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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1876)
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A Lit ANY, ORC(iO..
DEPOSITS RKCEIVED sa'ISJECT TO
t-ln-ek at siht
interest hIIoibimI on tlmeileiwwits in eoln.
Kschanirc on Portland. San Francisco,
ami New York, for suit- at lowest rates.
I'ollectioim mnilcaml prompt Iv remitted.
ICeters to 1. W. l"orbelt, Henry r'ailiiitr,
W. S. Ijuld.
Jtimkins hours from 8 .V. M. to 4 P. M.
A lUany, Feb. X, 1371-22 v3
II. J. I5()KiUTO, 51. !.,
CRAnUATE or TUB IMVEIW1TY
T Mnlinil College of Nrw York, tale
member of Rellcvieit Hospital Meilientt'ol
lctn. Sew York. Okkhu la A. Ca rot hers
(Ik's drug tore, Alttany, Oregon. ,
i: I'lzboxics msxAxcuo.
TIIK BAY TEAM STII.I, HTES,
A Nl IS FLOllMSHING I. IK K A OKKKS
liay tree. Tlutnkfnl for past favors,
and wiliinir to merit the eontinnanee t
the same, the HAY TEAM will always lie
i-ealy, and easily foil ml, to do any haultmr
wuiun i n euy umita. tor a reasonable
oimin'iMil ion. Ci5 "1 flivrry of 4lii
SHTiHll). A..V. AliNOI.li.
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS Jl"ST OI'KN Kl inSEV(il!0('ER
establishment on comer of Ellsworth
ml Frrst street, with a freh stork of
wnmierii-. Provision. Candies, Ci;mrs, To
Imw. Ac to whieli ho. invites the atten
tioa of our eitizens.
In connection with the store he will keep
' n llakery, and will always have on hand a
full aupply of irosh bread, crackers, Ac.
I Jfc Call and t-ee mt. ,
. February lfi-2tv4
ALU ANY FOUNDRY
J iv c li i it o Shop,
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Machin
ery, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IRON AXD I1A.VS CAKTINUK.
Pnrtienlar attention paid to repairing all
kinds of machinery. 41 v:$
Bartoor Sliop 2
L. 13. IIOYAL
HAS OPENED a Barber Shop on First street
one door west of -Thompson A Irvimt's har
ness ehon, where he will be plea-sed to meet all
who wish work in his line. Thankful for past
patron aire, he hoiws by close attention to busi
ness to merit a continuance of the same. Will
keep constantly on hand a full supply of
Pcrfktmery nnd lfair Oils,
the 1e!tt assortment in town. Come and see
AllJnny, Or., February 25. lTB-23v8
S. C. STOXE, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE At the Drujr Ktore. 27 8
Bath House & Barber SI up.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BES'.'CCT
f ully thank the citizens of Alhan at . 1 vi
cinlty for the liberal patronage Ustow ;3 on
him fot the past seven years, and hopes f ir lh
future a continuation of their favors. 1 jrtln
aeoommodattou of transient customer i, n
friends in the Hpper part of town, he 1ft: rxn
ed a neat little shop next door to Taylo r ros
Saloon, where a good workman will alw tyb
B attendance to wait upon patrons.
Doc.lUia;t. JOE WEB. UR
3. D. MCFAELAND. WM. MORGAN.
MORGAN A, McFARLAXD,
BEAL ESTATE AGENCY!!
Xx Por to Wells, Fnrjro t'o'm Exprm
Office, Albany, Orejron.
WE ARB PREPARED TO FURNIsn ES1I
irrants and others Rood bargains in farms
and small homesteads in Linn and adjoiuins
eonaties. Furmi in value and size to suit pur
chasers. - -:
Also, city property, both improved and un
improved. Kent In sr farms and city property, and collec
tions of all kinds; nrorairtlv attended to.
Our lHeUiUea for advertising will enable m
to do more for oor potrrms than any other
Apency in the State tit our line.
We also" pay special attention to the employ-
ment ana iaror eaeuange ocpsraiKuu
Albany, May 12tf.
V, C, HARPER & CO.,
- Dealers ia ' - 1
Tl 35, : CS- O C3 3D JS
Clothta-, noi rad Khoea, Hats, tiroee-
rl-, Fsn7ods, Nolkmn, Khattrnua
and Pistols, Sails, Hope, Mirrors,
Wallpaper, .Wood and Willow
Ware, Tranlu and Taltees,
I'oeke Cutlery, 4cM A.,
Hold very low either for oash, or to pronpt iwy
n33 ing customers on time, . ..; v7
natafng and'' Moving IBinildi ngn
We Tnr; rrrEBsiaXBD be lkave to
announce to tle citizens of Albany and
urroundingr country that, having snpplled our
solves wit la thw necessary machinery for rais
n and removintc buildings, we are ready at all
times to- receive orders for such work, which
We will do in short order at lowest rates. We
triwantee entire satisfaction in all work under
token by us.
Orders left at the Registkb office promptly
mttentedto. Annlvto. i
A-loa, BANTJ, ALLEN CO.:
Oe ArU JUiJo- 2v)7i
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Kelail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
REAPERS & MOWERS,
WAGONS, PLOWS, ,
Fir l trcet, .lbnur, Oregon.
Terms : - - Civsli.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner WnNhlngrton nnU Flnt Xts.,
Matthews & Morrison,
House newly furnished thmnirhout. The
besi the market nll'onls nlwaya on Ihe lublc.
Free i o;eli to mid Iroin tlie IIoii.hc. '
i ii ci : xix
Livery Fee& Stable
l-OKNKH M ASHINtiToN X KtJSST ST-S.,
AAS. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
CMilUACEP. Bl'i(;iKS, HACKS SAIIl.t
linrs. la li't :i r';i-4uiUU' tt-rnis.
iioi-s' ImkuU'1 by lln? l;iy or wrt'k.
1 vi ill luvi'snineot'iliomiycst rivor turn
cl out t:i livt tv stable in Albtmy.
ir 1IKA IiK ami furrhitjea furtiis-ln-fl for tu-m-m
Give mo a call when vou want to rule.
" ANS. .MAHSHAI.L.
AUukin-.Maivh 10, 187tr-i5v8
IJOIXS nil nizcN and deTi
lioitH. .V ct'tieral KHKI.r B1AICE
WAKK ii 1'tiSl :tntl complete tis
Kortmi'tit. Stoves, Tinware, lunips, Hose.
Tin. Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron,
on liaml tor sale.
The .Goldsmith Range,
. THE i;et MAiE.
The larjp-st and uio-t complete assortment in
t he ci i y .
Kue)w:i!l kinds of
OILS &. VK1TE LEAD.
Tlie Iinesl & I'urest Liqurs
Alwa3's on liana, to be sold for medicinal uses.
fiS-IteiMiiriiij; done neatly; at short notice,
First st met, Albany, Oregon. irilv.s
TIIK AI1T PIIESKBrATIVE.1
Inntini by IihikI.
Printing ly steam.
Printing from. tyK. '
Or from blocks by tliu reani.
Printing in bl:ick.
Printing in wliito.
Printing in color-.
Ot sombre or bright.
Printing lor merchants.
And land agents, too;
PWn'iiig tr any,
Who have printing to do.
Printing for bankers,
Printing for druggist,
For dealer in wares.
For grocers, for all
Wiio want printing done, :
And will come and see "Coll.'
Printing of pamphlets.
Or bigger books, too :
In tact, there are few things
But what we ca n do.,
Printing of placards,
Printing of bills,
Printing of carte-notes
For stores or for mills ; :
Printing of labels,
AM colors or ne, sirs,
Kspecially tit for ,
Webfoot prodacers. ' ,
Printing of torms
AH sorts yon can get
Or -1 louse to be let. " '
Printing done quicklv, -Bold,
stylish or neat, -
At the Hegister Printing-oOice,
Corner ot First and Ferry Street.
PROMPT llellFerj', at Living
HAVING liouKht out t He delivsry business oi
Str. Lewis Stlmson, I beg leave to announce to
tne citizens and business men of AMxvny, that
have on the streets an express and job wairon
and will be happy to serve all who may give
me a call.
All orders will be promptly attended to at
Orders may be left at the Drug More of Bell It
Can't fce made by everv asrent
everv month in the bnsfness we
furnish, but those willinfr to
work can easilv earn a dojscn dol
lars a day riffRt ttt their own hMshiies. Have
no room to explain fiere. B'nsine plesBmt
and honorable. Women, and boysstml girls AO
as well as men. W will furnish yo a com
plete OntUt free. The bnslness pays better than
anything ele. We will liear exrene of start
insj you. Partienlars fiiee. Write and iee.
Farmers and mechanics, their sons and daugh
ters. atd all classes in need of paying work at
home, Should write to us aixnit the work at
once. Now is the lime. rou'tdcluy. Address
. W. WILCOX, -
Or KICK with Dr. E. II. Gritlln.'Kirst street,
Albany, Oregon. 6-r Chronioj diseases a
JT. S. CALLVWAY, M. I).,
mn A PRACTICE OF MEDICINE FOR
twenty-ciprht years. In the istatesol Illinois,
IndU-tna and Iowa, lias ixTiiinneutlv located
in Albany. Orejron. liffll'K-At lir; Pliim
iik rs I'riiK sioiv. K I1 1 EN CE Corner of
Montgomery nud Eiulilli streets, nortlu-ji-st of
railroad tlepot. v8n."i0J
J. LIXSRY II ILL, 31. !.,
FK1CE At Hell Jt Piuker's new drtifr store.
road uud Moiityoinery. 1 h-14
o. i s. ru'nuER, m. i.
OFFICE - At druc- store of C. A. Plnminer,
First st., ni-sir Washington. 1Ikiii-:m'K
Opposite the I". P. t lnux'li, Albany, Oregon.
Nov a, TU-vimo.
w. ct. i'im:n,
Attorney and Coimxelor-at-LaM',
SPECI AL ATTENTION will le frivol to all
in!itti;is of Imsim-ss intrusted to bis -are.
onice in Piirrish's Brick Bhck, Mitli Cnpt. N.
H. iluiiiplircv. liviv.i
E M. M1LLKR,
-A-ttiiii- lit Law,
ottice m Fromnn's Block. Prompt attention
5iven to coHectiotis, con veyanci'S ami cxauii
natiou t f 1 itlcs. Probate business a sicciitltv.
I. It. X. ItLA ui;i it,
ATTC)ItXi:V AT LAW,
ISIiOWNSVn.LE. LINN CO., KjN.
PROMPT ATTENTION il VL'N TO ALL
J. C. lHAVr.LI.. I. Kl.IXJf.
POWETX & FLINN,
Attorney A' 4oimcllorM nt Iiiv nud ?o
Ih'llOrM IBB ti ilKBBCCry,
Alliny. Oi-ei:-!i. t.'ollect ions made and con
veyances promptly attended to. 1-S
Pictures mid Picture Praities.
E. T. IIJIiT30Ar
Would announce to the citiscto.s of AHumv Htitl
vit-iiiitv. flint be is jrpnrtfJ fo furnish HllViiul
of l'I:Tl'l;K FtfAV ;-;s to oniT,at short notice.
IMrttuvs fill met 1. uml o!l tiimiH rfiuiiryd Uil1
nt hi-i o!li-e on First street, one lKr vst ot
IJrontluIifiii, ami Kmve yur imlwr m-
W. R. Ci SI A II A 31,
(I.ATE OF JIK'HrflASl
KEEPS always on hand Doeskins. Cass! meres
Vest imrs. etc.. n laraer and lsdter stock
than ever Is-foiv lronbt to this market.
Cutsand iii:ik?s toorderall stylcsof Clothing
for men and Imivs. at reasonable rates, irnuran
teeinr sari-fiiet itn.
Shion First street, next door to City "Mar
ket, lately txviinled lii" lr. E. O. Smith. S.v8
THE iViETZLER CHAIR
rpms is TO INFORM TIIK ITRLIO THAT
-L no eluifr ?ih;! from my fsietory ithotit my
jimnt' nviu if. All others nre fnlse iinitutioiA.
ami shouM 1h so rtfartlel. All persona iirc
herehy varnMi nirJiiust ai tempting any suet
imposition uimiii my cnstonifis
J. M. METZI-En.
JelTirflon, Or., Jan. 21, 1S7(.
HAVIXti .U ST IJECEIVEO A I.AKtiE s-U la
ment if thecidebrated new style Combined
Drill and Broadcast
STATESMAN RAL DRILL,
direct from the factory, am now offerins extra "j
riuliiet-mt-iits f o 1 1te. larmers ot Oi"eon. Most
of the best farmers in the State are now using
Savins seed and an increased yield of grain
is 1 he result of drilling..
Can lie used equally well as a
Drill or Broudcusl Seeder.
The STATESMAN iUAIN DKILL has been
greatly Impixived for this year.
, WarerMiiis at my Blacksmith Shop, corner of
Sucond and Ellsworth streets, Albany, Oregon.
Marcn 31, 1876-28
Neatly executed j
Call a the Register Office
a clay at home. ' Agents wanted. flntflt
A terms free.' TKCE A Ct)., Aujfusta,Me.
3t I I RE'CITT
. ' via ;;
GARDINER AND SCOTTSBUR&,
Cooticctinx with :, farso V 'o."s
Exprms a Ornln" .statloia Oaily
All ISiiHinexH I'nt runted lo my
Care Promptly Attended To,'
Patronage of the Pu"bllc Solicited.
P. (ywziT, Postmaster, win Tse my
" Agent at Empire City.
Pare eueli wajr, s s 5
J AS. A . STERTJiTO .
Attention, - Fruit Growers:
THE PIBECTOBS OP TIIK ALDEN FKl'IH
Co. beg to announce that thev will put. the
Factory in operation as soon as Fruit and Veg
etables ale ready for use und will pay cash, for
tfie same when delivered. N
Boxes will be furnished to all for the purpose
-of brinirinfc their fruit, to fjie factory.
Fruit should be picked from the trees and not
- Parties havintr plums should bo particular to
gather them before they become too ri)e.
ALLEN PARKKK, ' ,
A. N. Arnolp. rresideat, .
Albany, J"u!y S8, 1876nk
OREGON, DECEMBER 22: 1876.
OFrlCIAL CITY: PAPER
ALUAXY, ' OREGON,.', DEC, 22t 1870.
JiEFOliM"' NEQESSAJIY.- "
Tlie Democracy went into the late
canvass liowlincr for "relorm," iloclarinw
that the immense burden ot taxation
fastened upon tlie people was eating out
their very vitals finil hail become too
grievous to bo borne ! . They entirely
ujnoreil the fact that the leiiiocratic
parly, and the Democratic party alone,
was chargable for this great burden,
arid went lieiore the people pleading for
votes for tie Democratic standard beai
ere, asserting that (in the face of the
history of the past), it was the party of
"reform !". And to prove more clearly
its right to be considered the "reform
party, it immediately engaged, not only
in wholesale intimidation of voters
wherever it was cousidered safe, but iit
perpetrating the most gigantic frauds,
ballot-box stuffing, repeating, etc., ever
witnessed in any country ; they attempt
through their courts -and Democratic
Clovernors'to sot aside the will of the
people, and declare a minority candi
date elected, and issue certificates of
election to parties who have not the
slightest right to them, and then throat
ed to "die in the last ditch" if any ot
their outrageous acts of usurpation and
fraud are examined into. This is the
"reform" Democracy which, by its
murders, destroying ballot-boxes, rack
ing false returns and committing other
outrages against the laws and peace of
the country, has necessitated the ap
pointment of committees, and 'the sum
monsing of scores cf witnesses from
diflerert parts of tlie country, at a cost
of hundreds of thousands of dollars to
be added to the already burdensome
debt fastened upon the Nation by it a
fe v years ago. For the truth of these
charges we refer to the record of the
Democratic party which is now being
made up. Will the patriotic, Union
loving, God fearing men of this'corm
try further tolerate and by their votes
sustain such a party ? We think not.
"THE ItCMI DEMOCRATIC
As showing the high estiination(?)
in which the Democracy of the North
in hejd by the Democracy of the South,
we quote the above as one of the 'pet"
expressions of the latter when referring
to the former! The Southern people
always claimed to be the "head and
brains" of the Democratic party ; and
now in their disgust and contempt for
their Northern allies, who are "invinci
ble in peace and invisible' in war," they
style them the "rump Democratic
sneaks !" The appropriateness of this
characterization, as applied to the
Northern Democratic politicians, will
be seen at once. Our contemporary
occupies the same position to the
"rump" that the cork does to the
bottle ! ; '
The infamous part enacted by Grover
and those who rule over him, at Salem,
not only meets with the condemnation
of the honest citizens of Oregon, but he
and they are receiving the . condemna
tion ot the honest press everywhere.
An outspoken, independent journal of
California has this to say in thematteri
"How much does Lafayette Grover
make by the political swindle, which he
has practiced upon the people of , Ore
gon and ot the United States? . Will
he ever be recognized as a fit associate
for gentlemen, even in his own party ?
If not, he will curse the day when lie
sacrificed his plain legal duty to satisfy
the demands of rabbid partisans. The
proverb says that though men may love
the treason they hate the traitor ; and
Grover will learn its truth.'
Six mining deeds on the ledge of the
great IJonanza (mud springs) on Camp
creek, in Wasco county, have been re
coided, ii the clerk's office in The
Dalles, ..- . '
: Frank Knnis, superintendent of the
English Company at Galice creek, re
ports a scarcity ot s water for working
the mines, they having only 150 inehes
in the ditch. , ; , . . ; :
The Caledonian mine on Isthmus
Slough, is opened ami will be ready to
ship coalsoou. This is claimed to be
as good a ruhie as there is on Coos Bay.
VIE TV A LL T ACKXO WLEDQJZS ,TIIE
CHARGE OF' T,ltlBEItY ,
, The chief organ of the: Democracy of
Oregon threatens, that 'if publicans
persist ia presenting the proofs in their
possession ot GroverV :gllilt'a : briber,
it ' will ' blast' forever the reputation cf
leading men in the liepnblicaii party
This is the old, old storyof "stop
thief!" ; IJut these .Democratic politi
cians of Oregon, disciples pt those great
est of thieves and liars, Tweed-Tildci
may as well learn now that for all time
hereafter threats of any; kind, coming
from them, will scare iib'oiie, ,nTiieir
threats of inaugurating bloody war un
less Tildon is . elected, president 'fell
stiHbrfni tni . the atf fKepublieaiw,
and only excited the derision "of the
leaders ot the Democratic, party of the
Souths who characterizo the Northern
Democrats as "rtimp sneaks !"
'" 'Dut the most astOnisl)tn2-thin2,to Ue-.
publicans as well as : Democrats, is the
virtual acknowledgment of the orgSn
that Grover is guilty of briberies. It
has always been the custom of Demo
cratic journals to deny all allegations
against partisans, both before and after
the charges were : established. ; Ilaring
this one instance, Democratic, papers
during the late canvass have almost
universally followed this course aid a
majority, if not all, of them are still
keeping up their lick ! Tlie organ de
clares that if yon prove "bribery" and
"corruption" against Gov. Grover, and
thus throw him out of the U. -S. Senate
and into the .penitentiary, it will pro.
ceed at once to show up similar cases o
bribery in the Ilepublican party ! If
the organ knew of any such cases, it
was its duty, as an honest guardian of
the people's interests, to have preseuted
the facts and had the parties brought to
justice. As it has not done it, all hou-
est men will believe that it has not
now, and never has had, any such evi
dence but it hopes by such threats and
insinuations to create a belief in the
public mind that other parties are
equally gui'ty in those matters, with the
Democracy, and thus lighten the fall
'which is sure to overtake Grover. ' "
MORE- DEMOCRATIC REFORM. !
This great "lieform Democratic"
party has brought another burden' upon
tlie Nation. By it,s attempts to over
ride the will -of the people, possibly
through tho orders of Tiiden, in this
State at Salem on the Gth inst., it has
necessitated the summoning of a large
number of witnesses to Washington
City, at an expense ot thousands of
dollars to" tlie people of this Nation.
The leaders of the Democratic party in
Oregon, by this outrageous attempt at
fraud upon the people have covered
themselves with obloquy, and brought
an otherwise needless expense upon the
Nation, adding thousands of dollars, to
the already heavy burdens of the peo
ple ; andj this in addition -to the State
debt of nearly one million dollars which
Grover leaves the people to pay '
Il.iiig up your stocki'ngs. Sunday ' night,
young feller. "' '. ; ' J" ",;y U1'
Christmas trees at the Baptist and Meth
odist Churches Monday night.-- ; , ,,lt ,.
Nobody that we have heard of brags
specially ol tjie excellent character- ef tlie
roads hereabouts. : ; jtii
A good deal of wheat has been sold dur
ing the last two weeks,; but the money is
yet to be jiald. " ' . - ;
It j-ou havu't bought your Jewolry for
Christmas presents, go to Titus Brps -Mthey
have a full supply. ' ' t
One hniidred and scventy-fiye dollars
was the net profits of the Congregational
tair r naay ingiit. , i.
" See those nice articles, of perfumery at
K. SiiUmarsh's drujr store; and there is
nothing that will better please "her" for a
Christmas present. " . ;
The petition in circulation .last weekT
praying for a thirty days' reprieve for K
Neil, Is granted, and Neil is respited until
Jan. 20h. ' rln :
It you hanrt .fnsurcd your life, you
should do so at twee by calling on Messrs
Hall & TustiB, agents of the North Pueifie,
located ftt Portlaud. '; j , ;j
A Nice Christmas pjasEsx-Is a iwfclc
of visiting cards that can be obtained at
tho Eegistek oftice ; iM-hited ; n the best
style ot the art. . Call And secure a pacte
for Kate or Charlie-?!! same 'plice. i n
Seventv Accessions. Seventy ?n cobs
sions to tlie church ar reportetl at' Jlulst-y,
through the etrortsf lteT li, Drlycr,
Insuad of fitly as was it (orlcU Ao tis fast
week- - , - '
-"livii 'U-'l-0MM SAYINGS."'"
- - i As poor as a erinrcVroou.se,
.,! .... Atliinasiv rati' J" ! " ' "
f A fiit as a porpoise.' i
' .': As rough as a gale ; .d .
L,.V.V As brave as a liou,( .
As spry as a cat ' :
r, As bright as a sixpence,
. ; . As weak. as a rat.',
: As prottil as a peacock, ,;
As sly as a fox j " "
Ah mail as a March liair,
n s: A strong as an ox ;
-Am fidr as a 'lily,- i ; i ,
As empty as air. , ; r ;
. , t , As rich as Crepsus,; . .
t As cross as Jear.
As pure its mi arigel, '
-A ,u At! heat as n ptnj
'IWart'afaSreef-trap; . B, ,
.As dead as a dop'r-uail,
, As white as jislieet ; r
As' flat as a"paucake,i s -!
, As bs a beet, s
As round as an apple,
As black as your hat ;
As brown as a berry, . I
As blind as a bat ;
" As mean as a miser, ;
" As full as a tick ;
As plump as a partridge.
As sharp as a stick.
As clear as a penny, ;
, , As tark as a pall
. 'As hanl as a millstone,
, , As bitter as gnll ; J
As fine as a fiddle, , v.'- ,
As clear as a bell ;
A s dry as 5 herring, '
As deep as a well.'
. As light as a feather,
As hard as a rock ; ;
As stifl'tis a poker,.
r As calm as a clock ;
As green as a gosling,
,. . As brisk as a bee :
And now let me stop, '
Lest you vcary of me.
1 The Ciiinaman Aheau The, race at
the polls Opened at the Opera House Fri
day iiijiht was between Cohn and' Ivwong
Mow, the first getting 23(5 votes and the
latter 250. , Just as the polls closed J. K.
Veatharford offered forty Votes more for
Colin, but as tlie time agreed upon for clos-
ing the polls had arrived, and Jase "nieel
er,. time-keeper, had ' announced "timVs
up," tlie votes could not be "received,! and
tlie CliTunT merchanC got awayv with the
dictionary. Anybody and everybody was
allowed to vote, as often as they pleased,
npon the payment of 25c for . each vote.
and the last minute before closing the Spoils
there was A' mneh, excitement among the
bystanders as if the tate of the nation huu"
on the result, l'he. Congregational Soci
ety, under wliose' auspices the ; fair ?'was
Jiekl realized nearly $ TOO by this ieet!oii
scheme. ; .',.I-"'--.:i 7.. .n: .' : -7;.j.-.;;
ADVKimsixa Pays. As , an evidence
that everybody rcatls'the KibisTnt far and
near, but a fewweeks ago we advertised
tlie loss of a bundle of new clothing.', In a
day or two. after ; tlie papei appeared the
the party finding the bnutlle brouglvt it in
and left it "at Our office, and juja, few hours
thereafter " the writer W in' possession.
Week before last we advertised tlie loss of a
cloak-r-last week it was returned, the par
ty fiuding it living quie a- dincefrprnr
tlie city. And hi nunieroir. Instances of.
been enabled, td obtain j lwt, property; iit
small 'expense, 'iti' the shortest possible
time, afterBniaWing tljeir 'losses knowi
througii the tiolunms ot the KLTTfsncit.;,,It
pays to advertise in the irvKGisTEif. , . -
New Fikm. Messrs. Geo. F. Settfemelr
and GeptW, . pawsoi, ; pnder -.the ' flrrri
patne of -Settlenieir & layvson, .iiiowjjown
the spK'udid saw-niill about two .miles
from J.clAriorij'Mr. Jbawson haying bought
Mr.' John' iiurd's interest uij tlie mill.." As
will be seen by reference to an adyertise
rnent!elsewhere hi this Issue, 'all accounts
due to tlie late firm of ilurd & Settlemclr
belong to and must be settled w.ith the new
firm. sWe wish the new firm tlie fullest
saeeese''J - t'is i- ! I ?
-.vi"?-J i$fd if 1 1 -i-'-n ib ;
ALBANY Co?.LEGE.-vi'bis iiistatiitlori5 Is
etyoying great prosperity,, which is evi
dently owing tp the cftorU of those now in
chfrrge as teachers. The exercises4 at 1 tlie
College last Friday were- equal, - we thliik;
to aiiy thing of the kind on this coast."'1 As
citizens' w nviy-weil feel proud of eucb aV
institntioiiy where our' soitsand daughters
may have access to tho best teachers In the
country whose instruction, will make our
children 'wtsey tnkl ae we trust,' appj-'and
good-,-.' : s 1 ','.d u'l. )it'. 1
Ior'Ftrjr AN 'rLNtT;;tS vf.Jl
There will be tin- EntertafrimenV and 'Sv
ciiible given by the'TfinHi SiTndaVScleof.
three miles east' Of this' ckW 01V rrtii4fli :
eeetrmer -'smiy 1517(1. - Au tt'dtnissiono.br
sac wtll-be-charged at the Vloor." ttie1 pros.,
.Organ' ior'tlte. chnrch. -.A. WnemL invir'al
.ttoii'is extended .to'atjL.', There, wiih tbe arf
abundiiut" smiply offiood Uunestoeati and
a gotH' tiiijo- is anicHiBattl.; Doi't iergrit
tiuiv, J..HU oe 111 aiteuuance. . . i
' Mo!r,1rl .W rwi keiu joJC this ; city,' irm
Mlllfr,,f,.JiBcki?fiijconirty t;ho two electors
appeihieAl lye tbe Grover - ring, arc. rt-port-
9 IQ Iiave leahung.!n-eirigy hy the peo
ple of thevFork,?'' the other Vlay, because
y. :votel , for Hayes and1 Wlieeler. ! The
Forks won't tUnd any nonsense iutheir'u.
S. S. Officers. At " tne electloo lasi
Sunday for offlcers of the Baptist Sunday
School, so far' as we caii learn there was otf
intimidation or "repeatmgi" and as tMf
result was perfectly satisfactory, there'll be'
no trouble with tlie return! g board. Fol
lowing are tlie successful officers :' Supt.,
Mrfc Addie Mansfield j Asst. Supt.; itarrie'
Wheeler; Sec Ella JJnnsaker j i treas
Emma Garretson J Jibrariari, i. t; IIoI-'
land ; 'Asst. Xlb mma GafretaOn ; Oif.
gaulst, Addie Goltf ; Chorlsteri It.' A
Royal. " ; I .
. IIanksome PKESENTS.-Mf. Foshay hi
received a large invoice of bew and hand- -somely
bound and Illustrated works, bis
torical, biographical, scientific, literary;
etc., specially, adapted for holiday present;
rhcre are handsome', little grimmer 1W
the jtiveuiles, as weU as toys and noveltlait
of various kinds gold pens and pencils,
albnm, ' woi k-boxes, portfolios, rausld ,
books and musical Instruments, etc., tic.
lie has .the largest and,' most complete
stock ever brought to this, city, which de
serves tlie attention of everybody.
:Fikst RATE.--The Conj3gatIofial Son'
ciable at the Opera House oa Friday night.
December 15th, was auccesa, the attend
ance being very large. The entertainment
as promised was firetrate, -the character
personated (all from "Mother Goose"),
were well sustained Indeed, and were bois
terously received by the aoflience. The'
receipts were two hundred and thirty-five
dollars a large amount coijeiderlng that
mpney stringency, ....
When a-large' rotund, redfaced, well-'
dressed man, with a ne w silk 'stovepipe set
jauntily over the bald spot on bis bead.
sets down suddenly on his shoulders and
hack on the muddy, half-frozen crosswalk,
elevating his feet at the same time to show' .
hi disdain for the usual style rn sfich cases;
it Is useless for him to scramble to n up'
right position, and smilingly ejaculate
"it didn't hurt!'? for there ire people"
who wlll perilst Insetting hfaf dowri as K
patent fraud ! ' '' 3 '
' : . ' it t "' ' ' ' - 1 ' 1 -WW
, Mrs-rM, J. Uyde keeps, ttifl, fullest nd
best assortment of underwear, etc., for
ladies and children at her place On Broad-
albin, between First and Second streets.-
There's where you , get Dr. Warner
"health corset" and "child's waist," two
of the best articles ever Ihvenicd for health'
arid comfort.' Call and see "her stock we
havti't the space to announce 'a tithe of
the beautiful' arid nsefnl thfnfs flie has o
: There is a growing feeling In tlilS cohfr
try that when an Insurance eompany agree
to pay $1,000 for property when destroyed?
by fire, that said compftuy so lnsurfnf
against fire should be tvi&dei to' promptly
toe the mark, and not send agents for
f 'compromise,'' after the property insured
by them is destroyed, for leis than the la
surance agreed rtpori in fhe policy
Iatfst'Fkom CHrNA.-rrTwa youths and
a Chinaman had a set-to on Sunday after-'
noon,' the Celestial getting the worst 6f It,
apparently. , We are uot informed as to
how tbe row originated, or who is to blame"
in the matter but we are of the Opinlort
that all such (Tisgrawfrfl row khortld be"
prevenfsd.-' 1 "'x '- ;-( il'-ai.l
. " , ' - "'f-.
Ciian6e "of Place. Owln to the fact
that the M. E. Chrirch Dl br occupied by
the committees arranging for the Christ
mas ,tfee to-morrow, evening, . jthe Una
County Bible Society will meet at tbeLV
P. Clirirch at 7 r; sr. to-mOrrOw, Saturday
Dee. 2&h A full attendance fa requested..
Donation Pakty. A donation party"
will be held at the M. !E. parsonage on
Friday evening of net vfeefc, ' tiecember"
20th. Tlie friends of the pastor are invited
and of course will attend. , Bro; pe Vore"
deserves and should receive a . large testi
monial on the occasion. ,
M. E. , SbctAL.--?roe iietbodlst Soclaf
will be held this (Friday) afternoon, at Mrs
F. M, Westfall'8, commencing at S o'clock.
All Invited. The ladles report a irst rate
time at last Friday's Social.
,Itow many good . wives get ftp, these"
mornings, and make the fires owing tot '
the sudden illness of the old man" 111
rtesa brohgbt on cy his forgetting to get
kindling in readiness the rdgfjt befoie t
"We purchased a rdcei fat pkng' put
let, the other flay, that must Tiave been
nearly old enough to -rote, judging from
4bef time it rerjuired to get It ihtb eatable
cpaditl9n. r'jppngh, rny' graclotas I ,'
J-Tho clghtiy ' jrrinrai; ball !of Onesfers
comes off at tlie OpefW Itease on Monday
inguf, uexi .Ames always getlift enjoyable
,t tew Xloyal has ioveDted a hair, restorer-
that hp asserts snatchesem all bftkllteaded
we mean the other hair -reetforaiVfes f
.J I , 1 i.l 1 ... ,.W
... If your sewing rawetrfne Is ou of,iafr;
call' on Mr. Slnce at fl'ie Exchange IJotet.
lf'yoif'wa'nt to buy a second-hand machine
cheap, eali at the same place. :-x t
lj'rr..T. .,n 'mm. .-;,?; -;:!
,.ve saw a little fellow, on Monday
Tngglirg arotmd an icicle Ave or sfx feet in
Tehgth-ari evidence that winter Is upon As.
,j , ) - t ; , . u IB ' I 1 ri ' '!.' '
" ,lce' cream sales are not eflectcdt fcy ther
weather hereabouts. A t fhe fair test w,eelif
eight gallons were'sold, ,
s, a 'it 341 -'"' 'C. '- ."'l':
. , WcjKlR from tlie number -cf saeks f
-oiri toted jit our oflice hy the Sheriff,
that business with him Is good.-