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ALBANY OR&&ON, eTUISE 29, 1877.
r i I t M ; ? ( i j f
DT. POSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check M sight.
Interest allowed on time depoeitaln coin.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
nd New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collections madeand uromntlv remitted.
Refers to 1L W. Corbett, Honry railing.
Banking hours from 8 A. M. to P. It
Albany-, Feb. 1, iSIl-)Mv . . - ,
II. J. nOLGUTOM, M.
GR ARC ATE OF THE UXIVEBSITT
Medical College of New York, late
member of Bellevieu H.iepttal Medical Col
lege, New York. Ofkicb In A. Carotbera
A Co."8 drug store, Albany, Oregon.
BOLTS, all sizes and desert ra
tions, A general SMEUF HARD-WAKE-a
rail and complete as
Stores, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
, Tin, Cosssr, Zinc ail Sheet , Iron,
on nana ior saw.
The Goldsmith Range,
TIIB BEST MADE.
The largest and most complete assortment in
Keeps all kinds of
OILS & WHITE LEAD.
Ztime & Plaster of Paris,
at Portland prices, freight added.
CjrKefMtirlnsr done neatly, at short notice,
First street, Albany, Oregon. nS7v
HAS OPENED a Barber Shop on First street
one door west of Thompson & Irvings har
ness shop, where he will be pleased to meet all
who wish work in his line. Thankful for past
patronage, he hopes by close attention to busi
ness to merit a continuance of the same. Will
keep constantly on hand a full supply of
Perfumery sad Hair Oils
the best assortment In town. Come and see
Albany, Or., February 85, 1876-SSvS
THE r.lETZLER CHAIR
rpHIS IS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
jt- no cuair govs imu my rauitrry wiiuuu,uijr
name upon it. All others are false imitat ions
and should be so regarded. All persons art
hereby warned aeainst attempting any suck
Imposition npon my cuaiony r
Jefferson, Or., Jan. 1. 1876.
Bath House & Barber 51. jp.
mnE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE3. 4CT
X fully thank the citizens of Alban ai I vi
cinlty for the liberal patronage bestow 1 on
him for the past seven years, and hopes f r th
future a continuation of their favors. F tb
accommodation of transient customer , sn
friends in the upper part of town, he ta pen
ed a neat, little shop next door" to Tayio J roe
Saloon, where a good workman will alw iran
n attendance to wait npon patrons.
Dec. 11. 187. JOE WEB tSB
J. D. MCFARLAND. WM. MORGAN.
MORGAN & SlcFAHLAXD,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY!!
; EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Seat Dm? ts Wei la, Fnrgw & C. Express
OfMee, Albany, Oreg..
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH EMI
grants and others good bargains in farms
and small homesteads in Linn and adjoining
counties. Farms in value and size to suit pur.
Also, city property, both Improved and nn
Imnroved. , ..
Beating farms and city property, and eol lec
tions of a)! kinds, promptly attended to.
Out (acuities for advertising will enable as
to do more for our patrons than any other
Agency in the State in our line. -
Wa also pay special attention to the employ.
menKana laoor escnange aepaniucuta
Raising and gloving BaildlBffS.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
. .nnnnnm ia the ritinms of Albany ana
surranadlng country that, having anpplied oor-
selves wicb ine neueaeary aiBcaiun jr ;
ing and removing buildings, we are ready at au
times to receive orders for such work, which
v will do in-short order at lowest rates. We
. ipnarantee entire satisfaction in all work under
taken by ua, . - .
Oraera left at the Kwitm office promptly
attended to. Apply to. '
- Or' April tS. 1875. gT7
Prof. Cr. I. Newell,
TEACHER OF THE:
Special attention given to , .
VOICE CULTURE. )
HAVTNO concluded to make AUURT ray
Trrrmnmt nwKlcww, all who desire a
thorouKii knowledge of KmX can now have
,,X,tIledL, and Hepaired
Lerove yonr a-lia, nt Vr.Foshayranloand
bnotc stoie, or at Mr. Barrs musUs store, and I
wul call at your re.id-nvi.
. FHdf. G. Pt NEWELL
. Albany, August i, X87p-43 . '
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
'HSOTS & SHOESs
REAPERS & HOWIES,
Pint strMt, AlbMjr. OrcM.
Terms : - - Cash.
St. Charles Hotel,
Csraw Wahlg.M astd First Hta-,
J. XL TTvQlTK,
House newly furnished throughout. The
oest tne maricei anoros always on uia uiuc.
Free I'sseh t
AMERICAN EXCHAR8E HOTEL,
ALBANY, : : : OREGON.
J. 2. SCaAJTOaD, Proprietor.
CTAGE OFFICE FOR COBVALLIS AND
Only first class house in the city.
Free coach to and from the house.
THE ART PKESEKVATITE.
Printing by band.
Printing by steam.
Printing from type.
Or from blocks by the ream.
Printing In black.
Printing In white.
Printing In colors,
Ot sombre or bright.
Printing lor merchants.
And land agents, too ;
WboYiave printing to do.
Printing for bankers,
Printing for druggists,
For dealers in wares.
Printing for drapers.
For grocers, for all
Who want printing done,
! And will come and see "COLL."
Printing of pamphlets.
Or bigger books, too ;
- In tact, there are few things
But what we can do.
Printing of placards,
Printing of bills.
Printing of carte-note
For stores or for mills ;
Printing of labels,
All colors or use, sirs.
Especially fit for
Web foot prodjcers.
Printing ot torms
All sorts you can get
Or "House to be let. "
Printing done quickly,
Bold, stylish or neat.
At the Register Printing-oncr,
Corner ot First and Ferry Street.
GAMMER AID SCOTTSBURG,
Cmmm rHIsisr wtth Wet's, Fare CSV
TTTS5SATS l&& TESDJLT8,
All Baslnesf EntFMted to my
Care ProMpUy Attended To.
ratroaAt ef t2u TvXSia gallcittA.
J AS. A. STERLING.
Attention, Fruit Growers 1
HTME DIRECTORS OF THE ALDEN FBCTT
M. Co. beg to announce that thy wlil put the
Factory in operation as soon as Pratt and Teg.
etablea are ready for nse. and will pay cash for
the same when delivered.
Boxes will be f nrnished to all lor the purpose
f bringing their frnit to the factory.
. Fruit should be picked from the trees and not
braised.- " r- ,.
Parties having phrots should be parttonlsr to
gather tnem beZora they become too ripe. T
A. K. ABKOf.lV" Freaioeat.
- ' Seeretary.
. Atbatiy, Jnlyis, is7-8n4 .
PSOSXPT Delivery, lAwimft
HAVXN'9 boreyht out tV.e AeMrmy btmf nesa of
Mr. Lewis Rtimson, I beg leaveo annonnee to
the eitisens and bneineM men of Albany, that
2 ham on Uw atreeta an sntpreas amd too wagon
and will ba happy to serve all who nay give
.AM si win be promptly attended to a
reasogable rates. . . .
Orders may be left at the Drag Store of Bell A
Parker. . .. ,
. . , . Wltuaixt tcjit an Frit.
6. C STO!ST33, 13.
Phycicinn end Curgccn.
OFr'lCE At tks Bri( store .
PIITSICIA2T fc STOf.S02J.
HAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN
the city of Albany, and entered npon the
thirty-first year of bis practice, ruspecffully
tenders his professional services to the citizens
of Albany and surrounding-country. OrrtCB
at the City Drag; Store. Residence on First
G. W. WILCOX, j
fVFFICK with Dr. E. II. Orima.TFimt street.
Albany. Oraroc. . archronk dJsrasea a
820. W. TtAVfPESk, :
PbTsIo - Bledlcal Physician,
ALBANY, : OREGON.
TREATS ALL DISEASES OK TRUE PHYSI
oktgical principles, wlthont the nse of poi
sons. OPFicswtth Dr. Geo. W. Gray, Parrlsh
brick oiorK, umce nenr ironv o to u Aa ssH
and from Mo 5 P. M. nsevft
J. LnSSEY HIIm 91. IK, ,
OFFICE -At Bell & Parker's new drug store.
RESIDENCE Second street, between rail
road and Montgomery. - 8-44
Urs. S. ZTich.ols II. D.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE eorner of First
and Broadalbin streets, nn stairs over Post-
office. Special attention siven to the diseases
of women. Being aregular graduate of Boston
Medical University, and having several years'
experience. I can assure those BUifering, relief
oy my raetnoa oi treatmeni.
Aiowny, ur, aiarcn x, lot i -s-vu.
P. 1L TTTT.T.TTft, i
Attorney at Law,
T17ILL PRACTICE in the ditterent courts of
V V the State. S racial attention alvn to tne
collection or au claims entrnnea loniscmra,
and nromnt returns made. Investigation
of Titles, Conveyancing, and aU Probate Mat
ters careiuiiy ana punctually aiienaea lo.
Office on First St., next to Fox Bro. n2Sv9
W. G. PZFEE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a tyrant, ossaosr.
Office in second story of Briggs' building.
TI7TLL PRACTICE in the different Courts of
T the State. - Snecial attention riven to the
collection or an claims entmsiea to niscare.
Investigation of titles, eonveyancing and all
prooate matters carexuuy artenoea 10. zsw
. St. Jf . BUt-EBOn,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
BROWNSVILLE, LINN CO., OGN.
PROMPT ATTENTION CIVEM , TO UX
a business. ssvs
POWELL & FLIN5T,
Attorneys 4c Csennellom at I-W
Albany. Oregon. Collections made and con
veyances promptly attended to. i -H
CUAS. E. WOLVEBTOS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, OREGON. !
TJILL practice in all the Courts In the State.
Ml OrFicK in Froman'a brick, over Dodd's
hardware store. nmvs
MRS. L. J. POWELL,
. DEAXKB IN
FasHonable Hillineiy !
First Street, AlMuay, oi egesi.
T ECEIVES NEW LINES OF MILLINERY,
XV Bonnets, Hats, etc,, very latest styles, trim
med and nntrimmed. Flowers, Feathers, Rib
bons, etc. etc, kvkry week, at the store on
First street latelv ooennied bv Mrs. Stevens.
The ladies are invited to give me a call. 33 v
Pictures and Picture Frames.
E. B. PURDOM
Would announce to the citizens of Albany and
vicinity, that he is prepared to furnish aU kinds
of PICTURE FRAVESto order, at short notice.
. . .1 1.1 AMtau 4 I,
at bis ofnee on First street, one door west of
Broaoaiinn, ana leave yonr oroers.
W. It. GRAI1ABI,
(I.ATX OF MICHIOAN)
TT'EEPS always on hand Doeskins, Cassimeres
-a a. vesungs, etc, a larger ana oeiier wn
than ever before brought to this market.
Cuta and makes to order all styles of Clothing
ior men ana ooys, at reasoname rates, guaran
teeing s&tif faction.
Shop on First street, next door to City Mar
ket, lately occupied by Dr. E. O. Smith. asvS
UNIVERSITY FUND C0iU1iS'O
cos Linn ooojrrr, oekoojt. . .
fVFFICE At his residence, Albany, Oregon,
Applications reeeivea ior loans. ar
J. F. BACKENSTO,
Agent for W. F. Burn ham's 1874
PATEHI TDRBIHE WATER HEL
3R ALL territory west oi tne ocay moun
tains. I will guarantee these wheels to give a better
per cent, for the water used, ana to nave newer
gates, than any wheel known on the Padflc
onset, ana cause ine user iuub rouui.
Albany, Ogn-S5v9 J. F. BACKENSTO.
DEALER . IN , MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
School Books, Blank Books, Stationery
any Article, Ac :
Books Imported to order, at shortest possible
nuuee. ... . . now
FOR SALE !
X-OE?a3 t ' XiOTO X
. SUITABLE FOB
SITUATED in the business part of the city
two lots, ia block No. a, In the city of Alba
ny, uregon. on tne eorner on erry ana water
atreeiia, near tne vty mills, eteamnoat imnin
iDd0.1&S.. eissofJots: . -
fttrt sa Frry (rt ; v
ICa ee6ws WCa atrees, ; - '
with buildings thereon
Inquire on the prenuw for particuKrs,
. m 'J Hos. J. SAa iOSD.
. Albany, Or, Jan. lS77-liivft ,
a thoute. Afrentswanted. Outfit
terms i roc. a & vu., AuguBta,Me,
TAKES Tins OPPOBTTJNTTYV TO INFORM
his friends and the public generally, that
the okl stand next doovto P. C Karper A Co ,
se ean toe 4 as great an assortment and
arge a stock of
Stores and Esages
as ean be found in any on house this side of
roruana, ana at as
- ALSO - - i
CMtiroa,' Bras Caanieled
In great Tariety.; Atott '
Saeet Iron, -
Galvanized Iron. ,, - v
andi 1 . . ?
. . Copperware,
always on hand, and made to order, AT LIV-
Albany, October S3, ISTS-Svt
Fall&'U'iate Ctyl:3. .
OS EAKDCOSSTAETLI RECEIT'Ea
In Fromau'i Kew Block,
FIRST STREET, ALBANT.
A complete stock of all the . : ,
latest styles' in cloti:i::3
GcntleEca's Unflerrrcsr. ;.
BOOTS, UMBRELLAS, OVERSHOES, NECK
TIES, OVERALLS, GLOVES, ETC.
Sxtra S!sm ef aBt.hlTig C3eJaity.
Eg Orders taken for Clothing, Shirts, Ac,
A (air share of custom respectfully solicited.
E K. BLAIN
Albany, Oregon, November W, la76--8
: Incorporated Feb. 4. 1873. Capital, 190,000.
Corner First and Washington streets,
Aloany, : Oregon.' '
President, 8. A. DAWSOK.
Snperlntendent, J.' ISLSTKSa.
J AS. S3f!fIJD,
Wholesale sad Retail Dealers In
CloCatragr, .Hardware, .CrCSery,
" "jiroeeries, Farm EEajlssestr
: r - and ESaeMaerjr, . &c .
Machinery ' Wahonse on fd, betwe Ferry
I Waahtogtoa streets.- v -.
bTTysfl wb on ootmnlwrkm all kinds of
. ;' .. " ' i r.. i - ,1. . .
- -. kj , i . . 4 ..s. h 4. . "
TTAVTNO JUST BFCKIVTD A L V w.
5-. ."Sll waled new atjasCv. ,MWa
diHiet from the fectory, am now rK Iv? -:
7 trmt the t are v g
J?iZ!?lJ&SZa taereasii ylaU f grain
, Can be uaed equly wsn as m
:rtll or EroasJeesi Eeedey.
Ths i KtATESMA?? fJRAIW DEJLL Is l1
greatly ltwv.ro ved fm- ms
Tftarepi.i,!attny I hPi,f- -ff
Ssoondand LuBwutta vrjt.i, Ai - ... .
FW X7C 0l
Marcs 31, 18T6-38
L t. m
1 II II 1 f.i f 1
JOSEPH j TATLQB)
Joiner aad Otmezal Stll&sr,
ALBANT, : r - OREGON.
OFFICE With W. H. Knhn, Ferry street.
RLDSLMCE Corner CaUmoln and Rli-f h
streets. , aDr6T7
. urns, anna wiiiTsoar,
FasMoaatla 75X i ner,
ALBANY, OREGON. ." .
HAS ON BUND and will be constantly re
ceiving during the season, ail the latest in
Botmeta, Hats, and the latest in MiDiaery. All
work- done, and goods sold, at the towesi rates
for cash. ; 6atlW7
Are Ton Golngr U Build f
rf YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD A BOUSE,
barn or tones, send In yonr order to SetUe
Bieir A Dawson. Lebanon. hn ImmmImmii
and are sawing pine, red, white and yellow fir
ym y inn quauxy, WBlcn Way
will sell as low as the lowest:
rareh is, unSsW f . f-.. $ -5.., . , ,
Office tn Parrlsh s Brick Bloc'r. corner of First
and Ferry streets. Residence on corner of
Fifth and Ferry streets. Office hours from 8 to
12 o'clock a. sc., and 1 to 6 o'clock P. M. 6v7
M'CALLEY & ANDREWS,
- IM TKJt
BOOTS Ot SHOES,
. , GROCERIES, .
Wood & Vlllow Wore,
, " ClSO., tibo.
tGIVE US A CALL.
SHJTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
Capita, $100,0C0. Gold Cols Basis.
r. WASSEKS1AN, PMsMcst.
C OVACIUSBUSa, Vies Pres.
D. W. WAKEFIELD, Bstrelsry.
' W. 8 LADD, Trestortr.
W. II. EFFINOEK, Atterwey.
'. K QUACK EN BU8II, Oca. Ac.
W. F. HALL,
1 Albany,- Oregon.
taiies Variety Emporium.
Keeps constantly on band
German Zephyr,-Cma8. Thread, Pfas,
JVeedles, lltOion, Heal Hair Switch
es and Cttrls, Hosiery, Stamped
Goods, dec, c, dec.
Also, Agent for Dr. Warner's
t Child's Waist 1
- ' and Madam'Foye's
Corset 'Slcirt Supporter.
C3rrrench stamping done to order.
13" Broadalbin St., opposite Post OtHceaPv
, yrasEttnrosr kale.
Trmimr l WAhv mvm that the undershrn
XS remaining cuerutor of the last will and tee
tamentof Josonh Thompson, aeoeased, in , pnr
rr nrnar if the Coantv Court of Linn
county, Oretron, made and entered of record at
snanceuf the provisions ot the last will and
testament 01 saiu ownw wm,"" n
7th day Julff, 1877, "
at th hour of on ot-k?ck in the afternoon -of
aid dav, sen at pmmc
Slu.. .( ih. fjinrt House door in said Linn
county, Oregon, a the right, tis taterest
of his dun in and to the following -described
pirwftf&a, to-wii-2 ; 1 . .
l-rst- at eontheast eorner or section
ft in ts?-iKii. o 1j wtuth of range a west ef the
vi-i- .- , .).'t n in Linn oonntv. Oregon.
ran- U u ) north 89 W' east, 90 S-lu0
T.. s. w4t s-iiio chains, thence north
10 (v-iji c-i.jrk,twnce north 89 41' west SO S-H).
c-iml ?i k, t -..t,w(iiiw.iia-leiaiaarUienoesouth
iOeW ' uw -isttawrsiaoe of beginning,
n,,.,!., . i ,fss--, u sores, save and except tits
..u... 1 Thnmwra and MaltsaaX Van.
row.-i!.'' e-nw Jeed to the par.
ci ir vf ' " tre t ferin , .
'i mi i r tAi,, tst-iv-i " one-half to be
paid o t'y of end. the rernainaer on a
, i bemamimj EjMontor.
June t, iS77-88vw4.
IJono,; . .
TOi 1r hew'by riven to all rrrson wbCTB-
j,. A r, vr. nft to purchase tti oh IK Burd a
c"rt- ft r '" note of t ip amount of 4V73.
e t r ,otl iitH-.sibr l'lth. W78, and due July
,"!' uno-rs'Bed to said Hurd, as
i r. t u---sf hoid vulid ciaims and sei
o.a,. .s.i.-t tne t- W, Jo)n D. Hord.
, H-lTLKiiKlli & PAWSON.
ITP JV t TREE.
BY CLARA G. DOLUVER.
Little brown Jady,
Up In a tree.
Smoothing her leatbera,
Looking at me ;
Up in tbf morning.
First peep o day.
Getting her breakfast.
Stops by the window,
. Shaking her bead,
Catting me iazr.
Lying in bed.
Ltttla brown husband,
Up in a tree.
Singing the sweetest.
Ever could be.
Sings ot the morning,
Slugs of tbe air.
Sings of the sunshine
Evjsry where; -'Very
- - Golden and red
Never got hkndsooM
Fonr Rttte dilldren -
Up in a tree.
' Yetting and piping ;
Never did see
Babies so hungry ;
Babies so bad, .
Mouths so wide open,
- All very sad ;
Come little mother.
They must be fed, .
Scold me no longer
Lying in bed.
Little brown lady.
Would I were thee.
Housework and household
Up in a tree 1
Little brown husband.
Would I were thee.
Never more worried
" Up in a tree !
' But. O, brown babies.
Ton must be fed
Think I'd rather be
Lying in bed.
- Brownsville, June 20, 1877.
Ed. Register: On yesterday, tbe 19th,
tbe Masonic fraternity of this place held, a
grand picnic In a beautiful grove near town,
the principal feature of which, aside from
the good things prepared by the ladies, was
an address by tbe Rev. I. D. Driver on the
Symbolism of Masonry." This was in
deed a treat worth many miles of travel to
bear ; and many who came, strongly prej
udiced against Masonry, went away per
fectly satisfied that it was a good institution,
and sorry that they were not members of
tbe "mystic order." ; . -
We noticed many persons present trorn
a distance, among tnem tbe Hon. J. K,
weathertord and his 'bonnie" bride. ' Mr.
Weatberford wins golden opinions wherev-
erhergoes, and .his winsome lady, with her
gfcntle ways and, charming manners, will
i to him, tn deed and In truth, a helpmeet
in Tbia.. respect He will never call for
friendship in this section without meeting
with a hearty response; indeed be Is a man
whom Republicans as well as Democrats
delight to honor.
Farmers are in good spirftBTand they
may well be, wttbjgterospect for good
crops and paying prices.
This, I expect, Is tbe most business place
of iU size in tbe State. Tbe merchants all
seem to be doing a good business, and some
of them have all they can attend to.
Our friend Croft, of tbe firm of Kirk A
Croft, received a present on yesterday it
was a boy, but Croft "still lives." ;
Tbe people ot this section are enjoying
better health than for years, and I hope tbe
grim monster, death, is satiated for awhile
at least. ' Brownsville.
Commendable Enterprise. Tbe other
day . while at the sbor of Mr. W. R, Gra
ham, mercliant tailor, that gentleman ex
hibited for our inspection samples of cloth
made here in Oregon, In imitation of Scotch
goods, to his order. Mr. Graham, a short
time since, forwarded to one of our woolen
factories samples of Scotch goods (which,
by the way, are all the rag in the Eastern
States just now, for gentlemen's fashion
able suits), asking if they could manufac
ture for him like goods. The manager of
the factory, who Is himself a Soot, went to
work Immediately and manufactured seve
ral different styles, samples of which he
forwarded to Mr. Graham, together with
tbe original samples of Scotch goods sent
him. We examined the original Scotch
goods with tbe imitation, and we were un
abhs to distinguish "which from totber"
they were as like as two peas, and we are
inclined to think It would puzzle an expert
to tell the one from tbe other. While the
American goods seem to possess all the
excellent qualities which makes the Scotch
goods rank so high in the markets, yet they
are offered at a smaller figure than the for
eign goods, making a difference of nearly
or quite one-fourth less in tbe cost oi a suit
clothes. By his enterprise and fetet noogbt
oar wormy townsman has thru established
tbe fact that ear Oregon manufactures can
produce cloth, equal in every respect to im
ported goods, which can ba sold at a less
pries, thus retaining the money here to aid
in building up tbe State.- Mr. Graham de
serves credit for the. interest he has taken
in this matter, and we expect to see many
American-Scotch suits that were made at
his place adorning oar haitdsome men tbe
coming tsM. . -
: Liberty Car The committee arranging
for tbe Liberty car have elected Miss Ella
Rkteout as "Goddess of Liberty," and Miss
Minnie Millet and Miss Fkry Williams as
her supporters. MissDollIe: ZIoucxls to
represent the District of Columbia, while
other little girls lurre been selected to rep
resent the several States and Territories.
"Oh, wont we Lave a Jolly time!"
Last week the creditors of Parker & Mor
ris met at Portland, and proceeded to se- ,
lect an assignee. Our old : friend Bobt. , t
Irvine, ex-Sberlff of Linn county, was
elected almost unanimously. However, as "
he Is one of the creditors of the estate, oh?
ection was made to bis acting as ssia as
signee. It is possible that Mr. E. Arnold, .
of Portland, will be selected to act as As-
slgnee. ' ' .
. Slight rainfall in the forenoon of Sunday
in this city.
Cunningham & Co., on eorner of Broad
albin and First streets, keep on hand . aS
kinds of agricultural implements and ma
chines, such as headers, reapers and mow
ers, threshers, plows, hay rakes, eta, etc., "
as well as hacks and wagons of the best -. s
makes and styles, all or any of which will
be sold at the lowest cash rates. Mr. E.
Buchanan, , Manager of the business for
so. -T. RCo. Us Gils my, Is Mf
tbe' best boys in the bu&MKS, and the mor -
you trade with hifn the better you'll like .
him, ; Call asaeee for yourself, when you
want anything In the agricultural line. -
A range that meets every, requirement -
and satisfies every demand made upon it .
he Richmond Range. It has no eqaml
among stoves or ranges. Tbe only place
to get one Is at W. H. McFarland's, .next
to the Bank,
Picnic and Camfmekting. Tbe pleas.
ure and profit of these Institutions are very
much enhanced by a proper regard to the ''
appearance of the outer person. Ladies
and gentfemen, boys, girls and babies, can .
all secure a becoming toilet, and thus "get'
a lift" towards a higher and better life, by
paying a timely visit to the ready-pay store
of Wheeler, at Sbedd, where the best goods : :
in aU lines are sold at the lowest prices.-
He has a new and full stock expressly tor
these occasions. -
Harvesting Machisekt. Samuel E. '
Ycung would respectfully inform all ia
want of Wagons, Harvesters, Threshers,
Reapers, Mowers, and all Icinds of Farm -.
Machinery, that he has a full line on exhi
bition at his warehouse which be is pre . .
pared to sell at low figures. It would pay ;
every one wanting , machinery to look
through his warehouse before purchasing.
First street, Albany, Oregon. - S7w4
:. !' - - ;
Re-opened New Stock. Ed. Baura -
has reopened tbe Xecticonian cigar stand.
adding a stock ef school books, stationery
and notions. He will keep an immense
stock of the toest cigars nd tobaccos. He
Invites all to call and examine bis goods,
when they will be well treated and given
the best! bargains. ; . , ,v9n35 . .
Lm and Plaster of Parts At J.
Gradwohl's, In quantities to suit, at Port '
land prices, freight added. Call and see . "
for yourself. r- Beil-1ri36v
Tire GrOLDsaoTB Range Sold by John
Briggs, t the most economical, beats np .,
the room lesa. and is the equal at least, of
any other stove or Tange as- a baker or for
any other purpose for which a stove or
range is used. A full complement of tin- ,
ware goes with each range. Call at John
Briggs' store and see for yourself. - 37
Kegwlar Sserettea Essenttol ! Ileal tfs
The rpsrular secretion aud flow of tha
gasti ic Juices, and of tbe biie which tbe use
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters promotes, are
effects which conduce materially to tbe res'
toration of health, when the system is His -ordered.
Food is not digested In tbe dys
peptie 8tomacb because the gastric fluid is
deficient, superabundant or vitiated; the ,
liver becomes congested and .the bowels . -
constipated because tbe supply of bile is In- "
aueqnaieormtsairecrea. J. lie uittert recuw
fles all this, and removes every iU conse
quence of non-assirnilation and billions ir-'
regnlarity. Furthermore, it stimulates tltm . .
action of tbe kidneys, by which Impurities
are so to speak, strained from the blood. '
and any tendency in the urinary organs to ;
g.ow sluggish and disordered counteracted. .
Whether it be used as a means ot reguktt -
Ing gastric or bilious secretion, and reliev
ing the overloaded bowels, or to bromote;
complete, and therefore' healthful Torino' ;
non, uosce-xers tsicters may De rated upon
with confidence to accomplish tbe end la""
view.- . ; v June .
Almost evenr dav the Danera chronicle
tbe suicide of some poor unfortunate whose
mind has been enfeebled by dyspepsia, over' '
whose earthly horizon a heavy gloom has . -gathered
from the nntold and untenable '
agonies of this cruel complaint. Dyspepsia r
is one of the most depressing diseases af- .
flirting humanity. ; It is cosmopolitan in ' ,
Its nature no country is 'exempt from its ' '
visitations, no family free, from its attacks. .
There is a balm In 'G&aad ; It comes In tber '
shape of the Peruvian Syrup. For years It :
has been scattering its blessings, abroad. .
There is, probably, no disease which expe ' '
rienoe has so amply proved to be rernedi :
able by tbe Peruvian Syrup as Dyspepsia.
The most inveterate forms of this disease " '
have been completely cured by this modi-
cine, as ample tesnmony or many oi our
first citizens prove. Sold by all arogjrists.
. - - tune , .t
- ' 'O i
The Richmond Range. The Bichroood -
range Is King among cooking etoves, and -no
mistake. , It Is the most complete, best -turnl8bed,
economical stove in the world,' "
certainly Every one who gets one , of I
these stoves likes it, and peaka well of .It. .
It economises fuel, is a splendid baker,
and looks well In kitchen or parlor. Call 1
in at W. H. McFariand's and secure, a,
Rlchmonu Range, and you 11 never reflet
tt. . .; -.- - - '
la Tesnr XMb Wswils IO rem. '
Sickness prevails everywhere, and svry ;
body complains of some disease Uurir. their
life. When sick, the object is to get well ; -now
to say plainly that no persan in thi ,
world that Is aifJering -wuh Dynpeppa -t
jycr Complaint and its eftVts, swh tn in-- J
dUrestion, Costlveness, Sick Headache, U tr.
Stomach, Heart Bum. palpitation of t;.,'
Heart, Depressed Hplrite, -l-iUoasness, etc..
can take Green's AnguBt Flower !tN;.t
getUnz relief and cure. If you detsfc iVa,
go to your Druggist and get a sarcpla bofe- -Dc
for 10 cents and try It,? lTerntai-suw
75 cents.- Two doses win BHeveiyoa..