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The numbt of men employed on railways
in the Uni'ed States during the last year
was 784,285. being an increase of 34,984.
Over $37,000,000 hat been expended by
the Government since 1790 for the improve
ment of haibors, etc. , on the great lakes
Anew steamer has carried a cat go of
4500 tons for 36 days on a coal consumption
Of 13.4 Ions per day.
The A O U W and the Gavel, paper
published at Portland in the interest of A O
U W order have been consolidated and will
hereafter be published as one, under the
name of tne AO U W Reporter.
1 1 mnmm -mm,
Walter Besant has been making some
melancholy estimates of the number of au
thors who (ail, and he finds that out of 3500
who try 3160 are completely dished, 120 make
a very lut e money, 70 do pretty well, and
50 get a substantial income.
It ii laid that mail matter diopped in the
post office at Tarls, is delivered in Berlin in
an hour and a half, and sometimes within
35 minutes. The distance between the cities
Is 750 miles, and the mail is sent by pneu
Gentlem;n of the legislature, you have been
tlect id as democrats, republicans, or popu
lists, but your duty now Is to the whole peo
ple, and no politics should be injected into
mat ers not partisan in their nature. Bear
in mind you are holding office cf ttust.
See that the trust is faithfully executed.
No class of men can object to an executive
fficer demanding that they shall slmplyobeT
ihe law Hence when the marshal notifies
the keepers of saloons that they must observe
the Sundav law by keeping their places closed
on Sunday, there can be no sufficient objec
tion and every law abiding saloon keeper will
The eighth of January, Jacksun's day, affords
the Oregonitn editor an, opportunity to tit
(ike a ghoul on the verge of the grave of Jeff
erson and pole cat like to eject from his nar
row partisan mind Sis virtuperation and
venom upon the name and fame of that great
est of American patriots. There is nothing
that the editor of that paper can do with so
much relish as that of slandering dead dem
The moon, whether full or not, has not
the slightest effect either upon food, the
weather, or the mental condition of Insane
persons. The common belief of the influ
ence of the moon upon terrestrial affairs is
an interesting survival of an astrological
superstition. As far as the earth is con
cerned, the action of the full moon is
limited to the tides, lovers and poets.
The largest artificial stone in the world
forms the base of the Bartholdi Statue of
Liberty on Bedloe's Island. New York
Harbor. This immense stone was made from
broken trap rock, sand and American cement
Five hundred carloads of sand and over 20,
000 barre's of cement were used in its man
fscture. Contracting for medical services by the
treat is a new Idea of some Hartford socle
tics. Each memoes pays a sum averaging
$1.50 per year, Is examined to see that he
is n good health to begin with, and thence
forth his personal doctor's bill for the year
it paid. Some members do not call a
doctor all '.hrough the year. Others get
many timet the value of what they pay in
medical attendance. The doctors do not
like it, but the Idea seems to be a good
one. Better still is the Chine.e method of
paying the doctor only when in good health
People who have plenty o t clothes to
wear and a good roof to shelter them from
he storms that come will be terry to hear
that of I he entire human race 25o, 000,000
go entite y without clothe, that 700,000,
000 I've in huts qr caves, and that 250.000,
000 more have practically no shelter at all.
Many of these clothetlett and homeless
ones, however, live in warm climatet,
whe-e their corditi on is not aliogtther
Ji ge B ie, sptakii.g about ihp report
'bat he is in favor of the repeal of the
mortgage ax law denies the report, bu
savs he is in favoi of the repeal of the law
allotting eductions for indebtedness ex
Csri vx- he Indebtedness It a matter of
r d, and such Indebtedness, he thinks
th.u ' ! allowed. Thlt proposition wil
not BnStsf with inuzh favor as ir it too
palpable in i's discrimination. The propo
sition to allow no deductions at all on ac
count of inprbtedness is meeting with
much favor, and it is probable that it will
pass. At an open meeting of the Salem
grange t ie other ay speeches were made
by Hons Trios Paulsen, John Minto, Rep
resentative Lrtsaita of Clackamas snd
Others all favoring repeal.
At the recent international congress o
Phytiology at Liege, Prof Hermann dem
onstrated !-.is metbocfof photographing the
sound of the vowels. The vowels were
sung out liefore one of Bdisoo'i phono
graphs. Immediately afterwards they
were r-droku.-ed very tlowly, and the
vibrations rccordcl by n microphone. The
latter was furnished with a 11 i'or. which
reflected the light ol an electric light upon
a registering cylinder, covered with sensi
tized paper, and , protected by another
cylinder with a small opening which gave,
passage to the rays of light from a reflector.
Bv this means was obtained very distinct
photographic traces, and the constancy
wos remarkable for the different letters.
IdlUL'U Of CO.NTEST.
A reader of the Democrat wants to know
tbe ground o' the contest for member of leg
islature of Montana, upon the decision of
which depends the question whether thedetn
ocratatha!! have t United g'atet Senator
from that state. The lawtof thit state pro
vide that when fniiJulS'it voles are found to
he cast in anypreciact. and the canvassing
hoard are unable to determine jus, how
many lejal or how tntny fraulalent votes
have been itast, It shall oe llieir duty to throw
ihe arliolc precinct ou-. Tnlt wat done by
a canvassing board throwing jut Box Elder
precinct in one of the Cuuntiet in that state
because the judges of that precinct had per
mitted a la'ge number cf men to vote who
were not registered ani had permitted a num
ber of Indians to vote whose votes were
bought by one ot the Judges of that precinct.
The county canvatsing board that rejected
Ihe voU of llox E'der precinct was composed
of tso republlcani and lifts democrat, and
their action in jejecting this precinct elected
a lietno-.rat to tne legitlature, and it it lilt
rijh' to a s:at that Is no c-n'.etted. ft
wasiipon exactly a similar case that the re
publicans seemed two United States senators
Iro n that ttate two yetrt ago. Then the
republics j csiirt of that state hrldthattbe
throwing out of s .recinct on account of
fraudulent votes, the number of which could
not be de ermined, was valid and that gave
the republlcaut a majority in the legislature
and two senators. Now they want to reject
this very decision which they established
'.hen, but iliey wIM fail.
SHALL THERE BE TARIFF REFORM.
n the latter part of tie year 1891 the
populist uprising began in this state. Many
f the leaders of that movement in this
state were chary of the tariff question lie
cause they feared they would receive no
accessions from the republicans if they took
a stand in favor of tariff reduction, and
that they would receive none from the
democrats if they did not take such stand
in favor cf reduction. So, many of them
assumed tin position that there was but
little difference between republicans and
democrats on this question and that they
were, par excellence, the true tariff reform
ers of the day, albeit they never did, not
even in their national platform, tell the
public what the position of their party was
on that question. But they sought with
much energy (Ad zeal to make tho tariff
question one of minor importance in the
campaign, and to substitute free coinage,
subtreasury and some others as the leading
issues of the day. This was intended to
make it easy for democrats who had former
ly heen strong in their convictions that the
tariff should be materially reduced, to leave
the democratic party and unite with the
populists. Touching these false p remises.
and he allegation made by the repub
lican press that tho resent election of
Crisp as speaker of the house was to be
regarded as eviden oa of the fact that the
democrats were preparing to desert their
attitude on the tariff question the Pe mo-
cm in its weekly issue of December lUh
"But the Democrat would einect. and
hope for. the defeat of the party if it should
A 1 :i t :aa '..
iv. uaxsrri aui utxut views
This was no idle talk. The party would
have been defeated had it not taken tho
bold stand it did on the tariff question.
For making the above statement in De
cember 189i the Dkmockat was called
Beverley to task by one of its subscribers
(whom we had known many years as a
consistent democrat) for the Democrat' s
threat (as he called it,) to leave the party.
But alas! how varied are the mutations of
the human mind. In a month from that
dote this same democrat, with others, was
a full fledged populist and gave a'l his
time and talent in the effort to defeat the
democratic party and its nominees. But
we mention all these facts as merely pre
liminary to the main subject matter of
this article. "ShaI lArret: tori rturm?"
For democrats, this is a momentous, a vital
question If the party is pledged to any
one policy more emphatically than another
it is to redeem the solemn pledge of a
national reduction in tariff charges.
what are these pledges? In the national
convention at Chicago the party solemnly
"We declare it to be a fundamental
principle of the democratic party that the
federal government has no constitutional
power to impose and collect tariff duties
except for the purpose of revenue only and
we demand that the collection of such
taxes shall be limited to the necessities of
the government when honestly and econom
This language is plain and needs no hair
splitting to be able to understand it. The
people, on this pledge confided the control
of the whole law making power of the
government to the democrats, and if they
succeed in preventing the republicans from
wresting the senate from them, it will be
their duty, aye, it will be a party necessity
to redeem their pledges of tariff legislation.
If they do not the Democrat would expect
to see the party hurled from power in 1896.
And the legislation must be 00 the lines
indicated. A tariff for revenue parpjse
only. We feel confident that with such
men as Cleveland, Carlisle, Wilson. Palmer
the Breckinridges. McMillan and others in
the lead, the faith of the people in the
democratic part v. as expressed at the polls,
will be folly justified. The democratic
party must keep itself in dote touch with
the people if it hopes to remain in power.
The president lias extended by amendment
to the postal rale classification, the civil
service so as to include all free delivery offi
ces, of which there are understood to be 601.
Fifty three of these offices are at presn
'classified. Before the extension, the civil
service rales applied only to those postoffices
which bad at many as fifty employes; now
the service extends to all offices where car
riers re employed. This it done so as to
fix all republican employ et now holding these
positions to thsre will be no power to re
move them when the new administration
comes Into power. But Cleveland can very
easily suspend the operation of the order and
seenre the appointment of (-ersons whom he
deems fit to fill these placet snd then remove
WAS CI.ARKSOM A THAITOK ?
A dispatch from India aopolis says:
It is charged br Htrrison's friends here
that Biaine'i frieni't among the Republican
leaders secretly betrayed Harrison in the re
cent campaign in pursuance of an agreement
made in Minnea, ol s to do all that thev
could to defeat Harrison when he was nom
The story goes that Harry New, son of
Consul General New, visited New York at
tbe instance oftrs State Comroifee daring
the campaign to secure funds. He met
Clarkson, to whom he indicated the lines on
which Indiana might be carried for Harri
son Clarkson laughed at the statement and
Indicated clearly that he would not rare if
Harrison should lose Indiana. New then
appealed to Chairman Carter, who was more
courteous than Clarkson, but who seemed to
have little hope of carrying the State.
New wat deeply impressed with the belief
tnat tbe National Excutive Cammittee was
under the Influenueof Clarkson and that the
latter wat no' loyal to Harrison. He so In
formed the S -ate Committee upon his return.
Acting upon pointers which Clarkson had
inadvertently given Hanison,s managers
hegsn an inquiry that demonstrated to their
minds that a conspiracy had been formed
amang Blaine's friends to defeat Harrison.
Having satisfied themselves that -ertain In
dians, politicians weie in the corn-piracy the
inquiry wat extended to other States and
treason was found to be rite in Illinois,
Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and other Ststes,
and It wat ditcovercd that among the leaders
wereClarkson, Cullom and Fsrwel!, of Ill
inois. The result of the investigation was com
municated to Carter, who laid it before
Harrison- Carter was in favor of denounc
ing the conspiracy, but the president over
ruled him, saying that such a course would
do more harm than good. It was finally
determined to notify tbe fr ends of the
president to be on their guard and, without
letting the parties know that they were
suspected, to take from tbeni the direct
management of tbe campaign. This policy
was pursued durin? the remainder of tbe
A strong effort will be made to repeal the
mortgage law tax and.the indeb'einess clause
in the present law. The former law wi 1 no
be repealed, the latter mty. It should no
be lost sight of, that the present assessment
and taxation law U as good as human wisdorr.
could devise were It properly enforced. The
reason why It It not enforced is because
there is so large a class of tix payers who
aio las daidgsrt. If Sub.V te.iilsBeat stsva
tolidly unified in favor cf the enforcement of
the pretent law there would be little need of
anii'r. .Jinir It. Thon the fault is not in the
law, but In the manner of execution, and the 1
state of public sentiment is largely responti
hie for the lack of due execution.
Tbe eventful life of James G Bla'ne it
drawing to a close. At any moment he
may past away. Peace to bis ashei.
THE MONETARY CONFERENCE
In an interview with Hon J B McCreary
of Kentucky who has returned from the
International Monetary Conference lately
held at Brussels, he says:
I think the International Monetary
Conference, everything considered, was a
great success, said he. "twenty nations
were represented, a much larger number
than has ever assent Usd uerore to consult
on monetary questions. At the conference
111 18 7S only twelve nations were represent
ed, and at the conference of 1881 only
thirteen nations were represented when the
conference first assembled. a
The interest taken by the various na
tions is show n by the fact that when the
session was called to order every delegate
was in his seat. I have attended many
conventions on different subjects, but I
have never before seen all tho delegates
wtttHii at the tirst mflMUta In all there
were fifty-three delegates, six of them being
from America, the pouticm caiuitcier 01
the American delegates was four republi
cans and t wo democrats
"The sessions continued four weeks, we
met onlv everv other day. This was abso
lutely necessary, because the delegates spoke
different languages. The proceedings were
cransiaicHi 11110 r.uiziiMi auu rivmu. m uh
the day between meetings alt the delegates
could examine and understand what had
been done. French ws the official lan
guage of the conference, but the presiding
officer. Mr Montiflore, spoke both English
and French fluently, and rendered the
American delegation, the members of
which were not thoroughly conversant
with French, all tho assistance he could.
The business of the conference was con
ducted according to a program agreed upon
before tne conference opened.
"The importance of the conference was
shown by the admission of the delegates,
with scarcely en exception, that the mone
tary situation in the world gave serious
disquietude and perhaps threatened disaster
and that the world's monetary system
should be altered in the direction of a
greater use of silver.
"None of the m,:i ! plans offered was
adopted because ti.e were housrht not to
be proper or adequate retuedies for the ! rtegltter.
existing evils. The strongest gold mono
metallists, desirous as they were to accept j
some of tne 'palliatives,' so as to block the j Mr rag us of the weather bureau is on
way to international bimetallism, were : hand as usual. He it a stood fellow, a
-.aaall.a. I S.. liY,it thai tliaaas. fvall,atie.a' ' vrttor fn t it A (IraonnUn 1... ......a..,..
were mereiv makeshilts and could not be
relied on when seriously tried.
After a number of meelicgs and a free
interchange of opinions, the delegates
from twenty nations unanimously agreed,
on motion of the Italian minis er (ne of
tde ablest members of the confarence). that
the importance of the subjects considered
and the prospects of a favorable result made
it necessary to meet again in May 30, i893.
"There can be no doubt that toe free
use of silver as a coin metal at the ratio to
gold to be fixed by an agreement between
the great commercial nations of the world
would very greatly promote the prosperity
of the people of all the countries of the
world An arreement shoull be made, if
possible, looking toward international bi
metallism, so as w wcuisuairesincicu coin
age of gold and silver into money of full
debt naxing power at a axel ratio in
cainage common to all the agreeing powers. I
Most of the delegates expressed themselves
as in favor of the ratio of silver to gold of
154 to 1. That is the existing ratio in '
Europe. Personally 1 prefer the ratio of 16 '
to 1. which has been the ratio in the '.
' United States since UM.
"The work of the conference already per-
lormed cannot in any event rail to prove
j of great value, because it has placed before;
the world, famuiariung the people with
uw serious monetary situation now being
felt by many nations. While the nations
of Europe tbrouirh their deletrates seemed
! willing to admit that the monetary system
ituLut remeuyiRg. earn seemea 10 oe wan
ing for other and all watching earnestly,
if not waiting, for England's action I
believe that the discussion, examination
and organization already completed will be
of ereat benefit
w hen a'sed rontterning Mr Rothschild
proposition Congressman McCreary said:
' I appreciate very mucn tho attention
! .. Ka- II. L' Ki.-l 1 1 l rathaa U.i.aala A. I-
gallon, i tas .mwrtant buisnes, of tbe coo-
frietire. lie its crest financier
r. aad the
tact that be isan earnest advocate cf the gold
standard g ves to his ( reposition onasaal ira
bortsnce, and tllostratet tbe gravity of tbe
tnrrency crisis in Gteat Britain. I opposed
tne p.an be presented m the conference be
cause I couid not agree that it wat a just or
proper rente y lor the Ante net a Government
to coot in ie to parchaie silver but ion to the
extent of 54 000.000 ounces of silver annually,
at a price not exceed ing too cents oa the
dollar, oa the condition that European bow
ers mike yearly purchsses mourning 10
IT5,ooo,ooo to.' five years, tt the price not
exteeding 43 pence, or about 73 cents, per
oan e staoiiard, and it surer
above that p-dnt tH- purchase of silver by
nf ,,!.., k.
Great Briun to be suspended, f do not be-
lieve that the United S's.es ahowld be re-
quired to pay too cents to tne dollar while
European poweis Pa not exceeding 73Cc-,ts, j
and tbe punka of silver bv them to stop It :
silver should ilse above that price. Theob?
ieei f - ennfer.ne. i i- nr.i i g.
inepeiewhrch tWtd keep silver Wow i
par. hut to -large the use of ti ver and re- I rr l SbuW lode'- i 2 th L.J'"
-What effect .id he new administration T Gee stood no -bow this ttme lor lha oureI.
hae upon the presen- delegate, to tbe Most- jpeakehip ia Tn Ford ioahi him. w,w
U ?.i L?olre,loe- ... The reason that Ford antagonized him is ; WtinxoTox. Jaa 9. The treasury to-
tie. M MrMreTre -leh . .2,.r ' "W lo,hve iU two years day purchased .VT7.000 ounce, of riltS. at
n ...d Mr McCreary. with mile. , ago when Mr Ford iMBtd m b , ran frrjm K to ay.s-U. Qf
"The member of U.e resent delegation t mnnov tr. esrr. e.-, I,;. j. " Sco n,m i .L. !
were a. oointed t, Pre., teni Harrison, snd
to me 1
ould seem nu rtter of politi-
caleiqaettefor t go hen Mr
Cleveland btconie. f uttoaet. Then, if
there areanv members of the present dele
gation whom Mr Cleveland withes to reap
point, be ctn do so. While I cannot speak
(or the other members of tfe delegation, I
be'ieve they will consider It their duly to re
s'an. THE M'l'RFME I OIK I OK Tel 1.8 TATB4 AND
PKOVI.CEt OF .VOkTH AJtEKICA ,
Tbe first serial number of Vol, I, of thlt
foithcoming wtrk it announced, appearing as
a supplement to the Medico Legal Journal,
and embraces the tales of Tatxas and Kansaa-
The historical sketch of the former it by
ex-Judge A S Walker, of the Supreme Court
of Texas, with tbe approval of Chief Justice
Stayton. Hetides illustrations and tketchet
of the Judges of tne Supreme Court of Texat,
there are portraits and sketches ot the Judges
of the court of appeals. The historical sketch
bf Kansas if from Ihe pin ol the Caief Justice
of the State, the Hon Albert H Horton.
It it divid i I into tin Tsiritorial aad -State
history, "ortraitt and tketchet of ths
pretent Seatft are given aa well a portrait and
sketch of .lea Thomas Ewiog, tho first Chief
Jjt-i j- n estate The historical sketch
of the Supreme Coart of Oeegon w written
early in thj pretent year by Judge 0 H Ca
rey, of Po t iivl. at tho request and uuderthe
super vision of Hon. ii S Slrshan, then Chief
Jattice of that Conrt, whose term of service
expired July 1. 1892, and who haa bjen tuo
ossdstt by Chief Justic! Hon. Wm. P Lord.
It treats of the early history of tha Territory
aad tbe later hirtiry of tbe State.
The illustrations embrace portraits of the
pretent bench, and of the earlier State an I
Territorial Jadicitry of that Court, and will
embrace tome of tb Judges 'A tb: Circuit
Court of Orejjon.
Among thesetre the retiring Chief Justice,
Hon. K S Strahan. Chief Justice Hon. Wro
P Loid, Associate Justice Hon. K lican,
and ex-Chief Justices and Associate Judges
Wiliismt. Waite, Prim, Boise. Strattoo, Kel
say, Sbattuck, Up on, Nelson, A J Tnayer,
McArthur, 'Jonham, Mother, Butneit, J F
Watton, E It Wat ton, WW Thayer, and
teveral of lbs pretent and ex-Judget of the
Circuit of Oregon.
The price of the first complete volume will
be 95. and it cm be tent in serial numbers
tt issued, if the subscriber desires The
bar and judiciary Interetted in this work
wishing to subscribe will address the Medico
Legal Journal, No. 57 Broadway, of which
the series can he obtained as issued and the
volu..es 31 OutSaJ. .ted . S.-riet No. 2 aill be
ready for delivery by January 1, 1893,
Chairman Harrity says the legislatures of
California, Montana and Wyoming
I elect democratic senators. New York and
1 liede live, added to the d'd democratic
........I,.... nlaaa,l., .arilla I,,. . ' '
neiiuiuia ii.'icsuj' w '.un . wiui un: nvc pxcea
dent will give a bare majority of one over
he republicans and populists.
Senator Cogswell proposet to disband
the Oregon National Guard and enlltt the
candidates tor railroad commissioner In
stead. He thinks thev would lorm a
larger contingent, Journal.
The attention of Salem papers is culled
to the following from a Portland papei :
Most of the Oregon tolont, finding Port
land s rollcklng, happy town In whirl) to
spend a day or two, have paid this city a
vittt before retiring to the quiet of the
capital. They have a good time, ton,
A bill will be Introduced in the next
legislature asking that the name of Grartt
Patt be changed to Stanford Isn't that
some what of Js "come down." Grant to
Stanford. And yet Stanford ctd give
$10,000,000 to a grand university.
At a grange meeting in Salem In which
taxation wat the principal topic, the
Statesman savs: "Judge R P Boise said
national banks pfy taxes only on their
capital stock, and when person are
desirous of escaping taxation all they need
te de would be to go to a national bank and
purchase non-taxable bonds, or they
would hot row an amount sufficient to
cover their property and the money would
lay In the bank.
Latt August at the circuit cuuit in
Douglas county a woman was granted a
divorce from "her husband. The parties
were residents of this county for tome
time snd the womsn ttill resides here.
She it married again and now her hut
band hat made application for an appeal
to the clrcurt court. Under the taws of
Oregon a person cannot be man led for at
lestt six montht alter securing a divorce,
at that amount ot time Is given In which
. 1 ... .h.-. - - CI tj
to appeal to the supreme court. Should
tnlt case be appealed snd the supreme
court orders a new trial, and the woman
lost her cate, the would find hertelf with
, L0 husbanus on her ttandt. -Eugene
ment position, will take a clerkship, or
; anvtbing in sight in the office-holding
line with the greatest grace and humil-
ity- He is a floe spreimen of the office -
seeking class who pursue the science of
j poiitiea for all it is worth. Salem Jour
ua!. That is the fellow who runs the
! weather Ma: .
Henry Waterson, one -f the most!
famous jonrnalisti in the world, will de-
liver fifty lectures west ol Omaha. Is
Albany big enough to get him. The
Man A boat Town once heard hitu.on the
; "Humorous Side of -'out hern People,"
and would like to listen to him again -.
aterson is blind in one eye. and Istctures
; sort of sideways ; but he a fluet talk
I er, and there is not a dead sentence from
; beginning to end. Not a word of politics
Portland people are evidently doina. I
some tall lying about Judge Boise's pos j Seattle.. Jan 9. When County Ckk
ition oil the mortgage tax law. The i elect T W tiordon went to the courthouse
Salem Journal states posi'ivelv that : this roorninu to take his seat with the
Judgw Boise was interviewed, and' is .op-
posed to the repeal of the law aa a whole,
and yet the Portland Dispatch bold -
!y publishes the following, several days
latter: A gentleman who has just re
turned from Salem, and who had a con-
versation with Judge Boise, says that he
wiil use all his influence for its repeal.
I lie judge said on speaking to him : "The
law has not accomplished its purpose.
It has permitted hugs frauds- It is a
failure and must be repealed. It has
mads taxes a burden on tbe honest tas
payer, lax dodging has come to be a
general practice, especially among the
s wealthy land owners."
. . . ,,
A good story bat been allowed to lie
"found for a month without giving It to
K""":' ' c"ulclu"4 nuune
considers it too good to keep. It
that a eitiaten ol Kenftlplon haul
his fathsr SlOfl. tbins s ssls fne Iks
amount. Tbe father re-ided in New j Mshsiifiki.d. Or. Jaa 9 . t'oosi dentble
York state The aforesaid citixen sent , sxcitetment was occaiooel here this even
the note hack east to attorney, instruct-! ing; by the arrest of William Nehm. Nehm
ing them to sue his father and remit. In came up en the steamer Ksuily as a peasra
the meantime, the old gentleman died, , ger. and it is claimed persua4el tire sailors
leaving all his property 10 the citixen . 1 of the tteamer to leave her. Tbe Ktnilr
The attorneys said nothing, entered suit ; had a non-union, and it is said that Nehru
against the estate, ran up the charges represent tbe union men. Captain
and took the costs out of the residue of Roberts, of the Bmilv. has secured a par
the estate. Tb it amounted to tbe citixen 1 1 ml crw. Nebtyi wifl be tried tomorrow
suing himself, instructing the attorneys frenticinir the men to leave.
I a a !. -a a . 1. i
enter sun againsc nimseu, securing
juukucuv naiasiait nimseu lor uie oeot
f . costs aajainsttitTiseii ana paying to
""T". , no,eJ,m,,.n,V
can,be" .U" i?"! of brilliant financial
fni.D',r.n' let h,m Pk or rever af -
r hold hia peace.
.. . ... . ...
' 7Tt!VT L ,: .
, ronU rr..t. m,.. i. . t.:.
s ,j i . i fcneii tut iiitn eiectea DtswKer to lie
bill, but this Geer did not do. Itm.
that Mr Ford baa ta:d a man who will
not pay bis bills ia cot fit to be speaker "
W S (add 'a income was about $.500,000
a year tb last few years of his life, lie
gave away more than any man in Port
land. It is a fact not narrated by Port
land papers that I .add made some of his
first monev by running a saloon, lie and
another man bought a large consizn men.
of liquors that came around the Horn.
Snd I, S ll . rwaal !,,... ra tmn, it 1. ll
bany pioneer, now dead, lis told bo l,e
drank liquor at the place handed him by
Ladd behind the bar. That was in the
SO's, and was only a short period of the
millionaires life, a chapter blotted out by
his future life.
The dull season opens for tbe merchan
natural opportunities for starting in tbe
minds of the coming purchaser the de
sire to bny the goods he has for sale, that
he may nor, or later on, sail such goods.
It is more profitable to advertise before
sea eon than after season. Frequently
before season is worth more than during
season. The experience of careful and
conservative, yet progressive advertisers
proves to them, and to every one. that
continuous liberal advertising is as neces
sary to the proper maintenance of busi
ness as is any other department a bus
iness. The dul'. season is as important
as the flush season. Nathan C Fowler, 1 r
It was a deserved compliment when the
democratic members of the lower bouse of
the legitlature cast their .vote for Chat
Nickel of tbe Jacksonville 77mes for
faiker tiros, grocers.
P.M. French keeps railroad unit.
Buy your groorriit of Parker Bros
Kiae groceries at Conn & Hendriceon'a.
itaw orsam chfrete jmt received at Conrad
P J Smiley job printer, Flinn Block, doss
Irat clttt wnik.
Smoke the celebrated Havana tilled 5 oent
stgar at Julius Joseph's.
Dr .1 if Kdit, ohyiiatt'i and aurgoon
Albany, ')'9:n, ('alls alts ll city ' or
Oregoniao Euoyolopedia coupont taken
Coon u. i I eminent Hi's .
Remember Conn ft. Uendriuton take Ore
onian coupons on all cash tales.
Jargaint at Iliad's.
Hhiloh't Vital ix-r it what you need for
dypsptia, turpid liver, yellow tkin or kid
nev trouble. . It it guaranteed to give yon
tttblsotion. Price 75o. Slid by Fothay &
We have ths largest stock cf ltdies nn
derivttar ever thowu in town, oe inre snd
it e what W F Read can do far you before
placing your order.
Klein Brot tell no thoddy ttuff, but tell
toottaod thost mads of leather.
A Terrible Aeeldeat.
Denver, .Ian 11 An order reached
Denver late tonight for 27 coffins from
Como, Colorado, on the Denver South
Park division of the Union Pacific. A
wire was secured to the latter plac". and at
2 a m succeeded in getting particulars of
one of the most serious mining accidents
that ever occurred in the state. The Union
Pacific owns and operates coal mines at
King Cole, four milef from C!omo, where
200 miners are employed. Yosterday after
noon a premature explosion occurred in
one of the chambers where 28 miners were
at work. A terrific explosion immediately j
occurred, or. as the miners call it, a 'dust I
explosion. The shock killed 27 men, only
one escaping, he being near the entrance.
A Big Cenliart
Tacosia, Was", Jan 10. The largest
logging contract ever let in Washington
was signed here this afternoon between the
Tacoma Mill Company. Allen C Mason,
for tho Shelton a Southwestern Railroad
Company, and Frank K Williamson. The
latter is to cut and the railroad is to haul
200000,000 feet of fir timber off the mill
company's tiiube.-lands in Mason county,
W ashington. It will require five years to
execute ttie contract, t he weight on the
contract will amount to $250,000.
Tin Hrt'.fortl flUr fclrellon
Medpori), Or, Jan 10. The town elec
tion passed off very quietly today, there
being only 24? votes cast. The following
officers were elected: W 1 Vawter, mayor;
J R Wilson, I) II Miller, F M Plymale. K
W htarr trustees; J H Paris, recorder; U H
Haski-, treasurer, and T W Johnson,
Hi. m m.. Wash. Jan 10. This morning
aoout 10 o clock, a young Scotchman
named Richmond accidentally killed him
t 1 1 ... , . n ...
sen wuo a snotgnn. tie was aoout to
lai nch a rowboat to go duck hunting and
carelessly tossed his shotgun into t.ie boat,
when it was discharged, the charge taking
effect in his bowsls. Me was single, aged
about 30, and had no re'atives in this
country so far as known.
Maiuiikikij, Or. Jan 10. The case of
William Nehm, a member of the Coast
I w,lh e.nt,K;"1f sllo, ". h? tmlly.
WM i0 Jur" Justice Jennings
! court thl" afternoon. A vigorous attempt
! w.a m?e ,0 ewct Nehru, but the jury
i ''OsTout a few minutes, returned a
verd,el ofnot 8y
Tsa Sksss the Mblex,
Astoria. Jaa 9. Twenty saloon keeper
of tbi town received a surprise? today b
j "'P.1 of P?"
"f0 KP,re t,?"Pan,r- ,c 0 M,"
Uvm P id the bill, which amounted to
o- .Jo apiece, snd discovered that the con-1
tents ot the parcels were family bibles, i
. This evening they got together anti decided j
i that the perpetrator of the trick could only i
I be one man who went from here to Port j
1 land yesterday. So a deputy sheriff was !
sent upon the Harvest gueen this evening.
He win arrest tne author of the affair, it it
can l done under the state laws .
la tMilaale rtetki
1 other newly-elected officer, he found the 1
retiring cierk. W B Spencer, refusing to !
! retire Spencer had locked the door lead-:
ing to all pans of tne office, save that ued
I by the public, and had channel the combi- .
', nation of the safe. He claims that the law '
i under which be was elected does los pro- j
! vide for any time of retirement, snd be!
claims he can bold on until tbe letiature
passei a law fixing tbe tenure of office.
Sales Ike Mast rnsr.
La ligsAXDE, Or. Jan 9. Suit is about
to be la-ought against the Union Pacific
j caused by the Srx ai
to recorar damages
at tbe Racers Wall isms
warencuie. tsw tn:- m! M tut, ritv. tw ,
weeks mgo. bv Ragrn Wi !umi for tiO0J
, and Palmer A- WelU lr 4 100. It it claimed
! that the tire was canted by sparks from
engine a men bad ratted but a short i
I Alt the tt
rsti BUlliag Shee
1 tiAHi;ctHBtiu. ivy. Jaa .-in the:
: Wnu ol Measrs It. V Mcraindgc ad
Thomas Alexander, two miles from here.
, are ten of thousands of crows. There are
1 to man x together that they ae starving
Tbey killed a largv hcTf and rareonusly de
I voaTed the ftesh. isfn are now dropDtntT
tor me mnnirr i.iss.i fisimina,
Sai.em. Jan 8. Tonight's overland train '
from Portland brouarht in most of tbe
Mu tnoman delegation, and Wilamette
hotel, which, as usual, it made the politi- '
cat headquarters for tbe session. Kverv
tbing is given over to tbe campaign of tbe j
candidates for tbe presidency of the senate.
and tbe speakership of tbe bouse. Senator
f. W Fnlton. of Astoria has dsei!,-inaal
contiderable strength the past few day
and hit friends tonight are claiming at
cerlain for him. at least tw. votes fontierly
thought solid for Hirscb. The speakership
rlglit is much harder to estimate. L?inc
i 'nought solid for Htrsch.
concerned with larger numbers and more :
complex in its -at nation. A week ago the i
gteneral verdict was Unit Keady of Muitno-1
mah would have a walkoverr But tieer of
Marion who was speaker of the last house,
has been making an energetic canvass and
claims tonight he has enoutrh rotes to
nominate. . j
Wasiiis;-,tos. Jan 8. The news that
James i lllainc had once more passed into
the vaMey of the shadow of death, and that
even those moat sanguine in anticipation,
now hold no hope of his recovery, became
known in Washington early this morning.
Notwithstanding the hopeful views which
the family and attending physicians had.
by direction from time to time, given out
for publication, no expectation of lilnine's
ultiuia-e recovery was entertained bv any
one in position to acquire a knowledge of
tbe real facts in his case.
Mines ( Used Us n il
Denver, Colo, Jan 7. The closing down
of the Hico Aspen consolidated group of
mines, Kico, has caused a sensation in
mining and financial circles. Prominent
mining men all uprree that the step is tbe
result of the depreciation of silver and the
hi-rh wages paid to miners. It is under
stood that the principal operators have
practically agreed to close their mines until
silver advances. In case ibis action is
taken, thousands of men will lie deprived
of a chance to earn a living, and Colorado
will enter her first serious state of financial
Lett rVashlaataa ' Will
Washington, Jan 8 Last nignt burg
lars entered the county clerk's office at
Fairfax courthouse an i blew open the safe,
leaving its content, consisting of records,
strewn all over the floor anil partially burn
ed. Tbe will of Ceorge Washington, tbe
father of his country, was deposited in the
safe, but the depredators evidently were
not aware of tho fact, for the document was
found undisturbed when the clerk came to
Amii.and. Wis. .Ian 6. The most terri-
afic snow storm of the season has been
raging for the past ten hours, and as yet is
showing no signs of abatement. Ali trains
are blockaded by the snow. Ashland's
streets are almost impassible on account of
the blinding storm. Charles Stack was
atally frozen and amputation of his bands
To ali) Digtetlnn take one .Small DUc Bcua
liter cetluK. tbe. per buttle.
A large stock ot pruning shears nd prati
ng hdOst', tbe best made, just received at
Stewart be Sox's, Now ia the tisie to uts
Washington. Jan il a
tmn JButler, lawyer, statesman, politician
nd nfrmonaire manufacturer, died at bis
ashington residence, 220 New Jersey
enue, Southeast, at 1 :3d this (Wednes
y) morning. Tho general had been in
Bci ymuca of the time this winter
tching a case in which ho was interested
tithe supreme court. Finally, a few weeks
o, he case wus decided against him.
hotuer cr not the loss of this case, to
hich he had paid such close attention,
reught anything more than the casual
treat will never bo known. His death
reuted an immense surprise, as it was no
ven known he wus ailing.
The s.iar ale
Washington. Jan 8 KmrMKntoi;
Hermann bat submitted to the postmaster
general several petitions. Among others
the department is also considering with
favorable view a petition Mr Hermann has
presented from hit ctnutituents in Marion
county, which is the establishment' of
new star route mail service from Green
Basin to Iietroit.
8clal lu ItSMocaaT.
SaLkm. Or , Jan o h The Senate met
at two o'clock this afternoon. Hon C W
Fulton, of AsU.ru. was elected prtsldent;
O P Miller, clerk; Coolidgc, of Sllverton,
asilstant. J F l 'epics was circled tnes
tengr to electoral college. Vote, 3 for
Harrison,! for Weaver. House in caucus.
Mr. Harvey Seed
Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa
ralysis of the Throat
"I Thank God and Hood' Sarta
parilla for Perfect Health."
"Centlemea: For the benefit of s tittering hu
maolty I wtsh to state a few facts: For several
rears I have suffered from catarrh and heart
fall ore. getting to bad I could not work sod
Could Scarcely Waist
I had a very bad spell of paralysis of the throat
some tune ago. My throat seemed closed and
I aU sttw twslUw. The doctors said It
was ranted by heart Utlure. and gars saedttsns,
which I took according to dlieenons. but It did
not teem to do me anv eood. Mv trite uneed
Hood's Harsanantu. telling aw et Sr.
. South, who bad been
At Death s Door
but was entirely cured by Hood's Sarnpartaa,
After talking with Mr. Smith, I concluded to
try Hood's Barsapartlla- When I had taken
two bottles I felt very moeh better. I hare
eon tinned taking it. and am now feeling excel
lent. 1 thank Uod, and
sad my wife tor my restoranon to art-fees
etslstt." Haxvky Baas. UecynUe. O
ROOD S nut de swt pStiTtwim m gjrtp.
tsst set pnmfttf.tm tCy tst tSlrlstl y. Be.
45 sold in "81
2,288 sold in tjS
6,268 sold In 'OO
20,049 8cSd In 91
A Stc I .VSno.-ntri .-.rrl StastS
Toss i! every 3 mtr.utstw
cj sttaae tsguree tas) tne
a tsst cf V- ntsi a'is"li
one sums ostsera seetvw.
arwl sea ''Tarisa tt Cemrre.
T sets. . tt ' ar sssa a nsvst s& cf
;.: o ..rsle is ss. -nil mm
svr.-usk tawSatsesss ss esse
'esnjle .? , i;ism;,.
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S-a.- - -.Sui a S4. ;sSV
aasssseefSsvsisks.jLes r Ate
moto Ca. uiaru ressttsax.
east sra... n sssst many t-.re.es mm
mtsny tsimtmats as oa otttar
makers eximtssneel? r "
rwo K .-'X-.m !aal .Hi,
I . - test- VaM RSTMaU -4
ssxsajeseae b ssss 3 e v
s" is.i f mat i I
ss4ssgs1ms ae less rsssr 3
tttsa it .--' tennataon g o
! 1 s2 ! as.. - --- 7 1
It has been ctoeta.
taw S ast asilasiami m mmm Sates tea ssi. ssvl S C
Se..i. sesames tsfns. sSassVsssaWeTtl w r C 1
T" "II H I I III I II i nu tu . i t 2 s
s a, i mis its most pesttttrt irtiiisat lajt
sci a . .tsts a. ai ssss sssts ss entutastis ra- 5 I
stssavn of M Aermctor rtna Tcsraes. E
llmsss.ansr m-. tsuritrtxetl T ri-tjs JJ 9
eteee. svtsS. est SasV seen sssw. tss sss.- . '
MtT tOtsssK. ffnaat taV HSaMstasf ttMtstsVffsnV MssSMtf tatastssttV, 2? se
etsane eeacr i hi uSmTm-mrnmSTrnTmrmiim- g j
V W CR.4.WFORD, Agent,
" . tsVSSst Coneh Cnrs ft
tvs .. i-rt'.-t t.i .'tjr l.i.inry of tsisjcstiUaa.
t . .reao;icr!.-ii.tOiellitotiapos-.
Mat tSx. cttwr cure can
-;-.-- . t aj- Tbst It may become
Vo.i-. .in lYjprietore. at sn enormous ex-
1 . . ra piscltig a ftempte Settle Kreo Icie
y ! jai? la the Cni'.e.l 8laie sr.U Caaads.
'..' " 1 r i-.- a Ooas"!!. re Throat, or Brn
'ii'i .1st :;. for it will curt? j-on. If voor
I tus tVcCojiio. or tCboopbir Ccah. use
State 1 .-. tu t relief i sure. If yea dread
i.a Ktitatta disaaao tonnutnr-tlon, nse It.
A'k y. -.r Dntcajl't f.V .StllLOH'S CTHE,
rVtaelt)c:..aeis. ai.iiJI.tO. Ifroer Least
are sore ce Ba'S t.imj. r.w ttH.t -;rs roroat
riastr. Price ii els. ". talc ty all t 1 -j s-e-ista
ISOM & UNNINC, PROPRIETORS.
aw seoots, rLOCK sitcriok roa ratan tt
tiro bak sits nss.
OR SANBEM B
will fare Wlthoat lle.t l.lae airw.tksM. rMQliiaa rrem
.rr.s.U.R of krsla. narr. rrew,.aesei or le 1lif r.rios
sa .ets.l .iha.aU.s, drslsi. U'.ms. n.rtoii. d.bllltr .i.a-p!
Isie.... Isnsu.r, rh.umalltai. attasr. llr.r sea Sistdrr
sll oth.r.iiislrs. rurrrat thai U laslssllr tall h. it.
r or SWT.rf.lt SS.SOS, set silt ssrs sll ,',r il..a...
Itl ISSSBIISB Sits, sll Alt, r.ra.rfl.. t- -J -. .
lisaorssssr. TSsusssa. ssm ssss ssssa k.
. ' . " " " -m ' ' ISIISBDI.I, ,S , . II MBS Ofrj SIB.r IStS
Sarsss.rrBl ISrKSVKB SI It I IIU SI sr.SHt. ll,,
Silc.l boon ..or offsret ml B.S.SRU WITH SLL ailTS
Its ..a l(roui .iresrs lit tSatTtSSlatStoSO ll.ra
i l.r llliralrstsd Isiapkl.u, mSUil, stslrt, rest. Saldrua'
mAXSX3iavm; BHiaOTRIO 00.,
No. 178 First St.. PORTLAND. ORE.
W -VHU K st l).,litHKK
Or ALBANY, ORROOM,
TRANSAtrrstreiiersI lUnkinr business.
DRAW SlUHT DsssVITB On Ne
fsw York, San Fr
sco and Portlsiid, Oreirsn
LOAN MONEY 00 approved security .
HKCK1YK itirtswlu aubjecl to check .
COLLECTIONS made on tarorsble .tenna.
INTKREST.psld on time deposits.
fS si B m r art t aa
Sm,lS flUiill .--
I essseg 11 ntt ii mtm
ssstfs LS m m
mhi sst t s slatsssa t
m ii ' ' T"f!fsfrT .
sssi, sta.i S5t
V StttS9tatflaVe; '
I ef sjtsea. tee test teas, i tti. eeeisssw
I esrrlsii. ss iietwaiia sf swtsisssstssa
vts.1. sssS s, ss.if s. i Sis sees, ss K
ssl. skill rnss edBaSM sas
lesm. SsstsS st sss niij is us si ess
tatatttsssssstBBsstmtse fstssSsr is tm mm mmm m
.rMsl.essssttaSsrsls...isSss.slsa 8 '
asae, tt areas sf s v rssrs. .Iirnnii W it- g t
essii. est s ss r s uSsi snet. n i aistaa laSastsas 7 2
mmmm. as Ie its ssssttst ast. ass sssst sttse asm ss- 1?
was. isssas as srss imymmm esisltMi. Thsse 3 .
tweetiiaatsarss uiovedttsat tws note mtm
tfss csest eHmt aHaals eKssVS ess atnuesassS 2 -
i , tr
READY MADE SUIT OF
00 : to
F. L. DUiVfOJSTT,
"Ie Clothier and Merchant Tailor,"
On Lyon Stiee , ne Flrtt.
See what a bargain ou can get there for
your cash money.
Abo suits made to order, cleaning, dve
'eg and repaying
F. I.. DuMONT, -
Albany, Or. j
9 & O
GO OB NEWS
f or tho millions of canstimtrs cf m
It airw Ir. Tutl tdemsiir to an- dfe
nou,f tlttt.l is riot fiuttinz ta WS
TIMY LIVES PILL
wjitsh is f,ti .'.ijig'.r trriall :.'.t. ,
1 ruMlnlriCHtl Cba trirtunaoTUwi 9
- ' i..-r ass. tns.riai!i d iurty
vr-.tnb!.. Ito'.t. ljr or these ,ll. dh
w re still ItttuMl. Ttie eittt lint of"'
TUTT'S TOY LIVER PILLS A
lulias nla tl i: dor 4rtliU "astl."
f o e a e
LMHY OOLLEBlAfg IHSflTUfl
Iras Versa Opened Heptewilter SO:
A i I norpi of Instructors,
CUBICAL, SCIEKTIFIC, LITERARY'
COMMERCIAL ANO NORMAL
Course of "tUdy arranged u, mststtt
all tcrs4eeof students
VsVefsr ttuiueememU eftrrJ to Undent t
wrtr. rcaear cssit t
TRY A t PAIR
I Those Iruiliu PdMe Sjrtr iufa,
For aie b, F. M. rREXCH, the Jewel
H K IV
COL NIX- At lbs stere efS E T
B. purwe. containing miner.
'-'' -ti .aundrr fer sx!e. nnaei.s 1.
wash department fSO per day; tor 2
band, located ia Central AlbenT.cn 2nd
and Ma:iUomrrsrat. T wi.h" -
' gagw in ruber business Win mil ctieen
J I'tMI TH, Proprietor,
TttV WOOD, seveia' kinds, for sale
inqoirw or f vr -p.nka, at foot of
. -a , .
street, or of A B Merrls. Third
I K of P b..Ue Return
l Uls office and reci.re reward.
LO-rr.lr.Alisi5j-, ons fsms'e. Sov.efc
Coelie yellew sLeierd dud. six
in its old. Act
nlneniarioe will ee
ret notably rewarded
: D MILLKR.
FOR SAI.K ( SK AP read cart end
single, bt- sss. he.. h cesr. fsiloe
U F Ktuttell
iy school supetlttso-
V i l It K I hs-rebr give ncsice (hat i
at neve K-ugh: ut tbe wash bouse of
am Lee and -1! sartise must look to him
tor their pay as I wi 1 not tat responsible
for hts debtae SING LEE.
-ffse ,alrof health v
n Chinesaa nhissassn s
fall or ad I'Rea Mrs J tl Turpin. Jeffer I
ANTED. To rew i
U9S llettvUr. Cat
- : . -? ' I atsatstssaM'MM
r3aKt &Lf . t VV ITT t II t Hal.N i. IX
WRITSMAH & HULBgRT BROS.
Hea! Estate AgenU
.-arms and KsBchea for sale
Also city brneert
. a McFarland.
Harness -and -Saddler;
Display j" in the Ooot
iLBANY . OREGCis
HAS. I'Ki'lKFKK i'R0hU-:rt
A BIG STOCK
kest assrrtmcut ever brought
just received at
1m Ihe RaaLgies and Get Vrm
ANDERSON & ANMRSON i
Upp.iaito St Oiiartaa Hotel
Bed ototalng and laie curtains
State!, wor a specialty-.
Branch office at Moses barber sbop
aundrv cose'1 1 veuings st T'30 o'elo k
Architect isnti Contractor.
l.MVj orlin witu Ualbar: Bro i,,
f eTrsiT A
lsSl'ssSlv I - TUB FOKm It t tht t:nl1l Utn traf Tat Sim. f ft V W I
) H by J rpax FCR0M ecntitss articles about wbat mi a Y JnLjm
SBSSnrfl are now doing; in the world. 4 W&ssJh ,
WCF U The problenu sad tie tatks of your own lift aid ytj' fw i
J (ksftsww I taorght, aad of our own country, and of oar own I s I
f w.E.ftusstaj. I titse; the sdaestioc of yosr chilorsn; the lattst rs- " r r mmm 1 f
, l .oluof rssosrch in y our especisisUdy-, tasgrast , W
sCn J books of the ptriod; asreallssdsri; the tarfsatsss- StSW
Si ateats-srs thste not the atost iBttrtstl otj sttaiiseUI IC IT Jn X
lssaS&. I Tnt secret of THn aPo&tre s bld on ite readers Is f
fiJtTaW M that Its writers tasks ft helpful te U who think. 1 s Wj
mWkmmf IUrssdmitlutd-miiaantpsrt of every pr jV JJBt
NUaB fession, craft, and class :hoe who are tuccesdkg MlTlv)
rSPif bseaots they aavo a eerrset ntsasareof theintsllss- . "JRjrj' i
jpgr0 H taal forces and cf th larger activities of Atserfaaa '- fJ
1? Ftswsss 1 lilt, tie best-informed, and the most sjaWtioos.
V Hssww 1 IU writers are tlseleadirrt of themsjotsjad of as- " M ,
I UtraeveaTwhereaBdinallldn&oflmpeftaatwort ,
Ask tas best ittforsasd man ia your (wrauntm-ty . . I j
atSafPN J what he thinks of Tnx Tosxru. or tend to as for . sasmBk I
SmmT I the writtsa opinions of some of tb leading sten U & j wm I
VWBff I year Kate, aad in all other States. 1 fSm
frf tl TnPOKW: ftlffj5ar,as-Ttri t5tym. JmfJk
jrCS. 'f '!nJl:In: et !'" i.
J W. H. Mauncs 4fc ytft ffgiS F- ttssn Oumrom
I LaaA flt.; MWP W. Otwrrr Hvae g
or8ro Jstlalis aad First HU.
iliUl gVLYCR, PROPRIEiOR,
Cssard rra. ta.
Catats 1 -
Ir. Isss rtujO. Uai Ls kept la s
mitxf sad ssissi stars. Hijrl
AJ.L KINDS OF PRODTJ
I Ti., e t
I UP ,v. K
Bradaf he sad Liver Cire
t tt a I
IsIIVwTaTi i sriti
. u x i iv. rtutr
If taken as direnicd. we Gnarantee Sstl
faction or refund your money.
DON'T SICKEN. D0NT, GRIPE.
$o cents per bottle, by
I Itl MMIXGS.
Poultry, Hides and Fuis.
Highest cash price paid tor turkers.
geese, ducks and chtcker.t. at jftsce of L
Jacebs, btraney e Moort i o'A stable, sthl
Alto hides and furs of ali kinds bought
- - i i as s ssr si
rva U for Joan B. Aldea's ptzclicatto.:
: tea we ar:: a o-.ler"a -r
T ones rs
OtTEX TtlXT THE ITt.
fcjr the OeeMT Caert cf
estj- s-4ail execteor
Lirta eotaatv. Otasne.
oe tmm Bees sw sea
at sutui rsjjea. sate
t umm ttesea
i . ' -" - m a.iwv. issa mi i t usvvSaUettttat
aa rawoike frost tkae ds. ssrs-ss
! Tkts ihs 13th ear of Jseaanr. ISSt
I HAJIOS SUELTOtT.
; aa tt iiiviti.
Ataonters tor Esecclsr
VOTtCE IS REREBT OIVIW THAT THtt ITf
J.1 sVtstsasal vss-nt. ' ti - ill i.S lite Mf
Ja W Wiaie, . ,-esse.l.lss. Steal her 9nal so
i )t- HujlotiU tvvvvcr.t usti for
taat e llUl ia. oi IV-eaiVr. 1W.
I'KLt lLLA WIGLE.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
OTtCE IS HEREBY GITB.V THAT THE ITt
ilel ia Hint .ilatlatemi 1 1st ta sststs nt
1 V C Hosrsrd, iteieassd. has SJesl hit final tea-start is
tarn oases at tat twaitty essttt of UBn eranly, tit-aerie,
aad tsst the eiMisty coart of said Una estsstr. las
nana tm th day ef Fesrasry. ISSS, t ths
Is.ur ef 1 o-ckxt in the aRxvaoa sf saiS See, s tbe
..me, sjvai tae cmirt rvv-sa of ttaS eoaaty coart a tlx
cts- roe Iwearlne.-eeikvoa il say to sthl tasal so
eooat tad the Mttlsaaaat of said estate,
tatted DecetuSer tsth. 1SS.
W R BILTEC, Adtaioiatr-ator
thfCircmU Court oftht State ot Ca .
Lium CeaMt y.
NOTiCE IS HEREBY GI. KN THAT
by vlrttietif an sacatinn and onlsr
or sale dniv isausd oat of tbs abovti
naniad court in tbe above sntitltxf action
to me durecte-d and delivered. I will on
Salarday. the 4th tasy of Frbraary. ts-sx
1 at in? irnoi iiooroftns ttan aw eta. te
i tbs city of Aitstny . I inn ionaty. Oresoit,
1 at tbe hnir of 00a o'o oca p ox orsam dar.
j ssll at pubita auctloi for ch in band to
i the hinh-wt bldur. all the riirht. till and
interest of the above named tletemiant
n and to thi. rssl propertT in said execu
tor! and order of sale described as follows
towit: The donation land cl.ai.n or Utven
Bear, it tcing tictincatton o --'I t and
claim No 41 iutpl3, R 4 west, and
claim No 48 ia tp IS, S R 4 west, conUln
ing 644 acres In Unti county. Oregon,
loss 41 sores heretofore sold therefrom.
The proceeds ass sing from tbe sale of said
rial property to be applied first, to the
i whs of and "upon stid exetutlon, and tbe
.. .sis and disbursement: of tbe above
entitled action taxed at fti9 80; second, to
tbe payment of the plaint'fl'a claims aa
loilosrs: Tbe sum of $115 to with interest
thereon at tbe rate or tan per cent per
annum from the 29th day of October,
!8tS, snd tie farther sum of $19.1)0 w'th
Interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent
per annual from the 29th day cf Octoter
Dated this 2nd day ot January, 188S,
Sheriff uf Linn ootinty, Oregon
WANTED. Energetic man of fair
business ability aad good charae.
isr to enter business with view of ad
vancing, salary geod. Address a. B ear
of Kvrutiitii Dhmoobat.
Mg kL imo
ft : and Z WaV.t j&c&Sf Ui I
Beat Is 1 1. is us i il is, IS, I a. .
Motioe is hereby sriven that the
nerahlp heretofore existing betwee
Baksr and Wm Kmsrtek r..,ias bnti
as butchers at Albany. Oregon U
at .ST inlaal Saw Sinin.!
Baker will rollsct ll blite doe sttsd
snd psv all us b: lines, 'in basin
will be continued at tbe wU stand
M Hurkkert Win Oautri-U. urwier
name of 'Ihe Aihct,y irrssavl
T C Eaut.
G M BrssHAKT
i rnzt, Pai nts. Oil
ALBAKY. -:- ORECOH
ir : roc .- t.avsT : a
WAGON, HACK. 3U36Y CART
PLOW, HARRQWsORIL SEED
ER, FEED CUTTER,
or any kind of a Farm Imn.cmea: or Vt
hktle, call on or address.
B. F. RAMP,
Opposite Post Offce,
a taV CarreaY Comrt of
ft Lktm emmtr.
!Jmt State ef Ortgrnm,
m C DtVs aad Geo C Otxa,
psitcetw d ing boainses under
tbe fjr.n name and style of
Davis Bros. F.alrtiS.
Petir R Bear, Dtfeadact
V-OTICE IS HEREBY ti VKK THAT
bv virtue of an execution and order
of sat's da!y issued out ot ihe above
nsmsd coart. tn ih above en ti tied acttsa
to tne directed aad delivered, 1 will on
Salateas, taw Ala star ef Frssrearjr. isss
a tte city of Albany, Linn counj. Ore -
aeon rtutenoar of oaeoetoca p m of
aid dav. sen a: public auction fireaab
in hand to the hit. beet bi jier. all tne
right, title aad interest of the shore
nsirtxf fsessiiftiit In and to tbe res)
property tn said execution and order of
sale described as follows tow it; Tie do
nation land c'aitn of Owen Beer, it taring
notification Mo SStO and claim No 41 tt
tp 12. S B 4 st ml. end elaitn So 48 in tp
iiiiil is tst. oosatalninc OMW
Linn cctT-, tatreta-r.
t' tore sold taeeetrot!-, Tbe
arisiue from the a1 1 , f said real property
to be applied firs;, to the payment or the
costs of and a port said exeeutie and tbe
original costs of tew ttetttva taxed at
169 65. and i hereafter to the pavntent ef
piaint ffs claim amount ta to the sum of
fSiiSS with interest til rsvin tt the rate
o: eight per cent per autism from the
29th Jay of October IS.
Dates this Snd day of January. 18$C.
C C JACKBON,
Saeriff of Linn countv, Oregoo.
aT0TtCK IS HEREBY CITEN THAT TBBCS-i-T
i-itj t 1 --' Irnrita ifrlin
i j ars ot taaaa aistrnty Jm aasstas astaatsj
at Henry lioss. at et Lisa
astas are bsrrebv reqaai-W to fiiaial thess Satt
renSed ss by saw iMaired at taw taw atBce of
Vontaatye st Harttasa.n. at Albaay, tecea,
suhm m aTKvuh, trass ihe da-e bertT
Osteal that tea day c4 Jaaaszr.iesa.
AttJ for Aafasin.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
OTICE 1S BERKBT GIVKX THAT THE CX
.hss this .1st boeo dniy arfsuated ad.
is" the estate of John a! Stanit-. Late mi
haTtatr etaitae atraiosa assi ostale are rsajuireal
raaaa rroierts IWSM, so IB BSsSSfsettit aa
the .- of
rttthtHtli t fkajcl-eialaii!.
Atbanr. Linn eoaatr, treo a. aithin six tsveths
Pated this h dav af Pavembor. ISSS.
V-onoK IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE CN
ll derasTTMd bars been oalr eawointed h. n
evunvv aurtol Lion avtaiilv,tna!sattaiiBisarst.ars ..
the estate ot Caroline L Jut bars daceasud. AU par-so-ashs'ittr
claims frames asial estate are herebr
re,(mrjd to pi-sseel the eaat. whaa rta. aooathi
fn-iu the abate ' breal rs-operty TattBSd, to the an.
utniped at Albany, Or.
Dated She Sth lay of Pec, li '
F O Kf R. H A KTaad
Waaiherfaird et Chamber! am, c at ISURKHABT
MUSIC HATH CHARMS.
You can truly tar, there is ,-i . 1
home, happy home, If you psses, ma
tnoseeiegant and tweet to i.J aitvot
Mrs 11 v mans, ntt First a -.. p s.
long evenings it u thet. n; t eri
300 Reward I
ti pay theshoTs reward fee any ease or ; 1
I . t.ipepsaa. Sack ttsadactw. I wtlajeatioa. 1 1 -i
r i. .ti seneas s. esnm a cure wila
o i !TerIllle,whaa the airtetlaaia!'...-
Jr are purely Vtetsbie,a--v .
. Mtiafaetloa. Sut. Ousted IssCS-a --.
-a. ts eeata. Saw .re ot eeaatr
a, TS l!"asI insautseasrsd muj
"a r STTtStT CXatU'AllY t" aiCAUO. IL.
Strased (ram mv nlss. assay Taeirla
three head of lour or Ave year old cattle,
dehorned, aad breaded with letter P 00
hip. They wete breiiath. from if Fa naH
farm near Reck Hill. Reward to any
one who will let me know ot their where
abouts Ia. SENDERS,