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: SEPT. 13. 1S72
TOWN' AND tor XXV.
CoVNTyCoukt ri:ocKKDixGs. I ne ioi
lowing are tie proceedings of the County
Courier September 'cnn:
In the mailer of then-port of J. Rar
..... r Kaufman and J. A. Fields view-
Is to locate a road from Oswego to Anro
rV it appearing that ceriain'pani.-s claim
ing damages by reason of said road run-
in(r damages uy
inrr over their premises
it was oidered
iliat the report lav over until nextterm of
Court., and I.. D. C. Latourette.Ad Cason.
and James Eaton were appointed to as
TheCoiintv map made by C. h. lalbot
was accepted and (lie Mim of 2UU order
ed paid tor tliesam.
Chas. Hup.iun was granted license to
Fell liquor in less quantities than a quart
in Linn city precinct.
In the matter of the repor'; of C. Mis
ener. R. VV. Worsham and 11. 15. May.
viewers to locate a road, known as the
.Stewart road : report accepted and the
road opened according to report.
C. C. Garrett whs allowed $(104 for as
jessing the county.
The Sheriff was required to file an ad
ditional bond of SliLUtIO as tax collector.
Tbe application ol Hen Ilolladay. Jr.
fir a change of the county road in the up
per ei d of town was granted.
Rills to the amount of $11,75 were al
Civil. Docket. -J. R- Ralston vs. Moses
J. Spicer; judgment by default for amount
due with accruing interest
A. F. Hedges vs. Kd win Hates and Nel
foii Willard ; judgment y default lor
amount due with inict-sts and cos's.
Jacob Woriman vs. X. Xewell : judg
ment by default for amount due with in
terest and costs.
Pkoisatk Hi'siXKSS. Tn the matter o the
estate o! Nathaniel Robins ; final settle
In the matter of the ("Iiiardianshin of S.
S. Johnson ; ordered that S. IJ. Johnson
and his sureties be released from further
n the matter of-ihe estate of Jesse V.
Room, deceased . citation ordered is-ued
to the heirs to show cause why the real
estate should not be sold.
In the ma'ter of the estate of William
I.il!on ; J. K. I'ark'-r appointed adminis
trator ; bond of SP't) filed.
Estate of Mary Hanson ; further time
given to file inventory.
In the miner of the guardianship of
1:11 it'. K. and Frances Phillips ; inven
tory filed and approved.
DlM NKKN I N I ) I . W .
ft China work house
drew a knife on the
arrested and rut in
An Indian went into
last Saturday, and
(diiniman was. when he commenced an as
sault on him.and nearl ui ide a good
'hiuam-iii ol hint befor.
i:i irons to prevent
The Indian wa
him from doina
Goon Xkws. Vv'e call t
tion to the advertisement
Caulield. in to day's paper.
of ('has. H.
j'lsf received a fine new stock of gc-ods.
which he sells as cheap as can be had in
town. Portland or anv other plaee. When
a man advertises liber.'i'ly. yon can al
ways get good bargains from him. (jive
him a call.
Nkw Pr.K.voiKK. We learn that the M.
V. Chore! at this place has called Rev
Mr. J. D. Locey to act as their pastor for
iht enduing vear. which call he has nc
eepted. Mr. Locev is a man ol fine abili
ties and what he may lack in experience
i-i his new calling, he will make up by
P.K.Ni:nr. A number of our citizens
united and gave Mr. J. M. Bacon a benefit
I it evening, in order to aid him to m ike
tip the loss which lie recently sustained
tiy being robb-'d. We are p'ea-ed to
'.t'e that our eiiizens showed a very cum-Tii-ndab!e
degree of liberality and ti e
affair proved a success.
Rktuixmi. During the past week Ma
"jor Cloirmaii and Mr. Aekermun returned
from San Francisco, where they have been
purchasing their fall and winter s'ock.
We- ate informed that boh have purchas
ed flue stock, which will arrive in a few
d ivs are! be ready for their customers.
CoNCKRr Tiie children of the Congre
gational Sabbath School will give n con
cert next Tuesday evening at the Congre
gational Church for the benefit of tiie
Scho4d. The exercises will chiefly con
sist of singing temperance songs ;i:id re
citing temperance pieces.
IIkaw r.u.t.. As Councilman Moss
was going down the hall steps leading out
of this office, last 'Saturday evening, he
missed the first step and fell the whole
distance down, receiving some
but none of a serious character.
C.u.t.Ki) Senator Kelly ha? been in
town during the past week, and gave us
a call. We regret to state that his health
is not very good. but. hope he may soon
enjoy his former good health.
Passkd Fr. Willamette Engine Co. No.
1. of Portland, passed up on the morning I
train yesterday for Albany, to pay a !
friendly visit to their brother firemen al j
'hat place. Thev will return this even-i
"K- " !
Stock. Mr. I. Selling has just received j
a new stock of fall and winter goods, j
"men ue oners to tin customers at mi
usual low prices. (Jive him a call.
SKntotsi.Y Ii.t.. The many friends of
Judge W. T. Matlock will regret to learn
that he is dangerously ill. and that there i j'
i out little hope of his recovery.
QfAKTK.ui.Y Mkktixi;. The Quarterly
Meeting of the M. E. Church will be held
to morrow, continuing over Sundav.
Reti liNK.n. Mr. N. W. Randall return. -d
home from his visit East yesterday. He
looks fine and heartv.
.iisa . i ersons desiring new music
t, ...... ii
procure Peter's Mori tbltr nt T.U.r.
s Mon 1 1
ung s book store at publisher's price.
Koi; Sack. We have a supply of deeds
inortffages and other legal blanks on
"and and for sale
The Riidicals in their eujdiuistic m o
tiuuits, hiive charactarized Mr. Greeley's
endorsement by the I'.altimore Cunven
u"n. and Senator guuiner's endorsement
f Mr. Greeley, a a "surrender to the
"lemy, and abandonment of principles."
, h:lt we ask, then, aain, will they c ill
"'nei-iil Iiix--S nomination bv the Kepub
''caiis of New- York?
Ounno: the last year of Johnson's Ad
"inistr.ition the total expenditures of the
government were SoS4.777.yy6 1 1. The
xt three years under Grant the total
penditures averaged $fi!2.37 1.323 17
year showing that the expense of the
-'"ernment under Grant is. $ I07..5?U.3.3
- eic.i year more than under Johusoj. ;
Reasons l,r Voting' l-'or Creeled.
From the Pittsburg Post.
1. Because we want a chang. of aTmin
we see no other way to get
received Ute unanimous
nomination of the regular, well qualified
moc-raiie, pai ty.
as vrtani .ssei!.'. coldblooded man, with
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-iii .-iiL ii it neat i.
o. B-cause Greeley has pledged hitns?lf
to a course ol action in harmony wi;h the
principles of the Democratic pt vty. aiid in
no other way than by his election can the
people now hope to m-c them once more
in the ascendant.
h. Because Grant, and the parly who
sustain him or whom he handles it makes
little difference which, have show n. unmis
takably, that thev do not intend to allow
our Southern bieiherti to be tree men. or
the Southern SiiUes to hive anv real sov
ereignty or any rights such as states should
- because ( Jrant. and his men. forming
the Grant Government, have exhibited be-
1 . !. . l
iui e me wnoie vnr
the meanest spirit
the American neo-
ever shown by a
They cannot disgrace
pie. out t!K.y have disgraced! hemsi-
atoi lowered our people's y ver nn Lmt in
the efct.iiii iti.jti of lair men among all na
tions. S. Because Grant, and his tooK as un
scrupulous as himself, have si-nt hordes of
Radical thieves into the homes of out
.Southern brothers and robbed them of
their pittance lelt by the w:
I'd them in vast debts. i:i the must bar
laced and u ragemis in a )i o i-r.
V. Because fir int. and his men. have no
respect I'.m the people. Xorih orSou'h:
cuing only for what they can vmki ofi'
them ; whereas Greeley is himself one ot
t h" orKing lien, and alive ti their feel
ings and boih kind and considerate'
Id Because the best, nvn among the
Radical leaders, who kn.no Grant, have
pronounced him unfit to b, the ruler of a
I fee people.
11. Bee iiise he makes si-! and his own
personal gici-d and cpi;ilificaiion primary,
and the all' airs oj the Government a mere
plaything, ami entirely second iry.
12. Bi-cai.se lt' appoints men to public
offices who are unfit and dishonest, know-i:u.-
tlieni to li - so: and retaim tliem to the
peri, us injory ot 'the people's (iiickets.
li!. Becai:-e G rant "s polities"' have been
simply ridiculous. He came into the oHice
wi'h the public declaration that
"no podey." whereas his whole
from heginniuir to end has been but a suc
cession of ill liil p..iic'h S.
II. Bee i use his S in Dotningo police is
, i .
plug; and in case of his
w lit Iu
',' as tlo-
I !V his
lis as sure! v
w jeki-d sch
lines, and it is
111. ire than a
ii i )1. ana iuo. dangerous tirani loo
io. Because (iree'iey nominated as he
s b,-e n. and sunnorsed as he will be.
: by I he well disposed men, of the United
' Stales. "will isatiii-.tliy rally around him the
: be.-.; men. and secure an honest administra
; tion of the (j over;; in":: t.
i :i. Because we can stand all honest ud-
: ministrarion ol the ( ! o vein men t .
! 17- B'-c iuse. although (jreeley as an ed-
i'or lias ' h rough a long poli: ical life oppos
ed m my ol the prii cipies ol the D'-mocrat-
; ie party, our iiom;ia:iug (.'(uiveutinti has
; satisfied i seit that he is now ready to har
i moil ..- with them upon she great measures
v'nal to our country's prosperity, and il.e
i existence tree Govei ntiient.
j IS. Because we have ever since the war
' coKl'Miined the policy ina a go ra t . d bv the
I dominant Radical p irty as iniiuical to the
1 tine in lei est s oj t ii Sou t h.eru States, whilst
(iraut not only siippof s ifl.-ut aggravates
! it by his mili-ui'y lu.intiv ever tluem.
I 11'- le-cause Greeley condemns this ty-
r. uiiiic.il aed wicked ciiius.-, and stale's
icady to (iiscird it ironi our (jo'eru
; iiieut as a disgrace to modern civilization.
'JO. Becau.-e there is nothing whatever,
no policy and no act of our Government
: more important, more fraught with high
eoliseipieaces in t he homed iate and dis?ali t
I lu'ure ttiaii tl.erea! i ratei a . i ' i.ui oi tin-
North and the ,
Iraierniz ttioti nn.de
his tueii is an impos
the i i.le oi Grunt an:! h
sibiuty : w hiie under tut
or tiie principles k will
act toil ol 1 ,'omo
be a cei t duty.
2'1. Because Greeley is Utiwiiing to
learn, while Grant, is notoriously, as weii
as childishly, stubborn ami mulish.
if these or any of these
reasons an- to b
our political etie
1 egiii ded as praise of
v. we ciiti afford to let
it. stand, when brought to the square
choice between Greeley and Grunt,
Look on thir picture, and on this."-'
I 21. Because our course as a Democratic
1 organ has been and is consistent. We fa-
I voied the nomination ol a straight ticket.
J believing that it could be carried. We
;eneve so silo: out our party Has marked
u: its plan, and we intend to s'and by
he Democracy, and by Greeley and
The Cost of Presidents.
From the N. Y. World.
The Total expenditures for keeping
executive m msion in repair aim lurniiiire,
lighting the capital and executive man
sion, ami finding the latter in fuel, and
other outlays necessary in 1M7-S. during
the Presidency of Andrew Johuson. were
SSii.Ttl t 01. ami here is the estimated do
tailed amount that Mr. Bouiwell asked
Congress to grant him for 1&72-3. and
which of course was appropriated, that
Mr. Grant might be comlortab'.e:
KXKCfTIVK MANSION- AM (Itiot'NPS.
For repairs to mansion i
Repairs and care of green house,
including new flower stands ami
Constructing o K feet drainage. ..
Lighting .execu'.ixe mansion and
Lighting grounds around execu
tive m msion
Righting Lincoln square
3 no j
hiing Lafayette suuaiv
Lighting Franklin square
Pay lor lamplighters, g is fitting
Continuing wmk on Executive
avenue including coping, curb
ing, fencing and n a adeii.izing.
Care and improvement of Reser
vation Xo. 2. Lafayette square,
including grading ic
Annu il repair oi fences around
1 he square
Manure, and hauling for the same,
oil public grounds
In Rsdo Mr. Howell Cold) Secretary of
the Treasury, re
tore tor lighting
turns the total e.xpondi
execuiive minsion and
capml. Co i fuel for the president's house,
refurnishing, and keening the grounds.
Ac. at .")u.7."iy (JS.
It therefore appears that Mr. Johnson's
living cost H.s only th'ty-thiee percent.
more than Mr. Enrhunan's and it we con
sider that Is., 7 s was a vear when "-old
averaged lid. the increase is not much
against Mr. Johnson, flut n,;r j,iVsert
president, gold at only 115. increases the
expenditure over that of his predecessor
fully IP ) per cent., and over thit ..f n.,
ii-an o-'o per cent. Iu all W:
Grant "comes high.
The Ruhimore G-izeUe calls the attenf ion
of i he Democratic State Executive Com
mittee of rennsyivania to the coloniz i
lion of the border counties of th:it State
by negroes from Virginia.
- ,n l.aiticals cannot jusilv i tor Grant or refuse t, l ,
- ''as some and fee! j eertaiu to be idccted ot f,.r rt - '
for thesufierintrs of his felh.w ,., !, ..r-., r V ".t tul Lls I
Mix.ve.sota. Mr. !
Ignatius Donnelly, ex-member m i
irrpss fmm !inn,e.,., t. ... -
n """'"u"li I ilea as lOISOWS Of
j th" situation there :
I sincerely believe ih.it tho
vote of Minnesota will r .
be cast for Gree-
ley anil Rrown. I
nuny localities we
hive alt end v from -mi
to f.i) jer cent of
man uy the name of Vm. Conwell a
native ol Bngland. died in Wasco count v
sotne time azo who. when aiive. lived so
meanly that lie hardly kept Ids bodv and
soul together. It is uppo-d by some'
that he starved him-eir to death or the
next thins to it. at least he was so reduc
ed from the want of proper food that when
uise;.se attacked Him 1
ie was taken off a -
most Tmniodhite! v
Since his death his
has been settled rtn mh,1 ih 1j .,
. ..,.MiLe m .3t.il zL in co.n remaining in
the hands of the administrator that will
evidently go to the State, as he died with
out leaving any known hei:s.
K . ..... .?.- 11-
Tw::i:di.j:k m Axi T. Wkkoi.kdkk. The
old T oom in v Ring of this city, says the
New " ork World hail its origin in a com
bination o! Republicans and Democrats.
1 hiulow Weed was the organizer on the
Republican side and Widiani M. Tweed
on the Democratic. To-day Thurlow
Weed is operating for Grant at the Utica
t'onvention, and Tweed is about to con
tribute out of his obmderiio's half a mil-
j lion to help elect Gnnt. Thus it is that
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i. oeedati'i 1 weed are again cheek bv
West field, .Mass.. has started a Greeley
and Brown Club with one hundred mem
bers, embracing many of the most promi
nent Republicans iu the town, one o!
whom for a numb -r of years has beet)
Chairman of their Town Committee.. Gar
ry the news to IBram and Henrv.
1 sire to return mv siia-.-re th inks to
my it How workni.-n for their m nenais ii.t to
pay the exoei.ses of a suit whioh h-:m iT'i-i'iit-
jv ileci.led against me. It is especially grat
1 ifvlng to me as It comes unexpected and tin-
aske i, and is the g-i erons gift of those whose
hea'-ts are a'ways right ; and who will uphold
their comrades wle n unjustly prosecuted.
Most ot these parties were present atihe
trial, and white the verd.et of the jury was
against me. their j ndgmelit is thus shown in
ni.V behalf. Thank ng ou lor this cxhibit.on
ot yourt tecui, I i-einaiu yours,
To pr atect tl; uridcrstandiag of huni.tnity
nothing there is I !e h.'atlie:- fastened toge h
er by CA li LE S(.'REW WIRE. Boots and
S'.ioes m.ide in this way never rip, or leak or
come ami: t.
lli r;' u,'i, N. Y., Dec. 1;, 1 s7o.
Da. R. V. Pikkce : For the pa t six
tnonihsl have used your Goloen MeH al
Discovery iu n y joactiee, and iu th if, true- I
have test- d its merits iu severe C 'Ugh-,
both acute and chronic, in ctirouio j isea-e.s
tiie tin oar, severe cases ot bronchitis.
i general derangement of the system . consti
! pateii condition ot the bowels, aad wherever
! a tho ouh AHetaiative or bloed ji riiler
lias oee a oiuieaceu. j n an eases 1 iiave
t uiiid it to act gently, yet. thoroughly and
i tiect u.il ly in removing the v.ui ius d.sea-ed
n.ndlt.ous, aad bringing a'o uit a healthy ac
tion thro iciiiiut the system. Vi-urs tra
tcrn.illy, 1L L. HALL. M. D.
This medicine is sold by all respectable
druggists in all rmrts of America.
VsIiial)1e Iii !!.
A regul ir habit of body is absolutely es
sential to physical health and clearness of
ii. telle, t. Nor is this II. Beauty of person
cannot co-exist with an ir. natural condition
of the bowels. A fr. e passage of the refuse
matter of thess'em through these natural
waste pipes, is n
bedy as i ;e fre
are to the puritvof the
tuissitge of l ho
la! ot a
city throng:! it; scwu
s is neces-arv t a the
health of its l iabiiants.
Iuil gesti-.n is the primary ciusc of most
of the diseases of the discharging organs,
ati a one of its urost common le-'d's is con
s ipa'ion. This e.-mplaitit, besides b'-ing
da, .ge, cuts in it-elf, has many disagreeable
concomitants such as an n -pleasant l.eeath,
a sallow skin, con S ami nat i n g blood and bib-,
hemorrhods. he,;diche, loss of memory,
ami general d;bi!iiy.
liosuttei 's Sioni ic!i IJ'tters remove all
these evils by it-moving their immediate
cause hi the digostive organs, and regulating
the aet-oa of the inte tines. The coaibiea
liou of p-op-.-r:ies in this celebrated prepar
ation is one of its chief merits. It is not
j merely a stimulant or a tome, or an auti
i l.iilhous agent, or tiervin-, or a blood de-
pureiit, or a '-atiiartic, but all these curative
j elements judiciously blended in one power-
j ful rest-u-a ive. It lends activity and vigor
i to the inert and cuervati-d st.unach, re
lieves tie- ailiuiehtary rami! of us obsti na
tions, and gives tout- to the membrane which
lines it. gt-utlv- stimulates the iiver. br;u't-s
the rerves, ami cheers the animal spirits.
No other remedy possesses such a variety
of hygienic virsues. 1 1 is to t hese. cluoaeter
istie virtues that it owes its prestige as a
household nied cine- Experie ee has prov
ed that it is harmless as it is effieari ous, and
hence it is popular with the weaker sex as
with the stronger.
Ilostettei's .stomach Litters are sold in
bottles only, and the trade-mark blown in
t ie g'ass and engraved on the label is the
test of genuiacuess. Beware of counter
feits. We clip the following from the Troy X.
'Some three months since Dr. R. V.
Pierce, of Hud'i'o.N. Y . commenced adver
tising in the U'hi'j, an article called 'I)r
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. We belu vid at
that time it was one of the many catch -penny
ariiOig nieiits to swindle the peoale oaf of
their money, but dining llie past few weeks
have bee me convinced to the contrary.
We know of several prominent citizens who
have s-.'e red from that loathsome disease
"Catatih," and they proeounce I !r. S ige's
Remedy no humbug, and in several instances
have be n entirely care I. We desire ti
give Dr. Pierce the ben- lit of the same.
J. D. KcCO W A v2,
i3 n o r o ti 11 A 1' II a rt is r
Is prepared to execute work in the very
be-t s vie of the uit, at reas- nable (oiees.
J'ictures taken at - per uo.en.
Vieirs of Oregon City tor safe-.
Rooms On Main street, opposite The?.
Charman's store. uugG' unl
From Maine to California millions of chil
dren are wearing SILVER TiPl'EO Shoes
Why not, theyaie the cheapest and never
wear t! rouh at the toe. Try tiiem.
l or Sale by a I Shoe I) akos.
The best it ml most efficient cure known for
dvspepsia and iud i uest lot: , is lr. Henlev's
Celebrated I X L lbtteis- Try it. R ad ad
vei tisetueiit in another col imu. junTniU
Oregon L.oIi?e No
3, I. o. or O. K.
every Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
$khz& n all, Main s ect.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order . -'v'
I'arc ts less; n voiir Sice bills two thirds
bv buying o.ilv CARLE SCREW WlbE
fastened Hoots an 1 Shoes. Never I iu or leak.
A;l genuine goods bear the Rate tit Stamp.
Ilebeeeji Degree Lolj;e o. '4, O. O. F.
a jj Meet on the Second and Fourth
v TUESDAY EVEXTXGS.
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hail. Members of the Degree aie invited to
EM'A3IPM1J.T NO. i, I . O.
F. Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each ni-inth. ratnarohs in go3d stand
ing are invited tn attend.
Tilt: Stampkdk ix
J " i". ' i i "in iui ur: .i.uvH I im njtir.n I
JMult iiomalt Ioli;c Xo, 1, A. F.aiid
a A. M.HohU its regular enmmnnica
! 5 V' tions on the FtrH and Third Sittur
I ?. ,r.,i, in tnh mnnth at 7 ,.'l..i- c
' v X the 20th of September to the 2oth of
' -'arcn' ana '5 o ciu ironi the 2oth of
' March to tuc 2nh ot September. Dreth
ren in good standing are'mvited to attend.
Dtc. li.i o, by order of W. M.
Fur the very l."t photographs, go to lh ad
ley k Riilofs-m's Gallery without S.TA1R.
lir ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR,
.Monticmnerv Street, San Francisco.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
tUlive, 'Su. l'Vojit ttret-t,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this ( IT V and
LAST I OKILA-ND, in ttie most desiral
localities, consi-tmg of LOTS
!I i r , t
15bOt'K.S and UbUL-lv-S, IIOL'SES uud
STOltES : also
IMPROVEO FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of tiie STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Con esoomb-nts, in this CITV
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with great care and on the most
A D V A N T A ( ; J : O C S T E 1 1 MS.
HOUSED and STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY" BUSINESS transacted.
AGFNTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the S1ATE, will re
ceive descriptions ol FARM PROPERTY
anu;frvard the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, isT 1
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
H A R D W A R E, G R 0 CE 11 1 ES ,
CROCK ER V, NOTIONS, &.C.
Mi IN STREET, Oil EG ON CITY.
PROI')CCE of all kin 1 bought, for which I
pay tbe highest market price.
If you desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
cill at I. SELLING'S-, and examine his fresh
Si 'Ti ti ui Goods.
A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SM A LL
Auril 14. 171:tf
Tn tho Circuit Court of the Suite of Oregon, for
'lacLamas l nn I y.
AV. AV. llAUI'MO.l.v Z. C. Norton ) , . ....
lasguaniih,.. ' J I lamtitl.
V. O. IIAKDIXC. adrai-ais'.ratrix
ot the ( stale oi A. M. Jlardine. i
.lec ased, W. D. Kiir.'.H.'. Jlaw- Defeml
lev. Ho! .eft i.'e lpatii a:i-I J;ii:ej.- j
M'. Ti.k .
To V.". 1. ICiug and Robert Re-1;
a'o. ve named.
IX TJIK XAME'or THi: STATU OKFo" X,
yo a are li,-i e!.y reitir-id to apjiear and answer
the e-Uiinlaitit tiled a,; iiiis; you iu the above en
titled action within ten days from the elate of t lie
serviee of tins siiumioiis upon you, it' s;tv..-.1 with
in tins county : or if served iu any o'le r county
or t !i is St ate. t hen within t v, en i y da y.5 i'r.aii tiie
date of the service ot tiiis r,a;u!iio;is upon yon;
and it si'ivd hy publieat i.tu, you alv not died and
r.-'june.i to so appear and answer said complaint
on oi b. :',).. -tiie tih Moti. lay m October, Isli, that
hiuii- the lirst day ot the next term of t lie Circuit
C-ert J..r 'laekanias County. Suite of Oregon,
which w ill be held ai'ier the c.cpir.ii ion of the pe
noi jiresei-ibed by the order ol said Court for t be
publication of this summons; an I if you fail so
t.o answer, the plaint Hi's, will apply to" I he Com t
for the rebef prayed tor in the complaint, which
is iii substiua-e as follows, to-wit : liiat. a certain
jtuUiii.-nt and d.--tvc in a foi-.-'.-io-iisf suit de
scrii.ci iu complaint, al-o tf.e Sherill 's d-;-ed to A.
M. liar.linLT, deed from A. M. Hauling and wife
to W. 1). Iving and 1. C. Haw ley, deed from W.
1. Kimr and wife 1o liobert Jtcl'palh, ib-ed iiom
i:.)b(.-rt lbv.lpath and wif.i to .lames M. 'l'raeev,
ami t he dee 1 ii om VV. V.'. llarj.ev to W. I . Kiiig
au'l 15. ( '. Itawlcy ; all describe 1 in the cnniplaint
le eaneelied. set aside iin.l held lor na'cde. and
that plain; id be adjudged to be the l igiitiul own
er of said land described in said deeree and con
veyances, as follows; Notification No. 7, l is, purls
of seetioas one and two iu T. 3 S., K. 3 ih, in
( 'lackamas count y, coiuuieaeing at a point llj. tO
cli lius r.orrh, and' a.ju east, from the S. W. corner
of se -tioa on,-, T. 3 S., It. 3 east, rumiin:r tliee.ee
west s.j.aii, theu.-e north ,1s. J. chains, t hem e south
S." 4V, east 1)1 chains, tluaice south lu.no chains
to Clackamas river, them e up -aid river with its
me andenngs to tiie place of b.;ining, e.mtaining
iiieut -iJi) acres; and for other and further relief,
as prayed for iu said complaint, to-rel her w ith the
costs ami disbursements of this suit ; and vim are
further notilic-d that the lion. V. V. Vpton.
.Iudre id suid j "iieuit Court, on the 11th day of
September, lr2, made an order direct ing "t lie
siiinmoris to be served by publication in the Ore
gon City Enterprise for six successive weeks.
A. F. I'oitltMS. and
HULL AT .V W.VItREX,
Attorneys fIjr I'laia'tiff.
Oregon City, Septetnbi r 13, ls;2. nKiwfi
IS litlKKlVi OIVKX Til AT BY
--" virtue vt an
execution issue! out of the
i ounty t oui t ot t laefcaiuas eo.intv
tate of Ore-
pin, oil tie.'
itemher. IS72. and to me
uuvete.l, in favor of .Jacob Wort man and auainst
N. Neweil for the sum of seventy, 70. till, dollars,
and for the further sum 0f thirty-four JD-luu, s j
2"-li, dollars costs, and also tor the costs of 'and
upon this writ, 1 did on the 11th day of Septem
ber, lor tiie want of persan.il property", levy
u pou the foilow iiiLr ilesei ibed ie.il oroi .en v of said
N. Newell, to-wit : Lot No. 5, in block
So. 4, ac.
iMiviiii; to the plat th-reof, to-i;rlier with all tiie
iiitjiroveineiits thereon, in the town of Osweoro, in
said county and State, to satisfy. said execution;
I will sell at public auction to the hirh.:-d bidder
f.r money in hand paid, on Saturday the 12t)i
day of October, lSTi2, at the Court House d.Kir,
in Cu-emm City, at in o'clock. A. M., ot said dav,
tie - above deserilx-1 lot, toi-elher with the i mj.ro ve
in, -nts then -on, the properly ol the said N. New
ell, to satisfy said execution.
.September 11th. Is7.
a. f. ji;:r.Es. sheritr.
Ry C. 1'. Td'.ATli:. Deputy.
Tho only rllabSe covering
for the Foot goocJ
BOOTS AM) SHOES.
sep 1 3 ii') ml
)OM 2 1M;TvUM'S BUILPLVC, CORNi-
er First and Washington Sts., Port bind.
Outruns Oxide administered.
' ' ii2:itf.
CONFECTIONERY SALOON !
Fresh Oysters ! I
I.OUm SAAL, - - - Proprietor.
Corner of Fourth and Main Slrc-ls.
1,-MiESH OYSTERS SERVED IN ANY
. style desired. Confectionery of every
kind constantly on hand.
I manufacture all rny own s ock, which
sufficient guarantee that it is fresh and pure, f
Call if want of a good cup ot collet-, tea, i
or cl.ocolatfc. or auytbiiii: iu wy lice. ;
Oregon City. Stptemhcr , lr...tt i
JUST RECEIVED BY
CM Allies Iff. CAUFI15I
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
consisting in pari of -
LADIES' AXD CIIILDREXS'
X 1 1 U JfUJll L Will 2C 1 III lilt lJJ L JL ifc .X
where, and convince vourselves that 1 CAN and WILL SELL as cheap ns the cheapest
CI1AIS. II. CAUFIELI),
CORXEK MAIA AND SEVENTH STREETS, OREC-ON CITY.
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
EST FAMILY GROCERIES,
COFFEE, TEA , SUGAR,
FLOUR AND M HAL of all kinds,
TICKLES, SOl, SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
A lso, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
BUTTER. CHEESE and EGGS.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce taken in ex
chnnjre for on1s at the highest mm ket rates.
Z:i?"Gnods delivered i:i the city free of
o' lire. A fair slicre of patronage solicited.
March 21!, Is72:tf
LIVE AM) LET LIVE!
THE 0REGC CITV HACK AD DRAY CO.
T T' 1 Vl
Jk-Ju livery iock ami linsmess iAir
oi Mess.s. Willis & Rkoiohion, 4k
and the Dn.ys, Horses and Rn-iness id" C. N.
Gki:i:nm., arc now pi t pared to carry on
AS Li 13Ii.VYI.Vti.
We will also deliver slnb wood to all these
persons to whom Willis A- Proiihtoii h ive
engaged and as many mote as will enae
slab wood from ns, so far as we can get a
Oideis lcrt at the Livery Stable for Wool,
Rr.iyinir or Hauling, will be attendi-i) to with
disjMteii. Pat'onaue in on r several branclies
ot business soiic ted. Uur l liaigi-s o'uib
SirTlm Highest Cash Price paid for Oat-,
delivered ;it tiie Stable.
C. X. ;REEXMA V. P.-esilenS
J. M. F R A Z E R, Secretary,
Of 0. C. II. A D. Cc, :
CregOil C t ty-. A up:. 215, ls.72. tii'
THE FOIXOWIXG MUisIC-ROOKS -EL
are reecomineiiUfd as beiny the REST 5
of tlieir class :
Tne s'ong Echo, for .Schools
Kinkel'-i New Method for Keed (
( ii ij-an will be remiv Autr. 25. i
25 ? 5
IVti-rs' Ei-li-i-tic l'iano S'etiool, I .-, 0.
over oiiii,niiij eojiii'.s in use, ) "
Peters' liurrowes' Piiiner 50
t OI rail's (.Oiitar School 1 ill
-9 Festival Chillies, .Sinking classes 1 00
Nc Plus Ultra (ilee P-ook.
Piano or Oman Ae'n'mt i
TjUiliIen's School for the Voice.. 3 50
Peters' Art of Siirj-int-' 3 On
AX ielitl's Violin Scli"l. Peter's e.b, 3 00
K miiiin'i's i'luio Si'hool.
Vv'iinnicr.-te.H's Viobu School.
AV iiniiH.-rsf edt's Flute SeLihil.
Peters' Violin School
Peters' I'iirlorl 'oiiijianion. For t
Fiute, Violin, aii.1 Piano. i
Peters' Parlor 'aiupaiiiuii. For (
Flute and l'iano,
Any Music will he peTit postpai't,
on receipt of the marke 1 price. Ad
dress, J. L. PETEP.S, 5i)'J I'.roailwav,
T XX 33 T 1 rJT
D R. HUFELAN D'S
s i: s s
Tli? I'irst and most healthful Tonic
cvv'" introduced in t lie United States.
H These Ritters have
P been in tbe San Fran-
cisco Mai ket for over
S ' t- ii l y yt-ai s.an j
g uotwithst inditi'j the
lj many new caiuiiaar.es
h for public favor, the
sale- have const. ntlv
MT.VVIiOJt & HEX-
H i:f.s s
H 4 and 4
y San Francisco. 2'l-l v.
Ordinance ?2o. I CO.
Be it ot'uiii'j'l and exf'ililijihed by the City
Council if Oregon City:
That a ferry U hereby established under
and by viitue 'if the provisions of the 4th
section of an act eniitled "An act to create
a School Di-trict in Oregon City, passed Jan.
3 i lsr,4, as follows : said terry shall be across
lie Willamette River bet ween Seventh street
in Orejon City and the opposite shore o:i
the land claim of the late Hugh Hums.
Sec. 2. The Mayor, in conjunction with
the committee on Streets and Public Pr..n-
eitv, are hereby authorized to lease ihe snid
f-rry for the term of one year to some
responsible person who will pay the highest
price therefor. The procerds arising from
the said lease shall be paid into the citv
treasury to be applied to tbe support of the
Common Schools in Or-gou City in accord
ance with the terms of Ihe act above men
tioned. Passed the Common council, Sept. 2, lb72.
Approved Sept 2, F72.
A. Noltneb, Mayor.
In accordance with the above Ordinance,
bids wiil be received at the Recorder's office
for the purposes mentioned, until Saturday,
September 14, 187:1.
L.. F. K1SHEK, 2') and 1 New Mer
chants' Lichanz, i8 cur authciired Azcnt
in Sac Franciscj.
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
3 Oil ii ion ,
Crockery, &c, &c.
Give me a call before purchasinc else
JUST RECEIVED BY
I HAVE JUST REDEIVEI) A COMPLETE
and well-assorted stock of
A.D CEXTIESEX'S' FfP.XISUI.VG GOODS,
Which I will .-ell at reduced prices.
Call and examine rn' stock before purchas
Produce Taken in rxclianw fur Goods.
?Iain street, Oregon City.
rpiIE UNDEMSiGXEl) DESIRES TO SELL
J his property in Oregon City will sell
at a bargain, to a pood pon-ha-cr.
Also -1 town lots in Canemah, with good
A'cH) a town lots in lower end of Orpjron
Uity ; also lo of lami known as the dona
tion la id claim of Wm. Stone, 6 miles
southeast of Oregon City, ith some im
provements, thinly timbered, nc under
growth, go -d lasting water
"liitiuire at County Clerks nfiiee.
J. M. FRAZER.
Oregon City, May !lh. Is?--'. v.'.n2s
C. A. HAAS,. Proprietor,
Ilain Street, Grfgon City.
Best BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention i f the lovers of this
popular amusement, to them
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Lhpiors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Eourboii alreadj
.'unions 'Ahiskies and Punch.
ALSO, a no. I
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregn City, dan. 1, lS72:tf
L I H 0 0 L HB k K E R Y.
W1LLSAEVSS Cl HARDEC,
T f AVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
JJ ty of choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
DREAD, CR VCKERS.
CANDIES AND NUTS.
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To tiie farming trade we would sny, CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our coods.
Ooods delivered to all parts ot le city.
Feb. 10, ls72itf
SI.OOO iX THHER .MONTHS.
I "( LTS CAN MAKE THE A ROVE
jt amount by selling the Greatest Rook of
tiie Age, i lie
STRUGGLE OF '72.
The issues and candidates ot the present
political campaign, Jifovy and I'lutjot mx,
Review of (J rant's Administration.- The Rec
ord of Horace Okeklky, by Everett Chatn
beihiin, formerly of the Chicago Tribune.
The illustrations are drawn exprtsslv for the
work by Stephens. Entirely original. The
tin est, both humorous and" grave. If 3-011
want to make money send One Doli.au for
outfit, and secure territory at once. Terms
Ac, furnished on application. Address A 1,1
UA-VtUOFi' & CO., i( ,1 Francisfo.Cal.
KINKEL'S the attention of
Teachers and Amateurs to Kixkkis Xew
Mkthod fohtiie Rkfo Ok;; an ano Mklodi on,
which we will issue about September First.'
This wmk is pronounced superior to all oth
ers of its cla-s by Teachers who have exam-
iced it. It centains a clear and simple course
of instruction whereby any one may easily
acquire tbe mastery of this favoi ife'liistru
ment, with a few month's study. It will al-
F()l? THF w 3 beaf,,vor
W 11 A 1 i 1 J Ue work with the
leacher, on account of its clearness and svs
temanc progression ; more of an amusement j
than a study for the Pupil, and will prove a j
" "with to the Amateur, on account of
tin a n v -K M..lrl:.. . . ... I
-'-''J'" tic, that j
'" 'V1'1 ni,s selected ami arranged ex
pressly for tins work. Hin kel's New Meth
nd will be mailed, post-paid, on receipt of
Address, J. L
PETERS, .100 Rroadwav.
Send Go cents for the latest number of
PETERS' KUSICAL MONTHLY
and you wiil fret at least Si worth of our l it
est and best Vocal and Instrumental Piano
September tjth, 1872.
A WUT THE MIDDLE OF JUL", ON
IX. the C!ackamas, a light-lay mule,
with white saddle marks on each side of the
back; with a Spanish brand 011 left-liip.
Any pers n giving information which will
lead to the recovery of the mule will be suit
ably rewarded by leaving said information at
Oreg- p. City, Aug. 3A, S72. w3
Dy payipgice ceuts extra fur a pair of Shoes
you add y "tr- to their wearing va!u.
. " e .neioaies, otigs, etc., that 1 vq
. - 1S53
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, ami the Willanmtte
Valley, that tie is xtill on hand, and doing
business or the old motto, that
-A Mnible Sll-Peare is lirttcr than
I have just returned from Slau Francisco,
where 1 purchased one of the
LAH(;EST and IJIIST SEJLrcCTKI
Stock of Coeds
ever before offer d in this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry Gocds,
Hats & Ca5, Hosiery of eveiy
Description, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oils,
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedware,
J c welry
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
ishing Gocds, Fancy Notions
of every description,PateHt Med
icines, Hope, Farming Implements
of all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c.
Of the above list, T can sav mv stock is th
MOST COMI'EETE ever oftVfed" in this mar
ket, and was sleeted with rst ctaUarefur
ttiis niaiktt. ,,i wind, I now ,fjcr for
sale at the
Lowest Market Rates. 6
Xo use for the ladies, or anv Oone else, to 0
think of going to Portland to'buv eoods for
I am DE I Llt.MIXED TO SELL CHEAP and
l ot allow myself to be
I'SDEKSOLD I THE STATE OF OREGON,
AH I ask, is n fair chance ai;d quick pay
ments. Reliev ng, as I do, thfct niiietci'ii
years' experience iu Oregon City enables me
to Know the reqiremeiits of the trade.
Come one and all, and sec for yourselves
that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARltf AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It vvcu'd
be useless for me to tell you liTI the advan-
tages I can oiler you in the sale of goods, as
every store ihat advertises dors "that, and
probably you have been disappointed. All I
wish to say is, come and see and examine
!or yourselves, for I do not wish to make anv
mistakes. My object is to tell all mv old
fr lends now that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sell goods cheap, for cash, or on such
terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all for the liberal patronage
THOS. CHARM A X,
Ma:u street, Oregon Cilr.
JF"Legal Tenders and County Script
taken at maiktt rates.
TIIOS. CH ARMAS.
ZlsT' 0,000 I,s wool wanted bv -
REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE.
JACOB STIT2KL, C.C.WAT.
JACOB STITZEL & CO.,
ftH.LiMJlfi TO STITZEL & UI'TOX.,
M O K E Y BB O K EK S
Cor. Front and Washington StK.,
PORTLAND. OREO QX .
Ppccial attention given to tbe sale ol farm
ing lands and city property. All corres
pondence relating to the lecources of Ort
(ron will be promptly answered-
E.EAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge to
" JACOB STITZEL & CO.
March 15, 1 872:tf
i LA TE OF TEE CLIFF HOUSE
MAI.V STItEtT, ORKGOX CITY, OK EG OK.
PHE UNDERSIGNED R E-
A- spect fully announces to his
fi lends and the ti ave!in public
tii-.it 1.0 i,.. . 1 ,r r
.....v ns j e-ojieueu rue aoove
The proprietor knows how to serv hi
csuiorners wjtti Ovstei
Jysters, Pig's Feet, a good
a SQUARE MEAL.
cup ot Coffee or
LEO v lu-i nnrv
Orcgon Cify, Jan. 27, 1871 :tf
4 VOID OUACKf?
-A victim of earlvin'
iscretion, causinir nervous debiliiv.
j premature decay, Ac, having tried in vain
"u) -mveriiseo remedy, bas a simple mean
of silf-cure, which he wII send free to hin
fellow sutlerers. Address J. II. REEVES,
S Nrfssau st., New York
Carriage fiflanufactory I
The undersigned, IiaTing 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 as nianr new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the very
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Blacksmithing. llorae or Ox shoeing, and
eeneral obbi-g peatlv. onirklr aud cbear
lydcae. DAVID PMITH.
n ikTr'TDfMPT' T.TRRARY.