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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1872)
. Attf.nk the MmiM). Parties
ylio have taken, stock in the Santiain
Canal 8tjirWs tot all others who
w Ull to SIllHCTilX! tO tllC capital stock.
are-requested to meet at the office late
ly occupied hy JiM. Klkins. on
Ferry street, on Saturday. August 31.
1S71 at t o'clock P. M. of siltlilny. to
t ike tlie necewary steps to organize a
company, so tiki tlir early cnuuncncc
intiit of w ork on tin? nroiiosed ininrove-
nteiit may lie inaugurated. More than
half the capital stock has been taken.
thus enahllng tlie stockholder to or
sjanue themselves into a company for
liie prosecution of Ihe work. Let ev
.Trhody attend w ithout fail, who is in
the least interested in Uic future of
Oitt Kis.vv m Following Is the
eondilion of llie city finances to date,
i handed us hy our gentlemanly Re
corder. J, 11. llerren :
Cash collected on taxe. ...IR.130 40
' ree'd on licenses 1.131 (ii)
' collected on fines
1 ree'd from former Trea s
Total reccij,t (4,621 0(1
tStmputed iiineliteilness at the
dm of the ym V8 !W 27
Amt. onlers drawn hv pres
out Council .' 1,1 W 42
Avnllalv cash fifssfi 07
Amt.delinpictittaN -fi 12
POjCWJilKSTAin'. A ticket (not
fcransfcrablpx lias been kindly sent ltd,
to attend a grand skating tournament
K-'jich w ill tranpireon the evening of
August .list, at Woodwanl's Garden,
tsan Francisco. A diamond eagle
medal, made of hventy-tuocar.it gold,
and containing twenty-two diamonds,
":th gokl knte attached containing
to more diamonds, the whole valued
at (250, is to he awarded to the niot
graceful and skillful skatlst. It would
do us proud to attend tlie tournament
ami take item inula I. hut as no "pass"
ver rail and steamer lines, or 'cheek"
to defray incidentals" accompanied
'he ticket, our friend Woodward will
nlease excuse our non-attendance, and
make our apology to the admiring
vrowd who will donUles assemble oil
tlie oavislou to slvtke our editorial di
its awl glance into our eagle eye
Cxcuse us this time, noble duke !
iTKirs. II. C. Clement.
Ktp, writes us a note from llalsey.
from which we get the following Items:
The warehousei luive received only
sliout 11.000 bushels of 'grain as yet.
M farmers love not fairly commenced
hauling. Halsey Is rapidly inoreasing I
ia size ami population, and bn-incss is '
very good for the season of (lie year. '
Mr.C. lwispronii-edm a weekly re-
port of the amount of grain rtoml in !
Halsey during the season, and this to
gether with reports from other impor
tant jioiuts in tlie county, which we
lave secured the promise of, w ill give i
our readers a filr idea Of the amount !
of grain harvested in Linn county dur-1
i. ig tlie season.
bwsi'.u'Kit Ehtekpkisk. A circu
lar from the office of the S. F. Cknmt-
rt" informs uj of the prosperity and !
increasing atrotiiige ofiluit cntei pris
ing journal. Its circulation having
increased very rapidly within the bi-t
lx months, the proprk t n;s find thein-(
selves unable to jwint tlieir full edition !
In time for the mails with present fa- i
cilities, iheMfore have neeu oomprlled :
to opler dircit from the Xew York j
factory, a new 'Hoe rotary, four cyl-1
iiuler, double quarto" press w hleh will j
print all four pages at once, with a j
capacity of striking off 10,000 complete,
copies per Imr, w hich can. by stereo
typlng. l-e lliereoseil to 20.WXI cr
liour. Hie press will weigh fifteen j
tons, and will be 32 feet 8 inches in '
length. 13 feet 8 inches wide, and I'll
f'.-ct high. It w ill take six men to j
work it, ami will e K f30,000. An j
autlau bun ilnma U In lie nurt-hased for '
tlie f'hnmidi; wlieii it will be one of
as U is now one of the
papers on the Pacific
I'MisONAi. Mkmion. fialge .fohn
WH, of Onyni City, Was in the city on
AihIv t arf'thers, of A. Carothers &
(V, lias gone for a two week' (east on
oysters, clauM. etc.. at Yaijnina.
John Barrows, of Wain. Young &
starts for Hon Francisco on Mon-
Mr. Kline, of Kline & Co.. left for
jJuTFranelseo on Satimlay.
Bob Head, ot theCorvalii' I"
Ws in fair bnrg on Sal unlay, looking
alU-r the Interests of his paaT.
(Ihi. Wi-cl, of tiie firm of Gill.' Steel
St Bancroft, Portland, called the first
t tlie week.
CfflKtM'.. WHtamette No. I. Port
Nt d. lats aiTi pfed tlie Invitation of
our OjjcsUts. ami will be here on tin
lhofSc(tiiol er. when a grand thin
rta he had by tlie lire-boys and tbeii
IP&i, Fun aliead.
' Ly rOOCT. We are Iialebted to om
wteeuasl Mewl, J. Beard, Esq... for a
iMiekcinil of (none sujrior Lawtoi
VhujUxrfx jtathered from his garden.
Wake l'r '. Tin- matter of tlai con
struction of a canal or ditch, carrying
water from the Suntlam rrver to this
city, for Manufacturing and oilier put
h)scs has been uanvaaMd ..'. re-enn-vnsfed
until every eWlten ii tlmrough
ly conversant with all the pro anil
eons OOUtteeted tlK'ivn ith. While
iliert- can he found no man in tlie coin
nnintty wlto is ihI convinced' of the
iuilKirtJUKi! to the growth and prosiicr
ity of this city of tlie success of (lie im
provementof Ihe sucoef-ftil transfer
of the water-' of the Smiiam to thl-
chv, ny nv-ans of a canal or ditch at
i the mm time it is also apparent tlial
our people are lacking in Hie energy
and enterprise necessary to the suc
cessful carrying through of the enter
prise. We mean hy Ibis assertion that
the moneyed men and it will take
money to build a canal twelve or fif
teen mik's in length, w ith its locks,
gates, etc. do not lake hold of the
matter w ith the nece-sary spirit hi
short, do not come down with the
"kale seed in sufficient uinntities to
i put the matter to a stiecessfiil issue,
There has liocn too much apathy and
want of appreciation In a matter tint
is really of so much intriu-lc worth, in
fact, of such absolute necessity to the
prosperity of our city. On divers and
several occasions subscriptions have
liecn circulated, meetlu&s. have been
called, speeches made, und in one iu--taiueat
least, a n assessment levied,
and a surveyor employed to run a line
for the proponed ditch. Mr. Ulltlitink,
w e bcliovu, not only made thorough
survey of the proposed line or mute of
the. canal, hut drew up a profile-map,
Sflid map being now in the possession
of Luther Klklns, Esq. All the efforts
heretofore, from want of a proper Mil
ilcrstniiilhig, unity of purpose, or some
oilier cause, in tlie direction of the
canal, have signally tailed. Some
weeks since Mr. Elklns determined to
make one more effort to arouse our
people to iIh' importance of the enter
prise. After inueh labor he has suc
ceeded in obtaining something over
half the amount of capital needed,
subscribed, and now proposes to call
tlie subscribers of said stock togetlier.
orcauke a coinnanv. -ecur'ue' hniiusll.
ately to the company so organized the
right of way for a ditch, levy an as
sessment upon tlie capital su'tscrlbed,
and push the work to a successful com
pletion. We are in hojies now that
when this matter once takes definite
shape, our peoptc will not be found
backward in aiding it. The amount
necessary to complete the improvement
is not beyond the means of our citizens
md should ail be snbrihed right
here. Citizens of Albany, w ake up to
the interests involved. Don't let this
matter go by default, hut attend the
meeting called for Saturday afternoon,
August 81st, organize a eoinpany.
take up the remaining stock, anil put
the enterprise through. The simple
announcement that a coinnanv lias
ir i,,,- organized and all Ihe -lock
subscribed for building the Suntlam
canal, will have an Immediate and un
precedenled effect upon real values in
this city : it would stimulate the
growth and material welfare of Ihe
city more than any other enterprise
ever has since the first settlement of
Of the Columbia Annual Conference,
M. K. Church South, for ensuing con
ference year :
Umatilla District To be supplied.
Walla Walla Circuit- "
" Boise and Payette Cr-G. Curtis.
Umatilla Indian- To be supplied,
Willamette District 1). It. Baxter.
CorvallU and Jtinclioil itv lame
Kelsv. Dallas-. f. M. I.Ve!l.
Ii Fayette and Tillamook R. T.
Salent & E, Portbind K. -L IJowne.
Ongou City To be supplied.
Albany Circuit I). C. McFarlatld.
Brownsville R, c. Ogle-by.
Const Fork I-;, (i. Michael".
.las Kinery, Professot' in Corvallls
College: A K. Sears. College Agent.
.facksoiiville District B. R. Jobusoii
Jacksonville Circuit J. W. Staid. .
Rosehure Clrenit B. R. Johnson.
Oakland Circuit -To be supplied f.
W. Starr .
Josephine Cimiit To he supplied.
Trauaferred to Pacific ( nntereiice
W. A. Finlcy.
liOeated by their own request B,
C. Martin aiid B. F. Bureh.
DUeonthiueil at tlieirown nipie-t
J. VV. Starr and T. '. B. Kmbree.
J.VS. EMERY, Sec.
Albany. August m. 172.
A hkmh.i nov,
Adopted at a meeting of tin- Common
Council of da. city of Albany August !
wn, .micreu primci :
Smtion 1. HcsoIvmI hv (Ih; ( "01- :
in-.ii ('oiiiicd of tlie t ilv ,,i AlbaiiVi
Tlait the citisais of the said city la;,
and they are hereby reipie-'.ed. to take
su;h uieasnn's ai are netfssary to re
move all tilth from tlieir rear 'and back
yards and alleys, or sfrwts adjawait
tnflu-h.nmm.rti-. ..... I alui ... .,...,.
huh hole-oine smell- ari-inir from neir.
........ .. .v... , -
lected outhoii es ; ami we would very .
resiieetfhilv recommend tlie use of;
. .' . . i.. M . .. .
ctiionae oi nine wmnunM.
Sw. 2. And the City Marshal Is
Iiereby instructed to rwjuire compll-
ante with the foregoing request.
J. It. 1IERREX, CUy Bee,
As ixcihKST ok Hakvkst. One
day htt wtck, Jud Dnber, while at
tlie residence of Martin Luper, Ksq
incidentally reiiuirked that lie was in
want of more harvest hands. Mrs.
Luper, who was present and heard the
remark, at once proffered her services
to drive tlie reaper, which, by the
way, is one of the Wool Combined
Keapers and Mowers recently pur
cliased hy tlie Judge of W. S. New bury,
Ksij., of this city, agent of C. II.
Comstock & Co. The Judge remark
ed, "all right," not having tlie remot
est idea at the time, tint Mrs. Lupet
meant just what sin- said. Tlie fol
lowing tnorniK. however, to the
fudge's great surprise, bright and ear
ly, Mrs. Luper made her appearance,
and after selecting tlie best team in
the Judge's stables, and seeing them
properly harnessed ami "nitclieti" to
the Walter A. Wood self-raking ivaji
er, mounted and proceeded wWrtbe
business of CIlttillK tlie wheat. For
two days Mrs. Luper managed that
team and ream1 r, in wheat estimated
to yield fjrty hu-hels lo tlie acre, with
such skill as to obtain tl.e Unanimous
expres'ion from all whohnvc been over
tlie Holds, that it is really tlie cleanest
111 I smoothest Job Of harvesting exe
euteil during the present season in Al
bany I'nilrlo. Mi -. Luper took entire
charge ot the Itcajier during the two
days, oiled it. etc.. and w lieu asked by
her husband, Martin Lnjier, Ksip. why
she couldn't drive his lteaper during
the harvest, remarked that she could
and would, il lie would purcha-e one
of the game kind of machines tlie
Walter A. Wood Self-raking Reaper
In this connection we remark that
fudge llabcr and Mr. Luper, two of
the lending and most successful Burn
ers in Linn county, are both highly
pleased w ith the manner in which the
Wood machine does its work, and pro
nounce it the best machine now offer
ed to the public. C. 15. Comstock &
Co. are the sole agents for tlie sale of
this Reaper in Oregon and Washing
Where to Stoke Wheat. Among
the most prominent dealers in grain in
this city. Messrs. C. B. Comstock
Co. take rank. Since pucliaslng the
large warelaaiscat the fiiotof Ellswortli
street, they Imvc kept a number of me
chanics employed in strengtheniug ex
tending, adding to and repairing it.
have put in a new engine and boiler.
number of elevators, two cleaners
that do their work to a charm, and
otherwise so Improved and simplified
tlie internal arrangements for handling
and storing grain, that it would seem
that a in re convenient warehouse
could not in; found anywhere and
mechanics an -till at work adding to
the conveniences. The warehouse
contains Befell grain bins 21x30 feet,
besides a large; amount of room for
storing grain in sacks. Tlie prooww
es of cleaning, weighing and elevating
tlie grain have been so CftreAllly ar
itingeyiud adjusted, that it would
seem next to impossible that a single
grain of wheat should lie lost in its
transfer from wagons to the bins.
This is a .s nv'w leattire that recom
mends the warehouse to every firmer.
The machinery and everything con
nected with the warehouse moves with
tlie utmost harmony and ease ; and
the business is so carefully mnmtgcd, un
der the care of W. S. Newbury, Esq..
Messrs. Comstock & Co. 'a agent, that
an accident of any kind would stem
entirely out of question. Another fea
ture that may add to the customers of
I rt'CSOgei't'cincn, is the fact, statesl by
I l!lt, wvd in to-day's issue.
that they enjoy superior facilities for
Uhlnnhnr main to rnmim'i muvi-..
i i r, r, . -.
Grain can thus go from first hinds
suing to the producer the margin
which must otherwise go into the pock
ets of middlemen to nuke up tlieir
profits. These gentlemen liave al
ready secured a large amount of grain
for storage, but are prepared, through
arrangements elsewhere, to receive
and store all the grain brought to
them. Read their card elsewhere,
and mil and see and examine for
yourselves tlieir facilities for storing
and -hipping grain.
AWiMiST Attf Kii.i.i.i. On Thnrs
ilay night of last w eek, at 'thd resi
dence of Mr. Follace, about two1 miles
this side of tabauon, Robt. Ralston,
son of J. Ralston, Esq- town proprie
tor of Lebanon, accidentally shot him
self with a pistol, from the effects of
which he died almost instantly. De
ceased, James (.ore, him one other
young man whose mime we did not j
learn, were together in the home the j
family being absent-when the aed-
(Iult occurred. The ball from tlie pis-!
,vl iiMiiiMiit tlirniifvlk tint mi4 ..' lu
arm into the lett side of deceased.
Tlir,i nro OA lnit.iv niinrwi ftllrvi. (.,
reg!inl to llie manner In which tla;
.lr..irnl Miviileol was hrnmrbf lv...i
that we are lett In doubt a to m hleli
i tla true one. mid therefore sit .11
Bivc none of them until we arc aatisft
----- - ------ ... .
cl we have lull ami reliable data,
'1'.. ..-.. - 1 ...... ,t i
to Mrs. Martin Ltuier for presents of
nice, awect Hll-'roaselleivs,- i
left at our resJlciice on difrcrejit obi's.-
slotis during the week, !
' Tanokkt, August 21, Is72.
The late rains have caused consider
able delay in IwtTtestWgil Imt there
was not sufficient to do much damage.
It caused some of the grain to straw
full, and lias increased the numtier of
green heads or second growth, which
came Up after the previous rainfalls.
The Spring sowing is coming in.
and is of fair average quality. The
yield km acre promises to lie about an
The Itcst sample of spring sowing
that lias come to tlie warehouse, is of
the Chili Club variety and was grown
by Mr. C. Pearling, on new ground,
on (he farm of .Mr. C. P. Knighton,
about one mile south of Tangent.
A novel iglit to some of the people
of tills vicinity, was witnessed last
week on the farm of Jiue Halier,
abollta mile and a half northeast of
town. Tlie wife of one of tie best
farmers in Linn conntv, appeared on
I lie scene with a Wood Self-raking
Reaper, and cut down a field of graic,
white tlie Judge and another gentle
man bound it up,
The receipts of w heat, stored in the
Warehouse, during the 'week ending
Augn t 17th, were 2.2! centals,
amount shipped by J. IL Foster ft Co.
tor tlie same week, seven car loads or
1,100 centals, This makes a total
strored and shipped from tlii- place,
during the season, of 7,320 centals, or
W. J. M.
Flits. We secured on Wednesday,
a rljx' tig. said tig having obtained its
start in the city of Albany, Linn comi
ty, Oregon. It is a peculiar fruit, is
tigs ami we can conscientiously say.
it' tin" specimen before lis is a fairaver
age fig. we don't take to tigs that is
to say. we are not fa-cinated hv shape,
taste or smell. But wiiut we intended
to say was tlie aforementioned tig
was, With others, taken from a free di
rectly in front of the residence of Mr.
( has. Mealev. The tree was broujrltt
from California in 1X1)2, and planted
where it now flouri-he and brings
forth abundant fruit. Although
(lie tree has bore fruit heretofore,
until tlie present season tlie fruit
has never ripened lias been nipped,
probably, hy 'untimely frosts.'' The
body of tlie tree, which consists of three
steins is not large, but It lias a tremen
dous head. The leaf is vcrv laruc.
and the tree resembles a gigantic wa
ter III v more llian anyUHljg else we
can think of. There seems to In; a
new growth of fruit even" month.
The Cri'izEss ok Lkuanox And
vicinity are rcpiesteil to meet at tlie
Methodist church in said place, on
Thursday the 5th day of September
next, at 1 o'clock 1. M.. for the purpose-of
taking the necessary steps lo
secure a branch or snitch of Ihe Ore
gon & California Hailroad to Leb
anon. It i- hoped that a general at
tendance of tanner-, mechanics, mer
chants and all others interc'ted, will
Kti.i.KH. A sport named Cherokee
Smith was killed in Eugene, a day or
two since, by a Mr. Miller. Smith
liad been writing letters, so the story
goes to Miller's wile; Miller told
Smith that if he did not discontinue tlie
letter-writing business in tiiat direc
tion, Ik; Miller) would shoot him.
Smith, the next day, wrote two let
ters, and Miller, to make Ms wonl
good, went for Smith, found him at or
near the hotel, and -hot him. Smith
is tolerable dead. Both men reputed
Pi wis ami Ouruxs. Probably
the finest toned pianos built are tliose
ot Hal let, Davis & Co.. and the or
gans of greatest power, richness and
sweetness of tone, arc those offered by
Geo. Woods & Co. : and tlie surest
and easiest way to get either or Ixith
of these, is to order of the sole agent
tor Oregon, Mr. Badger, an accom
modating gentleman, who thoroughly
understands bis biz., and will fill all
onlers promptly. Read ad. on fourth
BiiHU.AitiKS. They have had so
many thieveries, burglaries, etc.. in
Salem, tills summer, that even the lit
tle boy liave caught the infection.
Three little fellows, on last Sunday,
we are told ny tne Ntatpmaa, were
spreolng around on nine dollars which
one of them, tla-son of Mrs. Arthur,
had stolen from his mother. In addi
tion the same journal gives np instance
of where a friend of Mr. E. C Alex
ander entered the room ot tlie latter,
and while he was asleep, extracted
twenty-six dollars from bis pantaloons,
w hich were under his head, without
waking him, replaced the pants, and
the next day. when Alexander liad
dissevered bis loss, banded the sum
j,.,,. , y
i'liat was very nnhpie.-
ly done, and finite amu-lng. but rather
suggestive of wlKit'-mightllttvebeeii."
Pk iciiks, nr. For a flue ns-ort-
liKftit of extra large plums, three vari
eties, apples, and two of the largest
we Iwve seen on the const, wo
"re UMieiKisi to llie Kindness oi tlie
Jy - f uml jiissfiil nurseryman.
Mr. Jolili Millard. It Is no wonder
ii... t miiii-. ..j ..... !.. .1.. i
.,,-.- ..... viii..,,, i .- . i v, hi, ... ,.,:..,.,.,
when be can exhibit such fruit to pur
chasers. B UTJ vkd. Report of tlie Oregon
a... i . t . . . ?.
Statc lce,'cr ' ,lwtltl,te-lM at
K04"" lt week, receifed too late for
Albany Collegiate Institute.
'V).wof'ariMSft rjTtWSli'!Kll,iu'afo',0! The IMpart-
.n 1. . l- 'enif'cvnn.lllie Arts, ei.il.in,-.-. Ihe Cln-i,
IHfor&L'.wn'' V": f,,r"",w"l lWr.l, B.a Bkwtlve atu.l.
1 1:1 "' '" " of i lie u' love ours,--,,
in. ih par liient Uiiokkwptotr m Buslnem wilt em'.iair nil t'le s'n.tlrs
SffiS ,',"'1',!'i:,,''Oiiini1MviHl("tiKiel(.,,,iin.ihe.leu'r.s-emf(-i-iv.ltsI A.
.. i. J , ,',"!'' "" ''.-'"'.vwIillH. meter Hi., snedal surn-n l-i.wi f.i In-.
1 . ,1 "' y5! ?rrtntu(hai( of the Western l uhm Tetatcranli
'fflKi n 111 'v!''"'1 '"lo II"' CWfcije lmtl.liiW,in.t .., ruViilsnVl
Ii, ' , " u "','i,"ISw"",,-01'ifd ewln-ively t,y nt luteals of On
l lMiwiiim4 ndvunlHicrH In Hnate. PIiiMi,k an Ornwlnni.
riii--i-eit inf.Hni:t.Ni, w-iiit fori 'n'aloiiie.
W.TKltMKl.Oxs. The finest we hae
seen this season came from Layton's
griKwry establishment, where ypa can
obtain groceries, vegetables, fruit, etc.,
at fair Hgnres.
nit. vi nr.y immnrs
Inralllblc Worm Kyrup.
Its value in removing nuMscsnf ernilltles
from I In- siouiiu li ami howelsof elllldren,
even whom worms do not exst,eMinwt In
too likrhly estimate l.
lever mel Agno. Persons buMRiihta do
I.IUIateil Iqi tbu prwoaenof norms in the
stoniaeh or bowels, arc inure llatihi to have
n pTOtnWtOd WKUrw of uUIIIh uml fever.
The worm remedies have I ee . known In
dire hen nil other n ine ties h ve Utile I,
especially in chllilron.
Km- sale ty A. i Sana hers A-1 wliotesalo
lin t relull ilrinraisi, Ailimiv. m-. IViee
One Doltni- pur bottle. ' vi'iiiuma
I'ltOM M aink to C A uniirxi A . New
WILSON" Strait Needle Cudcrfecd
Sewing Machine is Ihe BEST MA
CIIINK for all kinds of work on both
heavy and lilit sewing. It runs easy
and is simple ; a child can use it. It
is never out of order, and is
ALWAYS KKAllV TOK Bl'SIXKSS '.
It has lately taken Ihe premium at the
great Vortliem Ohio state Pair for
bett work done on theflrotmd. iNm't
tail to see the New Wilson Machine,
and remember that I'lITY DOL
LARS now buys the best Sewing Ma
chine in the world. Call at Blahl,
Voting ft Co. 's, w holesale and retail
dealers in general merchandise, first
Fou Sai.k. Having concluded not
toiro into the Einnilis business inime-
ill.ih.lv -,. nfV. I,,.- ....lir..
outfit, consisting of two
win!? ni l-
chines and a mowing machine the
vlippcr. We will sell for ca-li, ivadv-
moncy, greenbacks, legal tender,
horses cows with calves in fact most
any way to make parlies safe. All
new and first class.
X kw M vo azixk. We propose com
mencing the publication of a monthly
illustrated magazine about the middle
of August or first of September. It
ill be devoted to literary matters,
and to Illustrating prominent points
in the Willamette Valley and other
portions of Oregon and Washington
Territory. It will Ik; of large size,
neatly printed, ami will be furnished
lo subscribers at $1 per year. As tlie
price is so low, we hope to furnish at
least one copy to every family in this
valley. A more interesting publica
tion for mailing to friends in the East
can not be obtained. Those who wish
to stimulate home linltHtrles should
hand u- tlieir names at once, so that
we may know how many copies to
print for the first edition, A genera!
invitation is extended to everybody to
call at the RlilUsTUI ollice and sub
scribe for the Illustrated monthly.
TO Tilt: FlimERS
LINN & BENTON COUNTIES.
I'm: i XDt:iHHf:o wm i. nt;
- apoolntllyimnoanuithat Ihey hw.fen
11 rely i-eiiKsleklitiiil rem.vi.teil ih.rirUrjse,
eoiiiiuoJlons ami sutistailtfal
tliat ib.-y have sfrennttiened iin-i .i-.l t
tllo same, erected new works .till Ire- llial
(Key now havelwu A No. I ( leioiers, whli
lar.ro ItAsvatoriieoiiijiliitel nave put in fi-w
Iv.1l.-r mitt Unglne, and aru.now i.r..inirel
lo Hike in niiil Imiellt.
Wbeat cfc oats
very ru i 1 1 ly and eoiiveiilenllv.
Vie woiilif also (till the intention of the
funnels ii. llie fuel that our f:u-llllles Tor
'liliiniiu to n I'oii'iifn Miirket are very
coin ilete, and thill lliey will Hint II lottiefr
Riluuilae to call at our olll.v lor furllii-r
Information as to our 1'ucliliicn and lerins
W, S. Nlitt IICBV, AKCI'f.
Mnntifucturer of and dealer in
A Uood Artlele tor a rlt Prim.
rnrt leular hi (en t Ion pAid to BEPAUUXO.
Hliwld, Aojrust (MUniS
! roRs; rrai!
TIIElnnWT PRIfKS PAIIIIMCA8U
for all kinds of IWHM, by
III.AIX, rotSti CO.
AJIjany,reb., iMStf, 1
K. K. WAUHCH, A. JI., Prr.WeiU.
tiiibu voi.rnt:. l7.
t xt nsum oi ii nortro.
rPIIK l'ltol'KIKTdft Of tiii: ri.ui.ir
1 uml IVu Ki.i Ui IJJiTl.v.u'nii ill.-U wil h
I he snrtmsitireiiity ai'hti-il. Is itet.-nn ine t
to siitl niriher Improve the Papvr,aiiJ !u
seeureu lor i lie ensuinjt year
SR. A. J. DIFI R
to nntep an
llt'Cill K.MALE, EMJ.,
lo write nis the
RESOlRfES OF ORECiO.V,
COL. J. R. EAK1SH
to Imvc contTuI oi' thr
JAS. O'iHEAR l
Will !.e EOITOB l II 1 1 1
bouil and XewsCntinniis ill lie un Jer
Iheuonlrol of writers of ulilllly.
On the first ofik-lotorivo will commence
Hie puultuatton of u
KPLOiUID NTUKY, EVriTLED
aiia"oli!.nu.li.v..f lherlel.ral.M Moan-
nil... uml k,
" ' rcvvi" nvo.en-1 ii,i)M-rtv lit
I :'i ..',1 , 1 1 . t 111 ' n ill 1 1 1 1,-. I ' i ,l,i- ......
ui u million .toiiin-s.
8 on per i car.
ot live, i .',o iii.-li-
Ad I ress Oregon, nolle Un,
BUCKETM, TUBS, PA ILH,
WorM nt lr.'(rou lily, Orciroa.
rpilK ORBUUX HOOWKX MARK
A Manufacturing lOmmiiy, haviiim n
.eiitly eonipleted their works nt Oregon
( itv with the numt approved machinery,
enibiwiiiir the ncwusi putlerns ami latesl
imicnis, iiuiMHteilat jjn-iU Ht fm, jij.
siuhnsctts, llie KSTABUsHMK.Vr, In ail
its iipiM.imnxmln, will compuiv lavoruhly
with any .Mlu-r ill Ihu Tutted stnti-s.
flieCoiiilMity un- pn-m-d to till nil nr-llel-slnrl'KtlAK.
M M'l.Ka-el ASH III I'K-
KTs.Tt its, irrrricK kikklni.ialmo?i
KITtS WASHUI1AKI1S, Miultie Bobbins,
Ihis.in-biuaiUM, 4e.. Ac.
I'll ii ieniiu-ntlenl ion i-eulie-l to our ASII
PAJUand Bl'lTKB nilKCiS iinni ilelu
far sapertor to any Iteretofpre in nmi-kcr.
u-eausfnx no unpleasant lastoorsmull to
t he contents.
FmiutMK-snpi-ri.irfaf'iiltlHS we are en
alilnl l supply IIm-tni le on tin; most n !
vanlueous terms, und liy prompi ation
tlon andexis-llefil wiH-knmnsliip w illuieril
sue(s-s iii our line.
llealers un; n-inieMte-1 to cxunimc our
nuri'r, lu-ffin- pmvnasiiii; elsew hero,
t7.VeViressaii eomnuinlcai ions to
J. D. BIIJSN, --,,,
POrlIun.1, On-yon .
XOTK'K. Any Backers or Tntw mnnn-
fni-luivl hy iisv-wlilchdouotKlveuompiel
isit htfaef if ivtiii-nc.l, will lie n-placej
ny new nam, wllnoiit eliunce Sw mnghL
:,ii l-:iin J. 1. IIII.Ks, Aaent.
A. B. MORRIS,
K)KU ARD1 MERCHANT.
JJvim; tWU it. :he.vilf.-s
nt, f.M.t of nnsidalliln stns-t,on tlinlwnk
of Hie W iUituiuKe rlvor, 1 tun preiwn-d t
BVY, NEW,, IVfOBE OR FORWARA
WHEAT or OAT8,
in nnfliiiltod ipiant 1 1 lint.
The HhjMat Riu-hrt Prire mid Ih
(fcab tor Wheal OsU.
Parties winning (n stoi-etiniln. can mak
armngemenlutoitetall tha suokn niwde.1.
Onda storod and forwarded ol lowtMt
A sluiro of pat ronate Is soltutlfl.1.
A. U. VUBSfil.
Albany, July 17-4Gva