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Specific Remedy for all ua
teMtt niifl iflfgs.
tor Debility, Loss of Memory .Indispo
sition to Exertion or Rusjues. Shortness
bt Breath, Tfoi'ibled vitii-Thonght-Bf DU-
Dimr.ess ot Vis:rin Pain in.tKe Back,"
Chest and Head. Rush of Blood to the
Hed. Pale Countenape atidfIJry Ski.
if these symptoms are allowed to go on.
Tory frequently Kpileptic Kits ami Con-
tuiDtion VVJlow. When the constitution
netiic alt?teVil requires the aid of an
Iniigorafjnjr, nietlicine to strengthen and
i 1 i. . ,
tone np the sysictri'. rvhicli
H ELM OLD'S. BUCHU
- , I IVneqtinlcd
j iri remc i'on. It is preTibed
py ine, tost ruintcuv f iiyecians an over
t,M wcrld. In
(t r' f-i - Aches & rains,
QMirral jf? biuty;
-. JEpilepsy, .
: ilmd I roubles,
" general ill healtli,
Spinal fii?cases 7
. Catarrh, .,..r
Feiiiafe Complaints, &c.
, Ileartache, Pain in the ShonlJr,Congh,
Diuines Sour Sromacli, Krtiptions, Bad
Taste in the Montli, Palpitation of the
Usart. Pain in the region of the Kldhe
Uhd thotisaud other jxaiiifiil iyibptoinS,
pre uie OKspniigs 01 .uyspepsia. ', . 4 -j
HELTlKOt DM 11 U C H V
t- - . - - - - - .-
j Invlsorateo the Stomach,
.nd stimulates tlie torpid Xlver, Bowels
4 Kidneys, to healthy action, in clean
iRthe blood of all impurities, and impart
&new life and vigor to the whole system
A tingle tfrial wty be quite sufflcicnt to
"t? tifi not ftt&iting of Us Valpi '6lS
Viafoua'fties.'. - V. - i. .
FlICEj $1 PEU BOttLE,
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uvered to any address free trom obser-
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tlenUM may consult by letter, recelr
a me; attention as by callinj;., i
nt PhyVlclaes Ajshd tp Torres
All letters should be Mttdressed
- Zri xist asi CTSwsaist,
The Cr5ti Carriage Manufacturing House of the
EMERSON, FISHER & CO
Best Material. Good WorkmaiMhln,' Handsome Styles. Strong
and Durable Vehicles
y Exnno!i. i-Mnr.R
. Avr OF THE AMERICAS tOSTIXEST.
They itve uafatltnr ti-reton
nthllrrtu nil ratrta of t hecoimtry
- AH their work
the Country of purport similar to tl:
flic subject to inspection
Mrr. KMrKsos. riHirR Co.:
1 have nwl one of vourTon Oneirics three
stable, and they have given me perfect satisfaction
Umn. dinwr t .Iiiiikh x r
r-ar Sirs I have been nslnz tbe Emers'on
suppose, as nnv one ennld. I had fnst horse, diwc him at fall speed, fomntlines with two la
dies and ni vself in the lnnre-v. and it is t-dnv worth all the money I paid for it. I say the Em
erson A Fisher Busies will'do.
The favorable remit at Ion the Carriages have
several years lv Livervmcn. I'riysieiiins.nml others requiring hard and constant nc. lias leu to
an increased demand from those localities, to meet which the mannfacturinr facilities of their
mammoth establishment bave laen extended,
360 CARRIAGES A WEEK.
emersoh, fisher & coh
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS5
CALIFOSITIA CHACSSP.S, CA2TDIZS, ITUTS;
In fart the largest, best Assorted and most Varied Stock of
TSltOCERIES in the tetfnntry.
Za Fireproof ric2?,' fifs
ALBANY MARBLE WORKS.
" EXECUTED if- ' ;' :.
Albany,' t : ? Oregon.
Also, every variety Of
wnfir nAnj, wun nwftinRmt
tit lent Ion given o orders from any part or ino
l-ituto nml WaxMnsrton Tcnltory, by imiil oroth-'
Icrwisn. and Droaiotly
Order your "work done ivith C. T. Raynolds
& ?tfs StLfa Vernislies andSiiTrfirie eosel?
.Colors. TKese Vamislies. and Colorj &T0f irt
Use ln'.tftt'tiCe principal Coach, and Cilr tiops
ronghout the United States GgiQ. ' $0 Svery
vVhere recognized as the "best for all Pine Work,
t-rsd expressly for this market, ta suit ths pecdbltl
In Every Respect.
& c-. ake sow is ran w eteit
-Thev linve nwcired testimo-
tic loiiov. li k, nuDuruus ox wmcn are i
OaUva. Ills.. Jnlv 16. lf79.,
vcars. und three of them two yenrs in my liver
and are in eonstant use. Oscar Smallet.
NEvnMRTt.. C.. JulV 17. 1879.
Fisher Bn?cry I bowtht from yon as roughly.I
A. M. Tkauvk, Farmer.
maiic4n kicallttes where they have been nod for
enabling 1 lie m now to turn out in gouu bijk:.
carriages are the mr.
Street, Allas Oregon
cemetery and other stof
miu uihjbivii. dijw
torwarded. , All work war-
sre new tr.
ALBANY FfelbAY, MAUCH 5, 1880.
Llaa ('onii tj Repabllean Convention.
At a meeting of the Republican Central
(Committee of Linn county.held at Albany,
Fcburnry 23th, it was ordered that a Re
publican County Convention be called to
meet at the Court House in Albany, on
Wedftesdayv fclarch 31st, 1880, at 10 A. M.,
for the purpqse of selecting 11 delegates to
the State Convention to be held at Port
land, April 21st, 18S0, nominating candi
dates ior county offlcer.4, and the transac
tion of such other buslnes.as the aaid
Count v Convention may , deeni net-essary.
It is recpnunencled that the several pre
chict incetiiigH.bb held on Saturday, March
27ih, 1830, at 2 F. M., for khe purpose of
clecfing delegates to attend the Conilty
Convention. The several precincts will be
entitled to delegates as follows t
East Albany 7
West Allwny 6
Hi mli Creek t
Franklin Butte 1
Fox VJUley ...-1
1U ...... ay..
Sweet Home 1
..4 1 Waterloo S
W. M. KETCHUM.i
X. Baum, See.
Rumorefl Iinpravementa. .
.. 'Rnmor on the ftreets Wednesday to the
effect tiiut Mr-.Thotnas Alonteith intended
erecting a two-story; brick on the corner
of Fir? t nml Broad ilbln streets nest month ;
said bntkUitg Ao. .be 50x100 feet, two hand
some Btoreroori.s on the filst ioor, the
corner room to be used by tha new Sfcoteh
Bank, the inside by Kline & Co., while
the upper story was to be fashioned into a
grand Opera House ati.d oyer this news
the city lelt good enough'. An interview
yesterday morning with, Mr. Mouteith dis
clnct1 the fact that lie had ordered all the
wooden tenements removetl from tlie lot,
and tlrnt he might build therein this sea
son and he might not lie had not fully
determined as yet. And this is all there
Is in ttic rumor.
Under date of March 3d, our correspond
ent writes .
Weather Very stormy lor the last three
days raini wind and snow. Snow two
Inches debpl All larni work has stopped
for the present.
Oiir annual school electi'in. passed off
qnletly. Mr. Ill-nry Settleri.eir was elect
ed a director, and Mr. A. Blevliis was
elected District Clerk. Good enough.
There is n good deal ot Sickness in this
vicinity at present. Mrs. H. McClun
has been very sick for some time, w
Tery. little hopes of recovery!
... flK Jolin Liiper has been quite sick for
the la-it five or six weeks with t$phoid
pneumonia, but is slowly recovering.
i Banner Lodge No. 23, ol Jacksonville,
Instituted by T. B. Odeneal, D.G.M.W.,
February 17th, with thirty charter mem
bers and tlie following officers: P.M.W.,
Thomas G. Rcnmes ; M W., H. K. Han-
oa ; O.F., Win. .1. Plyniale ; O., Thomas
B. Kent ; G-i E. B. Watson ; R.. Frank
Krause ; F., Charles Xickell ; R., K.sper
Kubli; I.W.i Solomon Wise; O.W..
Fred Luy ; Ti-iistee, James Wilson, New.
man Fisher and Fred Grobc ; Medical Ex
aminer, Dr. Geo. II. Aiken.
Home Lodge No. 2-1. of Oakland, was
organized February SGtli by T. B. Odeneal.
D.G.M VT w'iit tiio following officers:
P.M.W.. Geo. T. Russell ; M.W., Jas.
Dearling; F, E. J. Page; O., Alex. Gib
son ; G., WVT. Fisher.; R., Eugene Mul
ler ; F.. W.. it. Mdpre ; it.; W. II. Krnse;
I.W., E. Hartsock ; O.W.: T. W. Winnl
fbrtl ; Medical Examiner, Dr. E. J. Page.
V. . P. ', A.
Tlie annual business meeting nt ths
Ifoiuig People's Christian Association will
be held next Monday evening, for the
election of officers, and siich other biisluess
as mav come before the Association.
. X Gospel Temperance meeting wili be
iield next Sunday at 4 o'clock. Text
t Ou Wednsday evening the services will
Kt. ui. ti.i. T)bnl.r.Li.lon r'l......l.
VUIlUifOtCU WJ bills A It.-l.J ...ti'tll VIKUV II.
. Uncalled for and remaining Jn tlie Post
office in H is city for the week ending Mar.
tii. issu x .,. ?
Boyd,, jfnlcoitt Miller. S or F
Cox. AW Moore, W M
Clark. MA Myers, Mrs Maggie
P::vi.s. C A Reese, Joseph
Herreu, Wm s Recti,. Uonoven
P. il. RAYMOND, P. M.
Wo nave received the first issue of the
Jieriexr, published at- Harrisburg in this
county, by J. SI. Allison. .U.Is a neat
seven column weekly, filled with local and
general news, and under Joe's manager
rrient we hope will prove a success. The
subscription price is $2 per annum.
Be.v. J. T. Wolfe wld preach In the M.
E: ebtirch next Suuday,morn:ngand even
Ing. "Cards, cliess and billiards" will be
the theme In tlie evening. - The public Is
1 ' " ' We Cnu't Talk
Without showing tlie condition of our te&h.
Every laugh exposes them. In ordfjiot
to be ashamed of Uiem let us use tliat stan
dard dentifrice. SOZODONT, which Is
sure to keep them white aud spotless
No tartar can ncnlst them, .:n9 canker
affect the enamel, no species of decay Infest
tlie dental bone, if SOZODONTJs regular
ly used- It Is a botanical preparation, aim
its beneficial effects on the. teeth and gums
are marvelous, as It removes all discolora
tion, aud renders tbe gums bard and rosy.
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i Tlie Prefebytery of Oregon will meet in
Albany on the 16U inst. .
School Meeting. '
Taw 'annual school meeting was held In
the "Court House on Monday night. The
report of the Directors for the year 1879
was read and placet! on Hie. A motion to
authorize the Directors to levy a tax of 2)
mills to maintain free schools for the year
bronght on a fierce debate. In which a
number participated. The Chair ruled
the niotion out of order, on the ground
that t ie Directors had no right to levy a
tax. A motion was tlien made that a tax
of two mills be levied In the district (5) for
tlie purpose of maintaining free schools
tor the usual time, and tliat none but the
common English branches be taught In the
schools. After some discussion, attempted
amendments, etc., a motion was entertain
ed and carried that each voter come for
ward and have vote recorded by the clerks
Judge Flinn having been appointed to as
sist Mr. J. II. Burkhart, the School Clerk,
in registering the names. The result
showed 97 tor the tax to 50 against, so we
are to have free schools the coining year.
Messrs. Bilyeu, John Connor and L. C.
Rice, were the Directors for last year. Mr.
Rice's term of office expires with the meet
ing, and an election will be held at Central
school hoibe on Monday afternoon for a
Director to serve three years, and a Clerk
to serve one year.
itEroirr of scuool directors ; r
Following is the report of Directors of
School District No. 5 for the past year :
MONIES RECEIVED .
Cnllpcled as taxes..
All other sources ..
. 159 98
PAID OX'T :
To teachers. Cue prior to March 1, 1879.4 651 SI
To teachers sinus March, 17 2,249 16
Other bill as Vict Clerk's rcixrt on file. 415 49
... 15 67
Balance on hand.
The estimate for the coming year to
March 1, 1SS1, provided a school Is taught
nine months and a tax levied, !!! approx
imate as follows :
PreenHatib5(Iness to teachers.... ,. 615 69
Fortune niontns at mo per monmior
Wood i,.. U
Two stores and putting np
Total $3,845 C
To meet the above, say we receive pub
lic money $1,800, that will leaves deficien
cy off 2, 04o t9 to be provided for by tax,
and winch will probably require an as
sessment on the taxable property ot this
district of some two and a half mills.
The Directors are cf the opinion, under
tlie pressure of the times, that the district
caii pas? imntjier yeai with tlie present
biiildhigsl All ol which is respectfully
siibmhted. .1. Conner,
L. C. Rice, .
i i V School Directors
eciiooi. clekk's BErcnr :
Total cash received for the year end-
in March 1.1S80 .
fHsh paid teachers
Ciish imld for wood
Cas paid for repairs
Clerk '5 pei-ci-nt. for collecting
Other incidental expenses
.. ,!10 50
.. 175 00
.. 117 7
. .3,32 99
Balance iu hands of Clerk
Following amounts are due :
E. F. Sox. principal teacher..
Mrs. K. F. Sox, assistant teacher..
.. 100 00
Mrs. M. Gaston, assistant encher - 50 no
J.. N. Liirirett. assistant teacher..
Miss Alexander, assistant teacher,..
Miss li. Miller, assistant teacher.....
Mrs. E;rrert, assistant teacher.
Foshny A Mason, nicdse
McFarland & Harvey, nicdse
. 150 00
. 100 00
. 26 66
. 17 78
. 31 25
Total Indebtedness March 1,1880.
Of the amount paid teachers, $6G1 34
was paid for services before March 1st,
1370, being on last school year.
II. Bcrkjiart, Clerk.
The work of clearing the channel in the
Upper Willamette, Under the direction' of
Engineer A. Habersham, is completed .
Tlie government snag-boat has been under
going repairs, and could not be utilized, so
tlie A. A. McCully was brought into requi
sition; 110 to 150 trees which had been
blown tlowii between Fairfield and Peoria
by the storm of the 0th li t., and all snags
which were serious obstructions to naviga
tion were removetl, and there is now a
clear channel to Peoria. The worst place
Vns at Lone Tree bar where SO trees had
Albany and Lebanon Railroad.
. Articles of incorporation have been filed
by Messrs. . J. N. Dolph, J. Brandt, jr..
and Paul Schulze, of Portland, incorporat
ing the Albany fc Lebanon Railroad Com
pany, the object being to construct and
maintain a railroad and telegraph line
from this city to Lebanon,, a distance of
say fifteen miles. Tlie cr pital stock is
fixed at $200. 000, divided into 2,000 shares.
Work will be commenced, we are led to
believe, just as soon as the weather will
permit, aud as ttie distance is short and
tlie Iron on the way, onr Lebanon people
will not have long to wait for a railroad
ride. - ;
A grand entertainment was given by the
scholars ot district No. 17, at the Burkhart
School-house, on Thursdav evening, 26th,
1S30, under -the ninnjigcmsl't of Messrs.
W. S. Wallace and II. C. Uardman, which
proved to be a grand success, considering
the bad condition of the roads. There was.
h, good attendance, .ll of wliom eujayed
tle most pleasant evening of .their Uvea.
'he entertainment lasted about four hours.
Mh'sic furnished by Miss Flora Smith.
Thus far the young people of tills part are
champions iu tlie way of giving good en
tertainments. Observer. -
Baptist. Social. . -
,Jf The, t regular monthly social 0J the Bap
tist. Church wfll be held at the pastor's
residence, next, Friday evening, March
5th, 1880, .at 7 o'6ock p. yf. All are invit
ed.' Tlie usual refreshments will 'be served.
Don't Stop that Conch .:
.Too suddenly by taking some mixture con
taining Morphine, Better: far let Nature
Uke its course, gently assisted by., that
pleasant and reliable remedy, Dr. Young's
Yankee Cough Syrup.
Republican Central ComnilUe.
The Republican Central Cbmmitteo r,r
Linn county met at the Opera House at 2
r. M. on Saturday, February 28th. Tlie
members of the Ccmmlttee present wera
J. B. McCoy. Frank Woods. Tu-
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H. C. Powell and N, Baura proxy for Jos
Pearl. The committee was called to iw
by D. Froman, when "W. M. Ketchum was
elected Chairinan.and N. Baum Secretary.
On Diction it was ordered that tlie Coun
ty Convention be called to meet in tlrfs
city on Wednesday, March 31st, 18S0, for
Jhe purpose ot selecting eleven delegates
to the Mate ion vent ion, aim to place in
nomination candidates for the several
county officef", and to transact any other
business that may come before the Con
It was ordered that the precinct meetings
be held on Saturday, March, 27th, at 2
p. M. ot that day.
An apportionment ot the delegates to
the Comity Convention was made on the
basis bf one vote for every 25 votes, and
one for every 15 votes and over cast for
Secretary of State at the last general elec
tion. I .
The Ctfrn(tfl tor ltvit, publish-kl bv
the A. Roman Publishing Co., of San Fran
cisco, lias been received, and is sparkling
with irood thinsrs. ft crows better and
better, and should have, and doubtless will
secure, an immense circulation. "Sand,"
by J. W. Gaily, grows more and hiore in
teresting. A paper on "Our Relations
with Mexico." by Henry S. Brooks, is well
written, and will attract general attention.
Tlie articles on -'Sliepherds and sheep-herd
ing," by Robert Duncan Milne, and "Cer
tain Phases of the Chinese Question," by
John F. Miller, will be read jwith general
interest. The magazine, however, is cram
med with good tilings, and will not only
attract the general reader but thinkers as
well all over the country.
School for near Mnsca.
The Oregon School for Deaf Mutes will
open at Salem on March 31st, 1830, with
Rev. P. S. Knisiht, principal ; Mrs. R. Mc-
Cullough, matron ; Wm. S. Smith and
Mr. iKnight, assistant teachers. The aim
wii! b to surround the pupils with the
comforts of a well regulated home, and to
suppply them with the best instruction
possible. Those wishing to secure the
admission of pupils at State charge should
send written applications, stating reasons,
before March 30th, if possible. Tupils
should be furnished with clo'hing and bed
ding, as heretofore. Both boys and girls
will be required to lielp in the light work
of the institution, under direction ot the
The managers of the exhibition held at
tbc.:Ihirkhart School-house, February 26th,
respectfully tender their thanks to Miss
Flora Smith, who kindly furnished us with
muic and the use of lier Organ', gratuit
ously, on that occasion. In behalf of tlie
managers. II. C: Hai;ijian.
J. J. Charlton made, us a short call
on Tuesday. He ha hot withdrawn as a
Republican candidate tot Sheriff of Linn
county, and his iy.etids will present his
name to the Republican County Convent
IHooIt & Ladder Co.
Rescue itaot: & Ladder Co., -meets this
evening. The adoption of" by-laws,
other important business on hand.
Dr. U. W. Urny.
Dentist, Albany, Oregon. Office iu Fos
ter's brick block, np stairs, at large bay
window. Prices In proportion to time and
material consumed. 11-34
nr. It. -R. rREELAan has located In
Albany Tor the practice of Dentistry.
All work warranted, flice In farrlsli
block, cornvr First and Ferry sts. fcbl
As March.; came in like a lion It will
probably go cut .like a lamb.
Tliroi:gh.j the completion of the west
side road'tb Corvallis, Albany lias lost traie
from Benton county. The erection of a
bridge across tlie Willamette at this city
would more than get it-back.
Linn Engine Co. No. 2 recommended
the purchase of a lot on the cast side of
Lyon, "betweeii First and Second streets.
on which to erect an engine house for tlie
Bart. Allen, of Halsey, was in the city
At the Blue Ribbon Ciiib Friday night
a first rate programme was. offered. A
good attendance is a I ways -secured at these
- The revival meetings at the Evangelical
Church still continue nightly, with excel
Rev. Mr. Stevens has purchased a place
at Yaqulna Bay, where be proposes to
remove as soon as tlie weather aud roads
will permit. . :
See notices of Jason Wheeler, adminis
trator of the estate ot A. Carotbers & Co..
A. Carothers being deceased, in this issue.
A light rain Tuesday night with fall of
snow Wednesday morning. Much of this
kind of weather and the Spring freshet
will De Immense.
Emerson, Fisher & Co., ot Cincinnati,
unia. nave secured a high reputation as
caThge4 builders. Having an immense
establishment tliey turn out a very larae
ramounc oi work. See ad. elsewhere
Anyone knowing the wJjeTeabouts of one
rwot.l T . T I. . 15
"f . ..r-vjr . juatwui -corner a ravor by
writing iiisniothor, MrsEWxaJjetdLee,
voiona, Mfuiea county. Michigan"
W. B. Calfter, State Printer find editor
of the Cormiis Gazette, is at Ijjs Angeles,
iallfornia, and writes ; that bis, Health is
not Improved, but Is still as poor as when
he left home. - rt ,-i
W. C Gr is wold is ouce.aioroJree. uav-
ing been dlscliargcd from custody by Judge
ueauy on uoiiday. . : .
Dr. D. St. Jones' Slid wtfe, in tbia front .
of the week,' left tis for Eastern Oregon,
where tlie Dr.. goes to look alter his large
sheep InterestvlotJiftt section. ;;i , i '
Delicious canned iaches, and' other
fruits, selling at old prices, at Haffeuden
Mr. Payne and wife, of Seattle, arrived
in this city, their old home, on Tnestlay.
Mrs. Mary Craw lord, who died In Seattle,
W. T-, on Friday, was brought to this
city for interment on Tuesday. Funeral
trom the M. E. Church, of which Church
deceased had long been a worthy member,
on Tuesday. Another victim ot eonsunitt
lion. Deceased leaves ft husband and little
Piles of canned tomatoes, to lw snld at
It is rumored that some or our citizens,
who own bands of stock in Eastern Ore
gon, are big losers, caused by the rouah
Dr. Boughton. Perry Raymond.' Judge.
Weatherford and others who went to East
ern Oregon a week or two sine In search
of land, returned the latter part of last
week. They Invested in lamj. about sixty
miles above tlie Dalies and about ien miles,
back from the river, and they think they
have a good thing, and advices others who
are prepared to do so tositnilarly Invest.
Staple groceries can, be bought at Haff
endeu Brothers at tlie lowest figures at
which they can be honestly sold, and all.
goods are of the best quality.
Banner Lodge No. 23, A.O.U.W., Jack
sonville, is composed of the wealthiest and
most influential men in that city, and they
propose to increase the membership to
one hundred right away off. Success, Ban
ner. . In tlie case of StinsoivvJ. M. V. Brown,
verdict for plaintiff for $3,775.
Choiee Oregon hnms,side meat.shoulders,
lard, in cans or in bulk, at Haffenden's.
The wool clip .in tlie vicinity of Hepp.
ncr for the coming year, at present prices,
is figured at $300,000.
Spriug, vernal spring.
T. B. Odeneal, Esq., lias retnrned from
his trip to Southern Oregon somewhat tbe
worse for the wear and tear. The staging
is nearly lightning about now.
Purest spices hi the market at Haffen
den's. We are told there is not a crimiiuil "ease
. on the docket for the March- term-.: s ,
County Court in session during
week. , ;i ' '
City Council next Tuesday nighl. '
Daughters of Rebckah this-evenlng.
Tlie A.O tr.V.i js growing rapidly.
is a good institution!
Circuit Court next Monday.
Mrs. Philips, of Benton county, Injured
her spine by a fail during the week, and is
confined to her room.
The remains ofCnpt. Matthews, were
burled In Masonic Cemetery 'on Thursday
afiernoon, by the Masonic frnternlty, ot
which he had long been a member. ' '
Mr. Bruslr Is the busiest man in tbe city,
having orders for wire cloth that will take
hi in days to fill. The Bee-Hive Wire
Works used up nearly eight thousand'
pounds of wire, in the production of cloth,
We, -understand that an autopsy of the
body of Cnpt. Matthews was made yester
day by the physicians. We did not learn
the result., ' .
Some Chicago girls have established a
football club and they enter heart and sole
into tlie sport. .
There was a young damsel. oli.bless her !
It cost yery little to dress her ;
She was sweet as a rose
In her every-day clothes,
But had no young man to caress her
Because, yon sec, she had given the mit
ten to the only fellow in the neighborhood,
aud the amount ot sweetness she was there
fore obliged to waste 'npon the desert air
Was simply enough to distress her.
Any body can travel iroin Boston to New
York by telephone wbo will go on the
A man can smile and.smUe agalnien
he ought to stop if he wants to go homo
sober. - '".' ' f
It is only tlie female sex who can 'rip;-'
darn and tear without being considered
When the deacon of a church hands round
a silver contribution -dish, they do not ex
pect it to come back nickel-plated.
Stealing a ten dollar horsb-enst'a Colora-i
In man k.ia lift, otttiniiivtt Yin l.-il Knnn frU;n,l
acquitted five different times for murder.'
The Boston Herald heads an article on
the American navy with the sad and truth-,
ful line "Onr Tubs of War."
Tlie overland railroad companies aio"
interposing oumuicicb io an nitemptu tJOrj
gresstonal action ou the subject of an inter
J- of Ohio, has brought np.-ii bis house, edu-
tames ursnu a weaiuiv-ciinaiess citizen
caieu, anu sei up in Business nneen orphan
A Chicago belle while traveling ttiroiigh
a.-.v.v. ii.u.tu, ui iivi T.i i uub ui iinj win
dow to hear the distant roar ot the ocean.
land all the fowls in the state went to roost
It is rumored that a French banker has
pnrcliased the republic of Venezuela. If
he is a deserviuz. -end'-honorable - c-entta-
is to oe nopea mat, ne didn't pay
much tor it.
The pearl sloop and all bands are report
ed lost off Cape Hatteras.
Tlie places ol strikers in the Cairo coal
mines are to be replaced by negroes. .
Febrnary 25th, 1880, at the residence oi
Mr. Wm. Davis, by Rev. T. J. Wi:son,
Mr. R. F. : Armstrong and Miss Annio
Wlndom all of Linn county, Oregon.
Marcff &l, f880, In this city, to' the wift
of Ut. John Foshay, a daugliter.
: -k4' v. i -uu' r :
In this city. Ma rch 3d, ISSQ, Capt. Mat
thews, aged 49, of consumption.
Deceased -was to oM resident ot ' this
wunty,- highly respected, and leaves a wife;
seven children, and a large circle of friends
and acquaintances to mourn Lis loss.
At Malhenr Azency. WW0"?, re wit
tent fever. Feb. i 6th, Mr K. J
kkt. daughter of-John Nye, aged Jf years
aud three mouths. r k ,