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About Oregon spectator. (Oregon City, O.T. [i.e. Or.]) 1846-1855 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1846)
DrulRTIO.N Of tfr.AMKN. I'llty ( OHIIMjIll UK U UgUIII
alliidi) to tins Important subject iiillm column of tin
uiiiHir. Within '" 'a"' lwo w,'"'kH "" 'glil or ''""
iiMiliit v rnllntrd minni'-ii havu di wirted tho service of
tint I'. H. m liuuiwr Hhark, now l (? '" 1'1" Columbia
river. Sumo M'rijiv in this (liimiimly urn iiiirrwl
wild llin iiiiuii llmt we u )i I Ijuvm mi lawn npphcu
,n In Kill li i.aiw, I))' whli li IlivMt iliiw-rtniii cull lw uf-
ri-.tri) mill ogam pl.irrd willnn Ihe jurixlu tiuu aud
luntiul "f III" i umiiiniidiiig oilier -m nf tint ship Hut
H l It lliwlakril notion The 'lialtlri Ullliuxrd lo
ihn lawn of llin I 'mini Sl.ilm with ri'uril to th m
MilturiliimlHiii ol M-jinwi mi uimgublo watrr, mid aim
tlmr di"rrtiuii mil nf irlKnf rnlry, :in ul llm wver
ot ami mint ngul iliiMili-r II lliry wrrn nut, in
1 1 KMint pMtw In il mgi in nf tin- iihibI diatrmi na-tiiii-i
in iniiiiM luin with iclj)f drjiartnri h und ur
nvulnof imwl, Iiwm id rijxTt uml hfr, would Ir-an
ililuxt dml m rum-Mi Il it Im rontriidrd that thr
I mlfil Si iirx tint not ) l mlnnled lirr legal juridii
imii iir lln lirnlnrj, mid otiMipimlly, tin- munlum
l.tus i iifurtul willnn tin- Immid of tin- I'mtul Stutm
in uitlmut uiitliuriiv in tin loiiuiry, npl), tlwt
hi tin- imt iiioii il li ginluliirr "f I 1 1, in thii li rnlur) , u
law u.ih uiwil li) llmt li'iii-ir.ililr IkxIj', iiulhoriiiig
iiiil rupiinug ilii-1 uilnlli' rxnf tin proviMunalguti ni
i ii lit In l.ikn ugniawr of nil ium of nllidgnl dr.
rtion. uml priwi iilr tin nniwir) riii-iiniirrn fnrllirir
irn -t mil ii (rnti'iu miii rri l hot', that uonr nf
nr li llnw i ilii u will it tin . r inlliii'ii'r in i n-
' ioriiig t rniidr III'"' '.iiim'Ii to iiIiiiiiIuii tin ir
i iintiiiii' liO .iinl t.i furfi-it tlii- iiliint.ir runtrai t wlui li
in' luiw in.nli Willi (In ir i inp'o) rrr ml ui Iiuim-
mill nl ixir i lllrH Will lulinlll ill' If hllllUg-pluMi.,
.ul w.ll ii" .ill iroj r iii' j u In haw lli' in ug mi jil if
' I III till' -'W' I tl'l 'IIIJllliWIH nt wliililln Iiiw
' i liiloli' il
I h ir i' i ht. i" ii lioimri d u lli III" i-i
.11' il ll.r nllii i r nl lli' I . lir 1 1 ii r Is. iunuiigi4
i- mil In .irlilk glad w wn lo hi Uimii Tin rr
ii it, tn II llll llllllrllll lli'r IMIUI' tllllli! 'lUlIlt llll'lll.
lli n lit fnun nllii ni nf nlli r niliou- l iIiib priju
I" in u- ' I" il Ihi-IIiw r lirr glut In m. ..li) thing
l'i it h li I in li nlll ill) Hit It ' I i' It lll.lt .T rill.
Il n tin I 'lull il Mali , nf uhlltrt. r null, nr hi lll.ill,
Ii I. niMlIti l HI lltlll .1 irti"'l nl III it iniiripli. in Inn I.
i.K . nii . il iii ilir iiuiinirtiil wnnl nl .li l! roti th-it
, I n. i m l.nni in r .inil-friM
I nt llin h i tiilm
Mh Iiimim. 'A li. Hi. r tin wrtir m tin Jit
i i il t ..I tin I" ' l.i'"i. ''lull t tin In mi nl ' Oi x-rliu"
urn ii, i in lw m-iil' n il ; nii. 1 1 fur in n !i uili
.'. . irn ni n 1 1 1 iii.' lulu- It In. in .hi iiinu. i ou n 'ii
. lulling Hi' Nl. mi' nl .-villi tint diiuiuil'i fur f.-nN
.ii lln i-IiiiiiMi r i.l tin l nlii'iidiii m .inn n : nr
,ln tin r il If tin inlni lion nt ,t willing IMitor, ir
iil in I'i-t tli il !.! m irrMiiout tin ir iiuiuN,
ii'l to Imlil "nt tin "'ii.il nt ili-ltiKr. tu tine) wlm
I'light llniik f i iiiinii lo our nlnf.li) Mirtrain In
iln in tin-Inirnli'i m tun nt In nig lilt in our limlxir
nitliout liw ni lln ili'i' iiii'.iiii ol Iimmiij: our
iliim.Wi I. n w lint ; lull in i illirr om'. It IMIinrr iiatm
s! lli it miiii rnimti nr .iltr.n 1 i iiim- flmnlil ti K.ii'lit
r In i illi.it' tli'r'i who .irr iln.ttiMu il, ntul nt tltr
.inn' iiiin'. tn Im'il mil .i ti rmr Iii tlinwt wlm ini'lit
lliiul. nf i oiiiiii to nur rein I, run full) :ioidm ut Ilir
iiin'tiuir tint n .il r iiiko of oinpl.iiut ului lithe ut
It litiuti ut llim i uuitiiuuil) liud liri n iri'Miiu.) t .illrd
tn mid In iiunplrti' tlu pirturr, wr uri lold llmt l'ic
uhilirn IiiiiI Irft tin) lup wlirii llm rwul dud only
i lurid in Miit nf nur iiilii.pilnllii nhorr. Why, my
il'-'ir Mr, will )nu r.iliiiuit nur flaliil's ' Tint whkIdiii
nt cut li mil'ci liIiiii; li KiM.iltiri) li;m Ixrn l.nnl with
w jm und im :inn lur tln rrlu f of llirruptmni nf MfH'Li,
.ind nr hiiM' imw in fnrrrthr iinr.1 niil lrtw known
iuiiiliid rniiiitrn i ; uut, iniwnM'r, In tint li.irlmroiu.
xti lit urid li) Ilir writrrulxiw n frrrni in, In drrl.ir.
injr tin in uutlnWK, lln'rrl))' rrlinivilirriill li'i;iil Irntriiiut,
Imlli fur tlirir prnl.v lion Olid ngtnu.t tlirui ; lint iy
milking it llin duty of rvcr) judicial oilier r to Imvn
llll'lll urri itfd and i'MiiiiiiiiiI lirfunt n jilflien nf the
jh lirr, und win u Im Iiiii ruiihou to Ixhexn lliciii to jr
ilrM rlrrx, to ri'linnd tlirin tu thr viirj-I njj.iiu fimn
wlirnrn lliry dcwttiil. In Iki dealt w till nrrunlin to
lint I.iwh uf thu ruiintry from wlirnro tint vi-nhcI ciiiiic;
mid wn urn iiilonui d tliul nadoni liuvr Im-oii urre1ed
.mil rrliiriuil lo lint i sh-I linilrr thr provininiw nf theho
Iiun. If, lioi!i.r, in iiLTordanco with tint nWrvii
tiinn of thin wnlrr, it should npMjar Hint Uw rxorhit
it nt denmndi uf nur nirrrhmitii for llieir yoodn thr
(.'nut want of euui'ivtitioii that now cxioU Iho rim.
iinued hcarcily uf iiioruhiindmo mccmury for our con
Miinption thu low prim of wheal, the utaplo produc
tmn of ihn enuutry, whlrh in pnld for ulono in dry
UiumIh tlm cimntitntly inerenHinrjIiiijIi priro for froight,
for ull ol which, prompt iuymont in uiikIi is demanded
if ull uf thu him hern thu rcjnilt uf Ihn dcNurtion of
livn Hcaim-n who kft Ihn whaliii); vvitwl whilo ut ecu,
mid thoHo who dejerlrd (ho vrnHcl when in port, the
imrmrtniii'ti of Ihn mibjert hui' Itcoti vnMly ovorlookcd
hy our coiiuminity, iih woll an by our Inw-mukinj; au
thority. If this lion caiweil our talt which in found in
mieh grout ubunduuco on Uio Ulund in tho Pacific, to
Im furnuiliud tw in npuriiur quantitic at $3 mt bunhel
common rpht lnuthcr uiocr nt from III tu $5 our
rhildron to grow up in ignorance, for the want of boolu
to educate them tho first clam of Peter Parley '
primer or (pulling book, such its wo have purchased in
the Slates fur from 10 to 25 cents, is now wiling for
$1,00 ; if thii roally caused nno of our shipping nier
chants who recently entered tho Columbia Klvor with
two vessels, one of which was in ballast, having refua
ed freight from Honolulu consisting of merchandise for
two of his competitors In this place, even at 50 per cent
on former prices, notwithstanding the entirely destitute
condition the community was known to be in for want
of good if wr could be ratWicd that ull of this has
grown out (I the desertion of seamen, wo should not
only be willing to assist in urrrsting them, but dd wo
belong to the laW'tnaking authority, we would vote a
body guard cf trn men for each sailor, to attend them
so long as the rmol remained in port
Although wc L-bruudnr our writer as not immediately
I in thu tniiipin of truth himself, ho has however, dropt a
I hint, mi m ridniful i lew, whirli may nerve to lend
' others to thr donr " lit usM'Cure,"iMi)ii he," vl
from thr dniigi-r ol drwrtiun. Comfrtition wiu.
riir.N i-.m-i.i.t -rill, ai-irr." Ah, that i ngliL (Jivu
im bill thin romjirtitioii, nud wr have ull wo uk for,
without regard to lawn for or ugalnxt drsrrting wtnmcn.
Wr nIioiiIiI havr giKiil pnrm fur our surplus irnJin:r,
mid gix! one huridrrd prr rmit. brlow tho prcm ut
pncis, with trry ui (.miimoilutiiig men hunt, who
would uut lln u i iiiixidrr lliriiiwlve.i ubuned, wliru their
i iMtouirrH piihlinln d u Imt of their retail pricm, thut
utbrpi might lw tempted to ronw in rompeution with
lln in. Wr ha, downier, nward to them this credit,
thul lliry probably do dot differ from other merchant
uiidi r miiulur i iiLiuniituiii.rM. Wn only i oiiiplaim of
tin n; i in tniiitnuci by giving fuel" tn lln- world, und
link ri In. f by inviting other prrwian of trade to rom
pete vnlh Ihrin by rtuting thu moduli nprrnndi by
u Ineh llu mi high niul rrdurrd pnrm fur our surplus
prndiK.'r are nhtitim il by allowing that tint liiefcan
lilr np ratimiM h.ie uut ki'it pace with thu wttlrmcnt
nf thr i uiuitn In do ug thin, wr bar no diKMtifjii
In inixripriMiit or ahiu"' tin' rncrch iiiln : but wnsrek
the gnnd nf u nrglri.tril ami lirlpli-M i (immunity, who
und for lln-ir niipn nirj lanhing of their hard
luriiuu. M. M .MtCARVKK.
Fur tlnj Sk.i tatof
Ms Kihtiik Pirmit inn to sty through the iiiedi
inn uf llin S ( lator, that thr Ori.i.om imttituti: m
now ojm ii fu: thr rn iptiuu of pupil). I mil happy to
hi) to lln- piililu and 'o all who urr inn rriJid, thul thr
tru.ti h.ui foproMibd fur lln- wi ral depirtmentx,
thai nur Itnarilmg rrbwil t uiMni-urm tlm prirrnt
Irrm iiiulrr brigliti'r"?iu'pii " than at uny fnnnrr jtrn
ml I Ik I a iibaMirr iii announcing the lum'.sot our
former d m In r. Mr. Ai.im.on Himhn mid Mri.
W il iin.i ai lint wlininnri i litltlid to high roufidiuir,
m p-'rvm-will qualilm! lor their work, and happily
aihil"l tn Hie illitli nf their riljMCln. 'Jelirtllentji.
'I in iHi.inlin ii partmrnt i ui c harg nl .Mr. Jain-n
Piiftr and lii i in llrnt lad), und wn h.nr ciery an.
..ur.ili' i tli.i'. all li iuiililr ikilutlarliuii will in- gnrli in
Imth pujiilit ami pitrnii", and Ih'it thr eoinfort and
hvalth i f thr w hoi im will ! uiiipl) pmtidnl fur.
nd 31 unr mtriuiliV obji 1 1 nl thr Oregon Inxtitlltu
ii tu promote pu t and muruht) ,:iii utial ui funning
the i liarai 1. 1 ol lliu )uiing fur i uiinein r and iwful.
inif.rl mih!i attention will U- Ixlnwid IIkII
the miliiu'ri, mori 1 mid bub.tc nf all rotim ctrd with
tli.-Mhi.ol Comlortihlr nxmiK air provided fur thr
m hula. Tuition tan hul fur u dollars p"r ipiar
tir, nr turuty.foiir dollan. u jrur. Hu.ird, two dollars
r wirk, inrv.imli, application rliotihl If made to
Mr .lauun I on i
for llllonii itiuii nil mi) muit not llientioued, iiply
Iii thu -ubierilirr or rithrr of thr tnirtcrs.
In Miliinitliug thr nlmwi, I will only add, that thwe
permin who hai: for man) yearn lahnnd and stnig
glnl through . inlurni'-!!!' n't- and diKuiuogrmriits
'whirl, fi w ran appnrint'-) lnproidr, to some rxtrnt,
lur lln- htrrari wnnu of this community, firl uiifngti.
id p'laMirn in riroinineiiding thr Orrgon Intitutu tu
the l.unrahle i niiMileratloli .uu! patronage uf the
fru ml of idiu at.nti
In Uli ilf nf tin trutri'n,
DAVID I.KSI.IK, Ch'm
Sab ui, Augut III, IKIS
i tiltrWaa a great day for Van
couver,' be'ing that on which the first public exhibition
on thu "tW' took place in this locality. A race
course, one mile in extent, waa lately laid out upon the
plains adjoining tho Fort, and riders could bn seen, for
days previous, coursing and training, with keen and
anxious countenances. The weather proved very fa-
or able, cool and dry, and as the hour of ( 1 o'clock)
upprodched, vast multitudes moved to the sceno of ac
tion. An elegant stand had been erected at the win
ning tiort, upuu which stood the worthy judge, (I. M.
Ogdeii, Kwi.,; surrounded by numerous friends and a
iiriiuani circle ol tint lair sex, lionored also by the prrs
I ence of Capt. Ilowiion and officers of thu if. H. Hch'r.
Khark, und C'apt Haillia and officers of II. II. M. H.
Mudestc. A noble array of horses were on the ground,
, tantefully decorated, and arranged by the committee
to contest the different handsome prizes, a list of which
is herewith given. The gaudy and " jocky" dresses of
I the riders were much admired, and the hsppy temper-
, uiiiuiii, Ncmiaiiii unu iixiiuic m ufwun ui uio re
sjsrlcd Judgn went proverbial.
BY H. M. KNIGHTON,
The traveling corrnrranity are respectfully
invited to call. Tho City Hotel k uadergo
ina reDaira. and the Drocrietor feel safe in
saing that when ebmulotsd. his casteeoera will feel
more comfortable, us every necessary attention will bn .
rendered to make them so. His table shall not be '
surpassed in the territory. Those who favor him with
a call from the wet ide of the river, will receive
horw frrnago free. Jan. 30, 1846-1 tf
I "J ' u . 1'iui ia uu tva r WM
larly that for tho " Ladies' Kate," were eagerly con
I tested and great prowem displayed by the riders. It
was gratifying aim, that these sports passed off with
rrgulurity und eclat, and without any serious accident
A handsome pavilion was pictlied iu the center of tho
race course, where the omccrs of Inn ' Modeste enter
ELOI 1c HcDOifAIiD,
"UTAVING rehled Mr. H. Burns' old stand in
MM. Multnomah City, on the west side of tke Wil
lamette river, are now ready to stroolv their friends
m. .. I . ... ., . I " . .
i ne heats, parucu-1 and customers witn au wnoa oi manmactared iron
and steel. They have a large stack of assorted iron
and steel on hand, which will enable them to supply
all orders in their line with despatch. They have now
on hand a number of Diamond and Cary Plows of the
best quality, axes, drawing knives, moruaBg chisels.
and edge tools of all kinds, warranted to carry a gaod
11 Hi: Subwcnher will sell Lot in the town of Ha-1
lem, ut public auction, on Thursday, the 10th '
of Sept. next. Trans One third in twenty days
the balance, on mx und twelve montlm. The sale will
op. ti at Iti o'rlork, M.
V. II. WII.L.SOX, Agent.
Salem, AuguM 1 1, 18-1C. 3tl5.
taim d at dinner a numerous circle, among whom were j edge, or no charge. All of which will be sold at a
tho officers of the Khark,' and much happmew and j moderate price for good pay.
good ficling prevailed. Communicated. 0Customers coming from the eoMsido of the Wil-
Wo acknowledge the receipt of the uccon:;anying lametto river to our shop for iron work, will be ferried "
list of horws, ownrm, riders, heats, prizes, ic. &c. ffcc of "K"- Feb.19, 1846-ltf
whii li wr find too lengthy for insertion. Ki. I T&V6T11 flwrl Ttaairf-
NOTICE is hereby given to the citizens of
Oregon, that tho undersigned is now occupy
ing the stand formerly Kept by many, on ne
west wile of the riter. and hopes to give general eatie
faction to all who may call on him. Term Ready
pay, 2.r cents per ineaL Price for horse over night,
75 cents. All kind of produce will be received for
Aim, 1,000 Hide Waateal, which he will
tan on Miares, or carh or store pay will be given.
Hides will bo received at any time at the above stand,
and aim, Hides coming dovm the river, can be left at
above the ails, where the under-
signed will receive them.
J. V. SMITH.
Linn City. April 30, l84C-7tf.
Application for Divorce
A I'l'LICATION will be mado by the undersign
il id, to the bun. county court of Polk county, at I jr Sharp's shop,
the next special ti-nn of said court, to lw hold on Moti-' jned will rcceiv
day tin- luili day ol uctoiier next, within and lur said
rountv, fur a derrer to dissolve tho bonds of matrimo-
ny now sulMrtuig between hunsclf and his wife Sarah
Ann Colwetl, the suid Sarah Ann being a non-resident
of this territory. '
NATHANIEL VJ COLWELL.
Aiifruft 20, IS-lti. ltl.. J
To all whom it may coacera.
TJOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
1 will apply to the lion, the county court of Polk
enmity, at tlie next special term thereof, to be held on
Monday the l!Mh day of October next, for a decree
of divorce from the Iwnds of matrimony now subsisting
between him und his wife Eleanor Mcbaniel, formerly
.M'im Eleanor Hun ton. ELISHA .McDANlEL.
AugiMtSO, lti-lb'. Itlfi.
Hat Mannfiictdrj, Ongom City.
JOHN TRAVERS fc WM. GLAHER,
Having associated themeelvee together in mann
facturing Hats at Oregon City, are now ready
to supply their friends and customers with hate manu
factured in Oregon. Although the profits are small,
they confidently hope, by "their prompt attention to
Dimness, to do ante lo lumisn nau 10 ine uregon ciu
zens at reduced prices.
Wool, Ixtavr r, otter, raccoon, wildcat, muakrat, mink,
prairie wolf, and fax skins will be taken in exchange va
fur hats. February 5, l&lS-Itf
j for thr Sprttator.
n r i: r i ini.it'TiMi.
i I am rripimtrd tn fiirni'h the following notire of a
iiinrt painfully herein mg visitntiuti of Providenre, in
' thr "uddrn rviuual, by druth, of Kiley, tlm Uurdum
of Andrew 1). and Polly .Smith, uf Yamhill comity.
Thi'drr-eoNM! miii born Jan. 1st, 1639, in the State
, ol NiwYork. llr emigrated to this country' in 1W3
i witli his futhrr's family. In tlm summer of M3, hr
iittruilrd u cunip-nieetmg, nt which tunc, with several
other of thu famil), he gau his heart to Uod, aud
Ik'ciiiiu it hoivful subject of renewing grace. He
noon juiiud Ilir ,M. II. Church, iu which ho remained
a iiiMrnt, liiiiulila und growing disciple of 'Christ,
until Im wan n moved to tho church tritimpaiit. The
partirulurs of hw death wrru us follows:
( n Woiliiiwluy, Iho 32d tilt., ho left Ins father's
hoiihe, tn the allenionti, nccouipaiiii'd b) uyuuugrr
brother mid another lad ubout 10 years old, and went
'into the water above the falls of "the. Yamhill river,
', for tho ptiriMim) of bathing ; and tho bottom of the
! Mrram U'liig nx:ky and uiicuvcn, il is tliought that lie
suddenly iobi ins loouiig iu waierociwceii uvu unu pi
fret deep. Hr w as Been by tho two bids, struggling in
thu water, a if strangled ; but as they were unable
to swim, tin')- could uhurd him no relief. Shortly after
ho disupprurVd, others wuro at tho placo and diligent
wurrh was mailo for thu body, which was discovered
itliout six o'clock the samr evening and conveyed to
his father h liniiso. Hut tho spint hud returned to mm
who gave it, hence, ull ntteinpu to rcsuscituto woso tin
uvailinir. Thu dav followiiiL'. tho funcrul services were
uttonded by u lurgo und deeply affected tuucmbly of
sympathizing tnemis, ona xno solemnities oi mo occa
won drew tears front almost every beholder.
Hut while we thus lament win early departure of
our young friend, we ure consoled In thu reduction
that he lived long enough to endear himself in the
affections and esteem of all who enjoyed his acquaint
ance, and to leave an examplo of filial affection, ear
ly und ardent piety worthy of the imitation of the
youth of our land, and avail himself of an interest in
llim who is tho resurrection and the life.
' That life is long that answers life's great end."
Salem, August 15, 1846.
The Lynn ladioa wear n stylo of bonnet, sitting
very much back from the face, and called by the ex
pressive name of " Kias-me-qulck-berbra-mothereea-you."
It is the opposite of those long looking, poker
tsh bonnets which ore called " Ki.me-lf-you-dre,H
PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOWS!!!
810,000 Rneardfor everyone to attend to his
TH E subscriber begs leave to inform the pubCc at
large, that he has established himself in the
lilackvmithiug in general, in Oregon City, where he
w ill keep on hand an oMnrtment of Plows, which can
not be ftirposscd in the States. Persons wishing to pur
rhaxc plows, can bo accommodated with them, finish
ed or unfinisheO. Also, Patent Pitch Fork, Hoes,
Axes, and all kinds of mechanics' tools. Aa the
senber hasjiad long experience in machinery, he feels
hiinielf competent to execute all kinds of mUl work,
A I'l'LICATION will bo made upon bill filed in smngie machines, ana inraamng macninee oi wo wm
im. the Tualaty county court, at the next July term ' approved patent.
of the county court, to be holden on Hie last Monday ' G'nt,e'!e' wh porchaee ny f the above
uilitrco, mil uu well u t;au aw mwimw. w iiih i.i.w
on Main street, Oregon City.
D. C. INGLES.
February 19, 184G-2tf
To all whom it aiay coacera.
IVOTICE is hen. by given, that the nndcnigned
1 will ujiply to the huu. the county court of Polk
county, ut tlie next special tenn thereof, to lie held on
Moudu) the lilt'; day of October next, foradrcrerof
divorce from the bonds of matrimony now mibisting
between her und her htuband Nathan WocWry
August 20, lr'lfi.-ltl.'i.
BILL FOR DIVORCE.
in July, I84G, for a divorce to dissolve the bonds of
matrimony between Martin (tillihau and Elizabeth
tiillihan. Said bill is filed by the Mid Elizabeth, and
till persons interested may attond and defend if they
think proper. j W. O. T'VAULT,
Junu 27, 18 IC-ttl2 Sol. for compl't.
THE Mibscnhcr have, this day, formed a co-part-ncrvbip,
for the transaction of general commis
sion business, ut Orrgon City and Portland, under the
name and tle of 1 . . nsTTiuaoxK at o.
F. W. PETTYROVE,
' A. E. WILSON.
Oregon City, July II. 1646-13tf
OTICE is hereby given, that the subsenber has
lirm ilnlv niioointed administrator of the estate
'of Dr. John E. Long, lato of Clackamas county, de-
ceUacd; und bus taken upon himself that trust, by giv
ing bonds, as tho lawMirecU. And all persons having
demands upon tho estate of the said John b. iong, are
required to exhibit the same ; und ull persons Indebted
to tho said cstute, ure called upor?to mako payment to
PETER . STEWART,
Oregon City, July 23, 1846-13tf Adm'r.
Herae for Hale.
"" HAVE four superior Saddle Horses which I will
M exchange for Oregon Scrip. &
IDTEast corner of Third &. Mala streets, Oregon City.
July 23, 184G-13tf
ALL persona are hereby cautioned from trading for
or receiving a certain, note, on Vancouver, for
$50, signed by FT Budroe, and witnessed by H. Fettle,
and dated about April 4, 1846. Payment has been
topped at the Fort. 8aid note waa taken from the
trunk of the subscriber, with other monks, la a black
pocket book, on or about the 95th of May. 4846.
Oregon City, July 9, 184V3tI ' v
Farm for Sale.
Tho subscriber hereby notifies the public
7i.il generally, and those in particular who wish
l!t!L to nurchose an improved claim, in an eligible
part of tho country, that his claim Is now offered for
sale. Said claim lies on th Wallace Prairie, adjota
InirJax. Forco and Jno. Ford, formerly known asB.
I Del Cour's claim, having a log cabin and a FxaMk
J barn, and also another set of logs for a cabin, whisk
I was once put up, and haa been removed and afcoet
two hundred acres enclosed, and anoni suiy acres ot
that old land, upon it. Said claim Is abort 3 Bailee
from the Salem mills, and 4 miles from the O.tfen
Institute Terms reasonable, and conditions easy. For
further particulars, enquire of the subscriber at Salem
mills. JNO. B. McCLANE.
March 19, 184G-4tf
Farm for Sale.
MThe subscriber offers his valuable claim, in
Tualaty plains, for sale., There are on the
claim 80 acres in cultivation, under a good
fence, with a leg-cabin thereon, and also timber for a
framed dwelling and barn, a quantity of shingles, Vc.
Persons wishing to purchase a good farm, will do well
to visit the above, u It will be sold on good terms.
May 98, l846-9tf ",,. A.COOK.
The OKfMa 0aetMfr.
TMFive dollars in advance : if MpaW tB
tho expiration of three montas, six doeklLaad if Met
paid at the eapiraakmof six months, the tuiHsjwh
serve the right to ojiscontinus.
UT Advsrtisemews Inserted at one dollar and ifty .
cento per square of sixteen lines or less, ha Itst
insertion, and seveaty-crve csats far each NkstssMat
iasertioa, A Haeral deewcekai to yearly aV irtsaw,
UTAH kinds of JOB WORK haafcesBaryasse
U4 at tha shortest nebce-paysM at tat aaraaet. "