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QEljc lUcckin (Enterprise.
Tjie Appropriation Hill.
AN ACT TO PKOVjIDE FOli TIIK OI.PIN-
akv kxi'exsks of tiik state
govexkxmkxt axd other gkx-
. FKAL AXD SPECIFIC APPIIOPIHA
TIOXS. Je it enacted by the Zegidatice As
1 senilly of the State of Oregon:
. .Sectiox 1. -.Tli.it the following
Finns find the fame are hereby ap
propriated and set aside for the
several objects hereinafter men
tioned for two years, commencing
from the first Monday of Septem
ber, 1872, to foot paid out of any
money in the Treasury not otherwise-
Sec. 2. That the act of Septem
ber, 1872, appropriating $-10,000
for the mileage of members of the
Seventh Jbennial Wesson of the
T , . , , , , ,
.Legislative Assembly be amended
so as to read a follows: j
Section 1. That the sum of $24,-J
000, or as rrinch thereof as mav be
necessarv.be and the same is hereby
appropriated Out of anv money in
the Treasury not Otherwise appro-
- .- i . J .i -i l , ,
pnated.to pav the mileage ami jei
J 'I - " !
liem or members ana compeiisauoii
of officers, and other necess.arv ex
penses for the Seventh Jiegular
Sec. Executive Fund :
For salary of executive officers and
For salary of Justices of Supreme
Court, District Attorneys and in
terest " 38,000
For salary of I'ilot Commissioner,
Health Officers, Tug Subsidy,
Clerk of the Supreme Court, per
.centajfc of Treasurer. advertising,
printing at' bonds and Mamps.ad
ditioual salary of other ofliceis.
interest, etc ilo.OOO
For conveying- convicts to Peniten
tiary, interest, etc 15,000
For conveying insane to tbo Asy
lum and interest 15.000
For public printing and binding. . 25.000
. Incidental Expenses
For rents, stationery, lights, fuel.
postage t'.nd incidental expenses
. of the Legislative Assembly. Ex
ecutive an administrative depart
ments. Supreme Court. State Li
brary, etc., 9ind interest 21000
Agricultural College Fund,
For expenses 10,000
Keeping and tuition of dei f mutes 8,500
Keeping prisoners, salary of In
spector, officers, guai ds.etc, with
; Interest '. 75,000
Insane and Idiotic Fund
Tbe expenses of keeping the insane
at t,m Asylum ; and interest 120,000
I ugitive i- und
a-, . . r ... r.
r or arresting, etc.. fugitives from
For the support of indigent poor. .
Common School Fund
For clerical aid, maps and other
expenses incidental to Common
For like purposes as school lands. .
State Land Tund.-:
For like purposes
S EC. 4. That the Secretary of j months immediately pu-ccdbig this elec
State be required to draw his war-! ,i,,u- 2- ll;,Vl' .vo" ," n nt from
.1 Vri i- .1 1 this State wnhtn the si;; nionihs immedi
rant on the J reasurer for thx sums ; , , ,. , ;. ., , . ..
, i atelv pieeeU'ing tms eiecUot!.' .. 11 s.i.
severally due to the ottiecrs aim 1 when sou bd. was it t.u- ; temporan
members of the Legislative Assem- purj'os'. with design of remrnmg. or did
Id y for mileage per diem, eoini'en- I -v,iU hiU',!l to jnV;,J- !- i J""-
i i l.i i while absent, look ui.H) :nel regard this
sation, and other expenses and the : .iS Vour ,..,,.-,. ();,, st
Treasurer shall pay the same as absent, vote in any other State or Terri
herein directed. tory? 'JhlxJ. it tni person is chtdb-tiged
. Sec. o. All salaries herein pro-; un s!; P;""'fl1 l'e is nor rt lesid-ui: ot
vided for shall be paid quarterly at f 'h'; V:' lT'Vuc V'T !": Vl'
. ,,. ,. , ' . t r, - i oTe. one ol the j iOjes sltail put the ful
the o.liee ot the State J reasurer, living q.iesiions: 1. When did you cone
unless (Otherwise specilid by law. into this county and j-recitict? 2. When
Xo money ap-projiritited by tin's: J'"11 came into tiiis county and prerunct did
Act m any specific i.urposein any : c-otne fora temporary purpose merely.
. i ' i .. " or br ti.e purp se ot niaK'.ng it our Home?
Other department, or objects ot ap- , ;. jp.veyou l.-en t.r the last ninety days
propriation herein provided. ; an actual resident of this counu? K u-Ui.
And be it further enacted That ! lt ,Le Y-'o. be challenged on the ground
the following sums are hereby an-! ,i,ilt IV -'V ''"ii "" ;v";,rS w'f afV'
, -7 .l ' one of I hi-judges shall put to him the bd-
propnated lor the purpose herein- : p.uing question: i. Are yon twenty-one
alter designated. j years of age to the best of your knowledge
Section- 1. That the following ' am belief? The judges oi election, oi
sums anl the same are hereby sP"- I .m! ,!lVm- !"'h tM s"ch 'iu'r rl':,'s
.ii . i . ,i 1 i tious to the person challenged under the
e iieally appropriated to the several ; respective heads afore., id a, ,,v be n-c-claims
already rescnted, and for j essary to test his qiialiiicatiobs as an el.-e-xvhich
no warrants have been ! tor at ,!''lt eb-ction.
drawn : - I ?k'. 5. it the person challenged as
For the support of the poor for J abresaid refuse to answer fully any
which no appropriations j question which si; ii! be p,;t to him as
have been made $ 2 00 00 ! "iores.iid. the judges shtili leiect his vote.
J or the apprehension of fugi
tives for which no appropria
tions have been made
Fur conveying convicts to the
For incidental expenses
Expenses of the pettiteutiary in
excess ot past apruprutiom
Expettses of cotiveyinj insane
to the Asylum and interest to
date of issue
For keeping insane at Asylum. 11,500 UO
Kx penses of printing in excess
Cost of new penitentiary build
in gO'Ver appropriations. . . .
-Interest to date ol issue
For the payment of warrant Xo.
1.151. services selecting Ag
ricultural College lands..".
Warrant No. 4t't. for the pay
ment of the Adjutant (ieneY-
al from the time he entered
upon his duties until '.he office
For tbe payment of outstanding
warrau's and interest. . . .
For the payment of outstanding
Agricultural College Fund
warraniS ami interest
For the p ajunent of outstanding
penitential y fund warran!s
For the payment oi ou.!standing
convict land warrants and
For th payment of outstand
ing incidental fund warrants
For the payment of outstand
ing insane fund warrants 31.797 04
For the payment of gutstand-
ing printing fr.nd warrants
and ineret.. 3.312 31
For the payment of paintin
penUenUary 0 6.000 00
l or the prosecution of those
. cases in which the State was
plaintiff and the late Secre-
- tary defendant. i.500 m
The next section provi les fur the pav-
m ml of tbe warrants. 1 -
i&tx&&tftt1f,ll Til" ,
JLaws of the .iate of Oregon.
AX ACT RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
Be, it enr;clel by fLe Lqihdn-n Asscrrilhi
of the Shite of Ore-jim, asfoVoics:
Section- I. That a t wry flection, fcere
after held i u ibis State, or anv ii.cori'O
..it. . . . -
laieu town or city of ibis State
ec. 2. The Jadsre to whom anv ticket
inay be de!i ereil shall, upon tbe receipt
thereof, pronounce in an audible on e.
the name of the elector, and, it no
objectiuii shall be im:de to i.im and the
JioiiTe is iiti.-!i d that the elector is b ral
!v (j'lali'ied. acconlin to the Cons:itn;ion
and Iaws of this r-Male. U vote at tlie elec
tion, he shall immediately put the ticket
in the box. withi. ill inspecting: mm'S
written or printed thereon, and the clerks
ofelction shall enter the name of the elec
tor and number in the p"U bonks, nrree
ably tu the printed form in theeventeen'h
Section of this Act; and the ballots, after
beinir counted, shall tie sealed up in a
! package and be delivered to tbe County
A-(trf 7 , ' t,"
incorporated eitv or town, tlien to toe
i viVlCi.r ,,r 0Hieers.f such city or town hu
thorize.l (y law to -janvass ihe votes by
i.ne ol the Judges or C'l' iksot E!ectin;
and said clerk, or city or lo.vn ollicer. as
'.he case may be. s!;a!l (h jiostt thetn in his
olTice, where they shali be safely kept, for
j twelve months, and the County Cieik, or
city or town ohieer, as the ease may be,
' shall not allow tbe same to be inspected,
i , ". .f tl ,, . . .
nnles.s in case ot Cociesit'd ejection, o!
unless the same become necessary to be
used in evidence, and then only by order
of the proper Court.
Sic. 3. The Judges of Election, in de
termining the reM.lence ot persons offer
ing to vote, shall be governed by the lol
lowintr inles. so far as the same mav be
j applicable: First That place shall be
j considered and held to be the residence' of
a person in which li is habitation is fixed,
arid to which, whenever he is absent, he
has the intention of returning. Second
A person shall not be considered or held
to have lost his residence who shall leave
his home and co into another State or
Territory, or county of this State, (or
a temporary purpose only, with an inten
tion of returning. Third A person shall
not be considered orhe'd to have gained
a residence in any county of this State into
which he shall come for temporary pur
poses merely, without the intention of
making said county his Lome, but the in
tcniion of leaving the same when he shail
have accomplished the bu.-iness that
brought him into it. Fourth If a person
remove to any other State, or to any o!
the Territories, with intention of making
it his permanent residence, he shall be
considered ami held to have lost, his
residence in tlii S;ate. Fifth The place
where a married man's family re.-ide
shall lie considered and held to be his
residence. Sixth It a person shall go
Irom this State into any o;her State Vn
Territory and there exercise the riht ot
suffrage, he shall be considered and held
to have lo3t his residence in this State.
Sec 4 if a pet son offering to vote j
challenged as unqualified by ( ne of the
Judges of Election or by any oilier elector,
one of the Judges shall administer to him
the following oath or affirmation: - Von ib
solemnly swear (or affirm) that you will
billy and truly answer all such j ties: ions
as shall be put to you touching your lace
of residence and quaiificaMnns of an elec
for at this election." J'lrM If the person
be challenged ;s unqu iliti.-d on the
. 1 . I . . I ' . . i . . : ,
Jm, ,,all U1(1 t l(. .
t'?. i , .... T
erounu mat ne is not a cntzi-n, one ot we
mi. h.ii.. .i.'ii.-. . .in: v'it .i i:i.i.t-ii in lue
I T -..;:, i . ...v ., ..." . . .
! natnrali.ed citizen, ami "if neidier. have
' "u et''ire,l your intention to be
j come a citizen, conformably to the laws
! of the United States, on the subject of
naturalization? and il so, when? Srroi.cl.
If the person be challenged as unquahUed
i on ihe ground that, he has not resided in
I this St ite for six months immediate!
1 preceding the election, one ol the Judges
1 shall put the following questions: 1.
! Have yo resided it) this State tor six
kc. 0. It the challenge be not with
drawn after the person offering to vote
shall have answered the questions put to
apce ot aw, each elector .hall, ia ful. I voieu . o. . t?H. .;ime. who rsehf I vihin. levV; no ne.rksl.r brandT. AUCTION SALKS
view, deliver to one of the Juries of Elec- j 1 'r'" i,, c third Jnde. who shall j pi-rajse-lat by ItoiJT. TIM Ai p-ox j. r. I Of Real Estate. Grocenes.aoneralKvrcba,
Hon asmcle ballot or pi-ce of paper on " I "w H ' ' .;, d cu-lnliv --M. J.M 1-.I VUt dise and 11,,,S,
Which shall be writteS, or pri'nted the mS tie metbed S unly Ll,tk. j r
names r:f the t. -.. vm.-.l fur with a h.-oh - ". ? . . ; i ... .. J . . J
proper designation of Ihoffice which be f '''imv'T'ii' ' l tbe v i tu bt'r KXCCUtOrS fiOtfCG. 1j" KlC1!AE, Auc
or thev mav be intended totiii. uekers m the b a!!., ; h o.v . 0 . . I , t f r0T1(., Js u;;K..J:Y UjVEX THAT WE !
; ii. in as ami is in!, one ot the Judges oi
2.100 00 : blection shall administer to him the foi
2.250 00 . low'mgoath: "Vou do solemnly swear sh t:
: 'vor iiftinn) that you area cnizeri of the
1 11 'y-1 States (or have .bclar. d vour i:i
19.G77 75 u'"i5,, !l b.'cme such one vear ne.:
; preceding this election), that vou are o!
, ,.uo-..i ien',v-one vears; tliat you have
b-'en a resident of this State forsi'x m-.tobs
j nrxt preceding this elee'ioti: that you
j been fir the list ninety days an actual
; 'J'see-nt oi Jnis Judicial. Senatorial or
I R'-presetra ive District (as the cae may
i nd that you now reside in this pro-
j cinctand that you ha e not voted at this
j Skc.7. Whenever any person's vote
shall be received after li vm taken the
! oa; l prescribed by Sec. ti of ibis Act. it
j shad l,e tho duty of the clerks of election
i to write on (he poll bo,,k at Ihe end of
; sueh person s mum-, ihe word "sworn"
.. Skc. S. n shall be ,hc. duty of each
t .1 1 1 1 1 e. . r 1 ' i 1. 1 1
: ' "V '" '-"-"on eaai.etigeaity j.erson
...eij oy . 00. tt,,e o vote, wiiotii he shall know or
j suspect not to be q.ndili.-d as an elector
f,lnJ t 7:'' :' ,.U the ,1,11V Oi th:-
6s2 00 judges o! Erection or of one of ihe.n. i:n
; meusaudy belove proclamation is made 01
! 01Vin"u' !ie polls to open the bailot
2.. 2D 40 : boxes in the presence of the people then
j assembled, and turn them up, id,, jown
! so as to empry them of everything tha'
2.319 00 i may be in them, and then lock lioan e'
I cureiy. and they shall not be reopened
! until lor the purpose of counting the bal-
j vis lueiein a; ;ne ciose o the election
j Skc. 10. The Judges of Idectior h tit
" requested, permit, the respective o ,.i;.i
j ates cr one or more, of their friends, net
exceeding three, to be present in the ro m
where the Judges are. during the time of
i receiving and cj!in:ing the vetes.
' ec 11. At Ihu close nf ths polls the
j poll books shall Le stoned bv the Jnd-',.
i and attested bv the clerks, and the names
I therein shall be connfc' and the nn-b'-r
set down at the foot of the poll books. a
; manner hereinafter provided in the form
, p0ij book.
Sec. 12. After the poll books are sign
ed in the manner hereinafter prescribed
in (he form of poll books, the ballot boxes
shall be opened an J the tickets latum out
one at a time, bv one of tbe Jueges. w ho
-1U read distinctly hile the tioK.'. re
mains in his bund, i be name or names
.vritlen or printed the! .-on; also the ou.co
1 . i . . i. . to . ..1 Iiv sjt i c Ii net
It! TtllT1, I ,"' .. ..,.1 I
hat is intenueu 10 wrun.u ,
. .11 .11 . t ;.
"' " ,,' ,..,, ,h..
. . tt t t r;i i it : tM i t ij t i v j ii 'vii tiiv
i ' '
yn i-i rI h clt'iks sljuil i'U!(M' hi a
.niiiiiii i!;hT. ! ie names ot the iier.-o!i .
voted for. as hei'einat'er provided in the
funn of the pull books, nil the votts lead
by I he J unites.
Sec. 1 4. ii two or more ballf ts shall
be found so fobbd together as io present
the appearance of a single ballot, they
ball be laid a-ide until the count of the
votes is completed, and it. upon a com-
id II. 11,11111 a coin-
arid a ! oeara f!Ce ot
oanson ol trie count ana am
SUCh ballot, a IllAIorttV ol ttie J lid geS
, ,, , ,. ,, -' - .. , , ,
shall be of the opinion that ballots thus
loided together Were voted by olc elec-
tor. they shall be excluded Join the count,
Skc. 15. If the ballot should be found
to cnn'nin a greater number of names for
any elliee than the number ot 'persons ie
quired to fill that o!;ii;e. it shall be con-id
eivd fraudulettt as to lise whole of the
names designated to fill such office, but
St-C. Hi. Afu r the ex uniu' tion of the
ballots shall be cnmnlevd. the nutnher
of votes for each oetson .-lull be en timer-
i. ted under the inspection of the Judges
and set down as hereinafter jirovide.i i-i
the tot in of the poll books, and pub.iciy
proclaimed to the people present.
Si-.c. 17. The billowing shall tie the
form of the poll books to be kept by t'n
Judges and Clerks ol Elections under this
Poll books of the election held in
Precinct No. .in the county of
day of- . in the vear A. D.
one ihoii'at.d eight hundred ami
P.. C. P., and E. P.. Judge
liK.i li. 11..
and J. K.. Cl.u ks of said Elec'ion. were
respectively sworn (or id'armed) as the
avv tiirects, previous to their ell'ering on
tiie duties of their respective otlL'es.
M AtltCi: AM) NAMES OK i't I .bCToK.S.
No. LA. lb No. 2. C. D No. 3, E V.
No. 4. U. II. No. 5. I. J. No. (i. Iv. L.
It is hereby certifi"d that the number
of electors at this election amounts to .
A. P.. 0. P.. E. F., Judges.
G. II., J. K., ' Clerks.
NAM its OK I'Kitso VS VOTED KOIt. AMI l ot:
WHAT OrlUK. CONTAINING TtUt NIMi::.i:
of votes given foil each candid. cj e.
Ke'S. in State Legislature.
Senate. I liou-e of Kerne's.
We hereby cer.ify that at this elee'ion
A. P.. received votes for (biv-
ernor; that C. D , received votes
for (iovern or; that E F . received
votes for Representative in Cougn
C. IL. J. K.. Cieiks.
A. P . C. D-. E. F., Judges.
St:c. IS. .Vfter canvassing the vo:-s in
(lie manner iilor said, the Judges, belore
they adjourn, shall enclose in a -.over one
of the poll books, seal the same seenrei v.
and direct to the County Clerk of the
county in which the election is held; or
in case ol a;; election in any incorpor ited
city of town, then to the officer or eiiicers
of such c'ny or town autlioriz'd by law to
receive and canvass the votes. ;i n, 1 the
poll books thus seeled ard direi ted. to
geiher wit!) the b.i Hots settled as heieiube
tote required shall be conveyed by one
ot the Judges or Clerks, to be agreed
upon for that purpose, to the Coun'v !
Clerk of the county; or in c is-' of an elec
tion in any incorporated city or io.vn, then
ta the officer or otlicers of such ci'y or
town authoriZ'.'d by law to reeeive the
sain', within ten d ivs from the d.i v d
Ihe electioti. and the other poll books
hall be deposited with one oi the J a !.;
ed elecli ni, i here to remain for one year
....!. . .... ...1 .
ior ine use oi wnoexi'i may ciaa to in-
s'pect the s.i.mw
Sit;'. I'.). The Judges ,,f Ebictiou s!i ail
e.irettillv enye'iooe ali ballots rej.-e'ed oi
d.dectiye as well as ttie other b il'.ots. a;
deliver the situ to Ihe Coiut v Cook: .
1 t . -. i ,1,..,, , .. ll-M-it (I f ffUim I m.;,,...,.iv II-. .,!... -.-.! t-.il ir, iii. i mm- rs ,,r
in ease of an election in ati v iiicoriuiriCed j v .
city or town, then to ihe oh; ',,:- or ..hi .,; 1 ; ' '
of such city ir town an ' h- u i .e I b ; law in ' '
receive ihe saui" Id he li.ed in his i,.:i"ce ; do'
Site. 2d. All ball .ts use,! ai any :... ;.-
tioil in tiilS Si.lto sha'l be Wltt'eU !' ! ''p.-'
priiired 01 phiin hi'e p ip.-r. w ith.ur aas j u,"
:n;ii k or le.-ig!iali..n be.ng placed I hereon 1 j;..
woeie the si'.n.e r.i.ty Lekiiown or de.-i.
Si-.o. I'l. The several t.'onnfy Coints
of lii ;s bs'e. au-l the t'ommou '.ouitcii or
Po.ird oi Tttis ees or other iee, ids' author
eetl . .ei,...,. -';., :.i
. , , , j i i . i. ' . i i . 1 , i ! i o 1 1 1.. I . , ' 1 1 j
'.own shail pn.-vtde suitaliie b.iilo! boxe- I
tor rvcrv eteeiii.n orecitutt or ward ia I
t' eir re-pec'ive counties cdi. s or (owns,
well s cured with a good Jock and key.
the lid thereof shall be fastened with
binges, and i-haii contain an or.enit.g
through the same three inches long and
one fourth o! an inch wide, lor the lejep
iioti of the ballots.
Sl.e. 21. Sections 1. 11. i-. in. 1 !. 15, 17.
l".'-l.Z'.. 21. a.i:d 25, of an act outiiied
"An Act relating to q1.cn,.,!,s, ami the
mode of liilipg vacancies in ( dhice." ap
proved ( et. id) 1 7t. be ami the same are
a I e herefi y 1 1 j ira i ed .
Sec. 21b Inasmuch as there is an itn-pot-.aiit
election soon to be held within
ihis State for electors for Presid-!,'. -v.v
Vice President, of the United .States this
Act shall be in force from and after its
n proval by Hie Governor.
Approved October EE 1 -72.
S. F. CIIADWIClv,
Secretary of state.
r y ; 1 e 1: x D 1: i ; s 1 1 ; x ed d i;si it i:s t ) sell
.! bis property in Oreg.-n City will sell
at a bargaui, to a yomi parcha-er.
A.so 4 towu lots in Caiicmah, with good
A so -i town b's in lower end of Orecron
City; also Pel of iana known as the dona
tion head c am of Wm. Stone, s iniit s
southeast of E're'on City, with some im
provements, thinly timbered, nc under'
glowth. uo id lasting water '
2 -i;"I.iuire at County Clerks ofiice.
J. M. FRAZFR.
Oregon City, May Cth. 1 s7'2. V.n2s
sMh MASONIC II ALL RUILD-
W s 1 . t l .
OREGON CITY, - - - OREGON.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AXD
for sale, cuK.vr i on cash,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Rureaus, Lounges, Rocking Chairs What
nots. Re steals, Wa-bstatids, Curled
Hair and l'ulu Matresses, Pu)n Pil
lows. Spring Beds, Window
Shades, Pictare Frnma
lit., vC. I 'T-
special attention given tn p,,i,Ato ; ps tointorm the p'ltdie that he-is now orenar
work in ail its branches " (),de Vp " 7 1 ROOM 2 PEKFM'S RIJlLDfNG, CORN- : ed to manufaettire a No. 1 quality of '
promptness. Repairin-d-re' with ee f"'"'1 : x er First and Wasliingtnri Sts., Portland. ; LAG EH BEER,
and disnatch. Furniture nude to ordt-r - trwi,s "X!,le administered. tii.'Stf. As eood as can be obtained nnvwbercin the
Z ?OoiHU delivered to an v oa. t r.f , i - '' .Z Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled
free of charge. Call and e4 n V . n S . ' " F,,i"ER' 20 and 21 New Mer- 1
v. " m?yZ,lnr' aj?' .lcbange, is cur nutho:iZed Ag'n j TJTOME-MADE CARPET FOR PALE 4T
$5 tO $20 y
eitiier youa; or oui, maive in iru inone at ,
work lor us m tneir spare mom-ius, or au uie
time, than at anvthiir el -so. Particulars free.
Address ti. btiuson V . 'o., Portland, -name.
September 7Ui, lo:hIy.
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i ijwuy iHnt-a io r'ont tnt:m
i . ; i,;.. ..,....
Mi'i own. ia )i vmti '. lty, v i .!:in s; x liiui,- ;s from
th tlute oi thisaolioo. " X. X. i AT LOCK,
T. J. MATE K,
Exe; i;to3 s of ti.e r-? a'e oi V.'. T. ilailoili.
JOIIXSOX x; Me'. 'OWN,
A'Oiineys f.,r Ex'i".iters.
Orefoh City, October 11, ls;j. u.")ow4
j vilfiii, i s JIEEEbY tiiVEX THAT I
' have been dn'.y ajipi.-iiilrd A-imiuis'rator of
i e.au: 0i l A. i Ai. i , oceeaseu,
i bv tne Hon. Coutitv o:jrt ot i laek-tiaas t oautv,
, ;i: U;C 0l.i(1,.r l(.rl:l ti..lvof. 'i hereiore all peV-
sons having elaiuis a:rai:i.-T said e':t!,; are liertdiy
i uotitW to pre-x-nt. them to ma pi-fiperly verified
it ti.e il .i.
i .j..u".--.."i jii'1. own, in Oirpm
! 'it v. within six mute n ffoia tae 'lite uf 1 his no
tice". UA ui.KS STEWAltT,
Aihie-i'.-. ra'.or or said estate.
JO;iXi?OX & M..-COWX,
A'torii.y- for Administrator.
Oregon City, October li, 1-71. n.',.Kv-I
In the in .t'tr of the estate- ef .Juhii K. Dickey,
j 5 i !I J ; '( IT'X'I V "( iI'ItT OF CLA( 'K AM AS
j S. coauty, State ot ;ie!.;..ii, October term 1S72:
t.:e a :i;i i a;s.. i .t ;,,s ; ,-ai-l e -t s e iia iti-j; liiuil
their exhibit' tur ;i:'i,d -e' i b-lnent thereof, ii is order.-.!
by the Ceart that Met!. lay Ihe fourth, -tfh,
day of Xoveiaher, 1S7J, be set apart for the hear
ing f object wnis to sai t riuaL iu-eouii'. and ior the
ser'tbwiif t:i. i.if v. it h Eaymoiel lerkey and
Jaia.-s. O. Dieb.-v, the a :u:iii:.:ra:;j'3 thereof.
j:v o.-.b-rot ib.ii. ,i. K. WAIT, '.'(vutev .1 uduro.
.iito': It. !'. I'At'l'tKt.i'. Oo.uity 'U-rk.
OiXv'on t.'ity, OclolxT lltn, ls;2. n.Vuvl
Adrr inistrator's notice.
In the matter uf iiio e-.;aSe of JOiiX UK.VV, de-ce-i-ed.
TUJ'ii'E TS MKIib.p.V CIVKX THAT THE
-i liiLa r-iiii i; i.a-li- - ri ajipoia ed AU lainist ra
tui'of tne alwve j i . ; a i .... i e; ite; tiuii iil pi.-rsous
j liaviae; i:m iiuaia-t tie- said e-!.!"e a re- h.Tetiy
iv.jtiu.-ii oi .te-,-iit, Ui-ui viii! i ue ij'.i;i.-r
.:teliei's, wiliiin . ix mou' 'tis t'r. an '.ta' date of i ids
nut iee, to t he l.n.li i'.- ii;'ne.i at his v-'sideii- e in lea
ver Cre.-k jnei ie.r!. fi. 'u.ou i- e.einty, St.Oe of
Oreiron. J Mi X NO V l.li, Atliaioistrator.
JICELAT & WAEKKN,
Atiornevs for Ailiui'iislrutor.
Dated October 11th, 1S7J. n.'ifov-l
riot 5 ce of A 1 m i m strator's
of iieai Estate.
Y,OTHE IS Ji LI: El'.V OIVKX THAT 1?Y
Vila ec or a!', ere
if the If
.tt. i 'oanty c.urt
eonni y. laad.e at 1 !. etober term,
1 noil. 1 v, ill on M-iti-he.-. 1 he i : li ,!-i v ,it' '(i er-iii.-r- i
1 s y , at the hii.o' f eh-v, u o", ! .e ut ,),,. ( ,..
Jbuise (bier in Oreir.Hi 'ity, t. l.ieliaiii.is eu'inty.
Uvee-oti, s. 11 at pubhe aueiioa, to the hiubest but-
.ier, ail the ii;rb.t. title and ia!e..,-t s.fi estate
has m the b.iUm ii1.;- described tract ot i and, to-
wit : ti,., E. 1-J ot tie- x. w. i-t, w. i-j of the X.
K l-i X li l-foi's W i-i -n-d N" W 1-4 ot ft
E. 1-l'of Set". ;2, T. .Vs., It. 1 I'. '
Terms of side: -old coin; one-half cah m luityl,
tl;e o:ii.- r httii j a a : !e ( i!iciit!i ato-r s.tle will
note and i.eai ,:..ue. J. M. M.-AMMOX,
Adminis ra! or of esfati of J . S. M eA lemon.
- Iluted Oetoi'el- 1 itli. IS72. lia'lwt
e" 5 M.
Tu th--; matter of e-;' ate In the Count v Court of
of i 'i O'l-i s ( 'oiinty, -!
J A( H5 EX'.iLK.i'.ei-'d. Statu .f (hv-on. ' j
To the heirs or any otie-r jwr-on. or t ''l'.-uii", in- j
Oa e.e I in i be e-i ate ot aid .lAi'Oil EXOj.K, ,
'Jltd'teXS. THE Id'I.V AlT'oIXTED :
Aiiiiiinis'riitor of said e-taie has filed in i
.-ai I oai''. a petition prayine- tor uu order to sell j
the r.'.d j roj.v: t y of .-.o i -r;tie ; now. t he:. ; .re j
Jil the li.llil,' ol t::e Si.ee oi ..- n, Vo!l and j
eacii oi you . a t e Ik r- t y .-s.-eniil'.y c; ie.i to and :
a j e i i' o ; tie' Ooi . r e. y I '. i u ' o . t l.i.'kn';! ii'iii.;'', t
i Si.iiiMil'Oi.e.m on ttie -. .'.biml tv ! I -ee- iitix-r,
- i V
..)., ,', es;. a:,d t
the li.-si dav e: ttie r led iv
-aid i aari tor ilic yen- is,;, !h-a loid ill-.-;.' to
si..iv e-tiise, it any e.xi.-.. v. t y an order of s.,ie
!. Hii 1 eoi :n i !... i - in 1 la- e.e ioii i uy.M fur;
i-te! s. v.'. i-; ai a t.c j in - c'i.ei :, s. r.. t-i
ef S. it. - h :t i : i -. nil... : Ao .. :r L I hi - I it. i ion
i -a, ii ad the N. 1-.' ..; X. i .. 1 - t of see ,o:i te, il 11 in
I towu.-iu!. 3 II. 1 v.-.-:. ..ett-otnii-r i V.i-.i
, n.-.'H' or .
i: a pari of
ointi.y a t
.I.- ei'lh -d
a f diow-,:
oat Xo. iJ.
.! a (1 '- i':
to it !.!,:.
No. (J. .!-,
.. . t i . V I;
. i . t -
1 I . l.O M - til;
. : o.v: ii i) s.. i;. i
laei i.i;. i ;i ; also t h" ! !
. ! - x it ; i 1 1 t i if A a ii -t ;e
. :i ,:.: .e ion ;.o. e.iei;
. c. ; i.t ; . .r. i e'.t, in ;
i i i 1:
c ' i ..'in - ; v. 1' i if a li, . ie ; 1 . i ' ice i-.i -t
i ; a i.;. i ; i.; e ,,e a. ." ;i o: ;.- ; i " - a ta' a
t t.i ii" ; -.v. a oa -U ill or a mi;.-. ;.v olaee
vou. in.: : - :i eis -i an '. T. :;.'i;. 1
, l-e, 1 a I ai a r S I .!. lltoi'e or iess.
ot 1, a ;,i . id .
eic -s the ti .a. .!. Iv. Vv'ai4-, .Tiitltre r'ttie
I 'oioii v i
: a a - con: i v, s : a ' e ot t i -
ana i he ,;i . :' - , . 1 ( ,..a; t :;i, J ,: ; ,v ,,1
v, is; 2.
: 1?. E. (ObidKil
' 'iiimfy i let k, of ' 'btek :m is
: ... ' o-mty, Sicte ol ' .,e;ou.
( e- . ( n e - ft
111 1' '.'
1 1 ; ,y i.
fit trtg?. '-
"vi baa Usa eU V Jj1 6 'it'ti y Lsa efc
JC.sT RI-X.'EI VS'.D IIV
T PAVF JEST ItKDElVKD A COMPLETE
X and wilbu-sorted stock of
AoD GC.NTI.i::,IE.S' 1-rP.MSUIXG GOODS.
V iiieh I will sell at reduced prices.
Cali and cxnmir.e my stock before urcbas
mg . isew here.
Frovlnce Taken in EiTliniicx- fa? Goods.
Tltilti slreH, On ou City.
'5rt - e - - i'
' "" , .- : t;-v .--;-' 7 -- r - -. -st ii
-"x s ? r--
The j-fa-idard reuiedv for C'auirUs, In fin-
y'e'V rt lo.y.hlf; y.nxh Crovp,
' '1:l,ir,"f th?
'''A', stud evety aSe'ction cd the 1 In out, !
laings nnd Chest, including Consoiptjon. j
Wistar'j i:,ilsii of Willi C.'ln-ri-v 1
i oeis not ory up a i ongn, out ior. sens it,
I vie at 1 sp, t he Pir crs, a nd allays irrit 1 1 ion, thus
i miir,ri, f hi c-turt of the eomidaint. Nei
! n;iine unless sigro-d I. Pit is. Frep ircd j
o vETri V . rOWI.E r-ON's, ,olon. i)id by
Rkihngton, Hostkttkr A Co., San Francisco.
ami bv doalcts generallv.
Or, B. Rm FR5ELAND,
D E t" J T S G
f 111 j.in x uitJi.lrA,.l. ' JLJL
COURTESY OF AiSOitUrr iaiuua,
IKIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
mrairpT ity n &T.TI7T iRTJTfi
I AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. II. IteIaa.rlsoi,
Corner oi Front and Oak street ,Portland
at pwvatp: sale.
' f'n r! i rfi ,1 ('.-. l t -it T
rwiuu square and Uctaijcoii Uaststoel
.. ,, . fias-pj., .s,
Screws, Jbiy-pans, sheet iron, li. G. Iron
a i. so :
A largeassortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. 1J. J
"H' f Ft -sT T "7iT B',1f"! r
OHE'JOX CITV, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
-. & 1 r? "i
BOOTS & SHOES.
I also keep constantly on band
SALEM C A S S I M F R E S, FLA XX ELS,
TWEEDS AXD PLAXKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
I Z'f" f will also pay the highest prices for
Hotter. Egs, and till kinds of good country
j produee. 1 will sell as low as anv bouse
j j 0rPiron, for Cash o'- l ts en ui Valentin good
, . , , , 1
Live me a call ana sati-t v voursel ves
j Jan. 13, 1871. tf
jKW YOiilv HOTEL,
So. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship I and. in ii , Port lan d , Oreiron .
II. K.0TIIF05, J. J". WILIIEIJS,
1" RO P R 1 l-i T O RS.
P.o ird per Week ?r,00
" ' with Lodging ti oo
" " Dav 1 of)
125 B S 3 A r??5 f5 E T FT V
11 if F.stuhlhtitd
VE'i- un: MA.X i ' r.lCTOLY OF
M. $L) 11 aWi. ' iiti uldj
AXD MOULDIXGS OT ALL SlZFS.
R'ir Tin y will also do TURNING, of cvry
dcseuiptioti to order,
V7itk Kentncss and Dispatel
ALL WOilK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, iti Lewis' shop,
oopos Oregon City Mills.
MJ'" t T . ! i
.- ' - -
V Vi. tt.-y-
Will sew everything, needed in a family, frcia
the heaviest to tEe lightest f-bric.
a x 25 i'.r:ni"z xiazi:
Than r.r.r ether machine.
If thcro is a riorcr.ro Rowing "a
cliine wiih.'n 01.0 tliotisand jniies of
an Francisco i-ot workiitg well and.
nivin.g entire fali.-fnction, if I nni in
fo:ir;ed of it, it v, i'.l l o jif fended to
ri tho-at expense c-t any kind to tlio
f"sAT'rTTTT TTTTT 1 ,
evut.hLn jll-vE-L, Afent,
19 ficv.' Porttjomery Street,
Grand Hotel Bul'dr, Gan Francisco.
Sniff for Circit!G.r. ami sainpir.s of
the te jtttive Arjents wanted in
31 VIX STREET, - . OUEGO.V CITY.
)l.MTACTrRER AM) DirORTER OF
Vi .UtL, Cc, c.
T7IIICH PE OFFERS aS CHEAP AS
V cm he hud iu the State, at
Vho!rri I o nrRf'nil
I warrant all mv troods as renresmfor?
Oregon City, April" 17, 1S72. n'2'.Uf.
JLJ XX All VV j I 1 I
e -" !nrv?' r ti rTisoriT
Paving purchased the above Rrewcrv wish
Business Dirtttory of Portland, Orrgoii.
rt nidSIl EI)' BY L.SAMI EL,
General Advertising Agent, 1G Front Street.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
Xo. DO Klrst StA-et. Inijiorters and Job
bers of Fancy- Goods, Toys. Crockery, Glass
ware and Plated Ware.
stor House, First st., between Ouk and
J: V. Pine. Ever) thing neat. P. L. Longfel
MUSICAL I StsTP.UJ! I1MS.
E2,GII-I, STEEL .S; KAXCUOFT,
Kos. 3 und 17 J'irst Street, Porlluncl
J arman, ti e only direct Importer of Cloth
3ing, Ac, cor. Front A; Washington sts.
TV 11 O L K S A L K q
I5()OIwSi;i.I.KI A STATIOXKK,
LAJ:ai:sr stock iy 10 1: tla yi.
Xo. 7'.) front inivl Xo. 5T4"asIi
1ECK, WILLTAM & SOX, F2ft Front st.
y Importers and dealers in
Guns, Kilie nji'.l It-volvers
fif every description.
Fishing Tackle, Farcy Goods. Reads, Tfird
Cages, baskets, Croquet Games, and
Agciits for the "California Powder Woiks;''
also, for the "Wheeler it Wilson
1eck, John A., Front street, practical
y Watchmaker it Jeweler. Work done
for the Trade.
HOOK ANDJOH PR J ATEItS.
JUMPS ,1- BACHELDKR )?, Front street.
Ij)iu banan, W. A., s. w. cor. First it Taylor
j sts. Chet'.pest Furniture House in Port
land. P A I P WALTER PROS
-''--E--- -i- 0 Front, street.
Clarke, Henderson & Cook, SI it S3 First
street. Dealers in Dry Goods, Fancy
C tadm & Rosciifi ld, 14s Front st. Commis
J sion Mercbatits & Dealers in Oregon &.
Congle, J. If, Manufacturer it Dealer :
Saddles, Harness, and Saddlery liar
ware, '.Hi Front street.
(tinier, W it Co., ID:! Front st. Merchant
J Tailors and Clothiers, Hats Furnishing
Lashnuitt k. Oatioan, 'J'2 Front street.
Real Estate Agents, money loaned.
DENTAL GOODS, Ik'iK
1' loot street.
ARD AGO. 101 Front street. Orders troni
any portion of the Stab- or Territories care
fully lilted by mail or express.
"lmil, Lowenstein A Co. Furniture and
A -J Carpet dealers Stores from 131 to lUS
l- ii st st reet.
T'mployment Aueiicy. J. R. Witherell, SO
JL.J Front st. Ftirnish all kinds of help.
jverd'iig A I'eebe, id Front street. Com-
j mission Me-i chants and ilcalcrs in I'o-
Iiishii n Livery Stable, eor. First A Salmon
1. sts Ji. Corbet t, Pr.q. Good turu-outs
ar.Vitys on baud.
T?i-hel A Ra betfs, cor. Fitst A Washington
jl sts.. Dealers A Manulac. Cothing, Furn-
is' ing ' b'Oils.
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE-
The large.-1 Music House on the Coast.
STlilNW.W PIANOS. B! ilI-ETT (IIIGANS,
ii. I.. DcPKAXS, .ilanas;er.
SOLE AGENCY EOIt THE
JZowt" Solving 3Iacljine.
?T"A trents want ed.-r7rtji
achetif v A Stenie. Grocers and b abus
in all kinds of Seeds cor. First and
Ma n sts.
dj Jan, longer, P., 1":.; Fir.-t street. iniiorter
.1 . and dealer in Staple Fancy Dry Goods,
"I Ttiidee. D II. , Photographic Artist, s. w.
J X cor. Fiist and Mouisou sts. Child s
Piet. s- ec It v.
eerichsen, L. f.'. A Co., 1 o'.i Ftrst street.
Manufacturers and dealers in Jewelry,
i ate bes, iVc.
Hibbiitd, (ieo. L., t'.s Front st., wholesale
dealer in Gioceiies, Doors, Wagon Ma
Hodge, Calef A Co., 07 Front st.,
sale dealeis in drugs, Faints,
I J A I 1 Sewing Machine, strai-ht
J-.X V 7aVI j needle, mider feed, "1-ek
stitch." Competition challenged. G. W.
Traver, 112 Front st.
j.jurgren A Sliindler, Nos. let, to 172
I i First st. Impellers Furniture, Bed
eit ng, Ac.
YJ utchiiison, V.. V ati bmaker. cor First
.JL and Main streets. All work done at
an Francisco prices, and warranted.
nternational Hotel, cer. Front and Morri
son sts. M. Rudolph, Prop. Free Puss
ohn ,.. A Co., !'l Front St., wholsale and
retail dealer iu 1 ine Clothing, Furnish
"f aison Puree Restaurant, private room;
111. for Families, cor. 1st and Pine streets
(. 00s. Pi op.
1 f'aoin, E. A Co., wholesale dealer
Wines A Liquors, O. S. N. Co's Rio
uid San Fran .
Meier A Schmeer, 111 Front st., wholesale
and retail Confectioners.
I iljer, John R., !.1 1st st. Watchmaker A
J.T1 Jeweler, ofl'ets to the juiblie a line as-
soruneni 01 u atciies, Clocks and Jewelry.
J oelier A Co , Front near C st., Dealers
L m native and foreign Wines. Liouurs
! l - -
Vr ortbrup A Thompson, dealers in Hard-
ware. Iron, Steel, Hubs. Spokes, 11a
" ("1 Lumber, bc., Ibu tland.
Occidental Hotel, cor. First and Morrison
- 'niitli A Cook, Proprietors.
1 parish, Waftuig A Cornell, Real Estat
Agents, Pittock's build ng, cor. Fron
and S ar str ets.
f POTOGRAPIIiC GOODS. C. II. Wood--I
aid A Co., 101 Fiont st.
JOHN B. PILKINGT0N, M. D.,
OCULIST AM) AUKIST,
Oi ice -73 First St p. bet. Hoivks' Din n-
ix :Ji noon Fito.M Laud's Rank,
Treats rd! diseases of the
I"yc, Car, Throat and Taiiiirs.
iebter, Paul, lor, First st. . i mjiorter
j Berlin wooden Carving-", Parlor On
17 osenbiuitTi, LS.ACo.,Tobncconists, import
V ers of Foreign and Domestic Liouors.
I jnss House. Frot
cipal. Thomas R -" ,f 1,st Clas, Pr!.
Cimon. J.,?c tVontsbTT-,
O Pianos, Organs Le' 'fs!,st- ""PrtTT:,
struments. ' tet -Musie, Mu jf
O kidmore, S G l'0ViT O .
O Apotheiy, aJa'rge tock 'ofK
AJTooet Articles. hofl eriura,
Snoth A J?vis7GFi ri
dealer f I)V' U v'.'? ?U hul
f-ass, IVrfnmery, 1 iUtJ,s-
Si'"w a ii7YTVi7t t
Frame. SIoldiD-V?rtu.r,e' '',C!
ing Disttunumts. ' Art,st 8 Maf.sj
Itllth. Flit Trol r,,..
O tn Legal Tenders n'n: Ilfr
l GoM Dn?t. ' -"mem !ot)(
otom:, h. Im.Xo icrTFxrr
O. Watchmaker & Mnm,fi,rtrin i 'U
is nonointed Atrent for the j! 7JT,,f
E. Howard A Co., C'ha V il ,ro 'f'",
California Watches; I0' for n t ' "d ,b
th.ns and imports of the ' Calif Hr'
P'.rrpany.San Francisco Zo-
Watches repaired in the lr
and warranted to give stisfactioC Dfr
f 1 T .
c.i ., iinis,, ao. ITS Eirst. street n, r
is ana dealers in Fun.it.V ,
din?. Carriets, Ac
' I "p Clothmir store lit p..,..,, .... ji
Harris A I'raver. G -oes
JL in V agons A Ag, ic.dtundjnij, en,",
"Iyrie. E. D., p. w. cor. First A Oak .
J. dealer in Rraildics.rWineu KiiMLl, ,:'
Kjy- ----- t
ri!J,iam & Myers, 5 Central PhTck
front st.. Commission Merchant i
de-tl s in Produce.
AYThalleyA- Fechbeimer, Atlornfrs & So
bcitors in Ranki uptcv. Ofbce iOdi
l eliows ietnple.
':-'.: "': i'i::5-feSes
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
S. ACKERRfiAN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A IARGF.
SPRIXG & Si:3D!Efl UI0B8,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper tliais tlie ditfajif!.
We would say, come and convirce Your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stuk
consists in part of
FAXCY A XI) STAPLE IRY-COOI'S,
ROOTS AXD SIKHN.
NOTIONS, G ROPERIES,
and a great many articles too nr.nu runs to
ALSO, Doors, Windows. Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKKN I'
ENf IJANGE FOR CJ0DS.
ALSO. WOOI.. wanted, for which pj
tbe HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACEERKAK & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, ls7Ptf
JEY WAG OX
The undersigned, ltaving inereRsed the h
mensions of bis'premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third street,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as nmnv new ones as n'v b
pleased to call, that be is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the rery
best of mechanics, to build atifff. recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out !1
complete any sort of a vehicle from com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Riacksmitbing, Horse or Oxsfofirip. tio
general jobbing neat I v. qmrklr Wid cbep
Ivdone. DA VID SMI TIL
Opposite Excelsior MrVet
To Stock V revere .
THE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
Mountains, known as the ' Old brm
grantRoad," is now in splendid order for
the accommodation oft he public. Tbe bruT'
on tbe road have all been th r ugbhr irj acr
ed, and stock drovers will find it 10 trri.tde
to cross the Mountains bv this route. Tlr
is plentv of g-ood wafer and gross on fo'H
sides of the Mountairs, rod tie rii.'turcf
across is erdv io miles beinir the sboiffst sf
well as tbe best road over tbe Casci-de Wom -tains.
Stock droves and migrants will nra
it to their advantage to travel over tins rout
Toles reasonable. ., t
JOSEPH YOUNG, President.
Clack am as county, June 21st, l-72.
Store to Rent.
rr RESTORE HOUSE FORMKKLYOCfr
1 pied bv Kafka, on Rock Creek. 12 mi-'J
from AuroVa, situated at a tine point inr
country trading post ; can be bad on
reasonable terms. This is a desirably rt .
for a man with small capita! to go into boei
" Enquire of JOHNSON A McCOWX
july'jOtf.J Oregon Cit.vrrg
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
ore nos CITY.
t - ,nr. o4o nil i- fin bfl nd fot Fle
ri,itc'o)iisiiii'": "Vi " . xt.r'r
Midlings, Bran ami ChiBen Feed.f"'
purchasing feed must farnishjue f P'f-
s' :,V5T5'.v $-TbLP '