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ALBA!Y MARBLE WORKS.
:!bnuy, : :
Also, every variety of
work done wii h nentncfS
attention iri cn to orders iroin any purl of w
State and Washington Territory, liv uniil oroth-
lerwtse, and promptly forwarded. All work nr-
TVKKS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO ISFtiRM
bis friends and the public Kaiera!l , that
la now settled in Ilia
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
OTTrTrP-Ul i-taud next door to I. C. Harrier Co .
where ran be fou I as rout an assortment and
us iartro "lock of
Stores and Ranges'
44(n liefoitn l In any one hou-
.-"(inland, an J ai a-s
fustlron, Bnwa& tiiauii'led
in jjruu lariuty. Alw,
!,.. rn hand, and nl.l lo to vrdur, Al LI
1 1'iany. Oi-to!)er il. 187V5v8
First stret, 3 doors west. of Ferry,
IT tVIS.l niirhn-",, ! itie. t'ltv Miir'sSHt. T
ke: consian' !v on !u:i l a!l kindsot ! a-s
.ihA rurv lh! to o'::i:ni? l in til.- Mlur!:!'
I will strive ai all limes : in!0 in wi-H"- oi
all who n:iv favor in' with tht ir p.r p
Tho iraHif .'en ally aru invnod o at
iltnn wht?n la want of meat-, i u.-
-aslt nriw iti i for POUIv
can iiirnii Hn nrP H i
MLIH. O. L. PARKS.
HAVIXfJ PL-ItCHASS-D THE MU.MSK1.V
Rroia latolv ovn-d nv Mrs. f. f. Ifcn i- an 1 i
huvinK jn.t ad Wd tlieif.oa new invuiccos laic
C3i5ica Ifftiliaszy, r-rimraiss,
Ilonneis, Hats. c. fa!'3 p';aarc i'ti InviMn.r
tholalicsof Albany and vtriniiy to uil! d
Inspect for lliomst-lves. AM siw ls will la- sol I
at nris that dfy oomnetiiion.
Itavinx secured I lie survits of a first class
I )ro!siiifi 1cm- Z
I urn nremrol to mi, fir. and iwiko drns-s in
Hiv svla dosired, at .sliorr n:i.3 and in a ai i-
..j!"'i!iVn i i';o:hf:i r for i-hi! i'-'ii i - 'y
Viii.-O'i mir'li -1 l- i;lT-r f as: .. K.:svfrl ii
?t.-CAi. Von ar invi'.e'l 'O'-al!.
MilS. O. l'AKKS.
Cstxer 3?irst ar.i EUsTrortli sts.f
Has asrain taken charge of tlio
City Drug Gtcre,
having purchased th entire intnst of W
fe'naw, successor to A Carotliers & t-'o., aim is
now rceiv in a
Splendid Ncy Stoolr,
wbleh. added t. the rorraer, roilcrs it verj
complete in all the different departmi:nl.
Feeling assure i that all isia las suiied in both
Quality and Pzics,
cor-.lially invites U-.s eld friends and o.imto'ii
ers to give ihiu a call.
Will n-cei-e Immodiafe and rarefnl atteniion
1 alt haunt. la mill ult;U(.
t- Pure Wines and Llquora for medieina
In Hmi Circuit Conrt of the State of Oregon
for llie county of Linn.
S. C Bruce, plaintiff,
John N. Bruce, defendant.
In the namft.nt the Kate of Orejron : ion
n, Iwri'liv n-nniKd to miiwir and answer the
complaint of the ahove plaini iir in lhealiove ,
entitled .nil. nn-y on file with the Clerk of said
Oiart, on or tefore the lonrtli Monduy. thei iih i
tiny of October. 1880. tt Ijeina 'he rtrwt day ol the
next regular term of raid Court: and you sue
hereby notified thai if yon tail to a'-rx ar and
answer sui t complaint as hereby required, t he
plaintiff wiil applv to the Conn tor the relief
demanded in pialtititf txmip.aiiii. lo-wit : a
necreeaalntwtl I dcten 'an: lor me tsoin-
lion of the bond or ma'riniony m nranuK e
tweea plalniiiTan 1 duf-mUtnr, for t he ciire.ciis.
tojty and control of the minor cliiid, LUnan
Mruce., and lor cost, and disbursinents.
T"Thi summon l published ly order of Hon.
B. r. Harding, Jude of uld Court, made at
Chambers in Selein. Ort;on, .iune 17. 1 .
WEATHfc-RFOP.U & BLACKKLKX.
Vl?n3! Attorney B tor p'alntifr.
. Notice, or Pinal Scltleiuent.
NOTICK is hereby civen that the undersign
ed, executor of tiie lust wiil and tesiatnent
of Nelson Kimone, ri!Cesed, lias Hied in the
County Court of l.ihn -onnty, uieuon. his linnl
account a such executor, and Ptiirdiiy.lh 7t h
itaiy of AuicnHt. 18Mi,at one o'clock P. M. ot fnid
day. lias l een set by naid Coun tor the hearing
pf objection to ifttch final account and the jset
tletnent thereof, and any person Interested In
KHld est dte or the settleriietrt I iiereof. is hereby
Holt, lei toappear before said Court at the conrt
house in Alb ny. oreeon, on said day, and file
their objections. If anv. toald linal account.
lAM :-CL MM-SS, J R Keetitor.
Weatherford .t Biackburn, Atty. for 'r.
July 9, Isrvvvliii!
fJOHCK IS HEHKBT (JIVEX THAT letters
ll teaiameniary on (lie last wiil and testament
pf Nicholas Kizer, deceased, was issued to the
undersigned on the 2.1 day of June, WW. by I he
Connty Court of Lino county, Onfm; Ihetv
fore a!l person havinarcailniSftjounBi tbeeslute
f Baid deceased, are require-l to piesnt the
am, with the projier vouchers, wii bin six
jkionth. fioni the dale hereof. -to the underslgn
al at hi. reaidenoe in mtid county of Linn.
r. M. KIZEU, Executor.
PlT(4 June 15, 1880-vlSn39
ceciocrv am! other stone I
and di-piitch. hrschil
M-t-.infaelurer and l';ir in
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t an! Hiit ..v(kjl1 Chair of all Uiuds,
In tart, 1 ii:'tTi 1 to l;cc a lir-t cIft-3
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J AX DRL'CCilST WILL TELL Till' ITS EEl'l'TATIOX.
King of the Blood
Cure, all Scrofulous affections and disorders result
ing froza Impurity of tho blood. It is needless to
specify all, us the nutfererean usually perceive their
cause ; but tiaU Jiheum, j'imple. Ulcer, Tumort,
trmcre, Gtocutngg, etc., are tue most common, aa
well . many atfectioiia of the Heart, Head, Liver
, mni stomach.
Wonderful Cars of Blindness.
TO. IE a it bom, Son & Co. : For the benefit of all
troubled with bcrofula or Impure Blood in their
systems, 1 hereby recommend King; of the Blood.
I have been troubled with Sorofula for the past tea
f ears, which so affected my eyes that I was com
pletely blind for six months. I was recommended
to try King of the Blood, which has proved a great
blessing to me, as it has completely cured me, and
I cheerfully recommend it to all troubled as X hav.
been. Yours truly,
CU&S. 6. Weathjculow, Sardinia, N. T.
will be paid to any Public Hospital to be mutu
ally agreed upon, for every certificate of this medi
tiae published by us which i. not gennina.
To show our faith in the safety and exosUeoee of
the K. B., upun proper personal application, when
satisfied that no imposition is intended) we will
give the names of ail its ingredients, by affidavit.
The above oilers were never mad. before by the pro
prietor of any other Family Medicine in the world.
Many testimonial.. further information, and
full directions for using will be found in the pam
phlet "Treatise on Diseases of the Blood," in
which each bottle is enclosed. Pries ( I per bottle con
ynuir 13 ounces, or 40 to 60 doses. Hold by drue
ft, 1. Kasom,Boh & Co., Prop'rs, Buff.lo.N.Y
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ALBANY, OREGON, AUG. 6. 1SS0.
VI;t Slljjlit Hiik' been
There Is a divinity that shapes onr ends,
llotiirh hU'h theui :i5 we may.
T,n-t Suinlay eveiiing as our worthy
Mayor, D. G. Clark, atifl family, were te-
turnii:; to this t-ity from Coi vh'Us. tl'j-
mi't with an accident which inijht have
jiroed most terrible ill its i-c-u!t to at
least one t the family. As they reachi il
a point this side of Corvnilis where the
rofil npprei' lies the Willamette within a
lew feet of tho hank, and the sh:ii!ws
were growing longer ad longer, a cow
proceeded ' i tne'y to nrise form her re-
ciniiLcnt po-irion in the feint" c-n ia r snuu
little distance in front of the team. The
nenr horse observed theolijert in the fadinjr
( light, and shied ; hi Tore the hor-e fiirly
tiiiih-rtood tut' matte- piohahlv. t'ne cow
uirsde nnolher effort to rl3e. when the
horse sfjnntted. gave H ohjrige. slipped the
tug over his hack, faced aliont and com
menced hacking thu hack .towards the
river. .Tii-t. nt this inouei.t Miss l.uhi
Clark jumped from the h ick, ami in doing
so, she lost control of her open pnt-asol.
which hlcw in the hice of the frig'itene 1
Milium!, making him more u:iiian ig:ih!e.
if possjUh., than hefure ; the hack la canie
cramped. Mr. Clark w is thrown from, the
hack, while Mrs. Clark got out in some
maimer. leaving Mi Jennie Clark sole
occupant of thf vehicle. After Mr Clark's
expiil-ion from the hack, the team hack
and all went over the hank, one of the
hnisl.s and the hack lodging on some
alders growing hi the almost perpendicular
hank, while Miss Jennie and one of the
hore fell clear of everything: into the
river, at this point prohahly twenty f.-ct
deep.' Mrs. C'ark. with the quick dis
cernment if a lovi"g mother, at once took
in the whole situation, ai d fried to Mr.
Clark to hasten ai d save Iei;niu. ,Iu-t at
this moment ;..nd the whole aii'iir only
oicliphil the fewest cola's .t time a
familiar yoi"e was hiird to exclaim :
"I'm .sll liht. mother." And sine
enough, when Mr. Clark pen red over the
hank, Ihere sl.. sat on "a little hei cli il ti
h-w inches in width, created in the hank
hy the action ot the water, holding on for
keeps. Having 'fa'len ciiarof the hrtisli
into deep waler. as soon as :.he came to
the si if lace she reached out tor land,
happily catchiiig some projection from the
hank and clambering to the litt'e sht.l
hein h spoken i t a! ove, was afe tor the
time heing. Ih-lp arrived sm-n. Miss
Jennie was relieved from her iinph-asai.t
position and taken to Corvailis hy Mr. (I
C. Cl.'errr. v.h ep orfm elv hanpeiieil to
he passing in a hnggv. wi.eie !. donned
drv i-ilaieiif. and was ljone the wore lit
the fall. 'J'he hulged horse was pniied up
to the fop of the hank by main sfret gt!i.
wl.ile the nth, r. having I'.ilCeii clear of th.
!nn-h into '( it waler and sustaining iu
injury, finding he cou'd not snccetd iti
climbing up I he Lai. I;, stt nek out for il e
opposite side, wie-re In was caught and
hrongiit .'hack aero the h y at Corva'lis.
One of Mr. ( lark's should, a-'- was some
what bruised an ! his ankles j iiniinil ;
Otherwise, barring the scare, no particular
harm was done, lint the chai tvs .veve
al! against so ha ppy an ending. Had the
hack fallen cl ar of the hiisiie, it would
have fallen upon Miss Jennie, and e di d
her lifi . It was a happy escape, and
none of the. party will ever pass tbat part
of the road without a cold c'til! creeping
over them at the thocght of what might
have been the result ot th- accident.
PiirngT-tliic run-.tej- V. nr.
"Y"" army chap." Sail the gi'l to
her military lover T'.nnutir Ci.;:u.rrrJt.
"Thai's where you soldier s,.if. wrote
back when be eloped wih another girl
Ottawa IiepvlJic-'n. This may be trooper
haps. Hussar for the other girl ! Huxt'iii
Tout. Some militias mhchh-f at the
bottom of it tio doubt Philivlrtf.hia
Itnllrlin. It's th- regular thing, of corps,
for a fellow to keep company with one
gjrl 1'ixt. When our rifle on these
paragraphs we felt, like saving to the poor
girl : ''What major sav anything about
it?' We would give an tinier to sttip all
further punning in this direction it we
thought there was any chance of para
graphers a bayonet Boxt-m fiiattirtlaif
Evening Gazette. This has big gun 1 1
experience quite n' boom. It's astoni-h-ing
howitzer going the rounds. We could
not help hut picket up. Boston Journal of
Oouimerce. It's mortar fyiug to think
that paragrrphers cannon dertake to per
petrate such stuff. (Shoot it ensign oft'
Ja mil Tea.
IlalTenden Tin th:-rs have just received
their first installment of !eis. f-or,i Jap
an, of the new crop. They have per
fected arrangements whereby they secure
teas of the first crop the best quality
and highe-t flavored teas. It is put np
for them in Japan, in quarter, half, and
one pound papers, tour pound boxes. :.s
well as in bulk. They are conceded to
be the best teas ever brought, to this mar
ket, and Italleudeii Brother A'iH sell
teas cheaper than they were ever lietore
offered here. Our folks have tried it
and pronounce ic the boss tea. Try it.
O.lHllllI loilD So, 239.
On f-'ftturday evening last the following
named persons were elected to fill the
chairs in this Lndg? ; Chirf, (). A, Arch
ibald ; V. T . Clara Fisher: Sec.. M.
Chambers ; T-, Kate Houston ; Chap
Iain, Jane Crowrh-r ; M.. Scott Royco ;
I. G.. Celisfa Houston; O. G., George
Wei. Installation Saturday fveulnj',
Guih.im & Son tiave moved into the
room adjoining the Kegistcr . huiMing on
tho west, where they will liereafter con
duct their tailoring business.
Will Kee-ilate the Price.
The quesioa of tonnage supply for the
surplus grain of this const, will regulate
the price received hy producers for their
grain. It is now estimated that Oregon
will turn out 200.000 tons, and California
1.000.000 tons of grain, idicatiug a surplus
of about one million tons, which will re
quire five hundred large vessels. At pres
ent there are but 350.000 tons in sight, and
prices for charters arc already tnaifesting
an upward tendency. The higher the
prices for charters, the less will he the
price paid to producers for their grain.
Later in the season may develop the fact
that there is no lack of shipping nt fair
rates ; and the contrary may be the case.
The present quotations at San Francisco
are 61s to Cork, prohahly equivalent to
fios from Portland.
Were produce! s of the Central Willam
ette Valley independent of the mouth of
the Columbia in other words, were the
contemplated improvement completed al
Yaquina I'ay. with even the present Liv
erpool quotations (10s 3d), our producers
Could count on fair prices for iheir grain.
The dangers at the mom h of the Colum
bia river, the "i-ost of pilotage, the long
distance from the mouth of the Columbia
to Portland, ai;l the uucettaiiities. difficul
ties and delays of the navigation, all set
to deter shipping lrom coining here for
charters, if charters can be obtained profit
ably anywhere else.
For the interest of the whole State, and
special y of the Central Valley counties,
let the improvements at Yaqu.iiia Bay be
pres-ed as rapidly as possible.
On Friday last, the liemhl contained an
article charging James II. Lmni. F.sq.,
of inhuman conduit, in his. that Mrs. J.
.lrirm n came into ?,Ir. I.tum's stoie in
Scio to hid goon bye to her son, who was
clerking in the store, and while in the
act of kissing b,.r son, Mr. Ijuin struck
her in the hack and with blows drove her
lrom his store. On Monday, August 2.1,
Mr. I. mm commenced criminal proceed
ings for libel -'gainst P ttinger it. Barnes,
of the i!arui before Justice Haven, Messrs.
Siiahan & I'ilviett. a--isted by Judge W.
B. Sautley. of San Francisco, tor the prose
cution, and Powell Ai Bilyieii for the de
fense. Barnes made oath that thev had
but one witness, Mr. J. J. BroWu, to prove
the ficts alleged to be libelous, and asked
for a continuance on the ground that said
witness was too ill to appear on the wit
ness stand. Judge Sfahati m-ped that the
tied proceed ; that they "ere willing that
ti e Court sbould repair to ti e house ot the
w itn -s and lake her le-iimony This be
ing objected to. he then, on the part of the
prosecu; ion. proposed to accept 'he state
ments made in the piper as witness evi
dence, or anv other evidence in the case
the dfei.se propo-ed to offer by their wit
ness, Mrs. J. J. Brown. The defense ob
j.cted io everything, and insi-ted upon a
p., st poneuieuf until FriJiy, August 13th.
which .the Court granted, fixing the bail
of Barnes and poltinger at f"200 each,
wliii h liu y gave.
Francis a!. Thompson died at the res
id; tee of his step-lather, Mr. Inii
Walker, near Albany. Oregon. July 10,
JS0. aged 10 years 10 months and 19 days.
At th- early age of eighteen months he
was afflicted w ith a spinal affection which
cni-ed him at time intense Buffering
during the reniainder ot his life. The
last nt'acl., nhisjh occurred three weeks
befirehis decease, produced paralysis of
tiie vocal org ins and seeming unconscious
ness. Marion, as he was genera'! v called, was
a bright lad. and when hble to attend, was
always found in his place at Sunday
S. ho..!. Two weeks la-fore his last illmss
idle going to c.'Unp-mectii-g at Roberts'
bridge, ids -ten- f mi her remarked. "My son.
I hope you are going to the meeting
lor your own good.' The little fellow
quickly replied -yes. indeed I am trying
to live a Christian." To-day he is with
the Holy One who said "Suffer little
children io cnnie ni to me and forbid them
not, for of siu-Ii is the kingdom of Heaven."
His rem ainds rest near Brownsville, in
the family ccmelerv. by the side of those
of his father, two sisf( rs and two broil ers,
to nwait the resurrection. W.
Albany, Aug 4.
Dr. P. M. Jones and wife returned to
this city on Tuesday, after several months'
residence in the John Day country. Mrs.
Jones is still unable to v a!k w ithoVit the
aid of crutches, but the limb is healing
gradually ami she hopes soon to entirely
recover its use. lr. Jones has got enough
of the hunch grass country for the present,
and will settle down in this city to the
practice ot medicine again, a fact that,
will be learned with pleasure by his many
All iilixis f "Lumber
We have for sale. -at Lebanon and Grass
ridge. '100.000 leetofail kinds of Lumber,
such as scantling, joists, barn timbers, box
Ing, fencing, and other rough lumber.
At Lebanon we have a superior lot of Dry
Lumber, such as Rustic. Flooring, etc.
Owning to the late tire, we are offering
this lumber at Ki:iUCKl KATKs. Address
ps at Lebanon. CON'N lll.OS.
On Tuesday a had horse that Mr. Hous
ton was ait ii ling to shoe, used him
pretty roiigb bruising him up some. His
pa l tuer, Mr. Roberts, then went after the
horse to finish up the work, but before he
go through with (he animal he too was
knocked about quite lively, gelling his
shoulder somewhat bruised.
1.1st of "Letters,
- Uncalled lor and remaining in the Post
oHiee in this city fur the week ending
Aug. "fit h, 18X0 :
Blcisch. Cbiisi'an Lew, F
Combs. Flnrcnee Wheeler. Geo
Dillard. Mr MaryK Wudhame, Mrs Lou
R. II,. RAYMOND, 1 M..
HARROW AGVE. ;
Anotlicr Scany And Spicy Inciter.
BI.OWJ.SVH.1.E, Or., Aug 4, 18S0.
Er. Register : -The reapers have com
menced, ami harvest time is at hand again,
am! everything betokens a bountiful crop.
The weather tor the past few days has
been cool and pleasant, so that men and
teams can do a good days' work quite
Hay is still being brought to town in
great quantities, and the crop is unusually
large. Mr. D. Cary sowed quite a lot
of oats on wet land that turned to cheat,
and he was obliged to cut it for hay.
Dan. Howe is visiting his brother here
Rev. C. Sperry and family arrived from
Heppuer to attend to harvesting his crop
The Marshal is having some new cross
walks put down, that is far a-!iea 1 of any
heretofoie buitt here.
Dick Warren, the man shot by Goodman,
is improving, and if nothing happens w ill
get well again.
Mr. Hansman has got his hop house up
in good shape again ; the heavy wind
last winter blew it off its foundation. His
hops are very good ibis year, and promise
n very heavy crop.
The Seattle 1'oat of a late date contains
the informfitioii that the Oregouititi Rail
road Co. have let the contract for twenty
flat cars to be built iheie immediately for
By recent news from Portland we learn
that a large force of teams and graders
are to be here and commence work on the
road-bed to-morrow, -it id the work is to
he pushed through till the road is finished
to ibis city. Also, by letters fiom the
scene ot operation in the neighborhood o
Silveiton, we learn that uioie men and
teams are being daily put on at work, and
it seems now certain that this great work
will be pushed through lively this fall.
As to wareliou.-cs here" this fall, it is not
fully settled yet whether the Company
will put thein up or not.
The saw mill here has got a good supply
ol lumber on baud, and has shut down till
The Bine Ribbon club held its regular
meeting last nig it, and was well attended,
l'lie toPowing were duly elected as officers
for the next three months: Geo. A.
Dyson. I'ro-ideut ; Peter Hume, Vie
President ; Miss Rosa White. Sec. : L.
White. Trtiis.t and Miss Emma Fnusf.
Oig:.iii-t. The Club is in a flout ishing
condition, and under Mis. Johnson's
leadership lias done well this Summer.
The saloon here is under full headway
again, and the empty beer barrels aiv
beginning to be sei.t hack for rt tiding, but
of course it is a legal institution, ami we
mu-t i-t ahd it the balance ol' the tear.
Since the above was written, notiie
have been posted up all over our tow;
iliata lot of teams are wanted here to
commence woi k on the 5:h in-t.. plowlnt
and scraping o:i th.s narrow gauge. Ln
gineer La a n-nce and others fruin below
are here, and our little city is alive will
men. and the people are all anxious to se.
the depot located, which w ill he done to
day. Mr. Hansman has granted the necessary
gnund for right of way entirely through
bis place, and has donated four acres of
land to the Company fur depot, switches,
etc.. and to day ground w ill be broken on
the main line northward towards Port
laud, and our citizens who have been so
often led on hy false hopes, are at !a-t to
see the real commencement of a genuii e
narrow gaujjje railroad right at our doors.
Xo wonder a smile of joy can lie traced on
the faces of all Brown-vide to-day for
now these dreams of the past are ! coming
to us a reality, and it will not be long be
fore we tan see the grand locomotive
come steaming info our city, thus provii g
to us that we have quick and easy com
munication with the outside world. When
this one great thing is once fairly accom
pli-hed. Brownsville will begin to at once
rouse up from the dormant condition in
w inch -he has Iain so long, and as her
water power and limber supply begin- to
le fairly dwelt ped. and the good lauds
In the toot hills lieghi to be brought into
cultivation, then will even her most san
guine admirers anil friends be surprised at
tiie grand strides that, she will take, anil
i'lstead ot being rated third in numbers
and importance as now, she will, on ac
count of her central location and natural
advantages, take at once her place as first
in the great county of Linn.
J" AiiiioAV Gauge.
Messrs. Ballard. Isom & Co. come to the
front, this week with an advertisement tn
parties having graio for sale or tor "vh-ch
they desire storage. They have a splendid
warehouse and mill, and offer special in
d icements to all patronizing them. They
are straightforward, honorable, and liberal
dealers, and parties who patronize them
will not regret it. See card elsewhere.
All damages resulting from the falling
of the wall of Messrs.Senders ifc Sternlergs
brick last week, have been amicably settled,
and the work of rebuilding the old and
putting up the new brick will commence
"The Christian Growth" will be the
theme of Rev. J. TV Wolfe's discourse at
the M. E. Church in this city iiext Sunday
morning, and in the evening "'The Future
Existence ot Man.
July 17th, 18S0. at the residence of
James Divine, near Waterloo, Linn coun
ty. Oiegon, by Elder M. M. Norton. Mr.
M. TV. Divine and Miss Delia Dusilu.
August 4th. at the resideueo of Dr. G.
W. Grav. in this city, by Kev. S G. Irvine.
D. D., Mr. William Marks anil Mrs. K. Cj.
Wiley all of Juhuv county
Following are the officers of the Linn
County Agricultural Association: T. Fro
man, President; J. H. Btirkhart, Secretary;
Peter Sehlosser, Treasurer; W.R. Camion,
Chief Marshal ; A. J. Warner, Pavilion
Marshall; W. K. Price, Ticket Seller; J.
Althouse, J. Nixon and R. Fox, Gate
keepers. Over $140 in cash has been sub
scribed by our people, besides several thous
and feet ot lumber, toward making the
Fair a success, and more aid Is promised if
needed. There is every reason to believe a
Fair properly conducted this tall, would
bring a large number of visitors into the
city from bordering counties and States,
and would In this way at least prove a prof
itable investment. We are inclined to be
lieve that the coming County Fair will
prove the most profitable and interesting
one ever held lu re. The officers are ener-
getic, capable, and tn earnest, and will do '
their " level best. " to accommodate all and j
make the showing throughout one that is
creditable to Linn county or Oregon.
Keep "lour I ye on (lie Br Ilia, en, Etc.
A loose plank on Fourth street bridge,
East Portland, caused the death of little
Rosa Rankin, on Wednesday. As she was
passing over the bridge she placed her foot
on the loose plank and was precipitated
below, a distance of over fifty feet.i into tho
mud and water. The city will doubtless
he comiielled to pay heavy damages for
this neglect. Let our city look carefully to
her bridges and walks. V
Alijnuy Farmers Co.
See notice of this Company in tills issue
of the Register. Thev have two large
warehouses, and can take good care of all
grain entrusted to them. The officers of
the Company are all solid, straightforward,
honest business men, who can be relied
upon in any matter.
Gov. Thayer has made the following ap
pointments. ('. H. Stewart of Albany, S.
D. Snowden of (Jervals, J. A. Applegateof
Salem. David Goodsell of Portland, T. S.
Burnett of Centervllie. W. II. Byars of
Rosehnrg and F. A. Watts of Peoria, as
notaries public for Oregon ; J. R. Fifhian.
ot Oregon City. ide-de-ean- on the Gov
ernor" staff, with rank ot lieutenant colo
nel, W. G. Cooper, of Camas Prairie, cap
tain. 0. H, 2d rcgimuut, 3d brigade,
O. S. M.
li-auge of TSnsses.
Johns. O leiieal is now Chief of the Cor
vailis XV.nile and under his care the pnpet
will certain!' succeed. If there is any hope
at all in the success of a Democratic jour
nal in Benton. Anyway we wish the "old
man " the greatest success financially.
Curd ot ThaitH.
I hereby tender my sincere thanks for
the kindly assistance of disinterested par
lies in letidiii me a helping hand in my
late disaster. Philip Coiiks.
Albany, Aug. o, lO.
Work on th'e Albany Lebanon rail
road is being pushed right along. The
ri.-ht of way has been pretty generaliy
secured along the entire line, and it won't
he long before we can be whirled over to
Lebanon by the iron h rse In a jiffy.
A splendid run of job work has kept us
down to our knitting this week. But we
don't complain. We are on hand to do
all knds of job printing in good style at
prices that will suit and don't vmi for
Armed to the Teei.ii,
l a very common expression, hut. we
think that armed to embellish and pre
serve them to a ripe old age is decidedly
more appropriate. This can be done by
keeping yourself supplied with a bottle of
that splendid dentifrice, fragrant SOZO
DOXT. which will beantity the teeth and
preserve thetn Mom the ravages of decay.
SOZODOXT contains no acids of gritty
sub-tances which injure the enamel, but
is composed ot rare an antiseptic herbs,
which have a beneficial effect oi the
whole economy of the mouth. Sold by
Tiie l!;st Tver IiiYeuted.
Mrs. Coll. Van Cleve is agent for the
Challenge system tor cutting all kinds of
ladies", children's and men's wearing
apparel anything in the shape of clothing
can be cut by l hos understanding Ibis
system. It heats the world, and has
taken the first premium wherever exhibit
ed. Chart sold w ith or without, instruc
tion. Ladies are invited to call and see
tor themselves. Also, the new style trac
ing wheels for sale. Stamping, for either
braiding or embroidery.executed. Demu
rest' reliable patents always on hand.
At Ilia New Miop.
Fred Willekt is now established in
new two-sto.-y wasron and blackHiiiith shop,
on Second street opposite S. fcl. Voung'a ware
house, where he is prepared to do all kinds of
llacl.smithin'j. repnirinff of hacks, wasroiis,
etc. lie also has on han.t. find will continue
to manufacture, luerksand busrsies, which wiil
be sold at the lowest possible figures on reason
able terms. Sivl2tn3
Or. II. It. I lti;.:j.Ar ha locnted la
Albnny for tiie practice of ISeulistry.
AH work warranted. Oiiiee In Parrikh
blocU, corner First and Ferry atst. fubl
!.-. W1L.E,IS II2ICI.,
OFFICE in Odd Fellows' Temple, Albany,
Oregon. All work carefully performed, and as
reasonable as is consistent with good work
manship. , i:2 v 12
Ir. U. IV. liny,
Dentist, Albany, Oregon. Office iu Fos
ter's bi ick block, up stairs, at large bay
whitlow. Prices in proportion to time and
Among all the disagreeable consequences
that follow the decay ot the teeth, an im
pure breath must he the most mortifying
and unpleasant to its possessor, ami it" is
the most inexcusable and offensive. n
society; and yet the cause of it may easily
lie removed by cleansing your teeth daily
with that iustlv popular denlrifrice. Fra
grant SOZODOXT. If purifies and
sweetens the breath, cools and refreshes
the month, and gives a pearl-like appear
ance to tho teeth. Gentlemen who indulge
In smoking should cleanse their feeih with
SOZODOXT. as it removes all unpleasant
odors of the weed. Ask your druggist for
Benjamin Freeland arrived at his old)
home in this city last week from "5V. T.r
and intends remaining here for the present.
Mr. Jas. n. Lunn, ol Scio, an hi
partner, Mr. Johnson, called on u las
We bad the pleasure of a call from
Judge W..B. Siiufley, of San Francisco,,
the first of the week.
Chas. Johnson, Esq., of Scio. was m
city on Monday. "
G. H. Davis, M. D., of Portland, garo
us a trieudly call last Friday. Dr. Davis
is building up a large practice- not only
in Portland but throughout the valley, his
great success in the healing, art sending;
him patients from every direction. Hi
address is Xo. 63 First street, Portland
Two men engaged in removing the debris
from the cellar on tte corner of BroadaU
bin and First streets, on .Tuesday last-,
when the staging gave way precipitating
both men scve.-al feet into the cellar bruis
ing them some, but breaking no limbs.
Take your sisters and your cousins and
your aunts to S. E. Young's when yow
want nice dress goods.
No wonder James Dannals sells so much'
furniture, as it U elegant, late style, new
and very cheap.
Bany wagons are a necessarv adjunct in
every well regulated household In Oregon,,
and if you want one, FietlGrat's got them-
The flax factory is again at work, the
new manager having arrived from the
We heard lrom cur new press. Ota
account ot a new improvement tbat is be
ing adde i its reception will b delayed a
few days longer than we expected.
A mother fed her year-old baby oo
sliced cucumbers and milk, and then asked,
the prayers of thu church because th
Lord look it away.
Whch a tramp abks for grub, telling,
you he hasn't had anything to eat for three
days, throw Dr. Tanner's case at him-
Every law-abiding tramp should be happy!
with one square meal iu two weeks.
Cucumliers, onions and ice water will'
loosen a man's hold on the vanities of this
woihl about as quickly its anything that
can be thought ot, and yet people keep ou
m.xhig them up, as If they bad uo better
amusement than trying to have tuu with,
"He that ruleth his spirit is uilghter
than he who laketh a city," was what
Brown's wife quoted to him the other day,
and he told her sadly that he believed It.,
lie said that he could rule one or two
glasses of spirit, but after he gut beyond
that the spirit usually ruled him.
For breakfast there is nothing more
delicious than a dish of fat mackerel auct
ilaffeudeu Bros, have thu finest ever
brought to this market.
Hai-yesting is underway iu every direc
tion, and tiie yield will be over average.
A vagrant named J. II. Kelly waa
murdered iu Portland last Monday night
by a sailor named James Rollins alias Kay..
Ray is in jail.
A ucw water lank, of 45,000 gallons ca
pacity, is being erected at the O. Jfc C.
depot. It was time.
There is a land that is hotter than this,.
W here never a collar w ill stand ;
Wliere the people all bubble and hiss
O, go to that beautiful-laud-.
Conn Bros, have a large amount of lum
ber, saved when their mill burned down,
recent'y, which they are offering very
low. They have a fine lot ot dry lumber,,
rustic, flooring, etc., at Lebanon. Aa.
order addressed to Lebanon will ieacb
t he iu. ' See C u d. elsewhere.
A large number; of prominent citizens of
Scio were iu the city on Monday, win tuesses
for Mr. J. II. Lunn, in his criminal suit
for libel aeainst Pottiuger fc Barnes.
Mr. James Titus returned from the
John Day country the first of the week,
alter several months' absence. Jim is in.
fine condition, feels well and loeks well,,
although he has lost fifty or sixty pounds
of flesh sinue he left us.
Goodman, who did the shooting- nt
Brownsville, last week,, is in jail in default
of the necessary bail.
At last accounts Dick Warren- wa-" still-
alive, aud there was hopes of his- recovery..
Boating upon the Canal is a favorite pas
time with the children. This kind of
pastime is productive of croup, chills aud.
fever and other ills.
Many queer things are lvppelig'
about now, some of which will afford us
same very interesting; if not thrilling,,
chapters in the near future.
The new brand of cigars at the City
Drug Store are equal to the best,, it not a
City Council next Tuesday evening .
Mi. G. Parrish, although still very weak-,
started for Sodaville the first of the week,
accompanied by his wife.
Prof. Powell took his family to Waterloo.
yestcrday for a few days. A Urge number
have been camping there, drinking the
sparkling water from the excellent soda,
A large number of campers are enjoying
themselves at Waterloo. The Watx-rloo.
sotla is the best In the whole business, fx
our taste. The camping is not the best in)
the world, but answers well enough.
The Albany Farmers' Co. have let out.
20.00T grain sacks, and have 30,000 sacks
on the way, nearly all of which have been
Mr. McWain and wife start lor tiie Bay
and two weeks of Ocean breezes oa Moo
Messra. Jas. EI. Foster, Jr., and ffm.
Mansfield returned from the Bay the first
of the week.
Ed. Haffen'don goes down to Newport
next week. . .. . . -- ... - --'
Pete Abbey. f-5 doing a rushing business
at Newport. First class table fare catches
the crowds always.
A very quiet week, with splendid:
" Four in hand " is worth tbe balanbe of
The Legislature convene hi Salem next.
Mr. Jos. Webber Is not a candidate for
; Sargcaiit-at-Arms of the State Senate.