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3 THE REGISTER BUILDING,
. Comer .Ferry and Street.
TERMS IS ADVANCE.
One copy, one year... ...... j
One copy, six month. A -
To clubs of twenty, each copy .2 00
Single copies...., i-vr'T?? ."rf i.
cnCwtiuM mit.irie of Linn county will be
cliarsred so cents extra-i 70 for the year-as
that la the amount of postage per annum
which we are required to pay on each paper
FRIDAY ."DECEMBER 31. 1875?
Mrs. C. C English went to Salem 011
Tuesday; on ft short visit. 1
Tbe late heavy storms have driven the
deer aud bear down to the valleys.
Slight snow fall on Wcduesday. "Weath
er some cooler,
j No abatement in the depth and general
prevalence of the mud.
Charly Barnes was reported better yes
Tuesday night was a cool one, the wind
blowing a stiff breeze all night.
Watch Meetixg To-night at the
'Iv. -Church, commencing at 8 o'clock. .
The receipts at the Masonic festival were
C. Iloock, made his two daughters a pres
eut of a grand Stelnway piano on Christmas,
If you want anything nice in the line ot
millinery, call on Mrs. S. A Johns.
The Lcticonians eive a calico ball at
the Opera Bouse this evening.
Noon day prayer meetings at the Bapt
ist church and services in the evening.
Read lie new ads in
this Usue of the
Hams 10c ner pound, and scarce at any
Joe Webber slings a razor as gracefully
as ever at his shop on First street.
Rev. and Mrs. Stratton receive visitors'
at their residence tills evening.
Alternate showers and sunshine during
the week. Very littlewld weather as yet.
The Odd Fellows of Brownsville install
Very little teleeranhic news of late, the
severe storms having prostrated the lines.
Settletneir is about again,
A number ot ladies will receive to-morrow
Xew Years. "
Herman opened to a good house Thurs
day night. He plays at Corvallis to-night.
Jij53Efee auction man sold hisicters for New
- Years Tuesday and Wednesday evenings,
and then lelt for Salem.
The Teacliers' Institute is presided over
by J. KI Wcatherfprd, with L. N. Liggett,
Secretary. : ,
Charley Barnes is still yery low, but
whether still considered dangerous, we are
We shall "be at home"- to-morrow to all
who want to oav us on subscriptions, ad
vertising or job work.
Yon can't do better tnan to step in and
purchase your millinery of Mrs. C. C. Eng
lish, on First street.
A mouse in one of the church organs last
Sunday, came near upsesting the music en
tirely tor the morning service.
Mrs. Stephens idoing a rushing business.
especially in the line of dressmaking her
" work giving the greatest satisfaction .
Miss Bolds fc Euos are doing a fine busl-
' ness, having a fine assortment or goods :o
"; select from, i
The M. E. Church rejoices in a fine new
stove, that warms up the edifice in good
shape. ' " - -
We notice that Eugene Protzman's fath
er died, at the residence of his son in Port
land, on Monday night. '
To-day Is the last of old 1875 a year no
fruitful of events. Farewell, 1875, and
Oar old friend, Fanning, now of Wash
ington county, has been paying friends
here a visit for a week or two.
" Business has been tolerable dull since
Christmas, but will doubtless be lively tS-
Conductor Stroud and bls-tlangliter An-
Hie were in the city the front part of the
week. Stroud takes charge of the train
again the first tost. ' ,
Jake Flelschner don't give away boots
and slices exactly, but be sells so low that
rhev are within the reach of all. Try him
: a whack. .yv j
F. S. Dunning, notwithstanding the re
cent fire at hla place, stands ready to sup
ply all who call with elegant furniture on
the most reasonable terms.
Don't Etand on ceremony, bat go at
once to Bell & Parker's and purchase some
of those handsome toilet goods to present
to Sue on New Years.
' 3U6. Beach's health still, not Improving
fce DrODoees to go to Dalles soon, to see
7r. a riinnTA of riiaiats will ' effect. We
fcij-e It will prove alt he can desire.
Wind was way cp last night. The indi
cations are, as we go to press, that we may
pcr.Ibly 1 "to a "cold snap. '
Tttllo iastalatlon at Odd Fellows hall
V.e.',s :.-Trn!:-ht. Odd Fellows In good
We are'indebted to Mrs. Robt. Rotnlne
for two nice fat chicken already dreeed,
fen Christmas. Ot course we" had a big
We learned on Wednesday that Dewitt
Knox, eldest son of Ellis Knox, who has
been ill so long with typhoid feverf was
worse. The balance 01 tne iamuy e
We are informed by Mr. John Smith
that Mrs. Beach died from exhaustion from
long waiting on her husband, and from
Early Tuesday morning we had a few
peals of regular old fashioned thunder. A
great many thought it was an earthquake
shock, and were not a little worked up
A series of meetings are being held night
ly at the M. E. Church. The attendance so
far has not been very large. It is to be
hoped the interest in spiritual affairs will
The "day before Christmas" Titus Bros.
sold about fitteen hundred dollars worth ot
watches, jewelry, etc., which was rather
a good days work.
A steady stream of trade pours into Messr.
Bell & Parkers. They are clever gentle
men and have a line stock of goods from
which to select. ' -
The premium offered by the Portland
Museum to the handsomest child who should
visit that depository of wanders on a cer
tain occasion recently, was awarded to
Georgie Cool a Cool award, to be sure.
A. B. Morris, en ronte for the East, laid
over at Jacksonvill on Christmas. He spe
cially appreciates the mud ot Umpqua
vallev. We shall give his letter next
Mrs. S. A. Johns has suoh excellent taste
and good judgment in the selection and
adaptation of colors, that we don't wonder
that so many of the ladies of this city rely
on her entirely to select their millinery.
At 12 o'clock to-night the floor managers
of the calico ball are to turn over their bad
ges to the ladies, who will then conduct
the ball. Why not give the ladies charge
from the begincment?
At a meeting of the Directors of Linn
Engine Co. No. 2. on Monday night. Dr.
Geo. W. Gray was elected President : J. K-
Weatherford, Secretary, and W. W. Parrish
Seventy Six. The father of Mrs. D.
Mansfield, of this city, Mr. Z. Pollard, was
born on the first day oT the first week ot
the fir3t month ot the first year of the pres
ent century, and therefore will be seventy-
six years old to-morrow.
Union prayermeeting next week, each
afternoon, commencing at 2 o'clock ; Mon
day, at the Presbyterian ; at the Congrega-
ternal Church Tuesday ; Wednesday at the
Methodist Clinch. Services at night in the
several Churches, we suppose.
Mrs. Maria Beach wife of the late Detnas
Beach, was sixty-one years and nineteen
days old the day of her death. She lived a
consistent christian, and died a member of
the U . P. Church. Her funeral trauspired
at 2 o'clock P. M. yesterday.
Following are the officers elect of Orge-
ana Encampment No. 5: P. H. Raymond
C. P. : Joe Webber, H. P. : A. N- Arnold.
S. W. ; C. D. Burkhart, J. W. 'i R Salt-
marsh, Treas. ; J. Fleishner, S. ; J. F,
Backensto, Fred. Graf and N. Baum, Trus
Large SaLe of Land. On the 15th of
January next, at the Court Houae door in
this city, win ne sold a little more than a
section of land, known as the Maxwell
claim. The terms are, half cash, ' balance
in one year at 10 per cent, interest. See
i. headed "land sale" in another place
Terrible Roads South. Telegrams
inform us that on Tuesday Cow Creek
was impassable and Rogue river was high
er than for the five past years. The roads
in Southern Oregon are simply horrible.
The overland stages find great difficulty
in getting through Umpqua valley at all.
Forward. We shall feel extremely
obliged to all our agents who have money
in their hands belonging to us immeoiately.
P. S. Those agents not having any money
belonging to us, might take up a collection
pass the hat 1 Anything to make busi
Dead Mrs. Demas Beach sweetly fell
asleep Wednesday evening. She had long
been a suffer with a very painful cancer on
her upper lip. She has gone to meet her
husband, who died Dec. 21st eight days
ago. Blessed are the dead who die in the
Elected. At the- election Wednesday
evening the following named gentlemen
were elected officers of Albany Lodge No.
4. 1. O. O. F., for' the coming year : Joe
Webber, N. G. ; W. O. Palmer, V. G.
J. K, Weatherford, S. : F. Banta, P. S.
N. Baum. 'J. F. Backensto, W. Ketch
um, and R. C. Clrak, Trustees.
The hearty acknowledgments of Rev. T.
B. and Mrs. White, are hereby tendered to
the many friends, who favored us with
their presence on the evening of the 23d,
and gratitude for the nice, substantial and
valuable donations made ns. May . Heav
en's choicest blessings rest on the good peo
Unfortunate. We had the. misfort
une to have one ot our galleys containing
names ot subscribers, pied last evening.
borne eighty or ninety subscribers will
therefore come up missing to-day, and Will
so continue until we can receive the names
and time of expiration of subscription from
the subscribers themselves.
Fire. Regular meeting of Linn Engine
Company Ho. 2 on Monday eveniog. A
full-attendance Is specially requested upon
' W4eat quoted at 84 c per bushel, with
little wkpo enquiry, and no sales to report.
A largejkmount of Wheat still in store, and
probably will remain In store,- until the
covetefi dollar Is obtained.
Kindly Remembered. Out kind friend,
Mr. J. W. Jropst. has again rememdered
U3, this time with a half bushel of nice
pears. Ilere we are right in the middle of
winter, yet these . pears are as fresh and
sound as if just pieUed from the tree. It is
a delicious treat and we are crrespondingly
thankful to our friend.
TnANKS We hereby express our heart
felt thanks and best wishes to the kind
friends who were so generous in the be
stowment ot gifts, on Christmas evening.
May God bless you all with the graces ot
Ilis spirit, through the gift of His Son.
S. S. VanDersai
Mary D. VanDersai..
A Reward Is offered byR. Tarrish for
the arrest and conviction of the thief and
tl'e recovery Of the money stolen from him
on the night of December 20th, 1875. Five
hundred dollars is the amount offered, which
is a good round sum, and we hope some
enterprising man will earn it by complying
with the above conditions.
Suffer and - Entertainment. There
will be a grand supper and entertainment
given by Onward Lodge, No 229, I. O. of
G. T., January the 8 th, 1876. at Knox
Butte Grange Hall. There wlil be an ad
mittance fee of 50 cents charged at the door.
The admittance is to defray the expenses
of the Lodge. We give a general invitation
to one and all.
F. A. Burkhart, Sec.
Another Bridge. The citizens of Stay-
ton met 011 the 10th of Dec., and appointed
a committee of six, three from Linn coun
ty, xvhoe duty it will be to confer with the
authorities of Marion and Linn coun
ties, and see what aid will be forth coming
from them toward building a bridge across
the North Santiam near Stayton. Both
sides of the river is to be canvassed for sub
scriptions in aid of the enterprise. Let's
have the bridge ; it is doubtless needed.
Union Service. Just as we are about
going to press, we are informed that the
different churches have agreed to unite in
public services each afternoon during the
coming week, holding services as follows :
U. P. Church, Monday; Congregational,
Tuesd.-iy; Methodist, Wednesday ; M. E.
Church South, Thursday : Baptist, Friday.
Services to commence each day at 2 p. m.
Bclly for the Council. Tuesday
night, at the regular meeting ot the Com
mon Council, an ordinance passed giving
to Linn Engine Company one thousand
dollars to enable the Company to purchase
a hose carriage. and " hose for their use.
This was liberal, and they could have done
nothing less, and meet the approbation
of .our citizens. 'Ror for the steamer.
Serious. An old gentleman named
Miller, who lives in the vicinity of Jeffer
son, aged about 90 years, was sitting on
the railroad track near his residence, on
Wednesdav, as the southern bound mail
train came along. As he is deaf he did
not hear the train or the signals, and made
no effort to escape, and was struck by the
cowcatcher and received a ser ions cut on
the head and had one leg broken. He was
taken home by Conductor Bellinger, and a
physician called in, but it is reported that
his recovery Is exceedingly doubtful.
Says the St. Louis Gtobe-Democrat : Af
ter "Uncle Daniel Drew"' had subscribed
$ 200,000 toward founding a new Methodist
college, he remarked to a friend one day :
"Well, sir, I didn't know where the mon
ey was coming from. I was worried over
it, aud so made it a subject of prayer. Af
ter fasting and praying over the matter
for one day, I went down on Wall street,
and in less than 24 hours I skinned those
fellows out of $ 200,000."
A Sckfhirise. Several ladies and gen
tlemen, members of the M. E. Chunh and
friends of the pastor, Rev; S. S. VaijDersal,
called at the parsonage on Saturday night
last, carrying with them as evidence of their
esteem several neat presents. As the visit
was entirely unexpected, the surprise was
all the more agreeable, and a very pleasant
evening was spent. Among the presents
were neat silver cake basket, silver spoon
holder, china mustache cup, etc. Some of
the party were thoughtful enough to bring
refreshments along, by tbe aid ot whicli Mrs,
V. got up an elegant repast, surprising the
surprisers with a spread that would have
tempteJ an anchorite whatever that might
have been. Mr. and Mrs. Van Dersal are
well fittexl for the positions hi life they have
chosen to fill, aud their kindly dispositions,
warm Iiearts ai.d upright conversation
are winning friends .in every quarter. May
they live to enjoy many such pleasant
Christmas evenings as was the last.
. LIST OK LETTKKS .
Remaining in the Albany Post Office on
Dec. 30, 1S75. Persons calling for these
letters must give the date on which they
were advertised. - ?
Ambler. Miss Mary
Ambler, Mo! lie 2
Ambler, Alice -Armstrong,
Bean, J M
Burkhart, R H
Crawford Jacob M
Coppock, -J Ik
Marston, George A
Randall, Mrs Rebecca
Roth, Mrs Margrat
Roth, J M
Russell, A F
Sommerviile, E J --
Andrews, Frank F
RAYMOND, P. M.
Abraham Miller, the roan hurt near Jef
ferson the other day, died Wednesday eve
ning. FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Gold in New York, 112Jg.
Greenbacks, 8788. :
Trade rather dull during the week.
Wheat quoted at 84 c per bushel with
little inquiry. No change In general mar
kets, and we quote butter at three bits per
pound, and eggs 37c per dozen. ;
San Francisco and Portland makets quo
ted dull tbe nsual thing between . Christ
mas and Xew Tears.
An Infant Prodigy. A New York pa
per tells of a babe in that city, tlM child of
a poor Jewish couple, which spake plainly
to its mother and to the Rabby when only
six weeks old. Eli Hirsch Is' the name of
the Rabbi, and here is the report ot the
mother's statement to the reporter, and his
When the officer of the Synagogue- eame
I told him that my baby had been talking.
He claimed that it was nonsense that
such a thing could not be.- I told him that
it was really so, and he asked me what the
child said. I informed him that the child
eat up in its cradle and distinctly spoke the
following words : ''Mother, why did you
go wav and leave me so long?" At this
the Rabbi walked to the cradle, when the
baby raised tip and looked at him. The
Rabbi exclaimed, "How can you have the
impudence to sit up in the cradle?" The
boy then said so plainly that we under
stood it well : "I could tell you a good
deal that you don't know ; ask me much,
and I will tell you , much ; ask me little
and I will tell you little ; I know more
about this world and the next than you
know or ever can learn."
The mother says the Rabbi hastened to
put on the emblems of priesthood.- With
the forefinger of the right hand the Rabbi
touched first the head-case containing the
parchment, then that on his arm, subse
quently and lastly laid his -finger on the
child's forehead. No sooner was this done
than the boy laid back in the cradle and
There are various opinions among those
Hebrews who credit the story, as to What
this phenomenon dignities. .Some think
that the child was. prophet and had some
message to people" tm earth, while - others
regard it simply as an instance of unnatur
Vesuvious will erupt. We liope
noliody will give Etna an emetic.
Hie brass sandals ol EniiedocIes are
not wanted at this day. A harder
composition is found in the averaj
"VTOTICE is hereby given that in pursu-
a nee of a decree 01 tne Uircuit uourt.
of the Srate of Oregon for the county of
Linn, made and entered of record at the
October term of said Court, in the year A.
D. 1875, in a suit therein pending wherein
Ludlow Maxwell et at. were plaintiffs and
Elias Maxwell et al. were defendants, ap
pointing me, the untiersigneii, sole reieree
to sell the following described real proper
ty, to-wit : t he west halt ot tne donation
laud claim of Ludlow Maxwell and Delilah
Maxwell, his wife, known and designated
on the plats and surveys of the United
States on file in the land office at Oregon
Citv, Oregon, as Notification No. 1,177 and
claim No. 43, situated in Linn county, Or
egon, aud bounded as follows, to-wlt: Be
ginning at a point 5.59 chains north ot the
southeast corner 01 section in towusnip it
south ot rrnge 2 west, running thence north
79" 20, east 57.40 chains, thence north Jtr-
48. west 20.00 chains; thence north 89c12
east 54.13 chains; thence north 0 40 west
40.04 chains ; thence south 89 17", west
124.90 chains ; thence south 0 40', east 60.
07 chains ; thence north 89 20", east 13.G0
chains to the place of beginning, contain
ing 642.79 acres.
.And whereas, on the 11th day of Decem
ber. A. D. 1875, a commission was duly
issued out of said Court directing me to sell
Said premises, by virtue of said decree and
commission. 1 will, therefore, on the
15A day of January A. D. 1875,
as such referee, sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, the said real property,
at the Court House door, in Linn county,
Oregon, on said day, between the hours ot
9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock r. M., to-wit.
at the hour of 2 o'clock P. St., in two par
cels of 160 acres each.
Terms of Sale Gold coin of the United
States, one-half down on the day of sale.
and the balance to be paid in one year from
the day of sale, with interest at ten per
cent. ver annum 111 like coin, secured py
mortgage on the premises.
M. H. WILDS, Referee.
Powell a Flinn, Attys. 14td
Incorporated Feb. t, 1875. Capital, (20,000.
Corner First and Washington streets,
Albany, : Oregon.
President, S. A. DAWSOX.
Superintendent, A. J. JOHNSON
A. H. IjOOXEY,
J. .. REED,
Wholesale and Eetall Dealers in
Clothing, Hardware, Crockery,
.Groceries, Farm Implements
and Machinery, &c., Ac,
Also, buy and sell on commission all kinds of
uoocis, MarKetaoie 1'rouuce, sc.
Dec. 2. 1875-ltv8m8 ,
Guardian's Sale of BmI Eh tote.
T-tJBLIO NOTICE Is herebv irien that, bv
JT virtue of an order made by theCount y Court
witnin ana ior tne county 01 inn, state 01 ur
efon, on tho 8th day of December, 1873. In the
matter of the estate and guardianship ot Sarah
Jonrs, an Insane person, I, the undersiineC
Knar lian of the person and estate of said Sarah
uones, win, on :
Monday die lith day of January. 1878,
at the Conrt House door in tbe cfly of Albany,
In said county of Linn, at. the hour of 1 o'clock
in tneeveniiiR or that day. otter for sale at pub-
lie auction, the following described ral estate,
The undivided one-third of the east half of the
donation claim of David Jones and wife, beinir
not ideal ion No. 1157, in township No. 11 south
ot range mo.. one ana two west, containing in
all 160 29-100 acres, situate la said county of
Terms Said real estate will be sold for crnlcl
coin, one-half to be paid down on the day of
Rui,iinu me i?iiinutut3r in m.i montiis, securvu
tjy luurijpiigu an 1,110 premise).
. B. 8. ROBERTS, Guardian.
o. a. tiuHNB, Atty tor liuarulan
Dec. 24, 1875-t WH v8
Jnsticee' Court for the Precinct of 8clot In tlio
A. J. Houston, plaintiff, vs. F. C. Logan, do-
To F. C. Logan, the above named defendant :
m tne name or the State of Orecron ; You are
hereby requi red to appear before the an dershm
ed, a Justice of the Peace for tbe precinct afore
said, on the aist day of January, 1876, at 10
of said Justice in said precinct, to answer the
rove namea piamatr ma civil aetlon. Thede-
ioiiubii w m iue notice tnat ir be fails to an
swer the comnlaint lt nin. .i,;ni.r. ,111
take Juthrment against you for the sum of 213
The order that the summons in said action be
no uiw limb uio summons in said action be
Vn&Tiw ' th tb tUy
wi ven nnaer my band this 15th day of Decern
. 13w6dccl7 Justice of the reave.
A Brother of Jo. Meek. The Yreka
Union has a. brief' sketch ot Stephen 11.
Meek, brother of the late Joi Meek of Ore
gon, lie is at Fore Jones, Siskiyou, on a
visit. Meek came to this coast first In 1 833,
with Capt. Walker, who' was detached
from Capt. Bonneville's command in ex
ploring the country:
He also passed "down through this section
of the country in 1842 with Tom McKay,
the father of Donald McKay. He was the
guide to the first train of overland eml
grants that ever crossed the plains, and"
laid out what is now known as "Meek's
Cut Off," through the Blue Mountains.
tic nas seen many : wild adventures ana
hair-breadth? escapes. Like most ot his
comrades he is now growing Old, and will
soon nave to give up trapping ana nna
some quiet spot to sieiid the remainder of
his days. But he says as long as health
lasts he will hunt and trap. The biogra phy
of his life would no doubt be a thrilling
and interesting narrative.
If you want to buy the latest style
of lady's Rubber Boots, go to Jake Flelsch-
ncr's, on First and Broadalbin streets. 6tf
dp-Cash paid for Eggs, at J. Fleisch
ner 's, corner of First ard Broadalbin
Before vour Lungs begin to Fester, stop
the cough that may otherwise destroy yon,
with Hale's Honey ot Horehound and Tar.
Pike s Toothache Drops cure in one min
TT'STRAYED From the farm of the under
n . .1 i . 1 . . n 1 . . .1 .1 1
ot August last. adarkfoay mare, 15 X hands hish.
boih hind feet turned in (pigeon-toed), 6 years
old tne cominu spi-me. Any one returning saia
mare to my rarm, or ivint? imormnuon 01 ner
w nereaoouis, will oe amply rewaruea ny
r . . rvntu.
Dec. 84. 73-w : .
Xew Millinery torc!
MRS. T3. STEVENS,
HAS just opened, up stairs in Froman . DricK
Fashionable Mock of Millinery Uoodi.
TTnHvir infl rr.nn v rears of experience in the
millinery business In the Kast.Mrs. Stevens be
lieves he can give the tunest satistaeuon to au
who give her their fratronaKe, and would there
fore respect fully solicit a share, of the same.
Also agent for the LITTLE MONITOH sewing
machine, the grandest achievement of the age,
unapproachable hy any other sewing macUine
in the market. Those intending to purchase a
machine, should not fail to call and see this.
Albany, Nov. 19-v8n9ml
In the Justices' Court for the Precinct of Al
bany, Linn county, Oregon. -
P. W. Beelcr, plaintiff, vs. F. C. Logan, de
fendant. To t . C. Logun, defendant aoove namea :
An order lmvinsr been made bv me this day.
thut, the service of this summonslie made upon
you bv publication in the Abasy Rkqistkb,
as cy law required
in tne name 01 1 ne raie 01 ureson ; 1 u i ;
lierebv renuired to unnear before the endersiifn-
cd. a Justice of the Peace for the precinct afore
said, 011 1
8th day of January, 1876,
at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at
tne onice 01 saiu uustiw 111 suiu jt;iiiui, w "
swer in a civil ction the above named plaintiff
who claims to recover of you t lie sum 01 f-ixi.ou
in V. S. gold coin, wit n. interest mereon in nice
gold coin at tbe rate of ten per cent, per annum
from tne lttn oay 01 ovemrjer, isi, as surety
nnon a certain oromissory note which this
nlnintin loint.lv and severallv execnted with
uetenuant to one oinnin isauey or orucr nnu
for defendant's accommodation, which note
snid lihiimitr bas been comnelled to rjav and
has nnid in full. And also tne farmer sum 01
$17.25 with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent, per annum from July 13th, 1875, nnon
a certain lu-omissorv note, made bv said defend-
nnr'in favor of plaintiff, and now owned and
lieltl bv nliiintin. as Her comnlaint on nle.
1 lie ucienuant win iaKe nonce iiim 11 ne inns
to annear and answer the said complaint, tne
nlaintiffwlll take indirmentairriinst him for the
sum of $200.00 in U.S. gold coin, with interest
thereon in like gold coin from the ltth of No
vember, itf4. at ine rtue 01 ten per cent, per an
num, also the further sura of 417.25, with inter
est thereon from the 13th day of Jnly, 1875, at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum, togetner
with tlie costs and disbursments of this action
to be taxed. 1
Uiven under my nana tnts isrn nay or Novem
ber, 1875. 1 JOSEPH HANNON,
Nov. 19, l875-9vsto i justice ot tne peace.
Bel1 & barker,
(Successors to R. C. II Ul & Son )
TTavo removed their stock
-M a. ot 1
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Cigars & Tobacco,
To Froman'a New Brick Block,
North side of First, between Washlngtpn and
retry streets? wnere inev vui Keep a
Large ani Full Assortment of Goods
in their line, ordered direct from
San Francisco and tne East,
and feel confident in the assertion that they
can ; penecuy satisty ail .who call upon incm
uotn as to
QUALITY AND PRICE OF 600DS.
- Call at our new store and be convinced of the
truth of the above statements.
Particular attention will be (riven to the com-
pounclinir or pnysician's prescriptions ana iuro
lly recipes, at au noura ot tne oayor niznt.
A. II. BELL Be PARKER,
Successors to R. C, liL a SOV.
Albany, October S9, 75-n6tf
A LtRUE STOCK OF
1 -v srrC 1
OF EVERY STYLE k MAKE J?J
WHICH WILL Bfc SOLD 33
I WILL ALSO PAT THE :
llleliest Market Price,
Jn exobange, !& all kinds of Q
1 1 a
Mercliantablo Produce, g
- J. FLEISCHNER.
. JOHN CONNER,
DBTOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at sight.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin .
Kxchange on Portland, . San Francisco,
and New York, for sale at lowest rotes.
Collections made and promptly remitted.
Refers to H. Vf . Corbett, Htmry Failing,
W. a Ladd. . , . A , ' . ,
Banking hours from S A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1871-23vS
J. W. BALDWIN,
Attorney nnd Counselor at Law,
WELL PRACTICE IN" ALL THB Covtrti
in the 2d, 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts in the Snpreme Court of Oregon,
and in ..he U. S. Iiistrict and Circuit Courts.
Offick In Parrish brick, (up stairs), in
office occupied bv the late N. H. Cranbr,
First street, Albany, Oregon. tolSve
D. B. BICE, H. D.
Surgeon A. Physician,
OFFICE Fli st" street, between Ferry
and Washington. RF-SiDEMC--Third
street, two blocks below or east of Metho
istp Church, Albany, Oregon. v5n4e
DR. GEO. W. GRAY,
X E N T I S T ,
f T FICE IX PABRISH BRICK BLOCK,
corner rirsi nnu rerry nuccw-
j . tn: .1. n n ,) I'orni aTrwt
onice hours from8 to 12 r!clock a. m., and
1 tn .1 o'clock n. m. 18V4
THE BAY TEAM BTIM. LIVES,
m - . w7-t rti'orcTrtvn T TLTTT A tinm.Ti
A ijp i-j x iiioiu.Mi --.-- '
Jrv tree. Thankful for post favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance of
. &i n v rr xr a r -ll 1 wa-a n
Hie Mllllit-. I lie I-V A m. iv.a. "
1 -11., 4Vn.1 . A rtn tint' limihrlO'
Albany Book Store.
MO. FOSHAY. I
DEALER IN MISCELLANEOU8BOOKS,
School Books, Blank Books, Stat ionery
Fancy Articles, Ac. ..
looks imported to order,at shortest pos-
II. J. HOUGHTON, 91.
GRADUATE OF THE USIVERSrt'Y
Medical College of New Yoi k,-late
nf f1llvtut, HrianltAl MACllCHl lOl
leee. New York. Ofkicb-Ih A. Carothers
4 Co. 's drug store, Albany, Oregon.
W. C. TWEEDALE,
DEALER IN j
Tobacco, Clrirs. Cutlery Croc k
. ery, and Wood dc Willow Ware,
CSVCa and tee him. -4i
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
CHEXICAM, OILS, PA1HTS, D TEH
ULASN, LAMPS, ETC.,
All the popular "
FINE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
and Tollef. Goods.
Particular care and promptness given
Physicians' prescriptions ana jr amuy wn
1X A. CAROTHERS 4 CO.
IVZctzlei? CI1a.i1? I
Can be had at the foUowing places :
Junction City ...Smith A Bmsneld
Brownsville Kirk A Hume
Halsey J.M. Morgan
Sci . ; J.J. Blown
Albany Graf Collir
A full supply can also be obtained nl my
Old snop on rrst sireui, -ti"n-iiy ,
A. W. GAMBLE, M. D.,
Physiciaix, Snxgeoii, etc.
V-VFFICE On First street, over Weed's
grocery store, kesiuencb trpposiie
late residence of John C Menden hall, near
the Foundrv. First 1 e Aioany.
.Piles I riles
WHY SAY THIS DAMAGIXG ANI
troublesome comnlaint cannot be
cured, when so many evidences of success
might be placed before you every day
.cures of supposed hopeless cases? Your
physician informs yon that the longer you
allow tbe comnlaint to exist, you lessen
your chances for relief. Experience hat
auffiumu-tn au cases. .
A. Cm-others Sc Co.'s Pile Pills and
are all they arc recommended to be. Will
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles in I
a verv short time. andire aonventmt to use.
This preparation is sent bv mail or ex
press to any point within tbe United States
an i ou per pacaage.
Address. a7CAMOTIIERS ft CO..
17 v5 : Box S3, Allnya Oregon.
The Eugene firemen are making r-
rangemcnts for a erand ball at Lane's
Iiau on unristmas eve.
JHE CELEBRATED W. A. WOf,X-8
REAPERS A: MOWERS.
: Hatne"a II end en, (Wood's improved.)
CoqallU-rdra Indiana Faraa Wafon
. The Kasael and Vibrator ThrMhin,
. . (best machines on the coast. '
Ktatean-ara Foreefoed Drill. e
Star Plows, and other machines
Call.see, and cot prloe and terms before buying
elsewhere, at my Blacksmith Bhop, corner Seo-
Vtln n1 .a M 1K. . .-1 .
As Boon as a hnmoroua paragraph ist
turns up on a Chicago paper he receives
a flattering offer to come to New York
and edit a bank-note reporter or a cook
book. " - -
"HHakes Tins opporttxttt to nrroRi
JL his friends and the public generally, that
be is now settled in his
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
on the old stand next door to P. C. Harper A Co f
where can be found a great an assortment and
as large a stock of .
Staves and Eanges
as can he found In any one houno this side of
Portland, aud at as .
CaRt Iron, Brass & Enameled
in groat variety. Also,- if
alwavs on hand, and made to order,- AT 14 W
Albany, October 22, 1875-Sv8
Here's the Place !
S. XX. ClausIitoEi
nas received and is offering fof sale a well selcc-
lU BLOCK OI
Which he is determined to sell
AT TIIE LOWEST PRICES
C a s , or MercWaile Produce !
. Please give mc a call, anil examino
Goods .and Prices.
H. II. eLAlUMTO!. .
Lebanon, Or. (1ST7
Till- BEST IXV THE .
Warranted to give Satisfaction.
. Call at the Drag Store Of
First Street, Alhany, Oregon, and see Testimo
nials wita refuru 10 mo
Sstiri h, tl,n (mllnn nnlr. It isnnt unreadv for
use in cans of X, land 5 gallons; also in 6 gallon'
wooden pails and baiTels.- Cull and see it. ,
PROMPT Delivery, at Elving
TtA VITtO bonsrht ont tbe deltrsry business ol!
Mr. Lewis Stimson, I beg leave to announce lor
1 ne citizens ana onsiness men 01 Aiunny, tu
have on the streets an express and Job wagon'
and will be happy to serve all who may give
me a can; . ,..
All orders will be promptly attended to at
reasonable rates. .
Orders may be left at the Drug Store Of Bell A-
Ayer's Clierry Pectoral, "
For Dbieasn or tne Throat and Lmtty
such a C"onrhn, -olo, w nooninir
Congti, Itronehitln Aatluuaa and
The few compos!
tlons, which have won -the
confidence of man
kind and beoomo
bousenoia w o r u s ,
among not only one
but many nations
must have extraordl--.nary
'noono ever secured
so wide a reputation
or maintained it so
long as AYKS'a
CHKHBY PBCTORAI. It
una i n v t. . . ' ...w
nnbllo for about forty
v'rH. bv a lonir continued series of marvellous
cures, thathavewon for it a confidence in its
virtues, never equaneu oy anv oiner rovuicuic.
Itstill makes the most effectual cures of
Coughs, Votos. uonsumjitton, mat can do maae
lisis reallv robbed these dangerous diseases of
their terrors, to a great extent, and given a
feeling of immunity from their fatal effects,,
that is well founded, if the remedy be taken In
season. Every family should have it in their
closet for tho ready and piompt reliet of its
memDers. BiCKness, Bunennic, mj i-
saved by this timely protection. The prudent
should not neglect it, and the wise will not
Keep it oy you ior tne prmeciioujt auorua iy
its timely use in sudden attacks. . -
PREPARED BY - '
r. J. C. AVER & CO., Eowell, MM.,
Practical and Analytical t-nemmis.
33" Sold by all In-uggists and Cealears In
Medicine. ' 8v7y
Aycr's. Hair Vigor,
Restoring- Gray Hair to Its Katoraf
KtcKuesis, care, uinap.
position, all turn the
uair gray, and either
of them incline it to
11 . AYKR'8 HAIEVIO
vr V ok, by long and ex-
ASr T tensive use. has
L proven that i stops
W t be falling ot the hair
immediately ; often
i ..nAl and alwaM- surely
u 'renuwa l i t.T nrwi.fi.
iWw- wu-'.x restores Its color.
when faded or gray. It stimulates the nu
tritive organs to liealty activity, and pro-
serves ootn tne nrur ana its neaury. inns
brash y, weak or elcklwhair becomes glossy,
pliablo and strengtbened ; lost bair regrows
with livelv expression ; falling hair is checked
and stabllshed ; thin hair thickens ; and laded
or gray hair resumethelr original color. Its
operation la sureand harmless. It cures dan
druff, heals all hnmors, and keeps the scalp
cool, clean and toft under which conditions,
diseases of the scalp are Impossible. -
Asa dressing for ladles' bair, Ihe VIGOR is
praised for Us grateful and agreeable per
fume, and valued for the soft lustreand rich
ness of tone it imparts.
Dr. JT. C. ATF.H A- .. Ionell, XaaT.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists:
pjp-Sold by all Druggists and iM&lern in
T ST. A Kote given in April. 1875, by
X-aud John Burres. in lavor of ftmmufiJi All
honse, for tbe sum of S00. I hereby warn sl
persons not to purchase said note, ana Jamw
and John Burret Cvom paying the sn. 74e
.. . . 8, ALiJdOX &X
Albany, Or., Sov.5, 1873. ; -