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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1875)
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COLL. VAN OLEVE,
" THE REGISTER BUILDING,
Comer ferry and Fir Street.
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a.niie copies .. Ten cents.
vn.Mt.nwi9 uuuiua m mu wuiuy will uu
charged so cents extra 2 70 for the year us
that is the amount . of postage per annum
which we arc required to pay on each paper
Aceuts for the Register.
The following named gentlemen are author-
ra-vivB una receipt, tor suoscriptlons
to the Rruintf.r in the localities mentioned :
Messrs. Kirk & Hume Brownsville.
tconcrt Glass Crawfordsville,
w. r. f until Halscy.
.i "im ". iiumsonrg,
H. H. CI&uKtiton Lebanon
A. W heeler A Co Shedd.
.nesr. Mnim s liraslicld Junction City.
I. B. Irvine Scio.
T1m. II. Reynolds Salem.
. vvuternuuse Monmouth
FRIDAY DECEMBER 3, 1875.
The flax crop in Walla Walla valley
turned out 15,000 the past season
Troubles and mail robberies again re-
ported along the Mexican border.
The Salvador on her last trip to
Sau 1? ranclsco took 15,000 feet ot maple
and.asn from Puget Sound. '
J. II. Ilallock of PlainSeld, New
Jersey, took ether to release the pain
ot a surgical operation and died.
- - ' -
Treasuier New has paid out of his
own pocket tbo loss of $3,000 to the
Treasury the money stolen since he
took office. No clue to the theft yet.
The grave of Guibord has been de
clared no longer consecrated ground by
the Roman Catholic Cures of Montreal
A bark and several schooners, with
flour for Fngland, have been compelled
by ice in St. Lawrence to go into win
If the mosquito who left our nose in
such a hurry that he forgot his bill,
will call, he can have it, and no ques
tion will be asked.
We hear of a small farmer on the
Sound who put in his whole farm, 84
acres, to hops. His crop this year yield,
cd him $8,000, which, after paying all
expenses, left him several thousand
The latest discovery reported from
Pompeii is the . figure ot a woman
lighting the fire in the stove while her
husband is asleep in bed. One thing is
lacking, it is said; the kerosene oil can
is not to he found. Probably she hap
pened to be out ot kerosene that morn-
- .saw DUO eu
without that valuable kind of kindling
At the meeting of the Union League
at Philadelphia the feeling was unani
mous for a reorganization, with amend
ments of constitution and ritual to meet
the issues of the day. A circular was
issued to the members ot the League to
rally to the defence of the Common
School", which are in danger.
' Clias. T. Murry, editor of the South
Bend Herald, Indiana, discharged a
female compositer for alleged intimacy
with W. A. Palmer, Justice of the
Peace. First, then, the girl tried to
chastise Murry and failed, and finally
Palmer shot him through the body.
The wound may prove fatal, and the
citizens talk of hanging Palmer.
TnE 'VlBTUES OF 15 UTTE EMILK.
Mr. Hebber, in a paper presented to the
French Academy, thus extols the virtues
of buttermilk: Life exists only in combos
tion,but the combustion which occurs in
our bodies, like that which takes place
in our chimneys, leaves a detritus which
is fatal to life. , To remove this he would
administer ..lactic acid with ordinary
food. " This acid is known to possess
the power of removing or destroying
the incrustations which form on the
arteries, cartilages and valves of the
heart. As this acid abounds in but-'
lermilk, which is an agreeable kind
of food, its habitual use, it is urged,
.will free the system from these causes
which inevitably cause dath between
the 6eventy-fifth and hundredth year.
A colored man, who ..- was lately
resuscitated from what seemed death,
but was only catalepsy, was entertain,
ing his friends with the sights he beheld
in the other world. : "Plenty colored
bredren in - heaven, I spec, Tom."
"Oh,yes!" said Tom. "And how about
hell any down there?" asked another
interlocutor. "Oh, yes! : massa, plenty
ot dem der too." "Any white folks,
Tom?" "Lord save us, der ain't no
end on 'em, but by gosh, xnassa ebery
-white man done got a nigger between
him and da fire!"
An Tlnrrlichman nroa tmoctmo tA
'Yankee -that they bad a book in the
British Murenm which was once owned
by Cicero, r "Ob, that ain't nothin,"
retorted the Yankee; " in the museum
in Bostirig they've got the lead-pencil
that Noah used to check off the ani,
Dials that went into the ark." "
. Tlie announcement that ex-Senator
Ross, of Kansas, has beea promoted
from trie position of foreman to that ot
assistant editor of the Lawrence Jour
nal, is gratifying evidence- that there's
a chance for reform for everybopy in this
world, even for retired Congressmen.
A mzn rnajrknOTf Lis own nisd and
yet Lave a very limited acquaintance.
Heavy Rain; Falls. The most re
markable rain falls on the globe are on
the Khasia hills, id India, where it av
erages about six 'hundred inches, five
hundred of whiVh fU i
J of the year; According to the Jour-
nom is tint, irnticn
any other place on the globe where the
averaCft risen PVPn tr t.hroo Vinnrliwl
inches. So- far as has besn ascertained,
the live, in England, at an elevation
of ten hundred and seventy-seven feet,
between the lakes of Derwentwater
and Wastwater, is the wettest spot in
Europe. In 1866, it is reported that
wo nunurea ana ninety-six ana ntty-six
hundiedths of an inch of rain fell.
Among the Highlands in Scotland and
iu the English lake district, from five
to seven inches often falls in a day. If
an inch of rain falls in a day in our
country, we can it pretty heavy rain.
The average annual fall nf rain in the
east ot England is not more than twen
ty to twenty-eight inches. In. France
it averages thirty inches. In level
Russia it falls as low as fifteen inches.
In the Northern States of our own
country,' it ranges from twenty-seven
to forty-five inches; in the Southern
States from fifty to sixty-five inches.
There are regions where it never rains,
as in the Desert of Sahara in Africa,
and the Desert of Cobi in Asia, and on
the Coast of Peru. It rains nearly
every day in Patagonia.
Death Fitoxi Old Age The
London Times says: "There has been
no peace of late for Mr. Thomas; it was
but the other day that an old Irish
woman died at the age of one hundred
and twenty-five, who, to the confusion
ot the Anti-tobacco Association, was a
constant lover of the weed, and a Hun
garian journal now announces the death
of a very old maid who lately expired in
the hospital at Pesth, aged one hun
dred and twelve years. Her name was
Anna Petrovkh, and she was born at
Waitzes on the 13th ot June, 1753;
here she remained until ber twelfth yean
she then came to Pesth and supported
berselt by needle-work. .Later in life
6he became house-keepor to an old
gentleman, after whose death she being
then seventy-seven, was left entirely
destitute. The remaiuin thirty-five
years of her life were spent in beggary.
At one time, However , existence smiled
upon pocr Anna Petrovioh ; this was in
1779, when an honest journeyman
sought her hand. But her hsmriness
was of short duration: the vounsr man
died suddenly, and his betrothed mourn
ed bis loss tor fully ninty-six years, the
whole remainder of her protracted exist
ence. It must be acknowledged that
this poor woman's biography is not a
cheerful contribution to the history of
centenarians, but sad as it is, it suggests
tne expediency ot buying an annuity
when approaching a mature age,
seventy-seven or so."
The Deacon's Slating School.
"I am going out to see if I can start a
singing school," said the good man, as
ne stooa buttoning np bis overcoat and
muffling up bis ears, one bitterly cold
night last winter.
"A singing school!" said his wife,
bow will you do that?"
"I have heard of a widow round the
corner a block or two, who is in suffer
ing circumstances. She has five little
children, and two of them sick, and has
neitner tire nor food. So Jjennie Hope,
the office boy, tells m& I thought I
would just step round and look into
"Go, by all means," said, his wife,
" and lose no time. If they are in such
need, we can relieve them some. But
I can't see what all this has to do with
starting a singing school. But never
mind, you need not tell me now; go
quickly and do all you can for the poor
So out into the piercing cold of the
wintry night went the husband, . while
the wife turned to the fireside and her
sleeping babes, who, in their warm cribs,
with the glow of health upon their
cheeks showed that they knew nothing
of cold or pinching want. With a
thankful spirit she thought of her bless
ings as she sat down to her little pile
of mending. Very busily she worked,
puzzling all the time over what ber
husband could have meant by starting
a singing school. A singing school and
the widow ! bow queer! what possible
connection can they have!
At last she grew tired of the puzzling
thought, and said to herself, "I won't
bother myself thinking about it any
more. He will tell me all about i.
when he comes borne. I only hope we
may be able to help the widow and
make her poor ' heart sing with joy."
"There," she exclaimed, "can that be
what be meant.? The widow's heart
singing for joyf Wouldn't that be a
singing school? It most be, it is just
like Join . How funny that I should
find it out!" and she laughed merrily at
her lucky guess.
Taking ap her work again, she
stitched away with a happy smile upon
her face, as she thought over again ber
husband's words and followed him in
imagination in his kind ministrations.
By-and-by two shining tears dropped
down, tears of pure joy, drawn from
the deep wells of her love for her
husband, ot whom she thought she
never felt so fond before. At the first
sound of footsteps she sprang to open
"O, John, did you start the singing
"I reckon I did," said the husband,
as soon as be could take off his wrap
pings; "but I want yott to bunt op some
flannels and other things to help keep
itnp." . , - K
"Oh, yes, I will; I know what you
mean ; I , have .bought it all oat.
What a precious work, John! 'Pure
religeon and undefiied is to visit the
fatherless and widow in their affliction.
My own heart has been singing for joy
all the evening because of your work,
and I don't mean to let you do it all
alone. ?. I want to draw out ,somo of
this wonderful music." .
There are many hearts which would
be the better if there could be ranging
schools started in them. Let's you and
1 do all we can. Perhaps others may
catch the key note, and help swell the
song, until many a widow's heart shall
be comforted and the fatherless be ted.
The Mark Lane Express fif London,
in its weekly report of the grain trade,
asserts that owing to the fear ot their
rivers being frozen, the Russians have
already shipped nearly all their crop.
This for the present has a tendency to
keep down prices ; but when it is con
sidered that the Russian crop is com.
paratively small, and that the usual
amount of wheat from America has not
arrived, 6tiff prices will be the undoubt
ed consequence. Will our farmers get
the coveted dollar a bushel? It cer
tainly has that rppearance.
Mr. Disraeli, the other night, deliv
ered a speech at the annual dinner given
by the Lord Mayor of London. He
touched very significantly upon the
Eastern Question. The grave condition
of Tutkey was admitted, but conviction
was expressed that peace would be
maintained through the forbearance of
the 'great powers. If , however,' war
should be the result, there can be little
doubt that Great Britain will maintain
her iterests by other methods than
The Evening Journal has changed
hands. It is said that Mr. James
O'Meara is the present editor. The
following from that paper will explain
its future course :
We do not proposo to run the Jour
nal as the organ or mouth-piece or
special pleader or defender of any line
or company, of any party or faction, or
or any man. We do intend, however.
co run it as a business newspaper ought
to De run independent on alt political
topics, tied to no party, and the tool of
no partisan organization.
There has been an apprehension in
some quarters that the Centennial Exhi
bition may be kept open on Snndavs?
Tbe President of the Centennial Com
mission has addressed a statement, on the
subject to the editor of the Philadelphia
Sunday-School Times, showing that
it has never been contemplated to open
the exhibit.on on that day, and that to
do so is forbidden by a clause in one of
the General Regulations that have
Messrs, Sproat & Co. have received
advices that the bark Beulah, for Vic
toria, from Liverpool with steel rails,
has put in at Port Stanley, Falitland
islands, in distress. The extent of the
damage is not known.
Chief-Justice Waite appears again as
a Presidential candidate. The Wash
ington Star thinks he is the coming
man for the Republican nomination.
We clip the following items from the
Jacksonville Sentinel :
We have been told that during one of
the violent wind storms which have
prevailed at different times during the
past week, a tree fell into a camp of
Chinamen who have been at work build
ing a ditch for the, English Hydraulic
Mining Company, at Galice C reek, kill
ing three instantly and seriously injuring
A little daughter of W. E. Dyer,
while accompanying her father to the
woods, met with a serious accident by
tbe falling of a tree, breaking one of her
legs in two places. She was getting
along nicely at last accounts. -
Anna Conuett, a pretty girl over in
New J ersey, was acquitted of the charge
of burglary, whereupon she threw her
arms around the Judge's neck and
kissed him. And now all the mairied
lawyers around Plainfield are candi
dates for Judge.
Now that a neighboring grocer sends
his boy around every day to get paper
to wrap up old cheese in, there is not so
much objection as there was to our
friends sending in original poetry.
San Antonio Herald.
Said a lady to gentleman who had
been too curt to qleas hen "Do you
know what kind of a puzzle you repre
sent?" "A diamond, perhaps," he
answered, looking at the large one in his
shirt. "No," she replied t "a cross
stick suits you much better."
An advertisement reads: "When you
travel, take the Pan-Handle Route."
Many a man has been utterly routed by
a pan-handle with a mad and - lively
woman baving Bold ot it. Danbury
Nevis. ': ' ".' ;y -i-.
Wendell Phillips : speaks ot the
Vene tains using paper money. Doubt
less Othello had just recieved his pay
in that currency when he, exclaimed :
" He who steals my purse steals trash?'
The smallest dewdrop that rests on a
lilly at night holds in itself the image
of a shining star, and in the most bum
ble, insignificant person something good
nd true can always be found.
A curious, thing is love, which cometh
from above, and lighteth like a dove,
onome; bat some it never bits unless
it gives them fits, and scatters all their
wits. Oh, hum!
.When there is love in the heart
there are rainbows in tbe eye , which
covers every black cloud with gorgeous
Twenty-eight thousand three hun
dred and forty-eight Illinois soldiers and
sailors were killed in our late war, '
POST OFFICE BEblSTElt.
i - KAILS ARRIVE :' ,
From Railroad (north and sooth) doily
From Corvallia, daily, at 10.30 A. x.
From Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday,
Wednesday and Fiiday) at 10.30 A. k.
1 huuls depart:
For Railroad (north and WTOti), dally,
close prompt at 11.10A. M.
For Corvallia, daily, nt 12.50 P.M.
For Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday) at 2 P. X.
Office honrs from 7X A. M. to Hi P. M.
Kanday, from 12 M. to 2 P. Jt.
Money order office honrs from 9 A. M. to
6 P.M. P.H SAYMOSD.P.1I.
3. C. POWELL. L. IXIJflf.
POWELL & FL1N3T,
Attorneys & Counsellors ai Law and So
licitors in Cnitucery,
Albany, Oregon. Collections made and con
veyances promptly attended to. 1-8
STOVES STOVES !
From this date until farther notice, I will sell a
CHOICE SELECTION OF
Stoves & Ranges !
PUMPS, HOSE, ETC.
W. II. McFARLAXD.
Albany, Dec. 10, 1874-13
Silver & Plated Ware,
AGENTS FOR THE
The Best Machine Made.
Foreclosure of Median tea's I.ien.
In the Circnit Court, nf tho Stntn nfOmrnn for
the county of Linn,
Suit in equity to foreclose a mechanic's lien
. G. Simtti, plaintiff, ve. H. C. Clement and
S. M. Coram, defendants.
Notick is hereby given that theabove named
plaintiff has commenced a Milt in t he above en
titled court, against t he defendantx above nam
ed, to foreclose bis lien of i-24 00, and interest
on the came at ten per cent, per annum from
tbe 22d day of October. 1875, on the saw mill of
the defendants, with the appnrLeiiances there
unto belongiag, and on the land on which the
same stands, together with a convenient snace
about the same as may be required for the con
venient use and occupation of the same, situate
in said Linn county, more particularly describ
ed in plaintiff's notice of his said Hen on nle in
the Clerk's office in said county : That in his
complaint in said suit, plaintiff prays the Court
to order and decree that tls said property be
sold to satisfy said lien and interest as afore
said, and the costs and disbui-Mnmenta therein :
and that plaintiff have and recover of defend
ants the said sum of tin 00 and interest thereon
as aforesaid, and his crots and disbursements
t Herein : That all persons interested in t he en
forcement of said lien, or claiming any right
thereto, are berebv called imnn to nresent their
claims within ten days after the completion of '
tho publication of this notice, and in case of
failure so to do within that time or within such
farther time as may be allowed by said Court
or Judge, all such claims will be forfeited.
Nor. 88, S-lwS FlfTB Attorneys.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
HAIR REN EWE H
This standard article is eomnondded wltji
the rreatest care.
Its effects areas wonderful and satisfactory
It restores srrav or faded liair to Its vouthful
It removes all eruptions, Itching and dan-
raiin ; snajs setup oy r "'mo peconies white
By its tonic properties it restores the capil
lary glands to theu noimal vigor, preventing
baldness, and making tbe hair grow thick and
As a dressing nothinj has been found so
effectual, or desirable.
Dr. A. A. Hayes, State Assaver of Massachu
setts, says of it: "I consider - the banrepara
Hon for its intended purposes.
FOB TUB WUI.NU EH . '
For P-rlrylnjc the Blood.
..... This mtniviiinrl
f tbo vegetable altera-
Mandrake with tho
W(4WIo,lcle8 of Fotassium
iron- nuuce a
jXinoat effectual cure
j-ftof a series of com
feSfeiplaints which are very
. prevalent and afflict
Xv j Ing. It purines tbe
' J blood, purges out the
system, that undermine health and settle into
trminliwnnA nMnntM. i. .2 .- . . .
are the appearance on the nrhm nf hnmnn
that should be expelled from the blood. In
ternal derangemetore the determination of
TfUUkA flnnia hlimAM n aism a 1 4.
0J".' "2 they derange, and whose
substance they disease and destroy. Aykb's
, V- j ,.rV . , 1 10 numors from the
blood. When tbeyaregone, the disorders they
produce disppear, such as Ulceration of the
JUver, SUmaeh, KiOnejft, Luna,, Eruption and
Krvpiive lHeasca of the Skin, St. A-nth&ny- Fire,
JtoK rMryipetaA, Pimples, JPurf.iteg, Matches,
SoiU. Tnan, Ttiter and bait Hhevm, Scald
WfV, -raD. in the Bone. Side and
Bead, fixate Weakness, HterilUy, iJuoorrhna
. . " ' ' . . r wnw
dteae Dronsij. lWimrin. K3mmj. 1
General Debiiilu. Wit.o rhnlr im. t....ui.
PHSPAEKD BT . ." - . ' , '. .
r. J. C ATFJB co. IO well, Bmih
rrmtotau ana AnsjyTical Chemistn.
V53rJ4r?lri fill T)v,,vfriM4a .. .1 ...... i
Medicine - ,. - , , v7tt8
Chicago & North-Vest-
ii e poitlar itotrrE oveblamk
Pasnirflrt" for Chlcasro. Viasara Falls. Pitts
burg, Philadelphia, Montreal, Quebec, New York
Boston, or any point East, should buy their
Via tbe Pioneer Kontc,
CBICAUO Jc ORl II WESTERN RAILWAY
Tins IS THE BEST ROUTE EAST.
Its Ti-ack is of STEEL RAILS, and on it has
been made the FASTEST time that has ever been
MADE in this country. By this route passen
gers for points east of Chicago have choice of the
following lines from Chicago :
By tbe IMttNburg. Fortwnyne andfhlcafto
and Pennsylvania Railways,
3THROCGH TRAINS DAILY, with Pullman
Palace cars through to Philadelphia and New
York on each train.
ITHROCGHTRAIX.wlth Pullman Palace cars
to Baltimore and Washington. 1
By tbe Lake Shore and mriebfzan South
ern Kailwtiy and connections (Sew York
itDim noa uie saiiroiMUi,
O THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Palace
Drawing Koom and Silver Palace cars thro'
tojsew York. i
y the Miehlxan Central. Orand Trunk.
Ureat Western and Erie and Sew York
t eoirai Itailways,
3THROUGII TRAINS, with Pullman Palace
Drawing Room and Sleeping cars through to
New York to N iagara Falls, Builklo. Rochester
ify Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
2 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Pullman
Palace cars for Newark, Zanesville.Wheeling,
W.aMtnn .. 1?.. 1; . . . 1
' ' ... lJ "O IVJ.J nuu 4Jit I.11JJUI C WlUiUUb UIUlg7.
This is the SHORTEST, BEST and only line
running Pullman celebrated PALACE SLEEP
ING CARS ANI) COACHES, connecting with
Union Pacific Railroad at OMAHA and from the
WEST, via Grand Junction, Marshall, Cedar
Rapids, Clinton. Sterling and Dixon, for CHI-
rAilf .Wit CACV
This popular route is unsuiTMSsed for Sneed.
Comfort and Safety. The smooth, well ballasu
hi unu penecr tracK 01 steal rails, tne ceiem-ai-ed
Pullman Palace Sleeping cars, tbe perfect
xciKgiwiui oysn:ui ui moving irains, ine regu
larity with which thev run. the admirable ar
rangement for running through carstoChicago
the comforts in modern railway traveling. No
changes of Cars, and no tedious delays at Fer-
iroul an points west, secure to passengers all
Passengers will find Tickets via this fkvorite
route at t he General Ticket Office of the Central
racmc tcaiiroau, Sacramento.
Tickets for sale at all the Ticket Offices of the
central Pacinc Railroad. W. II. STENNETT,
MARVIN HUGIUTT. tien. Sun. tien. Pas. Ait
H- P. STAN WOOD, Gcnei-al Agency, 121 Mnnt-
jjomery Bireei, in r rancisco. vn4y
Just Issued. 200th Edition.
Revised and corrected by tlie author- E. dc F.
Curtis, M. D., &c Ac
A Medical Essay on the cause and euro of pre
mature dot-line in man. showimr how health is
lost, and refrained. It gives a clear synopsis of
the impediments to marrtage,.the treatment of
nervous ana puysiooi acDUity, exhausted vital
ity, and all other diseases appertaing tliereto;
tbe results of twenty years successful practice.
Opinions ol th Press.
CURTIS ON "MAXHOOD." There Isnn mem
ber of soc-ioty by whom this book will not be
found useful, whether be be parent, preceptor
or clergyman. Ltmibm Timzs.
CURTIS ON "MANHOOD." This book should
be read by the young for instruction, and by
the afflicted for relief ; it wili injure no one.
Medical Times and OaziXlr.
dress the author. DR. CURTIS-54)8utterSrt..
Price- One Dollar, bv mail or pinrpsa. Art-
or P. O. Box 337, San Francisco, fal.
PARKER & M0RKIS'
18 SOW READY FOR THE BECFa M OA
of wheat and oats. We call the attem., .. of
farmers to the fact that we have erected the fi
nest warehouse in the State.at a large exnonae.
and are in position to handle satisfactorily an
immense quantity of gram. Oar house lias a
200,000 bushels of Wheat
atone time.and is located on the margin oft he
w liiamette ki ver, ana proviaeu wit na siao tracK
from the O. & C. R. R.. so that shipments may
be made daily by rail, and as often by water as
boating facilities offer. We have two large suc
tion tans, in addition to other fans, attached
to the house, run by water power, and are
thus prepared to
nil the wheat received. Can take in and clean
iu,uuo ousneis per day. cleaned wheat is worth
much more in all foreign markets than foul
wheat, and none should be shinned without
cleaning. Our charges will be flvecentsu bushel
ou wheat, and four cents on oats. We have
SIXTY TIIOUSAIVO SACKS
to furnish those storing wheat with us, free to
mum? w huso wuii we purcnase, ana at t-ne
lowest cash price to those who sell their wheat
from our house to other buyers-. Persons stor
ing witn us are at uuerty to self to whom they
please. Those who reside on the west side of
the river will have ferriage free. Will be in
the market as buyers, and expect to bo able to
pay the highest possible price. Having pre
pared oursel ves to do a large business, wo Uoiie
for our share of the public patronage.
PARSER & SIOBBIS.
n47v3July31 - Albany, Oregon.
A. WBKISLEB. - " - ' " ' C. P. HOOVK.
. C. B. WHF.EXER. ..
A. Wheeler & Co.,
Forwarfling & Commission Merchants.
Dealers In Merchandise and Prod nee.
A good assortment of all kinds of Goods al
ways in store at lowest market rates.
Agents for sole of Wagons ,Grain Drills, Cider
Mills, Churns, Ac., Ac.
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, PORK, BUT
TER, EGGS and POULTRY.
A Iarxre Body of Rich L.and for
QQ A ACRES OF LAND. IN LINN COUNTY;
Ov7 300 acres io cultivation every acre sus
ceptible of cultivation well watered- Has a
good house, born, and outhouses thereon all
wider fence, and lying within 9 miles of a rail
road station. All good grass orgrain land. The
entire tract will be sold cheap. Inquire of
& A. JOHNS. :
"Aug a074-8v7 . Albany, Oregon.
SIRS. C. C. ENGLISH, ,
Is constantly receiving . .
New ami Stylish Millinery,
To which she invites the special attention of
the Ladies. Goods sold at the lowest living
mtt-M. store Hint door east of City Drug Store,
Albany, Oregon. . - . .... . inU
THE BEST ASD CHEAPEST" USED,
FIKST STREET, ALBANY.
588 AOZUSS X
Large and Taluable Tract ol
Farming Land for Sale..
THREB HUNDRED ACRES Of plow land, 800
Of which is rich bottom land. On tliepreuv
ies are fair buildings, house, barn, granaiy,
shods. etc.; also spod bearing orchard or fruit
trues - uu acres 01 tne very dcbi pasture land ;
mioa in Liuiuei- ihiiu, ami tiiiu maple, tne uVSt
luiuiuitf ianu wutsii vjimreu. a never xauina:
stream of water runs t hrouirh the inrm Ttmr.
is also a splendid quarry of lime-rock on tbe-
trorc, prunouncea Dy experts A I rock. Four
mndred acres are under fence. It is one of the
iuui ueniruoie ana cheapest larms tn iJouglas
county, lying 1)4 miles from the 0. 4C. railroad
m vramuim. jor jmrucuiars as to price, eto,
PPly in this city, to 1
J. H. BOUGJITON, M. D.
Albany, May U, 1875.
Tbe Rich Man's Necessity and tbe Poor
lino 11 rrieud. ,
Awarded the Void Medal at
Z ELL'S POPULAR, ENCYCLOPEDIA AND
Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Biog
raphy, Language, Botany. History, Jurispru
dence, Geography and the Whole Circle of Hu
man Knowledge. Complete in (J numbers at
ou reins eavn, or oonno in one-nair morocco $4P,
two large royal quarto volumes. Ten cents a
day for a year, will get it in cheapest binding.
Every facility offered to those in moderate dr-
vuaiumw- . ootam lu
Also, the new '
Pictorial Family Bible.
cheapest in the market 1,300 illustrations.
nenu o-ceni stamp lor specimen pages, to
S. H. DYER, Gen'l. Agt.,
i for Pacific coast.
Elctnrcs and Picture Frames.
E. B. PUBDOM
Would announce to the citfennanf Aiinn
vicinity, that be is prepared to furnish all kinds
of PICTURE FRAS'ZS to order, at short notice.
Pict ores framed, and old framiw ivnalrMt n
athisofNce on Fii-st street, on door west of
onwuuuin, ana leave your onum t4
Strict, Twenty-five Cent.
Containing a comnlete list nf nil tlu i
the United States, the Territories and the Do
minion 01 banana, naming a population greater
than 5,000 according to the last, census, together
with the names of the newspaper having the-
iucu.1 i-ircuisiion in eacn or tne places
imnic.i. aisu, n uttuuKuc oi newspapers wnicu
are recommended to ad vert isers as giving great-
. iuo in n u wi 1 ion lupnwtcnurraa. Also,
all newspapers in the United States and Canada
Tiri n Hn i nvir A.nttfl tfs-mfAa Mih lu.i.u nM oi
the Religious, Agricultural. Scientific and Me
dian icai. jucaicai, AiasonivJuvenile.Educatlon
al. Commercial, Insnrance, Real Estate, Sport
ing, Law, M nsical. Fashion, and other special
class ioumals : verv cnmnlmn llato. Tfttfoth..
with a complete list of over 300 German papers.
IMntniT In " ! . .... C-...... . 1
i ... ..'.. . ui. unii7ii 01 11 1 tm. ajw, an essay
upon advertising; many tables ol rates, show-
mfs iu oust ti unvenising in various newspa
pers, and everything which a beginner iu ad
vertising would like to know.
Address GEO. P. ROWELE 4 CO., "
41 Park Row, New York.
A prominent Now York nhvslolnn intnlv mm
plained to DUNDAS DICK 4 CO. about their
Sandalwood Oil. Capsvi,ks, stating that they
wometimo, cured miraculously, but that a pati
ent of bis bad taken tbem without effect. On
being informed that several imitations were
sold, he inquired and found his patient had not
been taking DUNDAS DICK 4 GO'S.
What happened to this phvs'cian mar bave
happened to others, and DUNDAS DICK ft CO.
take this method of nrntect inir nhvsti-iana itrm.
gists and themselves, and preventing On. OF
Sandalwood from coming into disrepute.
i iii oiv i ; i o wiii onue preacn uetne uapsmes
will continue to do so. for thev contain nntt.
Oil in the best and cheapest form.
DUNDAS DICK ft CO. use more OrL of San
dalwood than all the wholesale and Retail
Driureists and Pfirfirmprs f n rliA ITnttiwl Kt. im
combined, and this is the sole reason whv the
fnirewn is soiaeneaperln their Capsules than
n any other form.
OIL OF SANDALWOOD is fast superseding
every other remedy, sixty capsules onlv being
reouired to insure a safe and mrtotn rnVn in uiw
or eight days. From no other medicine can this
result be had.
DUNDAS DICK ft COS SOFT OAPKrTT.FS
solve the problem, long considered by eminent
physicians, of how to avoid the nausea and dis
gust experienced in swallowing, which are well
Known to det ract from, if not dest.rov. ilin irrwvi
em-ot b of man y valuable remedies.
cuu v-nnsuira are pur up in tin-ion and neat
boxes, thirty in each, and are the onlv Cst nan !.
prescriled by nbyslcians.
Tasteless Medicines.- -Castor Oil and many
other nauseaus medicines can be taken easily
and safely in Bundiu Uiek A Co'a Kofi Cap
sules. So taste. No smell.
IHSTTnese were the only Capsules admitted
to the last Paris Exposition.
Send for circulars to S3 Wooster street, N. T.
lm Hold at all Ikrua: Stores Here. 49
For Sale I
OJJSTAXTIr OK HAND
Lime, Shingles, Plaster Pari?,
Lath, Hair, etc., .
and for sole low, at the warehouse of
PARKER ft MORRIS,
Tbe Highest Casb Price Paid for Wool.
Albany, May M, 73-3Sv7
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS I
S -A."V E MONEY !
' Old Reapers, Mowers and Threshers
Repaired and made almost as good as new
HEBRIIL & PUTNAM'S
NEW MACHINE SHOP
Is now prepared to do all kinds, of
Wood Turning Bawlnar and Dressing:.
Also, any Ironwork and general Blacksmith,
ing the trade may demand.
Fencing Pickets will bo tLef "n hand at all
times. i , v7n33
Bath IIouss & Barber Shop.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD R . KCT
fully thank the citizens of Alban and vi
einity for the liberal patronage bestowed on
him for the past seven years, and hopes for the
future a continuation of their favors. For the
accommodation of transient customers, and
friends In the upper part of town, be has open
ed a neat little shop next door to Tavlor Bitms.
Saloon, where a good workman will always be
In attendance to wait upoo. patrons.
, Deo. 11, 1874. JOE WEBBER.
'Wheat and Oats Stored.
Sacks Furnished iu , Unlimited
P. C. HARPER & CO.,
Arc prepared to receive and store
WHEAT & OATS
on as liberal terms ya can be obtained else wber.
Albany, July 7, 1370-48 , . " - ,