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The state rights democrat. [volume] (Albany, Linn County, Oregon) 1865-1900, September 30, 1887, Image 4

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State or ObeuoM.Exbcltive Depart J
mknt, Salem, Sept. lit, 1W7. )
By the authority retted in me by the leg
islative assembly of the state of Oregon, I,
Sylvester Pcnnover, Governor, 60 hereby
submit to the legal voters of the state, at a
asocial election hereby called to be held on
Tuesday succeeding the first Monday in
November, 1007, the following proposed
amendments to the ttate constitution.
Section i. The manufacture, salc.or the
giving away, Or the offering to tell or give
away, or the keeping for sale, of any spirit
uous, vinous, malt, distilled, fermented, or
any intoxicating liquors whatever, is prohib
ited in this state, except for medicinal .scien
tific, or mechanical purposes.
Section 3. The legislative assembly shall
provide by law in what manner, by whom,
and at what place such liquors, or any of
them, shall be manufactured or sold.or kept
for sale for medicinal,scientif)c or mechanical
Section 3. This amendment shall take
effect and be in full force in six months
from the date of its ratification by the elec
tors. Section 4. The legislative assembly shall
without delay pats all necessary laws with
sufficient penalties necessary to enforce I his
Article Mil.
Section t. The Governor, Secretary of
State, Treasurer of State, Judge of the Su
preme Court, and all other state officers of
this state shall receive an annual salary of
such sum as the legislative assembly shall
hereafter by law for each of such officers
provide ; provided.that when the legislative
assembly shall have by law fixed the salary
of anv such officer, such salary shall neither
be increased nor diminished during the term
for which the incumbent of such office shall
have been elected or appointed.
Article II.
Section 14. General elections shall be
held on Tuesday nevt after thehrst Mondav
fl I LI 1 It
in -os ciiincr, Dicnmany. 1
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the great seal of
the state of Oregon to be attixed.thts 1st day
of September, A. D . 1SS7.
L. a. Sylvester Penmoyer,
By the Governor :
Geo. W McBride,
Secretary of Mate.
Red Cro wnMills
Highest Prio in Cash fo
Having sg sumed posBBBBion of
th above mill at Sbedd, we hereby give
notice that we will receive wheataod grind
it for one eighth or Uke it in exchange
The flour will be equsl if not better tban
that of twenty years ago,
Wm Simmons & Finley.
Est ray INotiee.
DunKny, 5 years old. blick etripeslong
back, black mue and tail, horse shoe brand
on tiu A hm.new shoes all round l.ust n
Hsiseiy. Anyone finding same wi!l confer
a favor by writing me at Oakville. Or., or
etaruig word at Koontx k Laue, Halaey.
K.G. Smith.
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
AocommodalioDH nnanrpaased for com
fort and safety. Fares and freights via.
Taquina and the Oreg Development
Company's Steamship much leas tban by
any other route between ail jx.lnta in the
Willamette Valley and San Francisco.
Daily fansengcr trains eneeft Sundays.
Leave Ysquins, 6 JO a.m. Leave Albany, 1:00 r. a,
Leave CorrJlt,10:3g a.m. Lesve Corsllis, l:!7r.B.
Arrive Albany, 11:15 A. m j Arrive Yaquloa, 6:50 r. m.
Oregon and California trains connect at
Albany and Corvallis.
njf m. ,
General Manager.
C. .'. HOI.I K,
A. U. r. sad P. Agent, CorvalUa, Or.
Oregon Developement Co.
First-class Steamship line between
Yquina and ban Irancieco connecting at
Yaqnioa with tbe trains of the Oregon
Paeiflo llailroad Company.
AlL,13iG DA1KN .
raos rsduivA
W. V., WmJoesday, Sept. 7
K. , Mvuiley, Bvot. 12th
rsos sss rsAXCisco
W. V Wednesday, 8ep.lt
i. O,, HunOay, hept. lth
Y. ' ., Pridar, hpt. 23rd
W. V., Tuesday, Sept. 27
E. O., Us-urdsy, Oct. 1st
Y. 4 Tuesday, Oct. 4th
Y. Q.,Thuriy, dept. 16th
W. V., Monds, tept. 10th
E. O., Baiorday, oopt. 21
Y. C , Wuesiiay,Set. 28
The Comprny rt
change t-siiing day-.
eryes . igbt to
L. B TY,
Oen. P. sad V. Agent,
304 Montgomery St., Bso. Frsaclsoo, Cal.
Oregon & Caiifbrula It. B,
Close connection! made at Asbsnd with states, of
Use Cilifornla, Ores; nd Idaho State Ceqipaoy.
Oal SB Mileaal SlaglBB.
Time Itetwoen aJhary aid Bet. Frvueisei, 86 hour.
4.U0 r. m.
S:fttr s
8:30 A S
Leave Portland Arrive 10:40 AS
beava Albany Ieave 7:00 a B
Ar.lve Ashjsud heave 6:40 r B
local rASSBNOBs tsaiss dailv except Sunday).
:00 a a Leave
1 2:40 r a Ieave
t:4Srs Arrive
Huron e
Arriv. ; 3:45 r S
Lesve i 11:36 a a
Leave ! 0 00 a s
local rAASSsesa tsaiss baily.
S I') r a I Lesva
t:Ur M j Arritv
12:60 rm I Leave
1 :M t m Arrive
Arrive I 6:45 a a
Leave I 6:60 a m
Arrive I 2:4-rs
Leave 2:0i.i r M
dairy between Portland and Ashland.
The O sad CK& Perry mskes connections with all
the rea-ular tsins on the Past tilde Diviaiou from foot
ef W Bwest.
West Bide Mrlalea.
mAjlvsaix daily (except Bungay.)
7:3 AM lovt, fart laud Arrive i:15 r u
11:36 r u Arrive Corvalua lava 1 :SQ r M
E.vri.ESs TBA1KS BAILY (excp'. Sunday .)
Arrive I 9:00 A M
1jsvs 6.46 A M
At Alhat y and Corvallis connect vftb trains of
Oregon Pa:ifiu Uailroad
Perfu'l Inforsistiou rej-arJinjr rates, maps, ste.,
sell en C.unany' Areut.
Tweedale & Hopkins,
Hardware, Tin and Cop
per Ware, Pumns, Rub
ber Hose, and Plumbing
Notice of Administrator's Sale of
Rial Estate.
v.ttiru. m hanhv sivsn that. uuU r and
. wm j W " -
k. lriua nf an nnlr llf H S still S UISUS
aiid eutereu of record by the County
Court of Lion county. Oregon, In the
matter of the eatate of T. I.. Porter, eV
oeased, the undersigned at Administrator
. ess
or valU estate, win, vn
rtatarelef . the 1st day el ttrluber. IHMt.
at the hour of one o'clock, n. ni. of said
day, si uieuoor oi mo v uun iisbbj -baiiv,
Liau onunty, OreRon, otter lor sale
at publlo auotion to the hlatiest blddei for
ani.i until, nahh In hand, all of tbe Herat.
title. Interest and estate of said T. L, farter
deceased, at tbe time of bis uratti. ou, in
i,, i k fitllrtwlnir ilrsorl.Mi titsl nroo
ertv, to-wit : Lots 5, 0, 7 and b In tllock
It in the town of Ualssy. Iduo county,
Oreaoi., said sale will bo made sut'Jeet to
cob fli mat ion by said Court.
... . aatw .
Albaay, Aug. inn, 1007.
Executor's Sale.
NntiM ia harabv ffiveu that thf under-
siosd, Kieoator of the esute of Cbsrlcs H.
Cowan, deceased, by older of the Coaoty
m. m. . A -A . S J
Court ol una oouuty, urejf.n. amy nwai
sod eotored of record, on September 5th,
iso;, win on
Betonlay iBe-Bth sUy sf Octaber, IBM.
m.t the hoar of oae o'clock, in the afterncon,
at oublio suction, at the Court House door
in Albaay, Una county, uregoo, sen an tne
right, title, interest and estate ef th said
Charles H. Cowan, at the time of his death,
both inlaw and in equity, tusud to the follow
iog described real property, te-wit i The
east half ef aeot ion 29 ia Tp. U, Sof R3.
west af the WillsmetU Meridian in Linn
coauty, Oregon, the sssoe being the orixinsl
dunatioa land claim of Margaret Jackson,
nd the heirs of John M. Jackson, deoaased.
Not. No. 3080. oontsining 90 acres more or
lees. Also LoU No. 1, 5, 3 and 4 in Block
No. 106. In Hackieman'a Addition to the
I'nv of Albsnv. Oreson. Abo liOts No. .
g sad 7 in i lk No. 107 in Hacklemaa's
Arlditirm f o the Citv of Albaoi . Oreaon.
Termr ol sale -Cash in hand ou the day of
J. L Cowab,
Att'y of Kxeeotor.
Sheriffs Sale.
In tht Circuit Comrt of the Stale ot Ortyncr
Llnm County.
Christopher Mibemaglo, Plaintiff.
The Society e4 the Most Precious Blood
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtpe
of an execution and order ef sale lnt i
out of tbe above named Com t In the above
entitled suit, I will on
satarday the BIEt day st Ortsber, IBB7,
at tbe boor of one o'clock, p. m , at tbe
Court House door lu the City of Albany,
Linn county, Oregon, sell at public sue
tton for cash in hand to the biahOBt bid
der the real property described in said or
der of sale, as fo.lows, to-wit s Beginning
st a point 90 rods east of t bo northwest
corner of toe donation Ian clalBgajf Jsiut-t
Loom and wife and running thane south
lid rods; thence east 142 rods; tbenoe
north 100 rods , thence west 142 rods to
to loo roos, tucoce wesi ts reus to
place of beginning, cootainiog 142
bs wore or leas and being part of Sco
ts 2. 3, 10 and 11 In Township 10, 8 K 1
the Dlace of beainninff. containioa 142
east ef tbe illamette meridian in Linn
countj, Oregon, tbe proceeds arising from
tbe sale of amid premises to be applied
flu st to tbe pay meet of tbe oosta and die
burse menU of suit ttxed at 921.05 and the
coats and expemts of sale and the sum of
S40 Attorney's fees. Next to tbe payment
to tbe Plaintiff herein tno sum or fsosot
in U. S. sold eoln with Interest at the rate
of 10 tier cent ner annum from the 27th
day of June, 187, and tbe surplus if any
to be paid to tbe Defendant berein.
Dated sept. Bib, 1B7.
D. 8. Smith,
Sheriffs Sale.
In the Cirtuii Curt oj the Matt of Oregon or
Linn County.
Anthony Bender, Plali.tiff.
The Society of the Most Precious Blood,
NOTICE Is hereby given that by virtue
of an execution and order of sale issned
out of the above named Court In th shovs
entitled suit, I will on
lata r day the Stb day ef October, IBB7,
at the boor of one o'clock, p. m., at tbe
Court House door In tbe city of Albany,
Linn county, Oregon, sell at public auc
tion for cash in hand tj tbe highest bid
dot tbe rest property described in said
nstice of sale as follows: Lets one (I),
two (2) and (3), being 50 11-100 acres.known
as tbe Lien her place in section 10, Town
ship 10, 8 K least. Also tbe following
tracr, to-wit : Beginning at tho N E cor
nor of George W Bilyou's donation h;nd
claim and running thence west 100 rods ;
ther.ee sout j 12908-100 rods; thence east
160 rods; tbenoe north 129 08 100 rods to
the place of beginning, containing 120 08
100 acres, more or less and being In See
tion 10, Township 10, 8 K 1 east, in Linn
county. Oregon, tbe proceeds arrising
from the sale of ssid premises to be sp
plied first to the pay meut ef the costs and
disbursements of suit taxed at f 21 95 and
tbe costa and expenses of sale ad tho
sum of 9100 Attorney's fss, next to the
payment to tbe Plain iff herein the sum
of 91506,61 In U. 8. gold coin with interest
thereon at tbe rste of 8 per cent per annum
from tbe 27th dsy of June, 1887. and the
residue If any to tie paid to the Defendant,
Dated ibis 8th day of Septum be.-, 1887.
P. 8 Smith,
1887, 1888.
first Terai Opens September l.'tlb, 1887.
A tull corps of instructor.-
Courses of ttndy arranged to meet tbe
need of all grades of students.
S ferial inducements offered to students
from abroad.
Tuition ranges from $5.50 to 912,50,
Board in private CurPJcb at ir.w rates.
Kooms lor eelf-boardiog at samilexrensa.
A carelni supervisiou exorcised over stu
deals away from home. Fall term opens
September 7tb, For circulars and full
particulars address tbe President,
from a common Blotch or Eruption,
... . L ....ninlii till.haHa.
lijp Vijjj iyot ikstvi AT Bajfisj
tunwe-d .y bad blood ai
.nlor its bvnlait Intlm no
conquered by this pow
I.. . I.iv 1 1., im infull.!m, S
M miiI.U hiid 11 tutor Ita tH-nlu-li tliflut IllV.
Baneelulfy Iiha it iiiatdfnstnd its iotctioy In
curing; Tcttor, Itoee Ituh. Moll
a. car
a HO
mnA kunl i I er.i- llln Jnlut
IS k tin Mum llititrn. Goitre, or V.
Mr C m . .rX..a wl.-S. " - La
mtts in stnwi s fr a largo tnatiso, with ooJ
rut! ntatA. nn Hkin Dlw-nnu. ur tho asms
iissnssitpy usuur sir. jriereey
MAleavl Pisrovvry, and fop1
ts fair akliie buoyant iir-
I.- .11.1 MMIIVth. 1
Milan. UL is
son ltd tic ss of
constitution. swaMwhw.
irc it gili, an a
whir ta HMraioaa uiipase
Luais, is unimptly and wruUuly srrretsHl
I i.y tin licxiHrivon ri'mi-uy, ir usw
limt stoiovior tin- d)Miie ntv r, iwlin
1 1 1(" hint I
n It wouUrful tsiwrr ovir this tirrlbly
slBsBBBj wBBts nrss over i hit tnts noweet-
ebrtitil M'Miodv to tno
publlo, I)t I'lBBOB
IftiJE It his "( on.
thnusht anrlonalr of ml
BBBBBtlou Cure," btitslsindoneit timt nemo
SB too UiiilUd for n Oiotllclno win. h. from Its
tnBsalU'rwtivo. or bloo-M Xiumliijf . sntlddltoofl,
iWonil.stidmitrlttvo i-n-M ril a,U utMMjueJsd,
not only as a retucUy l.r coueuuiptiuu vital
uiooraiunnuoii ui lonio, or ftin'iurirtu-
Binge, out iur au
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
If woo feel doH. drowsy, doMlltated, have
sallow color of asm. or I lvw tan-brown apohl
on fs,ti or biKly, fni u'iit hcadsoho or dtast
neas. Bed test in nvmtn. itturtwu neat or
alt"rn.it ir.ir wlitt l- .t flOHlifS, low
spirits and
ffUxiitiy horobodlnirs, liiffulsx
owtol foiurwK. you aro aurfc
rfnjr front In
id Torpid Liver,
n many osaea only
in many caaas oniy
are eapnrh-noed. As
oaace, r. riereeB
Ilscovcry has do
part ot inro symptoms
a mnwlr fr all such i
cioldctt 33edtca4 Vlaeovory
VorWeak Loafs, Hpltttnar off Blood,
Bkortueas of
ssreattt, llronrbttls,
Bevere fosihe. Consasnptlc
kindred sJeestoas. it ts a sovereign
Bend ton ctits In stomps fr hr.
ptlon, and
n itmay.
DDine ci nn on o
rniOt. 4 I tWi aTOaa
WnVs BsafMHtfy Hisilcti tttwItthN,
Arrri.liiLiOfja and catii abtic
olst y vruegista. as wuis a vau.
m ooeroa try me sas swore
of l)r. Sage's Ostarrh Bsaasdy
for s oaso of catarrh whiah thecr
cannra cure.
if you
Tuffs Pills
Taesiyoeaatisesieas the medietas as ass
tban a aarwattv . To be
saaBMHBs, it most rontalu
Tonic, Alterative and
Cathartic Properties.
Tott'a Pills -assess b qualities 1st
Speedily Restore
tttv bowels tbelr aataal aaertetaltl
toilon, se esMMBBttal to ra-susurity.
Sold Everywhere.
Conrad Meyer.
Corner firoadalbin and First 8tsM
Canard Fraifa, laauei Meats,
fjlassware, QueeuBwatre,
Dried i rults, VegeUtblea,
Tobaeeo, ClgtAtris,
Nugar, Kplrew,
Caflec. Tea
Kir,, Etc.,
In fact everything that is kept la a gen
rai variety and grocery store. Blghast
market price paid for
Albany Soda Works,
And Manufacturers of
We are bow prepared to sell at whole
tale, always fresh and pnre at Portland
frios to dealers, We also keep a foil
has af
Hiits and Tropical Fruits,
department -is com We keep tbe
vary finest stexk of suokgand chewing
tobacco, meerschaum snd brier pipes that
is a detlgbt to smokers.
fa the Circuit Court of the HtaU of Oregon, fbr
Linn county.
C W Cur!, Plaintiff,
John T Willuins, Msitria Williams, Danie'
W WiUiiins ati'i H li:y li fcudants.
To John T Williams. Martha Willisno
Dan I W W'nli inx,t l,r. t lie al ove named
defendants :
Ik the name of the 8tste of Oregon, you are
hereby required to aionr and answer the
complaint of iliu ahoyo plaintiff in the above
entitled Court, now nn Hie with the Clerk of
said Court, against you in the above entitled
cause, by the first day of the next reg ilar
term following the expiration of the time
prescribed to the order of publication herein,
which tn m u ill commecce on Ihs fourth Mon
day in Octrier, 1887. And yon aro hereby
notified htit if yru fail so to answer, the
plaintiff will apidy to the Court for therelier
demanded iti Ida said complaint, which is to
foreclose a certain mortgage made by the de
fendants, John T Williams and Martha Wil
lisms, to ssid pUintiff on tha 23rd day of
March, 188U, to secure the payment in gold
coin of a cet tain prontisoi y note to the order
of C D Turner for the sum of $600, with in
terest thereon at the rate of 8 percent, per
annum, which said note was made by A M
& M Young, N Young uud tho defendant,
John T Wiliiams.and aft. r wards transferred
to plaintiff by said C I) Turner, which mort
gago is upon the S E J of the SK of Sect.
14, snd the E J of the N 1 $ of Sect. 23, and
the S W i of tne NW of Sect. 24 in T 10 8
R 1 W of the Ifillamctte Meridian, in Linn
county, Oregon, coutaiamg 160 acres, and is
recorded on page 49S of Look R. Record ci
mortgages in said county, and lor general re
lief. This Summons it published by order of
Hon, E. P. Boise, J idgoef said Court, made
at Chambers in the City ot Baiem, Oregon,
'he 8tn day of Septe nber, 1887.
W. R. BiLYEtr,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Proprk?turs, 0C3 UaJa St-, Dctfaxo,
nave a mem
Ik mmnt
at IBs
Womn'i ChrliUu Tenpeniee lilfi
The W. a T. U. maota on the lit
aud 3rd Tuei day of each Booth at $
o'clock r. m at tba A. O. U. W. Halt,
ovar French's Jewelry Store.
' bbbsb
Of their own sccord the 400 convicts In
the pcnltentisry In Nashville, Tenn., hsvs
Issued a stirring up peal, urging the peo
pie to favor the Prohibitory Amendment.
There Is a touch of pathos In their plea,
and It ought to Influence votes.
In a recent address before the Women's
General Mlsalonary of the U. P. Church
Mi Nsrclssa White thus strongly puts
the Missionary's view of the rum traffic l
"I was present she saya not long sgo at a
farewell meeting near Pittsburg, ol
Preabytsrlse Missionary to Africa, who
waa about returning to the Held which he
had occupied for years, and 1 shall never
forget hi burning words, as with stream
Iuk evea he said : 'Christian frlends,you
ssk me how best you can help me In the
tureiuu field. By slopping the rum trsf
flc. We missionaries do grow hossc sick,
our heart do sche sometime with long
inc even to see sn American face. And,
yet we, as mlaaionaries, have learned to
grow taint with terror whenever we see
the approach of an English or American
flag ; because we know that flag covers a
cargo of whisky or rum, which, In one
week, may undo the work of year. Breth
ren, for God's sake, atop the rum trafhe.'
A cold water fountain has lately been
erected by the W. C. T. U. of Jersey City
It is central, and thus stand In the way of
temptation as a perpetual monitor for the
right. The Mayor of the city speak of It
thus: -The Woman' Christian Temper
ancc Unions have been doing the work ol
the Master in erecting this fountain, and
dedicating it to public use. It has been
a cry of shame that every man, rich or
poor, who desire a drink of water in thi
city, while away from his own house.must
go Into s rum a bop to get it. Saloons by
the baailrada but a drink of water no
where else P
The National W. C. T. U. Convention
of the W. C.T. U. will be held In Sash
ellla Tnn tieainnine? Nov. lOth. A
Daily Univs Signal will be published dur
ing the session, giving a detailed accouat
of the convention. Price for convention
members, 2$ cent.
The new Massachusetts state holiday,
Labor Day, gave the police of Boston the
trouble of 149 arrest for drunkenne,out
of the whole number arretted for all of
fences, which was jot Station three and
four, the West and South Ends, had the
largest number of drunks, forty each,
while ststion one. st the North End. did
not do even its average daily burinese
South Boston was also very quiet. Tbe
arrett on July 5th of this year, the date
on which "the glorious Fourth" was bale
brated a holiday supposed to be especial
U proline in drunkenness numbered
onlv t jo, of which 08 were Independently
drunk. Nearly every cell In the Tombs
on Labor Day evening had lour, five or
sis occupants. In the Municipal Court
on the following day a reporter took out
hi watch snd found thst the Judge "turn
ed out" eight "drunka" a minute, with a
fine of $ without cost. This was done
minute after minute. A large proportion
of them were picnic Imbibers from the
poc kct flask, and members of the escur-
si on of the day, which so many respect
able people, In families, attend.
The Colleges of Michigan are over,
whclmingly prohibition In sentiment.
Kalamazoo took a vote of 105 lor prohibl
t ion to one against it ; at Ypsilantl Bual
nes College two-thirds ol the students
sre lor prohibition ; the State University
st Adrian has a prohibition club ol 300
members ; Hillsdslc College s club of 70,
snd the State Normal 60 ; Albion College
has s club of 60, while the Agricultural
College prohlbiton club has too members.
si m ea 1
Here is s significant paragraph from the
Msrrc,published at Tyler,Tex. : "Kan
sas has 100,000 more people than Texas.
K tnsas has one penitentiary with nine
hundred and ninety -six prisoners. This
is the result of prohibition. Texas has
100,000 less people than Kansas and her
liquor-traffic. Texas has two large penl-
tentlarle with Sfloo convicts. The spring
court w ill tend about five hundred more.
Don't you think prohibition a necessity ?"
If we are to have drunkards in the fu
ture, some of them are to come from the
boy to whom I am writing, and I ask you
again If you want to be one of them? No!
of course you don't.
Well, 1 have a plan lor you that Is just
a sure to save you from such a late as the
sun is to rise to-morrow morning. It
never failed ; it never will fail ; and I
think It is worth knowing. Never touch
liquor in any form. That is the plan, and
it is not only worth knowing.but it is worth
putting In practice.
I know you don't drink now.and it seems
to you as if you never would. But your
temptation will come, and it probably will
come in this way : You will find yourself
some time with a number of companions,
and they will have a bottle of wine on the
table. They will drink and offer it to you.
T.iey will regard it ae a manly practice,and
very likely they will look upon you as a
milk-sop If you don't indulge with them
Then what will you do ? Ah, what will
you do ? Will you say, No, No ! none of
that stuff for tne ! I know a trick worth
h ilf a dozen of that ! or will you take the
glass, with your - own common sense pro
testing and your conscience making the
whole draught bitter and a feeling that
you have damaged yourself.and then go on
with a hot head and a skulky soul that, at
once begins to make apologies for itself
and will keep doing so during all its life ?
Boys,do not become drunkards. Dr. Hol
land. Color blindness is twice a common
among Quakers as it is among the rest ol
the community, owing to their having
dressed in drab for generations, and thus
liSMSftd tVw cninr
fSfiiv! afraid fSm)
awas ntsis saw luaa.
THE DirrsttiNCE.
Amri0ft English.
Railroad, Railway.
Ticket office, Book office.
Station agent, Station dark.
Baggage room, Cloak room.
Car, Carriage.
Baggage, Luggage.
Baggage car, Luggage van.
Mail car, Post van.
Conductor, Guard.
Engineer, Driver.
Fireman, Stoker.
Freight oar, Goods van.
Trunk, Box.
Valise, Portmanteau.
Satchel, Bag.
Street car, Tramways.
Hotel dining room, Coffee room.
Elevator, Lift.
Crackers, Dlscult.
Broil, frlll.
Dessert, Sweets.
Lettuce,cetery,etc, Greens.
Lemonade, Lemon quah.
Pulverised sugar, Silted sugar.
Pitcher, Jug.
Chicken, Fowl.
Preserve, Conserve.
Dres wsiat, Bodice.
Vest, Wsiatcoat.
Suspenders, Braces.
Gsltera, Boot.
Boots', Top-boot.
Overcoat, Top-coat.
Pocket-book, Purse.
Street corner, Street turn.
Curved street, Circus.
Head of street, Street top.
Foot of street, Bottom of atreet.
Store, Shop.
Druggist, Chemist.
Coal, Coals.
Public atable. Mew.
Sea beach, The sands.
Casino, Pump-room.
Bath-house, Bathing machine
Some one In the Kansas City Journal
describe one of the (eats of Madame Bla
vatsky.the leader of the Theosophist socle-
Just a lew evening ago, at a small din
ner party, Professor Ctarke,of the geodetic
survey, who was ones a student at Cornell,
in the same class with Governor Foraker,
af Ohio, told me of a strange experience
he once had In New York with Madame
Btavatsky, the notorious theosophist.
He wished to test her supposed super
nstursl powers and see for himself if she
tald do any of the wonderful things alls,
ged, of which Julian Hawthorne Is so fond
of writing. He called and stated the ob
ject ol his errand. The madatne was seat
ed in her arnvchair at one end of her room.
She was graclous,polite,volstile snd agree
able There was a t enter table in the
"Write a letter personal to yourself, M
he said, "about something known only to
yourself, and seal it."
He did so.
"Drop it on the Boor near the table."
This was done. She put her hand near
the carpet.pointed with one finger and the
letter came to her. She took (t up and
made a motion a II to open it
"I beg your pardon," said the tart!ed
professor. "That is a personal and private
Oh, I will not open It," was the reply.
"If you look upon tbe table you will find
a copy of lt.M
She handed the sealed letter to Profes
or Clarke. He went to the table and saw
an exact copy of hi letter in his own hand
writing upon another sheet of paper.
"Seal that up," said Madame Blavauky,
"and when you get horns you will find it
under the table in your study."
"1 put on my hat, thoroughly frighten
ed ' he said to me,"and got out of the house
a soon as I could and rushed home. I
found the copy of my letter just as she said
I would."
How do you explain it ;" I asked.
"There is noesplanatien,' was the reply,
It is said that Mr. Spurgeon.of London,
Is in the habit of testing the abilitle of the
more promising of the students of his col
lege by obliging them to go up into the
pulpit with s scaled envelope in their
hands containing the text ol their address.
On one of these occasions a student, on
opening the paper, found this subject set :
"Apply the story of Zacchcus to your own
qualifications and call. And he deliver-
ed himself in the following way "My
brethren, the story on which I have to ad
dress you to-day ts a comparison between
Zaccheus and my awn qualifications.
Well, the first thing that we read about
Zaccheus was that he was small of suture,
and I never felt so small as I do now. In
the second place, we read that he climbed'
up into a tree, which is very much my po
sition now. Thirdly, we read that Zac
cheus 'made haste to come down,' in which
I joyfully follow his example."
Dr. Charles C. Abbott says that in ex
perimentlng on the intelligence of birds,
when he girdled branches on which birds,
had built their nests, causing the foliage
to shrivel, exposing their nests, although
they had laid their eggs, they would aban
don them ; but if the nests rlready con
tained young bird, notwithstanding the
exposure, they would remain until the
young were able to fly. He placed a num
ber of piece of woolen yarn red, yellow,
purple, and gray in colornear a tree in
which a pair of Baltimore orioles were
building a nest. The pieces of yarn were
all exactly alike except in color. There
was an equal number of each color, and
the red and yellow were placed on the top.
The birds chose only the gray pieces, put
ting in a purple and blue ones when the
nest was nearly finished. Not a red, yel
low, or green strand was used.
.1 a ea
Druake&DssB or the Liquor Habit Positively
Cured by aaadalstsriag Br. Haines'
Golden Specific.
It eaa be given lu a cup of coffee or tea with
out the knowledge ot the person taking It is
absolutely harmless and will effect a perma
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a
moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Thousands ot drunkards have been made tem
perate men who have taken Qolden Specific
In their coffee without their knowledge, and
to-day believe they quit drinking of their own
free will. IT NEVER FAII.H. The system
once Impregnated with the Specific It becomes
an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to
exist. For full particulars, address GOLDEN
SPECIFIC CO., 186 Race St., Cincinnati, 0,
While looking After your supplies in the
above line, don't yoj forget that N ff Allen
St Co. keep jroctties, and don't you forget
that you can get just sa much sugar, tea.cof
fee, nee x anything else for a dollar as yea
can get ia any state ia the city.and all of the
best quality. Call on Allen A Co., when you
want groceries and remember they never al
ow themselves to be undeiaold.
Wood Wanted.
Oak and ash wood wanted at this office
on subscription. Let those who intend to
supply us wood inform us so that we wil
know who to depend upon.
Caavtala tlstl Writs the following
marBsBIs Letter.
From tht AllmnmS. r.. AVrM,
For many ycPhy wife had been
the victim of nervous dyspepsia, of the
chronic, dhueninn and apparently in
curable type from which so many of her
sex suffer, languish and die. It was all
the worse because the tendency to it
was inherited. She had been under the
systematic treatment of many of the
best physicians in New York andUrook
lyn and elsewhere for twenty yeara with
only temporary relief. In fact, there
were few, if any, kinds of food that did
not distress her, so diseased, sensitive
and torpid were all the organs of diges
tion, lite usual symptoms of dyspep
sia, with its concomitant ailments, were
all present bad taste in the mouth,
dull eyes, cold feet and hands, the sense
of a load upon the stomal h, tenderness
on pressure, indigestion, giddiness,
great weakness and prostration, and fu
gitive pains in the sides, chest and back.
1 have often risen in the night and ad
ministered stimulants merely for the
S sake of the slight and transient relief
they gave.
Intermittent malarial fever set in,
complicating the case and making
every symptom more pronounced and
intense. By this time the pneutno
gastric nerves had become very seri
ously involved, and she had chronic
Gastritis, and also what t may be al
lowed to call chronic intermittent ma
laiial fever all at once. For the latter
the physicians prescribed the good, old
fashioned, sheet anchor remedy, Quin
ine gradually increasing the do-.esuntil
incredible as it may seem -she actu
days in 1 russfos. This could not
last. Thc-ffiVf t of the quinine was,
if possiblf j m ..... .the two
fold disease w !..,,. , .cut ing away
her strength and bet hie. Quinine
poisoning as painfully evident, but
the fever was there still Almost every
day there came on the charaet eristic
chill and racking headache, followed
by the usual weakness and collapse.
About thn time I met .'. .ui my
friend Mr. Norton, a member of the
firm of Chatinccy Titus & Company,
brokers, of Albany, who, on hearing
from me these facta, said : " Why, I
have been through almost the same
thing, and have got over it. H 11 What
cured you?" I asked eagerly. Kaa
kine," he said, try it for your wife."
1 had seen Kaskine advertised, but had
no more faith in It than I had in saw
dust, for such a case as hers. Mrs.
Hall had no higher opinion, yot on the
strength of my friend's recommenda
tion I got a bottle and began it use
as directed.
Now recall what I have already said
as to her then condition, and then read
what follows: Under tbe Kaskine
treatment all the dyspeptic symptoms
thawed inttant improvement, and the
daily fever grew less and soon ceased
altogether. Side by side these diseaaes
vanished, as side by side they had tort
ured their victim for ten years the
dyspepsia alone having, as I have said,
existed for twenty years. Her appetite
improved from week to week until she
could eat and digest the avetagc food
that any well person takes, without any
suffering or inconvenience. With re
newed assimilation ot food came, of
course, a steady increase in ilcsh, until
she now looks like her origm.il self.
She still takes Kaskine occasionally,
but with no real need of it, for she is
welt I consider this result a scientific
miracle, and the " New Quinine " is en
titled to the credit of it, for from the
time she liegan with Kaskine she used
no other medicine whatever.
If you think a recital of these facta
calculated to do goot", you are welcome
to make them public.
(Rev.) JAS. L. HALL,
Chaplain Albany, N. Y., Penitentiary.
P. S. -Sometimes letters of tins kind
are published without authority, and in
case any one is inclined to question
the genuineness of the above statement
I will cheerfully reply to any commu
nications addressedto me at the Peni
tentiary. Jas, L Hall.
Other letters of a similar character
from prominent individuals, which
stamp Kaskine as a remedy of un
doubted merit, will be sent on appli
cation. Price $1.00, or six bottles,
$5.00. Sold by Druggists, or sent by
mail on receipt of price.
The Kaskine Company, 54 Warren
St., New York, and 35 Farringdon
Road, London, 1
Anrdews & Hack i em an ,
lebanon, . - OREGONj
I city ia now offered for rent on reason
able terms For particular inquire of er
address Jmk Murray,
Albany, Oregon.
taad narfaotlv &n. "anaK BBS I IIS IM
onraseand absolutely iSHgSBV WORLDS
ssie. jbjuzc m au sues!
large or raiail (tana,
ryot Klfic.
Best Made!
,Ghvnio Die-
i eases ot both
saw yA BB-Bs-BarraT mmw jmb
3 dS . a
tor V 1 SI ESS
I heard of a very peculiar marriage that
took place in the auditorium in Ocean
Grove that sounds almost like a romance.
A young New York broker fell in love
with a country girl while summering here
but the mother, who seems to have been a
sort of he dragon, objected to ihc suit.
She had possibly had some esperience In
her own Hfc.for she averred that "all New
York men was loafers" and would not let
the bad broker near her ewe lamb. The
old lady wa very religions and took her
daughter to the auditorium one Sunday to
hear Dr. Deems preach. What was her
indignation when.in the midst of a hymn,
the young broker entered with a friend
and took up their scats on each side of the
young lady, never heeding the mother's
frown. As the service proceeded she no
ticed that her daughter and the two men
were talking a good deal during 1 he pray
ers, and her indignation knew no bounds;
but she did not want to make a fui during
the prayer. Wh n the services were all
over she turned to her daughter with a
snarl and said :
"You just wait till I get you homc,miss."
"But she is not going home," said the
young broker.
"Not going home F gasped the mother
"Not to your home, anyway. This lady
is my wife. My friend U a minister and
during the services he married aa, Good
And he walked cooly away with his
prise on his arm leaving a very foolish old
woman behind.
The sword presented to General Nelson
A. Miles by the people of Arizona , with
one possible exception, the finest gift of
the kind ever received by an officer of aur
army. The hilt is ot white shark skin and
gold, and i.et with a huge amathyst. It
is ornamented with an engraved portrait
of Chief N aches. The scabbard, of gold,
bears on "ne side a portrait of Geronimo
and a series of pictures of warfsre on the
frontier. On the other side is the inscrip
tion of the presentation. The point can
be made by bending almost to touch the
hilt. The cot is not les than $ioxo.
The following incident I vouched for
by scientific persons : An English gen
tleman was presented witha cask of Malm,
sey sweet wine, which was ordered to be
placed in an Inner room of hi wine cellar.
He was absent from home for a long time
and on his return ordered his butler to
open the wine for hi guests. His aston
ishment may well be imagined alien he
was Informed that the entrance of the
room was closed hv an cnor.i.oua fungus
growth. An entrance was forced by chop
ping the fungus with an ax. The cask
was found empty, pressed against the ceil
ing, supported upon and surrounded by
thi vegetable matter, which almost en
tirely filled up the remaining space in the
fl B. Bunnell, of Bradford, Conn., has
invented an automatic street lamp which
goes by clockwork. When the right hour
cornea a cap is drawn over the wick, leav.
ing a smalt blaxe ; the cap is lifted when
the lamp is needed again. Several of
these are in use in the streets of New
London, and go without any care for sev
days, a large tank of oil supplying them.
When Farragut'a aquadron was before
New Orleans, one of the powder boys saw
a fchell drop dangerously near the maga
zine. The fuse was burning furiously, but
the boy pu ked up the shell and tossed it
overboard. The bov was Oscar Peck. He
lives in Bridgeport. Conn., and he has just
received, in consideration of hi bravery,
back pension money amounting to $4,220.
In the Yellowstone country a large ho
tel is erected upon a great geyser terrace,
and a dormant water crater is the recep
tacle for all the house driinge ; and in the
same romantic region the Chinese laun
drymcn attached to one of the hotels get
through his labors by throwing the clothes
into a bubbling, frothy pool, and fishing
them out when they have been tossed
about enough.
There are two church bells at Mesailla,
Mexico, that are valuable. They were cast
in 1775, and it ia said that just before the
casting was made at least $1,000 worth of
gold and silver jewelry was dropped into
the molten mass of metal by the devout.
who thought thus to propitiate their pa-
tron saints. The bells are to be melted
and the precious meta's recovered.
Sciatica, Scratclaos, Contracted
Lumbago, Sprains. M u solos,
BhsamatLnxi, Strains, Emotions,
Bnrns, Stitches, Hoof Ail,
Scalds, Stiff Joints, Screw
Stings, Backache, Worms,
Bites, Galls, 8winaji
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Galls,
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
Corns, Cracks.
accomplishes for everybody exactly what I claimed
for It. One of the reasons for tie great pop alarity of
the Mustang Ualme&t Is found in Its universal
applicability. Everybody needs such a laedlclnc.
The Lumberman needs lt ln case of accident.
Tho HoaaewtfB needs It for general family use.
Th o Cannier needs It for hts teams ant his men.
The Mechanic needs It always on Bis work
The Miner needs it tn ease of emerges cy.
The Pleneer needs It-oan't get along without it.
The Farmer needs it la his house, his stable,
and hie stock yard.
The Steamboat man er the Boatman seeds
it tn liberal supply afloat and ashore.
The Herse.foaclcr needs it It la bis best
friend and safest reliance.
The 8teeksrrewer needs it It will save him
thousands of dollars and a world of troubl a.
The Railroad man needs it and wtll seed it so
long a his life is a round of accidents and laagers.
The Baek woodsman needs it. Thaw 1 noth
ing like It as an antidote for tbe dangers to life,
limb and comfort which surround the plot eer.
The Merchant needs it about his stt re among
hi employees. Accidents will happen, and when
these come the Mustang Liniment is want d at once.
Keep a Bottle in the Houae. Tl tie beat of
Keep a Bottle la tho Factory. Its Immediate
use ia case of accident saves pain ami loss of wages.
fikeep a Bottle Always ta tbe stable far
use when wanted.
wasansaaa: ww wasv
SYMPTOM! lus,fWtateinoB;
I. . . . tonga coated white
tr ; pan In the back, tides.
stomach ;
sad watr.rb
acid eruli.if
las; headi
Might SS Ks
s thicl',, ymt
ft! high col
a stdittfrn!.
itpet!ti; .m-time n
mdia-ettkm . ftiiulencv
PC's !tmatfv rY.t!vM
". "A?. Wi s psinfu1
? ",'m,t'ir,s
war; aTIHy; I, f,irii;
arance of ike ifcin and eyr ,
oe ; the urine camy
, if allowed to Mnd, deposit
K'riCK'Uy used in ta? South to arouse tha
To,pid Liver to a t..Aihy l.n.
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the
- and BOWELS.
umrm. morse fas
MalarJn, !) pala,
vnfpff Jon. fllHutift,
Mirk !I i'. r,t .annate,
.. . Colta,
Mrntal e preplan, llowrd (omnlatnts.
Rtc. Ktr.. fMc.
Eador d tl ue of 7 Millions of Dottles, as
t Children, f Adults, and for the Aged.
wi to IM iti mamm or the system i
i UMtm, at .00.
Notice for Publication.
Lead Office at Oregon City, Or.,
August 19th, 1817. j
Notice I hereby sjlven that tbe following-
named emitter baa filed notiee of his
Intention to stake final proof in support of
his Halm, and that said proof will be
made bef re tbe County Judge or Clerk,
of Lion county, Oregon, at Albany, Or,, on
Tswsaar, Ortabrr II IB, IBB7,
Tlz : John VV. afetiee. Homestead entry
No. VuH. for lh W U of N W Ki -n.4 v Lr
of H W of Sec. 32, Tp. 13 8. R, 2 E. Ha
m AS MP t 1
BBwsBs me following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon, and colli
ration of, aald land, Tit: t W Howas. J
H J.i;zntannr and L K Brooks, of Sweet
Home Foatoffice, and J A MoGbee, af Al
bany Postofflce, all in Linn county, Or.
W, T. Bcbvk,
Tkm Bt YK&aV Ctl MK a
dirttt to consuntr,
prasnsal ear family n
srdrr, susil jjWes ni
thus yt tasc, eat,
asvt fan with. Tssn
BOOKS contain
from live nuikrti
will mall a copy FREE Sa assy
)a rr-ceitrt ox 19 eta. Sa
of mailing. mm hear !
yott. ttarprctfally,
7 Ac BJBJ Was Avesee, Cfcleaaa, OU
offered for sale represented
as good as the Famous
BI T Tall
And Ilka all Counterfeits lark tbe
Remarkable I, AST I SO Qualities
or the trxcixt.
FstOet. 30 , 188S.
-tl an n fact urea OMT By
Ohtaoied. aud all ther biistnasa ta tba O. A rate
onu attended!! U lor moderats leas.
Our clfioe i oppoait Um U.S. Patsnt OSes, and
cati ubtain Patents teas turn than thos ussiili
fcsnd niudls or drawinr. We - so psJset
mi) ire in enif ;sa wsnsxa o oasf
we obtain latent.
Wa refer here, to the IV t master , the
wor Order li. and to officials trfthsU. S
"icec roreinulsr, advice, tan
"tt:l cliw.t lu your own State nr county,
C . Ae SNOW &CO.,
o,'i!te Patent Office, Washington, D .
Cut to order from woollen
cloths carefully aeiecSaS
for style sod we sr. Brer
pair guarantee daad men
ey promptly refunded, or
a new pur made, it i
are returned as
f acton-.
Tell us about what e
ryou Ike, Mnd us your
aitchip and 'aside lee
measure, together wi'B
t Mid S5 cts, for pottage
(ur prepaid txprew) ssA
r te us, or to the eSa
t-f taninlea will be waft-
packing. Or tea
of sBk paper, and
a - T ..v.. , ht.mm.i i( a? v.
havs deposittnl w iUi the proprietors ot this apw s
ed you, including
ncn tape-mesrure, as we
uumnei u tnese tvAcsstfC lor sale st six cent.
I summer St.. Beaton, Mass.
of the Ape is
ty dTaslah Allen's Wire, vu Ilollv rpext st
last stwini an.id the e hirl of fashion at Saratoga
snd takes off its follies, tl nations, luw ueck diessiur
pug doge, etc., in her inimitable mirth-provoking
style. I he book is profusely illustrated by Opper, the
rtmowned a'tlst i "ruck." svih ni Immenselv.
Piicet2.no. Httlt.N1 A tie NTS H.!STKR. Ad
dresa A. L. RANCROFT A CO., Pub,. San Kranfis
eo, Cal
OtlERtn PRKEs.
uvOers r (' C. t'lmirjf.)
laefehitita, Hillsmshts, and Irn
li E HAVKOOS Kn . n t , Hr Ail.
B nam Dieted -tnd are no prepared to
handle all kinds of hnavy work. We will
manufacture steam Engine. Grist and
Saw Mill Machinery , and all kinds Iron
and RraRA Oastingcs.
rv:tt! nxtiti. iS mNKT NOTICE.
Spec' a! attention eivm to repairing all
lads of aa'iiiuery. Will also manufae
if th imumrirl ''herrr White Grain
Aud Insist yQglPv, THIS
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