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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1875)
ftofiLtSHEB IVERT FRIDAY, BY
dOLL. VAN CLEVE,
IC THE REGISTER BOILDINO,
Corner Ferry and First Street.
TERMS -IX ADVANCE.
Oi t?y, one year a. .;... 50
Qn cor f, Mix months ...... .. 1 50
To etabaof twenty, each copy.?.... 2 00
nirw,pie.. ,,11 tt. ,..... Ten cents.
SdBtta-lttuta otttahle of Unn county will be
charged 40 cent extra $ 70 for tlie vwr-as
attowntrf postage per annum
JiitadiS rettiw wwr on each paper
FRIDAY.... .".TTXOVliMBEB li 1875.
'oaatjr for IN? 5.
nuiMiii ouue . . .
Camp night. ' Biz.
Men were at work repairing the Canal
A. TL. Stinson, of Jefferson, called on
Circuit Court adjourned last Saturday to
meet on Monday next.
The stock In the new steam fire engine
Is being gobbled up.
A new invoice of fresh drug at Bell A
Parker's, in tlae new brick.
- Titus d; Bros, have complete outfits tor
The tax gatherer will commence his an
nual round In December.
. County Court has been in session during
Hiram Smith, ot Ilarrusburg, was in tlie
The weather has been cloudy and gloomy
all the week, pretty much.
Dr. Geary, of Eugene, was in the city
Btttter'qiiote-1 at 30c, wltii a prospect of
going higher if the present storm continues
Willamette is rising gradually, caused
by the "continual cease" ot rain.
The Thursday night prayermeetings at
the M.K. Church are increasing in interest.
' A family named Conner, just from the
East, . are sick and destitute, we are
For beautiful "charms," for watch and
neck chains, go to Titus Bros., in Frotnan
new brick. ..
Dr. K. O. Smith has moved into his new
rooms in tiie second story of Fromrn's new
John Schnieer lias liad to double on his
baking arrangement, the demand being so
great. , . - .
In the cae ot the State of Oregon vs. J.
M. Morgan, (lie jury brought in a verdict
of not guilty . Good enough.
Oar wheat buyers are offering 83c per
bushel, with little prospect ot advancing
their JS&ires soon.
Don't forget the Concert, for tlie benefit
or the Sunday School, at the M. E. Church
next Friday night. ,
We are now using a superior article of
rag paper a better article than is generaly
osed by newspapers.
' We know of somebody not very far
distant that got somewlat bilked out of a
stun of money. . Beware of such friends.
Eggs 37 He per dozen, and the market
not crowded with the : commodity by any
means, mad not likely to be.
Look In on Bker,grap bis honest hand,
loan him a half, and be happy In tlie doing
qj a virtuous act. v
A dance is announced at the Opera
Home this evening, under charge ot the
free thinker, to which all well-behaved
parties are Invited. -
Christmas Is eoailns and Baker will he
ready, at fee Dollar Store, with a grand lot J
of goods, toys, eta, specially ajiaptea to cue
Jodge Garretson, of Iowa, arrived in the
city on Monday, not In best ot health, we
are sorry to see. Judge G-. brought a por
tion of hi family, and calculates to stay
The present storm gives some show for
the fia3 this winter to be realis
ed If ecaV secure Cannon's omnibus
we shall bare a pretty fair ark.
The prediction made by the "oldest in
habitant, to the eflect that the Willamette
Valley will be visited by a great flood this
year, should he a warning to all parties In
terested to gst tieir arks in readiness. ,.
Thahksgivhsg Fair. We are informed
that the Indies Aid Society of this city
propose "ving a Fair on Thanksgiving
evesrlr-?-, t'se proee&a, of course, to be used
in 'itevli.Ui3 distress In our city. Of
course. fT S4 worthy an object, the Fair
-will be well patronized.
Tlie late severe storms have retarded
building operations greatly. The farmer,
atsd, lias felt the "pressure," and unless we
have a "discontinuance,' there'll be less
ground plowed than usual.
In a recent nravermeetinsr.- pro vers were
offered for the editor of the Democrat.
There's just where people got foolish in
religion tliey expect entirely too much
. fc- --
Jesse Farriah has a chair that lias been
in the Fairish family about one hundred
and seventy-five years a good, honest
Our old and much esteemed friend, Mr.
S. M. Pennington,' for years a resident
of this county, now a resident of Umatilla
county, gave us a call on .Thursday. He
teports his estimable family in good heakh.
It is announced tliat Judge K. W. Gar-
retsou will soon assume the active duties
of EdItor-in-Chiet of tlie Granger. "We
welcome the Judge into the profession of
journalism, and wish him abundant sucess.
Every old subscriber who wishes us well
can easily secure five new subscribers, and
every such subscriber bringing us five new
subscriptions with tlie "kale seed'
$12 50 will receive tlie sixth copy one
Christmas Bam.. A grand ball is to be
given at Harrlsburg, In Odd Fellows Hall,
on Friday night, December 21th, 1875.
Tlie boys at Harrlsburg always do these oc
casions full justice.
Married. On Thursday, October 28th,
at Port Townsend, Washington Territory,
Judge G. II. Baber, of this city, was
united In marriage to Miss W. Kroo.se, of
that burg. We congratulate tlie Judge on
tlie happy event.
A late patent in tlie way of carpet stretcli
er. a splendid thing by tlie way, is to be
had at Fred GrafFs. If you want to put
down carpet, get one ; it'll pay you to get
one if yon have but one carpet to put down.
We shall have our new style blanks,
such as Deeds and Mortgages, in readiness,
if possible, the coming week, when we can
supply all who wish first class papers of
tlie very latest and most approved forms.
Beijgious Notice. Divine service at
St. Paul's M. E. Church South, next Sab
bath at 11 a. m. and 6 p. m. The public
are invited. Theme of morning discourse :
"Unpardonable sin." Sunday School at
j. T. B. White, Pastor.
Tlie Lebanon folks held a grand jollifica
tion on Thursday, ending with a ball at
night, over the completion ot the magnifi
cent bridge over the Santlam at that place.
The bridge is one of tlie finest on the coast,
and is a masterpiece of mechanical skill
and architectural beauty a. credit both to
the builder and the liberality of the people
of L.inn county.
S. S. Concert At the M. E. Church,
on Friday evening, November 19th, for the
benefit of the Sunday School. Those in
cliarge of the concert are among our most
talented musicians, and in addition to con
tributing to .1 worthy object, those who
attend may expect a rich musical treat.
Everybody is invited.
A traveler, being at a coffee-house with
some gentlemen, was largely drawing on
the credulity of the company. "Where
did you say all these wonders happened
sir?" asked a gentleman present. "I re
ally can't exactly sa3'," replied tlie travel
er ; but it was somewhere iu Europe
Ttttssia, I think." "I should rather think
It-a-ly-," returned his opponent.
A1.1. Ai.oxk. Fred Graf is now alone in
tlie furniture business, Iiaving purchased
the interest of his late partner in and to
the same. Fred has a fine assortment of
of furniture, specially in the line ot bed
room and ptrlor sets, which are hard to ex
cel either in quality or price at which tlicy
are afforded. Fred is one of the best me
chanics on tlie cr&st, and anything ordered
of him will be well executed.
Tl lose of onr siiecp-breeder3 who Iiave
Leicesters may be interested to know that
at a recent sale of well-bred rams of that
breed at Melton market, England, by Mr.
Boulton, a noted breeder, the price for for
ty head averaged about $35 per bead.
The best lot, ol five, sold for $90 each ; the
next best tot $31 ; and so on down to $25
per head for tlie lowest. There was a large
attendance of breeders and dealers, and the
bidding was spirited.
Faulty Bridges. Couiplaintssttll come
lu with regaid to the - bad condition of
many of our county bridges. If these
bridges ate not attended to and properly re
paired, the county may be called upon to
pay the cost or such repairs many times
over in damages sustained by individuals
and their property. We have lseretofore
called attention to these complaints, and
hope tlie proper steps will be taken at once
to eradicate the evil complained of.
Furniture. If you wish to see a good
display of beautiful furniture, call in at the
new store of Mr. F. S. Dunning, on First
street, In the room lately occupied by Dr.
Plummer. He has some of tlie neatest
bedroom and parlor sets that ever went
anywhere, which he will sell at reasonable
prices. Mr. Dunning Is a thoroughly
practical man and gentleman who will do
tlie square, honest thing by all who trade
with him. Try him a whack.
OddFeixows Library. Albany Lodge
No. 4, I. O. O. F., is gradually building up
a splendid library, contributions being con
stantly t received from . various sources.
Tlyj last contributions reported are Pafeys
Natural Theology, The Koran, Life of
Confucius, . and Character of Cbrlt (the
latter in two finely bound volumes), by
Schenkel, Professor of Theology at Heidel
berg, Germany. Tlie above are all stand
In becoming acknowledgment of the
abounding blessings and rrierctes of the
hand of an Allwise Providence, vouchsafed
to us as a State during the year now draw
ing to a close, making all to rejoice in seed
time and harvest, preserving us from the
ravages of pestilence, fire, floods, and
storms, and meting out to us the full fruits
of all our common industires, as if were to
a peculiar people ; I do hereby appoint
tlie 25th day ot November, 1875, to be ob
served es a dav of thanksgiving and praise
to Almighty God, "who mnketh peace in
thy borders, and filleth thee with the finest
of the wheat." Given under my hand at
Salem this 5th day of November, A. D.
1875. Jj. F. Grover.
Extensive Bobberies in Ecoene. 1
About 3 o'clock on Monday morning the
Methodist parsonage at Eugene City was
entered and about eight dollars and the
watch of the pastor, Rev. I. Wilson, taken.
An entrance was effected into tlie parson
age through a window. One of the bur
glars made his appearance in the bedroom
where Mr. Wilson and wife were sleeping,
and making a slight noise in rummaging
through a stand hear the head of tlie bed,
awakened the occupants. Mr. Wilson rose
up in bed, whilst Mrs. Wilson gave a plerc.
ing shriek that startled tlie burglar aud
erased him to decamp Instanter ; but he re
turned I most instantly, and presenting a
revolver threatened instant death if any
disturbance was made. Tlie burglar was a
desperate looking rascal, aud not knowing
how many burglars there were In the
house, Mr. W. thought best to keep quiet.
The burglars ransacked Friendley's resi
dence, near the parsonage, the same night,
but didn't succeed in getting anything val
uable beyond a good supper. They visited
trie residence ot Dr. Nicklin, just across
the street, where they secured a watch and
a $20 greenback. Nine residences, in all,
were visited on the night in question, but
the amount obtained won't make million
aires ot them. At last accounts no arrests
bad been made. When burglars get to
robbing parsons, we may look out for our
churches and gi a veyards. If those rascals
are making their way down the valley we
hpe some one will set the whole kit and
bilin' up in the lead mine business.
Nkw Firm. Sim Miller has bong-tit "e Wng
011 and Smithshop heretofore occupied by
Peters & Speidel, together with the material
and unfinished work, and is now prepared to
furnish anvthing in his line, consisting of
Carriages, lluggics, Lumber Wagons, Hacks,
Ac, and general smithing neatly and with dis
patch. I employ none but the best of mechan
ics, and insure satisfaction. All work war
ranted. I think I can make It an object for
vou to buy of me, in price, style and durability
of work. I use the best of material, hickory
and oak, from the Eastern States. Call and er
amine for yourselves ; all I want Is a fair trial.
I have had several years of experience on this
coast, and with the knowledge thus gained, bin
certain I can pknse yon. I guarantee to sell tor
cash as low as ran be bought in this city. A
large lot of lumber wagons, side and end spring
carriages and hacks on hand. Patronize home
manufiietory do not send your money off out
of the country. Aet the part of wise men, and
build up your own State, and you will prosper
HAVING purchased the entire interest of U.
Collar in the late firm of Graf Collar, in
the furniture business, takes this opportunity
to return his thanks to the citizens of Albany
and vicinity who have so generously patron
ized him in the past, and respectfully ask a
continuance of the same. fj"AU kinds of fur
niture kept on hand and manufactured to order
at lowest rates. i'RD GRAF.
AllMiny, Nov. 14-v8nS
Boll & Parker,
(Successors to E. C. Hill A Son)
T Juve removed their stock
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Cigars &, Tobacco,
To Froman's Hew Brick Block,
North side of First, between Washington and
crry streets, wncre inev win Keep a
Large and Fall Assortment of -Goods
In their line, ordered direct from
San Francisco' and. the East,
and feel confident in the assertion that they
can perfectly satisfy all who call upon them.
uotn as to
QUALITY AXD PRICE OF OOOIM.
Call at our new store and be convinced of the
truth of the above statements.
Particular attention will be given to the com
pounding or pnysician's prefccriptioiisana ram
Fly recipes, at all hours of the dayw night.
A. H. BFXL PARKaTH,
Successors to R. C. Hill Son.
Alban 3-, October 20, 73-n6tf
Jixst Received !
A UBUE NTW'K OF
OF ETEBI STYLE & MAKE rj
WHICH WILL BE SOLD f3
1 will also pat Tns q
Highest Blarket Price,
. in exchange, lor all kinds of f)
Merchantable Produces 8
J. FLEIECKKEE. . -
PURITY ! ACCURACY
Pure and Fresh
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
IKl'MMM AND NIIOVLDER BRAVES.
tj. i 2t xj o i. s :
fmr Solely Medical f son.
School Books, Stationery,
Cigars and Tobacco.
C3T Prescriptions carefully filled. . 31 v"
Silver & Plated Ware,
AGENTS FOlt TUB
The Best 9faeliine Made.
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Slanafactares Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Machin
ery, .WOOD WORKING
And all ktnets of
IKON AND IS ANN CANTIXUN.
Particnlar attention paid to repairing nil
kinds of machinery. lv3
BROOM FACTORY !
W. D. B ELDI NG,
WHO MANUFACTURE! TIIK FIRST
good Broom ever made in Albany,
has returned from California, and located
permanently in this city, where he 1ms
aaiii commenced the manufacture of ull
Brooms, Brushes, Wisps,
c at hi tiu-torv on First street, at John
Metzler'a old stand, east of Maptnolia Mills,
where lie invites thoe wishing a Hrst class
broom to call and secure it of him.
"V. I. JKULDLNU.
Albany, Oct. 16, IS v7
Groceries & , Provisions,
HAS JUST OPKNED HIS NEW GROCER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with a fresh stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Cnnd ies, Cisars, To
bacco, Ac, to which he invites the atten
tion of our citizens.
In connection -with the store he will keep
a Bakery, and will always have om hand a
full supply of fresh bread, crackers, 4c.
ST Call and sec me.
."-''"'. HHEBirF'S SAMS.
NOTICE is hereby jriven, that by viitne of a
writ of execution issued out of the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for the county of
Linn.in favor of J. K. Cooper, and against V. R.
Fuller, dated tho 15th day of September, 1875,
I have levied upon, and will, on
Friday, the 6th day of November, 1875,
at theeourt house door in said eountv, at the
hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of aaUX clay
offer for sale at public auction, all the rhrhr,
title, interest and estate of the said V. H. Fniler,
in aud to the following described real property,
situated in said county of Linn, to wit : Begin
ing at a point in the middle ot the county road
leading; from Brownsville to Sweet Home valley,
twenty chains east, of the east line of the dona
tion land claim of Robert Glass and wife, run
ning thence east three cliains and elKhty-one
links to the Calapooia Creek, thenee down ti.o
middle of the said creek to a point north of t he
place ot beginning, thence south sixteen chains,
more or leas, to the place of beginning, contain
ing forty acres, mow or less..
Terms of sale Cash in hand, gold coin, on
day of sale. ........
JJatedOct,6tb, 1S75-v8h3 .
. Sheriff of Linn County, Ogn.
FABM FOB BEXT.
A8MaLl FARM FOR RENT, IN BENTON
. . county, about IH miles from this city, on
which there is a dwelling and all the necessary
outbuildings. For terms, c rail at the store
0-... , . K. CHEADLE.
Albny, Oct. 3jS7j-3vgtf
DErosrrs keceived subject to
check at sight.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
ai1 New York, for sale at lowest rates,
t'olleetions made and promptly remitted.
Itefers to II. W. Corbett, Henry Fulling,
W. 8. Ladd. ...
Banking hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Fob. 1, 1871-Mva
.!. W. UAL.MMVIX,
Attorney nnd Counselor at Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE Courts
in tho 2d, Sd and 4t h Judicial Districts-
tn tho Supreme Court of Oregon,
and in Uie U. S. District and Circuit Courts.
Office In Parrlsh brick, (upstairs), in
nfllce occupied by the late N. H. Cranor,
First street, Albany, Oregon. toi5vP
. II. BICE, J. .
Surgeon A. Flijulelan.
OFFICE Kit st street, between Ferry
and Washington. ResIdknck -Third,
street, two blocks below or east of Metho
jsip Church, Albany, Oregon. v5n4C
DR. OTEO. W. GRAY, .
DEN T I S T ,
OFFICE IN PARRISn BRICK BLOCK,
corner First and Ferry streets. Resi
denceCorner Fifth and erry streets.
Oflice hours from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m., and
1 to 5 o'clock p. in. 18v4
THE BAY TE.S-5I STII.Ii 1TOS,
AND IS FLOURISHING LIKE A OREKX
bav tree. Thankful for pist favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance ot
the same, the BAY TEAM will always be
rcadv, and eaiily fonnd, to do any hauling
within the citv limits, for a reasonable
eomiiensntion. rtlvery ortooA
a Specialty. A. N. ARNOLD.
Albany Book Store.
DE LER IN MISCELLANKOUSBOOKS,
School Books, Blank Books, Stationery
Fanev Articles, e.
Books imported to order, at shortest i09
slble notice. v5n30
II. 3. BOUCHTO-V, W. D.,
"l'nAtTATE F TIIE I'SIVERSITT
KT Medical Ckllege ot" New York, kite
member of Bellevieu IIipital Medical Col
lege, New York. OFFICE In A. Carothers
& Co.'s drug store, Albany, Oregon.
W. C. TWEEDALfi,
Tobacco, flgnrs, C'irtlery Crork
cry, nnd Wood & Willow Wart,
&&-Catl and see him. . 84r5
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
tHKMH'ALS, OILS, I'AIXTS, 1VI
I..VV, LAMPS, ETC.,
All the popular
PATE XT MEDICINES,
FIN E CUTLERY, CIGARS, TORACCO,
Particular care and promptness given
Physicians' prescriptions and Family Rec
,1K'3 A. CAROTHERS & CO.
Can be liad at the following places :
Harrisbnrsr .........Sam. May
Junction City Smith Hrastlelrt
Brownsville Kirk & Hume
Halscy J. M. Morgan
Seio J. J- Blown
'Albany raf & Colli r
A full snpplv can also 1x3 obtained at my
old shop on First street, Albany, Oregon.
J. M. METZIJi:U.
A. W. GAMBLE, M. D.,
laliysituaii, Sui'seon, etc.
ivriGK-yii First street, over Woecra
V f grocer' storo. Icksiiki-c-e Oppotuto
late ixtsidonce of John C Mendenhall, near
the Foundrv. First st jc Albany. . -
WHY SAY' THIS DAMAGING AND
tmnblesomo eOmlnint cannot lc
numd, wlicn so many evidences of sucees
mtgnt ie piaeeu neiore yon every ay
euivs of snpposert hoieless eases? Y'onr
physician informs yon that the longeryou
m11iw the comnlaiut to exist, vou lessen
yonr chances for . relief. Experience hut
(iiifniuiu in mi nurs.
A. Carothers A Co.'s Pile Pills nnrt
arc all they art: reeommended to lie. Will
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles in
a very short t ime, and arc cmtveninit to w.
Tliirf vti-eim.ritLiou is sent bv mail or ex
press to nnypoint within the United States
at ail nil Hill KILIflTi
Box 33, Alliany, Oregon.
The Eugene lircuien are making ar
rangements for a grand ball at Lime's
llaff on Clii'istiuag eve.
rjxjlB CELEBRATED W. A. WOfO'S
REAPERS & MOWERS.
: Halaie'M Headviw, (Wood's Improves.)
'oojHlllarra Indiana Farm Wagon.
The Bussel and Vlbrslor TbreaherS,
(best machines on the coast.
- Ktateantnn Fovcefced Drill. -NfajP.Plowa,
and other mackinos ';:
via., wn-. ...n .w , hie, WUflU UUVU1U
elstiwhere, at my Blacksmith Shop, corner Sec-
-..l...nl rilwnMh St. All...n- . V .
v. . IKilMi WOOO.
"As soon as a humorous iwasrraplust
turns up on a Chicago paper loo receives
a nattenui; oner to come to New York
and edit a bank-note reporter or a cook
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY TO INFORM
.his ri-iends and the public generally, that
he is now settled in his
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
on the old stand next door to P.C. Harper & Co.,
where can be found as great an assortment and
ns large a stock of .
Stoves and Ranges
ns can be found in any one house tills side of
Portland, and at as
LOW 1 A. PRICE.
Pumps cto Pipes,
f?utlroii, Brass Jk Enameled
in great variety. Also,
alwnvs on hand, and made to order, AT LIV
Albany. October 32, 187A-5V8 '"
Here's the Place !
S. H. Clauo-btoxi
Has received and is offering for sale a well selee-
teti hock oi
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
Which he is determined to sell
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
....... . . for -.
Cash , or MerchantaWe Produce
I'least: give me a culL and examine
Goods and Prices,
N. II. t LAlCIHTOJi.
Lebanon, Or. ' Ijv'
TOE BEST f IV HIE
Warranted to tjivc Satlsfuclion.
Call at the Drug Store of
First street, Alliauy, Oregon, nnd see Testimo
nials wiin regaru io me
Sold bv the trillion only. It is pnt np ready for
use in cans of M , 1 and 5 gallons ; also in 5 gallon
wooden iuils and barrels. Call and see it.
PIIOMPT Delivery, at Living
HAVING bought out tlie dolivsry business ol
Mr. l.ewis Stimson. I beir leave to announce to
t lie viUEens and business men of Albany, that
; have on the streets an express and job wagon
and will be happy to serve all who may givo
mc a can.
All orders will oe promptly attenuea to nr
Orders may be left at the orng More or Ben -
Ayer's Cherry IeetoraI,
For IMsense- or tbe Throat and 7Lnn,
siteh ih otiglin, lulila, nooplug .
loagti, llronehltta Asthmas and
1'ouKiiiuptli.n. . '
Tlie few comimsi
tions, which have won
tlie confidence of man
kind and become
among not only one
om many natHniK,
must have extraordi
nary v Utues. Perhaps
noone ever ' seen red
so wide a reparation,
or maintained it so
long - as Aykk's
has lieen known to the
nubile for about fortv
years, bv a long continued scries of marvellous
cures, that have won for it n confidence In its
virtues, never caitaiieu oy any outer nieuicuie..
Itstlll makes the most etliwttial crires of
Ouiwlm. CiidK. CowtumiilUm, that can be made
by liiedicnl skill. Indeed theCHKKBY Pmtoiui.
hiis really i-obijcd these dangerous diseases of
their terrors, to a great extent, and given a
feeling of Immunity from their fatul effects,
that is well founded, if the remedy be taken in
seasoYi. Kvery family should have it In their
closet for tho ready and piompt rellof of its
members. Sickness, sufferinsr, anil even life is
saved bv this timely protection. The prudent
shonld not neglect it and the wise will not.
Keep it Iiy yon Tor the protoctionit affords by
its timely use in sadden attacks.
PBEFABKD BY . .
Dr. J. C AYKK & lVowAl, MnnT.,
Prfreticitl and Analjtioil Chemists.
f-Sold by all Druggists and Deah-ars in
Medicine. : 8v7y
Aycr'M Malr Vigor,
For Keatorlnar Clrny Hair to Its Statural
VltnlHjr and C'oltrr. . i
' Advanelnsr vears-
sicknesa, eivre, disap.
position, all turn the
hair gray,and either
of them incline it to
shed prematurely. -
AYKBV JUAIK VIU-
oa. bv lontr and ex-
S tensive use, has
fiproven that it, stops
V I he felling 6f the hair
jfV jmmedlalely ; .often
Vrenews the growth.
ivjSi .--',.t..!J ,-estores its colof.
when- faded or icrnv. " It stimulates tlie nu
tritive organs to healty activity, and nre-
wrvps w it i ue iiair bi iva oeanry. 1 mis
brushy, -weak or slektv bair Tiennines srlnslK-.
pliable and strengthened ; lost hair, regrowx
with lively expression- falling hair Is checked
and stabiished ; thin - bulr thickens ; and tuditl
or gray hair resumctheir original color. Its
oneratlon is aureand harmliwui. It enrwa rinn.
draff, heals all linmors. and keeps the scalp
cool, clean and soft under which conditions.
disease of the scalp are- Impossible.
Asa dressing for ladies' hair, tlie Vigor U
iraiwi nw iih irmieiui ana ngreeanie per
fume, and valued for tho soft lustreand rich
ness of tone it imparts.
Ir. a. C. AVF.R c t Iwll, Mjmm.,
i-iwuuu iiu abiuvimiu unemuiH.
fEJf-SoJd by all Druggists and Dealers in
IONT.-A Note given in April, 187 by Jas.
j aud John nurres, in tavor or Samuel Alt
house, for the sum of 508. I hereby warn all
persons not to purchase said note, and James
and John Buri-es from PynPgl'Aaj.yiorj.Kr
Albany, Or., Xov. S, ISJi.
POST UFFM'i; lUXdlMTKR.
From Railrotid (noi'tli' and' south doily
at 11.10 p. M.
From Corvallis, dally, at 10.30 A. r.
From Lclxmon. tri-weekly, (MQiiday,1
Wednesday ahd Fi Ulay) at lu.30 A. tut.
MAIlS DKPAKT i
For Ralli-oaU (noilhaVid iti), dally,"
close prompt at 11. 10A. tf. . .
For Coi-vullis. dailv, lit 12.50 P. M." ;
For Lebanon. trl-Weekly, (Mbhday, o ed
nesday and Friday) at a p. M.
Ageiitn for tbe Register. -
Ttin fttllndii n'r nnmKd irsntlemdn lireaVtllOr-'
iKel to receive and .l-eocipt for subscriptions
to the Rpxhster in the localities mentioned :
Messrs. Kirk & Hume ...Brownsville.
Robert Gluss urawiorosviue.
W. P. Smith Halsey.
O. P. Tompkins Hurrisbuig.
S. II. Claughton ....Leoanon.
A. wnwiersu) ...ohc.u.
Messrs. Smith & Brasfleld Junction City.'
J. B. Irvine 8cio.-
Thos. H. Reynolds. Sh lcin .:
W. WaterUouso Monmoutii.
UiT If you want to buy ilie latest' style"
of lady's Rubber Boots, go to Jakte Flelsfli-",
tier's, ou First arid Broadalbiiv streets. 6tf
E.-Cash lia for Egg, at J. Flelseh-'
ner's, corner of First ai tl Broadtilbliv
streets. ' 6tf
Paint. A. Carothers & Co. are sell-'
lug lhrgequantities of the Averill Cliemlcal"
Paint, and it se'citis tb give the best of sntls
factiou. The Toadies Aid Society will give a Fair,
we learn alwut Christmas. The time' ahd'
place will be duly given to the public.
A country girl near UUca mistoolc
the meaning" ot a young man who was
looking np pickers lor his lather's hop'
yard, and when asked if she wasengag-"
ed, sweetly raid':- "Not yet', but' always"
thought it would lie pleasant." The).'
yonng man rode home quickly, and1
dreamed all night of "breach ot promise
Snitkins staked his all" oh the result!
of a game of euchre the other night, and
lost. Throwing down the cards, peev
ishly, lie broke forth in tlie following
pathetic strain : Twas'ever' thus iif
childhood's hour. I've seen my fondest?
hopes take flighted everv time I play,
ed the left bower, some one took it with1
It n furtly Vtntail Prefaratioii, ctmfiescd
f Cal.say. Bark. AW, Her it and J-rutts,
Utey Prunes nd Jumper "&mrna.,frttervd in
m iHjftcitnt quantity oftht tfirit Su
gar J. aoe to r im any climate. They invu
riaMy relieve 4ntf cure the following cant
flaiutt: DytMtia, Jaundice, Liver Com
fiatntt, Lett a Ajf elite. Headache, Bilieut
Attackt, Fever and Ague, Summer Camaintt,
Snur Stomach, Palpitation of the Heart, (?enT '
crttf Detilit'y, etc. They are especially adap
ted at a remedy or the diteatct to which.
are tnijected, and am d tonic or the Aged,
Feetle and Debilitated, hat no equal. They art
t(rict(y intended at a Jemperance Tonic or Bit
ter, to it utedatd medicine only, and aljoayt
according ta dfrectionc.
Solo by All First-ci.ass Drlggists.
if Gfm worth Reading !- A Dind worth Seeing-'
SAVE YOUR EYES!
. Bestore your Eight 1 v
nROTir iTAI row SPECTACLES. t
trecl PlfrslOLOOV 4
AID ABTATOSIY , e- 4
hmrtaRMtu'a Impair- V ?- ,
ed VUion Ml Or.rw.rk"! toyMj h w
to eisre Weak, Wtery, l
NearSlshtct Eye, svnd U other Jjia
HVGK GLAs'liS V?f TOC S FOSB AMD bl
FiGVRiso rovn facb. r-mphUt o
paata Hailed Vcc Scud yowraddresa
to las aLao. .
()ntm or Ijullra. Si a $10 a Snj carl4.
Fall atsrttcalars scat Iren. II rits Imisinfiiiilr,
to DR. J. BALL & CO., (p. o. e wij
tic 01 tifctrty tit, Hew York City, , X. "
Onicc hours from 7!i A. M. to Ti r. M.
Sunday, from 12 M. to Jen. ,.
Mtmby ol-derofUeeliot's-Hfroto 9 A,. My
OKU. P. it SAYMOKO.-P. M,