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FRIDAY ..wJAKUASr 14. 1878.
A. Chance to Invest. Business de
tatao&ng our attention tn the States Imme
diately, we will sell a half Interest in the
IttSSiSTERto a competent man at a very
low figure : or we will sell the entire office.
The office Is In good order, and one of the
best arranged in the State, with a full sup
ply of job type, three presses, paper cutter,
etc, and a very targe supply of nearly new
news type. The office has a good run of
business, which can be doubled lit a short
time. As our absence will necessarily ex
tend over several months, we would prefer
to sell at least a half interest. Parties de
siring to ran a newspaper, now liave a
chance. Apply atooc to. this ofSee.
A First Class Idea. At the request of
the U. S. Centennial Commission, we pub
lish below a suggestion that meets our
approval fully, an4 suggest that our (Couoty
authorities take (be matter under' advise
It seems proper that the local celebrations
of the Fourth of July, 1876. which will be
held throughout , tjie land, should be made
to contribute to 'a 'permanent historical
memorial of the Centennial Celebration.
In each county provision should be made
for the delivery of an address tracing the
history, of that peculiar community for the
past century, or from the time of Its settle
ment, and Including a sketch of ics growtli,
its resources. Industries, prospect., etc.
These addresses should be publislied in a
uniform, size, that of the Congressional
documents, tor instance, in order that they
may be bound together by States. To com
petent persons the preparation of such
aJdrees would not be an unduly burden
some task; but in the aggregate they would
constitute an invaluable historical reposito
ry such as no nation has ever had the oppor
tunity to collect.
Designations of the historians ought to be
made without delay,, In order tliat they
may have time to accomplish their work.
It is to be liojsed that tlie press will give
general circulation to the project, and that
each journal will see to its consummation
In Its own locality, and that the sliglit ex'
pense Involved be assumed by the county
The New Monopoly. The new steam
boat company recently organized, is to do
business on the Willamette and tributaries
and tiie lower Colombia. It is designated
as "Willamette Transportation and Locks
Company," and has a capital of one mill
Ion dollars . Tlie Directors are : J. C
Atnsworth. R. R. Thompson, T. Wygant,
B. Goldamith and F. T. Dodge. J. C.
Ainswortb is President, B. R. Thompson.
Ylee Presided The new Company own
the locks at Oregon City, the farmers ware-
bouse at Astoria, the water front lately
purchased by tlie O. S. N. Co. at that place.
the steamboats Willamette Chief, Gov,
Grwver, Champion. Beaver, Annie Stewart,
Orient, and the barges. Autocrat. Columbia
and Columbia's Chief. By this consolida
tion competition on the Willamette and
lower Columbia rivers Is practically played
out. notwithstanding tlie promises made
bv certain parties. The Canal A Locks Co.
has thus consolidated with the O. S. N. Co..
the oldest and most zrindinc monopoly "in
the State? "STex'C '
Musical Treat in Stobe. Tlie Mo
Gibeny family will arrive here to-morrow,
we are informed, and expect to give a con
"ivrtnn Snndav eveninir. probably in the
Opera House. There" are' six children.
we believe, all ot whom, even to little Al
lie, only three years of age, are gifted mu
sicians. . We never have had the pleasure
of hearing them, but from those wlio have
we expect a grand musical treat on Sunday
evening. Since writing the above Prof.
McGibenr and family have arrived, ana
mUl cive & concert this (Thursday) evening
at the Court House, rree.
Good Mornings. We speak more par
ticularly of the late frosty mornings. They
are splendid for lying in bed and resting,
The Glnwotenistbi ita healthy t
aria st 4 o'clock toeseliiomingsiand, fusil
mogkm! In't&e cold, with a long Icicle hangl
In trim bla nose, "teeth tittering, .ana
very how and hen being compelled to
nmn tin and down and slap his hands
asaiost his thighs to keep his Wood from
nuitMilnff. la a welL lie's another. He
can make his own by-laws; aa for os, give
us a Ilttlo more kirer !
DtsiKOOsroBATiON. A meeting of the
f.LKrn.. in the Albany & Santiam Ca
nal Gov batted at which "k ;proposifin
to mrfncorborafetbe Company: sealing
its business, selling its property and divid
loff tiM proceeds among the shareholders.
wUlbe-subtnUted. This b an Important
matter, and those Interested will do well
to remember the day and hour of the meet
ing, to-wit : Tuesday, February 15th, at
'If. st. attiae offle-of tb Company is tbl"
city. ' "' -" ' - . - : -:
Back Agaim. G. W. Wilcox, homoeo
pathic physician, has returned from Cali
fornia, and now occupies an office on First
street with E. II. Orif3n, over Dr. Lister,
pracerr store. As we informed oar read-
ra iaum nwlfi aon. tlie Dr. returns to
stay, having takes a gpefttiiklrsgto Albany.
As a chyaUibn Dr. Wilcox" stands at the
head of the nrofession. and will doubtless
soon secure a Urge practice.
Plenty of frost these mornings
BJMT OF UTTERS .
Remaining In the Albany, Linn county,
Oregon Post Office on Jan. 13th, 1876.
Persons calling for these letters must give
the date on which they were advertised.;
Allemworth, JasH Miller, MrsMoMe
Andrews, 4 C
Miller, Mrs Mary L.
Koresbead, Was A
Multep, Mrs J B
Oliver, Jap ": t tM
Amstrong. Wm 3
Cunningltant, J B
I'aimer, w n -
Dean, Mrs AlexanderParrisons, Mrs Ellen
Vamoa A Lrkjnaw
RUley, John M
Furrow, Walter '
Ooldsberry. Wm P
Ha na wait. Miss M
Hollenbeck, ft 3 f
Kinger, Miss E
Bealey, Peter O ,
Shelley, Mrs Loir 3
Sulla van. S 3
Thomas, John '
Miller, James t, F
-Williamson,' MUs M
P. II. RAYMOND, P. M.
Cm CovKcn- At the tegular meeting
I Tuesday night all the members were pres
ent, lo-wii : mayor, . B. - Humphrey ;
Councilmeii, Baum, Gray, Harris, Mc Coy
Parton and Ralston. A petition from Linn
Engine Co. No. asking for an appropria
tion or f 1,000 to aid in the purchase of a
steamer tor .the Company, was received.
Aa ordinance, prepared In accordance with
the petition, was read first and second time
and referred. A petition was received
from Judges Baldwin, Helm, . and others.
asking for an ordinance making It compul
sory tor parties owning chickens and tur
ners to Keep tnera from uepreaatlng upon
their neighbor' gardens. An ordinance
to this effect was . read first and second
time and referred. A petition for side
walk on Fourth street. In Hacklemao's ad
dition was received and referred to commit
tee ou Streets and Public Property. Sev
eral applications for' night watchman were
received and referred to proper committee..
Mayor Humphrey then announced the fol
lowing standing committees :
Wag and Mean W. R. Ralston, J. F.
McCoy and G. W. Gray.
Account ami Current Expense J. L.
Harris, Frank Parton and N. Baum.
fire and Water Geo. W. Gray, Frank
Parton and W. R. Ralston.
Street mad Public Property Frank Par-
ton and W. R. Ralston.
Landing and Wharre. X. Baum, J. F.
McCoy and Franks Parton.
Health and Police J. F. McCoy, W. R.
Ralston and X. Baum.
W. Gray, Frank Parton
and N. Baum.
Judiciary Y. R. Ralston. J. F.
and J. L. Harris.
Dixie School. Mr. J. F. Royse, teach
er of Dixie School, announces the follow
ing programme of exercises for tlie semi
monthly exhibition, which takes place this
afternoon at 2 o'clock:
Recitation Rosa Van Vactor.
Declamation Frank Mattoou.
Recitation Lulu Honsaker.
Declamation Charles Skeels.
Recitation Dora Cowan. .
Declamation Eddy Umplirey.
Dialogue Four girls.
ReciUtion Birdie Ixillis.
Declamation Lee Hughes.
Recitation Mary Blount.
Declamation Leslie Mattoou.
Recitation Jane Blount.
Declamation Freddie Blount.
Song School. -
Recitation C. Barrenger,
Declamation W. Farley.
Recitation Belle Brown."'
' Recitation Annie Van Vactor. . .
JOAD supervisors. Following is a
list of Road Supervisors appointed by the
County Court for 1876 :
DISTRICT. '' ' .
1 P W Spink,
2 Win Hale,
3 Wm Clymer,
4 S A Nickerson,
5 S A Dawson, ,
6 Wm McElroy,
7 Enoch Cyrus.
8 Francis Bellinger,
9 James McKi light,
10 A Mastersou, .
11 Wm McCoy,
12 John Brown, '
13 John Wet in, .
14 Geo Hughes, '
15 A P Morris,
13 Isaac Salt marsh,
17 RC MJ'ler. ; -
18 Joe Hamilton,
19 James Garnet!,
20 H B Sprenger,
21 John Barton,
22 Titos Murgan.
31 M Cunningham,
32 J B Harris,
33 H Lame.
34 P V Morris,
33 J W Com p ton,
38 P Munkers,
37 J Frvrear.
38 C P Hngtie,
39 W C Morgan.
.40 XM Archibald,
41 A G Marsliall,
42 A Bales.
43 A Brandon,
44 G W Young.
45 J McMeekan, .
48 J F Colbert,
47 W Stevens, e
48 I N Warmotli,
49 John Gay,
51 John Riley,
52 M Burkhart,
53 Phil M Smith.
23 Jacob Ramsey,
24 John uumuunga, 64 11 Eckerraan,
25 R J South,
55 J A McKinney,
23 J T Davis,
27 Chas Levis,
28 S W flays, "
29 G D Overton,
30 G B SpUwn,
tw j Kdwaraa,
67 ST Jones,
' 58 Enoch Miller,
59 Y H Colwell. -
Reducing Expenses .Mr. James Elk-
ins, who has been acting as. Agent tor the
O. &.C. Railroad Company at this city for
nearly a year past, has left the service of
the Company for reasons that will appear
upon reading the subjoined letter. Mr.
Elkins was the first agent of the Company
at tlie completion of the road to this city
in 1871, and always gave the best of satis
faction, being energetic, courteous, reliable
and prompt.- The subjoined letter shows
the appreciation in which be was held by
tlie officers of the Company, and U a high
compliment to the integrity and business
qualifications of Mr. Elkins. Following Is
the letters -s : '
Pnim.ivn. JTn- 4. 187ft
Jakes Elkxks. Esq.,' Agent, Albany.
Dear Sir: In order to reduce expenses,
which have become absolutely necessary.
the work of Albany Station must be per
formed by two persons, instead of three as
at present, and as we are obliged to have
a telegraph office there, the agent must al
so be an operator : therefore your services
must be dispensed with. - ? nr
While agent of the Company you have
done your duty faithfully, and haw given
the greatest satisfaction.. It to with regret
tliat this step Is taken, but on account as
above stated. YoSrs Truly,-
. J. Brandt, Jr..
Gcu. fa'tipt. O. 4b C R. It. Co.
Finished and paid FOR.v-Tle bridge
across the Santiam at Lebanon is completed
and paid for, and is one of the staunchest
and finest looking In the State. ' There was
a balance due on the completion of the
bridge, as was stated in tliese columns some
weeks ago, ot nearly $700, which was made
up and promptly paid over by Messrs. J.
K. Charlton, Elkins Bros.. J. L. Cowan,
Montague & McCally, A. Saltmnrsh, S. T.
Miller, Joe Nixon, Wm. Foren, A. Greggs,
J. Settle and Charles Ralston. "Veil v good.
The business men of Lebanon go back on
nothing they undertake.
U. P. Sabbath School. Following are
the officers and teachers of the U. P. Sab
bath School for the coming year : Superin
tendent, Dr. G. W. Gray t Assist, Superin
tendent, R. M. Robertson : Secretary, J.
F. McCoy ; Treasurer, L. E. Bid In ; Libra
rian, fc. E. Young ; Assistants, J. T. Tate,
It- A. Foster. Teachers : R. M. Robert.
son, L. E Biain, D. D. Gray, J. F.. Mc
Coy, Mrs. J. H.Foster, Mrs. R.v M. Rob
ertson, Mrs. W. Monteitb, Mrs. M. Russel,
SUKmtJMtii? Mesfjl.- BlainTMIss. JL
Hannon, Miss C. J. Irvine, Miss Lib. Hol-
brook and Miss. Lib. Irvine.
A Good Wokkman. Tlie Titus Bros.
have been so fortunate as to secure the ser
vices ot Mr. T W.1 Woicka, a r first class
watch-maker and jeweler, late of Portland,
who will hereafter aid in repairing,, clean
ing and manufacturing watches jewelry,
etc.. at their place on First street. Mr.
Wolck has a splendid reputation as a
workman, and Is ready to execute tlie most
intricate job In his line, at short notice.
He Is now engaged in manufacturing a
miniature clock, about the size of a watch.
which will be a beantv wlien finished. If
you want to see handsome jewelry and lots
or it, can at ntus Bros.
Neck Broken. During Geo. Knox's
temporary absence at his brother's, Ellis
Knox, some half a mile trora George's,
wno lives at Knox Butte, some one came
to his barn and purloined five sacks of oats.
The thief, it is supposed, frightened one of
George's horses which stood in tlie barn,
and tlie animal in its terro., attempting to
get loose trora the rope fastening it In the
stall, broke its neck.
Rough Trip. Mr. F. S. Crosby and wife
reached this eity last week from Yaquina
Buy. Mr. Crosby was seven days making
the trip, and says the roads are almost im
passable. Mr. C who had charge of the
lighthouse at the Bay for a long period, has
been transferred to the lighthouse at Coos
Bay. As tlie emoluments are greater, we
congratulate friend C. on his good luck.
Received. Miss Holds and Mrs. Enos,
at their establishment on Broadalbin street,
are agents for Dr. Warner's Sanitary Cor
set a combination of corset, skirt-support
er and selLedjusting pads a supply of
which they have just received. This is an
elegant garment, and we have no doubt
there will be a rush to secure them by their
Dont Fail to be There. We are re
quested to say that there will be a meeting
of the members of the Committee on En
tertainment of Linn Engine Co. No. 2, at
Dr. Geo. W. Gray's office, on Monday even
ing next, to complete the details of the
entertainment to be given by the Company
on the 22d of February. It is specially re
quested that every member be present
nuc ation" al monthly. This new
candidate for popular favor ha been re
ceived. It is published at Salem by W. P.
Keady, under the editorial management of
Prof. J. L, Gregg. It Is neatly printed
and nil led with entertaining matter. Will
doubtless prove an entertaining visitor to
those interested on the subject of education.
Tlie stockholders in Linn Engine Com
pany adopted a set of by-laws, Monday
night, for the government of the Directors.
A seal has been ordered and the Board wilt
soon be In readiness to do business on the
"dead thieving square." The first business
transacted, prooably, will be to order the
Secretary to collect the stock subscription.
G'lang. - -"?
MUTATION. James Elkins, Esq., so
long agent for the O. & C. Railroad at this
city, lias resigned. Mr. Wm. B. Rice,
Assistant Superintedent Telegraph Opera
tor for the .Co. will attend to the duties
heretofore performed by Mr. Elkins. Al
though this Increases Billy's labors largely.
It shows that the Company has great con
fidence In his ability to do it satisfactorily
and acceptably. 'Ror for Billy. ' f
And now who doubts that Oregon is the
greatest State In the Union ! A cotempor-
ary says that during July Oregon had forty
clear days and one cloudy ! Who wouldn't
desire to come to a country that has forty- ;
one days to the month, and all of them fair
but one? Beautiful, grand, g'lorious Web-
foot. 5, Vl'i'i -'.i- i.'.,? - -
Leap Year Ball. The Leap year ball
at Harrlsburg on Monday night was a gay
occasion. The married ladies had charge of
the affair, sad of coarse It was success
the most brilliant and satisfactory party.
said our Informant, the Harrlsburgians ever
took part in."
The Dollar WeekJg Bee, printed by the
Bee Hive Company, Portland, of date Jan
uary 6th, Ms been laid on our table. It Is
neatly printed, and altliotigh not very large,
contains quite an amount of interesting
matter, there being no advertisements.
It is a cheap paper at $1 per year, y -
Mr. Kelly having received the contract
for digging the ditch between ; First and
Second streets on Broadalbin, has commenc
ed work and proposes to push it throngh
at once. . ,
Ol. Tompkins, ot liarrtsburg, called a
moment on Monday. Ol. Is not oaiyw
good business man, but one of the way opest
boys In Linn county. .
Air. jarson ana laay, ot ifortiana, came
up on Monday, remaining lu the city until
Thursday. Mr. Carson thinks Albany;. is
the second city in Oregon.
Splendid moonlit nights.
Ground frozen hard Tuesday morning.
Dance at the Opera House this evening.
The Union Grange Store Is selling gobs
of goods. : ' ".
Several pumps frozen up Tuesday morn
ing. , -
Meetings still being
held nightly In the
M. K. Church.
Road supervisors for 1878 have been ap
pointed. For list see elsewhere.
Jas. Elkins talks , of a trip to Ochoco
soon, to looK alter ms biock interests mere.
Judge Strahan, ot Corvallis,
from California on Tuesday.
Our 1 1 lend Holbert, the candy man of
Salem, was In tlie city attending to biz. on
Monday. ' y -
Purser Hatch, ot the City of Salem, shed
the light of bis handsome countenance la
our sanctum on Monday. i
Masonic Hall. The new Masonic hall
at HarrUburg is completed, and will be
dedicated on the 2Uh of June.
Tlie meotbersot the U. P. Church pro
pose having a Sociable soon the exact
time we have not learned. , s
- i - - ' e " '
The Democratic State Central Committee
U called to meet at Portland, on the loth
of February. : . i
At Bell Parker's to where you get
your "warming up" gooas, irom puis to
Bishon Morris held Episcopal services afci
the congregational cnurca aouoay even
ing.' . .: , -.. V;
The col d weather, such as It is, set
the first of the week,
to form thin ice.
Night cold enough
Religious. Meetings every night, we
believe, at the Congregational, Baptist and
Methodist churches. The meetings are
An adjourned meeting of the board of
directors of tlie Oregon Pioneer Association
will be held In the legislative hall, Salem,
on Tuesday, January 12th, 1876, at 2 o'clock
Citt Teacher's Institute. There will
be a meeting this evening (Friday), in
the Central Schoot-house, for. the purpose
ot organizing a City Teacher's Institute.
Y, M. C. A. There will be a meeting of
Christian people in the Congregational
Church, in this city, on Monday evening.
January 17th, for tlie purpose of organiz
ing a Young Men's Christian Association,
Our neighbor the Guard, thinks this office
needs a head ; well perhaps it does but
there Is not enough of that office to attach
a head to. unless the outside ot a sausage
couia oe in us duik on. oime jovmau
Ah boys, boys, cease your conduct.
Removals. Mrs. Stevens has purchased
tlie stock of Mrs. C. C. English, and will
more Into the store at present occupied by
her, on First street, adjoining A. Carotbers
& Co., the first of next month. Mrs. S
has gtven such general satisfaction, that
her business b constantly enlarging, de
manding Iter removal.
Jake Flelschner will remove hb boot and
shoe store Into the Register building In a
few days, corner First and , Ferry streets,
when he will increase his stock largely.
On the evening of the 10th Inst
De Witte Knox, eldest son of Ellis and
Zerilda Knox, aged IS years. 7 months and
16 days, of typhoid fever. He was buri
ed at the family burial ground at Knox
Butte, on Tuesday, Rev. T. B. White, of
this city, official ins.
In this city, on the night of the 12th Inst.,
John Froman, brother of ex-Mayor David
Froman of this city, aged 80 years. De
ceased has been gradually falling for some
time, his prindpie trouble probably, being
asthma. At the hands of" Mrs. David Fro
man, one of the kindest and best of nurses,
he received every attention and care, and
bis pathway to the tomb was made as
smooth and comfortable as warm hearts
and tender care could make U. Deceased
was buried at three o'clock yesterday, Rev
J. Bowersox officiatliur. ' ,
Thcrsdat, Jan. 13, 1876,
Gold In New York, 113.
Wheat quoted at 82,Vc per bushel In this
market.- .- -
Trade during the week has been light.
The market la almost entirely bare ot hams,
bacon and lard.' Butter ; b quoted at S7J4
40c per pound ; egg, 87c per dozen
We have no late Liverpool quotation,
and therefore do not know whether the ad
vance tn the price of wheat In that market.
expected npon the ushering In or the new
year, have been realized or not, A London
telegram of the 10th says : , ' The Mark Lane
Expr" weekly review of the grain trade,
says that In the Paris market, reports of
the reappearance of frost a ires ted the down
ward tendency ot prices, but trade is stag
nant, while In several provincial markets
quotations . are one shilling lower. Some
places In Holland, Belgium and Germany
nave been In sympathy, bat nowhere has
there been snch material reduction as to
cause discontent ot growers with present
rates. St. Petersburgb is unchanged and
Odessa closed so shipments r. Iiom both
places mast cease for some time. In Adel
bide, Australia, whence we were recently
led to expect large shipments, prices hare
suddenly risen five shillings per quarter,
and there b great distantly la securing
wholesale qualities- , ,
ban Francisco dates to the 12tb give
wheat at $1 SCKS1 85 shipping, and fl 80
$1 Vl raiUUig, Oats, general range $2
2 30 per 1G3 s. '
jronianu wheat quotations fl ca per
9 TUB VIMb
Mb. Editob : I wrote yon last from
Pbaenlnx, Jackson county Oregon. - CbrUt
mas eve, after-, enjoying - my turkey, I
packed and lashed my trunk , preparatory
to a fresh start on my journey South.
About six o'clock the stage hove in sight,
looking as picturesque as the Willamette
Chief. Approaching the driver I anxious
ly inquired "liave you a load t " my heart
beating terrifically all the while ler fear of
an affirmative answer. But to my great
relief the answer was iu the negative, and
I was soon occupying a seat in the stage.
Having a good pilot and a fair night for
traveling we launched out into the sea of
mud. We made the first station without
mishap, whcre we added on two ; ' more
horses, for we were nearlng Calltornla,
and It requires a full team to get across tlie
line. The early morning brought us to the
foot ot the mountain, ; tlie early morning
light giving us a final glimpse of dear old
Webfoot, The rala soon commenced pour
ing down In torrents, and any amount of
California soil found its way down to some
lower region.. Here b the most forsaken
country I ever saw. Mud three feet . deep
and water In proportion, and all were fear
ful we would be weather-boood. It rained
more In one day In California than F ever
saw In three days In . Oregon. The rain
helped os. yoo know, almost driving our
"scow" before Jt, etpecbily going down
hill, carrying everything before it. But
we landed on to Yreka, through one ot the
most disagreeable days of my experience,
being Sunday evening. , I was anxious to
see the grand old town, for I tented here
on the present town site, twentyrfour years
ago. I thought It one of the most desert
ed-looklng towns of my knowledge, for
getting, you know, that It was Sunday,
and expecting too see everything in full
blast as they were years agone. But one
of the citizens Informed us that now "busi
ness" was done on week days, and respect
was had for the Sabbath. ' Now Yreka has
1.500 inhabitants, but the town certainly
has a downward tendency look now. How
ever, our landlord was a fine fellow, gave
us plenty to eat and drink we mean tea
and coffee. In the drinking line, of course,
as our crowd were all Good Templars,
and drink only hi cases of necessity and
we soon forgot our troubles. Here we
bid over till six o'clock the next morning.
when we were provided with another mod
scow similar to the one we had been favor
ed with, only smaller, called a 11 -passen
ger. Eight passengers' crowd into tlie
space ot seven feet ! Shvels and axes are
tied on to the stage, and when inquiry was
made, passengers are told they must use
them to dig out with when mired down in
the mud. I have traveled a great deal but
never saw worse stage accommodations or
roads. This to one of the great drawbacks
to emigration to Oregon, and will be until
it Is bridged over by a railway. It b true
there to a better and more convenient route
afforded by old ocean, but nearly or quite
three-fourths of mankind will not trrct the
treacherous waters If they can help them
Getting out of change at Redding, the
next stopping place, I tried to get a green
back changed. A man who lias greenbacks
can always find friends. I was no except
ton to this rule. A friend offered to show
me w here I could get the change, and even
took me by the hand to keep me, doubtless,
from falling Into some pitfall, and safely
conveyed me to a place where I could be
accommodated with coin tor my greenback.
My friend even went so far as to receive
the coin from the bar-keeper and count it
into my hand, and take the greenback from
my hand and place it In tlie keeplug of
tlie bar-keeper. Of course I was thankful
for these little civilities, and bowed my
self out, not wishing to trespass on his val
uable time further. But he followed me,
and remarked, "see liere, loan me some
of that money." I kindly refused, didn't
have It to spare, and Informed htm, as I
was a temperance man and perhaps not so
liable to tall tn the darkness, that I would
not trouble him .farther for hi company,
and asked him to remain where he was a
few momenta until I could get away In
good shape. He seemed totake the hint,
and so I rid myself ot him. f ' '
, Bedding, California, Is a most desobtf
place, and I think the traveler would do
well to have an eye on 'his pocket-book,
and sleep none, for everything costs doub
le that of any other place on the route,
with less accommodations. We slept two
1 tours at thb point, 'starting at one o'clock.
Here we take the railroad. Traveling In
the night, of course one can net see much
of the country. At the approach of day
light we had a fine view of the Sacramento
valley. Tbe'day being clearedded to the
beauty of the scene, and as webowjed along
over the Iron track, we feasted our eyes on
California scenery the most .lovely In the
world. Farmers were everywhere busy,
and I counted ten gang plows plowing In
the field. Wheat here. now looks as it
does In Oiegon In April. ' As we approach
ed Oakland, we find a most magnificent
We are now., tn San Francisco Tills
town surprises us, as we have been lost
several times already, but sueceeled In
finding our way without great difficulty.
When f light out of this magnificent
town and into Quincy, Illinois, you 'will
hear from me again. I will therefore once
more say farewell to all enquiring friends.
. A- B. MORRIS.
3T" If you want to buy the latest style
of lady's Rubber Boots, go to Jake Fletouh
iter's, on First and Broadalbin streets, - ftf
f3rCash paid for Eggs, at J. Flelsdw
tier's, t corner .of First, and f Broadalbin
treeUi,;. " " . . iMfr-r
; i ! "j u'- .,.1 it t til,.
The World Does not Contain a Medicine
that will cure a distressing and dangerous
Congh or Cold as rapidly and certainly as
Bale's Uoskt or if orehogsd aks Tax.
Pike's Too&haeh Drops ear to one
minute. - 13 ..
For all styles ot boots and shoes go to J.
FK-tscnner's, in tne jkecsster euid?ng.
B A N KING
DEroHrra kkceived subject to
check at sigbt. - ,
- Interest allowed on tunc deposits In col n .
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
and Now York, for sale at lowest rates.
, Ooiiectioon miwieand promptly remit ted.
Kefers to H. W. Corbctt, Honry Falling,
W. 8. Ladd.
i Raakbig- boon from S A. Ml tO' P. M.
Albany, Feb. I, l71-3SvS
I. W. BALDWIK,
WILL. PRACTICE IN ALL THS Court
in the Sd, 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts, tn the Supreme Court Of Oregon,
and in .he V. S. lMstrict and Circuit Courts.
Orrica In Parrish brick, (up stairs), in
office occupied by the late H. H. C ran or.
First street, Albany, Oregon. , tolSvS
TUB atAT TEAM STIXJL UTEt,
AND IS FLOURISHING LIKE A esKlflt
bay tree. Thankful for part; fiivorB,
and wUhltiK to merit the continuance ol
the came, the BAT TEAM will always be
ready, mna easily fonnd, to do any hauling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
compensation. tSfiTB flixf
Spatially. A. N. ARNOLU.
torii r : Pronrietor.
Albany Cook Gtore.
DEALER IN MISCELLANEOC6BOOKS,
School Books, Blank Books, Stationery
lanoy Article, .
Book imported to order, at shortest pos
sible notice. v5n30
II. "jr. HOUGHTON, M.
GRADUATE OF THE irjTITEIKITT
Medical College of New York, late
member of Bellovieu H pital Med icnl Col
lege, New Tork. Owici-In A. Carotbers
Co.'a drug store, Albany, Oregon.
W. C. TWEEDALE,
Takaeea, Cigar, Castery Creek I
tSf-Callandtee htm. -- ,
A. CAKOTXIEItS & CO.,
f Dculcra In-
rnEncAU, oius rAurns, era
' All tbe ixjpular
FINK CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Particular care and prompt" riven
Pnyatciaas' prescriptions auu uuujr
lpeS A.' CABOTIIKRS & CO.
Cnn be bad at tbe following places :
Harrtebflrw...... -- Sam. May
Junction City Smith A Brastleld
Brownsville Kirk A Hume
Halaey J. M. Jtprgau
Scio J. J. utwn
Albany Graf A Collar
A full supply can also be obtained al my
Old shop on jnrsi airwi, jviiimy. - mt-j,,,,.
WnT SAY THIS DAMAGING AND
tmuhhuma eomnlaint cannot be
cured, when so many evidences of aucces
mbrbt be placed before you every day
curve of supposed bopeloss canes? tour
physician Informs you that tnelongeryou
allow the complaint to exist, you lessen
, your chances for relief. Experience ha
A. Carsllier Sc. Pile PUla and
S .;.i .'J
are an tbev are Teeommeudoo to be. ' Yi ill
. cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles in
' a very inon time, anu are cunurriwTn vj bjc,
m-t.t ...Hn. t. man , hv n,ll eW V.
press to any point within the V nited States
Addresaf aTcaKOTHERS A CO.,
17v4 Boa 33, Albany, Oregon,
' The Engine firemen are m'ailng ar
rangements Tor a irrana ran at iaue s
nail on wnri&tmas eye.
, FOR PALE !
rjHB CELEBRATED W. A.-WOf.D'S
BEAFBS C HOWKUS.
Wmiattrn Heajeten,'(Wood's Improved.)
rsaauburfl bWlsasrana Vtfa.
The KMaaet ul wirsitagTlirftisra,
, -' ..- i - ' ' ibeat machines on tbeeoast.
Staiuaaa rsretfciis Drill.
fMaur rism, and other machinea
CaU,see,and get prtae and terms before baring i
elsewhere, at my Blacksmith Sh op, corner Seo-
josua uuyonsiu.. AiunT,unH(in.
&r!i ... .. . flUKX WOOD.
Ciiemical , Paint,
. TTIE REST ASD CHEAPEST USED, '
A. C AROTHERS & CO.,
FIRST; STBKET., ALBuVN Y
Xiaree nl TalaabI -Tntct ol
Farming Ijnnd for Sale.;
THRETB IrVKDITED ACRCST'of plow land. SM
of wkic-a is rtt-li bottom lantk On tlMtprwn-
itob .iMif ouiiuinea, nou, mm, granary,
nod&, e.j also good bearing orchard of fruit
mmm-w-nf v UW W WCr MKtBtI MBIISVJI f
60 iiwes of timber land, ash aud maple, the best 1
of fe.s-mlwr land when cleared. A never failing I
tHHS of water runs through tbe farm. - There i
H aiao m sftiendid quarry of Hmo-rtx lc on the
SlBcN Txxwaonoed by exfieart A roek. four
uniu-ed acres era under tence. - It is one- of the
moat desirable and euoapent ftrm in Douglas
eounty. hrinclK miles fpnnvth O.AC rail mut
at Oakland, ror partioulars as. to prioc, etc.
AA--tA(,yy HilA- lt( XBO.
JOHN BRIGGS ,
rlrAlCE8THIS OPPORTUNITY TO INFORSl'
A hla friends and the pnblio generally, that?
be is now settled in bis . ......
on tiie old staud next door toP.C Harper 4 Co .
where can be found as great an assortment ana
as large a-stock of ' ; " . ..
StoTds and illangcs;
aacan be fonnd in any one bouse this side of
Portland, and at as
r'ii-li '- V-i
A-ISO- .:: , ...
Castlron, Bras fcEaamelrd :
; . , h groat variety. Also,
fSalvanlzed Iron,-: .
nlwnvs on hand, and lundo to order, AT IilV--INU
'BATES. . , - -. ...
Albany, OctolMsr S3, 1875-5V8
r , Here's the Place !
! Has received and Is offering for sale a well selec-'
ted stock of ,
i GENERAL MERCHA?JDISE t
Which he is deterinihed to seU '
AT THE LOWESf PltlCESr'
C a s ii , or Merchaiitalire Proiace I
i Please give me a call, and examine
Goods and Prices
S. II. CLAbvnivn. -
Lebanon, Or. 13V
DTTDDT?D T A TTSJrT
TIIK llEST KX Villi
Warranted to five Batlsfactton.
Call at the Drug Store of
BELL Sc PARKEH
First street, Albany, Oregon, and eo Testimo
nials with regard to tbe
Economy, .... .
- . and
-. OF THE-
&nii 1,-0 ,t trmWrm nlr. Ifc is nnt unrctidv for
use in cans of X, 1 and 5 gallons ; also-ln 5 gullou
wooden pails and barrels- Call and see it. .
PROMPT Dellvepjr, at Uvlnjr
HAVING- booitM owt the delivsrv business of
Mr. Lewis Stimson, I beg leave to announce to
tM plti-i and business men of A limn v. that
r iiavM on the streets an esnress and Job wavon
and will be happy to serve all. who may givo
me a can. . ...
All orders- will pa- promptly tKieauou to m
Orders may be left at tne wrng more oi uen
Parker. . ,,. . . ,
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral,
For ntaeaae of tbe Tliroat and Eanga,
neb na an. ix, nnoopisK
CouKti, ISrwnefcllia Aathmaa audi
"" '" dnZ The r few composf-
j tiousvwWch bnve won
f . y the confidence of man-
, T J una ana. uecomw
V" IJk Dll noueenoia worm,
I V3c& among not only one
TFdA but manv nations.
't'! must have oartraordi-
I nary virtues. Perhnp
s aaw jr snoone ever secured
i s a tso wiue a repuiaiiou
; Tu-j cor maintainodx'it so
r-i 1 long as .. Aim's
,A r CHRRItt PECTOBAL. It
f Ilbasbeen known to the
ljm ii public for about fort v
veara. bv a lontr continued series of marvel loo
curt s, thai have won for It a confidence in its
virtues, never equanca oy any oiner uiraieme.
Itstill makes the most effectual cures of
Cough, Cold. Contumption, that can be made
by medical skill. IndeedtheCBERRYPBCTORA&
lias really robbed these dangerous dixenses of
t neir terrors, xo a great mpni, unu givt-n a
feelifur of Immunity from their fatal effects-,
that is well founded, lr the remedy be taken in
season. Every family should have It In their
closet foe the ready and prompt relief of its
memoers. sicKness, suuenng, ann even me
saved by this timely protection. The prudent
should not neglect it, and the wise will not.
awp ir oy you iortno ppnwiiuini, auwun
its timely use iu sudden attacks.
tar. JT. C. AVER Ac CO., K-owetl, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical jnciiits. . .
E3r-Sold bv all DrtiKKista and Drolear in-
Ayer's- Ilalr" .Vigor,
For Meatorfna; ry Hair to Its Xatnral
Tiiaiuy ana tei r.
' sickness, car, dinar. -lioUlment,
position, all turn tlur ..
of them incline it to
shed pictuatnjxilv. -
ATEms Hair Vio-
os, by Vong and ex
N tensive use,- haw
woven that it vtopa
X Itnmetluucly ; often ,
'It W,Wn.,,1,nJ always surely
'fcrtVjc . j restores Its color,
when faded or gray. It stimulates the nu
tritive organs to healty activity, and pre
serves both the hair nnd its beauty. Thus
brash y, weak or. sickly hair becomes glosHy,
plinhle and strengthened ; lost hntr rowi
with lively expression; falling hair is checked
and stabhshed ; thin hair thickens ; and Jaded
or gray hair resume heir ortginnl color. Its
oiierHtion is snrcantf harrnk'w. It cures dan
druff; heals all humors, and keeps the Heuln
cool, dean and soft roi(Jcr which eenOitlensT
aiBefwea of the scalp are tmposslbic. . . - ,
Asa dressing for ladies ban-, the Vtcoti l
praised for its a-ratefot - and acreeable wr
fume, and valued for the soft lusUfaud rich
ness of tane it fan parts.
- PKEPASnk BT-- f- --'r.'..
Dr. X. C, AYES 4k to., KeI1, 9faaa..
j PraoUcai and Analytical Chemihts.
Bold by . all Di-ugguts and Dculera
liouw, for the sum of so0. I hereby warn "r
r"? " pnrcbaws said note, ana Jj.-V
and John Burres from paying the smtt... 7 i,.t
' Albany, Or., Nor. ,1875: - ALI.VEX."