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ALBUM MARBLE WORKS.
Albany, : : : Oregon.
A Ida .'Am' uavtuttt n
wori; iiitnc wnn pHtifl
attention s:iveii to orders
Male and Washington
ti, and promptly
TVKKS THIS orPORTCSITY TO INFORM
"hi friend and The public gem-Ru:, , .nut
is now settled in his
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE
on the old stand net door to P. C. Harper Co.
wbers can be found as great au kctmcul and
as large a uek of . .
Stoves and Ranges
mean he found in any one house this side
oriland, and al as
Pumps eft? DE2pe,
in great variety. Also,
Hwava on hand, and made to order, AT LIV
lliany. October fl, IS75-5V8
rtnrt atlvet, 3 door e of Ferry,
gOLACSSa Si S-CSTS, Erop3. 1
HAVING nurrhaw.1 the City Mark-T.l will j
keep constant lv on hand all kiiv!s.r Mt :iis j
-tm very best to lie obtained in the suari-ci. ;
I will strive at all time to meet the wish-" of ,
all who mnv favor me with their putyonn .-e. i
The public "-re-ie ally are invited to call '"' j
lion when in want of iikmiW. ' nl-,'"'7 '
rash price pal 1 for PilftK. .11 V.IW13 ;
Xew tiootls ! Sew Departure !
MRS. O. L. PARKS,
HAVIXfi Pl-Rrn.-iKI) THE MILLISEKV j
Store lately owned tiy Mrs. C. P. Imvis and
having juat added thcre.o a new invoice of lute I
Cioic9 Hilliaery, Trimmings,
Bonni, Hats. c, tales plKWiire in inviting
the ladies of Albanvand vicinity to .nil ad
inspect for themselves. All uoods will be wild
al nrieeslhal defv competition.
Having secured' the services of a first class
I am prepared to cut, (it, and make dresses In
any style desired, at short notice and in a satis
Making Clothing for children a specialty
Store on north side of Ftrsf.east of Ellsworth
street. You are Invited to call.
11 US. O. I,. PARKS. i
J7. !!"9 i
'mmmwm a-p-, ara-M m so .-, ;
wITx DaUG' kaXOsavS.
,. a "?in- -.t. -
BOraer ilTSt a&a lUjlSVrOrVl StS.,
Has again taken charge of the
City Drug Store,
bavins; purehaned the entire interest of C. W
Shaw, successor to A. Csirothers A Co., ana is
a receiving a
Splendid ITow Stock,
which, added ta the former, renders it verj
oinplete in all the ditf.-rent deiKirtmenta.
Feeling assured that all can be suited iu both
Quality aai Priss,
cordially Invite his old friends and custom
ers to xive him a call.
Will reeeie Immediate and carefnl attention
sUl trasunt, Usv suid Mlirtat.
29 fM WIhm mnA l.inttnn for mediclna i
Oct. K. T7-3T10
MARBLE AXD STOXE WORKS.
P. WOOD s CO.,
Tils for. Walks,
Sas8s for ChtrdLea Pouataias,
and mil kind of work done In Stone.
,A wetonr marble direct from the nnar-
Tke Best Materials aid Lowest Prices.
tS?dedfto BJ ot the state p"mpay
work -warranted aa represented.
a .... . l .
anil dispatch. Specie!
from inv lairt of tin
Territory, by mail or oth-
torwarUed. All work war
Samuel E. Youa?
Is now receiving hi
stock of Merchandise, conMsti.ij of
BOOTS & fHOES,
OOTS & WH02i3,
Cw ie-"is "r". -
Hctzso F-2ii32iisg G-cois,
etc., etc., etc.
Kaay tlies: sorfts axe "boglit
nrcSCT frssa 2Saaufacturers
for CASH, end a FIEST
C2A33 GOODS 3To Trash
a-i! 7ill bs sold at pop-alar
Sept. 17 -n"lvlOm
King of the Blood
pres all Scrofulous sffections and disorders rwilU
iS."m,,ImpuJitjr zl the blood- it needier u
speeifyall,Mihe.unerercanu.uslly pereeire their
cauee; but Salt Itheum, J-implc, Ulcers, Tumor.
Goxlrt, SmtUmgt, c, are the most common, as
well as many aSecUons of the Heart, II tad. Livtr
Woadsrfal Cnre of Bllndnesi.
I. RAjtsoM, Sow Co. : For the benefit of all
troubled with Scrofula or Impure Blood in their
ystems, I hereby recommend King of tl Blood
I have been troubled with Scrofula for the put Un
rears, which so affected my eyes that I wu mm
pletely blind for six monthi. T was neommemUa
to try King of the Blood, which has proved a rati
blessing to me, as it has completely cured me, and
IcheerfuUy recommend it to all troubled as I hVre
n ,r Tours truly,
. WEiiassiow, Sardinia, N. Y.
sH 2L a
win be paid to any Public Hospital to be mutu
ally agreed upon, for every certiricate of this mod
us published by us which is not genuine.
,.J,h"w in the safety and excellence of
'hf,-J-.,uPnn ln?P personal application, whea
satisfied that no imposition is intended, we wUl
anea of aU its ingredients, by affidavit.
The above otter, were never made before bv th. rvC
prietor of any other Family Medicine in the woVld
tSJlUonn for uun,r found in the bam.
Phlet "Treatise on Diseases of the BlSl" in
whieheachbotUeisenclosed. Price tlperbotUeeoT
ng 11 ounces, or 40 to SO dcTo,d by
U. I). &asom,So ft Co., Prop'n, BuHsIo.nIy
KT.tM nnil.. rnntAV. MiMt VlfxrnnK MfT. I
ful and healthful. Satlsfsction s-uaianteid. Under
the clasp is laid a quilted pud, which renders rusting
impossible. Beware of infringements. Ask for
Cooiey's Corset and take no other. Send to us
through your dealer for a sample Corset, ranging in
price from IS cents to ,2.00, and your order will be
filled by return mail. Manufactured only by the
Ulobe Manufacturing Company. '
BATES, BEES ft C00LEY,
943, S4S awl 347 Jlrwtiltcay,
wnOLESslC PIT SOOPS.
ALBANY, OKEGON, OCT. 1, 1880.
CouncH met on Tuesday evening
present except Cnunciliimn Rice.
Minutes renci ati'l approved.
iyils presented at last meeting were al
lowed. The committee on Health & Police
having under consi leratlon the Canada
'JMiistle. reported, ordering lira Marlial to
direct property-ho!d-rs to destroy all sueh
weeds on or adjacent to th?ir property.
Rr.CORDElt'S QUARTERLY REPORT.
Fines collected .f33 00.
Licenses collected $f?-2J 59.
Pid out $;l,S47 37.
Report placed on file.
Ordinance in relation to police whistle
nassetl. ft appears in our colinnns this
Mr. Scott ofTerod the following resolution.-
uiiic!i was adopted uiiMiiinionMy :
Wf!Kni:As. W'c are informed that the
l'n-Ulfi.t nl the. Uniteil States. W. B.
Hayes, mxl part v. will pa over the Ore
E"ii &. Califurnia rai'mad, on Jiis way to
Sal" in. on 'I'hnrsdav next, thi ietor he it,
Vf.f'ihnl. That the Mayor ami ( V.innion
Council of rh- city of Albany, and nil citi
zens of sail) ci!y who may de-dre. inert the
I'n'siilfiit ant) ids party at tie depot when
the ears arrive, for the purpose of pnying
their respects to him as IVe-iilenf of the
United States, and that a dispatch he sent
to the President at Rosehurg. to avecrfain
at what time he will he in Alhanv. at the
depot on said day. and give us audience.
The Mayor was authorized to do the
necessary telegraphing, appoint the coin
mil tees, etc.
The Mayor appointed Messrs. Salfinnrsh.
Scott and Rice on nni-ic. On d'-ciu-ntions
Messrs. Mai tin, Oradwohl and Dannals.
The following communication was then
read troni the Kine Ribbon Club :
At n recent nie fine of the Alhanv Blue
Rilibon Club the following resolution was
itnanf tnously adopted.
Jtesolr?. Tint this f!nh nsk the Citv
Council to enforce that portion of section
27 of ordinance Xo. 8. pae 113. relating
to ihe closinor of saloons, on the first day
of the week, commonly called Sunday,
and the Spo-ef-i-y he Instructed to tur: i-h
your honorMhic body with a copy of the
stud resolution. M. Fostki!. Sec.
The whole nutter was referred I o the
'committee oil Licenses, a fter the Connei
had listened to an earnest appeal in fivor
of the resolution by Mr. K. Buchanan.
On mo; ion of Scott, the Mar-hal was
empowered to appoint extra pi.Iii e. not
to exceed five, to serve during Fair week.
Crosswalk ordered oil south side of Fifth
street across liroadaibin, to lie finished in
fifteen days ; another on west side "Wash
ington street across Third, same t"me ;
east side of Washington across Third
street, snme time ; north side First across
.Jacksen, same time.
The motion to order a new sidewalk on
west side of Eroadalhin, from First street
to the alley! was referred to the committee
on Street; an I Public Property.
On inf'tirn. the Recorder was instructed
to inform the Foreman of Hook and
Ladder Company that the Mayor and
Common Council were ready to formally
turn over the truck, etc., to said Company
at any time they may de.-iunate.
R. E. Harmon, right watch, $10.
John Jones, watch and engineer, $70.
J. I.. Halter. Recorder, sflo 40.
C. II. Hewitt, drawing ordinance, 15.
A. J. Hunt. Marshal, $19.
I-. Kline & Co., indse, 4 41.
Costs iu case of McXally, $( 05.
Costs in ease ot MoBrtde. $5 60.
Costs in case of John Smith, $5 95.
Costs in case of Rol f. Stephens, $0 60.
Costs iu case of Win. Dilion. $5 95.
Costs hi case of Bill Leagit. 5 10.
Costs in case of Jack Grubs, $C 05.
Costs in two cases Geo. Dougherty. f 10 15.
Elsewhere in the Register will be seen
an advertisement by Mr Baum, our Coun
ty Clerk, asking for bids for the building
ot a fire-proof vault In the Court House,
i.-i which to place the records and papers
ot the county. All are aware ot the tact
that should the county records be destroy
ed by any unlnrtunale accident, au injury
would be done to the whole county that
would almost be irreparable. The presort
vault is entirely inadequate, as it Is already
over crowded, and yet many valuab'e pa
pers, for want of room, must be left in the
pigeon-holes erected against the walls of
thu County Clerk's office, to which an en
trance could easily be effected by any one
so disposed, and where, in case of fire,
they would almost certainly be lost. The
adveriisemeut spoken ol contemplates a
fire-proof vault, to be built in the room
between the Clerk's and SherifFs office,
on the west side, to he built of brick
from the ground up, iron door, burglar
proof locks, etc. The cost of such a vault
is comparatively a small matter, when the
large interests to be subserved by its eieo
tiou are considered. The present County
officials do not desire to "incur any un
necessary expenso or put any more bur
dens upon the taxpayers than the neces
sities of the county require, and we are
led to believe that when the people prop
erly understand this matter, it will meet
with universal approbation.
Some days since Messrs. W. TJ. Balti
more, D. B. MouteithWm. Hartless, Wat.
Monteitli and Milt. Hyde went to the
mountains on a deer hunt. Messrs. Balti
more and Wm. Hartless left ramp for this
city on Sunday evening, arriving here la
the front of the week w ith a load ot nice
hams. Tliey reported that up to the
time of their departure the party Lad
killed thirty -two. deer D. B. Montelth
and W. U. Baltimore were the boss hun
ters, having killed t clvc c.icli.
A Uameoelt Triumph.
Friday evening the Democracy of this
city went by rail to Lebanon to ratify and
spcechmake. The Hancock Guards, to
the numlier of 80, including a few boys,
paraded First street with torches, filling
the air at times with "chees" and"tigers."
Alter getting on the cars the fun commenc
ed. Going and on the return, a number
of Hancockers proceeded to hammer each
other in good style. A few ladies accom
panied the crowd, having a ear provided
for them, we believe, but they were never
theless insulted, going so far. in one In
stance at least, that a gentleman, who
happened to be in the car, was forced to
choke Ihe party effectually to make him
beliive. We were not present on the
occasion, hot the above Information comes
from a solid Democrat, ami we have no
reason to doubt him whni he averred to
us that a part of the crowd was composed
of the "lowest down stiffs outside the
penitentiary." We hope never to be
compelled to chronicle a slmular occasion
Four bottles of whisky were drank in one
oar on the way out, which had no little to
Jo. with the fxnantity already taken
aboard before leaving the city, in firing
the Hancockites. Such exhibitions ol
low, vitJpar obsVenity will not increase the
Hancock vote in Linn county.
Ell Carter & J.
Messrs. K!l Carter & Co. manufacture
that excellent agricultural implement
known as the '-Exctl.-ior Harvester," one
of the best ever invented and which is so
popular amo ijr the farmers. They man
ufacture it as a combined clod crusher and
cultivator, or without the clod crusher, as
farmers may desire. For Ibis season
they have made some improvements, and
it is now more durable anil better made
than ever, while a reduction has been
made in the p. rice. Farmers and others
are respectfully invited to call at their
manufactory anil examine it. They also
keep on hand and manufacture to order
all kinds of doors, window sash, molding,
etc.. for sale at as low rate as good mate
rial m.d good work wid allow. Don't fail
to call and sec them. Factory at the
loot ot Montgomery street, on river bank.
It Pnys to Insure.
Business men make ihe matter of insur
ing their goods ami projiei ty of the first
importance, as no man can tell the day
nor the hour in which Lis property may
he damaged or vi tircly destroyed by fire,
even though he may exercise th greatest
care and watchfulness. Our farmers are
pretty generally making as-urance doubly
secure hy insuring their U'lliu after plac
ing it ii Ihe warehouse. This is w ise and
safe, and sl.ttuld In; followed hy all. In
sure your grain, ii.ues, barns, or goods
of any kind in a sound company, and you
can sleep soundly. Among the soundest
insurance companies doing business in
Oregon, none can be more highly recom
mended than the Connecticut and the
German-American. It is a noteworthy
fact that both the r.bove companies paid
every dollar of their losses in the great
Chicago and Boston fires, a lact which
speaks loudly in their favor. The instruc
tions to agents in every cise is to find out
speedily the amount of any loss by fire
in which they are interested, and pay it
to Ihe last farthing. These arc the com
panies iu which to insure. Mr. Julius
Gradwohl is the accommodating agent for
both com'. nines in this city, to whom all
should apply who desire to insure in
Unrficl'l and Arthur.
There wi.'l he a meeting ot Republicans
held at Bishop's Hill, Brownsville, on
Saturday (to mo.Tovv), October 2d. 18S0, at
half past three o'clock p. si., for the pur
pose of perfecting the organization ot a
Garfield and Arthur Club. A!l persons
interested shiuld remember that "eternal
vigilance is the price of liberty," and that
we still spell "Nation with a big "X."
Let there be a large attendance. This
call is made at the request of
The I.mc Daniel Brlng-le.
Another pioneer is taken from pa by
death. Mr. Daniel Biingle having departed
this life at the ripe old age of 79 years, on
Friday of last week. He was buried on
the following day. He had been a resi
dent of Oregon for many years, and had
many friends who will sincerely mourn
the loss of a true and upright man. Peace
to his ashes.
The Democratic torchlight and process
ion Monday nijjht. was a creditable affair
The "old stiffs" were not allowed to run
it, but a better class of men were in pro
cession. And the boys deserve credit for
the orderly conduct ot the w hole affair.
If the programme of of Monday night is
carried out during the rest of the campaign,
we shall not be compelled to chronicle
any more disgraceful conduct similar lo
that ot Friday night last.
Central Meat Starstet.
Central Meat Market, under tlie super
intendence ot Mr. J. R. Herren, is getting
a fine run of custom. Mr. Herren is a
vetdran in the business, gives down
weight, deals sauarely with all, and ot
course has scores of fast friends who stand
by him through thick and thin. Success
to J. R. Herren and Central Meat Market.
See new card.
County Fair commences next Wednes
day. Send in the big wheat, oats, fruit
and vegetables, not forgetting the luscious
fruit, preserves, cake, as well as needle
work, plain and fancy. Let's have one
grand old fair that will be a real credit to
ar0eld and Hancock.
The fight between Garfield and Han
cock will Ire a bitter and determined one,
and how it will end no one can foretell, but
Jflyoiiemn foretell the results of a fight
between the worst case of backache or
kidney complaint and the Oregon Kidney
Tea. The latter never fails to conquer.
The President's Vialt. i
President and Mrs. Hayes, Gen. Sher
man, ex-Goy. Ramsey, and the large num
ber accompanying them.Jreached in'- tlty a
few minutes after 11 o'clock A. M of Thurs
day, by special train from Roseburg. j By
previous arrangement. Mayor D. G. Clark,
attended by the City Council, were on
hand to receive the President and escort
him fo the balcony of the hotel at the
depot, where stationed the Ladies' Cornet
Baud and Mechanics' Brass Baud, both ot
which united in rendering some splendid
music for the occasion. The Mayor form
ally tendered to President Hiyes, In a
neat ? peech, the congratulations of our
people and the freedom of the city, when
Gov. Thayer stepped forward and intro
duced the President to the people of Linn
county, when cheer after cheer went up
irom tlie vast throng assembled to do him
honor. The President then made a neat
little speech to which the closest attention
was paid throughout, and lu-tily cheered
at its clo-e. Ex-Gov. Ramsey was then
introduced, and although he said lie was
too hungry to make a speech, yet he, too,
inaile a most excellent talk. Gen. Sher
man was then introduced, and the old
veteran made one of his cliaractei istic
spceclies. In the mean lime Mrs. Hayes
had been inducted to come upon Ihe bal
cony and be introduced fo the hundreds of
ladles present who desired to ee tlie lady
who-had done so much for tlie cause of
temperance while acting as mistress of the
White House. Mayor Clark gracefully
introduced Mrs. Hayes, and then, after
the cheering had subsided, presented her,
with the compliments of the Ladies" Cor
nett Band of Albany, a handsome bouquet.
Tlie narty then retired to tlie dining room
where an elegant dinner was served. We
noted among the party Hon. M.C. George
Congressman elect, lion. Richard Williams,
ex-Uov. Git.bs, Gov. Thayer, Secretary of
State Eaihart, ex-Mayor Newburv, ot
Portland, Cy. Dolph, Esq.. several mem
bersot the Legislature, aud others whose
names we can not now call to mind. The
train left about five minutes before noon.
Instead of this condensed notice we should
have greatly preferred to have given a
full report of the speeches made, etc., but
time prevent--. In conclusion we can only
add tnat the Ladies' Cornet Band received
numerous compliments upon their music.
Mrs. Hayes made special Inquiries regard
ing them, and the entire party seemeu pleas
ed with the hearty reception given them
by our. people. There was but one person
who forgot common polilenes3 by yelling
two or three times for Hancock, but as
the entire assembly seemed to excuse him
on account of his pure ignorance, no harm
was done. We are rather proud of our
people, and Albany has again proved itself
worthy ot tne flattering encomiums here
tofore heaped upon her by aH visitors.
Hie Uoldeu Inys ot You 111.
The other d-ty we received a paper
from away down in Esrypt," nr boy
hood's home. How it brought up the old
times when we hunted blackberries and
wade? In Silver creek with Cleopatra
Matilda Ann and her handsome tedheaded
sister. Priscilla Italia. Then, later, dur
ing the ling winter evenings, how we
congregated around the big rockbuilt fire
place, cracking hazelnuts and she! barks
and gruberpees for Fan, and filling in the
hours with "pleased or displeased." Then
the cuidy-pn!ling, the quilting bees, the
corn shuckines lewhiz. Then the tre-
mend u fight with Xew t Pace, the next
day, because kissed his "gal" when order
ed to "go to Rome " And in the summer.
how we used our "influence" with tlie
hoys not to I look widder Massey's melons
and prevailed on 'em. She had two
s:ich swer-t girls ! And how we used to
go to Sunday School so regnlarlv everv
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock ; and bow
regularly, some mornings, we didn't go
all the same ; and how we used to imitate
Washington, with our little hatchet always
In sight ; and how, at school, we were al
ways head of the class, when we were not
occupying some other position ; and how
affectionately old Tanner used to go for
ns, and how we loved him : and in fict.
the recollection of the "halcyon" days of
youth come swelling up hy the volume, and
we could write a book, if we had time.
God bless the old liome and the friends of
A large attendance greeted Mrs. Powell's
grand opening of new fall and winter
styles of millinery yesterday, the hand
some store being thronged with fair ladies
nnt.II late in the day. The room, under
the hands of Mrs. Powell and M!s
French, was tastily and handsomely decor
ated, and the large show-window filled In
such manner as to show off the hats,
bonnets, millinery, etc., to the best advan
tage. The new styles are elegant, and the
ladles are keeping the lady attendants
busy In filling their orders. It Is he finest
display we have ever seen in the city.
Handsome and Stylish.
Mr. W. R. Graham, our Mei-chant
Taylor, has received a lot of as handsome
cloth for gentlemen's suits, as can be had
in any market. They are the latest fall
styles, arid he will make suits that fit, look
well and will wear, at unusually lo
price?. If you desire a perfect fit in the
latest style at a small expenditure of coin,
don't fail to call on Graham, next doer
westot the Register office.
Ust or Letters,
Uncalled tor and remaining in the Post
office in this city for tlie week ending
Sept. 30th, 1880: .
Armstrong. Jessie Mendenhnll,Margaret
Ad kins, J F Meyer, A
Biemann. Diedilch Righy, F
Cusick, James Sperry, John
Davidson, Carter L Smelcer. S
Grant, Robt Taylor, Wm
Jones, H. T. W. Williams. Adda
P. II. RAYMOND, P. M.
ban County Council,
Linn County Council P. of H., will
hold Its next session at Jordan Vallev on
the first Saturday, the 2d day. of Citobc,
n. v. t uw ELL, Sec.
We are Informed by ihe Vice President
of the' Oregon Pacific Railway Co. Mr.
Nash, that the contracts tor Iron, etc., for
the load, will be made for the delivery of
said material at a period not later than
April, 1 SSI. so that the work of construct
ion may commeuoo early in the Spring.
The first work that will engage the atten
tion of the Company, will be the con
struction of proper wliarv63, etc., at
Yaquina Bay, preparatory to receiving the
material, locomotives flat ad olher cars
for the road. As the building ot one hun
dred and thirty miles of road have a! ready
been contracted for. to be completed dur
ing 1881, there will he no foolishness but
the work will be pushed with the utmost
vigor. Tlie intention is. as we remarked
last week, to commence the work at the
Bay and come this war. The road will
pass through Corvallls, cross the Willam
ette at that point, aud come straight to
this city. From here it will pass on to
Lebanon, thence on out over the mountain
road. This Is the present plan, at least.
We were mistaken last week in saying
that the O. P. Railway would connect
with Jay Gould's railroad at Boise City ;
it will canuect with au Eastern rKid. how
ever, now being built.
A Pleasant 1 line. '
Mr. Virgil Parker, of this city, and Miss
Mary Parker, daughter of Hon. Allen
Parker, of Caquiua Bay. were nuitcd iu
marriage at the home ot tlie bride the first
of the week, arriving in this city, their fu
ture home, on Wednesday. Tlie same
evening a large number of invited guests
assembled at the residence ot Mr. E. A.
Parker, father of tlie biidegrooin, spending
a pleasant evening and partaking of the
grandest supper imaginable It just laid
over anything in qualify, quantity aud va
riety 3t dishes. It is impossible fo do the
supper justice, and we are compelled to
fall back on the expression used by the la
mes when intending fo mean perfection.
"It was perfectly splendid." About half
past nine, the firemen, accompanied by
Mechanics' Brass Band, paid their respects
to the newly wedded, Virgli being a mem
ber of One's. Virgil came to the front,
made a little speech, invited the boys in,
caked, sodaed and cigared ail round, and
was duly congratulated by his brother
firemen. It was a very pleasant occas'on
to all. and Mr. Parker and his handsome
wife have the best wishes ot hosts ot friends
tor their continued happiness and unbound
IIomlir of Hook and lMti.r Trnebs -Anuunl
Hull of llimk and Lad
der t'oull:iny o. 1.
On Thursday, Octolier 7th, Hook and
Ladder Co. No. 1 of this city will receive
their handsome apparatus from the city,
duly presented by the Mayor, attended by
the City Couucil, when they will be housed
In due form. The entire Fire Department
wid turn out and aid iu the ceremony.
I. C. Dickey will act as Chief Marshal,
with D. B. Monteith and I . n. Davis, As
sistants. The Department will march out
to the depot of the O. & C. Railroad, start
ing at about 11 a. St., meeting and escort
ing the several companies from Saiem and
other points, who are expected on the noon
train, back to the city when the ceremonies
will take place. After the "housing," a
lunch will be set for invited and invited
guests at One's house. In the evening a
ball will be given by the nook and Lad
derCo. at the Opera House. Tickets,.f 1 50.
Fox, nanm A Co.
One of the strongest and oldest dry goods
houses in this city is that of Fox, Baum &
Co. They carry an Immense stock ot
goods In the way of dry goods, clothing,
groceries, boots, shoes, l.ats, caps, etc, etc.
and from a perfect understanding of the
wants of our people, gained by long years
of experience, are enabled to offer for the
Inspection of old and new patrons, tlie
choicest ot fall and winter goods specially
adapted aud purchased to meet their wants.
An inspection will prove all that has been
stated in their handsome advertisement, on
the first. iage of this issue, we think ; and
a cordial invitation is extended to all to
call at their store and examine goods and
prices. And wliile there take a look at
the telephone connecting the store with the
Court House it is a novelty to many.
Strangers visiting our city should not
fail to make themselves acquainted with
the attractions of L. E. Blaiu's Clothing
House, in Foster's Block, where a large
assortment of seasonable Clothing, Fur
nishing Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes, for
Men and Boys, are always on display.
This house has rare facilities for procuring
the very best of Ready made Clothing, and
yet sold at prices much below what it
would cost to buy the cloth and have them
made to order. The proprietor extends a
cordial welcome to all visitors to the
County Fair, whether they purchase or
pot, as he desires that the superior quality
of his Clothing, and the moderate prices,
should be widelv known.
Bore Klec Voods.
Mrs. Parrlsh tailed to get all tlie hand
Rome millinery goods ordered, but still the
display at her new place yesterday was
good enough, and orders came in fast.
She will receive full supplies in a day or
two, and will keep her stock full and com
plete during the season, and will sell at
prices that will astonish those patronlzinn
Call and see, ladies.
rn this city, at the resilience of Mr. S. G
James, on the 27th of September, 1880. bv
Rev. Isaac Dillon, Mr. t. W. Clay and
Miss Euuice Falrclo all of Llun county.
At St, Paul's M. E. Church South, this
city, Sept. 29, 18S0, by Rev. T. B. White,
rank -A. Bnrkhart and Miss Sarah E.
Smith all of Linn comity. Oregon.
May the cup of joy be always full to
overflowing with Frank and Sarah.
At the residence of Mr. J. S. Dtckerson.
Sept. 30. by Rev. Isaac Dillou, Mr. Nel
on D. Conn and Miss Florence Combs,
all ol Liiiijcoimty. :
' Grand Repul
A grand torchlight pi
auspices ot the Garfield .
of this city, will be givei- .
next. llou. Geo. H. W
present and make a speech
Judge Williams is one ot' -wheel
horses of the RepublU
has few equals and no snpe.
rostrum. The various Garlic!
Clubs in this and Benton com
vited and expected lo be with u
part in the procession. ' Both
bands will be secured for the ot
intention being to give a chance !
Republican in the whole country
part with as and liar an oldfft
whoojMip. Tlie ladies, too, are e
and cordiayy invited to take part
processioii. And won V we have
time ! Don't let anything but i
illness prevent every Republican in
ting in an appearance on tlie oca
Come one, come all.
Get your spectacles at French's. "
The Albany Express now runs tlwoi
to Lebanon. Time 40 minutes.
Heavy night togs first of the week
more like a rainfall.
Mrs. Foshuy was ; buried on- Fridaj
Funeral at the Baptist Church by Elde.
Repairing watches, clocks and Jewelry a
specialty, at French's. . Charges very
moderate. . ' :
Wheat is gradually getting up to n
figure at which our farmers can sell and
not be losers.
See Fox. Baum fc Co.'s unge advertise
ment. Liberal men always patronize tlw
printer. It pays. -
We have received complimentary to the
Fall Meeting at State Fair grounds.
Full assortment of watches, clocks and
jewelry at F. M. French's.
Four of the Presidential party ai rived;
in Portland on Sunday tveulnz per
steamer, to-wit : Hon. Alex. Ramsey,
Sec. oi War ; Co'. Thoa. F. Barr, U. S.
A., and Mr. Ruthtord Hayes, jr.
The special train to meet President
Hayes aid irty went to Roseburg en,
Mrs. Parks has received her Fall and
Winter styles ol Millinery, etc., it U superb,,
as all the ladies say.
F. M. Dannals continues to, turn out
handsome Furniture, at prices that all can,
afford to invest. .
Tlie immense Stock of Goods, all shades
varieties, qualities and prices, at Mcll-.
wain's, cojtinues to attract crowds ot
Call at F. M. French's.
You can get Fresh Oysters or a good,
sqnuare meal ut Mady's, at any time.
Mrs. J. H. Bnrkhart, Mrs. C. P. Btirk-.
hart, and Mr. H. Flindt, on Thursday
started for the Eastern States, on a visit.
Mrs. J. H. Bnrkhart will probably remain
nqtll Spring. We wish them a pleasant
Mr. Crill Burkhart lias so lar recovered
as to be able to ride into tlie city from his
home just beyond the city limits.
Mi. Albert Haffenden. of Roseburg
spent a portion of the week hi the city.
Representative S. A. Dawson was In tlie-
city on Tuesday.
Hook and ladders propose to "house"
on the 7th.
It Is expected that both bands will play
for the torchlight procession Monday
The Tow-Path Inyinclbies have ordered
uniforms, and will secure them by Mon
day if possible.
The Express made its first trip to Leba
i-.on Wednesday night, bringing quite a.
sprinkling of Lebanon folk Thursday
The heavy fogs in the early morn are
equal to a good rainfall.
There is a red-headed girl up town who.
ought to dye. v. '.
Messrs. W. 8. Peters awl E F. Sox
have put chased the interest of Mayor
D. G. Clark iu the hardware business, and
will hereafter boss the enterprise. We are
not advised as to the purpone of Mayor.
Clark, but think he will probably go else-.
where on account of his wife's health.
We shall be sorry to lose so prominent, -useful
and estimable a citizen as our
Mayor has proven himself to be.
A Fmrmnt Breath aud Pearly Teeth
Are easily obtained by cleansing your teeth
daily with that jnstly popnlar dentlfrice,SOZO
DOKT. Composed ot rare an l Inept lo herbs, tt
irn purls whiteness to the teeth, a delicious aro
ma to the breath, and preserves intact, from
voiitli to old aire, the teeth. Acidltv of thai
stomach will destroy the strone-est teeth nnlesa
Its effects are counteracted with BOZODONT.
and this pure tooth-wash protects the Cental
surfaces by removing every impurity that ad
here, to theinu Ask your uruug 1st lor BOZO
- Titus Bros.
Have just received n large Invoice of
gold and silver watches and jewelry, ot
the latest designs. Also have for sale thn
New Home scwintr machine, nunnbn.
tured since the expiration of ns tents nn
sewing machines, and combines the good
qualities or leading machines. Call and
DR. G. WILLIS PRICE,'
OFFICE in Odd Fellows' Temple. Albany.
Oregon. All work carefully performed, and "
reasonable an is consistent with good work
Dr. O. W. Uray.
Dentist. Albany, Oregon. Office iu Fos
ter's brick block, up stairs, at large bay
window. Prices in proportion to time and
material consumed. . 11-34
A Ilia ( Mlaop.
FRCP 1VILI.KRT is now established in his
new tro-ato.y wagon and blacksmith shop,
nn Second street opposite 8. E. Young's ware
house, where he ia prepared to do all kinds of
blacksmithlnfr, repairing of backs, wajrons,
etc He also inu on hand, and will continue
to manufacture, hacks and tmffloa, which will
be sold at tlie lowest possible figures on reason
able teraia. DovliniS :
' wtMxetrurw. :
Dr. BV K. PaUSElZ has Watea la
Altmny for tlae praetlee or ensstry
All work wnrrssted. Onire In Ptturrlstt
1 bck. comer first and ferry ata.