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THE EfJT ERPBISE.
REGoiTciTV, OREGON, JULY 4, 1S7S.
Nk Invention. Messrs. T. J.
fi-Carver, James Athey and B. Jen-
iiau f thiH '"y have receivcd u
,vrJnt for an iron telegraph ioll, the
franchise lastinff lor seventeen years.
-The merits of this invention are many.
'riw nole is made of cast or rolled iron,
hollow, and iu three sections, with an
::.nious contrivance for attaching
insulators. It is claimed that considei
insui.iioi ...... .t ..U(:,ixr than
,v wooilen pole, Among the cl net
."Kims of the iitenu-es are V' V Sv.T
i lnr-Lhilitv " The p;irts lx-mg hol
ninl duraoiin . "'Vl, . ,,, .,nn
l,v are v.;r.v f" ' r, j , , ,f
5K?.a-ri. is..; l"in,!;11a..trtiS
iuawav . . f;ir moro in a
!rVr-irtln the addition-
("i.osk of school. The school year
. . - . . - L..fnni.ir closed
tiw twetron i-iiy ,--iiiiii j -
Friday. He regret er
mr inability, ot lieni present, u iu .
.tii.n nf the classes; nut
those wno were ireeni.,
!V:, it was most satisfactory to the pu
11 i.i.rhlv creditable to the teaeh-
pil .lie i H.jj inutitlltlltn
efs. .-i i .1 iirtmr t lif vcar.
III - 1 . I . ' .......
ii ive lalMirea whiuj " i:V.
-iml H' s..-hKl has become a credit to
r c.tv, and to themselves We are
anuoun-i- i. " ------
ihe present corp
the maie jKriion,
i I I ei f I T
)lovcl for another
aircaoj - ,lllt wi,..t
vear ana we uae w v . --
the next term uill hnv much greater
improveioec.t thai, the one just closed.
Tiik Factokv. The factory building
is fast approaching completion and the
new machinery is being put in its place
as fast as workmen can do so. The
buihiimr is much improved from what
it was formerly, there being added a
row of wii'lows and a full story, where
was Ix'fore the attic. The machinery
i also of t..e late.st impr vel, a ul when
readv foe work, will be probably the
n.osJ complete establishment in the
Mate Workmen are now- engaged m
niiishing the ctq ilo, which is nearly
coin plet'ed. It is expected that opera
tions will be commenced within the
next three weeks.
CoMisfi. Ti r reference to our adver
tising columns, it will le seen that
Prof. O. S. Fowler, of New York, r..o
wcll-knovvn phernologist, whose repu
tation in his line is far ahead ot any
man in the United States, will lecture
in Mvors' Hall in this city, on the
evenings of Julv loth 17th and lstlu
The Professor his a great reputation,
and his works on phernology are well
known to our readers. His lectures in
this State have drawn full houses, and
lii.alv- siMiken of bvtheiress. W'u
have i?o doubt but whijt the hall
HKfovEiiKi).-The body of Xorinin
"Warner who vra drowned two weeks
:igo last Welnesday, near Chamioeg,
w:i found lloating in the river below
llutteville, alMut live miles Ix'low
where he was drowiiel, on l.ist Mim
lav, bv the steamer Fannie I'atton. It
was talkoii as.ioif, an I imeol'tlielr.inil.s
left with it, and when the l.iy ton canie
down w as brought on her to this city,
rind-, interred on last Tuesday. The
body- was much swoILVh ad decom
position had taken place.
Si iUTK iir Eichtxixo. During the
thunder and lightning of last Fri
day, the line residence of Hon. H. A.
Straight, near the Clackamas river, was
-struck bv a flash, which passed lown
-through' the bath-room, struck a ri lie
which was loaded. tearing oil' the stock,
but did not discharge the gun. There
was no damage done besiaes tearing a
hole in the house. The family were all
-nut in the yard at the time. The flash
of lightnihig apparently pissed into
Cai.i.kp. We had isd's this week
r i n Judge Aaron E. Wait, a former
f -iti.eii of this place. lus. Schwatka,
foreman of the Salem Statesman, gave
s a call last Saturday. Rev. Mr. Rax
ster of Corvallis, and ilv. E. J. Dawne
of Salem, also g.ive us a call. The two
hitter gentlemen were dwn attending
rf anipmeeting at Eagle Creek, where we
Jearu they had a very interesting time.
Hiitsfc X.Arin. Our Inwn has pri
son tod an apjx'araiwe of an Indian
agency for the ast u-'ok. Nearly the
'utirc squad of red-skins from the
"Yamhill reservation are here, running
.horse races, and. we I K.lievo, are gen
erally successftd. If the agent can't
keep these Indians, he had lxtter re
sign anJ save the overnnient tho s;il
arv In? get-.
Rrsnt'ATiso. Profs. Na-holson and
TMorelaml have left on a rusticating
tour, arid propose to spend the vacation
by visiting tlicir friends. The former
left last Tuesday with his wife for Vic
toria, where thl-'r relatives reside, the
1 iter for CorvalUs. We hope thev may
Imth have a ph-asaut time, and come
back to their HUrs with improved
health and spirits.
IjARuk PriLriNo. An exchange says
that the talternacie for wmp meeting
purjHvses, now leing erected on the
Conference' Camp ground on the bank
of the Molalla ad joining Can by, is an
immense affair. leing Fin feet long by
lixi feet wide, probably covering more
ground than any other two buildings
m the Suite.
PriiLio ExAMixATiox. At the Pub
lic Examination of teachers for cert ili
oitos last Saturday, there were nine
applicants present, of which fourmss
.ea a satisfactory examination. Those
who were entitled to certificates are,
Miss Nora Ross. A. R. Cyrus, Miss
Mary Frost ami Samuel Drown.
Vpvaxck. In order that our loys
onjviy the 4th of July as other
we publish the pa-
.p -r one day iu advance
will bo closi'd up to-ilay and no busi
ness will lie transacted, as all. from ed
iter to the principal devil, exjHHt to
leave town to celebrate the glorious an
niversarv of national birth.
Still Tiiky Comk. A family named
Ray, consisting of three men and their
wives, with ten children arrived here
vesterdry from Franklin, Missouri.
Thev propose to locate in the RIngo
.settlement. They are welcome among
Thanks. Mr. John Schrani dealres
us in lehalf of Fountain Hose Co., of
wiiich he is foreman, u return the
ili:mt tf ttio Coiiinanv t tlie citizens
for favors, and also to the other com
panies of the Reiartnient.
Ixjur.F.n, While the Hook t Iad
dor Conipmy was engaged in tearing
down the old shop of Messrs Pope,
one of the hooks slipped, striking As
sistant Rngineer Rarlow on the thigh,
inflicting a very painful wound.
Messrs. Hedges tfc Ringtnan have
completed their job of moving Topes'
tin shop. Lt was a big move.
For fireworks to display your patri
otism with, go to Louis Saal's confec
A Report From Prof. Macruni.
Editok En-tkkprise : Tlie City Sem
inary closed on Friday last, -Tth ult.,
for summer vacation. The last three
davsof the session were sjnt in the
examination of the dillerent grades.
The orilcr of examination you have
published already, tiuitc an interest
was manifested by the students ; each
seeming deeplv interested in the
result of his or her examination.
The Citv Nuperiiiteinlent, W. C. John
son, Ks"j., favored us with his presence
during the entire examination. Revs.
Wirtli, Looey and Judy were also in
attendenee. 'Several la'dies were also
present telling us by their presence as
well as by their words that we were not
entirely forgotten, even if not frequent
ly visited. The City Council was rc
rc.senb'd by His Honor, Mayor Mc-Cown-a
very good selection "to repre
sent that body and we enjoyed his
visits very mucn ; out we Simula nave
much !ctter pleased to have seen
e members ot the Council with us.
Iart of the time at least. We also reirret
that vou, Mr. Editor, on account of
sickness in your family, were unable to
be present with us.
As to how the students acquitted
themselves, we have nothing to say.
Those desirous of knowing may ask
some one who was present and witness
ed the examination. At the close of
the examination on Friday interesting
and instructive addresses were made
by Revs. Wirth.Judy, Eocey. Eastham,
McCown and Nuyt. Johnson. The
school-year just closed has been pleas-
lta,,ie to tho students. Wo lioie the
next scnooi-year wni commence wiui
increased interest and continue to in
crease throughout the year.
I, Allks Macuum.
Poll. Raisino. East Saturday even
ing was a joyous time for onr firemen.
In . accordance with the invitation, ex
tended to the other companies bv
Fountain Hose Co., they turned out to
assist in raising their llag-poll.
About li'i o'clock the companies were
formed under the sujervision of Chief
Engineer V. E. White, and in their
handsome new uniforms, led bv the
lirass IJaiid, marched down Alain
street, and counter-marched hack to the
engine-house, when the poll was rais
ed, and loud and enthusiastic cheering.
After the ceremonies were through.
the department marched in a lody to
ine resiliences oi several oi our ciiv
and ex-citv oilieials, where short ad
dresses were made. After thisspeeches
were made bv Messrs. .Scliram, Coch
ran, White and others. The occasion
was a most joyous one, and will long
bo rem.Miibered by our liremen. 1 he
music by the Rand wan excellent, and
gave evidence that the boys have been
under good training lately.
Rask lUr.i. Notks. This National
game seem sj to Ikj gaining ground in
public opinion, and each town, county
and school in the State has its base ball
ciub. For the beutit of the lovers of
this rame we give a lew notes oi its
workings in this .State:
Ed&t Saturday the I 'ioneers were de
feated lv tiie t'oliege Club of Salem by
a score or to 1.
On account of the Pioneers taking two
placers out of the l'acilics h Salem
with them that Club failed to meet the
Clackamas as was previouly arranged,
ami game was decided iu favor or the
fin Wednesday the second game was
Dlaved iH'tvveeti' the Pioneers and Col
lege Club: but owing to two of their
best plavois Using away, the College
Club we're beaten bv a score of 24 to 1.7.
The next game between the Pioneers
and this Club has not vet U en arranged.
The Clackamas Club so far is the
chaoipiou club of the State.
Clonk of School. The Canemah
school closed for a short recess last
Fndav. Mr. Randall lias been very
successful as a teacher in thisplaec.aud
has one of the best schools in the coun
ty. The pupils anil Ttatrons all like
him, and his abilities as a teacher are
verv apparent in the progress ot nis
Comim.ktkp. The road up the blurt
has lecii completed and is now ready
for travel. It is a great improvement
on the old one. and teams can now a
end and descend with eae. Mr
Moore lias m ide a good job of the work
TiiKin lU' rv. It is the duty of the
School Directors to see that persons
who teach theirsehool have certificates.
If ai y one should teach w th ut it, the
Histii. t is not entitled t the school
Thanks. At a meeting of the Ore
gon Citv lirass Rand, a motion was
unanimously pas.-od, tendering the
thanks of the Rand to C. W. Pope.
F.s, i.. fur valuable iavors extended to
Tkahixh Rown. Workmen have
coiiimenced tearing down the old res
idence of Mrs. M. M. Charman, pre
paratory to tli) erection of her line
(!amk Law. Tlie effects of the expir
ation of the game law is very visible.
A large nutnlvr of itrople have been
out hunting, and many more aro pre
paring to go.
On the Tkak. Columbia Hook A
Ladder Co. was out last Tuesday even
ing, demolishing the rear building oi
C. W. Pope's (in shop. The bovs made
puck work of it, and enjoyed tlie fun.
Installation-. 1. 1). (i. I'., A. J.
Marshall came up last Tuesday and in
stalled the officers of Falls Encamp
ment, No. 4, I.O. O. V., on that evenintr.
Paintin. Jinliro Cautield is paint
ing up his rcisdenees on Mam stroet.
It is quite an improvement.
Cataract Hose Co. has its reirular
monthly meeting next Tuesday even
rountam How Company meets next
V ednesday evening.
Kegular monthly meeting of theCity
Council next Monday evening.
Columbia Hook iv Ladder Co. meets
next Wednesday evening.
Haskkt Meetino. A basket meeting
will be held at the Clear Creek camp
ground, commencing on Satnrdav, tho
PU h of July, and continuintr over the
Sabbath. Christian friends of our own
ami omer denominations f neighbor
ing cnarges are invited to attend and
uiKB parr in our meeting. Brethren,
urn c jiemoie,iei us nave one pur
pose in view to get irood and do good.
i-ei us expect a full measure of the
grace of God. The unconverted are es-jK-cially
invited to attend and rive their
hearts to the Lord. The time'has come
that whoever will call
of the Lord shall Ik? saved." The
friends are requested to brincr their
baskets with provisions in them so as
to remain on the ground as lonsrasiNts
sible during the meeting. M. Jcdy.
Evening News. The Ereninrj
Xews now reaches us by express on
the same day of publication.
To Cure a Couijh, to relievo all Irrita
tions of the throat, restore perfect sound
ness and health to the most delicate or
ganizations of the human frame the
fames use Ir. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry, which is still prepared
with the same care in the selection and
compounding of its various ingredients as
whn it was introduced to the public by
Dr. Wistar, over fortv years since.
Chicaoo, June 26.
ton special says that it is stated
that the Secretary of War, under
the advice of the Attorney Gen
eral, has decided to commence a suit
against General O. O. Howard for a
certain amount of money for wlnVl.
he failed to account as Commi
of the Freedmen's Bureau.
.Nfw Iotk, Jnne 20. A Bermuda
letter in the Ecjress savs that a fam-
liy uamca jvnowies, consisting of
father, mother and two daughters
were murdeerd in Hamilt OH .Tuna
10th, and the house robbed of all the
Washington, June 27. Lieuten
ant Colonel Carter, with the North
ern I acme surveying
ports a second attack by Sioux, June
19th, on Beaver Dam' Creek with
the loss of one scout wounded. The
Sioux loss was two killed, and it is
stated that several were carried ofl'
It is stated that a company of
Americans has been organized who
propose to purchase from the Gov
ernment of Mexico two or three of
the Mexican States with a view to
developing their mineral resources.
The States alleged to be held in view
nora and Tamalipas.
rrl, nmm:ua;- rni , -r,
The Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue received a telegram announcing
that Collector J as. Mullms. late mem
ber of Congress from the Fourth
Tennessee District, died vesteruay
at Shclbyville, lennessee of cholera.
Ihe Secretary of the Interior has
made the following importaut ruling:
V hen a homestead is canceled, and
the homestead claimant has found
land at the date of such cancellation.
with others who design taking lands
under tho pre-eniiition laws, the
homesteader being legally upon the
land, his settlement right vests in
stantly on such cancellation; while
claimants have gone on the land
while it was covered by said home
steads were tresspassers, and the
homestead claimant is the proferre;d
party under the pre-emption laws.
Ihe secretary of War has not yet
completed his investigation concern
ing the alleged abstraction of docu
ments from his Department. Thus
far he has made no discovery in that
New YeKK, June 27. An address
has been sent to President Grant
and Governor Dix, by Italian-born
citizens, expressing a belief that
some prompt and effectual remedy
is absolutely necessary to put elown
the infamous traric m Italian Chil
dren, carried on between Italy and
America, and asking that certain laws
mav be framed to that end.
New Yokk, June 2H. The Brook
lyn Eayle says the Examining Com
mittee of Plymouth Church received
from' 1 West specific charges of
slander against Henry C. Uowen. It
is charged that he has circulated
slanders against Henry Ward Ieech
er which are false, and his (Bowen's)
expulsion is called for. An investi
gation is to bo made immediately,
and Beecher is desirous that the in
vestigation should be made at once.
Co.Ncoiii). X. II., June 27. The
House to-day passed a resolution re
ported by the Committee on Federal
Relations, censuring the last Con
gress tor passing tne mil raising
their own salaries.
Cincinnati, June 20. Jesse B.
Grant, father of tlie President, died
of general debility at his residence
in Covington Kentucky, last night.
The President, though expected in a
special train, had not arrived at the
time of his death, which had been
hourly expected for several day
New Yokk, June 21). Eighty-five
hundred emigrants arrived at this
port last week.
New Yokk, June 30. Woodhull,
Clafiin and Blood have been reindict
ed under the obscene 2,nulicatin
p.ct of lSao.
Cincinnati, June 30. Thirteen
deaths from cholera were repjiteel
at the health olhee to-dav.
Haktfokd. Julv 1. The House to
day 2assed a resolution declaring tho
increased pay ot Congressmen un
necessary, and requesting Senators
and Representatives to labor for the
repeal of the law. The retroactive
salary provision is specially condemn
c-d, and the Senators and Represen
tatives of the State are condemned
for upholding the measure.
The Career of a Great Remedy.
Twenty summers have elapsed since
it was briejly announced that a new
vegetable tonic and alternative, bear
ing the name of I lostettcr's Stomach
IJitters. had been added to the list of
preventative and restorative medicines
The modest advertisement which in
vited attention to the preparation stat
ed that it. had beon used with great
success in private practice as a cure for
dyspepsia, bilious complaints, consti
nation and intermittent fever. Jt was
soon discovered that the article po
sessod extraordinary properties. The
People, of every class, tested its merits
as a tonic, stimulant, corrective and
resterative and found that its effects
more than fulfilled their hopes and ex
pectations. From that time to the
present its course has been upward
and onward, and it stands to-dav at
the head of all medicines of this class
American or imjorted, in the magni
tude of its sales and its reported repu
tation as a safe, agreeable and potent
invigorant and restorative. For lai
guor and debility, lack of appetite
and irastric disturbances so common
durihj: the summer months it is al-
solutelv infallible. Indigestion, bil
ions disorders, constitution, nervous
nes-s. peii idioal f.'Vers, t,n 1 all the or
dinary complaints, generated by
v-iti ited ami liumid atmosniiere. van
ish under its renovating ami regulating
influence. Tlu is its rec rd, avouche
by volumes of intelligent testimony,
extending over a period of n fifth cen
tury, and comprehending the names
of thousands of well-knwon citizens
belomring to every class and calling.
In EuroiK it is thought a great thing to
obtain the patronaire of royalty for a
" patent medicine," but Hostetter's
IJitters has ieen spontaneously approv
ed bv millions of indeiendent sover
eign's, and its patent consists in their
Ifahorshas a good constitution, and
has one- been a good hors", no matter
how old or how much run down he may
he, he can be greatly improved, and in
manv respects made tis gxl as n'w, by a
Iiixril use of Wfrtn' Vanatrj Corulition
It is a veil known fact that Dyspep
sia ami indigestion are the eauses of
nearly all the diseases that the human
bod v" is heir to; then why pay eimr
mems doctors' bills? Rv usin Dr.
Henlev's celebrated 1XL Hitters they
ran te"thorou:rly eradieateel from the
system an ! new life inipartetl to the
siitlcrt'r. Read phj-ssioLms certificates
in another column.
A a gentlemen afflicted with the chronic j
.1. U lilflllQlil .MJ Ut-lll'lUIII Ul III J
case cuu convey the vast amount of bene
fit I reef i ved from the use of John-ton' An
oitune JAiiiment. I believe it is the best
article in the world for rheumatism.
We can confidentially recommend the
Pain-Killer. Toronto Hnjytvtt.
It is the most effectual remedy we know
of lor Aches, l'ains, tlesti wounds, &c.8t.
Johns A'etr., J'. Q.
We advise that every family should have
so effectual ami speedy a Pain-lviller.
Amhcrxt JV. iS'. Lritzctte.
Our own experience is that a bottle of
Pain-Killer is tne b"st Physician a traveler
can have. Jlu.nitton Sjtrctutor.
For both internal and external applica
tion have found it of yreat value. Chris.
A tnedicin no family should be without.
Could hardly keep house without it. Kd.
Should be kept in every house, in read
iness for sudden attacks of sickness.
No article ever obtained such unbound
ed popularity. Salon Observer.
One of the most reliable specifics of the
at;e. Old SS'orth State.
Its power is wonderful and unequall-d in
r-'llevi"ir the most, severe pain. Buiiiit;;
An indispensable article in the medicine
chest. A", y. lirmniner.
It will recommend itself to all who use
it. Oeoriiu lint "rjtrise.
It is extensively used and sought after as
a really usoful medicine. Journal, St.
John, A", Iit .
No medicine has acquired such a repu
tation ; it has real merit. Jetcjjrt luiiy
One of the m"st useful medicines; have
used it and disnensfd it. for the pasttwenty
years. ltev. Wni. Ward, Assam.
Thr most valuable medicine now in use.
It is really a valuable medicine, and
used by many physicians. Huston, Trav
We always keep it where w-' can nut our
nana on it in me aarK, n need ue. A'er.
V. Jlibbard, Iturmah..
One oft lie few articles that are Just where
tney pretcna to oe. Jjrnnsteick J eie(jraii.
In my mountain travels no medicine is
of so universal application as Pain-Killer.
Jiev. -. 11. lhjr.uy, Jiunnah.
PERRY DAVIS & SON,
MASK'S AND PROF'S,
1-16 HIGH ST., I'llO VIDKNCE, R.T.
ill SYCAMi IRE ST., CINCINNATI, O.
377 ST. PACLST., MONTREAL, CANADA.
17 SOUTHAMPTON, KOW.I.ONlx IN, ENG.
For th" very best photographs, ko to Prad-
y Jt Rulofson's (Jalery without STAIR!-
s-ei;l in tne cieruiur, -fii lontgome-ry
Street, San Francisco, California.
Professional and Amateur Musicians
should examine the combination Solo
Stops found only in GEO. Wool S & CO'S
THE.EOLINE. A most delicate, soft or
THE VOX HUMANA. A baritone solo,
not a fan or tremolo.-
THE PIANO. A beautifully toned piano.
which will never require tuning. See ad
vert ismciit in a not h.-rcolumn. (junlmS
rKOF. 0. S. 1WLEK,
OF NEW VORK.
WILL LKCTUKIil IIsT
OREGON CITV, WEUXESD.IY EVE
JirLY Kith, at 8 o'clock, on
LIFE AND SELF-CULTURE,
As taught by 'Phrenology.
TIlt'KSD.VT EVENXNG, ON
LOVE, CGUSTSKIPAND MARRIAGE.
FRIDAY AT Z O'CLOCK, TO LADIES,
( I N
Female Health and Beauty,
ILLUSTRATED RY FRENCH MODELS.
FRIDAY EVE, TO GENTLEMEN,
( ) N
Manhood, AVonianhoo;!, & oth r Ri'ktions,
Seats, 25 cents; course tickets, 50 cents.
Can be consulted us to your own and chil
dren's Phrenology best business, health.
Improvement, &e.,&c., at the l'hu-nix Hotel
till Saturday, 1. M., only. Call early, tf
Justice's Court for the Frmuct of Ore
STATE OF OREGON, )
County or Clackamas.)
Henry Humbel, PltL, .
G. Lingorm, Deft.,
To G. Lingorm, the above named defend
I N THE NAME OF OREGON, YOU ARE
1. hereby required to appear before the
undersigned, a Justiee of the Peace for the
Precinct aforesaid, on the loth day of Au
gust, ls73, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, at the ollice oi said Justice.in said
ITecme-t, to answer the above named Plain
tiff in a civil action.
The Defendant will take notice, t hat if
ne lails to answer the complaint he-rein,
tne i'laintur win taii? judgment against
him for the sum of one hundred' and li ft v-
nine dollars and ninetv-seven cents(Jl")il.!7)
and tor costs and disbursements of this
Given under my hand t his -l day of July,
lSei. W . 1'. BL-R.NS,
Justiee of the Peace,
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, wb.
SHERIFF'S SALE I
'OTICK IS HEREI5V (JIVF.X THAT RY
11 virtue of a certain decree ami execu
t ion issued out of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for tlie county of Clacka
mas, to me directed in pursuance oi a cer
tain decree and judgment entered in said
Court on the 21th day of May. A. 1 ., l-sT-'S,
to enforce certain mechanics' liens and
other liens in said decr-.-e mentioned and
described.ngainst Wm. N. Holmes, S.J.IIen
slev and S. D. Holmes, doing business un
der the firm name of Holmes, Hcnsley fc
Holmes, and fiirainst Win. N. Holmes and
S. D. Holmes individuaJIy, and in favor of
R. F. CaufiMd, John Hutton,.Mat new men
ardson, William Mullins and C. II. Fair-
childs, ujion mechanics' lien judgments as
afor. said, tor the sum of 01'Ua, dollars,
wit h costs and accruing costs together wit h
interest from the date ot said judgment at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum ; and
whereas in the same decree and Judgment,
an order was made foreclosing a certain
mortgage held bv D. I J. Hannah in the
land hereinafter described, and rendering
judgment in lavor of said D. P. Hannah,
and against Wm. N. Holmes, for the sum
of l,!.2.-", dollars, gold coin, with interest
at t he rate of one per cent. it month from
date of judgment together with costs and
accruing costs. ,
Now, to satisfv said execution and the
mechanics' lien judgment in execution
first recited, I have levied upon a certain
saw mill (in said judgment and decree
mentioned and descriUd) together with
its machinerv, fixtures and appurtenances,
together with one-half acre of land on
which said saw mill is erected and situated ;
said half acre ef land being described as
The saw mill being the centre and the
land to be a parallelogram of four equal
sides of sufficient length to include one
half acre of land, the e.entr of which shall
be the exact center of said saw mill; said
land being a portion of the northeast h ol
section Vi, in township 3 south, range
east of Willamette meridian, iu Clacka
mas county. State of Oregon ; and to fur
ther satisfy said execution, and said last
mentioned judgment and decree in favor
of D. R. Han nan, I have levied upon the
remainder of said northeast of said sec
tion 13, in township 3 south, range 2 east :
and also the east h of the northwest ii of
said section 13; and on
Saturday, the 2d Day of August, A. D., 1873,
at the Court House door in Iregon City,
Clackamas county, Oregon, at the hour of
one o'clock, p. m., I will sell all the above
described projerty at publie auction to the
highest bidder for cash, paid to me, to sat
islv said execution, costs and accruing
costs. A. F. HEGDES, Sheriff.
Ry HENRY HE DG ES,De pu t y.
July 3d, 173. wl.
OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
OHEGOX LODGE XO. 3, 1. I. ).
Meets everv Thursday
eveningat 7 o'clock, in the
Odd l.-llows Hall, Main -SS
street. Members of the Or
der are invited to attend, liy order
KEIJECCA DEGREE LODGE XO.
3, I. O. O. F., Meets on the i?T5
Second and Fourth Tnes-
day evenings each month, Smfl
at o clock, m the Odd
rellows Hall. Members of the Deirree
are invited to attend.
AiULTXO.UAU LODGE XO. I,A.'
.v .. m., Holds its regular com- a
muinoatioirs on the First and A
Third Saturdays in each month, 7J
it T ..'..1.... I- ..... . !.., , -
.v , V,,. IX 11 will LllU.tllll V)L r-cu.
tember to the L0th of March; and 7
o clock from the :.1th of March to the
'JOth of September, lirethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
Ry order of W. M.
FALLS EXCAMPMEXT XO.4,1. O.
O. V.. Meets at Odd Fellows'
Hall onthe First an J Third Tues
day of each month. Patriarchs
in good staudimr are invited to attend.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HECTOK
t'AJIPBKLL, DEC EASE I).
OTICK IS 1 1 EKE MY GIVEN THAT
by the County Court of e'lackamas county.
Oregon, administrator of the estate or Hec
tor e'ampbcll.deeeased ; all persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment ; all persons having
claims against the same are required
to present them with the necessary vouch
ers within six months from the date of this
notice to me at my residence near Marsh-
field, Clackamas Postoltiee. Clackamas
S. L. CAMPBELL,
Clackamas county, June 1T7, 1S73. wl.
A Beautiful Farm For Sale !
..n icRKti npr Tii.r. iki.k t. -vr
e ) Iarge Orchrd, Splendid Spring, and
- - - - - - ,
Good House within three miles of Aureira,
at less than
S-L lKI. ACT IK!
This offer is only good f)r twenty days
Enquire at the Enterprise olhee.
Oregon City, June (, 1S7J. tr.
SPUING AND SU3CIEU GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Roots and Shoes,
Hardware, Ciroe ries,
Ladies and Gents'
etc., etc., etc., etc.
Main Street, Oregon City.
Produce of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price. Jt you de-
.sire good Goods at Iaw prices, call at
I . S H L L I A li ' S
and examine his new stock of Spring goods.
Give nie a call and convince yourselves.
My motto is.
"QtriCK SALES AND SMAI.I, PROFITS."
The highest market price paid for wool.
Oregon City, March 21, lST.-tf.
WATCHES AflD JEWELRY.
rS H E r N D E R S I G N E D AN-
B nounce to the cit i.ensof iregon
City and Clackamas county that they have
JUSt OJenetl iv
Main street next door north of Shades Sa
loon, where they will keep on hand and for
sale all goous pertaining totlieir line, at the
i.owkst i.lviNr. ratks. Kspecial attention
liven to tlie repairing ot HXE 1 IMF I r kc KS.
AH goods sold and work done warranted.
GEO. A. II A AS A SON.
Oregon City, Feb. , ls73-tf.
HEW VORK HOTEL
No. IT Front Street, Opposite the Mail
H.ROTIIFOS, J. J. MILKENS, Proprietors.
Hoard v AVeek
Koani V NV'eek with Ixdgiiig
Roard "t Day
GUARD AGAINST FIRE !
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
rniE NUMEROUS SEVERE FIRES
WI11CU liJl- ' KTU 1 111 111 tl lilir ing
last vear, and the late !isastrous confla
grations In Portland, Sprinirville, Hades,
Oregon Citv. and Jacksonville, should ad
monish nroperty owners to seek indemnity
against loss and damage by tiro without
Cr HAP.TFOnO, CONN.,"
Repr-sented onthe I'aciflc coast for over
tilteeii ears, (during which Tiod it has
r:iil uiiou. oun tor I-ire I hisses in the Pa
cific liepartment), is one of the leading
American Fire Insurance ( ompanies, and
thee10 Hartford Company represented in
th-Sl ate of Oregon. In t he prompt adjust
ment. ml na vine nt of its losses.t he l'ho-nix
has no superior, t he Company has never
had a suit in tlie Mate, unu in ine j)romji
cash payment ol nearly
in thf Chicaco and Roston, proves that the
old Plm-nix is eoual to its every engage
The Agents rf the Pleenix are authorized
bv commissifin from tie company to issue
and renew Policies direct, and without ref
erence to Portland, San Francisco, or else
where, thus enablnnr the applicant to se
cure intmetlvtte and tnivhmt protection.
Rat's as low as solvency und fair profit
will admit of.
XV. P. Bl'KXS
Resident Ajrent, Oregon City.
April IS, ls73.-m:J
GEO. WOODS & GO'S
The most remarkable instrument ever per
fected ; capable of the most beautiful mus
ical effects, and in the. most elegant cases.
All Lover: of Music
should see them, and hear their
COMBINATION SOLO STOPS.
Wm. Cr. BADCxEK,
OI Jill anome St., Sun Francisco,
has them. -Junel3in3.
J tMilStV VLRKIGHT Have Just r.
ueiveu a une mi 01 ix-er cattle frfun the
j on n nay country. 1 hey Hre the latest
ever orougnt 10 tnis valley before, and will
oe nutcnerert ror this market. They pro-
; l . "'"r- "a'1 mem a call, and
Oregon City, May 23d. 173. tf.
CELA.S. EL TTFIELI),
COEXEIi OF SEVEXT1I AXD JIAIX STREETS, 0REG0X CITY .
1 las J ust Received
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Pleached
House Lining, Shirtings. Table-Imien, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Ac.
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil,
Which have hee elected with Kp-ciul care Tor this market and cannot
BE SURPASSED IN Q.UAHTY OR PRICE.
TIH-: llllillll MAKULl i'KIUUPAIU FOR COUVTBV
March 13, lb73:tf
KEY STORE ! HEW GOODS! NEW FIRM!
Have Just openeel, in
raisliair.s !N"ow X3iiilcliiiir, Oregon Citv,
milE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOTHING AND DRY-GOODS
JL Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Hoseries-Notions,
Cutlery, Baskets and Toys : also. Groceries and I'rovisionsrand a
Too numerous to describe, which we propose
4 W II
Mil. La. LEW, being a Prae lie al Jeweler
and manufacture and repair Jewelry. We
Give us a call and examine our goods, and save twenty per cent.
Second door nortli of tlie Postofliee, Muiii street, Orejron City.
KfvA hA F"V 'Rl'r. J. s. Coleman's Coni-
, H u Sflrtibi vii y ixund Extract
tus is a preparation combining nil the valuable medical quaities oi the Fucalvnfiis.
which is cultivated in nearly every e alltornia
come the household rein'-ily for all diseases
AH Y C-UV.-l,, and SI!MI.AL WJiAKXKSS.
vir.. inK'iii.i.i.n anu tn.'ir surrounuings,
and balsamic properties inor. effectually than
lt is an invaluable remedy for all diseases of
si'i YjiLx'ojauiXtc. v-"tuu' Ji'01-1 'i' j j cr, lyw't
1 his preparation is the result of Dr. Coleman's experiments with the medicinal prop
it ies ol the tree in the C. S. Msrine Hosnital
4 'fit i'' 1 if w naiT it r it it "rt? A"r 1 1,
had unusual facilities for testing the various methods ot nrm'.urin'.rth., .,U.7.'i.-
uses, it can be relied upon as certain to give the nromise.t r.nitT .,.i i,.,.i.'.tc -r
lis of its efficacy can be seen at his office. -Ni k'e:
ermi, yet Harmless, ieuruuge, ana is a special preparation forthe
t reat im-nt ot t he malarious fevers of our interior vallevs ami i w.r
ranted to cure any case ot th r. 11 AND At l' E I reated wit h it accord
ing to dir -ctions. while t he baneful results of the usual Ouiuinc ai d
arsenical remedie lor those diseases are entirely avoided '
FOR PHYSICIANS, Coleman's Fluid Extract of Euilvntn i i fe
bottles. 15 ware of imitations, and take none
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
Butter, HI tsrsrss.
and all kinds of
GOOD CCUNTRY PRODUCE,
I will sell as low as any house in Oregon for
CASH OR ITS EQ UI VALE XT
In Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CASH IN HAX1.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves,
Oregon City, March 21, 1S73.
A GREAT DISCOVERY!
X"0 MORE GRAY HAIR OR WIIIS.
1 kers it you will use. J. RiPMaN'S
HAIR RESTORER. This is not a
N ile COUl Dound. Iiimle r.f Smror r.f
I'ad, Rae Sulphur, and other poisonous
minerals, which will produce headache,
paralysis or insanity, but a harmless pre
p.witiion, iree rrom sediment, easily ap-
pneu, anu in a brief space f,f time restoring
i ne nair or whiskers to their natural color.
No preparation is neeessarv to use with it.
but simply to apply according to directions
accompanying each bottle. This is the
cheajxst, safest and best Hair Restorcrever
offered to the public.
.1. ETPMAN, Proprietor.
General Agents, CHAKIXS ivNfdJA
& CO., Wholesale Druggists, corner Battery
and Clav streets, San Francisco, to whom
all orders must be addressed. Testimonials
nr prominent citizens who have used it ac
m pa ny each bottle. apr2ois3rn
a New Stock of
Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys,
OP OTHER GOODS,
to sell at the Lotvest Possible Rates. 'fbr
of long experience, we will also deal in
guarantee all ourgoods and work, or no pay.
garden lor its medie:il ntilirv- i,..n',r iu
of the KII.'J1'S Ii IA I I t F ft rA UKI V-
It seems to ha ve :
anu e-ures them hv
i I C u 1 1 tCV'i ti-o 'lwioHmv
any other known remedv.
the mucous jind serous membranes Mich
ur . i ,.,,. .
but Colcminrc u.-
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
AN IMMENSE STOCK AS USUAL.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
NiOTZm, GILLIIMX i CO.
Corner First und Mori ison st rec tP
LE0X DeLOUEY, Propriclor,
(Iite of the Cliff House.)
JfATjr STRKET, OREGOJX CITY, OCT.
that he has re-opened the above named
ITS ONtaii x-si nt.
cuTnmn'rTwair hW l 6WO h,
Oysters, Pitrs' Feet,
A Ciowl Cup or Co JTee, q
Or a Rood Square Mtnl.
T TT"1V- J -rT AT'TTf
C Oregon City, March 2.s, i.s73-tf. "
IV in. KR0UG1IT0X
WSLD RESPECTFULIA- INFORM
T T the citizens of iree-on I'iti-o-i .
lty that he is prepared to lurnis'h
Fir, Spruce und Cedar
of every description.
Dry Flooring, Ceiling,Spruce(for Shelving.
Lattice, Pickets, Fence Posts
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk Lumber furnished
onthe shortest notice, at as low rates as
can be purchased elsewhere in the State
Give me a call, at the
OKEGOX CITV, SAW MILL.
March 21. 1873-tf.
UVERY, FEED, AND SALE
rpiIE FNDERSIG NED PROPRIETOR OF
JL he Livery stable on Fifth stret-t.Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle and Itujrjrj' Horne,
H";e;iei, lariiagra and Hackn.
He will also run a hack to and from tho.
WILKOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with good
horses.com petent and gentlemanly drivers.
FARE AT LIVING RATES.
J. M. FRAZER, lYoprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 1S73. m
THE FAVORITE SDMER RESORT I
Z Z MILES SOCTII OF OREGOX CITY
IX C VA CKAMAS C0UXTY.
TOSKPII AVUItllX having leased tho
VVilhoit Soiia Sjirings, desires to inform
those wishing to sjeid a few days in the
mountains that this is the most deUghlul
place in the Willamette Valley. A good
Hotel. Stable and bath-house for the ae?
com modat ion of visitors. q
These Springs have been recommended
bv Phvsieians as being the healthiest and
b-st piace for invalids or persons afflicted
with any complaint to spend the heated
season. ,, . .,,
Parties tlesiring to visit the Springs will
find a hack in readiness for their accomo
dation, upon- arFl3'i"S to J. LFrazera
Oregon City. mayoml.
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