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OOO GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes, and
VJ Snaths, at
LADIES' aud gcniV KID GLOVES, at
Bona and Lot for Salo.
TUB pnip-rty known ai the ' T' Vault
Property," liium on the bank of Ilia
river lust below R, Cnnfield's atom, Ore-JU
f oo City, is for aula. It la a delightful family t
unncv. suu uesiiuen 10 n va iimIiim. fen,, i.......
apply to Ilia subscriber or It. Cuuliold at Caufield a
Ti .... W.G.TVAULT.'
July 17, l8.-.a 0 - 1 1 )
To those Going to tho Minos.
I TAKE llila method or lolling MINERS and
travelers know thai I have plenty of
MQ riSIOXS A HORSE-FEED,
Lower Crossing of UnuAy, on tho
' Emlgriiul Itoud,
(Eiglil milet aliove Philip Foster'.)
Ons day", journey from there lo the eunimil. 1
ess give H necessary direction, aa to Ilia route In
the Dalles aa lo water, grass, A o. Fresh beef
Iwaya on hsnd. I'ricra Vksv IUaoviii..
. July 17, 1858. FRANCIS RKVNEW.
BELLINOH AM BAY!
' JOHN A. HAWKINS
WOULD inform hit numerous friends among
tlie miners from California and Southern
Vregon that he haa now at Ilellinghnm Hay a
largf. stuck or
CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, TOOLS, .
. HiiPtock la a large one ($1.1,000 worth), and
from long exerienee he ia able lo anpily miners'
wants on reasonable term, July II), 18.Bw3
HAVIXG permanently located myaelf at Mo
Minnville for Ihe purpose or merchanditiug.
1 would call the attention of the ciiiiemof Yum
hill lo tho fact that I am now keeping a full as
sortment of GOODS, audi aa are suited to tho
country trade, audi aa
DRY AXD FANCY GOODS,
Drug, Oils, Medicines,
Paints, BOOKS, hardware, tar, rice, Huh oil, lard
oil, linaeed oil, bear's oil, red lead, vruitian red,
ahot, powder, lead, dried fruits, chain pump., glass,
ropes, nigar, ayrup, indigo, apice, M-p.er, milder,
ginger, rail, a very superior lot of HOOTS &
SHOES, and a variety of audi other arliclea aa
are adapted to a country trade.
All aorta or proiluco luken In exchange for
I am determined lo aell nn micli lerma aa will
justify the farinera lu buying or ine instead of go
ing below. S.C.ADAMS.
McMiunville, July 10, 18.18.
NOTICE ia hereby given, that whereas W. K.
Torrence, Kxeeutor or the luat will or Lot
Whitcomb. deceased, late of Clackumn. county,
Oregon Territory, did petition the 1'mbale Court
of aaid county at Ihe .May U mi for leave to n il
what is know n aathe Milwankie mill property, as
well aa other portions or aunl estate, to pay the
debts outstanding against said estate, mid the
court eel for the hearing of Hie wtition Ihe seventh
day of July, 1858, noli, a or Ilia same being pub
lidied as requirnl by law ; and on the duy set uo
objection being made lo the coiifirinut'ou of mid
petition II ia therefore ordered by Ihe court thut
the executor aell ut public auction on Saturday,
Ihe 31st day of July, Iri.'iH, between nine o'clock
ill the muruiug and tli- g'ling down or the sun or
mid day, all the property aa prnved for in Ihe pe
tition. For terms of suli), aec Hie Executor at his
iraidence opposite Mdw initio.
W. S. TORIIEXCE, Execulor.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
li my hand and seal of oflice this b'th of July,
I S.'iH. KoaKRT Cai'F'iki.p,
July 10, 1853-13 4 Judge of l'roottte.
Xn Probate Court, July Term, 1858.
Order for Appearand.
TOTICK ia hereby given, that Mary Huste.1,
jLl gnanliun of Mury Ann Sunndera, has peti
tioned Ihe I'robatu court or Clackumna comity, O,
T., for an order lo aell the intercut nf her ward in
lota four ;4) and Ave (S) in block twenty-two ('.'2) in
Oregon City in said county.
It is therefore ordered that the next of kin of
mid ward and all persona interested appeur before
Ihe 1'robato court on the first Tuesday in August
next, and ahow cnuse, if any they can, why a li
cense should not be pr.-ntr.l for the sale of said
lots. ROUIJKT CAUl'IKM),
July 6, 1858-7w Jutlgt of Probate.
"JOTICE ia hereby given, lhal the first Tues
JJi day in August uexl ia appointed for the ex
amination and adjustment Tor final settlement or
the accounts or A. G. Walling, administrator or
the estate of George Crow, lute of Clackaniaa
- July 10, 18."i8-l:w3 Judge of Probate.
I WISH Is sell my property on the hill
above Linn City, occupied at present
by D. H. Fergnson. I ertn. very reason-.
able. Addrena me at Valnpooia, U. 1.
July 3, 1858-12 W. 1JLAIN.
SELLINO OFF AT COST,
An Extensive Assortment of
coimlstiiq w fart or
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hardware, Drugs, Medicines,
Books, Stationery, J-c.
GIVE as a call, and we will ive you smioains.
June 26, 58J CII9. POPE, Ja.
To milliner and Others.
OXXET SILKS, bonnet wire, do. millinet,
wholesale and retail, at U. rur. a.
GEM'IXE arhcle $10 per doxen, or $1
per bottle, at C. rOPE S.
ATS FOR SALE, at
A LaRGE aartment of DOORS. WIN
DOWS, and Venitian BLINDS, which
will be aold on Very favorable terms.
June 10. THOMAS JOHNSON.
OA BARRELS CauroaniA LIME for sals
JO by T. JOHNSON.
A' LARGE assortment of FURNITURE juat
received and for aale by T. JOHNSON.
MATTRESSES of all descriptions for sale by
Oilcloth, and Chioeee matting, at
SPRING CARRIAGE, for on. or two
. horses, for sale by T. JOHNSON.
HAVING formed a copartnership with Da.
POPPLETON, recently from Ohio, we are
dow prepared t practice medicine upon a mors
xtsaded seals than I hava hitherto been able to
do. I an also largely increasing the circulation
at my medicines, and hops srs many month, lo
supply all tha important points in the Territory.
vrt r sv, fj. HL'TCHINH.
ffayetU, Jans 10,1 8S8. 9lf
Vfi assortment of Bibles and Testaments for
ails 1 lbs Repository prices by
t POPE, Jr.
OR KG ON CITY.
"TTTK hog lo inform Ilia public of Oregon mid
II ii aaiiuigloii that wo bare completed our
ItOlLER, PATTERN. BLACKSMITH
AND MACHINE SHOP,
find are prepared lo build lluilere, Entriucs. Grist.
nulla, Hitwmille, and all other kiuda of machinery.
Our buaiiieaa connection wild the Eastern
Mates Hie gnat convenience of our locality
lie auperiorily and number of our machines the
use of water power inatead of ilram, and the per-
ieci snowirogo oi an uranciiea or our busiuc
will enable ua lo compete with California.
Inviting the public to give in a cull, and to favor
ua wan their patronage, wo promiee to execute
uieir omera on me .liurtcsl notice, and
At San Fraiicl.ro Prices.
A. ROSSI & CO.
June 19, 1K8. 10yl
THE SPELL IS ' BROKEN ! !
The Election Is Over ! !
A RE selling off at COST the best-selected
J.X. stock or
BOOTS 4- SHOES,
Ever oflercd in this market, lo which they would
reeeclfully call tho attention of merchants and Ihe
public geuerally. They assure customers thtil
they now olKr ihe heat indueeinenta for Ihe invest
ment of money by those who desire to purchase
goods or an excellent quality and ut extremely
Their whole slock will be sold without reserve
at coat prices, and all closed out ua soon aa pos
sible. Oregon City, June 1J, IBiS.
A I.I. who are Indebted lo Ihe firm or Drer.N-
JY. steiiar & HaoTitKss are requested lo cull at
Itieir aturoaud settle by cistt or kotk. June I'J.
WELLS. FARGO & CO.,
ORK.GOX AXD CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS k EXCHANGE COHPANI.
CAPITAL, ... $000,000.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS!
Ship Treasure nt tho lowkst ratks, and insure
under our own ofieu rolicies, helil Willi
the heat English Conipaniee, viz 1
Indemnity Mutual Marine )
Itoyul Exchange Insurance; and
Forward Freight and Parcels
Ti) ALL PARTS OF
THE ATLANTIC STATES, CANADA,
EXCHANGE on Ihe ATLANTIC STATES
nnd EUROPE and checks on SAN I' It AN
CISCO procured nt the Agency.
O For the belter security of ourselves and the
pnblic, Agents in Cnliforuia, Oregon and Wash-
... :. : f...:..t.j it A
IllguJll ieritiofir, niv lum.noru nun njipoiiii-
nieuts" or Commissions, specifying their powers as
our Agents, micli " Appointineuta they are re
quired lo keep exiwed to tbe publio view in their
places of busiuess.
Office at the CITY DRUG STORE, Oregon
Juno 1, 1958. A. II STEELE, Agent.
Pianos and Melodoons.
17 L. IIUADf.lCr & CO. will be in receipt
!ie or a few of Gilbert & Co.'a PIANO
FORTES and Princo & Co.'a MhXODEONS,
on or about the 1st of July, which they will sell at
gun I raucisco pi-iCM. Oregon City, May 22.
i)rr ACRES OK GOOD LAND within
three milee of Orceon City, for le.
Time alloweii on part or purchase money. For
particulars innuiro ut the CITY HOOK-STORE
in Oregon City. Way SM, I8.8.
HREE FINE COVEUEI) BUGGIES for
Al.xawuit nt or uifcituuur t.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
J. B. BLAXPIED A. CO.
"TTTOULD respectfully iuform the public that
T T they have now on hand a laro and well
seleetrd stock of readvmado BOOTS &
SHOES, which they otfer for aale on reasonable
MAKING AND REPAIRING
Done to order, on short notice.
Jlfoy 8, 1858. 4-y
THIS School ia under the personal control or
Prof. llALKV.of Bethany College, nnd i. in a
TRRMS or TUITIOX.
Common English hranchea 1,00 pr qr.
Higher brunches in Muthematica &
Talin. Greek. &c 8,00
The residents of the district thut now live in it
Hoard can ue nau ni trie usual -prices.
JAMES L. LA DD,
May 1,1858. Ca n of Com.
BEFORE AND AFTER. USING
PR. JACOB WEBBER S SANGUIF1ER,
Or Invigorating Cordial.
finU nnli in Odast Bottle. price S3, or two
for $5 by all Druggist, in California and Or
June 26, 1858.
MESSRS. N. N. MATLOCK AND S.
desire lo inform the inhabitant, of Oregon City
and vicinity that they have Uuly REMOVED
their market op iloin eireei,
Nearly Opposite the Post Office,
where Ihey will keep constantly on hand the best
quality of FRESH BEEF. PORK. MUTTON,
k Cora Beef, Bsesn, Butter, Eggs, and all
kinds sf vsostaslss to be bad ia the country
all of which will be offered at tbe lowest market
rates. Cam paid for all the abrr.-rntiod ar-
f.sM, Ap17. J
FEET OF FIR LUMBER
4-RANGES fins lot j rrwd I sad for
J by X- i.u.u.n.w.
Gltianwart, fin oi
l'uini,ground, colored, dry, rf-
Druthf, u large variety,
Uola JjCoJ, Americun
Uronzet, Vermillion, French, Chinese, and
With a full assortment of
In a word, I am now receiving a large assort
men! of Ihe above, with a thousand other articles
too numerous lo mention, (purchased last winter in
Iew lork very low Tor cash,) in addition loiny
lormer slock, comprising one or the
lArgetl aad Host C.omucle Astort meals
On litis Coast !
XV. WEATIIERKORD returns tlmnk. for the
liberal patronage hitherto received, and respect'
fully aska a contiuuanea of Ihe same, aa he will eel
at Han Francisco prices. Dealers and consumer,
will find it to their advantnge t: call, aa the roods
must be sold lo make room rr more soon to arrive.
PORTLAND, Oregon, May 33, l!jj8.
Compound I'.x tract of Haraaparllla, 'Vet-
tow Dork, and Iodide of Polnasa t
AN invaluable remedy for impurities of the
blood, scrofula, king', evil, erysipelas, aalt
rheum, coativeueaa, jaundice, dyxpepsia, syphilitic
symptoms, swelling or the glands, lever sores, puius
in the bones, rheumatism, pimples nn the nice
neuralgia, and all chrouio and long standing dis-
This article, In its stronccst and most iWfecl
form, conluiua all Ihe active and well-established
medical properties of Sarsanarilli, Yellow Dock,
and Iodide of Potassa, a combination uneqtialed
in Us curative and strengthening euccts. Thou
sands of certificates could be furnished or its pow
erful effects as nn excellent medicine.
For sale by Dr. CROWKLL & CO., Druggists,
131 Commercial si.. Sun Francisco, and by W.
WE.nilii;rUKO, I'orlland, Oregon, my S3
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS I
"TTTE ARE NOW RECEIVING direct ft
T V Ihe Kaatern Slates the following aitieles or
which we will .ell ciirap ron cash at wholesale
Threshers and Kcapcn,
Revolving hay and grain rnkes,
Hay presses, hay rakes, hand,
Hay forks, scythes & snuths,
Grapevine grain cradles,
Grant', five-fingered grain craJIca,
Straw & hay cutting boxes,
Grain ciom, seamless saeks,
Hoes, Allies' spades, No. 1,
manure fork, potato hooks,
X 8 steel plows, X I) steel plows,
Nns. 6 & 7 Peoria plows,
Extension cultivators, steel teeth,
Hunt's axes, wilh &- without hdli,
lliekox. cider mills,
grindstones, grindstone hangings, cow bells,
thermometer cliuriis,acir-seuling preserve jars
horse brushes, horse enrds, curry combs,
horse covers, sheep shears, pruning knives,
pruning shears, red clover seed,
Ky blue grass seed, apple-parera & slicers,
ox and log chain., cable and truce do.,
ox bows, atap hinges, self-closing gals do.,
sheep bells, pateut rat traps, sieves,
wire for sieves, spun cot tun, all sites,
bark mills, tanners' tools,
carpeutnia' tools or every desLription,
boring machines, wilh setts of augers,
Fairbanks' platform scales,
carriage bands, wagon boxes, pipe ditto,
iron axle., carriage springs, bolls & bands,
children's carriages, doors, sash,locks, latches,
catches, butts, screws, paints, oils,
mill saws, crass-cut do., lime, plaster,
trowels, paint brushes, shoe do.,
wheelbarrows, store trucks, steamboat do.,
clocks, coopers' took. Ires, hoop.,
qiring clothe, pine, smiths' bellows, anvils,
screw plates, riveting hammers, smiths' do.,
breast drills, lever drills, horse-shoe nails,
smiths' tongs, beeswax, rosin,
India rubber bolting, do. packing, rope,
nails, oakum, pitch, tar, spikes,
and many other articles not here mentioned.
Remember all to as solo low roa cash.
Better call and see u. before purchasing else
Wm.C. DEMENT Sc Co.,
myl Opposite Land Office, Oregon Ctty.
A LOT ofanperior BED BLANKETS and
Ktockixo Yam, from the Willamette Wool
myl n.u, uchmi ot co.
HERRING'S PATENT OIAMPION
With liall'i Patent Powder-Proof Lock,
the tame that ttvre awarded teparate
medal at the World? Fair, London,
1851, and the World' Fair, New York,
1853, and are the only American Safe
that were awarded medal at the London
THESE Bases form the most perfect security
against Fire and Burglars, of any safe ever
ottered the public, and can only oe nan oi me suo
seribers and their agents; who have on hand and
make to order, all kinds of Boiler and Chilled
Iron Bass' Chests and aclts, V ablt Doom, &
Money Boxes, or Chests for Brokers, Jewelers, &
Privste Families, for Plate, Diamonds, and other
valuables. And are also ratcnteea (by purcbase;
and mauufscturers oT
jokes fATEtrr rranrrATioa iamk ijk-.
S.C. HERRING k. CO.,
AV SSI Broadseau. tar. Murrau si., N. Y.
U" AGENTS K. FrrxoraAi.D St Co., 6c W. G.
Wendell, San rrameues, ai. mj
mEMPLE OF HONOR. Tualatin Iempleof
X Honor, No. 1, meets aa the 1st and 3d Sat
urday eveningsof each mown at 6) o'clock, at
their Hall, Forest Grove, Oregon.
Members of the Or.ler in good staiiaiog are -
ited Is visit this Temple-
C. 11. Wausa, W. R. 33
F from sixteen to sixty ga!W. at
MIL." AL, S-
Patroniza Some Industry!
T II AVE now in full operetta, a CABINET
l etnur in this city, near lbs Congregalluual
enurcn, wners I am manufacturing
UEVSTKAPS, CHAIRS, TABLES, m
and such other furniture aa Is wanted by Ihe T
community generally. Tli. ro ia csnnecled w.tli
my ahopa TURNING. LATHE,
where all sorts or lurningean be dons. lArte and
tmau apinnmg-n aeels made lo onler.
I sin making a better article than imported fur
tutors, and selling It at a less cost, tilts uis
call you a ill loss nothinir by it
Oregon City, March !7, 18J8. MliuO
J. C. AI.NriWlinTtl. Wal. UIKKOORFP.
AI.WM'OKTII 0t DICKDOIIFF,
n'llOt.KS.tr.R AXD RRTAIh
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
DUY - GOODS, CLOTIIIXO,
Hoot Shoes, and Crockery,
In Ihe new Fire proof Brick Main stseet,
OREGON CITV, O.T.
TIT.M. DIKRDORFF A. CO. HAVE II K.
w moved lo ths NEW FIRE-PROOF
BRICK, next door lu Ihe brick formerly owned by
Holmes. I he firm will hereafter be known as
AINS WORTH &. DIKRDORFF.
WT E ARE NOW OPENING
V T IN Tilt
Zffew riro-Proof Brick,
A IMOt A NO WELL- ASSOETEU STOCK Of
Feeling perfectly secure against fire, ws will now
Offer Greuter Inducement than ever
to the public. Ws ara constantly In receipt of
SIS x M Saf
selected with Ihe greatest care (as to prices and
quality), and are confident that our futilities will
euable us to oiler and sell goods
AT PORTLAND PRICES!
(freights on), and would advise all those visiting
this cily lo purchase goods, lo examine our stock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
m s have, aud are just receiving, an Invoice ut
coni.isting iu part or the following articles Coche-
co, Pacific, Hadk-y, Conestegu, Kprague, Philip
Allen, Full River, Merrimac, llriggs,and numer
ous other choice PRINTS, all lale styles; Eng
lish -, French merinos, Lyonere cloth, niuhair and
other Drhaxe ; braxe, wool, & muslin de laines,
black, blue, purple, At pink merinos, fancy plaids,
jaconet, book, awiss, ft mull muslin, ladies' emli.
seta, collars, h.lkfs dr, skirts, dress A bonnet trim-
niings, rrench et domes! ic gngliams, r reach
lawns from 13 lo 33c, blue, mixed, fc grey sati
net, wool & cotton jeans, cottonade, bleached and
brown sheeting from 3-4 to 10-4 wide, brown and
bleached drills, denims, hickory shirting; Silesia,
marine, brown, and Irish liniui, nankeen, diaper,
and crash, a large lot of liuen and thread lacea
and edging, hosier', dec.
MENS 4- BOYS' CLOTHING :
Blue, black, and brown cloth coats ; 10 doi blk
ctoth vests, 5 dox whits and buhT Marseilles do,
velvet and satin do.; 30 doxantiuat pants, doeskin
and tancy cassuncre do, ju doi merino and cotton
undershirts, grey, blue, & black doth over coats,
with a general assortment of gents' furuinhing
BOOTS A SHOES Men's, boys', and
nutha' bouts; ladies', misses', and children.' mo.
mcco, goat, kid, and call Congress boots, wilh St
without heels; laities kid slippers.
llio and Java cofiee, black and green lea, N. O.,
China, Ilalavia Island, t al. refined, and crushed
sugur, East Boston, Cal., sugar house, and golden
syrup; salt, 5 lo 200 lb sks; lllO kg. nails, ass'd
sixes; Hill's pale, chemical and English soap,
soap powders, powder, shot, aud lead, yeast pow
der, salerntu., cream tartar, smoking and chewing
tobacco, green earn, peas, tomatoes, straw and
blacibrrnes, in 3 lb line ; spice, pepper, and cassia,
pearl barley, macaroni, vermicelli, corn starch,
almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, raisins, Chili peach
es, dried fruit ; mackerel, in qr a hlf bbla, aurdiuee.
A lino assortment or
CROCKERY d TABLE CUTLERY t
30 crates assorted ware,
40 doz steel picks,
30 " Dutch aud Ildla hoes.
W7i Lead, Oil, and Window Glass ;
ilh a variety of other article, usually kepi.
O We will pay cash for wheat, tlour, bacon,
butter, eggs, aud almost everything the farmer has
for aale. A. & D.
Oregon Cily, April 10, 18..8.
JUST RECEIVED, the latest style at bilk a
satin BONNETS, I-eghorn fc straw Data.
Ht-.nonu nooKHi hi.uool rookhii
171 I BRADLEY 4, CO. have, in addition
J, lo their well-selected stock of SCHOOL
BOOKS, just received the following direct from
the publishers: 2.'0 din. Sanders' Series hchnol
Books, amoug which will be round hi. primers;
1st, Sd, 3d, 4th, it, 5th Young Ladiea' and High
School Headers ; also 35 dox. Thompson s Prac
tical Arithmetic, 35 dox. Willsou's U.S. History,
liool edition : 35 doz. Parley . Universal History,
school edition ; 30 dox. Intelligent Readers, fill
ox. slates, together with a large assortment oi
stationery, ore., vc. bend your orders lo the
CITY BOOK-STORE, and Ihey will bo attend
ed to without delay. Jan. 23, 1857.
Iiidin Rubber Good.
JUST RECEIVED, direct from New York,
Nursinir bottles, &ie.,&e., at ihe
Feb. 6. OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
To the Afflicted.
DR. HUTCIIINS' CELEBRATED BAL
sain or Wild Cherry, with a variety of hie
other popular Botanical Medicines, are now for
le at UIIAKIjKS I'Uflift, Oregon oiry, aim
at JOSEPH BARSTUW'S, Vanemah. 47)
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS!
- As well as your Dimes !
IF yon want GOOD arliclea at Ihe lowest p-s-aibls
orices. call at CHARLES POPE'S
store, on Main street, where you will find a large
assortment of GOODS aa cheap na they can be
bought at any store in Oregon Cily. Deo. 5, '57.
CHARXAN. A. WABNES.
Charm an 6t Warner,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WHOLESALE 4 kETAIL(
Dealers In Ury Goods,
CUlhing, Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
Hoots, Shoes, J'aint, Otis, tr
their fire-proor Brick Mali steebt,
OREGOS CITV-, OREGO.f.
THE WAR DEBT WILL BE PAID!!
Charrnan sV Warner
TTAVE REMOVED ts their Brick Building
XL. on Main St., formerly eceopied by Wm.
Holmes A Co., where they sre prepared to do busi
es on ths same old plan.
Ws have on hand a general assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Provisions, and every other
Ihicg the farmer wants. April IU, inao.
kICTIONARY Revised and enlarged edi
r tion for sals at the
CITY BOOK STORE.
ORRIS' Poetical Works for sals by
V. POPE, Jr.
DOZ- grape-vine cradlea for sale by
WMC DEMENT A. co.
ATxmrxio w, r akmsu i
A It l
tb u m mrm c . ai
TTfE baverwwon Ilia way fruin Ihs Eastern
1 1 hlates,
To Arrlre nbonl I lie Inst of April,
A SUPERIOR LOT
of the above-mentioned machines. They combine
all of Ihe Isles! improvements, and ws have no
hesitation in saying that ws believe litem to be Ilia
moht rr.nvM.T maouixi-.h
now brought b Ibis votL They were constructed
under our swu supervision, having all ths altera
lion, necessary lo reud-r Ihem auilubls for the
Ths THRESHERS cons'st of two, four, and
ix horse power, (railway and sweep), with eh-vn.
lore aud every esMtiilal convenience kuown lo Ihe
Our REAPERS and MOWERS are eumbinad
machines, euitablo fur either mowing or reaping.
They work from two to four horses, wilh and
without rakes; or, In other words, one Is a self.
Zn Addition to tho Above,
We have, to arrive at the same time, ths following
AGRICL'L TL'RA L IMPLEMENTS,
Peoria rioirs, X 8,
Boston Clipper Plows,
Grapevine Grain Cradle,
Scythe and Snaths,
liny Forks and Rakes,
9 Sltorefs, Spade,
BARK MILLS, d TANNERS' TOOLS.
Also, a select assortment of
smiths' AND CAkTK.NTERs' TOOLS,
Wilh many other articles not hers mentioned.
We would say to our customers and the public
generally, if Ihey are in want of any or the above
mentioned articles, Ihey will do well to call and ace
our. before purchasing elsewhere, aa we are deter
mined t sell Mli r OK CAII.
We would also add lhal our Machines are being
rapidly sold lo arrive. Holler cull and secure one
or them before loo lute. If preferred, Machines
delivered in Portlind, if engaged before arrival.
W.m. C. DK.MKN T t CO.,
Oregon City, Jan. 30, '.18. Opposite Land Office.
Form for Sale for $1,500.
T OFFER for sale a half section of
ImiuI ilMiilt.il nlmiit six miles east of
McDonald', ferry in Forks Sanlium, Linn
county, and about twenty miles from Salem.
The shane or the land su.ts it well tor ordinary
farming, aud it is also one of the best stock farms
iu tho country. The improvement includes one
hundred and twenty apple trees of improved fruit ;
peach, plum, ami cherry trees, all of wlitel
soon be in plentiful bearing. The location ii
favorable lo health, is beautiful and pleasant.
Time will be given on a part or the money at
moderate interest, or good stock taken lor a part.
For further particulars call on me at the ' Uuion
Store, Sale nt, or address by letter. Information
concerning il can also be had by oalliug on W. L.
Adams of Ihe Oregon Argus.
Feb. 37,1 SoS-ltiinli C. IIOEL.
CORNER Third and Water rtrcel.,
optiosils the I'rrrv Lauding,
The traveling publio are respectfully invited to
give me a cull.
The OREGON HOUSE i. the most pleas,
anlly located hotel in the Territory, and has been
so altered within Ihe lust few weeks aa to make il
one or the most commodious Houses ill the Terri
tory. The table will always be eupplied with the
beat that the Market afTorda.
Good aecoinmodaliona fur Indies and families.
Good .tabling and feed for horse., with proper
fiT The atagc-coach to and from Suleiu .tops
at the Oregon House.
Board and lodging, per week $7 00
Board, without lodging, per week 0 00
Single meal 50
Nidus lodging 50
" J. BAHM,
Aug. 8, 1857ni(! Proprietor.
WM. C. DEMENT L- CO ,
"VFFICK for sale Ihe following goods s
J 1 dux null saws, 7x8 feel,
3 " X cut do
30 " cow liells (superior),
10 haudlrd axea,
10 11 without do
10 " handled do, ass'd sizes,
10 " ptilato dlgifcra,
10 Aimes' spades,
30 " curry combs,
500 lbs wrapping twine,
100 I R packing,
500 feet I R heMing;
INDIA RUBBER GOODS of all descrip
tions, Oregon City, Jan. 3.1, la.ia.
ALL those who want I.UMIII.K can leave
their bills wilh Ciiabman St- Wasnkb, which
will fill, and deliver the lumber In Orcirnu (.My,
If desired. H. S. BUCK.
Oregon City, Jan. 1 fi, 1 8 .8. 4Utr
Kane's Arctic Expedition,
RUSSELL'S CRIMEAN WAR, aud oilier
V interesting works, for sale at llio
tep 13 CITY BOOK STORK.
spl9 WM. C. DEMENT, 4 CO.
A few Cuss's
OF that superior GREEN TEA just received
by WM. C. DEMENT &. CO.
r CASKS "Crumpton'e Medal" To'iaeco a
O sepia WM.C. DKMENT & CO.'S.
fii" SETS hollow augers, for wheelwrighto, for
S i . . iiiii e iil'UL'VI1! .
aWts sals ny
WM.C. DKMENT Sl co.
Jan. 34. WM. C. DEMENT it CO.
SEAMLESS sacks for inle by
WM.C. DEMENT & co.
rpilE new and fine stealer JfljSfc
built espreesly for lbs YsmhilMrade, will leave
CANEMAH on Mondays snd Fridays for La
rAVKTTE, and Wednesdays for Davto!i at 8 a.m.
Nov.31,'57. C. E. 8WEITZKR, Master.
Notice to Snippers.
ON and after this dste, FREIGHT will be
carried on Ihe steamer BLK by the rule
of Ship's Measurement"
Nov. 31, '57. C. E. SWEITZER.
Cbarmnsi aV Warner
HAVE ree'd a large assortment of SHOES,
embracing children's and ladiea' elioes, snd
Oaiters, Buskins, snd Bootees :-elao gents' Boots
and aboes, and gaitsrs of all descriptions.
Cradks aad scythes, .naths, hoes, rskes, forks,
spades, and shovels.
A SETof seeond-hsnd TINMAN'S TOOLS
A sad MACHINE
Ust- 3, l-57, E. MIL." M-
Wnoloiale Prices Currents
uav uootis. . nanus & medicines.
&heeling,4-4....llil3 5ilpr.cl.over N. Y.c
Drilling I'.'j rsuincK.
Bleached drilling 13 Wheat, pr, bu.....$..'o'
shirting, I lull! Oala do SI. 0(1
Klriixd da I V 4 Potatoes do
'IVkng I -In lb Onions do (3 lift
Henins 'J rL.r j'JJ
lllus drilling H Cora Alesl, fresh 10
I'laid hussy IGa'M rsiiT.
Xstinct 7ua'Jll Apnh a, dried I Cal 4
Kentucky eaus...3ra45 I'eachra, dried M
Hue and white
lllue aud orange
13 Pork, clear.
,.Hal3 ' in.
do. wide. 131 "se n
M. do Islucs I MaM Sutler
Ginghams I5a33 Htf 1
Ahiecii vaawr . r"
Tuhls damask 5a75 Haxnrd, pr ra..
cloth. 5alj I"
Irish liuen. 40.l'
r,j,ruima. Small sles
Sheep gray pant. SCJaS Ruck
Satinet do. ,3fi3 '
T iic ;mmt uvi . ay ... tit
- .i.. Ais.1 n.-ir
Black cs . do. 5s7. "lie lead, IU ...I... J - f
RedHan'Ishirla l4al oar..-..
Itlue do. do. SlI.HilH Mumlla, aniail...
Hickory .hirts 5.7 larg-....
fallen do SJul'J lll''"P
..kits Sc ks. i
Men', hip boots S'.'lal A.lmaiiline J a.tj
super do. d aj.npenu
fiused lii; """'.,n..uc
Boys' kip b.U 'J Havana v ;
ho'vv w'x doSli i3 wennan ?
Metis'brg'spr. do..l?Ainerican........ 'a.iu
kiplirg sprdoxJjt.'if . n i-
MirsstrsS da..'JI rrideofthe l'"""
fined $l.;-"ke """
oaocEaia.. ) . '' "".'.a ...
C.m- NaLVM-oveto j
Sugar, no. I t'hi'a..
A, MML.ws !'U
....II lable cutlery, 3 J Met
Syrup E llostou
... . 9:
,-,! advance on .
no. M isiana..,
Puckel cutlery, J
N O M.. lasses....
... ) aivancr.
odo Other articles or Hard
3aJ ware from 30 WW"
Sandwich 1. Suit . . I J .3 - l"7V. , k fi0
Pepper Jli .iuiis.- -i- - -
Allsisc. 4-H " hr-shoe...JW
Soap Wall '-"'"r
To Oregonlana In Bid Iljalth.
nKHILY IMPORTANT TO TIIKSICbi!
It ia awful to uote the haggard, sallow, ca-
averous faces and wasted sk letun forms we meei:
his ia not confined In Ihe old, but we sea the
young, able-bodied, and those in the prune of life,
complain after being hero some lime of illness i
some grow unnaturally fut suddenly) others waste
and grow thin Ihey cannot lap uliza or describe
their disease, yet lin y feel uuivervnlly unwell,
meiitully and pliyaicaliy ; some navo p uns anu
weukiien In Ihe breast, limbs, or body; ihey feci
a want or muscular and mental energy, a want oT
animation, aud have fearful forebodings for the fu
ture, poor appetite, nervous Irritability, ami sleep
lessness) their skiu is dry, and occasionally Hushed
and heated, thin, pallid, and yellow.
Now sud leu deaths, lunacy, nnd universal de
bility is loo, too prevalent here t and who won lers,
when combined with a olimnte like this, a dry air
impregnated with electricity and galvanism T Wo
hnvo many who have passed through sickness,
whoso life is intemperate an I debauched, r have
seen other, who have been nearly doctored l
death hy quack medicines, or by the advice of
"The Faculty," who have impregnated them
with mercury, calomel, Sen.
For all such cases ia Dr. Joooh WJibor's Invig
orating Cordial Siinguifior mnel especially adapted,
In leiniich as Ihe abovo cases and symptoms did Dr.
Webber minutely .tudy in adapting hi. cordial to
their cure. Il enlivens Ihe torpid liver, ejects ull
billious matter from the system, ceil essudatinn. or
free uersnirution fso necessary to health), purifia
and enriches III" blond, give, strength to Ilia limbs
and body, and is pcisilively infallible in all nervoua
diseases, trembling, or wakefulness.
Thcro never was a remedy wmcn gave suon no.
light to Ihu snll'crcr as this. The Agent enn, from
his owu knowledge of cure. ell', cled hy il, con
sc'etilioiwly recommend il in any of the following
diseusoat Nervousness, weakness, languor, lie 'f
appetite, sleep, ur strength, trembling, low spirits,
decay of the natural functions, puius in Ihe head,
limbs, or bujy.neurulgio or rheumatic, and il olteii
restores those to health and strength whose consti
tutions ara almost broken.
IIKSII.ITV raOH IIISEASK. ci.watr, dissipation,
oa DEa.iucuKBV. Strength, vivacity, and vii'irln
Ihe limbs, body, and mind, is given by Dr. Jaaoh
Webber's Invigorating Cordial l sends an elen
trie thrill of life Ihrouglilhe worn-out body, weuk
limbs, aud broken-down constitutions i gives an ap
petite, reinuve. dyspepsia, culms irritability, onuses
milet sleep, and is indeed the finest tonic, nervine
and aanguifier, ever made. It la purely a vegeta
ble coinpuilicl, nud can be used by Ihe m.t deli
cate remale. The reader is conscientiously assured
il is all il is represented.
JT In qnurl bailies price $.1 or two r.n .i.
Wholesale Atrent. T. JONES, 185 M'Mitg.un.
ery St., San Francisco, to whom all orders can ho
addressed. Feb. Si7iii l
Fine Teeth, Hntr, and HUln, for 'IS ct.
Lnfonf. West India Soap looth Root is a su
perb dentifrice, luihers in the mouth like soap, is
dulioious n the baste, whitens Ilia teeth, polishes
(without Injuring) tho enamol, purilies the breath,
aud by its lathering property cleanse, (he moulh,
tongue, and throat.
For dressing and forcing the growtn oi me niiir,
Jones' Coral I f .air Raalurnlive. These are its
lualilies t It will force the hair to grow dark, stop
its falling out, cure scurf, or dandrulf, dress inn
hair beautifully durk, soli, .ilky. Price 35 it. M
cents per bottle.
For curing eruptions, pimples, freckles, sunburn,
Bin, and discolored skin, the beaiitiliil ellects ol
Jones' Italian Chemical Soap delight all who use
it. It makes Ihe most oourse, red, and yellow skiu
white and clear as a vomiir child's. It is emollient
and softening for infants, and is the best shaving
soap made. Price 35 cents.
Sold at the abovo pricea al every respectable
drug store in California and Oregnii. Proprietor,
T. JO.VKS, I o.i iMoulgomery si., nan rrauuiseo.
E. L. BRADLEY A Co.,
A RE airentsfor Fowler Sc Wells' Life Ilhist-a-
iV. ted, Wa'erCure and I'hrenulogieal Joiiruuls.
You lhal waul a good family pap-.'r, send in your
names soon. . .
Subscription, also received for Godey a Lady a
Book, Graham's Mugaiine, Harper', da, Hir-
per'. Weekly Journal, oYc. Send on your names
Willi the cash, and you win us auenueu n.
Land for Salo.
A TtU.F RW TION of sood LAn
i. is for sale, situated on Clackamas, .''1
miles N V. nt Ore iron Cilv 10 aeresuu-.
der fence, half of which is under cultivation f
wllh a young oauiuao of about 150 trees, some of
which are hearing ; besides a small Irani, nouso
The property will be sold for cash, or traded for
propertv in Oregon Cily or Portland. For rurther
rwrticulars.en'iuireof the editoridlhe Argus. j3if
YvinJAlri'EKS PULMONARY BALSAM
1 just reeelvi-d by expsess at Ihe
J oKt;nN CITY DRUG STORE.
March 27, 1 "51.
H INGLES 100,000 for snle.hy
CHA KM A .V Hs HIS UK.
10 VS, of dilferent kinda, for sale by
M ex. qaality cigars.
CHARMAN A WARN KB.
ALL who sre indebted to the firm of Chabhas
Sc Wassks ars requested lo call at their
aiors and settle by cask at aois forthwith.
CHARMAN A. WARNER. .
Oregon, City, Feb. 6, 159.