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' wj Contention slntll we fit to iiomlimte one
of our nioitt proiioutirtd Kqiulilicuni, we
hull receira till" tlieiitlo evidence Hint
hidiamiowd it, and lmll go to work with
: to juutify that voiiflilciico in its
treng"1- " 1,10 "''",r 11
refle,,t the mime of Kdwurd llutcn, we
hall ft-el (loulilo asnimnce that the dom-
(nation of tho 1nvo power in our National
rvtuncili will fi unity cuaeo aud dvturuiiuo on
th, 4th March, 1801."
W Tho Louisville Journal, uu Ojiposl-
tion jmpr, p:
If we were called on to gum who will
b nominated for tho Prwiduncy hj the
Charlt)i Convention, we should, under
all the existing circumstance, any, with
little or no hesitation, Alexander II. Sto
veon, of Oeorgitt."
We are indebted to Tracy & Co.
for late papers from different jmrU of the
jejr Gold from Pike'i I'euk to the
amount of $95,000 was coined last your.
In Rowley, Mum., Feb. 7, 18b0, Rev. Willard
1Iolioi aged years Cither of Amory
floihrimk, H i rf ciy-
Oi tha TlH f Mnreh, I860, at Wapntoo, Or.
mttm Mr. huuc fatT, f eonsumptien. Mr. Pest
Juk.ii ia ('lienor', N. Y., iu ISIS, lis leave
sHCs mil una clitlJ in this State, nl four chil
die m MiMturi, ad aumerau friends, la mourn
x. o. o. r.
fJaioi Lnnuk No. .1 mec'. at tln'ir Hull near'
ly oppssil lli Iji"'1 OflLe, on Monday evening of
Mcll week, uieiuren in goon siuiiuiitg nre iiivueii
lastltnd. It. V. CRAW UUU, N. O
Tuos. Cuarman, Heo. 8rc'y. 3U
Multnomah Lodge No. X,
V. & A. M., holds in stated enmmiiiiica
J.o ,io" '" "a Temperance Hull, on
the Saturday pied ding llie Full Muou in rti.'li
inoutli. lirulliieu in u(Kl niiiuini; ant mviivi
UaltrnJ. A. L. J.OVEJOY, W. M.
I). W. Caio, Sec'y. 13
r3T The next rcguUr ineoting will be on Sat
. 'II lki:il
uruB) evening, .imii-'ii i'jwu.
Hint UcimtilUun i'.nuveatton.
A State r.Oiiiililicau Coiivpnlion will meet nl
Kugruo City u 1 liun.lay, lUlli day or April next
t 10 suiiH'k A. m., lr inu iioiimuiion oi a camii
dale for Ucprenentuiiva in Cuii?rena, and for llie
treiiui'liou ofuncli other bikineia oa nuiy oume lo
f.iiv the (.'Oiirclitiuu.
The lirpublicuue of tho corcnil oount'ca and all
olhera iipjiosiu lo the preaoiit ailiiuniairniioii, ana
willinir tu co-oi:f mto with them in auppoi't of the
candidate who dull there be nnm'iMted, mid who
araepperied to the prcent reckliim and pmaur ptive
pulley of tlie to called Democracy of Oregon, mill
II iu favor of a l'acific Hailio.id, and iu luvurol u
lluinratcad fur the actual wltlcm, nre invited to
wild from each county to uid conveulion dule'aten
u fulloua :
Benton 4. Claekain ".a."i, Clalsup l.Cooa I, Cur
ry l,Cdunibia 1, lniir!ai (I, ,luidoii fi, Josi phine
4, l.inn K,l.ane , .uuiinniii in i, .w.ir.on '.r. t uiK I
TilbmiK'k I, I'uij'qua I, U'aaliii.jtim -I, VafCo2,
Tlieuliorer-'proscntution U based upon the nop
alar rateuf the lust election, uHiming one delegate
for each comity cust.n" laU wtmor itnf, mi l m
for every ad.titinn.il 1:1) votes. !" . r a fractiunal
portion exci-eli'ic eighty votes in nny onunty, cmi
tlMiikli eounty to un aihlitlonal duli rj ile. A full
delrgation in reiptested.
By orJtr of the State CVn'ril Cnniinittee,
ii. v. tomtiirr,
rorllnud, M.ireh 1st, ISiiO. Chairman.
Clackamas Co, KruuliUcan I'.nnvrnllon,
The Itrpub'aeaui of Cluckamiin county, and ull
olhera opiHined tu the present acitt'nnul Admin b-
iMtion, and iu favor of aueh a H stom of mean.
urea, State aud National, ai will lend to advance
the prosperity of O. e'uii and of the whole conn
try, on-invite ! to tin el ut tho coiirt-houso in Or
egou City on Saturday, April 7, IStJ't, at 3 o'clock
r.a , for the puriw.-e of cIiiioh!iii; five ilclrgatoa to
(lie Stale convention at liugeiie tilv, and nl.-o to
elect chii l.ihitc.4, lo be iijpurted mid elected ill
June next, and do tueh other Undue ua may
come uetnre the converti -n.
It ia hoped that every precinct w'll he represent
nt, ti it is believed thai audi arraimciiioutu can
be made aa will aecure the triumph of free rinri
plea iu thia county. Amoiiy (Ioi.biiook,
C'lia'riuaii lo. Com.
Oregon City, March 12, 18C0.
l.lnn Co, Uepiihltcan Convention.
The It i publicans of Linn county lire requested
to meet in muss convention nt Albany ou Monday
tlio 3d day of April next, ut 10 o'clock a. iu., far
llie purpose of tjleetniir mile delegate to intend
the Itcpuhlican State Convention to bo held at
hugeue Cityun the 19th of April,
liy order of the county eoimiiiitce.
John CoNNun, Ch'n.
Albany, March, I860.
Marlon Co. Republican Convention.
The Republicans of Marion cimnty are requested
to meet at the court house in Salem, on Saturduv.
tin 7th April, at 1 1 o'olock, for tho purpose of
""in uaiui(r a county ticuct lor otiicca ot aianon
fouuly, alo to ntipoiut d leeates to the State con
tention to bo held nt KugiMie City, on the 19th of
April, tor llie purpose of uominuting a camlidalo
lor llie nel tongrea aud three rreaidvutial
The basis of representation is one delegate to
rery 150 votes cast at the bat election, und one
for every fraction over eighty. Marion county ia
niuea to nine delegntta,
Chairmau County Committee.
8a',em, March 1st, JSUO.
ftentai i.o. nrnnbllcan t'.onveillon.
The Republieaus and the opposition generally
e requeatad to moat at the court-house in Corva.
hi on Saturday, tho 14th of April, at 13 o'clock
to choose four delegate to represent Benton coun
ty in the Republican State convention ut Kujene
t'ltjr oo the 19th of April, and to nominate a
117 ueaei, and tranaael sugh oinur ousmesa 11
my come before the meettn j.
A.G. Hevir, Ch'n C. Cm.
March 14, 1800.
Wlilara Balsam or Wild CUtrry. The
only pure and geuuiue lialsurn is, and for the lust
twenty years has been, prepared by Seth W.
Fowu 4. Co., of I'oston; and their printed
ame, as well aa the written signature of L.
appear on tha outer wrapper. Aa you
oold amid the apurioua and hare tho geuuiue,
W'iTA'a Bauaii of Wan Ciieaar. This in
nlntble remedy ia the beat one extant for the safe,
we, speedy, and permanent cure of cough;
. ore rroo, bronchitis, aithma, pleuruy,
waawnio, croup, whooping cough, bleeding at
" pain in the treatt or tide, aud iu fact
'ery form of throat, cheat, and lung complaint,
Tbia household remedy should b la the hands
" every family and individual, aa a timely appli
J1" of it to a alight cold will cause immediat
; while case of long standing, obstinate,
ll1PrWy incur1 eheracter, will surely
IKWte ita wonderful curative power and ite
let'ej Uti0n 10 the WiUtJ 0f W,,n f'
For aal in California by Redinjton & C ,
"""7 Mnaoo 4 Ca, Charles Morr II, San Fran
Ji R. H. McDonald & Co., Sacrameuto ;
J.Unin 4Co., MaryavUle ; Smith It Dav,
'tltod, Oregon.' felSyeow
A HOLSE near the Final Sciisiii for rent.
Enq.iir at tho
OREGOX C7T BOOKSTORE.
HaniUI Har.aparllla.--Tlil nurelr vee.1,.1.1.
remedy combines in Itself llie properties of an An
tlseplio, a mild cathartic, nil J ionic. It quick
ly removes from the blood, mill olhur tlulda of tin
body, Ilia impurities n( unhealthy secretions which
engeuder uii.l feed disease, thus striking at tho
ril of the malady. Alihai.fh proved u etn-K
ciom it may be lukeu at ull limn with perfect
eafety, a U contain no powerful draelio drug to
debilitate tlx system, or mineral poison to ruiu
Prepared und aold by A. II. & I). SANDS, 100
Fulton New York. Price $1 per buttle, or
nx bottles for 95.
c P. "l""1 ,l"""lv"iw""l iii anolher column.
So.d by Uu. STEELE, Ongva Vily, and by
Druggist generally. '
1-WTOIf LETTER. remaiuiiiif iu the Tort
J Office atOregou Citv. March :tl Ihiio
Durnard II W
Muma I! F
Collins Stephen II 2
Darter Jiimea 11
Daimld-on T II
Davis U 8
Huoa David 9
Kerria J W
Hnrto'i Stephen D 2
lUniilun .Mal I,ydi
Huiulln John C
llolmun J allies
Kelly lid K
Karr J K
Markhum Mis Kliia D
Moore Mra Maria
Olds Mrs Kliinbeth 3
frutzman K U
l'ril. Iii'tt John
Ruthbun Ilnuiul B
Smith Isauo U
Swederaa S r It Frank
lin T'almadjre Charles -2
J. FI.KMlNtJ, P. Xf.
DURING my absence from tho State of Ore
gon to tlio A lluntiu Slutea, JAMES K.
KKLLY, l'q , will act aa my authorizol Agent,
and all art. done by him as audi Agent ahull be
aa valid and binding as It done by me in person.
Maroh 23d, 186U.
BROWN & BROTHER'S.
" Wash, and Bo Clc:m!"
IWOL'I.D respectfully inform the gentlemen
of Oregon City that 1 have recently fitted up
iu connection with my Barb -r Shop, where both
WARM AXD COLD BATHS
can be had ou rinsonali'e terms.
March 31, 18d0. THOMAS WARD.
Change of Husincss.
rpilli undi rn!gncd calls attention to the
X he bus leiuined Iruin 1'orlhiiid to
county for the present, preparatory to leaving for
ine ah iiittu Myites.
Those indebted to me, eitli.-r by note or book
account, are requested to couk' forward and settle
immediately, Mr. J. J. HOFFMAN, of Port
land, On iriui, is fully authorized to receive and re
ceipt for monies lor me, mid to settle necounts.
lie Whl be found ut Logan iV Sluilluck a Law Of
fice. 1 tdiull be found ot I.AFAi KITE, Ynm-
hill couutv. ThotiA in thai part of the country
w ho can nioro eoliveu ontly atten I to the business
of u settlement there, will call tip hi me.
My medicines arc for sale ut l)r. Weulherford's
Ding Ktore and alsout Smith &. DuvisV, Portland,
On gin ; uud ut the Drug Store of I )r. Steele, Or
egon I it y- W.D. IIL'TCIIINS.
March 30, IRIiO. 50
Ct ASH WILL BE PAID FOR
250 SJcad of Hoes,
Delivered at the
ISLAND MILLS IMMEDIATELY.
2?" Jlogs how'ht constantly.
A. .1. CHAPMAN.
Oregon Ci:y, March 21, 1 800. 50
and Tobacco Manufac
16 & 18 C11AMUEI13 ST.,
(Formerly 43 Chatham atroct, New York,)
WOULD call the espenial utteiition of Gro
cersatid ilrurmsts to his removal, and also
the articles of his manufacture, viz :
Maccnljiv, Di migroi,
Fine Rnppe, Pure Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Nuchitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen.
Scotch, l-rcsh Scotch,
Hiizh Toast Scotch, Irish High Toast,
Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, or Luudyfoot.
suoKixa. nxr cut ciiewino. smokino.
No. 1, P. A. L., or plain, St. Jugo,
No.2. Cavendish, or aweer, spauisD,
Nos. li.2 mix'd, Sweet-scented Oronoco, Canister
Kitefoot, Tin roil Cavendish, l'ure lurkish.
A Circular of Trices will be sent on application.
N. B. Nolo the new art.cle of rreA Scotch
Suuff, which will be fouud a auperior article for
dipping purpniea. mh!7m3dl2
Salo of XLc.U Estate.
"TOTICE ia hereby given that by virtue of a
ll license to me issued by the couiify Court of
Vaniloll eouiltv. Slate of Oreiron, I Will offer for
sale to tho highest bidder for cash iu hand, on the
7th day of April, ltJdl', at ten o'clock a. u., the
real cstat belonging to the minor heir of Martha
Ann Savage, tha same being the undivided half of
the portion set apart by lb Land OlBce to th
wife uf Albert Savage of th dunation of said
Albert Snvag and Martha A. Savage hi wife,
lying in T. 3 south, R. 3 west, see. ys, aud con
tuiniuir 1CU acre. The sale will take place on th
premises. ALli&m SAinuL,
Alarch 17, Isou-4'JWJ uuaniiaa.
OLDIERS, TEAMSTERS, SAILORS,
for their uidows or orphan children,)
who served in any wara or Little; either in CalU
forni or elsewhere, prior toSJirch 3d, J S55, or
faeir children tcho were under 21 year at that
date, or sailora whoaerved on the coaat of Califor
nia in tha Mexican war. will do well to address as.
Claim that have been rejected in th hands of
other agent, have been auvcuafutly obtained by
us. Agent acting for us, liberally paid. Land
warrants bought and sold to order, and all bosi
neaa requiring an ageut at Washington, attended
ia It. Ii. LLOYD & CO., Attorney for
Claim, Pension, Bounty Land, tie.. Reference
lo any of tb head ot Uepanineui. i
PORT LAS D, OREOOX.
J. C. Hawthorne, A. 1YI. leoryea,
PiivttciA.i. 16y Slrgeos.
AINSWORTH & DIERDORFF.
VV A H B .NOW OPENING
rr a. . . .
Ifow Tire-Proof Brick,
mhui A.iu WKI.L-AS.SOI1TKD STOCIC OF
OtiXKRA I MEIICJIANDISE.
F..l;- ...r...i , .
. vt.,., rvusciiy secure aguum lire, w Will now
Offer Greater Imluefmtntt than tver
to in public. V t are constantly In receipt of
elected with tha grenteat care (aa to prices and
quality), and are confident that our facilities will
euable ua to otter ami r ( goods
AT PORTLAND PRICES I
(freight on), and woulj advise all those visiting
this oily lo purchase goods, lo axumine our slock
and price before nurchasinir elsewher.
have, and are just receiving, an invoice of
consisting in part of the following articles Cuche
co, Pacific, Dudley, Coiiesteirn, Sprugue, Philip
nnen, run iiivcr, .Merrnnoc, iinggs, and liunier
ous other choice PRINTS, all late ttulest Kne
lull i: French merino. Lvouese cloth, mohair and
other Debaze ; braze, wool, &. muslin de laine,
black, blue, purple, Sl pink meriuos, fancy plaids,
jaconet, book, swiss, V mull muslin, ludus emb.
seta, culture, hdkfa & skirtn, dieaa & bonnet trim.
iiiiuga, French & domestic ginghuiiia, French
luwna from 12) to 25c, blue, mixed, A- grey sati
net, wool & cotton jean, cottonadv, bleached and
bruwu sheeting from 3-4 to 10-4 wide, brown and
bleuched drills, dc iii in", hickory shirting; Silesia,
marine, hrown, and Irish linen, uankeeu. dianer.
aud crash, a large lot of liueu aud thread lace
and edging, hosiery, iVo.
MEWS 4- J5 OVS' CLOTHING
Dluc, black, and brown cloth cuata : 10 doz blk
cloth vests, 5 duz white and bull" Marseilles do.,
velvet and satiudo.; 30 doz satinet pants, doeskin
and fancy cassiincre do, 30 duz merino and cotton
uudershirts, grey, blue, Sl black cloth over coals,
with a general assortment of geul' furnishing
BOOTS A SHOES.-.Men, boys', and
youths' boots; ladies', misses', and children's me
rocco, goat, kid, and calf Congress boots, with it
without heels; ladies kiu slipper.
Rio and Java coffee, bluck and green tea, N. O.
China, llutuvia Island, Ca). refined, aud cruahed
sugar, E. Boston, Cul., aurar-house, t irolden syr
up; suit, 5 to OlU lb sks; 100 kes nails, aasdsizca;
Hill's pule, chemical, it English soap, soap pow
ders, powder, shot, 4 lead; yeast powder, salera
tux, creum turtur, smoking 4 chewing tobacco,
green corn, prat, tomatoes, straw and blackber
ries, in 2 lb tins; spice, pepper, und cassia, pearl
barley, innccnroui, vermicelli, corn starch, alm
onds, walnuts, Brazil nuts, raisins, Chili peaches,
dried fruit; mackerel, in qr L till bbls; sardmea.
A hue asMirliueutof
CROCKERY $ l ABLE CUTLERY t
20 erutes assorted Ware,
40 doz steel picks,
30 Dutch t Hdla hoes,
White Lead, Oil, and Window Glass;
with a variety of other articles usually kept.
U" We will pay cash fur wheat, flour, bacon
butter, egt;s, and almost everything th farmer
has lo sell.
Oregon City, Aptll 16, 18."8.
NEW surrLY OF
Choice Young Hyson Tea,
Chemical Olive Soap,
For sale, CHEAP FOR CASH, nt
Fob. 4. 1860. Oregon City.
4 X ASSORTMENT OF SCHOOL AND
Foraaleat CHS. POPE'S Orison City
CHEAP FOR CASH.
JXCall and examine them Feb. 4, 18C0,
TTTHEN tho atoge ot water permit, one of
H thite boats wll leave CAN K.MAII Tor
CORVALLIS VIV7CJJ A WEEK. For
EUGENE CITY once a week. The publio
will be advised uf the regular days for starting.
m Mure boat will be run if the business de
Freight and passage at usual rates.
Oregon City, Nov. 1, 18,'i9-mS Agent.
THE NEW YORK KEROSENE OIL CO.
ANNOUNCE that, having made great im
provements in the manufacture of Kerosene,
they are now euabled to offer it to the Trade at
A REDUCED PRICE.
Tim attention of consumer ia respectfully called
to the subjoined table, the result of a photometrical
examination, by Ed'o N. Kent, Esq., of New
York, Chemist, aud dated Feb. 3, lboti.
6 S Jp
a s o s
b jr. to e-. lute tit of Light.
V ti u tc f5 x
u ic .
u"xl4rji.i from an equal
c ?. " -J " measure of Oil.
as - - - Prii e of the Oil
ii3c per Gallon.
;. - '
Uost of an equal
s -j s t amount of LighL
Reliable order from the Trade, by Mail or Tel
egraph, filled, on application to
93 Pearl St., New York.
KEROSENE is also lo be obtained at the Man
ufacturers' price, of all the New York Wholesale
Droggials, Grocers, Cauiphrne aud Burning Fluid
Manufacturers and Dealers in Lamps.
A'. B.K EROS EXE is the trade mark of the
Kerosene Oil Ca., and all persons ore cautioned
against using tie said trade mark fur other oils.
December lTih, le59. 3Guu3
rrniE firm of La Forest k B-ni having beert
X dissolved by mutual consent. I hereby inform !
my friends and customers that I w ill continue tai- j
es at the old stand. E- LA FOREST, i
Oregon City, June 25, 15'J. j
J. It. HAIisTON,
WHOLESALE $ RETAIL DEALER IN
Is now In receipt of
NSW GOOD ft
elected with much care In San Francisco.
T have just received
ex Northernsr and
Brother Jonathan, French, Eugliah, it
bleached lieotiuga and long clothe, plain . barred
inualiu, do do snip muslin, Victoria lawn, brown
heelinga fe shirtings, hickory stripe, deuims, drill
aud snip duck.
linen damask, white damask, table covers, Ru.
liau tuwela, aud crash.
white, yellow, red, grey, 4 blue, plain and twill
ed, plain 4 figured satinets, janes, cotlonades.
Wuol liusey beautiful styles blunkcts, white,
red, blue, 4 grey.
II o e I r jr t
ladies', misses', aud children's brown, slate, and
mixed hoe gculs' and boya' wool and coltou
Boots and Shoes:
a large lot iciits'fine, medium, ami coarse hoots
4 shoes, Itfdioa' and mioses' calf sIiik, gaiters, 4
slippers, bay' boot 4 shoes, oliiljrens' shoes,
fancy and plum.
Ha r dw a r e:
Pocket knives, pruning and bud
ding knives, kuives and forks,
8CLssora aud shears, butts and
screws, strap hincres, door locks,
variety of styles and patterns,
hand saws, tenou saws, compass
saws, bench planes, chisels, au
gers, auger bitts, axes, hatchets,
hammers, shovels, hoeSj potato
rakes, brads, tacks, finishing nails,
cut nails, wrought nails, horse
Sugar, coffee, tea, syrup, salt, spice, sosp, soap
powders, caudle, salcrutus, yeast powdcni, cream
tartar, soda, eul soda, indigo, clothes pin, scrub
brushes, paiut bruahea, brooma, dust brushra,
baud bellow, wooden paila, wash tub, aud wash
PJ1TJYTS $ OILS:
White lead, red lead, Vcn. red, Prussian blue,
chrome yellow, chrome green, burul aud raw um
bel, yellow 4 bluck paint, Vandjke brown, T. D.
Sienne ami assorted colored smalls,
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
Polar oil, lurd oil, fish oil, tanuenV oil, China nut
oil, Slo., &.O.
We will be receiving by every stoamcr addi
tions to our present extensive stock, and FARM
ERS and other will find it to their advantage to
call and examine our goods and price before buy
ing elsewhere Terms, CASH.
J. K. RAlJSTON,
Corner Main d Fifth sr.
Oregon City, October 1, 1859. 25
HAS opened a new store on Main street,
Near the foot of the hill, North of the little
Ilia friends and the publio arc invited to call
and examine his stuck of goods, consisting of a
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware,
Medicines, etc., tc,
All of which are offered cheap for cash.
Oregon City, August 20, 1859.
D. D. STEPHENSON,
DENTIST, has removed Ilia office to the
City Iliiuk Store,
where he is prepared lodo all work in his line.
He hue alto an assortment of Patent Medi
cine; which cun be had at I'urtluud prices, and
Dentifrice, that be will warrant not to injure the
teeth, but make tho breath sweet and keep the
gums in a healthy condition. T'ho.ie who deal in
that Hue are invited to cull and examine for theni-
sdves. lie will shortly have
Fancy Soaps and Perfumery,
and various other notions that nr so much need
ed here. Oregon City, Jan.i, 1S60.
SAMUEL P. DUZ AN,
House C ar pente r,
Jobber and Turner.
SHOP over ROSSI o Co.' FOUNDRY.
PATRONAGE OF OREGON CITY AND
neighborhood resiiectfully solicited.
Oregon City, Jan. 21 , 1860.
J. B. PAINTER,
(LATE o'MtABA 4 FAINTER)
Type, Presses, Printing Material,
And Printers' Stock generally,
133 Clay street, near Sausome,
45yl San ancico.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that Clark P.ogera,
executor of tho estate of J. B. Rogers, late
of Yamhill county, State of Oregon, deceased,
ha filed his accounts for final settlement, and the
first Monday in April uext ia appointed for th ex
amination and adjustment of tho mine at the
court-house in Lafayette in said county.
iiy order or the court.
March 7, 1860. 40w4
WJI. FAILKSCK A M.,
133 Sausome street, corner of Merchant,
UtT Printer are invited to make our acquaint-
A - C
GEO. A. NOBLE, A.M. & M.D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office NEXT DOOR TO MR. CAU
F I ELD'S STORE,
NEAR THE lliweil.
N.B- Family Med'cine prepared in the most
careful manner, and alwaya o hand.
Oregon City March 26, lR59m3
Atth CITY BOOKSTORE.
4 LARGE quantity of GOOD SCHOOL
XI - HOOKS for sale at less than are sold for in
Oregon. Produc taken (of thorn.
CITY DOOK iTORE
Main St., opposite (ho. Abernethy dt Co.'s,
al OOT KOOMi FITTED UP with
IT CLEAN and comfortable BEDS.
t... .1.. ... !..! I.ilu Ae !. lif
U( I), W;iMI VWIIllllVUH.iVH wi
Our DINING HALL I U finest In Oregon,
our fur food, and charge reasonable.
Single meals, oyster suppers, and suppers far
parties got up on short notice, iuths neatest man.
Board par week, without lodging, $5 00
" by th day, and lodging, 1 50
Single meals, 50
Night's lodging, 50
Oct. 22, 1 H.VJ. E. D. KELLY, Proprietor.
Corner Third and Water sreeis, opposite the
M111E traveling public ant respectfully
1 invited to sive me call.
The Oreiron House 1 Id most picas-ml
antly located hotel in the Stale, aud ha beeu so
riaiiitcl as to make it one uf III must cummodi
ous honres in the country.
THE TABLE will alway b supplied with
tlie best that the market s Herds.
Good accoimuuditlioii forladie and families.
Hoard and lodging, per week
Board, without lodging, per week.
Board per day, with lodging ,
May 7, 1859.
cAi.ENUAa roa tiik YKAa 1859-60:
rpilE College year commence th fint Monday
JL in September, and la divided Into four quar
tor uf eleven weeks each.
T'h commencement ia held en th 4th of July,
wnen tne yearly vacation ensues.
Professors Natiianikl Hudson, A. M. ; Lavi
L. Rowusu, A. M.
tus is or tuition raa quarts t
Common English Branche $ 5 00
bnghidi Analysis, Higher Arillunetio,
liouk-keeplug, History, and Elementary
Algebra i 00
Nulurul Philosophy, Botany, Geology', and
Chemistry, Intellectual aud Moral Phi
losophy, Rhetoric aud lxigio 8 00
Elementary Oeomelry, Surveying, Algebra,
Higher Malhciintlics, Latin, Greek, and
French Languages, and Ssnior Class of
Nor. Dep., 10 00
Convenient arrangement can be made fur beard
at reasonable rates.
Uookaused iu the school can be obtained at III
College building at cash price.
A Normal iJepurlment has been organized, up
on the plun uf the N. Yurk State Normal School,
with particular reference lo preparing young ladies
and gentlemen for teaching. Thia department ia
in practical and successful ujieratiun.
Prof. N ewki.l has been engaged, and is giving
lessons on the Piano and Melodcon.
ITT An extensive aud choice philosophical and
school apparatus, also a school and a general li
brary, have beeu ordered from tho East, aud are
expected un soon.
The pulrons, trustees, and professors of the Col
lege are resolved that nothing conducive to tho
best interest of the school shall be neglected or
Bethel, Polk Co., Deo. 24, 1859. 37lf
Dr. II. AdolpIniSj
Office-189 Jt 101 Montgomery st,
Four Doors from Washington,
FOR THE CURE OF
Chro ii i c Diseases.
DR. ADOI.PIIUS has devoted the last ten
years of his practice to the care of Chronic
Diseases, such as
Rheumatism, Gout, Privnto Diseases of
every description, no matter from
what ctiiiap, or of how long aland
in;;, in bitli rpxcs, VVenknraa
in (lie Duck, and alloibor
Diseases of llie Kidneys,
Liver Complaint.', Scrofula,
N E II V O U S AFFECTION,
cotifc(iictices of youthful folltea,
and .ill other complaints of lung standing that the
huinun system is subject lo. Ludiessuflering with
discuses peculiar to their sex will be treated with
the utmost care and secrecy. They may moat
confidentially ap ly for medicul aid, either by let
ter or personally ; they will be sura to find speedy
anil permanent relief from euft'ering.
Through the enormous success llie Ur. has had,
especially in the treatment uf the above diseases,
he ia enabled to promise a speedy and M rmuiieiit
cure, where medical skill can possibly ellect a
cure. Although the Dr. was alwaya averse to
advertising, he had at lust to submit to the many
requests or his numerous patient throughout the
State, who consider it as justice to the suffering
who can be benefited by his treatment and advice.
Thousuuds of patients in California have been
aaved by hia mode of treatment, and will certify
its superiority to any other they have ever been
treated by. The Or. never uses mercurial or min
eral poisons) he has more efficient siihalilutc of
the vegetable kingdom. He will never expect
pay where he doea not effect a complete cure.
Medicine and medical advice aent to all parte or
tha States and Territories on the Pacific coast, af
ter receiving description uf tha disease and it
symptoms, either in English, German, Fren. h, or
Consultation, by letter, or personally, t KLt..
Valuable Property For Sale.
THE CHAMPOEO FLOUR MILL.
r III IIS MILL, situated about three fourths uf a
JL mile from Champocg in the midst of the great
grain-growing country in Orrgon, is offered for
sale. During high water in winter, flour, cVc.,
can be shipped direct from the Mill. Attached
to the mill ia a granary fur receiving and storing
wheat, a dwelling house and gurden for the una
of the person ill charge. The whole prajierty
embraces about riva acres.
The machinery of the mill is of very superior
quality, having been imported from Rochester,
.. Y. there are two runs or the best rrench
Hum, aud an extra patent run of entailer Burr
fer chopped feed, Ua, Tho frame-work, for
strength, Alc, cannot be surpashed in Oregou.and
th null in all respect ia the beat in the Stat.
ror .articular, application should b mad to
GEO. T. ALLAN,
A. McKINLAY, tlumpoeg.
orlo AMORY IIOLBROOK,
Champoeg, Jan. 10, lHuQ 4llf Oregon City.
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP
riMIE firm of Allan, McKiulay 3c Co., hereto
1 fure carrying on business under that title at
Oregon City, Chainpeeg, aud Luwer Scottsburg,
Umpqua, w h'reby dissolve by mutual consent.
All parties indebted to said firm, or having claim
upon tbem, re hereby requested to send in their
aceonnts or make payment of the same to Geo.
T. Allan or Archibald McKiulay at Champneg,
or Amory 1 1 ol brook at Oregon City, who are au
thorized lo settle all account connected with the
aa d firm. ALLAN, MrKINLAY 4 Co.
Champoe,', Dej. 3TI , 1;5J. 4llf
For Purifying the Blood,
AND FOK Till CUES OT
Scrofula, Morottriol Diirnica, lilieumatiim
Cutaneous Kruptinns, SluLbora ulcrra,
Li vr complaint, Dyspepsia, Hroncbiiiv
Salt RltPuin, Lumbsgo, Whito Swl.
inga, Hip Diarnie, Knlatgtmeut of
tha llonci mid Joint). Fam
8ores, PrmaU Com
J.oa of Aipllle(
Pi tuples, llilea,
It has lung been a most Important desideratum?
In the practice of medicine, tu ubtain reined
similar lo thia, and accordingly w.i find it resorted
to almost universally In all thus tormenting dis'
eases of the skin so trying tu the atieuc. aud iu'
jurioua to the health. It la a tumc, aperient, and
disinfectant. Il acta simultaneously upou th'
tuxacii, th cracixATiuN, and tho iowkij, and
thus three processes, which are ordinarily the re
sult of three different kinds of medicine, are ear.
ried on at the lame lime throngh tlio irrslrurnoa
luhty of this o.sa remedial agent, lit great
merit is that il meet and neutralises lit aeliv
principle of disease itaelf, and when that ia gone,
the rympbims necessarily disapjieur. The ra
pidity with which the patient recover health and
strength under this triple iuttuence is surprising.
Linn Count, Oregon Ter.,
March II, 1853.
Mcssts. A. II. & D. Sanisj, New York s Gen
tlemen, In the spring uf 1853, while on our way
from Indiana to thia place, our eld.-at boy was
aeized with a swelling aud severe pains in the leg
which day by day grew worse, until hia legs Sou
traded, and became so painful that he Could nel
wulk, and we had lo carry him about like an iu
fant. We reached Albany on the 3(1 of October,
completely worn uut by fatigue. Ily this time,
he was reduced to a perfect skeleton. Her we
were enabled lo consult a physician (Ur. Hill),
who honestly confessed he could not cuie him, al
though he could givo him mediciue that would re
lieve the pain. In this exigency something must
be done, ur death was Inevilubl. Being recom
mended lulry your Sursuparilla, I procured a bot
tle. After hiking some, he appeured worse; but
persevering with it, 1 obtained a second bottle,
which seemed to grapple with the disease, and
censed a marked improvement : the swelling auJ
pain iu the lega were reduced, his apcti'e im
proved, and his eulor begin lo rulurn. Thus en
couraged, I purchased a third bottle ( while tak
ing it. the swellings in hi lega broke, and sum
pieces of bone one eighth of an Inch long cam
out, after which hi legs straightened and healed
up. He i now ierfeclly recovered hoa no ap
pearance ol being a cripple, and oun perform
moat kindaof common labor, as all our ue.ghbor
cun cortify. Yours, respectfully,
Prepared and told by A. B. .f D. SANDS,
Wholesale Druggisls, 100 Fullou street, corner of
Willium, New Yurk.
Sold also by II. JOHNSON A. Ca., San Fro
eisco; RICK & COFFIN, Murysoills; H. IL
MuDONALl) ft. CO., Sacramento; and by
Dr. STEKI.E, Agent, Oregon City. jl4mt
(AT tltE POST-OFFICE BUILDINGJ
HAS on hand and fur aula, a well-selected aa'
Books and Stationery,
comprising. In parti the followiugi
Family Bibles and Tes- Cap, letter, aud uol
Downing' Fruit and Pool & Pea-holders,
Fruit Tree of Amer- Sand & saud boxes,
lea revised edition, Tissue paper, perforated
New Masonic Trestle-
board a drafting papal
Odd Fellowa' Manual,
Mitchell's ami Oluoy'a
Geographic aud At'
Padd'aCuttle Av flors
(Juinliy'a Mysteries of
Livingstone's Travel In
tions, Blank Books it Bill Pa'
Guiin' Dom. Medicine,
Sanders' Old and New
Snellen iV Reader.
Thomson's Arithmetic, Gillespie's it. Davies'
Fulton & Eastman's Surveying,
Hook-keeping, with Slates and slate pencil,
blanks, Dr. tlolhck'a Work,
Red, blue, it blk Iuk, &0., iu).,
all of which will be retailed at prices otirrespndias
with the lime.
IT Don't furget th place ! it is
OPPOSITE LA FOREST d BACON'S.
ALSO, FOR 8 A LB)
Dr. Moflutt's Pills and Phoenix
Bitters, and tho Graefenberjf
which are recommended to these who wish tn litre)
till they die. May 14, 1859.
France and Austria At War ! I
nil IB undersigned wishes t Inform the people
X of Oregon City, and the public iu general)
that he is ut peace with all the world, and keep
constantly on hand
A FINE AflSOKTMENT OK
Boots and Shoes,
of all sorts' and Sites,
Which he will sell
Cheap fof Cash!
Ladies ami gentlemen, you will do well to five)
me a Call before buying anywhere else, because
I have the best and CiiEAP&st
boots and shoes in this market
because I get my boots and slide
Direct from San Francisaa,
and can afford to sell cheaper than th ise that Mf
in Portland so that I defy competltidit. If yoej
will but tfivo me your palronaoa, I will guaranty
that you cau buy hoots and shoes of me cheaptt
than of any oilier house iu town.
Remember the place, and make no mistake!
" EAOLE BOOt AN0 SltOB iTORE."
Oregon City, July 16, 1859. jy29
NOTICE is hereby given thai letters of ad
ministration have been granted to th under-
signed by th county court of Claerna county,
on the estate of A. D. Foster deceased, lute of
aid county. All persons indebted to said tat
are required to make immediate payment, and all
persona having claims against ti.a estate ar re
quired to present them to ni HI my re-idenoe
within one year rrom tn nam ni inn nwine.
ZEKILDA EM BRINK FOSTER,
March 3, !HtiO-47w3 Adm't.
&a d 3 a & 3 ETi!
FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
McCOIlMICK & POW N ALL'S,
lTOr TUK HTVfK UV OfAt.UO JfcJ
IM NOW READY FOR DELIVERY TOk
subscriber and ethers.
Price Five Dollars.
t jf- Subscriber, and other in Oackaina enajei.
ly can be euppl e l by the l'tiater at O'goa