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QBECOX CITY, OREGON, JULY 9, 1575.
Base Ball Game. Some of our
citizens made up a purse for the
champion base ball club of the State
and extended an invitation to Salem
and Portland to contest for the prize
which was accepted. The Portland
nine were made up from the Arcadi
ans and two from the Pioneers, and
the Salem nine from the various
clubs at that place. The Portland
boys chartered the Vancouver, but
owing to the large number of people
who desired to come the boat was
not larere enough and they
obliged to tow a barge to accommo
Ata the people. At least six
dred came up. They arriv
about 1:30, and at 2:10 the game
commenced. There was at least fif
teen hundred people on the ground
to 'witness the game. The Salem
club was first to the bat, and when
the game commenced, the
bovs were the favorites
cranio was regarded by many as set
tied before it commenced in their
favor, and hence but little betting
was done on the ground. But the
Salem boys soon gained the confi
dence of' the crowd on tho first in
ning, and made five runs, while the
Portland boys made but two. On
tho third inning they stood twelve
to four arid kept ahead to the end,
winning the game by 31 to 1G runs.
The result surprised all present, but
in our opinion, the Salem boys can
get away with the nine played last
Monday every time. The feeling
between the two clubs seemed as
good as could bo expected,
and the umpire gave his decisions
promptly and to the general satisfac
tion of the players, llie game was
an excellent one, and while our Port
land friends got beat, they need not
feel ashamed of it, for the Salem
nine will be hard to beat by any club
in the State, as they are in good trim
ana liavo no disposition to lose a
point that can bo made in the game
This leaves Salem the champions of
the htate; lhe amount of money
raised for tho successful club was
f xx WsoDiNo.-Tho residence of nature ordains, equal in force and
cp.eUJy CLU, ? f
List Monday evening, being the ocua- ! m cfntuiT to produce a perma
sion of the celebration of their tenth Dent Solil correciou in the minds of
anniversary. They were the recipients j thinking men and women bv work
of a larire. amount of exn-iient "
ware, and the people showed in their ; ing uesire UP to a fever heat that
hearty PXprcssioilS of cnncratnUfinna ! nmnnnU tn
.1 i , , ----e,- .... u ucuu lur me i me.
they may both live to clebrate many
vvuii..6 uuiut;ranes or lueir happy
Lf.tter L.ist. The followintr is a
list Of tho Ijftttera remaining in thu
Post-offlce at Oregon City, July 2, 1875 :
fisher, jzra Rev Foulin Sarah
arlpw, V. n- Fisher. Old
manent revolutions of thought are
oniy to do produced by appeals to
common sense and judgment of the
thinking part of community; never
by appeals to the uneducated and to
children. A On.Bvrp
"- .Man. iuercnant : liavi ir0,,.,r it" .
- Harvey YV C ; Herring. R. C: Ken
nun- j ., z. roi.: teasel. Henry;
ed here t ineV" V,i0inas; Wilcox, Win.; War-
letters held for nostafr. t.. t n
Smith, Salem. Oresron: S.mfcnl' v'
Sprague, Oysterville, W. T Miss
Mary A oung, Oak Point. W. T. :
Dr. 1j. J. Wardlow. St. T.o.iiv tn
ana wnen Miss I.ottio Howard, Tekaesho.'Mich.; t u
i Portland Geo. r lemming, Springwater, Oregon, to M
, and the . If called for, plea.sesav when "adver- north
J. M. "Hacox, P.M.
Ckleotiatioxs. Celebrations were
held at Damascus, Nortons and near
Parrott's camp ground in this county,
the first on Saturday and tho rest on
Monday. Mr. Ij. T. Iiarrin. of this eitv
delivered the orations at Damascus and
Norton s, and Mrs. Duniway at Par
rott's. In all the places they had a
very pleasant time. .
Fine Ball. A grand ball was given
at Pope's Hall last Monday evening.
which was well attended. The music
was excellent, and the hall well filled
wun me beauty ana fashion or our
ce, with a number of visitors from
lem and Portland. Geo. Hardine
was the manager of the affair, and his
reputation tor niakinz such thintcs a
success is beyond question.
All Right. Mr. Ben. F. Wardwell
called at this olfice last Monday, and
left a card for publication, to inform
his friends that himself and family are
all right and that he was not on the
steamer Senator, conseouentlv not
mown up. lie proposes, in future, to
keep his friends posted as to his where
abouts, sp as to avoid unnecessary fears
DisoKArEFiri.. It is a matter of
regret that wo are compelled to say
that the cionduct of certain individ
uals who accompanied tho base ball
players from Portland last Mondav,
was such as to stamp them anything
but gentlemen. It seems that some
of them came up to "take the town
and cominenced their work at the
hotel, by: kicking up a fuss in order
to get ndj of pa-ing for their din
ner. We.are also informed that their
conduct iti tho dining room was most
disgraceful and unbecoming, and on
the base ?)all grounds it was any
t ung but'decent. e do not excuse
those of oiir own citizens, no matter
what the causes were, in using inde
cent and boisterous language in the
prosenc? of ladies and children; but
from what we can learn, tlie hood
lums fram Portland sought and ag
gravated the case. It looked as
though hud thero been a particlo of
show, these chaps, us soon as they
found the' L'ortlanders wero getting
bally boiiten, would havo broken
up the rr.imo in a row, but tho
prompt action of the officials put a
stop to it, and caused a couple of
them to be put under arrest. To
show the utter lawlessness of snmo
of these hoodlums, when tho Sheriff
male the iirrcit, and all knew that
he was an1 oflicer, they made an at
etompt to tjike . the fellow from him,
and had l;hoy not found out that the
people of 'this place would sustain
their ofiirs, in all probability they
would have made the attempt a suc
cess. The whole proceeding was a
disgrace to those engaged in it, and
wo only rhgret that so many of the
best citizens of Portland were found
in such ci mipany. and who undoubt-
I iukd Up. Firo was started in the
iron furnace at Oswego last Friday,
ana 11 was expected to commence
smelting last Tuesda3'. The works have
ueen piacea in gooa oruer ana it is
expected that there will be a long un-
lniorrupiea run mis nine.
Oswkoo. The steamer E. N. Cooke
towed up the Gussie Telfair to Oswego
last Monday, tho latter having
180 tons of lime on board for the Iron
works. This is the largest vessel that
has ever been up the river so far. and
Capt. Miller informs us that she came
up without the least trouble.
Just So. Wo don't care because its
none of our business but we would like
to know how it is that hoarv headed
old christians can hug and kiss pretty
rii Is in churches, while we poor, de
generate sinnors are not permitted to
muuiiio in a similar luxury without
IIkakpFkom. lly private letter from
Y . Y . Moreland, Ksq., formerly of
this citv, we learn that lie has located
at Healdsburg, California. His many
fri'iids here will bo ulad to hoar of his
prosperity and success in his new
SUMMARY OF STATE N'EU'S.
The Oregon Granaer
Burkhart left in our sanetnm last
Tuesday, a sheaf of red clover grown
on his farm near this city, the aver-
wuicu was nve feet ten
inches, many single stalks being fully
oijl ice i, lung.
On last Fridav. a lr, 1 nnffinrr
r. "William Ri'Iph liiMnn inih
part of Benton ronntv.
caught fire from the burning of some
brush, and was entirely consumed,
together with a header, mower, gang
plow, walking plow, and other farm
ai. The farmers have made uu a pool
of 70,000 pounds of wool to be stored
at the farmers' warehouse in Albany.
A large share of it is already delivered.
George S. Johns, of Hillsboro, has
sent 130 kinds of insects to Wash
ington by order of tho bureau of
The Salem Record of June 20th
says: lwo men on the steamer Ciov.
Grover, Jo Dougherty, mate, and
Kelly, deck hand, were arrested yes
terday on complaint of Indian Agent
Brown, examined before U. S. Com
missioner, P. Li. "Willis, and held in
one hundred dollars each to answer
to the U. S. District Court the charge
of giving liquor to a couple of Indian
women who were employed as ser
vants in good families in Salem.
T. "W. Davenport, of Silverton,
writes to - the Salem Record as f ol
lows: A complete list of all the men,
women and children immigrating to
Oregon to the close of tho year 18G0
is desired for future reierence, am
in order to add to the interest which
would attach to such a compilation
some other facts accompany them
the whole being in tho following or
der: 1st name; 2d time and place
of birth: 3d place from which emi
grated to Oregon; 4th tho year and
minor dates, and tho time of amva
Two Burleigh drills, air compres
sors, and two boilers and engines,
are to be added to the machinery at
the Virtue mine in Baker county.
Ilev. J. II. lloork has been ap
pointed financial agent for the Uni
versity for the coming year, C. W.
Shaw having resigned that position.
Last Friday, while Mr. R. Figg
and family, who live near Eola, were
at the campmeeting at Dixie, their
house was broken open and ransack
ed. The thief took $0 in coin, be
longing to a hired man on tht place,
that w us iu m tmnk, but did not dis
turb anvthing else.
The AldiS'E. The Aldino for June,
(No. 13 of the current series) has come
to hand, and it may be called one of
the most substantial numlers of the
publication which has yet appeared
appealing, uirouB""i. "e most re
fined and elevated sentiments. This
fact is especally notable in several of
the illustrations, ''Mother's Darling,"
the first, beins; a periect apothesis of
that holiest and most seu-sacrihcing of
affections conveyed by the name:
while in two companion-pictures. "The
Helping Hand," and "Saved and
Liost, tne story ui man s spiritual
peril and his only abiding refuge is
told most strikingly, lhree fine pic-
ures open the promisea aeries of "Pic
turesque urope, in -a aterfall in
the Pyrenees, "a gem of Albert Rieger,
the orieinal of which formed one of
he leading art-attractions at ienna in
1IS73 and two charming ovals, "Sur
mont on the Bonze," and "The Heron's
Iiock," both from picturesque Au
vergne. The other full-paged pic
ture of the number is a graphic "Battle
of Bunker Hill, following out the
patriotic Centennial series commenced
three months ago making up a whole
of quite the avearge Aldine excellence,
which is all that need be said. The
Aldine Oompony publishers, 58 Maiden
L.ane, New York City.
7"The National Gold Medal was award
ed o Bradley fc Rulofson for the best
Photographs In the United States, and the
ienna Medal ionne dl-si in me world.
429 Montgomery Street, Ban Francisco.
Proposals for Wing Dams,
. Willamette River.
U. S. EXGIN'EER OFFICE. )
Portland, Oregon, June 24, 1S75.J
SEALED PROPOSALS VILL EE RE
ceived at this office until 12 o'clock M.
of Jul-23, 1875, (when they will be opened
In the presence of bidders), for building
8,XK)feet (more or less) of wins damson
the upper Willamette Kivcr, and removal
Bidders will state the amount in United
States currencv lor which they will con
struct the dams per lineal foot, and remov
al of rocks per cubic yard. Detailed speci
fications, with blank forms for proposals,
can be obtained at this oflice.
The dams are to be built at such locali
ties on the river as the United States En
gineer in charge shall direct.
The dams will consist of logs laid on the
river bed tho entire length of the dam, fas
tened by drift bolts to small piles driven to
a depth of five or six feet, the piles being
fifteen feet apart. This is to be covered by
a one foot layer ol brush tied into bundles
and covered with a cubic yard of gravel to
every ten feet of dam.
Bids must be in triplicate, on forms furn
ished from this office, and endorsed "Pro
posals for Wing Dams, Willamette River."
The right'is reserved to reject any and
Mo jor of x ngincers.
July 2, 1S75 2v
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Front Strct-t, Corner Ii, PORTLAND, OG'W
JAMES DOL AIM,
Is your time to bny goods at low prices.
are now receiving a large stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, wh i. will soli
AT LESS THAN PORLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
MBR C HA 2T2 IBB.
Xear Boone's Ferr'. Julv 3iI.bvJ.
V. tirahain. J. I Mr. Absolom li.
Stwup and Missf Noma Ueavert, all of
Clackamas county .
The Public Confidence Well Placed.
Although the world has been seeking
specifics for disease many centuries, few
indeed have been found. Prominent
Lunong these feV is Ilostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which years ago received the
endorsement of the medical profession,
and was hailed by press and public as
the great renovant and preventive of
the age. And with good reason, since
to the weakened stomach it gives
strength, to the torpid liver activity, to
the disordered bowels recularitv. and
to the shaken nervous system firmness
and tone. Under its benignant influ
ence healthful vigor returns to the de
bilitated and wasted frame, the llaccid
muscles become compact, the wan as
pect of ill health is replaced by a look
of cheerfulness, the mind ceases to des
pond, and flesh is developed upon the
attenuated frame. There is no exag
geration in this statement. It is as fcrue
as that the system is subject to disease
Were proofs required to substantiate
the reality of the comprehensive effects
of the Hitters, there is probably not in
existence a medicine in favor of which
such a mass of concurrent testimony,
from the most respectable sources.
could be adduced. But the ellicaejr of
the nation s alterative aim invigorant
has been a matter of universal knowl
edge too long to need anv such corrob
oration. The fact that it has its largest
sales in those portions of the North and
South American Continents, Mexico,
and tho West Indies, in which atmos
pheric limueiices preiudicial to health
exists, proves what confidence is felt in
its remedial and protective virtues. In
localities where levers of an intermit
tent type prevail, especially, it has
eomo to be regarded as an indispensa
Board and Lodging per week $5 00
Single Meals : 25
ft'onveyarico to the house tree of charge.
May 2t, lS7o XI
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
WHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be had in the atate, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
"l warrant my goods as represented.
WEWILLSAT TO EVERYBODY BE
t t fore you purchase or go to Portland,
come and price our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats. Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
tA J D
Books and Stationery.
also pay the Highest Market
1.000 DEER SKINS
W ANTE D,
I.T, OTHER KINDS OK HIDES. FOP.
which I will pav the niches market
price in cash Brinii on your hides and get
your coin forthem.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, lS73-m3.
Oregon City. April 9, 1875 tf
OREGON STEAMSHIP GO.'S
edly felt iieartily ashamed of their
coniluct.ATho.se yonnr men who
played I the jame acted tho part of
eiitleuil 1 and had no connection
with thiiJisturhers. Wo trust the
next turn, that Portland people are
Skiiksadku. The Oregon City String
Band were out serenading several of
our citizens last Wednesday night.
W'c return thanks to the band for the
compliment paid, us on the occasion.
Tho music was beautiful, and showed
that the hand has made remarkable
In Tows. Mr. 1. 1$. I lanna, formerly
a citizen of this place, has been in town
"Rev." E. P. Hammond.
iuvited to this place they will be able
to le.ivo their hoodlums at home.
1f..tu of I vii Smith. Mr. David
Smith, an old citizen of this place, died
at his residence on last Friday evening,
after a short illness. Mr. Smith had
iK'en a resident of this place since 1S33,
was one of our most enterprising and
nergetic mechanics, ami possessed of
those characteristics which go to make
up a useful and valued citizen in anv
community, lie was thoroughly de
voted to the advancement of Oregon in
manufacturing, and to this end cm
ployed all his means, and had just
ulKMit begun to realize the object for
vhich ho had devoted his many years'
residence here. lint death has put an
end to his earthly labor?, and Oregon
City has lost a valuable, good, honest
and enterprising citizen, one whose
place will not bo easily tilled. He was
about 4-y rears of age. lie was buried
last Sunday by Fountain Hose Com
pany Xo. 1, of which he was an active
and" worthy member, assisted hy the
entire tire" department. The funeral
was largely attended, showing the re
spect and esteem entertained for him
by our people. Peace bo to his ashes.
AsxivEiwART.-Xext Sunday will be
the tenth anniversary since the Rev. J.
W. Sell wood commenced his labors in
this parish as Rector of St. Paul's
Church, and he proposes to preach a
sermon on that day appropriate to the
occasion. This shows the high appreci
ation held for Rev. M. Sell wood in this
place. We doubt whether there is an
other instance on record in Oregon
where tho people have been satisfied
with the same Rector for that length of
time, in the Episcopal or anv other
Church, and we are satisfied that our
whole community has become thor
oughly attached to him. He is a gen
tleman of excellent abilities, an honest
and sincere Christian, and devoted
solelv to the interest and spiritual wel
fare of the people among whom he has
so long resided. We trust there will
be a large congregation in attendance
t next Sunday morning.
Attkmttkd Captuke. Bro. E. P.
Hammond came up to this place last
Saturday with a lot of followers and
believers in his barbarous way of mak
ing Christians, and renewed his visit
on Wednesday. The view generally
entertained bv our citizens is, that the
show and display made resembles a
show and is a burlesque on what these
zelots profess. To us, it iooks line
blasphemy and will do more harm than
eonrk "An Observer" in this issue ex
presses our views in this matter as well
as wa could, iind we will dismiss the
subject with the hope, for the cause of
religion, that the thing is enaea ai least
so far as Oregon City is conceruea.
County Court. As sve go to press,
the County Court is in session. We
shall give their proceedings next week
Editoii Entekpkise: For the ben
efit of those who were not present at 1
tho religious services which were
held at the Baptist church, of this
city, on Saturday, allow mo through
your columns to give a brief sketch
of Bro. Hammond and his work.
Now, I do not propose to go into
detail or discuss the merits or demer
its of any othor person, who came
here with the "religious excursion,"
excepting Bro. Hammond himself.
While very many would think tho
man crack-brained, or monomaniac
on tho subject of religion, by watch
ing him carefully the delusion is
soon dissipated; nnd one comes to
see him as he is, a shrudo contriver,
a stndent of human nature, a man
quick to tako advantage of circum
stances, and with enough of inventive
genius to tarn them, generally, to
his own account. For it seems that
bo has discovered in this matter of
revival?, the mainspring of action;
and, by a systematic concentration
of psychological force, is able to
produce results nearly, if not quite,
as astonishing as the famous Daven
port brothers, or the wonderful Kato
King, and a host of others who em
ploy their various and almost marac
ulous psychological powers, not to
convert, reform and christianize the
the world, bnt solely for the purpose
of filling their coffers by merely con
tributing to the amusement of a cur
ious and fickle public.
Contrary to the old-stylo evangel
ists, Bro. Hammond does not allow
the "revival spirit" to "run wild
among harmeless children," but 'by
reducing his modus operandi, in
manner to a science, is able to so
marshal his forces and arrange 1
campaign as to at once reach the
most vulnerable and appreciative
part of his audience, and turn out
converts by tho score, as an enter
prising Yankee would turn out shoe
pegs or wooden nutmegs.
What may be the result of this
emotional (so called) religion, I do
not Know. When men become sc
fanatical as these we may expect any
thing, but no disinterested looker-
on can doubt the actual result.
Paroxymus of pain or fear or 6mi
religions enthusiasm -will ordinarily
pass away, leaving the reaction that
Mr. George Hammond, of Middle
bury, Vermont, says the Record, the
gentleman who has earned so envia
ble a reputation in this country as a
breeder of fine wooled sheep, and
who in connection with Hon. J. Li.
Orcutt, of Massachusetts, has been
doing so much to increase the value
of California wools by the introduc
tion of Merino blood, has for the past
few days been looking over this val
lev with a view of establishing an
agencv where reliable breeding ani
mals, direct from Vermont and the
East, may bo had; and also to see
what arrangements may be made for
the future 11urcha.se of wool in our
SAW AND PLA1HINQ MILL
.! KINDS ()!'
Saeii, :iiiil, Doors,
Ui-. WUtar'ii Itulsnm of Wild Cherrv
is "a combination and a form indeed" for
healing; and curing diseases of the throat,
lungs and chest. It cures a cough by loos-
entng and cleansing the lungs, and aiiay-
lB!r irritation: tnus rcmovxnu ine etitsr. in-
steud of drying up the cough and leaving
the disas'j behind.
llcv. Oaorgo 1 1. Atkinson will hoKl
regular services in the Congregational
Church, in this citv. on the tirst and
second Sabbaths of each month. Morn
ing services at 10 'i o'clock. On the
first Sabbath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o'clock, p. M.
Flooring, Celling, Sludlng tV KiiMfo.
Will fJuild all classes of Buildings.
Designs, Specifications, Bill of Material
.. COliB VTH.
Oregon City, May 11, 1S75 :tf
Stx 111. 1ST. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
evervdav Except Sunday, at 7J o'clock,
A. M. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 24 o'clock, P. M.
Will leave OREGON CITY forCORVALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each weeK.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE
Will leave OREGON CITY for McMINN-
VILLK. I iA FAYETTE and DaYTON, and
nil noints between, every Monday. Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. leaves
the Basin at 8 o'clock. A. sr., and connect
with the train at Oanemah at 9, A. m.
I will sell as low as any house in Orcgm for
CASH OR ITS EQ VIVALBJS'T
n Good Merchantable Produce.;
leaves OREGON CITY for IIARRISBURG
nnd EUGENE and all intermediate points
I am selling very low for
CASH 1ST HANDi
incnraitiri i(etoret. Iht not despair
oecause your physician shakes his liead.
Professional opinions are not Infallible ;
and they are never wider of the mark than
when they pronounce Chronic Disjcpsia
an incurable inn lad v. To mitigate its
pangs, the faculty usually prescribe nir, ex
ercise, and brantlt. The lirst two are God's
medicines ; the last is a satanic poison.
The only medicine needed in Dyspepsia
and its concomitants is Dr. J. Walker's
California Vi.vkoak Hitters, the great
vegetable tonic of the age.
Now Sistkk! She's got her back
up again, wo mean mstor .uuniway,
becauso we said something about her
wo weeks ago. She says she can't
make a man of a monkey. "V e see
that nature succeeded in her case of
making a monkey of what was in
tended to be a woman; again she says
she can't make a "whistle oat of a
pig's tail." We'll tako her word for
that, and would gently suggest that
she try heads for an experiment; but
ours is not at her disposal. Its
Died. Arnold Fuller, an old pio
neer of Oregon, died at his residence
in Corvallis on Sunday, tho 28th ult.
lie leaves a large family and many
friends throughout the State to
mourn his death. He was about 70
years of age, and came to Oregon in
It is seldom that we notice anything
in ine medical line, nor would wc now
unless we could bo convinced that we
are not doing our duty as a iournalist
in recommending to tho puhfie. the cel-
e orated, ootanical preparation ot Dr.
Henry. Whoever induces the victim
of scrofula or any other disease of tho
blood, to use Dr. Henry's Kxtract of
Sarsparilla, has begun a good work.
There is no question as to tho result of
this medicine it persevered in. It is a
Jturc euro for scrofula, rheumatism,
.Salt Rheum, and indeed all complaints
arising from vitiated or impure blood.
It is iust what a crood nhvsieian would
preseribo for these complaints, and we
confidently recommend it as being tho
lest article now in use. Dr. Henry's
Cough Balsam is the most affective
remedy for aifection of tho throat or
lungs that we have ever known. It
contains no deleterious drugs, and can
bo 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
preparation before tho public; the
most skeptical will be convinced by a
single trial. It will prove itself a friend
in need which no family should bo
CAPT. Z. C NORTON'S STORF,
XOUTOX, Clackamas Co., Oregon.
rpiIE l;MERSHifc.i -rv-I
nou nee that ho has Just received a
splendid stock of
IVjots and Shoes,
Crockery, Ktc. i:tc.
direct from New York. The stock is the
best and lamest ever brought to a store in
Clackamas county, and having purchased
it at greatly reduced prices. Is able to sail
it cheaper than goods have ever been sold
I am und-r obligations to my former
customers lor their liberal patronage, and
being ble now to accommodate them
bettor :t less prices than ever before, I ask
a continuation of their patronage, and so
licit the tradu of all new-comers and those
v-ho have not heretofore traded with me,
assuring them th:it I can give them as
o-ood bargains as can be had in the State.
" All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for -oods. tiive me a call and I will guar
antee to give you satisfaction. NfKTOX '
Clackamas Co., Oregon, Mar. 12, 18To.
Sti laimie Patton,
Leaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate points bet ween twice ev
er v week. J. D. BILES, Agent,
Oregon City.February, 111. S74.
J. P. WARD.
GEORGE A. HARDING.
WARD & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
Card of Thanks.
Oiikoo.n Citt, July 6, 1875,
Editor Enteuprisk Dear Sir:
Permit nio to publicly acknowledge
through your paper my appreciation,
and tender to the good citizens of Oregon
City my sincere thanks for their aid
and assistance in supporting me in tho
discharge of my official duty while at
tempting to prevent a disturbance that
at one time seemed probable in Oregon
City, on the 5th inst. With my thanks
to one and all for their cheerful sup
port, I remain your obedient servant,
J. T. Appkrsos,
. In Memory of David Smith.
The following resolutions we re adopt
ed by Fountain Hose Company, Jfo. 1,
at a meeting held at their hall on .Sat
urday, July 3d, 1375 :
Resolved, That this Company feels
with a profound sense its severe" loss in
the death ot our esteemed and beloved
brother David Smith.
Resolved, That the house of this
Company be draped in mourning for
Resolved, That this Company extend
to the bereaved widow and fatherless
children of our deceased brother our
sympathies in this their hour of afflic
tion, who are thus bereft of husband
and father, and we shall ever cherish
feelings of regard toward them.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the widow and orph
ans, and that a copy be furnished the
weekly Enterprise, with a request of
their puDiication, ana mat uiey fce
spread in fall upon the minutes.
J. M. Frazer,
W. II. High field.
Geo. A. Haas,
' " " Committee.
The "Ilonanza" for all.
Invalids, by nervous debility, desirous of
again feeling the vigor of health and vim
of svstem, should take a few bottles of Dr.
Henley's Celebrated I. X. Ij. Bittf.iis.
Iiefore one bottle is taken they will feel
the dawn of restoration, of returning
health. No case of dyspepsia, indigestion,
loss of appetite, rheumatism, kidney or
liver disease, has ever resisted its restora
tive power. Every part of the human
system requires and should receive suste
nance and support from the stomach, reg
ularly by the liver. If the stomach can
not supply the aliment required, the whole
system languishes. Fortify your organs
of life wit h these bitters, and in a few days
you will feci your whole system invigorat
ed ; for every disease arising from disor
dered liver, stomach or bowels, it is Inval
uable; it will revive your shattered sys
tem. Dyspeptics and persons of billious
habit should keep it within rrach, if they
value health and ease. 23raar3m
Important. Endorsed by the Medical
profession. DR. YVM. HALL'S P.AIAM
FOR THE LUNGS cures Coughs. Colds and
Consmption, and all disorders pf the
Throat and fhMt, DR. TOWLEVS
TOOTHACHE ANODYNE eurrs in one
TTOULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Greg"" City and vicinity that ho Is
prepared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUMBER,
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring, Celling, Rustic,
hpruce, (for shelving), Lattice,
Pickets, and Fence-Posts, Cedar,
Constantly on hand.
Ptrcct and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest not ice, at as low a rates as
it can be purchased in the State.
Give me a call at the
OREGON CITY SA II' MILLS.
Oregon City. June 10, ISTo :tf
T.rEEr CONSTANTLY ON
6, general assortment of
Druids unci Chemicals,
Combs nnd Ilruxlies, ,
Shoulder Ilrnccs Fancy a nd
Kerosene Oil, Lamp Chimneys,
UIuhs, Putty, Paints, Oil.
VarnUhrsand Dye Stuffs,
PIKE MINES AND WOKS FOR ME
PATENT XEDICIXES, ETC.
?PhysIcians' Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swered. tropin at all hours of the night.
tyAll accounts must be paid monthly.
novGtf WARD & II AHDLNO.
On the BTcKinzie River. Lane Co., Oregon.
CHARMING SIMMER RESORT.
Strayed or Stolen.
JTUtOM BEAVER CRERK PRECINCT.
1 one light-sorrel Rifleman mare,
hands high, of slim build, white strip in
forehead, plates on fore-feet, one white
hind foot, half way from the knee to the
hoof, was raised near Wheatland, am hill
county, and is six years old. Any one see-
u,inirnf a m n re of the above des-
Ki- in-inp-fnfT and leaving her at
hi. nmt.lhe residence of m. Sing
er or by addressing me at this place, will
be' liberally rewarded. ft ,VILLIAMS.
Oregon City, July 5, 1375.
THE PA.RTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between R. W. Worsham and
James K. Graham, doing business as
butchers, has this day been dissolved, by
mutualconent. Either of the parties are
authorized to collect outstanding accounts.
Persons indebted to the firm are requested
to settle their accounts on or before July
tOBetue R. W. WORSHAM,
1SU J. K, GRAHAM.
Oregon City, June 22, 1375 rwi
THIS COMPANY DESIRES TO INFORM
the traveling public that their road
across the Cascade Mountains, formerly
known as the "Old Emigrant Road," is
now open for the accommodation of Slock
Drovers, and will be in good condition for
wagons July 1st. The bridges and road are
being thoroughly repaired, and travelers
will lind no diuleultj- in crossing the moun
tains bv this route. Them is plenty of
watpr and grass all t hroughthe mountains
and the distance across is only 50 miles,
being the shortest, as well asth best, road
over the Cascade Mountains. Stock Drov
ers will find it to their advantage to travel
over this route. Toles reasonable.
S. D. COALMAN,
Clackamas Co.. June 21. 1875 .-tf
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
rriHE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
JL the Livery tetabie on b nth street.Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle and Ingn Horses,
Buggies, Carriages and Hacks.
Ho will also run a hack to and from the
WILHOIT SODA SPRINGS
during tneucamer season, with good
no9s,coair-eiesi ana gentlemanly drivers
FARE AT LIVING EATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 1873.
THESE SPRINGS ARE LOCATED
about hity-nve miles east ot r.ugene
Citv, and within four miles of thecolebrat
ed iiig Prairie of the McKinzle. They are
within a few hundred yards of Horse Creek
one of tho most famous trout streams in
Oregon. Deer and elk are very plenty near
these Springs, having been the resort for
ages of these animals. The grandest and
most picturesque scenery of the North Pa
cific. I have the bent buildings and the
best accommodations of any Sprinirs in
this part of the State. My bath house is
new, and is constructed with reference to
the wants of those visiting me from the
vaney. i aiso nave an excellent vanor
bath room constructed near the head of
the Spring, and in all things, I propose to
Keep up wirntne aemana lor an lnstilu
tion of this kind.
An experienced physician in attendance
at all times. Board and Ixxlging in good
style for those who prefer it. Animals can
oe pastured lor small cost, and be perfect
ly safe. A. N. FOLEY,
may 6 :tf Proprietor.
MRS. A. M. BRAYTQN,
HAS LOCATED IN OREGON CITY
and is prepared to do all kinds of
Just as good, and cheaper, than can be
done in San I-rancisco. She also manu
iactures hair, straight or tangled, into
SWITCHES, CTJULS, AND FSIZZETT8
Nice, Fine Hair Kwitclien for sale, at
from S3 to $15.
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 mail promptly
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Instructions given In fancy work.
Sliver card-board for sale.
December 13, 1374-em
CASH PAID FOR COLNTi ORDERS.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21, 1873.
The best way to
during the hot weather is to go to
Main Street, Oregon City,
and partake of some of his DELICIOUS
T.OJS - CEEAM
Ice-Creara delivered to any part of tha
city FREE OF CHARGE and made to
order. 3 apr22tf
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J the undersigned has been appointed
administrator of the estate of David Lall,
deceased, by the Hon. County Court , of
Clackamas county. State of Oregon. There
fore, all persons having claims against
said estate, will present the same to me.
properly verified, within six months .rom
the date hereof, at the offloe of Johnson &
McCown, at Oregon City. Clackamas ooun
ty. Staff Oregon. pAVTD F. MAT. "
Juc 17,1875. Administrator.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE AND v'RIT
of execution, issued out of the Circuit
Court of the ytate of Oregon, for the coun
ty of Clackamas, to me, as Sheriff direct
ed. In lavor of E. r. Kearney and against
Isaac Laswell and Itacheal rJ. Laswell,
for the sum of two t housand. one hundred
and fifty-four 11-100 dollars in gold coin.
with interest thereon at one per cent, per
month; and for the further sum of two
hundred dollars, in gold coin, for Institut
ing and conducting this suit, and for his
costs and disburscments,taied at fiity-four
Now, therefore, I have on this, the 27th
day of May, A. D., 1S75, levied upon the
following real estate, to-wit : Donation No.
4H, Xotification No. 6,917, being parts of sec
tions 2fi, 27, 34, and 39, T. 2, S. R., 3 E., In
Oregon City I.and District ; said claim be
ginning at a point 5.85 chains south and
7.90 chains west of the northeast corner of
section 31 ; thence north 80 chains ; thenco
east 55.00 chains ; thence north 1.90 chains ;
thence east 25.00 chains ; thence south SO
chains, to the west bank of the Clackamas
river; thence with the meanders of said
stream to a point 98 links west and 24.14
chains north of the southeast corner of sec
tion 26 ; thence south 28.13 chains ; thence
79.41 chains, to the place of beginning, con
taining 634 4-100 acres, in Clackamas coun
ty, Oregon, and on
Saturday, the 17th day of July, 1S75,
at the hour of eleven o'clock A. m. of said
day, at the Court House door in Oregon
City, Clackamas connty, Oregon, I will sell
all the right, title and interest of the above
defendants to the above descrilied real pro
pertv, at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash to me in hand paid, in gold
coin, to satisfy the writ of execution above
described, costs, accruing costs and dis
bursements. J. T. APPERSON.
Sheriff of Clackamas county,
Jum 3, 1S75 :wl Oregon.
The World is in Bloom. Nature wars
her Summer smlK. But the victim of Ner
vous Debility Is like a blighted branch in
the sunshine. Let him re-vitalize ton
and purify tils system with.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient.
and within & week he will feel like a uevj
man SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,