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There la nothing startling In the an
nonnr-emi-nt that Mr Cleveland's Adminis
tration Is to be businesslike Administration.
The people understood this when they voted
the Democratic ticket.
Wm V Allen, populist was elected senator
from Nebraska jestertlay. The democrats
who we.c stronger than the populists all
voted for ' im, thus paying the debt that de
mo ra s of Kansas owe the populists of that
The Sibbath day's journey of the Jews
was moo vards, the traditional distance from
the end o' the Ark of the Covenant to the
farther side of the Isrellte's camp, whete
they had made a stop in the wilderness, the
point where the Sabbatical law was given
J w Holmes ot lirownslown Indiana, one
of the leading workers 'n the republican
ranks was indicted at the last session of the
grand jury for violating the election laws by
attempting to bribe voters to remain away
irom ine pons last rsovetnber. the case
has jus been heard. Holmes was fined $25,
sentenced to jail for thirty davs and dls
franchised for a period of ten years. There
are cases against about a dozen other repub
Some things which have been related
Mrs Blaine shows the feeling against her In
Washingtm. One day, when President
Arthur was in office and established In the
White House, a number of women went
through !o view the different rooms. Mrs
Blaine was in the party. They visited presi
dent Artnur s bedroom, and there hanging
abovs the bed was the portrait of Mrs Ar
thur, who had been dead quite a number o
years. Mrs Blaine rested her elbows on the
foot of the bed and gazed at the portrait.
"I don't know where she is" she said,
noJding toward the portrait, " bat if she is
in heaven she must b: the most unhappy
and wretched woman ever born to know she
missed all this,"
Senator Myers sends us a roll call oftht
senate showing the vote on the repeal of the
mortgage tax law and deduction far indebt
edness clause. Those voting yea were Ban
croft, Blackman, Crosno, Crogs, Denny
Dodgon, Gates, Hayes, Huston, Matlock
McAllister, McGinn, Raley, Smith, Steiwer
Willis, Woodward, and Mr Presidem-iS.
Those voting no were Alley, Butler, Cam
eron, Coggswtll, Hirsch, Looney, Maxweil,
Myers, Yaaderbng, Veatch and Weatherford
II. Ii was not political at all as shown by
the fact that six democrats voted for it and
five republicans against it. AH the Eastern
Oregon counties and Multnomah, Benton,
Clackamas. Yamhill, Washington, Columbia
nd Tillamook voted for if.
The death of Justice Lamar has recalled
his well known devotion to the confederacy,
and bis love for the leader of the lost cause
was productive of one of the most dramatic
scenes in the history of the senate. The
Mexican pension bill was under consider
ation and an amendment pended extending
its provisions to all veterans irrespective of
their course in the war between the states.
It was near adoption. Congress, it was
said, could best show its desire to forgive
and forge? by extending the benefits of the
measure to those who had once borne arms
against the common country. The amend
ment was near adoption when Senator
Zach Chandler came to his feet with a
short speech, in vrhich he said that, wliile
in the main he agreed to the general tenor
of the amevdmert. yet under its provisions
even Jeff Davis 1 onld be restored to citi
zenship. "And." he added. "I am not
prepared to go so far as that."
Lamar arose. His intense excitemen
was evident. Be' wean him and Chandler a
strong personal antagonism existed. An
outburst was expected, and it came.
Mr President," said tie Missitsippian
with outstretched finger pointing at his
foe in an, his tall form trembling with
emotion, but his voice bell-like in its clear
ness and without a quiver in it, "when
Prometheus lay bound to the rock it was
not the king of beasts who availed himself
of his distress. It was not any other of
the nobler brutes of the field or birds of the
air. It was the vulture, the scavenger of
the animal kingdom glnttoning upon car
rion, which preyed upon his vitals, knowing
that in a defenceless man who could move
neiti.er hand nor foot he had one into whose
vitals he could dig his beak."
He sat down amid a stillness so profound
that the rustle of a paper sounded harshly
Chandler was deadly pale. Drops of per'
spirition stood upon his forehead and he
clasped the arms of his chair until the
strained wood creaked. It was expected
that he would rjply. Twice he half rose,
then sank back. He did not reply.
CltEDlT OB XO CKEDIT.
One of the most creditable acts of Harris
on's administration is the appointment of
Judge Jackson to the Supreme bench. The
first consideration i his conceded ability and
purity on thi bench. His locality was ef
some consequence. He comes from the same
judicial district as his deceased predecessor.
He is a democrat, appointed to take the place
of a democrat. Harrison deserves much
credit on this pomt. As the bench stood
politically before the death of Judge Lamar,
theie were three democrats and six republi
cans. To more nearly balance political
power it was proper to appoint a democrat.
More than half of th; people cf this country
are opposed to the republican party, and this
large class ol of opposition to republicanism
should be more fully represented. The
tendency of the republican patty to centra
lize the poA.-r bf government in the nation,
depriving the states of theii just powers, is
a solid reason that a state rights democrat
should be place! on the bench. By states
rights we mean all powers of goyernment
not delegated to the general government by
the constitution of die United States, nor
prohibited by it to the stalei. A republi
can congre, presiden' and c-virt have gone
far beyond hit inhibition of the constitution
and it is high time the tendency should be
checked. Republican administrations have
repea-edly acted a tluiJgh there were no
tine of dcmai kation between federal ard
si.ate authority, hence much is gained in the
wav of checking this highly mischievous ten
dene, Bji it is said H.trrisou had other
motives for making the appointment, which,
if truj would dejirive li'mol the credit given
above. The report is given out that a
number ot republican senators who have
not received as many favors at the White
House as they aske I for, notified the presi
dent that tliey would not vote to confirm h
appointment to the supreme bench. (They
did not think he wou'd appoint a democrat.)
Han ison sa w that If he made no appoint
ment that Cleve'and vould appoint Jackson,
and also some democrat to lake Judge Jack
sons place on the Circuit bench. So he de
cided 10 appoint him 10 the Supreme bench
and some republican to to the Clicui . bench.
Assurances are given that Ihls was the mo
tive If this be true, (and It Is very plau
sible,) the president is entitled to very little
ciedit for his appointment of Judge Jackson.
susofl Ofm IfWUS uonndiisaco
puD!pr)v snoinu ojiia oipo(musnQ
EFFECTS OF A FEW WORDS.
In 1866 James ( Blaine and Koscoe
Conkling were members of the lower house
of congress the former from Maine and the
latter from New York. It was at this
session that James U Blaine uttered the
memorable fateful words that wrought his
defeat for the presidency eiehteen years
A bill to reorganize and establish the army
of the United States was under consideration
and Mr Conkling made a long speech
against provost marshals and their doing.
He said he had been directed by the govern
ment to prosecute the assistant provos
marshal. Maior Haddotk, who was justified
by his superior officer. General James B Fry
down to the time when his sentence was
published, he having bten convicted of the
very basest form of official atrocity.
Mr Blaine defended General Fry, and
declared that Mr Conkling and the general
had had personal quarrels, and that Mr
Conkling had come out second rest.
Mr Conkling replied hotly thst the state
ment was false, and Mr Blaine had him
called to order.
For several days the two statesmen glared
at each other, and continued the discussion
at Intervals, Finally Mr Conkling said
that If the gentleman from Maine had the
least Idea how profoundly Indifferent to him
his opinion was on the aubject he had bee.i
discussing, or on any other subject, ha
thought he would hardly lake the troable to
Then came Mr Blaine's cutting irony In
the following language, as copied from the
Congressional Globe, published at that time:
"It is hardly worth while to pursue this
controversy further, but still the gentleman
from New York cannot get off on t'..e techni
c-.lity which he has suggested.
"He says that a commission never was
issued to nlm. I understand him to admit
that if a commission had been issued to him
he could not have taken pay for both offices
Now every ene know that those preliminary
uthorizations are the things on which hall
the business arising out of the war has been
done. Men have fought at the head of bat
talions and divisions and army corps without
having received their formal commissions.
"The gentleman was just as much bound
to respect the law under that appointment
as though it had beer, a formal commission
with the signature of the secretary of war.
"As to the gentleman's cruel sarcasm I
hope he will not be too severe. The con
tempt of that large-minded gentleman is so
wilting; his haughty disdain, his grandilo
quent swell, his majestic supereminent, over
powering, tui key gobbler strut, has been so
crashing to myself and all the members of
this house that I know it was an act of the
greatest temerity for me to venture upon a
controversy with him. But, sir, I know who
is responsible for all this. I know that
within the past five weeks, as members of
the bouse will recollect, an extra strut has
characterized the gentieman,s bearing.
"It is not his fault It is the fault of an
other. That gifted and satirical writer.
Theodore TUton. of tfca New York ImU-
tntUnt. spent some weeks recently in this
city. His letters published in that pipet
embrace with many serious statements a
little jocose satire, a part of which was thi
the mantle of the late Winter Davis bad fall
en upon the shoulders of the member from
"The gentleman :00k it seriously, and i
has given his stru; additional pomposity.
The resemblance is great It is striking.
Hyperion to a satyr, Tl.ersitesto Hercules,
mud to marble, dunghill to diamond, a sin
gle cat to a Bengal tiger, a whining pupi y to
a roaring lion. Shade of the mighty Davi-,
forgive the almost profanation of that jocose
Jas H Clarkson, the intrepid republican
leader of Iowa, handles Harrison without
gloves for appointing a democrat to the
supreme bench. Men of thourht will
recollect that Clarkson is a very strong anti
Harrison man and has been for years, and
will enprtain a strong suspicion that Clark
son is now venting his long pent up spleen
against the president knowing that no
elections are imminent. But hear him:
"In my iudsrment 'he act of president
Harrison in appointing to the supreme
bench, especially at this exceedingly critical
juncture in national affairs, a southern
state rights, free trade, anti-pension
democrat, and an 11 n recanted believer in
the secession theory, is a betrayal of public
trust and party faith. Indeed, its the most
serious blunder is party politics which
President Harrison iu.s committed. No
president since the foundation of the re
public has appointed a man from the
opposition psrty to tbe supreme bench. It
is especially a betrayal of party interest at
the present time, when tbe democrats are
soon to take possession of every branch of
tbe government except the judiciary. If
this appointment ii confirmed there will be
five republicans to three democrats, with
two memlrs of the court, one over 74 and
the other 72. sure to retire within a year or
two. In this cast the democrat appointed
by Htrrison would provide the democratic
majority for the court, thus putting at
pent all the legislation growing out of tbe
war and delivering the court over to the
control of men believing in free trade,
southern ideas and prejudices, and opposed
to the system of pensions to Union soldiers.
"Tbe president, whether he has djne thi
because irritating rumor bad said the senate
would reject any republican Io should
appoint, has proposed a renunciation of
republican principles and made it possible
for the supreme court to become democrat
ic during Cleveland's term.
"Any republican senator could with more
lryalty to party and honor have voted for
Orover Cleveland for four years last No
vember than to rote for Jackson for life
now. io vote tor him is to approve in
cold blood of the abandonment of the
wronsred and helpless republicans of tbe
South. It is to approve of the brutal dis
regards of the rights of all colored men in
the s)uth, and the more brutal treatment
of rea1 or supposed colored criminals in tbe
southern states who are in these la' ter years
so frequentlyburned alive 01 quartered at
the stake. The republican party, which is
still livinif and which is to rule attain
despite any man's disappointments, may
well be saved from the present reproach of
enduring historical dishonor, of such an act
of perfidy and wrong becoming an accom
piufiteu 1 act.
At Cologne there is a rose tree which is
believed to be 300 years oid.and has a trunk
of four feet in circumference. California
has one at Ventura which is now three feel
in circumference at the ground. It was only
planted in 1876, and now covers 2000
Gutta percha was first introduced into
Europe from Malaga in 1852. The annual
consumption now amounts to 4.000,000, and
the East Indian trees which supply the de
macd are diminishing at an alarming rate.
A Great Invbmtion. Is the self
pouting coffee and tea pots. With them
yon can pour coffee or tea without turn
ing the pots. Wonderful, None of the
hundred Mttle inconveniences of the rid
fashioned way. Coffee cooks sure antl
pure and cannot burn, and tta to pei fic
tion. You raise the light lid and the
coffee or pri ri-- frn-n ' t- pout. Ifyou
would have the tines', thing In tue world
order ene when Mis Talt, the local agent
calls on ou.
Reopbned W R Graham has reopened
his tailor shop, and hat on hand a floe line
of suitings, ready to be made up for those
wishing firsticlass work done. Thanking the
public for a liberal patronage in the past,
he solicitta continuance of their patronage and
jromltes good work and prompt a'tention to
.i:neediof his patrons.
(From out reeular correspondent,)
Washington, Jan 30, 1893.
President-elect Cleveland has long ago
shown that he poss-sses the rare faculty of
being able to see and to do the right thing
at the right time and place. Therefore i
was not surprising that his telegram 0
condolence should have been among the
first received by the widow of James G
Blaine, the American statrsintin. Although
differing widely in many of their ideas
there was one bond of sympathy between
them, one prominent trait in the character
of each of them that the other could admire
without forgetting their political differ
ences, and that was the intense American
ism, which was the keystone of Mr Blaine's
great popularity, and which makes li rover
Cleveland the most popular living Amen
can, today. And therein lies n lessen that
should not be lost on men ambitious of
popularity and power. There never was a
period in the history of our country when
sturdy, uncompromising Americanism was
more highly appreciated by the masses
than it is now.
Mr Blaine's funeral, which was held
today at the Church of the Covenant, was
by the request of his family made as simple
as possible. The pall bearers were all
intimate personal friends of the deceased
and the services at the church were confined
to the reading of the Presbyterian burial
ritual and a prayer by the pastor. With
the exception of an organ dirge before and
after the short service, played by Walter
Damrosch.the husband of one of Mr Blaine's
daughters, there was no music. Not one
tenth of the people who wanted to attend
the funeral could get in the church, and a
very large crowd remained outs-'de during
the services and afterwards followed the
remains to Oak Hill cemetery, where the
interment was made, Mr Blaine having
requested that he be buried there by the
side of his son vValker, who died suddenly
several years ago. There was much disap
pointment here because the funeral was not
public, and at the capitol. Congress ad- i
journed from Saturday to two o'clock this !
afternoon to give its members an oppor-
tunity to attend the funeral, and alt of the
government buildings were closed today.
The house committee on rules has set
aside February 9 and 10 for the consider
ation of the Andrew's bill for the repeal of
the Sherman silver law The general
impression seems to be that a vote will not
be reached, although a number of the
friends of the bill express confidence in it.
If Postmaster General Wannamaker
holds the reception to the employes of his
department which was to have been held
at his residence tonight, the invitations to
which were withdrawn on account of the
death of Mr Blaine, he will retire from
office with the personal ill will of nine
tieths of the whites employed in the de
partment. The reaon is not difficult to
locate. In sending out the invitations for
the reception he i -eluded all the negro
laborers, watchmen, messengers, and scrub
women on the department pay roll, and
the white ricks, particularly the females,
object to associating on terms of social
equality with the negroes.
Considerable interest fs felt as to what
position the administration will take on j
th? petition of the provisional Hawaiian
government for annexation tc the United j
States. Whatever view Mr Harrison may
take of the matter it is hardly probable any
a-tion will be taken by the present congress.
Senator Carey has given notice of two
amendment to the house bill for the ad
mission of New Mexico -, one including
Utah and Oklahoma in accordance with a
decision of the republican caucus, and
another including those two and Arizona
Unless the plans of tbe republican caucus
a'e changed it is vcrv doubtful whether any
.fft, sh k 1 ,l- ,,- ,
rote will be rescued on thu question at tbe
The election of KepresenUtive Mitchell.
of Wisconsin, who was chairman of tiie
democratic congressional committee in the
latt campaign, to tbe senate is gratifying
to democrats here, and tbey regard the
promotion as deserved.
LfcT OUK PANNON KOK
When Cleveland was the nominee ef s
party, those opposed, could soothe a morbid
pleen by malignity and abuse. When el
ect i and installed, be becomes the first cit
izen of the republic; the representative of
tbe n-Uoc, i: ton and daugtrera, lifted lo
moae heights, there brow ii ba'hed in
the benediction of a gieat cau-e, purified
and dedicated by the paraclete of patriotism
exalted and crowned by the immortal gen
ius of a free people. It is the sublime of
fice, no. the roan, that makes the blood ot
the humblest American leap forward to sa
lute him. For our country, best s-jd no
blest of all creaiioa, the .ar.ctuary cf human
dvilirai on, the throne of the living God;
for our country when lis president bares
his head to receive its trust, let tbe trum
pets blare, let the clarion sound, let the
drums teat; advance "old glory', to the
front and before the national halls tnd tbe
star-crowned capital of every ttate, let I be
oud mouthed cannon proclaim, that tbe
government of tbe people, by the people and
for the people thai, not perish from the
earth. Io the presence of a pageant, so
simple, yet so graid and mighty, what mat
ten it if Governor Sylvester Pennoyer hap
pens to be unable to forget hit little jealous-
is and harmless malice, at well as his .'el
fish pnrp nes. for the sake of the glory of
our common country Welcome.
GOVER-VOIl PFMSOYEfS MISTAKE
That Governor Pennoyer has maae sn
egregious political mistake It patent to all
except the governor himself. No man
can know more than his party in American
politics. So political part) In the United
States permit any of its leaders to set
themselves up it knowing more than the
arty itself when it expresses its views In
convention sftembl;l. The governor was
disgruntled because the party in Oregon
and in the country generally Law fit to
nominate Grovrr Cleveland. He declared
the party had made a fool of itself and that
It would appreciate that fact when it
should meet an utter defeat at tbe polls In
November. Bui the party knew better
than the governor. The governor bolted
his party nominations In this state without
any other reason than that he had worked
himself up into a rage because the conven
tion at Portland would not permit him to
domineer its action. He then crushed out
sll feelings of gratitude (If any ever exist
ed,) to his party for lifting him out of ob
scurlty and twice making nim governor,
and turned against It and became its most
bitter and unrelenting enemy. But he has
lost pit political standing with democrats
and it distrusted by all others.
WroJ'.rOncHuii.-td Dollws reward for any
nsc of CMan u that cannot be cured by Hall' t
P. J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Wc, tho uiidcrslg:oe(l, have knowa F. 3.
Cheney for the last IS years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially uMs to carry out any obligations
made by theft firm.
West &Tnt!AX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.O,
Waldimo, KissraM & Mauvih, Wholesale Drus
eints, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken Internally, act
in',' directly upon tho blood and mucous aurf aces
of the system. Testimonials lent free. Price,
76c. per bottle. Bold by all Druggists.
It is no wonder the Salem Post office
does a good business. The legislature
spends over ,1000 fur postage stamps
alone for the members.
After March 4th the United States
senate will have two John Mitchells
John L of Wisconsin and John H of Ore-
?;on. The former is a democrat, the
atter a republican. Look out for John
u. it has an aggressive spunu.
Eugene boys, like Albany boys.did not
have humanity enoughto leave the poor
little birds that sought food in the streets,
alone, and dead birds were frequently
seen there that had been killed by heart
A German has learned how to make
brandy out of saw dust, a fact that is
causing various humorous comments
about sawing wood for one's morning
drink, etc- If the secret were general
many a !asy inan would become indus
trious, and saw dust would be at a pre
mium. A remarkable curiosity, showing the
durability of Washington cedar, can be
seen on the Austin ranch on Lake hat-com-
It is a cedar Iok two feet in diam
eter, over which has grown a spruce tree
four feet in diameter. Over the main
root of this and directly over the log is
another cedar three feet in diameter. All
the trees, including the log, are perfectly
sound. The log has probably lain these
several hundred years.
The Cottage Grove Leader man Is mad
because .division ot the county failed, and
called some of the men who caused its
defeat yellow legged scrubs.
The governor has signed charter bill
for Lebanon and Heppner, and King's
road fund bill ; he has filed charter bills
for Riddle, Myrtle Point, and fixing sal
aries ot olticers in dram and t rook coun
ties. Acts for the relief of Lake countv.
The Dalles and Klamatn Falls charter will
G W Colvig has sued Sol Abraham for
$10,000 damages. Both are candidates
for R R commissioner. The suit Is tor
slander, Colvig alleging that Abraham
statco in puouc mat ne was in roratl
partner In the Lake Lablsh R R Suit and 1 nntnoer ot deputies compromtsea ana ot
that they made $40,000 out of It. The I former ministers suspected is hourly in
race for the office Is certainly getting lively. crewnff-
The Klamath Falls papers are alto hav- j
ing some fun. The Star man says of the
Express man: If he would psy for one
half he eats, drinks or wears, he would be
more respectable. He la known in '
Klamath Falls as a drunken bum whose
jaw- bone" Is eternally dancing fr
whisky. Yesterday morning he was
yanked around In a saloon for his drunken
brawling, and this it the third time he has
been pu'.led out for hit scrurilliiy. To hide
his black eye the black g.iard failed to
show upon his paper until nightfall, when
he came forth to set his jaw-bone dancing
for gin, as usual.
In Oregon people in politics and out of
polite scheme to see how much free ad
vertistng they can get ont of tbe news"
papers. It is different in San Francisco.
After the recent election the board of
election commissioners audited and al
lowed the following bills for printing the
nominations. Oregon papers print for
nothing: Examiner. 913,300: Chronicle.
$13,300; Call, 13.184; Post, f 11,660;
A little more enow lsst night.
The Portland money ring eeem
running things somewhat in the
It is at least interesting to hear the
rumors about the OP. One it thst Man
ager Wm M Hoag receives $30,000 a year
salary, a revealed by the books inspect
ed, and gets $1,000 a month icr a small
water power at the Bay. Of coarse both
' Bidding for the office of Street Super-
in Undent in Oregon seems to be tbe
' fashion. Ishland eclipsed Albany with
. ,b foUowinf bid, . R cUjirn,, .
j month ; I C Dodge. $S0; Ivid Allen,
$50, Ernest H:ckt,$40; W A Lewis, $
. B S Radcliff, $JS.
j ma Indians predicted tbe present
i 8no winter, from certain moon signs,
and declared it would last ontil Feb 16,
when the snow moon disappears. The
hunting moon of December did the busi
nesa, somewhat aided afterwards by tbe
cold moon of January. Look out for a
An Ann Arbor student has invented a
machine to make a mustecLe grow on
the smooth lip. Jt consists of a small
slectric battery so arranged that tbe
whole thing can be pat in the mou'h un
der the upper lip. Tbe stimulating
effect of the electricity will in two weeks
time cause the youthful hairs to sprout
and a beautiful covering of that which
some boys value so highly fill be the
result. It is needless to say the in ren
lion haa been patented.
Tbe follow .ag from a Walls Walls paper
suggetitthe necessity of a public place in
which all llndt of men may get warm. The
saloon are well attended these cold dsyt.
bat the parkespert complain they spend
nothing and are only ttove heardert. 1 very
chair in tome pltcet is occupied in the back
rooms where tbe fires are, bet the bars are
pictures of solitary detolution.
Some years ago an eld genUoBte (tl! by
the roadside near Kensington, England. Of
qul'e a number f persons who itnettcd hit
fall all pronounced him drank, save one. s
lady named Bluh. She alcne west to his
aid, insisting that he bad merely fainted,
which wat the fact. It it not known that
Miss Birch ever afterwards ssw tbe old gent
llemtn, but a few weekt ago hit solicitor
called aad Informed her thtt he had died
and bequeathed to her the turn of $750,000.
To aid Digest Inn take one Small aUk Tlat 1
aftereaiiDg. Sic. per txittlc. mM"Hm
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tbe taste, and acts
f rally yet promptly on the Kidneys,
liver and Barrels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
oniy remedy ot its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to tbe stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
feyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any rejible druggist who
may not have it on handbill pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
UHimiLU, KY. NEW V0HK. N.f.
Mi Eipeatlve Fire.
Pbkscott. Ariz. Feb 5. A lire occurred
this morning at 5 o'clock, at Copper Basin,
destroying the entire reduction works of
tne t'Ommercinl Alining company, con
sisting of smelter, ;hlorination and leaching
works . It is difficult to ascertain the exact
loss, as no representative of the company
lives here who can givo it, but it is not
less than $150,000, and some estimate it at
$200,000, as part of the machinery was
A Heavy anew lull:
Aiikiidesn. Wash. Feb ft. Thursday
night's snow storm will long be rememlier
ed as one of the heaviest on record. Six
teen inches on the level were added to the
21 Inches already on the ground, giving
the city 87 inches of solid snow to do busi
ness with. Several small buildings collapsed
timler the unusual weight . but no serious
loss nor damage occurred, us the citizens
had begun cleaning their buildings before
the storm was over.
A Big is
San Francisco, Feb ft. Mrs Frit
Hinkley, nee Florence Blythe, brought her
husband a douceur of over fs.UUU.UUU. I he
matters of the inheritance and the heiress
marriage are well known, but the public
na- never known wnai it cost Mrs 11 in Kiev
to attain her rights in the adjustment of
the estate. Her attorneys, W H H Hart.
McAllister a Bergin. W W Foole, (tamer.
Boalt k Bishop, took her case upon tne
basis of a contingent fee. The contingent
fees and advances contemplate a payment
of $834,342 44 to the attorneys and an
A Segre Slab
Richmond. Tex, Feb 5. The wildest
excitement prevails here over a report from
Stafford's Point, stating that the 'own is
under the control of as armed mob of
negroes, who are threatening the lives of
the whites and applying the torch. A large
posse of citizens has been summoned, and
will leave for the scene as soon as the arri -val
of the Southern Pacific passenger train
from the west.
New Yore. Feb 5 The Herald'. Paris
special says that all the states of Kurope
have their scandals, one after another.
France and Psuama. Germany the Loewe
-:n 1 it..!.. u-
iSUft. UUW ftftJlUUS 1 llftlj OT1LU UtV! I
dal of the issue of banks, which threatens
to assume very serious proportions. The
MixxEarOAJs, Feb 5. JohB S Johnson
today lowered the 5-mile amateur skating
record, making the distance in 15:20 4 5
Donagfaue's record for the same distance is
5 96 2-5, and Hagen's "professional 15:1 1.
t Uag Serre
Astoria. Xh- Feb 6. The
people are determined to locate the county
seat cf Pacific county in their city, if they
have to carry it there. Yesterday morning
three steamers arrived at sealaad from
South bend, loaded with 150 men beaded
by the prosecuting attorney. Marion I)
hirbert. Thev marched in a bodv to Ovule r-
viTle. and Kgbert attempted to serve tbe
papers on Auditor isarney and demanded
the keys of his ofhee He refuted either
to accept service or give up the key. Tbe
mob then proceeded to the courthouse and
took all the records and papers from the 1
offices of the treasurer, county clerk snd :
sheriff. All tbe papers and books werv
1 packed np in fish boxes for transportation 1
to room ueoil. 1 his ovw. thev t.urt
open tbe door of the auditor's office and
packed up all the papers, books, money
on postage stamps uiey could lay tlsesr
hands on. Etervthictf was taken to South
Wasni.xc.Tos, IS 6 -Before the roo-
j tine morning butmew bad been concluded
; in the senate Hill of New 1 ork. presented
. . "wore men ai isoctagsier,
1 X T. irrespective of party, in favor of the
. . - , . r 11 ,
repeal of tiae Sherman arL After a onml
! ' confusion and parliamentary
trang mg. tbe nestion was brought to a
direct vote on U ill's motion to take up the
bill to repeal the Sherman act, and tbe
motion was defeated: ayes 23. noes 4-
the Blatster Want it.
Sax Praxcisco. Feb 6. At a meeting
of the ministers of this city today the Ha
wsiian situation eras discussed. Tbe
"1"". mow 01 we rn nan "n-en retilent
of tbe islands, stated that tbe condition of '
the natives would be greatly benefitted by !
annexation to tbe United Males, and that
tbe islands would add greatly to the pros- j
perity and wealth of A merica. Resolutions .
Were a tooted heartily farnrlDir tbe annev- 1
stion of Hawaii.
stdset. Feb 6 At Iptwich. Queens
l.J :l u: 1. ,u 7 I
Mui.i. uinca iiuiu xirivuane. ,- r-n-
are known to hate perished in the floods
and it u feared thai the loss of life is much
greater. The swoolen river is corered
with wreckage, from which a horrible
stench arista, doubtless canted by the
bodies of human beings and animals in the
Hcjm.cTO. Qg, Feb 6. Tbe delayed
fast mail and pataenger train left here
bound east at 1:15 this morning. At a
point about two mile east of Old'e Ferry
and 12 miles east of Huntington, tbe train
at derailed retultiag in the instant death
of 13 -year old KlixaCeth Kgan and the
very serious injury of a number of others.
Massiixon. O. Feb 6. It it told here
on excellent authority that Sena'or Caivin
S Hrice bat leased the Uetripolitan h.-tel in
nasbington.and that be will entertain
there during the inauguration, free of'
expense, every citizen of Ihc Buckeye state
who calls on him anb establishes the fact
that he is an Obioan. regardless of bis
politics, race, religion or M ious condition
Arnr.Ns, Feb 7 The city is again
shaken up by a tenet of severe earthiuaka
shocks, and people who had returned tare
been frightened away again The king
and queen of Ureao have arrived at Zant.
where the shocks were eteu mere saver.
Thousand of inhabitants followed in silence
the royal carriage. Most of the churches,
for which the city is celebrated, are wholly
or partially wrecked Hardly a gne build
ing on me maine streets is left uninjtuvd.
h w 3 ? S Q f
a for th mllffens el consumers ef A
Itfrtna lr. Tun plraaura to aa - 48
nave that he 1 new putting
TINY LIVER PILL
which U of exceed inrly amall.laa, MW
ret retaining all Die irtitc ot Uf W
larger onea. Oiiaranteed purely
vcgnUhlr. Illh alar. ofthenepllla (M
are .till Uaued. The exaet aize or
T'JTT'S TINY IIVER PILLS (M
la thown in the border of I hit "ad." "
NEXT A D VERTISKW EN 1 8.
11TANTED Pushing Canvasser of
TV good addreaa. Liberal wilary and
expenaof paid weekly, Permanent peal
tltm, BROWN P.HOH CO.. Nurserymen,
FOR SALE -Fine Imfcttit. Mandard
Bred CiydsM a's Stallion. Five
yearsold. W elghs rar laTOIbs. In floe
con dltl -i. Price f4G0. Address D L
Richards, Tew Paik, Salem.
Ij'OR SALE A Domestic
sewlns in t-
I chine, nearly new
wltb ail sttncii.
ments. for aala f r fZ5. Call at Mm Kay
monds, 4th arm Thurati3n ntreets Alboriy
DRY WOOD loveial kinds for sale
Inquire of PW Spink, at foot o
Kerry street, ft of A 11 Morils. Third
OR HENT.-Tne "tore building on
inv premise on Hroadaibin atrast.
itable for residence for atrial! family.
BEST IX THE WORLD.
Tiawaailin qualitla.ar. aa.nmaa.ad, actuaTt
rOH BALK BY DtULERS OKKEEiXLT. ltft
Heir lo a t'oitune.
TACrtMA, Wash. Feb 7. .1 D Iln innv
px-chief of the fire department of this city,
linu 4 I Inn !...,.. 1 .. ( . ..a . 1 is.
nas rauen neir to a foiturm est tm.i. i
$100,000. A few weeks aaro he received a
letter from a lawyer in Texas asking
whether ho was related to Robert. If
The lawyer staled that Robert ftaincy died
recenuy in j exus, and that 1st had left an
estate worth considerable monev. .1 I)
Ituinuv is nronarinir nnnerg in inl.i: J, kt.
A Bew Heel.
Coi.t'MlH's. Kan. Feb 7. The
this section are greatly excited over the
spread of new religious idea, of which
JOtin antt Uuvid Deems, of this place, are
the chief expounders, the basis beinir the
government or personal conduct according
to the teaching of the New Testament liter
al! interpreted. Munv havo ndontod the
new religion, and several people have left
their families to follow the Deems. They
claim t have performed miraculous cures, i
Families have been disrupted, until tbei
authorities backed by the sentiment .f the
orthodox people, have determined to break i
up tho sect.
Pendleton, Or. Feb 7. A fire at 1
o'clock this mornin? consumed four wooden j
buildings on the west side of Maine street,
between Court and Alta. The losses j
ore as follows:
laundry Demolt. grocers, building and
stock. 17500; II L Carl, barber shop. $-00; '
W H Daughtry, meat market, SiftOO: Dan i
Kemper, grocer, 13500; W C Bardsley. I
Washington, Feb 7. Secretary Tracy j
has officially accepted the coast defense
ship Monterey. Her builders, the Union
iron works, of San Francisco, lose $32,000
from the contract pri , $1,626,950, because
she failed to develop a maximum horse
power of 5400. Her horsepower on trial
was shown to be enly 5077.
a stir h racket
Gold Hijj.. Or, Feb 7 B Horn, an old
resident of this place, struck a pocket
recently on Gall's creek, which, for rich
ness, bid fair so excel the old (iold Hill
mine. Already, several thousand dollars
have been taken out and it seems to be ex -tensive.
Prevent ana acta C-.-nttirsuion and &ick
Head jo. imoa Ink litan.
Worst Case of Scrofula the
Doctors Ever Saw
Cotnplelefy ( urU by HOOD'S
"When I was tor 6 years old I had sterol-
! oloos sore 00 tbe rsidlle lafft olmj it:: haaJ.
which rot to tad that th- dortors cat
j sase olaod tsier took ol mote ttua hsit
1 hand. Then the tore broke out on aar a
J1 -' w - "it ' - Wsj v vs - r . -- SSH SSffSSf-a
J"OT2 u,i ' ? as
vw a.j a s.u skssu. uvt.una mw tk u u
j Worst Case of Scrofula
they ever saw. It wat t lr wl ! Ftr,
, Tc,r, 1 besaa to t, Uaod s Sarsanaiffla.
Gradually I found that the sores were begkt
msx to heal. I kept oa till I had taken Sea
botDea. teat ttUan! Just think ol what a
sawn I got for tint ts-.estmer.t. A Itiow
twatd ser eeat ' Yet. many thousand. For
the past 4 yean I have had 00 sores. I
Work all the Time.
Before. I eassM m aw trarfc. I know not
what lo say strong enough So express my xrat
trade to Hood't SartansrfTta tor my perfect
care." Gkorce W. irxsac, Fanaer. tia;
way. Saraloca county. V Y.
Hood 8 Pills . bat at
I toat Uw axuea. Try Usees. -2e.
45 sold in '88
2,288 sold in '89
6.268 sold in '90
20,049 sold in '91
Towar aaary 3 mUHrree.
Cr Theca ftaurea tan the
atory oftfia twnai uwinsu
one tcoaa others Soaew.
jaj tta "Take aba Country.
Vltlit . wfmai DU mt
tw b aaww la W- OtmSaa
Tvy n mtt lai aaaj tssaapaasal
:; m rmA mm Ii. m.i k m.
alia ra mx aak.
motor Co. taa
marri. wtmtmtaa aaaaothar
aw sti rt tmt.u. Mnn h
I v. 3
asaaaaw kal taaa wm.m- 3 h.
m . a m m m 5
'ai.artaa't' 1 a? 3
-t?ft i. Jmrnum
of oy IwTwntkona.
'a i nil itia.MMa. o
Btt ftllMI .nil i. mmm
if taS ' e
Mawnafc ti fOw
a ta. -r .Vcri. sft.s.!
I ill. , ,
asgat away ata -5
i roved that the i
fiaota anuati oa i
haa bun done .
t Ik. mwm. ttisatw httMWer rtlrt ailki gu I
nmm imiiii auMiM UMitia tt.nmi.rtit; fmti
IJvamttttf-, -j ,H,c,I.0: st-nw.M 5s
tt a-s-kM. asMwei ,, . t& Rtrtri TittLrtu G 2
aWtaaf MMWalttau leauw ?'
rm taM tht sw t a.i UU aaaa t.n - ' t C 5 n
ftteM A. fHaHlltd ty-ass tvt a Ut . -5?
- (rtffrf. M rCa atr sWfi B, .
ssH thai aWa tr w-rl .f I Mi vi I . 1
asks . arr.aw tsar m i nj liiaatrkU rnt'-.J awu-v. T w
V W CKAiTFORP. Agent.
W11J earc Wtibwat
..rtaiaUea .f btala
i ! iihtuu... imu. IMS, a.
riwi. or la4Urr.Hu
....... i i.a.-..r maaaut.a. tttan. ll,.r ul tull.
WBI t.tl!tt,. . .. p-
naaiaiau. waa taaa. Inh. aftallaa, mm Ul t.ank
til olaar., aat (! a aarntl tall It lulaatlr Wit',
ISSCLi " "' 1. w. "i a" it i. aWa
't r a. Say, laaaaata ha.t baaa rurra a, tl,). a,.,
Mlaaa HMSH alKr an attar r.a.11.. lailat. .ad
tlta aaatraaaariaattaaaUla la tM.a.a-,.tr ctfc,i ,t.i
o.ra...rrai itmorcn suiyalf atarintoRr. m.
xraalaal aooo .r ot.r.J .Ml ai.a.rK tkailHllLHtns
Health bu4 laaeaai .(rratlaCI ISO rttpiu to IcIM n...
1 far llltitiratail Paiuphiau. mmiiti. MaWd, rm, adtrrat
iwaat xtx.xica'xa.xo co..
No. I7t First St.. PORTLAND. ORE.
Tbe nttccest ef thtt Mrcnt Conirh Cure li
wittiout a parallel In t'to liia'orj- of Baaiaitaan
A 1 1 druirfff ta are aut horlaed - o soil 1 1 on a po.
Itlveguarautee, atcaltltat no other care eo
successfully stand. Th.it It may brooue
known, the Proprictofs, r.t an eixrmcus n
pcne, aro i.laclug a Boaa) U Bottle BVea lnle
every h- rnc iu the ItiiitM' States sad Canana.
Mvou have a Cruph, S'ire Thmut, or lrtin
cfiltla, utc it, for it will cure yoti. If ftfu
child has thoCreun. or Whooptn; f.'otir.h. tr
It promptly, and relief fit sure. If ycu U.oik
that inaldloua .lines t'onapmption, nae it
Aak your Omnrixt for SHILOH'S CURE,"
Price 10 eta.. 80 eta. audSl.OO. If yor Luagi
are tore or Back lame.uae Shiloh's Poron
Plaattr. Price 25 CU. nr talo by all Dm
gists and Dealers
, Geo. W. Turner
a4t . Ill I
lal-s H Kn
i narrates t
RICHARDSON-0BORN'. In Sbel
burn, on Feb 5th, 1803, by Rev C C
Sperry, Mr G VV Richardson, of Jeffer
son, and Miss Mary L Osborn, of Shel
burn. WILL'S MUSIC STORE
-sols aosim ron-
.CUICKEUIXO " "UK MILLER.' BTEf K," AM)
"VoSEwt WIN- flAXOtJ,
''Woolw" 0 'i Cai .1 . 1 1 i 11 ,
Wr.Ulur (Valgus ut Prkaa before Parrtaaiar
E-aeahcrc; ;. to- Ik- Oj at Lvt
Katie of IK
w HtiM ad other SUw.n, K Aloe., tin SUea
E. I . IILL,
A LINN COUNTY MAP.
Wm G ObenaucrA: Co
miodUonrnimt. . , , ' - .
map 01 l-irtn county, which thould be in
every ouslnett house, public dwelling ani
school room In Li.in county. The map
( accurately locates every cily, town and
' pottofnee, and rlvr.'t and creeka, t Ktwt
voting precinct, townships, eU.sbov t the
distance of each pottofCce from Albznv
! Cut out the foiioir.K and mail to Vtu
O Ubenauet it Co. 100 Fiont street, Part
land, Oregon, and tuey will deliver you at
many as jou or Act.
; PUate dr iver me
copies of your
j Linn count, nap for which
j to pay hltv ct:
per copv on deUvtry cf
I. A. Morris & Co
FIcur and Feed Store.
Have removed ;hclr store to the Strahan
slor, f at rr.cr It occtpied by Dern &
I Robtoo, and hate on hand a full ;ock of
UuniALL S ruu.1, B.sAn, SHOSTi,
1 aaa,aa ..... "
GtRM MEAL. GRAHAM, BUCK
WHEAT, RYE ROUR, HAY,
QA1S. STRAW AND
Custom chopping done.
At the ttore
' A'len Bros-
for-r.et'y owned bv
i for which
pay the best Car price
B F RAMP
-ir : voc .- c ast
wacon; hack, busgy cart
piow, harrgw.drill seed
er, feed cutter,
! or Sjiv kind of a Farm Iin-verr.er.: ot Ve
' hide, call cn or addrrta.
6. F. RAMP,
Opncttte Post OfTi
Of Tlwse Brazilian Pf bble Sp tar les
For faic by F. M. FRENCH, the Jeweler.
j9U Reward !
I i '.'lea-borr rearr.:-l (.irtntav af I
. l :-iiiia.f!;i; UeaJcl.lii4ijru...i
r C.ettea ne r..awc eure itT. "
- i It, r Pi I, v bra tt... akattttat .--i
'WkS y arc ln- If V19rtal.lt. ai
. aalt.f- .:u f .. . . ita... - , .
.1 eeuc . Tart of cu,u.
- . -aattrtaslslti. .
.. ":'l... KIC.MH). JJ
NOT.CE la herby ivan that the an
nual meeting of tbe stockholders of the Al
bany Building Association will be held at
atore of J Gradwohl. In Albany on Mon
tlay, Msrch 20th, lgas, at 7.30 p ui. for th"
eleetion of directors, rnd such o.hr
busiuess at may eomo before tbe mcstlnc.
FPU CTT1 NO,
W C TW EEl ) a. L E, s-ecre ary .
1S HKKKltY GIVEN THAT
a. the annual mat-tin., of the stock
holder of the Albany Building and Loan
Association ttrlil bo held ou Friday
February 17th. 18M, at tbe hour of 7:30
pm of said day. iu the Bauk of Oiegou
In albany, Linn county, Dreg on for tbe
purpose of electtnu niuo directors and
three auditors, to serve far the term of
one year next ensuiug from said meeting,
and until their succe.- sora are elected
and qualified, and to transact such othr
business as may Me before thoassocia
lion. Done by order of said ussociatiou
this 17th day of January. 1893.
CH STEW ART,
JAY W BLAIN, Presideat.
mmmmmmmmmMmuTtmVf' &frji .
In the Circuit Court of the Slat oj Oregon
for the Connty 0 Lane.
Charles T Craft, Henry Cyras
and J H Peeiy, Plaintiff,
Jacob Iedgerwood and v.:.
mlra Ijedgerwood, bis wife,
O L Campbell and A A C'amp-
bel , his wife, Defendant.
To Jacob Ledger wood, Elniira Ledger
wood, u L Campboll and K A Camp-
Den, tne sooye named utrnr!rjU.
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OP
Ore ton, you and each of yon are
' hereby acquired to apprar and answer
in complaint or the aoove piainurx, in
the above ectit'ed coort.now on file with
tbecteit of aid court, by the fiit day of
the next regular term of said court fol
lowing the expiration of the ti;ne
piestribeil in the er of publication
h ores', to wit,
HoBdai, thr 13:b Ami ( Marrb, t 0, ISM.
and yon are -eby notified that if you
fall to appearand answer said complaint
1 bm nemty requires, tne plaintiff w 1
apply to the court 'oi tb SMaaf prated
for to wit: for a decree forecioi.ig the
mortgage of the plaintiffs In th a complaint
mentioned and directing the sale of the i torVy fee and for The ZLZS2
real property described therein as follows , ZSSS th , It dwtur" '
towtt. '1 he east hall of the donation land i SSlkSTj -j a
claim of William Cyrus and Mary Ann ' .Tr. T 01 d too rt tore
'.'yrox. hi wife, being Not 533 in sc 1 e',? the mcrttate eiecoted by 50a in favar
and 39, tp 10, K R 1 West, and see aod i f P'"'" eecond day ot er. tern her,
31, tp 10 and II, H R J East, Lino count-, ; 1WL 00 following dosenbed trait of
Oregon; also the went ha!fof tbe donation i land, towif; The northeast quarter of the
land claim of W ji Cyras end Mary inn j not tt) - -t quarter of seeUoa tbirt)-tiz,?own.
Cyrua, being Not .3S. sees 1 and 38, tp 10 ship ruue, 80a tit, Range three et cf Will,
snd II, H R 1 West, IJon eonntT.Oregon-1 Her. io Lion connty, Oregon. covsasstSac
ifmfl V ,K m nd 5 directing .aid Umd to be .old
tJ' ?K'W4M. Unn by I. provided aed tbe proce ?da th teof
0tttt!t""." 'he B .1 pi . to thTyment of thVrt. and
. IS donation land claim est end ! ptes f nak.-og auch sa'e SfO kttorney's
north of Crabtree creek In see L id 11 S i il. a .l 7 . .?
R 1 west,Unn Kun,rZpm, tu ning f tb foment L S geld
SO aaZ .l !,. ..Vi 1 . " , ,B soto due on the note sued os 10 thi. wtt.aod
H R 1 East, cont dnln xi-flT -,' 7L n'r
.. . . - : r -
the andrew J James and wif onatioo
iand claim, ailoale in sec 6. tp 11. Ski
East, Linn county, Oregon, excepting
therefrom 12o acres off of tbe east ai ie of
tbe last deecrlbed tnu-t. containing
a-re; lot Ho 1 of sec 31 tp 10 SRI East
ni the "Viliarrette Meridian , SMSMfSNM
3.157 acres Begiunio ol th west
' '"'' c i cio iJS5
c hinos K.utb and 5.31 cbalos east of the
FZZST? xo'fc gffi'sMgtt
running thence wee. 19.76 chain, to
.uti7(u . . .L-
rii.road track, thence south 3 degree
wt paraiel with tbe sat ' rHr r track
2 39 chains, hence sou f 33 degrees eM
4 chains, thence east 12-51 chains to a
a i inM' twuD-
" J ivjen, iaf cny 01 ncto, tnenos nortti
; ts -h a, ouie-m x a sn
nonnti) cotlns n the place of bee is-
ning. c.nuinin 10.50 aetes. Beginning
lOchairsa north and 16.05 ehaiua east of tbe
aootfaweat corner of section 17. tp 10, S B 1
ww w ftue . luaincftfte aacroiian, US 1
cooaty, Orecoo : rauoiag theooe nortn 4S.8S
SfSSBM to the oe: ter of tin. eoaety road, !
tbeoce north S3 degrees east along aaid :
conoty road 17.75 chains, tbeoce aouth 40
chain, thecce west 13. 75 chaw, thence
ootb 10 chaise, loeoce weat 3 95 t haina to
tbe p ace of bagtaeiitc, eoaaiobar 74 88
trtt The northwest q carter of tbe north-
qnarteri aecf.cn 36 tp 10, S B 1 weat,
eoniaining 40 area; lot Xc of sectioo 1, tp
10,! K 1 weat, containing 10 sera; Utall " 1
and 2 of tectift-i 1 in tp ll.S K I -eet. Ad To tbe hrin knowa ,nd ankcovD.
o. said real proper ty lj Ug aad beina lo Lujd , toaJt others interested in the above
ooer.tr. Orecoe. Ttsat toe proceed thereof . named estate Greeting:
be apf.l-.M tirat, to the pay meat of the coets j
od ditbaiMmrata f this toit, aid tttlTS IHES'ME OF THE 8TAT E OF
t-ramg ;o-1; eecoad. to the payroeat of! J. regou, you are hereby cited and
575 CO aa attorney "e fee; third, to tho pay- ! "quired to appear in tbe oonn.y couri of
meat cf the so- of $600 (0 with interest i 1 he ofOregon, for the eoonty of
thereon at the rate i,f ten per cent r Ms- ! f-tonnt the court r-Mn tbereof.at Albany.
nam from Juaary 1st, 1831. $60 03 p id ' L 1 " oT fJB,2i.OB 5.oodf -J
Jao-ary 1. ISTLd 5103 CO poUuJtrs i tSJaV. ttr 2M 5
3a 189? - - iTt , - . lb afternoon of that day . then ana there
toy toare be to the dfenda,ct. aaid that
the defradaBte be haired aad i nwekawd ef
!1 nght of 'ecemp'um ezjet aa provided
- . . ..,, ft-.oiBu.
y law and for aceti firtner order aad deera
PnhitaRaJ - I LX
Pobiitbedov ordtrci Hon Gen H Harnett
Jadge t aaid o art. nude at Chamber, ia
the ate nf Sake, Urrfoc. ii date Jassry
Wuriiiir . ir CsuaexciJay.
Att'jafar P. fit.
tie Circmit Coaxl
for Limn 1 sqsff
of the Stale cf Otegem
M it;:e E Bolia. f'lai.tiff.
Wat E BoHa. Defeoiaot.
T 1 Wtr. E Bo, 1- ,-ie abjve oastei defendant.
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oreftoc, yon arc hereby required to ar
rar and answer the complaint ot p;aiaUff
, acw on file against you tu tbe above entitled
salt 00 or be: ere the Urst day of the neat
ref alar Unn of tbe etraait court for the state
cf Oracon. fir Lies or eery, to be hodea oa
tbe """ Moar. tn 13ib day ot JJareb,
a D. 1893, an4 .f voo fail to answer for
want tceiaofth. aaid BbUtia-Hi.t-.
moot acataat you for a dittointioa al tie
tr,unas c-r tract bow txistisg bet wee
ikuirif and defend ant srd frr the case aed
BBBtrac. new txiaUag be weet.
rnatcdv of tar nuaor child, atd for cost
aal tut arw-retU sJ this salt.
Thai ssanmottt vbiisbed by tbe order
. f i'.e Hon G H Boreett, Jnise cf said ,-oort
IT rl9?4mbe" " 50 01 J"aary'
J j n-ntTvn-
AJ lof rsa.
TO SOPHIA BRLGI'ER. MRS L B
Witaell, Ldfa A L'mphrer, A H
Ba.ltimore.Otto Zimmrrman J J DubruilSe.
truttec. II C Wstton. Mrs Laura B Tvler.
VI . JT , r r-, . , . .ft .. ' ... "
. ft.v.u.sc nessierj r oaiorattn,
? crctarv Aicany woolen Mill Compattv,
vVmJ Welch. Elizabeth Ritter, Lucir.ja
, Otterboudt. Wilhelm Fromrn.L W Devoe.
Mn DelUa Hand, ard to ail other per
! ton whom it may concern.
i and each of yen are herery notified
; that the fc'foaiag street Improvement
. lowit: Ciradir.g and graveling First street
j from the east line of Montgomery street
! to tne west line of Main strectJr. the city.
ot Aioany, uregon, heretofore ordered b.-
... v,.u ottne city ot Al-
. v-'iciin. to maae in sai.1 n't- h
been completed and that the coat thereof
- . -- - ,
nas Deen audited and found by said coun
cil to be the sum ot $SSo 96-100. And
you and each of you and all persoct inter
etted are hereby further notified that said
council are about to assess and determine
the proportionate share of said cost assess
able to each lot or parcel of ground abut
ting upon said improvement, and that said
council will on Tucsdav. the aSth day of
February, 1S03, at the hour of 7 o'clock d
sa of told day, meet at their Council
Chamber In said city and assets the pro
portionate parts of said costs on the prop
erty abutting upon sold Improvement.
Published by order ot the council of the
city of Albany, Oregon.roade lanuarv the
N I HENTON,
Recorder of the citv of Albany.
Albany, Oregon, Fcbiuary 4th, tSoj
a th (W) Court of tie State ay Orrgvm for
ute L oimry ot LMtn :
S M Eliiton, Plaintiff, .
Mait Mullep, Defendant.
To Msrt Mnlleo, the above named defend
ant: IN TtIK NAMK OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, vou are hereby required o ap
pear and answer the compiaint of the aboye
plaintiff, in the above entitled court, now oa
tile with the clerk of aaid court, oa or before
the that dav of the next regular term of said
court, after the publication of this summons
for tix contccutive week, towit, Monday,
the 6th day af March, 1S93; and you ar
notitiau that if yoa fail to appear and answer
aaid complaint, at hereby reqired,the plaia
titt for want thereof will take judgment
against you for the turn of S2 17 and the
ootta and disbursements of this action to be
taxed; ana an order directine tha aala nf .
I certain frame building owned by the del'end-
"" on ,ne Sf lot 12, In block 3, in
thetlil, Uregou, and a lot of tools situated
therein, all attached as the property of the
Published by order cf the Honerable I N
Dunoao, Judge of aaid oourt, made at Cham
ben, in Albany, linn connty, Oregon, the
27th day of December, 1S92.
WsATHEarOkl) & CHAatBUtLAW,
Atiorcsya for Plaintiff
FOR .s A I.E. A BARQAIK-A model
steam laundry for sale, capacity ln
wash department $50 per day; for a
bands, located in Central Albany .on 2nd
and Montgomery street, I wish u en
gage in other busiuess. Win mil ,
J DfaMITHi Proprietor
In the Circuit Court of the Slate ej (Hrgo f
AD Horner, Plaintiff,
Harvey Ward, Defendant.
To Harvey Ward, the above named defend
ant: TUB NAME OF TH K STATU, ftl?
OfgoD. you ate hcrebv rfrtntrerl In an
01 anawer the cim.plaii.t of the plain
tiff f'lfed against you in the above entitled
cause, 00 or before tb-. first day el tbe next
regnlsr term of said court, which aid Urm
" ,JC Kn an new on the 13th .-Jay c
March. 1803, at the court bona in the city
ot Albany, Linn cconty. Oregon; nd JmJ
are farther notified that if yon fail to appear
aod answer said complaint sa hereby re
qa. red, for want thereof, the aaid pl.iotiff
will apply to th aaid court for the relief
prsyd for in bia said complaint, which is as
First. Fur a jodrmnt aod decree against
yon for the sum of $400 in United Sutra
gold coin with .nterest thereon in like cold
at toe rate of ten per cent er annum
trom the second day of H-nUu.her
ontil paid, and tor the further torn
"teret on said sum of $400 from the second
day of September. 1891, to like cold cola .t
the rate of tea per cent set annum, til! paid,
aod that the tarples, if any. he pid it neh
SSIsas as the east may decree.
Third. That yoq and al! oiW penmn
' claiming by.tbroah under joo.he f..-.
barred aod forte!oH of any a-xl ! rih-,
; title -Jt lo'eteat. or y of rwiemptioa is
or to aaid real propriy or ov par: thereof.
j Foorth. That iTthe uooseds ef the sab
' VIL ?.'JcJ?'??..r "
allosts and di bnrtemeota and a reai
! ttOTnry w consn-eccinj this lest, teat
P'tioin nave a p-raona! j ode met t aeaioat
y. n foe the d-factecev rd
Flfih. For teh other vxt fartbc relief
as miy be met' toe-joity ii tbe presnieet.
This omm-n it served by rrablicili n is
' the .Vtatx Ei.hts DestocaAT by order of
1 Hon Geo H bcroett, Jadge of sssl eostrt,
; dated at Chambers m Use city of Si'em,
j Oregon. 00 the 24tt dav of Jara ry.lSOT.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
I' tte CemtrCcKrt of
tlr Stele Ore-
g "' ter I,imn Comntr.
i , .
In tf'r ,of lh st1 cf ISKr
j wpijearion of "
j administrator of sat
'. .1 properly bek
o,,ho eaa if
ady you bare why tee
said estate, to sell tbe
belonging to saideatnte.
teecribe-d at Miovt towtt: Lou one ( II
and (2) in section nineteen (It.) in town
ahlp(l3.) south range one ;2J east of the
- Wi. aaic-.te Meridian in l inn county.
Or- pon, containing fifty-three and X
; acres more or less; also beginning at a
j pornt tony roda weat cf the nortb'ast
i corner of the donatio c la d claim of
j Lowat Ames c aim Jio 47 runidnar thtnee
west twentj f.ve rods, thence sonih
twenty-five rooa, thence east twen-y fire
I roaa; thce north tweat -fire rod, coo
1 amine S ftT-UK acres more or lee-jitu'ted
- in said coanty and state; a!w lot C fn
. b.ock 5 ta the town of -Sweet dams, in
i nud count? a id state. 1 eeording to the
record asp. thereof, should not ka
bv order jf the Hon J V nnnnn.
Judge af the C ontyXonit of the "Stale of
Oregon, for th coontr of Linn, with tbe
seal of mh! court atSxed, this 141 dav ct
January, A O. 1891.
ATTEST. !l PFiSE.
By B V Payne,
C Dtrj anr OcirniiU
i C Davis ant.
' paitners d ins I
, tbe fir ja name
and StT t of
Petar R Bear,
JVTICK XS HEREBY Oi VO TH AT
! a. by Tirtue ! aa execution and order
R aedaly rsaned out ot the above
f sautnl court, in ih at-ve entitled art i an
. to me directed and -
leliverej. I wi.l on
tke Ilk aay aT rekewary.
n the city of A'bany, Linn nmsy. Ore -iron
-t the hour or one oV'ook p ra of
amid day. sell at MSg aucrion 1st cash
in band to the hiahet bidder, all the
rtjrbt, title and interest of toe above
nan ed dafetxtant I- and to tbe real
property In said 'secsUna aad order of
sale described fallows towiu "Tae do-
I .-.-o .u-ftv.
nation land c aim "f Owen Boar, il hater
' not-.tx asion Nu 'J240ai d claim So 41 in
' tp 12. S R 4 treat, and e'sum No 48 in to
3 i a west, coamnmc Ml-i scree fca
Unn coun.y, rea-o. es 41 acres bar. -ufore
sold there' rom The proceeds
arising from tbe sa e f said real propertv
to be applied first, to the pannem of tbe
cotis of and a pen said execution and the
ortmnal rows of the action taxed at
S69 85. and iheraafter to the pay men: ef
pi.int ffs clsim smoort'sc to th? sum of
i j N with interest th-rn 1 1 the rata
ot eight percent pr annom fro
f . ' . ift-ft ft.-X&
- thc r . ivnrrw. ,cw
Date this 2nd dav 01 Jaauar-r, iSk&,
C C JACKSOS.
Skeiiff of Lirtn county, Oiagesa.
VTCE IS HEREBY C.tVEX THAT TUE TV
i. AwvagW kas beea ta d.v by orv'.r ol ta. cooa
kjataital Luui a-mn appsMUrt ailttlakl latrtxcSlkt
at Bean Kuaa. haa al Lkaa eniT. IV
All pnwt kavhat etthta aetata said
hereby lantri a. - mmmw
yanetd ta by ht laaaired al th lav oSBc ot
Moritaaye Jt Hacaleaaaa. at Aikaay, Ottgsa,
wtthin six atOBtat trem ttt da-. Wlta.
Dated UOa lh day ot Jiauar.,1".
MoDtanv. m HacklcBua, MtiiiitSialilt
Any tor Adtaia.
HEREBY GIVKX THAT THE TX.
hart been he ta. lVn.1, . j
Linn ivunlr. ttnieofi. dttlv aaannu,! mmh. ...
uf th last il! ard tMtamecl mt John BUjeo. lata
I Una HiuiT.Oresoa.awfased, All txuautu having
caitat aeaiaat saKt estate are hero t tiol: 6e4 w pre
teol them prepwly veriBed to the UBdertitaac at
his raitnee in Albany. Liaa eooaty. OrttnaTwitaia
u nwnths from lhi Jar. mm
This the tith day ol Januanr. 1SS3
HHHtarrr. " SBKl
A t s (or Kicvu ;r -
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
rytasaxa 15 HEREBY GIVEN THVT THE TN-
w mljJ!!L?m? 44 ttatt si Mr.
M t Hi-aanl, Jeeeaged. hat akaS hit ftnal tattoo ia
and that the cut
fixed tht t'.;h
hour ot 1 e'ekxk t
time, aud the eourt roen-. ol i. .
plaee for hearloa- ob tertian. U 72 a--i ..
eount and th. tetuement olsaid ettat..
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
N"Ii.'E l?wHKI5JSBY GIVEN THAT THE VS
Al denhrned hare beta a-ipoinuti .aeeuun ol a hat
2 fa01"! and ttiate ol Jesse Bvr, dee-aed.
le ol Una county, Oregv. Ail irtons harlDi;
cttiaw tgaiaat said astatt art hereby requirad ta
present the same with iwvprr eeuehers to tht aadtr.
signed executors at Sw! Home. Unn coasty,
I'rvgon. within six montlM Inu this date.
Dated January 14th, is-js,
8TBVS V BAKR,
. -.11 ft' V II I L.. ft
I. .-v'li.i . . v.
v. aaxitoo, Es
AHorsey lor ExecuU rt.
: ESTRAY K0TICE.
three head of four or i
or five yt r old cattle
dehorned and some br&nde. S letter F
ewes ot Linn county, OtOSNB.
mty court of amid r v..
dav ot rah.ii. i imam , ik.
:i th. tft.n,..v I . i i ....
on hip. aud others with J or right
hip. They wete brough. from la it's
farm near Rock H ... Reward e
one who will let me know of their wb. -abouta