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ALBANY, OKKGOX, AP1UL 6, 1S77,
The first of the present week Hon.
H. W. Scott assumed control of the
Portland Oregonian, W. Lair Hill,
Esq., having sold out and retired.
Harv. Scott conducted the Oregonian
Hon. A. J. Putur, President of the or several years very ably, and his re-
Oregon Ftato Immigration Society, will 1 appearance at the helm will strengthen
address the citizens of Albany and vi- the paper. 'Ror for Harv. '
cinity, at the Court House in this city, w C- Moraild is the ni n arrestej as
on Monday evening, April 9th, at 7:30. the 8npposed marderer ot Davis, who,
ir. imtur has done much already to it will remcrabered, was murdered
forward tlio interests ot Oregon, and, as
we understand, is giving his time gratu
itously to the interests of the Society,
The least we can do is to and hear
Despite the many contradictory state
ments regarding the mud springs mines,
we are inclined to have considerable
faith in them. A large number of our
citizens are interested in these mines, J ly journal in San Francisco, which he
and their faith in them seems to grow calls the Argoiuiut. It is a slashing
Btronger and stronger. As soon as good paper, ahd will doubtless pan out
travel across the mountains becomes safe I well for Frank
near Portland a week or two since.
Moraud filed his application for a writ
ot habeas corpus on Tuet-day that he
may be discharged from arrest.
A. Okey Hall turns up in London
under the name ot SulclilTe. The re
turn of Boss Tweed and Peter 15.
Sweeney so unsettled him that he lied
Frank M. Pixley has started a week-
and easy there wiil be a general rush to
the Eldorado, such as has not been wit
nessed for years.
Chicago, which gave Tilden 5,000
majority, now gives 12,000 Republican
niaioiity. Cincinnati, which gave Til
den a majority, now goes Republican.
The recent election in Xew Hampshire son was for Morton, and when the dle
was a Republican triumph. All this cation was transferred to Hayes on the
i .t 4. .t r ..t,i;o hrst ba.lot, he was one of the five who
"ocs to show that the Republican Dar- ' . .
i voted tor Rristow ; Shurz was tor 1ms-
xy is geiung stronger ami h's, to.v an(i nobody else, and hesitated
while the opposition is whittling down about supporting Hayes until Hayes al-
To those who are curious about such
thine, a statement of the Presidential
predilections of members of the Cabi
net will be interesting. The Philadel
phia limes explains thus :
Evarts was a Bristow man of the
Curtis school ; McCrary was for Blaine,
his State being solid for hjm : Thomp-
A fire in Green street, Xew York, de
stroyed $50,000 worth ot property on
the 3 1st ult.
The First Xational Bank at Xew
Brunswick, X. J., suspended on the 31st
ult. Liabilities and assets about equal.
Xine vessels ot the Long Island fishing
fleet have been probably lost on the tish
inj banks. The boats were valued at
The Rocky Mountain quartz mills at
Georgetown, Colorado, were destroyd on
the 3 1st ult. Loss 50,000; insurance
Alfred Co, of West Bowdo'm, Me.,
shot and killed bis father while he was
returning from church on the 1st. The
boy is said to be insane.
Six companies of artillery will leave
Washington this week for Xew Eng
land. The Secretary intends making a com
plete reorganization of the treasury department.
Hayes and members of Cabinet with
Gen. Sherman, reviewed the troops at
Washington on the 31st ult.
E. S. Marble, ot Michigan, has been
appointed assistant Attorney General ot
the Interior Department.
Troops will be withdrawn from the
State House at C olumbia, but not from
The Louisiana commission tarted for
Xew Orleans on the 2d. The memlers
ot the commif sion are Brown, McVeigh,
Lawrence, Uawley and Harlan.
Ferdinando Wood considers the
breaking up of party lines in the South
ern States and the administration secur
ing an organization in the House as
Hampton left Washington at mid
night on the 31st ult. lie is still un
compromising, and will not listen to
Chamberlain's proposition to appoint a
hoard of arbitrators to settle their diner-
Xine vessels ot the Long Is'and fish
ing tlegt, which left fur the banks last
Xovember, are now so long overdue
lowed him to reshape part of the letter
of acceptance. Devens was of the Bris- j ences. Democrats have arranged a eel-
tow school and against all the old ma- ! ebration at Columbus in honor ot llamp
chine candidates. Sherman is the sole ' ton's return.
Hayes man in the Cabinet, and he stuck
out for Hayes to defeat Blaine, and
that it is believed they were lost in the Key was for Tilden against the Repub
wont, frilns with ail nn hoard, number- ncan fteid.
ina 95 men. The vessels were valued
at about $60,000.
The Turkish Parliament is opposed to
ceding territory to Montenegro.
Sufferers from the India famine are go
in:; to Cevlon in large numbers.
Gov. Brown, of Tennessee, in an in
terview states he only accepted the po
sition on the commission to Louisiana
The overland stages are making excel
Machinery tor the silver wells is arriving
at the Dalles.
An Arkansas man is talking of building
a woolen mill at Dallas.
There are 1.309 pupils attending public
schools in Jackson county.
The lanJofllce, at Roseburg, has been up
its eyes in busineas lately.
There will be one thousand acres sown
in grain in Goo Lake valley this season.
A ioinr. stock comnanv will nrobably
bnikl'a crist mill on Hood river, this sea
The Dalles M. E. Church has a new bell.
The Hood river peach trees were in full
bloom two weeks earlier this than last
1 fere's a chance for somebody. Bethel,
Folk county, people want a store to be es
AVm.'Carl, the blind man. and Frof. E.
M. Wood, Intend giving a concert at Kosti
burg this week.
A deer, with an apparent knowledge of
the game law, trotted through Jackson
ville last week.
.T. .1. Thompson, of Eola, has lost five
children in almost as many weeks from
Tlx? land known as the old Academy
grouad, at "Wilbur, was recently sold at
auction to J. W. WiTbur, for ifliO.
The Monmouth Ittxxi-ntjr-r tells the peo
ple of that town not to throw quite so much
style into their church raiment.
("'apt. Thompson is building -a steam
scow at the month of the Klickitat to run
between the Dalles and the Cascades.
The hunter remarked "in hoc siarno
vinefs" and killed a grouse on the sign of
the J(ow)iai" at Eugene City, last week.
Tlie farmers of the Mohawk valley. "Lane
county, not wishing the deer to be driven
oil, prohibit hounding on their lands.
The Dalles Grange has resolved not to
patronize merchants who do not do their
transporting by the independent steam
Elder M. M. Xorton, who is preaching
in 1 oiilas county on the second coming ot
Christ, is published as a hum bug, and cra
zy at that.
There are almut fifty families in the
Hood river settlement. Thev are a verv
sociable people, and haye private theafri
cals nearly every week.
Charles Campbell, of the Dalle', sues J.
eley l'arker for o,0u0 damage tor se
'dueing a wife. "Weslev is said to have left
his bail and skeedaddled.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
Gold in Xew Yoik, 101
Legal tenders, 955:0Cc.
Silver coin, 94 iS952.
Wheat, $1 1 bushel.
Oats, 372C '$ bushel.
Butter, 20 3 25c "j? pound.
Eggs, 14c 1 dozen.
Chickens, $2 5053 001? dozen.
Beef on foot, .'5c ; pork, do., 7c net.
Bacon Sides, 13c; hams, 15c; shoulders,
Dried apples, 6c; plums, 12c.
Liverpool wheat market April 5 : Av
erage, 10s Td Slls; club, 10s 10d311s 3d.
riMPllS.-I will mail (tree) the recipe for
pi-e)Kii-um u wimple Vejfc'able Halmthat will re
move inn, j-reckles, Pimples unci Blotches,
leaving the skin soli, clear ami beautiful ; also
iisrmci lonx lor liroilurmsr a luxuriant trrowth
lairoti a l:dd head oi-smoicili f:cc- cllrcss
B.in. Vandelf & Co.. box rll. No, r Woostev-sit..
Miss Angie MeCulloeh gave a birth-day
party Wednesday night, which was hugely
enjoyed by the little folks.
The recent assassinations of Chinamen
in Southern Oregon have stirred up the I after frequent solicitude and urgent ad-
, . . . vice oi leading, l-ieiuociats in it hmhh"
law-abiding citizens to the necessity of I Ncw 0rleanS- Ho h t,
uenerai .uanscai nas neen nominated .Tohn 1 TjPP i3 the n;lme of a prominent
for Governor of Sonora, Mexico. ! Dallas nic-reh.-uit. ami he doesn't want any
The Prince of Montenegro has prom
ised the Bosnian insurgents to act as their
execution served on him for complicity in
the Mountain Meadow Massacre, either
Most of the leather tanned at Eugene
City, i for harness, and is shipped to San
e ! The protocol in which Turkey is Francisco, where it commands higher
make his appearance in Oregon to look establishing the rightful government.
after Groer. My countrymen, but won't
there be warm times among the
uuterrified when that committee gets
down to bottom facts ! It's no wonder
that G rover's strikers raise such a
mournful howl !
prices than the leather made in California
Peverat parties who have cut government
timber m Douglas count v have neon m
formed on. atid they have retaliated by
peaching- on others, "and the end is not
There is considerable excitement in Can
yonville now over a rich discovery mad
on Tennes?ce gulch. Cow creek. Aean
the whole town is digging for the dig-
W. B. Kanvwn- is making pottery
1 .-til., i 4t-rr tin ..I-itt li cr(tr wnrli. 1
opened bids tor the turnisinng ot postal and J ais.sia nave ueen smooineu fl,i j j,-,, j-,fe vessel made ot it will
searching out the murderers and bring- commission may be able to forward the j bound to certain reforms, is said to have
ing them to ustice. .o matter how 1 President's policy ot pacification, but ! been signed.
great a reourge these people may bo can see no leasioie plan loraoingw
O 11 1 Tin In li 1-C flirt 1TTO TT mo T 1 t, . 1
considered, assassination is not the prop- doar wh(jn thfl commigsi jn reachcs Lou.
er mode ot curing the evil. isiana and takes in the situation. He
isiana and takes in the situation
umII hpnrtilv cn-nnerate in dointr what i
Senator Morton will probably soon tbe Pres;(jent jesires in the interest of"
Advices from Columbia, South Amer
ica, are favorable to the government
cause in the existing war.
Oakey Hall has arrived in England
under the name of Sutclifle. He bailed
in the Victoria from Boston.
The London Post announces positive-
Postmaster General Kev has fust lv that all differences between England
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Rev. .Mr. Croaman, of Corvallis, is hold
ing a protracted meeting at Buena Vista
Fiftyhave already professed religion. The
meetings are still gaining in interest.
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FAIN I -
DuraHo, Beautiful, Water-Proof, Elastic and
This Paint is mixed ready for use, requiring no Oil or Thinner. It is equally as good
for inside as outside work : over old work as well as new ; in fact where any
paint can be used the AVERILL PAINT will be found superior to any
other. Any one can applv it who can use a brush, which truly
makes it the POPULAR PAINT.
Further IiiforuitUioii semi Tor smjIe Card, Circular and
Pricc-Ust to '
2ragist az.& Scaler in
Ordinance Tio. 66.
Relating to making Ditches, Drains, and
Be it ordained by the Common Council
of the City of Albany :
Section "I. It shall be the duty of prop
erty holders, to open, or otherwise make
and keep in repair, all ditches, drains and
sewers, on tlteir respective property, or in
the streets adjoining their respective prop
erty when ordered to do so by the Common
Sec. 2. That when a majority of the prop
erty holders on a street shall petition the
Council to have the ditche. drains or sewers.
made or repaired, the City Council shall
order the same to he done by the property
holdei-3 on said street, where said ditching
or drainage is required, giving them a reas
onable time to complete the same. Vo-
ridi'il. x hat if it becomes necessary for the
public good to make, or open a drain,
ditch or sewer in the city, and the property
holders on the street where said dram, ditch
or sewer is required, neglect or refuse to
petition to the Council tor the .same, the
City Council may order it done by the
property holders aforesaid, as the Council
may deem necessary.
Sec. ... 1 f the property holders on any
street within the city shall neglect or retuse
to make, open or otherwise construct ditch
es, drains or sewer, on their projeerty, or
on the streets adjoining their property,
when ordered to do so by theConncil, with
in the time specified in said order, then it
shall be the duty of the street commissioner
to cause the same to be done without delay,
and the cos's of said ditches, drains or sew
ers shall be a lien on the said property un
til paid ; and il the same i- not paid within
thirty day alter the work is completed,
then the Marshal shall apply to the Re
corder for a warrant to sell said property,
and shall sell the same, in the manner pro
vided lor the sale ot property forcitv taxes.
L. II. MONTANYE,
Attest: Acting Mayor.
I,. If. Movr n ye, Citv Rec.
riLL KEEP IX STOCK a full lino of the alove AI.T,
in ALL SIZES
ATTENTION, STOCK MEN
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..f -J.- -T." til III I
TiaE i72xoirn:i mjsicsjKKox tai.i.ioxs,
"Are the girls too short or the dress
es too Ions ? and what makes the girl's
hair so short over the forehead ? "are of in the New York post-office
1 I lico 1 'rocn o-nt i n I TQmilo u-i 1 1 pnncikt.
Tidings is grappling with at present. of I'resident and Mrs. Haves and three
' l,:i.l-. . WnKU CT 0..0.1 l.i.MlfUt..
At San Jose, Cal, March 31st, the . , . . d Ruwt.u. a!ied
little mare, Goldmith Maid, trotted m ex. The two oldest ot the four sons of
o-lfi? matching Occident's time in Governor Hayes are away from home,
" I i.i . . .1 l i l 1
iqto v mcinfU nneoimcra attenamg tne v.amoriuge
7 IT .i i.r Ahnnl ar,rf t Im fttnor ic a momhor
of the junior class of Cornell L niversity.
Capt. Jake Miller, when last heard
from, was in Southern California, and
was much pleased with the country.
D. II. Stearns, Esq., of Portland,
gave us a call yesterday.
Al. White, of Pendleton, is under
$150 bail charged with stealing a horse
from George JJarnhart.
stamps tor the next tour years. '1 he j It is stated that the bank of France such a penetrating huiu as coai on
annial consnmpt:on is about 700,000,-1 has advanced 8100,000,000 to Russia hmhout being glazed.
000, and is inereasiijg Two -bui. were 1 10 enabIe it t0 pay its 'dsbt interest due
opened one hrm bidding $9 9a per , , Apn! t'-- ' T Jackson count v. last week, sending
the SOU! Ot l-llll JlOW VII iV II qi Lliv
competion, the cost ot stamps has been
reduced about ?o per thousand. One
ninth of all the stamps sold are disposed
Secretary Evarts is said . to be the
lather of se veral daughters who resem
ble their father to a T they are home
ly enough but great conversationalists.
As a cheap expedient these hard
times, paper shirts are about to be in
troduced. If mado ef a story paper
they might have too many tales.
The 'revolution in South America
continues. In a great battle near Man-
ezales, State of Cauca, the Government
forces were "victorious ! Losses on both
sides heavv. ,
A bird in the hand will fly away
unless held tight.
'Waiter," he yelled, with an awful roar,
"This napkin, I'm sure, has been used be
"By tour, sir, no," did the waiter say;
"You're only the third that's used it to
The increased price of whalebone ef-
AU the "mutual". there was in that
To-day the pioneers hold a meeting
in Salem, the object being to make ar
rangements for the annual reunion which
takes place in June.
D. II. Stearns sold his interest in the
Portland IJee, last week, to W. S.
, Chapman. ' The" new editor and pro- I New Jersey insurance company was the
prietor is making tlie Bee a way up mutual stealing by the four highest of-
. - I The Graphic calls upon all the law
Mrs. Duniway, of the 27ew North- J yers to cut down the fees one-half. The
west, has reached her home in Portland best wa? ia for one-half the public to
- , . . p , cease going to law,
one year. "Welcome, Aby.
railway franchises through Sonora to j
Arizona, in the interest of a JNIexican
and Xew York Company.
The following are the conditions at
tached to the promise that the Porte
will make peace with Montenegro,
accept the protocol and send an embas
sador to St. Petersburg to arrange the
matters of demobilization. Sehonvaloff
communicated the foregoing to Lord
Iostmastors appointed : Ilomer I).
Harkness, Le'and, Josephine county;
A llison Steers, Mt. Hood, Wasco county,
Oregon; Jeremiah E Henkle, Philomath,
Ilenton county; Siias W Crane, Sumner,
Uenton county; Samuel T Gosa. Scap-
poose, Columbia county: Mrs Z 1 Lee,
Warm Springs, Wasco county; James
Dermatt. Pleasant Grove, Yakima coun
ty, W. T.
Theie were 55 deeds recorded in
Marion county last month, 33 mort
gages, and 10 marriage licenses issued,
and 18 chattle mortgages filed.
The Jackson county delinquent tax
list will amount to 5,000.
Astoria repudiates the fact that it
boasts ot its 30 saloons, for it has 40.
Only one marriage license was grant
ed in Umatilla county last month.
The Lake creek Greenback club fa
vors filling all offices by a direct vote.
Twenty or more steamers will make
1 'i-m t i.i"iil Architect,
ALIl.VNY, : : : : OliEGOX.
OVKICE With W. II. Kuliii
fi ksU'Ksce -Corner Colirx
pooia anfl Sixth
fects horses a good deal. Men who , their i)eadquarters at Astoria this season,
can't afford to buy a whip nov use a
There is at the present time in the
Mexican treasury the sum of seventeen
cents in specie. It has slipped into a
crevice and cannot be got at.
Senator Cameron's experience with
There seems to be more hope now
than ever heretofore that the peace ot
Europe has been secured and there will treasury girls has so unnerved him that
be no war. he has taken down a bust of Minerva
which has always stood in his room.
II. u. ornery is lecturing on the rea- Tfae Cincinnati Commercial calls
rons "why he believes in spirit commun- snow-clouds "cirrusses." It is evident
ion " at Union. I that the political strain on the nervous
- t - 1 eysiem asu & injareu our uriguussic suu
Late rams in Southern California J best men.
liavft m-eatlv elated the people, who now Ttere are lots of men m this country
look forward to good crops. who don't care fotf money, but they feel
again if the ink has only touched one
have returned to Oregon,
settle in Portland.
Kellv is to wr-
I jrt -t ' . ' i
urace vjreenwooa maKes a ieiiow
wink when she asks : ''Where will we
.11 L- J!A 1 A -v.-r. . , - O
A. IL Morgan was elected school di. rJTJ WJJv"
. 1 n T All, im, xf rAavlr at t.hfl I . . f J
rectur, max -. t . iu.ui.cj w.v,. t i bucq auo :
Portland election on wonaay. The manufacture ot crooked whiskv
" , . T ... . should cease, even it revenue officers
The Linn county Teachers Institute, to .. Drocegsion of Amer.
after a pleasant aud profitable meeting ican citizens. Its bad enough to endure
.1 tnreo uavs. nao au uuniuu.. .. i guaiKuinuwibib
"Work is progressing, in all stages,
upen 189 new buildings iu the city o
Several Lake creek farmers intend
putting up warehouses along the river
Jay Beach, of Fort Klamath, will
shortly receive a lot of fine trotting
horses from Kentucky.
It costs $2.00 for a four horse team to
cross the Faileigh bridge on Powder
river in Baker county.
The new Masonic Hall, at Jackson
ville, is ready for the alphabetical gentle
men with pinafores.
Times are getting a little easier. For
fifteen cents you can now buy a genuine
imported Havana cigar that tastes of
Ella B. Washington, a great grand-
niece of the Father ot his Country, sues
Walter S. Church to recover 013,000,
which 6he alleges he has withheld from
her as collector of 20,000 due from the
State of New York for relics ot George
and Martha Washington. She was
formerly wealthy, but losses entailed by
the war forced her to sell these relics.
The South American Republics, des.
pite fiequent domestic political over,
turns, are apparently prosperous. Even
Bolivia, that isolated and little-known
Republic, is about to build a line of rail
road which will connect La Paz, the
capital, with a sea-port town on the
narrow strip of land which is Bolivia's
only frontage on the Pacific.
'From present indications,"" says Uie
Dalles .Monitl'ifw.'r. "we may expect an
iinmeii-e immigration in thi.-n side of the
mountain-: thU season from the Willamette
vailey and Call torn in.
A shivering trampstole Mat Obenehain's
overcoat at Jacksonville last week, and
Mat was cruel enough to telegraph to Kose
hnrg to have him arrested should the poor
devil dare give the garment an airing.
A Wasco county correspondent ot the
Dallas Jtemi-ir says : "In regard to the
silver wells, there is silver in nearly all of
them, hut not so much as has been'report-
ed, out our assayer thinks some of them
will pay to work."
A white hull promenades the streets ot
Kosebuig, a terror to the red headed peo
ple, lie gored and killed K. M. Moore's
horse last week, among his many other
The young ladies of Callapooia have
agreed not to receive visits from smokers,
drinkers, chewers or card players, and now
sit at home meditating whether it would
be breaking their pledge to meet their old
beaux on the boulevards.
Last Wednesday, Alex. Gilliam, of Dal
las, attempted to throw a grubbing hoe to
a man some distance off when it slipped
and struck his uncle, A. J. '.iillium, with
the blade in the small of the back just be
low the left kidney. The wound was so
severe that Mr. Gilliam's lite is despaired
The mind's are making the most of the
late rains on Coyote creek and are taking
out a good deal of dust.
John Gates, of the O.S.X.Co., has bought
machinery in the Kast for two more steam
el's to run to Astoria.
One hundred families intend leaving
Wataman county, Minnesota, this Sum
mer, for Oregon.
Thos. Watts lost 200 head of sheep in
the Xannteka country during the Winter.
The grass there Is ot a very poor quality.
A boy named Badlock was riding a cay-u-se
last week, when it lell breaking its own
neck and bruising the boy considerably.
All the criminal cases tried at the late
term of com t at Jacksonville grew out of
family troubles. Moral : Become a wid
ower. Sheep can get better support from one
acre ot altalfa than twenty acres of wild
pasture, besides producing more and better
wool, and with fewer losses to lambs.
Ilinton, who lived near Rock Point, on
Eogue river, and who has been missing for
some time, is now thought to have lieen
killed and thrown into the river by Daugh
erty, who was sent to the penitentiary
last week from Jackson county.
Unexpected rains on the 31st ult., has
put a new face on the prospects of the
Southern counties ot California. Bee
keepers estimate the rain has tribbled
their honey yield.
On account of a religous disenr-sion in
a Broadway saloon, San Francisco,. Tohn
McDonald knocked Thomas Jones down
and Jones in return shot and killed
The people of Union turned out in
full force last week, and built a neat
and substantial fence around their grave
yard.' :" :; V
- Base ballists who want a "hot " game
had better send a challenge to the Arctic
club of Union.
MRS. AXXA WIHTSOX,
1 tap ON 11 v" nn'' ""'" eontnntlv ro
i !?..,. ! t?C lntext in Millinery. All
work doi'ic-Zand good s."W at s lowest "ites
JOTK K IS IlKRKHY tilVEN that the under-
XTir.i. STAM THE ENSUING
t to i lie lcjili ot July,
SEASON, COMMENCING AI RII- TinitD AND CONTINUE.
At Hie stlle ! A. IT. JIAKKII AM., Albany, Tncsdaj I. 3., "WntaesOay "" Thare-
cilny A.M. l'-n-U wcm-S. . im
Al tlie cntaMe f .ner. isensi v iihihiwii, miriu, m m-jwij . .-..--
Momlny A. M. ot ent-h eck.
Tkhms- Twcnty-fl ve dollars C S. fjoUl coin t lie ?ason, d-5e at the end of tbe season.
1 lnvp ome rmro Jcrsov cutf ! for s.-i!o. Every family tl'ict kpoiw a oow shoald hnve a 3crsT
oratloastaliall" blood. 1'aities that lmve urd them will not t!o without them if they are to tur
''Tally in pril I will isiu- a firculur w ith fine; cnRi-avinirKOf my niarrs and liorws.a view of my
ani.. " rhPX hloV-y of i be lVr-hero., nd -hy i!.ry nre nr.-lVm,.! to.olbr lame rf
unaa liinis..n l.c-c-ecliiiir ; tho diuaml lor large horses m i.uropu ami Amertva, Ac Xttey will m
sent on nitilic"it ion.
March i, lT7-vyu-
V. C MYEK.
Are Have IT.
Mori-i-s clc-cc;;ic-l. in pmsuance ot mi orclcr of
1 he-1 'cmnly t ccurt of i.inn oniny. i-c-.joti. niudc
and c-iiic-iv-1 of ivc-oi'd at the March term thereof
in the year lr-77, wiil, on the
2S.' 1vj of Ast-if, 1S77, '
at the hour of one oVIot-tc in t'io aftemoon of
Kii.l clay, at tlie Court liou! door in the city of
Alhany", in I. inn rouhty, Oregon, sell at imlilio
auetion, to tlio liii,'iH l Diciaer, ror j;oiii coin,
eash in hand, I he loiiowin riescrilK-d real pro)
erty l.'lcTiirinir to aifl es'ate, to-wir :
The nor; h haM'of tlie sonihwesr quarter of
bloek No. l-7, in lla'-kleman's addition to the
city of Albany, in Linn county, Oregon, as de-tier'ilM?-.!
on I in niiitw and j!at of paid eit v, on
record in the otliee of the County Clerk of Linn
county. Oregon. W". II. lit iI.Tli.l,
March ls"7-v9n2S Aiiuiinisti-Htor.
Br. GEO. W. GRAY,
A LEA AT, OJ!KUOA
Oftic-e in Parrish's Brick rloe, corner of First
and Kcrt-v street. Residence oa corner of
Kifth and 'Kerry streets. Office hours from Sto
12 o'clock a. si.', and 1 to 5 o'clock p. M. t4tv
Are Vmi oisig to I2tiill i
IF TOC AftE OOIN(i TO T?rlf-T A5 T HOUSE,
liarn or lence, ?enl in your orders to Sottlt
meir A. 1 ia wson, lehanoil, who have on liancl
and are sawing pine, red, white and yellow- lir
lumber of the very lx-st quality, which they
will sell as low as the lowest.
SETXLEMEIU & WAWSO.V.
March 10, 1H77.-2JVSI !
Notice ot Final Scttlcnit'iit.
NOTICF lis HEREBY GIYKN THAT IA1T
FKOMAN, Administraior of the estate of
.1. V. i.riives. deceased, has filed in lite County
Covtrt d'i.inn count v, Oregon, hisflnal aeconnt
for settlement of said estate. and the sa'd oint
has aimointecl Friday, the tit h day of April, 1H77,
at the hour of one o'clock in tlie afternKn of
said day for hearing ohieel ions to said filial ao
countand the settlement thereof.
Iltimphrev Hewitt. Atts. Administrator
March 9," 1&77-21VDW4
X5IK U5;SX RE3SEI1" IX TSJK
TTZSr. THROAT ASI
s.vxfi.s asm rm
jl U E U S A T I S 31 .
wtn "i.'1 gatlicrcfl on the spurs of the
in the hotter clitna uv' ,
titty per e.-nt. of resin of Ko'deolore. gnm
the I'ropcrtios of which are"RBI"'
lienlinp;. and especially atlattt,: to i"
wants of the system in ease of Lung
ease anil Kheuinatistn.
The hisrh estimate which the Spnnish
placed upon it on account of its tneilicinal
qualities is manitcst lrom the name they
gave to it, many years ago Ycrhasanta,
or "Herb of the Saints." The natives ot
Southern Oregon and Northern Californi.i
have used it iimneniorially as a Illieninaiia
remedy. The white population In the re
gion where it grows have used ami prieu
it as a throat ana lung mtxiicine. ror;i
time they oalleil it Lung Weed; but give
valuable testiilion'uils as to its virtues in
Wheiivon open one of our pacKage,
keep it excluded lrom the air as much as
I have used it in my family for four or
five years, and regard it as one of the best
family medicines sve ever used. A t'lt-ct-
ure is maiiut-.icturea lrom it in vuicumaii,
and sold at 75 cents per ounce. A single
one of our packages make eight ounces ot
tincture, which is worth I lie hruO
from which tins valuable medicine B gath
ered, is only found in a narrow belt of
country in Southern Oregon, and along the
Sierra Nevada Mountains, and is supposed
to have be en gathered from Mount Gilea3
thousands ot Tears ago, and the goal ex
tracted ai'd sold in Kgypt and in Tir b&r
fore the times of Solomon.
Dr. Xieklin, ot Eugene Cityy says S
" Yo-ir IJalir is one ot the best preserved)
herb I ever saw, and is worthy of a higher
i price than you put upon it."
! Rev. S. K. Raymond, of OafcTn3 Ors
! gon. says : went to California to recov
er from Consumption.' The Doctors t her or
j g-ive me up, and told nie K Ijhatl any
' friends I wi-died to see I liad beWPr gs cj
! see thctn, as 1 could live but little While
i longer. On my way to Oregon I com
I ineuced using Mountain Balm; 'it helped
! me; I continued its tide until it c'xred J
j the disease." " '
Mr. W. T. Osborne, of Eogene GTcy,
savs : "I know a young man who appeared
to' lie in the last' stages of confmmpthwi,
1 atH-j hv u-ing Mountain Balm or Yerbae-
Tlio Lake creek Adage is the name of
a new weakly.
TVTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the nn
J.N dersiuned, David Froman. has Ueen, ly an
order of the County Court of Iinn county, i.ir-
pl'oii. made at the Fehruarv term thereof. 1877.
duly apr-ointecl Administrator of t he state of
Scimre iionigomery. ueeeaseu, unci an persons
liHvinar -lain;s nurtiiust said estate are hereliv
rc-cinesled to present, them, ..duly vt rilled, to
ihe undcrsismed at hi place of business in Al
bany, in 1-inn emu ly, Or gon, within six
months from the date hereof.
Februarj-10, 1877. DAVID FROMAN
".TOTICE is hereby given toall rtersrms whom
XN soever, not to purchase of John D. Hunt a
eertain promissory note of the amount of 778.
59. exeeuted December Kith, 187. and due Jnlv
1st, 1877, by the undersigned to suid llurd,as
the makers thereof hold valid eiaims and set
offs against tlie nomer. John l. Ilnrd.
SETTLEJIEXU & DAWSON.
February 1, lK77-nr.(v
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it he tm
dersiirned 1 as been duly appointed Ad
ministrator of the estate of J.D. Kay, deceased.
bv an order of the County Court of Linn r-oim-
ty, urejeon, ana an persons havn! claims
against saicl estate are liereby required to pre
sent the same duly verilial to the undersigned
at ld residence In I.trvn county, within nix
nioni ns irotu me uate nereoi.
letiruaiy 1, 1877, -tw W. C. FOBEN
t"i ie ueca.o11 a iir,miiY juuug "i.
Toorh I; Moore". MJliHre, CwF,
p.ys: -Ihavc.v.wn .Ciuainfed wita ttm
shrub known as Verb.;'' ff m 7rr
and know it to be a very vlua!!f medwa,
Loth for the Lung and KtieUtuVtiMtf
Ir. Kimball, ot Kimball & AVeltOn Ketl '
BlutVs. Cal., savs: "I have been aaojUaitvt
rd with i be phrub known as VerbasautX,
for many ysar., and know it to be a groat
Lung medicine." '
"I left Missouri with the consumption.
Beached ilock Point, Jackson county. Or.,
and vn taken down; I took a tincture of
Mountain B.nlnn and chewed the leaf more
or loss, and in four or five days it cleaned
out my lungs liandsctiriely, and I resumed
my journey; audi now. alter .several
months, my lungs still seem well. . :
-" j ; ' A.'B, c. -
fTFor sale at the drugstores of Bell &
rai kcr, and John Fdshay. 7v3
CITY DHUa STOSE-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BEE-HIVE STORE I
Blew Stocls a.xid
THE UNDERSIGNED liavinir pnrehased the
eiitli-e s-xck of A. Carol hers A Co., aud
placed it under the management of J r. N .Hen
ton, late of Iowa, assisted by t. B. Ilenton,
who are novy rettttinr and adding extensive
addit ions of new stock, and fr tn their long ex
perience and thorough knowlede of the busi
ness ill all its varied de)iartmonts, feel assured
that we shall be able to render full satisfaction
to all who umy favor us with their patronage.
Our prescription department wii' at all times
r nili.c-te l bv men eminently qualillcd for
the responsilile and Important work,
We cordially in-tte the citizens of Altany
and sarroondins: conntry, when in need of any
tliina; usually kept in first-olass drui? houses to
call on us, corner of First and fcllsworth streets,
Albany, Feb. 23, 177. .. C.W.bHAW;
Groceries, Teas, Frovis'as,
oltVes, NiiH-s, Oried I'rnlts, &
fc-iEverythinK nice and fresh,
KIKST STEEKT, ALBANY, O&EQQ&L
Tlie l ine Koactoter 6bMi4
TS A BEACTITCT. DAITLK BAY, IB hands
X. nich. and weiuh al)ut 1,3(10 pounds. Wa ;
sired hy old Vermont, one of the finest road-. '
sters that ever trod the Pacific coast, iind can
show t he finest stoci. His dam is a Mors an '
and MessenRer, and prtHlueed fine horoe.ft.onA
of which sold, at four years old, fof (S jhm; (in
yerlinii sold for 250, and one three year old in
worth 1.. , ' "
VEKMOXT will lxs found at tny farm. l-r
miles south of Aany, from -the first of Arr-.l
until 1 be 15ih ol July, 1877. Teb.ms-i) the
season, payable at the end of tlie season. Fis
tiire free to mares from a distance. '
-March S", lsji-3tv8 JJ. LLTE.