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ALBANY, OREGON, NOV.' 24, 1S76
The situation with regarl to the
election remaius as it did last week,
with this exception : The vote of South
Carolina has beoo cc tinted officially and
given to Hayes. The board was at
work canvassing the Louisiana vote at
last , accounts Republicans perfectly
covfident that on a fair count the State
has given, several thousand majority lor
Hayes." -The vote ot Florida has not
been canvassed, as the returns from
several counties, claimed to have given
large Democratic majorities, have not
been received. Of course the Demo
crats are clamorous that, the voles re-
ceived shall be counted, obviotifly that
they may know just how laigo a Dem
ocratic vote is rwjiiirv.il in the counties
not yet reported to overcome the, l,e
j publican majorities conceded in the
I counties already in the hands ot the
canvassers!" The Democrats are play
ing a desperate 3tne in Florida, and it
U-yet to bo :en whether it will win or
fail. We believe they wi'l tail in their
rasca'ly endeavor to ch:at the ieople
out of their honest choice for President.
WIT AT' S UP?
Senator Kelly started for Washing
ton a tew days ago. Upon reaching
San Francisco he was ordered to return
by the Grover ring, and is on his way
back overland. This is current report.
Just what the valient Colonel comes
back tor when he should be attending
to his business at Washington, remains
to bo seen. If its to aid in any "skull
duggery," he will wish he had never
As South Carolina has been counted
for Hayes honestly and fairly, the lead
ing Democrats of the conntry have giv
en up the contest, as none ot those at
all posted and possessing any honesty
ever counted on Louisiana or Florida
going for TiUlen, knowing that a large
majority of the voters of those two
States were Republicans.
, 4 4
-WE'VE GOT 'EM.'"
rEusoxs XOT 1' OS T MAST EES.
Says our Tilden organ-grinde' ; and
report says he had them, or they had
him. so bad one night this week, that
f r a time a funeral loomed in sight.
"Heart disease" was what they called
it. Sailing too frequently in "wet
sheets" often produce seriens calamities !
The Ktw York Times insists that
Hayes is elected 1 resident.
McKee and Avery, the pardoned
whisky thieves have arrived at fct
The next House will be 144 Eepub
licans and 146 Democrats 3 to be
Florida Republicans will not 8?nd i
figures through tear that the Dcm .
crats will hold a few precincts bat-
in order to '"top" them.
The Younger brothers pleaded gtn'i
of the murder ot Haywood, the Mini .
sota bank cashier, an I were sentence
to imprisonment for litj.
Florida Democrats are accused of e
panding the vote when they heard th:
Tilden's election depended on tha
Troops will be ordered to Washing
ton to quell anything that may appea
like a revolutionary outburst at the ii
In the fifty-mile race between thr
oughbred horses and mustangs, at Ne
York, on the 18th, the former won bj
1 minute and 20 seconds.
Nine prisoners escaped trom the
county jail at Columbus, on the 18th
Four have been retaken. The leader
had to bo shot twice before he would
A counterfeiter named II ughes alias
- s-VRtrfhf-tftstttris lluC-RiiSE-wHat ag- j
itatiug uiind and nervous organism of
iht nvw4nfn T"lt yi nr S t 01 iTin ointtm oC i
come very Deinccratie Electors, who
have not been Postmasters. This time
is concerns some half dz?n noble (?)
Democrats, who are encompassed with
that halo of Democratic glory that i ro
blazens the scarlet robes of treason.
The dispatches tell us there is at leant
halt a dozen of the Democratic Electors
of Mississippi and Alabama who have
not had the cloud ot treason lifted from lela! everything will he done by the
their shou'der-, and who are better de- j Louisiana retnn.iiig Ix-srd to arrive at
serving of a halter than an cfiice of ! a t;Ur 'CMiIt.
honor and trust. The partv that will j T" Vermont Legislature has passed
ut forth such men as its representatives ! a WllVnakiiiR postmaster Sollace eligi-
mast fijnd out by expciience, if in no
other way. that "treason must be made
Clarkson X. Porter writes a long let
ter to the N. Y. Herald, giving it as
his nnhiion that the election, sooner or
later, will co to the House, and Tilden Smith a,,d t,,e 1'roprietor of a saloon at
.will ba elected PresideV.t Don't he
wih it may so happen!
It is r. portt;d that IUion had an
insurance of 61,100 on he two frame
buildings burned Wednesday morning.
It is reported that two men of-wnr
have been ordered to stations iu the
Affording to New York 'Tribune
odioasj and traitors punished and a
peop!e who have no more respect for
the Government and laws under which
they live "than to cast their ballots foi
unrepentant rebe's must learn that when
they do so they will be disfranchised.
It is not now an opportune time for
treason to shac its gory looks meime
.ingly iu the face of the Nation.
Springfield have been arrested tor try
ing to steal the bones from Lincoln's
Col. Srachari's counsel for Democrats
in the Louisiara returning. lnard has
filed a pl?a against the constitutionality
of the buard and a protest against cer
W. II. Uosford, depnl y col'ector at
j Caster, D. T., shot and killed Charles
Lightnc, "who liad forced his way into
the former's residence while intoxica
ted, and shot twice at him.
In the answer of ihe tnvited Pepul
licans in Louisiana to the Democrats,
thay say it is beyond their duty to agree
with the Democrats to a conference and
active associated influence.
At Sparksvillo, lid., a passenger
train, on the Ohio and Mississippi
1 road, en account of a misplaced switch,
on the ISth inst. ran into a caboose,
killing two men, and wrecking several
T!:o New York Herald says should
Tilden gel oi:e ot. the disputed Stales
Rothchilds will make a private loan
f money to Russia. :
Ihe Servian- Minister of War has
signed and Colonel Gruich has been
appointed his successor.
One hundred and twenty thousand
tatives perished in acylone which pass.
I through Eastern Bengal on the 31st
lit.. .. - . ..... - j ; .--'
Preparations are lieing-made for the
virilization of the Russian sanitary
rps. Movable hospitals are being
Owing to the depression of the
earner coal trade more than a thou
ainI miiiers have been thrown out of
'uphiyment iu the Northumber'and
oilier ies. ;
A large body of contingent troops
vill lie sent from India to Egypt in
ase of war..
Mississippiaus- are charged with
iding into Louisiana and voting iu ue
Eastern . papers express much solici
tude at Concentra" ion of troops in
It is reported that the British are
supplying' Sitting? Bull' with wagon
loads of ammunition. '
Four companies of artillery arrived at
Vew York on the 20th on their way to
Chamberlain says if he hasjntice, it
will lie found that Carolina has gone
The Vice President of the Japanese
Commission left Philadelphia for.lapa
on the 16th inst.
'All the ships in the Russian Black
Sea navigation company have been
pressed into service by the Czar.
. Several Americans have applied to
Russia for letters of mark to be used
against England incase of war.
Blaine says there is no foundation to
"Little Rhody" took in more money !
at the Salem Ceii tennial T fight than
any of the other Mates.
The people of Cleveland, Douglas
county, announce a '"jamboree" tor
Hole Johnson, of Yamhill county,
"has lost his sheep, and don't know
where to find them."
'DadV o'd mill at Astoria, under
the management of Mr. Hume, has re
Several rooms in the Utter : coal
mines are rejM.r'ed on fire, cain-ed by
Missouri Bottom, five miles south of
Myrtle Creek, is the most thriving ag
ricultural part of Douglas county.
L. II. Wells and Charles Johns are
the young rnen wi'h editorial apits
tionr. who edit the Wilbimette Chile,
The Lane county grand jury came to
the conclusion that the jail at Eugene is
neither ornamental nor useful.
The Odd Fellows library at Sa'em
is iu a very nourishing condition, re
ceiving 'ately some very valuable ad
ditions. ." 'i
'Ihe ladies of the First Cnr.gregation-
al Church, Salem,' will have an old-
fashitiued sociable on Thanksgiving
One of Mr. Plnmmer's children, re
siding near Oak'and, Douglas county,
is said to Ikj down with an attack of
J D. Rhea has lost a raft ot 175,-
000 'eet of spruce logs. It went ashore
o:i Snasr Island, and is now almost
covered .vith sand.
"VTOTICE U hereby given flint the linrier-
Following is "Hie latest report we nave ji signed. S, th S. Hays, has been, by an
heen able to obtain before going to prcsa, ; onier ot Hie enmity Court ot 1-tmi county,
.. j . . xi.l.iti-il flei-tion ' Uregon. nnule at tlie iNovt-mner term there-
vith reg:trd to the Presidential "" ls7(J ,n),Ilte., administrator ot
ilayes. .iiineti. ,lo eSHt. 0t Seth VV. H.ivs. dect ad. and
all persons having claim xH',IHt said es
Georgia ....-... '
. ' Miciiigau
Neva. I ......
South Carolina .......
! bl; a an elector.
Three prominent Republicans left j
New Orleans f r Florida on the 18lh
Several have left for home.
A wagon loaded with thirty-six per
s;ns ran eft the side of a bridge te'i j
miis from Cincinnati on ti e 19lh, se
verely wonndii g eleven of them.
-Ti .trr T"i-tmlmr.i'l r.f lM:i.rr, ti,c
? i t i n, ' C 't i i everything will be peaceful, should the
the Washington rumor ennecting Ids
nsme with tlie Presidency.
The net proceeds of the Baltimore
and Ohio roads f..r the pat year have
been over four million dillars.
The interest in the Moody and
Sankey meetings have leen unflagging
during all the election excitements.
Many of the Northern Democrats
left fur their homes on the 20th. A
ispatch to the Times ys ll-ey give it
On the 20lh the President was pre
paring his annual message.
Ths. reports of the different nfiiccs m
Washingt n have leeii delayed on ac-
- Oar contemporary of the Tilden pcr-
6uaskn has been chiefly engaged in
concojeting head-lines since the election.
In one of these he nnblushingly declares
to the world: "We've got 'era!"
We ileal!y see no necessity of thus pro
clairujing to the world what, but for
this declaration, . only the immediate
Acquaintances of the crazy little quill
driver need have kn wn. We pity the
bibn' ons little fellow, ofcourseJn his sad
fix, but then he might app'y to the near
est druggist, who, doubtless, would bend
his beet energies in preparh'g something
that might give him temporary relief !
; THE COUXTEY SAFE.
The Tilden journals are specially
jubilant, or appear to be, over the fact
that the country is safe ! Well, the
country, Dnder Republican rule, has
not only been safe but exceedingly pros
perous, despite the earnest efforts of
Democrats to create distrust and bad
feeling. And as the wise aud beneficent
policy pursued by the Republican party
is to be continued and expanded tinder
Rutherford 15. Hayes, the newly elected
President, not only the Tilden j but all
other journals may rejoice and be glad,
and the whole people shout for joy !
"? XOTIIIXO WEOXG.
The telegraph announced on the 22d
that the committee canvassing the vote
of California were progressing rapidly,
aud up to that time had not found the
least indication of fraud or carelessness
in the returns. We suppose the charg
es made by Democratic journals of tre
mendous frauds in the election returns
ot California are on a par with similar
charges from tlie same source in Ore
gon, and they will pan out equally as
j sissippi railroad- under Ijonds of 200,
j Judge Robinson, assistant solicitor
oi the Treasury, finds that six Demo.
cratic Electors in the South have not
had their political disabilities removed.
It is generally believed that Gov.
Stearns of Florida will insist upon rul
out the canvassing board and counting
the electoral vote himself.
The five persons selected by the Lou.
isiana Democrats to overlook the count
are John M. Palmer, ot Illinois ; Ly
man Trumbull, of Illinois ; Wm. Big-
ler, of Pennsylvania ; Geo. 13. Smith, of
Wisconsin ; tnd P. H. Watson, of
Oswald and Ryan, the burg'ars con
victed ot the murder ot officer Brock
in Newark, were sentenced to be hang
ed on January 5th. Counsel will try
and get a new trial. Ryan claims to be
innocent. Oswald made no reply.
A Dispatch to Chandler gives the
official vote of South Carolina to Hayes
by 600 votes. The highest Republican
elector receives 964 majority over tlie
highest Democratic elector and tho low
est Republican elector 265 over the
highest Democrat. The seven votes ot
South Carolina are for Hayes.
In the caso of Admiral Porter and
others ef the North against the rams
Texa6 and Beaufort, and ten other Con
federate vessels, in which $1,500,000
were claimed,' a decree was issued on
the 18th, in the district co'jrt, declar
ing that for want of proof, the captois
are entitled to but one-half of the pro
ceeds of the prizes ; that the value of
the-Texas was $55,520, and the Beau
The Louisiana Returning Board met
A Washington special to the New
York Tribune intimates that Hayes
will be inaugurated on the ith ot
March, notwithstanding the day tails
upon Sunday,. giving a a reason for
such inauguration, that any interim on.
dcr the circumstances might be fatal to
the country. ,
MOEE IXELJGIBILIT Y.
Ibgersoil, one of the Democratic elec
tors for Connecticut, holds the position
of U. S. Commissioner, and the point is
riur-iiu it postmasters are lneiigiolo as
electors by reason of holding each offi
ce', ?Ir,- TngersoII is in the Fame boat
t eontrarv hanneii there will be a terrible
-j r ,
contest in tho Legislature, courts aud
The three-tourlh-mile dash at Wash
ington wa won by Mainbrace, on the
18th. The mile aud a quarter race f -r
three year-olds was won by Sa'le F.
The mile and a halt dash for all ages
was won by Burgo.
The Demcratic State Committee
want tho Florida Board of Canvassers
to canvass at onco the returns as far as
received. The board will probably not
comply in order that the Democrats can
not get a full hearing before the 6th of
December. The entire white popula
tion of Florida is acting as a police
board for the -Democrats.' Official re
turns from four counties were received
on the 17th. Walton sho v a Demo
cratic loss of 27 from the committee'
estimate, and Marion a Republican loss
ot 10 from the same estimate. Others
agree exactly with what was claimed.
Both parties claim Florida on the
Presidential and Gubernatorial ticket
It is claimed Tilden and Drew will
have a majority of three or four hnn
dred. Republicans admit this, but
charge frauds. The Democrats wil
attack tho returns in Jefferson ami
Leon counties, Republican strongho'ds
They claim to have discoiered ciaring
frauds in Alachua, where the RepnbT
cans raised the vote 219. The Repub.
licans refuse to commence the canvass
at present j Democrats will appeal to
the Supreme Court to force them.
Several islands were entirely sub
merged, by the cyclone on the 31-rt. nit.
off the Coast ot India. Fully 215,000
people were lost. 1 hose' who were
saved climbed into the branohes of
cocoai-ut trees, trmstjeiiing oeyono. reacu
-29 ' :
J j tate. are hereby required to present them.
U l flnlv verified, f rt tlw
place of business in Halsev, in Linn comity. .
Oregon, within six mouth from tlie date
hereof. , SETH W. HAYS.
Dated Nov. g, 1378. t7v9
NOTICK t hereby given tliat I. SvlveslW
Miller. Kxecu'or of l lie Insi will arid IMii
imt nl H,fi of I. B Millr, dreeHsert. will,
tinder nfid by viilne of the authority fn ino
vested a wicb esecntnr liy Ihe lni will and
testament rrf ild i,. B. Miller, dec-rased, ami '
the Hialute in smli cane made and provided, on
JUonda'jt th VBih day of Xarembert .187C,
at tbe Conrt llcmsm rlow ln Ltom oowirty, Ofw
hod, Iwtween Ihe donrsof nine o'clock in th
joivnoon and tooro'ulotU in il afttrnoon of
I ilrntlt. in and ioat following; ucscrtbed rc-J
I property, to-wtt : . ,'"..',"
' A frnei oriBnd known Hi Mie -donation lnnJ
'elalm of Klih.li a. Ri fner. Iiein No! iflmt ion
vl'linn, in Linn county, Urajfon.oomalninK 80S
56 loo aorei. inni or lew, and 1 ho hmiuo on a
credit of one yeRr. for jjold wln. with nood and
nnnrovaJ securil y. Ixisrlna interos1' at ten top
cent.neruniMun. SYLVESTER MILLER,.
"W Have IT.
two S.nBTns. Dr. ried writes
in the Jeotfje!isl : "You know that,
in crossing tlie I 'acihe, it becomes tiec
e.-sary to aher the reckoning of the days
to conform to Uat of tl.o J'.astern or
Veteri Hemisphere, aicotdii u as a
ship is saiM'.g in oh tiirection ,.r tlie
other. In sxoim to Japan, where, lie
lJiOth ileuree iif loiigitiidf is reai-!n'd
(which is l-.al't" way arom.il ihe w..rM
from liie Roval iiiMTvan-ry at (liwi
wich, Eutiiai:d, fr,,ni wl ich loiigimde i
reekiHiel). a day is iropMd. and in i.
turning one is a-lded. We cr ssed tl at
meridian on li e JSih of .Im.o, ai.d so
two ,!ays weie put ih.wn in the shijiV
ca'endar as tiie ISth of .lin e. iw.
as it h,-iHMied that this was ?-alhath,
we had two ahiialhs succeed ii g eaeh
other in e which wa- the :a'iiai.'
in Japan ami all Asia ai.d theotht-r the
abhaih in America ai.d in Europe, j
Some of our shin's company were puz- j
z!ed to know wha h to keep;1 but I !iil I
nofthii k it woiihl ! me anv harm to !
keep bnth, ai.i si a I alwnvs renuiiilier
PRESSED TEUBA SA2TTA ; OS,
Prof. G.-P. .Newel.1,
' TEACHER OF THE
Harmony . rirokh-teani Sinning; v
SjSoclal attention given to '
VOICE CULTURE. -
TIAVlNt concluded to make. AI,BAT my
11 'miancnt resKti'iHf, all wliu desire.
thorough knowledge of Slitvie ian now have
an opportunity. -
P1AKOS AXI OlSGAXS
Tuned and Kepaired
Leave yon-address at Mr. Foshny's innslcanrt
book store, or at Mr. Bnir's uiuslc iore,and I
wtil call.nt your resilience
imr. O. P. NtVFEUL,
Al'.mny, August 4, 1876-tj
count of the la'e jieriod when the river u-ii, ,,l,.a,irn tl,is double tiabbuth ii.
and harbor bill was pissed.
Hussians c'aim to hive discovered a
plot iii Poland, the Human Catholic
bishops have teen arrested.
Wl on, .,., o l,,,l,ol at s-
Haves beat Tilden 3 votes in
There is a bar for every 21 voters
Oregon cattle sell iu Kansas for Z
cents a pound.
Many Douglas county farmer are at
present planting oats.
Farmer on the Upper! oqnille are
busy sowing wheat.
JLarge bands of cattle are being ship.
ped from The Dalies to Astoria.
The frosts have not yet killed the
tomato vines iu Coos county.
Sheriff Eakhi, of Lane county, look
Frazier to the jwidtentiary !ast week.
Eight men have thus far pot into
trouble for electiou frauds in San Fran,
Eating Fruit Skins. -The major
ity of cutiiitiy people I have olserved
eaiiMi fruit eat the skins also. 1 heir
children eat it in tlie same manlier, and
sceiu never to have been tauuht lhal
th.e skin of fruit lie it apple, peach,
pear, plum or jjrape should never lie
eaten, esiecial!y if uncooked. Fruit
skins are so .fithcull of ltiesiion that
there is prohahly n-.t more than 'one
stomach in a 'nndrcd capable of per-
Turin 1 1 ! the uiticnii task. i he skins
are to fruit what shells are to titii
hides to animals, and husk to grain.
To oblige, or al ow a child to eat his
apple or pear tn.eeled, is uiivii.d ai d
wrontr, for it is i.o question of dan.ti
nes, but of health. i
TSIU BF.NT UEMi:DV IS THE
KSOWS n'CRlD FOR
COJ-DS, D1SKASE OS'
TSIIH THUOAT AXD
11 U E I Jl A T i S M .
Incorpontcil Feb. 4, 1875. Capital. $20,000.
Corner First and Wasliinlon afreets,
Albany. : Oregon.
Iresltl"il, S. A. liAHSOX. r
?3ipej ilcit?ti5t, i. J. JOIIXSOtt
J. Hl.l t I .v.
A. .1 .''.
J!i:e ami Kciail Denlors in
'A uirl died iu Vermont tho other
day !rnm poison in the colored stock-
intjs which she had lieen wean
1 Ins should serve as a lesson t ciris
not to pull their col. red stockings on
with their teeth.
Th.it comic quartet at the college last
Wednesday niht just got away with that
crowd. Jhour "jollier nog - cioirtmn&t
always sonititues generally come together
at one time.
Wlient sliot mi to 76c tier imshel Ihe firtt
I he postal Commissmn, to inquire I 0f tj. week.
into fast mail service, has arrived at
A true bill has been tound ;n San
Fraiicisw against II. C Bennett, "the
defaulting Pension Agent. .
John A, lony lias been arrested in
Hot Creek vailey, 80 miles from Shasta,
fbrcompl:city in the late stage roblierics,
On tho-18Ui Heil v Ss Hubbard's
sat? was iened in hico, and $2,000 iu
si ver'extracted therefrom. The thieves
have all been arrested.
'You can't drink much brandy with
impunity," said a physician to gouty
patient. 'I erhajw not with imjmnity,
Doctor, but with a little H'piermtiit 1
guess l can go it, wa tne serene
"She is a perfect Amazon," said a
pupil in one ot our schools, of his teach
er to a companion. "Ye," said the
the'', who was lieller versed tu geog
raphy than history, noticed that she
hail a very large mouth.
Why should mariners always have
Pelecteil ami gathered on tlie spur of tlie
Sierra Nevada Monnmins. The leHl found
in tlie" hotter climates, when dry. contnitis
fifty per cent, of resin or gold colored nin.
the nrnpertie- of uhu-li are stimnl.it nnraud
healing, and e-Mciiilly adapted to the
wiints of the system in case of Lung di
eiise and lilieinii.-itism.
The high estimate whMi tlie Spanish
pl.-iceil iimmi it on iinonnt of its lut-ilicitiiil
qiuililie inaiiitest from the imine they
gave to it. niiinv ver iiji" Yerl.-is:iiiia.-
or -Herlmf the Saint-'.". Tlie natives of j
Southern Orefron ami Xoithern Califorui:!
have neil if imuieniorially as a Klieutiiatic
remedy. The white populaiimi In the re
gion where it grow h-ive usel and prized
it a- a throat and lung nieiliciiie. For a
time they called it Lung Weed; hut give
vnluahle testimonials as to its virtues in
When von open one of onr packages,
keep if excluded from the air as uincli as
I have el ft itt nv finiily for fonr or
five year, ami regard it as one ot the bst
family nuilirfnes we ever used. A tinct
ure U maiinfactiirel from it in Cincinnati,
and sold at 75 cents per ounce. A single
one or our packages make eiglif onnci's ot
tincfnri'. n-liicli H worth f&. I he snrnn
fj-oin which tins valuable medicine Is gafh-
en-d. is mlv found in a narrow la-It of
country in Southern Oregon, ami along the
Sierra Nevada Mountain, and Is supposed
to have lieen gathered from Mount Gileatl
thousands ot years go, and the gu.n ex
tracted and sold in Egypt aud in Tire be
fore the times of Solomon.
C'lolhJns, Ilawlware,' CrocSsery,.
' CJrotfffric.t, IFann Eutpleraenls
.unci 32aclstuery, &c, &c.
A!o. fmy a'il sll on commission all kinds ot -tils,
llHrlctrtHiiU' Province, Ac.
Dec. St. is7-14v8iurJ .
MOLLEXKorFS CELEntTATEI) WOXCES
luui' are now uiHiiuluuiuivd in Allmny.
ll:t iiifj liHrt H viirs' cxiwriem-r in ihe'iwiness
of mHiiufttunirhiK Wrwi.len I'nnins, I have no
hesitancy in snj-ins that I can suit evci'ylKxly
tMttisrHCtiou t!nriittl T.v ty Pump
TVp woo-lfn nmiw will throw more wafer
wi.li less iabfir, nii-l is kss in'tle to gat onl of
rerciir. ami i le exrienW'.e, ilmn nny otln-r
Piitnti now in s. Tliev m now so.il cheaper
t linn ever !mftms in the innrke'. They an lx
ltti'l in mv fai::ory in l'linriy siinrsn ware
honw. Aflinnv, or orders an 1ns left l.h P. U.
Hmiior t ('n mnl thev will lie promplly tilled.
Colli minis rowini is antliorlKeit mo a stilt
my pumps, and put I hem in well.
AHwnj-, Antf. 18, lHTtf-47v8in3
on Saturday last. Representatives of ot the water,
bothnarties were prepared with testi- J information lias oeen receivea nere
i . . ,i it. .
monr eoneemint? the bull.doffffed nar- that a number ot memoers or congress
rf I :, . .
ishes. The old stories ot murders and have already signinea u.eir lnienuon
threatening were told on the one side to offer aiiJewitoeiTte to the Constitu
and denials and recriminations on the tion of the United - States tor the pnr-
other. Democrats have voluntary alii- pose of avoidhtg in the future the difH-
davitt from Republicans in tho bull- cu'tiea and dangera mw attending ihe
dogged parishes denying the assertions J election of President,
of Kellogg. Tlie Cu1m seized the steamer Mon
Hampton's majority over Chamber- J teznma last week, heavily laden with
lain is 1,144. The tabulated returns j provisions.
give the State to Ilayes by from 230 to The steamer Windsor Castle was
1,133 majority. Counsel for Demo-I lost near Cane'. TownJ Africa. The
craw immediately filed exception to the crew was saved
aggregation on the grounds of irregu
larities, errors, and omi-sions between
tbe managers returns and tbe state
ments of the county canvassers which
they claim vitiates the above reusli.
ihe fcnpreme Court will direct the
board m Us final count..
Germany turns a deaf ear to Ron ma il
ia's plea that she be protected in her
Tnrkiy will not send ' troops into
Roumania but will await the Russians
on the South bank of tbe Danube,
fresh fruit at wa ? 1 ecanse thev are so
I he booth I mpqua is almost ready constantly steminn gthe currents.
Winter does not know wVther mag
istrates :ie early rfer or not, lait he
was up before a magistrate twice last
An educated hog at .me of the water
ii.g places is said to lie a good mat he
matician. No dotiot it excels in a
It was observed of a deceased lawyer
that ne nan left nut tewenms in
wh:ch a lady remarked that "he had
to go booming over the banks.
1 he "somatic" man, Chapman, aud
Miss Honifon, are billed for Itosebtirg.
It w rumored that Mr. Js'iglin will
remove -the Coo JJay News Ui Rose-
lrties are prospecting for hydraulic
claims on the South Fork of the
John Aiken, of Rosebnrg, made a I but tew can es." .
"misslick" and almost chopped off all
On the 15th the Yamhill connty
. i -
Woman sunrage Association met at
Lafayette. i ...... .
Apples weigning iwu pounns each
have been donated the Eugene Guard
G. A. Grubbe is the new President
of the Alka society of the Willamette
The Hood river settlers celebrated the
first anniversary of tbeir anival there,
on tbe lOtb inrt.
"Do you see that -.loelv girl over
there, . 1'nra? Well, she is ca lei
Elaine, afier Tennyson's heroii." "i"
she, though? When she i in o e ot
her lantiiuns I shou d call her Mad-
THE ANNUAL ELECTION of offloersof the
i ltvof Al'wny, In Linn conntv. Onnrnn.
for the year 1H77, will lie held t tho ?onrt
house in said city, Iiecemlwr 4th, 187ft. Pollii
will be opened Hi nine o'c lock in the morning
and close at "even o'clock In the evening. The
jonowinu omcera are lo oc uieoiea :
One Mayor. - - i
One Recorder. j
One Treasnrer. I
OneMainhal, and. I .
latcl at Albany, this 18th day of November,
j. i'. lofo, tu. a. OA ivr. iv,
nvs j tjity Eccordcr.
THE t N I l ltSIi S N Kl i T A K E TH IS M KTUOtf
of intorinln iImj imliiic ilmi their-.
HEW STEAM SAW MILL
sitnnird wi'hln three miles of Lebanon. near
theSniin river on Ilnmtlton t'reek. i now
rmiiiliii?. uikI is cm tin daily from eUjht to VD
houaiult:t of exi-clieut
i l- i ii 1 1 ine Lumber
n-hich wc offer for pale as
CIIFAI A AXV MIIJL IX COVSTTT.
All Wll for Inm'ior promiitly flllf 1, In Hie
sliorteft rowlhle time, and delivered. If desired.
On ri-5iiiii'!e terms.
Addreso order to
HLKU & SCTTLEMETR, '
ans2."i8v8 llanoh, Oregon.
Dr. Nleklln. tt -'Kncenn Cify, savs :
'Your Putin S iwks ot the bet ireervetl
Iierh I ever saw. -mwl i. worth5 of a higlter
pree than you put upon if." - . j
Itev. S. K. Kaymonil, of Oaklsnd. Ore
gon, say : went to California to reeov
er from Consumption. The Detor there
jpive tne, up, anil tohl nte lr I htnl any
tiiewN I wished to see I hart ra'tter en ami
see them, ns I conlil live lint a Utile while
longer. On my way to Oregon I eoin-
Itirlieefl u-inr .Moit'.tilln Biiltn; t hel-itHl
ine; I continued Its ue until it cured me of
Mr. W. T. Osborne, of Kugeue City,
says: "I know a ynmi uutn whapieared
lo lie in the lat. -stap of coiinnplhii.
jiikT liy iwing Moiiiitalii Balm or Yertwaan
ta lie t-eaiiie a healthy young man.'
.Insenh P. Moore. Ksn.. of Mllvllle. Cal..
".V: have Into ae.iiiiiininl with the j
shrub known a YerlKfanfa for 20 yenrs.
and know It to lie a very valuable medleiue. j
both for the Lung ami liheuin;iti-ni." I
Mr. Klmhttll. n Khnlmll & Weltmi. Ked
BlufR i 'mI., sji vs : have been acqntihit-
d with Hie shrub known as Yerltsaiita
for many yenr- and know it to lie a grcut
"I left Missouri with the connmption.
T?..u. liwl T?oi lr Point. .Ini-kvon county. Or..
and was taken down. I took a tincture of
THE FALL TtRM of ttiin 1nttntton HI
lie-.'in on MONDAY, fctPTtilBi-R 4,
wilh the following;.. , .-
. Fncutty of hwtriwtloii t V -
Rqv. II. W. STRATTON. A. M , President,
and Professor of MeiimlMii'l Moral Selene
ev. L. J JWtLL, A. PmleiwoF ot Vttth
etna' ico nn1 Nn' m-al Sciences.
H II. HEWITT, A. M.,-irofeH6or or Ancient
Mi- XfAIlIA ntVUfE, Teacher .f Primary
Mlsw KLVA BBEVMAN, Teatber of Jnstru
tnen'al Mnle. - .
j. n. KICK, M. P., Lecturer on ITiysioloffy
rirnt Term tieslns Senemlier 4. 187.
S-cond t erm liejfin J"oeinher IS. 16M.
Third Term bcin Jannnry 99. 177.
Fourtli Term lieatns Anril , 1S77. -Viica'ion
of one week dnrinjt the holldnyn.
Closing exercises of iho school year, June 15,
IS. 7. - ..' ." .J
Knten of Tnlliou i
Pbimabt TitMtiTMf ST, Tier term.. ..... . t 00
rVMMON Eson Bram sn, ner rui. . S 00
U1UUI.U HIU.M H i N lncmniini rininiiww
rv Lulin nn.-l tii-eeh 11 00
ClIlixiat'. including Hlxbrr Latin nd
Gnck. Advonc ii MasliemaiicR,' and
Men'Hl and Moral Science, per term.. 13 CO
French and German, each, e.v:r.. ....... . 3 00
Instrnmen-ftl lilusic.. ...... -..,... 11 00
V m of Piano. . . '. 8 00
Tnilion in all cases required la advance.
Pnnciiml attendance, nearness, promptness
and Kentlemanly and ludyllke rteportm;nt will
be extKy teJ fi-om ail who may become memhera
of tne school. L. J. l'OWELU
.i . 1 t i. i..t...,l tlie leaf moro "VTOTK'B W hereby given that the midorMjfn
Mountain Kalrn. and ,'W."!Id W.H Goltni wa.dnly antwinted hyai
or less, ami ill four or five nays u iieimtti 0,errt he Cnr.nty Court f Lhb comstv.Or,'
nt mv Inns handsomely, and 1 resnmeo iron, duly made at the October terra t,t nud
my loumey ; ar now. alter several .2,
.,,...,1., m lio.iru Kt.lll uem Well
' U C
fvFor sale at the drug stores of Bell &
rarker. ariflJobu Foshay ;
tor of the ei'teof
now aeceaTOa; nj an iierpon navinx c.;h
hereby reoniivd tiii-
I, at. hta reidwnT8
aVKlnnt mid entate are herein
sent them to the nnderslenetl,
in Alhnny, Oretron, duly verified, within h.j
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Jfovcnihcr 17. 1K- Iv . n