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ALBANY, OREGON, MARCH 30, 1877.
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B A N K I N G
TTVEPOSITS UKCEIVED SUBJECT TO
J check at sistht.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin.
Kx.-nantre on Portland, Sun Francisco,
and New York, for sale at lowest rate.
Collect ions made and nroniptly remitted..
Ueters to It. W. Corbett, llunry Fulling,
W. S. Ull'l.
Ranking hours from 8 .V. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1871-i2 3
II. J. BOl'GIITOX, 31. !.,
KABVATE OF TH K VXIVfcRSITIT
Vjr Medical College of New York, late
member of liellevieu Hospital Slediealt'ol
lesre. New York. Office 1h A. Carothers
A Co.'s Arag store, Allauiy, Oregon.
THE BAY TEAM ST I LI- I.1V1S,
AND IS FLOIKISIlISG I.IKE A GREEN
jrl twiy tree. Tliunfctul lor past favors,
and wishing to merit the eontinuanee of
the same, the BAY TEAM will always lie
readv. and easily found, to do anv haulms
within the city limits, for a reasonable
compensat ion. fcaS-! ellvery ef Uowb
at KperiMlty. A. -N. ak.vulu.
Groceries & Provisions,
TT S .TT-ST OPEN EI HIS XE W CKOTEE
11 i-siablislinient on eornr of Ellsworth
aiid First streets, with a fresh stock of
iroeeries, Provisions, Canities, Cisrars, To-
iMtfo. ,vc., to wmcit lie mviies lue uuuu
In connection with the store he will keep
a Bakery, and will always nave om nanu a
full supply ol tresu ureau, crackers, ic.
Call and see me.
; A. F. CIIEUKY' Froprictor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Machin
nmnm tub I " B PUIUFSV
And all kinas of
IKO.t An KASS CASTIXUS.
Part icnlar attention paid to repairing al1
kinds of machinery. iiJ
J j. B. KOYAL
HAS OPENED a Barber Shop on First street
one door west of Thompson & Irving's har
ness shop, where he will be pleased to meet all
"CZ .iJy,',.L- in bis line. Thankful for past
patronage, he hopes by close attention to bnsi- I
.Mto merit a continnimee of the same. VtlU 1
keep constantly on hand a full supply of
PerltaBiery and Hair Oils,
thr, Iwt assortment in town. Come and see
".Albany, Or., February 23, 1870-23VS
S. C. STOSE, M. I.,
Physician and Surgeon,
BBOWXSVIIXK, OREGON .
i-i'riT h nniz Ktore. -7v8
ILlth lTnilS?! & Barber SI 13D,
rpim UNDERSIGNED would H.. it-i-
cl.rlty for the liberal Itronae bestow J on
"XttXXSZZ oVTheir fovo. F rth,
aooommodation of transient customor t, m
friends In the upper pan. oi iuw, '
van nim iut bhi' - , r-tl .
Saloon, where a g-ood workman will u- ijhL
n &ttndanee to wall upon !'"'"'- . ,.R
Dec. 11, 1S7. JOt. WEB ! K
.1 n vr.pim.AVu. AVM. MORGAN.
SOfiOM & McFAHLAXD,
nr hi r t ni nwiv
K Door to Wells, FrRo & Co' Espres
f Qfflw, Aloany, Orcsou.
ad ei.uU lujniefainmin 111 11 " " S
tity prppcrty, botfc iprovd ftnd nn-
s'fwrcs an city property, S eaOnO'
iXvp6.et.flt1k.ln6a. comptly &tteded to.
riurv jfaiKtse ivt .advertisi will enable us
fo U iLure for our patrons tlaa ny ote
gettcj iA Uitsotate in our line.
V 4so .ay ffecial attention o witstvvf-
ifUKt-ttMd k,b.r feitcUg.pge I
Albany, Slay tf.
i pialslng an4 Moving Hutldtiigs.
WE THE Ui'IiKXJf-0 Bn rj?AVBTO
annouace to t.e ettizens ot Albany md
surrounding country that, caving uupplifcd
lve witfc tie neoessary inachlnejry r raiSr
in an ceiaoviug buildings, we arc ready M all
itmus u i-.ec.iv order for such woi-k, which
, will to in shoit orrlta- at lowest rate. Wa
Jfuanmu-e en tins sntia&Mitto in fcll work under
ttKen by u.
. Orders left a,t the smsiea offtaa ptouipUy
attcBiedto. Apply to.
A1. BAXTY, ALLEX & CO.
Or,, AprU23.i73, 2eyf
Can't bo made by every aeent
every moni.ii in tuo DumneM .we
funitBh. but tuosa wtllinir to
WMllr f.l (UHtllDfian l. ll ..... .1 .
..oayngniw Hie.ir own lotsuuea. Uava
norooiuti) zplnin here. Business pleasant
; Ana honorable. Womn. unit lwiva ami .1.1.
well as men. We will furnlsk vou a. com
plete Outfit free. The business py better than,
anything else. We will bear expense ot start
ing you. Particulars free. Write and ee.
turners and mechanics, their aons and dangii
ters, and ali classes in ammL of mvinsr wnpt .t.
tioue, Khouid write to us about the work at
once. Now is the time. Don't delay. Address
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Hetall IKaUcr iu
BOOTS & SHOES
REAPERS &, MOWERS,
First street Alban)', Oregon.
Terms : - - Cash.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner M'aMhiugton anil FiratSts.,
Matthews & Morrison,
House newlv furnished thromrhout. The
lx;st the market ullords always on the table, t
Free 'oel to and from tlie Home.
BOLTS, all iz:es and descrip
tion, cV general SHELl' SI A il!-
WARi: a lull una complete as
sortment. Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
Tin, Cosner, Zinc and Sheet Iron.
on lumrt for sale.
The Goltlsinith Range,
THE BEST MADE.
The largest and most complete assortment in
Keeps all kinds of
OILS & WHITE LEAD.
The Finest & Iurest Liquors
Always on hand, to lie sold for medicinal uses.
3r"Keiairlnsr done neatly, at short notice,
J. (iUADW UIIU.
First street, Albany, Oregon. ii:!7vS
THE A 1ST pri:s:i:vative.
Printing by lianil.
I'rtntmg by steam.
Printing from type.
Or from blocks by tlie ream.
Printing in black.
Printing in white.
Printing in colors,
Ot sombre or bright.
Printing tor merchants
And land agents, too ;
Printing tor any.
Who have printing to do.
Printing for bankers.
Printing for druggists,
For dealers in w ares.
1 rincin ior ui..pci-
For grocers, for all
Who want printing done.
And will come anil see "Coll
Printing of pamphlets.
Or bigger lHks. too ;
Iu tact, there are few things
But what we can do.
Printing of placards,
Printing of bills.
Printing of earte-notes
For stores or for mills ;
Printing of labels.
All colors or use, sirs.
Especially lit for
Printing ot lorms-
jj SOrtS you CAll ge
Or "House to be let.
Printing done quickly,
Bold, stylish or neat.
At the Register iTintiug-oOlcc,
Corner ot First aud Ferry Street.
PIlOMIT Delivery, at Livius
ti TTvn iwi,rlit nnt the delivarv business ot
Mr. Iwis Stimson, 1 1 leave to annoimce to
the citizens and business men of Allrany, that
I have on the streets an express and job wagon
and will be happy to serve all who may give
'"AUordera will be promptly attended to at
w.niiomil if t-o tr-
Orders may be left at the Drug Store of Bell &
mrvT TV MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
XJ BcUool IWok. IsUinJt llook, Stationery
f :i2foBilnStfcdtto older, at akorteet Role
THE JVIETZLER CHIR
This is to iskobm: the puulic that
,io ehtr nucs from my factory w1UiontWiy
namemtoniCAH others am liuit;ttlo.
Sn"l2m?d lw So WaidiS. All lierson. ara
hereby warned anainat attempting any But
Jefferson, Or., Jan. SI,
. Kcatly exeeuted,.
Call at the Register Office
. W. U ll.flOV.
liomOCOmtl C XllVsslOian. 1
OFFICE with Dr. E. H. llrillin.'First street,
Albany, Oregon. Chronic ULseases a
J. S. CALLAWAY, 31. I.,
YFTKlt A PRACTICE OF MEDICINE FOR
nvcnty-ei'jht years, in the-states of Illinois,
11HI lowa. tins l)tM"lm!iieiif IV loc:ttf(l
in Allnmv. Orejron
"KHCh -At nr. l'luiu-
inor's !nw suiv. K Ksl 1 )KN CK ( 'onujr of
lontsroiinry and KigUtli siroets, uortlu-iist of
railroad UtLiot. (.vSnriOj
J. LLXSEY IS ILL, M. !.,
OFFICE - At r.el! Parker's new (Irii'JT store.
KES1PENCE -Second street, between inil-
road and Jlontiroiuery.
Zvlrs. S. Nichols, D.
OFFICE AM RESIDENCE corner of First
and Kroadalhin str;ets. up stairs over I'ost
ottice. Sjieelal attention j; iven to the diseases
of women. Beinir a regular graduate-of P.ostoii
Medical Ciiiversity, and havinir st'vend years'
extK'ricMcc. I un tissnre t hose jjUllering, ielicf
bv -tt irietliod tivaTuient.
'Albany, Or., March 1S77-22V0.
Tl TcT PTT T
Attorney n.t, X-.ttAV5
"ITITII.T. PRACTICE in the ditteront courts of
tl the Slate. Siiecial attention iiiven to the
collection of all claims entrusted tolnscarc.
id prompt returns made. Investigation
ot 1 ltles. onveyancinir, and all Pixibau 31ut-
rs caretullv and punctiiallv attended to.
Ollice on First St., next to Eox liixi. nilv'J
W. Or. PIPES,,
Oflifo in second Mory of liris" IniiMinsr.
li:rTI('K in tin1 (iitrcrf-nt Courts of
H tlio stu'e. Sik.miu1 atloinion iriven to tlu;
tiniclioii oi' all ciaims on trusted to idseitre.
nv'Stia!ion of titles. cimvcvutH-iny ami ali
nroljate matters earefuJly aiteaded to. -Liv'.
1. it. A". i-.i.At JE?S,
TTOIIXEY AT LAW,
15i:o"VNSVII.LK. LINN CO., DUX.
PROMPT ATTENTION iIVEX
J. C. lOWKLI. X I'LLNN
Attorney V ouiihi llors at Iaxw mtl So-
iH'iiuiN in iiaiH'i'ry,
Albauv, Oregon. Collect mudu ami crn-
eyanees i)rotnitiy uitenaca to. l-o
CIIAS. K. WOLTEETO.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
"71I.L pmctii-e in all the Courts in the State.
? t .li-tiiK -in i-lxnuau & uricK, over tsoa'.!
hardware sivyrc. nr.tv'.i
MlsCELLAXZi. i VS.
Pictures and IMcture Fruiich,
E. Ti. .PURDOM
Won?! announce to Iho cUixoii of Albany ami I
vit-in it ,1 lirit li' is !rvfiariM.l to iiii uish nil kinds
nt rK. i l lih r I ; A a v-N to oi' lor.ut slwu't noTicit.
ifturts irautt:l, mu M Uiiiiks rii!iir;l Uil1
t. hisoilicti tn t-'irt st ii'Oi . tmit )ooe west ot I
XV. SI. 1IAIA5I,
LATE OF MICHIGAN)
l"EEIs alwavs on hand Doeskins. Caunor
I V Vest in gs. etc.. a larger and better stock
than ever before hroturhi so this marke t.
Cuts mid makes to order all stylesot t lot lung
lor men ana imvs, at reasonable lines, guaran
teeinir sal i t':ici itni.
Slicnion n-st ssiv.i't, next loor to 1 ity .Mair
ket. lately occupied bv lr. 1-.. o. Smith. iivs
TTAVlNti J1ST KLCE1VKI) A LAliCK S1I1I
XI menl oi' t licceleluuled new stylo Combined
Drill anu isruuueast
STATES11AX GEAIX DRILL,
direct from the faetorv. am now offering extra
inducements to t he farmers of Oregon.. Most
of the best farmers in the State are now using
Saving seed and an increased yield Of grain
is t he result ot drilling.
Can be used equally well as a
Drill or Broadcast Seeder.
The STATESMAN CHAIN DIULL has been
ureatlv improved for this vear.
Wareroonisat my Blacksmith Shop, eomerof
becond and Liiswoitn streets, Albany, Oregon
March 31, 1S7G-2S
jfry i lsy at lion
V terms free.
U 1XXLJJ 111 JJJ.L 111IU UUUl 1UUU1LU
CoilliecHiig Willi Wei's, I'nrgo A Co.'s
xprMi at Drain n Mtntlun, on
Ail Business Ilntrusted to my
Care IromjtIy Attended To,
Patronaso cf ti.9 Public Solicited
JAS. A. STERLING.
ItaC. 8, 1876-n Uv9
Attention, Fruit CJrowcrsJ
mm? nnpfl'ni!S olf the AT.DFW FIlTTtT
1 heir to announce tliat. thev will put the
Fiutorv in oneration as soon as Fruit and Vear
etabtes are ready jor use, and wi pay iasu j,or i
..... ........... .t..i;,..,n. .1
Hexes will le fnrnisliod to all for t lto jimiioso
of hrinKlntt their fruit to tho factory. Fremdi and Oerumn, each, extra ,? 00 rpHE copartnership heretoforo esistlnff ho. gives the Wife Who is master of the llOD.se a tne a iranpn or art inr " ri',' ,
Fruit shSuld be pickad from thouecsandiwt I""innnil Music., U X tween John Hui-d and i. F. Settlemelr, nn- Wm ni1,M rnuu,tr i.in and We learn that this new line of hotel car
bruised. VBeof ftauo...., , oo der the name of Hnrd Setttemeir, la dissoiv- welcome addition to the rolling pm anu b ing poshocl to completion .as fkatas tb :
Parties havinsr plums should be partleulae to incidentals ... 6o ed. Ail u" "lo 'tu? nioTn,,,llf. flat-iron in the line of indestructible imple- UM force of workmen iu the Pullman shops.
gather tlioiu below they I Kscome too ripe. Tuition In all wises required In advancft. to Sottleu clr Dawson, who alone axe autnor- " , , .-an .In Ir w ahall m n.rtiiin (aim
ALLEN l'AUKKK, lin.dual attendance, neatness; promirfness bud to collect and neueipr for l!.mn menta of domestic warfare. can p It. VV e shall ho : certain Ui (see tlveta. .
A. X. Akkold, Tresidout. and n Humanly and ladvlike deportm.nit will V J.; fc.l'f .,JW'EU m . ' - ' in a lew WflCK8.--Ceaur ltJHJa MeUtU .
Albany, July 28, lS7i3-&nt
: HPAKES THIS OITOIfil .M 1 1 TO l.XKOIIM
J. "his friends and Iho public generally, that
he is now settled 111 His
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
the old stand next door t o V. C. Harper Co ,
iie c:m le tVuud as great an ussoruuent and
lai-irc a stock of
Stoves and Ranges
ns can be tounn in any one liouso mis siuo of
rui'Uuiui, :m iu us
(Jaitirou, KrassJk Isiaiueled
in great variety. Also,
Sheet Iron, ,
it ii (I
j always on liand, and made to order, AT L.IV-
1U H.Vl tJ.
C?lZX Oil X X 1 m .
I Albany, October il, lSi o-aS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fall a Winter Styles.
ON HAND! CONSTANTLY RECEIY'KG
In E'roHiJiH! Xcw Block,
Filter STUEET, ALBANY.
A complete stock of all the
LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING
BOOTS, I'MIsnKLLAS. OVKKSHOES, XECK-
TIKS, OVLUALI.S, U LOVES, ETC.
Zrtra Sizes cf Cictiia. a Specialty.
E;v. Orders taken for Clothing. Shirts. &c.
uiu j- i i ." w .i;it. i t. it.
A liiir khaiv of custom respectfully solicited.
i.. i:. ki.ai.
Albany, Oregon, Sovcuilx-r ai, ls7(J-'jv'J
Inconioratcd Feb. 4, ls7.. Capital, $-.(),000.
Corner First and Washington streets,
Alb.-ui, : Oi-ogon.
IresiVt-at, S. A. BAW'SOX.
Suerisiteiidciit, A. J. JOII.VSOX
A. s. Looxiry,
a. i: i. i.v ins,
3. i. ici;i:d,
VVliolesale and Retail Dealers in
CIotHingr, Hardware, Crockery,
troeerIen, Farm Implements
aud Machinery, &c., &c.
Also, hnv and sell on commission nil lrinds of
THE FALL TEH M of this Institution will
I . '?F"V,n MuNlAY, SEPTEALBEK 4, ISTti,
Faculty of Iustriictloii :
Upr. TT. W ftTW . TTw- a -c n..at,1.i f
id Protessor of Mental and Moral Science
ev. l. J powell. a. m., Pi-oiessor ot Math-
ntU and Natnrai s.icn.1.
- - - - - " It... . ' . . , J , 111 . ( J 1 .V ...j
iiini i roiessor oi aientai ana rtlornl (science
11. Ii, 1IKW1TT. A. M.. Professor of Ancient
ViSrSTur ,r,, ,v- m. ,
a.u.x.HALi. ui aa.'ui-.t
Bliss KLVA llRVVMlv
.Teacher of Instrn-
. . ,
1). H. KICK. M. T).. T.-etnrnr on Plivsloloffv
find Ifvirif..., ' '
Fii-st Term Ixins Septemlics 4, 1S7B,
Term lM-.-i,m Novemlier 13. 1
iinruimii IH-Klns Januarv ., 1S77.
Fourth Term le;iis April i), 1S77.
acat ion of onn w....- .i...in.. t,oi.ii. va.
Olosinuf OAei-ciseu of Hw. i. l,,w.l , .Iiine is.
KattM of Tuition I
primary dkpaktmest, jier term., "
(Common F.noi.isii Buam iiks, perform.. 8
I IUuukb IIkanciiks. includiaat Pre.uaratO-
i . ry Latm and ;reek tl 00
w.";--..!, ...ciuunjg tiigrnoF ijiiin
Creek. AdvH.ie.'til Mtl,...iitir'ij Mini
oiorai ciences, per ujrni.. in
he exiieclod fixim all who iuay lie
L-b ss Uin Si KJt
I oilliobcuooi. L. J. POVVLLL.
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION,
Capital, $100,000. Gold Coin Basis. I
P. WAS.SKRJIAS, PreNldent.
E. QVACKKMILSH, Vice I'reH.
I. W. M AKKFIEI.lt, Secretary.
W. S I..1I, TrcaMiircr.
. if. IFIIMIII, Attorney.
J. I.. tl'A lii;xitr.SH, tieu. As.
HALL. & TUSTIN,
decljn 1-2 9
J?. s. i ii rv iv i. iv a
- Begs leave to announce to the citizens of this
city and surround ing country, that he basopen
ed n larire stock of
in the building lately occupied by lr. Plum
mer's drug ston;, on "First street, where can be
ntia, on most reasonable terms,
lustKy t liairs,
ami in iaci e ci-jti inn; cise neeoeu 10
H TO BSOl SIIiiliM.Ytj;.
5Iy gooils ai-e well made and of the very
Latest ami Handsomest Styles.
PKICES WAY DOWN.
E-ir-n-BNlTritE uianufactnred to order, at
Err Fm-nitnro repaired and put In good shape
on short nonce.
F. S. V.MG.
Albany, Nov. 26. IS75 10v8
Proi. O. I
TEACIIElt OF THE
Harmony. Tliorongli-ljass and Singiiis.
Siwcial attention given to
TTAVlNti concluded to make AI.BASY my
XX permanent residence, nil who desire a
thorough knowledge of Music can now have
P1AXOS AMI ORGANS
Tuned, ami H,eiaii'el
Leave vour address at Mr. Foshav'smusicand
book store, or at Mr. 15arr"s music store, aud I
will call at vour residence.
1'ijor. j. i. .it,nt.u
Albany, August 4, 1S70-45
LadieS Variety Emporium,
Iff. J. HYDE
IVeEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
German Zeili;fi C'.tnrait, Thren'1. Pins,
StatUe, Iliiitons, Heal lbnr Stcitdi
cs and Curls, llasiery, Slimiped
GimhIs, tCc, iCc, tf'c.
Also, Agent for Dr. Warner's
1 1 call U Corset !
and Madam Foj-e's
Corset Skirt Stapjxrtex'.
ESiT" French Ftiunping done to ordc.
14-Itroadalbiu St., opiosite t'ost OftlcfeU.52,Jv
TIIE EXEJIV OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OF PAIN
To Man and Beast
IS THE KAS1 OLD
whi ii HAS stoojj THE TEST of
itwiii nnthnal. no lame-
ness it will not cure, no ache, no pain, that
A 1 1. -1 1, l.-, "IV. ovi v. . ..... '
afflict the human body, or tne nwiy oi a We ever saw. We have tried tliem and we retteaid "while on tho Cliicaso & North
horse p.; other domestic animal, that does I honegQv sav av flrfi . . ffS llni rlmnVatiu awra rat. oT
not yield to Its magic wuui. uowe
costing 25c. 50c. or $1 00, has often saved
hl ht.iS-. and re-tnrail to
t ' "l " .'r7",.w
i isr 1 nautti nAca mnnv :t vh.iiih.iiih nrnsa.
"1W ' J
iiir sM.iTfl ltI.n ilE
Rheumatism, Bums, Scalds, Bruises, Cuts,
FrSites, Swelling, Contracted Conj
Pain in the 1jick, iumuagu, ocianciv,
ChUWaltie, Strains, Sprains, Stiff- Joints,
Knm xinnlcs Eruutlous, Pains, Wounds.
,,,e s l P P ' : j
Spavin, Galls and Jwi""y;- iKln,S
isone, wnuigitins -ii-K e..u, iu mu,
Humors and Sores. Lameness, Swellings,
Seratclics, Distemper titUUicss. Strains,
oo Soreness, Open Soiea
oisnoli 'i losi of ofAHTEl5nii.
Ii. W. DAWSON.
December IS, Ib70-nl3ioi
Ekugious Services. Kev. J. F. PeVore will I
liold services In tile brown M. E. chnrell in this
city on Sabbath, morning and evening. Sun
day School at 2:30 i. M. Pmyer meeting each
Dn Asiatic and Musical Was the en-
tertainment given by the College Improve-
ment Society at the Opera House last Fn-
day evening. The programme opened with
an instrumental duet by Misses Piper and
GrilHn, which we had not the pleasure of
he.lrincr. hilt, learn mt-t thn .fullest unnrnhji.
tion of the audience. The tableau which
followed, entitled "better an old man's dar-
li.iK than a young man's slave," and an ex-
.,nisiti;HinWnrW m,JS! tm,- riii.i
" o "J - -l" -
"With Verdure Clad," we were also "just
in time to be too late" to hear. The laii"h-
able, drama entitled "Witch of Winder-
mere" came next, and was excellently jHit
upon the stage. Mary J. Ilannon, as Mrs.
Briarly, was a complete success Mrs. B.
couldn't have got away with it in better
shape if she had been on hand herself. Al.
Moore's Xattie Primrose brought down the
house frequently, while Miss Halbrook as
Rose, Chas. Stratton as Mr. Hogsnorton,
J. W. Blain as Capt. Seymore, IE. E. Sox
as Roehefort, James Foster as Sir Peter,
and Miss Maggie Foster as Helen, were
every one well up in their acting, and re-
ceivetl more or less "sign" from their audi-
ence. The duette which followed, entitled
The Gipsey Countess," by C. llaffenden
and Mrs. Wyatt, was just what might have
been expected from two such finisheiniu-
nerfection. The tableau. tMU'oU
ing Xun," was a masterpiece in itsMine
you don't get away with the C. I. S. on
tableaux, by no manner o' means. Albert
Ilaflenden then came forward dressed as a
gay young maid of twenty-eight or thirty
years, and sang, really don't think that
I'll marry." Tlie audience wouldn't be
satisfied until Al. had sang ttvice. Then
eamc that great temperance play entitled,
"A Drop Too Much." W. R. Blain, as
Mr. Driukwater, made an excellent head
of the family. Maggie Foster, as Jerusha
Driukwater, represented tho cool, auda-
cious, ready lor any emergency, girl ot the
period. Clara E. Price, as grandmother,,
got away with her part, as she always does,
in snlcndid stvle. C. E. Wolverton's Rob-
LrtGreenlcaf wasn't slow by any manner
of means, while James Foster as Josiah
Driukwater, and Ed. Clarke as Phelim con
vulsed the audience with laughter with sage
remarks and queer antics. The whole per
formance closed with a quartette entitled.
"Pirate's Glee," W. II. Gaston, II. C.
Clement, X. Wilson and Charles Ilaflen
den and four healthier looking pirates we
never saw. The entertainment as a whole
I was amonar the best ever sriveil ill
Opera House, pleasing everybody. The j throat is all right, as the complaint can be
receipts were fair, but would have been communicated. Girls with sore throat
much larger had the weather proved more
fiivntfihlo. isiipmss fo t.lu future endeavors
of the C. I. Society, say we.
For. Sale Cheap. At his shop on Ferry
I street, Mr. Sam'l Miller 1-as a twelve pas
senger coach for sale, almost new will be
sold at a bargain. Also a. splendid end and
side spring hack, with elegant top, etc.,
new, lor sale at cost. Here's an opportu
nity for somebody to set bargains. 24-9
A range that meets every requirement
and ant is tips everv demand made u noil it
he Richmond Ramre. It has no eoual
among stove or ranges. The only place
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Sic one ... .....v. o, ..-.v
Long practice will make a first-class liar
out of the most indifferent material; but
what a future is open to an amateur who
leads off With the following in the Manner
rot "T.t v.wdr rvta St. oi-iir
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a hunter living near Pleasant Grove, bntter
county, while hunting near the tules, made
one ot the largest snots on record, lie
killed one hnndrcd and nineteen ducks at
one shot, from a double-barreled No. 5 of flotci or their superiority over the-shot-sun."
I so-called dinhig car, that is run for a few
Hklp those who tuy to help Them
selves. Mrs. Day is prepared to do all
kinds of nlain sewino- and as sho liis onlv
Kinds ot plain sewing, ana as sue lias only
ner moor to uepenu upou lor a iivennoou
and for the support of her children, she
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have work which they wish done to give
her a trial. This is a case which should
into rRt nil niiihnni..i rr,cnnci r.M-x.
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J -inu which
o they w&u Jone take it to Mrs. Day.
KOASTEK. W. II. McFarland is Bianu-
factoring the best and complete roaster
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needed to roast turkey, chicken, duck, beef;
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roasting a piece ot beet in tins
roaster you preserve all the rich juices
th n,.i iM -i ...si.
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okcd through and through alike-either
ur huimiuiib, ns your uvsue may eiect
You will never know what a piece of roast
. . .
meat should taste like unless you secure
innAM thAca mneinM ....I iM. if fi. .'nttK.
IVV ' .UVOV IWWKia 1.1 1V1 .WMIBW'M
The glass works in Brooklyn are making
, ass that won't r..-ik- Thxi, kmn ehiin.
Klass ",at on t break, lheir lamp cmm.
neys can be used for driving nails Into
boards, andean stand cold water wtien
heated, without harm, while their plates
thrown into the air twenty-flyo feet and
f.nin! Q a brick floor are unbroken. This
River in good boating stage.
Eev. J. Ilunsaker will pi-each in the.
Evangelical church next Sunday, at 11 A.
M. and 7 P.M. All are invited i -
Delazon D. Smith was united in marriage
to Miss Catherine Boggs, at the 1 residence
of Mr. T. J. Stites, on Friday last. Wo
wish tlie uew coupie every happiness.
jioye was pardoned out of tho penitent
tiary last week. Sheriff llerren took him
to Salem on the morning train, we believe,
and Moye returned to this city iu the even-
I inr a free man.,
INK CHICKENS. UUr IrieilU C At.
Wheeler, of Shcdd, has some of the finest
chickens in the State, and takes great care-
and pleasure in propagating the best for-
laying anu cooking purposes, lie nas one-
Pau ot imported iowis Uiat cost turn 11.
Oregon will soon be the equal ot any State
iu t,,e Un5on m tl10 possession of the "lux-
ni ies of civilization."
Notice Is hereby given that a tax of
one dollar per head on each and every dog ;
within the corporate limits of the city of
Albany, as per city ordinance, 5 o. 17, is
now due, and if not paid on or before the
first day of June next, legal proceedinga
will be instituted to collect the same.
L. II. MONTANYE,
March 2(5, 1S77. City Recorderi.
The Kiciioni Range The Richmond
range is King among cooking stoves, and .
no mistake. It is the most complete, best
I furnished, economical stove in the world.
certainly. Every one who gets ono of
these stoves likes it, and sneaks well ot it
I It economises fuel, is a splendid baker.
and looks well in kitchen or parlor. OiH
in at 'V. II. McFarland's and secure a
Richmond Range, and you'll never regret
I ToitAceO Smokino. The effects of to-
bacco smoking, as described by the Scions
tifie American, are discoloring of the teeth
I by carbon, excitement of jtbe salivary
glands by the amonia, headache and lassl-
tude from the carbonic acid, disease of tho
heart from carbonic oxide, nausea from tho
bitter extract, and a tainting of tho breath.
by the volatile empyreumatic substance
1'he system may become used to theso
tilings, yt is made liable to consumption,
nervous exhaustion, paralysis and ailments.
To sum up the evils, "Effects on mdividu-.
als likewise affect communities, these in
tllnl i"uence the -nation. No person that
smokes can be nr perfect rieaiui, anu an
ttnperfect organism canuot reproiluce a per--
feet one. Therefore it is logical to conclude)
that were smoking the practice of every in
dividual of a nation, tlien that people.
would degenerate into a physically inferior
A New York doctor says that a person
with a sore throat shouldn't kiss one whose-
should wear a bell.
speaking ot croinii a paper remarks :
Still tlie wonder is, and still it grows.
llow one small ucau could carry all his.
The Teiumi-ii of abt in Kaileoad.
Tkavkl. Year by year we note the foot
steps of progress in many directions. In
no direction is progress more palpable thau
in the facilities offered the railroad traveler
of the present day. Looking back but a
few years, we can see the toiling snail-like-
advance made day by day by the emi-
Sraul s 3 " surely
tIrawn toward sundown tiy the patient ox.
or the slowly movlnsr farm horse: tlieu
. rame ,i1B oltl tnsiiioued stasre coach : follow
ing cioseiy. we nau tne canal packet; then,
the steamer on tlie lakes and rivers: then.
the locomotive engine and the 6tage like-
- -"7, ;"" T AJZZZ
car Yet. not satisfied with these, that
marvel of mammoth western corporations.
I the Chicaffo & North-Western Railway, as.
I we stated some weeks ajjo, has developed
hotel Umt wU, orBciesran J,Zr
j ness and real comfort, eclipseeverythingof
h inai, uo mru unuerw piaceu in
?t "mVl ... rpaar
I miles on some roads. "lam not so sure-
- about that." said one of our friends, as he.
'mhi nnisneu reading our lirst article about
coacues mas are lo De run on.
t,je 0mana and Camornia line of the ChU
cago & North-Western Railway, "lam note
so sure I would care to take my dinner la
any car, no matter now much like a palace.
while it was running at the rate of forty-
miles an hour." It is a saying, "that tli
faster you run the safer.' Why, last June-
o it will De remeuitiei-ed, that this road Haul-
" I ed from Chicago to Council Bluffs, iu less.
ti1Bn that, ten hours, tho now wltbratadi
1 "Jarrett and Palmer Train.? On. thak
I train was a hotel car, not as large, withi
less waeels under it, pooi-er springs, and in.
" -'iM m5. J.
Uftv mlloa an lioiir w"e took our breakfast-
m - J t lyn.ouU
comfortably as we would at DoIniOOl-
Sll x-w York."
of It is -.well-known tnae t hs ynicago eo
i v - - - - - . . , -
v Xdith-Western Railway is duub over tne.
most favorable line as to grades that couidi
l, found between Chicago and the Missouri
ttiver, wiwi um. icw .uibj, m
mostly of YMnJi
with wide roadway, giving it permanence.
nj ndity It is as smooth as a floor ; alt
i i.. m e.nff u-it ii ii n irv m wiipo s nniipn
I J (J, 3.1 U1,. ...... f - - J . .
H,.,. a... with mirhifrs so nd lusted that th
usual "bouncing" and oscillation is redncedl
to the niinunuiii. c observed last weolc
(j &n ordinary tbe 8lde ujotion audi
,sinf and falling of the car was. less than
half an inch, and sonictimcs scarcely per-
J ce ? J "
comforudilv as he could at hla
l dek or tible at home ; Uus te choose to calt
lite ti imnpr vj urt tuhwuq irtiotrt.