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OREGON CITY, OREGON, JULY 25, !S7i.
The enterprise for the Campaign
We will furnish the Estkuphisk from
thlstf August until after the Octo
ber election for the sum of fifty cents.
We hope our friends will .see that the
vapor ijn the hand.s of every voter in
. it ;0 ..i- i.nrrus to fight
tiiecoumy. ii i -
MoNCMKN-T.-Steps have iieen taken
towturea subscription anions print
ers to erec t a neat little monument to
the honor of tiie late John Fleming,
" ho-'died at this place alxiut a year ago
This is nothing more than the cratt
should do. Uncle John was a man of
iiitt" rity and an honor to the Iraterni
i v and lin- the pioneer printer on
the Northwestern coast, it is )u to him
from printers of this a,,
State- and Territories. ItAv UlUiwt out
liVtle f o in ea-h printer and we know
t it th ir HK-mUt.v will promptly re
' t is worthy o ' ect. Let us
aUv ntheV, wl Ue the old
riari-h rests from his tods. At pres
ent there is nothing to designate his
rest in" place. It is projxsed nottocall
oil allV I'Ul iiouei.s i r. inn i....
this fund, hut such old friendsot I ncle
J., ha who may iVel it a privilege to
i-iv to this object, can do so. and the
fainc will he duly acknowledged.
P.Ar.uor's M voazink koii Avui st.
The August number of IJallou's Mao
a.ink contains, anions other (rood
tilings, a most wonderful story of Arc
tie aoventure, written by an old whale
man who passt-d a winter among tiie
i.-e and snow, frozen in for nine months.
It is a thrilliic.: story of peril and ex
citement, and ouite seasonable fit thi.s
time, alter reading of Captain Hail's
death, and the escape of .some of his
-rew. It is heai) but real gooO,
mill one hundred pages of reading mat
ter are supplied f r fifteen cents, or
fl.V) per vear, and a pretty little C'lno
jno as a premium. All tiie back num
bers from the nr.st of J-anuary supplied
by the I'uhlisli rs, TiiomksA Tai.iiot,
broinijcbl Street, ISostoti, and for
s:df at all the periodical deite.s in the
country and Canada.
Com m knckii. A portion of the ma
chinery in the woolen factory has been
put to work. It will probably be two
weeks yet before all the machinery
will be" up an t work commenced in
earnest. it is the intention of the
'oiii-emy U nork day and niglitw itli
what machinery is ready for service,
thus gain all the time possible. Tne
number of h in Js th it will be required
wiun the factory is in fid I operation
we arc informed, will le about one
hundred and ii .'ly. We also learn that
it is the intention of the Company to
t'luplov all the white labor they can
get, and if suliieifiit have no Ghina
liieii on the premises. We hope th"
Company may carry out thi.s good in-
CiiM KitT. The Promenade Conceit
jxiven by the brass Hand last Wednes
day veiling was jf most magiiilicent
Mi'vi'ss both :;s to music and attend
iiu.v. The 'ol.rt House was crowded
witU tiie lashi n and I runty of our
place, and after the hand had discours
ed souciic.iutiful pieces in a most mas
teily Myle, under the leadership of
J'rof. bray, iee cream was served,
iiiHi w as some of l.ouis Saal's best.
-At aix!;t 1 o'clock those who desired,
"were r-iven an opportunity to
enjoy "tlieiiisi es in dancingr We
b-irn tiie receipts were quite liberal,
l we are assured That all who were
present bud a cry j .' asant time. Si-v-rr.d
visitors from Portland were in at
tcnd.i:ice. Visitoks. jj r. peter I'.arclay, and
wife, in nmjhMiy with ('apt. Whytc
and wife, of flic iSrKhb lark Forward;
0 Cjjif. Hiscoefc and wife of the I'.rilish
liAifv; ier:i:;e ; Capt. Noyex and wife.
f t h A merjea u liark Garioabli, e.ime
U to our ejty the iujtt r part of last
w eek on a vj.'t to view the scenery and
the opportunities . jjiiestnients.
These geritl m n ar- uk- vho repre
sent, :in Well as being WcuJtliV thelll
sel ves," larire f.reign capit-ii. and it is
to be Sloped that their impressions may
! such as to induct' them to u.'vest in
tii-O developments of our gnat water
Co.mk Ox. The Oregonian intimates
th it there are nine jo ints in Portland
who can Ix-at a lir.t nine at this place.
We would most respectfully suggest
that there are alout that number of
"prints" here, and if the Oregonian
luis its nine ready, any time wiliiin 4S
ClV'tir.s after the appearance of this no-
our boys will Ikmii Iciml, m t!io
oi me v. i.icKamas jim,' jaii
Dr. llostetter.of the firm of I lostetter
V Smith, win): have shown their usual
good s use by Iwing constant ad vertis-
rsin the V.s t kiiimusk, recent lv ollVred
3-j-.,o.ihk for the Allegheny lU Gas
Works. When asked hv tiie President
f til.- Councils o! t ii.it cit v, if he eoubl
piv for tuciii, tie curtly replied, "i ll
attend to that."
QCKTioN. Will the City Council in
form the tax-payers how they came to
let the contract to furnish the hose to
one of its own memUrs? Did thev
giv. any public notice that thev would
b t tin
contract to the lowest bidder?
i pic.sti.-u the tax-pay t is are
-Dr. Cardwell. dentist, of
Portland, and an old citizen of Oregon,
accompanied by his wife, paid our city
a visit last Wednesday and remained
until Thursday morning. Mr. lh'ves
'f Oh-inpiu, was ilso i,i town during
No CHIN Mi:N.-l?y reference to on r
advertising colun ns it will U seen that
been De Louey, ,f the Uirnum Restau
rant, gives notice that he does not em
ploy any Chinamen ahxit Ids estal
lisiinient. This is a good example for
others to fdlow.
In Town. Our young friend. Eugene
Protzman w;ls in townlast WMnesdav.
He was up here looking after the inh'r-
stst of the shoe trade praUibJv. We
Uon t know. Was you, Eugene?
I.KcTOtK.-Mr. P. F. Underwood,
the celebrated Free Thinker of Poston',
is announced to lecture in this city on
next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
PKosrKCTor.s. Dr. WelchT Henry
Meldrum and Dave Cauiield projse
taking a jrs acting tour in theCas-
eade Mountains shortly. They expect
'-to te gone aliout a month.
si. The many friemls of Capt.
s m Holmes will be pained to learn
t!at ids little infant daughter lived but
a few days.
Pkbciliuxo. Work has been eom
"lenced on the steamer Alice, and it is
lected to have Ler read v for the fall
11 Mketino- everybody reiiu niler
5 in6 ;V,,ai"'e lnwS tomorrow eveii
'"g at the Court House.
is . ,: .
I.KAVE3 Us.-Jennings McCarver,
County Treasurer, and an old resident
of this" place, having been here.for over
"H vears, proposes to remove to Tacoina
in'a few days, where his father has
lar'e landed interests and whose busi
ness he goes to attend to. Mr. McCar
ver has held several county positions
in Clackamas, which he discharged
faithfully and with honor and credit
to himself, is well known to our people,
and he will lear with him their best
wishes for future success and prosperity.
Buildings. Not withstanding the cry
of hard times this .summer, there is as
much building going on in thi.s place
as there has for many vears past, if not
more. Messrs. C. W? Pojie A Co. are
preparing to erect a fine brick store;
Mrs. M. M. Charnian is erecting a line
residence, and a new store buildinir
has been erected by Mr. S. J. MeDoii-
Warm Vkatiier. The weather has
been delightful during the nast week
for the fanners, and all that is neees- 1
sary is, that it continue so for a few
weeks, anil Oregon will show to the
world that she can produce larger
crops than any part of the world.
Xii5F.ua:.. Messrs. Williams Har
ding presented to the Brass F.a ml on
the occasion of their Concert a beauti
ful prize cake, containing a gold ring.
The boys realized Fifteen dollars from
the sale of it, and Mr. Volney Moss
got the ring.
Gone to Tacoma. Messrs. I. N.
Iiradish and Ij. Iiller left here yester
day on a tour of inspection to Tacoma,
the railroad terminus. They will see
whether they ran find anything wor
thy of their attention.
UiioKE II Kit A km .The little daugh
ter of Dr. Roberts, residing on the bluff,
fell and broke her arm this week. Dr.
Xorris was culled and set the broken
limb and the little sufferer is doing as
well as could be expected.
School. Prof. S. I). Pope opened his
Grammar School last Monday under
most favorable circumstances. There
were in attendance over twenty-five
scholars and a prospect of a materi
Kir.Moii. Rumor has it that one of
our Ciircst daughters is soon to le
taken from us by a foreigner from
Washington Territory. Our young
men must have been sleeping on their
Turn Vkhikns. We are Informed that
a Turn Verien society has been organized
in this city, but have not been able to find
out who is at. the hnl of it. Cimiic, p'n
Uemen, don't keep it so quiet. We want
some of it.
Hetcrxei). Anions tin passonsr?
which arrived at Portland this week, from
thf Esist, we notice the name of .1. II.
Lambert, of Milvaukir, who has just re
turned from a visit to the Stat' S.
County Kxiiiv.it. The County ex
hibit will Ik- found in this issue in de
tail. We shall comment upon it and
the financial condition ofour coun
ty in our next issue.
The Governor G rover still makes
regular trips as far as Albany, and it is
expected that she will be able to do so
during the entire summer.
Iielinquf-nt subscribers should not permit
th'-ir daughters to wear this paper for a
bustle ther- b'-ing so much the; on it,
fliers is dang r of catching cold.
Thanks. We are under ol ligations
to Mr. Louis Sial for a fine bowl of
ice cream which w as very good this hot
Jlz-;r.i.i:i-s. Pleaching in the M. K.
Church of this ple.ee Sabbath (liTth
inst.) morning and evening by Rev.
Cam.. Mr. Edward Kol-rtsoii will have
to call at t his ofliee befor': we can comply
with his not of (he llthinst.
Ho n n In this city, July lilth, to the
wife of Mr. Ruiicn Smith a son.
IIoav the People are Robbed.
A Washington dispatch says that
the. Treasury JVjJartment has pre
pared a detailed statement, showing
the final settlement of paymaster
Hodge's defalcation. After deduct
ing what was realized from the sale of
his property, there remains as a total
loss to the Government, 81b'J,06'.
The bonds which were given by
Hodge at different times, were four
in number, for S20,b00 each; but one
of them does not cover the period of
defalcation, and it is not expected
that the Government will be able to
recover anything on any of the bonds
it holds. It now comes out that
after the indictment of Polomus and
Jackson, New York brokers for
Hodge, had been drawn, that firm
j wrote, saying that they were ready to
compromise. No further steps, how
j ever, were taken, either in the way
ot prosecution, or to enforce a com
promise, jind shortly afterward an
order was given to dismiss the case.
John Bingham's appointmt nt as
minister to Japan is not received with
much favor by the Piepubliean papers
of Ohio. He is not only a high sal
ary 31. C, but a Credit Mobiilerite
and a wiley old fox of tiie Judiciary
Committee. He lias the reputation
suppressing many wholesome meas
ures in his committee, not very cred
itable to the integrity of a fair min
ded man. It would be about as well
to shelve men of his style, if reforms
are to be the order of the party; that
is what the people of his district
tuouh when they refused to re-elect
him to Congress, and tliev are not
pleased to see him picked hp for an
important position, after losing the
confidence of his constitiients and
the people generally. Other men,
lerhap.s not as sharp lawyers as
Innghain, are quite as .safe to be
trusted in high places.
Getting Tiked. The Springfield
n'jiU;ean says that there will be a
Democratic party in this country
presently, a party founding itself up
on equal rights and local self-govern-nienf,
a party legitimately i
' and cherishing all that is vital and
permanent in the Jeffersonian tra
ditions,, is bevond a doubt. To which
the Cooperstown Journal adds: And
that party, with good Dominations
will again come into power. Ihe
people are getting tired of the expen
sive administration of Graot & Co.
During the war and since its close
it appears the American people have
gone into uebt deeper and deeper,
not apparently realizing the fact that
pay day must come sooner or later,
and that the consumers and produc
ers are paying heavy interest on these
debts to rich lords. This system of ex
travagance is particularly noticeable
in large Radical cities. ' The state
ment is made that the city of Phila
phia is in debt the sum of 858,000,
000. New York City, which was
heavily in debt when the lladieals
got into power through the stealings
of Tweed and his crowd of thieves,
now proposes to increase its actual
indebtedness, with bonds, from 110,-
000,000 to 450,000,000
of the matter is, that the American
people have become too extravagant
through the demoralizing influences
of of a circulating medium which in
reality has no value whatever, and
the officials have lost all idea of our
former simplicity and economy.
Extravagance and dishonesty are visi
ble at every hand, and unless the
people will take a step backward, the
people will ere long witness a nation
Not a Defaultli:. A "Washington
dispatch s-ays that the deficit of 21,
000 charged against Jacob Thomp
son, Secretary of the Interior under
Buchanan's administration, is ex
plained by the statement that that
amount of Indian trust bonds was
abstracted by one Goddard Bailey a
clerk in the Department of the In
terior. The deficit, though charged
to Thompson's account, is carried
from year to year in the accounts of
the Secretary of the Interior, With
this explanation Mr. Thompson might
be regarded as a defaulter, which
he is not.
"And so we go," says the Phil
adelphia Press, "from bad to worse.
Where are we likelv to halt?" And
in answer the Jouisville Loiouer
Junriial thus: We reallv don't like
to mention the place, but there can be
be no harm in saying that the cockney
spells it with a hitcth and a he and a
Official Virtue. The Albany
Anjus calls for a revival of oilieial
virtue. It says that in no other way
can the false be weeded out from the
true, and the latter only hold tin
plarxs in public esteem to which they
ltAPiCAL Anxiety. It is amusing
remarks the Lawrence Kansas, &ttt,i(l
ard, to witness the anxiety which
Hadical politicians manifest to be
come farmers. Some of them go so
far as to put hayseed in their hair,
wear plow shoes, and halfsole the
seats of their pantaloons with striped
jeans. Strategy, my boy, strategy
The Career of a Great Hceicdy.
Twenty summers have elapsed since
it w as briefly announced I hat a new
vegetable tonic and alternative, bear-
j ing the name of 1 1 ostetter's Stomach
Hitters, 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 been used with great
success in private practice as a cure for
dyspepsia, bilious complaints, consti
pation and intermittent fever. It was
soon discovered that the article pos
sessed extraordinary properties. The
People, of every class, tested its merits
as a tonic, stimulant, corrective and
restorative, and found that its ell'ects
more than fulfilled their hopes and ex-
iK-ctations. I- nun that tune to the
present its course has been upward
and onward, and it stands to-day at
the head of all medicines of this class
American or imported, in the inagiii
tude of its sales and its reported repu
tation as a sa te, agrccaMe and potent
invigorant and restorative. For lan
guor and debility, lack of apnetiu
and gastric disturbances so common
during the summer months it is al-
solutely infallible. Indigestion, bil
ious disorders, constipation, nervous
ness, period ieal fevers, ami all the or
dinary complaint;, generated liv
vitiated and humid atmosphere, van
ish under its renovating and regulating
influence. Ibis is its rei-ord, avouched
by volumes of intelligent testimony.
extending over a period of a fi ft 1 1 cen
tury, and comprehending the names
of thousands of wcll-knwon citizens
belotiging to everv ( lass and calling.
In Europe it is thought a great tiling to
obtain the patronage of royalty for a
" patent medicine," but H ostetter's
Hitters has been spontaneously approv
ed by millions of independent sover-
i . . .: ..-.:-. , i . , :
eigns, aim lis paieni cimimsis in iu
If ynti liuve a rough or cold, you are
carrying with you the secrs of cviixuntrjton
It should lx' cured at once. Thousands
have alreadv saved themselves with Wis-
TAK'S lULSAM OF WILD ClIKKRV, which
has cured the dist'ase in every stage.
1 h" relaxing power of Johnson' Anrhni
IAitimrnt is truly wonderful. Cases are al
ready numerous wnere bent and stiffened
litnds have been limbered and straightened
by it. When used for this purK.s-, th" part
should b washed and rubbed thoroughly.
Apply the liniment cold, and rub it in with
A crowd of "Horse Men," and others
daily throng the stores in country and
town for Slierititin'x Carttlrjt Coiulition
Jinirrrx. They understand that horses
can not be kept in Kod condition without
them, and with them can be kept on a
much less quantity of gram.
LE0X DeLOUEY, Proprietor.
(bate of the Cliff House.)
MAIX STRKKT, ORXGOX CITY, OCA.
THF. I NDEIwSItiKL)
respectfully announ- 3
cesto his friends the
X r m v eli ng Public,
thxit he has re-opened the above named
.0 Cai.SE fOOKS EMPLOYED!
The Proprietor knows how to serve his
j "ter F'
A Goo$l Cup of Cofff,
Or a. Good Square Meal.
Orison City. March Cs, lS73-tf.
For the very best photographs, go to Brad
ley & Rulolson's Galery without STAIRS
Ascend In the Elevator, 429 Montgomery
Street, San Francisco, California.
Professional and Amateur Musicians
should examine the combination Solo
Stops found only iu GEO. WOODS . CO"S
THE.EOLINE. A most delicate, soft or
lilt; vox nu.MA.NA. A baritone solo.
not a fan or tremolo.
THE PIANO. A beautifully toned piano.
which will never require tuning. See ad-
vertisment in anothercolumn. I mn!3ni3
We can confidentially recommend the
Pain-Killer. Toronto Iiapti.it.
It is the most effectual remedy we know
of for Aches, l'ains, flesh wounds, ic.-i'(.
Johns Xews, J Q.
We advise that every family should have
so effectual and speedy a I'ain-ICiller.
Amherst X. . Gazette.
Our own experience Is that a bottle of
Pain-Killer is the best Physician atraveler
can have. Hamilton Spectator,
For both internal and external applica
tion have found it of great value. Chris,
A medicine no family should be without.
Could hardly keep house without it. Ed.
Should be kept in every house, in read
iness for sudden attacks of sickness.
No article ever obtained such unbound
ed iKjpularity. Oulem Observer.
One of the most reliable specifics of t he
age. Old Xorth Htute.
Its jmwer is wonderful and unequalled in
relieyi"g the most severe pain. Jluriiny
An indispensable article in the medicine
chest. A', i", Examiner,
It will recommend itself to all who use
it. Georgia Enterprise.
It is extensively used and songht after as
a really uselul medicine. Journal, St.
John, A", if.
No medicine has acquired such a repu
tation; it has real merit. AVcjxrt Daily
One of the m'-st useful medicines : have
used it and dispensed it lor the pasttwenl y
years. Jiei: W'm. Ward, Assam.
The most valuable medicine now in use.
It is really a valuable medicine, and
used by many physicians. Jlostoa Trav
eler. We always keep it where we can put our
hands on it m the dark, ll need be. JCev.
C. Jlibburd, Eurmah..
One of the few articles that are just where
they pretend to be. Brunswick Telegraph.
In my mountain travels no medicine is
of so universal application as Pain-Killer.
Eev. J. II. Bixiiy, Hannah.
PERRY DAVIS & SON,
MASK'S AND l'ROP'S,
1315 1 1 Kill ST., PRO VII tENCE, R. I.
Ill SYCAMORE ST., CINCINNATI, O.
377 ST. 1 'A U L ST., I O N TR E A L, C A N A I A .
17 SO UT H A M PTO N , RO W, LO N I )( ) N . E X O
LAXB KOIl SALE!
OOA ACRES OP hNU FOR SALE AT
J V7 $1.50 per acre.
For part iculars inquire of It. IRVIX.
Needy, Clackamas county, Oregon.
XOTIt'E TO TEACHERS!
YOTKT IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
plicat ioiis lor the position of Female
Teacher) iai.iie Prima vy Department of the
Oregon Cii.v Sfinmruy io,-i he ensuing year
will ije received by i lie -t.y Council until
the eve iii n; of the ii of August, next.
F. O. JlcCiiW.N', Mayor.
At i est : W M. P. LUH.NS, Recorder.
July 11th, lS7o. 3w.
Oregon City Grammar School!
nnilE A ROVE SCHOOL WILL REOPEX
E I'd mi Moiulay, the 21st inst., tor the
reception of pupils in either the
PEIMARY OR ADVANCED GRADES.
The course of study will embrace those
branches generally comprised in a thor
ough English, Classical, .Mathematical or
For particulars inquire of
S. U. POPE, Principal.
Oregon City, July 11th, 1S7.5-H.
1,00 c fljiEFR TkTns
V A 1ST T K 13,
VLL OTHER KIXUS OF HIDES, FOR
which 1 will pay the hi-rhes market
price in casii Uriiif? on your hides and g'et
your coin lor them.
JOHN SCH RAM,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, O. e-oii, July 11, ls73-m;l.
AJOTICE IS HERERY (ilVEN THAT
the undi-rsi;4'iie) has been apoiiited
executor of the i-siao1 of Isaac t;apps, de
ceased ; all persons haviii;r claims against
the said e.slate, ! i e hereby reipiired
to present them to me at the ofiice of
Johnson it Mct'osvn in Oregon City with
proper vouchers within six months" from
date of this notice.
Dated July Mh, 1S7-1.
S. U CAMPBELI,, Executor.
IX TnK MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSE
l'lIlNE MAOOXK, DECEASED.
"V"OTICE IS HERERY iIVEN THAT
jj th- iiiKli-rsined has been appointed
by tiie County Court ol Clackamas county,
Oregon, executor of the estate ot
Josephine Mairone, deceased : all persons
indented to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment; all persons
having claims against the same are re
quired to present them with the necessary
vouchers within six months lrom the date
of this notice, to ine at the oil ice of L. T.
Rarin, Oregon City, Oregon.
J, D. TOMPKINS,
L. T. RARIX,
Attorney for Executor.
Clackamas county, July 11, 1S7;1.
AD.MIXISTK TOKS NOTICE.
IN TIIE MATTER OK THE ESTATE OF FORBES
Y"()TICE IS HEREI5Y GIVEN THAT
the undersigned ha vebeen appointed
by the County Court of 'lackamas county,
administrators ol the estate of Forbes l!ar
elay, deceased; all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment ; all persons having claims
against the same are required to present
them Willi the necessary vouchers within
six months lrom the date of this notice to us
at. the office of Messrs. Johnson & McCown,
Oregon City, Oregon.
JOHN Met RAKEN.
JOHNSON & McCOWN.
Att'vs. lor Adm'rs
Mice of i;iiial Scttlrinrnt.
In the County Court of Clackamas county,
IN THE MATTER OF TIIE ESTATE OF J. G.
V1" W. Rl'iK, ADAIINISTUATOU OF
the above entitled estate, having
filed linat report and vouchers with prayer
for final settlement, it was ordered by the
ourt that Monday, the 4th day of August,
be set tor the hearing of said report, at
which time all persons interested can ap
l ar and file their objections, If any they
have, to said final settlement.
J. K. WAIT, county Judge.
Johnson a Mc own.
Attorneys for Administrator.
July 11th, 187S.
LOUIS SAIL, : T": PROPRIETOR.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY AX
nounce to the citizens of Oregon City
and vicinity, that I have opened an
ICE-CREAM and CONFECTIONERY
establishment in the buildin
occupied by L. liiller, on the
Corner of Fourth and Main Streets.
The Artie Soda Fountain will be in
operation to supply the demands of the
thirsty. I inaniuacture all my own stock,
consequently they are Pure and Fresh. A
share of public patronage is respectfully so
licited. Oregon Citr, S?ptemter fth, 1872-tf.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
COUNTY FINANCIAL EXHIBIT.
To thk Hon.
COCNTY COTTRT OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY, STATE OF OREGON .
I herewith hand you the report of the Treasuro of this county for the
To coin on hand last report, 1872,...
to currency on hand last report, 1,
To State Warrant on hand last report, 1872
To ferry licenses received during the year
To letcal tenders sold for coin
lo trial fees received iu coin
To interest and principal on city warrants sold-.- ,
To land redeemed
To ain't received of Garrett on taxes
To iState warrant, indigent fund
To bonds forfeited, State vs. Lee,.. . ....
To interest on estate warrant..
To coin per Sheriff taxes .
To sale of effects of Hugh Kearns
To back xay of labor killed on O. C. i R. R -
To currency, State vs. Gordon
To county orders of Garrett, taxes -
To Marion county warrant
To county orders, Sheriff taxes,
COUNTY FUND ACCOUNT.
Ry lcjral tenders sold
P.y county warrants redeemed
Ry interest paid on same
liy city warrants sold
Py clerks vouchers tor cancelled orders
Ry coin carried to State tax
Ry coin refunded to school lund
Py State warrant on hand
Ry coin on hand to ua 11a nee
Ry currency on hand to ballance
Marion county warrant on hand
COUNTY SCHOOL. FUND ACCOUNT
Coin on hand last report, 1S72
Currency on hand last n jiort, 1M72,
Currency received as fines, 1872
Coin received as fines, 1.S72,
" ' for saloon license
" for est rays sold
' of Hedges, taxes ivr school purposes
" jiaid back from county fund
" received from irreducible school fund
Currency received from irreducible school fund
Ry amount paid on School Superintendent's orders
Ly amount on hand to balance
STATE KI NO ACCOUNT.
To amount received of Garrett, State poll tax, 1S72
To " transferred from county lund acc't to State tax"""
To State warant and interest transterred from co. ' " '
To balance State tax received from Sheriff
Total State tax
Ry State Treasurer's voucher in full for 1872..
Oregon City, July 8th. 1S73.
Expanse of Circuit Court
" " county '
Miscellaneous, stationery, wood, etc.,
Rrides, lumber for road districts, and repairing of bridges
Drawing jury for Justice Peace court
Criminal cases in Justice Peace court
( Collect ion of taxes, including stationery, copies of assessment roll,
Paupers, Insane, etc
Roard of prisoners, repair of jail, etc
County Sale ,
Election, including lasting notices, notices on Judges, poll books,
return of poll books, per diem of judges and clerks
Roads, ext ra pay of supervisees
District Attorney's lees
'ounty Commissioners :
Rent of Court House, Clerk's ofiice .salaries of. County Judge, Treas
urer and School Superintendent
Total amount for which orders were drawn
Amount for which orders have been drawn
Amounsol outstanding orders report last year $ 3,20156
Actual amount of outstanding orders at last report, as shown by
Ry amount, of cancelled and redeemed orders
Ry amount of outstanding orders to date
Outstanding orders to date
Claim against Marion county
Certificates of unredeemed lands bought tor delinquent tax...
State warrant on hand
Coin in treasury, countv fund
Currency in the treasury, county fund
Three torfeited road bonds
Jtulirment in State case
Judgment against D. R. Hannah
Indebtedness over and above assets
Received from all sources
Ry amount paid State tax
Ry " " H)U
Ry " " on school Superintendent's orders, coin
I! " - currency.
Ry amount school fund on hand, coin,
Ry " " " " " currency
Ry " cancelled and redemed county orders
P.y am't interest paid on " "
Rv am't county fund on hand, coin
Ry " " ' " currency
Ry Marion county script on hand
Ly State warrant on hand s
County indebtedness over above asse ts at last exhibit, to-wit, June
tin h, 1X72
Amounts paid off since, and contracted tor before June 30,lS72,to-wit :
Good Bridge, repair of
Wright's bridge, repair of '. :
Joslyn bridge, dismantling ol...
CHAS. EE. C.A.UFEELD,
CORXER OF SEVEXTir A XI) JIAIX STREETS, OREGOX CITY.
Has Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Iiining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents
llose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Riblons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, &c.
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys,
Wliit-h have le? selected ivitli special care for this market and cannot
HE SVIIP.VSSED IX QCALITY Oil PRICE.
TIIK HKIIICST MARKET Pit ICC PAID K)It COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, 1673 :tf
HEW STORE! NEW GOODS! NEW FIRM!
Have Just opened, in
Slar.sliall's jNTew I3uildintr, Oregon City,
niHE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOTHING AND DRY-GOODS.
X Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gentlemen's Furuishing Goods, Hoseries, No
tions, cutlery, ija;-Kei imu au; a . aim, wiurin s uhu i luviftions, anu a
GEXEItAL ASSORTMENT OF OTHER GOODS,
Too numerous to describe, which we propose
Mil. L. LEVY, being a Practical Jeweler of long experience, we will also deal In
and manufacture and repair Jewelry. V e guarantee all our goods and work ornouav
Give us a call and examine our goods, and save twenty per cent. '
Keoonrl iloor north of the
Dr. J. S. Coleman's Com
iu i n in.-,., u..u.M. ..,i.,u.. ,.,(, n wit- miuauie meaicai quaities of thp FiiMlvntns
whih s en t. vated in near v everv California o-oi,. r V, " . . V.11 .ucaij plus.
come the household remedy for all disease,
jTENnyOHGANS and thei; surToundVnTnd
nn.I lialsamie nrom-rties more etr.'ptnaliv t h-.n i "B "'i-' ran e, neaiiuj,
SI A, EE LC EE 11 UCa'Cic.
This preparation is the result of Dr.
orties of the tree in the L. . S. Msnn
he had unusual facilities for testin
its uses, it can be relied upon as certain to give he prTrnised results' and hu
testimonials of its efficacy can be seen at his office. 4t,Xarnev steet '"an F
COLEAMX'S DOUBLE EXTRACT OE JtUC'Ar.Vm-S'E'JJSZ?' fcaQ .
ertul, yet harmless, febrifuge, and is a
treatment of the malarious fevers of our
iZV?JZ.r """i?.9? h V AX D AGUE treated wit h it accord-
ii.fi i..uu-vL.uy, '"Vie oaneiui results of the usual Quinine and
arsenical remedie for those diseases are entirely avoided.
, ' " voieinan s e iuia extract or Eucalyptus In I-IB -
F 3 H fk Fl B T PS K
t W9 C9
.$12,532 90 $14,037 51 $-575 53
$ 292 00
..f 11.800 99 $3.382 20 $10,655 31 $575 53
,.$6,835 06 $1,269 28
.$ 522 00
. 9,019 00
. 2,063 66
T. J. McCARVER, Treasurer.
$ 2,895 R5
f 23,099 38
. 12.36 91
.$ 731 91
. 1,371 65
.. $3,597 47
$ 857 48
Attest: R, E. CAUFJELD, County Clerk.
to sell at the Lowest Povsible Rates, for
Post office, Main street, Oregon City.
Tof The KID WHYS EEAnnRT'rX'
G EREGXACY. D YSEE1
special preparation for the
interior vallevs and H war-
none DUt toieman's. ror j
. Coleman's experiments with h mciHoinni nmn.
e Hospital in San Francisco, in 171 and 1H2, where
gthe vanmn m-. l-.if : . i
leuv , miiu
for the Precinct of Ortv
STATE OF OREGOX.
County of Clackamas. J
Henry Humbel. PUT., 1 Civil action
G. LVngorn. Deft.. J Money.
To G. Lingorn, the above named defend
IN THE name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear before the
undersigned, a Justice of the Peace lor the
Precinct aforesaid, on the 15th day of Au
gust, 1S73, at ten o'clock In the rorenoon of
said day, at the office of said Justice.in said
Precinct, to answer the above named Plain
tiff in a civil action.
The Defendant will take notice, that if
he tails to answer the complaint herein,
the Plaintiff will take judgment against
him lor the sum of one hundred and tifty
nine dollars and ninety-seven cents ($ldtf.97)
and for costs and disbursements of thla
tiiven under my hand this 3d dav of July.
V. p. BURNS.
Justice of the Peace.
JOHNSON A McCOWN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Iw.
IX THE MATTER OF TH K ESTATE OF ANDREV
SfKOULS, SR.. DEfiZD!
OTICE IS IIEKEBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of Clackamas county,
Oregon, executor of the estate of An
drew Sprotils, Sr., deceased : all persons
indebted to said estate are requestecPto
make immediate payment; ail persons
having claimsagainst the same are requir
ed to present them with the necessary
vouchers within six months from the date
of thi.s notice, to me at the office of L. T,
Bann, Oregon CHy, Oregon.
L. T. BARIN..
Attorney for Executor.
Clackamas coanty, July 11, lsi3.
IX THE MATTER OF ESTATE OF J.D.ROB-
-V"OTICE IS IIEKEBY GIVEN THAT I
i have been amwlnted administrator of
t he estate of J. D. llobbins.deceased ; there
tore all persons having claims against the
said estate will present them to meproper
ly verified at the office of Johnson fc Mc
Cown in Oregon City, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
N. N. KOLB1NS, Adm'r.
Johnson i- McCown,
Attorneys lor Administrator,
Oregon City, Juty 11th, 1ST3.
-TTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
virtue of a certain decree and execu
tion issued out of the Circuit Court of the
State ol Oregon for the county of Clacka
mas, to me directed in pursuance ol a cer
tain decree and judgment entered in said
Court on the 2tth day of May, A. D., 1J,
to enforce certain mechanics' liens ana
other liens in said decree mentioned and
described.against Win. N.Holmes, S.J.Hen
sley and S. D. Holmes, doing business un
der the firm name of Holmes, Hensltsy fc
Holmes, and against Win. N. Holmesand
S. 1. Holmes individually, and in favor of
K. F. Cauiield, John Hutton.Mat hew Kich
ardson, William Mullins and C. H. Fair
childs, uixn mechanics' lien judgments aa-N
aforesaid, for the sum of tilO.tu. dollars,
wit h costs and accruing costs together with
interest from the date of 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 by D. B. Hannah in the
land hereinafter described, and rendering
judgment in favor of said D. H. Hannah,
and against Win. N. Holmes, for the sum
of l,ti!i2.5l, dollars, gold coin, with interest
at the rate of one per cent, per month from
date of judgment together with costs and
Now, to satisfy said execution and the
mechanics' lien judgment in execution
first recited, I have leviedruion a certain
saw mill (in said judgment and decree
mentioned and described) together with
its machinery .fixtures and appurtenances,
together with one-half acre of land on
which saitrsaw mill is erected and situated ;
said half acre of land being described' as
lot lows :
The saw mill being the centre and the
land to be a parallelogram of four equal
sides of sufficient length to include one
halt acre of land, the centre of which shall
be the exact center of paid saw mill ; said
land being a portion of the northeast of
section l.'J, in township 3 south, range 2
east, of Willamette meridian, in Clacka
mas county. State of Oregon; and to fur
ther sat isl'y said execution, and said last
mentioned judgment and decree in favor
of 1). 14. Hannah, I have levied upon Us
remainder of said northeast hi of said sec
tion 1.1, in township 3 south, range 2 east :
and also the east of the northwest cr
said section 1.1; and on
Saturday, the 2d Day of Aug&st, A. D., 1873,
at the Court House door in Oregon City,
Clackamas county, Oregon, at the hour of
one o'clock, p. m., I will sell all the above
described property at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, psiid to me. to sat
isfv said execution, costs and accruing
cost s. A. F. 11KHI F.s, Sheriff.
By HENKY HEDUES.Deputy.
July 3d, 1X73. wl. O
riHE ROOM FORMERLY OCCUPIED
I as the Council Chamber, in Dr. Tlies
sing's brick building. Apply at this office.
J. T. APPERSON,
OFFICE IN POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
Le jf 1 Tenders, Clackamas County Or
der, and Oregon City Orders
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Loans negotiated. Collections attended
to, and a General Brokeage business carried
GEO. WOODS & CO S
The most remarkable Instrument ever per fected
: capable of the most beautiful mus
ical effects, and in the most elegant cases.-.
All Loveir of Music
should see them, and hear their
COMBINATION SOLO STOPS.
Wm. O. BADG-E R,.
Of 7tli Saimome St., Man Francisco,
has them. junel.3m3.
"VITOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T T the citizens of Oregon City and vicin
ity that he is prepared to furnis'h
Fir, (Spruce and Cedar
of every description.
Dry Flooring, Ceiling.Spruce (for Shelving)
Lattice, Pickets, Fence Posts
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk Lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as low rates as
can be purchased elsewhere in the State,
Give me a call, at the
OKEUOV CITY, SAW MIIJ.
March 21. ;873-tf.
A Beautiful Farm For Sale !
540 CRES OPEN TILLABLE LAND,
Iirge Orchrd, Splendid Spring, and
Good House with in three miles of Aurora,
at less than
R4 PER ACRE!
This offer is only good for twenty days.
Enquire at the Enterprise office.
Oregon City, June 6. 1873. tL
STILL IN TIIE FIELD!
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
citv. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest casb
price paid for country produce.
Oregon City, March 2Z, 1S73.