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tTUnuri Hil (Leenartl W,ii.)
navigator ov iht .par wuainrt Hiver an.
out) hlni-if t DrpanUVnt kmliji
for Governor ov Oregon at the nrtijnn
alaolien, subject to lb laJeplndenl Volar
of Orotfoo I
I ra for tho imprormtnt o our Riv rt
and Harbor, the Pmifik it I Rod, a mora
exWntiv siatem of kouim skonk rkononii
in afitir o Uuvernmeol, tlx niprealnn
of gnblinir, tL'enrral reform in our
Wen and Mmum, tnUo in vur iriit
Urlhojran, and thiiro Diseininasliun ov
ihn refurin In th Divine) Lawsriv Naiuro.
Wilanit Rivkr, April 35ib. 9b.
b hrtby givca that lit annual moling of the
Oregon Tempcrau ABMuialion will be held (I
Portland m Tuesday tbt 11th of Mir, 1858, al
10 o'clock a. m.
The xcutiv eomm'tte of (hi Swift t Iheir
Um meeting, March 99lh. arveed the fuUowina
object u worthy of discussion by llit friend of
1 tmperane, Tin 1 h attainment rrum our kgi.
latur of such cluing in our prvseut been law
Ihe inalrad of the petitions for and rsmoustrsncee
against Ilea um, thara shall ba a vole annually in
ach preciuct whether liquor shall be naU aea
bevorag In thai precinct) and 2d, whtlliar far.
ooo Leagueo ought not ba formed in our eitiroaud
precincts to enforce our present license law.
O. Dicaixsoa, See'y.
The nail annual marling of the Oregon flili'e
Society will bo held at Portland on Ilia J3tu of
Mar aexl,ouninifociug at 10 o'clock a. u.
Dasiil Iligi.tr, Sec'y,
April 34, 18:8.
t9Tho Oregon Auxiliary Troct Society will
hold its tenth auuivsrsary at Portland Mar I3ih,
G. H. Atkikbo", See'y.
ouaozr oivv nmaxNAxr.
THE Trustees of tliie instilut.uu or happy te
announce that a school will be opened about
tlw Sirrn or Mar, under tho direciiou nf Rev.
F. L. HODGSwN, recently of Philadelphia, an
experienced and competent teacher, who intends
to make hie reatdeuce her and hia couuretiun
with tho Seminary permanent.
Th first term will eominua fur cleren weeka.
Tuition, from au to aiua dollars, according lu the
grade of etudiea pursued.
Board can bo obtained in good families in tho
vicinity at reannab.e rate.
The publ c may be assured that no pains will bo
pared on the part of In Princ.pal or Trualrea to
uaaa Una school equal la any in Orr iron, and
especially dooming of Ilia patronage l parent
a inisvciuny. a. I1UL.UUUUH,
May I, Ib'5d,-3w4 for the Trustees.
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION
ITfA JIall'i Patent Powder Proof Locks.
th same that were awarded separate
- medals at the WarltCs f air, Lv don
1851, and the World's Fair, New York,
1653. and are the only American Sats
that vers a wanted medals at the London
milESE Sara form the moat perfect security
JL against Fir and Burglars, of any safe ever
Herod the public, awl can only be bad o the sub.
aeribers and Iheir agents; who havoon hand and
maka to older, all k;nd of Dealer and Culled
Iron Bank Chut two Vaults, Vault Dooaa, St
Money Boxes, or Chests for Brokers, Jewelers, ot
Priest Families, for Plaits' Diamonds, and other
valuables. And are also Putuuteee (by purchase
aud mauuraciurers 01
jokes' mtknt riuuTiTioi iank lock.
8.C. litKKINU A.I.O.,
AVJ.M Broadway, nr. Murray it, N. Y.
IT AGENTS fc. FmGiaAi.o it Co., oi VV. G.
AVinokll, San Franciuo, Cat. 3m3
To Oregonlans ia Bad Health.
TTIGIILV IMl'UKTANT Ttl THE SICK!
JL J. It is awlul to note Ih haugard, sallow, ca
elatarous faces and wasted skeletou forms we meel!
This is not confined lu the old, but we seo I lie
youuir, able-bodied, and Ikaae lu the prime of I ft-
complain allur being krn sauie time of illness ;
aome gnitr unnaturally fat suddenly ; others wunie
aerd raw thin j they eaniint Incnl.zo or describe
their disease, yet they feel universally unwell.
mentally aud physically ; aome have pains ami
wenkneasin Ihe briaul, luiba, or body: lln-y feel
want of munciilar and mental riivrgr. a want of
ininiiMiaj, and hare fearful foreboding for the fu
tun, poor afth'irte, nereuua irr.tuejility, aad uleep
leasneas; llieirskiu is dry, and occasionally fluli,d
and heated, thin, pnllnl, ami yellow.
Now sudden deaths, limncy, und unirvrsal de
bility ia too, too prevalent here aud who wnmlers,
when combined with a climnie l.ke this, a dry air
impregnated with eleclnoily and galvauisin T We
elnve niary who hn passed lliroilh aiekness,
w hose life at inleiiiperare aud debauched, or have
seen others who tiave been nearly dociored to
death toy quack medicines, or by the advice of
" The V acuity," who have impregnated them
With mercury, calomel, &c.
For all such casea ia Dr. Jacob Webber's Invig
orating Cordial Sanguifier most especially adupted,
inasmuch as I be above eases and aymplmnadid Dr.
Webber aaimrely study in adapting his cordial In
their core. It eiiiivens the torpid liver, ejects all
billioue mailer from the system, causes sudation, or
free perspiration (no necessary to health), purifies
and variclrea thn blood, gives strength to the limbs
and body, and ia pneltively infallible iu all nervous
diaeasaa, Irembliiig, or wukefulneaa.
There never was a remedy which gave such de
light to the sufferer aa this. The Agent can, from
his own knowledge of cures effected by it, con
oeiontioualy recouunead it in any of tho following
otiaeoaes; Nervousiiesa, weakness, languor, lose of
ppotil, sleep, ot strenjih, Irembliiig, low spirits,
decay of tho natural functions, pains iu the head,
limbs, or body, neuralgic or rheumatic, and it olleu
restores those to health and strength whose consti
tute ate almost broken.
DiaiUTr ro nuui, clinatk, DinrTior,
oa MBAVcitKar. Strength, vivacity, mid vigor to
the limbs, body, and mind, ia given by Pr. Jacob
Webber's latigonting ConiuU itaeuusaa elec
tric thrill of life through the worn-out body, weak
limb", and broken-down oonrtilutiono t gives aa up
petit, removes dyspepsia, cahns irritability, eansea
qaiet sleep, and is indeed the finest ionic, nervine
aad songti fier, ever made. It ia purely a vegeta
ble compound, and eau be used by Ihe in t deli
cate female. The reader ia cousciviitiously aasared
h is aH H is represented.
CT In quart bottle price $3 or two Aa $5.
Wholesale Agent, T. JONES, 185 Montgom
ery at, 8oa Francisco, to whom all orders can be
addressed. Feb. 2Tui3
Tla Teeia, alr, aa HVIa, for tS ct.
Lafout'a West India Soap Touth Root ia a su
perb deatifrico, lathers ia the mould like soap, ia
del eioue to Ihe tnate, whitens the teeth, polishes
(without iojuriog) tho enamel, purifies the breath,
and by ita lathering property cleanse the mouth,
too rue, and throat.
fat dressing and forcing the growth of Ihe hair,
Jones' Coral Hnir Restorative. Thee are ita
qual.tis: It will force the hair to grow dark, atop
iu falling out, cure acurf, or dandruff, dress lha
bair beautifully' dark, aoO, silky. Price 2i & 50
ceota per botllo.
For curing eroptioaa. pimalea, freckle, sunburn,
tan, and discolored skin, lha beaatilul effect of
turned Italian Chemical Soap delight all who oao
whit and dear aa a yooug child's. It ia emollient
aaa) softening fur infants, and ia the beat shaving
ap mad. Price 35 ents.
Said at lb a dots price at every respectable
drug store ia California aad Oregon. - Proprietor,
T. JONES, 185 Muoigoawry at., tjaa Franeieco.
I V 8 T R E C E
I V E D,
J a splendid lot of
CLOTHING, BOOTS If SHOES,
Drr-CaMMJt l all Derlt)lia.
We ek wtm fill alaoaf any kill a fanner may call
1st. iaii aaa see.
March 14- CHABVAX k WAXJEK.
TTTE ARB NOW RECEIVING dirael from
IT Ihe Eaalarn Slat lh following ankle f
which w will ecll cuaar roa caas) at wholaaole
Th reassert aa4 Iteapera,
Itovolving hay and grain raks,
Hay prvw,liay rakes, hand.
Hay loik", seyih k, snaths,
Graprviu graia cradle,
Ciianl's He.lsgred graia cradles,
Straw 4 hay auiling buses,
Uraiu seoops, asamhws sack,
lliwa, AiikV Im, No. I,
maiiur forks, potato books,
X H sleel plows, X l steel plow,
N. 6 7 Peoria plows,
EtteiMuou cullivaiurs, sleel teeth,
Hunt's sirs, with at without hdls,
liickoi' eider mill.
grimhOousa, grind.lon haneinn, eow bells.
noi a uruuraa, iiotm eanla, curry combo,
horse covers, sheep sliesrs, pruning knives,
Eruu.ng sheara, red clover seed,
iy blue grass seed, apple-parers A slicera,
i and lug chains, cable and trav do,,
I bows, slap hinge, self-closing gal do.,
sheep bells, paleut rat Imps, sieve,
wire fur sisvea, spun colluu, all aiia,
bai k mills, lauuera' luuls,
carpeuieis' liuls of every description,
boring niavhiues, with arils of auger,
Faiibank' plailurm scales,
carriage bauds, wagon bona, pip ditto,
iron axlra, carnage springs, bJlu at bauds.
children s carriages, doors, sash Jocks, laic hi a,
eaien,, bulls, screws, puuU, oils,
null aaH,irusH-ul do., lima, plaster,
truwels, paiul brushes, sliu do.,
whrelbarniws, slur trucks, atroiubuat do.,
clucks, coop. rs' tools, Irasa li'',
S r ug clmliea plus, smiths' bellows, anvils,
a. rew daios, rivaling hainiiiera, Miiitli' do.,
breast drills, lever drills, huraa.aho nails,
milli' Inngs, beeswax, ma n,
ludia rubber boning, do. packing, rope,
hails, oakum, pitch, lar. siiike.
and many other artic.es not here inenlioned.
Keiueiuuer ail lu aa a.,to u..w rua cash.
lietler call aud sea us bsfur purvbaamt- sb
Wji. C. DEMENT ic Co.,
myl Oppatiti Land Office, Oregon City.
A LOT of superior UEI) HLANKETS and
bTocumu aaa, from Ilia WMamette Woof.
my 1 W. C. DEMENT aV co.
TIY MUTUb of au executioa issued out of
At Ihe United blele Dislriet Court for Ihe Sec
uud Judicial Dislr.ct of ilia Territory of Oregon,
ana cuuuty u wnuikamaa, lu I. vol oi U. C. Pratt
agaiust Lowel L Peck, to me directed, and com
maud ug me tu make out of the property of the
said Lowel L. Peck the aum of one hundred and
nil). seven dollars uud Iweniy-f.ve ceuia judg
nwut, and interest Ihereou amouuliug to one bun
Uredaud I luce dodurs, lojjether Willi forty -eight
uouars ami eigniy cents costs and aoeruing casta,
aud lor want of personal property beloinrinir to said
1'rck to salisly said execution, I have levied upon
aud shall proceed tu sell al publiu vendue to Ihe
higliinl bidder Tor cash all the right, tille, and in
teicst which Ihe said 1'rck now has or which he
had on or since tin- 4ili day of April, Ioj7, iu and
lo lha following described real ealale, to wit : A
part of the laud claim kunwu and desigualed ou
Ihe pluieuud mupsof Hie L'.S. rjurveya aa claim
51 m T. 3 S. It. U E. of Ihe WilUmeite mer.diaii,
beginning at a point IU die. 70 Ike. weat of Ihe
eoulh-t-nel corner ol Ihe south-west quarter of sec
nun nve (.i; lu I J s. It. !i r. , llieuce auuth aeven
clis., ttieiivo snuth 4'J d. g. K S uha., theuce north
7-1 deg. 15 nun. K. twenty-two ch , thence uor h
3J deB'. W. iwenly-two t-hs. aeveuty Ikt. In the
place ol beginning, ciililaming tweuly and on
luiinli acres, mure or less Also, lots numbered
live dS six (5 & 6) iu block uuinb. red forty-eight
(4H) iu Oiegou Cny, iu said cuuuty. Sale tu lake
place at the Court-1 louse door iu Oregon City on
Wr.iiMjsiur, the Hit invorjuxa, lh.8. at U o'
clock r. M. ALMOND 1 IOI.COM B,
May 1, 1653 35 Sheriff Claekamai Ct.
Professor &. TO. ALUSON
T EUS leme lo iiil'onn Ihe ladii a and geutle
XJ men of OREGON CITY ami ita r.cniity
that having nnw permaueiilly settled in Oregon
City, hu is prepared to givo l.S'S'l RUCTION iu
Viz: GUITAR, FLUTE, CLARIONET, fc.
Dy hia long exier.ence ill leaeliing in lh At
lantic Stiles, he llnltera hiimelf lliat he can give
eut.ro salislaciion to all who may please lo patron
ire him. Iusiruineula and musiu mruished, if de
N. B. llands taught, and all kinds of music
fjT Inquire at Ihe City uook Store.
April 34. I8.'i8. S6
milE UEGUIiAlt Siiiiiiner Term of this In
jL stiluiion will cominenea ou Wtcu.nxsuAr, Ar
an. 31st, I8.18, aud continue twenty-two weeka.
Tim design of Ihe Institution ia lo leach young
men lo think independently und correctly. Wo
seek Ihe real intellectual and moral improvement.
It is expected that all who repair to tins pince to
spend a season of onmparulive retiremeut from ihe
world, will have the desigu of Ihe Institution dis
tinctly in view.
1 lie f acuity consuls of the following persons :
Riv. Uko. 0. Ciianul, O.D., President, and
Professor of Moral aud Intellectual Philosophy.
D. Pr, A. M., Professor of Lutiu aud Greek
C. II. .Uattuon, Professor of Mathematics.
A. Post, I ,
G. L Russell. l'"-
Air. .Mattoon iravela during ihe summer fnfu-r
July 1st) fur the purp-ee of securing an endow
ment for the Iniiitiition, but takea hia post aa
I eaeher at the commencement of the fall term.
Mr. Post cornea mm the Institution ua soon aa th
Profeasorsh p ia endow. J.
TERMS. From $6 toQIOper quarter, ac
cording lo the advuiiceinenl of the pupil lo ba
puid in advance, hoard and other accommoda
lions can be obtained at low rate. Book aud
stationery furnished at lh liist.luli n.
It w desirable that all should commence at th
beginning of Ihe term, rt possible.
The College is located at MuMionville, one of
the inoatpleasautsituaiiona in Oregon, on theS4ith
Fork nf the Yamhill River, about four mile from
Lafayette (Ihe eounly seat), and ia the midst of
an enterprising aud religious community; and, il
ia thought, presents tery euptrior accommodations
for such aa desire a thorough and ueeful educa
tion. IIKNKY WAKHK i,
lw3 President of the Board of Trustees.
MESSRS. N. N. MATLOCK AND S. L
desire to inform tho inhabitania of Oregon Cily
and vicinity lhat they have kuly REMOVED
their market up Maiu el reel,
Nearly Opposite the Post Offic,
where Ihey will keep constantly on hand Ihe beat
qualiiyof FRESH BEEP, FORK. MUTTON,
also Cora Beef, Bacon, Butter, Egg, and all
k i uds of vaotTABLu hi bo bad in tho country
uf which will be offered at Ihe lowest market
rales. - Caaa paid lor all in auove-mrnuoued ar
ticles. April 84, 1650.
Ctitmak, Apt 17. JOS. BAKSTOW.
ALL wh arc iodebted to Ihe firm of Chabmas)
at Wasmxs are requested to call at thoir
tor and aeule by cash or noe forthwith.
t IIAUMAN k. WARNER.
Oregon City, Feb. 6, 1958.
F from rite te irty pPoea, at
T.CBII. A, W4INSI.
Ohatfnaa ti Warner.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Dralrr lu Orr Gaoda,
Clothing, Hardware, Crockery. Glassware,
Unms, ohoee, faints, Oil, dr.,
la lhir Drt-prof Brick Main iraur,
oir.o.i cirr, oikooi.
Iii.wri j nst epened an extensive Masiit
lions It UuTcHsa Siior in lb bo Mint next
Quae o low lh real unice, whr I shall kei0ou
stoall) on hand a supply of
BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL,
and ether kind of ax at, a Well aa Vegetables,
oniier, ijr. and en rv lh nf eotnnuia lo a mar.
kel house. Th meal d. partirwut will be kept in
a sty! superior lu anything heretofore a in lb
ity, and palron will be aeouuiinudeled aa lo
Isrms. Cult and try mi.
Oregon I ity, April If), IR.' 8. 5'Jtf
THE WAR DEBT WILL BE PAID II
Cbnrtrmi St Warner
HAVE REMOVED to their Brick Building
ou Affli it., formerir eeciio ed bv Wm.
Holme dc Co., wber Ihey are prepared to do kusi.
ss on me same o:u plan.
We have on baud a lensral aaaurtment of Drv
Gooila, Grow r e, ot I'rovbwua, and ever)- nlher
uing in lariusr wnnir. April IU, 1858.
Wi b-li'i'i I'liabrltlgtid
DICTIONARY Revised and aularged di
lion fur aal al the
CITY BOOK STORE.
i. C. AINSWUBTH. WM. DIERDnHFF.
AI.XSUOUTII A DICRDOUFF,
Wnoi.ESAI.K AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
DRY . GOODS, CLOTHING.
Loots ct Shoe, and Crockery,
la lb new Fire proof Drick Mala rraxxr,
OREGON CIT7. 0. T.
DIERDOIIFF A CO. IIAVK HE-
mov.d to lh NKW FIItF.-PROOP
BRICK, next door tu Ihe brick formerly owned hy
Holmes, The firm will hereafter be known as
AINSWORTII it DIEItDORFF.
ARE MOW OPENING
New rire-rroof Brick,
A LA SO AKD WILL ASSUBTKD OC Of
Feeling perfectly secure against fire, we will new
Offer Greater Inducements than ever
lo the public. Wa are constantly In receipt of
selected with Ihe greatest care (aa l price and
quality), aud are confident that our facilities will
suable ua lo offer and foods
AT PORTLAND PRICES!
(freight on), and would advise all those visiting
this cily to purchase goods, to examine our Mock
and prices before put chasing elsewhere.
have, and are jnt receiving, au tuvotce or
consisting iu part of the following articles Cochc
co, Pacific, lladicy, Couesteg", tiprague, Philip
Allen, Kail River, Merrimac, Briggs.aud numer
ous nlher clinics PKINT8, all late etyle; Eng
lish a. French merinos, Lyoneio cloth, mohair and
other Debaxe ; braie, wool, it niuahn do luiues,
black, blue, purple, it pink meriuos, fancy plaids,
iaeonet, book, awias, tt mull muslin, ladies einb.
sets, collars, bdkfs It skirts, dtraa it bonnet trim
mings, French It domestic g nghains, French
lawns from 131 lo iSt, blue, mixed, A grey eati-
net, wool ct cotton iraiw, eoltonade, bleached and
bruwu sheeting from 3-4 to IU-4 wide, brown and
bleached drills, den ins, hickory shirting; Silesia,
marine, brown, aud Irish lineu, nankeen, d aper,
and crash, a large lot of Itueu and thread laces
and edging, hosiery, dee.
MEN'S d BOYS' CLOTHING:
Blue, black, and brown cloth coats : 10 dot blk
cloth vests, 5 dm while and buff Marseilles do,
velvet n ud aatiu do : 3U dux aatiuel uanla, doeskin
and fancy casaiimre do, 3D dot merino and cotton
undershirts, grey, blue, St black cloih over coats,
wiih a general assortment of reuts' furnishing
BOOTS SHOES Men's, boys', and
youths' hoots ; lad.es', misses', and ehildrens' mo
rocco, gual, kid, and call Congress boots, with At
without heels; ladies' kid slipper.
Rio and Java coffre, black and areen tea, X. O.,
China, Balavia Island, Cal. refined, and crushed
augar, East Boston, Cal., sugar house, and golden
syrup; ra!l,5lo!tOU lb sksj 10U kga nails, aaa'd
sixes; IMI's pale, chemical and English aaip,
snap powder, powder, shot, and lead, yeast pow
er, saleratua, cream tartar, smoking and chewing
tobacco, green corn, pent, tomatnte, etraio and
Uacklierriee, in 3 lb tina ; spice, peppi r, and cumin,
pearl barley, macaroni, vermcelli, corn atarch,
liiiond", walnuts, urnxii auta, raisins, Chili peach
es, dr.ed fruit ; mackerel, in qra hlf bbla, sardines.
A nun assortment or
CROCKERY 4 TABLE CUTLERY
20 crares assorted ware,
40 dox steel picks,
30 ' Dutch and Ildla bees.
While Lead, Oil, and Window Glass ;
with a variety of other article usually kept.
ILr "0 win pay cash lor wheat, Hour, bicon,
utter, eggs, aud almost everything the fanner has
for sale. A. is D.
Oregon Cily, April 10, 1858.
UST RECEIVED, the afef ryr nf bilk
satin liONNETd, Leghorn At, straw flata.
AINSWORTII & DIKKDORFK.
Land for Sale.
A HALF SECTION of good land
ia for sale, ( tuated on Claekamai. 51
miies N.E of Oregoii City 41) acres uu-Jii
der fence, half of which ia under cultivation y
wtlh a young ubchabd or about 15U trees, aome uf
which are bearing ; besides a small frame house
aud out buildings.
Th property will bo sold for cash, or traded for
property in Oregon Cily or Portland. For further
iiriiculara,rmiiireuf the ed tor of the Argus, bill
DR. CARTE ICS PULMONARY HALS AM
just receivtd by axranaa at ihe
OREGON CITlf DRUG STORE.
March 37, 1858.
B 0 R S ES HOEING.
HOSE who wish to gel their HORSES
well ehod, and ipeedilu done.
please call on OLD DICK, at the new Black
smith shop opposite Allan It McKinlav'i store.
Oregon Vily, March 37, 1858.
..-, r-c ,,., , e aaaortment of GOODS a cheap a they can be
gHINGLES-O.or-le.b WMght .t tpy tlof. ia Qreg City. Dec. 5, '57.
FULL assortment of V alike .Notions at DOZ. grape-vine eradlee for aale bv
mh21 CHARM AN A WARNER'S. D WM. C DEMENT Ir. co.
SANDS' Karsaparill. in aay qnanUty, at lha Good Vheat Wanted.
OltEGt IN CI T f DRUG STORE. . Tf" " , T
TtOR which lh h gheet mrael pne win be
-a n nn7 n,-. A V iB h or trade, at th
16 'HhARMAN a WARNER. Sea. IMS CITY STORE.
FYS, of different kind.. sale by "R A?" 8TORES' tf, , i.Z'V"
CHARM AN at WARNER. 1 "" " BAILKY'S, L.aa City.
ORRIS' Poetical Work for aal by fH AIN PUMPS prie redoe-d-for aale by
C. POPE, Jr. J avrM C POPf, Jr.
Iatronls Bom Xndnitrr (
T II AVE now ia full opraiion a CABINET
X SHOP la Ihla city, near Ih Cougrrgalioual
eliurah, where l am manufacturing
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
and such other furaitur aa i wantad
I by ih rf
commuuily generally. There ia connected with
where all sorts of lurniugean be dou. Large and
small Upinntng'Wheel made la ardor,
I am making a bolter article than imported fur'
nilure, and selling it it a leas coat. Giv m a
call jou will lose nolhiug by It,
Oregon Cily, March 117, 1858. (OniS
Amamox, rAJLaxsjui i
WE bav bow on the way from the Esstern
Te Arrive aboiil the laal ( Aprils
A SUPERIOR LOT
at th sbovs-meulioucd machine. They combine
all of Ihe latest Improvements, and w have no
beeiialion iu aayiug that we believe them tu be the
mot rEartu.T macuixk
aow brought lo this coast They were constructed
under our ewu supervision, having all lh altera-
tiona aeceasary to reader thein suitable for lh
Th THRESHERS consist of two, four, and
ail-horse power (railway and sweep), with elcvo
tors and every raseulial convenience known lu the
Our REAPERS and MOWERS are combined
mach ues, suitable for eiihsr mowing or reaping.
I hey werk from two lu four horses, with aud
without rake or, iu other words, on Is a aelf
raktr. Xn aAddltion to the Above,
W have, to arrive at lh saina time, lh following
Peoria Plows, X 8,
Boton Clipper Plows,
Qrapenine Grain Cradles,
Scythes and Snaths,
Hay Forks and Rakes,
BARK MILLS, 4 TANNERS' TOOLS.
Aim, a select asaortment of
smiths' and carpr.nters' tools,
With many other article not here mentioned.
We would say to our customers and th public
generally, if they are In want of any of Ihe above
inrulioned articles, Ihey w ill do well te call anil are
uure before purchasing elsewhere, aa we are deter
mined to sell LOW FOR CASH.
We would also add thai our Machine ire being
rapidly Bold to arrive, lietler call and secure oue
of them before too lute. If preferred, Machines
delivered in Portland, if engaged before arrival.
Wm. C. Lfc)MENT & CO.,
Oregon City, Jan. 30, '58. Oppoiite Lmd Office.
WM. C. DEMENT & CO ,
"VFFER for aale the following goods:
ER for sale the following
dot mill sawa, 7x8 feat,
J dot null aawi
9 " Xcut do
SO " cow bells (superior),
10 " handled axes,
10 11 without do
10 '' handled do, ass'd sixes,
10 11 potato diggers,
10 A lilies' spades,
SO " curry combs,
500 lb wrapping Iwine,
100 14 I It packing,
500 feet I R heUiug;
INDIA RUBBER GOODS of ill descrip
tions. Oregon City, Jan. S3, 1858.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
a iiaAW AssuRTaa.NT or
AND UAVK rUT
Prices Down In the Lowest Figure t
Cum in, those who want roods cheap.
nib 13. CHARM AN & WARNER.
Iiidlit Rubber Good.
JUST RECEIVED, direct from New York,
Nursing boll lei, lrc.,&c, at Ihe
Feb. 0. OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
To the Afflicted.
DR. HUTCI1INS' CELEBRATED BAL
aam of Wild Cherrv, with a variety of hia
other popular Botanical Medicinei, are now for
sale al CHARLES POP ICS, Oregon City, and
al JOSEPH BAKSTOW'd, Caneeio. 47y
HCUOOls DOOaVNt SCHOOL BOOoVHlt
EL. BRADLEY St CO. have, in nddiiion
e In their well-selected Block or SCHOOL
BOOKS, just received the following direct from
the publishers: 950 dox. Sander' Series School
Books, among which will ba found hia primers;
1st, 2d, 3d, 4lh, At 5th Young Ladira' and High
School Render ; also 25 dox. Thompson's Prac
tical Arithmetic, 95 dox. Willsou's U.S. History,
school edition ; 25 dox. Parley's Universal History,
school edition ; 90 dox. Intelligent Readers, 50
dox. slates, together wild a large assortment of
slationerv. A'c, etc. Send your order lo lh
CITY BOOK-STORE, and they will be attend,
ed lo wilhnut delay. Jan. 93, 1857.
Ckf ACRES OF GOOD
4ml VI Upper Mnlalla Prairie. For particulars
enquire ef E. L. Hbaoliv, at the Cily Rook
Store in Oregon City. Feb. t, IP58.
Hit AVIXG, HUAMPOOIXO, VC.
THE public are respectfully informed lhat the
undersigned have opened a SHAVING SA
LOON opposite Messrs. Gibson V Potter' U.ll
Hair Cutting, Sliating, Shampooing, tfC.
done in th latest and most approved st; ls.
Alan, liooi-blacking, light jobbing, Ac Gentle
men's bed rooiiia taken care of. and all olher sniall
jobbing dona ou Ihe cheapest and most exredilious
tenna. JOHN tt THOMAS WARD,
Jan. 30, 1858. Main it., Oregon City.
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS!
Ai veil as your Dimes I
IF you want GOOD articles at Ihe lowest po.
Bible price, call at CHARLES POPE'S
slur, on Main street, where you will find a large
Farm for Sale for $1,500.
T OFFER for sal. a half socllon of
JL land situated about six mile east of is..
II . II.... .11'. r. 1.. L'.-b.B.nli.m I !.. I!'
HIVWW.I. V I.I WHH.HIWHtV.ia,
eoutiiv, and about twenty mils from Salsm.
Th (hip of Ih Und suits it well for ordiniry
farming, and il I alao ne f th keel stock farm
In Ih country. I h improvement include an
hundred and twenty appl tree nf improved rruil ;
also peach, plum, aud cherry Ire, all of which
will soon be ia plentiful bearing. The location i
favorable to lieallh, i bosuliful and pleasant
Tim will be given en a part of th money al
mo.leral inlerest, or good dock taken tor a part.
For further particular call aa ma al lha ' Union
Store," Salem, or address by letter. Information
concerning il can alao bo had by ealliuf aa W. L
Adarna of Ih Oregon Argus.
rets, SI7, IMtMolllO M. IIOCU
AfJ. MILTON WRIGHT, Teacher,
TTTILL enter upon hi firrt term In Ih Pri
f V niary Dsparlmenl of lh Sublimity coller
on Aloodiy lh VJd day or Aovember.
1 union per term of twelve week, 15.00
For each additional branch above the primary.
nity com more.
- . -
Hy order of lb Trustee.
Deo. 5. ALLKNJ. DAVIE, S.c'y,
CORNER Third and Water atreels,
eppuail Ihe Ferry landing.
The traveling public are mpeclfullr lurlted lo
give me a call.
Ihe uur.uua IIOUSK Is th most plea,
nlly located hotel ia the Territory, aud has been
ao altered within lha last few week as to muke il
ou of the most commodious Houses in the Terri
tory. The table will always be supplied with th
bed that lh Markut affords.
Good accommodations for ladies and familie.
Good stabling and feed fur horses, with proper
tf" The stage-coach to aud from Salem atona
at Ihe Oregon House.
Board and lodging, per week (7 00
Board, without loJgiug, par week tt 00
Single meal SO
Aug. 8, 1857m6 Proprietor.
W. 9. HatdUns, JSC X.,
LAFAYETTE, O, T.
Prof. A. Curlis, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Prof.J. Kosl, '
Prof Courtney, La Fayette, Ind.;
Dr. W. Anniirong, Findley, Ohio;
J. Fisher, M. D.. Tiffin, '
J. Chaiuberlin, M. D., Tiffin, "
Dr. li. A. Wright, Mexico, Ohio;
Prof. II. F. Johnson, Philadelphia, renn.t
Prof. J. llruwn, N. Y.j
Dr. G. Kellogg, Milwaukie, O. T.
W. P. Ilutchina' Ilalaain Wild Cherry il 95
Jnyne's Expectoraut 1 95
" Alleralive 1 25
Ayre' Cherry Pectoral 1 95
aud 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. auglS
OF ALL SIZES,
ARE now being manufactured and offered for
aale in Oregon City, at the Blacksmith shop
near Mr. Caufirld'a store.
The undersigned, having had fire years' expe
rience in the PLOW business in Oregon, begs
leav to inform the farming community that he ia
confident of bring able to supply their wants iu
the Plow line, if they will give him a call.
Deo. 86, 1857. J.W.LEWIS.
Hano's Arctic Expedition,
RL'SSKLL'S CRIMEAN WAR, and olher
interesting works, for sal at lha
rep 19 CITY HOOK STORK.
epl9 ' WAT. C. DEMENT, f CO.
A Few Cust-a
OF that superior GREEN TEA just received
by WM. C. DEM EN T St CO.
5 CASKS Crumplou's Medal'1 Tobacco at
scp 19 WM. C. DEMENT & CO.'S.
SETS hollow augers, for wheelwrights, for
sZO sale by WM. C. DEMENT It co.
PURCHASED II Y
Jan. 91. WM. C. DEMENT & CO.
47) A A A SEAMLESS sacks formic by
aSUUU WM. C DEMENT It co.
THE new and fine steamer
ml aTi HaV
built expressly for the Yamhill trade, will leave
CANEMAII on Mondays and Fridaya for La
rAVRTTt, and Wednesdays for pAVro nt 6 a.m.
Nov.9l, '57. C.E.SWEITZER, Master.
Notice to Shipper!.
ON and after thia date, FREIGHT will be
carried on Ihe strainer ELK by tho rule
of "Ship's Measurement"
Nov. 21, '57. C.E.SWEITZER.
JUST received, a large and well-selected as
sortment uf GOODS, consisting of
French and English Mermns,
Plaids, Sheeting, Canton Fiannel,
Table Linen, Velvet Trimmings,
and olher fancy aiticlea, cheap for cash or pro
duce. CHARLES POPE, Jr.,
Deo. 5, 1857. Main at.
E- L. BRADLEY Co.,
ARE agents for Fowler St Wells' Life Illustra
ted, Wa'erCure and Phrenological Journals.
You that want a good fuaiily paper, lend in your
Kubecrptions also received for Gndey a Lady a
Book, Graham's Mar-uine, llariier's da, Har
per e Weekly Journal, Ate. Send on your names
ilh the cash, and you will be aitenato to.
ChrtriiitiH dk Wartit.r
HAVE ree'd a largo assortment of SHOES,
embracing children's and ladies' shoes, and
Gaiters, Buskins, and Bootees : l0 gents' iioots
aud shoes, and gaiter of (II deacr.ption.
Cradle and scythe, snaths hoea, rake, forks,
spades, aud shovels.
A SET of second hand TINMAN'S TOOLS
and MACHINE complete, by
Oct. 3.1857. E. MILWAIN.
ALL those who want LUMBER eaa leave
their bill with Chassis Il Wabkxb, which
I will 611, and deliver the lumber ia Oregon City,
if desired. H. S. BUCK.
Oregon City, Jan. 16, 1858. 40lf
ORANGES a fin let just reneived and for
sale by F- CHARMAN.
of F.ngland for
C. POPE, Jr.
tTTK WILL PAY
CASH or TRADE for
good WHEAT at the market price.
aovIS CHAKMAH nAUICK.
- A Saddle Hart
OR SALE. AppV
C. POPE, Jr.
Wholosalo lric)i Onrroat.
var oooua. ) saw It Hxoiciaia.
Shstlng,4-4....11sl91 50pr.cl.ovsr N. Y.ccat
Drilliug 13' raouica.
Bleached drilling 1 i Wheat, pr. bo.....J,Ji
" thirling, UaUOaiB do ...75aHO
Striped lie 12J Potatoes do 7
Ticking 14albOnion do...... t IH)
Uanln 121 Hour t.-el
Blue drilling H;Cora Meal, freab i
plaid linaey 1 Ga.4f rat it.
Salincl 7Ua9U;Appl, dried luaia
Keutucky jeans... 95a4S'I'eacbee, dried Ma
Jweed SS70) da p
raiaT. ! " t-um, tinra.xvaa
Blusand whit 191 raoviaioa.
Blu and oraug 19! Pork , ehrer a"".
Kaney eal ' a-o--
L...-Hiins. Am tf)al4:Ilanairf m
,...50a75 llaard, pr ca....
M. do lalneB..,
..6Sa$IK " pr aeg..
I.;.l.ln.n JOaftlt "T,
.,..m.s .Small cixa
Sheep gray paul 823;Buok
Satinet do. .$2B3 iaa.
t- - - A. mlmZ'Hat
Black caas. do. f 5a7;Whit lead, iu til...J
R.dflan'1 shirt. 14al8! . . p...
Uluedo. do. $l5al8;oianill. am.
Hickory ahirt. Sa7' "
ruiino do ntfaiat'CnP
boots St aiioxa. esii.-s.-.
Men kip boot f iJaliAdmanlin 3"
nitr ov uo... e-wrw'"'
fin. a.wcd 04 . ""'ss.A...
it..-.1 kin hn.,i. ai.llavana
ha'vv w'x doSUn9.0erinan
Mens' brg's pr. dox.. 8 1 7; A mcricaa,
am nra a pr uox.Bj.ut ...
. Ami MIIDCD.
calfaewed do..$JI Prideofthe U
Women' h'vv sh s.8I3 Sun
' 8ndo. RlS'liUae
souaaixa. . llaDWAa,
i m 1 , 1 K tJImVAlB
Sugar, no. lChi'a.... 15! Axe
Saleratua lOaloIX omaawa.
....14'r.Wecullery, 35 parat
... . 95 advance oa la . a
Syrup E Bostou..
.. ,75;Pockel cutlery,-
do. s tainna....
N O Molasses
. aadi'Olher rticV)
.. 9a3 war from 30 laSOpf
.. liiSR cl advance-
Sandwich 1. Salt
.'.'."!-4o " hori-Bhoa...35a4t
... 8all'Lamp I'
THE undersigned, composing the "Willamette
Falls Railroad Company," Incorporated by
n act of the Ugislativ Assembly ol uregoo
Territorv, eulitled " An act lo incorporate lha
Willamette Falls Railroad Company,' hereby
ve nalic that Ihey will meet at lh units
Slute Hotel in Oregon City on WaoNaenav, th
5th of Mav, 1858, at 1 o'clock r. a. of eaid aay.
and open subenriplion book lor in sines, oi saw
Company, and that Ihey will keep said booka open
until at hast twenty-five thousand dollar of capi
tal atock of said company ia laksn, purauaut M
th 7th KOlioa of sa d act
May 1,1818 3wl THOMAS WRIGHT.
Qolnr to the Statei.
THE anderaigned will sell hia claim nf
y.lil acres, situate five mile W. of I
Lafavcite and four milea N. W. of Mo-J
Miimville. Twenty acre of land in superior cul
tivation, and bO in pasture ; well watered by aa
mrroua springs and a living etream, lis faoilitie for
irrigation are unaurpaawd. Il location at lha
Toot of th Coast mountaina make it an excellsal
slock farm. For beauty of aituatlon, iu dwalliag
aite iB unrivalled u( wear enough ta a public
thoroughfare, and within a m'le ef a good ecbooL
Terms, ft 5 an acre cash.
Also for atile a nrfw dwelling-house and two lot
ia th village of McMinaville.
March 90, 1858. 49tf
Look Here, Friends.
ALL Ihose who are Indebted te me are most
respectfully invited to settle up their accounts,
aa 1 need the money.
EUGENE La FOREST.
Oregon City, March 90, 1858. 49tf
FARM FOR SALE.
T OFFER my LAND CLAIM on th
X Clackamas, twelve milea from Oregon 1
Cilv. on such terms aa will justify any.
muu in purchasing who wants a good ela in ef
having about SOO acre under fence, a good nr.
eliard, flrst-rate barn, and good house. Faming
utensils, and everything necessary to carry on Ihe
place, will be aold with it- Time wMI be given aa
part of the money.
Fur terms, apply lo Charman & Warner.
December 26, 1857. 37w
THE PROPRIETOR OF
THE FRENCH STORE
in thia cily, takes this method t invito Ihe public
to Call and examine hia atoek of GOODS.
He haa Bow ua hand, aad will continue lo receive
by almost every steamer, a fine assortment of lha
best quality ef gonde, which ha is determined I
aull aa cheap as anybody else, if not a little
The Ladle, lu Pit liculnr,
are requ ited to corns where they will find Ihe beet
and LATEST FASHIONS ef Dress Goods, of
lie has. and la constantly receiving, u n i
GOODS, consislim; in pari of the following
articles Cochceo, Pacific, Dudley, Oonealrgo,
Philip Allen, Fall River, Merriinac.snd nuineroue
other PRINTS, nil late si) Ice; English aud
French merinos, Lyons clolh black, blue, purp e,
and pink alpacaa, jaconet, book and Swiss innslin,
a fine aaaortment of laces and edging, velvet trim,
ings, kc, domestic gingham, bin, mixed, and
gray satinet, sheep's grey and fancy cloth, Milford
and Hunker Hill jeans, bleached and brown sheet
ing, brow sad blu drilling, denims, hickory shirt.
ing, black velvet, slsnafine lot of plaid dress goods,
Brussels carpet, A c , 4c.
net alt Boy' CUthlag.
Ttlue. black, and browa cloth coals of the finest
quality, twead business do., blsck cloth vests, a 6a
lot of blk doeskin and satinet pants, an euaiiue
and sixes, rubber jackets, gray over and under ahirt,
htte and hickory shirts, Data aad cape.
BOOTS k SHOES men's, beys' and youths'
bouts, ladies', misse', and children's morocco, goat,
kid, and calf boot and ehoee.
It w no trouble to show goods, ana no win at
waya be happy te aee hia customers, whether they
purchase or not.
EUGENE La FOREST.
Oregon City, Dee. 6, 1 856. 34m7
I AM aow selling erT my ENTIRE atack of
Dry Good, Itoola, Shoe, Jlc, oVc. I have now
a heavy atock oa hand of the very best quality sf
good, exactly suited to Ihe wanla of thia market,
which I am determined to sell very low and a
mistake, ia order to okas oat th concern, prepar
atory to leaving Ibia country, as my koaltli eosa.
Lele me lo go back to France. Come oao, eoaaa
all. and buy. EUGKN K LA FORKST,
Oregon City, Aug. 99, 1857. lta
JUST RECEIVED, a aew eopply of Km aad
Java Coffee, Rice, Sugar, Hal Soda, Ac.
smt99 C. POPE, Jr., Maia at
AN aaaortment of Bible d Ttaal Is
!. at Ih. R.7 prw by
C- rOTE. J