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ijijDXcirr.niiEiinv, ai'kilio, is7i.
Til at Ho".
Is the-borne tuniel topsy-turvy ?
I)es it rini; from street to roof?
Will the racket s- r ill continue,
S.tite of all yo ir mil.l reproof?
Vre voufteri in a llutter?
r'e you sometimes 1 1) i illel with joy ?
Then I have my rave suspicions
That you have at home that Hoy.
Are the walls ar'l tables hammered?
Are your nerves ami ink upset ?
ITave two eves, o bright anl roguish,
MaiTM yoii every care forget?
ITave yoin-g-arik n-beds a prowler,
Who delights but to destroy?
These are well-known indications
That you have at home that Hoy.
Have you seen him playing circus,
With his head upon the m it.
And his heels in mid-air twinkling
For his auiliei -e, the cat ?
Do vou ever stop to listen,
When his ineiry pranks annoy
Ijisten to a voieo' that wVisoers,
You were one? just like that Ioy.
Have heard of broken windows,
And with nobody to blame?
Havev-ou seen a trowsercd urchin,
Quite uncmMii)iis of the same?
Do you love a teasing mixture
Of perplexity and joy ?
"Vou mav have i dozen daughters.
But I know you've got that 1"V,
The C.vrsn or Scmneu's Dfatii.
Whatever t!ie proximate cause of
Mr. Sumner's death may. have been,
it is certain ttm attack of Mr. Brooks
upon him had nothing to lo with
it. It is simply the familiar story of
hearty and full" living, severe habits
of study, and n sedentary life, with
out a particle of exercise. In the
3u miner season 3Ii. Sumner occa
sionally rode in a carriage, but. never
walked or rod? on horseback, nor
did he take anv outdoor exorcise,
lie went to th Capitol in a strreet
carrand returnel tho same wav. Toe
-wonder is t iat. with such habits, lie
survived so long as lie did: b'lt. as
lie once stated to an old friend, he
had a perfect digestion and phvsieal
organization. Tliere can be no doubt
that his death vt as ascelerated by the
wounded feeling and disappointment
of finding himself repudiated and
denounce i bv his own party, after
belping to bnil 1 it up, and also by
tFie negroes; an I that even in Mas
sachusetts, the President, for whom
he hal a ho.-irtv ci:item;t, was
stronger than liim df.
Ov s F:u v :- r V - V -respondent
of the ''' -1 --s. c i
cerning the 7ti .i'm "it of some of
the vi)!iinn of this S ie in making a
"praving ca'n iiign"in imitation of
some of their sisters of the Eastern
States: It is a pitv tbev cannot rind
pnougli em lo ia'nt in their homes,
in training anil t-dncating their sons
and daughters and making that home
a nursery of tempi-ranee and moral
ity, a pleasant place, tilled with holv
love. kind svmi :thies and irood ex
amples, so de;ir to the children and
parents t'lat tlnj-v will not care to
seek for a dear'M or more ent;"in'.r
place -to speTid their leisure. God
speed the cause of temperance-; but
let efforts for its advancement be
made in a more permanent manner ;
for these prave meeting in saloons
will not last it , is not " in the nature
of things" that thev should they are
spasmodic, and will soon pass.
The Albany ' nno'-mt soliloquizes:
Wowldn't the present term of our
Circuit Court aiford a stunning ar
gument to every sensitive woman
against female suffrage. Of course.
If womeil were permitted to vote
they would be compelled to serve on
juries, and as our present Court doc
ot is composed ehietlv of gross slan
der, n-isty divorcn and incest cases
the details of wuich would make the
most hardened vagabond blush with
shame, for mankin 1 no intelligent,
sensitive Iadv could tolerate the idea
of being compeiled to listen to a re
cital of these revolting crinvvs. One
Ferm of Court likeour present would
either "bust up"' the woman suf
frage business or completely demor
alize female purity.
Axotiikk of Butlkk's Tricks. A
Washington dispatch savs that the
resolution orterred in the House, yes
terday by Pierce, ordering arrange
ments for guarding Capital telegraph
offices from unprincipled persons,
who listen to obtain surreptitiously
conies of telegrams of other parties,
was a shot at Butler, whose clerk is
an experienced telegrapher, and able
to read message by sound. It is said
he is in the habH of listening to the
instruments, and thus obtaining
copies of such as the private dis
patches sent during the Simmons af
fair, anl during the present Senato
rial contest, an also a large number
of other dispatc ies concerning mat
ters in which ho is interested.
Whfal.Tjs lci-.T'orsxr:ss. It is
related of the late Senator Wigfall,
that on the co' lapse of the Confed
eracy, while, crossing the Mississippi
to make his way into Mexico, in the
assumed charuter of an ultra
Union man. he was informed bv a
Federal soldier, who ;is on board
the ferry-boat, of the intense satis
faction he wo aid experience if he
could fall in with and hang to Mie
topmost limb o the tallest tree the
Texan arch-traitor. "Yes, I too
would be pulling at one end of tne
rope," vehemently replied Wigfall.
A Staktltnu Statkmext. In dis
cussing the subject of popular edu
cation in the Lower House of C on-
cress not long since, lion. .ur. iioar
made the startling statement that
"ono quarter of all the voters to
dav are unable to read and write,"
and that "for the next ten years
thirty Senators and one hundred and
lour Bepresentati ves will be elected
by States, one-half of whose voting
population hav- not sufficient knowl
edge of reading and writing to make
it available in the transmission of in
formation." II u morons.
A child wisb-s to know why the
dolls are all girls.
"Who will, gffc in his crops if he
leaves his farm to head the Grangers.
A country eoitor has just become
the father of twins, and yet wants
the constitution changed.
A Chicago clergyman preached a
sermon in a billiard saloon last Sun
day. He made nineteen points.
A divorce lawyer's advertisement:
IT vmenieal inomnatibilities as a
smecialitv. delicately adjusted. "Tis
slavery to detav! the hand after the
heart hath tied."
The following platform of principles
was adopted by the Democratic State
Convention at Albany last Wednesday :
1. We declare our unfaltering devo
tion to the Constitution of the United
States and to the Union of the .States
thereby established, and weairirm that
the people of the several States have
the sole and exclusive right of govern
ing themselves as free, sovereign and
independent States, subject only to the
limitation of the Constitution, and that
all powers not herein expressly grant
ed to the National iovernmeiit, are
reserved to the States respectively, and
we denv the right of the Federal Gov
ernment, through the treaty )ower, to
permanently domicile Mongolians with
in any Stale" without the consent of the
2. We affirm that the greatest danger
with which we are now threatened, is
the corruption and extravagance which
exists in high ollicial places, and we do
declare as the cardinal principle of our
future political action, that retrench
ment, economy and reform are itnier
itivcly demanded in all the govern
ments of the people, Federal as well as
Suite and Municipal, and we hcreoy
proclaim ourselves the uneompromis
iiiir foes of the salary-grab law ring
politicians and land monopolists, who
ever thev mav le and wherever they
mav be "found, whether they are in or
out of olliee, and we appeal to honest
men everywhere, without regard to
past party allilLitions, to join us in
branding as they deserve these corrupt
leeches on the body politic and assist
us to purge oili:-ial stations of their un
wholesome and baneful presence.
The present Federal Administra
tion, by its utter inability to compre
hend the dignity or responsibilities of
the duties with which it is charged, by
its devotion to personal and partisan
interests, by its weak and inconsistent
management of the National linances,
bv its unwarrantable interference with
the local self-government of the people
by its support of the corrupt govern
ments which it has imposed by its pow
er upon several Stales of the Union, In
ks complicity with corrupt practices
and scandals in various quarters, and
bv its appointment of notoriously in
competent men to high ollicial posi
tion, has justly brought upon liscu the
condemnation of the American people.
4. Tuat the persistent interference
by Federal oiiieials in local elections,
aiid tiie use of large sums of money to
defeat t he voice of the people through
tiie ballot-box, deserves and receives
our severest condemnation.
That corpo rat ions are t lie creations
of law, their franchise and privileges
are granted to subserve the public in
terests, and when these are used, not to
subserve the object of their creation,
but for purposes of oppression and ex
tortion, we declare it to be the right
and duly of the legislature to control
l. Tuat we favor speedy return to
specie payments, just and equal taxa
tion for support of Federal and State
governments, and that we are op
losed to all discrimination in the as-
.isiiii'iit.s of Federal revenue for the
"ill" ioes of protection.
7. T.iat the fret; navigation and ini-troveui-.'iit
of the (.'obimoia river, the
oiisl ruction of a breakwater at Port
Or.'ord, the improvement of the Co
quille and Willamette rivers, and the
construction of the Portland, Dalles iv.
Silt Lake li ulroad, are improvements
demanded bv the commercial inte
rests of this State, and that the Fede
ral Government ought by all proper
means to assist these measures; that
we are in favor of the bill now before
Congress, generally knows as the
Pol Hand, Dalles and Salt Lake Bail
mad bill, and we also favor the early
eim ilelioii of the Oregon and Cali
fornia Ittilroad to the southern boun
dary of tiie State.
5. That we disapprove all measures
in the interests ot capitalists ami mo
nopolies against labor, believing that
distinctions, it distinctions be made
Simula oe in lavor ot the laboring
class who constitute the mass of our
citizens, the producers of the wealth
and prosieritv of our country. We
therefore approve of the declared prin
ciples, and sympathize' with the avow
ed object of the organization known as
the Patrons ot Husbandry, ami with
those of all other orders having for
their oiiiect retrenchment anil rctorm
in public alfairs, and the social ad
vauccmeut ot the people; that we are
opposed to a monopoly in the publica
tion and sale of books used in tiie com
mon schools ot this State, and we arc
in favor of amending the existing laws
ill relation to such, so as to take away
from the publishers of the Paciilc
'oast series of readers and spellers the
special privileges in relation thereto
which they now enjoy.
!. That we are hi favor of tree trade
and direct taxation.
That the act relating to the fees
of shcriUs and clerks ought to be so
amended cither by making such oili
ces salaried, or by reducing the fees
now attached to the same, as shall
make the compensation received by
such officers a fair remuneration and
nothing more for the services required
of them. Toat the Constitution be so
amended that all printing for the State
after the expiration of the term of the
State Printer in olliee, when such
amendment is passed, shall be provi
ded for by letting the same to the low
est responsible bidder. That we are in
favor of the repeal of the Litigant Act.
11. That the only legitimate object
of government is the protection of its
citizens in their lives, libert y and prop
city, and the pursuit of happiness;
that to accomplish this end direct
means only should be resorted to ; that
the good resulting from a departure
from this rule is temporary, the evil
l isting. We are, therefore, opposed to
the State engaging in the purchase,
leasing or speculating in property of
any kind, except such only as is nec
essary for conducting the ordinary
fundi ins of the Government.
. 1J. That we favor the immediate con
struction of a good and serviceable
wagon road along the south bank of
the Columbia river, from the mouth of
Sandy river to the Dalles.
1:. 'That the compensation of all of
ficers should be only such as will be a
just remuneration for their services.
11. That we are in favor of Congres
sional aid for the construction of the
Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake II ul
road, and for continuing the Oregon
Central Kiilroad from St. Joseph to
$5O90ttO Tor $50 ! 2
-LtliGxrancl CHlt Coi lCCl't
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Pl'HI.If I.IKIiAKY OP Kr.XTl(KT.
On Tuesday, yist i,:ly ,)f JiariU, NVxt.
60000 ticketTL2000 gifts!
LIST OP GIFTS:
Ono Grand Cash Gift ;
One Grand asli ;jit
t n. Grand asli ;iif
On" Grand i ash ;jit
On- Grand Cash Uilt
10 Cash -ins ""j'iiMHiVca'ch'
A I as , jruts, 5 ihm wu-h
A 1,1 Mi I
5' 1,1 I'M
11.' MO Cash uiits.
Total. 12,000 giftsaltcash ?7,o
Tho concert and distribution of .Mfts .m
nositivr-lv and iinr...o .... 1 . tms wl'l
tli" now iix'
M'ioi .till i;iL-n iaI.. ..
in proportion to the number t Uckot" sold.
PKH'K OF TK KKTS,
Whol" tikts. $.-H: Halvo. .
I or "ach conpn
OOlinn. 5- F.l.vf.n ,r i ' V. ' ."lns.
ior .,UKl: 2g7 whnif ticktc
ll n,lwAi,nlnn I ', ls ,rr 10.
ticket s. "0 worhof
TIIO. E. KR V5ILETTE,
Affnt Public Library Kentuckv oi
Manner Gift ronort Pubil- To.nd
Building. Louisville. kV: mari3w"V
' TO TT'T
rr,IIKOM fRMETtLY orrcrrFD
, Vti .
These Hitters tlo not only dis-
Uiiguish themselves bt their fla
vor ami aromatic odor above all
others fcneralli itsetl, but are at
the same time an excellent tonic
and an ejjicacious stimulant to
excite the appetite. They are
prepared from the most choice
and wholesome herbs and roots,
and have given universal satis
faction wherever tried. Thous
ands of dyspeptics have found
relief, tit rough their use, and
physicians recommend them for
the cure of all diseases of
the Blood and Liver, and
irregularities of the digestive
Headache, Biliousness, and Constipa
tion, General Debility and loss of appetite,
nre all caused by the derangement of the
stomach, Liver and other functionaries of
the system. The IXL Bitters have been
successfully used and are warranted to
alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases.
fi??f'T'e IXL Iiiltrrs are sold onftasrr
in (jlaxx; to sell othrr than the
genuine arlule out of our bottles is felon,
ami ire trill u lirn detected, jirasecute such
Kirties to the full extent of the late.
Kcad Physician's Certificate on
Every family should have them in the house.
yo. SIS front St., San Francisco, Cat.
AV'e are also I lie mnnufactiirrri
Of OR. HESiLKV'S KKGISL.ATOU,
a purgative mild and efl'ectlve; a,
purely vegtlable foiupomid, and In
everv way superior to pills. Also
AruiH for Hie celebrated brand
of LOUDON HOY A I. PALM GIN a
peciflc for the llLAUbEKaud KID.
SELLING OFF !
SELLING QFF !
THE IMMENSE AVINTKIi STOCK OP
BOOTS and SHOES!
: AT Til E :
Pacfic Boat & Shoe House.
Corner First and Morrison Streets,
rORTLAJS'D, OR KG OX,
Will be Closed Out for the Next Thirty
At unci Lei
P K I C G Si
Ladies' Kid l-'o.ved Balmorals
Mioses' d do
'hildp'n's do do
Men s Heavy Knots
Boys' do ....
Yoiil h's do
'liilih- 'u's Boots
Mfi's Ivip 1 land-made Custom o-solctl
I'Urid,v's Slaughte r Boots
do irain 1 In nt i njj Boots
HiMiard's Celebrated' Hand-made
5 0 j
1- encli calf
Smit'i, Cliamplin it Co. (Portland)
Custom l-'renoh calf
.Smith, Cliamplin & Co. (l'ort la rid)
ustom American en If
M-n"s lie.!, ijual'ty Hunting
do Ani"riean K'diujr
do Buckle Artie. Overshoes
do Alaska t
tlo best qua'ity Ku'ber do
Women's BiicUle Arl ic Overshoes
do do do
do Sef.;iet'n;r Itubber do
Men's Serevd 1 '.n rxn n s
do IVirjred ilo
do California Calf, tap sole
do do bu IT calf, tap sole
1 I 1
.u;i;nts for the emeu pulse.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents tor the I-.sterphi.sk
( ico. I'. Kowell A Co., 40 Park Itow, New
Coe, Wetherill A Co., G07 Chestnut street,
Abbott A Co., No. 82 and 81 Nassau street.
I'ort Iaml.i )rejron T. Samuel
c... , . -. (Thos. Boyce
, i...... ju p Fjshor
St. Helens, Columbia county 8. A. Miles
Astoria. Clatsop county A. an Jiiisen
Salem - B. Williams
Harrislmre; I. H. Smith
I .afa vet fe, Yamhill county T.Ij.Ferqruson
Ballas, Bolk county
.1 ave Holmes
,.K. K. Hann'a
Corvallis Hon. John Burnett
Can von Cit v,jra nt Co . B. I.aswell
Albany A. X.Arnold
IaHes, Wasco county, N. H.irates
I,airande, Union county . C. Craiq:
Pendleton, I mat ilia county S. . Knox
IT AT rl" K
Fu-ene City )K. B.Bristow
Hosebure; Hon. I,. F. Bane
r . ) C. T. Montague
Lebanon T T? nlc,
Jacksonville Hon. K. I). Kondrny
Iin' Tom H. C. Huston
C. K. Beatie
J. W. Strawser
Frank W. Foster
Capt. Z. C. Norton
W. II. Vaushan
Ca n bv
Tn the Circuit Court of the State of Orcaon,
for the County of Claekamai.
John X. Smith and Mary Smith, plaintiff,
J. II. Martin, Defendant.
To J. TI. Martin, said defendant :
rN Til K NAMF, OF THE STaTF. OF ORE
tron. vu are herebv r(iuired to appear
and ansiverthecomplaint filed ajrainstyou
in th above entitl"d action bv the first
day of the term of said Court following the
ex' iration of six weeks from the first ru'-
lieation nf t his summons : said first putili-
eation being on thn if h day of March. 1S74,
and said next frm of said '"ourt commen
oinc on thr 27th dav of April, 174: and if
you rail to ans ver said complaint, tne
plaintiff will take Judgment, against you
for the revival or a certain judgment r-n-d'T'd
against ' on in said Court on th 21 st
da- of March. ltfilT, for the sum of 610 24-100
dollars with cot and disbursements.
By orBr of Hon. W. W. Cpton, Judge of
said fourt. dated the second (2) day of
March. ici. HuelatA Warren,
"mnrTw Att'y for Plaintiff.
Estrny TsTotice !
T,KK.V rp RY THK STTRRCRTPER L.IV
r, 'r" l? M'l-vnnkin precinct. Clackamas
tTnZill . . eon- on ,h th of January last,
l-i rto.hr ! cow. about 4 vears old. marked
lin"r k r wi,h R(l'r"wp; also a year
been hnr.' withf mark. Th cow has
- n aPPraisr J at $20 and th calf r
ko-,-. M. OATFIELD.
March 2o, 174 :wS
CHAS. II. OA-TJJh"TJI!LT3,
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND
lias Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brovn and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Lnen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies and Gents'
Hose Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Ac
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
Which have bee selecte with .pedal care for thi market and cannot
BE SURPASSED IX QUALITY OR PRICE.
TIIE HIGHEST MARKCT PKICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, lS73:tf "
TO THE CITIZENS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY:
GEEAT REDUCTION IKT
OWING TO TIIE FAILING II KAI.TII OF A. LEVY. IT IS OIMt PURPOSE TO OFFER
our cntiru Stock of Goods itt tirfiitly Km1uvvI lric. In onlor to closo out our
lMSIxllSSJa FALL STOCK!
SecontI door north of the Postofllce, Kluin street, Oregon City.
No bfttor "viiltneo of tin: ofH
ciency of Dr. J. .S. CnltMimn's
t'otnHninJ Kxtractof Kuoalypt us
can di'siri-il, than th folio win";
summary of eases, treated witli
this remedy alone, ly that emi
nent phvsician, Ir. David WVxis-
ter.in tlii.' V. S. Marine Hospital.Saji Fran
Cisco, renorti-d in the August No. (1S72) l'a
cilic Med. Jour. AoOmcj I Cur- I titjtr-
'hills anil Fever
lnflamalion of Kidneys..
1 iinr"t is
Incontinence of Urine....
Intlauiation of liladder..
1 ist-ase of tiie Heart.
For sale ev
KOW IS THE TIME TO
50 I'KIi YEAR,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Each number contains th
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
From all Tarts of the World ;
A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE AND TERRITORIAL f
A Corrected List of the Market in
Portland, San Francisco and Oregon City;
LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects of Interest to the
FARMER, MERCHANT OR MECHANIC
Also, Carefully Selected
In Short, it is in Every Respect a
Having a larpre and constantly increasing
Circulation In the most populous part of
the State, offers superior inducements to
those who wish to Advertise.
Advertisements inserted on
ine lampigu ui ion win soon bejrin
""' ' ,'rm nine io onDscribe
in order that you may be posted on currant
eTnts. Send in your subscription at ooee.
MAJN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
Completely corroljoratlve of tho
summary of J)r. Wooster, are the
rt'ixirts of the exiw-riments with
Kuenlyi tus by Dr. lxrrimer,of Iler
iin, l'russia, and Dr. Ki-eler, Chief
Physician of the Austrian Railway
Co., published in the American
Medical Journal, July, 1S72.
It will Ik? found very efficacious In obsti
nate cases of Dyspepsia, Bronchitis, I lack
ing Cough, Chronic Sore Throat, Ieucor
rliea, etc., and in nausea during pregnan
cy. Dr. C'oIeiiinn'M Iotlle Kxtrnct of
Enonlrptm is a special preparation for
the treatment of Fever mid Aniif, and
is Wiirrniiteil to Cure every case treated
according to directions, without the injur
ious results of the usual Quinine and ar
senical remedies for that disease. Also
pure Fluid Extract of Kucalyptus, in one
pound liottles, for physicians' use. Ik-ware
ot imitations and take none but Coleman's.
erywhere, and by Charles Iangley fc Co...
Agents San Francisco.
MB R C H A XD 1KB.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKER MAN & CO.
VE JCST RECEIVED A I.ARGE
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
which they offer
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
Vc would say come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Ourstock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
ware, and a great many ot her articles too numer-
ours to mention ; also.
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange
For which we pay the Highest, Prices.
8ACKERMAN A CO.
Oregon T!ty, October 31, l73-tf. I
MB Ji C II A ND I SB.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
Tand all kinds of
are good country produce.
I will sell as low as any house in Oregon for
CA SJf OR ITS BQ VI VA LB XT
Jn Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CASH IjY If AX1.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Orepon City, March 21. 1873.
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGON CITY, : OREGON.
WE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
all kinds of
In fact all kinds of work done a in PrintiiiR
Olliee, at b
ALL KINDS OP
constantly on hand, and for sale at as low
a price as can be had in the State.
Oregon City. March 21. 1873-tf.
About 150 pounds of long prim
er, of which this is an impression.
Has been in use but a short time,
crood work. Trice 25 cents lb,
either tied up or in cases cases
A small font of Nonperiel of which this is am
impression. Price 35 cents V B. As good new.
There in enough to set about one column f thi
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
ill A JV U FACTORY !
having icTeas-d the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner or and Third Stroet.
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old pa
trons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is aow prepared,
with ample room, good matTials, and the
verj best of mechanics, to biild anew, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vthicle from a
common Cart to a Concord Coch. Try me.
Blaeltsmithlnfri Horse or .Ox Shoeing,
and General Jobbing neatly, quickly, ajid.
cheaply done. DAVID SA1J1 H. Q
Iix the Circuit Court of the S7rt of Oregon,
for the County of Clackottus.
John P.Gage. PlaintitT.
Nancy Robbins, ft. al., Defend.uts.
To Nancy A. Ball and Larkin Ball, her
husband, two of said defendaits :
1 THE XA.M EOF TH E ISTATI OF CRE- Q
gon, you are hereby requiredlo apj ear
anu answer the complaint tilcl aa.nst
you in the above entitled suit, lv the
day of the next term of said Coirt folh w
ing tiie expiration of six weeks Irom t he
first publication of this stimmais; SiVfd
first publication being on the tti day of
March. 1S74, and said next term ot said
Court commencing: on the 27th day of
April, 1S74; and if you fail to answer sp id
complaint, tiie T'laintilT will apjiytothe
Court lor the relief demanded thc in,
which is that you, the above naned de
fendants with the other defenthnts in
said complaint named, execute to he said
plaintiff herein a deed for certain lind de
scribed in emihtint as the sout h half of
the northeast quarter of scet ion 2, town
ship 2 south, range 1 east, 'iltamtte Me
ridian, in Clackamas County, State of Ore
gon, in pursuance of a written agr-e ment
to that eir-ct made by John D. Ribbins,
now deceased, in his life time wih this
By order of the Hon. W. W. Upton Judge
of said Court, dated the second (2)day of
March, lK7t. 11ulat Warrin,
bmarTw Att's for Plaiitiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon t
for the County of Clackunms.
Arthur Warner, Administra-)
tor of the estate of Mary J Plaintiff.
Prosser, deceased. )
William Prosser, John A. I Defendants
Fisher and A. M. Fisher. j
To William Prosser, one of the above lam
ed defendants :
IN TIIE NAME OF TIIE STATE OF ORE
gon, you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, by the Irst
day of the term of said court lollowingthe
expiration of six weeks lrom the first ih
lication ol this summons; said first publi
cation being on the tit h day ol March, ISA.
and said next term of Court conimenckig
on the 27th day of April, 174 ; and if you
fail to answer said complaint, the plaint.tr
will apply to the Court lor the relief de
manded t herein, which is tl at a certain
deed bearing dale June L'Sth, l.vtvl, made ty
defendanls .Io! n A. Fisher and A. M. Fisfc
ertoyou, the said William Prosser, ur
xrting to convey certain real estate in
Clackamas County, Mate f Oregon, d-scritw-u
in saiu need as siluaieu in an I
oeing parts of sections ight and nine in
township two sout h, range one east, toetli
erwith all the ersonal pnx-rty on said
land claim at the ilate of said leed, be de
clared void and of no foroe or effect.
By order of the Hon. W. W. li ton. Judge
of said Court, dated the second ('2) day ol
March, 1S74. Hcki.atA Warrkn,"
6mar7w. Att'ys lor Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of ClacLvtmu.
Edward Wilcox, Plaint iir.
Mary Francis Wilcox, Defendant.
To Mary Francis Wilcox, saif 'defendant.
IN THE NAME OF 'i HE STATE OK OK
egon, you are hereby required tfcuppear
and answer the complaint tiled against
you in the above entitled suit, bv t he Cr-t
day of the term of said Court following the
expiration of six weeks from the first pub
lication of this summons ; said first pn I lo
cation being on the Cth day of March, 171,
and said next ti rm of said Court com men
cing on the 27th day of April, 1S74 : and if
you fail to answer said complaint, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded (herein, which is lor a
dissolution of the marriage cont ract t ow
existing between plaintiff and defendant
By order of Hon. W. W. Upton, Judire of
said Court, dated the second CJ) day of
March, 1S74. IIcflatA Wakrkn
niarttw? Att'ys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court fur the State of Oregon,
for the Count i of Cluckmnas.
Mary A. Roberts, Plaintiff,
Wm. II. Robert s. Defendant.
To Wm. H. Roberts, said defendant:
IN TIIE NAME OK THE STATE OF 0K
egon : You are hereby requind to ap
pear and answer the" complaint fil d
against you in the above entitled suit on
or before the first day of the term of snki
Court following the expiration ol six weeks
from the publication of this summons.
Said term of said Court will begin Men
day, the 27th day of April, 1S74 : and K you
tail so to appear and answer said com
plaint, the plaintiff will a: ply to the Court
for the relief prayed for in aid comj laint,
which is a dissolution of marriage contract
existing between you and defendant, and
for costs and disbursements of this suit.
Summons published by order of llon.W.
W. Upton, Judge of si id" Court.
Dated March 7th, lS7t.
- JOHNSON t McCC WN,
mal3w6 Atty's for Plaintiff.
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
State of Oregon, ror the County of Clack
amas : Jacob Wiener, plaintiff, vs. Sophia
Wiener, defendant. To Sophia Wiener.tne
defendant: In the name of t he St t'"
Oregon you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed ngainst
you in the above entitled suit, on or before
the first day ot the next term of the above
entitled Court, which will commence mor
than six weeks after the first publication
of this summons, to-wit: on Mondny.the
27th day of April, IS74, and if you tail so to
appearand answer, the plaintiff will "Tl
to the Court for the relief demanded in his
complaint, to-wit : n decree of divorce !nn
you. This summons is published in P"r"
suanceof an order made by Hon.
Upton, Judge of said Court, in chambers,
on the 19th day of January, 1874.
CAFI.KS A MOKEI.AM'.
. Attorneys tor Plaintiff-
C.A.HAAS, - - Prop.
Slain Street, Oregon City.
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