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-7-7 town "aiTouaty.
W Outfox IiiHMPAXT. We can
notass Oswego lately, without feelings
of gratified pride and thankfulness. We
look upon the achcivcmcntsof the Oregon
1 Company there, as already something
KderfnL ft'e fi' that aside from the
vilnaMe immiitactunng interests ol tins
,,'larc' their steps tt Oswego are the
Vt important that have ever been taken
Vhe 'direction of permanent prosperity
,r -Jtate. The work, yet incomplete.
. ,t there to-day as the evidence of what
coital will do for us all, Avhyu it becomes
with the innumerable natural
resources of Oregon. We honor the gen
tlemen who have made this beginning
who have transpianieu ineir cusn ironi ui
I bank vaults where, it, to all practical par-
: 1MJses. was useless, to soil congenial to all
1 Enterprises of like character, and if we
f can persuade Monroe & Mellon to furnish
I the storey we shall erect upon the grounds
a of the Clackamas llase Kail Club a fitting
I tribute to their energy. Otherwise we
'00 will give- them our best thanks, and send
i it broadcast on the Wings of thought, as a
tken of our respect for their untiinchiug
Mamixa Fai-ek. On Tuesday last the
I Oregon City Paper Manufacturing Compa-
; iiv started their machinery on the produc-
f ii.m of manilla paper, which, like the
previfJUH productions of this mill, is vastly
Miperior to any thai can be purchased else
where for the same money. There has
been an impression abroad that the paper
mill was running short handed. This is a
mistake. With the exception of the O. 0.
Woolen Mills, which is running but half of
the looms, all the machinery in this city is
being pressed to its full capacity with a
demand for more. The Taper Company
employ two full changes of hands, and run
their works night and day. On Tuesday
we found Mr. Wortrnan preparing 1200
reams for shipment to San Fraucisco by
the next steamer, being a duplicate of an
order that had gone forward by the Ori
ibtmme. The Company have on hand 3500
reams of straw paper, and hope within the
next week to have a stock of manilla suffi
cient to keep in advance of orders. The
prices at present ruling are : for straw
wrapping 1 o) ; ream ; manilla, 20 c. "r3
lb., the average being 10 lbs ream.
Lawks' Faik. Masonic Hall in this city
was the scene of a fine display of fancy
goods, and articles usually contributed to
make a successful Fair, when prepared by
fair hamlsQjon Thursday evening last.
Tjfe occasion was a benefit given in aid of
St. Paul's Chapel. We were present for
sOaie little time, aud feel that our duty
compels us to say that considering the
brief interval for .preparation, the commit
tees did creditable work. Miss M. II. was
;-q etticient as door-keeper; Miss F. II. was a
I credit to the kitchen ;' Miss L. M. and
Miss A. ( afforded excellent amusements
' in their department of "grab;" Misses 13.,
1 T. and , had some of the choicest bou
quets for sale and realized handsomely;
OMrs. E P. was a capital clerk, in the fancy
goods line, and Miss A. J., officiating as
clerk in the Post Office, proved her profi
ciency, notwithstanding letters" were oc
easionuly delivered to the wrong persons.
For instance: we found with regret that
an affectionate epistle, no doubt intended
for our friend J . 1). L., had been opened
by us, and the secrets contained therein
"published" before the error was apparent.
1 lowever, the evening was spout with profit
to all, and netted the lund something near
Mrs. Pkiikcca Xi:wEi.r.. Following the
announcement of the death of Mrs. Robert
Newell, the Lewiglon Journal says : ''De
ceased was born in Iowa, emigrated to
the Pacific coast in 1X15, lived a long
time in Oregon and recently came from
there with her husband and family," in
tending to make a permanent residence in
Idaho. She leaves seven children one an
infant. llc-iOfuneral obsequies were per
formed on Monday the 20th hist. A. W.
Sweeney delivered the discourse, and her
remains were interred in the city ceme
tery. The death of this estimable woman
wiiile iP has brought' affliction to her
bereaved family, has caused deep sor
row to the entire community. A hus
band has been deprived of the aid and
solace "of a faithful and affectionate wife.
A family of children of whom many are
voting ami helpless, have lost a "kind
ani) indulgent mother, and society an hon
ored ami respected member ; but we
cannot but feel that what is their loss
is her gain, as she died in the firm convic
tion of redemption through the atonement
of our Lord Jesus."
Anotiteil Qr.wnir. A limestone quarry,
fays the Jlecord, has been discovered by
Frank Cooper, at the mouth of Beaver
creek, or Butte creek, in Clackamas countv.
about 18niilcs from the Willamette river.
Such a discovery is of great importance,
h.s the existence of lime-tone in large
quantities has not been before established.
The lime for the University was in part
made from limestone found in that vicinity,
hru Frank thinks he has found the main
deposit. We hope he has ami that it will
d ;hi;f? some good. 1 Us enterprise and en
ergy in prospecting the mountains deserves
Miceess sometime or other.
SuauQwk have a Fair. As will be
seen by reference to notice elsewhere, a
call is made for another meeting of the
Clackamas County Agricultural Societv.
to be held in this city on Saturday nexV.
-Mr. V m. Flholt Vice President, and mem
bet ol the State Association, will be pres
ent, and will report upon the matter of
bie claius of thf county Association upon
Ue Mate Society. The question wheather
to have a Fair in Tv-kamas county in
September next, or not, will be determin
ed at this meeting.
FiuxTixo. The business community of
Oregon City and the public at large will
please bear in mind that the Extekpktiss
hliee.i now one of the best supplied
J. ru,tmS Establishments iu the State hav
ing unsurpassed facilities for the prompt,
description0of Printing. An inspection of
J u,ir specimens cannot fail to satisfy the
.most fastidious. Added to which, our
:i 0.,.'ii''-'i are as Imr as ran possibly be afforded
.' jd JcorA-. Cheap work, as cheap
iw the cheapest.
lKTruxKi, Auvk. We are pleased at
I hung ale- to record the safe return of Mr.
J Mm W. Mfldrum, to his home in this city.
aU-r six mouths' surveying expedition,
(anything but expedition, he thinks ;) away
.s d'Hvii the smith coast' of Oregon. We
Miou'd be happy to gather a few items of
j ms travel, but at present, in his opinion it
. ' uupossiuic to tto tne subject
jiutice it's rouffh.
.Cooh-.ii s Coal Min k. -The S alem Jlecord
s.ivs : ' rifinTv.H.'i! . .0 1 : i
f Pod advantage, and at the depth ofCj
ieet shows an improved quality of coal
I JK.in thatl.efore produced, lie "has 100
I I'HiVof coal out. 25 of which he savs is of
I '-ae very best quality.
The Tetjcghaph. Foremost among the
wonders of this age of marvels stands the
electric telegraph. We feel justly proud
of an invention so peculiarly American,
but, as Mark Twain would say, it is the
" darndest thing"' out, after all. It is in
signilicautly mean a bilk!! an incubus
oh newspapers ! ! I If we could only be
lightning about ten minutes we'd rip it
from the earth ! you bet, we would. Here
we have got a nice, full, reliable, and com
paratively late file of Eastern papers but
to go back over them and review the
hashed and befooled dispatches of corre
sponding dates, would only take up our
time, and till up our pages" without pay Ur
ourself or readers it would be a dish
warmed over, but no doubt would tast-
better, cold, than the flashes we have al
ready printed, yet who is to decide ? We
recollect once blessing the name of Cyrus
W. Field ! We stuck his portrait over our
writing desk there it is we looked upon
him as the originator and true contriver
of a bond of peace more potent and en
during than anything that Statesmanship
couTd contrive, or that even patriotism
could suggest. This was at a time when
everybody was in the justifiable ecstacies
of joy that " that girdle' wassoon to be
put around the world in " 40 minutes,"
that we all should have prompt intelli
gence, and, though costly, yet invaluable
saving legitimate trade and defeating
roguery. At a time when the prayers of
the Godly closed with a sincere aspiration
that the liuler of the winds and the waves
would take under His care and guardian
ship the long-wished for means of instan
taneous communication with our brothers
of the Eastern Hemisphere, hailing it as
the inauguration of the reign of Peace on
earth, good Avill towards men." Put
with us now all that is passed it was
very fine like an old liamage" it did it
duty in its day, but in order to meet the
justification and make amends for gross
neglect, were we paying $500 per month
for the privilige, as some of our friends do,
we would advocate grappling the nuisance
at both ends, and demand an immediate
explanation of why it is that so few intel
ligible dispatches reach Oregon ?
Daily IIkcokd. Our fellow-craftsman,
and late Editor of the Argus in this city,
I). W. Craig Esq., has started a little daily
with the above head to it at Salem.
Among the list of principles w hich are to
govern the Jlecord, we find the "following.
which we endorse : ' We plainly state that
our intention is to iurnish a good local
paper for the people of Salem, irrespec
tive of politics. There has always been
too much of that article dished up for
common use, and the public digestion has
not been improved by it. c desire the
people to understand that in sentiment
we favor Union principles. We recognize
the right of persons to differ from us in
belief, though we don't see how they con
scientiously can do so. The reward of
newspaper-men lies in their success, and;
intending to deserve success, we respect
fully invite everybody to lend us a hand.''
Good Tkaii'lar's Documents We are in
receipt of a tract upon the cider question,
from the pen of James Black, Esq., Grand
Worthy Chief Templar of Pennsylvania.
It is not written with a view to iind ex
cesses for the indulgences of Good Temp
lars in sweet cider decoctions, but on the
other hand, proves conclusively that the
use of cider by any member is a violation
of the obligation. . . . A " Manal or exposi
tion'' of the order of Good Templars,
written by S. P. Chase, author of the Di
gest, is -also before us. The work em
braces the historyr. object and workings of
the Order, and was prepared under a reso
lution of the P. W. G. I j. Members will
find these works of service to them.
BoryuKTs. We are under many obliga
tions to Mrs. L. Diller, for a truly beauti
ful bouquet of the fairest, and freshest,
and choicest flowers. They have embel
lished our sanctum for several days, and
yet seem blooming, which, considering
that we are for the time being " alone,"'
not as Jeff. Davis wished to be. but as
Scriptures say we ought not to be, (Gen.
ii. PS..) such a present is the more ac
ceptable. We would also tender our thanks to
Misses Mollie and Frank Holmes, Miss
Ilensley and Miss Moss, for their kind
favor on Thursday morning.
Sunk axd Raised. The steamer Active
with a very heavy freight on board, ran
upon a snag near Peoria, on last Sunday,
and made a hole info her hull, sufficiently
large to sink her. This news being tele
graphed to Oregon City, Capt. Pease
started up Monday morning with the JJcho
having on board appliances to raise her.
b ut she reached her dock without material
injury. Maybe Congress thinks an ap
propriation for improving the navigation
of this river unnecessary, but the P. T.
Company do not.
Convict IIetvkxei). On last Thursday
Deputy- Sheriff Deal of Sacramento, passed
through town en route for Salem with
llifalutin Aug. White, convicted about
one year ago for bigamy, and who, after
about six weeks imprisonment, escaped.
Sheriff Deal found his highness In Califor
nia, and the opportunity to snuff a little
Oregon air, aud receive a bonus for the
trip, was too good a hand to pass.
Match Game of Base Bai.i.. On Monday-
at 1 o'clock r. m. the steamer Alert
will leave Oregon City for Portland, tak
ing all passengers who may be desirous of
witnessing the Match Game of Base Ball
on that day between the Clackamas and
Pioneer clubs. After the game has been
played the same steamer will return to
this city- under charter of the Clackamas
Club. Fare for the round trip has been
placed at Si, only.
Roads. The Road Supervisors are busy
with their ofiicial duties throughout the
county, and the roads are being improved
in many places, but whether for any per
manent good, is doubtful. Such l road
work"' as we have in times past had here
might as well not be done. AVhat is
wanted is good, systematic work. Get
ready first, and then properly make some
improvement every year.
Returned. We are pleased to hear
that Mr. J. C. Gardner, inventor of the
Oregon Shackel, has made money out of
his patent and returned to Oregon. - The
State never more than half paid him for
his valuable services when here, but by
this invention he is " ahead of the hounds'
Body RECovEUEix-Tbe remains of young
Eisgrau, lately drowned at Harrisburg,
were recovered on Sunday, and on last
"Wednesday passed through to Portland in
charge of friends of the deceased. We
understand the remains will be forwarded
east for final interment.
Where is it ? The newspaper fraternity
are bound to keep Fort Phil. Kearney in
in the shade. A few weeks ago we thought
we knew just where it was. but now, hav
ing seen so many different explanations of
its locality darned if we do!
Fourth of July !
TT Is AUd A MISTAKE ABOUT not
On the Fourth cf July !
Everybody will "celebrate, principally
because they can get such astounding bar
gains in Fire-Works of A. Levy, who has
made every arramjment to supply
3i.8t) MANY CITIZENS.
A UCTIOXAXI) COMMISSION
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Peal Estate, Groceries, General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron ;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors.
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
MIS CEL LA NEO US.
Manufacturer find Dealer in
(0 SADDLES, HARNESS,
S8 etc., etc.,
Main street, between Third and Fourth,
THE attention of parties desiring anything
in my line, is directed to my stock, be
fore making purchases elsewhere.
(ly) ' JOHN H.SCHRAM.
A. II. BELL.
E. A. PARKER.
BELL &, PARKER.
I RUG GISTS,
AXD DEALERS IX
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints,
Perfumery, Oils, Varnishes,
And every article kept in a Drug Store.
33.) Main- Street, Oregox City.
I. ZIGLER & SON,
Oregon City, Oregon,
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW PRE
JL pared to make all manner of ware in the
line of cooperage, from a well-bucket to a
hogshead, of both bilge and straight work,
on short notice, and at reasonable rates.
Call and examine samples of our work, as
it is its own recommendation,
sa.tjm) L. ZIGLER & SON.
Good Templar's Eesort !
One Door South of tlie Post OjHce,
Oregon City Oregon.
rpilE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE
JL iu stating that they have fitted up the
aboe Resort in good shape, and will keep
open every day and evening, (Sundays ex
cepted,) for the entertainment of the public,'
with Iblliards, etc., 011 strictly temperance
principles. Ice-Cream served on Saturday
and Sunday evenings. (33.i!m
KELLY & 1'ILSRURY, Proprietors.
IT'ROM THE UNDERSIGNED
. on or about the f 1th day of
May last, one Red Cow, four or
five years old, has short smooth
horns, rather inclined to be mottle faced,
some white under body. If marked artifi
cially crop oil' tlie right car and an open bit
iu the left. Any person taking her up, and
giving me information where she .111 aj be
found, will be liberally rewarded. She went
oil" to have a calf. WM. SINGER,
33.tf ) Oregon City.
A CARD FOR THE
Trade of San Francisco.
B AUGER & LIKDSNBERGER,
Nos. 411, 413 and 415 Lattery street,
Cor. Merchant, San Francisco,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
ENTIRE NEW AXB FRESH STOCK !
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION OF
Country Merchants to our usually
large stock of Goods. Our stock comprises
every article in the Clothing and Furnishing
line. We have constantly on hand the larg
est and greatest variety of Cassimeres and
Wool Hats, of any house in Sao Francisco,
and our prices for these goods are h - than
those of any house, as we receive them di
rect from the manufacturer's consignment.
Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is
particularly attractive, and the great feature
to the country merchant is the unusually
Dess than the Costof Importation !
We also keep tlie staple articles in the
Dry Goods line, which Goods we have pur
chased in this market under the hammer,
and are offering them at New York cost, or
We publish this card in order that we may
make new acquaintances, and induce those
who have not heretofore purchased of us, to
call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices I
Are the greatest inducements to al! who
purchase to sell again. Merchants who buy
of us can make a good profit, and sell to
their customers at a low figure.
We remain. Jit sinet foil) four (Ait Serrts,
R.VDGER & LI'NDENRERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,
Nos. 411, 413 and 415 Battery street, San
A. J. MONROE.
W. A. K. MELLEN.
MONROE & MELLEN,
Dealers in California, Vermont, and
Italian Marbles, Obelisks, Monu
ments, Head and Eoot stones,
Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished
to order. . 32.tf
- 7:oo9doo iisJ
-yOOL WANTED !
For which the highest cash price will
be paid, at tlie store of
1 J. R. RALSTON,
24.rYf, Oregon City.
Marriage ami Celibacy, an essay of
Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate
the vital powers, with sure means of relief.
Sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes.
Address: Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON.
SI Howard Association; Philadelphia, Pa.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Charman & Brother
" "still on hand
AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS EXPERI
ence iu business in this city, under the
old motto that "A Nimble Sixperce is Ret-
greater inducement than ever to our custom- j
era to pay us cash for goods, as we arc deter- 1
mined to j
SELL CHEAP FOR CASH!
Which is the only Remedy'
For the Present cry of Hard Time3.
We beg leare to inform our numerous cus
tomers that we have just received, direct
from San Francisco, a
Lare and well Selected
STOCK OF GOODS
SUITABLE FOR THIS MARKET.
Consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries,
Hardware, Quecnsware, etc.,
PAINTS! OILS!! c.
Together with a splendid assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of every description, all of
The best quality, and latest styles. Also:
HATS AND CAPS!
Of every description, for both
The Ladies' and Gents' Wear !
Gents and Ladies' Furnishing Goods kept
constantly on hand, all of which we will sell
at the very lowest price for cash. Country
produce taken in exchange for goods.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the country. Also: To consignments of
goods, and prompt returns made for the
25gT We return our thanks to our numer
ous customers for their past patronage, and
ask a continuance of the same, pledging our
selves to act honestly with all who favor us
with their trade. CHARM AN & PRO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SASH,
Doors, and blinds, always on hand
for sale by ' CHAPMAN & PRO.
ATEXT MEDICINES of all kinds kept
for sale by CHAPMAN & P.RO.
ARQUAM S CELEPRATED HOME
made chairs, constantly on hand bv
CHAPMAN & PRO
rpRL'LLINGEirS SUPERIOR HOME
JL made wool-batting, for sale by
CHAPMAN & PRO
ILOUK, PACON. LARD, AND DRIED
fruits, kept constantly 011 hand by
CHAPMAN & PRO.
WALL PAPER, WINPOW Curtains
of all kinds, and paper rhados.
Sold bv CHAPMAN Sc PRO
NEW AND FULL ASSORTMENT pf
Nails, rope, etc.. iust received by
CHAPMAN fc PRO.
TUPS. BUCKETS, WASH BOARDS,
Keelers, selves, etc., for sale b
CHAPMAN & PRO.
ALL OF WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
the lowest market value for CASH, or
such produce as our trade will justif y.
CHAPMAN & PRO.
7 CHAPMAN i
E. B. KELLY.
J. G. 1'ILSBURY.
Kelly & lilslaiy !
CHOICE CASE GOODS!
WE SHALL ALSO PAY PARTICULAR
attention to the country trade, and
endeavor to always have on hand the best
quality of Butter, eggs, poultry, etc.
By strict attention to business we hope to
merit a share of the public patronage.
KELLY & BILSBUitY.
29) Post-oflice building, Oregon City;
Flowers ! Flowers !
PERSONS IN WANT OF CHOICE VA
neties of flowers, are invited to examine
our assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
KELLY & PILSHURY,
20tf ) Post-office, Oregon City.
C. W. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they- keep constantly on hand a
good assortment of Cooking, Bailor, Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
Offered at Portland Prices !
Our assortment in this line is large, and em
braces almost any desired pattern, including
BLACK KNIGHT, kc.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodenware, etc.
C. W. POPE & Co.
Oregon City April 20th. 1S67. fl.
USTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
tion, for sale at the ExTEKruiSE office.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Corner of Main and Fifth streets,
OREGOX CITY, OltEGOX.
TOOK CONSISTS IN FART OF THE
iouowinnr articles :
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
LONG 6c SQUARE SHAWLS,
BROWN & BLEACHED MUS
LINS, GENTS' FURNISIING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
GROCERIES, ALL KINDS,
DOORS, SASIT, HARDWARE
PAINTS OILS, &c, &c, &o.
; (lo.i y) .
T0IINS0N & McCOWN ARE THE Local
t) Agents in Oregon City, of the Pacific
Fire Insurance Company, the best doing
business on this coast. This Company is
the only one in Oregon that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, AGENTS OE THE
North America Life Insurance Co.!
Presenting the most desirable features,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New York.
Don't delay attention to these mat
ters until your property is destroyed by lire,
or until you are sick, "when you" ear. not be
insured. Call immediately. " (:32.tf
For the I,atet Style
OF GENTS' CLOTHING!
Go to Acker mart '
X s a
18 6 7.
Wishes to inform bis Old Friends,
and the public generally that he
has received by the last steamer
A FULL VARIETY OF
i ! i m. g Qoo 1 H I
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to this market, consisting of such as
Of almost every kind !
Of the. very latest Styles !
BOOTS A ND SHOES !
In great variety !
Mens, Ladies, Misses and Children's
Hats, all of the latest style for
Also, a well selected stock of Groceries,
and all other goods in proportion. Please
give me a call and examine fur yourself. No
trouble to show goods.
3j"1 will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Charman & Warner's eld brick store,
lvl) Main st., Oregon City.
N. B. All kinds of Produce bought.
c o ri P A N Y .
rpilE AROYE COMPANY ARE NOW
JL producing a quality of
Superior to any ever before offered
on the Pacific Coast !
Jif LVing only the best grades of Wool.
The above goods are offered to the trade
on the most favorable terms. All orders
will meet with prompt attention.
Address: R. JAC015, Agent,
30.0m) " Oregon City, Oregon.
Or L. WHITE & PRO.rAgents'at Portland.
LI N C 0 L M BAKERY!
"West Side Main Street,
Oregon City .... ..... . .Oregon.
L. DILLER - - - Proprietor.
HAYING REMOVED INTO MI
NEW BUIL DING!
I WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
I still continue the manufacture of
Boston, Butler, Sugar and Soda
tc, cC'C, d'C.
In addition to which 1 will keep constantly
on hand a large stock ot the best staple and.
I am also agent for the celebrated nursery
of II. MILLER, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at the Nursery prices.
l:ly . L- DILLER.
JOB Pltl.NTIXC; .EATLY EXKCI T
cd at the ENTER I'KISE OFFICE.
IY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION issued
y out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the county of Clackamas, and to
me directed, in favor of E. 1. Kelly and
against P. Jennings, for the sum of" two hun
dred and eighty-seven dollars and ninety
three cents. 1:-I0o also the sum of
It SO-IOO dollars, costs of suit, and for want
of personal property out of which to make
the same, I have, this -21th day ot May, A.
I). 18(37, levied said execution on all the right
title and interest of st.id P. Jennings in and
to the followiur described tr.tct or parcel of
land, to-wit : That certain tract of land des
cribed in Notification No. I004. now on iile
in the Land OJlice at Oregon City, Oregon,
as follows, to-wit : IJeing a part of Sections
IS and -4. T. J South, R autre 1 E. and a part
of Sections 1 and P. in Township -2 .south.
Range 2 E, bounded as follows ; l'.eginnmg
at a point -J-2 !' t-l OO chains south, and . Co-pm
chains west of the N K corner of section ''J,
Township -2 S, Range 1 E, running thence
north 68w3o', east $6 chains, along P. AL Ri
nearsou's line, thence north 45', west 42
chains, along McNary's line, thence south
tiS0!, west to the Willamette river, thence
south-easterly to the place of beginning,
containing 320 acres, more or less, and i will
sell the same at public auction to the highest
Saturday June 2Qd A. D 1867,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House door
in Oregon City, in said County and State, to
satisfy the above mentioned amounts, and
accruing costs. W.M. P. PUHNS,
Sheriff Clackamas County.
May 2-ith, 1S07. ('iXAt
1 Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION issued
J from the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the county of Clackamas, in fa
vor of A. F. Hedges, executor of the estate
of Wm. Arthur Sen. deceased, and against.
N. P. Mack, for the sum of one hundred and
sixty-two dollars and twenty-live cents, also
the sum of twenty-six dollars and thirty live
cents, damages and costs, and for want of
personal property out of which to make the
same, I have this L'lth day of May, 107,
levied this execution on the south "halt of
the following described tract of land, situ
ated in Clackamas county, State of Oregon,
known in the Land Office in Oregon City as
the land described in Notitication No.
Certificate No. JOCif, as claim 37, being parts
of sections 27 and 2i, S" and 24, in township
2 S Range 3 E. Pounded as follows : Pe
ginniug at a point G 78-100 chains East, 23
10-100 chains South of the South East comer
of the South West quarter of said section 27,
thence West SI 07-100 chains, thence North
lc' E HO 00-100 chains, thence East SO chains,
thence South 70 so-lc0 chains to the place of
beginning, the whole tract containing Gt3
5o. 100 acres, more or less. I will sell ail the
right, title and interest of said N. P. ?lack
in and to the south half of said tract of laud,
10 the highest bidder for cash in h ind, on
Saturday, the'2'2d day of June,
A. 1). 1807, at. the hour of 2 o'clock, v. m., of
said day, at the Court House door in Oiegon
City, in said county and State, to satisfy the
above amounts and costs accruing.
WM. P. PURNS,
Sheriff Clackamas County.
May 21th, 1SG7. (31:4t
SHERIFF'S SALE. '
N PURSUANCE OF A CERTAIN JUDG
uient and decree rendered in the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon for the county
of Clackamas, in a certain suit in equity
wherein James Shirley is plaintiff, and
George 1'urchardt, Elizabeth Uurchardt, and
J. E. Hurford are defendants, and by virtue
of a certain execution and order of sale now
in my bands duly issued on said judgment
and "in pursuance thereof, tested the 2lst
day of June, 1807. I have this 24th day of
May, lbG7, leviedon and will proceed to'sell
in one parcel to the highest bidder for gold
or silver coin, the following described tract
or parcel of land situated iu Clackamas coun
ty State of Oregon, to wit : The south half of
section twenty-one (21) in township five, (5)
South, Range" one (1) East of the Willamette
Meridian, containing three hundred and
seven (307) acres, more or less, for the pur
pose of paying the judgment before men
tioned aud costs of sale, said sale to take
On ihe 224 day of June, at 1 o'clock
p. f., at the Court House door in Oregon
Citv, Clackamas countv, Orecon.
YM. P. PURNS,
Sheriff' Clackamas County.
May 21st, 18(17. (31:4t
IN PURSUANCE OF A CERTAIN Judg
ment and decree, rendered iu the Circuit
Court ot the State ot Oregon lor Clackamas
County, in favor of Wm. Strong, Adminis
trator of the estate of Ainory Poibrook, and
against Mathiew Richardson and Amelia
Richardson his wife, tor the sum of fifteen
hundred and thirty dollars (R!o3C.00)j and
interest thereon at the rate of twenty-four
per cent, per annum; Also, the sum of twenty-two
7"-l00 dollais costs of suit, and by
virtue of an execution duly issued thereon,
commanding me to make sale ot the follow
ing described tract or parcel of land, to wit;
The northerly half of the Donation Land
Claim of the defendants, Mathiew Richard
son and Amelia Richardson his wife, as dea1
cribed in the Records of the United States
Land Ollice in Oregon City, being the part
of said donation claim set apart to said
Mathiew Richardson, containing 320 acres,
with all the appurtenances, 1 will sell the
above described tract or parcel of laud, at
public auction, 011
Saturday the Glh day of July, ISO1?,
at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the Court
House door in Oregon Cit y, State and county
aforesaid, to satisfy said judgment, interest
and costs, and costs of safe.
WM. P. BURN'S?,
33.4 Sheriff of Clackamas Co.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE State
of Oregon, for the county of Clackamas.
William Strong, administrator of the estate
of Amory llolbrook deceased, plaintiff, vs.
Granville C. Thurman, & Catharine Thur
man, defendants; Suit in equity to fore
70 ct. Internal" Revenue Stamp, cancelled.)
To the above named defendants : In the
name of the State of Oregon, y-ou are hereby
required to appear and answer the complaint
on tile in the above entitled case, on or be
fore the lirst day of the first term of .said
Court, which will be held at the Court House
in Oregon City, Clackamas county, State of
Oregon, next" after the expiration of six
weeks from and after the date of this sum
mons, and in case of your failure so to do,
yon will take notice that the above named
plaintiff will take a judgment against you
Granville C. Thurman for the sum of 125,
and interest thereon at the rate of three per
cent, per month, from the 1st day of March, ,
A. I). 1850, and apply to the Court to have
the Mortgage described in said complaint
foreclosed, and the land described in said
Mortgage sold to pav paid sum, interest, and
costs"of this suit. j'OHXSON & McCOWN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
By order of Hon. E. I). Sn vttcck,
50. Gt Judge of said Court.
County Assesior's Notice.
"VTOTICE IS HER Eli Y GIVEN THAT ON
JLN the 20th day of May, I shall, with tlie
assistance of my deputies, proceed to assess
the county of Clackamas for State, School,
and County purposes, and collect the Poll
Tax for the year 18G7. All persons within
said county, "holding real or personal prop
erty, or acting as agents for such, will be re
quired to make out a full and correct list of
ids or her property, to be given in under
oath, when called for by the Assessor.
All real property to be described as follows
Number cf Section, Range Township, &c.
All city or town property by the Number
of Block, and Number of Lot.
Said statement must contain a full and
correct list of all personal property, house
hold furniture to be included, from which
there will be exempt the amount of three
hundred dollars from tax.
Any person failing to comply with this
notice, will be liable to a tine of $2.
C. O. POTNTON,
Assessor for Clackamas County.
May Sth, 18ti7. (2V.Gt
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