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--riia'mfac'.urer of "
FLOUIl aiid SAW MILL
-cSk. C3 TT x 3XT 33 3e. "ST,
and all kind -of
Iron and Prass Castings
J&- Particular Attention paid to repairing ail
kinds of ma. hincry. 41v.i
T FOHAIIOjr OF JIH. JAMES MILLER,
irbvoeciinititftti a .. .. i
nin about 44 years bid, daik cmpexion, 5 feet 8
inches ia hight; formerly of Philadelphia, Pa.,
bat has bee a absent moma Thrte nrvuryewrt, and
when ff, s or twelvo months since,
wasat ftTSkn-y. Lion coan y, Oregm. .Any in
formation ef bint or bis whreulh'ttt nrit be thank
fully reo-ived by bis wife. Mrs. Anna Miller, Ke.
1S9 Mail.u street, Philadelphia, 1'.
May, Xbjkiiwt i ,,-.-,., .
Has nVtx yet bcu known, and no threatening of :
it at present.
Is a thing which sometime mi n't befall every Bon i
all' ies."t. vs, HASS UUUliUl JIUIIJ ll-.I (
rpiIE HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
"V Z O Xs !
lclivered at our Wharf. Albany, by : "" " )
Apr 22-S3.nr v BEACH A M0NTEIT1'.
.N E W -.TO D A Y.
260,000 POINDS OF WOOL 1
For which we wi par ,QB '
ESI GUEST CASH.' PRICE !
" Wool .owners ill do will to rail ..n us before
.'lit.- rjyy-l iteial task advances m.do on
w'o!? :XS P. C I1AHPEP A CO. ,
stitzel"& OPIOW, ''
REAL ESTATE . BROKERS,
G ES ERAL AGENTS.
J. C. iESI)EIim.l' Affent,
jpl ENKRAL LAND AOEXCT FftR OHEtJOX".
jr Kaiahtixlied July. If 8S. An uOiw when
funeral luformntiou ronrcruin tUo rcourcs of
Urosrou cD l dtHmed fri:o 1 charge. -t t. . ti
Lo:ih iiO:rotiutcd on !ir."t Mi.rtagii, Real Es
tate and Coll.it.r.il Sci-ai itii-'S. : IVe bare for a:ilu
a largd amount of fn pcrty located in the town
of lbuny." A'sn. iurana; l.tiidri, of evvry le-i-rii'tooi,
lucatfd in Liun nd oibur counties in
new to day::
0.' your jfe, "it dsraa loya hia vilo bands npoa
you, thai is Siill "a. balm in itiU-ad" by" wliich
yuu iaay be rest red lo prrfui-t h-nUb, au J f.ro-'
l-.inj y.il day ( a niiravuloua extent. .
By ej ir
1 lag on
wiib a JtTipi-
poandei by usj
IHs wbTeyoii cn hare it, w-
puamlct oy uo . exru'iiceu in tnat parti mar
liog 4 so. eiatatitly'n. baud a good assort
Die i'reeb Drus. Patent Medicines.' C'beini
caU, Paints. Oil.-. ye-smf!s, Trui-es, Ac., Ac.
Asjit sMr-tt ceieltraled .- - - . j
Liik XVeeil Ketucdy,
;m Khmmute Curts ; Dr. D. "Jayne A
uiedicii.e, Ac, Ae. '
Sj'ffiets' Posiijc au.teisalive Powders kept in
stocky it e are rl84ti-uu lur tbu
Bo4c Shuttle xScwiug Machine,
"on iTtEc tost ttsefuhuK'Qvs of housubold farni-,
tureitiit. Call juiii cAaini iu- i , ?
If f H. t". HILL A SOX.
Afeany, Jiuna 10 b. 197 1 4' ,
H u H aery sal F aucy G o o ft s !
hftSTVt. H. BHIDQEFARrslER,
j('CCCE.Sit lO Mil!?. blWXlVTAV).
I AS Jf.iT. UECEiVf D FROM. DELOAV
I an l gauf iiivu'n e of near
iiLLl2iEiU' A.N U FANCY GOODS,
I sm-b as :
Fjhibaabk II VT..
-' " " iiiiJB)X5.
to wbtrh elie invites ike attcutton'of tbe lauics nt
AU.auy and vie nir-.
Her gKls will I fond as cheap, if not cheap
er, tbaa eer lerHr-j t.ffvre-1 ii tiiis- market, and
tbiir quality eawu.t fail to ffiro sari.i.l.ti6o.
THOiMiy, April o. ltl l-.llll-.l -
TUB J VSTI.Y. CELEBRATED t
AalaiaTiKe ntooD ruairjrn. possess- y
lag rare toxic and SiEit-is properties '
a certain "cure lor RBtiaArma, con,
KECBALCIA, and all kindred Diseases. . ; -.
It completely restore the system when im
paired by disease, revives the action of the-;
KIBXEn mmd .EliaL OKClS, raill
cally cures scnoFtnLA, salt naEvn,
and all EavrrnEa cvtaseous Dis-:
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in DTsrErsu. EBTsn-ELas, Tamors, '
Boils, Scald Head. tTlcers and Sores; eradi
cates from the system all traces of Mercurial
Disease. " ' ,v
- It is (incx.v vecetable, beinjjmads ;
from an herb found indigenous in Cacamta, .
It Is therefore peculiarly suitable for nse by
Females and Children, aa a blood ri.'ai.
riEi BEistAroa. . .
r . . t Far Ss's by alt Druggists. . ,
CCDIWCTOn, HOSTCTTCR CO.
. AOENTS. .. ' . .
CCS and C31 XXarket Ctroct, "
" San Francisco. ' 1
. tf.f ' fl f fi
To tbe cUiJv'nj of All. tiny and vttir.ity, and to
tbe owners of Heal l.stnte : e lake tlus ui :li xl
of falling vfiur. a'teution to our pl.i.-e ut bitsi
iiess. Having deteruimed to onen a Itraneh Ol
tico in Jnr ri'y, we u Her on a luoiliuin for
olituinm; pnruluecrs one taat is appreriatvd by
buyers, a it furca tl:ein much time and labor in
search in f fur what thev want. Oar prinoipal
Afrvniy. at l'oytlanil.- Oregon, is thoroughly es-.
tablibed, ami the otii-e so well turnu-bed for Riv
ing information upon Rcat Estate, that it affords
tbe rnret complete l.icilities for all parties having
business in ur line. i t:; :
$H3 incur bo cxcnse in placing your
property on sale witb us unless a pale is made.
Offico on First street, opposrre Post-OtEco.
- JOHX C. MUNimXUALU Agent..
r Albany, Oiiu, March 2;!, J70.2atl. i; , ,. ,..
u STITZEL 'A tTTON', ' '
R H ALES TAT K I ROK K KS,
j. C. l I-: S J V. NM -set-.
OfTi- e First Ft oi p..,itj Tost Offisc, Albany. Ogn.
rarAVK f.-r sale in the pitv of Albanv. a desira
1 j l.le ll.micst.-aiV. Lots 1. 2. 7 and 8, corner
Third 'Finrth pnd K!swor;h arreets, one f the
best i. a'iiitt..8 in ihoi its. i A good oue and, balf
story liuus'. with nil other . com-emeiieea. a.jnily
to - J. C. M EN D EN II A LL, Aent, i
: fit .-r ' : . Albany. Oregon1 1
A., COWAN & CO.,
Whnlcsale and Retail Dealers in . . .
STAPLE and FAXCY DRY 00DS
'?'.,.FIUST STREET !..,. ALBANY. ;
They offer a large and we elected stock oT
STAPLE JDEIYT CiOODS !
At extraordinary Low Prices .
CiiJsli , or ' Iiolxi.ce
LATEST EVIDENCE !
CURE 3TS2AT COCCill
USE THE HKS'f KEMEDY !
EvcryUlay brings siroD fir oof of the" great value
LUNG B ALSAM.
ECSIZED EVERYWHERE AS. A
FirstrXJIasS; Farm .Wagon.
Xo tfii?r Wagon has a Home repntp'ion tqnnl
to Bain"a uuke, and it is the only wagon (hot
bas been tcrterl and known t stand tl.is climate,
la a word it is made of tbe 6er materials; and is
the best' finished wagon tl.at c-m s t this niarkt t
We bare difierrnt styles of Hounds and Reach,
Patent do. so calledl iot-lode l. ;
' . j 1 ' ' BLA1X, YOCXG A CO. '
- -. 9-- :
"TVisconsin" Bought OHt!
xsmrxr store t
. ii MAT PEARSOX'S OLD STAND.
GEO. W. YOUNG HAVING PI RCHAS
ed tbe stock of M. Pearcou, and added to it
a, large assortment of
5-5AKl MOTIONS !
solicits ti e patronage of hi friends and the jiQ
lic. . The stock is well ee.ected, and will be sold
At the Lowest Prices.
We -ciean TRADE, and will give yuu YALL'K
S I V EC S A TRIAL.
, -S i ; . ., , o. W. TOUNe,
" trrr First Bmadalbiu-aureeta.
We want your Produce, and will gire a.' good
a. bargain as ean: be fuuud-. i this biirnb.i Wall
and xe us. U. W. Voi'NC,
Pearson'; old stand, corner First and ttroadalbin
jan21j ' ' . streets, Albany, Ores?"". ' ". l3u!S0
'' J5d f A15LISH f.D 1 IS 183-. '
Dr'. -r." Meredith? Dentist; : office Xo. 132 West
sixih street, states a follows :
VisciSXATt. Octoer 1.
Mesfrs. 3. X. II ARC 15 A CO. Gents : About
ore year ago I took a cold which settled on my
lungs. VA vielent eouh was the '.consequence,
wbi'-h incrca.-cd with severity. I expectorated
lare unantities of phiejiii stud matter- During
the last- winter I bei nine so much reduced that I
w s Confined to'roy bed. The disease was attend
ed with eld chill and night-sweats. A diarrhoea
set iu. My friends thought I w as in tho last
statres of et.nomption. and could not possibly get
wcIL . ' 1 wa reciiinnieiidcd to try
1 1 m i Lung Balsam
The f..rmuJa was given to me, wbiih induced me
i, give it a trial, and 1 will only add that my
mfri. is euxirely cured, -and I am-now able to at
tend to uiy business as usual. Yours respectfu'Ir,
1'. .VKHKOllH. ;
All afnicte.1 with C ush or siijf Throat or Lung
trmiM.: sliooi-i hb APen's Long Rals.im without
K lay. J. X. KAURIS A CO., Sole Proprietors,
Da not be deceived you what want a good med
icine, and desire Allen Lung fittl-mam." Do not
allow unprincipled dealers to sell you a prepara
ii. uncalled Allen's Pectwrat Balssm see t bat you
get ALLEN'S LVXG BALSAM, and you will
have the bert Conh Tenredy efferol t theTublic
and ono'tbat will give yon satisfaction.,; ft
,wlW' FOR BALE BY .
RED1NGTGN, KOSTETTER & CO.,
p2 A 531 Mret-t. San Franei-co, Cat.,;
Agents for California an i Patfi'Siates.
aot-5 siT-Sol d byH Druggists. -tS. . 9-70
THE ITEW FOOD.
In addition to very lnrKO stock, covering
,' everything iu the line ot Cottons, we
' have a complete assortment of "
; .:l,...u ' , !.'. iUv:.;.: r ':'.;ss t.-j.i
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys'; and Men's
CLOTHING anil FDRinSHIM GOODS!
' HAT., CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac. .'
CarpcV T7a!l-3apcr; ' Paper & Linen
Blinds, &.C., &c.
- ( . I. - , : . ; . i. I : -
E'Ccia! atteuujn is directed to out .stork of
IKON AND STEEL
.. AND !. .
Which is the largest and mopt complete this side
' ' i -of Portland!
You are invited to call auu exauiino our goods
and prices. . . i (-
,Tbe highest market price in cash paid for
, . . - : ; .-. ? ... .
Wool. Bacon anl Iartl !
. Oct. 30 1S69 8 ;
A. COWAN A CO. !
i J. C. M EN DEN H ALU- ' " 1
Not st. x y JL n blic ,
' Real Estate aid Insurance Agent,
i iLBAXY.ii j : i : : : OREtiOX
RENTS, COLLECTED. AND TAXES PAID
for non-re.-idents and others, waking out
real state papcrx, etc. OSec Parruh brick,
UpsUlirS. ',; ;. ' , . .. i : S8-'0
LI US & DALLAM,
orters, Jobbers ol ' , .
" MAWTrrACTunERs or .
Wood & Willow Ware,
Brooms, Pails', Tubs, Chur.is, Urusbas,- Baskets,
-.ywiwen, Cordago, M a! obes, Stationery,
Paper Hags. .Clothes Wringers,,.
,, Feather DuKteTf.. . Fishing j j i. l . .
, , Taekl. Tei Pwta uud . -...
-. BiilU.-Kte.ui and. v; ,::;
Uensral ' -
house FU3?nsim.a goods.. .
Direct Imporlers of Baskets from leading- Ger
man svud French .Maunfat turers. .
40EJTI r(e rn r.-or
S. F. PeTenssion Match Company's Matches,
Ameru-an Xt aad Tarna Company's Twine, " -
B .ton Fax- Mills' 1 wines. "
3. C. Conroy C"Oian's Fihinz Tackle, ' .
lldli'iKSworth A WUitn'y's Paper Bai-s,
Sberiian's Iinorored Clothes Wringer;, -
C. E. Oriswnld A Cmnpany'a Feather Iusiers.
F. McLanghlui's Brashes.
Ona atoek ii the larzest on' the Pacine Coast,
sob our facilities foi luannfaetaring and import
ing enable ns 'e sell at lowest market price.
ETSbod for catalogue, i . 3$vSm9
SIS 317 Sacraaaento-st., franc'o.
Fcr a 'fo-yf c-rAta you can fcuy
of youi Croccr.or r;r'4S&ist'
packass cf CEA II023 FAEINE
nis.de froza piiro Irish IIoss or
rarrn.jeea, 7hicl1 will . make
drtccn fuartn cf Zlanc Mange,
rid a liko qanti! y cf Fu4ding3
Icctard3, Creams, -Charlotte
"sec, c. ' It is tie cheapest,
healthiest and most . delicious
Toed iix the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and "hz3,;&o
cfixxal 3 a light end delicate
food for Invalids and CMIdren. i
; A Gloriov.g Cn&rt;b!! .
THE CRKAT YQI;s TONIC.
Plantation Bitters. :
' TliiJ wotsderf ul v cgetaDie re
storativc is tlie BHeet-aiclor of
the feefcie and debilitated. ' As a
tonic and cordial ' for tlio aged
and: ' lansuidj ; it I:as ; i;o equal
among stornacltics. As a remedy
for tJe nervous ivcaUncss , to
whicSi womea are especially uo-c-ct,
it is superseding every otlter
stiufitlapt. In all climates, tropi
cs:, tcmjKJrctc, c? frigid, it acts
as x scciCc in every Etecies. of
;:i'Viilfr 'viiJci Kndcrmlncs the
l:0fi'y f tre-tss! end Xarcafes clown
t'.z ' -imi'l fpiritn. For rhlo by
it:; .tisti, - .
! do not wish tc inlorm you, reader,, that Dr.
Wonderful; or any other man, has discovered a
remedy that cures Consumption, when the lungs
are nearly bait consumed, in rbort, will cure all
disease whether of mind, body or icetate," make
men live forever, and leave death to play for want
of work, and is designed to make our sublunary
sphere a, blissful Paradises to which Heaven it
self shall ho but a side show, V6u have-; heard
enough-of that kind of humbuggery. , Rut .when
I teil you that Dr. Sage's. Caturrh Remedy, ari
poiitiretr cure the worst cases of Catarrh irt the
He&i!,' I only assert that which tbou.mnd . can
test try Jo. I will pay $a00 Reward for ease
that I cannot cure, a pamphlet giving symp
toms and other information sent free to any ad
dress. This remedy la . ,
SOLD BY MOST DRTJOGTSTS IN ALL PARTS
1 ' - OF THE- WORLD.
Price 50 cents. Bent "by ruail,f postpaid,, on re
ceipt of siaty cenU. ior lour packages for two dob.
lars.. Beware of counterfeit and teorthlen imita
tiott "feee that my private Marnn, whwh ia a
positive gn a ran tec of Genuineness, is ttporf the
outside wrapptr. Remember tha this:: private
Stamp, issued by the United State Government
expressly fur stamping my medicines, has my
mm trail, imuiti miiu " " ... -
S. Certificate ot Genuineness," engraved npoa it.
ana seed not be ufistaken. Don't he swindled by
travelers ami oitrtra representing themselves as
Dr. Sage I am theonly man now living that bas
tbe knowledge and right to manufacture tbe Gen.
nine Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and I never
travel to scU this medicine. ' i ' '
R, V. PIERCE, M. D. .
21m3 "t. 133 geneca street, Buffal,' S. T. "
fit " '
Tbe standard remedy for CTotlS'&S.Iiiflaenza.
Sorm-i Throat Wkoopina Conyh, CVn, Liner
every aueeviou 01 iu. i.niu, junngs and vbest.
including CONSUMPTION. - i
Wlstar's Balsam doea sot dry np a Cough,
bnt loosens it, cleanses the lungs, and allays irri
tation, tbas reatvt9 the cause of tbe eomplsinU
None genuine unless signed I. Bvrrs. Prepared
by Setb W. Fow'e A Son, Boston. ' Sola by
Rediogton, Qostettet A Co. 6aa : Francisco, and
by djr gsoerally. . , j -4ljf9,
' ALTJATy: APVERTISEMENTSw
WOHK SUSPENDED ON . THE '- ,
SANTIAM: DITCH !
AT A MERTIXG HELD BY TUB STOCK
bolders and member, ofthe Suntiam Ditch
Company, t was resolved by tbe Company that,
belord investing all our fortune, in so haaardous a
speculation, we recommend to each and every one
of thememirs i-tthe Society to secure' for their
families a BUCKEYE SEWING MACHINE, so
that in rase of a failure in the Ditch arrangement
their families would have some means by which
to gain a livelihood. , .( !i
Eight Reasons why tho Bnctteye Sew
ins Machine is Superior to all Others t
1. It is the simplest shuttle machine made. "r
- 2.-' It has lf wearing parts. . ..
3. t has no aaiall springs and compound
cranKS.. .' ..) , ,''. ".' .!. :. '
4. It is 1ctter adapted to a large range of work
without cbanjrei . ti.. .r ..ii
5. : It bus less pieces of machinery.. ; -,
6. It is less liable- to break uecdlca than ary
other tnaehinev ' .-' ' . .
. 7. 'The ' Pihiitllowfll wear longer than the
shuttle in soy other ma-htne. ,
8. That it has tbe best Feeding device, which
will never wear out, get out of order, break nee
dles, feed unevenly, slip on starched goods, or
pu. kcr the seam, so that one part of the labile
will cMiie out shorter tbaa the other, which all
other feeds are liable to do. It makes -every
stitch of an equal length. It is stronger than-
vtbes feed". We cau lake a strong piece of e loth
and put ens end iu our inachtue and the other
end in any other machine, and guarantee that our
machine will take the clotb from theother, in eon
sequence ot tbe auperuir strength ef the feed.
It U the only to d strong tuuugb to feud thick
sol j-leather, sewing ou shoe soles. No souping
the ct th or any other aid is required. .
It bas no coinplicalcd inaclniiery, and therefore
is nut liable to act out of order. It has a beauti
ful tnovi uibtit, making nearly, two thousand
stitcl.es ner minute. . - ' t-
The KUCKia G fEWlXG MACHINE males
the lock rttitch. the canto as tbo lluwu, Wilsi.u,
Sinver and ll rence alike ou both sides. W
offer a premium of ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS
fi.r uhv m.unioe on tins -toast innu win ainKe
stronjrer or uiore elastic rliieb than tbe BULK.
tit. . tor lull piir:ioiMr aiHircss. t
r iMINEK & PKAKSOU,1 ;
. S. A. JOHMS -
f: ,' ! ,(.;' : .(.. ' i'. "
MILLINER AND DRESS-MAKER,
FIRST STREET, ALBANT, OREGON.
Bridal and Moaraing Bonnets and Bats
ri'., ',; msM to utaer. j
Sreti'makiag- Dons in the Very X.atCt
j -. -.(; ; btyle. . f i;-u i-ua j
Also, the onlv agent for the SINGER SEW
ING .MACHINE.,,, y-.i. i.-.u,;- -geUi-szuJi
Tbe Ladies are requested to call and . examine
the SINGEK, which is tbe only complete machine
in use. Satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded.,, ! . . . .. - r. :. , ':
Albany, April S, 1871-31 v3 , '. ;' -. t , ,
For the Harvest of 1871!
; SATURDAY, JUNE 2 187L , ,
Subscribers flnding aa X after their same will
Understand that their subscription expires wit!:
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms 3 per annum, in advance:
six monuie, ; three months, fl. , r ,
.. .a . fa 55
.'.j' ".. W"
' B '
PITTS' THItESHERS !
HAIAES' HKADEllse T
LATEST IMPROVED MOWERS !
'ik . . ...': And njl kinds of '. -.' -it:
Agricultural Implem'ts & Machines
Ou hand and for sale. Also,
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON.
April 2D. '71-34
BLAIX, YOCXG A CO.,
; Albany, Ogn.
. The Highest Price Paid For v
WOOL, IXACOA' A: LAltD,
at . ' BLAIX, VOUiU A CO S.
April 29-34v3m ...... .-..::
JSTq-xxt Store 1
J. M. BEAGII V .
; ''"', Is now opening a Selected Stoclc of
i 1,, .. Consisting-of-U- ";" "
STAPLE AliD FANCY DRY GOODS,
, . Orocer ies,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
i :i i Koots& Shoes, s ,
. ; raintsatOils, i i
.' ' ' .... ., . .... -r . ... , t. . J
Which be is otTerihg to tbe public at prices cor
reypimding with tbe times. '-' ' -
All kinds ot .Merchantable Produee taken in
exchange f tr Goods. . . ;
Come one. come alt. and examine prices.
Atlhe-old stand formerly occupied by D. Beach
A Son. oppmnto Foster Briek, south side .tirs
street, Albany, Oregon. 31v3
to Buyers !
Any one winking a siniill farm, consisting of
105 acres of good land, one mi efr m Albany, in
BeBbHimmity. Orugon, can apply at the Cash
t tore of R. Cheudld A Co. . , i- ,1 i
Also, a House and iot iu Albany '
i ' K. CIIEADLE A Co.
Albany, April la. lS71-33ml. . . ..i
OTICE The Stoekhold. rs in the Willamette
i. w ail. y anil ia cauo nionntiiin narimnosn
viMupsor are Hereby n tin;-d tnat thoir next an
nual nevtiog for tbe election of a Btmrd of seven
Director will be held at the r . ode Iu Albany,
Linn county, Oregon, on tbe seoond Tuesday, the
urn asy or Joiy, next, at 1 1 erncx r. m.
-, i 'JAMES KLKINS,
' June 7, 1871-40 - , i-. ., ; , . Beeretary.
THE EYES I THE EARS I
Dr. T. i. .OIIZ&LV "
OCUUST AND ATJRIST, : ;
, ALBANY, ; -t t ; t-l; t" ' ORB00S-
-. TkR' GOLDEN IS A SON OF THE
3 noted old Opthalinlc Doctor 8. C.
Golden.. . "i i . . - .
Dr. GOLDEN ho 'had experience Ip treating
the varions diaeaaea to wbiob lbs eye aad car are
ubjeet aad feele eon 9 dent of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves under
hi. ear. ' . .'."'. , . ,
Albany, Apra iot IMS-SI , -
ci jfti: jw -;. I -; A
nLAKR Tieeda Mortgagee. etev' 4
. jp latest , alylos. aad for alo low, at this
-ojd jaj.m tsjqifiq en.) 1a Oflfs OfsX
'pna 1O0AV SONQOd VlUU VVf V
iaa a a - anna ? ioaii
avsrnjs. .. S"""".iJo, , iiaja,.
mif'jjj jjowg pvo wdj. ?at0 OXX0H"
fpoOO 'Suiqsininjt uo a aiylom ni w poa
id3 buh -oaiy uoduMsp pn spujs m jo
9K1HX0T3 Coa r "80 josaii
aux dNVH ko AixMvxsKOo Sdaa: X.
iif i..JliifprrnastSa I-,!"rJ' .';;'
! aaois o.viniori3 ? ii a k
Post Okkicb- Norton.- The Post office in this
city will be open on Sundays, hereafter, from ,1
o'clock to 2. and from .8l) to 4. P. M. -
. E. A. FREELAND, P. M.
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Paraorahs. Blain, Young A Co. have sold
on euoruioas amount of agricultural machinery
during tbe week. . ... -r.. ,., ..j.
A greater portion of the rail has been laid on
the twitch ap tbe river front, r ; . 1
River ateamcTS stilt make ths Viifflen to Eu
gene City. . . . .lf -
HaniabnrA from all accounts, is the liveliest
town in Oregon. ,, Business there is "flush.', f;
: Fur a C-opy of the Brnithsouian Report for 1309,
we are under oligaliona to Senator Corbett. '
Seven buildings have, been, erected in . JIalsey,
and more ate to be erected immediately. : f . . '
Campiueetvag at Lebanon was largely attended
lost Sabbath .i ' r. . . , s, ( ,
Strawberries have disappeared aad blaekberries
will soon be in the markets. . -. r
A heavy crop of bazle-nuts is promised this
the bushes. are loaded. ".- -. .' s " ,
. Sparkling soda water can he obtained from a
fino spring just opposite Peoria.
On last Sunday Mr. HC. Clement was kicked
by. a horse, in tbe breast, and severely hart. -, -
. Judge W. Lair Hill, of Portland, was ia town
on Saturday. t "- '' .. : , '
New p tatoes and green peas, made their ap
pearance in our markets last. week. 1
Ex-City Marshal. Mr John Long, is proving a
very ut.eutive anil effieicntSTtjeet Supervisor. .
Mrs. Duniway,. editress of the Aew Iforthiceit.
called on us Monday. Glad to hear that ber pa
per Ts receiving such general eotuniendallon.
; Several families from' California arrived in this
city during the wejkj looking for homes. ' Hope
they may be accommodated'. .- ; ." j-
Mr. Fred Peebk-r, together with his familyj
bos moved to Sedarille, - seeking to benefit
health by the are of tbo water from tbe springs.
Two or three bridges between this 'city and Le
banon are in a bad1- state of preservation. 'Their
early repair might save tb. county a suit for dam
ages. . "
L Strangers are arriving in Ibis ejty ' by almost
every boat and train, ! .joking for homes in Linn
eohatjriT-?'' t U:' 5j.-W.-i? .i'.-. unst,. ,r:r.i
The prevailing weather is the ' barvesUtim of
our brewery proprietors,. who' HTi eaid ' try good
judges, are making a superior artlelc of "lager.
Mr. Cbas. Lobmeller, spiritaalist, lectured Inj
tbe Court House two evenings during the week,
to rather slim audiences. .'-ft '
A base ball club was formed in this city on last
Saturday. The club exercises aliyost every even
ing on the block fronting the Court House. ?"'"'-''
Judge Baber left us on Monday evening's train
for Walla Walla. ' If bo likes the country he will
probably invest. ' .U'M.ii! ' ' V'; ttv.i
We were pleased to meet our esteemed and hand
some friend Dr. Hodge, of tbe firm of Ilodgo,
Calef A Co., druggists, Portland, on Wednesday.
Our worthy Mayor has threatened to kill out-.
right every dog in the city foot legged dogs
for cansc . . -;::,".. j.'""ti 'rn ' ":;'- :
-Ed. Baom, younger brother of Nathan Banm,
clothing merchant of this city, arrived here on
M'mday, twenty-twc days from Austria a quick
trip, certainly. ! . -. .!?..;'".-;',, j.-:.i-:.;.'-
Jlessrs. A-- Carotbcrs A . Co.- bare -ot their
splendid new soda fountain is operation,' aid of
course there's a rush for thecoolin?, exhiliratinz
beverage.i Its real nice.
Her.. Jamison, Nasarine, gave one. of bis inters
e-tmg and elegant street sermon, owpomte the
bank,- un . First . street, Thursday evening. He
has good lungs. , !
The funeral of . tbe . late . Howard Mansfield
transpired on Saturday lastv nnder the au.tpices of
the Maouio fraternity, and was largely attended;
Tbe funeral sermon, at tbe M. E. Church, wa de
livered by the Rev. Mn Martin, of Salem. r ,
Mr. Mjlton Hale. Capt. Humphrey, Wm; Miller,
and others -connected with locating the Wil
lamette Valley A Cascade Mt. Wagon . Road ar-.
rived safely at home so Saturday, all looking sad
feeling better 'for the trip.. . t ;
The f prints at S.da ville "are receiving . the at ;
tcntion their merits, demand. , A neat little struc
ture is Wing buttt "oyer them,' and o.hcr conven-
ienetes for visitors erected.
Persons intending to-visit Fish Lake during the
present Summer for pleasure, will be -pleased to
learn that Mr. John Claynool ' wilt bars a' neat
little boat npon it Serene bosi.m' for their aecom-
mo.ltioB.:iw ''. i JU-:
Wa saw s gentremah iu this city the other "alay
who came in to dispose of his wheats of which he
stiH held 201 bushels.- He ' reported that some of
his neighbors bod similar quantities' which they
would dispose of. T - ".. -..ail:, -'jI! .-" ..--
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At the Dixie camp-ground to' Polk county, on
last Sabbath, tt Ii estimated that there were over
three thousand people In attendance Tbe meet
ing was held ia tbo interest" of" the Christian
: -Street improvements' are still the order 'of )be
dny. Gravel, put on lost year, on Ferry -street,
between First and 8eonl. is 'now hiring hauled
off to-help fill up other streets' add give property.
b jders a chance to re-gravel it. . Economy,! me
b.y 1 ' '. . ' , ' i.--i:'v..t
A little two year old girt living with. Its) pa
rents at the section honse, a few '.rods from the
depot, was put to" bed on Friday 'night of' last
week, apparently in gotxl health. The next morn
ing on going to tbe bed, H was found that tbe lit
tie child bad gone to a better climaj The cause
of ber death is only conjectured.' ; ' x- s ""
i j Mrs. Chcadle, white arlvitag ber fast horse,' on
Sunday, gave him a severe cut with the whip.
The horse not liking such treatment, ill-mannerly
uplifted bis hind legs shove lbs dash-hoard,' giv
ing Mrs,' C. S severe blow in tbe face with on of
bis feet. J- ' - ' , :'" " ' ' ' 'J ' -' " :
i As Mr. Milton Hale of this city as crossing
tbe mountains between. Fish Lake and Upper
Soda, on the 13th lust.,' ho encountered a violent
hail storm. He asserts that some of the hail stooes
were as large as ben's eggs. On of them struck
-him Ou tbe hack of tbe"hand, causing it to swell
We bar reeeived another large stocl or print- '
ing fag ers, axid aer bow. "prepared to do esa
wsrk In lh lias f bill-hads, circulars, blaak. .
receipt, te ete.: W will sooa he la - fsssipt ef
several hundred pounds sf new rype,brdrs, etcr
all of the very latest style., therefor will be bet- '
t?r prepsrvd than ever to get up sse warh at low
rates, j . , . j . ;, . -i, ' ' .,'iiJ.' r; ,
The excursion fronrCorvallis on Thursday , p
steamer Albany, is spoken of as a large and pUss -
ant occasion. The excursionists conldn't har
struck a more genUemaal of aeoommodotiag set -of
officers than those in charge of ths Albamf, la ,i
any country. . ; . - . ! ,..
Hk. B.;W. Cundiff will fir up ItU irst kiln of
12j,C-00 brick Tuesday..; The foundation .for-.;
i he county jail is about completed ready lor the
ricki v . ' , r. i , ,
i John Meadenholl, Esq., real estate agent, ho ,
been very bvsy daring the week showing aad sell
ing farms and city property to n.w comers. H.
took oat two loads on. Wednesday. , '
. ; John Parker was severely hart on . Wednesday
by tho upsetting of a car loaded witb lumber. II
is somewhat braised up, but will, be about again
ia a few days.' ; '-; '" . " ' '
Physicians report the health good throughout1. '
the connty. ( -- 5 . . j fit
RiAL.EsTATB TnAN9rr.Rg. For tbe two weeks,
ending June 22dr'"' ". ""' ' -''!;': " '."' l
Walter Moa tetth to D. M. Thompson ; consiil-'
emtin,100. s 'i--. . . ' . Vf, . .
J. D. Hard to Mary M. Rice; consideration
4S..f ,.,,' ,.L.: ?i ,. .
Mansfield A Lacy to L. Howard; consideratCon,
G. W. , Phillips ta Henry Shank : sons idera
tion, $3,C00. ,. . - ,..
Isaac McClung to L. McFarland eonildsro-l't
tion, f 150. t -i.-' -'- . ' . . i'i
John Lupcr to L. McFarland j . consideratisa, .
$li0. . v. ' " ....... - i . .,,
L. K. Wishard to 3, D. Parsons f eoBsidera- ',.
htm, f4,Sf. ' - ' '' - - i -'
J. U. Elgin' to . J.. XL.: Irvine : aonsideratton,
J. M. Berry to Irvin A Morris :' consideration, ,
$800. . . . -i . .. , .V
John Stckels-ta B.' Tt:
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Plain' nnd Fancy Sets-inn;
i A '. FULIi tJlND COMFLETB STOCK OF
J the latest Millinery now on hand,. with new
aduitiont every month. St.re on corner Bfitad
athia aad Beeosd lffta, lbaay Or, f r,wj
up almost as largo, as. two : bands, and proving
very painful., 't' ' ,
Mist r A Pearson have a new advertisement in
oar columns this' morning. ,. Tb.y are not ,only
agents for tbe Buckeye Sewing machine,: but yoa
can order tbronghtLem any other machine madet
they will trade eew for old machines j repair and
pat m g,ood shapS machine needing it, and In Tact
are always ready to do basin ess ' ef almost say
kind that la legitimate. 1 - .'
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i ' A young man engaged in teaming, Is it wseW
lost a new bearer coat, between this city aad the
Santlam? ia one of the pockets of which there Was
four dottars iri silver, :We learn thai a man n-"
gaged aa a laborer dw where tbe ooat was lost
from tho wagon, picked it irpy taking tb momy
from, th. poek.t, and hid H an til the nextdat,
tbas preventing tbe ewaer from bbtaraing the' gif
ment when he retdrtted la search f R,' Thelhider
shortly aftar traded tbe coat fa'aaethsr ' party
Cs its Js, usiisiiiiiy.'"' i.s?ta .'v?t..v l .
0nFeLi.ows-Albaoy Lodg No. 4, f .O.OJT I
on Wednesday eveing,r . elect officers -for the's
current, term: commencing with July 6th.: iJm4
tallntioa of officers will transpire on th evening
of the 5th .f ' July, J on ; which- eccasioa?
th Grand Master will favor ai with bU .
presence. A collation will be served often, ths r
installation, and a refreshing season enjoyed. ,
AacVic Sora.-We cannot think of anything
more refreshing than a glass of ice eold soda we-'
w tcr. -It give strength and vigor to the whole
system. T17. a glass and be convinced. . A. Car- ' -others
A Co. are diipenstsg it, at their establish- '
ment, from Tuft's Arctic Aparatus. ? i-..!f? j'.t
Goxi to Ocnoco. Father Joab Powell, at th -urgent
request of the denisens of Ochoco Valley,"
has gone to that locality,' where he expects to re- ,
uud .owe time, prencuiug uiv gunj;..! win - f
ing thepleasant weather. ; I '. " j",
: The BBatsTEB.-Wa .are negotiating foe a double
cylinder presa.; 'If we socuro it, it wiB cnabl a
to nearly' double thtf present sir. of the Reoistsb. c
We also propose Changing ths-- form, hereafter
making it an eight page paper of .forty or .forty,,
eight oolump. This, set in large facer new noa-.
parcil and brevier, will make the neatest nd lsrg
est paper iu Oregon. That's what's ths matter ,
with us. tTilftbe ciliicns of Linn county cnsbls
us to pufilish a first-class 'paper by giving tha'
Reoisteb' a hearty support I - There is no reosoa .
why yon skoold hot have as complete andreUabl
a netctptip4r as there is on' Che Pacific coast, and .,'
yon shall have it if yon Wilt come forward witlf 1
youf subscriptions. A, good word spoken by oar" "
friends noW win be of vast benefit to us, ttii by '
employing' the best talent to be obtained and a
strict attention to business we hope to deserve all
the good that may be said of us. As an Induce- '
ment io persons to nse u Bttle effort bt our behalf, '
we propose to forward, to any ono getting as six '
subscriber! and (ending as $18, an extra' Copy
free. . To elnbs of ten the paper will he mailed at '
the rate $2 50 per cojry ; to clubs of twenty, at the
rate of $2 2per copy. Single subscribers, $3i '
SaliscriptiorYs from tbe States reeeived in' greeu
backs at par. - . 'f -'" J .J JJ-J
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, Djiowxed at- Uabribbcbo .On Saturday,-.
evening, just above llarrisburgi' a . number of f'
yopng men, attochees.of th O. : A C,( Railroad j
were in the Willamette river bathing. :A ' young.,
m.m named Samuel Wilhoit, aged about etghtoeCr
B citixeo of Clackamas coanty, who had swam th.
river several times during the evening, .an excel-
lent swimmer, was heard to call oat as if for help ;
butthfnking he was only "fooling,", no special at-',
tentiqn was given him at the moment.'. Soon af-
te'r making the outcry, Wahoit turned over- ob to '
his back, and tafck. lis was Immediately" fished t
out, but life was extinct. His remains passed
down on tbe ears on Tuesday.'-' ''. ' ' J;, ". ,"K T
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' 4Jab Girt Coscaax.r- A: grind gift reoaerr.
transpires in Louisville, Ey.. Ootober 31t. on?'
Which occasion $550,000 wiR bo distributed to
ticket holders, MrCfaoileS R. Peters; pviaoajl'j
basiness manager of the lot Mercantile 1 Library;
Concert of San Francisco, is agent for tb abork'
which ia sufiicient guarantee that U wilLb sue-J
ces. ... ges advertisement en first page., ,4 in .
: BaEASTSftna Sm.it. Mr. B. V. Clement, wfaihrJ
in tbe Oct of i ending a horse from the stable on'''
Euaday last, reeeived a hick' from the -" aoimaV
which kaooked him seaseUss.for' at time.1 On-
bind footer the animal struck him fahf in' th
b res St, sad bi physician sayt that the hresstoon "
is split on the ineidew' ,Ms. d hi ablet be ehetrV
at present'. -" "- '' '- ":-' 1 '' '0
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i Fatal Aerrmtrr. On Wednesday ,' St" San
ridtr. a yong nu aged about eighteen, son of"
Judge K. Frum. wo iastaatly killed) by (he ear- t
ing m of a ditch which he was engaged in dig
ging. - We could not learn any of th particulars.. ,
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tyiaaBClaJp and ComaaerclaUr -vj.-ia
Gold and legar tenders rcmalh 'os anoted last '
Week. - ' ' J ;:i; 1 - - : ii:'!,...-.'!..!
. Baa FraacisBQ; mask .hi fm-nU, the following
quotations: . . ) . ( j
- Fl on rHeeerfed1 121c per barrel;' no qaota-v
ble at $ S7J 80 for saperAaB, fT 7T 6 J
foreatraa ! -y. ' .'ff.-tf, , 4c- :' -!0-'i
Wheat Market 6 10s lower.-with light de- -mand,
it being difficult to ple any tot. above'
$2 40"aad from bo dw to hi Se for' fair. -LW- .
pool quotation, lis ltd.-1 .. .; . ..n ,
Oats All tb way from si .75 to iS. - , . - , '.;
Otioas Sales at 6e(3$l. '.
- Wool Rated at S3ifee. ' Wew Yrk qneta-i
lions give 3440e, . n ,- 1
No change worth notice . in. Albany marfceU. r
Butter runs at 20o per pound, aad eggs ars plea- "
tiful at SO per dosen.' - - - ' "
' Inherited diseases. Tb number of trausaalasi- , .
bte com plaints is larger than is general y supposed. '
Not oaly scrofula and eoasamptioh. Vat raeama
tism, goat, liver eomplaint, conatirmtlen, cerebral j
affections, and probably dyspepsia, aretuaeritabl a
Fortunately, however, tha heirlooms may be a-ot
rid or. Cat off th entail with Dr, Walhtr't V
gai" Sitting,. This powerful Vrtall Attarativa J
and Invigoront, is also a blood depanet. It tew ,
m'-ves that transmitted poison from th eirea-
tioa, and cures what are called oonstltutioaaj d--orders.?,
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' $1,000 reward is offered by ths rvet" tij11
Dr, Piar-er's Alt. Exti or Golden L d Ia- -eovery
furs medicine , that wilt equal, it- rf ts.,;
care,of "LJv'cTComplalnt"or,,Bili.-'' Coa- ..
stipation of the Bowels; BroBohfa! J! - and '
Lang diseases. srr eeach, aad a. Lod vmri- -
nVrfovtba ear of seroialoee ' " eevar, 7
Eraptions, Tamors, Pimalee..) lo -as sad . i-..:
es appearing apoa th facv hold ty eT" , r
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ta Ibis oity, Jane X3i, b r-. 6. G. : I-vH.
Mr. Jams 11, Long aad J- Uerrwm J. JLili ,
aUofUan soaaty. " . ' .