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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1880)
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Albany, : : Oregon.
Ill 21 tig Ugistn.
ALBANY, OREGON, OCT. 15, 1880.
Court October , Term.
Linn County Fair opened 111 Wctneday
of Inst wk. ending Saturday afternoon.
Tin Fair w- a success financially, and the
Society i encouraged ti future efforts in
tin- h tcresf of :lie people. The showing
Also, every variety of cemetery nml otberstone
tl.--. wit Ll nciltllcSS 1111U UlsCHlell. JV.H-l-1:. I
L.ii.ntii (rivn iniinlt-rs -eni fliiv ntl't of tile
kiuia.nii vLliiisriim Territory, liy mail or oib-
lerwise.ana promptly lorwarneu. jo n..
JOHN BRINGS i - .
skis 5amu3i h. x oun?
TAKVTftls' OPPORTUNITY TO INF
hlsirlemts and tbe public generally.
liuw aettieuin n
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
t, the oi l stand next door-o P.C. Harnei A Co .
wtaere can be found a (Treat an assortment and
lance a stock of
.seen be found In a..y one bouse thin side of
.'rtlaud, and ai a
LOW J1MC .
Cttstlren, BrttM A- Enameled
In ureal variety. Also,
eva on band. n.l mad.: to order. AT LIV
Sti V. A fKS.
sjliany. October M. lSV5v8
First street, S doors west of Ferry',
U0LAC-I3S3 & GST'S, Prop's.
Ii now receiving his
8jlx s s v
stock of Mercban'li-e. consist -nsr of
-I .. 1
etc., etc., etc.
H keep constant ly on hand all kinlsof M-nts
-the very best to lie obtained 1" the mm !. t -I
will strive at all time to meet the ' "r
... .- r...r .. oritii their patrotiase.
, .,i . n,me:l to cull a: ie
h "pPwne.. R wwn. of meat-. e3PThv hUhe-t
sash arloe ri'l for PORK. ' "l
Nw iioud ! ew Uejianure !
MRS. O. L. PARKS.
HAVING PURCHASED TI1K MILI.INKEY
Store lalelv owne.l ly Mrs. t.. P. Iiavi nir.l
taavmx jo.taJ.W there.oa new tnvoimsoflate
Ch3ic9 St-illiaary, Trimia?s,
Rnnn'ot. Hato. takes plen-mrc in lnyi;iitf
taeialieoi Albany and vicinity to t-iili a jt
lasnnrt for itemwlft. All atx-ls will lie sold
Having inrr 1 the services of a first ciass
lam prewired to cut, tit. and timke Grew in
any stylo desired, at short no; ice and in asatis
factori manner. . .
Hjn-'Xlcii," irio'iiln, forchil'rena'wc:iilty
ktoreoa a-r!h side of First. east of Ellsworth
.treat. V invited o call. f p ARKS
srrir duttg .stob.
Corner rirst aati Ells-s-ort-. sts.,
Has airalii taken ch.ire of ih
. City Drug Store,
bavins: pnrehased the entire interest of V.
Shaw.saecessor to A Carothers Co . and ir.
now receiving a
Splendid lTo7 Stock,
wklch. added to the former, renders it very
empleta la all the different departments,
fr-aelinx assured that all can lm suited in lot li
Quality ea Price,
cordially Invites hi old fnend,aid cin-tom-rs
to ive hiia a call.
rHlreeel-olmm.liatand c refill atten.ion
all k-n, 4sy muA !
fSr Pare Wines and Liquor tor medlcina
parpoaea. R. SAlsXMAKSII.
Oct. C T7-vie ;
' T71LA2ffiTTS ,
ISaay cf tlissc gco&3 are Tsouglit
for CASH, and are FIP-ST
CLASS GOODS 2To Tras.
ad -vTill bo sold at pop-alar
St-pt. 17 -n51vl2m
King of the Blood
Cures all Scrofulon affection and disorders result
ins; from Impurity of the blood. It is needless to
specif j nil, a. the sufferer cun usually perceire their
cause; but Salt Hheum, rimplet, UUr ruster.
Goitre, Swelling, 4c c, are the most common, a
well as many affections of the Heart, 2jfs4. Xtver
Wonderful Cars of Bllninest.
D. Bassom, 8o A Co. : For the benefit of all
troubled with Scrofula or Impnn Blood tn thsir
systems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood.
I have been troubled with Scrofula for the past tan
years, which so affected my eyes that I was com
pletely blind for six months. I was recommended
to try Kins; of the Blood, which has proved a rrsst
blessine; to me, as it has completely cured me, and
I cheerfully recommend it to all troubled as I hava
been. Yours truly,
Mas. S. WEATHaabow. Sardinia, N. T.
ii m tt fi
will be paid to any Public Hospital to be mmtu
slly agreed upon, for every certificate of this zasdi
sizie published by us which is not genuine.
To show our faith in the safety and excellence of
the K. B., upun proper personal application, when
satisfied that no imposition is intended, we will
rive the names of all its ingredient., by affidavit.
The above offer were never mnde before by the pro
prietor of any other Family Medicine in the world.
Many testimonials. further information, and
full directions for using will be found in the pam
phlet "Treatise on Diseases of the Blood," in
which each bottle isenelosed. Price $1 per bottle eon
jpininr 14 ounces, or 1 to 50 doses. Sold by drue
Xa. li. IlAjisoM.fcSoa Co., Frop'rs. Buffalo. J.Y
P. WOOD & 00
Or ad Stones,
Til3 Xcr Tzlka,
Suss fsr G&r&ca, 7otLr.taia.s,
and all kinds of work dope In R one.
Aswacotonr msrT3v dire"t fiwsjn Jlie rjnnrw
rias, and have It wk-cK-d with i art-, ae din
aara sustomm t h
lirouliont was tM-edltalile. tmiklng np In
qua'ity wlmt It lmkel In quantity, we
Int. -mini to I'liMlli tlie tiv.rd of premiitma
entire in this Ispue. liiit nr nimble to do so
for Vuk ot nffii help. However, we give
lielow a ifiin1enef 1 re.ort of tlie F:iir.wliieh
wp hoie will provo ntisf;irfory :
The trhlts of sptttl wire e.-iier-ilty !tioi;
flier- were lnnt . tliiity lmr-- i alteiid
nnee. O'l Wc.liied:i y Ml 1 P M llieiv was
a nice It 'tween Ri-kfs - t Ini't s" t.nd
r.!-n. Miner's "Ktiell." tl ! ttt. v ?,.;ting
whv with tlie tiirs of 100.
ft. 0-0 . . .1.... -a t..-(!it.i- r:!('i' 5"
lit 3. f-r 3-y-ar '!-:. tor ?HKI i nve .
Simpson ei-'ered -Tc imv I.infl' : J R.
Snwver Ju ne J ..-e. n:il E. M. Dudley
"l!lv V."'i " -'iiiiv l."i!d won in two
slrnislit !i- at -.
The cl ies ball mitcii between tbe Or.
vnliis and AMwhy ti-riin t off- iT.nrsdnv
:t 9 A M.. anil was won by AHkuiv te'im.
Al 1 o'rToe'a. tlie pin -e of $75 for T.inii
C :nnty l'orsi-s was won lie I. Hudson's "Se
lini " At 2:3). trt!bir. 2 in X fur lliree
y-tiro''-. jii'r-i- 100. V'm. Gird e"'err-d
S-ni Itf.-I."' O. F. Simtven "fennv
I.ind." CiniHt y B;ir:;e "R.ili Hoy." IJ.ih
ItoV won ),-. t wo ftruiijbl hi-ats
On Fblv fSi-ii. Jllil let's "Kn-si-U" rim
njrabist I:i-U-t! "Alice Mi JC.-e" lor tin
S100 piirs mi'e il isli. and w is fl-ixed. At
1 P !. tbe rnniiii'sr rtiert mile i!:!-b. for 2
vi-.ii o'ls. f!10 purse, was won by Basket's
'De Clmtes.'' .lo. 'l'a lor' Hastli gs"
contest it: je. At 2:30 came off tlie trolling
for I.bm eoimtv b.ore. with three entries i
-Ki,h Rov. Kit'ie T.Imii and Sim Heed
tbe TP's! tiaUH'd itiiib in two slraigbt
At 1 P M. S i!.l!!'ii:iy-t acre w;js a wo? "e
twe-o Mit!-r"s "liu-ll f'o'emait" mul
Basket's -I-s Chutes," tor $250. In which
the former was dista need. At 2:30 trotting
for all tor $200. "Florence E" took first
money, 'reinpet" second.
H. C. Powell carried off five premium
on Jersey cattle, and A. S. Powel! tvo on
There was some fine horses, probably the
largest number ever exhibited, and many
premium were awarded.
There was an excellent showing in sheep.
Messrs. Thes. Fmman. C. P. Burkharr. D.
M. Guthrie. N. P. Paine and T. B. Price
being tbe principal exhibitors.
John West, of Marion, took 15 premi
um on swine, principally Berkshire. C.
P. Bnrkbart was awarded lliree premiums
in fl-e stme cla--..
Ximroil Pa-ne was awarded premiums
T. C. Baker got premiums on white vel
vet wheat, potatoes and yellow com.
Joe Meeker obtained premiums on cab
bage, hefts and potatoes.
George Hughes on Sonoia wheat and
I. H. Towiieend on pea, onions, toma
toes, tsmiiflower. water and musk melons
bis display was unusually large and ex
Geo. Lnper. premium on white winter
R. Ij. Smith, on carrots ami white lieans.
A. Hale, on water melons and squashes.
W. Boyne, on Club wheat.
VY. M. Powers, on niangh-s.
T. B. Price, f.n Golden Chaff wheat.
C. I'. Btirkliarf. en while, man inoili.
fili. while velvet, and Sonera wlie.it. buvk-
beal. timolhy eed antl inrl potalot-s.
Mrs. J. F. Backetisto. on U-ets and car
Mrs. Jason Wheeler, tor llie best I. utter.
In home work there was a large iiundier
of premiums, tlie ladies receiving tbe larg
et litimlier of preiiiinios K it g Mesdanic
John Irving. I.. J. Powell. O. iMoWatn.B.
W. C'nudifr. N.O. lazier. VV .C.Twewlale.
F. M. nee.fieM. M. .1. Mclli fly an.1 Miss
Tlit-re was a givwl iHsplay ot works of
art. Mis. I.u'h Sharp and .1. F. Brown
exhibited several oil painting of merit.
Miss Sharp some handsome crayons, while
Mrs. O. A- Plummet- exhibited a beautiful
specimen of pen drawing ; Mr. Rcdfield
and Mrs. Col ten some fine zephyr work.
Mesdame W R. Cannon. M. E. nen-
driekson, J. F. Eackensto and Mi Kfhe
ReeJ were tbe principal exbibttors of pre
serves, canned truit. pickle, etc.
In the department ot fruit' and wines.
Mrs. K. ElUius and A . AV . s .Gsirdon took
premiums on apples ; C. P. Burklmrt on
pears ; John Meeker. II. U. liudd. O. K.
Reed, on iiUluis; Bmkhart o:i graic.s; W .
M.Powe.sou current wine; -Mrs. J
Backeusto on pear, piuni and tomato but
ter. MesiaiuiS Backensto. M. E. Alexan
der. X. B. Sprcnger sind Khoda A. Smith
were awarded premiums m dried fruit.
A splendid display ot Plummer dried
fruit was made by the agent of the Orval
lis Fruit Co.. G. V. Sill.
The show in the mechanical deaj tnient
was small. IJ. B-.M and N. Wliealdon
each secured premiums on their grain sep
arators. There were other premiums for
plows, harrows, pump, etc.
Fred Willert hail wine splendid hacks
ant buggies on exhibition tliat were uni
Tlie premium offerext for the best eques
trienne was contested for by Misses Belle
Cannon, Amelia and M lllie Berry and Mrs.
H. 8. Crowder. Tlte Misses Berry carried
off tlie first and second premiums.
The petition ot John Nickles for change
Id county road was dismissed.
Bill of J. T. Williams for building bridge
across Thomas creek at Officer's ford, as
per contract, $300. allowed.
Petition ot citizens for bridge across
slough near Joseph Hamilton's, granted.
Bill of costs in eise ot Archie Clark;
allowed a follows : Hewitt, $3 ; Haven,
$5 20; Hunt, t'2 10.
Bill of costs in case of James Tarply
Sundry lees in the case of Frank Cou-p-ar
; Thomas Jeol SI 50. H. H. Hewitt
5, R. E. Harmon $ 1 50. Chts. Pfeifcr $1
60. A. Hunt 2. J. L. Halter 3 50.
Bill of costs in cass ot John Oil I I.J.
Charlton, 3 ; J. I.. I la Her. 1 70.
I. M. Bruee wa allowed $200 mr services
as lo ' agent for the c --uiity Pn- the term
ending September 30. I ISO.
Geo. II. Kiddcll. bill lor plan a:ul s(ci-tii-atious
for bridge near Shed.l. f.15 con
tinued. Bill or J. I.. Miller fr superintending
building of bridge. $2.) allowed.
W: lit Grihani. I.Hiu.u-e on bill for tak
!ng au iiiilijienl to Porthind $1: 'J'J ai
lowel. P. II. Raymond, bili fnr stamps ai.il
.tamped eiiveloK.-s 59 17 allowed.
' Wm. K. Temple, bill for. Iiiiiibi r for
bridge, $10 11 allowed.
Mansfield & Mouteith,. bj ! lor tax book.
W. R. KirV. bili f r lumber fiii-ui-d-.ed
di-ti ict N'o. 151, $27 4-1. and ror district No.
20. $5fJ 20--both all.nve.1
1-d-JiaV S, Mason lull fur statiolierr as
;ier foiitrssct. fl"o 8.1 allow- i.l.
S. K. V 'i."g. bill fr nulse fiii-ui-hed
Mrs. M iishew'j. S niloweil
.la. R. Hen-en. bill for meat furnished
Mrs. Matthew-., fl 33 allowed.
J. I.. Nje. I i 1 for rent of boue lo Mrs
Mi.tibews. one n,oi !h, $5 aliowetl.
II. Brown, v. mul for Mis. Matthew.
i3 a lowed.
Pel it ion ot citizens tt North Browns
ville for charge ot voting place to South
lirownsx illc. continued.
Sundry fees in case tif Henry Weblier :
X. KaMsky $1 50. I. G. Jackson $1 50. II.
V. .i iih brer $1 50. Tboma Monteith
1 50 total $3 allowed.
On petition "f citizens. William l.emas
ters was appointed constable for Browns
Bill of N. B ium. $107 40 allowed.
It was ordered that T. E. Grime, supt.
Dist. No. 25, he" allowed to purchase 2.000
feet of lumber lor culverts.
C. T. Oraft was allowed $171 ti! for keep
ing paupers Cole and Soolsberry. Onler
ed Ibat lie keeji said Cole one year from
October 4. 1S0, at the rate of $200. tbe
i-r-uuly paying foi his clothing and tobacco.
J. J. Cbailton was allowed $123 75 for
wood putt based as per order of the Court.
J. J. Charlinti, for keeping prisoners,
$13 S4 sdiowed,
It. Douglas was allowed $18 10.
M. Cunningham was allowed $20 50. -L.
Flinn. one montli'a salary as County
J. ,T. Charlton, attending Court, $15.
BHcrsrssvitxE-ox the Cai.ipooia.
October 13, 1S30. 5
Ed Register : As a constant reader
of your valuable journal. I have locked in
vain lor those interesting comniun'cations
from tlii olaee over the signature of "Nar
row Gauge,' and while wi lting is r.ilhir
out of my line. I think perhaps a poor let
ter is better than none, so here goes.
C. Ellsw ick l get ling about again, but
look a though be had been taking very
large doses of anti tat remedies.
W. S. Powell hi moved into town, and
has jn-f Is-eu presented wi-.h a son feels
as proud as Lucifer.- Has also built a fine
Frank French ha started into business
on the south side ill A bra ins'- si ore building
sell-- jjrne- l ies, furnishing goods, etc.
An addition has just been built on the
south end of the railroad warehouse, and
the cVaiiinsr machinery is being pu in. A
small building has nl.-o -lieen erected near
by for the engine, and everything is being
got ready for cleaning grain. H. B. 31 oy
er is the engineer, and by the w:ty is gett
ing to lie :i good o:ie. too.
A buiidii g is now In the course of con--trucfioii
in thei-entcr of tow n. 30x70 feet,
i w.i stories high. The upper part wll? be
used by the Masonic and A O.TJ.W . socie
ties, while i he lower part will be for a el'y
ball, and it is going lo be one of the finest
buildings ,i our tnW'i. Next to it on tlie
north another building is going up now,
i-innor says tor a dry goods store.
Mr. J. F. Ves'.n.'i- has built qniie an ex
tension l bis gallery, and is also going; to
li:l in a stock ot thug--, so with the drug
-lore we now have, perhaps druggist's
good may become a drug on the market.
The six-horse power wood sawing ma
chine i very buy in our midst, cutting
slove wood, and when we hear the the bell
ot the woolen factory, and tbe shrill bias! i
ot the steam whistle of tlie saw mill, bikI
the busy carpenters at work all round us,
and the many teams on our streets, it cer
tainly looks more like business than -anything
seen here before for the past ten
Tbe lat meeting of th Blue Ribbon
Club here came near being a failure, as the
Executive Committ-.-e did not prepare any
programme, and tbe young (America. I
was going to say), hoodlums tried to run
the meeting. Several of tbe young people
here who end themselves ladies and gentle
men, took the lend in carrying on the
"fun," a they cnl'ed but I for one fail
ed to see wbete tbe noisy, disorderly, bood-loom-aclinsi
part left off and the tunny part
began. Being a parent myself, I felt very
much pained as I looked over tfie audience
A tia Accident.
As tlie two horse hack, containing Miss
Emma, George and Johnnie Gelsendorfer,
was coming into tbe city on Monday. - last,
having ; reached Lyon street near tlie
Baptist church, a singletree parted, and
falling on the hee' of the ofT-iiore. natur
ally a -kitt if h animal, frightened hi in be
yond control ot JoNmUi. who was driving,
and before you could think, the pole had
dropped from the neck-yoke and running
Into some obstruction Ihe hack was puilcd
Lebanonand we hope H maybe aa weli
attended, and end as -pleasantly as that
pi Oifitnruay evening last.
over forward, .throwing out the occupant
yirs. G. W. Dnrgiu. of
and falling upon tlmui. After dragging
them a short distance, the team became
detached and -proceeded to do some tall
traveling until An. Marshall's stable was
reached, where they were caught, uninjur
ed. Miss Emma Geisendorfcr was the
first of Ihe party to recover from the smash
up. and at once commenced looking after
her tiro! hers. Johnnie'-was all right, but
badly bruised about the face, while George
was so badly demoralized with bruises and
contusions on the right side of the face.
legs, bauds, arms and body, that he was
not conscious tor some time after the ac
cident. He was taken to the family cily
residence, where be has been closely con
fined to his room ever since. George iTas
but recently recovered from a severe
attack of typhoid fever, and this sudden
shock to a system already weakened by
disease, required all the forces of a natur
ally fine constitution to rally from it. We
hope now, however,' to see our young
friend around s again in a few days.1 as
active as ever in the cause of right. Jlis
Emma had the fortune to save her face,
but her right arm was severely lasceratetl
and the small bone of "the forearm cracked.
She hears the pain with quiet resignation-,
and is thankful that her bt others escaped
Johnnie had a pretty rough looking Moe.
but went out to tbe f irm so that the boy
couldn't get the laugh on him because of
handsome pbizniahogany. Johnnie is n
little brick. It reaily was a close call, nnd
T J left on Monday's train for her home,
areer a pleasant Visit of sotue days at Mra.'
Tpos. Montelth's ".
I L. C- Rice has moved from his residence'
l thl city to bis farm near Brownsville.
Ve are. sorry to lose so genial and enter
Wising a citizen from our midst. Succtta
Snnd health attend him anil lite.
, Gov. Gibbs made us a plessnnt cat
'yesterday. It was au anniversary dny.it
being just thirty years on that day since-
; he came to Oregou. j ! -
K v Miss Mary Goldston. who was thrown
from her horse at the Fair on Filday last,
.has recovered from the effects of the fall.
Frank French and sister went to attend"
(Mechanx's' Fair on Wednesday. Will
U probably return to day. In the meantima
our handsome friend Edwards runs the
Mr. and Mrs. I. McClung are attending
Mechanics' Fair at Portland. 5
, Gov. Gibbs' speech last night was well
received. The Court House was full as
usual. The Governor is an impressive
speaker, and retains the full attention of
his audience. . . , -
Hon. 31. C. George spoke at Lebanon. -last
night, ne was greeted .by gfiod "'i
aiulieitce. ; '- : ..'. &?i-L-.
Bin Itihlton l'itt. :
Following is the programme for the en
terfninment of thoc attetKiing the meeting .
of the Blue Ribbon Olub this evening
March By the orchestra.
,. Vocal Dtirt "See now the Moon," by
Misses Annie Powell and Laura Goltra, -
Soprano Solo -'Flight of the Birtls,"
bv Miss Bertie Eno. .
Scbottische By the orchestra. ;
Misses Tiper and Houk will preside at .
we are pleased to know that the results are I the organ. Good speakers will be provld-
ii.-ib'e to prove t les magnitude than at 1 ed. All arc welcome.
first seemed probable.
In the case ot Clin. Miller, an indigent, i Tuesday night and witnessed siU-h
Mads under Cooly s patent. Eleeant, wsy,rraee
fTil and healthful. ' BattsfactSon 'aianteed. It" r
.... - . --- t;l, Mnrters rilHlUK
tP1.a TW MniMinU nr, I a -reel TJninoti l"S??"7Zni. Ask for
. ... -. ... tbrouh ym,r dealer for a sample COIJ"',nf he
Orlerafeoin any part of the 'tafe -irottiptly ! price from IB cents to VltiO, and your orier w""
tattendetl . i Jilled bv return mail. Manufactured only by
i work warranted ns penreswned. Globe Manufacturiug Company. .
J W'rK!.'n.'"f,dan I niTTB. UTrrn & C001ET,
f. WinfOt i - - .1- 343, S4S a4l 347 rw-rfess,
At His 3rew Mtop.
Fred VCillert is now established in his
new two-sto.-y wagon and lilneksinitli shop,
iiMwinil Ht.rt oimosiiM & K. Vounas ware
house, where ne is prenareu to uo nil ainas oi
bliiuksinitliin-f, repah-linf of bucks, aaaona,
etc. lie also has on hand, and will continue
in mnnnfoetnrc. backs and biisuiea. wblch will
be sold at the lowest, possible flgurea on reason.
able terms.. sjjvijjuij
it was onlered that R. Caiter bire a man
to slay wiih him and pay him not to ex
ceed $2 per day, and report at next term
Harvey SKeels. house rent for Davidson,
f IS tilloutd $12, and ordered that the
county w ill pay no more rent in this case.
F. M. Smith and Dr. W. Ballard, tor
taking care of J. W. St ah! and iloctor's
bill. 57 disallowed.
31. Thompson & Co.. for lumber furnish
ed district No. 19. $4 43 allowed.
J. A. Crooks was allowed to purchase
10.483 feet of lumlK-r for bridges on HeeiiHii
slough and Alphin creek."
Resignation of J. II. Crooks, supervisor
ot di-tiict No. 4. was ai-cc ted, and A. J.
Conner appointed in his stead.
J. L. Gilbert was allowed $150. three
month".-- services as Supt. Schools.
C. II. Hewitt wa allowed $45 tor plans,
etc . for three bridges.
Hcnrv Stow was oidered to rennir
hiiege across the Saiitiiiin at an expense !
Tlie plan, etc.. lor three bridges, made
by t". II. Hewitt, were accepted by llie
Me-sts. C. II. Hewitt and Enoch Holt
were appointed lo supei intend the letting
of contract for building bridge I'.ee.r Harris
burg ; C. II. Hewitt and Geo. H. Riddle
for bridge near Hamilton's and ihnt tbe
coTuity reserves the right to reject any and
In the matter of bridge nt Sbedd. order
ed that tbe county furnish tb lumber,
bobs nnd spikes, i-d that the district per
form llie labor, oik! that the bridge be
built according to tbe plans and specifica
In the matter of boot and socks for
Ilolcomb, a pauper, ordered that J. B.
Potter purchase saiil articles amj bring in
bill to the Court. . ,'
C. H. Ilc-t was appointed to let tlie
contract for repairing, Calipooia bridge
to lowest responsible bidder.
Dr. Kelly wa ordered to give proper
attention to young East, lurui-h medicine.
and bring In bill.
In the matter of building a vault for
Clerk's ofnea, tlie Court ordered ihe same
built. The coi. trait for. the brick work
was given to Clark & Davis, tlie lowest
bidder, for $750.
The proposition of H. IT. Hewitt and
H. Bryant to ascertain what property has
not been assessed prior to the last assess
ment, and make a list of same, and place
in the hands ot the Sheriff, they lo receive
one-third of money brought into tlie treas
ury thereby, was accepted.
J. J. Blair was allowed $10 76 for lum-.
lT furnished road district No. 1. , :
A- F. Cherry's bid ot 5c per. pound for
iron furnished for vault nas-necepled, the
amount not to exceed 0.000 Mnnds.
The Sheriff wa Instructed to levy npon
tlie prr.-erty of all delinquent laxiayers.
The County Clerk was authorized to pur
chase au inside -.butter, and superintend
the erection of the vault. a'J contracts for
same to be made in writing.
It was ordered that $5 per week bo al
lowed for keeping the two ch'ldreii of Mrs.
Rt el CuBter uiitll iiexf Mrm of Court.. ;
shameful proceedings on the part of the
young ieople of our place ; liow I did wi-d:
tliat all their parpnts could have set in that
hall and witnessed tiie whole proceedings,
instead f reinaiiitng at home as rnost ol
I hem ditl on that oci-aion, ar.d when, dur
ing the week. I mentioned the matter to
some of Ihem. they said "why did not llie
Club have Ihem arrested?" Now. JSr.
Editor. I will ask it we must have the Mar
shal attend a respectable meeting of tbe
temperance people of this place, or have it
broken up in litis manner? Will the par
ents and friends of temperance mostly stay
at home to such an extent that Iheir cbild
leii can run a meeting that must have noth
ing but the strong arm of the law to pre
lect it. or give up to this rousth element?
If the giving of a license to one saloon in
our town makes it necessary to have the
Marshal present at a tei:nran-e nfceiiug.
what will it be it we have more of them.
as many people ee-.n to think will' soon be
tbe case ? But. a Narrow Gauge would
all him. "our friend. J. B. "does not agree
with n on Ibis subject. He said in the
opening ot bis g'eat speech not long ago.
that be had heard it reported that be went
to that meeting to break it up. but such.be
said wa net the east;. I am sincerely ot
the opinion that that long-winded oratori
cal effort ot J. B.'s had more to do with
llie breaking np of this Club than all things
else put. together. He also alluded to
some resolution reported on that evening
to the Club a refeir'mg to himself. The
resolutions were simply drawn np to de.
dare or say wivit were the duties ot per
son a. member of the Club wa it po
sible with him that a guilty conscience
needs no accuser ? lie alsa said that we
need not try to rut: him. etc. .As a public
servant I say . we iiave a right to discuss his
act, and simply because we do not endorse
ihem it certainly Hive, not become bint to
say tliat we are running him or trying lo
run him. -Narrow Gauge"" truly says
"actions speak louder than wotds."
In sneaking of the.amount of liquor sold
by J. B.. I find that there has been more
obtained at hi drug store than be told n
thai night. Abont a bottle being taken out
of his store ai d the money being left on tbe
counter, he said these words as near as I
can remember : "Some Jieoplc may ct.ll
that argument rather thin, but it is a tact,
and you can make tbe most ot it." Com
ment i unnecessary. I bad intended to
say more abont that speech, but find my
paper too small. Yon may perhaps hear
again from Bixe Ribbon.
.1st ol JTnrora for ttie October Term of
A.Montgomery, firmer, Stio.
Mat. Scott, farmer. Center.
P. H. Wigle. farmer, Hnrrisburg.
Geo. Davis, farmer, Halsey.
C. F. 3fiist, larmer. Lebanon.
A. Salt marsh. farmr. Lebanon.
C. R. Wheeler, tel operator. Sbedd.
Wm. Rumbaugh. clerk. Albany.
J. B. Harris, farmer. Qarrisbnrg.
Caleb Gray, f irmer. Halsey.
Robert Glas, merchant, Crawfordsvllle.
B. P.urtenshaw. farmer. Sautiam.
John Carnes. farmer. Waterloo.
A n.lerson Deckard. farmer, Albany.
W. W. Charlton, firmer. Sautiam.
D. 3IcClain, larmer, Harrisburg.
Henry Pcnl.and. hotel keeper. Halsey.
S.J. Archibald, larmer. Center.
F. 31. Kiser, farmer. Harrisburg.
B. Chapman, real estate agent. Albany
M. Shakelford, farmer. Brush Creek.
T. B. sinrenger. farmer, Sbedd.
Henry Clark., mason, Albany.
Thames Baldwin, farmer, Fuiiklin Butte.
C II. Ralston, farurer. Lebanon.
Felix O'TooIe. capita'isf, Alliany.
D. C. Cnrrie. farmer. Sbedd.
Alex. Brandon, farmer. Center.
J. Altbouse. warehouseman, East Albany
Geo. F. Simpson. merchant. East Albany.
Archey Monteith. miller. West Albany
list or Letter,
Uncalled for and remaining In the Post'
office in this city for the week ending'
Oct. 14th, 18S0 :
N tchols. Fannie
Huffman. Jas W
Hustis, Geo L
Kel-ev. Miss Elbl
RAYMOND, V. M-
The police found two coat and a leather
vallce on Monday evening,' Oct. 4th. The
ownei can obtain the same by calling oh'
the Marshal -and proving properly.
In this city. October 12. 11 380. bv "E. T.
Haven, J. P. Mr Gi'beit 31. Luper nnd
Miss D. B. Redman all of this county.
October 13th. in this city, by E. !"..-
Haven. J. P.. 3fr. C. C. Parker and JlUa
Mary 31. Marshall all of Li un county.
AinlrewK' Km stir tor October..
appears a nsual. sparkling with good fhingtr
a.timirau:y anapteil to the season. lr we
are codipetent to judge, tbe new Fall styles
are very handsome. . 'ihe - nronrietor of
tbi favorite Lady 'a Paper is active and
unfirir.s in hringlno; out iipw attre'tlons ;-,
i be splendid offers he make to his sub
scribers an; really wonderful wiiett we'
consider the low price, only One Dollar'
per year, at which tlie Jiazar Is turtiislied.
in sheu t. husmess energy of ihe light kind
i iirooiibt to hear m its management. .
Ladies sbou'd send 10 eel t lor a sample"
copy. w . it. Ai.tbew. Publisher, TriU-"
tine Building, New York.
The Lebanon Kxcnrnlon.
Last Saturday'5'- evening, as previouly
announciil, tbe Republicans of this city
excnrstied to Lebanon, tbe occaio i being
If Pays to Inanre
Business men make ihe matter of insur
ing their goods and property of the first.
he meeting of the Oartield and Arthur importance, as no man can tell tbe day
Club of our siste,- cit v on I bat evening, to
li-teri to addres-e- troin Col. Hawkins and
Mr. C J. Ciirti. Pin- three coaches
furnished the excursion parly were filled
to overflowing, many liciug unable to ol
taiu seats. A large number oi" ladies, ac
companied the party, and a pleasanter or
more agreeable trip, both going and re
turning, we have not taken part in for
years. A more respectable and well-behaved
party never went out of this city.
Upon reaching Lebanon a torchlight pro
cession met the excursionists at the depot.
and amid deafening cheer, the boom of
anvils, the party, numbering between two
and three hundred, disembarked, lighted
their torches, and. preceded by the 3Iechan
ics' Brass Band, and followed by the
Garfield and Arthur C.ub of Lebanon with
lighted torches, proceeded to march through
the principle streets of the city to the hall
secured tor Ihe speceh.making.
Tlie hall was filled with a quier, respect
able and well behaved nudience, Hon. J.
Wassoni. President of the Lebanon G. A
A. Club, presiding. After splendid music
bv the Lebanon Gb-e Club, and some more
ot the same by the MeiiianicV Brn-u.Band,
3Ir. Curtis was introduced, who made a
tilling speech, which wa frequently in
terrupted by applause.' -After Mr. Curt!
came more music, and I ben Col. Hawkins
was introduced."' The Col. took occasion
Cien. linat tu 1884.
There Is no doubt that, those . who so
strongly advocate the nomination of Gen.
Grant in 18ij0 have only postponed their
hopes for tone years and will then make a.
more determined effort to accomplish what
l hey o narrowly missed nt Chicago this
year. Tli thin! term snake la onlv
"scroti bed," not killed ; but when a ease
ot b-ickache or kidney complaint gives
way before the Oregon Kidney Tea., the
surrender is final and . complete, and it
will never rise again. . Sold by all dealers.
nor the hour in which his property 1 may
be damaged or entirely destroyed by fire,
even though he may exercise ttw greatest''
care aniiSjvatclifuliicss. Our farmers are'
pretty generally making assurance doubly
secure by. insuring their grain after plac
ing it in the warehouse. This is wise and.'
safe, and should be followed by all. In-'
sure vour grain, home, barns, or goods'
of any kind in a sound company, and'yod'
can sleep soundly. Among tlie soundest"
nsurauee companies doing business' in'
Oregon, none can be more highly recom-
m ended than the Connecticut and' tlie
German-American. It is a noteworthy
tact that both tbe above companies palrt
every dollar of their losses In- the great
Chicago and Boston fires, a fact which
speaks loudly in their favor. The instruc
tions to agents in every case is to find out-.
speedily the amount of any loss- by fire
in n Inch they are Interested, and pay ft
to the last farthing. "These are the Com
panies in which ;to Insure. Mr.- Julius
Gradwohl is tlie accommodating agent lor
both companies in tills city, to whom alt
should apply who desire to Insure In
sate companies. ;!
Have jut received it large Invoice of"
gold and silver watches and "Jewelry, ot
the latest designs. Also have for sale the
New Home sewine machine, matiufiie-
his remarks to thoroughly skin tlie Hired since the expiration of patents on
Democratic partr and bang Its hide on tlie I ewbig machines, and combines tlie good
I ...it,;.. r I T i v. : , i a'
fe:ice. Tbe picture drawn bv htm of tlie
rREELAStn bna located tn
Democratic party and its aims was the
most complete and thorough, as well a
trnthlui, ever heard in that ball. The Col.
Is1 perfect master of sarcasm, and he threw
it at the rebel biigailier? and their follow
ers in the North' in copious and seemingly
exha'.istless streams. He made some ex
tremely brilliant, hits, which were receiv
ed by his audience with repeated and
hearty cheers, r . .
It was a grand occasion, and we arc
proud of the part that our citizens took in
it ; and we were assured by the Lebanon
people tliat they were graiified by Ihe
compliment paid them In tlie attendance
qualities of lending machines.
A Frsirniiit Urcath nnd Pearly Teetis
Ai-e easily obtained by deaiming your lectlt
datly with that Justly popular denifxico,S'ZV
DONT. Composed ot rare antiseptic beriis,
iinrwrts whiteness lo the teeth, a del felons aro
ma to tlie Dreamland preservra ramci, inn.
youth to old ape. tbe teelli. Acidity of th
sionmeh will destroy the s!rontre,t teeth tiales
its effects ai counteraeted with SOZOUOJiT.
andthispure tootb--h proteela the cental
sm-fuees nv removing every nnrsinir iui aw
beres to them. Ask your UriiBgiftt loc BU&uv
New good at French's.
D. G. WILLIS PRICETv
AtlaattTsfi'V faThw - Kara" nBJftwftlWsa sfa F KlAnf Co-o.
All work wnrrantetl. OOieo tn P&rrlsh H'"trtr" eTecl.
OFFICE In Odd Fellowa': Tempto, AJtsipy
ot so large a number from Albany, and oreaon. All work carefully peiibrmod, and
more than pleased with the deport ment I reaaonnble as ia consistent with good workv-
of all while there ir. wss so different and I manaiup.
so niucl; superior-'in 'every way to . the !
Dentocratic crowd that visited them from
tins' city, that It cat Id not but produce a i
Dr. ta. W, rwy.
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Dentist. Albany, Oregon. Office io F
ter's brick block, up stairs, at large
tilwi-k. earner rimt m retry at. fab l. .
window. Prices In proportion to 1T
A slmiliir xctiw!o;i .! tjiK.cd of soon to ' maicrxa fc -contumiui,- 1
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