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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1880)
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LB ANY. FRIPAY, DEO. T7 1880.
Matters In TjeUrxl grow no better fast,
mil it now looks aa if rtntnhu en prevent
Mood' letting. lYhosMHthss re commrnc
). tlie British Government will go for the
rioter hthe mostefTectrml tx) determined
untiinwr. ' ';' "'
jroe PortluruT Bvllrtin nnder the new
i?partur declares for t?ie ttrtpre steady
march in the line for the preservation of
the Union, and . the party that upholds
(lie Governutene. Good enough. And in
Hits new (fopnrture we wish It prosperity
till U caul rest. .
'flte O.It.N. Co. have let contracts for
t lie construction of their road from Port
land to the Dalles. The Willamette Val
ley and Eastern Oregon will soon be with
in easy call. -- " - ' '
The Legislature of the Isle ot Man rc
ceutly extended the right or franchise to
women. The name of tlie Wo i now a mis
nomer j U should be changed, and the
trinity ot legs on the Manx coat of arms
ahoutd be modestly covered with a petti
Fifty rtmlenta have been compelled to
retire from Warsaw University on account
ot the hard times In Russia, which cut ft
their allowance. The Czar's head doubt
less rests easier now, as half a hundred
budding conspirator, are converted Into
Oar Coos Bay friends are congratulating
tliemselves on the efficient work the sea
wall is doing for the channel by cutting
away the north spit, thus straightening
the rtmnnel and Insuring a regular and
permanent depth of not less tlmn from
twenty to twenty -live feet.
Tlie Tribune furnWhes the following
statement of the vote taken Irom tlie official
returns from every State in the Union of
tlie late Presidential election :
Garfield . . .
Garfield's plurality, 3.401.
The tarmersol Big Meadows, in Nevad::,
finding tlie tariff ot Ue Central Pacific
Railroad too extortionate, concluded to
rvtim to the old inetliod ot teaming, ami
sent 60,000 pound of grain,, iu eight teams
to Wlnnemuoca to be ground. The teaio
bters expect to make money and tlie farm
er! will save on the one shipment $648.
It Is evident that tbe agricultural commun
ity of Big Meadows knowa Ihw to regulate
freights and fares better than ( California's
Rail roRilCu5r' IB -
TheOregon Railway and Navigation
Company have men at work prospecting
tor a practical route fiira portage at Priest's
rapids, a long way up the Columbia. It is
understood llwt tlie Company will place
two or three steamers above tlie rapids
next rear. There is a stretch of about 200
miles of good river navigation beyond that
point, and when tlie present railway con
nections soon to be made, are taken into
coi-slde ration, that region ot country will
!m more accessible In the year to come
thau the region of the Dalies was less tlian
a quarter ot a century ago..
It is reported that at one ot the hotels In
this State uot a thousand miles from tlie
California line, when the late Presidential
partv called for tlieir bill, alter spending
tlie night, getting supper au4 breakfast.
. which was duly presented to the General
ot tlie Armv, tor tlie mm of $100. "Beg
- pardon." says tlie General, "you misunder
stood me : I don't want to buy the hotel
I simply wanted our bill." "Weil," says
the host, this is it." 3To, no." says tlw
General, "we liave no ue for tlie liotel.
we are not In tho real estate business ; we
jut want to pay oar traveling expenses.
and for tlutt purpose I have called for our
bill, for supper, beds and breakfast."
Tlie Xortltern Pacific Railroad Co., now
tas abiiut 1,200 miles of road in operation-
The 4a00a000 to be paW 'n next year by
tlie syndicate of banker to complete tbe
road, assure its early completion to Port
land. Oregon. Work on three divisions of
tbe ttue will CMsmenee in the spring ei
naltaaeottsiy. and it Is expected that at
least one mile of road will be completed
ench dav durteg 1881. The . Co. has re
cently ceotracted for 35,000 tous of. steel
rail, 11 iocomotiws and 290 box, freight,
ere and cattle cars.
Tnmuj mm lrw Ear.
Tammany Is red hot over tlie bouueing
. f Jolin Kelly, and hi Its wrath goes for
Democrats who voted to confirm the ap
pointments of the Mayor. The Expre
(Tammany organ) says of Messrs, Bernard
Goodwin, Bob Foster, Frederick Helblg
and Henry Iloffan, Democrat wt. voted
to confirm Ma or Cooper's ncwagipohitees
You liave bctraved your trust, repudlaf
! vour orofesf ions, turned traitor to tlie
people who elected ybw, and branded your
set yes as ntterlv witliouf private Itoaor or
iaoItns. Yoa have sold yourselves
ehftup. tor tlie dUgrace and tiitawy of your
euotioct wWI suck co yew names wmie
ttad veil attach to vour drfldi-en
irter tlie grave is dug lor you and yow lay
Lwn In It. There is no resurrection for
DMi who liave damned tHeroselvea. The
rartses whose at jec tools you willingly
fuama wi'J not tmst yoa ana tiwe no
f.;. .'Mr f lr yoa. h1hs went ot and
f.uu. 't aiierhe et his tiiirty pieces
i.f y ""'--r. Vim need not hang yowrseives ;
slri.? 'v worse than eibbeted. Tbe
t Hi') I v t-V.Ui 4s harder to carry than
Vs s. Lla and enjor the price ot yoor
f--;. . iI.'c-Hin, but it ya hve to the
t'-'nil yoa will never outlive
t -. cri itwi ,' ' s i an yescerday convicted
1 ?. . t-..K . the author of That Law
Lo ' d oilMT novels. Is cooi-
f, ,..! i j i ,,-.Tt to vaius UJo lyh n
Tbe ITnnry Lttw. '
The usury law passed by tlie last Ijegls
latare, the text of which we published a
week or two since, goes into effect on the
25th of next month. Then it will not be
legal to exact one per cent, pur inontlu
Money can now be liad, we understand, at
8 and 10 percent.", in almost any quantity.
Kartlxinjtkes itnd Velenaoes.
Recently slight shocks ot eartliqitake
have been reported at Seattle and Tacoma,
W. T., and now conies the report that
Mount Baker Is In eruption. The Pacific
coast does not propose to be behind in the
way of furnishing items of Interest to the
DBM(rafr Uolnut tb Wall.
The Democracy Is split in twain
Xew York, and the two tactions are busy
just now branding and abusing each other.
The upshot probably will be that no more
"solid" Democratic majorities will be
given in New York ; and if New York ,
cannot be-connted on by the Democracy,
the South loses all hope of success, and can
uot long continue her metlioda of making a
"Solid South." -.
The U. S. euDreme Contt.
Telegrams announced that Justice Strong j
would spend his last day upon the supreme ;
bench on Monday. Judge W. B. Wood,
ot the Alabama circuit, will succeed him.
Judge Swayne is expected to retain his
seat until after the holidays,
ford, it is again announced, will not ro- j
main lone upon the bench, ami it i under
stood that Attorney General Devens will .
be his successor. j
Tke VTteale lrmoeratIe Caw.
IIarper, Wctldy states the whole Dt mo- ;
cratic case in the fewest words, as follows :
Until the Democratic party ceases to he.
as the late election shows it to be now. a
political organization whose force and con
trol He in the hands of those who tried to
destroy the union to save slavery, and who
now tiestmy iioerty to seize control ot tlie
union, it can return to power only by sue- .
cesstul bulldozing or forgery. Some IVtn- I
ocrats ask for an end of sectionalism and a !
retnm to decent and normal politics. Does
anything prevent but the Democratic party? i
Oregon State Ftr l-tlri ot'TIte Board
N ai nmisnk
The Board of managers ol the Oregon
State Agricultural society met in Salem last
week. Members were in attendance from
all the valley counties, and some from
d fetai it portions of the state. The meeting
yi-as interesting, and tha members ot the
board seem to be well pleased with the re
sult ot their labors.
The reports of the secretary and treasur-
er were presented, read and reierred to the ;
i . i . i
uiumce cumniiiiw , uui as uie inner whs
only given to the board on tbe last day of
addjonninieiit the finance committee were
compelled to take home both reports and
aecoinpaFwing papers aud documents'. ?o
here. Tlie secretary, however, informs me
that the total reoeiots of the fair of 1SS0
were $18,333 and some cents about $4,000 ;
over last year. Gate receipts were $ 10,558
The siieel programme was thoroughly
revised. Bud while the tnrfuien will profit
about tlie same as usual, yet, by the ar
rangement ol the premiums several hun
dred dollars, (about $300) were saved to the
society. The premiums are tree tor all,
with one exception.
t he time ror homing the lair or 11 wa
flxetl from Wednesday, June 29th. to Wed
uesday, July 6th, to include a celebration
on tlie 4th of July.
liberal premiums were ottered tor the
exhibit of fruits while those for grain in
shea f, offered lat year, were continued.
Several premiums were autjeci to tiivlston
K, (ladies' department) and superintendents
appointed for all divisions.
the premium flat was tnorouguiy re
vled. Geo. Downing, ot Knbllmity. wasre-eh-c-ted
chict marshal without opposition, and
only accepted to gratify a special desire ot
the board. his former economical and
satisfactory management having met their
hearty approval. Mr. W. II. www was
elected assistant marshal, and It is thought
lie will make an efficient and"Rccoinaiodat
The floral exhiLit. for the fair of 1881
will be removed from the ' pavilion and
placed hi the floral garden ordered hy tin
board to he completed for the exhibition of
next year. A committee consisting of
Henry Miller, of Portland, J. II. Lambert,
ot Milwankie anil the secretary ot the so
ciety was appointed to superintend tlie
work. The erection and compVtiun of tlie
building Rial enclosure is to tie let to the
lowest competent and responsible bidder.
Mr. Miller of Portland, the clinirman, will
have immediate supervision. He is author
ized to procure from a competent architect
in Portland, plans and specifications lor
the floral hall and 'enclosure, and wlien
completed to secure the services ot a land
scape gardner to arrange walks and bed
liw trees, flowers, etc. Tlie enclosure for
tlie present will be 150 leet in length by 00
feet Id width. Through the center, running
the longest way of tiie grounds, will be
erected a building so arranged as uot to
exclude light or interfere with walks pas
sing through and across its foundation.
The grotm.Is within the enclosure (which
will be 12 feet high) will be tastefully
ornamented with trees, flowers and shrub
bery, set out and arrange-! under the im
mediate sopervilon of Mr. Miller. The
beauty ot the arrangement consists in the
fact that while the exhibit of flowers in
beds Instead of upon shelves will greatly
add to this feature of the society 's exhibit,
the growth ol tlie trees, shrubbery, creeping
vines, Ac from year to. year, will soon
rentier it one of tlie most attractive features
of the fair. Tiie garden will be so connec
ted with the pavilion as not to interfere
with its enlargement iu tlie future, while
iia size of the garden may be increased to
any capacity which may be desired. Sev
eral premiums on flowers were added to
tlie list, so as to insure the greatest attrac
A special premium of $200 was offered
for the best herd of teu head of cattle, im
ported in 1880-1, and exhibited at the lair
of 1881. . ; 7
Several resolutions were adopted, ami
new rules and i emulations made, to conform
to the law tor tlie protection of the society,
which was passed by the legislature at the
session just clesed. Oregonian.
'So vroodcr Mayor Hoi man, of Ilwaco,
rctririied suddenly from Porttaixl, cava tho
A),n-3tm Dav herhrn vejttonlair them
uisusiian. xmj oeiore yeeKroay mere
were seven sieamers in tmvjet s liny ves-
it , M . m ,
eroay uie r.iuer juuiwi hjc uetaaiiti raaue
jt ctgbt. Two others were trying to get
riiere tiie Califomia for Sitka, tee bound
in Portland, aiul tbe State of Calitornia,
weatiier bound outside. Yiuiua Cay
Bring Oat The Hope.
On Thursday morning last, as to little
girls, named Eoffatid King, the oldest
only about ten years ot age, were on their
way from the residence of the . parents of
the latter-named child, on Howell"" prarje,
Marion county, to the Liberty school house,
they. were met .while, walking, down - the
narrow-gauge road by a man named
Charles Mil.er, who liad Deert ;worVitg ltd
tha , iiUlxu hooU JJUiewOiojis ofUe
mail alarmed the children, who started on
a brisk walk, but Miller ' soon overtook
tliem, and giving the youngest girl a half
dollar, told her to go on to " school or he
Arould kill her. Tlie terrified child - went
to tho school Ikhisc, and informed tlie
teacher ot what had takeu place. " School
was dismissed at once and a search nipde
lor Miller and the elrl., : The latter- was
soon fonnil oil lier irae to sehool in a. halt
dead condition, and it was speedily dicov
erwj tnat H,e fiend wlio had detained hec
ia outraged her person and then made
gooj i,-l8 escape. At last accounts parties
were on the track of the fellow and with
every assurance ol soou capturing him,
aud should lie be, tlie re will probably be no
judge or jury needed to investigate tlie
lease. W lieu list seen. Miller was mi th
road leading to SHverton aud his pursuer
in hot pursuit. Au outraged community
will not be blame J for hanging such a
wretch as this fellow.
Ono ot the fiercest storms of rain that
ever poured down upon a people, visited
tl,e region oi Astoria Thnrslay night. , The
debris frora evt,ry hll siJ to,l yesterday
of ' ,,e exf e,,t ol ll,e storm, covering walks
n"d "rlugs and fillhig tlw bay at the
mouth ot each sewage box with sand aud
Considerable syrup has been made from
watermelons by Geo. Jackson of Korne
river. The melons are run through a elder
mill, and the Juice strained and boiled
down to the proper condition. !
W. S. Lotton claims to have found gold
on the head of Dorris Creek. Luke comity.
in considerable oiiantitr. vi.im thnt .-m
. , - , T . ' ,
Py hoP "d Lake county people
expect io be "In bcnatizfi."
Sc-eral very serions rases of scar!et
tever are repore I . iu Jllwaukie. Mr.
Iambert's child UieJ from the disease
Gold iu payinj quantities has been
discovered on Drew's creek.
Dr. Cole, of Ca'laooia, has cxm
tracted to have 80 acres brush t-Ubiied,
r-lViI,tT tha refur 1100
T-.- - CX -
The road through the Summer La.ke
valley is almost impo.spsl;!?, even to the
respluts 'mall carrier.
Treasurer Wright of Douglas county
was the first to wend in the taxes this
year, having sent to Salem a total of
Line Herald c mes to
hand iu full dress fur tiie fiist time
since the Lakeview fire, some two and
halt monilih ago.
The wife M. L. Bushuell, of ten n.ile,
died on the 10th mst., leaving a family
of six children, the youngest but three
Tho flouring mill owiied . liy Snider
Bros., lately burned together with
most of the wheat raised in Goose
Lake valley, will shortly be rebuilt.
Major Sears and party, in " the em
ploy of the Orejjon Railway Company,
limited, who have beea engaged in run
ning trial surveys aeross the Cascade
Mountains through the jiasves formed
hy tlie Middle Fork ot tho Willamette
river, have completed their labor and
returned Ur tlie val!ey. They report
tlie dinsovery of a Fpleudid route up tlie
Xortii Brai.cli of the Middle Pork.
The grades are easy and the lines direct.
As soou next priiig as the enow will
permit, a thorough survey will be
made. . - . v . - -
- BTraZSART BROS.,
Money Exchange Office,
TtTE BUT ANI SELL ALL ! Kl.VflS OF Beat
11 KslRte, examine Titles, nny Taxes, and
transact a mineral ri-Hl estate luinea.
Money l'mned on time to suit, in amounts of
$M tO !!.
Money retived on deposit, and interest al
lowed after thirty days.
Correspondence solicited on all land business.
uec. 18, ldSU-VJ3llU -
":-.'' summoDi, ;;
In tho CIrcnit Court of the State of Oregon for
. I tiie couiuy oi uop. . A . .,
T. 1. Golden, plaintiff. .
" VS. : .
F. M. Ioyton. J. D. Lay ton. J. H. Wrigtit and
jonn Loiyion, aeienuanrs.
To F. M. Lavton. J. I. Lavton. J. H; Wriirht.
and John Layton, (he above named defen'liiiits
IN TUB NASI IS CUT 1 HIS 5,1 A IK Or UKMMJN,
You and each of you are hereby requU-ed to
appearand answer iheoomnlaint of the above
named olalDtifr. in the aJwvo entitled Court.
nov on tile with the Clerk of said Court, by the
ilrst ilav of the reitnliir termor said Conrt. after
tlie publication of this summons for six succes
sive weeks, ro-wit: by the first day of the regu
lar March term of said Court, to be begun and
held on tho
&amtl Sfondity of Mttrch, '
'a he y"1' A- ,l' "m If you fail to answer
tne plaintiff's eoiuplaJnt as tier required ,lho
i luainun wm juukiiiuuk mfmnBt you tor
: wrnt of such anwer. for the smu of ..-. Wand
Intnreiw tliorcon. At tiie rate of ten nor cent, iw
aiinnin from ltu5l3 rlny of July. lh.'J. sli In U.
H. sold coin, ttn.i t Ufl twrflier sum m- 1)0, mid
lor 1 liixfcr'.ad lisbuiHieiiis of K'Tiirn.
Pubiih"l ror six weeks by order ot R. !.
riK, l.-r f mil Conrt, umde at liam:ieixi
In theei ;v :f :-f''-:i4, ftu'lon t-ouniy- Oru;:oii.
.en tbeA day of Novnlier. 18S0. -
I LINX CHAMTORLAIN.
ihv I", Wlinj; : Ai.jl,oj J'jiC
HURRAH FG3 THE? HOLIDAYS
CH EI STMT'S
: ILj: .... m' X t . ' i ' ,
'-'PlwTmMfo Hm m twr.iaiiy hwrtMi wasl i W
amine the large and varied assortment of
jnst received at Conrad Meyer's, on corner Of
BrouUniOin aud First streets, consisting of
'' MEC3IAX4CAL. TOYS;
--. of all kinds, unique and handsome ;
Wx. C hina k'nnbber Dolls,
of all sizes, stylus and prices ; "
V I-ulj Kuirpics, "' ""
' for nice little gtrls r ' '
. Wngori! and Velocipedes, ....
for good little boys ';
.. - JIIusicMl Xoju, .
. , , that will delight tho children ;
vf , cheap and lmndaome ;
t rncy lTork-Boxe,
h uidsome for presents to any one;
and an almost endless and innntneratrte Variety
ol kikhIs, specially ordered for tbe holidays. : -
Atl kinds of Confections. Forelirn and Domestic
. ..-" Suu, Fruits, etc.. . , , .
.Call and see for yourself, os you ennno fcn to
be pleased both in quality and prices.
, Notb This--Fresh Bread every day.
Albany, Ol',, Nov. 12, 1880-13-7
has opened a splendid lot of
Toys & Christmas
G- O O D S !
in li mil wohl's brick, 'lately ocenpled by Gra-
, nam, on r irft street.
AU kiiuls. styles and varieties of Iiolls and
Toys for the holidays, all of which I intend to
en reitarmo. oi cost, to close ont in tliese
lines. Call and lie convinced t f the truth of
the above. .
Albuny, Oregon, Nov. 12, 1880.
T7"ABMKKl WAXTINti THIS CELERUATET
Jl lU'xti wiil limj thtmi at S.iMrKi, K. Ytiiimiv.
These Jioots aiv also made with the celehratitil
Standard Serwj warranted not to rip.
THKSE CELEBRATED GOOOSSTILI. MAIN
taiu their standard of excellence as
Cheap & Servicable,
" Will 'not
CURL or SHRI1TK
in damp weather, and arc not excelled hy any
siuiiiitr kuuub, cimur
FOREICX OBI DOMESTIC
A n en ' Ire nnw line of the most desirable shades
Just rvcuivcd at
Albany, Or.? Oct. 22, 18cvl8m :
Ladies' Variety Emporium.
5IRS. 1-r. J. HYDS
KEEPS CONSTANTLT ON HASP
German Zephir. Canvas, Thread, Pin,
XeeiUcs, llitttons. Heal Hair Switch
es an'J Cwls, Hosiery, Stamped
.,. Goads, ttc, Cc, c.
Also, Agent or Ir. Warner'a .
MealUt Vor-A i
ami Madam Foye'a
Corbet Slciit Supporter.
I&fT'Frenrh "tamping done to order.
Mroudalbin St.. opposite Post Ofncwfgj!9v
Read. Read. Read.
flni Mtreet Albany, orfp, '
3. tt. MKRREJV, : Proprietor,
XirrLLKEEP THE BEST MEATS OF ALL
v V ' kinds the market aftords, and . will pay
the higrhesi cash price for Beef, Pork. Mutton,
VealOalve and chickens; also, flides and
cursuonsnt auu khu. J. u.
October 1, 18W:-v 13 n I.
' ."" IMwaolatran Notice. - "'-
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
lietween 1. Holacher and F. Goetz, tinder
the flrm-hame of Uoiacher ft Goetz. i" the Citv
Market, is this day dissolved by wufnal con
sent. F. Goet rcMrinir. All acxymnts dne the
firm tnnst hesettiedimmediatel-: parties bav
in jr ciaun" Hiounsi me arm must present incia
at once ior payment. it. noi.iAt.MisK,
Albany, Or., Nov. 19, 1880.
E. G. JOHNSON, M. D.,
Plij-siciun unci Surgeon.
OFFICE In Froman's brick block, njvstalrs,
Albany, Oreuon. Uni
. M. JOXES, M. !.,
Physician and' Surgeon,
ALDAXl, KEGON. . .
OFFICE -At' Plummer's Drnp Store, In Odd
Fellows' TMijle. . Resioknck Second and
Washington rreets. one block sonth of An,.
Marshall's H very stable. . 4.1v
JOB PEIUTIUG !
vall executed t tliiM ollce. '
DO YOU WANT BARGAINS ?
THEH CO TO :
WHO ARE SELLING ALL TEEIIt .
PREVIOUS TO STOCK TABIKG,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Don't delay, as this offer is only for a
TVELFTH ANNUAL BALL
Albany Engino Co.
WM.I. BE GIVEN AT
PACIFIC OPERA HOUSE,
Caiamiiti'c of Arrwngrenaents.
T. J. CMNK,
JOE WEBBER. Ji
J. A. UlL,MOl'K,
t'MMnuiifee of Beeeptlon.
W. TS. fu:TT, 1. KAN KIN,
M. V. BliiiWN. IDS. WKlillKK,
t'H.VS. JiltFEK, T.J. CLIN E.
FRED KK1S. Jl!i 1'I.ARIi,
X. KAI.ISKV, JOK AVKBHKR. Jr..
IKK CWN. AKCniE MONTEITII.
M. BAUMUAKT, FKEll MULLKK.
Tickets. . .
Kotiee to Tax-Fsyrn of l.lmt (onuty.
Notice is herebv ttlven that I will meet the
Tas-Payern of Linn comity at 9 o'clock A; M.,
and reiiiaiii until 4 o'clock p. M. attbeirrespeet
ive places of votinsr in the several precincts,
at the followins: times and places, for tha pur
pose ot collect insr nixes tor uie year isw : ,
Fox Valley, Monday, i ovemlier H9, 1880. "
Sclo, rncstlay, ovemuer 30, ibj.
Franklin Bntte, Wednesday, lle!einber 1,1830.
bantiam, Thm-sday, lieeemlier 3, 1SW.
Lebanon, Friday, December 3, 181.
V!iterloo. Saturdav, IiecemlH'r4, 1880.
Liberty. Monday, becemberfi, 1880.
Sweet Home, Tuesday, Uecemlier 7. 1880. "
Iit'Ush 1 're!k, Weinosdiiy, Hecemlier 8, 18S0
Mabel. Thursday. December , 1880.
lSro nsville, Saturday, ileeember 11, 1880.
t'entet, Monday, llecemlier 13, 1380.
Syracuse. Tnes"liiy, lnemler 14, 18H0. .
Orleans, Wednesday, December 15. 1880.
II:irrisbnrx. Thursday. December 111,1880.
Ilalsev. Friday, December 17, 1880.
Shed. Saturdav, Deceralier 18. 1880.
West Allxiny, Monday, neceinlier 20, 15S0.
Kist Allianv, Tuesday. Duemiier 21, 18d0.
TAKE NOTICE : Pay vour taxes and save
costs. , .......
J. J. CHARLTON,
- - Sheriff and Tax-collector of Linn Co. Or.
NOTICE Is hereby srlven f hat the nndersfen
ed administrator of the estate of Geo. B.
Pollard, ilemiml, will, by virtue of sn order of
tne( 'ount ytiourt ot i.mn county, oresron. only
made and'enterevl of record at. the December
term of the said Court in the year 1880, on
Monday, the VJth day of January, A. D. 1881,
at the Court House door in Linn county, Ore
gon, at tbe bonr of one o'clock in tbe afternoon
of said day, sell at pnlihc auction to the high
est bidder, the following described real proper
tv, to-wit : Bcsinninx at the southwest comer
of K. II. Pollard's donation land claim, not itira
turn No. l.ii anil claim No. 58, In To 10 9. It 'S
west of tb j Willamette meridian, and running
thence east twenty-nineehains and thirty-four
Jink s.t hence nort h t hi rty-one chains and eighty
five Jinks thence west In tho west line of said
donation land claim, thene sonth ten dciirees
east to the place of betnninr . containing loo
acres more or less, situated in Linn coumy, Or
eprni. . i .
Tekms of Sai.b.- To lie for gold coin of the
TTnited Statc- two-thinls of the purchase prtce
to be cash in hand, and tbe remaining i bird on
a credit of twelve months, bearing? interest
from tbe day ot sale at t he rate of ten per cent,
per annum, and to be secjired by a mortKaje
on the premises. WILLIAM KINDER,
Dec.17, lSSOiillvU . .. Administrator,
t SIierlfT,s. Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue
ol a decree of forechjsnra rendered in the
Circuit Court of the Slate of Oreson for the
comity of Linn, in a suit wherein Andrew
Tripp was plaintiff and S. Luttrell, Dovey Lut
trell and William Cunningham wore uelend
ants. and by virtue of an execution issued out
ot said Court in pursuance of said decree of
foreclosure, and to me directed and delivered
on tbe 18th day of November, 1880, command.
in and directfnir me to sell the real property
hereinafter described, I liave levied upon Uie
mortKaited premises as described in said decree
and writ of execution as follows, to-wit:
liexlnnlnif at the northeast corner of lot Ho.
3, In block No; 4, in tbe town of Ijebanon, thence
south feet, thonce west fitly feet, thence
nonh 3i it feet, thence oast fifty feet to the place
of beinninjr. In the county of Linn and Slate
of Oregon, and on Saturday, the
15th "day of January, 18S1,
at the Conrt House door In the city of Albanv,
Linn eounty. Oregon, between the hours of'll
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock V. M.,- namely, two
o'clock P. M: of said day, I will tell the herein
lieforv described mortaired premises at pnblio
auction to the highest bidder fore-i-h in hand,
Jo satisfy and nay the demand of the plaintiff
in said writ of execution and decree of foreclos
ure. , ,
Dated this 86th day of JTovemlier. A. T. 1880;
, - J. J. CHARLTON,
Sheriff of Linn county, OrcKon.
Adtnlnlmtrntor'1. Notice to f 'realtors Ea
tate of liriiiKlo, De'eM.vl.
NfiTICE Is hereby ulren to the creditors of
sain demied.and all whom it may concern,
that the underpinned has been duly appotn ted
adriiiirtstnitorxrt Hieesiateof the said Daniel
" ba oik eliEHmuiust said ex i ate aie bere
by ri-ijuii-e l to present thein, with the proper
vouuliei-s. wlUiiu six months from the date of
this notice, to i lie itnderslunedut his residence
four miles cast ot Sliedd .Station. in ik! count'.
It. IT. WRIC.HT, A itniulstrator.
J. w. Wriaht.Miiy. foradui. viaua
in the Counter !
IS'ix-!. St., Albany.
rjMIE LARGEST STOCK OF
Books and Drugs
ever bronstht to the city of Altwmy. Also, a
laivc lot or goods selected especially lor the
such as Poets In fine bin llnjrs. Illnstrnted Ju
venile Books, Albums. Family Ritils. Pictures
and Frame. Ac, Ac. all of whk-ll will bo sold
at prices to suit the times.
Call and see for j oursel.eji. 13-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that theannu-
al meet ina of the st ot:k hollers ot the Linn
County Agricultural Association will 'ic held
iu room No. 3. si-coml tloor of Odd Fellows'
Temple, in the citv of Al'wnv. Linn conntv.
Oregon, on Thursday the Bih day of Janna1?',
imii, ar iiie nour ot one n'ciocK in tiieaiternoon
of said duy, tor the purnoso of electing seven
dirtK-tors lor said Asso-i:i'in, to orv I he next
onsv.insf year. THOMAS FROM AN,
J. II. Blkkhart, Presideut.
Oregon, Dee. 3. 1880-vl3nl0td
"M-OTICK 15 HEREBY GIVEN that by vlrtne
Al of a decree of foi-ec'onre rendered in the
CIrcnit Conrt of the State of Ovesron for the
county of Linn, In a suit wlierein Ltilie J. Has-
orooK was piuiniiu and M. 1.. liusurooK, u. c
i iKiicy anu jniiies it. wa-s!i'mrn, partners id
der the ilrin-iiuiiie and st vie of Coolev ft Wash
burn, and Albert Butts were defendants, and
by virtue of an execution issued out of said
Court in pursuance of said 'b-crceof foreclosure
and to me directed and rtellvrrd on the 18th
day of Novein ber 188. .ommandinic and direct
ing me to sell the real pro)iertv hereinatter de
scribed, 1 have devierl unon the mortifaired
premises as described in said decree and writ
ot e.ec.ntion its follows, to-wit ; ,
IVnlnnini; at the southeast comer of the
Pamhel Johnson donation land claim, beinit
claim" No. Banl ZA. an I notia-.;1on lie, 2.071
and boin also the northeast corner of Klisha
riOirliJs land claim, and riinniniqr thence west
1t7 rod. tben north ao rods, thonce east 147
vods.tlience'Sf -at h l nids to the place of tiesln-
iiinu, cMniainmtf acres more or less, lying
anj ocmKin t ne county oi unn ana state ot
Oregon, anu on Saturday, the
-.' I5!h day of , January, 1SS1,.
at the Conrt House door in the citv of Albanv.
Linn count v. Oresron. at the hnn r of two nVlnrb
In the afternoon oi said day, 1 will sell the here
inbefore descriliod mortaired premises at pul
lio auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, to satisfy and pay ihe demand of the
plaintiff in said writ, with the costs, Interest
Bated this 2Ctb day ot November, A. T. 1880.
.. J. J. 1 HAHI.IUJ,
PherlflTof Linn county, Oregon.
By S. IL Clacghtok, Deputy. dec380nI0
' - Slicriir's Sale.
In t he Circnlt Court for the State of Oregon
ior rue conntv or Linn.
Luther While, Plaintiff, -; .
K. G. Michael. Tiefendant. ,
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE of foreclosure
In the above named court in the above en
titled suit, and an execution and order of sale
issued In pursuance thereof, and to me direct
ed and delivered on tbe 17th day of November,
1880, 1 have levied npon the mortiras-d premis
es described in said decree, as follows, to-wit. :
Commenelns at Hie north west corner of the
Jared and Marv Mtvhnel donation land elalm.
Notification 20K8. Claim 41, township 14, south
range 8 west, thence s.mth 19 desrr-os 30 min
utes west ISO rods, thence sonth 70 dejrreea 30
mlnntes east ltw rods, thence north 19 dejrrees
30 minutes east 10 rmls. tlienee north 70 de
grees 30 minutes west, too rods to the place of
becinninjr. containing 100 aews more or lev
sltnated In the comity of Lin and tttaie of Oi
egon, and on JVedne-lay, the
29A day f Dteember, 1880,
at the henr if ona o'clock In the afternoon of
said day, at the Court House door In tiie city of
Albanv, in the county of Linn and Stateof ore
iron. Iwiil well the heivlnbetoredoseritied uiort
Kiuwd nraiuiae, tor ce-sb, in hand, to the liib
tbiddcr. to satlf. and y tbe demand of
the plaintiff ti sa.l writ. wit,-tli s.im of
874 00, ill lr- S. jr!'l --ln, with Interest at tbe
rate of om iwi'riit. ir wmth fmin ttee Brst
dav of Outobcr, IS7.S, aud tbe costs and diobura
inents of ssid sn!t and expenses of said sa'e. .
Dated this 'Ath day of XovomlHr. 188tl.
J. J. CHAhLJ.02f,
. ' ' Shevlffof Linn onnnty, Ororon.
BvS. H. CfcAIT tu-m, lnputj. ld-9
G ROGER EES,
V. TLIXK. j O. . CBAMSE1U.AIK.
FUXS St CIIASfBEItLAIW,
FPICB-In Fo9ter' new brick block, first
V door to the left, np i-tairs.
C. POWELI.. W. B. BI1TEU,
Attorney at Lavv ami jSollcil r
AIjBAKT, !- ORfJOO!. ' '33
COLLECTIONS proniiitlv made on all w te.
Loans negotiated on reasonable terms.
Office in Foster's new Wook. nlivll
4 ' i,".
J. K. WEATIIEnrOilE
tKOTARTPPW-rc.J ..,',,? f
WILL PRACTICE IS THK HIFFERfcNT
courts of the State. Soecml attention jjtv
en to collections and proliata mattcrj. okficjc
In Odd Fellows' Temple. n47vl0
K.B. HCHPHttET. i ' C. I. WOLTBTAk.
. Ilumptarey & WoKerton,' ;
Attorneys aa 4'oaBSIrm "
WILL PRACTICE IV ALL THE COV BTS
of this state. Officb in, Fronoan'sbrtck
(up stairs) Albany, Oregoa. .-" Iln4
: t Li moxtame;
-A-tto rn ey at JLarw
"VFF1CE Up stabs, over John Brlggs' at ore.
on first si reel. . - -
C. II. IIEWIT'iyj t.f
Attorney and Counselor b Uw.
Office, Old ftM Office Builtiin
KTll.. PRACTICB inj the dlOereot Courts of
TT the State. vllnH
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PKOIIPT ATTESTlOa 6IVEI 1 AU
business. - - t . vS29
E. O. HYDE,
Physician & B u rgcen,
OFFICE In Foshay & Mason's drnu store.
Residence Broadalbln street, Albanv, Or
egon.-'- . . .-:4 - , . Vl3l9
Physician ant! Surgeon,
Fromans's Brick, ap stairs.
t I Albaisy, Oruoa.
C. C. KELLY, 31. .,
PHYSICIAN & STJE&S02T.
OFFICE IN JJCTL WAIN'S BRICK BLOCK.
Residence one door north of broom facto
ry, Lyon street. i llvia
IUiML'S F. WIIIT1.XC, ARTIST,
Fresco, t-ign, scene.
ESIGN1N A fJ"i:fII.TV.
Rooms 6 and 7. PnrrlsW 'bck, corner First
and Ferry etrecis. Albany. Oregon.
ALBANY, . : .
Mrs. C. Houk; Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE hn been tliorou-.'bij; overhaul
ed and renovated, mvl i-:ce -irtr lii'-t cImhsi
condition for the nccomino-tjii lor-of i .--iis.
Uood Samole Room tor miii::: ni l.n.c.uis.
General Stage Oftice for Corvailis. Imb'pcnd
ence and Ijebanon. l";-e 'o:el f. iia
the bona. .... ! vii:i4!i
Di A O T C" D rV
"nViT'jr tht Avf. T'B-r.'frt.vmavviTdrllli
1ii;heMtandvtJn ctrdal out rulr pltul cru, at fcx&
the Cenhnni-l tin t ftn' rrrmHiont. Widely
fnvfra't'! knnvTn amnq phvKicianM at a gttat tnt
1T-mfmto7it;,cnUntiTiiTrtmt?lr.M'r. Atk mnjf
rifHc-ian into'trmctlcelity al-!tit. Thavaloa
Vile qttilitisof the common pnronsplsstorarshs
t'lls artirfc in-red r0 fold hy and scicntifts
tndict!An. It relieves altnt at onc and enrea
-hreGtli-rt!!!TSfriil evim to rrlive. It ia
wfthont donlit tbs lwst tnily aver devised foe
I-iTner.nd Wok Back, Rhnnmatism, SpiDal and
LidncyComr'alntssTid a!l local aches and pains.
Avoid iinitatiuns.Sold by a'.l Dragustsric Kc
ampin dc joiueo.t si I'iattsuj. YPtropi
HENRY 7. S!'mi.& GO'S.
HENRY W.SMITH & CO.
Kenton County, 6th BittKtttuekj,
252 & 254 VVest Third Ot
R. Sal tmarsh, agent, jilbany.OreKon. Tl3-
wipctli hnsmess now before the pnb-U. Tea
MtEtOl can make money faster at work for ns
than at anything else. Capital not reouired.
We will start yoa. 12 a day and l p Tan!
made at home by the industrious. Hen,
women, boys and sirls wanted, everywhere to
work for us. Now is the time. You tan devote
your wlioie time to the work, or onlv yonr .
spare momenta. No other business will pay
you n parly as well. No -one willinir to work
can fall to make enormous pay bv engatiD at
once- Costly Outfit and terms free. A g nt
optMirtnnlty for making i money easily and
honorably. Address Tkvr Co., Atiaaia,
Muino , 1 42'ld,
?ilT IT Alt, aM
' r.'!.TSnrJr"' List tor '
1880. Fbb to wtr
MLtlreM Npon saw
ilrscrlpnoiis of eyurvl
ihuitr roQltt.1 .
with overl.eoa IHnstrail.ms. We s4 ,1 -
Snoas st whnlesa'a prli-i In nnsnutiss to sw.J
nm nnr.-baser. Tlie only lusrlLutton laArw!..
wbrt nilks tli -itr spctnl lniliuai. Ailui-suuL
HVNTtiOM KPT Wltill 7a
. ??7 lt ab..it A.., t;aivVy
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