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ALBANY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 15, 1876.
B A N K TNG
TKrOSIT3 RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
Interest allowed oo time deposits in coin.
on PorT'and, Sua Francisco,
J, 7. . "r " at lowest rates.
Collect ion made and promptly remitted.
H. W. Corbet t, Unary Tiling,
BaitAiatf hours from 8A.M.tor. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1S71-22T3 -
A. C A It 01 HERS & CO.,
flBBSBH xsfeffifc IMmP
uuil AiA, OILS, PAIXTS, DV1S
CJLAJ4S, USPS, ETC., ' ,
All the, popular
ri3 E CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
r.nuniar care ana promptness riven
nysiuukus' prescriptions and Family Bee
, A. C AROTHER8 A CO.
"RAnrATE OF THE tXIVEIMin
neauai (.-.otleare of New York, late
member of Bellevieu H pital Medical Col
lege, New Tortc. Office-Is. A. Carothers
m. w. urug wore, Aioany, Oregon.
EPIZOOTICS D1STAX CED.
. ' I
in& smb. l arriXJb LITIS. I
. T . ta rT i-t-ii ifT.- v . I
r ' u f jvi.--n i Llftfi AGREEK I
Jl bav tree. Thankful for r.t bvn I
ciu w&nuuix w IDCni ine Continuance Of I
the same, the BAY TEAM will always be
ready, and easily found, to do any hauling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
ormayiena.i ion. C-f5"l ell very oruoocls
WU V SAY THIS DAMAGIXG A51
troublesome comulaint iniut tw
cured, when so liianv evidence r,f unwm
might be placed beiore yoa every day
oures of BumKHed limu-ii-i. ..aam? v.m.-
hyician informs yoa that t he longeryon I
anow tne comniatnt to exist, vou lessen I
l eomnlaint to exisf . vou lescn
your chances for relief. Experience tun
craym wit in uu caiA
A. Carotbers & Co. Pile Fills and
are all they are Tecommendeo to le win
cnreCbronlc, Wind and Bleeding Files in
a very short time, and are omnfliliii ia uh.
This preparation is sent bv mail or ex
press to any point within the United States
at i o per pacicage.
Address, A. CAROTHERS 4 CO.,
7vS Box 33, AUwmy, Oregon.
The Eugene flremen are inaktisir ar-
raiiffements for a grand ball at Lane's j
iiaii ou nristmjts eve.
Groceries & Provisions,
- XT AS JUST OFKSED HIS SEW GROCER
XA establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with a fresh stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Candies, Cigars, To-
mcow. no., in wmon ne invites the attea
In connection with the store he will keep
a navery. and win always nave oa nana a
xnjj supply oi treBtt oroau, crackers, Ac
cs Call and see me.
" And -:
A. P. CHER BY Proprietor,
Ilisafactares Stean Engines,
Floar and Saw Bliil Macbin
crT. WOOD "WORKING
And all kinds of
AHD BsLASS CAST JSCS.
t ,P rti,.n,Rr tion paid to repairing all
I T B"TtK. Boot and KhM M.k.. m
Jv. eimt of Harper's warehouse, is always on
frsnd to do work at reasonable rates, neat and
IToii&se and. Sign 3?aintor,
ALBANY, : ; OREGON.
f- AiyT-G.-pAPEBHAKGIXG, CALCEMIN.
f",,js.ir:',&c. Having had an expcrl
f u.' " j fi' s in the business in the East, I
t .,-.-..( v r iaranle satintactory work to ail.
- h '.it It iiist street, next door east of Clark
A. i i it- . 89v8
!. 13. IIOYAL
NT a I'l-berPbopon First street
! wwt of f hntupson AIrvings har-
where he wili be pleased to meet all
t wrk in his iiae. Thankful fnr-past
s, h bones by cJose attention to bnsl-
.. t-fi.! it.aarice of the same. Will
..'?- $ on hand a full supply of
ry and Hais? Oils,
f. v.i iitieut in town. Cctaa and see
C.-., I aluusry 5, 1876-23v -
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SK0E9,
REAPERS & MOWERS,
BROADCST SEED '
First street, Albany, Oregon.
St. Charles Hotel,
Comer AVnablugrton and Klrst bt .,
Matthews & Morrison,
House newlv furnished thrnmrhont. The
best, the market affords always on the table. '
Free Coach to and from tbe Uouae,
I. C. H VRS'EK & CO.,
Clotblua;, HooU ud SiUoea), Hats, Uroee-
rlCT, t'nurjr iiaods, Notiuuit, fehotiraua
ud Htstols, Nails, Rope, Mirrors,
Wallpnjier, Wood mil Willow
Ware, Trunk and Valistn,
Iorket Cntlery, &c., Ac,
I Sold very low either for cash, or to prompt pay-
iioo liit; customers on time, v,
TTA VTNG purchased the. entire interest of G.
11 Collar in the late firm of Graf & Collar, in
the furniture business, takes this onmirtnniiv
........... i . i . . 1 ...... i. . . : . : . .- . .
' " " instuniiKs fume v i t.ts.rtt-i tit Atuiiny
and vicinity who have so eeuerouslv natron-
n iiw (i. u.ii i i r7!, 1 1 ii 1 1 v H
mriiutiuuiii.: in uie :.aiiie. an Kinusoi inr-
Bitnre kept on hand and manufactured loonier
at lowest rates. i KJSD UBAF
Aioany, ov. ii-vsns
Raising and 3Soviag Buildings.
WETnE r-DERIGXEP BEG LEAVE TO
announce to the citizens of Albany and
surrounding country that, having mippliei our
selves with the necessary machinery for rais
ing and removing hniidin.TS. we arc ready at all
times to reveive orders for such work, "which
we will do in short order at lowest rates.- We
taken by us
guarantee entire satisfaction in ail work under
nnlris i.t nt it,n T? rnit r ,fnu nn.ntiv
Alba, BANTT, A1XEX CO
or., April 23. 187 S. . is vi
T II (E NIX
Livery iFeed Stable
CUEKR WASHISOTOS A FIRST 6TS.,
AXS. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
CARRIAGE?. BUGGIES, HACKS & SADDLE
horses to let on reasonable terms.
Horses boarded by the day or week.
1 will have some of the travest riira ever turn
ed out, of a livery stable in Albany.
feif HEAEaE and carriages furnished for fu
nerals. Give me a call when you want to ride.
Albany. March 10, 187-2."v8
BOLTS, all Blze and deacrin-
tlons, & general KHELF HARD
WARE -a ruil and eoinnlcte as-
Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
Tin. Cajpcr, Zinc aai Sliest Iron,
on hand for kuc.
The largest and root complete assortment in
Keeiis all kinds of
OILS & WHITE LEAD.
The Finest & turcst Liquors
Always on hand, to be sold for medicinal tises.
&rRimlrina- done neallv. at short notice.
First street, Albany, Oregon. n27vS
Pure and, Fresh
DRUGS AND MEDICINES !
IBl'RftES A JfO HtOlXDER BRACES.
Prescriptions carefully filled. '., 8-15
1LATE OP MICMIOAir)
KJfi on rHJeskins. Casslmeros
v est ings, etc, a larger and better stock
U.an ever before bronght to thi?tnarkefl
cats and makes to order all styles of CJothinr
G. XV. WILCOX, I
OrlCE W,tn 1r- E- fiHffln.'First street
Albany.Orenon. Cis-r.hrnn4V.? h? "!t
vnwuujj uiseases a
Pictures and Picture Frames.
" E. B. PURDOM
Would annonnce to the citfwns of Albanv and
Jl't'JJ-A-' F"1" t famish all kinds
Picl tiri-s framed, snd oi'l frumea reratiDd
eth'.jo on r ira. ti;reet.rne door west of
Lrei4lb:u, and leave jour order.. h.?
CITIZENS ! !
COUr.TRYFtEr. ! ! !
LEND US YOUR TRADE I
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A NEW
and treah assortmen t. of
4c, in Ir. Tate's new brick, Fitst street, where
wouiu ue pieaseu to serve 5-ou with any
thing in our lino.
Our stock was selected lu San Francisco, by
SIR. JOIIX UAKKOWS,
well known in this city, and we feel safe in
satisfaction to all who ravorns with their pat
ronage. . .
We will endeavor Xo keep on hand a full sup-
in their season, at all times.
You are invited to call and see ns.
' UCM Si TATE.
Albany , May 5, ie-S
TTAVING JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP
A A men t of the celebrated new style Combined
STATESMAN GHAI DRILL,
direct from the factory, am now offering extra
inaucemenis to tne farmers of Oregon. Vnst
ot tne oest mrmers in toe state are now using
Saving seed and an increased yield of grain
ie i lie result ui uriinng.
Can be used equally' well as a
Drill or Broadcast Seeder.
The STATESMAN GRAIN DRILL has seen
greatly imnroved for this venr.
Warerooms at my Blacksmith Shop, comerof
second ana r.u.swoi ia streets, Albany, Oregon.
Marcn 31, 1876-28
J. R. . BUlUltm5,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
BROWXSVILLE. LINN CO., OGN.
J. C. POfflXL. Is FLIKJf,
POWELL & FLINN,
Attorneys Ac Cuuuaellors at Law and So
licitors lu t nnuerry,
Alny, Oregon. Collections made and con
veyances protuptly attended to. 1-8
PROMPT Delivery, at Living
HAVING bought ont the delivsry business ot
Mr. Lewis Stiin.wn, I ljeg leave to announce to
tne citizens and business men of Albany, that
I iiave on tbe streets an exoress and tob wa-ron
and will be happy to serve ail who may jjive
uicr u can.
All orders will be promptly attended to at
Ortlei-s may be left at the Dmg Store of Bell A
S. II. CLAUGISTON, PUOPR.,
HOUSE newly fnrnihed throughont. Tbe
tjcst tbe marketsaflord always on the table.
The postoffice js next door to this House, from
wliiclt the stage leaves for Albany at 7 o'clock
A. X. and returning arrives ot 6 o'clock p. M.
Conveyances proisnrod for parties wishing to
visit the Soda Springs. Library' reading-
room, with choice reading matter, for the
gnesis oi tne uouse. apiyovB
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
Corner Firs uid Ferry Rta.,
Watches, Clocks, Silver and Plated
Ware, and Jewelry of every description and of
toe oest uianuiae tones, on nana lor sate at lair
Cleaning and reiiiing Timepieces a
31" Jewelry, etc., repaired and cleaned on
short notice at living rates.
CafGive me a call, and see for yourself.
March 3, 187tt-2vo
J. II. BiRKHART,
Real Estate and CoaTeyaiicisg Agent
com; eh nssT
T71ARMS of all sizes, improved and nnimprov
A? ed, in this and adjacent counties, suitable
for grain -raising, also timbered land and stock
ranches for sale oa easy terms.
Also for sale a number of dwelling houses
and vacant lots in this city.
Parties desiring to either sell or purchase
should call and learn terms and prices before
purchasing elsewhere. . 32 v8
J. D. MCFARLAND. WM. MORGAN.
DIORGAN Oc BIcFARLAIsD,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY! I
- . AND : S-v -': - -
Kea.t Door to Wells, Fargo & Coa Express
Office, Albany, Oregoa. . .
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH EMI
g rants and others good bargains in farms
and small homesteads in Linn and adjoining
counties. Farms in value and size to suit pur-
oil Adorf). '
Also, city property, both improved and on
imnroved. Kentinir farms and ottv property, and collec
tions of all kinds, promptly attended to.
Onr facilities for advertising will enable m
to do more for our patrons -than any other
Agency in the State in onr line.
We also pay special attention to the employ,
ment and labor exchange department.
Aiuany, may uu.
Eath House & Barker
rTXTtTT?STfij irn wAtrt.n HIT.
fully thank the citixens of Allwn at
cinny ior the liberal natrnnaire bestow J OS
htm for tlx, rifC u . , i a . t k.
futures eonrinnation o'f their favors. V tthi
aooommociatlon of transient customer , t
irtiarts In the r.rrprtof town, be tat twn
iannatlittleslimnext dfor to Tayio Iros
haioon, where a good wwkman will aiw .ysb
iT , T. "waj-tu(a pat rots.
O. A. WHITNEY, M.
Graduate of BellevueHpUal Medloal College,
I?liysician and Surgeon,
ALBANY, OBECOy .
TMSEASE3 OF WOMEN A Spunn
XJ Residence in WestlakCa building, eorner
. j . 44
JT. LIXSEY HILL, St. D.,
FFICE -At Bell It Parker's new drna- atom
J RESXDENCE-Seoond street, tetweenrau:
ea auu uivuiguiuvi w
Vliu you wish
or in fact anything ia tfie
CORNER FERRY & FIKST-STrJ-,
; LINES . .
etJQQESTED BV TBI DEATH OF BEV. W. J. BCON
TEITH, WHO DIED AT LAPWA1, IDAHO TJCBBI-
TOBV, ON THE 29TH OF ACGTJ8T, 1876. '
"vre'l done, good and faithful servant, enter
...uu juli iuw oui wiy xioru-'
He was not great in nation's fame ;
He fought not to secure a name
By deeds of power and great display
Of sword and battle's neree array
He sought to elevate mankind,'
To purify the human mind.
And thus lead them to the Cross,
A way from earth and earthly dross.
Hia work on earth was nobly done,
. ' And now be sleeps, an honored one
No human tears can now avail,
But human hearts can tell tbe tale.
How on this earth he sought to do.
By words and actions ever true.
The Master's Will, who sent hlin here
To soothe the heart and dry the tear.
Weep not now that be is gone '. ,
The Master called let him sleep on ;
Those weary limbs have needed rest ;
His spirit lives sapremely blest.
His glorious work on earth is o'er ;
That honored lace we see no more ;
All radiant with the smile of God,
It calmly rests beneath the sod.
Ol'R SEW YORK LETTER
POLITICAL TWO WATS TO MAKE MONEY
1ME BIO BRIDGE OCT OF TOWN THE
( ESCAPED FENIANS BUSINESS.
New York, August 2G, 1S76
lu a previous Jetter I said tbat the Tara
many and Anti-Tatuuiany tactions Would
make up their differences as soon as they
could come to an agreement a3 to an equit
able division of tbe spoils. That time lias
arrived, and per consequence, Tammany
and Anti-raniniany have shaken hands.
and John Morrissey and John Kelly are
lighting together in the pursuit of govern
nient spoils; the bargain was virtually
consummated weeks ago the formal rati-
uioiiuii was inaue last xuesaay. x lie "re
formers" divided up the offices among tlieir
hcuchfuen, down to the last tide-waiter
they fixed nr,on the
- t" VlVlJUIUlg,
and having all this done, tliey inarch on
hand in hand to victory and the spoils; alas.
there is now no At.tt-Tammany Mor-
rissey lias struck hands with Kelly, and
the forty thieves are acting as one man
They have postponed their quarrels as all
Drigands do, till the great prize of federal
plunder is secured.
'l': 1. 1 s . , .
J.I1MCU s running ms, owu campaign, aa
he al ways d id. He has an office in Nassa u
street, at the head of which is his nephew.
Col. Pelton, from which a tou, more or
less, per day, ot documentary lies are
scattered broadcast. At bis house on Gram-
ercy Park he has another bureau to which
only the prominent leaders are admitted.
anu at Washington he has another At
these various places every paper in the
country is taken, they are searched by com
petent persons, and every line favorable
to, or commendatory ot Tiklcn is carefully
cut out, altered and amended so as to be
effective, and printed and sent to country
editors to be copied. To all this matter
the Slippery Samuel carefully attends, and
what pleases his heuchmen better, pays
for it. He is pouring out money like wa
ter, and if cash in hand will elect a Presi
dent he will be elected. But to this he is
vigorously opposed east and west. The
eastern hard-money Democrats don't like
his affiliation with the Democratic repu-
uiationUts of the west, and the western
Democracy know that in electing him they
are certain to be fooled, and both sides,
and all, in fact, who know hiiu at all, know
that all his talk about reform is a sham,
for all his life lie lias been a tricky, corrupt
politician ot tle Van Bnreu school, wno
believes in bribery as the one power for
elevation. The man whose dependence, in
New York is in the most corrupt ring the
world ever aaw is a rather thin "Reform"
The nomination by the Republicans of
xx-Gov. Si organ for Governor of this
State, and Mr. Rogers tor Lieut. Governor,
takes away the last hope the Democracy
have of carrying New York. They hoped
that : the feud existing between Senator
Conkling and the other prominent Repub
licans would divide the party and give
them an easy victory. But to their d&
gust and to tbe delight of alt the good Re
publicans of the State, Cornell, supposed
to be Conkling'a .candidate, : gracefully
withdrew from the contest, and threw all
his 6trengthv,with the opposite faction, and
nominated Morgan. This action thorough
ly unites the party, aud does away with
all doubt as to the vote of the State. Mor
gan is one of the best men in the State ; he
was one of the great war "Governors, and
commands the confidence of men of all
shades of political opinion. He combines
triors strength than any candidate men
tioned, and will sweep the State by a ma-
orlty of 20,000 or more.
This nomination, following the Con
gressional nominations in Ohio, shows that '
the Republican party mean Reform and
are in earnest wheu they say so. In Ohio
the Republicans have nominated Matthews,
Cox, Force, Foster, Garfield, and Monroe,
six of the ablest and purest men in the
State, and everywhere the rule has been,
tbe best." Morgan fn this State ts a con
tinuation of the same policy, and iu the
other States the same rule has obtained.
The election of Hayes Is now a certainty.
If the proper work U put In, and there is
no doubt of that. The country is not yet
ready to go into the hands of the rebels.
VARIOUS WATS TO MAKE MONEY.
A boy over in Brooklyn, whose parents
CcuJd not furnish him the kind ot living he
wanted, conceived the idea of mfti.ip-' h'a
own. How did he do it? Easily enouirh. I
He noticed that thousands of people, tired
of paying two or three prices for gas, had
thrown out their meters and were using
coal oil. The youth knew from experience
that the care of coal oil lamps was the
greatest nuisance In life, and he went to a
dozen or more families and proposed to
clean, trim and fill their lamps and keep
them in order, for ten cents per day. He
scarieu itn twenty, and in a week liad so
many on his hands that he was compelled
e au assistant, ana it went on until
he has now a score or two of boys, under
wages, and is making a great deal of
In unpleasant contrast to this Is that in-
geuious youth who traded on the vanity of
the Brooklyultes po the tune ot some thou
sands of dollars. He prepared a gorgeous
prospectus, announcing tbe publication of
an elite directory that is a directory In
wnich only the residences of tbe first fami
nes would appear. He Went, - of course.
to only the lower, vulgar, rich families,
and so great was their desire to appear
among the nobs that he took In two Collars
each from them about as fast as ho could
get in and out of their bouses. .The police
got on his track, and discovered that he
had no office, no means of getting out "a
directory, or anything else ; that the whole
thing was, in short, a very neat swindle.
He had collected over three thousand dol
the bridge across THE east river
Show some signs of approaching com pie-
"on. une wire has been stretched across.
and Mr. Farrlngton, the head mechanic, j Py th printer; this rale carefully ob
crossed it in a basket. The wire rahlm I served will Insure not only tbe success in
will be immediately stretched, and by next
spring the two cities will be united. The
bridge will be one of the wonders of the
world when completed. The structure Is
so far above the water that the tallest masts
can go under at the highest tide, and as
there are no piers there wili bo no ob-
structionto navigation. The towers are
270 feet above high tide, and the view from
the top is superb. New York, Brooklyn,
aud the numberless cities and villages in
the vicinity, the Bay, both rivers, the
islands, everything for miles around can
be taken in at a glance. The value of
Brooklyn real estate will be greatly en-
hanced by Its completion, as it virtually
makes one city of two. Ot course, there
has been millions stolen from the job ; but
afier all It is a big thing, and the cities are
to be congratulated upon its near coraple-
OUT OF TOWN.
The weather is 'not so horribly warm as it
was. but yet it Is torrid enough to keep the
people out of town. The women who
change their dresses every hour have not yet
enough of gayety,and as there Is no business
In town the men may as well stay away as
not, jbiverytning is dull and dead, andlytin
Ior &ome weeK3 yel- A churches
are mosuy cioseu, tne meatres might as
well be, and for all that Is doing the stores
might as well imitate the churches. It is
growing cooler, however, by degrees, aud
in a few weeKS the deserted streets will
shr w some sign of life again.
Don't put off coming to the great show
much longer. The price of admission has
been put down a half; boarding houses OTer a hundred thousand delighted per
and hotels are cheaper than before the I sous.
opening, and you can come now almost as
cheaply as you can stay at home. The
weather is eettincr cooler, and PhilaeVlnhia
will, in anothe? week, be a delightful
place to stay. The show is now in perfect
order, everything 8 workinz smooth) v.
and It ts worth a year's Income to see it.
wuie, ana come quickly.
THE ESCAPED FENIANS.
It Is only necessary to have the RriH-h
flag in any way humbled to have the Irish
of this city go off in a spasm of delight
J v . "a .our or
five Fenians escaped from the penal colon-
ies in New Sidney, and landed here the
other day. Asa matter of course, the
Irish gave them an ovation ; and equally.
aa a matter of course, zealous Irishmen
who don't like work nvorm.u-i, omm-
organizing for another raid on Canada,
The first sten toward libera tine Ireland u
always to collect a few thousand dollars
from Irish laborers and servant girls, which
uieee- patriots aiwavs succeed fn rlnincr
and living luxuriously for a while, after
wine notning more ts heard of them till
another ODDOrturiitv nrmn. This llrto
game is being played now. and tbe result
is a numoer or insn s pouters are seen on
the streets in gorgeous apparel. A move
ment Is on toot for another- advanrw on
Canada, which -will result, if It goes far
enougn, in anocner inglorious retreat upon
New York. But the servant girls innocent
unngs pay every lime to save "Uia blissiri 1
nvL-h( il ,K i n.i..u
And the O's and the Mae take arfvanta-
of their simplicity every time ; and a
profitable thing they make of it,
yji- - BUSINESS.
There ia none, the weather is hot and
the city is unhealthy. Oh, for the com
ing of autumn! PlETBO.
Mr. Brown, of Brownsville, has fitted
up the depot on tbe O. & C Railroad at
this point, where passengers over the road
will hereafter - take their dinner, as by
change of the time-table the trains are to
pass each other here instead of Tangent,
the trains waiting half an hour for that
Scarlet Fever Thursday ulghfc of
last week Mr. H. W, Wallace lost a little I
me-year oia gin ot scarlet lever. The
four remaining children are sick with the j
same aisease. ....-. .
JMorgan 65 iicl arland's real estate cir-
cuiar ior .feepterober ts out. It is full of
rum njirtyilns . . ' , , I
Do you want to buy a neat, new dwell
ing cheap ? Call at this cKce, if you aisaa
From the San Francisco Jfornln tv:i l
I Following- the' MmlJsml invs t
visit! ii jf Hontgosncrar mtnam - -
ClrewaudCtaravsua of Wild
Manager Queen lias, rather deterr. t
J that the Centennial' shall not be enj-oyt-1
j exclusively by the people of our Eastern
I States, and as California's representative
j showman, he Intends bringing to tbe peo-.
pie's very floors a little world on wheels.
Mr. Oueen rnav be set down as ft modeit
,,uman. and one who would not. for the
ti, vrorlnr-thw, of tl, Comstock lode.
over-exaggerate the attractions of his grest
shows, but as bis resplendent mass of 11-
inrainiitetf magnificence rolls through the
principal thoroughfares, the sight-seer ac
knowledges, for the first to a life time,
that he is not disappointed, and the pen
and ink sketches of th I 'marvelous travel
ing -World's - Fair Is but too briefly
8cribed, la the pages of "Queen's Advance
Herald." It Is a matter of considerable
astonishment and comment how such an
establishment as Mr. Queen's can be made
to pay, aud for the secret we have made
personal application to the head of this
great institution, and will give it lu the
enterprising proprietor's owu language :
When I embarked In the show business,
I was satisfied that there was only one way
to become successful. First, give the peo
ple better than was ever offered for their
money ; second, give them the rarest and
most exitenslve attractions : third, bnytha
best outfit to be had ; fourth, advertise ex
I tensively what you have actually got; fifth.
I never disappoint the public and always
I my business, but all others." He then
I further states that he has expended more
I money refitting his show for the summer
1 of 1876, than tbe original cost of tbe en-
tSre establishment, and with a merry
twinkle In his eye, he smilingly remarked,
as he viewed the vast surging crowds of
PP10 wbo wcr straggling to witness the
I greal Parade M " passed along Kearney
street, "it always pays to get the best,"
1 and 80 we thought as night after night, wo
wc looked upon the immense audiences
that thronged the mighty pavilions to see
u est 8lw in the world, that it always
PaIa" to Set tl, best The procession with
its glittering equippages, the ornate char,
iots of gold,-the sparkling emerald Tab-
tea" ears, the embroidered and silver epan-
g,ed silk a,lu satin banners, the artistically
decorated wild beast cages, aily mounted
armored cavaliers, brightly trapped India,
Jbfephant, the showy showered and plumed
Dromedaries and Camels, the entrancing
music, all contributed to establish confi
dence, and gave evidence of the pore,
chaste, classical, elegant and high-toned
equestrian and calistbenio exhibitions of
the great Queen show, in which renowned
of England, France, Italy,
Prussia, Austria, Russia, South
America aud our own tTnIta.1 Rir,
aembled. each with . frUmiiir d.tu.
tlon to mny oS me Konora in tht) teDto(l
arena. W u,nhi t,- w
many new and difficult feats were la tnru
successfully accomplished, we felt at a loss,
for where all is good, It is not only difficult
but impossible to say which is the best.
Tbe success of Queen's show in San Fran-
cl9CO 18 "amense, nd bag been visited by
l nls grand show will exhibit In this city
on -Tuesday. September 19th, 1876.
I ' ' . f
""J-akies at bcio AND Marion. On
the nigbt of the 6th Scio was visited by
Morria w- vii w tk.i. mi .
" , .
1 T.kL n Ml a nil as Am. m.-. a ..
:" '"""J 7 V Dy Cutting OU6
--JV, "UH ul MW Qa extracted.
-Nothing else molested. D. P. Mason next
received attention, and his Hall's fire-
proof safe was opened by tbe combination
t k t . , J. 7; , ,7W
knobbeSn knocked off and tbe lock driven
through to the Inside with a punch. Hera
I they collected about tSOQ in enin.thn rrat-
I . .. . .
" '""u vl Tvu,l;" was mere oo aeposu,
( distributed as follows : Alexander. $500;
I citv of ficln. ia- i rij, t tk .
I John nsinM xis an . w r im.
Charles Miller, $23 60; Smith & Brown,
$24 50. i They next; pay their compli
ments to Brown, Johnson & Co.'s safe, by
cutting two holes iu tbe front and prying
it open with a pick. They only obtained
about $85 for their trouble. Morrow's tin
shop was entered, but they didn't molest
the' safe, ' Postmaster Jones' premise
were entered and t20 secured. Monf-roia-
tA i r ... .
u wuug lira,
but Montgomery's and one of Mr. D's were
Ieft a short distance from Solo, and two of
Mr. Parley's taken instead. At Marlon
Mr. Hubler lost about $1,600. The suffer
ers offer a reward of $900 for the recovery
of the money. - . .
Sad Affair. The following frosa Newr
port, under date of August 31st, Is from
the Corvallis Gazette: A fatal and very
distressing accident occurred at South
beach last Monday morning. The team of
Janie Keeney' of BrownsvUSe, took frS-ht
nd ran awy wlth the wagon lu which
" ufwi smait uuiaren. two of trem
jumped out ; one, a little girl, was n: 1 . rt:
but tbe other, a little boy Frt..? .s
so severely injured, that ho dieJ t' t
morning. The team ran 24
a s !-'.
the wagon, In which the infant lay
ail the time. .
As the Scrlutures tl! u A
I his lent, in n, ii,t ,
...w p n4i:,i ii.rv.'..
li t - .t . . .
.n iiuw aa uie ori ",.ai r..! t
The Annual Cv- r
C'harth Skwib, I, !iLr