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AVUlh in. 1.'
Su A n-i.icno.v. A- V
known citizen'of this co-my.
it'll at It is
residence on the J'" 'hr
v al :
lesidcttce on in !. . - i
'V ,11;- r i" -It.il-t. twenty-
f J -s hi- wiJow anil a daughter lo
I i.u V--s und : circle ot lrieuds
mourn in- , .
Lo was ciiu.iieu. in -
man of s en
t lin r integrity, direct l:otn's
lions, in tin- dischaige ot his
lations of I iff. I"'
ci.nnnui'.iiy in wmci .e -
l.HhurtiSv in th.-ir sad bereavement, li
the loss of a good citizen ami a lino man.
-.lno,.s7d. (-1'. -) Bniltll,..
The deceased, A. W- White, was the
eldest brother of Cat. W. L. White of
this city, who Las been Tor many years a
resident amongst 3, twenty-two
years of tli State.
i :.., I... i:-t-..j ili-iri'4 Willi
Jutv List. The following named per
sons hurt V.eea drawn to serve as jurors
at the special term of the Circuit Court,
to le held in this city on tlie 'i'Jih hist. :
Cbus. Uwen'mgs. C. 1'. tlleasuil, V- M.
fiiii. 'arson. f'eo.tiitldns, I .Canj'.hers. John
C. Wolgamat. 11. Fellow, J. it During.
( hiti Price. John I'iilimiteer, A. J. Stout.
U. (J Moody. A.ni Sander, W H- Slai k-weuir.t-r,
Joseph Wright, W. B. I'arllow.
E. U". Swail'ord, I'eter Wilson. J. L.
Stnithor. Ii. V. Short. Jonathan Winner.
James Elton, A- J.Siubb. Edward Koibos,
(J. (J. Smi h. Will Eiongton, Francis
'"cvenou, i'eter i'aqued, James Garret.
O.h'j Kriise. Knocli Sisirvin.
Ukavv Ei.ast. Yesterday afternoon a
lieavy blast was. let off" at the Locks
which threw pieces of rock on this side of
!e' river. (Me' stone si ruck a Lal:-bree.I
n. inn-. 1 Dick iLiwe on the head, inflicting
a seven wound on his forehead. Anoiher
ink struck the roof of Mr. Loirus"
jiud m i
shoji pi'.vsir.g througli
; S e.l
iiinir in the cieS!
jxuir.iis. and a: o 1
windo'.v of Mr
r. .s r'.i-
leiice, i iking Mrs. F. on the stunilijer.
bill, doing no scri'iii-J damage. We under
stand that jivecau l ion will be taken to
avoid .such accidents in the future.
A.voiiiKi: Mtr.r.Kit. Henry C. Eerr'mgev,
better keowu in this place as Ciay Holes,
v as shot this morning about 4 o'clock
by James fj.trdon. at Linn Ci'3-. and died
ubout 7 o'clock. The idiot took eifect at
the, thigh shattering the leg bone iti'.o
pieces. Eo'h fuinies Itavc been engaged
in ti-ldng. and il ajijoars that C'- v Ion had
destroyed ihe boat belonging to Leri inger.
who nt lo ihe house lo asceriain
W hetht -r i
was Guidon l h ; t did i: or not.
in.nelia'ey shot him. We
the (iar.ie-1 Imve not bern i n
ins for sometime. Murders aie
freijuent in liiis conn ty.
Eon rise delivered;;! lect
al. the Court House,
!), i's preservation, ami its restora-
!us, in'ii dniil -a hlidiit flw no r,f
delivers a lect tin
ur.ir to men alone. I, emir otherwise
iged we were unable to attend last
even i i
Cki.kj:PlAT!o.x. We are informed t'n t
the meuiiieii ol the I. O. O. F. in Yamhill
county have combined and proposo to
have nroeest'im, inusfo, oraiiun. Ac. Mr.
Cha. E. Waireu, of tilts city lias been in
vited to deliver tlso address.
Ect will le very iutereslin
C'x'.i.vui. We had ihe pleasure if a call
from M i s. A. J. Duidway, editress of the
Yec X: -.' !( si. yesterday. She informs
u- that she had quite a revival at Lafay
ette fur the cause id' Woman Suffrage, and
that her cause goes marching on.
Thespeciil term of the Circuit Court
will be held on Monday, April
2!)'h. instead of the 2fi(h. as announced in
oiw last is.-me. fur the trial of several
eases, which may be found in the adver
Nkaki.y Di:nvKi. -V couple of young
men were in a skiff last Tuesday, opposite
Judge Can field's landing, when the boat,
upset, and one of the young men nearly
drowned before lie was rescued.
Hor-K i on Sai.i:. A comfortable house
and two lots on the Li!I are advertised for
sale. It is a desirable home for any per
son, the house U nearly new and pleasant
Cai.ti'o B.u.i. . We are interred thai
there will be a calico ball given at Myer's
Hall next Friday evening. The beauty
and fashion of our town are expected to
Skwim; SotaFTV. The Ladies' Sewing
Society of the Episcopal Church will meet
next Tuesday afternoon, at the residence
of Mrs. A. Noltner.
W'n.r. Cki.khatk. We learn that it is
the intention of Oregon Lodge. No. .. I.
O. O. F. to have a celebration next Fri
day. The programme is not yet settled
upon. It will be given in our next.
Nkw Goons. A. Levy has just received
B new stock of spring and summer goods,
which he is offering at a low figure. Give
li s in a call.
Arcnox. Mr. Wm. Singer proposes to
sell his entire stock of furniture at auction
oa the 27th inst.
Ix Tiavx J. R. Ualston, Esq., formerly
pf this city, now of Lebonan, arrived in
R.EMKr.;r.u. There will bo a special
meeting ol the Vestry of St. Paul's Church
;ate will have on hand this fall
out $100,000 as the proceeds of the
t'swamp land swindle."' r his sum could
have been ia the State treasury ton years
ago, bat instead of that, the incompetency
ot rascality of the Radical officials nearly
lost the entire grant to the Slate. This
swimtte ' ia put vac wmtuu iu lue
Goon Selkctiox. Hon. C. P. Bellinger
was placed in nominal ioa by the district
delegation f01- the oflicc of rroseciu:rr
Attoruey uf this District. Mr. IE is a
citizen of East Portland, a lawyer of
good ubiiifie?. an honest man. and reliable
Democrat, and if he is elected will make
a goed and faithful officer.
lYrt.tc Spkaslm.;. Gov. Grover will
address tho people of this city and vicinity.
on me political issues cf tha da-
fiTilijlir- 4.U ".-!,
J -s-LJ j .i'lU UUU.
i I'roccedings of the -State Democratic
Pursuant fo a call of the Democraic
rateCen;rul Committee the Convention
,,?somb!cd at The Dalles on W. dni-sday.
! A nil If - 172. and was Called to order at
j l;i o'clock a. m. by lion. Eon. Hay, ieu,
i Chairman of the State Central Committee;
; w Leienpon ihe oUowtnjr tcii'.jK r.-.ry o 11 -j
eers were elected: Hun. J. V. Xe-jni:li. jf
i I'o'.k. Chairman: Mart. V. Ilrown. of Linn.
Secretary; Een. L. No! den. of M ultnotn-Ah.
Assistant Secretary; ami O. S. Savage, ol
Wasco. Sei eant at-Arms.
On motion, the following gentlemen
were ai poinied a enmie.it'ee on creden
tials: J. 11. Neil, John F. Miller. IE W.
Morrison. N. II. dates, and -f. II. Frr.it.
On motion the. following gentlemen were
appoin'ed a committee on organization
and cider of business: J. C. Averv, E.
Colby. J. C. Carroll, A. II. Erown, J. M.
On molten, tlie representatives of the
press who were present were invited to
convenient seals, within the bar.
On mo:ion. the Convention took a re
cess until 1 o'clock p. mv
Onk o'clock v. m. Ce-UYcri'ion met
pl.rsoant to adjouriiment.
The ct mmittee on credential reported
ihe following delegates entitled lo seats
in i his Convention :
Jackson county J. U. Neil by Dr. El
lis, proxy: W. A. Childers by J.U.Neil,
proxy ; Ma'heu Fountain by Neil, prow;
W. F. Simmer by Neil, prow; L. P. C.
Duncan by Neil, proxv ; James Miller by
Neil, proxy; Jacob Winner T. (EEieh
ni'iml. proxy; Eenjamiu Ilaymoud by L.
F. Mosht r. proxy.
Douglas County L. F. Mosher; James
Eurneit by iiosLcr. proxy; Aaron liose
bv .uosLer. proxv: A. iui ;s ly .Motier.
Ellitr bv Mother, proxy:
F. LI. ii ill by . If. Lowe, proxy; 1-. Sa di
es liu by II. II. leisve. i'o.y.
Cor.s county U. II Lowe. William
Tnrjiin by l,owe, proxy: J,
Curry county W i 1 1 ia m
Jas. Allien, proxy.
Josephine county A. L.
O. Uiehmond. ju oxy; T.
Vv'aldon by T.
, Patterson by
JJenttin ouiiicy J. C. Avery. Green ber
ry Smith. John Euineii. IE S. Sirahun by
Eurneit.' l'l'oxy ; John T. Hughes by
Smith, proxy; John Foster.
Marion county John F. Miller, William
Cosjicr.C. Curl.T. 11. Caun by William
Tliomjison. jurxv; E. F. Coltiy. K. C.
Kinney, F. E. Kldridge by J. C. Perry,
proxy'; J. C, Ferry, F. Malhevv, W. J.
1 lerrin. J. 1". Ei ovn.
Linn county George II. Helm. M. V.
Erown, Nimnv.i Price. J. Wlieeler. J. J.
Crabtree. Proton M linkers' by A. Huckle-m-in.
jo oxy ; Part. Curl, John Settle by
W M.Smith juoxv; O. P. Coshow, 11. F.
End 1. J. 1 1. Smith" P. Fallow.
Multnomah county Dr. J. A. Chapmen,
E. A. Croi.iu. Al. Zi. ber. IE J. Ladd. E. J.
Ji lilies. C. Il alii rty, I. C. Carroll. Thomas
K an. Pen. E. Nonlen, (Jeorge L. Curry.
Washington county Uiysse.s Jackson.
J. E. Shiuette. J. A. Eichaidsou, J. H.
Columbia cotinfy Squire Benuett, 3. A.
-IE W. Morrisou.
Wasco ci.urit v II
M. Eeall, IE kerri-
son. N. 11. (Jates.
Emaiilla coHiitr J. IE Fruit. O. F.
Clark. II IE Ca dwell by W. IE Earnhart.
proxy; IE C. Puge b) L. Kerr, proxy; J.
A. 1 ioreiice.
Union county --A. C. Sm'u'i. A.C.Craig.
T. 1. Uhir.ehart hy A. C. Smi h, juoxv ;
John .Miller by A. C. Craig, jiro.vy.
Haker ceu'ity A. II. Erown. G. W.
Lake by Ilt'o.wu. juoxy: James Odeil by
itrown. pvix ; il. 11 Chandler by Erown.
proxy; IE P. C Euvch by Erown. proxy;
J. E. Gidliu by Drown, pmxy.
Grant coun! V. E. Laswell. George
Ch.miberlain. E. E. Turk by Ceovge Cliatn
beilain. proxy; Tlionia Howard by Geo.
Cl-a i i ber I a it) , p lo v.
Polk ci.umv J.'Vv. Nesmith.E. McDan-
iel. J. E. V. Euiler. E F. Lurch. W.D.
.leilVeys ty J. IE ihiski-t. proxy; 11. N. Y.
Holmes. 'L'. (E Uichmond.
Yamhill county J. IE Upton. P.. F
Lewis by Upton, proxy; J. C. Eraley, J.
C. Nelson. J. Grazier. J. C. CU!eiu.
Lane county - John M . Thomson. J. J.
Walton. Jr . J. P. Hoi; by Thomson, poxy ;
Era is S. I i ay. J ohu
Do vs. proxv; Jesse
Whi aker by (i. J
Cox by E G .y.
nroxy : E. W. Ehea
A. M. Osburii by '1 horns ui. jiroxy.
by White, j roxy; J. .V. Burnett
Young, proxy; W. E. P arkley.
ill v Unrepresented
w;ij adopted and
committee tli.-ch irgeJ.
1 lie. committee on organization and or
der of bu-iness submitted the following
report, w hich was. on motion, adopted :
To the Democra ic State Convention :
We. youv c-'mmittee on permanent or
gaui. uton and order of business respect
iul!y fuibgnit th; following report: We
recommend the following gentlemen for
jiermanent officers of this Convention :
lion. J. W. Nesuuth. President. ; .Mart. .
Brown. Esip. Secretary ; Ben. L. Norden.
Esij., Assitant Secretary O. S. Savage.
Esq . Serge.in t at-Arms.
OllPKK OK llUSIXKSS.
1. Selection of Committee on Resolu
tions. 2. Nomination of a candidate for Con
gress. :E Nominal ion of three candidates for
4. Election of six delegates to tho Dem
ocratic National Convetion.
.". Selection of a State Central Commit
tee. G. Selection of placa for holding next
7. Ratification of District nominafions.
J. C. Avery, Chairman.
Hon. J. W. Nesmith. on assuming his
duties as President of the Convention, de
livered ihe following address: which
will be found elsewhere.
At the conclusion of the President s re
in, uks. on motion, ihe following gentlemen
were appointed a committee on platform:
George L. Curry, ot Mullnom ih. Chair
man; J . R. Neil, ol 'Jackson; L. F. Mosher.
of Douglas; It. H. Lowe, of Coos; James
Aiken of Curry; T. G. Richmond, of Jos
ephine; J. C Avery, of Benton; J. F. Mil
ler, of Marion; Mart. V. Brown, of Linn;
Ulysses Jackson, of Washington; S. Ben
nett, of Columbia; IE W. Morrison, of
Clatsop; N. II. Gates, of Wasco; J. II.
Fruit, of Umatilla: A. 0. Smith, of Union:
A. IL L'rown. of Baker; W. B. Laswell. of
Grant; IE N. V. Holmes, of Polk; J. IE
Upton, of Yamhill; J. M. Thompson, of
Lane; A. Noltner. of Clackamas.
On ni'ition, the Convention took a recess
until 1 j). in.
Fotii o'clock p. m. Convention met.
and was ascertained that the committee on
platform were not ready to report, where
upon the Convention took a further recess
until 7 p. m.
tvuxixo s ess, : o x.
:.kv:x o'clock n. m. The cctnmittco on
resolutions submitted the following pl.it-
1 1 01 ta, wLicn was on motion, unammousiv
n was on motion, unanimously
Piatform wiilbe fuund eise"-
Nomination of a candidate for Con
gress being now in order, the to! lowing
. gcnuemeri vt re propiwd to the Lo.iveu-
i tioa as cmutdates; Ceo. R. Helm, of
Linn ; Bet.jumin Ilayden, of Polk : John
Burnett, of Eeiiton : J. II. Slater, of
Fitst ballot Helm. 30 ; Ilayden, 21 ;
Burnett. o' : Slater. Illl.
Second baiEu Ileiin.32 ; Ilavden, 20 :
Burnett. 3 f ; Slater. 32.
Third ballot Helm. 2? Ilayhen, 21;
Burnett, 3b' ; Slater. 32.
Fourth ballot Helm. 37 ; Ilayden, 10;
Burnett, 33 fc pater, J-'.
Fif.h ballot Ileitn. oO ; Ilayden, 20 ;
Burnett, 38 ; Slater. 30. - -
After the fifth ballot the names of
Messrs. Ilayden and Slater were with
d. aw n.
Sixth ballot Helm. 47. ; Burnett. 71.
Tne Chair having announced that Mr.
Cui'iiett bad received a majority of nil
the votes cast, he was unanimously de
claied, by acclamation, the nominee of
ihe Democracy ot On-gou fcr Uepiesenta
tive to Congress.
Nomination of three candidates for
Presidential Electors being next in order,
ihe fallowing gentlemen were pnosed
lo the Conveirion : George It. Helm, of
Linn; L. F. Lane, .,f Dongl s; N. IE
Gates, of Wasco ; O. II umason, of Wasco
Upon the vote being taken, ibe follow
ing was announced us the result : Helm,
US ; Lane. 11.3 ; Gates, 1 ; Hiun ipon.43
The chair un.uou need that Messrs.
Helm. Lane and Gates, having, each re
ceive 1 a majority of all the votes cast.
were lilt; nominees, jt 1 Te.-iJcnilal liec-
The following named gentlemen were
elected by acclamation as Delegates to
the National Democratic Convention : A.
Eush. of Marion ; J. T. Glenn, of Jack
son ; Al. Zielier. of MuLnomah ; J. V
Virtue, of Uaker i O. S. Savage, of Wasco:
E. F. Colby, of Marion.
"i'he toiloing State Central Committee
we.s appointed : J. A. Chapman, of Mult
nomah. Chairman ; Benjamin Haymond.
of Jackson : A. Pose, of Douglas; W. H.
Jackson, of Cods. ; William Tichenor, ol
Curry ; A. L. Waldron. of Josephine ; J
C. Avery, of Pen ion ; G. W. Gray, ot
Marion ; N. Ik Cranor. of Linn ; F. A
Bai c-y, of Washinirton ; Y. A. Musgrove,
of Columbia ; A. Van lusen, of Clat-sop .
Victor Trevitt.of Wasco ; IE C. Paige, ol
Umatilla ; A. C. Craig, of Union ; J. D.
II tines, of Baker ; J. W. Baldwin, of
Grant ; II. N. V. Holmes, of Folk ; J. H.
Upton, of Yamhill ; J. J . Walton, Jr., of
Lane ; W. L. White, of Clackamas ; W.
II Faucet t, of Tillamook.
The following Judicial District nomina
tions were ratified by th Convention :
First District F. r Judge. P. P. Print,
of Jackson : for District Attorney, J- It
Neil, of Jackson.
Second District--For District Attorney.
C. W. Fi-ch. of Lane.
Third District For District Attorney,
J. J. Shaw, ot Marion.
Fourth District For District Attorney,
C. B. Bellinger, of Multnomah.
Fifth Ph irict For District Attorney,
W. IE Li -well, of Grant.
On motion the Convention proceeded
to vote fiT the place of holding the next
State Convention, with the following re
sult : Portland (10, Salem ."2, Eugene Cily
P). El e isburg 0.
The Chair announced that Portland had
Tlie !o llowing resolutions T.erc unani
7iV.sor, 1. That the members of this
Convention return their liiauKs to its
officers for the efficient manner in which
they have performed their respective
2. That we return our acknowledg
ments to the Oregon Steam Navigation
C impany for favors and courtesE- ex
tended to us.
Cn motion the Convention adjo lined
J. "vV.NES.MITTI, President.
Manx V. Bnowx. Secretary.
B. L. Nouiikn. Asst. Sec'y.
-.-.'?, 1. That we the Pernoeratio party
of the State ol Oregon, are jdedged to u
strict construction ol the Constitution, t.l.e
restoration and pieservation of the rights
of the States to regulale their internal affairs.
elective franchise, free
from t:.e Ciiitrol ;f intefeience of the Gen
era! G.'vein men'; the protection of individ
ual rights in ac.ti-rdance with the fund amen
ta! laws of the 'ail', including the lights to
the writ of labe.is crjuis, trial by jury and
free-lom from unreasonable searches ai.d
2. That we are opposed to every species of
con n; tion in all !ep 1 1 1 m eiJs of tlie -.lunici
pal, Stale an I Naiional (jlove nnients.
a. That our motto is, no privileged classes
and no ivii ged capita!.
4. That we are in favor of a tariff t ratse
money only for the necessary expenses o:
the Federal !ove: nai- nt, and not for the
benefit of monopolists.
o. Ihat we view with alarm the flagrant
i nd open violations of the Pons! if ution by
the party nov contndling the Genet al Gov
ernment, in t-,e'p.isa re and enforcement of
the Ifeconst: ti' ilon an I Ku Ivlux laws, and
the corruption a;al fraiul whicli cliaractei i.es
their adiuinistr.it ion of every di'partineut of
Govei nie.eiit, and we pledge ourselves to u-c
all lawful and peaceable means to secure a
spvedy correction of these outrages and
(i. Tiuit the freedom, welfare and rights of
the jK'ople are superior to the interests ol
ineoiporat ioiw, and should be protected
against the ex.-.ctions of oppressive monop-
7. That we favor the appropriation of the
fund aii-ing iiotu the stile of the swamp
lands to p'.rpost s of internal improvements
and the aid of common schools
8. That the construction of locks at the
Falls of the Willamette is a judicious and
effective safe-guard of the commerce of the
Willamette Vallej, and we favor legislation
to the end that the commerce of the Colum
bia river may be in like manner benefited
y. That the thanks of the people of Oj-e-con
are due our present State administra
tion lor its successful efforts in securing to
the State the grants of land which other
wise would have fallen into the bauds of
IIcrh.ui rott Rhode Island! At the
election held last week in Rhode Island,
a State which has always majorities rang
ing fron 4.000 to 8,000 for tho Radicals,
the Democrats elected the Lieutenant
Governor and gained several members o!
Joe Wilson does notlikethe Democyitic
j'latform. How strange that is ! The
Democratic convention should have a"-
lowed htm to dictate the jdatform. lie
might then have been satisfied. It was a
terrible oversight in the Convention not
consulting bis w ishes in that respect.
Disloyal. The Montgomery (Ala.)
Siale Jonrnal is a staunch Radical newf
paper. but it denounces tho ofilee-holders
in Alabama as a "mob."' and therefore it
is held to be disloyal to the party.
At the residence of Mr. Orin Belknap, in
Clarksville, Oregon. March 31st, IS72, by
R v A J Josdu. Mr. Phillip M. Bclknan
and Miss Laura Caittouwine all of Clarks-
St. Pauls ( Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. SelEvood. rector. Services on Sundar
at iiij a.m. and 7 r. )t. Sunday School
and Bible class at -J p. m.
1st Congregational Charch.
Evening Sei vices
. .Seats Free
12 o'clock M.
Kkv. E. Gekky, Acting Ptor
Snndav evening 5 o'clock
Tue.-day evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church, Seats Free.
Morning Services, lo.3o,
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
Cla Meeting following llomiu? Servces.
Praver Meeting Thufsd iv eveninc 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock I'. M.
Rev. E. Gerry responded to Mrs. Duni
way the other evening, and carried off the
Xo II urabug. We d') not wish to inform
you, reader, that Dr. Wonderful, or any
oMi-er-irmi, has discovered a remedy that
cures all dist-a-es i f mind, body or estate,
and is d signed to make our sublunary
sphere a bhsslnl Paradise, to which Heaven
itself shall l-e but a side shi-w, but we rto
wish to iuform yon that Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy has cured thousand of ca-es of
Catarrh in its worst forms and stages, and
the ju-opi it-tor will p y -J500 for a case ot
this loathsome disease that he canuot cure.
Sold bv di ugi.-ts.
By using Hall's Yeetable Sicilian Hair
Rem ver30ur l air will resume its original
itaaty and color.
The True (aonnili of oiiii'ltiUf.
Whence comes that ftim leiianee, that ahso
lute, v.nJoubting faith in the efficacy of IIos
tetter's Stomach Bitters as a remedy for in
digestion, billions disorders, intermittent and
remittent fevers, which rotot iously prevail
in all parts of the United States? This con
fidence ha been growing f r twenty years,
and it is still extending." It is t the. result
of credulity;; it has not been engendered by
any human device, bat is the spontaneous
and natural consequence of experience.
What peeple see daily going on under their
oivn evt$.they cannot question. W lien fam
ilies in urdiealtEy districts that resort to this
wholesome vcgetabk tonic, as a preventive,
e-cape periodical fevers, and tluir inuncli
ate ueighbors, who negjeU this precaution,
are prostrated by the disease, bow is it jios
sihle tlait thd phenomenon sho -.dd be with
out i's lesson?. In like manner whfn it is
seen that obstinate cases ot dyseDsi.a, of
liver complauit, o consiijation, of nei vous
weakness, and of general debility, yield to
the operatLo-t of the famous remedy, how
can even incredulity itself withhold, its en
dorsement,? Eyewitnesses of th salutary
etf.cts of the Hitters are to bn found in ev
ery civilized settlement on this continent.
The thousands tqion thousands who owe
their icsto.atioa to health and strength, 01
their preservation from sickness, to its ex
traordinary medicinal projei ties, are enthu
siastic, in its juaise. The multitudes who
make public their est mat ot its virtues,
are ahvavs ready to state their reasons for
the faith "that is" in them. They have ali
either felt, or witnessed its beneliceut opera
tions. l'.Xl,i,.S. BACA?IS51KXT "tO. i, I. O. v .
F. Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
ITPST AND Till UI) TUMSDAV EVENING
of each m rnth.. Patrurchs in good staad
inu are 'n.vited to attend.
l eh. S.
For the very bet photographs, go to lh ad
lev & Rulofs ni's Gal'ery wiihovt STAIU.
ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, Pit)
Montgomery Street, San Fraitei co.
REAL ESTATE- DEALER.
OliUf, fto. Ci l-ioit Street,
REAP ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST POiiTEAND, in the most desirable
loealilies. consisting of EoTS, HALF
HI-Ot'KS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated BANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
PEAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for ( 'orresnondents, in this E1TV
and throughout the STATES and TEKRI
TORll'.S, with great rare and 011 the most
A I) V A N TA GEO US T E It .MS.
BOUSED and STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. A'id 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
and pou-ward the same to tho above address.
Feb. 3, IsTl.
INFALLIBLE WORM SYRUP FOR CHIL
DREN. Messrs. !viiu & Ilrollici s, Whole
sale and Retail Me-chants, Canby Station,
Orejion. are oiv an t ! oi ized agents for the
salt: of the Infallible Worm Syrup, who will
constantly keep a snpjdv on hand.
" DR. J. W. VAN DEN BERG 1 1.
Salem, March 'J'J, ls7.tf
Imp ii taiit to tliv I.:i;l!es.
I have jiist received a supply of Clark's
'pool C'otton.O.I and Needles, to suit the
r- biituee Sewing Machine, which arc for sale
at the lowest market price.
I go to San Fraiici-co to purchase goods
for the Spring tear e on the in xt trip of tlie
Oriilamme. So look out for a fine su ck at
1 educed rate-i.
Narch 2;;:tf THOMAS CHAItMAX
MiilliiuHiati L(il; Sn. 1, A. K. ami
A Holds its regular communica
V"'v'tions on the Fit-it and Th ird .Satur-f?-7y
in each monih, at 7 o'clock from
the 20th of September to tho 20th of
March, and 7i o'clock from the 20th of
March to the Vfoth ot September. Breth
ren in good standing are invited to attend.
Dec. -J3.1 S70, By order of W. M.
Tntiksfstios,- is the cause cf ninp-tnfhs of ell
diseases the livintr niachinn is subject tot Give
tono to the sUomnch and digestive ortrans. and ou
will save more than half in your doctor's bills.
r. lfi-tiIy'N .li-lira I.VI. tl ii t?v ar; recom-
mendi'd by all physicians to Dtspeftics and for
all Complaints of t'e Liver and DiorsTiva
Okgans. See advertisement in another column.
Oregon Lodge So. 3, I. O. of O. F".
os'.!. iRets every Thnrschij' even
inS at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
'j,vivs 1Ja!ii .Maui s ec-t.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
15 V order. V. i.
Kvlierca Diijicc Lodge No. '4, . O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in O Id Fellows
Hall. Members of the Legree aie invited to
at ten d.
Blanks. All kind- of blanks can be
had at this office Job. Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
JuaT received bv
HAVE JEST RFDElVED A COMPLETE
and w ell-assorted stock of
AD GEXTLDiEXS' FI RMSI11NC GOODS,
Which I will tell at rcdaced prices.
Call and examine my ttoclr, before purchas
Trolnce Taken in Exchange for Goods.
Main street, Oregon City.
Circuit Court rsaotice.
State of Oregon. 5
Cocxtv of Clackamas. '
Circuit Court of thft State of Oregon for
the County of Clackamas.
XX VACAT'OX FTKR THE MARCH
te.tn, A. D., 17 2: Now on this eleventh
day cf April. W2, it is ordered and ap
pointed by the uedersig' ed Circuit Judge in
the 4th Judicial DEtriet x said State, and
presid-ng .Paige in the said Court, that a
term of the sa:d Court be In Id at the Circuit
Couit ioom, at the Court House in said
county, commencing n Monday the 2uth
day of April, IsTl', for the transaciion of the
business following: to wit, for the trial of
the following cases, namely :
The case of the State of Oregon against
Mirhael McCi iunck, in which the said Mich
eal M Cot mick is accused of the crime of
The case of the State of Oregon agiinst
Jacob Engel, in which the sui I Jacob Eeget
is acc lsed ot the ciimt of murder.
The case of the State of Oregon against
Jim, an Indian.
Toe case of James M. Moore against Got
leib Greaj e.
And the eae of Cans against Gans.
And also for the convening a id selection
of a Grand Jury, and of triul j u ies, the em
panneliing ui l organiz ng a trrand jury for
siifcl term, and a ay aad ail proper uciion and
jiroceedincs of such pratid jury in any and
er.ch of the cases a!ove mentioned iu which
the State of Or. gon is a party.
Jt is ordered -and appointed ihat said te: 1:1
tt" held on aid twenty ninth day of Ajnil,
lb72. and until tlie lu'rther order of the said
Court. W. W. UPTON,
Filed April l.'th, 172. at 0 o'clock, p. in.
J. M. FAZER, Clerk.
House For Sale.
A DWELLING HOUSE CONTAINING
t V. seven rooms, s tuated on the hill, is ot
tered for s ile on reasonable terms. For par
ticulars apply to Geo. Harding at tlie Itanium
Saloon, or to Henry Harding ut the Lincoln
Oregon City, April H, 1S7'. tf
Corvt y The a sen En's Oi-tm e,
Clackamas County, Oregon.
COUNTY WARRANTS OF CLACK A
nias, endrosed for interest pr.nr to No
ember 1 lib, ls71, will be paid on pre.-en'a-lion
at the County Trci.s iter's cilice at Ore
gon C.ty, Or. gon.
Interest will cease from this date.
11. SAFFA EUAN'S. Treasurer.
On gon City, April I'J'rh. lbTJ. w4
CH AS. E WA It II It K.
HUELAT &, WAR ESS
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE CUAUMAX'S 11U1CK, MAI"" STUEET,
OIIEOON CITY, O:iEG0N
March 5, ls72:tf
D E U T I s
)OOM 2 DEKUM'S I5UILDE"E CORN-
V er First and Washington Sts., Pot ilaud-
.Nuruus, Oxide adunuistered. irSt..
t. H3. POPS,
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY Q5GGEBIES,
COFFEE, TEA , SUGAR,
FLOUR AND Ml-.ALof all kinds,
PICKLES, SO T, SALT,
CANNED FKU1TS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinJs of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
BUTTER. CHEESE and EGOS,
TOliACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce t iken in ex-
clianiri; fur tjoods at the highest mai ket rates.
"t'"l ji ods debreied in the city free of
;ir(;e. A f.iir share of pAtionae solicited.
March .j, l&72:tf '
REAL ESTATE, E.SAL ESTATE
JACOB ST1TZEL, C. C. WAY.
SUCCESSORS' TO STITZEL & UPTON.,
A N I)
Cor. front ami aliiiigton Sts.,
P O Ii T L A XD, O R E G OX ,
Special attention given to the saleol farm
irg lands and city property. All corres
poVidencc relating to the iccources of Ore
gon will be promptly ans.wered-
HSAL ESTATE JCTJUNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of cliarga to
J JACOB STITZEL & CO.
March 15, 1R72:tf
JUST RECEIVED AT -
X. SIS 31.X
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, SlC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kin Is bought, for which I
pa' ihe highest niaiket juice.
If you desire irood Goods, at LOW Brief s,
call at E J" IR.L1 N'li'S, and examine l.U fresh
stock of Spr.ng ioods.
GIVE ME A CALL AXD CONVINCE
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AXD SMALL
Aoril 14. l7I:tf
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undor-unied has been duly apnointod Ad.
rainistnitrix of the Estate of Lawjcuce Hums,
dceca-ed, Int of Clie"ja'oa cunty; therefore,
ali persons havintr claims against said Estate are
required to j.reent them tome, properly veritied,
at the atfW of Johnson & Met .'own, -within six
months from date.
MARY A. BURNS,
Admr'x of the Estate of Lawrence Uurus, dee'd.
.X dlNsi )N & MtCOWX, Att'ys.
March 1S72. Tna!5w4
Savier, LaRcqne & Co.,
"S-Reep constantly on basd foi sale
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Fced.Par'ies
t-jqo.tnling feed Cist furnish the sacks.
BOOT AMD SHOE HOUSE!
Fall and Winter Trade,
AV1XG RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Style in
Ladies' anil Gents'
-L R P 3 ?
VTe will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons and
the public yeneraily.
We h-.ive received from Xew York a few
ne.ir 01 vticuiaieu M.runi eit.SA
BUTTON Fft;NTS, by which a Lace Sho
can l e turned into a ben utifal But torn Gaiter
Will take orders fur the same t any tiiua.
We have the Best and Lat)t Styl in
Misses' and Children's Lutton Gai era and
U ilmorals th:it are imported, but for goi-d
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own ntake. We Warrant
them in every respect.
Seven entirely New Stvles of Ladies nnd
Misses' ItUBEEKS. T 4 Xills.m. t'onress,
M.ir:e Antoinette, Queen's Gcruuin, Velvet
Front am' Alaska. Light, . is'i Durable
and Neat Fii ting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Bring cn your feet.
v.v czs a
y -n t '
X iV U. tmi i. i
COME AND SEE
PROTZHAIJ, C-ILLIHAN & CO.,
Cor- Front and IIcrrisGn Sts-,
PORTLAND, REG OX.
Dee. 1 . 1s71:tr
OitKtjox Crrr, Ottt-coN. jf
rpiHS POPULAR HOUSE HAVTXt; Re-n
1. lately REFITTED and FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aocconuno
date their ce.sto.i ers with ll ED-FINISHED
double or sit.ttle ro; tns. Tk'-v invite all tlmsa
fond of a GOOD ME L and a GOO ll BED.
ti call ai.d tive them a trial, for they are
confident they Cit juoase everybody, because
they know bow to keep a H ti l.
Prices to suit the times and Evektbody,
according to the rooms occupied.
Attached to the House is a
For the accommodation of csutomers.
MERRIAM & FOURMER,
.Tine D.. Is7':tf Proiuietors.
7 ROM THE UXPERSf ED. LIVING AT
Caueniah, ab ut tlie oth i nst , a S01 rel
Mare, ab-ut tifteeu hands high; six years
old; small white streak in the fort-Lead, with
saddle marks; shod all around. Any person
returning sad mare or giying inf rmation of
her whereabouts, will be suitably rewarcd.
WM. IE M R3 HA L.
Caneniah, Feb. 22, 1;72.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE-
POETXAIID. - - OREGON.
GEO, jL. CETISHY,
DEALER IX REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Seiecling Swamp and Orei-
Faini Land ' sold and purchasers obtained
for ail kinds of landed propeitv.
Val'iab'e securities transferred ia exchange
for reul estate.
Loans nejrot iated on prc.jieriy, tnii titles
examined and deterndneil.
"?onimi:ions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE Xo. I t ('ni ter's Building, corner
of Alder and Front stieets.
Feb. :s. 1 -7o:t.f
AVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
Tlie Bakery will be constantly supplied
BREAD, CP. VCKERs",
GANDIE- AXD NUTS.
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember thai we do not sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
monev to do business.
To the fat ruing trade we would say, CAH
for you. produce, and CASH tor our goods.
Goods delivered to all parts of tlie city.
Feb, M, L-7-l:tf
In tl County Court loi CLuUaww county, State
A. MEiK, Plaintiff,
ji Civil net ion to recover
1.. jv. e 1 1 .suj , nci t. )
To the above named Defendant:
VlOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AND RE
quired to appear in the above entitled
(ourt and answer to the complaint- of the p.1 On
tin, tiled iu the above entitled action, within ten
days is cm the date of the t-erviee of this sum
mons upon you, if served in Clackamas count v;
and if served in any other county tf this State!
. . . .-Tl.. . . ' T .- . . I
tnen v.ittun twenty uays trom sueh service; and
it serveil t-y pit 1.1 1e.1t ion, you are notified and re
qu-.teitto appear and answer said complaint on
or l-etore tne 1st .Uonuay m Jlav, 1ST 2, that be
iua th - iirt day of the next terra of the County
Court tvrOax-.kar.ms eouul.y, Orepon, which will
bf; liei J next . aiu r the expiration of tin- period
preMTUH'..! ry tne ora -r ol said Court for the pub
liea'ionot t'.is M.niin ns; and if vou fail sj to
appear and answer, the phuuUti' vi!l take judg
ment aMmst y,,u tor the sum of ? 'AH 40, with
le-al interest from June 7th, 187 1, and for costs
ana uisour.-cmenot this action; the said action
iK-ini nroup-nt ty j ;auititt to recover the atore
said balance due on book account for mcrehan
ilise soia lietenn.mt l,v idamtilf. A?,l x-on
turtlier notified, that the Hon. J. K. Wait, Jud-e
ot County Court, on tlie 5th day of Febru
ary, 1872, made an ovder directing tlie summons
tobesrve i by publication in the Oregon City
Liiterprise for six sueeessive weeks.
WARREN &: EOHBES,
-.larch I, 1S72:w6 PIS 's AH vs.
O A r j D SAWS
Mill supplies. Address
BERRY & PLACE,
112 California St. Saxi Franci3Co.
'5' VV' f And eve' v descript'on
Xi-'--' J '--v'J..f r.vod.Vorkina- Ma-
AUCTION AT D COMMISSION
A 13. Ilielardsoii,
Corner of Frost and-Oak atreU,r9rtItg.
Qf Ul Estate, Groceries, GenraliIerho
djse and llorsas,
JEh-ery Wednesday and Saturday f
A. 13. IIichardsov, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE,
English refined Bar and Bundle Iroa
English Square and Octagon Castetr
Horse shoes. Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iroD, R. G. Iron
A large assortment of Groceries andLiqri.
A. 13. UiciiiiDsoN, Auctiocstc
riO YOU BELONG THE FUTURE OF
JL our beautiful and fast growing StaU.
Soon the shrill whistle of the 1KOK IIORSE
as be comes mokinJr across this sreat co-,
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
ot the Nation's Wealth and Industry, wiU
"GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon.3 own Sous ad Daiirhtra.
will be calhd to till the new avenues or BubU
ness. Everyone shculd prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the ora-. -mercial
flairs of Orf son in a few rers
What the developtrEneuts of our State will b
in the future, is a question whith depend
upon the PL'SINESS QUALI TICA TlOSa
of her oung Men.
Within the past fonr jrs f afciaac
National Eusiness Celled
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of yimtii men fully qualified, and niar.y f
whom are now Idling h gli ami luct alive po
sitions in the Batiks. Counting-Rooms and
Stores of our State. So great is the d.emnd
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to Fend East lor as-istance. N
eiitcrprisinjr, s-tudions Young Man who hi a.
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want cf a situation ami
at good salary, too.
Every faciliy is here fforded acuir-i
S0UPJB EUSII-JESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he ia
introduced into a
MLXIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the eSect of Thoroughly familiaria--.
ing him with all the minutiai ot real busineos.
The course of study embracess-Double and
single Entry Hook-Keeping, Commercil
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspoa
etice. Business I'emitansh p, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc. , combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
O R X A M E N T A L P E X M A X S I II P.
GEILMAX, ITALIAN'. F.TO
For full particulars, call at the Collcee Of
fice. in Gaiter's buildings corner of Front
and Alder streets, (entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
EeFHAKTJE &. JAEIES,
PORTJL.VXD, O REG 02?.
Merch 31. lS71:vl
FPY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ANDk
ic- enter ot sale, issued out of the Circuit Court
of tlie Ht.-tte of irejoji, for the county of Claeka
rnns, dated the 27ti day of M:urchx A. P., 1872.
and to me directed, pursuant to a decree in favor
ot J. U. . .Strowbridfje, Administrator of tbeestate
ot John Torrence, decead, plaintilf, antl airainst
Ueonre Abcrnathy and Uiram Clark, doing busi
ness under the tirin name of O&trve Abernethy
and Co., defendants, for tho sum of sixteen thou
sand, three hundred and twenty-one doflars, lfi,
321 00 and tlio further um of twentv-eiKht
tiO-100 doiiars costs and disbursements, by Tirtno.
ot a decree of foreclosure of mortae on reall
estate, 1 have, on this 28th day of March, A. 1,
is, 2, leviixl on the following descrribed parcels of
land, specified in said decree and order of sale as
iotiows, to-wit : iAt number seven, 7, in Block
num!'r one, I, and tlie north half of lot number
seven, in Block number twenty-nine, 2V, in. Ore-.
(son City, Clackairias county, "Orejron,, sw dtsi-.
nated upjn tde othcial niajw thereof, UetthT
with the appurtenaniM-s tliereunto belong-inir or
in anyw ise appertaining, as tlie property of tho
said Ceorge Abernethy and Uiram Claik, defend
ents, and on Saturday, the 27th day of April, A..
D., 1872, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said
day, in front of the t'ourt House, in Oregon Cityt
ju rjxin county, x win proceed t-j-sell the same to
tlie lushest bidder for cash, to-sathsfv Kail execu
tion, costs ajid, uccruint; costs.
ARTHUR WARNER, 0
kherur of Cl.tckamas county, Oregon..
I'ated Oregon City, March 28, 1872. wi
VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
-M,J order 01 sale, issued out oi the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, fur the county of Clacka
mas, dated the 27tnday of March, A. P., 1872,
and to me directed, pursuant to a decree in favor
of Henry Jlumbel, plaintiff, and airainst John
Ste;;e. defendant, tor the sum of two thousand
and fifteen 2.5-100 dollars, in U. S. gold coin, and
the further suej ot forty-seven 06-100 dollars costs
and disbursements. By virtue of a decree of fore-,
closure of mortfraire on real estate, I hare this,
2Sth day of March, A. D., 1872, levied on the fol
lowing described tracts or parcels of town lota
situate iu Oregon City, Oregon, specified in aid
decree and order of sale as toHowis, to-wit:. Tba
undivided one-half of lots numbered fonr, 4, and
live, .5, in block number twenty-three, 2a, accord
ing to the plat of said town now on, tile in tho
County Clerk's otiiee of Clackamas, county, Ore-,
fron, together with the hereditament and apper-.
tenances thereunto be!onf:ing or in anywise arK
Iertainiiig as the property of said John Stege
and on (Saturday, tne 27th day of April, A. IX,
1S72, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day,
in front of the Court House door, in Oregon City
in said county, I will proceed to sell the same to,
the highest bidder, for U. S. gold coin, to satisfy
said execution, costs and accruing costs.
Sheriff of Clackamas county, Gjegon.
Dated March 28, 1872:w4
OTICE IS IIERD1SY GIVEN THAT, BT
viitue of an older of the Honorable County
Court of the State of Oregon, for tine county of
Clackamas, uutde at tho February term, 1872, I
will sell to the highest bidder, at the Court House
door, tn Orej-'on City, Oackamas county, on Sat
urday, the 4 h day of Miy, 1872, at public auc
tion, the following described real estate, the pro-,
jierty of the minor heirs of Enos Slover, deceased
to-w it : Eots nundtred one, 1, two, 2, live, 5, nix
: li, seven. 7. and eiirht. H. in Block mimbeml nix-v
ty-two, in th.e town of Oregon, City, county of
Clackamas. State of Orefrou.
Terms of Sale. One-half down and the re
mainder in two equal quarter-yearly payments,
secured by niortea-re.
Guardian of M. E. Slover, K. A. Mover, A.
J. Slovcrand.JSlover, MiDOrs.
iaiTTree! Plants t
FLUWEK A-UJ CAUUES SEEJJS,
inn'e and Crab, 1 00, 2 f o 4 ft., 4; 4 to 6 ft., $6 00
IV ir -td extra 1 vr.Bartlett &c,3 to 4 ft.,doz. 2 50
Seeds' ' Peach, bu.,'?-; Apple, Osae, new, bu.,12 00
I'o'awii White Peach Blow.Farly Bose,bu., 2 00
PeeVuin'sr-, Soft Maple, 1,i0,1; Ash,? K1W, 2 ft
Illustrated Catalogue, 100 page, and New
l'n'ee last 10o
F. K. PHOENIX, liloomintrton, Illinois.
J R. RAESTOX'S ACCOUNTS MUST
be settled right away to save costs. 2j
" WaRSEN & FORBES
Oregon City, March 15, 1BX2. . H
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