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ALBANY, FRIDAY, OCTOB'R 20, 1S7C.
OK Tilt I M1KU STATES,
IOH VICE l l!lllENT.
REPOMC. WATT. TICKET.
HON. R. WILLIAMS,
of Multnomah county.
Foil PuK--IDKNT!.I. El.KHiUS,
W. II. OHELT., of l.ne county.
J. W. WATTS of Yamhill county.
J. C. CAKTWIUi.UT. of Wasco county.
.t.V .W'i.'rj.Vr MATTER.
As it is of Ute greates-l iniportancc
ll:at tlie rriemlier ot Cor.gress elected
from this State hlitmiil le of the same
j .arty with the majority in the House,
lu.d as it is now Fettled beyoiid a ren
frosmble doubt that the next Co i gross
wiU.be largely liepub'ieaii, therefure
oar people should uot fail to elect Dick
"Williams. Mr. Yiriams being of the
name natty with the majority in both
Lraiiches of our National Legislature,
would have more iniiuence, of" course,
lhan a Democrat, and therefore greater
power to serve his State. Besides hav
ing the advantage of standing with the
majority in Congre s, Mr. Williams has
the advantage of being a well-informed
g-ji.tlemai ; a ripe scholar; is one of the
most prominent lawyers on the Pacibc
coat, and is a statesman of broad and
comprehensive views. In all these and
many other points 31 r. Williams has
largely the advantage o" his Democratic
opponent, Mr. Lane. With Mr. Wil
liams in the Iloiif-e we shall have a mau
who will always command the respect
f his leUow members, and a man who
lias the ability an 1 will to serve his
Slate a::d her people to advantage.
Let us send a man of whom we will not
be ashamed but rather prond because of
his ability and standing let us send
Hon. Richard "Williams.
the id'Tvm: rnioiiT wjtii prom-
In the -kvtiou the other day in In
diana, while the Democrats elected the
Governor the Republicans made a gain
of four Congressmen. The Republicans
carried Ohio by more than ten thousand,
training six Congressmen. The Legis
latures "of both States arc largely Repub
lican. ; Assuming the same ratio of
gains in the States that went off in the
tidal wave ot 1S74, the next Congress,
instead of seventy majority Confederate,
there will be a Republican majority ot
nearly thirty. - The people are perfectly
satisfied with the one-term principle as
applied to the Confederate Congress,
and are more than anxious to apply it
at once. With nearly a two-thin? s ma
jority in Congress, and Hayes in the
Presidential chair, treason will be made
still more odious; the Tights of all men,
white or black, to worship God as their
consciences dictate, and to vote in ac
cordance &rith their convictions of duty,
will be assured in tho Southern States,
and the whole country will prosper and
nourish as it never has before. The
outlook for the success of "Republican
principles, and therefore the success and
permanency of tho Union, in November
next, is certainly most cheering. ' Let
Republicans continue to work until the
day of election, that the majorities for
II ayes and Wheeler may be still greatly
COOPER AXJi CAREY ELECTORAL
TICKET FOR OREOOX.
The Greenback State Convention
met at Salem on Monday last and
placed in nomination the following
named gentlemen for Presidential Elec
tors : Hons. D. Clark, of Marion ; F.
Sutherland, of Douglas, and Bart. Curl
of Grant. The gentlemen are all well
known, leading citizens ot Oregon.
Very Appropriate. Tho Atlanta
(Ga.) Commonwealth baa in one col
uma pocto eulogizing Wilkes Booth
and in the adjoining column an cdito
rial article advocating the- election of
; Tildem The juxtaposition of the two
is em ineotly proper.
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. Mrs. Stune, of Hamilton, Ohio, com
milled Euicido on tho 15th. Two of
the Coroner's jury wcro thrown from
a buggy, Asa Cain being killed and
Robert Reed dangerously injured.
OUR LEGISLATURE. !
Our Legislature, by resolution of the
Senate, is to subside to-day, having held
the lull legal time. The question aris
es, what has this body done to entitle
it to the thanks of the people of Ore-
scon? As the "reform" Democratic
party have a large majority of the mem
bership, whatever ot odium has been
earned by the Legislature will be
charged upon the Democratic party.
It is true the party succeeded, in the
old way, in electing Gov. G rover to the
U. S. Senate, and are entitled to all the
blame' or good there is in such a selec
tion but have they, the Democratic
majority, done anything, so far, to en
title them to even the thanks ot the
people ? Have they kept their pledges,
made in tho canvass, of "reform" and
"retrenchment ?" Have not the expen
ses of running the State Government
been increased instead ot decreased?
lias not the whole burden of the Legis
lature l)een to increase the immlier of
pensions (officers) on the people, givin
all such handsome salaries, an 1 increas
ing the salaries of the present officials ?
Just what has been the result of the
ninth biennial session of the Oregon
Legislature will soon be known to the
people, as the grand summing up will
soon be made.
I. M. C. Stewart, who committed su
icide Tuesday at falem, had been
hard drinker, his wife separating from
him on that account. He c-aimed rela
tionship with the n.yal Stuarts of Scot
land ; he was a member ot Capital En
OIK SEW YORK LETTER-
TO I-ITIC A L S YSTE M ATIC C 1 1 ItlSTI A X ITT
KEI.1GIOLS MOVEMENTS THIS WIX-
TEU C EXT EX XI A L TItAVEL CItIM E
IX THE CITY.
Xew Yokk, September 23, 1S73.
The agony is well-nigh over. Be
fore this letter reaches you, Ohio and
Indiana will have elected their State
tickets and their .members of Congress, j
and indicated their choice for Presi-
deucy. If Ohio goes Republican, and
Indiana Democratic, Tilden will con
tinue the tight to jsovemoer u Doth
go Republican by anything like decisive
majorities, tho Democracy will throw
up the sponge at once unless they de
cide upon pome fraudulent stroke fbr
carrying enough States in November.
Tilden has conducted the campaign in
a i. ; o Moc .
peration and skill unknown in partisan
politics. The country has never been
so thoroughly and systematically del
uged with documents, and never have
i a... .. -vl ffimti
uwu uwuu,u F.cF.t i-.. .....
care. Kecognizing the tact that unio
and Indiana were the real battle
a, -.!. i.. r,-.u,
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trutner, ana tne oarren oi money were
unhcaued in those States. The Green-
hack nartv was a piece of his work,
T!M.n t .till mK n avoll u;m
.. . . . f-. ill
Felt ot tho innocence ot Cooper, and the
vanity and cupidity of tary. lho Re-
publican party beinc: more intelligent
thnn t!,o T)omnrcitiv and mnro mvn
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to individual opinion, and embracing,
as it docs, the business men of the
country, who are effected by the cur-
rency question, Mr. Tilden saw that
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more Republic votes than Democratic
would go off iu that movement, and he
!ut it on foot. It is his money that is
pushing it he pays the halls and the
speakers ho pays for the documents
they have issned, and in short, though
some of the actors in it do not know it.
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The loss ot Ohio and Indiana in Oc-
tober, dors not end the fight so far as
tho Republicans are concerned, how-
ever, we can lose ooin tnose ciaies
in October and carry them in Novem
ber, for in October tho Republican party
is loaded with local issues which are
not on their shoulders in a purely Presi
dential race. In Oho thousands of Re
publicans will scratch Barnes, the Re
publican head of the State ticket, who,
in November will vote for Hayes. And
besides we can lose either of these
i mi r -i
loss Ot either to Tilden Will be fatal.
We shall see next Tuesday. Though
the results thus tar iiiKtifv !. miWns.
tion of an easy victory, we are looking
with intenso anxiety westward.
A SYSTEMATIC CHRISTIAN.
The head ot the great Metal House
ot Phelps, Dodge & Co., is Mr. WiU
Ham E. Dodge, known more, however.
for his enterDrisini? nietv than for his
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uuriuou. nes ana weaun. jr.
juoogeisa man wto carries business
principles into his religion, and usqs the
same system in the one that he does in
. u r? r
wealth, he opens bushel of letteis,
more or less, every day, from weak
churches, distressed pastors, and starv
ing colleges, soliciting aid. Ho em
ploys clerks to attend to these letters,
for it is a rule witb Inni to neglect nono
of them. The letters are all read, and '
nquiries are set on loot, no matter how
remote the call may be. If the object
is worthy, that is to say, if the appeal
comes from a cause1 worth while, and it
it be not a mere shyster affair, Mr.
Dodge gives what in his judgment it
should have. Here the matter; ends.
Should he get an hundred letters from
the same party asking for more, not a
dollar troes nor even answer. He has
the same system in dispensing charity
in the city, and while ho assists more
deserving poor probably than any indi
vidual in the city, the professionals and
the dead-lteats have given him up long
ago as hopeless. It d esn't do for a
professional mendicant to under jo the
scrutiny of a tkillful detective, or to
have his place ot residence demanded.
Mr. Dodge contributed he means for
the Moody and Sankey revival last
winter, hearing nearly the entire ex
pense ot the movement. It is estimated
that he disburses over 250,C00 per
year fbr religious purposes, and as much
more in miscellaneous charities He
can afford it, tor this enormous sum does
not touch at a'l upon his income.
RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS THIS WIXTEIt.
The experiment with Moody and '
Sankey, last winter, was not altogether
a success, because it Aid not Teach the
sinners. The Hippodrome was filled
day and night with professing Chris
tians, and the Evangelists did not in
spire them with enough zeal to affrct
the moral status of the city This
winter the effort at bettering the city
will be made by individual churches
acting in concert, but each by itself and
in its own field. All the orthodox
churches m the city will have a series
of regular revival meetings, while the
Catholic, Israeiiteish, Universalist and
Unitarians, will make an attack on
rum, licentiousness, and the other out
posts of catan. The papers will be
tilled by volunteer writers, on religions
subjects. Advertising mediums will
be used to arrest the attention ' of the
unthinking and careless, and, in brief,
every possible effort will bo made to !'
the atmosphere with religion, and gath
er in a rich harvest of souls. Beecher
has expressed a wish to go into other
pulpits than his own, in churches where
there are better opportunities tot getting
at the non-professors, and Talmage,
Tyng, Hepwojth, Fulton and tho oth
ers have placed themselves in the hands
of a committee to be done with as shall
seem best. The season will be one of
nnusual religious activity, and probably
of great gain to the cause.
is still improving, and it looks now as
though the fall trade would aggregate
something like that of former years.
The West is buying iiberally, and the
South more than ever before. It is a
fact that the Southern merchants are
laving in larger stocks, aud ot belter
goods than ever, and they say the most
of it is tor the colored trade. I he ne.
groes, since their emancipation, have
rrnt rutsftoscimi nf land nnrl 3nctiitt lho
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persecution they have been subjected to.
thev have cone forward steadily and
surely, and have accumulated property.
'here are a great many pieces ot very
decent si ks now on the way South,
wh;ch wilj ornament the oersons of c!-
I ored women, who, prior to the war,
revcr knew or dreamed of anything
I better than calico in the summer, aud
uc v'aiwci iii bite n iiuci ji
ilf tlie ambuion ot tne freedman to see
his family well dressed, and he will go
verv shabby himselt that his women
tl'Hs may.present a proper appearance
The crops are reported good at the
J)d mQ. eyYSoU,gto be plenty
there; at all events, this u the report ot
the merchants, and they show their
',in 1,1 "e Minoy tneir worK in
the purchase of goods. The West is
buj.nig very welfaild the East is dl;
much better. The mills of New Eng.
land are resuming their full time, the
KUKlks ot ma,,u'ctured g.Kjds are re-
I fin finer twopntihlu onil a If urMtlio-
outi,KTk iis promising. We are on the
eve of a revival in trade that will le
marked, aud of a new era of nrostieritv.
it.ii Hayes hi the 1'residential chair.
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I a" ceriainiy oi peace in tne Eolith,
lhe IMxt fonr win a l(rofitah.e
as any we have e.ver enjoyed, that were
CEXTKKSIAL TRAVEL f
Continues better than ever.. The streets
are alsolntely aekd with people from
the interior either on the way to or
from the great show. It is with diffi
culty that rooms can be procured in the
hotels, and the board i"g-liouses are full,
New York is more of an attraction than
the Exposition after all, and very few
come to Philadelphia without taking
New York on the wav. C'me this
month. It is beautiful on th:s coast at
t hi in rjaui'. nun jt'u sau iivr a? c;iicipiy
a,raost as vol caI al home nesUlef(
he lo rt of fare 6n th roads will
I not continue much longer. Come just
after the election.
CHIME IX THE CITY.
The city was never more quiet or
free from crime than now, but it won't
continue so long. The tramps that
have been afflicting the country all
summer will be back with the frosts.
1 d then the trouble will begin. The
: I ntheritle are preparing for them, how-
I ever, and thousands will be set at work
lllQ pubno gnat to earn their
bread, liy the way, the Jegislatnres
ot all the States ought, this winter, to
Iff3 the, most stringent laws to suppress
this evil. Like the locusts, they will
swarm again next summer. t
The citizens of La Connor built a new
house for the Western Union Telegra pi
Comoariv. aiwl dntiAtWl it tn I ho mmm
ny) to jjavo lhe officQ rcmoved from
Jwinomish to their town. !
A great deal" of fraudulent registra
tion has been discovered in Brooklyn.
Some of 60,000 salmon eggs arrived
at New York from California on the
The California fruit sent East in the
Allegretti refrigerators arrives perfectly
Sam'l Noyes has been arrested in
New York for fraud in the purchase of
Judge Staffer, postmaster at Home
stead Station, New Jersey, has been ar
rested for illicit distilling.
Col. McLaushliii defeated Jacob
Martin, ot Michigan, at New York on
the 17th, in a wrestling match.
The ship St. John, for San Francisco,
ran aground in Godney's channel, New
Nork Harbor, on the 17th inst.
A fire destroying $300,000 worth of
property in the business portion of the
city, visited Louisville on the 17th inst.
Clara Louise Kellogg and her man
ager have been attached by the Sherifl
tor the non-payment of chorus singers
Mrs 15 rick Pomeroy made her first
appearance as Juliet at New York on
the 16th aud i was considered by the
critics a failure.
Tho request of the British Ambassa
dor has caused the arrest of Chief Kelt
I'asha, who was leader iu the Bulgari
France is uneasy in regard to the
Eastern question and war is considered
inevitable. Germany is the only power
that can prevent it.
The schooner Maggie ninter, Toron
to, coal laden, is reported lost with all
on board during the passage from Os
wego. She was valued at $10,000.
The afternoon of the 12th Minister
V ashhnrue was waited on at Paris by
twenty Polish gentlemen and presented
with a medal for transmission to Gen.
Grant. It bears the effigies of Wash
ington, Kosciusko and Pulaski.
A fa!1 report concerning 'the death
Yanderlilt was circulated m New York
on the 16th by some stock speculator.
Frank Landers, arrested on suspicion
of being the Trim murderer, has been
discharged, j E. M. Smith is now in
General Hawley has ruled out the
land department of the Pacific railroad
as a competitive exhibitor at the Cen
tennial. Smuggler was distanced by Great
Eastern at. Mystic Park, Boston, on the
26th : time 2:241. Comic won the
free for all ; best time, 2:23
sanguinary conflict took place
ear Shamoka, Pennsylvania, on the
15th, between some tramps and drunk
en miners, in which fjur participants
were killed. "
The court at T'ottsvi'le on the 16th
passed the following sentences : John
Keho, Dennis and Michael O'Brien,
fourteen years imprisonment each :
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Frank O'Neil two years and a halt ;
John Gibson and John Morris, seven
years each, j
It is thought probable in Enrorean
circles that Servia's refusal to accede to
the proposed armistice of six months
will lead to war.
About 15,2"0 quarters wheat were
received in England last week from the
The Alexander Palace Company of
London, a pleasure ' resort, has gone
""he children ot Protestants wV not
be al'owed to attend the pub ic schools
Russia has recommended Servia and
Montenegro to reject the armistice, and
assumes all responsibility.
About $20,000 worth of diamonds
and jewelry were stolen from L. Pawn's
pawnbroker shop in Montreal on tho
Tho Oerman Independents of New
York City have nominated A. H.
Green fbr Mayor,
The .Wi U. T. Co. on tho 16th bgan
the payment of a q uarterly dividend
ot l1 per cent.
Preparations are being made for a
grand fraternal meeting ot Methodists
at Louisville on the 16th
' The town records and $75,000 worth
of property 'were destroyed by fire at
Canistola, New York, on the 15th.
On account of crop failures much dis
tress exists in India.
Popular demonstrations continue in
Athens, favoring war preparations-
Tho trial ot Dr. Strousberg, ex-rail
way king, is set down for November,
The thermometer fell to 31 degrees
Several Cuban Generals have started
The railwav postal commissioners
have gone to Texas.
The yellow fever, in a mild form, has
reached New Orleans.
Centennial admissions on the 15th
78,000. On the 16th 74.000.
Charles Sedgwick Hunt, journalist,
died, at New York on the 16th,
On Wednesday the Indians at Stand
ing Rock signed a treaty relinquishing
the Black Hills.
There were eight yellow fever inter
ments at Savannah on the 15th.
There were but three deaths from
yellow fever at Savannah on the 15th.
B. F. Nourse of Boston, has declined
to serve on the silver commission.
Small boys get drunk in Seattle.
The town hall at Snohomish will be
Steilacoom's streets are kept in order
by a chain gang.
The crops at Hoittfort are all garner
ed and in good condition.
There are almost as many Indians at
present in Seattle as Chinese.
The receipts of the Fair at Walla
Walla were about $900 last week.
Wild geese and ducks are plentiful
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III the sloughs about beatt.e.'
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AD-IIlt fcoUO wortll of apparatus IS
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waiilCKl 111 the Seattle public schools. j
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WO of Seattle S Conncilmeil resigned
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Rt lhe last meeiing OI llie l.aru. I
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arlly oruisetf 111 ,
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11a Walla last week, j
a runaway at Wa
Frank Streamer cf Seattle, advertises
himself-as the champion pedestrian.
They cut 100 laths in two minutes nt
Ward & Mitchell's mill at Turn water.
!ilior)ii.li count V rof most nf tlip
mumniiMi tounij j,ot most, OI me ,
premiums for giaiu at the Olyrapia
The salmon run ha improved im
mensely in the last few days at Elliot
Hon. .7. P. .Tudson has chartered the
steamer Favorite for the canvass on the
The public schools will be kept in
Seattle notwithstanding the empty ex
chequer. Seattleites ean now arouse themselves
trolling for salm' n at the month of
White rii er.
Upwards of iorty coal and lumber
Vessels are now due at the Sound from
The Seattle Oystcrmen have consoli
dated and there is an uwpard tendency
in the bivalve market.
J. Christ ,as charge ol a fire engine
bl Seattle, and received $10 last week
as his moiith'y stipend.
Wilson, iiaich aud others, having
ared the fi rst jam in the fckagit, are
now at work on tlie sccoi.d.
fwo saw.mi'Is a:e now running at '
Goldendale, in the Ivikitat valley, and !
a third is under construction.
The Methodist Church o Olympia
essays to p3y off its indebted ness with
a grand huckleberry picking.
The Annie Stewart, after underg ing
repairs for some time past, on the 14th
steamed from Seattle to Tacoma.
Dickinson, the expert, iays the mines
in Warreu district, Idaho', will pay if
SO per cent, of the gold and silver.can
lhe Sabbath school children of
Whatcom and Sonome recently gave a
concert which cleared $19 towards pay.
ing lor a church organ.
Uncle Sammy Stewart, an Idaho
miner living on Snake river, near
Payne's ferry, shot ami killed a man,
last week, iu self defense.
There was a slight increase in the
number ot smah-pox cases in San Fran
cisco last wevk.
1 here was a slight increase in' the
ntimnerot smallpox cases iu San Fran
cisco during the last w?ek.
The buhion thieve" will, most likely,
get cattiiht. Con. Virginia mine is sup
posed to have lost $50,000 by the gang.
The Aurora' restaurant at the Fair
ate over one thousand persons on Thurs
day. Too much ' encouragement " in a
liquid form, resulted in a young man's
being wafted from a Drain, Doulas
county, party, one night last week.
Capt. Tichener wants the Legislature
to make Port Orford the county reat of
Curry county, and to effect this wishes
to have parts of Coos aud Josephine
counties tacked on to Curry.
Mr. Romaine, living near Ilarrisburg,
while burning straw last week, had the
misfortune to lose his barn, several tons
of hay, a threshing machine aud head
er, by the fire getting beyond his con
Iast Thursday, Mrs. Rhoda Hume,
ol Washington county, the prosecuting
witness against Hume for assault with
a dangerous weapon, left the Tualatin
Hotel and struck out through the
woods to Harris bridge where sho waa
found in a demented condition and taken
to It. Carpenter's place, where Sheriff
Morgan found her and brought- her
back to town.
Judge Cronin, although no match
for Dr. Watts intellectually, we do him
the justice to say, is rather an adroit
politician, and is a pleasant speaker.
He impresses one with the idea that ho
don't believe what ho says himself, and
ain't caring a nickel whether you do
In Ibe Circuit Court of the State of Oiefon,
for tli county of Linn. .
Thoinns V. Grime. Plnintlff, vs. Indiana Hilts
Leonard, wile, and William Leor ard, husband,
Salt in equity to remove cloud from title.
To Indiana Hilts Leonard and William Loon
nrd, the nUo e named defendants In t he name
of lhe State of Oregon: You and each of you
are hereby required to appear and answer the
eomp:aint ot the above named plaint 1fl" in tne
above entitled court, now on lile Willi the Clerk
of said court, within ten days from the date ol
thin service upon you, if served in Linneounty;
but if served in any other county In ne State
of Oregon, then within twenty days from the
date of the serviee of this summons upon you :
or if served by publication of this munition,
then you are required to answer the said com
plaint bv the first duy of the next regular term
of said court, to bo holdeu in Linn county, Ore
' Monday October 23d, 1ST6,
and von are hereby notified that If you fail to
appear and answer said complaint as hereby
required, the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded In ni complaint,
which is that you cancel a mortgage given
by plaintiff on ItiO acres of land of which
he is s'ised m fee simple in Linn county,
in March, 1871, to Indiana Hilts (now Leonard),
to secure tlie payment by plaintiff to defendant
(Indiana Hilts, now Leonard), of the sum ol
41,600.00 in lT. R. sold coin, with ten per cent,
interest, which sum has been paid in full, and
wincn inorttrase. uncanceled, is a cioini unon
plaintiff's title aforesaid, and for one hundred
dollars damages ; a'so, for costs and di?b.uns
mcnts of this suit to 1m; taxed.
WHITNEY A MOXTAXYE.
. Attorneys for plff.
Published by order of the Honorable I. F.
Bonhnm, Judc of said court, which order I
dated August 5th, 1S7G. itUKllntnvS
QQQ eonu, VLSesf
ItDWWW furnish, but those willing to
w w w wrk ,,' oasilvearn a draendol-
inrs a flay rignt in tneir own locaiuics. nave
0 room to explain here. JtnKimew pleasant
aim nonomoie. omen, ana ooys anu (fins no
as well as men. We will furnish yon a com-
plele OntUt free. The business pays better tban
anything else. We will bear expense of stai t-
inir lull. Particulars fr"e. Wrife and see.
inrinersand mechank-s, their sons and danah-
tei-s, and nil classes in need of paying wok at
ters, and nil ciasses in need of iwyinjt wirk at
borne, should write to us aliont the wirk at
once. Now is the time. Don't delay. Address
Thi e Co., Agnsta, Maine. iniv9.J
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
t'ie countv of Linn.
Alfred Wolverton, Plaintiff, vs. R. J. Wolver-
To R. J. Wolverton, the above named defend
In the name of the State of Oregon : Yon arc
nl:cl)y n.,inired to appear and answerthe com
plaint oi I in::xive piainiin in i neaiioveeniitiea
court, now on file witb the Clerk of said court,
within ten days from the dale of the service of
this summons upon yon if served in Linn coun
tv, Oreirou ; but if served in any other county
in t he Stale of Orearon.thcn within i went j tays
from th date of tho service of this sumn ons
upon von ; and if served by publication, then
on or before the first dav of lhe next term of
said court, to-wit.' Monday. Octolier Md. IM70:
and you are hereby notified that if you fii to
anrs-ar and answer said complaint, as hereby
required, lite p'.aintitt will apiily to the Court
for the relief demanded in the complaint, to
wit, a dissolut ion ot the bonds of uiatrlmnny
exiatlng lietwo-n you and plaintiff and for tlie
care and custody of the minor children named
therein, to-wif, Uohn J., Eiizalieth J., Fred. W.t
and Geo. A. Wolverton.
N. B. Hl'MPnREY.
Attorney for pl'lT..
I'nbil died by order of Hon. It. V. Honham.
Jnde of saill Court, made this Sih day of
Ansnst, 1876. tnslln6v8
ALBANY, : : OREGON.
TIIK FALL TERM of this ins'ltntfoa will
bein on MONDAY, b;PTEMCLR , Will,
wnn tne loiiowiug
Pnctiltjr of IuKtrnctiou :
Kev. II. W. STRATTOS, A. M., PreslUnt,
and Professor of Menial and Moral Science
llcv. L. .1 PUWKLL, X. M., Pro feasor ot Math
ematics and Nai nral Sx-fcnccs.
II. II. UK WITT, A. M., Professor of Ancient
Miss MARIA IltVLXE, Teacher of Prrnrary
Miss ELY A ERETMAS, Teacher of Instrn
I. B. KICK, M. P, Ifctarcr on Physiology
Kirst Trn-m fTraiiis S?riteml)eT"4. Is7.
- second Term lupins Novemlwr 1H. ltfliT,
T!ird T:t"ui lies fits Janmtry 2i. Is7.
Voiii-ih Term bi-lns Anrll y. Ie77.
Y'acatloii Of ene wi el: dn-.-hm the Jinlf-.laTS1. I
Closing eicrC'K."3 of the school year, Jan n, !
Kn.Vs Tof lUm i I
PniMAiiv DcrAHTXEST, ptr term. P9 .
t'uMXi'S EWilifil rjiiAKim.S, per term.. " 1
JIiGHKit Bka sens, including Prepa;a;o- j
rv Latin and ('reck 11 CO 1
Collfoi ate, tncludmsr Higher Ioin and
Ork, Ad vane u Malliemat ics. and
Mental and Moral Sciences, per term.. 13 00
French and German, each, extra....' eo
Iiistrtiinen'ai Music 11 00
l.'sc of Piano 3 00
Tuition in all cases required in advance
Punctual alicndance, nearness, promptness
and gentlemanly and ladylike deportment will
be expect oil tioni all who uiav become members
of tlio school. I J. POYVKLL.
ProSucs & Commission Morcliafit,
Warehouse nt foot of Ellsworth street,
IS SOW PliKPACED TO RECEIVE AND
SACKS furnislicd five to those wlio store witb
tne. and for suio to others at the lowest market
Sfcs3 YViU Always pay the highest market price
for (.'rain. C. D. Si.MPt-ON.
Albany, July , 1S70-8ii4I
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A IVcw and Large Invoice
And will Hell nt (be Following- Price 1
Coin sliver. 2 oz. P. R. ItartlMtt. wlih..rt
Watch, 21 00: each additional ounce 3 M.
Elht-day sjetb Thomas Clocks from t& 00 to
And all other troods in proportion.
The only house above Portland that keeps
Goods Sold, Entntoved I" re pf C'bartre,
BX MR. KVEBET.
Pract ical watch-maker and Jeweler, late of Cal
ifornia Watch Co., and the only en(jraver in
AGENTS FOR THE
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
A nrood assortment of Sewing Machine See
dlea and attachments.
ABUSINE.S KDCCATION IS TUB SUREST
tcuarantv or success for peraoas ip all pur-.uuaofme.-rhi5iiE
sent free to any -wrrTK.
:lvsm3 Lock Imj. I'd.
For JEtetXo 2
A Large Itod) of Rich Land for
non Aciir& or lash fx luc cotmtti
VO) 900 acres in cnltlvat ion-every cre 0
eeptible of cult lvatloit well W:lte.,i"dZ1." !
good house, barn, and W'J'O"?,,1 "CXT2 TIu
under fence, and lyintr within 9
road station. Allftootl (ra or jrrww ln. To
entire tmct will be soKl ebenp. "JqjJj-
Aug 301 Mv7 i Albany, Vregott.
Attention, rrntt Graxtrtl t
rrmr. nitjecrons of tttti rtivr
A Co. be to fttinodnce that they Will put tliei
Fac-tory fn mwrntion as soon as Fruit nu '
r.tables are ready lfr ttse, and WiU pay easB for
the same when delivered. .-j
Iloxes will be fnmlslieii to sH t tftc -pUfpttMl
of brinRincr their frnit to the fsctory.
Fruit uhould be picked from life trrw nl mfl
Paities havinsr plums should Ije pstrtleWlar 19
Rather them before they become too rh'T,
j ALLKN PAlllAr.H,
A. X. AiacLn, Prenidenf.
A many, July 28, W7(W)n44
LetUr from a PuUmaaier.'
! "Axtiuh, III., 'Dec. 1, 187.
"Miswk. J. B. TtosK A Co.:
."Mv ri has, for a '-.nu; time, lieen a ternhlw
sufferer from F.hctiiiuv ttii. he has tried many
physiclnnsttnd many remedies. Theonlrthlnn
which has sri en her relief is Centanr Llnimvnk
I am wjoiced 10 suy this has cni-ed her. I an
doing what I can to est rail its s-ile. 9
YV. IL KINti.
ThU is a sample of many thousand lestimonl-.
ltl received, ot wonderlnj curw effected by 1h
Centam-Liniment. The in-rredienta nftkls ar
ticle are pti!ttisl)l anrond each bo, tie. It con
tains Witch Ifuzel, Mentha. Arnica, Koek Oil.
Ctirbolic. and inijiedieiits liitheito little known
It is an imlisiiiiiublc lcl that tbeCenlirar l.int
ment is pci-formiuj uiore cures of swellings,
S ur.hMiil-. lfjptHis. Kbmmatisu.Kearalq;fa
femtiwt. Caked lireasls. lck-Vn ,tc, 1 6nn all
tin' other Liniments, Lmbrm-ationsi, J-xtracls,
Salves. Oiiitiiients and plasters now fn uf .
For Toot haclie. Karacfve, Weak Itack. Itch ami
Cutaneous Kruiitions. it is admirable. It cures
burns and scalds wii liont a stur. Kxti-aets pot
sons fmtii liiftati.l si Iin;s.id Iieals frosf-blti-
wl cbili'.Mitins, iu Abort lime. No fauttly iia
niBird to'!",: wuhotn. t fto CVutanr Uoiiiirnl,
Th t'enttiBr (Jiilmrot, Tellow Wraipc
Is adapted to tlx- tah skin, muscles and flesh
of I he mi: null crr-iitiou. Its ertects ntn rvete
Cuses of Spavin. Swernv. Wind IJall, It! Ilea,!
! Afessra. J. JaWTliire Co.. Drntr-rists, corner ol
Elm and Front streets. CieM'mnali. hio. say :
-In our ii-t!jhbM hol a nmnlierof ti-aumsirrs
arc m-Inir tlio? temir Unlim-nt. Tkey pro
nounce it snjs'rior to nvl li t y iMkve ever
tjscl. We sell as Mh in fmirioSvedmni lot
ties p!i iLHm:lr Ka-tliesi- teaiast ers.
We Invt thousands of sinMlnr testimonials.
Kor Wounds. iiills, Sciinclws. Rin-lwcus, Av.r
and foe Wt-vav Wimu $n-sai-pit has ne mal.
KiirnM'i's, lii'er-m:n-niid s: oek-inisers. Iiave in
this Liniment n remedy whlc& iAwottb a bun
drcd times its copt.
JLAljomlory o4 .f. "P. T.vt- & Co..
in ley st nn , w k.
Mm her ,nnv have rest ami thetr liable may
have lfciilib. if thev will n CasKn-la tor Wind,
Colii'. Worms. Feverlslinens.Soi-e Mouth, Croup.
orSiomach Complaints. It is entirely a reire
tuhle prei-am: ion. and contains neither miner
al, morphine, nor alcohol. It 1 as pleasant ict
lake as honev.tind nei!her;rBi?9 nor gripes.
Itr. K. Iilm'iK h. or Hunont, o.. says:
"I am nsini: Casioria in my pracllee with tha
most sianal i-enu;i and happy result."
l"hi is what everv one says: Most nurses 1m
New Vorlc t.'itv u-w the Cas:or!a. It Is pre pn ret
bv Messrs. J. . Ilise Co.. 4H Dey Kiwi, Nrw
York, successors to SHinuel Pitcher. M. l. 39v!t
tl llearTiwr I will oprnk I excllea
POM'S EXTRAS'' -'n. sn,t Tivmkk PahB
lcstrrr. Has been in nsn over tWrcy
yean, and for cleanliness and prompt
CHUBB !. fxn:IIy can aitord to b mT.oont
PonU's Extract. Accidents, BrnlMM,
Contusinns, Cut, Hpra.tns, are rellerea .
almost instantly by external application.
Promptly relieve paina or ttarna, SeajMa
Kxeoriatlonat Chaflnsa Old Hrea,
Boll, felons, Cams, etc. Arrests Id
flamatlon, reduces wellines, stops bleedisg,
removes disrolomtions and heals ranidlr.
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. It alwsys relieve. rh
iu the bark auif loiu, ullnessud praesiDg palm
la the head, nausea, vertigo, -IM
LE0C0R8HSA hhas no equnL AQ kinds of al
ceratiuns to wh ic.li ladies are subject are
uvu vircaes cunnoc iw execuea.
promptly cored. Knuer detail in Doom
nanvinff each bottle.
PILES blind or bleed! n meet pretnpt rellet
and ready care. Ho case, however ehionic or
obstinate. en lonar resist Its regnlarsse.
VARIOOSI VEIHS.-Itt the only sure euro for
tins uistrvssuitf sail dangerous eoiiclitton.
K1DNET DISEASES. U luutnoenual lortK-rma-uent
BLEEOIMB from any cane. For this la a ar.
cllir. It has saved liundreds ot lives when sll
other remedies failed to arrest bUs-dtag from
cmfi, slemarb, I nnara, and elsew here.
RHEUMATISM, NEUBALBIA. Ti .he es-I
tarache are all utike rul.eved, aud often per
nianently cared. . . .
PHTSICIAMS ot h schools whon rcoaajoted
wiLh Puiid's Extract mt Wlteb 1 ll ncm
ommend it in tlisir practice. We tin i a leitefsoC
contmeDdstin". from Unndreds ot hystciane,
many of whom order it lor nee In their wt
practice. In additloa to the foregoing, they
order Its ne (r Hwellieare of all kinds,
Uainsy, Sere Threat, InM noted Teesrila,
simnla sad chroule llarrh-m, Cetitrns,
for which It w a specific,) ChilblnlsnH Preea
rd Feet, Ktings nt I Meets, 31 ewUesii,
ctc.,i Chapped Ilaada, Face and indeed
all msnner of skin dlseaees.
TOILET USE. Kesjpves lereee, Restahar .
aud !Sartlrt bas t ats, Erapiesisi
aud PI tuples. It rril. intigorn-'a, and rt
"Jrerhe. while wonderfully improving the
TO fARMEHS. Peals Extract. No Stock
Brdir,uo UverrMna can afiord to be without
It. It is used by rli the Leading Livery Stahlee,
Street Ksiirouds and ttrst Unrseaaea ia New
York City. It has no equal for Hprsd, tlaw
n ens or Saddle eh Unas, HUBweaa,
Hcratrhee, 8weliln-s,Cut, LsM-ewilssMiK
Mleedlntr, FnMWMiia, CsMte( IHarrbeMa
Chills, Colds, etc. Its rangeof actioa Is wioe,
aud tbu relief It affords ia so prompt that It la.
iovatnahle in every Fann-vsrd well as m
every Farm -liouse. Lrtit be tried once, sod
von will never be wit heat it.
SAflllOII. Pend Kxtrmrt bes been imitated,
, Tbtsgenuine article has the words Pe4 Kx
troet blown In earh bottle. It jS prapared by
the only persons livlnar who ever knew bow
to prepare it prupei ly. Befose all other pre
parations of Witch Hazi L This la the only,
article used by Physicians, and 1 tlie boept
tal of this contitry and Europe.
HISTORY AMUSES tF PCRB'S fITtAIT,
in pamphlet fesnu, sent free nu aptuicatioa to
P0S ItTSAOT COMPART, w Mstdea