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OREGON CITY, OREGON, JAS.li.lS75.
XOTICK. XoCVrtliieute of implica
tion will le driven until our ffciarc
paid. We shall make no deviation ron this
rule in future.
Porsons knovlnr thorns"! vr-s indebted to
mo for subscription or otherwise, ar3 here
by notified that payment must be made
without further delay. It is a matter of
great importance to me that I close up my
business.-. Having already earned what is
due mo, I cannot afford to spend my time
In waiting the pleasure of those indebted.
I hope those interested will pay proper at
tention to this notic", Persons can find me
at the Enterprisk oltiee, or when not in,
Mr. Penient will receive and rec-ipt in my
name. Money may be iorwaraeaio nie oy
xpress, registered letters or postal orders.
Dec. 3. 1875. A. Noltser.
Coming Lewis IJrothers.
At Popes Hall, on Saturday and
Monday evenings, Jan. 15th and 17th,
we are to have the celebrated Lewis
Brothers, of whom we have good re
port, and we heartily-recommend them
to the public. Their entertainments
are of an order that is appreciated by
the cultivated classes. The exchange
we have received are loud in their
praise, of which the following extract
from the Albany Democrat will attest:
"One of the most commemdable en
tertainments ever given in our city by
a traveling organization was presented
at Paeiiic Opera lions on .Saturday
night, by the Lewis Culmination. The
performance was highly appreciated
bv the large audience assembled, which
We are pleased to say was not like the
generality of exhibitions heretofore
visiting lis, and in common with our
people we vote it meritorious in every
respect. Oregon has, we can safely say,
leeu ituivosed upon by nefarious exhi
bitions and tricksters more than any
other Statu in the Union ; consequently
of late, the majority of entertainments
have received but meagre encourage
ment. The Lewis Culmination is an
exception, and all who attend are suro
to pronounee it praiseworthy In every
reeot. The feats and delusions were
new, and presented with beautiful
paraphernalia and effects. The jug
glerv was extraordinary : as a mesmer
ist and magneti.er, Mr. Lewis stands
without ah equal, we dare say, in the
world. Our sides fairly ached with
irrepressible laughter at the odd antics
of those under his control. Peal upon
peal of laughter, which fairly shook
the building', followed each act of the
subjects. We cannot refrain from
pronouncing Prof. A. Cayhel as a vio
linist the best that has ever appeared
in this part of the State. The guitar
playing by Mr. Lubin, was excellent;
ami the musical gems on the piano by
M iss Irene Watson, were rendered in
good style. The tableaux of statuary
by a number ot young ladies were
bcautifull anil the sconce from life and
living pictures by M 'He. Cecil DcCour
eey, were really fascinating.
Proceedings of the County Court.
Court adjourned on the 11th, having
leen in session since the 3d inst. The
term yvas taken up principally with
hearing reports of road supervisors
anil applications for reduction of taxes
of dith rent taxpayers.
Case of- Ilawley Doild it Co. vs.
forum liros. came up tor hearing
Judgment given by default.
In the matter of the estate of Isaac
Capps, deceased final report was made
and securities discharged.
S.tle of property of Voluey C. Moss
Petition tiled and viewers appointed
to locate a road leading from Pahna
teer's Si ttlement to Philip Linn's.
Report nf viewers tiled in matter of'fi
rad from Oregon City road near
CMarshiield to Union school house.
Petition lilcd and viewers appointed
to locate a road leading from ierman
settlement of tiie north fork of Ivtgle
Creek to county road near Sandy.
Amount of bills -allowed 'not as
ceitained, will be given next week.
In 1 cm or him
J fan of Ore, ion J.od,;e JYb. 3, I. O. O. F.,
ftreyon City, Jan. 8, 1S75.
Wiiekeas, Heath has invaded our
ranks and taken in his cold embrace
our brother Wm. Hroughton, therefore.
Resolved, That we deeply sympa
thise with his bereaved family in their
loss of kind father and loved "husband,
that in view of our lost one who was
always hist, upright and honorable in
his dealings yviin us and his fellow
man, we wear the badge of mourning
and drape Lodge for .'0 days.
S. Ack HUMAN',
Sec re tar v.
Anothek PtoNEi.u Gone. M r. John
Crawford died at the residence of his
HouMn-law, Dr. S. D. Howell, near
Oregon City, Jan. Nth, 17(5. aged 74
years, months and 14 days. Mr.
Crawford yvas born in Augusta county,
Virginia, June 24. 1S01. He came with
his parents to Tennessee in lsil.aud
shared the toils of those early settlers
until 1S2S. Then he joined the pioneer
settlers who yvere moving into Arkan
sas He remained in Fayetteville,
Washington county, cultivating his
farm and rearing his family. Since the
death of his wife, 20 years ago, he has
lived yvith his children. In ls70 he
moved with some of them to Oregon,
having a strong wish to see and share
the experiences of the pioneers of the
Pacific Coast. Eight children survive
him, three in Oregon. Two daughters
stood by iiis dying bed. ministering to
him as 'they had done for many years.
He yvas little known among" us, but
his venerable look and quiet yvays
made the stranger feel that he was" a
Christian gentleman, esteemed and
loved. He died in the full faith of
Christ, having no fear, gently- breath
ing lus last as one falls asleep, lie
was a member of the Presbyterian
Church. His funeral services yvere
conducted by Rev. G. H. Atkinson on
the 10th inst. Let us honor the memory
of the pioneers of our continent in thfs
Centennial year of the Republic. Ar
kansas and Tennessee papers please
Lettek List. Letters remaining in
.the Postoflice, at Oregon City, January
Kramer, Miss Arminthy; Cooper
John L. ; Harrow, R. II.; E istrUh
Thomas; E-lwiston Lavina; Follard
G. ; Hanson, Carl ; Koppe, Otto; Kacnde,
Geo.; Moron, Mrs. Catherine : McKin
ney, I. 11.; Morris, Miss Rebecca;
Mack, Mrs. Sarah; Richard, The Hooi
man; Raymond. Charles; Swain, W.
II.; Selwyn, Mrs. Mariah; Tavlor,
Clara L. (2) ; Thompson. W. G.; Tuck
er, JJranch ; Vanover, Wm. ; Wood,
If called for please say when "adver
tised." J. M.Kacon, P.M.
CiiCRCir Report. Treasurer's report
of the Oregon City Baptist Church for
the year-ending Dec. 31st, 1875: Receiv
ed from Sunday collections 5141 73;
monthly contribution prior to June 1st,
$129. Received for pastor's support
since June 1st. $204 32. Total, $5:4 05.
The treasurer states that during the
elncient service of Rev. J. T. Hurt' and
wife, the church has received 21 mem
bers since June 1st 15 by baptism and
t by lotter.
As the stmmer Alice yvas leaving In
dependence loaded yvith wheat on
Tuesday, she struck a floating log, stav
ing a hole in her hull. The leak yvas
stopped after considerable trouble and
she reached the basin in safety but will
have to go into the dry dock for repairs.
The Markets. L-cal tenders, buy
ing S8; selling, 89. Wheat in Ore
gon City lias declined to 90 ets per bus.
Oats are worth 50 cents per bushel;
butter a? to 37 cents per pound ; egs 35
cents per dozen; chickens, sprin--82(H)
per dozen; grown, S:i 00; dried
apples, .Vf.Vi cents icr pound ; plums,
dried, 1212'i cents xr jjonnd ; pota
toes, 50tf55 cents er bushel ; bacon,
sides, 12 c. per pound; hams, 14 cents
per pound; wool is worth 22 cents per
KvAN(SEr.K'Al.. On Sunday night,
Capt. Wilkinson, Mr. Morse, and Win.
McCown, members of the Young Men's
Christian Association of Portland, ad
dressed a large audience at the Haptist
Churehin this city. They are all ear
nest workers in the cause of reforming
the erring, and will doubtless do much
The Fl-nkpai.. Tlie funeral of Mr.
William Uroughton on Saturday after
noon was well attended. The Odd Fel
lows turned out in a body to show their
esteem for their deceased brother, and
over the remains Rev. J. W. Sell wood,
of the Episcopal Church, delivered a
most eloquent panegyric.
Tkami, Thamp, At:. On last Sunday
night a man whoso appetite and capac
ity were each of a most prodigious kind,
wandered into the Cliff House pantry
and completely emptied it. The Hoe
says he was a tramp. Stearns ought to
know, lie stopped at the Cliir House
Elk Kii.lkd.-Albert Jones lately
killed a large elk near his homstead
claim on the north fork of Eagle Creek.
He saj-s deer have been plenty in his
vicinity during the winter, and he has
killed a large number of them.
Ckystai Wedhiso.- There was a
pleasant social gathering at the Cliff
House last Friday night, on the occa
sion of the fifteenth anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Rhodes' wedding day.
tlooi) Selection .The Pioneer and
Historical society of Oregon has engag
ed Kev. II. Atkinson to deliver the
fifth annual address at its meeting in
Portland, on February 22d, 1S70.
Damaged Flock. About 5K) sacks
of Hour taken from the sunken Gussie
Telfair have been returned to Miller
Marshall it Co. of this place, and yvill
be disposed of for what it will bring.
Early, ok Late ? Judge Randall
showed us some fresh cherry blossoms
on Monday morning, which he had
just plucked from a tree in his orchard.
Left Town. Our young friend Ed.
Holmes left on the last steamer for
'Frisco, where he
home for a time.
expects to make his
New Postokkici:. Dr. Jos. Castro
has been appointed postmaster at the
town of New Era, near Rock Island.
Dieii. In tlds county, Jan. 13th,
Miss Elgerene Wright, ag-.id 2d years 1
month and 10 da vs.
Crowded Oct Owing to pressure of
matter two communications have been
unavomaJdv crowded out.
Ihe beak of a saw-tish is exhibited
in a yvindow on main street.
l payer MEEi'iNrs.-N-oon-day prayer
meetings are being 1: dd hero.
Read Lewis Pros' ad.
The Olj-mpia Echo says: After two
miles and u half of road are opened
on the north side of Black river and
five miles on the north side of the
Chehalis river, the settlers pn the
north side of the lower Chehalis can
come to Olympia without fording
either of those large streams. This
will be a great convenience in the
They want oats at Olympia.
At his home, in this city, Jan. 7th, Wil
liam P.rouRhton, aod 44 years, 3 days.
Mr. William Hroughton, yvhose sud
den death yve are called upon to record,
yvas born in England January 4th, 127,
and yvas thus at the time of his death
aged 49 years and three days. He
came to Oregon in the year 1852, since
which time he has resided in and near
Oregon City, and been more or, less
identified yvith its general interests.
He had held several olhces of trust in
our city government, and had so ac
quitted himself as to gain the universal
resiK'ct and esteem of his fellow towns
men. He was a skilled mechanic, a re
spected citizen and a true friend, and
by many will bo greatly missed.
He leaves behind him a yvife and sev
eral children to mourn his loss. May
'the God of the widow and the Father
of the fatherless" comfort and support
them in this their heavy trial.
Do not Defy Providence by neglecting a
chronic cough or cold, when the-certain
antidotetothe.se dangerous complaints
Hale's Honey ofHorehocnu asd Tar
is obtained at every Drugstore in Ameri
ca. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in ono minute
Medical Science never cave t he world a
nobler boon than when one of its men of
genius gave us Dr. Wistar's I'.ai.sam of
Wild Cherry. Consumption, Coughs,
Colds and lironchitis can be cured. Take
it in time, and you will not regret it.
We Can't Talk
Without showing the condition of our
teeth. Every laugh exposes them.
In order not to lie ashamed of them let
use that standard dentifrice, ZOZO
DONT, which is sure to keep them
white and spotless. No tartar can en
crust them.no canker effect the eniimel,
no specie of decay infest the dental
bone, if ZOZODONT is regularly used.
It is a botanical preparation, and its
beneficial effects on the teeth and gums
are marvelous, as it removes all discol
orations, and renders the gums hard
Rev. Georgo H.Atkinson yvill hold
regular services in the Congregational
Church in this city, on the first and
second Sabbaths of each month. Morn
ing services at Hi ' o'clock. On the
hist Sabbath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o clock, v. m.
M. E. Church Rev. G. W. Dav, pas-
VithpatA? Sabbath School at
il,-.-1- dl preach at Holmes'
school house on
Pap ist Church-Elder Huff, pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath at 10'i A. M
Sunday School at 12 M. Prayer meet
ing every Wednesday evening at 7 pTm .
St. Paul's Episcopal Church -Morning
Service at 10:.W a. m., and Evening
Rible Class at 2 p. m. J. W. Sellwood,
Catholic Church-Rev. FatherGlbnev
pastor. High mass at half past ten :
Sunday school at 2 p. m.; Vespers at 4
p. r. '
A Remedy that has made its Mark.
Success is the meed of excellence.
The truth of this has never been more
forcibly exemplified than by the
triumphant career of Hostetter's Stom
ach Hitters. No sooner did the people
discover the genuine merits of that su
preme invigorant and corrective than
they hastened to stamp it with the seal
of lopularity. The press and medical
profession speedily followed in the
wake of the public, and emphatically
endorsed it. Thus from the very out
set the success of the liitters as a reme
dy and preventive was an established
'fact, and a degree of popularity which
it oiten takes proprietary medicines
years to attain, yvas achieved almost at
a stride by the then new preparation.
Since that time eve successive year
has yvitnessed fresh aecssins t. ti.
favor with which the Hitters were carlv
regarded, and the area of its popularity
is no longer confined to the United
States, but includes the British Pro
vinces in North America and the West
Indies, South America, - Mexico, por
tions of Europe and Australia. That it
is not only a remedy for dyspepsia.
constipation, biliousness, urinary and
uterine complaints, nervousness and
debility, but also a preventive of those
maladies to which air and water, im
pregnated with miasma, give birth, has
been nowhere so strongly evidenced as
in those regions where climatic condi
tions unfavorable to health exist, and
where the Hitters have been long and
constantly tested. To call this superb
cordial a remedy that has made its
mark, cannot, we think, be regarded as
boasting, since there is probably no
proprietary remedy more widely
known, universally respected anil em
phatically endorsed than these Hitters.
KVThe National Gold Medal was award
ed o bradley & Rulot'son for the best
Photographs in the United States, and the
Vienna Medal for the best in the. world.
42U Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Important. Endorsed bv the Medical
profession. DR. WM. HALL'S I5ALSAM
l'OKTHK LUNGS cures Coughs. Colds and
Consmption, and all disorders of the
Throat. and Chest. DR. TOWI.EY'S
TOOTHACHE ANODYNE cures in one
S. IjAXD Office, Oregon City,
Oregon, January 10, 1S70.
"lOMPlVVIXT HAVING HKE.V KX-
j tered at this olliee by K. J. Oervais
against James V. Ivennard for abandoning
hi.s Homestead Entry, No. 175, dated
.March 2S, ls71, upon r,ot No. 6, Section 14,
Township 1 south, Range 2 east, in Mult
nomah county, Oregon, with a view to the
cancellation of said cut ry : the said parties
rm hereby summoned to appear at this.
o.IPv on the SM day ot February, 1S7(, at
i'J o'cioek A. M., to respond and furnish
tesr i i non v concerning said alleged aban
donmtMit. OWEN W IDE, IlnUter.
jail.lw T. It. HARRISON', Receiver.
S. Land Office, Oreoon City,
Oregon, January 10,
HAVING BKEX EX
d at tins oince oy Harry Khlera
against Ira Reckard for abandoning li is
Homestead Entry, No. 2421, dated Sept. 22,
!.?, upon the n . y . 4 section 21, lown
ship 2 south. Rang;? least, in Clackamas
county, Or.'gon, with a viw to the cancel
lation of said entry : the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this oflua'
on ttliB iid day of February, ISTti, at 11
o'clock A. M., to respond and furnish testi
mony concerning: said allied abnndon
ment. ,OWKN WADE, ReqUter.
Jall-bv T. R. HARRISON, 'Receiver.
In the County Court of Clackamas Coun
ty, State of Oregon.
In the matter of the estate of Lorenzo
Stewart deceased. ,;
S STEWAKT .VDMIXIS-
of said Estate havinir filed in
said Court, his final account and prayer
for s -t t lement. of t lie same, persons in
tfrsledare notified that saiil Court lias
tppoiiiied Monday the 1 ft h day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1ST, lor the examinat ion of such
account, and the hearing (f exceptions
tht-eto if any ; and a s;eeial term of said
Cogrt is apiointcd at that time for said
juii.yNii.y iv. fi'ii y ,
Mtrst : Att'.vs fur Administrator.
J. M. FRAZER, County Clerk.
Oregon City, January 14. jalw:
In the County Court of Clackamas eoun-
tv. State of Oregon.
In the matter ol the Estate of David Ball
VV11F. MAY, ADMINISTRATOR
of the above entitled Estate havinir
filed his final account yvit h vouchers and
prayed the Court to appoint a day for final
settlement and the hearing of objections
to said linal account if any there be,
therefore it is ordered and adjudged by
the Court that Monday, the ltth day of
February ISTti, be s-t apart by t lie Court
for the hearing of objections to said ac
count if any, at which time all persons in
terested can appear and make their ob
jections if any they have, and it is further
ordered by the Court that a special term of
the Court be held at said time for said pur
pose. JOHNSON A McCOWX,
attest : -ltt'vs for Administrator.
J. M. FR.4ZEK, County Clerk.
Oregon City, January 14. ja :4w.
B. A. HUGHES,
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
BOOTS and SHOES,
GENERA L MERCHANDISE.
STOCK IS I.AHGK AND C'OM-
te in every department. I will
sell as cheap as any retail house in Port
land for cash.
I yvill pay the highest market price fo-
and all kinds of good country produco.
I keep the best .
TEA AND C0FFEE.
My motto is,
SMALL PROFITS AM) QTICK RETURN'S.
Please call ani see for yourselves that
the Goods at the old firm of B. A. Hughes
cannot be iwaten in quality or price.
I thank all my patrons for their liberal
patronage during the past year, and I hope
bv low prices and strict attention to busi
ness to merit the continuation of their
faVr" B. A. HUGHES. .
Oregon City, Jan. 3d, 1876.
Comity Scrip Taken as C'asli.
PHYSICIAN' .VXD DRl'Cr.IST,
Is your time to buy goods at low prices.
are now receiving a large stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance abou
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
"f ITE WILL SAY TO EVERYBODY BE
IT fore you purchase or so 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,
o Ladies and Gents
i o s, Hurd
and a great many othar articles too numr
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
We yvill also pay tho Highest Market
Oregon City. Sept. 23, 175 tf
Pii AGH3NE SHOPS,
oi.i;i;ox ciTV, oui:c;ox.
JTEAJI EXGIXES, SAW-MILLS,
FLOURIVtt MILLS, SHAFTING,
Iiilleyi, HuiilTer'a Hydraulic Pnnsjin,
GEARING, EOXKS, made to order.
Reapers, Threshing Machines, and all
kinds ot r-arming Machinery repaired in
the best manner. Farmers Iilacksmith
indone with neatness and dispatch.
Wheat Cleaners, Jackets, Iron and Zinc
siiakcr . Screens anil Perforated Plates,
made to order.
Agent for the
HOUSTON PATENT WATER WHEEL,
The Rest Wheel in Use.
Dec. 31, lS7.j:tf
HARDWARE, !?.0N A!.D STEEL,
Si ubs, Spokes, Rims,
'oak, ash and hickory plank.
XOKTHHUP t THOMPSON',
Dec. 31.1S75:m3 Portland? Orpjron.
IRRPSRflAL M S L L S,
o LaKocijuc, Savior & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour,
Middlings, Iran and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the sack.
MILLER, MARSHALL &C0.,
AY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
11K VT, at all times, at the
Oregon City Mills,
And have on hand
FEED and ELOTJrt
to sell, at market rates. . 1
Feed, must furnish sacUs.
BIBLES FOR SALE.
Tl'ST RECEIVEI). AXI) FOR SALE,
t at my Store in Oreiron City, a supply ot
P.ibles and Testaments. These books are
t he property of the American liible Society,
and are otrered lor sale as low as they can
be bought at. any similar I)eiosit.ory in
the State. Those wishing to purchase an
invtied to call and examine our stock.
Agent forlClackanias County.
OREGON' CITY. TIIE RIVAL OF BOSTON.
rn() MAKE. EVENTUALLY. OREGON
J Citvthe rival of Poston in the art of
Music, all that is needed is a ccod teacher
and every bod v to patronize him. Now is
the chance. Prof. Seliger is well known as
a thorough Master, and is reauy to givii
lessons on the Piano. iriran. Violin. Guitar,
Flute, Harmonica, Thorough Has, etc. He
has organized a German class, which
meets everv Monday. Tuesday Thursday
and Friday afternoon, at Prof. - Pope's
school room, from 4 to do clock. He is also
arranging a singing class, and has reduced
the prices so low that everybody will have
a chance to form their voices even for the
most difficult pieces, and to be on hand
when the great
OREGON CITY PEACE JUBILEE
shall take place. For particulars apply at
Mr. Levy's or ir. reiiinff's store, or ai
his residence at I ne viiu nouse.
Nov. 19, 1875 ;m 1
G. W. 1VALL1NG & SOX,
Fruit unci Ornamental
Trees, Evergreens, Grape
Vines, Small Fruits, Koges
and Shrubs, Cultivated and for Sale
AT OUR NURSERY,
All orders left at Rarlow fc Fuller's, our
agents in Oregon City, will be promptly
DUVOL, MILLER & CO.,
AT MOORE'S MACHINE SHOP,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
IIAXIPACTIBERS OP DITVOL'S
i-TA Patent Wheels for Vehicles of all
kinds. Also all kinds of
Done to order,
Vajjona and Carriages
.Made and Repaired, and all kinds of
Farmers' lilacksmithins done with dis
patch and neatness. Orders solicited.
Wagon and Carriage makers are invited
to examine our
And use them instead of Wooden Wheels.
We lit our Wheels to either Iron or
Thimble Skein Axles. decil-tf.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
NEWMAN & RHODES,
Transient Hoard, SI to S3 per Day.
Sinjrle Meal 50 cents.
Board per Week 5 OO
Hoard and Lodging-, per week SO 00
The Table will hf sltlnllil uritli llio ln:f.
the market affords.
Ball SuiiKrs furnished on short iin1or
and at reasonable terms. '
OV. 19, 1875 :tf
"EIIAVE TIIE FOLLOWING ItKAL
Estate for sale.
No. 1. Desirable building block lu Oregon
No. 2. lOO Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay; 8 acres in cultivation,
orchard,' good water: 15 miles from
Oregon City. Price $500, half down.
No. 3. Acres, 75 in cultivation : houses,
barns, wells, Ac. ; good orchard ; 6
miles from Oregon City. Price 1,50() ;
half down. Sell half place at same
No. 4. 5JI3 Acres, 25 acres under cultiva
tion, 5 acres orchard, good running
water; 125 acres open brusli land; ?i
mile from school house ; 8 miles from
Oregon City. 1,5110; half down, bal
ance in one and two years.
No. 5. Part of all the Barler farm, on the
river at Hock Island above Oregon
City ; $o per acre.
No. (J. Land on the river
City, cheap; part of the
good wood yard.
Barber claim ;
Other desirable bargains in Clackamas,
the best county in thi .State.
Any sne having money to lend can have
our services, free of charge, in managing
the same and selecting securities.
Persons wanting to borrow money can
get favorable terms by calling on us.
JOIIXSOX Si MtCOWX, and
JOHXSOX, MrCOWX & MAC'RUM.
Offices in Oregon City and Portland.
Nov. 12. 1S75 :tf o
In the County Court, of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackamas.
In the matter of the Estate of Curriu T.
To the heirs and other persons interested
in the Estate of Currin T. Kimbley, de
AirsiKItKAS,.THE 1JCLY APPOINT-
ed Administrator of saiil Estate has
filed in said Court, a petition praying for an
order lo sell the real property of said estate.
Now, therefore, in t he name of the State of
Oregon, you anil each of you are hereby
personally cited to appear in the County
Court ol Clackamas County, tstate of Ore
gon, on tin- first Saturday in February,
ISTti, that being the 5t h day of February,
1S70, and the first day of the special term
of said County Court, appointed by the
Court for the hearing of said petition of
said Administrator, then and there to show
cause, if any exists, why an order of sale
should not "be made as in said petition
praved for, said land being described as
follows : The W. of N. E. H of Sec. 10, T.
2 S., H. 3 E. of the Willamette Meridian,
situate in Clackamas County, Oregon, and
containing 80 acres more or less,
By order of
X. W. RANDALL,
Attest: County Judge.
J. M. Frazer, County Clerk.
? L. T. Barin,
Attorney for Adm'r.
Oregon City, January 5, 1876 :w4
In the County Court of Clackamas Count,
In the matter of the Estatef Hugh Cur
A LI, PKICSOXS IXTEIIESTFI) AHE
hereby notified, that I have filed my
account in the above ent itled case, aud the
Court has apixiinted Saturday, the 5th day
of February, A. I). 1870, at the Court House
in Oregon City, for the hearing of objec
tions thereto, and the settlement of such
GEO. .1 Cl'RRAX,
Attest : Administrator.
J. M. Frazer, County Clerk.
Oregon City, Jan. 7th, 4t.
In the matter of the Estate of Henry C.
"y-OTICE IS HEREBY OIA'EX THAT
the undersigned have been appointed
Executors of the last will of H. C. Sawtell,
deceased, by the County Court of Clacka
mas County, Oregon ; and that, all persons
having claims against the Estate of said
deceased. are required to present t hem with
proper vouchers to said Executors, at the
office of I Icelat & Eastii am, Oregon City,
Oregon, within six months from the date of
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon. December
20th, 1875. A. J. Sawtell,
dec21-t. W. O. Sawtell.
U. S. Last Office, Oreoon City,
Oregon, December 28, 1875.
CIOMPLAINT HAVINO BEEN ENTKR
J cd at this office by O. W. ltoork against
John 1. Berry for abandoning his Home
stead Ent rv, No. 1,700, dated Dec. 22, lS70,u p
onthe V.)4 of N.E.U.andtheN of N.WU,
section 12, township 2 south, range 3 west,
in Washington county, Oregon, with a view
to the cancellation of said entry : the said
part ies are hereby summoned to apjear at
this office on the 21th day of February, ISTti.
at 11 o'clock A. M., to res)Krd and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged aban
donment. OWEN WADE, Rcfiixter.
T. K. HARRISON, Receiver.
Dec. 31. 1875 :w 4
U. S. IjAnd Office, Oregon Crrr,
January 3d, 1876.
CIOMPLAIXT II.VYIXG IIEEX EX.
j tered at this office toy C. H. Stranahan
against Henry Schomaker for abandoning
his Homestead Entry, No. 2,535, dated
April 17th, 1871, upon the W.Ji of the 8. E.
V, section 30, township 3 south, range 5
east, in Clackamas county, Oregon, with
a view to the cancellation of said entry:
the said parties are hereby summoned toc
apiear at this office on the 12th day of
February, 1876, at 11 o'clock a. m. to n.
r spond and furnish testimony concerning
OWEN WADE, Register
T. R. HARRISON, Receiver.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders in the Odd Fellows Hall
Association, for the election of Directors
and transaction of other business, will be
held in the Hall of Oregon Lodge No 3
I. O. O. F., on Thursday, Jan. 20th. 'l876. at
7 o clock, p. sr. '
B A. J. APPERSOV Pros'
Attest : J. M. Bacon, SeCy ' tm
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, 1876. ja7 2t,
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OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
STEAMBOAT NOTICE !
Sti E. 1ST. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
everyday (Excopt Sunday, at7M o'clock,
A. M. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 2H o'clock, 1. M.
Will leave OREGON CITY for CORVALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Str. DA YTON,
Will leave OREGON CITY for McMINN
VILLE, I .A FAYETTE and DaYTON, and
all points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. leaves
the Basin at S o'clock, A. m., and connect
with the train at Canemah at 9, A. si.
Leaves OREGON CITY for HARRISBURG
and EUGENE and all intermediate points
Sti. Eaunio Iatton,
I-eaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate points bet ween twice ev
ery week. J. D. BILES, Agent,
Oregon City.February, II. 1874.
REVISED AND CORRECTED BY THE AUTHOR,
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J. H. SHEPARD,
T3oot and Slioo Store,
One door north of Ackerman Bros.
Boots and shoes made and repaired as
cheap as t ne cr.eapest.
Nov. 1, 1875 :tf
(Successor to Jacob Wort in an)
OREGOX CITY, OREGOX.
TTEEPS CONSTANTLY (IK TTAVn AT
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in a first class Grocery store.
K(oods delivered to all parts of the
City Free of Charge.
Highest Cash price paid for Potatoes,
Oats and other Produce.
Nov. 25, 1875. tf.
hen lheBlfKMl Rushes with rocket
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Husoes, vertigo and dimness of siyrht, it is
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CLEAR CREEK, CLACKAMAS COOTT.
I DESIRE TO INFORM MY OLDXT
tomers, and the public at large, that I
have Just rectved a new supply ot
BOOTS and SHOES,
CUTLERY, HARD WARS,
And Other Miscellaneous Goods.
All of which I now offer for aale at th
LOWEST MARKET RATED.
My object is to tell all my old friend and
customers that I am still alive, and desir.
ous to soil roods Cheap. FOR CASH, or
upon such terms as agreed upon.
I shall also have In ray employ a thorough
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
and constantly keep stock on hand for th
Manufacture & Repair of Boots k Short,
and all orders in that line will be promptly
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