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EEI)C iDcekhj 'Enterprise.
Y HID AY, : : : MARCH 22. S72.
TOWN AND tOtSTV.
The Enterprise for tie Campaign
We will furnish the EsTKKrmsK to clubs
cf five subscribers and upward, for fifty
cents, commencing witb the issue the
ICth of March, and ending with the issue
of June 7ib. which will contain the elec
tion returne. We hope that Democrats
w ill See to it that tins pap n the hand9
of every voter in the county. Who will
lend us the first list?
rr.iMAHY Convention.-l'ursnant tono
lice, the Democracy of Oregon City pre
cinct met atlhe Court House last Satur
Hay, and organized by calling Col. W, L.
White io the Chair. and. electing A. olt
her Secretary. After a few preliminary
remarks Uv the Chairman, the meeting
proceeded" to banot for eight delegates to
the County Convention, which resulted in
ibe. selection of the following gentlemen :
U Straight, S. Ilnelat, John Myers. Keu
u Smith J. Dickens, Joseph A. Fields.
IV. Safl'arraiis. Col. W. L. White.
The rllowin,' are the delegates from
he var'.ons precincis as they have been
reported to us, and we presume the list is
Ilardings W. W. Strickland, Mark
Young's S. Ranney. F. I- oster. Joseph
Heaver C. F. Deattie, P. S. Noyer, II.
Upper Molalla W. II. Vaughn, G.
Dougherty. J. Hamilton.
Can-mah A. F. Hedges. Wm. Ganong.
Lower Molalla W. M. McCown, Chas.
is'ublett. Isaac Clow-er.
Cascade F. Revenue. Thos. Comm.
Kock Creek W. V. Cook, 15. F. Green
Well, A. M. I.ovelac.
Cutting's J It. Strickland, II. C. R'ngo,
D. Wright. Chas Cutting.
Marshfield N. U. Markwood, Douglu3
Oswego A. II. Shipley. J. W Cain.
Springwater II B LueU'mg, John En
tiling, W. Strickland.
Union F. Muck, K. M. Brackett, R. Ir
Vin. Marquam's Lucien Ogle, James Muse,
. Kaler. W. U. Barclay.
Tualatin C. D. Tinner. Win. Evans.
We have received no reports Irom Mil
waukie and Pleasant Hill.
An Attemitko EsoaI'k (?). A man who
was confined in our city jail for some tu
ning olfense. was taken out last Saturday
by the jailor to take wood into the pibon.
Ttie juilor assisted him by taking an arm
full lo his arm lull. The prisoner allowed
the young ami sprightly jailor to get the
utari of liirn and gel his arm lull first, and
when he started with it into ilie jail, tbe
prisoner started oil" in a hurry. Tlie jailor
started after libit and by good and sub
stantial yelling, succeeded in getting him
(topped by a couple of men who headed
hitu off in the cut near the Congregational
church. Now the j ulor is extremely loyal
mid a righteous citizen, and we give the
following as it comes to us, and ive may
mate it comes in a maimer we are willing
to vouch tor its authenticity. The prison
er addressed the jailor in this wise : "Your
are a nice old man ; you told me to run
when I got a chance, ami then you was
mean enough to run after me aud bring
me back, when you agreed to let me go if
1 would run off and not come back.'7 We
hear that this is a practice with certain
parties. II a man should happen to be
a Democrat, and he is likely to be here on
election day, these city officers tell them
to -run" and never come back. If this is
hot playing the game low down we would
like to hear who can beat it. We believe
that is "high' If the fellow who attempt
ed his escape last Saturday had only cried
out "MnaU-pox." his persner would have
been on In Iarui again before daylight on
the toilowing morning. He is a brave old
win, but can't face the small pox.
i n k rt -a i.. Immediately after Clifford
Jones fell over the basin last week, a sub
scription paper wa!5 circulated among his
fellew boat haeds, and we are informed
Over $1"'J was 'contributed in less than a
half hour. This shows that the heart of
the labeling man is always in the right
place, aud their hands always open for
the relief of tile deserving. We are in
jormed that Mr. Jones' condition is yet
critical, and that it will be a loug time, if
ever, before he will be able to go to work
The steamer K. N. Cooke did not return
to Oregon City until yesterday afternoon.
Detained till fate Saturday evening ferry
ing flour tj the Ajax. (Jrejoe.an.
9 This in about as correct as the general
items in the l'ortlaud papers from this
place. The Cooke did come up as usual
on Saturday afternoon and put on a load
rt freight and returned that evening io
Poi Hand, coming back liere On Sunday
Personal. We received calls dur
ing the tail week Irom Messrs J. C. More
land, U. E. Ilicks, Chas Goldstein and E.
St. John, and H. L. I'ittock, all of Fort
land. We like to have our friends give
us a call when they visit our town.
In Town. Among I he strangers from
abroad in town this week we noticed, W;
S. Ladd. E-q.. Judge Strong. Judge Iiro
nough, Hon. J. II. Mitchell. B. Killin. Esq.
Prosecuting Attorney Gibbs, M. F. Mulk
ey, Esq., Theodore Hurniesler. Esq.
The Jurors who are in town attending
Court do not appreciate Judge Upton's
plan of adjourning Court every day in
time to go to Portland on the 2:40 train.
Taey rould like to gt home to attend to
plowing. The Judge probably cafes but
little for their interests.
Error. In our report of the apportion
ment of school money for this cCtmty, we
Hated that the sum of $0 o. in currency
apportioned to each scholar. It j
stn.iifa nave been four cents and five
FfvR Weather. The weather has been
beautiful during the past week and we
ire now enjoying a most delightful spring.
People hare commenced making garden.
nd the" trees are beginning to put forth
their buds. When the weather is pleasant
in Oregon, it beats the world.
Departs. In consequence of the contin
ued ill-health of Rev. Mr. Hines. Method
ist preacher at this place, he has" been
compelled to give up his charge, and we
are informed th-.it he proposes to go to
Eastern Oregon next Tuesday, for the
benefit of his bealth.
Crowiied. In consequence of the Cir
cuit Court bein.5 in session this week, our
town Las presented quite a lively appear
ance. Going E.vst. We are informed that D.
P. Thompson, Esq.. proposes to leave on
the Oriaamme for the East,
Practicing. Cataracts Xo. 2 were ont
with their hose last Tiesday practicing.
Rcnawat. TLb team belonging to Mr
Ilunsacker took fright last Saturday and
ran np Main street at a furious rate, dis
tributing particles of the wagon as they
went. They ran as far is Canemah. when
they were caught. The damage to tbe
wagon was ail the injury done.
Thanks. We ftrb under obligations to
Messrs. N. R. Markwood. of Marshfield
precinct, Thos. IJ. Jones, of Cutting's pre
cinct, and J. W. Strawser, ol Union pre
cinct, for large lists of campaign sub
scribers. Lecture. Mr. L. Lelaud is.announced
to deliver a temperance iccture at the
Court House this evening He had good
luck in making: the Radical ticket, and we
suppose be wants to try Lis luck on Democrats-
Foomsh. A dear was chased by dogs
to the bluff last Saturday, when it took a
leap over, and was badly injured. It was
killed by some young men who saw it.
It came over the highest-point on the bluff.
AjtGooD Time. We hope as rxauy of our
delinquents as can conveniently, will call
on us and square up. We have recently
ordered some new material and need
uiuru'y to pay for it.
Going to San Fiuncisco. Mayor Char
man leaves on tbe Oi iflamme for San
Francisco to purchase his spring stock of
goods. He will ialorm our readers of his
return by a large advertisement.
Reckiveh. Mr. I. Selling has received
his stock of spring and summer goods,
which he is offering to his customers. He
also wants all the wool our fanners have
Skwixu Society. The Ladies' Sewing
Society of the Episcopal Church will meet
next Tuesday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. R. CaufieSd.
Fkoimses to IYkchask. Mr. La Rocque.
of this city, intends to purchase a home
situation near Vancouver on account of
the beauty of situation and scenery.
Lecti ue. We are requested to give no
tice that Mr. L. Lelaud will deliver a tem
perance lecture at the Congregational
church next Sunday evening.
I.ncwkuect. Most of our State exchanges
in giving the number of school children
in our county, s'ate tin; number to be
l,ol)7. It should be 2.."07.
Make Ur Ci.t ns. We wi!l furnish the
EvrEuritisE till after the eu ct'on for fif:y
cents. Let every precinct make up a
Contract Let. We are informed that
the contract for building the bridge qgp-oss
Butte Creek has been let to Mr. Collen.
Wheat. The Alice brought down for
the Imperial Mills last Sunday one hun
dred and thirty tons of wheat.
Arm Buokk. A little girl, daughter of
Doc Bar!ow.tell between two piles of lum
ber last weeK, and hail her arm broken.
Cleveland, March 17. Four powder
mitls of the Austin Powder Company,
situated about five miles south of here,
blew up yesterday afternoon with a
series of explosions. 300 kegs or about
four tons of powder being fired. Two
men named Leonard and Sherman, at
work in one of the mills, were blown in
to pieces, fragments of the bodies being
thrown hundreds of feet away, and three
others, wotking in the vicinity, were more
or less injured. The 'mills were b'own to
atoms and the ground tor acres was
strewn with fragments'. Nearly every
building in the city was severely shaken
by concussion, and quite a commotion
caused among the inhabitants. Loss to
the Company about $15,000.
Concord. March 13. Reports received
from 201 towns give Straw. Republican.
:-5l.70y; Weston, Democrat; 31.210; Black
mer. .'Ifi'J; Cooper, and scattering. 37.");
making th majority for straw l.fiSo. vhich
will be reduced below 1.500 by the re
maining tow:,s. The 11th Senatorial Dis
trict is dcubtful.
Ai.ii vNY (X. Y.), March 13. Tn the ex
amination by the postage Stamp Commit
tee, French testified that Cashman. former
clerk of the House, furnished him $50
worth of one cent, stamps at the expanse
of the county, by instructions of the Dep
uty Postmaster. A subordinate expended
$7,000 worth of stamps on documents
and bundles from the legislature. He
stamped everything lor legislators, also
the Ectning Journal, almanacs by the
wagon load, packages of dirty linen,
dirty stockings, etc. Ex-Senate clerk
Terwilliger said he didn't, have hts ac
counts, but thought the State lost nothing
in these transactions. He gve stamptsio
Senators without chrtrge. It is to be re
membered that Terwiliiger was formerly
the Chief Clerk of Collectoi Murphy.
New York. March 11. Particulars
were received this afternoon of the loss
of the ship Denmark, originally the larg
est clipper ship in the world, built by
Donald .McKay, at East Boston.
Washington; March II. A Washing
ton special has t!1e following items: The
President has suspended the removal of
Distiict Attorney Bates till Mie result of
the case now pending in the Supreme
Court regarding Courts in Urah is known.
It is now believed that decision ot the
Court will virtually declare that for a
year, under Mclvean, no defendant has
been brought into a Court legally formed.
New iork. March 19: A limes Wash
ington correspondent says: ,-Ou unques
tionable authority I am able to inform
jotf that a change and an important one
has come over the spirit of the admin
istration, on the subject of the Cuban war
for Independence. The immediate cause
of this change is not learned, but in well
interned circles it is supposed to be the
receipt of some important aisputches
from Madrid. Whatever may be the im
mediate carrses, Of the fact that the retl
tions between fh'isT Government and that
of Spain are at. this moment of the most
critical nature; such iu fact, as to warrant
the suspicion that an open rupture may
supervene .any day. Gen. Sickles will
not return to Madrid, nor will any one
replace him just now. The mistake into
which Secret!. ry Fih fell with regard to
the personality of the newly appointed
Spanish Miniver to this Government, lias
served to embitter the i-pirit between the
, Lowell. Indiana. Marcli 19 .The entire
business por'ion of this town was burned
last night. Loss heavy; insurance light.
Both hotels and the printitur office were
destroyed, and the jail and other houses
were burned, besides a number of stables
and out bouses. There was i'rrmrnce
on four housis. It is impossible to esti
mate the loss at present, but it will be
New Yoke, irarfh 19. General D. L
Stanton, Colfecicr for the Fifteenth Dis
trict of Mary land, h: s been arrested and
deposed from his position, charged with
being a defaulter in from $20.00o'o $30
000. Boston, March 15. Harvard school
house, at Cbarlestown was burned tlrisj
afternoon. Loss $40.fKHf. At the lime
the building took fire there were 320 chil
dren in it. but by the presence of mind of
the teachers all escaped. Some wore con
siderately injured-, but none severely.
Travel on the Oregon Central Railroad
Marion county has over $12,000 for
schools this year.
'The city election at Eugene oonies off
on the first of April.
There are four hundred and sixty-one
school chtidreu in Albany.
Benton county has 1.95a school child
ren. Number of school districts. 34.
The Herald entered its thirteenth vol
ume ott the lUih. May success attend it.
Eastern papers are now arriving by way
of the Idaho and Columbia river route.
Tiie Postmaster of Kalama is anxious
to learn the whereabouts ol Hugh Bulgtr.
One morning last week the por'er. who
sweeps out the otBce of the Statesman,
The amount of taxable property, both
real and personal, in Albany, amounts to
Joseph C. Holladay, youngest son of
Ben Ilolladay. died in Hung Kong, China.
on the 12th inst.
Tbe Jefferson Hosiery Manufacturing
Company is now turning out an immense
quantity of stockings.
The population ot Baker City is on the
increase. A large number of new build
ings are being erected
The Corvallis Gazette learns that the
schooner Elnorah was beached at Yaquina
Bay on Wednesday last.
One hundred "bonnie las-sea." from old
Scotland, are to arrive in this State some
time during the coining season.
Mr. McCorkle. of Howell's Prairie, in
forms the Slates-nin that the prospects for
fall wheat are unusually promising.
Albert Merchant has been indicted by
the Grand Jury of Marion county lot li
bel aud slander against J. F. Chute.
found a '-Deal Duck"' lying upon the
threshold of the door to that establish
ment. What did it mean ? Mercury,
Tbe patent from the Government to the
site of Lafayette has been issued and is in
the possesion of the town authorities.
The Mountaineer says that a number of
citizens of the Dalles presented the Rev.
Thomas Condon with a purse ot $350.
Frank Parton. a well known citizen of
Albany was severely, if not fatally, in
jured by the kick of a horse on the 18th
A convict by the name of Shepherd. who
was sent from Union county last fill for
horse stealing.died at tbe Penitentiary one
day last week.
Hon. Geo. K. Shiel delivered a very in
terestiug address on tbe occasion of the
celebration of St. Patrick's Day at Port
land last Monday.
A man named Franklin was arrested in
Salem, Wednesday evening, but on being
taken to Ibe calaboose resisted, fell down
anil broke his arm.
There are -J.32G children in Linn coun
ty between the ages of four and twen'y
years ; and for 172 they are entitled, to
JG.31G oloTschool money.
The Courier says that wheat sown last
fall looks splendid throughout Yamhill
county. Fall sowing always insures a
g-ood crop and a superior quality-of grain.
The Ore-joniaa says that a report has
reached Portland that the Wisconsin de
tective has reached home in safety and
calls on the Bulletin to make its disclos
ure. Among the passengers which left San
Francisco on the Oriflamme last. Tuesday,
we notice the names. Hon. J. S. Smith and
wife. Colonel Joseph Teal and B. Gold-f-mitb.
Blaze Perrin. convicted of selling liquor
to Indians, and sentenced to one year's
imprisonment in the Penitentiary, was on
Tuesday last tinned over to Superinten
The Democracy of Washington county
are to hold a mass meeting to morrow at
which Hons. George R. Helm and Ben.
Hayden ate expected to be present and
address the people.
Four of the indictments aginst S. E.
May have been ignored by the Circuit
Court of Salem; and sent back to the
Grand Jury to be repaired, and the fifth
indictment was quashed.
A few days since the body of- an un
known wl.i.e man, in a forward slate ol
decomposition, was washed ashore about
seven miles below Portland. Deceased
had on a .lark blue coat, light pantaloons
and a heavy pair of boots. A knife was
found in one of the pockets.
Gov. Grover has made the following
appointments : James II. Buchanan.
Commissioner of Deeds. Baltimore. Md.;
Joseph B. Nores. Commissioner of Deeds,
New York City ; R. S. Morrisson. Com
missioner of Deeds. Denver. Colorado : O.
F. Bell. Notary Public for Multnomah
county, to reside in Portland ; O. B. Bel
linger. Prosecuting Attorney.4ttiJudici.il
District. Oregon, vice A. C Gibbs, recent
ly appointed U. S. Attorney for Oregon.
The State's Rights Democrat says that 't
is informed by a private letter from Ore
gon City that the Radicals of Clackamas
county had a general uproar in their nom
inating Convention last Saturday, and that
a large number of -Pubs'' swear they
won't vote the ticket. The Good Tem
plars got away with the Convention aud
the prohibitionists 'Tilled the roost." If
the Democracy of that county make judi
cious nominations they will have no diffi
culty in redeeming Clackamas in June.
The following, from Mr. Mcl). Lewis:
Chairman of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of Polk County, is taken from the
Herald : "I am authorised to say to the
Democracy of this county that ji banner.
With a suitable motto and inscription, will
be prepared and presented after the next
June election, lo the Democracy of the
precinct that shall show the greatest Dem
ocratic gai;i since the last general election
in 1870, based upon the vole of Congress
man." Dr. A. D. Ellis furnishes tbe following
report ot Insane Asyltiril matters lor the
quarter ending February 29th:
Number of males in Asylum December
1. 1S71. 115; fern iles. 44; total. 150.
Males admit'ed during the quarter. 17;
fern ales admitted. 2; total, 19. Males dis
charged during the quarter, 5; females
ditto" 5: 'otal. 10. Died during the quar
ter, Henrv Gilkingson. George Whiiehouse
Snd Pollv Hi dines". Ilernaiuing t tbe end
of the quarter males, 125; fenialea, 40
Rotoit It is ctfm'mly reported on our
streets that our Republican friends heid a
caucus last week in ihi5 cfty for the pur
pose of inducing their nominee for State
Senator to withdraw from the contest. We
are informed Jbat be, after deliberate con
sideration and instructions from head
quarters, refused to comply with the mod
est request. They continue in trouble.
In this city. March 21,1?72. to the w:
F. O. McCotfn, Esq., a Daughtcr
Near Damascus Post Office, Clackamas
count v. Match 13th, of apnoplexy. Win.
Welch, father of Dr. J. Welch, of this city,
ffged 54 years, 5 months and 1 day.
At the Barlow House, Ooregon City, March
15, 1S72, bVRev.E. Cerrr.Mr JohnC.Reed,
and Mis. Anna Talbot, both of Oregon City,
On tha lfitb inst., at the residence of the
officiating clcrgvma, bv Rev. W. II. Palm
er, Mr.U. O. Hubbard of Marion county, to
Miss. Ellen Ki.liu of Clackamas couaty,
We are requested to announce the name
of A. LEVY as a candidate for the office of
Treasurer of Clackamas county, subject to
the nomination by the Democratic Conven
tion. To tlie Democracy of CI sit It nnt as
County. I hereby announce myself as a
cand date for the' nomination for County
Cicrk, subject to the will of the convention.
U., L. KELLY.
Impjitant to llic Litd'cs.
1 have just received a supply of Clark's
.Vnool Cotton, Oil and Needles, to suit the
Flotence Sewing JLichine, which are to.- sale
at the lowest market price.
I go to San Francisco to purchase pooils
for the Spring trace on the next trip of the
Orillamme. So look out for a line stock at
I educed rates.
Xarch t'Sitf THOMAS CIIARMAN.
If you desire rosy cheeks and a eomplex
ion fair and free from Pimples and Ijlotcht-s,
purify your blood by the use of Dr. Pieice's
Ooldeu'Medieal Discovery. It has no equal
for this purpose.
Those who wih a reliable bir prepara
tion should buy Hall's Yegttable Sicilian
I I j i r Uenewer. " It is compounded of the
purest ingredients and with the strictest
For the very bet photographs, go to Brad
ley & Rulofson's Gallery withovt STAIRS
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.Montgomery Street, San Frauo.uco.
Kcbeixu Drgrce Ijotlge So. 3, O. O. F
r ileetontne Seconu and fourth
TUESDA Y EVENING X,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie invited to
Oregon Lodge No. 3, I. O. of O. I'1.
Meets every Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Hat Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. X. ii.
fil t-ol;il ZV ( I-o.
Indigestion is the cause of nine-tenths of all
diseases the livinjr machine i.s Rnbject to Give
tone to the stomach and digestive organs, and vou
will save more than half in your doctor's bills.
lr. ifrnirys "-!, -tr t.-.l uitte-r are recom
mended by all physicians to Dyspeptics and for
alt. Complaint of t: e Livr.u ani Digestive
OuiiANij. See advertisement in another column.
The American Slack Jui rnal tor 1 eicra
ber, contains engravings of Sacred Cattle,
Houpan and Game FowT-.; also. Pig r.nd
Poultry llou.-es, with plans and elevation,
besides some twenty welt written articles
that should be read by every Fanner. Spec
imen Copies will be seut free, by the Pub
lishers, N. P. Boyer k Co. farkesburg, Pa.
-5?vYe furnish this valuable Journal
with our paper for J3 a year.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Oflico, ISo. GV front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities. consisting: of LOTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
STORES ; also
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITV
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with great care and on the most
A D VA N TAG EOUS T ERMS.
HOUSED nnd STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the SI ATE. will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
andjforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1371.
IL.L,S E.VCAMPJIE.VT NO.4, I. O. '.
F. Meets at Odd Fellows. Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Patmrchs in good stand
ing are invited to attend.
Pel). S. ls72-tf
ACJKxVTS FOII THE EXTEltPUISE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the ENCKiinusB :
J. M. Baltimore. Portland, Oregon.
Thomas Boy ce, San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher,
Hudson & Menet.41 Paik Row.New York.
Gr-o. P. Howell & Cc, 40 Park Row, New
Abbott A Co.. Xo. 82 & St Nassau street,
Hudson. Me net A Co.. Chicago, Illinois
.?e; Wut!,er'H A Co., 007 Chestnut street.
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Street, Oregon CHjr, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES,
COFFEE. TEA , SUGAR,
FLOP It AND M ! AL of alt kinds,
PICKLES, SO l SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetab'es.
BUTTER, CHEESE and EGGS.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etj., Etc.
All kinds of country Prodrice biken in ex
change for goods atthe highest mai Ket atw.
IrSfGuod.s delivered in the city free of
charge. A fair share of pati or fle solicited.
March 2.1, 1872:tf
OTICE 18 lIEItEB'i' GIVEN THAT THE
-L undersigned has been duly appointed Ad
ministrutrix'of the Estate of llavrence iSurn
deceased, late of ClackaiSas county; therefore,'
all persons having claim against said Er-tate are
required to present them tome, properly verified,
at the arfiee of Johnson & MeC'own, within six
months from date.
MARY A. BURXS,
Adnrr'x of the Estate of Lawrence Burns, dee'd.
JOHNSON & McCOWN, Att'ys.
March 15, 1872. mal5wt
JR. RALSTON'S ACCOUNTS MUST
be settled right aav to save cots"
"WaRREN A FORBES.
Oregon Cify, March 15, 1?72. if
REAL ESTATE, HEAL ESTATE:
C. C. WAT.
JACOB STITZEL & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL & UPTON.,
Cor. Front and "Washington s5s.,
Special attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands and city property. All corres
pondence relating t. the reconrces cf Ore
gon will be promptly auswered-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. ent free cf charge to
JACOB STITZEL & CO.
March 15, g-2:tf
Patrick and Francis DGnnelly.
SEVERAL YEA US AGO TWO YOUNG
men, brothers, natned respectively as
ahove, quitted Ireland and settled in the Un
ited States of Amerh a. Should both or
either ot them be st.ll alive, or if otherwise
should they have left after them children
lawfully begotieu, the survivors are hereby
informed that b' late events they have be
come entitled to considerable property, and
are advised to correspond without delay on
jhe subject of their newly acquired liirht,
with JAMES SINNOTT, ESQ.,
IS Lower Orniond-quav, Dublin,
March 15, 1S72.W3 " Ireland.
"NOTICE IS HEEDBY GIVEN THAT, BY
virtue of an order of the Honorable (.'ounty
Court -of the State of Oregon, for the county of
Clackamas, made at the 1'ebruary term. 1872, I
will -U to the highest bidder, at the Coufr"Hou:;e
door, m Oregon City, Clackamas county, oa Sat
urday, the Kith day of April, 1S72, at public auc
tion, t follow ing described real estate, the pro
perty oTthe minor heirs of Enos Klover, deceased,
to-wit : lx)ts numbered one, 1, two, 2, live, 5, six,
G, seven, 7, and eig-ht, H. in Ulock numbered sixty-two,
in the town of Orujjon City, county of
Clackamas, State of Oregon.
Terms of Sale. One-half down and the re
mainder in two equal quarter-yearly payments,
secured by moitae.
T. J. TAYLOR,
Guardian of M. E. Slover, E. A. Slover, A.
J. Slover and V. X. Slover, Minors.
F. BARCLAY, M. R. G. S.
Formerly Surgeon to the lion. II. B. Co.
35 Years Experience.
PRACTICING l'HYSICIAX AND SURGEON,
Main Strct, Oregon City,
In the matter of the Estate of Daniel Trullintrcr
deceased, in tlie County Court for Clackamas'
State ol Oregon.
rami-; administrator of said estate
having filed his accounts and vouchers for
final settlement thereof, it. is ordered by tlie
Court, that ilonday, the 1st day of April, 1S72
lu' :iT?ivt ti r w-iiil tii.-tl ii-, I, .... ... . 1. -K- -l r
TriillmLTer. AlnOnistr:,tr,r nn.l Hi..il.th 'I'-,,!
, ........ ( ...... . ........ -i. ill iiui-
linger, Administratrix, of said estate: and r.o-
-i... .. i... i.i.- . ...- . 7
iirewjiiuiuy puuucuuou ioriour sueees.-ive
nctiu iu iiic yiiijn my jt.uierpri.se, a newspa
per puuusueu in uns county, tins order.
March i, 1S72. J. K. WAIT,
County J udi;e.
"WARREN & FORBES,
Att'ys for Adia'r and Admr'x. maSwI
Notice of Final Settlement
In the matter of the Estate of Ilenry S. Moore,
AT THIS DAY COMES JAMES M
Moore, Administrator of said Estate, by Ids
'in""".)" nuiiuwu ct .uot-own, anil tiled his
liual report, prorierly verified, together with his
vouchers tr final settlement. It is ordered and
adjudged by the Court that Monday, the 1st day
of April. 1872, be set apart lor said final settle
ment with said Administrator, and that notice
be iriven by publishing this order tor four siiciu-s-
sive weeks in the Oregon City Enterprise, a news
paper puoiisxieci in una county.
J. M. FRAZER,
County Clerk. rr:iS-4
L" b" j
Oregon City, March 4, 1S72.
In the County Court for Clackamas county, State
A. MElit, riaintiu", Civil action to recover
vs. J money.
E. A. GIBSON, Deft. )
To the aliove named Defendant :
TOU Alt E HEREBY NOTIFIED AND RE'S-
ipiired to appear in the above entitled
Court and answer to the comjilaint of tlie plain
tiff, filed in the above entitled action, within ten
days from the date of the service of this sum
mons upon you, if served in Clackamas county;
and if served in any other county ef this State,
then within twenty days from such service; and
if served by publication, you are notified and re
quire! to appear and answer said complaint on
or before the 1st Monday in May, 1S72, that be
ing the lir-t iltty of the npxt term of tlie County
Court for Clackamas county, Oregon, -which will
be held next after the expiration of the period
prescribed by the order of said Court for the pub
lication of tiiis summons ; and if you fail so to
appear aud answer, the plaintiff will take judpr
meut against you for the sum of $3 Pi 46, with
letfal interest fioni Juno 7th, 1871, and for costs
and disbursements of this action; the said action
beiiv-r brought by plaintiff' to recover the afore
said balance due on book account for merchan
dise sold defendant by plaintiff'. And yon are
further notified, that the Hon. J. K. Wait, Jude
of said County Court, on the 5th day of Febru
ary, 1872, made an order directing the summons
to be served by publication in the Oretfon City
Enterprise for six successive weeks.
W ARK EN 4' FOHBES,
March I, 1872:wG Tiff's Att'ys.
And eve' y description
of Wood-working Ma
chinery and Planing
Mill supplies. Address
112 California St. San Francisco.
SEW HARDWARE STORE,
CORSET FROM & STARK STS.,
JOHN IS. FOSTER
Is now receiving and ofTerg. for sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock of
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Nails, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invifes bnyerR to call and examine
before purchasing el-erhere.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Bladders' H--rd care and Houm Ti rn
minis, cither at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 2;, lS71:m3 JOHN It. FOSTER.
Ulultiloiuah Tofl5i; ;Vo. 1, A. F. ami
a A. Holds its regular c-immuniea
2 Nations ori tlie First and 'lirrf Satur
hdi'J in each month, .at 7 o'clock from
the 2oth of .September to the 20th of
March, ami J o'clock from the 2"th of
March to the ""th ot September. Breth
ren m good standing arp invited to attend.
Dec; 21S70, By order of y, M.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE !
Fall and Winter
AV1XG RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Stilts in
. Ladies' and Gents'
We will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders irom our patrous and
the public generally.
We have received from New York a tew
pair of the CMebiated ELPRAT OPERA
BUTTON FRONTS, by which a Lace Shoe
can Ire turned into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take oidi rs for the tame at any time.
We have the Best and Latest Styles in
Mi-ses' and Children's Button Gai ers and
B ilmorals that are imported, but for good
substantial wear there are none tlfat can
come up to our own make. We Wan ant
them in every respect.
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
Mi.-ses' RUBBERS. T e" Nillson. Congress,
Mane Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
Frent and Alaska. Light, ylish Durable
and Xeatt'iiting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Bring on j our feet.
COME AND SEE
CUR CHAMPION BOOT!
PR0TZHAN, GILLIHAN & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts-,
PORTLAND, REG ON.
TVc. 1. l71:tr
rpHIS POPULAR HOUSE HAVING Been
JL lately REFITTED sunl FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aoccommo
date their customers with RD-FINLS1I ED
double or s-itijile rooms. They invite all thosa
fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED.
to call and give them a trial, for they are
confident they cji piease everybody, because
they - know "bow to keep a lintel.
Prices to suit the tunes and Everybody,
according to the rooms ccupied.
Attached to the House is a
For the accommodation of csutoners.
MERItlAM & FOURMER,
June 10. 1871 :tf Proprietors.
I7ROM TIIE UNDERSI ED, LIVING AT
Canemah, about the ,5th inst, a Sorrel
Mare, about fifteen hands high ; six years
old ; small white streak in tbe lore Lead, with
saddle marks ; shod all around. Any person
rttuinimi sad mare or fiiying information ol
her whereabouts, will be suitably rewared.
WM. II. M li.Sll A L.
Canemah, Feb. 22. is 72.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.
GEO.. 1, CUIUS If,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands old and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed propeitr.
Valuab'e securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity an I promptnes.
OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, comer
of Alder and Front stieet.
Feb. 3, Js70:?f
L I N C 0 L NB A K E R Y.
WSLLIAEV7S & HARDING,
HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
C A NDIE- AND N UTS.
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not selfgoods at
Also, pleasa bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To the farming trade we wonld say, CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our goods.
tioous uenvereu to an parts ot the citv.
Feb, 1K, l;72:tf
a Trees ! Plants !
Ir LOW Kit AXD GARUEN SEEDS.
Apple and Crab, 100, 2 to 4 ft., ft; 4 to 6 ft., f5 00
r'ear,Mii.extra,l yr.Uartlett fcc,:i to 4 tt.,doz. 2 50
Seeds, 1'eaeh, bu.,2; Apple, Osae, new, bu.,12 00
Potatoes, White 1'eaeh Hlow,Earlv Rose,bu., 2 00
Seedlings, Soft Maple, l.OOO.fl; Ash, $3; Kim, 2 00
Illustrated Catalogue, 100 pae, and New
l'nce list, JOe
F. K. PHOENIX, Blooiuington, Illinois,
MR. A. C. BAILEY'S CONNECTION
with the Lincoln Bakery cc-asvd by rnn
tnel conse it on the 1st of Febiuary, 172.'
Mr. c. O. T. Villiams haTina: boncht his ;n
tereft, and the business will be continued at
the old st ind under the firm name ot Wil
liams & Harding, who will pay aT debts
against and receive all moneys due the late
A Deslrnble Iliga Tlitro f 1, r,l'a f
ridicule, the hiss of scorn, the hiss of snaked
m tl e gi ass ; but the most delightful bis-s
Tarrant' AVrTcsrrnf Seltzer
In the sparklinir sroblet. izivincr assurance to
the invalid that his thirst will be delicimjsly
asnaged ; that his stomach will be refresh
en and purified : that if he is feveiish. his
body will be c -oled by healthful evaporation;
that if he is constipated, the difiVulty will
pass away without a pan? ; and that if the
condition of hi. cer.er;il health is impaired.
it will be speedily restored. Of eoiwse, he
will tike care tn preenre none but the
hff) MAIN STREET Sg&t
ygil Okegon Citv. Oregon. ff
SOLD BY ALL UKUUlrl&iSv
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. B. Richardson, G
AUCTIONEER! - . -
Corner of Trobl abd Oak str'e'etg, Portland.
AUCTION SALES ......
Of Real Estate', Groceries, GeneralUrchaa
diie and ilorses, q
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. I. Richardson; Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refiued Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Caststeol .
IIM'se shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron; R. G. Iron
- also: .
A large assortment of Groceries andLiquora
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
HOLIDAY PRESENT Si
THE LAUGH.-. T AH I
FINEST STOCK I
RICH JEWELRY AND
13, L; STOIESFE,
WHOLESALE AXD RET-llL isALBft lit
WATCHES and JEWELKY
No-107 Front si PORTLAND;
Would invite attention of his friends fcid
the public to his Large and Choice Assert
From the most Celebrated Makers of IS:
Howard & Co.. Boston ; Apelton & Tracy, P;
S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mass; Elgin "W"Ubeii;
Jrtcot Sell-winding Watches; Engljgii
Watches and others. ...
Aiso, the be-tselected STOCK of LADIES q
WATCHES, of 11 descrijition and styles,
which he would be pleased to show to alt
w ho may favor him with a Call:
AGENT FOR CHAS. E. JACOT WATCHES.
Tine Jewelry and Solid Silver Ware j
Fancy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of different makers.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings an Finger-ringi;
(dd Chatelain Cti;irds anil Watch-chaini."
Gold Necklaces, Armlets; Cresses, Locket:
Gold Bitast-ins, Ear-rings, Finger-rings.
Gold Charms and Kt vs.
California Oold Rings arid Bbhmea' Pat
ent Buck els.
Opeia '.'bains.' . .
Moss Agate Setts, Rings and Cuff Buttons.
Wedding Kings, made of pare gold, ot1
pressly for that purpo:-e.
Gold and Sdver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles.-and Eye-glasses."
(Ndid Silvt r Napkin Kings.
Silver Fi uit siiul Butter Kuiv.es.
SiJid Siier Table and Tea Spoons."
Iiegulatois Seth Thomas Clocks, Marias
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, Ac.
All the ab-i ve anrcles sold Cheapfor Cash,
and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing
and adjusting of C hrcsometers, Duplex and
American Hashes'. , -- , .
. . . . B. l. stone;
nov24tt 10 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
TO YOUIVG ilIE -V f
rpo YOU BELONG THE FLjTCnE OF
X. our beautilnl and fast crowintr State."
Soon the shiill whistle of the IRON IIOftSE.
as he comes tmoking across this creet con
tinent, drawing after him ti.e rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry, wilf
" GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughter
will be called to fill the new avenues of Busi
ness. Everyone sbonld prepare for ad
ACTIVE BTJSINESS LIFE;
Great changes have been iade in the com-"
mercial affairs of Oregon ip a, few vearaV
What the developements of our State will be
iri the future, is a question which depends
upon the liUMNKSS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
v itbm tbe past fotjr years of eontinuet
Natiffnal Business College
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of vnimrr mon f"i i H , , . . . 1 1 , I .. ,1 .. n
whom are now filling high aud lucrative po-
Miiuiis u ine maims, "younnng-iioorns. aoo.
Stores 6f bar State. So great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compeueu io sena rast lor as-istance. jNo
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed, through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want c a situation arid"
at good salary too.' ;-. ,
Every tacihy is here Corded acpiir-
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Txetj student will hare an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he ia?
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSESS,
which has the eflect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the mfnutije of real business;
The course of study embraces Double and
Single Entry Book-Keepin.', Commercil
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -ence.
Business Penmanship: regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc., combining theory
Superior advantages for securing athdrongK
PHONOGRAPHY, . ,
FRENCH, SPANISH; .
GERMAN, liALlAN. ETC
. For full particular; call at the College Of
fice. in Carter's building, corner of Front
amd Alder streets, ( entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
DeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 31. lS71:yl
Savier, LaEoque & Co.,
ttP5Keep constantly on hand foi sale
Midiings, Bran ami Chicken Feed. Par tie
rTurcbasinfl feed, mutt famish tbe f aelr.