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Groceries and Provisions !
ALWAYS TO BE FOU"X3 AX
WILLIAM : VAUVACTOE'S,
Flrit Door West or S. E. Young's, First Street, Albany, Ogn.
C3"LxeVE- for CTrvsix.
BLAIN, SOX &, OO.,
STORAGE A!4Q COMMISSION MERCHANTS J
MAMMOTH WJL11EHO USE,
At foot of Lyon Ktreet, opposite Depot on o & C. Railroad,
Will store Grain and General ."lereinnd'e at Lowest State.
ALBANY, Oregon, Jan., 1877- 15v9
TF. . M FAR LAM),
PUMPS AND HOSE;
-MA N U F
Tin, Copper and
AGENT FOR THE
Xtxt door to lhc Jlniik.
A. F. SMITH Sf CO.,
10 1'IIOXT STE7,
Til Sta.ncla.i-cL Oi-g-an Triumphant.
Following U a copy of a. Western Union telegram received by Sherman A Hyde, San
New York. September 29, 187G.
Pelonbet, Pelton & Co.. of New York, have received DIPLOMA of HONOR ana
MEDAL of AWARD tor the
CELEBRATE STANDARD ORGAN
D. W. PREIUTiCE, AGENT,
123 First Street, Portland. Oregon.
"W". C. TWEBDALB,
UrgrCall and tee him.
OrnCK OF RIJ.-OEB MAyt-JTACT'IJ O CO., J
' TlRfT AM YAMHIIL 8tsj., J
Foktlam, Or.. January 23, 1877. J
TPOTl THE TSFOBMATIOV AND BEXEUT
J of mir customers, and to all i?rsons deslr
4nr to purchase our celebrated scwiiik ma
binn, we respectfully notify them that the
Moann. TITU8 BROS, are ourasents for Ala
tiTnd Ltnn connfy.atKl that. they, or C. E.
WOLVEKTON. Esq.,- are folly authorized to
collect ani settle outstanding aoeonnts for us.
Th Sioger aiauofacturinsr Cnramnv,
Manager Oregon and W T.
ill. vr x .rtifciv.., .3,
Slaeetiron Ware !
rORTLAXD, Oil EG OX.
Urocri ln, Provisions. Tobnrco.
iitlcrv. ('rockery. hiiU Wood and
mow uri', irat Rt., AlDany, Or.
This Is an Entire Sew Machine,
It works on a NEW PRINCIPLE--lliat of forc-
mf water ny oownwinvi pressure through the
Clothes. Thi dirt or discoloration Is removed.
ny water loreo. A nereis
'o Humbug or Friction About It.
It Is Cheap. Biisnlo ana Pnrablo. and never
gel s out of order. It will last a life! line, and
will save to an ordlnarj family many times its
cost every year.
It has been tested by some of the most expe
rienced Laundrymen in the conn (rv, and pro
nounced by them to be tbe best Wiitlirr ev
er invented. For Circulars and Testimonials
apply to E. T. HUGGINS,
n31v9rnl Agent for Oregon.
TION & LOCKS COMPANY.
N Fh;nE riAwnro RATES OF
tSiKSSt$n.&r' "d Flour have been
ratei fnVno-rv ,,nJ?n ttS ,1,e maximum
rates for one year from Slay Ut, 1877, viz :
-r rer lun,
to Porlfc-mrt $i to
. 2 50
" " 2 00
" 2 7',
Ankney8 Lauding 4
. 2 73
. 3 00
. 3 00
. 3 00
. 3 00
. 3 00
. 3 50
. 4 0U
shipped from the" points
above ineiitionp(l direct to Asiorla
The company will contract with parties who
desire It to transport Grain and Flour at above
rales for any specified time, not exceeding live
., Vice Prosiilmt W. T. 4 L. Co.
Portland. April 28. 1877.
In the Clrc'jit Court of the S'ate of Oregon,
within and tor the county of Linn.
Suit in equity for divorce.
II n. Baxter, plaintiff, vs. Ada M. Bnster, de
fetidnnt. To Ada M. Baxter the above named defendant :
In the uiime of the State of Oregon : You are
hereby i euuired to appear and answer the coni
plaint of lhc above named plaintiff, in the
above entitled suit. In the Court above named,
lion-on lile in the ofllce of the clerk of said
court within ten davs from the date of the ser
vice ot this summons uoii von. If served in
Linn county, but if served In anv other countv
in thejS'ate then within twenty !uys from the
date of the service of this summons : or if serv
ed by publication, thnn vou are required to an
swer said eomp aint wiiliin six weeks from the
date ol commencement of publication of said
summons njion you. or bv the tlrst dav of the
next regular term of said" Court, for Linn coun
ty, Oregon, to-w it :
" M indent. Vie 22c7 day of October. 1377.
and yon are hereby notified that if von fail to
appear and answer tii 1 complaint as "hereby re
quired, the pluini ill' will npplv to the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint, which is
for the dissolution of his inarriaue contract
heretofore existintr bet ween you and plaint I if.
and tor a divorce from vou, and for costs and
disbursements of this suit, and that this sum
mons 1s published bv or )cr ot lion. R. P. BoNe
Indite of said Court, made at Chambers in Sa
lem, this idtb dnv of April, 1S77.
J. J. WHITNEY.
may'ioivatUj Atfy tor pl'ir.
Lclttfr from a I'ottmasre:-.
"ANTK-cif. ILL., Iec. 1. 1874.
Mrfi3B3. J. B. Roe & Co.:
"Mv wife l'.as. for a i'.nr lime, been n rerritite
snfferer from lilii.'tiniati-'tii. She has tried ina'.iy
ph siciansan;! many remedies. The on lj thins
wnicn .vas ji-fn her relict 1st cntaur l.mimcnt
I am rejoiced to say this has cured her. I am
doing what I tan lb extend Its wile.
W. H. KING.
This is a sample of many thousand 'est imnni-
ais received, oi wondertui cures ;!'cctcd !y the
Centaur I.irimnt. Tl:e inrerlicnts of tltis ar
ticle ai-e rni'libe-1 Hround each bo tic-. It con
tains Witch lintel. Mcirl'a, Arnica. Rock oil.
Carbolic, an t in jre i:-n:s hit herto little known
It is an indisputable Ii'ct that the Centaur Lini
ment is rerforuiMii niprw cure of wllimrs.
St ill" Joints. Ki ".in! ions. Bhcninatism. Neuralgia
Sciatica, C:iki :i Breas's. Locl;-jaw. Ac, than all
the other Liniments, Embrocations. Extracts.
Olives. 3nt inputs and nUi'iiiiiAw in ust.
For Toot hadio. Earache, Weak Buck. Itch and
Cu ani-ous Eruptions, it i .1miinlMc. It cures
burns and s,-alds without a scar. Extracts j oi
sons fT-om bites and sMn.s.and heals frosf-liites
and chillbluins. in a short lime. No familvean
aitorl to be without, the Centaur Liniment,
The Centaur Liniment, Yellow Wrapper,
is adapted to the touh skin, muscles and flesh
of the animal creation. I; efiectsupon seveie
eases of Spavin, S-veeny, Wind Gall, Bi!T Head
an 1 Poll Ev il, are little less than marvelous.
Messrs 5. McClun- Jt Co., Drnsraists'. corner of
Elin and Front streets. Cincimta1 i, Ohio, sny :
In our ueiirlilioi-hood a mimber of tenms'icrs
are uMner the Cen'anr Liniment. They pro
nounce it superior lojmytliins they have" ever
used. We sell as bib as four to live Jozen l'ot
ties per mon'h to thse te:inistti-s.,
We have thons;m'1s rf similar testimonials.
For Won mis. J:iils. Scra'che, Kinfj-bone. Ac,
ati'l for Screw Worm in sheep it has no rival.
Farmers, livery. men and si ock-ra iscr, have in
this .inniifn "a remedy which is worth a hun
dred limes its cost.
Laboratory oi -I 15. Rose A Co.,
4" Iey street. New York.
Mothers may have rest and their babies tnav
have health, if they w ill use Castoria tor Wind
Colic, Worms, Fevcrishness. Sore Mouth, Croup,
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 neither pratjs nor gripes.
Dr. E. limoeh, of Impont, u.. says:
k . "I am uslna Castoria in my practice with the
uaost-fiornnl lnetttsand happy result.
1 his is wlm-t every one says: Most nnrses In
New York Cit v ue the Castoria. It is prepared
by Messrs. J. K. Itose & Co.. ft? Pey stieet. New
York, suecesftoi s to Samuel Pitcher, M. V. 33vfc
Tn the Cirenit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the county of Linn.
Suit in equity for divorce.
Rotiert B. Templeton, plaintiff, vs Marj-Tem-pleton,
To Mary Templeton, the above named defend
ant: In the name of the S'ate of Oropron : You arc
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint of the atiove plaintiff, in the above enti
tld Court, now on file w'th the Clerk of said
Court, w ithin ten days from the date of the
service of this summons upon you if served in
Linn county, Oreuon ;.tmt if served in any oth
er county tn the State of Orewon, then within
twenty days from t lie datcof the service of this
summons upon von, and if served by publica
tion, then on or'before the first day of the next
term of said Court, to-wit:
Monday, the 22'i day of October, 1877,
and yon are hereby notified' that if you fail to
appear and answer-said complaint "as hereby
required, the plaintiff will applj to the Conn,
fot the relief demanded in the complaint, to
witi a dissolution of the bonds of matrimony
existing bet ween J on and plain titr.and for costs
This summons is published by order of Hon.
R. P. Boise; Jurtrruof said Conrt". ina'lethis ltth
day of April. 1877, IX R. N. BLACKBUKN,
api20n30v9;fij Atty. for pltT.
Notice to Stockholders.
Notice is hereby given that there will he a
meetinar of the stockholders of the Grange
Union of Albany at the office of the company
on Monday, May 28th. 1877, at 10 A. M., for the
purpose of cloctinar a Board of seven Tdrectors
and transacting such other business as may
be lawfully brought before the meeting.
By order of the Board.
A. M, ROOP, Secretary.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
ALBANY, OKEGON, JUNE 8, 1S77.
Sunshine and showers wcronbont equally
mixed In the front Of the week.
Heavy talnfall on Morula' not ft '""g
lace in the country.
Mrs. .K,e Webber went to Corvallis on a
Oco. F. Settlemelr is happy enough.
It's a girl.
Mrs. Harry Godley Is a? well an could be
expected. A daughter, orthodox heft.
Will Miller is now engineer of No. 2s,
and we think he'll fill the bill admirably.
Orpcatia Kncampment No. 5 meets Oils
evening nt 7:30 sharp. Nomination night.
Come out, everybody.
Pat Frawley, late engineer of Xo, 2'.,
starts to-day or to-morrow for California,
to the regret of the entire Company.
Howe's Klastic Truss gives more satis
faction than any truss manufactured. For
sale by Bell & Parker.
The Brownsville brass band will be at
the grand temperance rally at Roberts'
bridge on Saturday week, IGth instant,
which insures good music for that occasion.
The travel between this city and Corval
lis is increasing. Two stage?, heavily load
ed, went out on Tuesday. Let's have the
Yaquina Bay Railroad. We can't get along J
much longer without it.
The demand for lumber was never so
brisk, we learn, and a number ot line
dwellings are going up in various portions
of tbe city.
It is reported that Jake Kees will aid the
Lebanon and Corvallis road to the extent
of fifteen thousand dollars. It the Lebanon
people pan out. like this on the railroad
question, there'll be no trouble in building
it. 'Ror for the extension cf the Yaquina
Bay P.Vdroad to Lebanon.
The human heart is neither more nor less
than a doflcately constructed machine.
Every tieat is only a complete movement
of the maihine. The amount ot work that
the heart accomplishes in a lifetime is really
very great. An adult's heart beats seventy
times a minute that ot a child's faster.
Every time the heart beats it vibrates in
four parts. contracting and dilating.
While life lasts this continued palpitating
or vibrating goes on. If you have an "af
fection of the heart.' watch it closely.
We are told that the coming blacklierry
crop bids lair to be the largest known.
Those almost interminable blackberry
patches out on the Lebanon wagon road are
loaded down with fruit, and large uumhets
of our people are making their calculations
to go out at the proper season at.d camp,
gathering at their lci-ure.
Last week Mr. Clytner. of Albany prairie,
received a pair of the celebrated Jersey
breed of cattle, n heifer and bull, purchased
of W. C. Myer. of Ashland, for which he
paid 250. Mr. H. C. Powell who lives
near this city also received a yearling bull
of the same breed, for which he paid $100.
The Jersey is the finest milker in tbe
California is cutting her wheat, and finds
it better than she expected. Dr. Glenn, of
Colusa county, is said to have 15.000 acres,
for which he expects to rtalize f 500,000!
A fair crop for the fatheads.
Ted Parker and two or three other ar
rested a Nevada murderer somewhere in
the Ochoco coiiptcy. delivering tneir pris
oner over to the Sheriff of Waco county
for safe keeping. News has ln-en received
that tbe prisoner has made his escape from
the Sheriff, There was a considerable re
ward offered for the prisoner.
Mrs. Geo. F. Settlemeir, so near death's
door a few days since, is reporter! recover
ing, which will be good news to her many
The cherry yield hereabouts will not lie
si large as last season, but the fruit bids
fair to be much larger and finer flavored.
Some of the handsomest millinery you
ever saw at Mrs. row-ell's. And there's
where the ladies get their handsome bon
nets and hats.
For the latest Agricultural Implements
and machines, wagons hacks, etc.. call at
S. E. Young's agricultural warehouse.
Sirs. Whitson has very handsome mil
linery, received last week, and the ladies
have found it out and are reducing the
stock rapidly by their purchases..
Don't forget the ice cream soiree at
Miller's new brick to-night, and don't fail
The yucleits, Ilarrisburg, lias, been en
larged to- an eight column paper, with
patent ouf9ide. Bully for he.
Prot. Campbell, late of the Jefferson
Academy, took charge of the Junction
school last Monday, with Mrs. E.M. Ilighy
in the primary department.
W. C. Tweedale Ml quantities of straw
berries, as well as groceries, provisions,
vegetables, cigars. Ac.
New potatoes at $5 a hundred pounds,
present price, are more valuable as a crop
Dr. Geo. W. Gray is doing a large
amount of fine dental work .work. The
Dr. enjoys tho reputation of being among
the leading dentists of the country. :
Mr. John Blevins, Superintendent, went
below the first of the week to purchase fresh
goods lor the Union Grange Store.
As a repairer of time-pieces, engraver on
rings, door-plates, etc.. and mending and
remodeling jewelry, Major White lias few
June l$t a great temperance picnic was
held on the summit ol Knox's Butte, Linn
county. There was a large turn out. Rev.
J. F. DeVoro delivered an eloquent ad
dress, and the total abstinence pledge was
taken by nearly all present.
Ed Baum has received a fine stock of
books and stationery, toys, notions, etc., as
well as some fine cigars. ' '
Mr. Wood and wife, of 'Brownsville, are
visiting relations in this city.
Tilt'on is booked for Oregon.
Strawberries and cream ' Urn-ra !
Wadsworth is selling large quantities of
BtfIHiiaKi-1..a In ,l.n V,..a- tl I j ,..i.l.,
, .. . - . . , - , i which is splendid for the growing wheat,
senator Morton is expected to arrive in!.... . CT .
Oregon in a few da vs.
Unusual good'' weather 'Tor picnics per
If England takes a band In the war, up
goes the price of breadstuffs.
Street improvements still going on rap
idly. " : '
Currants, gooseberries, cherries and
strawberries plentiful in our markets.
Some r.f tlko lazy Siwashes that lay around
the city are insufferably immidenti
Trade has picked up some during the
AVe are Indebted to some one lor a nice I
bouquet on Tuesday. i
See these new style linen collars at '
J Gradwohl sells the Goldsmith Rane
and all the best known stoves. i
The street sprinkler is certainly out of ,
luck i:o work for a week or wo. j
The war in the yeast makes the flour rise,
and bread is bound to come up! ;
Measles are still lurkiiiE iicre and there ;
in tliis vineyard. j
The A!!egh uiiaus propose visiting this
bailiwick soon. j
The Masonic Grand Lodge convenes at j
Portland on Monday next. j
W. A. Morrison is, wanted by his wife at
Warervillc. Eooue county, Nebraska. j
Mrs. L. FJJ Blain is slowly cwnvaU-scing '
from a severe attack ot fever. j
Wool u coming in nut slowly. Present
quotations being 25o per pound.
Our mt'chaiuLS ail appear to be busy, and
dwellings gcing tip. iir every direction.
Mr. Graham will build you a neat fitting
S lit of clothes at a fair price.
Morning generally cool enough to cause
a demand far a fire in the .stove.
Strawberries and'ice cream this evening
at Miller's new brick.
Sam Miller lias a number of new hacks
ready lor sale at reduced rates.
Ed. Onsterhout is happy enough. It's a
10-lb boy. I
Scarcity of money is a universal com
plaint, and everybody seems to have It in a !
more or ic-s virtueni lorm.
Settlemeir & Dawson are sawing an im
mense amount ot lumber at their mill on
W. C. Maine is reported slowly recover
ing, after a severe illness ol several weeks'
Little change in markets, butter being
quoted at 20S"25c ; eggs l'jc and straw
berries 3.1J s(S40c per gallon.
Mr. Peterson talks of erecting a double
brick building on the corner of Ferry and
First, ne:ct to John Briggs' new building.
The w ife of Councilman Conrad Myer is
doing nicely, and Conrad is now the liappy
filhcrof a. healthy boy.
E. Carter. & Co. have purchased the right
t inai'iifacfnre Kuhn & Millers" cultivator
for Mcriou.: Linn and Lane counties, and
they have srone to work putting them up.
It's a way up machine.
It is expected lhat arrangements will be
effected w hereby Judge Bronaugh, of Port
laud. ill deliver a sci ies of lectures in this
city at art early day.
Jas. Maily lias opened a restaurant in the
building lately occupied by Dr. Lister,
h iving nurd it up in good style. This will
b: an nccoinmi'dation to all who desire
special dishes. Matly understands how to
keep a restaurant right up to the handle,
and he'll prove a bigger success on First
street than lie did on Washington, although
he done weil enough there.
Mr. John Foster starts for the Ochoco
country in a few flays, with 4C0 head ot
young cattle. Mart. Williams will be in
chatae. Mr. Foster expect to return in
three nr font weeks, when he will dr've
over his large band of sheep.
A Petition Was In circulation in the
early part of the week, asking the County
CViirt to 'divide Albany precinct make
two precincts where now there is but one
reciting is a reason that there were more
people in the precinct than the law contem
plated. A gentleman to whom the petition
was presented, said the. reason was too
thin, and unless a better one could be ad
vanced be would not sign it. The gentle
man presenting it then acknowledged that
the real reason for asking the division was,
that Albany precinct was largely Republi
can, and the Democrats couldn't get even a
smell of office; and, he remarked, "we
(Democrats) can never get justice at the
ban Is of Republican office-holders! Bv
creating a, new precinct, with a little care,
we can so maw me linos mat in one ot the
precincts we the Democracy! can irnve a
majority, pnd can therefore elect all the
officers !" ; The petition w as Intended to tie
presented only to Democrats, but through
a mistake it was presented to the wrong
man. It costs so much less to run two pre
cincts, you know, than it does one. that the
Ittform lomocracy. always looking out for
economy and retrenchment, propose to di
vide tbe precinct' wherever it is to the ad
vantage of the party, regardless of taste or
expense! This is rather a small business
for even Democrats to engage in but then
what won't Reforni-Retrenchmcnf-Econ-omy-Deniocrats
do when there is a ghost of
a show for ofllce !
COMri.nwF.NTABY.- The following note,
which speaks tor itself, was read at the
meeting Ot Linn Engine Co. No. 2, on
Monday rtight, and ordered placed on the
j Albany. June 4th. 1877..
Pat'k.; Frawley, Esq. Dear Sir: Re
gretting as I 'do your departure, and the
loss of your 'efficient services as Engineer,
I feel constrained - to do yon the justice
which your good conduct and abllity merit.
Your efficiency and fitness for. the position
of Engineer of our fire encine has been
rendered still more by your coolness and
precision ot character, while your courteous
manners have endeared yon to us all alike.
I shall always rejoice to hear ot yor health
and prosperity in the- future. .. YQurs fra
ternally,, Joseph Webber.
j Chief Engineer.
Pkobia. Oregon,; June 4th, 1877.
The last week has been cool and showery,
I J he prospect for a large crop oi -grain was
prospect for a large crop
never better in Oregon.:
The Willamette Temperance AflLince
met last Tuesday, at Oak Point U. F.
Church. I he house was crowded at an
early hour. The Alliance was called to
order at 11 o'clock a. i. Opening prayer
by Dr. Cos well of 'COi-valli-;; 'music by the
little folks, and declamations by various
member of the. Alliance, took up the time
till 1 o'clock p.m. Adjourned for one hour
' t'at tbe I''' dinner. . After dliiner the
house was called to order, and the exercises
,wt're CO,,ti""w' l,nt". 3 'c,wk r M A"
i"vit''ltu'" XV:''' tendered the Alliance to
n,oet w,lh wt,,er te'"pen'ce people at
Robert's bridge on tbe 10th of June. Ad-
i"rnv(s to meet ' Tuesday of June,
Posal cards are worth ontif, cent apiece
Our .nrrchaiiU have adopted a new plan
of correspondence which ll.cy call the Board
of Trade. It is a board about sixteen
lnches long by live inches in width; the
pote is written on one s!d(, the address on
the oilier, and is carried by private con
tract. A pump peddler was in towu last Satur
day, Chl!l and fever are getting to be very
common at present. ""
Dr. Irvine has been chilling. Fleftl your
self first. Doctor.
Messrs. Coon. Mcllree, Pugh, Post and
Bamfnrd have bought of Knapp, Burreli &
Co., a new 3ix horse separator with eight
hore mounted power, and a twelve-foot
Constable Smith was in towu Saturday,
looking for peddlers, but found none but
what had license.
Mr. Jo--eph McCuue died on the morning
of the 3d. Mr. McCune came to this State
in early times; was respected by all who
kneiv him. He leaves a wife and three
small children to mourn his lo. i
Fike Matters At the regular monlhly
meetliii? of Linn Ens-ine Co. No. 2. held.it
tMf ,, 0 Moml:lv evening last. Pat
Frawley. Et giueer, resigned. Will Mil
ler, Foreman, also resigned. The First
Assistant. Geo. Bmkbart, was then elected
Foreman, and L. C. Rice. First Assistant.
It is understood that the Foreman will ap
point Will Miller as engineer. The finan
ces of the Company are to be looked after
more clo.-els' hereafter, and for that purpose
the officers were to make repoits and pre
sent their books for inspection at a called
met ting last night. Fire matters generally
War Map. As the altention of the civ
ilized world is at present attracted to the
theatre of war now raging between Russia
and Tut key, a reliable map of those, conn
tries is a mot desirable acquisition. The
cotnpletest and most reliable map that we
have seen is the one issued by G. W. and
V. B. Colton. New York, and for sale by
Mr. Jno. Foshay at 50c pur map. With
this niap any one can get an intelligent
idea of the places and com, tries that are
being devasted by cruel war. Even- one
wishes to take in the "situation of course;
and to do so with any degree of satisfaction
one of these late and reliable maps must be
secured at once at Mr. Foshay's.
Fatal Accident. Last Friday Mr. L.
Caldwell, dentist, of Corvallis. was thrown
fr.m a horse, receiving injuries, from which
he died the following day. Deceased being
a fireman, the redi-hirts took charge of his
body to convey It to Oregon City, the reI
der.c t of his parents. Sunday evening about
five o'clock the body escorted by. forty cr
fifty firemen of Corvallis, besides citizens
of that place, in bucks and .carriages, ar
rived in tlris city, and were received by the
Albany Fir Department at the ferry land
ing and escorted to tbe depot. Our citizens
generally turned out to do- honor to the
Harvesting Machinery. Sarinici E
Yctuig would respectfully inform all in
want of Wagons, Harvesters, Threshers,
lipers. Mowers, and all kinds of Farm
Machinery, lhat he has a full line on exhi
bition at Ids warehouse which he is pre
pared to sell allow figures. It would pay
every one wanting machinery to look
through Ids warehouse before purchasing.
First street, Albany, Oregon.' 37w4
Opfka. Lovers of English opera will
be delighted to hear that the Jeannie Win
ston English A Comic Opera Co. will give
entertainments at the Opera House to-morrow
and Monday evenings. This Compa
ny haS been giving the best ot satisfaction
at Portland and other places. The Opera
House will he crowded on both occasions,
as our people .ilways patronize merit, es
pecially in the musical Mne.
Twine Factory. Wo understand that
arrangements have been 'effected whereby
the flax spinning machinery, owned by Mr.
H. M. Crane, lias been secured to this city.
The fine two-story frame belonging to the.
Farmers Com any, erected for soap works,
will be used to set up the machinery and
inaugurate the' manufacture of flax thread,
twine, etc. This is good enough.. We
hope we have not been misinformed, ar.d
that the programme Will be carried out. .
MffiCAL avd Literary Entertaix
M EST -At College Chapel Monday evening
next, June 11th. A splendid, programme
is Offered, consisting of recitations, decla
mations, dialogues, instrumental and vocal
solos, duets, quartets, etc., etc. .Messrs.
Haffendcn Btos., Gaston and Sox have con
sented to assist, and will give some bf their .
most entertaining songs. The lateness of
its rcceptton and the crowded state of our
ooiumn8 to-day, prevents our giving the
programme in full as we have done hereto
tore. 1 ' Cheap. To F. M. Wadsworth is due
thp fact that we have beet) getting nearly a
gallon and a half of strawberries in this
market for 50c S'i'c per quart.
Alumni ExERCISE5---On Tuesday event
ing at the College with the following pro
gramme :" " '
Prayer.' - ""-
Quartette To, oar. PcdeemerS KloriDur" '
Recitation The flood' Of years-1-Ma rhv
Irvine. . j - .
Oration Conrmoii things Com. PV
Davis. ; -'-:.
Music. ' -
. Essay Thro' night to light Kate Cen
tier. ., . .. ... .
Music. ' " '. . ' -
Oration J. T. Tate"..; ' -'
AuMals Clara Price.:
Music. . . . " i
UST F UTTEIW "
Remaining in the Tost Ofllce. AIbnr '
Linn county, Oregon, Jtine, 7lh, 1877.- .
Persons calling for these letter must give- "
the date on which they were advertised.-
Howser. ft M 2
Black, II J J
Coultas. Mvs Q
Deed. E S
Enrigfh, M J
Greenlee, David 2
Huugh.-t. 'it. J T
fones, M - .
Sunrtv, J J
II. RAYMOND, P, MV
Straw beuktes as is. Talking aboutj ,
MrawberrieB, Mr. F. M. Wads worth '
brought into our office on Tuesday a box of
strawberries that excel any we have seen -'
this season in size and flavor, lie calls
them the Jocunda, and If a mess of them,
bathed in cream, with a small amount" of
sugar for easonin wouldn't make x . man '
or woman jocund, a dont know whaf
would ! Try ns oii some more of the same
kind, Wad we can stand it. ' -
Assign-EE's Sale. The stock of grocer
ies, provisions, glass and queensware, etc..
late the property of Dr. Lister, will be sold'
at assignee's sale at the Foster brick on
Frrtt street, on the lfth Inst., next Thura
day. People who are looking for bargains
should be hi attendance as the goods must
be sold. Remember the day and be on
Continental. Mr. W, F. Hall, special
agent of the Mutual Lite or Port land, of
this city, has received all the -necessary
blanks from headquarters, and Is ready to
file all accounts against tho.. Continental-'
Life I nstira nee Co. ot New York. A11 per- .
sons having claims against said C"ornpnnjr.
should call on Mr. Hall.
-EnscoPAi. Services. Rev. O. Parker;.
of Salem, will hold service in the Episcopal!
Church next Wednesday evening, June
13th, and on every Wednesday evcnlug.
until further notice. Services to commence
at 8 o'clock. AH are invited to attend.
Evangelical Church. Preaching oti'
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, by Rev. A
W. Bower. Services on Sunday at 11 -a-M.
and 8 p. m.; communion at the 11 o'clock
Sfrvic es. Pi caching at St. Pauls . M'.i
E. Church South. Sabbath at 11 o'clock, by 4
the pastor. All are cordially Invited. Al
so, by the same minister, at 3 o'clock P. M..
there will be pleaching at Cowan's school -
house, six miles from Albany.
Salmon. 'Mr. Joseph presented u with'
some of the nicest smoked salmon we liavo
seen in this market on Tuesday..' He luta
more of it. It is a most palatable fish.
Fresh Groceries All kinds of canned",
fruit, nuts, candies, cigars, flour, meal,,
lard, bacon, frej-h vegetables, etc.,- at Van.
Vaetor's. Yen ought to been dar!
Sudden Death. Mrs. John K- Mct'lur .
about nine miles from this city, died very;-'
suddenly last Wednesday night. Deceased
was 5j years ot age.
Lime and Plaster of Paris At J..
Gradwold's, in quantities to suit, at Port-
land prices, freight added. Call and seo
. Fresh fish at Han ls meat market..
Re-oi'1 nei New Stock. Ed. Baum- - ;
has reopened tlie Lecticonian cigar stand.. . .
adding a stock of school books, stationery
ami notions. IleWill keep an immense
stock of the finest cigars and tobaccos. Ha
invites alt to call and examine his goods, '
when tliej- will be well treated and givet -the
best ol bargains. v9n35 .
FINANCE AND COrilERCL,
Gold in New Yoik,'10G7
Legal tenders, 03,?4(B94. . 4
Silver coin, P5ai)8; " :
Wheat, fl 20ai 25 busIicU . -.: '. '..
Oats, 50c "P l.nslKtl. f
Butter. IS 20c pounds ' . ,
. Kpgs, 163C V dozen. ' "' '""'
".Chickens, f2 5t3$.'l 00 H dozen. - ;
Beef on foot, 3c ; pork, ilo., 7c net.
. Bacon rSidcs, 13c; hams, 15c; shoulders .
sc. ; ;,. a .
Dried apples,'e- plums, 12c. . ! -IJverpool
wheat market. May 20 : ' Ay,
crage, 12s 4dI2s 10x1; club 130138 4d.
Kenblble Advlee. I "
You are asked every day through the-,
coiumns of your newspapers and by your--' ' .'
Druggist to use something for your Dys-s . .
MpsU and IJver Complaint that you know - .
nothing about, yont get discouraged spend-:
ing money with but little success. Nowr .
to give you satisfactory proof that Oreen'a
AugustVlower will cure you of Dyspepsia,
and Liver Complaint with all its effectv
such as Sour Stomach. Sick Headache
Habitual Costlveness palpitation of tli
Heart, Heart-burn. Water-brash, Fullness,
at the pit of .the Stomach, Yellow Skttu
Coated Tongue, Coming up of food after
cm ing. low spirits, &c, we ask you to go. - 1
to. your Druggist and get a samplq bottle
of Green's August Flower for 10 cents and
try.lt, or a regular sizo: tor 75 cents, two.
tloses will relieve yon. . n44v9t
Is Your Life Worth lO Cents. '
Sickness prevails every where, and every
hotly complains of some disease during their-,
life. When sick, the object is "to get well. c
now to say plainly that no person in this. -world
that - Is sufferitig with Dyspepsia."
Liver Complaint and its effects, sun as In
digestion, Costiveness, Sick Headache, Sour
Stomach, Heart Burn, palpitation of tbet..y
Heart. Depressed Spirits, Biliousness, etc..
can take Green's August Flower without
getting relief and cure. If you doubt thbv
go to your Druggist and get a sample bot
tle for 10 cents and try It. Regular sis
75 cents. Two doses will relieve you.