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PRECOX CITY, OREGON, TOARCII 31. 1S7C.
NOTICE.-No Certificates of publica
tion will be fiflven until oar fee are
paid. We shall make no deviation from this
rute in future. ' ' '
County Court Docket.
The several road matters or Bales,
Folsom, J. O. Foster, and Del f.
Petition of Young for change of road
between Milvvaukie and Yoster s.
Revenue road. -
Road district 53, appointment of sup
erpetUion of Mrs. Hood for deed to.
t0BUl10of' Samuel Waldron for road
. , Petitioii of Chas. Cutting for road.
' ' ' retitien of II. S. C. Phelps. "
Road district No. 44, appointment of
SUtUionfor ferry license by A. Ol
son. Wilhoit et al for new precinct.
Road district No. 19, J. G. Porter not
in 'district.': ' .' ; ' ' , " '
Petition of Fieldthamer for ferry
hpetition of Wallet et al for new pre-
''iSad district No. 12, appointment of
"'Vad1 district No. 2, appointment of
Hill of Enterprise.
Bill of Win. Moreland, J. P.
Bill of J. M. Frazer, stationary.
Bill of O. W. Vollum, stationary.
Bill of (jr. G. Fostor, J. P.
. ' Bill of LogU3 and Albright.
Petition of 8. M. Vauee lor relief, for
board of Allison.
Real Estate Transfers.
.:,'.'.' : i . : ,
Following are the real estate transfers
for the past week :
John A. Confer to John Confer, et als. ;
50 acres in Sec. 2, T. 2, N. R. 1 E., Willamette-Meridian
; consideration, nat
ural lovo. etc. ' - - , - ' ,
William P. Baker and wife to Charles
Derone; 80 -acres, l-lhi of N. W. ,
See. 18, T. 3, 8. It. 1 W. ; consideration
M. O. Gord and wife to Edward
Hughes; 80 acres, N W. Vt !Sec.23,
,T. 3, S. R. 2 E. ; consideration, $700.
Trustees of Mount Pleasant Liodge
I. O. G.T.to M. E. Church, Clear Creek ;
village lot and Lodge building; consid
John T. Foster tolsaac M.Foster ; lots
3 and 4. Sec. 21. S. 2, S. R. 3 E. ; 80 55-100
acres: consideration. $-X).
Isaac M. Foster and wife to Stephen
G.Foster; same description as above;
Joshnh Edwards and wife to Alex.
Hart; 2acresof the old Fleming claim ;
United States Patent to John Wilhoit
and wife; S. "i N. E. U Nec.3J,and S. E
"4 Sec. 30, and N. ' N. E. H Sue. 31, T
5, H R 2 E, containing 320 acres.
John Wilhoit and wife to John P.
Jordan ; same description as above ; 320
acres; eonsiaeralion, 9i,uuu.
Board of School Commissioners to
John Wilhoit; the E h S E and E 'i
of E 'i of N 13 li Sec 5tf, T 5. S R IE;
120 acres; consideration, $1S0.
John Wilhoit and wife to John P.
Jordan; 120 acres; same description
as above ; consideration as above .
The Duvol WAOON.-Tliere is a wagon
now on exhibition at the shop of Duvol,
Miller fc Co., in this city, w u'ch it
is worth while for everybody to look at ;
for it is the first ot its'kind ever built,
and mechanicians and engineers who
examined it carefully, generally believe
that the principle upon which it is con
structed will, one day, revolutionize
the manufacture ot wheeled vehicles.
The inventor, Mr. Duvol, may well feci
proud of his work; and the' time will
come--and quick Yankee perception
and appreciation will not let it be man
years in coming, when his invention
-will be as well known and widely used
as is the steam engine now. The speci
men referred to is the "running gears"
ot the wagon, without the bod or box
the brake being part ot the running
ear, most iugeiriusly but simply con
trived, and not attached to the bed in
nv wav. The wairon iswholh'nf inm
u lifted ;i nd all PTcpntinnf rt r inl
ters on the brake and the fellows. It
is intended for a two-horse wagon, and
is lighter than'' the common two-horse
Bain wagon, while at the same time it
is much stronger than it is possible to
make a wooden wagon of the to.st ma
terial and of ordinary weight. It senilis
possible to make a wagon of tlfis weight
many times stronger than the wooden
one. It tran never shrink in the sun
shine nor swell in" wet weather, and
will evidently last till the tires and
spiiKlles wear out and these can easily
bo replaced, and with a coat of paint,
the wagon is new again. No reason
appears why a vehicle of this kind
should not last four times as long as a
wooden one, with the same amount of
repairs necessary to make -upon the
wooden vehicle during its much shorter
existence. These wagons can bo made
with thimble skeins or iron axles," and
retain all the excellent qualities of the
new invention. 1 he principle or con
struction is essentially and entirely dif
ferent, from the ordinary one, in that
the tensile strength of the iron is em
plo3'ed throughout; while, on the or
dinary plan, the lateral or bonding
strength is used. Our farmers will now
have an opportunity to patronize home
industry to their own advantage; and
the inventor ami manufacturers cannot
be encouraged more than they deserve.
FcsEHAii Obsequies. The Oregon
ian of, Wednesday contains tho follow
ing respecting the arrangements for the
funeral of the late Thos. A. Savier. one
of the proprietors of the Imperial M ills
of this city: "A telegraphic dispatch
was received here yesterday from Sin
Francisco, which stated that'Mrs. Thos.
A.Savicrand family had arrived safeiv
in that city, from Michigan. It was
expected to bring tho remains of the
late Thos. A. Savier to Portland for
Interment, and for that reason tho body
was kept in San Francisco until the
arrival of Mrs. Savier. Since reaching
there.it has been determined bv the
bereaved widow to have the remains of
her husband buried in Lone Mountain
Cemetry. To-day the funeral will take
place from Dr. Stone's Church, in Kau
The lecture at Pope's Hall on Tues
day night, by Mr. E. C. Holden, for
the benefit of tho Y. M. C. A., attracted
a fine house. The subject, "Antiquities
of the Orient Unveiled," was handle I
bv the speaker in a very able manner
bowing considerable thought and abil
itv in compiling historical facts and de
ota'ils. Tho mrn points in the lecture
were illustrated by scenes on canva,
well executed bv Mr. White, of Port
land. Though the matter was drawn
chietlv from saered history, manv new
and interesting features we're presented.
Fire Alarm. On Saturday night, at
about eleven o'clock, our citizens were
roused from the jr quiet slumbers by
the ringing of the fire-bells. Many
were up and "on the spot" almost in
stantly. Luckily the fire turned out to
be nothing but the burning out of tho
chimney of the Cliff House, and our
"boys" were allowed to return home
and dream of performing all daring
and impossible feats while fighting1 the
The Boats. The steamers Bonanza,
Success and Dayton ai e now tied up in
the basin, on account of the dullness of
u V41?3'5"? trade. Xearlv all the
wheat has been brought down, and
.iruw.1IA 1)6 but little more heavy
rrefght this season. Tho two latter of
these boats will probably not bo in use
EFk eT, are "ius old and are
Gardening is now in order.
Letter List. Letters remaining in
the Postoffice, at Oregon City, March
vvo!lt,tn;?jinnry; Criss- William
W . (2) : Chat-field, Imman A. (2) ; Cum
mmprs, Mrs. Ann T,. ; Dunbar, Hon. W.
R. ; Lamb, H. B. : Museatt. Arnst:
NoumarK R.T. ; O'Conner, W. R. ; Ogle,
f?ry; Thomson, w- N.; Thompson
Miss Mancrva A Tnmn i .
If nailed for please say when "adver
tised. J. M. Bacon, P. M. .
Sociai. Party. The Pleasure Club
will give a social party at Library Hall
this (Friday) evening. Preparations
are being made to have a pleasant
time. The company will be select, as
none will be present except those who
have invitations. This is the last dance
to bo given by this club, and as an
adieu will bo an unusually grand af
fair. Fixe Horse. Those who admire
fine horses should just step in at Andy
Willis's stables and see his yonng
stallion "Modoc." He is a large well
built .horse, standing over sixteen
hands high, and though not fullv de
veloped as vet, will make one of the
finest draught horses in the State.
Off for tite Fisheries. Several of
our young men of this place have gone
down the Columbia to work during
the fishing season, among them are
James Frazer, C. Rinearson and R.
Greaves. We wish them a pleasant
and successful summer and a safe re
New Fixtures.-Our enterprising
druggists, Ward'tfc narding, have pro
cured a new lot of shelf bottles, filling
the shelves quite full and making
double the capacity for druirs as- here
tofore. The labels are neatlv arranged
adding a new and attractive feature to
the already pleasant establishment.
Postponed. The Centennial party
has been postponed till after Lent.
Preparations are being made to get the
party up in grand style. Due notice of
the time when it is to take place will
be given through these columns.
The tinion meeting at Pope's Hall
on Sunday evening was well attended.
Rev. Mr. Huff, Mr. Holden, of Astoria,
and Mr. I. A. Macrum, of Portland,
were the principal speakers. Tho
singing was gooa.
Closed down. The Iron works at
Oswego closed down on Monday for
repairs. Some of the pipes had burned
out and needed replacing with new
ones. It will require a few days to
make the necessary repairs when tho
furnace will start atrain.
Visiting. Miss Mary M. DeVoro is
at present spending her vacation with
her parents and friends, at Vancouver.
We wish her a pleasant visit, for one
who has the patience to teach ''the
young idea" deserves all the sunshine
there is in life.
In town. Hon. L. L. Rowland, State
Superintendent of public instruction,
was in town last .week. He visited the
Seminar3" on Friday, and on Saturday
was present at the publie examination
Confirmation. Rt. Rev. Bishop
Morris w-as in our city on Sunday last
and preached at the Episcopal Church.
At the tnorninz service he administer
ed to twelve persons the rite of confir-1
Street corner caucuses may bo seen
at an3" time on our streets, and every
body wants to know what your "slate"
is. Ours is, Sudscnoo lor the ji,nter
i'Rise, only $2 50 per year.
Vivian-Koiilkr. The great Vivian
and the wonderful musician, Kohler,
are coming again next week. Every
body is going to hear thein. Admis
sion price will be reasonable.
Occident is the name chosen for the
social club which completed its organi
zation on the night of tho 27th. E. L.
13 ist ham is President, and N. O. Wal
The Pitorim, Haslett, is with us this
week, and busily at work at the case.
He sys they treated him unfairly at
Salem and Albany, and we have no
doubt he is correct.
Ecstatic Tho wife-of Mr. C. P.
Church presented him with a bouncing
girl last week. Charlev is doing rea
sonably well. Tho doctor don't think
C. II. Rhodes has trimmed tho Cot
tonwood and locust trees around his
place below town, making quite an im
provement in its appearance.
Mr. James B. Upton has been over
on the coast for some time looking after
his land interests, in tho vicinity of the
The eclipse was all the rage Satur
day. Our devil got his nose so smeared
looking through smoked glass that it
shown "like a nigger's heel."
Ask your neighbor to subscribe for
tho ENTEnrni-JK. Should he refuse,
don't lend him j-ours to read any more.
Called. Mr. John Doole, of Oswego,
called on us Tuesday, and reports
everything prosperous in that burg.
New Comer. A fine boy is what is
reported down at Johnny Hansen's.
Arrived last week.
Remember the Primaries on the
15th and 22d. and send your Dest men
to the Conventions.
We would tell you about the rain,
but you know it.
We had a pleasant call from Mr. E.
C. Holden Wednesday.
Money to loan in sums ranging from
$500 to $5,000. Enquire at this office.
The meat market of Worsham &
Ramsby is open again. '
Listen to the plaintive notes of the
Farmers are seeding in all parts of
the county. 1
Vivian next week.
SUMMARY" OV STATE 'E1VS.
Jndge Deady is still lecturing in
Portland on ;Trial by Jury."
Messrs. Stone and Grant had to
suspend work on the 17tb, on account
of high water on the upper Columbia.
The fishing season, on the Colum
bia river, will be opened on the 2d
oi April uy a grand sailing regatta.
Fifteen feet of snow is reported on
the mountains between Tillamook
and this valley.
A fire occurred at East Portland
Tuesday by which a saloon on the
corner of L and Water streets was
entirely destroyed, and some damage
done to the hotel adjoining, occupied
by Mrs. Amelia Kinehardt. Insured
house vwuulJ needs a new court
The only indictment found by the
grand ury of Jackson county was
if Sutherland, for an
assault with a dangerous weapon.
The other day, a Jlr. Bain, of Jack
sonvillo, was riding a horse to pasture
at a brisk gallop, when the animal
fell dead instantly under him.
"William Bowen, a young man in
, rePlo7 o CI- Geer, ia the Wal
do Hills, had a leg badly crushed
the other day by the falling of a tree.
Over twenty houses were built at
btayton during the past 3ear.
The Democrat says a man np in
Sweet Home signifies his willingness
to eat io boiled eggs at one sitting,
playing croquet up at
Between two and three million feet
of lumber awaits shipment at Gar
diner, Douglas county.
The Willamette University, at Sa
lem, is in a flourishing condition and
a large number of students are in at
tendance. The body of John T. Herrell, one
of the victims of the explosion at
Umatilla Rapids, has been found 25
miles below Umatilla. The face is
bruised, but otherwise the body is
but slightly mutilated.
The Superintendent of Douglas
county reports 54 school districts in
the county; number of children
drawing mouey, 3,205; amount of
money appropriated, 5,700 50.
An attempt was made to burn Capt.
Joseph Wiley's residence, at Port
land, last Sunday.
Several married ladies of East
Portland lately formed themselves
into an impromptu vigilance com
mitte, and administered summary
justice to a tyrant who had been
beating his better half.
The Oregon ion gives an account of
the abduction of a young girl in Co
lumbia county, bv three armed vil-
lians. The officers of the law are on
their track, and the perpetrators of
this foul outrage will soon receive
the punishment they deserve.
A Chinaman at Eugene sold his
wife the other day to another China
man for 150. We know of white
men who would pay that much to
get rid of them.
The man who committed suicide
at Albany lately was neither John
Frost nor O. M. Mitchell. They are
both alive, and the identity of the
suicide still remains a mystery.
Dallas has a population of 800,
Independence 500, and Buena Vista
Amount of school money distrib
uted by the county superintendent
of Lane county, March 20, 187G,
S5.G7G. Amount to each scholar re
ported, $1 50.
, Eugene's municipal election takes
place next Monday.
The Polk county Good Templars
are to apjjear in regalia at tho Cen
The Centennial map is finished,
with the exception of the photographs
which are to adorn the borders.
The latest scent-satiou in Portland
is an elopement.
Gardiner wants a daily mail from
Drain to Coos Bay, passing through
The government snag-puller is to
be sent up the Willamette soon.
Gervais and Eola sloughs 'are to be
the first fields of operation.
A buoy depot is to be locatad at
Tongue Point, on the Columbia.
206 pupils are in attendance at tho
Jacksonville rjublic schools.
The Umatilla river was reported
last week as being higher than for
several years past.
A mechanic working on a building
at Salem, fell from the scaffolding
and broke his leg on Monday.
The Indians on the Umatilla re.cer-
vation are holding a council upon
the question of removal. The young
bucks are anxious to remove to a
wilder country, and it is thought
they will soon vacate the reservation.
The store of Everding & Farrel, of
Portland, was burglarized on Mon
day'night. The amount taken was
Prof. Baldwin alias Jacobs, is ex
posing spiritualism over in Washing
Geo. Day couldn't make money, at
exposing spiritualism up in Uma
tilla county, and he turned his
hand to selling whisky to Indians
at a profit of 25 cents a bottle, but
was soon brought to grief by the
authorities and held to answer a
charge for that crime before Judge
Deady's court in Portland. .
TERRITORIAL, NEWS ITEMS.
Vancouver has SI, GOO in her city
It is reported that four Olympians
have drawn $100,000 in the Wyomiug
The Washington Territory penitent
tiary contains but six prisoners.
Washington Territory warrants are
selling at 93 cents on the dollar.
The District Court session at Van
couver closes this week.
The Utah, Idaho and Montana
Railroad question is being agitated.
81 per bushel is the price of pota
toes by wholesale on Puget Sound,
and they are scarce at that.
A militia company is about to be
organized at Seattle.
Vancouver has potatoes two inches
All the streams in Walla Walla
valley are greatly swollan by the
E. S. Kearney has declined to
serve as Marshal of Utah.
C. S. Hanson, of King county, W.
T., was lately drowned m Cedar river
by the overturning of a skiff.
Thoro wn.s A heavy snow storm in
Pierce county, W. T., last week.
Vo "VntrQln ftftv. the other day
A. C. Foot was accidentally killed
while blasting in his claim.
A couple were married at Vancou
ver last week, by the recorder, who
was too sick to get out of bed. The
ceremony took place at Lis bedside
at 2 o'clock at night.
The Idaho Stvtesman tells a story
of the death of a miner near Rocky
Bar, named Tho3. Spires. He, with
hi3 brother William, were mining
and trapping in the monntaina, and
had been out to Kocky Bar to get
provisions, iteturning turough the
snow, William became exhausted.
was taken sick and died, while his
brother watched beside him, there
in a wilderness of snow.
Mart on Nelson, who disappeared
from; Snoqualmie on the 22d o;
November has not been heard f rome
He was a native of Denmark about
55 years of age, of medium size and
rather hard of hearing
To the wife of C. P. Church, March 25th
In this city, on March 27, to the wife
ot John Hansen, a son .
At the residence of It. N. Worsham,
iviarcn 23a. 1876. bv Kider Joan Daman.
Mr. W. J. Dills and Miss Minnie Worsham,
auoi ijiacKamas county, Oregon.- ? ;
March 15th. by Kev. Geo. W. Mayneld
Joseph Rlngo to Mrs. Mary Horner, all of
Many friends Join with us in wishing
that the "two made one" may glide down
the stream of life without a j:ir to disturb
or mar their future happiness.
March 27, by Rev. J. T. Huff, at the resi
dence of Mr. A. II. Willis, T. II. .Spencer to
jiary rnuiipa, au oi ciacKamas county.
March 25, by Kid t K. Co", at the resi
den ot the bride's father, Vv L. Iiaclav
to Miss Barbara Ann Garret, all of Claeka
On the 23d inst., near this citv. at tho
residence of her step-father, Calvin Moore.
Deceased was born in Missouri, came to
Oregon but a few mouths ago, an invalid,
and died ut t.h az of 18 years. She suffer-
eu intensely, out expresseu a aesire to "go
no jesus ana rest." "mere the weary be
at rest." "I5e ye also ready." The funeral
services were conducted by the writer, on
the 27th inst. (Jr. W. Day.1
Wheiikas, Deatli has visited Tuala
tin Gransro P. of II., No. Ill, and re
moved from it our worth3' brother Jos
eph Fields, and sister Maria J., Ins
wife, on the 13th and 14th of March
1876, both entering the spirit land as
tney it veil on earth, arm in arm ;
itesoiveu, mat in their death our
Grange has lost zealous and worthv
members; their family (consisting of
o cunuren; an tneir earthly parental
protection, and -to them we tender our
sympathies in this their bereavement.
ltesolved, mat our hall bo draoed in
the usual emblems of mourning lor the
space of 00 days.
Resolved, That these proceedings le
spread on the records of this Grange,
and that a copy be sent to the Oregon
City Lntekimusf. for nublieation.
11. V. Short,
II. K. IlAYN ES,
Tegal tenders, 87 buving, HS selling-.
Flour. Extra, S.1 OD; supertine, SI ".3.
Wheat. 1 i0 percental.
Oats hoe. to 70c. J bushel.
Harley. SI 3-3 percental.
liaeon. Sides, 12c; hams, 10Q17 ;
Lard.--In kegs, lie: in I01t tins, lie.
IJutter. Fresh roll, 20:J0e.
Fruits. Dried apples, in sacks, Gi",
kegs 7 h: ; plums, pitless, lfetlo ; peaches
14c ; prunes, 17c.
Hides. Drv, 13c; salted, Gc;
Tallow. 5 He plt.
Wool. 23 to 25c.
Feed. liran, $22 Oil ton;
$25 to $30: oil cake, $37 r0.
Hay. Haled, SIC 00 to SIS 00
ioo.se, ?i uo.
Potatoes. GlOc V bushel.
Onions. 1 to lk-e tft.
Mutton sheep. $2tf?.$2 75.
Oregon City Market.
Wheat. 00c bushel.
Oats 150c bushel.
Potatoes fiOOoc ) bushel.
Onions SI 00 y bushel.
Flour $1 37 1 sack or $5 50 bbl.
Dried Fruit Apnles, Mi 57'ic.
Gutter 30rai35c lb.
Fggs 16c dozen.
Chickens Grown, S3 50 f dozen;
Racon Sides, 15c i? lt ; hams, Kic.
Liard 14 to 15c.
IIay-$20 y ton.
Wool 22o $? lb.
Green Apples 75c to $1 00 box.
Bring out the Vital Energy.
There is generally, even in the most
delicate constitution, a latent reserve of
vital energy. The medical stimulant
of all others best calculated to rouse
this vis inertia is Hostetter's Stomach
Ritters. The impulse which that ines
timable preparation lends to the action
of tho various organs insures a more
Vigorous and consequently healthy
discharge of their various functions
than they would be 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 nnmedieated 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. Tiiey ex
cite so much at first that nature is
wearied by the effort, and is apt to sink
under theexhaustion. Physicians who
have made tho 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 acquainted with their
ionic enects. mev sieeujiy rectiiy 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 and weakness
or irritation of the bladder kidneys.
Rheumatic affections are also greatly
alleviated by their blood depurating
and anti-inflammatory action.
Important. Endorsed by the Medical
profession. DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
FOB THE LUNGS cures Coughs. Colds and
Consmption, and all disorders of the
Throat and Chest. DR. TOWLEY'S
TOOTHACHE ANODYNE cures in one
Fortify and Tone the Feeble Cough-torn
Lungs with Hale's Honey of Hore
HotJiri axd tar, and t hey will soon as
sume their healthy and regular action. It
is an- absolute safeguard against consump
tion rike'b Toothache Drops cure inone minute.
.Decay of the Teeth
Arises from various causes, but prin
cipally it may be attributed to early
neglect or the indiscriminate use of
tooth powders and pastes, which give
a momentary whiteness to the teeth
while they corrode the enamol. Tho
timely use of that delicate aromatic
1 . .- T 11 . t ' v rw s T w V'T 111
PwlVi ' , V
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harden the gums, and impart a delight-
iui iiairaiice 10 me ureain. ii reuim es
those ravages which people sustain in
their teeth from tho use of sweet and
IIEADACnE. As a remedy for head
tsche Pond's Extract is used with much
benefit, by bathing the forehead with it
and taking ten or fifteen drops internally.
It Is most useful in headaches of a conges
tive character, attended with a fulness,
heaviness and tension in the head, and
especially where headaches are attended
with or are liable to result, in nose bleed,
the forehead may be bathed or a cloth.
wei in me lxiract, ana taken lnwardlj".
dose as above, repeated in an hour, if
ff7"The National Gold Medal was award
ed o liradley & Kulotson for tho best
Photographs in the United States, and the
Vienna 3ieaai lor tne best in the world.
429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
OREGON THE RIVAL OF
MHO MAKE, EVENTUALLY, OREGON
JL City the rival of 13oston in the art of
Music, all that is needed is a cood teacher,
and everybody to patronize him. Now is
the chance. i-f. Selirer, competent
organist of the Catholic Church, Seattle,
V. T. (for five years), by direction of Rev.
Father Profountaine, is well known as a
thorough Master, and is readv to srive les
sons on the Piano, Onran. Violin. Cruitar.
Flute, llarmoney, Thorough IJass, etc. He
is also giving lessons in German, English
and Singing ar private residences. He has
reduced the prices so low that everybody
will have a. cha-nce to form their voices
even for the most difficult pieces, and to
be hand wuen the great , . . - ,
- OREGON CITY PEACE JUBILEE
shall take place. For particulars apply at
Mr. levy's or at Mr. Selling's store, or at
his residence at Mrs. Sb attack's.
March 31st, lS70-tf.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J the undersigned has been appointed
Admi iislnoor ot the Estate of Josepn
Fields, deceased, by the Hon. County
Court or ciackam is Countv. oreir-- there
fore all iersons aving claims against
said Estate are rr-quired to present them at
my store in Oregon City, Oregon, on or be
fore the expiration of six months from
date of this notice, with proper vouchers.
TliOJIAS it. FIELDS, Adm'r.
I.. T. ITarik, .4tt'y for Adm'r.
Oregon City, Or .-m, ...arch :u, lS7G-4t.
MILLINERY 00Q0S !
AT MRS. E. S.
Store. a new and
elegant stock of latest styles of Millinery
and Ladies' Furnishing-Ooods, forthe
Which will be sold at reasonable prices.
Ladies living in the country, favoring me
with their orders, will find them promptly
MRS. 11. S. W'AKHEN,
One door south of Dr. Welch's office.
Oregon City, March 17, 1S7G.
J. H- SHEPAKD,
13pot nnd Slioc Store,
One door north of Ackerman Eros. :
Hoots and shoes made and repaired as
cheap as the cheapest.
Nov. J, 1S75 :tf
rnilE KEPrBLK'AXS OF
plaees of voting, in their
SA'IXRDAV, APXtIL 22d, 1876,
At 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect
ing Delegates (O attend the lfennhlienn
County Convention, to be held in Oregon
City, on Wednesday, the 26th dav of April.
Ps.t, at the hour ot 10 o'clock a. in., for the
purpose of nominating a County Ticket
md choosing Delegates to attend the Re
publican fctate Convention, to be held at
Portland, on Wednesday, the 3d day of
Thn several precincts are entitled to dele
gates in the County Convention as fol
lows : Springwater?, Eagle Creek.3 ; Oswego
MiIwauKie' Pleasant Hill 2. Marquam's
H. Harding's 2. Rock Creek 3. Unner Molal-
la 2. Can by 2, Cascades .7. Tualatin 2.
nion 2, Lower Molalla 3. Cutting's 2.
F.eaver Creek 2, Canemah 4. Marshfield 2.
Oregon City 10.
A. .T. APPERSOX,
Chairman Countv Corja mittec.
Oregon City, March 17, 1870 :tf.
STILL I a THE FIELD:
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS ft HARDING,
i AT THE'
rr-EEPTIIE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
l! of Family Groceries to be found in t lie
citv. AM goods warranted, (roods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
once paid lor country prouuee.
Oresion dry, juaren , i7o.
WORSHAM & RAMSBY,
BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON.
Odd Fellows' Building-, Main St.
B7"Orders delivered to any part ofOregon
Citv or Canemalr.
Oregon City, Feb. 18 :tf.
In the County Court, of the Stateof Oregon,
for t he County of Clackamas.
In the matter of the Estate of Currin T.
7VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THAT
L in pursuance of an order and license
made und given by the Hon. Countv
Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, at
the special term held February oth. 1S715,
thereof, I will proceed to sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, at the Court
House door in Oregon City, on .Saturday,
the 15th day of April, A. D. lS7t, at the
hour of 1 o'clock p. m., the following de
scribed parcel of land, situated in Clacka
mas County, Oregon, and blonginjr to the
estate of said deceased : the W. J$ of Is. E.
ii of sec. 10, T. 2, S., R. 3 E. of the Willamette
Meridian, cor taining 80 acres more or less.
Terms of sale gold coin down at the
time of sale. Deed at the expense of pur
chaser. CASWELL, KIMBLEY,
Oregon City, Feb. 10, 1S70.
In the Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon
for the County of Clackamas.
Mathias Kandle, Plaintiff,
Helen A. Kandle, Defendant.
Tc Helen A. Kandle, defendant :
IX THE NAME OP THE STATE OF
Oregon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit, by
the first day of the term of said Court fol
lowing the expiration of six weeks from
the first publication of this summons, said
first publication being on the 3d day of
March, 1876; and if you fail to answer said
complaint, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded therein
which is for a dissolution of the marriage
contract existing between plaintiff and
defendant herein, and for the custody of
the minor children.
By order of Hon. E. D. Shattuckr Judo 6f
said Court, dated March 1st, 1876.
I- T. BAItlX,
Attorney for Pl'ff.
B. A. HUGHES,
Opposite the PostofHce,
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
II A TS ,
BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' AXD GENTS' FCRMSHIXQ GOODS,
: GLASSWARE, '
GRAIN SACKS, .
ETC., ETC., ETC.
STOCK OF GENERAL 3IEU-
chandiso is large and well assorted.
There is no house in tho city that can
SMALL PROFITS AXD QUICK RETURNS,
Is my motto.
Please call and see for yourselves that
the Goods at the old tlrm of li. A. Hughes
cannot be beaten in quality or price.
I keep the best Tea. and Coffee and a
good supply of Family Groceries.
I give the highest market price for good
B. A. HUGHES.
Oregon City, March 17th, 1870.
The highest Cash price paid for Wool.
' County Scrip Taken as C'usli.
"DUVOL, MILLER & CO.,
AT MOORE'S MACHINE SHOP,
AXCFACTURERS OP DIT'OL'S
Patent Wheels for Vehicles of all
kinds. Also ail kinds of
Done to order.
Wagons u ml Carriages
Made and Repaired, and all kinds of
Farmers' Blacksmithing 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 fit our Wheels to either Iron or
Thimble Skein Axles. dec2t-tf.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
T. W. RHODES,
Transient Board, $1 to S'-i per Day,
Hing-le Meal 30 cents.
Hoard per Week 85 OO
Hoard and Lodiriiiir, wr week SO OO
The Table will be supplied with the
tne market airords.
Ball Suppers furnished on short notice.
and at reasonable terms.
JSov. 19, 1875 :tf
TA.NI FOK SALE.
WE HAVE THE FOLLOWIXG REAL
t V Estate for sale.
Ko. 1. Desirable building block in Oregon
o. 2. 1GO Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay; 8 acres in cultivation,
orchard, good water: 15 miles from
Oregon City. Trice $.300, half down.
Xo. 3. 320 Acres, 75 in cultivation rhouses,
barns, wells, &c. ; good orchard; tt
miles from Oregon City. Price f 1,500;
hall down. Sell half place at same
Xo. 4. 290 Acres, 2o acres under cultiva
tion, 5 acres orchard, good running
water; 125 acres open brush land; K
mile from school house ; 8 miles from
Oregon City. $1,500; half down, bal
ance in one and two years.
o. 5. Part of all the Barber farm, on the
river at ltock island above Oregon
City ; $5 per acre.
Xo. fi. Land on the river
City, cheap; part of the
good wood yard.
Barber claim ;
r. 320 acres; 75 improved, a large,
new, well finished frame dwelling,
plum and apple orchards, living wa
ter, IS acres of fall wheat.. 6 miles
from Oregon City, on Molalla road,
church and school house adjoining ;
can be had for $1,2-50, one-third down
balance on time.
8. 40 acres
L. . Campbell's homestead for
Xo. 10. A Bargain. A farm in good run
ning order, of 30 acres ; 125 acres in
cultivation, 4S acres of wheat, will
, . ; produce 1200 bushels of wheat (will
insure 800 bushels), good orchard,
good new barn, farming implements,
4 head of cattle, 20 hogs, some of them
fine stock, ten miles from Oregon
City, school house, church, postofhee,
and store near by ; all for ? 1.250,
500, down, balance in three years.
Other desirable bargains in Clackamas,
the best county in the State.
Any sne having money to land can have
our services, free of charge, in managing
the same and selecting securities
x-vrsons wanting to borrow money ean
get favorable terms by calling on us.
JOIKSOX& MeCOWX, and
JOHXSOX, MeCOWX &MACHUM.
Office in Oregon City and Portland.
Xov. 12. 187d if
PFKSOXS 'THAT HAVE LEFT
.Deeds, Patents and Mortgages in tho
County Clerk's office, of Clackamas coun
ty, Orepron. for record, will please call and
get them, particularly those that have not
paid for recording the same. All that
have been filed nrior v thie ,ir.. o re re
March 13, 1876. mbl71m.
IMPERIAL M I LIS,
LaKocque, SaTier & Co
KeP constantly on hand for sale Flonr.
Middlings. Sran and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish tlje sack.
cewtem rii rAL
PR O AMtTI O iV
CHICAGO k SOUTHWESTERN KAliWit,
THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
PASSEXOEnS FOR CHICAGO,'" NIA-"
crara Falls, Pittsburg, fhiiadelphla.-.
Montreal, Quebec, New York, Boston, or'
any point East, should buy their
TRANS CONTI X KNTA I, TI CKETS
Via the Pioneer Routei
IS THE BEST ROUTE EAST.
Its track is of STEEL HAILS, and on It ha,
been made the fastest time that has ever'
been MADE in this country. By this route
passengers for points east of Chicagahave
choice of the following lines from Chicago
By tU Pittstiw-rjr, Fort ryna and1
Chicag-oand Pennivanla Hallwaya 1
3THROUGH TRAIXS X)AILY",wih Pll-'
man Palace Cars through to Philadel
phia and Xew York on each train.
1 THROUGH TRAIN,' with Pullman,
J Palace Cars to Baltimore and Wash-
By (lie Lake Shore '. and f ieHIg-aaa,
Southern Itailivny and Conner tiona
(nr York Central and Erie Rail-"
roads) t g
3 THROUGH TRAIXS DAILY, with?
Palace Drawing Room' and Silver Pal-'
ace Sleeping Cars through terNew York.
By tlie 2IIchlgrnn Central,- Grand'
Trunk, Great Western and Erl aad1
Xew York Central Itallvvayst o
3 THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman
Palace Urawing Room and Sleeping
Cars through to Xew York, to Niagara'
Falls, Butfalo, Rochester or Xew York, city.
By Baltimore and Ohio Railroad V
Oh THROUGH TRAIXS DAILY, wit
Pullman Talaee Cars for Newark
Zanesville, Wheeling, Washington and
Baltimore without change.
This is the SHORTEST, REST and only,
line runningPullman celebrated PALACIC
SLEEPING GARS AXD COACHES, con
necting with Union Pacific Railroad at
OMAHA nnd from the WEST, via Grand1
Junction, Marshall, Cedar Raplds.ClInton.
Sterling and Dixon, for CHICAGO AND'-'
This popular route is unsurpassed for
Speed, Comfort and Safety. The smooth,
well-ballasted and perfect tracks of steel;
rails, the celebrated Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars, the perfect Telegraph System of
moving trains, the regularity with which
they run, the admirable arrangement of,
runninjr through cars to Chicago fjonfprVI.
points Vest, secure to passengers'all the
comforts in modern RaHway Traveling'
No change of Cars and no' tedibus delays"
Passengers will find Tickets via this Fa-.
vorite Route at the General Ticket Office
of the Central Pacific Railroad, Sacranien-'
Tickets for sale in all the Ticket Offlos
of the Central Pacific Railroad.- .-. ...
W. H. STENNETTV
Gen. Pas. Agent."
MARTIN HUG II ITT, Gen. Sup.
H. P. STAN WOOD, General Agency, 121
Montgomery street, fc-an Francisco.'
Aug. 13:ly '
PHEGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLa'N'iS-'
every day Except Sunday, J at 7.0clOk,
A. M. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 2H o'clock, P. 51.
Will leave OREGON CITY for CORVAtlilS
every Monday and Thursday of each weelc.-
Sti Faniiie TPattori,-.
Will leave OREGON CITY for' DAYTOX
and Intermediate points on Monday ahdr
Thursday of each week.
January 1st. 1874 Af. Agent.'
(Successor to Jacob Wortman)
OREGOX CITY, OKEGOX.
KEEPS COXSTAXTLY OX HAND, AT
the old stand, the larjrest and most
complete stock of family
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Of every description, including Canned)
Goods, Spices, Green Groceries Tobacco
and Cigars, in fact, everything to be found
in a first class Oroeery store.
ifcGoods delivered to all part's Of th'
City Free of Charge.
ifc"Highest Cash price paU: for"Potatoetfo,
Oats and other Produce. ,g
Xov. 25, 1S75. tf.
CHEAP FARMS FOR SALE 5
1GO ACRES, TWO AND A HALF
miles from Clackamas" Station, and
eleven miles from Portland.Waeres iliidei''
cultivation, o acres in fruit trees 64 choicer
varieties, good water, etc. Price only $5'
per acre ; terms easy.
Only three-fourt hs of a mile from Clack-"
amas Station, 182 acres, 100 acres in culti
vation ; oest whe land In the State, good
house, fine location. At a low flgura and
easy terms. .
II. E. CHAJIBEIlllAiSv
Enterprise Office, Oregon City'.'
II. W. ROSS, MV r. WARREU N. DAVIS, M. D.'
ROSS &, DAVIS,
PIIYSICIAXS AXD SURGEONS.
Oregon City, - - Oregon,
fcy Office at the Citv Disrjensarv. eorner
of Main nnd Fourth sts.
Dr. Davis is a graduate of the University
of Pennsylvania, and has lately arrived
from the East.
Particular attention given to surgery.
Office hours from 8 o'clock a. m. to 5 p.-Jf.
CLACKAMAS COCJfTY DKMO
The Democratic voters of Clackamas
County ore" requested to meet at tlneic
usual place of voting, on
SATURDAY, ArttlL 8 1S76
At 1 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elect
ing Delegates to the County ConvenCioa.'
which will be held at Oregon City -
SATURDAY, APRIL 15, JS78. .
At 11 o'clock A. M., forthe purpose of elect
ing seven Delegates to attend the State
Convention,- wiiieh meets at Salem on
Wednesday, April 26. 1876. ana to put In,
nomination candidates for the Tariouv
eonnty offiees to be supported at the ensa
ing June election and to transact sochi
other business as may come properly be
fore the Convention. The basis of repre
sentation in the Convention is one vote
for the precinct and one vote for every
twenty-five or fraction Over twelve votes
csst for Hon. Goo. A. LaDow at the last
peneral election. The precincts will be
entitled to the following representation :
Canemah ......... .1
Eagle Creek .
M ar s h fle I d. -.
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST
Prescriptions carefully fined at short