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TOWN AXO COUNTY.
5B,DiK M K T I N O . P 1 1 rs ' 1 a 11 '
net at the
a large number or our
Court Hor.se last Friday
evening, for the
.i . L.wMiilit v of
p,,rp,eof con,. '.-,;eU,llam
building a 'rep u, , . n j n was
ene river at tins ''cti lUn. J. M;
called to i.p1 . -j M k?.z-p. I1
t..,irlrt1l). alio ' , ,
Cbairirnn. a" ' ' ; , , several
X fn ra'; nnd opposed
.nriemen 0 committee ot three
,bepn'J'"" ,. J '? a'rlow.Thos. R. Fields
CTF (Mwn were appoint, to so
Hti J ii " a Resting the- City
i tax to vote of the citizens ol the cty.
I, w te.l in the meeting that respon
V. ,vere nrepared to build th
..f;,i.r,. for the pmn
..,...., f!,n hndire if
for""-" ... " .1.:.,,. i.....
:! imool tance lO mil I." v
ruction ..I' this bridge would bring manv
persons raiding on the west side of the
r ill, mi- !i-:dinr. he
. r III lull I ' 1 ' ' " ' " " v -
,1,. h.imlreds of people womci come up
'roio Forllatid on pleasure excursions as
' , .,, -is the road on that side is completed
v.nbl he Out a t
hort time and
W 111! " " . , , t
)r.4v..l ihrouuli the entire yailey would
,,, tiiis w..y should the bridge be con
structed, i t is estimated that about SS.
000 ol the sum required can be obtained
i,v donations, which would le.ive 522.0 )0
to b raised by this city. This amount
could be raied on a tax of less than three
,-r cent, on the properly, and the mo
,ent the bridge is linUe-d. our city prop
erty would enhance in value at least !iom
twenty to thirty per cent. We are of the
opinio" that un.essthe people ot our town
will exert themselves and taKe adv intage
of all the avenues which are calculated to
ad I wealth and business to our town, we
(hull soon be cut oft" by some successful
rrival. and instead of our town keeping
"j.-ice with the improvements going on
about us. we shall retrograde. Tue iuter
t t of every business man and properly
holder in this place requires that we shall
open all available avenues which will
center trade here, and this is one of the
most important we have. We want the
bridge to be free to all A toll bridge
v.oufd be ol but Utile benefit. Farmers
on the west side would stili have reason
to go to Portland if th-y had to pay toll
to cone here. There should be extra in
ducements given for people to come here
and we can give it w i' hunt doing ourselves
nnv harm. Let this bridge be construct
cd'aud Oregon city will take a new start
la all her industries. New settlers will
come here, ami before long otir Main
Hretjwould be crowded with factories of
all kinds, and business houses. We hope
this matter will be carried to a success
ful termination and that Oregon city will
have the honor of erectirg the first bridg
across the Willamette.
County oci:t Puockkoixus, The fol
lowing proceedings were held at the Au
gust term of the County Court.
John Sawtelle appeared and fook his
scat a Commissioner.
A Noli nor3 whs recognized the legal
ly elected School StiperintentTent.
" The report of ex sheriff Warner, in re
gird to the delinquent tax list, was ap-
appointed to ascss dam-
1 lie view ei s u(i
ageS claimed by . C. W.'son. reporteu
adversely, to allowing any damages. which
report was approved, and the road order
ed to be opened.
The Court asrreed to pay one lui'f the
cwt nf :t bridge across Butte Creek, at
The Treasurer was autnoTized to pur
chase r new safe.
rthuT Warner. Joseph Fields an 1 . m.
Holmes w w appointed viewers to lo-.it'e
tiie coun'y roid on what is known as the
J. Kaufman and Joseph
Fields, were appointed viewers, to meet
on the 2'h insf.. to view a ro4 from Os
wego to Aurora.
The road from the school hou-o. run
ni 'I- in a westerly course on the line be
tween A. F. Hedges nnd Warner's was de
clared a public road and ordered to be
' In the matter of ti e road commencing
o-i the 1 in ! of A. F. Hedges, t intersect
ing the Partott's T'.ridge road, it was or
dered that the same b" not established
W. II. Vauirhan was app inteil superin
tendent of the construction of Milk Creek
Hill - to !he amount of $I2.".."7 were or
Nearly an Accioknt. Last Saturday
while the train was in motion, a lady. with
jv babe in her arms stepped off the cars,
and fell, her feet extending under the
wheels. Some gentlemen pulled her
away in time to prevent an accident. We
have noticed several times of late that
the train hardly stops long enough to al
low the passengers to tret on and off nd
nvmv have to. g"t on or rff while the train
is in motion. This should be remedied in
om way. -or there will be a serious acci
dent to record some day.
IIki.p to Answkk. Tlse two men. Lee
and Prndy. nirestrd on a charge of being
connected iti the post office robbery. were
examined before Justice Burns last Tues-
d iv. The prosecution wn conducted hv
Mers. K. C. Cronin. and P. til of Portland
and the defense bv C. E. Warren, Esq.
The Justice held Le to answer at the
next term of Court. and discharged Brady.
As this case comes up before our Court,
we will omit the evidence as given before
P.KTiTtNKn. Capt. J T. Apperson.
Grand M rster of the I. O. O. F., re'urned
h mi last Monday from a visit to the va
rious lodges in EtMern Oregon. The
Captain speaks in high terms of the breth
ren of that section, and also reports the
Order in a prosoerous condition. lie ex
pects to visit other Lodges in the jurisdic
tion this season.
Masonic Hall. Capt. Norton, of Nor
ton in this county, informs tis that the
new Masonic II ill at his place will be
completed and ready for dedication about
the 14lh of September. It is a very neat
building and will be an honor to the fra
ternity. It is expected that the Grand
Officers and a number of visitors will be
in attendance when the dedication takes
Stolen. Some rascal walked inlo the
hall of the residence of Recorder Piller
last week and stole his coat. It was a
very good coat, and being the only one
which matches the remainder of the suit,
is pretty valuable. The thief had better
Come back and get the vest and pants.
Notary Ptni.ic Capt. Norton, of this
county. iias been appointed Notary Tub-
he. and is prepared to transact all busi-
ness in his line
Kwixs society. The Sewing Soe:eiy
the Episcopal Church meets next Tnes-
day at the residence ot Mrs. E. D. Keller.
To Loan. Gold coin to loan on real estate
ee-iri-y by Mrs-ow. Johnson McCowv.
From the Daily Herald.
We received information from a phy
sician resident in thi3 city, last week, con
cerning the death of Mrs. O. Hansen, of
Clackamas county, and last evening we
received lhe follow-in? card from her 'hus
band, which we publish in justice to him
and the deceased lady's friends and rela- i
Ci-aceamas County, Oregon.)
August 10. Is72. f
To TKE K1MTOR OK THE IIeUAU)
My attention is called to a notice
your paper relating to the death of mv
v i!e. ?lary Hansen. in which vile and slan
derous charges are made against me. You
will do me the justice to say that I request
and defy 'he examination of mv late wife
it' made by the proper public officer. It
pains me greatiy that respectable news
papers wiii allow them-elves to be used
to publish such malicious charges against
me or any other man. There is noshad
ow of truth in the entire statement.except
that my wife died suddenly, being dan
gerously ill about three or four bonis."
Hut she had been affected for several years
with the asthmatic trouble, which finally
ended her life. And it is not true that
my neighbors suspect any wrong on my
part. Hut if those who maliciously tra
duce me will call the proper officers to
their aid, I will render any needed assist
ance in a proper examination.
Yours truly. Oi.k Hans ex.
Pkkskntatiox. - At a meeting of Cata
ract Hose Co.. No. 2, S. Y. Moss. Esq .one
of the ohlest pioneers of Oregon, present
ed a fine trumpet to the Company with
appropriate remarks, which were replied
lo by Col. W. L. White. The Company
passed unanimously the following preaui
ble and resolution.
Wit kijkas, S. V. Moss. Esq . one of the
o!det pioneers of Oregon did on the I.'lih
day of August. 1S72. present to Cataract
Hose Co.. No. 2. of the Fire Department
of Oregon City, a handsome and elegant
trumpet, therefore. as an humble acknowl
edgment of this marked evidence of res
pect and esteem, in which C. II. Co., No.
2, is he'd by Mr. Moss, be it
Unsolved, by said Co. that this substan
tial remembrance and token of devotion
to the interesss. prosperity and success of
C. II. Co.. No. 2. coining as it does from
on a so long and c'osely identified with
the early history and development of Or
egon, will ever be held by the members
of said Company as one of the brightest
jewels of memory's ea-kef.
IIkmjy IIakoinu, Charles E. Warkkx
W. L. White. Pres.
Attest. IIkxuy IIauiuxu. Sect'y.
School. The school at the Oregon City
Seminary will commence on the 2Uth inst..
when it is desirable that all who propose
attending this year should commence.
The corps of teachers is now complete
and we have no hesitancy in saying that
we believe that Oregon City will be able
to boast of the best public school in Ore
gon. Pt-iRSOXAL. W had the pleasure of a
visit from our friend Hon. Win. E kins, of
Lebanon last Saturday. On Tuesday we
also had a visit from Dr. Weatherford , o!
Portland. The Doctor looks quite hearty
and is sound on Greeley.
Nkw Rooms. Dr. Welch, dentist, has
filled up new rooms at Portland, said to
be tin1 fnest in the State,
a good workman and we
meeting with such succes-
The Doctor is
are glad he is
C liters. The Crystal Palace circus is
advertised to be here next Monday. Of
course everybody will go and see the
wonders of the age.
Conk. Recorder Diiler left to day
a short visit to San Francisco.
AiimvKii. Prof. Nicholson and wife ar
rived last Wednesday.
PoiTt.u: DfsuisT. The New Haven
(Conn.') Ueijis'er says : "Never in the po
litical history of this country has there
been a greater popular disgust manifested
with an admiuistr atioti or such a remark
able siatnoede f nun the ranks of its sup
porters, as at present. It does .not seem
cnliued to anv particular locality, but
it breaks out in all
quarters. There is
not a town m tins county
b'-.t in which
we have the names of Repuh'Icans who
will vote lor Creeley; our letters from
every part of the State tell the s-im si or y.
arid so do our subscribers of their Re
publican neighbors, and so docs our sub
seription bo k perhaps the best criteri
on of all. Connecticut- will vote for Gree
ley, or we have no knowledge of our peo
ple.'' As an instance of how Protection
works for the farmer. Alabama cotton is
laid down in Liverpool at an advance of
4 'cents n pound over its price at the plan
tation ; but Liverpool products are ad
vanced 2nd to ?,'.)() per cent, before they
reach the plantation. The planter P'UjS
a bonus in fi eiuh.t equal to l." per cent, on
his product , and then . wisninz to exchange
the remainder, is taxed 200 to 3lK) per
Tin-: Waii Cry. The. Chicago Tribune
declares that the melancholic days have
come in the Departments at Washington
The clerks, high and low. are daily, and
almost hourly importuned for money
where wi ll lo meet t he expenses of the
hov'ess struggle now being urged by
Giantism against Honesty and reform.
Your Stamps or your removal" is now
li KsiitxED. On the 1st insf,
Win. II. Koekwell, Unite.l States
Revenue Collector for the Six
teenth District of Xew York, sent
in his re'si equation to President
Grant, stating that lie would sup
port Greeley and Irovn. lie also
resigned the Chairmanship of the
State Central Commit tec.
Deak Brotheii : Wtiy do you not write
to your IJrothers and friends on whom
you can pefksd; who sympntl-ist- wiih
you in your troubles nnd will do a'l
in their power to relieve ymir em!arra
men'.s. Tbere i- no o);acle to your com
ing buck and taking your old phiee in so
eieiy and business and being a man.
You have friends here who will spend
their hist dollar to relieve any financial
burden under which you may labor.
There is no possible necessity "for your
abscence. unless yon mean to wilfully
desert your family, which Heaven forbid.
Pe reasonable, and write to your family
immediately. Think of the situation in
which your family is left; in a worse con
dition than if you were dead. Your in
surance for their benefit (which shows
you had their future welfare at heart) has
been kept up in view of your return. -
Your conscience will not allow von to
desert an innocent fami'y, and leave tbem
in ncnin5fl If vru-i it n nrf J -, ... I , .
j ,nrn. select a location and send for your
j family. They demand justice at your
i b inds. and we hope von will be prompt
j to mwt jt 0i!t ,0 ,Pra Let votir con-
i science dictate, not pride,
J. P. F.. Sr.
J. C. S.o.
The limes comes out with a long black
list of what it calls the infamous suppoit
ers of Greeley. It includes in this the
name of Sweeney, but does not publish
the names of either Tweed or Connolly.
II is Tom Murphy succeeded in his nego
tiations with those two men and in secur
ing the support of his old chums and as-
socUfes for Grant
In Clackamas county, Sit.idiy, Aug. 3rd,
1S72, of consumption, Nancy, wife of Joseph
Harrow, aged o4 years, li months, and
In Portland, August 13;h, 0 eutucdk E.
Dai.Y, daughter ot Mr and Mis. Ch:.s. H.
Daly, of an Francisco aged 3 years and 5
Sear Oregon City. Anorust 10th, Albert L.
Heals, sou of S. F. and II. F. ieala--aged ill
vears, 2 mouths and I day.
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the n.ev. John
W. Seilwood, rector. Services on Sunday
at lo a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Church Seats Free
Morning Services, . o .
Sabii itn Scb..ol 12 o'clnck M.
Eveuiui; Services 7 o'clock.
Kkv. E. Ukruy, Acting T'astor
M. E. Church,
. . .5 o'clock
. . .7 o'clock.
. . 7A o'clock.
Eveuing Set vices, .
Sayhath School at 'J.V o'clock a. in
L. Olmstek, Pastor.
AGENTS KOIl THE KM'EHPKiSE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the Entcrpiiise :
Geo. P. Howell i Cc, i ) Park Row, New
Con. Wetherill & Co., U07 Chestnut street,
Abbott .: Co.. No. 82 &. 84 Nassau street,
Portland, Oregon Ti. Samuel.
San Francisco, Thomas Hoce.
San Ftancisco, L. P. Fisher.
Sc. Helens, Columbia county,. . . .S. A. Miles.
Astoria, Clats p comity A. Van Dust-n.
Lafavvtfe. Yamhill county.. J. L. Furguon
Dallas. Polk county
C m von City
Dalb-s, W.isco covnty
f.atirandt", Union county..
Pendleton, Umatilla count1,
. . Dave Holmes
,..... S. Palmer
W. li. baswtll
N. II. Catos'
A. C. '.h a g,
. . . . S. V. Knox
cue City J. M. Thompson
li -aver Creek C. F. P-eatie.
Eigie C. eek Frank W. Foster.
Casoad s Henry McGugin.
Power Molalla W. Moreland.
Can by I. W. Sttawser.
Upper M ilalia W II. Vauirhan.
Harding's Z. C. Norton.
Cutting-,' D. Wright.
Parents less -n vonr Slioe bills two thirds
by buying only CADLE SCREW" WliiE
fatened Hoots and Shoes. Never rip or leak.
All genuine goods bear the Patent Staaio.
L. P. KtS!!E'.t, '20 and 21 New Mer
chants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent
;n Sun Francises.
DdST HAWK, SPIT, SPIT, BLOW,
tru-t ever' body with your ( a-
tiu t'i and its oil'eusive odor, wlieu !.-. Sage's
Catarrh Hetnedy will s)eedily destroy all
odor, urre-: t ie discharge and cur' you.
lie ben-it Utgiie t.otlje ro. ), O. O. Vm
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TL'ESDA Y EVES' IXUH,
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Meinbtrs ol the D jgrce at c invded to
lli,S KAt'A3IlJIK.T .. !,! . O.
F. Meo'.s at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
ITuST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each nvmth. Patrurchs in good stand
in 2 are invite 1 to attend.
Feb. S, ls72-tf
Jliilliitimah Ijulge Xo. 1, A. F.anti
Holds its regular comninnu a
'tions on the Fir it and
in each month, at
the 20th of Sopteipber to the '2nt'ii of
and 7 o'clock from the 2oth of
March to the 2oth of September, llicth
ren in good standnur ars invited to attend.
Dec. 23.1 S7o, iiy order of W. M.
F t t!ie very beat photographs, go to Brad
ley k Rulofs ui's Gal'ery without, Sl'AU?--ASCEND
IN THE ELEVATOR, 120
.Montgomery Street, San Franei co.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
OUce, Xo. Gl Front Strct,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities. consisting of EuTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
ol the STATE lor SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and ibro tghout the S TATES and TERRI
TORII'"S. with greaf rare mid on the most
A D V A N T AC EOUS T E R.MS.
MOUSE-? r.nd STORES LEASED
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of tins OFFICE in ail the
CITIES and TOWNS in the STATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
andf irwar.i the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, IS71
A Peril mi Season.
Glorious and delightful as the Summer
weather is, its tropica! heat is a severe trial
to the vital powers. Even the stronge-t
are sometimes pi o-t rated by its elTVcts. The
common phra-e upp ied to th' condition of
the body is "general debility." Now, gen
era! debility arises from ami includes a va
riety of ailments. The liver is mora or les
affected, the bowels are cuber constipated or
less fleeted, the bowtls are either c-.n-ti-patcd
or too much relaxed, the stomach but
half performs the Work of digestion, the ap
petite is poor, and the spirit- d pies-el.
This is called general debility. It is a gener
al Lsaji cement of all th physic d fundi ns,
and requires as a lemedy a medieine that
wiilregdate them all. Hostettei's Stomach
Rittcr's is especially adapted to this purpose.
Its general operation is not MiiSne.l to a
si.igle organ. If the liver is affecte 1. it re
stores its' tone. If the ftmnacn i- torpid, it
teireiierates it. If the nerves are tremulous
and weak, it braces and reinforces them.
If the mind, which ever sympathizes with
the bode, is gloomy and despondent, it re
lieves the duliculty and so m brings the whole
mechanUm of the body into harmony wit'.i
th? laws of health.
i'i.re is no civilized nation in the vl est-cr-i
lieiiu:)!iere in which the utility of II s
t t er's S'o ouch "Jitters as a tonic, c -rrect-ive.
anfib lions medicine, is not known and
appreciated. Tliroii ihout the Tropics it is
considered, both bv the people and the pro
fession, the sta idard spec ti-. jule it is a
nied.c n-! tor all seasons and all climates it
is especially suited to the complaints Cen
eraied bv the weather, being the purest and
be-t vegetable stimulant in the world.
Beware of the Hitters made of acid and
dangerous materials, which unscrupulous
narties are endeavoring to foist upon the
people. I heir name is legion, and the pub- j
lie has no froarantee that they are n t poison
ous. Ad iere t the tried remedy, Ilostet
tei's Bitters, sold only m glass, and never iD j
ke:5 or lu're!.-1.
The best and most etli -ient cure known for
dyspepsia and indigestion, is I)r, Henley's
Celebrated I X L Hitters- Try it. lie a. 1 ad
vertisement in another column. jun7m3
Oregon Lodge Xo. 3, I. O. of O. F.
jy,. Meets every Thursday even
iiPISs in? at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
&& HaU, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
Bv order .
CRYSTAL PUACE CIRCUS!
HAVINfi VISITED ALL THE PRINf'I
pal cities of California and Nevada. -'v-M,,r
irenf-ral satisfaction, and 'onounecd hv
tl'.e press ami mii.lic to be the J5EST CIRCUS
OF THE PEEL li) !
Will appear in Oregon Citt on
KOXDVY, AUfifST 10, 1S72,
A snendid troupe of First Class Artists
both Male and Female. A Spacious, New
and Larsre Pavilion, comfortably seating all
who may attend.
TIIK WOXDEU of the WOULD
DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT!
General Business Agent.
TiTOTrCE US JIKRKBY GIVEN' THAT BY
1 virte.c of tin execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of Multnomah county, State of Oregon
on the 27 ih day of July, 1S72, and to ie uu-eeled,
in favor ot 1'. M. Arnold and a tin -t (. C. ifuut-
iii'4lon, Ueo. i n iubot ham and M ay Cuttniir, tor
tii'e sum of .-ij 45 li-lliO d.liars in oid ooin.di-siiurse-
nients and costs, I did on tin: 3rd day of August,
1S72, for the want of p-.r-onal proper! y, le y utia
all the rhiht, title and interest of -Mary Cuning
widow of 1 avi:l Cuitiny. deceased--iu and to the
f,.!!owin-' described real estate, to-v,nt: cast half
of donation claim of i avid 'utthstf and wife, de
scrilcil in notitieation No. 7,2!2 anU papers there
w e.niiiei reil on lil,' in the I.uii'l OHi. e in Ore-
iron C'itv, hein-r part of see' ions N'o. 17, 20 and
21, in T 3 S, K 2 K; said lialf beinix determined
bv a line running north 2.i uee;., 3u min. wes ,
containing 321 12-100 acres, and t lie dower riuhi
of said widow in the west half of said land claim,
to satisfy the said execution. I will at )iit
lie auction, to the highest bidder, for jjtdd or sil
ver coin, i-.i hand paid, on Saturday. the 1 Itti day
of September, 1S7'-', at the t'ourt House door in
Oregon Citv, tit 10 o'elock, A. M-, of said day, all
tlie riirht, title and inter. :st of s.tid M vry Cutting
in and to the above dtvribed real estate or so
inuuii tliereof as will satisfy .said oxceutioa.
Uivcron ( iiv, Auifust llni 1S72.
A. F. Jli'.OeiKS, Siierilf.
Jiy C. P. EAT IE, U.-puty.
THE FOLLOWING MUSIC-BOOKS
are receominendcl asteintrthc 13 F.ST
of their class :
.S t 7.)
The S'on'-r Evho. fr Schools.
K inkers .New Methou loi- lu
Orjran will bo ready
An;. 2.", t
rotors' Fcleetic 1'iaiio .eu.x'i, t
over 3'W,U00 copies in u-o, )
Peters' Barrowcs' i'l un'T
f Vovr all's iOiitar School
Festival i 'himes, Sia.uu cla -ses
Xu Bins Ultra (ilee Book, wilh
Tiiti.o or rwn Ac'p'mt l
1 , ud ten's Schoal tor the Voit-e..
Beiers' Art i f fc:iiijin
AViclitTs Violin SchT. Peter's o.l.,
Kiuaicer's Fiute Scliool
AV imnier-tcdt's Violin School. . .
AVimmcr.si-uJt's Fiure Scli-jol...
I'e eis' Vioiia Senool
1'eteis' I: late t chonl. . .
X-:: .ei ' 1'a rloi-1 '. iinpanio'i. i-'or
Flute, Violin, and Biano,
Tetcrs' Pat lor i 'ampaaioa. For j
ail. i'luU! and 1'ii'lio,
v.-ill he s
Oil IV c
.). l. nrridts, .wj
iknnl Cable Screw Wire
BOOTS A XI) SHOES.
Last as Song again as
any other kind.
rpilERE WILL RE A PUULIC EXAM IN A
L tion of teii'dicrs f-r (Tuckumas e muty,
at the Seminary building, in Oregon City, on
Saturday, August 21th
County School Superintendent.
In tho nutter of S' AT 1 1 A X I E L KOIJBIX'8
rT&MlU EXECUTORS OF PAID ESTATE
lcive liied in tin; fount y Co art of (Taekaia is
eo-int y, tl.oir .wnunts an 1 voaoh.-rs for linal sc-t-tk-meiit
; and tin: ('oart has appointe 1 the iirst
ilon iay in !ep"einber, A. 1)., 1.S7J, for the exam
inatioa of siu-ii aceomits and the sortleiuvut of
sm-li estate. All persons intei-ested are notiiied
to IIP- their exceptions, if any they have, before
that d fe.
iiv ordi. i of Hon. J. K. AVAIT. J uTre of said
Co-art. II. F.CACf 11X1),
Coani j- f icrk.
Johnson fc McCown, Attorneys. nlhvl
E (iU A E I. AT I OS OF
as ''iiif--, Oregon, will inet't at the
f 'ount v Clerk's o'.tiee. in !aid coanty, on Jlotidav,
the 2ith day of Au'U-it. A. J).. !S7-', and pahliely
examine and correct all errors in de-crip; ion.
valuation, etc., ia As-es-ment Roll for 1ST". All
j):-r--ons interested will please appear at such
time and place. C. C. O A lilt KTT,
Assessor of CI icka?nas
Au?. 1st, 1S72. County, Orojon.
If IT AVE liEEX APPOIXTED IIY TIIK IIOX.
- 1'imntv Court of Claek-mi'is c anv, Oreyron.
Administra'or of the estate of MA U V IIAXSKX,
decease I. AH persons havin clauns, will pres
ent tliein to me at the olii'-e of .b)iin-on 5c Mo
Own, lawyers, Oregon City, Oregon, wiihm six
months fijin the date of this notice.
A linuM rator.
Dated Oresron Citv, Oreson, Aug. a, 1S72.
"PARTIES WHO WERE OCCUPYING
.1. la ids in the u'.rande Ronde and Siletz
Reserves," in tlie State of Oregon, in the
years lsr..V")!i,nn.l had to abandon the same
in c msequeiice of said Reserves having been
selected by the C. S. for the set' lenient of
the Uogae River In. Hans, will d- ase -end
their addresses, for further correspondence,
to II. V. OS VY.I VS, Att'y, Box li 5
Washin-tcm Citv, D. C.
VOID QUACKS. A victim f exrlv in-
scretKn. causing nervous debility,
premature decay . &c , having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple means
of self-cure, which he w;ll send free to Ids
fellow sufferers. Address J . 11. REEVES,
73 Nassau st. , New York
TTOME-M ADE CARPET FOR SALE AT
JlJL it 3f.iijiti,v
ft L7 I y ff
THE E.NTIRE SPLENDID STOCK OZ
BOOTS 2iiil SUOES
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE ! j
Will be closed out immediately AT COST.
Those indebted to the firm will please call
PROTZBIAN, GILLIHitN h C0.3
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts-,
rORTLAND, LEG ON.
July 16, lS7Ltf
ICE-CREAM SALOON !
I.OU5S SAAL, - - - Proprietor.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
I to the the citizens of Oregon City and vi
cinity, that 1 have just opened an
ICE-CREAM & COXFF.CTIOVARY
establishment in the building formerly occu
pied by L. Dilier, corner of Fourth and
Mm in streets.
The ArJio Sosl:v Fountain will Le in
operation to supply the demands of the thirs
ty. I manufacture all mv own t-tuek, conse
quently they are ruin-: and frksh.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY G3GCE0IE3,
COFFEE. TEA , SUGAR,
FLOUR AND MEAL of alt kinds,
PICKLES. SO l SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
BUTTER. CHEESE and EGOS.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce t tken in ex
chance f ir goods at the highest market rates.
2 ; f"i ! o-ls delivered in t he city free of
charge. A fair she re of patronage solicited.
March T.',, Is72:!f
IJS'W GOODS :
ON THIRD STREET,
Iietwcen .tiler and Slorrison Streets.
Kiiif Ii-isH lioiom
Table stiitl Ioom
I-iiix-it ii nd Co'ton
ilusiIi- r. liit fs.
UlatkDrf s Sillts,
Kl.teU Silk ioj
I i n
Hlark Atp teas,
Kools siuil S!i3'S,
Fh rjissli'g Guosls
A linrjle Store, a.S !; Ooid Business
stand, in winch a prosperous business his
bet-n conducted for over t.vo jcars. Rent
Low. Apply to
' niiio st., sorrsi ov aldku,
$1,000 IN THI5ME MONTHS.
AtiENTS CAN MAKE THE ABOVE
a-nount by sellicg the Greatest Book of
the Age, the
STRUGGLE OF '72.
The issue-, and candidates ot the present
political campaign, HiMoi ij and J'hitform,
Review of ("rant's Admihi-dration. The Rec
ord of Hhrvck OuEiii-EY. by Everett ("ham
be; lam, formerly of tlie Chicago Tribune.
The illustrations are drawn expressly for the
work bv Stephens. Entirely original. The
finest, both humorous and grave. If yen
want to make money send Oxi" Dollar for
outfit and secure territory at once, terms,
ttc, furnished on application. Address -V. -liAXCKOKl'
Si CO., H:m Fraiiciiico.Ca
BEST REMEDY FOR
DYSliiPSIA, INDIGESTION, EILIOUSSTESSi
10SS CF AFFtT'.TE AXD IMACTICN C7 THE tiVER.
If : i 's---f bss". -'.--- -: t t,4 fc"J in -i--
Are acknowledged to be the n-opt. wholesome
and rtKcient of Tomes p.n.l iteciii crativ; s
Ii::AH I'HVSH lANS CtiiXil ica!I;s on back ot
Cacii bottle. ,..!!
"s'one penuino without our iraa& "iiarK tlown
on the liottlr. . .
To sell other than the reruine r.rticle ont of
our botthi is a criiniiud C,eiis-. .'.mi we MijOI.
wlien A'-trcted. prosreute such p.-irties to the full
extent of t!),- law. .
11. JL-i'STCIX i Co.. hnl.. Prnrnetnrs.
5iH Front Ft., S. 1'.
In the County Court of Clackamas county,
h'tate of Oreiron.
JACOU WORTMAX, TlaintbT.
X. XETVELE, Defendant.
rg-lO X. XFAVF.EE, THE Al'.OVE XAMED
- l...f jndant In the aanie of the State of )re
jron you are hereby re jnire 1 to appear and an
swer" the complaint file 1 a-j-ain-t you in aid
Court in the atovo ftntirlr.d action within ten days
after the si -r vice of this summons upon you, if
served in Clackamas county, or twenty days if
served in any other cvanty in said State, and im-les-i
you so appeur and answer -ai 1 e imrdaint in
said t.-rm or on or before the 1st day of the term
of said Court ciiiim?nrirr.f next after the expira
tion of six v,e-'ks from the publication of t'iii
snmmon. to-wit : on Monday, the 2n 1 day of
SeTitcmier, J872, the plaintitt will take a judg
ment against you for the snra of 45 and inter
est tlcreon since the 14th day of May. lS72,also
for cxs and dis'jur.-emen'-s of this a'-fion.
I'uhlWie 1 bv order of Hon. J. K. Wait, Jude
of said Court. .IOIIXSOX A- JW'OWN,
Dated 23d July, Alfys for yd ff.
In the matter of the estate of JACOB F.XGLE,
"5k-OTK 1, IS HEREBY GIVF.X BY THE
un ler-i-rned that he has teen appointed by
C-ounty Court of Clackamas county. Otrum, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Jacob'Encrle, deceas
ed, and that all creditors of. and all persons owin?
claims arainst said deceased, are required to pre
sent the same with the proper vouchers, within
six months lrom the date of the notice, at his
office ia Oregon Citv, ri:wkama rounh-. Oren
HENRY WAR REX, '
Adrninistator of the estate of
Or?cra City, firwn, Ant ;j, iV:.
Jacob F.nsio, doc!-!.
CHAS.H. CAU FIELD,
COESER MAIN" AXD SEVENTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY", OREGON,
DRY - GOODS & GROCERIES,
CROCK EE.Y and GLASS AWRE.
Also, a full assortment of
Milliner' and Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST STYI.E.i,
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oregon City, June 21st, 1872. tf
JUST RECEIVED I1V
HAVE JUST REDEIVED A COMPLETE
and well-assorted stock of
AND GEMLE3IEXS Fl'UMSIIIXG GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call and examine my stock before purchas
Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods.
A . LhiVY,
Madn street, Oregon City.
r p 1 1 E U N D E P. S I G N E D D ES I R ES TO SELL
JL his property in Orciron Citv will sll
at a liargaui, to a good purchaser. Lot S, in
block .'), whereon there is a good Dwelling
House with S rooms, partly hard finish, bal
ance cloth and paper and the Livery Stable
now occupied bv dessrs. ibis & Broughton
Water pipes laid on the premises, from
IYa-e's water wuiks.
Also 4 town lots in Canemah, with good
Also ii town lots in lower end of Oregon
City : also Itjo ot laua known as the dona
tion land cla in of Wm. Stone, 3 miles
sontueast of Oregon City, with some im
provements, thinly timbered, nc under
growth, good lasting water
2"liqiiire at County Clerks office.
J. M. ERAZER.
Oregon City, May Cth, 1S72. v6n'2S
i. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Main Street, Oregon City-
FM BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them
T II E B A II J S S UPPTAED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon already
famous Whiskies and Punch.
also, a xo. 1
Is connected with the Salot n.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, lS72:tf
LINCOLN BAKERY. .
WSLLIAHrlS a. HARDING,
AVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
BREAD, CR VCKERS,
CANDIES AND NUTS.
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not seli goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To the fanning trade we would say CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our goods.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city.
Feb, l1!, ls72:tf
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and ns many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that lie is now prepared, with
ample room . good materials, and the ver
beft of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ol a vehicle trom a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Trv me.
Biacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing ueatlv, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
jHEXRY II EI,,
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
os toinform the pubiiethat he is now prepar
edto manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As -rood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited nnd promptly filled.
TOOM 2 DEKUM'S BUILDING. CORN
V; er First and Washington Sts.. Portland.
Nitrous Oxide adminisferpd.
Store to Rent.
THESTORE nOUSE FORMERLY OCCU
pied by Kafka, on Rock Creek. 1 2 miles
from Aurora, situated at a fine point for
coiintrv trading pos ; can be had on very
reasonable terms. This is it de-irably point
for a man with sma'l capital to go into busi
ness. Enomre r-f JOnNSON & Met u
Orfroa City, Oren.
. 1833 t
ESTABLISHED - -
DESIRES TO INFORM TI1E CITIZENS
of Oregon Citr, and the Willamette
Valley, that lie is still on hand, and doing
business on the old motto, that
"A imble Six-Pence is better than a
I have just returneif -from San Francisco
where I pui chased oce of the
LARGEST and BEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods
ever before offered in this city slid consists
in part, us follows :
Boots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every
Description Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oiis,
Sash & Doors. Queens
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedwar
qualities & styles,
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
ishing Goods, Fancy Notions
of every dcscription.Patent Med
icines, Rope, Farming Implements
cf all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c.
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
MOST COMPLETE ever offered in this mar
ket, and was sleeted with especial care for
tliis market. All of which I now ofl'er for
sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, efr any one else, to
think of going to Portland to'buv goods for
I am DE'IERMINEI) TO SELL CHEAP and
not allow myself to be
nBERSGID IX THE STATE OF OREGON
All I ask, is a fair chance and quick pay
ments. Believ ng, as I do, that nineteen
years' experience in Oregon City enableu tue
to Know ihe reqirements of the trade.
Come one and all, ani see for yourselve
that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARfvl AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It would
be useless for me to tell you all the advan
tages I can ofl'er you in the sale of goods, as
every store (hat advertises does that, and q
probably vou have been disappointed. All I
wish to say is, come and see and examine
for yourselves, for I do not wish to make any
mistakes. My object is to tell all my old
liiends now that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sell -oods cheap for cajsh, or on such
terms as agreed upon. a
Thanking all for the liberal patronags
Main street, Oregon City.
:3F"Legal Tenders and County Script
taken at market rates.
57";o,000 Ib3 wool wanted hr
REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE.
JACOB ST1TZEL, C.C.WAT;
SCCGESSORS TO STITZEL k UPTON.,
Cor. Front and AVasli ington St.,
PORTLAND, O R E G ON .
Special attention given to the sale of farir-
ing lands and city property. All corren
pondence relating to the recources of Ore
gon will be promptly answereu-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge t
JACOB STITZEL A CO.
March 15, lS72:tf
1 FA TE OF THE CLIFF JIOUSF
M AIN' STREET, OREGON CITV, OREGON'.
THE UNDERSIGNED HE
spectfully announces to his
friends and the traveling public.
that be has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to ferve hi
csutomers with O vstei s, Pis's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan, 27, 1371:tf
HIAIN STREET, - OUECOX ClTTi
31AMFACTIRER AXD DIPORTER OF
1VARE, Ac, &c.
TTniCII II E OFFERS aS CHEAP AS
can be bad in the State, at
Wholesale or Retail.
ejj-I warrant nil mv coods as f eprr senff ( .
Oregon City, April l", 1S72. n2?tf.
No 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship landing, Portland. Oregon.
H. R0THF0S, J. J. WILKENS,
Board per Week $5t0
" " " with Lodging 6 on
" ' Day 1 oo
yOTARYPUBLTC, ENTERFRISr OFFICT
Or?tron City, Jan MS:tt