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Ijc iDtckin (Eutcrprier.
MARCH 29, 1872.
TOWN" ASD COt'XTV.
The Enterprise for the Campaign-
We will furnish the Entkrfkise to clubs
f fire sbbscribers nnd upwards, for Gfty
cents, commencing with the issue of the
JCtb of March, and ending with the issue
f June 7tb. which will contain the elec
tion returns. We hope that Democrats
will see to it that the paper is in the bands
or every voter in the county. Who will
eend us the first list?
Mubuek ok Jks.sb V. Boon The pad
news reached here last Monday morning
that Jesse V. Boone, the owner of what id
known as Boon's Ferry, about 12 miles
oouth or here, had been shot dead, by a
turn namedacob Engel. Later in the
day, the constable of Union precinct ar
rived ia town, having in charge Engel,
who was arrested about a mile south oi
bare. The case ia now undergoing judi
cial investigation, and we shall endeavor
to.avoid giving anything calculated to
prejudice the public mind against the
prisoner. The trouble originated about
tome sheep, getting into Mr. Boon's pas
ture, and MrT Engel went there to drive
them out. In doing so. he was about to
drive out eome belonging to Mr. Boon,
when Mr. B.'s son told him to leave their
fheep in the pasture. Mr. Engel made
threat! against the boy and told him he
would shoot him. at the same time ad
vancing towards him with his gun cocked.
The boy about 1G years of age, alarmed,
ran to the bank of the river where his
father wax, and informed him of Engel's
threat, who immediately came up and as
they met Engel fired. the fchot taking effect
in Mr. Boon's Tace and breast, thre snot
entering the heart. Mr. Engel advanced
towards Mr. Boon, and was about to dis
charge the other barrel, but seeing him
bleeding and staggering, ran towards his
place. There were three persons present
at the time of the shooting, and the above
are the circumstances as they were told
by the prosecution on the examination
last Wednesday before Justice Burns. No
evidence was offered by the defence, and
the case has been postponed until next
Tuesday (or the defence to produce testi
mony which they claim to h;ive and will
produce on that day. Engel left and
started on foot for this place for the pur
pose, he says, of giving himself up. but
before he reached here the constable, as
above stated, overtook him and made the
arrest. Mr. Boon has been a citizen of
this county for a number of vears. and
was generally respected by all who knew
him. He leaves a wife, and we believe,
nix children. Engel is a bachelor.in com
fortable circumstances, having a farm of
live hundred acres of land, considerable
stock and by many it is believed, that he
has several thousand dollars buried some
where. Following is the report of the
We the undersigned. Jurors, having
been duly summoned and sworn to exam
ine the dead body, Jesse V. Boone; now
lying before us, we find on due examina
tion and by tJi- testimony of witnesses
and the post mortem examination made
by Dr. F. Barclay in our presence that the
deceased came to his death from gun shot
wounds inflicted by Jacob Engel.
Signed : W. A. Cresell, Lewis W. Tid
man, Joseph Graham, J. Hamilton. Au
gUKtus Vonger, A. Warner.
Coroner of Clackamas Co.
March 2fi, 172.
CntcriT Coriir I'ltocKKiuxcis. The fol
lowing are tne Circuit Court Proceedings
for the Match Term 1872, W. W. Upton.
Judge. The Court appointed W. I. Burns
crier for the term, and W. J. Caldwell. L.
T. Barin and W. T. Whitlock, bailiffs.
J. A. Strowbi idge, administrator ol the
Ette. of John Torrenee, deceased, vs.
ileorge Aberethy and H, Clarke, et a! ;
Judgment, in favor ot the pUiutiff for the
Bum of U :J21.
Job Card vs. Mason Warnick ; Judg
ment in favor of del'endent in the sum of
$K3 3S. nnd costs.
Jas. M. Moore vs. G. Grepe ; Judgment
In favor of the defendent, for $15 and the
cotts. Motion filed (or new trial.
O. A C. Railroad vs. Daniel Harvey, de
S. C. Calahan vs. Josiah Franklin, con
tinued. K. E. Stuart vs. Elizabeth Welsh ; ver
dict for defendant.
Jas. M. Moore vs. W. F. C. A. L. Co ; ta
ken tinder advisement.
E. J. Westfall t. B. C. Westfall ; di
Isola Gans vs. Henry Gans ; taken un
der advisement and parties allowed ten
days to tile briefs
Geo. A. Pease vs. G. Grepe ; In hands
F. M. Blanchard vs. Geo. Abernethy ;
II. F. Highfield vs. G. W. N. Tylor ;
decree of foreclosure granted.
Enoch Lonsr et !, vs. Marion Long et.
al .; commissioners appointed to partition
Henry Humbel vn. John Stege ; decree
f foreclosure granted;
Win. Barlow vs. John Ayers ; confirm
ation of sale.
L. A. Seely vs. D. Sebastian ; confirm
ation of sale.
Joseph Kafka vs. Chas. Vandervort ;
State vs. B. F. Caton : indicted for as
fnnlt with dangerous weapon ; verdict,
State vs. Indian Jim ; indicted for as
sault with dangerous weapon f released
on his own bond.
Cavght. Mick. McCormick, who was
indicted by the grand jury of this county
at the October Term for the murder of
Tora Montgomery, and broke out of jail,
has been arrested at Seattle, W. T. Mr.
Joseph Sloan of Portland l-.ft last Tuesday
with a requisition from the Governor, and
will have him herein a few- days. It is
likely that justice will yrt overtake this
Wnrrixf Schoot..--We call attentiou to
the advertisement of Prof. Macrura, who
it will be seen, w about to open another
term of writing school. We hope all who
desire to acquire proficiencv in the art of
penmanship will improve the opportuni
ty now afforded them.
"Dik Mow-.nwkltv' The February
number or tfei fashion book has been re
ceived. It is published at Berlin. France,
imported by S. T. Taylor and translated
by Mrs. C. A. Sicker. Price. $3 a vear.
Address, S.T. Ttvlor, 3LU Canal street,
RETTBxrx. 5fr. C. F. Kent, who left
Lere a short time ago for the Islands, is
passenger on the Ajax which is due in
Portland to-morrow. It wflT be sad in
telligence for him to learn cf the death of
his onlv child w hen he reaches Portland.
Removed. Mr. Wni. SlngvT has remov
ed his shop to the large building formerly
Tised by Mr. John Lewis, opposite Oregon
Uy Mills, where he is prepared to furnish
all work in his line.
Goe. Hon, D. P. Thompson left for
last last Tuesday. He expects to be ab
lest about two months.
.Democratic Countf Convention.
Pursuant to notice, the Democratic
County Convention met at the Court
House last Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
The Convention was called to order by
Hiram Straight. Esq., member of the
County Central Committee.
On rtoticn, Mr. Straight was cbosen
temporary Chairman, and A. Noltner tem
On motion of S. Iluelat, a committee of
three was appointed on credentials, con
sisting of Messrs. Iluelat, Myers tnd
On motion of Mr. Iluelat, a committee
of three was appointed to report resolu
tions and order of business, consisting of
Messrs. Iluelat, Moreland and Cuttings.
On motion the Convention took a recess
until l o clock, p. m.
At 1 o'clock the Convention was called
The Committee sn Credentials made the
following report :
Oregon City H. Straight, S. Iluelat,
John Myers, Reuben Smith by F. li. Col
lard, proxy; J. Dickens, Joseph A. Fields,
Dr. Saif'arntns. Col. W. L. White, '
Hardings W. W. Strickland," Mark
Young's S. Ranney, F. Foster, Joseph
Beaver C. F. Beattie, P. S. Noyer, R.
Upper Molalla W. II. Vaughn, G.
Dougherty, J. Hamilton.
Canemah A. F. Hedges, Wm. Ganong.
Lower Molalla W. M. McCowu, W.
Moreland. Isaac Clowser.
Cascade F. Revenue, Thos. Comm.
Rock Creek W. W. Cook, B. F. Green:
well, A. M. Lovelace.
Cutting's J R. Str'ukland, II. C. K:ngo,
D. Wright. Chas Cutting.
Marshfield X. R. Mark wood, Douglas
Oswego A. R. Shipley, J. W Cain.
Springwater E. B LueMing, John Lu
eliing, W. Strickland.
Union F. Mack, E. X. Brackett, R. Ir
vin. Marquam'a Lucien Ogle, James Muse.
II. F. Kaler by James Muse, proxy; W. L.
Tualatin C. D. Turner. Wm. Evans.
Pleasant Hill John Zumwalt, W. S.
Mihvaukie Thos. Sellwood, Jonathan
Mr. Iluelat moved that no proxies be
allowed seats in the Convention, which
motion was Kst. and the report ol the
The Committee on Order of Business
submitted the following report, w hich was
1st. Report of Committee on Creden
tials. 2d. Permanent organization .
3d. Report of Committee ou Resolu:
Nominations. 1st. One Stale Senator.
2d. Three Representatives.
4th. County Clerk.
5th. County Treasurer.
(:h. Two County Commissioners.
7th. School Superintendent.
yth. County Surveyor.
11th. Election of seven delegates to the
The Committee recommended the nom
intions to be made by ballot.
The same Commit lee reported the fol
lowing resolutions, which were unauimous
ly adopted :
Jit.solrvd, That the Democratic party
recognize no test or qualification for office
than honesty, fidelity and capacity; and
no test for standing in the party other
than good citizenship and obedieuce to the
laws of the land.
lis solved. That we. the Democracy of
Clackamas county, are opposed to the
centralization ot power in the General
Government, and that we lavor the teder
alive feature of our Constitution, and as a
consequence, the right to local self-government,
and that government is lor the
defense and protection of the citizen and
not for the depletion of his finance by
On motion the temporary officers were
declared the permanent officers of the
On motion, C. F. Beatie was elected As
On motion. Messrs. Myers and Hedges
were appointed tellers.
The Convention then proceeded to nom
inate the county ticket in the order above,
which resulted in the following persons
being selected for the respective posi
tions named: State Senator. John Myers;
Representatives, A. R. Shipley, J. II. Mar
tin II. C. Ringo; Sheriff. A. F. Hedge;
Clerk. Robt. F. Oaufieid; Treasurer, T. J.
MeOorver; County Commissioners. Wm.
Sharp. John Sawtell; School Superinten
dent. A. Xolter; Assessor, R. X. Worsham;
Surveyor, Joseph A. Burnett; Coroner,
Dr. H. Saffairans; Delegates to the State
Convention. W. L. Barclay . John Myers.
A. Xolter. B. Jennings. W. L. While, W.
H. Yaughan Joseph A. Burnett.
The following persons were elected the
Democratic County Committee : A. Xolter.
C. F. Beatw, S. Huelat. A. F. Hedges aud
On motion, it was ordered that the
County Committee have power to fill va
cancies on the ticket should any occur.
On motion a vote of thanks was tender
ed to the officers for the faithful and im
partial discharge of their respective duties.
On motion, it was ordered that the Sec
retary have the proceedings published in
the Oregon City Extekpkise. with a re
quest for other Democratic papers to copy
On motion the Convention adjourned
II. A. STRAIGHT, Chairman.
A. XOI.TXKR, 0 . .
C. F. Beatie, ) retar.e.s.
Oregon Citv. March 2S, 1S72.
Ei. Extekprise : A few days siuce
some workmen engaged in clearing away
earth a short distance above the Falls. pre
paratory to blasting out a bed for the ca
nal, now being constructed on the oppo
site side of the river, dug out a six pound
iron cannon ball. Mr. Gavin.tbe foreman ot
the party states that the ball was about
five feet below the present fcurface.embed
ed in the solid ground, composed of small
arrg-irhix stones, cemented together with
clay, so compactly as to make it difficult
of removal with the pick. Mr. Gavin
says that previous to a former removal of
earth from the same place last autumn,
used in the construction of a dam the
ball must have been buried nearly ten
feet. The oldest inhabitants heve have
no knowledge of a cannon balF of any
description having ever been discharged
in this vicinity. It might be probably
supposed that it had been purloined from
some ship or the military stores at Van
couver, by some Indian, and subsequent
ly buried with the deceased possessor in
accordance with one ot their customs, but
tor the reason that it was found in such
a situation as they never select fir burial
purposes, and also that the ground where
it was dug out had not the appearance of
having been previously disturbed since
iiy original deposition, which must have
ocenred' hundreds of years ago.
J I'STIX Chexoweth.
I m roRTAXT to- School Ci.erks. By ad
vertisement it will-be seen that the School
Superintendent has more money on hand
for the various school distrists.which they
are requested to call for immediately
Sewing Society. The Ladies' Sewing-
Society of the Episcopal Church will meet !
next Tuesday afterncou at the residence '
cf Mrs- James Milae-
Gone into Bustness. Capt. Charles Kel
logg has retired from the steamboat busi
ness and engaged with bis brother, at
Ilillsboro, in the mercantile business.
Charley is a good fellow and we wish him
success in his new line of business.
New Goods. Mr. Ackerman received
his Spring stock of goods this week. It is
large and elegant. Give him a call.
Odd Fellows Anniversary.
Hon. E. L. Bristow, Grand Master of
fhe Grand Lodge or I. O. O. F. of Oregon,
has issued the following circular letter :
To all Lodgts subordinate to the R. W.
Grand Zxjdje of Oregon : la Friend
ship, Love and lruth, Greeting :
Whereas. The Fifty-Third Anniversary
of the establishment of our beloved Order
in the United States ot America is at
hand, and believing that the commemo
ration of that event will be fruitful of
good, freshening in our memories the ma
uy glorious principles that cluster in
bright radiance around Odd Fellowship,
under whose broad philanthropy we may
gather, with confraternal hearts, and re
new our acts of helpfulness by strewing
the roses of Relief and Condolence along
the pathway of the Widow, the Orphan
and the Destitute, thus strengthening our
' Bond of Union
Therefore, I. E. L. Bristow, M. W.
Grand Master of the R. W. Grand Lodge
of Oregon, and the jurisdiction thereunto
belonging, do hereby grant this dispensa
tion to ad Lodges in said juiisdicfion. em
powering them to appear in public with
the Regalia and Emblems of the Order,
on 2fith day of April. A. D. 1872, and oth
erwise appropriately celebrate said Anni
versary by abstaining from their usual av
ocations and assembling themselves to
gether as Lodges, with joyons thanksgiv
ing to God. the fountain of all good to
wards mankind, devoutly praying that
the genius of Friendship, Love and Truth.
Faith. Hope and Charity may shine with
lustre undimmed through the centuries to
Given under my Hand and the Seal of
the R. W Grand Lodge of Oregou, the
day and the year above written.
E. L. Bristow, Grand Master. '
Chester N. Terry. Grand Sec'y.
Following is the apportionment of Dele
gates to which each county is entitled in
the Democratic State Convention, which
meets at the Dalles, on April 10th :
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W . Jiellwoou, rector. Services on Sunday
at Io a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at '2 p. u.
1st Congregational Church Seats Free
Morning Services, ) 0.
Sabbath Schr.ol, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services , 7 o'clock.
Kkv. E. (Jerky, Acting Pastor
PRAYER MEETING S.
Tuesday evening ,
M. E. Church Scats Free.
Morning Services, .lo.3o,
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Motnins: Kervres.
Prayer Meeting Thursda veveiiin? 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
In this city, March i'7th. after a short ill
ness. Mabie Eliza, daughter of C. F. and
Elizabeth Kent, aged 6 month and 2:j days.
Fre the cloud had dimmed the skies,
Sweet lamb, she was at rest.
At his residence, on Deer Creek, on the
14th iust,, of enteric lever, Mr. John Collins,
aired ;,3 years and 6 months, a native of Del
aware. Spet-iu.1 A'otlce.
INFALLIBLE WORMSYRUP FOR CHIL
DREN. sale and Retail Me chants, Canby Statton,
ngw.j.me niv auuiorizeu agents for the
sale of the Infallible Worm Syrup, who will
constautly keep a supply on hand.
, J)RJ,W- VAN DEN BERGU.
Salem, March 22, lS7-2.tf
Pcrixg the fever epidemic of last month,
the stock of Ayer's Ague Cure in the Old
North State became exhausted, and before a
supply could be received from Lowell, the
sull'enng from chills and fever became fear
ful. A tew parties were so fortunate as to
have it on hand, and in Iredell County, the
druggists eked out their slender stocks bv
selling doses a spoonful each for a dollar.
Many paid ten dollars for a bottle, when the
regular price was but one, and thought
themselves favored at that, so valuable are
the curative properties of this preparation,
which not only expels the poison from the
system, but leaves the patient with unim
paired health and vigor. Raleigh (N. C.)
Hall's Yegetable Sicilian Hair Rewnewer
never fails to restore the color of the hair.
Important to tlie Ludlcs.
1 hare just received a .supply of Clark's
.'pool Cotton, Oil and Needles, to suit the
Floience Sewing Machine, which are fo- sale
at the lowest market price.
I go to San Francisco to purchase foods
for the Spring trace on the next trip of the
Oriflarnme. So look out for a fine stock at
reduced rate. '
Narch 23:tf THOMAS CHARM AN.
Itcbtcrn I)-grt-e Lodge o. 3, . O. O. F
Meet on the Second ?.-vd Fourth
TUESDA Y EVEXIXGS.
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Half. Members of the Degree are invited to
Orrgcm IxOtlge Xo. 3, 10. of O. f.-
o3g3&fe. 5Ieets every Thursday even
ip& ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
H3ll, Mains eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. jv. 0
Multnomah IoIjje Xo, 1, A,. F". and
a A. 31 Holds its regular communica
tione on the First and Third Xatur
fd.iy in each mwvth, at 7 o'clock from
ir , , , iu me otti of
March, and ,J o'clock from the 2o'th of
March tntY.a -)AK o ... " " 1
Wl oepcemoer. tfreth
ren in good standing are invited to attend
Dec 23.1 sq, By order of V. M.
In-dicestio?.- is the cause of nine-tenths of all
a?X8he.hvinlInahjne is subject to ! Give
tone to the stomach and dicestive organs, andyoa
will save more than half in v, ti?
lr. hi5 Cci.br.w i viVKHtrrereoom '
mended by all physicians to DTsrEPTirTand i ft
ALL COMPLAIN Of the LlVEH ASD DlGMlw
Urga-s, 6e9 advertisement in cnother column.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Office,, 3To. 64 Front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities, consisting of LOW, HALF
BLOCKS and J3LOCKS, HOUSES and
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 CITY
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with great care and on the most
HOUSED and 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 STATE, will re
ceive description of FARM PROPERTY'
and forward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 171.
FALLS ECAMPMEXT NO. 4, I. O.
F. Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on tie
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Patriarchs iu good stand
ing are invited to attend.
Feb. 8. lS72:tf
For the very beat photographs, go to Brad
ley fc Rulofson's Gal'ery withovt STATRft
Z? ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 429
Montgomery Street, San Franci co.
AGHA'TS FOU THE KXTEHPUISK.
The roflowing persons are authorized to
act aa agents for the KxeixtPiiisE :
J. M. Baltimore, Portland, Oregon.
Thomas Royce, San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher, " "
Hudson ,t Menet,41 Park Row, New York.
Geo. P. Rowell fc Co., 40 Park Row, New
Abbott & Co.. Xo. 82 & 81 Nassau street,
New York. '
Hudson, Menet it Co.. Chicago, Illinois.
Coe. Wetherill & Co., G07 Chestnut street
EYEXIXti WJilTIXC SCHOOL
Ladies & Gentlemen.
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING,
J April 8, 1872, in the rooms formerly oc
cupied by Prof. Pope's Grammar School", op
posite Masonic Hall. School in session four
evenings each week, from 7i to K o'clock.
Terms Five dollars per term of forty-four
lesions. See specimens at the i'ostoflice.
I. ALLEN MACRUM,
March 29, w3 Instructor.
Notice to District Clerks
rpiIE INTER E.ST FROM THE IRREDU
JL cible School Fund, apportioned to Clack
amas count', has been placed in the hands
of the County Treasurer, nnd warrants in
favor of the several Schoel Districts for their
portion of the same have been drawn and
me ready for the District Clerks.
Sup't of Common Schools.
Oregon City, March 2$, 172. 2w
HPHE ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE
Jl election of Directors of the Oregon Citv
Manufacturing Company will be held at their
ollice, in this city, Saturdav, April 27, lb72.
R. JACOP, President.
M. A. Strattok, Secretary. w2
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If you desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
calf at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14. 1871:tf
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXF.CUTION AND
order ot sale, issued out of the Circuit Court
of the Mate of On-gon, for the county of Clacka
mas, dated the 27th dny of March, A. 1872,
and to me directed, pursuant to a decree in favor
of lLi-nry Humbel, pluiutilt, aud against John
fctejre, dcfciulaut-, for the sum of two thousand
and fifteen 25-100 dollars, in U. S. gold coin, and
the further sum of forty-seven Oli-loo dollars costs
and disbursements. I5y virtue of a decree of fore
closure of mortgage on real estate, 1 have this
2Sth day of March, A. 1)., 1S72, levied on the fol
lowing described tracts or parcels of town lots,
situate m Oregon City, Oregon, specified in said
decree and order of sale as follows, to-wit: Tlie
undivided one-half of lots numbered four, 4, and
five, 5, in Block number twenty-three, 23, accord
ing to tin; plat of said town now on file in the
County Clerk's oUice of Clackamas countv, Ore
gon, together with the hereditaments and "apper
tenanees thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining as the property of said John Stege,
and on Saturday, tiie 27th clay of April, A. D.,
1872, at the hour of one o'clock p. in. of said day,
in frontofthc Court House door, in Oregon City,
iu said county, I will proceed to sell the same to
the hiyhest bidder, for U. S. gold coin, to satisfy
said execution, costs and accruing costs.
A Ki U C It ' W A RXER ,
Shctiff of Clackamas county, Oregon.
Dated March 28, lS72:wl
fY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
order of sale, issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, for the county of Clacka
mas, dated the 27th day of March, A. IX, 1S72,
and to me directed, pursuant to a decree in favor
of J. DStrowbridge, Administrator of theestale
of John Torrenee, deceased, plaintiff, and against
George Abernathy and Hiram Clark, doing busi
ness under the firm name of George Abernethy
and Co., defendants, for the sum of sixteen thou
sand, three hundred and twenty-one dollars,
321 00, am tWr further sum of twenty-eight
3U-10U dollars-costs and disbursements, by virtue
of a decree of foreclosure of mortgage on real
estate, 1 have, on this 2!tth clav of March, A. D.
1872, leviod on the following described parcels of
land, siecined in said der-o aud onler of sale as
follows, to-wit: Lot hiukVt seven, 7, in Block
number one, 1, and trie north half of lot number
seven, in Block number twenty-nine, 29, HvUre--gou
City, Clackamas county, Oregon, as design
niitv1 mwin e- official maps thereof, together
with the appurtenances thereunto belonging1 or
manvwise appertaining, a-s me prupeny oi uic
said George Abernethy and Hiram Clark, defend
ers, and on Saturday, the 27th day of April, A.
D 1S72 at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said
lav, in front of the Court House, in Oregon City,
in said county, I will proceed to sell th same to
the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said execu
tion costs and accruing costs,
non, cotis ARTHUR WARNER,
Pheriff of Clackamas county, Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, March 23, 1S72. w-i-
JR. RAI-STON'S ACCOUNTS MUST
a be "settled nirht awav to save costs.
WaRREN & FORBES.
Oreroil City, March 15172. tf
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House, f
Ma, Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES,
COFFEE, TEA5, SUGAR,
FLOUR AND MEAL of all kinds,
PICKLES, SO AP, SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable.
BUTTER, CHEESE and EGGS,
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc, Etc.
All kinds of country Produce taken in ex
chancre for Roods at the highest market rates.
RfGoods delivered iu the city free of
cl urge. A fair nhare of patronage solicited.
March U, lS72:tf
REAL ESTATE HEAL ESTATE
JACOB STITZSt, 0. C. WAY.
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL Jc UPTON.,
Cor. Front anrt Wathlngton S.,
PORTLAND. O R E G ON .
Special attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands and city property. All corres
pondence relating to the recources of Ore
gon will be promptly auswered-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge to
JACOB STITZEL & CO.
March 15, 167'2:tf
Patrick and Francis Donnelly.
SEVERAL YEARS AGO TWO YOUNG
men, brothers, named respectively as
above, quitted Ireland and settled in the Un
ited States of America. Should both or
either oi them be still alive, or if otherwise
should they have left after them children
lawfully begotten, the survivors are hereby
informed that by late events they have be
come entitled to considerable property, and
are advised to correspond without delay on
he subject of their newly acquired right,
with JAMES SIN NOTT, ESQ.,
13 Lower Ormond-quav, Dublin,
March 15, l72.w3 " Ireland.
NOTICE IS HERDHY GIVEN THT BY
virtue of an order of the Honorable County
Court of the Wtate of Oregon, for the county of
Clackamas, made at the February term, 1ST2. I
imju hj me inquest oiuucr, at tlie Court House
uoor, in crefjron city, t laukainas county, on Sat
urdav. the Itith diiv of nril l.r- .,,i.i;..
tion, tlie following'described real estate, tlie pro
perty of tlie minor heirs of Enos Slover, deceased,
i-mu . i-uLa iiumoureu one, i, rwo, Z, nve, a, six,
li, seven, 7, and eight, H, iu Block numbered sixty-two,
in the town of Oregou City, county of
via'-iv.uiia, niii'.c Ol V-MeTOU.
Terms of Sale. Onc-h'tilf
laanulor iri two wjustl quarter-yearly payments,
T. J. TAYLOR,
Guardian of M. E. Slover, E. A. Slover, A.
J . Slover and C. T. Slover, Minors.
F. BARCLAY, R. C. S.
Formerly Surgeon to the Hon. II. B. Co.
33 Vcura Experience.
PRACTICING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Mai n Street, Oregon City,
In tlie matter of the Estate of Daniel Trulling-er
deceased, in tlie County Court for Clackamas,'
State of Oregon.
'RriiE ADMI NISTRATOR OF SAID ESTATE
bavins? tiled his aec-ounts and vouchers for
final settlement thereof, it is ordered by the
Court, that Monday, tlie 1st day of April, IH72,
be set apart for said final settlement with N. li!
TrulliuKer, Administrator, and Elizabeth Trul
liujrer, Administratrix, of said estate; and no
tice be kdveu by publication for four successive
weeks iu the Oregon City Enterprise, a newspa
per published in this county, this order.
March 4, J. K. "WAIT,
County J udge.
WARREN & FORBES,
Att'ys for Adin'r and Admr'x. ma.SwI
Notice of Final Settlement
In the matter of tlie Estate of Henry S. Moore,
VOW AT THIS DAY COMES JAMES M.
L Moore, Administrator of said Estate, by his
Attorneys Johnson A: McCowu, aud filed his
final report, properly veritied, together -with his
vouchers for final settlement. It is ordered and
adjudged by the Court that Monday, the 1st day
of April. 1S72, be set apart for said final settle
ment with said Administrator, and that notice
be given by publishing this order for tour sucees
Kive weeks iu the Oregon City Enterprise, a news
paper published iu this county.
J. K. WAIT,
County J udge.
t T a ( Attest,
'( i J. M. FRAZER,
( County Cleric maSw
Oregou City, March 4, 187:2.
In the County Court for Clackamas county, State
of ( rern.
A. MEIlt, riaintiff, Civil action to recover
E. A. GIBSON, Deft.)
To the alove named Defendant :
OL ARE HEREBY" NOTIFIED AND RE--
quired to appear in the above entitled
Court and answer to the complaint of the plain
tiff, tiled in the above entitled action, within ten
days from the date of the service of this sum
mons upon vou, if served in Clackamas county ;
and if served in any other county uf this State,
then within twenty days from such service; and
if served by publication, you are notified and re
quired to appear and answer said complaint on
or before the 1st Monday in May, 1S72, that be
in the first day of the next term of the County
Court for Clackamas county, Oregon, -which will
le held next after the expn-ation of the period
prescribed by the order of said Court for the pub
lication of this summons; and if you fail so to
appear and answer, the plaintiff will take judg
ment asrainst you for the sum of J'JKj 45, with
legal interest from June 7th, 1871, and tVr costs
and disbursements of this action ; the said action
being brought by plaintiff to recover the afore
said balance due on book account for merchan
dise sold defendant by plaintiff. And you are
further notified, that the Hon. J. K. Wait, Judge
of said County Court, on the 5th day of Febru
ary, 1S72, made an order directing the summons
to Ix; served by publication in the Oregon City
Enterprise for six successive weeks.
WARREN & FORBES,
March I, 1872:w6 riff's Att'ys.-
And etfe1? description
of Wood-workinp- "ma
chinery and Planing
Mil) supplies. Address
BERRY k PLACE,
1T2 California St. Sati Fraucisco.
"jVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Tn.VT THE
undersigned has been' duly appointed Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of Lawrence Burns,
deceased, late of Clackamas county ; therefore'
all persons having claims against said Estate are
required to present them tome, properly verified
at the atfice of Johnson & McCown, within six
months from date.
, , r v MARY A. BURNS,
Admr x of the Estate of Lawrence Burns, dee'd
J OHN SON & McCO WN, Att'ys.
Maioh 1172.- mal5w
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE !
Fall and Winter Trade.
HAVING RECENTLY FILLET) UP OCB
assortment of Imported Styles ia
Ladies and Gents'
Boots sibkI (waiters,
We will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons and
the public generally.
We have received from New York a tew
pair of the Ct lebiated ELPRAT OPERA
BUTTON FRONTS, by m bieh a Lace Shoe
can be turned into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take orders for the &auie at airy tims.
We have the Best and Latest Slyl in
Misses' and Children's Button Gai era and
Bilmorals that are impoi ted, but for good
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our ow n make. We Warrant
them in every respect.
Seven entirelv New Styles of Ladies' and
Misses' RUBBERS. T e' Nillson. Congress,
Marie Antoinette, Queeu's German, Velvet
Front and Alaska. Light, ylish Durable
and Neat Fitting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Briug on your feet.
COME AND SEE
CUR CHAMPION BOOT!
PR0TZMAN, GLLLIHAN & CO.,
Cor. Front and Morrison Stfl-,
Dee. 1. !S71:tf
xsiL Okec;on- City, Ohkoox.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE HAYING Been
lately REFITTED and FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aoccommo
date their customers with IlARD-FIN ISHED
double or single rooms. Thev invite all thos
fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED.
to call and give them a trial, for they are
confident they cat p lease every b-dy, because
they ' know how to keep a Hotel.
Prices to suit the times and Everybody,
according to the rooms occupied.
Attached to the House is a
For the accommodation of csutotners.
MERRIAM & FOURMER,
June 16. 187l:tf Proprietors..
I7R0M TIIE UNDERSI ED, LIVING AT
Canemah, about the 5th inst , a Sorrel
Mare, about fifteen hands high ; six years
old ; small wtiite streak in the toretead, with
saddle marks ; shod all around. Any person
returniug sad mare or giving information ol
her whereabouts, will lie suitably rewar ed.
WM. 11. M liS UAL.
Canemah, Feb. 22, 1872.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
PORTLAND, - - OREGON-
GEO. li. CITBRY,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on property, and titlss
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE Xo. 11 Carter's Biiildinc. ffiriaor
of Alder Sod Front streets.
Feb. 3. 70:tf
L I M C 0 L NJB A K E R Y.
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
CANDIES A$D NUTS.
AM of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, olease bear in mind that it t.iVea
money to do business.
To thp' farmino- trade wp wnnM cov f'ACTI
r- - - '-J , v 4 a. . m.
for you. produce, and CASH Iof our goods.
vjoous uenvereu 10 an parts ot the city.
Feb, lti, lS72:tf
NEW HARDWARE STORE,
CORSET FRONT Si STARK STS.,
JOHN 15. FOSTER
Is now receiving and offers f6r sale, at the
i&west rates, a rull stock of
BUILDERS' lH A RD WARE,
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Nails, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he incites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing el-ewhere.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Rudders' Hardware and House Trim
mings, either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 2G, lS71:m3 JOHN R. FOSTER.
iffl, Trees ! SS Plants !
FLOWER AXO GARDES SEEDS.
Apple and Crab, 100. 2 to 4 ft., t; 4 to 6 ft., $6 00
Pear,8td.extra,l vr.Bartlett &c,3 to i ft.,doz. 2 50
eeds, reaoh,bu.,2; Apple, Osafre, new, bu.,12 00
Potatoes, "White Peach Wow.Early Rose.bu., 2 00
Seedhmw, boft Maple, l.Ooo.Jl; Ash, 3; Wm, 00
Illustrated Catalogue, iw Pt
Price Lit . . .
F. K. PHOIIN'IX, Bloomington, Illinois,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. IS. Riclia,rcIsoii9
Corner of Front and Oak straatSPortlaB J,
Of Real Estate. Groceries, GeneralMarsba
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. Eichardsok, Auction
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Irou
English Square and Octagon Cast stesl
Horse shoes, Files, Hasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, K. G. Ir
A large assortment of Groceries sndLiqusr
A. B. Richardsojtj Auctioneer
TBI L1BG1ST ill
riXCST STOCK IW
EICH JEWELRY AND
C L. STONE,
"WHOLESALE AD K8T1II. BALKft t
WATCnES aud JEWELRY
No. 107 Front it PORTIANO,
Would invite attention of his frisnis l
the public to his Large and Choice Assort"
From the most Celebrated Makers f
Howard & Co.. lio.aton ; Apelton &, Tracr, P
S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mass.; Elgin Watches Q
Jncot Self-winding Watches; English
Also the be.-tselected STOCK of LA DIE''
IVlTeflt'J r n j
..niviiiA', ui an ue.vcripiiou aa ijls,
which be would be pleased to show to alf O
who may favor him with a call.
AGENT FOR CUAS.E. JACOT WATCHES,
Fine Jewelry and Solid Silver Ware,
Faftcy Articles, 8iiitable for
Silver Watches, of different maters.
Diamond l'ins, Ear-rings an Finger-ring,
Ould Cbatelain Guards and Walch-cbahis,
Gold Necklaces, Armlets, Crosses, Locksts,
Gold Uieast-iiis, Ear-rings, Finger-rinf s,
Gold Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings am" Bohrass' P sil
Moss Agate Setts, Rings and Cuff Buttons;
Wedding Rings, made of para gold,
pressly for that purpose.
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Opera ad Marine Glasses;
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glass6s
.soliil Silver Napkin Rings.
Silver Fruit and Butter Knives.
Solid Siler Table and Tea Spoons.
Relators, Seth Thomas Clocks, Marifr
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, Ac.
All fhe abote articles sold Cheapfor Casfa
and warranted as represented..
Particular attention given to repairing
and adjusting of Chronometers, Duplex and
R Ij STONK
nov24tt 107 Front st. Portland, Oregott.-
TO YOUX(J MENJ
TO YOU BELON'O fflE FtrtfJRE Or'
our beautiful and fast growing Stat,
Soon the shrill whistle nf th lunv urvnuv
as he comes tmoking across this reat coa
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry,! wiH
"GOOD TIME COMING'
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughter
will be called to fill the new avenues ot Busf
ness. Evefvone should orenare for an
. z i - -
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE,
Great chantrA hnA Kdan tvaa ;n
mercial affairs of Oregon in a few vearsv
"111 x At. j . . . -
t uai tup Qeveiopements ot our State will b
in the fwture, i.s a nswi which depend
unon the HSJSIVF'nS fjff A f AK'in TVrttrt
of her Young Men.
w uuin ttie past roar yaars af ontia
National Business Colleft,
of Portland, Oregon, has seh out S6RE
of young men fully trrtalifted, and man f
""' c hvw Hinag aign ana lucrative po
sitions m the Banks. Countinor-Rooms and
Stores of oar State. So great is the demand?
that Business men have been frequently1
compelled to send East for assistance. N
enterprising, studious Young Man who hag-passed-
through the prsssitibed coura f
studrea" ai this
has complained for want cf a situation- and
at good salary, too.
J-very faciliy is here fforded acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
TIIE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE1?
After having completed the Theorr'.- n J
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect 6f thoronghly fa'mifiarii
ing him with all the minutr ot real bnsruefs.
The courje of study embraces fAmble and
Single Entry BooR-Kceprgr, Commercil
Arithmetiey Commercil Law, Correspon -ence.
Business Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc., combining theory
Strperior advantages for securing a thorough,
GERMAN, ITALIA X. ETC
For full particulars, call' at the College Of
fice. in Carter's buildings comer of Front
and Alder street, (entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send'for cicular. Address
DeFRANCE & JAMES,
Savierr LaRoqne & Co.,
HB-Keep constantly on hand fo sale
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed. Fa,ai
purchaiiinjtfeedniust faroisb the ea.