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The Weekly Enterprise.
4 DEMOCRATIC pAPFAl,
Business Man, the Farmer
And the FAMILY CIRCLE.
tSStJED EVERY SATURDAY EY
EDITOR AND PUBLISH ER.
(siiFICF Corner of Fiftu and Main streets
t)reSou City, Oregon.
TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION
&n"lc Copy one year, in advance,
TZKMS of ADVERTISING
tm-'it advertisements, including all
noticed, IV sq. of 12 lined, 1 v.$
For each subsequent insertion
Oaf Cuiuinn, one year
iaif " V.
ouirtcr " "
ii,iiiie3s Card, 1 sqnare one year.
ttW Remittance to be made at the risk o
Sabicribers, and at the expense of Agents.
BOO A' AND JOB PRINTING.
The Enterprise office is supplied with
I).' iMtifu!. approved styles of type, and mod-p-'ii
MACHINES 1'IiIvSLiISS. which will enable
the Proprietor to do Job Punting at all times
Neat, Quick and Cheap !
tjp" Worlc solicited.
U l:ti.i'.s transaction upon a Specie basis.
I AW PARTNERSHIP.
.VS. K. KELEY,
Itiwidcn-v, Columbia st
!ict. 2d and 3d sts.
j. rr. reed,
Resilience corner of
Columbia and 7th sts.
Jus. K. Kelly and J. 11. Reed, under the
lirni name of
KELLY & REED,
Will practice law in the Courts of Oregon"
Oiiiee on First street, near Alder, over the
r.e.v Tost utlke room, Portland. (iOtf
Attorney and Counselor at Law,'
O PORTLAND, OREGON.
Oilice Under the United States District
Court U m'.ii. Front street. 40tf
pAGE & Til A YET,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE In Cree's lltiilding, corner of
Fiont and Stark streets, Portland. S'iitf
J. F. CAPI.K. J. C. MOUELAXD.
CAP.'.ES & MORELAND,
A TQ11NEYS AT LAW,
Cur. FRONT and WASHINGTON Sis.,
O POUT LA NO, OPvEGON.
7?rGEXE A. CliONIX,
J ATTOllXEY A T LA W,
Room 7 and H Carter's Block,
4'. PORTLAND, ORECON.
w. p. OSS, 31. IX,
Physician and Surseoa,
"'-"Oil'iee on Mam h'tieet, opposite Jlason
ic ILt.'l, Oregon City. 1-jtf
J J SAFFAKKAXS,
Physician and Surgeon,
"Ofiiee a (Phis ,J)ni2 Mtore, near Post
Oivjron City, Oregon. 13tt
lnu;neidlj Located at Oregon City, Oregon
ROOMS Willi Dr. SafTarrans. on Main st.
y.ii. WATKIXS, m. d.,
g SURGEON. ronTLAXD, Okhgch.
OrriCE Odd Fellows' Temple, corner
First and Vlder streets Residence corner of
M On and Seventh streets.
Attorney and Cotinsslor at Law,
PilUCTOIl A?.'D SOLICITOR.
Practices in State and U. S. Ccurts.
OJhe X. 108 Front Street, Portland, Oregon,
Mte McCorniick's Rook Store.
W. F. KIGHFIELD,
E -t ();.-))p,J since 1340. at the old stand,
Miin Street, Oregon, City, Oregon.
An Assortment of Watches, Jew
elry, and Scth Thomas' weight
Clocks, all of which are warranted
to be as represented.
Repairings done on short notice,
inJ thankful for past favors.
5 All orders for the delivery of merchan-
e or packages and freight of whatever des
iiitv.,,. to any part of the city, will be exe
c '-e l promptly and with care.
JyHW YOPJv HOTEL,
V i-v (DoHtf-'hes Oafthaus,)
o. i, iront Street, opposite the Mail sieam
sliip landing, Portland. Oregon.
"H. ILOTHTOS, J. J. WILKENS,
P ROP RIETORS.
r'0r,J rZr Woek 50
'" with lodjrinsj 6 0i
Dy 1 oo
Savier, LaHoque & Co.,
Bran nn.l l'h;,l-a v.0.l TVl ....
V.MValllt) ,,,, CtillT. ui'Ul
PWchlug fced mtfnVr ;h t.r
"Live and Let Live."
JfTELDS & STTjTcKLEB,
COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ac,
CHOICE WIXES AM) LIQUORS.
57At the old stand of Wortrnan & Field
Oregon Cit; , Oregon. i3tf
JOIIX II. SCIIRA3L
Manufacturer and Dealer in
JMain Street, Oregon City,
Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment m the State. lie
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
GEO. NOAII. JAMES MORlitSON.
Formerly ficsj Columbian,
Corner Front and Jlorrison Streets,
NOAH & MORRISON,
Free Coacli in r. ml ficm lie House.
July lGth tf
HENRY II UMBEL.,
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good 03 can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly liiled
Patronize Homo Industry.
THE FIOIJIIER CURLED HAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE
market with a No. 1 article of Curled
lla:r for Upholstery work, which, will can
pare with any imported article In quality or
I pay the highest price for Maries and
Tails of Horn's and Tails of Cows at my
store, corner Front and Salmon streets.
JOIIX A I. BACOX,
. Importer and Dealer in .
ZEIS CEE XTS g
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, &c, Ac,
Oregon City, Oregon.
At Charma I Vomer' old xta n,d, lately oc
cupied by S. Ackeriaan, Main street.
STEERS & HSNDS9
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Mines, Drcui'lies, WhlsJcics,
No. 40, Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
Constantly on hand a genuine article of
HOW'S TH!SF0n IH8H?
Having thoroughly reconstructed inside and
out, Loeu.-.' building, formerly occupied by
Chas. Freidenrich, has opened the same,
where the best of
Wine, JJcer and Ciytirs,
can be h;d. A share of public patronage is
CU AS. HODGE. .CIIAS. E. CALEF. .GEO. W. SXELL.
KOSaS, CALEF Si Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WtXDOW GLASS,
varnishes, brushes, painters
Hdtcriatf, ana LtrvggisW Sundries.
07 Front Street,
53 Portland, Oregon.
Tlie " 5'iiin Killer,'"
After thirty years trial, is still receiving the
most unqualified testimonials to its virtues,
from persons of the highest character and
responsibility. Physicians of the tirst re
spectabdity recommend it as a most effectual
preparation for the extinction of paui. It is
not only the bc.t remedy ever known for
Brui-es, Cuts, Burns, tte., but for Dysentery
or Cholera, or any sort of bowel complaint,
it is a remedy unsurpassed for efficiency and
rapidity of action. In the gr-at cities of Iu
dia and other hot climates, it has become the
Standard Medicine for all such complaiuts,
as well as for Dyspepsia. Liver Complaints,
and other kindred disorders, for Oouirhs
iiiu Colas, Canker, Asthma, and Rheumatic
ditliculties, it has been proved bv the most
I abundant and convincing testimony, to be
' i . . : .1...V .1 , . t-.-
uu .n v ... . au.e meo icine. i;irecuon3 acecmi
iy each bottle. Sold bv all Diu-gists..
, i'llco z0 tta.f 5o cts., aud $1 per buttle.
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OREGON CITY, OREGON,' FRIDAY,
,iin.nn.jn.imi.i;,iiiijini WIIJ..U,.' Jill.
A Bill to Constrnct Lock
dnced the folio wins bill
House on the 20th inst:
A bill to aid in the construction
of a steamboat canal and locks
at the Wilamette Falls .at Oregon
city, in the Willamette river,
and to appropriate funds there
for. Wiikreas, The People's Trans
portation Company is a corpora
tion duly incorporated under the
general incorporation laws of the
State of Oregon, for the purpose
of transporting freight and passen
gers on the waters of the Willam
ette" and Columbia rivers, and their
tributaries, and all necessary port
ages; and whereas,
It is of great importance to the
people of Oregon that the obstruc
tion to the free navigation of the
Willamette, river at the Falls of
the same at Oregon City be re
moved, and the transportation of
passengers and freight greatly fa
cilitated ; therefore,
Be it enacted by the Legislative
Assembly of the State of Oregon.
SiX'Tiox 1. That the State of
Oregon hereby pledges its faith to
pay to the said People's Transpor
tation Company aforesaid, the sum
one hundred and twenty-live thou
sand dollars in gold coin, as here
inafter set forth, out of the funds
donated by the United States to
the State of Oregon for the pur
poses of internal improvements.
Sec. 2. In order to entitle the
said corporation to receive the
sum of money hereby agreed to be
paid, it shall be the duty of said
corporation to construct a canal,
locks or works on the cast side of
the Willamette river at' Oregon
City, either with inclined planes,
or oincrwise, at tno discretion ot
such corporation, provided said
locks shall be not less than one
hundred and eighty feet in length
and thirty live feet' in width, and
to be constructed of stone, cement,
iron .and wood, and built in .a dur
able and permanent manner. Such
canal, locks or works, whether on
the inclined plane system or other
wise, to he suhicient to pass boats
to and fiom the Upper and Lower
Willamette river, and after the
completion of the same, the said
corporation sliali'pass without de-
lav through said canal locks or
work, all steamboats, flat boats or
other water craft, in the order in
which they shall arrive at either
terminus of said works.
Sec. The State of Oregon
agrees to pay the said sum of mon-
, upon the express condition
that the said corporation, after the
completion of the said canal and
locks, or inclined plane, as herein
before set forth, shall not, for a
period of ten years after the same
is completed, charge a greater rate
of tolls than twenty cents per ton,
registered tonnage, lor each steam
boat or other water craft going
through said canal, locks or works;
and after the expiration of ten
years, the said corporation shall
not charge a greater rate of tolls
than fifteen cents per ton registered
tonnage for each steamboat or oth
er water craft going through said
canal, locks or works; and at the
expiration of twenty years from
the time said canal, tocks or works
are completed, the St.ate of Oregon
shall have the privilege to take and
appropriate to its own use forever
the said canal, locks or works, up
on the payment to the said corpo
ration the actual value thereot at
the time of taking and appropria
ting the same, winch value shall be
ascertained in such manner as the
Legislative Assembly of Oregon
may hereafter prescribe.
Sec. 4. 1 he aid hereinbefore
provided shall be paid to said cor
poration in the manner as follows:
When said corporation shall ex
pend the sum of twenty thousand
dollars toward the construction of
said canal, locks or works, then the
State shall pay to said corporation
fifty per cent of the amount ex
pended, shall be paid annually,
provided that the aid furnished by
the State shall, in no one year, ex
ceed the sum of thirty thousand
dollars; and the said several sums
of money shall be paid out of the
fund arising from the five per cent,
of the net" proceeds of the sales
of the public lands of the United
States lying within this State; or,
in case' the same sh.all be insuffi
cient to pay the said sums as they
become due, then the same shall
be paid out of the interest on the
fund arising out of the sale of the
five hundred thousand acres of
land donated to the State of Ore
gon for the purposes of interna-
improvements by the act of Con
gress, entitled "An act to approl
priate the proceeds of the sales of
the public Lands, and to grant pre
emption rights," approved Sept.
4, 1841 ; or, in case the interest on
the said fund shall be insunicient
to pay the said sums of money
specified in this Act, then the same
shall be paid in part out of the
principal of the said fund; and in
the event that there should be in
sufficient money in any of the
funds aforesaid to meet any such
amount when the same is due, then
warrants shall be issued for such
amount by the Secretary of State
in favor ot said corporation, which
warrant shall be drawn on the
State Treasury, and shall bear in
terest from date of presentation
to the State Treasurer, at the rate
of ten per cent, per annum in gold
Sec. 5. The faith of the State
of Oregon is hereby pledged for
the payment of the sums of money
to the said corporation, as herein
before set forth in this Act, on the
express condition that the said
corporation shall construct the said
canal, locks or works, in the man
ner nereinbeiore provided, and
shall not charge a greater rate of
tolls than is herein set forth ; and
it is further provided, that the pay
ment of said several sums of
money shall be made upon the ex
press condition that the said cor
poration shalll pay to the State of
Oregon five per cent, of the net
profits arising from tolls collected
for passing steamboats and other
water craft through said canal,
locks or works, for the period of
twenty years from the time of the
completion of said works.
Sec, 0. The said corporation,
to entitle it to the benefits of this
Act, shall commence- the construc
tion of said canal, locks or works,
on or before June 1, 1871, and
within one year from that date, ex
pend the sum of twenty thousand
dollars toward the construction
thereof; .and within two years from
said date, shall expend the fur
ther sum of twenty thousand dol
lars and the whole of said work
shall be completed and ready for
the passage of steamboats or other
water cratt,within three years irom
the commencement thereof; and if
any of the conditions or require
ments in this section set forth shall
not be fulfilled in good faith, all
privileges, immunities and
aid herein granted said company
shall be forfeited to the State.
Sec. 7. "There shall be appoint
ed by the Govcrncr of the State
three disinterested persons, whose
duty it shall be to examine said
work each year; .also, the books,
receipts and expenditures made on
account thereof by said corpora
tion, and report to the Governor
in writing and if it shall appear
that the said corporation have
complied with the requirements of
section G of this Act, then the Sec
retary of State shall draw his war
rant "on the Treasury in favor of
said company for the amount found
due; and if said conditions are
complied with, it shall be the duty
of the Governor immediately to
declare by proclamation all the
rights, privileges and aid herein
granted' to be forfeited to the
Sec. 8. The words canal, locks
or works in this Act, whenever
used, shall be held to include and
mean works of any description,
whether inclined planes or other
sufficient structure whereby boats
of the description aforesaid may be
passed through np and down.
Sec. 9. Said corporation shall
signify their acceptance of the
provisions of this Act by written
notice to the Governor, under the
corporate seal of said corporation ;
and upon filing such acceptance,
the Governor shall require of said
corporation bonds in the penal sum
of two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars, United States coin, condi
tioned: that the works herein pro
vided for shall be commenced,
completed and kept in repair; and
all moneys due the State oy virtue
of the- provisions of section 5 of
this Act be paid into the Treasury
quarterly; and upon any failure in
whole or in part of said corpora
tion to comply with the provisions
of this Act, such corporation shall
forfeit to the State all rights, priv
ileges and immunities conferred by
this Act and in such event, shall
refund to the State all moneys re
ceived by virtue thereof, together
with ten per cent, interest thereon
from time of receiving the same.
"See here Mister," said a lad of
several summers, who was driven
up a vice by a ferocious dog, " if
you don't take that dog away, I'll
eat up all your apples."
A Bill to Constrnct Locks.
Hon. B. II. Burch, of Polk, in
troduced the following bill in the
Senate, en the 20th inst :
To amend an Act entitled "An
act to appropopriate funds for
the construction of a Steam
Boat Canal at the Willamette
Falls." Approved October 20,
no:- 1. That "section 2"
of said act bo amended to read
In order to entitle the said cor
poration to receive the sum of
money hereby agreed to be paid,
it shall bo the duty of the said
corporation to construct a Canal
and Locks at and on the west side
of the Willamette Falls. The
said Locks to be not less than one
hundred and sixty feet in length
and forty feet in width, and to be
constructed chiefly of stone, ce
ment and iron, and otherwise built
in .a durable and permanent man
ner. The said Canal and Locks to
be Completed on or before January
1st, 1873. And after the comple
tion of the same, the said corpo
ration shall pass without delay
thorough said Canal and Locks, ail
steamboats, flat boats, barges and
other water crait, m the
which they shall arrive at either
terminus of said Canal.
Sec. 2. That "sect ion 4" of said
act, 'be amended to read as follows :
That within ninety days after
the approval of this Act, the "Wil
lamett Falls Canal and Lock Com
pany" shall execute and deliver to
the Secretary of State,. a good and
sufficient bond with sureties paya
ble to the stiite of Oregon in the
sum of three hundred thousand
dollars. Said bond to be approved
by the Governor of this State;
conditioned, That said Company
shall on or before the first day of
January, 1873, construct and com
plete said Canal and Locks in ac
cordance with the provisions of
this Act. when the Governor and
Secretary of State shall issue and
deliver "to the said Willamette
Falls Canal and Lock Company,
gold bonds of the Statoof Oregon,
for the sum of two hundred thou
sand dollars in bonds of five hun
dred dollars each, payable to said
Canal and Lock Company, or its
legal assigns in ten years or sooner,
at the option of the State, bearing
interest at the rate of seven per
cent, per annum, payable semi
annually in gold. Principal and
interest of said bonds shall be
paid out of the funds arising from
the five per cent, of the net pro
ceeds of the sale of public lands
of the United States lying within
this State, or out of the sale of the
five hundred thousand acres of
land donated to the State of Ore
gon bv act of Congress for the
purpose of internal improvement,
or from both of said funds.
Sec. 3. That "section 5" of:
said Act be amended to read as
The faith of the State of Oregon
i hereby pledged for the payment
of said bonds by this Act author
ized to be issued, upon the express
condition that said corporation
sffall construct said Canal and
Locks in the manner before pro
vided in this Act, and not charge
a greater rate of tolls than is here
in set forth. And it is further
provided that the issuance and pay
ment of said bonds shalMe made
upon the express condition, that
said corporation shall pay to the
State ot Oregon ten per cent, oi
the net profits arising from the
tolls collected for passing freight
and passengers through said Canal
and Locks for the period of ten
vears from the time of the comple
tion' thereof, and five per cent, of
said net profits, after the expira
tion of said period of ten years.
Sec. 4. That "sectjon 7" of
said Act be amended to read as
The said Canal and Lock Com
pany shall 1)0 required to fully
complete said Canal and Locks
acording to the requirements of
this Act, on or before the first day
ef January 1873. And if the
above condition is not complied
with, the bond required by this
Act to be given by said company
to the Stjite of Oregon shall be
deemed to be forfeited and broken,
and all the rights given said com
pany by the State under this Act,
shall be deemed forfeited.
Sec. 5. That "section 8" of
said Act be amended, to read as
On the completion of said Canal
and Locks, the Governor shall ap
point three Commissioners to ex
amine the works and report there
on, and if from the report of the
Commissioners, of a majority of
the commissioners, of a majority
of them, the works are completed
as hereinbefore specified, then said
company shall be discharged from
any liability on its bond executed
to the State.
. Sec. G. The act to which this
is amendatory is hereby continued
in force the same as if all the re
quirements therein had been fully
complied with by the said Willam
ette r ads Canal and Lock Com
A Bill for the Reduction of Feos,
Mr. Thompson of Clackamas,
introduced the following bill in the
Senate, Sept. 10:
A bill to amend chapter 18, of the
General Laws Concerning Fees
Jjc it enacted by the Legislative
Assembly of the State of Oregon :
Sectiox 1, That section' 2 of
chapter 18 of the general laws
compiled by 31. 1. Deady be and
the same is hereby repealed, and
the following enacted instead
Sec. 2. The fees of the county
clerk shall be as fellows:
For issuing any writ, order or
process, except a subpoena, fifty
For issuing a subpoena, twenty
For entering any judgment,
order, decree, for each folio, twenty
For each folio of any journal
entry or final record, twenty cents.
For taking an affidavit, "includ
ing the administration of the oath,
For swearing a witness, ten
For taking and approving an
undertaking or bond in any "case,
For making and
ment roll, twentv-five cents
For making copies of journal
entries for judgment roll, for each
folio, fifteen cents.
For docketing judgment docket,
twenty five cents.
For making copies of any re
cord or file, for each folio, fifteen
For official certificates, with
out seal, twenty-five cents.
For official certificate, with seal,
For issiuing commission to take
testimony, twenty-five cents.
For taking depositions, for each
folio, fifteen cents.
For taxing costs and disburse
ments, twent3'-five cents.
For docketing cause, swearing
juiy, calling jury, receiving ver
dicts, -and other h;e services on
the trial of an action, suit, or jiro
ceeding, not herein otherwise enumerated,-to
be paid by the plain
till one dollar.
For issuing letters testamentary,
of administration, or gurdianship,
For recording any judgment,
orucr, decree, bill appointment oT
an executor, administrator, or
guardian, for each folio, twenty
For recording the appointment
of an admeasurer of dower, twen-
For making and keeping a re
cord of the accounting and distrib
ution in relation to any estate, fifty
For making all indexes in rela
tion to an estate, fifty cents.
For making and keeping a reg
ister in relation to an estate, fifty
For filing and making a certified
copy of a declaration to become a
citizen of the United States, one
For entering judgment of ad
mission of an alien to citizenship,
and making a certified copy there
of, two dollars.
For making blank assessment or
census roll for the county assessor,
for each quire such roll may con
tain, four dollars.
For making tax roll and extend
ing thereon the rates levied by the
county court, for each folio, fifteen
drawn on the county treasurer, ten
For making out exibit of tlu?
receipts raid expenditures of the
county, for each folio, twenty
For making out an appointment
in pursuance of an order of the
county court, twenty-five cents.
For each certificate of election,
to be paid by the person receiving
the same, fifty cents. "
For each election notice required
by law, twenty-five cents.
1 or issuing any license required
.w , one uoiir
For making and depositing in
jury box, the ballots containing
the names of the persons on jury
list, and drawing and making'
panel of jurois for any term of
the circuit court, one dollar.
For drawing and making such
pannel for any term of the county
court, fifty cents.
For entering in the journal the
proceedings of the county court
when transacting countybusin'ess',
for each folio, fifteen cents.
Fo r m ak i n g a n d filing .a list o i?
jurors who have been returned to5
any court with an account ot thv
mileage and per diem, one dollar.
For opening and canvassing
election returns and making ah-'
stract of the votes for each election,
three dollars. O
For receiving, keeping, and dis
bursing money, on the first five
hundred dollars, one per cent, on
the second five hundred dollars,
one half of one per cent.; on they
third five hundred dollars, one"
fourth of one per cent.
lor taking ami certifying and
acknowledging a deed, or other in
strument, one dollar.
For recording any deed,' declaj
ration, contract, or other private'
writing, required by law to be re-"
corded, for each folio, twenty
For making a copy of any rec
ord, for each folio, twenty cents.
For making and issuingCn, mar
riage license, making memorandum
thereof, and recording marriage
certificate, two dollars.
For filing or making entry, when
required by lav,', of any articles of
incorporation, or chattel mort
gages, fifty cents.
For each day's attendance on
the circuit and county courts, three
Sec. 3. The fees of the sheriff
shall be as follows:
For serving any writ for the en
forcement of a decree, fifty cents.-
For the service of any summons,
subpoena, notice, or order, on each
person served, twenty-live cents.
For executing any provisional
remedy, fifty cents.
For serving any bench warrant
or warrant of assest, two dollars.
Fer committing a person to
prison, or discharging therefrom,
or attending a person in custody
before a court or judge, fifty cent?.-
For taking an inquest by a jury
for the trial of the right of prop
erty, two dollars.
For taking and approving any'
undertaking or bond, seventy-five
For making and delivering a
copy of any process, and a notice
necessary to complete he service
thereof, for each folio, twenty
For summoning any panel of
jurors for the circuit court, to be
paid by the county, ten dollars
for summoning each panel for the'
county court, six dollars.
For summoning any other jury'
required by law, four dollars.
For calling a person from the
bjrstandcrs to serve as a juror
For all money actually made on
any process and returned to the
clerk, under one thonsand dollar's.
two per centum; on all sums of
money over one thousand dollars,
ane and one-half per centum.
3Iaking a conveyance of real
property sold on any process, to
be paid by the grantee, three dol
lars. 3 Lalcing .a certificate of sale of
real property, fifty cents.
3Iaking bill of sale of personal
property when required or de-
inanded, to be pairt. fy the pur
chaser, one dollar.
For posting notice of any elec
tion, to be" paid by the county,
Serving notice on each judge of
election, to be paid by the county,'
For executing a sentence of
death, fifty dollars.
For serving a writ with the
power of the comity, three dollars.
For each day's attendance on
the circuit or county court, three
For conveying a convict to the
penitentiary, and delivering him
to the projKir officers thereof, three
dollars per day, besides mileage
for hitriself and the necessary ex
penses incurred in guarding such
convict during such conveyance,
to be paid out of the State treas
ury For any seivice that may be
rendered by a constable, the same
fees that are allowed a constable.
The mileage for any service by
sheriffs shall in all cases, bo com-
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