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Fuw-The ext-ciitioii of .Mom,
tifed Harper, la 1'olk comity, will
.Contract bave been mmlo to enrry
U,, mill wrcei''"
.v li f ntralls. Kn.. nff'iit ofTrncy
4 Co.' Vxprcn lo tliiscity, bai our tlmiiU
ptntra In advance oi i
. .... w Market. Wlicilt. 10
51; butter, Te; Iw--oh. 1 2al5c; ggg. 3
mala Republic-" f.veUe.
i Rut Republican Convention will meet il
IL fit oa TburwUy. I'Jili day of April uexl,
5 ifV Kitn! i ve in Congress, nd for Hi
JJaiioB of wch olhr bu.iuea a may eom be
a. ill convention.
ThTlUpubli"'" of the vral count: and ill
' Lin ih urescnt administration, and
tnU,nt to co-operate wiih Ihem in "porl ofths
didat who n" ,nere n""l"",lt''' w,l
ned to llio present reckleand pnsjrr ptite
oftho elld Democracy of Orig.u, !!
rTT.f.rof a l'acifia Railroad, and in lawrofa
ill 11 . . . . I ..l- ... I....I...I
Hid from each county lu wtiJ eoiivouliou di legulet
"f1'!', n...V,.m,i.V Clutson l.Cons t. Cur
, Celum'bii I, Dougla 0, Jackon6, Jo phue
7 1 !. I Lsn 7, Multnomuh 7, Miiriua l, Pulk 4,
4,,inn.i iil.l j IV... O
Tb " rrrmwntalion I based upin the pop.
alsrwleuf Ihe lout rloelion. allvwiiiff on delcgeie
; k..,mtv eulinir 150 vole or leas, aud one
very additional 140 vol. Kr fractional
port, HCeeillMg '"') "" n"J '
Hmhk.Ii wHiniy w on additional delegate. A full
Wtltnlioa i requeued.
Hv ardcr of ibe Slate Central Commitli-e,
D) II. W. COKBE1T.
Portland, March lit, lbO'O. Cbuiniun.
.raubllcan I'.oamy l.ouveullna.
. Tli.. Reoublicans of Marion county are requested
It ntat llio court boux iiiAile n, on Saturday,
ll7tK April, l II ookwk, ior uie pnrpim, ui
aom atin eoumy ticket for officii of Million
minlf, l" "I'l10'"' Hrlrjatoa to Ilia Slate eon
Trntion lu be IipM ill Ku City, on llio lillli ol
April, for lh pnrpnoo f uniintiiij( fimliilutv
Ik lh ut Conre.-t ud lines I'rra ilt'iitiul
TIk tali) of rrprerntution la ons Orlrgite lo
tnrj 1 50 roteaeajt ill tha luat elei'lion, ami one
fortt ry fraction over eighty. M..riou comity ia
plilletl lu D ne dolrijaUa.
Chairman County Ciiiiitlire.
Silent, SfarchUt, 1HC0.
T lae RrpubllraoaoC Yiutall County,
Tlia un lerai'iic.l, wiili'u to prom le the liar
monyinjiucccrtol'llle Iti-publicaii cause in Yam
hill county, appointed al'oininillce iueucli precinct
tocrtimltw.tli the Itepulilicana to vthul ciuiife
alM.nlJ be puraueil pripnuMry tu the cotuinaf onn-
Aci-or.liirgly a iiit'i'tinu w is held in Lifiiy
ultoo Srtlurlay, ilia lllh iuatiint. reprvwiili d by
rrfii pree ncu, and after duo deliberation it wua
thought beat to mivt III tliu uaual ('nuuly Conven
ln, by precinct delegnt onj ttiut llie poular vote
b tikaii aa a buna of rrprvaeutiiti.ni, und tint the
ritit be one delegate foraveiy twenty votra. The
Kepublii'HU in the varinua prtcincta are eMrnea ly
nqiwiiiii to Imld their primary nieolina on finlur
dir, March 24ili, at Ijo'chwk M., and elect dele
ptnto rrnet in County Convention, nt the Court
lliHite in Lnfayette,on8aturd;iy, Mur. h 8nl,t I
'clock r. M. John V. Cowij, Ch'ii,
Uko. Wooim, Sec'y,
Yuinhill Co. Cum.
DjprpU, Vever ad Ague, lnlsettnn.
Sour Stomach, Heart Utii n, Wuier lirnh, Uil
liownwi, Liver Cuiiipluini, Acidity, Klutuleucy,
Jaundice, Change rf Climate, rick lleadiu lie,
1Mof Appeiite, Frnoilu Complain:, Cppres-ticii
alter tat ug. General Debility. Alc, tire rupiilly, el'
freiuilly un l mirely cured by ihe OWUIiX
Mukklvxnb IIm.i., Ca!., )
June Iti, IS.rR.
Harinj uff, rod for fifteen yeara with Dyapepi'a
la iu 'oi it form, and having conaultcd Willi the
Ik it I'liyfli ian, and trie.l everything rucommendnl
wilhnui relief, I waa induced to try tha OXYUK
KATKI) HI TTKKS, mid beloro 1 had taken one
boille. I found mynslf niwcli belter, an I continued
Uk n ihem, until 1 wna entirely eureil, mid now
mjuy u (f,,J health un ever I did in my l.fe. 1
tike great pleasure in recommending them lo all
Khoaretimilarly iltlicted. Jamrs Lonuuiiork.
The OXYOENATED BITTERS are rold in
Uiamitby Re.linuliin ct Co., Henry Julinaonjc
''e,l'hrlea Morrill, San Froneiacu; K. II. Alt
Innlt Si Co., .Sacrumoiito ; Kice, Collin &. Co.,
M'r)vill.; Smith &. Lluvia, I'ortliinJ.C.egorl.
t Sais' araprna. Thia purely vegel.ihle
idy nnniuiaei ia ileelf the prep, rtiei of an An
tie, a mild catliartic, aud a louiu. It ijuick
lymnovei from the blood, and othor Holds of the
body, the impnritiea of unhealthy eoo.reiioue which
""tender and feed dieac, itiua alriking l the
rilH llf tlie maladlV AllllfUl. rl, r(l,l o nffien
iinityba taken at ilf time with perfect
"ml itcontaina no Hiwerful diaado drug to
rbilitate the yatem,r miucril poison to ruin
'Preoiirfd nnA I... a li . n cwna inn
Fulton it , New York. Prico $1 per bottle, or
CT Read the advertisement in another column.
ly Da. STEELE, Oregon City, and by
x. o. o. r.
Divhau T nr.. i .1. fr..ii
Muuun WOi tl hi oe lb bi meir iiau ntor-
lyoppwitt ihe bind OlTice, on Mou.lny evening of
-- -ma. uremren in good standing are invited
Joitltnd. R. C. CUAWFOUU, N. 0.
iuoaCuAanAX, Uee. Sec'y. 30
Multnomah Lodge No. 1,
P. & A. M., hold ita atated communica
At liona in the Son of Temperance Hull, on
" Saturday preceding the Full Moon in each
ooth. Brethren in good atandin" are invited
Craio, Sec'y. 13
ft OLD IE RS, TEAMSTERS, SAILORS,
v (or rketr aidox, or ernAan children,)
jo ierred in any war or battle: either iu Cali.
t?.'Utwhfr' prior toMnreh 3d, 1S55. or
""Mm Kko were under 21 year at thut
la' V"lo,, ho,erveo on the coa.t n Cnlifor-
' ' the Mciican war, will do well toaddrea u.
' have been rejected in the handa of
J" "Wat, have been auccesafully obtained by
tvV ,c,in8 for u. liberally paid. Und
bonght and told to order, and all buai
,, "J01""! "gent at Washington, atiended
CUi D LLYi &. CO., Attorney for
to,,,',Jn'IOI. Bounty Und, Reference
headi uf Department. 48wl0
rTlonrJaii"" Hurlim hM bl
10 ... .1.. IT 8. Semite from
U'K.E at hereby (riven thit Clark Roger,
lut"t ,he'""oof .1. B. Roger., lata
kn iil i J' !0"l"y S,,e of Oregon, decaaeed,
fa, , "ecoont foe final Mttlement, and the
aiu 1 '1 April Dext PT-ointed for the e.
atn l!L , ,'j,"n" of tha aauia at the
" ' Ufajette in taid county.
AJi"" io,'0,", Ihe mbKriber by book
n vTVy wo.ow'ed u make aelilemenl by
"berk. jL ls60 or In. me will r into
Hm.. " U eohection. tlT A Humhur ia
Va.b,r.b. 10,lfjo. 4jBl
Tor Purifying the Bloud,
ANU FOR TIU CVRI OP
RorofuU, Morrrnriul I)icei, Klieutnitinn,
uutaneuui f.riiitiii, otuhlxira ulcra,
Livreonijaiiit, Hvaptiia, llroncbitie,
Sail Kheum, Lii'iibaon, Whit Sel.
iti!, lli Iti.cmo, l'jilmjrvinciit of
tha HuticaNtiii J linn, l'oor
Surra, i'Vintlg Cum.
Uuiietiil I, bi.
Il lino lung been a m.wt lni.rtanl de.iderilum
In llieprocl.ee of medicine, lo obtain a remedy
- vcuniingijr WJ r.ntl il rexirled
louhinail un.vi-rMlly in all How, Uimeiiiiug dit.
eawaof the kin to trying lu Ihv hulleocj.aod in
jur ioui lo ihe lio.illh. h ui a tome, .ik .l.oi. ,l
dioifeclant. i aula tiimilluneuuly Uu the
-....., mm irati i.atiox, ami Ilia towKU, and
thu. ,ree prnceaea, which are ordinarily the rc
nil of mae dill'ervnt knoUuf inedici m-, are ear.
nen on at Ihu aume lime through the in.lruimn
tu lily of Tina onu remedial agent. It treat
merit ia thai it merta and nmtralitet the active
priucip'a of diKBae itwlf, and when that ia ffOIIA.
the eyiiipt ueceMwrily diwpimir. Tli ra-
piuuy Willi wnicli Ihe ,4liriit racovera health and
alrenglli under Ihl Inple iulluciice it turpriaiug.
Lix Cii-r, Oregon Ter., J
March II. IB..j. (
New Yolk: (ien
lleiuen. lu the piing of B.,3, while ouuuraay
from Indiuua lo thia place, our eld.-at bov waa
aeixed with aawrlling aud arvera piiua in thelega
noun raj I,, uuy grew won, until mat legu con
Iracied. and became mi painful thai he could net
Walk, and we had lu cur.y him about Ilka an in
fant. We reached Alhuoy on Ihe 3d of October,
completely worn out by faliuue. ty thia lime,
ha waa reduced hi a perfect tke'rlon. Ilera we
were maided lo consult a phyaiciau (Dr. Hill),
who hoiienlly roufeued ha could lint erne him, al
though he could givu li.m medicine Unit would re
heve Ihe puiu. lu thia eiiniey wiiiethiug imwl
be done, or death waa inevitable. Iteing recom
mended to try )our hurMiparilla, I procured a bill.
lie. After Inkii'i aume, be apiwured worw: but
ierteermi; with it, 1 obtained a tecond buttle,
which aeemed lo (.-rapplo with the di.ease, aud
tttu.ed a uiurked iliipruveiiieul : the awelbug and
pain in Ihe leg were reduced, lib appotitu im
proved, aud In color lieg iu lo return. Thua en
courage,!, 1 purcliancd a third bottle t while tak
ill!! it the awelhnga iu Ilia leg broke, and tome
piece of bone one eighth ot nu inch lung came
out, alter which hi leg tlruiglitnird and healed
up. He ia now perfectly ncovered haa no ap
pearance ol being a cripple, ami call perform
luoal kiuda uf coiiiiiiuii lalair, aa all our ue irhbora
can certify. Your, rwpecll'ully,
Prepared and wild by A. li. & O. SANDS.
Wholesale Drufgtla, IUU Fulluuttrect, corner of
William, New Yoik.
Sold uU by II. JOHNSON' h Co.. San Fran.
eiocat HICK tc COrr'IN, MtryniHn It. II.
,Mi:l)U..LI it CO., Sacramento and by
lli iiiigiel gener.illy.
Uk. hi LELK, Ag 111, Otrgon C.ly. jl4ui3
XX J E A R E NOW OPENING
M IN Til
Slew Fira-rroof Brick,
A I.AKGF. AND WKI.L-ASSOKTKD STOCK OF
G USER A L MERCHANDISE.
Feeling perfectly tec u re agaimt fire, w will now
Offer Greater Inducements lhin ever
to the public. We are conntanlly in receipt of
selecled wilh the greateal rare (as to price and
quality), and are confident that our fucilitie will
enable ua to o.l'er and tell guodt
AT PORTLAND PMCES !
(freight on), and would advise nil those visiting
thia city In purchase coo !, to examine our ttock
and price before purch.itiiig elsewhere.
s have, and are jul receiving, an invoice of
cnnsialing in pnrtof Ihe following arliclea Coche
co, Pacific, Dudley, Couesteiro, Sprnguc, Philip
Allen, I' nil Kiver, Merrinme, IJriggs.niid liiimcr-
out oilier choice PRINTS, all Inlettijlet; Eng
lish i: French merinos. Lvonese clolh, mohair and
oilier Debute; bia.e, wool, ii. muslin do luinea,
black, blue, nuriile, & pink incriiine, fancy pluids,
j.icuiiel, book, awitw, & mull muslin, ludica ctnb.
acts, collars, hilkfa &. skirls, dress ,V bonnet trim
mings, I' reach it domeslio gingliuum, riench
luwna from ll!J to 3.1?, blue, mixed, & grey sati
net, wool & coilon jeans, cottoiuide, bleached and
brown sheeting from 3-4 to 111-4 wide, brown and
blenched drills, denim, hickory shining; Silesia,
marine, brown, and Irish linen, nunkeeu, diaper,
audi cru!i 'uri-,! 'ul ''"c" ""cud luces
;d eilomg, hosiery, &.
MEN'S 4- BOYS' CLOTHING:
Illue, black, and brntvu cloth coats ; 10 do ulk
cloth vests, b dux while and bull' Marseilles do.,
velvet and lutia do.; 30 doz satinet pauls, doeskin
and fancy casaimcre do, 3(1 doz merino and cotton
undershirts, grey, blue, 4, black cloth over coat,
with a gcueral assortment of gents' furuishiug
BOOTS d SHOES. Men', boys', aud
youth' boots; ladie', misses', and ehildreu' mo
rocco, goat, kid, and calf Congress boots, with &
without heels; ladies' kid slipper.
Rio and Juva coffee, black and green tea, N. O.,
China, Batuvia Islund, Cal. refined, and crushed
sugar, E. Buston, Cal., sugar-house, a. golden syr
up, salt, 5 to 300 lb sks; 1 00 kg nails, usmI sizes;
Hill's pale, chemical, t English soap, aoap pow
ders, powder, shot, lead; yeast wwder, nulera
tus, cream tartur, siiiok nu; t chewing tobacco,
green earn, pea, tomaloet, ttraa and llaekber
riet, in 2 lb tin; spice, pepper, and cassia, pearl
barley, maccaroui, vermicelli, corn starch, alm
oude, walnuts, liruzil nuts, raisins. Chili peaches,
dried fruit; mackerel, iu qr k hlf bbls; sardine.
A fine assorlment of
CROCKERY 4- TABLE CUTLERY :
SO crates assorted ware,
40 doz steel picks,
20 Dutch a Hdla hoea.
White Lend, Oil, and Window Glass;
with a variety of other arliclea usually kept.
CT We w'ill pay CAeii for wheal, flour, bacon,
butter, esgs, aud almost everything the farmer
hua to sell.
Oregon City, April 1C, 1858.
' JCST RECEIVED,
NEW SUPPLY OF
Clioice Young Ilyson Tea,
Chemical Olive Soap,
Form!, CHEAP IOR CASH, at
Feb. 4. lfiCfl. Oregon City.
N ASSORTMENT OF SCHOOL AND
For.aleat CHS. POPE'S Orrgoa Cify
CHEAP FOR. CASH.
ETCall and examine them Feb. 4. 1SC0.
rt'dT received, the fal fy' of IL a T
I im BONNETS, UehorF and straw lli'i.
AINSW'C'RTH oi DIERDORFF.
Third & Last Appeal.
WE hereby gir notice thai all accounts iu
our book not aeiiltd by ean or not by
!. I, INOO, will In, rn ia aa officer hand fur
cohVeiion. CIIAItMA.N WARNER.
Oregon Cily, Jan. 7,loti0, 3U
Oil EG ON CITY
ia m m--rm. mv -w.
FUAXCIH I). IIODUHON, A. M, I'inuiml,
aaaitUd by competent teacher.
'JIIE 2d quarter II commence No. 21, 18J9.
'Illia llitllluliun nit. t.n r. il.. ......
. i .... uu 1 1 n
superior lo any tclnad In the vicinity. It is sup-
on, wiui urn u u maM, pliiua,phicl and chein
;.il apinratua. It ia Uo furirtshed wilh a good
ibiio nd a w. l!-eleuled Library. Hlud" nit
ill b advanced a fail a their vucitie will
diiin, and no faster. No student will be admit
fd fur m (Mfiibl ili.ii k.ir . ......... j
- , . ...... . h.ii, niim IK
duotnr.1 i no U madv for aUeuces, eaeept in
case of extreme illueaa,
Yuunv Itli-n fl.ain.IM nt I.....II ... ll.....u....
- . ..... - - -i ... i u i . i k ,it iiin-i,r.
can b aocoimnudaled with rooina iu the Seminary
N II V.,.II : :o i.. .,
- -j--i ,icu "ii win ue pii una
quarUr to Penmanship. This deparlmeut will be
under Ihe direction of superior penman. In
.miction will be given grant lo ihe memhorauf
Ihe school. Nov. S, I8M.ii3
" KIR PRISE,
'TTTIIEN tha ataga of wuter permit, one of
II lliiiB) rl will leave CANr.MAU for
(OltV.M.LIS TWICE A WEEK. For
hCf.E.NK VTY once a week. Tha publie
will be advised uf Hie regular daye for tiarting.
ST More boat will be run if the busiuea de
Freight and panatiga at naual rale.
Til El). WYUANT,
Oregon City, Nov. 1, loVdJ-nrS Agent.
THE A'EXV YORK KEllOSESE OIL CO.
B WOITVCK thsl. liNv'ni tiinilii i.mI Im.
A prnvcmentB in the manufacture of Keroseue,
they are now enabled lo offer it In Ihu Trade at
A REDUCED PRICE.
Theutlenlion of cnnsimiers is respectfully called
to Ihe unjoined table, ihe result of a photometricul
examiiHitioii, by Eu'n N. Kknt, of New
1 oik, Chemist, and duted reu. 3, lij.iti.
? ' r ? :
o. : ; . . :
s 5L ".
3: : i 2 5
Ct 10 . t 13 X
Ii tti.thcf Light.
(Quantity of Light
from an equal
measure of Oil.
Pile or Ihe Oil
S f 5 ri S r?
a - -o
O -I 3 T -
e t 5 ; ;i c
Cost of an equal
amount of Li''hL
Reliable order from the Trade, by Mall or Tel
egrujdi, tilled, ou application lo
AUSTKXS, A gent t,
93 Petri St., New York.
KEROSENE is also to be obtained at the Man
lecturers' prices, of nil the New York Wholesale
Drugg sls, Grocers, Camphciie and Burning Fluid
Manufacturers and Dealers in Umpa.
JV. IS. K EROS EN E it the trade mark tftht
Kcrotent Oil Co., ami all pcreunt art cautioned
agnintt using the taid trade mark for other oilt.
Ucceuiiier 17th, IHM. 3b:in3
D. D. STEPHENSON,
DENTIST, has removed his office to the
City Book Store,
where he is prepared lo do all work in his line.
He has also an assorlment of Patent Medi-
cinet, which can be had at Portland prices, and
uenitjrue, that ha will warrant not to injure Ilia
leeih, but make tho breath sweet and keep the
gums in a healthy condition. Those who deal in
thai hue are invited to cull and examine for them
selves. He will shortly have
Fancy Soapt and Perfumery,
and a rious oilier notions that are so much need
ed fcf.rA. Oregon CtVw. Jan. SI. 1SG0.
(UTI o'llMIA 11 fAINTER)
Type, Tresses, Printing Material,
jind Printer'1 Stock generally,
133 Clay street, near Sausome,
45yl San Fsa.nciico.
NOTICE is hereby given thai Joseph Church,
administrator of Ihe estate of N. J. Lamb,
late of Clackamas couuty, State of Oregon, de
ceased, ha filed hia accouula for final aelllement,
and the first Monday in April next is appointed for
the examination and adjustment of the samo at
the court-house in Oregon City in taid county.
March .1, 1860-4Tw4 County Judge.
W!l. FAIXKXEK V SOX,
TYPE, PREHHES, AXD PIUST130.
123 Saneome street, corner of Merchant,
O Printers are invited lo make eur acquaint
SAMUEL T. DUZAN,
House C arpente r,
JoLber and Turner.
SHOP orer ROSSI d Co.' FOUNDRY.
P ATRONAGE OF OREGON CITY AND
neighborhood respectfully solicited.
Oregon City, Jan.2i, 1800. 41tf
Smut in Wheat.
TO THE FARMERS OP OREGON i
YOU that have SMUT in wheat, will find i
much to your advantage lo thresh you
wheat teor or after it kat gone through a neett
a a great deal of ihe smut will be prevented from
getting ou the grsin.
A. J. CHAPMAN,
bland Mill, July 23, 18i9. I -if
1 HOUSE neartheFaALiSi.iAaTfurreat.
j Enquire at tha
OREGON CITY BOOKSTORE.
Feb. 4,1800. 44
J. C. Hawthorne, A. K. Loryes,
Phtsicmx. ly Euaoeon.
J. R. R ALSTON,
WHOLESALE 4- RETAIL DEALER IN
is now In receipt of
elected wilh much care lu Ban Francisco,
T have jual received t Northerner and
X Vroihvr Jonathan, riench, Lngluu, A
bleaclxJ sheetings and long cloths, plain a barred
muslin, do do snip muslin, Victoria lawn, brown
t heelings a shining", h ekory stripe, dtiiimi, drills
aud ship duck.
linen damask, while damask, table covers, Rue.
tian towels, aud crash.
9 1. K X X E L H,
white, yellow, red, grey, blue, pluiu and twill
ed, plain 4 figured satinet, jane, eollonade,
wool husey beautiful styles bluuktts, while,
red, blue, 4 grey.
ladies', misses', aud children's brown, tlale, and
mixed ho.-geut' aud boy' wool aud oolton
Boots and Shoes:
a large lot gent' fine, medium, and coarse boots
a shoe, Isdic' aud misses' calf alines, gaiters, 4
tlipfajra, buy' bout 4 shoos, ehildreus' shoe,
fancy and pluiu.
Ha r dw arc:
Tockct knives, pruning and bud
ding knives, knives and forks,
scissors and shears, butts and
screws, strap hinges, door locks,
variety of styles and patterns,
hand saws, tenon saws, compass
saws, bench planes, chisels, au
gers, auger bitts, axes, hatchets,
hammers, shovels, hoes, potato
rakes, brads, tacks, finishing nails,
cut nails, wrought nails, hoi-se
ra- mmmMtama bcvkm;
Sugar, coffee, lea, syrup, (all, (pice, soap, soap
powder, caudlea, suleralus, yeast powder, cream
tartar, soda, sal soda, indigo, clothes p ns, scrub
brushes, paint brinhet, broom, dost brushes,
hand bellows, woodeu puils, wush tubs, and wash
White lead, red lead, Ven. red, Prussian blue,
chrome yellow, chrome green, burnt and raw um
bel, yellow 4 black paint, Vandyke brown, T. D.
Sieuue and aasorled colored smalts,
Roiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
Tolar oil, lard oil, fish oil, tanners' oil, China nut
oil, eVc, &.O.
We will be receiving by every steamer addi
tions to our present extensive stock, and FARM
ERS and other will find it to their advantage lo
call and examiue our poodi and prices before buy.
ing elaewhero. TcmiS, CASH.
J. li. KAIJ5TON, .
Corner Main dj- Fifth ttt.
Oregon Cily, October 1, 18S9. 35
CHARLES POPE, Jr.,
HAS opened a new store on Main etreet,
A'ear the foot of the hill, North of the little
Hia friends nnd the piiblio aro Invited to call
and examine his stock of goods, consisting of a
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware,
Medicines, ifcc, tc.,
All of which art offered cheap for cash.
Oregon Cily, August 20, 1859.
PURSUANT In three executions issued to me
from the office of the clerk of the circuit
court of the State of Oregon lor Ihe county of
Washington, dated January 1800, in favor of
R.C. Crawford ef alt. against Ambrose Fields, for
want of personal properly, 1 have levied upon the
following described reul eslute of the suid Am
brose Fields, to wit, l ivo acres of land in the coun
ty of Clackamas, originally purchased by said
Fields of Robert Moore, deceased, in 1847, the
same being above Ilia Willamette Fulls, on tha
west side of the river, and being bounded on the
north by a spring branch, and ou thu east by Ihe
Willamette river, forty feel being rcsemd be
tween said two acres and suid river for a road
being the land on which is situated the dwelling
house and improvements uf suid Fields; and I
ah:!l sell all the interest of said Fields in the said
land rYilb. Ih litliH'"! thereon, at public auction
to the higheat bidder for cash, oil Wednetday, the
Si ll day of March, it-00. ba'.o lo take place on
the premises at two o'clock r. M.
Sheriff of Clackamas Co ,
By M. Patterson, his Deputy.
Feb. 18, 1SC0. 45w4
THE undersigned has been duly appointed ad
miaistrator of tha estate ef Christian E.
Sweitzer, lute of Clackamas county, deceased.
All persona owing aaid estate are required to make
IKiyineut lo him, and those having claims must
present Ihe same verified by law lo him at his res
idence in Cancmah, or at the office of A. Hid
brook in Oregon City, within one year from dale.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
Feb. 11, 1860-44w3 Administrator.
NOTICE is hereby given that John R. Mc
Bride, executor of the estate of Tho. Mc
Bride, deceased, has this duy rendered his ac
count lo the county court of Yamhill county,
State of Oregon, for final settlement of his admin
islrstsm, and the first Monday of March, 1800, is
appointed for the hearing of the same, when and
where all per.wns interested in aid estate can ap
pear, if they desire.
By order of the county court, Feb. G, I860.
J. W. COWLS,
Feb. II, lGMIw4 County Clerk.
AT a meeting of Ihe city council of Oregon
City, held Feb. 7lb, I8G0.
li was toted, That the city council deem it ex
ped.eul lo improve that part of Main Street lying
ween 6lb and 7tti street, and that notice
'hereof be given by publication in the Argu.
A. IIOLBROOK, Miyor.
J. M. Bacon, Recorder
Oregon Cily, Feb. 1 1, 1860. 44
Atlh CITY BOOKSTORE.
THE firm of U Forest At Bacon having beeo
dissolved by mutual consent, I hereby inform
my friend and customers that I will continue bnsi
est al Ihe old stand. F, LA FOREST.
Oregon City. June 25, 159.
V LARGE quantity of GOOD SCHOOL
BOOKS fHT sale al lea thaa ar sold far in
Uregoo. Produce taken fnt them.
CITY LOOK STORE
JVui'si it., opposite Qtt. Aberntthy j- Co.'s,
iiOor ROOMS FITTED UP with
VJ CLEAN aud comfortable BEDS, f...
I J,.. : .. I .........nn.LI ... .r I,.. AW
lot tllV vn-v; M. .uiiiimvu.,'WH vi tu
Our DINING HAM, I llianesf fa Oregon,
our far good, and charge reasonable.
Single meals, oyster supper, and suppers fer
parties got up en short notie, iu Ihe ueattsl man
Board per week, without lodging, $5 00
" by Ihe day, aud lodgiug, I 50
Single meals, 50
Night' lodging, 50
Oct. 29, 18.-.9. E D. KELLY, Proprietor.
Corner Third and Water s'reete, opfositt tht
rpilE traveling public ar rectfully
JL Invited to live me a call.
The Oregon House i Hi most pleas-Jl
sntly located hotel in the Slate, aud has been so
arranged a to make it one of llie moat commodi
ous houses hi ih country.
I tin TABLE will always b supplied with
the best that Ihe market alforda.
Good accommodations for ladie and families.
Board and lodging, per week $600
Board, without lodging, per week 5.00
Board per day, with lodging .0
Single meal 'i0
Night' lodging 50
May 7, 18.19. Proprietor.
CALBNPA pea Tin viar 1859-60:
THE College year commence the first Monday
in September, and i divided into four quar
ter uf tleveu week sseh.
The commencement ia held on th 4ih of July,
when the yearly vacation ensues.
Professors Natuanikl Huubon. A.M.: Livi
L. Rowland, A. M.
tikm or tuition ria quastxb:
Common English Branches $ 5 08
r.imlWi Anulysis, Higher Arilhinstic,
Book keeping, History, and Elementary
Natural Philosophy, Botany, Geology, and
Ihcimslrv, Intellectual and Mural Phi
losophy, Rhetoric and Logio I 00
Elemeiilury lie. nnelry, Surveying, Algebra,
Higher .tliilhcmatics, Latin, Greek, and
French Languages, and Senior Class of
Nor. Dep., 10 00
Convenient arrangements can be made fur beard
at reasonable rules.
Books used in the school can be obtained at the
College building at cash prices.
A Normal Department has been organized, uti.
ou the plan of Ihe N. York Stale Normal School,
wilh particular reference to preparing young ladies
and gentlemen for teaching. This deparlmeut is
iu practical und successlul operation.
1 ruf. c kwki.l has been cnsuirad, and is irivine
lessons ou Ihe Piano and Melvdeun.
U An extensive and choice philosophical and
school apptiratua, also a school and a general li
brary, have tteeu ordered from the r.ost, aud are
expected on soon.
J lie pulroiis, trustees, and professors of Ihe Col
lege arc resolved that nothing conducive to Ihu
best interests of tin) school shall be uejtuled or
Delhel, Polk co., Dec. 24, 1859. 37lf
Dr. II. Adolphus,
Offlco--109 tjt 161 Montgomery it,
Four Doors from Washington,
FOR THE CURE OP
Chro n i c Diseases.
DR. ADOLPHUS hua devoted the laat teu
yeara of his practice to the care of Chronic
Viseasct, auch a
Rheumatism, Gout, Private Diseases of
very description, no matter from
what cause, or of Low lony; aland
iiijt, in both Hexes, WeiiktifNa
in the Back, and all other
Diseases of llie Kidneys,
DUO PS V,
D Y S 1 K P S I A ,
Liver Compluints, Scrofula,
oon'crjucncTs of youiliful fulltua,
and all other complaint of long atanding that th
human system is subject lo. Ladiessullermg with
diseases peculiar to their sex will be treated with
the utmost care and secrecy. They may most
confidentially uply for medical aid, either by let
ter or personally ; they will he sure to find speedy
ud permanent relief from auflbring.
Through Ihe enormous success the Dr. has had,
especially in the treatment of the above diseases,
he it enabled to promise a speedy and permanent
cure, where medical skill van possibly ell'eel a
cure. Although the Dr. was always averse to
advertising, he had at lust to submit to th many
requests of his numerous patient throughout Ihe
Stale, who consider it as justice to tha suffering
who cuu be benefited by his treatment and advice.
Thousands of pi'icnts in California huve been
saved by his mode of treatment, ami will certify
its inferiority to any other they have ever been
treated by. I he Dr. ucver us-t mercurial or min
eral poisons; he has more efficient substitute of
the vegetable kingdom. He Will never expect
pay where he doe not effect a complete cure.
Medicine and medical advice sent loall part of
the Stales and Terriloriea on the Pacific coast, af
ter receiving description of the disease and its
symptoms, either iu English, German, Freu h, or
Consultation, hy letter, or personally, FREE.
Valuable Property For Sale.
THE CHAMPOEO FLOUR MILL.
rrilUS MILL, situated about three fourths of a
X mile from Champoeg in the midst of the great
grain-growing country iu Oregon, is offered for
sale. During high water iu winter, Hour, Ac,
can be shipped direct from the Mill. Attached
to the mill is a granary for receiving and storing
wheat, a dwelling house and garden for the use
of Ihe person iu charge. The whole preperty
emhrncee about riva scars.
The machinery of the m II is of very superior
quality, having been imported from Rochester,
N. Y. Theru are two runs of the best French
Burn, and au exira patent run of smaller Burrs
fer chopped feed, Sw. The frame-work, for
strength, dec, cannot be surpassed in Oregou.and
llie mill in all respect is the best in the Male.
For (.srliculars, application should be made lo
GEO. T. ALLAN, )
A. McKINLAY, rk"mP"g'
or to A MOItY IIOLBROOK,
Champoeg, Jan 10, 1800 41 if Oregon Cily.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP
rplIE firm of Allau, McKiulay Co., hereto
L fore carrying on business under that title at
Oregna City, Champeeg, and Lower Scot tsburg,
L'mpqua, i hereby dissol'e by mutual consent.
AU prtta indebted to sai ', firm, or having claim
apon tbem, are hereby requested to send ia their
account or make payment of ihe same to Geo.
T. Allan or Archibald McKiulay at Champoeg,
or Amory Ilolbrook al Oregon City, Who are au
thorized lo sctlie all s ouois connect 4 wilh tho
tad 6rr. ALLAN, MeKINLAY At Co.
Champoej, !. 81, 411
r T"E 1,0ST FF,CE building
advi rs. n ht n Tf v
HAS on bind and for sale, wll-sleoed aa
Books and Stationery,
comprising, in part, th following!
Family Riblc aud Tea- Cap, letter, aud nolo-
Downing'! Fruit aud Pcuadt Pca-holdurt,
Fruil Trn of Ainer- Hand V sand box,
lea revised edition, Tissue paper, perforated
New Miuouio 'l rc.it I. board 4 drafting paper
Hoard, Mitchell's and Oluey's
Masoulu Manual, Gcographk aud At-
Odd Fallows' Manual, lose,
Quiuby' Mysteries f Mason's Farrier,
Bee-keeping, Dndd'sCallle A. Uors
Livingsloti' Travels in Doctor,
South Africa, K.iue'a Arcli Kxplra-
Gunn'i Dom. Medicine, Hoim,
Sanders' Old and New Blank Books & Bill Pa.
hpellcraet Readers, per,
Thomson's Arithmetic, Gilleepie'a &. Davles'
Fuknn i Eastman's Surveying,
Book-keeping, with Slate and slat pencils,
blanks, Dr. Ilolhck' Works,
Red, blue, (V blk luks, Ate, Ate,
all of which will b relaileJ al price aorrrspeudJaf
wilh Ihe timea.
IT Dou'l forget llie place ! It If
OPPOSITE LA FOREST d BACON'S.
ALSO, FOR SALR,
Dr. MotTatt's Pills and Phoenix
Hitters, and tha Graefouberg
which are recoinmeuded to those who wish In Hva
till Ihsy d e. May 14, 1859.
France and Austria At War ! t
THE undersigned wishes lo Inform the people
of Oregon Cily, and the publie iu general,
that he is at peace with all Ihe world, sad kve
coustuutly on hand
A FINB ASS0RT.MRMT Of
Boots and Shoes,
of all torts and sixes,
which he will sell
Cheap for Cash!
Ladies and gentlemen, you will do woll lo givo
me a call bel'er buying anywhere else, because
I have the best and chrapest
boots and shoes in this market ;
because I get my boots and shoes
Direct from San Francisco,
and can afford to sell cheaper than Ih ie that buy
in Portland so thut I defy conielilion. If you
will but give me your patronage, I will guaranty
thai you can buy ioolt and shoes of in cheaper
than of any other house in town.
Remember the place, and muk no mlstaksi
" RAGLE BOOT AND 8I10R STORR.''
Oregon City, July 16, 18.19. jy29
Hoots and Shoes!
J. li. BLANPIED,
Opposite to Schram'a Saddler shop, Muia street,
WOULD say to the public that lie is ia th
vonstaut reoeipt uf
Roots and Shoes of the latest pat
terns aud styles,
which h will sell aa
cheap as any other establishment
in town, if not cheaper!
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF LAMBS'
WEAR ALWAYS ON HAND.
Making- tk Repairing; dona to order
AND IN Bll'rJKlUK ailbb.
April 30, 1859. if
rpilE FALL quarter will commence Angnwt
JL 17, and the winter session of two quarters,
Terms ar Ijfi, 8, or $ 10 per quarter, aeoord
ing to studies.
Rooina can ba had in College building, if tWf
are taken soon i from 95 to $1 per quarter.
Preaideiit, (ir.o. (!. Ciianui.sk.
Professor, John II. Hall.
Other teachers secured us the school demand.
All books for the achuul will be kept for anle in
the college build n or in town.
Mc.Minville, July 9, ISoO. 13nVi
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration have been granted to the under
signed by Ihe county court of Clackamas county,
on the estate of A. D. F'osler deceased, late of
said county. All persons indebted to said calatu
are required lo make immediate payment, and all
person i having claims against said estate are re
quired lo present them lo me at my residence
within one year from the date of (hi, notice.
ZERILDA EM E It INK FOSTER,
March 3, 1800-173 Adm'x.
FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD I
McCOKMICK & roWX ALL'S
Iff'ftV TUB T.TK OV OHKliOMjtJ,
IS NOW READY FOR DELIVERY TO
subscribers and ethers.
Price Five Dollars.
f Subscribers and others in Clackamas court
ly can be tuppl e.l by the Pusttnaater at Orego
Ir. Wt D. llt)TCIII.fl
HAS removed hi office to the city of PORT
LA ND, on First street, between Yamhill
and Taj lor street, east side, one d' or south of Dr.
Hawthorne's former office, an I oilers his profes
sional services lo all who favor him with a call.
I will aay to my agenta in Ihe Statu of Oregon,
that I still continue to manufacture mV medi.
ciuea, and will fill orders for ihem ou sliorl notice.
DR. E. POPPLETON
Will remain at LAFAYETTE, aiiil caa b
found al Ihe old stand of lluTt nim II PorrkfTON,
one door north of Abbott's Hotel, day ornighl
when not professionally engaged.
All those knowinirthenis. lv.' indebted to
era requested lo coma forward and s- tile wilk
Dr. Popptelon at Lafayette, or with ma in Peru
land, imme.ialely. W. D. HUTl IIINS.
Portland, Sept. 10, 1859. 31
GEO. A. NOBLE, A.M. .t M.D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Office NEXT DOOR TO MR. CAU
FIELD S STORE,
ft EAR THE lilt II T.
N.R Family Medicine prepared in th most.
eareful manner, and alway oa band.
Oregon City March 2S, lPiJir-l
ASHpaid for LAND WARRANTS, af
IIOLLAMP tX VAX,