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. OREGON SPECTATORr
t. GOODRICH, KOrTOX ' "t
Saturday Morning, Feb. 24, 1855.,
OCWrpondenU in sending letters
me eaitor oi inia paper, are tequestea
. wnie uis-name in aaaress, insteaa ot tne
name of the paper. ; ' .
AOALXST THE INStDfOUS. WJU3 OF FoBSION
L-fnuiuci, (I certrjctt vou to beluvb
j., fSLXdvr c(Tizbns) tbx jialousy of
x fkee rsorur, ousht TOBi coHSTiNTiT
r ' o" or ib most BANI
-Jfirx. toes ""or" a Republican Govejh
MX JT t. TFjjAlitr tow. ". l
i :l"AYllieaV flour, bats, butter,
eo-p. rrnVTrmri -r' :rwTWl
job-work at this officeJ
THE STEAMER' GAZELLE.
hia magnificent new wreck was thesn
' ject of much scheming,' and no little "small
' talk"- on- Wednesday last.. We guess how-
evrr vuai uie omcer wno inea 10 sen ine
. itniailine first bui was two thousand
, aoinrs, Dut in course of an boar was run up
r to si thousand, six hundred and fifty, and
. knocked down to somebody (f) who, it Is
impossible, pwctly, to find out The gen -
eratjmpression here isthat the biters .were
-'tbnlitnost beautifully bitten.' "Slip-
pe Urat their own game in trying to TseU
- - u vrtuii w vregou vity capiuuisia, oy
bluing on Iter themselves to a larger am't
tha they were able 'to command.' But it
tflooki nard to censure gentlemen when they
- appear to be trying to do the best they can.
The Gazelle will undoubtedly be "sold for
ralt,;oiBTIoBa,ay March 5th by deputy
sheriff Wilson. -
- OrSteamer Franklin has been chartered
for a few weeks, to run in the Yamhill river
trade by Cap t Jamison."
--(tThe pew nq.n6r law hajmiSed i little
eicitemcnt In town, onaccopnt of the "pe-l fore, and to which we had heretofore answer
tUion.and "remonstrance" which are being ed evasively. - But mark the features. Not
"l, cWolated.i ; tblnk the lf most ridi -
. culoiftiy petty, and altogether' oh the "one-
horse . order,' and have some suppositions
that he Honorable gentjemea was. drunk
Mill. We like temper -
anoe and are willing to coniend for it on all
1: reasonable" occasions, but when metfgo ahd
- make a la w that is of no' more consequence
t.i. J: - j i i t . . -
thnthe present "liquor Iaw,rjeinkj&eL8nch in these. pcJiticat-stnfes; f iJut-wedo
least said and done about it the better.
.. t. . .; 1 .
. CpWe have been told that "in all prob
ability'; the P.' M. S. S. Co. in their infinite
wisdom, will not bring op the mail now due
thewiU not omit to7 perform', if possible,
very thing, they , can that is contemptibly
mean and selfish, yet we hope Oregonian s
wdr be perfectly Mm" on the subject"
JeND OF VOLUME SEVENS
iwim uiis pumoer closes the 7th year
of this paper, and with it go onr sincere re
gards to all those who have tried to support
and, sustain it through) its many trials and
flimcuIUea, IJut-we are sorry to say th a it I
yet has on- its books many names who are
not worthy to have this or any other paper,
waen w'e bought this office we bought over
tw hundred names, the most of whom, pet I
haps, liked to bare the paper in their boose,
but none of which Mr ed whether they ever
paid for It or hot, and the most of whom I
we should instantly have scratched from" the I
bovks had.we known them, and from time
to lime these names have came in with a line t
sometimes, stating that ihey never had sub-1
scribed, did not want, and never would pay I
for the paper. . But because we have been
thus gulled, we don't want any one to think
that we credit the performance of it to finaa-1
cial AiH or intellect."-In the meanUme'we
hav' between two anil three hundred sub-
scnbersJthst we suppose are good, and those
of them whom we obtained .ourselfwe
xxof ajre-y utj to the point, the subscrip
tions of a tt those who owe any thinsr for
this paper .end TO-DAY, ahd hereafter, we
shall therefore, send it ONLY TO THOSE
-VHQ HAVE-PAIO; VP;-except, per-
- Deipn b lew wDom w oeiieve to De perfec Jj
wining, ana wno intend topay jp lmroe-
diatelyT" We know or many respectable
Then who would bate to' have their names
' ' appear orfa supplementary list as having
notwia us, or to pay costs, either. " Take
doe notice threot . "
.... (ttrNext week we shall publish an origi
nal toryy written fot us by viola Geat.
A "Sketch orone of the Would be's.H .
"W are under mar oblfgations to Hon.'s
Columbia lancaster, and Joseph Lane, for
luable public Afcnmnts.
-. ClT0'wlilrt)poUU in from Honolu-
lu, roii.ngihe parage La ibout twee ty-live
r fclrWt are indebted to Capt. Thomas
Job'n(p,cfbif pty,pr latest Sandwfch'f
lauJ dates, pf ship."Metrojlis.-
CO" We would call attention w our new
Mvertiaerrwnts.-r-'We hope oQr, friends will
wait a few weeks who with advertising done.
Our "columns are so full now, that it really
does seem as if. we ought not to receive any
more at present " , '
to fcj-We that the Southern Dem
to nave nominated, throueh their orsran
UK. -:..oa m. l,ar, w
Drew, as candidate for -Delegate, subiect to
. .. i
the decision of the Territorial Democratic
Convention, ,.' &
Why jdon'tMr. Standhard shake out his
i rusty eolctrt also, upon which the tame ,of
- t j. upn.i !. :j;,i.a t a ,V
- , . , .t , .
juonsjur, x imea suane hi urn ureeze am
rag, wo, upon wdicb ine .name oi j. iane,
scarcely perceptible I And you,
Bush! ! wbjr don't you take one of those
.q yonrfolki captured last' fan m
Snake Indian war, cut he throat, get the
blood, and wi' . the paw of that Know-noth
ing traitor you have there, write the name
of "D. Smith of Lyn-coliTbig rectletters
on that black, dag of-yours, and. run it up to
the top of your'defunct capitol,' where it
can wave proudly over the dilapidated state
of things generally t hey, why don't yet
DelusionVcoaxed" yoa hough, now ! you
ought to, Bush, sure. "
All of the loco " crinders seem to have
forgotten judge Williams, wW is n'nques
jtionably the best, and, most'auailable man
I in their ranks,
tfcme bn gents,' and here's for' Mark A.
Chinn, to beat your best.
' 0T Mr Prentice, of the Louis ville Journ
al, save that the Territorial capitol at Salem
Oregon, is nearly completed, and that the
next Legislature will meetly it. But he's
mistaken. ""Them Salem bwldin's Mr". i
"gas works," your thinkin'of, and rthe seat
of Government is stopping for 'the season
at Corvallia. .
, .: -.- HONESTY ..- ' .
We often meet honest men. We saw
one yesterday. Her asked "ns ' a xiuSslion
which we have ' fteqhently beed asked be-
Ulioeament "betokens deceit .thee is not a
wrinkle that denotes baseness, mvolousness
or dishonesty. j There are no deep furrows
that mark the mind as fickle but much to
! the contrary and we Ventured a satisfacto-
ry answer to .jhis '.question. " Does he go
t i Li-n : t. : .
away chuckling of having wont a case!
No. - He is an honest man. . How rare" are
meet hem occasionally, and those too, who
sooner than knuckle to suclwas exist ih some
political walks, would permit their graves to
early filled, and the place left unmarked
even by an evergreen,
OCrDf. Stewart, a dentist of New York',
has a servant girl, "a very devout Catholic,"
who under the influence of chloroform r-
cently denounced Catholicism strongly, and
especially the priests, as a set of unmitiga
ted hnmbugr . ;
z UTAH AND ITS. PEOPLE.
We have heretofore alluded to the state
of things in Utah, and it ia with regret that
we have to spak again upon a subject so
fonL : . The papers have of late been publish-
ing extracts from a sermon (?) of Elder Or-
son Hyde, which for blasphemy and bru
tality can hardly be paralleled. 7 The de
fiance of polygmy is based upon an'ouTrage-
ous perversion of the scriptures and denun
ciatory parts ofthe address are too beastly
to fall from the lips of a human being. It
rumored that Col. Steptoe declines the
governorship of the new territory. We do
not wonder at this, It will be a dangerous
nd disagreeable post, but for all that it is,
nevertheless, the post of duty. Someone
tnust undertake it, and fee supported tn the
undertaking by the. whole military force, if
need be, of the United States. No plea of
religious toleration an avail this camp of
outlaws, and the sooner they are either
broken up or . forced into the observance of
outward decency the better. We are glad
to see that most of thj presses of the country
instead of republishing the obnoxious re
mark of Elder Hyde, give merely the ne-
eessary outline which reveals their character
without inflicting their yilenessupon the
, . '
Colonel Steptoe, the new Governor of
the Mormons, is said to be conscientious,
mild-dispositioned man, the Episcopal
faith, and a men ber of that church. '"
- There were some reports, at the time of
the breaking out of the war with Russia,
about gold that had been sent here to in
fluence public opinion. ,W confess there
has beeq a great change in the tone of the
newspapers press recently, and journals that
were fortnerlr praising the. heroism of the
Turks, and fandinar their tatriotim. have
now soft 'and honied words for the Caar.
What has occurred to alter the position-of
affairs C If7 the: war was., just in the com
mencement it must be so now ! for nothing
has taken, place to chares the briorinal cause
of diflkillf Have we Russian 'gold
Terrible as s collision at this time be
tween the General Government and the
Mormons might be,ave say, unhesitatingly,
let it come if it must. Let the legitimate
authority of the IJnited States be 'main'
taihed in the TerMory of Utah, even if, in
order to that end, the whole Mormon popu
lation have to be driven off .or annihilated
All appearances indicate unerringly, that,
sooner or later, a conflict between the Mor
mons and the lawful authoriiies-oflhe na
tion must take place, and if so, surly the
sooner it takes place the better. Zouiv7
HORACE ORE ELY. !
Thfi gentleman passed through . our city
yesterday to Akron, where be lectured last
night.' He stopped long enough to get a
bowl of bread (Graham) and milk. . The
first time we ever met the philosopher was
ten years ago, in this city, on hjs way to
the same place, a delegate to a National
Universale Convention. IIoBACBthen
believed that all the world and the rest of
mankind would surefir be saved and trr to
Heaven swift asVjrumming bird, bat we
believed he now excepts from - his- sjrace
LocofocosILZanoU'Know .Nothings!LH'ith a
tight squeeze fSrSilver Grays. ; fiwAKn is
his political Peter and has the keys to the
kingdom.-IIe is getting of late'quite select
fn the company he keeps. Cleveland Plain
Dealer. ; " "! ".""
-The order of "United Sons of . America' J
is now organizing in every wara oi tne cuy,
This order,. We believe, is regularly char
tered by proper authorities, Similar to the
Masouic institution. ; it dates back to 1828,
b?V?Z ,cUdedwith the-fbons
of Liberty,1 in Cincinnati, "Ohio. - Its object
ia reporiea io oe oom patnouc ana oenevo
lent. In politics thw. "order' is said to be
in favor of the principles advocated by the
National Native American party, which as--
emtied infold independence nail, at f hu-
adelpma,"ra1845,":atid join their brothers
in the South in keeping out all others tsmr
from their ranks in a national point of views.
One damp of the L orderlhaa ..been1 institur
ted in "Boston some six yekrs. .We'hear
that tbev have now camps ih the first,
second " and ythird wards. andjhembera
enough to bold the balance of power on a
plurality election. : Npne but 'triie :blue"
Americans can get into this secret political
order, as it is said members proposed -are
well looked after. Jsotton I ranvnpt, JJee,
12. -.. , i .
Thata the "order"-w would like to. be
A n.nery for the propagation of choice
shade and fruit trees for tyonolulu is mnch
needed, and we would suggest it, A. We have
uo doubt that a. good, business coulir be
made of it. - There are many ornamental
vines growing on the different islands,' which
would add much, to the beauty of city resi
dences, if cultivated, but only three or four
different" varieties arejeen here. Polyne-
aura. , :-" -: .,
Americans, read and let it be sounded out
through the length and breath of the land.
Do you know who, has the charge of the
archives relating to the secret sei vice money,
one of the most important and delicate trusts
in tee State Department, and we may say,
uuder our government f I will inform you,
Edward Stitbbs, a Roman Catholic Irish
man, and - who 4f : taid arrived in," this
country in the year 1810. . r -
1 his Mr. otubbs is the person who hgured
so onspiciously in the infamous Charge
made by Charles J. Ingersoli against Daniel
Webster, alleging that -Mr. Webster lad
applied, to his' private use the secret service
money of the Uuited States. Mr. Webster
promptly demanded an investigation, and
was most triumphantly acquitted, showing
that there was not a shadow of ground for
the cnarrre, and, since that hour, Mr. lnger.
soil has passed from the public eye, only to
be remembered with loathing and disgust.
Mr. Stubbs, in Mills s "Guide to the Cap
ital, is stated to be disbursing agent for
the State Department, and must, therefore,
in addition to the disbursment of the' secret-
service money, have had charge of the funds
for the payment ot the entire diplomatic
corps. ' ''- ... '
He is also the superintendent of the buil
ding and grounds connected with the State
Department, and, as a consequence, has the
qnasi appointment and dismissal of the
watchmen and laborers; ; .
Since Mr. Stubbs s re-appointment, which
was under tho present administration, (for
he was promptly removed by General Tay
lor, on account of the Webster aflair.Y 1 am
informed that the following appointments
have been made in the corps of wtttebman
and laborers : '
Anthony Best, a foreign Roman Catholic.
Scott, a Roman Catholic.
An Irishman and a Catholic, not yet na
turalized, (name not remembered.)
Lucas, a Roman Catholic -
-Brshnan, I Roman Catholic '
-Dant, a Roman Catholic.
-McGrann, an Irish Roman Cath-
But I have something further to state in
regard to Mr Stubbs. I extract from the
Baltimore Qipper..of. the. 22od of-Augustlyf f ions Iron,- j-- . '..
last The circumsUncea connected" wiii rV AtXAN, M KINLAY Sl CO.
the removal of Mr.' James, (who has also a
large family,) evince a degree of bitterness
drCTecution almost unparalleled, and
remind one forcibly of the feelings which
must "have prompted those demons of the
inquisition who took such delight, (as' the
Shepherd of the Valley expresses it,)T"in
roasting heretics." ,
"Mr. James has for a long time held the
place of watchman in the State Department,
and has always sustained the reputation. of
most faithful officer, and an exemplary
member of the. Methodist Episcopal Church.
A few days, ago be called on Mr. otubb,,
the superintendent of thebnilding. and re
quested a Iqave of absence for five days, to
attend' camp-meeting. Stubbs, who it 'a
notorious Irish Catholic, (with large salary)
iuformedhim tha( he would let him know
in the evening ; but instead of granting the
request, placed in his hanSs a note informing
him that his services were no. longer re
quired... His successor, asjoumay suppose,
is a foreign Rdtnan Catholic.!' . . . .
Tf the fni-iroincr Hom not onen the tm c(
the American public, and arouse them to
action, 1 am graetly m$takeh. " ,v'
Whig Territorial Conreuttou..
Tli several counties in Oregon, u dow organ
ixed. araf requested to Alect il'-'egatcs.'tp meet in
Convention at Corvallts, on Wedutmfofo ftie 18th
day of April next, for ihe purpow ornouiiuntine a
eandidat for delegate to Congreas, and to transact
nich other bueineas ae may be deemed advisaple
for the future welfare of Oregon.
TSTKacu county will be entitled to donble tne
number of their representation in both louses of
the Legislative' Assembly as delegates to said'Con
vention. i' r ,-r-i-- .
"JAMES D. McCURDY,
--' C. A. REED, .
T. X DRYER, """L
, Territorial Whig Committee '
Whig County Convention -
The whin of Clackamas County,- are requested
to meet in Conventlbn in Oregon. City oi Tues
day March 6th at' 2 o'clock -P. M.i to nominate
delegates to whig Territorial Convention to be held
at Cprvallis, April loth. -- . - - r -- .
bach precinct is requested to send three dele
gates. The whigs or the precinct recently annexed
to .bis county will please take notice or th e request.
-I,. JAMtS U'WriiLiL., cnairn.
" . . V ' '. of County Committee.
' ' i : :
TVoii ftfe Theim-
jjERSIQNED havinff Jeased -4ha-
mill of the VVjlrarnette Falls Co. at Linn City, are
now prepared' to furnish to order,, lumber of all
descriptions.-. We have also a planing, tmigueing
and grooving machine in successful operation for
planing Flooring, ceiling, siding, pickets, Arc. Al
so a circular saw for kith, pickets, &a,, and prices
to suit the times. We solicit a share of the pub-
Hic patronage. ( ' '
.. ' M. ft. JiAKAU.W.
1. - v JAS. W. BAKER.
Lisx. CiTy,Feb24, 1 855r
U. S. MAIL LINE. ,
on City and Portland.
Jennie Clark !
J. C. AmsyoRTH, Master.
WILL run Daii (Sandays'Cxcepted J ia the
above-named trade, leaving OregonCity
every day at .18 o'clock, . at:
Returning, will leave Portland at 2 r. is,, touch
ing at all intermediate points. ; '.
' For freight or passage apply on boaiifL V .' f .-.
Feb.24, 1855. ' "' : . . : '
: . To Rent.
1W1SU to rent my bulging in Main- St., con
taining two large rooms, upper ahd kver stoi
ries. : .PosBession given to lower room immediately,
and to upper room", March 10th J l855."Teriiis
easV. ' ; DrirrcooD.
- Apply to JAMES O'NEILL. -
i 'Oreaon-Citv. Feb. '24, 1855 53t3--
- . .- -
Real Estate for Sale !
I HAVE received a power of attorney to sell
the House and Lauds, known .as the Nun.
nerv of the Sisters of Notre Dam in tho vacinitv
of Oregon iCity, there are eight lots in one block,
all of which are under hieh cultivation, wtth 200
fruit trees currants and a great variety of shrubbery.
For a private residence' school or cnurcn purpo
ses cannot be ear pawed n Oegou. Will be sold
cheap for ready money or goods ecurity.
Apply to, -- . r uKiis juakiJja x ..
t R. E. RANDOM, ,
Geijeral Dealer in.Dry Ooods,
GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, AC, C. "
Milwaukie,0. T. Feb. 10, 1855.-50tf
AT WAR WITH HARD TIMES 17
AT the Eagle Bakery the undersigned are still
Jm. on hand and selling off at the old rates. Al
though flour has advanced we are still selling 12
loavesfor $1. And keep. constantly on hand a
good supply of butter boston soger and lemon crack
ers, wholesale and retail. :
Merchants and others will find it to their ad
vantage to call an 1 examine the quality of the ar
ticles. Crackers put up in boxes containing from
15 to 20 pounds; also in barrels and half-barrels,
all of which we are selling at rates Dot to ie un
dersold in the territory.
CIIARMAX & WARNER.
Oregon City, Feb. 10, 1855.
4 fr?h suiiy
GROCERIES just received by
CHARM AN dk WARNER.
BY CHARM ANA WARNER.
LARGE lot of floor on nancf, for sale by
M fT. boxes sperm eandh
by ALLAN, MKINLAY &. CO.
A JfS) cases tobacco gran dlncki,
tWby ALLAN, 1KINLAY & CO.
i Collins chopping' and broau axes,
ALLAN, MKINLAY & CO.
GRINDSTONES and mountings,
by ALLAN, MKINLAY &CO.
eases window glass,
by ALL AN, MKINLAY & CO.'
Koxes firm runscatil raisins, I, r' -' f
ALLAN, M'KINLA,ydr, CO. :
ONE hundred h collars, : - -by
TIM" ILL saws, 7 feet.
Crojscut saws, 8 andJ7
ALLAN, M'KINLAYf At CO.
TlACKSrvf ITH'S bellows and tools, and car
JL3 penteir tools also, by
ARGE 1st of men's and beys' clothing
ALLAN, WK INLAY fcCO.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT,
AN& OF THE VERY fiEST KIND,
, . - . CHARM AN it WARNER.
BY CHARM AN WARNER.
Fine Table Salt
BY CHARM AN & WARNER.
.NEW BOOKS !
J usl received from New York 1 1
.. "For Nurserymen. .;'.
Downing's "Fruits and Fruit Trees.''
Thomas' FrJuiS enltnraaV .
Elliott's "American Fruit Grower."
Yonatt, "On tlie Horse." Yonatt on Shrep. .Al
len's .American Farm r uookv " Fetwemterg's eom
pfete Farmer and Gardner. -. Ilea's book of Do-
rue tic .Animals. . . '
,..-..' i-r CHASPOPE,Jr.
BY. CIIA RMAN. $ WARNER.
sf RE AT pleasure we take by informing the
Jf people of Oregon that we have iust recsived
from San Francisco a splendid iiaBortincat fer tlie
Holidays "Toys ef all.-kinda. Candies of every
discription and quality, also some good raistpa, figs'
prunes, honey, apples ana nuts. . ,
ALSO, a new arrival of good cigars. .' .. i- ;
We will haje on hand the best of cakes, ptee,
and crackers. And will make to order any thing ia
our line, on short notice and in tne best syle possi
ble. 1 Please calj and examine our aasortmentfbe
fore purchasing elsewhere, for we wjixsell cheap.
- - All orders punctually attended to, and goods pur
chased in our establishment oanbe delivered to any
part of. the city. : , '
Dec. 23. CtlARMAS &. WARNER,"
CK AM,1 ItOGERS & C(TS
CALIFORNIA AND OREGON
""'Connecting at Shaft teit.h ADAMS '- CsVt
well Known ana unrivalled fcifie ,Atlanti. and
European Express, ' '.
K. 4V. CO. would most respectfully Inform
s the public," that they have riiidji ai range
menta tn forward -a. Weekly KzprCss, to and from
the following places, in charge of our regular mes
sengers : - 7"
... -i .3..L .w Fi!ioirAi,'orricsCi-. '.- U-.
Yrtkar - Jackfnville, Allhouse, Veavervill.
PittsburgH, Pitt' UUer;
'' " ' j ' ' ALso' ' '
Trinity River,' Scott's Bar, Klamath 'Rivet,
Rogue River, DeadwooJ Creek, Greenhorn Creek.
Cottonwood .Creek,' Bestvifl?,- (Sailor "Diggings,
Canpnville, Salem, Soott River, Scott Valley,
Salmon River, Indian Creek, 'llunibuit Creek,
Hungry Creek, 'Cherry Creek. Hamburih, Cres-
cent City, Winchester, Portland, and' Oregoa Ci-
Ve sell at ith of our principal offices,
1 JSIGHT DRAFTS
on A DAwa . Co., in the Atlautio States and Eta
CHECKS AT PAR - ZTT""
on Adamaife. Co Offices,. UtrouxhouLJhe States.
. UbrVSn S Received, special of otherwise.
Trli'liighesfprice paid for - - .
" c GOLD DUST,,.
Treasures, Valuable Packages, Letters, &.c,
forwarded by our n-gular messengers with the ut
most despatch. -
Particular attention paid to Collections. Orders
for Goods, parcels or packages promptly atleuded
to, and forwarded according to instructions.
All Business entrusted to our care, will be faith
fully and promptly executed. -
I HAM, KtlUKKS & tl).
Jacksonville, Oct. 13, JB53-3.'tf. v
lOLLLNS' chopping axes, at
COLLINS' broad axes, for sale. Inquire at ''
1 jun9 DEMENTS.
Boiled Oil. -
I TWENTY irorf bottles boiled paint Oil, 3 gall
a each. 10 do . boil,ed pnintOil5do
each.-- Just received, and for salt;, cheap, by
ALLAN, WK1XLAY $ CO.
Oregon City, May 5, 1854-1 Jy
"OU will find Glue at the store of
LATOUllETTE 4 HOLLAND.
tYto d 0 Doz mens white and mixed cotton
At 9 JL half hose for sale cheap by
LATOURETTE & HOLLAND.
NE hundred and eight Clb boxes sperm can
dles, a fine article in fancy boxes, by
PRESTON, O'NEILL & CO.
CI rushed sugar in barrels for snls by
LATOURETTE 4 HOLLAND.
SKALED herring in tins, by
LATOURETTE it, HOLLAND.
PORK, Bacon and Lard for sale by
JNO. P. BROOKS.
daman tine candles for sale by
bushels of oats for ale by
JNO. r. BKOVA8.
' Hundred menrwool snx at $2 J per dos by .
CJEAMLESS SACKS, for sale by
r3 LATOURETTE 4 HOLLAND.
IIEETINOS hickory land drilling by
LATQLUilSi TJS HULUAN'U.
MY SNA Figs at the Stort of .
EAR 200 pairs o bows, - - :
by ALLAN, M KIVI.AY &CO.
JU8T received, 150 fairs window sasli, 10 j
12 and 8 10, by " . vl
. - A Lb A IVT M ' K I X LA Y & CO. ;rf
ackerel in hatf-bareels by
LATOURETTE $ HOLLAND.-.
A. Curiosity !
T has been observed that "when iar the cours
Jay, of Jiuman usenU ft beoomes nceesaryJUesell i
reaivpry-cheapririen it is you - notice people ef
all classes approaching the Kagle Bakery, constant
ly, in search of LiQHT-bread, where it is being dis
posed of at the rate of ---
. Twelve 1 Ont' lonvc for t I
CHARMAN $ WARNER.
Oct. 14.- , .-- :
O yoii want fruits of different kindsT Buy
m m m s-a mm air a mmr a we a n
Of VtlAKiVAll nAHMSK.
KM, sardines, oysters, clams and can. lies,
by - CHARMAN, &. WAUjlElt.
tap just received by
Jho. P. Brooks.
Canemah! Canemah! I Canemahl 1 1 '"
JUST received at the old stand '
3000 lbs to 1 china sugar.
1000 lbs Orleans sugar. 1000 lbs dried peaches. :
3,500 lbs coarse rait. ' 2000 lbs fine salt . 25 ken
syrup.-. 500 lbs lard in tins, which I will sell r'
for Cash. JNO. P. BROOK8.
Canemah, Feb. 10. '55.
..-."J," BY JNO. P. BR00K8.
A large svpplySun t Luyttdnds bv
1 . TirA ' n ti n .
JJ.VV. f. HaUUKS.
A supply of this favorite tobaccco, by
- --.r JNO.rrBROOK&rr
lOOO bu. oats,
By JNO. P. YROOKS.
500 bu poiatoes
By JNO. P. BROOKS.
JNO. P. BROOKS. 1
Pork, by the bbl.
: v , . jjsv. , P. BROOKS.
JNO. P. BROOKS. .-
ay jihu. r.. 1SKUUKS.
f or sale by v JJYV.
Fresh from' Ranch by . -''trT'
JNO. P. BROOKS..
Cdntmah 'Feb. 1 0,-1 85577" T :
GEO. W.; HYDE. ESQ., -
JS-y-ith((rixed Apcnt.-niiA will attend to my;'-: "' ?
4)ninetnirig u absAncf from Ori jron. L u '
1)vorce Notice. r .
. District .Court for .Oregon, and county of v"
Clitckanijia, March 'lorm, 1K55. w -
" Miiiy'uiiiyue1 i -
s . . vs. Pctition for Djvrc..;l .
HrraTii rlSillytie. y' ... 'S
The defenriunt. Hirani Iiillviie. will tuka liotiev :
that Milly Dillyue, the laiiitirt hus filed her p'i-,
tioii in.tlieDislricl t-ourt of Clackamas county
rirayifig a divorce frm tho bonds of matrirnony "
lierelofore' Txitihgbewet n herself anJtho said
Ijffum, aml tliul uijjew aiU delenduiit shall spiea :
anewf r aiul defUu said petition, a dicrte. will ba ,
taken according' to he prayer nf naiil petitiou-, a '
the next term of said court. Milton Ulliott.
'.-Ian. 27r-18tt . (Atfy. for I'lainiifK.
i - -
Divorce Notice. ;
Dilrct court Clackamas cuuuty. . , .
Elixabeth It. Lloyd
'71: vs. . Petition for Divorce. '
John Lloyd. j , . i-' -
To John Lloyd, defendant." Take notice tbtai
uit i nou-penJ.n) in 111 court, in fsvnr sf tho"
siiid Klizubeth U. Lloyd, ligaiiiKl'ynu fur Vdivorcs
from the boml's of matrimony und taut on the
first day of llm next term, of this coura, or as sooit! .
thereafter a co.unre! can be Mard, khasaid Klixa.
beih K. Lloy.l williubmit evident, and insist that"
juilgmcnt for such divorce, sad fer uliHiony be.
gran td toher,ir the causes aud'.as prayed in her.-
petition on fire tri this courk. '
'V-- l S. UoLutreo, Clerk. .' :t
n. i,. " m r, i n s asi y..
District com at Clackamas county .
Francis Jolinusa V
vs. lVtitioa fss Divorcew
I.utliera Jokasosx j
To Lutlierta Jejiasen, Defendant; TUts- no
tice, that 4 suit is now pending iu this conrt in fa
vor of the said Krantis Joliwon, against you, for a
divorce from the bends of matrimony ; and that on
the first day of the next te:inoftbis court, or i soon
thereafter as oonnsel can, be heard, the said 1'ran
cis Johnson will submiLfvidence and insist that
judgment fer such divorce, and for alimony, be
granted to him, for the cause and as prayed in the
petition on file ia this courts ; ,
K. S. Holland. Clsrk. .
A. E. Wait. pl'lTs atl'y. Jan. 97-48t4. :
1 ICKLES i gallon jars by - -
LATOURETTE d HOLLAND.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S;
Between' Oregon,' California, tie Atlantis
States and Europe,
- HAVING madeadvantai
arrangements with the United
States and Pacific Mail Steam
ship Companies for ti anHportatioa, we are now pnw
pored to forward Gold Dost, SuHion, Specie,'' -Package.
I'arcclsanii Freight, ta and from IS "
York, N. Orleans, 8na Fraaoiseo, Portland, aad ' ' -principal
towns of California an4 Oregon. ' . , .
Our" regular Semi-moothry Express between i .
Portland and 8an Francisoo, Is dispatched by the
Pacific Mail Steamship Co's steamship Colinnbia, .. ,
connecting at San Francisco with our semi-insnth-. '
ly Express to JVew York and New Orleans, which
is dispatched regularly on the Istsnd 16th of each?' .
month, by the. mail steamers and in ehargs ef ear
own messengers, through to destination. 4 f"
Uur bxprees Tram Wow York eves regularly r-
imi ,V.m ,nA onilt i.e amIi twinnil. 1., In wharirA
of messengen. ' " f
Treasure insured in the best New York cem-
panics, or at Lloyd's in London, at the option of':
shippers. r . , . '.S
n nn(nr tl iv. a Aia.i, tlAm, -
1 yy ?r,rrt at New
j The Harden Express to Boetoh, Phnutlslphia x,-
Diiitimore, wasningron, eic. .
! Pullen, Virgil 4 Ca.'s Vermont .and Canada
Express; Davnpartr Mason 6 C.1Vew Bed
ford Express) Livingston, Wells 4 CV Edrs-f
pean Express ; Wtlls, Fares f Cols. : ' x i
-Ovrrcrs New York, No. . lb,'vsil si. j flow
urleans.no, II, exonange (xace au srauawoa,
VUJUICVIilU UUIOBifU UIO AUOUUb UlUBi -
'tt'e" fjoiir.ee t at "New York with the following; J.
well-known lines, vix: The American Express- t
Company, running via Buffalo and Dunkirk to
Cleveland Sandusky, Cincinnati, -St. Louis,. Ts- U
ledo, Detroit. Chicago, tialeuaetc. V '
No. 114, Montgomery sf reel. -
W. H. BRNHART & CO Agents.
Portltnd, O.T., Angus 80, 1853-a7tf
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