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BY VIRTUE of mi order uf salo Issued by
ill Probate Court uf ('tackauiua county,
Orsgou, I shall uffsr fur title it public auction to
the highest bidder, ill the tiiuts, r ((lit, title, and
lute. est of Mary Auu Saunders iu and lo Ms
aambersd four (4) and (A) iu bluck uuiubcred
tweal).ura (2i) in Oregou City, Said rowrty
will be sold subject to a morlgsgu givcii by the
uudersiguad lo Abel Kudey on Ilia 7lli duy of
Bestsmber, IH.'iS, fur $100, and InteresL
The sal will be at Ilia eoiirl.hous in Oreiron
City M Satusda, tiii 3tii dat or Auuust,
Guardian of Mary Ann Saunders.
August 7, 1838. 173
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Ihe
Second .Mimiur or Seitkisk et, and
tli nit succeeding days, in front uf my office iu
Orefon City, an much of each tract, parcel, or
lot c? land daacribed in the following statement
will be aold aa will pay fur taes and coate for the
year 1856 aaid rote being assessed and relumnd
aa non-resident u the lowne of Oregon City, Cu
nemah, Linn City, ind Milwaukie, iu Clackamas
county, Oregou Territory t
Zn Oregon City. Za Linn City.
urn slock. Lore. ei.ucx.
5,6,7, 8 45 4,5 1
4,5,7,8 47 7,8,9 1
1,8,3,0 50 10 1
1,9,3,4 . 31 1 4
1,9,7,8 69 3 4
126.96.36.199 C7 2 6
4,5 69 8 5
4.5 70 9 5
1,9,5 71 3, 10 C
1,9,3,4 77 7 6
all of 70 8,9 6
" 79 8 8
' 1,9,7,8 83 9 8
13,4,5,6, 7,8 85 1 9
all of 66 10 9
" 67 .2 9
- 88 , 1,3,11,13 11
89 3 11
" . 90 4 II
3,4 91 5,0 II
all of 93 2.3,10,11, 13 13
9,4,7,8 97 4,5,0 13
1.6,7,8 94 1 13
all of 103 2,3 11
117 7,8,9 U
188.8.131.52 130 4,5,6 14
1,3,4,5,8 13 1,3,3,4 15
all of 145 1.3 19
" 151 10,11,12 23
3. 6 i Zn XtZilwaukio.
4 1 3, 6 14
9 7 , 15
i 3 1,2,3,4 16
2 5 37
4,6 5 5,6,7 40
F. 8. HOLLAND,
Auditor of Clackamas Co.
Anguet 7, 1858.
Land for Sale.
ONE HALF of Block No. 132 in Oregon City.
j4Ij fourteen aures of valuable land adjoin
ing Oregon City, on Holmes's claim cleared uud
broken. Two Iota in i4.bany, and one b'ock in
Corvallis. AW the almve are well located, mid
will be aold oil raiy terms.
,4lno 320 ac res of good land in Clatsop county,
art of CofBiibury's claim, and I3U ucres on tliu
( lackainaa, about aix mil's from Oreenn Citv.
Oregon City, July 31, 1S58. 10
f pilK OREGON CITY DRUG STORE ia
L removed lo a building nearly opposite, the
Methodist church. July 24, 1858.
Bale of School Lands.
AS ORDERED by tho Commissioners of
Clackamaa county, acting in pursuance of an
art of the Legislative Asscinbiy of the Territory
til Oregon paaied Jauunry 3Uth, 1858, eulilM
" An act to amend nu act lo provide fur the ealo
f common achool lauda of the Territory of Or
i ; n," audi portiona uf the school lunds iu auid
niuty aa the state of the publie survey will ht
lit will be publicly offered for sale to the h'gheat
. d.ler at Oregon City on the Suturduys following
I le firet Mondays of September, December, April,
a I July, oat more thnn 100 acres in one lot.
rraaa f payment aa follows: One fourth of
t purchase money ihall bi paid in hand, and the
r naiuder in three equal annuul instalments, with
to per cent, per annum iutcrcst from the dute of
hase, the intercut to be paid semi-aunuuHy in
4i lance; such deferred payment to be secured
li notes of the purchaser made payable lo the
'I easurcr of the county. The whole amount may
b pa d down at the option of the purchaser.
'I I e Superintendent will give a bond for a deed
lien the lust payment with deferred inlerest shall
t, paid. JOHN D. POST,
Sap't of Common Schools,
July 31, 1858-I6w6 Clackamas Co.
1 LL persona indebted to the estate of J. E.
j Taylor, 'deceased, lute of lite county of
lackainaa and Territory of Oregon, are request
ed to make immediate payment, and ail those hav
ing claima against auid cstato nra requested to
esent them legally nurheutieated for settlement
v ithin one year. WM. ARM PRIEST.
July 29, 1858-V6w4 Adm'r.
Ttol quo. p. xrEWEZiZi,
Vocal and Instrumental Music,
Ha will also instruct classes in instrumental or
vocal music, or both, in different sections of the
country! when desired. July 24, 1858y.
GP. N. continues to import HOLDER'S
.SPLENDID PREMIUM PIANO
FORTE8. Any person wishing one of those in
struments can have it at tho New York price,
adding freight, Ac., with 10 percent, commission.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform the
public generally that he haa opened a
NEW STORE AT FARMINGTON,
On the Tualatin River,
where he intends carrying on the
General Merchandise Business.
He will keep always on hand a good assortment of
Crockery, Hardware, Clothing, Boot and
Shoes, Confectonery, Cigars,
Tbe above will always be offered at the
For Cash or Country Product.
ty pleas call and see for yourselves, and
save your sinenses in going to Portland to buy
Motto "Small profits and quick returns.
Farming ton, July 24, 1 858.
Good Wheat Wanted,
FOR which the highest market price will be
paid in cash or trade, at the
Jul24. FARMINGTON STORE.
GOOD GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes, and
Snaths, at BAILEY'S,
July 24. Farming to Store.
LADIES' and gents' KID GLOVES, at
CASES " Crnmptaa'e Medal Tobacco at
OR KG OX CITY.
DEl.VG psruiuuciilly loca'rd In Or
J) egon City, 1 liiku this mrihnd off
Uutifyinir (lis publiu that 1 urn nreuared v
to muko a superior arllcle of llarnftei, Riding
S'addle; l'uclc Saddle; Bridle; and everything
iu my line, on Very short notice and on tho tnot
reammalile tonus. Pu.'kers going lo ths in lies
will hud this the very pluce in make their ri'linir
ami packing oulht, aa 1 keep just the urticle thry
iiecii constantly on hand.
JulyM, lS5tJ.I5w7 JOHN SCHIUM
NOTICE is hereby given, that in obedience lo
an executiuii i-iicd from tho officu of the
Deputy Clerk of the I'. S. District Court in and
for tliu county of Clackamas, 1 shall proceed lo
sell lo tho highrat bidder for cuh, at the Court
I louse door in Oregon City, on MONDAY, the
THIRTIETH i.av or AUGUST, . d. 1858,
all lliu right, title, and interest of William Gl&scr,
of, in, and to the following described property, lo
" Beginning at the North-enst corner of lot
uumbered two (i) iu block numbered three (.'))
upou the plut of Oregon City iu uid county
ruuuiug thence, along the north side of said lot,
one hundred and live feet; thence at right angles,
aluiig tho west end of said lut, twenty feet;
thence at right angles, iu an easterly direction,
one huudred and live feut; lliruce, ut r'ght an
gles, along the front of said lot, twenty feet to the
place of beginning."
Said sole is made to sutwfy judgment for tliu
sum of three hundred dnllurs and nineteen cents,
Inlerest, costs, and uccruiugconts, rendered nguinst
said (.laser, in fuvor of Geo. Aheruvthy, upou the
foreclosure ot a mortgage upon tho prem see nbove
draci ibed, aud will lake place ul the hour uf '2 r. u.
of suidday. A. IIOLCOMU,
July Jl.lojowj Nlienjf Llackuman to.
NEW S T O It E
HAVING pcrmuueutly located myself at Mc
Miuuville for the purpose of merchandizing,
1 would call theattentiun of the citizens of Yum
hill to the fact that I am now keeping a full as
sortment of GOODS, such as are suited to tho
country trude, such as ,
DRY AND FAXCY GOODS,
Drugs, Oils, Medicines,
Paints, BOOKS, hardware, lar, rice, fish oil, lard
oil, linseed oil, bear's oil, red lead, venitian red,
shot, powder, lead, dried fruits, chain pumps, glass,
ropes, sugar, syrup, indigo, spice, pepper, madder.
gin;er, sail, a very suierior lut of BOOTS Si.
SHOES, and a variety of such other articles as
are adapted lo a country trade.
All sorts of produce taken in exchange for
1 am determined to sell on such terms as will
justify the fanners iu buying of me instead of go
ing below. S. C. ADAMS.
Mc.Miuiiville, July 10, 1858.
To those Going to the Mines.
I TAKE this method of letting MINEliSand
travelers know that 1 have plenty of
Lower Crowing of SiiiMly, on the
Eight miles above Philip Foster's,)
One day's journey from there to the summit. 1
call give ull ncceiwury directions as to the mule to
Hie Dulles us to water, grass, &o. Fresh beef
always on hand. Prices ery Keabonari.r.
July 17, 1858. FRANCIS KEYNEW.
JOHN A. HAWKINS
WOULD inform his numerous friends among
the miners from California nnd Southern
Oregon that he has now at Belliughum Buy a
L.VUGE STOCK OF
CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, TOOLS, je.
His stock is a large one ($13,000 worth), and
from long experience he is able to supply miners'
Hants on reasonable terms. July IU, lij.iowj
House and Lot for Bale.
mllE nronvrtv known as the " T'Vuult a
X 1 ri erty, situate on the beuk ot the
river just below It. Cauheld's store, Ore
gon City, is for sale. It is a delightful family res
idence, and destined to be valuable. For terms,
ripply lo the subscriber or U. Cauficld at Caufiejd's
store. . G. 1 VAUIjI.
July 17, 1858. 14w3
WISH to sell my property on the hill
nbove Linn City, occupied at present m
bv D. II. Ferguxou. Terms very reaon-JL
able. Address me at Calapooia, O. T.
July 3, 185(j-12 w. tsi,AI.
SELLING- OFF AT COST,
An Extensive Assortment of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hardware, Drugs, Medicines,
Loots, Stationery, &-c.
GIVE us a call, ad we will aive you sasoaiks.
June 26, '58.) CHS. POPE, Ja,
To Milliners and Others.
BONNET SILKS, bonnet wire, do. millinet,
wholesale and retail, at C. POPE'S.
i GENUINE article $10 per dozen, or $1
Ape'00"1'' C. POPE'S.
ATS FOR SALE, ut
ALaRGE assortment of DOORS, WIN
DOWS, and Venitian BLINDS, which
will be sold on very favorable terms.
June 10. THOMAS JOHNSON.
OA BARRELS California LIME for sale
sJVj by T. JOHNSON.
LARGE assortment of FURNITUKE just
received and for sale by T. JOHN 90 N.
H TATTRESSES of all descriptions for sale by
1VL T. JOHNSON.
CARPETS, Oilcloth, and Chinese matting, at
SPRING CARRIAGE, for one or two
horses, for sale by T. JOHNSON.
T. CHAEMAN. A. WARNER.
Charman cfc Warner,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Cltthing, Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
Boots, Shoes, Paints, Oils, etc.,
In their fire-proof Brick Mai striet,
OREGOTf CITY, OREGO.f .
HAVING formed a copartnership with Da.
POPPLETON, recently from Ohio, we are
now prepared to practice medicioe upon a more
extended scale than I have hitherto been able to
do. I am also largely increasing ths circulation
of my medicines, and hope ere many months to
supply ail the important po:nta in the Territory.
W1 W.D. ULTCHINS.
7ayefte.June 10.1B5H. 9tt
Js2t WM. C. DEMENT 4 CO.
WE beg to inform the public of Oregon snd
Washington that wo have completed our
V-rsX))) KJ.W Jl MC L'W9
UOILEK, PATTERN. BLACKSMITH
AND MACHINE SHOP,
and are prepared lo build Boilers, Engines, Oriit
mills, Sawmills, and all other kinds of machinery.
Our business connection with the Eastern
Slates the grcut convenience of our locality
Ihe superiority and number of our machines the
use of water power instead of steam, and the per
fect knowledge of all branches of our business,
will enable us lo compete with California.
Inviting the publiu to give us a call, and to favor
us with their patronage, we promise to execute
their orders on the shortest notice, end
At Sail Francisco Prices.
A. KOSSI & CO.
June 19, 185S. lUyl
THE SPELL IS BROKEN!!
Ths Election is Over ! !
i UE selling off at COST the best-selected
tL ' slock of
BOOTS 4- SHOES,
Ever offered In this market, to which they would
rcsiiectfuHy call the attention of merchants and the
public generully. They assure customers tlmt
they now offer the best inducements for the invest
ment of money by those who desire to purchase
goods of nn excellent quality and at extremely
Their whole stock will be sold without reserve
at cost prices, aud all closed out as soon as pos
sible. Oregon City, June 19, lt)j8.
ALL who are indebted to the firm of Dusen
bkrry & Brothers are requested to call at
their store aud settle by cash or note. Juue 19.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS b EXCHANGE COmTAOT.
CAPITAL, ... 6600,000.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
Ship Trrusure at the lowest rates, aud insure
under our own open Policies, held with
the best English Companies, viz :
Indemnity .Mutual Murine ;
Royul Exchange Insurance ; and
Forward Freight and Parcels
TO ALL rABTS OP
THE ATLANTIC STATES, CANADA,
EXCHANGE on the ATLANTIC STATES
and EUROPE aud checks on SAN FRAN
CISCO procured nt the Agency.
C For the belter security of ourselves and the
public, Agents iu California, Oregon and Wash
ington Territories, ore furnished with " Appoint
nieiits" or Commissions, specifying their powers as
our Agents. Such " Appointments" they are re
quired lo keep exposed lo tbe public view in their
places of business.
Office at the CITY DRUG STORE, Oron
June 1, 185S. A. II. STEELE, Agent.
Fianos and Xttelodeong.
17 L. BRADLEY &. CO. will be in receipt
J. of a few of Gilbert Sl Co. s PIANO
FOUTES and Prince &. Co.'a MELOUEONS,
ou or about Ihe 1st of July, which they will sell at
Sun Francisco prices. Oregon City, May 8!!.
S)f( ACRES OK GOOD LAND within
tj J three miles of Oregon City, for sale.
Time allowed on part of purchase monov. For
particulars inquire at the CITY BOOK-STOI1E
iu Oregon City. May 22,
THREE FINE COVERED BUGGIES for
AINSWORTH & DIERDOUFF.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
J. D. B LA SPIED cV CO.
WOULD respectfully inform tlie public Hint
tin y have uow on hand a larpre and well
selected stock of reudy-made HOOTS &
SHOES, which they offer for sale on reasonable
MAKING AND REPAIRING
Done to order, on short notice.
Jlfuy 8, 1858. 4-y
THIS School is under the personal control of
Prof. Haley, of Bethany College, aud is in a
TERMS OF TUlf IOH.
Common English branches $ 1,00 pr qr.
Higher brunches in Mathematics &
Latin, Greek, &c, 8,00 "
The residents of the district that now live in it
Hoard can be had at Ihe usual prices.
JAMES L. LADD,
May 1, 1858. CA'n of Com.
MESSRS. N. N. MATLOCK AND S. L.
desire to inform the inhabitants of Oregon City
and vicinity that they have latoly REMOVED
their market up Main street,
Nearly Opposite the Post Office,
where Ihey will keep constantly on hand the best
qualityof FRESH BEEF, PORK, MUTTON,
also Corn Beef, Bacon, Butter, Egtrs, and all
kinds of teoetasles to be had in the country
.11 .J mW.k Bill ha oB'mrA at the lawest market
rates. Cash paid for all the above-mentioned ar
ticles. April W4, 1BJS,
FEET OF FIR LUMBER
Canemak,Apl1. JOS. BAF.STOW.
India Rubber Goods.
JUST RECEIVED, direct from Jfew York,
Nursing bottles, Ac., Ac., at the
Feb, 6. OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
To tbe Afflicted.
TMt HITTcniXS' CELEBRATED BAL
j asm of Wild Cherry, with a variety ef his
other popular Botanical Medicines, are now tor
sale at CHARLES POPE'S, Oreson City, and
at JOSEPH BARSTOW'S, Canemak. 47y
AVE YOUR DOLLARS!
As well as your Dtmtt I
IF voa want GOOD arlielfs at the lowest pos
sible prices, call at CHARLES POPE'S
store, oa Main street, where you will find a large
assortment of GOODS as cheap as they eanb
bought at any store in uregoo viiy. s ,
A SET of second-hand TINMA N 8 TOOLS
A. ROSSI, ) I
r. sartkls, )
Oct.3,lSi7. fc. MILWALV
Glassware, in oil.
Paints, ground, colored, dry, tt
Brushes, a large variety,
Gold Leaf, f American,
Bronzes, Vermillion, French, Chinese, and
With a full assortment of
Iu a word, I nin now receiving a large assort
ment of Ihe above, with a thousand other articles
too numerous to mention, (purchased hist winter in
New York very low for cash,) iu addition to my
former stock, comprising one of the
Largctl ana Most Complete Assortment
On tkis Coast!
W. WEATHERFORD returns tlmnka for Ihe
liberal patronage hitherto received, aud respect
fully asks a couliuuauce of Ihe same, as he will sell
at ban rranciHco prices. Ueulcrs and consumers
will find it to their advantage to cull, aa the goods
must be sold to niukc room for more soon to arrive.
POIM'LAN D, Oregon, May 33, 1S58.
Compound Extract of Harsaparttta. el-
tow Dock, and Iodide of Potessa t
AN invaluable remedy for impurities of Ihe
blood, scrofuUij king's evil, erysipelas, salt
rheum, cosliveness, jaundice, dyspepsia, syphilitic
symptoms, swelling of the glands, fever sons, pains
in the bones, rheumatism, pimples ou the face,
neuralgia, aud all curuuio aud long staudiug dis
eases. Tkis article, in Its strongest aud mast perfect
form, coutuins ell the active and well-established
medical properties of Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock,
and Iodide of Parana, a combination uueqiialed
in its curative and strengthening ettects. iliou
sands of uortilicales could be furnished of its pow
erful ettects as an excellent medicine.
For sale by Dr. CUOWELL Si CO., Druggists,
131 Commercial si., San Francisco, aud by W.
WEATHERFORD, Portland, Oregon. ni)22
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING direct from
the Eastern States the following ai tides of
which we will tell CHEAr tor cash at wholesale
Thresher and Reopen,
Revolving hay and grain rakes,
Hay presses, hay rakes, haud,
Hay forks, scythes & snaths,
Grapevine grain cradles,
Grunt's five-fingered grain cradles,
Straw Si, hay cutting boxes,
Grain scoops, seamless sacks,
Hoes, Ames' spades, No. 1,
manure forks, potato hooks,
X 8 steel plows, X 1 i steel plows,
Ni. 6 & 7 Peoria plows,
ExteiKion cultivators, steel teeth,
Hunt's axes, with Si. without hdl,
Hickox ' cider mills,
grindstoues, griudstone hangings, cow bells,
thermometer churns, self-sealing preserve jars
horse brushes, horse cards, curry combs,
horse covers, sheep shears, pruning knives,
pruning shears, red clover seed,
Ky blue grass seed, apple-parers & slicers,
ox and log chains, cable and trace do.,
ox bows, stap binges, self-closing gnlu do.,
sheep bells, patent rut traps, sieves,
wire for sieves, spun cotton, all sizes,
bark mills, tanners' tools,
carpenters' tools of every description,
boring muchines, with setts of augers,
Fairbanks' platform scales,
carriage bauds, wagon boxes, pipe ditto,
iron axles, carriage springs, bolts & bunds,
children's carriages, doors, sash,locks, lalches,
catches, butts, screws, paints, oils,
mill saws, cross-cut do., lime, plaster,
trowels, paiut brushes, shoe do.,
wheelbarrows, store trucks, steamboat do.,
clocks, coopers' tools, tress hoops,
spring clothes pins, smiths' bellows, anvils,
screw plates, riveting hammers, smiths' do.,
breast drills, lever drills, horse-shoe nails,
smiths' tongs, beeswax, rosin,
India rubber bolting, do. pockiug, rope,
nails, oakum, pitch, tar, spikes,
San many other articles not here mentioned.
Remember all to be solo low me cash.
Better call and see us before purchasing else
where. VVm.C. DEMENT 4 Co.,
myl Opposite land Office, Oregon City.
A LOT of superior BED BLANKETS and
Stocsjino Yarn, from the Willamette Wool
my 1 W. C. DEMENT A. co.
HERRING' S PATENT CHAMPION
JP7A Hall' Patent Powder-Proof Locks,
the tame that were awarded separate
medal at the World" Fair, London,
1851, and the World' Fair, New York,
1853, ono? are the only American Safe
that were awarded medal at the London
THESE SAras form the most perfectecurity
against Fire and Burglars, of anywe ever
ottered the public, and can only be had of the sub
scribers and their agents; who have on hand and
.!.. a anI.p nil kinds of Itoilor and Chilled
Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, Vault Doors, A
Money Boxes, or rhests ror uroaers, jewelers, a,
Private Families, for Plate, Diamonds, and other
valuables. And are sun Patentees (by purchase)
and manufacturers of
Jones' fATEirr permutation sans t.oca.
S.C. HEItRING II CO.,
JVs. 251 Broadway, cor. Murray St., N. Y.
JTAGENTS E. Fitzoeealo & Co., & W. G.
Wendell, San Francisco, Cat. 3m3
TEMPLE OF HONOR. Tualatin Temple of
Honor, Ne. 1, meets on tbe 1st and 3d Sat
urday evenings of each month at lij o'clock, at
their Hall, Forest orove.uregon.
Member of the Order in food standing are in
rited to visit thai Temple.
M. M. SPENCER, W.C.T.
C. H. Walies, W. R, 3J
F from sixteen to sixty LVrjj. . at
i.e. aimswoith. wM.uiKiiDOKrr.
AI.IIWOHTII St DIEHDORFF,
WIIOI.EIAI.lt AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Boots it Short, and Crockery,
In Ihe now Fire-proof Brick Main street,
OREGON CITY, O.T.
ITTM. DIEKDOKFF A CO. HAVE UK.
V moved to Ihs NEW FIRE PROOF
BRICK, nett door to Ihs brick formerly owned by
Holmes. The firm will hereafter be knowu as
AINSWORTH A DIERDOUFF.
WE ARE NOW OPENING
New Fire-Proof Brick,
A LARUE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK" or
Feeling perfectly secure against fire, ws will now
Offer Greater Inducement than ever
to the public. We are constsully In receipt of
selected with the greatest car (as to prices and
quality), and are confident that our facilities will
enable us lo ofler aud sell goods
AT PORTLAND PRICES!
(freights on), and would advise all lln visiting
this city lo purchase goods, to examine our stock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
e have, and are just receiving, an invoice or
consisting in part of the following articles Coche-
co, Pacific, Dudley, Coiiestego, Sprague, Philip
Allen, Fall Itivur, Merrimac, Briggs.aud numer
ous other choice 1'KINTS, all lute slylesi Eng
lish i: French merinos, Lyonese cloth, mohair and
other Debate ) brase, wool, A muslin de laiues,
black, blue, purple, A pink merinos, fancy plaids,
jucouel, book, swiss, Sl mull muslin, ladies' emu.
sets, collars, lidkls at. skirts, areas iV. Don net trim
mings, 1' reach A domestic ginghams, rreuch
lawns from 12) to 9So, blue, mixed, & grey sati
net, wool A cotton jenns, cotlouadv, bleached and
brown sheeting from 3-4 to 10-4 wide, brown and
bleached drills, denims, hickory shirting; Silesia,
marine, browu, and Irish linen, nankeen, diaper,
aud crash, a large lot of lineu and thread lacei
and edging, hosiery, Aa.
MEN'S $ BOYS' CLOTHING :
Blue, black, and brown cloth coats : 10 dot blk
cloth vests, S doa white aud buff Marseilles do,
velvet oud satin do.; 3D dox satinet pants, dueskin
and fancy eassimere do, 3D dox merino and notion
uudershirU, grey, blue, A black cloth over coats,
with a geuerul assortment of gouts' furnishing
BOOTS SHOES Men's, boys', and
youths' boots; ludles', misses', and childreua' mo
rocco, goat, kid, and call longresa boots, wun at
without heels; ladies' kid slippers.
IB SIS IB HESS a
Rio and Java coffee, black aud green lea, N. O.,
China, Bulavia Island, Cal. refilled, and crushed
sugar, East Boston, Cat., sugar house, aud golden
syrup; salt, S to SOU lb sks ; 100 kgs nails, asa'd
sues Hill s pale, chemical and Anglian soap,
soap powders, powder, shot, and lead, yeast pow
der, saleralus, cream tartar, smoking and chewing
tobacco, green corn, peas, tomatoes, straw and
blackberries, ill 2 lb tins ; spice, pepper, and cassia,
pearl barley, macaroni, verinxelli, corn starch,
almonds, walnuts, Bruii! nuts, raisins, Chili peach
es, dried fruit ; mackerel, in qr t hlf bbls, sardines.
A lino assortment or
CROCKERY r TABLE CUTLERYi
30 crates assorted ware,
40 dot steel picks,
SO " Dutch and Hdla hoes.
White Lead, Oil, and Window Glass;
with a variety of other articles usually kept.
P" We will pay cash for wheat, flour, bacon,
butter, eggs, and almost everything the farmer has
for sale. A. A D.
Oregon City, April 10, IHjS.
fUST RECEIVED, Ihe latest style nt silk a
I satin BONNETS, Leghorn A straw rials.
AINSWORTH Sc DIERDOUFF.
HI.UOOL BOOWSl SCUOOI, UOOVtSM
1 L. BRADLEY A CO. have, in addition
Its In their well-selected stock of SCHOOL
BOOKS, iust received the following direct from
the publishers: 350 dox. Sanders' Series School
uuoks, among which win ue iouiig ins primers,
1st. yd. 3.1. 4lh. A Ml Young Ladies' aud High
School Renders ; also 95 dox. Thompson's frac
tion! Arithmetic 25 dox. Willson's U.S. History,
school edition ; 25 dox. Parley's Universal History,
school edition ; 90 dox. Iutelligeut Readers, 50
dox. slates, together with a large assortment of
stationery, vo., acts, oeaa your oruera 10 tue
C1I I LIOOK.-S i OKE, and Ihey will be aiiena
cd to without delay. Jan. 23, 1H57.
CORNER Third and Water streets, ai
opposite the Ferry Landing. f -
The traveling public are respectfully invited lo
give me a cull.
The OREGON HOUSE Is the most pleos
anlly located hotel In the Territory, and has been
so altered within Ihe last few weeks as to make it
one uf Ihe most commodious Houses in the Terri
tory. The table will always be supplied with the
best that Ihe Murket atlonls.
(Jood accommodations fur ladies and families.
Good slubling aud feed for horses, with proper
HT The stage-coach to and from Salem slops
at Hie Oregon House.
Board and lodging, per week .$7 00
Board, without lodging, per week 6 HO
Single meal 50
Night's lodging , 50
Aug. 8, 1857in6 Proprietor.
THE WAR DEBT WILL BE PAID!!
Chitrmaii fc Warner
HAVE REMOVED to their Brrck Building
ou .Huin St., formerly occupied by Wm.
Holmes A Co., where Ihey are prepared to do busi
ness on the same eld plan.
We have on hand a teneral assortment or irry
Goods, Groceries, & Provisions, and every other
thing Ihe farmer wants. April iu, tooo.
DICTIONARY Revised and enlarged edi
tionfor sale at the
Ull I JIUUIt BlUitK..
AO sale by
SETS hollow augers, for wheelwrights, for
WM. U. DB.HB.vi at co.
filAAA SEAMLESS sacks for .ale by
JUUU WM. C. DEMENT A co.
rjMIE new and fine steamer Jfft'j
built expressly for the Yamhill trade, will leave
CAN EM All ou Mondays and nuays lor l.a-
Fayette, and Wednesdays ror iiavtoi ni 0 a. at,
Nov.2l, '57. C. E.BWEITZElt, Master.
XTotice to Ihippert.
ON and after this dale, FREIGHT will be
earned on the steamer BZiK by the rule
of " Ship s Measurement-"
Nov. 21, '57. . r.. bv ri 1 arm
thirmii dk Warner
HAVE ree'd a large assortment of SHOES,
embracing children's snd lollies' shoes, and
Gaiters, Buskins, end Bootees ; also gents Boots
and shoes, and gaiters of all description.
Cradles and scythes, eoaths, hoes, rakes, forks,
spades, and shovels.
ORRIS' Poetical Works for sals by
u. mrr., it.
IABT and Correspondence of Amos Lav.
reaee for sale by vt si.
Wboleiale Prices Current.
drv uoons. i uruus A medicines. '
8hesllng,4-4 14'50pr.cl.over N. Y.cost
Drilling 1S raoutxs,.
Bleached drilling IS Wheat, pr. bu $1,S5
" shirting, I laid Osts do I')
Striped do 1 '.'J Potatoes do 75
Ticking Haiti Onions do (3 00
Denins 12) Hour t(l
Blue drilling 14 Com Meal, fresh.... ..10
I'laid liusey lia24 rai'lT.
Hiitinct 70aU0 Apples, Jried 16s 18
Keutueky Joans. ..SS Peaches, dried JI5
Tweeds JJs7u; do pselcd
raiNTs. Chili, dried. !!0aM
Blus and while li' rauvisioNs.
Blue and orange 12 Pork.clrar nons.
Kanoy 8al2i " mess $SbsS(l
Furuiture do IOaH Hams 16
do. wide.P.'i Bacon 33
M.de tallies 18a:lU Butler 33
Ginghams I5a'.'2 Lfc'lfs J
. n..i:n. rownas.
Table damask 5a75 llsutrd, pr ca...
" cloths uSugli, r '
Irish linens 40a$l .
.. . .Mmi.ll sixes
Sheep gray punts 82s"3 Buc "
Satinet ao. .,.-ju.i
. m. . - c Rr ...
Redflan'l shirts Ual8 ooedacie.
Blue do. do. 8l5nlS ..Manilla, sm. j-
Hickory shirts 5a7: ' "T:
Calico do $!)al2:"nP '"
soots A shoes. i V""" ,n,17
Men's kip boot. 2i.4:Aa"""
' sutier do. do.... $i r"" ----
- fine sewed J """ ftto.89
Boy.; kip b.,......w: 2 0 S
he-vy W a dofltl i-J 5oii.su
M.us' brg's pr. do. . 1 T A mer.can
Women's h'vy shs.ll3 ?";
fine do 15,L",", ;."
orocer.es. ( "UHA,M'.'4o..i
Coffee Mal.Vf '7 fl J
Tea G0u75.''H' 5 ... on
Sugar, no. I Chi'a.... l '""'-""".".'!).!!
crushed ill ,r..t 05
Suleratus lOalb' X w:'."ol;T,at
Starch 14: V V eok
Syrup E Boston...... o; ?' "m! 25 prv
do. O isiuna 9 !,' ,
Table Salt 23:: war. from -r-
Sandwicl.LS.ll.. J W S
Peptwr .'"'"T " , " 1S40
Allspice 4tS " Uor;!l.o....3J.40
Ciuuuinon OHafO' uu ....aoi
Soap HalH'"'P ''"
To Oregonlaiu la Bad Health.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO THE SICK I
1. 1. ..,r..i in n,.i. Mi., huiritiird. sallow, ca
daverous fuoes and wasted skelolou forms we meel!
This is not oonfiued In the old, but we see the
young, able-bodied, aud those iu the prime of life,
complain alter tienig nere some nine u. uiu (
lenlvt others wails
and grow thin ; they cannot localise or describe
their disease, yel tney leei uuivewuij .i
mentally aud physically ; some have paiua and
weakuess in Ihe brcasi, hnilis, or body ; they feel
a waul of muscular aud mental energy, a want of
auimaliou, aud have fearful forebodings for the fu
ture, poor appetite, unrvuiis irritability, and sleep
lessurss; their skiuis dry, and occasionally flushed
and heated, thin, pallid, and yellow.
Now suddeu deuths, lunacy, and universal do
bilily is loo, too prevalent here ; and who wonders,
when combined with a climate like this, a dry oir
impregnated with electricity and golvauismt We
I - . ...L. I...... tlirnllirh sickllOSS.
I1IIVO lliai'y win. uui. ' - B -
whose llfo is intemperate and debauched, or have
seen others who have been nearly doctored to
death by quack medicines, or by the advice of
"The Faculty," who have impregnated litem
with mercury, cniomei, cto. ,
v... .11 ...-1. ...... I. IV Jimob Webber slnviff-
oraliug Cordial Sanguifier most erpeoially adapted,
innsinucn as ine aoovo coses unu .
Webber minutely study in adapting his cordial to
.I.. 1. ..... 11 .iiIIuiiiii the tiiruid liver, eiects all
billious mailer from the system, causes sudaliun, or
free perspiration (so neoessary 10 iioaun;, .um...
aud enriches lliu blood, gives strength to the limits
and body, and is positively infallible iu all nervous
diseases, trembling, or wakefulness.
'im... m.ub. u... . r.m.flv which ravo suoli de
light to the sufferer as this. Tliu Ageut can, from
his own knowledge ot cures vileciea uy i, cn
scienliouHly recommend It in any of Ihe following
diseases: Nervousness, weakness, languor, kiss of
appetite, sleep, or strength, trembling, low spirits,
decay of Ihe natural functions, pains iu the head,
limbs, or body, neuralgio or rheumullo, uud it often
restores those to health and strength whose consti
tutions are almost broken.
Desilitv from disease, climate, nissirATioM,
oa uesauoiikhv. Strength, vivacily, and vigor to
the limbs, body, aud mind, is given by Dr. Jacob
Webber's Invigorating Cordial H sends an elec
trie thrill of life through the worn-out body, weak
limits, and broken-down constitutions ; gives an ap
petite, removes dyspepsia, culms irritability, causee
quiet sleep, and is indeed the finest touiu, nervine
and suitguifior, ever made. It is purely a vegetu.
bio compound, and can ne useu uy mo . -cale
fcmule. Tho reader is conscientiously assured
it is all 11 is represeniea.
II T In quart hollies price .i or iwu mi ...
U11..1...1. A...i T KIN'KS. 185 Moulirom-
ery at., San Fruucisco, to whom all ordors can bs
vi.. Teeth, natr. and Hkln, for att els.
Lafout's West India Soap Tooth Root is a su
perb dentifrice, lathers iu the moulli like soap, Is
1 .1:. . !.. ifi.i. . u..il,.im the teeth, nolishea
(wilhoul injuring) tho enamel, purifios the breath,
and by its lulhering properly cieausos 1110 iiioum,
toiiKiio, and throut.
a...uui,. ..wl tnrt.init tlm rrrawth ofthe hair.
1UI wiihh H - -
Junes' Coral Hair Restorative. Ihese are its
quulili's: It will force the hair lo grow dark, slop
its falling out, cure scurf, or duudruff, dress Ihs
hair beautifully dark, soft, silky. Price 25 A i0
cents per bottle.
For curing eruptions, pimples, freckles, sunburn,
tail and discolored skin, the beiiutilul effects of
Jones' Italian Ckemical Soap delight all who use
it. It innkos Ihe most course, rmi, ana yenow
.i-, -.i vi.iunr child's. It is emollient
and ofu-nimr for infants, aud is the best shaving
soap made. Prico 25 cents.
Sold at the above prices ni every ,r.ra;i..
drug store In California and Oregon. Proprietor,
T. JONES, 1H5 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. BRADLEY t Co.,
ARE agenU for Fowler & Wells' Lire Illustra
ted, Water Cure nnd Phrenological Journals.
You that waut a good mmily paper, seuu in your
u..i fnr flrtdevs LadV I
Book, Graham's Magaiine, Harper's do., Hur-
. ... ... U w nam..
per s Weekly journal, owj. oeuu ou y.-u. m....
with the cash, and you will be attended to.
Land for Sale.
A HALF SECTION of good land sj
ia for sale, situated on Clackamas, jJ JjJ
miles N.E of Oregon City 10 aoresun-SJ.
der feuce, half of hich U under cultivauour
with a young orchard of about 150 trees, some of
which ire bearing ; besides a small frame house
The property will be sold for cash, or traded for
property in Oregon City or Portland. For further
particulars, enquire of the editor of the Argus. 52tf
T li. CARTER'S ruiVlUrtAU. BALOAji
" . : 1 1... . lli.
1USI n".XIru UJ ' r. r
UUI'.OU.I till WUVV w.v .
March 27, 1S58.
C HINGLES 100,0011 for sale, by
O CHARM AN 4 WARNER.
IOYS, of different kinds, for sale by
M ex. qaality cigsrs.
C11ARMAN A WARNER.
ALL who are indebted to the firm of Chasman
A Waenes are requested to call at then
store and settle by ea.b or note forthwith.
CHARMAN Is. WARNER.
OtegoaCity, Feb. 6,1951.
arp 13 VYM. C. DEMLST CO. o.