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Tad lUHara V.iferlear.
The following from llic Printer' Ncwn
letter drawn a plcturo tlmt most folk will
readily piireciaUJ, whether tlu-j litve Imu
ny exeriunce In tho printing kuaiuiM or
Tlit fanner (top hi ox team b fr lb dour of
III printing office uf he naliv tuwn, ami, Willi In
whip swung over his shoulder, eslla no the tdli lo
pay tt-M yearly euoswipwuii. 9 as vuuur, pernaps
Wishing U draw out compliment, e.ks Imu how
be likes ha paper. Mis reply will be thai it ia 'lint
rata, only thuf Isn't qull anough ! about fnrnf
inf.' an J ae Ilia greeU-r portion af hi sub ! b. re
twlun 10 that riclabl class, ha advise him to
' read books that treat upon raising ealtia, roiuiias
(ul earn. II Uimka ha liaa sum el Hi o
bunks lo be found Bin ilia eubjeet of forming, and
kindly offer to lend Ihein, fur which ha Mtii
IheediUiretheiike. - '1'ba Mat nw.ninilba farmer a
arm ealia witb two bxiwl volumw ul an anri.uuu
est neuar nubhaheJ a doles veara axu, Willi cer
tain artiolaa marked for Ilia ediior Hi insert, one of
which recommen.la ary highly a plough palemed
AflMK Vatarn hifum.
Next com -a in a peinpnue ynung man who has
lean two or three pnxluoWHie in iwuwn id prim,
and whs liaa the must eialtad idea of hia 0 u ahil-
lliee, la trll lha editor, conrideutiall)', that ha doee
not publish original matter anoii(h In hia paper.
He ia eelielicd there ie nativ talent enough in liiwn
to fill two paper the tiie of In, every week, anil
la perfectly willing to do hie part of Ilia work.
Tho editor beg bun not to trouble b ineelf lo write
My more at preeent, ai ha baa already on hand
mora than a half bushel of original manuscript.
The young man lurua very rid, and g'vea vent to
hia anger by telling me editor 11a etraiu 10 pun
liab hie article!, aud have them conlrwled willi
Another young gentleman, of eludiiiue, literary
habile, but devoid uf worldly experience, dmt in
aud exnfcsac hia distaste fur all the ample or ex
citing etntiea uf the duy, and proiose lo the editor
that lie commence republieliing one of BVolt'e nov.
rle, lob continued weekly, mi l the neueof llie
day would, in hie opinion, make an excellent rain
A pretty, rnimnllo young Uty calls, wlw wishes
the editor would pr.nt m ire love stories auu more
poetry. She Ih like hie paper ia to dry.
Then cornea tbe sedate matter of-fecl man, who
would like lo hare all the llglil rending discarded,
and the p iper, if it would prove profitable to the
editor in 1 pecuniary point of view, and he tine no
doubt it would, filled Willi atdi.l, philosophical ill it
tor. He has long wished to av one pajicr devoted
exclusively lo the scirn.-es.
Neil follow the minister of lliu neighboring vil
lage, who expresses as genlly ae sibl, hieei.rr.iw
tlmt the ediior does not devote more spice to the
'one thing needful,' and proposes In wr'.le n few ar
ticles 011 religion, that w,ll not offend the muel lib
eral thinker. A few week after coinre an artie'e
of twenty inanuautipt pngee, defending the creed of
hie church, by an vhiboral nrginueni, rounded on
the teiu of the Scr'pturo, ami because the ediior
refuses to publish thia, the min'ster says he is op
poied to inculcating the dvctrinte of the llible
among hie reader.
The viiluge o:itici;in thiuke if h'e eolumiie were
devoted to p nines, list Circulation would double It
eelf in kw ttntn six moiuln.
Due old lady winhea lo know if it would be
much trouble for him to print hie piper a little
Conner, ae he fimla wimo d.fficu'ty in reading it
with her glnwee. Another wielira tho paper
wain't quite ao large, aa alie cannot find time lo
read all It eontame every week, while a third
th like it ought to be larger, no that the editor can
alTird ni'XO epm-e in pub!iiiiiig rrcei oa ujion
cooking and houkeepnig.
Wasiiisotox, March 8. Hon. Aaron
V. Ilroivn, IVst ui outer Gencrul, died to-dity
oft Tiuli'iit attark of iiictinioiiitt. He was
taken down gcvir.ri dnys ago, aud wus
thought to bo recovering:, hut this morning
lie had a reliipn, which, iu a few hours, re
sulted in his death. '
Tho President has njipointcd Joseph
Holt, tho present Commissioner of I'litcnts,
s Postmaster General in jilacc of Govern
or IJrown, deceased.
March 10. The Senate to-day confirmed
tho appointment of M. Vancleuve as U. S.
District Attorney for Washington Territory.
Andrew J. Tiinyer was also confirmed as
District Attvrney for Oregon.
G. W. G liaison, of Mixsissppi, has been
appointed Governor of Washington Terri
The Senate has confirmed all the treaties
recently negotiated with tho Wasliington
and Oregon Indians.
The Senato has confirmed tho appoiut
mcnt of G. W. Jones, formerly U. S. Sen
ator from Iowa, as our minister to Bogota.
Hon. Robert JIcLauc, of Maryland, hog
been appointed Minister to Mexico. He
Koos out with discretionary powers allowed
him of recognizing cither tho Mirnmon or
Jnarcz government, or of recognizing
March 4. The Tost Office appropria
tion bill contained an item of three millions
of dollars for the payment of deficiencies for
the present year, oud which wero absolutely
required to meet accumulated obligations.
With thii sum the Department could have
got along comfortably till the first of July,
Xo means can be available till the first
of A pril, when the proceeds for tlie quar
ter will be paid iu. After tho 31st of June
none of the incoming reuennc can bo ex
pended, as the present law will have ceased
Tlie land, as well as ocean service con
sequently tho wholo machinery of the De
partment is thus disastrously affected.
" ' T.arope.
Gkkat Britain. In the Hoiiac of Lords, on the
14th of February, tbe Earl of Malmebury, in re
ply to Lord WoJehouee, aaid ha would lay before
the House tbe recent correspondence with tbe Uni
ted Slates Government, respecting the right of
search. Ha thought Enjlnnd had exercised a wise
discretion in giving up that right, and he believed
that a coie of instructions which had been agreed
toby England and France, and had been submitted
to the United States for approval, Would be found
to work satisfactorily in repressing the slave-trade.
The Earl of Clarendon said the right of search
area a belligerent right, and could not be properly
exercised ia time of peace, lie trusted that the
Dew aoda of instructions would prove satisfactory;
but unices they were adopted by all the great mar
atime Powers, there would always be disputes and
Tbe Earl of Deity believed that the code of in
structions which had been submitted to the United
States would prevent future complications.
Fimcb Tbe cornspondentof Le Kord aaya
that all the e$rte made by England to induce
France and Austria to agree upon a common ground
for negotiation on the subject of Italy had failed.
The Paris correspondent of the Londoa Globe
ays that from Vincennes, Meu, and every arsenal
ia Franca,gnna and stores wero on the move fur
the Mediterranean and Lyons.
The Taria correspondent of the Londoa Daily
Newa sajs that the Emperor waa making prepara
t one of a nature to indicate that be intends to lake
the field in pervm, aa 1 that H ia certain he boms
with the ambition to command aa army In actual
The Ltind llrrald'a Paris eorreipondfnl con.
tlnurd to write very warlike letters. In hi Let ha
slate Out an Impression prevail. d (hat before the
sip latiou of two months lieatllitirs would brisk
JkjT After Mr. Prvscott had finished his
find (rreut work, to little was he Inspired
with fervid ambition, or anything I ke nn
Inordinate desiro for distinction, that he
raid to his futhcr that ho had had the grati
fication of writing the work, and that he
should place it on his shelf, and leave It for
thoMs who should come after him. Ho was
dissuaded from so doing, and was encour
aged to give it to the world by his father.
aVjr Tho number of animals now In use
In tho army ia stuted as follows by tho de
partment : 0,000 cavalry and artillery
horses; 257.0 horses iu the Quartermaster
Department; 13,80 mules; 45 camels, and
Mr The Jackson Monument at the
battle-ground, at New Orleans, has reached
tho height of seventy feet, and baa cost
IT Her. Jamas C. Richmond, Episcopal cler
g man, of Milwaukie, in a letter to Henry Ward
Needier, offers to meet him la Brooklyn, in oral
discuaa'on, to show that tlie " Congregational and
1'iaibyterian aystema are in a stale of eebism, and
therefore of sin against tbe Apostolie Church, or
the One HoJy of our Lord Jesus Cbfnt."
RiAsoNABLa CuaioeiTV in a Dviso Man. It
w.ia a br'glit thought, that of tm'lhson, founder of
the Smithsonian Institution, when he waa dying of
an unknown disease. Sinithsou had had five doc
tors, and they had beed unable to discover what
his complaint waa. At length they told (he patient
be must die. Calling them all around h m, he
said I " My friends, after I die, make a post mor
tem eiitm'nal'on and find out what ails me ; for
really, 1 have heard aueh long and learned tiacua-
sions on the eubjiolthal I am dying tu know what
tliedi-eaae is myself."
C2T Queen Victoria utterly snubbed ns in hit
speech to Parliament. If wc weru in the moon,
and Mr. Buchanan the man in it, she couldn't have
cut us in deader fashion. She came no nearer to
us thin Mexico, and we shall have to annex that
country soon, if we would be consideied aa having
any pirt in the royal rprech. r'hedora not even
acknowledge the President's an.inb'f witb to pre
serve the neutrality of the Atlantio Cnble.
fjT St ven years ago land could be bought
within eix, eight, and ten miles of St. Taut, Minne
sota, for ono di liar and twtnty-fivu eentsankerei
now it Is worth from one hundred to three hundred
dullurs per acre.
I'l.ir.s A German liaturaiist haa described fix
hundred apeciis of flies, which he haa collected
within a district of ten miles. Thirty thoueand
eiflerent kinds of injects, which prey Ujion wheat,
have been collected. This angg.a:a the multitu
dinous infinitude of Ihe whole tnl e.
C7 Hallam, the wjll-knewn historian, author
of the Middle Ag--a,' Ac. died lately in England,
fy The Jews of the United S:a:ei have It in
e litem; ktlio.i to establish a Ceneial Assemb'y, or
liornd of lie; resen a ivis, to take control of Jew
ish interests in thin eiun'ry.
Vakkeb Co iLnbio Tho greatest instance of
impudence on record is that of a Yankee, who in
an Italian ti y, slopped a religious procee'on, in
or.ier to !ie,ht his c:gar from one of the holy candles.
Ere the luncresion recovered from its astonishment
Ihe audactoee mnW had calmly disappeared.
Marriage, snys an enthusiastic votary of
Hymen, i a state of which it is unnecessary lo ile
scribe the happiness, for twn'reasons: fits , beca a. it
unu'd be superfluous to those who are in the enjoy
ment of ita blessing; and secondly, because it
would be impossib'e lo thone w ho lire not.
An EuiToa Tubnkd Phintsk. An ambitious
editor has been trying his hand at " selling type."
Hiseflnit appeared under his editorial head, a few
days since, and will be found klow. He will no
doubt be " one of them," some of these day a;
a P" l"r-
Tiia la our j;rt rff.rt t lyH settiuS. mo pre
suiua that il will stpiw t jt we can learn fuel it
are sELf-tAumiT loo!j We Mnnt n qelp ere
wlhAe il Jiifcjt v. it-out a8isTnncE! J.lie
drooj wil neep no coaacction 'Me don't intend to
1"H EA'f f l'a ! but we C il lei H(e pUiiitwS
auow ie nre 0113 01 r.11.
iAI.v aanut tue aiTof oriotiuSi Atllv its iusl
as eu4 as rol Liiifj ufj a loG.
OnnGos City Maoket. Wheat $lal. 10;
flour $6.50 to $7.50; potatoes 75; oats C2;
butter, fresh, 30c packed, 20c; bacou
15 to 16c; eggs 20c.
Oregoa Bible Society.
Noticsj. The annual meeting of the Oregon
Bible Society will be held at Forest Grove on the
11 III of May, 18.VJ, at 1(4 o'clock A. M. The sec
retaries of ihe county societies will p'eaao senJ
their annual reports to my address, Salem, Oregon,
without delay. Damkl Baoliv, Sec'y.
Oregoa Trael Hocleljr.
The eleventh annual meeting of the Oregon
Tract Society will be held at Forest Grove May IS,
at 10 o'clock a. at.
G. II. Atkinson, Sec'y.
Odd Fellows' Uelvbralloa.
The fortieth anniversary of the I. O. of O. F. in
the United Statis will he celebrated at the city of
Portland on the iiuih of Apr.l, lUb'J, by bamarium
Lodge No. 2, Oregon Lodge o. 3, and Columbia
Lodge No. 5.
I lie members of Uregon lvlge rso. 3 nre re
quested to meet at their hall in Uiegon City on Ihe
morning of the 2Clh at half put right o'clock, in
order lo be in readiness for the Jeuoie Llurk.
Brethren are requested to be prompt at Ihe hour.
All brothers of the UMer in good standing are
invited to participate with us in the joyous anni
versary. By order of Committee.
Tlie ladiea connected with the First Congrega
tional Church in Oregon City, take thia opportuni
ty to infirm the public that they have recently
vrganiied a Sewing Circle, for the purpose of aa
i:sung in defraying the expenses of tin church.
They are now ready to r. ce.ve work from gentle
men or ladies, which shall be promptly and neatly
executed on reasonable terms. Auy gentlemen
interested in the object may become honorary
members by paying an annual subscription of
$2.00. Any donations will be gratefully received.
March 36, 1859.
At the residence of the bride a father, March
29, 1859, by U. 8. Hayden, Eeq., Col. James P.
Goodall.of Yreka,Cal.,taMaa Mary Jane John
son, of Jackson county, Oregon.
At the Lmpqoa Academy, .Haren by !
Fitihugh, J. ., Mr. Wm. N. Wells to Miss Anna
Miller, daughter of Dr. Wm. Miller, all of Don-
gas county, Oregon.
At Portland Prices !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER,
Main Street, opposilo tho U.8. Hotel,
I MI' OUT Ell OF
"lOOK. Parlor, and Hoi gmves. Tin. Sheet
J Iron, anil Cupper, I'lauished and .(spanned
Hare, House-furnishing Hardware, Force aud
Lilt Hump Rubber Hose, Hydraulic Rama, Lead
I'tpe, Wheel Zinc, Cauldron Kettles, Ureas Ket
tles, hktllela and Hake Ovens, Cow He 111, Sauce
Pane, eVo., An.
Also, MANl'FACTURER, of Tin, Copper,
and Sheet Iron Ware, of every description.
Steamboat aud Jobbing work done at tha low
est rates. aplfiy
fpilERE will ba sold at pulilio vendue at the
JL lata residence of i. E. 'I'aylor, deceased, on
the 3d day ol MAY, I6j9,
all tha real eslala of aaid deceased, being one
hundred and sixty acres, it being Ihe south quar
ter of aaction eight (8), township four (4) south,
range two (!ij cal, bale lo begiu at IU o'clock
of said day,
Terms one third cash, six months' credit on
tho balance. WM. AtlMPUIEST.
April 16, 18.19.Iw3 Adm'r.
Zn Juitlee'i Court
State Oregon, County e Yimlkill, at.
TO FRANCIS CHASE; You are hereby no
tilied lhal a writ oi attachment haa been is
sued against you and your property attached, lo
satisfy ihe demand of Johnson Halle, amounting
to 0j(i.25. Now, unless you ahnll nppcar before
Harvey lligley, a Juntiee of the Peace in and f r
aaid county, at hia olliee in Pleusant Valley pre
cinct, on thellthday of June, 1859, judgment
will be rendered against yon and your property
sold lo pay the debt. Dated tho tith day of April,
IW9. JOHNSON HALLE,
CCOKGE C. ALLCt,
IK businets In Wall St. for the pant twenty-two
years, has removed to Mas. 419 Urond
wair, one dour below Canal at., where ba has
just opened a new stock of
Watches and Jewelry of entirely
new nnd beautiful styles ;
aim, SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
Ile la constantly receiving the latest uyles of
watches and jewelry by every steamer direct from
the nianutaclurera iu Europe.
Watches cleaned and repaired in lha best man
ner by Ihe fineat London and Geneva workmen.
GKUI1GE C. ALLKN, Importer of Watches
nnd Jewelry, and manufacturer of Jewelry, watch
casea, and silver ware, wholesale and retail, 4IS
Broadway, one door below Canal street, NEW
MR. POSTS SCHOOL
rTMIE subscriber will re-open his school on Mon
JL day, April I8.".f. Number limited lo 35.
Ao pupil received for line than one term. Only
those who will be willing to exert themselves lo
Tuition. 010 for a term of 11 weeks, payable
Board 82.SU or $1.2i per week.
JOHN D. POST,
Oregon City, April (1, 185 9. 62w3
I AM now carrying nn a Saddler't and Har
neea maker's fliop in this city, and have con
slanlly on bund the best of
Ready-made harness, saddles, bri
dles, halters, martingak
and everything in my line. I nm also ready lo
make to order anything in my line that may be
culled for, on a abort notice. My motto is, Make
a good article, and sell il cheap. I solicit patron
age at home and Iroin auroid.
My establishment ia nearly opposite Charman
r. it u a a ... it..:-
U6 1 aroera vm 01a.nu vu niaiu street.
J. SCII RAM.
Ordinance No. 38.
Ta Rrgulatt the Granting of Liquor License
Sao. I. Be il ordained by the City Council of
Oregon dry, I hat it ahull not be luwlul Tor any
person lo aell i-pirituous or malt liquors within the
city limits in less quantities than one quart, with
out tint obtaining license therefor in accordance
with the provisions of this ordinance.
Sec. 9. Any person desiring to procure license
to aell spirituous liquors, shall give public notice
that at the expiration of leu duya be will apply to
the City Collector therefor. Such notice shall be
in writii'g, and given by posting Ihe aame at
threw of the moat public placca in (lie corporate
Hiulla or the city.
Sec. 3. At the expiration of ten days from the
time of giving such notice such pel son shall present
to Ihe City Collector a petition aigned by a ma
jority of I ne legal voters of Ihe c-ity, such majority
lo be determined aa follows: If there be no re
monstrance against Ihe granting of such liceuse,
the names presented upou the petition shall be
deemed a majority ( but it a remonstrance be pre
sented nl the lime of presenting such petition, Ihe
applicant for license shall procure aa signers to hia
petition the names of an actual majority of voters
of Ihe city, lo be estjblishod to the satisfaction nf
the City Collector, within three days alter such
Sec. 4. Any applicant for license, who shall
comply with the two preceding aections, shall be
entitled to receive Ihe aame upon paying Ihe City
Collector the aum of two hundred dollars per an
num, or in the same proportion for a leas period ;
provided that no liceuse shall be giauted for a leas
period than six mouths.
Sac. 5. Every person applying for license aa
aforesaid, before receiving the same, shall execute
to Ihe City Council a bond in Ihe penal sum of five
hundred dollars, with two or more good sureties,
conditioned that he will keep an ordeily house ;
that he will not permit any unlawful giiniingnr riot
ous conduct in or about hia house ; that he wiil not
give, aell, or otherwise dispose of spirituous liquors
nn the first day of the week commonly called
Sunday ; and the violation of any of the conditions
of such bond shall subject Ihe offender lo a fine of
not less than twenty Der more than one hundred
dollurrs. lo bo recovered upon comprint before
the Mayor or Rtcorder; and if such perron shall
fail lo pay any such line assessed against him, and
the Costs, he shall be imprisoned one day for ev
ery two dollars thereof nulil it ia discharged ; and
any Violation of the conditions of such bnid shall
work a forfeiture of the license granted lo tho of
fender, and he shell be debarred from procuring
license for ax montlsl alter conviction of tho
Sac. 6. It ia hereby made tha special duly of
tha City Collector and Marshal to complain of all
persona viutiiting this ordinance.
Sec 7. The Cily Co. lector shall, at each term
of the District Court in the county of Clackamas,
return to Ihe Grand Jury thereof, the names of all
persona who nave obtained license of h m since the
preceding term of Court, and tha time of the ex
piration of any that may have been detei mined
during the vacation.
Sic- 0. I hia ordinance ta tax enecl on and
after iu publication.
Adopted by tbe City Council of Oregoa City,
April 7, 1H59.
W. C. Johnson, JCeeeraer. i
JUST received, the lofetf afyie of siu. a sar
in BONNET:, Leghorn and atraw lata.
AI3 WUKTM at IHEKITOKfT.
GEO. A. NORLE, A.M. & M.D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Offle A'KXT DOOR TO MR. CAV
IV X A I T H It BIIWII T.
y n. Family Medicine prepared in lha moat
careful manner, and always on hand.
Oregon City March M, 18.'.9m3
Clackamai Connty, Oregon.
TIIE second term of eleven weeks will com
uieuce on tho 2d Monday in April.
Rev. E. CAaTwaimiT, Principal, and Professor of
Mathematics and Nuturul Science.
Settlement must invariably be made in advance
for tuition, at Ihe following rateai
In 1st aud ii IteaJera, and Primary Arith., 11.00
' Pr. and Higher Arithmetics, English
Grammnr, Geography, Writing, &c , 6 00
' Higher Mathematics, Kal. Philosophy, and
Latin, $1.00 extra for each blanch.
No student will be allowed a seat for a less time
than half a term. Any one having paid, wishing
to vacate a seat Ihe laat half of tho term, will
have one half lha money refunded.
Indulgence in profanity, or Ihe ue of tobacco,
will be a bar rr condiliou against tha occupancy
Gratuitous instruction will he given to a class in
vocul music. Murch 3r), 1859-51
MRS. TAYLOR will open a 8ELECT
SCHOOL fur tho accommodation of a lim
ited number of pupils (say twenty-live) al her res
idence in this cily near the Seminary, ou Monday,
Pes. 38, 1859.
Tcane Primary and common English,
per term of eleven weeks $5.00
Tuition payable in advance.
Feb. 19, '59. CLARISSA E. TAYLOR.
"Y7"E have on hand a large assortment of
OF ALL KINDS,
embracing the following :
a large assortment, of the following kinds:
Nine 5 octave, piano-cased,
Two 5 do. do. double-reeded,
One 5 do. do. double batik,
One 6 do. ' do.
Two 5 do. portable.
T.(.ILBBItT & CO.'S CELEBRATED
besides a large assortment of
POST & WHITE,
Oregon Cily, A pi 9. At the City Book Store.
SINGING BOOKS !
Ncu) utc of 2iou :
JUST received, 100 copies of the New Lute
Feb. 2. JOHN A. POST A. co.
Iron for tale.
I HAVE bought all the IKON belonging to tho
firm of Allan, McKinlay 4 Co., and will con
tinue the business at their old stund for the pres
ent. Those wishing to purchase iron, will find it
to their interest to call on me.
Oregon City, Feb. 5, 1859. 4:
IN QUART BOTTLES.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
And for the Cam of
ficftovrLl, MatnctMAt. Dime ., STtmimMi tujRM,
KrlKCMATmM, C'CTANKOVt Km'fTtONII, DmPlfllA,
sLintR Con PtAiNT, Bronciiitii, Halt Knim,
CoNIL'HITlON, KEVF.R SoRM EnVRM'KLAJ,
Female Cowplaini. 1m or Arri-
TITtC, I'lKPLfA, UlLM, (flNKHAt
Etmt ft Tnlritttj yttr confirm tnd tptTMit firtlitr mI
wirier tli wellmfritNl rcpiuat.Mii uA 6-tv?4 p-ifaltrtiy
of thii in VMliinhli Mfdlitnc, provltiff It to le tU tnt
f tl'-gvcioiu rcmtvllii) Hiit know ft, fur th rtire nf nil f1t
uri artstnff from an tmp'ir ia't f the blM. Ai a mlli
penent, antWptle and tunfe, II ettnisilns the Mirm inmt
ntcfiil propeniea tt mHrfln. It nnrgtjn. ptirlfl. ntkI rt
ttorra, 'J' he rupl.Htjr with wlilnh the pailnt nouvera
HEALTH AND STRENGTH
oni.fr thii triple lii(.iien It mrtirtslnf Kacli new we In
win ten It ft applied funiUlte In tht result a new eertlflraia
of lit eieellenea : and wm have ntilf to point t the arCua
malatad UMtrnnnj; nf mnltHtirl who n.iva expetlencad
1 cfeeta, to convinea lnurclullt itlf of IU rai value.
Another Care of Scrofula.
TaoT, N Stpt 1. 18M.
Venn. A. IU tfc D. RArtna: Oi-ntlemen, f hart tnt
Mearlr three year Keen tnmhM with that drewlfiil ril
isjaf), Smifula; an mneh ao. aa tn ba nffentlva to my hna
hand and to mmllt an4 to obtain ivlief hara trlel arary
ktiid of medidno ibt rant undt-r my notlra, without
effeft One of my nelflibor. hn hud been itimd of a
ittnflar complaint by yttar rafarilia, adiiiaH rrta to
maka a trial of It, and I rn truly my Utat it bna done ma
a world of rood, hurln enrttpVUly enrexl mo. Iloplnf
that my avldnra muT indnra otheri tmtlarly afflietod to
adopt tha mom rtrtiMr. with tbe aame a4ltfjtory raaulta,
i remain araiefully yoar(
8 A lull A. J. rOHLMAlf.
Prepared and mid Ky A II. & I. Arfl, Wbola
aala lirnyrliu. No. .(ft Kait.rTi-treet, New Turk.
Foraala by PKWITT. KITTLK A (V.. ff. 40H"TVt
A Co.. and KKUlNftTOS Co.. Sn Kn.nHro: HWt
COKHN, M-rvvtlie : R. II. MrtxtNALli A C-f Aat
raawnto; and by lruf iu frnaraily.
Ooaplaia aa man of Aehiaa; Teeth.
Thess Tnsi fcaes been ettrn.ltelT ae4 br IbmiMiKts,
wb-mmi ieivties ha. peitvMl UtM lbs 4n.w1yM will flee
ttasM'llaie sn4 permanent relief after tlie fs. sea of eesry
ther renHNlf. Il sj nleautl la Ihe ts-te onA sinelt ami a
Sv sptleatMMM will entirely eemwvs fMtls nn sureaa
from s Wty4 bioth an tbst It mar be ilM and eeioarl
as ssafat aa avse. Wnen Uie pain pesia rente tbe ama,
ar fmn. ta rnma around a umtb spfrtei 'J snend, ism
Ajm wiiTfiee s taMdy rstssf oj rslbin( a Urn arses
a tbe pert aneeisi
PrsMrad sM mM by - . aaxom, Wbsle
ssla Dratrlsis, Ho. ln raiun-im, New Tork.
Pnrssle by nrwiTT. KITTTI! II. JOHrr"
Ce. M KKDINOTO!f o O. sn Frneiar: KK.'I
0rri5, Marrie.ll: K. 11. M' DoNALU as Cs Bso
nsssaw; aa4 by UnanrHs tnmHj.
fT Da. STEELE, of Ihe Oregoa City Drag
8lor agent let khese medicines. apQmJ
Hello Thcre !
CIIARMANA WAItNEIt '
HAVE an hand ona of tha largest and best
selected stocks of
in lb market witb a large lot of
consisting, In part, of Ihe following:
CflOO lbs 8. K. augar in hlf bbla, It iu D,
41100 crushed sugar,
SINK) ' snap, Hill's and Caalile,
IUn0 ' extra lea, gieen aud black,
WW Carolina rice,
fiOU gals syrup, 8. K. refined and E. Beaton,
51) doi ass'd spice, in glass,
60 . eaae guodt, ....
SO cans p'cklra, hlf gals,
SO ' pie fruil,
10 ' prunes,
- SO tuxes raisina walnuts aud alneads,
10 cases tobacco, ass'd,
120000 gun caps, G. D., and anti-corrosive,
SO gross matches,
1011 aka Liverpool salt,
300 labia flour,
Together with a general assortment of
BOOTS d) SHOES,
Crockery, Glassware, Hardware,
and a general assortment
&c., &c., &c.
Feb. 19. I8.MI.
T AND WARRANTS,
lj GOOD WHEAT,
CHARM AX & WMiNER.
SAXiT.The most extraordinary chemical dis
covery of modi'rn limes is lha Anliphlngialio
Salt. Il iids upon Ihe blood pieuisety in Ihe an me
manner as the vaccine matter operates in the pre
vention uf malignant diseases. Il cures only die
easea which are iallammalory in their nature.
First, iiiflummiiliou of Ihe head and throat, auuh
aa brain fever, fits, headache, neuralgia, erysipelas,
aud cilarrh- Second, cases of inflammation in
Ihe chest and abdomen, vil.: inflamed lungs aud
liver, pleurisy, dyspepsia, asthma, gravel, piles,
A-c. Third, inflammation of tho extremities and
akin, lo witt rheumatism, enrofula. uleors, scarlet
fever, venereal and cutaneous affections. This
chemical coinhiniilion ia an powerful and inslanta
neoua in ita effects, that Ihe dose ia only what will
adhere to a quill dipped In the Salt and held to the
tongue fur one minute. The most astounding ra
aulta have invariably followed ita use in the Allan
tie States, and thousands of leitimnnials ns lo ita
virtues can be furnished, if required. The pro
prietor asks not, however, for Faith, but ia willing
lo lei Ihe Salt abide by ita works, confident thai it
will never fuil. Il is put tip in draelun pnekagea,
price Two Dollars, and will be forwarded by mall,
post paid, to any pari of the country, iimn receipt
of that sum, addresaed to KEDINlj'I'ON fe CO.,
San Francisco. Full direction accompany each
pnekage. As soon as a sulhVient supply cull be oh
lained, it will be for sale by Druggists generally.
F. Cogjswell, M. D., dircoverer and proprietor.
Sole Agcnla Cor California and Oregon, R KDINCJ
TON 4. Co , Wholfsule Druggists, 8nn Francis
co. Da. A. II. STEELE Ag. ut lor Oregon Cily.
In all casra of Inflammatory Rheumatism,
whether acute or chrniiia, Ihe Aiitiphhi(istic Salt,
disttuvrred by Dr. F. Coggawell, of llnston, is a
sura and infallible result. In New England,
where thia disease ia very prevalent, th Halt haa
never been known lo fail in effecting a radical
cure, aud of giving permanent relief. Rheuma
tism is utmost invariably caused by inflammation
and colds, and Ihe peculiar effect of this medicine,
as its nemo (Antiphlogistic or Auli-inllnmniatory)
signifies, ia to reduce inflammation, and balance
tha circulation of the blood, aud rhe fluids of the
body. Il dors not profess to be a grand puuacea,
but ia calculated espres-ly fur all diseases sf an
inHainiiKitory nature, and is thus n perfect anli'ti
lute for blimd-leltlng in nil its forms. It is for sale
by all Druggists. Ueneral Agents, Rkbinutun cV
Co, Wholesale Druggists, Sun Francisco,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh.
Them dis.es.-rs, nnd others of a similar charac
ter, caused by colds and iiillamm ilinii, yield re.id
ily and certainly tu the effects of the Antiphlogis
tic Mall. It is peculiarly beneficial in all d .eases
f this nature, as they are invarihly caused by a
tendency of blood lo the heaud and throat, and
Ihe certain result of the use of this medical sail is
lo rednce inflammation and equalize the circula
tion nf Ihe flu'ds of Ihe h xly. Il is also remarka
bly efficacious in all iiifl.unalory diseases of th
chest and ubdom.'ii, such as l'ilcs, tiravel, Vene
real, Dyspepsia, 1'leiirisy, Ve. No belter evi
dence uf the value of this medicine call he given
Ihnn Ihe fuel that, although it is now two years
since it was first uflered to Ihe public, the discov
erer bus been able lo unswer but a small portion of
hia order, nnd it la only williin the last I wo
months that it could be obtained nt any price in
thia Stale. Fur sale try all lirug'iisis, (i-neral
Agents, Rkiiinoton & Co., Wholesale Dmgg sis,
Sail Francisco. Agent fur Oregon City, Da. A.
Ii. STEELE. 47m3
. Meat Market.
I HAVE formed a copartnership with JniiN
ErriNaxa (commencing this day), for the put
pose of continuing the humlier and market busi
ness at my old stand. We Will keep constantly on
hand Ihe beat
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, tc.,
lhal the country affords. We will also pty Ihe
MGIIES T MARKET CA Sli PRICE FOR
CATTLE, SHEEP, and HOGS.
We are permanently located, and intend to do
buaiuess in a way that will justify our friendr in
patronizing us. Come along, and lot us have
your regular custom. Il will nay you lo do so, and
no m stake. ALURIOH I1 &. Kl'PlNUEK.
Oregou City, March 17, 1 .-!.
"VTOTICb is hereby given that letters of ad
ii ministration have been granted to the under
signed by Ihe I'mbal court of Clackamas comity
lha eaiate ol rater K. Wilson, (lex-ease it, late ol
said county. All persons indebted tu said estate
are requested lo make immediate payment, and all
having claims against said estate are requested to
p'earnl them to me williin the lime prescribed by
law. EUNICE ANN WILSON,
March 19, 18i-4Uw.i Admx.
Za sTastice's Co art
Territory of Oregon, County of Linn,.
TO MIRKS GOLDSMITH, late firm at
Browusvil! in th aforesaid county t You
are hereby aoufied that a writ of attachment haa
been Issued against you, and your credits attached
t.' satisfy the demand of Henry II. Spaulding,
amounting to nine dollars, with interest and eonte
of ou t Now, unless you shall appear before Da
vid D. Cray, a Justice of the I'eaue in and for
said county, at hia office, on the 33d day of A pril,
18.(9, judgment will be rendered against you, and
your credits eullecled lo pay th debt. Dated
Uii 3d day af March, 1859.
I1E..MIY 11. orAULDIMU,
em, . ssi ...
assssi m uivsi
Jl Fieaidane, motioea, cuaoisL ctr, almeuda
mrk eassly, etc , at
Dee. 18. C HA KM AN 4 MeKINNEl 8.
CASH paid tor LAND WARRANTS, by
U9LLAND H DAY.
NOW receiving ex clipper shisj Archer and
It. .hill Hood, aud sum to arrive by clippers
Ucean Telegraph, Neptune's F.ivorile, Challenger,
Wiiard, aud Lookout, direct fruin New York, lb
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
PJlIJmTS $ OILS,
Ever Imported to Oregon!
purchased fur cash, comprising a full assortment of
(direct from the manufacturers) including very
article usually fuund in a drug store,
(French nud American,)
(Ground, Dry, and in Oil, of ev
Itcd & White Lead,
Faint and Varnish Brushes,
Conch, Japan, Black & Furniture
1 a r n i s h c s,
Boiled nnd ltaw Linseed Oil,
Burning Fluid (a superior article)
Lard, Sperm, Tolar, fc Machine
X 9 M- 9 -4 MS a)
Fine brandies & wines
for medicinal purposes;
Family Medicines ;
Gracfenhcrg Manual of Health,
besides many other ai ticks too numerous to men
Thankful fur put favnrs, nnd snlieiling a con
tlnuance of the same, I respectfully inviie dealera
to call aud examine my stuck, and judge for them
selves as to quality and prices.
My arrangements for direct imitation from
dealers and inaiiufucturera in the Knt are such
that enable me to aell gou la cheaper than any
other house on the northern cuasL
Sales-room, Front street, oppo
site Upper Wharf.
PORTLAND, O. T., March I.', IsiU. jel
IOU 8ALR, 420 acres, adj lining Xnrth
. Halenl. Will he solil iu Iweuly-tive, lifiy,
aud one hundred aere lots, or as iiiuy lie -it suit
buyers. Inquire further nf the undersigned, or ul
"The ProhKilivH Union" store, Salem.
March III, .T,!l,n SAM'L I'HNTEX
Administrator's No tic o.
NOTIl K is herehy uivou lint lellen of a I
inluislraliiiii have heitn grnuied to the under.
signed hy the I'nuYtte court of I'luck.iiu ir enmity
un the estate of S. It. Ogleshy, deceased, lite uf
said county. All persons indented tu sii.l eshite
are requested lp make iiiiineiliule piyment, and nil
having claims against said estate are it iirned In
present llioiu tu mo nithin the lium proscrihed by
law. M. M. UWKN, Aimr.
.March 19, IS.'iJ. dllw.l
Salo of School Lands.
)Y nnlarnl Ihe Hoard ol t'ouuiy lyiimmissioiv
1) ers fur Yamhill county, I w II n'X t fur aile tu
the highest bidder nt the ('iiiirt House iu l.iifny
elln, on thu FiaST AlDNDVY of April next,
all the Common School l.un.ls (nf vrhieh n lie
a.'rip:ion cun be obtsiued from the Land l)llii-e)
lyiiiK in auid county. Sale willl be between th
hours of len a ,M. mid four r. M .,aud continue from
d.iy to duy until all is ollered.
TasHa One third cash in hand, tho re.
niainiii(f two thirds lo be paid ill two years, i'ur
chasera will be required to (rive their notes with
approved teuuriiy drawing tru per cent, interest
GEO. W. F.I.MEP.,
Hup't uf Cum. Schools.
Feb. R, IfiflD. 4tlw6
For Sale at the CI1 Y BOOK STORE
rpiIK fulluwing works
J Magic Staff, by A. J. Dnvis;
(ireat Iron Wheel, hy J. It. (iravea ;
l)red,in 3 vols., hy Harriet lleeelier Ktowe
The lloint' C'yrlope.lias,
of lbs World's Progress,
" " Useful Arte,
',' l-iue Arts and Literature,
11 Itiography, A-r. Oct 3.
CYCLOPKOIA of Modern Travel, and
Hwan'a Three Yeara' itesidenee ou llic North
West coaal for aide at the
, CITY BOOK STOKE.
O ANDH' Sarsaparilla.in anyiiiautity,at lb
O ouk(;on tiTk' bnvo stouk.
EW LOT, just received. anU lor sale hy
ID( 14 1 HU.1. JOII.SII..
To llie AMIIt'li'd.
Dft. IITC11IX.S, CELEUItATKD HAL.
earn of Wild C'herrv. vriib a variety of hia
other popular Bntunical Nnlicinrt, are now for
aleatCII ARLKS POPH'S, Orrfon City, and
alJOSKPIl BAIWTOWS, Canemah. 47y
OTHINU TO WEAR, and
Nothinc to Savt
Husband versus Wife; at
OREGON CITY BOOK STORE
Sano'e Arctic Expedition,
RUSSfc.LL'3 CRIMEAN WAR, and other
inieresting works, for sale al Ihe
deoM CITY HOOK STORE.