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bol, iliv t'i l I'M Mtf'H nl si!e
,!,iun uno liuir. such Loat witlit bo niailti
prufi'itbl iiivexini'Mit to Iter ouer, and
source ofgrtiii to slil'er.
Sulimitiiii"; them fe w llioiigliii to all
whom it may concern, I would like it if
other would n'ne tbo Lull a roll.
Wilamkt IIiver, Out. 8tli.
Mr. Abou: TIih nu Su-miier kuld ih
"Elk" nifi'l luir furt trip up ye.trrilu to
Cliainpocir, und n liirneil lo tin. bho full
kum up u ill'' nioi twiigwin PxpectHtliuni
In ipdl Ac, nnvinj iii'iil tho bst "1 rid I rip
time" tit it t wo ever mail oil the upnr Wil
niift. Shn mad the run from Cuitems to
Cuitiniioi'i in 131 niinem. nnli 5 iniiiet
morn limn 1 lie Enterprise Lcsi time
Sho I lilt cxpresli for thn Butvil, Clioin
pong ami Vnmliil trod. She n 05 fi. Issig,
17J ft. uil, kU-ril liwel, anil propeld ti a
pair ov riiinu ecli IU inclirt UM ol4fl.
alrok, tiirniiij; 10 n. liwfi. Mie 1 kulku
Intcd to kari 00 or UU tuna. Iter I111I won
bilt bi Mr. Lambert mid Mr. McCourt,
kabin hi S'.v'iiZ''r (part Oner) and niashrn
eri by Mur and Murvhul (purl oner.)
Tho innjor part in und in Btiivil, Champocg
and thu I'rencil pi an. L. L. bwoiiaer,
an cxperipiiHt up river atunvbut-man, wil
in ol tirobubiliii be cliui'ii fur lu-r kaptn
and pilot, nnd Moror Marshal the Enginer,
whour also kompetcnt tniler tin. Iha
nr nl prnklikal tcinpcrans men. Thf im
Stemrr win build with ilelii aa wot mani
fested on her npioch at Hihil and Chain
pocjj, bi ihu reports of kanon, and loud
chera. Even King Alkohol mad tevernl
ntemptH in tho mviiiii;; al Chnmpc-cg to
muster hi loterinp; fora to cher ua, but Ii'ih
men mixkoiintrud hi orders and hia
fori mad a v.ig-zag clmrj ou ua with fist,
club, boot or eni thing, and konsiderabli
interupted our march lo our suppers hwich
war prepured nt Mr. Steven'. It being
dark, it was difikult to recogniz the king'
troops except by l ho odurov ther pcrfum
eri, nnd rctrograd mshiins. However, wo
"mad the rill" wiihont aui serins duinaj,
notwithstanding liter "or cum holing of
nnd changing ov kots, nnd sovoral ov the
kinj'a mon wer left lying on thn protind.
Tho kiiif; hospital (toward neglecting ihf
proitraicd nnd wounded, thn wcr be for
morning, by tho inmieii ov hevetili dews,
resiistttilod, nnd not a soul 10 he scon in tho
morning on the field ov ball (cheering.)
It U not (iin)frefjiient nt that pirn for the
kind's I ronjis togrl jmo such mistakes.
Ther nr utlior Stonier. Imt of them tt
ahal hav tin no' is if it is dtrnird.
L'rs n't Usual, Fonos.
At Bethel, 011 lust Lord's day, Mrs. Tai.itiia
M. Cotton, or consumption, formerly from Mis
souri. tJJ" M isonri pipers please cony.
4 LL (hose n lio ura inileliled to nio ore most
1- rnsjiocl ally inviud lo t:le up their aecounls
ly ('lirislinan, as I im pri-.iirni lo leave fur
France. fcl'UKNH La l-'OKKST.
Onxoa City, O.t. I", 1S.",7. 2Ttf
$1,000 Eeward !
rilllE alii.ve reward will hp p;i'd for informalion
I I lull will lend In the ili'leelion of the K'un
drrl wlii fiinl 1 1 10 Coiirt-Hininv ill Origin Ciiy
two weeU incc. SAM1, MILLKR,
A. U. IIOLCO.MII,
Oct.ilier 17, lPIiT-BTif Co. Vom'rt.
F from MxUcu lo tixty Ral'um. At
BV or !iir of liie I'rubaie court of CUcknmas
rouiily tlit' foJlnvvitifj jirpirly, belonging to
thf oxtutc t)f R. .Ii -; t M ore, will be mild at public
:ile on SA TL'UD.VV, llicHwr 1XST., on ihe
pre miKUB of Hib drrenwd, in LINN CITlr", vii :
Nine hind of Cuttle, fuur of jcu'it are
A Jut of Hoffn,
One. Siih Swl'lle. and tine Maui do.,
Twn Wutrlics. on' of vh'r'i is gold.
A credit of six inoiulis will lie given on sums over
$10, by giving approved wearily.
Sulu to commence at 10 o'clock on Ruid 'day.
J. T. AI'PKKSOiV.
Linn Cily, October 17, 1H37. 27 w2
I WILL SELL TO THE HIGHEST BID
der, oh the second Mondnv of November next,
(the drfyof election.) nt McMlSXVlLLE. O.T.,
on three and six months ttnie,
40 Town Lot and 0 Jive acre Lots.
Those wisliinii to locate near the McMinnville
College, would do Well to attend.
W. T. NEW BY.
McMinnville, Oelob r 17, IS57. 27w3
Forest Grove, Washington Co., Oregon.
Kev. S. II. Marsh, A. M., President,
Rev, 11. Lyman, A.M., Prof. Mathematics.
nnilE colleffialo j'enr, consisiin" of one term ef
nine Iliuilion, nio euiiiuieueo uu me luai
Wednesday of November.
It is Ihe design of this Institution e furnish a
luoi-ougli and complete collegiate education.
There is a Library of lUOU volumes for Ihe use
of the students
Applicants for admission to college must have a
knowledge of the common Euelish branches, and
have studied the ancient languages so far as to
have read portions of La.sar and Cicero and the
The tuition fee ia $32 per annum.
Students fitting fur college, as well as others
wishing lo pursue collegiate stLdies without enter
ing upon the collegu course, will be under the in
struction of the college teachers.
(The fall term of 1 1 weeks in the preparatory
department commences on the 2d Wednesday of
September. 1 union, n per term.
Forest Grore, Washington Co., Oregon.
Rr.v. CcsniNO Eells, Principal.
The fall term will commence on Ihe first Wed
nesday of November.
Tuition in the common branches, $G in the
higher branches, S per quarler. 2Cy
For Sale at the CITY BOOK STORE,
THE following works
Magic Stair, by A. J. Davis;
Great Iron Wheel, by J. R. Graves:
Dred. in U vols, by Harriet Beecher Stowe ;
Th Home Celop-.iia",
of the World's I'rojress,
" - L'seful Arts,
Fine Arts and Literature,
" Biograpi.y, &e. Oct 3.
LIMES just received and for ule bv
my39 F. CHAR
A KM AX.
SHAKER iMTOparill. Ihe
OREGON C ITY DJUT. STOKE-
MIK suUcriUr eli'vra fur salt hit rstidenca lu
There art Iwa full Iota, well fenced, Willi bear'
ilif fruit tries, and shrubbery of Iha must dexra
tile kiuua, lor. tlitr Willi a slabla aod Well.
Tha houMt i ou and a half aturiea, well p!u
tared, Willi aavau rooms, uauiry,eloaala, draia,and
Tha location la on of Uia moat desirable ia Iha
cily, sy of access, and couiniaudiug a baautiful
view ol Ilia river.
I'oswatiou will ba riven In February.
1'ries -.(IUU or li'HI for Ilia Iioiim and on
lot. Approvad scrip will ua r.tsived In pay al 4U
I..H.. - 'i ll.iviiv Pol'l.!
OVIIIR UN UUIIUr. luvrtn"
Oreuou Cily, N, ut.2S, 1867. 2wH
fTIIIU siibeciib. r offers fur sal III following
JL. pioHny, iiainei)
1 city lt, a disirabl location,
1 valuable Aineiieau bona,
1 skill, with nars and roil,
I lady's aaildla,
3 genl's suildles,
U sliol iruns.
The abut will be sold for cash, or for approved
scrip at iu cents ou Hie dollar.
Oregon City, Sept. 20, 1657. 218
THE undersigned design leaving Oregon for
Iha KUitra in Fibruury.
Persona having claims to collect, or desiring
purchases lo be made, in any f the Northern or
n client Mulss, can have Ihmr business transacted
by applying to ma befui I leave.
Oregon Cily, Sept. 3(i, 1 8.17. 24w8
A SET of secm,dh.ind TJX MAN'S TOOLS
J.X. and MACHINE completely
Oct. 3, IS57. E. MILWAIX.
DICTIOXARY Revised and enlarged edi
tionfur sale al I he
CITY BOOK STORE.
-1YCLOPKD1A of Modern Travel, and
J Swan'a Three Years' Hesidcnc on the North
West coast for sal al Ihe
CITY noOK STORE.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
T Ti. BLAXriED would inform Iha public
(J that ho has now ou hand a laruo and well
seleeted stock of reailvmada HOOTS and
SIIOK3, which he offers fur sale unreasonable
terms. Also, It attr-proaf I'attt Blacking.
MAKING AND REPAIRING-
Done to order, on short notic.
Augnst 8, 18 S7. 17 y
LINN CITY STORE.
milE subscriber would respectfully inform the
J pulilie that he has lakell ihe store lately oc
cupied by Mr. UHuvnin-ox, al LIXiN Clt J , with
lie design of continuing Iha
cm.'i'sil itleri'liaiidiiiO nusincw.
will keep always on haud i good assortment of
Crodvrif. Hardware, Clothing, Root) and
Shoes, timeit oncri, Ligars,
The above will a!wuy le offered at the
For Cash or Co'intnj Product.
3T Tlease call and see fur youisclve. fTi
Linn City, Sept. 28, lSi7. 24
tiooil Whont Wonted,
TOR which Ihe hilicsi market price will be
X paid in cash or Irani', nt the
Sept2t). LI NX CITY STORE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Second Mon
day in October iuxi ia anno nled for the ex
nm nation and a'liustuieut of the accounts of
Jellies Mn, III, adinuiMrulnr of Um estate of I at-
rick CuHuhiin, late of iMaekainas county deceased.
Sept. 1 9, 1 857-23w3 Judge of Probate.
rpilE OREGON CITY UUUG STORE is re
L moved to thu corner of Third and Aluin Sis.,
formerly uceupied by S. Marks, A: Co. sep 19.
H'iV. O. DEMENT, 4 CO.
sep 1 9
BUS. OATS SACKED. For
Wh. V. DEMENT, 4 CO
THE OATMAN GIRLS !
FOR SALE AT THE
aug 83-19 CITY BOOK STORE.
SEane's Arctic Expedition,
T) USSKLL'S CRIMEAN WAR, and other
XI interesting works, for sale at Ihe
sep 12 CITY BOOK STORE.
WM C. DEMENT & CO.
ARE NOW RECEIVING, per bark Na
lumikcaz and brig Francisco, the following
goods, all of which they oiler at reduced prices:
I0II11O lbs No 1 China sugar,
15000 ' Rio coffee,
100 boxes Hill's and Colgate's soap,
100 kegs syrup, 5s 1 6s gal,
40 casts pickles,
30 " pie fruits, ass'd,
10 bbls crushed sugar,
SO cases tea,
SO nests willow baskets,
100 gals sperm oil. aept 12, '57.
JCST RECEIVED 25 cast alec) plows for
sale by WM. C. DEMENT & CO.
A Few C'aaei
F that superior GREEN TEA just received
To Arrive Within Ten Days,
DIRF.CI FROM NF.W YORK,
FAIRBANKS' scales, weighing from
1000 to 3000 lbs,
6 Hickox's cider mills,
Blacksmith's vises, anvils, Ac,
Mill and X-cut saws,
Shears snd saws,
3 doz ateelyarda, weighing from 300 to 400,
6 " A me' spade,
50 Beria grindstones,
10 doz Chios' axes, handled,
10 " do do without,
5 " haud axes ;
for sale low by
sep U WM. V. DEMENT & CO.
' Criimpton's Medal '' Tobacco al
W M. C. DEMfcNT CO -S.
TfE WILL PAT CASH or TRADE for
1 T Rood lib AT at llie market price.
CHARM AN 4 WARNER.
IJ aftf GALS, sperm oil (superior qoalitv)
J. WW forsal by
WM. C DEVEST & CO.
'HOYS, of dinerent kinds, for sale by
JL CHARMAN & WARNER.
BRADLEY & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS
OREGON CITY, O. T
TJ"EEP eomlaully on Iiand 'Jiljtn
JV general aortineal at jW
alo, fine asaorlinenl of
STATIONERY, 4 EVERYTHING ELSE
generally kept in their I n of busiueM.
t'ALI. AT TIIV SlosorTIIS
Ojipetiti llulmti't Illicit Stan.
. pl.5, IS57. " 2 1 If
SMOKERS AND CHEWERS
I HAVE opened cigar and lobacco slore In
this eily near th nnrkel house, where I oiler
The licit Quality 0 'Chewing and Smoking
TOUACCO AND CKJAIW
ever offered In Ibis market, by the wholesale or
retail very cheap. I hive ahnoat rry brand of
lobaceo that can Im called for, also th best cigars
ver offered in Ih s market, consisting of
6,000 Henri Clay,
10,00(1 El Ltvillanor,
0,000 lilack Sea,
20,000 La Flore dt Araneo,
20,000 Flore de Cuhano,
60,000 City Hall also of
TOBACCO 20 cases San brum!,
00 do. Pride of the Union,
10 do. Young America,
also, a large assortment of natural leaf, with fancy
clay and (ieruiau canister
! H S JO M 9
together willi a general aaiorlment of
TEA, SUGAR, SPICES, Lc, dc,
as well as a vast sinouut and variety of oilier
loo numerous lo mention,
Wh'ch I am determined lo sell on terms that will
justify everybody in giving me a call. I can al
ways be found at my post nearly opjiosii the
Main Street House, where I shall bv please;) to
wait on such as either wish lo buy or look at c!ieap
and good articles lu my line.
Oregon Cily, Sept 5, 1857. 8llf
TTTIIEREAS my wife Hannah Daniels, for-
V inerly Hannah Pctinelton, 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 rrfpoiifible for any debts contracted by her,
or in any manner on her or Ihe child's account, af
ter this dale. A. C. DANIELS.
Cluckamua co., Sept. 1 3, 1 857. Siw3
C10UNER Third and Water streets,
J nnrHMita th Kerry Landine.
OREGON CITY. JtJL
The traveling public are respectfully Invited to
give us a call.
The OREGON HOUSE is the most pleas.
antly located hotel in tho Territory , and has been
so altered withiu the lust few weeks aa to make il
one of Ihe most commodious Houses in Ihe Terri
lory. The Initio will slivays be supplied with the
best that the Market atlurda.
Good accommodations for ladies and families.
Good stubling nnd feed fur horses, with proper
The Btano-coach to nnd from Salem stops
al the Urcgott Home.
Board and lodging, per week $7 00
Hoard, without loJging, per week 0 UO
Single meal 50
Night's lodging 50
A. SCHOLL & J. HAI1.M,
Aug. 8, 1857ni6 Proprietors.
fT7E are now keeping a Liverv stable In Or
V egon City, where HOUSES can always
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
We are also prepared with excellent slobles,
wet! supplied With huy and oats, to keep horses by
the day or week. Those who call upon in may
feel assured that every attention will be given to
horses left tti our charge.
GII1SON' fc POTTER,
July 18, 1857. 1 41113
Estate of John IrXcXiOughlin.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
Jl hu been duly appointed executor ol the will
ol John McLoughlin, lute of Clackamas county,
deceased. All persons indehteJ to said estate aro
required to make payment immediately, and all
persons huving claims against the deceased must
exhibit them with the neccssury vouchers, withiu
one year front date, to me at my residence in Or
egon Cily, or at the office of A. llolbrook, my at
torney in said city. DANIEL HARVEY,
Oregott Grty, Sept. l!i. J57-'.'aw4 Ex'r.
I HAVE made arrangements for open
in ir the "Titus Aiiilronicus" on a moro
yt-U,exlended 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 patron
age heretofore extended to me, I still solicit a
large share from the traveling public, fcvery at
tention given to t'te comfort and convenience of
those who call on me.
TITUS G. CLARK.
Oregon City, May 30, 1 857. 7m6
Water Power to Lease.
THE undersigned is reedy lo lease part of the
Oregon City Water Power for manufacturing
purpe. Da. JOHN MacLOUGHLIN.
Oregon Cily, July 4, 1 fc!57. 1 2
I7ARLY May uiid Victoria Marrowfat, for sale
li bv C. POPE, Jr.
CHAIN PUMPS pric reduced for sale by
mr28 C. POPE, Jr.
fACAULAY'S History of England for
X1L sale by
C. POPE, Jr.
IARY and Correspondence of Anna Law
rencefor ealn by O. I Ul r.t Jr.
N assortment of Bibles and Testaments for
Bile at the Repository prices by
C. POPE, Jr.
ORRIS' Poetical Works for sale by
C. POPE, Jr.
(ARIES for 1S57 foraale by
U. roi'E, Jr.
Jan. 24. WM. C. DEMENT & CO.
SETS wnpin botes, for sale by
WM.C. DEMENT co.
SETS tress hoops, ass'd siies, for sale by
WM.C. DKMK.i T otco.
bEAMI.ESS sacks forialeby
WM.C. DEMENT A. co.
I)OZ. rri,M..vini end It for sale bv
U WM. C DEM EN T Jr. co.
r( BBLS. fresh Santa Cruz" LIME;
tJJ 5 do. caleiwd plater received and for
sale by WM. C. DEMENT CO.
DOZ. thumb lalchc. cheap, for sale by
3 W WM.C. DEMENT At co.
OS SETS hollow auger, for whewrighl, for
Q s' (7 WM C. DKM EXT dr. e
1. 1, iiiuin.fcY.
HAVING ueiuiam utiy
One-oil ( iiy, whrr I h
i'ublio House, which will Im kept as such a
hsus ought lo be kepi, I invite I lis traveling poli
tic to gitu in a call. My IsMs will be furnished
Willi tli best Ih 111.uk. I arlonls, and every alien,
lion will b given lo Ilia Comfort uf my patrons.
Call and Iry mo. My hoiias is aloii(sideof Dr.
MeUughiiu's. KollT. CONNOLLY.
May JO, m.'i7. 7lf
VTOl ICE Is herrby given thai Jamc Ollicr,
i.1 adiiiiniilralor on Iliv estate of A. J. t lilting,
lute of Clackamas county, deceased, has rendered
his accounts for final aelilenisnl lo Ih Probalo
court of ss d county, and Ih third Monday iu Oc
tober uext is apfsj.ulrd fur the adjustment uf Ih
saint at Ore.'ou C.ly in said county.
. UOI1EKT CAL'FIELD,
OctoUr 3, 18j7-'J."w3 Jude of Probate.
Estato of Robert Mooro.
"Vro riCE is hereby given Ihal Iho undersigned
Xi have been duly appoiuleil eieculor of Ihe
will of Kobert Moore, late of Clackamoe county,
deceased. All s rsons indebted lo said ratal sr
required lo inak payment iinine diutely, and all
persons hav jiu claim against said eslata mnsl pre
sent Ihem with th necessary vouchers to us at Ih
residence of It. C. Crawford in l.inu City, within
ou year from date, or Ihey will b fon-ver barred.
It. C. CRAWFORD,
JOHN T. A1TERSON.
Oct. 3, 1857. 95w4
NOTICE ia hereby given Ihat tellers of ad
ministration hav beeii grnnlcd to the under
signed by th Probate court of Clackeinaa county
on Iha eslat of George Irvin, deceased, late of
so d county. All iersun indebted lo said estate
aie requested lo make iinmrdiat payment, and
all having claims against said estate are requested
lo present Ihem to me within on year from III
d ue uf this notice nt my resident on Pudding
river. MARY ANN IRVIN,
Kept. 50, 1 8.17.244 Adm'x.
Mary I lusted, guardian, of th minor heirs of L.
W. Maunders, deceased.
WHEREAS, in this cause a bill ha been
filed praying a foreclosure of mortgage
upon lola numbered on (1), seven (7), and eight
(tf), in block numbered nine (9), and lota num
bered four (4) and five (5) in block numbered
Iweuty-two iu the town of Oregon Cily, in
Clackamas county, and Oregon Territory, for Ih
sum of four hundred dollars and interest , and
whereas an aflidavit has been hied there. n show
ing that defendant Is n noii-resident t
The defendant is hereby notified Ihat unless she
appear in Iho District Court of Ihe First Judicial
District of the Territory of Oregon, on the first
day of the term to be holden ia Salem on the first
Monday in April, a. n. 1H."8, and answer the bill
filed iu this cause, the same will be tuken for con
fessed, and decree of foreclosure entered up.
i: J. HAIIDINO.CI'k,
Ily Homer Holland, Deputy.
Matlock & Joiinsox, Solicitors for compluiuant.
Sept. l'J, 1S57. Hind
W. X. XXutcbins, M. D.,
LAFAYETTE, O, T.
Prof. A. Curtis, Cincinnati, Ohio j
Prof. J. Kost, " "
Prof. Courtney, La Fayelto, Ind.i
Dr. W. Armstrong, Findley, Ohio;
J. Fisher, M. 1)., Tiflin,
J. Chamberlin, M. D., Tiffin, "
Dr. II. A. Wright, Mexico, Ohio;
Prof. II. F. Johnson, Philadelphia, Tenn. ;
Prof. J. Iirown, N. Y.;
Dr. G. Kellosg, Milwaukic, O. T.
W. D. Hutchins' Jlalsatn Wild Cherry $1 25
Jayne's Expectorant 1 jj5
" Alterative 1 25
Ayrc' Cherry Pectoral 1 35
end a general assortment of
kept at all limes. And I am making arrange
ments to manufacture my llulsani fur the lungs,
from the Oregon cherry. aug!5
T AM now selling oh" my ENTIRE stock of
X READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Dry Goods, Roots, Shoes, Ate, &c. 1 have now
a heavy stock on hand of tho very best quality uf
goods, exactly suited to the wants uf this market,
which 1 am determined to sell very Ion and no
mistake, 111 order to close out Ihe concern, prepur
atory lo leaving this country, as my health com.
pels me to go back to France. Come one, come
all, and buv. KUGIi.N li LA FORKS!'.
Oregoti City, Aug. 21, 1857. lUlf
('Illinium & Wnrutr
HAVE rco'd a large assortment of SHOES,
i.inliNiiifV r.liiMr.,,'a imrl litiliou' alinM. nn.l
Gaiters, Biihkins, and Hootecs; also gents' Hoots
and shoes, aud gaitera of all descriptions.
Cradles and scythes, suullis, lioos, rukes, forks,
spades, and sltovcut.
A STORE ROOM, situated on Main
street, apposite the Main Street House
quite a desiruble part of town. Apply lo
Mnv 83. CIIAUMAN & WARNER.
WE have now permanently located in Ore
gon, and will give our whale attention to the
MANUFACTURE of EARTHEN-WARE,
in which business we are now engaged, at the old
Saw-mill, half a mile abovo Cuncmuh.
We are now making the best ware of the kind
ever before ottered in the Territory, nnd shall koep
a constant supply, such as will enable us to fill any
kind uf an order upon short notice.
Up country merchants and tho farmers gener
ally are iuvited to give us a call.
B. M. II AKK1M K UKUiIIIi.lt.
Oregon City, May 1 B, 1857. 5tf
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration have been granted to tho under
signed by the Probate court of Clackamas county
on the estate of Peter Johnston, deceased, late of
said county. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment, and
all persons having claims against said estate are
required to present them le me within the time
prescribed by law at rny residence in Oregon City.
Sept. 10, Ib57-23w4 A. II. STEELE.
IT HAS BEEN EVIDENT TO ALL
for seme time past, that
MORE' ROOM AND MORE GOODS
were needed at Iho
LINN CITY STORE,
to meet the demands of its constantly increasing
custom. These additions have now been mads
Ihe store is enlarged, and the stock has just been
replenished with a large assortment of
(sroevrica, Dry (soodi, Ac,
among which are
Panama Huts, Gaiters, Cravats, Parasols,
Ginghams, Ribbons, Mackerel,
And orT nr.AL Hoar,
At the 'LINN CITY STORE.'
Motto "Small profits and quick returns."
April 11, 1857.
LADIES' aud cents' KID GLOVES, at
IJROUGHTON'S, mn City.
OAT STORKS, all kinds, wholesale or re
tail, at IIUUL'GH ION S, Linn Cily.
GOOD blsck and green TEA, at
IJROUGHTON'S, Linn City.
FUST received 30 hbla Santa Crui LIME,
and 20 ska PLASTER PARIS,
rovjl CHARMAN 4 WA RNER
Win. C. Dement CL Co.,
WIIOI.IiliAI.B tie ItUTAII,
Dealeri in Groceries, Hardware
Boots & Shoes, Orockory, Itc.,
rnlCNUER their thank to their numerous cus
L miners for Ihalr p it liberal palrotiugo, aud su
llen a continuance of the same,
They ink pleaiuro in Informing the puhlio lluit
llioy have now on hand a large aud di-sirabl
stock of (Jroeerir; Hardware, Uuof and Shots,
CrneUru, and llvat Starts, lo which lhy nr
making cnnsluill auuii.ons nom .ow iei aim
San Francisco, purchased for cash only, and are
enabled lo awtl ut lower pricn than any olher store
lu Oregon Ciiy. Jan. Ji, m..
I.'sperieiK'u .Uaket I'fi fttl.
Why Go to Portland to Buy Goods J
TITE wish to inform our customer and Ihe
I V nulil'O trenerallv Ihat we have now on
11,11111, III atlllllioil 10 our iisiiiii Heavy hk;is ui kiu-
ceriesand Dry-(ioods, 0110 of the largest aud best-
, . , . 1 ,.- r ? .
selected stocks of
ever offered in this market. W also wish lo sny
that our good ar of excellent quality, aud that
w will sell
AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER HOUSE IN ORK00.V,
Portland not excepted.
Our old motto slill govern our trade " Quick
sales and amall profits." Our stock of goods is
now opcu for inspection lo all who will favor us
with a call, ('all and sec, and let experience
then speak for itself. Wa sell a low aa any In
Ih Territory, for c ish. or produce al market rate.
( IIAU.MAIN CC VAU.Lll.
Oregon Cily, May 23, IS57.
OUR Reapers and 1 brasher have arrived.
Persons who purchased uf us will please lake
notice, aud call for their machine. Also TWO
MIOKSE THRASHERS on hand and for sale.
June at). G. AllEK.NETll Y & co.
DOZ. five-fingered superior grnin cradle for
al by G. ABERNETHY & co.
Boots & Shoes,
UITED lo summer wear, on hand and for
sale by G. ABERNETHY & co.
fj) g CASES superior brands just received and
Atl " " fur sale by us ;
5 cases Pride Union,
5 " Alliance,
5 " Cockade,
fi " I) l'aradi'o and (irnne.
June20,lb57. G. ABERNETHY St. co.
KEGS Nails, nssnrled sires, for sale by
G. ABERNETHY &, co.
Work KEGS syrup!
Olr 50 bids lime t for sale by
June 20. 1R57. O. AUERNUTHY & co.
Land Warrants Wanted.
THE HIGHEST PRICE will be paid by the
undersigned, in cash, or draft 011 Atlaulic
cities, for Lund Warrants.
1 . J. mcl;ak r.K.
Oregon City, June 13, 1857. 9tf
At War with Hard Times!
HARD TIMES DEFEATED!
CHARMAN & WARNER, who, In addition
to their usual LARGE STOCK of
Dry Goods nsul Groccrlc,
ar about receiving per bark Metropolis and Mat
thew Vussar, the following now supplies, viz;
1(10 boxes English soup,
100 " American do., assorted brands,
50 " adamantine candles,
25 " sperm do.
10 " wax candles, assorted color,
3000 lbs No. 1 Balavia sugar,
4000 ' No. 1 Munilla do.
4000 ' Costa Rica, Rio, and Juva coffee,
100 Booee' domestic ground do.
50 doz assorted spices, in buttles,
C ' English uss'd sauces,
fi ' do do pickle,
10 1 American do do.
20 cases pie fruit,
50 boxes WiiuNor glass, ass'd sizes,
100 kegs nails, all aizes,
CI10 lbs codfish,
6 hlf bbls muckerc),
10 bbls lime,
1 enso tobacco, 'Prido of ihn Union,
1 do do 'Coimnerciul,'
1 do do 'Honey dew,'
1 do do 'Natural leaf,'
6 gross smoking tobacco, .
6 dot tomato ketchup,
6 ' pepper sauce,
10 kegs dried apples,
2 bbls plaster pari,
Together with a well-selected assortment of Dry
Goods, ROOTS, SHOES, arid rendu mndt
CLOTHING, which we oiler as LOW as any
hoiiso in Oregon, either wholesale or retail.
Terms cash, or produco tuken In exchange at
the highest market rates. March 21, 1H57.
Harness and Saddlery.
Til E nn lersigned having opened anew
in HUTTEV1LLE, Murion county, O.
T., is ready to manufacture and furnish
at slim I notice, uml in Ihe best and moat substan
tial style of the craft, all kinds of HARNESS
and SADDLERY WORK, Trunk and Car
rince Trimming, ij-c.
Muroh i.'8, lbi7. A. COOK.
JUST received by the auliHcr.bors,
8200 yds Merrlmuc and Cocheco prints,
1700 ' satinets, blue und mixed,
130 ' cotton warp,
50 coils munilla rope,
121 bund'es map paper,
55 cuses Kentucky rifle powder, FFF.G.
March 21. G. A BERNETH Y it CO.
DOZ. Straw cullers just received and for
sale by G. ABERNETHY &. CO.
XL B. Syrup.
KEGS, 8a and 5s, for sale by
G. ABERNETHY It CO.
LBS. pure 1 lees win for sale low by
jail 1 WM. C. DEMENT & CO.
MOFFATS Life Bitters snd Pills, Bernard's
Dysentery Syrup, Wistar' Balsam of Wild
Cherry, at the
UitMiUiH HI I UUUU DIUlit!,.
IJRESTON'S Sectional and County MAP of
OREGON and WASHINGTON TER
RITORIES fur sale by
auglG CHARLES POPE, Jr.
Selling; Off I
A VALL A CLE uimoitment of HOOKS and
stationery. Teachers aud dealers and all
interested are invited lo call aud examine.
March 2d, 1807. C. POPE, Jr.
UTABAGA Ked-for sale by
maras C. POPE, Jr.
1IL UAKH or pie fruit seed for sa's 1
mariiS U. POPE, Jr.
REGON timothy seed for sale by
mar C. POPE, Jr.
LfSH. whit coseipore 'agar for sale by
mari C. POPE, Jr.
f) SETS coopers' loola fur sale by
. .... Kt. iix..nr.,i 1 at w.
DOZ. polished cast -steel grain scooptfcr sale
by W.M. C. DEME.Ni'4 co.
Iff r , , V . .. 1. Vnl.n. . ,
.1 mh2l CHARMAN 4WARNER'S.
ANDS' arsaparilla, in anyqnantity, at the
Wholosale Prices Current.
par 000 us. 1 iiaius It. hiuiuink.
Khecting,4'4....1l Jil?j'50pr.ct.over N. Y.cust
Drilling I'.'i raontca.
Illeachad drilling II) Wheat, pr. ba...,.)l,25
shirting, I lalli Out do 05a7i
Striped do I'.'J Potatoes do 75
Ticlt-n". Halo On ons do $'J Oil
Deuiiis IS J Flour 17 ,00
Blue drilling H Corp Meal, fresh t
Plaid htisey Hio2l.' ratir.
Kutinel 7Ua!Hl Apples, Jiled lCal8
Kentucky jeans.. .254. "1, Peaches, dried IU
Tweeds 5570 " do pealed
raiKxs. f " Chili, dr.sd. 2025.
fllueand while li' raovisiud.
Bin aud orange 12 Pork, clear none.
LV.w... H..I-), Ilia RJ.II
Furniture do Ilia 1 1 Ham 2if
do. W.lte.lVJ ll.lColl i"
M. do laim. IHallll llulter 4"
Ginghniii 1522 Egg 37
4 1 ut..!:!! eiitt'iira.
Tabl damask oOaT.') Hawtrd, pr ca...
-I.. 1.. r. Oil nr luir..
Viu.iiv... .vv" v s. 1
Iiishlinen 405H? a"T,
clotiiino. .Small sizes....
Sheen cray punt 82Ja3.Buck
Satinet do. .$2Ja.-l
L... J. ti.lu'. II, ir
Bluek coss. do. j(5u7 White leod, luoil...l2J
Redflau'l shirU 81lal8' Coausua.
HI 110 do. do. 8l5alS .Manilla, small 25
Hickory shirt Su7 " largo ...25
Culico do gOal'J lump 1014
.OOT & IIIOK. , CANULSS.
Men' kip boots $ i iJ Admnnline 3337
super no. ao....ij4 fiwnu w-
fine ewcd Hi' ciosa.
Boys' kip boot $2 Havana glOaSO
" h'vy w'x dogl J i2,()'rinun SI0a25
Mens'brg's pr. do...? 17 American $2050
" kip brg s pr iiot.iy .u To,:.
' calf sowed do.. Of 1 1. Pride of tha Uuion.40a4S
Women's h'vy li.H3.Siin 30a35
' fine do $15.1.uke tl
OROCtnltS. 5 MAR0WARE.
'ofTee 14ul5 Shovels it?14
Sugar, no. 1 Chi'a.... 1 3. Axe $I290
crushed 21 Millsuw 00a$U
Sulerulu lOalliS cut saws 75a$ 1 ,25
Starch M Tuble cutlery, 25 perct
Syrup E Boston... $1,20' advance on N. Y.coK
do. H Island ,au 1 ocs.01 ouuoiy, y. v.
K. .... .. ..l.....nM
I U .iloiusses
I,iv Suit 2a2J Olher article of hard
Table Salt 3a3J ware from 20 lo 50 Vf
Sandwich 1. Salt.. 1 J i2 cl advance.
,...JJ2 Kails.nas'Usiici.prK o
.. 8ull Lamp $1 k
Orosou and California Packet
TIIE'WIowing vessels will run In eon- rj,
necllona-a REGULAR LlNEIie.J
tween PORTLAND and SAN FKAN-iaLaS
1 Clippc'r bark J.VNE A. FALKENDERG.
Bark OCEAN BIRD, Wiauiss, "
" CHAM. DEV'ENS, 1Ibai.t, "
" NAHUMKEAG, Wtt.UAds,
Brig I. B. LUNT, RiciiAiiosox, "
The B irks have all been coppered recently, and
are in first-rate order, commanded by experienced
Freight will be carried nt th lowest rates.
Produeo lent from auy part of the country to
Oregon City, or lo the Li 11 11 City works, will be re.
ceived and forwarded to San I' ruticisco.
Aocnt GEO. ABERNETHY it CO.,
ABERNETHY, CLARK & CO.,
Jwv.22,'5(i-32lf San Francieco.
The yew i: 11 a I a ml Tliituul
LITE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Organised in 1843, and having a capital
and accumulated premiums amount
ing ti over $1,000,009.,
WILL take risks In Oregon, for a term of
year or for life. Dividends of profit to
.1 t .1 u.. .I..fl.,ril Avrv rivo veur. In
UIUW ,UJU1LW BIU w." ---- j-
surunce may be cll'eolrd for Ihe benefit of married
Women and children, beyumi tne reacu 01 :reii.
ura of the parly insured. Creditors may Insur
the lives of debtors. Rate in Oregon will be til
ame as in New England.
...This is the oldest American Mutual Insurance
'Company, and is one of the most reliable and uo
cessl'ul, and insure ou the most fuvorabl rate.
Information may be obtained from, and applica
tion for insurance tnude to,
Agent for Oregon.
Consulting rhynicians Forbes Barclay, M.D.,
Oregon Cily, and It. B. Wilson, M. D., Portland.
Oregon Cily, Jan. 31, 1857. 4i
IS by himself, and would respectfully ay to his
friend and the public gouurally Ihat he i
tliunkful for past patronage, and will continue busi
ness at the old stand, and will ever be ready lo
show his Goods lu those who may favor him with
n call. Como one, come all, both great and small,
and give him a call before purchasing elsewhere,
und examine for yourselves his spleudid and select
DRY GOODS, PROVISIONS, CLOTII
liQ, BOOTS, SHOES, and CROCKERY,
Tea, Sugar, Coffee, Spioca, &o., &c, Hat, Nail,
Brooms, &.C., and almost every thing pertaining to
a general hue of business. All kinds of country
produce tukou in exchange. Country friends will
lind it to their advantago to give me a call.
CSfea AT THE
rURNITCRa SAIiZ!3 ROOM,
(Oue door below L. Snow St Co.'s, Front t.,)
Constantly receiving, aud on hand,
THE BEST ASSOKTMEXT
Ever Offered in Oregon!!
Having had several years' experience, I am pre
pared to rell
AS CIIKAP AS, IF NOT
Cheaper than has ever luretofore been offered
on the Pacific, coast!
ILT CALL AND EXAMINE fun VOUSSELVK. XI
A. J. STURTEVANT,
Portland, January 10, 1857. 10m
'EY INDUSTRY WE THRIVE.'
rpilE old friends and customers of G. Collkk
A. UosniNS will be pleased to learn that he ha se
cured the service of Mr. A. V. WILSON, Practi
cal Watchmaker, who will at all lime be fouud at
G. C. RobbiiiB trusts that through lb combined
experience now employed, together wiih his untir
ing exertions lo please, ha will continue to ruceiv
the Approbation uf his numerous customer.
The Jkwki.hv MAM'rAcruai.vo DapsaTM rist
of my business is in charge of CIIAS.F. KEUHN,
Practical Jeweler snd Engraver, and every person,
who has had work of this kind don for th post
fiv year, cm testify Ibat he is a supwior workman.
Yl'alclic und Jewelrjr.
Having mado arrangemente with my bro
Ihcr, at home, who is a Watchmaker, and Affl
engaged iu the business, lo select and purcluus
Goods for m in New York, I shall hereafter r
ceiv my good
Direct from the Importers SrManufaeturtrt
and will sell as low aa any other establishment on
the Pscific coast. G. COLLIER LOliBlNS.
Portland, Jan 20, 1857. 10m2
ORE N B W GOODS,
t THARMAN WARVF.R'S. '
OUANGFd a fine lot jimt re..eiTd and for
y r CHARAJT.
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