Extra Notice I TTTB WISH to Inform all who are Indebted VV to as that co the lOra dav or Akptcmoki Mir ws shall close our book aud arcounts, and . f wl 14 crtM tusmetstnllrely 1 Ws h re. tain our hooka and papan fur on month fur tha purpose tt (ollsetiou after which lima all ao ousts sot sslllsd will b lift with some officer fur otieeuoo. , . , , W bop oat and all will coma forward. and claa up thair Kieounia with oaah or auch produce aa era usually laka at tha market rates, or maka satisfactory settlements with ua. CHARMS N A WARNER. Oregoa Cltjr, Aa. 14, 1858. Taper Hanrlnri, N EW LOT, just received, and fur rale by BUgl 1IIU3.JUM.MMUK. tt. A. ADA JO. CTHSD, PHYSICIANS, OFFER their professional services to tha elli aaaa of SALEM and vicinity. .They will preotioe tha Hygeo-Modiesl (better kaswa aa Hydropathic) system, belisving all drags to b sot only unnecessary in tha suooesslul Wealsnent of diseases, but Injurious to tha eonsll tatiao of tha patient, and relying entirely upon Hypaie appliancea, . Special attention will ba given to Osstitsics, and those dieeaaee peculiar to women and children, by Mrs. Wiid. Patients at a diatance treated apoa reasoaabls terms. . Rsriasacsa! Drs. R. T. Trail and 0. W. May, of New York city j Dr. U. M. liourna, of San Francisco. Office Citt Dock Stoic, Salem, Oregon. t! August 7, 1858. 17 COLD MINES AT HOME! , ' ' i eBssss-a-eateBxessssj. . HOLLAND. L. DAY. " HOLLAND & DAY H AVE juet opened a.new and splendid assort ment or uou us At the Old Stand of F. S. d A. Holland, apposite Geo. Abernethy's brirk store, wh'ere they eaa ba found at all times ready to wait on custom on. They are now permanently located, and , hope by strict attention to business to merit lib oral share of patronage. Their stock in part consists of tha following ar tlclea: Ginghams, lawns, delancs, prints, merinos, flannels, alpacas, bleached domestic, wool plaids, damask silk dress goods, hosiery, white shirts, check do., hickory do., orer Ax. under do., boots St shoes of all kinds 4 sizes, shawls, tine At coarse, satinets, b!k, brown & while linen thread, Coats' s Sftol cotton, ribbons, artificial flowers, dto. Also, East Boston syrup, California refined syr up, augara of all kinds, tobacco, coffee, tea, na la, salt, caudle., and a thousand other things, too nu merous to meut on, all of which they will sell as low as any other house in Oregon City. They will pay cash or goods fur all kinds of pro dwoe.sooh aa butler, eggs, chickens, or almost any thing the farmers have to sell. There is nothing hke trying. ' Go give them a trial. HOLLAND & DAY. Oregon City, Aug. 7, 1858. CASH paid tot LAND WARRANTS, by HOLLAND St DAY. Yamhill Farm for Sale. T OFFER t beautiful furm of .TJO J. acrea in Yamhill county for sale. ''-r' Wood buildings an the premises and a lit' tie land under fence. The place ia admitted by II to bo oue of the most delightful residences in iheoounlry. For particulars inquiro of the Editor of the Argus, who is able to Rive all necessary In formal iou. July 31, 1858-lf.wl ' Oaariian'i Sale. - BY VIRTUE of an order of aale issued by the Probate Court of Clackamas county, Oregon, I shall oiler for aale at public auction to the highest bidder, all the esiale, r'ght, title, aud iota-eat of Mary Aun Sauudere in and to Ms numbered four (4) aud (5) in block numbered twenty-two (32) in Oregon City. Said property will bo aold subject to a mortgage given by the undersigned to Abel Ewley on the 7th day of September, 1855, for $40U, mid interest. The sale will be at the court-house in Oregon City on Saturday, tiis 9tii dat or Auauar, 1858, at 11 o'clock a.m. MARY WASTED. Guardian of Mary Ann Saunter. 'August 7, 1858. ' 173 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the Ssconu Mokdat or' Sur manna nkxt, and the next succeeding days, in front of my office iu Oregon City, so much of each tract, parcel, or lot of land described in the following statement will be aold aa will pay fjur taxes and costs for the year 1856 said lots being assessed and returned as non-resident ill the towns of Oregon City, Ca nemah, Linn City, and MiJwuakie, iu Clackamas county, Oregon Territory i In Oregon City. Xn Lion City. LUTO. BLOCK. Lets. BfcUCB. i,6, 7, 8 ' 44 4,5 1 4,5,7,8 47 7,8,9 1 19,8,0 ' rt 10 1 1,2,3, 4' ' " 81 - 1 "4 1,8,7,8 62 2 4 4A?' " 1 69 ' 8 6 4 5 .'( 70 9 ' . 5 1,2,5 71 3, 10 6 1,2,3,4 . ', ill ' 1 ' ' .. . all of 78 . 8, 9 , 6 T-i" '' " " 79 8 '. ,8 1, S,7,8 ' V "89"'" '. 8 13,4,5. C, 7,8 . 85 1 B ilToT-' "66 10 9 87 2 9 M.M,y;..: m 1,2,11, 19 11 , , 89 3 .11 , 90 4 II 3, 91 5,8 11 all of -.r - - 92 2,3,10,11, 12 12 2;4.'7,8 " " ' 97- 4,5,6 12 1,6,7,8 98 , 1 '13 all of 103 2,3 11 ' 1 117 . 7,8,9 14 2,4,67' ' ' ' 120 4,5,6 14 1,3,4,5,8 123 1,2,3,4 15 all of 145 1,3 19 - '151 10,11,12 23 4,5,6 25 In Canemah. 3,6 . l In Milwankle. 4 ti" 1 3,6 . . 14 2- 2 7 15 5 ,8 1.2,3,4 16 C 2 5 . . 1 37 IP- 5, 6,7' " ' 40 1 .;!- V-'-. 6 ' ' ' s,i ' ' ' ...v t 7 ' 4 --1 !. 7 1" , 8 ..- . 4,6 is ; ....... S.-4'- .I'V-'l ? 22 ' ' V.. - " " F. S. HOLLAND, ; ' Auditor 0 Clacknma Co. '.Augmst7.1858. . 17w5 . Bale of School Lands. AS ORDERED by tha Commissioners of Clackamas county, acting in pursuance of an act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Oregon passed January 30th, 1858, eatilled " Aa act to amend aa act to provide for the aale f eommon school lauds of the Territory of Or egen," such portions of the school lands in said (Gua'.y aa tha state of the public surveys will per mil will be publicly offered for sale to the highest bidder at Oregon City on the Saturdaya following the first Mondays of September, December, April, and July, not more than 160 acrea ia oue lot Terms rf payment aa follows: One fourth of the purchase money ehall be paid ia hand, and the remainder ia three equal annual instalments, with tea par oenL per annum interest from the date of pnrchaer, the interest to be paid aemi-nnnually in advance ; each deferred payment to be secured by aetes of the purchaser made payable to the Treasurer of the ceaaty. The whole amount nay be paid dowa at the optioa of the purchaser. TboSeppriateodeot will give a bond far a deed bra the) last payment with deferred interest shall beBBid. JOHN D. POST, '- ' Sup't a Csmssea SckvtU. July 31, 18J8-I6 Claekamv Ce VroC OHO. T. XffSWZLL, TKACIIRR OF Vocal and Instrumental Music, , , OREGON CITY. lis will also Instruct classes In instrumental or vocal musio, or both, in different sections of tha country, when desired. July 24, Ib5fy. GP. N. continues In Import IIOLDER 8 a KI'LENDID rKEMIU.M PIANO rOKTEd. Any person wishiug una of ihuaa in atrunienta can have it at the New Yoik price, euuiug freight, AM)., Willi IU per cent, ooiniunsnuu. Land for Sale. rNE HALF of Dlock No. 132 in Oregon City, y Also luunesn acrea 01 vaiuauia land adjoin ing Oregon City, on Holmes's claim clesrsd snd broken. Two lots in illbsny, and ons block in Corvallis. AW the abovo are well located, and will be aold on easy terms, iilso 3ii0 acres of good land In Clatsop county, pan 01 1 oiuiiDury a claim, and I .IU acrea on the Clackamas, about six milrs from Oregon Citv. A. HOLDKOOK. Oregon City. July 31, 18i8. 16 FARMINOTON STORE. THE subscriber would resieclfully inform the putlio generally that he haa op.ued a NEW STORE AT FARMINOTON, On the Tualain River, where lis intends carrying on the Cit'iicrnl Merchandise UnalncM. He will keep always on hand a good assortment of GROCERIES, MEDICINES, Crockery, Hardware, Clothing, Loolt and Shots, Lonfect'onery, Ligart, Stationery, d)e. The above will always bo offered at the LOWEST PRICES! For Cuth or Country Produce. Iff Please call and see for Yourselves, and save your expenses iu going to Portland to buy goods. Alolto "amall profits nnd quick returns." THOMAS BAILEY. Formington, July 24, 1858. Good Wheal Wanted, IOR which the highest market price will be . paid iu cosh or trade, at the July 24. FAKM1NUTON STORE. GOOD GRAIN CRADLES, Scythea, and Snaths, at BAILEY'S, July 24. Farmtngton Store. LADIES' and gents' KID GLOVES, at BAILEY'S, Farmington. SADDLERY, AND HARNESS-MAKING, OREGON CITV. BEING permanently located in Or- r-A egon City, I take this method ofar notifying the publio that I am prepared T to muko a superior article of Harne'tet, Riding Saddle; I'ack Saddle; Bridle; and everything in my line, on very short notice and ou the most reasonable lerma. Paikere going to tha mines will find this the very place to make their riding and packing outfit, as 1 keep just the urticle they need constantly on Hand. July 24, 1858-15v-7 JOHN SCHRAM Sheriff's Bale. - . "VTOTICE is hereby given, that In obedience to XI an execution issued rrom the offieu cf the Deputy Clerk of the U. 8. District Court in and for the county of Clackamas, I shall proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cosh, at the Court House door in Oregon City, on MONDAY, the THIRTIETH imi or AUGUST, a. n. 1858, all the right, title, and interest of William Glaser, of, in, and to the following described property, to wit: " Beginning at the Kortli-enst corner of lot numbered two (2) in block numbered three (3) npon the plat of Oregon City in said county ( running thence, along the north side of said lot, one hundred and five feet ; thence at right anglea, along the west end of anid lot, twenty feet; thence at right angle, in an easterly direction, one huudred and live feet; thence, at rght an gles, along tlie front of said lot, twenty feet to the place of beginning." Said sale is made to satisfy judgment for the sum of three hundred dollars and nineteen cents, interest, diets, aud accruing costs, rendered against said Glaser, in favor of Geo. Aberncthy, upon the foreclosure of a mortgage upon the premises above described, and will take place at the hour of 2 r. nv of said day. A. IIOLCOM13, July 31, 1 858w5 Sheriff Claek'amai Co. NEW STORE AT McMINNVILLE! HAVING permanently located myself at Mc Minnville for the purpose of merchandizing, I would call the attention of the citizens of Yam hill to the fact that I am now keeping a full aa snrtmenl of GOODS, such aa are suited to the Country trade, such aa DRV AND FANCY GOODS, Drugs, Oils, Medicines, Paints, BOOKS, hardware, tar, rice, fish oil, lard oil, linseed oil, bear's oil, red lead, veuilian red, shot, powder, lead, dried fruits, chain pumps, glass, ropes, sugar, ayrup, indigo, spice, pepper, madder, ginger, salt, a very auperior lot of BOOTS Sl SHOES, and a Variety of such other articles as are adapted to a eouutry trade. All sorts of produce taken in exchange for goods. I am determined to sell on auch terms as will justify the farmers iu buying of me instead of go ing below. 8. C. ADAMS. McMinnville, July 10, 1858. To those Going to the Mines. I TAKE this method of letting MINERS and travelers know that I have pleuty of PROVISIONS A HORSE-FEED, . AT THE , Lower Crowing; of fiandf, on the Emigrant Bond, (Eight miles above Philip Foster's,) One dav't iournev from there to the summit. 1 can give all necessary directions as to Ihe route to the Katies aa to water, gross, ore. rresn oeei always on hand. Prices Vsar Reasokasi.s. July 17, 1858. FRANCIS REVNEW. Tor Bale. r 'WISH to sell my property on the hill I .Iuim I.tnn Pltv ncmiDied at n resent Tsd I I. tr I.' T . M.Ann l-i uv v. 11. rcrgiwu. .om .swwi able. Address me at Vaiapooia, u. 1 . July 3, 1858-12 W. BLA1N. Just Received, ALaKGE assortment of DOORS, WIN DOWS, and Venitian BLINDS, which will be aold en very favorable terms. June IU. 1 HUM AS JUIlIVhUPi. 30 BARRELS CaLiroasis LIME for sale by T. JOHNSON. LARGE aranrtment of FURNITURE just received and for aale by T. JOHNSON. MATTRESSES of all descriptions for sale by ' T. JOHNSON. T. CfURMA. A. WiBIfEL Cbannaa dk Warner, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS B IIOLISALS a BBTAIL - Dealers la Drf Good, Clothing, Hardware, Crockery, Glassieare, Boots, Shoes, Paints, Oils, tie., In ihir fire -proof Brick Mi stbiit, CiE50!l CI7T, OSIW . I I k. HUBLSV, D. esiiTn. WXLLAMSTTS IRON WORKS, OREGON CITY. WE beg 10 inform ths publio of Oregon and Washington that we have completed our BOILER, PATTERN, BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE SHOP, . . and are prepared to build Boilers, Englnee, Grist. mills, Sawmills, and all other kinds of machinery. Our busiuess connection with tha Eastern Stalaa tha great convenience of our locality Ihe superiority and number of our machine the use of water power instead of steam, aud the nor feci knowledge of all branches of our busiueaa, will enable us to compete with California. Inviting the public to give us a call, and to favor us wnn uielr patronage, we promise to eieouts their orders on ths shortest notice, and -At San Frauclaro Trice. A. ROSSI k CO. Juno 19, 1858. 10yl THE SPELL 13 BROKEN!! The Election la Over ! ! 1 AND BUSEiraSULT & 8&0S. RE selling off at COST the best-selected stock of aTdLgcir 0 sDs CLOTlXXlYCf, JUWUXJLV, boots a shoes, Ever offered in this market, to which they would respectfully call the attention of merchants and the publio geuerally. They assure customers that they now offer the boi inducements fur the invest ment of money by those who desire to purchase goods of an excellent quality and at extremely LOW RATES! Their whole stock will be sold without reserve at cost prioes, and all closed out aa anon as pos sible. Oregon City, June 19. 1858. . Notice ! ALL who are indebted to the firm of Dirsax Biker & BkoTiiRBS are requested to call at their store and settle by cash or mots. June 19. WELLS, FARGO & CO. 1 NEW YORK, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA EXPRESS b EXCHANGE COMPANY. CAPITAL, ... $600,000. EXPRESS FORWARDERS .rl.VD COMMISSION MERCHANTS: Ship Treasure at the. lowkst bates, and insure . under our own open Policies, held with the best English Companies, vix t Indemnity Mutual Marine; Marino Insurance ; Royal Exchange Insurance ; and Loudon Assurance. Forward Freight and Parcels TO ALL PARTS OF THE ATLANTIC STATES, CANADA, AND EUROPE. EXCHANGE on Ihe ATLANTIC STATES and EUROPE and checks on SAN FRAN CISCO procured at the Agency. 17 For the better security of ourselves and the public, Agents iu California, Oregon and Wash ington Territories, are furnished with " Appoint ments" or Commissions, specifying their powers as our Agents. Such " Appointments" they are re quired to keep exposed to tbe publio view In their places of business. Office at the CITY DRUG STORE, Oregon City. June 1,1858. A. H. STEELE, Agent. SELLING OFF AT COST, An Extensive Assortment of CONSISTING: IN fAkT Or DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Hardware, Drugs, Medicines, Books, Stationery, tft. GIVE us a call, and we will give you bargains. June 26, 'iS. CHS. POPE, Jo. To Milliner aud Others. B ONXET SILKS, bonnet wire, do. millinet, wholesale and retail, at C. POfK'S. Saiicls ttarsnparllla, GENUINE article $10 per dozen, or tl per.bottle, at C. POPE'S. 0 ATS FOR SALE, at C. POPE'S. THREE FINE COVERED BUGGIES for sale by AINSWORTH & DIERDORFF. Bethel Institute. THIS School is under the personal control of Prof. Haley, of Bethany College, and is in a flourishing condition. terms or tuition. . - Common English branchea $4,00 prqr. Higher branches in Mathematica & History, o.uil Latin, Greek, Ac, 8,00 " The residents of the district that now live in it I'"- .... . . . liosrd can be had at the usual prices. JAMES L. LADD, Afay 1,1858. Ck'n of Com. OREGON IQARKET, MESSRS. N. X. MATLOCK AND S. L. CAMPBELL desire to inform the inhabitants of Oregon City and vicinity that they have laWy REMOVED their market up Main atreet, e Nearly Opposite the Post Office, where they will keep constantly on hand the best quality of FRESH BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, also Corn Beef, Bacon, Butter, Egg; and all kinds of veoetaslcs to be had iu the country all of which will be offered at the lowest market rates. Cash paid for all the above-mentioned ar ticles. ' April 4, 18S8. 25,000 2 FEET OF FIR LUMBER sale by KsUitcmun, apt 1 1, JOS. BARSTOW. India Robber Good. JUST RECEIVED, direct from New York, Hospital cloth, . . Breast pomps, Nursing bottles, ire., tte., at the Feb. 6. OREGON CIT Y DRUG 8TORK. To the Afflicted. DR. HUTCniNS' CELEBRATED BAL aam of Wild Cherry, with a variety of his otlier popular Botanical Medicines, are now for aale at CHARLES POPE'S, Oregon City, nnd at JOSEPH BARSTOW'8, Caaeau. 47y SAVE YOUR DOLLARS! As well as your Dime I IF you want GOOD articles at the lowest pos sible Drw.es. call at CUARLES POPE'S store, on Main street, where you will find a large assortment of GOODS as cheap as Uiey eaa Be bought at any store in Oregea City. Dee. 5, '57. FOR SALE, i SET of aeeoBd-haad TIN MA NS TOOLS aad JMCAcmplete,by Oct. 3,167. E. MILWAIN. KemoTal. rnUB OREGON CITT DRUO STORE is I A a- . L :U:.s u-asles) sasksMaare treat Method ebveb. Jalr 24, 1S5S. a. koesr, ' r. (AkTKia, W. WXATJXHVOaU), WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, INSTRUMENTS, Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Window Glass, Glassware, in oil. Paints, ground, colored, dry, d Linseed Oil, Neatsfoot Oil, Tanners' Oil, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Machine Oil, Turpentine, Camphene, Polar Oil, Burning Fluid, Furniture Varnish, Japan Varnish, Coach Varnish, Brushes, a large variety, Artist Materials, Perfumery, Alcohol, Gold Leaf, American, Brontes, Vermillion, French, Chinese, and MOTaT mBmiJIESe . With full nuortment of GRAEFBNBERO MEDICINES; In a word, t am new receiving a large assort ment of Ihe above, with a thousand other articles too numerous to mention, (purchased last winter in New York very low for cash,) in addiliou to my former stock, comprising one of the Largest aad Mail Cesaflela Attartmea.lt On this Coast I . W. WEATIIERKORD returns thanks for the liberal Datronaire hitherto received, and respect fully asks a continuance of the same, as he will sell at San Francisco prices. Dealers and consumers will nnd it to their advantage to call, as the goods must be aold to make room for more soon to arrive. PORTLAND, Oregon, May 99, 18S8. CROWELL'S Com pea a Extract at BartapartUa, al low Dock, aad loetae of Patatta 1 AN invaluable remedy fur impurities of the blood, scrofula, king's evil, erysipelas, salt rheum, eostiveneas, jaundice, dyspepsia, syphilitic symptoms, swelling of the glands, fever sores, pains in the bones, rheumatism, pimples on the face, neuralgia, and all chrouio and long atanding dis eases. This article, In Its strongest and most perfect form, oontaius all Ihe active and well-established medical properties of SanaparilU, Yellow Dock, and Iodide of Potaua, a combination uneoiialed in its curative and strengthening etTecta. Thou sands of certificates could be furnished of Its pow erful effects asnn excellent medicine. For aale by Dr. CROWELL & CO., Druggists, 131 Commercial St., San Francisco, and by W. WEATHERFORD, Portland, Oregon. mj29 ATTENTION, FARMERS ANDJERCHANTS! WE ARE NOW RECEIVING direct from tbe Eastern States the following aiticlea of MERCHANDISE, which we will sell ciiiaf fob cash at wholesale ajr retail: Thresher! and Reapers, Revolving hay and grain rakes, Hay presses, hay rakea, baud, Hay forks, scythes & snaths, Grapevine grain cradles, Grant's fire-fingered grain cradles, Straw dt hay cutting boxes, Grain scoops, sesmless sacks, Hoes, Ames' spades, No. 1, manure forks, potato hooks, X 8 steel plows, X li steel plows, Nue. 6 & 7 Peoria plowa, Extension cultivators, steel teeth, . Hunt's axes, with At without hdla, lliekox's cider mills, grindstones, grindstone hangings, cow bells, thermometer churns, self-seuling preserve jars horse brushes, horse cards, curry combs, - horse oovers, sheep shears, pruning knives, Sruning shears, red clover seed, ly blue grass seed, apple-parers & slicers, ox and log chaina, cable and trace do., ox bows, slap hinges, self-closing goto do., sheep bells, patent rat traps, sieves, wire for sieves, spun coltou, all sites, bark mills, tanners' tools, -carpentma' tools of every description, boring machines, with setts of augers, Fairbanks' platform scales, . carriage bands, wagon boxes, pipe ditto, iron axles, carriage springs, bolts & bands, children's carriages, doors, saeh,locke, latches, catches, butts, scrows, paints, oils, mill saws, cross-cut do., lime, plaster, trowels, paint brushes, shoe do., wheelbarrows, store trucks, steamboat do., clocks, coopers' tools, tress hoops, spring clothes pins, smiths' bellows, anvils, sorew plates, riveting hammers, smiths' do., breast drills, lever drills, horse-shoe nails, smiths' tongs, beeswax, rosin, India rubber bolting, do. packing, rope, nails, oakum, pitch, tar, spikes, and many other articles not hers mentioned. Remember all to as sold low ton cash. Better call and see us before purchasing else where. Wm. C. DEMENT dc Co., myl Opposite Land Office, Oregon City. Just Received, A LOT of superior BED BLANKETS and Stociino Yabn, from the Willamette Wool' ten Manufactory. my 1 W. C. DEMENT tc co. HERRING'S PATENT CUAMP10N riBE-PROOF SAFES, With Hall's Patent Powder-Proof Locks, the same that were awarded separate medals at the World's Fair, London, 1851, and the World's Fair, New York, 1853, and are the only American Safes that were awarded medals at Uie London World's Fair. THESE 8 Arts form the most perfect security against Fire and Burglars, of any safe ever offered the public, aad eaa only be had of the sub scribers and their agents ; who have on hand and make to order, all kinds of Boiler and Chilled Iron Bank Cheats and Vaults, Vaclt Dooas, & Money Bases, or Chests for Brokers, Jewelers, ft Private Families, for Plate, Diamonds, and ether valuables. Aad are also Patentees (by purchase) and manufacturers of Macs' rsTxrr rtaatrrATiosi babb lock. 8. C. HERRING Jr. CO., AV 351 Bnndww, cm. Murray it., N. Y. tT AGENTS E. FmoiBALa at Co., 6t W. G. Wbbdbll, an rrancttco, tval. 3ml TEMPLE OF HONOR. ToeiatiB Temple of Honor, No. I, meets oa tbe 1st aad 3d Sat urday eveningsof each mosta at 6J o'clock, at their Hall, Forest Grove, Oregon. Members of the Order in good standing are ib- rited to visit Hue Temple.' M- M. BrgXCEK, W. C. T. C.H. WALHB.W.R. 33 Caldroa Kettlei 0 F from sixteen to sixty pPoos, at .MILWAIN 5, J.C. AINIWOITH. WM. DIIRDOHfP, AIXIWORTII A DIERDORFF, WnOLSf ALU AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Boots Shoes, and Crockery, In ths new Firs-proof Brick Main srati-r, OREGON CIT7, O.T. 1T7M. DIERDORKF V CO. HAVE RE. VV moved to the NKW FIRE PROOF BRICK, next door to ths brick formerly owned by Holmes. Ths firm will bersaftar be known as AINSWORTH V DIERDORFF. AINSWORTHDIERDORFF. WE ARE NOW OPENING IN THS XVew rira-Troof Stick, LABOI AND WILL ASSOkTKD STOCC Of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Feeling perfectly securs sgaluit fire, we will now Offer Greater Inducements than ever to the public. We are constantly In receipt of selected with the grestest care (as te prices and quality), and are confident that our facilities will suable us Is offer and sell foods AT PORTLAND PRICES! (freights on), and would advise all those visiting this city to purchase goods, to examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. no have, aud are just receiving, an invoice 01 SKT-aOOOS oonsislinr In Dart of the following articles Coche- 00, Tsoifio, iladley, Conestego, Sprague, Philip Allen, Fall Bivor, Merrimao, Briggs, and numer ous oilier choice PRINTS, oil late styles 1 Eng. lish t: French merinos, Lysneee cloth, moliair and other Debate 1 braxe, wool, it muslin do laities, black, blue, nurule. Sl pink merinos, fancy plaids, jaconet, book, swiss, ct mull muslin, ladies cmb. sets, colters, hilkfs ac. skirts, areas x oonnei trim mings, French ot domestic ginghams, French lawns from 13) to 35c, blut, mixed, & grey sati net, wool dc cotton jeans, cotlonadc, 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, and crash, a large lot of linen and thread laces and edging, hosiery, dto. MEN'S $ BOYS' CLOTHING : Blue, black, and brown cloth coats ; 10 dox blk cloth vests, S dox whits and buff Marseillea do, velvet and satin do.; 30 dox satinet pants, doeskin and fancy cassimere do, 30 dot meriuo and cotton undershirts, grey, blue, . block cloth over coats, with a general assortment of gents' furnishing goods. BOOTS A SHOES Men's, boys', and youths' boots; ladies', misses', and childreua' mo rocco, goat, kid, and ealf Congress boots, with & without heels j Isdies' kid slippers. Rio and Java coffee, black and green tea, K O., China, Balavia Island, Cal. refined, and orushed sugar, East Boston, Cel., sugar house, and golden syrup; salt, 5 to 200 lb sks j 100 kgs nails, ass'd sixes) Hill's pals, chemical and English soap, snap powders, powder, snot, ana ieaa, yeasi pow der, aaleratus, cream tartar, smoking and chewing tobacco, green corn, pea; tomatoes, straw and blackberries, in 9 lb line ; spice, pepper, aud cassia, pearl barley, macaroni, vermicelli, corn starch, almonds, walnuts, Bratil nuts, rsisins, Chili peach ea, dried fruit mackerel, in qra hlf bbls, sardines. A fine assortment of CROCKERY d TABLE CUTLERY. 90 crates sssoried ware, 40 dox steel picks, 30 ' Dutch and Hdla hoes. White Lead, Oil, and Window Glass ; with a variety of other articles usually kept. . ST We will pay casu for wheat, flour, bacon, butter, eggs, and almost everything tha farmer has for sale. A. dc D. Oregon City, April 10, 1808. JUST RECEIVED, ths latest style of siuc a satin BONNETS, Leghorn St straw Dale. AlINSWUKlll 0? uicimuurr.- MCHOOL, BOOIkHl SCHOOL, BOOkVHM JOHN A. POST has, in addition tohia well aelected stock of SCHOOL . BOOKS, just received the following direct from the pub lishers: 230 dox. Senders' Series School Books, smong which will be found his primers; 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, Si 5th Young Ladies' and High School Readers ; also 95 dox. Thompson's Prac tical Arithmetic, 95 dox. Willson's U.S. History, school edition ; 25 dox. Psrley's Universal History, school edition i 90 dux. Intelligent Readers, 50 dox. slates, together with a large assortment of stationery, 02c., etc. oeno your oruers to uie CITY BOOK-STORE, and they will bo atteud ed to without delay. Aug. 28, 1858. OREGON HOUSE, CORNER Third and Water streets, li opposite tlie Kerry Lauding. fl l , OREGON CITY. J"'". The traveling public are respectfully invited lo give me a call. I lie UKI'.UUiN UU'unu, is me most pleas antly located hotel in the Territory, and has been so altered within the last few weeks as to make it ons of Ihe matt commodious Houses in ths Terri tory. The table will always be aupplied with the best that the Market allbrds. Good accommodations for ladies and families. Good stabling and feed for burses, with proper attendance. 3f The stage-coach to and from Salem slops at the Oregon House. raicis. Board and lodging, per week $7 00 Board, without lodging, per week ,. 0 Ul) Single meal 50 Night's lodging 50 J. BAHM, Ang. 8, 1857m6 Proprietor. IMPORTANT. THE WAR DEBT WILL BE PAID!! AND Clinrman dk Warner HAVE REMOVED lo their Brick Building on Afain St., formerly occupied by Wm. Holmes dc Co., where they srs prepared lo do busi acss on tbe same old plan. We have on hand a general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, dc Provisions, and every oilier thing the farmer wantr. April 10, 1858. Webater'a- Unabridged DICTIONARY Revised and enlarged edi tionfor sale at Ihe CITY BOOK STORE. (K BETS hollow augers, for wheelwrights, for tUJ sals by WM. C. DEMENT t co. 2000 SEAMLESS racks for rale by WM.C. DEMF.NT St co. YAMHILL TRADE. fJMlE new and fins slsmer XsartsasSj built expressly for the Yamhill trade, will leave CANEMAH eu Mondaya and Fridays for La rAVBTTB, and Wednesdsys for Davtob at 8 A. a). XVov.Vl.'M. u.E.rJWE.ilE.K,niBer. Notice to Shippers. OX and after this date, FREIGHT will be carried aa tha steamer BXJC by the rule of "Ship's Measurement" Nor. 31, '57. c. K. H w I.. 1 .r.ru C bar aoa u eV Warner HAVE ree d a large assortment of SHOES, embracing ehiMrea's sad ladies' shoes, and ;.nm Bnakm.aai Kaoleea 1 also gents' Boots and sboes, aad gaiters of all descriptions. ALSO, Cradles aad scythes, sosths, hoes, rakss, forks, spaoes, ano onmem. M ORRIS' Poetical Works for sale by 1. It. . ! E f D IARY aad Correspoodeaea of Amos Law. reaee for sale b v. rvrc, tt- OREGON CITY Wholeiale Prices Currant. n.v ntinne ! lial'US df. UklliriNKS. 8heeting,4-4 14'30pr.ct.ovr N. Y.cost Drilling 121' rrtomcx. Bleached drilling 13 Wheat, pr. bu fjl.Ci shirting, HsKjOuls lo C'd Striped do KJ Potatoes do 75 Tickiug I4sl Onions do (3(10 Deuins 12) Hour " Blus drilling.., KCarn Mssl, frssh 10 plsid linsey I6s24' rsi'iT. Satiuet 70aOO:AppUs,drird IGalS Kentucky jeans... 25a45l'eachea, dried S3 Tweeds 55a7Uj " dopenlid .i.ts. Chill, dried. 20aJ Blue and whits 13; raovi Blus andorangs 13. Pork, clear.. raovisioNs. none. ,..6:io in 3.1 .. 33 35 Fancy 8al2i " mess.. - . J 1 n. 1 r IT ma ' do. wlde.iaj Hscon M Am Isines 18s3li Butler Ginghams 1 5a22 Epgs . . nr.i'h BMiultaTBt. Table damask 50a7S;il'd, pr " .SIS . e 10 cloths OOOXM, -a Iriahlinena dO.l; ci.oti.ino. f- '" M?J Sheep gr.y pant. J2J.3 "ck Satinet do. .$ii3' l"'' ., v'rMV--l : TOii'kad; ioii...iS UibbVs. uwt v--. mn.m Redflan'l.hlrts l4al8! ej Blue do. do. eiSalKilaiiill., small -J lliue uo. . e,.u..;r- ( - M Hickory shirts Sa7. -a . Calico do fttfulIcmp............... 10.15 BOOTS St SHOItS. I , CANDLKS. Men's kip boot. SaJal Admautiue .. j. j oi Suerm ouauj A11. SAived KlJ "" Boy.' kip boo. ffiS he'vy w'x dol Ja3 O'tmnn 9 1 M.n.'brg'.pr.dox..17;Amer.c.n ...ft.0a-U Women', h'vy rti'a.l3:-; 3? fine do J15.I-ukes a ' oaoci.ix... ,,w,,,.'40 CofTeo 14.I.V81'""1 IV.. Tea (i0.75f-l'- Saleratu. lO.lb'X "w'"-a7J ,I';J, S,.r..h 1 JlTablcoullery, J- J " Sy,BpEB.n.....95! v.uon..; do. S Island ,o; v ' N O Molasses Ldv,n!,"' ,.. f hard Table salt aa.is Sandwich 1. Salt.. l,u'.i ; ,Wf!,c' ork SG n 11.1 M. ils.iiss dsites.P' t)u Cinnamon OOaHoS . uu t1ltoi Soap Ball LnP -'aS-t To Oregonlana in Bad Health. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO THE SICK! It i. .u.r.il Ia m.Im llir. hnt.ffard. sslluw. ca- datsrous faces snd wasted skeletou forms we meet! This is not confined tn the old, but we see me .i.U.l..utin aiirf thnss in the nriine of life. complain after being here some time of illness ; some grow unnaturally tat suaueuiy, oun-rs wwi. and grow nun tney cannot wow ii" their disease, yet they feel universally unwell, mentally and physically ; some have puiua aud weakness in Ihe breaat, limbs, or body; they feel a want of muscular and mental energy, t want of animation, and have fearful forebodings for the fu ture, poor appetite, nervous irritability, aud sleep, lessneaai their skiu ia dry.and oecaeioiially flushed and healed, tliiii, pallid, and yellow. , Now sudden deaths, lunacy, nnd universal de bility is too, too prevalent here and who wonders, when oombinrd with a elimate like this, a dry air impregnated with electriuity and galvauisinl Wo I .nu ..Km i.,.vM no .! throllirh siuklleSS. u' i.mi-j mi- ...... m . ' whose life is intemperate and debauched, or have seen others who have been nearly doctored In death by quack medicines, or by the advice of "The Faculty," who have Impregnated them wnn mercury, aaiomei, etc. , , . " For all such oases ia Dr. Jacob W.bber a Invig-....'.r...i;-l.. nmiiiA-imt M.nMeijltv sdnnlea. , uiui.ub uiimiiiMiiii"iw ' r 1 j r. inasmuch as the abovo cases aud symptoms did Dr. Webber minutely away in auapung ms oi, 1 ha Liriild liver, eieuta all billious matter from Ihe ayslem, causes sndailon, or free perspiratioinso necessary 10 iieauu;, pum, .J Il.n l.lnn.1 ni. atreilVtll tO tllO HlllllS and body, and ia positively infallible iu all nervoua diseases, trembling, or wakefulneas. There never woe a remedy which gave suoh de light to the sufferer aa this. The Agent enn, from n . . . . ... 1 ... hit own knowleilge of cures cnvcicn ny e..,,- : ..AA..i.nii.l lltnsnvnf the followim? ' UiOtl.lUUaiJ .. J diseases 1. Nervousness, weakaesa, lunguur, loss uf appetite, Bleep, or airengin, ironimuig, f""-i decay of Ihe uatural functions, pains in the head, limbs, or body. nenrulgic or theuiimtte.nnd it often restores those to health and strength whose consti tutions srs almost broken. Debility rxou pisbabk, climatb, DissmTiofi, ok oKSAitciiiar. Strengih.vivucily, nnd vigor lo the limbs, body, and mind, is given by Dr. Jacob Webber's Invigorating Cordial it sends an elec tric thrill of life through the worn-out body, weuk limb", aud broken-down oouslilutionsi gives an up- . Min.,.. .luHluttt.iii eutiiiMirrilullilitv. C;IIIHH quiet sleep, and Is indeed the finest lunlct, nervlno ami snnguilior, ever inaac. 11 is p-ireiy a veg-m- LI. ....n....n.l mnA Mi.lt KjI IIMil htf tllS IllOSt dsii- Ult, VUIIIM,1.IIU, v.-. - .... cule female. The reader is conscientiously ussui' d , It Is all It is represented. IT Iu quart bottles price jtf or two foi f 5. Wholesale Agent, T.JONES, 185 Montgom ery sL, Sun Francisco, to whom ull orders ran hi addressed. Feb. B7niJ . . Vine Teeth, Ualr, aaa Hktu, tat '15 cl. --Liifmit's West India Soap T.Mlh U'Kit is a su perb dentifrice, lathers In the month like soup, is delicious to the taste, whitens Ihe teeth, polishes (without injuring) the ensinul, purifies the breath, and by its lathering property cleanses the mouth, tongue, and thrust. ' For dressing and forcing the growth ofllie hair, Jones' Coral Hair Restorative. These are its qualities 1 It will force the hair to grow dark, atop its fulling out, oure scurf, or dandruff, dress llio hair beautifully dark, soft, silky. Price 95 St 00 cents per bottle. For curing eruptions, pimples, freckles, sunburn, I .unnH.I .bin lit hnmililnl il'etB lit Ul 11 , aim Hwwn-i-w -- - Jones' Italian Chemical Soap delight all whu uso it. It muxes tlie niosi course, ren, mm yt-nuw mu white and clear as a young child's. It is emollient and softening for infanta, and ia the best shaving soap mado. I'rico 95 cauls. Hold at the above pricea at every resuectubio drug store ill California and Oregon. Proprietor, T. JONES, 185 Montgomery at., San Francisco. ; New Arrangements. HAVING formed a copirtnorship with Da. POl'PLETON, reoeutly from Ohio, we am now prepared to praciics medicine upon a more extended scale than I have hitherto been able to do. I am also largely increasing the circulation of my medicines, and hops ere many months to supply all the important points in ths Territory. W.D. HUTCHINS. Lafayette, Juno 10,1858. M Land for lale. A HALF SECTION ol good us it is for sale, situated onClackamas.Sk. j-j S , miles N.E of Oregon City 40 aeresun-iJL A, ant fence, half of which ia under cultivation v with a young uacnsaD of about lStntees, some of which are bearing ; besides s small frams house and out-buildings. The property will be aold for cash, or traded for properly in OregoB Cily or Portland. For furllier parliculars.enquireof thesditorof Ihe Argus, oi'lf r. CARTER'S PULMONARY BALSAM just received by axracss at the OREGON CITY DRUG STORE. Msrch27. 1 858. CI HINGLES 100,000 for sale, by O CHARM AN f WARNER. rnoYS, of different kinds, for sale by J CIIARMAN it WARNER. 10 M ex. qsjilitf cigars. CIIARMAN cVWARNKB. ALL whs are Indebted to the firm of Ciiabman Sc Washbb are requested to call at their or aad settle by cash or note forthwith. CIIARMAN . WARNER. Oirtoa City, Feb. 8, IC3S.