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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1880)
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A Few Well-stated Fnets rnmnilBi
eio Her IM-ooptrto, AdfuUgfti
XY. FRIDAY, AUG. 27, 1880.
.S. A. GARFIELD,
FOR VICE rRKSlPKXT.
Chester A. Arthur,
OF SEW YOKK.
Ou the evening- of the 10th lust, the
-Secretary ot the Navy made the opening
speech of the campaign ' at tils home in
Terra Haute, Indiana. In the course of
his eraarks he sai J : "The right of every
citizen to Tote at Uio national election
wili be maintained, it necessary, by all tho
power o( (lie Government, supported, it
needed, by the army and navy." This is
the Mod ot talk to suit all lovers of Amerl
cail Institutions. Tlie Constitution guar
antees all legal voters the privilege of the
mchisc, and there is not the least doubt
:;it the Goverumeut has constitutional
nd legal power to uphold and protect
its right in every State In this Union
irery citizen has the privilege, guaranteed
oy tle highest law in the land, to cast his
vote in November as 1ms may elect, and
no man or set of men have a right to Inter
fere with this privilege lit any manner
whatever. And when it is made clear
that this right is denied in any part of
this broad Union, then it becomes the Im
perative duty of tlte Government to see
that each and every citizen shall be pro
tected In this right at whateverjeost. Shot
guns, Ku-Klux and I rat id have too long
run rampant In portions of this country ;
thousands ot men have been driven from
the polls, beaten aiid murdered in cold
blood, merely because they have offered to
exercise the right of freemen at Oie ballot
box, and w are glad to know that at last
the Government has awakened to the im
portance ot the occasion, and one so high
in authority announces that "the right ot
every citizen to vote at the national elec
tlou shall be maintained." It a fair,
honest, legal vote U bad throughout the
Union, then Gen. Grafield will be elected
by an overwhelming vote. X early every
Southern State will cast its vote for the
Republican nominees. There is an honest
. Republican majority in Flori.la. Louisiana,
both the Carolina, and even in Virginia,
the birth-place ot Secretary Thompson, it
Republican voters are allowed equal politi
cal privileges with their opponents. It is
true' that the lawless Democrats of the
South concoct their plans of fraud and in
timidation in secret, ami are ready when
the day of election arrives to promptly
execute them simultaneously In every
precinct, but It U a point of great moral
force gained In favor of a ffcir vote, when
tlie country is assured trom o high a
source that the President and Cabinet
have resolved not 'to let the lawbreakers
have their ow n way everywhere without
a contest. It will cripple their plans
materially to force them into a hard fight
on their own ground to maintain thetn-
selves ; and should the protection be given
as promised, a huge break in the -'solid
South" will be effected, which will settle
Hancock's case even should he carry New
Jersey and Connecticut. The defection
of Florida and Virginia alone would
effectually "cook ids goose."
Chairman Runnel Is, of the Iowa Reptib
lican State Committee, has been east as tar
as New Hampshire, and after five weeks'
absence, has carried home most cheering
reports to his party associates. The Des-
3loines Register thus report him :
teel well satisfied that we shall be able
to confront the solid South witli a solid
Norlh. From 1872 to 1876 our party had
been steadily losing strength with every
successive campaign. The tendencies In
1379 were all against us. Now the sltoa
tion is entirely reversed. From 1876 nn
til the present campaign we' have been
growing stronger every year. The party
Is more confident and more hopelul than
It has been at this stage of the canvass in
any presidential year since 1808. We have
no factional differences. All are united
and working together for success."
The latest scheme to Interview the North
Pole is by means of balloons so constructed
as to be proof against the usual accidents.
Three of these air ship" were recently in
flated at the Alexandria Palace, London,
and the experiment proved a success. It
is said the cars can be warmed and provid
ed with all appliance for comfort and
scientific research. Even with these con
veniences it is feared the Pole will be that
boom from whence no traveler returns.
frank Parker, of the Staterman, and M. C.
Harris, of the Toon Talk, both publialied at
Wall Walla, W. T met on tbe street of that
elty last Sunday evening, and engaged In a eon
roversr, whlcli culminated In Harris drawing
pistol and firing Parker, happily miming
charge of assault and battery, bat the charge
nroutfht by Parker of assault with intent to
kill, may result differently. An article reflect
ing on Parker, published In Town Talk, caused
Albany Collegiate Insiittite sew Dealt.
"Albany Collegiate Institute opens for
the reception of scholars on Wednesday
next, September let. New desk, similar
to those in use in the high school in Port
land, have been ordered, and will be placed
atsoou as they arrive.
Mr. "Editor : That your readers may
become better acquainted with facts con
cerning this little city, I feel inclined to
write up some of them, thus inducing
settlers to make It their future home.
Sclo was located on Thomas creek, in
the forks of the North and South Sunt lam,
and about five miles from either, some
thirty years ago. The country around is a
very good grain and grass producing sec
tion of I ho valley. It is a sort of natural
focus for trade and excliai'ge a large dis
tance around. For a number of years past
her powers have been waning, o'vlng to
the improved facilities for getting out ot
the forks by bridges and better rtwds to
Albany and Salem. Yet a largo amount
ot business Is left with her merchants.
millers and mechanics, and now that the
railroad Is rushing forward at a rap!d rate
and will be completed to Sclo In the next
forty days, she seems to be getting up her
yonthlnlness and vigor of former days.
Every man woman and child seems to
move with incrensed impulse.
The warehouse and depot have been
located In the western limits, and lumber
Is now In process ot delivery from Jeffer
son. Wheat. sacks have been sent out to
the many farmers who are actively taking
litem away, having full faith that the cars
will soon lie here. But aside from rail
road consideration, Sclo has many oilier
inducements for settlement. The foot-hills
and table-lands gather closely around her,
and the green mountains rise up in grand
uerjust beyoivl these, all covered as they
are with huge tir trees, whilst about their
bases the young firs seem to rise up at
their feet, giving promise of a renewed
For tlie infirm and the sickly, Sclo offers
many increasing hopes of recovery. The
air is pure and the water purer still ; with
the many fascinating views which rise in
succession giving out the voices of many
teutler-throatetl birds the soul or the lis
tener drifts away into many a calm,
as yet the eyes behold In the tar away
Mount Jefferson ; and there remain Mount
Hood, and both eternal glaziers, bringing
tbe mind back to the period when glaziers
hung ana floated upon these Cascades, and
these beautiful valleys, :he latter the
bottom ot seas.
Scio contains three drygonds houses-
I'he firm of Johnson 6 Lunn does a very
heavy business, Houston S Co. apjiear to
be doing very well. The same may be
said of Mr. Osbnrn. Chapman has opened
out a very neat family grocery, which de
mands a good trade. Uncle Oan is doing
business in the same line, and he makes
money by it.
This is a great place for blacksmiths, and
we have several of them. Moses smith
beats iron on the south side of Tliomas'
creek, in the Bible laud of Jerico. He con
siders it iiotdi-honorable to be a smith ;
neither did Elilio Burritt. Mr. Gill, the
silent man, holds forth In a smithy on the
Jerusalem side and the north, yet he keeps
a careful outlook tor that cardinal Mint ot
tire compass, even the west ; that west Is
tor Garfield, however. Two houses of
worship ate well attended by the Method
ist Episcopal people, the Cumberland.-", the
OkUide and Missionary Baptists, tnc
Christians or Campbellites. and perhaps
otlier. All these societies nave UKir reg.
ular pastors located with them In tlie vil
lage. The Sabbath School here is as good
as any in this State. Hie children of ail
these people attend it. and the Bible Class
also. Old father and elder Stlpps does the
preaching for the Old School Baptist peo
ple tall and bending as lie Is with the
weight of years, when in tlie pulpit he
reminds me of some tall, grand old oak
tree, whose outspreading limbs are bend
ing beneath tne falling snow, threatening
to break the main trunk ; but when I look
into his calm, blue eyes, twinkling with
tlie light ot sunshine, I forget the snowy
locks weighing him down to our mother
earth. Again when I pass his mansion,
and get sight of his two young gra nd-dangli-ters,
as so many butterflies flitting about
the bloom so clustered hi the yard, be
witching the eyes of young . who calls
them to go boat riding at the close ot tlie
day when yet the sun Is lowering nis
great red shield behind the coast rang? until
he dro;v into tl.e calming seas, I w
reminded that the old man will live yt
Rev. Mr. Hurlbert has located with tu
in ha own pleasant parsonage. He is
very genial and popular an able and
faithful minister of tlie Methodist people.
John Osborn preaches to the people for
the Missionary Baptists. He is a good
sermonizer, and hi? every day life preaches
his sermons over and over again.
Tlie friends ot the Christian order of
presented Rev. Mr. Barnes a nice and
comfortable parsonage, located not far
from tlie church house. He Is now settled
I the same for two years at least. So we
are not at fault in our religious pretensions.
The Rev. Samuel Miller Imlds forth for
tlie Cumberland church, and while hi face
Is so strange In Its actions, putting me for
cibly in mind of tlie persimmon action,
yet there are many good traits hid deep
away In his mak- np.
Scio sports with three doctors and sate
them she lias no mourners, for It Is so dis
tressingly healthy that no one sickens.
Dr. Martin has been hero twenty Tears,
and held all tlie lead lines in business ; but
now he is getting so very corpulent that he
could not move off it he would, for it
would be nearly impossible to pick him up
and then let hi in down again without
breaking him Into fragments ; so. as he is
comfortably situated, he will remain one
of our fixtures. Old Dock is a clever man.
Dr. Coon Is pleasantly located, and much
like the others, would be glad of a patient.
Until that happens lx will act as tlie most
affable agent of tlie railroad, until tlie Iron
horse blows fire and whirlwinds trom
steel bound lungs as he iiears the depot at
Scio. Dr. Coon is a public-spirited gen
tleman ; genfal and xmlling all the same.
Bv the way, he spreads bis eagle for
Dr. Kirk still holds on for his chances as
surgeon, physician and gynecologist ; hop
ing the railroad will bring patients from a
distance, as the country Itself produces
such meager supplies. However, he takes
courage from another source, since Dr.
Tanner will soon lecture here and tell us
how to live without supplies save water
and God knows we have plenty ot that, so
cool from the feet and toes of Mt. Jefferson.
Robert Pentland and son own the
best merchant and custom mills in the
State. They are gentlemen of correct
taste, and they love their mill.
Johnny Morris keeps one of the best ot
drug stores in every sense of the word.
So accommodating is lie in manners that
people will buy Ids goods whether they
need them or not.
Mr. Keatch will set up another fine
store ot drugs, etc., next month. We will
then have two drug houses, with gentle
men tor proprietors.
Two very good plain hotels are doing a
good business, yet If some one will build a
first-class house with all the improved
methods lor the accommodation of the
traveling public, we believe the investment
would be a good one.
A tew weeks since Mr. Sontherland, the
haiidsome clerk ot Mr. Houston, took
unto himself a new partner in the person
of a Miss Elizabeth Carv, tlie daughter of
Robert Cary, one of our suburban farmers.
There are more girls among these farmers
whose pockets are lined with gold dust.
Last Saturday evening our Doctor Ilol
drige (dentist) so smiling, led Miss Sarah
Beard, of this city, to his own prepared
house, to he a helpmeet to him while the
sands of life shall be ruuuhig down through
Scio has splendid water power for all the
machinery required to run a carding
machine and woolen factory, and many
other industries ; all ot which are needed
and woultl pay well. Messrs. Curl & Cala
van will locate a steam saw mill very near
to town soon. We leant that David
Myres will presently bring his planing
mill, door and sash factory to Scio. We
trust he will. Jim Kane keeps a saloon,
and so does Mel. Hamilton; and the latter
tor the accommodation of lovers of tlie cue.
a nice billiard table. Here young bloods
on bridges of sighs make many a miscue
and miss many a quarter of a dollar. But
while saloons will be kept in Scio, I know
of no man belter up to lite business.
The Blue Ribbon Club works against the
Interests of the men by electing town
trustees of their number and members, but
who continue to license men to do wrong
by granting Indulgences to commit sin for
the small sum of thirty-three cents per
The Chicago and Northwestern Railroad
Co. had over four million dollar's net earn
ings last year.
Tbe mining assessments One in Story
Co., Nevada, since January 1, amount
to over five million dollars.
A colored prostitntat Cheyenne saturat
ed her clothes with Kerosene and set them
on fire to commit suicide.
Judge Freedan denies the motion to
quash the indictment against Kalloch for
the murder of Charles DeYoung.
In the corn belt of Illinois the stalks arc
drying vi with heat, and drought will re
duce the yield greatly.
The police attempted to arrest a drunken
,.-mn it, xr, . ,,;.. Chine drawing him up
, i. . i i power and brnsmg his side and dtslocat
eave way and fifteen were precipitated ! , ,
r. , i, ii. i in and Iracturni: Ins leflariu.
Into a cellar and all more or less hurt. I "
' Ulr. J. W. RooIr, near Marsh field
Clackamas couuty, lost all his fences
last week by forest flies, and saved liis
house only by the exertions of himself
and neijjhbnrs in a two days' elrnggle.
The fire was the result of carelessness of
a neighbor wiio was burning and
clashing The people of Marshfield had
great difficulty in keeping the fire away
from their town.
The Riverside says : On last Mon
day morning as Mr. Ryon was oiling
tlie horse-power ot a threshing machine
on the farm of A. Nelson, some three
or four mile north of Independence, his
! blouse caught in the gearing ot the ma-
! chine drawing him up to the norse
There I talk of issuing silver certificates t
in small bills, hut the Treasury officers j
oppose it ami say it would be disastrous
to reduce the treasury balance to a silver
A yrtnng man named Waldrou came to
Snnnyslde, Georgia, having nin away
with hjs wife's sister, twelve years old.
and a mob took Mm from the Sheriff and
cut his head off.
There is exuitemcnt In New York over
gold discoveries in Fulton, Hamilton and
Saratoga counties, and chemical tests show
the existence of gold. A mine Is being
worked In Wells.
Several persons were kiiled by a cy
clone in Cass county, Dakota.
Dudley Field will leave his property
to his wife, except 810,000 to a niece.
Joshua OsgooJ is nominated tor
Governor of Maine by the temperance
Miss Nellie Ilolbrook, who 3lutnped
California tor Hayes, will make peeches
in New York tor Garfield and Arthur.
At Clayton, WinnebagocouBly, Wis
consin, Lewis Emmons shot his father-
Chief of the Bureau of Statistics report "-law, Albert Huxley, aged 78, and
thnr total values of Hip ornnrta of bread- I men KIIOl liimst'ir.
stuffs from the United States for seven
months, ending July 31, 1880, were $151.
411.463 ; for the name period of 1S79,.
A convention is called to meet at Boston
in October to consider the outlook ot
American ocean trade, which is very dis
couraging, -especially in view of the tact
that China is intending to engage with her
own ships ocean traffic.
The Spirit of the Times savs : Orin A.
Hickok offers to match St. Jullon against
any trotter or racer in the wot Id, mile
heats, be-t 3 in 5. for from $4,000 to $20,
000 a race. The Times adds : Unless
the challenge is accepted on behalftt
Maud S, we fear there is little chance of
A great deal ot timlr for railroad
ties is being cut on the Scappoose.
1). A. Levens, of Canyonville, sold
his cattle at Fort Harney for 40,000.
S. G. Van Dyke, one ot the old set-
1.1 -1 T 1 ...... 1 .
day. They say an ordinance compels ers o' JacKson county, uieu laieij m
them. It a majority of legal voters petition Phoenix.
At Waco, Texas, S. B. Alexander
having been arretted by officer Uallard,
when released, hunted him up and
It is reported that, Brownsville,
Texas, Las been almost destroyed by a
fearful storm that prevailed near the
month of the Uio Grande.
It is announced that Ben Butler is
out in favor ot Gen. Hancock, and will
make a speech for him soon in Faueul
WHEAT WANTED Z
Ballard, Isom & Co.,
Will pn v premium of FOUR CENTS per lmlt
el in Mill Feed, over and above the market
price, on till froo'l uterelinntablo Wheat stored
wit It litem thin wfrn.
Are alwuvs preparer! to pay eash down, and
puiimntee as kmk1 pi lees ns can Itc obtained
elsewhere. A large snpply of sacks always on
We have our Mill fftte'l np with all the latest
Improved iimchtnerv. and do custom work.
Albany, August G."lttetM:2ii45
Xo Preminm on Wlimt mt the Albnnjr
APRClt'AXt'E. however, Isttiven to all dc1r
itts? to store Kntin, that the Alltnny Fann
ers" Co. wil. more Wheat at the rate of four
cents per hnsliel, and at at three cents per
Imsliel. The Co. Hj?rees to fHithltilly strive to
seenre the highest prices possible for grain, free
of charge, exept storasre. Wo promise not to
enter into any combination to keep down
prices. Arrangements have leen made for Insuring-
giuitt. and for securing advances on
jfrain delivered and insured.
1). Mamifielu, Sec. M. II. WILDS, Pres.
them. These councr.men forget in some
mysterious way that they can repeal
The farmer are well pleased with what
God lia done for them in bonnlifnl crops
of wheat and oats ami flaxseed and hay,
etc. I never saw them look so good
natured ; yet there U one evil they will
not give up, ami that is to labor on the
Sabbath day. God will all the sooner take
them away from hU Sabbath day.
The Rev. Mr. Dank, ot Portland.
preached in the Methodist Episcopal
church last Sabbath morning, and again at
the evening hour, to a crowded house ot
attentive listeners. He made a very fav
orable impression upon the minds of the
people. He gave evidence of good scholar
ship and lervent piety, with a flue knowl
edge of the Scriptures, lie ministered in
room ct Rev. Hurlbert. Yours, So-So.
The Confederate Avownl.
A speech deliverer! by Wade Hampton
In Virginia quir? recently, as a plea for
Democratic harmony in that State. Is at
tracting a great deal of attention all over
the country. Thesereh was published in
full by the Staunton Valley Virginian, and
Is being republished all over the northern
States a an explanation why the south Is
solid for the Democratic party. Here Is
one ot its most notabl passages, given ex
actly as spoken by General Hampton :
Consider what Lee and Jneksnn would do
were they alire. THESE ARE THE
SAME PRINCIPLES FOR WHICH
THEY FOUGHT FOR FOUR l EARS.
Remember tlie men itho poured forth their life
blood on Virginia soil, and do not abandon
them nme. ' Remember that vpon your rote
depends Vie success of the Democratic ticket.
It appears that Hampton, In alarm,
has authorized the publication of an
edition of the speech with this and otlier
passages ellmirated. But the Staunton
paper, with a zeal as indiscreet as his own,
had reported him In full, hoping his ap
peal in tlie name of Lee. Jackson, and the
cause for which " blood was poured out on
Virginia's soil." would unite all Demo
cratic factions once more In a common
cause. The speech Is a snhject of general
comment in the eastern, press, and several
allusions hae been made to it in the tele
The statement is made that military
companies are being organized all over the
Smith, under the late inilUia law, the arms
being furnished by the general Govern
ment. In this way the South Is being fur
nished with the latest and most approved
arms from the Government arsenals, with
plenty of ammunition, etc. So they will
be prepared for any little stratagems that
may be necessary to make tlie boasted
solid South. The threat has been made,
even on the floor of Congress, that the
Democracy Intend to place their nominee
in tlie Presidential ciiair whether he be
elected by the popular vote or not. The
South evidently Inteuds to try the " bluff"
game once more, even it ene noes not
really mean to fight.
Tom Merry, ot the Dalles Empire, ac
cording to tlie Canyon City Neivs, took a
four days hunt in that bailiwick. He
took along a five gallon can of "sweet
milk" to sustain him, and killed two mosr
qtiitoes and lamed one grasshopper dur
ing the hunt. The immerse quantity of
"sweet milk" doubtless is what made
hi hi sp "game."
Gen. Gai field pas- two eousins in
Umjiqua, to-wit : ilrs. Fitch and M rs.
Hunters are said . to frequent the
Siskiyou montitaii:e, who kill deer just
to sell the hides.
The State Journal says a man named
Wii-e, .charged -villi house-breaking at
Junction, lately broke jail at Eugene
On the farm ot John Miller, on Ap-
plegate, nine acres ol barley yielded
i.u.ety bushels to the acre ; so it is reported.
Bushes are bowed down with black
berries m the forest patches alxmt As
toria, and numerous parlies "as ot old"
The Plaimlealer asserts thai a won
derfully valuable quali.y ot coal Ja
lieen discovered in Douglas county, 18
miles from Hosebnrg.
Cattle buyers are in Lake county,
hut she stock men there expect 23 to
825 for four-year-olds, $21 lo 23 for
three-year-olds, und $20 tor dry cows.
The streams are well supplied with
mountain troul i i the vici"ity of As
toria, and the tlictples of li-aac Walton
are corre;-po.idiiig!y happy.
.Scared by two wiid hosts thev mis.
took for grizzlies, a parly ot hay
makers near Lakeview gave np pos
fessiou of their camp and the hogs ate
A quartz ledge in Rocky Gulch,
Jackson county, is prospected by a tun.
nel 300 feet long, aid the ore crushed
yields 20 per ton. So says the Ash
The Astorian says : The Summer
reporters trom Portland and' other in
lat'd towns of Oregon and Washington
are having a really grand time at the
various resorta in the vicinity of Astoria.
The Itoseburg Independent says
that the mountains towards Coos Bay
are on fire and a terrific roaring is
hear), and the same is the case south
of Canyonville, immense trees steadily
falling. Deer and bear seek the open
prairies tor safety.
James Gordon Bennett is 42 years
old and is quite gray.
The market for new wheat at Mo
Minnville opened at 72 uentea. The
MoMinnville Reporter ' says : Our
farmers are in good spirits over the
out-turn ot grain in that section, so far
as harvest has progressed. Without
exception the report comes that the
yield is exceeding by tar all calcula
tions heretofore made.
On Sunday morning of last week
on Trout creek, in Waco county, Gap
ett Manpin had some words with his
herder, whereupon the latter came upon
him with a knite and In defense 31aniiin
club! led him over the head, fracturing
the skull, from the effect of which he
died. This is Maupin's version. No.
one els was present. Upon repairing
to the place the knife could not be
Appointment ot I lie Oregon Annual 91.
The Oregon Annual Conference of the M. E.
Church. Bishop Wiley presiding, closed its ses
sion at Kugene City on Monday. It proved a
pleasant and profitable session to all. Follow
ing nix- the appointments for the coming con
ference year :
x PORTLAND DISTRICT.
F. V. Tower, 'Presiding Elder,
l'ortlnnd, Tavlsr street, J. H. Acton.
Portland, Hall street and Ames' Chapel, M.
Snlem, J. N. Tennison.
Knst Port "and Circuit. A. C. Fail-child.
Powell's Valley, C Aldersou.
Oi-oann Citv. It. J. Mi:n.
t 'lent Creek, to le supplied ny J. (1. Fttrgnson.
Milium: '1. to in- supplied ny s. S. Slijfliter.
Howell Pi-Rii ie, T F. Koyal.
ScioC. rcuii. W. llui lbuil.
1)11rh. .Ins. Mathews.
RherMon, Win. Putt.
Lafayette. T. L. Jones.
lttYo!i, N. l-ennc.
Lincoln, to le upp'ied by John McTfci.
Forest tirove and Cornc"liu. Wm. Rolierts.
Hill-loron!h. to Ik' niplie-l hy II. Patterson.
Tennan Mission, r rearrtcK Ilonn.
William Itoliert, Missionary to the Chinese ;
C. E. Luinlieit. President. Thoinaa Van Schov.
Professor in Willamette University, members
OI M'cm nuarteriv conterenee.
J. II. Sktdtitore. Principal of Sheridan AcHde-
mv. nicinrerof siiortdiin jnnrteiiv conference.
F. P. Tower. Ayent of WtUametO University.
ECBEXE CITY DISTRICT.
W. T. Chapman. Pi e-ddin Elder.
Kiwenc Cil v, I D. Ilriver.
Brownsville. T. I.. Snils.
Shedtls, H. C. Jenkins.
Ldlnnnn, II Hicktnan.snpply.
C'orrallis, S. A. Stai r.
AllMiny, I. Dillon. "
Ash!and. I.adi n Royal.
Jacksonville. P. A. Crowell.
1 Bin, Ci. W. IToork.
Monroe. P. M Starr.
S-M-insrtield. X. A. Starr.
Wilbnr, J. H. Wood.
Koseluirg. W. I . Nichols.
Siletr. J. I . Wolfe.
Klanin'h, L. M. Nickerson.
Fort Klamath Mission. J. S. McCain.
Lowell Rogers, President ; L. Kooal, Profess
or, in Ash!and Collesre.
L.J. Powell, superintendent of public in
struction in urejion.
PCGF.T SOfSD D18TRICT.
A. Atwood. Presiding Elder.
Seattle. J. F. IeVore.
Olvmpin, .1. MeCormnc.
New Tacoiiin. J. W. Miller.
Whidbv's Islnnd. T. B. fioodr-nstnre.
Fernilale and Xootsack, Indian Mission, J.
Pi rt Tomiserid. W. I. Cosper.
Tnniwaler. '. Derrick.
Chehali. Thomas Mascill.
Oystervil!e,T. M. liece.
Vancouver. L. A. Banks.
Astoria, John Pardons.
t owlitsc. Joseph N. weeneyt snpply.
Lew-is River. John F:inn.
White River. I). Sniiulditig.
Skngit, to he supplied.
Centerville. W. P. Williams, supply.
Has removed his stock of goods to tlie brick
lately occupied by the
Grange Union Store,
Corner YVnsIilujjton and First Streets,
where be will be pleased to meet old and new
Albany, Jnly 30, 1380.
X.. FI.INN. U. K. GUAMBE1U.AU.
FL1N & CIIAJIBEKLAIA,
Attorneys at I-.-w,
i"YFFICK-In Foster's new brick bloclc, nrs
door to tne left, np ctaira.
J. C. FOWKLL, W. K. Kiteo. '
PO WHJIiL 6 BILYEU,
Attorneys at Law ami Solicitors
ALBANY, - OltKOOS. '
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all point
Loans negotiated on reasonable term.
Office in Foster's new block. nltvll
J. Ii. WEATHER FOnO,
Attorney at JL."W,
ALBANY, : : OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DIFFERENT
com-to of the State. Seeiai attention giv
en to collections and probate mutter. Okfick
In Odd Fellows' Temple. Ii47vi0
I). It. X. BLAC KBIKX,
ATTORNEY AX LAW,
PROMPT ATTKSTIOX VIVEN TO ALL
business. 22 v 9 '
N. B. m-MI"HREY. C. E. WOLTIBTOS.
Humphrey A. Wo I vert on,
Attorney nncl C'onnsclom nC lw.
WI L I. PRACTICE IX ALL THE COURTS
of tli is St Hie. Om(Ein Froiuan's brick
(up stairs) Albjiny, OiinT . Iln49
I. II. MOXXAXYE, .
Attorney at Lavf
OFFICE Up stairs, over John Brlggs store',
on First street. , vIlnlA
C. II. HEWITT,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Office, Old 7ut Office Building, Albany, Oregon.
"X7ILI. PRACTICE in the different Courts ot
T the State.
K. II. .V. CIIl'RCIIILL,
HoiuueopntliieJ fbysiclan tul finr(M,
OFFICE-In Mcllwftin's brick. Albany. Osn.
Chronic diseases a (Specially. Can be found
at my office at all hours of the day or ninlit,
when not professionally absent. vlinlli
JT. SEJEt.lIAX, M. I.,
(SUCCESSOR TO DR. BEEWEK.)
OFFICE AX!) RESIDENCE On Second St.,
near Albany Euuiiie Co. No. One's eniriae
Albany City X2illsl
TIIESE MILLS WILL PAY
Four Cents Per Bushel,
in mill fceu Bran or Phorts over and n'win
t he marker price, tin (rood merchantable wheat
sold to us or stored at our tuill-
Call on us liel'on iiia'iinar yonrnrrnnirementg.
TnK. MONTK11 II SOS.
Allmny, Or., July 3D, lSSO-viiiUluil
. Iff. JOXES, M. .,
Physician and Snrgson,
ALMA XV, OKEtiOSI.
"VKFICK At rinnmiprt Inur Store, in Odd
t Fellows Temple. It ksiukkck- Second and
Washington streets, one block south of Ans.
Marshall's livery stables. 4Cvl2
In the County Court of the Stale of Oregon for
i. inn count v.
In the matter of the usluie of James A. Wil
son, a minor.
To Thomas T.Wilson. Isnac S. Wilson, John
f,. Wilson, Maria L. h iison. John A. Piaster.
Muruui'Ct A. Wilson and Martha J. Ualtourand
to all othei persons interested in the estate ot
utio James V Wilson, minor
In tne ntin.e of tlie State of Oresron: Pursu
ant to an order of the Countv Court of Linn
county, Orejron. nia 'e nust th, tsjin, you and
cavil ui ytu are ciieu anu requiruu io appear ill
sniu vourt on
Saturday. September Mth, 1SS0,
at tlie hour of one o'clock P. M. of said dav.and
show iwnss why a license should not. be Grant
ed to T. T. Wilson, Unardian of said minor, to
sell the renlestatc in said order described, which
said order is in words and Uu res as follows, to
Now. on this Hi h dav of August. 1KS0. comes
T. T. Wilson, ifnardiaii of the jn-rson and estate
of James A. Wilson, a minor, and presents his
lci ii ion hi i tie uinri , nuiy verineo oy ins own
oath, and tiled with the Clerk of this
uourr. snowinir mar it would im inr
the best, interests of said minor to sell the
real property of said minor described in said
Hititiou. that the same is lion productive, ami
it apnearina io tiie onrt that the allegations
MVl'l "'I ll It'll III II Ut-1,
It is ordered by the Court that the next of kfn
or said minor, Jauies A. Wilson, to-wit : Thom
as T. Wilson, Isaac S. Wilson, John S. Wilson.
i.in. s-j. w, Usui, uoiin j. i-iasior, Aiai?areT' a,
Wilson and Martha J. Balfour, and all other
IMirSOllS llll.rSlefl llllll.lulal.Af ai.lt
in and appear before the Court on Saturday the
rpHE PROPRIETORS of the Magnolia Mills
m. oner a I'reiniuin or
FOUR CENTS PER BUSHEL
In Mill Feed, over and above the market prtce
for eood merchantable WHEAT, either sold to
or siorcu witn incin tins season.
J. H. FOSTER & CO.
Albany, Jnly 30, 18S0.
Jan. , 18SO.vl2nl.
3. II. SAVAGE, H. D.,
Piiysicinn and ; Stirseoii.
Frontalis!! Brick, np stairs.
First street, : Albany, Ortron.
PHTSXCIA2T & SUSG-EOIT. .
A LICAN Y, j- t OKEOOTir.
OFFICE IN MII.WAIXS RRICK It LOCK.
Rcsideni-e - one door north of broom facto
ry, Lyon street. llvlS
JIMIS r. WBIITIMiiix, ASiTIST,
Fresco, Sign, Scene,
DESIC-N1XO A SPECIALTY.
Rooms n and 7. Parrtsh block, corner First
and Ferry streeis. Allmny, Oregon.
The Second Term will open on
Wednesday, Sept. 1st, 1SSO.
For particulars concerning the courses of
study and the price of tuition, apply to
Rev. EI.BEHT N. COXMT, Prca.
July 30, WS0vl2nl5
I. O. CLARK,
6Vrt:ESSCR TO J. B. VI ATT,
Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Iron, SI eel nod Mechanics Tools,
First door east of H. E. Younar,
l-.H.-t.VI', (vlln4! OREGON.
VTTT T A TtTETTS
MARBLE AXD ST0XE WORKS.
P. "WOOD & CO.,
Tile fo? Walks,
Bases fox Garden Fountains,
and all kinds of work done iu Stone.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
ALBANY, : . OKEUOX.
Mrs. C. Houk, Proprietor.
TIIIS IIOl'SK has been thoroughly overhaul
ed and renovated, and placed in first class
condition for t he accoiumodat ion of itsjtucsTs.
wood sample Koom tor i;oininerctal 'travelers.
General Btaste Olllce for Corvallis. Independ
ence and Ixjbanon. Free t om b to mill rrotu
the bum. vlln4'J
ji. i ua oi N-pieniiwr. lswi, at the hour of one tached thereto, under the seal of the Cr
. VerT,0v' of ald "ay.at the Court of saidcoiinrv.wiiitnandlnitiiiotoci
Couit Ilotise iii Linn county, Oregon, to slmw I said taxes bv lew and sale ot pnoperty, t
Sl"r!!..ny B "e'"!! siiouia not lienri-antedtoT. fore all persons owinu taxes as aforesaid
1. W USOIl. 1 lie (Ttturdian Of said niinnr. flip tU.. I ... ... ..lun.n tl.L nnlln. anil mmi
saie oi i no ui.niu uescriiHHl real pi-oiierty
"run. i lie until, ltieii r m-utvimi ii tntmwt in
lee simple in and to the followittif tractsof land
to-wit : The east hull of claim No dx in ti. i.-.
S It 3 W. liesr innintr at a point II. la ..lis s n.l
21.00 chains W of cornei-s tf Keel ions 13,14.33
and 21 in said townshin, ilHuiee running north
S8.12cbs, t hence eusi U2.su cits, thanee south 8t.
77 chs, thence west 57 MHtlis. thence north 26.08
chs, thence west 54.87 chs to the place of liejrin
ninit, lyiniiHiid Ix'tiiR in Linn county and Slate
of Oregon, and that tcopy of this order be serv
ed on I he next of kin of said minor by publish
ing tht same forthree successive weeks in the
Ai.sany--Keois.tkr, a newspaper of genei-al
niivuiutuiii in L.U1I1 counrv, urexon. H
Ij. FLIN N. (kimtv .Indcro.
. In witness whereof. I. N. Bauin. County Cleric
and e&oillcio Clerk of tuitil Countv Conrf. have
horounto set uiv hand iind aftied the seal of
vonri at my onice tuisain day or Ansust, issu.
; i-ounty v icik.
Notice -to Delinquent Tax rayers.
NOTICE IS HEKEBY (5IVES that the delin
quent tax lists for I. inn county, Oreson,
tor tne years iss ami ihjs nave oeen piaceo in
mv hands for collection, with a warrant at-
ni T ne t.ouniv
v olisnrvinrr this notice nun mnimi
forward and paying their taxes intniediiiteiy.
" J. J. CHAKLTUN,
SherifTand Tax Collector of Liiin ct ., ur.
Albany. Or., Aon. IS, 1880-3t
As wc sret our marble direct from the quar
ries, and have it selected with care, we cun as
sure custoiuers the
The Best Materials and Lowest Prices.
Or.ters from any part of the State promptly
fci-A II work warranted as represented.
gaphppuiid Works on corncrof Second and
Ellsworth streets, Albany, Oreuon.
WOOD 4c CO.
March 19, 18S(K:Vl2n25
a week in your own town. t3 Outfit
So risk, itenuer. it you want a
business at which persons of. cither
Notice of Finul Proof.
LAtiD OFFICE AT KtKBUPO, OR.,
August 7, 10. t
NOTICK is hereby srlven tlmt the toHowin
nanied settlor lias filed notice of his inten
tion lo make final proof in snprort of hisciaiui
and secure linal entrv thereof on Saturday, the
lit h day of Senteuilier. 1W0. Iiefore the Judie
or Clerk of Linn county, Oregon, viz : K. B.
Hnjrhs' Homestntd Applications Nos. 2231 and
32fi, forthe S H of St . SK k r.f.NW M, and
N K of 8W X. See. 22, T 14SB1 W, and names
the following as his witnesses, via: Harry
Hamilton. N. Kice. fireenbury Splann and Da
vid McHoiier.all of Cmv foi-dsville, Linn coun
ty. Oreiron. w. F. BEN J A M IX,
August 13. 18S0-)vl2w5
sex can make irreat pay all the lime they work,
write for lmiticiilurs to II. IIallktt Jt Co.,
Portland, Slalne. 48-1
Neatly executed at this oftk-e.
Porttirely t: Bat. T wCfn. vxr awarded th
hi'ihrM aiul rmy ,i-sfat 7irr--i rWAff plat'crt, atbolh
tht Ceno-nnial aa-l Pari Sxrtmitiaui, Widely and
favorably Jmoirn amimg pkpricieuu ma a great m
protmwM on Ik ordinary jwrom piaster. A
physician in ymir ovm InetiWy at"ftU it. The vain,
cle qnnJItfesot the common poronsptasterareia
this article (ncrensed 10 f old by new and ftt'icutific
medication. It relieves slmosi at once and curse
whore other plasters fail even to relieve. It is
without donbt the best remedy ever devised for
Lame and Weak Back, Rheumatism, Bpinal and
Kidney Complaints Hud all local schee andpshts,
Ai-oid hnit.itions.Sold by all Drappists, Price 5c
PEAacaT X Jouseos 21 rialt St., IJ. Propr