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ALBANY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 11, 1874.
I VRKOSITS RECEIVED
cheek at sisrht.
Interest ullownl on time deposits in coin.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
and Ne'.v York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collections made and pro.nntlv remitted.
ttefers to H. W. Corbett, Henry Failing,
W. 8. Ladd.
Banking hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. If,
Albany, Feb. 1, 1S71-23v3
x. st. joxks.
J. Ll.NSEY 1111.J..
JO A 1111.1..
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
J. W. BALDW5X,
Attorney riiI i'ouiiKelor at I J,
TX71LL PRACTICE IN ALL THE Courts j
IT in the 2d, 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts, in the Supreme Court of Oregon,
and tn the IT.S. District and Circuit Courts.
Office -In Parrish brick, (up stairs), in
office occupied by the late N. II. Cranor,
First street, Albany, Oregon. tolSve
l. B. BICE, M. .,
Surgeon & Pliysician.
f FFICE Fii st street.
be; ween Ferrv
and Washington. RKSiDKJiCK- Third
street, two blocks iielow or east ot Metho
dist Clulrch, Albany, Oregon. v."n40
3. C. POWELL. L. FXIKN
powell & ra.sxx.
Attorney and Counselors at Law
AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY (L.
Flinn notary public?. Albany, h-egon.
Collections and conveyances promptly at
tended to. 1
T. W. IIAKIIIS,
Physicians and burgeons,
OFFICE OVER A. CAROTHERS & Co's
Residence of Or. Harris- Fourth-st., four
bloekswestof theCourt House. Residence
of Dr. Houghton Opposite Dr. Tate, on
Third street. novl.V73
Albany Book Store.
DEALER IN MISCELLANEOUS SBOOKS,
School Books, Blank Bpoks, Stationery
Fancv Articles. Ac.
Books imported to order, at shortest pos
sible notice. vin30
DR. GEO. W. CIRAl,
OFFICE IN PARRISH BRICK BLOCK,
corner First and Ferry streets. Resi
denceCorner Fifth and Ferry streets.
Office hours from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m., and
1 to 5 o'clock p. ni. 18v4
THE BAY TEA 31 ST I I.I. I.I V US,
AND IS FLOCRISIIING LIKE A ORF.KN
bay tree. Thankful for past favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance ot
the same, the BAY TEAM will always be
ready, and easilv found, to do any hauling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
compensation. g-fellery r Goods
a .ei ialty. A. N. ARNOLD.
W. C. TWEEBALE,
"fohnrcu, Cigar?, Cutlery Crock
ery, and Wood & Willow Ware,
gS" Call and gee him. 24r5
IKEetxler Cbaii !
Can be had at the following places :
Harrisburg Sam. May
Junction City Smith & Ilmsneld
Brownsville Kirk & Hume
Haisey J. M. Morsan
Scio J. J. Bi own
Albany Graf AColltr
A fuU supply can also be obtained a I my
old shop on First street, Albany. Oregon.
i. VI. MKIZIKK.
Iiles I Iiles T
WHY SAY THIS DAMAGING AND
troublesome complaint cannot be
cured, when so many evidences of success
might be placed before yon every day
cures of supposed hopeless cases? Your
physician informs you that the longer yon
allow the complaint to exist, you lessen
your chances for relief. Experience has
aught this in all cases.
A. t Brothers & Co.'s Pile Pills and
are all they are recommended to be. Will
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles In
a very short time, and are convenient to use.
Thfe preparation is sent by mall or ex
press to any point within the United States
at 1 SO per package.
Address, A. CAKOTHERS A CO.,
7vtt Box 33, Albany, Oregon.
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS JU8T OPEKED HIS NEW GROCER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with a fresh stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Candies, Cigars, To
bacco, Ac., to which he invites the atten
tion of oar citizens. .
In connection with the store he will keep
a Bakery, and will always have on hand a
full supply of fresh bread, crackers, Ac.
fy call and aee me.
February 16-24 v4
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
THE EXCITEMENT at Port lan 1 is raff
ing to a very high degree on account
Ladies' Crusade !
Also, at Albany, on account of the new
store which I have opened at the corner of
Washington and First streets, with a nice
Assorted Stock of Goods !
which I propose to sell at
13 e d i- o c k I3 i i c e s .
Highest cash price paivl for WOOL,
FURS and HIDES.
Corner of Washington and First
si reels, A1 baity. Oregon.
A. W. 4iA.TIfi52.i:, li. n
OfpFIGE -On First street, over Weed's
" grocery store. Resioenck Opposite
late residence of John C. Men den hall, near
the Foundiy, First street, Albany.
October 98, lST.Jy
W. II. HcFARLAXD,
(LATE M. M. HARVEY & CO.,)
A", xt tVjor Id I ' ;-s TlanJc,
a"oice and Iif'S Fumpw,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOl'NE H RNISITINO IIARDWABE,
Tin, Copper antl Sheet Iron
LARGEST STOCK IN TIIE VALLEY.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing Properly none. OKA
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour atJtl Saw Slill JSttcSiiii-
WOOD AY OH KING
And all kinos of
IRON ANI BteASS CASTINGS.
Particular attention paid to repairing all
kinds of machinery. 41v3
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
CHEMICALS, OILS, VAIXTM, DI EM
!LAN.i, LAMPS, ETC.,
All the popular
FINE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
NOTIONS PERFUMER Y,
and Toilet! Voods.
Particular cure and promptness given
Physicians' prescriptions and Family Rec
A. CAROTHERS & CO.
GO TO XilE
&c, &c, &c,
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Country Produce of All Kinds
BOUGHT FOB MERCHANDISE OB
This is the place to get the BEST BAR
GAINS ever offered in Albany. Parties
will always do well to call and see for them
First street, Albany, Oregon, 32v6
W HEELER. "c
A. WHifXfH A CO.,
Forwarding & Commiss'ii Merchants.
Dealers in Merchandise and Produce;. A
good assortment of all kinds of Goods al
ways in store at lowest market rates.
Agents for sale of Wagons, Grain Drills,
Cider Mills, Churns, Ac., c.
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, PORK,
BUTTER, EGGS and POULTRY.
Tiie Farmer;' Union
IS IN APPLE PIE OR I 'LR for t he reeep-
tion of main, and has
Additional Room j
now in process of construction, all of which '
is at the service of 1 he fanning conn
on the most reasonable terms. For par
ticulars apply to
50ml A. WHEELEIt A CO.,
Shedd, Aug. 21, "74. Managers.
I T ?
Til EX USE THE BEST.
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT
M AN V FACTT RED BT THE
CAL. CHEMICAL PAITC0.
Purest White, any Shade or Color.
It is Cheaper, Handsomer, More Durable
and More Elastic than the best of any oili
Ii will not Fade or Chalk off, and will last
twice as long as the beat While Lead.
stpptication. requiring no mixing, and sold
only by the yaiioii
For further information npply to A.
CAROT . . KK, A- CO., Albany, Oregon,
who are our authorized atrents. and have
the paint for ale in quantities tosuit pur
TAYLOR PEACH, M. ('. JEWELL.
President. See'y Chcmsst.
These celebrated Watches have been
greatly improved daring I he pres nt year,
and several new size- added to !heiit.
The stem-win 1 in tr and setting; at 1 ach ment i
can now be had with anj u a ieorsizc.an J ',
all the old established - v ii a of key-winders
arc also uiu.de as before. Any one who I
contemplates buying a watch, el! her now
or in the future, should send for our new
Descriptive PriceList, which isnowready
and Kent. Crce. This describes all the 1
Watches, large and small. Ladies' an 1 (Jen- !
tleinens. Oold and silver, with prices of
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relation to watches useful to every-one. it
also explains in full our nlan nf aeoilh.
anv place m tlie In. on by mail or exoress.
"i);t MHiiuaiu wu. cues at low pnees 10
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nnv place in the I 11 ion by mail or express.
w.ih the bul to collect 011 delivery with
privilege to the purchaser to open the
paekaee and examine the watch lie fore
f nave obtained genuine Waftbam Watches
from us in this wavand all lave received
full value tor their money. A larsreassort-
lnent of extra heavy cases tor the Pad lie
trade always on hand. Every one should
send tor a Price List, as the farther you
live from New York the more advantage It
is to deal with us. When you wr.ie please
mention lhat the advertisement was seen
in the Albany, Oregon, RKOihTEH. Address
HOWARD & CO., No. 223 Fifth Avenue.
New York. toii37
CHAS. B. MONTAGUE.
MONTAGUE & iHcCALLEY,
ARE now openlng A magnificent
SPRING GOODS !
eonsistin;.' In part of elegant
and an endless variety of
RibboiiN, Collars Collarettes
Laecs, Ac, &v.,
for the ladies, and a fine assortment of
of all descriptions for men an d boys. Also
full assortments of
roc eries, Croclcery & Glassware.
The goods were selected with care, and
purchased at very low prices.
A look through our stock and our mark
ed prices thereon, will satisfy all that we
are determined to place our goods at prices
that will warrant satisfaction to the pur
chaser. Lebanon, Oregon, April 25, 1874.
rpHE CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
REAPERS &. MOWERS.
Halne's Headers, (Wood's Improved.)
Coqiif llnrd'n Indiana Farm Wagon
The Bnaael and Vibrator Threshers,
(best machines on the coast.
Statesman Foreefced Drill.
Star Plows, and other machines.
Call, see, and get price and terms before
buying elsewhere, at my Blacksmith Shop,
corner Second and Ellsworth sts., Albany,
39v5 FRANK WOOD.
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POSI OFFICE BE4.1.STEB.
' From Railroad (north and south) daily
at 11.19 h. M.
' From CorralHs. daily, at 10.30 a. m.
Prom Lebanon, tri-weekly, 'Monday,
. Wednesday ami Friday) at 10.30 A. m.
For Railroad (north and .-...til, daily,
. clow prnmrt at H.iOa. m.
i Fir Corva'lis, daily, at 1.R0 p. M.
I Fr Lebanon, tri-weekly, Monday, Wed
i iicwtny and Friday) at 2 P. M.
( 0cc hours from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
1 Money order office hours from 9 a. m. to
1 1 P. I P. H. RAYMOND, P. M.
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.teM.m ire Enoine. We learn
;.i . rT- . i l-' 1 '
that Portland Fire ( ompany No 1
i . ,j . a T V1.
''ave voted to attend Iaimi ounty
Fair, bringing with them their fine
Steam Fire Engine. Of course
evervhi d v'll want t) see the steamer.
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which is one of the finest on the
; Pacific slope.
tit m ii ici'n.. iiiu.i. i iiv.
Methodist church at Tangent will
be dedicated on the third Sunday
of the present month September
20th, 1874. Hishop Pierce, of
Goorrr'n, will officiate Prenebh g
at 11 o'clock A. M., then dinner.
Preaching again in the evening.
T.et all bring their dinners and
.money. 1J. v. . iiicr abland,
! Lebanon Mills This early in
I the season, are crowded with wheat;
i in fact we are informed that there
! was no more room for grain as early
I as last week. But this will soon
, be remedied, as the Red Jacket
has been secured, and will soon
have caried to this city thirty or
tortv thousand bushels, thus afford
ing immediate room. The yield
about, Lebanon this season is spo-
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kcii im as ui!e.wp'",," a1'"-
Xfw Chcbch Mr. Ike Conn
ha taken the contract t erect a
church edifice for the Christian de- j
ot this city, the work on which will
rtvlnLlv fi imnicnp.
'in,,, i ;hi;,, ,, ;ii osvin c;vt,.
I IL- Uiiil'iiii ui w x , v
A cupola, thirty
tortv feet in highth. will add to the
looks ot the church. The total
cost, will probably be in the neigh-
borf.ood of fifteen hundred dollars.
Heaps of fioons. The ocean
steamer Ajax brought an immense
amount of goods to Portland tor
this city. Saturday and Monday
. , .
i our itravmen had tneir lianas lull,
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Traiisrerr no- vivos aim inus iroiti
i flip vnilrund rloTnit to the dmere.it
1 the railroad deTiot to the different
. r. 11
j stores. At first blush OUO would j
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I vast amount of oHds that are an.
n ,a ... ' , ; iv
nuany wjki in l.us city. e ,..
! t.i,I nmn!linna tol.locoon omnvi.
mating the total annual sales .if our
merchants, as a matter ot ?eneral
Real Estate Sal. The prop
erty on Fourth street next to the
Calipooia lranch of the Santiam
Canal, belonging to Dick Fox, was
I M aT;Tthee Tmmer on s?,,miay-
It consisted ot two corner lots di-
i vided oy an alley, a good dwelling
I i ; .
Nuise on one and a laro-e barn on
the other. Ab. Humphrey was the
lmrchaser, at S900. Thirty-three
acres of land about one mile west
of the city, was purchased by Jas.
Harris, at 8460 About two-thirds
of the purchase motiey was in green
backs, balance in coin.
Arm Broken in two T'i.acks.
On Saturday evening last, &s
Jake Iowe was returning home af
ter attending tlie funeral of Mrs.
Baber, driving a pair of horses be
longing to J udge Haber, the pole,
from lieing insecurely fastened to
the neck-yoke, bectme detached and
fh'l to the ground. Jake was un
able to stop the team, which ran
the hack on to a stump, upsetting
it anil, throwing the occupants to
the ground. None of the parties
were seriously hurt except Mrs.
Hrecker, a relative of Mr. Lowe's,
who had her right arm broken in
two places between the elbow and
wrist Dr. Rice was called upon,
and rendered the necessary medical
assistance. The horses were some
what injured, while the hack was
pretty well demoralized.
Tailoring. Mr. S. W. Melan,
an excellent tailor, has opened a
shop adjoining the City Market,
i.ext to Wm. O. Tweedale's gro
cery store, where he will be found
ready to take your measure, and
make up clothing in the best man
ner and in the latest style. A suit
of clothing that fits the wearer, let
it be ever so coarse, looks a thous
and per cent, better than a suit that
does not, let it be ever so fine. Call
on Mr. Melan who will warrant a
fit every time.
Baker Gay and his estimable lady
are up from Portland on a visit.
Malicious Mischief. Last
Monday Mr. Reuben Saltmarsh and Canal last Sunday was quite a
family left their residence in this j pleasant occasion, thoroughly en
city on a sln-rt visit to the country, joyed by the participants. Capt.
Shortly after the family had de- ! Wheeler understands handling a
parted, their residence, on the cor- j canal packet, and is a clever, ac-
I ner of Second and Raker streets, was
pnteted by one or more parties, and j and for his efforts Jo make the ex
t borough ly overhauled and ran- enrsion a pleasant one last Sunday
sacked. The bureau was thrown j he had the kindest thanks of all
upon its face on the floor ; about a j present. In passing up and down
half barrel of sugar was emptied into j the Canal a great number of bridges
the fireplace ; the beds were thrown and gates, hanging exceedingly near
upon the floor, torn open, and
several punnds of nails poured into
them ; in tact tlie furniture awl al
most everything else in the dwelling
was turned tpsy-turvy, broken and
torn atid left in a thoroughly de-
moralized condition. It was un-
, ,t , ,
doivbtedlv tlie woik of some ma-
iiciuin .cir.(ii or pel sunt., more
through a spirit of malicious mean
ness than tor the purpose of com
mitting a rohbery. Admittance
was gained to the building through
a window, in which there was a
broken pane of glass. We are in
hoped that the perpetrators ot this
piece of contemptib'e meanness may
be secured, and made to pay the
fullest penalty ot the law therefor.
The officers of the law should not
permit such outrages in our midst
without using every means at com
mand to ferret out and. punish the
Home Manufacturing Com
pany. Elsewhere in this pai er
will be found an advertisement, call
ing a meeting of the subscribers to
the capital stock of the above named
Company at Salem, on the 12th day
of October (Monday), 1874, at the
Agricultural Buildinsr in that citv.
tor the purpose ot electing three or
more Directors, and for the trans
action of other business As the
question of where the Company will
locale its shops will come tip at this
meeting, it is ot the utmost impor
tance that all the stockholders
w pr--ut, eiu.er ... jierson
i 1,1 . ..i
have been told that, a majority of
the subscribers to the capital stock
i reside in Linn county ;
if this is so.
1,1 Tne mRCT,I,2 on l,,e en
; tTe wrs of the fmpoy will be
j l' Albany,- as it possesses
f advanracres for such a
manu4aetorv, and Linn county
. wonhj proV'ably require a large pro.
j porti(,n 0f tlie goods manufactured,
: j ct t1,ose interested see to it that
: t, ,,n)m;sps ma(1p :n o-otfino- the
i Rni,sf,r;nt;. ,K oV(J Ktrietlv fulfilled
i cU USCI I JlLUUlS rt. i. SlllLLI .11111111.(1
i T T.. C .
A j-.i.m .n ai, i awrp-rsii ruitALr..
large amount of ersonal j.rop-
: erty is othcred tor sale hy .ludge
i Baber, preparatory to his leaving
I tlio Statn Ho offers for -al wheat.
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"tits, hav, a line lot or house'iold
ano fotHn furniture, all new and
ot b,st quality, cattle, sheep,
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ii(rses, cmcKens. cariieniei s ohms,
and all kinds of tanning imple
ments, etc. If they are not. sold at
private sale, they will he offered at
auction within the next three weeks.
On "Monday as Ves. ITackus was
driving Weed's grocery team out
across the Canal in the southern end
of the city, the hauiestriug broke
I a,,(1 ,pt t,,e thl,!s own in the water,
; P"'iS the harness back on the
j mare's flanks. I be btt e mare at
! nuce manifested her displeasure by
letting fly with her heels until she
kicked herself loose and upset the
wagon. No great amount ot dam
lrs. Pennington, son and daugh
ter, from Umatilla county, are here
on a visit. They left " Mc" at home
to run the ranch. By the way,
Mr. Pennington (McPennington as
he is generally called), came very
near being a member ot the Legis
lature from Umatilla county. His
opponent only beat him a few votes
probably not more than half a
The parties who broke into R.
Sa'tmarsh's residence, gathered ail
the photographs, likenesses of the
family and Eastern friends, threw
them on the floor a- d trampled
u)on them, breaking and destroying
them. They broke open a!l the
fruit cans and preserve jars helping
themselves and leaving a spoon in
nearly every can or jar.
If yoa want a genuine Oregon
stove, manufactured in Oregon from
Oregon iron, go to John Briggs'
stove store. It sells at about the
same figure of Eastern made stoves,
does its work equa'ly as well, and
being made of better iron, and
much heavier, will last longer, and
is, therefore, a much cheaper stove.
Call and examine them, anyway.
We were pleased to receive a call
from Mr. C. R. Wheeler, of A.
Wheeler & Co., Shedd, last Satur
day. Mr. Wheeler having been a
member ot the "press gang" for
years, knows how it is himself.
i The excursion on the Santiam
j commodating, sociable gentleman.
the water, have to be passed, which
require an immense amount of
bowing and dodging on the part ot
those who go down to see in canal
boats. The party went up the
Canal some four r five mi'es, rid
ing in the famed Red Jacket, which
was towed up by one horse. Re
turning, the boat floated down the
current, swift'yand gracefully, mak
ing about four miles an hour.
When the bridges thrown across
the Canal are raised to the proper
highth, a;id gales arranged so as not
to be in the way of boats, an excur
sion on the Canal will be delight
ful ; and we predict that they will
be of frequent occurrence iu the
Considerable excitement was
caused by a drunken man, on Tues
day, on First street, and at one
time the prospect for a general row
was good ; but the timely arrival
of the Marshal, and the locking up
of the intoxicated party, soon quieted
matters, and peace reigned iu War
saw. Messrs. A. Cowen and family,
an Andrew Hill and family, left
us on Thursday on their way to
Southern California all looking
Mrs. Jos. Ligget is reported re
covering very slowly. She has been
very sick for many weary weeks,
and has required close attention and
good nursing to bring her through.
The Granger, we understand.
j wil, herea,ter printed at Port
land. The office here has
The partnership heretofore exist-
ing between Peters & Speidel in
the manufacture of wagons, has
been dissolved by mutual consent,
The funeral services of the late
Mrs. J. H Poler, tik place last
Saturday, from the U. P. Church
ot this city, Rev. Mr. Bowersocks,
of Salem, officiating.
Mr. McOlnng is about again after
his severe illness ; his wife also is re-
covering, we are pleased to learn,
firora a sevei attack of fever.
John Lee. of Lebanon, who has
been sick for a long time, died on
Snndav night. He was a victim
ofeousnmntion. 1 e was unmarried,
and probably 28 years old.
Six sewing machine wagons
tartetl out from this city on Mon
day, representing the Singer,
Wheeler & Wilsou and Howe
Our dog foil into an open well
Sunday night. We succeeded in
getting her out, and she's well over
Wm. R'cter is the happiest man
in town since Wednesday morning.
It's a boy, and is as handsome as a
Judge Baber, having sold his
farm, will, as soon as he disposes of
his personal property, go to Cali
fornia to reside. Our best wishes
go with him.
Geo. Luper, of Lane county, was
in the citv on Wednesday. Geo
wi'l soon become a resident ot Linn
county once more.
Grill. Burkhart has so far re
covered as to be able to sit up for
a short time daily.
The rainfall Tuesday night made
the streets somewhat slippery and
Mr. Butler, from Harrisburg,
was with us a day or two during
A little chill of Bart. Crooks
has been very ill for some time, and
probably will not recover.
Wm. Mansfield, typo, has gone
to Salem, where he will help on the
J. B. Crane, of Brownsville, was
in the city Wednesday.
County Court convened on Mon
day. Considerable rain fell Sunday and
More new books, periodicals, il
lustrated papers, ett, at Foshay's.
Sharp and distinct peals of thun
der on Wednesday afternoon.
A. L. Stinson, of Jefferson, has
struck a "brimstone" spring about
three miles from that "city."
There were 53 wagons waiting
to unload at the different ware
houses in Independence at ope time
the City Char
ter. it the last
meeting of the City
Council, the Rec
order was ordered
to draw up a new
chart of the city of
ating several new
the powers of the
Council, and mod
ifying and chang
ing it for the better
government of the
city, the whole to
be submitted to
the next Council
for its adoption or
rgjj.;tion. If adopted-
it wdl be for
warded to our del
egation in the Leg
islature, who will
present and ask its
passage by tht
body. One fea
ture of the new
charter will be the
dividing the city
into two or more
wards, when we
can have "ward
Judge G. II. Ba
ber has sold his
about five miles
f this city,
isisting of one
hundred aud sixty
acres, to Mr.
George Lnjier, for
the sum of $9,000
cash c heaper
than dirt. The
Judge has but
lately completed a
i ... .1 !... .
1 rl iLMHinr? hmuo n
the farm, that must
nave CORt eariy
j(af tny money,
brides erecting a
spacious barn and
at a large outlay
of money. Under
the Judge's care
the farm has been
brought into the
finest state ot cul-
tivation ; f r u i t ,
s,iade , aml ,'rna-
j mental trees p ant-
ed Rl,d thf ,tarm
. , "
beautified as only
a man of the high
taste and cultiva
tion ot the Judge
would concieve ot.
George has secured
as nice a little
home, in the pur
chase ot this farm,
as there is iu Linn
Mr. D. A. Scott,
ot Forel Grove,
formerly of this
county, is canvas
sing Linn county
for this valuable
work. We have
had time to give
the woik only a
casual glance, but
that was sufficient
to convince us ot
its great worth to
students as well as
tlemen. We shall
give it a further
notice next week.
Meeting At the
M. E. Church next
Saturday and Sun
at 1 o'clock, and
on Sunday morn
ing and evening
by the Presiding
Elder, Rev. I. D.
of the morning dis
We intended to
issue a much larger
paper than the
but did not com
plete our airange
ments in time. In
the course of an
other month we
will be all right.