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IT. FEIBAY. - DEC 2. IS80; 1
ty by tbe namo of Prosper cno to
had been sent rat by the Washing
JioritSe to c&over . the Wlllamett
t and Cascade mountain wagon road,
i" e for liinwir wither certain charges
op to Wellington by. partlea along
De at Uie road were true or false.
PresUlitnt or the wd!. Mr. John Crw
, prowrtiJ a hack, dHrer, and neces
f wy&l tor tlie Journey, and indnced
. J$on Wheeler to accompany hitn on
i y4j. ; As - Mr. W. had been a large
Ni'ractor in the conatructioa of the road
e was well qualified to glre Mr. Proseer
11 the Informatkm he might require. : In
idditton, Mr. Prosser rvpresented that his
jliiancial condition was auch that he conld
not procure the neeewwry blauketa, etc
to enaoie btra to maks the journey com
fortably and a comported with the dignity
attaching to apechil Goventment Agent.
A coon as this ntatter was made known,
Mr. Wheeler kindly loaned him the Bum
j' ha -said he would require . Mr. Crawford
-fnthrming Mm that he would pay tbe carri-
I age hire, but exred Prosaer to pay Wa
own e:rpenea on t te road. Mr. Prosser
expreaaed hlmsef&i tmdermanyobligations
for tbe unexpected kindly treatment, and
proceeded in inspect the rond. At various
times, going and returning, lie expressed
moat favorable opinions regarding the ex
cellence of the road, and pronounced
contrary statements as lies, without any
foundation in fact. A number of gentle,
men along tbe line ot tbe road stand ready
to testify to this. No word of "fraud"
regarding tbe construction of the road or
any matter connected with it, escaped Mr.
Prosser in the lies ring ot any irson in
Linn county, aud it seems that not until
, J, one time after he had reached Portland
s did it occur to bins that a great fraud,"
ss the Qrtgonicm expresses it, had been
perpetrated by tbe road company upon the
General Government. What was it that
operated so suddenly and powerfully upon
special agent Proaers vision as to com
pletely reverse his oft expressed views in
this matter t
More titan ten years lias elapsed ince
51 tbe Company represented by Col Hogg
purchased the wagon road, and no breath
of frcpd" has been uttered in sonnection
with U during that time. As soon, how
ever, as the Company through Col. Hogg
attempts to utilize the land acquired in
building tbe road, in advancing tbe Inter
ests of a railway line from Yaquina Bay
across the Willamette valley f Eastern
Oregon, tbe howl of "fraud" la raised, and
every Impediment placed In the way of
securing tbe funds necessary for the con
stuction oflke road. With one breath the
slanderers of theVillamette valley and lis
ritlzena declare tlte lands secured to tbe
wagon road worthless while In the next
they declare tley are far too valuable to
be given to a road company that has done
nothing to rarn such a gift. The facts
re, if the lands could be sold at all, they
would not begin to pay the cost of the
construction of the road, and those who
are IMitg about Yaquina Bay and the
projected railroad, and doing all in tlieir
power to defeat these enterprises, know
that the only wav to bring the lands in
controversy into market Is by the con
struction of a great railway asconternplnted.
It would be a grand thing for Eastern
Oregon, and while5 conferring Immense
benefits upon the people there, it would
correspondingly benefit Linn, Lane, Marl
on, Polk.', Washington, Yamhill and Ben
ton counties specially, and incidentally
the balance ot the State. There's where
jf the shoe pinches. And further, the open-
lag of Wie Bay and the building or the
' ' railway would not be specially beneficial
e pockets of certain capitalist In Port
althotigh the citixens generally wouW
ioroentted. As has been proven al!
ying," tlMe capitalists will stoop to any
I tilng to defeat the opening of the Bay to
.commerce and the building of our railway.
Shall these money sharks and monopolists
succeed t " ' "-;
J. M. Sliiherd, Esq lia retired from
w nronrictorshin ot the Bedrock Democrat.
Baker t'ity, and Mr- J.'T. Wisdom takes
the helm. Mr. Shepherd has built up a
good circulation and large business during
t'Se many years be has been connected
i ' with tlie Democrat as editor and proprietor
and he retires with the good wishes of
J scores of friends tor his future , prosperity
N and happiness in whatever he may engage
or wherever he may go. .'
The OregoniaM lias not only determined
to cruh out ail attempt to Improve and
better tlie condition of the Central Valley,
but it has also declared war upon tbe rail
road Interests of the Sound. It proposes
to dictate to this portion of the State and
Fuget Sound what we shall or siiail not
have in the way of Internal Improvements
that may in the slightest degree cSect
FortliiNd's Interests. The Orcgonitt may
..oezVS.j- have bit off more than it can swal-
k lw' : , " :"'
tk nrmie has passed the Fortlflca-
Jtnt:::. This 1 prompt work. It tbe
- a m. " u.tf
ttmllttr pronptttae . insieau wi wmui
material, tbe returns of the last
(fVi'i.' u might have told a CBure
t e to its Democrats.
It Ij to to hoped that Wood's refunding
?! j j iccome a law. Tlie tenor of the
r la Lor3on papers shows that
i Ctatesbotids bearing three percent..
i..r. wfl is fcftffrlf taken up la Europe
j c a r ; Cnt't want tldsm at so
v d 13 1 te plaoea in
lt . .: : j r' :t, it spems. In spite
N'. A. I.riTes, Cetorel of
ri , l to anwte comnistsd I
; i ti.e Coitniil-is.
Wto May Be. . j Ttaa Mexican UUue. - ?- ' I I , v - ., at
ft was stated a few days ago tliat the
Democrats were likely to lose the seat in
U. & Senate now fllkd by Mr. Builey, of
Tennessee. The Chronicle says that since
Mien Bailey himself has given out, with an
air ot confidence," that there will be no
change, but' that" hts party laS ' afclear
majority of the joint Convention and will
certainly elect a ltnocrat to succeed him.
It apttears, also, that, the Republicans are'
in danger of losing one ' As.embtyman in
the Legislature, whose seat Is contested.
But, as an ofTset totliese reports, U now
comes to the surface for tlie first time that
the Republicans and the low-taxpayers
(Democratic all) in. the Tennessee Legisla
ture have formed a coalition by which the
Governor-elect (Hawkins, R.) is to be
elected Senator. What concessions tlie
Republicans are to make for this favor is
not stated ; but tlie reasonable presump
tion Is that Uiey R'ee to give the low-tax
faction what patronage the-Legislature
can control In its organization and otlicr
wise. If tills report is true, the election of
Hawkins to succevd Bailey will exactly
tic the Senate, and the Vice-President,
casting vote will give tlie Republicans
political control ot that body on and after
the 4th of March. The report is also now
repeated, in connection with changes' that
are soon to be made in tbe Supreme Court
by the resignation of Justices Strong and
Swayne, that Senator Davis of Illinois
will resign his seat in tlie Senate to accept
an appointment as Justice of the Supreme
Court, tlie position he held when lie was
elected Senator. Should this prove true,
his successor will be a Republican, as the
present Legislature of Illinois Is of that
politics by a large majority. In that case
the Senate will stand : Republicans. 39 ;
Democrats, 37 counting Mahone of Vir
ginia a Democrat, which Is by no means
an assured fact.
Tlte new cwoamaarier mt the Department
r the C'oIuoaklM.
Col. Frank Wheaton only has temporary
command of this department, Brigadier
General N. A. Miles being assigned to the
command. Gen. Mites b the bos3 Indian
fighter. Tlio annexed account of his
career is from the American encyclopedia
ot hlography :
N El -son A. Miles Brevet General, IT.
S. A., was born at Wachusetts, M.-irs..
Aug. 8, 1839. He received a fair educa
tion, ani at the age of 17 entered a store
in Boston. lie entered tlie service as first
lieutenant in the 221 Massachusetts Volun
teers in October, 1S61. rendered distinguish
ed services and was wounded at tlie battle
of Fair Oaks ; and was also distinguished
at Charles City Caossronds and at Malvern
Hill. He acted as adjutant general of the
1st brigade, l?t divison. 2d corps, from
Fair Oaks to Harrison's Landing, and was
made colonel of the 61st which he led at
Fredericksburg. He was fatally wounded
(as It was supposed) at Clutncellorville and
was carried from the field. He command
ed the 1st. brigade, 1st division, 2d corps
in the Richmond caiuaigii ot 1864 ; whs
made brigadier general May 12. 18(54. and
brevet major-general for gallantry at
Reams' station December, 1S64 ; major
general October 21. 1S65 : colonel of the
4th intantry Julv 23, 1866 ; transferred to
tlie 5th infantry March 15. 1869 ; brevet
brigadier and major-general March 2, 1867.
At Buffalo, N". Y on Friday evening
la3t, a fire was discovered in the third
story of a five story building occupied by
Birge & Sons, wall-paper manufacturers.
The building was 80 Teet front by 300 in
depth, and about 130 men and boys were
employwl In tlie factory. In less than
twenty minutes tlie building was a mass
of flames. The doors to the different
rooms were hung to saing in ; there were
no fire-escapes, and many in tlieir terror
jumped from the windows and were crush
ed by the fall ; others appeared at tlie
windows for a moment and fell back, ap
parency suffocated by tlie smoke and
flames. ; It was another great horror in
which many lives wore sacrificed because
there was no adequate provision marie for
the escape of employees in such an emer
gency. A part of the blame at least, rests
upon the city officials, whose duty It is to
see that buildings are so constructed thsit
parties my have a chance for their lives in
such cases. "J "-" ' .y
The Oregon Pioneer Association met In
Portland last week. Rev. J. S. Griffin
was selected to deliver tbe annual address,
and Judge W. Carey Johnson as alternate,
Medorata Crawford, K.-q., was selected to
deliver, an address on the immigration of
1842 ; Rev. J. L. Parrbh was selected as
chaplain, with Al. Zelber, Esq., as chief
marshal. The place for holding the next
meeting has not been announced.
An Act to amend Section 899 of Title 7
Chapter 11. ol the Civil Code, General
Laws of Oregon -
Be it enacted by tlie Legislative Assembly
of the State of Oregon.
Section 1. That section 899, title 7 of
chapter 11 of the civil code of the general
laws of Oregon be. and the same U hereby
amended so as to read as follows! ,.-
Section 889. Tlie courts of justice may
be Iteid, and Judicial business may be frans
acted on any day, except as prorld-d in
this section. No court can be opened nor
can any Judicial business be transacted on a
Snnda) . on tlie first day of January, on the
fourth dav of July, on Christmas day. on
the 30th day or May. on a day on which a
general election 4s held, or on a day ap
pointed by the executive authority ot tlie
United States, or of this State, as a day of
fast or thanksgiving, except for tlie follow
First- T give Instruction to a Jury then
deliberating on their verdict. "j
Second. To receive a - verdict or dis
charge a jury.
Third. For tlie exercise of tlie powers of
a magistrate In criminal action, or in a
proceeding of a criminal nature.
, Approved October 2E, 1880. v
X early every day pans out fresh murders
by Southern moonslilner8." Commis
sioner Raum sends fierce dispntehes, but
the men who violate the law are at liome
among sympathizers, and we do not hear
that they are brought to justice. Decided
ly, under the present regime, it is not a
pleasant thing to be a revenue officer in a
Tim bill taking away tlie legal tender
quality of tlie greenback, before the com
mittee on bankruptcy aud currency, was
not reported favorably upon, as the vote
disclosed tWat two-thirds of the committee
were opposed to th bill.
. Tlie Cabinet selected by Prealdedt Gon
sales is composed of men of ability and
large experience. Ignacio Mariscal, Hiu!s
ter ot Foreign Affairs, lns been for some
years Mexican Minister at Washington
and was previously one ot the Supreme
Court Judges and Minister of Justice'.' ' Htf
is a lawyer by profession, speaks English
fluently, and has been prominently before
the public tor many years. He la populate
both in Mexico and the United States.
Francisco Landers, Secretary of - the
Treasury, formerly s held that position
temporarily under tlie early Administra
tion ot President Diaz. He is reputed to
be a man of unusual financial ability, and
is the leading mind in the wealthy Mex
ican mining company which owns the
rich Pachuca and Real de Monte .mines.
j The Secratary is a business man in the
! strictest sense of tlie term and has always
; been devoted to civic pursuits. Porflrio
Diaz, who has just relinquished the Presi
dent's chair aud assumed the portfolio of
; Minister of Public Works, is as well known
' to tlie American as tlie Mexican public.
, His Administration was a great success.
' lie honestly met tlie American install-
inents, suppressed revolutions completely,
and inaugurated great public works, rail
1 roads in iarticular, which have rapidly
amused the dormant energies of the peo
S pie. He is uow hi a podtion to still carry
! out his extended views on the subject of
i internal improvements. Esequiel Montez,
j Minister ot Justice, was formerly Minister
ot Foreign Affairs, of the Interior and of
Justice under several Administrations,
i He bus also been a Supreme Court Justice,
a Deputy and Senator in Congress. ' He is
saltl to be one of the best-read lawyets in
Mexico, and an orator ot . great ability.
General Trcviiio, Minister of War, has a
reputation familiar to Americans from his
long command as General-in-Chief along
the Rio Grande. He stands high as a
military man. Carlos D. Gut1errez.Miuis
ter of the Interior, Is not so well known to
us as other members of the Cabinet, but it
we remember right ho was formerly Gov
ernor of the State at San Luis Potosf or
some of tliu Central States ot Mexico.
The Cabinet, as a whole. Is a strong one,
and will command the confidence ot the
country and the respect ot foreign nations.
In its make-up Americans cannot fail to
take a specil interest. General Trevino is
the son-tn-law of General Ord. speaks the
English language fluently, .and received
high honors during his recent visit in Texas
and elsewhere. If we are not mistaken
Minister Mariscal Is also married to a
young and lovely American lady, who was
formerly a belle at Washirgton. Speak
ing in the diplomatic and matrimonial
sense, the Cabinet of President Gonzales
is somewhat Ameriotuized a good au
gury, we hope. S. F. Chronicle.
The threatened suspension ot the writ ot
habeas corpus in Ireland shows that tlie
difficulties in tliat country are not exagger
ated. The news from day to day grows
more exciting, aud collisions may be ex
pected at any time between tbe British
troops and the disaffected people.
The electoral vote of every State in the
Union had been reported to the Vice Presi
dent, as the law directs, on Friday last,
save and except Oregon. Where is Wat
The National Board of Trade has adopt
ed a resolution favoring government man
agement of telegraph service by a two
Col. Prosser has come to Uie Pacific
coast to gain an unenviable notoriety. It
would seem that he was too cheap.
Princess Sarah Wlnnemucca has been
divorced, and is now a grass widow and
she desires the world to know it.
It Is rumored that Sitting Bull and all
his band are on tlieir way to Fort Buford,
to surrender to tlie Government.
Chicago 9ailmakers get three dollars a
day and six dollars on Sunday. They are
anxious to have next year's almanac made
with six Sundays In a week and only one
week day. f
A meeting of Irish Nationalists Is to be
field at Paris.
I LIT will make
- you a
pair of Boots
lit you ac
cording to your idea of a
fat, and will keep them
from -running- over with
his Patent Shank & Conn
ter Support aikd Steel-edge
Heels, and if necessary, in
repairs for six months, for
ix Hollars. 13
Money Exchahce Office,
WJR BtrY AKD 8KLI. ALL KTSPS OF Real
T Estate, nxxmtna Titles, pay T;
transact a general real estate bnsiness.
Money loaned on time to salt, in amounts at
850 to !20,000.
Money received on deposit, and interest al
lowed after thirty days.
Correanondcnco solicited on an land business.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the county of Linn.
T. L. Golden, plaintlfT.
VS. : '
F. M. I ion. J. I. Isyton, J. H. Wright and
John Lay ton. defendants.
To F. M. Lnyton, J. I. Layton, J. H. Wright
and John Layton, t he above named defendant
IN THE NAM B OF THE STATE OF OBKUON,
Von and each of you are hereby required to
apnuar and anower the complaint of the above
named plaintiff. In the abova emitted Conrt,
now on tile with the Clerk of aa4d Coort.hy 11ms
fl ret dav of the retcnlar terra of said Court, after
the publication of this wiiumonti for six suoroa
give weeks, to-wit: by tlx ft rat day of thnreirii.
Ihi March term of said Court, to be begun and
held on the
s JSonti Mtmday of Jtfnrch. t '.
In the year A. D. last, and If yoa fail to answer
tlie itrnintitf1 complaint as here required, the
plaintiff will take juUitnuut against you for
want of such an-wer, for the sum of t'275 DO and
Intercut thereon, at tlie rate of ten percent, per
annum from the tM day of July, 187U, ail tu U.
S. KOld coin, and the further snm of 00. and
tor the costs and disbnrxmenta of thi action.
Published for six weeks by order of R. P.
Boise, J ft t of said C-ourt, made at ehaiubers
In t ho Sxtutii, Marion county. Orecon.
on the Sd day of November. 18i.
FLtNSf A CIA iERLAIX,
lvc J7, ,80-3i W . ..tt for 11.
tzzztn rca r.:i csusats 1
The public tsvpecially Invited to call and ex
amine the large and varied assortment of
Inst received at Conrad Meyer's, on corner of
Broadalbln and First streets, consisting of
I SISCIIAK1CAL, TOYS,
; sf all Iciuds, unique and handsome ;
- Wax, China & Rubber Dolls,
; .. of all aiaes, styles and prices;
I Baby Bnggieii, -
Wajom and Velocipedes,
for good little boys ;
i Musical Toys,
j that will delight the children ;
cheap and handsome ;
hindHome for presents to any one;
and an almost endlcssand innumerable variety
of goods, specially ordered for the holidays.
., , 7-iI.'S0
A VI kinds of (onfeetions. Foreign and Domestic
Nuts, Fmits, etc.
Call and see for yourself, ns yon ran no fall to
be pleaaed both in quality and prices.
Nora This Fresh Bread every day.
: .. i tttJIHAO HETEI,
Albany, Or., Nov. 13, 1880-13-7
has opened a splendid lot of
Toys ;& Chiistmas
G O O JJ S !
In Gradwohl's brick, latelv occupied by Ora
ham, on First street.
At) kinds, styles and varieties of Dolls and
Toys for the holidays, all of which I Intend to
sell regardless of cost, to close out in these
lines. Call and be couvinoed tf the truth of
' . J. JOSEPH.
Albany, Oregon, Nov. 12, 1880.
TARMEHS WANTING THIS CELEBRATED
r Boot will find them at Samuel E. Tiivso's.
These Boots are also made with the celebrated
Standard Scww, warranted not to rip.
THESE CELEBR ATED GOODS STILL MAIN -tain
their standard of excellence as
Cheap & Servicable,
CX7EL or SHEIITE
In damp weather, and are not excelled by any
similar goods,. either
FOREIGN OR DOMESTIC,
An entire new line of the most desirable shades
just received at :
SAITOTIL E. TOUITG'S.
Albany, Or, Oct. aa, 1880tvl3m
Ladies' Variety Emporium.
2IHS. II. J. HYDE
KEEPS CONST AJNTLT OS HAND
German Zephyr. Canvas, ' Thread, Pfnt,
Needles, Buttons. Ileal Hair Switch
es and Curls, Hosier jf, Stamped
Bonds, Jcc. ttc., &c.
- Also, Agent for Dr. Warner's
Health Corse 1
. ' t hlll's Waist
and Madam Foyo'a
Corset Skirt Supporter.
: ISSTrench tamping donfl to onier.
I sag Broadalbln St.. oppoife Pot tfflceaeo5hr
Head, Head. Bead.
Win Street, Albany orctoa,
J. R. IIERRE1V, t Proprietor.
WILL KEEP THE BEST MEATS OF A LI
kinds the market affords, and will pay
the highest cash pries for Beef. Pork. Mutton.
Veal Calve and Chickens; also, Hides, and
Fnrs bought and sold. J. K. BKRBKN.
: October 1, 1880-v 13 nl.
' DtaMlntMa Satlee.
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
between D. Holacher and F. Ooette, under
the firm-hams of Holacher Goetz, in t he City
Market, is this day dissolved by mutual con
ent, F. CSoet retiring. All accounts due the
Arm must beseltled immediately ; parties hav
ing claims against the firm must nnwnt them
at once for payment. D. llOLACHEE, .
Albany, Or., Mov. 19, 1880.
e. c. joiir.son, m. d.,
Pbysielan aud Surgeon.
TFICK In Ffonmn' brick block, upstairs,
. BI. JOKES, !V.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE -At Plnmmer's Drug Store, In Odd
Fellows' Temple. KtuunKXCB-Second and
.Washington streota, one block south of Ana.
Marshall' Uvery stable. ' ivia
job mimmQ !
fatly executed at thii office.
DO YOU WAUT BAUGAIUS ?
THE1T GO TO
WHO ARE SELLING ALL THEIR
PREVIOUS TO STOCK TAKING, '
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Don't delay, as this offer is only for" a
TWELFTH ANNUAL BALL
.Albany Engine Co.
V1U BE GIVKH AT
PACIFIC OPERA HOUSE,
C'votMaUtPC of Arrmnart if uta .
T. J. CLIN E.
KREI. It EI.
JOE WEBBER, Jr..
J. A. G1LMUUR,
Committee of Keeeption.
W. B. StX)TT, I. RANKIX,
M. V. BROWS, JOS. WEBBER,
CUAS. KIEt'EK, T. J. CUXJfc.
, Floor Comnilltcc,
FRKO REIS. JOE CLARK.
N. KAI.ISKY, JOE W EBBER. Jr..
IKE UONN, Am-IItE MOXTEITH,
M. B AU SIG ART, FUEU MULLtll.
Kotlce f Tax-I'ityera of IAnm Coaatji.
Notice Is hereby given that I will meet the
Tax-Payers of L1nn county at o'clock A. M.,
and remain until 4 o'clock p. M. at their respect
ive places of voting In the Beveral precincts,
at the followinft t lines and places, for I he pur
pose of collecting taxes for the year 18S0 :
Fox Vallcv, Monday, Sovember9, 1880.
' Scio, Tncsdav, November 30, 18S0.
Franklin Butte, Wednesday, Decemher 1, 1880.
8antiam, Thnrsdav, Iiecember 2. 1SK0.
Ilxinon, Kridav. iteeember S, 1880.
Waterloo. Saturday, Ieceinler 4,
Liberty, Monday. Ieceinter6, 1880.
Sweet liome, Tuesday, IKscember 7, 1880.
Brush L'reek, Wednesday, liecemlJer 8, 1880
Matiel. Thnnnlav, leceiiiber 9, 1880.
Brownsville, Saturday, lec-ember 11, 1880.
t'ntet, Monday. December 13, 18S0.
Syraenae, Tuesuav, l)cceniler 14. 1830.
Orleans, WednesJav. IKKmber 15. 18S0.
Harrlslmnr, Thursday, December 16,1880.
Ilal.-ey. Fridav, December 17, 180.
Shedd. Saturday, Ilecemljer 18. 1880.
Wvmt Albany, Monday, December 20, 1880.
East Albany, Tuesday, December i!, 1880.
' TAKE NOTICE : Pay your taxes and save
Cta" J. J. CHARLTON,
She riff and Tax-collector of Linn Co. Or.
NOTICE is hereby (riven that the underslgrn
ed administrator of the estate of Geo. B.
Pollard, deceased, will, by virtne of an order of
the County Oonrt of Linn county, Oregon, duly
made and entered of record at the December
term of the said Court in the year 1880, on
Monday, the l'th dap of January, A. D. 1881,
at the Court House door in Linn county, Ore
Bon . at 1 be hour of one o'clock in the afternoon
of said day, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, the following described real proper
ty, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner
of K. II. Pollard's donation land claim, notifica
tion No. Man and claim No. S8, in Tp 10 8, K S
west of the Willamette meridian, and running
thence east twenty-nine chains and thirty-four
links.thence north thirty-oneohainsand eighty
five links, thence west to the west line of said
donation land claim, thene aonth ten degrees
east to the place of beginning, containing 100
acres more or less, situated in Linn county, Or
egon. TEitMS or Sale.- To be for gold coin of the
United State, two-thirds of the purchase price
to be cash in hand, and tbe remaining third on
a credit or twelve months, bearing Interest.
from tne clay oi sale at tue rate oi ten per cent,
per annum, and to be peenred by a mortgage
on the premises. WILLIAM KINDER,
Dec. 17, 1880 nil vl . Administrator.
NOTICE IS nEREBY GIVEN that by virtne
of a decree of foreclosure rendered In the
Circuit Court of theStataof Oregon for the
county of Linn, In a suit wherein Andrew
Tripp was plaintiff and S. Luttrell, Dovey Lut
trell and William Cunningham were defend
ants, and by virtue of an execution issued out
ot said Court in pursuance of said decree of
foreclosure, and to uie directed and delivered
on the 18th day of November, 1880, command
ing and directing me to sell the real property
hereinafter described, I have levied nnon the
mortgaged premises as desorlbed in said decree
and writ of execution as follows, to-wit :
Beginning at the northeast corner of lot No.
3, in block No. 4, in the town of Lebanon, thence
south t&X feet, thence west fifty feet, thence
nott b 84 feet, thence east fifty feet to the place
of beginning. In the county of Llun and State
of Oregon, and on Saturday, the '
r. 15th day of January, 1881,
at the Court House door in the city of Albany,
Linn county. Oregon, between tbe hour of S
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. ML, namely, two
1- ,( ... 1 . ...... T 111 . ..1. . . "
m w. un., , w ecu me uerein-i
before described mortgaged premisfs at publii1
Kwii iun iiiv nwiivst iiwuji iwcvn in nana,
to satisfy and pay the demand of the plaintiff
In said writ of oxocu lion and decree of foreclos
ure. , .
Dated this 80th day of November, A. I. Uso.
Sheriff of Linn county, Oregon.
Adninatrot4r'a Hottlec t Creditor Ea
Str Daniel Briugle, Deceased.
NOTICE is herebygl ven to the creditors of
satu deceased, and all whom It may concern,
that the undersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of the estate or the an id Daniel
Brlngle, deceased, by an order of the County
Court of I he state of Oregon, for Linn County,
made by L.Fltnn, Judge of said oonrt, dated
tbe 4t.h day cfOutorber. A. !.. 1880: and all per
BOiia havir.g claiuisagslnstsaid estateare here
by required to present them, with the proper
vouchers, within six months' -om the date of
this notice, to the undei-signet.Mt his residence
four miles east of Sli.tld Ktatlon.in said county.
, , R- H. WRIGHT, Adtninistrator. '
J. W. Writfbt.atty. toradtn, Tl3n?
in tlie County I
Firs. St., Albany.
rpHE LARGEST STOCK OF
Books and Drugs
ever brought to the oily of Albany. Also, a
large lot of goods selected especially for tbe
such as Poets in line bindings. Illustrated Ju
venile Books, Albums, Faiullv Bibles. Pictures
and Frames. 4c. Ac., all of which will bo sold
at prices to suit t be times.
Call and sec for yourselves. 13-9
NOTICE IS HEItEBT GIVEN that the annu
al meeting of the stockholders ot the Linn
County Agricultural Association will lw held
in room No. 3, second floor or Odd Fellows'
Temple, In the city or AUianv. Llnri county,
Oregon, on Thursday tho 6th day of January.
1881, at the hour of one o'clock In tlie alter noon
of said day, tor tho purpose of electing seven
directors for said AssociiKion, to serve the next
ensuing year. THOMAS KBOMAN,
J.lLDuKKHiitT, fJ" resident.
Albany, Oregon, Dee. S, 1880-vlSnlOtd
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue
of a decree of foreclosure rendered in the
Circuit Court of the state of Oregon for the
county of Linn, in a suit wherein Llllie J. Has
bi ook was plaintiff and M. It. Hasbrook, G. C.
Cooley and James II. Washbnrnc, partrers nn
der the firm-name and style of Cooley A Wash
burn, and AllHirt Butts were defendants, and
by virtue of an execution issnt-d ont of said
Court in pursuance of said decree of foreclosure
and to me directed and delivered on the 18!h
day of Novein ber 1880. commanding and d irect
lng me to sell the real property hereinafter de
scribed, I have levied nnon the mortgaged
premises as descrilted in said decree and writ
of execution as follows, to-wit :
Beginning at the southeast corner of tho
Samuel Johnson donation land claim, beinv
claims No. 5S and 88. and notification . No. 8.071
and being also the northeast corner of Elisha
Griffith's land claim, and running thence west
147 rods, thence north 90 iwIil ilimmt xui 117
rods, thence south M rods to the place of begin
ninir. containing 00 acrea mora or ivin.
an J being in the county of Linn and State of
uregon, ana on aaturaay, tne
v. 16f& day of January, 1881,
at the Court House door in the city of Albany.
Linn county, Oregon, at the liourof twoo'clock
in the afternoon of said dav. I will sell the h.-r.
inbefore described mortgaged premises at pub
lie auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, to satisfy and pay be demand of the
piaimiu in said writ, wirn tne costs, interest
Dated this 26th day ot November, A. D. 1880.
J. J. J. CHARLTON,
Sheriff ot Linn county. Oregon.
Br 8. H. Clavohtun, Deputy. decStMn 10
i Sheriff's Sale.
, In the Circuit Cotirt for the State of Oregon
for the county of Linn.
Lather White, Plaintiff, .
E. G. Michael. Defendant. '
TY VIRTUE OF A DECREE of foreclosure
-t- in the above named court in the aliove en
titled salt, and an execution and order of sale
Issned in pursuance i hereof, and to me direct
ed and delivered on the 17th day of November.
1880, 1 have levied upon the mortgaged premis
es described in said decree, as follows, to-wit :
Commencing aft the northwest corner of tho
Jared and Mary Michael donation land claim,
Noll ficat ton 2'KiH, flalui 41, township 14, south
range 3 west, them-e south 19 degrees 30 min
utes west 160 rods, thence south 70 degrees SO
minutes east 100 rods, thence north 19 degrees
80 minutes east loo ro-ls. thence north 70 de
grees SO minute w:t too rods to the place of
beginning, .containing 100 acre more or less,
situated In the comity of Linn and State of Or
egon, and on Wednesday, the
29fft d-ty rf December, 1880,
at the hcur of one o'clock in the afternoon of
said day. at t he Court House door In t he city ot"
Albany, in tlie county of Linn and Statenf Ore
gon, I will tlt the hereinbefore-described mort
gaged premises, for cash In hand, to the high
est bidder, to Nttl'tV and wy tho demand of
the plaintiff ir. std writ, to-wit, the snm of
$874 0(i. InU. H. gold coin, with Interest at the
rnteof on per cent, per month from the first
day of October, 1878, and tlte pasts and dlsburs
ments of wild Mitt and expenses of said sale.
Dated this Sith day of November. 1880. -
J. J. CHARLION,
SherlfTof Linn county, Oregon.
Bv8. IT. Curiiunw, Iwputy. 13-9
O. M. CltAXBXKLAUt.
Attorneys at jLaw
FFICE-In Foster's new brick block, first
door to the left, np flairs. vltl
POWELL & BIT. YEU, -
Attorneys at Lair and SatlcUorts
In. Chancery. L , - "--
ALBANY, - OXKOOIT..
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all po ta.
Loans negotiated on reasonaMa terms.
Office in Foster's new block. ; ; nUtll . -
. IL. AVEATIIEarORD,
Attorney at Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DIFFERENT
courts of the State. Special attention giv
en to collectlonsand probate matters. OrricM
In Odd Fellows' Temple. i 47vM
. B. HCXPREKY, , ,. C. X. WOX.TEST09C. '
Humphrey A WolvertoWj,' .
Attorneya and Caaitselara. as U
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE (XTB . '
of this State, office In Froauba brtctc
(up stairs) Albany, Oregon. lla4
JL. II. MOXTANE.
Attorney at Law,
albany, , '. .' ojucaoir.
OFFICE L t Ars, over John Briers tiianLSl
on First sJreeu , vllnls
T C. II. JIEWITT,-viR"? t
Attorney and Counselor at Law '
Office, Old Axt Office Buttdiy, , Albany, Orefftm.
TTTILL PRACTICE In the different Courts ec "
TT the State. , j . TiiafiS
- . B. JM. BlVACKBtTatS, .' .'. r ''.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AIJBANY, I f
IBOJIPT ATTENTION 4UIVEN TS AU
E. O. HYDE,'
Physician & Ourgeon,
OFFICK In Foshay A Mason's drug store. -.
KesidenceBroadalbia street, Albany, Or
. B. H. SAVAGE, U.
Physician and Surgrcen
Fromans's Brick, up stairs, .- ,
' t Albany,
C. C. KELLY, Mj
PHYSICIAIT & STTSGZOIT.
A LB ANT,
OFFICE IN McIL WAIN'S BRICK BLOCK. :
"Residence one door north of broom facto
ry, Lyon street. llvU
CJXIt S F. WIIITIXC, ARTIST,
Fresco, Slefn, Scene.
tfSi 4 j ,
DBSIONINR A SPKI-IAI.TT., '
Koom&Ontid 7. Psrrtsti hloflk.Mimy' Wlraa
and Ferr' etrcets. Alitiy, Oregon.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
ALBANY, - : . OKEtiON,
Mrs. C. Ilouk, Proprietor.
Tins HOUSE ha been thoroughly overhaul
ed and renovated, nnd nlncert in ftr& rtimwm
condition for tlie accoiuTiiodntfomof Ilsgnets.
tiood Sample Room for Commercial Traveler.
General Stage Office for Corvallts. Indenead
ence and Lebanon. Free Condi ta mm Ti -
tne borne. vlln4
Mjhett andonly medal sicva rutbrr plasters, mi tmtm
the Cnlnnul and P,iri gxpnntimms. Wid tig mm
Trmenlmtk ordinary pnromMiilmitfr. A mmm
pkftieitm in pnnr ours locality about if. Tb. valea-
ir:.' - .
.'"j .ju. u in-:- lire t-r-wm"n noroun!MfilTsre
tins -rtic'e IncreasMl 10 fold by ens and seienttla
Moii-t,nH T - . I 1 . i -
wsw olh-r plartcrs fnil nen to reHere,
without dnnbt ttj best wnrtdv arrsr davti
Ijimeaud Weak Rack. Khpnm.Hm. Krt a
Kklmvroinnl3intpand sUlntr.1 MiMaimilMlM
Avoid lmttations.Bold by all Druggists, rYioaSt.
; WHISKEY. S.
HENRY W.SrJIITH ?t CO.
Konton County, 6th Dit. Kwirtuk.
252 & 254 West Third St,
R. Saltmarah, agent, Albany, Oregon. v!3-
T FCT bnsiness now before the pnblte. Twts ":
IJIiul can make money faster at work for its
than at anything else. Capital not rwinlred, ;
We will start you. fl a day and rp-rua
made at home by the industrious. Btn, " '
women, boys and itirls wanted everj-s her to
work for us. , Now is t he time. You ten devote
yonr whole time to the work, or only yonp
snare moments. No other business vIIIm
vim n'curlv as well. No one willing to vrnrie -
can tail to make enormous nay by engaging at
onoe. Costly Outfit and .terms free. A sreat '
opportunity lor making1 money easily and.
nonoraujy. uura inti s VQn AUKQStlb,
Maine. . - - i -ttU.:
Y w y S. drlUm mt .vcr. j f . .
' 111 I r ynmmmT ttllllK rvqnlrcd tin .
,, - Personal rtmiiTa.
wtth evM'l BOO Illustnuiuas. V-m s,l TT?
rood at wholesale prices In qtisathiea r
tn porchuer. The only tustluitton la Amsnsa
whomskethlthlrpwiHj l.uslnrM Airli? -
i7 W eu-.h Ave", CiuiH, si,