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FRIDAY..... OCTOBER 22. 1876.
Wednesday, October ao. , . .
ScKFKi!E Pabtt. The numerous friends
cf vT. B. Itloe, the chief lightning manipu
lator, gave him a surprise party hut Mon
day evening at the residence of Dr. Rice.
Billy came very near spoiling a good thing
by putting in an appearance on the noon
train, he haTing been at Salem all the week
and was not expected homo until the even
ing express train came in, and in order to
carry out the programme, the Doctor had
to take a buggy and bustle Billy off up to
Corva.ll Is, under the pretense of going on a
professional tour. Billy says be could not
for the lite of him think why the doctor
wanted him to go with him to Corvallis.
They returned In the evening and the sur
prise was a success.: Music aud singing
and sumptuous supper was the order of
amusements. It was quite late before the
surprise rs adjourned, having spent a glori
SOLD. The Statesman says: Twenty
One, the famous California horse, , who
was disabled In tlte great race with Foster,
on Friday ot Fair week, by the snapping
. of the elastic tendon In his right fore leg,
was sold last Saturday to Gen. John F.
Miller, of Salem, and Mr. Ben. Snipes, of
the Dalles. The price paid was $400,
being $5,600 less than Mr. Chris Buckley
paid tor him a few weeks since. Twenty
One is a thoroughbred, and we may hope
he will lire long enough to leave some of
his own flesh and blood to represent him
upon the turf of Oregon. .
Music Store. Mr. W. B. Barr infroms
us that he will leave next Thursday for
San Francisco for the purpose of laying in
a large supply of musical instruments,
books and stationery - the largest ever
brought to this city, and that he will re
turn in about two weeks with bis goods.
Card Photos. Yesterday Win. Gird
received card photos of six of the noted
race horses of America, via : Jo. Daniels,
McMahon, Norfolk, Langtord, Lady Wash
ington and Waterford. Of coarse they are
. tTsce pictures, and. Gird prizes them very
highly. Hie package came directed ro
the wickedest man in Oregon, with compll
jnentsofThoa. B. Merry.' ,; i; . v
Mas Doo.--The Statesman says: .O. G.
Savage killed a mad dog on Monday near
the "Milk Ranch." Several men had been
shootin? at him. but could not kill him
until Mr. Savage chased him down, on
horseback, and shot him with a derringer.
He is not known to have done any damage,
but gave positive evidence of hydrophobia.
Wholesale Liquor Store. Albany
is to have a wholesale liquor store and the
carpenters are busy fitting up the building
Just this side of Mr. Cheadle's residence, and
will be in running order by the last of the
"' "week , i. - - '" '
-- Died. Mr. David Roland of this city
a ..nffMilnv tmnntlnrr
from his brother, in Salem, .stating that
- their little girl, some two years of age, bad
died tliat morning.;:
Lateso Bbick. The brick masons com
menced laying brick yesterday morning on
the new building of Dr. Tate's. When it
Is finished It will help the looks of the city
In that block wonderfully.
Police Cocbt. But' one devotee of
Bacchus, by the name of Fitzgerald, was up
yesterday morning before bi3 Honor. He
plead guilty and was turned loose after
settling with the offended law to the
amount ot five dollars and costs. :
Messn. Matthews & Morrison as hotelists
are a grand success, and they are getting
away with heaps of coin, because the pub
Jic recognize in them the proper persons
Jof tbe business. The St. Charles, with
liattbews & Morrison at the helm, was
never so popular as , to-day.
IsvosKATfOX Tf anted Of a Mr. Isaac
Furrow, who when hist heard from, was
raiding in this county. Aoy Information
regarding him, - thankfully received by
arah Me Cue, Oregon' City. ;
It's generally belived that Lot's wife would
net have looked back, but a woman with a
primitive pull-back dress ou passed bee,
jsod the temptation to see bow it was made
fsva.?& rr fears of impending doom, and
fe was saatL ., ------ -
The Amextean Sxchaoge Hotel, ,nnder
fbe management ot Mr. Seta W. Eddy,
is way pp, As a hotelist Scth baa tow
equals and noaaperfor, - ,
VT beard a. man say yesterday tliat be
ras "too hungry to , tell the truth.? ; We
tcnow lots of people who must bta hungry
: all the time. .,-.:;:":-,: ,,T
T&us Bros, moyed into their new es
tablishment on Monday. - They will have
(too of the gayest jewelry stores on the
fsasfii poast when they get fixed up.
Hr: Matthews,' of the St.' Charles,' Is
$tUjt-i& about again, after a long rasslc
fvUI tJie typhoid fever. , - - , . ' ,
If you want one of those tons acre lots
call a Jihn lUUard at once, before they
an all. sold.
ZL'O. Norton won the ladles' go!4 watch
at CLb Ladles Cathollp Fair, last wck at
.a new staamer sCty of S&leof" h cx-
X"?"-te4 to rsale her trial trip to-Sales this
V. is. C. Tweedale has been adding to
IZs f ' sJc of grQcerte3 provisions, etc.
CI. ;-tt Court is In session at Saleoi this
, "c r street epriukler has hauled oft. until
Fabm JEteST,--I yoo want to; rent
a iiiae little farm oonvenlefii to the city
read the ad, oi Mr. Jt. Ctieadle elsewhere
in this paper, and then go and see htm
abOUt-lt. :., ... :,-2r. t
We read that "the, way of the transgres
sor is hard," and the . way will be harder
still unless you get your flxins at Baker's
dollar store. " :. m . r
. , Tliuraday. October tL
Coal oil Is selling at $2 per can.
Wheat quoted at 80 cts, In this city.'
Ben. Turlay, ot Astoria, called a few
moments yesterday. ; -
Dr. Boyd, slier riff of Baker county, ar
rived In this city yesterday. . . . -
M. II. Abbott, Esq., late of Pendleton, is
expected to arrive iu this city to-day.
Hon. J. R. Lutrrell, of California, orated
to a select Democratic few last evening.
Budd Chapman is down with typhoid
fever at the American Exchange Hotel.
Baker, at the dollar store will have lots of
new goods up from below to-day. ;
An uncle ot Mrs. A. K. Arnold,' arrived
from the East on the noon train yester
day. Mr. S. A. Dawson, is having a new ad
dition erected to his dwelling on Third and
Mr. Hosteadler's brother-in-law from
Illinois, came up on yesterday noon
train. ' ' '"'.- '"
Mrs. ColU Van Cleve and three children
arrived in this city from Baker City, on
yesterday's noon train. --v-;:,
Messrs. Bell & Parker, . were busy trans
ferring their drugs, etc., to their new store
in Froman's brick yesterday. ;
We received a call yesterday from E. 15.
Wheeler, Esq., ' soliciting agent for F. M.
Spaulding & Co's. paper and twine Ware
house, San Francisco '
Ans. Marshal says that if 'the fellow
that stole his carriage lights, . will bring
them back, all will be well ; if he don't,
the first chance that he gets be'll knock his
light out. :
It is understood that Messrs. J. F. Back
ensto, Jase. Wlieeler and C. P. Burkhart,
are the parties who left thU city yesterday
to go over and examine the route of the
proposed McKenzie Canal.
Carpenters, for some days past, have
been busily engaged putting another story
on the residence on Third and Washington,
recently purchased by Dr. D. M. Jones of
John Irving. It promises to look gay when
finished.'.. T "-
Born. In this city, on the morning f
the 20th to the wile of W. J. Warren, a son.
Billy is as proud as a school girl with a
new pull-back dress. .
G. M. Stroud, conductor on tlie Albany
Express train, between tliis city and Port
land, was taken with congestive chill Tues
day night, and was lying at the St. Charles
last night in a critical condition. . His wife
bad been sent for, and was expected to ar
rive from Portland last night. : " '
Ftse Beef. James Harris has purchased
a small lot of fine beef cattle, sixteen in
number, of Mr. John Powell, paying there
for three cents a pound. The cattle were
driven from Ochoco, and are in splendid or
der. The bunch crass country beats the
world for beef cattle. - ;
. GOOD Templabs. We understand that
there was a very large turnout last Tuesday
evening at their ball. Visitors from sev
eral different lodges were present, together
with Messrs. Walker and Fmsh. The two
named gentlemen ; made quite lengthy
Pitchforked. Harry Parker, second
son of E. A. Parker, Esq., druggist ot this
city, engaged in packing fruit at the A Id en
Dryer in the west end of the city, ran his
foot against one of the tines of a rusty pitch
fork, on Wednesday, making an ugly if not
dangerous wound, the tine entering the top
of the foot and penetrating an inch or two.
bh'jbxu a aiule. as we were on our
daily travels yesterday in search of some
thing to "hop on to-' in the shape of an
item, just as we were about halt a block
awny from a blacksmith shop, we heard
thumping and loud talking. The language
used was very suggestive ot, that -country
where they use brimstone to kindle fires
with. On going to the shop we found four
men aud three boys who had been trying
to shoe a mule about the size of a jack rabbit.
The mule was not just exactly on the
"shoulder," bnt he had splended use of hU
hind legs ; in fact, he was real bandy with
them. We left tbe belligerent parties stand
ing and watching each other, while the
man that attempted to pat the shoe on,
was stooped over rubbing his leg and say.
lug "that he did not know the confounded
cigar was Ht."
Water Wheels. Since tbe completion
of the Albany & gantlnm Canal, all, or
nearly all, our factories, mills, foundry and
warehouses use Water as power for propell
ing their machinery. Our city to-day boasts
of more water-wheels tS&n any other city
in the State. Iu a stroll yesterday among
the various warehouses, mills, eto in the
city, we found that the machinery in the
following named places was ran by water-1
power, furnished by the gantlam Canal s
Messrs. ; Parker 5 & Morris, , . warehouse j
Farmer' Warehouse s "j Cbas. Simpson.
warehouse ; B. CheadJe, warehouse i Tea.
Foster & Co,, two warehouses, each one
wheel ; AIthouse$; Co planing mill ( K.
Carter 'Co.,-'V;planinjg' mill, each t one
wheel ; Saw mill, Albany Foundry & Ma
chiuo shop, A. F. Cherry, each one wheel ;
City. Flouring MUis, 3eacb & Honteitiv
two wheels j ; Magnolia: Fionring Mills, J.
H, Foster & Q04 three wheels. . ' JJesldes
these, tbe Democrat has a sen all water wheel
for propelUnK their Chicago Taylor and
Ghfbe Dresses, which does tlie business r!"bt
up to the handle. The warehouse cf El&in
& Sox, out at tbe depot, Is mo by. steamy
and the repair shop off -Iterrill & Putnam
also has a small steam ensine, " tlaese two
being the only steam engines at presect In
the city. TlseSantiana Canal - crosses C
city, front,, or ratLer j r.sso3 . throogti La
city eastwacd ou SlxUj street to. JeCiraoa;
down Jefflsrsoa to tlie warebooae of Parke
& Harris, where it bends aain to the Asi
a tew .yarcs,' emptying its waters in tot a
ravine or gulch, whence they are carried
the Willamette. A ditch from the Canal
west on Front street carries water to the
Farmers' Warehouse' the saw mill and Al
bany , Foundry. , , Another .ditch, running
north, on Lyon street, carries water to the
nlanins mills ot 'Althouse' & Co: and E.:
Carter & Co. vcA..p:puia jwaie?
bouse. ? ;Anotber- ditch running t north,
down Broadalblh street, carries water to
the Democrat, Jas. H. Foster & Co. antf
Friday, October 22.
' r CUMTIT . CO CRT DOCKET.
' Following are cases to be adjudicated at
the Circuit Court for linn county, which
commences text Monday : '
Thos. Monteith et al, vs. J. H. Fo3ter et
al ; Action at law to recover money.
Wm. Harris vs. Win. MeCallistcr; Ac
tlon at law to recover money. .
John Lu et al, vs. L. Elkins et al ; . Ac
tion at law to recover money.
Andrew Wily et al, vs. L. Elkins et al ;
Action at law to recover money. "".
J. B. Constable vs. BuelCustar ; Action
at law to recover money. ; ,
Wm. M. Pitman vs. Wilson Bump : Ac
tion at law to recover money. -
Hampton Weed vs. Al. ai. nan ,
at law to recover money. .
Jos. Hausman vs. v. a, eeoer, awuu
at law to reacover money. ' . ,
O. Fox & Bros. vs. Jas. uunmngnam ,
Action at law to recover money. :
O. Fox & Bros. vs. S. A. banning : ac
tion at law to recover money. ;
Oeo. Houston vs. J. is. iLeeney ; Action
at law to recover moneys -
Mary Watson vs. vm.a. smun : action
at law to recover money.
Jos. Teal vs. A. F. Uamuton ; Action at
law to recover money. v
Albany z santtam a oo. vs. . a. j. ick-
erson ; Action at law to recover money.
Harriet Curtis vs. titram smitn anu n .
W. Brlggs ; Action at law to recover mon
ey. - ' -''Jc :- -" - - :
js. s. Mitcmeis vs. natcun auauu un
law to recover money. " "V
Wm. U'aiiey vs. A. z. tsears j Action nt
law to recover money
Edward Kn baits vs. iN . lieacn et ai ;
Action at law to recover money.
Rachael Wilson vs. 11. A. Uavkison : Ac
tion at law to recover money.
Rchael Wilson vs. M. c. Malson : Action
at law to recover money. ' "
Jos. Houck vs. C J; Famngton ; Action
at law to recover money.
vr. H. Dodd vs. C. J. Harrington : ac--
tion at law to recover money.
Dana Lewis vs. Wm. Muter: Action at
law to recover money.
Jas. Kinney V3. J. Hi. lientiy et ai ; suit
In equity for confirmation of Sheriff's sale.
Glierst Myers A Co. vs. John A. Gore et
al ; Suit hi equity for confirmation of Sher-
itrs sale. - -
The Board & Commissioners, &c. vs. Su
san W. Thorpe et al ; Suit in equity to fore-,
close mortgage. .
Wm. IS. A ewhonse vs. YV m. 1'eters ei ai;
Suit in equity to foreclose mortgage.
Caroline Briggs vs. J. L. Hatchar : Equi
ty for possession or land. -
- i -r -vr ,ii t T" TT. . .1. n .
equity for possession of land.
Adolphus Briggs vs. J. L. Hatcher; eq
uity for possession of land.
: Adaliue Briggs vs. J. L. Hatcher jeqnity
for possession of land. -
jarvais snggs vs. J. L,. uatcner ; eauity
for possession of land. -
Kmiiine Briggs vs. J. Li. Hatcner ; equity
for possession or land. "
E. H. White vs. Harriet Balch et al ; eq
uity to remove cloud from land title.
W. J. Smith vs. Vincent Watson et - al
equsty to remove cloud from land title.
judiow Juaxweii vs. ii.naa Maxweit ec
al : Suit in eqnity for partition.
Vincent Watson vs. W. J. Smith et al :
equity for partition.
Vincent Watson vs. W. J. Smith aud M.
Viola Smith et al ; equity for partition. -
Racliatl Miller vs. Thos. D. Boggs et al ;
eqnity for partition..
Lnther Huston et al, vs. Thos. Boggs et
al ; equity for partition. -
John Waters vs. M.T. Beckwith : equity
for partition.' ....
D. Froman vs. Coll. Vancleve et al ; eq
uity to foreclose mortgage. -
Mary d Butler vs. Preston Fields et al ;
equity for partition. '
.Henry B. Springer et al, vs. C. N. Wait
et al ; equity for partition. "
H. A. Hogue et ak vs. C. P Hogue et
al ; equity for partition.-.
Jennie uruno vs. KJ. w. tiruoo ; Mouin
cat Ion of decree. ' .-.v.;-
Board ot School Commissioners c., vs.
T. A. Riggs et al ; equity to foreclose mort-
LUchasl iinicr vs. Wm. Miller equity for
divorce. ; , ; "
Martha J. Phillips vs. Alonzo Phillips :
cauitv tor divorce. ' s
jaaniaa iatnrop vs. rnueman uicnrop ;
equity for divorce. '
v.U. Lilies vs. jt&osa L.ues equity or
Sarah E. Chapman vs. Jno. M. Chapman
equity for divorce.
Tbos.31emmens : vs. Martha Clemmens;
eqnity for divorce.
Xucy Bangherty vs. Lewis C. Daugherty
equity for divorce.
; Peter B. Settle vs. I.. C. Rice, Sheriff;
Action at law to recover money.
A.J. Houston vs. J. C. Johnson ; Suit
J. M. Huft vs. Joslah Aliukey ; Action
at law to lecover money.
: Juuons. Following are the jurors drawn
for the fall term xf Circuit Court which con
venes in this city next Monday: W.'C.
Foren, Thos. Alphin, Geo. W. Klurn, Wm.
Shelton, Enoch Cyrns, J. D. Titus.1 Wm.
McCoy, r.. .. Hill, K. O; McDonald, T. B.
Mack, S. J. Archibald, Jno. P. Sector, J.
I. Cowan, Ostin Dastin, Jno." Harris,
Thos. Turner, li. C Miller, J. B. Fryrear,
Jason '! Wheeler, ; Albert Humphrey, Ell
Micbads, W.; J. Smith, ; B. T. Blodgett,
Jas. Kilev,, B. Holt; : Chas. Xevis, Enoch
Milleri W, H. ClinrchUl, C. W. Cowan, F.
P. Devaney, J. M. Jncwnneii,
IVargz Stock. Cast your eagle eye over
the new card of John Briggs," In this Issue
of the Begisteb. Mr. Briggs, since mov
ing into his new and handsome store, has
received a -fine stock sof stoves," ranges,
pumps, and in fact scores of articles needed
for every day uao, made of copper,' brass,
tin, lead,' iron, etc., which lie will dispose
of on liberal term?. .- He is a lair", dealer,
very accommodating and gentlemanly, and
is building up a large trade. Call at the
new store. ' '
House MoviKG.-Workmen were yes-
teBcSay employed moving the old building
on' the' corner of Lyon and Mala streets.
The lot and building belongs to A. Caroth-
e & Co. and we nnderstanu that tney In
tend to erect fine ouUdiag on the lot just
as soon as the lumber can be obtained.
This is tlie only draw back that Albany has
the Ecarrity of lumber, " '
Jjr. riummer removed his lrge stock of
drugs, perfumery,, books, stationary,- etc.,
yesterday to his new purchaao the brick
near the corner ot Washington street, .011
First &treefc.The telegraph office has also
teen removed to Ptummer's.
Gcxs IIomz. Hrs. Hester Eced, who
lias been on ft visit to bet children in this;
city for, two or three weeks, left ..here yes-'
terday oa the, noon train for; her home
w iu Walla Walla
, r j ovn jaios schools.
A city, county or State is progressive
in proportion- to; the interest that is
taken in developing the moral and in
tellectual man J This1 ban become o ap
parent tliat the States ot tlio tfnion yio
witn each other iu promoting the inter
ests ot education. Eacli Kas made lib
eral endowments for the public- schools
out of the State funds, which, with the
liberal donation ot Congress of the 16th
and 36th sections ot land from the pub
lic domain almost supplies the means to
carry on the grand system that has been
devised, ana esiaDiisueu. . .
' And Oregon, one of the youngest
stars that decks the sisterhood of States,
may well fkel proud ot the progress
made in developing the latent powers of
the mind. "' - under the common school
system that has been adopted by the
States, the facilities lor educating the
youth is within the reach ot alL And
our city and county may justly boast ot
having as good schools as are found ia
the State. We , are informed that in
this connty there are seventy-ieven
school districts. And that there is an
average of six months school in each
district daring the year, open and free
to all, with only a slight expense at
tached for incidentals. . There is now
employed about fifty teachers, at an av
erage salary of $45.00 , per month.
During the Spring ; term . we - are in
formed that there was employed about
eighty teachers at the same average
salary; all of the districts in the county,
with one or two exceptions, being occu
pied. In the seventy-seven school die.
tricts there is an aggregate of 4,917 per
sons of school age, and ali of this great
army ot pupils are here to be prepared
for the stern realities ot life. . '
And it the schools throughout the
country are in as good hands and pro
gressing as well as schools in this city,
the youths of the land will be well and
thoroughly prepared to cope with those
of a " like education ; from any city
in the State. Our city schools,
under the management of Mr. J.
F. Koyse, assisted by art - excellent
corps ot teachers, are in splendid a
condition., And we are pleased to see
that the citizens are iu earnest in keep
ing op with the progress of the times in
the matter of education, ; As the city
increases in population and wealth, so
should the facilities be increased for de
veloping the latent powers of the inte
lect. - At the present time about 250
pupils can be accommodated at our pub
lic school which is considerable less
than half, as there is probably 650 per
sons of school age in the district.
Last year there was $2,021.50 paid
out tor scliool purposes; this year tlie
district) has received, as appears from
the distribution of. the Superintendent,
$2,049.44, being $29.44 more than was
expended for all purposes - last year.
But the facilities have been increased; a
new building erected and an additional
teacher employed, consequently the ex
penses for the present year will be more
than for the previous. . :
vWe hope that Linn will make no
misstep, but will retain the position she
now occupies as one - of iha leading
counties in the State in the work of
education, as well as wealth and popu
lation. - -J'';-
On a ' Ilrai. Yesterday morning
Messrs. Geo. WeJler, Geo. Burkhart and
John Berry shouldered their rifles, ami af
ter laying in a supply of provisions con- 1
sisting ot three quart bottles ot bologna
sausages, one loat of bread, one bottle of
lemon syrup, one piece of bam sandwich,
a bottle of pepper sauce, and a chunk ot
Cheese, tlie eutfit was capped off with a
bottle of Had way 's Beady Relief, (only to
be used in case of sickness). They went !
across the Calipooia on to the island, they
walked all day through tbo rain and re
turned home late ia the evening, and
didn't kill not even so much as a torn-tit.
Tlie time of tbe year baa arrived when
our citizens put up stoves in the sitting
room anu masn ineir lingers witn tne ram
mer and then swear.
K pedal Houees. . -
Nfw Firx. Sn.m Millar has bonght tlie Wig
On and Sinlthshop heretofore occupied by
Peters BpeideL, ogetber wlta the material
and unfinished work, and In now orenared to
furnish anvtuing in his line. conxLatfng of I
Uarrlairea. Butrarlos. Lnrntw wiunma. Hacks.
Ac, and general smithing neatly and with du- !
paten. I employ none but the beat of -mechanics,
and Insure satia&totlon. Ail work war
ranted. I thtnlc 1 can make It an object for
yoa to bay of me, in price, style and durabilit y
of work. I use the best of material, hickory
and oak, from the Eastern States. Call and er
araine for vonraelves : all I vant ts a tixtr trial.
I have had several years of experience on this
coast, and with the knowledge thus gained, in
certain I can please you. I guarantee to sell for
cash as low as-can be bought in this city. A
large tot of lumber wagons, side and end spring
carriages and backs on hand. Patronize borne
manufactory do not send your money off ont
of the country. Act the part of wiso men, and
build up.your own State, and you will prowper
. . . . . - . . .: Kitf
l'AKai yoa jBgarr.,.....',; y'-l "l,
A SMalX FABM ' FOB TH BEKTON
-tX. connty, about IX miles from tola city, on .
which there is a dwelling and all the necessary
outbuildings. For terms, ia- call at the store
of ; ."a. CHKAOI.K.
..Albany, Ctet. 22, 187S4T8ttW
nnATCES Tmft . frppott'ri i n it v'to ttotim
X his friends and the public generally, that i
UEV7 BUSINESS HOUSE,
on the old stand next door to P. CI Harper A Co.,
wDore can oe lonna as great an amortmeni anu
as large a stock of
Stoves azicL HaiLges
as can be found In any one bouso t&te aids of
Fortland, and at as 4 i '. , t- .5
LOW Jk. --3E3ICI2.
Casttron, XSrass Si Enameled '
in gien variety.
. :.Sneet. Iron, .
: Galvanized Iron,
; - .,..aar; :
always' on iiand, and tnthle to order, AT LIV
ING JIATE3. - - , " '
Albany, October S3, 1tm4x$ ; : 1 : .'
PURITY I. ACCURACY !
Pure and. Fresh .
DRUGS AND MEDICINES X
- Xollet Articles,
' TBTCKUBS A9T0 SBOTTLDEB jBBACZS.
I TJ OBS
Aiao- ' '
Scnool Book!) Stationery,
Cigars and Tobacco.
" a Piescrfotlons carefuny flJTod. 1 51v7
, . . STEVENS,
Wtebakm St TAvwnlmt&mrtwm ewel
- Shop In FlammeE arna stora.
J E WELRY,
Oliver & Plated Ware,
AGENTS FOB THE V
The Best Machine made.
ALBANY FOUNDRY , '
. - And
A. F. CIIERUY Proprietor,
ElaBBfactores Steam Engines,
Floor and Saw Mill Maenln-
WOOD WORKING "
' , . And an kinds of
I KXON ASS BiiaBS CASTCrCIS.
Particular attention paid to repairing all
Kinoa ox maenmery. v .
: HIXOOIS FACTORY ! ;
V. D. SELD1NC,
"TnjTtO MANtTFACTtTEED THE FIRST
has returned from California, and located
permanently in this eity, where he has
arain eommesoed the xnanntaetore of all
Ercsns, Broslies, Wisps, 1
c at his tactorv on First street, at John
Motzier's old stand.east of Masnolia Mills.
where he. invites those wishing a OrstelsMS
brooqa to eall and secure It ot mm.
Tf. J. BEJLDISG.
Albany, Oct-18, 19 r7
HAS JUST OPENED HIS HEWGBOCBH
establishment on corner of llswortl
and kirst stueets, with a fresh- stock of
(irroosries, novislons, Uandles, Claars, To.
uoaoiouz ciuaens. -,r v; ,
: In connection with the store ne will keep
m Hutvry, anu wui atways nave oa nana a. .
Call and see me. -' '
' JOHN SCHMEER.
' February 1S44V4 '
In the Circuit Canrt of the State Of Oregon
tor the county of Liinn.
Thomas Clemmens, plaintiff; va. Martha Clem
bmt for divorce. - v - . .
no Jt ctlu Cieunaons, the defendant above
i a 1 as n wte or tne Stttvi of Or3n : Tovari
h-. ,-y P'ouired toanmwf and answer the com-
p'sstofi-'eabovena wA r Hlnt;ri intheabov
eniis .4.i a ( t-, row on feie wis n tt:. cUtrk: of said
ettrt, i t n tn dcys afver ifte of .f tne ser.
v UJ ' f?rnmosis upon yon tf served in lit nit
cor.tw, i. on. but ft rved in any oilier
otirtiv . .,t tha tt..n wi Ciu twenty
i.-vse:-.srt...e'tfmecf tres.;riflne of tnis earn,
jn-.-ns t.vffl oa, or if scsrvftiby "''.wion of
t-i, - 't.HtbnjHiw r'')tatbanwr
1 oco- .. -ntTsy toe first dv of tle Pxt wbpt.
1' r trnsi ui ux court, to be iwidon on tue iourta
Konuay, tje . . , w .vwi
at Alr rt a;t eoutsty and State; and yea
re noiiu -it ant lfyoa t-. -J to oo , and an
s v, rooniwd, .r want f aner the
r-s-.ii. . v. ,t an; y o t-o erwrt fur ti reiict
".!!.. vtl ia te o.tt.-.. k.i, w. isa h-aeuiu.
tton t uta matnaeej eontreot exiatlntr .bet-weea
a, .a tij fnaiai, f. and i -r Uit , . a-S ens
'. y UMmuMMrliUurer.. . n.-.. t .
J :a A. Cioimsns, s J, t. -.is.j K.
t.tnnmens, Ihomaa t mm.. ..(ju . ciem
Ii i-oa .id. Andrew C i. -, '. - fi ma
cuinii-iiittt to the piakn . ,
Publjahcd by order of k, i . .uae
yf.'S" .f ,?1"1. which ovmix bears ui Usiaocr
September IT, 187S42v7w6
. jotin conrisrt,
.. rJttexest U lowed on tlmedopoBlta in cola.
' KxclMUisre on Portland, Sun Francisco,
And Haw York, for Kilo at lowest rates. -'
. fVhitaAttaftH iniutpfinil Timmntlv minit ta
Bfera to U. W. Corbett, Henry F&Uing,
-w. . Laaa.- . -
. Banklnit boan from 8 A, M. to P. M,
Albany, Feb. 1, 1S71-23VS - -
, VJ. W. SALDWIN,
AUorwjr muA Coimselor sS
ST ILL FKACTKTK IN ALI- THE Conrt
, TV In the 3d, Sd and 4tb Judicial Dia
triota In the Smmmt Court ot Oregron
and in tbe U.S. District and CI remit Conrt 8.
Office Ira Parrish brick, rap stairs), in
11rt etreet, Albany, Otokoo. tovS
Attorney aad CmwIw at Ln
TTriLIi PSACTtCK tK ALL TTIK Coort
W of this State. orncs-iarain
mo stain) First street. ' -, ; wi
.,t, . . B. BICE, M. .
Surgeon & Pbjslcian.
""FFICE Til t street, between
I anil nrnahlnirfon. RKRlnKRCTK Third
street, two blocks below or east of Metho
uno Charch. Albany. Oregon. - v&n
DR. GEO. XV. GRAY,
X E N'T.-rS T
- AXRAirr, OKEGOH.
OFFICE ITS PABHISII BBICK BLOCK,
corner First and Ferry street. Rest- i
- T!nm Aiiri nb and Ferrv streets.
' 1 to i o'clock p. m. . 18V4
EPIZOOTICS DISTANCED, j
, THE BAT TEAK STIU IXTES,
A SD IS FLOTTKISHING LIKE A GRF.K
J. bay tree. Thankful for past favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance of i
h. .rxv iRh KAY TEAM will always be
ready, and easily found, to do any hauling
el I very of tKKnU
A. n - jann uuw.
Albanv Book Store.
nviT ini TV insmr.T.T.AXEOUSBOOKS.
XJ School Books, Blank Books,StaUonery
Fancy Articles, Ac. -
Books imported to order, at shortest pos
sible notice. "
II. jr. OOUGHTON, M.
nIADCATB OV THE JCSmVEKSITTf i
' u.iimi rinikwn of Xew York. late
member of Bellov lea Hospital Medical Col- i
lege. New York. Omen-In A. Carothcrs
A Oa.1 drug store, Albany, Oregon.
W. C. TWEEDALfi,
Tskweo, Ctsars Cutlery Crock.
t2B-Call and tee him., . Mto
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
..; Dealers in
czrexicAUt, ons. PAnrrs, dyh
- ' All the popular
- PATENT BIEDIC1KES,
'riSfK CCTXKttT, CIGABS, TOBACCO,
'' BOTIOKS FERFVMXIT,
'.' mm Tnet:cete. ;
" Partlcnter .care and promptness given
Physicians' prescriptions ana jr amuy xua
P6S" r a. CABOTinSRS A CO.
. Albany, Oregoniv5 .
Can be bad at the following places :
narrisburg. .Sam. Mny
Junction City... .....Sinitli & Iirasfleld
Brownsville...... ...Kirk ft Hume
Halsey ...... ......... .J. M. Morgan
Scio ................... ---J- J. Biown
Albany.. ...k..Graf ACoUir
A full supply can also be'obtamed at my
old shop on First street.- Albany, Grcxron.
4. 2K. MEWIiLK.
A. W. G AMBLE, M. .,
3?h.vsician., Surgoon. etc,
' VFFICE On First street, over Weed's
. J grocery store. Bkbitiknck Opposite
tate residence of John C Mendenhall, nea
toe ronnory. jitbe ss jeuoany.
VXTH Y SAT THIS DAMAGING AS!)
complaint cannot be
Virod, when so many evidences of success
. might be placed before you every day-
- cures of supposed hopeless cases? Yonr
ph yslcian Informs yon that the longer you
allow the complaint to exist, you lessen
your chances for relief. JExperience ta
.mtffm una m cut
A. Carotbera & Co.Vi ile PtUa mm
am all t.bv are rnnommondod to bo. Will
-. - i - i 1 Ul.iu1lnff 1H1 tn
" VhknwmaraHnn Inmnt bv Uiall Or CX-
snort time, ana are convewtmt w
prem to any point within the United States
at 91 ov per imcautKa.
S?v Box 88, -Ai!auy, Oregon.
' Tha Eusrene flremen are making ar -
i tTr..-l hn .f i?nB's
ranffements for a grand dui at iane s
;,.Iiafl on Christmas eve.
- . . FOR GALG I : -:"
mRt CELKBBATBD W. A- WOfD'S .
.BBAPEES & ESOWERS. .
r '' H-tafs Ucadera, tlfood's Unproved.) '
' 7wtJlWdi IuOjlaaaFmnVaE.
' TheXMael mm VUrf T&raBir .-, ;
. . - . - best machines on the coast.
'Siateansaa Pnpfeed fcrtll '
" Kta "PlwV and other maditacs ,
C8l'.-e,aod get rrlee and terms before buying
e"'wa!rc. at my Elaekamitu fchop.eorneriseo--..-id
and Ellsworth sts., Albar y, vgon .
I BAMi WOOD.
Warranted to give Satisfaction.
' Call at the iwua store of" .
street, Albany, Oregon, and boo Testlm ;
- - . ciaiM vi a(ju tviuu w -w
fiold rrv the emllon omlv. It8TmtIen1vfot,'.
dm In cans of M, 1 and S gallon ; also w B gauoK
wooeea paua anu Darrein, cau ana see it.
o. s. - oo.
I T7 nOM AND AFTER DATE,
A.'-;taer nouoe, rreint irom . .
PORTLAND lo ALBAJSY
0HE DOLLAR PER
All down' freight will be delivered at PORT-"
LAND or ASTOlilA v.- i
Free of Drarage and Wharfage,
At Reduced Rates-
Boats will leave A I. BANT for COKVAIXI3 or-
For further particulars, apply to
BEACH Sc HOHTETTII,
Albany, Nov. Sd.'74-ia Amenta
- EHEBIFPS SAIE. ' '
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue or a ,
writ of execution issued out of the County ,
Court of the State of Oregon, for the county of
I.un,in favor of J. K. uooper, ana against. .iw
Fuller, dated tho 15th day of September, 1875, '
I have levied upon, and will, on
Friday ilia 5th dap of November, 1875,
at the court house door in said connty, at the
bnur or one n'nlock in the afternoon of said-day
offer for sale at public auction, all the right.
title, interest ana estate oi me nu . . ji uuer,
in and to the following described real property,
situated in said county of Linn, to wit J Begin-,
ing at a point in the middle of the county road.
- ...... 111. . C. . tT. ...... .... I .
jeauing irom itrowiwvuw wowwt uum T.jr
wntv nlinina anf. of the east lino of the dona-
tion land claim of Robert Ulasa and wife, ran- "
n ing thence eant three chains and eighty-one ,
links to tho Calapooia Creek, thence down the
middle of the paid creek to a point north of the
place ot beginning, tnenoe noutn sixteen cnaina.
more or less, to tbe place of beginning, contaln-
I lng forty acres, more or less. . - .
Terms of sale Casn in liana, goia. coin, .ont
day of sale.
Dated Oct.6Ui, lara-vsna - ...
. , j ' L.C.BICK. ,
Sheriff of Linn County, Ogn. '
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon '
for the CimiUy of Linn,- , - .
Ludlow Maxwell, Eleanor B. Davis and Hugh '
n. Davis her husband, Nancy A. Bmith and Jo-.
slah B. Smith her linsuana, mary roweu anu
William Powell lier husband, Elizabeth J. Gear-
Maxwell ana Ajoen unsseii, -iain- ,
Powell, liosetta Powell and Marion A. BusseDv .
Defendants. . ' .
Suit in Kqulty lor r aruuon oi Beai i-ropeny.
To Kllas Maxwell. Mary K. Powell, Edward '
Powell. Bosetta Powell and Marion A. Russell,
defendants above named .
In the name oftlie Htate or uregon : l on are
hereby required to be and appear in the Circuit , ,
jonrv ox iuvomiut uiiuu, iui. mo wumj fc
! Linn, and answer the complaint of- tbe aliove
named plaintifis in the above entitled cause,
nov on nw vim iuc uan ui omu cuui-, wiwiu.
ten days aftr the date of the service of this '
summons upon you, if served in Linn' county,
Oregon, but if served in any other county with- -in
this State, then within twenty days after the
date of the service of this summons upon j ott; -or
if served by publication of this summons, -then
von are reaulred to answer the said oom"
plaint by tlie first day of the next regular term
of said Court, to bo holdcn on ' tho fourth Mon-
uny, tue , . ; - ;- v-
BStta day of October, 1673,'
at Albany, tn said county and State. - Ton are
hereby notified that if you full so to appear and
answer said complaint as above reaulred, for
wane oi nn answer inv jrminuu win anrwv iwf
the Court for the relief demanded in the said.
complaint, towit: tor tne partition oi tne west
well and Delilah Maxwell his wile, known on-'
nail oi uie aookuon ana oi iiHUv jsax
the plats arid survey of the U. 8. as notiUcatlon '
No. "11777' claim No. "43," situated In Linn .
county ana state oi uregon, ana ior suon ocner .
relier as ahall seem just to equity, and that;
plaintiffs and defendants pay their proportion,-'
OI me costs ana aisouirBemeuuf ot uus su.
Albany bept. ta, lino. . -
. POWELL- ft FLrSN,
Plaintiff's A ttorneys.
Pnbthihncl b-v order of Hon. B. F. Bontiant.-'
Judge of said Court, made at Chambers, Sept. J
a. WIIfcti.ER. C P. HOG UK-" -
... .-.c. at wsuanusa.--
A. Wheeler & Co.?
Forwarlisi &' Ccnimissisii. IercL"antL
DWhmla XSerdMendiae and Produce. '
A good assort nsret of oil kinds of Goods atf-
Waj-s In store at loweA market' rates.
Agents for sale of Wagons .Grain Drills, Cider"
Maia,CUarns,Ac-, x .. -
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS. PORK, BUT
I TEB, GGS aud l-OSTLTHX. '
.'.,...,..:....:--. MvaaisoMav, . -In
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for1
the county of Linn. .
Lnther Elkins, plaintiff vs. E. C Spannoua,
detendant. - - . . , .
Suit in equity to remove cloud on title to real
estate. - . ... . . .
To K. Spannons, the above named defendant:
In tlie name of the Btate or Oregon : 1 on are
hereby suuitnoned and required to be ana ap-;
pear n the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Linn, within ten days from
the date of the service of this summon on yon,,
if served on von within said Linn county, but
1 tf uan.wl In unv ntlwr COUntV
Jul miu CTtrnvi
i vnxmi, mon w u" '"""v "j - - -
I of such etirvitu, and if served by pubUontion.
then on tbe first day of tlie next regular term
of said Court in and for said County, to-wit, oik
9SUa day of October, 1S75,
1 and answer the complaint ot the iatnutt
I heroin, on file against you with the Clerk of
i d rt or iuugme fOP want of such an
swer will be taken apainst yon. You are here
by not tiled that if you fall to appearand answer
the complaint of the piitintift herein, as abovo
required, the plaintitT wm apply to t lie Court
and deliver wnto said plaintniC a Rood anil stii'--fictent
deed ot conveyanee of ad tbe rlsrht, tKW
and iitetvft of said dmtuit in and to ther
tract of land known as the donation land claim
of John Vi ioel tlie same being nonT-wtion No.
s,Marfd ciatm No. 37," as d-,n,-ii.ied on tha
p '9 and giirveys of the United bti'ea on file at
situated In township 13 s R 1 West in setrtions
S, 4, 8 and la, in Linn, county. Own on, and t bat
said Court further order and awiree the IkjhI
andeqnKable UUe ol said land to be in the volu
tin, and titttbep!ainttii"bavejiidifif,n' a-aiust
said defendant for his cosls and dtourfekuenta
of this suit, and such other and further rtmvf as
bhail seBia i tot to eiLL A FI
- - . : , Attomeva for Plaintiff.
Published by order of Hon. B. IMsonham,
Judceof said Court, made at Cbauiberu, bept.
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