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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1877)
ALBANY', OREGON, AUGUST 3. 1877J
? A N K I N Q
ALL. IXYi OKtUOS.
T"VT.rOSlTS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
J check at stjiht.
Interest allowed on time deposits In coin.
Exchange on Portland, San Kmncisoo,
tuil New York, for sale at lowest rutin.
Collections ma.leand prnmptlv remitted.
Kefors to II. W. Corbet t, Henf v Failing:,
W. S. Ladd.
Rankin; hour from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Album-. Feb. 1, lSTl-tUvS
II. I. ISOt'CillTOX, M. .,
Ct It IH UE OF THE I'MVCasiTT
T Medical College of New York, !ate
memtior of Beilcvieu II- spttal Medical Col
Icko, Si'-' York. okkrk-Ih A. Caiolhcrs
& Co.'s Urui; store, Albany, Oregon.
BOLTS, size ami descrip
tions. V genera! SIIUI..F IlAKi)
WAKE j full and complete hk
dortinenl. Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
Tin, Copper, Zinc aM Sheet Iron
on hand far sale.
The Goldsmith Range,
THE BEST MAI-E.
The largest ami most eoinplete assortment in
Keens all kinds of
OILS & WHITE LEAD.
Lime & Plastor of Paris,
at Portland prices, freight added.
"-Repair In done neatly, at short notice,
First street, Al'iany, Oregon. n27v8
HAS OPENED a iSirbor Shop on First street
one door west of Thompson & Irvine's har
ness shoo, where he will bo pleaded to meet ail
who wish work in bis line. Thankful for past
patronage, he hopes by close attention to busi
ness to merit a eoiuiuminee of the same. "Will
keep constantly on hand a full supply of
Perfumery nnd Hair Oil,
the best assortment in town. Conic arid sec
Alliany, Or., February 2", 1TiV2.1v3
THE ricTZLER CHAIR
Tins IS TO INFORM THE PCP.MC THAT
no chair jioe- from mv factory without my
name upon if. All others' are false, imitations
nnd should he so regarded. All persons are
Ierebv warned against attomiMlnt; any sncV
Imposition npon my cuHtonu rs.
Jefferson, Or.. Jan. 21. lS7t.
Bath House & Barber 3! ip.
rpE t'N'DEKIfrNED WOT M RT. .
X fullv thank the eitt.ens of Albnn Kl
cinltv for the It'n-nil patrnnae Im-sto
him for the rK"t seven yetirs, and Iiojicj f
future eoiitiiiua'.ion or their favors. F
aoeoromoilatton of transient customer
friends in the tinner lmrt of town, he t V
t a nit little shop next door to lay:o
Saloon, where a jrood workman will a.x ,
n attendance to wait upon pat rons.
liw.ll.Mt. JOE WET '
J. D. MCFAni.AND. WM. MOIiCAN.
MORGAN & ?SrFARIiASl,
"REAL ESTATE AGENCY!!
Bt Ioor to Wrll.x, IV.rro CV Exprewi
Otilee, Albuny, Oroijon.
WE ARE PREPARED TO FrilNIPII F.MI
t rants and others ood barcrains in farm
rid small homiwUMidi in Linn and niljoimntr
ountieH. Karins in value and size to suit pur
chasers. . , ,
Also, city property, both improved and nn
Rentinc farms and eitv property, and eollee
. lions of all kinds, promptly attended to.
Onr fai-ilities for advertising will enable us
to do more for onr iwtrons than any other
Airene-v In the Ftate in our line.
We rilso pay special attention to the employ
ment and labor exchange department.
Albany, May 121 f.
Raising and .TZovinft XSuiltfit)g.
WETIIEUXDEESuInED REG LEAVE TO
annnimee to the citizens of Alliany and
mirroundinscottntrv that, havlnpiinpplied our
selves with the necessary tnaeliinery Tor rais
ing and removing buildings, we arenwlynt all
time to receive orders for such work, which
we will do in short order at lowest rates. We
guarantee entire satisfaction In all work under
taken by ns.
Orders left at the Registkb office promptly
at ten ted to. Apply to.
AltM. ' RANTY, ALLEN' A CO.
Or., April 23. 1873. 227
Prof. Ci. X. Ve-vvell,
TEACHER OF THE
Harmony. Thoronsli-'bass aiicl Singing.
Special attention given to
TTAYTSfl concluded to make AMlA"SfY mv
fernianent residence, all who dire ft
Ivt 2?lk,,I0ied8eof Mie can now have
PIAXOS A0 ORGANS
Tixnecl and Repaired
tJT1'1:1?1 Mr" roshay'smnsieand
Allrany. Auus ,, ' . SKWF.LL
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
BOOTS & SHOE?,
REAPERS & MOWERS,
BROADCST . SEED
First street, Albany, Orcgou.
Terms : - - Cali.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Yt iisliinjitoti nl FirtNts.,
J. M. FB02TK,
House newly furnished throughout. The
best the market affords always on I he table.
Free t'oaeii to niil from tlie Hou.se.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL,
ALBANY, : : : OREGON,
J. B. SCP-ASTOia, Proprietor.
STAGE OFFICE Full CORVALL1S AND
Only iirst class house in the city.
Free coach to and from the house. C2v9
THE ART I-ItESr.UVATIVr:.
Printing hy hnnd.
Priiitinf; hy steam,
l'rititinji from t3"lP.
Or from Mocks by the ream.
Prititinp; in Mack.
Printing in white.
I'rintiiti; ni color.
Ot sombre or bright.
Printing tor morchnnts.
Ami i.-ind agents, too ;
Priti' ini; tor an v.
Who have printing to do.
Printing for hanker',
t'lerks. atittioni i i-s.
Printing for (h ngzNts,
For ilcalcrs in wares.
Printing for (li-.-iper'.
For grocer, for all
Who want printing (lone.
And wiil come ami see "COIX.'
Printing of pamphlets.
Or bigger books, too ;
In tact, there are few things
Ittit v hat wc can lo.
Printing of placards
Printing of bills.
I'rinting of carte-notes
For stores or for mills ;
Printing of labels.
All col'-rs or nse. sirs,
Especiai'y iit fir
Webfoot prod .icfrs.
Printing of forms
All sorts yon can get
Or "House to be let. "
Printing done qtiickly,
15old. styli-h or neat.
At the JIlii-iKi: Printing-olicr,
Corner of First nnd Furry Street.
12 31 X I 32- CITY
GARDINER AHD SGOTTSBUR&,
ConiicrJitis viltii Vsil's, Tararo &. Co.'s
Express at lraiu's Station, oh
TUESDAYS aaa PE.II5ATS.
All XSusincfcM Slistrtistctl to mj
Care Ironiplly Attended To.
ratrona-sro of tho Public Solicitod.
.IAS. A. STKKLIKG.
Dec. 8, 1876-nllv9
Attention, Fruit Growers !
THE DIRECTORS OF THE ALDEX FRCIT
Co. 1ck to announce that they will put the
Fact or v in operation as soon us Fruit and Veg
etables are ready for use, and will pay cash for
the same wnen ueiiverea.
Hoxes will lie furnished to all for the rrarooso
of brinp-injf their fruit to the factory.
f ruit snouia ue picHeu iroui iuo neesanunot
Parties havlnpr plums fhoulil le particular to
cat her them before they become too ripe.
" ALLEN PAKKER,
A. N. AltN-ou. President.
Albany, JtUy 28, 1876-8nW
IIS.03IIT Ielivcrj', ut Living
jIA VTXG bousrlit out t he delivsry business of
Mr. Lewis Slimson, I le leave to announce to
the citizens and business men of Ailuiny, that
' i,uv on the streets an express and job wagon
and will be happy to serve all who may give
a All orders will lie promptly attended to at
reasonable rates. '
urdnra may be left at the Drug Store of Bell &
Parker. VIRGIL PARKER.
S. C. STOVE, !. .,
Physician and Surgeon,
OrriCE At Hie Driiff .Store.
PHYSICIAiT tz STJa&EOlT.
c;. xv. w siaox,
I loiiioeopntliie Phyficirtn.
OFFICE with Ir. E. II. i;rif!ln.'Flrt street.
AHny, Oregor.. r Chronic discuses a
t'Jijsio - 32cdicnl I;.ye!a;i,
AL11AXV, : ORKUOX.
fpRKATS AM. DISEASES OK Tlil'K rilVSI
X illogical pi'ineinU's, without The u-e of 1M..1
soN.s. Okfii K- with lr. tico. V. Crav, Fan ish
brick block. Oft'ce hours Iroin 8 to'12 A. M.,
ami from 1 to 5 1. M. nSOvy
JT. I.SXSKY SImI.L,, 33. I?.,
OFFICE -At Hell A Parker's new drujx store.
HKSI I F.NCE Second street, between rail
road Hnit Montiomerv. S-44
Mrs. S. moliols, H. D.
OKFIl'K AND RK.-IOKNTK com or of First
and Iirofi'l;iim streets, up sinirs over 1'cst
ol.itf. r?H:cl:U nttcnt ion u iven to the Uiscac
or" women, Keinii tireirnliir u:r:i'ln;tteot" IVhIou
Medit-jil L nivt'rsity. m Juivinyr sovenil years
cxyierienec, I run iissuiy 1luwo siuiluring," relief
bv mv met ltoi t' 1 reu! ment. "
Alluttiyt Or., Maivh -2, ls77 2v9. -
V 1 1 o rn o i t X-i r A'V" -
eoliecl ion of all
and proin;t ret ut
of Tit les. Convey
tcrs cnrefuUv ::n !
OIHi e on First -
ATTORXFA' AT LAW,
Ofllc-e in second story of Itriixs building.
7"ILL PRACTICE in the iliilVrerit Courts of
T the stale. SjH-i 'mt atiention sriven to the
ciI!ction of all claims entrusted to his care.
Investigation of tiiles, i-onvevancins: and all
probate matters caret ally attended to. ijvtf
l. it. 5:i. '. 15-.,
ATTORNEY AT EAAV,
l!Rt)WysviLI.K. LINN" CO., CHJN".
- bu lilies
A TTii: I'lltlS t.IVL" TO AM.
j. c. rovrtxi,. i. rtiNx.
row KM. & FI.IXN.
AttoraieyK A frtmts.'tlorit sit- I.nw nncE .o.
laeatorf, in 4'SsHneerj'T
Albany. Orewon. Collect tons uttide nn l con
veyances promptly attended to. 1-s
ATTORXKY AT EAV,
yTILL pracM'-c in at! tli Cr.ui't-: in' t!v tne.
V Of'FUT In Fr."ta:i.i hricic. over lot is
hardware store. nl',1-. '.!
?LS- -JJ1.LAS tt;,"A'
MRS, L. .1. l'OWI'J.L.
Fashionable Siilliaery I
first Street, AHmiiy, Oi-earoa.
RECEIVES NEW LINE'S OF MiLLlNFIlY.
iwnrii;ts. Hats, itc, very latent stylis, triin
med nnd untrimmed, i"(nvcr-t. Feat Iti-rs, Uii
iions. etc.. etc.. kvkuy wkkk. at the store on
First strN..t late! v oci-upied ly ti-s, Stevens.
The ladies are "invited to give me a -;tll. 3:jv9
CieJures mid tielurc Frtauies.
E. P. PUIiTDOM
Wonld annnmice to tie citizens of Albany anrl
vk'initv.tlutt he is pre.rirrti t fnriii-h all kinds
of I'HJ'niiK KKAV jS to or;lrr. at sluvn tiee.
Piet tires framed, and old frumps rfiijiii-d A'txV
ut bi oftic-e on First strooi, om door -.-t of
HroitdaMin, und leave your o-iW
I.ATK V MIf JtlflANi
KEEPS alwa'S on hand DocsK-ins,Tassimercs
Vest ins, etc., a lanrer ami belter stock
than ever before brought to this market.
Cuts and makes to order all styles of Clothinqr
for men and boys, at reasonable rates, iuaran
teeinpr sati. faction.
Shop on First street, next door to city Mar
ket, lately occupied by Dr. E. O. Smith. -2.1 v8
UNIVERSITY FUND CCPtfilS'nR
Ffu i.i.vn inrsTT, i:ki;o.v.
FFIt'E At his residence, Albany, Oregon.
Applications received lor leans. .!v
J. E. TiACKIiNSTO,
ARent for W. F. Burn ham's 1ST !
PATENT TURBINE WATER WHEEL,
I7OI ALL territory west of t he Rocky moun
I will guarantee, these wheels to grive a lietter
per cent, for the water used, anil to have better
Ifates, than any wheel known on the Pacific
coast, and cause the user less trouble.
Albany, Ogn-a ivii J j F. HACK ENSTO.
BO Oil STOMJb
DEALER IV MISCELLANEOITS BOOKS,
School Rooks, Blank Books, Stationery
Fancy Articles, Ac.
Rooks imported to order, at shortest possible
notice. , vSnSO
Dwellings or Business Houses,
SITUATED in the business part of the city
two Jots, in block No. 3, in the city of Alba
ny, Oregon, on the corner of FVrry and Water
streets, near the City Mills, steamboat landing
and O. & C. U. It. Size of lots :
lOO feet on Terry strcf j
133 Icet on nler utreet,
with buildings thereon. !
Inquire on the premises for particn!.,rt.
THOS. J. SAFFORD.
Albany. Or., Jan. 2fl, 177-Iv9
I Jfry n dn.y athotne. AErentswsnted. Oiit'fTt
' 0C trra4 frpfi, TRUE ftTO,, A npmfa,M.
HAVISO PERMANKSTCY I.of'ATKD IN
the eitv ol Albany, and entered upon the
THiKTY-KiiisT yt'ar of bis practice, respcctfully
tenders Ills professional service to the eitizens
of Albanv and surrounding country. UFi'TCK
at the City Drujj Store. Residence on First
'ILL PI! A( TICK, in the ilill"tvnt courts of
in m:h'. r.'.te-i:u tni'nnnn ir veil iimiu
claims entrusted t liis rju-e.
"ns mtL'-le. il.fV lnvi-sti:itio:i
jnirinr. an-i ail Prob-iie Mat
i iuik-; u:t'!v Mttended to.
t., next to "Fox ltro. n23v!)
riWKES TI1T OPPORTL'XITY TO INFORM
X his friends and the public generally, that
he is now settled in his
HEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
on the old stand next door to P.C. Harper & Co ,
where can be found as great an assortment and
as larsre a stock of
Stoves and Ranges
fin enn b foil ml in. any one liouse tliia Hide of
.TorUttml, and ftt ue
LOW A. PRICE.
Cusliroii, SImiss & 2;:nnielcd
in great varietj-. Also,
always on hand, and made to order, AT LIV
0.nl.X on jEElxaa.-
Albany, October 22, 1S7G-3v8
U.i t t t VIUKVIIIUU UVVUtf
Fall & Winter Styles.
OH HANBCOHSTANTLY EECEIY'KG
Kn I'runian'ii Xetv 'RloeU,
FI11ST STREET, AL71ASV.
A complete stock of all the
LATEST STYLES m CLOTHING
ROOTS. C MRU ELLAS, OVERSHOES. XECK-
TIES, OVERALLS, LOVES, ETC.
Zztra, Sizes cf Cloth.irg a Specialty.
SfT Orders taken for Cloth inr. Shirts, Ac.
and FIT.S WARKASTKO.
A fair share of custom respectfully solicited
I.. F.. HI.AIN.
Alliany, Oregon. November St. In7i9vu
Innmiated Feb. 4. Is7j. Capital. J20,OP0.
VMQll STOUE !
O-orncr First atid Washington streets,
Alljruay, : Oxojgfon.
S'reHit'.crst, . A. DAWSON.
uperiiiteiKient, J. BL,IiYlXS.
JAS. ;iNt;l,K, M. MIIXKR.
i. niUMAM, A. lil.KVIMS.
. (itiwrouna M. H. avilus,
N. A. IIAHMW.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Clothing;, Hardware, Croekerr,
jJroecrie, Jfarra Implements
antl Machinery, &e., &e.
Machinery Wnrehouso on 2d, between Ferry
and Washington streets. .
Also, buj- and sell on commission all kinds of
Goods. Marketable Produce, &c.
Dec 3-t, l76-14vSni6
HAVING JU8T RECEIVED A LARRE SniP
,, ,'nentof thecelebratcd new style Combined
Drill and Broadcast
STATESMAN GRAIN Mil IX,
direct from the factory, nm now offering etra
inducements to the farmers of Oretton. Most
of the best farmers iu the Slate are now usinir
Savinpr wed and an increased yield of srain
Is t he result of drill! mr.
Can lie used equally well ns a
Drill or KroaclctiKt Seeder.
The STATESMAN C.RAIN DRILL has been
greatly improved for this rear.
Warerooins at mv Blacksmith Short, cornerof
Second and Ellsworth streets, Albany, Oregon.
Marc 51. lT 51.
Joiner and. General E'iiller,
ALRANV, : j: : : OKEtiOX.
OFFICE With WJ It. Kuhn, Ferry street.
HEstriKSt'E Corner Calipooia and Sixth
streets. ? aiirC'T?
31 KS. AXXA WIIITSOX,
1.a iiaa ii ami win no constantly re
eeivinfr lim-tiiu- the (itusnn. nil lh, Ifilst 1
uonueis, tiais. ami i ne miest in .uiiiiuery. All
work llonif. and fnods sold, at tbi Itm-ixit tc
for cash. ! kinrls77
Are You CJolng to ISuild f
IF YOU ARE CiOINO TO RITILH A HOUSE,
barn or tenc. simkI in votir orders tn Scto,
meir & Dawson, Lelianou, who hav on hand
ana are sawing piinj, red, white and vtdlow lir
lumber of the very best ijuadly, which they
will sell ti low as the lowest.
SKTTLEM EIR & DAWSON.
March 1G, 187".-23va
Dr. GEO. W. GRAY,
Offico in Parrish's Brick Bloc t. corner of First
and Ferrv streets. Residence on corner of
Fifth and Ferry streets. Office honrs from B to
12 o'clock a. M., and I to 5 o'clock t. m. I4(5v7
M'CALLEY & ANDREWS,
BOOTS & SSIOES,
Vood & Willow Ware,
EiT GIVE US A CALL. g3
.MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION,
Capital. $100,000. Gold Coin Basis.
r. WAHKERTIAJi, I'rrsJslcnt.
K. ni'At KEN lit AH, Vice lrrr.
1. W. WAItf'.S IMI.D, Secretary.
VV. S LAII, Treasurer.
V. II. KiriMd:K, Attorney.
J. X. Ql.U KEXIIl SIl, Urn. Ast.
xv. r. aa
Ladies' Variety Emporium.
,KRS. M. J. HYDE
Iv.EErs uixjtastly on hand
Grrniitn Zi'pltirr, Cnnrns, Threat7. 1'ins,
A'c((7e,s, Jtnii'tnu. Jlnnl Hair HicitrJi-
cs (i)il (Juris, Hosiery, Stamped
j Goals, -c, t"C, t'c.
Also, Agent for Dr. Warner's
IletiltU C'oret !
Child's Waist !
and Madam Foye's
Corset Slcix't Supporter.
tSSr French r tamping done to order.
13155" Broadalbin St., opposite Post Ofnce..gg9v
TION & LOCKS COMPANY.
VWTRT.-TIIK FOLLOWING RATES OF
Xl Freight on grain nnd Flour have lieen es
tablished by this Company as the maximum
rates for one year from May 1st, l!77, viz:
Oregon City to Portland H
Rutteville " " 1 "5
ChamiKM'g " " HI
Dayton " " 3 00
Fairfleld " " 9 00
Wheatland " " 2 50
Lincoln " " 2 .
Salem : " " 2 50
Eola j " " 2 7'
Independence 1 " ' a .3
Anknev-s Landing " " K
Rnena Vista j " " 3 00
Spring Hill i " - " -1 !
Alliany ; "
Corvallis ' ' 3 60
Peoria " " 3 50
Monroe ! . " " 4 00
Harrisburf? " " 00
KufteneCity " f 5 00
tirain and Flour shipped from the points
above mentioned direct, to Astoria will be
charged l 00 per ton additional.
The company will contract with parlies who
desire It to transport Grain and Flour at above
rates for any specified time, not exceeding live
years. , S. G. REED.
i Vice President W.T. 4 L. Co.
Portland. April 28, 1877.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons whom
soever, not to purchase of John D. Hnrd a
certain promissory note of the amount of S77H.
59, executed December Kith. l70,and due July
1st, S77, by the undersigned to said Hurd.ns
the makers thcrpof hold vnTld ciaims and set
offs against the holder, .lohn I. Hnrd.
I ETTI.RMEIR A DAVTOX.
osdbiaxii: xo. ts.
An Ordinance to establish Fire JLiailti
in the City ot Albany.
He if ordained by the Common Council
of the City of Albany :
Section 1 . That the south lmlt of blocks
two (2). three (3). tour (4) and rive (5), and
the north half of blocks eight (8 nine (9),
ten (10; and eleven (11), of the city ot Alba
ny, according to the inaps pints' and sur
veys of said city, be mid" hereby nre declar
ed within the tire limits of said city.
Sec. 2. Ail buildings hereafter erected
within the fire limits aforesaid, shall have
their outside walls and party walls made
of hricic, stone, or oilier Incombustible
material, and such outside walls and Dartv
walls Mia 11 extend from the fotimlatioii to
to the top of and through the root of said
buildings and the roof shall be corered
with tiu or pome other' incombustible mn
terial, and the walls shall be so constructed
as to separate all woodwork, thnronghly
and completely, of the interior anrl exteri
or of said buildings from all and every Wirt
of the iuterior or exterior of any adjoining
building. The term building as used iu
this section shall not include privies.
Sec. 3. All repairs to buildings con
structed of brick, stone or other incombHst
ible material, shall be mad to conform to
this ordinance. i
Sec. 4. Xo woodefi building completed:
or in process of construction, within said
fire limits, shall ba altered, changed or
completed without; the written permission
of the Chief Kngineer ot the Fire Depart
ment, approved hy the Committee on Fire
and Water, which permission shall specify
fully the alteration or change required. and
no such permit shall be given if the pro
nosed ' chalice. S, . rr---: .-
shall make any increase in the size of said
wootlen building, or shall render the dan
ger from lire more imminent within said
lire limits. A copy of each such permit
shall be kept on file in the office of the Sec
retary of the Fire Department.
Sec. fi. No building within' said fire
limits shall be removed except to a portion
of the lot on which it may have stood to
make room for more permanent improve
ments, or to a point ouSsitle of the fire lim
it. Sec. 6. Whenever any building shall be
by any means so much injured as to be. iu
the judgment of the Chief Kngineer of the
Fire Department and the Committee on
Fire and Water, a dangerous nuisance ; or
when any wooden buil'ding within the fie
limits shall, in the judgment of the Chief
Kngineer of the Fire lepartmeiit and the
Committee on Fire and Water, be damaged
by fire to the extent of one-half or more of
its actual value, the Chief Engineer shall
immediately cause Ut be served upon the
owner or person having control, a notice
requiring such irson to remove the same
forthwith, and the person receiving such
notice shall, within ten days after receiv
ing the same, comply with the requirements
Sec. 7. Any person or persons violating
any ot the provisions of this ordinance shall
lie deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
on conviction thereed before the City lie
corder shall be punished by a fine not less
than ten nor more than oiie hundred dol
lars, and in default of payment ot such line,
shall be imprisoned in the city prison not
less than live nor more than thirty days ;
and each day ol maintaining or continuing
such aforesaid violation, shall be .deemed a
new oHi'iice and punished accordingly.
Sec. S. The Chief Kngineer of the Fire
Department, the Assistant Kngineer, Sec
retary of the Fire Department, and the
Committee on Fire and Water, are requir
ed to see that the provisions ot tills ordin
ance are enforced, and to make complaint
in the Recorder's Court for violations
Passed the Council .Inly 25th, 1S77.
-Approved July 25. 1877.
K. H. MONT AN YE,
K. II. Montanye, City Recorder.
The Goi.Dr.MiTH Kange Sold l3' John
Brlgg. is the most economical, heats up
the room less and is the coital at least of
any Other stove or range 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
Mesdames Allison & Arnold Have
taken the new building on First street next
to J. II. Burkbart's real estate office, where
they can be found by their lady friends,
prepared to do all kinds of dressmaktng.
cutting and fitting, etc., on short notice.
Patterns fttrnished at short notice. All
work done at reasonable rites and in the
best manner. Ladies, call and see n.
. Re-opened New Stock. Ed. Banm
has reopened the Lectieonian cigar stand,
adding a stock of school books, stationery
and notions. He will keep an immense
stock Of the finest cigars and tobaccos. He
invites all to call and examine his goads,
when they will be well treated and given
the best ot bargains. v9n35
Cunningham & Co.. on corner of Broad
albin and First streets, keep on hand tdl
kinds of agricultural Implements and ma
chines, such as headers, reapers and mow
ers, threshers, plows, hay rakes, etc., etc..
as well as hacks and wagons of the best
makes and styles, all or any of which will
be sold at the lowest cash rates. Mr. E.
Buchanan, Manager of the business for
Messrs. T. & Co. in this city, is one of
thcest boys in the business, and the more
you trade with him the better you'll like
him. Call and see for yourself", when yon
want anything in the agricultural line.
Picnic and Campmeetinc!. The pleas
ure and profit of these institutions are very
much enhanced by a proper regard to the
appearance of the outer person. Ladies
and gentlemen, boys, girls and babies, can
all secure a becoming toilet, and thus '"get
a lift'' towards a higher and lietter life, by
paying a timely visit to the ready-pay store
of Wheeler, at Shcdd, where the best goods
in all lines are sold at the lowest prices.
He has a new and full stock expressly tor
A range that meets every requirement
and satisfies every demand made upon it
he Richmond Range. It has no equal
among stoves or ranges. The only place
to'grt one iz t W. IT. McFarland'f, next
to th ftank. ' j '
Go Slow. ,
The times are hard the people enj?,'
And all our office hacks, .
From statesmen down to chimney sweeps
Have turned financial quacks ; (
They'd dose the nation's stomach with'
Decoctions of their squills ;
But a little sure prevention is
The best cure of our ills.
So, when progress! on?s wheels grow wcaW
O drive the wagon slow ;
Buy nothing that you do not need,"
And- pay as you go".
Go slow, go slow."
And pay as you go. -
, Fine Wheat. Saturday Messrs. Blain,"
Sox et Co.. at Mammoth, warehouse, re
ceived their first wheat, some 375 bushels
It Is a splendid lot ol fall wheat, and came
from the farm of that excellent farmery
Mr. John Geiscndorter, who lives four or
five mile? east ot this eitj;.
. Broke Jail. Sunday morning after the .
jailor had let Wyman and Dixie out ot 1
their cells iuto the hall of the county jail,,"
giving them their breakfast, he returned
up stairs to procure some coffee. Durlngf
his absence Wyman made a ladder of
Dixie, climbing upon his shoulders, reach
ed the old hole, through which lie crawled
and made his escape from the jail.' Dixie
objected to aiding Wyman in his escape
but the latter threatened that if he didn't
iitfViiiut Ta?;k mm nd thus intimidat
ed ho reluctantly lent his aitC "Depvtifcx
Sheriff Humphrey came back, and learn-'
ing of Wyman 'a escape, immediately pur
sued him, but as Wyman' was two block?"
ahead he succeeded in reaching the brush'
on the Calipooia and made good his es
cape. Now tli.it the hot season Is upon us itbeV
hooves all citizens to disinfect all cesspools
that require it, and all places where decom
position is going on and from odors whieb"'
arise that are offensive or prejudicial to the
health. The following cheap mixture.
which can be had of any drugget' for nine
ty cents, is effectual and will last for tttie
season : t ive pounds copperas :' one and a -
half pounds carbolic acid ; five gallons ot
water. Apply one quart to a cesspool once?
There were two of them hanging on tl"
front gate the other night. . She .was stand-'
ing within the yard and he on the sidewalk,
outside, both leaning on the top rail, and
apparently as happy as two pigs In a corn-'
field. He. was saying: 'Now, my owrt
little darling, sweet idol of my soul, whose"
image is ever on my lieart," when lie. saw
the old man coming down the front wallct",
and continued in a different strain,' "The,
potato bugs haven't destroved our crops so
much since we purchased Pans green, niid
you will find tint cabbages can be raUedT
lietter on a richer soil." The old man
heard it. and turned back saying, as he en
tered the house : "Tliese young people
take more interest in agricultural affairs
than people generally suppose."
New Patents. Through Dewey & Co.,"
Patent Agents, San Francisco, we receive
the following list ot TJ. S. patents, granted
to Pacific Coast inventors, viz : Thomas
A. Cochrane, S. F-, ore stamps : Mathew
Palen and Daniel Sexton, S. F aquariumsf
John A. Woodward, S. P., coal elevators;"
John A. Woodward, 5. P., grain elevators ;
William G. Alexander. Winnemncca,
New, windmills; "Lewis Cutting, S. F.,
soldering tools ; Andrew J. Stevens, Sacra-'
mento, Cal., (reissue), piston parking; .
Ernest It. Li Mentha!, S. P., (design), liquor
flasks; Thomas II. Day. S. F., improve-'"
ment in gripping devices for rope tram-"
ways; Floyd Heavener, Laramie City,
Wyf.,improvement in a car coupling; Jas.
P.'Preston, Gold Run, Cal., windmills ;
William B. Morris. Collinsville, Cal., mill
picks ; Almarin B. Paul, S. P., pan amal
gamators; Henry M. Stow, S. P., wood
pavements Almarin B. Panl. S. P., (re
issue), self-discharging pulverizing barrel
for ore; Haas Brothers, S. P. and N.
(trademarks), N. Y. refined petroleum,
teas and yeast powder; Well man", Peck &
Co., S. F., (trademark), oils.
Magnolia Mills just sets off the foot of
tbelr Worka ye slinll Itnow
The Irishman w-ho thought the druggist'
stingy because the emetic was so small, ia
only surpassed in his parsimonious drollery'
by those w1k persistently adhere to the usv
ot those nauseating, disgustingly large and"'
drastic pills, while Itr. Pierced Pleasant
Pvrgatire Pellets, which are sugar-coated,
and little larger than mustard seeds, will,
by their steady and gentle action on the liv
er, correct all torpidity, thus permanently
overcoming constipation. In South AmerW
cu they have almost entirely suspended all -other
pills, and are relied on fully by Uie
jieople, and often used as a preventitlve of
the various affections of tlie stomach, liver,
and bowels so prevalent in tliat climate.
Pierce 'a Pocket Memorandum Books are
given away at drug-stores.
Smyrna. Aroostook Co.. Maine, Xov. C
1876. R. V. Pierce, M. D. : . Dear Sir
I write to inform you that I have nsed your
Pellets for some time, and find them to be
the best medicine that I ever used. I have
also used your Favorite Prescription in mv
family with entire satisfaction. I have'
seen your People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser and I think it is the best thing that
1 have ever seen. Yours truly.
For Sale. One hundred acres of land
on the Siintiam river one mile north of'
Waterloo, Linn county, Oregon, for six
dollars per acre. Twenty acres of the'
land under fence, and has been in cultivff;
tlon. Title good. Enquire of J. JU. -Marks,
Lebanon, Linn county, Oregon.-
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Bolts, Oils, ETC-Gradwohl has recei v
ed a large lot of carriage bolts ; also, a fine '
lot of machine oH, castor oil, lard'and China"
nut oil?. You' wilLdo well to examine
goods and prices before purchasing else
where. Also, the best San Juan 3inw and"
rilss'jev rf piris, ' i'Hf'