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EI)C iUcehin (i3utrpnec.
TOWN AND COr XT Y.
- .,, vr;.-T!.e Fountain .Hose Co. were
6, t drilling last Monday evening.
Slc Jas. 1 artlow, of Portland, is at thfe
rnf House in tin's city confined to bis bed
from an aitack of iheumatisir.
New Sai.ook.-Gco. A. Harding and Robt.
Putter arc goir.g to open ihe saloon known
us the Fashion, on Mam street.
' White Fir Buns. We were shown a limb
of a white fir tree about eight inches in length
tiltceu burs, uamer prom.--.
tvnnvq Dklxk A number
Indians have been going ab mt our streets
durins3the past n eck. It should be stopped.
" I'khsosal Col. Kelly and B. Killin, E-q.,
of Portland, called on us during the pest
J un Ur. The steamer Keliance has been
laid i? a!ul uut illta ll'e lrj d0t k for reI'air?
The Active takes her place for the present.
ev TAPEti We see it stated in our ex
changes that Mr. Beriah Brown is about to
.u.'rt ii paper at Astoria.
IxciiEASED. The salary of Postmaster Ba
o n oltlutitv. has been increased 1y the
Department from 30 per annum to &i').
I-.HT.oViS;. The sidewalk iu front of the
Cai'.olic block, is being repaired. Plenty
more places where it uglit to be.
The final game in the match
n tbo Eelifords and Webfeet will
taft place at Dayton next Friday.
Nearly Finished. The new boat of the
T.T. Company's, Shoo Fly, is nearly finished.
Her upper works are-oa, end is now under
Lottkut TicKr.TS. A. Levy has received
:Tt of thgjMercantile Library Association
.)T.-rv tickets, and we understand a number
have alreuly been sold.
p..cts. The Indians had a general day of
horse racing last 'Friday below town. We
u i.l..'r.-tand that they have some very -good
Dxsck. A d:i nee took place st the ie?i
d'nee of Geo. Strickland, in Canemah, last
Ti-.v-iliiv evening. It is said to hate been a
Rxtiieu Fi ll. Onr county jail, usually
rinpty, was full last, Saturday. Two were in
there lor robbery, otiedumk.nml one insane.
At ore-cut the. two for robbery arc its eiJy
Thanks. Mrs. Painter desires us to re
1r.ru thanks to the Oregon City I)ra?s Band
n id to the citizens of this city get-orally, for
Qheir liberality, at the late festivr.! given for
laritovixfi. We noiiee thatMain strect'in
the upper part of the town is being improved
bv having the holes filled and leveled. It
wmi'd he well to pay a little attention to the
To O.'EV. Leon l)elouey, proprietor of
the Ji.irnum Restaurant, has leased the Cliff
House and will open the same shorlly.. He
an experienced hotel keeper, and cannot
luil to make the hoa e popular.
R.vi.t.. We ae informed that the Cataract
Ilos.' Company propose giving a ball on the
evening of ihe 1th of July. The hoys know
iow to get up a hall, and if it comes off, will
undoub'.'edlv he the ball of the. si as n.
Shkkiff's Sale. Slierilt' Jlyers v, ill c'ose
oi.t the remaind. rof the furniture in the Cliff
House this (Saturdav) morning. Sale to
;oo4ne'4'e -at !! o'clock. A chance is o tiered
lo get lurnituie cheap.
QxjrnKn. A man named Win. Driscoll. in
the e npl -y of t'-.e P. T. Co , fell on one of
the brieve's, a chstan e ff ab ut five fiet,ard
injured h'mself very badly. He is under
m'edk-al treatment, and it "is exptcted that
he will be all right in a few da s.
Ittjntr.uT. Two Indians were at rested la?t
Saturday fur robbing a squaw of $"00. They
were examined before Justice Smith and
bound over. In default of bail they were
sent to jail to await the action of the Grand
Fkstivai.- A festival for the fenent of the
M. E. Church choir was held last Saturday
evening at the residence of Mr. Chas. Pope.
The singing n the occasion by the Misses
Georgh- Pope and lone Saffarrans. assisted
by several gentKieu, is said to have been
Ci-ostxo Term. The exercisesof the clos
i ?g term of th.e Oregon City Seminary take
plu eto d.ty Friday.) On Monday the es
says will he read by. the pupils, and on Tues
day evening at tiie Congregational Church
t ie diplomas w 11 l e jiresented to the jjrad ti
nting class. The public are respectfully re
qusted to be present at the various times.
Aar.KSTEt. A man named Wm. Thompson
was (forested last Vednesday on a charge of
arson au i luccncy, by Deputy Sheriff JIc
C irver, near Dutchtown. He was examined
r:i the charge of arson on Thursday, before
Jastico Smith, and discharge;!. The charge
of larceny will be heard this (Friday) moru-
Fornni ok July. We have received a no
tice from Messrs. C. C. Garrett, Fainuel
Eagle and J. R White, t o nmittee of Ar
r.viments. anno'incinj that there will be a
celebration on the 4th of July at AYdlo it's
Soda Spring, to which tti people are re
spjclfally invited. A pleasant time wil' be
Living Wondeus. Thia cftinbinilion of
larjre and small people showed themselves
in our city last Wednesday. Most every
body in town went to see them. They are a
great, cur osity. Miss Anna Swan a -d Motis.
Joseph are very large, being over eight feet
high, and weighing, the former 4'3 and the
latter 4oo pomi Is. Major Green weighs 4."
pouuds, and is said to be only 83 inches high.
Miss Zobcthe Luti. the Circassian girl, is
quile a cur.o-ity. They are worth seeing.
Good Tii:ko to AdvertisI. Mr. Jos.
Daker, ot this place, some time ago lost two
horses. He spent several days in hunt-n
for them, and finally gave it up in disgust.
rTwo weeks ago he inserted a small advertise
ment iu the Enterprise, end in less than a
wedi his horses were delivered to him. The
time he had spent in hunting them was I
ivrti-tl) ..-.?- in him than a dozen advertise- !
meats would have cost. Tuis showa that
Contest. Notice- of contest have been
Revved on Arthur Warner by Mr. Myers,
opposing candidates, for Sheriff; on J. M.
Frazer by T. J. McCarver, candidates for
County Clerk, and on C. C. Garret by S.
4. Giiniand. candidates for Assessor. We
understand that tjie balance of the Demo
cratic candidates content the election.
Fourth in Oreg. n Citt. The lire depart
ment of this city ropos-s to ceiebrate the
Fourth. It will form a procession and
march through the town, and afterwards pro
ceed to the giounds on the hill, where the
Declaration of Indei enrlence will le read.
The citizens of this place, Canemah and ih
surrounding country are invited to parti i
puie in the celebration. The dinner is t be
gotten up on a pici.ic principle everbodv
bring their baskets with them. There is al-o
a match game of base ball to be played be
tween the fire companies. A good time mav
he expected, and we hope tiie citizeus of
Clackamas will fctnerally attend.
Bridges A petition is being circulated
by oider of this County Court asking for in
structions a.s to whether the tax-pavers are
willing to be taxed to construct bi hitres over
the following stream?.: Across the Tualatin,
on the road leading Prom a point on the Wil
lamette r ver to Oswego ; on the Abernethy,
in the edge of Oregon City, on the road lead
ing man uns city to for laml : across i:,,rL-
i Creek, near the m ulh of s i id stream, where
it empties into tlie ( l.ickamas, and across
Miik Creek, near Howard's mill, on the road
leading from Oregon City to Wright's bridge.
The ciiizens are taking very little interesUn
signing the jietitions, as they suppose th;it
the County Court aught to know what the
Pirkotoky. We have received from
Mr. II. nry G. Langley, publisher, of San
Francisco, n copy of the San Franciscu
Directory for 1870. It is a work of over
1.000 pages, p-cvfiapa voa devoti to ad
vertising, and the remainder occupied by
valuable in format ror.. which must have
cost a vast anwsmt of time and labor in
its compilation. Th-y uuend to issue their
Pacific Coast Directory in a similar style
shorlly. They will have canvassing agei-ts
up la-re, and no doubt their agt!ts will
meet with good succefs. as it inait be a
work o( great value to all.
No Accommodations. We are told that
the aecmimodations for lodgers in ou:-city
for $.t rangers was not sudieient f r th de
mand d ;i ing the past wee'". Three immi
grants wer in sea: eh f ! dgings one nighr,
and were unable to ohtain them. This is
wfon, and '. ill do our town no good. When
strangers come into it. and oar hotels are
t:o full t: accnmmoi'iite them, we wouh!
sue "est that cur citize.i tind them places in
l.rivat- houses. Most any f.ur.ily would
cheer! !Iv thruw Open their doors t... such as
are seeking homes ainoni; us, ami we hope
that our Citizens will be hospitable enough
not tK allow any to su!Ur I r want, r.f prop r
accomiiio iatii iis At. present our hotel ac
commodations arc 1 tnitc!, and the private
houses should he brought int- lequisitioM
when rid;c place-are t" .11. N-o one should
be aliowt d tt leave our town wirii rompl tint
that our people do not sh'.w strangers a
pp:p-.-r degree of hospitalitv. It will give
our town a bad n snie abroad, especially ii
new comers ive served in this wav.
I):sc.n.vci;rri. We are it-fft-rmed that every
Snnda' a lot of bo s go tip on the hill to
play ball, a' d in their game use most obscene
and pTc f.:ne langung , so nvu h so th it the
pei pl-e in the lifighborhoixi ar: forced to
ke p their own ein dre.i within doors and
i lose their house. We see no reason why
boys cannot play ball or any other amuse
ment '.v. thont being piefatie in the use of
lan guage, so as o become nbnoxi u- to those
residing in the neighborhood. If they can
not be decent while playinsr, they had better
cease their amusement altogether. W bile
we do iivit believe in ball playing on Suruiav,
we have no right to dictate to those who wish
to do s , bet to use obscene and vulgar
language whil-c thus engaged is an oti'e ise
against the citizens residing in the neighbor
hood, and shou'd be stopped. They have a
i Llit to do as hey please as long as they do
not biterfere with th rights ef otheis, but
in this ca-e tliev ni-ult whole laniu.e-.
War, Cetweex the States. -Th"? second
volume of this great woik by Ho 1. Alex-
at der II. Steplons, will scon be ready for
delivery, and ihe ag' tit for t!ds section of
the State, Mr. I). Wrigl t, expects a supply
for his subscribers in a fe-.v d tys. U'e have
received tiie following circular from A. L.
I'.iiiicro.t & Co., General Agents for the Pa
cific coast :
The second volume will contam more sterl
engravings, and an excess of nearly two
hundred p ic.es over the l'n st volume, without
any additional charge. Enormous and un
precedented as has been the sale of the first
volume, the demand for the second is still
more immenfe. Apprehension of its non
issue prevented multitudes from st curing
tither volume, until sure of both ; hence a
vast number of volume I is -et required,
which having been foreseen and piovideJ
for by the publishers, copies to supply this
class ot patrons are available.
It is proper to state that for the unusual
delay ia ihe appearance of the present vol
ume, our distributing agents are in no way
responsible - the detention having been
cans: 1 entirely by ;ts greatly increased size,
and the ill health of the author. Accom
plished under !orm:d.:blc ui I'cubies, it is all
the more gratify nsr to contemplate 1 1 e bril
l.ant success of this last, splendid effort of
our etnieetU statesman and historian. Con
temporaneous with, and the admitted peer
of, the immortal triumvirate Yeb-ier,Chvy
and Calhoun, and the only survivor of a
l and of statesmen of which the same century-
produces no duplicate. '
Tie- lirst volume of this work having fully
equaled, the second vastly surpasses the
chiinis set foi th in the prospectus, its im
meiise popularity is simply u legitimate and
foregone conclusion ; hence the genera1 deter-
ination evinced to obtain it at the earli
et op rtunity.
LieaiTsixc. Pi.v k lt,eii
Is ahead of anything i f the kind. Ilm.ly
and cheap. Try it. Sold by Druggists,
Ti e standard rem- ov ! r . oi;5is, Xrtiln
ntzsi, Sre 'Hi !?, 1 7, '7,' ng ('ough. Croup,
IJrtr Comjduiif, Rroxch'il isy Blading of the
Lung, and every affection of the Throat,
Lungs and Chest, incluiiioi CoNSfMi'Tiox.
AVistsir's Ualsuni does not dry i;p a
Cough, but loos.-ns it, cleanses the "itmccs,
and allays irr't-ition, thus removing the cause
of the complaint. None srenm'ne unless
signed I. BrTTs. J'repired ov S,.th W.Fowi.e
&. Son, Boston. Sol.J by Redington, Hos
gETTKn A Co., tlau Fr.incico, and bv dealers
:S JUST RECEIY ED
thine usually kept i-i a b.-o!
s 0"e, direct from tiie East, which he offers to
the public at reduced prices. Store un. er
the Court House. Give me a call and ex
amine my goods and prices.
Oregon City, June IB, lS7C:tf
l ime tests ttie Merits uf stll TiiinSi
FOR THIRTY YEA IIS ! "Sia
Perry Dflvis' Pain Killer,
Has been tested in every variety of cli
mate, and by almost every nation known to
Americans. It is the almost constant com
panion and inestimable frieud Of the mission
ary and the traveler, on -e:t and land, and no
one should travel on our Lakes oa Kiveks
It is a speedy and safe remedy for burns,
scalds, cuts, hruises, Wounds and various
o hcr injuries, as well as for dysentery, diar
rhoea, and bowel complaints generally, and
is admirably suited for every race of men on
the face of the g'obe
Bo sure you cull for and get the genuine
Pain Kdler, as many worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation
ot this valuable medicine.
2 Directions accompany each bottle.
f i:-c '45 cts., 51) cts., a.itl $1.00 per
Sold b3 all Medicine Dealers.
SADoi.F.Kr. J It. Scliram, of this
City, is now manufacturing the best Saddlery
and Harness in the State. lie will have at
least of) sets of all grades, from fine to com
mon, finished and readv lor sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is hound to make a trade with any nian who
wishes to buy of him. He uses both Oregon
rind California leather in his establishment,
and his work beat s a most excel'ent reputation
abroad. We. hope that citizens of our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in his line.
mull notuiiU Liwtge
Moi 1, A. e. jiii. I
A. M. -Holds its regular roninumi
cations on the I"ir.t and Third Sat
urdays in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2o'.h of September to the -iotli of
.VL-.rch, and 7 5 o'clock from the ''nth of March
to the 20th of September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of W. M.
Read This !
Y7E WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
VV of 630 per week ard expenses, or
all w a commiss'on, to sell our new and
wo derlul inventions.
Ad ivss M.WAGNER .t CO., Manhalt,
Mich. Mav 2Sm2
r Y VIRTUE OF A WARR NT PLACED
1 in my hands for th- riurpose of collect
ing delinquent taxes, due to Claekamas
county, and to me directed, I will, on the
second day of July, A. D., 170, expose for
sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder,
tor U. S. gold coin in hand paid, the follow
ing tracts or parcels of land, or so much
thereof as is sullicient to pay the taxes due
thereon tor the year 18Gt), together with cost
Sah? to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. on said
day and continue from day to day until sold. I
Sale to take place in front of the Court!
House door, in O.-egon City, Clackamas
county, Oregon :
- ! ! s i.L" 1
;h U i
Altree, K S
Os lw 240 r,rn cr io sr
'is .le 270 '',75 lo So
Heirdsley, Ann, 23 5s lw loo 4Qo
Ravm, Lour, improvements 011
r.olon, J W, 17 3s lw
R:dwell(heirs of) :5s He
P.onton. V W '2s Se
Hurbank, J T,
('lagait, Chai, la 4c
Coffee, Andervin, is "e
(ail. icrtsoii, Andrew, Is 4e
Conoell, J O. 32 2s le
t;lark, H . 67 5. G
Delates. Jackson, 2.1 le
Duaton, T .1 L's 2e
Epperson, Joliiij :s le
. 200 4"0 117
Findlav, Dav d,:!.i 3s 2e
Fruit, "J as, 19 1,2
Garrett. I W 20 "s Iff
Glover, E, imr. on pub lanus
Gardner, George, sec 11, 2:5, 20
2s :5e T,)'J 470
Glannin.T, 1 .".s le 320 4)0
Giuber, John. lr3 2s 2e 4 4oU
4 13 mill l,Lf;0
Gist. JaslI, 0 2,7 2o0
Htmhes,llaeh;iel.20 .ts lw ISO :m0
Ilaiiirave, S A, 2d 5s lel'e) 2o1
Harroll. R Mrs, 4 2i le ltio 4no 400
Howe, James, 11 2s
Hamilton, Wm, 2s
2e loo too 150 2 40
le 32'j 1,000 lG.oo
Henrv. Ii W (Oswego)
1 3' 50
Ilalpinc, Jamc-, (Oswego)
1 8 400
Jackson, Francis (estate of)
So os 2e 321 ,r00
Job.Samud 5s lc 322 4n0
Jones, L icinda, 4s le J Go 2"0
.lack-on, W E. 0 os 2e 200 3.10
Kellogg.ML Mrs.OG Is le 3 1-2 400 425
sec 32. 26 3s 2e 320 G00
Lafer. A, 1 f.s lw 100 ))
Lavery, V m (Oswesro)
B o sec 17 811 1 20
2s le 330 229
Lavery, J K, 20 2s le 70 140
Larkins, James, imp public lands
Lewis, W II. 23 2s le 1SO2G0
Moshburger.Chas 4 ."s le SO 2"0 102
Morgan. Mary, 3G 4s lw So 400
Markham, Mrs, 20,
21, 23. 29 2s He l-'O 200
McCraken. John, 3s 3e 1 GO 300
Moff ttt, J is, 27,23 2s 2e 4G0 looQ
M ore, Henrv. 32 2s le '."2 200
Munsev. I V", 3s 2e IGo 2o0
I'ed'ge, J H, 21,23 2s 3e 2o0 400 4lG
Bollock, S L
3 1 7, S f.00"
Reynolds, N H. 23 3s c 1C0 200
ffobins n.R Mrs2o2s lw 230 f 0
Russell, AV. mp public land ;V
Kiley, Joseph :?s le IP 2 0
Riirgs. F M. 2 4s ie 80 3 o 327
Smcer. Alt red M 22 fs le 1G 2."o :!2'j
5 2 ,
Sjiicer, Nancy A 22 5s le I GO 250 305
Shepperd. J B, 33 5s le SO 50
Som it-rs. Geo, 20 4s le 120 3 0
S -nit A imp cn pubi c Imd 2'0 371
Sanders. W H " 371
Snuliius, Ii F, one mill .
12 3s ?,e I GO 1000 CIS 10
Sommers, C A, sees 21, 22. 27, 2S
2s 3e l-'0 1 0 110
Silver,C S ses 12,13 3s 3e 320 500
Tinslev, W T 11.12 Ss le 160 W) HO
Taxlof, GW, 25 lw
30 4s le lGf) 55
Tucker, J F,imp cu pub land- 134
TartMnt, S. " " SO
Vinson. J. S. 32 4s le 220 50O
- P 92
Weddle, Elijah, 2 Gs le 100 550 6S0 12 03
Wilson, Robert, cne mill
17 2s 5e 1C0 500 1450 24 20
Wavraan F, homestead, sec 43 t2s
secsS3.34 3s le 12 loO 133 2 15
Weeks. W W " 13, 10 3s lw37" l!0
Wes fall, C A, 8 3s lw SO K0
William, Samuel, Is 4e 10 t 2 0
Williams. SL l4el;o2. 0
Williams Simon, Is 4e 1 Go 350
Wilson, E A, n 2s le 170 200
Williamson, J 1,2
White & Rhoades
s le 100 150 2 40
3000 2700 4 3 20
14 7, 8 150 2 40
Sheriff Clackamas county.
Oregon City, Jun ?, 1S70.
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This valuable preparation, f n'aw in-i
in a highly co centrated form all the
pi operties r.f Jamaica 'Jinger.has beei me
one of the most popular dome-tic n me
dies for ah diseases of tte st -mach and
As a ionic, it will he f und invaluable
to all pers i s . ecovering fiom debility,
whether produced by fever or othei wise;
f r wlile i' imparts to the system ail the
gh-w and vigor th.it can be pi educed by
wine biandy. it s entirely free I'm in
ihe reactionary ellects that follow the
use ot s pi 1 its of any kind.
It is a'so an execib nt remedy for
females who sutler from difficult men
struation, giving aim-st. im cdiatc f -lief
to the si asm- that so frequently ac
company that period.
It -zives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by ridii g in a railroad car, or Ly
sea s.ckoess, O' other causes.
It is also vtilua' le as an external ep
pli-aton for Goitt, Lheumatis;m, Neu
IllCll.t;Tt.V, HOSTETTEU & C O.,
410 and lis Front street, San Francisco.
A E THE Pl-RFE' TLY" PURE AND
highly c ncer.t rati-d Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepar. d with great are.
Thev ere put up in superior style, and
.in a bottle b. Ming TWICE ASMUCH
as the ordinary brai ds of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are nc.i 1 1 so cheap.
Win-never testedon their merits, they
have been ad pted ;n preference to ;)!
othei s, and aiv now the IAMAK1
FLAVORING EXTRACTS 0! the Pacific
MA R K TUE A I) VA NT A G ES,
I'y purchasing Rt dingtmi's C n ci
trate I Flavoring ExtFact-, yom btiin an
article not only si.peiioi io richi ess and
delie.ic ot flavor to a y o her of a simi
lar 11 .tore, but far moie economical, be
cause e. cii b tile i Ids d i;bi the
quantity contained in a bottle of ,.!iy
other flavoring extract sold.
HEU.i,XO.V, ISv?iTl; i Tt:u & CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coa.-t.
Would von escape FEVER AND GUB,
and preserve be dth ;iini v gor duriuti'the
s ck'v -eaoti, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT VCKED with Chills
and I5iliou ! ever, or hu e b e-i a vi tim
to se.ch disesise a i used o her ?o-c;d led
remedies wi bout permanent, relief, .se--k
at i.n.e t e safe-t au i su e.t
CUR K h
by using, according to directions
MASOM & POLLARD'S
rr' , 1 t. K nil'. i,..'
proved them thor.'Ug':! to be the s 1 est
and most relia'd re i.edy known. Thev
cont;iin no mercury 01 t. er mineral r
cne i.ic.d. '1 h y are cxi-insi vely veje
tabiei Th-' y stimulate the fun tio s of
t e;;vcr. Conge-tion ismipo-sibb wh re
the iiti ustd. They do n .; Oeter fro.n
diiilv lab..r. by a Fisting d; e-tion tf ey
add lb sh and tnu clelo the f. aire. They
arc a la 1 'ted to ail agts and both sexes,
aid as a
Will CURE in their ineipieney, three
fourths ot all d seases im-idental to a
mala: ious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small dose-i t; ey have uoeq ial.
For sale by al. Drnggi-ts.
HEDISUTOX, HOi5lXTTEK& CO. 4
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
heattii and disease, has; iit-ver received
from any medicine such marked and un
mistakable assi-ta;ice, on the side of
health, as it has fiom
PSewei3,s Pulmonary Syrup
KEDISCTO?, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
416 and 41 S Fi cut streety San rranciseo.
N3. 121 FHONT STREET,
Alio lies' fepriiig'
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
rpHIS IS TPE SECOND FULL AND AS
1 sorted stock received this spring.
We bear leave to assure our customers that
we will keep our store
And our G? ods shall be of
riEST QUALITY in the MAEKET.
Tvose uho have not heretofore dealt with
1:3 -. re r-sp . ttuiiy inv lttd to ca.J and tx
an me 111 goods.
We cliai lenirf competition in prices, a
soi tun nt und quality
1ST MEW YORK
AT SEVEN DOLLARS,
Vsaf 4K ifi' C-M Z'iiX LVit !aem
Were received by
T. C. Mcussflortfer & Ero.
To the FARMERS, BUTCIIEr.3
D. TfiBTZOER & CcJ.
Portland, Oregon, coiner Front and Salmon
Streets, opp site the old Court II;uSe,
a.e buying all the
TAILS AND MANES OF HORSES,
TEE TAIL OF CO WS,
AND ALL THE II AIR OF EGGS,
And are paying a LTPF.HAI, Pi ire. (3P.S
TN ihe mafer ot the estate of damps Mc
X Laugbii! deceased. In t! e C unty Court
of ( lackumas 1 oiiiity St -te t Oregon
Notic- is herein giV n ilu.t Jas. M. Moore,
the Adtrdnist: at -r of the st;tte of J iiit
Mi l.anghli , deCi as d, ha- rende.ed lor
scttieme;.t, and lil d in s.io Court, bis fin a'
sicfcoiint of his Ados hist i a loii ol the i-st.ite
of said deceased; and that
Tuisday, tie F'f.h Mh) day of July,
A. D. lS70.bc ! g a dav of a regidar term ol
said Court to-wit: 0 the July tern;,
A. D. ls7o, has bi en riuh aj po nteO b the
said Couit. for the bearing ol objections to
such final acoi nt.a- 0 the scttleii e t thereof.
llv order of said Court. A test :
J. M. Fl.'AZER, Cou .ly Clerk,
.Vay 7, 15?o:-r)t
Notice of Final Settlement.
X -tate o
TIIE COUNTY CO CRT OF ill E
f regoti for the c-i;iity oi
Clackamas: In t ne mat t r ot t lie estate or
James L. Loring. dei erised.
When as. W. W. haiiman, Administrator
of ihe said c tate l as t! is 7 h a f Jun
l7o. fihd bi tb al ai count, asking fina s-t
th uio:i! o! the -am-:. 'Ihcre'oie any a d ail
ersons i'it' r:- 'cd in said estate are lr n b
iiotitie.i to be and appear 1- th said Co rt
1,11 'i o sday, tht ,th day -f J ul v, tS7) at
lo "ch(c!, A M., at the Court lloune. in sa d
Coiintv to make ol ji'C ions .f any '.here t e
to said final ai count ami sett etnent. By
order of W. T. M A i LOCK,
unty J u dee:
W. W. Chapnia", Administrator of ;he
est ite o! Jami s L. Loring. lc-cea?,ed.
Jum- 7th, lS7":5t
! TX I
i X Jel
N THE MATTl R OF THE IT TE OF
in lbik r, deceased: In tie oiintv
Ci o.i t of t laeham is cou t , Mat? of Oreg n,
T. e iidininisti ator of fjiid Estate having
(ded Ins Ii .a! acc- not fr sfttth-meut thereof,
t was oidiledby the Court, that Tmsda,
,the 5 day o: Ju y, 1S7, be et :!pai-t for hear
ing o'"jc ti..ns to s id tinal account iind'he
sett leuieiit of the same with said adm.nls
trator. Bv ordei of said Couit.
m J. M. FRAZER. ,
Ju 'C 11, 157o:iw
JPIN AL SETTLEMENT.
In the matter of ti e e-tafe of Her.rkiah
Johnson, dtceaed. In tht County Court of
flat kamas County. State ot Orrj.on.
W. C. John-' n, the executor of faid es
tate, having li ed his accoim s and vouchers
for final si Uleno nt theseof, th- County Court
of said county has app-iiited the hist dav of
the .July lenn. Is70, of said Court, for the
examination and e.djus nient of such ac
counis, and the Gn.d set lem nt of said
Jane 7, 1S70. 4t Executor.
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE
L is hereby given, that on the Sd day of
April 1st. there was left at our stable, in
Oregon Cny, Clnckumas county, one ei?ow
Or f L.V h:iiik colorpil nmrp, sma I size, atmllt
S or t" years old, branded on the riht hip.
lenhind loot white, saddle marked, wane
stitp m the lace ; ai-o an iu -biiddle.
Said mare was left w.t ,. .to be
Kept lor one ruiii., t i'li-j for
called for. If said mare i t
within ten days Horn the da e o ' ton oU.e.
she ill be ,o.d to t CO.
Oregon City, June 17, 1S70.
v- rt for nni nr-'Ct. and na
1 n 0 TION A XI) COMMISSION
A. 15. KjU;l&SB.ilSoii9
Corner of Front and Oak streets, r&rtltnd.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Uftrehan
disc cn3 HorSes,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. I. liicxiARDsoN, AuctioneeTi
AT PTilVACTE SAt.-fi.
English refined Bar and Dandle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes. Files, Rasps, saws; O
Screws, Fiy-pans, sheet iwn, R. G. iron ;
a t cn
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquor
A. 13. IIicIiShdsox, Auctioueef
STTLtj AT HTS OLD STAND,
CORNER F MAIN am JsIX'Ml STREETS
OREGON C.TY, OREGON.
TTHERE H E WOULD INVITE IllS
V tiit nds and the" public in general, to
i ll and examine his stocky consisting ot a
general assortoieut of
lisits t2il Caps,
1 2 'as dw sis c .
Having fi-oit many years' experience
TIIE SECliET OF SUCCESS
LIES III SKAIL "TPE. 0i"ITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER irECH INDUCEMENTS AS "WILL
S h me the Civ of Pordand Pi ices!
Oregon City, August LStu, 1SG9.
POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRONBRA
ZIE (tilTl'i:. LI AD P1PEHRO O
J'HE AND FITTINGS, RUBBER
HOSE. FOIiCE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assoitn.ent' of House Fur
M AN U FA CTUIitRS OF
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
Eron Ware. o
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCblPTlON DONE TO
OR I Eli, A5fD AT o
HAPDWAl E AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AM) 'I INW ABE, I ANTELNS,
LAMPS AM) OIL, I.UCINE AND
NI HT LAJlf. A LO
iTTaiiiT- . TT f- IWi
1 HiiAM 1,1 LjA iUli3Q
All of the ahove art.clcs are for sale
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. V. POFE S; CO.
31:ly Oregon Citj'Oregon.
jTEW COLUjIBIX HOTEL.
Cor. FRONT and .MORRISON Sts..
K3T The most ComOlatjle Hotel iu the
Cit v. Board and Lodging, from one to two
doll us pei da , ac- orditig to rooms occupied.
Free Coach to nnd from the house,
otf. E ) f i C.VIiXEY, Proprietor.
STEERS & HgfHSDE,
Wholesale Dealer in
F0BEIGN AKD DOMESTIC
"Wines, D ran dies, WJiisJcics, Etc.
No. 40, Front Stref.t, Tortlaxp, 0-REGts.
Consta' tly on band a genuine article of
C-.ttt-i Wh skv.
ISAAC FA BR.
T. D. MORRIS4
ARR & MORKISS,
FOR OREGON CITY AND VICINITY
Will deliver t heir patrons all the
leTt qualities of t-tall Fetk Beef, also Mntton,
Poi k, Poultry etc, as usual twice a week, on
TiiesfJti'jjx and Suivrdays !
Thankful 'or past fators of the public would
rcspi ciiully asks a continuance of the same
1 A Factory
FOR TIIE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLINDS AND CCGP.S,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES,
jar They will also do TURNING, of every
description to order, q
"With Neatness and Dispatch!
Furnitnre ttore at Wertheimer's stand.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Aekerman's
23.1yJ Store, Oregon City, Oregon-,
n -- &
. UNIVERSITY OF CALIF0PJJIA,