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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1803.
ihiltoonrt convenes first Won ta No-
r aud third Monday la April.
bat oourt In session Brat Monday In ech
-nmlaslonere court meets first Wednesday
Irsl Monday ol etch mouth.
URKQON CITY OFFICEH&
v, ,,(,r) . . K. G. Canfield
: Mer, - Hrnc C. Curry
i''i.-i'of Police - - - Cbas. K. Burns
Nigntwatchman - K. I- Shew
Treasurer, - H. K. Straight
Cuv Attorney. - - Frank T. Orilllth
Si n t Commissioner, - - W. I Soldo
i-ini-t. of Water Works, - W.H.Howell
itv Engineer, - - D. W. Kinnaird
Om .cilmen R. Koerner, Frank Busrh,
K I). Wilson, James Roake, H. K. Kar
ris 0. D. l-atourette, Arthur Milln, Fred
" r.iinoll meets first Wednesday or each
ln'vuh in oily ball.
LKTTEB FROM KOI MAMA, El'ROPE
Mr. A. Rtrrtii, Formerly of Marmot,
This county. Write of HI Trip.
1U ke8T, Oct. 21. As per request I
will begin my first installment for the
St'!cription of my trip to Europe, also
of t ie different cities I visited, that
especially of Roumania, which is not so
Very often visited and described, not
in standing that it may be the most
Interesting to read about, its inhabitants,
their ways, dress, habits etc.
On the 26th day of August, at 8:15 p.
tn I left South Bend, Indiana, and after
an all-night ride I reached Hamilton,
Out., Canada, where I remained three
days on a visit before proceeding on mv
I g sea voyajre. The band bagcage was
examined at Port Huron at midnight by
(lie Canadian officials. Hamilton, of
75.000 population is built on an elevation
Jaciog Lake Ontario, and makes a very
t-auti(ul appearance. Its depot is very
mvly built of brick, has a pretty garden
lougside, sloping, and the "Hamitloo"
imbedded beautifully with large letters
fainted white, occupping a space of at
ieast 30 feet ; electric street railroads run
ning all over the city, as well as ont
tkiitu, fine large brick buildings, princl
lally The Hamilton Bank, Waldorf
House, the Canadian Pacific depot,
located in the center of the city and
tuany others too numerous to mention.
The streets are nice and clean and the
fcubinew streets are paved with bitumi
nous rock (asphalt.) A ride on the
electric railroad to Grimsby Paik a
garden at 10 miles from the city will
repay one for the trouble taken to visit
ft. Orchards on either side of the track,
and as background, the chain of hills,
Slid as foreground, the lake, one feels
delighted when riding.
The market in the center of the city
the accommodation of the farmers to
dispose of their ware as well as for the
ti'izens to boy fresh stuff from the
Wurmen every day, is an example
which every city should follow. It is a
eight worth seeing; early in the morning
when every available space is occupied
'4y the farmers with all kinds of meats,
tVwls, breads, cheese and thousands of
ether articles . Everything is quiet and
After a 3 days very pleasant stay I
left Hamilton for Montreal via. Toronto.
At 7. a. m. arrived at Toronto, at 8:45
changed cars and proceedod on our
journey, which was mostly alongside the
take, passed the Toronto fair grounds,
which were to ouen that day. Orchards
and farms ornamented the sides of the
railroad and the scenery was grand. At
Cp. m. Montreal was reached and soon
afterwards I boarded the steamer which
was to take me to Liverpool.
First day on steamer At daybreak
the next morning the steamer left the
dock and steamed its way down the St.
f-awrenee river. The weather was
Cloudy, but the beautiful scnery on the
woad made us forget the unpleasant
weather. About 11:30 a. m. a call of
"man overboard" was heard and the
captain ordered the boat lowered and
the steamer stopped, which was done,
tmt before the life boat was lowered it
V8 found out to be a mistake. The
children of some passengers were play
ing hide and seek on the salon deck and
as one of the children could not be found
lus little sister came to the conclusion
that he had fallen overboard, and caused
the scare. Of course the steamer was
topped and the trained sailors were
already on band, taking the canvas off
of the life boat, but it was soon dis
covered, and the child gotten out from
under a seat in the smoking room and
the steamer pulfed again down the river.
At 6 p. in. we stopped at Quebec for a
few hours and then proceeded again on
Second day All went smooth, at 2 :30
p. m. we stopped, passing Rimonsky,
end waited for the Canadian mail for
England and Ireland which was brought
Ljra small river boat and also a few
passengers that day and after taking
aboard mail and passengers we went on.
The day was fine and the ride was still
tetter enjoyed because the beautiful
iscenery all along the river was not
tnarred by bad weather.
Third day We were in the Gulf of St.
Lawrence and enjoyed another fine day's
ride and stored away the usual four
tneals that day. In the evening we were
treated to a fine display of the Aurora
Bui talis, which is a treat not easily
forgotten. Moonlight also added to our
treasure. I bad as companion in my
cabin, a Catholic priest, Bev. Cbas.
Drees, who was going to Belgium, an
Evangelical pastor, Rev. VVm. Hunter,
Vho was going to England, and a Pres
byterian old gentleman who went to
make his yearly vibit to his daughter in
Fourth day We were passing the
Labrador coast and during the day we
passed many icebergs of dilteredt shapes
huttging the coast About dark the seas
began to swell as we were Hearing Belle
Isle, so that part of the passengers forgot
to take their two last meals, and turned
in and out, as it was necessary. I re
served my fourth meal for some other
time, not that I was sick, but as a pre
vention. Fifth day Being Sunday we had
church and the captain offered Rev.
Hunter the pleasure to officiate, which
he did very creditably . He is a young
married man, veiy well learned and of a
very liberal feeling, his acquaintance is
a gain, and not a loss to a person, as he
is a good and just scholar. A fog came
up in the forenoon and stayed with ui
only an hour or so and left us, but not
without leaving a cold wind In its stead,
which brought clouds, but no rain.
Nearly one half of the people sick.
Sixth day Windy all day and raia at
intervals. I stored away only three
meals that day.
Seventh day Foggy and north wind
all forenoon and to pass away the time
of the unpleasant weather we played
several games of pedro. The wind con
tinued all day but the steamer hehayed
well and did not rock very heavy.
Eighth day Cloudy again all day and
not at all pleasant. A loyer of sport
would have giyen all he had though to
see the unique races we saw about 6 :30
that afternoon. It was a porpoise (fisb;
race. They were about four feet in
length, very fat and with longish noses,
it was a beautiful ana rare treat to see
them jump several feet out of the water
I ,,, . ,.,
were only a few that day and the rare
lasted several minutes. About 8 p. m
we passed a collier, it was quite a dis
tance from ns and could'nt make it out,
(Continued next week.)
Pops-Wards In Oregon City, No
vember, 18, 1S!8, Miss Kathrvn La
Tourette Wanle to M r. Charles Wesley
1'ope, Kev. T. w. Butler officiating
One of the prettiest home weddings of
the season took place at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaTouretle,
this city, Wednesday evening, when
their niece Miss Kathryn LaTourette
Warde was united in marriage to Mr.
Charles Wesley Pope, in the presence of
about 70 invited guests. The bouse
was a bower of beaaty, so elaborate
were the floral decorations.
Promptly at 7 o'clock p. m. to the
strains of "Midsummer Night's Dream"
played by Miss 8pangler, the bridal pro
cession entered the drawing-room, led
by Miss Ina Chase, as maid of honor,
followed by the bride, leaning on the
arm of ber uncle, Mr. Charles LaTour
ette, and proceeded to the temporary
alter where they were met by the groom
and best man, William Parker; then
followed the bridesmaids. Miss Ella
Bailey and Mies Scott, of Portland, and
the ushers, Mr. Charles Wilson and
William Lewthwaite, of this city.
The bride was charmingly attired in
a gown of white organdie over silk, with
tulle veil and she carried a beautiful
boquet ol white roses.
After the ceremony and congratula
tions, the wedding party and guests re
paired to the dining-room where an
elegant luncheon awaited them, being
presided over by Miss Bade Chase,
Miss Warde has always resided in
Oregon City and is a general favorite
among the young people here, while Mr.
Pope is the junior partner in the Pope
Hardware Company and is a young man
of much ability and promise.
Many beautiful and costly presents
were given the young couple.
The bappy couple left on the 9:15 car
for Portland, en route for the Sound,
where they will spend their honeymoon.
On their return Mr. and Mrs. Pope will
reside at the LaTourette residence dur
ing the winter.
Riioaoes. On Saturday, Nov. 12, '93,
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Margaret Batdorf, Jacob 8. Rboades,
aged 83 years.
The funeral took place Monday after
noon from the Methodist church, Mr.
Rboades being a member of that church
all his life.
The deceased came from Minnesota
about ten years ago.
WHAT IS feHILOH.
A grand old remedy for Cough, Colds
arid Consumption; used through the
world for half a century, has cured in
numerable cases of incipient consumpti
on and relieved many inadvanced stages.
If you are not satisfied with the results
we will refund your monev. Price 25
r.ts., and 50 eta. and $ 1.00. C. G. II untley,
Money to loan on a good farm security.
One to three years at 8 per cent.
U. B. Dimick.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
At What A la Mam Stronsreett
The muscles, iu oomiuou with all the
organs of the body, have their stages of
development and decline. Oar physical
strength increases up t a certain age
and then decreases. Tost of the strength
of several thousand of people have been
made by mentis tf a dynamometer
(strength measurer), aud the following
are given as the average figures for the
The "lifting power" of a youth of 17
years Is SS0 pounds. In hi twentieth
yonr tbia increases to 830 pounds, and
tn the thirtieth and thirty-llrst years 11
reaches its height, SAO pounds. At the
end of tbo thirty first year the strength
begins to declii e, very slowly at first.
By the fortieth year it has decreased
eight ponuiU and tbla diminution con
tinues at a slightly increasing rate until
the fiftieth yonr is reached, when the
figure is 830 pounds.
After this period the strength fails
more and more rnpidly uutil the weak
ness of old ago is reached. It is not pos
sible to give statistics of the decline of
strength after the fiftieth year, as It
varies to a largo extent in different In
dividuals. Strand Magazlue.
Conraalon at These Dinner.
In his dining rcoui Sir Joshua Rey
nolds constantly entertained all the best
known nieu of his time, including Dr.
Johnson, Cloldsn 1th, Utirrick, Burke,
Sterne, Hognrtn, Wilkes, Allan Ram
say and a score of others, who formed
the brillinnt Literary club of which the
great paiuter was the founder. There
doubtless in the fumiliar line of the
author of "Retaliation,"
Then they talked of tbelr KaphaoU, Ourreg
line and stuff.
Be ahi(tl hla truaipcl and only took snuff.
At these dinner parties, according to
Malone.'though the wine und the dishes
were of the best, there wcenied to be a
tacit agreement that mind should pre
dominate over body. The table, we are
told, though set ouly for seven or eight,
often had to accommodate double that
number. There was usually a deficiency
of knives, fbrks and glasses, and tee
guests had to bowk for more supplies,
while the hoot calmly left every one to
shift for himself, though he lost not
word, if he could help it, of the coover
Hew ! Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
your water and let it stand twenty four
hours: a sediment or settling indicates
an unhealthy condition of the kidneys;
if it stains your linen It is evidence of
kidney trouble; too frequent desire to
pass it or pain in the back is also con
vincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often ei Dressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, blad
der and every part of the urinary pas
sages. It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wondertul cures of the most di
treseing cases. If you need a medicine
yon should have the best. At drugglals
fifty cents or one dollar.
You may have a sample bottle and a
book that tells more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail, if you send your
address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y. When writing be sure and
mention that you read this generous
offer in the Oregon City Enterprise.
The Best and Cheapest.
The New York Indephsdhnt, the lead
ing weekly newspaper of the world, and
one whose pages exercise the widest in
fluence, is entering upon its fiftieth year
of publication. The Ikdei-endknt em
phasizes its fiftieth year by changing its
form to that of a magazine, and by re
ducing its annual subscription price from
3.00 to 2.00 ; single copies from 10 to
6 cents, The Independent in its new
form will print 3.040 pages of reading
matter per year at a cost to subscribers
of $2.00, w hile the prominent magazines,
which sell for $4.00 a year, print only
about 2,000 pages. The subscriber to
The Independent gets 82 per cent, more
of equally good reading matter at one
balf the cost I It is not only the leading
family weekly newspaper but by far the
cheapest and best. A free specimen
copy may be bad by addressing The
Independent, 130 Fulton Street, New
YOU IK IT.
IfSblloh'a Cough and Consumption
Cure, which is sold for the small price of
25 cents and 50 cents and f 1.00, does not
cure take the bottle hack and we will re
fund your money. Sold fur over fifty
years on this guarantee. Price 25 cents
and 60 cents. C. G. Huntley, the Drug
gist. ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED
everywhere tor "The Htory of the
Philippines" by Murat Halsteail, com nils
sioned by the Government as Official His
torian to the War Department. Tbe book
was written In army camps at Han Fran
cisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt,
in tbe hospitals at Honolulu, In Hong
Kong, in the American trenches at Manila,
in the insurgent camps with Aguinaldo, on
the deck of the Olympla with Lwev, and
in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila.
Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original
pictures taken by government photo
graphers on tbe spot. Large book. Low
prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit
given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books.
Outfit free. Address F. T. Barber, Bec'y.,
Star Insurance BIdg., Chicago.
No Owe Stopped tn Stae.
The morning after the aasnsst nation
of President Lincoln the telegraph oper
ator of a small town lit Ohio read a
pnHsIng dispatch which conveyed the
sorrowful information to him. This
speedily spread through the surrounding
country, and at 11 o'Hik, when the
until train was duo, nei.rly lOOmeu hud
congregated to buy a morning iut.
As a mutter tf course not a sing hi pa
per remained, mid oil were in despnir,
until fomo one remembered that tbe
post muster was a regulnr subscrilxr,
and that the mall bag must oontiilu a
moruing uewspnpcr addressed to him.
The covet e(l paper found, the aged
postmaster proceeded to read to the poo
plo who had crowded into the lung
store the details of the murder. In the
crowd stood a very pntriotio but Igno
rant old limn, who was ever making
The voice of the render faltered more
than once as he read the account, now
so fniuilinr to all Americans, l'iuully
he reached the point where it was said
of Booth that ho "shrieked out 'Sio
semper tyrannls,1 leaped ou the stage
and mndo his escape."
Throwing his old poke hat npon the
floor, the patriotic old nmu lifted his
band aloft aud shonted:
"Good gracious! Why didn't some
body have seuse enough to stop the
stage!" Chicago Chronicle.
The lanoeenc of Childhood.
As the tour de force of an entertain
ment once givou at an English country
house it was arranged that the children
should preseut an original play, to be
entirely written aud acted by thorn
selves. The play turued out lo be sur
prisingly well writteu aud would have
won much praise but for the eudiug.
This was the story of tbe play:
A gallant knight Joined the brave
King Richard iu oue of his crusades iu
Palestine, Nothlug having been heard
from him for more tbau seven years, tbe
convictiou was forced on his faithful
wife that he was dead. The villuiu came
to her aud wanted her to marry him,
but at the critical niomeut the knight
reappeared aud clasped in his arms his
lady, who bad uever ceased to love hlin.
Then explanations came, and he told of
his mauy uohle achievemuuts. "In
short, dear wife," said he, "I have
uever been idle an instant."
"Aud I, too, my lord, have not been
idle," alie said with pride. "Seel" And
here she led out before the electrified
audience four lovely children to be pre
sented for the first time to their father.
San Frnucisco Argonaut.
When tbe furniture of Churles James
Fox, the famous English orator and
statesman, was sold by auction, there
was among the books copy of tbe first
volume of Gibbon's Roman history.
It appeared by tbe title page that the
book had beeu preavutod by the author
to Fox, bnt no considerations of senti
ment deterred the recipieut from writ
ing orr the fly leaf this anecdote:
"Tbe author at Brookes' said there
was no salvation for this country until
six heads of tbe principal persons In ad
ministration were laid on the table.
Eleven days after this same gentnunan
accepted a placU of lord of trade, under
those very niinisturs, and has acted with
them ever since."
Snch was tbe avidity of bidders anx
ious to secure tbe least scrap of tbe writ
ing and composition of the famous own
er of the copy that owing to the addi
tion of this little record tbe book sold
for 8 guineas, a largo suuiforthe times.
Foad of Crafc.
A jolly old boy from tbe Midlands
entered into oue of the hotels at the
seaside and seeing on tbe slab on the
right a orab dressed on tbe shell with
legs, claws and parsloy rangod round,
said to tbe landlord:
"What d'ye call that?"
"Crub," was tbe answer.
"Looks good. I'll have un, and glo
us a pint of ale."
Bread and butter was added and tbe
diner left to his dinner. In about an
hour the genial landlord entered the
dining saloon to see if his guest was
getting on all right. Ho found him
chawing up the last claw, tbe chawer
red in the face, but beaming.
"Like the crab, sir?"
"Yes. He was capital. I Dover tainted
one afore, but I think you baked un a
little too long. The crust was bard.
Lot's have another pint. "
He hud eaten the lot hIioII, claws
and all complete. London Tit-Bits.
rolled to Tempt Her.
Clerk Talk about closcflHtcd men!
Why, that woman just going out at the
door could give any man I ever saw
cards and spadus.
Floorwalker Oh, it's a woman's na
ture to huggle over prices, you know.
Clurk But she didn't hngglo. She
selected ber things and paid for them
without a word, but during the 10 min
utes I kept her waiting for her change
alio never looked at a thing in the store.
'Fraid she'd see something she wanted,
I suppose. Chicago News.
Customer I thought I told you to
paint mo sitting on tho piazza of my
bouse. You've painted the piazza all
right, but there's nobody on it.
Artist Of course not. The painting
represents an afternoon view. The sun
would then be ou tbe front of the houNe,
and of course you wouldn't bo sitting
in tbe sun. The picture is true to urt
and to nature. You are supposed to Le
sitting on the back stoop. Boston
Occasion for llaale.
"lam the wrong man," protested the
wretched creature they were getting
ready to bang.
Tbe chairman of the vigilantes was'
dearly assailed with misgivings.
"Iluiryl" he exclaimed, addressing
those who were coming with the rope.
"It may prove that tbe fellow speaks
truly after alL" Detroit Journal.
Change of Form.
Reduction In Price.
TIIK INPFrKNliKNTemphaslaes Its
Fiftieth Year by changing lit form to that
of a Magaalne, and by reducing Its annual
subscription price from UK) to fi.OO ;
single copies from tun to five cents.
It will maintain Its reputation as the
Leading Weekly NewspaiMir of the World.
TIIK INDKl'ENBKNT in Its new form
will print 3,010 pages of reading matter per
year at a coat lo tiilwcrlbers oil! 00, while
(he prom Intent iiiagasliiea, whloh sell for
M 00 a year, print only about 2.0)4) page,
The subsorlher to TIIK INDKI'KNDKNT
gels 82 per cent, mure of equally good read
ing matter at one half Hit oust I
Only $2.00 per yoar.
or at that rale for any part of a year
Head foetal otrd for free ipeoimea eopy .
130 Fulton 81., N. Y.
The eu user I pt lou to the Enterprise la
(2, but if paid In advance It It fl.50.
Subscribers must not get behind and
then expect to get the paer for 1.60
Outstanding subscriptions must be paid
The rate we are giving on subscription
with tbe Oregonlan is the beat ever
offered in the county and those wlshlnt
lo take advantage of it must do so In the
near future at this rate will not be made
Money to loan at 8 er cent Interest
on mortgages. Apply lo C. D. A D. C
KLUY of every dem-rlptlon. Call and
see aa in plea and gel prices before trust
ing your valuable photographs with
The llrat Plaster.
A piece of flannel dainned with
Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bound on
to the affected parts is siiivrior to any
plaster. When troubled with a pain In
the chest or aide, or a lame back, give It
a trial, You are certain to be more
than pleased wl'h prompt relief which It
affords. Pain Halm Is also a certain
cure for rheumatism. For sale by Geo.
Experience Is the best teacher. Use
Acker's English remedy in any esse ol
coughs, colds or croup. Should it fall lo
give immediate relief money refunded.
25 cents and 50 cents. Geo. A. Hard
Ladies' $2 50 Shoes for... 1 V per pair
Ladies' tl.50 Shoes for... UI per pair
Ladles' H2 Shoes for. . . 2 (15 r pair
Indies' 5 Hhoes for 3 13 per pair
Men's 2 Shoes for 1 15 Der pair
Men's f 2 50 Shoes for .... 1 35 per pair
Men's $3.25 Shoes for.... 1 8-" per pair
Men's $4 Shoes for 2 35 per pair
Men's $5 Shoes for 2 H5 per pair
Men's $3 75 Boots for ... 2 36 per pair
Men's $4 5 ) Roots for. ... 2 B5 per pair
Men's $5.50 mU for .... 3 25 per oair
Boys' or (Jirls $1.25 Shoes
for 75o per pair
Hoys' or Girls' $1.50 Shoes
for 85o per pair
Boys' or Girls' $1.75 Shoes
for 05c per pair
Boys' or Girls' $2.25 Shoes
for 1 25 per pair
Boys' or Girls' $3 Shoes
for 1 75 per pair
At tho Great Sale of the Charman
Stock by the Portland Dry Goods Store.
tht Ita Kind You Han Always Bougfit
llucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
For sale by Charman & Co., Charman
Bros. Block. Price 25c.
. hklJ, BO YEARS'
'H1 CorvmoMTa 4c.
Anyone senitlnf a sketch and Immrlptlnn mar
qulnklf ascertain our opinion free whether so
Invention Is probably psienUnia. Communion,
tlon. strictly nmindentlal. llundlxiokon Patents
sent free, tldeat sir.ncf for MMurtiif petenta.
Patent taken thrmnjh Munn A to. reotlre
Iprrlul notice, without churn., In tua
A handsomely lllnntrated weekly. I.arat cir
culation of any anlentlOo journal. Term., 13 a
year ; four months, L Bold by all newtdMlera.
MUNN i Co L3eiBr,.dr. New York
Hraoob OrBoe, it t Bt, Washington, D. C.
makes the bet
There Is a great
(l I (To re nee In
rilOrO BUTTONS. Call and see tain
pies and bo convinced.
U'ANTKU MKVKIlAh T It II TWOIl I II Y Pit II
' a in III a .1 l lo maU 'au nor biialni ae In
lb "r own mhI noil he o.niiiU", II is mainly of.
n-e work ciimloilnl at hii'im. Salary s'ralsht
two i var iuiIiiii t-nn t i nltiK no
nui'o, no , ae Ml iry, Munl'iljf l.i. It"'er u vs.
Knfll e eli-ii'h rawl .lain ail nvluie, H 'f
perl K, lines, Pleat , He, I M. Ciilu.f i, U-ffl
Nolle is hereby given thst the under
slttneil has been llila Villi day of Octoher,
lH. duly appointed ailiiilnlairalor of the
ealate of Ana II, NUigidlll, ilereaaeil, anil all
Iteming having claims against aald ilaoeaaml
or his eslale ais lieteliy nolllleil lo present
the same lo me pruiwrly verlllml, at my
realiletiee In Ceuliv, Clackamas county, Dr.
within all months of the (laic of this iiutlus.
II K. HI'lKlHIHI.I,,
Administrator of the estate uf Asa U. Hioa.
listed this !!tat day of Ocoher IKM.
It) lt '
Hotlee IVr I'MttllralluN.
U d ( Wo i si ()ra n Clir, Ore., Oel. t ItK
N too I. hereby given that the fo'lnwlut
iiaoo it iwiler h. HI .1 no.lo if hl ntn,ti..
U wake ouai utoof 1 1 e n p ol .f a s Ol mil, and
Ilia a oil na I w.li be ina lu befoiv lb K l I f
ami ie e it at Of gun C ly, Ore'O, ou hoy
em'ier IB, lnua, ttn
It K. M'.tmj .riheS VH s, T I . H I K.
lie I amea Ihe loiiowlog; w ne-ee. Iu p-ove
hie 'til iioo ia iiMiilvnee uooa au4 eultlsi!n
o sal i Imul, I a i
tlraul Vlhiie, f. tar lirln er, and t A K Man
It aueul C lib, Ullpan ilrtbul., of Ml II1,
lo-i,IIUI III', II. WOOUsM. R l.f.
AdinlsiUlrailor vlle mf Matle.
In the County Courl of tht that uf Oregon,
fur Clackamas County.
In the mailer of the estate of Charles
NoriCKM UK It K II Y OIVKN that the
linderaiKiie-i, administrator of III e.lale of
Charles Bunnell ilereaaml, hjr Vlrlu of an
order In the County Court of Clackamas
Coiimy, Oregiui, made and entered on the
10th day ol Hrpiemuer, 1K, which was
luoilllleit by an Older made anil ei, tared on
the 1st day ol Novriolwf, I in, will sell at
public audio n lor raah u hand lo the high
eat hldiler on the permaa hereinafter ile
serllietl, on the imii day of January, ,
al the hour ol one o'clock in In afternoon
of said day the following described proixrly
situated In Waililngtiin county, Oregon,
Beginning al the ouarler section corner
between sect loot two ('.') and three (.'11
Township two CI) Mmiih Hang On (I)
West Mlllametle Meridian, and running
thenrwoii Ihe section Un Hontb forty-fly
(iV) minutes West, nth and nliy Iwo on
hnudretli U ..') chains lo a slop; thence
Kaat leu 10 eliaius; tli.uoe .North Jforiy
nvelAI degrees Ka.t, lour and ninety. alt
(I law eiieliie; thence North forty-tlv de
gree ll.'i) Val, three and tliteeiith hund
redth 1.1 PI) chains; Ihenoe North lurty
II v I T degree Kaal, four ami
aevenlr.loiir (1.71) chains; Ihenc Bouth
forty fl degrees Kaal, Ihre ami siileen
hundredth (.1.111) rhalns; thence North
forty. rtv degrees (4k degrees Ksat, eleven
and ninety sll hundrvdtti (lltsi) chains;
Iheuo North llliv-e-veu degree and forty
mlniileaCW deg PI') West, twelve and slaty,
four hinidrwIihirj.lMichaloa; ilienr Boutb
fnrty.lhre drgreva and twenty-live mluule
(tlilegs 2.V) West, four ehalua; thenee
North M ft v seven degrees anil forty
minutes (17 drg 40 I Weal, thirteen ami
sliiy seven hundredth (1.1.117) chains:
Ihenc North fifteen nilniilea (1.1) Weal,
fifteen ami fnrlv tlirwe huodredlb (II 4.1
ehalua; thane North eighty nln degree
and lofly.eitiht mlnuls(mi ilwa 4"') Ksat,
sixteen ami two one hundredth (lo OV)
chains; thenoe North fifteen minutes (I.V)
West, ten chains to h North line) ol the
Kotiih half of IhsJolin I,. 11 Irk lift and wile
donation land eialm ; thenoe with said lines
Houth eighty. nln degrees and forty-eight
minutes (so degs in. mill) West, twenty,
ibre and thirty seven hundredth CJ3.37)
rhalns; Ihenc Houth forty flv minute
It.'. West, forty two ami ninety hundredth
jl'.'.UU chains uilheHoulh line af said claim;
Ihenc North lhlv-ell degrees and llfty
minutes (MJ dega fto mln'J Kasl, seven and
thirty live hmidredtoa (7..1&I chana; to th
place of beginning, ciulsliinig eighty-nine
ami seventy live hundredths fhVi.7nJ sere
more or less.
Haled at Portland, Oreuon, November t,
IU. W. f. Hl'NNKI.I,.
Administrator of th th enisle of Charles
'les ilc Tlftt. 70S-711 Chamber of Com.
meroe, Portland attorneys fur Hi adiulnl
tralor. .Hollce for iibllctstlots,
Laudoflln al Oreeon City, Of.. Oct ft, UN.
Notice le hereby elveu ihut ih following
iiaoird rit.'r h i-file I noiliie of his Internum
Pi niili Una! proof Iu support of his oialin,aiit
the! .aid Mool will tie no de b ore the It 'el.P r
and lleeeiver at Oreifuu CliJ, O'., on Deo. S,
If, K, 9M for th . li of BV 1 of Soo. S , Tp. .
. U, K,
He name t'ie following wilno.ana to I rove Ills
e .ntmooua r sid moe up n and eultlval on of
said lan'l, vis:
Ixmg-trewt Vsnghan, of Mollila, Ogn., Wlllard
W Aua en, of 1'iiian, Ogn., laoin V iu'a of
Uolalla, Ogn .llarrr lla-t ill. ol Molalls,Ogii.
CHAD. 11. MOOUtS, Kcglster.
Nollre for liilll atlou.
Land ofHne at Ore ((on City, Ore., Nov. S,
Nolle I hereby given thst the following,
named settler haa (lied notice of his inten
tion to mak final proof In support of bis
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Keirl iter anil Hecelver at Oregon City,
OKn,on Dec. 20, IMIW, vis:
If. E. 10tf)7 for the N. W. of Beo. 18, Tp.
4 H.. II. fl K.
He names the followInK witnesses to prov
his contiiinout resldenc upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vis;
Theodore lliierlh, of Park Dace, Ogn.,
William II. Hmlth, of Park Place, Ogn.,
liert tiarver, ol uarneni, vgn., Al. Kiohard-
son, of Park I'lace. Ogn
AH. U. MOORES,
NOTICE IS IIEREUY GIVEN AND
piihliahed that the undersigned bs
been appointed executor of th last will and
testament of John Krusa, deceased, by an
order made by Hon. Thos. F. Kyan, Judge
of tht county court for the county of
Clackamas, stats of Oregon, and entered In
said court on the 7th duy of November. A.
I). 1HII8; and that all persons having claims
against the estate of the said John Kruse, de
ceased, are hereby notllted to present the
same, properly variAed, within six months
from the date of this nolle to said executor
at bis residence near Stallbrd, in said county
of Clackamas, Htalt of Oregon.
Duted thls7tbday of November, A. I). 180H.
J. L. KRUSE,
Executor of tht last will and testament of
John Kruse, deceased. 1111-12 9