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: MAY r.l. LS72.
If JL 1W. . J. ' I J. '"
TOWN AND tOl'Vl'V.
SOCUW.K. A largo number of toe
friend, of Mr. and Mr,. I'artlaw ba.l a
Tery pleasant party at Ib-ir residence
.... t..:. r.ninsr. The company was
comno-ed of a number ol fr-nut..-j'ortVand.and
h.dios and p-n
,! ,i,v and Mr. I'". .hbois.
of fntlemeu from
l,,"W TJhT a i.ohe'r f of amuse
I S until an early hour.,, ifco
111'"1- J - . i i ....,.lt.r uvu served.
; in, A splendid supper wasserveu
Sdll! enj ,ye,l the occarton vJ -PP
Tbe Oregon City string hand u.n,fcuc.
tbe music to enliven me hcmh.
A Faim-kk. Tlie hypocracy t I'ne
Republicans in their profusions of vvhis
kv reform was plainly ilusinCod last week.
Mr Walker a zealous Good Templar, and
Kepnblican. dcsircsl to addiv- lUepeop.e
of this place last F.iday. 'ml In humd
ttU' doors locked, and the injreiiuii y of li t
Radicals was brought in use to poK.- him
ofT on Monday, for h-ar it would hurt the
Radical ticket. Shame on such hypocra-
I. 0. O. F. Capt J. T. App'Tsnn. of
this place, was elected C.ran.l Master at
the recent session of the Graud Lodge.
K most excellent selection. A. J. Mar-
Hball. of I'oriland. 1). G. M.; Ju-lize L. V.
lligby-of Silver City. I. T.. (J. W.: C. N.
T.t-ftT f.f Kit
. . -i . . . i r
J I i . .
a'.em. l.ranu r-ccrt'iiir). aim i.
ilem. Grand Treasurer.
Mr. Whalley and V. G. Schwarki. were
elected representatives to the L'. S. Grand
Seak f Ns. The wandering Attorney
of the United State? is to address the peo
ple of this place this alteration and even
ing. AVe presume lie proposes to tell the
people all abo-it what little corruption
join !.e is and has been engaged in. which
will account for the fact that it. takes him
two speeches to tell everything lie knows.
Iv Town. Westgate, the man who was
recently arrested in this place by the
Sheriff of Tillamook county, and escaped
from custody and for whom a reward of
$ ri) was offered, came into town last Fri
day, under disguise, got his wife and
worldly goods and took his departure,
without any one knowing it was him un
til he was gone.
Raoi.y inju:ki. A man named Long,
employed on the locks, was badly injur
last Friday by a premature explosion.
It was at first supposed that the injuries
would prove fatal, but we are pleased to
Hate that Dr. Darclav considers him in a
lair way .of recovery, and will sustain no
Futle permanent injury.
Ji stk'ks Messrs. K. J. Collard and L.
Diller have been placed in nomination as
cmiriid.itcs for the 'flice of justi.e ot the
lVace fr Oregon City Frecinct. They
re both good voutig men. competent to
ti!! the uositbm with ciedit to t!iemse!ve
the posttnoi with ci edit to
ud the interest d the County.
Fkks n u..--I'v Senator Ne-mnlt gave
us call es'tu d-iy. Mr. N. has done no-
hie service fur the p:.-rty dining this cam
p-iign. 1 le le ; In
and expects to s i
tlcf and to- !u t r.
e yesteioav Inr Home,
t k i o i! ay at 1 lob-pcnd-v
at I (alias. He gives
u- cheering acc
tints of the prospects in
The c eiaty cmdidites speak at
Court House to m orrow afternoon.
rr Ritiuet and Lord Ran in. the
eat A niei ic tl statesmen, it re
OX J icC I'd
I.i tie in their Iiest. Iilai. an l ee nation
wdl be saved ly their timely coining to
Fl .1 '.C TION 1 1 KTtTt S. W
- ask it
special favor of our fr
riuct in this count v to
; Is iii ever
id us the
ot lie- election as soon as
ihe polls are c'.oicd. We
will ail be brought in on
Don't forget i his.
hope ihat they
Imuan.v There are a great number of
Indian- arouttd town again. Why can't
the agents who are paid to keep them on
the reservation retain them where they
belong? They are a nut-ance, and should
be kept where they belong.
Mx Fmio'.vxki). J.mes Thompson, em
ployed on the Senator, fell overboird at
thi place. 1 ist Thursdiy evening ami was
drowned. Fd'orts have been in ole to re
tatver his body, but have proved fruitless
Const uu.ks. Messrs. S. D Richardson
nnd F.J- Ward have been placed in nom
ination as the Democratic candidates for
Constables, in this precinct. See that
they are elected.
Fkusonai.. We had a call from Gen.
K. L. Applegate last Monday. Elijah is
out doing a little work tor the party that
dismissed him from service.
Sick. The many old friends throughout
the State of Mr. John Fleming, will re
pret to learn ,that lie has been confined to
Lis bed lor the past three weeks.
Nkw Ft ti.nixt;. A new two
building is in course of erection in Linn
City. That town appears to be improv
ing. Mkktixu ok Tiik CoisciL, The first
regular meeting of the Council will be
he! 1 next Tuesd iv evening, nt the rooms
i'l Dr. Thesing's building.
The Ladies Sewing
Society of the Episcopal Church, will
meet next Tuesday at the residence of
Cot NT y Coinr. The June term of ti;
iCoiintv Court commences next Mondav,
Ori:ixr, ok Tin: 1'oi.t.s. The
p('dd under the new law, are to lie
oiieaed at S o'clock, a. m., and may
le closed at C m., but can be
kept open until
votes cast after
gal. Let the .1
votes cast auer t o ciock are lite
gal. Let tlie .Judges of election
remember this fact.
A. CuniosiTY. "C," the cor
respondent to the Ongonlan
M ould bo regarded as a real curi
osity if li is identity could be es
tablished. Wonder if the Orc-jo-nliii
has taken lessons from one of
its neighbors and writes its own
correspondence from this city?
If you want a good, honest and
incorruptable man in the Sheriff's
office, vote for Capt. A. F. Hedges.
Tho Captain is an old citizen of
tuis place, and no one can say
aught against him.
Following we republish a list of the
precincts which have been changed and
the boundaries of the same. Let our
Democratic fi sends take notice of the
change, ftn. be governed accordingly:
Canemih precinct was changed so as to
make the notthetiy and weuprn lines by
ihe farms -of Wei-s and Allen's the line of
ihe precinct. instead of l4ie Willamette and
TiiwUtin rivers, and th -southerly t.ound
ary is i'arrott and Reaver creeks of said
Young's Ximc of the precinct chang
ed to F-tgle Creek and t'.it; former place
of voting changed to or ucar Fhiliip Fos
Flrasant Hill The eastern line of said
precinct was changed to the section line
on the west side of sections 11. 13 and
fractional 21. T 3 S. U. 1. W.. and said sec
lions are placed in Tualatin precinct.
Tualatin. The western boundary of
said precinct was changed (hat the west
ern line of sections 12. 13. and fractional
section 24 be the line of said precinct and
all persons residing thereon belong to
Tualatin precinct lor voting purposes.
Union The eastern line of said pre
cinct was changed so tha' where the sec
tion line of sections JS. and 9. T. 4. S. R. 1
F.. intersects the MolaUa river, thence fol
lowing said section line .South to the cor
ner of sections 2U. 21. 28 and 20 of said
township, thence following the old line of
said precinct as heretolore recorded. The
place of holding the polls, at or near Wm.
Ra r low's
Upper Mola'la The western line of
said precinct was changed as follows :
Commencing at where the township line
between T 4. S. R. 1 Iv. and T 4. S. R. 2 F
intersects, and crosses MolaUa river. thence
due south on township line to the county
line ; and the east line of M irquani s pre
cinct, be so changed from the original to
follow said township line due south to the
Canby A new precinct called Canby
was established, the voting place to be at
Canby. and bounded as follows : Com
mencing at tbe month ot Fairot or Hea
ver creek where it empties into the Wil
lamette ; thence up the said stream fol
lowing the north prong called Reaver
creek, until said stream intersects the
township line between T. 3. S. R. 1 F.and
T. 3. .S. R. -J. F; thence south on township
line to il.e corner of sections 13 and 24.
T. 4.S. R. 1 F.. and sections 13 and 24. T.
4. S. R. 2 Iv; thence west on section line
to corner ot sections lt. 17. 20 and 21. f.
4. S. R. 1 F.; thence north to MolaUa riv
er; thence following MolaUa river to its
month; thence down the Willamette river
at mouth of l'arrot creek, at the place f
Linn City precinct, with the following
boundaries: Commencing at the X. F.
corner ot D. D. Tompkins' land claim:
to where it intersects the section line be
tween section 23 and 2 1. T 2 S. U 1 F;
thence South to the corner of M-ctions 23.
1. 'I:, and 2(i in said T 1 S R 1 F: ihence
due west following secctioti line to the
Tualatin river: thence down sai l Tualatin
rivt-r following it meandering to its
mouth, win-re it empties into the Willam
ette river following i;s li'.eanderings to the
place of beginning.
A vote for any portion of tlic
Hailicttl ticket in tliis comity, is; a
vole to emlorse the Good Templar
Iloli.-nl.uv trick of mani palatini
conventions. The ticket belongs
to him, and I'eter gets the comitv
offices, while liolhulay takes the
A Snow. (Jen. K. L. Applegate
amused and disgusted the people
at the Court, House last ?donday
eveuing. The Kadicals were rath
er disgusted with him, while the
Democrats appreciated lite joke.
ijnidii has made itself
ridiculous in charging that, Sena
tor Nesmith was profane and vul
gar in his speeches. Kverybody
who has heard him will testify to
the falsitv of the charires.
I ledges, the man
will discharge liis
who you know
his duty faithfully and who does
not belong to a master. He will
assess the rich man's property the
same as the poor man's, if the
County Court sets aside any legal
lv made assessments.
At tin? residence of Iicbert li via. Esq,
May -rid. 1-7-j, bv Fidcr .1. I Allison, Mr.
Jas. K. 1. Crcbtde and M ss Mary Jrvnt,
nil i f Clackamas county, Oregon.
1 rout- li Hi.
This is an irritation op in!l imation of the
luonchial lubes, which e-.-rry the air we
breathe into the lntigs. It iirises from a
cold s titled in the throat, from Catarrh ex
tending to theja? parts, from scrofalous af
fections, and from severe use of the voice.
The irritation from this bitter cause com
mences m the ,.r and glutti. which are
the osgans of the voice, and extending
downwards produces hoarseness, coughing
and spitting mucous nutter, sometimes mix
ed wdl' blood, it is chiefly dangerous from
its tendency to spread into the lungs, and
terminate in coiisun p inii. It is in tne cure
of severe and obstinate eases of this dis
ease that, Dr. Pierce's l'n.?cn Medical Dis
covery has achk'.'ed unpaid led success, and
won tlu lou-3 -st prai-e fro n all who have
i ii-ed it. it ts sold ty all respectable drug
Xlit- Jnvaltcl. A IV n IItiirc
See her p-.lid countenance, but a short
lime ago the picture of l nddy health, the
?nvy of the school and the pride of the
household. She was alwavs welcomed bv
her schoolmates, for her lithe form and
pleasing disposition carried cheerfulness
iuto their ranks. Dilligrnt, punctual and
exemplary, obedient and graceful at home,
she won the hearts of all. Rut a!a-, we are
s u rawed. Those rosy cheeks and ruddy
bps are blanched by Consumption. The
voice once so enchanting In langh and
s"oir is f ct-blo. hu-ky and supplanted bv a
a hollow cough. Let us approach her couch
gennv ann iukc ner uv ine hand. Ja not
Ider because of the feeble and oassioa-
K-s grasp. The hand once s0 hear tv and
plump is ematictated, and shows bonv out
li ees. while the cords an ! tortuous veins
are iainly maop' (1 upon the snrfa-e. Tbe
pt-.'a that bounded with repletion, carrying
vigor to the whole sy.??ni and imparting
life beauty, vivacit ., health nnd strength, is
deUeate to the touch. The f,ble heart can
n t propel the thin, scinty b! icd Willi force?
Must we lose her while" jet in her teens'.
Cotnpanious and friends ga h-r nr un 1 with
word of cl e r and consolation, iU1(r depart
with moist n d eyes s id silent steps. Must
we I se her? .No! there is a relief! We
can stay this dest lover of our hunpine-is and
not suffer the l.sS of st bright a em
;oniethini more is re
u-ed now than diet
tnce, fir na'nro e etc
ary or hvuienie obs r;
t"r a:d, and she
it. Take this
it IS lUV12-'.ratm r. It.
tne trntio.'e coivti.
n p ores the
petite and d,geti-.n, and "sends a healthv i
tiag .e through the frame. The blood is err- i
rscn.-.j, nervous totce mere sed,and fie heart
b-ounds w ith a new impulse See her fice
tor!0.,0! i,e;!i!,ilC(!,-rr- r,n? S11
but is gaming Let us tae her out in the
warm smMtni, hi a short t:me she wdl be
" ov uegrees: me color is 1 eturnui"
able to go without rnr aid, a cheerful girl
This delightful medicine nmn be God-bless
el. It is r storing liea'th to our loved on i
She is emerging fn m i.er siekness sweeter
and nobler than before, and Dr. Fteice'd
Golden Medical Discovery mnt liave the
credit. It has raised her. So'd by & grg-.
class druftst evervwLerr,
BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT PLACED
in my hands for the purpose of collect
ing delinquent taxes, due Clackamas couoty
lor the year lSTii, end to me directed, I will,
on Saturday, the 'ivth day of June, 1S72, at
the Court House door, in Oregon City, pro
ceed to sell, to the highest bidder, tor L. S.
gold coin, in hand paid, the following de
crib'oed tracts or parcels of hind, or so n.uch
thereof as may bi necessary t pay the taxes
due thereon, tog-ther with the costs. Sale
to commence ut lo o'clock, a. m.
Names. Description of land. 'No A. ui't
Alger?, Mrs. F. A., X. K. 4 of
s-ec. -s, T. 1 S. 2 E 150 $ i 32
Aldcsson, C. part of d mation
iund claim No 49, T 2 S,
K 3 K. lilamette merid
ian as Known and desig
nated on the maps of the
U. S. survey in the Land
Otlice at Oregon City
bounded aS follows: be
ginning at the S E corn
er of said claim, thence
vve.-t along the south
line thereof St chains to
s-ittthwe-t corner ot the
same, thence north along
the west line 2o chains
to the northwest corner
ot the "L" on said claim,
east 41 chains, theuce
south lo Tu-U'4) chains,
them e cast 4o chains to
the east line of said claim
thence south along said
east line to the place of
l.'.sA acres more or less 15$ J
Fillings, K. X., west i of north
east j and east A ol noith
west 4 of Sec. 10. Town
ship 4, south range ;
1'urnett, Mrs. L. A., Section 31,
ti S. 4 E, fractional part
of Phillip Fosters dona
tion claim 4oJ 13 50
Culver, Mrs. E , lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
and ti. in block is ru Or
egon City 1G 20
Collins, Mrs. Mary, Commenc
ing at a post or stone in
the east line of Front
street, in the town of
Milwaukie, and in tbe
south I ne of Win. Meek'
land cla.m, Go c and ;?S I
we.-t ot the southeast cor
ner of .'aid Meeks' claim,
Ihence along the east
line of l'roiit st:eet, N
1', V 1 chain S.; links,
to post or sfmu in I'oit-
land and M.lwunkie road,
thence N S u-', E chains
j? links to post or stone
in fence from which the
southwest corner of II,
W". Eddy's stabie, bears
X st, E ti l links, thence
south 7, W 1 chain. 10
ltnlis to post c r stone,
thence seulh U', E S
chains, '.'7 links to post
or stone in fence, thence
S So"', V o chains, to
links along fence to east
line of Front street,
thence N b- , W g cb.ii s
So iinks along east line
of F'-out street t place
of beginning; Conlaia-
mg -J nj-IOO acres, more
Cason, F. ('., esttte X of
donation claim of F. C.
Cason and wile in Sees.
17. -'o ami 21, in T 2
S, U 2 E containing 320
Cardinell, has. X. lb tlaim
Xo. it", not'.iie..it!on No.
7.o 1''. bciu-.' parts of cs.
19 g , ': a..d ;;o, t s,
U I F fiiO
Chapman. Wiley The S E . of
Sec (, T i S. K a E. con
taining Hit) uc.es. being
in (."'ackauias count v,
Oregon .". DjO
Duuton, T. J. l'att of cliim
Xo . in S. c. 2n, T S,
15 -2 E of tl e WiUa'Cette
meridian, described us
follows, to wit: commen
cing at a point 12 7-Vloo
chains south, and 1 St 2'"
b'U eh-iius west, of mean
der corner mi b-;t bank
Clackatr.as river, in east
I boundary of snid section
! thence .south ti", west
s :, j.i.i chains, ihence
soutn s'.c, east Si 7o b'O
ll.ein e not tli ;-' cast
s loo cha;ns, theuce
n o r t h s li w e s t
It 7o-lou cludus to plaie
of bcgiim ng.eoi.ta id ;j
eight acres more or less 8
Fckles, J. D The following
desritied parcel of real
estate, to-wit : lots four
and six, 4 and it, section
tweuty-t n- , ';, uUn the
north halt of the south
east, piarte'- of section
twenty-nine ('Jt'), town
ship I'nrce (:D s 'iith
range four i 1 1 east, Wil
lianofte meridian con
taining one hundred and
sixty-two oi'-l'it) acres
(lo2 .".'.-1 1 0 mere or less
Ferry, ('. '. Tlie P llowing
described parcel of real
estate, to-wit: one town
or city I d. situated in
Oregon City, Clackamas
county. State of Oregon
and numbered on the
plat u f said city as lot
Xo. it, in block, Xo. 12
Ferry, Mrs. A. I Commenc
ing at S W cot tier of M.
M. McCarver's donation
claim in Clackamas comi
ty. State of Oregon ;
thence running norther
ly with the Covetnment
Survey of said line one
fourth of a mile; then e
running easterly on a
I ne pai a'.le! with the .said
boundary line one fourth
of a mile, thence south
oily parallel with said
M c C a r v e i 's westerly
boundary lineone fourth
ot a mile, thence wester
ly along with McCarver's
southerly boundary line
to place of beginn ngj
containing eighty acre-",
being the S V . of Mrs.
Julia McCarver's part of
M. M. McCarver's dona
tion claim, as awarded
to the said Julia MeCar
Gaines, Mrs. A. I". Beginning
in the middle of the
county rood on the line
between sections 13 and
1'.', running from thence
west one-half of a mile,
ihence north 1-2 mile
thenje east one mile.
ther.ee south one-fourth
of a mile, thence west J
mile, thence south 4 of a
mile to the place of be
ginning, containing 220
acres, more or less, being
the south half of Sec. IS
in T o S, K 1 E, in Clack
amas county, Oregon,
being a part ot the doua-
ti n claim Wm. M. Kie:
er and his wife Koxie... 220 S OS
Hughes. W J X i of donation
claim of said Hughes
and vvite; notiiic-itiou Xo
4.7'i ', on tile i the land
otlice in Oregon City, Or
egon, being in Sec "Jo, f
) S, li 1 "', containing
lis 1 acres, being in
Clackamas Co., Oregon 1154 3 07
Harrison. Piesley The frac
tional s e 1-4 of see. i!'.V
1 t4s rle running n so
l,! vlnoIJ I?
t ' s. li 3 E Si
rods, thence e liio rods,'
thencj soutu 80 rods,
theuce w 1H0 rods
more or less, to place of
acres, in Clackamas CO.,
ay, Cl.uk Beginning at the
a e cotj ot Lyman Wil-
lianii land claim, thence
w 200 rods, thence uortu
128 rods, theuce east 200
rods, thence s to place
of beginning, containing
1C0 acres, in t 1 s. r 4 e,
C:ackam;s Co., Oregon lCd
Irvin, Robei t All of the u of
sec .", t 2 s. r 1 e, contain
ing 30 acres, being in
Clackamas Co., Oregon,
as per U S patent issued
to J. L. Daily, date
June loth, lst;-
Locey, J. D. Lot s, block lo,
iu Oregon City, Oregon,
according to the plat of
Orego i City on file in the
County Clerk's otlice,
Clackamas Co., Oregon
Jennings, Wm. L. The south
erly half of the donation
land claim of Lbeytnau
Jernings and wife; noti
fication Xo l .0o4, on tile
in the land ollice, Oregon
City, Oregon, in scts 13
and 24. t '1 s, rle, and
in sees IS and 19,t t s,r2
e. Willamette ineiidian,
Knotts, Jas. X 1-4 of sec 27,
t 1 s, r 2 e, containing
l j i acres, being in Clack
amas county, Oregon. . .
Locy, Josiab, heirs ot Thee
of the w i cf -sec 13, t 5 s,
rle, Willamette merid
ian con, aiding Did acres
Laswell, Isaac The donation
land claim of said Las
wed and wife, ius cticna
iS, l A; Mo. t 3 s, r 2 e in
H5 19 57
Cl.ickamas Cotintv, Ore-
go. i, containing 04 t acres
Robinson, T. G E J, of sic 1
t 5 s, r 1 e, in e lackamas
County, O regon, con tain -iug
Lyon, S. M. Tiie n ho', the e J
of s w 1 4 and n h of tbe
w k of s w 1-4 of sec 17,
t 4 s, r 3 e, Clackamas
county, Oregon, contain
ing to ucics.more or less
Mattoon,Orran The south half
ot the ea-.t half of the s
w 1-4 and s 4 ot w i of
the s e 1 4 of section 17
containing so acres, s. tu
Uted iu Clackamas coun
ty, State ot Oregon
Mier, Laac The lie 14 of sec
6, t 2 s.rle, and being
a portion of the donation
claim of Isaac- Mitehel,
situated iu Clackamas
countv. Oregon, con tain-
in g 1 lid acres . . .
, .. 1C0
MeCarver.M. M. The fraction
al part of the donation
l.itid claim of said Mc
C'arvtr and wile, situated
lying and being in sec 12
tti s, rle, containing
'MC acses, in Clackamas
McKiney, David, heirs of The
e"i ot the e i ot sec a."), t
2 s, r 2 e, Clackamas
co. .containing DiO acres
3 0 1
Morgan, 11. lb -N h of n i of
Cvrus Wadswoi ih's do
nation land claim, cou
ta mug lljo acres
Markham, Elizabeth being a
part ot claim No. 41,
bounded and described
as l'oliow,to-wit : begin
ning ut a point 23 chains
west of the pi. n ter sec
coiner between sees 'li
and -e.i, t 2 s, r 3 e, the
Same b ing the s w cor
ner of claim 41, theuce s
77'3, e 77 chains to the
s e cor of sal-1 claim 41 ,
thence n 77, w r.'D'S
chains to place of begin
ning, containing he'
acres in Clackamas Co.,
Moore, W in --Oswego, Ciack.i
mas county, Oregon, lot
7, iu block 1, accoidtng
to the plat of sai i town,
Fclton. Chm Tiie s ' of the s
of the k e 11 of section
I, and the fraction. il n-w
1 4.f sec 12, t 2, s r 2 e,
DM acres, ace r-!ing to
tit ed from (I. It. lliu man
and wile to Said Fclton,
dated g"!h .) an ui I y, 1 si;,
ly ng and being iuChtck
h iu i- con idy, Oregon . . .
Non -Iiesideut Land X e 1-t of
stc -J7,t I s,r 2 c.Dio ae es
" X w 1-4 oi" section g7, t
1 s, 'J e, li'.o acres
" X e 1-t of .sec 2s t 1 s 2 e,
Rhodes, Geo The donation
land claim of said Geo.
Rhod -f, wing and being
in seci.s hi and 'J4. t 3 s
3 e, containing bio acres
Clackamas county, Ore
gon J. F. Haughes and Win. M. Ra
kei Hegiuniiig at tne
ii"tt!i west corner of the
south east 1-4 of .section
4. in township -3 south,
ran-.'c I west of the Wil
lamette meridian and
ru lining theuce south
chains ton stake, thence
cast lo hains to a stake
thence north 'JO chains,
thence west lo drains to
place of beginning, con
taining : acres, more
Wilson, Dan The south west
1-4 of section C in town
ship 2 s mil range 3 east
of the Willamette meri
dian, cont lining 1 13
Rits, Phillip -Lot 1 block 14 in
Oregon C:ty. Oreg r, ac
cording to the plat of
said town now on Hie in
County Clerks ollice .
Summte s, Geo Commencing
at the s w corner of sec
2y t 4 s r 1 e, thence
north b)o 1-3 rods t hence
e liio rods, thence south
L " 1-3 ro is, thence
w l'Jo rods to place of
12 4 acres, in Ch ckamas
county, Oregon ...... . .
Thompson, K. R. acres in
Holmes' addition to Ore
gon City, Oregon, in t2
s r 2 e
Vanrenslear. J (J 3 4V acres
of land It ing and being
in Clackamas county
Oregon, as described by
two tleeds recorded at
pages 4'i2. 403, 4'U, 4:3,
4 i4, 4'.io, in book H of
records of deeds for
said county .
Vinson, J. S. South t-a-t 1-4
of sec 32 township 4
south ranre 1 east of the
Wi lamette meridian, 1 60
Young, Wm Ihe n w 14 of
and east 1-2 of n if 1-4
of sec! ion 1 s, t 2, s r, 3 e,
containing 12 ) acres, in
Clickarnas countv-, Ore
iron S 2i
SheriiTof Clackamas Co., Oregon
L' hvrup for
ir C aildren. A. H. B;di, drag-
gir-t is it gent
mannlacturei s, Saiem, Oregon
) ARTIES WHO WERE OCCCl'i l.NC-
lauds in the "Grande lionue mi'i nt-u
Reserves," in the State ot Oregon, in the
vears lS.o-56.and had to abandon the same
in consequent-- of s od Reserves having been
selected bv the C. S. for tire settlement of
the Rogue" River Indians, will please .-end
ineir aadresse. lor iurtner toi ic.-p'cinr, j - -to
It. w. Dotv.v.iivs, Att'y, Box 19-3, j
asningtftn cny. i'- v- :
falls evcampjiext xo. 4, i. o. . I
F". Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on t?;e j
FIRST AXD THIRD TUESDAY EVENING j
of each moDth. Patriarchs in good stand- j
ing are intrited to attend." 1
reb. S, 1?72 tf
OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
Business Directory of Portland, Oregon.
PCBL1SH ED BY L. SAMCKL,
General Advertising Agent, 'J3 Iron t Strttt.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
So. mm Kir.t stitet. Iienorters and Job
bers ot tancy Goods. Tevs
ware and Plited Ware,
jr Hause, First
st , between Oak and
; neat. 1J. L. Lougfel-
fl 1 11 :
BOOKS, STATIONERY A,D PERIODICALS,
IJ A XCUOFT it MOItSK,
Agents fur Mabie. To.ld i Co.'s celebrated
Ivison. Pdakeman, Taylor & Go's School
Rooks. Ju.st I'ublixUed, 'a full Hue of Legal
Jitanks for this Statu.
1arman, tire only direct Importer of Cloth
ing, Ac, cor. Front A Washington sts.
c h aXIarr e t t,
ijooksj:i.i.i:ii & statioxek,
largest stock ix portland.
Xo. 7 9 Front and Xo. 5VuH
ington ill l t ti.
BECK, WILLIAM A SOX. 12y Front st.
Importers and dealers in
Guns, Rilles and Ilevolverg
of every description.
Fishing Tackle, Fancy Goods. Reads, Rird
Cages, Baskets, Croquet (James, and
Uaby ( arriages.
Agents for the "California Fowder Works;"
also, for the " Wheeler & Wilson
X?ck. John A., 12 "J Front
Jeweler. Work done
for the Trade.
15 O O E A xn J 0 11 V IX I X T K US.
HEMES A BACHEI.DER 93 Front street
am A Heinhart, First st. bet Oak A
importers of Stoves, Ranges,
Iiju- hanan, W. A., s. w. cor. First A Taylor
J sts. Cheapest Furniture House in Port
A RPETS WALTER R ROS.
S'J Front street.
C Clarke, Henderson A Cook, 81 & S3 First
.street. Dealers iu Dry Goods, Faucy
C1ohn A Ro.,C!if-hl, 14S Front s
! sion Merchants A Dealers i
st. Com rais
in Oregon A
oniric, .1. R . Manufacturer A. Dealer in
Saddles, Harness, and Saddlery Hard,
ware, sm; Front .street.
rrier, W A. Co.. l(:i Front st. Merchant
Tailors and Clothiers. Hats Fumishi no-
Lashmutt A Oatman, Front street.
Real Estate Airents. niouev bcine,!
Ah GOODS, O. 11. uoodard ,v Co.
lol Front street.
RUCCISTS, C. H. WOODARI)
CO. 101 Front street.
Orders from any portion of the State or Ter
ritories ratfullv fibel bv
nict or fvn-rc3
Tmil, Loweusteiu A. C'o. Fin no ore kii.I
Carpet dealers Stores from lot to 133
Ipmplovment A'encv. Witherel! A Ifol
j man, So Front st. Furnish all kind-! of
TTverd ng A Reebe, lo Front stteet. Com
i J mission Merchants and dealers in Do
mestic Prod nee.
ishion Livery Stable, cor. First A Salmon
sts. E. Corbeit, i'r m. (Pod turn-outs
always on hand.
st-.. Dealers A Manutac. Cothing, Fnrn-
ishinir Goo Is.
block, cor. First A .Vash-
ill A Steel, 7" and 77 First street. Deal
ers in IJook-, Siuliouerv, and Musical
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
The largest Music House on the Coast.
STESNWAY rmOS, LTRDETT ORGANS,
;. I j. IePK.YXS, Manager.
SOI.K AllEXCl" FOE TIIK
u SSowe"' Soxvisijg 3Iacliiise.
f-A gents wanted.
ackenev A. Sterne. Grocers and dealers
in all kinds i f Seeds, cor. First and
.tmbu'"ger, I!., 133 I-irst st reet. importer
and deak-r in Staple Fancy Dry Goods,
tndee, D. II., Photographic Artist, s. w.
L cor. rust and Motrison sts. Child s
Pict. spec lt-.
Henrtchseti, L. C. A Co., lo'.t First street.
Manufacturers and dealers in Jewelry,
bard, Geo. L., '.S t rout
, Wagon Ma-
aler iu Groceries, Door;
Hodge, dilef A Co., t'7 Front St., whole
sale dealers in drug, Paints, Oib
).ME Sovidl' Macnine, strai-ht needle,
under feed, "lock stitch." Competition
cha. lcne;ed. M. E. leaver, 112 rront st.
Shin. Her, N"S. D'n to 172
Importers Furniture, Bed-
d tur, Ac.
nternational Hotel, cer. Front and Morri
son s's. M. Rudolph, Prop. Free Buss
Tohn.J. A Co., 01 Front st.. wholsale and
JV retail dealer in Fine Clothing, Furnish
"A f aison Doree Restaurant, piivate rooms
j. I for Families, cor. 1st and tMne streets.
L for Families, cor.
,-irt.in, Vj x t o., wnoiesa.e neater in
Wines A Liquors, O. S. X. Co s Block,
and San I- ran
eier A Schmepr, 111 Front St., wholesale
and retail Confectioners.
John R , !i3 1st st. Watchmaker A
eier. oilers to tin purine a line as
sortment ot v atciies, ciocks ano jeweiry.
f oellcr A Co , Front near (t st.. Dealers
3L in native and foreign Wines, Liquors
.Torthrup. E. J., Hardware, Iron, St. el.
Hubs. Spokes, Hardwood Lumber, if-:.,
. -i.iental Hotel, cor. First and J
O t, Smitn & Cook, Proprietors
parish, W'ati.ns A Cornell, Real Estate
Deri's, f0 tront street, bet. Alder and
IJUOiOGRAFIIIC OOOD. C. Il.Wood-
ard A Co., 101 Fiont s.
ice, J. M.. 1-J7 Front sfr"ef, wholsale
dea'er in Tinware and Stoves.
?htc, Paul. 10.-, Fii-st st.. importer of
Berlin wooden Carvings, Parlor Orna-
I ider, G, C-, Real Es'ate A Money Broker,
V !'2 Front street. Portland.
T ''senbatim, I.S.ACo., Tohaccomsrs. import
.1 V ers of Foreign and Domestic Liquors.-
Rase House. Front st. On First Class Prin
cipal. Tborcas Ryan, Frcj5riefor.
Sherlock, S., 61 Iiont and 02 First sts
dealer in Harness, Saddlery and Sad
Simon, J., 53 F rent street, dealer to Doors,
. Sash A Blinds, Window A Plate (ilass.
Sinsheimer, IE, I-"7 First St., importer of
1'ianos, Organs, Sheet Masic, Music In
tstruuients. Skidtroi-e. S. (L, 1J3 First st. DruggistT;
Apothecary, k large stock of PertmneiT
A T-ilet Articles. '
Qni tli A Davis, 71 Front sttect, wholesale
tO dealer in Drugs, Faints, Oils, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A Roos, 73 First strtct. Pictures,
Frames-, Moldings, Artist's Mat'. s, Draw
ing List! umetrs.
Smith, Put.. Broker, 9n Front st. Dealer
in liCiral Tenders, (Jo' ernment Ronds
and Geld Dust.
STOXK, It. Ij.. 'o 107 Front Street.
Watchmaker A Manufacturing Jeweler
is appointed Agent tor the Waltham, Ftsrin.
E. Howard A Co., Chas. E. Jacot, and the
Caliiornii Watches; also, for all the produc
tions and imports of the California Jewelry
Con panv, San Francisco. Send 'or circular.
Watches repaired in the very best manner
and wakrantkd to give satisfaction.
f"Vrry Pros., Xo. 17S First, street, manufac
J tnrers and aenlers in Furniture, Red
ding. Carpets, A c.
''phe Clothing store. 113 Front st. Clothing,
JL Furnishing Golds, Roots aDd Shoes.
Harris A Prager.
rputtle, H. II., 142 A 144 Front st. Deuler
i in Wagons A Agricultural Implements.
rIyne, E. D.. n. w. cor. First A Oak sts.,
1 dealer in Rrundies, Wines, English --le
r Javier, J. A , 147 Front St., wholesale deal
X er in Butter, Eggs, Cheese, L.trd, Ba
7"illiams A Myers, 5 Central Block,
Front St., Commission Merchants A
deal's in Produce.
7"ha!ley A Fechheimer, Attorneys A So-
licitorsiu Banktuotcy. Ollice in Odd
TROM THE UNOEItsi:::). LIVING AT
1. Canentah, about the 5th inst , a ."-on el
Mare, about fifteen hands higlii six years
old; small white streak in Ihe" forei end", with
soldi. ; marks; shod all around. Any person
returning sad mare or giying information o'.
her whereabouts, will be suitablv- rewarded.
WM. IE MARSHALL.
Canemah, Feb. 22, ls72.
JUST RECEIVED BY
I HAVE JITST RbDElVED A COMPLETE
and well-assorted stock of
AND GENTLEMEN'S' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call and examine my stock before purchas
Prodncc Tiilvpu in Ex-han?? for Goods.
A . I, -K V V,
Klsiin street, Oregon C'iJy,
FO R S-AXrl-i.
rpiIF UXDEIIS1C.XED DESIRES TO SELL
I his property in Oreg ui City will sell
at a harga-n, to a good purchaser. Lot 8. in
block 3, whereon th.-re is a good Dwelling
Rouse with S rooms, partly hard linish bub
ante cloth and paper ami the Liverv Stable
now occupied bv Messrs. WiLis & liroughton.
Water pipes laid on the premises, from
Pease's water works.
Also 4 town lots in Canomah, with good
Also town io's in 1 nver end of Oregon
City; also I 'hi of bum hit wn as the dona
tion la id eta in of Wm. Stone. 8 milts
southeast of Oregon City, with some im
provements, thinly timbered, no under
growth, eo n! lasting watnr
-v.""ln(ju';re at County Clerks ofiicb.
J. M. FRAER.
Oregon City. May i;th. 1S72. v'5u23
fJotice to .Voters.
rpilE PLACE OF VOTIXO I.N L1XX
JL Citv precinct, wdl he at Shannon's
School Hjuse,on the Sd dav of. June, 1S72.
M. K. PERRI.V.
Linn City, May 22, 1s7l'. Judgrs.
Propc Is for Haulins.
1 PROPOSALS TO HALL Lt'.M I'.ER FROM
Messrs. llo'mes A llenslev's mill on
Ahornethy, to Oiegtm City, will be received
bv the uuders'neif, either at the mill or
through thh Post-ollice.
HOLMES A HEXSLEV.
Oregon City, May 23, 1S72.
Y VIRTT'E OF AX KXP.CUTION ISSUF.D
out. of tlie Circuit Court of the State of Ores
iron, for the County of Clackamas, and to me di
rected, in favor of A. Meir, plaintill, and
airainst K. A. Ottwon, defendant, lor the sum ot
three hundred nnd forty-six dollars and forty-six
cents, $3 Vi 47, now due and with interest at the
rate of ten .T't-r cent, per annum from the 7th day
of June 1S7I, and the further sum of forty-four
dollars and fifty-five cents, i ll -V", costs, I have
levied upon and on Saturday, tlie 22,1 day of
I tine. 1S7-, at 12 o'clock, rn., at tlie Court House
door in heron ity, laekamas county, (reron.
I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
to satisfy said execution, costs and accruing-costs,
all of the rirht, title anil interest of said K. A.
ribson iu nnd to tbe following- described real
property sit uatrd in said Clackamas eounty, to
wit : be eolit h half of section eleven, 11, in town
ship three, 3, south, ran ire one, i, west, contain
ing three hundred and twenty, 320. acres.
PherilT of Clackamas county, Oretrnn.
Oreg-on City, May 25d, 1872. r.30w4
"FX ri'-RsCAXCE OF AN ORDER OF TIIE
" Honorable 'ounty Court of Clackamas county,
Ort '-ron, errant intr me lieense to sell the whole of
the interest of (ieonre Hathaway, a minor in the
estate of Charlotte JbdhWay bate of said county,
deceased, twins? the undivided one-third part of
south half of the following' df-s-rilie'l real estate, to
wit: south 1-4 of northwest 1-4: the east 1-2 of the
t-outhwest 1-1, an t lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and .", of seei.ion
32, T. 1 S., R. 2 E., lot 3 of section Xo. , T. 2 S.,
R. 2 F... conNiininsf 254 72-100 acres. I will st 11
to the hiLdiest bidder, at the Court house door,
in s aid county, the above described "proper
ty, on Saturday, the loth day td June, next, at
tlie hour of 1 o'clock, . m.. of paid day. Terms
c.-ish, or approved credit secured by morttrasre.
Deed at trie exp, nse ,,f purchaser.
SYLVESTER HATHAWAY, Guardian.
Milwaukie, May 13th, ls72. vm29:w4
npiIE COUNTY COCRT OF CLACKAMAS
county, ire-iron, having appointed me Ad
ministrator of the estate of .T ESS K V. BCJONE,
deceased. All persons havinsr claims asrainst
said est-,te are rired to prpsPnt th tn to int at
the office of Johnson & MeCown, Oreproa Citv,
within sjx rnonf iis trom this daif.
AV". ( ' A li EY JOUXSOX, Administrator
May 17, 1 "72. r,29:w4
?IA1 STItEnT, - OKEfiOVCITY
?'11M FATTriJER AXD IMPORTER OF
iv aim:, c, .c.
TTflllCH HE OFFER-s a CHEAP AS
V V cia be had in the State,- at
Wholesale or Retail.
-irl warrant all mv coods as representee.
Oiv-on City, April "17, 2 5 7?. rSVt .
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZEN'S
of Oregon City, aud the Wiliametta
ValLy, that l,e is stdl on hand, and doing
business on the old motto, that
"A Nimble six-l'ence ia better than
I have just returned from Saa Francisco,
where I purchased oue of the
LAKGEST and BEST SELECTED
Stock of Coods
ever before offered iti this citT; aad consists
iu part, as folljvvs; "
Boots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every
Becriptior, Haidware, Gro-
cjries, Pamts & Oils
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedware
qualities & styles,
Clocks & Watches La
dies & Gentlemen's Furn-4-
ishing- Goods, Tancy Notions
of every description.Patent Med
icines, Rope, Farming Implementso
of all kinds, Carpets Mattings,
Gil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c
Of the above list, I can sav my atoek Is the
MOST COMPLETE ever ottered tit thisrmar
ket, and was s ected with t-itf5'ilti:are for
t liis min Wt t. All of which I now offer for
sale at tlie
Lowest Market Kates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think ot Lroit:iT to Port land to buv poods for
I am DE'i Ei'MlXED To tsELE CHEAP and
i.ot a low myself to be
r.I)ERS()LD IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask, is a fair chance and quick pay
ments. 1',,-liev ntr. as I do. that h'neteeti
years experience in Oregon City enables U
to Know the retirements of the trade.
Come one and alt, and see for-,vourSelves
that tbe old stand of
cannot be bent in quality or price. It xvnuld
be useless for me lo tell y'ou sill the adVan
t: ges I can offer jou in the sale of goods, as
every store that advertises does thttt, and
probably you have i-een disappointed. AMI
wish to Say is. come and see and examine
lor yourselves, for I do not wi.sh to make any
mistakes. My object is to tell all hay old
friends now that I am Still alive, and desir
ous to sell roods cheap, lor cashj or on such
terms as agreed upon. C
Thanking all for UiC liberal piifrohage
T IIOS. CIIARMAK?
Main street, Oregon City.
;s;TErfraI Tenders and County Script
taken at niaiket rates.
?3;f-.TO,000 lbs wool wanted hV
IlEAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE-
JACC 3 STITZEL, t. C. Tf AT.
JACOB STITZEL & CO.,
HUCCESSOR.S TO STITZEL & UPTOX.,
MOIVE Y ISItOKKKS
Cor. Front nnd AVAaliington
O R T L A X D , DREG ON .
Special attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands and city property. All corres
pondence relating to t he recourcCS of Ore
gon will be promptly answered-
EEAL ESTATE JOURNAL 0
Published monthly. Sent free of charga to
JACOB STITZEL & CO,
March 1.5, lR7'J:tf
Administratrix's Sale of
In the matter of the estate Of iianfel H. Good,
-"'OTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT, UY
--" virtue of an order of sale made and entered
of Kecord by tbelllon. County Cturt of Clack
amas county, at the May term thereof, 1S72, I
will sell at the Court House dodr, In Ofepoh CitJ-
Taekarnas county, Oregon, at public auction, on
Saturday, tlie It day of June, 1874.
at 1 o'eltjck of said day, the following described
real estate, the property of said estate, to-wit:
the north half of lot Xo. two in block No. four, in
Oretron City, Clackamas county, Oregon; also
lots Xo. Sevt-n and eiirbt in block Xo. sixty-nina
in Oreg-on City, Clackamas county. State of Ore
Kon ; also the west half of section nine, 9, T. 4 S.,
K. 1 K., containing 320 acres, being the donation
claim of D. 11. (iood, deceased.
Terms of sale are one-half cash in hand, ill t,
S. Gold Co'n, the remainder in two equal install
ments payable respectively in six and twelva
months alter sale. Secured by mortpag- on prem
ises sold. JUKI' E. GOOD,
Administratrix of said estate.
Oretron City, May 17tb, 1872. v0n20;-w4
masonic hall build
ing. OREGON CITY, - - OREGON.
EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, ci!kap fok cash,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Ikireaup, T ounces Rocking Chairs, What
nots, Dec" f-tea-'s, Wa-hstinds. Curled
Hair and I'nlu Matresses, Pulu Pil
lows, Sjring Bed.-, Window
Shades, I'ictare Frames,
.Mouldings, Ac., &c.
--yr--peeia! aitet.tion given to Uphottrr
work in ail its hranches. Orders tilled with
promptness. Kepairn g d n w ith neatness
an. I disr.atch. Furniture made to order.
Goods delivered to any part of town
free of charge. Call and examine for ronr
Dr. B. R. FREELAND,
piiOM 2 DEKCM'S RU'LDINC, CORN
Jt er First and VV shinstca Sts., rortland.
Nitrus Ox-dv adsitt :s?erfd. o23tf.