The west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1875-1891, January 01, 1876, Page 12, Image 12

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THE WEST SHORE.
January.
I.INN COUNTY.
(Continued from page 9.)
and dealer in agricultural implements, has
been located here for a numler of years,
and is very popular.
Such "loves of bonnets," and such fash
ionable suits as are displayed at Mrs. S. A.
John's millinery and dressmaking establish
ment, is sufficient to convince a stranger
that the Albany ladies do not mean to be
outdone by their sisters of other cities in
fashionable attire.
Joe Webber, Chief of the Fire iJepart
mcnt, has a very neat burlier shop.
L. F. Royal is also a popular tonsorial
artist.
A. Carothers & Co., long and favorably
known as "the Albany druggists," occupy
a line two-story brick building, have an ex
tensive wholesale trade, manufacture soda
water " for the trade " at the proper season,
and are the proprietors and manufacturers
of a well-known pile pill and ointment.
The county being strongly Democratic,
is naturally strplied with the usual number
of " refreshment saloons." The princial
ones are: George's, kept by George Weller;
MackW, by James Merrick) the Bivouac,
presided over by F. A. Peters; Our Henry's,
by the well-known C. Hauek; The Hank
Kxchango, by J. H. & A. Taylor; the Oc
cidental Wine Rooms, by J. W. Ilcrcaw;
and The Ranger, by Win. Gird, owner of
llie five-year-old running hone, Bill Gird
and die seven-year-old trotter Anteloie.
The above is by no means a full list of
the business of Alliany, but we reserve the
balance for a future article.
SIIXDI),
located in Linn county on the 0. C. R. R.,
thirteen miles from Albany and ninety
three from Portland, ii a thriving village of
about 100 inhabitants, is csually noted
u a (hipping point for grain, etc., and is
pcrhas the only village in the world having
to few inhabitants and still affording the
publication of a paper in its midst.
A large general merchandise store of,
considerable nte is the one kept by A.
Iewis. Mr, L, ia popular, and docs a
good share of business.
F. 11. Stroeter keeps a lodging and
boarding-house, and offers fair accommo
dation. v
Mr. 11. M. Kinlcvhas charge of thrwcll
comluctcd school.
( W. L Wade, physician, the only one
residing here, rrioris the locality as re
markably healthy; but, as the population
is having a "natural increuse" very rapid
ly, l)r. W. is keit pretty busy.
What is remarkable almut the village us
that, for so small a place, it contains many
fine resiliences which would lie a credit to
ritiea of 10,000 inhabitants, The traveller
by rail will at once notice M r. 0, 1'. Porter's,
Mr. Shcdd's, and the resiliences of Inith
Mr. C. R. and A. Wheeler.
Thete are two neat churches hero; and,
in fad, everything to male it agreeable and
desirable as a place of residence.
Five miles further south we come to
11AI.SKV,
a lively station of 100 inhabitants on the
O. 4 C. K. R with Mr. J. II. Thomson
(formerly of Portland), as the comiauy's
agent and statlnnmastcr. , -
liiis Is one of the principal grain and
flan-seed shipping ints on the line. The
people an? thriving and enterprising.
v ,H.iUey one of the sirongMds of tem
perance. The I. 0. 11. T, of which Mr.
Pan 11. Allen is one of the principal lead
ers, liave a lulge with a membership of
over too, and there is not a single saloon
in the town.
There art two neat chim het. and a verv
flood and Urge school-house here.
The town also lias a bras hand, which
as yet is in its iiilaucy, but is "doing as well
as could lie expecn-vl under the circum
stances." J. Thomon A Son are the pioneer
merchants of the town, hove ample capital,
and do an extensive iHtMnesa.
K. Sutter, at die poslolhce store, keeps a
wcll-asaoned stock, is gentlemanly and
vl'Hitng, sod lias splendid run of custom.
J lie llalsey Warehouse Co., with Mr.
A. S. Bassett as president, T. J. Black
manager, and Mr. Frank Presley as princi
pal salesman, do a flourishing business,
not only as warehousemen, but as general
merchants.
P. T. Starr has a full stock of stoves, and
manufactures considerable tinware.
C. 11. Paine & Co. have a large black
smith's shop, and doing a rushing business.
The town has many neat and tasty resi
dences, and everything betokens the " we-mcan-to-stay
" air.
In future issues of the Wbst Shore we
shall have something to say of other of
I.inn county's flourishing villages.
IHKHH COOPS
(tTIWTANTIAr. BARUAINS IN
All WOOL DRESS GOODS,
Can b hrd at 1U7 Third Ml., frnm
J OHM WIIMOM.
VALENTINES,
WBOLrWALR OR RRTAILt '
Put up In Lota of $5, $10, $15,
$20, $25 and $30;
ALHO,
For aale singly at 5 otn. to $0 each.
"Heiit M-rlirely by Msll to any ndilreiM.
J. K. GILL & CO ,
BookHellera, Poftlmid, Or,
la tha moat beautiful work of Hi kind In the
world. UcuiiltiliiH nearly 150 pii. liunilrftUof
flui llllUtrutloiiH, unit cur Cftromo PlaWMQf flour-
ert. beautifully umwn and ooiorra iron, nature.
I'rWWMtniti in paper euvani ; Mrenu bound In
SlAKHDltilUltl.
Virkta riml ttnM, qimrtarty, ft wnU a
jraaf. AtlUrawt, JAUtH VICK,
' ( Hoehwisr, If. Y.
JOMnljF W LIFE,
MY R.OMANiCl' t jt
(Jiving Incidents of Jiorder
Life on the Plains and of the
Oregon and Washington Ter
ritorial Indian Wars, and
a Comparative View of the
Climates and Jlesourres
of the' Southwest, and
Northwest Coast
U.USTRATED WITH MANY
Scones, ami containing; over 500 paces.
HANDSOMELY BOUND.
Prlr. fra.30. II mm to haa at all tat Buck.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
" A Jimrnul (if Army MO," U I tit Hlli of a
UHtk wrliton by lr. It Ultaaii. tit I'uriluiKl, wbu
Who wihOMClWl fur many vtn Httb Mm army mm
a Mirtr.oii, ninl lti-t mi hiU-ivktiiiK Jiiiiriiitl of hi
PXiH-ili'itiVB of army llfr. Till Jmirnl ! pnb
llEnil tn n lnrK and uamtmuiift volutin1 ami re
t'tl. niHliy iiitfrvHttiK Nilvctiltlim, glvltiK nut
only Idea of Uff lu .iuii,. ami KiirriMiu, tuiil In
vrtiHlN iturlloniof thi iftr rt. miiouii LtILm-b
ol liiNsltl IitdliUiit, l)iil hIhiiiihIiiiij III "UHlVtllK
Hn-lilclHi liy diMtlatnti Atlli,'1 lwity IntfltittltllC
Nll UifUino Ilirillinit wllh Kirlli'lilt'iil. Kr.
(IImii'i mpi'iletii ctivrra Hip lltiif whfii Ihft In-
intui wsu ntttni 111 nouiiiern un'Hin Run w llirts
furr nf tuorv limn orJIntiry Hiit-trM to tln iHnple
of Orviioii. Wo ill (Mliimi'tul II Mi hII IIhmo
Md lhy mrm ib rot mtber itin the ixt-nii.ii
who hiv lnlfn'ltsl m Hit flolil iniru amt wllil
It IV In l hit retr Wmt, ir. IsIIumd hu bm-n Air
ninny yi'Hra iHlatilliliil In the iKvoanfii I iirao
ltfnl intvhnim at fitrtlHiitl. unit rrllfvtB Un
inoiiiiliiny m fcia nifiMloit4l Ubun hy omiiill.
IliI timl civ I hK to llieworM IliU Jtiumul ..f n.
tvi-nu In whlHi lit took irt in yiwra foil by.
11 Wtllitmrtttr Hirmtr.
Ornrm n-Hitera will ng.iy In )Rniiiilar tlml
(Minoi thi voiunii which rrfeni to our own lu
Uiiiu wr of lk,W. It mill- 10 mrmnrv vf ntn
lliHl wrr of llirllllnK lairl at tlit u'mc, tml
llatinra Hint were lliru n.mii rvrrv tiiUiui. tmi
nimiy nl wiilrh hf twn hIiikmh rrlln. Tti
work ii lniuiijr iMltiiftl ana b m aumtMrof
nrvliij( -UnvtN'uii.
AHi iltlr tndloalva, It a hUtory of arniy
lltV, i.hsMTw1 hy ih Rliihiir.iiml givi h riimI
tcmmih aad miMunt iwmu ut I hi Intltui
atuf 001 H4u aiitl Wavtaouttioii IcrriUstt (roai
IsVtolHA llfauinol f-U ,7wof tnlfrraf lol
oM irvontan, aoj hri.M in I)iom who UIh I
Mtrmltoti a to llw aarly III of iu UKiurr. I
The U tiwitilvotiily hnuau. orliilnl ou rlrwr
mill I 111 trtT way worth thftiitwrrtpilou i
kiiiI wilt aiiif ly rrjxy mi)oiii in ntttl it.
-IV 'MrTllTtoir'.
We rtfard thla honk of rare Itlrmt.
In (untiretlon with lh vrm In which lit- wan
lllllimtlNlrly Mtllof nirtl, hf bswi 1rn urn uul(i ui
rnoyi'loiNHtlac aitunl of rurrvnt rtiia in the'
army and navy, llirouftmui Hi biintrra of lt !
(Huintn knil.su th tiiKh u ti.. 1
vlnriat an a'oant of tha Indian wat o( in
urrwnn and WMhtntton Tmttory. ThV iKit-sr
of tlww jmra, tn eV.mhrm Orviuo. umT hi ill!
laiKitt an tuusMly inu-rrlu..
Office of the Singer Manufacturing Company,
No, 105 Third Street, Portland, May 27, 1815.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT!
Nam. ol Company and Maclilne. joldjsrl nld 1874. InoresM or Deereas,
Tho flln,r MannractarlnffCoI ' II3M M1.679 Increase 9.S3S
sxi&."-s'ram "SMS is K;sn
K;iwc' - as ass -
sr.: ,.,. " us
Am-rlc. a U. " . S5
Florf.no " . i-i" ' .
Victor "
,tn I. F- Branoriorf C. a.ol l,ai
i Note or Honthlr InataUmant Plsn, aria a Ubml
ant mad. for cash.
lis aatur SSI., Han VrnnUol M Union flnnta,
Great Clearance Sale!
AT-
"THE WHITE HOUSE,"
OF-
Winter Dry Goods and Millinery,
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING IMPORTATIONS.
LEWIS STRAUSS, 87 Kirst street
The Silver Steel DIAMOND Cross-Cut SawT"
SOLE MANUFACTURERS!
E. C. ATKINS 3c CO.,
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
.(.MIL...
IS (he I'hrniH-ftl Haw In th World. bccatiHe It ia tnanufartuml of VUIr Tool HtMl, and
haa the Im'nI rutllnx principle yet applletl Ioniwi. Svery saw wnrrantrd to cut from 28 to 80
cordis of wood without filing. (It Ii the easiest kept In ornftr. It will remiire no irtitntnlng fbr a
long time. Time Ik money, and tn the iamn number of noun you enn produce greater reaulU with
ivw iho r. nfnn nir n Mtmpi', mm it mniit) jou nnr inrawi.
rMi rap. iRfiHuniK usmiiice at
Bin F4H ll,.l. .,.....,U Mll.n.
' 1
HHM4Utilx feel, ! 81 1 and a half, Tlf i Reven feet.
KIBU tHI-;i,KON, Enwti Portland.
Oregoa Traarfer Company.
OITICE AND HACK STABLE,
W. comer mt ghfud nd SUrk Btrccta,
UNTIL P1TKTHKR NOTICE. OUR CA-R-liuge
RiiU-s will ae an folio wi:
Calllnirnr Rttllnf In (neclty limit, f I an honr
To or 1 ii) tn Trains and MleumbotiU,50csnU each
perm n.
To mid (him Omoerti, Tlu'stcn, BhIIb and Par
lloi.ll OOacouiile.
Funerali, euch Hack, tl 00 an hour.
IT All nnl-n irlTrii tn Ihn Prkerf. or If It it th? Met',
it
"THE GERMAN PHARMACY "
Or WM. PFUNDER.
Ankeny's New Theater Block,
Cur. Flrat and Ah hu.,
WW? . i-.-n.niiu. wn-gon,
i viuwiiwiiira
For MtMllcIn
And Rare CbemtraU
ait uiaprnveu.
Tho oomponndlns of Pretoriptlona
n HptH'liiliy, AltfiidttiU'e roiiipeii-uL
A full HtOCk of
Toilet Articles and rertamcry.
wr mir noai nun ronnuiiH with choice
RynipMid Miueral Wmr lu lull opfrntlon.
READ AND SHQWYOUR NEIGHBOR I
A MKKICA N WATt'H KM AT PRirEH IX)WER
A V (Inm any oilier tutttl.Hulimrul on Hid (hmii.
w e have -(oIhI price Hut which we will aemt tn
any tuldn'M upon Hppllrutlon. . Hill aMirt men!
or Jewelry and Hilter Ware alwuyi on band al
the low.-.! prlww. Jewelry inaile lo order at the
ortet noileo. upwind aileutiou pulil to repitir
In U al. hw, mi.) Jfwi-lry by experienced work
men. Tin-only Jewelry Mrinunu'tory In Portland.
" Ureifnn Jewflry MiinuincllirlnK Co.
, . U C. HKNH1LHHKN 4 OX, Piopr'a.
No. Iih KltM hi., IVrtlaml, otrm. I
i. Kaufman. m. h. hihit. f. s. akix.
Kaufman, Hecht & Akin,
Hoots & Shoes,
( rltUJl BTKEET,
I'onkuA Oreeon.
Mar. II. .nW,. ,,, H BwuJ,
BPAULDINO BROS.
Ial.r. IQ
FRESH MKATS of all kinds, Mess Beef
". Ham.. Bacon, LarJ.Kio..
fontml H.H.M. .II. N i a, n.KU.4
BRUT EASTERN CLOTHING SfOREl
" 'lAitniK
I Allf.? '2 "KMTIf CtXTOM - M ABE
ill Ti" i'"' 1 '""""I. Trans,, VallonL IT
ST. CHARLES HOTri,
Corner of Front and Morrison JVli;ets
PORTLAND, eRKeON,
PERKINS, COeOAN, Co, ProprloOra,
First Class Stand,
irst Class Cigars,
irst Class Custom.
IRST AND ALDER.
A NEW INVENTION.
' JlllV on. HmTO fe
CtHlTRNS QUICKKR, EA8IKR a MARKS
I more Butter out ot tlia same amount ot
tn-ani, ibau uj other cbum la tne market.
SAXXROOM,
II itrM, bHwHn First and SMand.
AGENTS WANTED.
ltovt-tf , , ,
Chas. B. Talbot,
ENGRAVER.
Card, Mews, v
Initial Letters?
Monograms,-.
' ' Trademarks,
. labels, Stamps'
and Drawings,
Yamhill bet. First St.", 4 Second.