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:j (TuElTlKV CITV, OREGON, 31Y 19, 17G.
NOTICK. 'Tli(icaes of publica
tion will '" fflvni iititllbur frunre
paid. "VTe shall make no deviation from Otit
rule in future
Heal Instate Transfers.
Following are the real e.st;ite transfers
for the- week ending May lSth :
Oeo XV. VTcMler to Kieharil Koehler,
block 'of land situate in town of Canby ;
CTo ASand wife to Thos. Char
mail the north-west l4 of section 8.4 S.
It 1 K the west 'i of tlie west 'i of the
inrth-cast h of section 8, containing
3K).vrps; the interest conveyed being
of the above described land; con
sideration, $7i0. . -SIk
Norton and wife, to llicbard
Dundas, part of claim No. 41, T. 3, S. K.
I K., containing 100 acres ; eonsidera-
II TiilUiA. McCarver to Win. J. McCord,
rmrt of section 12, T. 3, S. 11. 1 I.,
being part of south half of wife a por
tion of M. M. McCarver's donation
cMtim, containing 50 acres; considera
tion, 40. .
G. V. Uigfrs and wife to I. Mosicr,
part of .section 27, T. 4, S. R. 1. E., n
tainins? 81 li acres; consideration, S00.
A. E. Ingraham and wife to John
IIagenerger, lots 3, 3 and o' in block
3). in town of Milwaukie; considera
Ueorge M. Rerrv and wife to Edward
Forbes, tlie west U of tlie nortli-west
of section 2, T. 2, S. K. 3 E., containing
80 acres; consideration, ST.O.
Abel Cuttinsand wife to II. C. Erown,
lots S, 9 ami 11 of section 13, and lots 7
and 8 and the north-east 'i of section
14 and lots 2 and 3 of section 23, T. 3,
S.'U. 1 E-, containing 116 70-100 acres;
S. B. Calitr and wife to Chas. CalifF,
the north-west h of the north-west U
of the east li of the north-west '4, and
the nortlwii-st H of south-west 'i of sec
tion 3, T. 3, S. E.. containing 100
acres; consideration, SOO.
M. A. MilN and wife to Henton Pliil
ips. iot2in block 4. town of Marshheld ;
Ik-nton I'hilips to M. E. Mills, de
scription and consideration same as be-
J'.radish and wife to John Mj'
ersi fraction of lot 3 in bloc k o, in Ure
jjon C'itv: consideration, $"()0.
James T. ('hitwood and wife to school
ditri t No. 2i. part of section 8, T. 3, S.
11.3. E.,containining 2 91-100 acres; con
Oregon it European Land Co. to Hi n
rioh Meinke. the south-east of l4, of tho
south-west U, and tlie south-wcst ?i of
the south-east "4 of section 17, T. 3, S.
K. 5 E.. containing ;s0 acres: considera
tion, flSil, currency.
Oregon & Euroean Eand Co. to P.
Claussen, the north-east 'i thesonth-
ii'nut in.l tlr. , l !! 1 ,'u K. rf tlir.
1 V-iV -ft , UHU till.- llwi ill t.i --v '-ft ---
south-east 'i of section 17, T. 3, S. It. ,
K.. containing 80 acres ; consideration,
U.S. to Nathaniel Kohbins and wife,
thesonth li of the south of section
30. the north U of tho north-east 'i of
section 31, the north-west 'i of tlie
north-west i ot section 32, and lot") of
section 3t, T. 2, S. 11. 1 E., containing
32 85-100 acres.
cFrMay evening, May 12. Council
met pursuant to adjoiirinnent.
o Minutes of previous meeting read
au 1 appnved.
Petition of J. K. flrahani for the elos
iiiK of an alley was referred to .Street
S. II. Calitr was elected Street Com
missioner for the ensuing year.
Keport of Street Commissioner re
ceived and placed on file.
The ojiiuioii of the City Attorney in
the matter of the tie vote for 1'eeorder
was in substance as follows: '-The vote
for Recorder beimr a tie. there was no
election for that oilier; : heive, accord
ing to Sec. 1 of Art. 2 of the Citv Char
ter, the old Recorder holds over, or
nntil his successor is elected and mtali
lioil, and as the contestant neither
alleges fraud or miscount in the elec
tion, there is nothing be fore the Council
for it to act upon."
The following bills were ordered
paid: V. II. Pope. M. C. Athey, and
II. Cochran, as judges of election, $1
It was moved and carried that the
Street Commissioner I'O instructed to
clean the street crossings in accordance
writ It rejort of Street ( -ommiltee.
Moved and carried that tho Recorder
instructed to furnish theStreet Com
missioner with road tax list within live
On motion, adjourned.
A photograph of a niemoriable debate
on Friday night. May 12th :
Hiram Cochran, for logic,
Most furiously noes
While lte. A. in law gets
As far as he knows.
l'eter Paquet condenses
In appnsites trite.
Rut (.'barley C. fences
As if he was tight.
While sleepy sits Adam,
Ah eloquence mnirs;
And If the Re'il had 'em.
He would plaudit in snores.
0 Julius Tjogns, Dick Morton,
Sit smilingly by.
And say of tho cavorting
How ish dat now for liigh ?
While Ids honor the Ma-or,
So mild and so charman,
Presides as purveyor
To the gush there's no harm in.
Not Explicit. A communication
was received from JafP.A. Smith, secre
tary of the Centennial Fourth of July
('ommittee, of Portland, by the Hon.
Mayor,wliich he laid before the Coun
cil lastcFriday evening, in which tlie
municipality was invited to be present
at the ceremonies there to ie performed.
The question being what shall we do
with tlie communication, Conn. Church
moved that tho communication be re
ferred back forexplanation, it not being
apecilic enough as to whether free lager
was meant." We hope Hobblewobl.le
will never again commit so inexcusable
a blunder and keep a sullering human
iy ill mspenso on the main question.
Cpt. J as. I). Mii-i-Kit, long in com
mand of tho E.N.Cooke, plying be
tween here and Portland, returned
home by cars ouN.it urdav, havintr been
ordered to deposit his bout at the "bone
yard, and is now "in ordinary." There
is no letter steamboat man in Christen
dom thaw Captain Jim, and the thou
sands in this vicinity ' whom he has
accommodated in one service and an
other on the route, join in regrets that
the necessities of the situation were of
such a nature as to require the suspen
sion of his services between Oregon
Citv and Portland; but we believo
there is a "good time coming" yet.
RoatScnk. Lat Saturday afternoon
tho Occident, one of the W. R. T. E.
Cp.'s boats, came in tljo basin for the
purpose of unloading a quantity of
wheat for the Oregon City Mill. It
seems that the captain, contrary to the
visual custom, brought his boat in under
a full head of steam, and while passing
the bone-vard the heavy swells caused
thereby throw the little steamer Dayton
on a siiajf, knocking a hole in her bot
tom and she sank almost immediately.
On Monday three pumps were put in
her and worked from the Honanza.and
after pumping away all day they man-
"k v raise nr aaju..
Information u desired of Jacob
Warner, who left California in lsL for
the Eastern Oregon mines, since which
time nothing has leen heard of him.
Anyone knowing his whereabouts will
eonfpr a fvor by informing Charles E.
Vftt-ftcr, Oregon City, Oregon.
P.v nr.FKKKXCE to our advertising
columns it will be seen that our City j
Fathers propose to make the long-need- i
ed improvements on .M am street. Jt is
proposed to "repair Main street, be
tween 11th street and the southern line
of the Oregon City Woolen Mills, by
tilling in tlie depressions and ruts
with a coat of line stone or grave i two
thirds of the cost to be borne bv the
property holders adjacent thereto.' We
think it is high time that something of
this kind should be done. It was only
a short time since that we heard several
farmers .say they "would rather haul
their produce ten miles than to goover
our rough streets." A few dollars spent
in this way now, may le the means of
saving many in the future. The present
condition of the street is adisgrace.and
should be repaired at once.
Runaway. East Friday afternoon
the usual quietness of our town was dis
turbed hy a pair of fiery steeds, attach
ed to a wagon, dashing down Main
street at full speed. They deposited
the wagon, minus a tongue, in front of
Williams e Harding's, and were only
brought to a standstill by coming in
collision with the awning iost in front
of Prof. Polio's school room, which jvas
considerably damaged. One of the
horses had his head bunged up and
one of his legs sprained, while the
wagon escaped without any serious
damage. We understand that the team
was the property of Mr. Linn.
Social Party. The Occident Club
will give a social party at their rooms
this (Friday) evening. This is tlie sec
ond of a series to be given by the Club,
and as their tirst was one of the most
enjoyable affairs ever given in this city,
we certainly shall have no hesitation
in bespeaking a-crowded house for the
occasion. Mr. Chas. Eray'.s quadrille
band of Portland will furnish music,
and their proficiency in this line is too
well known to need any comment
from us. Ret everybody lie on band
with his girl, and a merry time may be
expected. Admission $1.
Lkttku List. Letters remaining in
the PostolUce, at Oregon City, May
Andrews. Sidney ; Rates, J. C. ; liars
tow, Eugene E. ; Fincher, Win. R. ;
Oaytor, Mr.; Howe, Miss Sirrv : Haun,
Marion; Jones, Miss Fannie;"' Kinder,
John; Ogle, Miss Eva: Rodkie, Wirt:
Sallisbury, Marshall ; Travlor, J. : Ton
nisson, W. J.; Whittin, 0. C. ; Wilson,
m. W.; Wittfong, Enoch.
If called for please say when "adver
tised." J. M. Racox, P. M.
Mr. Jas. Wrioiit will open his res
taurant, next door to R. A. Hughes's,
this week. Jimmy intends to have a
nice place where von can always get a
first-class meal. lie believes that clean
liness is next to godliness, so yon can
always rely on finding his rooms neat
ana clean. .Mr. right deserves to be
treated well by the citizens of Oregon
City, and we hope they will give him a
liberal share of patronage.
Conuekt. Mr. Prentice, who has
been teaching music in our eit3" for the
past winter, and who gave a concert
some time since, which allbrded areat
pleasure to our musie-loving people,
intends to give another in about three
weeks. It will undoubtedly prove suc
cessful, as preparations are being made
very satisfactorily, and anything that
Mr. Prentice puts his haiid to is al
Festival. One of the most pleasant
of the many festive occasions in this
city during this season was the festival
given by the young people of the Y.
M. C. Association last Friday evening.
The attendance was not only fair, but
exceedingly .good-humored and order
ly. Financially ind otherwise it was a
success. We hope this will not be the
last of these social little gatherings.
Oiiani) Eoikje Officers. The fol
lowing an: the officers of the Grand
Lodge, I. O. O. F., elected at Salem on
the Kith: J. N. Dolph, M. W. (I. M.;
. N. Denny, 1). (J. M . ; V. J. Snod-
grass, K. V. (J. V. ; J. M . liacon, R.
W.G.S. ; T. R. Moorcs, R. V. (1. T. :
A. (J. Walling, II. U. Ntiuve, Grand
Representatives. One hundred and
Rkau Killed. Mr. Adam Cassidv,
livingeight miles east of this city, killed
a large Llaclv hear last Tuesday. There
was quite a party in pursuit of old
I..-,.;,. I..,f I . ir ...
i-i itm, i.) ui. uuin luisiaiiumg .Mr. s
age, being rJ. years old, he got away
with the " liar. I lie bovs have got to
stir themselves before "they can 'ret
aneatt oi tlie old gentleman.
( ENTENMal. o have secured the
er ice tn ir. j. i. .-staeey as our
Centennial correspondent at Philadel
phia, and our readers may expect the
first installment at an early date. Mr.
. lias na.l a. long and varied experience
in iiu-s neiti, auu irom our Kuowleu:
ot his powers we can promise that his
letters win ue very interesting.
We notice in the Salem Statesman of
last Sunday tho following notico
"Married At Aumsviltc, May 7th, W.
S. Moss to Lucinda J. Snook." We
tender our most sincere congratulations
to the happy bride-groom, and hopo
"all his troubles may be small ones.
Iiie Sunday eleome of the 14th
has tho following : A survey is being
made for a new bridge across the
Clackamas river. It is to be built dur
ing the summer, and the railroad com
pany intends that it shall be substantial
i ml complete m every particular.
The sawfish which has adorned the
window ot "Oyster Tommy's" restaur
ant for the past winter has been dispos
ed ot to the proprietor of the American
ixcnangeat 1'ortland, and is attracting
Luu.imi.muiu aiieillion mere.
Late dispatches report that Moody
and Sankey are doing good work at
St. Louis, also that J. M. Eaeon lias
some of tho finest brackets, picture
Irani es, wall-pockets, etc., that have
ever been brought to this city, which
he will sell cheap for cash. '
Literary. The- young folks con
nected with tho Y. M. C. A. are prepar
ing for a literary entertainment, con
sisting of charades, tableaux, etc.,
winch is to take place at an early day.
"OurRanner a Hundred Years Old"
is the title of a beautiful piece of music
just received from F. W. Ilelmick, of
!i!e mn1-ti0hio'. If not to l found in
m.g 4'J cents to the publisher.
The opinion delivered by tho City
Attorney in regard to the tie vote for
Recorder was H.e same as expressed
by Mayor Charman "that there hav
ing been no election or vacancy oecur
nS. the old Recorder held the o?Iice."
The Oregon Congregational Associa
tion meets at Portland on the 15th of
June. Ministers and delegates will be
nnoSorgklf'.a riUS tranS 10rtati0"
The young men of Oregon City are
talking of organizing a baso ball club
Oregon City held the champion bat of
he state at one time, why can't we
have it again?
A billiard tournament for the cham
pionship of Portland and $100 will take
place on Saturday, May 27. Theinoney
is to be staked at the Ron Ton.
The W. R. T. &L. Co.'s boats land
at theO. S. S. Co.'s wharf with freight
for this place. 0
Mn. Jas. A. Smith, at one time a
resident of this city, and lately of tho
First National Rank of Portland, is the
Republican nominee for county clerk
ot Multnomah county.
What is pleasanter these nice morn
ings than getting up and taking a sun
rise walk of four or live miles before
breakfast? Nothing, certainlv, unless
it is lying in bed and thinking about it.
Oun thanks are due to Mrs. Eugeno
La Forest for a magnificent boquet of
flowers, tastefully arranrreoV viou-r
of this kind are duly appreciated.
A. J. Dufl'r, Oregon's centennial
commissioner, at Philadelohm
changed bis address to No. 1011, Vino
Mr. Jas. Upton left last week for
Salmon river to look after h
interests in that vicinity.
Visitino. "Oyster Tommy," late
proprietor of a restaurant in this city,
is off on a visit to his cousin, J. XV Nos
mith, in Polk county.
The Alden Fruit Drying Co. have
received an order from ("hir-no-. r..y
40,000 pounds of their dried apples at
Id cents per pound. '
Personal. Mr. J. R. Parish, editor
of the Commercial Reporter, published
at Portland, favored our sanctum with
a can last r riday.
"High Life" and "Who Wins" are
the latest brands of cigars out .mrl
M. Racon's. at the Postoibee is the
011I3' place where they can be found.
We understand that Capt. Tackel-
berry and Doe. McCully have both
been offered positions with the XV. R.
T. tfc L. Co.
The Oswego Iron Works, which have
been shut down for some time, under
going repairs, started up again last
The Occident came into the basin
last Thursday with ",000 bushels of
wheat for Miller, Marshall A, Co.
Mr. J. M. Racon, of this city, has
been re-elected Grand Scribe of the
Grand Encampment, I. O. O. F., of
Miss Annie Goon, at one time a resi
dent of this citv, is teaching school at
Capt. Wilkinson, of Portland, and
Major Davis, of San Francisco, made a
living visit to our city last Saturday.
Parents who desire their boys to
become "hoodlum.s"should allow them
to run on tlie streets after night.
For a first-class 'cigar, go to J. M.
Racon's. He keeps nothing but the
Neat, tasteful and unique, those
brackets, frames and wall-pockets.
A la roe sturgoon was caught in tho
river last Sunday by the fishermen.
Me.s. W. L. White has gone to East
Portland to visit her son Allen.
The sidewalk in front of th Congre
gational church is being repaired.
The Oregon City llouring mills are
running night and day.
Gov. I). 1'. Tuoirsox arrived at Roise
iCitv on the 9th.
Noltnek is improving rap-
Siwmg machine needles for sale at
I. M. Racon's.
Ti::;r.iToii3 aj, xjjws iti;ms.
Hop yards in Puyallup Valley are
looking very promising.
The largest crop of wheat ever
raised in Utah will bo produced this
Dr. Sparling has been chosen resi
dent physiciau at the Steilacoom In
It is estimated that tho wheat
yield of Walla Walla valley this year
will aggregate 1,000,000 bushels.
Black bass are plentiful at Port
Townsend, and 50 or GO fishermen
may bo seen most every day at the
A letter from New Mexico says tho
dreasers are warming up about
Rrigham and his purpose to,' gobble
up that country.
During the first four mouths of
the present rear 40,G7S tons of coal
were received at San l rancico from
The commissioners of Thurston
county Lave extended the time for
tho completion of the Olympia and
lenino li. 11. one year from the 31rj
of July next.
Fourteen liquor licenses wero is
sued at Seattle during April and so
far in May. Two of the fourteen
wero for wholesale, three grocery
and nine retail. The revenue from
this source for the time given was
The coal expert who visited the
1'uyaJJup valley to examine the coal
held for the Northern Pacific Rail
road Company, returned to Tacoma
last week and immediately started for
tlie east. The result of his - explora
tions will not be made public till
the company have had the benefit of
tho information derived from his ex
Capt. D. B. Finch has been at
Seattle for a week past, superintend
ing repairs on tho Eliza Anderson,
which is understood to be intended
to be placed as a passenger and
freight steamer on the route between
Olympia and Victoria. It is expect
ed that she will be ready for running
in about four weeks,when'cheap fares
and freights may be anticipated on
Senator Mitchell made an able
argument in the Senate on tbo lGtli,
in favor of the modification of the
Burlingame treaty with China, a
summary of which will be found in
the Congressional njews.
Armed to the Teefli,
Is a very common expression, bnt we
think that armed to embellish and pre
serve them to a 1 ipo old age is decided
ly more appropriate. This can be done
by keeping yourself supplied with a
bottle of that splendid dentifrice, Fra
grant SOZODONT, which will beautify
the teeth and preserve them from the
ravages of decay. SOZODONT con
tains no acids or gritty substances
which injure tho enamel, but is com
posed of rare and antiseptic herbs,
which have a beneficial effect on the
whole economy of the mouth. Sold by
The Importance of Cood Habits.
Goo I habits tend to prolong life. The
laws of Nature are in perfect harmony
with those of Nature's God. Habits of
life should be regular. The animal
functions should be regularly perform
ed, sleep should not be put oil' until un
timely hours, unnecessary and de
praved excitements should bo avoided.
The observance of hygenic rules will
not, however, always suffice to rescue
a naturally delicate constitution from
wreck. When this is the case a wise
discretion should be exercised in select
ing the tonic to bo used. Hostctter's
Bitters, on accouut of the purity of
their alcoholic basis, the powerfully in
vigorating properties of tho vegetable
elements which they contain, and
their alterative efficacy, are precisely
the article required to create energy
in and restore regularity to the
feeble system, and thus 1 .reserve it
from destruction. For those disorders
which proceed from impaired digestion,
dormancy of the liver and weakness or
irritation of the bladder or kidneys, it
is a most valuable specific, and isequal
ly to lie relied upon as a preventive of
malarious fevers. Persons who sutler
from natulonce will find it an excel
lent carminative. It remedies heart
burn with far more alacrity and cer
tainty than carbonate of soda, and re
lieves nervous headache and constipa
tion with gratifying promptitude.
The Ri tiers are a jMtwerlul auxiliary
in the blood manufacturing process;
giving tone to the entire system, and
recalls "the rose tint of health" to the
wan cheek and wasred invalid. They
also tend, through the medium of im
proved digestion, to increase the bodily
substance, and are a cipital appetizer
and after-dinner cordial.
Important. Endorsed bv the Medical
profession. DR. WM. 1IALIS RAI.SAM
KOKT11I-: LUNGS cures Coughs. Colds and
Cousin ption, and all disorders of the
Throat and Chest. DR. TOWr.EY'S
TOOTHACHE ANODYNE cures in one
B"Ttio National Gold Medal was award
ed to Hradley fc Rulol'son for the best
Photographs in the United States, and the
Vienna Modal lor the best in the world.
129 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
In this city, May 3d, Frodle, son of Mrs.
Sara Prougliton, aged 2 months and 20
At Damascus, Clackamas county ,'of con
sumption, Cornelius elcli, aged 37 years.
Tho deceased wars a steady and hard
working man, and was highly respected
by all who knew him. II' leaves a wife
and foiircJiililr. n to mourn his untimely
At a meet ing of the City Council of Ore
gon City, held May li'lh, 1S7U, tlie follow
ing notice was ordered published for two
weeks In the Oregon City Entkkpiuse, to
XTOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the City Council propose repairing
that portion of Main street between 11th
street and the southern line of the Oregon
City Woolen Mills, by tilling depressions
and ruts in same with a coat of line .stone
or gravel t wo-t birds of the cost of said re
pairs to bo assessed and collected off of the
property holders adjacent thereto.
Attest: M. C. ATHEY,
Ordinance Fo. I.
Be it ordained and established by the City
Council of Oregon City :
rjHAT, IV ADDITION' TO HIS PliES-
JL ent Unties, it shall hi? the duty of the
City Assessor and Coll"ctor to take the
census of the city; stating in detail tlie
number of male and lemale citizens;
males over 1 and under 2J; females over 1
and under 2; and the mnnb-T of lgal
voters. For the performance of which
duty he shall receive no additional com
i m 11 Kiit ion.
l'assed the City Council May 12, ISTti.
T I H s. ciIAIt I A X , Mayor.
M. C. Atiiev, City Recorder.
ONE HUNDRED TONS OF TOMATOES
and a large quantity of String Beans,
Green Peas and Sweet ( orn for cunning.
CbACKAMAS PAC1CINO CO.
Oretron City. May 8, l7ti M
SUITS AND PATTERNS CUT AXD
Dresses made in the latest stylos at
reasonable prices. Room No. 8 Cliff
House, Oregon City.
May 12 :1m
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE
closure and an order of sale and an
execution issued out of tlie Circuit Court ot
the State of Oregon for Clackamas
County to me directed and delivered, for
the sum of four thousand one hundred
and cigUty-six 47-ltR) dollars in United
States gold coin and the further sum of
twenty-live and 00-100 dollars costs and for
accruing costs uion suid writ in favor of
Jafayette Grover, Governor, S. F. Chad
wick, Beeretary of State, and Albert II.
Brown, Treasurer of the State of Oregon,
ex-oftlclo IJoard of School Eand Com
Commiinioners, and against Joseph Kel
logg I have levied upon and will sell at pub
lie auction, to the highest bidder, for cash,
tojiue in hand "paid, in front of the Court
House door in Oregon City, Clackamas
County, Oregon, on Monday, the lyth dav
of June, A. D. 1S7(3, at the hour of ten
o'clock, A. M. of said day, in accordance
with said decree and the order of sale
therein contained and in tlie manner pre
scribed by law, all the right t itle and inter
est of t rie said Joseph Kellogg and Estella
Kellogg, his wife, in law and in equity, all
right of redemption thereof, except as by
st atute provided, to the following described
Real Estate, to wit: Beginning at a point
seventy-live links East of the North-west
corner of section six, in Township Two,
South of Range Two, East; and running
thence North, thirty-three minutes; East.,
forty-tour chains and ninty-even links;
Thence west twenty-four chains and
twenty-three links: Thence South, two
degrees ; East, fifty chains and thirty links ;
Thence Sou Mi, eighty-eight degrees and
forty-five minutes; West, seventy-eight
chains and seven ty-Ave links; Thence
South, thirty-three degrees; West, fifteen
chains and thirty links; Thence North,
eighty-nine degrees and fifteen minutes;
East, seventy-four chains and twenty-nine
links; Thence South, thirty-seven chains
and sixty-one links; Thence East, sixty
live chains and eighty links; Theneo
North, fortyfour chains and ninef y links ;
Thence North, eighty-nine degrees and
twenty-two minutes ; West, thirty chains ;
and thence North, thirty-three minutes;
East, twelve chains and twenty-three links
to tlie place of beginning, containing five
hundred and thirty-two acres and s'ixtv
pix hundredths of an acre, situated in
Clackamas County, State of Oregon, to
satisiy saui writ 01 execution, costs and ac
cruing costs. T. J. AI'PERSON,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
May 10. 1X76. w4.
In the matter of the estate of llinn-
Notice of t he sale of real estate.
"VTOTICK IS HEREBY CilVEN THAT
Jk.1 by virtue of an order of the Hon. Coun
ty Court of Clackamas Count v. ( rr"Yn
made and entered on record at. Anril term
or said Court April 3d, 1X76, I will sell at
public auction on Saturday, June 10, 1S76,
at the hour of 1 o'clock J'. M. of said da v,at
the Court House dexjr In Oregon City,
Clackamas OOll Fit v t r tii.rf.net
bidder for U. S. gold coin, the following de-
nenuwu reai esuue, situate in f lie county 01
Clackamas and State of Oregon, ad
bounded and described as follows, to-wit :
f'nin monei ti rr nt b nr. sw b..i 14-1
- ....... , txv v ..tl l" li v x Till CT.
tions 14 and 23, cast, running thence north
- urns : im-uce west lou mas : inence souin
160 roils ' thpnno r.-icf ill rt.tc li-.nr
nort hPflst VM rrwl tAtlin ,-.1 o rn tf lro-i n n i n T -
... .... n.v. pmvi; - r-1
containing l."io acres more or less, all in
township 3 east cf the Meridian 2 sout h.
xerms 01 saie a wenty per cm. 01 me
mainder to le payable w hen such sale Is
approved bv the Cou-t.
MAItGAHET F. SPKAC1VE,
Administratrix of the estate of Henry
Oregon City, May 12 5t.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE
closure, and an order of sale, and an
execution issued out or the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Clackamas
county, to me directed and delivered, for
the sum of three hundred and thirteen
ll-n,ll twnty-six one-hundredths dollars,
(S3 13 2f5j, in gold coin, and the further sum
ot thirty-six and thirty-five one-hundredths
dollars ($30 :V) cost sand for accruing costs
lniavorof J. 15. Miller and against John
G ruber, 1 will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, in front
ot the Court House door in Oregon City,
Clackamas count v, Oregon, on Monday,
the lith day of Jim--, A. !., 170, at the
hour of one o'clock I1. M. of said dav, in
accordance with said decree and the order
of sale therein contained, and in the man
ner prescribed by law, all tlie following
described real estate, to-wit : All the riirht,
title and interest of tho said John G rubor
in and to any and all stone quarries In the
lollowing described land, to-wit : Ix!s one
(1) and two (2) and N. E. of N. E. of
section 13 in township 2, S. It. 2 E., contain
ing ill 35-100 acres, also lots on-; (l),two
(2) , three (3) and four ( 1 , and S. W. V of
N.W. of section IX, township 2, S. K. 3 E.,
containing 1S6 53-100 acres, being the dona
tion land claim of John Her, deceased,
together with the right of way over any of
the said land to and from said stone quar
ries, and also the right to select a portion
of said land not exceeding three acres, for
the purpose of building shops, sheds, or
such buildings as he may see tit to erect,
and also sufficient ground to quarry and
work stone. Together with all and singular
the tenements, hereditaments aud appur
tenances thereunto belonging, or In any
wise appertaining, and all the estate, right
title and interest of tho said John Gruber
at law and In equity in or to the sain.-, to
satisfy said execution, costs and accruing
costs. J. T. AFPERSON,
Sheriff Clackamas County, Oregon.
May Jth, A. D., 1X76. wl.
The nominees of the Democratic and
Republican parties will address their fel
low citizens on the political issues of the
day as follows :
Oswego May 20
Union School House " 23
Cascades, "Gerde's Hall" " 21
Jos. Young's " 25
Viola, Good Templars' Hall 26
Reaver Creek School House " 27
St nub's Store " 20
Marquam's School House 30
Lower Molalla, Camp ground " 31
1'loasant Hill, Seely's School h'scJune 1
Canby " 2
Oregon City " 3
Speaking to begin at 12 M. each day.
JfOTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN THAT
there Miere are funds now in my
hands applicable to the payment of the
lollowing city orders: Nos. 132, 137, lo3, 151,
155, 156, 157, 153, 150, 100, 101, 162, 163, 161 and
167. C. O. T. WTM.IAMS,
Oregon City, May 2d, 1876.
LliENRV liAXS, ADMIXIMTRATOK
of the estate of Mat hew Kerchem, de
ceased, having filed my Anal report and
account, with proper vouchers, it was or
dered by the Court that the 27th day of
May, 1S76, be set for the final hearing, at
which time all persons interested can ap
pear and make their objections, if anv
they have. HEN It Y GANS,
April 2X-W-1. Administrator.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY,
TI'ST AHRIVKi), DIRKCT FItOX
San Francisco, all the
IA t kst styles
of Spring and Summer
Hats & Bonnets,
Trimmed and I'ntrimmed, for tho Spring
and Summer of 187t.
JUTS A?2D BGMFJETS.
HATS AMD BONNETS.
E FEATHERS AMD FLOWERS.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS.
RIBBONS AND 0RNAMES4TS.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
CALL AfeD EXAMINE.
No trouble to show goods, and noono
urged to purchase. We shall keep a well
selected stock, and our prices shall bo very
reasonable, so that, all may be pleased.
Oregon City, April 7th, 187t-tf.
HAS JtTT RECEIVED A IVEW AND
elegant stock of
BOOTS cfi SHOES,
JEWELRY A SPECIALTY!
Which ho will sell lower than the lowest.
Cash strictly. Give mo a call lefore
coins elsewhere ; I shall take pleasure in
showing my Roods whether you buy or
not. Kemcmuer tlie place,
One door north of Ward A Harding's.
Oregon City, April 1, lS75.-tf
J. H. SHEPARD,
J3oot and Slioc Store,
Ono door north of Ackerman Uros.
Boots and shoes made and repaired as
cheap as the cheapest.
Nov. 1. lS75:tf
rpiIE AED1CN FRUIT PRESERVING
J Com pan v of Oregon City will pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
orPI-rMS, PEAKS inl APPLES.
Mr. Thos. Charman is authorized to pur
chase for the Company.
I,. D. C. IjATO U RETTE,
TITOS. CHARMAN, Secretary.
Oregon City, July 2S, 1.S75 :tf
PFKSOXS THAT HAVE LEFT
Deeds, Patents and Mortgages in tho
Conntv Clerk's office, of Clackamas coun
tv, Oregon, for record, will please call and
get them, particularly those' that have not
paid for recording the same. All that
have been filed prior to this dat? are re
March 13, 1S7G. mhl" lm.
5PPR2AL m I LLS,
LaRocque, Savicr & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for salo Flour,
Middlings, r.ran and Chicken Feed, Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the tack.
B. A. HUGHES.
Opios!to the Postofllce,
MAIN STREET, OREGOM CITY
IT A TS ,
BOOTS and SHOES,
1 imr-tfi ivn rrvT. rrnvi.M'ivc rnniw
L lUlti3 A.MIUL.Uil I L U.i.Mll.XU UUVllOj
TA BLE C UTLER Y,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
1"Y STOCK OP GENERAL MF.IS
Tj chandise is large and well ussorted.
There Is no house In tho city that can
SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS,
Is my motto.
Please call and see for voursclvcs that
the Goods at tho old firm of li. A. Hughes
cannot be beaten in quality or price.
I keep tho best Tea nnd C'ofle and a
good supply of Family Groceries.
I give the highest market price for good
B. A. 1ITJGIIES.
Oregon City, March 17th, 1S7G.
Tlie highest CasU price paid for Wool.
County Scrip Taken as L'utb.
DUVOL, FILLER & CO.,
AT SIOOUE'S MACHINE SHOP,
0 REG OX CITY, O KEG OX.
1 ?AXU5'ACTl'HCItS OP DUVOL'S
i.TX Patent Wheels for Vehicles of all
kinds. Also ail kinds of
Done to order,
Wagons and Carriages
Made aud Repaired, Jarid all kinds of
mariners' uiucKsnuthing none with uiS'
patch and neatness. Orders solicited.
Wagon and Carriage makers are invited
to examine our
And uso them instead of Wooden Wheels.
W e lit our Wheels to either Iron or
Thimblo Skein Axles. dec21-tf.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
T. W. RHODES,
Transient Hoard, $1 to $3 per Day.
Single Jllenlg .....50 cents.
iIoui-41 er Week S5 OO
Hoard uiul Iiotljrliijr, per week OO
Tho Tnblo will bo supplied with the best
the market affords.
Ball Suppers furnished on short notico,
and at reasonable terms.
Nov. IS, 1875. -If
Ei&XO FOlt SAX.K.
fEIIAVK THE FOLLOWIKQ REAL
Estato for sale.
1. Hesirablo building block In Oregon
No. 2. 1GO Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay; 8 acres in cultivation,
orchard, good water: 15 miles from
Oregon City. Prico $500, half down.
Xo. 3. iiXO Acres, 75 in cultivation ; houses,
barns, wells, Ac.; good orchard; 6
miles from Oregon City. Price $4,500 ;
half down. Sell half place at sam
Xo. 4. 90 Acres, 25 acres tinder cultiva
tion, 6 acres orchard, good running
water; 125 acres open brush land; H
mile from school house ; 8 miles from
Oregon City. 1,500; half down, bal
bqco in one and two years.
No. 5. Part of all the Barber farm, on the
river at Kock Island above Oregon
City ; 5 per aero.
No. 6. Land on the river abovo Oregon
City, cheap ; part of the Barber claim ;
good wood yard.
No. 7. 320 acres; 75 improved, n 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 $1,250, one-third down
balance on time.
No. 8. 40 acres at Milwaukio; part
beaver dam. Price, $1,000.
No. 9. S. Tj. Campbell's homestead for
No. 10. A rinrjnin. A farm In good run
ning order, 01 JiMU acres ; rio acres in
cultivation, M 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
fino stock, ten miles from Oresron
City, school house, church, postoflice,
and storo near by; all for $1,250, $1,
500, down, balance in three years.
No. II. A one and a half story house, ono
lot, barn, woodshed, well, etc., In
Oregon City, for $125.
Other desirable bargains in Clackamas,
the best county in the State.
Any sne having money to lend can have
our services, free of charge, In managing
tho same and selecting securities.
Persons wanting to borrow money can
get favorable terms by calling on us..
JOHNSON & McCOWN, anil
JOHNSON, McCOWN & MACItl'31,
Offices in Oregon City and Portland.
Nov. 12. 1S75 .If
MILLINERY GOODS !
TI ST nECEIVED, AT MRS. E. S.
I Warren's Millinr-rv- sarvi a n.r. rr.ri
' . ......... Mj -' V , . 1 1 " (IIU
elegant stock of latest styles of Millinery
aim uiuies' f urnismng boods, rortnc
Which will be sold at reasonable prices.
I-adies living in t he countrv, favoring me
with t heir orders, will find them promptly
MRS. E. S. WARKEN,
One door south of Dr. Welch's office.
Oregon City, March 17, 1S76.
Hear, for I will spestK oi excellent
,'QnD'S EXTRACT Tho great Vegetable Pnisi
l)estryer. Ua bcea m nse over thirty
year, and far cleanliness nnd prompt con
tive virtues cannot bo excelled.
CHRCHEN. No family can afford to bo without
Pond's Extra?!. Accidents Bruises.
Contusions, Cuts, Sprains, are relieved
almost instantly by external application.
Promptly relieves pains or Jturno, (Scalds
Excoriations, dialings, Old Sore,
Roils, l-'rlone, Corn, etc. Arrests in
ilamation, reduces swellings, stops bleeding,
removes ci:seo!orstious nnl heals rapitllv. o
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. It always relieves r.ita
in tlie buck aud Uius,fullnosd aud pressing pain
in the head, nausea, vertigo.
M LEUCGRRKCEA it has no equal. All kinds of kI
ccraliouM to which Indies are 6ijhject aro
promptly enred. PnUer details in book, accom
panying each bottle.
FJLES blind or bleeding meet prompt relfcf.
and ready core. No case, however chronic or
Obstinate, can long resist its regul.-ir use.
VARICOSE VE15S. Itia the only euro cure foe
this ditrvs:mr end dangerous condition.
KiDAEY DISEASLS. It has no equal forpenna
nontcure. BLEED HJ 3 from finy causo. For this L a
cine. It a:is raved hundred of lives when ail
other remedies failed to arrcs-t blading frou
none, fctouiac li, lunus, aud elsewhere. '
BHEUMATISM, KclMAlGIA, Toothneho u4
Larnche lire jai uLko ivl.eved, aud often pex
PHYSIC! A XS of all schools who arc acquainted
with I'did's Extract of W IteU Hazel rec
ommcndltin tlieir practice. V.'eliuve letters ct
commendation from hundreds of Physicians,
many of whom order U tor use in their own
practice. Ia addition to the fcre-oin, they
order its n-ie for f-welainss of all k3n.s
uinsy, Sore Throat, luiiumed Toiij.il?,
simple and chronic lMarrhrca Catarrh,
Jfor which it isi n ppecific,) C'ldihlniRx, J'rost-.
ed Feet, Slings of Insects, 3Ioscinitors,
etc., Chapped Ilnndc, Fn.ee, and indeed
nil manner of Bklu diseases.
FCiLET USE. Hcmoves Soreness, Ilonshnoss,
tiua MiiutiiiiB! l.eais t ut-i, trupiioBs,
and Pimple". It ret iirf, incirjiiraU, ar.d re
freshes, wliilo wonderfully improving the
TO FARMERS. Pond's Extract. No Stock
Brecdor.no LivervMan can ailord to be without
it. It is nst'rd byi;lltheLadinl.iver)rbtanlea,
Street Itailroads end first Ilurscmen ia New
York City. It ha? no equal for fiprnin, Har
ness of Saddle Ci".atinrs, Stillness,
Sertitchcs, Sv'cl!inprs,Cnts, Lnrprntious,
151eedinK, Pneumonia, Colic, Diarrlisa,
Chills, t.'olds, etc. Its ranre of action is wide,
and the relief it affords ia so prompt that it is
invaluable in every Farm-vard as well as. in
every Farm -house. Let it be tried once, and
yon will never be without it.
CAUTIQII. Pond's Extract has been Imitated.
The pennine article has the words Pond's Ex
tract blown in each .bottle. It is prepared by
the only persons living whoever knew how
to prepare it properlv. HefuFcall other pre
Jparatioua of Witch tlazcL This is tho only
article used by Phvsicinns, nnd in the hoepf-
talsof this conntrv'and Europe.
HISTORY AKD USES OF PCKD'S EXTRACT.
... J2.P!unElll,"t fonn, pent free ou applietition ta
, rsew York.
CE? R. 3 03 H A ?
& Id h fckk
CHICAGO k .ORTIMTESTESX EAILWJY.
THE PQPUUn ROUTE OVERLAND.
TJASSENOEItS KOIt CIIICAtJO, NIA-.
JL tiara. K:ills, Pittshur.y:, l'iiiiadelphia,
Montreal, Quebec, New V.'rk, lio.ston, or
nuy p.oint East, hould buy their
TK.txscdMJ x :;mai, ticki:'1"s
Via tlie l'ioiicer lioute,
CHICAGO it OKTII-VITi:it?
THIS IS TUP IJEWT KOl'TE EAST.
Its track is of STEEL RAILS, and on it has
been made the fastest tinie that has ever
been MADK in this country. I.vthis route
passengers for points east of Chiea.,ro have
choice of the following lines from C. icago ;
Kj- tlie Pitt'lur'r, Fort Wayiso aiitl
Clili-djro u itl i'eiiusy I viuiiii liitilvstys :
5 THItOUtJH TRAINS PAILY.w it h Pull
man Pahxee Cars through to Philadel
phia and New York on each train.
! THROUGH TRAIN, with Pullman
. Palace Cars to Baltimore and Wash
By tlie Luke Sliore and rilicliis'au
Southerii Railway autl Connection
(New York, t'entiiil und Eiie Rail-.
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
Palace Lrawinr Room and Silver PaU
ace Sleeping Cars through to New York.
By tlie Michigan Centra, Grand
Trunk, Great '.VcHlcni acid Kriu u ml
New York Central Hallways:
3 THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman
Palace Brawinj? Rkiii and Sleeping
Cars through to New York, to Niagara
Falls, BnlTalo, Rochester or New York city
By l?ltiino ve and Oliio liailrttad:
4 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
l'ullman I'alaco Cars for Newark,
Zanesvllle, Wheeling, Washington and
Baltimore without change.
This is the SHORTEST, BEST and only
line running Pullman celebrated PA LACK
SLEEPING CARS AN I) COACHES, con
necting with Union Pacific Railroaal at
OMAHA and from the WEST, via Grand
Junetioa, Marshall, Cedar Rapids.t'linton,
Sterling and Dixon, for CHICAGO AM)
This popular route Is unsurpassed for
Speed, Comfort, and Safety. The smooth,
we 11-ballasted and perfect track of steel
rails, the celebrated Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars, the perfect Telegraph System of
moving trains, tho regularity with which
they run, the admirable arrangement of
running through cars to Chicago from all
points West, secure to passengers all tha
comforts in modern Railway Traveling.
No change of Cars and no tedious delays
Passengers will find Tickets via this Fa
vorite Route at tin; General Ticket Office
of the Cent ral Pacific Railroad, Sacramen
to. Tickets for sain in all the Ticket Offices
of the Central Pacific Railroad.
W. II. STENNETT,
Gen. Pas. Agent.
MARTIN HUGH ITT, Gen. Sup.
H.I. STAN WOOD, General Agency, 121
Montgomery street, San Francisco.
Aug. 13 :ly
U. S. Laxo Office, Ori-oox City,
Oregon, Ma v -2, 1S70. I
C COMPLAINT HAYING BEEN ENTER
J ed at this ollice by Theodore Godde
against Frank Anfan Oite for abandoning
his-Homestead Entry, No. 2,721, dated May
1, lfi.'y, upon the W. !$ of the N. W. fi, sec
tion 22, township 2 south, range 5 cast, in
Clackamas county, Oretron, with a view to
tho cancellation of said entry: the said
parties are hereby summoned to apponr-nt
tills office on the l'Jth day of June, 1S7H, at
10 o'clock A. M., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged aban
donnient. OWEN WADE, Jicnixter.
T. R. HARRISON, Jtreiivcr
May 5, 176: w.
STILL-I.N THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DCQR SSUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HAPtDiiiG,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in tho
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Orecon City, March 28, 1873.
R. W. WORSHAFfl,
BEEF, P 0 R X A K D MUTTON.
Odd I.VIlow' !;iio:.-, SI.
n7Orders delivered to any part ofOregorj
Citv or Canemah.
Oregon City, Feb. IS :tf,