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HURRAH FOR RAXT t
ST JOSEPH D. LOCET.
Hurrah for Grant ! the tiied and true ;
Once more the rebel copper crew,
Ans quailing, as they used to do ;
Hun ah : Hurrah : for Graut!
Jfvtrrah for grant; the People's man, .
He led the Loyal Union van ;
lie beat the Democratic elan ; .
- Hurrah ; Hurrah ; for Grant !
Are rebels better now than then ?
Shall traitors rule the land agaiu?
Jso; Make the reptiles hunt their den.
Hurrah ; Hurrah ; for Grant !
God ; Shall our laud, so late restored,
The triumph yield to that rile hordo
Who drew the fratricidal sword?
No ; No ; Hurrah for Grant
Listen ; for those who fought and bled,
Who sleep serene in FamIc's proud bed,
A voice comes from our,tOTAL dead ; ,
Hurrah ; Hurrah ; for Grant !
From peak to peak, our Tallies through,
Resounds the shout our Soldiers knew ;
Down wRh the damned secession crew ;
Hurrah ; Hurrah ; for Grant.
Oregon Citt, May, 186S.
OEX. GRANT'S RECORD.
Ulysses Simpson Grant, hvvn at Mount
Pleasant, Clermont county, Ohio April
i!7, 1822. ,
Family removed to Georgetown, Brown
county, hio, 1S23.
Appointed cadet at West Point bv Hon.
T. 1,. Ilarnor, 1839.
Graduated June 30. 1843, standing No.
21 in a class of 38 members. Entered on
the army rolls as Ilrevet Second Lieuten
ant, and assigned to the Fourth infantry.
nn the Missouri frontier, as& supernumer
ary. Commissioned Sept. 30,1SL3, Second
Lieutenant ol Infantry.
Went in Taylor's army to Mexico, and
took part in all the actons from Palto
Alto, May 8, 184G. to Monterey, iSe-pt. 23,
Transferred to Scott's, army, and took
part in the siege of Vera Cruz.
Assigned as Quartermaster of his regi
ment, April, Ib47.
In the battle of Molino del Rey, Sept.8,
1817, promoted on the field, by Gen. Seott.
10 be First Lieutenant, for distinguished
battle of Chepultepec. Sept. 13, 1847,
rfiieially notd) for gallantry by Gen.
Entered the City of Mexico vitfi the
Sent to the Pacific coast at the close of
war and assigned toQdnfy i-n Oregon, with
headquarters at Fort Dalles.
Appointed Brevet-Captain, IS'iQ, for .ser
vices at Chepultepec..
Cnnirawit tied Captain August. !8o3.
la-signed July 31, lfoo ; spent a few
7 ours in business at St. Louis, and in iar
lning. Removed to Galena, 111., and with his
father established there the leather house
f Grant & Son, 18.").
Appointed mustering officer and aide to
Governor Yates, of Illinois, Springfield,
Commissioned Colonel of the 21st 1 1 1 1
noi (three vears) volunteers, June 13,
JC1, " ...
Appointor! Brigadier-General by Presi
dent Lmceln Angast, 18(!1 (commission
dated back in May 1 ,) and placed in corc
inafSJ of die District cf Cairo.
Occupied I'aducah, Ky., by a surprise
movement. Sept.fi, 18C1. '
Deflated Jetf Thompson at Greenville,
Oct. 16. Ihtil.
Moved up the Tennessee, and. with
Foote's ironclads, captured Fort Henry,
Fee. 0, 18C2.
I:;nsted Fort OPonelson Feb. 11. and
captured it Feb. lti ly the unconditional
mrrendrr ol the enemy.
Promoted to be Major-General of vol
unteers. cojjimSsioa dated from the fall of
Advance against Corinth, March. 1SG2.
Battle of Pittsburg Lauding. April 7 and
i 'laced m command of the army of the
Tennesee. April 13; occupied Memphis
iurt llol!0 Springs in June; made Com.
niander of tlie Department of Tennesee in
Began the campaign against Vicksburg.
Oct. 26. 1S02; captured the city after a
long and bloody winter and spring cam
paign, July 4 .18(73.
Appointed Major-General in the regular
-Severely injured bv being thrown from
l.fr horse" at iw Orleans'; Sept., 1803:
three ribs broken. " "
Appointed to command of the Military
Division of the Mississippi. October, ''1868,
and announced headquarters in the field,
arriving at Chattanooga. October 23.
Battle of Missionary llidge and Look
out Mountain, November 24 and 25, 18G3,
driving Bragg from before Chattanooga.
Appointed and conlinmfl Lieutenant
Grr.oral of the armv. March 2, 18G4. the
grade bein, created for him.
Arrived at Washington, March 8. 1SG4.
Assumed command of all the Union ar
mies. lidquai ters with the Army of the
Potomac, March 12. 1SG4.
Crossed the Rapidan. May 3. 1SG4.
May ,", G and 7, battles of the Wilder
jiess. May 11. I shall fight it out on this line
if it takes all summer."
'May 20 crossed the Pamunkey.
Crossed the James and placed Ri;h
inohcrnnd Petersburg under siege June It.
Constant battrS during the summer, fall
in id winter.
Began the final campaign of the war,
Rattle of Five FoiK3, March 31 and
Occupation of Richmond.. April 2.
Surrender of Lee's army. April 1), 1SG",
and substantial en. I ot the war.
Appointed General of the ariuios of the
United States July 2j, 1SGG, the grado be
ing created for him.
Secretary of War ad interim, August 12.
To which we may add. will be elected
Pft-sident in November, 18G8.
The Democrat :c Ivu-Ivluv Klmi,
It is recollected that the .old trai
tor of the Oregon Jferald was lately
explaining away tha tsurderous or
ganization known as the Ivu-IyUix
Klan. We give an extended account
of the cider to-day read it.
The public debt has been re
Juced eighteen rnilliorPand a half du
ring the last month. This don't look
yiuch like traveling en the road to
An old citizen of Polk county
assures us that the largest area of
ground ever cultivated in (he valley,
is now blooming with $ promising
crop of cerials, grass, etc.
"Wilson's famccs circus which
performed in Paris during the Ejpos
tition, 13 soon to arrive in San pran
cisco via China.
'The numerous definitions , of
"Webster's dictionary are entirely in
adequate to "describe the mean and
low liiekery that a democratic jour,
nal wilt resort to for the purpose of
Jol l'rg h people for political gain
THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD.
Oregon Citv, Mat 4th, 1863.
Rev. Joseph Smith in Lis political ser
mon lire a few weeks ago,' labored ear
nestly to make it appear that the Demo
cratic patty l.ai been la favor of a vigor
ous prosecution of the war which saved
the Union, thus commending and sanction
ing " the unholy shedding- of fraternal
blood," which his party so heartily repu
diated all through the contest.
Smith seems to understand, what every
intelligent man must know, that the coun
try owes everything, its very nationality,
to the men who under Grant, crushed out
Rebellion, and forever set at rest that her
The party of which Mr. Smith is the
leader, claims that it is and was the only
true friend to the private soldier. This is
equally as unblushing a piece of hypocri
cy as the assertion that the p;rty was in
favor of "a vigorous prosecution of . the
war."' - - . .
These two subjects, the opposition of
tne Democratic party to the war, and their
hatred of the soldiers. " Lincoln's hire
lings " as we were called, . were a part of
the same policy, and the same argument
will meet both.
Let us sea what the Oregon Democracy
did for the volunteers who left comforta
ble homes and pleasant occupations, to
serve their State, and the Nation.1 At the
beginning of the war, all the regulars on
our frontiers were called to the seat of
war, where it was supposed they would be
much more efficient than volunteer re
cruits. .- - v : -
It then became necessary tofeave volun
teers in their place. Under these circum
stances the Oregon Cavalry regiment was
organized, and such M as the feeling here,
that many of the best young men in the
State enlisted as common soldiers, leaving
employments which paid from $30 to $150
per month, and entered the service for ?13
per mon lv. Every Democratic newspaper
in Oregon nvs bit tor in denouncing
and ridiculing us. They pursued the same
course of opposition and slander when
the Infantry Regtknent was raised in 18G4.
All such writers are now Democrats.
After the currency became greatly re
ovaced in value, (he Oregon Legislature
passed a bill jrivmg her soldiers five dol
lars additional per month.
Now what is the Democratic record with
regard to this bill. Every Democrat in
the Legislature opposed it. By reference
to the journal of the House for 18G4, Page
317, the vote on the final passage may be
seen. On Wednesday. October 19th. 1864
Mr. Borland introduced a Hesitation into
the House '-Hanking our vo'uuteers for
their gallant services,'- which was adopted,
no one voting against it but Lane and Cox
Fay h id gone home House Journal
1864. papes 243 and 24 f. Economy may
be pleaded as justilication for not voting
for the bounty Bill, but what excuse can
Ire -oflVi-ed for voting- against ' thanking
the soldiers for fboir gallant services ?v
None, except that three men knew that
the party which elected them to their
place in the Legislature would not en
dorse their action if they voted ft r the
Resolution, and that it would endorse if
they ve ted against it. Did the party en
fiwse their action ? Most assuredly it
did. for at the election in 1SGG this same
Lane and James D. Fay were run. on the
record which they had made in the Legis
lature of 18G4. for Secretary of State and
Representative in Congress, a most une
quivocal endorsement of their course w ith
regard to soldiers, thereby to all intents
making the vote against thanking the sol
diers, a vote by the Democratic party.
Yes, within a few months after Lieut.
Waywire, a Yamhill boy. and his gallant
little band of 1.3 men had pursued 300 In
dians through the snows of February. 200
miles south east of Canyon city, and had
saved the lives of the 7f citizens who had
attempted to punish these Indians, two of
his noMefcoys from Jackson county having
lost their lives, these Democratic leaders
say in the most solemn manner, by a vote
in the Legislature ' these men deserve no
thanks, these men who. for S13 a month,
opened up all that portion of Oregon east
of the Blue mountains, to settlement, in
order that a Democratic population might
go in there and enrich themselves, deserve
Within Cve months after Steve. Watson,
than whom God never made a nobler
soldier, and Bennet Kennedy in the fresh
bloom of his young manhood, and Jimmy
Iloskinson, that brave, frank, whole souled
Irishmen, all lost their lives on Crooked
River battling with the Snake Indians, in
this State, five of their twelve survivors
being mounted, these Democratic leaders,
afterward endorsed by the party, lor the
highest oSiccs within the gift of the people
cf a State, say, no we cannot lhank you,
you deserve nothing from us, for we are
the representatives of the Democratic
party of Oregon, and it will not sustain
us if we vote for this resolution.
Friends of Steve. Watson, and yon are
legions, will you support this party ? No
you will make an eternal war on it, and
your " dying gasp will be a eur.se on itv'
Friends of Sergeant Castile will you
Friends ot Port C. Gibson, do yon re
member that the seeds of his death were
sown in this very service for which the
Democratic members o! our own Legisla
ture refused a vote of thanks.
Ben Hayden,in his speech here recently
said to his Democratic audience, after urg
ing them to do their duty at the coming
election, I am going to do my duty, I
am going East of the Mountains to talk to
Pap Price's men."
Men wbo h.ive had fathers, brothers,
cousins, end near and dear friends
murdered by those bandits, will you sup
port a party which employs such speakers,
and is led by such men? It is an insult
both to your heads and your hearts to
suppose you will. This is the Democratic
party in Oregon and such Tt is in every
State in the Union.
What didllenrv Clav Dean the great
Democratic orator of Iowa say recently
when he was laboring for the "success of
the Democracy in New Hampshire, let him
speak for himself : "If I could have my
way I would place JefT Davis in Congress
w here he t ightly belongs, then I wouid go
to Concord, take all those miserable bat
tle Hags from the State House and make a
bonfire of them in the State House Yard,
then I would go all over the North destroy
ing all the monuments and gravestones
erected to th.ti memory of -soldiers. In
short. I would put out of sight everything
which refunds us that we ever had a waV
with oyr Southern brethren. I do not
know that I would hang one-armed and
one-legged soldiers, but I would pray God
to get them out of sight a soon as "possi
ble."' Here is an affirmative proposition by a
Democrat who can speak for his party.
One who is sent for hundreds of miles to
help the party carry an election in New
Hampshire. He would take all those
miserable battle flags ; would he ? Yes,
he and his friends tried to iake those mis
erable bailie flags through jour years of
?ear and blotxl and most siyuaUi Jailed in
the attempt. Ho would destroy all the
monuments and gravestones erected to
the memory of soldiers ; would he? Ore
gon soldiers : do yon thin.lv he would de
stroy the monuments which we erected
over our comrades at Fort Vancouver,
; Colville. Boise, Walla Walla, Camp Wat
son, and all over the upper country:
Veterans of the regular army:.. Da you
think' he would destroy the "monuments
which you have erected over your com
rades at Forts Vancouver, and Steilaeporn,
and all over the Pacific Coast, on some of
which vou have inscribed I he sacred cross?
WonJd not a bullet pierce his heart as soon
as bis criligous hand had contaminated
ope of thosp sacred tombstones by which
is marked the honored resting places of
Our heroic dtfad ? ' - ; ,"'
Before the war while the Democratic
party was in power, the soldiers of this Re
public had hO vofe.no voice in the affairs
of the government, were mere serfs, not
treated 33 freemen. , Every old soldier
knows this to be true. Now what was
their course, vhan the Union party came
into power and was struggling to give the
?-!. !T -f t:e Tvopx;Ui.-- the .!-M!ye fran
chise? The right to vote, they opposed
all over the north, yes, in the nineteenth
century, In this free Republic, exists a
part j- base enough and aristocratic enough,
to wih to disfranchise a million Ameri
can citizens : to take away the ballot from
a million white men. What did their
great leaders say, when, at the beginning
of the war. this subject was under consid
eration? Hear the aiist r t: "The De
race acy of the country will never submit
to the result of an election carried against
thein by soldiers votes!" But, says one,
this is but the opinion of one man. If it
was not the opinion of the Democratic
party of New Hampshire, why did they
nominate this man for o!nce when they
knew his views. He was bold in this as
sertion, but thank God we slill have a Re
publican foim of government. The Union
men of the nation overturned this aristoc
racy, and we were allowed a vote. This
same party prate a great deal about a
white man's government. Now actions
speak louder thau words. Who is in favor
of a government, by white men? The
party that would disfranchise a million of
men. the most of whom were working men
of tLe na'.i -n, or that party that stood
through all the bloody hours of the na
tion's peril, like a wall of fire between the
army, comp se I of the wir.iig nei of
the nation, and the aristocratic Democrat
ic party, and said to it, you shall not take
away the ballot from this million of nun
his needs no comment, it speaks for itself
We are told by the Democratic news
papers, that the soldiers in the Eastern
States are going over to the Democracy,
Is this true, or false ? It is true that one
class of soldiers are voting with the party,
o wit : the men who were drafted, the
conscripts, for they were always Demo
crats. Grant. Sherman, and Phil. Sheri
dan, are still with us. The Boys m Blue,
three hundred thousand strong, with Gen,
Logan at their head, are still with the
Union party. Miles of trenches all over
the south are filled with soldiers, who, if
alive, would be with the great Union par
ty of the nation.
" Let us then not falter. Our brothers
have done their part. Then love their de
votion. - Cannot we afford some time when
they have devoted all time?
It seems to me when I think of it. that
the pale distorted faces and mangled forms
of a hund: e l fields, the silent inhabitants
of miles of trenches, rise from thtir resting
places, invoking and adjuring us by nil
their high hopes and aspirations so cruelly
crushed, by all their sacrifices and by their
death, not "to permit tlum lo have died in
vain. ' The bones of o lr brothers who
have fallen in these stiujgles for liberty
now lie mingled with the soil of every
State from Maine to Oregon and there they
w 1 lom dn forever." Let us not prove
recreant to our tr ist. Let us prove true
to the heroic dead of the Republic.
C. IS. MYERS,
PLllIBIXG, GAS & STEAM
No. 110 First Street.
JIol. Water Boilers,
Marble Top WasJtsfamte,
Sheet Lead and IM&ch Tin,
Wrought Iron Fipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELHOms, EfJTUnX JIEXD
fur Steam, 'itcr and trUf.
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistles
Tallon Pumps, Steam tillages, (J lobe,
Angle, and Check Valves-, (-Juage
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot Brass Work. Rubber
liose, Hose Fipes, c.
Hotels, public buildings, and private resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I iuvite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, which lias been selected
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
May IS, 1SG7. l:ly C. H. MYERS.
WILL A M E TT E
IRON WORKS COMPANY !
North Front and E sts.,
BOILER BUI LDERS.
npilKSE WORKS ARE LOCATED ONT the
JL bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly- and efficiently.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years givt-s
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MIXING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS 1 ! MINING I'UMPS ! !
&C, diP., &C,
2fiinvitctur and Rr pair Machinery of all
l i,l.. IRON SHUTTER WORK at San
Eraiicineo ermt and frei'jht. Wheeler ( Ran
dalC l'ntent Grinder and Amalgamator.
Ihnwar' and Steiert' Self Adjusting Patent
Tixton, Tacking, either ayplid to vol ' or new
ffcam cylinders. Quartz Stumpers, Shue and,
d if s,if the test hard iron. 3:l.y
Our Union Forever
Oregon Fireworks Company
Ldlrafory, East Portland, Office 105
Front st., Portland Oregon.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, KNOWING THE
want of baring an establishment in this
State, for the manufacture of every descrip
tion of . Fireworks, hare erected suitable
buildings in East Portland for the purpose
of manufacturing everv variety of
FI31K-WO 11 K S !
Together with Large Portable Pieces
JjgT Tbe manufactory w'll be. under the
supervision of JJr. George Hughes, a practi
cal Pyrotechnist of twenty years' experience
and we guarantee all b reworks manufactured
by us to be superior to imported articles,
and at prices lower than be:etolore. Full
descriptive catalogues and prices sent on
AMERICAS FLAGS ! Silk, Cotton and
Bunting, of all sizes. Address all orders to
S. J. M'CORMICK,
105 Front st., Portland, Oregon.
C. P. FERRY,
jSo, WS Front street, Portland.
AVent North British and Mercantile
AndManhattan' Life rnsnrar.ee Co
JI Bonds, and Real Estate bought and
sold on Commission.
JUSTICES' PLANKS, of t-rorr dcitcrip
U t.cE. f.r s.-.!,. i tr.e T.ki h-n cficc.
- 1 1 ' II I ' '1j
THE BEST SELECTION
And largest assortment of
Ladies' Gents', Misses'. Boys
and Child reus'
BOOTS and SHOES.
Can be had at the PHILADELPHIA BOOT
AND SHOE STORE, Ao. 112 Front street,
Portland, opposite Walter Bros. Carpet xtore,
where new goods of the latest styles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the east,
enabling us to sell cheaper than any other
store in ths city. KAST & CAHALIN.
112 Front street, 1'ortiand.
HURGREN & SHINDLER!
166, 170, 17 V
First street, corner of Salmon,
ISirOKTEItS AND NAVrFACTCKERS OF
Parlor, Bedroom, Dininsroom, Office
and Library Furniture !
Pure curled Hair, Eureka hair. Moss
Pulu, Wool and Straw Matrasses,
S2ring Matrasses of all descriptions
On Hand and Made to Order. '
We arc constantly adding to our already
large stock, and purchasers will fiud a most
to select from. No paius will be spared to
do justice to our patrons, both as to prices
and quality. We have a large stock of case
goods, such as
Walnut Bedroom sicits ! , ?
Oak and Rosewood suits!
Arm, Dining, and Wood seat chain!
WE Si rrLV DEALEItS AXD MERCHANTS
Receiving orders from the country at the
LOWEST PRICES !
29.) HURGREN k SHINDLER.
OTTOT AMID AM
O . V 1 TLi E R Y !
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
Win. T. Shanahan,
IMPORTER AND PEALKK IN
FINE ENGRA VINGS,
rpilK FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
JL of Kngravmgs, Cromos, Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before ottered
n this market, just received and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
Views of Columbia River Scenery !
Constantly ou hand.
AGENT FOR BRADIH ItY S CELEBtt ATEn
niajai Scale JPiaiaos I
Which have given universal satisfaction,
and which te guarantees to sell at Sau Fran
lT" Siciftl attention giveu to framing
Photograph Kngmvings, etc.
51 r. Shanahan, formerly of A. Koh
ler's establishment, San Francisco, will at
tend to tuning and repairing I'ianos, Melo
deons, and all kinds of Musical Instruments.
I'ianos for Rent. (56.lv
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform nil his old
customers (and as many new onus as mar
not be acquainted with the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactlt opposite mount noo)
Where he is prepared to furnish
IXSTRUCTWX ROOKS for all kinds of
CHURCH MUSIC BOOKS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
Aud every other article in the above line.
E EV3 O V E D !
O X& 3P DE rJT
AND PAPER HANGING
BKQ LEAVE TO IXFORM THE
public that we have
Removed to the Fine Store No. 89
F'rout street, Portland,
Formerly occupied by V
Messrs. Cohn, Lyon & Kaufman
Where we shall now open our latest impor
CA II PETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND BANDS,
And all goods in the
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY LINE !
We Import onr Ooods Direct from the
Et, and sell atlrM than San
Francisco Price I
No. 89 Front street, between Alder.
S3.) and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Ki, 5 -Washington Street,
. PORTLAND, OREGON.
HLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
snv desired pattern.
ilpIC ROOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
TAPERS, Etc., bound in every Tarietv of
style known to the trade.
Orders frorr- tb? reentry T-Arr,r,t'r si
U Tided to. ' : '
3. H. MITCHELL.
J. N. DOLPH.
Mitchell, Dolph & Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at. Law,
Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc
tors in Admiralty .
ZT Office o' er the old Post Ofllce, Front
street, Portland, Oregon.
a. c. GIBBS. ' c. w. rAitntsii,
Notary PuMit and Com. of Deeds.
GIBBS & PARRISH,
Attorneys and Counselors at-Law,
OFFICE On Alder street, in Carter's
New Brick Block. n3
0. P. MASON,
Attornev and Counselor at Law,
102 Front st., Portland, Oregon.
WILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS IN ANY
Court in the State or Washington
Territory. Includiujj business under the
Bankrupt Law. S7:ly
DALY & STEVENS,
GENERA L A GENTS,
Office Removed to No. i4 Front street,
Opposite McCormick's Book-Store.
-JCTILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
W to the Collecting and adjustment of
accounts, bills and notes; Negotiating Inland
bills; effecting loans; selling and leasing
real estate ; house renting, and to the gen
eral agency business in all its branches.
JAS. U DALY.
WARD S. STEVENS.
John Nestor, Architect,
OFFICE JN CARTER'S BUILDING,
Front St., Portland Oregon.
Business Houses, Halls, Churches,
Tenements, Cottages, Sttburban
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF BRICK AND FRAME
Buildings Designed and Planned
With accuracy, and scrupulously and faith
fully superintended. J-gTOwueiV interests
) j ESTABI.
J 1 15
No. SO First street, Portland,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Garden.
Crass awl Flower seeds !
All Seeds from this Establishment are
Warranted Fresh and Genuine.
Foreign and Domestic Dried Fruits and
Foreign and Domestic Green do do
Vegetables and Fruit racked with care for
NUTS Pea-nuts, Brazil-nuts, Wal nuts, Fil
berts and Almonds.
GKOCEKIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought expressly for family use.
2-vf All of which is offered for cash at
cash prices. Orders solicited.
3.":ly .UU O't ONNOIt.
No. f0 First st., Portlind, Oregon.
MEUSSDORFFER & BR0
Ha ntifaet arers and lmfMirters 'd,
Ant WholesaJn and Retail Italers in,
And HATTER'S MATERIALS,
N". 72 Front street, Portland Oregon.
Are receiving, in addition to their extensiro
stock, bv every steamer, all the latest styles
of New Yok, London and Parisian taste, for
gentlemen's and children's wear, which they
will sell cheaper thau any other house on
the Pacific coast.
P. S. Hats of every style and description
made to order, also neatly repaired. 1 3y
BILLS A CO.
CAMP 4 CO.
HOG AN A CO.
Portland Dray and Hack Co.,
(jnc.e at Dray and jfcrl $-ahUs,
Cor. Stark and Second sfs, J'ortland
J5r All business intrusted to us execuied
with care and dispatch. No commissions
charged on freight advanced. Orders for
hacks promptly attended to, day or night.
HOTELS, RESTA URANTS, c)-c
Corner of First and Morrison streets.
Th best and most comfortable Hotel in the
State, where every want is anticipated,
and cheerfully supplied. Warm and
cold Baths attached to the house.
This Hotel is located near the steamship
Landing. The Hotel Coach will be in at
tendance at all the Landings, to convey
Eassengers and baggage to and from the
ouse free of charge.
SEW ELL & POPsCY,
( la te L IN COIN HO USE, )
No. R4 Kioiit lif I, I'orlliiiid Oregon.
L. P. W. QUI M BY, PitontiKTOR,
Late of Western Hotel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, nnd it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the lancPng on the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrying bag
gage to the house free of charge, j 17.1
What Cheer House,
Nos. 12f, 123 and 13ft Front street,
The undersigned having taken this well
known" house, solicit increased patronage
fram the traveling public. The l!oelu9
lately been relitted, and the proprietors are
now able to otter additional inducements la
their patrons. The table will be furnished
with the best market affords, aud be under
the immediatesupervision of the proprietors
Rooms well furnished and well ventilated.
A large fire proof safe for the deposit of
valuables. Baggage taken to the hotel free
of charge. Board per week " eO
Board and lodging " ....?) to 8 00
According to ttie room occupied.)
Nothing wid be left undone, which is in
the power of the proprietors to render guests
comfortable. LYONS, LEON A KB & Co.,
Two doors south of the old Court House,
Front street, Portland, Oregon.
W. N. Pattox Proprietor.
Single meals, 25 cents Beda, 25 cents,
This house is newlv fitted, and furnished
in the best style. xii.fim
Fr ed. Muller,
The Or ig inal Papar aila
r 15e!?s to announce a his old
Jj? customers aud the public, that
His New Restaviunt,
Two doors from Alder, on First street, Tort
I and, is now open, .
Oysters, Game, Chops, etc. x.Z
JOB PRIXTIAC5 XEATIiYEXEllT
edattbe ENTERPRISE OFFICE.
Ark yvur neighbor
for tke LiF.ft?'r?isE,
ARMJES & DALLAM,
IXPORTBBS AND JOBBBRS OF
VOOD AND WILLOW WARE
Brushes, 2 wines, Cordage, etc.,
AND llAXlTACTl RBRS OF
Brooms, Pails, Tubs, Washboards, fyc
215 217 Sacramento st., San Francisco.
US Maiden Lane, N. Y. City.
D. 11. DILI
Hildburg, Bros. & Co.
IMPORTERS AND WIIOLKSALE DEALERS IJf
All Kinds of Cognacs,
Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
Rumt Gin, Domestic Liquors, Wines,
SrC., etc., etc.
No. 2fi Front st., O. S. N. Co.'s new brick
block, Portland Oregon. (29
FARMERS, ATTENTION !
FIsix Seed lor Sale !
PARKERS IN WANT OF
FLAX SEED FOR SOWING !
Cun be Supplied upon application
to us. We shall also be pre
pared to purchase all need
At the Best Market Prices!
Which, from present, prices of Oil,
will probably he from 4 to 5 cts.
Per Pound !
T" We have on hand, and are prepared
to "ship with dispatch, irr quantities desired,
Oil cake Meal, one of the most nutritious
articles of food known, for all kinds of stock.
Pacific Linseed Oil and Lead Worts,
King st., near 3d, San Francisco,
R XJ B "E R
IIS Monlgomcry Slie-t,
San Francisco California.
Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers
of all kinds India Kubber Goods.
Knllcr Clotliixi !
All kinds and styles !
Druggist and Fancy Goods,
Balls and Toys,
Pipes and Canes,
Air and Water Goods!
Rubber Vec! Tics !
For Ladies and Gentlemen !
Wago?i sjrings, Shaft Rattlers,
Curry Combs, and Horse Boots,
Buckets and Pails,
Gloves and Napkin Rings,
Card Baskets t Fans
Latest st3des of
Kubber Jewelry I
By every steal :ier.
Side Ageut for the Pacific Coast.
S2 Lake street, Chicago.
347 Broadway, New York. 4.j.tf
MIS CELL A NEO US.
HIGHLIT IMPORTANT !
To all wishing
HOUSE SHOEING, BLACK
SMITHING, J HON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
Corner of MAIN and SECOND streets,
Takes this opportunity to inform his
old customers, and the public
in general, that he now
has on hand
"Web-Foot" Plow !
And other patterns which he warrants in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community are especially and
earnestly invited to call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All work in his line is done in the best
possible manner, and nt such pi ices as must
suit all. In connection with the above de
partment of business the undersigned is also
prepared to manufacture -Wagons
and Carriages of every kind!
in point of style and durability
E Q, IT A Ia TO ANY I5IPOUTE DI
Having constantly on hand forsale a large
assortment of material, consisting in part of
IRON, STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor ts
Enabled to fill all Orders!
For stfch Article on,
The Most Favorable Terms.
3ff All work from this establishment,
and all material sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented. J. W. LFWIS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JST" 8,0oo Pairs have just been received at
the Phiiudilphia Boot store, comprising ev
erf thin intended for the understanding,
which ast &, Cahalin. 1)2 Front street,
Portland, are prepared to sell at the lowest
liring price. See advertisement.
A LARGE INVOICE OF NEW
Sunday School and Gift Books !
ITWtOM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jetlerson st.,
between '2d and 3d, Portland, Ortgon.
O. II. ATKINSON, Secretary.
52.1 y"! and Treas. Oregon Tract Soc.'y.
A Collection of Gleesuartetts, Cho
ruses, Part Songs, fyc; By L. O.
Emerson, author of ''The Jubilee"
Harp if Judah, Golden Wreath,
Merry Chimes, etc.
Upwards of half a million copies of Mr.
Emerson's music books have boen sold, a fact
proving a popularity which has rewarded nc
other author of the same class ol books, ant?
which cannot fail to insure for thia new vol
ume an immense sale. The content of this
work are, for the most part, new, A large
numbor cf valuable pieces have baen cou
tributed by Mr. L, II. Southard, whose name
is a sutlicient guarantee of the excellence.
The marked features of the collection are:
Originality, lirilliancy ai d variety, and it
will be tound. upon carefn' examination.that
there is no glee book before the public that
m every particular will prove so completely
satisfactory to musical societies, and conven
tions, conservatories.clubs and amateur sing
ers. Pice $1.3 ; 12 per doz., mailed post
paid. OLIVER DITSON & Co.,
C. II. Dirt-ON A Co.. New York .tf
French Wledical Office
DR. JULIAN PEKKAULT, Doctor of
ItJedicine of theFacnltr of Pans, Grad
uate of the UmrersUv Queen's College, and
Physician of the St. John Boptiste fcociety,
of San Francisco. .
Itt. pERKAfLT has the pie.i!nre to lniorm
Vmtirnmcrr nnd Sacrnmeuto street
Man Francisco. "Rooms No. 0,-10, 11, first
floor, up stairs, entrance on either .Montgom
crv or Sacramento streets.
Dit. PeRRAt-LT's studies hare been alm?:t
exclusivelv devoted to the cure of the vari
ous forms'of Nervous and Physical Debility,
the results of in'urious habits acquired in
youth, which usually terminate in impotence
and sterility, and permanently induce a'! ihe
concomitants of old age. Where a secret
infirmitv exists, involving the hao; iness of
a life and that of others, re ison and moralLy
dictate the necessity of its removal, for it is
a fart that premature dcline of the vior of
mr.nhood, matrimonial unhappiness, compul
sory single lite, etc.. have their sources in
causes, the germ of which is planted in early
life, and the bitter fruit tasted long after
wards ; patients, laboring uider this com
plaint, will complain of one or more of the
following symptoms: Nocturnal emissions,
pains in the back and head, weakness of
memory and sight,, discharge from the Ure
tha on going to stool, or making water, the
intellectual faculties a. e weakened, loss of
memory ensues, ideas are clouded, and
there is a disinclination to attend to busines,
or even to reading, writing or society of
friends, etc. The patient will probably com
plain of dizziness, vertigo, and that the sight
and hearing are weakened, and sleep disturb
ed by dreams, melancholy, sighing, palpita
tions, faintins, coughs and slow teverjwhile
some have external rheumatic pain, and
numbness of the body. Some of the most
common symptoms are pimples in the face,
face, and aching in diu'erent parts of the
body. Patients suilering from this disease
should apply immediately to Du. Pkkrai lt.
either in p'erson or by letter, and he will
guarantee a cure of seminal weakness in six
to eight weeks.
Patients suffering from venerial diseases
in anv stage. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures
Uubo Ulcers, Cutaneous Eruptions, etc., will
be treated successfully. All Syphilitic and
Mercurial Taints cutifely removed from the
" Da. Pehraclt's diplomas are in his office,
where patients can see for themselves, that
they are under the care of a regularly edu
cated practitioner. The best references giv
en if required.
Patients suffering under chronic diseases,
can call and examine for themselves. AVe In
vite investigation ; claim not to know everr
thing, nor to cure everybody, but we do
claim that in all cases taken under treat
incut, we fulfill our promises. We particn
larlv request those who have tried this boast
ed doctor, and that advertsed phraician, till
worn out and di.-conraged, to call upon us.
Low charges and fjuick cures.
Ladies guttering from any complaint inci
dental to their sex, can consult the doctor
with the assurance of relief.
FEMALE MOSTHLT TILLS.
Dit. Pkrravlt is the only agent in Califor
nia for Dn. Riot's Female monthly pills.
Their immense sale has established their
reputation as a female remedy, unnpproached
and far in advance of every other remedy,
suppressions and ii regularities, and other
ob.itructions in females. On the receipt of
." these pills will be sent by mail or express
to any part of the world, secure from curi
osity er oumage.
Persons at a distance can be cured at home
by addressing a letter to Uu. Pkhrault, cor.
of Sacramento and Montgomery sts., rooms
10 and II, or box S'7;3, 1. ()., Sau Francisco,
.-tilting the case as minutely as possible, gen
eral habits of living, occupation, etc.
iO TOI' SUFFER FBOH PIIT8-
ICAE JNCAl'ACIl l? Are you tucer-
jrifT from Nervous
Debility? If j ou
re, be warned in
tiuio ! You have
now Die means mid
opportunity of be
in f restored to
health. J!e warn
ed, cl.-o, to whom
you apply. There
nretwo rocks upon
which you may
?plit, the one be
ing tlie legally qualiliod physician, who. nl
tluiijli fully q'unlitiel by his knowledge of
ltis profession to treat the various pencral ail
ments of humanity, yet is totally ignorant, tis
the majority of them, generally are, of this pe
culiar branch of his science; the reason lx-mj
that he lias never made it Lis peculiar itudy.
And the other rook is tho blatant charlatan
ami quack, who preys on the pockets and lives
f its victims. Theso individuals assume titles
to which they have not the slightest preten
w'ou, and are, for the most part, men even with
out the ordinary common rudiments of educa
tion, who, by their force of impudence and ad
vertising, irretrievably ruin the email remains
of health of the jioor, deluded victim.
DR.S. HASTINGS HALL,
Who has been established in San Franci-'co
ince 18G3, has stepped, iierhsps, he acknowl
edges, out of the routine of his proJiMoii, by
thus advertising; but lie deems it better to give
a fellow being an opportunity of at lcaft beirg
capable of discriminating for himselt out of lLo
i masses of charlatanism, at least one practi
tioner who lias devoted his time, money ana
Mudy to this peculiar brauch of bin profession,
and who is a legally qualified practitioner nnd
membtT of the Medical Board, and was form
erly a pupil of nnd practiced tinder thocclo
brated Acton 8c Itecord. has now the moet xi
tensiv practice, extending through th whole
of Calilbrnia. Oregon, Nevada, Wat-hingtori
Territory, aad throughout tho who's l'acitid
fclope, having established this extensive prac
tice through his admirable system of corres
ponding by letter. Six hours in thodaysro
continuously devoted to this brauch of prac
DIt. S. IT. HALIS Establishment is well
known to sll visitors Jsan Francisco. His
re putation alone a a hctureron J'hyyiologicul
and Anatomical Mibjcts is FMfficint eecuritr
to the pu&lic that those who place themselves
under his Cans will, to Pay the least, hare a
:iarantpe that they have plficed themselves in
the hands of one who is well ncqoainted with
the anatomy and pin piology ot the human body
and its mysterious workings; nnd, therefore,
irrespective of his reputation for curing theso
t!iacs, lie is universally acknowledged to be
competent to cure them, lie also takes tlie
greatest precaution: to avoid publicity being
given aa to recognition from whence the cor
respondence comes, lie has now been in prae
ticc twenty-three years, and not a ?:i cle case
has ever been made puhlic. lie can bo con
sulted by Iftter, or personally at his tifiice.
The following works cuu be obtained direct
from tlx; anthor free :
Observations on the Male and Female Organs of
Generation, and their Treatment.
PRICE, - - - - - 25 cts.
Health r.nd Disease j how to Obtain ens and
Avoid tae other.
PJilCE, - - - - - $1.00.
A number of unqualified pt-rsons are delud
ing the unwary by pretending to b legally
qualified practitioners, lie takes this oppor
tunity ot copying tho tallowing rxtract lrora
hi Certificate from the Medical iioard :
"This is to certify that S. HASTINGS HA LL
lias l)oeii roistered by the Medical Hoard as a
legally qualified medicul practitioner.
' 15y order of t t;c Hoard.
" Euastus V. Coopek, Sccrctarj".''
Address all letters to
IK. S. ISASTSrVGS II.47JL,
Office, American Surgery nnd Dispensary,
No. 402 Montgomery .St., Kan Francifeo, Cal.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL"
Having followed the above business
Sixteen years, in
And San Francisco,
I feel confident that I can give perfect sat
isfaction to all who may trust me with work.
Persons Jiving at a distance from the city
can obtain all necessary information as to
cost, etc., bv addressing:
T WPTXfnttE! Piaster!-.
Montgomery st., near 15th, Portland, j
Reference. Clackamas county : j
L C. Tnrl.MM.t-R, t'?l- OswCgO, 1
patients & others seeking connaentiai meat
cnl ndrice, that he can be consulted at 111:
fHrP. Amiorv Hall Huildinsr, Northea.it cor
THE LAW OV liEWSPAPERs
If subscribers order the discontinuao'cVr
their newspapers, the publisher mar COn
tinne to send them tmtil all arrearage.
paid. " "
If subscribers neglect or refuse to tak
their newspapers from the office to which
they nre sent, they are held responsible un
til they have settled the bills and ordered;
them discontinued. w
It subscribers move to other places with
otit informing the publisher, and newsnI
pers are sent to the former direction, ther
urc held responsible. ?
X Those of our mail subscribers whose
subscription still remains unpaid, wilf
observe the ' X" marked in pencil, after tlie
name vtpon the margin of their papers
We trust they will give it Jhcirearlvatten-
tion, and forward us the amounts immedi
ately, according to bills sent them.
By virtue of a warrant placed in my nnd
for the purpose of collecting delinquent tax.
es due toClackamac couotv for the year
issued out of the County Court and to m?
directed, I will, on
Saturday the 20th day of June,
1S!S, expose to sale at auction to the highest
b'dder for LT. S. gold coin in hand paid, the
following tracts or parcels of land, or so
much thereof as is sutlicient to pay the taxes
due thereon for the year 1S67. together with
the costs, etc. Sale to commence at 10 o'
clock .v. m., and continue from day to dar un
til sold. ,
1 i 1 t I1 I -E5
Z S g H
Austin, Joseph n r fs li2e 4) $- 2t
Adkins. Jesse sec 11 4s le ltio
Ainsworth, J. C. nr is 2e 10 350
Archo, (J A (-st. of sec 4,3s 2e 2t0 6 n
Allen, ltobei test.of 6s lc ".-Jo &
Hillings, sophia sec.21, Ss lw 8 s til
Brown, J J nrsec.14, Ss lw 190 5 2$
Uoon, Alphonso sec.26,33,83 lw lti) ; 5,,
Pddwell heirs ofj Is Se lfio 7
Hnrbank, V Is 2e 80 ; $
Hi owd, J 11 .rA 15 2 itf
llouton, V V n r 2s Ce 15 1 ;i
IJridges, Kitftis "(5 45 H W
Cole, A U n r sec. lo 4s le 120 J
Churchill, J II sec. 14 fcs 2e lCtf 4 j,
Campbell, J G f 7 is 43
Culver, K Mrs 1,2,3,5,.', IS 7
Day, V P 2 lots in Lien City ;
Davis. J W 4s 2e li7 1 7.1
Engle, Chris, est. of f 2e loo j
Epperson, Joh. 1 11 r Ss lw VS 5 2J
Francisco, J I) Ss lw 175 2 U
Ford, M E Mrs sec. 25 4s le SI0 7 r
Failes, Nathan sec. 3:,3t 5s le N) 4 S2
Oeer, F W 11 r sec. 81 Ss lw 453 3u 63
tireenwell, U F sec. 21 2s Se 81) .H
Harris, Thos sec. 23 Ss lw 313 15 54
Uiitton, Mark sec. l'.f 2s 3e 820 3 7
Iler.rice, Henry sec. 14,15 Ss 2e T20 19 -.4
llicklin, James 11 r 2s 2e 10 S 7.
Hughes, J J n r sec. 29 3s lw 6 1 7.V
Johnson, George sec. 22 Ss le 40 1 4
Job, S n r fs le 320 7 :
Jones, I.neinda nr 4s le li"0 4
Jacob, Indian sec. 14 2s 2c 3 2 41
Joslin, A J free. S2 Ss le 4M 3 2
Johnson, Geo 1 S'. 7 31
Jackson, W E sec. Ss 2e 200 5 :
KeUy, Dennis n r sec. 17 3s le 180 7 i
Knighton, W J House a lot in Oswego 1 00
Keliozg, Jason nr 2s le 4v ISM
Kellogg, Edward n r 2s le 320 S 7."
Kelly, Clinton n r sec. 22 Is 2e !; : 5ir
IjOwj;, C W n r sec. 2'J s 1 w .r0 3 5"
L;.mbert, Noah u r cc. 2 2s 2e 7 iu
Laswell, Isaac n r 2s 3c fi40 17 5"
Laughead, W nr Ss le 12o , 7,y
Mori is, (;ha 2 lots and houscin Oswego 2 ,-
McGilhv. Kice sec. 2 S5e I60 2 sj
Mitchell,.! nr s;c. tj 2s 2e SIS s 75
Mark ham, Mrs nr 2s 2e 150 3
McMahan. J Iheirsof Is le 640 M ixr
McGreavv, Mrs n r 2 27 Milwaukie 10 51
.vi VorniicK, J lots 2,:;,4,.,fi block 174 ;
4. . it - - .1 1 ... -
U TT- r. ! L. - -i . i,- .. -.v
Oreiron Citv Paper Manufacturing Comnanvj
Lot 5 block 2 &7 55
Oliver, Henry lot 5 bjock 45 T m
I'edigo, J sj " sec. 35 s 2e lfio 27
Powell, J W minori 25 4s le SO 2 t
" Isaac sec. 1 fs le lfirt 1 SI
T rr , - ... . ..... ....
11UU, t Ol MC si iS 2C IVf V
Itoork T est. ofj sec. 7 Ss Ste 150 3 & I
Reynolds, A H sec. 23 Ss le 1K0 3 50 ;
s'ii:iirT M,,imii w.i x, ir.r l:
Sawyer, Mark hou.-e S lots in Linn City 5 "ii
Starr, A M sec. 4 2 le 160 3 5" I
Sexton, C Mrs 4 lots block 15 J 75
Te-wiliiger, John house a lot in Oswego C 5i 'is
Thompson, U R 2s 2c 2 5 ..' j
i.MIUI, 1 1C O1' ?,
lolet, Isaac sec. 13 Ss lw ,", 14"
Whit l fl V Kef till ..-0 1 la I
alts, A Oram sec. 1 -,!. ss le 2t -'
uiiiii:r, .iiuei i. s . , p
Wv.mt, J A ec. 2- 4s 2e b;o I
Wiilkins, J riCn-ct9;.s le t0 I ' 1
Weils, Richaid sec. 32 5a le 320 " ii
Williams, Geo II 5s 2e S2' 7 i
Wicks, W W sec Vm-20 Ss lw S7o iV f
Wm P. I? U UN'S.
SheiifTof Clackamas Countr I
Oregon City, May 2"d, IsGt. CU 4t.
In the Circuit. Court of the State nf f
Oregon, for the County of Multonomah ss ,
50 cent, Revenue stamp.
J. D. Miller, plaintiff, vs. Robert N White' 1
defendmt. Motion for leave to issue an f
Execution and action to revive a judgment; I
To Rohert N. White tlie alore named drfendtT't .
In the name of the State of Oregon, ymt f
are hereby required to appear and answer I
the complaint and motion tiled against yort j
in the above entitled action, within ten dav
of the date of the service of this summons ,
upon you, it served within said county; or, j
if served in any other county of this "State. )
.hen within twenty days frotn the date of I
r;r ""ce ; or, if you fail to answer, for want ?
i'r ..of, the plaintiiT will apply to the Court i
on t':e first day of the term of said court, .
v. 'u;ch shali be held after six weeks publics- f
1"oj of this summons for leave to issue an
Execution against you on a judgment obtain-
ed against yoti by the plaintifl" in the Dif-
trict Cou.t "of the 2nd Judicial District of
Oregon at the May term thereof, to wit: On ',
the 4th day o&May 1S5S; iii the Countv of
Multnomah, for thi Rliin of f447 20; and for -a
judgment against you for the stim of 447.-
zi n;iu iineicM mcifuii since uie m oar i'i '
Mav 1S53, and for costs and disbursements &f f 5
this action. .
15y order of Hon. Vi. W; Upton, Judge "f
the 4th Judicial District: 3'.'-"P
JOHNSOX & McCOWN.
May 11, 1S63. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
S. TAX NOTICE.
Notice is liereby givt-n that the annual
list of taxes for the year 1S0S, is now in m.v j
hands for collection. Said list consists ot
special ta.tes, (licenses), income taies, n4 I,
taxes ou carriages, watches, and silver plat I
All persons residing in Clackamas countr t
are hereby required to pay tho 'axes asse
ed against them to the ulidersigned, at t , :
Court House in Oregon City,, on Mond t
and Tucsdavk June btU aad utb. l'nf-i j
payment is then mad, penalties will heaJ
ded according to law.
li. C. tjRAWFORD,
3l.2t) Deputy Collector Internal R-k- j
. . . . a a ff1II It- " r. I - W 'L. k
m I AUlili ,
Notice is hereby given that the under- ,
signed was duly appointed administrator f
the estate of James R.chord deceased, hr rt ,
Hon W. T. Matlock, county Judge of Clack
am"; county, State of Oregon on the b . d ;
of Mav. 1. All persons having claimsa
gainst- said estate are required to prc' ;
them to me with the proper voucher witum t
six months from the date of this notice, l
the ofliee of Johnson ii McCown, Attorney. -ia
Oregon City, county and State aforesaio- .
Dated, Oregon Citv. May 7th, 1 - s
SAM PEL MILLER, Administrator, .
of Estate of James hichor?.
. .... , ,lPtr.
The undersigned give notice -sons
that they must not tap the Tuai
River, nor change the sime from rJoning
the natural channel. yiVA DS.
J.' J. R.
PETER A. WLI
Oregon City, April Ith.JbJz'j
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