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OREGON CITY, OREGON, MARCH 19, 187i.
Pl, 1M1Tv.A lamentable acci-
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?ye.m" " 7 ned injuries of a very
-ninr of this week, m w
It seems that he jn-
i-.lihid the hour bolt
tJ,,:'V" l" ..LTnr the endeavor slipped
a d fell g-i'St the cog wheels that
drive the bSlting machinery, into which
he was drawn, and his left leir was ter
ribly mangled, and lias suite been am
miuted above the knee; his right leg
was also considerably bruised and the
trtm ort" and the imprint of the
teeth of the gearing extends from his
hip to his shoulder.inllicting deep gash
es the whole distance. He was saved
from instant death by the presence of
mind of Alfred Millue who caught him,
and wrested him from the tierilous po
rtion at immense danger to himself, in
which one hand was caught, but his in
juries were slight. Tho amputation
was conducted by Dr. II. U . Iloss, as
sisted by Drs. Parker and Smith, and
there is every indication of a favorable
result from the ministration. Mr. Wil
liams is a young man years of age,
and has won an enviable reputation as
a steady, faithful employe, and has
the sympathies of the whole communi
ty His father and mother arrived in
the State about three months since from
Wisconsin, and are with him in his
hp vere afllictions. The accident is one
for which no one can be to blame.
Piww.nkd.-A .you man named
Samuel Young was drowned in the
Clackamas jiver last Friday evening,
near the railroad bridge. He was for
merly employed in the paper mill. It
appears that he was subject to epileptic
fits, ami w hen lie eaine out of them
would be for a time unconcious of what
he was doing, and would walk oil not
knowing where. He fell in one of
tli;s(j lits, and wiien he got up, lie
walked down to the river bank and
Ml in. IIe was observed by Mr. Jones
who was on the opposite side of the
river, but was too far off to help him.
The liody was recovered the following
day and" Coronor Straight held an in
quest, tho jury returning a virdict that
h" came to his death by accidental
drowning. Young was a native of
KMit, England, un.married and about
3 J yars of age.
Nkw Hem.. Tho new bell of which
wi? made mention some time since as
beinir presented to St. Paul's Parish by
St. ieorg's Sunday School, Ilemp-
steao, ijong island, arriveit nere last
Saturday, and on Tuesday it was put in
its place in the tower, "where it will
1-uig remain to remind the recipients of
UiMir generous uonors. Jt lias a clear
and sweet sound and is from the fam
u foundry of Meneelv iV. Sons, West
Troy, New York; is east of the besJ
metal, and weighs, without the traun
s.nd rotary yoke, pounds. Ou the
ide of the Ix-ll tlie following words are
-ast; "Enfii St. eorg's Sunday School
1 Initpstead, Long Inland, New York,
to St. Paul's ('hurch. Oregon City, 1V74,
I.imII i." The gift is a most accepta
ble one, and is hiifhly valued by t lie
Koi-tijr and his Church" people.
Uoino ToMcMixwii.i.i:. The Yam
hill Reporter says: "We learn that
Hon. Henry Warren intends moving
b ick to MeMiniiville as soon as he is
relieved of the cares of ollicc bv his
successor. We welcome him to his old
home ami while the people of this
lnd district lose km honest, cllieient
and import i.d ollieer Yamhill county
.-un n gootl citizen. Fifteen years ago
Mr. Warren was ehcted sheri'lf of this
-untv and has e,-er since lield ollice
of high trust und State or Federal au
thority in all of which he has been
f "in I the right iii:h in th right place.
W mi I'rstjud his intention is to re
h iiu farming as soon as the present
l.-t-t. of his ol farm expires.
A unr.'i r.:. A bovabo-.it IS years of
a.i". w!w has lcen residing in this
place for about six. i: jutlis, was arrest
ed at the l.lh-s by a ttdegram from
S i;ritr Appers in 1 c-.t Krid iv, charging
him with stealing from one of our citi
r.'.'ii a saddle. He was brought down
ou Saturday and had Ids trial on Mon
day. It appears from the evidence that
thrt y had no intention of stealing the
ddle and consequently the jury
found him "not guiily" as charged"and
- the prisoner was set at liberty.
VNrr..i.A goo.l, steadi', practical
man, who understands the business,
can gt a favorable opportunity in this
city to engage in the potter business.
If h.! is t!i'! right kin I of person, he
t'n e isil y attain the necessary means
tit start with, as parti" stand ready to
furnish tho cash. None other need
apply but a well recommended jterson.
We had a call la.st Tuesday from Mr.
Raker, leputy SUct ill of 'Yamhill Co.
lie was m search M a prisoner who
hd iiit made hi escape from tin
Yamhill county jail, named ffeorge
Cooke, alias Ceorge Smith. Fifty dol
lars reward is ottered for the ehajt. He
ii alout live feet eight and a half inches
hih. light complexion, light hair, and
has his middle tingt. r tattooed.
Leaves. T. II. Havid, Esq., leaves
next week, accompanied by bis family,
for Salt Lake, where he has a survey
ing contract. Mr. 1. does not intend
to return for altouo two years. The
many friends of Mr. I. and family
ti-ut that they may have a safe journey
ami return soon to stay.
Hevitikil. We , are indebted to
Mrs. Win. Hroughto'i for a beautiful
Ixni'iuetof lowers, v liich look as fine
as any we have ever seen in mid-summer.
" They are in full bloom, having
Iteen raised in tho house. It is a pleas
ant sight to see such things at this sea
son of the year.
Look at Tins. l
e have a new
Florence sewing in:J
lino standing in
our office which wel
ant to exchange
for coin. It will l
'Id for less than
San Francisco cost p
e. Now is the
time to get a sewing machine cheap
1 lies machines have no superior in
th market, fall and secure it before
It is sold.
OoN-riuiu7TioNs.We have been
hown a list of the subscriptions for
the Kansas and Nebraska sufferers,
and the Sotf which has.been paid by our
citizens compares favorable with places
of greater pretentions. Messrs Wil
liams tt Hardimr. Wels. Fargo t(- Co 's
BKCI1I..1, oi mis piaec. ave received t
acknowledgement of lie arrival of t
money at San Francillt.
V-ML-KMEXT. TIHT pupils Of Prof
rope's Oram mar .School, and friends
give an entertainment at Pope's Hall
iiVl"!5v2,r.vni"K- Those who
n.u w nistaiv p:eased wit
programme. After the entertainment
i;ri,1Iners nr'e to give one of their
social dances in the same hall
pER.sovAL.We had a call from our
happy fri0nd E. Schntzc Qf
asco county, last Monday. He W-
as Vnilnir o rwl l.
r"ir YA"kX ii ""t'l'J" as ever, and ap-KaU.-l
3 iiuiuason iV. jo.
Mr. At hey has the Agency for a new
Jnp burner which requires no chim
y. Chimneys generally are an ex-
KuM-inKfVanllf a Person caneet
eWoml1 ?ht w"hout them, it must be
economy to use the burners! .
AdDrVanted mSJTir: Rollins,
tr Vi, suPPsed to reside in this coun
. . in please send ' postoffice ad
dls to this office.
I Officeiis ELECTKD.-The Secretary TEKRITOHIAL NEWS ITEMS.'
' of Mountain View Grange has furnish-1 '
I ed us with the following list of its ofli- It is said the name of II. I. Chap
ters: Master. W. Oflieid ; Overseer, R. '.i nian i3 mentioned at "Washington in
irvin; rsecretary, A. eannieheal : Stew- '
P Assistant Steward. A. i
- A A. it.
uaw Ke-per, "rnckett; :
lutwiu t-i . Isaac Vi iwsor Komoiai
fores, j-jmny umem ;
Cribble; Pomonia, Amanda Adkins-! ,V .10- extensive salt man
Eady Assistant, Caroline Oliield. , ,' j ufa?ture at Corinne, as soon as the
IjKTTKn IiisT.The following is a
list of tho Ijctters remaining in the
Post-office at Oregon City, Mar. 19, 1875 :
Jo.; Stile. M. K. Miss; Suttle, Eugene;
White, J. W. ; Yerbcr, John.
If called for, please sav when "adver
tised." J. M. JBacon. P. M.
Iiei. W. W. Cooke, an old and
highly respected citizen of this county,
died at his residence in Cascades pre
cinct, last Monday. Mr. Cooke was
much esteemed by all who knew him
and his many friends will regret that
he has passed to the shores ot the
Eternal City. ,
Gone to San Fuancisoo. Major
Charman left on the steamer last week
for San Francisco, for the purpose of
nurchasinir his sprincr stock. His pat
rons may look out for a larire stock to
arrive in a tew days.
Called. We received a call Thurs
day from our agent at Eola, R. Doty,
Esq. He is alive to the interests of the
Enterprise, and wo are pleased to
note him as one of its most steadfast
Passed Through. Chris Taylor, an
old citizen of this place, now merchan
dising at Dayton, passed through town
for Portland last Tuesda'. Chris
looks as natural as ever, iovial. haoov.
ana gaming in nesn.
Thanks. The liberal contributors to
pay freight on the new bell for St.
Paul's Church will accept our thanks
for their generous donations.
Beef. Messrs Logus fc Albright
inform us that thev are paying seven
cents a pound for stall-fed cattle.
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SUMMAUY OK STATU XliH'S.
Albany Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F
a week or two since undertook to get
up n library, So far, nearly one
hundred volumes have been donated
to tue Horary, ana more are prom
The Albany Rfil-itcr savs: There
were 20 accessions to the church on
Sunday, after the morning sermon at
the M. K. church 18 joining the
old church, and two tho southern
The Coos Bay Nexrs says:- B. F
Itoss, a well known citizen, went out
on the wagon road on Monday to
buy cattle, taking with him 6500.
He cannot be found, and his friends
fear he has met with foul play.
Four coal banks are in operation
near Empire C;ty. Each mine em
ploys about 75 men. The coal is
extensive and of good quality; most
of it is shipped to San Francisco.
The McMinnville Reporter is in
formed that a test of a"quantity of
the ore which recently caused such
excitement in Tillamook, shows that
it is not silver.
The wheat about Independence has
nearly or quite all been sold.
It is reported that Uncle Jessie
Applegate, of Yoncalla, lost 3,000
head of sheep in Southern Oregon
the past winter.
General Applegate, says the Eugene
Guard, has invented a new kind of
wagon hub, which mechauics pro
nounce a success, and a decided im
provement on anything of tho kind
now in use.
Hon. M. P. Deady has accepted an
invitation to lecture at Corvallis
shortly for the benelit of the Library
at that place.
Choice white wheat is quotable at
CO cents per bushel at Eugene.
Capt. Hilton and S. X. Arrigoni,
of Astoria, are both recovering from
their severe attacks of illness.
The people of Jacksonville want a
daily mail communication between
that city and the Gal ice Creek mines.
The Masonic Order in Oregon
have, up to this date, forwarded
1,000 to the Kansas sufferers.
President Gatch is said to be mak
ing slow progress toward recovery
from his long confinement from in
A number of cattle have died in
Washington county from the effects
ot wild parsnips.
The Hillsboro Independent says:
Mr. Benj. Kitchen, who lives near
1 orest Grove, has invented a machine
which quickly and easily, in the
hands of the workman, turns out
staves completely finished for barrels
and all that class of vessels.
The body of a young man who
dropped dead while playing ball, in
Howell prairie, last summer, was'dis-
interred a few days ago,, on what ap
pears to be a groundless suspicion
that he had been buried alive. The
appearance of the remains indicated
nothing of the kind.
The Statesman saj-s: Philip D.
Dimick was very seriously hart on
Thursday, the 4th, at Grant's Pass,
by the accidental discharge of a gun
in the hands of Geo. Dimick's wife.
The ball entered just under the left
arm, ranged forward and upward,
passed in between his ribs, injuring
one rib a little, also - his lung. The
ball could not be extracted on account
of its dropping on the inside.
Fred., son of Hon. Geo. C. Cole,
accidentally shot himself with a pis
tol last Sunday morning, at the resi
dence of his father. The ball entered
a little below the heart, passing be
tween the bowels and the left lung,
following and wounding the mem
brane separating those organs the
diaphragm. The ball was found be
neath the skin, an inch to the left of
the spine, and between the eleventh
and twelfth ribs, and was very easily
cutout. The' size of the ball was a
No. 44 cartridge. Such wounds as
thi3 are generally fatal, peritonitis
(inflamation of the membrane cover
ing the bowels) resulting. At last
accounts he was doing as well as
could be expected and strong hopes
were entertained of his recovery.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed inaugurating the Harrisburg
and McKenzie Canal and Water
Ditch Company. The intention of
the gentlemen forming the company
is to secure Block subscriptions
amounting to $00,000, said subscrip
tions to be used in the construction
of a canal conveying the waters of
the McKenzie to HarrisbuTg.
Ainsworth, J no. (Hanker) ! Armstong,
Win.; Hell, John ; Colkins, Amie
Miss; Farlow, W. II.; Hake, David;
Iarson. T. P.; Iamb, C. C: Patterson.
connection with ih tt
MBhall of WSn "1
- u V W . 1 V V m k
,- " :
Parties are already making their
spring opens, tjorinne will become
the great depot for supplies of that
article for Eastern Nevada. Idaho
and Montana the comic g season.
A petition is in circnlation at Salt
Lake City,- asking President Grant
to remove ' Axtell and reappoint
Woods Governor of Utah.
The Express says that thirteen men
are on their way from East Machias
for Port Gramble, where they have
been engaged to work for the Port
Gamble Mill Company. Pnet
Sound bids fair to be populated at
the expense of East Machias.
The Idaho World says: Mr. James
Thompson, of Placerville, committed
suicide on Sunday morning last.
He was an old resident of the Basin,
having lived at Placerville and vicin
ity for the last eight or ten years. ,
A meeting of farmers residing in
Boise and contiguous valleys has
been called for the purpose of devis
ing measures for the better protec
tion of their stock against thievo3.
The Walla Walla people have at
last succeeded -in raising the full
amount of money required by tho
railroad company, and as soon as
the iron arrives will commence in
The mail steamer Favorite, upon
the Sound does not seem to fulfill
the wishes of the people, as she
is quite slow and is always behind
The yortJitcestcni Farmer, of Puget
Sound, says: That first-class maple
sugar can be produced in this Terri
tory is a fact beyond dispute, . as
proved by a letter which we received
a few days since from Mrs. Mary C.
Hawley, an intelligent lady living at
Lyden, Whatcom county, together
with a sample of the sugar, in cake
Albert Swabhonsen, for the mur
der of George Kruger at Port Discov
ery a few days ago, was tried and
convicted of murder in the first de
gree. Pending a motion for an ar
rest of judgment and granting a new
trial, news reached Port Townsend
that Judge Lewis qualified the 27th
of February as Chief Justice. This
"let the Court out," and from the
fact that the Prosecuting Attorney
recognized tho witnesses to appear
at the next term, it would seem that
a new and legal trial would be had.
A Washington correspondent of
the New York Sun has the following
on our ex -Congressman:
Ex-Senator Nesmith, of Oregon,
now a member of the House, is one
of the most remarkable men in Con
gress. He went to Oregon in 1843,
and for many years scrcely saw a
white man. He dressed in furs, and
the raw hides of animals, and ate
whatever he could get. He was a
border hunter and trapper, such as
we read of in the Led'jer. He knew
nothing of what the world was doing
for more than twelve years, and un
til he was elected to the Senate in
1800, and on his way to take his seat,
he never saw gas burning, nor knew
nothing of the telegraph, nor had
ridden in a railroad car. He knew
little of newspapers or anything else
but Indians, and yet he knew how to
play poker. It sometimes puzzles
mo to account for the number of
good poker players among the back
woodsmen. To make Nesmith hap
py you have only to play poker with
him, give him all tho whisky he
wants, a paper or two of fine cut ' to
bacco and a big spittoon. He does
not play with the sime crowd that
Fernando Wood does, but he plays
inveteratelv. You .must remember
that there is strata in poker as well
as in politics.
The greater part of., this, as our
readers well know, is pure fabrica
tion and a slander on Mr. Nesmith.
He doesn't use tobacco at all, and as
for playing poker, he hardly knows
one card from another.
The contract has been let for the
erection of the Catholic church at
McMinnville at a cost of $1,700.
By Rev. Geo. Atkinson, "at the residence
of 8. I Campbell, in this city, March 15,
1875, J. IX Tompkins and Miss J. K. Camp
bell, adopted daughter of S. 1. Campbell,
all of this county.
Kev. George II. Atkinson will hold
regular services in the Congregational
Church, in this city, on the fust and
second Sabbaths of each month. Morn
ing services vt 10' o'clock. On the
first Sabbath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o'clock, p. m.
It is seldom that we notice anything
in the medical line, nor would we now.
unless we could be convinced that we
are not doing our duty as a journalist
in recommending to the public the cel
ebrated botanical preparation of Dr.
Henry. Whoever induces tho victim
of scrofula or any other disease of the
blood, to use Dr. Henry's Kxtract of
Sarsparilla, has begun a good work.
There is no question as to the result of
this medicine if ersevered in. It is a
sure cure for scrofula, rheumatism.
Salt Rheum, and indeed all complaints
arising from vitiated or impure blood.
It is just what a good physician would
prescribe for these complaints, and we
confidently recommend it as being the
Itest article now in use. Dr. Henry's
Cough lisilsam is the most affective
remedy for affection of the throat or
lungs that we have ever known. It
contains no deleterious drugs, and can
be taken with impunity and certainty
of relief. For the cure of coughs colds,
sore throat, etc., it stands without a ri
val. Dr. Henry s Liniment as an alle
viator of pain, is unrivaled by any
nrenaration before the public: the
most skeptical will be convinced "by a
single trial. It will prove itself a friend
in need which no family should be
Important. Endorsed by the Medical
profession. DR. M. b-alsam
FOR THE LU.NGS cures Coughs. Colds and
Consmption, and all disorders of the
Throat and Chest. DR. TUWL.E1'
TOOTHACHE ANODVJfE cures In one
rirle-htlv Breaks the Morning of a
new era in the annals of medicine. Alco
hol will soon be banished from the list of
remedies, and only known as a poison.
DR.J.W. Walker's California Vine
oar Bitters, composed entirely of whple-
some botanic extracts ana juras, are ev
erywhere superceding the fiery astringents
which no man or woman ever yet took
without bitterly repenting their credulity.
There Is no disease, a out or chronic. In
which the now tonic may not be ad mini-
t?red with beneficial effect.
The stomach has been well named a
"royal organ," since it sways and controls
the en tiro system, every gland, tissue and
nerve sympathizing with it as the servants
of a prince sympathize with their master.
Eaeh one is fed and sustained by uneven
the brain itself, the center of sensation, is
absolutely dependent upon it for susten
ance. Consequently, when the stomach
fails to perform its all-important office, the
subordinate organs also falter in their du
ty. I Th.e reason why Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters have such a wonderful beneficial
effect upon the general health and are
such a reliable preventive of disease. Is
that they speedily overcome weakness or
disorders of the stomach, and thus insuro
complete nourishment of . the entire sys-I
tem and a healthful pefformanee of its
various functions. Unlike those stimu
lants whose alcoholic principle is unmodi
fied by Judicious medication, the spirituous
basis of these Bitters, which is oft he purest
description, holds in solution herbal alter
atives and invitforants to which a foremost
rank has been assigned in materia medi-
ca. Bait it is not alone the fact that these
sovereign botanic elements enter into the
composition ot the Bitters that constitute
them such a benign tonic and corrective,
but also that thoy are so happily combined
that the full effect of each is exerted upon
the disordered or debilitated system. The
togestive and secretive organs are the first
di experience their beneficent operation,
which extends, by sympathy, to the brain,
the nerves and the circulation. The influ
ence thus exerted is fruitful of those great
sanitary results which have built up the
reputation of this trply national medicine.
It is asserted as a fact that every canvasser
who has turned his attention to the introduction
of the New Family Sewiug Machine in his local
ity, or who has been forturate enough to secure
an agency, has outstripped the best efforts in
making money of the oM and tried agents of the
high-priced machines, whieh latter they now
replace. The demand m enormous, and sales so
rapid and money rnadc so readily with so little
efl'ort that farmer.-, tradesmen, speculators, &c,
are flocking into the business as fast as they can
secure territory and get their goods on the
ground to supply anxious customers. It is mar
velous to see how these machines sell when ex-
hibited, it being a recognized fact that people
will buy the best at the lowest price. It certain
ly is the machine of the times and does the same
work as other machines at ?S0 or $iM), and we re
ally believe it would sell just as readily at double
and then not cost halt the UHual price of so eood
an article, for it is astonishing to see tho vast
amount of labor it performs at so low a cost
The inventers are daily inundated with testimo
nials ot the worth of their new machines which
bj stiddculv and successfully bounded into oodu
lar favor. It proves to be just what is wanted
every day, by every one, everywhere, who has a
f.iinily. It has attained un enviable reputatiou
in many thousands of homes and factories, for its
solid strength, power, rapidity, simplicity, cer
tainty, and ease ol operation, with extreme beau
ty , fineness, and reliability of its sewing; while
the wonderful low price (twenty dollars for a
large and complete sewing machine with a strong
tame anu treaolej places all ulea of competitmn
entirelv out of the question. It stands alone on
its merits and price. Wo advise you to invest iu
one at once for your wife, daughter, mother, sis
ter or ladv friend ami make a home liappv, or
put them in your factory, or what is lietter, if
you are lucky euough, secure an agency, if there
is none in your town, and make money yourself
he many new attachments for doin- extra tine,
skilful and ditlicult work, are a surprise in their
simplicity of construction and far below even
"grantre price," and will be delivered safe at
your door, no matter how remote you reside, if
you write lor them. Address, J. THOMSON,
ll-V- 4c lu., W, liroadway, Js. V.
Inthlsnjjo of skepticism, facts aro re
quired to inspire confidence in the minds
of the jieople; but, with good indorsers,
they are willing to test any article claim
ing extraordinary merit. The proprietors
of Halls Wiclian Hair Kenewer offer the
following indorsement of the merits claim
ed by them for their preparation, by the
Pittsburg. Pa., " Christian Advocate ;" viz
The public have so often been deceived
by the use of worthless preparations for
the hair, that an article of this kind, to
gnin their favor and secure their patron
age, must iossss real merit. We are glad
to assure our readers that Hall's Ve;e
tabK Sicilian Hair Renewer is meeting
with the success its merits so Justly de
servA ; and we havo reliable evidence that
it will perform all thnt is claimed for it, in
restoring gray hair to its natural color,
and, as a permanent dressing, is unsur
passed. An Awful Responsibility.
Everybody has something to say about
consumption. We all deplore its terrible
ravages, but only a few of us seem to have
common senst; enough to take the proper
means of preventing it. It is a fact as easy
of proof as that two and two are four, that
Hack's Honky of Horeitocnd axd Tar,
taken as a remedy for cough, cold, difficult
breathing, hoarseneness or any other of
the symptoms, which, as it were, pave the
way for t hat terrible destroyer, will effect
a radical and rapid cure of t lie ailment,
and avert all danger. Whoever, knowing
this, neglects to resort to the true specific
under such ci-cu instances, assumes a fear
Pike's Tooth-Ache Dkops Cure in one
AViltl Cherry Uuls.-xin. The memory
of Dr. Wistar is embalmed in tho hearts of
thousands whom his Balsam of Wild Cher
ry has cured of coughs, colds, consumption
or some other form of pulmonary disease.
It is now over forty years since this prepa
ration was brought before the public, and
yet the demand for it is constantly increas
ing. Dr. V lata r's Wild Cherry Balsam.
This balsamic compound has become a
home fixture. Ix t all who sufTer, and
have in vain attempted to curs their
coughs, colds, bronchial or pulmonnrv
complainta, make use of this uncqualed
remedy. It can be relied upon, the masses
of testinrony that has been published since
its introduction, being ample proof of its
A I,L PERSONS INDERTED TO ME
for professional services rendered pre
vious to Jan, 1st 1375, are hereby notified
to call promptly and settle, either by
cash or note. Pay attention to this for i
"mean lulnes. " In my. absence
Ward & Ilardinp:, at the Drug store, will re
ceive and receipt for money due nie.
12marlw J. W. NORRIS, M. D.
CAPT. Z. C NORTON'S STORE,
NORTON, Clackamas Co., Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD AN
noiince that he has just received a
splendid stock of
Hoots and Shoes,
Crockery, Ktc. Etc.
direct from New York. The stock is the
best and largest ever brought to a store in
Clackamas county, and having purchased
it at greatly reduced prices, is able to sell
it cheaper than goods have ever been sold
I am under obligations to my former
customers for thtir liberal patronage, and
being able now to accommodate them
better at less prices than -ever before, I ask
a continuation of their patronage, and so
licit the trade of all new-comers and those
who have not heretofore traded with me,
assuring them that I can give them as
good bargains as can be had in the State.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for goods. Give me a call and I will guar
antee to give you satisfaction.
Z. C. NORTON".
Clackamas Co., Oregon, Mar. 12, 1875. tf
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
the Livery Stable on Fifth street.Oregon
City. Oregon, keps constantly on band
Saddle and Bajjfry Horses,
Bungles, Carriages and Hacks.
He will also run a hack to and from, the
WILHOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with good
horses, competent and gentlemanly drivers.
FAEZ AT LIVING KATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oreeon, City, May 27, 1673.
A Royal Organ.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
RTR VCT TiTV P. AT.T FYIRNTA .
MAKE HOME HAPPY.
$20 $20 $20
And earn S30 or $40per day.
AN t LEG ANT, DURABLE AND FULL-SIZE
WITH TABLE AND TREADLE
Complete for Domestic Use
Unparalleled ia price.
With m my important, superior and valuable
tqual in size, and does the same work, in the
same way as an ?so or ;UK) machine.
1 iie best, simplest and cheapest macmno ever
Written guarantee for five years with every
no superior: no competition: no
RIVAL in UUALlTY and PRICE.
A skillful and practical scientific accomplish
ment of a mixst wonderful combination of nil the
good qualities of a sewing machine, and fully ac
knowledged to be a perfectly successful mechan
ical achievement ot practical simplicity. Thor
oughly tested. Used in thousands of -homes.
1 he lavonte ot the family circle.
It does not take an tiour to get ready to do a
minutes work, but is always ready in a moment
to do a days work.
It will save its cost many times over in one
season, doing the work of the family, or it will
earn four or live dollars a day for any man or
woman who may wish to do sewing for a living.
It is so plain and easy to learn, and smooth to
run, the children and servants can use it.
So strong and solid built, it will List a genera
tion if properly cared for.
lias no superfluous cuggs or cams to get out of
Sews equally fine with coarse cotton, lincnt
Bilk or twine. .
ltapidly sews a strong scam over all kinds of
goods, from nnest cambric to heaviest foadelotn
and leather without stopping the machine.
Runs faster, lighter, more easy and quiet than
any other machiue at live times the price.
Uses the strong straight needle.
Marvelously true in every motion.
Kews the finest, firm and lastinc stitch.
Makes the only seam that can not be ripped
Hr.2.rt without destroying the fabric The
strength, beauty cvcr.nesa and durable qualities
of which have long been acceded.
ii. ii ... ; i . .: i i . r 1 1 ,.
t ill sew auyimng il is jjotaiuit; xor a ueeuiu lu
Will do every description of sewing ever done
on any other machine no matter what the price,
and with less trouble.
Will hem, fel, tuck, quilt, braid, cord, bind,
gather, ruttic, shirr, pleat, fold, scollop, roll, em
broider, run-up-breadths, &c, &c., with aston-i.-hing
easo rapidity, and neatness.
Has received testimonials of its merits from all
sections of the country, marks of distinguished
consideration seldom voluntarily accorded to an
invention ot similar domestic usefulness.
Our many New Attachments, Patented Aug.
lfi, UJ70; Sept. 2G, 1871; July 7, 1872. Made to fit
all machines, are the attainment of precision in
mechauieul accuracy for rendering it easy for
even those who never saw a machine before, to
do the finest kind of fancy needle work, other
wise diHicuIt and tedious, with the utmost ease
and rapidity. Simple is construction. Needs
no teaching. Money refunded after thorough
trial, if not satisfactory in every particular.
Cash Prices of Machines Machines with plain
table, iron stand and treadle, complete with all
the necessary fixtures for immediate use, $20.
Machines, with cover, lock and key, half ease
style, t-J- Machines, with cover, drop leaf, four
side drawers, locks, keys, Arc., three quarter cab
inet style, ilO. Machines with enclosed table,
side drawers, paneled folding doors, locks and
keys, full cabinet style, $75.
Tables are of various styles, materials, mount
ings, richness of design, 4cc, according to price.
Machines carefully selected, securely packed
and shipped as freight to any part of the world.
Sate delivery insured on receipt of price without
further charges. Descriptive books with illus
trated cneraviugs ot the different styles of ma
chines and attachments, large profits, testimoni
als, samples of sewing, liberal inducements to
convassers. Wholesale prices, &c. forwarded
free of charge upon application. Exclusive
agency for large territory grated gratis to re
spectablc, enterprising business men, clergymen,
teachers, inc.,- who will introduce the extraordi
nary merits of our goods to the people of their
locality ami supply the increasing demand.
J. Thomson, Hanna & Co.
JO J liroiMlwuy, X. V.
IMPROVE YOUR POULTRY.
It costs no more to keep
good fowls than poor
Cor. Sixth fc Castro Sts,
Season of 1875.
EGGS FOlt HATCHING
From the largest and best bred Fowls in
Carefully packed and warranted to carrv
safely any distance. The varieties
Dark and Light Brahmas, BufT and Part
ridge Cochins, White Ix-ghorns, IlouUans
and Silver Spangled Ham burgs.
Black Spanish, White Dorkings, Golden
Polands, Aylesbury Ducks, and Game.
Sebright and Black African Bantams.
Bronze Turkeys, the finest collection on
the Pacific coast.
S7"Send stamp for illustrated circular
to GEO, It. HAVLFA-
Importer and Dealer of Choice Poultry,
Box 630, San Francisco.
Please stsite what paper you saw this ad
vertisement in. febl9m3
MRS. A. M. BRAYTON,
AS LOCATED IN OREGON CITY,
and is prepared to do all kinds of
Just as good, and cheaper, than can be
done in San Francisco. She also manu
factures hair, straight or tangled, Into
SWITCHES, CTJKLS, AND FEIZZETTS.
Nice, Fine Hair Switches for sale, at
from $5 to$l.W
A full line of Imitation Goods at San
Those wishing work done, or to purchase
will do well to give her a call before going
All communications by mall promptly
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Instructions given in fancy work.
Silver card-board for sale.
December 18, 187I-6m
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AXD IMPORTER OF
HICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can oe nau in niv otiiir-, av -
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
ST warrant my goods as represented.
1,000 DEER SKIIIS
' W. ANTE D,
! AND ALSO,
ALL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES, FOR
which I will pay the hlghes market
price in cash Bring on your hides and get
your coin for them.
JOHN SCHRAM; -
Saddle and Harness Maker" "
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, l873-m3.
DR. JOHN WELCH
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Hltrhest Cash Price Paid for County
STFor the Very best Photographs, go to
Eradlex fc Rri.oFsojf8 Gallery witJa. an
Elevator, 429 Montgomery Street, San
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
St. Charles Hotel Buliain.J
Southwest Corner Front and Morrison Sts.
Of the LATBtiT STYLES of all Kinds
Bought of the Manufacturers East and
In Ban rrauclscn,
And will bo Sold at
UNPRECEDENTLY LOW PRICES.
Our AGEXT Kant has sent u. Telegram
uaiiiiK Miai our urdn lor a
Boots and Shoes
Have boon Filled, and
GOODS SENT BY RAIL.I
We Shall continue to Receive by every
aienmer lare invoices ortliese
Goods until our Stock is j
Full and Complete,
A SMALL. LOT OF
DAMAGED BOOTS AND SHOES
On hand, which must be sold for
ANY REASOXABLn OFFER
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
St. Charles Hotel Building.
Southwest Corner Front and Morrison Sts.
G. A. PEASE & CO.
October 30, 1874.
WAGON AWD CARRIAGE
M A I IT FACTORY !
JL having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner of Main and Third Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of Informing his old pa
trons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared,
with ample room, good materials, and the
very best of mechanics, to build anew, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort ot a vehicle from a
com mon Cart to a Concord Coach . Try me.
Blacksmith! nj;. Horse or Ox Shoeing
and General Jobbing neatly, quickly, and
cheaply,done. DAVID SMITH.
Tho standard remedy for Courhs, In
fluenz, fiore Throat, Whoojnnq Ctough,
Croup, Liver Complaint, Bronchitut, Bleed
ing of th IsttTujs, and every affection of the
Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Con
sumption. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry does
not dry up a cough, but loosens it, cleanses
the Lungs, and allays irritation, thus re
moving the cause of the complaint. None
genuine unless signed I. Butts. Prepared
by Seth W. Fowler fc Sons, Boston. Sold
by REDniNGTON. Hostetter fe Co., San
Francisco, and by dealers generally.
j. r. WARD.
GEORGE A. HARDING.
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
Drills and. Chemicals,
Combs and Brushes,,
Shoulder Braces JPancy and
Kerosene Oil, Lamp Chimneys.
Glass, Putty, Paints, Olli,
, varnishes and' Dye Stuffs,
PURE WOES AND LIQUORS FOR UE
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
"Physicians Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swered. 7"Opcn at all hours of tho night
KrAll accounts must b paid monthlv
nov6tf WARD & HARDING.
W. II. IUGHFIELD.
Established since '49, at the old stand.
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon.
An assnrt,mpTf nf 1t.Ka0 T,.i
ry.and Seth Thomas' Wight Clocks
on u rr mtu are warranted to De as
Repairing done on short notice, and
nkful for past patronage.
$5 $20 11 Trm'
lfebly O. ST IX SOX A Co., Portland, M.
STATE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
FOR THE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
informaiion to .Immigrants and in
tend Em Igrants to Oregon, now in foreign -countries
and sister States, and for circu
lating such information abroad by this
Poard, all persons in this State having
Farms and Lands for Sale or Rent, or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward tothis Doard as soon as- possible de
tailed descriptions of their Farms and
Lands, Location, I'riee and Terms of Sale,
or conditions of renting; and all persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or other
Laborers, win please communicate direct
with this Board.
By instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILLIAM HELD.
5leblm A State Com'r of Immigration.
In the County Court of Clackamas coutif y.
State of Oregon :
In the matter of the estate of John Long, '
F O. McCOWN, Administrator of the
Estate of John Loner, deceased, with
the Will annexed, having filed his final
account and vouchers in the above entitled
estate, it was ordered by the Cotirt that
Monday, the 5th day of ADril. 1875. be set
for the settlement of said Estate, at which
time all persons interested can appear and
file objections to said account and final
F. O. JIcCOWX.w
Administrator of Estate of John Long,
with the will annexed.
March 8, 1875. wl
Executor's Sale of Real Estate.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that by virtue of an order made by the
County Curt within and for the county of
IJnn. State of Oretron. on the 4th day or
January, 1S75, in the matter of the estate
of Jfcidward . Aitree, deceased, we, juary
A. Aitree, Executrix, and r-dward Walden,
Executor, of the last will and testament of
the said Edward S. Aitree, deceased, will
Tuesday, the 13th day of April, 1S75,
at the Court House door, in Oregon City,
in Clackamas county. State of Oregon, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock in the morn
ing and 4 o'clock in the evening or that
dav, to-wit : at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M.,
offer for sale at public auction the follow
ing described real estate, belonging to the
said estate, and situate in said county of
Clackamas, to-wit : ine souiu nan oi mo
Donation Iand Claim of Edward S. Wilson
and wife, beins notification No. 787 and
claim No. 72, being parts of sections Nos.
188.8.131.52 and 28. in township z souin.
range 1 east, and bounded as fallows, to
wit: Beginning at a point 10 chains north
and 10 and 50-100 chains east of the south
west corner of said section 15, and running
thence west 40 chains, thence south 10&
chains, thence east J and w-iuu cnains.
thence north 13 and 50-100 chains, thence
east 30 and 50-100 chains, thence- nort h 83
and 37-100 chains to the place of begiuning
containing l&iX acres.
Terms. Said real estate will be sold for
gold coin of the United States, one-half
to be paid down on the day of sale, and
the remaining half in nine months, se
cured by mortgage on the premises.
MARY A. ALTREE, i,xecuirix.
Edward WAlden, Executor.
Johns Joxbs, Att'ys for Executors.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon.
ror Clackamas county.
S. I. Campbell, plaintiff,
Win. B. Campbell, John IL Campell.
Hector B. Campbell, Horace S.Campbell,
Ellen M. Wait and J. K. Wait, Mary E.
Luelling and Alfred Luelling, Charles A.
Campbell, Antoinette Toogood and her
heirs, Sarah D Grout and her heirs, and
Oregon and California Railroad Conpany
To John IL Campbell, Hector B. Campbell,
Antoinette Toogood, Sarah D. Grout and
Horace S. Campbell of the above named
IN THE NAMPJ OF TIIE STATE OF
Oregon, you, and each of you are here
by required to appear in the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Clackamas coun
ty, on or before the first day of the next
term of said Court, to-wit :
the 4th Monday in. April, A. D. 1875,
andanswertho complaint of the plaintiff
in the above entitled suit, or for want
thereof the plaintiff will take judgment
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint, which is or a partition of real
property in Clackamas county, State of
Oregon, of which the followfhg is a brief
description : Claim No. 59, being part of
section 25 in T. 1 S., R. 1. E., and claim No,
41, being parts of sections 20 and 30 in T. 1.
S., It. 2. E., both containing 643 and 81-100
acres. Also SO acres in the North West
portion or section 31 in T. 1 S., R. 2. E.
Also 5 acres in section 25 in T. 1 S., It. 1 E.
and in section 36, T. 1S..B.2 E.
This ssmmons is published in accord
ance with an order made by the Judge of
the above named Court, which order was
made at Chambers on the 24th day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1875. W, W. MOKEMXU,
marawO Attorney for Plaintiff.
lyTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
X Jennings Smith, Administratorof the
estate of John Albright , deceased, as such
Administrator, by virtue of an order of the
County Court of Marion county, Oregon,
will, at one o'clock i. si,, on
Saturday, the 3d day of April,
A. D. 1875, at the Court House door, in Ore
gon City, in the county of Clackamas, in
the State of Oregon, offer for sale at public
auction, the following described real estate,
to-wit: The north J of the donation land
claim in T. 5 S. K 2 E., of Willamette me
ridian, being part of the X. E. ii of the X.
E. of section 11; the S. W. of section
12, and part of-the E. H of the S. E. of
section 11, and part of the X. k of the X.
W. Vi of section 13, in the county of Clack
amas, in the State of Oregon, for gold coin
Feb. 20 1875 ;w4 Administrator.
The administrator of the above estate is
authorized to state t hat ir the purchaser
desires the south half also, the widow will
sell it for $250.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for Clackamas county.
Catherine Marchall vs Alfred Marchal ;
suit for divorce.
To Alfred Marchall, the above named de
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon you are hereby summoned and
required to be and appear in the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for Clacka
mas county, on or before the first day of
the term of said Court next, happening
after the expiration of six-weeks from the
Cublication of this summons, to-wit : on or
4th Monday in April A. D. 1875,
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff
in the above entitled suit, or for want there
of the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the said complaint
the relief prayed for being the dissolution
of the marriage contract existing between
you and the plaintiff, and decree against
you for the sum of hundred dollars.
This summons is published pursuant to an
order made by the Judge of said Court at
Chambers, dated the 20th day of February
A: D; 1875. JOIIXSOX & McCOWX.
feb26w8 Piffs Attorneys.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
person and estate of Volney C. Moss, a
IT APrEARIXG TO THE COURT FROM
the petition of S. W. Moss herein filed
that it is necessary, and will be beneficial
to the said Volney C. Moss, that the real
estate in the said petition described to-wit :
The undivided one-third of 480 acres being
the east halt and the south hair or the
west hair of the tract or land embraced in
Notification XOi t92, and being parts or
sections 23, 24, 25 and 28 in Township 3
Southj Range 1 East or the Willamette Me
ridian, and bounded as follows, to-wit : be
ginning at a point 5 And 30-100 chains west
or the south-west corner or section 23, T. 3
S., R. 1 E., running thence south 46 chains,
thence east 74 and 50100 chains, thence
north 86 chains, thence west 74 and 50-100
chains, thence south 40 chains to the placo
or beginning, the said one-third containing
160 acres of land, be sold for the mainten
ance and support or the said ward Volnev
C, Moss, it is therefore ordered that 8. W.
Moss, Dorcus M. Moss, Walter 8. Moss,
John M. Moss and half brothers M. G.
Richardson, A. L. Richardson, and S. D.
Richardson, and sister H. L. L. Moss, the
next of kin of the said ward, and all persons
interested in the estate of said ward be and
appear before this Court on the
5th day or April, 1875,
ahd show cause. If any there be, why a li
cense should not be granted for the salefof
such estate. And that this order be publish
ed three successive weeks in the Oregon
City Enterprise. . . . r
XT. W. RAXDALL,
marSw : County Judge.
A HQFX3rtBOaST HORSE PCB-
jOL. feotly sate. , Appry w