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BY VIRTUE of an order of salo issued by
lb Probata Cotirt (if Clackamas county,
Oregeu, I Willi olftr for sale at public million lo
lb highest bidder, til Hit .ists, r glil, tills, mil
lata. eel of Mary Aua Maunder In anl lo lots
HnUM four (4) aud (A; In block numbered
twenty-two (3J) in Oregon Cily. Said rajerly
will b mid subject to a moiiirmro irivcu b lbs
adersignsd lo Abel Eu.ley on the 7ib day f
oopiuort idjj, i.ir tiuu, snu interest.
Tbt Ml will bo at Hit court-house in (Won
City 8iMr, nil 8th da or Auovot,
loo,ai 11 t viuvii A. a.
Guardianof Mary Ann Sauudm.
August 7, ;SSB. 173
NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN that on Die
ivMmii M. ...... .. U . - I
a. i iir DirrKi. Hur, sou
the aeit succeeding days, la front of my office lu
virion vuy, on uiucn oi men intci, parcel, or
lot of land described in Ilia following statement
will bo (old aa will par for lazes and costs for lha
yrat I860 aaid lota being assessed and relumed
aa Boa-resident la lha towns of Oregon City, Ca
eanah, Ma City, and Milwuukie, iu Clackamas
Maty. Oregon Territory i
Xn Oreroo City. Za Linn City.
a lock, urn.
6, 7, 8
4, , 7,8
). 8, 3, S
1. i. 7, 8
45 4, 5
31 1 i
71 3, 10
1,9,7,8 M 9
i 3, 4, 5,6, 7. 8 8 5 " 1
MoT (16 10
" 87 3
" ' 88 1,3, 11,13
. " 89 3
- 90 4
3,4 . 91 5, A
all of 93 3.3,10,11,13 13
8,4,7,8 07 4,5,0 13
1.6,7,8 98 1 13
aHof 103 9,3 II
" 117 7,8,9 14
9,4,6,7 130 4,.'), 6 14
1,1. 4, 6, 1 -i3 ' 1.3,3,4 15
ail of 145 1.3 19
" 151 10,11.13 33
3. 6 i Xn Milwaokie.
4 1 3,6 14
9 9 7 15
5 9 1,3,3,4 l
3 5 37
5,6 5 6,6.7 40
3 4 23
' F. S. HOLLAND,
Auditor of Clackamai Co.
. August 7, 1858. 17w5
Land for Sale.
ONE IIALFef Block No. 132 inOregon Cily.
Ato fourteen acres of valuable laud adjoin
ing Oregon Cily, on Holmes's claim cleared and
(woken. Two lot in Albany, and una block in
Corvalli. 4II the aliove are well located, and
rill bo told on easy terms.
illao 380 ncrea of good land in Clatsop county,
part of Cofliiibury' cluiin, and 1 .'10 acres on thu
Clackamas, about aix mile from Oregon Cite.
Oregon City. Jary 31, 1858. 16
pilE OREGON CITY DRUG STORE ia
L removed to building nearly opposite the
Methodist church. . July 94, 1858.
ale of School Lands.
AC vrill'E.llu.1-' uy luu uillllliBOiullf)l 01
Clackamas voonly. acting in pursuance of an
art of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory
I Oregon passed January 30th, 1 858, entitled
" Aa not lo amend hu ucl to provide for Hie sale
of common school lands of the Territory of Or
egrn," auch portions of the auhoul lauda in auid
iMiiufy ue Ilia atute of the public urvi'ya will per
aiiit will bu publicly offered fur aale lo the holiest
Kd J at On gon Cily on the Saturduyn following
Ilia firat Monday of September, December, April,
and July, not more lhau ItiO avrea in oue lot.
Termi ' f payment im follows: One fourth of
the purchaae mmiey iliull bo paiil in hand, niul the
remainder hi three tijual aininul iiintalmeuli, with
ea per c nt. per annum intiTf t from the date of
)'urchae, the intrrtwt to bo. paid aemi-annually in
mdranco auch deferred payment to be arcured
tiy notea of the piwuhaaer made payable lo the
Treasurer of the county. The w hole amount may
be paid down at the option of the purchaser.
The Superintendent will give a bond for a died
when the last puymeut with deferred interest shall
brpaid. JOHN D. POST,
Sup'l of Common Schnolt,
July 31, 1808-1 Cwti . ClackamatCo. 4
ALL permna indebted to the rstnte of J. U.
Taylor, deceused, lute of the county of
I lackamti and Territory of Oregon, are requrst
tl to make immediate payment, ami nil those hav
ing claims against said estate are requesteif lo
resent them legally authenticated fur settlement
Within one year. W M. A KM I'M KST,
- July 39, 1858-16w4 Adm'r.
ProC OBO. P. XmWSLL,
' TRACHF.R OF
Vocal and Instrumental Music,
Ha will also instruct clswa in instrumental nr
vocal music, or both, in different sections of the
country, when desired. July 34, lb58y.
GP. N. continues to Import HOLDER'S
SPLENDID PREMIUM PIANO
FORTE8. Any person wishing one of thoeo in
strument can have it at the New York price,
adding freight, &.,with lOpercent. commission.
TIIE subscriber Would respectfully inform the
publio generally that he has opened a
NEW STORE AT FARMINGTON,
-. On the Tualatin River,
arbm h Intends carrying on the
General Merchandise BuaiucM.
Ha will keep always on band a good assortment of
Crockery, Hardware, Clothing, Boot t and
Shoes, Confect'onery, Cigars,
- 1 Stationery, te.
' To above will always be offered at the
hu n da i mi wo i
for Cash or Country Produce.
y Pleas call and see for yourselves, and
aava your aipeosu in going to Portland to buy
Motto "Small profits nnd quick returns."
. THOMAS BAILEY.
fWmsMgtea, July 84, 1858.
Good Vheat Wanted,
FOR which the highest market price will be
paid ia cub or trade, at the
JnlV34. ' FARMINGTON STORE.
GOOD GRAIN CRADLES, Seythee, and
Saiths, at BAILEY'S,
July 34. FarmUgto Store.
LADIES' and gent' KID GLOVES, at
5 CAPES " Crumptoa'e Medal Tobacco at
acpU , WM C. DEMENT tO.S.
O REG OX CITY.
"I1EI.NG perumuctilly located In Or-rfk
J J egunCity, I take this method oft?T
owlifyiiitf lh publio that 1 am prepared
to mako a uniierior arliel of llarnenri, Riding
Saddlto, I'aek Saddlti, liridlti, and everything
in my line, on very short notice and on Iho mom
reasonable terms. I's:kers going lo th mines
will Hud this the very plaxi to tnuk their ruling
and packing outfit, as 1 keep Just III article llley
need constantly on Hand.
JulyV4,lA-l5w7 JOHN 8CIIHAM
NOTICE ia hereby given, that In obedience to
an eteculion issued from the offico of the
Deputy Clerk of the U. H. District Court in and
for the county of Clackamas, I shall proceed to
sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court
House door in Oregon Cily, on MONDAY, the
THIItTIETII iiv or AUGUST, . o. HM,
nil the right, title, and interest of William li laser,
of, in, aud to the following described property, to
" deginning at the North-east corner of lot
numbered two (2) in block numbered thro (3)
upon the plat of Oregon City iu said cofinty ;
running thence, along the north side of aaid lot,
on hundred and five fret thence alright angle,
along the west end of said lot, twenty fret
theuce at right angles, Iu an easterly direction,
oua hundred aud live feet ; theuce, at right an
gle, along the front of aaid lot, twenty feet to the
place of beginning."
ttaid sale is made lo satisfy judgment for the
ram of three hundred dollars and nineteen cent,
interest, cost, and accruing costs, rendered nirainst
said Glaser, lu favor of Geo. Aberncthy, uiou the
roreclosur of a miirtraire upon the premises nbovo
described, aud will take place at the hour of i r. .
of said day. A. IfOLCOMU,
July 31, IH.iHwj . ShcriJJ Llackamuo Co.
HAVING permanently located myself at Mc
Minnville for the purpose of merchandizing,
I would call the attention of the cilizeusof Yam
hill to the fact that I am now keeping a full as
sortment of GOODS, such aa are suited to the
country trade, such a
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Drugs, Oils, Medirines,
Paints, BOOKS, hardware, tar, rice, fish oil, lard
oil, linseed oil, bear'a oil, red lead, veuilian red,
ahot, powder, lead, dried fruits, chain pumps, lass,
rupee, sugar, syrup, indigo, spice, pepier, madder,
ginger, sail, a very superior lot of BOOTS 4.
SHOES, and a variety of such other article a
are adapted to a country trade.
All sorts of produce luken lu cichange Tor
1 am determined to sell on such terms aa will
justify the farmer iu buriuz of me iiwleiin of iro-
iug below. S.C.ADAMS.
AIcMiunville, July 10, 1.S5H.
To those Going to the Mines.
I TAKE this method of letting MIN'ERS and
travelers know thut 1 have plenty of
PROVISIONS L- IIORSE-FEMD,
Lower Crowing of Sandy, oil the
(Eight miles above Philip Foster's,)
One dnyt journey from there to the summit. 1
cnu eive all necessary directions as to the mule lo
the Dulles us to water, grass, &a. Fresh beef
ulways on hand. Prices vkrv Kkasonam.r.
July 17, 1858. IKAKCIS KliVNUW,
JOHN A. HAWKINS
WOULD inform his numerous friends among
the miners from California and Southern
Oregou that he has now at Belliugham Day a
LARGE STUCK OF
CLOTIIIXG, PROVISIONS, TOOLS, fc.
His stock is a large one ($13,000 worth), and
from long experience he is able to supply miners'
Hants on reasonable terms. July 10, 18.'i8w3
Houso and Lot for Bale,
fTVIE property known as the " T'Vault
JL Properly," situate ou the bank of the ris'Br
...CI J..B iroran ... .uo.ie.u .u.v, v ' I i
!.. f... ...I- I. ! Jl:l.r..l j
..,. k.l.m . I ...I.I ulnr. I Ir.
gon City, ia for sale. It is a delightful family res
idence', and destined to he valuable. For terms,
apply to the subscriber or It. C'aulield at Canfield's
atore. . W O. i'VAUI1.
July 17, 1858. 14w2
r WISH to sell my property on the bill
1 shove I.inn fitv. necnoied at uresent U
by D. H. Ferguson. Term very reamn-j
able. Address me at valapooia, V. I.
July 3, 1858-12 W. H1,AIN.
SELLING OFF AT C03T,
A n Exlensiec Assortment of
CONSISTINO IN PAT OF
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hardware, Drugs, Afedkines,
Books, Stationery, de.
GIVE us a call, and we will (five yon bargains.
June 26, '58. CHS. POPE, J.
To Milliner and Other.
ONNET SILKS, bonnet wire, do. milliuet,
wholesale and retail, at C. FOl'li S.
GENUINE arti!e $10 per dozen, or $1
per bottle, at C. POPE'S.
ATS FOU SALE, ut
A LARGE assortment of POORS, WIN
DOWS, and Venitian BLINDS, which
will be sold on Very favorable terms.
June IU. jnujiAS juii.wu..
BARRELS CsLiroaxiA LIME for sale
by T. JOHNSON.
LARGE assortment of FURNITURE jut
received and for sale by T. JOHNSON.
MATTRESSES of all descriptions for sale by
CARPETS, Oil cloth, aud Chinese matting, at
A SPRING CARRIAGE, for one or two
horses, for sale by T. JOHNSON.
T. CHARMAIf. A. WABMER.
Charm an fc Warner,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WHOUSALC 4. aTAIL
Dealer in Dry Good,
Clotlting, Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
Boots, Shoes, Paints, Oils, tc..
In their fire-proof Brick Mam rraiET,
OB EGOS CITY, OREGON.
New Arrangement! .
HAVING formed a copartnership with Da.
POPPLETON, recently from Ohio, w are
now prepared to practice medicine upon more
extended scale than I have hitherto been able lo
do. I am also largely increasing the circulation
of my medicines, aod hope ere many month to
uddIv all the important points in the Territory.
m V. D. HLTCHINS.
isyete,Jnne 10.1P58. 9tt
jia.34. , W M. C. DEMENT CO.
WE beg to inform lh publio of Oregon and
Washington that wo have completed our
BOILER, PATTERN, BLACKSMITH
AND MACHINE SHOP,
and are prepared to build Doilers, Engine, Grist
mills, Sawmills, and sll oilier kinds of machinery
Our busbies conueution with lh Eastern
Stales the grcnt convenience of our locality
the superiority and number of our machine the
use of water power instead of steam, and the per.
feet knowledge of all branches of our business,
will enable us to compete with California.
Inviting tlie publio to give us a call, and to favor
lis with their putronsge, we promise to execute
their order ou the shortest notice, aud '
At Sau Fruuciaro Price.
A. ROSSI & CO.
June 19, 1K5S. Idyl
THE SPELL 13 BROKEN!!
The Election is Over ! !
DTJgSXTOBJULY Jt BROS.
RE selling, off at COST the best-selected
BOOTS d SHOES,
Ever offered in this market, to which they would
respeotfully call the attention of merchants and the
publio generally. They amure customers that
they now otur the best inducement ror the invest
ment of money by those who desire to purchase
goods of an excellent quality and at extremely
LOW KA i X.6 .'
Their whole stock will be sold without reserve
at cost prices, and all closed out as soon as pos.
siblc. Oregon City, June 19, 1 8."8.
ALL who are Indebted to the firm of Di skm
BKaav & liaoTHias are requested to call at
their store aud settle by cash or moti. June 19.
WELLS) FARGO & CO.
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS Si EXCHANGE 00HTAN7.
CAPITAL, . . - $600,000.
AND COMMISSION MERCHAH TSi
Ship Treasure nt tho lowest bates, and ituure
under our own open I'olicies, held Willi
the. best English Companies, vil s
Indemnity Mutual Murine j
Royal Exchange Insurance) and
Forward Freight and 'Parcels
TO ALL PARTS OF
THE ATLANTIC STATES, CANADA,
EXCHANGE on the ATLANTIC STATES
nnd EUROPE and check on SAN FRAN
CISCO procured at the Agency. .
O" For Hie belter seourity of ourselves and the
public, Agents in California. Oregon and Wash
ington Territories, are furnished with " Appoint
incuts" or Commission, specifying their powers as
our A gents. Such " Appointments" they are re
quired lo keep exposed to tbe publio view in their
places of business.
Office at the CITY DRUG STORE, Oregon
June 1,1858. A. II STEELE, Agent.
Pianos and Melodeon.
17 L. BRADLEY 4. CO. will be in receipt
J, of a few of Gilbert Sc Co.'s PIANO
FORTES and Prince & Co. 'a MliLODEONS,
on or about the 1st of July, which they will sell at
Sun Fiuncisco prices. Oregon City, May Sj.
ACRES OF GOOD LAND within
JdJJ three miles of Oregon City, for sale.
Time allowed on purl of purchase money. For
particulars inquire at the CITY nOOK-STOItE
iu Oregou City. May 32, 1858.
mllREE FINE COVERED BUGGIES for
X aale bv
AINSWORTII & DIERDORFF.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
J. B. BLAftPIED &, CO.
WOULD respectfully inform' the public that
they have now on hand a large and well
selected slock of ready-made HOOTS A
SHOi'JS, which they oiftr fur sale on reasonable
MAKING AND REPAIRING
Done lo order, on short notice.
Jfy 8, 1858. 4-y
THIS School is under Iho personal control of
Prof. Haley, of Bethany College, and is in
TERMS OF TUITIOM.
Common English branches $1,00 prqr.
Higher branches in Mathematics &
Latin, Greek, &c, 8,00 "
The resident of the district thut now live in it
Board can be had at the usual prices.
JAMES L. LADD,
May 1,1858. Ch'nofCom.
MESSRS. N. N. MATLOCK AND 8. L.
desire lo inform the inhabitants of Oregon Cily
.... . ..... Yl t. I..
and vicinity that incy navo lawiy ,.noitu
their market up Main street,
Nearly Opposite the Post Office,
th.ti. m'tW bfn mtnstnntTv on hsnd the best
qnality of FRESH BEEF, PORK, MUTTON,
also Corn Beef, Bacon, Butter, Egg; and all
kinds ol veoktables lo do ooa iu me country
all of which will be offered at the lowest market
rates. Cash paid for all the above-mentioned ar
ticles. April 24, 1858.
25,000 for sale by
Canemah, Apt 17. J'
FEET OF FIR LUMBER
India Rubber Good.
JUST RECEIVED, direct from New York,
Hospital cloth, '
Nursing bottles, Ac. &c at the
Feb. 6. OREGON CITK DRUG STORE.
To the Afflicted.
DR. HDTCHINS' CELEBRATED BAL
aam of Wild Cherry, with a variety of hi
other popular Botanical Medicine; are aow for
ale at CHARLES POPE'S, Oregon City, oni
at JOSEPH BARSTOW'S, CaaestsA. 47y
SAVE VOIB DOLLAR SI
As teell as your Dimes I
TF Ton want GOOD articles at the lowest pos
..L. ,.n .1 CHARLES POPE'S
store, on Main sweet, where you will fioj larg
aasortmeat 01 uww a cneap as .oej
booght at any atore in Oregon City. D- 5, '57.
, FOR SALlC
A EETof aeeoiid-hsad TIN MA NS TOOLS
t3ct.J,li57. E. MILWAIN.
Glassware, in oil.
Paints, ground, colored, dry, t
x Lard Oil,
Brushes, a large variety, .
Gold Leaf, American,
Bronzes, Vermillion, French, Chinese, and
Withti full atlortment of
ORAEFENBERO MEDICINES ;
Iu a word, I nm now receiving a larje assort
ment of the above, with a Ihonsaud oilier articles
too numerous to mention, (purchased lint winter in
New York very low for cash,) in additiou to my
former stock, comprising one of the
Larieat aid Mast Compute Atiortaeits
On this Coast !
W. WE.VTHERFORD returns thanks for the
liberal patronage hitherto received, and respect
fully asks a continuance of thesaoie, aa he will sell
at San Francisco price. Dealer and consumer
will find it to their advaulage to call, aa Iho goods
must be sold lo make room for more soon to arrive.
PORTLAND, Oregon, May 93, 1858.
Coanonad Extract of Manaparttla, Yel
low Dock, anil loalae of Potass t
AN invaluable remedy for impurilie of the
blood, scrofula, king' evil, erysipelas, salt
rheum, costiveneea, jaundice, dyspepsia, syphilitic
symptoms, swelling of the glands, fever sores, pains
in the bones, rheumatism, pimple on Hie face,
neuralgia, aud all chrouio and long slauding dis
ease. This article, in its strongest and most perfect
form, contain all the active and well-established
mcdicnl properties of SariapariUa, YelloU) Dock,
and Iodide of Potaon, a combination unequaled
iu its curative and strengthening effects. Thou
sands of certified could be furnished of its pow
erful eriecls as an excellent medicine.
For sale by Dr. CRO WELL It CO., Druggists,
131 Commercial St., San Franciieo, aud by W,
WEATHERFORD, Portland, Oregon. ni)S3
FARMERS ANDMERCHANTS I
TTTE ARE NOW. RECEIVING direct from
V the Eastern State.h following atlicle of
which we will sell cueaI foR cash at wholesale
or retail :
Tlirciticrt and Reopen,
Revolving hay and grain rakes,
Hay presses, hay rakes, baud,
I lay forks, scythes It, snaths,
Grapevine grain cradles,
Grant'a rive-fingered "grain cradles,
Straw. &. hay cutting boxen,
Gruin scoops, seamless sacks.
Hoes, Ames' spades, No. 1 ,
manure forks, potato hooks,
X 8 steel plows, X I ) steel plows,
No. 6 & 7 Peoria plows,
Extension cultivators, steel teeth,
Hunt's axes, with & without hdlt.
lliekox's cider mills,
griudstoues, grindstone hangings, cow bells,
, thermometer churns, self-sealing preserve jars
horse brushes, horse Cards, eurry comb,
horse covers, sheep shears, pruning knives,
pruning shears, red clover seed,
Ky blue grass seed, apple-parers & slicers,
ox aud log chains, cable aud trace do.,
ox bows, stap binges, self-closing gato do.,
sheep bells, patent rat traps, sieves,
wire for sieves, spun col Ion, all sixes,
bark mills, tanners' tools,
carpentms' tools of every description,
boring machines, with setts of augers,
Fairbanks' platform scales,
carriage bands, wagon boxes, pipe ditto,
iron axles, carriage springs, bolls & band,
children' carriages, doers, sash, locks, latches,
catches, butts, screws, paints, oils,
mill saws, cross-cut do., lime, plaster,
. trowels, paint brushes, shoe do.,
wheelbarrows? store trucks, steamboat do.,
clocks, coopers' tools, Iress hoops,
spring clothes pin, smiths' bellows, anvils,
crew 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 artiolea not here meutioued.
Remember all to bc sold low roa cash.
Bettor eall and see us before purchasing else
where. Wm. C. DEMENT k Co.,
myl Opposite land Ofie; Oregon City.
A LOT of superior BED BLANKETS and
Stockino Yabb, from the Willamette Wool,
myl W. C. DEMENT At co.
HERRING'S TATENT CHAMPION
With Hall's Patent Powder Proof Locks,
the same that were awarded separate
medals at the World's Fair, London,
1851, and tlie World's Fair, New York,
1853, and are the only American Safes
that were awarded medals at the London
THESE Safes form the most perfect security
against Fire and Burglars, of ny safe ever
offered the public, and can only be had of the sub
scribers aod their agenta; who have on band and
make to order, all kinds of Boiler and Chilled
Iron Bank Chests aud Vaults, Vault Dooaa, II
Money Boxes, or Chests for Brokers, Jewelers, ft
Private Families, for Plate, Diamonds, and other
valusbles. And are also Patentees (by purchase)
and manufacturer of
Jonas' rATirr sesmvtaticn bakk lock.
8.C.HLI;R1NG 4. CO.,
No. 2.11 Broad oy, cor. Murray si., N. Y.
tT AGENTS E. Fitxokbald at Co., ec W. G.
Wendell. San Francisco, Col. 3m3
rnEMPLE OF HONOR. Tualatin Temple of
J, Honor, No. , meets ou tlie 1st and 3d Hat
nrday eveningsof each month at CJ o'clock, at
their Hall, Forest Grove, Oregon.
Members of the Order in good standing are in.
ited to visit this Temple.
M. M. SPENCER, W.C. T.
cn.WatKEK,w. p. aa
F from sixteen i9 sixty gnl'ooe, at
J.C. AINIWOITH. WM. DIRRDORPP.
WIIOUSAI.K AMD RETAIL
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
DRV GOODS, CLOTHING,
Boots it Shoes, and Crockery,
In lh new Fire-pro. rf IJrkk Mai tbet,
OREGON CITY, O.T.
WTM. DIEUDOUFF V CO. HAVE RE
V roovtd to lh NEW FIRE-VROOF
BRICK, nel door to the brick Torinarly owned by
Holme. Tha firm will hereafter be kiicwn as
AINSWORTII It DIERDORFF.
J EAUE NOW OPENING
I ? IN Till
Zfew Fire-Proof Brick,
A la so a and ell assostsu stock or
Feeling perfectly secure against fire, w will now
Offer Greater Inducements than ever
to the public. W nr constantly In receipt of
lected with lh greatest car (aa lo prices and
quality), and are conlident that ur facilities will
enable us lo oner and sell g wde
AT PORTLAND PRICES!
(freights on), and would advise all those visiting
this city lo purchase goods, lo examine our slock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
have, and are just receiving, au iuvoice of
consisting in part of the following article Coche
co, Pacific, lladley, Conesteiro, Sprague, Philip
Allen, Fall River, Merrimao, llrigga, nnd numer
ous other choice PRINTS', all late atyleet Eng
lish i: French merinos, Lyonese cloth, mohair and
oilier Debate braze, wool, dt musliu delaine,
black, blue, purple, et pink merinos, fancy plaids,
jaconet, book, ,w, lc mull muslin, ladies enib.
sel, collars, hdkrs aL skirts, dress K bonnet trim
mings, trench & domestic g.nghama, rrcncu
lawn from lij to 95o, blue, mixed, A grey sail
uet, wool & cotton jeans, cnttouade, bleached aud
brown sheeting from 3-4 to 10-4 wide, brown and
blenched drills, denims, hickory shirting; Silesia,
marine, brown, and Irish linen, nankeen, diaper,
and crash, a larg lot of linen and thread lace
and edging, hosiery, &e.
MEN'S $ BOYS' CLOTHING :
Blue, black, and brown cloth coat ; tO dot blk
cloth vents, 5 dot white and bull' Marseille do,
velvet and satin do. 30 dux satinet pants, doeskin
and fancy cession re do, 30 dot merino and cotton
undershirts, grey, blue, St black cloth over coats,
with a geuerul assortment ot geula furnishing
BOOTS d SHOES Men's, boys', and
youths' boots; ladies', misses', and childrena' mo
rocco, gout, kid, and call lougress boots, will) At
without heels; ladies' kid slippers.
Rio and Java coffee, black and ereen tea, N. O.,
China, Bulavia Island, Cul. refined, and orushed
sugar, East Boston, Cel., sugar houso, and golden
syrup j sall.olovuu lb sits j mu Bgs nails, ass a
sue; Hills pate, chemical and Cnglisn soap,
soap powders, powder, shot, and lead, yeast pow
der, uleralus, cream tartar, smoking aud chewing
tobacco, green corn, peas, tomatoes, straw ana
blackberries, in 3 lb tine ; spice, pepper, and cassia,
pearl barley, macaroni, venn.celh, corn starch,
almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, raisins, Chili peach
es, dried fruit ; mackerel, ia qrt hlf bbls, sardiuea.
A linn assortment of
CROCKERY d TABLE CUTLERY.-
SI) crates assorted ware,
40 dot steel picks,
90 " Dutch and Hdla hoe.
White Lead, Oil, and Window Glass ;
with a variety of other article usually kept.
HJ" We will pay cash for wheat, Hour, bicnn,
butter, rggs, aud almost everything the furmer has
for sale. A. & D.
Oregon City, April 10, 1R58.
JUST RECEIVED, the latent style at bilk i
katin BONNETS, leghorn ft straw flats.
Hl'.UOOl. BOUWMt HCnOOl. ltUOIAHtt
17 L. BRADLEY & CO. have, in addition
!i. to their Well-selected stock of SCHOOL
BOOKS, iust received the following direct from
the publishers: S.'iO dim. Sanders' Series School
Hooks, among whxli will be louiid ins pinners;
1st. 9d. 3d, 4th, & 5lh Younir Ladies' and lllifh
School Readers ; also 85 dot. Thompson's Prac
tical Arithmetic, 35 do. Willsou'a U.S. History,
school edition ; 25 dot. Parley's Universal History,
school edition ; 30 dox Intelligent Readers, 50
dot. slates, together with a large assortment of
stationery, &o., Ate. Send your orders lo lha
CITY BOOK-STORE, and they will be attend
ed lo without delay. Jan. 33, 1857.
CORNER Third and Water streets,
J opposite the rerry Lauding.
UKKUVn VII I.
The traveling publio are resiiectrully invited lo
give me a cull.
The OREGON HOUSE ia tlie most pleas
antly located hotel in the Territory, and has been
so altered withiu the last few weeka as to make it
one of tho most commodious Houses iu the Terri
tory. The table will always be supplied with the
beat that the Market affords.
Good accommodations for ladies and families.
Good stablimr aud feed for horses, with proper
VX" The stage-couch to aud (rum Sulem slops
at the Oregon House.
Board and lodging, per week $7 00
Board, without lodging, per week 0 00
Single meal 51)
Night's lodging 50
Aug. 8, 1857m6 Proprietor.
THE WAR DEBT WILL BE PAID!!
C hit mi mi V Warner
HAVE REMOVED lo their Brink Building
on Main it., formerly occupied by Wm.
Holmes eX , where they nre prepared lo do busi
ness on the same old plan.
We have on hand a general assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, & Provisions, ami every other
thing the farmer wantr. April IU, Ifi.io.
DICTIONARY Revised and enlsrgnd edi
tionfor sale at the '
CITY BOOK SiOHK.
SETS hollow augers, for wheelwrights, for
aale by W.M. C. DEMENT H to.
SEAMLESS sacks for, ale by
WM.C. DEMENT & co.
HE new and fine temer
built expressly for lh Yamhill trade, will leave
CAN EM All ou Monday and Fridays for La
eavette, and Wednesdays for Davton ai B A. M.
Nov.31, '57. C. E.SWE1TZKK, Msster.
ZTotico to Shippers.
OX and after Ihie date, Fit EIGHT will be
carried on the steamer BUS by the rule
" bhip Measurement."
Nov. 3 1 , '57. C.E.8WE1TZER.
tbarmau V Wariitr
HAVE ree'd a large assortment of SHOES,
embracing children's and ladies' shoes, and
r Rmkin.. and Hooters ! also Kent" JlOOt
and a'joes, and gaiters of all descr ption.
Cradle and cythee, soalhs, hoes, rake, forks,
spaaes, ano ,n"""'
ORRIS' Poetical Works for sale by .
,!ARY and Covrespoadenee of Amo Law
rence- for Ml y i -' &
Wholetalo Prlcei Currents
Sheeting, 4-4 14'50pr.el.ovr N. Y.cost
Drilling IS raooica. ,
Bleached drilling I.I Wheat, pr. b a..... t)l,SJ
" ahirling, 1 1 alb Data do II'J
Striped do i;j Potatoes do 75
Ticking Hall, Onion do Vi HO
Deuin Vi Hour $10
Blu drilling 14 Corn .Meal, fresh 10
Plaid husey....... (isS4; rsriT.
H.il.u.t 7UsUO Apphs, dried ICalS
Keutucky jeaus...?.'ia 15, Teaches, d.led J25
Tweeds 55a;ti! " do pealed
raiNT. ; Chill, dried. 3tia35
Blue and while 13, raoviaioNa.
Blue andoraug 13 Pork, clear none.
Kancy iel3 " mess .$VHsjll
Fumilur do I0al4 illanai 16
m do. wide.):) Haeon S3
M. de lain.e IHailll Butler 33
Ginghams 15a33 Eggs 35
Alpaca SSaliO- rowuaa.
Table damask 5(a75,llazjird, pr cn $15
cloths UaHI4, l O'w
Irish linens 40u$l,', "' mal ,
clotiiino. ."'"all sIats 1Jn3
Sheep gray pauls $3 Ia9. Uuck ttfaaj
lo. .1- JJ'V
lllsck ca. do. 5s7.bit lead, lo 01I...K',
rniltVlall", WW st,p-a":
Redllan'IshiiU $l lal8 CoEDAcin.
Blue do. do. g l.iais: ""'
Hickory shirl 5a7'.. " 'rl
Calico do t)'JaiaumP ,u,a
BOOTS X SHOE. J CANDLE.
Men's kip boots 5.',a4 1.VJmantiue 30a37
sillier do. do... .9 1 -l"" u"'1"'
II An Mwi.it 111 CIUABB.
Bova' kip boot 93Haana JIOaH
' he'vy w i do$llaJ German "k1
Metis" brg'spr. doz..fjll7 American fJidajO
" kipbrgsprdoz.?:ir ..v--
calf sewed do..'l Prideoflho Umon.40a45
Women'a h'vy ah'.$l3;ft''- M
line do -aij i-uaes
OaOUEBIE. ! IIAEUWAKK.
Cffe 14al.V."hl' j,"
Tea (i0a75:'P',, ' ' !
Sugar, no. I Chi'a... . l.V ;r7
' orushed o; ninsan.. '
Saleratus lOalti X outsaws "-
Starch uMahccutlery, Pcrcr.
Syrup E Boston 95! MKitc on f
V s Island I ,75:PcKl"'l''"y.a5 prct
NO Molasses i 'Ivaiice.
Liv.Sult attji Other " "? h"r'i
Table Sail 3..U war from 30 to j pi
Sandwich 1. Salt . . 1 ,a3 ad'ance.
Pepper ..;Na.l.,,,dc,prk 8
Allspice 40 " hon-.hoe...3540
Cinnamon OUnHll ......
Soap 8allI--""P 1 aS
To Oresoniana ia Bid Health.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO TIIE SICK!
Il Is awful to note the harfgard, sallow, ca-
d'tferous faces anil wasted skeleloii forms we meet!
This ai not conlined In the old, but we see the
youug, able-bodied, and those in the prime of life,'
complain alter bciug here om time of illuess ;
some grow unnaturally fat suddenly J others waste
and grow thin ; Ihey caiuioi localize or uusunos
their disease, yet they feci universally unwell,
menially aud physically ; some nave pains ana
weakness in the breast, limbs, or body ; they feel
a want of muscular and mental energy, a want of
animation, and have fearful forebodings for the fu
ture, poor appetite, nervous irritability, and sleep.
lemiess; tbeirskiu is dry, and occasionally flushed
and heated, thin, pallid, and yellow.
Now aud leu deaths, lunacy, and universal de
bility is loo, loo prevalent here ; and who wonders,
when combined with a climate like Ibis, a dry air
Impregnated with electricity and g;lvanisml We
have many who have passed through aicknoss,
whom life is Intemperate and debauched, or have
seen others who have been nearly ductored to
death by quack medicines, or by the advice of
'The Faculty," who have impregnated them
Willi mercury, calomel, Ac.
For all such cases is Dr. Jacub Webber' Invig
orating Cordial Sangilifier most ee-wcially adapted,
Inasmuch as Iho abovo case and symptoms did Dr.
Webber minutely study in adapting Ilia cordial lo
their cure. It enlivens the torpid liver, ejects all
billions matter from the system, cttiwes smlalion, or
free perspiration ( ncoenaary to health), purine
and euriches the blood, giv-s strength to the liiiib
and body, and is positively infallible iu all nervous
diseases, trembling, or wakefulness.
There uever wu a remedy hich gave such de
light to the sufferer as this. The Agent can, from
his own knowledge of cures effected by II, con
saentiously recommend it in any of the following
diseases: Nervousness, weakness, languor, loss of
appetite, sleep, or strength, trembling, low spirits,
decay of the natural functions, pains in the head,
limbs, or body, neuralgic or rheumatic, uud it often
restores those lo health and strength whose consti
tutions are almost broken.
DeBILITV THOU DISEASE, CLIMATE, DISSIPATION,
oa uuoAUCiuay. Strength, vivacity, nnd vigor 10
Iho limbs, body, and mind, is given by Dr. Jacob
Webber' Invigorating Cordial it sends an dec-
trio thrill of lite through the worn-otii ooiiy, weas,
limbs, and broken-down constitutions : gives an ap
petite, removes dyspepsia, culmsiiritubility, causes
quiet sleep, and ia indeed the lineal tonic, nervine
and sunguifior, ever made. Il is purely a vegeta
ble compound, and can be uml by the most deli
cate female. Tho reader is conscientiously assured
it is all it is represented.
g r lu quart bottles pnee rr two mi j.
Wholesale Arront. T. JONES. 115 Montgom
ery at., Sun Frauuisco, to whom all ord.-racan bo
addressed. ' il'lm'i
... k u.l. ..A ttlln. tar els.
r 1 uv ..i.n.
Weill West India Soap Tooth Root is a su
perb dentifrice, lathers In the mouth like soap, ia
delicious to the taste, whitens tha teeth, polishes
(without injuring) the euainul, purifies the breath,
and by its lathering property cleanses the mouth,
For dressing and torcmg the growth 01 tne nair,
1 I II. .i. l.u. 'I'llIM MM itS
OnCS VUIHI Hl. in"w.i-HTi -
qualities: Il will fore the hair to grow dark, stop
iU falling out, cure scurf, or dandruff, dress the
hair beautifully dark, soil, silky, l'rioo 35 It 50
cents per bolllo. ' '
For curing eruptions, pimples, freckles, sunburn,
tail, and discolored skin, the bsniitilul ell'col of
Jones' Italian Chemical Soap delight all who use
it. It makes the most coumn, red, and yellow skill
white and clear as a young child's. It ia emollient
and softening for infants, and is the best shaving
soap made. Prico 35 cents.
Sold at the above prices nt every respectable
drug store in California and Oregon. Proprietor,
T. JONES, 185 Montgomery si., San Fruncisco.
E- L BRUDLEY d: Co.,
ARE agent for Fowler At ells' Life Illustra
ted, WaierCure and Phrenological Journals.
Vou that waut a good fumily paper, send in your
names soon. ,
Subscription also received for Godey' Lady
Book, Graham's Magazine, Hauler's do., Har
per' Weekly Journal, bus. Beud 011 your name
with the cuit, and yon will be attended I
Ziand for Salo.
1 Illf r HI I'TlllV nt irood LAND
JA. ia for sale, situated on Clarkamas, H fj'"
mil.. N I.', nt l)r(rnn CitV 10 SITeS UII-sLaL.
der fence, half of which is under cultivation)
with a young oaciiASDof nbout 150 trees, some of
which are bearing ; besides a small frame bousa
The properly will be sold for cash, or traded To
property in Oregon City or Portland. For further
particulars, enquire of the ed.torof the Argue. j2tf
f'yc. CARTER'S PULMONAIIY HALS A. M,
AJ just received by Etrssss at Ihe
OREGON CITV DRUG STORE.
March 27, 1858.
SHINGLES ltiO.OOfl for sale, by
CHARM AN r WARNER.
ftJ YS, of different kinds, for sale by
X CIIAR.VIAN St WARNER.
M ex. qaalily eignrs.
CHARMAN It WARNER,
ALL who are indebted la the firm of Chabman
4 Wabnek are requested to call at theif
tor and sellle by cash or n forthwith.
CHARMAN It WARNER.
Oregon Cily, Feb. , IsiS,