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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1876)
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It is a litt'o amusing to hear Southern
Democratic pa persecuting Kepuulienns
of treason, rebellion, etc. Tliey use the
they 4jd "ynnkoc," mudsill," etc., tif
The rccci it cyclone in India lasted
-rmly twenty minute, and yet in that
Tji ief spnee f tirpe 2" 1,000 people per
ished. It is the cwjt awful catastrophe
tlnU. ha visited our globti fince the
Hood. - And now we are told famine is
wTkiiHj in the wake 6t the whirlwind.
Sam. J. IJaiulall, ot Pennsylvania,
the newly elected SjcaKer, is a coarse
man and a hard drinker. Wsrs a salary
grabber, and. kept the money. I las con
- w.ler&ble ability, but is an unscrupulous
partir-.m. II was elected becansc 3Ir.
Tilden desired it a fact which does
not speak well for the latter.
In the Parish of Kast F.aton llogue,
Louisiana, the" Democratic bulldozers,
took Joe. Johnson, a. prominent colored
3?eu1)l?c-an, poured coal oil over him,
t him on lire and then shot him to
xth. This fact is sworn to by a Sn
jiervHor of Registration a man of
Miiimpeachablc'chp-iacter. "fiiyc us a
fair count!" '
Says the Burlington (Kansas) JTa
tr'tt : The fellow (Srover, of Oregon,
who has attempted to cheat the people
of that State out of their honest choice
lor President, has. we believe, been
elected a United States Senator. If
the Senate admits such a villian as he
iis to a seat, it will deserve a kicking.
It was a real oood time they had up
'in Ouachita, La., at the late election.
There were not less than fi!ty murders
in that parish during the campaign.
"It was, said 51 r. Swan, a Democratic
tarrner of that parish, in his evidence
before "the rjetivniing Doard, "It was
the most sociable election we ever had."
The Chicago Tribune says the South
is not "solid" for Tilden, but the Caro
lina rifle clubs, 51 issisippi shotgun plan,
and Louisiana bulldozers came plaguey
near making it "solid" for him. The
State of Mississippi was taken from ns
by open highway . robbery and garrot-
Iuch att and calumny has been
heaiped upon the head of President
Grant, and much fault-finding and crit
icism indulged in lioth by friends and
foes -but to-day the Nation rests in
comparative ease upon the verge of a
terrible golf, dimply because of the trust
reposed in thht qniet man who is at the
helm of the ship. Itisa-graiid tribute
to any man that a Xation of people go
quietly abont the ordinary affairs of
life at Mich a time, confiding, believing
and hoping in the single strong arm of
our President. His , name and fame
promise to be as enduring and shine as
brightly in future history as any of our
. " -
On Friday, the 1st inst., at a meeting
of the President's Cabinet it was decid
ed to'dlscontinue the postofiice at Gra
nada, Mississippi. Granada has a pop
ulation of over 2,000. '.The facts are :
A Mrs Price, a worthy widow of a
Union soldier, was appointed iostmis
tress. The Special Agent of the Post,
office Department reported lier . "as j
faithful and efficient an officer as was in
the service," but she was a "Yankee,"
and that gave, llie, Granadians license (
to insult her. ' One gentleman (?) called
lor a letter, and when told, there was
nonesaid : ."You are a lying Yankee,
and liave got to leave town." These,
with other like facts, were reported to
the Postmaster Generalj and lie sub
mitted the same to "the Cabinet, which
ordered the office suspended.
Soiweof iior Democratic friends talk
war. . Well hit them, so long as they
confine themselves to talk; but at the
first sign of armed resistance to the laws
of our 'country the traitors will bo
taught a lesson they will not eoqn for.
get. Treason, will not be treated again
in these .njted States as considerately
as it was after the rebellion. Another
war will -end with a little (?) hanging
bee an3 pot'efMJUgh prominent traitors
will be tcft to head another disturbance.
That "sour apple tree which has here
tofore only existed in tlo popular sonc,
will become a stern resjfry. Tlie
take this Govennneist made before was
in not stringing ip such men as are row
endeavoring to stir up war.. It will be
ireli'toibear. these things ui mind. , .
- TTi6deII parly, from Oregon arrived
in Wai' ingto.it City on the 27th inst.
They publish a card refusing to be in
terviewed, and say they' Were so badly
' roisrepreseutea.., in .can. r raijcisco ,niat
they will f:jy iiotJiing at all until the
proper time cork iif Washington, "when
5 tliey w'U "a"startIiucj,fcUtcroent of
MO UK SKXSA TIOX.
A correspondent of the X. Y. ller-
alJy the great sensational paper, solemn
ly as becomes so great a discovery, an
nounces that he, all alone by himself,
has unearthed a scheme for thq recou
struction os the Kepnblican party in the
Southern States, which if way up iu
the sensational lire. He states that a
number of Southern Democratic Con
gressmen, particularly those of Whig
antecedents, have been carefully sound
ed with a view to their abandoning the
Democratic party and uniting with the
Republicans to settle the Presidential
muddle by the inauguration of Gov.
Hayes, and in return the carpet bag
rnle in the South is to be replaced by
the rule of the Southern wing ot the re
constructed Republican party. This, of
course, is but a brief outline of the dis
covery unearthed by this correspondent.
The jrerahl has a number of remark
able sharp as well as wise correspond
ents, who never fail to secure the "very
The 7'riffr Washington special
says Representative A. S. Wallace, of
South Carolina, asserts that great elec
tion frauds were perpetrated by the
Democrats of his district tor the pur
pose of defeating him. He says that he
will le able to prove not only the in
timidation of Republican voters, but
the importation of at least 1,200 Geor
gians and -ortii Carolinians, who
voted for his opponent.
The InIti,ntlent says : One speci
men of the ore, from the Tel winn mine
in Douglas county, is nearly pure sil
ver, whilejin others silver predominates,
free gold is plainly visible to the naked
pye. The ore shown us will so from
S"0 to $500 per ton, and comes from a
lode with clearly defined walls and av
eraging three feet in width. Operations
on the tunnel now being run in to tap
the lode three hundred feet below the
surface will be discontinued during hol
iday week, but will le resumed imme
diately after New Year.
The trouble in Mexico still goes on.
The two opposing chiefs, Diaz and
Iglcsias, are getting their armies in
fighting condition. Diaz has 18,000
troois ol every grade, and is well pro
vided with artillery: Iglesias has 12,
000 troops and is deficient in artillery.
Chief Medcz and Gen. Mejia have been
banished from the country. Friends of
Lerdo, the banished Mexican President,
hope that after the two factions have
crippled each other, ho will be able to
return to power.
An exchange says : The party en
gaged in the survey for the Cascade
canal are progressing well ; the princi
ple lines, both with the transit and level
have been finished, and the lines of level
on the crass sections arc now being run.
The field work will probably be com
pleted in three or four weeks, and will
include the typography of the country
In tl e immediate vicinity of the pro
posed line and the hydrography of the
river for a short distance above and be
low the. Cascades.
The cold Winter of 1875, the doctors
6aid, gave nearly everybody seeds of
consumption ; the hot Summer of 187G
has lea the air full of malaria and fever,
so it is declared. It is a wonder how
we exist at all.
A Washington City telegram 'of the
27th says that J. N. T. Miller, John
Parker, W. 1J. Laswell and Henry
Klipr-el have been summoned, toappear
at Washington as witnesses in the Ore
A new play called "Our , Hoarding
House", is running at a Chicago theater.
We judge from the title that it is
merely a rehash of old pieces. JSTorris
toicn Ikrahl. Or, just as like as not,
its some of the old actors warmed up !
Affairs in. Eastern Europe wear a
more threatening aspect than they did
a few days ago. The proposals agreed
Jo by the powers in conference and pre
sented to the Porte, amounting in sub
stance to a foreign protectorate over the
Christian subjects of the Sultan, meet
with bitter opposition and are likely to
rejected iu Turkey. This, it seems from
the dispatches, is the ultimatum of the
conference, and its rejection would be
followed by the withdrawal of the
British aid to the empire. Of course
such an end of mediation would be the
beginning of war between Turkey and
Russia, in which the former, iiut&id ot
Jiaving the combined power of England
(and France, as in the Crimean war,
must cope single-handed with the Czar,
Jt can hardly be that the Porte wijl
choose such an alternative iu preference
to even the humiliating projiosalsot the
conference, hhIcss it ha: concluded it is
better to- go down with colors Hying
than enjoy the semblance ot ' power
witliout its substance.
Mr. and Mrs. Spence, residing near
Waila Walk, weio thrown from. a'
wagon last week and both badly hurt
Mr. S.'s thigh being broken, and. his
wife', being bruix-d Merely about the
head; mid, shoulders. ' '
There has been good skating at For
esl Grove this winter. '
; Several parties from Dakota have im
migrated to Forest Grove.
The first case in the Hillsboro Police
court was that of a youth for 'sault and
battery. . ; 4 ,
The farmers report young wheat un
injured by the freezing nights during
the last two wcekF.
, The Idaho Legislature is grinding
away, but accomplishing nothing to the
outside world. The third house is or
ganized and in good "running order."
Idaho Territory is in debt about
The Olympia Echr has suspended
till after the holidays.
An old soldier who had seen 18 con- 1
sceutivo yenrs in the service of the
United States, died at AValla Walla
lust week, and was laid to rest with
The ship War Hawk, with a fell
cargo of Seattle coal on board, has been
found to lie in such a leaky condition
that it will be necessary to discharge her,
to make the necessary repairs.
The farmers of Utah who plowed up
their ground after the grasshoppers had
deposited their egg, find thnt the eggs
have been entirely destroyed by the
heavy frosts. This will shorten the
hopper crop several million, but there
will undoubtedly be enough left to go
round next spring.
The Pngct Sound Manufacturing
Company is about to establish a stave
factory at Puyalinp, Pierce county. A
GO-horse power ei gine will be put in op
eration in the factory. About twenty
men will be employed indoors, besides a
large number of hands will le engaged
in telling trees and transportit.g timber
from the woods, to be manufactured in
Two men who wanted to raise the
wind drove five head of steers from a
ranche on Snake river into Walla Walla
a few days ago and sold them to a
butcher. The latter had to pay for the
beef a second time, as the real owner
turned up in the person ot the owner of
the ranche. The men gave their names
as Mason and Castlernan. One of them
is under arrest.
The Hillsboro Hoard of Trustees
have appointed T. W. Pittingcr of.that
place City Attorney, and ; George T.
Led ford Marshal. Mr. Led lord was
elected Marshal, but there was a ques
tion whether he ws eligible or not,
owing, to his having ljeen Coroner at
tlie time of" I. is election, so the Board, to
put the matter beyond question, reap
Mr. Vert, the tinner at Furest Grove,
died on Thursday, the 15th inst., ot
paralysis. The funeral took pla?e with
in twelve hours after his death. lie
willed his property to tlic Liberal Asso
ciation, U b; applied for the erection of
a town hall lor all kinds of speaking,
free to all. He appointed Mesvrs.T. II.
Mines, II. Iluxton, and W. S. Hudson,
as trustees, and Mr. S. Hughes adminis
trator. A gentleman, lately arrived at For
est Grove from Dakota, gives the fol
lowing horrible account ot the grasshop
p?r country. The "hoppers" actually
htopjied his horses from plowing, liter
ally covering them to the depth of four
inches. The horses finally broke loose
and made their escape. This gentleman
Owns a farm there yet, which he could
not sell for 1,000, though he save 83,
000 for it. His wheat crop on this farm
was estimated at eight bushels to the
acre, but it only produced two.' He is
well satisfied with Oregon,-and exjects
to locate here.
The ,Wala Walla Yatchouxn of
Dec. 20th says : "As we ceo to press
the first snow of the season is filling
and the merry jingle of sleigh bells is
heard 011 our' streets. We have had
for the last three weeks the most re
markable frost ever known in the val
ley. The air for some ten miles around
our city is thick with fog, which settles
down, creating frost until it becomes al
most like snow. The telegraph wires
on Main street are as large as a two
inch rope ; at Dayton, Weston, and np
on the mountains the air is clear and
our neighbors are basking in sunshine,
rejoicing that they are not wandering
iu darkness like the Wall Wallaians.
This very peculiar and disagreeable
weat her appears ' to be confined to a
small belt from Walla Walla to the
to the Columbia : river. The thermom
eter has ranged all the time from 8 to
12 above zero.
Then there's the old-fashioned turlcey
dinner, with oyster soup and the et
ceteras that go to make np a grand
meal, at the Opera House on New
Years day, opeji from noon to 2 o'clock
p. sr., with a sociable iu the evening.
The entertainment, consisting of char
ades, music,-etc., will be first class of
course, as the whole affair is in the
hands of the ladies cf the United Pres
byterian Church. Everybody is invit
ed. : Let's all go and have a good time.
Wo aro pleaaed to note the fact that
tle mortgage, resting so long on the M.
E. Church property, was lifted yester
day, aU through the exertions of Rev.
J. F, He iic, pastor of the Church,
who has labored indefaligably to this
end ever since his arrival liere.' '-
The Ot'i''ihat ran on a snag coming
down from Corvallis last Saturday.
The datnagp ' was soon,; temporarily
patched wjj and, the boat "lidjt'd, ou..
The Yearly IIevikw Of the
United Presbyterian Sabbath School,
will take place at the U. I. Church
nest Sabbath, at 20 o'clock v. m.,
with the following t
PKOGBAMME I .
1, Singing and prayer.
.2, Illustrated blackboard exercises
by Messrs. R. M. Robertson and , L. K.
Dlain. . a .......
3,. Review of 1st quarter by J. M.
Marks : subject Covenant awith Da
vid. 2d quarter by Miss Maggie
Foster t subject Christian courage.
3d quarter by .Miss Maria Irvine :
subject Call of wisdom. 4th quarter
by C. Haffenden : subject Cou ver
sion of Saul.
4, Brief discourse to the children, by
S. G. Irvine, 1). D.
Excellent music will Le sandwiched
thronghithe exercises. A general invi
tation is expended.
Onn Fkixows Ei.txTios. Follow
ing are the officers elect of the Albany
Lodge, Xo. 4, T. O. O. F. : Xoble
Grand, W. O. P&lracr ; Y. O , Ed.
Carter; Sec, A.M. Roop; P. Sec.,
Fred. Ranty ; Treas. W. Ketch nm : Li
brarians, J. IJriggs and Ii. C. Clark ;
Trustees, T. J. Stites, W. Ketchnni and
W. C. Tweedale.
Oi..-fv VvfiMintifvT On VtL
" ' '
dav evening last, selected the following ;
. . , . ;
gentlemen to fill the C nairs for the;
term commencing with January, 1877 : ;
Chief Patriarch, Coll. Van Cleve ; !
High Priest, Fred Graf; S. W., C. j
Kiefer; Sec, John Schmeer; Treasurer, i
li. Custer ; J. W., A. M. Poop.
Installation- Ckkemoniks. The
oflicers elect of. Albany Lodge, Xo. 4,
will be installed at their Lodge room
on Wednesday evening next, open to
Odd Fellows in good standing and their
families. After the installation, a soci
able time will beenjo3-ed by all present
and three-linkers know just how to
manage these things to a ty-t.
0 i iue tiiKiin oi uic uiicc nine ciiimrcn oi n.
Arcn.KXT.-On the 21st inst., while I-M;,r-V I'owell :
,r T T, AVnr.KKAS. Ail 'niscrnt.iWc providpnee
Mr. Tsanc Hayes was engaged plowing R,mov,(1 I)V fW:l.h whhl tll('r ,.;.st two
on his farm near this citv, ho left his i weeks, three of rair iimnlnfr. Hell. Frinm.-i
" . , : mid .loseph. children ot Bro. and Sister II.
team standing a few minutes, when ; J: r cll ; aged respectively seven, five
they Tan away. One of the horses, a "nd three jc-ns. tims hringiug de-p ami
J .. . i liearrfclt sorrow to the hearts of the entire
valuable one, was badly injured by the school, anil especially to the infant class.
plow cnttinp; his legs. The animal, ' which B.-11 and Emma were mem hers,
f . . . . ' .md in whii-h Iirr:c .loscpli would oon have
although badly injnrcu, will probably-; w aii,ittc, hm u hkh f.lac s ro now
recover vacant, jum! to us must 'ever remain, litit
j we feel to how to the mandates of flim
Lst. T-ast Monday, a small pocket- f : ''r lu,k' j-biidiwi. and f.r
" r I bid litem not, to come (into me lor ol such
book, leather back, containing two ; is the Kingdom of Heaven," and we know
notes of hand and one or mom receipts. - fe5r
The name of the owner. 15. A. McDon-: mother exnnssed it while lookiu!? tor ih;
i ,' . .:, .. x.
aid, was written on the front and bacTk
of the book. Any one finding the book
, , ... . , "
and leaving it at the Ke;istk office,
will be properly rewaj-ded.
Masonic iurtallation at the Ojera
House Wednesday night was largely
attended. T). M. Thompson was Chief
ot ceremonies, and 3J)ave always pans
well, as he's up in the work. The af
fair wound up with a dance. Those in
attendance report splendid time.
A party up from Portland 'the' other
day insearch of oats, said he could buy
at less figures belaw ; said he could ob
tain none at a less figure than 75c per
bushel. This would seem to indicate a
scarcity of the article hereabouts.
j Don't forget to remcmlier, or be back
ward in coming forwaid, this evening
to the Donation Party at the M. K.
Parsonage. llemcmber , to "fotch"
something along, too, as a remembran
cer. Bro. De Yore deserves a rouser.
Dovblk Thanks. We are indebted
to oar old friend, T. M. Humphreys,
for a sack of apples and a sack of pound
pears. Our old friend has our warmest
thanks for his kind remembrance.
Cronin delivered his electoral vote
to Vice President Ferry on the 57th
inst., and feels better, no doubt. Ferry
declined to give a receipt on account of
two returns from th'e same State.
We suppose two tlionsand dollars
would hardly cover .the amount of
money expended for Christmas presents
placed on the different trees Monday
The roads are better than usual at
this time of year, but are quite sloppy
a best. . '.
The Statesman complains that several
students ot the Willamette JJniveasity
behave highly unpretty in church.
' IIelkhous. Rebecca Clawson will
conduct the services at the Evangelical
Church next Sabbath morning. s
Judge Piper went tip to Eugene City
on Monday, to install oflicers ot Mason
Xo snow till v yet, and we are not
auxiouft for any until next winter..
.The Central school-house is being re
modeled and thoroughly repaired.
M. t- . '. o i..
ISS -Cltie i iper Weill to CorvalllS
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the fn, ot Hie- week n a
Happy Xew Year to all.
Wheat strong at SI per bushel.
Schools all open again on Tuesday.
Only two prisoners in jail at present.
The Corvallis Democrat has been
Our markets well supplied with veg
etables and fruit.
Trado dollars are now worth 100
Fggs SOc per dozen ; butter 25c per
Wheat in Liverpool 2d higher than
last week's quotations.
The Iticlnnond Range is tlie wnytipest
article in its line ever Imilt. -
Rait. IT. Allen, of Halsey, called on j
Wednesday. Mr. Allen starts out on a
temperanee canvass next week.
Ike ' -onn is down fro-n ii rassridw, look- i
ing as jolly and handsome
as ill the davs
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See the new advertisement an tins issue. ;
Ilusiness men nimreci.-tte the value ot the;
Rkcistkii as a medium of coui!iii)iiic:itioii
between them and customers.
t -w .... . w... t..:.. -.r n.i.,. ;
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I Still on tlio hcriiTM-lf rrii-i fur sll kinds of!
11. .... . j
"n;n.imii-f, .il ue.-i.-i Mrr. vohm.il
roiir own Interest and o where von set
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the best value for your money or produce,
nANI)S0M1TP;Tf)0IA ,orc complete
or handsomer selection of stove, ranges.
tin and copiK-rware. etc.. will ii.mlly le
found in the ?tnte than to be seen at Vf .
N. McFarlaud's. next door to Conner's
Bank. First street. Among the vast array
of handsome and itscfnl articles in tin,
copper and iron, vc noticed a now thin;;
in stoves an Oregon production, too. that
we think knock the persimmon. A visit
to McFa Hand's will repay any one in need
tf anything hi his line.
Adopted at the Brownsville Baptist S. S.,
; on Sunday. Doe. 21th, on Jhe occasion of
: .1 . 1 ... .1 ..l.! . .1 IT..1. 11 i" r r
i last time noon the remains of her little I
, tm wIia . ,mtf ?,y vhmrvu ,l;lV(.
gone to live withtio.)."
'volvxt. That the school, oflicers. tcncli-
, S,IH.,... ,, ,,.-.,,, t4..
pathv to tlie hei-ef parpJits. praying ;d
f give them sircnili to hear their afflic
tions with christian fortitude.
llesnhciK That we deeply foel tltc loas
wliich the infant class fuis sustained, and
we sympathize with rtieir tieioved teacher.
Sister Sopluona Co-haw, who will look in
vain for the return of her lndoved stuiloiTts.
who ever had for her a pleasant smile, and
a kind word; may she ever led that tlH-re
are fruits of her labors in Ju'avtn, and may
the remainder of the class feel that there
are new altiactions in glory tor lih-tn.
J?exi,n-!. That, a copy of these resolutions
lip furnished (he parenis and also a copy to
the Alhany pai-rs, and rcxiiest the iiiiMi
catlon of the sanie.
A. V. Staxajju. Ass't. Supt.
Doe. 21st. at the St. Charles Hotel. Al
hany. by Rev. II. W. Stmt ton. Mr. Thos.
J5. Snitli and .Miss .lonuin Wliitlock all
of I. inn county, Oregon.
w. ;. riPKi:. f m. Mir.i.Eif,
; PIPES, Ss HILLEE,
'Attornoys it, Titvl,
Alt any, Orsjon.
OOice iu I'nrrlsli iSricli. Ilrt door on tlie
WTUA. I'llA:TICK In -the ditteiunt " cnirls of
ft I h. state. K)--.-ial stttenti.in iv.tn to tlu
collection of all clnimM tmtruste.l to our care,
ami prompt returns made. (r Investigation
if Titl.n, oiivejuneiiiit, and all I'robafe .Mat
ters airefuUv mid iMinctunlly attended to.
AdjusiaU Spring; Bed,
.KTI.ETTX PATEST, Jiijic l, I0.
j. Tvicvu-ioTxss 1 t?l I
With Only a Miitle .nattrcu! .
For Ilurabilily, Clcnnliinsf and Aujustiucnl, it
" .j has no equal. ,
It is i;'oiiomical and IVoiNt'lcxK.
We challenge ."oiiipjirison with any ami every
other Spriiij? lieu.
Takk an Adjustable Spring Bed
on trial, if desired, at the mantifaet liiTrs' rislr,"
to be relumed in one. week if not cut irely sutto
."" PBICISlt . '
Full Mize......7 OO I Two-Uiircl.t SO OO
hlnsle..... 5 OO ...
ISM AX &. fB(sm,
1'roprielorH ami llHimrnctiirerj.,
nWni3 Commcrcliu-st., Salem; Oii-gon.
F. N. l.MU, Aarctit nt Allmiij.
Scwlns HIucliIiieH Ilcpuircd.
fOVSTTiY 1'KOPI.K will plcnso leave their"
nnictimea at uio ..vcnanxo tiottii.
MactilueN lor OO.
I sll seeomHtanil niiu-liiiies, of anv nomilar
make thoroiiiihry --jm i - I iinil almost as kkxI
;is new. Try one. Will remain in - Allmtiv una
1 month. SI KWAIIT .1. SI'KNt k,
ucci.u .MachiniM. from iuii fnuifiM-o.-
MUTUAL' LIFE ASSOCIATION,
Capital, $100,000. Gold Coin Basis.
I. WASSKRMAX, I'rclleiit.
K. ll'A IiEI .MI, Vice Irc.
W. S l.(l, I rr.'isurrr.
W. II. :rriX;EK, Attorney.
j. i.. ii;.iCME5ii!rsii, en. Asst.
SUA LI.. & TISTIA,
OTICK TO STOCIillOLDKItS.
NOTICE i herein-f,'1ven ttlat there will he il
meet in-r tf 1 lie l I K-klloh lei's of the l.ill.l
roTH'K is lii-rchy fflven ttlat there will ln n
'ountv Agrrioultnnil Association at the Court
Ilouse'in the r.itv of AINinv. Unit" county. Ore
gon, on Tlitii-Kiliiv. the 4ih Ui.v of Jimiiiiry, A.
J. 177. Ht. one o'clock in the afienioon ol siii.l
l:iv, for the ln nioseot'elecUn seven iirectoi-j
fo.'-sniil Association for llie ei.Miiiiiit year, ami
tor tin- trui.-uciinii or any niel all ither. bu-ji-
ncss that 11 lav coniti heforc sai'l meet 1 ittr.
- ' Al.LKN 1'AltKEU, Ptesiiient.
W. IT. (JrKKMCK, S)CC. - !ecl."t"l
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A nte ot iiany Kiiel).-;tirtiiient.iill iiicin-
iH-i-it siii'l 1 ieiart tneiit tnat hart. not lirocnrrn
j ItEI'AtM'MKXT CKl! TU'lfA'l KS, will ni.ike
imiilicat ion to the Sccrctarv of said Ileiinrtiin'iit
lor same. Si-e An icle 7. S-ct ions 1 mi'l 2. Utiles
,)t iH.,,ul.ln,cHt. j;y onu-r no.ir.1 of 1 i.-i.-smtcs.
.. '". . w . s. i t.i j-.ks,
Albany, Or., lx-c. IS. ls7tj-i12
PAV II I
rpiIK linn of tfontamic. & Ii-Cal!ey, Li-tmnon.
A i. UIo1v.m1 in Nrv!iiilu:r lsist. All notes
.i tovr f )! llrtn .in to tli.it U.itf mw in iiw-
wsxioii of 11. .MiCiiilcv for collection, who re-
iucst iminei:i!; yiayiniMit of the miiiic. y
'i"hos; lt.tet-fst-l will please take none
I:lanon, Or., Dec. 1.1, lSTMni
svrr ros hivokck.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Orcproi fr
Lucimla Ambler, pjitiii t i U, " ".Suit in Einity
John A. Anibier, (lefem'.aiit. I lvivurce.
'J'o John A. Ambler, llie 'lefemlant nlxivc
1 1 : l . 1 1 - 1 lit the name of the State of Oreirnivr
You are hereby rtpiireil toapnear and miswrr
thc coniiilaint'of the plain ti If nbovo nainei.1 in
t be a'ov c ent ii ?rl court , now on til. with tlw
Clei'K t siml .-on rt, wit h in It'll .lays Iron tltr
.late of t he servi.-e'of I hi summons on j-rni il
sci-vi'd in Linn couuty, Irt-.m, but if s.1--!.-. is
made in any other comity in sni.l .stjtte I lnn
wil bin t wcnii .'ax s from 1 h'e lnte of such serv
ice ; atel if s.-'rv.-d by publication, then yon
1-e.piiic l to appear iiii.1 answer by the first day
of thetic.xt rciiniar term of said court, after
publication hereof for six weeks, which term
commences on the
S'-j-:iikI M inily of Mure', 1S77,
or iu'tnn-nt for want of stu-h answer will 1
taken auainst you. You al furlli.-r ln.titled
that if ou Uiil tt apj-K-ar ami answer as i.Im.vc
rc'iiiired, i he plaim itf "wiil atiply to the conrt
lor t la- reiief deiua tvli-n in 1 be complaint, unU
costs and ilisbui-snicnts ot this suit. k,
I'OWKI.I. & FL1XX.
Attorneys lor plff.
rutiltsheil for six icc-!siri the ,U,iu.T Kki
istki:, by order ot It. 1'. Ulse, JuilKf "f si.i-1
cnirt. in'n'l.! jit clMinln-r lice. Tl JT.i. nlivtiwG
-"o Have IT.
TTiZZSZD ' CA1TTA ; 0P-,
TiJ.czzjz-liziin SI aim ?
riu; iss;':' iir:i?2i:iv i. thi:
C5I.5?4; CJ!i:4Si:S OF
. teeb: ts i silo at a.i
AVri!!!f A AXO
K II ii I M A T I K )I fc.
H:lecte7 nnd grjiJu-retl on thp.'ipnr' of ffie
Sierm Xevatin Mountains. The leal found
in the hotter cliiuatesl wlien dry. t'ont.'iins
titty per et-nf . of resin or p;!l colrl gnm.
the tirpcrtte of which a?e stiniwlatittg antl
licniiuj;. a-ml sp;ciaIy adapt(i4 V.tbe
wants ofthe system in cttms of Jjjr.ig, dis
ease . -it itl IMieiiinatisii).
'l'lie Ingh esiimatt tvliicli file Nnanish
nlin-ed niwin it on nt-tonnt of its ineuiciual
.ijnlitie is ntnni'fest, frfm the iiani Ihry f
g;iT to it, in.-nit yc ir ago l cro:rs,-Tirr -or
"Merh of'tJie. Siiiit.s.r The nntires r4
Sonthcrii rgon and Northern t nliforn'ra j
have used it hinnpmorI:Hty . a llienm.-itie t
n-metly. Tin: white iioptil:itioi in the re-
;ioii where it grows huve used and prizwl
it as a throat and Inng nieflFcin-. for t
time tlicv called it I.rmif V1; nt give !
valuable lolimoni.iis ss to lt virtues u
..When volt ipen rnitr of onr psrfi.Tgps.
keep it excluded irom tlw st'tr as winch s
I have ued it tit ttry frtm'sXjr . Sor femr r
live year.-, and regard it as out? t the rs!
faiuiiy niwiicincs we tvr nsefl. A fJnrf-ut-c
is manufactured from it in TfnrlnnS,
and sold nt 75 cento -er i.titirr. A tiiiIt
one of our paeUarcs mike t-ijiiif tttnier f?
tilii-ttire. which worth $5. The shrrrtl
from which this valuable medicine gath
ered, is only found in a narrow bell of
country in Soufliei-n Oregon, and nJrrij flifr
Sierra Xwiid.-i Mountains, and i. supprnI
to havo Im-oii jaiheicd from Mount (Jifrenl
thousands ot years :ij-o, and t!in ex
tnictc.l and sold in ICcypt nnd tn Tire be
fore tliu times of Solomon .
l)r. Xicklln, ot Ku'iie City, says:
"Your Palm is one ot the best prearrvtnl
herbs I ever saw. and is worthy of a higher
price than you put upon It.
, Uev. S. Iv. Knyinoud. of Oakland, Ore
gon, say : -l went to t California to rHov
er from Consumption. Tlie IHietors. there
jave me np, and told mo if I had nny
friend I wished to see I had better gor mid
see them, an I could live but a little while
longer. On my way to Oregon I com
menced using Mountain IJnlm; it helped
me; I continued its use until It cured me of
Mr. W. T. 'Osborne., of Eugene I'ity.
says: "I know a youiii; tiian whottppeared
to in in the fast stages of consumption,
and by using Mountain Halm or YerlMtsjui
ta he became a hetiliby young man."
Joseph I. Moore. Esq.. of Mllville. Car.,
stys : I have lieen acquainted with the
sliiub known as YerlKisanta lhr 20 years,
and know it to be a verj' valuable medicine,
.both for the Lungs and KheiinintiMn."
Mr. Kimball, ot Kimball & Welton, Red
rJliifl's. till., mys: "T have been wwptaint
ed with the shrub known us Yerbasjiuta,
for many years, iiiul know it to be a great
Lung medicine."' .
"I lett ilissouri with the consumption.
Keached Koik l'oiut, Jackson count', Or.,
and wns taken down. I took a tincture of
Mountain Ralm, and chewed the leaf more
or less, and iu four or five days it cleaned
out my lungs hanilsoruely, ami I rcsiuneil
my journey ; and now. alter several
months, my lungs still seem well. -
A. B. C.
Z i.Kor salt at the drug stwts of.l'.ell &
l'ajkcr. and .loliji Fobha5', . 75)
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