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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1875)
PC BUSH ED KVEKY FKIDAY, BY
COLL. VANCLEVE, .
IN THE REGISTER BUILDING,
Camrr Ferry and JflrM Street.
trite ropy, one year .......
Hi ivnv, six month! ..............
To clubs of twenty, each copy ,
Smile ophM. . . . . . . .. . .'. . . . '.Trti
Subseriliera ontsidu f Linn county will be
charged SO cents extra 2 7o fr the year-s
r r T
'"FRIDAY, "APRIL 30, IsCSL
. Tho following narawl rentlemcn are author-
laed to receive nntl receipt for subscriptions
loino Kmisrra in tne tovtmiies mentioned :
Mers. Kirk A Jiuioe..
Robert filnss. . . A
W. P. Smith....
O. P. Tompkins..,.,.....,,.
A. Wheeler Co..
Messrs. Smith A Bras field.. .
J. B. Irvine
Thos. H. Reynold.., .......
MT. Waicrbouse I..;..
... .Junction City.
.... W, .... . .ScttX
. ..... Monmouth.
Br sis ess AoisT.-TVe have secured fits Srr
Vice of Mr. Hkki F. Say km, who wbill hereof
tor act as Business Agent fur the RsaniTSR.
SortABLK Tills evening, t -the Mo
tliodrsf parsonnge. Everybody invite!.
Ice cream, take, etc.' i " - : vUf r
r-'t til ' " ' : $:
Messrs. C . I jyton and Kumbaugh
returned from their claims on tltcSautlam,
some twenty .tulles above Greenlawi) a
few days since. They expect to return
a few days, when they will hrlng iu a ditch
ami get ready to work . their, bar with a
hydraulic They ate confident they have
a good thing. ' to fft
Thr Bio" Spell Is denuitely settled to
come off at the Congregational 'cnitrcli, on
Tuesday" night next. On that occasloit a
prize will be gjven to the best" spelHrt.'
consisting of a' copy of Welister's uiiabrliTg
ed dictionary.' costing ftS 50,' we believe.
Here's an opnortniilty for some etietoget
away with all rnewonl he can tosfbly
use dnrfnjf a lifetime. If lite should be ex
tended as was Mcthe!a: ' : ' "i: T
Good Temi-laks. At , the clcetiou for
odioers iu .Western Star Jxxlge. I. O.
G. T otv Tnesflay night last, Jos. 3Lig
gett was elected W C T ; I.issa Williams,
;W V T; A. X. Arnold, R S ; F. M
Wadsworth. F S ; A. B. "Morrl, T ; Rev.
I. Wilson. C; B. F. Ptirdom, ( M ; Ella
Ridout. 1 G ; R. Cheadle, O G,, .nd Jos.
Liggett, Host. , . ...... . ,
Fireman's Picnic avd ' BAtx. Albany
Fire Company proposes giving a picnic on
Friday; 'May 21st, to be followed by a
grand ban In Je evening at the Opera
IIotre.; JHtir! Sityrs, Joe. Webber, M. A.
Baker, II. Godley and Wirt.' Rtchter were
appointed as a committee of arrangements
and will no doubt set ' things up in good
; thape.-.'"-' "; V -1 - ' 2 5 ;' ''
XfeW "MiULtNXT. Mrs. C. C Fhglisli
has receiyed a nice invoice of tlie latest in
miinnery; among them some of the pret
tiest "'and , most stylish bonnets' arid hat
wev'e seen in many' a day. . Mrs. English
is a lady tossessed of tlie most exuuWte
, taste, and can tell you just what will sriit
your complexion and style to a dot. Call
at Iter store on First street, cast ' of A.
(a rot hers "A" Co.. and tea.t your eyes on
handsome millinery. ' Mrs. E; wishes to
engage tlie services ot a first class dress
luaker at once. ' U-.'-c
. CrrT.CQtjxciij Met ' Titesdtty. .evening,
We are indebted to City, Recorder, M. A.
Baker, Esq, for the .following report?
W,, E.. JIow;H. petition -for, riglit ot
way to pitt up a gas machine, for the ptuv
pos of lighting the Council Cham ber fit
no expense to city. . but to prove . to. tlie
Council the benefits therefrom,, loth lit
economy, safety and light was granted.'
Petition jof citizens for night-watch
granted, and Woo. Queener, by a unani
mous vote appointed. . (Bully tor Billy,
our city U safej ( ., , . " . , , .
Ordiuancc relating, to private boarding
liouse licenses was rejected.. ...... .
Ap ordinance granting the , riglit for a
water ditch, along the west side of Lyon
street; was passed." '
The license ' of Mr. McLa in, ; ibr street
sprinkling, was unanimously, as well as
' FROM JjEBAKO! Times. aW lively In
Lebanon, and the town nas Improved : rap
Idly during Uie past few months. ' ir
James Obwan, one of tbe politest : men
In the wM,; exceptlrr'g only Squire Mon
tague; '-.arid his f pardncr, Mr McCatley,
toget' with " Our genial agent S. H.:
Clanglftori, do the general 'merchandising
for tbe place and they keep-excellent
ctocfoi of good, too. ''"J .... -VA'.fL. -
Our old friend,' 'Dr'. 'Bailara", Tn eonj'nnc-
nutnd Ibr drags and medicines.
. . i. . . f I
Tti TtallHrrl Ahfl .Jrnle? ' W.. tri -trtlltnil
- , ,
111 enmx mnvt' vwr avij.iB,uiutiiw niui
tbese gentlemeM Is 6iifflcierit lo enable is
to say, "we mre willing tot risk bm- rife in
their tondi. ' 5Poble4 -- trne,' vxperletieed
in his profession. Dr. Ballard lias no su
perior In his profession.
retErsoiv the ' ' -General Repa!rer;
needs an advrtlsetnent explain hfs bu-'
ifeesa'tb ftnadmlringortd;:' ; M"," '
- Mrsi WbeeJer' is Corfptbnf dt up tlRf
faillinery to the entire sitisfaction of tftelr
lady pMnrm.-''V' -A-at-Ua-ir it-l ,iU;
And last, but not least, is Dick' rowers
& Ck4'blackmitMiig.- Dick- has tlie rerv
utation -of being the best fatTef'bi the
world, awl We guess he deserves L
Donaca'8 K vr3 stable is a iirMi4 . a(com
motlaiif fatnre ot' t3ie -town t the trawi'
ellng jMibUftr?;f.v3 t,i - s-.,j;".iofs--; s t vtij
A neat hotel attected-C4w attention,. - bat
as onr tay hi the place nas short wa-dkl 'nt
liave time to partake of Uabmnkality, and
can only srseak ot it by, repu&tkw 4Whkh
U that U'U da to tie ta. ,; ; . . .'J
Mr. ,Q.' P. Biiiljvtl is authorized to rV
ceita and receipt .for.. su&aeriDtloas. ,a
Letianon. ' ' ' ' " -
' ... .-.l.r ' , ' -i i f .. (
Go 14 asC" For 1mprx3: Havana,
He eayfi Le'a got m, and everybody knows
tisat Gur J jUiha sole 1;ct? ta George' Wash-'
incton'3 , 'HtCe Iwttcbet. ' Eai'Ciei' ' r "
Kii4-itis uuncceiisarj, . ....... 33t;
On the 23th Inst, one-tlilrd of Oshkosh,
Wisconsin was. hi ashes, and the ilitrnes
still raging. . - k J
Onthe2Sth tbe br4k tni.lSs , tinirm
Pacific were closed, and irahisjiow nut
through without tsantiferrhig pas.sertgr.rs.
Judge William? b&s relgieil and .1 u Jsco
Edwards Plerrepont lists accepted the
office of Attorney General,
fi'elcpertmci!!; telb- be made In tfie cul
tivation of cotton, In Arizona, the coming
Tt flrgrthkti destroyed
Diintinir oftices, banks. nostofBce. all hotels
tn one, telegraph office, etc. Two lives
'' i'lie slilp ITogemlwrn, lunving on lmnrd
COO bales of cotton, was struck . bv lhjht
?nlng at her wharf during a storm, in , New
Orleans, April 21st, set on tire and burned.
Secretary Delano announces that, as the.
recent newspaper -attacks affecting his of
ficial integrity are the result of a conspiracy
tovompell his retirement from the Cabinet,
he' lia. postponed his resignation indefi
yhy.Islt fJiat .the Xpti Ji'orth c4 and
the Slitea Jtfijhtu DwijxTttf luive become so
suddenly passive? We can but imagine
aitj agreement of a cessation of hostilities.
TU none of pur business, to be. certainly ;
but then you know tlie natntal inqulsi
tiveucss of man induces tin Inquiry, why
is this thus ? .
"" We believe it Is conceded that the wheat
crop of California for the coming season
will be a- pretty general failure, through
the lack of rain. . Iu some places the wheat
1s already being cut ?f. hay, all hope of its
maturing having been abandon!. This
Ciet may-, induce, n:tuy persons who liave
etnignttetl to that State this season with tlie
expectation of settling there, to change
their minds, and cotpe on to Oregou.
Tho Union. Pacific Railroad is compelled
'to employ the passenger coaches , of con
necting 'roads east to move the people
westward as fast as they arrive at Omaha.
During the fust ten days of April' nearly
5.000 emigrants reached that place en
route to the Territories and tlie ...Pacific
coast. " Freight is also accumulating there
very fast,, and first chiss travel is very
large., .East" hound travel is light. The
earnings of tlie . road are nearly double
tltosq of this time last season.
On the eveniug of April 20th, the liody
of Capt. R. B. Randall arrived at lima.
tilla, was taken in charge by tlie Odd Fol
lows, and on tlie next day was buried by
tlie'onler, assisted by the Masonic frater
nity the Captain having been a member of
both orders. It will be rememliered that
Capt. Randall was drowned in tlie Colunv
bin river, near Umatilla, some weeks since,
His body was found below the falls at
Cclilo, a day or two before' it was forwarded
to Umatilla for burial.
1 Gen. Spinner lii addition to the elegance
of his autograph has some .other peculiar!
ties. He Is Incorrnptibly honest, " which is
tle exception rnflier than the ' rule nowa-
days among pnblic men.' Tn the treasurv
be Is lifcfe a, watch dog," always sleeping hi
tlie building." Although well advanced in.
vear3 lie hsis a fondness for female lieant.
but not to an extent to excite suspicion of4
wrong doing, ' lie believed in the honejfy
of women and employed a great many' of
them, taking tlie ground that woman had
not the nerve to steal.
Jay Gould,' the 'great speculator and
business man, "was Interviewed recently by
a 'reporter, who says: One remark lie
made strncfc' me wjth much force. When
talking of the deplorable condition of our
financial affairs-, lie said they" were hot so
bad as many' supposed. , The Pacific'SIope,
lie said,' bad not been touched by tlie panic,
and Ir, with its vast mineral and other1 re
sources, had come to be the country wlrnt
the Sonth hml been. : But for that our ruin
would have been complete. With It our
restoration is tiot distant. .' -'
"' Tlie fifty-sixth anniversary of Otld Fel
lowship in .the U.S. was celebrated gen
erally by the lodges iu San Francisco. An
excursion f to; Badger's Park, Brooklyn,
was projected, the public generally joining
In the picnic, many thousands being pres
ent. Tlie Oakland steamers, as late as 1
P. ,weie crowtled with excursioners.
'A band of music was in attendance. The
programme . included -races , by boys and
girls , and men and women, married and
single, ; sack races, , blindfold race,c old
men's races, and a fat men's race, free to
all over 200 pounds.. The customary police
precautions. . were taken and , everything
passed off pleasantly.' ; - .f aiii-.l.. s
'Tbe unusial warm weather of the -past
two weeks has melted tlie jsnows in : tlie
mountains along the line of the overland
railroad-causug all the streams to , over
flow their banks, flooding the Country in
every, direction, ., More uow fell iu tlie
mbuntain during Uie whiter. than ever
known before, and the earlv and - ran Hnir.r
i ' " " j mn w J til
. n .
L niinu;.iiraiUKP Kepi ine, BtfGlinS till
for an unusual length of, ime.. Miles i of
railroad. an,a ..large, number vof bridges
nave, been, washed way, bnd travel across
(he couyngtiti has. .almost ceased. s .Large
niirnbers of passengers, at last accounts,
...e. ' w m - .
wim nwwus anu .ireigni, ; were at Green
river, and ipther points, : awaiting the . subsidence-of.
the waters, r Until' the waters
I' are assonaged the bridged and roadbed can
not oej replaced. u.ie latest teat-grams -are'
to tlie: effect that trains will soon t be mak
Ing regular trips, as the . waters are dl-
- ...;-;,.t-.vtf '- i- ' '-"" ' i
'kw Fnm.Sam Millor has booght the Wagi-
ttti aa4 mttbhop. heretofore occupied ilby
TPetera A Rneidel. together with the material
end nnflntsnea worK. ana is now prepared to
AiMilah ftnvthlnff in his line, cansistinir of
fcterrtnire, ituinriee, Lnnioer wagons, naoxi.
anagenei-ai anuining nejwiy una wuu am.
natch." I empioi' none bnt the beat of tueolian-
los, and- insure, saJtafautloo. ' All :rrle waiv.
ranted. I think I can make it an oojeet for
von to mi j' -or trxi, tn price, eryieanaauramiity
of work, .I.'nse.tJie best of material,, Blokpry
nd oakj from tbe Eastern St ates. - Call and rx.
ciiiUa t,ir nmniara: all I want te a Air trial.
1 have iiaf several years of experience on this
coojst, end with tliknowJedg Urns gained, nt
eertafn 1 can please yon, I guarantee to sell fir
cask-aa low as -can he boigftt in this city.- A
large leifcof lumber- wagons, side nd eod sprin g
&,.f l-.R- ir nn hnrtil . . Patronize home
Tnann6otoiy not send yoe money off out
v.ne conn try, ACii,iinn4Ji rt w,iin
-uuiKt op your own siaie, anu you win
A Ifavana' ttnotrtaial report is in circulation
that a nevero t he otuunwt at f .re Cnuwsi on
the GeinfiiGroa iviinv. hiutniiarteranf Capiain-
Generai ViMiiaaeda; that 70 reUeis wore- kijicd
su incur eatlfe lorce routeu, .
'' A Wasldnston x;clul oars It Is rumored, that
Robeson Hint liclknnp. as well as Delano, will
aotrn leave the aiino.f.w. , - ,
J. Jf.: KerroM, eonsolar ocnt of tho Crllted
States at Brest, iXvaA. ' ''- - i KJ
A Philiulelphla telegram of April 53d, says:
To-nUrbt Si-honeklV kr cotton mill In Manny
unk was totnlly Oe.-itrvyed bv Are ; loxa hevv.
Htat Trensnrer Parker, of South rrolliia,
htui been committed to Columbia county jail, in
defuult of2.,lW0 bHll.
The colliery owners of forith iVales liave
arv'd to throw open the pits to tho minevsat
a reduction of 15 per cent, on waxes. " ! i
1 Here nns neen tin unusual tneretwe or rtjtiwn.
ii iiinonif the ilimuK'A of the l.ivnnol tiolli-
nnii, wuiuii is atiriouieu to religious e.xcue
ment. ........ - -
Kuw York dntes to April 21 unv : nwrle C
Iew is. of the tlrm of Weliaier .t Lewis, whleh
recnhtlv fulled, committer! suicide at liia hotise
i ne nninnK wnooncr, i wi. m umwrstBr,
Mhsm., is uiven up as lost, with acrew of twelve.
'J'hlH from Bei-HiK Aorll 23;1 ! Tile utilH-e
authorities have personally notified all Ursitline
ftistersoi tuts uisirict, wno nre not, natives wi
tiennany, tlult they must leave wlthltt two
niontns. . i
A New York dlsratch of Arvril S8d snvs: At
a tueetlng of the Iwiird ot directors of the North
I'acine ralmmd tonia v t he resliriiution oftieorae
W. Ulss, rivwltlent, was oened, mid t.'lmrlei
11. Wriaht. of Pluhtdehuiia. was elected to nil
the vacancy. He has been four years a director
and la cht'irman ol the tiimnce committee.
From Hazelton, Pcnn.. April 23;tt A rmrty or
miners at lacked the hotise of J. Morrison last
evenlnpr. F. Londcrban, who whs stopping
there, tired on the attacking party, killing one
Julius DnncHii. me newspaper reporter wno.
It is supposed, coiutniiicd suicide, in his letter
to liisemnloversn. Ivisinji Hiemif hisintentlrtn.
said : I am wearied with the blasphemy and
vieiiii rv of tho Bcecher trial, ami xilson my-;ir
to get out of it."' A body, supposed to be Jhnt
or Duncan, was ton ml a: ureut i-piiit, i-. i., it
A Icfe'ium ot ino 23U hit. says; jv urn hi
Jersey t'ity to-nivtht 'completely deatroyert the
nnsecu uiauuiucinviiig mm m r orris jmjs
with a lurge nunntitv of stock of all kinds.
Loss. 1.30,000 ; instimnce. 10,0(W, i
The lMiily .YcV di-Mmtch from Athens-5reei-e,
savs: " t'onsidei-able excitement.1 pre-'
vails over tlie apni-oachlng elections. A l aw
of siege Is refloated impendtnsr. 'I he govern
ment is concentrating fi.mio aoldier In Athens,
and it Is supposed intends to nilse the anliy to
a war fooi ing." ; , . ! .
M.ulton, minister ot instruction, uasuraig
nated Jndre 4-amnert as siwini commissioner,
to examine the report on the A issioncr system
of edm.-nr.ion. ITe will visit AVasliiiiglon' and
New York, and .also attend the Philadelphia
exhibition, in connection with which he will
receive siiecisil Instructions from Ministers Je-
Cas-9 and lleMeux. !
It 1 rumored tiiat Attorney wneral v ininms
hasor will resign, and . the most prominent
names mentioned in connection with the ofhee
are Matt Carpenter. Kdward Plern-nonti and
K. W. Sloughton. Tlitn simie otspsucn ; says
WHIiams will nT olid, retnrn toOregon to- con
duct the seiimorial cauvuss in h own liehalf.
t mni Washington. April 23il, we Have tne
following: In vcsukhi im of th mail contiiact
frauds is si ill progressing lv the Pistmaster-(ieuei-al
and Second Assistant lTtstmaster-
t-neinl Tvner. who th'w Suoming discovered a
Irauduleui bill among those for mall routes in:
l-imis-iiina. About six clerks have already been
discharged for complicity tn the fi-auds, and it
is understood that at least a dor.en mom are
inipb.nte l. Tyner states that the denartnieiit
lia9delermined to make a thorough investiga
tion, if it takes all summer.
Prom New tlrleans. April 23.1. we have this:,
Tlie steamboats Upni-r. Jtilm A'i'-ant Cfmrle
V,)imi, wereliurned to-1ay at llic 1xt of l'ov
dras street. The rli-e originated in a black-'
smith shoo on the KuU and spread with such
rapidity that the cabin wn in flumes m less
than five minutes afrert lie alarm. SUewawc.nt
loose and drifed up stream, there being an eddy
at the apot where she wus lying. The HUyiorb r
and Botliium were also cut loose and the luirn
ing vessel drifted uznlnsT the Ksjytrti-ri setiring
leron areatonce. The lieople on board, aeping
no other refuge, jmnix'tl on the J&irlnuiii, which
a moment laier also caught and was soon en
veloped in flume-i and the three burning boats
firmed into tbe cnrrtuit and the people on.
iNkiird wcrt? lost: two juniied overboard, and
though some m-ere sved. the larger tarl nrei
lelievel to he. lst. The number Ls variouslv
est imated at from 20 to lot. On one ofthe lxiats
at as an excursion party front t'incmuati or
Pittsburg. .Many are feared to le lost, ji-oss,
f 18 1,000; ail snpixised to lie Insnrwl. '
Two tcn-TTile teams took the trail toward
Kelton from Boise City on the loth ins!., fo
freight. i f
John T. irirklin. of Tlmrston county. W. T4
has obtained a patent for un improved grain
separator. i f
Tlie city marshal of Corinne has captured
fifty horses, supposed to luire been stolen in
soul hern I tab. . ! !
The grangers have purchased the 3tiddleton
miii.aiMiut Is miles ik-iow Ifanse t ltv, and wul
lK-reafter do their own grinding. " I i
Rev. J. P. Lytton. wlinliiwlwcn the 'pastor
of the Kpiseopnl churr-h at lloisu City for over
two years, has gone .East to remain, "is
Sevei-nl dwellings, a schooner and a bav
steamer will be Imilt at Kmpire City this sea
son. ... : , . - - y,- i I
The irraiiirei-saT-ound Cornelins are improv
ing tlie lino weather by patting in theln spring
crops. . - r j ( . . . ! l : ,
Washington conntv will have a -30.000 slan
der suit at l lie next term of the circuit court
for that county. j -,-
The Kosebni-ar and Coos Bav Wacron Road
Co., ha ve again negot iated their lands and road
loan Kastern company. . - j;
A vast amount of freight Is now stored in
the warehouses at Roscbnrg. and almost every
train from beloy adds to the amount, i . , i
Amitv proixises to let the contract, for build
ing a new school house 83 by Mi feet ib size,
two stories high. I ' M
Abe Frazer. shot bv Uelanev. Intelv. at. Lake
Washingioii coal mine, died on Friday last, at
2 P. M., from the effects of the wound. ,) ; " i
A two-year old daughter of Richard fJaunt.
of McMiiinvilie. has otiiey thiee whole tlngei-s
on one hand. Her brother couldn't lie; he did
it with his little -hatchet." (; . ,
A book-peddler named Connell rollivl his
team and wagon ofl from a forty-foot embank
uient near the Lafayette warehouse, on Frldav
lust, and brought up under one of the horses,
himself. . j
A difllculty oecui-red on Wednesday! In the
woods near Ilillsiioro between Cornelius Ilall
anil Mr. M. M. Moore, In which The former
struck the latter in the forehead wiihtheivul
of his a;:, knocking him senseless tor the time.
Last week tlie directors of HillsborO school
district hired Mr. Cault for principal, and Miss
JDoia ftenshaw assistant, teneliers for the en
suing term of school. The school opened on
aionaav wit ii eighty scholars. i
The Vlcti-iat'ofoiif says : "8kaitget Valler.
W. T.j will produce this year lOO.lKO; tons of
wheat, oats and hat-lev. " Too large bv about
90,oou tons wc reckon. . ,r .'-.. ; i : i ;: j
When Brlgham Young was In jail, the other
day, for contempt of courts there were five or
that institution, and twelve at the door.
John fJorman has ' won his snif agniiist the
county coimnissiouersof Uoise county, where
by he collects' his fees while turned out of
office as assessor, anionntbig to about 1.000. i .
Some of the members of Olyrupia Grange No.
10. gathered around the grave of the late lewis
1. Barnard, on Tuesday of last week, - and
planted a memorial tree In the name of the
Grange to which he belonged. " r '
; Orson Hyde, who has lmen president of the
twelve apostles for nearly thirty years, has
been -degraded by his dread master to third
man in the apontolic ranks,--John; Taj-kir be
ing promoted to thi primacy. ' i. i j
-Inlius IMckens holds -more ; offices' thati arty
pt her man In Washington Territory, and. yet
lie is not happy, but goes- and advertises him
self iu his own paper as "Meddektr; Lpplysiiln
gar." That is a little too much. . ! ,'r j.
'Thworfc onhe M. K. ehhreh at Boise? City
ls milldlv reachhia cnninU.I Inn . 1-lu.- wiilU t-M
aH plastered and whitewashed, the celling and
sleeTMt, PalnlArl. i. ,1 . i 1. . K v. , . i(- n.
be ready for dedication about the tetter part of
the present month. i. .... '..j ViiT !'
Cm x nas it
. Tlie HUlnboro-1 Iltd-rxulnt wi-na that -the
farmers are well T....1?.,1-
. , . - y. .iiv niiw Willi t II VII Oif UIH
oraps. A-coupie of weeks of cood weather
would finish the spring plantlmz and
ery team is ousy, and the acreage will bo
ASSf? ...1L To,nae- T. n. Humphreysand
Ahred Lneliimr, of WniiaUntr h,
hint effected, the purchase of Ben.
"Vl, , np in North' Yamhill, eonsist-
lSnth2'ari?-1-t'.,JOWi hiajlvanco of any county
In the State m to Ayrshire breed In cattle. J --
w-unfl0 ,,T'r Httle- daagbter of-Ir
"'Jniel Creek, Coos county, fell while
Xy"1? bTOl'c her arm Jnst above the wrist;
STIiJl. waa ''hrpwn from a horse tlie,
same day and injured hi only eyi. About a
.nolste!k bim hiit
ViAJEf 5i"',,,"?nn' eormt'y,' plaeert: a
?5S9Hd' nd he1" IntoxiteJ, satuown by
and ?Je ',,1 b "d Pt "
.?.i. i,r,,e tne eandle burned down
i?Jh? of tlK! soppoaed sand, and it was
""U W man's eupposttion correct,.
or Hieriennencaays the Tuaiat a river, with
fhe ?th,a.'h ""isbw. thrOUhVrat
Oswego-aj small matter emredwiwl at
i,rthTr"vna 4"8 "le-Oul'U
,A ".Llting from'lWadise Sal-
ley, Iaalio, says: "There in e.,,;.. Ti.! k,.4..
erected two miles below the brtige on the
fiSXSr' TinL'e.'j'r""?. orde' Vof
the tair thing, which will gladden the heart of
m'-j -" - .
Lafayette lias a prospect, of considerable Im
provement, daring the season. -.
i The talk of a railroad to the CoqulUe from
South Slough Is again revivud. . ? .
! Twenty-two thousand hrick are placed ia tlie
State House walla every day. ( t
i Marshtleld never improved foster than at the
present time. ; t .
f Comelina has a case of measles and several
cases of scarlet fever. , .
i Ash tot Ma was too strong tor tho best speller
4k The new school bouse to bo hnllt at Amity
rill lie a fine structure when fintsheil.
, Youn Ijmghltn. who shot his father not long
Since, on North Ynmhill, is dead,
i Mr. fshenpard. of the Baker tMty Drmnarat,
was seriously 111 last week with lung fever.
' Twb hrtckmtlkers and two blacksmiths, from
iVf alia Walla, will soon locate In Pendleton- and
i Jackson ermhty's sehool fund this year etn-hi-aces
7,7 72 In coin and 176 90 in currency.
Tliere are 4,441 pupils m the county,
'r The Jackson eountv Agrlenltnnil Poctply
nmfmtuiBlinlilinfv .nnthp, fair tlllA veill'. and tO
' this end have rallied a meeting for the 1st of
May., ' , ; ., .... ,,; . .
Tanlil Smith, of Jackson county, was ex
amined before Judge Wateon by lr. Matthias,
on Wednesday of last week, and adjudged in
sane. Two trains for freight for Jncksonvlne. nr.
rived at and departed from Koseburg last
.T. it. Pnwvtr l irt vlner Bibles a wnv to all
those who aru unable to buy them in Polk
C. V. TTnmmnnd will Issue his pew paper In
Independence on or near tho 15th of noxt
The amount of taxah'e property in Panes
City, as estimated by Mr, Breymau, is about
Thft i:nnil Templars of Rosehnnr hare
lr..lrn rin.ner. which Is read at even- meeting.
which consists of contribui lone from the mem
bers. . i ; -
rinTiet nnfl linae 1 toll I Iibvc bfien.'to some ex
tent. unereded In torvnllls by the graceful
and healthful pastime of "pitching horse
Rev. B. R; Baxter has resigned the pastorate
of the M. R. church South, in forvallls. and
Rev. Jos. Emery lias temporarily accepted tbe
position. : :
.v Tili nln will tx iziven at . Wood river on
Samrdnv. M11V 1st. bv the good people of that
delightful place, whrifxtend a general Invita
tion to the citizens of the Dalles.
TheJlTKnirt has been shown, by Panl Brl
tow, a pure whim "digger sqoii-rel," captured
up in Lane conmy. . ,
Orrlte a horde of t'ornelinsltes are engaged tn
thafc healthful exercise cutting cord wood
for Jack Powers, in tlie swamps bordering on
Tlie x muni ru. . ' '
Parties from Sn Francisco are soon going to
oomipeni-e the hnilding of a saw mill at Co-
fjip'lle Cltv. Iartie are. also going to start
ln-lck yard at the same place.
On Tuesdu v of Inst week at the Ensrfne saw
mill, Mr. Mc'Parland, while at work abont the
planer, had the little finger of his left hand
completely cut otf at the knnckle.
Pallas Is Improving all over, under. In the
middle, on top. Every house in town is full,
except the hotel, and it is nearlv ready for
some good man. No use, Dallas is tlie town of
j-oik sue in linoitanTs.
A. Johnson, the wagon-maker of ComtTlls,
rc-eived some serions injuries on Wednesdny
oflast week, bv a scaffold giving way. His
right wrist was badly sprained and his aide and
neck eonswcraiHy orniseo.
The. man Wvant. who was shot In attempt-
hg to escape from the jail at Lafuvette. some
time ago, has hml the ball extracted since his
arrival at the penitentiary, and is now getting
well, and will be ahle to "do the State some
service. - . . '
As Messers. Ph'veraft and N'evare had lust
quit their work of surveying, and were coming
down the Nooisnek river, their canoe up&et
ana t ney lost t neir compass una uiaiiKeis.
J. II. Fletcher, county assesvor, rejiorts the
ppnlatlon of Claike county. W. T., at 3.700.
an Increase of 700 in the last two years, which
show that the county is slowly but surely in
creasing. t The city council of Lewlston has passed an
ordinance authorizing the pjarshal to collect,
by sulisci-iptlwn. money to defray the expenses
of cleaning the streets.
Tho Walla Vnlla Union is agitating the sub
ject of a Fourth of July celebration in that
city. It is three years since they bad a patri
otic display iip there, nnd the-warm weather
they have recently indulged in is stirlng them
Tbe Free port Mills property, which has been
Iving idle for several months pnt, has now
rassed Into the ownership of tl. W. Preseott.
of San Franciscn, and Capt. E. L. Marshall,
formerly of ihe liark .Wiif.-mici. mid will lie at
once pnt in flrstrate condition and run here
after day and night.
The Oregon and California stage, while on
its way between Rnfns and Byron Cole's, one
Oa Hist week, upset, killing a horse.-.. No iuis
sengers were aboard, and but little ot her injury
was sustained. ,
The April term of the circuit court for Jo
sephine comity commenced yesterrlnv, at which
ttuio tbe Hriggs case, in which a nioihcr and
son are accused of the murder of a school
teacher, camu up for hearing.
Capt. Barnes, of Goose Lake, is now In Jack
son comity purchasing cattle. Ho proposes
buying SiO head, and has part of them alreadv
herdel on the desert. When tho bund is cuiii-
pleted it will bo driven to tlie Captain's ranch
in t,OOSe, lAKKK.
It ts now confidently expected thnt a large
two-story Di-tcK Hotel win ix. erecteu tho pres
ent season in liaker City. Quite a large
4i mount is being subscrilied by citiwns for the
linose of aiding tho enterprise, tbe loan to be
paid buck la board when the hotel bhall be
completed. A ,
Hon. Henrv Warren had a narrow escape and
swift downward ride In an elevator car at. Me
Minnvillo the other day. The fastening of the
c- r gave way, and let it. down almut 40 feet as
rapidly asattractiunoi graviuition wouiu Drmg
ii. ... - .
Wallace Mclntyre was breaking clods the
otlier day, on his father's farm across the river
from Salem, and when he turned the machine
un to clean it ou it. ten iorwara on tne team,
which ran away. The horses got some bruUes,
out no great uumage was uone.
- Pnvs the Boise ftlaUrman : A. K. Wamercame
In fi-oin tho Weiser mines about three weeks
airo to Weiser valley, miviug started on snow
shoes. Imt before he got throngh the snow got
soft and lie luiU to travel wit lion t the snow-
shoes, and in doing so rroso Ills ta-t. Hts two
lai-ge toe on -tho left foot were badly frozen
and be cut loeui off Uliiiscit.
The Mormons having succeeded in getting
Jndge McKean oft the bench in I lab, find that
Judge Boreman is also a man of Inlegritv and
honesty, and t ney are seeking to nave httn re
moved. It appears at this distance that Brig.
ham Young and his followers are going too
titst, mid tho aiminisii-Hiiuii ougui to ta-ing
tnem up wun a rounu iuin. . , ,
There usett to -resiue at nicine t;ity, w. x., a
few men who have since become soiuewhat
noicil. such nsGrant.now President of the TTni-
ted Slates, Sheridan, lngulls, Hooker and Kol-
lv, now in the v. . senaie. l-acnic i:ity was
a" giHsit plnce, but the inhabitants were nncon
. . v . . . . i. .. .i -..,.... .
' Messi-s. Marshall Bltnn and Roliert G. Slew-
art have Iwen appointed with the secretary of
the Temtory. Hon. uenry ti. t.ruve, a com
mittee to disbnrse the congressional approorl-
. ation for repair on the: onpho bnildinir
Olympia. The committee nas received inst nie-
tions in tlie mat ter, and
wui iiuuceeu-wiin ine
work atari early uay.
The 'Avalanche " says:" Recent discoveries
lead to the belief that, pasta of Idaho are well
stocked with coal. From all. account we be
lieve t Imt coal fields will lit time be found in
abundance iu this Territory. At -Horseshoe
Bend there is a good coal field which Onlv
wants capital in order to be properly develop
cd. " ' '
A man named.Gordoa is mtseinir fWrti Rose.
tmrg under verypecnliar circuinatances, leaci
(n.omB ti think ' "h has been fonllv dealt
with, while others, think lie has. wandered
l down to the rmpqusU' fell in and drown d
f has committed suUode-i Gordon Is desoril
man alxut 35 years of age,
I pIotIoii. about 3 feet 10 inolies nig
In the right eye. Ho claimed to be a native of
inn . anonr.A leer- ieineaes niun,' itnu onnu
Mississippi, and nad served In tne rebel aruiy
dol ing f he late war,T ii'3 s'i-r! !'.:- ,
i'-Mr' Bunflfnrl TTarria. an old and. respeetod
. resident of salt Creek, Polk county, died Sun
day evening, Mio Utb last, atter violent ill
ness of only five hours. He had been in nsiuU
health Un to the evo of his death.- After at
tending to afiairs at the barn that evening, he
wens to tne nous anu. wa wmuomy mkdi
with severe pains in the breast, from which be
had Intervals of relief, nntil he guttered foitr of
these attacks, when at midnight lieeom plained
f the same distress in, he head, and .iminedt-
ately expireo. ; s. -
in.,,nn4ho tnnnth of March tbe ComBterelal
mills at McMiiinvilie shipped 4,700 barrels of
flour, 3,101 socks gran nu nm, "u
018 sacks wheat, making in all 601 tons, or equal
to 20.033 -bnsheis of wheat-- Purlng the ssme
time the McMiiinvilie mills snipnea Orwb-
Olsoi wneat itnu a,o n"r "rr"' ,,UUI
eonal ta about 7- tons. The total amount of
Irelght. shtpid from both mum wasbui ton,
homputing this at: rlvep prices on frelgbt--
fu oo per ton we raw uv v.,ww, A
nn n-vnotrfo'creek. near Stiver Cit'r.'IdahoI
April islh. a sbootlnsr OTPtook pSaee- be.
tween James Bernard and Col. Morton, in
whch the forwerwoa seriously If not fatally
.Anri.i n tn si-oln, ox'. hip,. The afiuir
originated In a dispute over apiece of lanrt
clahneit -by oow oi uuo-itii. wiua -goe
. ji...i.-.n aMlnat Itnranra' to malrttiM
1 him front working Wie ground, anlt appears
I ,i., ,ui.fnrtiansrarded the order and was
I plowing on the landi Morton orderad htm off
T Premise ntkteho
fired eleven shotfraodJtlortonJive. The latter
r escaped uuDurt,.
iKdTRt'UESTAL MtsiC: Mr. fi. S. Kick.
erson fproflferanis service to the citizens ot
Albany as & teacher of instrumental music,
on tlie piano or' organ." Terms twelve
dollars for twenty-tour lessons. Lessons
given at tlie residence of pupil. Satisfac
tion gnaranieeu. uraers leit at the Aloany
liook store promptly attended to.
ii. S. JNlCKKltSOS.
Albany, April 24, 187. 2w
Ri2oval. H. Weed lias removed the
'Bee-Hive Store" to Freeland's building,
two doors west of the' old stand, on First
street, where lie will.be happy to meet his
old patrons and friends. He offers tlie
public Groceries, Provisions, &c, at re
duced prices for cash or Produce. Call ami
see him. -.'.'','.".' w..
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Gold in New York 115Ji.
Legal tenders 87t88is. ' - .
IJveriwol wheat quotations are 9s 3d
9s 7d for aventffe, and 9s 6d 10a for
Money is quoted easier In the Eastern
centers. Government wul pay out large
amounts in interest next month, while
railway and otlier corporations will pay
out large sums, swelling the sums put in
circulation to a very large amount. This
will tend to make tiroes easier tliere, niid
will gradually spread westward until even
Oregon may feel its influence, nils ease
in financial circles in tlie ohler States will
be felt by us in the large Increase of emigra
tion it will certainly bring to our shores.
Thousands who liave only been retarded by
the scarcity of money from coming, .will
be able now. doubtless, to secure tlie neces-
sary funds to put them through in good
shape to the golden shores of the Pacific,
: Portia nd markets remain as last quoted
But little wool as yet received, and different
views as reganls price prevails, some con
tending that choice lots will open at 25c
and common at lS22c V lb.,; while others
do not go above 22-c
San Francisco markets show little
cliange. Wheat shippers, $1 70, millers,
$1 80. good. $1 75. , Oats good to clioice,
2S3 25.' i". ' -- C "
Albany markets quiet, with little cliange.
Wheat, 70c ? bushel. Oats, 50c bushel
Butter, 25c lb. Eggs, 18c f dozen.
Potatoes 25 V bushel.
Apples, green, retailing from stores at
62 '.c per box.
Cliicketis. $2 503 f dozen.
Hams l.'i-..e; shoulders 9c; sides lie
iJird, in 101b cans, 1 25; in bnlk, 10c
f ft. "' :,: '
White beans 4c lb.
Onions scarce nominally $1 50 per
Beet, on foot. 4c ; pork, Stc : mutton
sheep, ier heaik $3.
Xcar Waterloo. I.inn county, Oregon.
March 25th. 1S75. at- resilience of Peter
Powell. hv .1. 11. (jiiison. . P.. Mr. J5. O.
Powell and Miss Lilly Bell Fairdo.
Bulletin please copy. -
Mrs. Dr. Pcrrv Miller died at her resi
dence in this county. April :42d, lb a, of
con-sumption, aged 2:1 years.
nr Tanarent. Aiaii 23th, the infiiiit
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. .1. Bv limit.
Corner First and Washington streets,
J. II. Backensto, Proprietor.
t'nder the new ninnagement. this popular
Hotel has been refitted and retnmlshed, ami
now offers the traveling public tne nest accom
TiMwlaf ions on the most. i(a!4onable terms.
taSPi-ec ooach to and from the House. , 33-5
BOOTS & SHOES
ALHANY, t : OBEUOX.
f R D K R S SOLICITKH,
AND ALL WORK
lx-ave vniir orders at their sliop in tho old
Foster tmildliig, ou
First street, below A. ca-
rotnera x ..
P. C. HARPER As CO.,
Clothing, Hoots nnd Mioea, lints, 4iroee
rl(s, Fancy 44oocIm, Xotlona, Nho;uns .
and Pistols, Sails, Rone, Mirrors,
Wallpaper, Wood and Willow
Ware, TrnukH and Vallsra, . .
JPoefcet Cutlery, fce :
Fold verv low cither for cash, or to prompt nay-
n 39 ing customers on time. v7
ALKf) BIDS WILL BE RKCEIVKD FOR
e erection and completion of a chntvh
house for t he M. K. Church South, tn Albany,
Oregon, from this date until May 1st, 1873, the
building to be completed August. 1st. lSi.t.
Plans and niiecincationsrnn be seen at the ofllce
Of L. H. Montavne. First streot. Albany. Ore.
gon. The Commute reserve the right to re,
lect ana tu dius.
T. B. WHITE, President
L N. LlOOKTT, Sec i , ..;
U ' THE BEST IX THE WOKIDI i
Ifouselceener m Make Rwtct and
' M holeacme Breas Wllkwl It.
' This well known and long established YIJAST
POWI)K is now in great demand. Bales in
creasing dailv. Now 41 gross per day to the
trade. I. tlALXiAGHAN now sole mannftwv
ture and proprietor, naos no drngs no bone
dnsti pure white oream of Tair, Imported
direct and ground on tbe premises, being tbe
Chief ingreaient, ,
. Always on hand and.for sale at lowest prices :
Callaerban's Yeast Pswdsr, In IB cans,
CMlatrboaa 4'reaan T Tartar, all stj-)e
Calnxritian a Pnrm Eairlisb. Bl' rsrhesipte
;-jv--:jr nads) and nser, . . T,-,-r
f. IfOB BALJi BY ALL GROCERS. '
, , . - AM ,
CVeam T Tartar Crystals sat s;i
. CAI.KU.CJf Aw 4c CO., SIaunlaeterrs&
12t f RONT STRE.n, Sa rrancioco.
. nJB . ... t
T n aw .now raiit wir ?ctrrrci: anything In
.,.Vi"i.i lirm'vnor would, wi now. unless me
could be convince the we are not doing our
.1 ... .. iniu,iaMin mnninHuuiiiif iu lira
wii.. Lichnimi itnirJ nretiaratione of
Hani trT Whoever iiadoces the vUulm of
Scrtrf nl or atT other disease of the blood, to use
i una b m. v vjrfMn via mnwtau iiin ukuh
Aood wnrk. Then mn he no Question as to
he result of this inwdfoiiis u perBevereu in. iv
to a euro cure fpf Scroftjla, "'a'"'1,8,ni""
. . i j.- i 1 n .1 . .. ttu l.lolnf a .rlninff from
viiated or Impure blood. It tohwt what a good
-.1 ......! n...4 1 ft r tiue complaint.
I'll VniV IU.l wvw.u J. um . " " . . , .
i;i Annflihuktlv inmtnmmll it as iwillg
best nrtiele now In use. J. Henry's Congh Bal
sam is the most etreotive renuwty tor ".
tions of the Throat or Lungs that we have ever
i... ... -t, Mmtatni mi riitint erious drugs, ana
can be taken wlib lmiainity nd ertaitv cTr. (
lief. Por the cure of Cough", Colds, Sore Throat,
etc, ttatunde without a rival, ,Jr. Henryi Lini
ment, aa an alleviator oi nin,i "
any preparation before ine puoiio; 7T
..i....,-,r7.-i ii k.. wmvIiimH hv a. single trial. It
will prove itseu a - inojiu m wuv w
lamuyanouia oe wiinwii. - ,
St Charles Hotel,
Corner Wnslilnff on and First Mon
Matthews & Morrison,
TTnnan newlv furnished throughout. The
best tho market affords always tin the table.
free t'ocb to npd fremt the lioanw. ,
Lebanon Mail BBd Stage Line,
W. B. DOXACA, Prop-n
MAIL IAY-Monday, Wedneeday and Fri
day. . ;i3i .
S JTV J3 MO IV .13 ."TV
Oltl Reapers, Mowers and Thrsner
Repaired and innde almost a good aa new
': : .' . . ,
MERRILL & 5nJTXAM'S ,
NEW MACHINE SHOP
. . Is now prepared to do aU kinds of ., . .
WcmmI TnnlBr, tawlsc nakl Btresslna;
Also, any Ironwork and geaaeral Blacksinilh-
Ing tlie trade may demand. ' . .
? Fencing iiei.eis wiu-ue kcpx tniiwini i hi
Raisins and .Bloving RaHding.
THK rNPKRSINKI BBfi LBlAVKTO
II announce to the cttiaena-ot Aioany ana
surrounding country that, having iuppiujanr-
selves wll h the necessary nmomnery ,inr rais
ing and removing buildings, we are ready at all
tiinus tn receive orders for such work, which
we wiirdo In short order at- lowest rates. c
guarantee entire aatMautlon In all worn nnuer
taken oy us.
OrdVrs leR at the kigqisysx amor prmnptiy
attentcd to. Aiitity to. . . .
R ANTT. 1LLE3 M Jt .
Albanv. Or.. Aprfl 23. 1SI5. 34v7
NOW READY FOR Bl'SINESS-
E. CARTER & CO.
TTaVE C.I VEX THEIR' PLANTS! MII.I
1 1 Siuh Jt floor Kseiorv a cenera I nverhn til
ing and reiwlring, and grently Increased tlielr
lactlities tir aoing rninc, oy putting w n new
watkh unm. new SUA PIN t MACHINE
and a new m.ANKR ANI MATCHER, all made
in Oreuon bv oresott tuechanies and ont of
Oregon iron, and are m creHt to Oregon. i
The Planer ii nu Matcher vtspoitiaiiy aiapteu
to matchinr rlooriiur and Rnstie. which we
makensficcialty. and are now prepared lo do
witliont deluv, as we can change the machine
from one kind of work to another In a lew
minutes, and wllh our excellent water-power
are always ready to run any or all om- ma
We keen DOOR 8. SASH and MOLDIN4 J alwavs
on hand, or make to order with dispatch, we
nave matte arraniretnents ov wnica we are mrw
pi-elxired to furnish Sash and -Sasli-lHatrs,
primed and glased, to order, at very near Port-
lautl prices, and propose to make it- tf tbe
inlerest of Mulklers to bay AT WOMB and
encon mare home interests. -
With onr new SHU'KK we are prepared to do
any Kimi oi ctrcuiar or irregular worn, mucu
better thnn it lias ever been done iu A I bun v.
We have I wo new tJrlndstomut. one tor the
social benefit or those wishing to grind axe or
tools of any kind.
In short, we have Sftarod neither nioncvor
labor in fitting up onr shop for doing ail kfnds
of work in our line with neatness, cheapness
anil disiiatch. and have materially r-dn-rd
our irires rr srork. All of which we hope
t lie public will appreciate, and continue to give
us a unerai snare ot tiieir patronage, - . .
Ei. CAKTBit wtllnlwRvbe on hand, with com -
petc.nt nieclmnic-s, reudy to serve thoae who
may favor us with their orders.
Natlslaf-Uon as te lrnrk and prices, gonr
CARTER ft CO.
Allmny. Or., April 9,
0. P. S. PLVnilER, SI. D.,
; ' 1' rr-f KAi.n is T,'
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
A full stock of Trusses and Surgical appliance.
BOOTS & SHOES
POR EVERYBODY I t t
FOR OLD aiEX.
: FOR Yovsq MEK.
' -i. : . -x FOR LAD IF. 8.
' ' FOR BABIES.
-.- 'j. ':?: .- - i - '' :. ',
...! ;;vBy Oci-u Stepwner, t .. n.-.rf-,',:
1OUI0 17EIIVALD0 ;
Baat Slio Stare,
j -AIban.y', Oregrpn, ,
Ceaperutan tbe Cllcopstl.
Albany, March , l758v7 , . ,
; i, i . ''" O ' ' " -
Ifaa naM tat sow are Vtatt a ftsawy.
Cvlor, Increases' fca.,TJrtr. .
r tb-HjOr, Jr.tW
Kewluir Hneblne Kales of 1873.
The table ot Sewing Machine Salee for I87X
hows tliat onr sales last year amounted to
"33,444 (two hundred una thirty tw Hhjus
and, four hundred and Yortv-fonr) Machines,
Deing a uirge increase over like mw oi me
previous year(lS72.) .... - ;- '-
-i neuDie aiso shots tnat our sales Esrera
tboM efnT Other oiMmnY. -(cir the period
named, by the number 6(111 2S4 Mxeblaae,
or nearly double those of any other Ctmijmny. .
It may be further stated that -Ihe sales of
. 1873, as compared with those of ls73,how m .
relatively larger increase, iteywna 1 tie utile oi
other nudcers. than of any other year.
for instance in mix we soiu ,uuu mora
Machines than anv other Cninmlivi- vlwraM.
In 1873, the sales were
113,KS4 Macltloea n Eaaeeaa 4f sar
iigucM i oinp UKu-. 4J
These flznres are all the more remarkable.
for the icuson that the antes -of the Vrincli al
t'otnpMiiles In 1873 ai-e kn tkmi tlnrtr aaims
In l173t whereas, as has lieen shown, iur
Mtteit ten largely bmcimd.
The account of sules is from uwn rrtmm
made to the,ownra of tin betrwif. Maehln
It will lmrdhr 1w denlmt. f nut ftw. tMiprfal Itir
ofthoSISGKR MACHlNKS is folly demonstrated-at
all events that their popularity
in the iKHtselsoldis unquestumable.
Name of ; Xo. 8oW.? I er
Machlnet. 1873 VTTt Decrease
Singer Mfg Co...:.219.7ri8-232.44i In. lMca .
--eoors. M.;o..:...r an. i,M a,i
V. W. MPg Co...l74,08 119-rtW T1e.54.S-M -
Domestic, ji.to.. rj-vi i,ii4 ,44U,
CirnverX Baker Co. 38.610 SS.179
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Weed S. M. Ct 42.M4 1.7tW
W1Im, ft Xf A.) tn ..,7
How Mucliino Co.. (no rctnri:.R
w neox iiiins( o. K.nso i ,.twi
American B. H Co. 1S.930 I4,lttt.
Florences. M. Co.. 15,7113 8,000
TUB SINtiKR MANCFACTtrKINtt VO.ff K
Vnien Square, New York.
Agenta, Albany, Oregon."
.7 K W K L II Y 4 ,
Silver & Plated Ware.
DIAMOND - SPECTACtESV-
MANUFACTURED AND ADJCSTKI
especially ifor the Paciflc Coast by tho
NATIONAL I' ELGIN WATCH CO -
of Elgin, Illinois, viz:
jalirornla and .
WATflt," and we most confidently I.-coni-iiM-nil
them to the public, as iiossesslng mora
good qualities for the price than anj other
Watch in I he market.
Wr also keep all other brands of Elgin.
Walt ham and Swlw Walches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Sllvcrand Plated Ware. '
Pistols and Carli'idsc.
. CiT RclxilringaSpcctalty.g .
CA11 Work Done and floods Km
Warranted to lie ns Reprewuted.
J. D. TITC8. ,
AT JOHN OANTElt'K OLT1 STAND,
Flrstatreet' " ALBANY, onEGOSt,"
far rarirylna: tn ltloMl.
1111S COIIIlHMinft -
tbe vegetable altera
lives, , Sartaparilia..
Dock. Ktilliiigls and!
'. Mandrake with IH'
vyl(Klide of loiBlimi(
atui iron iiuimw
.vof a series of coin-
i plaints which are very
prevalent. ani anuria,
ing. It purities the
blood, pnrg-s i tlien
im-ktiur humors in the
- ... ' , . ' '
svstem. that undermine health and settle Into,
troublesome dtsorlets. kruptionsof The skin '
Rm the apfH'aranct! on the surjace of humors.
Hint should be. expelled from Ihe blood. In
ternal dernngeinets are the detei iiiiimt Ion of
Ihesu same hotnora to someiniemal organ. or:
organs, wbowe action tlH'y derange, and whona '
substance they disease and destroy. Atkk's "
HAKi4APARli.i.A expels these humors from tbe-
blotMl. Wlien they aregoite, thetlisorderathey
prtxluce dlspiiear, such as Uhratm nf th
JJr, tHrmach, Ajkfnejt, Lung, Hrvfmnm titvt
tt-Hplire JHmHirt the Mill, til. AHthf.itp'' Mrm
ltcme or Erytiprla, I'mtpU. JPvaluh-, JJtorlu,
7U, 7Wn. Teltir and Halt Jitutrm. VrraVf
H'tuU Ittntiworm, lltetr nnrf l,rn, Jihmma-',
.mi, Niitmlgia, linn in lite Utnut, Atrie antl
limit; Slsiatc VfonkwM, MrriHtfti wnrrhm
arising rum internnl vltxruUtm anil sWm .
ijuTiw. Trnn)i, Pimmjuta, Emanation aft
Gntrrrd Debility. With their departure health
returns. , --. -
' PRCFARKO BT " 4,
Dr, i. C. ATKK : . CO., Jwell Mtmi
! Practkal and Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all Druggists and, Dealers In, ,
Medicine. , . , ,,Tln
: ISall'a . Yeg;etable (Sicilian :
II A t R IlE NEWfi Bl )
This standard article Is conipouddod with)
the greateMt tare. ., -.
Its effects areas wonderful ana, ss4 Infect ory
as ever. . , .-...
It restores gray or faded lialr to Its youthfnl
It retnoveA all eruptions. Itching sad dan- .
rdutf: and the scalp by its no becomes while
and clean. . .
By its tonic propert tes it restores the rapll-j
lsrr frisnda to tbidr nonnal vigor, preventing '
hnl'dnessisnd taaklng tbe hair grow thick and'.,
strong -'..ii . .-.i ".
Aa a dressing nothing has been fonnd ad '
effectual, or desirable. . . .
Dr. A. A. Hayes, State Asmyrrrof Massschaw
petla, ssvs of it : "I consider It ine (Vagsvnejra--
Urm for scs tateiMled lairposes."
KOBTHE WBINKEBS. ' "
b 9sx waist a Pore, . BtooaskajB. '
BiaactoaT Tt sa, a ra -; r3 tim -irf
yast ': arson' atarrs, SMitmt, -' tt
away- wits Badassa, BlatetMa an.
pirs. Overrasues las Flnhbes sontsiN,
oce e-rjimC ibxue and estelletncat.