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"T-r .Kmomhb' (Ikkatnichh
i,. following narotfrtph it rtll
... for It 'idJ ,uot,,tr fc'm 10 lhc
let of n,y ml ChrW,M KracM
u 4 encircle tho brad of Kiiglnml' nultlt
WUIN" - I
r. 110I.U and Ijcautiful ttuwcrof our
11 il,. lirilUh Workman, that
T?. r. to African Prince, who lent
w'B -nil iWlr nriwiiU. and
T 7in return to t,il him the
T and onr Moved Queen Kut hi
Efih. number of the Ht, not tho nun.!,
V h.r rniic, not tho ccoudi or r
K not tho dctuil.
TV. .-J lh. She did not.
ft'. Ilew-kiah. In n evil hour, hor the
ituwador her diomoudi etui her nrh
.m.nt hut hum una urn iicHiitiiuiiy
gfr The Louivi!lo Journul (supiort
n tho Bell nud Everett ticket) gives
the following gTatiiitous tiatintony on bo-
"The Republican orgnn, ly common
(MMt, donate thoir cajMlidate for the
' Honest Old A !.' Ve
.rehy no nieoni dowsed to deny his right
i (I,, dwiirnotion. We know him person-
m hnr observed his public courNC,
' however stroiifjly we mny condemn
. f ilia doctrines to which he is com-
mitted wo hovo et no time seen rciwon
nillieui . i,..ij. i..
hu the Rood of nis e""tr7 at nCttrt
Thus iniicli wo tuke pleasuro in saying In
jg- fhe following from the Washington
correfpond-nt of the New York Evening
Post, about PougWfc reception of Lin
coln's nomination, in 'more cxplic than
"Singular as it may seem, Mr. Pontius
wan the receiver ol mo nrsi new ut wii
coin's nomination, and ho took the dispatch
it once to Mr. Fool, who was in tho chair,
and then to other Hepablicmi membfrn.
'Will,' said PnUp'las, ' Lincoln and I have
called' each other somo jireily hard mimes
on the stump, but I'll do him justice. II
it m honest, ublo mid very popular man. "
j0r Senator Wijjfull said in a late
i)cecli that Ponglas would not get the vote
of t single Southern State except in pref
erence to a Hluck Republican. Some six
or eight States would rather have a black
Republican than Douglas. To the Senator's
remark that Douglas was politically dead,
Mr. Dooliltle replied that if so, this whs
the longest funeral sermon ho had ever
The Republicans of Dayton, Ohio, had
a rousing meeting to listen to the Hon.
Thomas Convin, who delivered a cpeech
two hours in length. Of Mr. Lin o!n ho
spoke in tho highest terms, bs nn honest,
upright, ablo man, who, if elected, wo i!d
idministcr the Government with a strict
regard to his constitutional obligations end
with a determination to mete out eriniil and
exact justice to all sections of the Union.
' 86T A Texas paper says that ltc. R.
P. Thompson, a native missionary in thnt
State, is "breaking himself of the habit of
swearing, and reads tho Scriptures quite
tkir Every Opposition paper in Indiana
supports Lincoln, including eight or ten
which supported Fillmore in 1850.
1 OwHsns Citv Maiiket. Wheat, $0 75
flour, $5 a $(5; potatoes, 25e; outs,
15c; butter, 25c; bacon, 12ul5c; eggs, 20c.
..... OREGON CITr.
AM alwavsen hand, ami will nlli n.1 lo the
COLLECTING OF ACCOUNTS,
Drawing up of Deeds, Mortgf.jp,
Leases, Bonds, Powers ot
.;, ; . Attorney, Contracts, tc,
and all other business committed lo my cure.
Office directly opposite the Mamie Building.
June lb, iSbU. , J. . uintuno.
c. m. Tester,
WOULD inform the people of Orison City
and vicinity that he will keep a supply of
rJReady-made Coffins, of all sizes,
constantly on hand.
He will aim keep a
end will he prepared (. attend lo all tlie necessary
butiueat of funernlf conneoteil with hia Hoe.
Shop near the Seminary.
WCuatom from the country i respectfully
olcilcd. June 23, U60.
KTOTTnp. L. I....I... t
i.1 wll at public rale to the hihet hid-
rriday, July 27, 1990,
-ww vi Ji i. II. i ilinW) 111 jiiniuBiii
fKcinct, two mile below Geo. W. Jackuu 'l
Tan-Yard, ia Clackanuu county, Die Iblluwinf
320 ACRES OF LAND,
W'tli aooie impreremenu, and 1
THREE FINE AMERICAN MARES,
Out tkm-year eld Horte, and tw yearling
t-aU, Thirty or Farty head COWS
- BEEF CATTLE , and abo
320 Aerei of Land war Mnlalla Prairie,
aa tho Ablntt claim. The raid claim haa
a & young ORCHARD, with other iiupro
eia. TERMS CASU. ' The aale to enmmenca it
0ecluek.B. '. C. A. B. PATTKRSON.
C. S. If. Sltamer
1)11; Jl"" M.ixaa, make wrubr tripa U
"I'- -4 Lafayette, Uitea banea week, leaf
j-J" r MoaJ.y, WVJneaday, and
f u BisiB n;., ( S , ..turuUig a.at day.
O III' O ON CITY
m is ivh jc mr jm. mm.
FnAN'CIS I). IIODtiSON, A. M., raiciru
Ma. Ma IIuiHiaoM, Teacher Oraamealal
Miw L'ivii lUerUm, Teacher Inetiumtutat
Mim AaaMim HuKBAKia, Aeiittant, English
rpiIE 2d quarter will commence May I I, 18C0
The feoiliiii-o fr liutruclion In tliia tchool are
auwrior, aim the lernia mora moderate than any
m..i..u.i ii.a '
riiwi hi in. viwiiirT.
Au etoerieuuvit Muaio Teaelier haa been au
Embroidery aud Faucy Xeedle-woik tauglit
Scholar, will be mlmilted at any time, and
.iai(.u vuijr lor me nuuibar ol awki In attend
"c- Aptil SI, lbUU-9
Corner Third and Water ttrrttt, o petite the
rilllR tmai:ii public are reapectfully
A. iuvlted to five ma a call.
The Oreuoll llouu ia Ilia miul nl.... J"
nutty loc.itrd hotel In the Slule, aud haa been ao
MPfaiikfaJ aiM Ia..,uL. la .1.. . ..
(IU hlillMftat 111 I liat rminlru
ifa I AISLE will alwiyf biuppli(i with
iii. wa mat mo uiarxei anuroa.
Uuod acconnnodaliona forladiea aud fumiliea.
Hoard and lodgiug, per week $6 00
Hoard, without lodriii(, per week S.QU
Hoard per day, wiih loiljmg J.,',0 '
Hinjle nii-nl jo
May 7, 1859. J'roprielor.
-Goods Cheaper than
rpAKES tliia method of luforniinjr hia friendi
J. aud the public frurrally thnt ho
to a home nearly
Opposite Lis old Stand,
where ba line commenced buainew with hii bro
ther uuder tho aljle of
Brown & Brother,
who will alwaya he happy lo wait on their old
frivuda and cualoineraiu the wny of allowing them
Goods of the Very Best Quality,
which, having been bought low in San Franciaco,
tmm the largent importcra in Califorui, they aie
as cheap as
CAiV BE SOLD
Tliey will also constantly receive
Goods by Every Steamer.
Their atock coimiida of
ALL KINDS OF
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Soots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Our main ubiect bv thia notice ia to inform the
nublic thnt we are bound to aell gooda
As low as they can be bought in
Portland, and no mistake.
ir it.!. I. itaiilitnl. we have only to nv. call and
eatisfy youreelvea. Ladiea mid gentlemen will al
waya be welcome, and will bo waited on with
To the Farmers
WE WOULD SAY
Look for the sign of
BROWN Sr BROTHER,
and don't h ave town till yon give ui a calL
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAAEN
ttchangefor Qoode. Oregon City, i uue SM.
GEO. E. COLE,
(euccEaeo to w. h. arixcca,)
1ROX, STEEL, AXLES, SPRINGS,
3rAanrt' Tovlt, Agricultural Imple
aost 8tket PORTLAND.
ORDERS SOLICITED. 52
IF TOU WANT AXY
BROW & BROTHER'S.
A HOUSE near tho Faiun Saaiaaar for teat
r.nqmre ai ina
OREGON CITY BOOKSTORE.
Feb! 4, leU 44
-1 fR. POSTS teheol ia a4 gng laetopia three
1 1 l. u'. .i.miha r-ei(a moilaat
y time, and eor ehargea win ba aa lawaaaay
. OrepaCii, April 8, 1850. SJ
J. R. K ALSTON,
WHOLESALE; RETAIL DEALER IN
ia now la receipt of
aelecteil with much care In Sau Franciaco.
I have juat received ei Northerner and
Urolhef Jonathan, French, Buglwh, dc
bleachej ahee linga and lony elolha, lniu a barred
miulin, do do amp imuliii, Wloria lawu, brown
elieeliuira a ahirline a. h.L-kurv airma .l.i.lm. ,lr,lu
and aliip'a duck.
linen damnk. white dama.k. luLla eavara. ItiM.
aiau Ivwela, and cranli.
V I. A X x r. I, H,
hita. velluw. red. a-rev. a. blue, nluiu anil l.;n.
ed, plain 4 figured aatiuela, jauea, oollonadea,
wiioi nuaaj' ueuumui aiyiea niuuacla, white,
red, blue, av grey.
ladiea'. miaaea'. and chililrrn'a hmwn. Ui. ...J
milled Inae geule' and boya' wool aud coltou
Boots nrul Shoes:
l larffe lilt rLnta'fitiA. maillurn. an.1 .ariu Iiami.
4 tliow, lediea' and iiiiaaea' calf alniva, gaitera, a,
lippera. bova' boola a ilioei. eliil.lraua' kluw..
faucy aud plulu.
II a r die arc:
Pocket knives. Drnnincr 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, coninass
saws, bench planes, chisels, au-
1 . . . a. .
geis, auger uitts, axes, hatchets,
hammers, shovels, hoes, potato
rakes, brads, tacks, finishing nails,
cut nails, wrought nails, horse
Sugara, coflee, lea, ayrup, ealt, aplcee, aoap, aoap
powder", eandlea, ealcrulua, yeaat wwdi r, cream
tartar, eo.la, aal anda, in.ligo, clothea pina, acrub
bruahea, paint biuslioa, broolna, din-t bruahea,
hand belluwa, wooden pmla, waah tube, and wa.li
PJIINTS $ OILS:
White lead, red lend, Ven. red. Prueaian blue.
chroma yellow, chrome green, burnt nud raw um
bel, yellow fc black paint, Vundjke brown, T. D.
Sienna ami naaorled colored amalla,
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
Polar oil, lard oil, Tub oil, tanueia' oil. Chiua nut
oil, 4.C, oVo.
We will be receiving by every ateamer addi-
tiona to our prenent extenaive alock, and FMIM
EKS and othera will find it to their adventure to
call and examiue our tromla and price Imfure buy
ing eiaewneru. Terms, CASH.
J. It. RAIJSTO.V,
Corner Main Fifth tti.
Oregon City, October 1, 1859. 85
F TOU WISH
....AT A LOW PRICE....
DE SURE TO CALL AT THE STORE OF
BROWN $ BROTHER.
Snuff and Tobacco Manufac
1G & 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham atreet, New York,)
WOULD call the cxpecinl atteution of Uro.
cera nud Druggiala to hia removal, and aleo
lie artiuleaur hia maiiuniclure, hi:
Jine Uapie, 1 ure Virgimn,
Conine Knpp e, Nacliilochea,
AmcrionU ennllemnn, Copeiihugen.
Scotch, Freeh Scotch,
ilieh Tnnat Scotch, Irish High Toast,
Freeh Honey Dew Scotch, or Lundyfuot.
OMOKINO. VIM CUT CIIIWINO. BMOIINO.
o. I, P. A. L., or plain, St. Jugo,
No.!2, Cuveudmli, or tweet, 8pamah,
oh. Ia2aiix'd, Sweet-aconted Oronoco, Ciniater
Kitefoot, Tin Foil Cuveudiah, 1'ureTurkiah.
f?irnla. nt Prie., will ha aant on annlicilion.
N. Ii. Nolo the new article of FreaA Sootoh
(T. which will be fouud a aupenor urticie lor
ipping purpneca. mhl7mJdli
The Htatera af the
HOLY NAMES OF JESUS AND MARY
WILL open a Day School near the
Catholio church in OREGON CITY,
on Monday, April 2:id.
Minor 9 0
Junior 8 "O
Senior 10 00
SOLDIERS, TEAMSTERS. SAILORS,
(or their widowe or trphan children,)
who aerved in any ware or buttle: either iu Cali
fornia or elitahere, prior to March 3d, 1855, er
(Aetr children who vert under 21 year at thut
date, or eailora who aerved on the coaat of Califor
nia in the Mexican war, will do welltoaddreaana.
Claims I hat have been rejected in the hanJe of
other agenta, have been aucoeaafully obtained by
ua. Agenta acting for ut, liberally paid. Land
wnrrame bought and aold lo order, and all buai
neaa requiring an agent at Washington, atlanded
to. K. B. LLOVl) V CO., AtUirneye for
Claims, Peneione, Bouqiy Land, 4. Reference
to auy of lha heads of Departments. 4Swl0
A X ASSORTMENT OF SCIIOOL AND
For aale at CHS. POPE'S, Oregon City
CHEAP FOR CASH.
tXCall and examine them Feb. 4, 1860.
THE firm of La Forest . Bacon harinfbeea
diawlved by mutnal consent. 1 beretiy inform
mv friends and customers that I will eonlinne basi
ne at the old stand. E. LA FOREST.
OregoB City. June 25. 18.
Island Mill Flour.
rnHOSE who wish la (re lha GENUINE
J ISLAND MILL FLOUR, will please eaU
at the Mill, atCbanaaa A WarnefVOrefoaCKT,
or ai Allea A Lewiaa, Par Hand, aa tho eeeaod
haaded Islaod Mill eaeke have Woi Wwl aa ay
carta.. iadrviduaJa, and '.'h'?
Wand M!!I.J!rM,i 359
u I can e.liiiini.lef loa mind (and body) diaeaaed,
Aim Willi a seal Milivuius antidote
t'leausa Hie foul fyalrm of Ha perilous atufT"
A Blessed & Divine Remedy
SANGUIFEROUS NERVINE TONIC!
Head my Theory of
LIFE and DEATH,
rilHAT moat dineax-e prove fulnli ttutt early
i X dtallia uveuri that ik-oiiIs .e luryrart a l.v
I Ingdenlli. weak, inaniinun-, and eihaualed uol
from Hie disease itarlr, bul from an inabiliiy in
nature, and natures strength lo willirtund or
maintain life lliruuirli the ravage cf dirtaae
dive them strciistli, and ualiire will riiieva lirr
self, ii sliiiiululfd. Mie has given us herbs and
plants loellrol all litis. Purify the blood, render
tho inieatints, the liver, the heart, and all the
Batumi functions of man or wouiau aclive, and
vnuhavo half conquered iliaeaao. J)r. JACOB
WKUDEK does couscienllnualy assuro all who
read III a, thut his Saucmliir or luvifiratini Cor
dial produces all Ilia elUct above dincriUd. He
has seen Iho old, tho loileruir, Ihv palsied, the
nervous, the dysni piii-, Ihe hiebrinte, llieilibiu
vhre, and the invalid, revive under its iulluence,
aa if new life were given them.
Sr. Webber's Sanguifler
eels on the blood, heart, brain, Intestines, ainews,
nerve, I lie fluids aud senii-IIuiils, and
tho whole phyniaue, and
Ihe gloomy hypochondriac, the dyspeptic, the
nervous, debilitated and Treble, the ov. r-dontored
invalid, Ihe bilious and liver-diei'asrd siitlerir, Ihe
gourmand, Ihe debauchee. Ihe iuteniperalu, and
all who auller ill health.
"OH HORRIBLE Oil HORRIBLE!
When wnrn-out nature succumbs to DEATH,
because she hus uol strength lo roi.it. Now, Dr.
Jacob Webber a luvloraliiig tonlinl causes
strength -that ia ila main quality. The first op
eration, Tonic; Ihe partaker feels then IhntSNda
lion ia caused Irs akin ia dump, hia limbs supple
asd active, ho frela a with fur exercise, and
knows he has strength to endure il ; he ia light
spirited: biaskin becomes clear; his eyes, loo, be
cause Ate liter it madt aclire, Ike tilt neutral
ixed or ejected, aud hit blood thinned and pari-
fled. If he haa a foul ttomach, thia nois as nn
aperient, not otherwise. Agaiu, il iinitudi.itrly
relieves belching, and prev-nla an accumulation
of wind in the aiomach. Tkt ttomach. Ihe great
receiver of dueate and itacure. 1 w.ll uow enu
merate a few of Ihoso diseases where I have seen
Dr. ebber'a Invigorating Cordiul act moat 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,
d- HABITUAL CONSTIPATION!.'
This will purify the thick slagnnnt blood, cause
a heullhy action on tho bowels, heart, akin, and
brain, and thereby revolulioiiite the n hole system,
which haa become dormant and inaetivo. Two
Ihirdaof humutt diseases are caused fiotn some of
the above organs being disorganized. Doctots
may tell you that you have suoli and audi a dis
ease, bul until medical praolice becomes a science
(nud il ia not yet), disease cannot be dracribed la
a certanty. Thia singular niedic'ue gradually
elrengthcne the system, eutera at otu-a Ihe blood,
which from e!u?gieliiies ia rapid, courses through
the vcina aud the heart. Many I have seen who
assured ma that, three days alter using it, they
have felt a thrill of animation, mentally mid bod
ily; their cheat and breast was before heavy; all
they ateaeeined tosettle there; their rest was un
quiet; their appetite pour; and Iliat this rralty
blessed cordial removed ail such symptoms; thut
strength of limbs, body, appelile, and up in la was
given them by it, aud an entiro revolution iu their
worn-out system occurred.
The Rev. Robert Schuyler, of Pctuliinia, says:
" For years both myself and brother have sull'ered
so from dyspepsia, weakness of and soiirstuninch,
indigestion and Aululunce, that life nt times was a
burden. We have used your Cordiul (Or. Weh
ber'l Invigorating Sunguifin) four days, and
feel better thau wo have for yeurs."
Inebriates and Drunkards!
The Appetite for Liquor Destroyed!
NE of the beautiful properties possessed by
is thai it removes all longing or taste for liquor.
Many inebriates have found thnt after it has re
newed un J strengthened them, quieted their
nerves, it haa cauted aversion lo spirits. I have
seen it cure some of the most frightful canes
where delirium trement had actually occurred.
ITSold by all respectublo Druggists in Oregon
Beware of Counterfeits! See that the names
of T. Jones and J. Wtasca, M. 1).. are on the
top of each outside wrapper, and blown in the
glati of each bottle. Buy none other!
BEFORE AND AFTER
DR. WEBBER'S SANGUIFIER,
Or lnvtieratlBi Cardial.
The Three Prettiest Girls
ZXT O&SOOIY CTTV:
Ella. Bella, and Mollis, you knew them I am sure,
With complexions so lovely, ao clear, and ao pure;
Their hair dark and silky, while the teeth of these
Are so snowy you'd think they bad mouths full of
Tet every child of Creation, both ladies and genu,
Can poateaa tho same beauties for 10U cents.
Because tho price b) reduced to 25 and 50 cents for
the following auperb compounds, a frcah supply of
which, fresher and bettor perfumed than ever, haa
juat been received. ...
Reader, although advertised thus, Ihesa realty
fine articles are all wa represent them. Tho Soap
(price reJuced to 25 eeuts) acts ia tho moat beau
tiful manner in clarifying, whitening, and elearing
the meat discolored, eruptive, aad dungrured skin ;
while for infanta or for alienor, It ia anequakd.
aa healing, eoftening, and making a fine lather.
For cleaning, dressing, forcing the bair to grow,
etanpinf ita tailing off, curing Ihe dandruff; itc,
the CORAL HAIR RESTOP.ATIVE ia the
finest thing made. Prieo red need to 2i seats.
Teeth ara made as white as soow, the breath
sweet, and tho gams bard and healthy, by LA
FONTS JAMAICA BOAP TEETH ROOT.
It la tli era like aoap, aad in beaatifnl. Prieo 50 eta.
Said at the abavo pneea ay all dreg gwta ia lai
Haraiaaad Oregoo. Wholesale by Paaa 6 Warn,
Caowtu it Curt, and Kf potto ca., Saa
Franc seo. I"
Mlin tt.,tf polite Get. Ahtriuthy $ (.',
GOOD ROOMS FITTED VP with
CLEAN aud eomforlahlo liEDH,
for the especial aecollllliodal.on of ills
Our lil.M.NO HALL it ll.ejfar.f fa Oregon,
our fare good, and charges reasonable.
Single meals, oysler supper, aud suppers far
parties got up on short iolk a, in lha neatest mat.
Hoard per week, without lodging 00
H by lha day, and lodging, 1 40
Single meals, 10
Nighl's lodging, bit
Oct. S3, Jb.,9. E.D. KELLY, Proiiiel)r.
Tor Purifying the Blood,
AMD FOR TUB CURE OP
Scrofula, Mercurial Discim-a, lilieuinatisni,
Cntniteiiiia l'.riipti"n, Slul.Uorn ulcer,
Liver c"nt'luiiil, I)ynpepia, llronchiti",
Suit Ulieuni, Lumbago, Whitr Swell.
Inge, lli Di.onsc, I'jiluiCPtlienl of
ilia Hones nud Juinla, Favor
Sores, I'rinulo Colli.
iluiiits, Krysiielna, '
ity, efcsj., a&O.
It line long been a moat Important desideratum
in Ihe nrnctice of medicine, to obtain a remedy
similur to I'lis, and accordingly wo find it reaorted
lo ahiuHl uuiversnlly in all tlnaw lormeiiting dis
eaaof the akin o Irving to the imlicncJ.niid in
jurious lo lha health. It is a tonic, aperient, and
diaiiifecluuU It acta aimultuueousiy Uhiii tlie
(Tomacii, the t taii m tion, aud Ihe iowrix, and
Ih u three proeeam, which are ordinarily the re
sult of TtiaKK dill'creut kinds of medieiue. are car
ried on at the same time through tho innlrumcu-
lulity of this on a remediul agent. Its (.'real
merit is that it meets uiul neutriilitet the aclive
principle of diacane itaelf, and when thut is goua,
Ihe pyinptuins neceisurily disxppear. The ra
pidity with which the p.ttirtit recuvera health and
atrength uuder this triple iiirlm nce ia surprising.
'ui'Nrr, Oregon Ter.,
March II, I M m. f
Messls. A. R. rV P. Sands. New Yoikt Gen
tlemen, In the rpriug of ISj3, while on our way
from Indiuua lo this place, our eld.st boy wus
seined with a swelling and severe pains in thelrge
which duy by day grew worxe, until Ins legs con
tracted, and became so painful Hint he rnuld net
walk, and we had to curry him uhotit like an In
fant. We reached Albany on Ihe 3d of October,
completely Worn out h.v fuligue. Ity Ibis time,
he waa reduced In a purled alte'clou. iiera wa
were enabled lo consult a nlnsicisu (Ir. Hill),
who honestly roiifecrd he could uol cute him, al
though ha could givo him medicine that would re
lieve the pain. In this exigoncy something musl
be done, or death was incv. table. Doing recom
mended lolry your Sursupatilla, I procured a bot
tle. Afler Inking some, he nppoarod worse. ; but
crkceriitf Willi it, 1 olitninrd a second bottle,
which seemed to grapple with Ihe disease, and
caused a marked improvement : the swelling and
pain iu the legs were reduced, his nqello im
proved, and his color begun In return. Thus cu
couruged, I purclmsi d a third boltle t while tak
ing il the swellings in his legs broke, and some
pieces of bone oun eighth of nn inch long rune
out, after which his Irgx straightened and hrah d
up. Ila ia now perfectly recovered hus no ap
pearance ol being a cripple, and can perform
moat kiii'lsof common luljor, as all our lie ghbors
can certify. Yours, rcspectlully,
Prepared und su!d by A. II. . D. SANDS,
Wholesalo Drucgsls, KliJ Fulton slroet, corner of
Vi illiam, New ork.
Sold alxo bv II. JOIINSOX &. Co.. San Fran.
chro; KICK &. COFFIN, Murytvillet It. II.
McDONALl) 4. CO., Sacramentot aud by
Vn. SlCCLiK, Agent, uregon ntj. junu
IS hereby given to all Hinte who wish to have
their ACCOUNTS COLLECTED, and
are willing to patronuie me, that I am constantly
on baud, and will devote my entire time aud en
ergy iu attending to Ihe sume for them. I pledge
myself to do as good hard dunning aa can ba done
by any one, nud il that will not bring tlie need
ful, 1 will send my friend 1'ArraasoN on a visiting
tour (with a ' coine-nud -see me-quickly'). Gents,
save your shoes mine are at your service.
My terms are iwdrruio.
taT OfRct on Main ttreet, immediately appo-
tilt buboit'i new aagon-thnp.
i. si. nACU.T, J. r.
Oregon City Sept. 17,1 H59. !i3w6
CtASH WILL BE PAID FOR
; 230 Head of Hogi,
Delivered at the
ISLAND MILLS IMMEDIATELY.
CJT llogt bought eonttantly.
A. J. CHAPMAN.
Oregon Cily, March 21, 1H60. SO
"TTTHP;)? the stage of water permit, one or
TV three boats will leave CANr.WAU lor
CORVALLI3 TWICE A WEEK. For
EUGENE CITY oneo a weak, lha public
will bo advised of the regular daya for starting.
CT More boats will ba run if tho buaineaa de
Freight and pesaaga at nmel raleo.
Oregon City, No. 1,1859-mO Agent.
1 LL Ihoso indebted lo mo ara requested to
axilla their aecounta before lha lUlh day af
May, 1 HtiO, or I will bo obliged lo plana lha seme
ia aa ofnoara hanJs for collection.
Oregna City, April 2, leOU 33
W.I. FAlLK.tEU dk HO.t,
ttt, HUE, A5I al?ITl?IB
123 Saoaomf street, corner of Merchant,
IT Printers ara invited lo make av aeqaaHit
No More Mills Burnt !
MR. BOOTH Data Kiat I havo now la our'
Mill one of veur Crir Feed Firt-prtuf
HML'T MACHINES, put up two weeks ago.
I eat asy thai I Consider il lha free teat Improve
ment in this elaat af machinery that haa come un
dor my notice. The danger from Ara by Irclioe)
aud dual, common to lha one ia Keneial use, ia
eompleiely obviated. The dust and dirt, herrlo
foro so annoying to mo, Is now efleclually rem
edied. That part of ihe mill before occupied by
Ihe Mmul Machine la now aa clean aa any part of
Ilia mill. I can ay thai It is Ihe bt aeiHiier (
grain I aver aaw. The Improvement in lha quel
i:y of flour will be at once discovered t in lari,
lha great change produced in every nieci ia in
deed a very great uue. I Would say thai I hava
bad Iu mill previous to this a maehina that cut tho
grain very much, bul Ihw dues not cut a kernel,
and dues nol require half Ihe power. Your ma
chins will certainly lake Ilia preference iu ilii
State, aud I would say ou the I eeille co irt.
A. J. Ciuratx.
Island Mrt.ta, Oregon City, May tf4, W.
WM. MA8TKIW, Agenl, Ptrllnnd, Oregtn.,
To tho Millora of this State :
You will never regrel frying ihia Smut Mill.
You can eall and see how this clean wheat, be
fore purchasing. I have the unly one Iu Oregon,
at preenl, but they can soon bo obtained. 1
would say that my flour haa hid a greet reputa
tion ia Iho last two years, and I am satisfied by
the use of thisainul mill that il will atill muke aa
improvement in the Hour, if any can bo made
Oregon City, MaySfi, lHoO.
HAVE TURNED OUT
"Eaglo Boot & Shoo Storo"
HERE YOU C.N . FIND THE STUFF
thut will stand the tnre and wear. It pros
pecis well, for I ruiae the color every pan, aud if
ihe times were only a little brisker, I think Unit
il would py vety well; nod if you don't believe
it, just oouio nud buy a pair of Li ti) I'.S, after yon
try them on, for
I llnvo Juat Rrrelt cd
A NKW ASSORTMENT Ol
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Tho Lutost Style and Fushion.
(lents' fine sewed French calf bonis, also pegged
calf hoots und shoes of all aorta and aitna ; Luliea'
kid, morocco, en unel and cloth gailera, silk ela.
lie CoiiL'reu-hcel gaiters, miaaea' gnilers aud ahoea
of every kiu.l, coame and line ; boya' aheeo of ev
er)' kind that is mentioned iu my rhyme chil.
dren a calf and ioper lots! alio, a lailiee 110J
children's 1IOSIC of nil aires, while, brown, and
fancy! Mdler'a Water-Proof liLU'KINO,
J. S. .Muou'a lllackiug ;
Tegs aula, hamturM, thrend, nn, nai!, and
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully so
licit a conliuuauca of p itrouage from my old cus
tomers and us innny uew ones as clio aw to ciane.
Ladies and geiilleineu, givo me a call, ynuug and
old, great and small, brave and bold, for I w.ll ba
ready nud hnppy to wait on you nil, and In partic
ular the ludiea I like to see them coins la pay
me a visit. Remember lhc plure
Tut Vuort Eft of llrovn ij- Brother,
Mniu alri'Ct, Oregon Cllf.
Ladies and genllemnn, I assiii e yon Ihnl I can
aell you boola mid shoes aa uheup aa uuy house Iu
lown,er a little cheaper fur cash dow n. Small
profits and quick salo, thut ia the talk I lint telle
the tale. in) I 'J J. MtjONEY,
Ofpotitt Uco. Abernethy J- Po.'e Brick Store,
' OREGON CITY.
TIEiinilersi;neJ are pn'pared lo take like
nesi.ee, audi aa
i.mTjt'otys, ircljiinotypcs, l'ho
. togrnpliH, or
PICTURES ON PATENT LEATHER,
tuitalilt for tending In lettrrt,
II of which will be cxeculod iu tho
IiATT.ST AND MvXTKST MTYI.E,
AND ON SHORT NOTICE
AND REASONABLE TERMS,
GROUPS and LOCKET PICTURES token
Call and examine our pictures, and luilgo for
Kooms opposite Abcrnriiiy oi. t.o. a urick store.
HOLLAND Si DAY.
June 11, 185 9.
AND FAMILY GROCERY
IJ. CIIARMAN would respectfully inform tho
' peoplo of OREGON CITY, and the pub
lie generally, that be is atill carrying on buaineaa
at II s old stand. Where ho will keep on hand
Everything in li'w Line,
THE VERY BEST QUALITY.
He keeps constantly on hand a large lot of
which be will sell aa low aa tliey can be bought at
any oilier house in town.
Na pains will ba spared to giro entire satisfac
tion to all who may favor him with a cull. All or
ders will be filled with ae mii'-h prompt ue and
fairuesa as personal presence will secure.
with everything in his lino on the shortest notice.
MADE TO ORDER.
Oregon City June 18, 1I0.
All Kinds of Produce
TAKEN IX EXCHANGE
AT BROW? & BROTHER'S, .