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that is the amount of postage per annum
which ire are required to pay. on. each paper
malted by us. "
FRIDAY........ NOVEMBER 19, 1875.
LArots Ato Society Gbaxi Tiiasks-
mvlwa FAULThc T-atUeV Akl Society of
this city propose givliig a grand fair-festival
oiTliurlay evening next, November 25tb,
at the PcJ8c Opera Houe. . There will be
music ami flowers, ice cream and --cakes,
candy and uuU and In fact everything
will be done to make the affair pleasant to
all who attend and profitable to the Society
The money secured by the fairs given by
the Society, as all know, is used in allevi
ating want and suffering wherever found
in our midst, and this fact alone should in
duce the general attendance of our citizens.
both oM and young. Jet everybody be
there, and while enjoying tlie evening,
swell the receipts ot the Society.
Boreas ok a Tear. A small hurricane
visited this part of the country Tuesday
afternoon, blowing a pretty stiff breeze
during the afternoon and until lutein the
'' night. The first blast was probably the
heaviest, and it lifted the tin roof from the
briclf building occupied by Messrs. Clark &
Wyatt; .tnd flung it into the street. Wm
Gird's cloth side awning was torn into
ehreds in a jiffy, signs were blown down,
houses were rocked to and fro by the
strength of the blasts, and lor a few mo
ments a good many people field their
breath and asked "what next ?"
Coxcrarr ani Ice Cream Festival.
Tlie Erode! plitau Society gives a concert
and ice cream festival at tlie College, next
Monday evening, November 22d, to which
an im itation is extended to all our citi
zens. Ticket? 25c ice cream extra. The
entertainments given by this Society have
always proven very interesting, and we
are satisfied the coining concert will prove
no exception to tlie general role. Those
of our folks who wish to see and be seen
and enjoy a pleasant evening, all tor the
small outlay of 2oc shonld be on hand ear
ly in the evening, if they wish to secure
good seats. ,
CHRijTMAS is CosttXG And friend Fo-
shay is getting ready to entertain and
please tlie young as well as the more
mature in years, with a display of Christ
tna3 goods calculated to fit tlie desires and
wants of each. He has ordered a splendid
stock of books, annuals, albums and scores
- of other nice icters suitable for Christmas
and Xew Years presents, which will soon
be open for inspection at the Post Office
Book and Drog Store. Save up your spare
coin for some of Foslmy's novelties.
New Millinery Stoke. Mrs. D
Stevens lias cpened a millinery store in
FromaiTs new brick (up stairs), where she
has a fine display of bonnets, hats and mil
llnery goods in general. Mrs. Steveas has
large experience in tlie business, and being
possessed of good judgment and most ex
cellent taste, will not fail to give the fullest
satisfaction to the ladies of this city and vi
clnity who patronize iter, can ami see ner,
The 1 aii.ro ai to be Completed to
Jcnction. Ben JJollady asserts that there
is not now nor has there been any negotia
tlons entered into for the sale ot either the
O. cfc C. or Oregon Central railroads. He
asserts, on tlie contrary, that arrangements
have about been completed looking to the
early completion of the Westside road to
Junction City. This latter is good news,
and we bone will be realized at an early
Xew Patents. Through dispa tabes to
Dewey fc Co., Patent Agents, S. F., we
received the following advance list of TJ. S.
Patents granted to Pacific Coast inventors,
viz : II. P. Garland, S. sewing ma
chine for sewing bags, etc ; H. Sea, S. F.,
brick machine; A. S. Wadleigh, S. F.,
socket coupling ; B. Wailman, S. F., pad
lock ; S. P. Randolph, Teliama, Cal., reis
sue, cutter head; Consolidated Tobacco
Company, S. F., trademark for cigars;
, "Lee Ping and Pou Jib, S. F., trademark
for teas. ' - ' :'
Additional Mail Service. Petitions
were in circulation the forepart of the week
iu this city, asking for additional mall
service, oh -the Oregon & California rail
way, between this city and Portland, said
mall to be carried by the "Albany Express"
train. Two malls a day wonld be qnlte an
accommodation to the people along the line
ot the roadj, and heed not necessarily cost
the Government' a very large sum. If
such service can be secured, at a reasonable
expense, we are In favor of scouring it at
MAiraiHK On. Sunday last Mr. Star
Mealey was 'united in marriage to Miss
Emma Settle. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. .S. S. Vandersol, at the
residence of the bride's father, Uncle Jackey
Settle, In Lebanon. In tlie afternoon, the
newly wedded, accompanied by Rev. Mr.
Vandersol, returned to this city, their
t utore residence. It was a stormy day, and
the roads were fearfully muddy. Just be
fore reaching the city a partial break-down
occurred to the vehicle, which was fixed np
by some of tbo parties getting their cloth
ing somewhat soiled. Mr. and Mrs. Mealey
have the best wishes of a large circle of
friends for a long life of happiness and use
fullness. ... . 1 o
Skttjght GOne In. The high winds,
the other day, caused the sky-light on Fro
man's new brick to cave in." The sky-light
was a large one, and was built for Mr.
Paxteu4 picture gallery, . -
In the Last Drrcn. A young and
handsome friend of ours, accompanied by
an est imable young lady, last Sunday night,
started to attend services at one of the
churcltes ot our city. They got along very
nicely through the mud until they came to
a ditch crossing, when the young lady
made a misstep and plunged Into the
ditch. Ot course our gallant friend jump
ed in after his lady companion, determined
to rescue her at the risk of taking cold
and getting his fine harness soiled. Both
succeeded in regaining the sidewalk, but
neither were in suitable plight to attend
church, and tliey formed a somewhat mel
ancholy procession as they solemnly re
Thanksgiving Dinner at Shedd.
There will be a public thanksgiving dinner
at Shedd, Linn county, on Thursday, No
vember 25th, for tlie purpose of raising
funds to complete the M. E. Church at tlmt
place, and to pay tlie parsonage debt. The
pastor, Kev. Mr. Doane, has Invited Kev.
Mr. Strat.'on, of this city, to be present if
possible, and deliver an address on the oc
casion. A good time may be expected, as
the good people of Shedd never fad in en
terprises of this kind. All wftliin reach are
cordially invited to be present, to" aid and
participate. An admission fee of 50c, chil
dren 25c, will be . charged. The commit
tees appointed are as follows : Committee
of Arrangements Mrs. N. Doane, Mrs.
AVm. Powers, Mrs. C. P. Hogue, Mrs. W.
L. Wade, and Messrs. D. P. Porter, F. M.
Kinehartand W. II. Gaston. Committee
on Refreshments Miss Minnie Porter.Miss
Ina Rankin, Miss Maria A. Thompson.
Committee on Music AV. H. Gastou.
More Damage. The high winds of
Tuesday damaged a number ot unfini.-slied
houses in various portions of the city. A
fine residence in the course of erection In
the eastern suburbs, near Hackleinan's
grove, belonging to Mr. Clark, va3 blown
over. We were unable to ascertain the
amount of damages sustained. The hand
some dwelling in tlie course of erection by
Mr. George Patterson, near Prof. Warren's,
was moved from its foundations and con
siderably racked. Another dwelling in tlie
vicinity of the College, sided up, but upon
which the roof hud not been placed, was
taken from Its pins almost In the twliikllu'
of an eye. A number of other buildings
were shaken up pretty lively, but no great
damage reported. It was the liveliest little
zephyr we remember to have ever seen in
LINT OF LETTER
Remaining in the Albany Post Office ou
Nov. 18, 1875. Persons calling for tliese
letters must give the date on which they
Anderson. J C
Denney. J A
Gross, Nancy E
Gourley. II ugh
Howe, Feank L 4
Johnson, A G
Jackson. Martin L
Jones, Miss E
Leggett; R H
Prleiderer. C C
Parsons J D
Pool. Mrs Martlia
Roberts Win G
Runnels Hiram B
Smltli, J W
York. DJIj 2
New Firm. Snm Miller has bought the Wils
on and Smithshop heretofore occupied by
Peters A Sneidel, together with the nmtcriiil
end unfinished work, and Is now prepared to
furnish anything; in his line, consisting of
ferriages. Buggies. Lumber Wagons, Hacks.
Ac., and general smithing neatly and with dis
patch. I employ none but. the best of mecban
Jcs, and insure satisfaction. All work wiir
ranted. I think I can make It an object for
you to buy of me. In price, style and dnrubilit v
of work. I use the Ixwt of material, hlckorv
and oak, from the Eastern States. Call and e
amine for yourselves ; all I want is a fitir trim.
I have had several years of experience on this
coast, and with the knowledge thus gained, r.in
certain I can please yon. I guarantee to sell lor
cash as low as can be bought, in thiscitv. A
large lot of lnmlier wagons, side and end spring
carriages and hacks on hand. Patronize home
manufactory do not send your money off out
of the country. Act the part of wise men. and
build up your own State, and you will prosper
Acquitted. The trial of Mr. John H.
Burkhart, charged with taking $1,000, be
longing to Sheriff Rice, from the lire-proof
vault in the County Clerk's office, which
commenced on Monday, was concluded on
Wednesday and given to the jury about 4
P. M. Alter an absence of a very few min
utes the jury returned with a verdict of
"not guilty." Thereupon the case of J.
G. Evans, arraigned in the same indict
ment, was dismissed. We congratulate
tlie boys ou their honorable acquittal.
During tlie late "inflation" a tree was
blown on to or so near Pearce's ferryboat,
at the foot of Ellsworth street, that the
boat was half filled with water, nearly
swamping it. A number of trees were
blown down on the Corvallis road, but so
far we bear of no person receiving any in
,. Ciiromos. Mr E. B. Purdom has re
ceived, at his picture gallery on First street,
a lot of the liandsomest chromos we have
had the pleasure of examining. Mr. Pur
dom lias as handsome pictures and picture
frames as can be obtained anywhere, at rea
sonable figures. Go and see those hand
Who Wants to But? That elegant
little farm, known as the Phelps farm,
about seven miles from this city, contain
ing ISO acres, is offered for sael cheap, on
tlie roost accommodating terms. For par
ticMlars enquire of Bart. Allen, at Ilalsey.
Committed. Watkins, who did the reck
less shooting in the Court room at Salem,
had a preliminary examination on Tues
day, resulting In his being bound over in
$1,000 to answer. Failing to raise tlie se
curity, he was remanded to jail.
,. Damn Swept Awat. The damn be
longing to Messrs. Smith Jk Briggs, near
Harrisburg, was swept away by tlie recent
high water. The loss will probably foot
up about $1,000.
Detained A slide In the road at or
near Comstock's, detained tlie northern
train on Monday four or five hours.
Snow. A slight snow storm occurred
on Tuesday mpming.
Lumber continues scarce.
Thanksgiving next Thursday.
Read the new ads. in this issue.
Tlie Calipoola river lias been bank full
for several days.
Wheat fell, on Tuesday, in this market,
five cents per busltel from 85c to 80c.
Freight south, over tlie O. & C. Railroad,
is now but $5 per ton to this city.
The "blow"' on Tuesday was destructive
to signs, sky-lights and fences.
Alex. Purdom and Geo. Mealey started
for their mountain home yesterday.
Mr. Foshay talks of making a business
trip to San Francisco before Christmas.
For Christmas goods in great variety, go
to the celebrated Dollar Store.
Remember the exibttion at the Central
District Schoolhouse Ihis afternoon.
Go in and ask Titus Bros, about those
new fashioned "jew'ls."
George Settlemelr is about again after a
two weeks rassle with neuralgia.""'
Circuit Court quit this week, liavlng clear
ed the Jocket of all cases ready for trial.
Tlie cool weather of Tuesday caused the
Willamette to fall two feet during the
We had tlie pleasure of shaking hands
with our old friend, Capt. Smith, of Oregon
City, on Wednesday.
Work on both the Episcopal and Evan
gelical churches hindered because ol the
lack of lumber.
Please remember the lair of the Ladles'
Aid Society next Thursday night, and all
Hon. AV. R. Dunbar delivered an excel
lent lecture at Good Templars hall on
Mrs. Clement, of Sweet Home, arrived In
this city on Monday, ou a visit, looking iu
Parties trom Sweet Home will soon open
a placer claim about twelve miles above
the Greenhorn, on the Santiam river.
If yon smoke, of course you want a good
cigar Drop in at Bell & Parker's and try
those splendid Havannas.
The greatest velocity ot the wind last
Friday night was computed to be twenty
Let all our moneyed men take stock in
the woolen mill enterprise it's just what
we want, to build np our city.
High water damaged the trestle-work 011
the O. & C. Railway, near the Harrisburg
bridge, on Wednesday. ..
The trial of J. H. Burkhart, charged
with larceny, occupied the attention of the
Circuit Court the front part ot the week.
Grand Worthy Chief, Dunbar, called at
our sanctum -on Tuesday. Bro. Dunbar Is
doing a mighty service in the temperance
Hat chaseing was Indulged In freely 011
Tuesday afternoon, some of our oldest and
most staid citizens joining In the exciting
Last evening Pearce's ferryboat levanted
down the river, having broken from its fas
tenings. At last accounts it was floating
grand iy on.
Those magnificent jeA-elry sets, rings and
ladles' gold watches, gold neck chains, etc..
at Titus Bros.i are just the things for
Christmas presents. .
Drop in at S. E. Young's and examine
one of the bet assortments In the dry goods
line any wheie. Sam also keeps a full stock
ot groceries, Crockery ware, etc.
Stamping, for braiding and embroidery,
done at this office, at short notice, and at as
high rates as anybody. A new lot of
stamps on hand. J
A small child had just passed under Jake
Fleischner's sign, when 1 the wind blew It
down, the falling sign missing the child's
head but a very little.
The high winds of Tuesday shook the
building on the corner of First and Broad-
albin streets to such an extent that Jake
Fleischner was at one time consiberably
alarmed tor its saiety. ,
POSTPOXED The M. E. S. S. Concert
has been postponed one week. - Next Fri
day evening is the time. Rehearsals and
active preparations are going on to make
it a success.
Wc learn that Messrs. Barrows & Wake
field, in the coal business at San Francisco,
have sold out, Ed. Palmer, formerly clerk
for Pa n-ish & Mendenhall, in this city,
purchasing one of their coal yards.
. . .
We hear from every direction that the
roads are terrible in some places almost
swimming, in others vehicles go to the
axle in mud without any load. And still
TnANKSGIVTNG UNION SERVICE. All
the churches of the city will unite in a
thanksgiving service on Thursday next, at
St. Panl's M. E. Church South. The ser
mon, at 11 o'clock a.m., will be delivered
by Rev. S. S. Vandersol. AH are invited.
Good Story. Sweet Homers tell us of
a country stlll'turther up in the mountains
where the mule deer ranges tlie fastnesses
in bands of from twenty to two hundred
strong. Couldn't you make it an even
thousand 9 what's a few deer among so
Funeral. The corpse of the late J. B.
Sprenger, formely a resident of this city,
arrived here on Tuesday, when it was taken
chai-geofby the Masonic fraternity, and
tlie rites of burial performed. Mr. Sprang,
er died at his brother-ln-laws's at or near
Hubbard, Marion .county, of consumption.
A Foolish Assertion. A few day?
ago tlie Call of this city asserted that its
editor had consulted with steamboat cap-'
tains on the river, who told, hiua that the
Government Snag Puller hadn't removed
to exceed a half dozen snags during the
season; that tlie work had been merely
run over, the persons in charge .having had
a jolly good time, drawing their pay with
great regularity during tlie time. .-That' In
tills manner had the $25,000 appropriated
by Government for the improvement of the
Wilkimette been expended evry dollar
gone and no work done. After consulting
several steamboat captains we find that not
one of them ever gave tiny such informa
tion. - Upon further investigation, we find
that $1(5,000 of the . appropriation was
set aside for building wing-dams, and could
not have been gobbled up by tbetrfficers in
.charge of the Snag Puller, even had they
been so 'inclined. We alse.have it from the
best of authority, that the Snag Puller has
taken out over seventeen hundred snags
during the season thus far, besides blasting
the rock3 from Humphrey's "rapids, and
cleaning out Union Bar and fenr other large
sloughs, so that boat3 can run up- or down
them at the lowest stage of water, and a
large amount of other work which wc have
not time -nor space to enumera, .Tlie of
ficers of the Snag Puller liave received high
commendation for the large amount ot
honest work per formed by them during the
season, and never a Word ot censure from
any one acquainted with the: work dontyor
is competent to judge of its value to navi
gation. We might further add that, it the
General Government always favors jus with
as competent, faithful and honest men as
Gen. Michler at the head of river Improve
ments, and as faithful and competent sub
ordinates as Capt. Geo. G.. Smith to exe
cute his orders, work on our, fivers will be
retarded only by the elements themselves,
or the meagre appropriations made by Con
gress. The city election will soon be here, and
as it is very important that we have the
right kind of men to fill tlie several offices
our citizens should set themselves to: work
selecting men who haye the -qualifications
necessaty to fit them for the high and hon
orable positions. Our city is growing and
rapidly extending her borders requiring
more and more legislation each year at the
hands of tlie members of the City Council.
With the growth of the city increases tlie
demands for greater and more lasting im
provemeuts, among the foremost of which
is the adoption of a thorough system of
drainage. For the health of the city some
system looking to the carrying away and
thoroughly draining our city' of surplus
water is Imperatively demanded. Men of
sound judgment and an honest purpose to
serve the city to the best of their ability
and to the best interests of the city, should
be selected to embellish the City Board.
Men should be selected, too, who are wil
ling as well as qualified to attend to the re
sponsible if. not lucrative. positions. . We
throw out these suggestions for the consid
eration of the honest voter, who wishes to
be well governed, at the same time wishes
the finances of tlie city handled as econom
ically as the have in the past.
We take it back. We said last week
that Mr. Propt dnrscnt do it again, reler
ring to a present of splendid butter he had
just made. As he had just done the same
thing over again,. only more munificently
than ever, we willingly acknowledge the
cor butter. Bigger hearted ment than J.
W. Propst don't grow in Oregon,
Remembers Us. We are the most tor
ttiuate of newspaper men in the number
and quality of our friends. One of tlie best
women in the world, Mrs.& Ilaight, the'
other day brought us in a winter's supply
ot magnificent cabbage and some ot her ex
cellent butter. May her shadow never
grow less. -
The Champion hitched on "to the Snag
Puller at Buena Vista yesterday, and tow
ed her to the locks at. Oregou City. ... From
there she goes to Portland, where a donkey
engine is to be nut in, with hoisting appa
ratus when the SnagPullerwill be enabled
to do a much greater amount .of work each
season. - - -
Wc have been "bi'owihg"ome little for
Webfoot, in the past twelve-years, but-on
luesday the "element" V?uudertook..-to
"blow" a little on its own hook and It
did it well. : The tenat hurricane "paraliz-
ed" very favorably with some of the East
ern zephyrs'. '
At Home. Ed Freeland and fctmily ar
rived at home in the Ochoco4 country, right
sitie np, and found everythmglovely. The
trip, over the mountain wagon road from
this city, occupied one week, during which
time not a drop of rain fell.Tbe very day
after their arrival a heavy rain storm fell.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Gold In New York, 114'. :. : -
Greenbacks, 8G87. ..
No change to note in the wheat market,
either iu San Francisco or Portland.
The general belief "is that the price of
, wheat will soon - advance in Europe, but
whether shipowners will not demand' a
corresponding advance in freights is a mat
ter that Is puzzling speculators on the future
of trade. ? . '
The depression of prices " elsewhere has
caused a corresponding feeling here, and
our buyers are offering but 80c per . bushel
for wheat, with but little coin to buy with.
No change in general market prices. We
quote butter at 30337 Jle ; eggs 37 .c ; beef
cattle 3c ; mutton $2dci 25 per head ; pork
NOTICE Is hereby given to the voters
ot the city of Albany, in Linn county,
Oregon, that an election will be held at the
Court House in said city, on the First
IHondnir In 'nimhii lev.! fWt
the election ot one Mayor, one Recorder,
one Marshal, one Treasurer and six Coun-
i-imieu, turiqe year isu. l'olls will. De
"i-f iiiuu ciuck in uie morning ami
Closed at Six O'clock in t.hn uTonlnir nf tlinr
dy-. M. A. BAKER,
. ''''"'-. " City Recorder.
Alhuny, Or., Nov. 10, 1875. .
t-&" If you 'want to buy the latest style
of lady's Rubber Boots, go to Jake Fleisch
ner's, on First and Broadalbln streets. Gtf
t" Cash paid for Eggs, at
ner's, corner of First ar.d
Paint. A. Ca rot hers & Co. are sell
ing large quantities of the Averill Chemical
Paint, and it seems to give the best of satis
Small Farm For Sale.
LYlXCi FIVE MILKS EAST OF CORVALLIS,
seven miles from Albanv. containing li0
acres of land, all under fence. On the premises
i a good dwelling house and outbuildings, and
splendid orchard, known as the Phelps farm.
Terms low one-third of purchase money down.
naiance on time. oriurtner particulars en
quire of BART. ALLEN,
Nov. 17-n8ml . Halsey, Oregot. :
0. ft c. R. it. Co., 1
Oen'i, Freight and Pass. Office. $
17 ROM AND AFTER DATE UNTIL FURT1I
. er notice, the rate 011 General Merchandise
South, will bo as follows :
Portland to Albany, 35c per loe lb.
K. P. ROGERS,
- : - - - i. F. & P. Agt.-
Portland, Oregon, Nov. 13, 1873-4w9
. , . -
New millinery Store!
MRS. D. STEVENS,
HAS Just opened, np stairs In Froman's brick
Fashionable Stork of MHIIuery Goods.
Having lind manv years of experience in the
millinery business In the East. Mrs. Stevens be
lieves she can frive the fullest satisfaction to all
who give her their pati-onapre.and would there
fore respectfully solicit aliare of the name.
Also agent for the LITTLE MONITOR sewing
mucbine. the trrandest- achievement of tlie ase.
unapproachable bv any other sewing machine
in (he market. Those intending to purchase a
machine, should not fail to call and see this.
MRS. W. STEVENS.
Albany, Nov. 19-v8n9ml
In the Justices' Court for the Precinct of Al
bany, Linn conntv. Oregon.
P. W. Beclcr, plaintiff, vs. F. C. Logan, de
fendant. To F. C. Logan, defendant above named :
An order having lieen made by me this day.
that, the serv-iee of this siimmonslie made upon
you bv publication in the Albany Reuistkb,
as-cv law required -
In' the name of the State of Oregon: You are
hercbv required to appear before t he undersign
ed, a Justice of the Peace for the precinct afore
8th day of January, 1876,
at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at
the office of said Justice in said Precinct, to an
swer in a civil action thealxwe named plaintiff
who claims to recover of vou the sum of tiOO.00
in V. S. gold coin, with interest thereon in like
gold coin at the rate often per cent, per annum
from the 14th day of November, 1S74, as surety
upon a certain promissory note which this
plaintiff jointly and severally executed with
defendant to one Martin Bailey ' or order, and
for defendant's accommodation, which - note
said plaintiff has leeii compelled to pay and
has paid in full. And also tlie farther sum of
S17.23 with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent, per annum ii-om July latn, lss, unon
a certain promissory note, made by said defend
ant in favor of plainl iff, and now owned and
held by plaintiff, as per complaint 011 flic.
The defendant w ill take not ice that if he fails
to appear and answer the said complaint, the
plaintiff will take judgment against him for the
sum of 230.00 in V. S. gold coin, with interest
thereon In like gold coin from the 14th of No
venilxjr. 1S74. nt the rate of ten per cent, per an
num, also the further sum of S17.25. with inter
est thereon from the 13th day of July, 1S75, at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum, together
with the costs and disbursments of this action
to lie taxed.
Given under my liand this 15th davof Novem
ber, 187s. JOSEPH HANNON,
Nov. 19, 1S75-9t810 Justice of the Peace.
HAVING purchased the entire Interest of G.
Collar in the late firm of Graf ft Collar, in
the furniture business, takes this opjiortunity
to return Ills 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. C"A11 kinds of fur
niture kept on hand and manufactured to order
at lowest rates. FREll GRAF.
Albany, Nov. 12-vSuS
Bell & Parker,
(Successors to R. C. Hill & Son)
JJux removed tlieirstoc
DREGS AND MEDICINES,
Cigars Sc. Tobacco,
To Froman's New Brick Block,
North side of First, between Washington and
r erry sirccis, w acre inev win Keep a
Large aM Full Assortment of Goods
in their line, ordered direct from
Sun Francisco and the East,
and feel confident, in thte assertion that, they
can perfectly -satisfy all who caU upon them,
uutu its I o
Ql'AUTT AS& PRICE OF GOODS.
Call at our new store and be convinced of the
truth or tlie above statements.
Particular attention will be gtven to tlie com'
pounding of physician's prescriptions and filia
lly recipes, at all hours-of the dayor niarht.
Successors to R. C. H11.L, A SON. '
Albany, October 29, '75-n6tf
Tvxst Heceived !
A LARGE STOCK OF
V . " -rf
OF EVEUY STYLE & MAKE jv
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
I WILL; ALSO PAY THE .. - Q
Highest Market. Price, jj
in exchange, tor all kinds of Q
Merclian table Produce. 9
.' - T-
'n ' " J- FLKtSCHXTSR. "
0(!(29v8nS . . -
B A 1ST K J N G
BK POSITS RECEIVED"' siTjJECT TO
check at sight.
Interest allowed on tlriiedepoelts in colife
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
and No w York, for sale at lowest Yates.
Collections made and promptly remitted.
Refers to H. W. Corbett, Henry Failing,
W. S. Lndd.
Ranking hours from 8 A. M. to P. H.
Albany, Feb. 1, U71-22v3
Attorney and Counselor at bw,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE Court
in the 2d, 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts in the Supreme Court of Oregon,
aud in .he U.S. District and Circuit Courts.
Ophce-In 1'arrWi brick, up stairs), in
office occupied by the Jare N. H. Cranor.
First street, Albany, Oregon. to!6v6
D. B. RICE, IK. Vrt -
Surgeon &, Physician.
OFFICE Fit st Street,- between Ferry
and Washington. Residence -Third
street, two blocks below or east of Metho
?sp Church, Albany, Oregon. . -v3n4C
DR. GEO. W. GRAY,
X E TV T I S . T V
OF FICE IN PARRISH BRICK BLOCK,
comer First and Ferry streets. Resi
denceCorner Fifth and Ferry streets.
Office hours from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m;,nd
" 1 to 5 o'clock p. nt. . Mv4
TIMS BAY TEAM SfII.1. "LIVES,
AND IS FLOURISHING IJKE A ORF.KN
bay tree. Thankful for past favors,
and wishing to meril the continuance of
the same, the BAY TEAM will always be
ready, and easily found, to do any hauling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
compensation. fSfM fillverjr of Uool
aKpeelalty. A. N. AKNOLO.
20v5 - Prowrletor.
Albany Book Store.
DEALER IN MISCELLAXEOUSBOOKS,
School Hooks, Blank Books, Statlonery
Fancv Articles, Ae. '
Books Imported to order, at short est pos
sible notice. ' - V5n30
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II. J. BOttillTOX, M.D.,
GRADUATE OF THE XSilVERSITY
Medical College of New York, late
member of Bellevieu- Hospital MedicalCOI
lege. New York. Office In A. Carothers
A Co.s drug store, Albany, Oregon. -
W. C. TWEEDALE,
rKAX.KR IK "
' Groceiies, IPi-ovitsionsi,
Tobacco, 'Ijfnrt4, Cutlery frock-
- ryymd WsotfJrWIIlow Ware, '
. ALBANT, OREQOZr.
'OS" Call and tee him. 24i-3
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
Dealers in . i - - -.
CHEMICALS, OII3, 1'AISiTS, - Dl'KN
UIJLNH, LAMPS, ETC
All the popular " r
FINE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
and Toilet! (jKmmIm.
Particular care and promptness given
l'uysicians prescriptions ana r nmuy nee
A. CAROTHERS A CO. -Albany,
Metxlez Cliais? I
. Can be had at the. follow In gplaCe: '
Harrisburg Snm. Iny
Junction City.. ..Smith Braslield
itiu-itui-nw. . Kirk A flume
Halsey .... . J. L' Morgarf
Albany! .. ; . U mf & Coli-ir
A full snpplv can nlso le obtained nl my
jr. it. eTzu:K.
A. W. GAMBLE, M.. D.,..
Physician, Surgeon, etp.
OFFICE -On First street, over Weed's
grocery store. Resiiientr Opposite
late residence of John C Mendenhiui, near
tlie r ounarv. f irst st ic aiijuut.
. . c - - '- - i.' -
Wn y sa Tins DAivrAGnrtr' and
'troublesome eomnlalnt nmfiit lx
cured, when so many evidences of success
mignt ne piacca oeioro- yon every oav
cures of supposed hopeless cases l our
pnysician in tonus you tnar tnc ongcr voa
allow the coratilalnl to" exist, vou lessen
your chances for rclff. Exivfricnce hat
:. 1-' 'I- -- -' II '
U.yiKUIHIll Ult HUCi. m -
r A. Cnroibers & Co.'n Pile Fills and
are all thoy are reeommrndWl to lie. - Will
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles In
a very short time, and are aimvmiml fa toe.
This Dronaratton Is sent by mall or ex
press to any point within the United States
at i ow H.trpucKare.
Address, A. CAKOTITERS 4 CO.,.,
. S7v3 ' - Box S3, Alliany, Oregon.
Tlie Eugene flremert are makliic ar-
mngemenU for a grand ball at llano's
liaii on cnristrans eve.
IJIIE CELEBRATED W. A. WOC.S
REAPERS Sc MOWEUS.
TIaiae'a Ilcadrrs, (Wood's Improved!) .
Tlio Basset and Vibrator. Tkroakcra,
(heat tnachines on the coast.
RutttmM Forccrcod Dvlll.y
Stwr Flown, and other machines
Cft I, see, and get price and terms before-buying
u.n.n-.t, ni ny oiatuui n n enop, corner cseo
nd and Ellsworth sts., Albany, Oregon.
v . ' FBANKrWOOD.
As soon as a hirmnroua narBirrAnTilat
turn nil on a I Milraorrt ranw V10 mwivM
a flattering offer .to come to New York
anu eon a oanK-note reporter or a cook
JOTIN BRIGGS :
TA KK.fl -THIS. OPPORTUNITY TO -INFORM
his friends and the. public generally, that
lie is now settled in his . , ..
NEW WSTUESi HOUSE)
on the old stand next.doocto P. & Harpor & Co.,
where can be.fourjd as great ap.a-ssortujcut and
as large a stock" or -
ncan le foinVd iriifiny"' one" house- this sido-of '
Portland, and at as. w "
Castlron, Brass i'Enamele-i ..'
" in great variety. Also,' .
Sheet iroRV "'- '."1 '
always on hand, and made to order, AT L1V
INU.;RATi.( r; . . ;.:
Albany, October 22. t875Jv8 ... ;, .
HereV the I Pteee?
S. H- -' : CXa-aQbtoxa-l
Has received and is offering for Bale a well seloc--ted
GENERAL M3CHAN 1
Which lie is determined to sell - -AT
THE LOWi"ST PRICES'
for ' -'
C a s li , or IuMantoeTPrduUce;4:
Please gi ve me a call, and examine
Goods and Prices.
S. II. CIUJUHTON.
Lebanon, Or. : - 137
THE I1EST II' tHE
Warrauled to give Satisfaction.
Call at the TrjtB Store ot
BELL Sc PARKER
First street,' Albarty,Oregon. and st-e Testimo' '"
niats witii regum to tuu .. , ..
: ana: - '
r'.., , Durability
rrOF Till! - . " .
RUBBER PAINT, ;
Soul bv tlie srnllon onl v. It is rmt no ready for
use in cans of k , 1 and S gallons ; also In 6 gallon'
woouen pnus aim iurrei. LHuiiuttOTiu .
PROMPT Dellverj j at' IJTlne
Rates. , ,
HAVING ' bouarht out the dell vsry business ol,
Mr. Lewis Stlmson.T bea leave to announce tot
t he citizen and business men of Albany, that
I liave on the street an express and Job wagon
and wrfceliBfroy to-serve all whd"niay gl 6
me a cau. . .. . - -, . - ..
-All orders will be promptly attended to at
reasonable rates, . . ; . ' "'
Orders may be left at the Drag Store of Bell A
" . Ajrer" Cherry Pectoral,
For Utoeaaei of tbc Throat and liniumv"
Mrh mm Wiglia, ,UI4, tMuooptBiic'
t'soRbi nrwpcblila AvthnBax and .
ioumimpU. u. .
The-' few corn posi
tions, which have worn, -the
confidence of Iriara
kind- and hsts
liousehoid word K.
.among not only one.
out,, ' many nations,,
must have oxtraordi-
J2S nary virtues. Perhap
""tioone emir secured
"LVs " L tao. wide "n repntation, i
..wmK,, ,m .v, or maintained it so
- , -y i lung ni. - ai&m
T ion or
1 rrnniST Per-roBAi..' T4 .
'filhasbeen known to the -nnblle
for about fortv
years, by a long continued scries of marvellous
cures, that have won for it a confluence In lta
virtues, never equalled by anv other medicine
Itstlll makes the most effectual cures of
f Anton. Cold. ComntmnUoti. that can tw made
by medical skill. Indeed the Cbkrsy Pbctohax :
nas real ly roDoea tnese oangerous aiscases or
their terrors, to a great extent, and given a -feellng
of immunity from their fatal effects,.'
that is well founded, If the remedy be taken liv
season. Every ffttnUv slionld have it in their.
closet for the ready and prompt relief of. its
niemiwrs. Bicaness. sunenng. ana even uie ut
saved by this timely protection. The prudent .
should not neglect it,. and the wise will not.
Keep itby you for Uhs protection it affords by
its timoly use in sudden attacks.
. PBEP4SED J1V - . .- t-
for. J. C. ATEB A. 4., Ixwell, Hiasa.
- r Praeficarand Analjtwnl Chemists. .
Car Sold by all Druggists and Dealears in .
Alodiclno. - f . " , 8v7y .
For Kcstortnir' Gray Ilnlr to Its Natural
. ... vltslUjrsudl'elsr. -
.slckne&i, pare, disup.
poin t mcnt, - a n d
position, all turn the:,
hair gray.and either
of them incline It td
aiuii xiAiR viri
on, by long and ex
tensive use, has
bl proven tnat 11 siosjs
(i,f..TC fvlmmediatoly ; often" ;
I 'renews the. growtfi,-'
when laded: or gray; 'It stimulates the nu
tritrve organs to healty activity, and pre
serves both the hair and its beauty. Thus
fcrashy, weak or sickly hair becomes glossy. .
pliable and strengthened; lost hair rcgi-ows
with lively expression ; falling hair is checked
and stabl.tshed-. thin harclhickens ; and faded
.or gray hair resumctheir original color. Its
oiicratlon is sureand harmlew. Jt cures' dan
druff, -heals all -humors, arid keep the scalp , '
cool, clean and soft'-under which eondltlonsv
diseases of the scalp aro impossible'
Asa dressingi for Jadies'-hair, tlie.yioon is
Ftaised for its grateful and -agreeable per- :
uine. and valued for the soft luatrcand rich
ness of tone it imparts.
"-' prepafftd mr. -
JUJP,..ATEM. "towell .
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
, Cirsoid by aU Drugglsu and Cealera in
Medicine. ... , 8v7y
, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
------ . f'.ti", .111 1 c-. tt u . vn".
1 .i. .if!Hi.urnnsjn zvy.ot ot- enuiut?! Ail.-.
Iioine, for fhe anm of AKta I .hereby warn all
persons not to purchase said note, and Jamt
and John Burrea from paying the same. 7W4
.Albany, Or., Nov. 5, 1873. '-