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Wm. Fortmiller k Co.,
Prompt AUantioa-Firat-slass Hearse
jr After budnet hour oall at residence
Finn an l w r Mrew,
THE YAQUINA ROUTE,
Orazon Pacific Mroad,
Orjgm Development Company's Steam
125 MILES SHORTER
20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by any othsr rout.
First olai. thMitktU passona'tr and
freight line fro. n Portland and all poluta
In tha WilUm Vlly lo and from san
WillameUa Ri?er Lin) of Steamers.
The Wm. M. Hoax" The N. H. Baat
ley," Tte "Three aismiV' are In aervloe
tor both paaaanaef aul iretaht train be
tween Corral lla and Portland and lu.er
mediate points, leaving t'ompany'i wharf,
Corralba, and Maura, tiultnan A Co'a
wharf. No. 200 and 202 Front St., Port
land, three ttmaa a week a follow :
Laaf..ralii, U m . W..1. ami KrtUav. IOOOA.
Lmt. Albaar. Monday. Wad. an.i Frklay. liou .Nm
Arm Portland, Tu , Thu. ait-l SjitunUr, 5:30 P. M.
. BOLTH HOC NIK
Lssvj I .rtland. Mm. Wad. ami t'rtda), A. M.
Lmt AlUuiy, Tea., Tttura an.' Stt unlay, I: JO I' .
Arriv Otevailts. Tar. Thu. ami Saturday. 4:il K M.
BoeU mako close connection at Albany
arith tralna of tha Oregon Pacific KailroaJ.
TIMES llOl'LK (.xctfl Sumtoji)
m,,Lmt Yaquma, 6:90 a.m.
Laart Or'aUta, 1:17 r. a. Laava Oorvalli,IU:3 a.m.
' . ' t .vs r. , I MOT W WW Mil iw, fw.
Arms Yaiuuia, :ao r. a rnv Albany. ll;li a. m.
O 1 C. irtUi oa 1:. at Albany and
Corvalha The aoova tralna onneot at
Yaqulm with tli Orogn Dvaiopinaut
Uouipauy lito j or aiaamiulua batween
Yaqaina and Sn Ifrauciaeo.
SAILINU DAT KM .
rjtt44. ru i rAAaoMW. r.D.uuai
WUUmetM VaII.v-, Ma 31m. Mv MUl
WUbuiMUe VaUvj, Hay Slat June OUl
Wilfawaatta ValW . Ju.ull-. 1 Jaa t.Ui
WillainrtU Val). Jjm.'Ju t J m -"vli.
The Oompaar ..rv.ii lie rightato
ooange saiuuu JaUm witboul nolle.
N. U Pa-i'Mnctra fro.n Por.Und and
VUI iui IU) Va ley polnti cu mtko oloae
eonueoti.m wiih the tralna of the Vaquiua
routo at A.Oiuy or Corvallla, and K U
uueu to 3an t rnct j abould arrange to
arrive at 1 aguiua the evening before date
rjMCBitr aarf .rlat ate alwajr tar
Tor iolurut U:u ap:.ly hit' J 8lurt, Kraiirht And
T.ci Aaaaa. ak-aiiv. t c H uu. Jr.. U. f.
a t. Agt,, Oruii Uavvlopmeut Co., SM Moaliromcr
., aa rraocuw i, uai. c. V. not.it..
A.U. F. aadP, Axant.
Orvu Pacific UUCo. Currallu, Or.
OVtRUNO Ti) CALIFORNIA
Southern Paoifi) GompiBy's Line.
TMP. r. SHIM! Kill IV.
iMtva Allia-y aid 8a b FrvMMao, Si boars
OAuruasu Exrxiaa 1. uas mailt.
Arrival 10.M an
boava 7:u6 a m
lawva I ;30 r
8au F aucie
bjCAi. rAaaaK4 laaafJ DAibr .exeayt Sunday).
a-OJ a a I Lear a " Portland Ajtit. B r m
It U r a I Usa.a Albany Laava 1 tl J6 a a
:tera I Arrtra aaaa Uava 9 00 a m
kocAL raatjaaaya mis.butr, Kicarr bcxdat.
ltf r a I Lear
S:50 r m Arrtra
l'i..VJ r a I Laare
1:10 1 m I Arnra
:uu A M
t:4ft r a
PULLMAN BUFff r SLEEPR3.
TenrUt lrralaa t'ara for trruauaaaMatiaa
I accaaaICla rtfn zrr, attaehrd
ta Kxatrcaa Trla.
Weat side Mvlalaa.
m ViLTKti t DAibr (s eptdanday.)
Amra i tfcta r
Laara 1J0 a
strasai rsAisa mailt (mx-up: aundiy.
"J00 rs I Arri a
:00 A M
Ml A M
AtAlbAsy tad C-raUi. c n.nect with trains of
Oragrw I'aetBt. Kojir al
Fa full mf .r 4i in . , r-ratds,
on Compaay'a Ayent.
B. KOCIILBR, . P. ttO';RH8,
fr Manajw. AsatU. f. and P. Art.
im the Circa't Crt of the S'. rte of Onion
for ,i 1 CottUj.
R. S. wa!lace, Plaintiff.
John Keighale, Wm K Igtand an 1 George
Will unix. Defend Aiit-..
To John Heiuhsie. Wm Kngland and
eorge Williams, Heiendanui.
IN the name of ibe Stat6 of Oregon: You
are hereby required to appear and an
swer the complaint fiied against yen in the
above entitled suit, on or ovfore
ifceXSth day f Jane, 1888,
that being the ti rot day f the next regular
term of aaid Court following the puttiica
lion of th'a Summons, and if you tail to
so answer, nid -Plaintiff will apply to
said C mrt for a decre sgainat the said
Offeri Unt, John - eighsln f r the sum of
tw tiiowaand dollar-' wuh iutereat thre
on at tht rate if f n per i-eul por annum
jiince thn 25th day of cpteuiter, 1886. a
money due Piainiiff ,ou a p.omiasory note
be mad-, by atid John lleighale. to Piain
titT. and also a di r.-u.. against said I'efen
dante for the f.rcloOtB of a uioitHirf
iii ide bv shIU neteiKlaul, .OJtii Meihsle kanswir sai complaint us h?.ebv retiuuod
ate sssak .,JI' ... .Vt.. . . . . .1.1 ft . 1 , . . .
o haui t'laiiuiH t'l 'iire itio iHvni-nt.il
aid sum and inte4A.Ht and for the asl ol
the mortgaged premiies or Ian I uiortgag
ad, described 10 wit : The wat of S E
xi nd east ofs W of -octiou 20 in
Townabip 9 aoiith of lanxe 2 satat of the
Willamette merhiiau, in I, inn county,
Oregon, and sgaiust saiii D femiant, John
HeighlH for 8i00 .ttorneys fees and costs
and disbursement and also tbat the pro
eed- of such sale he applied in payment
of s-tid principal Hud into et, Attorney's
fe s and disoutsements.
Thia Summons ia aerved by publication
thereof six ue".esive weks in the Statb
Kiohts Democrat Iiv order of Hon. A,
P Boise, Judge of t-aid Court, made at
Chambers n.t lieuring date the 9th day of
"UAW A Gkkoo,
. ttorneys for Plaintiff.
We have appointed Mr. K. A. DeVaney,
Waterloo as our Agent in Linn county
for Law$ of Business prepared by Prof.
Parson's ol Harvard University expressly for
farmers and business men. Endorsed by the
chief and associated justices of the Supreme
Bench. Is pronounced bv thousands of the
clearest headed business men of the coun
try as book which they can not afford to
bewi(h....t. Wc ask an investigation of its
Agents wanted in every county in the
W. P. Grakt. Publisher.
and Pacifht States.)
, an Francisco, Cai,
Do You Want Furniture ?
IP YOU DO CIO TO
Woodin & Willard.
where you wilt And the best make and
BEDROOM SUITS, PARLOR SUITS,
EASY CHAIRS AND
Also a fine line ot
and a hundard different ntyb.a of
Picture frames made to order.
Tim largeat and bt stuck of
aver kept In Albany, Prices raaonbt
Andrews & Hackieman,
LEBANON. . - lUi ON
Im tkt Circuit Conn of tkc Sitt 0 Ortgtn
for ijV Cottuy of
Martha llouaton, Plaintiff.
Joaie K, Tlmmarman, DefeuJant.
To Joala K. Timmorman, the above
N the name of the State of Oregon: You
I are hereby require! to appear and an
werth complaint of the above uamcd
Plaintiff in the atove eu tilled Court now
on tile with that 'ierk of smk! C url. within
ten daya from the date of the aervlce of
thia Summon uponyou.if aorvd in Linn
county, Oregon, hut ir erv.d 111 any
other county in vpi SUte thon wlthlu
twenty daya from the date of the aerviie
uHn you, or if aerved on you out of the
State or by publication, then by the first
day of the June term of the Circuit Court
foUowiog auch aervlce, towlt:
the Ul k day r Jaar. lattV
and you are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and answer aaid complaint
as hereby required the Plaintiff will Ukr
judgment againat you for the aunt of
4M.3H aud tntorvat thereon from May
5th, 1888, at 8 per cent per annum aud for
the further oum of 33 with intereat
thereon at the rate of H per cent per an
num from the 2nd day of May, 186, and
for-the coate aud dUburaementa to be
taxed and for an order of the Court to sell
the property attached in the above entitled
action to aallafy any judgment obtained,
towit. Lot 71 in the icy ofSclc, Linn
county, Oregou, excepting the following :
Beginning at the S K comer of aaid lot 71,
thenoa W 6Q feet ; theuoo N 10 feet ; thence
K 30 feet ; thenoa S 16 feet to the place of
beglnulng. Alao the K of lot 70 in Scio,
Linn Co, Or Alao comment imt at the S fc
corner of Lot 70 in the city of Scio, l.inu
county, Oregon, and running, thence W
25 ir t-t ; theace S 32 feet to the north bank
of Tbomaa Creek ; thenoa eaateriy along
the north bank of aaid Creek to a point
opposite and on a lino with the eaat
b nedary line of aaid Lot 70; thence N
31 feet to the place of beginning, at a point
14 88 bains K of the N K corner of Sec
22, Tp. 10 M K 2 w ; thence K 5:12 chalna ;
thence s 20 cbaiua ; tbeuoe 8 K0 48' E
hi. 54 uhaina ; thence S 32 SO chains ; thence
W 45 66 chains ; thence N 52.80 chains to
the place of heainniiiz, coutaining 130
acres, iu Linn county, Oregon.
Thla la published by order of the Hon
K. P. Itoine. made at Chambers the 10th
day of May, 1888.
J. K. Wkatiikrforiv
Attorney tar Plaintiff.
Notice for Publication,
La ii.i Office at Oregon Citv, Or. )
May 17th, 18e8.
Notice la hereby given that the follow
ing nautfd hettler has tiled ttotiwe of his
i it n iii on to make final proof in support of
itls claim, and that aaid praor wilJ be
made before the Judge or in case of hla
abeeuoe the County Clerk of Linn coun
'. Oregon, at Albany, Oregon, on
Monday, Jaly Ml, IBM,
viz: John M. Fiaugher, Hon. 1 stead En
try v. 4870 for the N Vi of N K J and N
M of N W i of Ueo. 32. Tp lip H 1 K, Ho
nanu s the following wiinea-04 to prove
blx contlnuouH reallfu:. taxm and culti
vation of, aaid laud, viz : Jea M South,
Jobn o KoyU, 1 lioma- r'x'kett Widiam
Ray, all of Lebanoo, Unn cou-itytOreRoti,
Mi T, IJOHP KT
Notice la hereby given that the under
signed has been, by order of the County
Court of IJnu county, Oreaon, made
April 24th, 1888, duly appointed Admin
istrator ol tbo euate of Samuel K Duncan,
deceased. All persons haviof daloM
against aaid estate are bareby not.fmd to
present them duly verified to the under
signed at bia residence in Albany, within
afx months from the date hereof,
April 27tb, 1888.
S, M. I'KNM MJTON,
T. J. Si item, Admlnifetrator.
Attorney far Administrator
In tl. Circuit Court of the SlaU of Oregon
lor County of Linn
Mary A Broadwell, Plaintiff.
Jacob C Ilroadweji, Itefeiidlut.
To Jacob C. Broadwell t'-ie above named
IN the name of the Slate of Oregon
are hereby required to appear at
swer the complaint of the above named
Plaintiff in the abovo entitled Court now
oa file with the Clerk of aaid Court with
in ten days from ih date of the service of
ibis Summons upon on if served in Linn
county. Oregon, but if served in any other
county in mo Male or oregun then within
twenty days ol tho service, of this Sum
mons upon you, or if .erved ouuHe of the.
state or 1 ,y publication Ih n by tho first
day of the next rogti.'ar trtn of Court fol
lowing, "1 wit :
tlte ISta day uf Jimr. lsas
and vat arn tmrebv notified if 1011 fail fn
mo fiaiiiiifl win hooiv to ilm Court foi
ho relief demanded in t.,is cornnlaint.
towit : A decree dioivinur the bonds ol
ma'-i i'nony now exist inir and hr the caro.
cuauidy and control of minor children
named in the comfdAint and for the costs
nd disbursement and such other relief
s may be equitable.
Th'.s Summons U DublKhed bv the or.
deroftbe Hon. R P. Uoise. Juda-eofsaid
Court made May 3rd, 1883.
J. K. Wkathkbf.ki,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Full line of Chinese goods of all kinds on
hand, Also full line of
OREBJN PACJIIO COtiTlACTOB,
for this aectiou.
Laborers furnished on short notice fo
Opposite S E Young's, Albany,
J. E. WEATHERF0RD,
tTTORNEY AT LAW,
OJ ILL, PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF THE
VV State. Special attention give to collections and
-LI BKH 1
n I I g
Ur ; m C Irs
He i r ii
I I o I
ST A ft BAKERY,
Corner Broidaibin and First 8t&,
DKA LKIf IN-
I ! M l' .
t t .
Iu fact everything Iha. is kpt In a gen
rml variety and grocery si or... Highest
market price paid for
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
ALBANY CQLLEBUTE INSTITUTE
rirs Teres aa aeaaesBker ISlsi, I8S7.
A lull eorpa of Instructors,
CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY,
COMMERCIAL AND NORMAL
Courses of tudy arranged to meet the
need of alt grade of students,
Sjnxitd imdtu rmrmi tiered la iludmli
Tuition rangtss from 8&.60 to $12,&0.
lioard In private famPiea at ow rata.
Rooms lor aelf-boarding at small expense.
A carsfnl auervUiou exercised over atu
denta away from home. Pall term opens
September 7th. For circulars aud full
particulars address the Preaidaut.
BET. LLBEBT B. C WBBIT.
This house, is now open and furuiahed
with the beat new furniture. K ry tiling
clean ami ctnim.Mliijus, (.tftrtug to the geu
a a?..t a
crai puuue superior accommodations to any
in the city.
Ms F. MERRILL,
J. J4 -K- JBJ JcC
ucj Sew Vrs. Halt KraneUeoana
Bay notas, U'e, cunl axd c'ly war ran la g
estve deiMMlU anbioeA to ebecB. lelcreet allusod ..
Cliactions aril I receive pruotpt attentka..
'i,nrrorHliica solicited. a
nPSSBU uunti. maurnc i.laoel In rul.at.U e-n.
BJTOiSc rwatrs tram S a. m . to 5 n in.
0. O OHBKKT.
CHERRY & PARKRS,
laohinlats, Millwrights, and Irot
K are now completely prepared lo
handle all klndi of heavy work. We will
msnnfipliira ftltaa ..i thmtua O.lul mA
saw Mill Machinery, and all kind oriros
and Brass Castings. .
P A ITEMS . M tUE SUORT NOTICE.
Special attention erlven to mnalHno- all
kinds of machinery.
DR. C, WATSON MAST0N
Physician arid Surgeon.
Office rooms 3 and 4. Foster's Blosk.
ALBANY - OREGON.
The BUYERS' GUIDE is
issued March and Bspt.,
each rear. Il is an ency-
olopedia of useful infor.
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or tho
IlOCCMltlGB Of liiO. Wrt
can clothe you and furnish you with
all the necessary arid unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, danco, sleep,
eat, flah, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and in various sizes,
styles and quantities. Just figure out
what is required to do all those things
COMFORTABLY, and you can mako a fair
estimate of the value of the BUYEHB'
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.
!, nTDa f.'jp.'iatj,',
Fresh meats constantly on hand.
corner of First and F.trrv Streets.
IRS. M, E. KcCOY, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC
phyaiciali. orflee and residunce eornar al Klrat
and baker Street, Albany, Oreun, Chnjnlo diseases
a apeciAlty. OonaulUtkin free, office hours : 10 a. ra.
10 12 a m and 2 to & p. at.
LOSIETTIAN SCHOOL OF MI5M0RY
TliAlNJNG. I'ertons willing to join a
class, each member of which will receive in
truc'ioos fvr $5, 12, instead of 25.57, will
E leas'- address local editor DEMOCRAT, Al
my, Ur. Fee, to b eent to Profestor A.
Loisse'te, 237 Fifth Ayeaue, New York, who
will, f asked, send prpectus post free.
Is now located, until he aets lt,to thi
new Foshay v Meson building, just north
of No. 2's Er gine House, where oJd and
0f0DHfT Vh "
KUhed f Albatty W, 0. T, V.
The Kxfress makts the following state'
inonti "Last November Portland oast 7104
votes, and many eitisens did not vote at all
This year it casta 8309 and evaty voter is
drummed up. 1 hot this a drcrepeno) T Oh
lo, not at all, it is just the jsjouliar way
Mnltnwmah has of counting iu eases of
emrrgonoy, that's all.
The Women SufTraga resolution passed by
the national prohibitum sou volition was
wiitton hy Judge Black.
The Japanese govsrument has instituted a
collage for woman with Kngligh professors,
and put it undrr tho control at a oomuiittee
of Kuglish worn on fur eight years.
A local option election has been ordered in
Warren cunly. N. J., under tbs previsions
of the aew high hoensa and local option bill
lu two dava the temperance rstoule seeuied
w - v
IAO0 name, twioa as many as the 'aw re
quired to hare the qhsation of looal optica
suhmltted to the voter of the county.
Wa most ha u"o,l uatured as auushiua,
steadfast as gravitatitu, and persisteat as a
Christians 's faith.
Kuan, km K. Wii.i.ahi..
Tho aooreme eeurt has uusnimously da
elared the local-option law enooaatitotinnal,
ou the technical ground tbat the Constitution
orovitlaa (Article 4. Ssotioo 20) ttat uo law
ahall embraos mora than one object, which
shall bo .Mb'Mlt.'. I in i title; that the real
..I 1 ot f the local-option law, entitled "An
act to regulate the manufacture aad sale of
liquor." is not pioparly staled in its title.
rttis) decision will sorely disappoint large
du niters of the opponent of tho liquor tralln.
and willdoahtleaa hasten the day of another
trial for constitutional prohibition.
URAL KHTATa BALKS.
As recorded In the County Clerk'a omce
of Linn county, Oregon :
Harvey firaham to C Bleakly, 80
acres, Jordan Valley..... 5"
I 8 Amea to G II Miller, 1 acre, 13 E 1 as
S K Younif to L C Marshall, lots 1
and 3, block 46, Albany 550
II llrtanllu la H Wilklns, lX
ac rea, ad jol n i ng A I ba ny 1 500
Js W Harris to A Tend r N Gilbert
lot 3. block 14. Albenv i-o
U S to Archie L WUhard, 319 acre.
tp 13, w 3 patent
Q P Clark to S P Barge r, about 1 lot,
Jos McCune to Frank H Hulbcrt, 80
acres, 13 w 4
John A Wilson to William Wasaom,
1KC.43 acre in tpa ic, 3 and
wcat, W M 13.B65
L 8 to Jas H Pierce, 140 acre 15 w
lat-.tr.. t I ml. Int.
Held at Sodavilleon June yth. Owing
to the lateness of the teachers arriving no
session was held until i p.m. at which time
the meeting was called to order bv the
President Charles S. Hunt. The Secretary
being absent F M Mitchell was elected Sec
Pro. Tern , musk, enrollment f teachers
which was as follows : Chas S Hunt.Saroh
Williams, J B Wirt, Lebanon . G M Bus
sell, Halscy ; S J Paul, M Paul, Jenny
Cyrua, Rosa Moore, Belle Myers, Ella
Gary, James A Bllyeu, Geo L Sutherland
Scio ; J G Gibson. Mary Brandon, Plain
view ; Elbert C Cable, Brownsville ; Jas
B Early. Salem ; W A McGee, Sodavllte
F M Mitchell and K M Smith, Spicer
Muaic ; declamation, Johnnie (ibou
School government by W A McGee, fot
lowed by Geo L Sutherland, Mr Kusacl)
F M Mitchell. Chat S Hunt. Music ; reel
tation, Ada Parrish. Friday afternoon ex
erciscs : Mr Russell followed by Mr
Wirt ami Mr McGee. Recess ; music ; ex
aminutions in public schools.FM Mitchel
Geo L Sutherland, W A McGee, J G Gib
sou, Chas S Hunt. Declamation, Ida Wt.t
(all. Motion made and carried that Chas
S Hunt, J B Wirt and F M Mitchell, draw
up resolutions in memory of F H Haas.
Motion made and carried that when we ad
journ, be to meet in Albany, In September
with district No. i, subject to the call of the
Supt. Adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock but
owing to a heavy rain no evening session
F. M. Mm urn, Sec. Pro. Tcm.
A Portland Affair.- At the late elec
tion Henry E. McGinn, republican, was re
elected district attorney for Portland. For
some time prior to the election charges of
unfaithfulness and official laxnesa were
brought against McGinn. It seems that
on last Monday evening Rev. Ezra Has.
kell, of the Plymouth Congregational
church, at a public meeting, charged Mc
Ginn with having bribed voters on election
day. This having been communicated to
McGinn, seemed to. arouse him, and meet
ing the reverend gentleman on the street
Wednesday evening, he proceeded to
pommel him, making several contusions
and abrasions about the head and face.
Mr. Haskell in an interview after the as
sault declared that he was fully prepared
to prove all the charges he made. It is to
be hoped he will have the opportunity to
A Subscription. A subscription paper
is Beinir circulated for a bonus of some
where near $1000 for Mr. Race, the gentle
man who recently purchased the St.
Charles hotel property, in consideration of
which he asrrees to repair the buildintr and
open a first-class hotel. Itls meeting with
some encouragement, and if successful
Lwill at least have the effect of helping to
keep business in the block this side of the
hotel. Owners of property there could af
ford to give liberally.
Bids Opened. Friday night the com
mittee of P. of II. In the city opened bidrj
on binders and mowers, after bavins-
taken into consideration, the merits of the
machines, and accepted the proposition of
Stewait i Stx on the Osborne binders
and Knapp, Burrell & Co., F. H. Roscoe,
TheN. P. The report of the earnings
of the Northern Pacific for May shows that
the road pays. Fpr tbat period this year
they exceed those of the corresponding
month of 1887 by $447,667.45. Following
are the figures : Freight earnings, $940,-
000 ; passenger, s4Q,i7 ; miscellaneous.
$93,900 ; total, $1,537,087.
Mr. Rumor. We hope the fo'.lowing
from the Yaqulna Post has a big bottom to
it : Rumor has it that there are some
changes being made in the financial man
agement of the O. P. As soon as these
are satisfactorily arranged, the business of
constructing the road will be resumed. And
our informant is sanguine that but a few
more days will elapse before, there will be
lively times at the front.
Water Ditch. We are informed that
Ikft talk of constructing a water ditch at
Lebanon has been revived and the people
are quite confident the enterprise will be a
success, in case of its success a man from
California has agreed to establish a paper
Tacoma ,W. T.J unc 13. There linn been
. . MMk . a a i. i 1 a.
trouble tt ine I acomn coal anti yoke urn-
inny'" mine, which, until to-day, ha been
kept no quiet that monc ol the newHpapHnt
had heard of It. According to the acceunt
aivtn by A. C. Smith, prculdent of the com-
puuv, me aiiair cam nrar rrMiiung m me
nchtng of J. w. Neny.
San Fbancihco, June 13. The aggre
gate morality In ninety towns of the state
for the past month of May numbers 1Q.15,
n on estimated population of 735,950 In
habitant. Tliis Is considered a good show
ing, as compared with the morality in East
Cmu Ai.o, tune I3-- DUputchr from
points In Iowa andVlllinbls state that mil
lions of locusts are making their appear
ance. 1 ttev are dotntr tt e uamauc vet
beyond killing young and tender trees.
Opinions differ whether they arc seventeen
year variety or not.
Vletery fur Han Ian.
11m iswan k, QuccnIund, June 13. The
match race for 500 a slde.between I lanlan
and Trlckett.was rowed on the Fltxroy riv
er to day. I lanlan beut his opponent by
Mkxico, June 13. There was a heavy
rain.w hich lasted three hours,at Tresmlll.ln
the state of Zacatecas, last night. Houses
were washed away, and three persons
drowned. Manv houses were badly dam
aged. Immense hailstones caused much
damage. There Is one metre of water In
the streets. The governor Is giving aid to
A N. W.Htorm
Walla Walla, Jurfe 14. The most
tiisastrous storm known here for many
years passed over the town this afternoon.
A high wind, lasting fifteen minutes, ac-
carnpanlcd the rain. Many w indowa were
broken In the penitentiary and the tin roof
of the cell wing was ripped up. A large
numder of shade trees in the city were
blown down. A large tree fell across
Scbwabacker Bros, warehouse, cruhlnff It
down and breaking up a large amount of
new agtlv ultnral machinery !orc! within.
So reports have been received a to dam
age done crops.
Tacoma, June 14.L. N. Hudson, ot
Sumner, was killed by a singular accident
on Monday last.the news of which has just
reached this city, in company with Coun
ty Commissioner J. C. KincaUl and five
others he was In camp at Lonamever's
springs near the foot of Mt. Rainer. While
moping over the fire a ai calihrec Smith
.v Weaaen revolver fell from his coat pock
et, was discharged, and the ball entered his
neck. Death ensued shortly after. The
company decided to bury the body at the
Slace as it was Impracticable to bring It to
umtifra son of the deceased who was ,lth
the party so deckling. Deceased was about
46 years old.
The Joist Lease.
Nkw York, June 14.-11 is reported In
Wall street that the joint tease of the Ore
gon Railway At Navigation Company's
property by the Union and Northern Paci
fic railroad companies has been abrogated.
It ts hinted in some quarters that the union
Pacific detected its associate In a violation
of the compact, and has thrown up the
whole agreement. The Union Pacific rail
way, through the Oregon Short Line, leas
ed the property In April, 1887, for ninety
nine years on a basis of 6 per cent annual
dividends on the stock, and last fall it ad
mitted the Northern Paetfic to participa
tion In the lease. The Oregon company
was immediately restrained In the Oregon
courts from executing the joint lease.
!- liag Twas.
Wichita, Kansas, June 15. Reports
from Stevens county, Karieaa, stale that
the entire populations of the towns of.
Hutneatsvn and Woodsdale arc under arms
Spuada of citiaens are patrolling the coun
try night and day, ahow but liittle respec
for the propei ly of others. Two of these
patrolmen met' Monday, and a lively fua
ilade ensued. Their horses were left dead
on the field, and it Is not known whether
anybody was killed or not. The situatkm
Is very serious.
Death of the Knperar.
BkVi.in, June 15. The emperor died at
11 o'clock this morning at Potsdam. A
bulletin Issued an hour before the emper
or died said that he had been lying for some
time iu a slight slumber, broken by wake
ful intervals, during which he showed dis
tinct signs of consciousness. He gave no
signs of suffering. His pulse and breath
ing were very weak. There had been no
material change in his condition during
the night. All the members of the imper
ial family remained at the castle during
Arlington, Or., June 15. A wind
storm and cloud burst struck near Lexing
ton, Morrow county, killing three persons
and wounding a dozen or more. About 2
o'clock the stage driver was at Petty 's place,
where he had unhitched his team. The
wagon was washed down Willow creek
about fourteen miles. Seven buildings
were wrecked In Lexington.
TmbM. A. T'h Saturday Night.-An
Albany saloon-keeper says the Man About
Town hasn't any sense, and Is a blockhead
generally .... We hear a great deal about
Albany's future. Some of the emarks
made are inclined to be wild and exagger
ated on the up grade. Others not wild
enough. The M. A. T.ls not a full fledged
enthusiast on anything ; but in the matter
of Albany's growth he has baloon like
Ideas to a certain extent. Should the Ore
gon Pacific be pushed through rapldily our
ideas are rather exalted as to the city's
growth ; and anyway it has an advantage
this Saturday night that is bound to make
it a fine inland city with a population of
not less than ten thousand fn five years
from now. There are those here who will
be saying in a few years, "Well, I was a
fool for not buying then". . . . At the end of
this rainy week we hear many j remarks
about too much moisture, but watch for
the harvest. . . .An Albany gentleman say a
his wife has put up about 300 cans of fruit,
attacking the cherries by the bushel. Who
can. surpass this A large amount of
farm machinery has left Albany during
the week. The M. A. T. beseeches the
owners to keep their machines in out of the
rain and well oiled. A binder might just
as well be run ten years as to be cast aside
in three or four.
Andennistoo. Saturday afternoonSid
Ennis was likewise taken before Justice
Humphrey, and received a fine of $40. for
the part he played in the saloon fight.
Neither Ennis nor Reed can pay the fines
and will have to submit to about a months
imprisonment. These two cases should be
lessons to the young men of Linn county
that they must behave themselves or get
the punishment they deserve. Our ad
vice is to keep out of the saloons entirely
and vou wont get in the grip of the law,
which in this case certainly ground out
just about the right verdict.
Fhe f?rfyw,peaklngof the provisions
of the Mill's hill, says : "The great need of
the democratic party is newspapers intelli
gent enough and honest enough to set forth
things as they are." This Is eminent y true
for, so fur us that paper is concerned, while
It may be intelligent enough to teli Its
readers what the provisions of the Mill's
bill are, evidence is not lacking to show that
It Is not honest enough to do so. It Is per
fectly safe to .i v that those who have de
pended upon the Orrgonian for a knowledge
of just whut the provisions of that bill are,
all believe that no reduction has been made
upon woolen goods or upon sugar. It has
persistently and willfully misrepresented
the provisions of the hill with reference to
both sugar and woolens. And wc must
say that we Jtnow of 110 class of people, in
Oregon so much in need of a newspaper,
intelligent and honest enough to set forth
things as they are in the Mill's bill, as the
republican party, for that paper continually
teaches them that the Ml'Ps bill makes no
change in the duties on sugar and woolen
goods while putting other articles on the
free list. Scores of republicans dally assert
this to be the fa t.and quote that paper as
authoHty to prove the allegation. That
paper joins daily with others that have no
regard for the truth, I u ch-now m in t; '.Un
democratic party as a f rfce trade party .simp
ly because It favors a reduction of the reve
nues by reducing the tariff .ami In the same
breath calls for a removal of the entire du
ty from sugar. Does not this make thi-t
paper a freetrader ? If not, then it acts in
a very dishonest w ay In calling democrats
HJftOltKli A .Mi lfKHPlMKH.
Last week the provision of the tariff bill
placing salt on the free list was up before
Congress for cor. side ration. Here was a
fine opportunity to teat the sincerity of men
who profess such tender care and solicitude
for the Interest of farmers and dairymen.
As soon as the clause was read putting that
article on the free list, Burroughs of Michi
gan, republlcan,was on hi feet with a mo
tion lo strike out the clause. The motion
was supported by the republicans, but was
voted down by the democrats. During the
discussion of the motion Mr. W biting, of
Michigan, a democrat, and a manufacturer
of salt on a Urge ca!c,earnctly supporUd
the move for putting salt on the free list,
urging that salt was abundantly able to
stand alone. Here were two tests. A test
of the sincerity of the republican profes
sion of care for the Interest of the farmer.
They could give him cheap salt, but being
put In the scales the mcmbcrsof that party
were found wanting. The other test wa the
sincerity of democrats in their tariff reform
movement in the interest of the consum
ing classes. They united as one man to give
the people clteapsalt, and Mr. Whiting sup
ported the move to keep faith with the
people. And so It Is in every aspect of the
case. The democrat In Congress are with
the people, and the republicans in that bo
dy are with the protected monopolies f
the country. Mr. Whiting had the oppor
tunity to cxemplyfy the true meaning of
American political manhood, and he did it
manfully and patriotically. Such is the
difference between a man who labors in
the interest of the whole mass of the peo
ple.and one devoted to the interests of the
few at the expense of the many.
rKOTWTION. THE KNEMYjbT WAGE-.
Sta'lstics, whether taken in mass or in
detail, establish the fact thus admitted so
clearly, that none but thoroughly dishon
est advocate of protection pretend any
longer to dispute h. The value of produc
tion per hand, in all the combined metal
and textile Industrie, in i8So,wa,in Amer.
lea, i.'.s.,,aud in Mi i yhind.ot.lv $ 780Tb us
the value of each American workman to
his employer was 1 16 per cent greater than
the value of each Englishman ; yet the ut
most claim which can be made a to differ
ence in wages i that made by Senator
Chacc, to w it, 62 per cent. It is well known
that the real difference doe not exceed 45
per cent. But In any case.lt is certain that
the American employer, after paying 50
per cent higher wage, is still 50 per cent
better off, in the tabor item, than his Eng
lish competitor. Thomas G. Shearman in
teifortTs Magatimr for June.
The Oregomia finds it necessary to in
form its readers that it does not believe in
"ultra protection." Taking its own col
umns a evidence, t'.at paper will have lit
tle trouble In proving that It does not be
lieve In "ultra protection." In fact it would
be an easy task to prove from the columns
of that paper that It has promulgated every
phase of the tariff question fromfultra pro
tection" as one extreme, to ultra free trade
as the other. There is only one question
of doubt among the people o to the atti
tude of that paper on the subject of the
tar iff. ami that Is when will it make its next
The final passage of the bill to establish
a Federal Department of Labor is a recog
nition on the part of Congress of the pro
priety and necessity of dealing particular
ly with the interests of tne workingmen,
that have been assailed and imperiled by
the operations of Republican monoply.sys
tetn. The atrocious crime of being an old man
i now laid at the door of Allan G. Thu
mun. He will be 75 next November, It is
an age which finds Gladstone still a leader,
and Bismark yet charged with the heavy
duties of the chancellorship.
Gen. Spinola a member of congress from
New York said in a speech yesterday In con
gress that his state would give 60,000 ma
jority for Cleveland.
A nd now abideth Cleveland, Thurman
and Reform jthese three; but the greatest
of these Is Reform.
The bandanna has already had its nat
ural effect upon the Republican organs.
It is too piebean and vulgar, you know.
Btjojsvo uroq? aavB eqs 'aarptrqo pvq errs waajn.
'injoisvo 01 Sunp ens 'ssjjtf eurvosq eqs u,( w
vaoso JJ PH0 I 'PIIUO sua oqs uau. av
vjjovno xoq a, 'jpjs etui Xqvrj uati.V
Folio sing is the list of letters remaining in the Past
OSes, Albany, Linn county, Oregon, June 7, IMS
Persons calling- for those letters must give the date on
srhtch they were advertised :
Kiptier, J H
Foster, L M
Lehman n. J H
Smith v Harry
Kempton. Lester 2
Miller, Miss Ola
May, James H
H. THOMPSON, P M
fpr Infanta and Children.
: I- to wall adapted toebildreti that
t romrnc&d it as superior to any pmscripiion
aaowB torn.- a a. ABeaaa, M.D.,
112 So. Oxford BL, Urooaljrn, K. T.
THE 4 1 IT . jk
AsilaO CT3.u "EX'ri.'&S
a-' I S . -'JL-
Send for Catalogue and Price List
Stewart & Sox,
tho lumber monopoly. We can furnish
to builders and contractors, rough, clear
on abort notice. This lumber is cut from
the isjst veilow fir, rafted from thi cele
brated McKinxl timber regions sod menu
fact u red a Coburg. Any quantity can ba
furnished at Albany at low price, It
needs no recommendation as to quality
CEDAR POSTS, BOXING
and lumber of all kinds 00 our yard con
stantly. Don't order without seeing or
bearing from us. We will aaye you
Albany Llun Co., Oi
FOSHAY A MASON,
yrxyuau:. a aavatt
Druggists and Booksellers,
Agents for John B. Aldeo'a publicatloria,
which we mil at publisher's pricsu with
stained, and all other business in tbs U.
S iV. n
nice ti. t,. ,io4 l. !r ticlcrsle Iwt
Our ottca la ofnat the V. 8. Patent Office, and
- can obtain Pstenla less tin. than those remote
(tend nwdie or drss-tna. We ss- to
shility froe ol charge ; and srentaka o charge
wa obtain patent.
We rater bar, to tbs rVwiMsstat
Money Order Utv. aad to official ut the U. B
lW.cc For circular, advice, term,
oscUisl clients in joorosm Slate or county,
Cs, A. SNOW & CO.
Ot'pneit Patent Office, Washington, D .
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
ed Administrator of the estate of Saxoel T.
Harris, deceased, wi!l pursuant to an order
of the County Coart of Linn county, Oregon,
duly made and entered of record on June 6tb,
1SSS. at the Court House door in Albany in
aaid county, 00
Twesday, the 4th day l July. IBS,
at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, sell all the right title and interest
of the said Samuel T. Harris, at the time of
his death, iu aad to the following described
real property, to- wit : Beginuing at the
northwest corner of Section 12 in Tp. 10 S R
1 west of the Willamette meridian ; thence
eaat 61 rods ; thence south 208 rods to the
south bank of Thomas Creek ; tbenoe west
along the south bank of Thomas Crttk, fol
lowing the mesoderm gs thereof 01$ rods to
the line of said Section 12 ; thence north
along said section dine. 208 rods to the place
of beginning, containing 80 acres in Lin a
county, Oregon, to the highest bidder.
Terms of sale, oaah in hand on day of sale.
Dated June 14tb, 1888.
J. H Pekry,
Hewitt & Bryant, Administrator.
Att'ys for Adtn'r.
Notice is hereby given that the under -signed
Administrator of the estate of Oeo A
Hall, decased, will in purauauce of au order
of the County Court ot I ami county, Oregon,
duly made and entered ot record on tho 5th
day of June. 1888, at the Court House door
in Albany in aaid county on
Tuesday . July 24 Ui, ihss.
at the hour of one o'clock in tne afternoon of
said day, sell all the right title and inteie i
of tho said Geo A Hall at the tinm of h i
death in and to the following described rea
property, to-wit . The north, half of ths
northeast quarter and the south half of tho
northeast quarter of Section 24 iu Tp. 10 S It
1 W of the Willamette meridian in Linn
county, Oregon, containing loTJ acres. Also
a contract with the Oregon & California Rail
Road Company, numbered 1042 for the sain
of the northeast quarter of the southeast
quarter of Section 13 in Tp. 10 S R 1 w oi
the Willsmette msrirtian in Linn county.
Oregon, containing 40 acres . Also a oon
tract with the Oregon & California Rail
Road Company, numbered 1256 for the sale
of the east half of the southwest quarter ol
Section 13 iu Tp. 10 S R 1 w of the Willam
ette meridian in Linu county, Oregon, coo
tatcing 80 acres, to the highest bidder.
Terras of sale cash in hand.
Dated June 14th, 1888.
Lb Wi CLARK,
Stuaio corner Stoond and Ferry Streets
near Opera House. Ground floar.
Children's pictures a specialty,
ALBANY, .- - - OREGON.
I Cswtorla enres Cone. OeBsHpatlon.
I fr gtomach, IiarrhB, Eructation,
I mJZZZ!M' lyt sk od
TBS Certacb Cosnramr, 77 Murray Street, H. V
THE MARK f-
1 Agents, Albany, Or.
Albany Huh Works
And .Mai.ufaeturers of
We are how prep. red to ell at whole
aale, always fresh and pure at Portland
price to dealers. We also keep a full
HutsS and Tropical Fruits.
C10AR AND TOBACCO
department la com?'. We keep the
vary ft neat stock of azuok ag aad ebewing
.o'jsvcco, meerschaum and brier pipes tba t
a delight to tmckera.
ALBANY SAW AND PLAN
All kinds of rough, dressed
nd se as . inmber, laths 621 1
pickets kept constantly on
hand- Bills sawed to order on
shortest notice Use only best
Calapooia timber- Price and
terms made satisfactory.
ROBINSON A WEST.
0. R. N, BLACKBURN,
Attorney at Law,
Office. Odd Fellow'i4TeD)!e,
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
All business will receive prompt attention
J. J. WHITNEY,
ittorney And Counsellor At Lav
Will practice In all of tho Courts of
.hH state. AU business Intrusted to bim
will be promptly attended to.
fcDBTHERri SHOWN PUTS
An? eckiMnrWv d the heat, bein hardier,
lanre j: .laivc ami yield Vtter crops.
FI.K ILMTSTasATED CATALOGUE
(hsassnsj uaiy Cnkrivr'.itc,s&lldtia on taaSV
u. wwre FOB IT.
I.. H.- M A -ST ja.
rt Fwts aso Secdames, Bt. Paoi, Misk.
i. O. POWKLU w. R. BILTKU
POAVEliL, & BILYETJ,
.TTORNEYS AT LAW,
And Solicitors in Chancery,
ALBANY. ... OBEGON.
Collections promptly made on all points.
Loans negotiated on reasonable terms.
jpBrOffleein Foster's Brick.-
L. H. MO NT AN YE.
A N EY AT LAW
Office upstairs, dawford Block
T. J. STITES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
H0U ANGELS COLLEGE.
A Boarding School for Boys ! !
Conducted by secular priests and lay
First term opens first Monday in Sep
tember. Second term opens first Monday
in February. For prospectus address
Rev. F. A. Becker. Vancouver, W, T.
Box IPS. j
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
CHAS. PFEIFFER, PROPRIETOR.
Fitted up in first-class style. Tables
supplied with the beat in the market.
Nioe sleeping apartments, Sample rooms
for commercial travelers,
BaVFree Coach t and from the Hatel,!
J, A. WINTER,
A Photographer of experience, is in Browns
ville for the summer, and is prepared t
make photos in all sizes and styles.
mill at that place.