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ALBANY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY
rCBMSHED KTBRT SATURDAY IT
Jrnca on coaxes or ferrt asb fiest-sts.
TERMS IX ADVANCE
One Yr. .......,
..... Three Dollars
......... ..........Two Dollar
... ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient advertisements per Square cf ten
lines or less, first insertion, $2 ( each subsequent
. Larger advertisements inserted on tbe most
Having received new type, stock of colored
Inks, cards, a Gordon Jobber, etc., we are pre
pared to exoeuto all kind ot printing in a better
Manner and 6fv per -ewW cheaper ever be
fore offered in this city.
Agents for the Register.
The following gentlemen are authorised to re
ceire and receipt for subscription, advertising,
etc., fur the Recistkr :
HIRAM SMITH. Esq -. Harrishurg.
Judeo S. II. CLAUli UTON. Lebanon.
PETER HUME, Esq... ....Brownsville
W. R. KIRK. Esq.
K. E. WHEELER. Ei Scin.
T. H. REYNOLDS, Esq - alcra.
O. TOMPKINS. Esq. Ilarrisburg.
L. P. FISHER, Esq "Frisco.
ALIM XV, OREGON.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
cheek at sight. ......
Interest allowed on time deposits in com.
Exchange on Portland. San Francisco and
New Yoik for sale at lowest rates.
C..l!ections made and promptly remitted.
Refers to H. W. Corbelt, Henry Faihug, W. F.
Banking; hours from 8 A. Jt. to 4 r. H. "TS-
Albany, February 1, IS7l.22v3
DEALER IX Jt MANUFACTURER OF
IT TT 3XT X "a? XT H E2 S
and - -
CABINET WARE !
Corner First anl Broad Albin streets,
ALBANY, OU EG OS.
. J. QUIA'A Tiioxi.wo,
& TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
fX. OrriR No. II! Firt .-tr-ct. between Mor
rUua and Alder. tipoastte ti.e Occidental lioul.
Wi)l practice in the Superior and Inferior
Courts of the Stat--, and in the District aud Cir
cuit Court of the United State, giving special at
tention t-J the collection of del. ts in all paits !"
Oregon, and to ,.iita:iiin i diark ir;cs in D.ink
riptey, which, since the last amendment to tiie
law, may be obtained tr im all d -Ms eontr;i-t-:d
prior to January 1st, 1 .':. without regard o the
per centime which the etts may liually pay.
November ISTO-lL'voy ,
COOK K ELS AY. JOsKI'B SIAXXoN.
KELS.W & HAXNON.
Attorneys and CouoM-lKirs at Law,
'(Partner for hiun county.)
OFFICE In Post Offi e Rii'.ld'ng, (up stir.
Albany, Linn county. Ore o". 0 f.o
just received, a lai'. '.ie an day ell
selected stock of French io'nis. consisting
ot" Cas'iraiTes, Delivers and I icdtios. and all
manner of Fancy 0-o.!s of the Lest ttUiiUty.
;sr-Suits in.i 1 to or ier.
4y " I- STRUCK VEIER A CO.
ja? PAnxicCLan attrhtios paib to
CROCKS CP ALX. KINDS
in his line
! Octo'.er IS'.S S
GEO. F. SETTLEIVS1ER,
13 T J TJ O CS- I S rJ? -
(Successor to D. . Wakefield,)
Parrisu's New ISuIlding-, IJrst Street,
GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS MADE TO ORDER
on short notice, cud Uh ueatuess aud dia
paleh. sT-AU Eiuds of Repairing TJone.
Albany, June 11. 1870 -50
I. S. SICE, -2. i.,
PH.SlClAfi AKD SURGZON,
Albany, ------ Oregroa,
OTFICE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN
PAINTS. GILS, GLASS, ETC.
LOOK IIERE !
SAI' FUAI CISCO STORE!
COK.fBR FIRST AND FEBUV STREETS,
A Lit A X Y ......... ... ...;........ OK EGON.
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment ol
STOVES, PUMPS & TINWARE !
I will have for sale the celebrated
Xlgrr ond nools.
cook btove, and other leading styles.
Also, manufacture all kinds of
Tin, Copper and SUeet-Iron Ware,
in the best style, at lowest rates,
FOR CASH, or" COUNTRY PHODUCE.
Always on hand a full supply of
The Purest Wines and Liquors,
for Medicinal purposes only.
A well selected stock of
Groceries and Crockery !
will always be found at my establishment.
I will s.U all jrood a in my hottsj. for Cash or
Produce on delivery, cheaper tnau ever before
o3t:rcd in this market.
i-tu All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire satisfaction warruuted, ut niy
Stove aud Tin Store. i
Nor. 14 11 . -i---
S1SII, BLID AID L'ttOK
fa c t o n y
s. B. At.Tnoi ek. x. vuicht. . j. r, backexsto.
AETIIOtSE & CO.,
I.TOS STRKET, (OS THE EIVEB EAXK),
ALI1AW, : v : OREGON.
EEP OX HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and ar.' prepared to
CITY DRUG STORE.
A. CAHOTHCnS. : - R. SALTMAngH.
A. CAROTXIERS fit CO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTKlilARIES,
(Foster's Cluck, First stri
ALU A XV, : : s z ORTEfiOJf,
; hand and receiving.
lare ttock of
Crroccries aad Provisions,
Wood and Willow Ware. Tobaco. Cigars, Con
fectionery. Yankee Notions. & Ac, Wholesale
and Retail, opposite It. C. 11.11 A S n drag
tore, Albany, Oregon. jnIO'70
tr. j. niLTABirEi- i. iJKcews.
Kiltabilcl & Co.,
KEALESS IN UROCECTES AND PRO
TWoBi, Wiod and Willow War ;, Confec
tionery, Tobacco, Cigars, Pics, Notions, etc.
P.rst strict, adjoining the B tk, Albany,
All articles warranted pure aud of the best
Physiciars Prescriptions carefully compounded
Albanv. Oct. 17. lSfiS-nrf
3,1 VERA", FELD & SALE
S T A II LE'S!
ALBANY, OR EC ON.
Crown. Panel, Barnl. nud Section Mold
WINDOW AND DGGR FRAMES !
a.nd all other fcinsisoi" t : , .
Ruildius: 3Iatcrial !
Brugs, Chemicals, Medicines,
PAINTS, OILS. DYE STXTFFS, ,
French and American Calogites, .
Pure Wines & .Liquors,
for medicinal purposes.? -
Fine Tobacco and Cigars.
Physii ia-i's Prescription and Family
Recipes com pounded with care.
December SI, 1310 IT. V
CITY -PROPERTY FOR SALE
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Dealers, Albany, Ogn.
' CITY OF ALBANY": '
Lot ?,, lilwti H Good bou?e.
L.-ts 3 an 1 4. " 2 unimproved.
Lots 1, 2. 7. 8, " 1!) Good bouse and stable
Lots 5 and fi, " - Good bousi.
Lots 5 and B. 10 "
Lots 1, 2 and 3, 6 bouse and two stables.
9 Lots " 10 ; j ...-'
Plenty of excellent fruit a desirable bomcsteadj
DEALER IX MTLLIXERT AND FAXCT
Goods, Lebanon, Oregon, has just received
au elegant invoice of stock and goods to which
she invites tbe attention of the ladies of Lebanon
ESU Prod ace will be taken In exchange for
8""l. , . E. VANVACTOR.
May 13, 1871-363
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, STC.
jJESJ" Repairing of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Ac., attended to. All work warranted. 31 v 3
A BARGAIN OFFERED!
A Slendid J)ru Dusduess for Sale..
WISHING TO RETIRE FROM ACTIVE
busiue s, owing to protracted ill-health,
tbe undersigned offers bis large and flourishing
in this city for sale ut a low figure for CASII.
Apply soon, if you want a bargiiin, to
GEO. F. SKTTLEMEIR,
. Albany, Oregon.
EZ Daily Orcgonian copy one month and soud
bill to this offi. e.-ea-tf 27
: ; To1;oo
Now offered to tbe trade thin ever before, as we
eil for . .
Cash or Trade !
In hand, and having dispense I with long credits
13 per cent cheaper
Than any bouse giviug 12 month's time, or any
kind ol a credit syttein, can oC'er to the trade..
Come along with your Cash or Produee, and see
what you cau do at the OAfll STOKE of
K. CUEADLE & CO.
N. B. Cash paid for all the EGGS offered.
A Great Hargain.
JE ARE PREPARED TO
ttie puoue a uu neat turnouts
in the way
t. a. niTcnEr.L.
i. s. noi-pn.
Mitchell, Zolph & Smith," '
VTTORNEY3 ajd'cOUXSELLORS at LAW.
Solicitors in Cbnncery and Proctors io Ad
n.iralty. Offiee over tbe old Poet Ofliee, Front
trees. Portland, Oregon. I
JAKES A. WARNER,
Civil Engineer & Surveyor.
IS PREPARED TO DO SURVEYING AND
Engineering. Uses improve 1 Solar Compass.
Orders by mail promptly attended t. Residence
on 4th St., opposite Dr. Tale's residence, Albany
Oregon. nl 6ra
rowBLL. i russ.
Powell & Flinn,
1 T33RNEYA COUNSELLORS AT LAW
XjL-a'' Solicit rs iu Chancery,
(L. FUnn, Notary Public,)
Albany. Oregin. Collections and conveyances
promply attended to. I
OEO. W. GRAY, TJ. D
li;70lTi- SOLICIT THE PAT-
? w Mnre of all persons desir
ing ARTIFICIAL TEETH aud
FIRST CLASS DENTAL opera
tion. Nitrous Oxide administered for tbe pain.
less extraction, of teeth, when desired. Charges
MWieratte..... - w.--;--' -r:
. Office in Parrisa A Co. 's brink bloek. Reai
enee, first house south of Congregational Church
fronting on Conrt House Mneir. ';,'
Albany, Oregon, Jaly 2, 1S70-43
A B TJ S II ELS 07 OAT3. for
IvfnVlLf J which the highest market price
will be paid, in CAsH, at tbe store f
. H. 8. DU BOISE.
, Al", Batter and Eggs, in unlimited quantity
for which the highest market prica will be paid ii
cash. Call and see me.'
Albany, Aug. 20. 1870.5ft
020.00 A DAY I
TO HALE AND FEMALE AGENTS
TO introduce tbe celebrated
,tTcTI At tlTK fiW nrxt-r, . .'
-- niMjE.&. ana ts
- tbe only lensed bnttl sewing maebine In
. rr.o.it fit,. .,ttd r.. 1... M a .
' tlc sl6ratod Wilson feed, and are acknowledged
.11 tn ha the best fa.mil n,..!.!.. t ui . .
feary ewr. m the market. Outfit free. Ad-
rts, -Hi-xttt rWS, (. Agt.,
ytv$tQ Alny, Orsgon
Stylish Buggies & Carriages
UT a s -t S t o Ols.!:
On the most reasonable terms. Our livery ia all
new and of th latest styles, and we bH take
pride in giving oar patrons as neat aud reliable an
outfit as can be obtained in tbe State, -t . - ';-"-
Horses boarded at reaaocable rates, by the week
or month. . .. .
Hacks and Carriages furnished for parties, Ac.
A sharj of pnldie patron aire is Bdii-ited.
MONTGOMERY A BARTGES.
Albany, DecemW 17, 1870-15
TUB KEW ENGLAND MUTUAL - LIFE
insaranee Company of Boston is the only
company on this coast. grrr:ed by tbe
CSassachnsctts Non-Foricitnre Law.
This eompanv was incorporated A. D. 135.
an. I ha. accumulated assets of ver f St O.HOO 00.
Tbe following lai8ed policies Lpve been paid on
this coast uoder this law : t-.-.
1 Over due at time
No. of poHcy. of death. Amt. inrnred.
i 1"0J t montbs.
aI 4 months. : : lO.r.Ott
3fd " 3 months. l.OtMl
2!'ln 10 .lavs. : :-V 2,otK)
" 315359 11 months cv - ' 6,000
Had tbo above policio been in any other com
pany, they would have been torfeib d.
i nu above facts speak for themselves.' and to
bj wise aud prudent tutthr cuument is unnec
KVEUSON & MIDDLEMISS,
GENERAL AGENTS. : : SAN FRANCISCO.
L. . FlT. NN, "
Local Acct, t t Albany, Orcg-on.
. F. t-roary 25. l;i-25y
I AM PREPARED TO DO
ALL KIX1 OF TUBNINU t , ,
I ke p on band and make to rder
, AS " '
333 Shop near the "Maenolia Mill."
r . JOHN M. METZLER
Albany. Nnr. 8. ISfiK-I
NSW STTLS PfCTVRES.
1 the most popular stylo of Photograph sow
van sua soe, .
Lts 6 and
Lots 2 and 3,
Lot 7, ,
Lot 4, '
Lots 3 anl 4,
Lits 3 and 4,
" s " and stable.
10:t- " ;
yt . , u
lr, " ' ' , '
f0 uniuiprovo cltaap.
5 desirable lots.
118 !mx Iioiifc.
Are prepared to do MILL WORK t furnish Sha
ker Fans, Zigzajr Shakers, Suction Fans. Driving
Pulleys, of anv kiod, at our I-cti,rv on I.von
street, (on the river bank), next lie'.o Jlarkhatn'tr
ALTIIOUSR & CO.
Albany, February 0, 1.S63-- 4 I
( 71 aires eood tinil;erO"l land, on? mile from
i. Al-:ny i .Dentisn mist;-'. -w,i:', r,.A.
Ten Homestead Lot, 6 acr'S each, I mile north
or Albany Ferry, at each.
For particulars apply to
J. C. MENDEXI1A1L,
Heal Instate Agent,
Office in Parrlsh Bruk, Albany, Oregon. 40
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX.
of tbe best pattern-
Tin, Sheet frota and
CoppOP "VV ,3TO 2
and tbe usual tssortinent. or Furnishing Goods ti
be obtaiued iu a .
a?I3ST STOBL23 !
Jiepitfr venf?itH pmwptlij executed,
T- on fettmnttttljte lermm vs
'Short reckonings make long friends."
Front street i....Albany.
Next door to Mansfield Jk Co.
, de5'08-I f
U'ix-o! Fire !
in Time Saves Nine ! "
Fire ani Marine Insurance Company !
WSotm 416 nod 413, CulUornia atr :et,
San Fraacisco, - - - California.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, lit Gold Coin. $T5O,O00.
Deposit lit Oreg-mi, 950,000.
Ltontwt Prnmptti antf Kqnitithl .Adjusted
And l'aid " Gold Voin.
TniS COMPANY having complied with the
laws of Oregon, by waking a ileposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damage b Fire, and also
atrainst Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
OUSTAVE TOCCIIAUD, Pre.
D. HAVEN, See'y. .
Albany. 1 871-1 S
J. C. MENBENHALL.
A0ont for Albany
ALBA K IT.;: HOOK STORE.
ESTABLISHED IN l85o.
EALIB IN EVERY VARIETY OF
Miscellaneous Books, School Books. Clunk
Rooks, Stationery, 4c, Book imported to erder
at short notice-'
Albany, Oregon, December 3, ,1878. "- .v .
XV. II. KCIIA' Sc CO.,
Uaviug just received a Largo and well selected
II A 11 1) WARE.
. s t en AS .,-
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
1 1 .tin '.tiers, Hammer?,
Saws, Saws, Sawn. , .
Planes, Planes, Pluues,
CorK-Cut and mill aw,
Together with a large assortment of
Nails, Nails, Nail,
.... i - Sprinps, Pprintrs, Sprmp,
Axles, Thimble-Skeins, Bolts, Ac, &c.
Also, a well Selected Sto'k of
spokes, nuns, best mvrs;
SUA Fit. POLES, HICKORY AXLES, ETC.,
All of wideb wo arc now offering t the public
nt low rates. As we make tha bus'ness a spec
ialty, wc om and will kuep a better assortment at
lower prices than uny houfe iu this city.
I Lake" is uttered forsale at $10,000 in coin
$4,000 in band, aud tUu remainder iu six tqaal
annual payuieut.s with interest from date. The
tract is iu good flmpe, being nearly a square, con
taining about CC0 acres of rich soil j and is diver
sified with forests vast, fair law us, lordly oaks,
and willows sitting by the -lake, the woodbind and
pruirie s. al emoting as to make it one of the
most attractive p!acc& in the State. It is situated
on the west side of the Willamette river, within
half a milj of Albany, vbicb is known cs being
in tbe heart of the Lest agricultural portion of
Oregon. Tbe loc.-itiou is healthful. It bas a good
stone quarry, about 100 acres under fence, a two
story frame barn with thudding 00 feet suuare : a
lare aud handsome new bouse two-ttories Ligh,
thoroughly. pair,t-d itisidc and out. the larj;e cup
boards and book ascs being fixtures, tind the
bouse having under its whole length a good dry
cellar. In addition t. ibce therj is a neat wcli
houtc, a wood-it use and ail tilbor teetssary out
houses. There is a meadow, larger pai-ture, or
t hard., garden, Ac7 It is iie tibia- of be
ing divided into four ftrtu.-. all of them having
good soil, fuel aud roil timber, and three of tiiutn
For particulars address J. C. Mendcnball, Esq.,
Albany, or the uiiderwizn .t I'ortlnnd.
J. gi IHOK.MOX.
Feb. 11th, 1S71 21v3. Att iruey ot Law.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Total Assets...... (Gold) 8I.77T SCG.C3
Y AUTHORITY OF A SPECIAL ACT OF
the Legislature of Kentucky, of March 13th
lo , tbe Trustee of the Public Library of Ken
tucky will give a
Grand Gift $1,000,000 Concert !
AT LOUISVILLE, KY
On Twdny, October 31, 1871,
Ui.der the direction of the best ilusiol Talent
that can be procured..
Tickets of Admission. $10enc1i,CarTcncj.
Each Ticket will have attached to it four cou
pon of the denomination of S3 Ml each. The
holder of an entire ticket will be entitled to ad
mission to tbe Concert, and to the whole amount
of the gift awarded to it by lot. The bolder of
each coupon will be entitled to admission to tha
coneertand to oae-tbmrta of too ataonntof uch
gift a may be awarded to it.
Tn provide funds for this Grand Concert, and
for the benefit of tbe Public Library of Kentucky,
H O. OHO Ticket will bo sold at $10 each, cur
rency. .. ,.
Tlie Cittzons Bunk of Keu tuck r :
is Treasurer and Depcsitory. ' .- . '
' Ammeaiaiely atti-r tbe Concert tbe snm of . .
$550,000 in Currency
Will be di.-tribnted bv lots to the holders of
Tickets iu the following
ONE GftAXD GIFT OF."......,
One Gift of
One Gift of.
One Gift or ,
One Gilt of ......,.
One Gift of .4.......
One Gift of;
One Gi l of. ;'..... .
One Gift of. ,,
One Gift of.... ...... ......
One Girt ofw... -
One Gift of....
One Gift of.. , .
One Gift of......... .......
Oue Gift of.
One Gift of...: ...
One Gift of. ........
One Gift of .................
One Gift of......
One Gift of...... ...... ...
Oiietlilt of...... .i
One Grand Gilt of.,. ...
Ten Gift- ot f 1.000 each . .
Fifteen Gifts or $000 each.....
Kigbieen Gifts of SSOit each
Tweuty Gifts of $700 each
Twenty-five Gift o G0J each.....
Thirty Gifts of $500 each
Forty Gifts of 4t0 each . ...
Forty-fire Gilts of &-.00 each.,...
FiftV Gifts of 2110 cneh
448 Gill of 100 each
.. . 25,000
..- la.oi 0
.. 11 0-10
.. r . 5.000
.. i 4.000
- 2.0 0
.. 60," 00
. 10 000
... '. I.I..M1O
Rcccivi g and opening a largo and splendid
assor inent f
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Which wc oCer at reduced rates.
W. II. KUHN A CO.
In the Mnnteitli Fire-proof Drtct, First-st.
II. C. CLLMEST,
3E -A. I 2ST T EI
LL KINDS OF PAIXTIXG. GRAINING
V and pap-r-hangiog. ' Wnlla colored and
wiiitencd. Orders promptly attc-nded to.
t-h. p -ver Adams' Wagon Factory. Sl3
Six miles South of Albany, jLiuu Co.
Near' the X2.a.ilioacI.
TS O L I C I T THE ATTENTION OF ALL
tiers. ins dcMring to purchase Fruit Trees to
call and exumine my stock, which la composed of
the largest aud best selection in ttie btate, ton
sist:ng of Apples, Pears. Cherries, Plums, Prunes,
Graoes, Black Derries, Currants and Rose.
' ' AlSO, '
Black and White Walnut, English Wal
nut, Hickory, Pcr-aii, lledbud,
Hooey Locust, LI iickberry, '
and a numlier of other varieties of tree and plants
too numerous to mention, nil of wHiidt are offered
at low rat. . UK X RY W. S ETTLE JlIRE.
December 17. 1S70.15
FIRST STREET, ALTJAKY, OREGON, .
j, X,, HA1II118. .. . - . . HAIOHV.
J. Is. HARRIS & CO.,
TIROPRIETOKK. We shall endeavor to
1 alwuya keep on band a full supply of all
Kinds of ISea'ts!
all of which will be of the very best Quality.
The highest market price paid lor Ueeves, Hogs
- Third door west of Ferry, on south side of First
usees. . J. L. UARtUa H
Albany, Pse. IS, 1370-1$
J. HUNT. President.
Wu. ALVORD. Vice President.
J. RALSTON, Secretary.
DA1RD, Marino Secretary.
JC33 The lending Fire aud Marine Insaranee
Company on ibis coast.
5r$.0.ti(!O deposited in Oregon.
SK'O Losses Promptly and Equitably adjusted
and paid in Gol 1 Coin.
LADD & TILTON, Gen. Agents
for Orrgan and WatJiinjlon Territory.
JOIIX COA1VI2I1, Agent,
ALBANY, OREGON. i
March 4, '7l-2fy
IS 1IERKRY GIVEN'. THAT I HAVE
opened a -.
sLivery nml Feed Stable !
in the town of LkDANON, where I will be con
stantly on hand to'attcud to tbo wants of the
I will run a hack from Albany to Lebanon and
Soda Springs, on Saturday of each week.
All busiis entrueted to tuy care will bo
promptly attended to.
W B. DONACA.
Lebanon, Sept. 10, 1S70 Iv3in3 : '
r Potatoes ! Potatoes !
Zff BUSHELS POTATOES JUST RE-OVrl-F
eeived and ia store, tor stile at $ I 25
per busbtl, by ' N. S. DUBOIS.
March II, I87l-27lf
Patronize Home. Manufactures !
V."t Iortlixn.cl Prices X
HAVING GONE LARGELY INTO
the manufacture of
ALL GRADES OF BROOMS)
lam prepared to furnish the Oregon public with
a good i broom as can be obtained on the coast,
at Portland prices. Crders solicited.
Address all orders to BLA1N. YOUNG tit
CO., Gereral Agents, Albany. Ororon. -
W. D, RELDING. '
Albany, December 3, 1S70-13?
AI.I5AAY 15 ATII llOUSC.
mnK UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
1 fully inform the citizens of Albany and v.
eioitv that be bas taken charge of this establish
meat, aud, by keeping clean rooms and paying
triet attintic ."to business, expects to suit all
those who may favor him with their patronage.
Having heretofore earried on nothing bat
First-Class Hair Dressing" Saloons,
he expeo's to give entire satisfaction to all. -
US- Children and Ladies' hair neatly cnt and
shampooed. JOSEPH WEBBER.
v; v y' Notice J I
THE PTJBHO ARE HEREBY "WARNED
not to trust my son, Jseob P Martin, minor,
a r will not be responsible for any debt of his
contracting from aad after this date.
HarrisImTg. Or,, May 19. 1871-38, . , ;
721 Pr'ues in all..... .............. .S550,00
.After paying tuetxp-nses of tho enterprise
and making tbe distntHii-iim of the ems, the ba
ante of the proceeds arising fmm tbe ale
of tickets will bo appropriated to ' the e-tablisji-mcnt
of a Free Licrary in Louisville, to be c.illed
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
By tuo provisions i f the charter this Library is I
forever free to the gratuitous use and enjoyment
of every eiliic . end it is the purpose of the trus
tees to raire a fund sufficient to secure a suitable
building, to place in it t ooks enough to form the
nucleus of a uuigt.itii eut library, and to so endow
i s to euabltf it to buy tbe cor rent publications
as thev come oat, and t t be slf-sutainiug. The
-unci rt jit dborlVjtiou wilt take placa uodtr
ll.e iiumediate supervision of the trustees named
in the act of incorporation, who are as follows:
Thos. E. Eramlette, late Governor of Ky. : II.
Wat;er.on. Editor Courier Journitl ? W.N. Halde
man, President Courier Journal Co. ; Ben Casse
day. of the Daily Commercial ; George P. Doern,
Proprietor Auieiger; H. M. McCarly, of the
daiiy Ledger ! J. S. Cain. Clerk Jtft'crsoa Court
t'omtnon Pleas; M. W. Clusky, Author Political
Text Book ; R. T. Durrcif . of the Louisville bar.
1 be trusted will be aasistwl by the following
well-known and eminent citizens of Kentucky,
wbu have consented to lie present at tbo concert.
un:l to superintend tbe drawing and distribution of
gifts : .."..:.-.
Hon. II. J. Sti'es, Judge Jefferson Court of
Common Pleas; Hon. T. B. Cochran, Chancellor
Louisville Chancery Conrt ; Hon. II. W. Bru e.
Jude Jctlerson Circuit Court ; Hon. J. O. Bax
ter, Mayor of Louisville ; lion. B. J. Webb, Sen
ator horn Kcutm-ky ; Col. G. C Wharton, U S.
Distiict Attorney : Col Phil. Lee, Proserutitig
Attorney Ninth Judicial District; Gen. J. T.
Hoylo, President N. 11. A K. R. R. ; lr. T. S.
I tell. Prof. Med. University, Louisville; Jilson
P. Johnson, Proprietor Gait House; Hon. J.
Proctor Knott, late Member Congress j Andrew
Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Broker. .
The holders of tickets to which gifts are award
ed will be paid on presentation at tbe ;fliee in
Louisville, Ky. Tickets will be for rale at the
office in Louisville on the
First of Jnly, X871.
A liberal discount will bo allowed when 100,
5f0, or 1000 tickets are purchased in slot. All
ordi rs accompanied by remittances will be
promptly attended to and the tickets returned by
mail, registered or by express, as ordered.
The undersigned, late principal Dublin ss Man
ager of the very successful Mercantile Library Gift
Concert or San Franeiaeo, having been appointed
Ascnt of the above enterprise, bas to say that
everything wid be done I" make this an entire
success, and buyers of tickets will find their in-"
terests as well guarded as if they wits personally
present and superiutcmlcd tbo eutire aflair.
CHARLES R. PETERS,
Gait House. Louisville, Kentucky.
A communication, directed to - thai s
officers of tbe Stat Agricultural Socictj,
requesting theno ;-;to . jnite the Xlon ;f
Horace Greeley, editor of the New York ,
Tribune, to deliver the nnur ddresji,::-,
before the Society this fall, has been
published. The officers of the Society
could notxloa better thing than to heed .
this request it will be paying invest. , r
ment ; and if it be true that the exebeq
uer of the Society is depleted, here Is a . .
most feasible tlan for filling it to OTer-J
flowing. Let tbe people of Oregon "nn- "(
derstand that Mr, Ureeley is to deliver
an address for theif benefil'. on th oce.j
sion of thennnual Fair, andthere'U'tWvl-.;; '
ly bo room enough witbio the ' present
enclosure, large as it is,' to Tiold th
people they will flock front the ntter--'
most ends of the State j and notonlyfroni
this State, but from all portions; of the
coast. A better "card" to secure full m
house could not be selected. If the officers
are tbe far-secin, enterprising gentle-
meti we arc led to believe, this ' augges- f
ion will receive their immediate atten-
tiou. Tho fact that CoL Taggart "ha '
been invited to deliver an address befora
the Society, and the probability ' that he -will
accept, is no reason why Mr. .Gree
Ly, should not be invited alsqUwuidI
make the Fair doubly iotercsting. .A ,
suggested by Maj. Franeisvene migh:j
deliver the opening and the . other the
closing address. If, however, the-of
fleets of the State AgvicolturaP SocieTr'
fail to do their duty in this' matter
h.ipe the officers of the Linn County
Agricultural Association ; ?.,vrijl' waUx -in
and secure the prize,; securing such-an,
attendance as they caunot-obtain inany,
other way, and showing they have ,th,
tierve" aud -nand" to runa Fair. Boys,
' revolve" : this matter for a moment, and.
then. "go for it." It a abig feature, an d it-
will scour. . , ; ; , . . . .
ACADEHY OF MCSIC, .
OMAHA, : i NEBRASKA,
, T-ULXXe OO, 1871. ';
TICKETS. TWO DOLLARS EACH ; COUP
ONS, ONK DOLLAR EACH., f
'GIFTS TO BE AWARDED t
I Cash Gift . .. ... .....,.$20,0f0
1 Cash G ift
1 Cash Gift........................
1 Cash Gi t.
1 Cash Gift.... ....m...
1 Cash G ill
1 Cash Gift...
1 Cash G irtM.
1 Cash iiift .....
1 Cash Gilt. . .
1 Cash Gift. ....... u.
1 Cash Gift." ............ .........
1 Cash Gift.. .......... . ...
1 Cash Gift....;....-,.... .......
1 Cash Gift......... ............
15 Cash Gifts, $500 each......
10 Cash Gifts, $250 each.....
20 Cash Gifts, $100 each..
bO Cash Gifts, $j0 each
100 Cash Girts, $:0 each... ..
100 Cash GitU,S2i each .
lO 'O Cash Gifts, (IU each.
100Q Cash Gilts, $jeaeh..
Run Over by Cattle. One jight
last week several bands of cattle arrived, "
at Mr. John Cluypool's, on the mountain,
waou road, some sixty miles' from this,
city. The cattle, some five hundred head,
were driven into a Targe corral, and 'left
for the i-ight." During tbe night a mon
strous panther made his way into the"
corral, and it is supposed, seized a calV
The bellowing of tho frightened calf and
the presence of" the panther demoralized,
the cattle, and a stampede ensued, j Tha
terrified drovers, ; awakened from deep
sleep by thc.tenifie bellowing of the
stampeding cattle, leit their warm blank;,
ets iu a hurry, seeking safety inflight!
One of them, Mr. Benj. Stratton, 'of
Washington courty, was so unfortunate
as to get among the cattle, who knocked
him down and run over him," braising '
and Lsce rating - his body, v tearing ;.hia
cluthes, and leaving hitu in a. bad, plight
for traveling. Our townsman, Jo. Gray,
was found, after the ; excitement had
somewhat subsided, some distance from,
the corral on a log, not having the least
idea how he got there or what 7 was j the
matter. John says he never 'was so
bad scared in his life. The" cattle "scat,
tcred through th,o mountains in " every
direction, and when Mr. Claypool lefta
large number" of them were still1 "absent .
and unaccounted for." ' ' ,'T1
Bon Voyage. The irrepressible and
jolmious vender of leather and" leather
finding, Mrt J. Bow, of the firm of Dow
& Crane, First street, Albany, Oregon,
jumped a board the cowcatcher on wciijL
tisMilsv. nntl lorantAtl - Till. TVirtTatiH an
25 X O O , O O O ' , . - it "v , .
t VAtirii Tnr ' It iufiri I In tvuta rA ' 1am ,1.
CwIF'T J?J STIVAL T ne w stock of boots, shoes, etc., and etijey
2310 Gifts, amounting to..,....,. ......$1QO,000
Which will be distributed by the Mctvai. Aid
Association- - .
JHO-Thi enterprise will be conducted in a pre
cisely similar maunor to thstof the late Grand
Gi t Concert of tbo MERCANTILE LIBRARY
ASSOCIATION, of San Franeiaeo, which gave
ach Univer'at SoflVacfioa.
Good, responsible agents wabtsd. . 1 Liberal
For full partleu ars address " -
LYF0KD CO., Omaha, Nobraska,
OB, CsMweU filoek. : Business liaaaawrs, '
a "few" life. And mav pleasant breeaes
waft him on his journey, and may he r.
turn to -us soon again, his seTen-beaiga
countenance wreathed in beautboussmilds.
So-long, Johnathan. . . s; t .
Two American ladies, with- slsle
man companion, recently made'the tlap
from tho Sea nf Okbotsh across, Siexia
to St. Petersburg in sledges, i dkancs
of seven thousand miles ""
r-r : ' --'n.li.af -itioy-.-:-.
Love is indclatiable ;-it never wear. ;
tea. Lnve is inexhaustible ; ' Ht-'tlooms
and bads again ; - and the more, itja&f.
fused, the more it abounds. . y i txt
Twenty.six thousand children aravsbw
learning niuxio in the Boston pfio .
schools. Fifteen thousand of 1 Wry, are
sn far advanced -as tt be competent to
tko part in a musical feativa).-.,wI w
1 1 : 1 " fft ..' "
The Missouri Democrat asks (,C lild
anybody have believed, halt a Uoen j .'ra
ago, that the time would 'vri'-'i..i in
this country when leading Ja tio
papers would insist that Mr. Je' loq
Davis, President of the - Confucrat
States, was a man of no po!'4ical,.ons.
iueDCr' : '- -j.
. ' 1 1 W, t 1 1 1 1 1 n ' .J
In Rock Island, on that l:i v-st'ri,
owpor by the name f ' i rr" t
about a. foot of Iifligoti issi- vi (g, .
aiderable cheee, uad drai.'i ov r . oalf ;
keg of lager beer. ; Ca y,Vl
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