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Tk Yon UlUt By.
A 'child sleepe under rotrbush fur,
Tb buds ewoll out in Ihe "oft May air
Sweetly il rests, nd on dream wing fliea
To pity with Ui angels in Paradise
And Iho years glide by.
A maiden (lamia by Ilia rosebush fair,
'1'lia dewy bloaannw perfume Ilia air;
Sho presses tinr hand lo her throbbing breast,
With love's flrtt aroutlorrul rapture bleat ;
And Ilia yean glide by.
A mother kneels by tli rosebush fair,
Soft stall Iho leaves in th evening air,
Borrowing thoughts of the piil arise,
Aid tear of uuguish bedim her eye)
And th jean gt do by.
Naked and Ion atanda llic rosebush fair,
Whirled are the leave In Ih autumn air,
Withsr'd and dead they full lo the ground,
And ailently cover a new-made mound ;
And III yeap glide by.
From Ihe German.
roarrainr'e Fanxo. Ono of tlio hardest tri
al of those who full from alllurnoe and honor to
poverty and obscurity, ia the discovery that the
attachment of o many in whom they confided wa
a prstense, a mak, to gain their owa end was a
miserable shallowness. Sometimes, doubtleaa, it i
wilb regret that time frivoluui followers of the
world desert those upon whom Ihey liav fawned ;
bul they soon forget them.' Flie leave Uie kitchen
when the dishe are empty. Tlio parasite that
cluster about the fuvuri'.e of fortune, to gnther bit
g'ft and climb by bit aiJ, linger with the sun
shine, but waller at the approach of a dorm, a lb
leaves cling to th Ire In rammer woollier, but
drop offal the breath of winter, and leave It naked
to the (tinging blast. Like ravens settled for a
banquet, and niddeuly scarf d by a nois j bow
quickly at Iho first sound of calamity, these superfi
cial carlhlings are mere sprck( on th horizon :
Hut a true fr.'end sits in llic center, and i fur all
times. Our need only reveals h m more fully, and
binds him mora closely to us. Prosperity and ad
versity are both rovealera, the difference being that
in tb,e former our friends know in, in the latter wa
know them. But notwithstanding Iho insincerity
aud greediness prevalent among men, there is a
vast deal mure St esteem and fellow-ycarniuglhan
is ever outwardly shown.
There are mora examples of unadulterated offuo
tlon, more deeds of silent lor and magnanimity,
than is usually supposed. Our misfortunes bring
to our side real friends, k fore unknown. Benev
olent impulses, where we should not expect them,
In modest privacy, enact many a scene of beautiful
wonder and disinterested loveliness amidst plaud
its of angels. Such are safely recorded above.
North American Review. : .
SfLr-EsTKiu. Wa cannot conceive a more pit
iable and unhappy circumstance than persons
having too high an opinion of their own merit
They are always conceiving tome aflrout offered to
them when such a thing was never intended. In
stead of passing through lifo w ith a smile upon the
lips and sunPght on the brow, they are invariably
fretful, moody individuals, clamoring loudly at the
slightest ill which craves their path,-and imagin
ing themselves insulted if every one does not ap
pear to hold them in the tame estimation in which
tlioy regard themselves
IS" When Colonel L was a cnudi date for
Cutnjress ia ono of the North-western States, lie
waa opposed by a gentleman who had dwtinguuhed
Ihraelf in tlio war of 18R. Discovering in the
course of the canvass that his opponent's military
reputation was operating strongly to his own prej
udice, he concluded to lot tlio people know thnt ho
wot not unknown to fume as a soldier himself, and
accoringly in his next cpeechTe expatiated on his
achievements in iho tented field us follow : " My
competitor has told you of the services he rendered
the country in the lost war. Let me tell you that
I, too, acted au humble part !u that memorable
contest When the loesiu of war summoned the
chivalry of tlio West lo rally to the defence of the
nulional honor, I, fellow-citizeus, animated by that
patriotic spirit which glows in every American bo
som, aired a oulntilute fur that tear, and the
lonei of that man lie bleaching on the Lankt of
the Ilicer Raisin !"
gT" A country editor, speaking of a member of
Assotnbly, says s The first year he went to Al
bany he was so conscientious that he utterly refus
ed to receive liis allotment of stealings, in (he
ahapo of books and stationery. The next year ho
did not hesitate aud finally came homo unable
to tell the truth, even under the most favorable
C3TTh Hartford Coiirnnl says a Dictionary is
soon to be published which will contain 10,000
in ire words than any of its predecessors. We are
rather disposed to regret this. It would, says the
Albany JoOnal, be bolter to have fewer words
and more ideas. " Words" have more titan quad
rupled since the days of Addison and Steele, and
j et they expressed their ideas quite as clearly as
the writers of the present day.
To TairiNT Fruit Ui rninq to Tim Kettli,
There ia a difficulty in stowing fruit, making
apple pauee or eweetmonts, ns well as cocking ap
ples, pumpkins, potatoes for starch, ah ml its burn
ing and slicking to the kettle. To prevent this
difficulty, It is suggested by a writer In the Homo
stead, to "luce clean rye straw in the bottom of the
.kettle under the fruit. That used for domestic
cooking should be whole straw, cut nt the joints
and divested of husks. It ia cosily separated from
tlio fruit after it is cooked, and will save it from all
burned taste, It is a new, vuluuble plan.
How to Make Lard Candi.ks. The manufac
ture of lard candles is carried to s considerable ex
tent In tome of the Western States, particularly
Wisconsin ; and being monopolized by tlio few,
lias proved very lucrative. . The following ia the
reoeipt i To every eight pounds of lard add one
ounce of nitric acid j and the manner of making
m as follows; Having carefully weighed your
lard, place it over a alow fire, or at least merely
melt it then udd the acid, and mould the same
aa tallow, and you have a clear beautiful candle.
In order to make them reaemblo bona fide tallow '
candles, jnu have only to add a small proportion
of pure beeswax. Country Gent.' '. , ,
Antidoti roa Coaaonvi Si'Blinati. Admin-'
ister albumen (white of eggs) beat up with a little
water, but no delay muat be allowed. The only
hope of counteracting this deadly poison lira hi
prompt action. If eggs are not on hand at once,
give largo and repented doses of flour mixed with
water, or better, with sweet milk. Milk itself ia a
partial if uot complete antidote for corrosive sub
- i i i i i
ty An old lady reading an account of a dis
tinguished eld lawyer who waa said to be the fath
er of tb Now York bar, exclaimed, ' Foot man !
be bad a dreadful set of children."
fJfT Scolding, says a good-for-nothing old bach
elor, is th pepper of matrimony, and the ladies
are the pepper-boxes. '
f Debater reduces everything to mathemat
ics, lie got married because kissing saved fifty
per wilt en hi sugar tax. Old bachelors pleat
take notice. ' - '
W, T. SUTLOCK. W. 0. JOHNSON.
BSstlock A Johnson,
ATTORNEYS it COUNSKL0R3 AT LAW,
And Solicitor! hi Chancery,
WILL promptly attend to any business which
may be cnmmilled to their professional
charge before the District and Supreme Courts.
Olliee in Highficld's building, Immediately op.
porile III Malu Hlrert House.
Oregon Cily, March 7, 1857. 4"y
john a aroiuDB,
ATTOINIT AMD COUNSELOR T IA.W,
Lafayette, Yamhill Ctunlf, O. T., .
WILL faithfnlty attend lo all business en
trusted lo his professional care.
Wm. O. Dement A Co.,
WIIOLF1H ALE and retail Dealers in Grocr
irs, Provisions, Taints, Oil, Hants and
Shoes, Crockery, Ac. Opposite the Land Office,
Main St. Oregon Cily. June 1, 1S55.
CHARLES POPS, JR.,
DEALER in Hurdwarv.Groeeri -,Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots II Shoe, Medicines, Uooks
Msinwrt., Oregon City, April 21,1 857-Ilf
Manufacturer, Wkoleeala and Retail Dealer in
cook axi p.im.on stoves,
tik 4 corrtt WASI, IIADWAC, 4C,
MalnSt., opposite Main Street Hotel,
OREGON CITY, O. T.
Steambout aud jobbiug work attended to with
Orders Rom the country promptly filled. je7
ITT F. H IG II K I ELD,
l'ersoiis desirous of getting good work done will
do well to give me a call, a uiy whole time is de
voted lo the repairing of Chronometer, Lever,
Duplex, and Horizontal watches.
An assortment of Jewelry on hand.
Jewelry made lo order, and repaired.
Prices to suit the time. I am thankful for past
favors, and hope lo give satisfaction in future. '
ID" Located at the old aland, opposite the Tel
egmph Office, OREGON CITY. Feb. 8.
9 Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
& at the OKKUON CITY DltCC STORE,
sep 15 Main Street, Oregon City , O. T.
JOHN P. BROOKS,
Wholesale if Retail Dealer in Grocer!?; Produce,
Protiiioni, Jc., Alain Street.
A General Assortment kept up of Selected Goods.
Cunemah, March 28, 1857.
BEING permanently located in Oregon City,
1 am prepared lo carry on the business ol
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Thnso who favor me with their patronage, may
expect to have their work done right
Those who leave G UNSat my Shop or
repairs, and do not call for them within nimr
months of the time set for the work to be done,
may expect to have them sold to pay charge.
June 27, 1857. 11 mid
Beading for the Million.
s. j. Mccormick
HAS CONSTANTLY OM HAND AT THB, MAXCLI BOOX
(TOtE, raO.IT-ST, PORTLAND, OlEOOXf,-
A Choice selection of Popular Books, News
papers, Magazines and Fancy Stationery.
' Among the books on hand will be fouud works
on Temperance, Agriculture, Horticulture, His
tory, 1'oetry, Hiogruphy, Medicines, Religion,
Science, School Books, Romnuccs, ito., &c, &c.
ILTSubscriplions received for Harper, Graham,
Godey, Leslie's, or Putnam, at a year, jo(
O" Subscription received for any newspaper
published in any part of the Union.
Remember the Franklin Book Store and News
paper Agency, Front street, Porlltud Oregon.
W. 9. Hutching, B& D.,
LAFAYETTE, 0, T.
l'rnf. A. Curtis, Cincinnati, Ohio
Prof.J. Kost, ' "
Prof. Courtney, La Fayelte, Ind.(
Dr. W. Armstrong, Fimlley, Ohio j
J. Fisher, M. D., Tiffin, "
J.CIiamberlin, M. D., Tiffin,
Dr. H. A. Wright, Mexico, Ohio;
l'rnf. II. F. Johnson, Philadelphia, Penn. t
Prof. J. lirown, N. Y.j
Dr. G. Kellogg, Milwaukic, 0. T. -
W. D. Hutchine' Hulsara Wild Cherry $1 25
Jnyne's Expectorant 1 25
" Alterative 1 25
Ayres' Cherry Pectoral 1 25
end a general assortment of
BOTANIC MEDICINES ;
kept at aU limes. And I am making arrange
ments to manufacture my Balsam fur the lungs,
from the Oregon cherry. augl5
8 VB23L FLOW0,
OF ALL SIZES,
A RE now being manufactured and offered for
sule ui Oregou City, al the Blacksmith shop
iienr Mr. Caulield's store.
- The undersigned, having had five years' exp
rience in the PLOW business in Oregon, bogs
leave to inform (ho farming community that he is
confident of being able to supply their want in
tlio Plow ine, if they will give him a call.
Dec. 2C, 1857. . . J. W, LEWIS.
KH W lNCl, HU.VMPOOING, Ve.
HE public are respectfully informed that the
undersigned have opened a SHAVING SA
LOON opposite Messrs, Gibson & Potter's Bill
Hair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing, J-e.
done in the latest and most approved style.
Also, Hoot-blacking, light jobbing, &o. Gentle
men's bed rooms taken care of. and All other small
jobbing done on the cheapest and most expeditious
terms. JOHN & TIIO.UAS WARD,
Jan. 30, 1858. . Main at., Oregon Cily. ,
! '' Jos. Barstow
IS by himself, and would respectfully say to his
friends and the public generally that he is
thankful for past patronage, and willconlinue busi
ness ut the old stajid, tud will ever be ready to
show his Goods to those who may favor him with
t call. Come one, come all, both great and small,
and give him a call before purchasing ebwwhere,
and examine for yourselves his splendid and (elect
stock of .
DRY GOODS, PROVISIONS. CLOTH
ING, BOOTS, SHOES, and CROCKERY,
Tot, Sugar, Coffee, Spices, &c ace., Huts, Nails,
llroouis, 4c, and almost every thing pertaining to
a general line of business. All kinds of country
produce Utksa in txchange..' Couatry friends will
liud it to their advantage to give me a eaU,
Cmiemah.Sept. 6.. ( '
1)RKSTO.V8 Sectional and Coanty MAP of
. OREGON and WASHINGTON TER.
UITOIilES for sale by
augl6 ' CHARLES POPE, Jr. i
Belling Off I
VALUABLE asswtment of BOOKS andl
italionery. Teachers and dealers and all
interested are invited to coll and examine.
March 20, 1S57. C. POPE, Jr.
Tor Sale. ?
ACRES OF GOOD LAND en th
w l) Upper Molalla Prairie.' For particulars
enquire of L. L. Bsadliv, at th City Book
titer ia Oregvn Cily. - f'b- S, 85$. '
, PACIFIC UNIVERSITY,
Forttt Orove, Waahington Co., Oregon,
Rev. S. II. Marsh, A. M., rrttidenl,
Kov.ll. Lyman, A. M., Vr. Malhemalici,
fTMIK eolleglal year, consisting of ene term of
.1. nine months, will eommcue on me nrst
Wednesday of November.
It I tli design of this Institution to furnish
thorough and complete collegiate education.
There ie a Library of 1UUU volume for lb two
of Iho student
Applicant for admission to college must hiv a
knowledge of the common English branch)-, and
hav studied the ancient languages so fur ss to
have read portion of Cesar and Cicero and the
Tb tuition fe la $33 per annum.
Student filling for college, aa well as other
wishing to pursue collegiate sltdie without enter
ing upon the college course, will be under Ihe in
truction of Ih college teacher.
The fsll term of 1 1 weeks in the preparatory
department commences no Ih 2d Wednesday of
September. Tuition, $4 per term.
Forest Grove, Washington Co., Oregon.
Rf.v. Cusui.ng Bells, rrineijal.
The full term will commence on the first Wed
nesday of November.
I union In the common branches, HO in Ih
higher branches, $S per quarter. 2t'.y
TL'ST RECEIVED, at Ihe Oregoa City Drue
J Store, direct from New York and San Fran
cisco, a large assortment of
Patent and Family
II of which will be sold as low or lower than they
can be had at any other place in the Territory.
Country merchants will find it to Iheir interest to
buy here instead of Portland. Caff and tee.
Oregon City, May 9, 1P57.
Xuo Graofonborg Company.
THIS INSTITUTION (incorporated by the
Legislature of iho Stale of New York, cap
ital 81(10,100), wa fonnded for th purpose of
supplyiuv Ihe public wild the celebrated GR AEF
KNBERlJ MEDICINES. The series comprises
remedies for nearly every disease, ndapled lo ev
ery climate. For families, travelers, seamen, and
miners' use, they are uneqnaled. All Ihe medi
cine are PURELY VEGETABLE, and war
ranted to euro Ihe disease for which they are sev
erally recommended. . . ,
The Graofenberg Company does not profess to
cure all diseases with one or two medicine. Our
series consists of ELEVEN different kinds, ad
apted to the various disease incident to the tem
perate and tropical climates. The following com
prise the series of Graefenberg Medicines:
The Graefenberg Vegetable Till
Are considered the standard Pill of the day, and
are infinitely superior to any Pill before the public.
They opcruto without irritation on all the excre
tions, purging the blood by the bowels, liver, kid
neys, and skin.
j Klarihairs L'tcrlno Cathollcou,
iii infallible remedy for nil diseases of the womb
and urinary organs, weakness in the back, pain in
breast, nervousness, debility, etc. In California
and Oregon, out of more than a thousuntl oases
where this medicino has been used, it ha in no
single instance failed to give permanent relief or to
eilect a certain cure.
A powerful extract. Ono bottle equal to ten of
the ordinary sarsnparilla for purifying the blood.
A sure euro for scrofula, rheumatism, ulcers, dys
pepsia, salt rheum, merourial diseases, cutaneous
The Green Mountain Ointment,
Invaluable for burns, wounds, sprains, chilblain,
ores, swellings, scrofula, eta. As a pain extract
or, it cannot be excelled, affording imraodiat re
lief from the most excruciating pains.
j THE GRAEFENBERO 1
! DYSENTERY SYRUP.
This extraordinary article is a (peedyand isfullible
remedy in diarrhoea, dysentery, cholora morbus,
cholera Infantum, and the A sialic cholera, if taken
with tho first symptoms of the disease. It is puro
ly vegetable in its compound. '
Gracfpunevt. Children's Panacea,
For summer complaint, and most diseases to which
children ore subject. Its true worth can never be
set forth in words, but it can be felt and apprecia
ted by parents whose children have been saved.
No mother should be without it. '
, Gracrentterg ' Pile Remedy. '
Warranted a certain cure for this painful disease.
With the Ointment, there are very few case
which cannot be radically end permanently cured.
A surgical operation for Piles and Fistula should
never be resorted to until this ointment has been
thoroughly tried. It never fails.
GRAUVENUF.RG EYE LOTION.
For diseases of Ihe eye, this Lotion has no equal.
It is a speedy and positive cure for inflammation of
the eyes, weaknesses, dimness and failing of sight.'
It will always lie beneficial iu acute inflammation
of the eyes,and also a a wash oa inflamed surfaces.
,.! .; ;: . . graefenbeso -. .
FEVER. AND AGUE FILLS.
A speedy and positive cure for this distressing
complaint. These Pill are composed principally
of ijuinine, with other vegetable ionic, anti-spas,
modio and febrifuge article. Thousands have
been permanently cured by their use. ,
Graefenberg Conanmptire's Balm
' Sovereign In all Bronchial and Pulmonary Dis
eases. It is, beyond all question, true that eon
sumption is a curable disease, and the Consump
tive' Balm fa th best curative ever used. j
Graclcanerg Health miters.
These bitters are skilfully and elegantly prepared
from a number of invigorating, healthy roots,
barks, herbs, and vine. Aa invaluable tonic ana
j .. ,. Gracfenneri Manaal of neallk. , .
A haudsomely printed volume of 300 page, con
taining concise and extremely plain descriptions of
all manner of disease, their symptom and treat
ment Every family should have oae. Price
only Hi cent. It will be sent, post paid, to
any post olliee in California or Oregon, on th re
ceipt of 25 cents by mail or express.
Address Rediugton & Co., San Francisco.
The Graefenberg Medicine are for sal by al
Druggists and apothecaries throughout theeoontry.
A. H. STICKLE, Agent, Oregon City.
: General Agents for California and Oregon
1 - ' REDINGTOX &. Co,
, Wholesale Druggist,
' No. 107 Clay street, San r'raneitco,
LIMK9 just received and for tale by - -my30
. - F. CHARM AN.
0RA-NGE3 a fin let just received and tot
"I by F. CHARMAN.
WM. O. DEMENT CO.,
FFER for sal lb following food I
mill saw, 7xB ftt,
9 " Xent do
20 cow bell (superior),
10 M handled axe,
10 " without do
10 handled do, aaa'daliea,
10 " potato digger,
10 Aim' spades,
30 " eurry combs,
600 lb wrapping twine,
100 I R pnekiiig,
.VI0 fast I R bel'lnrt
INDIA RVBBEH GOODS of all descrip
tion. Oregon lily, Jan. ', ISM.
Zfow Books I
milE subscriber has just received a lamas.
X ortment of HOOKS, direct from New York,
among which are the following)
Alison' Hist, of Europe
Live of the Signer,
Uabylon and Nineveh,
Hilhman'a do. -
Democracy In America,
"Land and Lee,"
"Sea and Hailor,"
("Deck and Port,"
"Ship and Shore,"
Three Year In Callfor,
Cve. of Literature,
Egypt aud th HolyLnnd
lluclian's r am. rnya n.,;
Manual of t in Art,
Lecture on Ih Arts,
Ane I Monasteries,
Choice Biography, ,
Travels iu Peru,
A variety of Poet.
600 copies of Bandera Speller,
350 " McGufley' do.
350 " Webster' Diclionarie.
Davie' Algebra, Newman's Rhetoric,
" Geometry, Day' do. -"
Bourdon, Parley's Univ. History,
' Surveying, Goodrich' Piet V. 8.,
" - Legendre, Monteith' Geography,
" Arithmetic, "Little Speaker,"
Thompson' do. IN. American Speaker. .
A rreih Supply of Stationery.
Memorandums, of all sixes, Diaries, 4c, Nots and
Letter Paper, Envelope, Pans, Ave., oVc. Kras-r
Knives, Ernsive Rubber, Gummed Label, Faber'
Pencils, IN K, in quart and pint bottle.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Oregon Cily, August 18, 1856.
YOU will find an excellent assortment of Dreas
and Bonnet Silkt, Satint and Velvets! also
Bonnet Trimming; Hosiery, Gloves, Laeei and
Ribbon; Table Clothe, Counterpane; ete., al th
(tore of C11AKLE3 runs, Jr.,
(Main-(t., opposite Abernethy's (tore,) where may
be fouud almost every thing in thelin of
Such a Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Merino.
Plaid Linscys, Muslins, snttinetU, Jeans, rlnn
neis. Sheeting, Bed Ticking, Hickory 8tripe,
Cotton Hatting, etc.
Oregon City, April I, lSi-ltr
Medicines for Sale, By
CHARLES POPE, Ja.
T A NT)S' SaraaDarilla. Peek's Wild Cherrv Bit
ton. Rnleman'a droua. Brandrslli'a nills. Lee's
pi I IS, ferry vcrmnuKv, vpuuciuw, umn vm
phor, Gum Arabic, British oil, Lobelia, Hot drops,
3d preparation, Roman eye balsom, Dalley's pain
trnrtnr. Laudanum. ParcL-oric. Oil of Penoer-
' 1 1 , r. f I - u ..
mint, Essence, Composition Powder, Carter'
Pulmonary lialsnm, Sulphur, i'.psom Baits, ace.
April 21, 18J-1U
DKore Zfew Ooodi,
AT CHARMAN & WARNERS.
IN ADDITION TO Olll USUAL, Siuun,
we hav just received, direct from Ban I'rau-
cisco', a good and suitable supply of
Goods for this Season of the Year,
which wo ofler for sale at price which cannot be
beat in this market Our stock consists in prl f
400 lb sal soda, .
50 boxes English soup,
00 11 Chos. Hill's soap, '
30 dox corn starch,
30 cases pie fruit,
15 ' pickle,.
8 dox honey, ...
8 " lobsters,
19 " oysters, .
SO hlf bblsN O sugar,
4 bbls Sandwich Island syrup,
10 hlf bbls dried apples,
8 rils mackerel,
3000 lbs stick candy,
500 ' fancy do.
1 case Gallipisher toys,
1 ' German toys,
400 lbs almond?,
13 hlf boxes raisins,
6 whole boxes do.,
43 prs good Mackinaw blankets,
3000 yds brown sheeting,
Hoots and (hoe of every description.
; The above, with our usual assortment, we think
render our stock complete. Call and see ns.
Terms cash. CHARMAN t WARNER.
December 30, 1857.
Experience makes Perfect.
Why Go to Portland to Buy Goods?
TTTE wish to Inform our customers and the
W publie generally that we have now on
hand, in addition to our usual heavy stock of Gro
ceries and Pry-Goods, one of the largest and best
selected stocks of
: . READY-MADE CLOTHING
ever offered in this market. We also wish to say
that our goods are of excellent quality, and that
wo will eell j i'
AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER HOUSE IN OREGON,
1 ; Portland not excepted.
I Our old motto still governs onr trade " Quick
sales and small profits." Our stock of goods is
now open for inspection to all who will favor ns
with a call. Call and sec, and let experience
then speak for itself. We (ell as low as any ia
the Territory, fur cssh, or produce at market rates.
CHARMAN & WARNER.
Oregon City, May 23, 1857.
JUST R E C E I
a splendid lot of
CLOTHING, BOOTS 4- SHOES,
i . . '. and ' , , . '
Dry-Goods ol all Descriptions.
We can now fill almost any bill a farmer may call
for. Call and see.
March 14. CHARMAN & WARNER.
T-B HAVE JUST RECEIVED
' ' i A HIAW XSSOtTMENT OF
' ' ' 1 ' ' ' AND HAVE PUT . ''
Prices Down to the Lowest Figure I
Come in, those who want goods cheap.
mhll CHARMAN A WARNER.
ALL those who want LUMBER can leav
their bills with Chasmak 4. WaaNia, which
I will fill, and deliver the lumber in Oregon City,
u desired. U. 8. BUCK.
Oregon City, Jan. 16, 1858. 40lf
: : Bane's Arctic expedition, i
RUSSELL'S CRIMEAN WAR, and other
interesting works, for sal at the
sep 12 CITY BOOK STORE. '
MACAULAY19 History of England for
lby - C. POPE, Jr.
100,000 8avS,. i
sp!9 WM. C. DEMENT, 4 CO.
A Few Cam
F that superior GREEN TEA jest received
oy - lt .n.u.DMi.ir co.
CASES "Crmnptea" Medal" Tobnceo at
epl3 WM. C. DEMENT & COS.
ATzsarxoxr, rAKtxaaa i
A It U
WE have now on th way from ill Eastsrn
To Arrive about the Init of April,
A SUPERIOR LOT
of Ihe above-mentioned machine. They combine
ail of Ih latest Improvements, rind we hsv no
hesitation In saying that w bellav them to bo Ih
MUHT rCKFERT MACtUXKM
bow brought lo this coast. They were constructed
under our owa supervision, having all III altera
tion necessary to render them suitable for th
Th THRESHERS consist of two, four, and
six-horse powers (railway and sweep), with eleva
tors and every essential oouvenience known lo Ihe
Our REAPERS and MOWERS ero combined
machines, suitablo for sillier mowing or reaping,
They work from two lo four hones, wilb and
without rake) or, in other word, out Is a elf
raker. Xn Addition to the Above,
W hav, lo arrive at Ihe sam time, Ih following
Peoria rioies, X 8,
lioalon Clipper Pious,
Grapevine Grain Cradles,
Scythes and Snaths,
Hay Forks and Rakes,
BARK MILLS, t TANNERS' TOOLS.
Also, a select assortment of
' SMITHS' AND fcARPESTEna' TOOLS,
With many other rtk.k not here mentioned.
W would aay to our customers and th publio
generally, if they are in want of any of the above
mentioned article, they will do well le call and see
our before purchasing elsewhere.ns we are deter
mined to sell LOW FOR CASH.
We would also add that onr Machines are being
rapidly sold lo arrive. Hotter call and secure one
of them before too late. If preferred, Maohine
delivered in Portland, a engaged before arrival.
Wm. C. D1SMENT k CO.,
Oregon Cily, Jan. 30, '58. Oppotite Land Ojjir,
Patronizo Borne Industry I
T HAVE now in full operation a CABINET
JL SHOr In th ctty, near the congregational
church, where 1 am manufacturing
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES, (7
SOFAS. " U
n iii.1t niher furniture as is wanted bv the 'Tl
community generally. There is connected with
my shop . Tl'tiXING-LATHE,
where all sorts of lurniiigcan be done. Large and
, r .- urt.-f I- . - l.
email oiinmnir-ft arris niaue iu vmr,.
I am making a belter article than imported fur
nitur. and selhnff it at a less cost. Give me a
call you will lose nothing by It.
Oregon Cily, March 37, 1858. 50ni6
BEFORE AND AFTKR USING
DR. JACOB WEBBER S SANGUIFIER,
Or Invigorating Cordial.
Sold only In Qoart Bottles price fi'i 'wo
for 05 by all Druggists In California and Or
egon. June utt, in.ip.
Farm for Sale for $1,500.
T OFFER for sale a half section of
J land situated about (ix miles east of
McDonald's ferrv in KorksSnntiam.Linii
county, and about twenty miles from Salem.
The shape of the land (nits it well for ordinary
farming, aud it is also one of the Le:t stock farm
in the country. The hnprovement includ"" one
hundred and twenty apple tree of improved fruit
also peach, plum, and cherry trees, all of which
will soon be in plentiful bearing. The location ia
favorable to health, is beautiful and pleasant.
Time will be liven on a part or the money at
moderate interest, or good stock taken for part.
For further particulars call on me nt the '' Union
Store," Salem, or address by letter. Information
concerning it can also be had by calling on W.L.
Adams of the Oregon Argus. ,
t ell. U7,lS38-4timt , V. HUtb.
MO F FATS Life Bitters and Pills, Bernard's
Dysentery Syrup. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, at the
okegu:m 11 1Y UKUU SIUKIS.
Central Produce Depot.
CONSTANTLY receiving, fresh from ranch,
wheat, oats, bacon, lard, butter and potatoes.
Apiil4, '57. JOHfl P. BKUOKS.
W. T. Barni,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKER,
OREGON CITY, O.T.
KT Strict attention paid to repairing, and satis
faction to patrons warranted. feb9-43
-fk DOZ. thumb latches, cheap, for sale by
tfV WM.C. DEMENT &co.
IIAKER Sarraparilla, at the
OREGON tlTI DRUG STUKB.
R. Osgood's India Cholagogue, and Dr. Jones'
American lholagogue, at the
. . . OREGON CITY DRUG STORE. .
' Oarard Tarlor't
CYCLOPEDIA of Modern Travel, and
Swan's Three Years' Residence on the North
Went coast for sule at the ,
CITY BOOK STORE. "
1LAX SEED for sale at
GILT MOULDING for picture frame", for
ale by CHARMAN & WARNER ,
IULL assortment of Yankee Notions at 1
mh21 CHARM AH ft WAKHKKS.
ANDS' Sarsaparilla, in anyquantity.atthe
OKEUON CITY DKUU BTUKK.
CHAIN PUMPS price reduced fee sale by
mr28 C POPE, Jr. "
K WILL PAY CASH or TRADE for
good WHEAT at the market price.
novlS CHARMAN 4 WARNER.
UHAKmAu f WAtxat.K.
6 DOZ. grape-Tine cradle for sale by ' '
WM.C. DEMENT V co.
N assortment of Bible and Testament for
L nl at lb Repository price by
C. POPE, Jr.
Jan. 2. W.M. C DEMENT CO.
U, & MAIL LCnj,
Oregon City and Portland Daily
a,.... J Josiah Mvaica.'M,,-
Will run daily, (SunJays eaeepled,) . aJjTl
named trade, leaving Oregon Cilv (vervj '
o'ekick, a. Nt Itelurnlng, will leav fJS'?
9 P.H., touching at alllnlermedlalepoi4
. ...Ki , )n appiy oa board.
Between Portland and Orm.
THE new stern-wheel steamer -J
Wa. lavino, Maaler, will run betwrsa p-u
4 Oregon Cily daily (Sunday. (.erT?
U. S. MAIL LIITE.
Partlnnd and Aitra
Th Splendid Steamer -y ' .
WI LL continue to run regularly betlTa?
land and Astoria, via VnJLnl?'
wirit, leaving Portland on Monday adTk.r!Ll
morning of each week for Astoria and A-!Z
for Pertland on Tuel.y sad Friday Lrai?
touching Vakcouvm, Hr. II klkm, Riii,rc"JT
usir, Ac, each way. For rreigliior naZ
pply to R. HOYT, MaihT
Jel6 OratHoyt'eWharf-baat, PorUa4
I HAVE bought out the BAKERY MUblLk.
ment of CAarm.a e lv-.,Ber, wbicb'l kZ'
now opened under the most favorable circa!!
atance to all old patrons, and a aisny tawemjl
as msy choosa to giv me a call. Mr skoaTa
be well supplied with '
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, JVt,Vt.
dies, Raiains, Figs, Cigars, Toy,,
and almost every other variety of knicLkaataa
yet Invented by Yankee ingenuitv-all tt wkul
will be alTordrd , 7
AT TUB LOWEST POS3IBLB IATm! T
1 shall occasionally receive supplies frees lie
tropical latitudes, which will be duly aaaoasesJ
upon arrival. All are Invited lo give me a eH
Oregon Cily, April 21, 1857. , j .
JUST RECEIVED at the Oregon City Dra.
Store, direct from New York aad 8a Kras
Cisco, a fresh uppty of DRUGS, MBDICINMM,
Patent Medicine. Family Medieinae, Ae . At.
nuivil w... v. mm im jwr emmm (S ISV CSJ Off
procured in tht Territory. Call and eiaatia be
V ourselves, and net an Almsnse for
JAYNE'S Alterative, Eipeetaraul, aad Pigs,
Cod IJvcr Oil, Castor Oil, and 8wetOg.at
Ui OREGON CITY DRUG STORE
MEXICAN Mustang IJnimeut, G. VY. Mtr
chant's Garbling Oil, at the .
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
TRUSSES, right and left and double, and Ab
dominal supporters, at Ihe
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE. 1
PUKE While Lead, raw aud burned Umber,
Crome, Green and Yellow, and ether paint,
at the OREGON CITY DRUGSTORE.
PERFUMERY, at Ihe
OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.
RAEFKNBERG MKDICINES: l.
Graefenberg Sarsaparilla, Uterine Cslbolie),
Dysentery syrup, eoasaaiptivt
" Tile Ointment, '
' llenllh llilter
" Eye Lnlion, Ae., tw.i " l
To be fonnd al the egenev nf the ComMrf, it
the OUEGON CI i t DRUG STORK.
HAYMAN'S Dyspeptic Elixir wnrraaled lo
euro Ihe dyspepsia just received aad lev
sale at the OREGON CITY DRUG STOKE,,
DR. Giiysott'scompoundextrect ofSampariUa
snd Yellow Dock, nl the .,i
seplft OREGON CITY DRUG STORE.,
LD Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sarsspsrills, at
the OREGON CITY DRUG STOKB.
U.J. Ayres' celebrated Cherry Pectoral fat
cumrhs, colds, and consumption, aim '
OUEGON CTTY DRUGSTORE.
cLANE'S celebrated Vermifuge d Uve
.. . . . . . . , n nnwt la U
Pills, Olll'.tiOW til l JJKHU siunn.
U. Tiwneiid'sSars3iar:lla,at the
OREGON CITY DlttU S1UKK.
PERUVIAN Febrifuge, for the cure of fev
and ngne, tttt., &.C., just received and fersala
at iho OREGON CITY DRUG ST0RR.
(Jaiicuinii, April ll( ' "
ON hand and for sale, low, for cash or prodo!
Paints & lead, , chrome green, T
white lead, . prusin blue -
red do in oil, ebrome yellow, ,
blk. do " blue paint, j;
litharge, 1 '
Common and permanent green pnlly.glaM
Sic. JNO. P. BROOKS. !
BOOT AND SHOE STO,
OREGON CITY. .
J. n. CLAN PI ED & CO. ,':
WOULD rerpectfully inform th paUie
Ihey have now on hand a Urge "
selected stock of ready-made BOOTS
SHOES, which they offur for sale on rttsosam
-MAKING AND REPAIRISQr-
Done to order, on short BOtics.
f R. IR.-.S. '
For Sale at the CITY BOOK 81023.
r. i -I
THE following works k, it
Magio Staff, by A.J. Davis t
Dred, in 2 vole., by Harriet Beecher Shojtl
HomeCyelopediae, ' ' 1 '"'
tireat iron wneei, oy .
of the World' Progress,
' Useful ArU,
' Fine Arta and Literature,
" Biography, 4o. .
FOR SALE BY CHARLES P0ft,it
CJUGAR, Salt, Coffee, Tea, Syrup, CheteW
3 Starch, Soleratu, Cream i nw.
Carb. Soda, Pepper, Spice, Alum, Bans, ir
peraa, ete. ' Apnsfll. IWa.-iu
TT.aMfflS e .
FOR SALE BY CHARLES POPE, i
BRASS and lion Bntls, J1..
Latche. Hammers and B.J
Drawing-knive., Hand--. sC-g C-"-
orusn ana varas, uuh u
Carda, Chest Handle, ns.
We o. IXment
. . . TATf. . .
Dealers In Orocerie.EarW?
Boots k Shoes, Crockery,
mENDER their thank t their io(eri"
temers for their past liberal patronage, .
licit a continuance ol m ". .wfcks
Thev lake Measure in informing ne.rTTlW
they have now on hind a largej a
stock of Grocerie; Hardware, "JL- y
Crockery, and Boat Stares, to "h"-4
making constant additioa from Aow
San Francisco, purchased for eh mm.
enabled to sell at lower price tba JTZ '
:- rtu. fit. Ja"'1"" ;
f-A BBLS. fresh -S.nta CraiT W fc(r
,-)AA ACRES OF GOO JUT
ZUU three milcrf Orag-tC"
lime allowed ow f .TO"
panicabira hv,mr t tWlTY BOW
a Oregon City. 3 '