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with biro." But fortunately ah wu not in
ai tfca moment, mm) Lizzie began talking to
Lira to cheerfully about what they would
name their boy, that he almoat forgot bia
troubles!" . - t
"Oeraldine aay w " muat name J)im for
fcer, Gerald, M ha.t do you think about it P
v I dont care ; I dont know but that would
be as good a name a any." - , ,-
I think it. a Cashidnable name,' isn't iU"
luquired Liuif. (
r rank, musingly. ' .'
. "And ao I d4 now," said ahe, but it'
common? , . .
"Yea, ao it ia. Gerald Allen, how doea
'"that sound I Pretty well, I cu ess will do
"What is .the matter, with him T asked
tho wife. . V
. 'Obi nothing, onty he has a poor father.
, , rf-y " . 4
haveT no empfoymenandam
owing over a thousand
dollars. -That ia
enough 1 ahould think."
hdearcried ahe4 "what hall we do
I cannot get my piano I am afraid."
nor anything else, if I cannot get
something to do soon, for I can get credit
oui tittle longer. u . .
v:,ni tell you," aaid Lizzie at last, "! will
write to Ellen, and pt jhaps Mr. StClair will
'? Jet joi hare some money, or goods, to be-
-t-7 gin business.for yonrseln ."
. "That, indeed,, Lizzie, Js a capital idea,
the rery thing f 1 will write inyself, this e?e-
liing, but don'; tell your mother about it"
on n replied the wifeianb the
conversation ended. , j-.
, '. III short time the old bidy came in, and
. was j)owerfulg'lad'' t) see Prank, and they
bont thej ; bajV name, and Lizzie's
ri?neings, which her mother had been in
pjcfa'ng, ana ;thua th time passed, rery
pleMaotIy, vforvFrank'a mind was very
much relieved since the proposal of his wife,
ati( thought he at last saw a way opened by
whc ne might realize his most cherished
rpe; v',,;:f7ifg 7: T'Cv"?..;
. J. 'Thkttet, was. despatched in the next
7 pcjiMng'sinai and in short Uroe a favor-
LcwMaLonaa nbxt wise.'
DTCorrespondents in sending letters to
p editor, of thia paper, are requested to
write bis nam in address, instead of the
jname of the paper!Lcfj ' ; , .?
,aiast THK iPfSIDIOCI WILES OF FoiBION
.-'iHTtfTElfCl, (ICONJTKB TOT TO BBLIBTK
9l fBLLOjWr CITIZIXS) THI JEALOUSY OF
" Oil 4 "SB PKOPLf OUGHT TO BB C0H8TJklTLT
AWiK. T ft OKR OF. THB HOST BANS'
, POL FOBS OP A ReFDBLKAII GOVBBS:
T WheAt, flonr, oater butter,
eggs, chickens,' &eL &c,' wanted
.immediately' cn snbscnptions, or
jorwork'At thia office.!
pTNextweek, we shall publish our last
fwrier4,.. Those owing us are politely re-
, rninded, that yet they have a chance, if they
iJfXEDiATXLT avail themselves of it, to for
ward us the money, and save costs.
'(WrThe' scbooher jl U Whiting is
. fcTr'veJ sosjn, for Honolulu, H. !.' f Some-
body has intimated that CapC Whitcomb
has abandoned the Idea of going out in ier
! I ' ,.Ji,n a .
this trip." ' ' , :
w. -t,. i i' i .,.
Y, 6r3Text Monday, steamer "Gaaelle? is
to be sold again. ; Who predicts another
'. Crzle 1 ' "'. '', (
i ii t
..4fcTh. new steamer 'Jennie Clark"
takes the premium. 6he proves the siieoesw
ful experimebi of stern-wheel boats oa the
.Willamette river ; and car climb the rap
ids alone, when other boats bars to vie the
'line." '.;Vrw'."'i:; .- t' .. '
n i '. "
. 0Cr-Th fayrita Portland," CaptMur-
- ray1, is stiil tho: evening boat (or Forilanrl,
and no one need-wish a ssfer cfsft, or more
. sccommodating' officers.' "'" : ' H- !
n'v .i r v fan, . i a ,. ft
T . (fcThe new wharf-boat of Messrs. Bar-,
stow, Coebran-A Co, is eompleUd, and is
ons t( lh best -No trouble bow, danger
- nor delay, in string jreighja, for or from
' fbe) daily packets ;:,;;, j , ''..jf ,
rJW'(ttrtcamWi' ColumbU Is due wit Wed
nesday, with two mails.
- soot from Honolulu. - 8he will probably
return again to the "Islands" as soon ss she
-ftyBark TChaf. Devans." sailed yester
!dVrVW 8srr Francisco." 4 V ' f-' 1 '' '
b ,ujtO "
j v vrtrutonm senoing teuen io u oana
ichlslands , jnust pre-pay the postage or
4hsaiUtUr will never reach their jdcitin-
atioo,, . : ' ,
' .'OatntdaTZIoziiing, Uarcb & 1856.
; Who is to be the whig, candidate t Lt
it be the best man .we have got, and then
we shall at least exhibit our wisdom although
we may de defeated. Le the whigs rally
their force at thecountr conventions. Let
a full attendene be made, manifest on all
such occasions, and for once let them show
' There is now a 'reasonable -supposition
that jheycan" beat either Gen." Lane of
reDlIeaVodg Ptt if Ihiy will only try it; but
they must unite en one man, and heartily
unite, or their work will be weak. This
we doubt not they will do. We have no
idea who the convention will nominate, but
we .are ready to abidjj by the decision, let it
be-what itmay-r Our-preferences are not
ultra enough' to conflict with any good nom
ination that shall be made, and we' trust
every good whig will feel likewise.
There is a chance, now, - for victory;
Whigs! "Will you not make Jne pull in
unison I Will you not for onc4 ntiW'nA
your forces, and ahow the democrats .that
their 'Vive yoca' as a dernier retort will not
help them out, but .that Oreon voters know;
what kind of a policy they are voting for
and need no dictation from Delusion bmitn
and his crafty nonsense. Yes, by all means,
let Oregon have a delegate, one that can
act, and one that will act.' Arouse whigs,
aqd do your duty, for if you do not for your
own interests nobody, will, but if "you work
like men,. many will help you that otherwise
Yi-- T t - '
wuuju - ww . - jbi uve us uu caviling or
dispute; let us choose -our best man and vote
Lfor him, and tlien we ahatf have done our
duty, and when the chances are so favorable
for a speedy remuneration for our labor, who
will be idle 1 AVe hope none. " " ' -
TEMPERANCE HOTEL. "
TheJPregonHouse" JntbU city, -we
observe, -has adopted the regitien .: of -No
on the temperance principle. Success to
the proprietors ;. although we have made it
our home for the last eighteen months, we
snail think nooo the less c it for thts mote.
(ttMr. Hendee wishes ns to stat that he
has taken rooms for a few days, over James
O'Neill'a store, where he is prepared to ex
ecute Daguerrean likenesses in a style un
surpassed in Oregon. " ,
Jt"By the latest intelligence wo can
gather from Jacksonville, the miners, are
having dull times. No rain of any conse
quence has fallen during the winter, .
i ' " txr
(KrThe March term of Court for Clacka
mas Count" commences Its sitting on Mon
day next, 5th inst, at the Court House in
this city. : ; :; : - '" .
(fCrln Rome, Italy, the "immaculate-con
ception" of the Virgin Mary, has been de
claredlhe faith of the Roman Catholics
throughout the woiid. Those who do not
believe it are denounced as heretics.
- News has just been received at this plaee,
of the loss of the "Major Tompkins," repor
ted to have been wrecked -on Vancouver s
Island, in a very heavy gale. She is re
ported to have been blown ashore on the
rocks, on the south side of the entrance to
the harbor of Victoria, and a lady passenger
is said to have been drowned, I be steam
er is reported a total wreck, but we have not
learned any particulars aa to other lasses", if
mnj.'i'iotuer. 7 . - :
On Tuesday, a Mr. Carroll paid a visit
at the house of one Orlando George,1 about
three roue below the mouth of the Cowlitz,
river, in Washington Territory, and in a
conversation George gave him the he,
hereupon he ' drew a pistol and shot
Geortre in the shoulder. Georere seized an
axe and knocked him down, and seeing b:m
in the act of cocking his histol again, George
struck hint in the breast with the axe and
injured him so that he died in about two
hours. George claims that he killed him
in self defence, and declares himself ready
to prove that the man' said that he had come
to his house for the purpose of killing him.
Mayor's Office, Oregon City.
" ' ' March 2nd." 1855, .
Br virtue of the power vested in me by
the 3d section of the ordinance establishing
the fire department of Oregon City. 1
hereby appoint J. IL Bradley, Wm. C. De
ment, and J. A. Pewneli, to be the Judges
of the election to be holden at this office on
Monday.1 March 8th, from 1 o'clock P. M.
to 4 o'clock P. M. of said day,, for the choice
of Chief-. Engineer and' assistant Engineer
in accordance with tho previsions in said
Given andef my hand this 2nd dsy of
March, 185&- v J,
. . .. i . J,N,PKESCUTT,
Mayor pf Oregon City. .
Attest, A. H. Sjielf, Recorder.
, Mayor's Offi, March 2, '65.
TbsEnirineeomDanr. McLautrhlin No. 1,
ef Oregon City, are hereby notified that an
election for Chief Engineer, and Assistant
Engineer, will be holden at the Mayor s of
fice in Oregon City, on Monday the 5th day
of March, 1655, at from 1 o'clock p. m. un
til 4 o'clock, p. ro. of said day, in accord
ance with the 3d section of the ordinance
establishing the fire department of Oregon
City. Given under .tny hand this day here
r foresaid, v. J. N. PRESCOTT, Mayor,
A, II. Steele, Recorder.
N e w; Advertisements.
libok Here ! !
INTEJN V, soon, to absent nryiair from home :
JL - and shall probably leave th Territory for
onM leDtn of time. 1 Mrtjort, an paraoos Hav
ing demands aaimt lne, of any kind, must pro
sent rtkem, for immediate payment; on or before the
WUtA InaL V. I tiUUUKICU,
' ' Publisher "Oregon Spectator."
Oregon City, March 3, 1853.
. WARRANTED vLle awi half-
oarreis. ,. ' . i
by ; . .v JNO P.4.BRQOS.
-25 bushels shelled ,corn JT-t'
25 do , earn in the ear".
25 do kidney potatoes
- 25- do ; lady's fiujfer potatoes- -
5 bushels apples Oregon production just re
ceived fresh from Ranch for eale at the Central
Produce DepOt v. JNO. P. BROOKS.
Marcn a, isaa pa
Fine & coarse . in quantities to suit put cbasen.
- by ' ''T . J.-P. BROOKS.
'KEPT constantly on hand, nt mill prices.
March: 3 J855t J. P. BROOKS."
. WOULD state to my friends, and patrons, that
' I shall open my Dairuerrean Rooms in town
again, as soon 'aa navigation rlosee on the upper
river.- . ' JOSEPH BUUUTJfiL.
-Oregon ChyiMarch 8, 1855 :.
Yamhill Whig Con rent ioo.
The wh,rm of Yamhill Co. are ren nested to meet
inconventl a at Lafayette on Satiiday April 1st,
t one o'clock P. to elect delegates to. the whig
lemloruu ijonvention m Uorvulis. -
. Euch. prtcinct is requested to send their deta
gates. . .
.WM. T. NEVVBT, Chair'n
of Whig County Ccmmittse.
- Lafayette, March'lst, 1855, :
. Whiff Territorial Convention
Lfne several counties in Dragon, as now organ'
iked, are-requested to elect delegates io meetTn
Coriventioli.ut Corvallis, do Wednesday, 't!e 1 8th
dsy of April next, for iho purpose of nonunitinga
candidate for delegate to Congress, and to transact
such other business as may be-deemed 'advisaple
for the future welfare of Oregon. , ;
' fSTKei'h county will be entitled tc3 donble the
number of trnrir-representation inboth Uousea of
the Legwlattve Assembly as dolegales to said ConJ
ventiou. . '
I T " E. K'C06K'
C "'"Jir"!.'-" JAMES D. McCTJRDY,
' 1 - ALEX. MolNTXKE, -...
. v A. REED, -
i , - T.J. DRYER,
fc ; - - - Territorial Whig Committee
Whig County Convention.
The whigs of Clackamas County, are requested
tojneet in Convention in -Uregon city tn lues-
day March 6th at 2 o'clock f. M., to nominate
delegates to whig Territorial Convention to be held
at Corvallis, Apnl loth. ' : ;
Each precinct is requested U send three dele
gates. The whigs ot the precinct recently annexed
ta this county will please take notice of this request
- ..- JAMES O'NEILL, Chair'n
of County Committee.
Notice The un-
DERSIONED having leated thh saw
mill of the Willamette Falls Co. at Linn City, are
now. prepared to furnish to order, lumber of all
descriptions. We have also a planing, tongneing
and grooving machine in successful operation for
planing Flooring, ceiling, aiding, pickets, &c. A
ao a circular saw for lath, pickets, Slo., and prices
to suit the times. - We solicit a share of the pub
M.. If. UAlfU.H.
JAS. W. BAKER.
Lixn .Citt, Feb. 24; 1855.
U. S. MAIL LINK
Oregon City and Portland.
DAI IY PACKET
Tannic Clark !
. J. C. Aimswoeth, Master.
WILL run Daily, (Sundsys excepted,) In the
above-named trade, leaving Oregon City
syerv dar at 8 o'clock. 4. M.
Returning, will leave Portland at 2 r. m., touch
ing at all intermediate pomte.
, For freight or passage apply oa board. ;
, Feb.24, 1855.
I WISH to rent my building in Main St, con
taining two large rooms, npper and lower sto
ries. Possession given to lower rorim immediately,
and to upper room, March 10th 1855. Terms
easy. ' - D. H. GOOD.
Applj to JAMES U'W BILL,.
Oregon City, Feb. 24, 1855 52t3
Real Estate for Sale !
HAVE 'received a power of attorney to sell
the rouse and Lauds, known as the Nan-
nery of the Sisters of Notre Dame in the vacioity
of Oregon City, there sre eight lots in one block,
sll of which sre nnder high cultivation, wtth 200
fruit trees currants and a great variety ef shrubbery.
For a private residence' school or ctinrcn purpo
ses cannot bs surpassed in Oregon. Will be sold
cheap for ready money or goods eennty.
Apply to, , ruKBr) uaki1jax.
WITH HARD TIMES!!
AT the Esgle Bakry the undersigned are still
n hand and selling off at lbs old rates. Al
though flour hss sdvsnoed ws sre still selling 19
loaves for $1. And keep eonstsntly on .hand
good supply of butter boston sugar and lemon ersck
are, wholesale and retail. . '
Merchants and Others will find it to their ad
vantage to call and examine the quality iA the ar
ticles. Crackers put up in boxes containing from
13 to 20 pounds; also in barrels and half-barrels,
all of which we are selling at rates not to be un
dersold in ths territory, u
CHARMAN WARNER. '
.Oregon City, Feb. 10, 1855. .
A fresh supply pfljp1
iniitiDri'0 .'. I JL.. i- j- J
GROCERIES jUil received by
- CHARMAN d- WARMER.
an. extensive assortment,
AND OF THE VERY BEST KIND,
"v. CHARMANA WARNER.
, Bill CH&RMAN p WARNER.
Fiha Table Salt
B7 CHARM AN d WARNER.
, NEW BOOKS!
Just received from New York 1 1
rr.r . t ' f For-N urserymen v !- "
Downing's "Fruits and Jruit Trees."
ITiomas' - Fruit ciiHurist" , ' - :
Elliott's "American Fruit Grower." -. -
- CJIAS. POPE, Jr.-
Touatt ''On the Horse." Youatton Sheen. Al
len's American Farm Book. Fesscnders's com
plete Farmer and Gardner. Allen's book of Do-
mestio ilnimals. .-
CUAS. POPE, Jr.
Cfl ARM AN !f WARNER.-
J.RE4T pleasure we toko byinfofwing the
"-- - peujne ot Oregon uioi we nare J usi receivea
trom ban i ranuisce a Splendia assortment for the
Holidays '1 oys ef all kinds. Candies of every
discription and.qualily, also some good raisins, figs
prunes, noney, apples ana nuts. . . .
- 1 T I'A I . ...
AU3u. a new arrival oi irooa clears. -
We will have on hand the bestif cakes, pies.
and ciackers. . And wi U muke to order any thing in
our line, on snort notice and in the best syle possi
ble. Please call and examine our assortment be
fore purchasing elsewhere, for we wiu. sell. cheap.
-L All orders punctually attended to, and goods purr
cnaaea in our establishment can be delivered to any
part ot ins cityt. - : -- - . .
Dec 23M1 CHARMAN A "WARNER.
CHAM, KOGEKS & CO.'S
(JALIFORNIA AND OREGON
Connecting at Shaft with ADAMS. Ct't
well known anH unrivalled Pacific Jillantic and
C-- K & CO. would most respectfully inform
s the puMie. that they have, made arranse-
ments to forward t Weekly Expresrto and from
the following places, m charge of bur regular mes
sengers: .. . '
Yreka, Jacksonville, Althouse, Weaverville.'
Pittsburgh, Pitt River,- . .....
, '' ' ALSO ' . - ,
Trinity River Scott's Bar, Klaraafi . Rjyer,
Rogue River, Deadwood Creek," GreeriLorn Creek,
Cottonwood Creek, Bestville, Sailor Diggings,
Canorrville, Salem, . Seott River, Scott Valley,
Salmon River, Indian Creek, Humbog Creek,
Hungry Creek, Cherry Creek, Hamburgh, Cres
cent City, Winchester, Portland, and Oregon Ci-
Ws sell at either of our principal offices,
en Adams Co., ia the Atlantic States and Eu
rope.. T ' : ; ' -i " -. "
CHECKS AT FAR '-.r -
on Adams Sl Go's Offices,' throughout the States.
tusrusnx Received, special or, otherwise.
The highest price paid for '
Treasures, Valuable Packages, Letters, &c..
forwarded by our regular messengers with the ut
most despatch. T
Particular attention paid toColler-ttons. Orders
for Goods, parcels or packages! promptly attended
to, and forwarded according to instructions. .
AU Busmen entrusted to our care, will be faith
fully and promptly executed. - '
CHAM, KUUtKS & CO.
Jacksonville, Oct. 13, 1853-35tf. f -
COLLINS' chopping axes, at ' ' I
iun9 DEMENT t
COLLINS' broad axes, for sale. ' Inqurft at
'TWENTY iron bottles boiled paint Oil, 3 gall
-I ' each. ' 10 do boiled paint Oil, 5 -do
each. - Just received, and for sale, cheap, by
A LLA N, W KIN LA Y d CO.
Oregon City, May 5, 1854-1 ly
OU will find Glue at the store of
LA TOURETTE d HOLLAND.
d M - Dos mens white -and mixed -cotton
aV W JL half hose for sale cheap by
LATOURETTE $ HOLLAND.
NE hundred and eight 61b boxes sperm can
dles, a fine article in fancy boxes, by
PRESTON, O'NEILL & CO.
Ci rushed sugar in barrels for sale by
J LATOVRl'.TTE $ HOLLAND.
SKALED herring in tins, by
LATOURETTE St, HOLLAND.
PORK,' Bacon and Lard for sale by " -JNO.
Adamantine candles for sale by
JNO. P BROOKS.
bushels of oats for tale b
. fl Hundred mens wool box at $2$ tier dnx by
JL LATOURETTE . HOL
SEAMLESS SACKS, for sale by
LATOURETTE 4 HOLLAND.
HEETINGS hickory and drilling by
kATUUKEl IE 4 HOLLAND.
SMYRNA Figs at the Store of
. JNO. P. BROOKS.
EAR 200 pairs os bows, '.
by . ALLAN, M KISLAY 6 CO.
JUST received, 150 pairs window sash, 10 w
12 and 8 -10, by i
ALLAN, M'KINLAY Sl CD.
"Mfsokerel in half-barrels by '
LA TOURETTE f-jrOLLUNDT
A; Curiosity ! '
IT ha) been observed that "when in the con run
of human et i.'s it becomes neceessry" to sell
bread very ebeap, then it is you notice people e
sll classes approaching the Kagle Bakery, constant
ly, tn ssarch of LlOHT-bread; where it is being dis
posed ef at the rate ef
Twelve 1S Contlwares for $1 !
. CHARMAN A WARNER
Oct.l.i . ,
DO you want fruits of different kinds? Buy
of CHARMAN A WARNER.
, sardines, oysters, clams and candles,
U1IA KM ADi WARN r.K.
r"rj' BOXES seap just received by
r-'J. I'KE-siyn, u i i,i.
. Cunemah ! Qanimuh I Canemaht ! I
JUST received at -the old stand
3000 lbs No 1 shina auZar. .'
1000 lbs Orleans sugar. 1000 . lbs dried peaches.
3,500 lbs coarse salt. SOOO lbs fine salt. 85 kegs
syfup. .500 lbs- lard in tins, which I will sell low
for Cash. .'-. JNO. P. BROOKS. -
Caneinab, Feb. 10, '55..' . -. . : . i
, BY JNO: P: BRQOKS. A
A larievpp1y'Sun.& Lukelrrand$ ly
JNO.P. BROOKS. .
A supply ojlKis favorite tobaccco, by
lOOO bu. oats,
By JNO. P. YROOKS.
500 ,bu potatoes
By JNO. P. BROOKS.
JNO. P. BROdKS.
Pork, by the bbl.
, vvo. p. brooks:
. .. .. jn uri Tnrn v vks7t
C e dar s hingle s,
'. .By JNO. P, BROOKS.
ForSaleTy JN.O. P. BROOKS.'
1 0 bu.rnop-corh
Fresh from Ranch by
Canemah, Feb. 10, 1855. , . :
GEO. W. HYDE, ESQ..
IS my authorized Agent, and wi.l 't.(ml to my
budineM during my absence from i)w ffnitr".v v
V.u 1 . . ivi o o run ivu-
- - : Divorce ' Notice." ' 7
L. S. District Court' for' Oreeon, and county of
Clnckamss, March 'lernr, 18.")5.
Milly Billyue ,
"vsf "T&tTSn7or Divorce.
Hiram Billyue. j ... ... .
The defendant. Hiram Billvue. will Uka
that Milly Billyue, the plaintiff, has filed-Iter-r&ti-
tion in ths-tJistrfcrrcourfof eiackarnas'-ctninty.i
orsvinga uivorce. imm in oonos 01 matrimony
heretofore-existing between herself and the said
Hiram, ami that unlet said defendant shall appear,
answsr ana delend said pstilion-, a decree will be
taken according to the prayer of said petition, at
the next term of said court. Milto.v Elliott.
Jan. 27,-48t4 ' ' . Att'y. for riaimiftt
District court-Clackamas county.
EKzabeth U. Lloyd ) .
S ' vs. rctition lor Divorce. j
John Lloyd. : j '
To John Lloyd, defendant. Take notice that n
suit is now pending in this court, in favor of the
said Elizabeth R. Lloyd, against yon. 'or a divorce
from the boiids of matrimony And thai on the
first day rjf the next term of this court, or as soon
Thereafter as counsel can be heard, ths said r liza-
beth R. Lloyd will submit evidence, and insist that
judgment for such divorce, and for alimony be
granted to her, for the causes and as prayed ui her
petition on file in this court. . -
' P S irit mit ri.,L
A. Vj. Wxrr.prfTs att'y. Jan 27-48t4 4
- District court Clackamas county.
T ntlir .Tnhnann
Petition for Divorce.
To Lutheria Johnson, Defcsdarit. Take no
tice, that a suit is now pending iiLihis court in fa
vor of the said Francis .Inlinson, against you, for a
divorce from the bonds of matrimony and that on
the first day of the next terra of this court, or as soon
thereafter as counsel can be heard, the said Fran
cis Johnson will submit evidence ami insist that
judgment for such divorce, and for alimony, be
granted to him, for the causes and as prayed in the
petition on file in.this conrt
F. S. Holland, Clerk.
A. E. Wait, pl'fTs ott'y. Jan. 27-4814
PICKLES I gallon jars by . -
LATOURETTE f HOLLAND. '
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
Between Orrgan, California, the Atlantic
I Stales and Europe, r
1 1 A V 1 . i made advantageous
nrrangeinenls with the United
VI. 1 n.wl P.iA Mr.il U(n.n '
ship Companies for transportation, we are now pre-7f
11 ir n- --ii. .iii,t r-i-iTiii- aSBM I
pared to forward Gold Dutt. Bullion, Spec
Package. Parcel, and Frtiiht. to and from N
York, N. OrleansV Sn Francisco, Portland and
principal towns bf California eft l Oregon.
Our regular Semi-monthly Express between
Portland and San Francisco, ia dispatched by tl
atcheu bv ths
r semi.inonih '
1 acme Mall Steamship Co. s steams
connecting at San Francisco v.-ilh our semi-month
ly-Express to New York and New Orleant, which
is dispatchrd regularly on the 1st and 16th of each
month, by the mail steamers and Inchnrge of our
ewn messengers, through to destination. f
Our Express from New York Jsaure regularly
on the 5th Vlnd 20th of each mouth, also in charge
of messengers. . , ,
Treaturi intvred in the'best New York com
panies, or at Lloyd's in London, at the option of
Connecting Lines on the Atlantic Side,
Ws connect at New York with, the following
well-mown lines, viz: The American Exprett
Company, running .via Buffalo and Dunkirk to
Clevehtud SSrtdnsky, Cincinnati, St,-Louis, To
ledo, Detroit, Chicago, f-'tlena, eta.
The Harden Ezpreta to Boston, Philadelphia
Baltimore, Washington, etc. -p . -
I'ullen, Virgil 4 C'e.'s Vermont and Canada
Express ;: Davenport, Maon f Co.'t New Bed
ford Express ; Liring'titu, Well d Ce.'s Euro
pean Express; Wellt, Fargo dj- C's.'s. "
Orrrcrs tNew Yoik, No. 16, Wall sr.; Now
Orleans, No. 1 1 , Exchange place ; San. Francisco,
No. 114, Montgomery street
W. II. HAUNIIART COt Agents.
Portland, O.T., August SO, !S53-57tf -
R. E, RANDOM,
General Dealer in Dry Gobdai
GROCERIES, BOOTS. $ SHOES
r A ps niDnui son ..
Milwaukie, O. T., Feb, 10, 1855.-60tf
. ; B Y CHARMAN & WARNER.
A- LARGE lot o( flour on hand, for sale KV
-- i CHARMAN $ WARNER.'
fh bosessperm candles, -
rby ALLAN, MKINLAYA CO.
sf etmm tobacco grap dlnokis, ." ,
rft O by ALLAN,M'KINLAXtCf.; -M
d tons iron, - ' "
"Jy ' ALLAN, M'KINLAY A C.O: ';
A A cases Collins ohopping and bread axes,
ftJLbyALLAN, M!jUKA Y A CO,
QRINTTSTgNES and hfHnis,
vl ; ALLAN, tiClitStkY ,
' . ; l r -rC'V "fcV-TM i -W-
viisve niuuuw kiobb, .
by ALLAN, M'KINLAY & CCt. "
( jxes ffrm runscatil raisins, '
by ' , ALLAN, M'KINLAY St CO. "
ONli hundred Forse collars, . . . . .
by , ALLAN, MlNLAY Sl CO.
MS ILL saws, 7 feet, . Cross ut saws, 6 and f-
feet, by t
ALtllCai'KINLAY &. Ct.
BLACKSMITH'S bellows and tools, and car
penters' tools also, by , .
..... ALLAN, M'KINLAY & CO.
LARGE let of men's and boys' clothing,
by ALLAN, M'KINLAY &. CO. t
Dissolution of Gopartnersnip 1 1. 1-
fMHE copartnership existing between1 Jno. B
- JL Preston, James' O'Neill, and" DanO'Neill,
under me urin oLfreslnn, U Weill at, Ce- let
dav diMOlved bv niutnnl rnnunt . t- .
James O'Neill having purchased the stock'. of'
goods of the firm, in Oregon City and Champeeg,
will contiuuo to sell at their usual loW prioss. - -.
All persons having demands against Preston,,
O'Neill Sl 'Co. are requested to present them fbr
adjustments All persons indebted to the same are-pa-tioulsrly
requested to settle their accounts or -ntlfes
before the l.)thf Ja,uuaryl8S5. After that
date all demands unsettled will be placed in the
hands of an at lor ney for collection, aa our Mr. Pres
ton will soon leave fur the Stales, and we desire to.
have our business settled immediately, -jji -rr-
, - . . 'Jno. .1. 1'bestox. , '
- ' ,i- ' . Jame O'Neill
' ' Dan. O'Neilu.
OregorvCity, Pec. lti, 1854." . ' .
I Fall Trade.
receiving Ex B,ark C Devaiis. a largr-.
Jl add.iion to our stock, which ia ottered aUhe.
Ibweit "market riiis'T"". . . -, . -. . - .
60 blls N. O. Sugar 1
50 kg Stuart's Syrup
35 " Salaratiis
50 boxes Soap ; . -
13,000 yds Prints
14,000'? Brown Shee-'J
1,000 yds. Bleached'..
13,000 yds Liiisev
4.00 Flannel . , ,'
3,200 " Ticking
Jim vcU Table Damask.
300 Table Cloths
80 doi Women's Hose
100 S Mvn's Socks
50 nr Silk Hkfs 1 ' u
10, Pimento .
10 bbl Dried Apples ' J
5 kgs Oeam Tartar -
25 dj Sands' Sarsaparila
J" box Starch--: -
10 " PipM Sv
5 kgs Kpmm SaHT
5 kalphjir : '
50 HijTium Camphor
15 doz Quinine
15 dox Ague Pills -24
H Jayues Expecterant
12 " " Alterative '
24 " " San Pills
5 kgs Sal Soda
5" Super Carbonate
I'OOO yds Black Silk 1
500 Salisbury Flun'l
50 White Quilts
500 dox Spool Thread
100 lbs Linen ,v
100 ' Cotton
3,000 yds Colon.-d Cambrics
Together with a large number of other articles,
to all of which the attention of merchants is solici
ted. . GKO. ABKRNETIIT ctCt.
, Oregon City, Oct 2, l54y ' --
LARGE BHsortment of blankets, flannels, Wod
seys and prints, by - s"
ALLAN, M'KJNLAY St CSV
T ICE, 20 bbls, an excellent article,
AV by ALLAN, M'KINLAY fc COr :'
:TT ARGE assortment women s fine shoes, .71
4JLi by A LLAN, flrt'KINLAY & CGt
MEN'S boots ami shoes. I
by ALLAN, M'KINLAY & Cf
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