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EG'J.X CITr, dSEGOX, JLPBIL 3, 1574.
o Time tike the Old Time.
BY O. W. HOLMES.
There is no time like the old time,
When vou ami I were yoiintr;
When bu.ls of April blossomed,
An I tlu- birds ot Si-iuj-tiui-.; sung'!
The .irden's brightest glories
nv'siimincr suns are nursed,
llut'oh, t!:e sweet, sweet violets,
The ll)vers that ope:i first I
There is no place like the old plaee,
Where you and I were born :
Where w j lifted first our eye-lids
On th splendors of the morn.
From the milk-white breast that
Fro ti i.ie elni.-rins; arms th-it bore,
Where the dear eyes u listened o'er us
That will look 611 us no more!
Thre is in friend like the old friend
Ta it h is ." I ir in irnin.; days,
n reetin. like his weleome,
N'.i hoirn'e like his praise ;
Fame is the seentless sun-ilower,
With .mdy crown of -rold ;
Hut friendship is the breathing rose,
With sweets in every fold.
There is no love like the old love
That we courted in our oride:
Though our leaves are t'nli iu vr. fallinir,
And we're i'adin r si.le by side.
Tlu r are blossoms all around us,
With the colors of our dawn.
And we live in borrowed sunshine,
When the liht of day is iono.
There are 110 tims like the ol 1 thnes,
Thev sh ill never be forgot !
There" is no ( l ice like the old place ;
Keep irrt'cn the di'ar old spot !
Tin are no friends like our old
M iv Heaven prolong their lives!
There are 110 loves like our old loves,
Uod bless our lovimr wives!
Changes of Century.
The nineteenth century has wit
nessed m:i!iv and frmit discoveries.
In 1S0'. Fulton took out the ,iir.-,t
inventioii of the ste luihvit.
The first steamboats wliich male
regular trijn across the Atlantic
oc"ii!i were the "Sirius" and the
"Great We-tern, in 18:50.
The lirst publi: application to prac
tical use of ijas forilluniination, was
made in 1S()2
In 1SF3 the streets of Ijondon
were for the lirst time lighted with
In there was limit in "Wal-
tharn, Mass.. a mill, believed to have
been the first in the world, which
combined all the requirements of
O making finished cloth from raw cot
ton. InlTO' thc -e were only 12- Postofi
ccs iii the whole country ; j.n.i up to
18: $7 the rates of postage wore 25 cts
for a letter s mt over -1K) miles.
Tn 1S:J7 wo den clocks commenced
to be made lfY maciiinery. This ush
ered in the eia of cheap clocks.
About the year is:: the lirst rail
road of any considerable length
was constructed in the United
In 11') the first expersinnts in
jihoto'.r iphy wore made by Monsieur
In 1S11) the first express business
was eslal dishetl.
In S2d tlu anthracite coal busi
ness was commenced.
In ls:( the v-t patent for the in
vention of m.itelies was granted.
In 1S!." the lirst telegraphic mes
sage was sent.
In lsO:i steel pens were introduced
In IS':) the lirst successful reaper
was j mt in operation.
rjn IS f Elias Howe obtained a pa
tent for his lir.-t sowing machine.
The lirst successful method of vul
canizing India rubber was patented
Stokes in sing Sine--He Specula-es
in Stocks, ; ol Wants to i:tnhlish
;, O a Prison Libra rv.
From f ho X, V. Times.
Stokes has remained in the hospi
tal where ho was placed on his arri
val at Sim? Soii?, until a few days
a.iro. While lyinic in hospital he had
of course many comforts which well
prisoners are denied. His friends
had easier access to him than they
will have now that he is forced to
work with the other convicts. One
who visited the prison recently, and
who knew Stokes before he commit
ted the terrible crime for wliich he
is now being punished, had a long
conversation with him in the hospi
tal. Stokes, as was his habit in the
Tombs, conversed freelv, and aver
red that he had made a great deal of
money since his imprisonment, in
Wall sireet stock speculations. Those
business venture's have been conduct
ed by an agent, who had Stoke's
money to operate with; and he pre
sumed that at least :M.)MO had been
realized. He evidently dreaded the
necessity of leaving the hospital, and
complained of being greatly prostra
ted by his illness. He expressed an
opinion that the prisoner in correc
tional institute ms shouM be supplied
with plenty of realing matter, and
avowed that ho was willing to donate
SI, 000 to fouud a "Stokes Library at
The visitor spoke of a new book
entitled the "History of the Tombs,'
contain ing sketches of criminals who
have been incarcerated in the City
Prison since it was built. Stokes
said he should likn very much to see
the book, as he nn anxious to read
a"' that was said about him. When
Stoke was taken out of the hospital
he was made clerk in one of the pris
The Salem Sf'-te.nntn of last Sat
urday says : ' Dr. D iwne has hand
ed us a letter which he has just
received from Dr. J. 15. Applewhite,
who was here some time ago. written
at Omaha on the 5th of March. In
the letter Dr. Applewhite states that
he, with a colony of 22 persons, is
on the way to Oregon to locate.
They will probably arrive at Port
land by the next steamer from San
Francisco, and will look out at once
for places of location. This com
pany has been inrtneed to come into
our State through Mr. Dawue's rep
resentations, and besides beiug an
industrious eommunit v, represent a
capital of SIOO.UOO. These" are the
kind of people out State needs, and
we have room for aiillious more."
Flokence. A ihsajipointeil Amer
ican, writing from Florence says,
We hear a ijret ileal about the
blue skies of Italy, but never a word
about its rainy ones, or it heavy
mists, chilly days that often merge
into weeksnay, sometimes months."
WoiiiT. A ra in w'10 would stab
a ghocit would stick al nothing.
et m r?i "n : i v n. i
The Baltimore Sint gives the fol
lowing in reference to female twins
born at Tobaccostick, Dorchester
county, Mo., on the 4th inst., and
who were joined at the breast in a
manner regarded more wonderful
than the Siamese twins :
The Dorchester twins were of col
ored pareutage, the mother being
Mary Travers, who is now in excel
lent'l.e.ilth. One of the twins was
alive at birth, but died in a few sec
onds thereafter. The other was born
dead. The one that ushered into
this world bore the impres upon its
face of a genuine negress, and the
complexion of the other was like
that of a white person, and the hair
less kinky upon its head than that
adorning her sister. Dr. La Count
Smith, of Tobaccostick, became in
possession of the bodies of the twins
shortly after their birth, and brought
them to this city yesterday after
noon for the purpose of having the
bodies properly preserved, which
will be done by placing them in an
aquarium shaped vessel filled with
alcohol. Last night the Dorchester
monstrosities were exhibited at the
ollice of Dr. J. II. Tall, in the pres
ence of several medical gentlemen.
The bond of union connecting the
bodies of the twins extends from the
centre of the breast bone to the
naval, thus placing the bodies face
to face. The bodies are well formed,
and weigh ten pounds and a half,
and measure eighteen inches in
length. The physicians who were
present give as their opinions that
each of the twins possessed separate
stomachs, hearts, livers, etc., and
that a wall separated the stomachs
along that portion where the bond
of union exists. The only case on
record where a similar bond of union
ever existed is in the London Muse
um, and like the Dorchester rttivelty,
Sao to Know. A Washington cor
respondent of the S'nt says that al
though the picking and stealing
game, as practiced in the deferent de
partments of the Government, ha
been pretty well illuminated; never
theless many good., honest people.
who have read with
sures of the m-tnner
maine our expo
ia which horse.--
and carriages, with drivers and foot
men, are kept at the public expens
for the private use of CJovemment of
ficials, ase reluctant to believe that
the President countenances this rob
bery. It is sa l, indeed, to know that
the Presidept of the United States
sanctions petty stealing of this sort
from the oublie tveasury. But when
he himself practices the same frame
there is no longer room for doubt.
His eoaohm in, loofman, barber, and
all the male employees about the
While House, not provided for in
tne Congressional appropriations for
the Kxeenii". e M in-: "m. are borne on
the rolls of the Adj lt int General's
tliee as enlisted men, and are
from the appropriations for the sun
port of the army.
These facts are as notorious in
"Washington as they are incontrover
tible; yet there is not a member of
Congress wdio has the eoun:go to
call attention to them, an I introduce
a bill to remelv t lie evil.
Dawks S :vfkki.y Ci.fTieiED. The
Xdtiontii lli'iuhlh-a i , Grant's Wash
ington organ, on Saturday morning
had a severe article on II. L. D iwes.
It said: 'If Mr. Dawes had designed
to defeat the II.
devised a more e
securing that obit
publican party in
lie could not have
Tetnal method of
et than the rn.ukir.cr
of iiis panicky speech just at the
very moment which he selected for
that purpose. In what asu'.-t did
his ill-timed e'au t jd: ce the llepub
lican party before the country? In
the evident attitude of an extrava
gant distributer of the people's mon
ey. And from whom came this
charge, who but the leader of the
party m the House? as it nnv
wonder that the returns show that
there were so jnanv members of the
partv in the State of New Hamp
shire who hesitated about a further
endorsement of such a party?"
1 he Secretary of the State Agri
cultural Society has just received
letter from dames ick, the great
seedsman and ilorist of liochester,
2s. 1.. oilering to exhibitors at our
next mate rair. s-ni in coin premi
ums, to be awarded by the Society
as follows: Dost collection of cut
llowers from seeds grown or import
ed by him, 820; second best, -lo;
third best, 10; fourth best, .-?".
These premiums will.be published
in the Premium List of the Society,
ami Mr. Vick will forward to the Sec
rotary a check for theamount named
upon receipt of notice of such pub
lication. Who Pays the Taxes ? The
U or. !.,),) ui concludes an article
upon the question: '-Who pays the
Taxes?" with the following truthful
words; "Turn it and twist it as you
will, there is not a single exception
in the universe. All taxes ultimate
ly fall squarely upon the shoulders
of the laborer the prodneer. Whore
nothing is produced there is nothing
ti) tax. And yet blathering idiots can
be found who fondlv roll the lie
that the rich pay taxes for the ben
oht of the poor man to educate his
During the iveent cruise of an En-Sli-Oi
war vos-l amon- the South
S.a Islands the oflicers of the shin
visited ono island wh,re t!,n inhab -
...w,.-. ineir nouses ui tree
to prevent being surprised at
by the hostile inhahitart of
vein lsuubls. u-ie of the o
......... ,,u,- U1 lMO ilonst.s -I
found the distance to be SO fOPt. fl,H1
the ground. Others were still high
er. I he ascent is ma,le bv a species
of native rope attiu-hed to :l post in
the house and when the f.iniilv are
all m for the mght the rope is hauled
v and coiled awav.
The Supreme Court of the United
States now stands us follows Cliief
.fushco Waite, of Ohio ; r. .Tutice
Hunt. of New York ; Mr. Justice
Clifford, of Maine; Mr. Justice
Swavne, of Ohio ; Mr. Justice Davis
of Illinois ; Mr. Justice Field of
California ; Mr. Justice Strong' of
Fe ms. lvania ; Mr. Justice B .-ad 'lev
ot Xew Jersev. Olhcers of the court
D. G. Midd'leton, Clerk, of Wash
incrton. District of Columbia : John
G. Xicolav. Eq., Marshal, Illinois
and John .William Wallace, Em.,'
The following platform of principles
was adopted by the Democratic State
Convention at Albany last Wednesday :
1. We declare ourimfalteriioj: devo
tion to the Constitution of the United
.States and to the Union of the States
thereby established, and we affirm that
the people of the several States have
the sole and exclusive right of govern
ing themselves as free, sovereign a id
independent .States, subject only to the
limitation of the Constitution, and that
all lowers not heroin expressly grant
ed to the National Government, are
reserved to the St ites respective-, and
we denv the right of the Federal Gov
ernment, through the treaty power, to
permanently domicile Mongolians with
in any State without the consent of the
2. We affirm that the greatest danger
with wliich we are now threatened, is
the corruption and extravagance which
exists in high official places, and we do
declare as t he cardinal principle of our
future political action, that retrench
ment, econoniv'and reform are iniper
itively demanded in all the govern
ments of the people, Federal as well as
S.a e and Municipal, and we hereby
proclaim ourselves the uncompromis
ing foes of the salary-grab law ring
politicians and land monopolists, who
ever thev may be and wherever they
mav be found, whether they are in or
out" of office, and we appeal to honest
men everywhere, without regard to
past party affiliations, to join lis in
branding as they deserve these corrupt
leeches 011 the body politic and assist
us to purge official stations of their un
wholesome and baneful presence.
3. The present Federal Administra
tion, by its utter inability to compre
hend the dignitv or responsibilities ot
the duties with which it is charged, by
its ucvoiion 10 personal ana partisan
interests, by its weak and inconsistent
management of the National finances,
by its unwarrantable interference with
the local self-government of tiie people
by its support 01 the corrupt govern
ments which it has imposed by its pow
er upon several .-Mates of the V nion, by
its complicity with corrupt practices
..... 1 11; -
ai.o scaie uii.s 111 various quarters, anl
by its appointment of notoriously in
competent men 10 nigh oiueial posi
tion, has liistlv brought upon itself the
condemnation of tin; 'American people.
4. That the persistent interference
by I ederal officials in local election?
and the use of largo sums of money t
defeat t he voice ot tin- people through
tiie oaf lot-i ox, deserves and receives
our severest condemnation.
.". That uporat ions are t lie creations
of law, their franchise and privileges
are granted to subserve the public 111-
leresis, ana wnen iiiese are used, not to
subserve the object of their creation,
but tor purposes ot oppi e -sion and ex
tortion, we declare it to be the right
and duty of the. legislature to control
such rp rati! ns.
(i. That we favor speedy return to
specie payments, just and equal taxa
tion for support of I'Vderal and State
governments, and mat we are op
posed to all discrimination in the as
sessments ot r lateral revenue lor the
'purposes ot protection.
. Liiat tno 1 roe navigation and im
provement of the olumbia river, the
construction of a breakwater at Port
Orford, the improvement of the ('
quille and ill imette rivers, and tin
construction o! toe Portland. Dalles A-
Salt Lake 11 lilroad, are improvement.-
demanded oy tne commercial inte
rests of this State, and that the Fede
ral Government ought by all proper
means to assist these measures: that
we are 111 tavor ot the bill now be for.
( oiigress, generally knows as th
Poitland, D.dles and Salt Lake ll.iil-
road i.-il!, and we aNo favor the earl
comoleiioii of the Oregon and Cali
fornia Jidlroad to the southern boun
dary of the S:ate.
s. nun we (-!s 1 pprovc all measures
in me imeresis o; capitalists and mo
nopolies against labor, believing that
distinctions. H distinctions be niadt
should be in favor of the laborin;
class u .in constitute ine mass of our
citizens, the producers of the wealth
and prosperity of our country. Wo
t here fore a pprovc of t he dccla red prin-
eioles, and sympathize with the. avow
ed object of the organiy.-i' ion known as
the Patrons of Husbandry, and with
those ot all other orders having for
their object retrenchment and reform
in public atl'iirs, and tiie social ad
vancement of the people; that we all-
opposed to a monopoly in the publica
tion and sale ! looks used in the com
mon schools of this Slate, and we are
in favor o f a n n 1 id i ng t lie x is; ing la w.-
lh relation to sin-n, so as to take awav
froiu the publishers of th" Pacific
( oast series ot readers and spellers the
spei-i d privileges in relation thereto
which they now enjoy.
1 1 ' 1 -1 . . : . i- . . . i t -1
a. iiesi e are in ia or 01 iree trade
and direct taxation.
10. That the act relating to-the fees
of slr.M ili's and clerks ought to be so
amended either by making such offi
ces salaried, or by reducing the fe.
now attached to the same, as shall
make the com oensat ion received by
such officers a lair remuneration and
not lung more for the services required
01 liiem. 1.1:11 ine 1 niisiiiillinii lie so
amended that all printing for the State
titer the expiration of tiie term of the
w- ... II. --.. .-. . I
ei.aie 1 inner m oiuee, wnen such
amendment is passed, shall Ik? provi
ded lor oy letting t ne sa me to t tie low
est responsioie oioder. 1 hat we are in
favor ot the repeal of the Litigant Act
If. 1.1 it the only legitimate object
ot government is too protect ion ot its
citizens in their lives, liberty and prop
erty, ano ine pursuit 01 nappme.-
that to accomplish this end direct
1 uea 11s on ly should be resorted to ; t hat
the good resulting from a departun
from tins rule is temporary, the evil
l isting. A c are, therefore, opposed to
ine .-Mate engaging 1:1 tiie purchasi
leasing or speculating 111 property of
any kind, except such only as is nec
essary for coielucting the ordinary
functions of the iovernment.
I'-'. That wo favorlhe immediate con
struction of a good and serviceable
wagon road along the south bank of
t he Columbia river, from the mouth of
Sandy river to the Dalles.
PJ. That t he com pensat ion of all of-
nc-'-rs snouid oe only such as will be a
just remuneration for their services.
11. licit we are in favor of Congres
sional aid for the construction of tin
Portland. Dalles and Silt Lake Kail-
road, and for continuing the Oregon
entral Kulroad troni St. Joseph to
50,000 Tor $lf ! I
-lUi O J-;in I C iiit Concert
KOIt TIIE IIKNF.FIT OF THE
CfJI.IC I.IilltAitV OP KKNTCCJvV.
tn Tnes:ly, :ilt Day nf .llnrcli, A'ext.
60000 ticket ; 12000 gifts!
LIST OF GIFTS:
nsT Grand Cash Gift
i iv i ra nd i "asii liiit.
t r a r i d (.'asii ; il t
iii'' Jra nd ash iiit
On" irand Cash Gilt
") 1,1 HH)
10 t ash uitts,
:u Cash ilts,
"fi i ash frit is,
s Cash triits,
M- t "ah Kills,
I V) ( 'ash jri'ts,
Srt l 'ali triits,
"- I 'ash jjilt s,
H.oijO Cash Kilts,
o,il i:t each,
0. 1m ) each,
1, ('t) each,
' 45,0 NJ
Total, 12,000 Kifts.all cash .H.500,000
The concert and distribution of Kifts will
positively and i'iiquivoeallv tak" place on
th" d iv now lix -d. a heth r'all the tickets,
ar" ,,r not ,ln.i t! , , ,rii,
in proportion to the number o? tickets sold.
pRK'K OF TICKETS'.
Wholo tikefs, s-,1. Halves. Tenths,
a;1. co,IprV --'lv"n whol -tickets for
t il.ir Ur,'-''-"1 ti,-k 'ts fr ? : 1 1 whole
,1 T " : --"7 whl ' t ickers lor $10,-
. .u.oi.juni on ,
-ss than $'iM worth of
l iV l.'-l S.
E. Kit AJILETTE.
Manar;!;0 J Kentucky, and
liuil.lin.r t 'Ut ,'nc"'t. Iublic Library
Luilduis. Louisville. Ky. marl3w4.
T"rthRe7.M MKTtLY OCCTTPIED
in4-s U1-"?XU '"''"'"Kin Dr. lhea
s bnniidintf. Apply athis ofriec.
j COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY, P
1 m;ivzRSiTi of California.
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
Has Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Drown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Itibbons, Laces and Insertions,
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal
IVliich have lee Belecleil vitH special care for tliis market and cannot
HE SURPASSED IX QUALITY Oil PRICE.
TIICIIIUIICSTMAKHKT I It I CIS
March 13, 1873 :tf
TO THE CITIZENS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY:
GREAT REDUCTION IN
VV1n; TO THE FAir.IN; HEALTH OF
7 our culir tSloc-lt ol UooUs at Uifuity .
Second door nortli oft lie
m REM a 3 3
No bi-ttcr cvkl'Mic of th i-fli- --ZTi'Ct&s-r
cii-iK-y of !r. .1. S. Col-man's J'irfsbOr
I'omimuml Kxtract of Knc:i 1 vpt us -rrt--r-ZT
c; 1 1 1 be a -s i r. -d , 1 1 1 :i 11 1 1 1 I . 1 1 a i n
summary 01 oases, tronti'it witli iyv. -
this remedy alone, by that emi- ' j 7
iient ihysicia 11, Dr. David Woos-
tr,iu the TJ. S. Marine Hospital, San Kran-
ciseo, reported in the August o. (ISr-'l Ta
ctile .Med. Jour. 0 ( ,'ttit: Vttr- Imjr
K'-mittent Kcver "
hills ami K-v r 1!)
Typhoid Fever... 9
mil. mi. U 1011 01 Jviuneys 4
i inr -lis 10
Incontinence of Urine
Inllamatiou of Madder..
I )is 'as" of the II 'art
1 ).-. s -ntery
' I'Vir H If
Hi- '. f-,
11 V-y w
NOW IS THE T!ME TO
rr-n r " F7" P C tPr T7 r-l m a fi
'111 I YEAR,
I'AYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Kach number contains th
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
From all Tarts of the World ;
A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE AND TERRITORIAL
A Corrected, lAnt ot tilts Markets lit
Portland, Sun Franeisro and Oron f ity;
LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects ol" Interest to the
FARMER. MERCHANT OR jlEniA.Ml.
Also, Carefully Selected
In Short.it is in Every Respect a
Having a larjje and constantly increasing
Circulation In the most populous part of
the State, offers superior Inducements to
those who wish to Advertise.
Advertisements Inserted on
The Campaign of 1S71 will soon begin i
and it is therefore a good time to Subscribe i
in order that you may be posted on currant
-ertP. S?nu in your subscription ft, once.
White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Ac
Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
PAH) FOR COUNTRY I'RODUCU,
A. LEVY, IT IS OUlt riJIil'OSETO OFFER
irics. in orutT 1,0 close on. our
Postoflicc, Main street, Oregon City.
M H 1. if k- t J a ft ' -
t'omjiletely corroborative of the
summary of Dr. Woostor, art the
reports rf the oxnoriments with
Kucalyj tus by Dr. Dorrini'-r.of I?er
iin, Prussia, and Dr. Keler, Cliii-f
I'hysieian of the Aust rian Kail'.vay
")., publislied in the American
Medical Journal, July, 187i.
It will be found very efficacious in obsti
nate cases of Dyspepsia, Itronchitis, Hack
ing Cou.h, Chronic Sire Tliroat, Icucor-
riu a, etc., and in nausea during pregnan
cy. Dr. Coleman' Double Kitrnrt of
Kiirnlyptrs is a special preparation for
the treatment of Fovor and Anjiio, and
is Warranted lo Curt every case treated
according to directions, without the injur
ious results of the usual Quinine and ar
senical remedies for that disease. Also
pun-Fluid Kxtract of Kucaly pt us, in one
pound bottles, for physicians' use. Iieware
of imitat ions and take none but Coleman's.
ev'r - - li - . nn.l I.. I 'li-ii-lnc- T on.rl.it
v,....v. " -.T .IK.lf. i.i0n
Agents. San rraiicisco.
M Ji It C If A -V D I ,S K .
PRICES K EDITED TO SLIT TIIE TI.1IES.
T nnv nrTm -nn-n n nmr
UUUJA. UUJL XUIli UrUU-U
S. ACKERRHAN & CO.
1.I"AVE J t TST
RECEIVED A EARGE
which they offer
CHEAPER THAN TIIE CHEAPEST!
-t,.., .iiu say come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
I consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Roofs and Shoes,
I-idios and Uonts
ana a pr"a? many other art icles too numer-
furs to mention ; also
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
For which rc pay th Highest Prices.
S. ACKERMAN & Co!
Oresii fHy, October 31, 1573-tf.
tit ki it " 1
ME 12 CHA ND I SB.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
f and all kinds of
IiiT.CCGD COUNTRY P30BUCF.
I will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
cash on its eq vivalent
n Good Merchantable Troducc.
I am selling very low for
CASI5 I? EIA?iS.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21, 1873.
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OHEGOXC1TY, : OIIEGON.
WEAnK prepared to exixute
TT an Kinds ol
in fact all kinds of work done n. in Prin(inn.
( ItlW-o o .....
ALL KINDS OP
constantly on hand, and for sale at as low
.. j-. .v.. ..c inn ix jiau in me c-tate.
Work Solid cd
A X D
Orecon City. March 21, 1373-tf.
l?r Sale I
Almut 150 pounds of loriff prim
er, ot whifli tliTe o..
Has been in use but a sliort time.
ool work Prk.e 25 centg
it.ier tied up or iu cases cases
A small font of Nonperiel of which this ia am
impression. Price 35 cents y . Ab good as new.
There is enough to set about one column of tfcia
paper solid. Addrees this office.
MA X UFA C TO 12 1 ES.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
JL having Increased tht cii
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corm-r of Main and Third Street
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old n
Irons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared
with ample room, good materials, and the
vorv best of mechanics, to build anew.m.
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle lrom ft
com mon Cart to a Concord Coach. Try tat
BlacUsmitliinfr, Horse or Ox Khn.
and General Jobbing neatly, quickly, and
cheaply done. jja iu omiih.
In the Circuit Court of the State 0 Oregon
for the County of Cluehttmnx. '
John I. Gage. Plaint iir.
Nancy Robbins, et. al., Defendants.
To Nancy A. Pall and Iirkin liall, her
husband, two of said defendants:
1 111 N A 1 E O V 1 1 1 K fS'l Al K UFCRE
gun, you are hereby reiuir-d to ap, ear
and answer the complaint filed aga ngt
you in the above entitled suit, by tiie 1 rst
day of tin- next term of said Court loll, w
ing the expiration of six weeks iromihe
tirst publication of this summons; s: id
first publication being on the lit h day of
March, 1ST I, and said next term of V; id
Court commencing on the '7th day of
April, 171 ; and it you fail to answer's: id
complaint, the plaintiff will ap'lytothe
Court lor the relief demanded ther in,
which is that you, the above named de
fendants with the other defendants in
said complaint named, execute to the said
plaintiff heroin a deed for certain land de
scribed in complaint as the south half of
the nort hr ast quarter of section 31, tow n
ship 2 south, range 1 east, Willamette Me
ridian, in ClackaniasCounty, tate of Ore
gon, in pursuance of a written agreement
to that effect. m:ide by John D. Robbins,
now deceased, in his lite time with this
Dv onier of the Hon. V. V. I'pton, Judce
of said Court, da led the second (:!) day of
March, 1S7-1. iilki.at c. wakrf.n,
timar7w Att's for Plaintiff.
In the C'ireuit Court of the State nf Oreaon.
for the County if Cfucisamus.
tor of the os
Pross r, deceased.
William Prossor, John
Fisher and A. M. 1- isher.
To William Prossor, one of the above nam
ed defendants :
TIIE NAM E OF THE STATE OF ORE-
gon, you are Hereby require.! to appear
and answer the complaint !il d against
you in the above entitled suit, byhe first
day of the term of said court loliev ingthe
expiration of six weeks from the lirst pub
lication ot this summons ; said first publi-
cat ion being n t he tit h day ,l March, 1S74,
and said next t- rm ot V ourr commencing
on t he -"7t 4 t;ay ol Al ril. 17 i ; and if you
fail to answer said complaint, the plaintiff
w ill ap; iy to the (Viurt lor the relief de
manded therein, which i fl at a certain
deed bearing tla' c-Ju "St h, ISOt, made l.v
.-r ik'- m' s .'(i1 n A. F's' or and A. M. Fish
er to you, the sa'd William l'ros&r, 1 ur-
porting to convey certain real estate in
Clac.v. m t.-. L'Oai.1 , ,ai. d Oregon, de
s. rine.i in saivi oei'd J'.s sitnai.K 111 aiid
being jarts ,i s.t-tiwns ejept ;. n ine in
towtiSlup two scut h, ran ire neeast, togeth
er wit !i all tin- p. rswnal pmp n v on' .-aid
land claim atth.-oate 1.1 ; i i). be tie
clared void and of no i..re- reir. et.
l y order ol t he lion. W. Y . I s ton. Judge
ol sa id Court, dated 1 1 1 - - so i.u (J) da v jf
.:nrch. Is, 1. Ill h.atoA U.utiiE."
tiinarTw-. Atfys ir l'laintiff.
In the Circuit C.nrt of the State of Oregon,
jor ine f uunn l.lac!. a. -ii'ii
Edward Wilcox, Plaintiff,
Mary Francis YVi'eox, ! I'of.ndant.
To ..Mary 7'ranois Wi! ox. sa id d fondant.
I N 1
I'HE NAME (ti- UK Si Al "K F OR-
ron, you an- lu re! y reonir d to ar-tn-ar
and answer tiie coimlaint. Hied a-rainsf.
you in the above ent tied suit, bvth.- tirst
day of the term of said Court folio-. iu tl-,e
expiration of six weeks from th" lirst pub
lication ol t his ummons ; s.iid first pol li-
cation b.'ingoi. the nth da of March, 171,
and said next t rm of said Court eomnif n
cing 011 the -.tip day of April. 171 ; and if
you tail to arsw. r said chiiii laint, ih
plaintitr will apply to th- t ourt for l he
relief demanded I herein- hioii is lor n
""i"'"ni tii mi marriaire contract 1 ow
existing between plaintiff ': nd d -fentlant
Ry on'e r of Hon. W. W. I'rton. Jnd-e of
saiil t'eurt, datttl the second (2) day of
March, ls7l. Hi klai A Waurfn.
mar(iw7 A l ' s lor l'laintiff.
r-M 1 111 2 1 1 0 1 1 .
In the Circuit Court for the State of Or.tnm (
for the Count i of Clavkamn.
Mary A. Roberts, Plaii.tifr.
Win. II. Roberts, D fond int.
To Wm. II. Roberts, said d-f -ndant :
T N TIIE NAM E F 1 I IK STATE OF OR-I-
ejron : "ouar-hor bv roouir d to nr-
pear and answer the eomei.iinf fii rt
uKamst. ouin the above ent it led suit n;
or i.. or the first U:iV OI- it...n. , , .
' 'Olirt follow in.' t l.o i vir.it ... i.
from the pubiicatirn of this sum nuns.
Said term Ol said l ourt i.-ill J....-i..
day, t ho -7th day of A ril, 1S74 : and ii vou
iail so to ;imv:ir si nil .
1 . . . , . - ---- - - - - ' OXAt I III 1
Plainf, the piamtiir will a, pi v totlni ourt'
tor t lie r hot prayed lor in said com j laint
which is a dissolution of marria -e rnrtwrt
exist :iiir bet P' n von :nfl .1 .1
for costs and disbi'irsomoiit r o.ic
Summons published by order of lion v
W . L ptnn, .Tuopo of s id Court. w
waica .March 7t h, 1874.
joiin sox a iiccowx.
Atty's for Plaiot iltr.
THE PARKER GUN.
.SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PARKER BRtfs .
TIIE CincrrT ron?T ni- thh.
State of Oregon. lor the rnm&vnr r-i..L-
amas: Jacob i(n. -t , loimi.r c "V:.-
Wiener. detenrinn " "1 '
d-tendant: In the name of the state of
Oregon you are hereby r. quin d U appear
and answer the complaint tiled aiinst
ou in the above ent it lo.l ci.it
,1 . . ....... .... ' i. .1
; 'V r. , ;'.i, v OI ,h'" m xt u r' the above
f ntitl. d ( ourt, which w ill commence moro
than six weeks alter the lirst publication
oM his summons, to-wit : on Mondav, the
th day ot April, ISTt. mid if vou mil" so to
a pi tear and answer, the i In int iir wil I nm lr
to the Ourt tor the relief demanded in his
complaint, to-wit : a ilecree of divorce troni
." inis summons is published in pur
suance of an order made bv Hon.
Vl ton. JikIl-. of said I ourt. in chambers.
on the l'.ith day of Januarv, IST4.
CAPI.ES A .MOIlKLAXIV
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
C.A.HAAS, - - Prop.
Main Street, Oregon City.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED
with all the choicest qualities of L'quors
and Cigars. Scotch, Irish and I?urton
already lamous Whiskies and Punoh
Oregon City, Jan. 1, 187C tf.
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