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ALBANY. OREGON. SEPTEMBER 20. 1878.
CO. v. SETTLESHJ3R,
1) R.UGG I ST,
Successor to D. w. Wakefield),
I'arrlMi' .' BalldtltVi FiratWteet,
f DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS. ETC
All title) warranted pure, Mid of tlie
best quaiity. ...
IrtlTSlCianB pri'seion wiw wMr.,M.j - .'.
Allny,.0et it, 1889-fitf
A. MOTHERS I CO.,
CllKMHAM, OILS PAIHTS, DTfES
' All Hie popular
HSE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
NOTIONS I'KBI" irjlEBT,
1 promptness given
onsniul Family Bee
A. CAROTBERS A GO.
Murder in Albany
iSNUVER riETBEEJ) KNOWN, AID
ao threatening of Itat present.
is a tlilnL' which sometime must befell
,.,,'r son and daughtcrof the hnuian fam
ily ; and yet,
.v the MM-lay,
ufvonriiiv.il aiaoase toys Ws -llo I'5.,y1,"
mn yon, there Is still "a i,lm nt.ile.id,
hv wwh van Bias Ue rcatori'dtopprffict
health, ami prolong yourdaystoawtraen
By calling on
B. C. HILL SOBf,
With 'i prescript 'on. where you can have
ii comnmmded by one i xpcrlcneed In that
nartictuarline. Also, constantly on hand
n good assort mem of rrosh dTOW,pnHmt
meiUelnes, chemicals, paint, oils, aye
ptuffs, trusses, oto. Agcntsfortno
Celebrated I nk Weed Remedy,
Or. Oregon Rhenmatlo Corel Dr. D.Jayne
,y Sonsi medicines, etc.
Spence's Positive and Negative Powders
kept in stock, AlsoagoWs tonne
Home Shuttle Newtng MaeWn,
one of the most uaeftU pieces of honsehold
furniture extant, ('all ami examine,
B.C. DUX ft SON.
Albany, June 10,71408
The standard remedy for Coughs, In
fliicnzn. Sore Threat, Whooping Cough,
Crimp, hhrr Cinnplnfnt, Brondn1tii,JSeei1ing
of Ih Lungi, ami every affection of the
"throat, tangs and Cheat, including Coji-
Wlstnr'N llnlNnm or Wild liierry
does not dry up n Cough, hut loosens It,
cleanses the hmgfl, and allays Irritation,
thus rcmtmiui the miiw of the complaint.
None genuine unless Signed I. BUTTS,
Proparcil bv KTII W. Fowlk .Hons, Bos
ton. Sold by Redinoton, Hohtkttek &
Co.. San Francisco, and by dealers gon
Tlie EyeJ The Ears I
DR. T. Ii. tlOLDKK,
Oculist nutl Aitrist. Albany, Oregon.
DR. GOLDEN IS A
son of the noted
uM ontlialmtc doctor,
s. : i;oi !,.i).
Dr. Golden has lind
experience in treating
the VftVinilH nisrnses to
which the eye and ear are snbjeet, and feels
eonfldeni ol Riving entire satisfaction to
those who may place themselves under his
care. April 18, SB,
FOR SALE !
rpHE f ELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
REAPERS & MOWERS.
Halnc'N Headers, (Wood's Improved.
Coqulllnrd1 Iiiilltuia Farm Vtnjon,
The Russcl n.id Vibrator 'I'hresiicrs,
(iicst maohineson the coast.
K talesman Forrefeed Orill.
Mar Plows, and other machines
Call, see, and get price and terms before
buying elsewhere, at my Blacksmith Shop,
corner Second and Ellsworth sts., Albany)
88v5 FRANK WOOD.
Dlt. iil.O. W. GRAY,
1 i : TV T 1ST,
Ofuce rs parrish brick block,
corner first and Ferry streets, lte-i-denoe-
Comer Fifth and Ferry streets.
Office hours from S to lj o'clock n. in., ami
1 toO o'clock p.m. Mv4
R. florrcii, Proprietor.
TTTILt ENDEAVOR To BE ALWAYS
W supplied with the best meats to be
had in the market, and will be ever ready
to accommodate those who may favor him
with a call. i'vS
W. H. Kl JIN k CO..
Wholesale ami Retail Dealer- in
SHJX1' A1) HEAVY
rivn O WARE'
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
RI ILOF.iW HARDWARE,
IRON AND STEEL,
OAK and ELM !H lis.
UH'UORT A OAK SPOKES,
Unit Kims, Shafts. Poles, Ae.,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
AU of which are now offered to the pal).
Boat low rates, As we make the business
a specialty, we can and will kcena better
assortment; at lower prices, than any
house in this city.
w. h, Unix a co.,
Montcitb Are-proof brick, First street.
Albany, June U,is7-Mlv4
W. II. MeFAREAXD, "
(LATE M. M. HARVEY 4 CO.,)
Opposite the hotels,
Force mill Lift Pinups
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOUSE ITKMSIimJ HARDWARE,
Till, Copper stud Sheet Iron
EAROEST STOCK l THE YAEEEY.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairiiiir Properly Done, tnvi
THE RAT TEAM STHA LIVEN.
ANI IS FLOURISHING LIKE A riUKKN
bay tree. Thankful for past fiffors,
and wishing to merit the continuance of
the nunc, the It A Y TEAM will always be
ready, and easily found, to do any haiiling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
eonipensnt Inn. jf Delivery or Oooda
it Specially. A. N. ARNOLD,
Only a kissnt parting,
( inly a fond embrace.
But the Uao of yean, with Its hopes ami
Can never the dream elfm e.
only a careless meeting,
onh u chilling ante,
I But the heart will carry the erne woand.
Throogh all liie's iU loiia ways.
only it Miter beartaclio,
only some womanly tears.
I But the love that changes not with change
Lives on inro eicnuiy s Years.
Only the thrilling memory
of a happy moment Bed,
And all of the days that follow
Are cold and eniptj ami dead.
1MTI J COAST MEWS.
The walls of the new M. E. Chtireh
at' Oakland are up ready for the roof.
Stealing melons is what's the matter
With Washington county hoodlums.
Farmers have been getting $1 08
per bushel for wheat at Forest Grove.
An assessment of 25 per cent, has
been levied liy the Astoria Fanners'
1). ML Drtimheller Is Master, and
rhos. Ii. Me( 'ay. Secretary, of the new
Grange at .Milton, Umatilla county.
Mineral springs have beep discover
ed St head of Little Butter Creek, In
the Blue Mountains, about flftyjmiles
Irom Umatilla. The water is hot, and
is -aid to be good foi the cure of
! rheumatism and other chronic diseases.
This story from Union county is
good reading for hot weather: A man
stole u wagon and ran away with it.
He was pursued by the owner and
others who overtook him and out of
I pity for the wretch let him go, He
i then turned round followed then! back,
j ami had theui arrested for compound
ing a icionv:
of last TiMgday says:
A sad accident occurred yesterday
about noon, by whldi it a feared a
little son of Mr. William Cross, aged
about nine years, will loje his life.
Mr. Cifiss was h.niiing wheat to town,
and as he was passing out of his pas
ture, with a load of wheat was tnrown
out falling under the nlieel. The
wheel passed over his arm and the
hack part of his head, crushing his
arm ill a dreadful uiauiifer, and scalp
ing the entire head. Drs. Carpenter
and Paytoo were called to attend the
little sufferer, and they thing he can
not live long; if he does recover it will
he necessary to amputate his arm."
A young lady at Olympla went to
Church last Sunday neatly attired in a
yery tasteful white muslin suit; but
the texture was so light that the illustration-of
a Day"t Jj'iinjs, Which she
hud used for her panier, were provok
tligly visible ; and as tlie prominent
one was a scene from the "White
Fawn." the effect on these in the near
vicinity van be easily imagined.
The Helena, Montana, ihrrM says
that recently, near Fergus' ranch, on
the Benton road, throe men in the em
ploy of E.G. Maclay A Co., saw a
gray eagle attack a hall grown ante
lope In the midst of a herd. The men
drove the eagle (iff. and the antelope,
with it- entrails dragging on the
ground, ran after its companions. A
bird of such strength and ferocity would
he liable to attack a calf, or 'even a
Better ami Horse.
Two Parisians who had not seen
each other for a long time happened
to meet one day at the exchange.
"How are yotl?,! asked one of them.
"N ot very well, thank you."
"So much the worse. What have
yon been doing since 1 saw you'
"Marled me a wife."
"So much the better."
"No, not better, for she proved to
be n very wicked woman." '
"So much the worse."
"Xo. not worse, for her dowry was
two thousand iouis."
"So much the belter."
"Xo. not better, lor 1 expended this
money in sheep, and they died of the
"So much the worse."
"Xo, not worse, for their pelts
brought me more than the cost of the
"So much the hotter."
"Xo, not belter for the house where
I stored tile money was burned to the
"So much the worse."
"Xo, not worse, for my wife was
within the house."
.Toaquin Miller litis accepted a chal
lenge to ride to tlie hounds astinst a
noted English sportsman, lie says
ho will break the Englishman's neck
if he can And country rough enough
and the girth don't fail.
A recent fire in Auckland. Xew
Zealand, destroyed fifty large build
ingstotal loss estimated at $240,000.
A Detroit telegram of the 10th says:
The mail train west last night, on the
Detroit, and Milwaukee Railroad ran
over a cow near Lowell, throwing off
several coaches and killing two passen
gers, named Wm. Bea man and Calvin
Mitchell, both of Michigan, J. 1..
Barchan, mail agent, and Burllngham,
express messenger, were severely injured.-
Several Others were injured
In Xew York, on the 13th, Walter
Bray, while riding on the Iront plat
form of a Thin) Avenue car struck
struck an Italian street-sweeper Oil the
head with a oar book, because lie did
not get out ol the way as promptly as
the driver wished. The wound will
probably prove tatal. Bray has boon
The propeller Ironsides, one of the
largest steamers on the lakes, found
ered within seven miles of Grand
Haven, on the loth. Twelve passen
gers all known to have been saved:
fourteen bodies have been recovered.
The following is a list of those lost
whose bodies have been recovered and
identified : John Drisooll, steward of
the boat; John Hills, of Milwaukee;
Charles Winnell, agent of C. E. Had
ing & Co., Xew York: Mrs. . A.
Valentine and child, Milwaukee; A.
J. Donelson, Grand Rapids j Mrs. J.
1!. L, Dewitt, Milwaukee.
At a meeting of the Grand Lodge
1. 1 ). O. F. on the 10th, now in session
at Baltlnfore, an amendment to the
Constitution to change the time of the
annual meeting of tin? Grand Lodge so
as to permit its session at a later sea
son ol the year, in case a southern city
be selected for the place of mooting,
was adopted. Propositions to add ad
ditional qualifications for membership
to a Grand Lodge, and to change its
name, was postponed.
There is n rumor that General Rocha,
commander-in-chief of the Mexican
army, is getting up a revolution on his
own account. Kochft bus the reputa
tion of being a lighting man, and In
the Mexican army, If he rebels, he
will have plenty of followers. He is
now at Zacatecas, in command of a
large force, and is said to lie in sym
pathy with the malcontents of Saltltno
Another great lire broke out in Chi
cago on the afternoon of the 17th, in a
lumber district, near corner of Seven
teenth and Hal-ted streets, raging with
groat, fury, and spreading a distance of
nearly one mile. The wind was blow
ing a gale from the southwest, carry
ing burning brands a long distance
ahead of the tiro. The entire Are de
partment were on the ground. A dis
patch from Omaha says thirty-six
block wore burned.
The wildest excitement prevails in
regard to the yellow fever in portions
ot the South. At Shrevoport, Louisi
ana, the lover is still raging, sixty per
cent, of those attacked die. "The
terrible disease seems to be increasing
There was a violent storm on the
Black Sea last week. H was very de
structive to shipping. Seventy vessels
were wrecked south of the Bosphorus
and nearly all on board perished. At
one point: on the coast 268 corpses have
been washed ashore.
From San Diego, California We learn
that Hon. Win. X. Boblnson, defeated
Democratic candidate for the Assem
bly, has lost his reason since his defeat
became certniuly known, and will be
sent to Stockton.
The M'irL l.m- Expfm estimates
that England must import twelve
million quarters of wheat this year.
The weather throughout England to
day is wot and unfavorable for rops.
Henry Bouverlo and Win. Brand,
Speaker of the House of Commons,
and family, sailed from Loudon on the
13th, to the United States, to remain
Nineteen dead bodies of passengers
and orow of the ill-fated propeller
Ironsides have been recovered. Thirty
are known to bo lost, and two missing.
Detectives will start from New York
for San Francisco, in a few days, to
bring Irving, the self-accused Nathan
murderer, to the first-named city.
Mrs. Ben. Holladay died atthe fam
ily homestead, Ophir, Westchester
county. New York, on the night of
Wednesday, September 17th.
The great banking firm of Jay
Cooke A Co.. New York, is reported
among the failed. Intense excitement
The failure of the Electric Life In
surance Company is announced, with a
deficiency of nearly $100,000.
Renjamiira Mg Fe.
SIX MILLION DOLLARS FOB RECOVER
tM A FRENCH INHERITANCE.
A dispatch was published a few days
ago announcing that through the In
strumeutality of the Hon. .L P. Benja
min, two ladies in Georgia had recov
ered an inheritance in France valued
The Atlanta fGa.) HertM publishes
the interesting details :
From positive authority it is ascer
tained that Mrs. VtarlniaM. Campbell
and her niece, Mrs. Elmtna Chambers,
both of Madison. Ga., are entitled to
$12,000,0(10, now waiting in France to
be claimed by the fortunate ladies.
.Mrs. Campbell is a widow about
seventy years of age ; her niece, Mrs.
Chambers, is also a widow aged about
thirty-six. The vast property which
they have inherited belongs to the
Rennauleau estate. Information in
regard to it was received by them
about three months since, and by the
advice of a gentleman in Madison,
who says that he was once a law part
ner of the Hon. Judah P. Benjamin,
they at once wrote to the latter In
London, asking him what course to
pursue in the matter. Mr. Benjamin,
after thoroughly investigating tlie
case, wrote to Mrs. Campbell and Mrs.
Chambers that (lure was not a ques
Of doubt in regard to their claim, and
advised them to conic to Europe at
once. The property descends to these
ladies through a "Mrs. Rennauleau.
grandmother of Mrs. Chambers. Mrs.
Campbell's maiden name was Maguire,
her mother having been Mdlle. Ren
nauleau. 'They are connected with
one ot the best families in France.
Bv the terms of an agreement lo
tween Mr. Benjamin and the two
ladies the former will take one-half of
the wholeamount of the estate, and
the other half, $6,000,000, will then
fall to Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Cham
bers, the share of each being the neat
little sum of $3,000,000. Seven mil
lions and a halt are In the hands of the
bank of Franco, and $4,500,000 In tlie
hands of the Rothschilds. Mrs. Cham
bers was in Augusta on the 10th, mak
ing arrangements tor the voyage of
herself and aunt to Europe. They
will bo accompanied by a lawyer from
Savannah, ana Mr. Antolne Pioquet,
of Augusta, who goes for the purpose
of identifying theni. They will also
carry papers signed by the oldest citi
zens of Augusta, proving their identity.
They will leave tor Europe, we under
stand, next Tuesday.
SOMETHING About Alaska. A
telegram from Washington, dated
September 16th, gives the following in
regard to Alaska :
Admiral Peimock, commandig the
North Pacific Squadron, reports tha
he lias hud several friendly talks wit
the Alaska Indians. Many chiefs Ti
lted the ship. They seem to he in:
pressed With the importance of beiu
on good terms with the United States.
There are only a tew American trader
at the quarters in the vicinity, and no
settlement except at Sitka. " The Ad
miral visited Sitka, and remained sev
enteen days ; during three-fourths o:'
which time there was a heavy rain.
The population has much decreased,
and there has been a great tailing ofl
in trade. Exclusive of the garrison,
there are not more than threennndreil
inhabitants, mostly Russians and hall
breeds. For some years past, there
has been bad blood between the Stikive
and Chilicoi tribes, and win nat Etalia
harbor, Almlra) I'ennock was solicited
byaStiekeen chief, to use his good
Onices In bringing about a reconcilia
tion. The Admiral talked the matter
over with the chief of the Chlllcots,
whom he found ready to bury the
The Berhv Story Tell it Right
While Your'e About it. The pa
pers are rehashing the old Berry story,
and I hey don't conclude it in accord
ance with the facts. This is tlie cor
rect version : "A celebrated comedian
arranged with green grocer one Berry,
to pay him quarterly; but Berry once
seiit in his account long before the
quarter was due. Thereupon the com
edian, in great wrath, called upon tlr
grocer and said to him : 'I say, here'
a pretty mill!, Berry : you have sent ii.
your bill, Berry, before it is due, Berry.
Your father, the elder Berry, woiuV
not have been such a youse. Berry :
but you needn't look so blue, Berry
for 1 don't care a straw, Berry ; and i I
you come again before June, Berry,
I'll kick your rasp. Berry, until it i
Mad; Berry.' Dardntry News.
A Cincinnati man on his dying bed.
remembered that his wite was smoking
somehams, and he said. "Now,
Henrietta, don't go snuffing arouml
and forget them bams."