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ALBANY, OREGON, OCTOBER 20, 1876.
B A NKING
l-ttPoPtT'?, RECEIVED PUUJECT- TO
A f check at fiir lit;
Jrttetst allfw ed on time depositsln coin.
Exchange en Portland, San Francisco,
nd New York, for wile tit lotrort rotes.
Collect tons uinde and prompt j y retn Itted.
Refers to II. W. Corbett, Uenry Failing,
IfenkiitX hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
AUm-ny, Feb. L l7l-22v3
A. C.i&OTHERS & CO.,
t'UEIIiaLS, OIL, PAINTS, 1VKS
LANS, LAMPS, ETC.,
All the popular
I AT EXT JIEDItnES,
riNK CUTLKEY, CUiAES, TOBACCO,
MOTIONS rF.RFt MUtY,
nnd Toilet: Goads.
Particular enre and promptness pwen
Physicians' prescriptions aud Family Rec
MM" A. OAUOTIIERS A CO.
ii. jr. iioiriiiiTox, m. s.,
Ct RAOl'ATK OF THE 1 XIVEIftlTY
X Medical 1'olietre of New York, late
memiicrof Bellevieu H -spital Medical Col
Vr;rc. Now Y"orlf. OKKirK-lM A. Cat-others
A Cu.'s drug "tore, Albany, Oregon.
THE BAY TEAM STILL UYIS,
A NI IS FLOrRlSinXfi I.IKK A GUEFJJ
XV lwv Ire. Thankful for past favors.
m KpMlaltj c
A. N. ARXOUi.
WHY" fY THIS DAMAGING AND
troublesome coiuplaint cannot be
core 1, when so many evidences of siu-ces-i
mi-?ht lie placed teir yea every day
cures of sunnosed hopelts cwses? Y'our
physician informs you that the lonferyou
tllow Uie complaint to exist, you lessen
your chances for relief. i.VKTViiee hat
aught this in all oiJf.
A. C'auroUicnt A C'o.'s Pile I'illM nud
are all they are recimuendeo to he. Will
care Chronic, Udndand fileedinj? Piles in
a very short i ime and are emir- nt to uw.
This preparation is sent ly mail or ex
press to any point wilhin the United States
at 1 50 per paekiixe.
Address. A. CAKOT ITERS & CO.,
I7v5 Box-34, Alliany, Oregon.
The "Eugene firemen are making ar
rangements for a grand Uill iit Ltinc's
. Hall on Christmas ere.
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW GROCER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with a fresh stock ot
dirooeries. Provisions, Candies, t'istars, To-h-eoo,
Ac., to which he invite the at ten
lion of our citizens.
In connection with the store he will keep
a Wakerv.and will always have o hand a
fall supply of fresh Ureail, crackers, Ac
C2 Call and see the.
February 16-14 v4
ALB AX Y FOUNDRY
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
. ALIJANY, OREGON,
Slanufactares Steam EngiHCs,
flour and Saw Mill Slacliin-
erJ" . ,
Aad all kinds of
HO!! AX BWASS C ASTINW1S.
Particular attention paid to repairing all
kinds of nachtocry. Sv3
'O BOTI.E, B4BniM JmMr,)il door
XU east of Harrier's warehouse, is always on
ljand to do work at reasonable EMtes, neat nnd
N. T. MOORE,
flouse and Sigii Painter,
ALBANY, : - OREGON.
fRlUlSlSG, P APERn ANOING,
V lnf, Olazini;, Ac. Marinir hn
tind An exneri-
ence of 2S vears in the business in the East. I
n miieiy Kuaranteeaattstaetory worn to an.
. (2I,H First street, next door east of Clark
L. 13.' HOYAL
rork Ik iin.. TiTT -iti.r. T .
Vf?."' boJ attention to bnsi-
CZTr, .r,.T' ,nc'; oosiMe. Will
Tr-rwuj m nwu a iiut auppiy jf
Perftemvry and Hair oils.
w oesi. uwnmeoi In town. Cotne aed see
Albany, Or., February 23, 187j6-23v8
tk C 8TOXE, M. !..
Physician and Gurceon
and wishing to merit t he com innanec ot i 1 . " 1111 ' -,V, i. V" ;WV...
t be same, the BAY TEAM will ulwarshe. wui.im.anee ot the same. All kni is ot n, .
ira lv, and esiv found, to do an v haulin- ! ","re k "! 5"' 1,u,, t Il"a V'. ' V. l'v
within the cltv limits, tiir a vrasomilik' ' r?.,,'i-, , i i.r.o .
ion. t3Tli ellvery or oorts --..
frriCE-A th rrjr Store.
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
REAPERS & LOWERS,
first sfrcpt, Albany, Oregon.
St. -Charles Hotel,
Corner Waiililsssrton and First Sis.,
Katthews & Morrison,
House ncrlv furnished throughout. " TliP
best the market ailii ids always on liiu table.'
f ree ( auvh to mid from tlie Hume
I V. HA!llt:R,& CO.,
- Dealers in -
23 "S" d- O Q X S .
Cl:ULi;i, Roots nil Mines, lints, iroef-rlr-s,
Fnnry Ctoodrt, Notion. Mots:"i
itud I'lxtol, N.iils, KCne. Hlrroin,
Wnllpajirr, Wood and W lllow
Warr, '2'runk.o Yali.',
Iocltet Oitlci-y, Ac Ac,
SoM vci'v low either for cash, or to psompl pay;
' inj; t-.Komw mi Ihw. v7
HAVTNtJ purchased tl: em ire Interest of V,.
Collar in the late firm of Ural' ,t Collar, in
the furniture business, takes this opportnnil y
to return his thanks to the citizens of Albany
and vieinitv ho have so sreneronsly pati-ou-
Rttitin? siiiil !5Iovis SStiildings.
TXTETHK T-NDEUSIONKl I'.Eli LEAVE TO
V uniiouiiiv to the iti:i :is of Albany and
snrroiindintr country that, ha . iusi v.uelied onr
selvoswiili tlie nei- s-:r. v machinery for mis
imi and removinir buiMins. we are ready at all
times to l-eisive -ot-.ters tor such work, which
wc wi'.l do in short or ler at lowest rates. We
guarantee entire ?atisi"ac!ioii in ail work under
taken bv us.
or lers let! at the i:i:i;isTKi: ott'.i e promptly
t united to. Apniy to.
Vllia, KVNTY", AI.I.EN CO.
Or., April 2S. lsr.l. it:vT
.1 II CIC IS" I 1X1
CtmXKR WASHINGTON riK--T tfTS.,
A:,S. M IlvSIiALL, Proprietor.
CARRIAGES, l'.fiiiilKS, HACKS A SADDLE
hrses to let on reasonable tertirs.
Horses bo:,rdcd bv tlie lav or week.
I will have some ot the jra"vest l ias ever turn-
'd e.it oft liverv St."1.1-?."1 lo AlbHtiy.
si-i;- IiyAUSE aiul carriages furnished for fu
titve rat a call when you want to ride.
" ASS. MARSHALL.
AilKinv. March in. l7K-2-.M
BOLT nil is.v uinJ leerip-
tions, V gt steral WlBSvl.S" SIAICfi.
WAiU:-a ful! itJKl t'lHiiplcie us
Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
Tin, Copper, Zinc - anil Slieet Iron,
on liurirf for eitU;.
The Goldsmith Range,
THE BEST MADE.
The largest and most complete assortment in
Keeps all kinds of
OILS & WHITE LEAD.
. Tlie I"iJiC!t &. lurest l.iqnor
Always on hand, to be sold for medicinal uses.
e-Vj-Pcpjiiriiiu done neatly, at short notiee.
First street, Alhatiy, Oregon.- n27v8
I'urc and FreSi
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
TKrssES Aan uri4 bbaces.
jj- Prescriptions carefully filled.. 8-15
W. It, IIAIIA!V,
jtiATB Or SIKUIGAN)
KFEl'Salwavson liand Toekin9,CsiiTieres
Yeitiinis.ctc., a Uir-ier and lietter stock
than ever la-fore bmntcnt to t Inn market. .
Cuts and makes to order all stylesof Clot lnnjf
for men and noys, at ruu
MttPlod "V K; O. Smit h.. 2 8
Pi.ture mid I'iclurc Frame"
T. T5. PUItDOM
Would announce to the citlsiens of Albany and
vieiiutv.that he is prcwred to furnish all kinds
of IMCTUKK FBAJ'SS to order.at short notice.
ixni..M.u.fH..n.ri ni fiKiriiu rrnairRd Ul'
at h Mortice on First street, on door mtsitn
Wtx-adalbln-. and leave onr awi-
CITIZENS ! !
LEND US YOUR TRADE !
Y"E II AVE JUST OPENED OUT A NEW
m and fresh assort meut of
GROC ERI 12 ,
Ac. in lr. Tale's new brick. First street, where
we would Dc p;eaa to serve you witu any
thins in our line. i
our stock was Selected In Snn Francisco, ly
sin. ionx BARROWS,
well known ill this city, and tre feel safe in
satisfaction to all who invor Ms with their pnt-
roiuige. - " - ' . "
We will endeavor to keep on hand a full sup
in their a awn. at all times.
Von are invited to cU and we lis,
I l M.i ll A TATS:.
Albany, May 3, "7C-33
HAVINft .TCST DECEIVED A i.AR;EPUlP
nieiit of theeelchrateU new stile Combined
Drill and Broadcast
direct from the factory, am now offering extra
inducements to 1 he farmers of Oregon. Mst
of 1 he'ltest farmers in the State aio now using
s.-i vim; seed and an increased j ield of fjrain
is the result of drilling. i
Can be used ciiuully wcil as a i
Orill or Broadcast Seeder.
The STATESMAN ;UAIN DRIII. lifts been
.-r ; 1 v imoroved for this vear.
Waieroonis at my Illacksniitli Shot, cornerof
Sucon.taud E.lsvvortli titiv.l Albany, oi-eyon
Jlami 31. H7i-2!
i. ic. -v. m.At siitnt,
ATTOIiXEY AT LAW,
l.i:OWNSVII.I.E. I.IN'N CO., OtSN.
ATTENTION ;ITEX TO A I.I.
POWELL iv: ri.INN
Attorneys A Cmmsi l tor at I.nw and So
HciUkib tit Imm-erj, .
Albany, Oi-e-jon. Collections made and con
vey anccs promptly attended io. 1-3
KOS3IT It!lvcrj at
I.! I ins
HA VINO louht out the de'.ivsrv hnsiness ot
Mr. Lewis Stints in, I nii leave 1 announce to
lie ciiixens an I hnsiness men oi Ainany, mat
iiave on the sTreets an express auu to:i waon
nd will bo happy to serve all who may yive
me a call.
All orders will he promptly altcncteu to nt
irdcrs may he lelt at the Drug Store ot lieu
S. II. CX.rOHT, PROFB.,
HOt'SE newlv furnishe.l throughout. The
lH;st the markets a ll'orii always on the table.
The liostolllee is next donr to this FloMse. from
which the staue lewfs wrAioany at o hock
a. i. and return .nit arrives ot b o cloeK v. M.
Con vevancc. procured for ;iities wishing to
visit the Soda Springs. Library and rcadintr
room. with ehoiee readinir matter, for the
guests of the house. uprSOvU
WATfiniARCR & j JEWELER,
Corner First nnd Kerry Kta.,
ALU ANT, KEUON.
Watches, Clocks, Silver and Plated
Ware, and Jewclrv of everv description and of
tne oest mauuiaciones, on iwiiu mi wie ttc mir
CSjS- CIcaninir and repairinrj Timepieces a
fc-i Jewelry, etc., repaired and cleaned on
short notice at living rates. -
itiff-t ii ve me a in 11, and see for yourself. S53
March 3, 1S70-21V8 j
3. II. BVRKHART,
Real Estate and Conveyancing Agent,
AI.lt ANY", : : : 4IKEUON.
tVllKKtt FIRT AKD EBOADALBIS 8TREEIS.
INARMS of all sizes, iinprorod and miimprov
. ed. in this and adjacent counties-, suitable
lor train ruisintt, also tintiierea lauu and stock
rnnehes fiw im1h itn eiisv terms.
Also for sale a number of dwelllne nouses
and vacant lots in this city, i
I'arties desirinff to either sell or purchase
should call and learn terms and jjrices before
purchasing elsewhere. sv
J. D. MCFARLAND. ! WM. MORGAN
REAL ESTATE I AGENCY U
Next Doer to Wella, Frtr A- Co'a F.xpresa
OtDrc, Albany, Oretrou.
VVTE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH KMI
II k ran Is and others ood bargains in farms
and smull honussteads in Linn and adjoiuint;
counties. Farms in value and size to suit pur
chasers. Also, cfty property, both, improved and un
imnrovefl. Kentinjt farms tsml city proptrty, and collec
tiousof all kinds. prouHllv attended to
Our facilities for advettishisr will enable us
to do more for our patrons than any other
Atrency t the state tn our line.
We also pay special at tent ion to the employ
ment iwid lalior exchange department.
Alban-y, My lJtf.
Bath Ileus? & Barber p,
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RtS. JLT
fully thank the eitizens of Alban ai 1 i
cinitv for the litoentl patrontute Itestnw i na
liim for the-uaiit seven years, and hope3 1 r Ih
future a continuation of their favors. F rtlM
accommodation of transient customer , u(
friends in the upper part of town, he ) a ipen
ed a neat little shop next door to Taylo Jroe
Saloon, whore a (rood workman will aV . ysbi
n attendanee to wait upon patrons.
rce.lt.157l.. ' JOE WF1 jR
. A. WH1TMET, SI . 1.,
Graduate of Bellemellospital Medical College,
Physician and Surgeon,
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY.
Residence in West lake's building, corner
of First and Lyon streets
J. UXSEY II ILL, M. .,
OFFICE -At Bell A Parker's new drng store.
RESI PENCE Second st reel, between rail
road and Joiitgmicr$.
C. W. WILCOX,
Horn oeopa tliie Physician .
OFFICE with Dr. E. It. liriflin.'Firat sti-eet.
Albany, Oregon. JhS'ChroniCi dieaes a
specialty. ; . , 3v8
J. S. CALLAWAY, St.
AFTER A PRACTICE OF MEDICINE FOR
twenty-eteht vetvrs, in tlH-state oflllmois,
Indiana and Iowa. lias permanently loeuted
in Aihnnv, Oregon. ' FFI;-At Dr. Plnin
mer's Dru Siore. RES11ENCE Corner of
Inntltvmiorv anu r.imtt Binrii', iphi howl h
r.ulroKd depot. -' lvtsn.0
Whefl yoti wish
...' ... ' .--
or in fact anj'tliirig in the
call at tlie
CORNER FERRY & FIEST-STrf.,
THE t AHrilUN C1IAU?M'E F IS76.
Am "Comfn Thro' tl Ere."
Slierman sent a challenge hearty,
Morton til the same,
For Lite Democratic party
One gootl art to name ;
Good' of theirs since elghteen-forty.
Good of any kind :
Shocked, they fell bntk at that sortie,
Xoue wotild come to mind.
Tell us, jmrty Democratic,
Good act yon have done;
Bnt from good you're so erratic
That you can't name one.
II.l ! that question, so perplexing.
Takes you all by storm, ' .
What's tlie nse your gi3czard3 Texing,
Prating ot reform !
Blacker poges nu'er had history
Than that party wrote,
Why it lives yet is a mystery.
When its deeds we qnote.
Liberty lay crashed and bleeding,
Trodden by its hoots.
Till Kepnblit.tns succeeding
Gnre It sltarp rcprools.
Kansas lelt its desolation.
Men were lmnted dowrt,
Fonl rcbelliot nmtle our natiot
Jsccm in blood to drown.
Democratic foes, conspiring,
Formed the "Kn-Klnx-lvl.tn,"'
Sla3-ing, Rconrging, tltvellings firing.
Surely Democrats tire jesting
When they ask our vote,.
While on records black they're resting.
While on crime they gloat.
But they'll find our, in November,
Tricks like theirs can't win ;
For the people well remember
Treason, fraud, and sin.
THE VOICE OF THE SATIOS'.i DEAD
Tl'ne. "Annie Laurie."
Worn mountain bill and vlley
A warning seems to coue',
It is the voice oi Silenee,
From lips by death nwde dtmrb.
Hef rain Oil! hear the sad refrain.
From h.tlf a million slain,
Ah ! do not now relinquish
Wh:i f we hnve died tcg.th.
Atfetid, ye living frceoieit
This oil from out the graved
It come. from talthftil soldiers," " . . v
Who died our hmd to save. Iirfj
While mttetcr'd out of service
XVn mottldcr Into dust,
O comrades vvho snrvire lis
lie laitlifnl to yonr trust. liff.
We meet the host of treason,-
On many a battle-field.
We bravely loright for freedom,-
We died but scorn 'd to y ield. lief.
rhiuk ot onr lonely lov'd ones
Who still with you remain.
Think of their sad bereavement.
And now the right maintain, - lief.
Stand up for human freed amy
Aiul etittarl rights for all,
Till at Heaven's grinvT re-onioti,- .
Wc answer tlie roll-call. lief.
f AXPAIVS BATTLC SOXtJ.
Air "John Brown's Body.-"'
Mine eyes behold- the banner of the soldier
With the flashwig stars of Liberty its field
is all ablaze.
As it marshals ns to battle in cool Xovem
ber days ;
It's light is shining on !
Glory, glory, hailelfjh !
Glory, glory, hallelujah t
It's light is shining on !
I hear the tramp of Freemen marching on
to the polls ;
The thunder of their cheering over all the
nation rolls ;
God bless the burning ardor of their
As they go marching oil ! (Chorus)
Ho ! qtilt the desk, aud quit tlie loom, and
" leave the plow afield;
And be every loyal bosom with patriotism
And never cease the struggle till the
triumph shall be sealed ;
As yott go marching on I (Chorus)
sec the sham- Democracy slfnk backward
to tlietr caves f
Peace-whiners and base copper-heads, a
rabble rout of knaves.
Are flying from the vanguard" of onr old
As we go marching ora ! (Chorus)
Hurrah for Hayes ami Wheeler, right noble
men and true;
Shake out the grand old ensign, the red.
tlie whitc the blue
And where the demon drovo the hogs send
Tildcrt and his crew ;
As we go marching on I (Chorus.)
"A Drown IngF nan will catch at m Straw."
If he catch it. it will do- him no eood
Thousands ot people who- have wgleeted'
cohis anu cuuus uiun tney nave oecome
dangerous, will msh to-almost everv nos
trum for relief. This 1 why so many ex
penuilnts are tried by the snflerers. Goto
your druggist, buy :i brittle of Wistar'8
Balsam of Wild Cherry, and use it with
confidence. It will benefit at once and ulii
matcly cure. It is no straw ; it is a cable
well tried ; hold ou to It and be saved
Sold by ill druggist. Oct.
TlXE-'M arching Throttgh Georgia."
Jcpnblicans, remenbcr liow in eighteen.
he fight for humau liberty, at Snmptcr
w begun. ,
And rebels thought the Union then its race
of life had rjm,
When eciicken by the bloody hand of
lief. ITttn-ah ! Horrah ! the Union still
Ilnrrah! IltirraiF the black man
" wears no chains,
The will of loyal million; now lle
Against the foul and bloody lir.ntl ot
Tlie War is all a hiilnre,"A7t-y TUdeu
Bnt the Talor- ot our soldiers gave the
answer, tiiut lie lied;
Wlien Hayes nnd all the '-boys in bine,"
were fighting side by side,
Against tlie fonl and bloody liand of
We'll shout tlie song of victory, from Texas
tip to Maine,
We'll make the .sound reverberate o'er
everj- hill and plain.
Republicans are out again, tlie Union to
Against tlie find and bloody liand ot
We can and will forgive the wrong, vrheve
rebels tfo repent,
When fiiey will act like honest men, nnd
show a pure intent,
But Uncle Sam their necks "will break.
when they will not be bent,
Ent show tlie foul and bloody hand ot
Wc we tlie men who drew the sword
against tlteir native land
In Congress like a unit still the foc3 of
freedom stand ; '. . ,
To rout tliese ex-Confederates, honest
Hayes nutst fake command, .
And paralyze the bloody liand of
TI.INU OCT THE BANNER.
AIR Auld Lang Syne.
Fling out, fling orit, with song and ehottf,
Your bitnnefs from the wall
Let ring yonr praise for General Hsyes
Receives his cormtry's call.-
On many a field" where death shots pealed
. H:ts Victory graced his bro'v ;
Shall we ftll back in his attacky
Aud leate bis colors now?
Cuo Xow lef the cry swell loud and" high
O er valley, lake aiiu crag.
We're sure to march to ictory
' jTeath the Hayes and W heeler Flag!
His peerless name and" matchless fame,-
In freedom's service won- (
Withoirt a stain,- give ns again
A second Washington.
A bright, full star, no cloud can mar,
Xo rival name efl'ace.
He takes the field and will not yield
As second in tlie race. Chorus.
A soldier brave the land to save.
He met tlie rebel foe ;
In many a fight, armed tor the right,
He laid the traitors low.
The Kofth will stand, a steady band,
With South and East and West,
Democrats, pray just fire away
We're charging all abreast ! Chorus.
HARK ! A PATRIOTIC SOl'XD
AIR "Tramp, Tramp. Tramp, tlie Boys
Hark ! 3 patriotic sound
Floats throftgh all tlie laud arouiKf,
It rises Irom the loyal and the brave ;
They can see that danger li'gh,
And they boldly raise the cry save.
Our Country from all traitors we must
Shout, shout, shout, for Hayes and Wheeler,
Haste to the rescue of our land ;
The Ark of Liberty must never, never be
Pollnted by the touch ot traitor's hand.
Ex-Confederates tried each wile
All our people to begftlle. claim
Ther have rausaekVl every corner lor a
''Eight- moHthif tu Congress spent,
With most detltsh iutenfjy
Have ftiiled to bring Republicans totdmme,
lief. Shofrt, shoot, &c.
Wc will make them nnderatand.
Although "liand may join hi liand,".
Xo Democrat onr President shall be I
The natron doth abhor,
That man' who through the war ty.'
Said "'twas foolishness to fight for liber
Ref. Shout, shout, ifce.
But the men for whom- we stand,
All our confidence eonimand ; soraid !
When Tilden aided Treason, tliey were
And when Hayes teas id the fronts
Bearing all the battle's brant,
Then Tilden with onr enemies wae found.
lief. Shout, shout, &C.
Tilden prates nboufc reform,"
And the wonders he'd performy .
Could he but reach the Presidential chair j
By tlie "MEMORIES Ot THE PAST,"
We declare from first to last,
Our country will never place him there.
Hcf. Shoat, shont, &e. :
At Home. Dr. G, W. Gray fia re
turned from his Centennial trip, and can
now be found at his office, in tlie Parrish
brick, up stairs, by all who desire dental
work of any kind. 46v7.
MARCIIirXil TO VOTE FOH MATES ASI
AIR The Battle Crjr of Freedom.
We're marching to the field, lioys, we're
coming In our might
Marching to vote for Hayes nnd Wheeler !
And we bear the stars and stripes for the
Union and the right
Marching to vote for Hayes and Wheeler !
The Union forever, hurrah, boys, hurrah I
Down with all schecmers,np with the right.
For we're mat ehing to the Held, boys, we're
coming in our might.
Marching to vote for Hayes and Wheeler.
We will soon decide the day, boys, for hon
est men aud true,
Marching to vote for Hayes and Wheeler !
Aud we'll show what- Uncle Sam has for
- loyal men to do,' .
Marching.to vote for Hayes and Wheeler !
thorns The Union forever, &c. " "'
We can't f ill to pnt them In, boys, we'll
we'll work until the las!
Marching to vote for Hayes and Wheeler !
And we'll work with honest hearts till all
fear of failure's past
Marching to vote for Hayes and Wheeler I
Chorihs The Union forever, &c.
Yes, for Liberty and Union, for honor true
Marching to vote tor Hayes and Wheeler !
And the vict'ry shall be ours, for we're
coming in our might,
Marching to vote for Hayes and Wheeler J
Clionis The Union forever, &c.
Ir. T. W. Watts. Republican candidate?
for Presidential Klector, and Hon. E. A.
Croniiij, Democratic candidate, will address
tlielr fellow-citizens on the political issues
of tltej day at the following times and
...Oct. 20, 7:30 "
Oregon City .
Monmouth . .
21, 7s3l "
REL.K3lors Skrvicf.s, Rev. J. F. DeVore will
hold services In the brown M. E. church in this
city oil SablMith, morning and evening. Sun
day School at 3:3U P. M. Prayer mooting each
W. n. 5RFAHX.ANi-The well knowtr Ptove
Dealer, is agent for the justly celebrated Rich
mond Range, manufactured ftt Norwich, Conn. .
This is now acknowledged to be the b 'tt aud
mut economical cooking artpaiatus in the world.
The public are Invited to call anil examine this
beautiful and useful article A flue stock of
puMps, tinware aud cookiug utensils of every
desirable kind, constantly on hand, or made to
order at the lowest living fates.
STEAM Engine and Boiler. If you
want to' purchase a good steam engine and
boiler, Very clieap, apply to E. Carter &
Co., at their sash and door factory in Al
bany 1G horse power.
1 To Shake, or not to i hn Ke ?
Ave, that Is the question. Is It better to
qiriver In the paroxysms of fever and ague
or to iKintsii me atrocious disease- ty a
course of that standard anti-febrile remedy.
Hostetrer's Bitters Ultere cannot be
much doubt as to the response of tlie malaria-stricken
to this inquiry. From every
locality ou this continent who$ inhabit'
anta ; are tormented with the shivering
nla trite comes an increased demand for the
only genuine preventive ami eradicant ot
malaria provided Dy science, ine denizens
of fever and agne districts well know how
utterly Inadequate to do more than give a
brict respite are the so-called remedies of
the facpltv. Quinine, arsenic, bismuth
what are these but poisonous palliatives,
which cease after a time to produce any
beneficial effect whatever, and If persisted
in wreak irreparable mischief upon the
system ? Everywhere they are being aban
doned by intelligent persons, and that gen
nine vegetable specific for intermittent and
remittent disease, Hostetter's Bitters, sub
stituted in their place.
From Rev. Nylvanu Cobb, of TioatOK,
formerly Ivditor of the "Christian
Dear Sir It. may be some satisfaction to
you to lie informed of the result of the trial
of the Peruvian Syri p In my family. My
daughter was brought low by a typhoid
fever last spring, and after the fever left
licr! she continued very weak, and the
simplest food distressed her. For montlis
she remained in the same debilitated con
dition i but from the first of September
last, when she commenced taking the Syr
up,! tlie digestive functions improved, and
she steadily gained strength and vivacity
and now, after taking two bottles, she Is
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 the " Protoxide ot Iron " contained in
tlto Peruvian Syrup, was adapted tojicr
ease, and effected what no other known
medicine could have effected.
i Yours truly. S. Coin?.
Bold by all druggists.
4e Sherman & Hyde's new double col
umn ad. - For anything In the line of
uittfcle and musical instruments, order of
trite people want to know what a
roan lias been in the pact before tbey
will trust liinx in the future. Promises
are good enougn in their way but they
are worthless when given by those who
never kept one. Republicanism has
kept its promise. Democracy has not1?
For this reason the country has confi.
deuce in tho former and distrusts tl:k
A. little five-year-old ot Dorchester
somewhat surprised bin mother a few
days since with this remark: "God ia
everywliere; he is alt over me; and wlieu
you epank me you spank God"