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nitnomh Xrodro Wo. 1,
Vox A M- hold '" "nted emnrniiiiici.
A Ls in ill f Temperance II. H. 01.
2 ...rd.v mm. ding J"11 Mu,,M ,n
. ii..,l.r.n in ud 'nding urn invited
. . ... n.nnt.hcaa ChiiiI w.ll inM at
v fny Ihufiiy. Ilrih day of April next.
iu ."flock I"r "' Mom nilion of candi
" 1 V. i!.Mhiutiro id Cuiigr. mil for Ihe
tJutto f such other busbies, a may ooino b..
''IVlKUIi .if the several .counlV and ill
nP4 "' ,,,1'"'u"""i""' !"'
with llif m in upporl of ilio
"' j"J k. ,hll tliera bo nominated, Mini who
i ... .... ,i r.i.bleiaiid i.riiik-r Dtii-a
i of ill e"'1 '"iocrcy "r' S 'n.mi'i
P.. ",T.r l'iicifia Kuilro.id. and in lav..rof h
Jend from web couuty to " J convention delegate.
Ylll.llllli' .III .1
Vri.-.krf,.nrnilalion isbaiej upon Hi pop
. rrl,f ilir Ut It-clioii, ullowiiipc one delegate
for ch eaurtly easing ISti vote or. less, and one
r every Mu.on.il 150 vote Kur frcii..ii,il
lie. Midi cumy tonn .IiU.nl dul. g.uo. A
ll order of the Sule PoniMl romniilleo,
11 II. W. COHUBTT,
Portlund, March lt, IWii). Chinnn.
ruckamat to. Rrpubllc '.nvfUon
Tin rt'-piib i'" "f Cluck iiiiiiii vouniy, mi.l oil
Mlfn gpMiMi Hi llnprw ill K-.H.nnai Auiimn
and hi fnriir o! kiu h (e ii of meal.
. fit ,ie aad Nnli'iiuil. 04 will Icn.l In odviiuro
I,, r-pTi!y of O.e.'ii una of Hit whole cumi
.... .rr inviir.l In m. il t tli eoiirl-boiint- in lr
f.iM City on Koiurduy. April 7, IH6i, kl 4 o'elwh
p for die puriw-e "f cIhkw m R ilel. gntro la
il.. Si.n eoiiveniioii Hi Kiiiroie t 'ily. and alxi U.
Mlrel eii.lliii. l bo aii uorlrd and elfote.l ill
Juor nrit, and ilo "cli 0' lirr biiMiieoo ut uiny
cume btfnro lli conv-i-i.n.
It ii Iioih I dial every preidncl will be rrpreent
rd, u il b:ieve I llial .! arran :eiiieula ran
It made will rcure the ir mnii oi irre pnn, -p!t
in tin C'-unly. Amur ll.ii.iiKmiK,
I'l.a Riiaii I . Com.
Oregon City, March 19, iHfii).
1,1 no Co. Ilopttbllr t'.iiuveoUna.
The K pibicii.af Linn conn y urn rrq irntrj
to meet in inuM cniircinioii at Alixiuy ou Miiiiil.iy
the il dav of Ap il nxt, nl III o c..K'k a. m , for
the porpue uf elecnnjf lliiif dp!eute lo ntien (
tlie R.pulilican Stale f 'mivent on to bo held at
Eugene C.ly n die l!).h of April
liy order of the county nuinniiitee.
JollM CuUKKK, Cll'll.
: AlU'-iy, M-c1i.lf"6.l.
TAfpubllcao t'.nuniy l.ou(Htloi.
Tlic Uepiibl.cam of M.irion county are reqnenled
toincviat the court hotire iuS.ile.ii. on Saturday,
tin Till April, mil o ftluck, for llio piirptwa uf
ojm ii.ilinj a co iu y Heart lor muat oi marion
rnunly, iU l appoint d. Irenes lo llio Stale van
Y.miciii lube held ill Kucne City, nil III Iftll o:
April, for the purpi- of u xiiiiiatiiiK u can lidalc
fur llio next Cougreai aud lltree I'ren dinlial
Tin liHtii of representation ia one delrgite lo
rtery 130 voteaoaat at the lift eleutiun, and one
foreviry frc;i..n over eighty. Muriou county ia
tutitled tuliine dolrgaU.
Clialrinan County Comm ttee.
StVm, March Ut, ItitiO.
T the iVepuhllcaBo uf Vaiutilll f ounly.
The undersigned, wiali ng lo promota the har
mony and iiccosa of the tirpubllcm caim in Ynm
liill county, uppointed aCom:uittce in each p ec'ucl
tiicniii'.t witli the lie publicans bk to whai cour
iliould be piireued prepi atory tn the co ninjciin
tui Aciinlingly auiietini; wis held iu Lifty
ette on Sntor iny, the I lih iimlimt, rc re.iciihd by
crenpreo' nets, and after duo del boraliou it wue
thoulit b.-Hi to meet in the umml County Cnnvou
ton, by precinct deleft on; that the popular volo
be taken as a b isw of representation, and that the
refit be one delegate for ovciy twenty votes. The
IlepuMlcnu in the various prtcincta are onrnes.ly
requeue I tn h'.ld their pr niurv meetings on Sulur
dav, March 24th, at 12 o'clock m., and elect dele
t'sieilo m -ei in County Convention, nl the Court
Home in L.i layette, on Saturday, Mar h 31st, nl I
o'dockr. m. John V.' Cowls, Ch'n,
Cso. L. Wmioa, Seo'y,
Yamhill Co. Coin.
Henton i.e. ncpubllcan t'.onventlot.
The Republicans mid the oi pa-it on gener.illy
are rvqi:eated to meet at the court-houKO in I nrva -III
on Saturday, the 14th of Aprl, at 12 o'clock u..
to clioose four delegate to lepriseut Benton c uni
ty in the Repub icon Siale conv, ntioti nt Hucene
t'ily on the l!llh of April, and to nom nato a
county ticket, and triiiisii.'t such other business as
nay come before the meeting.
A. G. Hovkv, Ch'n Co. Com.
March 14, ISfiO.
t5M?psl, fever ana Aioe, lodttteslloo.
SmrSimniiph, Heart Burn, Water llmsli, IJil
lioumen, Utrt Coiniiint, Acidity, flatulency,
Janiidce, Change rf Clinrite, Sick lira Incite,
""of Appetite. Kemale Complaints, Oppreoing
allrt Kat nj. GeoeMl Debility, etc, nre rapidly, e
iKtuaily nnd wMy cured by the OXYGEN
MukKU-iiNit HiLL. Cal., )
June 16, IK53. (
Having suftvred for fifteen yert itb ty?nepia
J its wo.st form, and bavins; consulted with the
Physicians, and tried everything rotommndl
idiot rel,ef, 1 was induced to try the OXYGE-
ATKU BITTK1W, and b f..re I had tken one
bottle. 1 found myaelf much bettor, and continued
"S them, until I was entirely curod, and now
"Jiyaapiod health as ever I did in my I fe. I
pest pleasure in reoommi n 'ing them lo all
no are sim larly afflicted. Janes Lnnaenoaa
The OXYGENATED BITTEItS ara wlo in
CaKforniaby Red ngton & Ci., Henry .lohnm&
.f'harla Morrill, San Kranciaco) R. H. Mc
Jaald ti Co., Sacramento ; Kice. Coffin oY Co.,
lrjsville; Smith &. Davis, Portland, Oregon.
Bails' Sareparllla. This purely vegetnhle
reme ly eonibiiiM in itself the properties of an An
Jeptc, a mild calhartic, and a Ionic II quick
removes from the blood, and othor fluids of the
dy, the impurities of unhealthy aecreiion which
uteoder aad feed disease, thus striking at the
f the malady. Althouih provo.1 orffica
'"ojii nay bo lakan at all lime with perfect
fiy,a iixtaiB au puirorful drastic drug to
Wlae the ajtaj, v niiiH-ral poiaoa lo ruin
Prep,d aud ao'd by A. R. V I). SSPS, J00
'won at. New York, rrioo 1 per boltla. r
a-ttls for 8-'i.
. thr adrertlaemenl ia aanlber eolnmn,
by Dt 8TKELE, Ore Cft, and by
. K flulajin I PiwiM I. nr.
Benton 4. x,ica... .., -,r -T " , -I
C Junibia I. Douglas 0. Jack.ou h. Joph no
7lVna ,Uii 7iMuUn.nh7t M.ir.on U. 1'uik 4,
TnilNGmv ahaenee from tb But nf Orr-
Kpm"" ,b A,l"'i JAMES K.
''U.LY, H act a oiyaulh fixed Agent,
llactV.br din aoeueb Agent ah ,11 ke
' "ntdaod Vul.cg a it ooo by me ia pereoo.
t MII.TO.N ELUOIT.
Change of Ihixincxs.
fPlliv uiid.r-ifnl rail alieniiou loth fact thai
X Ii hu tduiucl fr. in I'otil.iul la Y.iiuliill
couniy f.ir lh pnanil, p cpaiatoiy to leaiii.g for
iii AII.IUU0 nuias.
Tin in lrbie.1 la ni, riih. r by note or b.k
ai counl, are r.iipsld to cine forward and settle
iniRM.iia.ioly, Mr. J.J. HuFr'MAN, of 1'eri.
land, Oregon, is fully authoriml in receir and re
ceipt fur monies for me, and In settle accounts.
Il will bo (uund al Uugna & hbatiuck s Law (If.
Ilea. ahall b found at I.A KAY KITE, Yam
hill county. TIium in lliul part of the country
wiiv can iiN're eonven enuy anen I lo Hit uMi
oi a settlement there, will vail up-n in.
My mediviniwar for aale at Pr. Walhrford
I'rug Store and a'wal Hmhli II limits, Portland,
i r. (..n t ami at in vrag More or I r. Sieele, Or
g 'i I'y. W.JJ. I1CTCUINS.
Mnrcb 20, HC0.
CASH WILL BE l.W FOR
450 He.d ofBoft,
Dcllviiel at the
ISLAND MILLS IMMEDIATELY.
(If Jfofi bought cotiilunlly.
A. J. CIIAPMAV.
Oregon Clly, March 21, IbOO. 50
Snuff and Tobacco Manufac
turer, 1C & 13 CilA.MIlF.RS ST.,
(1'ormerly 49 Chatham treel, New York,)
"ITTOUl.D call the eiecial attention f tiro
T T cor and Drug? eta lo liia removal, aud also
the aiticleauf li s inainif.iclur. riit
11KOWX HM VV.
.M.'icciliny, )i III gr,
J in Itapp-e, 1'uro Virjnra,
Coaiav liupp,, Nacliilochea,
Anier.cau Gentleman, Cop-.nhugen.
Scotch, Fresh Soolch,
IliKb T'aist Scotch, Irish IJ.gh Tonal,
Fnsh Homy J;w Scotch, er Luud) foot.
sjiokino. tin cut cnawiao. aaoaiaa.
No. I, r.A.L.or iil.mi, St. Jinro.
No. J, Cuveudish.urtwiel. Suauiah.
Noa.l42niix'd, SWeet-nCeiitcd Oieuoco, Canister
Kitelool, 1 ill roll Caveudiali, 1'ura lurk.ah.
A Circular of I'nvea w ill he sent on aiiidic.itlon.
N Ii. Note the new arl.ele uf t'rtth Scotch
suutt. wh ch w.ll be found a superior urtic.e for
u PP'Ug pmp-iae. mhliiu3dl'J
Sale of Heal Satate.
"VTOTICIi is hereby g.vtn that by virtu of a
Xl license Iu me isunl by the cunly Court of
'Hull. d county, St. ilc of ( in g 'il, I wih iitTer lor
su e lo Hie highest bidder for cah iu h .ud, on the
7th day of .ii.nl, IboM, nl ten o'cluek a at., the
reul taint brloiwii.g to the iiuiinr he r of Mnriha
Ann .-avae, the eaine bong the undivided half uf
Hie imriiun a. t apnrl by ll.e Land Olhce I the
wile of Aib. rt Suvnge of tlie doniilioii of a.id
A:bcrt SnriiKe und Al rtlm A. Savage liia wife,
lying in T. il south, It. 3 wt, sec. art, nud eon
mining Iti I acres. The a.ile will lake plaiv on Uie
preiniMia. AI.Blilll SAVAUK,
.M irc'i 17. I8G0-43W.I Unar'ian.
0 L U I K It S , TEA MSTEHS. SAILORS,
(or ihcir triueuifor orphan childrtn,)
who served in any wars or bnltitt, either in Cali
fornia or tUewhtrt, prior lit Mireh 3rf. ISM, or
ihtir children who vrre under 21 year at thul
date, or sidlon who served on the coast of Culilbr-
n a in the Mexican war, will do well to address u
Claim" that have been rejected in the han la of
oilier neeuts. huve been successfully obtained by
us. Agi nla acting lor u. hberaily paid. Land
warrants b iught und sold to order, an i all bnai
nvas reiU ring ait itgent nl Wailiinjf'oii, attended
to. K. Ii. Ll.ui l) &. CO., Atiomeya for
Cluim, reiisinns, iiounty Land, Sif. KelVrence
to nuy of the heads ui llcpurtineiils. 48 wit)
NOTICE is hereby Riven ilni I lark Rogers,
executor uf the estate of .1. I), ltogeia, lute
of Yamhill county, Mute uf Oregon, deceased,
haa lil'd b.s accounts tor liual setilenient, and the
lirt .YTonilny in April tiext la appointed for the ex
umiiiatiMii and a.ljiwiiinent of the sun at the
court-house iu Lalajelle in raid county.
JJy orJer ol th court.
March 7, 1SC0. 4!lw4
E ARE NOW OPENING
New Fire-Proof Srich,
I.A RGB AND WKI.L-ASSORTED STOCK OF
Feeling p. rfeclly secure against lire, wa will now
Offer Greater Indiicrmculi than tver
to the public. We are constantly in receipt of
selected with the greatest enre (as to prices and
qunlity), and are confident that our facilities will
enable us to oiler and fl goods
AT PORTLAND PRICES!
(freights on), and would advise all tlrnee visiting
this citv lo purchase goo ia. lo examine uur slock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
We have, and are just receiving, an invoice oi
consisting in partnf the following article Coche
co, Pacific, Hadley, CotiesleL'o, Sprague, Philip
Allen, Fall River, iMerriinac, Brings. and numer
ous oilier choice PRINTS, all late tlyten Eng
lish i: French merinos, Lyonee cloth, molmir and
oilier Uebaxe; braze, wool, & muslin de laines,
bhick, blue, purple, Sl pink merinos, fancy plaids,
inconel. book, swiss, & mull muslin, ladies einb.
sets, collars, hdkf &. skirt, dress A bonnet trim
mings, French & domestic gmgliaina, rrencn
Uur... from I2i to 25i!. blue, mixed, & grey ati-
nel, wool Jt cotton jeans colionadc, bleached and
i-.m .1-4 to 1U-4 wide, brown and
1.1. ,.i,.l rfrtlis Heoim. hickory shirting: onemi,
mariue. brown, and Irish lineu, nankeen, d apcr,
aud crash, a large lot of lines d thread Ucfl
and edging, hosiery, &e.
MEWS Sr BOYS' CLOTHING:
Blue, black, and brown cloth coats ; lOdoxblk
cloth vests, 5 do whit and huff Marseille do.,
velvet and salio do.; 30 dox aatinet pants, doeskin
and fancy caaiincre do. Sil dox meriuo and cotton
ui.derhirt,groy,blue, 4, black cloth over coaU,
with a general assortment of euU furnishing
S"BOOTS 4 SHOES. Men, boys', and
youth' b.Kt; Indies", mieses', and children mo
rocco, goat, kid. and calf Congress boot, with fc
without heel; ladie kid atippera.
Rio and Java coffee, black and green lea, N. 0.,
China. Balavia laland, Cal. refined, and crushed
sug.ir, E. Boaion, Cal., sugar-house, a golden syr
up salt 5 W SOU Ibslu; HM ks nail, dsixe;
Hill' pal, chemical, Engi sh soup, oap pow
der. powd.r. shot, a. lead; yeast powder, Mlera
tua. cream tartar, .moking ehewmg tobacco,
greea torn, peat, f matte: tra and ilackber
Tit, in 2 lb tin: epic. P-PI1". " caa., pearl
barlav. macearooi, verm eelh, corn aiareh, a.m
on4,'alnul, Bfaxil nuu.raiom. Chili peacb,
dml fruit; sjwtkrtel. ia flr blf bbls; Mrdme.
A fine aatmeot at
CROCKERY 4 TABLE CUTLERY i
20 crate assorted ware,
40 Va stl pick.
20 Dutch Hdla baea.
White Ltnd, OU.and Window Glou;
with a variely of otber arlit! anally kpt.
XT W will pay e for wheat. Bear, kaeaa.
butter, !?,, aad alawst eTerrthmg lb fnnr
kaateaaH. . ...
or-f c:iy, Afr?.:t.. is.-
NEW SirrLY OF
Cboico Younfj Hyson Tea,
Chemical Olire Soap,
Forsul, CHEAP FOR CASH, al
Fb. 4, lG0.
k X ASSORTMENT OK SCHOOL AND
Fora!at CII.4. POPE'S Oregoa Citf
CHEAP FOH CASH.
CTCallaiid examine Ihein Feb, 4, 18C0.
VniOX WXXJi MXI TTil
"TTfllKN lit (tag of water permits, en of
v T th. boat w.ll eav t ANKM AI1 f..r
COItVALLIS ''IVC A WEEK. For
KI'GtNK CITY once a week. The public
will be ariv.setl of the regular daya for starling.
IT Mora boat will be run if Ilia business dc
Freight and pa.suge at urual rales.
Oregon City, Nor. I, IH. 9-mfl Agent.
THE A1V YORK KEROSEXB OIL CO.
1 NNOCNCE that, having mad great !m-
XX. provenietila in the manufacture of Kerosene,
they are now euabled loollcr il In the 1 rod at
A REDUCED PRICE.
The ntleulioa of consumer is respectfully called
lo the subjoined table, the result of a pholoiuvlrical
examination, by Loo N. Kint, bat), of New
Yoik, Chemist, and dated Feb. 3, ItiJli.
5 - f- a- ! i
.u'-.'-.i.:.' 1 . .v-v.
fcSiist Ii n nij of Light.
U S K
yuiniiiy of L.liit
b je t-i V is i. from an equul
to-- - Pile of the Oil
o .a as i 5 5 per Gallon.
Id S a. 4. Cost of an equal
c -i a amount of LighL
e m : c . c
Reliable orders fiom the Trade, by Mail or Tel-
egrajdi, tilled, on application lo
93 Pearl St., A'w York.
KEROSENE la also to beobla nedsi the Mail-
ni'acturera prx.a, of nil the New York Wholesale
I'rugg els, Groci rs.C Hiiipheue and Btiruiue Fluid
Mamifuuluri'rs and Dealers ill Lamps.
iV. U.-KKKOSKNEu th, trade mark of the
Kerotene Oil Co., and all ptnonl an cautioned
agninit uiing the taid trade mark for other oil.
Uecetnuer un, IB.y. 3b:m3
D. D. STEPHENSON,
DENTIST, ha removed liia office to the
City Hook Store,
w here he is prepared to do all work in his line.
lie haa also an assortment of Patent Medi
cine: which can I had at Portland prices, am)
Ventifrire, that he will warrant not to injure the
teeth, but make Ho) breath sweet and keep the
gums in a healthy condition. Thoe who deal in
thnt line are invited to cull and examiue for them
selves. He will shortly have
Fancy Soapt and Perfumery,
and various other notions thit are so much need
ed here. Oregon City, Jan. SI, 1 Still.
J. B, PAINTER,
(LT o'HKABt t FAI.fTIft)
Type, Presses, Printing Material,
And Printer' Stock generally,
1.12 Clay street, near Sansome,
45yl Sat FaAtucisco,
NOTICE is hereby giveii ihal .loseph Church,
udminielrator of Ilia estate of N. J. Lamb,
I, ile of Clackamns county, State uf Olcg.n, de
ceased, has filed his accounts for final seitlrment,
and Ihe first Monduy in April next ia appointed for
the examination and adjustment of the same at
the court-house in Oregon City iu said county.
March .1, 18G0-4?w4 County Judge.
W.ll. FAULKNER fc SON,
T YPE, P R E S 8 E S, AND PRINTING
123 Sanannw street, corner of Merchant,
IT Printer are iuvited to make sur acquaint
SAMUEL P. DUZAN,
House C arp enter,
Jobber and Turner.
SHOP oter ROSSI Co. FOUNDRY.
T Al RONAGE OF OREGON CITY AND
JT neighborhood respectfully solicited
Oregon City, Jan. 21 , lbbO.
Smnt In Wheat.
TO THE FARMERS OP OREGON:
YOO thai have SMUT in wheat, will find i
much to your advantage lo thresh you
wheal before or after it ka gone through a meat
as a great deal of the smut will be prevented from
getting ou the grain.
A. J. CHAPMAN.
Island Mill, July 23, 1859. IStf
AHOCSE near tho Fcsulc Samjuar for rent
Enquire al the
OREGON CITY BOOKSTORE.
Feb. 4, I860. 44
GEO. A. NOBLE, A.M. & M.D,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON,
corr nnno m AT AT.
i ..- 1 '
flEifU at una,
Kill TH BlIWgtT
N. B Family Medieie prepared ia th aat
careful manner, aad aiwaya on band.
Oreg'M City .Match 6. IM3
IAND WARRANTS; uj
BOIJUKD V PAf
J. R. K ALSTON,
WHOLESALE j- RETAIL DEALER IN
j now in receipt of
Zf S W OOODS
selecUd with much cam in San Francisco.
T have just received Northerner aud
X Brother Jonathan, French, English, &
bleached sheetings and long cloths, plain 4 barred
muslin, do do amp muslin, Victoria lawn, brown
sheeting a (hininga, hickory atrip, dtuiiu, drills
and snip duck.
linen damask, whit damask, labia evrs, Ru.
sian loweU, aud crash,
white, yellow, red, grey, 4 blue, plain and Iwill.
I, plain 4 figured aatiuels, jam.-, cotlouadea,
wol hiiaey beautiful styles blankets, wh,ie,
red, blue, a gray.
ladies', miaaes', and children's brown, stale, and
mixed ho geuis' aud boy' wool aud cotton
Boots and Shoes:
a large lot gems' fine, medium, and coarse boots
a shoe, ledi.e' and misses' calf elcc, gaiters, 4
slipper, boy' bout 4 shoe, ohildien' shoes.
lane) aui piniu.
Ha r die ar c:
Pocket kniven, pruning and lmd-
.1? I f.. I t K 1
unig Knives, Knives anu loi'Ks,
seissoi-s and shears, butt and
screws, strap hinges, door locks,
variety of styles anil patterns,
hand saws, tenor, saws, compass
saws, oencn pianes, cniscis, au
gei-s, auger bitts, axes, hatchets,
hanimcrs, shovels, hoes, potato
raKes, oraas, lacKS, nuisuing nans,
cut nails, wrought nails, horse
Sugars, coffee, tea, syrup, salt, spices, soap, soap
powders, cauillea, saluraius, yeat powders, cream
Isrtsr, soda, sal soda, iudtgu, clothe p iis, scrub
brushiii, paiul brushes, brooms, dust brushes,
haii. I bellow, wooden ptiil, wash tuba, aud wash
PJ1IJYTS $ OILS:
White lead, red lead, Veil, red, Pruwian blue.
chrome yellow, chrome green, burnt nnd raw um
bel, yellow 4 black paint, Vandjke browu, T. D.
Sieuiie and aawrted ctdor.'d smalts.
Boiled and Haw Linseed Oil,
Polar oil, lard oil, full oil, lanuers' oil, Chiua nut
oil, etc, 4.0.
We will be receiving by every ateamcr addi
tions to our present extensive stock, and FARM-
tl(S and others will find il to Iheir advantage to
call and exa niue our fronds aud prices hel'nre buy-
ing eiMwhero. Termt, CASH.
J. It. RAIXPON,
Corner Main $ Ftfth tie.
Oregon City, October 1 , 1 S59 . S3
HAS opened a new store on Main street,
Near the (out of th hill, North tithe littl
His friends and th publio aro invited to call
aud examine his stock of good, consisting of a
COOJ ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware,
Medicines, fcc, ttc,
All of uihich art offered cheap for cath.
Oregon City, August SO, 1659.
PURSUANT In three execuiinus homed to me
from the fdTice of the clerk of tlie circuit
court of tho Sbitv uf Oregon lor I lie county of
ashiugton, dated January V.l, 18M), in fuvor ol
R. C. Crawford l alt. aga.nst Amtirose Fields, for
want of personal pmperiv, I have levied npuii the
following described real estate of Ihe said Am
brose Field, to wil, two acre uf land in the coun
ty of Clackumas, originally purchased by sa d
rieldsor llob-rt moore. deceased, in IS47, the
siime being above the Willamette Falls, on the
west side of Ihe river, and being bounded on the
north by a spring branch, and n tho eaat by Ihe
illainrite r ver, forty feel being reserved bo-
tween said two acrea and said river for n road
beiuglha laud on which is situated the dwelling-
houe and iiniirovetniiits ol sum riclils; ami 1
sliall sell all Ihe inleresl of said Fields in ihe said
laud, with the buildings thereon, at public auction
to the highest b dder f r cash, on IVea'nesaViy, the
2 1st day of March, I Hit). Sale to tuku place on
th premise at two o'clock r. st.
Sheriff of Clackamas Co ,
By M. PaiTEaaoN, his Deputy.
Feb. 18, I860. 4.1w4
THE undersigned ha been duly appointed ad
miiiislramr of the estate of Christian E.
Sweitier, lata of Clackamu county, deceased.
All persons owing and estate unrequired lo ninko
tiynieul tn him, and llnae having claims must
present tho fame verilied by law lo him ut his res
idence in Cancmah, or at Ilia office uf A. Il.d-
brook in Oregou City, within one year from date.
U&OUUfc. A rtAsn,
Feb. 11, 18G0-44w3 Adminittrator.
GOOD PROPERTY for SALE!
-r wir r cri t nvp. nwr.i.i.ivrs
A. houses, onu large and commodious fg
KTIIIII.-.lfllimi.''.. M.,A Mil InrffA B.SN.JJL.
. ' U . ' . I -ft -
. . . . . . , .t . v rt -a , ,
ail nannsomeiy siiu.uen 1.1 vrtu c.n.iii, anj
iu good repair. All the dwellings but one have
two lots well fenced. 1 mini 11 unnecessary to
further describe the properly, as no ono would
Without seeing ine same. Any one naving
,1. euii, am. -'' n iw jv..-w. - . -
bargain to auit himself, a I hare made up my
.. . a . c- r as f.fl,ir
nilWl tO SCll. nAXtuu XX . LA HU" ' .
Caneinah, Dee. 3, ISi9. 34
9. 0. Bawtnorne, A. M. Lorjrea,
THE firm of La Foreet 4. Bacon having been
dissolved by mutual consent. I hereby inform
my friend and customer that 1 will continue nosi
es al the eld aland. . LA FOREST.
Oregon Ctiy. Jn 25, 135S.
ALAROE quantity of GOOD SCHOOL
BOOKS foraal al Wo than ar aald for in
PITT BWg BTTBE
IL l'L . .. ..! j.
Alain t., oppntite Git. Abnnelhy f Ct.'i,
(OOI ROOM Fl ITED LPwiib
T CLEAN and comfortable BEDS.
for III especial actomiuodalioa of iIkJ!.
Our DINING HAM. I thtfnett in Origin,
our f.ir goial, and charge reasuiiabt.
Kiugl mli, oy.ier dipper, and (upper for
parties got uf en short nolle, In I h uealssl man
Board per week, whhoul lodging, $i OH
" by Ihe day, and lodgpu', I ,iU
Single mesls, 10
Night's lodging, SO
Ocl.29, IH..a. E. D. KELLY, Proprietor.
Corner Third and Water I'reitt, tpptiil the
alllE traveling publio are respectfully
. Iuvited In give me a call.
'I he Ofeiiou House i the most Dions.
snlly located hotel iu ihe Stale, aud has been o
arranged as to make il one of Ilia rmart outnmodi
ou house In the oounlry.
ilia 1. 1 II LIS will always b supplitd Willi
Ihe best that Ihe market (lords.
Ooei accornin.Kl.itious for ladie anj families.
Hoard and lodging, per week.
Board, without lodging, per week....
Board per day, with Mging
May 7, IM9.
cai.xndax roa Tin vcaa 1859-60:
TIIK College year Commences the first Mondiy
in Septetulier, aud i divided Into four quar
ters uf eleveu weeka each.
The commencement ia held n th 4th of July,
hen Ihe yearly vacation ensure.
Proftuart Natiianikl Uuimon. A. M. 1 Lavi
L Rohlamo, A. M.
mass or tuition rxa QUAsTta:
Common EuglUh llrauche I fi 00
hiiKll-h Analysis, Higher Arithmetic,
Hook keeping, History, aud hlemenlary
Algebra , g 00
Natural Philosophy, Botany, Geology, and
Clieimstry, Intelleciual and .Moral Phl-
loviphy, Rhetoric and Logia 8 00
ClciiienUry Gooiuei ry. Surveying, Algebra,
Higher Mathematics, ltlin, Greek, and
Fiench Languages, aud Senior Claas of
Nor. Dep., , )0 00
Convenient arrangemeiita can be mado fur beard
at reaainahlo rales.
Books used in Ihe school can b obtained al the
Col Irre build. ng al cash prices.
A Normal Pcpirlmeiil haa been nriranixed. up
on ihe plan f Ihe N. York Stale Nonnul School,
with particular reference to preparmi vuuntrla lies
mid gennenien for leaching. This department is
in practical mid succeaalul operation.
I nil. i xwki.l has been engaged, and ia itivintr
lesnins on th Piano and Mel.jd.Kin.
IT All extensive and choice philosophical and
schta.l nppiralus, also a school and a general li
brary, huve been ordered from the Eat, aud are
exacted oil e-ui.
1 he palrous, trustees, nnd nrofeasors of the Col
lege are resolved that nothing conducive to the
best interest of th school shall be iieiileutad or
Bethel, Polk co., Dec. 24, 1850. J7tf
Dr. II. Adolphus,
Offlce-159 4t 161 Montgomery it,
Four Door from Wtthington
FOR THE CURE OF
DR. ADOI.PIIUS ha devoted the last ten
yearauf his practice 10 the care of CAronic
Dueaeeo, such a
klifumalim, Gout, Private Dhcwsci of
avury description, no mailer from
what cm hhp, or uf how lonaiand
iii!, in bold sexes, WrakllCM
in the Linck, and nil oilier
Diseafof tlin ICidtieya,
D Y S P V, P S I A ,
Liver Complaint, Scrofula,
Par a lyaia, Sti (( Joint ,
uoiiseqiicncca of youthful follies,
and .ill other complaints of long standing that the
human system is subject lo. Ladies suHering with
disease peculinr to their sex will he treated with
the uliniMt care and secrecy. They ni ly most
confidenliiilly ap ly for medical aid, ellher by let
ter nr personally ; they will lie aura to hud speedy
and permanent relief from snllerinir.
J hrougli the enormous suciiesa Hie Or haa had,
especially in the treatment of Ihe above dia. ases,
he is enabled to prom se a speedy and permanent
euro, where medical skill can p'sciljly ellect a
cure. Although the Dr. wna always uverso lo
advertising, ho had at last to submit to Ihe many
requests of his numerous patient throughout the
State, who censider it as justice to the suffering
who cau be benefited by hi treatment and advice.
Thousands of patient in Ciilil'oruia have b en
saved by his mode of treatment, nnd will certify
its superiority to any other they have ever been
treated by. j ho Dr. never us mercurial or min
eral po sons; he has more efficient substitutes of
the vegetable kingdom. He will never expect
piy where he doea not effect n complete cure.
Medicine and medical advice sent to all pari or
th States and Territories ou the Pacific count, af
ter receiving description uf the disease and it
symptoms, either iu Kuglish, German, l'ren Ii, or
Coniultntion, by letter, or pertonally, FR EE.
Valuable Property For Sale.
THE CHAMPOEO FLOUR MILL.
rnillS MILL, aitnaled about three fourth ofa
JL mile from Champocg in the midst of Hi great
grain-growing country iu Oregon, is offered for
sale. During high water in winter, flour, Ac,
can be shipped direct from th Mill. Attached
to the mill is a granary for receiving ana storing
wheat, a dwclling houae and garden for th use
of the person iu charge. Th whole property
embrace aliont ma Acars.
The machinery of the m II ia of very superior
quality, haviug been imported from Ro. hieler,
i. V. I hru are two runs 01 the tei rrencn
Burrs, and au extra patent run of smaller Burr
fer chopped feed, etc, Tho frame-work, for
strength, Ac, cannot be surpassed in Oregon, and
th null in all respect ia the beet in the Mate.
For (articular.., application should b mad to
GKU. I . ALLAH, rknmMt,
A. McK INLAY, i'Pfi
or to AMORY HOLliROOK,
Champoeg, Jan 10, l60 4ltf Oregon City.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP
milB firm of Allan, McKiolay 4 Co, hereto.
X fore carrying on buaiues uuder that till at
Oregon City, Champeeo;, and Iower Scoltsburg,
L'mpqna, i hereby dissolve by mutual coneanl.
All parties indebted lo said firm, or having olalm
upon tbem, are hereby requested lo od in Iheir
aiC.unia or make payment of the same 10 Geo.
T. Allan or Archibald McHinlay al inarapoeg,
nr Amorv 1 1 ol brook at Oregon City, who areaa
t homed to tile all aeroont connect. 4 with the
a d firm. ALLAN, MoKIKUAY m
Ctivrfiif, V'.3i,. 41V
ll1 a1 . .j. .j. am
For ruxifying tho Blood,
a.no ron tiik ciiR or
Sorufula, Mercurial Piaeasct, Kli umalilm,
Cuiaiitoti Hrnpti'.n, Stul.bori ulcer,
I,ivr conipluinf, Dyspepsia, lironcbiii,
Salt lUieuin, Lunil(iii, White Swell.
Inga, 1 1 i Dieni, Kiilaigement of
th Done and Joint, Fever
Sorea, Frmata Com.
Los of Ajipetile,
By, !!., dto.
Il tins long been a most Important desideratnnl
In the procl ce of inedicine, 10 obtain a rtnwdy
similar Iu I us, and aivonlmgly w.i find it resuneil
loalimait 1111 verailly in all IIhmb loirneuliiig di
ease of Ihe skin so trying Iu I lie palieuc, aud in
jiirion lo ihe henltli. It n atonic, ap, rieut, and
disinfeclaiit. Il act simullaiieou.ly uan the
roa acm, Ihe crsct i.ATioa, and the aowau, and
thus Hire procesnoa, w Inch are ordinarily Ih rv
suit of Tliaaa dill'erent kinds of mediei ne, are di
ned 1.11 at llio same time through tin iiutrumcn.
lality of Till o rcinediiil agent, lis great
merit is that it meet and neutralitet th active
principle of di-aw itself, and when Ihal ia gone,
Ihe symptoms necessarily disappear. Th ra
pidily with which Ihe pilirnl recover heallh and
slrenglh iimler Ihislripie iurluetice i( surprising.
Lisn Cornrv, Oregon Tor., t
Meat's. A. 11. Sc D. SMia. New Yorki Gen
tlemen, In the spring ,,( l3, while ou our way
from Indiana lo this place, our eld st hoy wa
eiied with a swelling and seven pains In lhleg
which day by day grew worse, until hie leg eon
traded, and became so painful thai he could not
Walk, and we had Iu carry him about like an Iu
faul. We reached Albany on Ihe .Id of October,
completely Worn out by fuligii. By this tim,
he wo reduced tn a perfect skeleton. Her wa
were enabled lo consult a physician (Dr. Hill),
who honestly enufrwed he cuuld uit cut him, aU
though h could give him medioin Ihat would r
lieve Ihe pain. In this exigency Mtiielhing must
be done, or death wua iuev.lahle. Being recom
mended to try your Sarsaparilla, I procured abut.
Ile. After liikii'g aunie, he aitpeared worsi but
persevering with il, 1 obta nrd a aecond boltl,
winch seemed lo grapple with the disease, and
rained a marked improvement : the swelling aud
pain iu the lege were reduced, his aHietii im
proved, and his color beg in lo roliirn. Thus
couragrd, 1 purchased a third bottle while lak
Intr it the swellings in hi leg broke, and amn
pieces of bone one elgh'h of an inch long cam
out, alter which his legs aira:ghleiied and healed
up. He ia now perfectly recovered has no ap
pearance o being a cripple, and can perform
moai kind of common lalsir, as all our uegbbor
cnu certify. Your, respectl'ullv,
Prepired and nlil by A. II. A D. SANDS,
Wholesule Drugg sta, 100 Fullou street, ournercf
William, New York.
Hold also by II. JOHNSON At Co., Sim Fran-
theoi RICE A. COFFIN, Mtrynille; R. II.
.MePU.N'Al.l) fc GO., Sacramento; and by
Da. STEICLE, Agent, Oregon City. jl4ml
(.IT THE POST-OFFICE DUILD1NGJ
HAS ou band and for sule, a wll-eltd aa
Cooks and Stationery,
comprising, in part, tho followiug:
Family Bible und Tea- Cap, letter, and Bet
Downing' Fruit nd Pens A Pea -holds,
F'ruil Tret of Amer- Sand et sand box,
ica revised edition, Tissue paper, perforated
New Masonic Trestle-
boar J a ura'lmg papal
Mitchell' and Olney a
D.idd'Cattl A. Hone
Kane' Arctic Expira
Odd Fallow' Manual,
ljuiuby' Mysteries f
Livingstone' Travel iu
Giinn's Doin. Medicine,
Sanders Old and New
Blank Bvok it Dill fa.
Snellen A Reader.
Thomson's Arithmetics, Gillespie' dc Davie'
Fulton & baslmaiis Surveying,
Book-keeping, with Slate and slate peaiila,
blanks. Dr. Ilollick'i Woiki.
II...I l.li. A. I,lli Inks. Ilk.. Jld..
all of Inch will be retailed at price oorrespaadiaf
with the lime.
1J- Don't forgel th plan ! it ia
OPPOSITE LA FOREST d BACON'S.
ALSO, FOR SALE,
Dr. Moffatt's Pills and Phoenix
Bitters, and tho Graefenbrj
wh ch are recominetided to those who wish lo live
lilllheyd. May 14, 1859.
Great Excitement I
Franco and Austria At War 1 1
rpiIE undersiirned wish to inform tb people
X of Oregon City, and th publio in general,
that he ia 11 1 peace with all III world, aad keep
constantly ou huud
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
Boots and Shoes,
0 all tortt and lixet,
which ho will sell
Cheap for Cash!
Ladie and gentlemen, you will da well to give
me a call before buying anywhere else, becau
I have the hicst and ciieapest
boots and shoes in this market ;
because I eel my boot and shoe
Direct from San Francise,
and can afford to tell cheaper than th im that bay
in Portland so that I defy competition. IT yea
will hut giro me your patronage, I will guaranty
that you can buy boot and their of me thttptr
than of any ether house in town.
Remember the place, aud max no mistakai
" CAULK POOT AND SHOP. STORK.''
Oregon City, July 16, 1859. jy29
NOTlGn, la hereby given Ihal loner of ad
ministration have been granted lo th under
signd by Ihe county court of Clackamas county,
on the !' of A. D. Footer d'-cesaed, late ot
nia county, au person iniemea 10 aia e
are required lomake immediate p.iymnlata4 aa)
person having claims against ss d esi, aN p.
qn1rd to prerent them lo me at rfcleeja
within one year from the dl of eti
ZERILOA EMERir4R fuSTKIt.
March 3, !6M7w3 Adm'm.
FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD!
McCORMICK k I'OWXALL'S
Tm. vm. m
OF TBI MTATC Of OaXCOO
IS NOW READY FOR DELIVERY TO
aubocribert and albtn.
Price Five Dollars.
Snbacriber and other ip CbjeJuajaa coaa.
tr ro B rnI'd ti lb FAwtTV m (V.,