CII AS. F. K EL' II N
Practical Jeweler and kugraver, and every person
who has had work or this kind done for the past
live years, cun testily that he is a superior workman.
Watches und Jewelry.
Havitig made arrangements with my bm- ,VX
ther, at home, who ia a Watchmaker, aud A A
eiiguged in the buaiueas, to select aud purchase
iiouus ror me in Pisw l orn, i shall hereallur re.
evive my goods
Direct from the Importers Manufacturers
and will sell as low as any other establishment ou
the 1'acilio coast. (J. COLLIER ItOHUlNS.
Portland, June 20, 1857. lOinj
vva a aa wsw slat wat je
OUR Reapers and Thrashers have arrived
Persons who purchased or us will please take
notice, and call for their machines. Also TWO
8-IIOIt.SE THRASHERS on hand and for sale.
June 20. G. AUERNETH Y & co,
DOZ. five-fiugered superior grain cradles for
J sale by G. AUKKN KTHY ds co.
Boots & Shoes,
O CITED to milliner wear, on hand and for
IO sale by G. AIJEKN ETHY& co,
Qih CASES superior braujs just received and
for sale by us;
5 cases Pride Union,
5 " Alliance,
5 " Cockade,
8 " Ii Paradise and Grow.
June 20, 1837. G. ABERNETI1Y &. co.
KEGS Nails, assorted sixes, for sale by
G. ALirJK.NE l li V Si. co,
50 bbls limp t for sale by
June 20. 1857. G. ABERNETHY & oo.
Land Warrants Wanted.
THE HIGHEST PRICE will ba paid by the
undersigned, in cash, or draft on Atlantic
cities, for Lund tV urrauts.
T. J. McCARVER
Oregon City, June 13, 1857. 9tf
Experience Makes Perfect.
Why Go to Portland to Buy Goods ?
WE wish to inform our customers and the
public generally that we have now on
hand, iu addition to our usuul heavy stock of Gro
ceries and Dry-Goods, ouo of the largest aud beit
aelocted stocks or
ever offered in this market. We also wish to any
that our goods ore of excellent quality, and that
wo will sell
AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER HOUSE IN OREGO.V,
Portland not excepted. '
Our old motto still governs our trade " Quick
sales and small profits." Our stock or goods is
now opeu for insiection to all who will fuvor ua
with a call. Call and sec, and let experience
then apeak for itself. We sell as low as any iu
the Territory, for cash, or produce at market rules.
CHARM AN &, WARNER.
Oregou Cily, Muy 23, 1857.
Cliurmaii V Wurmr
HAVE ree'd a large assortment of SHOES,
embracing children's and ladies' shoes, ami
Gaiters, Buskins, ond Bootees: also gents' Boots
und shoes, and gaiters or all descriptions.
Cradles and scythes, snuths, hoes, rukes, forks,
spades, and shovels.
A STORE ROOM, situated on Main
street, opposite the Main Street House
quite a desirable part of town. Apply lo
Mnv 83. CHAUMAN . WARN Kit.
WE have now permanently located In Ore
gon, and will give our whole attention to the
MANUFACTURE of EA R THEN-WA RE,
in which business we are now engaged, at tlie old
Saw-mill, half n mile above Cunemuh.
We are now inuking the best ware of the kind
ever before offered in the Territory, and shall keep
a constant supply, such as will enable us to fill any
kind of au order upon short notice.
Up csuntry merchants and tho farmers gener
ally are invited to give us a cull.
8. M.MAKKI3 & tlKOTHEH.
Oregon City, Muy 10, 1857. 5tf
"VTOTICE is hereby given that letters of aj-
ll ministration have been granted to the under
signed by the Probate court of Clackamas cO'inly
on the estate of Peter Johnston, deceased, lute of
said county. All persons indebted to s.iid estate
aro requested to make immediate payment, and
all persons having claims against said estate are
required lo present them to me within the lime
prescribed by law at my residence in Oregon City.
Sept. 11, l57-3;iw4 A. II. STEELE.
HAS BEEN EVIDENT TO ALL
for some time pust, that
MORE R 0 OM AND M ORE GOODS
Were needed at tho
LtNN CITY STORE,
to meet the demands of its constantly increasing
custom. These additions have uow been made
the store is enlarged, and the stock bos just been
replenished with 'a large assortment of
Ciroceriea, Dry Good, Ac.,
among which ore
Panama Hats, Gaiters, Cravats, Parasols,
Ginglutms, Ribljons, Mackerel,
And a oar.T nui. morr,
Al the 'LINN CITY STORE.'
Motto "Small profits and quick returns."
April II, 1857.
LADIES' and gents' Kll OI.OVE.S, at
BOAT STORES, all kinds, wholesale or re
tail, at BP.OCGHTON'8, Linn City.
GOOD black and green TEA, at
BROLGHTO.VS, iinn City.
NOTICE s hereby given by tlie undersigned,
tesUmealary executor of tils estate of Tho
mas Mt Bride, lata deceased, to all persons who
are indebted to aa.d estate to come forward and
make pacmeal ( and all persons having elaiuis
agaioat Saul esUta are required to present the sain
with tbs necessary vouchers to the undersigned
at Lafayette, O. T-, within one year from the date
hereof, or be forever barred.
S-pt5,l857-2lw4 J. P.. McBRIDE, Ex'r.
4 DOZ. polishej cast -steel grain scoop for aale
by WM. C.JiEM ENT & co.
SETS coopers' tools for sale by
5 WM. C. DEM ENT co.
Wm. O. Domont St Co.,
WIIOLK8AJ.K L' RETAIL
Dealers In Groceries, Hardware
Boots k Shoes, Crockery, be,
rpENDEIt llieir thanks to their numerous cits
X miners fur their p il liberal putrouage, and so,
licit a continuance of Uie same.
They lake pleasure in informing the public
they have now on hand a largo an t a siruine
stock of Urocerirs, Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, and Boat Stores, to which Ihey are
making constant auditions Irom A civ lorn niu
Sun Francisco, purchased for ca.li only, aud are
enabled to sell ul lower prices than uuy ulher store
in Oregon City. Jau. ji, i.w,
At War with Hard Times
HARD TIMES DEFEATED!
aOIIARMAN it WARNER, who, In addition
to llieir usual LARGE STOCK of
Dry .'ood nnd (Nrocfrlo,
are about receiving per bark Mvlrouilia and Mat,
tliew Vaasur, the following new supplies, vit:
100 boxes buglisli soap,
100 " American da, assorted braiidj,
50 " adamantine caudles,
25 " sperm do.
10 " wax candles, assorted colon,
.1000 lbs No. I lluluvia sugar,
10(10 ' No. 1 Manilla do.
4000 Costa Rica, Rio, und Juva coffee,
100 Booee's domestio ground do.
50 dor assorted spices, in buttles,
6 4 English um'd sauces,
6 do do pickles,
10 ' American do do.
20 cases pie fruit,
50 boxes Windsor glass, ass'd sites,
100 kegs nails, all s.ies,
000 lbs codfish,
6 hir bbls mackerel,
10 bbls lime,
1 caso tobacco, 'Pride of ihn Union,'
1 do do 'Commorciul,'
1 do do 'Honey dow,'
1 do do 'Natural leaf,'
0 gross smoking tobacco,
6 dot tomato ketuhup,
tf pepper suuee,
10 kegs dried apples, '
2 bbls plaster paris,
Together with a well-selected assortment of Dry
Goods, BOOTS, SHOES, and rendu made
CLOTH1NO, which we offer as LOW as any
houso in Oregon, either wholesnlo or retail.
lermscash, or produco token in exchange al
the highest market rates. March 21, 1857.
Harness and Saddlery.
Til K undersigned having opened anew
in BUTTEVILLE, Marion county, O.
T., is ready to manufacture and furnish
at short notice, and in the best and most substan
tial style of the craft, all kinds of HARNESS
and SADDLERY WORK, Trunk and Car
riage Trimming, dC
March 88, I8j7. A. WUlv.
JUST received by the subscribers,
8200 yds Merrimaa and Cocheco prints,
1700 ' satinets, blue aud mixed,
130 ' cotton warp,
50 coils munilla rope,
124 bund'es map paper,
35 cases Kentucky rille powder, FFF.G.
March 31. G. ABERNETHY & CO.
1 f TONS Sun Quentin salt,
socks Liverpool salt,
50 bbls lime,
50 kegs syrup,
50 mats sugar,
25 sucks collee,
5 bbls vinegar,
25 boxes soap,
20 bules drills,
5 " sheetings,
14 cases boots.
Jau. 17, '57wG O. ABERNETHY & CO.
4DOZ. Straw cutlers just receivod nnd for
sule by G. ABERNETHY &. CO.
X3. B. Syrup.
KEGS, 8s and 5a, for sale by
G. ABERNETHY &. CO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, per sir.
Columbia aud bark Nahnmkeag, the fol
lowing goods :
Alio list cotton yarn,
5000 yds bro. drill,
10 cases boats and shoes,
25 hlf bbls dried apples,
90 kegs K. 1). syrup,
10 do Baltimore oysters,
20 " pie fruits,
20 " fresh peaches,
25 boxes raisins,
100 kegs nulls, ass'd sizes)
10 doz glass lunterns,
Scoop shovels, log chains, &c, &a.
Feb. 14, '57. WM. C. DEM EN T & CO.
Stock Farm for Ront.
WISH lo) root u bTOCK FARM situated
near Washington Butte, Linn county, for two
yours, llie claim contains a half section, with
Ity acres under improvement. 1 hero is a hearing
ORCHARD on it of some 300 apple and peach
trees; ilia well watered willi two living springs,
nd is within 80 rods of Moutville Institute, a
flourishing ami popular school.
Aug. 1, 1857-lliw3 II. CUEAUI.i:.
"VTOTICE ia hereby given that letters of ad
XM ministration bearing date August 4th, 1M.17,
have been granted lo the undersigned by the Pro
bate conn of Llaekuuins coiinly ou lh estate or
Flaneur Meret, deceased, lute of said county. Ail
persons indebted to said eslula uto requested to
nuke immediate payment, and ull persons having
cluims against said estate are requested to present
thetn to me within the time prescribed by law at
my resilience near llie crossing of Rock creek.
Aug. 8, 1857-1 7w4 M. M. OWEN, Adm'r.
rilllE undersigned, named as executors iu llie
X fclast will and testament of John Findley, late
of Linn county, O. T, deceased, have received
letters testamentary willi the will annexed, bear
ing date June l.'illi, 1857, from the Probate court
of said county. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment,
and all penons having claims against tho estate
are requested to exhibit them with tho necessary
vouchers within one year from this dale lo either
of us at our residence in the said county of Linn.
NANCY FINDLEY, Ex'x.
JOHN A. DUXLAP, ., .
WM. IU FINDLEY. j"
Aug. 22, 1957. iUw3
fv LBS. pure Beeswax for sale low by
D J U jail 1 WM. C. DEM EN T Sl CO.
MOFFAT'S Life Bitters and Pills, Bernard's
. Dysentery Syrup, Wiatar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, at the
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
JRESTON'S Sectional and County MAP of
niif-'i.nv .h wakiiiviitiiv tmi.
iTOKIES for sale by
auglG CHAHLES POPE, Jr.
Selling Off I
i VALUABLE asMitmeut or BOOKS
Jt. stationery. Teschrrs and dealers and
intvrested are invited to Call and examine.
March 28, 1857. C. POPE, J
mar28 C. POPE, Jr.
KHCBARB or pie fruit seed (.rsa's
marJ8 C. POPE, Jr.
-for sale by
C. POPE, Jr.
piuere sugar for site by
C. POPE. Jr.
31 2 K
CIIARMAN h. WARNER'S.
ORANGES a fine lot juat reneived and for
sale by " F- CIIARMAN.
Wholesalo Prices Current.
pav uoons. nanus &. iiniicmaa.
Slieetiug,4.4....1l Jil2J 5upr.ct.ovcr N. Y.cost
Dulling I'-'j raoiii'ca.
Blenched drilling 1.1 Wheat, pr. bu $1,25
shirting, Haiti Outs do ...U3s75
SlrliM-d do l'.'j Potutoes do 75
Tick, n Hit Hi Onions do (3 Ho
Denins I'.'i Hour (4,110
Blue drilling 14 Com Meal, fresh 0
Plaid lnisay His-.M' mcrr.
Satin, ! 70a!lo Applis, Jried ICsIS
Kentucky jeans. ..'.'.'io I.'i Peaches, diied 10
Tweeds .55o0 ' do pealed
rsivrs. ; ' Chili, dried. 20u25
Blue and while 13 ranvisio.ts.
Blue aud orange 13 Pork, clear none.
Fancy 8a 1 3, ' luces IJi8a3ll
Furniture do I0ul4 llama '.'u
do. wide, l-j Uncoil IU
M. do luiiics I Kl'IO duller 40
Gin-hnma I Sa33 Krgs 3, J
Alp-icit gJaliuv niwima.
Table damask 50s75 Hunrd, pr ca 813
cloths 155a II " pr k.g JIIO
Irish linens 40o$li shot.
CI.OTIUNU. Small sie B21.1.I
Shep gray pants ia.1 Buck gilajj
Satinet do. .'.'ii:i '
Fancy eass. do. ...la5 liar
Illuek ensa. do. rjju7 While lea, I, iu oil
ReiltWI shirts 81-lalM - conrunil.
Illuu do. do. &I5uIH Manilla, small
Hickory shirts 5a7 " large..
Calico do 8'.'al3 Hemp.
boots It, sitnr.s. j CAMIHS.
Men's kip boots S-'l'-l A.Iinoiitiue 33a37
super do. do....S I fiperni wynuj
fine sewed til . CIUARS.
Buys' kip bails Jl J Havana AlfluHO
he'vy w'x do.ll Jv. German AlOnSt
Mens' brg's pr. dot.. Scl" American $'.'0a50
" kip brg s pr doi.9.'li tosaouo.
' euir sewed do..!?.' I Prldeoflho Union. I"n45
Women's h'vy sh's.l.'l Sun JO.i.15
" line do. $15 Luke a J7
onoccsiKs. i tuanWAaa.
ITce a!4 Shovebi :8al4
Pea C0a75 Spades eJUalB
Sugar, no. IChi'a.... 1:1 Axes $I22'
crushed 21 .muaaws joan
Suleratus 1 Oa I li X cut saws 1 5a4 1 ,2 J
Starch U Table cutlery, 25 per ct
Syrup K Boston... l,20 advance ou N. Y.cost
do. o Island flu ' ocaei cuiiery, j yi t
N O Molasses ' advance.
Li. Suit 2u2J Other arlielea of hard.
. 3iiilJ ware from 30 to 50 pi
, 1 J rJ et advance.
. ... Jli N oils, ass'd sixea.pr k US
411 ' horseshoe. ,.35a40
.Hull Lamp $l(a$2
Sandwich 1. Suit
Oregon aud Ciillloi'iiiii Packet
THE following vessels will run in con
nection asa REGULAR LINE bo- ,
tween PORTLAND and SAN FRAN
Clipper bark JANE A. FALKENBEIIU,
Bark OCEAN BIRD. WmuiKs. "
CHAS. DEVENS, HtULav, "
" NAI1UMKEAG, Williams,
Brig I. B. l.UNT, Richarosox,
The Barks have all been ooppered recently, and
are iu liist-rale order, commanded by experieucad
Freights will be carried at the lowest rates.
Produco sent from any purl of the country to
Oregon City, or In the Linn City works, will here
ceived and forwarded lo San t rancisco.
Aukxts-GEO. ABERNETHY & CO.,
ABERNETHY, CLARK & CO ,
Nov. 22, '5(i-33tf San Francivco.
The .lew Kiijlnnd iflntanl
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Orgnnhal in 18 13, and hating a capilul
and accumulated premiums amount,
ing to over 1,009,039.,
WILT, take risks in Oregon, for a term of
years or for life. Dividends of profits to
those insured are declared evory live yeurs. In
surunco may be effectrd fur the benefit of married
women and children, bcyoml tlie rencn ul :reun
ore of the party Insure!. Creditors may iUsura
the livesof debtors. Rules in Oregon will be the
same as in New England.
This is the eldest American Mutual Insurance
Company, and is one of the most reliable aud sue-
oesslul, and insures on the most l.ivoraine rules.
Information may be ohtuined from, an J applica
tion for insurance made to,
Agent for Oregon.
Consulting Physicians Forbes Barolayi M.I).,
Oregon City, and R. B. Wilson, M. D., Portland.
Oregon Cily, Jan. 31, 1857. 43
IS by himself, and would respectfully any to his
friends and the public geuerilly that he is
thankful for past patronage, and will continue busi
ness ul the old stand, und will ever be ready to
show Ida Goods to those who may fuvor him with
a c:ill. Collie one, come all, both great and small,
and give him a call before purchasing elauwhere,
und examine for yourselves his splendid and select
DRY OOO l)S, PROVISIONS, CLOTH
ING, BOOTS, SHOES, aud CROCKERY,
Ten, Sugar, Coffee, Spices, &c, Vc, 1 1. its, Nail",
Brooms, &u und almost every thing pertaining to
a general line of business. All kinds of country
produce taken iu exchange Coulitry fronds will
lind it lo their advantage to givu me a cull.
CSU AT TIIK
FURNITURE SALE 3 ROOM,
(Oue dor below I.. Snow A (Jo, 's, Front at.,)
Constantly receiving, aud on hand,
Till: 11I5ST ASSOUTMKXT
Ever Offered in Oregon!!
Huving had several years' experience, 1 am pro
pared lo roll
AS CIIKAP AS, IP NOT
Cheaper than has ever heretofore been offered
ou the Pacific coast!
3T CALL AND EXAMINE VOH YOIIRSII.VIS. X
Portland, Jauuary 10, 157. 10m
Indian Var Claims.
rPIIE Commission appointed to examine and re
X port uikmi the exiieuaea incurred in the anil-.
prcssion of hostilities in the late Indian war in Or-,
egon and Washington by the Territorial GoyeriH
incuts of said Territories, hereby give U"ico that!
nerearter the board will oannentrnte its work at
Vancouver, W, T, where all applications and
c riimuiiicuiions touching its oflkial dutias may
'I ho labors (J the Cuntniiwion, on lor the law
and the order organizing the hoard, are devoted fx
a'oerlainliigaud reporting e e jk uses neeeiMoriltf
iiirwrsd tits tum Territories in snjtprtssing
Iniliaa Inutilities Spoliation claims and, clsjnui
fur the loss of projicrty during tho war, not actually
iu the public service, canivl ba sutsrtaiued or
iwmhmI upon, Claints of Ibis kind csu oulv bo
acted upn under fiailier legislation of Congress.
I arsons having cliiuns yet nnailj listed with tho
respective J erritoriaj authorities should see to it
that such claims be recognized by the proper de
partiueuls of lit lute volunteer service, and pre
sented thriKili them to tlie commission.
Hoping to make a final report to the Secretary
of u early in the coming autnmn, it k urged by
the commission that authorities and claimants in
terested will exhibit the promptness which will
render sncn consummation practicable.
A.J. SMITH, U.S. A.,
RCFCS IN GALLS, U.S.A..
L. F. GROVEIt,
Vanoouver.W. T.July 8,1 :57. 14w4,
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