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PRECOX CITY, OREGON", MARCH l, 1S7C.
OTCE.X Certificates of'publica
lion will be (given, until our fcnrc
Miltl. make no deviation from this
rutr in future.
This troupe of vorlil-renowneu ar
tistes gave an entertainment at loie's
Itall in this city, on Tueslay niht.
Though the evening was fine and all
circumstances favorable to giving them
a full house, but a small audience was
present, and this among the people
who had crowdod the rooms of Jacobs,
the spiritualist, and pave the Lewis
Jlrothe rs crowded houses for three suc
cessive nlvrhU. The entertainment, not
withstanding the ineagro attendance,
was extremelv excellent, nor could one
detect from the manner of the actors
that they wore not listened to by the
largest audienco in the world. After a
piano overture bv Prof. Waud, and a
Hons bv Mr. Campbell, well rendered,
MriKohler appeared, and gave a solo
on a co'rnot-a-piston and carbonicon,
l'rof.Waud plavinga piano aeeonipuni
Snont. At lirst siirht we were struck
with the remarkable Hpearance of Mr.
Kohler. with his well preserved phy
sique, handsome intellectual lice arid
golden grav hair and beard. There is
something," prepossessing in hi ap
pearance thnt lc helps to prepare one
for thpexhiftit of his wondertul music
al talents. His performances on the
cornet, French IT.ujeolct, concertina,
and tnmbleronicon, are pronounced
bv all perfect, and at Jeast disclose a
higher order of musical genius than
was ever exhibited in our city before.
The French llageolet played by him,
gives forth notes as exquisitely sweet
as are the warblings ot the sweetest
during canary bird, each performance
receiving rounds of the heartiest and
most persistent encores.
When Vivian presented himself, lie
was enthusiastically encored. Many of
those present had heard him before,
and the applause with which lie was
received showed that his remarkal le
talents wore appreciated. His songs
and character sketches are unsurpasjj-
1 cd, l)eirg fresh, new and perfect delin
eations. One can "write up" others, but
not Vivian, lie must be seen and
heart! to be appreciated. While upon
- the stage ho kept the audience in a roar
of lau .fhter, and was called back again
and again by repeated encores.
Mr. Campbell's basso songs were ex
cellent, and Mrs. I'd.tke sang well,
while .Prof. Waud, at the piano, acquit
ted himself erediblv, but all were so
far surpassed by the principal actors,
Vivian and Kohler. that wo fear the
rest of the troupe do not receive the
credit due them. Vivian promises to
give us another cntertaiiimeni when
he returns from up the valley, when
admission will be reduced to a figure
to allow everybody to attend, and give
him such a house as ho deserves. We
, Jiopo ho will not fail to come. and think
"we can warrant him a full house, after
the good impression made by Tuesday
Ileal Instate Transfers.
Following arc the real estate transfers
for tin? past week :
Jos. N. and John II. Fields to Kobt.
V. Short, southeast 'i of Sec. 0, T. 3, S.
R. 1 W.. containing 100 acres; consider
J. I,. Crooks and wife to II. V. Short,
southeast U of See. 'J, T. 3, S. It. 1 W.,
containing Hh) acres; consideration $b).
Russell T. 1 U lashnmtt and wife to
.ura Uclls, n behalf nt minor
Uclls, n behalf nt minor chil
uotitication ,!'i. containing -Id
consideration f-'flM and a team.
Oregon and European Lima Co. to
Heni. E. Caton, lot No. See. :'!, T. -, S.
R. 3 K., containing :".'.) loo acres; con
John 11. Moore and wife to Louis
Ihivol, lot s in block "iii. in town of
Cauemah : -consideration .sm.
John Ziunwalt and wife to J. W.
Jraham, part of the donation claim of
John Zuiiiwalt and wife, being a part
of Sec. J1,T. li. S. R. 1 W., containing
1j acres: consideration ?1ii.
John Ziunwalt and wife to J. W.
J rah. i in. donation land claim of John
Xumwatt and wife. T. 3. S. R. 1 V,
sections -J.nt "Jl, 1:7, and 2s, containing
oOS.l-10) acres; consideration :? 1,100.
Not DKi'ortrr.ATiMj. Hon. W. Carey
Johnson writes to the Oregonian as
My attention is attracted to a para
graph in your paper statrng that the
State census of l.-7-i shows fewer legal
voters in Clackamas county than did
the United States census of 1670. I de
sire to say that I think the principal
reason for such showing is failure on
the part of the assessor to enroll all the
Z voters in 187"). Uut another reason may
bo found in the fact that in ls70 railroad
work was in full blast, much wood
chopping being done, and two large
.saw mills in operation, anil the men
employed were almost all . transient
residents. These men were counted in
the census of IS70, but of course were
almost all gone in 1S7". The permanent
settlers in Clackamas comity have very
largely increased since l-7, and partic
ul itly w ithin the last two years. Quite
a large number of Jeriuans have gone
in between liagle Creek and Sandy, in
the northeast corner of the count y,"aud
very m.uiy oM and unused places are
1 M'in v occupied ami rejuvenated bv the
m w coiners. The next election returns
will show a large increase of voters
over any election in the rat, unless we
txcept 17'. the year the locks were be
ing constructed, an. 1 wo think the vote
Will be larger than it was that v.-ar.
We think Clackamas, for those hay
ing strength and vim enough to slash
and burn a little biusli and timber,
affords the best opportunity in the
State to buy cheap lands or' to locate
public or railroad land.
At tiie Ckntkn.niau-We have com
menced sending copies of the Kntkk
prisk tocGeo. T. Rowell, who has
charge of the "Newspaper Kxliibition,"
!t Philadelphia. Now is the time, for
parties to advertisa.so that all our pub
lic and privato enterprises may appear
on the "Centennial tiles." Oregon will
bo judged by her display at the exhibi
tion, and business men will be judged
in a great measure bv the space thev
occupy in the advertising columns of
our newspapers. Did you ever hear of
tho man who sent a person to Fgvpt to
advertise shoc-blncking on the "pyra
mids, and made a fortune by thelucky
Y. M. C. A. At a regular meeting of
the Young Men's Christian Association
of Oregon City, Oregon, held March
n 21st,lS7t), the following resolution
adopted : Resolved, that the thanks of
this association bo extended to all the
rtitrerent publishing companies who so
kindly furnished us with aeopy of their
valuable paper, to be placed on our file
and that copy of these resolutions be
furnished the Oregon City-Kntfr-ruisK
and daily Bee, for publication.
11. K. Williams,
Swedes Corny a. Wo havo talked
with a Mr. Allmin, a Swedish gentle
man from Nebraska. Ue, with a friend,
arrived fn this State some two weeks
ago, and is sent out by a large number
Iris countrymen, who contemplate
eoming to this-coiintry to form a colony.
He 1 says he prefers "our rain and mud
to the cold winds and snows of Nebras
Ka. Hp wants land, cheap and good,
and wjll probably, lind auch to satisfy
him in our county. - - -
Pt-xcTUAL.Mr. Ramsbv, who
nes the mail between Portland
n ' PPiyIns nearly all
county, has bailed
rhe-r "I trips during
the iLri il , Mien w consider
think t m a,nd rou2:h weather, we
'vliirk"t l? havc required unusual
Placl to keep up the weekly rounds.
Y. M. C. A. At a regular meeting of
this society, held Tuesday evening,
committees were appointed as follows:
Committee on Meetings and Lectures
X. W. Randall, C F. lleatie, Thomas
Spooner, S. l. Pope and Mrs. C. (). T.
Williams: Committee on llenevolenee
and Employment M. C. Athev, W.
Fish, W. J I." Whitlock, K. Hatch and
J. M.Frazer. A good attendance was
nresent and after the business was dis
posed of a pleasant social time was en-iov-il
Tlio sooietv now has fll mom-
Fare Reduced. The Chicago and
Northwestern Railroad Company will
sell tickets on and after May 11th. and
until October 31st, 1S7G, to Centennial
travellers between Omaha and Chicago,
and return, for one and one half the
psual fare one way. This is a good
route, the coaches and apurtenanees are
first class, and we would advise our
readers who may travel Centennial
ward during the summer, to take the
C. & N. W. at Omaha.
The Wrong Man. Messrs. Henry
Hedges and Geo. Sheppard captured a
man at Gervias the other day, and took
him to Portland, thinking they had got
MiltShepardson and the $1,000 reward.
Sheriff Jeffrey met them at the train,
and, on seeing the prisoner, informed
them that they had nabbed the wrong
man. It was a man named Wilson, of
this county. The feelings of our friend
II. can be easier imagined than describ
ed, inasmuch as he had been olfered
$2T0 for his chance before leaving
School Clkrks. The Couty School
Superintendent desires to call the at
tention of the sehool clerks to the fact
that the orders for the county school
fund are issued and ready for delivery.
The amount apportioned is ST,35.1 03.
The amount apportioned to each child
is SI 75. The total number of children
in the county entitled to draw school
funds is :$,or7. The number of legal
voter reported is 1,081.
Social Cxatb. A large number of our
young ladies and gentlemen are talk
ing of organizing a social club. They
met on Wednesday evening and took
the initiatory steps towards a perma
nent organisation. JAt rary exercises,
theatricals, billiards, cards, dancing
and fun generally, is the bill of fare.
Those who havo the matter in baud are
well calculated to make it a success.
SiL.vj:n Wkddino. On Thursday
night of last week, the many friends o
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bacon surprised
them with a liue lot of silverware, in
honor of the twenty-fifth anniversary
of their wedding day. The guests re
mained till a late hour, enjoying one of
trie picasa ntcst social gatherings ot the
season. May they live to enjoy many
more sucli anniversaries.
IjKttkk risr. TiCtters remaining in
the Postoliice, at Oregon City, March
Ruckner, Miss Kli.a F. ; Fallert.Jno.
Fisher, Saeob : Oloason, Mrs. Maggie
Horace, Mr.; Howe, Dick: Jones, Mrs
Mary I,.: Mattoon. Albert: Ogden. F
W. ; Richardson, Matthew ; Vannord
If called for please say when "adver
tised." J. M. Bacon, P. M.
Rxtiia Conies. We have printed a
large number of extra copies of the
KxTF.nrnisE this'week, to acommodate
those who may wish to preserve or
send to friends, the "Centennial Church
History." This article is from the pen
of one of our ablest writers, and forms,
we believe, the most important chapter
in the history of our 3-oung State.
Tin-: i:o.i up the Beep creek bill,
between K.igle Creek and Damascus,
has been greatly improved this vinter,
for which work Messrs. Philip Poster,
Jos. Young, CJ it hens and (lordon, of
Kagle Creek deserve special mention.
"What's iv a Name." Those who
reside in the part of town back of the
Seminary object to the cognomen some
one has attached to their suburban
IMKiida"-e, and say that "Forest Ifill"
is the appropriate name chosen for that
will preach in .St. Paul's Chureh on
Friday evening next subject, Apostol
ic Succession. He will aiso preach on
Saturday evening, and on the Sunday
following. At the morning service on
Sunday, the rite of confirmation will
Comino. We have been informed
by Montgomery Queen that he intends
visiting this State during the coming
suinmer, with his circus and menagerie.
We hope h-- will not fail to uive Oregon
City a call, as this exhibition is first
T. W. Kuoues, mine host of tho 'Cliff
House, has rented the ;ot adjoining
the hotel, which he will lay but in a
garden and lawn, and also intends to
prepare a nice croquet ground fo the
Ijonetit of his guests.
Not Hone. Our young friend Arthur
Milne did not go K 1st. After going to
Portland he concluded not to take the
steamer, but to try Webfoot a while
longer. We think he acted wisely.
Returned. Mr. Joseph Miller has
returned from Santa Clara college. He
was compelled to quit his studies on
account of sickness. We hope that a
change of climate and home attentions
will soon restore him to health again.
Sheriff Appkissox has given notice
that all delinquent iaxes must be paid
before the firsrday of April, to save
costs. Tax-pa vprs will govern them
selves accord ihglj.
Prospkcti.vo. Our enterprising
friend James M. Welch has gone to
Walla Walla to look at a flouring mill
there, with the intention of buying.
We hope it will not suit, as we can't af
ford to lose J. M. just yet.
CLOSED.The Imperial Mills were
closed down on Wednesday on account
of the death of Mr. T. A. Savior, one of
the partners, of Portland. He died
suddenly at San Francisoo on Wednes
liOUDEn. Several of our merchants
fail to hear the 8 o'clock bell, which
was intended to enable them to clffso
iiei. ips s agreement. It should
be rung louder.
r7 DAXCE Kivo ly the Pleasure
Club, last Friday night, was a success.
A largo number of tho elite of our city
season. J SCI;l1 partios of the
Ws of Fun There will be a fun
Party at the Library Rooms this (Fri
day) evening, for tho benefit of the
library -Two bits is the admission
and nothing to get out dU"1,3Slou
Ckntexjsiax. Bali. There will bo a
v... Kiven oy the ladies of
mis city one week from to-niht It i
to be a grand attir. Particulars next
T-- 11 . L
xii.L, akkk, at one time a type
sticker on the Enterprise, is agent for
a washing machine at McMinnville
lmox services win be held at the
ii. Hi. t nqrea on iMinuav evening.
Prksext. A friend who lives not
far below town presented us with a box
of his finest apples. We promised not
to tell his
name, sso our readers need
I. O. G. T.-W. R. Dunbar.G. W C T
of Oregon, was in town last week. He
spent Saturday evening with Willam-
f)1; " thi ty. and a pleasant
time w as had.
Ske notice of teachers' examination
in another column. The time fixed t
March 25th. 9 o'clock vr
Seminary. i .,
Sociable. The Baptists had a ilea
ant Sunday School sociablo at their
f uitn on jiisl iVionuav night.
auk rooms or the Young Men'
Christian Association are always open
books and papers in tlie reading room'
Doc. Bell, of Ejgle Creek, lately
received a kick in the face from ahorse
inflicting a deep gash, which will prob
ably leave an ugly scar.
The days are growing so much long
er that men who used to dodge in after
a rlrink at a quarter to five t xr
stand shivering around till after six.
Returned. Mr. and Mrs. John Tru-
avas returned by last st?amor from
an rrancisco, where they havo been
sojourning during the past winter.
Cuas. X,. Kkstku, late of Wheatland,
and formerly of this place, left here for
me mues on Alonclay last,
Miss Eugenia Walker, formerly of
this place is learning the art preserva
tive m the lrioune otiice at the Dalles.
Cu vs. Buhxs returned on Wednes-1
day from Lawiston, Polk Co., where ho
has been lor the past two months.
Jjegal tenders, S7 buying, RS selling.
Flour. Extra, $5 00; superfine, $1 '.3.
Wheat. $1 J0 pr cental.
Oats. (Joe. to 70c. i bushel,
liarlev. l ;" percental.
Bacoii. Sides, 12c; hams, 1C017;
Bard. In kegs, Me: in 101t tins, He.
Butter. Fresh roll. 2(KlfM)c.
Fruits. Dried apples, in sacks, Gc
kegs7li ; plums, pitless, 1115; peaches
He ; prunes, lie.
Ciiickens. Full grown, $3 00
Hides. Dry, 13j; salted, (j; culls ,?
Tallow. 5Uc "tt lt.
Feed. Bran, 00 ton;
S2o to ?30; oilcake, S37 f0.
Hay. Maled, !?! 0 to J IS (X)
loose, $1") oo.
Potatoes. otf.70c "( bushel.
Onions. 1 to 1 'ie it.
Mutton sheep. ('i?- 75.
Oregon City Market.
Wheat. Wc V bushel.
Oats b'!)c i bushel.
Potatoes ."jOfof! l ic V bushel.
Flour -r?l 00 l bushel.
1 7f sack or S" 50 bbl.
Dried Fruit Apples, "(! lb oQT'c.
Butter -:vrtre H It).
Kgu-s Mia dozen.
Chickens tirown, 5) ) dozen;
llacon Sides, loc Hi ; hams, IGo.
I'iril 14 to 1k.
H;lV-v-0 TJ ton.
Clreen Apples 75c to $1 00 box.
At his residence, on the Tualatin river,
three miles west of Orejroii City, on the
lith of .March, Mr. Joseph A. fields, aged
40 years, 0 months and ii days.
Onthel-tth ot March. Mrs. Maria J., wife
of Joseph A. Fields, aetl 27 years, 1 moat h
and 3 days.
Mr. Fields was horn in Hickman county.
Kentucky. Sept. 11th, 1SJ.1. Kmhrrated to
Oregon in 1S1!. Married Miss Mary Clark
Nov. llili, ISoli. But God, who seeth not as
man seeth, saw fit, alter a pleasant matri
monial career of about" seven years, to
remove bv death the companion of his
bosom. It-avinz him with the care of three
interesting little daughters, whom he kind
ly kept, with him. caring for t hem wi! ii uiv
tiring tenderness. In June of lstiS, he mar
ried for his second wife. Miss Kabastian,
si-ce which time three little children, now
left, sorrowful orphans, have been added to
their happy household.-
Mrs. l'ields was born in St. Francis Co.
Missouri, 011 the lotlt of February, lSl'J,
e;ime to Oretron in lS-r.
JJoth .Mr. and Mrs. Fields were takensick
on .he 12th of February, being exhausted
with the care of their eldest, daughter, like
wise some of their younger children, who
had b-en lor some time lying at t he touit
of death, a ml deiiarted this liie Mrs. Fields
at minutes past 11 o'clock, on t he morn-
i:i'' of the lith 01 .March, anu .Mr. J- icjus at
25 minutes of 4, on the morning of the 11th.
About two hours previous to his departure.
he called in earnest tones for Maria, and
then hummed his tavonto hymn :
"How tedious and tasteless the hours,
When Jesus no longer 1 se ;
Sweet prospects, sweet birds and sweet
Have all lost their sweetness to nie."
The funeral was largely attended at their
residence, at 1 o'clock on Wednesday the
lot h, and t heir remains int erred in a single
grave. The sermon on this deeply solemn
occasion was impressively delivered by
J lev. .1. X. UufT.
In the decease of Mr. and Mrs. Fields,
the community has lost two of its most
estimable citizens, the large circle of rela
tives who deeply mourn their loss, a son
and a daughter, a brother and sister, a
fond father and mot her, whose loss time
cannot replnee.and whose kindnesses lm ve
been unsurpassed. None knew them but
to love and respect. The deceased were
both active members of Tualatin Grange,
and were buried with the impressive cere
monies 01 mat uruer.
How inysierious and beyond the compre-
prehension ot man are the ways of t lie
Almighty. To-day we are basking in the
sunshine of life and happiness, to-morrow
clasped in tho cold embrace ol death.
The hand of (Jod whose power doth move,
1 ins woriu 01 mystery anu iovo :
Has laid within the silent tomb.
Those friends whose loss we now so doeply
'Tis hard to bow beneath the stroke,
And kiss the rod that smite our hearts ;
Hut God. who ruleth all things best.
Can calm the storm, and bring sweet rest.
Oregonian please copy.
S. Ii. II.
Decay of the Teeth
Arises from various causes, but prin
cipally it may be attributed to early
optrleet or the indiscriminate use of
tooth powders and pastes, which give
a momentary whiteness to the teeth
while they corrode the cnamol. The
timely uso of that delicate aromatic
tooth-wash, Fragrant SOZODOXT, will
speedily arrest the progress of decay,
harden the crutris. and lmpartaaensnt-
ful fm-rrance to t he breath. It removes
those ravages which people sustain in
their teeth from me use 01 seei
acid articles. "
lire r tcHE. As a remedy for head-
uche rond's Extract is used with... much
hnfit hv iiafhlnar the forehead with it
and taking ten or fifteen drops internally.
It is most useful in headaches of a conges
tive character, atte-ded with a- fulness,
heaviness and tension in the head, and
especially where headaches are attended
wiihnrs'rniiiii to result In nose bleed,
the forehead may be bathed or a cloth,
wet in the Extract, and taken inwardly.
dose as above, repeated in
an hour, if
Important. Endorsed by the Medical
profession. DU. VM. HALL'S BAUSAM
vn t.tt vfiS rnres Couchs. Colds and
Consm.ption, and all disorders of the
Throat and Chest. DR. TO W LEWS
tooth AXODYXE cure6 Inr one
MINLTE. " fobW
Wring out the Vital Kucrgy.
There is generally, even in the most
delicate censtitution, a latent reserve of
vital enertrv. The medical stimulant
of nil others" best calculated to rouse
this vis inertia is Ilostetter's Stomach
Bitters. The impulse which that ines
timable preparation lends to the action
of the various organs insures a more
Vigorous and consequently healthy
discharge of their various functions
than they would bo capable of without
its aid, and the "fillip to nature" thus"
communicated is never exessive, but
always equable and regular. Just so
much stimulation is imparted as is re
quired, and no more. In respect of the
healthful gentleness of their action,
the Bitters are immeasurably superior
to the nnmedicated stimulants of com
merce, which, though they produce a
powerfully resuscitating effect for a
few minutes, are invariably followed
by a reaction, corresponding in depres
sion to their primal effect. They ex
cite so much at first that nature is
wearied by the effort, and is apt to sink
under thecxhaustion. Physicians who
have made the stimulative action of
the Bitters the subject of experiment,
declare their decided preference of
them over any other similar article.
An equally high opinion is entertained
of their regulating qualities by. medi
cal men who are acquaints! with their
tonic ellects. Tney speedily rec.tity an
irregular habit of body, digestive dis
orders, and delinquencies of the urin
ary organs, which added to their
strengthening influence, renders inval
uable aid in dyspepsia, constipation,
biliary Derangements ana weakness
or irritation ot the bladder kidnevs.
Rheumatic affections are also greatly
alleviated by their blood denuratiii'?
and anti-inllamniatory action.
Fortify and Tone the Feeble Cou-rh-torii
I.unirs with Hale's Honev of Hore-
iiousdasd tar, ami they will soon as
sumo their healthy and regular action. It
is an absolute salegtiaru asrainst consump
Pike's Toothache Drops cum in one minute.
Examination of Teachers.
t r.1.. peusoxs uksiiig to oh-
lX. tain certificates for teaching in the
Public Schools of Clackamas county, will
please assemble at the Oroiron Oitv Semin
ary on Saturday, March 2oLh. at 9 o'clock
A. M. All applicants will please bring sta
tionary wir.n tnem.
JUll.N W. SKI.LWOOD,
Oregon City, March 21st, ISTti.
VVORSHAM & RM!
BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON.
Odd Fellow' IJuiUlin, Slulit St.
CC?"C)rd -rs delivered to any part ofOrejion
City or Canmah.
Oregon Cii y, Feb. IS :tf.
A dm i n istr atom's
In the County Court, oi the ist ale of Oregon,
ior 1 tie county 01 Clackamas.
In t he matter of the Estate of Curri-ti T.
OTICE IS HEltKHY GIVEN THAT
in pursuance ot an order and license
made and given by the Hon. Count v
Court 01 Clackamas Count v, Oregon, at
the special term held Fehmury oth, ISTii
thereoi, 1 will proceed to sell at public aue
lion, to the highest bidder, at the Court
House door in Oregon Cily. on .Saturday.
the 151 h day of April, A. I). ISTi!. at tie
hour of 1 o'clock V. M.. the following de
scribed parcel of la nd, situated in Clacka
mas County, Oregon, and belonging to the
estate ot said deceased: the VV. 'i of N. F..
U of See.lO.T.: S.. K. 3 K. of the Willameltf
Meridian, curtaining S ' acres more or less.
terms of sale gold com down at the
time of sale. Deed nt the expense of pur
chaser. OASWELb KIMHT.KY,
Oregon City, Feb. 10, ISTtv.
In the County Court ol Clackamas County,
In the mnttt-r of the Tstate of Ilenry
To Mary M. Jackson, an lu-ir of deceased
fBUK ADMINISTRATOR OF SAID
i Estate having liled In said Court hei
)ctitiot praying lor license to sell land ne
oiiging to said Estate, sd uat in Clacka
mas bounty, Oregon, bounded as follows.
to-wit: Ue inning at the corner b tween
Sees. 11 and '2.i East In T. 2 S.. It. 3 E.. run
mni; mence isortn t rous ; niencu w csi
UM) rols; thence rsoutn KH rods; '.thence
East 111 rods; thence North-east 120 rods to
tlm lace of beginning; containing LiO
acres more or loss.
Therefore in the name of tho State of
Oregon you are hereby cited to appear in
said uonrt at a term t hereoi to be held on
Monday, the 3d day of April. A. 1). lSTtiito
show cause; if any exist, why an order of
sale should not be made as in said petition
1 .1 j i.
witness. 1110 lion, rs. w . itan-
J...S. J dall, Judge of said Court, and
t he seal thereof affixed t lie 1st
day of .March. A. I). 1S71.
mh3-it. J. M. FUAZGIi, Clerk.
1' PtRSl.lXCE OF AN ORDERjAXD
license issued and made the 7th day of
i-ebruary A. IK 1S7(. by the County Court
of Clackamas County, Oregon, tho under
signed Administrators of the Estate of YV.
. Cook, deceased, will on Wednesday, the
20th day of April, A. I). 1N7(, at I o'clock r.
m., la the Court llouse door in Orciron
City, Oregon, sell at public auction the fol
lowing described tract ot land belomrinir to
said estato, in Clackamas County, Oregon,
The W. of the S. W. hi of Sec. 7. in T. 2
S., it. 3 E., in one parcel.
The E. of the .S. W. H of Sec. 7 in T. 3
S., K. 3. E., in one parcel.
lermsotSale One-fourth cash, in gold
coin, on day of sale : remainder sixty da jrs
time, bearing interest at the rate of one
ler cent per month.
t'KAK W. rUKTbll,
V. II. COOK,
March 3d, 1876-4t. Admrs.
Joiinsox & McCowx, Att'ys.
In t he Circuit Court of t he State of Oregon
for t he County of Clackamas.
Mathlas Kandlc, Plaintiff,
Helen A. Kandle, Defendant.
Tc Helen A. Kandle, defendant :
IX TIIE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
anai n st von in the above ent met! suit, ny
the lirst day of the term of said Court fol
lowing the expiration of six weeks from
the lirst publication of this summons, said
nrst publication being on tne 3.i day 01
March. lS7ti; and if you fail to answer said
complaint, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court lor the relief demanded therein,
which is for a dissolution of tho marriage
contract existing between plaintiir and
defendant herein, and for the custody of
the minor children.
l!y order of Hon. E. D. Shatt nek, Judge of
said Court, dated March 1st, 1876.
Attorney for FPff.
T UGREHY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
A have filed in the County Court of Clack
amas County. Orcjron.my final account as
Administrator of the Estate of A, M. Hnrd-
inj, tieceased, and tne oun nas appointed
Monday, the rfd day ol April A. 1. l7ti, for
the tiearing or objections to and settle
mcnt 01 tnc same.
- ' ' r V. O. UARDEVtJ.
March 2. lS76-. Adin'r
Jouxsos MoOowx, Att'ys. -
I HEREBY GIVE XOTICE THAT I
have filed in t he County Court of Clack
amas County, Oregon, mv final account as
Administrator of the Estate op J. I).
RoBBiss, deceased, and thrT Court has ap
pointed Monday, the 3d day of April A. I).
1S76, for thle hearing of objections to, and
settlement of the same.
X. N. BOBBIN'S,
March 2, 1876-lt. Adrar,
Johnson &. McCown, Attys.
i B. A. HUGHES,
Opposite the Postoffice,
MAIM STREET, OREGON CITY.
HA TS ,
BOOTS ami SHOES,
LADIES' AD GENTS' FfRXISHIXG GOODS,
ETC., ETC., . ETC,
STOCK OF GKVEKAIj HKR-
chandiso is lar?e and well assorted.
There is no house in the city that can
SHALL PROFITS AND QriCK RETIRNS,
Is my motto.
Please call and see for yourselves that
the Hoods at the old firm of 15. A. Hughes
cannot be beaten in quality or price.
I keep the best IVa and Coffee and a
good supply of Family Groceries.
I give the highest market price for good
Oregon City, March 17th, 1S7C.
Tlie liijj-liost C'atli price paid for IV00I.
County Scrip Taken ns Cunli.
ja7 :t f .
DUVGL, fiiSLLER & CO.,
AT MOORE'S MACHINE SHOP,
OIJEGOX CITY, OREGOX.
It. 3 AXUPACTUKERS
Vehicles of all
ItA l'atent Wlieids for
kinds. Also all kinds of
Doiie to ord:T,
AVii-jrona anil Carriji;en
Made and ltepaired, and all kiitds tf
l-'armers' Hlackstnithing done with dis
patch and neatness. Orders solicited.
Wagon and Carriage, makers aro invited
to examine our
And us-? t li'"i 11 instead of Wooden Wheels.
We lit mi r Wheels to cither Iron or
Thimble Skein Axles. decUl-tf.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
li'opi'i e tor.
Transient Hoard, 1 to per Day.
Single ?Icals 0 cents.
Uonnl iht Wprli 5 OO
ISoai'tluiid Eodglng, per week SO OO
The Table will be supplied with the best
thf market aifords.
Hail Suppers furnished on short notice,
and at reasonable terms.
Nov. Itf, 1S75 f
I ILK & 1'X1? SAIilS.
BEHAVE THE FOLI3WIX REAL
restate for sale.
1. Desirable building block in Oregon
5. 100 Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay,' 8 acres in cultivation.
orchard, good water: l- miles from
Oregon City. Price hair down.
3. 3-20 Acres, 75 in cultivation -.houses,
barns, wells, Ac.: good orchard; i
miles from Oregon City. Price $4,500 ;
halt down. .Sell half place at same
4. 2!)( Acres, 25 acres under cultiva
tion, 5 acres orchard, good running
water; 125 acres open brush land; U
mile from school house ; 8 miles from
Oregon City. $1,51)0; half down, bal
ance in one and two years.
, 5. Part, of all tho Barler farm, on tho
river at liock Island above Oregon
City ; So per acre.
No. fi. dand on the rivet above Oregon
City, cheap; part of the Uarber claim;
good wood yard.
No. 7. 'i-iO acres; 75 improved, a large,
new, well finished frame dwelling,
plum and apple orchards, living wa
ter, 18 acres of fall wheat. 6 miles
from Oregon City, on Molalla road,
clMirch and school house adjoining ;
can be had for $1,250, one-third down,
balance on time.
8. acres at Milwaukie; part
beaver dam. Price, $1,(X0.
9. S. L.
Campbell's homestead for
No. 10- A Bargain. - A farm in good run
ning order, of 220 ac res ; 12-5 acres in
cultivation, 4S acres of wheat, will
produce 1200 bushels of wheat (will
insure 800 bushels), good orchard,
goodncw barn, farming implements,
4 head of cattle, 20 hogs, some of t hem
line stoek, ten miles from Oregon
City, school house, church, post office,
and store near by ; all for $1,250, $1,
500, down, balance in three years.
Other desirable bargains in Clackamas,
the best county in the St aic.
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.
JOHNSON t& MrCOWX, and
JOHNSON, MrCOWX &MACHCM.
Offices in Oregon City and Portland.
CIIAS. KNIGHT, -
PHYSICIAN AXD DRVCGIST
carefully filled at short
" -. Ja7:tf.
Tl'ST RECEIVED, AT MRS. E. S.
Warren's Millinery Store, a new and
elegant stocte or' latest styles of Millinery
and Ladies Furnishing (ioods, for the
Which will be sold at reasonable prices
. Ladles livingin the country, favoring me
with their orders, will find them promptly
MRS. E. S. WARREN,
One door south o' Dr. Welch's office
C reg m City, March 17, 1S7C.
CniCAGO & 'ORTH-WESTERX RAILWAY.
THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
PASSENGERS FOU CHICAGO, NIA
gara Falls, Pittslurg. riiiiadelplria.
Montreal, Quebec, New York, Boston, or
any point East, should buy their
Tit A XS COXTI X K XTA I. TICK ETS
Via the Pioneer Route,
CHICAfJO & XOKTII-WKSTKU
THIS IS TIIE BEST ROtTTR EAST.
Its track is of STEEL RAILS, and on it has
been made the fastest time that has ever
been MADE in this country. By this route
st. of ChicjtfTO have
choice of tho following lines from Chicago :
By the Pittsburg Fort Wayne ana
Chicago and Pennsylvania Hallways:
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Pull
man Palace Cars through to Philadel
phia and New York on each train.
L THROUGH TRAIN, with Pullman
Palace Cars to Baltimore and ash
ington. By the Lnkc Shore ami Michigan
Southern Kallxvuy mid Connections
(New York. Central and Erie ltailt
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
Pa lace Drawing Room and Silver Pal
ace Sleeping Cars through to New York.
By the Mlrbignn Central, Grant!
Trunk, Great Western and Erie ami
New York Central Hnilway:
3 THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman
Palace Drawing Room and Sleeping
Cars through to New York, to Niagara
Falls, liutfalo, Rochester or New York city.
By Baltimore and Ohio Railroad:
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
Pullman Palace Cars for Newark,
Zanesville, Wheeling, Washington und
Baltimore without change.
This Is the SHORTEST, REST and only
line runningPullmaii celebrated PALACE
SLEEPING CARS AN O COACHES, con
necting with Union Pacific Railroad at
OMAHA and from the WEST, via Grand
Junction, Marshall, Cedar Rapids, Clinton,
Sterling and Piion, for CHICAGO AXD
This popular route is unsurpassed tor
Speed, Comfort and Safety. The smooth,
well-ballasted and perfect track of steel
rails, the celebrated Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars, t lie perfect Telegraph System of
moving trains, the regularity with which
they run, the admirable arrangement of
running through cars to Chicago from all
points West, secure to passengers nil tho
comforts in modern Railway Traveling.
No change of Cars and no tedious delays
Passengers will find Tickets via this Fa
vorite Route nt the General Ticket Office
of the Central Pacific Railroad, Sacramen
to. Tickets for sale in all th.- Ticket Offices
of the Central Pacific Railroad.
W. II. STENNETT.
Gen. Pas. Agent.
MARTIN HUGIIITT.Gen. Sup.
H. P. STAN WOOD, General Agency, 121
Montgomery street, au Francisco.
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Stv. 1Z. INT. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
every day Except Sunday, nt 7 o'clock,
A. M. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 2.H o'clock, P. M.
Will leave OREGON CITY for COR YALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Sti Eaimio latton,
Will leave OREGON CITY for DAYTON
and intermediate points on Monday and
Thursdav of each week.
J. I). BILES,
January 1st. 1S71 :tf. Agent.
LOUIS J AGGERS,
(Successor to Jacob Wort man)
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
KEErs CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AT
the old stand, the largest and most
complete sto 01 family
GP.aCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Of every description, including Canned
Goods, Spices, Green Groceries Tobacco
and Cigars, in fact, everything to be found
in a first class Grocery store.
p"OooJs delivered to all parts of the
City Free of Charge.
fc-Highest Cash price paid for Potatoes,
Oats and other Irodiiee.
Nov. 2o, 1S75. tf.
CHEAP FARFtlS FOR SALE!
E OO ACRES, TWO AND A HALF
.SL miles from Clackamas Station, and
eleven miles from Portland, 12 acres under
cultivation, t acres in fruit trees of choice
varieties, good water, etc. Price only So
per acre ; terms easy.
Only three-fourths of a mile from Clack
amas Station, 182 acres, 100 acres in culti
vation ; best wheat land in the State, good
house, fine location. At a low figure and
II. E. CUAMIJEULAIN,
Enterprise Office, Oregon City.
11. v. Ross, sr. r.
WAKREN X. PAVIS, M
PHYSICIANS AND SCHOKOXS,
Oregon City, - - Oregon.
ft"Oftice nt the City Dispensary, corner
of Main and Fourth sts.
Dr. Davis is a graduate of t he University
of Pennsylvania, and has lately arrived
from the East.
Particular attention given to surgery.
Office hours from 8 o'clock A. m. to o p. m.
TJFRSOXS THAT HAVE LEFT
JL Deeds, l'atent s and Mortgages In the
County Clerk's office, of Clackamas coun
ty, Oregon, for record, will please call and
jet them, particularly those that have not
paid for recording the same. All that
have been filed prior to this date are re
corded. J AS. FRAZEU,
March 13, 1876. mhl71m. , .
TS IIKREI1Y GIVEX TH AT I WILT,
sell at' public auction, at the store of
m. Moreland, in this countv, on the 3d
day of April, ls7rt,at 2 o'clock p.m., said day,
one sorrei norse, jolt In my charge bv
Foreman, Sheriff of county, State of
Nevada. Said sale to be made to pay the
expenses of keeping said horse.
.1 ESSIE ALLEN.
Needy. Oregon, March 6. 1876.: l7-3t.
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes, Rims,
OAK, ASjl AXD HICKORY PL.HK. .
NOKTIIHTJI & THOMPSON,'.
. Dec,. 3f,lS7T;mT' "Portland, Oregon.
2sT. ST. N.
. Af MEW ERA.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots-and Shocs. .
Wooden Ware, Drugs and Medicines.chcap
for cash or procjuce. .
- - J. CASTO. . - !
Is your time to buy goods at low prices.- -
are now receiving a large stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
all of the Latest St yles, which will sell- 1
AT LESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
Oar stock hs been boagh'tToT cash.' and;
wc will fell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST..
"1 TTE WILL SAY TO EVERYBODY EE ,
fore you purchase or goto Portland,
come nnd price our goods and convince -yourself
that we do what we say. Our stocks
consists in part of ' r
Fancy and Staple .
Dry Goods, Clothing;-
Hats, Boots and Shoes?
Ladies and Gents
Notions, Gro v
and a great many other articles too numer.
ours to inention ; r
DOORS, WINDOWS, ""-
PAINTS AND 0ILS.1
ETC. f ETCP
also pay the
AC KETtM AN BROS.
Oregon Cit3'. Sept. ", 1S75 . tf
(LEAH ( REEK, CLACKAMAS COLNTYV.
T DESIRE TO INFORM M V OLD CUS--L
tomcrs, and the public at large, that I1
ha ve just received a new supply of : , . : I . i 1
FAMILY GROCERIES,, .
CLOTHING, : .; ,v
BOOTS and SHOES', . j'.
And Other Miscellaneous Goods. '
All of which I now offer for sale ait tile- f
LOVifEST MARKET RflTE&:
. - " - i i. v. ,
My objoct. is t o t ell all my old friends and1
customers that I am still alive, and deir--ous
to sell goods Cheap. FOR CAHH, qi.
upon such terms as agreed upOii.-
I shall also have in niyeinploy a'thorbugii'-
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,1 '
and constantly keen stock on hand for-tb"
:.'- ' 1
Manufacture k Repair of Boots U Short,.'
nnd all orders in that litie will be iiromptlj ,
A LLEX M A TTOOSV ' '
Near like Violil MIUs
octl .-t f
J. H. SHEPARD,
Boot and Shoe Store;
One door north of Ackerman Bros.?'- ,
Idiots nnd shoes made and rcnairpdntf-
cheap as the cheapest. .- ro'l
Nov. 1, 1S75 a-f
REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES f
THE HEPIBLICAXS OP CLACKA--mas
County will meet nt their usual'
places of voting, in their respectlyo.Pite--cincts,
S ATURD AY. APRIL WiA, lVc, ; '.
At 1 o'clock p. m., for The purpose of eioef
UK xjku Rates 10 aucna tne Kepubiieiti'
County Convention, to be held in Oregon.
City, on Wednesday, the 2Cth dav of AprlL.
iS7b, at t he hour or iu o'clock a. m., for fhw
purjiose of nominating a County Ticketf'
and choosinjr Delegates to attend t"he Re--,
publican State Convention, to be held At"'
Portland, on Wednesday, the 3d dav' olT
May, 1S70. . '
The several precincts are ent itled to deli"
gates in the County Convention' ns fol--lows
: Siirinirwater3, Eagle Creek,3 ; Oswego
3, Mi!waiikie2, Pleasant Hill 2, MarqitamV
3, Harding's 2, Rock Creek 3, Upper" MolaU
la 2, Can by Cascades 3, Tualatin 2w
Union 2. Ixiwer Molalla 3, Ciitt'inir's 2'.
Reaver Creek 2, Canemah 4-Marhneld; aS
Oregon City 10.
A. .T. APPERSOX;
Chairman County CrHnmlttetf;
Oregron City, March 17, 1876 Af. , , .. t
CLACKAMAS COUNTY DEMO.
CRATIC CONVENTIOS t i
ThorsDcmocratic voters of CJackania
County nro requested' to meet at- their
usual place of voting,-on , ,
SATUfeDAWArRIL 8,-17. ';.. .
At 1 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elef
ing Delegates to- the County Oonvention,,
which will bo held at Oregon City
SATURDAY APRIL 15, 187 . , .'
At 11 o'clock A. M. for thepmpofof elect
ing seven Delegates to atte&d the Stato
Cenventlon, which meets af Salem on
Wednesday, April 2, 1S7, and toputirf
nomination candidates for", the Tarious
county offlces to be supported' at fhe ensu-
ing June election and to transact sue h
ot her business as may come properly be
fore the Convention. The basis ol re pie
sentation in the Convention is one vote
for the precinct and one vote for rvery
twenty-five or traction ove twelve rotes'
csst for Hon. Goo. A. LaDow at the lasts
general election. The precincts will 'be
entitled to the following represent alio a ;: i
Maro nam's ."2
Hard inn's ,-2
Eagle Creek ;iv,-.y
M i I w a u k le.
." "r ;tA.-. CABMICHAESi e sd
; .;rr. icoug4n
IMPERIAL M I
Lalloffinc, Sarier 4L' Co
Oregon CTtjr. -
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour
Middlings, I?ran and Chicken Feed. Partle
purchasing feed must fuml-fh the anr ..