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Pronl Railroad (north n(I woth)
nolo UOrviuiia, uwji .
Wednesday wkI Friday) at w.a
for Railroad inort and W-utt), dally.
neaday md Frfdny ! At 1 ft
ofino hoof frouT a. M. to? r. X;
Sunday, from . .
NERVKXS NEXT HI SWAT .
BAPTIST CmiKGH urvloe iMl A. M.
and 7 r. M. snnmiy w at an
Rev. 0, H. Mattoon. Pastor.
u v rm'Pni-SfnlwijI 11 A
7 F.' It 8niiday8cbool at 1H P. M
Isaum wuson, rasior.
tTKITBO PBRSBTTERIAH -Sen1s at
11 A M and 7 P. M. Hnndav School at
P. M. Re.8i iIrrto,T-
fXWOlWiATIONAt cmTROH Wthoct
a jnxnr at present. Sunday School at
M. K, CHl'BCH SOUTH -(services in Con
erezalional Church alternate Sundays.
Rev. Jos. Emery, Pastor.
PRBSBYTERIAH CHlTtCH - Services at
College Cbunpcl, alternate gaWj, at
11 AM. and 7 P. M. Smday School at
tM RStBov. E. R. cary. D..,Pator.
if, Vomatf Independent Ticket.
ror State Senators:
T. P. GOODMAN. MJTJLLER,
J WA8S0M. A. OKMOB, .
J. R. SOUTH, E. E. FANNING.
R. CBS A OLE. JOHN B. HARRIS
For Clerk T. T. FISHER.
' rorrif J 8. MORRIS. .,
For Treasurer-A, 8. BAS8ETT.
For Assessor- B. MARKS.
For School Supt- R- K. WARREN.
IW8nprtyor-fc B. HARRIS.
ForCOme-Ji B. IRVINE.
The seTeral' rmKHthtes (br the Legis
lature and the different eouiity oflioes,
are expertd to be present and address
the voters of Hon county at tbe follow
ing times and places :
?f ahpv Frkhr .... May 22.
HTurhhiiMr:. HatnrdlV.. 33.
Browiwvliie . . Monday.. -S.
Grange Jftema Ortettns,
Sbedd nd Peoria Granges will
hold basket dinner picnic on
Thuradfty, the 28 inst, ftt a grove
half ami' southeast of Willam
ette Church, in Orleans preciiaH
A general invitation h extended to1
other Granges, and the piiblic gen
erally, to attend. Speakers will be
, D. VU Cook, Independent candi-
4kt iam tK Ktate Senate, has with.
dr,wn fromUheeanvass. In a card
W the Grgiqfer he ty : While I
hooid b gbd to see the people
triomjie wH jnne of corrnpt
Political Rings, I do not believe I
can aid them m that direction by
remaining a candidate. Buties,
both publie and privftto, therefore,
impttwe to withdraw. , '
On Monday n
city on ft
, jitffer Oakland,
n ' r
J .L. nf t.a mar wtwn
tboae who can afford itare floeingto
the shady groW, and clear, ooia
waters, to ba fcmnd in to interior
ifftrper A Go. M sailing vast
iajijliltai f goods tmeta days.
That harfirt rate tmataaM,
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mm mi."" :m
mWm mW- toHm, "Pa
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.'11001. HfUTfiK AllO IULU-
Sflhool Dittrk No. lfr aoi Kiai
BMe Grange intend erecting a new
building for dhool and Grange
purpoVe, at Knox's bute, about
four miles east of this mr. The
stories high. The lower story will
ttf flaaAllf thrvftbwtot for wbool
purposes, and the upper story by
the Grange as hall. It will be a
neat, oomntortable, durable edifice,
of which the community may well
Some of the new comers to our
city, rumor has it, have been at
tacked by sm$U pox since their
arrival here. When it tirrt broke
out, the disease was pronounced
measles. The disease was con
tracted on the steamer trom Sau
Francisco to Portland. So far we
have been unable to trace the re
port up If the report be true, and
it is really small pox, the city
authorities should take immediate
steps to prevent its spread.
Wants 200,000 lbs.
ot guod WOOL, and will pay the
highest market price for it. Pays
15c for eggs, 15 to 20c for butter,
$1 37 for lard in 101b. caus, and
tor all other produce the highest
market price. He has tbe largest
stock of goods, and sells them
cheaper than any hoiise in the city.
Call and see tor yourself. In
Oheadle's brick building, First
DiRKCToaKLECTKO. -On Tues
day the fol'owing named gentle
men were elected Directors of the
Farmers' Company for the new
year: G. F. Crawford, F. Fro-
man, A. Wheeldon, M. II. Wilds,
G. W. Vernon, John Huston and
! sli WVl hit . ! Fl 1 'r ' - 1 i
G. F. Simpson.
The two Howards, brotbers,
were arrested at Junction last
week, and taken to Eugene, on
charge, one of bigamy and the other
for seduction. The first was dw-
charged: the second, charged with
seduction, was held to appear in
the sum of $1,000.
Alex. Purdom, jajte one of our
boys, left for Roheburg on Thurs
day, to loin the company in charge
of Supt. plummer now engaged in
repairing the W6 Union tele-
eraph line. Good fortune and
health attend him.
The Indians at their rancherie in
the eastern suburbs of the- city,
howled and danced Sunday after
noon and nearly all of Sunday
irigbfc. It oiast have been ft sweat
ing time among the Abergwmes.
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The Temperance picnic at
Roberts bridge, about- ten miles
south of this eity, on the Calipooia,
: J ' ft .4 L
was larvjelv attended. IX was a
gay ad festive occasion.
Work on the Canal is being
MOMcnted with visor on that
uortiou running: through Uie eastern
,A .. .
rtflrt. of the ltV. At nrMtSttt link '
it will soon be completed.
Tbis is getting to be a thundering
co-ntryveril very beftFF peals
lour mues easi oi iu vnj. aw .wy - "
building will be 84x48 , Htt Arawtruflg, & tjo-
. .. man. roll No. 2: A. U Jones,
w 'i-m i nm i iif.-l ' .''..7
The fruit i verr iiWnVl4,lata4
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Jtrodfes c EtwnoN.--lB come
unaocoim table manner, ia p
, S J .
the list of Judges of electiofe hut
week, we omitted several precincts,
We print the full list this morning :
I,...,,, V.Mi "a 1: Mart,
J?o 2: A. C. Jones,
Wl.ee.er, i. . inomp-un.
" ffa&Mura Leti Dtmgtas, B
B. Holt, M. Fuller, t
Franklin JJittte John tieuy,
H. M. Brown, Thomas Donahue.
iScio F. P. Devaney, Geo.
Frost, H. G. Cusic
&tn(iam J. K. Charlton, I).
It Craig, Wra. Ray.
HaUey T. Porter, Cfts.
Levins, Jos, Lame.
BrownttiUle J. M. Moyer, 0.
P. C'ashaw, L. Hasbrook. .
Lebanon R- C. MtHer, Chas.
Ralston, R, Cheadle,
Orleans W. H. McBride,
James Hamilton, James Yaut&
C'te'n-Jolu; Houston, B W.
Coojier, A. Brandon.
Brush 6VeJv-Noab Shanks,
J. A. Rioe, Robett Glass.
Sweet jtwMe G. Moss,
John Gilliland, NewfcJussell.
Waterloo Austin ThUiion
Francis Uellincer. Ga'eb Bruste
fyractw, Perry Farlow, S. T.
Jones, Thomas Allphiu.
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The Republic We again take
occasion to commend this magazine
to the attention of our readers. In
dealing with the present political
and economic questions of the day,
me Aepwv is practical, tan, anu
thorough, and its statements can
be implicitly relied upon. The last
number of this valuable magazine
is more than usually attractive,
discussing leading topics, such as
the "political situation," "cheap
transportation," southern war
cliaims," etc., in a vigorous and
staighttorward maimer. Every
citizen who feels an interest (aud
who does not':) in the practical
questions of the day, and in gov.
erumeuttl affairs, should subscribe
for and read this magazine. Pub
lished at Washington, D. C, at
(2 per year.
la Wood's Household Magazine,
for May, has an abundance of ex
celleut reading. There is the real
go-ahead snap to this periodical
which entitles it to much- credit,
aid we cannot name one thn will
afford an equal amount of enter
tainment and instruction for so little
money. Tbe number before us con
tains among other articles a paper
ehtitted "Poor Jack," bj F. W.
Holland, in the interest of seamen;
"The Child in the Church," by
Mary Hartwell: "Kin and Had,"
by H. V. Osborne ; "Dumb Days,"'
by Caroline B. LeRow, and' some
good poetry. There are several
illustrated articles, tbe New York
Fashions, Architectural Designs,
&c, 4c., The illustration on
Decoration Day is just the thing,
Price ot Magazine $1 per year,
i Address, Wood? MouMholtl Jifag
yNewburgh, N. Y. (
Pieaieing is to he tbe- fashion J
this season, and quite ft number
Election tickets will be read; fo
dwtribiition next Saturday.
each pieaiost make provision to
obtain tickets at this office on that
A amber yard to b Wb-
liabedia tiiis eity bv an ouuide
VI, 7 -ilafl 1
Mois A Pirker lew i ware.
iwt in m wwiDi wbeb
!. kD Fispvfc We were
orivilefftd to attend the solemniza-
tff I M
tion ot a wending ceremony on
wedneatay, the contracting parties
being Mr. Charles Bourgardes, of
Titus Rrinnranlas Jk Cm.. Wclers
tf tbi. ad Urn JUry Wilkt,
c ' r.. i,
cm umb city, iHJ xuias .uary. wine
d hr of p w(
about fifteen miles south of this
There was a large number of
the relatives, neighbors and friend
of the bride and groom in atten
dance. The ceremony was per
formed by lev. S. G, Ir, me, ot the
U. P. ChurcJl, and lie did his W0k
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well, and we cat. recommend bim
as One who thorohghly understands
how to do it gracefully, elegantly
and most expeditiously. Imme
diately after the ceremony caiue the
wedding dinner and such a wed
ding dmiierl To describe it would
be simply impossible. Suffice it
that the table was loaded with good
things, turkeys, chiekens, ham, pies,
cakes, preserves, jellies, etc., etc.,
all showing a master hand in the
preparation and cooking We
never saw a happier lot of people
around a festive board than were
gathered under thf hospitable roof
ot Mrs. Prator on that occasion.
Our experience is that there is
nothing that will bring out the
good qualities of people aud make
them contented and happy, in such
an inconceivably short space of
time, as good victuals well aud
thoroughly cooked. Its only once
or twice in a, lite-time that a com
mon man gets to sit down to such
a feast, aud the bare recollection of
it in after years is a " big thing."
Mrs. P. may well be proud of that
dinner it can not be excelled, its
praise was in everybody's mouth.
We have came near forgetting the
cause of all this liberal expenditure
of time and money the bride and
groom. A finer looking couple we
have rarely seen be with his broad
shoulders, deep chest, good square
features, and an honest, manly look
out ot his dark blue eyes, and she,
with her faultless form and hand
some face,, both elegantly but not
gaudily attired, made a picture of
health and happiness long to be re
membered by all in attendance. If
the most fervent wishes of a large
oircle of warm friends can avail
them, not ft care or sorrow will
ever cross their .pathway through
life to cause them one moment ot
The Odd Fellows are beginning
to talk of a railroad excursion, out
south, to transpire probably in.
August, We're On it. you bet you.
Inbank. J.JL McConnell, ad
judged insane, was forwarded to
the Asylum on Tuesday.
Attention is directed to the ad
vertisement of the Eagle Woolen
The oitv w;tall of fibers on
come to town business is lively.
Election tickets have already
made tkeii ftppranoe. Election
(lay is euro at naiw. ,
a M wvsauut-
La tT. BVm
lot flood si
mnratnitcMM hiaadiaaraai ft.
. ... .- ,j BasW
fTaras wu. .
Capt. Donald McKay's band of
Warm Spring Indians, after hav
ing; made the tour of the Slates,
will visit Europe.
For lustier of the Pence,
Through the solicitation of many voter
of Afhany Ptwtnct, I this rtay aimoaof
mvHHlf mi a iwiuliriaiH for Justice of tha
t IK. .. Mam O K'Tf t.l
Eajrle Wooton Mills t nipnu) .
NO T 1 C K IS If KUKBY GIVES THAT
the ndXt rcuular annmil niectinit of
Wft ;t(u.L Ui Miii-o ii 1 hn Kftd IA WVWt IMl M1IIU
I UmnrtMny. will helioHii the offlco pf tho
rittnnntM' in Hi hi-i . j i ! 1 n AH tTllrta' t hi
1l.l..aili iluv .vf n ivt.
at thrro o'clock p. m. ny fjrder of the
Pnd.lint. A. WHRKLGk.
May m 1874-87
1K1AS1 UHV HOTICE.
NOTfCK fS HKRKBT filVKN TO ALL
lM'isons hoMIn;,' Couutv Orders, en
dorsed "Nut 'Pall for Want of Knnda," ta
liruBent tlie same at my rtttlw for iyment,
as lutercut on the same will cease from thn
date of this notice.
Treasurer of l.lnn County.
Aprn IS, 1S74-36W3
J. E. J1 I II,
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING.
Third street, between Washington and
3 Ferry. Alhany. 3m .
The New Patent
Climax Steam Washer!
WILL W THE WASHING FOR AN
ordinary family in from thirty uilu
ut. s to one Iioiii !
Requires no ai tcntion while the process
ofclcunni!; la iroiinf on; much less soup
than by the old proittis; the clothes re
quiring no pubhing. It isesjiecially adapt
ed to WHSlrin Lace Curtains ntid all Una
Ealn iis, nnil mr Flannels iSrH09l desirable,
as it will not mlf tbiiui us it Maclitiieor
For full mrtlculur :is to price, call
on theawnt, KM HAZEL, at W. H. Mo
Farland's stove aud tin s.orc, First street,
April. 187i. "
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
THK EXCITEMENT at Porfand Is rac
ing toa very high degree on aeooiint
of t be
. Ladies' Crusade !
Als, at Albany, on account of the new
store whluh I have opened at the corner of
.Washington and First streets, with a ulr
Assorted Slock of fiooits!
which I propose t o sell at
B a (.1 t ock P r i e e m
Corner of tVahinton and First
apl8 Sircels. A'lMUiy.Otegon.
(A.H. B. KONTAOI K.
ARE N"OW OPENING A MAGNIFICENT
stock of ,
SPRING GOODS I
-consisting In part of elegant .
and an ondlesa variety of,
tot the ladles, and a fine assortment of
1 Boola, '
of ail:deeerintJon for men anAtoya, Aty