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ALBANY, OREGON, OCTOBER 11, 1876.
B A N K TNG
4 xlTOSITS HKCEIVKD SUBJECT TO
X t check at sight,
lntarest allowed on time deposits in coin,
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
Bd Nw York, for sale at lowest rata..
Collect ions made and promptly remitted.
W. 8. Ladd.
Ranking hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, !H71-22vS
A. CAR0111ERS & CO.,
- LV&lers ln-
UK.ItI-Aia, OIU, PAIJTTS, DYES
UUW, USPS, ETC,
All the popular
rTNK CUTLEB.T. CIGARS, TOBACCO.
tad Toilet: tiooda.
Particular rare and promptness given
r'hysician' prescriptions and Family Bee
A. CAROTHERS A CO.
EI. J. BOLGI1TOX, M. !.,
GRAftl'ATE or THE STITERSlTf I
Medical Colleae of New York, late I
mem'ieroi ueiievteu it -spitm iie.aicni cai
lege. New York. Ofkick-Ik A. Carotbers
A Co.1 drug store, Albany, Oregon.
EPIZOOTICS UlSTAXCEU. 1
THE BAT TEA.M KTILI. LIVEN,
AND IS FLOURISHING LIKE A OB EES
bay tree. Thankful for post favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance of
tbe same, the BAY TEAM will always be
readv. and easily fonttd. to do any hauling
within the city limit, for a reasonable
3TU ell very or tooda
A. N. ARN01.P.
WHY SAY THIS DAMAGING AND
troublesome complaint cannot be
cure 1, when so many evidences of snceoM
initrht be placed before you every day
curts of supnosed hopeless cases? Your
phv-sician informs yon that the longer yon
allow tijeomt4.;W to ciW, yi kum
y?ur chances for relief. jjtgrienee Au
auffiu UiU in all cases. .
A. Carwtbera A Co.'a Pile Fills auad
a.re all they are recommended to be. Will
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles in
a very short time and are convenient to ue.
This nrenuratlon is sent by mail or ex
press to any point within the United States
at 1 -u per nmafge.
Address. v A. CAltOTnEKSA CO.,
7v4 Box 33, AUany, Oregon.
Tle Eusene firemen are making ar-
raiigetnetii for a grand ball at Lane's
tlall oa Liiriscnias eve.
. . rEAI.kS lit -
C2iccrlcs & Provisions,
v 'ALBANY, " OREGON.
fXTAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW GROCER
t J.1 establishment on cornsr of Ellswortn
J und First atreeta. with a fresh stock of
tiroceries. Provisions, Candies, Clears, To-
Dacco, sc., to wnicn an invitos tue uea
. tion of oar citizens.
In connection with the store he will lceep
a Bakery, and will always have on hand a
tail snppiy ox iresn oreau, cracKevs, ax.
(tar" Call and see me.
February 1(44 v4
v , 4nd
A. F. CHEBUY froprletor,
acufactares Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw 31111 SXacfain
ery, . . .
And all kinds of
Particular attention pah to re pairing
EBOTtE. Bm Kbm Maker, 3d door
east of Harper's warehouse, is always on
nana to ao won at reasonaoie rates, neat and
N. X. IIOORE,
House and Sign Painter,
. ALBANY, 5 t PKEGON,
AIJTTNO, PAPEKHANGINO, CALCKMIK
IT inir, Giazlrts, Ac Having had ah exneri
noaof J years iti the onsiness in the Last, I
can safely (rnarantee aarfffactory work to all.
' Khop on First street, next door east of Clark
jc Vryatt- . .
L. B; ROYAL :
HAS OPENED a Barber Shop pn First slreet
on door woat of Trmmpson Irvine's har
m nop, where he will be pleased to meet all
who wish woric in 'him line. Thankful for past
ftronaR, ha hopes by close attention to bnsl
ne.s to merit a continuance at the same. Will
tep constantly on band a fall supply or
rtrftmcry Mr MI,
the beat assortment In town. Com and
Albany, Or., February 3S, yc&9v
" 8. C. 8TOSE, B2.
pnysiolon and surrjeon,
BBOWSSVIi-tE, UKSMOW. '
- . .S . :
OyriCE At tbo Brai Stsrt. 27 s I
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
REAPERS & MOWERS,
First street, Albany, Oregon.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Wnshlucton and First Hta.,
Matthews & Morrison,
Iluue n-wlv furnished throughout. Tlio
bet tbe umrket affords always on the table,
tree (oacli to mid from the llouae.
P. C. IIAUPEIt & CO.,
X3 2L"ST OOOUS.
Clottilux, Bouts mid Maoes, lists,
rf, r'nney Uoixls. Notions, KhotKnos
and l'lstols, Knils, Itopp, Mirront,
Wnll paper, tVood nd Wlllcw
Ware, Trunk aud Vnlls,
. forfeit Cutlery, Ac., Ac,
So!d very low cither for cash, or to prompt pay
ni3 Ina cuxtotners on time. v7
HAVINCi purcha.-ed the entire interest, of t.
Coi.nr la the late tlrtn tif liraf A Collar, in
the fni-niture btisiness, takes this opportuntiy
torotnrn ltis thanks to the citizens of AllKlny
an t vininitv who have senerously patron
ize t him in the pat, and respect rully asK a
continuance of the sauu. (fe3Ail kinds of titr-
nlture kept on hand and nianumcturea tonraer
at iowesi raten. ruj.u uu.ac.
AMiany, Nov. 13-v8n8
Ralsiiis antl SJoving Baildiii?.
tTrg THE UNDERSKiXF.D UEO LEAVE TO
VV announce to the wiiizon of Albany and
snrroundiiis country that, having .utpplie l nnr
sivswitn the nonsHRry machinery for rais-
in aud removing outiumsrs. we are iftiu at u:i
time to receive orders for such work, which
we will do In short or ler at lowest rates. We
Kii.irnntee entire satiwlkctiou in nil work under
taken bv us.
Order left at the ttcacswt oflkxs prompt ry
at-tentedto. Apply to. . , . , .
A.lba, B n , ALLL. . J.
v;r., April io. ici j. -
Livery tPeed Stable
CCK.NEK WASHISOIOS A FIRST STS-,
AXS. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
Carriages, buggies, hacks saddle
horses to let on reasonable terms.
Horses Itoardcd hv the (lav or week.
1 will have some of the snyest ris ever turn
ed out of a livery stable m Albany.
tyS- 1IEAK.SE and can-iages furnished for lu
Give me a call when you want to rMe.
, .3. .U ..IV.m.k u u,
Allianv .Siarch 10, ld76--vS
BOI.T9. all sixe at1 deacrli-
tions, .fe gi-ncral SHELF UAB-
WARE u lull unu complete as-
Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
Till, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron
on nana ior me.
The Goldsmith Range,
' . THE BEST MADE.
Tbe largest and most complete assortment in
Keeps all kinds of '
OILS WHITE . LEAD.
The Finest & Purest L.iquora
Always on band, to be sold for medicinal uses.
ITpimfrlnir done neaUy, at short notice.
First street, Albony, Oregou.
Pure and rresn
DRUGS AND MEDICINES !
MV&STJ AND - SHOVLDCB BRACXS.
KS" Prescriptions carefully filled. 8-15
W.. It. GRAHAM, .
IX.ATB fr MCBIOAIO
TTEEl always on hand roeskins,Casstraerea
esiinK.ic. a larxer and better stock
than ever nolom orouKht. to this market.
Cats and makea to order all styles of Clothing
iur uion mm i ' y &b rauxnwuw raies, fuaran
toetnir satisfaction. ,t
Shop on First street, next door to City Mar
ket, lately occupied by Ir. E. O. Smith. &v8
Pictures and Picture Frames.
E. B. PURDOM
WtfMtlrf annnnnm to the eitixens of Albanv and
I'irinitv.that he is prepared to furnish all kinds
of riCTCKKFKAl JiS to oroer.fct snort nntlca.
Plel nres framed, and old frames ropatrad O.P
at bis office on First street, one door west of
Broadalbin, and leave your order. at--
CITIZENS ! !
COUNTRYMEN ! ! !
LEND US YOUR TRADE !
XXTK II WE JUST OPENED OUT A XEW
V V aud fresh assortment of
Ac, In Dr. Tale's new brick. Fust Btreet, where
we would ins pleased to serve you wuu auj
tliftiv in nnr IftiA.
Our stock was selected in San Francisco, by
Slli. JOHN BARROWS,
well known in this city, and we. feel safa In
satisfaction to all who iavor ns with their pat-
We will endeavor to keep on hand a full sup
in their season, at all times.
You are invited to eail and sec ns.
Albany, May 5. 76-33
HA VINO JU6T RECEIVED A LARC.E SHIP,
tnent of iheuelchi-aied uuw stylo Combined j
Lirill and liroadcast
STiTESliAX GRAIX DRILL,
direct from the fudtoi-v. am now offering extra
inducements to the farmers of Oi-eft""- Most
of t lie best farmer in the Slate are now using
S injj seed and an Increased yield of grain
is the result oi nruniirf.
Can be used equaUy -ell as a
Drill or Broadcast Seeder.
The STATESMAN GRAIN DRILL has been I
irt-r-fttlv imnm?eii lor this Jear.
Warerooms at my Blacksmith Shop, cornerof 1
Second and tliswortu streets, Aioany, uregun.
Harcn 31. 1S76-23
It. R. J. BLACKULItM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
BROWNSVILLE. LIXS CO., OGK.
ATTEMT1UX .IVIi TO ALL
j. c. Powell. t k.isk.
POWELL & FLIN'N.
Attorneys A fouus- Ilors at l.:w nod so-
iieiuns in iiHurt-1 j ,
Altmnv. Orea-oh. X'SilTeefirms made and con
veyances promptly attended to. 1-S
fKOMIT Delivery, at Llvins
1IAVIXG nought out the dellvsry business ol
Mr. Lewis 8t imson. 1 be leave to annonnco to
tne citizens itnd business men of AHntny, that
: have on the streets an extiress and 1ol) watron
and will be happy to serve all who may give
me a can.
All tirders will be promptly attended to at
srmfl.1 tie n,T3.
Orders may be left at the Drug Store of Bell A
S. II.' CL.AUCIITOIV, PROP'S.,
TJOVSE newly furnished thronithout. The
A A best the markotsattoiil always on the table.
The postoftice is next door to this Honse, from
which thestase leaves for Albany at 7 o'clock
a. M ami eetnrn.nir arrives ot ti oVlock p. M.
- Convevances procured for parlies wishing to
visit the Soda Springs. Library and reading
room, with choice reading matter, for the
gnests of the honse. aprsuvs
rx Corner First an 4 ferry Kta.,
fmsm Watches, Clocks, Silver and Plated
Wnm .nil .fowplre nt pvptv descritition and nf I
the best manufactories, on hand ior sale at fair
C3f Cleaning and ipairins Timepieces
snei -.iiilt v. .
fciiS" Jeweiry, etc., repaired and cleaned on
short notice at liymjr rates.
fcj2TGlve tnt a call, and see for yourseU.
March 3, ls7B-'ilv8
J. II. BURKI1ART,
Real Estate and Conyeyancma: Agent, j
t i ubeo.
COB5SR FIRST AKO
FARMS of all sixes, improved and unimprov
ed, in this and adjacent counties, suitable
for grain raising, alo timbered land and slock
ranches for sale on easy terms.
Also for sale a number of dwelling houses
and vacant lots in this city.
Parties desuintf to either sen or purchase
should cau and learn terms and prices netore
purcnasing eisewiicre. osvo
J. D. MCFARLAND. WM. MORGAN.
MORGAN 6c ftcFARLAXD,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY!!
. AND :
Xoxt Door to Wells, Fariro & Co'a Expreaa
OlDee, Albany, Oregon.
nnt mtc TRRPARED TO FURNISH EMI-
W it rants and others pood barjruins In farms I
and small homesteads in Linn and adjoining:
count ies. Farms in value ana size to suit pur;
Also, city property, both Improved and nn-
''itoinimtfarms and city property, and collec-.
tionsof all kinds, promptly attended to.
nn. s..iiittna fnr ort vnrt isina will enable us
to do more for our patro"1 than ty1? other
Apency in me state in our iiiiD. - .
We rtso pay special artention to the employ.
men t and mnor exenauuo vki vmv. :.
, Albany, May ISlt
Dath House & Barber Si jp.
rniIE UNDERSIGNED WOtTM BE. tCT-
A fullv thank thecitizens of Alban at I
cinltv for tbe liberal patronatfo bestow I on
future a continuation of their favors. F riht
accommodation of transient customer . in
frieads in the upper part of town, he I . ipen
ed a neat lit t ie shop next door to Tay:o ii o.
Saloon, where a snnd workman will alw .rsbi
i n i.M)nune to wait upon patron..
XrTrV. Urn tOi. . T Ka.
G. A. WHITNEY, M.
Graduate of Belle vue Hospital Medical College,
Physician and Surgeon,
ALBANY, smECOM, -
T-VTSEASEB OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY.
U Residence in- West lake's buildinz. corner
of First ana uoa sireeu va-n
J. LKSEV IIILE, 81. D.,
FFICE At Bell A Parker" new drue store.
J ItESIOKJJCE-Seoond street, between rail-
road and .Montgomery.
3, W. WILCOX,
"VFFICK with Dr. E. H. Griffin. First street.
V A wan v, Oregon
E3rChronlo. disease a
specialty. . s
A FTES "A. PRACTICE OF MEDICINE fOB
tiler's Drug Store. RESIDENCE Corner of
Montgomery and Eighth streets, nortneast oi
railroad ucpoi. i vonoui
When you wish
j p JXNTIIG"
' Horse Bills,
or in fact anything iu the
call at th
CQJtKEB FERRY A FIRST-STsi.,
We issue on Wednesday to give our boys
a dunce to go to the State IjjKV
Dnring the present week yon can go to
the Suite Fair at Salem and return to this
citv, over the O. & C. Railroad, for the
sum of $1 75.
APPOINTED. The tollowlrg persona
liave been appointed to attend the State
University from this county : C. A. Woody,
J. F. Hill. G. W. Settlemolr. Wm. Rec
tor. Thornus, Elmer and Clifton Cleaver,
Edward Geary And ,Miss Minnie Allison
The University opens on the loth" last.
Immediately after tbe Hayes and Wheeler
Club was called to order last Friday even
Ing, Mr. Dr. Whitney, at the request of
many friends, came forward and sang
"Red White and Blue" In such manner
to "bring down" the house lu most tumul
'Squire Dick Powers, of Lebanon, was in
this city on Saturday. HI friends and
neighbors In Lebanon raied bv subscrip
tion some $SQ, with which Dick was laying
in a supply of iron and tools with which to
commence vork In his new shop, which he
expect will be ready this week.
Through the . energy and efficiency ot
Rev. Mr. DeVore, pastor of the Methodist
church in this city, the church debt will
I fooii be paid, the church building repaired
and renovated, and the society thus be
placed on an even footing witb the other
churches of this city.
Sesatob Mitchell Addresses the
Hayes and Wheeler Club on Fridny even
ing. October 13th, at the Court House-
The Senator is one of the most eloquent
speakers on the Pacific coast, and will be
! greeted by a crowded house. Tlie Glee
I Club will be on hand with new songs.
Thanksgiving Fair. The Ladles Aid
Society has received so many calls, during
the last few weeks, for aid, that the treas
ury is prety well exhausted. As a means
; of refilling the treasury, so that the Society
may still be able to assist the needy, the
ladies have determined to hok" a fair and
; sociable on Thanksgiving evening. It will
afford an elegant time for our people, at
the monev donated will never
'Ror for the fair and sociable.
Sad. Mr. J. G. Anderson, aged abou$
23 year, died early on Saturday morning,
alter a short illness. Although a resident
of this r,Hy but a short time, by his urban
ity and gonllemanly deportment, he had
made Djnny tv&rm friends. So far as we
know, the only relative he had in this
country was a brother," about 18 yeara of
age, who arrived here from Missouri a few
hours before bis death. A pnrse was made
by the friends of deceased Mifflcient to cov
er the expenses ct burial, and he was laid
away Death the clods of the valley on Sat
urday evening, sincerely mourned by all
who knew him. Ret in peTacei '
An Old Piokeer 6bSEl-i-On tltsf 7th
lust.. William AllphC aged 78 yefrs and
about nine miles north of this city. De
ceased was born in Boone Co.. Kentucky,
In 1797, where he resided until hi majori
ty, when he received the contract to burn
the brick to be used in the erection of the
State Capitol building nt Indianapolis,
Indiana. From Indiana deceased remov
ed to Illinois where he resided ten years.
In 1S47 lie crossed the plains, arriving in
Oregon in the fall of that year and settling
in Linn county, where he has resitted ever
since. Deceased was elected and served
two terms acceptably Injthe Oregon Terri
torial Legislature, A good man has gone
to his ret. .Deceased leaves a wife and
eight grown-up children to mourn his loss
Peace to his ashes.
A Severe Attack. Last week Mr.
Cat-others, ot A. Carothers & Co., drug
gists of this city. Started for Yaquinia Bay
to spend a few days In recreation, after tin
unusually laborious season's work.. Arrl
ving at Elk Oily he was prostrated by an
attack ot congestion of the brain. As soon
as the news reached this city, Mrs. Caroth
ers, R. Suit marsh and Dr. Boiighton star
ted for Elk City, arriving tliere Friday
evening. They found Andy In a very
precaiipus condition, but by the exercise of
great care they succeeded 1 getting hlrn
back to this pity, at riving here late Satur
day evenings ' With careful nursing, and
under th care ot Dr. Boughton, Mr. Ca
rothers l"slowly recovering.
Club Meeteno. The Hayes and
Wheeler Club met at tile Court House last
Friday evening, and tteia addressd by Dr.
Watvo Yamhill, candidate for Pres'den
tial Elector on the Republican ticket for
Oregon, "the speech was one of the best
delivered during the campaign, and was
received with unbounded enthusiasm, by
the large, audience . that fillet! the Court
House, v The Doctor's speech was absolute
ly unanswerable, and produced a marked
etfet-f upon the aud'ence for good. Our
next Congressman, Dick Williams, was
present, and was loudly called for ; but
owing to the lateness of the hour he did
not attempt a speech. The Glee Club f urn
islied r most excellent music. An able
speaker lias been secured for Friday even
log. tbe regular Club night.
Jury List. Followlnz is the list of
jurors who have been drawn to serve at I to
the October term of the Circuit Court for
this county :
B. W. Cooper, farmer. Albany.
A. Gross, hotel keeper. Brownsville.
Jos. narrlson, farmer, Brownsville.
J. O. Bpshnell, farmer. Albany.
J. W. Clever, farmer. Center.
11. N. Dtu thick, farmer, Santiam.
O. Jennings, farmer, Waterloo.
- Alf. Wheeler, farmer, Center,
, Milton Hyde, tarmer, Albany.
" J. W. Tyeer, farmer, Brownsville.
D. S. Bnsey, farmer. Halsey. ,
O. P Coshow, merchant, Brownsville.
M. B. Smitii, farmer, Browusvlile. ...
' C. T. Leever, fanner, Santlatn.
W. J. Phil pot, larnier, Brush Creek.
O. Burtbttrt. farmer, Lebanon.
S. Froman, farmer, Albany.
N. "0,! McDonald, farmer, Franklin
Butte, .tfr '
B. wi Poindextcr. farnier, Waterloo.
B. W. Cundiff. taason, Albany.
Alex. Morttgomery, farmer. Solo.
D. F. Crabtree, farmer, Santiatn.
Jessie Barr, farmer. Sweet Home.
Isora Walker, farmer, Albany.
Thos. Weger, farmer, HarrUbiirg, ,
John Beard, farmer, Lebanon.
J. J. Vernon, farmer, Halsey.
Jos. BHyeu. Sr., farmer, Scio.
Thos. Ulner, farmer. Halsey.
Geo. V. Gray. dentlst, Albany.
Jno. W. Gains, larmer, Santiam,
Political Discussion. The discussion
on Thursday afternoon, between Hon. R.
Williams and Lnfe Lane, was entirely a
one-sided affair,' Mr. Williams being per
fect master of the situation. Lafe Lane,
upon being taken to task for his weak ef
fort, replied that he was all bunged up."
Yes, poor fellow, he gave every evidence
of being badly demoralized ; and matters
will grow worse and worse with hltu, un
til the 7th of November, when he vvi'l "go
out," politically, entirely.
Mr. L. L. Brown, flndina' his ntt.irti'rs
at the depot enlirley to restricted to feed the
immense travel over the O. fc C- Kail way.
has secured a portion of the Mammoth
Warehouse, where he now lias room to
dine over a hundred people at the first
table. And they don't set a better table any
where than Mr. Brown does.
Albany Engine Company, haying con
cluded to enter tor the prize offered by the
State Agricultural Society for the best hand
engine, -will go down on ' Thursday morn-
Ing. pn&Hbly reuix.i!g the same evening.
Wo are among those who believe our One-
rstera will walk awav with the medal.
Eor lor Ones.
Headache. As a remerlv for hendaclio
Pond's Kxlract is nsetl with much beiirfit,
by bathing the forehead, with it and taklnft
ten or fifteen drops internally. It Is most
useful In headaches of a onaestire charac
ter, attended with a fulness, heaviness and
tension in the head, atid especially wlicre
headache's are attended with or are liable
to result In nose bleed, the forehead my be
bathed or a cloth, wet in the Lxtracr, and
taken Inwardly, dose as above, repeat in au
hour, If necessary. .
Last Thursday Wilbur We-sl lake's team
ran away. In some manner tibtir reoeiv-
ed a Kaeh on the forehead, which may leave
an ugly scar. The runaway was caused by
the doubletrees becoming detatched Irom
the tongue of the wagon.
r bee LCXCn. l'arties storing gram
with Blain, Sox & Co., at the Mammoth
Warehouse, will get a tree lunch, f Just
think of that, when you get into the city
about noon, as hungry as you ever get.
Miss : A Word in Your Ear. The next
fine afternoon that you saunter out, buy a
hoir nt Gi.rvN'S Sni.miTTR Snip, r That.
admirable purifier will remove every one of
those Dimples which detract so much from
vonr beauty. f
Religious. Rev. Dr. Irvine tvill occupy
tiii nninit n h r.!n,iu rhnn.ii
three miles east of tills city, near Knox's j
Butte, on Sunday next at 3 o'clock
All are invited.
Mrs. S. A. Shephnrd delivers a lecture
on temperance at the Baptist church this
(Wednesday) evening. No admission fee
charged, but a collection will be taken up
alter the lecture.
See Sherman & Hyde's new double col
umn ad.- For anythlne In the line of
music and musical Instruments, order of
them. -f j
The Ladies Aid Poctett Meets next
Wednesday (lsth Inst), at the residence of
Mrs. Jas. II. Foster. A full attendance
is desired. I
Mr, J. Mendenliall and wife, came into
this city, from their farm on tbe Cascade
wagon road, on Monday, both looking in
During a runaway Saturday night, the
driver, a young man named Wm. McMa
hon. was thrown from the watron, se
verely bruising an arm and leg.
October 3d. 1876, at Principia Academy.
Brownsville, by Rev. VT. R. Bishop, Mr.
J. M. Galbrsith atd Louisa Caroline, all
ot Brownsville, Linn county, Oregon.
Eveiybody's gone tovtho State Fan that
could possibl-fOjeet away, and oar city,
therefore. Isn't the liveliest In tl world.
if m i i" - ;.-lVt
That "straight out'' smoking tobacco at
a . Carothers & ICVSV seems to meet, the
fullest approbation ot " smokers generally
Mm. Butler started on a visit to the
Eastern States last. week. ;"
Half-sheet tins weeK, as we are fe" v .
the State Fair.
Wheat Is still looking up, witll chance
In favor ol an advance."
Opt. N. B. Humi)hrey is suffering with
a catarrh on his left hand.
There'll be a general ruh for the State
Fair on Thursday.
Sllgbt rainfall Monday night.
greatly' needed. ' . ' .-''
Good butter has been scarce in thia mar
ket for some days.
Political matters laid over for a week.
when they will receive due attention.
Joe Webber and Chaa. KieferJ have .M
stand at the Stlte Fair.
Nice Hats. The new style Hayes and.
Wheeler hats, just received at S.E. Young's,
are the nicest in the market.
Half-fare tickets over the O. & C. Rail
way to the State Fair, will hold good until
We hcur of one man who still had forty
acres of wheat to harvest, and his harvest
er buste-d on him, Monday r. m. -
Sickness. A good deal of unwelluess
reported hereabouts, and more predicted
unless we have a good fall of rain soon.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE,
i. . I,. i
Gold in New Yotk. 1094'.
Legal tenders, 9091 c.
Wheat, G5c bushel.
Oats, 37c bushel.'
Butter. 25330c V pound.
Eggs, 25c dozen.
Chickens, f 2 50 $3 00 f dozen.
Beefon foot, 3c ; pork, do , 6c net.
Bacon Sides, 13c; hams, 15c; shoulders.
Dried apple, Cc; plyms, 12c
Liverpool wheat market, Oct. 9th: Av-
eraS lOsldSlOsM; club, 10s5d3108d.
Ex-Gov. Addison C. Gibba will speak
upon the political Issues Of tao day as fol
At Oakland. Friday. Oct. 13th.
At Wiibur, Saturday, Oct. 11th.
. Speaking to commence at 1 P. m.
Ev-ri-body invited, including the l.idU-s.
RtXiaicr? Services. Rev. J. F. DeVore will
hold services In the hrpwn M. E. church in this
city on Sabbath, morning and evening;. 6un-
day School at 2:83 P. M. Prayer pieetiny each
XbursUay evening. '
W. H. McFAELAitp-The m-cU known Stove
Dealer, is agent for the Justly celebrated. Rich
mond Range, manufactured at Norwich, Conn.
This is now acknowledged to be the best and
most economical cooking apparatus in the world.
Tbe public are invited to call and examine this
beautiful and useful article. A fine stock of
pumps, tinware aud cook Insr utensils of every
j desirable kind, constantly on hand, or made to
I order at the lowest living fates.
At Home. Dr. G. W. Gray hag re
I turned from bis Centennial trip, aixi can
now be found at bis office, In the Parrish
brick, up stairs, by all who desire dental
work of any kind. 46v7...
Steam Engine and Boiler. If joii
want to purclwse a good steam engine and
boiler, very cheap, apply to E. Carter &
Co., at their sash and door factory in Al
bany 16 horse power.
To Sbalte, or not to -Iiak.?
Ave, that U the question. Is it better to
quiver in the paroxysms of fever aud ague
or to on 1 1 km tne atrocious cusese uy it
course of that standard anti-febrile remedy,1
i Ilostetter's Uttters. There cannot 1)0
I much doubt as to the respouso of the ma
I i;iri:i-su iLKe.ii to tins inuuiry. t rum rverj
locality on this continent whoS inhabit-
ants are tormented with tne sniverinsr
. i a ,1 -..J r .w-
only genuine preventive and eradicant ot
M. J malaria provided by science. The denizeus
of fever and ague districts well know now
utterly Inadequate to do more than give a
brlel respite are the so-called remedies of.
the faculty.- Quinine, arsenic, bismuth
what are these but poisonous palliatives,
which cease after a time to produce any
tK-neflclal effect whatever, and if persisted
in wreak Irreparable mischief upon the
svstem ? Everywhere they are being aban
doned by Intelligent persons, and that gen
uine vegetable specille ror intermittent anq
remittent disease, Hostettcr's Bitters, sub
stituted in their place.
From Bet. Sylvanns obi. of Itoaton,
formerly lvdltor of the fIrtoUan
-' I rtemau."
Dear Sir It may be some satisfaction to
vou to be informed of the result of the trial
bf the Peruvian Syrup In my family. My
daughter was brought low by a typhoid
fever last spring, aud after the fever left
her she continued very weak, aud tho
simplest food distressed her. For months
she remainl In the sanie debilitated con
dition : but from tho first of September ,
i!l8t, when she commenced taking tne Syr- 1
nn the digestive functions improved, and
she steadily gained strength and Vivacity ;
and now, after taking two bottles, she U
restored to a good state of health ; Indeed
she appears more really healthy than she
has for seveal years past. I am of opinion
that tbe Protoxide ot Iron " contained lri
the Peruvian Syrup, was adapted to her
case, aud effected what no other known
medicine could have effected.
- Yours truly.' 8. COBB.
Sold by all druggists. ' '
A Drowning; San will eatcb as m Straw."
" If he catch It.5 It : wtll do hirri no good.
Thousands ot people" who have neglected
coHU and coughs until they twve become
dangerous,' will-rush to almost every no. .
trmn tor reitei. i nw is wny o many ex
periments are tried by the sufferers. Go to
vour druggist, buy a bottle of Wistar's
Balsam op Wild Cherry, and w-tc with
confidence. It will benefit at once attdult'ti
inately cure. . It is no straw ; it Is a cable:'
well tried ; liold ou to it and bo saved.
Sold by 4)1 druggist". CVt