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IJCHtnT HXUX) iRHESW GOODS I !
AT Mr SEW STORK, SEAR CORNER OF FIRST AND BROADALBIN STREETS, I OFFER
a olidice ft selection of Furniture, such aa
WALNUT PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS ;
T7AL2TTTT CEtTTEB TABLES A2TD CHAINS ;
SAFES, MIRRORS, BRACKETS, PICTURE CORD,
FJour Safes, Extension Tables "Walnut & Ask
Chaifai'Sofaa, Lounsos, Suss, Baby Carriages, Koldingrs, Piano stools, Zto.,
i.ever brought to this city, "which I will Mil on the most reasonable terms. CALL.
" FRED GRAF.
Jirrt street, Albany, Oregon. 38r9
Groceries and Provisions!
-ALWATS TO BE FOUXD AX
"WILLIAM VAN VACTOH' S,
First Door West of S. E. Young's, First Street, Albany, Ogn.
' Clieap for Casli.
BLAIN, SOX CO., ...
Storage and commission merchants;
At foot of Ioa Street, opposite Depot on . Sc C. Xtailrond,
"WHf-'store Grain and General Merchandise at Lowest Rates.
Albany, Oregon, Jan., 1B77-I5v9
W. H. McFARLAND,
PUMPS AND HOSE;
Tin, Copper and
AGENT FOR THE
THB BEST 117
Mess door to the Rank.
A. SMITH S? UO.,
109 FROT STREET, FORTLAXD, OREGON.
Tit Standard Organ Triumphant.
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following la a copy of a Western Union telegram received by Sherman & Hydo, San
3frw Yoris. September 29, 1876.
Peloubet Pelton & Co., of 3ew York, have received DIPLOMA of HONOR and
1IEDAL of AWARD for the
CELEBRATD STANDARD ORGAN
D. V; PRENTICE, ACEflT.
23 First Street, Portland. Oregron.
CHP V T T l ' M A T T
Sheetiron Ware !
nr.AL.TM jut Groceries, Provtafona, Tobttrm,
gnra, cutlery , trwherj, nl Wood and
WlllwHiif, First fit., Allrany, Or.
Letter from a Postmaster.
"ANTiocn, III., Doc. 1, 1671.
Messrs. J. B. Rose A Co.:
"M v wifo has. for a lone time, been a terrible
ntlerer from Rheumatism. Sbe has tried many
phvsielansand many remedies. Theonly thing
which has (fiven hor relief isCentanr Liniment
I am rejoiwd to say fhi haa cured her. I am
doing what I can to extend its sale.
w. 11. iu.
Tills Is a samnle of many thousand testimoni
als received, ot wonderful cures effected bv the
Centaur Liniment. The ingredients of this ar
ticle are published, around each bottle. It con
tains Witch Hazel, Mentha. Arnica, Rock Oil,
Carbolic, and ingredients hitherto little known
It is an indisputable fact that the Centaur Lini
ment is pertorminir more cures of Swelllntra.
Stiff Joints. Eruptions, Rheumatism, Neuralgia
Sciatica. Caked Breasts. Loch-jaw, &o.. than all
the other Liniments. Kuibroi-atlons. Extracts.
Salves. Ointments and plasters now in use.
For Toothache. Earache. Weak Back. Itch and
Cutaneous Eruptions, It la admirable. It cures
burnsand scalds without a scar. Extracts poi
sons from bites and srlngs.and heals frost-bites
and chlllblains, in a short time. No familycan
afford to be without the Centaur Liniment,
The Centaur Liniment, Tellon Wrapper,
is adapted to the tonah skin, muscles and flesh
of the animal creation. Its e fleets upon seveie
cases of Spavin, Sweeny, W ind Gnll. Biff Head
and Foil Evil, are little less than marvelous.
Messrs. I. MeClure 4 Co.. rrugaists. corner of
Elm and Front streets. Cincinnati, Ohio, say :
"In our neighborhood a number of teamsters
are ueini? the Centaur Liniment. They pro
nounce it superior to anything they have ever
used. We sell a9 hii?h as four to u ve dozen bot
ties per month to these teamsters."
We have thousands of similar testimonials.
For Wounds, (ialls. Scratches. Ring-bone. &c.,
and for Screw Worm in sheep it has no rival.
Farmers, livery-men and siock-raisers, have In
this Liniment a remedy which is worth a hun
dred times its cost.
Laboratory ot B. Rose & Co.,
46 Dey street, New York.
Mother may havo rest and their liabics may
have health. If they will use Castoria lor Wind
Colic. Worms, Fe verishness. 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 ns honey, and neither gags nor gripes.
Dr. E. Dimot h, of Iluixmt, O.. says:
'I am uslntr Castoria m my practice with the
most signal benefits and happy result."
1 his is what every one says: Most nnrse9 in
New York C'itv us,? ilie Castoria. It ispt-eparcd
bv Messrs. J. B. Rose & Co., 4C Dey slreet, New
York, successors to Samuel Pitcher, M. D. 39 vs
nTfeir7ior m will mprak of excellent
POXD'S CXT8AC' The great Vegetable Paia
Ietryer. las been in use over thirty
A years, and for cleanliness and prompt cura
tive virtues cannot ha excelled.
CHILDREN. No family can afford to be wTthoat
rada Kxtrnet. Accident, Brntaea.
Contusions, Cuts, HprWins, are relieved
almost Instantly by external application.
Promptly relieves pains or Bnras, Sealas,
Excoriation, Challnss, Old Sores,
Bolls. Melons, Corns, etc Arrests in
ftamatlon, reduces swellings, stops bleeding,
removes discoloration 9 ana heals ranidlv.
FEMALE WEAKMESSf 8, It always relieves pain
in the uack and loina,f nllness and pressing pain
In the head, nausea, vertigo.
II LEDCORRHSA It has no equal. All kinds of nl.
ceratiuns to which ladies are subject are
promptly rared. Fuller details in book accom
panying each hottlo.
FtLEo blind or blemUag meet prompt relief
and ready enre. No case, however chionic or
obstinate, can long resist, its regular ase.
VARICOSE VEINS. It im the only sure cure for
this distreksing and dangerous condition.
KIDNEY DISEASES. It has no equal for perma
BLEE9INQ from any cause. For this is a spe
cific. It has saved hundreds of lives when all
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from
nose, stomach, lungs, and elsewhere.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, ToetHaehe aad
ivaraclie ura all alike rel.eved, and often per
PHYSICIANS of all schools who are acqontnted
with Pond's Extract of Witch Hazel rec
ommend i t in their practice. We have letters of
commendation from hundreds of Phvstcians,
many of whom order it for use in their own
practice. In addition to the foregoing, they
order its use for wcllinrs of all kinds,
0.ainay, Sore Throat, lailamed Tonsiln,
simple and chronic Ularrbea, Catarrh,
(for which it is a specific,) Chilblains, Frost
ed Feet, Seines of Insects, ftlosauitoes.
etc.. Chapped Hands, Face, and indeed
all msmicr of Pkin diseases.
TOILET USE. Removes Horeness, Itanahnefls,
and Huiai-tin t heals Cats, Eruptions,
and Pimples. It reriva. inritjorata, and re
fraher, while wonderfully improving the
TO FARMERS. Pond's Extraet. No Stock
Brwedor.no LiveryMan can afford to be without
It. It is used by nil the Leading Livery 8 tables,
Street KatlroatU and first Horsemen in New
Tork City. It has no equal for Hprains, Ilara
ness or (Saddle Cbafines, Stitftiess,
Scratches, Kvrclllnss,Cutf , Lacerations,
Bleeding-, Pneumonia, Colic, niarrbsa.
Chills, Colds, etc. Its range of action is wide,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that it is
invalnabla in every Farm-yard as well as in
every Farm -house. Let it be tried once, and
yon will never be without it.
BA1JI0N. Pond's Extract has been Imitated.
Tho genuine article has the words Pond's Ex
tract blown to each bottle. It s prepared by
the only persons ll-rlair. who ever knew now
to prepare it properly. Refuse an other pre
parations or Wlfch HaeeL This Is tho only
fjlclo used by Physicians, and 1" the boepl-
t" "t this conntry and Europe.
mVfSLAf ? 0$E f,p0W' fffTRACT,
ajam6yL,orlneIltfrEe on appUcaUon t
In the Circuit Court of tho State of Oresron,
for the county of Linn. . " '
Suit in equity for divorce.
Robert It. Templeton, plaintiff, vm Mary Tem-
o Mary Templeton, the above named defend
In the name of tbe State of Oregon ; Yon are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint of tbe above plaintiff, in the above enti
tled Court, now on file with the Clerk of aaid
Conrt, within ten days from the date of tbe
service of this summons npon yon if served in
Linn county, Oregon ; bnt if served in any oth
er county m the State of Oregon, then within
twenty days from the date of the service of this
summons upon you, and if served by publica
tion, then on or before the first day of the next
term of said Court, to-wit:
Monday, the 22i dot of October, 1877,
and yon are hereby notified that if yon fail to
appear and answer said complaint aa hereby
required, the plaintiff will applj to the Court
for the relief demanded in the complaint, to
wltt a dissolution of the bonds of raatrimonv
existing between youandplaintifLandforcouts
This summons is published by order of Hop.
R. P. Botsn, Judrreof sald'onrt,malothisth
dav of April. 1877. D. R. N. BLACKBURN.
apr20n30v9tj Atty. for plff.
OFrlCIAL CITY PAPER.
ALBANY, OHEGON", JULY 13, 1877.
REXioiorja 8IBVIOB. Rev. J. F. DeVore will
hold services in tbe brown M. E. church in this
city on Sabbath, morning and evening. San
day School at 2:30 p. x. Prayer meeting; each
U8T OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office. Albany,
Unn county. Oregon. June, 28th. 1877.
Persons calling for these letters most give
the date on which they were advertised.
Grier. J B
Helm, IJIlio 3
Starr, Sarah E
, Smocre, Mrs I
Williamson, S S
White. .Tennie K K
RAYMOND, P. M.
Hay harvest has commenced.
Wool is quoted at 29c a pound.
Cherries are about gone, and plums and
blackberries are coming in.
Orgeana Kncampjnent meets this (Fri
day) evening. Installation night.
W. W. Parrish and wife were down
from Sodaville last Saturday-.
Blackberries are getting ripe in the
mountains, .nd people are getting ready
to go for "em.
Sabbarh at 11 A.
A. W. Bower.
Church Preaching on
M. and 8 p. M-, by Rev.
commenced last week
A good many fields of
fall wheat are ready to cut, and farmers
will soon be at work in every direction.
See card of Drs. Wilcox & Arnold, in
this issue. We know this is a strong med
ical Arm and tliat they are appreciated, as
they are ju?t as full of business as they can
Work on Jas. II. Foster's mill Is pro
gressing. The brick office is up, and the
root will soon be in place. It will be alto
gether a new mill when the present im
provements are completed.
New Bridge The contract for erect
ing a new bridge over tbe Calipooia near
Tangent boa been ietto Messrs. Nelson &
Sanders, their bid being f 1,015. The
bridge is te be 90 feet span, and is to be
Lost. A large leather bound pocket
book, on the Lebanon road, between Al
bany and Win. Claypool's, containing pa
pers of no use to any one except the owner.
The finder will be thankfully rewarded by
retiirniiic; It to this office, or to me in Cor-
vallN, Oregon. J. H. Haskins.
Hon. Richard Williams and family came
up from Portland on Saturday, intending
to enjoy a little recreation fishing, etc.. but
two of hischildnre were taken very sick.
and not appearing much better, on Tues
day, he concluded to return home bag
N ew Patents. Through Dewey Co..
Patent Agents. San Francisco, wo receive
the following list ot U. S. patents, granted
to Pacific Coast inventors, viz : J. Gates.
Portland. Ogn., steam-pump valve gear;
I. 8. Van Winkle, S. F.. tuyeres ; W. B.
Young, Golden City, Colo., process for
separating copper and the precious metals
from copper matte ; A. A. Fisher and S.
II. Lucas, Santa Fe, N. M. combined push
pin and watch-key ; W. P. Lewis, Oroville,
Cal., pneumatic tubes for dredging ; I. O.
Mann and G. R. Rankin, Lake City, Colo.,
metallic counters or stifTener3 for boots and
shoes ; J. Sherrill, Harrisburg, Ogn., cul
tivator ; C. Raetz, S. F., machine for cut
ting sugar cubes.
Death of Lieutenant Randall. The
dispatches of Tuesday from the Indian war
inform us of the death of Lieut. D. B. Ran.
diill, a gallant young officer of a volunteer
company engaged In protecting his home
and the homes of his neighbors from the
Indians. He was a son of E. H. Randall,
living about a mile south of Scio, in this
county. He was a good citizen, and pos
sessed the respect and esteem of bis many
friends here. He leaves a wife, the sister
of Henry K. Ankeny, of Marion county, to
mourn his loss.
From Klickitat. Mr. A. W. Belding
arrived in this city from his new home in
Klickitat valley, W. T., on Wednesday.
His mother, Mrs. W. D. Belding, has been
afflicted with chills nearly ever since her
arrival in the valley. Balance of the fami
ly are well. There is considerable excite
ment ovsr tbe Indian troubles In tbe valley
among the settlers, owing to the report
that the Yakimas have threatened to clean
out the whites In Klickitat. Within five
miles of the Beldlng's there U a camp of
Indians, estimated at from 600 to 600,
painted and feathered as If for war, who
indicate by their intolerabe Insolence and
threatening manners that they are ready
and willing to commence hostilities at a
moment's warning. The crop prospectus
good indeed, and should the present war
cloud pass over without bursting, the Klick
itaters will reap a magnificent harvest.
We hope the preseqt fears of Indian troub
les may prove groundless n Klickitat.
Samuel B. Knox, on the 4th of JalT.1877,
ot bronchial affection, aged 44 years and
9 days. ..... , f ;
Mr. Knox was bora Jn Wayne county,
Ohio, June 25th, 1833; The community
has lost a good citizen, the church a devot
ed Christian, the family an affectionate
and kind husband and father. The conso
lation left a sorrowful widow, and an aged
mother and relatives, If that he died amid
tbe triumphs of his assurance of a home in
heaven J A large concourse of sympathyz
tcg friends attended his burial at Knox
Butte, i .. '
OAK POINT ITEMS
The farmers here, as a general thing, are
all busy haying, j The hay crop Is not turn
ing off, in this vicinity, as we had antici
pated, but nevertheless the crop is as good
as usual. j
The musiea'ly inclined people of this
city met on last Friday week (June 30), at
the Willamette Church, at 8 o'clock p. M.,
for the purpose-Jof organizing a Musical
Association, for studying the principles and
practicing the art ol music. Mr A. M.
Acheson was elected Chairman, and W. A
Robb, Secretary, when a Constitution was
read and adopted, and the following offi
cers elected : President, M. A. Acheson ;
Vice President and Treasurer, Mrs. L.. V.
Wilson ; Secretary, F. Crlslnger ; Musical
Director, W. A. Robb ; Critic, Rev, A. M.
Acheson; Sargeiit-at-arms, J. N. Smith,
when the meeting adjourned. At the next
regular meeting,j Friday, July 6th, at 3:30
P. al, the house was called to order by the
President, minutes of the previous meeting
read anjj approved, when a coJe ot laws
were adopted, and a short time occupied in
singing, when the Association adjourned
until the next regular meeting, Friday,
July 13th (to-day;) at 3:30 P. M.
The U. P. Prteabytery of Oregon will
meet here ou Thursday, Tuly, 12th, at 2
P. M.. for the purpose of installing Rev. A.
M. Acheson as pastor of the Willamette
Church. Revs. J. M. Dick, J. Worth and
S. G. Irvine, D. D., will be present to par
ticipate In the ceremonies. -
There will be pommunion at Willamette
Church on the following Sabbath religi
ous services on Friday and Saturday previ
ous. J. R. Y.
The glorious 4th is over and we are all
glad of it.
The "Peoria Band" was at the Albany
elebration, but wasn t calietl upon tc play
This they considered as an insult.
Several of our citizens attended the fire.
works at Albany on the night of the 4th,
and also the ball.
A young man by the name of "Joseph"
was badly lost on the 4th. At a late hour.
we heard his anxious friends enquiring for
him. "Joseph, V why is this thusly?
Wm. Yantis has returned from the "gold
mines." He reports the mines a success
and blackberries plenty.
.Dr. Irvine reports some cases of dipthe-
ria in the country.
The late rains damaged tbe winter wheat
some, but the prospect of a goood crop of
spring wheat was never better.
Mr. W. T. C, dressed out in hi3 best
store clothes, topped out with a $12 plug
hat. started for Portland on the 3d. Who
is she ? And w
iy go to Portland ?
Albant, July 7, 1877.
The folio wind resolutions were passed by
Knox Butte Grange, at the last regular
Whereas, In the wise providence of the
Divine Master.j our sister, Florence Feck,
has been rercovid to the better land, by
death, which event occurred on the 2Gth of
May. 1877 ; and)
Whereas, That in the death ot sister
Peck, her husband has lost a kind and
loving companion and Knox Butte Grange
one of its most faithful and devoted mem'
bers : and I
Whereas. That in the death of sister
Peck our Grange has only temporarily lost
anu although we snail miss Iter
In our councils. I we realize that
our loss is
her eternal gain, therefore.
Resolved, That the Grange wear
badge ot mourning for thirty days.
liesolved. That in this great bereavement
the heartteit sympathy ot this i,oiigeis ex
tended to the bereaved husband, parents
ami relatives ot tne ueceaseo, aim that
these resolutions be spread on the minutes
of this Grange, also that copies be sent the
Albant Register and Democrat and tiiat
they be requested to publish the same.
O. A. Abchibald,
R. E. Conn.
! IIobt. Chambers,
THE important qvestios.
Of all loathsome diseases Catarrh stands
pre-eminent. It renders its victim a3 dis
gusting to himself as to others. Aud the
most humiliating of all is the consciousness
that Ins presence is ottensive to those around
him. If any disease deserves the name of
universal, it is this. Dietetic errors and
the tollies which lasiuon imposes upon ns
tend to loster and disseminate It. To the
pitiful cry of its victims, is tliereany cure for
uatarran: mere is Din one answer consist
ent with Christian reason. God has never
sent one evil into the world for which he
has not sent the remedy. For the ffreatest
of all spiritual and moral evils, the Great
Physician has prescribed a potent and nev-er-iailing
remedy. He has given explicit
rules lor the treatment and preservation of
tbe spiritual And moral man, but lie is si
lent in all matters relating to the physical -
M.nM T. V. nr. ......... ..... W 1 .
supposo that He has afflicted the greater
portion of humanity with an incurable dis
ease. The day" of plagues Is past. The
God ot Christianity is a God of Love, of
Mercy, His message is "good will to all
men." The earth and all contained there
in was intended by the great Designer to
supply man's wants ; and surely he has no
greater wants than remedies 'for his infirm
ities. Science is rapidly proving that the
earth is fitted to supply man's uttermost
need. New medicinal plautsare constant
ly being discovered and new properties de
veloped from those already known. For
Catarrh, the most potent remedy yet dis
covered is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Its
efficacy has been tested many thousand
cases with uniform success. Cases that had
been repeatedly pronounced Incurable,
readily yielded to it. In confirmed, or ob
stinate cases. Dr Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery should be taken in connection
with the use of the Catarrh Remedy. Full
particulars in Pierce's Memorandum Books.
They are given away by druggists.
M. !., of Hrrraoa,
"Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherrt
gives universal' satisfaction. It seems to
cure a cough by loosening and cleansing
the lungs, and allaying Irritation, thus re
moving the cause, instead ot drying up the
cough and leaving the cause behind. I con
sider the Balsam the best ough medicine
with which I am acquainted." Sold by all
druggists. 1 July
The parties j arrested the other day,
charged with I having robbed Coleman's
saloon, were discharged on Tuesday be
cause none of our lawyers would prosecute
Frank Wilton and troupe have goned.
Jay Blaln started coastward on Tuesday.
Business dull during the Week.
Ouo case of diptheria reported in the
city during the week.
The Dalles Tribune lias suspended publi
cation for the present.
Wheat was harvested in Benton county
on tbe 2d instant.
See new legal notices in this Issue uhdef
head of ''New to day."
Gradwohl keeps the famous Santa Cruz
lime, the best offered In the market.
Wm. Wntkins was appointed nightwatcb.
by the last Council.
Miss Florence Forsytbe, of Salem, is
visiting relatives and friends In the city.
Geo. F. Simpson's baby was exceeding
ly low during the week with dVpthcrla.
Wm. Tally, of Benton county, came in
la9t Thursday with hia wool. Reportls ev
Between thirty and forty thousand dol
lars have been paid out to our farmers for
wool during the week.
Jonah is one of the first men mentioned
who was brought to the surface by internal
The temperanc folks about Scio are talk
ing of commencing business in earnest
If you want a horse seventeen or eighteen
hands high, call on Messrs. G unlock &
Moore, at Ans. Marshall's sttbles.
Wlls. Blaln is kept pretty busy setting
up farm machinery, wfigons, etc., t S. E.
There will be a large demand tor harvest
hands in a tew days, and it Is feared tbe
demand will be greater than the supply.
If yon wart Harper's Weekly or any of
the late illustrated papers or magazines,
go to John Foshay's.
This has beenAsfpecially hard week on
Competition In farm machinery has
brought down prices alarmingly. Now Is
the time to buy.
Mrs. Jake Sp-enger, of Salem, was in
the city last week, visiting relatives and
If our citizen are Interested in havim?
the Yaqulna Bay Railroad from Lebanon
pass through her borders, they should
make It known now.
Among the new goods received at L. E.
Blain's, Is a full line of hats, wool, silk,
etc.. to which the attention of those who
wish to be fashionably dressed Is directed.
Mr3. Powell sells an immense quantity
of millinery goods at her store on First
street. She is constantly in receipt of latest
Mrs. Adda Carothers and children start
for Portland in a few days, for a short visit;
from there she will go to Waitsburg. W.
T., on a visit to her late husband's relatives.
If you want a nest fitting, handsome
looking, durable and fashionable suit of
clothes for a very small amount of money,
call at Graham's, the merchant tailor.
Ed. Baum received per last ocean steam
er a fine lot of choice cigars, late style
gents furnishing goods, neat stationery, etc
Call and seo Ed. -' ;
Mr. E. W. Langdon. so favorably known
as an attache at C. D. Simpson's warehouse
two summers since, has returned and re
sumed his old place at the warehouse.
Prof. Towell has concluded to stand by
Albany Collegiate Institute, although off
ered $180 per month to take charge of - a
"Keen a blackberrying," is now the ex
cuse for torn clothes and absence from
home all day, by the average Albany ur
chin. Mrs. Whitson still continues to furnish
the latest and most elegant styles of bon
nets, hats. etc.. at her store on First near
near Washington street.
John Spangler and family have moved
out on Mart. Lnper's place, about five
miles south of the city and Johnny pro
poses to become a Granger.
Dr. Wilcox was prostrated the fl.-st of
the week by fever. His practice has been
immense of lat, and haa pretty nearly
used him up.
A printer's baby took the first prize, $75
in gold coin, at the Chicago baby show.
That was a "fat take," and the committee
was 'notified" In awarding It.
Prof. Warren, of Portland, is paying his
many friends in this city a visit. The Prof,
looks to be in fine health, we are pleased
Sam Mullen bought an elegant span of
roans the other day from Mr. Moore. They
stand about sixteen hands high and weigh,
together, a little over 2, 600. One is five'
and the other six years old.
Mr. John Briggs is busy at his store help"
ing the farmers to get their harvesting ma-
"ZWnery ready for the coming conflict
Mr. B. sells the Goldsmith range an awful
good cooker, you better guess. ...
Major White, as a jeweler,, engraver and
watchmaker has no superior. If yonrclock
or watch fails to kecptime, take it to the
Major and he'll soon put them in good
shape, we'll warrant.
When 8omo of our merchant princes get
tired of doing nothing these days, they
assemble in front of one another's business
houses and argue on the immortality of the
soul. And the boys are well posted on
Gunlock & Moore, have arrived from
John Day Valley with a large number of
extra good horses, many of them good go
ers. They have a number of large, well
put up farm horses ; Rifleman colts that
are excellent roadsters, and some handsome
match teams. Farmers can supply them
selves for harvest work from tbe band, at
fair rates if application be made soon. All
remaining unsold will probably go to Cor
vallis next week. .
Mrs. Frank Reclfleld, from near Mt
Idaho, is in the city visiting relatives and
friends. Mr. aud Mrs. Redfleld and chil
dren were jost sitting down to breakfast
one morning when the news came of the
Indian outbreak. With the aid of friendly
Indians they were enabled to get out of the
country leaving their property behind.
Look in at Van Vector's when you want
j trcsS groceries, provisions, etc.
TJie most delightful jmther a F8
sawTwe are enjoying right along1 Y
Our markets are well sttpplied wEbr-i
etables, efe "No 'change of note In prfc;
Read the new 4s. cajreftlfH-l By fei
to your advantage. .
W. H. Dock! has oeen bating cMUs tzsf
Wheat Is qaoted at $1 10 per ha&s&i
eggs, 20c per dozen ; butter, 1&320C pt
The youngest child of Geo. P. ESmpeslv
a bright and promising little boy c4
hronths, died of diptheria on Tbsrt'T
morning. The parents are' loconaol&tl at
their great loss. .
Scandal. A gentleman who Urea near''
the city l etrrraed from the mountatxaa re
cently, so report has it, only to Jnut tStat
his hired man had made trouble in the fina
lly. Anotherdivorce and family separated."
Monet Stolen On tbe night of Cai
4th some one entered , Jtm Coleman's ass-'
loon aud abstracted about one hundred
and seventy dollar. Three young men et
this city were arrested on Monday, chargm!
with the theft. On .Tuesday they wwa
discharged, the evidence being insufficient.'
The Richmond Range. The RicfcsaoeJf
range is King among cooking atoves, aaA -
no mistake. ! It is thn most complete, best
furnished, economical stove In the WorkS,
certainly. Every one who gets oas ttt
these stoves likes U, and speaks well ol it.
It economises fuel,, isj a splendid baker,
and looks well in kitchen or parlor. Cu .
tn at . ii. -3icr aria tui 'a-ana secure -Richmond
Range, and you'll, never yegrett
It. " '
Personal. Col. T. E. Hogg, who haa
been absent in Europe for nearly a year
past, made our city a visit the first of the
week. The Colonel was' accompanied by
his brother, Wm. M. Hoag, of California.'
and Messrs. Frances E. Kerr, W. Nash
and II. N. Moseley, English capitalists
out for a look at our country.
Storage of Grain. Mr. C. D. Slmp
son gives notice that he is prepared to store
200.000 bushels ot grain this season, having :
in addition to his commodious warehouse
at foot of Ellsworth street, rented the ware" .
house of Mr. John Foster, at foot of Broa
albin street. This gives Mr. S. the most
ample .accommodations, and those wha
store with him will be well treated; a he
has, in all tbe years he has done bosmessT
here, never failed in. any of his contract.
He is ready to furnish sacks to all storing
with him, or wilt sell sicks at tbe lowest'
market price. He will receive wheat at
Tangent and MillerTs, and will buy wheat
or oats at tbe highest market price. Call
and see Charley. . ;
A Big Scare. On Tuesday afternoon a
married lady of this city called at a druj
store and purchased a small , bottle ot the
oil of red cedar. She proceeded to the
house of a relative, where she procured av
spoon and a pinch of sugar, when she pro-' '
ceeded to take a level spoonful, wrnetbingf
over a drachmof the oil. J Shortly after
taking the oil she exhibited evidences of .
nr,iM, amf Tw rtiintAH ct.o a t,intfw mKXmA
in. The doctor proceeded to give tbe tisna
remedies in such cases, and soon drove the
poison from tbe stomach .The oil of Cedar '
sometimes, if . taken . in large quantitlea, .
produces death, but Is ,no taken for that
purpose. The object in this Instance, It la'
believed, was not suicide-.10'
On the 11th instant, at the residence of
Father Freeland. by Rev. J. F. DeVore.
C. w. Crawford and Mrs. Mary Ford tooth
of this city. ,-:
Our best wishes go with them.
FINANCE AND COHLTLtCSv
Gold in New York, 1063
Legal tenders, 9495.- . . .
Silver coin, 94 J$S95. C' '' -Wheat,
1 10 V bushel.
Oats, 60c V bushel.
Butter. 18(3 20c V Dound.
' Egg85 -0c dozen.
Chickens, f 2 B0 $3 00 V dosen.
Beef in foot, 3c ; pork, do., Tc net.
Bacon Sides. 13c; hams, 16c; aaoo&r&V
8C ' i
Dried apples, 6c; plums, 13c.
Liverpool wheat market, July 1J
repoit. " "" ' "". "
John Lewis fishes for Kinneys at As-'
toria with 640 fathoms ot net. It all
mo uni tnat come o uiai net ionn w
in 1nTr -
D. E. Thompson, near the Dallit'
sheared over 24,000 lbs. of Wool from'
3,000 sheep. His best bucks ha4 fieeoetT
weighing from 25 toS2 lbs. each.
James Wilson attempted suicide ait
Salem on the ,4th by taking, laudanum.
Strong coffee brought him out. Cause'
of the attempt, want of work or no will
ingness to doit.
Dr. Rntus Willard is superintendent
of the asylum at Steilafcootp.
A discovery of coal is reported at Port.
Discovery bay. If true it wHl be of'
great valae for tbe lower part ot the
sound. ' -
The baric W. 11 7i&ue -Mt'hichrA&
near Olympia with spars for Maine, pa?
over $10,000 for her cargo and1 ezpeuM!
of loading.; . :-y
Letter from Gray'a 'Harbor. JdcT
OO.V 1 - Al. !. m . .
obn, tu vsiymput j. rcmgcrttx ic&
ship Cambridge is lying ten miles oflt
shore, bottom ap, halt way betweeo'
Gray's Harbor sod Point , Greenville).
An Indian from the' reservation was
nnt &nd fnnnA liar anAtuuwf .
The United State government lis?
received from tbe Dominion government
pcrmirision to erect snrvey posts on the"
coast of British Columbia while a new'
coast snrvey is in progress. This exv
plains the movements of TJ.8. survfjf..
ing vessels in the neighborhood of. Vie-'
loria during the past few weels.