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I Organized. Mountain View Grange
' Lower Molalla precinct, was organized
1 i on the 3lst ult., ana electea me ioiio-
O.iiiiJ.l til 'MntuU., APKIL $, 174. ine officer for the present term: Isaac
' ' (,'lowstr, M; Robert Irvm, O; A Car-
Parker, S; Wm Irvm, A S; .folk.
Griuble, C;John Wiserman, Or; Mrs
Ann (Jribble, T; Mrs Caroline Oilield,
LAS; M iss Sarah Gribble, C; Miss
Aniendia, P; Miss Lizzie Oilield, F.
The Grange started with 30 members.
Thu Enterprise for tbe Campalffm.
Wo will furnish the Enterprise from
now untri the 13th of June next, for fifty
cents. Our friends In every part of the
HtatP. and especially in this county, are re
quested to make upclubs furthe eampaign.
Death of Chas. E. Warren. It is
with deep sorrow that wo announce
the death of" Chas. E.Warren, who died
at his residence in this city, last Satur
day evening, of sinall-pox. Mr. War
ren was the' eldest son of Hon. Henry
Warren, and a young man who had
lust entered into active life. lie was
admitted to the bar in 1170, and for the
ti nc h has been in practice, had gaiii
q 1 a high standing as an attorney. He
w ts a voting man of warm and gener
o is impulses, and won the esteem and
O iiiidt-nee of all who knew liiui. He
Wa inarriedmbout two years ago, and
now leaves a wife and infant daughter.
Toe aid deatli has casta gloom over
our entire citv, and deep and heartfelt
is the sorrow for the loss of one who
wnso beloved and respected. His
fmiiiv and relatives have the .sympa
thies "of our citizens, and they feel
deeply with them in their atlliction.
ris.'vhere we publish the proceedings
of the various organizations to which
Mr Warren belonged, and we can only
a 1.1 that the sorrow expressed by them
is universal among all oiircitizens. The
Borrow of the wife and relatives ot Mr.
Warren is indeed great, and few can
Imagine the pain it has caused them to
pass from day today, during his Ul
nes within a few feet of a loved hiw
bard and son, in the very agonies of
death, without even the poor privilege
of visiting him and administering to
hit wants. Thev have one consolation,
th.t all was done that could be to save
him and relieve his sutlerings. Hutu
f jv davs ago, Charles was aiuong us in
his usual h'.tppv spirit. Now he lies in
the citv of the" dead. And while we
full de'eplv the blow, let us trust that
h is in a better and happier land, and
that Ids spirit has found rest with the
Gier of all things.
Resolutions of Fall, Eucampmcnl.
At a special meeting of Falls En
campment, No. 4, I. O.D. P., held on
the.!i "1ttA',t!1U lns resolution"
Rep a i n i no .- Th e Steamer Maria
Wilkinson has been undergoing re
pairs at the machine-shops of Mr.
Moore. We are glad that steamboats
are compelled to come up from Port
land to this city to get their repairing
done. and we "are satisfied that Mr.
Moore is competent tngiveautisfaction.
Dissolution. The firm of A Levy A
Bros, has been dissolved, Mr. A. Levy
continuing; the business. He has a lot
of goods bought at panic prices, and
as lie is in a panic, for cash, will sell
them at very liltlo profit. Give him a
Personals. We had the pleasure
of meeting our old friend Hon. lien.
Hayden in town last Sunday. Mr.
Fred. Castleman also trave lis a call
last Tuesday. Fred savs that Yamhill
"Independents" are humbugs, as they
have nominated a straight Radical
Arrived. Mr. A. Noltner has re
ceived the appointment of Denutv
Grand Sire of the Grand Lodge of the
United States, I. O. O.F., accompanied
with the Charter for a Grand Lodge of
Hritish Columbia, which will shorlv
be instituted bv him.
J. W. Norris,
W ell A t r en i i : i . I r
tho physician who attemled
("has. K. Warren, deserves great cred
it for the able and diligent manner he
attended to him. Even at the risk of
h'n own lite, he was almost inconstant
attendance, and did all that human
ftkill could for him. Few men would
have risked so much. And while his
sUill could not avert the hand of death,
the friends and relations of the deceas
wdjMiiiiot fail to be grateful to him for
hiVexertions to overcome the fatal dis
.xe. The l.i-.-tor deserves the thanks
of our whole community for his faith
Editor En rimnusK . -Highland
O rove G range, Patrons of Husliandry,
Clackamas county, was organized on
th. ult. by e". Forbes, I. G. M.f
with "J charter members. The follow
ing is the list of oilieers elected for the
CMnuiug vear : 1J. Sti ilclin, M.; A. M.
HiiliLT.O :J. W. W.ickwell. L. ; '. T.
Hickman. S.'c'v.: .1. Fraer. S.;.I. ll.
Ticker, A. S.: G. W. Parish, C. ; Mrs.
Alia Sui-kliu. T. ; L. M itomi. G. : Mrs.
E.-Harrington. E. A. S.;M.-s. M. E.
II -.rriii-jton. C. ; Miss M . Taylor. P.;
Mis E. H irrington, F. Yours, etc..
J. W. Ul.ACKWKI.l..
III. We regret to state that Edward
Tilton has been ipi'de sick at the resi
dence of Win. Holmes, Escp, near this
city. He is improving, and we trust
w ill soon be able to be around again.
New Goods. Mr. I. Selling informs
us that he has just recived a large? stock
of Spring and" Summer Goods, winch
he w ill sell che
it ri:rt. -Tae U i -
'.unity l est Svtur-
f sllo-.vtng s.-vri.i.-es
v on t 'ie n rst M :i-
S -:id.or. J'-ier l'.i
ives. It. V. S:e:t. S.
i -, and .). ;. Fost.--r;
s m ; t'l-rii, J. M .
ounty Jiui.'''i - - . uniiiAii;
.nniis d .-uers. E. 1). '. Eitou-
LiMiis r )it Sr.
rl of 'lackain.is
d k selected th
f r the D r i -
d v in Jtiiie : For
u l -t -. It !- ent i
P. I.-.'. !!. W. is ik
S'i trill', -f . T. Ap;v
J- raz-r ; t
C m'.y Co
Mrs. K. P. Kelly would inform her lady
customers that in a few days she will re
ceive hf-r Ktimrnor stock, direct from San
l-'ranclsco, com r rising all the latest styles
of hats, bonnets. Ho .vers, ril!on;, c, when
sh- w 1!1 exhihit the larg"st and finest stock
of millinery e;MHis ever Lrouht to this
city, hII ot which will be sold at reasonable
Foster, one of the Radical can
didates for the Legislature from this
county, a carpet-bagger, is trying to
ride two horses. He yot the Radical
nomination, last Saturday, and last
Tuesday, he attended the Temper
ance Convention, at Portland, which
adopted the following- resolution:
l'esolved. That we recommend that
in all counties of this State mass tem
perance meetings be held at the comity
seats on Saturday, April 'J., to
nominate temperance men for county
and legislative ouices, and to elect def
egates'to a Slate ( 'oti i tition to he held
at Portland on Wednesday. May 0.
I s7 1 , to nominate State oliieers and a
Ho our carpet bag candidate is not
satisfied with one nomination, but
expects another, besides he thus
s himself to refuse the sup-
,'ular ticket. This fel-
, iiekeas, is has pleased Almio-htv
God, the Chief Patriarch of ula vJ.
verse, to remove from our midst Wr
lw. loved P:ttli:lreh !,... OUr
- x I . VV
therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the death of Chas
E. Warren our Encampm.-Ilt t,as 1. sr n"
true and faithful PatLrch ; his w te
and intant daughter an allWtioiuite
devoted and loving husl and and pro!
lector; ; and his aged father an olldi
ent, .lutitul and promising son andhis
relatives one whose ineniorv they
should ever cherish and esteem" for his
manv noble qualities of heart and
mind, and theeonimunity anener-eHc
talented, and enterprising citizen." "
ltesolved, I hat we most deepl v svm
patluzo witn his bereave.l aid" afflio
ed wire t il rditives. u t .r.
dispensation of Providence, and while
we shall ever miss him from the P .
triarchs here, we trust he h is f,,,. i
rest among the Patriarch ii tti J u
New Book. 'The Gilded Age,' Mark
Twain's last book, is the best, on the
whole, of all this humorist's efforts at
book-making. Te satire, throughout, is
verv good. The hits at ttie lollies or
the "time aro original and inimitable.
The book is sol J by subscription, and
cannot be procured ether wise. It is a
prodigious success, and its sales are
without precedent. Mr. D. Wright is
agent for this county for this popular
For Sale. We will sell either a Flo
rence or Grover tfc Haker Sewing Ma
chine at San Francisco orices. In order
tiiat those who desire a machine, and
are not able to pay the entire amount
imv be accommodated, we will sell
them on the installment plan, payable
so much per HDiitli until paid tor.
the better land.
Kesolved, I hat
galia be draped in mourniicr f ".
davs, and that the P.t, j ... p . ! ""V
usual badge of mourni,:" ' U Wcar
Resolved, That a -opy","f tl,0.so so
lutions be presented t0 t,u, .."1
parents of our d..ls,Vil
under the seal of thi- f .e-T , '
and the same be spread .f;'Iu"I-ieiit,
utes, and that a co'pv be TLi1.
0.-o.r.. I'itir I.' v- IHO
A. No I
itv i.'v-r..1.' mrnished the
''Al'I'KlNov e p
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
MR. I,. LEVY HAS THIS DAY WITII
dra.vn lrom the linn ot bevy Hros.
llvr-ai r.Mr. A. bevy will carr - on the
bushics: in his o vn namn. Coll-ciinn all
accounts du - th-: Hrui, and paying ail lia
bilities jontracteU by tho firm.
Oregon City, April 1st, 1S73. 4W.
MBR QUA .YD I SB.
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand una lioing
business on the old motto, that
BEST TOHiO III
A. Am6e Siz Ftnce is JJettei- than a Slow
AUCTIIOX AXD COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARLSCN,
Corrurr of Fiont & Oak ttn.,I'oiUlid
Estate, Groceries, General i:er
chanui&e anu llorsts.
SALE DAYS WeUnefOnv and Paturdej
A. 15. ltlt.HAKI.frOX,
I have Just returned from Sim Francisco,
where I purchased one ot the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
Enplish Refined Far nr.d Tund Irca
English Square m.d Ottagon Cast
Steel, Horse fc-liocs, l.s.s,
Saws.hcrews,! rv-l aus,
0 Sheet Iron ,K.
No, 3, I. O. of O
in tree;oii t'itv
Reo!ntlon of Oregon r y
:i a special met tmir (.fo,,,.,... t
1 ' ";,iu uvuvu ,
1 held at their hall
the f,,M,, .1..
Hons were uii.mumi()Iv.i.. r "-.ji.i-WiTi'oct
r. i "usl adopted:
Ruler of a I th'n l!' 1',1;ls"1 the 5rt
i,..1 i f.: mS.UV. n-MMr upon us the
V A, ; Vi.."" "J t;'!n- away the
"AY : . "i "rouier
i nicer oi mis ijIMpre
ren ; therefore, luif
ivesoivea, ist rn..,
Charles E. War-
l.s.. . '"-n e reeomze in
r A,, . Ve U,e '""-e' taintv of hu-
i 1 ,V Ul l""iblv bow to Him
whose attribute are love and mcrev.
xve have 1 , t t,ui Li(:;lth of 15ro- barren
LVr i :,n "flivo, generous, oj.en-
'k;1?'.1, ""''""'r. and that we will
rood deeds J
lit l relativesot our
in this sad bei eave-
and commend his
vt-. jl.-n.-.l,' t... .... t . :a.
1 1... m : . ' i 'i I : I ' r.ll 111 Ae w ll-ll
i-miitted ( the wi.low.
a copv of Hies.; resolutions
f.it!i.,i. -r . ... .j .... i
UII(1C ,.r n-.. t i . .
"tl 1 l'e J.o .;e.
Toat our Lode !e draped in
moil-,.;,,. ., ., .1....
iiiiii ..11.1 Lll.i L 1 1 IV- 111' . 11'. 1 lill
i-Msimii-irv ha il-.ro tor tliirtv iiays.
1". O. McCOWN, Chr'm. of Com.
jiort of the
low, for a c
rpet-batr.-rer, is becoming
I. itiirus: Assessor, tl. K-wt
S-h l S l TiMt-od -ot. S. D.
'.rouu-, 1.-. f. W. N'riis ; 'ouiity
Vfnr, S. I.. Campbell.
i e ;
The following is a
is remaining; in the
-on City, April 3d,
Fr.t of til.
1 Hreil m -r. UII Pill, .IS Jordeu,
Too Is averin-f. .loiui M uddintr, Mrs.
.Sierra N -vad i M idded; IS Moore, W
i M.ieueer. Win S i in. Heo C Thayer.
f edle i
or, pb.-i-e.' sav w!i.mi "
J. M. lUt oN, 1J
CoNl'IUMVlloN.-Ut. Ilev. Hishop
Morri- last Sunday inornin; confirmed
m clast if ten persons at the Koiscopal
i'hurch in this citv.and one sh k per
Ki.ii at his residence, making in all
fleven. lie held also three services
that dav. whi.-h mi-lit be termed a
j.ood davs' work. The Missionary ser
vices wfiioh commenced last Thursday
vcrre well attendod.
CiHUtKiTios.-We have been shown
th petition to which it was stated that
l certain ladv's name had been signed
w ithout her consent, and find that the
name is not on it, nor has it been. (Mir
Informant was in error in regard to the
matter. This correction is made in jus
tice to those who appear to be implica
ted in the matter.
Falsi-: Kki-outs. We have had all
kinds of reiMrts in regard to the small
pox. Now, "it is bad enough to have one
Actual case, but the manufacture of a
dozen or more, extra, is still worse.
There has been one case, and up to this
time no prospects of any more. And
a there has leen the utmost caution
used, we apprehend that there will be
Chutikicatks. The following ror"
a ns were awarded soeond-nide cer
tiiicatesat the late public examination
Jield in this citv: Miss S. E. (iarrett,
MIm Marv DeVore, Mr. Ellis lirown,
Mr, Win. ' Hrown. Mr. Harvey Cross,
Mi 4 Marv K. Erost. Mr. Alexander
Thompson and Mr. Samuel Hrown.
I'.p.flT.XED. Mr. H. Jacobs, Presi
deiit of the Oregon City Manufacturing
Companv, returned from San Fianeis--o
last Tuesday, where he has been on
business eon nected with the manufac
tory, lie looks as though the trip did
him good. '
Dki.koatks. The foHowins porsons
were elected delegates to the Radical
State Convention, last Saturday :L. T.
Barin. Win. Harlow, A. J. Anperson,
Maxwell lLimsbv, K. It. Fellows, II.
Cochran, and 11. V. Short.
Cocntt Commit! ke.-The following:
iwrnn were chosen Tls the Ilioical
Countv Committee for the ensuing two
years; .a. j. .ii't"-1'
nd J, II, Lambert.
School Mektino. The annual
nchool meet ins in the various districts
Uko place next Monday, These meet-ino-a
should be well attended and the
publie school interests well cared for
In Town. Mr. A. T. Enos, Supreme
Commander of the Champions of the
lied Cross, was in town lasuTaiuiuai,
and visited Cliff Encampment.
l vtiif.ic C-DDh. (ar Itadical
Triends. desiring no do:ilt. to elect
(me man on their ticket in tliis coun
ty, )!aced in nomination a Democrat
for too ofticu of Coroner, aud ivol.-
ably receiving the nomination on the
Democratic side, will bo elected bo
yond a doubt. Too Doctor is a true
! and honest Democrat, and certainly
j did r.ot consent for the 'Radical Con
vention to nr,o his name in connec
tion with any oflice. Ilowevcr, we
are plad that the Radicals have ac
knowledged the fact that they must
iro into tho Jemocratie ranks when
thev want good and competent men.
Itioluota of fafuriK-l IXa Co.
t a s- e-ial meetinu of Cataract Hose
(-) :o"'-' )i tins citv. held Monday
ver.inL',"the f llou in- preamhle and
re solut ions were unamaiously adopted :
WlltiitKAs, In the inscrutable wis
do n of Divine Providence, our Imrhly
estee ned f iend and tellow member,
Chas E Warren, Esq., has been re
moved hv death, therefore. .
Kesolved, 1. That in all our inter
course with our late brother we have
found him the -encrous. opeu-haniled,
true-hearted man and gallant iireman,
and we shall ever cnerisu in.-, mniiuij
;ti. nin .int ;m.i tenoer recom-
2. That in token of our late
c.,t!",,,, Hi, rooms and cart
Company shall be draped in mourning
lOl III'; tuitm' ........
a Tinit. we deenlv condole
widow in this her sadde:
etiou mid also with the
tives of the decea-sed.
4. That the Secretary be instructed to
present to the wi iow"and father of the
deceased a copy of these . resolutions,
and furnish a copy of the same to the
Ore"on City 1- ilerpi i-e and l'ortland
ilailTes. (iE!). A. 1 1 A K 1 I N , Pres.
llENKYJ. Haudinc, S 'c. pro tern.
The goods have been boufcht at PANIC
PHlt'KS and ..ill l' sold hi accordance.
Don't forget calling before you lay in
your supidies. t
Or. -on City, March 31, H74 :tf
SOCIETY XO TIC EX.
OKWiOX LOPCi: SO. 3, 1. I. (. 1,
Meets everv Thursday wv,
eveuinujat 7' o'clock, in the -slSiX
O ld Fellows Hall. Main
street. Members of the Or
der are invited to attend, l'v order
it!:Hi:cc.v i)j:f;u:;s: i.om; :z xo.
I. (). O. F., Meets on the
Second and Fourth Tues
day evenintrs each month,
at 7'i o'clock, in the Odd
Fellows' Hall. Membcrsof the Degree
are invited to attend.
These Hitters tlo not only (lis-
thifjiiish tie)nsefves hy their fa
vor and firomatic odor above all
others generally itsed,but are at
the same time an e.vrellent tonic
and an efficacious stimulant to
CJCcite the. appetite. They arc
prepared from the most choice
find -wholesome herbs and roots,
ind have qiven universal satis
faction wherever tried. Thous
ands of dyspeptics have found
el let throii(i their use. and
nhifsicians recommend them for
the cure of all diseases of
the Blood and Liver, and
irregularities of the digestive
Headache, liiliousness, anu uonsnpa-
tion, General Deiaiity anu loss oi appetite,
lire all caused by the derangement or the
Stomach, I.iver and other functionaries of
the system. The IXI Hitters have been
successfully used and are warranted to
Alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases.
p tr77ic I XL r.ittrrs are sold onlycsr..
in yhtsx; to sell other than the '
genuine article out of our bottles t felony,
iinrl ice will lchcn tlciecieti, vrosecuie tucn
parties to the full extent of the law.
Kcad Physician's Certificate on
Every family sliould Jiavelhcm in the house.
Sold cveryichi re.
jr. izrsTJZiy v co.,
Ao. GJS Front St., San l'r(incisco, Cal.
Wc nr nlso the manufacturer
Of DR. IlKSIiEV'S KKtiULATOU,
n. purgative mild oiitl cflrrtlie; a.
purely veselahle -onipo..nI, and In
everv way superior lo pills. Also
Acents for 111 celeurnleU brand
of L.OHrO.X KOYAIi PALM Gl. a.
p-clrtc for tlie ULAllbEllauil IwIU
hour of allli-
i:u!rxou.wi loixji: xo. i,a.f
t A. M., Holds its rerular com
munications on the First and
Third Saturdays in each month,
at 7 o'clock from thei!otli of Sen.
teniber tothoL-Oth of March; and
o clock trom the 120th ot March to the
jnth ot September. Brethren
standine: are invited to attend.
I'.y order of y
ALLS i:XCA.MIMIi:.T XO. l.I.
O. V.. Meets at Odd Fellows'
of Oregon Citv, a meetin-i
ibers of the liar of this city
The Bi'd Hock liinnncrut, spealcing
of the Democratic nominee for State
Treasurer, says: "Our fellow towns
man, Hon. A. 11. Jro-.vn, the cumu
late for State Treasurer, all will
acrreeisthe rijrht man m the riht
place. We have tried him. He was
the choice of Eastern Oregon, and,
as a people, we appreciate the com
pliment paid us in his nomination."
In the Circuit Court at Albany on
Saturday nirlit, James Shirts was
found pcuiltv of manslaughter. Shirts,
it will be remembered, killed a man
who had just murdered a brother of
Shirts at Sweethome aliev last fall
Wu,l PnEACH Kev. Mr. Atkinson,
of Portland, will, preach next Sanclav
at tho Congregational Church in this
city. " ,
Returned-Gen. A. Jj. Lovejoy and
familv have returned to Clackamas
rountv, and are again residing on their
farm lelow town. .
Maid "contract. It is stated that
Uon. D. P. Thompson has secured the
mail contract from Roseburg to Itcd
ding. A Union Temreranco Meeting will
bo held In the Baptist Church of this j
Charles K. Warren, -ldt son y
Hon. Henry arren, died at T7Wfon
City March the stn isi. ;ig-d 'Zl years,
5 months and 111 days. He was born in
Clinton county, Missouri.on the lth day
of October, 14o, and in 1S47, while yet
an infant, he was brought across the
plains to this State by his parents. His
childhood was spent at McMinnville,
Yamhill county, where he received the
rudiments of his education. In lsfJl he
responded to the call for volunteers,
and served his country for one year, at
the expiration of which he resumed
his studies at the McMinnville College.
He next attended the Commercial Col
lege in S.m Francisco, Cal., where he
graduated in lsd7. After his return to
Oregon lie entered upon the study of
law with Messrs Mitchell and llph
of Portland. In ls70 he was admitted
to the bar of Oregon, after which he
established himself at Oregon City.
Somewhat later lie was also admitted
to practice in the District Court of the
United States. In 172 he was married
to Miss Fdlen Sartarans of Oregon City,
now widowed after a happy wed'ied
life of less than is months. After lieing
settled. Mr. Warren was rapidly gain
ing in the esteem and confidence of the
community. For one so young in
years, he enjoyed a large share of pat
ronage, and met with marked success
in his profession. Prospects of ad
vancement, of usefulness, of distinc
tion were unfolding before him, w hen
suddenly, all was cut short by death.
His last illness was one of great suffer
ing, increased bv the sad necessity of
being separated from all his loved ones,
let he bore all with fortitude, and res
ignation to the will of his heavenly
i-ainer. ll is last words while con- j
scions words of unspeakable comfort
onus uereavea parents were "Tell my j
die trusting in tho Savior.' I
was a memlier of the order I
under whose super-
were buried. He
Meelinx of tlx.- Ior1Ina R:tr.
On l.-:irnin ' of the death of Charles
ot tile ni -ui
IV i - i,.d.:iii the I'nited Slates ( lrcuit
Court room, of which Court deceased
w is a menilM-r, on Tuesday morning.
K.( oivernor A. C. tJibhs was chosen
Chairman of the meeting, and Presley
On motion it was rcsoiveu mat a
committee oi five be appointeu to oraii
resolutions expressive ot the feelings
of membcrsof the liar on toe death ot
their late brother and ti n ml.
The Chairman appointi U .1. 11. Keen,
Kichard Williams, S. M. ltice. J . II.
Woodward and Presley ueniiy as
members of such coiiiniiitce.
The met ting then adjourned to meet
on Tuesday at the same place, when
the Committee on Resolutions submit
ted the following :
Resolved, That it is with fc ling of
profound sorrow and regret that we
hear of the death id' our brother and
associate. Charles F. Warren.
R-solved, Thai in the death of Chas.
K. Warren, the liar of this State, and
particularly of this District, has lost
one of its most promising young niein
bers.eombiniiig as he did iii an unusual
degree, the elements of character which
are reouired to inaKe a successiiu
titioner at the liar, hi
severely felt and deplored, not only
by his brethren of the liar but the
community at large.
Resolved. That while we bow in
humble submission to the Chastising
Hand of Him who doeth all things
well, we can but wish that it could
have been consonant with the Divine
Avill to spare our young friend and
brother, for a long and useful life
which seemed open before him.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread upon the journals of -The Circuit
Court of the United States for the Dis
trict of Oregon, and of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Multnomah, and that a
'copv, under the seal of the" Court, be
torwardeil to the lanuiy oi i:ie ucccas
w. I ., .Mtri.-i il villi! 1-l'llOWS r
Hall on the First and Third Toes- rvT
day of each month. Patriarchs VV
in good standing are invited to attend
CI.IJ'I'' i:CA11PMI.i' SO. 2, c
U. I). Meets at Odd Fellows Hal!, in Ore
roii i it v Or -!'on. on Sat nrday eveninir. at
i ss o ciocit. .Mi-muiTS or tie nrd--r are in
vited to attend. M. C. ATI IKY, C.
.1. M. lUcox, II. .S. "'"lJffL.
HATiOfWL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
I ii sl Slrct't lotv-u Alilrr anil Mor
rison .St., si ml Aider Street he t ween
I- jih! and t runt Stieel.
& X IXSTITFTIOn IiKSrtlNKDTO I'HK
i-ap linrs, VOLWU and MI DDL I:
AOI'sD AViA lor r.usiness AfT.iirs.
loss will be
A Card from the Xurses.
We return our sincere thanks to the
members of the order of Odd Fellows
for their kindness tons while caring
for our friend C. F. Warren, in supply
ing us with everything that we needed
either dav or night.
Our thanks are also due to Dr. Norris
for his kindness, close attention and
medical skill in prolonging the lite of
C. F. Warren f r two days longer than
lie would have lived had it not been
for his prompt attendance and skill.
The wife ami relatives have our warm
est svmnathies in their sad alUiction.
S. J. Oakley.
W. Wallac k Carr.
A C urd.
Editor EF.TF.ni'iaK,Sin : I wish 2
make a statement to the public in gen
eral. It seems that the public have
formed an opinion against Dr. Xorris,
in his treatment of Chas. K. Wnncii.
I will therefore state that Mr. Warren
refused to have any other physician
called, except suchas Ir. Norris might
wish, as he told me he had the utmost
cont'iilance in his skill. I am satisfied
that he did all that could be done by
.mv nhvsieian, it being a tyneof small-
no x that iew
l or .aeipuring a l'rrvtient Business IC'htci-
lifii) t his inst it ut ion olT.-rs sii. rior advan-ta;-s,
and is acknowledged by Leading
ii.isui--.ss .moii to ie t he best
on the I'aeitie Coast, and s--eond to none
I-.ach U-partment is First ( lass, and is un
u. -r uie special charge of expekik.nted
TRACUKits, and the whole sclioul is mid
the immediate su iv-riiitend--nee of th
1 r.-sid -nt and Secretary. The school room
and counting are united upon a plan that
license 10 i ne sinuent nil the practical ail
vantantages of each. There is in operation
a ii vxKixa iiorsii
fully illustrating that business. The same
s st -in being observed in each department
the student buys, sells, shii-s, barters, con
sins, discounts, insures, draws checks
notes and drafts, gives l -as's, deeds. Jcc.
atul goes through the entire routine of
rtIIK I'KAl'TI KUb OCATITKU SF.C
J. tion il land, known as the l-.ois
claim, 5 tnih s irom Oregon City, will u
olTered lor sale far a short timeuny. Tin
proi-irielor is not" "hard up." i'or terms,
etc., apply to i ajt. A. F. Hodges or Iic.
R -rlfnv, r "ori city ; or Willamette Fann
er office, Salem.
Ma --eii ; :tl
A largo asscrtuient of Groceries and Ida-
A. E. R1CIIARI OX.
Jan. 1, lS73-tf,
Money ! INloiiev !
itTONF.V TO I.KXD IX SUMS OF
Oregon Citv, Mareh 10, 1S7I.
in a Lit I JMIIXSUX tV McC'OWX.
5rot"id ini'ohm tiik citi.f.xsof
V V iregon (,'ity and vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
F:R, SPHUCi AfiD CZDAR LUiViDER,
t" cv.-ry description.
DRV I-'TOrtlZIXG, C KII.lXfi,
Si-Tiff!: (tor s!e-lving.) LATTICE,
f'UKias, i-'iCXft; POSl'.S (Cedar)
Co 1 1 ? l a i it 1 A' oi i 1 1 a ml.
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes.
Clothing, Dry Goods. '
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Taints and Oils.
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Indies amU
Patent Medicines, Goods. Fancy Xo-
Kope, Faming tlons of Every
Implements of Description
$ All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc.,
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
31 O N 'V C OMPLET E
-ver otTered in this market, and was seleted
wit h cspecia 1 care lor t he Ore-ron 'it v t rade
All of which i now oUVr lor sale at the
Lowest Fiarlcet Ra es.
Xo use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods lor
I am Determined to Sell Cieaji and not to
allow mysell to be
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF CBEGCN.
All I ask Is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon City enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the oid stand oi
THOMAS CHARM AX
cannot be beaten In quality or price. It
would be useless lor me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale oi
goods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All 1 wish to say is
Com?, ami Sirnd Examine for Yourselves
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
.My object is to tell all iny old lriends now
that I am still alive, anil desirous to sefl
goods cheap, lor cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon, 'i lia n king all lor t he liber
al patronage heretoior-' bestowed.
THUS. CHARM AX,
Main Street, Oregon City,
Legal Tenders and Countv Scrip taken at.
market rates. THUS. C1IA1I.MAX.
?"50,000 lbs wool wanted bv
. T1IOS. CIIAHMAX.
THE IMMENSE W1XTER STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES!
: AT THE :
Pacfic Bcot & Shoe Houseo
fornrr First ami )!orii;on Streets,
Vill be Closed Out for the Xext Thirty
At and Less Than Cost.
P It I t E S
I .a dies Kid Foxed ralniorals. .
-Misses- uo uo
(. hildren's i!o do .
Men's Heavy T-oots .V.
t hildr--n's Toots J
Men's Kip Hnnu-made. ustoni 3-s.oicd
Patrioge's slaughter 1 oofs ...."!
do C'rain Hunting 1 :ots
HibL-ard's el-Lrnti d Hand-made
1 rench calf
Smith, thamphn A Co. (PcrtlaiiG)
Custom I-reiich ceil
Smitli, Champlin a o. (Portland)
I ustom Ann rican cap
Men's best Qunjity Iluidii.g
do American Hiding .y
do 1 uckle Artie Ovi rsl.oes
do Alaska do
do best quality Rubber do .1...
omen's 1 uckle Artie Ovf rshoes
no self-acting Pubbr-r do
..U n s Screw.! 1 n.gans
do Pi-trgfd iii.
do Cahiornia t air, i'npToie
Uo luff call, tat sole,
t and SidArilic linnlvr furnished
shortest notii.-', at as low rates as it
purchased in the State,
me a call at the
oi;!.'t) t il
March 13, 1ST! :tf
T R A n 3 P C IT AT ! 0 U
-ni.i. i.kavk rr,AXDj-:u.s wharf,
T l'ortland, at o o'clock, a. M.,as follows .-
For forvallis and Intrrm filiate Toints :
Jliiaday, iVodiies:lj:y sid Friday.
For Ai!i:iny nntl I;itr-rmr!i;itr- Toints :
Monday, To c s ;l a y, 1 Ve t ji c sil a y, T 1 1 n r s
d:iy and Krid.-iy.
In adding to the completeness of the Tn
stitution tlie proprietors have instituted t
SEPARATE DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES.
The entrance to rooms of this Iiepartment
is n jion Alder street, and access to them
is had only by the teachers and ladv stu
dents. Rare facilities are otr-r -d to ladies
lor acrpiiring a Thorough Knowledge of
Musiness Practice; of Telegraphy ami Pen
DEPARTMENT OF TELEGRAPHY
is in charg- of first-class operators and
teach ers, and simv, lied with all thoai nar-
atuses of a first-class oflice.
This Institution us now conducted claims
to have fnciliti s for imparting a thorough
knowledge of t he
Art of Penmanship !
that not one in ten of the HrsiNESs Col
I.eoks now in existence pos.s:ss"s ; t he I ie
partment being under the s-ecial superin
tendence of one of the leading Penmen of
tie- I'liit.-a stat'-s.
I-'orfuIl particulars send for X'atio.val
Rt'srxEss t oi.LEOE JocitNAi. sent to any
part of tnc countrv. Address,
DeFIi IXCIO t WIIITK,
Ixck Iiox 104, Portland, Oregon.
I);iyoii, LaFayrtte aiul McMinuville:
patm-itny anl Moni'ii)-.
Passag? to Corvallis $2 00
l'assage o Albany -1 5a
Passage to Sa!"m 1 tX
Passage to McMinnville 1 00
H. it)I.l)SMITH, President.
December lgt Ii, 1873. tf.
Of Odd Fellows,
vision his remains
vasayonng man ot energy, interity
aml more than ordinary ability I lis
mourning relatives have the heart-felt
svmnathy ot the whole community.
His death is felt to lie a public loss, arid
his memory will long he cherished bv
all who knew him. Kev. A. J. V.
State papers please copy.
For the very best photographs, goto Hrad
ley &. Kulofson's Galery without STAIRS
Ascend In the Elevator, 429 Montgomery
P I hVath e-cnirej next.
i S?n.?t, Sin Pi'stkM , Cftlifmiii.
survive. .Mr. Warren
told me the first night I arrived to take
care of him. that he was satisfied lie
could not cet well. I was of that opin
ion mvself. Yet. at times, I had strong
hones'of Iii recovery, up to within two
davs of his death. I have had a great
deal of experience in small-pox, and I
hardly ever have seen a worse case.
Yours, truly, W. Wallace Carr.
( aril of Thanlws.
The undersigned desires to express
thanks to the nurses. Odd
Fellows and the manv friends of this
citv who sokindlvadniini-dered to the
comfort and wishes of my beloved
I s.n, the late Charles E. arren. M any
! thanks are also due to Dr. Norris for
! his kindness and nrofessional attention
to Charles, through his entire sickness,
nn to hi death and burial. He has the
full confidence and resoect of myself
. aud familr. He.vrt W arhen.
I April 2, '1574.
T THE SOLICITATION OF MANY
friends. I take this met hod of publicly
announcing mvself a candidate tor the
(lllii v of SlierifT of Clackamas County,
subject to the will of the approaching
Democratic Convention. A.C. BAILEY.
OREGON STEAMSHIP GO.'S
STEAK20AT NOTICE !
Stv. E. ZST. COOKE.
Will leave OREGON CITY for POIiTf.AXD
everv dav IKxc 'i t Sunilay, sit H o'clock
A. M. li-'t urning, will 1. -a ve Port land for
Oregon City at 2's o'clock, 1. M.
Will leave OREGON TTY for CORVAL.I.IS
everv .Monday and I hursday of each week
T THE SOLICITATION OF MANY
lriends, I take this method of publicly
announcing iiins-ii a candidate lor the
oiiice of County Judge of Clackamas Coun
ty, subject to tiie will of the approaching
Democratic l on vention.
V. L. WHITE.
eIvTpe rial mills",
Savicr, Laliocquc k Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour.
Middlings, Plan and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the sack.
E.stray Notice !
TAKEN UP BY TIIE SUBSORIRER Liv
ing in Mil-aukie pr-cinet, Clackamas
county, Oregon, on th" 6th of January last,
a pale r-d cow, about 4 years old, marked
in right ear with squ ire crop; also a year
ling of h"rs. without mark. Th cow has
been appraised at $20 and the calf at So.
Sti I) AY TON,
Will leave OREOOX CITY for McMIXX
YII.LE. LAFAYETTE and DaYTON, and
all points het.vecn, every Monday, Wed
nesdav and Friday of each week, lx-aves
the itasin at S o'clock, a. r., and connect
ith the train at unr-ni.ili at ft, a. m.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
riHE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
1 t he Livery Stable on Fifth street .Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Sntldle ;im! I!iggy Horses,
i5ggs, t iirnaffi'd ami IlarKK.
... i i:5
... 1 CO
... 2 75
SPRSHG& SUMMER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoos,
Ladies and Gents
etc., etc., etc., etc
.Slain Street, Oregon City.
hack to and from the
He will also run a
WIL'rlOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with good
horses.com pet cut and gent icmnniy drivers.
FASE AT LIVING EATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 1S73.
Produce of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the h'gh-st market price. If you de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
I. S E LLI AG'S
and examine his new stock of Spring poods
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
My motto is,
" OriCR SALES AI) S3TAI.I. PROFITS." 0
The highest market price paid for wool
Oregon City, Oct. SI, lS7S-tf.
-FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
AND) MOridDIXCS OP ALL SIZES.
Thev will also do Turning of -every de
scription to order.
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
rS7AIl work warranted. Shop on the
River, in Lewis Shop Opposite Oregon
AG EMS FOR TIIE EMERPEISE. o
J O H S C H R A M ,
3I;iin St., Oregon City.
jUMTACTIRER and difgrter of
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the Extfrprisk:
Geo. P. Rowcll it Co.. 40 Park Row. New
Coc, Wcthcrill fc Co.. 607 Chestnut street.
Abiiott A Co.. No. S2 and M Nassau street.
Portland.Oregon L. Samuel
1 1 hos. l oyce
VTHICII HE OFFERS AS CIIEAr AS
f f LIII W IlilV 111 ill;
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
B7"l warrant my goods as represented.
leaves OREfJON 'I TY for HAHUISBURG
and EUGEN E and all intermediate joints
- Sti. Ifaimio Patton,
Lea vps OKE JON CITY for ALBANY and
all Intermediate points bet ve-n twice ev
erv week. J. D. BILES, Agent.
Oregon City, February, 11, H71.
1,0 0 0 DEER SKINS
w a jx rr i ,
4 LL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES, FOR
l which I will pay the highes market
price in cash Bring on your hides and get
your coin for them.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, lS73-m3.
FRU E S Ii
THE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES
to the citizens of Oregon City that he
has reopened his Oyster Saloon and Rcs-
t L. P. Fisher
St. Helens, Columbia county S. A. Miles
Astoria, Clatsop county A. Van Duscn
Salem L. Willi?.ms
Harrisl urg J. II. Smith
LafayettejYamhill county .I.TFerguson
Dallas, Polk county Pave Holmes
Eola R. IVity
Jacksonville R. K. Hnnna
Benton county AV: A. Wells
Corvallis Hon. John Purnett
Canyon City.Grant eo W. R. I n swell
A 1 ta ny A. X . Arnold
Dalles. Wasco county N. II. Gates
LnGrnnde, Union county A. C. Crolg
Pendleton, Umatilla county S. V. Knox
I F. I ... Fristow
Hon. I . F. I n ne
JC. T. 'ontague
I J. RV Ralston
Hon. F.T. Foudray
H. C. Huston
I xi we r Molalla
C. F. Pcatic
J. W. Strawser
Prank W. Foster
Capt. Z. C. Norton
W. H. Vaughan
JOHN 31. liACON,
IMPORTER AXD DEALER
In P.ooks, Stationery, Porlum
cry. etc.. etc.
Oregon City, Oregon.
ryAt Charman t Warner's old stand,
lately occupied by S. Aekernan, Main St.
taurant, and can dish out Fresh Oysters to
fill orders. Coffee, Tea and Chocolate
al-as on hand; also a general assort
ment of confectionary. Oysters served up
in everv st vie aesirea. i.ulis BAAL.
Oregon City, Sept. 26. 1873-tf.
THE UXDERSTGXED LOST BETWEEN
JL this city and Canmah, Yv'erfnesday
morning a leather pocket-book containing
n.bout iri0 o rro nfV- Hie nama ..ill K..
STILL IN TIIE FIELD!
HE MOV ED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLfAfriS & HARDING,
KEEPTnE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
In t he citv fre nf p.hnnrp Thn h i nut. ej ish
-vi uj- rinni; eacne price paia ior country pronnw.
H. PEARSON. I Orzsrrn a llerrti ?, 1ST?.
about currencv; his nam will be
found inside of th book. The finder will
at this etSo.
In the Circuit Court of th State of Oregon,
jor ine bounty or uiacKamas.
John X. Smith and Mary Smith, plaintlff-c
J. II. Martin. Defendant.
To J. II. Martin, said defendant :
TN TIIE NAME OF TIIE STATE OF ORE
gon, you are herebv required to arpcar
and answertheeomplaint filed against you
in the above entitled action bv the first
day of the term ot said Court following the
ext irntion ot six weeks from the first no-
lication of this summons ; said first ruhll
cation being on the 6th day of March 1874,
and said next term of said Court commen
cing on the 27th day of April, 1874: and if
vou fail to answer sld complaint, in
plaintiff vlll take Judgment against you
fnr t he revival of a certain Judgment ren
dered against, vou in said Court on th 21st
day of March, 1867. for the sum of 640 S4-100
dollars with cost ann oisoiimi-mnmii.
Pv order of Hon. W. W. Upton. Jndjte or
said Court, dated th secorj (2) f'ayof
March. 1871. Httelat A War-bett
Tncrr-v Att'y ?r FI-i2f?r.
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