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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1877)
FlriAKCE AND COMMERCE
- Gold In Xew Yoik, 105
Legal tenders, OoSOGe.
Wheat $1 bushel.
Oats, 3? j'c ? bushel.
Butter, 25 (3 :S5e pound.
Eggs, KC H dozen.
Chickens, $a50$3 DO do2en.
Beefon foot, 3c; pork; do., 7c net.
tJacon--Sklea, "13cj liani 15c; shoulders,
Dried apples, Cc; plums, 12c.
i Liverpool wlieat market. March G: Av
erage. 10s 3d310sGd; club, 10s 7d10s lOd.
Just what You Want. Mrs, J. Weed
Is agent for Corn well's improved self-fitting
.chart for cutting out dresses for ladies,
misses and children doubtless the best and
cheapest system 'vet invented. By this
chart a perfect fit is warranted erery time.
Call or address Mrs. J. Weed, Albany, for
Boots, Boots lor the rainy season,
both kip and gumgerubber a fresh supply,
i very low, at the ready pay stoic in Shedd.
Musical. Miss Nettie Piper, teacher ol
Vocal and Instrumental music, has recent
ly located In Albany, and prepared to give
lessons in the above named brandies. Has
had several years experience in teaching,
and can give the best of references. 4
Tlie Richmond Range is a great wood
saver, and as it throws out less heat than
any oflier good range or stove, it is way
up lor Summer use.
ItrvathinK Miasma without Injury.
There is no exaggeration in the state
ment that thousands of persons residing
from one year's end to another in fever and
ngue regions on this Continent and else
wliere, breathe a'1r more or less impregnat
ed with miasma, without incurring tin; dis
ease, simply and only because they are in
the habit of using Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters as a preventative. It has frequently
iiaprned. and the fact has been amply at-
: tested by the parties themselves, that per
sons surrounded on all sides by neighbors
suffering the tortures of this shivering and
burning plague, have enjoyed absolute im
munity irom ir, thanks to tne protection
afforded bv tin" Bitters. Nor is that stand
ard anti-febrile cordial less eflieaeions in
remedying than in preventing chills and
lever, bilious remittents, and 'disorders ot
a kindred tyje. Taken between the par-
oxTsmt, it speedily mitigates their violence,
and eventually prevents their recurrence.
Tltese facts, convincingly established by-
evidence, appeal with peculiar force to
travelers and sojourners m malarious tits
Congrlut and Colds.
, From Samuel A. Walker. Esq., the well-known
i ueal tstute ncnoneer 01 jsosron.
"Havinsr experienced results ot a satis
factory character from the use ol Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry, in eises of severe
colds, during the past two years, 1 have
lull faith in Its renovating power. I was
first induced to try this medicine by the
strong recommendation of a friend, who
was well-nish srone with consumption, ami
whose relief from the use of it satisfied me
t its sreat value in cases of colds and de
cline, and most clearly demonstrated to my
mind its srrcat value as a restorative, that
only needs a fair trial to insure a grateful
' recognition lroui the public." Sold by all
Important to all Invalids.
Iron ill the
The Peruvian Svrtm. a protected solu
tlon of the protoxide of iron, strikesmt the
root ot disease by supplying the blood witl
its vital principle, or life element Iron
Thi Is the secret of the wonderful success
of this remedy in curing Dyspepsia. Liver
Complaint. Dropsy, Chronic Diarrho-a,
Boils, Nervous Affections, Chills and Fe
vers. Humors. Loss of Constitutional ig-
or. Diseases of the Kidnevs and Bladder,
Female Complaints, ami all diseases orig
inating in a bad state ot the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low state or t.ic
svfitem. Sold bv all druggists. march
- . - .
Pltll'I.l"S.-I will mall (free! the rccirie for
preparing a simple Vegetable Jiulmthat will rc
- mora Tan, Freckles, Pimple-- ami Blotches,
leavimr the skin soft, clear anil lieautiful ; also
ln-.trn.Hon for nroducimr a luxuriant (trowtli
ot hair ore a lm-id head or smooth face. Address
lien. Vandeif & Co., box 511, No. 5 Woosior-St
New York. toni3v9
TO CONSEM JTI VES. - -Tlie ltd vert Iser.hav
ln been pcrmunenlly cured of that dread dis
ease, Consnii pTioit,by a simple remcdy.is anx
ious to make known to his fellow suiterers the
m.-nnd of -iirc. To nil who desire it. lie will
send a com- of llie prescription uscn! (free of
charge), with the directions for preparing and
nstmr the same, which tney win nua a xure
..nra ftvlVinanmntinn. Asthma. l?ronchltlS.&C
l"jirtiM victhlnv the TM-cserint ion will r I ease ad
dress Rev. E. A. Wilson, 1!U Pcnn St., Williams
burg, N. Y. 1
Errors of To- th.-A gentleman who suf-fi-rvrt
for vmmfmm Xcrvons Debilit V. I'rema-
tnre Decay, and all thccUectsof youthful indis
cretion will, for the sake ot suffering numanuy,
u..rwi rru mnii h i.wil ir. the recipe and di
rection for making the simple remedy by which
he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
lin urlwriiain-'ii e--rnerioneo can do so by ad
dressing in -Trcet confidence, Jonx B. Oudkn
Tfc PMvle Want I'roof.
m.4 - ... . 7wi , nrv-vrilied 1V l)ll
lllVrC l 1- 'ill Jill, fjr - I
litns: or sold bv inttKgUtej that cames sueli
pridenee of its ueoci and woperior virtue as
Bosrif eks Ucemax Syrup for severe Conghs,
Colds settled on the brest. Conemuption, or
uty disease of the Throat or Lntt?s. A liroor
ot tUat fjtct U that any ierson aillicted, t-an !f et
ft SampUi Uottk! for 10 eentsttnd try itssuierior
.-necUi lK?lbre buviug the regular size at 7a
etetu. it has lately Been, umiwuv
xuntry from' tiwmany, aud Its wonuewni
pure are ustonisiung everyone that w J.
Three doses will relievo iuiy case.
uld by all druggists.
Wow is the tinjeof year for Pneamonta, tuns:
Fever, Coughs, Colds, Mid total results of pro
tlispowii in to tVmsomption and other 1 hrooi
And lautf Diseases. liiiscHEK't Oesm
iSYBCP Uoa Itecn used in this neighborhood lor
Iheast tw or tiiroe yara wit limit a BtngM
fallnre to cure. IX yon-imvc not used tins med
icine yourself, go to your Druggist in this diy
And ask him of Its wosdertal success iwnorig
Jhis customers. Three dose will relieve the
-worst case. If you have fto faith in itny medv
cine. Just by a Sample liottle of Jtost-HEBra
AiEHMANftYHCi' Cor 10 cents and try it. Heg
lar size lxrttle 75 cents. Don't neglect a cough
U w.ve js canto. , ?18ni
To en rho .rfi suffering from the errors and
indiscretions of voutAi.nf I'rotw weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, ic., I will send a recipe
that will cure you, FUKJi tF t:HAJWJE. Tliis
irniil rnmedv was discovered bv a missionary
n Sonth A merica. Jsend a stdf-addressed envo-
kirss to the Key. Josei-h T. 1k., Jjl'jlipn M,
UiUe tiifiuc, 2iew York. uSvlt.
'M'OTICl! IS HERBT GIVKN: that the School
X'l tas for the year 1H7U, is dite and the sami
will be Uiemed dellnqueat unless paid by the
second Monday of Marcli. 1877, and If said taxes
are not mid bv that time it will be my duty toi
eert itv a. list of dellnoueuts to tlus ('AHBtv Cietk;
f Liinu covinty. " Cpoa said oertitlcate the
Vnnty Clerk wlU issue a warrant to the fcherUX
of the aferesairt connty and it will be his duty
to levy and collect said taxes. '(
J. J. WIIITXBX. Schoo: Clerk, I
' February is, 1377,-tw
The little Democratic organs in Ore-
fton will now pine away and die. The
Tildeu money is all gone, and in a short
fpaco or'tiroe their liauds will be taken:
4Lut cl tbja State Treasury. Statesman,
Groceries and Provisions!
ALWAYS TO KE FOU.I AT
First Door West or S. E. Young's First Street, Albany, Ogn.
CJIaqcve for Casli.
lixviry, SOX fc CO.,
STORAGE ANDCOMMISSION MERCHANTS
At foot or I jon Siwt, opposite DcKt on O. t'. linllnwd,
Will store .r:iin ami fieiicral
Albany, Oregon, Jim-, 1S77-13V!)
W. If. McFARLANI),
PUMPS AND HOSE
Tin, Copper and
AliEXT FOH Tilt:
ALU AX Y,
xt door to tlie Bank.
A . F. SMITH CO.,
t. 'I lk
100 ritOW STREET,
Following is a copy of Western Union
Poinnhnt- Pelton & Co of Jf cw ?Ofb,
MEDAL of AWAKD lor uus
CELEBRAT'D STANDARD ORGAN
f. W. PRENTICE, AGENT, j
J33 Fint street, Portland. Oregon.
33" Cull and tx Jiim.
n- th. wnrkinir flaaa. We are now
wenaredto furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of the tune,
lloit.H.nd nrofltahla. Personsof either sex -easi-
Jy earn from 60 cents to j per eviinmsr, and a
proportional sum by devoting their whole time
to the lraslnesa. Boys ani friris earn netvri.v
muca as men. That all who see this notice umy
send their address, and test the busioess wa
make this onparalleled offer: To such as are
not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay
tor the trouble of writing. Full particulars,
samples worth several dollars to commence
work n, and a copy of Hoinoand Firesiflo. one
of the largest and best Illustrated Publications,
all sent ftt try mail. Ueader, if you want ler
maiieiit, protilablo work, address, 4iKK(iB
abuN ACo., Portland, Mulne. iniiiiva.J
Merchandise at Lowest Rates.
Sheetlron Ware !
h ir -ui.tt nil
POllTLAX 1, OREGON,
telegram received by Sherman & Hyde, San
New Tork. September 20, 1870.
hayo received DIPLOMA of HONOR and
n,ii.m in liroeerie. Provision. Tobacco,
irara, cutlery, troraray, nna nowfasv
11JOW are rsi jy tunny, ur.
OKMCP OK SISOEB MANI7ipAOTIH3 Co.
PoBTi.Ajso, OB., January 23, 187
mtiu ivimiiMATins AND BKNEF1T
trf our citwiers,and to ail pel-sons desir-.
,,rr lo ourcnase our uewurnw, ":
chines, we res,etfully notify tnem that tne
Messral TITUS BEOS. re our awnU for Alba-.
.jiinniniitv.iind that thev. or C K.
WtlLVEKTON; Ksq., are folly authorized to
collect and settle oulstandinK aotonnta for us.
'I lift aiUliU JUiall UiiJti inta, vi"u
A"ua"0 M. W. PARKINS.
Maiiasor Oregon and. W. T.
UlSV'JUlC I ,
Letter from a Postmaster.
"Antiocii, Ir.1.., Dec. 1, 1S71.
"Mfssks. J. b.-Kose&Co.: .
"My wife has, for a long tune, teen a terrible
snll'oror from Kheunial ism. she has tried many
nhvsieiaiisanil many remeaie i msouii unng
which has gi ven her relief is Centaur Liniment
1 am rejoiced to' say this has cured her. am
doing what I csin to extend its stile.
- VY. 11. ItJUNli.
This is a sample of many thousand testimoni
als received, of woiulerlul cures eiiecieti uy t no
Centaur Liniment, xne lnjfivmeiiisoi imsai-
ticle are published around ciu-ii mune. it con
tains Witch Hii.cl. Jlentha, Arnica, Ko-k Oil,
C&rbolic, and ingredients hit.lKirto little known
If is an iiidispuiauie Itict tnat tlie v.emaur ljini-
n..nt i4 1M-101-,lllll!r lllOrC CUl'l- OI .-WCltUlSTH,
Stiff Joints, K nipt ions, Khunintuism, Aeunugia
Sciatica, Caked lireasts. Lock-jaw, Ac., than all
the other Liniments, Kmbrotsitions. Kxtracts,
Salves. Ointments and plant ni-s now in list.
Koi-Tootbnj-lii' Kanuaie. Weak Back.ltchand
Ciuancous Eruptions, it is admirable. It cures
burns and scalds wit nout a scar. . r.xtracts poi
sons from bites and stings, and heals frost-bit es
and chillblains, In a short time.- Sro family can
afford to Ihi without tlie Centaur Liniiiicnt,
The Centaur I.liilmcut, Yellow Wrapper,
is adapted to the f ough skin, muscles and flesh
ol the animal creation. Its eiieeis upon seveie
cases of Spavin, Sweeny, Wind tiall, llig Head
and Poll Evil, are little less than marvelous.
Messrs. J. Mi-Clure Jtln., uruggists, corner ol
Elm and Front streets. Cincinnati, Ohio, say :
"In our neiglinorinHMi a numoer ol teamsters
are using tne i cn:aur i.niiincm. i ncy pro
nounce it suix-rior toanytiimg tney nave ever
ust;d. We sell as high as four to five dozen bot
tles per month to these teamsters."
we nave i nousaims oi summr o-si miomajs.
For Wounds. i:ils. Scratches. l(ing-loiie. o..
and for Screw Worm in sheep it lias no nval.
Farmers, livery-men anu siocK-raiscr, Have in
this Liniment a remedy whiclns worth a hun
dred times its cost.
Laboratory ot ) . II. Kosc & Co.,
40 Dcy street, New York.
Mothers mav have rest and their liable may
have health, if they will use Castoria tor Wind
Colic, S orms, everishnuss.Sore Mouth, L roup,
or Stomach Complaints. It is entirely a vege
table preparation, and contains neither miner-
al. morphine, nor alcohol. It is as pleasant to
take as honey, and neu her gas nor gripes.
lr. K. Kimocii. ol DniKint, ., savs:
"I am nsinyr Castoria m my practu-e Willi the
most signal delictus and nappy result."
'I Ins Is what e vcrv one savs: Most nurses
New York Citv se the Castorui. It tsprepared
iv jiessrs. J. n. nose x l o., 4H ucy street, jew
York, successors to Samuel Pitcher, M. D. 3UVS
tfjC n Qf wr day at home
Samples wort h 1
!rixsoji .v Co., Portland, Me
CEN'r)i-cto;. P. 11DWK1X A CO. . Sew Vot k
O for Pamphlet of ItX) pases, containing 3.000
newspapers, and estimates showing cost ol ad
Hear, for will spenR of excellent
POSID'S EXTRACT -The preat Vegetable Pal
uenrayrr. las oeen in use over inirty
years, and for cleanliness and prompt cura
tive virtues cannot h ptivIImI.
CHILDREN. Mo family can afford to be wThout
ro4' Extract. Accidents, Bruises.
Contusions, Cuts, Kprains, are relieved
almost instantly by external application.
Promptly relieves pains or ISurns, Scalds,
Exporlatinnn, C'haOngs, Old Sores,
ltoils, Felons, Corns, etc Arrests )n
flnmation, reduces swellings, stops bleeding,
removes discolors rlons nirrh-iln rnniillv.
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. It always relieves pain.
... me uuu iuiunri imuBNi ouuinnaui nuu
in the head, tisiises. prtitm
IN IEUG0R3HEEA it has no eqaaL All kinds of
ceratioiu to wnicn ladies are suDject aro
promptly carea. r oiler aet&us in DouK accom
panying each bottle.
PILES blind or bleeding meet prompt relief
ana ready cure. No case, however cluonic or
obstinate, can lODg resist its regular nse.
VARICOSE VEINS. It is the only sure cure for
mis distressing and dmgerons condition.
KIDNEY DISEASES. It has no equal for perma
BLEEPING from any cause. For this is a spc.
cilic It has saved hundreds of lives when all
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from
Vlfts. Kf O m n I'll. I il it i. nnit fiWwhiKi
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, Toothache and
PHYSICIANS of nil schools who aro acquainted
miu i-,iiiu s r.xiract or witrn iiazei reca
ommend it in their practice. We have lettersof
commendation from hundreds of Physicians,
many of whom order it tor use in their own
practice. In addition to the foregoing, they
order its use for Hwellin of all kinds,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Inilntned Tonsils,
simple and chronic Diorrlma, Catarrh,
(for which it is a specific,) Chilblains, Frost
ed Feet, Stings of Insects, Mosouitoes,
etc, Chapped Hands, Face, and indeed
all manner of skin diseaana.
TOILET USE. licmoves Soreness, Ronahnesa,
and (Smarting! heals Cuts. Eruptions.
...... . i.. . w iw. nmifviuia,ium '
frah, while wonderfully -toprovinir the
ti1 Pl.nlH 1, . 1
TO FARMERS. Pond's Kxtmct. No Stock
.ui'ueuer.uo LiveryMao can atlord to be without
It. It is used by all the Leading Livery Stables,
Street 1 tail roads and first Horsemen in New
Tork City. It has no equal for Sprains, Har
ness or Saddlo t'baliifi, Stillness,
- Scratches, SweIIinin,Cnts, Lacerations,
Illeedina, Pneumonia, Colic, Diarrhcea,
Chills, Colds, etc. Itsrarigeof action is wide,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that it is
, Invaluable in every Farm-yard as well as hi
every Farm-house. Let it be tried once, and.
. "ever do witnout It.
CAbTIDH. Pond's Kitrart luiihwn imare1.
The penuine article has the words Pond's Ex
Jracl blown in each bottle. It s prepared by
the only persons li vlna who ever knew how
to prepare It properlv. Refuse all other pre
parations of Witch flazeL This is the only
article used by Physicians, and 1" the hoepf-
HISTORY AMD OSES OF PCND'S EXTRACT.
IB najntirilor 4,r n nnnloti.. t,
fQMD'S fXTIAGT COMPANY. SW Maiden
mne. new l orlc.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon fo
Lucinda Ambler, ptalntiff, Suit in Kquity
v-M . - for
John A. Ambler. di'fndnnt. I Divorce.
Trt ,.,v,n . i . i . . . . n r. H .1 , ahnvn
named in the name of the State ot orejron
. ' w.ii. . v. Alumni) 1 1 uj in I. i.M..." -
ton are lierchv i-pnnlivft to armour and answe
theoomnlaiiit of thn lnintitJ' above named in
tne aiMive entitled court, now on nio witu nio
Clerk of said court, within ten davs from the
date of the service of this summons on yon if
served in Linn county, Oregon, but if service is
made In any other 'county in said State then
within twentj davs from the date of such serv
ice: and if served by publication, then you are
required to apjiear and answer by the first day
of the next regular term of sid court, after
publication hereof for aix weeks, which term
commences on the f
Second Monilnu of Miareti. 1S77,
or Judgment for want of wieh, answer will be
taKcn against you. you are turiuer noiineu
that if you fail to appear and answer as above
required, tne piaintitr will apply to we wwn
for tho relief dehiandeu in the oompUilnt, and
costs and diaburstnents of this suit.
- POWiSLI. IliBN,
Attorneys for plfi.
Published for six weeks in tho Albany il nt
ISTKR, hy order of It. P. Boise, Judge of said
court, made at chatubcr Ley. 11, IST'i. Inl3v0vy
OFrlCIAL CITY PAPER.
ALBANY, OREGON, MARCH 9, 1ST
Grand Ratification at the Col'rt
House. On Tuesday night tlie citizens ot
this city met at the Court House to rejoice
over the success of right and honesty In
the selection and peaceable inauguration
ot Rutiif-rfoud B. Hayes as President of
the United States. The Court House was
beautifully illuminated from top to bottom,
and made a grand appearance. The Al
bany Brass Band discoursed the best of
music, while the Glee Club delighted the
large audience, as was its wont during the
past campaign, with appropriate songs.
Sir. J. F. Backensto was elected President,
and after the cheeting which greeted his
appearance on tlie stand had subsided, de
livered a stirring and patriotic "inaugural."
After music from both the Band and Glee
Club, Judge riper was loudly called for,
came forward, and spoke lor a few mo
ments in one of his happiest veins. We
say this of the Judge, he is 'always ready
to give a reason for the belief that is in him,
and he does it well, not only hitting the
nail on the head every time, but driving it
Clear in. After most excellent music from
Band and Glee Club, Rev. II. W. Stratton,
after repeated calls, came forward and de
livered just such an address as you would
expect from one who loves his fellow-man.
and is doing what he can to place him upon
higher and more elevated plane. After
more music, Mr. Luther h.ikins was called
out. and made a good ratification speech.
Mr. Elfcins was followed by Capt. Jake
Miller in a brief but well-timed address.
After a vote of thanks to the Glee Club for
their excellent music during the campaign
tul on the evening in question, given with
a will, the vast audience assisted in singing
'America," when, with three cheers and a
lger for Hayes and Wheeler, the meet
ing adjourned. It was a real pleasant and
enjoyable occasion, not a word being ut
tered calculated to stir up and keep alive
the animosities engendered by the cam
paign so lately passed through. During
the entire meeting: the hutre ordnance
anvil) outside, kept up almost a continu
ous roar, at tunes making tlie windows
GRASS JUDGE ITEMS.
Ed. Keoistkk : Not seeing in the col
umns of your worthy paper, anything from
Grass liidge, I thought I would pen you a
Our Dehnting Club is still prospering.
It met last Wednesday night, and after the
debate a new set of officers were clioscn, as
President. Amos Combs.
Vice President, O. Ilealey.
rsecretary, T. Arnold.
After the election tlie Chib adjourned to
meet the following Wednesday night.
We have, also, a mock court, culled the
High Codd Court. It convened last Satu
day night. It is officered as follows : .
O. Dust-in," Judge.
F. Swan, Clerk.
F. M. Powell, Attorney.
D. Williams, Sheriff.
At 7 r. m. the Court was called by the
Sheriff, and proceeded to try one E. High
land, cluirgcd with assault with an attempt
to kill. A jury was empannoled, witnesses
examined and duly bulldozed, after
which the jury went out. The Jury was
absent about live minutes, when it returned
and rendered a verdict ot "guilty." The
Jtidjre then sentenced the "convict" to cat
one dozen eggs
G II ASS IilDGK.
and to "strike light" the
E. S. IiOIlYEIIGDLO.
March 5th, 1877.
OAIC I'OIXT 12 EMS. ,
Oak Point, March 3d, 1S77.
Too. much rain is wluit troubles tlie farm
ers in these parts.
The river is "way tip,"" higher than It
has been this Winter belore..
I lie boats nave taken all the ireignt on
tlie upper river ahove Corvallts.
The delegates of the Willamette Tem
perance Alliance all got home sober from
the State Alliance, and each one felt pleased
to see so much interest taken in the cause
The Willamette Temperance Alliance
held its regular meeting on Tuesday even
ing, February 27th. A large crowd .was
assembled at the church to Iicar a lecture
from Dr. Boswell, of Corvallis; but as the
Doctor failed to put in an appearance, we
were favored with short speeches by Rev.
T. J. Wilson, G. J. McCoy, Wm. Morgan,
John McCoy, and others. v
The matrimonial market is very dull at
present. I think it will be bettered after
Ilayes is inaugurated.
A Wise Myth.
Faik ani Sociable.- On Friday night
week, March 16th, the ladies of the M. E.
Church give a fair and sociable, in aid of
their church, at the Opera House. The
ladies have been hard at work for weeks past
getting things in proper shape, and on the
evening Iu question will doubtless have on
exhibition some elegant needlework, be
sides the usual supper and refreshments.
The object, of course, fitting up the churcli,
is a good one. and those who attend can
aid a good object by their means, and spend
a pleasant evening In a grand social reun
ion. We wish tlie ladies the best of success.
To Mastkhs of Scbordinate Grangks.
Xotlce is hereby given to the Masters of
tho different subordlnateGranges of l.inn
county, that it Is your duty to elect thiee
delegates from each Grange to attend a
convention in Albany, on the second Mon
day in April, 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M., for
the purpose of electing representatives to
the State Grange which meets in Salem on
the fourth Tuesday In May, 1877.
It. A. Ikvine, Deputy.
On? Wednesday evening Sheriff ITerren
arrested one Thos. Bancroft at the farm of
Mr. Churchill, nine miles south of Albany,,
charged with stealing $200. Last evening
an examination of tlie matter was being
had before Judge Johns. ' ,
A nevr Encampment is to be Instituted
at Jacksonville at an early day.
Joe Webber contemplates erecting a new
barbershop next to Gradwohl's store, on
Mr. Matthews, of the Chemeketa, Salem,
was In the city on Tnesday.
James Shen ill, of Ilarrlsburg, called a
moment on Tuesday. His laew invention,
the Iron Cultivator and Seeder, has been so
universally well received by farmers that
he has about dosed out all the machines ou
hand, but will soon, be at work again with
renewed facilities for turning them out rap
idly. We are convinced that the Sherrill
Cultivator and Seeder is the best machine
for the business ever offered our farmers.
There was a "healthy" old Copperhead
To be elected President he was mast ex
But the sad character of the old coou
Became blazoned to the world too soon,
And'tlie people "counted him out," by the
great horn spoon !
Cyrus Westlake, Esq., has moved out to
his fine farm for the Summer.
Jas. II. lladley has taken up bed and
board at the Dalles for tlie present.
Speed the plow, speed the plow.
And let the welkin ring ;
Ilayes is now our President
We've sknnked the Kebs. agin''!
And this brinrs us to remark that- the
County Court has passed an order ol inter
est to Eoad Supervisors, which see under
head ol "New To-day."
"We've got 'cm." Dem. Paicrs. Tes!
Counting chickens before they are ripe, Is
a feat 'tis, not always safe to indulge in.
Take this for idasim, while smoking
your pipe: "Dead things" are ofttimes
We are assured by a gentleman well
qualified to judge, that with a continuance
ot favorable weather Linn county will turn
out about double her usual quantity of ce
reals the coining talf.
There's a radical difference of opinion
among Democrats iu this city. Some say
they believe Tilden is as big a thief as Boss
Tweed and rather a meaner man, while
others say they A now it! However, come
to think of it, its six ot one and hull a dozen
of the other, and we are only glad that our
friends are willing to sink all miner differ
ences and come down to bediock truth even
at this late hour.
The Fovk Cakdixai. Points.
A lady with cardinal hair.
And a pair of cardinal hose ;
ller beau, with cardinal eyes,
Each side of a cardinal nose.
Ben Simpson, Gen. Odell, Dr Watts, A
Bush, C. B. Bellinger, Vic Trevitt and
Joaquin Miller, are still at Washington
If you want to be in style you must write
lo "her" m white Ink positively tne
Greenbacks OoSOff, while silver is 03.i
94 W. 'Kah for Hayes!
We always loved this Government, and
are ready to prove oar admiration ot its
grand institutions by taking any amount
of greenbacks at par ! Seuii "em hi. Keg-
istkr $2 50 per-aiinuTn.
Hon. W. S. Elkins, of Lebanon, was in
the city on Wednesday.
Sound the loud timbrel from Oregon to
The Democrats we've busted and "counted
Dr. Golden, ot Salem, visited us on
Last Sunday evening tlie Elders and
Deacons were duly ordained at the Calvary
Sam'I E. Young starts for 'Frisco to-day
to lay in his usual heavy stock of Spring
and Summer goods.
A good deal of rair. fell during tie center
of the week.
Isn't it au awful thorn In a mau's side,
when he gropes around the room In the
dark looking for the matches and finds that
his nose U longer than his arms, to think
that lie lias promised his Mary Ann not to
swear auy more !
Ttell us, angelic host, ye messengers or
love, shall swindled printers here below
have n redress above?" The shining
angel's band replied : "To ns is knowledge
given f delinquents on tho printer's books
can never enter Heaven."
Her feet Hew out, and down she came
On the slippery hoard with a terrible thmnp,
That rattled her bones and raised a lump
Ou the-back of her beautiful head.
And the crowd cried. "Oh !"
To see her so ;
Though never a word she said.
But a startled glance at her stocking casts.
Then wept like a stricken soul at last,
For they weren't a cardinal red.
A money order office is what they want
The three linkers of Lebanon have a
good thing in their new hall, the rents
bringing in a handsome return.
The presence of too much "corn juice'
detracted from the pleasure of the 23d ball
at Lebanon. ' "
Prof. J. A.Lewis, a popular educator.
and his amiable wife, preside over the San
tlam Academy, at Lebanon, while Prof,
Moses and Miss Addie Hamilton train tlie
j-oung Idea at the district school.
Wc have heard nothing from the Direc
tors of the L. C. A. Association, lately
Are we to liave a Fair?
One or two good plank or McAdam roads
leading from Albany out through the prai
rie, would pay handsomely on tlie invest
ment.' . :
G. W.C.P., J. F. Backensto, of tills city,
starts south to-morrow to institute an En
campment of Odd Fellows at Myrtle Creek
Fire Department has an election soon toi
Chief and Assistant. CandiBates to tlie
Tlie Richmond IZange never goes back
ou the good housewife, but is ported ba
every department of cookery- Sold only
oy jucr arianu. j
What is tho use of so much fretting.
uver wnai we can x restrain r
It might save us miicy, regretting,
. V it raiiis, to let it raiu !"
Bentonltes are still agitating th
Bay Railroad matter. Our pe -be
greatly advantaged by such
not join hands with our nclp
In its construction ?
Late news from Califov
partial failure of the wheat '
is probable that not more thn..;
will be-eecurcd. "Linn county. v.
tlnnance of the present favorable
will turn out between two and .threo .
ion bushels of wheat this fall. With Rood
prices as at present Indicated, . won't our
farmers walk around in good clotlws after
harvest is over! The coming season wilt
see Oregon clear oct of debt. - 'Rah for
Educational. The Albany Collegiate
Institute, conducted by Prof.- L.J. Powell,
bids fair to rival the best schools in, tho
State. The attendance is large,' and' the
conduct of the school seeond to none on
this eoast. The Professor contemplates
some substantial improvements, such as.
securing good bell, and suitable apparatus
as may be necessary, the total outfit cost
ing in tire neighborhood of $1,000. which
he hopes to secure during the Summer va
cation. Thus it will be seen that the
friends of the Institute aits fortunate in hav
ing a man of euergy at its head, - who is in
every way competent to advance its inter
ests and baild up the cause of education.
The Inauguration Of the ready pay
system by Wheeler At Shedd, bile yeajr
since, has been a source of pleasure and
profit to all who have taken" advantage of
this opportunity to save the premium usu
ally paid by those who are industrious and
provident for Hie support ot those who are
not. No new inauguration this j-ear the
old system hold over. -
I.15T Oi- LETTERS
Remaining iu the Post Oflice. Albany,
I. tun county, Oregon. March httv Ip
Persons caflins: for these letters must give
the date on which they were advertised.
Cheshire, T J Hiett, W
Donnellv. Mrs M 2 Hoffman. James
DeardetY. Miss Clara Palmer, II K
Edmonds, Willie Patten, Redman
Gregg, Elder A
P. H. RAYMOND, P. M.
Mondat Night March 12th, the neW
Encampment of Odd Fellows will be insti
tuted at Ilarrisburg. The three-linkers ot
Orgcana Encampment specially invited.
You can go up on the afternoon freight
train Monday, returning Tuesday on 11
o'clock train. '
Surtoise Party. Wednesday night, at
the residence of her parents, Miss Libbie
Irvine was surprised by the appearance of
a large number of her young friends. It
was the occasion of Miss Libbio's birth
day. A splendid time was had, all enjoy
ing themselves hugely.
Y. P. C. A. Meets at the U. P. Chnrel
on Monday evening at 7 o'clock regular
monthly meeting. Full attendance requir
Circuit Court. Docket for March
State of Oregon vs A L Moye indicted
for forgery. -'
State or Oregon vs t,uocn K-nve perjury
HGFaireloby P T Fah-clo. guardian.
vs Tyre Alley action for damages.
llawiey. Douu cc co., vs ji, uuciiaiiaii cc
al action at law.
B Brenner vs A Moore action at law
State of Oregon vs W V & C C M W Ii.
Co action to dissolve corporation.
Peter B Settle and John .Miller vs Joseph
L Miller action at law to recover money.
D M Jones vs R M Kestner action at
law to recover money, r ; .
J A Houston vs W b Snyder et al action
at law to recover money.
Johnson White and W P Preston vs J
M Huff writ of review. j
Sam'I Porter et al vs Mary T.ona: ot al
equity for partition or sale ol real estate.
Mercer lliompson et ai vs tv j iiiomp-
son et al -equity. (
Elna J vv heeler vs James v heeler suit
in equity tor divorce.
James V 'layior vs Jj l oiey appeal
from Justice's conrt.
John T Craig vs Francis S Kendall suit
iu equity. . .
w-m Utru vs u x u it it t:o.
G W Honck vsO&O 11 14 Co.
State of Oregon vs Asa Blum bond to-
keep the peace.
City of Albany vs James Dickenson ap
peal from Recorder s Court.
i is liurnes et ai vsn s btranan action.
at law to recover troney.
Jacob Thompson et al vs Jas II Ilerren.
Corbett & Macleay vs R Cheatlle action.
to recover money.
Hawley, Dodd & Co. vs S Isoni action
at law to recover money.
Max Miuier vs Jacos striker action at
law to recover money.
P C Harper & Co. vs W P. Preston ac
tion at law to recover money. '
Smith, lirassneiti K Uo. vs Albert i' arrow
et al actionat law to recover money. .
JolMt A Crawtorn, adm r vs a h .Mat
thews et al action to recover money.
C it Aiooney vs Robert Morgan action
to foreclose a Hen.
Board of Commissioners vs James Jng-
J Hi Holt, ct al vs K U Meuuigg suit to.
foreclose mortgage. ' ' ' '
Lawrence J iianiion et ai vs oajna
Limiscn suit fo foreclose mortgage.
F M Moreran vs Frank Hayes ft al suit
iu equity to acquire title to real estate.
J 11 Thompson vs Frank Hayes et al
suit in equity for tille to real estate.
Al Sliackictoru vs iu. uray et ai sun in.
equity for injunction.
Board ot Commissioners vs S W Melatr
et ux and John Weiss suit in equity to
foreclose mortgage.' '
Board ol Commissioners vs iientierson
Roweli et ux suit in equity to foreclose
j u Aiattoon et ux vs jsi a isurknart ec ,
al suit in equity for specie performance of
contract. ".. ;
Jacob Thompson ct al vs L J Stewart!.
suit to foreclose mortgage. '
Hiram Williams et al vs Mary E antt
Edward 11 Smith suit la .equity for parti
Board ot Commissioners vs A N Arnold
suit to foreclose mortgage.
Seth S- Hayes vs D J Ilayes suit in
equity for rartltiou.
CeiinUa Preston vs W P Preston et al
suit in equity to remove cloud from title-
F S Crosby vs Jacob Fleischucr suit la.
equity to foreclose mortgage.
Rnel Custer vs. Custer suit in equity.
I Jiclnda Ambler vs J A Ambler di
J A Prim V3 A M Prhn divorce.
Thos Cross vs M C Cross divorce.
W in A Prestou vs Clara Preston di
vorce, " Josophine',A Summers us Wm. 11 Sum
J l McFarland vs H I McFarland di
vorce. Francis B White vs Luther II White
divorce. Mattic E Baker vs Grccubcrry Laker