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m aeoond-class mall
JULY 1 1887
ariTES A HUTTING.
SJHr ! Irerleier.
rK r. ItrriVU, I. seat SJIIse.
A MAN AROVT TOWH.
White at the picnic at Jefferson Friday
the If. A. T. observed the lact by conver
sat ion that in all probability eight out of
ten of the farmers present wilt vote for the
prohibitory amendment in November. A
farmer who declares that he will not U a
curiosity. With Portland left out there is
no doubt that the amendment would pass.
That city, though, makes the matter some
And now the Oregon Pacific starts east
ward again with a rush. There is money
and push and energy back of the move
ment. The Cascades wilt soon be scaled,
and ere many month have passed a steam
horse will puff into Albany direct from thr
Atlantic with a snort of triumph. The fifth
line from Coast to Coaat will have been
completed, with Albany as the distributing
point for the Willamette Valley, its center,
the junction of two railroads, and the most
promising of Oregon cities. This savors
somewhat of poetry ; but it is prose all tit
All along we have supposed Y equina
CUy would be the termlnous of thU new
line ; but, alas, according to the San Fran,
cisco CkromkU that city wilt be the termin
ous. It take several columns to prove it,
a highly Imaginative map being used to
establish the fact. It Is ever thus that the
big try to alisorb the little. Time wilt tell.
'Wild Bill," (William Weaver.) the Man
About Town learns, is now located at A I den,
N. Y., where he went recently, having ob
tained not long ago a back pension of $164
and $8 per month, which wa the means of
setting him down among his relatives. He
attested his appreciation of the friendship of
a well known Albany gentleman by sending
him a fine chain and charm. ''Bill" wa a
peculiar character here for years, a land
mark as it were, and, with ail his fault,
there are those who will be interested once
In a while In knowing where he is.
The attention of the Man About Town
has been called to the brutal manner in
which a man near the U. P. Church treats
hi horse. According to the reports he ha
no conception of feeling in the way he
manages the most noble of animal. If
admonished he tell people to mind their
business. Already he has the eternal enmi
ty of all the women in the neighborhood.
Oar Opport salty.
Vow Albany has its long sought oppor
tunity to secure a woolen mill managed by
a man whose reliability is well known here.
At the request of Mr. Thos. Kay, Superin
tendent of the Brownsville Woolen Mill Co.
a meeting of several citizen was held in
this city Tuesday evening. Mr J L Cowan
waa made President of the same, when Mr
Kay made a formal offer of establishing a
worsted and woolen mill, to be devoted
mostly to the former, here, in consideration
of a bonus of $ao,ooo in water power, land,
and money, lie would put in 830,000 mak
ing a total capital of $511,010, which would
set in operation a mill that would be a busi
ness ornament to the city. A committee of
three, consisting of C Wot verton, E J
limning and J W Cusick, was appointed to
anvass the matter.
Our citizens should enter into this matter
in earnest We cannot get a mill here
without an effort, and this is just sych an
opportunity a we need to show whether
business is meant by our citizens in desiring
a woolen mill. Pull for the mill. It will
add another several per cent to the value of
property, and a well wonderfully to the
prosperity of our city.
LM -rortzsiUer Weddlag.
On Thursday evening of last week, June
ajrd, 1887, at 8:30 o'clock, at the-Preabyte-rian
Church in this city, Prof. Wallace II.
Lee and Mis Libbie Fort miller, were united
in marriage, Rev. W. B. Lee, of Olympia,
father of the groom, performing the cere
mony. Rev. Geo. H. Lee, of CorrallU, a
brother, played the wedding march. Mr.
Will. Lee, of Portland,another brother, Fred
Fort milter, John Geisendorfer and James
Powell acted as ushers, and Mr. C. P. Fort
miller, of East Portland, a brother of the
bride, and Mia Bessie Lee, of Portland, a
staler of the groom, acted as groomsman
and bridesmaid. The bride waa dressed in
cream colored albatross trimmed in
and the eroom in the usual costume. The
church was full of invited guest. Af'er
the ceremony the bridal party with a few
invited guest gave a reception at the resi
dence of the bride's uncle, J. W. Althouse,
which wa pronounced a fine affair. The
happy couple immediately afterwards took
up their residence in their new home on the
corner of Calapooia and Ninth Street. The
Democrat extends congratulations, and as
well thank for some very fine wedding cake.
Oa to Boise City.
Monday the two months pay due employ
es of the Oregon Pacific was paid in full and
before the 25th of July the old indebtedness
of the road will be liquidated. There is con
siderable spice in these facts. Bids arc be
ing obtained for grading bevond the Santi-
am, the surveying party is pushing into the
mountains, and rails are oa the way here
sufficient to build about one hundred forty
miles of road. Arrangements are already
completed for the construction of the Com
pany' round house at this city, work on
which will begin in a few days, and the ma
chine shops will follow in due time. Friday
Mr William Hoag and Mr Wall is Nash, of
the road, called at our office, and gave the
most encouraging report of the onward
movement now to take place.
Hig Cold Kxritement.
From ex-Asses ror Dozier, of Brownsville,
we learn that Nat Htsndish, George Dyson
aod Jade Moors, of Brownsville, have dis
covered very rich gold mines abost 30 miles
from that town, ou the McKenzis side of the
range of mountains, between Calapooia Creek
aod McKemzte River. The vein is about five
feet, two of which is rotten quartz and the
other hard quartz. One of the parties in
formed Mr Dozier that he panned out one
panful of rotten quartz and obtained a teas
uoofifal of round shot- like gold The parties
brought out a Hour aack two-third full of
tb rotteo quartz and ssnt it to Portland for
assay- The boy think that thy have
atrock it rich.
Oregon Post Offices.
The gross receipts of the Albany Post
office for the year ending March 31st were
$4,054, an Increase of $503 over 1886. This
is exceeded by four offices. Following are
the salaries of Oregon P . M's. :
Portland $3,2001 E. Portland . . $ 1 ,500
Salem 3,200 Eugene 1,500
The Dalles 1,700
Oregon City.. 1,200
Jacksonville. . 1,000
Baker City 1,500
The above are given in the
amount of grosa receipts.
order of the
Good fsncit g lumber for sale sb easy terms
The til range Picnic.
The C range Picnic given at Je fferson on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last
weak wa a successful affair. A D knock at
man attended on Friday afternoon, whan the
attendance was very large, people being
present from all part of Linn, Marltti and
Polk counties. A universal spirit of socia
bility prevailed. Friendships were revived
and the strings drawn closer.the young men
sat close to their girls In the narrow seat of
the whirluglg swing and thought lightly to
the tunc of monie musk, or something else,
that Hew from the riddles of two young
men who sat above them ; young women
gossiped and old ladles remembered the
pat,young men talked foot races and drank
acid water, sometimes called lemonade, or
ice cream.old gentlemen talked of the wheat
Firospect and everybody agitated the pro
libit 01 v amendment, pro or con, mostly pro.
All these besides listening to the exercises
of the dav. In the forenoon Col. Woodford
delivered an able address on temperance
that had a powerful effect on his listeners.
and in the afternoon J udge Boise, Hon. John
Burnett and J. K. Weutherford delivered
addresses. On the other days the exercises
given were pronounced of a superior nature.
These picnics are the most popular held in
the valley, and one's summer career U
hardly complete without having attended.
A Ossa Htga.
The following letter from the Jnd Assist
ant P. M. Gen. to J. H. Mitchell give the
situation on the mall service In this and
Marion countle,and indicates that the route
between here and Lebanon is to be rrestab
lished by way of the O. & C :
Sir : -I have the honor to Inform you that
in compliance with the agreement with yon
April 14th, 1887, a thorough examination
has been made touching the cause of com
plaint against the discontinuance of star ser
vice between the Oregon and California
railroad and the Oregonian Railwav(limited)
line, and Superintendent I L Wilder reports
that an exchange of mails between the two
railroads is made at Woodburn, thlrty-ix
miles from Portland,and that by the present
time-cards on the two railroads the mail are
delivered a promptly by one road as by the
other to the post offices from which com
plaints have been received.
In order to further facilitate the delivery
of mall between the two roads service wlfl
be retained on route No 44,1 38, from Salem
to Silverton, and No 44,1 v.from Turner by
Aumsvilie to Mehatna. And if arrange
ments can be completed with the officer of
the railroad company between A'.bany and
Lebanon, service will be retained between
On the other star route it would appear
that service need not be maintained Inrtween
the railroads and therefore route No 44.ib
(Salem to Knight) will be continued as cur
tailed, to begin at Macleav, and route No
44,151, from Jefferson to gcio, will be dis
continued. Very respectfully,
A. Lao Knott,
Second Assistant P. M. General.
Some days ago a floe Jersey calf belong
in to Dr. J. P. Wallace was found to be
sick, and the Dr. as doctors often do, pro
ceeded to administer a physic. The result
showed that the calf was suffering from an
attack of what is known among medical
men as "invagination," or the reversing of
an intestine at ome point and the literal
swallowing of itself bv itself. The rcsuit
was that on the following morning after
taking the physic, about four feet of the in
testinc passed from the calf, and the follow
m 1 morning about tour feet more, and on
the third morning four feet more, and after
that about a foot more, in small pieces
making thirteen feet in alt. Remarkable
as it may appear the calf recovered and i
now fat and hearty.
There will be a big crowd in Albany oa
next Monday. The eagls will scream and
peanuts aod lemonade wilt vanish . The
program a psbliahsd in the Danora.tr will
be carried oat with probably naespscted
ver.atioua. The principal feature of the day
will be the bicycle races in front of the Court
Houre, where an eight Up track baa bow
msde by the Bicycle Club. There will be a
mil race with two prize, a slow race, rae
with hand off and perhaps one or two others,
with from si to ten starter In the even
ing there will be a Sue display of fireworks
Another Shoot in?.
From L. Senders,just in from Princville,
we learn that in a difficulty between Law
rence Perry and John A Id ridge near Prine
rille.the former shot the latter with a pistol
but whether fatal is not certain. The cir
cumstance as related to Mr. Senders was a
follows : Mr. Perry is a sheen man and
was driving a band of sheep near the farm
of r. Aldndge, and was making ready to
drive through the farm when Mr. Aldridge
objected, when an altercation arose between
them, which ended in Perry taking a pis
tol and shooting Aldridge. Mr. Aldridge is
nrotner to u. w. Aldndge of the Frineville
4th of July Loach.
Next Monday the members of the At
bany W. C. T. U. will set one of their pop
ular lunches in the building nearly opposite
the Dkmocr at office. From morning till
night the appetite can be satisfied by calling
on them. Full tables and neatness and de-
spate! 1 will be the rule. A splendid mea
for 25 cents, with tea or coffee. Ice cream
and cake, 25 cents extra. By getting your
meals at the W. C. T. U. tables vou will
not only help a good society, but as well get
much more than your moneys worthy, tor
the Albany W. C. T. U. has long had
reputation for setting splendid tables.
Car Load of Pine Cattle.
Iast week Mr. A. tflaker, of .Sliedd, re
ceived a car load of cattle from the East
that will rank with any yet imported into
the Valley. They are the Holstelna and
Short Horns, full blooded, just the kind
Oregon farmers need. It pays to keep good
stock, and those desiring some cattle of the
best blood should call on Mr. Blaker. The
HoUteinx and Short Horns have no su
periors. Teaerablc with Age.
I nele "Johnny" Crabtree, of the Parks
celebrated his 87th birthday last Monday ,he
and his venerable wife, who will be 80 years
old in a few months, having been married
oyer sixty years. He has been a subscriber
to the Democrat from the hrst Issue, tic
uniformly pays In advance which is only
one of the many commendable traits in
Ths Mountain Uoad.
Mr Gilliland was in town last Saturday
and informed us that at that time the road
was open and in fair condition as far up as
Fish Lake.but on the other side of the lakes
was a stretch of six miles of snow about six
feet deep. On this stretch are many logs
which he said he would be cleaning out the
latter part of this week.
P.. r i well Dianer.
Charles Pfsiffer takes pissesnoa of tbs
Rsvsrd Houss to-day, Mueller St Garrett re
tiring last evening. Thsy gave a farewell din.
nsr yesterday noon. It was a fins affair and
greatly enjoyed, by nne more than by tbs
jjxmocrat's eating sditor.
Lieut. 1. A. Manning, of Brig. Gen. Slg
tin' staff, came to Albany Tuesday even
ing and mustered in Company F, of the O .
N. ., fifty -one joining the rank. After a
spirited contest the following were elected
to the Commissioned office :
O II Irvine, Captain.
O A Archibald, tst Lieutenant.
E I) Cusick, and Lieutenant.
After the election the officers named treat
ed the members to a tine Icecream lunch at
Hoffman St Pfelffcr's. The company I
composed of good material and will be
ornament to the cltv. Here thev are :
Geo U Piper,
M H Ellis,
M K Brink,
A W Thompson,
V I Glllet,
T J Overman,
O H Irvine,
E I Cusick,
G E Chamberlain,
Harry E Woodln,
K 11 Thornton,
T L Wallace,
M L Dorris,
M I PfiTfllpa,
P P Donley,
I. V Lonswav,
R B Vunk,
H J Phillips,
Carl H Ludertnan.
W A Humphrey,
P 0 Anderson,
E L Power,
M 0 Brink,
(i W Caldwell,
Geo H Skeela,
J T Waton,
0 H Parker,
E E Parker,
Geo W Keencv,
J F Hall.
0 L IMerce,
U C Hale,
L W Clark,
H F Mcllwain,
A E Ketchum,
O A Archibald.
O P Jester,
8 E Watson,
O C Clelan.
C B Winn.
F M French,
A Contemptible Fellow.
The following is sworn to by J. Y.. Find
ley, one of the most reliable men in Clack
amas county, and shows what the Dkmo
cat at ha al way claimed, that the State
Board of Immigration luts been a partial,
"labided" affair, and that C. B. Carlisle,
the Secretary is a contemptible fellow, any
other expression would do him an injustice :
On the 18th of May. 1887, while in Port
land, I visited the State Board of Immigra
tion rooms for the purpose of listing my
farm for sale, in hopes of obtaining a pur-
chaser. When I entered the room I found
eight immigrants In search of home and
desiring information. One man particular
ly, desired to go to Tillamook county In
search of a dairy farm, and was Informed
by Mr. Carlisle,' "that he couldn't possibly
let over the coast range, as there was six
cet of snow on the mountains and only a
trail to pass over," and with one argument
and another finally convinced the men that
they must go to Southern Oregon to find
any thing to suit them. He says : "Gen
tlemen, the lower kalamath country has
plenty of Government land In it and Is a
good 'country, and i just the place you ae
looking for. I essayed to mention the fact
that there wa yet good government lands
In Clackamas county, and only fifteen or
twenty miles back from the railroad, as well
as a great deal of other cheap lands for sale
and not distant from Portland. 1 very soon
found out that any Information I had to give
was not desired, and ascertaining the drift
of things subsided. Afterward, the same
day, In passing toward the ferry I stopped a
moment to talk to two immigrants at the
foot of the stairs leading to the board moms.
Mr. oarllslc was In a store at the time near
the sidewalk. Seeing me tie came out,
poke gruffy to me, and remarked that he
didn't want me to talk to the immigrant in
the office or around the office.
Mr. Carlisle admitted hi course in the
following note to Hon. T. A. Mc Bride
"It has not apparently occured to vuu that
the board is uptorted wholly by the con
tributions of half a dozen gentlemen of this
city, whatever benefits your county gets is
gratuitous work on the part of those gentle
men. The State ceased to have any con
ncction with it financially, en the list of
March last, rhese facts have already ap
peared al the Orrgonut.
If we are not mistaken the Immigration
Board is a State concern,snd continue to be
run by the State money. All parts of the
alley have Iieen discriminated again!, and
It is a burning shame tliat such a man
Carlisle sltould be kept as It Secretary.
Following were the recorded sales
Linn county during the past week :
Ceo 8 Royo to J W BIio,25.37
lost east of Albany
Walter Jobosoo to 8 T Crooks. 'A'
VT Wight to John Witl. 5
Daaiel Lesdy to J L Wigle, 3 acres. . .
C R Parks to Cieo W Kseoey, box 1 10
Zelia Watkios to Rosa A Ferguson.
Teter Smith to Evert Btiyeo, several
parcel of I ad
J C Moss holder to DoamreiU Rtos. 1
lot in Lebanon
Dcmoretta Rio to Sarah Mosaholder,
J W Jonnson to S T Crooks. 20 acres
U to Y Uobtoett, 622 4'. acr patent
C Q Rideoot to C R Parke. 66x110
feet in H a 2ud A HX
Mary A Uoddard to Minnie Adams, 2
lota 10 Brownsville 400
W E Price to Msry AS Hits. 2 lota
0&i C It R Co. to J C aod Hearv
Lyoos, 80 acre
R 8 Bark hart to J Wsssom. 306 acres
Wrote a Lettsr.
Mr. Saunders, at the present time a cook
In the State penitentiary, before assuming
the responsible duties of his new office
penned the following self explanatory letter :
Sal km, Wednesday Noonjune 22,1887.
J W Minto, E M Croisan, T J Potter : I
cannot leave here without expressing my
appreciation of your kind and generous
treatment of me while a prisoner in your
care. The long dark night has now settled
down upon me, but I want to assure you
that during all the dreary years that are to
come I will neyer forget the many kind
nesses I have received at your hands,nor the
high minded way in which you have dis
charged your duty towards me as men and
officer. Truly your,
W. W. Sai ndkrs.
A Floe Animal
Last Saturday "Uncle" George Hughes
displayed In this city one of the finest yearl
ing bulls ever seen in the city. It was just
1 year to days old and weighed 775 pounds
Its heavy weight for a yearling is due more
to compactness than to apparent size. His
immense breadth of hips explains this. The
animal is three-fourths Durham, and his
owner may well be proud of him.
SEE MelliWAIVS CLOTB1NO
Be for Baying.
He has just received a large stock of
clothing, on which he has placed greatly
reduced prices, that will open your eyes
Suits heretofore selling for $20 he now sells
for $18. $18 suits have been reduced to
$16 ; $16 suits to $14 ; $14 suits to $12,
His stock is large and varied, ranging in
price per suit from $4.50 up. Customers
cannot fail to be suited. Cull and scs for
We are showing a beautiful line oi lace
curtains, in pairs, and by the yard, plain and
printed scrim, in designs entirely new to
this market and invite those desiring goods
in these or other lines to give us a call
MONTEITlI Si SKITENBACH.
will find our stock of carpets, oil
matting and window blinds full and
tive, all that Is new in patterns and
can be found in our assortment, to s
The Civil Service Commission talks of
coming to Oregon.
The startling fact Is now learned that Hon
J N Dolnh, U S senator, walked into Ore
gon In ins, He come In now on a free
pa, and his daughter has just married a
A big fire occurred at Dayton, W. T., on
Thursday night of last week, two blocks
being burned, the loss of property being
placed at oyer $100,000. Dayton's lire de
partment proved inefficient for such a Are.
Work on the now school building and
church presented by Col Hogg to Newport
has been begun, the corner stones having
been laid last week with formal ceremonies.
Another Pete Olsen was arrested In
Seattle Sunday morning. Probably a
The condition of wheat through the Mis
slssippl Valley Is about 80 per cent of aver
age. The coffee ring also bursted, not very
much of a smell either. Most people like to
ce big wheat and coffee rings collapse. It
Ashland ha a venison cannery.
A CufTy county man recently killed a
white deer, and refused $10 for the hide.
McMinnvltle has a girls broom brigade
that has received numerous call for services
on the 4th ; but could only accept one.
A piece of property sold on Commercial
street, Salem last Saturday for $310 a foot.
Salem will have its fruit evaporator going
in time for the present season s crop. But
1 he present Is a poor fruit season, hence It
will start in with a limited business.
-Some of the newsiest j wipers are often
published in smalt places. Anions notice
able Instance arc the Milton AWA, Hepp-
ner irsrwesnu flllverioti Afmt
Mr John I. Hughes, formerly of this city,
was re elected Recorder of Albina last week
by six majority. He wi
ticket. The opiioslng
. 1 ".i .. r
was on the People's
ticket was called
the Citizens Ticket. Just what the two
names signify has never been ascertained
One of the best things Ham Jones has
ever said is 1 "The most beautiful shrht In
the world is to see a family around a cheer-
tui nre with the head of the group reading
hi local newspaper which he lias paid for
A natural bridge after the pattern of the
celebrated Virginia bridge, has been found
in Southern Oregon, t6H mile west of
Mrs C How. k has been in Salem the
guest of Dr Irvine at the Asvlum.
An Item that appeared In the Kalem
Stiittsmam last Tuesday should read a fo!
lows : "Eugene City has Improved more
within the past two year than any other
city in the State, outside of Portland and
Albany. There ikam not seem to he am
boom" In Kugene, but the growth is evi
dently the rcsuit of the legitimate growth of
nusiness eiruton ot trade ami cunfidenrc
of her people In the dtv' future. Eugene
(itytsavery pretty little city, and the
fourth In the State fn point of commercial
Importance, and her people seem deter-
mined to maintain this stand,"
i.raas Jsry Report.
Im th t tit Stuttm Cirtmt
St.ite of t)r0g0n. 7V As
Hm$e, Jdgr cf Mtd Comrt :
Ctmrl pf tkw
H m. l. I
The Grand Jury for tb pros at torebave
th h..nor to report, that, a poo inspection, we
find th e unty jail 10 aoud order, olswolv,
and aa socare a the prsoswt struct or oso be
made Th Sher.fP. urfi. is meeh improved
to appearaoos aad asmyeoieooe. sod his books
r w. Il kept, sod the dettea of bis
properly adiaioistorsd. Th .Sheriff' report
snow 1 Sat there ie a dolasqoeney of a boot
17,000 on hie book at tot date, th greatsr
part of which is due from the Daodeo sod
other restdeot IMip is sad iodivtduala.
The Trees a 1 er1 books are Weil kept sad his
ottio ia good repair The fi asocial affairs
of th county or ia a moat aaufsevory coo
dittos. Toe Treasurer reports the ooaoty
free fro debt aod a cash alaawsof at l.t
tweotytive th.mseod dollsr to the Trs
ery. The Coeoty School hopenotoodaot
offios is not in a creditable oootltUoo, ad wa
would recommend that il be forouhd with
s car p. t and sock furniture as ia Seeded to
make it oooveoieet end cotnf rtsb!e. The
.Clerk's office is in sxoelleot order Th reo-
ords are well aadnea ly kept aod the Record
aod lodex hooks lately porch d are of -perior
quality aod mors 000 ve meat form thsu
than those heretofore ased. The Csssty
Court 100ms appear to be supplied with all
tost is no wary fur the transaction of the
bastosa of toe Coort. Ws would reepeot
(oily oall the attention of the County Court
to the oeoesaity of rem wins th msus to the
Clark's ottos. Those sow is use are nsarlv
illegible from loo uo sod is our opinion
should bs renewed as soon as it son bs 00s-
vooiently don. The appearance of the Coort
House grooods would bs moch unproved by
a tborouah clsasing aod repainting of the
fence surrounding it
Albany, Or., June 29tb, 1887.
Willi am Cvat,
Foreman of ths Uraod Jury.
Ilsgular meeting Tussdsy evening. I ' -un
cilman tiradwohl ia tho chair.
Wash boos matter continued.
Street commissioner was roqneetod to ardor
0. ft C. to re.i.nv switch near ths 0. P.
warehouse in too days.
I K Young anil C H Stewart were granted
privilege of building lateral sawsro.
Petition of Psts Sohloissr for rsbats 00
McClsin & East war 1st contract for
building lateral sewers across Ellsworth St
st 00 cts par foot aod ttS for the catch basin.
Linuor licenses wore araoted Win Faber.
Cha I'feiffer. Pets Sohlosssr. M Psvssr. M
Bsumgart and John William.
Several sidewalk improvement wre order
ed made and bill allowsd.
L Sender, of this ciy, hs just rsturosd
from Prinsville with a drove of fifty hssd of
horses, consisting of mares, maroa aod ooita,
yearlings and aoms two years ohLall of which
he oilers for sals on reasonable; ternn.
B. C. Kmbrco is now oor authorized agent
to collect 00 subscriptions and solicit new
subscribers and sdvsrttsemsDts. We hope
our friends will treat the young gsntlsman
While looking after your supplies in ths
sbov line, don't yoj forget that N H Allsn
ft Co. kssp groesriss, aod don't you forget
that you can gat last as much auoar.tsa, cof
fee, rics or aay thing else for a dollar y"
caa gst in any a tore in the city. aud all of ths
best quality. Call on Allen ft Co. when job
want groceries and lemember thsy never si
low themselves to be undersold.
On last Tuesday 00 ths streets to Albaoy
a diary poskst-book containing a $20 green
back and a to greenback , and some bills
written in ths diary. Will give suitable re
ward for return sf same to this office.
C. D. Comptox.
Great Millinery Sals.
Oa and after tkia date ws will sell all our
spring ar.d summer millinery st cost as we
positively will not carry any stock from one
season to another.
June 20th, 1887.
Shank & Lonswav.
B. W. Cundiff has just burnt a kiln of
first-class brick at the Cyclone brick yard,
which he offers for sale at retail or reasona
Uur Spring stock of dress goods, fancy
goods, boots and shoes, etc , have arrived
and ws are now showing the most complete
aod attractive stock ot goods svsr brought to
atoro will convince
HOME AND ABROAD.
1" H French, jeweler,
Tbs best harass at E L Thompson's.
Oamp-rnsstiag has olossd at Sodavills,
H. Kwort, praotiosl witohmtker sa l jew-
0 B Garliala has bottabt the Modford Mon
itor. S. l Wallace, Physioinn ami Surgeon, Al
10 hi I IS yards laii,uj pttoru,at Ma
35 onU of Ash sad 0k wood wanted at
Will Bros. Ouu Store.
Nsw Hue of h-idery st Mcllwaiu' for 5
osnta per pair up. Kias stock.
J H Tnvnsend. special sgstit for iii- Stat
InsuraaosOo. sf Sslsm, Oregon.
Six shsves for a dollar so t ft alt so toWSt to
very oustoiosr, at L Vitrtok'.
Just received at Mollwsiu' now line of
ginghams, 10 and!2 yards ft rf I.
A good horse power hey press fur sale
Inquire of Andy Hunt, at AtlNsoy.
Rev V N Nystoo will presoh at ths Osfiats
iau Vborok is thw oily to -sight.
Highest cash pries will hs paid for wool
by Smith St Hsinmaok, at Tsllmao.
Ths Istsrststs Commissioners will bu iu
Saa Frauoisco soiostitne tbi mouth.
7 0Hk ours rhsumatUtu, nsurslgi 1 snd
toothache. Foshay 4 Masoa, Agent.
Little Jo Sternberg fell from a cherry tree
ICedneeday aud f rsotured an arm slightly.
L M Curl, of this oily, hss hssa eugagsd
to teach th Soio school . A goad selection
Ice orsam, lemonade and all k iuds refresh
msats un the 4tk at Rodllel 1 A BrowoelTs.
1 Jit am a booed, set and put. in order at
I Vie reek's Hhsvingsnd Hair Dreuiug Salons
F M Frouoh, agoot Singer Manufacturing
Co., opposite Odd Fellow Temple, Albany, Or.
The Usmocsat has s larger circulstios in
Albaoy than ail otjisroouuty paper togather.
Team for Sale A spaa of large wr.rt.
bar mm. For parties Isr oall at Oeyos A H
Thers will be a spread esgts celebration at
Ssreet Home ou the 4th. S. H. agamss toe
Dr. M. H. Kill, uhysiaiau aod urg-n
All any, Oregon, ('alls male is city or
Th Kus ff -Mse has a hass.sud the llevere
House bus hss bono newly and e'ogsntly
AU styles wt boU ami iom a id a large
tiek of grnesric i whst we carry Uodlbdd
A $0.0b0 firs ocesrrod at full mas, W
I' , Iset .woodsy, orarly every buina bouse
Ws take the om n, too customers take ths
bargains, aod the bsrgtia take the cake.
Redtieid ft Urownell
Ths Salvation man has boss making a air
es 0 hiniaelf by appcartsg is th sttt m
s completely red salt.
Th Benton C unt v Bank began hitiiusas
ssCorvsih Ust Tuesday. M S W. .:cck
being st the head of it.
Thsgrssd jury fossd "00 trse toll against
Dell Iard. and th same sgsinst Ojorg
Slaves art ted for perjury
Usees W Psrosy, s runaway book keeper
from Frank Brothers, oi fortUnd.bss recent
ly turned Sp IB Kansas City.
Fsbrsoy's Celebrated Blo.4 Class er for
ale at Deyoe St Robooo'a aod Read Si Brown
lis, P J Btltimore. sgost.
Henry Martin, sf Chamoeg. Marion cms
lv, was arreatsd Monday for rape 00 Mis
Koima Ogdcn. aged twenty -two.
Marsh held, Wis., was dost roved by firs the
first of the week. Lose, $3,000,000. Oaiy
oso boss remained untouched.
Every customer sill bs s walking silver
tisemeot for or bargain wheu they sa osr
price. Rcdtisld It tkowusli.
Owe of N II Alton ft Co' prise ticket good
for 5c os s dollars worth of goods pun bal
st lbs sow Seoosd 11. od etose.
Dejee St Rebsos roost vod lbs O.aogs oos
tracts for binders and twins oa Mosday.
See sot toe is soother eolomo.
The Darn hat's tut of correspondents
sow is large. Every ssettos of the county,
though shosid bs rsprssostsd.
Mrs M H Sarl.aa aooosat of wluuMseri
oss accident wa gives last week, is lowly
improving, with good prospsetsef rerovortog
Woodworking mscbisery, shaftiu . pnl
hng, bsltiog snd etc.. at half price. Inquire
sf C. L. Hrosb, foot of I.yoo Street. Albaoy,
Rev O W McGibssy. has accepted tl.e
pas 10 rat of th Froaby toiian Church st Lh
ftov McOibss) is a gTaduSto ol I'nncc
The Salvationist wars taking up s col; ac
tion on the street M .ndsy to n.y a detn-tmry
of about tOO which hss accumslaud m tl is
Smith ft Hsminsek have opened a grocery
store at Tallmaa. Both ar squars mea from
way beet asd deserve aaccsss in tbs sotcr
Last week ws mentioned Mrs C H Spsacer
as tbs daughter of Capt W N Phillip. This
ws a mistake. She wsa the daughter of Mr
Dr Mas too is building ao office 00 tho cor
ner of hi lot just south of th Dxmocbat of
lies, which wksn completed hs will occupy
Another shipment oi ladies line shoes i all
WMSSa SOU BIO JOSS IB inn unioni
sm rcm&rk what perfect beaatio. Redtil
A fearful mining disaster occsrrsd at Vir -
ctoia City. Nev., a fsw day ago, a lsrgs
anmber of miuera being kdlsd, tbs number
tot vt ascsrtsissd.
Lsrgs a took sf ladies fins ahmfs toft rsonv
ed direct from tbs Eastern factory st Mo
ll wain's, ranging ia pnes from $LZ3opfor
kid button shoes
Oos of ths Sbsdd carrier pidgsoos a few
J days ago n-ade the trip from Portland to
L&hedd is 2 hoars 15 minutes, being st ths
1 rate 01 a muea ao a our,
iaiS esuss or effect Outside of toe tne
si a a It I
tro polls tbs Democratic nswspapers in Ore
gon are far superior to the Republican one.
Beat 1 orttaud r octet,
John Hawk.wh.i disappeared from Cobarg,
I June coojityf--rflw months ago, has bean
heard from to Umatilla county, not dead, as
feared by some of his f needs.
Following is tbs grand jury at the Cirsuit
Court this wask . Oso W Davia, YY A I'sui,
A K Thompson, Joba Osios, Wm Cyrus, N
O McDonald. Robert Olsaa.
Strawberries have eons. Lsft several days
ago. Ths cheapest they told for in Albany was
three boxes for 25 cants, a fast not often re
corded in Lino oounty,
A party of young pes pis wars riding in a
ail boat at The Dalles Isst weak wheu their
boat waa capsized and Ua am pas ana a
young lady were drowned,
Tbs Cleveland Bay horse, owned hy Mil
lard St Klkins, will return from Salem by the
1st of July sad make a fall season at their
place Bsar Albany. See notice.
Should you desire to sell yoar property
osll on Burkhart St Keensy as they advertise
property placed in their hands, aud charge
nothing unless they effect a sale.
Plunder's Oreeon Blood Purifier is the
great conqueror of biliousness and Liver
complaint. Relief certain in every case. Sold
at one dollar a bottle . Try tt.
Last Friday while goiog to the Jefferson
picnic the team of Mr Edward Robinson rati
away, nearly dissecting ths cart, but fortun
ately doing Mr Robinson no injury.
Send your nam to or oall on Rod field St
Browoell and get some of their Prize Pump
kin seeds free. Thsy have offered oash
prizes lor pumpkins raised from same.
A strawberry mac informs a Democrat
man that on the same ground he only raised
one-third as many strawberries this aa last
year. It has been a poor spring for garden
ers. When in town the Fourth oall at Red field
St Brownell and look over their large stock
of ladies aud gents fine shoes. Plenty of
extra help engaged so that you will not be
The editors of Benton couuty have formed
a prtss association and invite ths editors of
Oregon to meet at the Bay 00 Saturday, July?
80th for the purpose of organising a Sea to.
Press Association. f
IJJuss-J-iJJJsLl Pa ) aoWaswaBjgw
html, mashing asvsrsl lingers so.ss snd
breaking ths thumb.
Several of sur oxohasgss tiav atated that
Ad mi Korepongh was oowiiog to Oregon With
his great circus. Ws srs unabl to Hod uy
thing In ths bill to that sffeat. Adam will
probably not com here.
Ths grasfl jury this week only found a
true hill iu one ots. that of ilobirt Kdls.
Boone, ths Vi '. man, srrestod for hbol,
was disobsrgod, likewiio Rogers, th j&SJsSJI
iiior, also arrsskod for lib I.
Feto Olkoo, ths Califoruis 'murderer has
boon found sil over Oregon, but jot shout
the same "Chestnut " story has followed each
time. One man has slremly been killed for
him snd BBOthsf nearly killed.
Ths msnnr of sslling wool unbt well hs
imitated in other com mod ilies : It is shear
sd ons day asd bsfors tkit end of ths weak
the csh is in the producer's pocket. How
different in the case of wheat.
Why will so many people allow themeiv
to go mopiuu about, kwsartsdf saitsw
ssjjhWaksJSn, full of bil, wbes s fw desos
ot I re.. mbtirg Tea is an absoluts aps
oiHu for a'i complaints of this clsae.
Thos h . .of the Browssvilfs Woolen Mill
Co., was admitted fo eitiassahip in ths Cir
i"' it Court in this city last Tu- day. Mr Ksy
cams to the 17, H. whsna miuor.sod through
s misunderstanding bail never taken oat
Wallace U Sirs bis, recently of ths Ohro.
kh, it is ssid, will now conrioe hi tims to
j-r. aching ths gospol. It is to be hoped bs
will get enough grace in his hssrt to trsst
people with respect eveo if they do uot be
long to hi church
Pec nous wishing ths "St LoSS Silver
I'oiish" for cleaning and pdishiog y.old, silver,
nraas, iirittasia, uitrrois, winunws. etc., can
iiurchasn tb same from Y L fketltoii at th
Toet Offios. This is Lbs best polish now ia tb
in.. f i.ef Sent by mail for 23 cents.
By the removal of ths Cheadle dd build
ings several have changed tbir piece of busi
ness. Currau Si Muuteith have moved into
the CoWan ft Cusick block. Otto Sslnigar to
opposite IKiyoe ft Rohsnr,, and Hale Hack'
enato has packed up for a fw weeks.
Mrs l.ucy A McCosnoll i building s large
barn oa the lot recently psicned by her, 00
Fourth Si ret between Ellsworth and I. yen
S.ret. We understand Dr I N Woile, th
Veterinary Surg-oo wdl occupy it in his
On oar tirnt psge is so arucle entitled
"iiu it d l - n It i.iotensiiug ; bat lease
it pietnwl psrt by toe fact Ciat DSnnis has
proven not to lie Crawdatl. He waa discharg
ed at S.lem last Friday. tne hotfalo detective
tecid.ng thU be waa nut ths mas wasted.
While the Willi met U at this city bs boos
down to nssrly low wstor mark the Cotum-
Ina hss bem on a regular t- ar. at rort'aod
the lack wa'er rcbing nearly to Front St.
The Co nnvna ao i Wiiiametts.il will bs
urmiel have sosree tu entirely d.lfer nt
Last Saturday an excursion party of sbost
three handred pud Albaoy s sprit on ths
teamer "iteuttey. After visiting the cwle
heatod mduts of tolsrset in our eity for tbtss
r fwr hours tbsy reinrn! homeward, one of
tb mty bands giving then a serenade as they
left the O. P. wharf.
This summers hat vest of grouse promises
to be s good ons. Already the moat u under
goiog that sweetening pro -ess amoog the
Wueat liead tbt vontually gives it a flavor
SBsnrpassed among all kinds uf wild bud.
Oroa taken at th i-tfics m nsw suiscrip-
tion at the market price
Tie nest S'.ats Teacher Asaoeisiion will
bs held In Stiem Jsly Ch, 7ih asd 8th, aod
will be nnder charge of Suporintsndeol Mc
Kirov. Osn I'eohles, O V S Reid svxi R F
Rvdnoon, Esecmive f-i-nmittes. Os Wsd-
nes fay evening Rev r . Hrowriiu will de
liver ao a tdreas on "E omenta of Soeeoos is
I hs Trse Teach"" aod lre:dent Thmpous.
f ths Albany C.diege as address, ,-sbiect
out named. Several Lisn emuty teacher
will at tel. J.
Tlss 1st high nrtoo for whsat wdl be an
adoceuieut for fermer to keep their wheat
oal wtotsr as loog as thsrs ia a ghost sf a
or i.-.t l..r a d ibjr, aud as a resolt
well, wo dn mt know su. thing about what
thr rssult will I. I'eraap history will rs-
p-ftt itself though. Retnendior this fact ; s
dollar a bushel would not hsvo been paid bad
ih'to becu innti heat to sell. The ntstory
of Oregon shows that the 'osl prices bsvs
been paid is Octob-r aud ' over bar. It will
take rmrsby gooi judgmest to toll s
farmer when t- sell the c uing htvt.
PKILSOS L AND SOCIAL
Swie I'rioter Bakr was ia tbs city Tues
Prtsis'eBt Thompson aud wife havs bsen at
Qn W Cooper left for Pendleton lest Tues
day os laiaissse.
.Mr Joo D Overton, of Brownsville, has
been atteadiug Court this week.
A W Sfcasard. of Brownsville, rstarod
last week from K. 0. with a nsod of horses.
Dr K A McAllister has moved from Knguoe
to this city ssd will locate hers permanently .
D B Mootettb an i vod home from the Coear
D Ale m country on Tbarsday evening of last
B S Traia. of the HrrtAL loft 00 Saturday
for Sontnern Orswon. seekios health aod
Mrs M J Bridaefnrd and daughter, of Set,
hse bseo in the oitv. the guests of D P
Mr Arcbie I'rushtw rvturnd ths first of
the week from sn sxteuded trip through the
r. M t .
Coatracior 1 1 ant is in the Valley and will
bid on the grading of ths 0. P. beyond ths
Mr Wn Lsaeh aad wifs, of llarrisburg
passed through Albany Saturday ou thotr
way home from the bay.
Mr J Ij Cowan returned from Ptintville
the first of the week. His brother Sam, who
has been ill, is now nearly recovered.
K W Lsngdou and wife ana Pearno Cocti-
rane and wife !eft laat Wednesday morning
for Lower Soda on a rusticating trip.
Mr Al Ewei t. of this city, has accepted a
position in the jawelry stor of W II Fink A
Co., of Seattle, and loft for that city on
Ur Mendenhali and family, of Hrriburg,
lsft for Ktn Oregon a fsw dsys ago hy
wsy of the McKenxie route with a band of
Taylor Props! and familv have moved to
Gilliam oounty to reside. Wssommcnd them
to the people of that couuty as good citizens,
good butter makers and good chicken breed
era. l.rt it Sunday Mr L Senders, accompanied
by his ton Mann v auct Ed Schmeer, arrived
in thia otty from Crook Couuty with forty
head of horses They were nearly six days
Mr. Hall Williams, of Nansetie, Wasco
county, has been in the city this week, hav
tug been called here as a witness 111 the Rog
ers libel suit Hall was ones a oooiposttor
on the ileram in its earlier career.
Called durirg the weak, amoog others J J
Crabtreo, of Soio, NO McDonald.of Soio, J
J Williams, of Scio ; Geo J) Overton, of
Bownavitle, NbIkjii Crams, of Brownsville ;
Hon Enoch Holt, of Hsrnsburg : A Rlaker.
of Shedd. B Crv, of Sheiid t M Snider, of
Lehauon ; Hall Williams, of Nauseuu ; F S
Doughteo. or Albanv Prairie ; Hon W M
Kamsev.of Salem ; Metier and Thos Morgan,
Ft rr at Lewisville.
From Mr. Noltnr, Jr., of the IKorW.who
was in the city yesterday, we learu that on
last Monday uiht the store of Dr. Smith, of
Lewisville, Polk county, was borucd.ontailing
a loss of $13,000- The store was insured tor
16,000. It Uauppoid to be the work of an
'noendiarv. Dr. Smith has offered a reward
of fttfO aud thoiusuraoce Co. $300 for the
capture of the inoeuditry.
Following is ths list of letters remaining In the Pst
Offios, Albany, Una county, Oregon, June 30th, 1,
Persona calling (or thuse letter must give Um date on
which they wore advertised :
Dukes, Mrs Minnie B s'u. ST C
Ktranffci. R 8 Wjfseoft. Miss W
We wish to correct a mistake we made
last week. We were misinformed as to the
name of Major Johnson's sister who has ar
rived here from Missouri and is vl thing with
him. Her name Is Mrs A Charter. We
sincerely beg pardon of the parties interest
sd. It was not, as some supposed, done
purposely. In gathering up the news of ;i
neighborhood, mistakes are alwsvs liable to
occur the best we can do.
For some reason there Is a large amount
of cheat and wild oats in the fall grain IM
year. Can anyone explain It ?
Some of the farmers are binding their fall
barley, ft is rather early tor harvesting.
The warm weather is ripening tne grain
fast and the hum of the thresher will soon
R Oarrett will start on a trip 10 W. T.
Thursday of this week.
The correspondent acknowledges the
pleasure of a ride in Major Johnson's new
There Is aoms talk of a picnic ut Peoria
Hend It along. we think it would be ; success.
Johnny Crewse ha returned from a trip
to New Vork City. y
Dave Crewse has finished the contract of
cutting Mr. CHngman's clovsr. It yielded
five tons to truj acre, and whs so tnkk It
was very difficult to cure k In the field.
Some contend that clover cannot le grown
successfully here, but we think this proves
It otherwise. That field of clover put us in
mind of our native state Illinois.
Jos Carter ha gone with his family to the
mountain on a trip for his health. Mr.
Carter ha been quite poorly for the pant
year and we liopc the trip s ill prove bene
ncial to him.
Mr. Jane Crewse, who has bsen spending
the spring In tlds vicinity, hss returned to
her home In Albany.
A large number attended the picnic at
Jefferson from this place.
The ball at Jake Bear's was one of the
mot brilliant social event of the season. It
was conducted by Prof E. May, while the
Myers' Orchestra furnished the music.
Every one present voted R a capital time.
The farmers are quite
busy putting up
Moore is visiting friends in
Mrs. Mary Davis was in Albany visiting
relatives a few days ago.
Thomas Arnold, Esq., passed through
town Sunday on his way to I ,'a Isey .
Davis Bros, are offering 80 cent per
bushel for wheat to be delivered after har
vest. Geo W Davis went to Albany Monday
where lie wld remain the entire week.
The Prohibitory Amendment League has
not niet for some time. We org the Presi
dent to call a meeting soon.
Turner St Nelson are deSjfg much better
titan was expected in the line of hardware.
We hope they will so continue, as tt good
hardware store is needed to this place.
Mrs Root Coehow, of Joseph, has been
visiting relsUves in the city.
The B. W. M. Co. purchased nearly $15,
000 worth of wool in one week.
Tliat Dennis mentioned hut week proved
not to be Crandall.
Donald Mc Rae and Win Thompson have
gone to Harney Valley.
Jaa Blakely recently returned from a visit
to Missouri and Tennessee.
Brownsville will be quiet on the 4th.
Kate Coshow. who has been attending the
Albany College, is home on her vacation.
Geo. L. Sutherland has just closed a 9
months term of school in tlds plscc, and
taking all in all, it hss been a very success
ful school. The 1st 3 months there was an
enrollment of 63 pupils, with an average
dailv attendance of ci dudIIs. Th and
quarter an enrollment of e8 ouniU with
attendance ot 42 pupils. The trd
J auarter an enrollment of 61 pupils, with
hlailv attendance of x nunils. Whnle S'n
of pupils attending the school during the 9
mourns, ou, 18 oi which did not belong to
the !istrict. No. of scholars renorted in the
DUt, oa ; No. of scholars attending the
school belonging to the Dfct, 6s ; No. of
scholars who did not attend belonei 1 ' to
the Dist, 30 ; average daily rttendancc for
the 9 months,40 pupils. The school Is oren
to the application of some good teacher.
Sodavillk, Or., June 24th. 1S87.
To -. ham it muy tomcer :
Tb is to certify that George L. gather
land, has taught our school nine months
with great satisfaction and e take pleasure
in giviiig this testimonial of him as a teach
er. We believe him to be a fair, honest,
industrious and irr partial teacher in every
sense of the word. And those who found
m. I 1. .a a a
uic most latnr. wun mm done so, more
through envy, than anv just grounds for
complaint. And we the Directorsof hchoo
Hist. No. 13, Idon Co., Oregon. Having
visited the school once in company with
County StMt Reid, and several time-; since
conceed with him in saying that Mr S ithci
land in a good teacher. We are highly
pleased with the advancement of our chil
drcn under his Instruction, and think there
are few teachers indeed who can take 63
puptts ranging from 4 to 22 rears of age
and in studies from "A. B. C to as high a
is commonly taught In District Schools,
having an average of 30 recitations to hear
daily, who will give as good sathdnction as
Mr, Sutherland has done for us. We would
gladly give him the school another 1 ear if
he would have accepted it, but lie thit ks he
can do better. Therefore we wi-.li him
abundant success as we know him to tie
deserving teacher, and has taught the mo-.
prosperous and successful school durit g the
nine months, that has been tautrht in th!
Dist. since we have lived in it
W. W. Pakrisii,
M. M. Jac kson.
S. W. Ross,
Geo, W. Wilson, (retired.)
Directors of School Dist., No. 13, Linn
Not lee to Farmers.
We want hO too old cast iron within the
next 2 weeks for fthiob will pay the high
est CdsA price.
C'HtCRKY A PAHKr.S,
Albany Iron whs.
Money to liOan
On good real estate security,
Call a) this
Notice to fool Haulers.
Sealed bids will bo received at the cflioe
ot the County Clark at ths Court lioutte in
Albany, Linn county, Oregon, until Wed
nesday the sth day of July, at tbs hour of
1 o'clock. D. m. for furmshinir for Jmi
county, 45 cords large oak grub wt od, the
earns to bo tree trout large roots an! in
good merchantable condition aod 5 cords
of body fir woou. Said wood to be de
livered, and stacked iu ricks 8 feet high,
along sido the woodhouse in the Court
House yard, on or before tbs 1st day of
September, lftS7. The right Is reserved
to reject aoy and all bids.
By order of the County Court of hian
J. P Gubuitu,
W HITHER. -In Portland uas 25th,t9 the
wifs of Fred V hittier a boy.
Andrews & Hackleman,
LEBANON, . - OREGON.
For tho next ninety day I Will anil
furni' urn at cost In order fo reduce my
stock and make room for a full stock of
hardware. V bile at the same time 1 will
contloos to maoti factors furniture st bed'
Tho no'ed Ciov land Bs; Stslltoo wiJI
msk- a fall season at the plaes of or.dtr
sfgnsd, 1 mi n south of Albany, beginning
Ju'.y 1'. Brains from a dlatgncs can
have pasturag's for mares. Tsims- (26.
In mi run
MILLARD & ELK INS.
ALBANY, - - . OREGON.
CHAS. PFEIFFEB, FROFI.IETOK.
Fitted ue in ftrftUcIss ntyls. Tables
upplied with the tt In ths asrket.
Rio s:piBff spantnsnts. Msrup's ro i:
for oointtH-reiai traveler.
tJ Free ear to asd tress the M. irl.Tta
Administrator's Sals of Real SttatJ,
In the Comuly (wrt im amd for Li mm Comm
Is ths matter of the ssUto of W H Mc
.V i i Vt u hereby given that by virtsa sf
sb order of sitls d aly mads aod entered of rec
ord by ths ahoy entitled Crart is tho above
euUtbd cause st tbs regular Juse, 1847, term
of said Court to -wit, Jaos 7th, I SoT, tho oo
dorsigned Administrators r f the estate sf W.
U. MvKuight, decetaaed. will on
salaraay Use sots stsjr sT Jsly, las:,
at ih boor of oos o'clock, p. in., of said day
at the Coort Moo duor to the City of At
beoy. Liss oounty, Oregon, ss-U st poblk
ftuctiuu to the highest bidder iu pat eels to
soil purchasers ths totlosriog deseribed
real property belonaiBg to aail estate to-wit .
1st . Tho north half ut the sortbwest quarter
of Scti'o 16. th southwest qaartet snd ths
outb half of tbs imrthweat quarter of Set
tioo 'J, all in Tow 1 ship 10 south range 01.
wsst of th Wil;iQtte meridian in Lias
coauty, Oregoo. 2 d. Lots numbered ons
I., tws (2). throe (3). four (4). live .") aod
sis () IB block numbered thutoea (13) and
lots numbered oos (1), two "J., tSroc tS)asd
(4) sf block cuosborrd tiftsou (IS) as luswe-a
aod da situated open ths map, plats aud sa
vsysot Wbseler's additioo to the tows of
Scto,LisB eoaoty, Oregoo. 3rd. TbsBsdivid
sd ass sixth of the li lowing : Begiotiiag ?A)
test east of toe nortlitvat oun .i . f Block No.
, in Bilyca s additi. u so in - tows of Scio to
too ouoly, Orsoo. asd rm cu a tbeooi
outh along ths cosisr of the road bout 127
rod to tb Donatio Land Claim of E M
Ban Jail ; t hence west one hundred aid three
rods to tbs south w ast corner of the north et
quarter ot th southeast quarter of Seeno
eightcsn in Tuwsshtp 10 soutn rang 1 wo-t
of ths V illiamcttc mertdun ; thct.ee- tmttb
SO rods : thence west ts Thorras Ciet :
tbooce sateny up ths ssotor ot said GrrvV
to a point twelve rod ed two feet west of
th northwest corner of Block 7, ia said i.i.-
yu sddition ; thence south stghteeu aud
-half rods ; thenoe east fifty oss aod
half rods to the plaee of be inning, isclBdiag
block one sod four aud fractional block hve
10 Bilysn'a additios to th towa of Sdo,LiBu
oooaty, (Jregun, Io tn mwUw i quarter
of lbs norths sat quartrr of Section finrte.i
Tswnshtp In, sooth raus I a est, vvdlam
ette n-en lun, eouUtning ou handred and
seventy -iht acres mo-e or less in Lion Co..
Oregon, 4th. The undivided ouo-sistu l
ths southwest quarter of the sorthweet quar
ter of Section thirteen, township lt, swuth
ran.-e 1 west of the V :1 atnettc uiendiun is
Lisn county. Oregon, coutainiu forty arr .
3tb, Tbs undivided one-third ui the follow
ing to -wit : Beginning at the southwest cor
ner ot the northwest quarter of the northeast
quarter of Section 17 in Township 10, south
range 1 east, of the Willamette ntendiau and
rum.is. ti-eiice couth four ami tn-'i urth
chains : thence north 58 , east 11 14 HX
ohaius ; ti eocs north o cbaius ; th.or north
43, wct 2j chains ; thsacs south 31 i", wsst
11 chsms ; thencs sutb 2 22-100 chains to
tb plac uf (Kuuitig, coutainiug S acres ia
Liuu county, Oreeon. 6th. Lot numbered
two aud part of lot three, beginaing at the
sottihcsst comer of sa d Ih two ant running
thence saat 17 fvt ; thenes uo.th t-j ths
bank 1 1 flsssass Creek ; thence artl follow
ui tt:o toiiaitHitiijs of asid stream to the
east line c-f said bAS; theucs seuth along tho
ejut liuo of Hsid l it 2, to the southeast ear ner
of the saiu. all n Block No. two in
Whee'or's additioo to tho City of Scio in Una
oounty, Oregon. 7th. Th undivided oa
third of the west half of lota unmhere
3U in the origin a I soi vey of ths City
l.nio insiiiri, 0'voo. 8th. The uu
OSS lhir.t t he follow in. to-wil
west half md tbe southeast qu titer
.. ; r. .1 t-.t H4re-r of Section 17 in Township
1.1, south run" I fast of the Willanistto
muiidtaa. O.e-g -u, uotttaiuiug wt hundred
asd twcuiy spates.
Tvims ol lr -Ooe-haU of the pu i hase
price cah is hnd. and the rswtsiuiug one
half iu six BsnsytSjM from day of sals sith
eight per cent iuteiost, ths purchaser ts t;i
mtirgsge on premises to secure the sam.
V. A. McKsioht,
A, K. McDosAU.
Aduiinb tiatots of the estate of W. 11
Dated Juuc 20;b, 15S7.
TO THE PATRQBS OF HUSBANDRY
111 AVE THIS DAY MADE A SPEC
lal contract with Mhm. Deyos A
Ko bin son, of Albaoy. to ruruh-h a lsrgs
quantity of purs uitmla binning twice to
numbers sf our outer. All patrons an
call at their pla e of bosinss-s, snd by tho"
method adoptso st our but-inest council
stmitre the tuefit of my contract. 1 have
also marls arratiuetneutti with tho same
firm to fuiuish a tot of (Nborns stool
frarsa litndsrs Send iu votir ordeis as
soon as posaible as harveat m roar.
Signed, Msbt MllUi,
Notic is borshv given, that the amh r-
signed has this day been by ths County
Court or bum oounty, Oregon, appointed
Administrator tirthe estate of Annie Bam
ford, tlecsaei, late of Linn county, Or.
A tl persons hav tug claims against satd
esvate are required to present them to the
undersigned at llwlasy, Oregon, withii,
six mouths from Uiis date, vertdeU aa by
June lath, f7.
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