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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1877)
FINANCE AftD COMMERCE
G old in New Yoi k, 1 0"
Legal tenders, 01 'y.'
Wheat. $1!' bushel.
Oats, 3"j.;o V bushel.
Butter, 25 Ci "o iouiid.
E-"s, lc? dozen.
Chickens, 2 30 -i.! 00 ? ita.
IJeef on foot, :h; ; pork, do., 7o nut.
Uacon Sides Vic; hams, 13c; shoulders,
' Iiid apple?, Co; plums, 12c.
Liverpool wheat market. Feb. 27 : Av
erae 10s SdOslOd; club, 10sl0d3lld3d.
jist Wuat You Waist. Mrs. .T. Weed
is agent ior Corn well's improved self-fitting
chart for . cutting ont-dresses for ladies,
misses.aiid children doubtless the liestand
cheapest system yet invented. By this
ciiart a perfect fit is warranted every time.
Call or address Mrs. J. Weed, Albany, lor
r,xvr, Btxrrs tor the rainy season,
both kip and gumgerubber a fresh supply.
very low, at the ready pay store in Shedd.
Mvsicai.. Miss Nettie Piper, teacher ol
Voeal and Instrumental music, lias recent
ly located in Albany, and prepared to give
lessons iu the above named brandies. Has
had several years experience in teaching,
and can give the best of references. 4
ALWAVS TO ISi: FOI XI AT
First Door West or S. Ii. Vomit's, First Street, Albany, Ogn.
Clioar for Casli.
XITVXIV, SOX Sc. OO.,
STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS J
At foot r Iyon Street, itoiitc llcmaii O. ,V liailroatl,
J T ISTST, OTlEGrON.
Will store Cirniu ml lenerul Jflci-t'!inii4lie at Slowest States
Albany, Oregon, Jan., ls77-l.v'.)
IF. H. McFARLANB,
The Richmond Range is a great wood
paver, and as it throws out less heat than
any other good range or stove, it is way
ttp tor Summer use.
Itrvatfeluss IHiaKiHft without Injury.
There is no exaggeration in the state
ment that thousands of iorsons residing
from one year's emfto another in fever and
ague regions on this Continent and else
where, brgntlie air more or less impregnat
ed with miasma, without-incurring the dis
ease, simply and onlv because thev are in
tlsj habit of using llostetter's Stomach Bit
ters as a preventative. It has frequently
happened, and the fact has lieeti amply at
tested bv tlie liarties themselves,- that ier
soiis snn-o'ttuded on all sides by neighbor
suffering the tortures of this shiver'mg-aud
burning plague, have-enjoyed absolute itn
iiiiuiitv from it, thanks to tlie protection
a Horded bv the Bitters. Nor is that stand
ard :!i!ti-felrile cordial less efficacious in
remedying tiiau in nrtrventins chills and
lever, bilious remit tents, and disorders of
a kindred tviie. Taken lietween the par
pxvsuis. itsjeedily mitigates their violence.
anil eventually prevents their recurrence,
These facts, convincingly ' established bv
evidence, apjieal with peculiar force to
travelers anu sojourners m malarious us
tricts. ' march
CoukIim and Colds.
SVom Samuel A. Walker. K., the wrtl-kmnvn
1 Kcui KsUite Auctioneer of Hosion.
. ! ''Having experienced results ot a satis
factory character from the use oi Wislar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry, in cases of seven:
colds, tluiing tlie past two Years. 1 have
lull faith in its renovating power. I wa
ll rst induced to try this medicine by tlie
sironsr recommendation of a iriend, vl;
iwas well-nigh gone with consumption, and
whose relict irom tlie use ot t satisfied nu
ot its great value in cases of colds and do
jeliue, and most clearly demonstrated to mj
tiiiuid its great value as a restorative, that
nh- needs a fair trial to insure a grateful
' recognttiou Irom the public." Sold by all
PUMPS AND HOSE;
-MAN V FAOTURES-
Tin, Copper and Sheetiron Ware
AUENT Villi TIIK CKI.KliitATEli
S- aaiLii V
THE BEiS'i? 1ST THS WOULB,
Imjiortant to all Invnlitfc. Iron in tlie
Tiie Penman Svrnp, a protected solu
tion of the protoxide' of iron, strikes at the
I rvt ot disease by supplying the blood with
its vital pniicipio, or Jite clement iroi
This is the secret of the wonderful success
of tiiis remedy in curing Dyspepsia. Liver
Complaint. Oropsy. Chrome liarrlii-a.
Boils. Nervous A lleetiona. ClUlls and Fe
vers, llumoi-s, rxss of Constitutional Vig
or, I )isea-cs of the Kidneys Jini Bladder
Female Complaints, and all diseases orig
inating in a bad Ptate of the blood, or ac
compauitd by debility or a low suite ofthe
ev-stetn. Sold bv all druggists. tnai-ch
PI.MPI.1S.-1 will mail Cfreol the l-et-ir for
i nnsmrinu u siiii?I VCKreiaiJie liHlmtuat will r:
, lnrivi! Tan. K reck Vs. riiui!'S ami niolelies
leaving the skin soft, clear anil lieitntiiiri : iilso
inslrm'tioiis IVr prodtieiii a luxuriant snwtli
it liairon Intlil lieu(lorsiniMlli law. A'ldn-ss
!5en. Vmxle'.l" & Co., box 5131, Io. o W oosler-Sl
mcw York. i"
T -xil "IlXI ITS. -The a'i vert isr.liiiv
ini iH-en iMM iiiaiicnlly eiireil of tliut dreail li
1 irain to make known to hi." ft:llov Mifterer flic
in,.iu f rnif- T nil wli lesir it. lie wiii
, He.mf tv copy of the prescription s'l (free-of
: eluir(t), Willi iinriitreeiionn lor preiniriiig
ttshi the tnme, wiiiell they will ttnij a iro
t-tirt- lor I'onfurmMuMt. ATnin:v, jirtmcim
i'itriie wisliiuir the. m-e:riiit ion will nieiiHcau
Iress Kev-. K. A. Wilcox. 101 remi St., WilliMins-
lmr;y, X. Y. tiy-'l ioihjvw
Ermnof To-tb.-A gcnlleiiian who sul-
fered for years from Nervous Debility, I'rc
.1 ...11 timelier! of vouthfnl m
erel ion will, for thctrakc of snrterin linmanity,
sen.! tree to ail who neol it, the rceijK: unci ili
rxjtum for niakinsr the simple remedy ly which
lie wus enred. Batterers wisliin to prollt ly
the wdvertiser's exjierienco can 1 bo oy atl
Uix'ssinif lir perfect cnnttdeiicc, JoUJS B. th)iBJi,
42CcUurSU,New York. mv
Tlie rcole Wan l'roof.
Ttiere Is no loclicino prescribed ly physi
cians, or sold by Dm-Wlsts, that carries suelv
evidence of it BUecerM mid HUi-rior virtue as
ebV ! KRMAs SvitVP for severe t oiifjiis.
it-x,lMeltied on the forest, Consumption, or
' itiiv tlisewauof the Throat or Lunsts. A proof
ot itait Hu-t is that any person ainieted. eun aet
fl ,Mimp: iiottk: for Bi cent s and try Its snpcrlor
tftr-,ts lK-fore Imvtna- the regular fjie T5
eenl. It Utflv Iieea int.ro1uce!l in this
.Die i;rv frfu iK-rmany, and its wondertiil
mns sire astonishing vfiryoiio thnt nso it.
Threw dose wiii relieve itny fjUC Try lt.
-.old by i41 ilwsgixUi. nisnu.
" ts the. tieieof year for I'lve" raon in, In n ST
jKcver, CoHKJi3c Colds, jmi1 fcital nesli of pre
disiiositiou totVisiinptinn uil other Throsu
na IvllUS iHo(us. DtmvHKK'tt .KBAM
vkijp luu Iuh used in tluneiclortiJ"l l'r
Uieinist ltwor line; vetirs itliot :i single
la.il me. to eitns. , jr yn Uniru not usiw f is ot
ieine yowrsKl tiO tp vour lrvifit. in Iiisclty
itdukiiiu4 lA its woiidtfrtu sats mnM
lit" eiiHtoniers. 'lrei Cmmo will rulieve lyu?
worst case, ijfyou bave no feSth in any ittc(fi
eiue, just Iniy a Smple Botti of JSoesOlCiCBS
tjBliMANSVKL'l'for JO cents tol try it., Kef?t-liit-
iiw Im.ii in 75 cuhU. Dou't Kjesle: ft couli
to save 75 cents. liianaj
To all who are KuflVirinir from the errovs and
iintisiej-etionsof youth, nervous weakneMS, early
!ie;iv. ioisof nmnliood. &e., twill s-ii1 it rc.cio
iliai will cure on, r'KKK tK iiAliiiK. 'J'Uis
f:re:Lt reiijLHly wjv diweovered by u iiiiionary
in s.iiit!t Aninrleji. Henl a si'tf-iiddrosed iinvi
loins to th5 Kkv. JokkpitT. IIJIA, Al6Ui'on 1,
i.UAx; HjMgfi, Hew ywk. nsv'J.
NOTICE IH HEU'mnoiVBN 1lat the. School'
tax tor tlie yitr IH7ii. is due and the sutri;
wtll lM! 'IwmiicjI delinquent unless liaid by the
second Monday of March, lM77,anl if said faxiM
:u- not id by that time it will lie my dnly to
ee.rvdy alisl of delinquents to t licConnly Ct;t'k
of Iiun eoitiitv. finon wiid eerllliilile. tlm
Coiitily t.'lerk will ixsuen, wnrmiitlo tin; MieriU"
ui i ite aiere.saiti coumy hiiu u. win oenisuu.y
u Jev-y uiki collect haul !ac.i.
J. J. Willi, Y, Helioo! Clerk.
Feiiniury IB, 1S77.-4W
loor to Hie liauli.
)ia XK JN.
SMITH & CO.,
AGEXTS FOR THE
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lOtt FROXT STUIiKX, I'OISLXI, VXI, OUG0.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
ALBANY, OREGON, JfARCII 2, 1S77
ILctler from a Postmaster. f
"AnttoC'II, lib., Dec. 1, 1874.
.r Ti. lfosK .ik Co.:
'"My wile ha", for a l.n time, foeeri a terrible
snU'erer from lilie.iim: ism. She has tried many
i. i.Lii-4:niil man v remedies. Theonlv Ihiuir
whieli bus sriven lier l-elief isCenlaur Liniment,
1 iiniireioieeiVlxi sny this haw cured her. I niu
"doiut? wliat 1 3ui to extend lis sale. '
W. II. RIN'ti
Tiiis i a sumliloof niwiy thodsondleslimoni
uls ri-'iv'ed, of wondertiil cures effected by Hie
...ii- I.biimeiit. Tlfe insredients of this ur-
I iele lire pitblishtMl aronld eaeli bottle. It con
tains Witch Hazel. M'enllm. Arniea, Hock Oil,
f nrholic, and mrt'dlenls hltlietui Utile known
li is an iiidisimtahle fnet that tlie Centaur I.ini-
iiu;nt is liertorinmsr more i-nnM or weiiiuns,
Kt itl' Joints. Krnptions, Klieuinatisin, Nenruliii
Sciatica, Caked l'.rmsts, I.k-jaw. tc., thsn all
I lie Ol lier 111111114-111 CIHi'im.Hii'ii;'. r.MiiucLS,
Salves, Ointments and (iltisters now in list-.
For Too! hache. liiraclic, Weak liacK.ltcli and
Culaii'eous Krnptions, it is admirable. It cures
burns and scalds wii nout a ser. i-.xii-aeis poi
sons from biles and stiiiirs.Mttd heals fntst-httes
and chUlblaiiiH. in a. short time. No family can
afford to Ws without the Centaur Liniment,
white wrai i Kir.
Tliet'entanr I.tulinent, Yellow Wrnifr,
Isadiinieil to the !oi!fh skin, uiust-les and tiesh
of the animal creation. Its eilecls iinn seven-
i-ases ol Spavin, S-vi.'eny, ind (tiul,- Miir Head
and Poll Kvil. are little less than marvelous.
Messrs. I. MeCHire ,V Co., Driiiiists. corner Ol
Kim and Front streets, t 'tticinmrti, Ohio, say :
"In our neighborhood" a number of teamsters
tire iii-lii!' Hie twiitaur L.iinmi-irr. xncy pro-
iioimiv ii .superior to anything; mey nuve ever
used. We sell a-s hi'-jli as four to live doy.en bot
tles per month to these teamsters."
We have t housaiids of similur testimoninls.
For Wounds. Calls, Scratches, Uiiifj-boiic, Snu,
ami for Screw Worm in sheep it has no rival.
Farmers, livery-iueti and sim-k-misei's, have in
this i.iuiuieiit "a reineUy wliicti is worth a hun
dred times ilsvost.
Laboratory ol .1. I. Rose & Co.,
4(j Dey street, Xew York.
'Rah fur Hayes!
Fine oils at l'ltimmcr's.
Queen Esther in a tew weeks.
Spring emigration commenced.
The hose boy's ball netted f'.M).
AVay up mackerel at Van Vaetor's.
Farmers all busy these pleasant days.
Won't somebody bring in a pound of
AttheineetingoftheF.lv Co., an ef
fort will be made to'getall the stock taken.
With the balance of the stock Milxscribed
lor, the Comiany could purchase an addi
tional evaporator, which would' enable
tliem to thribole tlie amount of work they
are to turn out with the present apparatus.
EXH.rlenee proves that the fruit rfrycr here
Is a profitable Invesfinenf now, and will
become more so when additional facilities
to preserve fruits, are afforded.
News came the first of the week that" one
of the mining companies which organized
during the -"Winter and sent prospectors
out to the mud springs country, had struck
it rich through said prospectors, and that
f.vo of the Co. must come at once to secure
the find. Two parties were sent, witn i
auly, the entire company will go np
Jitters received here lroni Eastern Ore
Shooting Match. On Wrdny after
noon a pigeon match wuioyiT on lhe
grounds just soullvof the corporate limits.
The entrance fee was $2 50, Willi 25c lor
each shot. There were nine entries. FoN
lowing is the score :
I J. IS. Monteitli....
W. n. Scott
A. Tl. Marshall
N. H, Sprenger . .
1. ISaltimore ....
W. ii. Barr
... 0 1 1
...0 1 0
.. . 1 O 0
First prize was two-thirds ofthe entrance
moiiftjr, J). B. Montcith and George
Rui kiiart, being the two best shots, divided'
i the first prize giving e.ueh $7 50. Rubarts,
il.ir.-hall. Bttltimore, llarr and Scott hav-
iiiiii. x wo ii.iri.iea cik . ,
, , , . . nig 'tietr' on the second and last arize,
tev and grub, to protect the Interests of , . .... .r
JT. . . , i proceeded to "shoot it oir. The distance
Co. until ater n the season .wlien, prob- : ! ' lu
, I fii-st shot, 21 yards rise, was increased to
good sweet batter?
Tae tr look at the handsome furniture g t,ip first of tlie week tell of rich qnarf.2
for sale at Sir. Duuning's. ledges recently struck out there. Parties-
Great, ltir-re. round, mellow" red' apples interested in these discoveries in this burg,
plentiful at 5'0e a bushel. Ynm, yum.
The citizens of Brownsville talk of aiding
to start a newspaper there.
Fred Uanta is about again after a dan
Mrs M. J. Hyde lias mswiy articles for
stile that the ladies especially want.
The Rkcistek is the official city organ
Sir. John IJriggs puts up the G'oldsmitli
Range. Call at his store and see it.
Orgeana Encampment meets the second
and fourth Friday night, in each month.
Fresh groceries at Brush's, next door to
the RecisteU office.
Greenbacks taken at par at the Register
office on subscription or advertising. ,
Go to Morgan & McFarland for bargains
in real estate.
Our friend Hatch, of Portland, threw his
handsome person in sight on Wednesday.
Gits. Lay ton, of Corvallis, was in the city
on Wednesday. '
Travel is at present rather light, but will
doubtless pick up before tlie month is out.
Jim Shen-m's Cultivator is winning gold
en opinions from advanced farmers.
Mrs. Cross desires to sell out her entire
stock before iceeivitig lier Spring purchases,
therefore will sell at cost.
Mothers m:v have, nsl and their labies inuy
li! c iu-:i li b. it' l ltev xv 1 11 use fas I oria tor W invl
'!'..-, Vt-ii. Keveri---!iness,Sore Moulh, Croup,
or sn.riiiH hi oinplriinf s. li is entirety a veir
la ! ije on i.;; nit ion. :i nd en interns neii her m inet
ltj .'i'lline, llitr uW-oh it in us pleasant . U
taiiins hoiuy,aii'l neiihi-r lilies nor riics.
I'r. K. Oiiu'och. of Itimont, .. snvs:
"1 am usin Casloriu in mv practice Wttii the
most ?-iu:il benciits and happy result.'
'1 lus is h:i.t irvcr otic sa s; Most nurs(;s ii
New York 'il v use lite Castoria. It. istri'pjire.
bv Mcs-is. ,1. n. liiw .V: t'li., 4'i J vv street. New
York, suceessors to Sutmiet Pitcher, 31. l. U'Jvs
tell of assays of G0 per ton $40 gold, $20"
silvtr. from the efoppings. ESclremenC
Frank Wood' returned from Greenhorn,
the first ofthe week, where he had becu to
take up several hundred feet more of iron
pipe. Frank now has 1.000 feet or more
of 11-inch iron pipe,- Willi which he intends
to tear down the gravel in the Greenhorn
claims thSs season.
Judges Piper ailuf Miller have dissolved
enpartnership by mutual consent. Judge
Piper taking an office in Mr. John IJriggs'
new building, while Judge Miller makes
his office with Major White, next door to
O. Fox Bro., First street.
John I bird's dwarf children are at pres
ent lieing exhibited on the Sound, drawing
good audiences. The dwarfs, brother and
sister, are aged respectively 23 and 24'
years, and in st'tture are smaller than Tom
Mr. A. G. Perkins, of Brooks Station,
son-iii-law ot our townsman, W. X. Ber
caw, has lost four children Within a month,
all from diphtheria, find information
reached' us yesterday tftat another child
had been attacked with the same disease.
Mr. John Schmeer has had a new oven
2d yards, and' each contestant allowed one
shot. The second prize was awarded- to-
A. II. Marshall,, lie having killed his bird.
LIST OF LE1TK.RS
Remaining in the Post Oflice, Albany,.
Lhin county, Oregon. March 1st, 1877.
Persons calling for these letrers must give"
tlie date op Which they were advertised.
Boiler, W A Reed, 1 W
Buchiier. Mr Robinson, A T
Cooper, Mrs Maggie Rue, W II
1 a v is,- O A
Foster, Miss Eva 2
llarker, J of in
Hill. Mrs Margaret
McAlister, Rev A
Miller, Miss Rosa
Miller. Miss Ella
Miller, Miss Minnie
Power, J b
Smith, Miss Mary "
Smith. Miss Rosa
Vmidorstovv, A W
Vanderbftt. W S
Vatiglin. W C
Wlieelcr, George F
Ward, J M
White, li W
Wilson, Mrs Harriett
P. II. RAYMOND, P. M.
Attentton There will be an cntcr--tainment
given at the Trinity Church,
March 9th, (Friday evening) three miles
and a half cast of Albany. There will be
an admittance fee ot IXiC cnargecf at tlid
door. The proceeds arc to be expended
for an organ lor the church and Sunday
School. - A general invfiation extended to'
all, and a' good time anticipated.
Remember This. The Indies and friends
o the Albany Baptist Church will hold a
Festival and Social at tlie OjHjra House thU
(Friday) evening. March 2d. for the purpose
W. D. Beuling has received a large stock fniit, which is a great imiH ovemonton the 0rrai.,inff ft,,, to reiilaco lamps, furnl
$(T in (finfl ier liav nt homo.' Samples worth 41
J IU ipiU frii. Stinson .; t'D.. l'orlland. Me.
SKM i.c 10 C. P. Kow Kl.I. & CO., New York
for P.implilet of lni patn-s, contaiiiinsr :,ki
I'wspapers, and estimates showing irost ot ml
Tlie JStantlai-cl Orran Triumphant.
Following is a copy of a Western Union telegram received by Sherman & Hyde, San
Francisco: - New Yoijk. September 2.l. 1S70V
Pelonlet. I'clton & Co of New York, have reeeivetl DIPLOMA of HONOR and
MEDAL of AWARD lor the
GELEBR AT'D STANDARD ORGAN
D. W. PRENTICE, AGENT,
133 First Street, lortlal. Oregon.
Hendricks does not think tlie oommis-
Mon acted according to the spirit of tin
law. llaye- cannot recognise Nicholis
VVIttltMIt BllUUJtflu lud owu tlcclivii l
rocerieM, I'rovisioHN. Totiwceo,
tiers', t rui kirj .niid Wovil ami
are, w Irs nt., Aiunujr, Or.
iifrtit ami prontaoie, i-eraui .,,,,1 k
ly etirii f.oin.MJcenlsto.-. lS'.r eveuniK. n I a
p.T.,.rtintU sum by 'lovotinw th.-n wl.le tiine
jhivs ami h '." "
ii.u h ax men". That Iiil ho si-o 1 his not lie iay
M l their mldtvs. and lest O.e. toin
make I iii-i impuraileled ouci . " s"
nnt well s.-ii isii;l we will eil one .dolUu. t4 !y
for tii. trouble of wrilimc. Full i.irtienUirs,
;?m.;.l. wl.rt h ..ral dollars ""'u""n
work 011. and a copy of Home ami .r t",V'
of the largest am! ' Hiiislriiieu i'ui)iii.n
tlaiid, Slatuc, uJiV-j.)
!4 1 ol tlie largest am! 'Ha
I nil Hem. Iiims bv nriii.
" I iiimieiu, oruuliible '
1'FICI! OK fMNOKK WAVVFAtT'ir n Co.,
FlKST AMI YAMUII.I, NTS.,
X'orti.A:i, Uii January 2a, IS77.
T7OU THK I.VFOKMATiON AND BKXKFIT'
I1 ot our customers, and to all persons dtn.ii
imr to nurciuise imii lu-NMimted siwmir mn-
chines, u n sju-i t luiiy notily tliem ili:i,t tlie
Messrs. 1 1 1 1 s l;l;isi. are ottraifunts lor aubi
ii'imd l.tnn (iinnt v.unii that thev. or V.
VVOl.VKiiTON. l'isd.. are tuhv tiiilimrixei! I
collciS mid s-t I le oiilsluTetbi-; tiecounls lor u,
The bmi'er Man nluel ri nit Company.
W. W. 1'AKSoNS.
5I.in.ijvr Oregon ami W. T
" Hear, lor I will i. ii K ot excellent
PQIiO'S EXTBAC The ureat Vegetable Pal
l'estrv-er. 'las bina in use over thirty
years, 1 nd for cltntnlhicfw and prompt cuiu
live v'rtucs cai'oot. lie cxcellnd.
GHiLGREN. ramily cm ntlord to be wThont
I'tnul'n i:xtinrt. Acciilents, Drnises,
Coitf usiiWM, Cutii, NprainH, are relieved
almost instantly by externa! application.
Promptly relieves pains or JUnrnn, (Scalds,
Ivxcoriations, t hntingn, Old Nores,
lloilis Felons Corns, etCv Arrests in-
llnmation, reduces Bwelliixns stops bleeding,
TPtnovm dicolemtioii-and licala rapidlv.
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. it always nliev.s pain?
in tlie hack ;tud luius.fiiilnrsdaiidprcEsUigpain
In the head, nausea, vertigo.-"
Ill LEUCORRHEA it h s nu equal. All kinds of ol.
certitiuns to which ladles are nubject are"
promptly cured. Fuller details in. book accom
panying each bottle.
P!LtS!!ind or bleed inn meet prompt relict
aud ready core. No case, however clnonic or
obstinate, mh lon; rtist its regular use,
VARICOSE VEINS. it is the only sure enre for
iliis distrenxui!; and dangerona condition.
KIDNEY DISEASLS.--It has no equal for prrma
BLEEOiNG from ary canse. For this is a upc
cilie. It bus raved hundreds of lives when ali
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from'
nose, Rtoinarh, luiiuw, and elsewhere.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, Toothache and
Karat-he are ail aliko relieved, and often per
PHYSICIANS o ullpcliools who ore acquainted
with Pond's Extract of Witch Hazel rec
ommend it in tiielr practice. We have letters of
commeudat im from hundreds of l'iiysicians,
many of whom order it lor use in their own
practice. In addition to 1I10 foregoing, they
order iU use for KweitinKS of all kinds,
uiny, (Sore Throat, luluimed Tonsllx,
Fimple and chronic. Iirrliwn, Catarrh,
(for which it is a specific,) Chilblains, Frost
ed Feet, Stings of Insects, Mosquitoes-,
etc.. Chapped Hands, Face, and indeed
nil manner of skiu diseases.
TOILET USE. Kemoves (Soreness, Rouahncwi,
Hint tsniartins: heals Cutn, emotions,
and Piuiile. 1 1 revives, invi jjuratat. aud re
J Vwi. wliile wonderfully , Unproviu? luo
TO fAR88.s-Ionii Extract. No Stock
Hreedur.uo fjivervAf an can attordlo he without
ik it is used by all the Leading Livery Stables,
fSt,reet liailroads and first Horsemen in New
York City. It hasno'eoual for Kpralns, Ilar
11 cm or (Saddle Chatintrs, Mlll'nes8,
Scratches, SwcilinBs.Cnt., Lacerntloniv
llleeiUna, Pneumonia, Colic, Dlnrrhira,
('hills, Colds, ate. Its raDtreof action is wide,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that it is
iuvalnnble in every Farm-yard as well a in
every Farm -homfe. Let it be tried once, and
jnn will never be without it.
CAUTION. l'omt' F.xtrnct lias been Imitated.
The genninc article has the words Pond's Ex
tract blown in each bottle. It s prepared by
. thconly persons livlnp whoever kDew how
to prepare it proporlv. Ecfuse an other pre
liarations of Witch llazel. This Is the only
article used by Physicians, and l.the hocpf.
..I'i.I2f tnis country and Europe.
HISTORY AND OSES OF POND'S EXTRACT,
Pmplili-t form, gent free ou apphcatiou to
MR IXTRACr COMPARY, Maiden
. Lane, New tork.
SOT FOR DIVORCE. '
In the Circuit Conrt of the Slate of Oregon fo
1 inn pfnmlv.
liiieiilda. Ambler, plaintiff, VSuit in Equity
John A. Ambler, defendant. I Divorce.
JIO OOllll A. Allllllcr, 1 IIO UCienuiHll, wim
named In tlie. name or ib stato of OniKon :
You are hereby require! to appear and answer
the complaint'of the plaintiff aljove named in
lhe als.ve entitled court, now on tilo with tho
Clerk of said court, within ten days from the
date of the servlen nf. tbia Auinmrms on von 1
served in Linn comity, Orepron.bnt if service is
nnw nt any other comity m sain siato inra
wiihiii 1 wentv itavs from the date of such serv
ice ; nnd if served by publication, then you are
wi"ireu to appear ami ansa-er oy tne nr-si, uiv
of I he-next reiruhu- term of suitl court, after
piibrieatiotr hereof for six weeks, whieli telln
couimiK-8 on tho -
iVflcotiff Mimdnti of jlwft. W77.-
or judgment, for want of such answer will bo
taken nsainst von. ou ivni fui't lier not Hied
that if von hill pi annc'ir sad answer as nbov
iviiuired. lhe nltiintiiru-ill ninlv lo 1 lie coin-
lor tile iy.ierde.uiuudt in tile eoiiiplainf, and
COSlHUIlll UlSlllllSllletlls ot Mils nun.
1 At 01 neys ior p!U
I'lildi.-hed lor si weeks in tlie At.tsA.NY III'
I.-iTi;i;. bv orler-ol It. I. lidie.-linbtjel' s.11 I 1
1 court . inad at eliauther la. 1, H7i luljvibvt-
of fine broom-eorn, and prooses to turn
out slathers of brooms.
Winter is len.vinj, and were it not lor
the name we would not have known it had
Mr. llysou, the Brownsville- printer,
called on Tuesday. Reports business in
1 Rrownsville pretty fair, i
Fretl. lianty's little t'niifthter, taken fast
week wilh scarlet fever in its most virulent
lot-in, is reported recovering.
Wo did not receive our paper till late in
the week, and are therefore a little hurried
in "retting it out.
The Albany Fruit rre?erviu; Co. meet
on the 12th int. to elect ncv-? ollicers lor
the coining year.
Men and money nave been sent Irom this
city to the new silver discoveries in East
ern Oregon during tho week.
Mr. Fox has opened a new liakery in hi
building on First street, lately occupied by
A great deal ot hard work will be done
the cominj season in the way of prospect-
tig, and we expect to hear of good placer
diggings being struck, as a result".
The Richmond Range never goes back
on the good housewife, but is perfect in
every department of cookery. Sold only
Judge Piper has taken an office, up stairs
in John liriggs' new building, First street,-
where he will be pleased to see clients and
When the report reached this city tha
Oregon had been counted in and Oroni
out, everybody lelt that! justice and righ
You can sret a etrsfmcrc saliS at I. "E.
Blain's, pants, coat and vest, for $15. made
in tho height of fashion! The cheapest
goods you ever went anywhere !
The temperance Alliance adjourned lasC
Friday morning, after one of the most
pleasant, and' we hope ' profitable sessions
ever held by the Association. '
A letter from Jonesboro, III., from our
brother. Rev. J. W . Van Clevc, informs us
of the dentli of his youngest child, Laura
Belle, aged about 2 years, on the Cth ot
Persons living in Iinn county can have
the Reoistkb mailed to tliem one year for
2 50; to subscribers living elsewhere,
$2 75, the extra 25e being to cover postage.
Send In your names.
Mart. Paine and wife returned to their
home in this city on Tuesday, after an ab
sence ol some months in California. Mrs.
Pitlne's health was much improved by the
We are informed that Curt. Price re
eeivetl a note from Abe I Tackle man, a few
dMys ago, requesting him to come out to
the Ochoco country at " once. Report has
it that the boys have struck it rich in quartz
lodges. ,-' - - . :
Rev. A, J. Ilunsaker'g youngest cliiliTis
very low with typhoid fever, with recovery
extremely doubtful. For this reason the
Rev. gentleman has been unable to meet
the many pressing demands for lus minis
terial labors at various places in the State.
We learn from the attending physician,
Dr. Wilcox, tliat another chUd of Mr.
Fred. Banta's is suffering from an attack
old, enabling him to turn out better bread, tre destroywl by tIlC at0 u,-e. Con-
etc., man ever Dciore. tributions and donations thankfully re- v
Ixmk at those Aetna sewing machines at I ceived. All are Invited to attend. Ad'
Blaiu's and get Jay to show you how they mittance at the door, twenty-live ccut3
get away with sewing,
Geo. Settlemeir was in town 'Wednesday
looking alter business. Making slathers ot
good lumber at the mill.
Remember, ye canines, your tax is now
due; interview tlie Recorder, or he'll make
it hot for you !
The hose boys arc talking of a steamboat
excursion some of these moonlight ntglits.
' The wheat business is about played ont
none tor sale nt any price.
A number ol business failures have been
announced in this State during the Winter
More or less rainfall during the latter
pnrftif tbtrwcekv ' -
Jav Blain is now chief clerk at 1. K.
Blain's clothing emporium.
We have some lead pencil artists iu this
city that are almost equal toNast.
Fair, The ladies and friends of tlie M.
VI. Church are busy preparing for n grand?
fair nnd sociable the latter part of the pros--'
I would I were a sclioolmarnv
And ainone the schoolmarm's band
With a small boy stretched across my kuec'
Anu a ruler in rny nanil.
On Tuesday, nt tho resilience of tho
bride's father in this city, by Klder Powell,
Joel P, Gcer. ot Buttevllle, anu Miss
OalL-ta E. Colver, of Albany.
Resolutions of condolence bytbcOum--
lierland Presbyterian Sabbath School, of
Lebanon, on the death ot little Maudv
daughter of Mr. J. L. Cowcn nnd wife,
died February 23d, 1877, offered by Mrs.
WITAT JOLLY TIMES WE DO HAVE. ' ' , ,
t iiKiifc-A3, ijioti fj.is seen ui, in ins j. ruv-
Et. Rkcistku : Tuesday evening five. "!R,U?!; to i-emore ny nentn tne nitio
couples of our young Collegians, of a tern- nmfilis mua wife, from our midst, thus .
perance turn of mind, concluded to go to dissevering a link which once united tile
the Willamette Temperance Union, held
at the Muddy Church some twelve miles in
tlie count ry.
They started according to agreement
about half pnsfc fonr o'clock r. M. They
did not find "bfiggy riding"' very enjoyable
happy family together, we, therefore, iu :
foil sympathy with the bereaved parents,
; oiler to fchem our sorrow tntd condolence
in this lamented loss of tlieor little and love'
cTieflshrd dhrling : '
J.'esntre't. Tliat ih tendering to Mr. J. T
Cowen and wife, our unreserved sympathy
in the nimefioiis tiotl lias een proper to"
at this time of vear, as they could only go place upon tliem, in taking by death little
from two to three miles an hour, but they lAl Jl, 1 ' IT .u " , ?
... from this Sabbath School- wc recogmzo
arrived" at the church "right side up." that she has been borne ffway from our
As soon as the exercises at the church midst in tlie arms ot Jcstis, to be trans-
I - I J...1 it.. 1 L ..a. 1 i I l .1 .
were over, a large crowd of young people I"-"" re,,",,,0, t,u:r"J" " e "
, , . , " . , " ' ' to bathe in.tlio cfliilgence of glory, only
found their way to the residence of .Mr. imYin2 for a silort ncriixl nrwxMUtd us, aiuf
Stockton, a short distance from the church, there awaits, amidst tlie throng of depart
where tticv passed the hours away very eJ tte ones singing God' pniisea, our
, " ,-i u . o lft . , coming perhaps at a neav future day
pleasantly until about 2:30 a. m., when our je8l?rl. That a copy of these expres-
Albany friends thought it was time to lurn sions of tlie C. P. Sabbath School bo pre--
their faces homeward. They got their sented to Hie bereaved parents, and also
i t 1 1..., tn.. Misertcd in tlie Albany papers,
teams and started home, n jolly set. ,v v tVt vs. Vie ftm't.
.T. 0. TfCDsoN, Secretary.
I.euaxon Feb. 23, A. D. 1S77.
THE BltlDAI. ciiAHttr.n'.
They proceeded awlillo all righl,- but
h-aveliug at the rate of two miles an hour
through tlie nvud on a cold morning In
February, made them, especially those In
cne oacK seat,, sit very cose cogcuier. au Tje .. 11 alMl .WKWara. anJ H-
..X. . . ..71 a,lmi n Ysttr rmtt- cliAiti I . -. . . .
Km:iK w.i ...... was 6,ort a, i iK,tu!. but Uot'li wore a
we win can uaniei iveDstcr, sau to Jus I nervous aspect of exceeding great joy
linr partner (Miss A.) "yon had better try T hey entered a hotel in Cliicasjo, and
and take a nap or you wilfbo sick to-mor- after lie had registered Lis namo "and
row.' Said she : 'You liad better sleep 1 ladv," lie said to tliecleik ::
awhile yourself or you will be sick, as your "-eo here, mister, me and my wifo
bead aches so now." . . have just been spliced, and I'm RoinR
ThiS much being said no more wa3 nec
essary, and she accordingly reposed her
auburn brow on his manly' shoulder, nnd
he responded by laying Ii'ts check ngainst
her snowy forehend ami thus they slept.
to isl iow Amanda Chicago, if it takes a
mule a day. Kow give mo ono ot tlictiv
rooms l.ko the Temple of Solomon, you
The clerk called a hall boy and paid,
Show this gettlcuian the bridal chatn--
Exacti.y the Boat Waxteb. The
Courier says : "Tlie new boat, the Mo
Milinville, made a trip up the Long Tom
last week. While ascending the river she
had to wait at one place until a wagon
forded the stream ahcatf of" lier.. She
of scarlet fever. We also learu that his J brought down T,800 sacks of wheat", besides
little girl, wlwse liio was despaired of for other freight. This goes to show that she
a number of days, is in a lair way of re- is well adapted for a freighting business ou
covery. the shallow streams that are tribrrtarics to
It is expected tliat tho rooms secured for the Willamette." This. is ablrost equal to
tlie use ol the Y.P.C.A.,-on corner of Fer- the Mississippi boaU, that were said to be
rv and Second streets, will be ready by tSie able tcrnn on tlie sweat ol a water intcn-
Ie was truly a "sweet'"' sleci wnich was j n
broken about 710 A. m. by tlie driver call- t tlli,, aiiection the Ull rnrtic be
iiig out ; '"Wake tip, Dan -T' we're Homo dune instantly excited.- "Not by a
agJil'n." - durnexl sitrht ! Yo sliiny-haircd, biled--
They all say it was a splendid trijs but j shirted,' dollar-brcafit-pmnetl', grtninnf''
we're "awful sleepy." Clyie. j monkey, you" cant play that on mo
It 1 am trom the comitry, ye Uon't
catch mo and my wife sleeping in your
old hariiets room.'' And they left tho
middle or latter part of this mouth. All
persons desirous of becoming members ot
tlie Association should hand In Uieir names
at once. .
It is riiiiiored liiat the City of Salem is
to be taken from tho ITpper and placetl on
tlie Lower WilUimctte tnule, reducing
freight and fare between Poitlund and As
er! Xext. ; ". :
Medicac. -See card of 3Irs. S. Nichols,'
M. D., homeopathiti physician. In this Issue,
Mrs. Nlcliolshas been a resident of tliU
city but a few months, but during that time
she has built up a reiitation as a careful,
skillful and attentive physician. Parlies,
especially ladies, requiring medical atten
tion, are rekrruu to Mrs. I. Nichvls.
A Wasliington telejfram of the 15th'
says : Yesterday's transactions ot the1
Oregon ciplier dispatches excito great
interest. Tlioso without wgnaturo
doubtless were Pelton'p, aa they gener
ally replied to j Oregon message ad
dressed to Pelton. Pel ton is Tilden's
favorite nephew, hi expectant heir and
well-known confidential agent in politi
cal affairs, m which capacity lie was
well known to the ielcgates to tlie New
York State and St. Ixniis national con
ventions. lJeing iropecuniotis hiiunelf,
nobody supposes it was his own money
he became responsible 'to furnish for the
the Croiiiii biiMiiesf).
; The nldcMt toiuWume iu the Triuity
churchyard, New York, is that of Satu'l
ChurcUr, who died AurjuBt 5, 1681,