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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1880)
L. TltlSX. V e. K. CHAMBEBI.A'X.
PLKSf & CIIAIHBERLAIXt
Attorneys at Lavr
' ALBAWr, ' - OKEGOX.
VTrTCB-In Foster" new brick block, flrrft
door to the left, up vtsira.
C POWELt, W. It. EaVEV,
POWELL cfi liILYEL
Attorneys at law and Solicitors
Albany, . Oreoox. f
COLLECTION'S promptly made on all no . tit.
Ioans negotiated on reasonable terms...
Office in Foster's new block. nlivll
J. It. WBATIIERFOUD,
Attorney at Law,
ALBANY, I : OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DIFFERENT
COUrt Of the Slate. Sneeiui Xlvntinn vir.
en to collections and probate matters, office
In Odd Fellows' Temple. n7vlu
. B. X. BLACKBl'KN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
AIBA5T, t 1 OR1ASOK.'
PBOMI'T ATTEJiTIOS il VE TO A I.I,
M. B. HUMPHBEY. C. E. WOLTEKTOH.
Humpbrer & Wolverton,
Attorneys and Counselors nt Uw.
W JL AOTIOK IV ALL THE COURTS
...... i-IS'1- Of'K-inrroman'sbrick
(up stairs) Albany, Oregon. Un9
H. MOSTASI E,
Attorney at Law,
0FFI?Up stairs, over John Briggs' store,
on First street. vllnlS
. Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office, Oid Ixt Office liuildtng, Albany, Oregon.
W.L PRACTICE In the different Courts ot
the State. vllnSt
I. M. JOXES, OT. I).
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICEAt Plnmmer'a Drug Store, in Odd
Fellows' Temple. Resiiiekck Second and
Yvasninxton streets, one bloek south of Ans.
Marshall's livery stables. 46vl3
33. II. SAVAGE, II. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Fromans's Brick, up stairs.
First tree, t Albany, Oregon.
C. C. KELLY, OT. I.,
PHTSICIAIT & STT&CrEOlT.
ALBA XT, t t OBEOOX.
OFFICE IS McILWAIX'S BRICK BLOCK.
Residence one door north of broom facto
ry, Lyon street, llv 13
iUfcany Furniture House.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Bedroom Suits: Walnut, Ash and Maple Parlor
Salts ; Patent Rockers. Easv Chairs and
Lounges a specialty.
Extension Centre Xablcs,
Pillar Extension, etc.
A splendid lot of
Walnut and Hard wood Chairs ot an kinds,
In fact, I intend to keep a first class
I am thankful for past patronage, and
intend to make it to the interest of all
residents of this city and vicinity to
come and see me.
Corner of Second and Ferry streets,
ALB ANT, vl2nM OREWHf.
Santiam Academy For
eneaa SI on day, Sep.
SANTIAM ACADEMT is located in Lebanon,
... T!!n co,ln.tr,'-ron' the terminus ot
the Albany A Lebanon Railroad, and near the
line of the Narrow Gaue Railroad, in a pleas
ant and healthy part of the Willamette Valley.
The Academy is supplied wit h Philosophical
and Chemical apparatus, and a Library ot iwo
hundred and fifty volumes.
iTbe grounds are ample and pleasant, and the
tmildtntr oommodtoua. -
Board can be obtained in scod ftnTtllbx at
wnable rates. Rooms obTained by
those who wish to board themselves. Rooms
be nwleUJoUn Academy, if appUcaUon
BATXS OF TVITIOJf.
-HiKh School I"
Commercial Connie ....
3So incidental fee required.
.... 4 00
A Normal Class will be otrranfaed and esnecial
attention niyen to the Koruial meinods of
teaching. Including the Topie method) of in
struction, topical reviews of all the common
school branches, and contraeUoas- or shorter
methods in arithmetic
A mont hly report of attendance and standing
of students will be sent t parents and guardi
ans. It will be nnderstood that, wncre no previous
arrangement Is made, patrons will settle the
tnltton on or belbre the close of each term of 10
. . Stodenteean enter the school at- any time,
and tuition will be charged for the time they
are meiwbersof the school.
- Tbo government will be strict and Edncation
aL Our motto is : "Practical Education."
-Knowledge is Power." Ed neat Ion Is more it
Includes the ability to control and apply that
Students entering the school will be consider
od In honor pledged to sustain the rules and
good name of the scbonl by industry in doing
r-U-ht. Ko others will bo retained.
. i'or further particulars appiv to
Jf. L. GiL&RT, rUneipaL
Lflbanoo, Sept. A, luaso.
" rft1c of Final Settlement.
TtTCT-xrv. tn wrRVTtT C1VEX that Franklin
li ,A'rte', as ainiiiistrtor of the estate of
Vavid Fre--awCCI, i;u uifu lis niwu-iuuiy
ortwf t-in jrty,ai"eron,hisfinalaccount
tii in: ;fS3 i twt a: and said Court bas
iiki i ti iiavof At)-nst, 1330, at the
of one- '' n the aftet ooon oi day
time for Vf"j oi'Jecims to said i
if aay iluae , i'" t f--r t-e sptv-nseat
t ' Ik.NAXa. toEoLkf, -
id, is;&-vI3ao Adtainisttgc
ISSUED KVERY FRIDAY,
IN THE REGISTER. BUILDING,
Corner ferry and First Street.
COLL. VANCLKVK A CO., PROPRIETORS.
MAINE, JR. CULL. VAK CT.EVE.
One cony, one year .$2 SO
One copy, six months 150
single copies Ten cents.
WTTTGI ft ppik mar be fminrl on fl'o at t
A XIAO A JCXA7 AUXt) p. Rovrell a Go's Nwspi
Attverttslnir Bureau Oil Spruce St.), where advert isluij
contracts mav matltt fur it in N KVV VOKlk.
AjrcutD for she Register.
The following named frentleraen are author
Ir.ed to receive and receipt for subscription?
to the Register in the localities mentioned :
Messrs. Kirk A Hume Brownsville.
Robert Glass Crawford sville.
Reth Haves Hnlsey.
O. P. Tompkins Hnrrisbnrg
FRIDAY OCT. 15, 1880
EARNEST TALK TO YOITJIO VOTERS.
Ceo. (1"nllJ nITf n'tt'Km" j world, and has been heavily endowed by
Cleveland. Oct 9 The "First Voters" Mr. H. H. Warner, proprietor of the Safe
of the Garfield and Arthur battalion, ot ' Kidney and Liver Cure.and other remedies,
Cleveland, went to Mentor to-day by j Professor Swift has labored under n timer
special train ot six cars, and c.-illed on j ons disadvantages in the luist nnd the"
Gen. Garfield at his home. The train j new; comet which he recently found was
stonned at the farm and the battalion
hcade.I by a band marched to the residence
where Herman W. Grarums, president of
the organization, made a brief eulogistic
address to which Gen. Garfield responded
as follows : "Mr. Chairman and Young
Gentlemen : This is no ordinary event
iu the history ot any people, when as I
am told there are 400 yonng men here
who made the joorney.not for any person
al purpose, bot to express that great gener
al earnest purpose that arise in the hearts
of active, intelligent young men when they
first grapple the questions of their country.
I know nothing quite like this in onr
history. WitJiJall the pleasure it brings me
I am boundto say it brings a little disen
chantment, accustomed to consider myself
a young man Laughter and applause J.
If, therefore, on your arrival any body lmd
raised the question I should have asserted
with a good deal of indignation, if any
body had demanded it, that I myself was
a yonng man ; but they tell mo that yon
are to cast yotir first vote at a presidential
election. If that is so, young man as f
am, I was a voter bofore any of yot were
born. Applause. Xovv, young men
and voters, quoting the language of Rip
Van Winkle when he awoke from that
long sleep, "Who in the world am I ?"
Laughter and applause I must have
passed the very flush of youth at least, bnt,
yonng gentlemen, I have not so far left the
coast of youth to travel inland but that I
can very well remember the state of
young men from an experience in it of
some years and there is nothing to me in
this world so. inspiring as .the possibilities
that lie locked up in the head and breast
ol a yoroig man. Applause. The hopes
that lie before hisn, the irreat inspirations
around him, the great aspiration above
him, aK these tilings with the untried
pathway of life opening its difficulties .hkI
dangers inspires hitn to courage and force
and work. It is r. spectacle that the very
gods would look down on even in ancient
Roman days with more than admiring in
terest. Applause Now let me say a
single word or two in answer to this great
kindness and compliment in your coming
to my house, about some ol the thoughts
that I know get into the hearts of young
men to inspire them and some delusions
that are likely tn get into their minds.
Let me speak of one delusion that I think
from the remarks ot the young chairman.
you are not likely to have. It is a delusion
that effects all men more or less,, particular
ly the young men, the delusion that the
good things are way off yonder. That fs
one of the delusions that I hope yon are
not living. To illustrate that. Right over
here, filteen miles away where I spen- my
childhood there is a lovely little brook and
a gorge where we useil to go hi id find
slatestones nnd whittle them out into pen
cils better than any tliat were bronght
from abroad bot if any boy ever
brought info onr school what is not
in any English dictionary bnt in a school
boy's dictonary "boughten" pencils, lie
could get a whole handful cf our home
made pencils for it, and yet every one ot
ours was better than the beat that he
brought from abroad. There was a delu
sion among us that outside of us. away
from ns was glory, was greatness. Now,
as t oar conn try, let us not get any such
delusion into our heads. I know that it
was a good thing tor us to know all about
abroad, to know what it Is to enlarge onr
minds by it, bnt I want you to- feel in the
depths of your hearts that there Is no
abroad in all this world that Is half equal
to the grory of being an Amcricaii here
and at home to-day. Great applanse
Right here In this yard Is a splendid speci
men of American sovereignty. The roof
of a crown of this world of sovereignty,
enlarge it into millions ot men who .vote
and you have the grand, august sovereign
of this last and best born of time, the
American republic. Applause. Now
tliat that sovereign shall be nnshacfeeled
forever, that that sovereign be nnpnrchas
able when it stands at the ballot box to
order the supreme will of the nation, that
that sovereign shall be unintimidated by
mortal men when it niters the final omin
ous word that commands the continent
this is the great purpose that all true Amer
icans should keep in their minds. Great
applause. . When I see such a. band! ot
earnest young men as meet roe here to
day, I fel certain that they would deploy
themselves as a ballot box guard to defend
the purity of the American ballot box ap
plause), to stand around it as around the
cradle f oar heir apparent of American
liberty. Such guardians, such defenders
will keep the republia pure mul keep it
Young gentleman, your visit to me gives
me a compliment of the higliest sort, .and
while it disenchants me, a I said a little
while ago, U still readies ttie hand of the
ysunj out to me wblch I take with, aji
cordiality nnd earnestness, and for your
tendered support to me, which is not for
my sake, but tor sake of the cause of which
I am the representative, I give you all the
thanks ot which my heart is capable ap
plause. The house is small, the farm is
small, the township is small, the country
is a small one, but all there is in it to give
of generosity and hospitality and welcome
that is in my hands to give, is yours while
you stay (:tpplatie and cheers). I bid yon
welcome to all there is of its.
Astronomy lu Rochester.
The new Warner Observatory which is
beiii eri'cted at Rochester. Jf. Y.t is at
tracting much attention in social and lit
erary as well as scientific circles. The new
telescope will be twenty-two feet in length,
and its lens sixteen inches in diameter.
thus making it third In size of any instru
ment heretofore manufactured, while the
dome of the Observatory i to luiye some
new appl Unices for specially observing
certain portions ot the heavens. It is to
be the finest private observatory in the
i ' s,,,t many obstacles, but as the new
institution ts to be specially devoted to
discoveries there are good reasons to expect
very many scientific revelations in the
near future from the Warcer Observatoty
m salon of tbe Bepubllenn Party.
The present great mission of the Repub
lican party is to maintain and control the
Government until every elector "shall vote
as he pleases and have his vote counted as
he cast it."' Until this principle is firmly
established there can be no free govern
ment. Those who antagonize this under
lying principle, whatever may be their
professions or however honest may he their
intentions, are aiding hi a conspiracy to
assassinate liberty anil to destroy a govern
ment of the people, by the people, for the
General Hancock did not even dare
to disobey the oiders of hie political
masters, and come to the Aztec clab
dinner the other evening, at General
Tiobert Patterson's private residence
No captive was ever more carefully
guaided than he is, and while he ii
prolnbited from having any talks with
reporters of the pres who call upon
liiui at his home on an island, he is not
allowed to visit New York except un
der strict serveilla'nce. It is Bometliinsi
new in this country to have a man put
up for President who is so wholly ig
norant, of national a (Fails- that he has to
be kept in cut-tody lest he may say
something that will betray tf.at lack o'
knowledge. Ho different with hi
intelligent nd brave competitor ! Gen
eral Garfield goes where ho pleases
talks wheu lie pleases, and writes when
he pleases, and there is not a Republi
can in the conntry who lias any appre
hension that he will say a word that
that will injure himself or the cause he
Tne Way Tuey are Wolnir to to ft.
A dispatch from Indianapolis, Ind.
September 28th, says :
Money is coming into Indiana from
all the Southern Stales. Ladies iu
many Kentucky towns are holding
sewing societies and fairs, and sending
tiie proceeds to be used iu the Indiana
campaign, l lie JJeniocratic leaders an
say that they intend to use the money
to run the fight. They assert: 'We'll
have the State, if we have to buy 5,000
rotes. Henry Watterson is directing
the campaign in the southern portion of
the State, ami turni-hing a good deal ot
money. It is generally understood
that the Democratic plan is to throw
$)00,0l'O into the State about three
days before the election, divide it out
to the county committees, and buy out
and out 4,000 votes. Democratic poli
ticians have estimated if they can buy
4,000 votes they can carry the State
On Thursday night last, the citizens
ot Jacksonville ainl vicinity were treat
ed to one of the clearest and most pokit
ed speeches of tbe campaign by Hon.
Geo. H. Williams, late Attorney Gen
eral of the United States. A good
house greeted the speaker whose tear
less advocacy ot Republican principle
and sound political reasoning, kept the
audience spell-bound for nearly two
boors. In comparing the records of the
Democratic party with that of tbe Re
publican party, great historic truths
were uttered that raided conviction to
every unbiased mind. So far, the Re
publican campaign oators who have
vifited Southern Oregon have made a
good impression upon the thinking
masses of the people. -Every position
taken by the Republican parly has been
sustained by an niibrogen chain of evidence-,
fortified by truth, argument and
eloquence. - The Garfield forces have
increased in numbers at every meeting
and the vaunted Hancouk "boom" in
sptle of the Herculean efforts to rtifien
it sp, has a down ward tendency. With
an honest vot and a fair count - James
A. Garfield will be our next President.
Sentinel t Oct, 8th.
Happiness generally depends more
on the opinion we have f jhings than
on the Uiiijgs themsejyjs, - "
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FEUITS,
CALIF0S1TIA CZIAC22S3S, GAUDIES, 2TUTS,
In fact tbe Largest, Item Assorted and most Varied Stock of
CnGi:Rli:s in the country.
THE fcONLY EXCLUSIVE GROCERY IN
la fireproof Brici, First
Over THOUSAND in Use in.Linn Count jr.
FOR &.TjJS1 -FrTT
Albany, Oregon. McFARLAND & HARVEY.
POS HAIT AND BEAST.
For more than; a third of a century the
Mexican HattangLlnlment has been
known tomillions all over the world as
the only safe reliance for the relief of
accidents and pain. It is a meilicine
above price and praise the best or Its
In. For every form of external pain
Vnstangr Liniment la without an equal.
1 penetrate, flc.li and muscle to
ne very bone making? the continu
nnco of pain and inflamation i mjOKSlblo.
Its effects upon Human Flesh anil the
Brute Creation are equally wonderful.
Liniment la needed by somebody in
every house. Every day brings news of
the imony of an awful scald or burn
suixiueii, or rnenmatu martyrs re
stored, or a valuable norse or ox
sav.a by the healing power of this
which speedily cures such ailments of
tho HUMAN FLESH as
It h o m m all a in, Swellings, HtlfT
domes, tsntneud Muscles, Bum
and Scalds, Cots, Bralita and
Mpralns, Potioiinui Bite and
Stings. Btilrness, Luncueu, Old
Sores, llcen, frostbites, Cbllblains,
Sors Kipplea, Caked Ilreast. and
Indeed every form of external dis
ease. It heals without sears.
For the 11BUTK C'ueatiok it cures
Sprain., Stvinny, StlflT Joints,
Foaader, If nrns Sores, Hoof Ils
eei '""Ot not. Screw Worm, Scab,
Hollow Horn, Scratches, Wind
falls, Spavin, Thrnsh, Itlnabone,
Old Sores, I'oll EvU, Film npon
tho Slfrht and every other ailment
which tha occupants of the
Stable ami Stock Yard are liable.
Tho Mexican Mustang Llnlnunt
nlivaya cures and never disappoints:
and it, is, positively,
FCS HAIT 02 E3AST.
, ... v
Raton Sealers in
Streat, Altiaay, Oregon.
The Great Carriage Manufacturing House of the
EMERSON, FISHER & COM
Best Muterial, Good Workmanship, Handsome St les, Strong
and Durable Vehicles in Every Respect,
70.000 I CilHIlIAGE-S
JIAMTAtTl'BED BT EMERKO!, FWHEB Jc -, ARE NOW IN 1'hE 1JI EVERY
PART OF THE AJIEBUAM tOSHMSf.
nlTuereiI.HVi?.,,Pm'rtI.0,, All their work Is wanrftntcd. Thcv have received testimo
flle subje-ct to nsectton ' l country of l,url'ort similar to the foUowlnu. hundreds of which are on
MesHrn. Emerson, Fisher A Co.: . G mva Ills Jnlv 16 1S79
otohii .",V,li,0"e r,'our TP Knasrles three years, and three of ll ein two y'rars in my liver
; .u tvtivi. eatiijinuLiuii unit aru in etHisnuii. iiws, uMC'AjiJ9JiAi.LbY) ;
. Mr rrorir joiwa : NKwnnuriy'. s. C, July 17. 1879.
MinrJsu. I,;,7Lb,b,eV5" J'S,nf Kmerson Fisher Bujnry 1 bonstht from you as roughly. 1
liV.SV 5? '" one could. I had a fast home, drove him at ftill s.cnd. romotimes with two la-
i m ?..yn 1 V n1?,?y,' B"d H is t"-ly worth all the monej I paid for it. I say the Em-
ei son & fisher Buggies will do. . . A. M. Tkaovk, Farmer.
7h2.fiVor',?e "ntation the Carriages liave made in localities where they have been used for
' VS y Liverymen. Physicians, and others requiring hard and constant nsa. has led to
an increased demand from those localities, to moot which the iiitmnfuctminR facilities or their
; matnmotb establishment have been extended, enabling them now to turn out Hi good style.
360 CARRIAGES A WEEK.
inERSOH, FSHER & CO.'S CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST.
Albany, : Oregon
"OKtiCLATIXO TIME-PIECKS A REPAIR
"'scbciij aspuciaity. Cull
Amenta for ".Vck II me
Infallible Indian. Heme dies.
4 Sure Shot For
FEVER & AGUE.
TAUIJING A LONG KKSIDEXCE AMONG
A- the Indian trllies of the const and the inte
rmi.l have had the good fortune to discover,
troin thu '-Medicine" men of t he several triln-s!
aim trnin other source, a number ol rcmerlie
tor (1 15WM9CS incident to this country, consi-t-nrof
mots, herbs and baric, and havinir been
solicited by many people of this vnliev, who
liave tried nnd piovcii the cflleacv of llicm in
disease, to procure and offer the same for sale,
l lake this nienns of annnnuclnir to all that,
dtinnir the past Benson, I have madenn estend
ed tour through tle mountain,, and valievs,
m;l have s.-enred ceriain of these remedies
which are a sure cure for
lever rind "Apiie.
Those suirerlii from Affile, who desire to be
jitred.cnn leave orders a? Mr. St rons'sstore on
. i,t, n, w utiie i win iiirnisn the remedies.
tvaiTantinfraradxcaluureoi-I will demand no
ry- , w. s. joiis.
fc-Eomedies done np in 1 )ackagc. 13-1
WHEAT WANTED !
Ballard, Zsoxn & Co.,
Will pay a premium of FOUH CEXT9 per huah
el in Mill Feed, over and above the market
price, on all good merchantable Wheat stored
with Ihem this mstMcn.
Are always prepared to pay cash down, and
Kiiai-anteu as Kood prices as can be obtained
elsewhere. A large supply of sacks always on
We have our Mill fitted up with all the latest
improved machinery, nnd do custom work.
Albany, Angnst 6. l80-12n3 . 1?
vr - 1
Has lemoved his stock of irooils to the brick
lately occupied by the
Grange Union Store, 1
C orner Washington nnd First Ktreela,
where he will be pleased to meet old and new
" customers. 44
Albany, July SO, 1880.
15 F.ST btwinesa now before the public. Ton
can make money faster at work for ns
than at anything else. Capital not required.
We will start yon. I2 a day and upwards
made at home by the inriusiiiona. Men,
women, hoys and pril ls wanted every here to
work forus. Now isjhclrme. You an devote
your whole time to the work, or only your
sp.ii-c moments. No other business will pay
you nearly ns welt. No one willing to work
c an fail to make enormous ay fry engaging at
once. Costly Outfit and terms free. A great,
opportunity for nmkinif money easily and
honorably. Address Tbui A Co., Angnsta,
fil) It ircat. chance to make money. Wa
need a person in every town to take
subscriptions for the largest, cheapest and best
Illnstmted family publication in the world.
Anyone can become a successful scent. Six
eleyant works ol art given free fosrebscrtber.
1'bo price is so low that almost evervbotrv sIk.
scribes. One it-cnt ixH9 tokin ISO imW-ri.
Iicr in a day. A lady nirent rrp rts makinir
over -3H clear ru-otit In ten days. All who en
caste make money fast. You can devote alt
vonr time to I he business, or only spare time.
Yo-t need not be a way from borne over nhrht.
Ion can do it as well ns na hun. fr'mi itivi
and terms free. Elegant and expensive Outfit
iu-c. II yon want profitable work send ns your
addicss at once. It costs nothing to try tho-'
business. No one wlio cnairts fails to iraks"
trrcat iwy. Address Gkouqe Stiksox A Co.
Portland, Maine. 42-13
dailies' Variety Emporium.
MRS. I7J. UTTOS
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
German Zephir, Cmrast. Thread, Pins,
Needles, Buttons. Heal Hair Switch- , .
es and Curls, Hosiery, Stamped -Goods,
tCc, Cc, tc. .
Also, Agent or Dr. Warner's..
ana Madam Foye's '
Corset Skii't Supporter;
l.tt-IinnKTalbin St., opposite Ptmt OHcoJJ5ftv
f A ill T
THE PROPRIETORS of the Magnolia Milla
offer a Premium ot
FOUR CENTS FEB BUSKEl
In Mill Feed, over and above the market prc-toi-Rood
uierchantable WHEAT, either sold la
or stored with, them this season.
... . J- H. FOSTER A CO-
Albany, July 30, 1880.
d a week in yonr own town. $3 Ontfi
tpUJ fiw. Nonsk. Reader, if you want a
business at which persons of either
an make irreat pay all the time they work,
tor pnrticnlars to II. Halle-it Co.,
nd, Maine. 31S
ftrr F-AII. Rt MTU
for fior I-rtc 1.1 st fr
188a. Iim 1. asy
dmerlptlB of srvry.
ttainc roijuinMl torn
with over 100 IllnsrrJHoaaraH
roods at wholenale prices In qoTkntltlm t init
tbe purchaser. The only Institution In AnMrtea
w no make tills ihnir spnelsl !intnta. Adarssa.
"it WahvisW AvaCalsWa, W,
In the Circuit Court of the Stateof Oregon fo
the county of Linn.
LUlie i. Hasbrouck plaintiff,
M. L. Ua9brptck.i..C. Cooiey and J. . "Wssk,
burn, partners amler the flrin Dams and style
ot Cooiey A Washburn, and Albert Butts, de.
fondants. ,. - . .
To M. I.. Hasbrouck, one of tho defendant
above named :
In the name of the State of Oreiran Ton ara
hereby required to appear ai,d answer the com
plaint tiled against you in the above entitled.,
action on or before the fourth Monday: of Oc
tober next, it being the '
25th day of October, 1880,
anu i ne ui-Hi uay oi iikj nci iuiw, itui
said Court, and if you fail so to answer, tb
plaintiff will nppJv to the Court fi a- the leslwf
demanded therein, to-ait : the dmsohntion of
the bonds of matrimony subsisting between ,
plaintifTund yourself, for the eare.enstndy on 4 v
control of tbe minor child.Walter C. Hasbronek,
that the Interest of ail parties in and to tha fU
lowing descrttjed real estate tflhwit :
liesinnin at the soutlieast comer pf ti $mn
neljohnson donation land claiit'i. lipfnar ciiu
Nos, M and 38, aivi not itiention Mo. 2j7(. runs
imf theiuse west 14T rods, tasnca noxth SO rod. .
tlienee et I-m rods, thence south 90 rods to tha
beainninpr, containing t)' acrcM, and tamp and
Ixilns In Linn comity. Oregon.
le ascertained and determined, and ff iecesa- -rv.
that the same be sold bv aeoreeof said , m"
and snch nortions of the proreeds tnerenf bo
decreed to tho plaint ill as she may in crafty
and justice be entitled to for maiataintnn ao
carry injr on this snit, for counsel fees and -i
t lie inture maintenance and snnpnit of rlaliw
titr and per child, oc' that tW';iiiiinKii ('-. -
iriiiB-i-i-tiei,! irets man epuiTmViin, cw &x ..j
ape '1 and confirmed to bei' n tier Individ ;
riKht, and that any portion of t'ne peiv- -,i
pi-ojierty, that may be on ian4a at the ' -. i
hearing, lie decreed to plain lift" or be w j - t
the iienctit of plaintta' and child, atd 1 - ,
cofrts and dfsbnrstnent of tbe suit to be 1 . 1.
This summons is palilistjctl bv order t, v .
Hon. K. P. Bor-e, Judge of said Cort, ts e e-t J
Chambers in the city of fealem, Oregon, on
17th dav i.t Jnly, PWfi. ,
WATHKFOKI BLACK MT".
Vf2n44 Attorneys fcr i"ia. -T.
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