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OFFICIAL PAPER FUR CLACKAMAS COUNTY.
Crayon City, Oregon ,
June 23, 1871.
The Eadical Party.
The Radical party was brought into ex
istence on the agitation of the negro ques
tion, which had been growing' and gain
ing .tVength at the north from the time
New England succeeded in selling her
negroes to the South, which they had im
ported iu Yankee ships. The purpose of
these lladicals was ultimately to crush out
slavery, and lor this object it concentrated
all the auti-sluvery elements of the coun
try. But the favorable opportunity to
carry out this priuciple infamous as it
was did not occur until tho unfortunate
split in the Democratic parly took place,
v.'hich enabled the Radicals to grasp the
Federal Government, and to be successful,
it was Decenary to plunge the country
into 2 fratricidal and unholy war, and to
create sectional feeling and hatred.
AY lieu, the war was over, the objects
of the Radical party was an ''accomp
lished fact," as the negro wr.s then free,
and for a time, it threatened dissolution.
But they had learned during an eight
year's control that the people would
stand any kind of oppression, and the co
beside power of plunder has continued to
cement the 'ring'' together, and they
Lave become rich off' the earnings of the
people by squandering and sva liner their
money. They have become determined
not to relinquish their power, and in order
to retain it, it is necessary to keep up, by
a systematic crusade, the prejudices and
halted of sections, sind this is bought to
be done by agression and unjust, Legis
lation. By this means, the ring"' has
persuaded the people that the " it bellion"
is uo? vet en ied, and that the negroes are
being " i e i ed and even in danger of
being re t-u.d ied. They have continued
to keep up the excitement by one means or
another, and have led the people of the
North step by step into dangeious and
tuicid.il policies, and placed the Southern
States under control of the c.u-pet-b.ergers
and .negroes, and finally, after solemn
protest, they succeeded in e.-;tablihing.
contrary to the Constitution of our coun
try, negro suffrage over the entire land.
But during this entire time, while the
minds of the people have been diverted,
the leaders have kept up a successful sys
tem of robbery. But negro suffrage and'
loyalty could divert the people no longer,
and as there is to be another election to
decide who shall control this Government
for the next four years, the " ring" knew
that unless the people of the North can
again be rallied under the cry of loyalty,
that they must give up their holds on the
places which they have so disgraced.
of Southern outra
ami vonsrress passes other acs
yy h i e
1 will give? co'ojii'.ir to the infamous
;es against the Southern people, for
no other purpose than to keep up an ex
citement and aid them in retaining tower,
and enable the thieves and plunderers
1o more effectually control the elections
in the Southern States. - They have noth
ing to hang their hopes upon but the old
cry of ' lovall v" and we find the leaders
Lave already given this key-note. It is
the same old story, that should the Dem
ocracy get into power, they will re-ensuve
the negro; inaugurate another rebellion :
tax pension for the Southern soldiers
and saddle the Southern debt on the peo
ple. With these bugaboos they expect to
frighten the American people into voting
the Radical ticket, and thus be enabled to
continue their ctganized system of
robbery. The mission of the Radical
pany was nmui eu toe oeio w as sei
1.1 ...1 . t.
flee. For this the war was inaugurated,
and this done, the party has not one
principle upon which to ask or receive
the support of the people for a longer
continuance iu power. Since this ol-iect
has been obtained, the only principle
which has actuated the Administration, lias
been, how it could keep itself in power?
They have refused to pass any legislative
enactments which were calculated to ben
efit the people, and take the heavy bur
den of taxation elf their shoulders.
Nothing has been done by them but to
keep up a division and we ask all honest
thinking men whether it is not time that
iO., .-: i i i
v ii as snuii m c - use , ami our country once j
more restored to its former greatness?!
The Radicals have had exclusive manage- j
ment for the past six years of apparent j
joeaeo. yet we find the burdens of war as
$;.cai io-uuy as u,cy were in ltso.". and
our country in a state of anarchy. Peace,
which was promised us by the Adminis
tration, has been a signal failure, and no
peace can be obtained as huig as hatred
and sectional legislation usurps the high
places of power. Let the American peo-
back to the fundamental nturii.b.a
our Government. aiKi as pt..lc aK
mi assume us place in j
:,!fd and misgoverned '
our now distru
country. The negro quesdou is an ac- I
conipi ,s! d iact." and so are many of the
d im .all i,!-:s of the Radical party, but
there is yy.f enough left of our once free
and glorious inheritance to re-establish
ourornier greatness. To this end. the
Democracy must be called to power iu
our National councils.
Henry Ward l'.eecher say s the Saviour
of mankind was the original Republican.
Ihe only' thing we can find in his history
fending to prove his assertion is where he
imitvd a thief to visit him in l'aradise !
The,e certainly was nothing but Democ
racy in that nimn on the Mount, which
pitched peace ami good-wilt toward ail
men. or in that incident of h's life w hen he
drove money-changers from the temple :
or when he urged his disciples to go about
doing good, w ithout waiting to till their
purses with scrip.
I. O. O. F. Grand Master K. L. Bristow
has issued the following proclamation,
under date of lire ICth inst :
Dy the power and authority in me
vested. 1 do hereby authorize and grant
permission to all Subordinate Lodgers in
this jurisdiction, to appear in procession,
or Isewheie, in the name and with the
Regalia of the Order, on the approaching
anniversary of American Indepecdecce,
Julv the Fourth. A. D. 1S71.
:T" n, i i
The following remarks of Gen. McCook,
Democratic nominee for Governor of Ohio,
shows his position on the amendments
which he made after his nomination :
Let me speak now upon the fifteenth
which confers the right of suffiage upo
the blacks. It was no lead imate eon.-e
quence of the war, it was no legitimate
consequence of secession, but it was passed
in the exigency of a political party, that
they might have control as much in Ohio
as in these States iu the South. ap
plause. I opposed it as 1 did the four
teenth from beginning, and I have no re
gret over that opposition. 1 was con
scious then that I was right,- I am con
scious still. Applause. But now one
word more upon it. If it contains noth
ing but this provision for suffrage, there
would be but little objection in it; but it
contains a provision intended to confer
power upon Congress which is dangerous
to the liberties of the country, and the
dangers can only he avoided hy having
Democratic Congressmen in the future,
who will trust no powers to the executive
which bears the purse and sword to inter
fere with our elections, so far as the ques
tion, simply the question of negro suf
frage is concerned, and it is the only
merit which is in the amendment. Sup
pose, ir: fellow-citizens that it were here
to-day repealed ; suppose that Congress
pass a provision submitting it to the
States, and suppose three fourths of the.
States would only act in the future, and
no right acquiied under that amendment
cou'.d ever be taken away by any snbse
ne.nt repeal of it. Why. then, do we dis
turb ourselves upon a discus-don of these
two amendments ? Why. I say need we
Dettinma's depart and divide and distract
our.mh es tip.?: the subject of the amend
ment, which, if it were changed by the
common consent of the whole people of
the country, would leave the 'right ac
quired by the bi.u k man to his vote as
lull, a securely, as any piece of property
that he acquired by his labor.
DK.VTII OV .'IK. VALLASDIGH.VM.
CivriNXATi. June 1(5. A soecial to the
!'.. from Lebanon, says that VYllan-;-m.
one o! th" conu.-el for the defense
Met ieeh ill. stecid-
v shot him.-eit at
B- teuton to i.jght. He was io the room in
company with Governor Mei'nrnev. show
ing with a pi.-tol how the murdered man
might have hit himself", when the pistol
was discharged, the baii entering the riht
si.le of the abdomen, belo.v the nbs.
Surgeons are now makingan examination,
i he accident produced in'en-e excisemen;.
A special IV- to Lei) Haiti 11 o'clock savs
Valhitidigham s vomiting, which is re- I
g irded as an im'av'or .l'.e siirn. One of j
physicians said there
Doetors fi nil u -s
ot lnleriiu hemorrhage,
lie and Diake ceased tin
ibottt an Lour alter the
Cincinnati, June 17. The Cmm.rclO.
has the following account of the
it's that no
but i )
aeeidoo t oecu rrec
Governor Melon iiov. who had been
elated With him in the defense of McG
McBnniey had expressed si me doubt i'3
to the theory tha; Myejs had shot himself,
and Mr. YaHuiidigham picked a pis .,
from i hi table, savin', he vv ou.d show l.im
in half a second. ' v. o pi-'iiN were on
the table -one unloaded and he by mis
take took up the loaded one. He put it
in his pocket and withdrew it. keeping (
the muzzle next l is body. Ju-t as it was i
leaving I j i.i pocket If was d setiarged. the
bill cn'eriiig. ii is sail, wvr the s line
place where Myers was shot. He at once
ej.icula'ed oil murder." an I said he had
taken the wro;j:r pish 1. While the ex. un
it!. 1 1 o: v.is gtdng on. he w robed the sur
ge, jus at work wilh easrer eves, and even
assisted i hem in :feir search for tf,f
ed at eighteen minutes io 10 o'c
lias forenoon. II went dow n very rapid
! ly alter o o'clock hnvimr no pulse t-earcety
i after tfitt hour. Dr. D;.v.-on. of Cmcin-
nail, a.rrived at o (. 'clock, but too late to
i do anything for the flying man. Judure
jHayues. Los law partner from Dayton.
reached Lebanon this forenoon, with
i oilier personal frierds. who were with him
j in his last hours. McGo!ian, iu prosecu
j tion d' wdmse c se he lost his liny w as
I taken from j lil this forenoon to the bed
S side, and shed tea s as he beheld the dy-
iug friend who had appear e I during the,
j pr"gress of the tiial to summon ail his
energy and legal ability in Ids delen-o.
i Mr. i-'iilet made Ids argument for the State
j yesterday, and was to have been lot io Wed
i this forenoon bv Milliken.
1' l.i;lo; I-i June 17 H,n T.,hn T
! V c. a ion. one of lh, ablest, and most ,!
I tinguished lawsers o! Mainland.
Cumberland Thursday night,
siso'i' of ilcMahon is the wife
Tiie South Carolina Convention.
The convention of the fax-payers of
South Carolina to devise some means for
taking the State out of the hand.- of plun
derers and demagogues was largely at
tended by the best, men of the State. It.
i resolved very strongly iu favor of minority
or pivpori ior.al rep : een la'. ion. and was
remarkable tor the entire ab-eneo of any
ef those feelings which the Republican
press are now trying to convince the
North are universal in the South. Mr.
Tenholm. r.x-Secretary of the Treasury for
the Contederaey siid: 'ihe (.'ou i en ' ion
did not meet io protest against the prin
ciple of universii suffrage, but the un
equal application of th.u principle. The
principle of universal i uiJV-tge lies at the
foundation of every true republican gov
eminent."' What was wanted was that
under universal suffrage the minority
should r.ot be dislranebised. and this
Could be effected by the adoption of some
such plan of eonun illative voting as tha!
recommended by the commii'ee. If it
were said that such .a change in the elec
toral law mu-f come from the majority,
and the majority would not sign away
their power, he would say that the major
i v had conceded minority representation
to Gieat Driutin, and in the Siate
of Illinois. No man believes that the
j-e.-toratton of slavery in this country is
pcss.bie or desirable. If such a thing
were possible, and it was put now to a
vote ol tins ('oiiveroion. no. a voice, m
my opinion, wcedd be ivised for it. We
are iu the match of intelligence. The
sent'noeur of the civilized world goes to
establish univi r-al freedom as ihe birth
right, of every mtn." Co 1 1 ced i u n t lie free
dom and the suifrago (!.,. slaves, the
whites of Soutti Cat olina were in a mi
nority, and needed commulative voting to
give them i v presentation.
Anotiu.u NTi.i-onc Cess. The Koseburg
E.-s-'jna, Uepuljiican p.ijvr U after
one of Grant's office-holders and gift en
terprise men iu tho following style :
There is complaint at I-mg.-ne ,..' the
now Surveyor (b-u-rai. as he ha- made
the Land Uidice there a timiiv cooet ti "
running it iti tiie interfst t hfs ,,wn .'."
uml hffJij rela'iv-s. The old lad v is it.
only one in the family -out ot oilil-e "" - i,l
it is supposed the new Gen. w;!l ,.,',
give her a contract. The ci'i.eus there
wouiu iim n vveii n a .-iirvevor G-n-nl
be appointed wl.o i.,,i
- - i-i j U1CU V
Hon. George Daucroit has
Minister to Berlin.
Contributions arc now ia order. Send
packages or parcels to U. S. Grant, Wash
ington, D. C.
A Desperate AfTray-
From the Plaiudealer. J
On last Satuiday morning Thos. and
Henry Gale, publishers f the llishjn,
mole" an assault upon Mr. Thompson,
oiblisher of this paper, which resulted
ery seriously to all "of them. The diGi
u'ty arose from a series of bitter per
onal articles, which the EuxUjn had pub
lished against Thompson. Ye learn that
a week before, Thompson had told Thos.
Gale tha? he would no longer submit to
these att.icks. Last weeks paper con
tinued she; e flings, and Thompson meet
ing 1 hos. Gale in the Post Office ou last
last Saturday evening spit in his face.
Gale put his hand in his pocket as if to
draw a pistol, when Thompson kicked
him several times. It appears that Gale
had no pistol with Iron at the lime, but
ran immediately to the Jbnshjn office
where lie and Henry Gale aimed them
selves and started in search of Thompson,
but i hey did not meet him. On Sunday
j morning about luj o ctocii tne two (.rates
lu'iy armed, came up town to Fink's
saloon which is near to the post office.
About 11 o'clock Thompson, who had
been at his office making up his
mail, carrie down to the post office
accompanied by Virgil Conn. Upon
opening ids box he saw that the post
master. Mr. Stanton, was inside, and he
rt-.iu'stvd him t; epen the door, which he
d.d. A iter going m-nde and leaving the
mill. Thompson and Conn came out and
walked north, and as they readied the
i corner of flint it Morgan's store they met
ltie t rules. Henry passed rust without
speaking. Thomas, alter he had passed
Mr. Conn. Said You made a cowardly
assault upon me." i hompson turned and
asked what he alluded to. Thomas said
the a saiiit !a.5t night. Thompson said
well what of it.7' Henry then said
' Why did you not jump on me. ' Thomp
son said " If you are the one who doe,s
that part of tiie business. I will g af'o-r
you the next iim-.': Henry then used
some abusive epnbets. and 'ihompson told
tli'-m that he knew they were both armed
and i.mmded to attack bim. but t hey were
Co v ai ds and he was not afraid ot b.oh ot
them. Henry then struck him a oevere
blow with a cane on the left side of his
face. Thompson kicked and struck at
Henry, but did not knock him down, and
at the same moment Themai hot at him.
j The bad. which was from a "targe bored
' single barrel cat ridge p'i.-to!, entered at
1 the corner ot his vest pocket on tne right
I side mid passing through a number of
j letters and tickets, glanced so tnat it oniy
j cut the skin ot his sede. about two inches
Hi length. Thompson iheu die v hy pis-
tol turned and shot 'I lioiirn. Tn'. ball,
J which was tiom the smallest, si.e der
j ringer, entered Ids brea.it on ihe right
' . l .1 i . L 1
sloe near i:.e lower cno oi me u.r,,-i
bone, and is supposed not to have ein.-i ed
the cavity, but passed around and bulged
in the buck. The Gales then s'aited
toward., tin post office. Thompson turned
to Henry and beai Pirn over the heao
wiili ttie but: of his pistol clenched in iiis
hand, while doing ihis Thomas came be
hind him and beat him over the he.-ol.
As ho turned 'o Thorn is. Henry drew a
lour shooter and shot Thompson iu the
buck of the h
f head to the rii'hi of the eir.
Thompson turned and received another
bail i:i the left .vbouider. At this time
TieOiijtson again ? l-roi. and as he did so.
Henry placed his pi.-od against ti:e back
ot his neck and fired, the bill en'e.cd
near Ihe angle of the jaw on the Pit side
and passed into Lis mouth, immediately
fii .iiig his mou.i h and throat with tdoo.l.
Thompson m oie an itieffecfital effort to
Speak, and the Gales !e!t. and wen! to the
ding store of Dr. Ilamiiton. 'ihi.'inpson
was taken ti h.s hou-e and the bulieis all
extracted. His physici
llamtl'on and Jfoughto!
w oiiuds thouitii severe a;
ns Dr. Hoover,
think that his
not. d ngeroiis.
Henry (. :!e y not seriously
'I horn is is dkei, to rer-oy ;r.
i 1 IV!
1 e! ram 1 rom Hi tii o
rd i o i he ui iii er. .
e ve W 1 ness.
3 lis -Oi' j liepCius itscif.
Tho frightful corruption of the Roim;n
government and ot ihe i(::.ii iu peopif at
the era of Catiline's conspiracy, w as not
greater- than .'hat of this e o vein men t and
th.s people t. a d ty. As Ca' if. iu ihe Ro
ll! i i .-ornate, p diluted and found excuses
for the crimes and excesses of Coiuilne
and his iiss.n-hites. s , Morton, and ivl
ni!i:;ip :i;. 1 Siiei'ill-lU find excuses f ,r the
crimes ! d biiii.der.i oi i'resitlent Grant
The !u ivlux bill pas- d at tie sugges
tion of die 1 're.-i-h. n : , is a direct amide oi
ly blow at the liberties ol the American
people. The ai. ruii. g strides towards
ceniraliz liion mid.- at the late sesdou rd'
Congees.,. i'u;d to the subversion of the
preseif form oi govern ment and ihe erec
tion of an imperial siruc ore iu it place.
So grea' is the d-tnger. that ihe m .derate
and thinking i.uui oi the ilepublic m party
Stan 1 agiia- at in-' sp ''.ic e presented to
tin ir view. :.!, with Y;:i. Culleti Dry ani.
In- iihle idi'of o! tiie Xew )
road v to t-.xci iitn that "d.ii!
ilk I 'us!, are
n a id civil
leal the coti
o will cii-ck ami d
gains th- liberties of the peo-
.- in;t t'i.at tho Case Is riot so desper
ate , - to refpofo sticii it. tii'ead.'ul reui-ily.
We io lii- So liii 1) tve had enough of civil
war. und i;e-ire -.v to cttitivato oily the
arts o( jieac'. 'iii aga d -'priced of our
j i-o share in l-n - ; :;n.iis (ii tii, naiion ;
though many of :.r best and wise-t m-;i
are pio-ecn'ed and deoi.-d tin piivii-g-s
shared by the most igao. arit and ii literate
n-g.o. ir-.-h from the corn and eo;;c:i
fields : ye! w ;i re d sirous oi b- u pig our
piOpor h.u of til- burdens, and h:iting ;ti
ihe Me yngy ol lii- go veri! uieu l under
wiiieh we live.
e ha ve accepted iiml will abide by
the i.--ties of ; lie w ar. Vv'e recogni.e prac
tically the valtdi-y of t!i- amendiit-nts to
the Constitution, wheliier ili-g.oly ob
tained or not. and only ak that tlio Con
stitution be permitted to sound as it is.
The arbitrary power placed iu the
hands of tho Pr-sio-nt alarms .ill thinking
m-u wi h fears tor the siubiiity ol theitov
ornment ;ind tiie preservatiott of republi
can iustituTiotis on the An.ericiti Conti
nent. At the time of Catalin-'s conspir
acy. Rome was at. the zenith of her power,
ye! all within was a whit-d sepulchre of
corruption. The American government,
though apparently on a firm and solid
b is!-. A really on the Verge of the most
tremendous ci isis in its history. Let us
hope that the cilm and sober second
thought of the American people will re
ject the counsels of tin wiid and wicked
men now controlling their de-'uii-s. who
are hurry ing us on to a point beyond
wiiieh w e cannot retrace our steps, except
bv the desperate means suggested bv the
Who will be the Cito in the Lamed
St ites Sena!- u arouse the people to a
sense of their peril ere it be too bite?
XorfoUc V'i ) Jo.tr
Infokm a i io V.iM i:i! of Michael OTo ien,
aged i liirt v-t wo. son of Michael O'Brien
and Ann Heady, of Muihrgh , Ulster coun
ty, del and. who wots last heard of in Tevas
and .Mexico, ten y ear since ; a!o of James
O'llrien. his brother, ;ig"d twenty-! due
vviio w;s last heard of ia ilatiuy tittk, Pa
some three years since.
Any inform. lion concerning them, sent
to X-i. jl.i 1 V;ui street. New York, will
relieve the anxiety of" their widowd
m 'ther and only sister, Maria. Pemeroy's
A Radical Cai:ikt -Baogkii come to
Gkikf. C. C. Bowen, a Radical carpet
bag Congressman from South Carolina,
has been convicted in the Criminal Court
at Washington for bigamy, and sentenced
to the penitentiary for two years. There
are others who ought to be there to keep
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
The citv election at rortlaod last M"on
dav was carried bv the Radicals. The
New Departure'" didn't win many con
verts. It probably will when the people
understand the matter.
The Mouiainser of the 17th has tho fol
Since our last issue the Columbia river
has risen about ten feet, and is now
several feet, deep at the corner of .Main
and Court streets. All the stores and
hotels along Main street up to U ashuigton
have been removed to higher ground.
The Island on which stands the (). S.N.
Company's machine shops and depot
builuiugs. is entirely covered with water.
The most of our store keepers have moved
into buildings in the back streets and
some of them have raised their goods up
high above the water and intend " fighting
it out on that line."
The following abstract of Dr. A. D.
Ellis, the visiting Physician s report, for
tiie quarter ending1 May 31st. has been
handed us for publication. Number of
inmates at the beginning of the quarter
HI ; admitted during the quarter 13 5
females. males ; discharged dnneg the
quarter !) 8 females. 1 male: died 1
David Hart May 31st. The persons svd
mit'ed were from the following counties:
Multnomah.-!; Linn. 2 ; Grant, Douglas.
Washington. Denton. Yamhiil. Josephine
and Marion, each, 1. Total May 31st
A telegr.ua from Halsey. under date of
the 20th suys that the body rd' Samuel
Wilhiut. son of Mr. Wiihoit of the Soda
Springs. Clackamas county, who was
drowned while sw imming in a lake near
Lancaster on Saturday r vetting, has been
recovered, and wiil be taken to Salem on
to day's passenger train, tor interment.
The St'ttrxitvut of the 17ih says, that on
the J",:i, iusi.. four children ol Mr. Win.
Lampsou. wit ft their uncle, undertook to
cross a slouch horn an island to the main
laud, lour miles below Wheatland, when
the boa' tided with water and capsized.
1 fie uncle, w hose name we did not learn,
succeeded in .saving one of the children,
the other three, a boy aged about D) years
and two girls aged respectively o and 8
vears. were drowned. Dr. H. V. V. John
son, of McMinvil e, states that I hey were
on iheir way a' the time to vi-it '.Leo
grandfather. Mr. liuooh Cooper, who hvs
near the scene of the disaster. The body
of one of tho children wis found yester
day, ami the (tiend- and neighbors ot the
bereaved lainiiy were in starch of the
other tw o when tl e boat left Wheatland.
The same: paper shvs that Mr. George
M. Stroud, who has lo-en running as maii
agent on the 0. A C. K. R.. has resigned
his position and bee.i appointed Con
ductor on one ot the passenger trains.
He will take Ids train as soon as the pro
posed new time tab'e g -es into operation.
Mr. Asher Wail, formerly connected with
the stage eompunv. takes the vacurcy
made by Mr. Stroud's lesigua ton.
We take the following items from the
B Ohtln :
The case of Jacob Shaft le. Street Com
missi. ner. against L. D. Huici.inso.i. of
this city tor lam-i;:?'s for slander, termin
ated in the Chen! Court yesterday. It
was an aggt tvu'ed c t-e. and the v erdict
of ihe jury lor S i ! h for the plaintiff",
gives universal satis! iciioii.
Dr. J. C.Hawthorne of Last Portland
has presented II m. Jus. Hendersbbt t with
a pair of boautiiul white Chester pigs to
be added to the stuck of his ranch in
Grand Roude Va'o'y.
A largo shij no it of wool for San
Francisco pswet.usus reached hen la-t
steam, r from Wuilohi. It will be for
warded next sieioner to California.
The A'l rootle -ays that Pi of. ILK. War
ren has been seh-eled for th" presidency
of ihe Albany Coih ge for the four eu-u
in" .ears. A rood eb-ctlon. The c
A'"', e-.'.v' pi edi
Iff v r-. nd'M- t be manage
ment of Mr. V o t'eii i; ,vdi t ike to si rank
among the in o o u i ioey of learning in thu
State or on the Pacttio coast.
The Pl'fhi-l uUr sa that Y. Strom n a
mvivoof D.'-iln it k. ag-'d about .'1 ) yea is
c-'mmihed suicide ou I i i i i v. Jute 'i.
Tiie circumstances that led to the cum:::':
si n of this r.r-h art are as follows : i he
(b iM-i'd took
ition fi.-hiy w.
a fishery loms;
iiig of th.- -Jd
up an i -. i i 1 or ra'hr a
it. to th; Lih'tl-huig il-
th the mooi'voi to c.arrv m
if. ;o'd I'criy in tho rnorrt
of fiino lie was hosv in
eta . i i : g a
:'!g on ;t. ,i r. Xii! ettM o!
i he Liion-bat g lide-ry ir:--d in cnipuiv
wio'i ionr or live meu to efl'.-ct a htioling
on tin oi ami for tin tot. m--'
;i shod tor his s
their landing mid
! t'.i'iii t . 1 1 ! o : i i i i . 1 v r i
telt took efe'ct.
hilt W hon the
stl'.itil m dee! y.-d
1 a w : r - ii ; lor his ai i
He : i.'f -uppro.iche I him
1 that he never wa ia
iife and never wou'd he
luted a revolver ' his
j iii in h.s v. !.
taken tie-: e.
breast an 1 fired. lb died
w :;!,-) it, a
t!nigIe. Tii ' d -ee is- 1 W.l-
in;lu; i tot; . in in a I bore a g
a ol).y and
Profession and Practice-
? . i
HOC i ill .
Wahiiietoii 2. ;.,' s.iv s : During
i s vio'eiit, paroxysms of pretended
the ii-'t nb ican voilv, in :i so'emn
mciph-s. (?) denounce. l
my its twin r-lic.-" of
male war upon o:ie.
slavery' a:n poly
but have b-'en i,i. t m-'i'ciiSt: iri toleration
of the other, bee.u.sr its agiurion might
bring to ligiil some inconvenient reveLi-
lions ipe, uer hoim
just shown Iiis appreciation of
cu, uir ni.-iioilio-i" which ex
hieh exists in Liah.
by nomtii tt'it.g il;.' siii of Brigham Young
as one of the ten c i lets within his gift, at
West Point, while the orphaned chihlron
of thousands of soldiers, who sacrificed
their live-i from a sens? of patriotic duly,
are struggling for. sub - istetice. and their
widowed mothers pining in penury ; the
General who commanded their husbands
and fa' hers, passes them by with indiffer
ence, to seek out. for his ;ecia! favor dm
progeny (d ime, who raised a rebel ihm :
w ho insolently b ties ihe law. and whos--name
over the civilized world is a iv
proach to the Republic I And Ihis is the
same President, who. a lew nights ago.
figured so conspicuously at the Young
Men's Christian Association : who re
..;,r..,l ui .v- uion oreomize 1 bv the soeen-
i:t 1 V - i ... - - r- - - ... -
I. oi,, .T Christian soldier.' Gen. Howard
and his Secretary of the Interior, .Mr. De
lano, and who Mr. Stewart, ot Philadel
phia, prayed min ht -long rei.jn over' this
tree nation.' What wiil Brigham Young
say. when In reads those saintly proceed
ings, after receiving the commission to
West Point for one of his multitudinous,
off-p ring '
Three hundred mote thieves, vagabonds,
murderers and rowdie.- wanted to travel
through the South stealing from negroes,
robbing houses, iasnliinir and outraio-r
women. and occasinuaHy murdering an uj,j J
mail. All work of this kind will be I
I 1..1-.T-I . ... . -
cnargeo io nu-jviux ami paid lor hy 1 res
ident Grant and oilier thieves interested
in his reelection.. Address, with refer
ences, Moxa Morion. Beast Butler or Ig
noramus Grant a trinity of devil's crows
sitting on the political limb at Washing
Thanks. Dr. ' l-j-ssing, formerly of this
place, has our thy.ks f(.r his efforts in be
half of extending the circulation of the
ExTEitPiiist: at Cathlamet, W. T. The
Doctor has forwarded us several subscrib
ers for vrhicb wo feel very grateful.
From the Mercury.
Two escapes have lately been effected,
by convicts at the Penitentiary. They
were accomplished in an ingenious and
peculiar manner, by men detailed to work
outside prUon bounds, in tending masons
employed on Ihe new Penitentiary build
ings. One of the convicts, who thus es
caped, has been captured and returned :
the other, from the vigilance used in his
search, will most likely, be secured soon.
It is remarkable to witness the aghast at
titude taken by the Radical press here
abouts, at this Incident, to pour out their
pent up feelings, concerning the. manage
ment of the State I iim. One would
think from their common, s. that radical
ism had been such a custodian of State
prisoners heretofore, for eight years it
had been in power, that no one had es
caped who had not been portioned, and
that all had served out their time who
ou"h! io have been retained. They for-
tie esca n.'s
by gangs, 'under Super
mterder.-t Mi.i.v. and by (i"zeui umier .-superintendent
Retry. Roth of ihe prede
cessors of Superintendent Watkiuds had
full control of their men about dm prison,
and were not engaged, unless for si ecial
duty, on outside work ; yet they frequent
ly and constantly b st men by their es
capes. Dutiiiir "all the time the convicts
were kept iu Portland, they had a good,
substantial and permanent prison build
ing and yard, in which to keep tfce prison
t is. These prison buildings cost the
State some eighty thousand dollars, and
were sound and secure. Rut by Some
legeidemain of modern Republican job
bing. I hey wt-m- disposed of for a song, to
the Oregon If ot Works; and the State
has been without a Penitentiary, except
a temporary wooden structure, which, at
this time h so rotten that it has ceased to
a fieri any teal security in keeping con
victs. Add Io this fact, that Wol k is now
progressing pi the erection of perm ment
buildings tor a Penitentiary, undercharge
ol commis-non rs. who are not responsible
to the prison management for secuiity of
convicts employed iu the buildings, and
the pubPe will see at a glance that, theie
is great diflieulty in keeping convicts per
fec'ly sectite from occasional escape.
One of the convicts escaped was a bov
who had no shackles on. for tin
that the Gardener shackle, used
pi tson. is can
idered by the prison physi-
et m ns so damaging to Ihe prisoner while
a; wotk as b. be inhuman; so it is not
on young pe; -ens at work.
We have v i-itel our Penitentiary several
times, and can tosuty ihat the discipline is
excellent, and that more work is aeeom-
i ...a ,,,-. ! ;,. I ,,!,,. ,.,.,1.,.. ,!, ,,, I....
. .... ii , ua.i ;n a ..I i UIUI I lil.lll o.i:
been done beore. And by reference to
we find t to
list ot escapes
much less than formerly, pot w iths'amiitig
Ihe cireum-carices which render sate keep
ing m ot- iiifcnlt th m it formerly was.
Thewoikoii the Penitentiary is pro
gressing rapidly ; and the co.ts'i uction is
of a most perm merit and substantial char
acter. We will soou Lai ; a State Pri-on
r '1 i rrl T-. -
Grant as exceed-
tt on ttie
Apaches at Carat
'purely munhT."' lie intends to investi
gate the matter, 'and would bo jus.!, to all
concerned.'' Ail ri-l t . bu then v. h it is
this Camp Grant a if or compared with the
infamous tn tssacre of which J rant's chum.
Piegan Phil. was the
d mired hmo
Where were his bowels
! sympathy lor
In the dead of w inter.
ttie .-tiiiill-pex ru,
irds of one hundi
- :i ::: . ehil.lreii
n th ir
tnd fifty Pieg tii
idi a few old
en o iivti tion
i y s .
i. 1 his
tn-ties. wet c
ops. a c ' i a g
d by I " t. i e
i . a -; i u .." i o n -
i! .1 tl.l itl oi"
pa.ila'Oig t , ;ye
ry iiii-'i H ia u w .i
n 'or ti
titied :'.:d Vinda
!' W :;o
no! i v
l I . O: I !-. g: VOl t o 5 t i
i V C.v, ;;-,! ' e i his cof;ti
! - o T' -
.'i o id ! ho
I': ur D
taken from t h
Io oli-g li i-r.
' .'r -vi 1 'it!" i
iv a KUi x bo!
. i ti.. i
,; taken as
i which the
t. ihe l'resi
tii jeode oi
.vi! ! il.
'S aS -.':'-'
it! betl eo:
t i iii' 1
-oi ; h-
en s e.t li'.v on th- increase
cio -t of - he rebellion. 1 n
i he e:i 1 -d' I he war. t ho
ii ieh-1 S:.tt''s have gained eight
1 tiio is. i-t 1 in tie number of their
; :h;y h -, - thr-a : f; hs i :oi live
1 mEes ; r.d'roitd iiiore t!;an thev
0 ; i hey have four tuiiivattal fitrnis
:ei"C tiiey had 1 1. o . b. hoe liutWar:
and . hi ir number of m miiiac iiring esmb
liamen;s is more in iii doubled. The
lie i hold m al pto-lucts of ti,e- eleven
S-atos iii Is,;:) am. muted to over one
thousand seven hundred and fifty ut i 1 1 i ;s
d-n.-.is, of which le--, than one-filth v. as in
COi toil. 1- igure
consi..leraf)l v i h
like t hose show how in
iUttrages of the Kit Kiu.v
c .eii I ii e genes ill pro-p.otiy f
irv. ami how ntuece.-sarv is" the
uncoiisti-iitiotml law ou that subject
which has just been p.tssei bv Coiu't'css.
Ilo'iiC.'l-S IN A Col iir Oi
J t'.Sl 1CK O.N K
..SKciiio .iioor.s Axoruust. The court of
Justice Dry er, at Id a. tn.. yesterday, was
the scene of n fearful tragedy, one. of the
most cold liloodeil. cowardly and unwar
rantable murders ever committed in this
S ate, the .shooting of a colored young
man named Josj th Graham, bv another
negro named l nomas Ward, while he was
quietly giving his deposition in a law
suit against the latter. Tim cms,, h.r ti,..
murder was a trivial one ; and was bas,.(J
apparently on the cowardly" idea of cour
age which ihe vilest poltroons of all colors
'''" '' "'fteii 'hey think themselves
wronged. L ;-t winter a step-daughter of
the murderer brought suit ngaints Graham
for seduction, it was supposed out of re
venge, as ho had married another worn tn.
The case w a heard in the Police Court!
and the murdered man was bound over in
the sum of 6M) to await the action of the
grand juryt this term of tin Circuit
Court, ami t hut body having indicted him
on the charge as preferred, his cause was
pending in the Court and vvouid be called
in a tew days, had he lived. Another
cause for embittering the hostility exist
ing between these parties was an attempt
made on the night of the 21st of March by
Graham's wife, to set fire to the house Jf
Mrs. Campbell, a colored woman, who at),
peared as a principal witness against her
husband iii the first, trial for seduction,
and also probably to have revenge upon
the plaintiff, who was stopping in
house at the time. For this attempt the
incendiary was ariesied. and was indicted
on Friday by the (irand Jury. The mur
derer therefore had no justification for his;
act, as the parties whom he thoroughly
hated were in the hands of justice. Not
withstanding this, since the trial, he has
several times threatened the life of Gra
ham and his wiD and on last Saturday
while they were passing his shop on Firt
street, opposite the Franklin House, lie
rushed upon them with a club and made
three efforts to strike Graham, in which
he failed. Witnesses arriving on the
scene he desisted from any further at- j
tempt at assault, but swore to have b'13
life. For this threat. Graham brought
suit against him in Justice Dryer's Court
vesterdav, and it was while giving his
deposition in that the murderer com
mitted his horrible deed. That one act
was premeditated seems apparent from a
conversation which Constable Johnson
held with him while on his way to the
Court. Mr. Johnson told him that the
case was a serious one. and that he had
better secure counsel. Ward replied that
he wanted no counsel. The constable 're
peated his first assertion, and recived the
Having arrived at the Court he quietly
took his seat among the othets assembled
there, displaying no signs of anger. Mr.
Johnson was ordered, in a few minutes
ufier his arrival, to bring in Graham's
wife us a witness. Jn a few moments af
ter his departure Ward moved toward the
door, and looked up the street, to see that
he was beyond a prompt recall. He then
faced about and quickly
in:::w a navy hevolvki;,
With which he advanced on his victim,
who was seated beside the Justice. Gra
ham, on seeing the pis'ol aimed at him.
moved behind ihe Justice to screen him
self, though in his excitement he forgot to
stoop down. When Ward was within two
or three feet of him he fired, and the ball
struck him near the heart, and moving ob
liquely downwards pierced the- lungs. The
wounded man fed in the coiner, bleeding
from the mouth ami eats. Just-ice Dryer
promptly sint'ehed the revolver from the
murderer, ami he Was placed under the
surveillance of those present, while lie at
tended Ihe wounded man. After falling.
Grain. rn never ulteied a word; he craw led
from the f'uriher corner to near the center
of the floor, and in five minutes thereafter
life had lied. He bled profusely, and his
blood was scattered over the depositions,
books and papers, while the floor was lit
erally ted wtore to bad fallen. Ward
was taken into custody by Street Commis
sioner Saartlo and Mr. Diver, but meeting
officer Hudson while on their way to ihe
jail, the prisoner was transferred to him
and placed in the County Jail, where he
lies at present. Dr. Augur was called to
attend Graham, but before he reached
him he was .dead ; so he gave his testi
mony as to the cause of the death. A
coroner's jury was assembled, who ren
dered a verdict according to the facts
stated. 11. m'd.
General Agents WantecJ-
A vvtll-e.-t2b1i.shed and prosperous Di'le
Insutunce Company, incorporated in New
York State, is desir jus of extending its busi
ness info Oregon.
(lentiemcn who apply must state in de
tail their lacil.ties tor accomplishing a suc
cess, and whiit experience, if any, they may
hive bad oi the Lite Insurance business.
Th se w ho ui e now acting as .Suo-f or Lo.-ali"
Ageuts fur other Life Companies ivt.i tind
a capital h.ince for iotming a more
protitabie connection w ith a more ex euive
All communications Ireated confidentially.
Address (in detail, with fail name),
li(iokl 11 J.ilV I it s 11 1 si tit t- Co.,
JS"'. Ml HfMdiv:ty, iVtw? Yutk City.
June 'Si, 1 ?7 1 :vi
WILIjIAM DA VxD SOU,
REAL ESTATE: DEALER.
i.l; , .u. til Fm Min i,
POUT LAN D, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST Poiii LAND, in the most d..sirabit
localities. n U tui4 of I.iiiS, HALF
Hi.Ov'KS ;x d DEO JKs, litoLES and
STOoLS ; al-o
lMi'i;OYE FA E.MS, and valuable
uti' tdtivati d LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the sl'Al L lor .--ALL.
PEAL ESTATE and other Pioperty
purchaM-d lor ( or. e-p. uelenls, in t i.is . i i V
and ' hi ii ghout. t .e SLATED and TKKU1
TOKI I S. v.yh feat i aire and on the most
A.DV A N T A ( i Eli L S T E HMS.
HOi'SEs ;r.d STORES LEASED.
LOANS NiCoTIATEih atnl CLAIMS OF
ALE lo.M T;1P1 iOJ,S FKOMETEY COL
EEt.'T Ei i. A d a tie end 1 IN AN'CIAL and
AULNL V RL's-LNKSs- ti ari.-ai. ted.
AGENTS of tros OFFICE in ad the
CITIES a :.i TO'.'. NS in lie- S i A J E. will re
c ive u-'s ii ii . s oi I ARM l'KOEEKTY
aimifuayard tiie same to the aPove uddrvss.
i r i
V. t! F 3 C tre a
ta a Ji a 2c,
JlASiNIC HALL BCILDIXG,
Corner Fomlh ami Jisiin Strectti.
T.KFi S CONSTANTLY ON HAND ANI)
-IX tor sale, flu .ijtor "ih,
trr.ivjT -,-r 2:"n-V
OFFICE, SITTIIJO RG3E1,
and KITCIIEH rUHLIITUilS,
B U II E A U S, LOUNt; EN,
ROCKING t HAIRS, WHATNOTS,
BEDSTEADS, WAsIISTANDS, Ac.
Curled Hair and Pti'u Matrassi s ; Pit hi Pil
lows; spring Beds; Window- Shades,
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Ac.
Special at ten ion g veti to Upholstery
Work ia all its brancbts.
UBt'EliS FJLI.LI) WITH PROMPTNESS.
IlEL'AIUING done with neatness and dis
patch. FUKNirUIlE MADE TO 0KDE11.
Call and examine Dr youi selves.
June 23, 171, m3
Ofafarlllshia- Clss than anv other
proprietary meaicmc of the day stands
'I'itria it"s IulTfrvesciitt Sclior
A peril nt.
And for this reison : it is an exact counter
part of one of the most valuable meda does
in the wot Id. We refer to the great Seluer
Spring ot Germany, to w hich thon.s mOs of
the dyspeptic, the bdli us, the rheumatic
and the victims of venal disea-es icsort an'
liiiaily, and return to their houses convales
cent or cured. The Apeiient is one of the
first, and by fa- H e most successful of all
the efforts made to reproduce, m a portable
form, the popular nimera! waters oi Eur pe.
See that you put chase ouiy the genuine ar
ticle. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
K.?:'l.rT:.s c-tsy BfjjJ3
X.' Jf "' A -
BY authority of a special Act of the Le.
islature of Kentucky, of March 3lth
1671, the Trustees oi the Public Lihrnr-u Jr
Kentucky will give a ' 0
At Louisville, Ky,,
On Tuesday , October 31s 18 71,
Under tha direction cf the best Musical Tal
ent that can be procured.
TICKETS OF AI . MISSIOX, 10 EACH, CCRltEXCT
Each Ticket will have attached to it four
coupons of the denomination of $ oo each
The holder of an cntite ticket will be entitled
to iidn.ission to the Concert, and to the
whole aa.ount of the gilt awarded to it
lot. 'the bolder of each coupon will be en
titled to a.. mission to the Concert and tfc
one-t ortrth of the amount of such gift as may
be awarded lo it.
To provide funds for this Grand Concert
and for the benefit of the Public Library of
Kentucky, lpo,wo Tickets will "be sold at
flu each currency.
Tiie C iSiz-di Hunk of Ivelit ucKy
is Treasurer and Depositoty.
Immeuiatel alter the Concert the sum of
S5GO,DOO U CURRENCY
will he distributed hy Jots to the holders oY
Tickets in tin- following
ONE GRAND GIFT OF
. . ''',ou0
.. Is, 000
. . 1 7,00t.'
. . 1,000
.. 11, 0)
. . . 50,001)
. .. 1 0,001)
. .. 14,le()
. .. 15,000
. .. lo.ooo
. .. 1 0,000
. . . 4-1,000
O. e I iiit of"
One Gift of. ...........
One tii ft of .........
One Gut of
One tint of
One Gilt of
One Gift of :
One Gift of
One G, ft of
One G.ft of
One Gilt of
One Gi t f
Om Giit of
One Gilt of
One Gift of
One Gut of
One Gi 1 1 f
One ( oi t of
One Gilt of
Oue Grand Gift oT
Ten Gdt.s of 1,0-0 each
1- ifteeii Gilts of T'Joo each
Eielueen Gifts ot seo each . . .
Twenty Gitts of -7-o each
Twenty live Gi.t- of 3ih-o each.
Twenty Go'ts of l".i each...
Foi ty -five Cots of ;j.Jpo each.
Fony Gifts f -'o each
4 Gifts ot f loo each
721 Prizes, in all $"5o,0o0
Alter pay ing ttie expense of the enterprise
and nuking ttie distribution of the gifts, the
halaiice of the proceeds arising from the
sa e of tickets will be appropriated to toe
establishment of a'
Free Library in Lo'iisvil-e, to be called the
i'ubik' Library of Kentucky
By the provisions of the charter this Li
brary is to he loiever free to the grata tons
use and enjoyment of every citizen and it is
the purpose ot the trustees to taise a fund
suflicit nt to se- ore a suitable building, to
place m it books enough to form the nucleus
of a magnificent library, and to so endow it
as to enable it to buy the cnrri:t pub ica'.icna
as they come out, and to lie se.i sut iuing.
The eoi.cert and di.-trihutiuu wdi take place
ui.der the immeu-ate supervision ,f the
trustees named in the act of incorporation,
who are as follows :
Thos. K. Bramittt, late (Jovernor r-f Ky ;
Hi i:ry U utter son, Dalit r Cooiier J-ntnal
V. N. ila (1 uian, I'resi.lent Cornier Jo iniul
Co ; ben l asnhiv, of the Daily "oTnnier
Ciai ; tieo. P. D eret). I'roprietor Anzeigep;
11. M. McCaity, ot the Ledger; J. .V. Cain;
(,'iei k Jefli r-o : Coi.'i't t-oian.on I'leas; II.
W. h.k. . Author Political Text book; K.
T. Dureit. of tiie Louisville bar.
Tiie trustees wdi be assisted L-y the folhnv
ing welikiiown a d eritinetit citizens of Keti
tnckv. who havecouse- ted To he present ut
the conceit, ami to su: erintend the drawing
and dis: rib.iti-m of gifts :
Den. II. S S"tites, Judge Jefferson ("V-urt
or Cottuiion I'iea ; Hon T 15 ( ochr.in. t.'han
eeilot l,oioviife hancery Co 1 1 ; il n il
W ibuce, Ju. ge Jefleisoh, Ciiciot Cont ;
Hon ,1 C, liaxter. Mayor- ot Lom-viile ; Ib-ti
li J Webb. -I'tiiit -r of Ketitttckv; Col if C
Whait-n. V .S Di trie Attorney ; Col liiil
Lee, r:oeeutittg Attornev Ninth Judicial
Di-nct : (.en J T J vle," Presi.l-mt N 11 LV
F li ti; Dr T .V Iteii. Frof Med University,
L titsviile ; Jiisoni J liii r-oti. Proprietor
bih llou-e; If ii J Fiioc'or Knott, late
Memb. r o!" Congress ; Andre.v (itaham,
T iii.icco iiti-1 Cotton lii'-itl er.
'Ihe In liters of tickets to which gifts are
w "- . ;ed aid be pai 1 on pr .-entail m ;t the
1 fliee in L utv lie Ky. Ticket wdi be IvT
san. at the oific? in Loiiisvdle on the
First of July, I 37 I .
A bSy.ul ihseiH.nt wi.i be ail wed when
p.", 5oo or l.o-.o Mck-ts ar imrchased iu a
I int. All O lU- i!C: OIJ
y.uned 1-v i enot fauces
' will be promptly attended to at
lent men iv man, tegistcico, o:
.is otdti a iL
'1 lie umtt'r.-ogn-?d, bite principal Business
Manager of the ve-y mis cosbd Mercatitde
Lititai v Hit'-. Cck-eif id' .sun Franei.-co, hav
i; g iiceu appoi ted Agent ol ihe abov ea
terjo i-e, has to s i y taat everything will be
iI-ibc t-'inik - this ati entire success, and
h ivtis, of tickets wo 1 find teeir ititertsts as
Weil gu.it ale i as if thev were personallv
i - c'-nt rtuu i.ii-: i it u intr nioe auair.
CHAR I.E.-, It. PETLK.S,
juticgilml (hot Hiiusi', Louisviib. Ky.
i i . i. . ii :
W A L f tl A fii WATCHES
'1 O 'k'.l'.Z I At It t( -SI-,
uY- MAIL AND EXPRESS,
And ,n every case
WITH S "TlSr ACTION' TO THE i'fllCUASKK.
27v J i.'- -s" are note oil llcduccd.
! ivolid .si v.-r Hunting Watches as ate as 15,
Sol d (h ! II, mtmg VVatches w viva c,5.
Our pri ,t are all in CacKXD vcks cnl we
th o ,.m,e but (ihm'inc VValtham Watches.
L'very one who wants a Watch and feels d
de.-ite to he posted should write to us for our
illustrated History of -Vatchmaking. It will
coat you nothing as we send it p stoaid with
out ehoge, and with it a tall Catalogue of
ail the W i-tches with prices of each. W hen
you reciive this you will be surprised at the
low rates and you will understand our plan
oi sending watches to any place however re
mote vvitaout any r sk to tire purchaser.
W e send any Watrh ycu order and let voii
examine it before you pay for it. Po tmt'or
der a Watcii till y ou i.ave first sent for th3
1'i ice List and when you write please mea
tion the A-.., in full,
HOWARD & CO.,
Wat.ciHutkerii aud fciccler$,
Xo. r,3 bUOAOWAVj tnv Voik.
"We have a full stock of extra heavy Cases
such as 4, o, tj, & 8 oz. always ou hand and
can fill o;dors promptly.
In the County Court of ttie .State of Oregon, )
lor the Coimty of Clackamas." ' ss
JACOB JbUKliAl, i'i-ii, i '
,.r71T,,r- ,V,T I Civil Action to
PA TKICK K J LI.Y, Deft. ) recover m.mev.
IU rAUilCK 11 1 LEY, iJefendaut: "
XT11E XAMKOPTUB tSTATE OF OJ3E-
f-'"u. ou rc tierel.y reipiireil to appear and
answer um eoiiiplaiiit or the riamtiii" niutl
aarainst you ui the above entitled action, within,
ten ilays lioiii the date of the servic- of thw
Jsiitma-ms it t-i you, if served within Clackamas
eo inty; or it served in any other county of this
State, toen wit hin twenty days from the dat f
V... 1 . .
"-i .txtei rue exouation of tlm T.r.,i.wi
riadttiVheVr,ler0i' M JU:1 t' cVurt,
h.. m o ;UnUl''' ,u th 2-'lof June, 1871, lor
the publication ot this Sunwuons, nAvit : Six
w et.s troin theltrst publication ; and if you fail
vfo? i!o1'ei,T,it", ft.u"wer. tl,r wnt them.f the
plaiiii id wdi t ike judgment against you Tor the
sum ot tm-ee hundred dollars, a bulnnce due
piamtiii iiUia defendant on account lor board
and loilgm-j furnished defendant by plaintiff at
deienuant s speecil instance and request, and for
...v. w-o .mix uisoiii'amcn!.i or this action.
CilAS. E. WAliKEX,
Attorney for plaintiff.
I June 21, 1671iw6
T (V (1 ...I llim gt I--. w . .
rw , "i . -' l''il"Katl"n. ya are noti'ied and rt-qu.i..-.l
to so appear ami answer said eomplaint
on oi- h,f.;ve toe 7th day ot August. ii-;iS
Wrt ,-rr -0l tli0neXt of the Cou y