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" AT at Elof.se City. We learn
.h.t en Fridy evening of last week Trof.
Uv' . . n..l...l.!..
tore". Principal " vumKc,
inj taken umbrage ot something that
Ml published about liiin in the People
j,rft,i maJo n assault on the editor, B.
j pjngni, Exq., firing nt Mm with one of
Colt'i five-shooter. Poiigrn, not liking
incb treatment, pitched into the Profeuor,
knockw niuu"" ..---
jireliiwevere trouncing, wheu the by
Xliii Rvan l Priucijml o( Columbia Col-
lwrt Enscne City, auJ took quite an ac
nart in the lute cuiivom in fuvor of tho
Democratic ticket in that county, for which
hi wai pretty severely handled by the
Press. If firct'to'11 f Columbia Col
leg, wish it to prosper, they will speedily
dinpeoM with all political Professors. Tuke
warning from the condition of the Missouri
State University n few yeurs ago. Presi
idout Sliunnon devoted most of his time
te teaching prosltivcryisin, mid cnine ncur
roiuiing tliut once noble Institution into the
ground. Benton pounced down on him, and
the obnoxious rroicssor wus removcu
Thk Wounded Aux. I ail. Lurlcy
whose left arm was shot away by the pre
mature discharge of tho euiinoii in this
place last week, is getting along finely and
ll I well in a few dnys. The cuse of
Mr. Ilow, who lost his right arm, is different.
He is a man' well advanced in years, prob
ably Gfty-Gvc, and at his nge the process of
healing is necessarily slow. He lies now
ie a very critical condition, ns we ure
informed tliut on Thursday evening tho
ituinp of bis arm had not commenced
- benlingr, although a week had clusped since
the injury look place.
'iJy the way, the Portland Daily News
made a slight mistake in saying that the
accident occurred at a Ilepubllcun ratifica
tion meeting. It took place at a Demo
cratic jollification meeting. The News will
please correct. Ou Saturday, a subscription
was started among the Democracy lor the
relief of the injured men, and a small sum
raised. Col. Kelly, with ruiscworthy
l.bcrallly, contributed fifty dollars.
Joist Sknator. We are glad to learn
that Win. Lognn proposes to contest the
seat of Col. Kelly in the Senate from this
District, aud has given notice of the taking
of testimony at an curly day. Wo lenrn
from reliable sources that nt the Cascade
precinct, where Kelly had 45 majority,
there are not twenty legal voters, and of
these the largest ortion voted against
Kelly. Tha illegal voters came from
Washington Territory. A similar state of
tilings existed in the Walln-Wiilla precinct.
, We think there is no doubt that Logan
will secure his scat by a large majority.
tST The Rival, the new steamer of
Dement & Hedges, made a trial trip one
ilsy this week to a point below Oswego.
We learn that everything ubout the boat
worked to a charm. She is is to be
officered as follows: Geo. A. Pease, Cup
tain; J. II. Bacon, Clerk; nnd II. Me
Dcrmott, Engineer all popular men.
We nre informed that tho Rival will
make a pleasure tiip to Vancouver on the
Fonrtb, it everything is favorable. To
render the trip agreeable, it will perhaps be
necessary to start early In the morning,
ay eight o'clock. Passage free.
W Sands' Sarsaparii.la, advertised in
another column, is said to be be pcculinrly
, beneficial to expel morbid humours, Stru
; mouj and Scrofulous, to prevent the d'ufig
orcment of pustules, pimples, aud other
ruptions upon the ekin. There are many
persons who need such a remedy. Why
should they neglect to avail themselves
Salem. The citizens of Salem are ma
king extensive arrangements for celebrating
, the Fourth in that place. There will be a
procession, an oration, nnd display of
fire-works. Prof. Xewell's Floral Concert
" will take plac in the afternoon. A rich
treat is offered. '1 '" ,,...
We learn that James Winston,
.11., County Clerk elect of this county,
w sererely injnred by a iricioas cow at
Mr. Noborn's ' near Clackamas bridjre,
n Thursday afternoon last. The wounds,
though severe, are not dangerous.
Water Works. Pipe bag been laid
'rem the cisterns on Maiu Street, to as to
nect with the hydraulic ram at Mr.
Harvey's mill. By this meong, the cisterns
" kept filled with water, and a beautiful
jt thrown np In front of Milwain's Store.
Ex sctted. Philip George, convicted of
nnrdfr, m hong at Corvallis, on Friday,
Jane 22. The Union says a larje number
f persona were in attendance, great many
whom were women and children.
This Foihtii. Tho band of Hope Intend
Having a pie-ule near town soniewhero on
the Fourth, Wo suppose there will bo uo
other public recognition of the day In
V9 The bell for the Congregotional
Church In this city arrived this week, and
bus been hung up in the belfry. It weighs
lid pound, and has a fine tone.
ftajr The Republicans of TamMl! Intend
having a grand ratification mooting at
Ihproveukkt. Work bos been com
nienecd on Main Street, between Seveuth
Dki.ivqi.-ent. E. M. Hull, Hurrisbnnr
Thurston) P.O., Linn county, owes this
!Iko $14 for subscription.
F- Theodore Parker died at Florence.
Ituly on the 1 1 tit of alny.
OnEiiox Citv Market. Whnnr 4n .,
Si; flour, $5 a $0; potntoes, 25c; outs,
ouuer, z;ic; union, isoioc; eggs, 20c.
Goods Cheaper than
rTYAKES this method of informing hi friend
X aud 111" public generally llmt he
Jo a home nearly
Opposite his old Stand,
(where he hit commenced business with hi bro
ther uuder the ulyle uf
Brown & Brother,
who will always Ke happy to wait on their old
friends and customer ill the way of allowing llicm
Goods of the Very Best Quality,
wliich. having been bought low in San Francisco,
from tho lutgest imjKirlcrs iu Califorui, Ihry are
uble to sell
as cheap as
CAN BE SOLD
They will also cousluntly receive
Goods by Every Steamer.
Their stuck consist of
ALL KINDS OF
GENTLE M EN'S
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
3 2B H7 Si Hi 31 Y ,
Our main ulj ct by Ihia notice is to inform the
public Unit we ure buuud to aril goods
As low aa they can be bought in
Portland, and no mistake.
If this is doubled, wo have only to say, cull and
satisfy yourselves. Lndies nnd gentlemen will al
ways be welcome, and w.ll bo wuiied on with
To the Farmers
WE WOULD SAY
Look for the sign of
BROWN 6 BROTHER,
and don't leave town till you give us a call.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN
in exchange for Govdt. Oregon City, June 23.
-T--TWI? !. K.,.lm mtfM tJtnt I trill
sell at public sale to the liisheat bid- "
A. . rrM JTnlv 97. I860. 11
ni ine uiue 01 vj. .v. u. mi-.,,, iH.iju.iii
I'recinet, two miles below Geo. W. Juckoon'a
Tun-Yard, in Cluckaiiias county, the following
320 ACRES OF LAND,
with some improvements, and
THREE FINE AMERICAN MARES,
One three-yrar old Hone, and yearling
Coltealeo Thirty or Forty head of COWS
and BEEF CATTLE and alto
320 Acrei of Land near Mnlalla Prairlf,
known as lha Abbott claim. Tha said cla'mliss
a 6ne yoong ORCIIAKI), with oilier improve
ments. TERMS CASH. The sale to enmrnenre at
10 o'clock a. . C. A. B. PATTERSOX.
June 16, I8i50. 10w4
GEO. E. COLE,
(succcseot to w. h. srencta,)
1ROX, STEEL, AXLES, SPRLVGS,
Mechanic' Tools, Agricultural Imple
FoT Snrr PORTLA-ND.
ORDERS SOLICITED. 52
IF TOU WAXT AXY
Fin e Clothing,
BROWN & BROTHER'S.
J. 11. RALSTON,
WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALER IN
is now in receipt of
selected with much caro iu Suu Francisco.
Iliava just receivd e Norlhrriier aud
BioihtT Jomuhuii, IVencli, English, o:
bleached sliMting and lon clolhs. plain 4 barred
muslin, do do snip innJin, Vkltrta lawn, brown
ahwlings a ahiniugs, hickory stripe, deuime, drills
aud ship's duck.
linen damask, white damask, Uible covers, Rut.
siau towels, ami crash.
while, yellow, red, grey, a blue, pluiii and twill.
"um a nitureu sunuotn, Junes, collonuiles,
ol hnsey-beaulirul sljles-bluiikcU, wh.le,
1, blue, a grey.
II o a 1 1' r f I
niilSMS. ailfl ellil.lpnV kMn mtmlm ...J
miied h giuls' aud buys' wool aud cotton
Boots and Shoes:
a tarn hit gnls' fine, medium, and coarse boots
shoes, IrduV and inlaws' calf slnws. vaitrra. i.
slippers, boys' boots a shoes, oliildrens' shoes,
fauoy and pluin.
II a r dw arc:
Pocket knives, pruninc and bud
ding knives, knives and forks.
scissors aud shears, butts and
screws, strap hinges, door locks,
variety ot styles and patterns,
hand saws, tenou saws, compass
saws, bench planes, chisels, au
gers, auger bitts, axes, hatchets,
atnmers, snovels, hoes, potato
rakes, brads, tacks, finishing nails,
cut nails, wrought nails, horse
Sugars, coflre, tea, eyi up, suit, spices, soap, soap
iiuoi, vauiiirn, Kuicrmns, yean jwwafrif, cream
oii.ifwini pa, nvun, iiiiiikii, ciDlliri p IIB, SCrllU
rushes, paint brushrs, brooms, dunt bruthes,
and bellows, wooden nails, wash tubs, and wanh
PAINTS $ OILS:
White lead, red lend, Ven. red, Prussian blue.
chrome yellow, chrome irri'en, burnt nnd raw um
bel, yellow a black paint, Vmnhke brown, T. O.
Sienna and assorted colored unulls,
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
Polar oil, lard oil, Huh oil, tunuera' oil. China uut
oil, 4-c, 4.0.
We will be receiving by every ateamor addi
inns to our preMiit enteimive stock, and KAKM-
EltS and others will find it to their advantage lo
cull and examine our f'eds and nires liel'mo buy
ing elsewhere. Terms, CASH.
J. It. ItAUTUX,
Corner Main J- F tj'lh ett.
Oregon City, October 1, 1859. 25
F YOU WISH
....AT A LOW PRICE....
BE SURE TO CALL AT THE STOUE OF
BROWN 4 BROTHER.
BOOKS ! BOOKS!
AT THE OREGON CITY BOOK STORE,
consisting of. ....
Standard Religious, Miscellan
eous, and roeLical works,
Waverly and Dickens's Novels,
fec., tfce., fcc.
Stationery, of all kinds, etc.
April 28 D. D. STEPHENSOX.
KUAXCIS D. HODGSON, A. M., PaixcirAi.
Mrs. Mahv Hodgson, Teacher Ornamental
Miss Louisa Bsuvman, Tearhrr Inetiumental
Miss Akaminta Hunsakck, Axisiant, English
rjMIE 2d quarter will commence May M, 1SC0.
The facilities for inslruetion in this school are
superior, and the terms mora n.cderate than any
ehool in tne country.
An experienced Music Teacher has been en-
Embroidery and Fancy Keedlo-wotk taught
Scho'ars will be ndmilted it any time, and
charged only for the number of weeks in attend
ance. April zi, isou-a
A HOUSE near tho FtMALE Siminarv for rent.
Enquire at the
OREGON CITY BOOKSTORE.
Feb. 4, 16U0. 44
MR. POST'S school is nol going lo stop in three
weeks. We are ready to receive pupils at
any lime, and our charges will be aa low as any
oilier school. J. D. POST.
Oregon City, April C,l SCO. ii
D. D. STEPHESSO.N,
DENTIST, haa removed his office to the
Ciry Book Store,
where he is prepared to do all -ork In his line.
He has also an assortment ot raiem meat
ttmi which ran Irfi had at Portland Prices, aud
Dentifrir.e, that he will warrant not to injur llie
leeih, but make tho breath sweet and keep the
healihv condition. Those who deal in
that hue are invited to cnll and examine for them-
elves, lie will shortly hsve
Fancy Soape and Perfumery,
ind various other not ooi that are so much need
d bers. Oregon City. Jan. 21,1 SGtl.
TnE firm of L Forest A. Baeon hating been
diascleed by mutual consent. I hereby inform
my frieodasnd customers Uisl mill eon. nine ouai
orss at the old sisnd. E. LA FOKEaT-
Oregoai City. Jona 2;, 18.i9.
Island Mill Flour.
rptlOSE who w: to (ret the GEM1NE
X IsLVM MILL tl-ULIl, win pwaw can
at lb Mill, tUharmn X "arnrr , wrrj" ij,
a IL. I PnrtUnd. a tho
i i. j i.i.j M.iiu.k hi kuoirht so bv
cortaia usdirido!, aid refilled with inferior flour.
1 . I r u DVf A Si
A. m ssw
" f can adinhiUter to a niliid (aud body) diseased,
And Willi a sweet oblivious milidot
Cleanse Hi fuul systrm of its r.lous stufT"
A Blessed & Divine Remedy
SANGUIFEROUS NERVINE TONIC1
Kead my Theory of
LIFE and DEATH,
WHAT must disease prov futal that early
Jl deaths ovcuri llmt people hve fur yours a liv
ing dentil, weak, iimuim.ile, and eilmusled uol
from Hi disease lilf, but from an inabiliiy in
nature, and n.iliiie's stri'iiglh Iu willulnnd or
maintaiu life Ihrough Ih ravages ef di.eaw
(iv llirin strength, and nut ure will reliev her
self, if etimuliited. Khe haa given us herbs and
plant loelfrct nil litis. Purify llie blood, render
III iiilesiiiie. Ih liver, Ih heart, and nil the
uatiirnl (uiMtioiu of man or woman aelivo, nnd
you have hulf conquered diseasu. l)r. J A CO II
WEUBEIt dues coiisuieniiously assur all who
read this, tliut his Haiitfiufier or Invigorating Cor
dial produces ull tho elTul abov desctihed. He
ha seen Ih old, the tottering, the palsied, the
nervous, llie ily.pi pile, Iho lutbrinle, the ileli.iu
ehee, nud the iuvulid reviv under its iutliiriic,
as if new life ere given them.
Dr. Webber's Sanguifier
act on the blood, heart, bra n, iuleslines, sinews,
nerves, the II u ds ami semi fluids, aud
iho whole physique, and
Ih gloomy h.ipochuudriac, the dyspeplio, the
nervous, debilitated nud feeble, thu over-dontorrd
invulid, llie bilious and liver-diseased iiitlirer, the
gourmand, the debiiU'diee. Iho iutcuiirute, nud
all who sutler ill health.
"OU HORRIBLE! Oil HORRIBLE!
When worn-out naturo siiecnni'is to DEATH,
because she has not strength to resiit. Now, Dr.
Jacob Webber's ltivigorating Cordinl causes
strength -that is its main quu.ity. The first op
eration, Tonic; llie puriuker feels then Ihat soda.
(ion is caused his skin ia damp, Ilia limbs supple
aud active, he feels a wish for exercise, and
knows he has strength to endure it ; lie is lighl
spirileds his skin becomes clear; his eyes, loo. be
cause hit liner it mide actite, the tile neutral
ized or ejected, and hie blood thinntil and puri
fied. If he lias n foul etomitch, this net us un
aperient, not otherwise. Again, it immeduitely
relieves bdellium, and prevnl un neciimululion
of wind in the stomach. The itomach. Ihe grant
receiver of ditcave nnd ila cure. I Will now euu
mei atua few of thorn diseases where I have aeen
Dr. M ebber'a Invigorating Cordiul act most beau
Nervousness, Weakness, Languor,
Fever and Ague, Chills, Pains
in the Limbs, Joints, Body,
Delirium Tremens, Tre
Decline, (from any
in either sex
Torpor of the Liver, Bowels,
& HABITUAL CONSTIPATION!!
This will purify the thick stagnant blood, cause
a healthy actiou on tha bowels, heart, skin, and
brain, and thereby revolutionize the hole aystem,
wliich bus beuoine dormant and inaetiv. Two
thirds of huinuu diseases ar caused from some of
Iho above organ beiug disorganized. Doctors
may tell you thai you hiico such and such a d
ease, bill until medieal practice becomes a mience
(slid il is nut yei), disease vuiinni be described to
a cettanly. This singular mcd:c:no graditallt
strengthens the s)tem, en'.eis at oue the blomi,
which f.-om siuiigisliuer is rapid, courses through
the veins aud the heart. .Many I have set a who
assured ma that, three days a'ter us'i.g it, they
have fella thrill of animation, mentally and bad
ily; their client mid brenst was before heavy; all
Ihey ute seemed to settle there; their rest was un
quiet) their uppetile poor; and that this really
b essod cordial removed all such yniploin'i that
trcnglh of limbs, body, appetite, and rpirila was
given them by it, and an emiro revolution in their
worn-out system occmrej.
The T.ev. Robert Schuyler, of Peialuma, says;
" For years both inytelf und brother have sufTei ed
so from dyxpepxitt. weakness of and sniir stoinaeh,
indigestion and flatulence, thul life nt times was a
burden. We have used your Cordiul (Dr. Web
brr'i Invigorating Sanguifier) lour days, and
feel better than wo have for yeurs."
Inebriates and Drunkards!
The Appetite for Liquor Destroyed!
NE of Ih beautiful pruporfes possessed by
is that il removes all longing or lasts for liquor.
Many inebriates have found that after II has re
newed nud strengthened Ihem, quieted their
nerves, it has euiifed aversion lo spirits. I have
seen it cure some of the most frightful caws
where delirium tiement had aelually oecuned.
ITSold by all respectublo Druggist! in Oregon
Beware of Count erfeite! See lhat lb names
of T. Jones nd J Wkbbkr, M. ).. ars un the
top of each outside wrapper, and blown in the
glaei of each bottle. Buy none other!
BEFORE AND AFTER
DR. WEBBER'S SANGUIFIER,
Or lnvlsorallnf Cordial.
The Three Prettiest Girls
iw ORuaow cirjr:
Ella, Pel!, and .Mollis, you know thein I am sure,
With coinplei ons so lovely, so clear, aod so pur;
Tbair hair durk and silky, wbiie the teelh ef Ihess
Ar so snowy you'd think they bad mouihs full of
Tet every child of Creation, both ladies and gents,
Can possess the sain beaulie for 100 cent.
Because Ih price is reduced to 25 and SO cents for
tb following superb compounds. fr.sh supply of
which, fresher ami belter perfumed than ever, has
just been rece d.
Reader, although advertised thus, the. really
fin arU. les ar all w represent them. The Soap
(priea r.loed lo 2" cents) sou in Ih most beau
tiful manner in clarifviug, whitening, and e'.iring
the mom discolored, eruptive, nd difi-ured skin ;
while for infanta or for sharing, it is uneqaaled,
as healin. solisoinr. and mak ng a fine Uiher.
For clean ng, dhsaing. forcing ih hsir I grow,
stopping its falling off, coring Ih dandruff, ate,
tho Colt A L UAIK RKSTOKATiVE i the
fiaM thin made, rric reduced lo 25 cent.
Tsetb ar mad as whit s snow, Ih brealb
sweat, sod Ih gums hard and healths, bv LA
FONT'S JAMAICA 8UAP TtEIII WXJT.
It Uthsr hk ip. aoi is beautiful. Trie 50 eta.
Sold at Ih sbov prices by all dmrrir in Cal
iforms aad t)T-t a. Wbctesakr by Pass dr. Wnrr.
Csowill k. CtASI. ni lUtruTOTon ot c . Baa
! I'lac .. Jam
Main lt.,tppoeitOit. Abernethy f Co.';
OOn ROOMS FITTED UP wlih
IJT CLEAN and comfortable liEDS, f.;.;
for Ih sicial A'coniiiiodal.ou f llisiUL
Our DINING II ALL ia llirif fa Oregon,
our far food, and oharce reasonable.
Mingle meals, oyster suppers, and suppers far
parties got up oil short nolle, III III usulestinau
Doard per week, wllhoul lodging, $5 00
" by Ih day, and lodgin.', 1 SO
Sing! meal, SO
Night' lodging, SO
Ocl.sa, lo9. E.D. KELLY, Proprietor.
Corner Third aud Water t'rtett, eppetite the
rTffe! IfBcttiiiir nulilin ra MMiMeir.itlw
niviieu io giv m a can. i.
IheUreuon llou la III most pleas-
antly located hotel in lit Male, aud lias been so
arraueed as lo moke il ouu of III mot commodi
ous hniises in the eounlry.
J HIS TABLE will always b supplied with
ths best that Ihe market sllonls.
Uuod accommodalions for ladies aud families.
Hoard and lodging, per week SG.00
Hoard, without lodging, per week S OU
Hosrd per day, with lodging I.. 11)
Single meal 'i0
Night' lodging SO
May 7, lrS9. Proprietor.
Snulf and Tobacco Manufac
1C & 18 CilAMUEUS 6T.,
(Formerly 43 Chatham alreet, Xew York,)
WOULD call Ih especial attention of tire
cerssnd Druggists lo hi removal, aud also
th arlielesof his manufactur, viit
Kin Uuppee, l'ure Virginia,
Cuarsu llappe, lVachiloches,
AuicricaU eiinlleman, Copeuhagan.
Scotch, Fresh Scotch,
llich Toast Scotch, Irish High Toast,
Fresh Honey lsw Scotch, or LuuJ) foot.
SMOKIKU. riy CUT CIIEWIKO. SMOKINO.
No. I, P. A. L., or plain, St. Jngo,
No.i, Caveudish, or sweet, Hpantsh,
No. IkSmix'd, Sweet-scenled Oroiioeo, Canister
Kitcloot, Tin Foil Caveudish, l'ure Turkish.
A Circular of Trice will h sent on ipplication.
N. H Note the new arl.ele of vreih clooteh
Snuff, which will b fouud auperior arttel fur
dippiug purposes. nihlunJJIU
W O IL,
Brown & Brother's,
The U. S. M. Sttamcr
J IS. CLITOX,
Capt.jANisD. Millir, makes regular trip to
Dayton and Lafayette, three limes week, leav
ing Canemah vry Monday, Weduesday, aud
Friday mornings, at 8 o'clock returning next duy.
The BMcrs or tb
HOLY NAMES OF JCaUS AND MARY
WILL open a Dnf School near the
Cathoho church in OREGON CITY,
on MouJuy, April 2ild.
Minor 8 0 00
Junior 8 00
Senior 10 00
SOLDIKRS, TR.VMSTERS, SAILOIW,
(or their loidoirior orphan children.)
who served in any wars or battle: either in Cali
fornia or u We, prior to March 3d, 1855, or
their children who were under 21 years at thut
date, or suitors who served on the const ot l alilor.
n'a in the .Mexican war, will do well to address us.
Claims thut have been rejected in tha han.sof
other ngents, huve. been successfully obtained by
us. Aj 'tils acting for us, liberally paid. Land
warrauta bought un 1 sold to order, and all busi
ness requiring an agent at Washington, attendad
lo. 11. U. LLOYD & CO., Attorney for
Claims, Pensions, Bounty Land, 4u Reference
to any of th heads uf Depnrtinents. ddwlO
WHEM th stage of water permits, on of
three bl will leave CANEMAH for
COKVALLI3 TWICE A WEEK. For
LUG UN U CITY one a week. The public
will be advised uf the regular days for starling.
ID Mora boat will ba run if the business de
Freight and uasaags at nsual rales,
Oregon City, Nov. 1, 1859-mS Agent.
k N ASSORTMENT OF SCHOOL AND
For sals at CHS. POPE'S Oregon City
CHEAP FOR CASH.
JTCalland examine them Fab. 4, I860.
VLL those indebted to rne ar requested to
settle their account befor lh lOtb day f
May, 1)40, or 1 will be obhr-ed lo place th earn
in an officer s hands for collection.
Oregon City. April ft, Is60. 3w3
V.I. FAILK1ER dfc ftO.T,
TVrt P KHHEII, AD PftlMTIMO
123 Sauom- atret, corner of Merchant,
CT Print ar united to aui wuj equahit
No More Mills Burnt !
MR. IIOOTII Dkai Hi i I have now In ou
Mill on of your CWr Feed Firt proof
b.ML'T MACHINES, put up two wski ngo.
I eao any ihat I consider il th greale.l Improve
ment in this class of machinery that haa com un
dsr my nol ice. Tim dauget from fir by fr eliod
aud dust, common to lha on in general us, ia
completely obviated. The dust and dirl, berl
lr so annoying to mo, ia now i ft'ectuolly rsin.
sdisd. That part of Ih mill bsfor ocupied by
Ih 8mut Maehin la now as clean ns any part of
Ih mill. 1 can say thai it hi llii best sv.urer of
Jrsin I er saw. Th improvement iu Ih qnal-
ty of flour will b at one discovered In laet,
th great change produced in avrry rceet la in
deed i very great on. I would say Ihat I hav
had in in II prvious lo this a machine that out th
grain Very much, but this does nol out kernel,
and does not require half ih power. Your ma
chin will certainly take the preference in this
Stale, and I would say on lb I'acilie coast.
A. J. Ciumtn,
Island .Mi lu, Origou City, May 2l,lbVd.
W.M. .MASTERS, Agsnl, Portland, Oregon.
To the MiUori of this State i
You will never regret trying this Smut Mill.
You can call and si how this cleans wheal, be
fore purchasing. I have the only on iu Oregon,
at present, but they can souii be oblaiucd. I
would any lliul my llour has had a great r put,
lion in Iho last two years, and I am saliafled by
Ih us of this smut mill lhat it will mill mak ant
impruvemeut iu the Hour, if any ran he nude.
Oregon City. May 20, IMW. 7lf
HAVE TURNED OUT
.aV. VflC 'L7 aTC Bl tU G3
" Eagle Boot & Shoo Store"
IS NO HUMBUO I
nl'UE YOU CAN FIND THE STUFF
lhat will stand the tare and wear. It proa
peels well, for I raise Ihe color every pan, aud if
llie limes were enly n little brisker, I think llint
il would piy very well ; aud if you don't belier
it, just oomu und buy a p.iir uf UDO I S, after you
try ihcin on, for
I HllVO JllSt Ill-4't'it 'll
A NEW ASSOIIT1MKNT OF
BOOTS AND SHOES)
The Latest Style . and Fusliion.
Gents' fin sewed French calf boots, also pegged
calf boot aud shoes of all sorts and sizes ; Lathe'
kd, morocco, enamel and cloth gaiters, silk elas
tic Congress-hucl gaiters, misses' gniters and shuvf
of every kind, Course nnd fine j boys' shses of ev
ery kind thut is inentionod iu my rhyme ; chil
dren' calf und copper toed shoes ; luilira and
children's IIOSK of all sues, white, brown, and
fancy! Miller Wnler-Proof IILACKINO,
J. S. Mason's liluukiug ;
. Slioniitikur' Findings
Pegs, awls, hummers, thread, wax, nails, and
Thankful for pust patronage, I respectfully so
licit a ciuil'iiunuce of patronage fmm my old cu
lomers aud na many new sues us choose to com.
Ladies and gentlemen, give me a cull, young and
old, great and small, bruve and bold, for I w.ll h
ready and happy lo wait on yon all, and in partic
ular lb ladies ; I hko to southern com to pay
m a visit. Remember tho pluro
Two Daart Eat of Broirn - Brother,
tlnln lrt'l, Ori son t'llj;.
Ladies nnd gonllemaii, I amuro you llmt I can
sell you boots and shoes as cheap as tiny house ill
town, or a lilile cheaper furcush down. Kniull
protita and quick sule, thai is Ih Inllt that tell
Ilia talc. inylO J. .MOONLY.
Oppoiite Ceo. Abernethy ij. C'o.' Ifrirt Store,
rilllE undersigned ar prepared lo take like
X nesses, such as
Aiubro types, Melriinotypes, Plio
PICTURES ON PATENT LEATHER,
mitalile fur tending in lettert,
all of which will be executed in tho
l.TKT AND iE.Tl'.HT HTVI.V.,
AND ON SHOUT NOTICE
AND REASONABLE TERMS.
0110 II Pd and LOCKET PICTURES taken
Cull and examine our pictures, and jmlgu fur
Room opposite Abcrnelhv &. Co.'a brink slor.
HOLLAND At DAY.
June 11, 1859.
AND FAMILY GROCERY
1 CHARM AN would respectfully In'orm tho
' pen;de of OREGON CITY, and th pun
liu generally, that he ia ttiil carrying on bunnies
at his old stand, where ho will keep on hand
Everything in 1im Line,
THE VERy BEST QUALITY;
II keep constantly on hand n largo lot of
which lit will sell as low as they can be bought at
any other hiuiw in town.
No pains will be spared lo give entire satisfac
tion to all who may favor him with a cull. All or
ders will be filled with aa much prompluus and'
fairness a personal presence will secure.
with everything in his litis on the shortest nolic.
MADE TO ORDER.
Oregon City ..Juno 10, I860.
All Kinds of Producer
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
AT BROWN & BROTHER'S