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jgXDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1875.
fOSTOI FK K KEGISTIilt.
' ': . MAILS ArUtlVB.
From Corvallls at lOiiO A. w. dally except
SSmnllibftnon at A. W trf-weeMy-
iinndtivs. W'pdnesdiiyR nnd Fridays.
From Railroad (Nnrtlil dally c.wit Sab
bath, at U M i (South) at 12 :2b i: M.
' HAILS DKPAIIT.
For Railroad (Smith) dally, except Sabbath,
t il -10 A. M. (North) at 11 :45 A. M.
For Corvallls, daily, oxcupt Sabbath, at 1 M
'Vnt Teoanon. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
FOmHoURS-Ii'rorn7:!l A. M. to 7p. It.
Money order oflice hours, Irom 8 A. M. to J l'. M.
P. H. RAYMOND, P. M.
ANOTHER PbINTEB IN Luck. Our
renders will remember a wandering
Jour printer who a few years ago turnr
ed up in Oregon as a partner wmi iur.
Quivey in establishing the Corvullis
Democrat. - His name was Jas. A.
MH'er, and he dropped out of sight
and memory in a very few wfeeks after
the first issue ot that paper. We re
member of meeting him once afterward
in Portland clothed in flannel shirt
and ducking breeches, and he informed
us that he had been trying to make
hash by chopping cord-wood for a low
er-Columbia forrester; then again
bout two years ago, he Vas for a few
months, associated with our young
friend Charley Mosher, in the publiea-
"tion of the Roseburg Plaindealcr.
But his roving restless disposition cul
tivated by doing years of "tramping1!
impelled him to pack up his carpet
sack and light out into the wide, wide
world; and the next we hear of him
,is by the reception of a copy of the
Athens (Ohio) Journal, of which he is
senior publisher and editor, and which
informs the world that our "tramp" is
just about to start on a hurried trip to
his childhood home "away down in
Maine," where he goes for the purpose
of coming in at the settlement of his
father's estate, having been bequeath
ed a large amount of earthly treasure.
Such windfalls seldom occur to any of
the craft, but It is all the more appre
ciated when the luck does come. After
sin Ishmaelitic wandering from the
ice-clad hills of Maine to the confines
of the Sunny South, from the rock
bound shores of the Atlantic to the
slumbering waves of the Pacific, often
with only the sky for a canopy and the
bosom of-Mother Earth whereon to
repose his weary limbs; at times far
from the confines of civilization, with
savages and wild beasts seemingly-:
anxious for his society, It would be no
wonder if, after this great change has
taken place, he would feel considerably
elevated.' We also learn from private
sources that Miller (has married a rich
Buckeye widow, which will, we trust,
add much to his happiness.
WouLntfr Commute. We are proud
to say that wo last week found one
stern chaqipion of justice in Baleni
who wouldn't fuvor Gerrand's commu
tation under any circumstances. lie
Is a small boy perhaps might be class
ed among the ranks of the genus
hoodlum but nevertheless ho sticks
to principle and will not be swayed
from the path of rectitude by the clam
ors of free-lpvers, the banging of Gos
pellers or the appeals of susceptible
lawyers. When he heard of the com
mutation of the murderer's sentence
the hot blood of a Jeffries or a Robes
pierre coursed through his veins and
his indignant breast heaved with vio
lent emotions of outraged justice. Tak
ing his little sister by the. hand and
leading her hurriedly out to the stable,
he suddenly whipped out a rope trom
his pocket, adjusted a noose around her
neck, put the line over a beam and
promptly yanked her off her feet
After suspending her thus for a few
seconds he happened to think that he
hadn't secured her dying confession
for the paper, and he iet her down,
almost choked to death, and while sol
emnly abjuring her to confess to theft,
arson, murder, etc., the father sudden
ly appeared on the scene and interrupt
ed the course of justice bythe Inaugu
ratlon'of lynch law' in the shape of a
vigorous panking. That oppressed
and down-trodden youthf.il vindicator
of the law walked off on his ear,
mournfully murmuring, while holding
his hand on the outraged part of his
person, "How sharper than a serpent's
tooth it is to have a span kin' dad!"
Ballot's Maoazine fob Febru-ary.-A
nice number is Jtallou's
Magazine for February, which is now
for sale at all the news depots in the
country. It contains a choice number
of stories, Ut. Valentine poetry and
engravingc, a thrilling sea yarn, a
stirring adventure by that sparkling
, writer, M. Quad, of the Detroit Free
Press, six or eight domestic love
etories, most of them ending well, as
all jove utorles should end, a vast
amount of miscellaneous reading not
to be found la any other magazine In
this country. AH subscribers receive
a pretty chromo, and a more appro
priate present could not be made than
a year'B subscription to Ballon' t Mag
azine or the American Union. A list
of the contents is as follows: .My
Valentine ; Napoleon III; Milan;
Prairie Scenes; 1'Vedirrg Birds In Win
ter; A Wish; Disinherited; or, The
Mystery of the Headlands; The Poor
Old Man; A Singular Character; An
Experiment; Despair; A Card; The
Rival Mates; I'm Lonely 1 for thou
art not here; Will She Marry him 7
Come out in the Sun; An Open Ques
tion; Hetty's Protege; All about Rats;
Our Young People's fitory-TrlUr.
Mademoiselle Hy lphina; or, The For-
tunes of Castaway; A Sweet Be-
T.nge; A Whole Day to do Nothing;
' 'itutuven's Pul. Page; Curious Mat-
.. u..,,",. iwa .
I-ancie.; A Hrilhunt Announcement '
for 1872; Valentines-, Uuuiorous Pic- J
tures)' ' t
Published by Thornes & Taibot, 3fl
Rmmfifld Street. Boston.. OtiW S1.0O
ft jear, postpaid
For Polk County. Our
and energetic travulluK ajtent and cor- j
respondent, J. Jl. Marks, will next!
fc ruxrln lh nnrau nt Pnllr mnn-
ty for subscriptions to this paper. He j Ilerren and John Parker started for j nels;hrors if they don't take the I)i!c
to fully authorized to recehe'and re-1 the Greeuhorn nflnts last Wednesday, Iocrat.
of bnsines? J' us. Any courUie;
Anv courti'sies ;
shown him will be greatly appelated! expect to bve completed now in .
by the proprittors ol the Democrat. :Hrltime. ,
. A BUDGET Of ITEMS.
An Interestlngr Letter from the Upper
Fart of tbu County -MlauQuUho Health,
Wealth, mid Proxiertfl f North and
South BrownevlHe and UalSey.
Brownsville, Feb, 2, 1875.
I have written, out a few items here
which you can publish if you deem
them, of sufficient interest to your
Considerable shipping has been going
on lately, although; there Is yet In the
the Farmers' Warehouse about 43.000
buhels of grain. J
The village has received several new
accessions to itsjiopulatiou during the
past winter by arriy&ls of persons from
the East, and all are making ready
for extensive improvements in, the
, The Halsey Brass Band is malting
great improvement under the instruc
tion of Prof. John Everest. They are
now practicing every evening, and if
their interest does not flag they will
soon be able to compete for musical
honors with any baud in the State.
The health' of the community has
been generally very good up to the
time iif the recent cold "snap," but
since that time coughs, colds, etc.,
have been prevalent. '
The farmers in the vicinity are not
scared out In the least by the low price
which they received for their- wheat
during the past Beason, but are now
mivking arrangements to put in a great
ier.bfeadth af train than ever before.
The Good Temolars are to have a
grand festival' ut their hall on the 22d
itisti.'the proceeds to be applied to-
wards purchasing a library for the use
of the I,odge.
A splendid public school is taught at
this place by Prof. Finley, formerly of
Corvallis. It now lias in attendance
about 70 scholars, and as the teacher is
well liked the school is continually on
The store recently started by a com
pany of farmers of that community,
is doing a splendid business, and will
no doubt in the future get its full share
of the trade. J
Blacksmith and wagon shops are
rushed with work.
The farmers, like those near Halsey,
are getting ready to put in a large
amount of grain in the Spring.
The public school which has been
taught for a year past by Rev. W. R.
Bishop, came to a close about two
weeks, ago, but the teacher was so uni
versally well-liked that the Directors
only allowed him one week's vacation
and he was reemployed and opened out
again lust Monday. About 05 students
attend the school and the number is
Trade is as lively as could be expect
ed. The health of the citizens is very
good with the exception of coughs and
cold, which now seem to afflict the
people all oyer file State. :
Trade is very good and the merchants
doing well considering the present dull
This town was incorporated at the
last session of the Legislature and
since that time has done an immense
amount of improving. The streets
have beeu greatly improved, and side
walks extended to all parts of the city,
and a general tiir of thrift pervades
the whole community.
A very large public school is now
being carried .on under the manage
ment of Prof, Gilbert. The regular at
tendance is from 75 to 90, with a grad
ual increase in numbers and interest'.
Miss Lottie Burns, of Eugene, Is
now engaged in giving lessons in in
strumental music, and hits a class of
about twelve scholars at present. The
teacher is universally liked and her
scholars are improving rapidly.
The Eagle Woolen Mills started up
again last Monday after having been
closed since the beginning of the re
cent cold weather. They are now
working eight or ten looms and the
rest of the machinery is operated by a
full force of workmen. They expect
now to run on full time until they ex
haust their present supply of material,
which will be in about two months.
This factory is establishing quite a
reputation for its goods all over the
State, and will, in time become a
source of large revenue to that part
of the county. REPORTER.
Business Changes. During the
past week there have beeu several
business changes in this city. A few
days ago Josh Taylor sold the building
in whioh he has been keeping saloon
to a Mr. Hyde, who, we understand,
will shortly open out a grocery store
at that place. Mr. Taylor, after selling
his saloon, immediately bought the
interest of 8. Montgomery in the sa
loon opposite the St. Charles Hotel,
and it is to be in the future engineered
by the Taylor Brothers, S. Montgom
ery, having sold but ills Interest in the
"liquid dispensatory," purchased the
Albany Wagon Factory of Mr. Peters
and will hereafter be engaged in the
manufacture of the famous 'Albany
Wagon." We are glad to hear that
Mr. M. has secured the valuable ser
vices of Mr. Peters, and that gentle
man will still continue to superintend
the work done in the shop.
The Game Law. We publish In
this issue the ameudmentof the game
law, which is literally a destruction of
the protection which tiie law hereto
fore afforded. It will be seen that per
sons may at any and all times kill
m which mav be trespassing on
(heir lands or wnicn may oe neeneu lor .
I their own consumption. As th.se pro-
i visions will aQord ample pretexts for
itlllinc dper or other kinds of game .at'
all times, we consider the gamo law ; pure womanhood, t, be called upon t ,
virtually a dead letter and presume it ehro,..cle ber de,rttire to tho In-,
will i rcaaruV.; by buntcrs and !""' ' Ind, brings a pang of the !-
."jiortcmen. We trust, however, sine: roundest sorrow toour heart May her,
out legislators Have rem iv pnnw j
the same, that the betUr judgment m
Well 8 Ie QICiaU.HOI Colin""!! uummr
itv will deter hunters from an Indis-
criminate slaughter of wild animals.
FoB THE MlXEH. Majors J. R.
men to worn on uie uiwu, mcu mey j
men to work on the diUdi, hich they
TUB PARMKUS- WAREHOUSE.
Albany, Feb. 3d, 1875.
Jiditor Democrat : "
In the last issue of your valuable
paper I saw a communication again
from Stockholder No. 2, which he has
requested me to answer. In my card
published iti your paper of January
22d, 1875, I fully answered all his
questions, and why he wants a repeti
tion I do not understand, unless he is
put forward by other parties who are
using him for their own benefit.
His communication is made up.of
false representations and I will let the
stockholders answer for themselves.
The object of his communications I am
sure is to cause dissatisfaction anions
the stockholders. My conscience is
clear in regard to the business of the
company and having done my duty I
shall not notice any communication
he may write unless he will sign his
'Should any stockholder feel -aggrieved
at anything I have done, or dt
any transaction in regard to the busi
ness of the company, the records and
books in the office of the company are
always open, for examination. We
have no secret to conceal in regard to
We consider the one that said lie
saw the communications before being
published, and not giving his name,
equally responsible for the communi
cations. G. F. Simpson.
- Retrospection. We see in the At
lantic (Iowa) Telegraph, edited by our
boyhood friend, Lafe Young, that the
youngsters are having gay times this
winter sleighrides in the country, and
tafly pulliugs, in which "the lasses
grow doubly sweet." Ah, Lafe, my
boy, don't yod remember the gal
lus times we were wont to have in
that sacharlferous Hue In the halcyon
days of our green and happy boyhood?
A big sleigh-full of girls and boys', all
bundled up in robes and blankets and
comforters and mixed together in a
heterogeneous mass of cassimere and
jeans and flannels and dimity; the jol
ly laughter andsmothered"0, don'ts!"
mingled with the merry jingle of the
bells and echoed far out into the crys
tal night, making sweet musici the
sound of which still lingers in our
memory and vibrates on our heart
strings, almost annihilating the check
ered years which Ho betwsen that
young and thoughtless time and the
cool, calculating, dignified days of our
Many of our readers will recognize
in this brief picture a photograph of
their youthful enjoyments amid the
frigid winters of the older States and
will involuntarily heave a sigh of re
gret for the days of "Auld Lanit Syne;"
but if they pay their subscription
and eat sparingly of pig's feet, the
burdens of life will rest about as light
ly on their stomachs as in the young
er days of mince pies, doughnuts and
A Fright. A bachelor sojourning
in our city, after spending an eveninir
lust week with some friends, Btarted
for his lodgings, only -a few squares
ing perhaps the time when, "webs"
would be more useful than skates, or,
perchance, meditating two per cent.,
a bright light all at once shone round
about him. Perhaps the light was not
so bright or of the same character as
that seen by Paul on his way to Da
mascus in fact wo kuow it was not,
for it shone from one of tho second
story windows near by. Our bachelor
friend raised his eyes in that direction,
when lo! in the chamber from whence
the light proceeded stood a figure robed
in spotless white. Was it from the
celestial realms, or was it of earth ?
Our friend was for a Moment motion
less and then his teeth commenced
chattering, his knees siunte together,
and at last he sought safety in flight.
The first obstacle he encountered was
a shade tree, next a pile of wood, then
a poor calf had to be the victim of a
merciless collision, and then, by
another stumble, a spotted dog was
sent "kyeyi-ing" down the street.
We are happy to say that in the course
of. time our bachelor friend arrived at
his lodgings "a wiser if not a better
man," but he still heaps imprecations
upon those who do not lower their
window curtains before disrobing.
Snaoged. We learn from our trav
elling agent, Mr. J. M, Marks, that the
steamer Alice met with an accident
last Tuesday afternoon, about a mile
awl a half above Butna Vista. She
was running along at a good rate of
speed when she came In contact with
a snag, wilieh stove quite a hole in her
hull just underneath the boiler. The
captain swung her around and made
for a bar which was reached before the
boat bad time to sink, which It would
have done as it had 23 inches of wa
ter in the hold in four minutes after
the time of snagging. The passengers
were compelled to wait for about an
hour until the Chirf came along and
carried them on to their destination.
Steamers came up Wednesday even
ing to the relief, and by this time we
suppose the disabled boat is on her wuy
to the boneyard.
Dead.-. We regret much to learn of
the death of Miss Tryphenia Abbott,
daughter Of M. II. Abbott, editor of
the I'eiulleton Tribune. Deceased was
tho oldest living sister of Mrs. it. K.
Warren, of this city, was ayoune lady
of beauty, culture and retiiiemnt, as
well as nosscKsed of rare traits of
goodness. Hhe fell a victim to Con
sumption, that relentless destroyer who
lias made many a vacancy In Mr. Ab-
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Penia well from her early childhood,
and now, as her young life waa first
unfolding itself in the full bloom of a
r - - - ,
Foc.nd. A lady's fur cane was found
near the Metholit Churcli last Hab-
bath evening, which the owner can
have t y proving property and paying
for this notice. Tell this to your
o Bra,jev & Rf,n's Oallery
with an .I.KVAT01t,42SMontomery
- Street, can Fnmclsco.
HOME AND AROAD.
Valentines at Foshay's.
Brick store to rent. See ad.
JudgoStrafian culled ftfoiiday. .
Corinthian Lodge to-mormw night. ;
Mumps is what is 'Hie -mutter with our
The circulation of the Dehocbat is grow
ing rapidly. .
Wo do all kinds,ofprinting cheaper than
Erarbody engaging his "Valentino", fo
the 22nd Hall,
J. V. Mack, of Lebanon, is appointed
Our agents are daily sending us in new
subscribers. . Good, , .
Tho lnolliflnous chirp of tho hungry pigs
is heard in the land.
Weather moderating to the appreciation
of the average Webtbot.
,3 L. O. Dougherty don't want anybody to
trust his wife, fckio ad.
The St. Charles Hotel proprietors will
spread themselves on tho ball supper.
Cars and boats have resumod travel and
tho musical buzz of tho book agent is
Last Tuesday was "ground hog's day,
and ho didn't see tho ohaclow of his nar
rative . ,
Capt. N. B. Humphrey has boon coin
missioned Notary Public. This is a good
Warrant holders who want the "skads"
will observe tho notice of Hon. A. II,
Brown, State Treasurer.
Tho streets being again muddy it is lime
for teams to stand on tho crossings and
make pedestrians walk around through
Bio. H. E. Harris, of Corvallls, smoked
his pipe in our sanctum last Monday and
bragged on tho Democrat much to our
Messrs. Clement and Corum started for
Sweet Homo last Wednesday l'or tho pur
pose of negotiating for tho purchase of the
If it, wouldn't be too great an incon-
vonionco wo would liko all who owo us
either on subscription or advertising to
walk up and settle.
The Democrat is only ?3.00 a year and
wo pay the postage Why will yo hunger
after knowledgo and die in ignoraneo at
that price, pustago paid I
Tho Recorder's Court was ratbor lively
last Wednesday, at which timo a young
man and a woman wore fined, for having a
A gentleman from Colorado has just ar
rived in Albany, having come hero with
tho intentidft of mining on the Santiam in
the vicinity of Grteeuhorn.
Allen Parker has got home from Astoria
whore ho was ice bound for throo or four
weeks. Ho walked from that place to
Forest (irovc about SO milesc-having a
rough timo of it,
Wo hear of persons coming from Kugone,
Corvallis, liarrisburg, Soio, Brownsville,
Lebanon, Halsey, Jefferson, Salem and
other ci! ips to our grand Anniversary Ball.
Most of tiieni will bring their little hatchot.
"Oleomargarine," or beef blittor, is the
latest; though that young lady who was
attacked in tho rear by Jase Wheeler's pot
deer, while she was trying to climb a funco
lost week, claims to kuow nioro about duor
Majors Parker and Horren went out
muting last Saturday, were out all day,
got about fill shos and brought homo tho
carcass of ono little loan duck botwoon
thorn. We thmk some oi reconstructing
Messrs. Tileston Scott, of this city
turn out some of tho most beautiful and
substantial work, done in this Kiato.
Thoro is no use in our citizens going to
Portland now to get their work done, or
for (ho purchaso of anything in that line.
The monthly uiceliug of the Albany
Sabbath School Union, hold at tho M. E.
Church last Monday evening, was, wo aro
informed, largely attended and the exer
cises unusually Interesting. It is a good
investment of time, especially toour youth
Asa contrast botwoon tho prosperity of
Albany and Salem wo will stato that in
this city thoro ore now 20 or Ml buildings
in course of oroctiou, while atSfll-.Mii ibci-i)
isn't olio, and even a scaffold begun thoro
last week was torn down for wautof,Uie
necessary "sinews of war' for Its comple
What is it That Pays. It is the
penny saved nioro than tho penny
earned, that enriches; it is the sheet
turned when the first thread breaks
that wears the longest ; it is the damp
ers closed when the cooking Is done
that stops the dollars from dropping
into tho coal bin; It is the lamp or gas
turned low when not In use that gives
you plu money for the month; it Is
the care in making the coffee that
makes three spoonfuls go as far as a
teacupful ordinarily; It is the prepay
ing subscriber who gets the printer's.
Blessing; It is the sncaklngcst boy ut
school who gets the highest prizes.
"Massacre op Glknuoe." We
are pleased to know that our neighbors
of Corvallis are to be uilordcd an op
portunity of hearing Calvin B. Mc
Donald's famous lecture on the "Mass
acre of Glencoe." The lecture Is to
be delivered to-morrow (Saturday)
evening. This Is one pf the most beau
tifully descriptive literary productions
of the day, and a community may well
consider itself favored by an opportu
nity of hearing it. We earnestly urge
our Corvallis friends to avail them
selves of this great favor, by giving
Bio. McDonald a roushlg house.
Fire at Tanoent. Last Monday
night a fire at Tangent nation, six
miles south of this clly, burned tho
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ln(,etlRf wj,h bW)k(1 ftll(
accounts, etc. We have not learned
the amount of pecuniary damages sus
tained, but to our ynunir friend who
was fast securing a lirst footing in life
it must bo considerable
The Dkmockat Is a live pier, and
like Ayer's pills, no well ngulated
family cm allord to he without a dose
of It In the hojse. Kmc prrpectus
elsewhere, and we earnestly auk our
frl....lM .VdruwUn tr. H.J.I it, fvf..ur1.
li,K Its circulation. Its readlnir matter !
B ,)f tne freshest and Its Democnu-y of
AI, IT IiA.-The followmg note Is
mm lu imv uwn picMeu up in our
utrwts lant Hatjrday: "Dear
' I hojieyou ain't mail bckase I dident
j laff sc you whn you laft at uie last
. evening at Hie
posUifilce. 1 ain't
, but I have ot a
i Pniud, Dear
bile uidcr my arm and I rant lafl as
I used to, as Heven la my Judge."
CAU.Kn.-We reived a call lat I
Wednesday from Messrs. Kelly and
iStaigcr, of fiakm. Call again, gentle -
Bible Society. The regular annu
al meeting of the Linn County Bible
Society will be held at the Congrega
tional Church In this city to-morrow
evening. A full attendance is sollot
ted, as officers are to be elected to serve
during the ensuing year, and other
important business is to be transacted,
' Win. 1 1 Know, I Know," said the creat
surKuou Maiii'iidio. "dive mn stuooorn mots:
I caro not lor theories. Thig U sound doc
trlnv. Possibly a inouiiMil murlinPt mitrht be
ahle, in a plauelblo way, to show whv Da.
WALKKH'S VlNKOAK bllTKKS OUtfllt not to
our.j Indigestion, Headache, NervousneHu,
Liver Complaint, Muscular Diseases, and Ml
asuiiitic 1-evers; but Ha Miey do In everv in
juries effect lhat object, his One theory would
be a watte ol words. As Mitjrendlo said, tho
world demands laets, not speculative opinions.
FENTON.-On the 2d lnsl., ot tho residence
hf Her lather, lOlcler J. W. Uaborn. noar Sclo,
oreiron, Mrs. Emma Kenton, of Kllkttat, W.
T., In the ittlth year of her ase.
NEW ADVElt'f ISEM KNTS.
BRICK STORE TO LET.
A DESIRABLE UKIOK STORE ROOM TO
mut In Albany. For pttrtloulora Inquire at
ttiB liliMUCKATottlco. natiw4.
rwO WHOM IT MAY COXCKRX : WHERE
Jl hs my wtf$ Taioy A. Dougherty has left
my bed and hoard wit hout Just emm1 or provo
cation, this Is to notify ull person not to har
bor or trust hor on my account, as I will pay
no dfibts of hor contracting aftor thttt date,
Hoiavii,i,k, Linn. Couuty, Oregon, . ,
January 27th, 1875.
uatfwL L. C. DOUGHERTY.
TAKEN ITP BY THE SUBSCRIBER, LIV
Inc about seven nillen West of UoHebtirR,
on the Coos Hay road, In Douglas County, Ore
won, a bay mare with some white on iinr foro
head and nose ; hor leit hind foot and right
foro foot Is white up to the hook Joint, She In
QupprKtPd to bo about live vciar old, and In
about ilftcen hands hlh. Nomarksorbrands
perceivable. AppraUod at thirty-flve dollars.
Also an iron gray lllly, llpht colored on hr
nose and lowr part of her head. Hhe Is about
two yuarit old and is about fourteen hands
hlh. Jfo marks or brands pcrcolvable, Ap
praised at Lwonty dollars.
January -Aith, !S7o.
HARRISON REAZLY, Jr,
STATE TREASURERS NOTICE.
"fciTATK TltKABUKKli'B OFFTCR.i
Bai.km, Jan. 1S75. f
WJOTIOE JH HELEUYUIVKNTTHATTHKRE
IX is money In the Treasury applicable to
tho payment of tlw following warrants drawn
on tno Treasury since tho Htli day ol' Heptem
bt'r 1K71, tu-wit i Nos.2V.J!l3,374, Wl; Uh8.
;M, oltt, 4W, 41)3, 394, Wl, 4117, 4, 41ti, 431,
l5, 4JW, 477, 47S, AM, 487, 4HS, 4M, 451, 4.YJ, 457, 4M,
4(il, Wi, 41, 4!!1, 4!H, 44S, 4IUt, 4117, 4S, 4!, WKi, 44k),
rjiiii, fill, 5i-2, si i, 5ift, Mu, fi"t wo, flat, ha, fwa, 5,
Ml), ftftl, 537, ."viH, Mi), 510, Ml, &, 513, 6JB, 54S,
ullt, iwi, oo, CM, 507, mt.
Interest on Lite above warrants will not be
allowed after this date. A. H. BROWN.
n20w4. IStato Treasurer.
STATE BOARD OF MiGRHTIOI..
1.1 OR THE PURPOSE OK AEKORDTNC!
information lo Ituml(rrantsamilntciidln(r
Kmljimnts t o Oregon, now in fort i(inoonnriP
ami hIkUt States, und for circulatine Mich in
formntioti abroad by this Uimrd, all pi-roomi In
this State having Karma and landsforHaleor
Rrnt, or dOHlrous ol lormitiK Colonics, will
pica) lorward to thin Hoard as soon an ponsi
blo detallod dcRCi'i'tlotiB of their Farmi and
Lands, Location, l'rlco and Tornm of h1p, or
conditions of renting ; and all peranna defdroim
of obtaining Aurlcultnral or othnr Laborers,
Urlll pluuso communicate direct with till
llv instructions of tho Commtasloncru of Tin
migration. WILLIAM KKID.
AMtato Commissioner of Immigration,
SAMUEL E. YOUNG.
Wholesale and Retail Dcalor la
DRY GOODS, GIMK EKIF.H,
CLOTIIJVG, BOOTH AND
MIOl;. Til ill-Nil F.K,
ItKAI'EUN ASI l IIOW.
And BROADCAST SEED SOWERS, Etc.
TEEMS OASH. Erat St., Albany.
vlOnHlf. ' '
ran HE BTIATER-Ir-ATEI) HAND WTAMP,
JL lor printing nams on clothing. Tills
tirtntfl one line, and is lurtilHhnd with 3 alpha
uiii fit lypi' lor H,."(l, or 5 alphabets for 11,75,
The Kurt'ka Hand Ktamp, with 3 alphabets
The improved hand Htamp, prln I 2 llnni.
Wbb HiilptuiU'Uof type, ,(HJ.
'i'li'1 ll'tin i 'omjinnion Curd Printer, for bus
iii' SN t:i"ii unil olh'Ts, prints i lines, with ID
'Hi.' iiniii''h.i Mn( I'rhttlnir Press prlntafl
tin', with id iilphn ;.
l li'' lmuiuiul Print. u: Pmm prints from iH
to.V- inMvs iii:nv $Si,W.
AM irkol tnilcHIUiti ink, inking pads, tc,
i'urnisn'l iiw with eaoh press. All ordors
H nd orders to NORRIH MORHIH.
vlOmiflmlt. Albany, OroRon.
STATE RIGHTS DMOCRAT.
Oldest Democratic Paper in Oregon.
FOR. TIIE STATE.
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TION OF ANY ritOVINCIAL
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Is a nowsy, racy, live, progressive
and aggressive Journal ; and having
lioen Democratic in the long, dark
days of our party's despondency, can
afford to bo Democratic now, when
naught but sunshine streams across
its pathway. Being published in the
great agricultural heart of the Wil
lamette Valley, it is devoted to the
interests of Die husbandman, as well
as to eylTi' hranch of honest
industry. Its circulation is rapidly
increasing, and its prosperity uuui-
ampled in Oregon journalism. It
commences the year 1875 in an ele
gant new oflice of its own, with new
type and new presses and
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Subscription price $3 per year.
HAKT. V. UROtVX, Editor.
1 STIITIBT ft. i
iJiSdii.l S OitnMI, rTOpnetOrS.
"WYE AUD LET LIVES"
(I RhAU Inaugurate this motto Into uractlos bf
iHiruuiKiuK Lilt, prtiiLttr.J
1IAVINO PURCHASED THE INTEREST
a or my lute nurtnerft. Mpsws. . Ofrttt slid
A. Aoitpaolittr, I am deilroiu of keepinic tits
uiiitiiifw iipt.u lis lonntirsLtiiiuHra Hiia ii
tae lulloit satlsfAvUon to auiutiuen.
I will brgla ths KnllTrsrlo with frmh in
voltio or uew uootli, ooniiHtiiig or
dronriii,' . ., ,(
Oent'H Furnishing Goods,
' Ladles' DreaaCiooda,
Hats dt hib, '
Boot & Nhocsv,
such as It ffpnentlly kept Id a ( . '
1'IRST CLASS RETAIL STORE !
All of wMiih twill aril at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
OortHtnntly on hand,
RAW HIDE BOTTOMED CHAIRS
GO TO THE
BEE HIVE STORE
CHEAP FOR CASH !
MERCHANDISE 0t CASH !
THIS IB TUB 1
CHEAPEST PLACE IN ALBANY I
?Inrtlf a will iiIwiivr do wall to cnll fttid n-a
for Mitt tit seivoit btiiuni ooncuniaHnir f lilr trAdc
vHnwar. KimMt., Albany,
CAPITOL IH ILIUAO.
AT MA IMC M, OltEOON.
KIW.WlLh HR RKX'RIVRO AT TITF OF-f.-c
of the Hoard of Capital HulldllttC Oow
r,,,MinuTH for ttni lollowliiK Iron, viz.
40 Window NIIIn, it feet 4 inch on long;
1 foot 10 ln lim wid.
2 Window NIIIn, J 1 Inct H iiicl. long!
1 foot 10 limhiw whlo.
40 Window C'apN, to fmt 6 Inrlioa long,
00 llrni-kftN, i'ir whitlow pJlaHtora,
90 4'orl(ln, uridtT window all In.
tf! Flret HtMl Moulding, foot
04 rilHMlwr 'Bp.
IH Hoy Ntoiteft.
H0 iArnvvM, for moflttllioni,
700 Ornament, on aido modftlllona.
This Iron .mut be hirnlihfd within Uw tlnifK
and tnudi' to conform lo Mia planu and KmoIH'
catlonii of thf ttamtt iih di'Ncrllxtd In 11
d'-tnilid drawiriK and p'ctflmMoiiN now to
rn-vn In the oOkiM of tho ArchiitHrt, W. W. I'lpor,
Hatd bldi mint bn accompanied by an under-
taklnjf with two or iiifiru nurdl.-, of not
than fivf ft cut, of thu ainotiut of laid bid,
conditioned that If tho contract bt awarded to
th unit I bi'l'bT he will vtU-r Into Iwjndii for the
faithful pcrforitian' of liald contract
Th- bid n-ooivi'd by tin-1 tour d for laid tron
will lwoH'it"d by mild Uoiird at thi-lr olfice In
Hab ift, on thu ZitH day ot kvbruury, 17A, at 1
u'vliH k v. m. of iit id tiny.
Tin board n w-rvi' thf rltfht Ut reja anv and
at biiUlbut filial! In thidr Judtf merit not be ao
com piin I' d with Huftli-.ifta Hiirrti'ia, and al to
rv-U'rt all tha bid in eawi all Nhatl b too high,
i'nh In coin will bo paid on th deliver of
thf Ifin at Halciii.
ily rd:rof tlu rtoard.
II. mi 'Al'IXIOjf, PrMldMt.
F. Wit, mm, K.-rt tary.
Ha loin, Jan m, b;.i, (tafJwS.
STATE TREASURER'S NOTICE.
1 BTATK TurAHfTHCH'H OmitKA
Halttm, urt.Knri, Jan. 11, iti'tlt.
Kottcp le otr hr irlwr thet thf ro am fund.
on hiiml -,li''Hji- Wi tin- iiuyni'-nt ot the fnl
lowiny warraniit, itriiwu on lot- rtltiut Irt-aeurnr
ttlliw W.'i,U-liiU-r 1111. A. I. i7t. bi-wlti Na'
w(, iui, ii'., ai. M, aw, im. in, m so, i,
an. zvi, aw. M, m, Mi. 'e. , tj v&
, m v, wj, aw. in 'n, an. m. wo, j, jao,
ail, sin. . fl. , aw, Jim, an, m, am, in. 31.1.
3i, an, iun. .121, m, , an, ., Dii, m, k. ,
x. 1, :m, tn. aw, , an, an, tn, m, aw, ai, to,
AUo WArretiU No'tt Ski. Me, I04M, 2WI, MH, SM.
v, tno,nmi.m,Ul.liri, drawa imtloue to
tfrttfit. II, 1674.
Internet will one t allcnrwl oa tbe ataxw
wurreate ettar tbie riau..
bell re, Jea 11. lcv -i.
A. H. fcffjvfK, tateTreatont.
A D VKHTISEM NTS r
JAiTaES h. COWAN,
i (sqccsiftoa or a. oswai ' o.) -
" .,, DEALER Jit , i
WILL KEEP ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL SrTOCK
GROCERIES ! ' '
' , Boot and Shoe I , f i.
All fur Snle M the Luwoit Pricoi for CA9B
orPHODlieK. . i ... . ' '
All perion, uwlDfC'A. Cbwun A Co. can ittl
ny eallins on mo at Lebantm.
r7n94tr... ' JAMK8 UtfOWAN,
EMPIRE BAKERY r
, ; . . i, -?ani hi! . ;i
Car. First A. Ellsworth St. Albany, Or.,
Kuepa ooui tsotly on band a ei-inplvtiei Mtirt
taontof :'t ; -vi: '
Qrocariss and Vefatablas' ' '
Trsnch and Fancy Candies!
Wlnos and Canned fruits 1
t. 1 . " i , . -.
Cigars, Pipes and Tobacco
And ererythinir else te be found in s flrt olnu
HetHit Futility Orrery Rnt Notion lHbliitu
ment. "Live ud lot live," tl iny 11111111,1111
ihell be the aim (if my niitnner uf duuliu with
oustomer,. Call ead aee me. '
V7n27yl., . JOHN 8CHMKKH
" ; new. 1
LKAIltER ST 'KE,
DAVID IKVIN, FropUv '
IHAVB OI'ENKD MT A NKW LKATHKIt
Htorcin AHuuiy, nnd will' kouu.ifmstjintly
on hnnct nil kinds af flhotMimk'TiMiiiilhiK!,
nnd a Inrm asmnliiUMit of luntlitTn, eoiittlKllntt
of Krnnch null itnd kip, Hninn uliiiiM, nnd Runt
Nkiiis for boot ImckR and lt'u: Piiihnlitintiti.
call atul t'nttlornta kip, and many nt.lt-i' kliidn
ttf It'atlUT WlllOll it. iRUSflHHtll umiIilTh,
fr mm rv t iii orn nnd h ioc-niki ri v
Unil It to M-ir iidvivniiiv to d'ul ulili iiii an I
am mltlnL yity cIhbi.
wior'-on rroniP., nxt aour mniiiiurji
NVw T)riir KtorA,
i Gem worth Reading ! A Diamond wortlt Seeing !
SAVE YOUH ETESI ttt
Eeatore youi Sight! u J
By reading our Illtm- f 5
tinted PIIVHIOI.OUY N
AND AS ATOM If of tl
how to Raatora ImoMr- 41
cdVUIoiindOverworkd '( How
to euro Weak, Watery, Inflamed, and
Near-Si gilt ml Eyea, Hud !! uMkaar il
caaei of 1 he E you.
WA.STK NO MOKB MONtiY BY ADJUSTING
BUGS GLAUSES OX YOUR NOMS AtfD !!$
riGURISQ YOUR FACE. Pamphlet of 101)
aeMalUd Fiwi fleud your adiXroaa
lo us alo
tienta er I Mtn. $S te l(l A dey fruernnf end.
felt pu-tlculere tent free. tVrtte Iniiuetlteuljr,
WGNOER OF THE WORLD I
Look ln' re, 'Weary Woiiie'u.
Ik tha Irf'Kt, fhfnp"t nnc! in oft rtnnsbh' ma
chine pyi-r invi ntfd, and will cost iicLUnit tn
ttonn a tb rot i lit ry in lull ni tiirm. Th t,:it-
fmni W, H. Mc'itrlmurMlln-ittor.-AIl'Bny. 'ti
9mtn IS,iW, and worth tbu t'iit.lon of nv'i'j
family In the Hint-; don't full, to nt-a )t lyiurn
inirliiiulnn' inn' nlli!.
K1,I IlA7.I4Si,Cicuirat Atwiittnrih'-t Htatii of
4)r(ron. nIMtt, . .:,
IV'I'I' KKEP rONHTANTT.Y A- HAND
tf thit bitKt mmt tun iiiHrunt HiK-riii., una
will Alwaye lie fmllid rfittly In iir'-iiiiiitii'itiiti'
thoitf who mey rnvor lilln Willi HOHll.
ay-lllnli.)l market irl iwild lor )nrk,"t
" ,. w. c. twi;i:iali:,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ' '
Cutlery, Orookeryv Wood 4 Willow Ware
CALL AND 8EE HIM.
Store on Front etrwtt, Albany, Ort(fiiu,
' i trnt-l. - " - ;
nAVINf U'-AHKD THK AlltiVR iVAM KV
niark"t, one door amt oi (jt iidwohl'! i In
Mtora, on Kn.at Htr'-H, In Albany, I will b
happy lo accommodate M who rnuy lavor me
with their pntroniiif-. f propw to it p a Urt
clafia ituirkit and Kuarantit MHtUfaetlon to all
Rk.IIlKhcHt prlCi paid for liidrn, vliiltf.
AUMINIMTHATOKM NALH OW
mjrrTICKIM HKHKMY UJVMN, THAT THK
Lw tindiTKijtncd Dnvid Kmniun, Aclmlnistra
torol thf cutMli' of .1. O Uravim, clcf-'Uftid, by
vlrtui'of nnordi-rof the ('ounty Court, of Mini
bounty, iwtinn, made aitd fiiturcd of record
at tho regular .fiinuary torm, thcruof, l7o, will
ltd I at public auction at tlin ooiux liouao door,
In Albany, Mini L'oiinty, unon, on
Saturday, the tth day of i'tA., 1875,
botwfMm th lioiir" of ft oVitaik A M. and 4
oVlock , m. of nald day, tht followirijf U
uorllii.'d fcitl fNiat btduiiguitf' Ui aid tf.M
to-lt; lii'irliinlajr at a point ou tha Kait
tHiuudiiry nt tha original donation land claim
of U'allauo CiiHtiiuaii ant wilu, olaiin iS'o. W
an appcam on Hit platM mid mirvryu of tip
UnlU-d HUitft, Townjifiip H, Houtli iUut- 4
W'ONt WDIiiNU-tUi .Vlcridiiia, J.lnti County, Ura
Kon, 'Jti.W chain Ntatli of the Hoiitli-i'twL kttr
ii'roi NalUolaiiii, muuiiiK them.m Wt 7n.8
dial nit, tln-in!C North il chatni, Hkmim North
WiWWtmt, Went Wi.W chulnn to t tit? North-weit
corii'T of Hald cliilin, thenex KhjhL H6.K1 cbaln,
Ito iicc Houih Wtf'lmlfia to llic pi uit of b-'xii)-nhiK,
ctjiitalniiiK J acrmi of land, morn or
IfM, l) ln and b"tutE In Unit County, Or-Ron,
Tho Mild valuabtM Irtict oi ian 1 lies wllbin
about HH miPnof Albuby, anu ltl Im aold in
two jmri'i lii, ttiM tMmili hall aa una parent and
thu North half a otic itanrcl.
Term of -aU'-t.ohl oolu ut tha United
Htat.'i. one-hall of imrclwiht irlcc lo lutia
down nt th thna of rhIh, tho orhT halt on
twciv inonthM tirntt wttti note ana ruorltpiice
OU th pri'inlfiit, ftold lor s-otirlty.
Oko. U. lr.i.n, Att'y for AUoi r,
Jan. 2nth, bWi- n'iwl.
NOTICb TO CREDXTOfitS.
Etttte or KdnarU K. rtrrlih.
ffcrriPR IH llfiKKRY fUVKV THAT by
iw onXfrot thr trinity foitrt of L nn tmntv.
t)rKn, mud'1 at lht Itt'i-cmb-'r U-tut, thowof,
inrn, in unoiTniticu wat amy appoinia ah
mioitlrutor f the aimw notmdfsiHU ThtTti
fortt. alt iH'raonn htivlni' cltiiintt aaaluat thtr ta-
of Kdward E. I'arrwbftf'BM'd, rt nott
Acti to prwui th- name, duly vcrifll to thf
iiiid,'r"Kiicd, tt Alliany, I.inn Cminiy, On-Hou,
or at hlM rcitldcnm aUmt four ipiIcr from Alba
ny, near Kiiox'a Hull", wKhiq tUtttltua and lu
Ui niaonr prwvin' ny jaw.
Vtuva, Jan, win, i.
H. H. KNOX, Adm.Dlatwtoe.
Oxo., It HE i.J. AU'y fc thu &ial,
PLEASE ' ' '
' ' " XT ' '' ""
To D. GEO. W. CRAY, soon
TO THE UNFORTONATB
Xcw Remedies i Now Rummies t
623 Koiunor 8t.,
Cobhtb Commercial St.
Etabl1ihfl(. tn Wi, for th trfatmunt ttt Rex
ul and Cfpmlrial lJi.seat)8, nwtt an Gonorrhea,
Oli'tit, wricture, HyphUlts la ail iUlorma, How
inal wcaknesu, Irniotf'ncv, etc. Hkhi (Jisoa-
(of yearn etaiicUugJuiid Uiceralud
BuwrcusliiHy ttt-ated. . i '
Dli, OlllUUX has the pleasere of nnnouni
olntfUiat tio haa ivtunif'd trtmi vbititi th
principal HonnttalB of Kuropf , and ha renuia
td pnictloe at iii DisjwnaHry, fe'l Keainey ht
corner of Ctiiiiiurrclal, Can I-'ranclR.-o, tybttr
hlBoiUj)fttluiiwnu(iHiose requiring tJi survl- '
omuy find htm,
Tim iioutor had Kparf d npltlier Um nnr moa
fy In Hc-'kiiiBdut new iein"(iifc, and lia re
turned with incivamd fauiHtien for tho aUuvla
(.ioii ol buman tiutferiii, , . : t:
N em In a I WeakneM.
, BenVlnal amlssfoni, ttieoongequenoft of ielf
abusu. 'lltiK noiiLary vtc, or depraved nxual
tnuuljnce, i iffadiced liy the ynviUi of loth
xaRto almost unlimited extent, jmidueiuu,
with uiH'iTluK certainty, tt roilowinic train or
iiwirhid Hyiinitoms, unKritb combatt'd by ok!n
tlllo ini'dicjil nienfiurfcs, viz : Hallow counta
uaiic tlnrH 8hls und'tr tho eyf a, pain In tua
hs'ad, finginp in thP ours, noino lika the ru
U on of lnavitM Mid rattling ot vhdriotH, uneasi-nvM-
abmit tho loins, wcakueaa of tho 11m tw,
uotitiiiied viiiion, blunted inlullijct, loss uf, cou-'
fldiMitip, dilHiinnee tn appronehinK striiiiArs, ft
llstilwtoiorin ni'W aiuaiuuiiiccH, a aifit
ttontfifclum mifty, Iosb of memory, hcutio
Hushes, dmplesand varlftus arupUoiifi on tha
iaoH, lurrod Unique, la'tlti bruth, coughs, cou
auniptJoii, nhtht awwita, tiiorionitirtln and fre
qu'Mitly insanity. If relief ,bfi not obtahiedtha
suifiTKi' should npply ImnVdintely wittier by
pttraon or by hfttcr, and havn a eun HtfMited by
liirt ntw and McUintiiltt motto ot treatuuf- thla
iilsiaf, which neviT fnils of etfrctlnii a quick
and rudtoal oura. Uf. W. will gie One Hun
dred DolUira to any porsoo who w'H prove st:U
isiattorily to him that he was mired of tht
comiliuut by elthvr uf tho 8u iiiwieisco
qnacka. , . t , . ...( .
Cured wt IBome.i ;
PBWonl.at ft dlstailo may bt f'VJlRT AT
HuM by addrtis&intf a lotterto lr. tidibon,
Htatlnff ense, aymptoms, U'liKt" of tim?thedia
oana naa continued, and hava mfdteines
pi'ftnptly forwarded, fiye from damnta anl
ciirloslty, to any part of tha country, with full
and pliiln dirtlons for use. By rMiHoslne StO
in n ni;)iitirwl t-'ttcror 'through the i'ost utllca,
or through Wpllii, Fitko A Do., a packaKe or
modielno will bo foswiu-tUHl by .rcaa to Miv
part of tb Union,
Addrrni Dr. J. P. OlrtftOtf, tfrjfl Kearney Pt.
corner of Uonimprcuil,- Hnn Krwnvl'co. Post
office box 1667. Remember to put BOX 159 7
ou tl.olottar, CoiiKultutlou l-'lU. n3yl.
ANTI-BIUOUt AND CATHARTIC
you want a aft (Purgative
Use them, to relieve tbe Stomach andl
19tu.ala n,4 1anM th. M,t,r,ta A1
mentary Canal. . . , ' '
t ym want a $m Stimulant,
Use them, to reatore toe action of tola
organ, and to remove all olwtructiona
j of the biliary duet, and you get rid of
; Bilioua Dyipepala, , ,
if yoa want a 'M axattn
Use them In amall doses, and they
will remove a Coatlve habit of body
which,, if let alone, may generate'
aerioua diseases. -
1 . Sr. Jayae's Baaatlve Fills are helpful
alio, In Skin Diseases, and for what la
known aa ; "Impurity of the Stood."
They may be taken at all times with
out danger, and while using them, you
may eat and drink as usual
Prepared only by tho Proprietors, Dn.
JD. Jaykk & Sow, Philadelphia, and aold
by Crane dt Brlgham, Wholosalo Agauta,
Ban Francisco, and by Druggiata geno. t
THE GREAT HEflOVATHR!
A Vr.sii Cure (or 1:Im iiiiih(Niu
1 and Aflernril nnV(iuiiM Krrwl
iiIh. MaU-rhtiiH, I lvrnnl lild
ii wniltititM, l-'viiiui Weak-
iifNN. muu an iviNeaNi'M ariMiii
IVom ua Impure state ol' tho
Containa no Mercurial or Pr ohcti
i Buoanca -
ritha utronecvt will find thl prarKinitinn a
X Heard. litis: Cure, It may b taku by lb
hHwt deljcaM' with Impunliy, and tbe rcm'irlt
ablf niii:t:ciai attending da imc warrauta thapru-
uritfiora in uiaun,uiti aa ina
Mont Eeliable Hlooa Purifier iu Use.
Itn irint In action render It rmii("rciiilv vftfea-
('"Xjk in Dysp-iwlaantl OttiisllpHitirm. ffivlnn t,l'
o.eianN tliM aNNliitum. iifnti tl, and Jm'rlni ii
tone and Htruugth that man dispense with ar
tlf ichil aid, '
I'ut In ouart bott.l(i. fctoiu y an tiniKKi-" ,
Hfdcpri.prirtori.t'HAH. l AXtil-KV 4 CO..
14m3, WholMalc UrtinatflU. Hau KranciMCiv
' A CAKO.
K.TIKIXA P. ft KE R, TaATK OP onk-
eim OKr. oce leave to Iniorm the put. ho
IIIIW. IrUWy ilOi imami"'"
liriiKH, irn'uionuMt wu:., iiii'miTij ow lieu t. iv.
Hill Htm, aad that tltey dCKicu uoottnuintc
lh buLiM'wa at tha old taiKl, where tliey jm
noM li li"er in the fiilurc, a full asstirtinmi uf
Itniirit, tlhtjoitonli. tatnt MmHd1iuh, Toilot Ar-
iMi and fveryiulutf usually uaiuu lu a Usui
W hii t-arueiiitly aott oltlnsr ft irmtlnuancw of
tht Mitral patroinit ln-n lolore ext-inlcd J.a
the- oi.P hoii. w' nope at the same twii', t y
bur atirl liU'ral d aUn(C, and enadul ttt. uf iort
lot hp Wants of cuxtfiinern 1 meet, the -'Umniit
of any MiW trioutU who may favor as withthtr
I-arfifliiar aHcnrmnwiii tf pivfn tor ft-" mm
pouitdtnu of phyaknafl prMripti'"" fam
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