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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1880)
VY, 5fCV. 19. 1SS0.
iin of tlio election
Arthnr i tlua city on
t wat largely auenuWl
.uia-iw Tlte torchlight
lusg1, ami the lrge
" 1 j;ro :1ate transparencies
lit to the committee Mud tlie
painted them. I lie mu;c
iUy goL, and we never aw
r or more " jolarona eorcouree
e. liuiiuess lionwe and private
all over the city were iiiumin
id many of them decorated with
e Register office was a Maze of
.f ndlfic iroiit wa covered with a
lerneea ot flage. . A number of an
bad been teenreri and claceil in
nt ofJf '2i$- Hdnnei-and ile " ar-
lery kept np llmml a continuous roar
iOTStltWeWiitog. The Conn Huiie
waa brilliatil with liht fruhi "top to
bottoiiltfaifoetcH' were exploded at
many poiuta along the line of procession.
It waa ajjiind ' occasion and Fcoies of
people were -m attendance who l ave
ecarcely ever attended firottar occasion
After parading" the principal ureets
the pmceaMon filed into the Court Ilotiw,
or at4t tried -to. We thought tle
entire country was taking a I and in the
procession, but when we arrived at the
' Conrt JJpiife we found our mitske, a
thaLcapaciona edifice was crowded, and
larjji nnretjeVfi could not get in. Where
all the people came from we can't im
agine hot they were there, and they
atatd until the clo, apparei.tly a hap.
t'T and contented ati audience as ever
- went -any where.
J After excellent mnsic by the Glee
S Club and the Mechanics' Biaw Ha-tid.
Mayor Clark, who acted at Chairman
on the-.ccaMoii, in a lew appropriate
and' f elicitous remarks, introduced ex
Go. Gibbe, who addressed hi large
audience (or an hour in one of the bent
tinneili.Vnrtractlve and eloquent address
es we have eirer' heard from the lip ot
one of OrgonT ablest ttstCBtoen, for
whthhe received the uraiiimous thai.kn
of his audience. The Govenmr done
goodeeryioe in the late canvas, and
should be remembered by the llepuMi
It was a grand occasion and will
long'bo remembered by our people.
ItfLtlie late Prewdential canvass
t ' Jnda took an active part, and
douCtWaontribnt'Hl much to the i.c
sr(t)' Ot the Democratic ticket, a he
wa . an- earnest Ilaticockcr. Wlsile
mak'mg a. speech in Benton county, in
uddeii barst of 6ery eloquence the
Judge broke out with : "Like the
ancient Btatu, I will say,ink or swim,
live or die, survive or perish, I will
giveny bajiid to tiiis vote!" And it
in lb other world the dejarted are
privifcgeiitOTead the newspaper, won't
old Brutua be tickled and Patrick Henry
bowl when this quotation meets their
ye ! On another occasion, while the
Jndg. was: bitterly denouncing Gen.
Jan. ,Jl. Garfield, he got in an entirely
new charge' against the President elect,
&d we will give it aa told to u. In
tbe Ijightol ,h trenzy, while talking
about the De Galyer pavement, some
one in the crowd yelled out, "And the
Credit Mobelier." "Yes." said the
Jadce, with a wild flourish of his arm,
"Garfield went down to Mobile and
bought a Jot of cotton on credit, and
pkid for it to this day ; and
am down on any man who won't pay
hn debt T Afier the speaking , waa
over, some ot the "unterrified" took
liim one sid and 1eetred? 'bim "boHt
riv'V2 the Democracy away" in that
txl; aiul the Judge, ao far a we
hare learrjed, never rejieated the charge!
Jnutjtf ia right on it, and don't
jenf-rsyvte V- . '
Tle i . mates of the asylum at Ea&t
I' rtlat.d were given a romp in the
g.. kujacent, when one ot the in
BJatef, a wild ou, lmapinel he waa a
squirrel, and proceeded to climb a tall
fir clear to the top, and when there re
fusing to come uowd. : A oeat mote
named, nderson. a trusty, weut tip the
tree 'aifitr him; A tier KjUiig pTetty
well v'p a ftmb broke and Ander
son cam down in a hurry. Instead ot
getting killed or maimed for life. An.
derson jiicipea to ms feet and- com
taenoed mh r6ttnd Of profanity that
wnttld hiva astouielted a hiierman,
H has e'r.Urely recover! his fpeech.
and blesses the accident um restored
it. .' : ' ' : '-
t ii no
Tlifl Viuhingtoa J'ost (Democratic)
ttS Nevf" r 4th :
Ta is Vet for ai.V on to complain of
l?.!a iv. Judicially ctmsidered, it is
f'r. As S we know it is honest. There
i at"? o i! B:- Tl e jtoople, calle.1
,..,(! - 1:1x9 t!;fir wiil, have made
a t .:f"ii(d":H!cti all moat - now- obey.
Weal l Slenas fey tlie Democratic Freo
The following telegram dated Xew
York, Nov. 16th, is an indication of
what the Democracy ot th aolid South
means by "tree ballot":
The Tiger club of Greenville county
Sooth Carolina', recently celebrated the
Democratic victory in that Stale and
adopted the following resolutions :
1. That from henceforth we plsdge
ourehes to discaid any man, white or
black, who voted with the radical par
ty, and that v. e will not rei t any ot
our lands to, or have npon our premises
auch roen.ui.til tliey prove their Hncerity
to honest eovernmeiit or the Democialic
paaty by words and deed.
2. That we earnestly call upon the
people ot nr county and State to j iin
hinds with tin in tliin matter as the only
course for the people to save the Gov.
err.ment from corruption ami fraud.
3. That we beg the citizen and
mcrchai.iHot Greenvihe city to dis-chargo
from their employ any white or black
radical and till their with Demociat.
4. . That we discountenance any man
who will violate the above resolutions
and conhitlor him wanting in lotahy to
bin paily and an enemy to good gov
5. Tl at no tenents whom we may
have on our places lu!l be 'al'owed to
have in ti:eir employ any white or black
raillca! ; that any voter a stranger to
uts who may apply to ns fur employment,
mut pnxlnce va'.ivlactory evidai.-co that
I e is a Dcmociat.
OfHcinl Vote ef I.lnu Comity.
We-t Alhanv 116 200
East Albany 341 214
Thaiu-n 124 178
Syracuse 22 5
Sweet llom 26 57
Brush Creek 38 48
Fox Va'dey 21 18
Lihefty 14 22
Mabel 6 2
Scio 83 171
Shedd 61 58
Uahey 168 100
Frank "in Bntte 35 105
Harrisl.urg 104 158
Center 37 50
Brownsville 120 133
Waterloo 23 31
Orleans . 54 13
Sautiam 20 57
Total 1416 1674
Hancock's majotity, 58.
Weaver Syracuse, 2 ; Shedd. 1 ;
Ilarrisburg, 20 ; Sautiam, 1 ; Blank, 1.
Foreigners in tbe (lilursc Service.
The Celestial Empire says : Of
the foreigners now holding commissions
in tlie Chinese land forces, there are
two Frenchmen in Kan-u, one German
at Cl.ffuo, one at Tietitsin and one at
Shanghai, one Englishman at Teiwon
and oi e at Ilattkow. There are also a
number of loreign ex-military fai-ei in
the "Imperial Maralime Customs Ser
vice," whose Chinese military records
extend back to the Triping rebellion,
some of them having served during the
Japanese campaign in the Island of
Formosa. There wid no doubt be
cali'e.f npon to again -oIuuteer, u ac.
court of their adaptability tor the field,
as tliy nearly all jiossess a sufficient
knowledge of the Chinese laiuage fir
diihing and evolutionary purposes. It
may be of interest to AmerUrau military
men arho may eutertaiit !xos of pie-
ferment, not to rai-e tl-.em u hiizli, as
the German ioiantry aiid Eiiglisn ar
tillery system are tlie favorite standards
of ln)ih Li Iluunehaiig and Tso Tsm.g.
t'ai'a, the two great Chinese miliiaiy
famuel S. .Yloroy has tontsscd to
perjury in the I'hilp trial. . The details
ot the conte-sioii 9 have not wii, but
the statement of the N. Y. Times is
that the piice of bis fl swearing was
paid to hi:n ont A ti.e tuixfn of the
National Democratic Committee. Ti'ere
in no Teason r donbt ttit statement, as
the form and amount of the bribe i""
plicitly siatel. The amount a 150.
payment mi made in a check, at d that
check wa dra-ii r.u he Natim a; Psik
Bank of New York city. If this Ire
true, the check will j-r. hablv b a vain
aide clew in huntitg down the rascals
who are really respottsib'e foi
ery ot the Cl.ii cse IcMer.
It i reported that si.nie of the I'rcsi.
dential electori of (California and Ne
vada cliim'lhat inasmuch a the ieple
of those Slate chot-c tbcm thronglr a
misapprehension. leini di ctived by the
torged Chi nese letter, thev are in duty
bound to vote for Garfie'd. As neither
State waa needed by Garfield, it is not
important only an showing the revolu
tion ot popular feeling against a party
that cotidescendf to fucIi low-villainy
as the concoction of Mich a letter.
Dr. E. A. Jone, of Portland, tried
to shoot II. Edward, a furniture
dealer of that city, for Hying to oolleet
a bill the Dr. was owing him for furni
ture. Junes was praccd under $1,000
Appomato prrcimt In Virginia, gave
Oar field a nialorltv of no veil. This U
J most appropriate. 'Bab lor Gi field. -
A rant teie.
The cm rent number of Ilarptr's
Magazine contain ao interesting article
entitled "Securing a Competence," in
which the writer ela'.es that "lie aver,
age annual income in Great Britain is
8165: in the United State, $165;
in the Low Connljien, 130 ; in France,
8125 ; in Briii-h Colonies, (.90 ; in
Germany, and also in Scandinavia, 85.
The annual accumuiat ion ot wealth in
Germany i J200.0i 0.000 ; in Great
Britain. $325,000,000; in France, 37 5,
000.000 ; in the United State, $825,
000,000 ! Since 1850 our annual acen
miilation has been ?S25,r 0,000, and,
therefore, eBch decade adds more lo the
wealth of the United States than the
capital value of Italy or Spain. Every
day that the run rises njwii tho Ameri
can people, it. ec an addition of 2
300,00 to the wealth of the republic."
Notwithstanding thi raid and vat
accmnnlalioii of national capital, there
are in France three times as many ieo
pie who live on their incomes a there
are in the United btatt. We make
money taster than any iieojila in the
world, and spend it a great deal faster.
General GarGeld is just now holding
two otSoes more than any man can
conveniently fill. First of all, ie is de
jure and de facto Keprecutaiive in
Congress of the nineteenth OI in district.
Second, he i the United States Senator
elect from that State, to take the place
of Til CRM am (D), on the 4th of Marc;
next, if he prefers that to the Presidency
Thiid, he is President elect, to succeed
Hayes on the 4th of March next if l.e
piefers that to the Senators': i p. We do
not recall another case in the history
oi me e.nr iry in wntcn any one man
ha at one and the same lime held so
manv prominent portion. Mr. Gar.
Held can, it he wishes, ho'd his saat in
the House ti!i the 3 ! of March, v.hen
that body will adjourn sine die. But
it is said that lie will not sit aiaiu ic
Congress, but resign buth liis seat in
the House a: d his ri.i;ht to a seat
the Senate, in time tor the election ot
his successors before the meeting of
Congress on tha first Monday in
December. Tie Senatoiship will proba.
bly be contested by Siieiuias, (iover
nor Foster, Mr. Taft and Stanlky
Mathews; with the best chance ot sue
cess favoring Piiermas, th. uh it i
just as will uiiderstood Siiekmax can
retain Ins present position as Secretary
of the Treasury tnroiiglnust G akfiei.o'is
adminislra' ton, if he wis'ies.
In New York, on Saturday, Jmlge Davi
held Philp to answer the i-hnrge of for
Sery in the matter of the Chinese letter,
in the sum ol J 51'. COO. Hart says that
Philp Is not n-v employed on the Trvth.
.Imljje Davis in remlci ii g Ids opinion In
the matter, says that upon Ahram S
Ilewitr mil--! rest ihe largi-r fait of the
resiion.iliiiify of the rirt pnblliiiou ot the
bae and shameful foierj-. and his stibse
fpieut relation lo the forgery does not lift,
a single shadow fro'ii his eo nbt-.'t. S it
W generally lielievcd that Hewitt. Eaiti'iin
Handal, and otbirs, perlnirs rh- entire
National l)i.tifnr.ltic Connnirtn. were
ognizan! of the actu-il forgery ami perjury
in the Chinese letter. Hewitt's answer to
tbe charge ma''e by .fudge Davis is. that
it is a concerted si beuie to break me down
in ibis cnmtiitiiiity, where I baye dvetl for
fifty year."' Kvery rascal puts in a plea
of persecution. Emory Slorrs. npoe tiring
inlervicwed. rays Jo (liinUs the Chinese
Idler told beaviiy on Garfield's vote, that
lint for Ihe publication of that letter Gar-
fieid would have carried a st!id North:
lb at it lot to Gnrlield lO.OtH) to" 20.000
voifs in New Yoik.and widiout a particle
fifiioiiht l.t to him New Jersey and Cal
ifornia. The X. Y. Tribune says the log
ic of Jmljre Davis' cleci-ion of the Philp
ca-e implies Hint' every member of the
National I'emocratie. Committee known t
have been engaged in publishing and eircu
I itinj the forged letter, can lie pinsecnted
f.ir malicious I'll el. Tbe N- Y. I':nt,d
say: It I a sad event for Hewitt, flint
ifler a life of more than half a eeiitiirv
di'tiiigui-ln d by a di-p'ny of , personal
abilities of x bill rih'r, nnd pu'-fic Rieech
of inore than onlluarv merit, in Ik tints
piilnried lion tbe judicial bench foi com
plicity with villainies of the vile-t --tyfie.
only intense parlisnnsbip and blind
self-will have brought bim to this wrecbed
pa-. The Herald il.en tell Hewitt not to
meet tlie charge in thu nsu il Democratic
style, with a spirit of reckless d- Ha nee. tint
to make a manful acknowledgement of
the wrong ill which bis ha been, it my be
an inoceiit. but an efficient partner, and the
humble and zralous devotion of himself to
the dnty of crushing tlioe criminals who
have placed him for a piece in their game
of uttering a base forgery." The demand
from every part of the eonutry U that the
investigation shall be pushed until cve.-y
man engaged In Ihe black villainy is
brought to light and made to account to
the offended law to the fullest extent.
. Col.. Fair is said to have purchased in
open market the voters of Nevada. His
Inst rue. ions to his agents were to ascertain
the price offered for votes by Si.iron and
then offer (10 mow. In ynrions localities
ot White Pine, voters got $30 each, and
some claimed to have received $100.
Nebraska's Greenback vote was 3.900;
total vote of the State. 87.200 Republican
majorities range from 22.rJS to 24,955.
AcconPng to th latest dates Garfield
gets away with Hancock to the time of 641
J majority In this State,
Political Kern pa.
It is reported that Senator David -, Davis
wishes 'O return to the bench. If this be.
true It will give the Republicans another
Senator from IlHtinis, and coutiol of tbe
President GarfieUl fa likely to have four
Supreme Judges to appoint during his
tprm of office.
Tlie pressure Is very greAt and growing:
laily stronger tor tlie retention ot Sher
man as Secretary of the Treasury. He
li.-is proved a boua:iza to this country as a
Garlirld hail 23 nicjorlty in Grain
The suggestion of tlie JTew fork Sun
lli:it BAKXL'Mlion!il bring tlie iwrpetmtors
ot the Morer tirged letter- lo justice Is a
good deal ; like a hint to l'o great mule I
i..,,-.... . t. i
....ji iu vwiiiu.il ii.iil-n.ill. I
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iiancocK ieimuracy win iicver ncknowl- ;
edge itself beaten '-.n ioHn as tliere l a !
mnkct or a man in tbe party." all an-
prehension of danger Island aside, busi -
ne.. tun Improved, and even tbe weather
has proved unusually fine for this season
nf r1i.i i-a., lli.i . 1 1 : ,1 '
.. ii'v irii.i', .tviiiiuiv fi iioif mis
ty! Tbe influence of tbe 'Standard U lui-
Of tbe six 'Presidential electors to Cali
fornia, five are Deinocnttc aud oueltepub-
iicau. Terry was the Democrat who got
The -forged Chinese letter, procured and
paid for tiy tbe Democratic National Com
mittee. Is universally condemned by all
respectable Democratic 1 pnpe-rs. Tbe
Southern Journals are specially outspoken
in their denunciation, and insist that not
only the perjurers and forgers, but IJarnnin j
& Co. should he penitentiarled for the j
Bill English U said to be weeping great
weeps over the loss ol hi -money and char
acter especially the former through as
sociation wiih tbe Philp-Democracy.
Weep, Billiam. weep. !
"Man want but little here below," and
UaiH-ockers want even le?s hear than ever
The only object Ion we hive to tbe right
ot snfl'erage being extended to women is,
that only good looking men will be elect-!
ed to ollice, aud we will be compelled
either to accept office or go to Chile!
Tl-.e Xext Home of RrprntrnliillTn.
The San Francl-co Chronicle las Ibis to
say in regard to the next House ot Repre
sentatives: '-The N.Y. :7Yijc divides Ihe
House into 152 Republican. 137 Democrat
ic aud 4 Gi"ei:b.ick members. Ovr tabu
lation results in 150 Republicans, lo!)
Democrat and 4 Independents, classing
Hyatt Smith, of the Fvnrth New. York
i!istrit. itb the three Greentackers. In
both tlieae estimates tbe Virginia Read
justees are classed as Democrats, while ibe
Greenback Republicans iare not ji iuflndcd
in the apparent majority. At the lowest
ot these coinpiitatioiis the Republicans will
have a clear majority of si-ven meni'ier,
with a plurality -of eleven ie the lower
branch of congre1." i
Tlte &Ijoestrlt:g I?trict.
The New York 77ie saythe sbocstruig
district, Mississippi, comes to the front
with the official report of the recent elec
tion. In Coabauia conntv 700 voters were
thrown out and in six other comities 535S
were rejected tn the thinnest pretext.
The ballot box in Jefferson county was
captured by a shotgun. Lynch, colored
republican, was e'e -le l to congress by a
m:;jotity of 5i;0. Gen. (,'ha liners received
the cersitiitite on a conked m.-ijnrry of
3789. Will this'ftfiinv le Mtowed to win?
If is stated that Cnngijrhas the Iwsf show
for the TJ. S. Senate from .Michigan. Bag
ley and Baldwin are also prominent can
didates. " ; i
Fosfer and Sherman both loom up for
the Ohio Senatorship. lit is believed that
Sherman will be called to Garfield's cabi
net, and that tbe announcement will soon
he made. '
The hoard ot agriouUnre reports 2.003.
000 acres ot wheat in Qliio for the season
of ISS0. with a loiaj yb ld ol 52.500.1KXI
bushels, which i ! 500.000 bnsie!s mor
than in 1S79. and the largest ever known
in the State. Ohio is nearly a great a
wheat producer ss Illinois.
iC'ection returns from California show
Edgefton. Republican. (507 majority over
Terry. Democratic- chn-tor. The other
Democratic electors- hav the following
niiijori'ies: Short S7. Vallace S3. Brown
130, Heirley 130, IVKaie T4.J. . . v
' Kra:k .eC"H .' while eating supper af
Lead City, D. T., chok-d t death
while trying to swallow a large piece
of meat. . - j .
Al llie annual tiieetinii of ilm Xatton.
al Ciaiiye I, of JI. t St. 1'aul on Uie
17ih, every State in
the Union wax
IT. Levy, of Seaiilii, lia fliippe- 100
barrels of f-alnviii to Ijomlon. II gte
wilh liii sliijmiPi-t to p.tablisi a market
for future export. j
Josepli IC, Hrowu jla been elected
U. S. Senator trom pporgta over Law.
ton, the vote being JjMJ to 67,
"Think of it incites of snow at St.
Lotii on Wednesday.
Tlie poorest kitiJi ot fire wood is
worlli 7 per cord injWalla Walla.
The O. & U. Stiie Company thi
week commenced riHJtiiiijj on Winter
dcliedule. Ion;; time. -
The Star cays J. C. Smith, of WT
bur, wan thrown from hi horse and had
bin collar. bone broken.
M, Hanley, ot Jackson comity, made
200 J galloon ot forylmm syrup olf three-
fourths ot an acre ot jcare, "
The official retorns ot Klickitat coun
ty give Brenta a majority ot 132.
There are 2176 school children in
Clarke c mnty. Ot these only 1205 are
enrolled as attending school.
The Seattle and Renton coal compa
nies shipped up to Nov. 1st ot tho pres
ent year, 111,106 tons ot coal.
Two gentlemen from the east, capital
ists, have gor.e out to Squak lo look at
the coal fields in that vicinity with a
view to purchase a largo tract ot coal
, Joseph Geiger's silver mine in Pierce
CuU;v is showing smiis ot great value
, . ........neon '11a
esaiit leet wme. witn a wen
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gra"ue wa" uu lne ea!"-
No candidate tor delegate to congress
tin Washington territory ever receive.!
j 1000 votes in a single coilnly. Brents
j canMJ within 7 ot reaching the unmber
in Walla. Walla this year, aud he has
been the nearest.
Ice foimed in Wa,l!a Wa'la on the
igl.t of tbe 1 lib bait an inch in thick-
ners. The mercury -thai uight reached
i the coldet mark of the season 27 de
grees above zero.
Messrs. West & Dobson, of Cheha
lis, began lavl week their seasnii's opera
tions in curing and puckinu pork.
They have slaughtered, so far, the
heaviest lot of hogs ever fattened in
T pvv;s cnnly tie average weight be-
ing 320 pounds.
Buildin; and improvements aggre
gating a cost of $2 8,' 00 are recorded
in Waha Wail this year. Among
these is a con it bouse thai cost 44 000,
two bricks that cost 15,000, each,
three bricks tl.at ct 11,000 each,
and many elegant private residences.
The mate ot the bark Lizzie Marshall,
ale;y arrlvPd from Guaym, was
!. : i . i ... it a i ,..r
eavy at I'orl Townsend on Yednes-
day, charced with baying assaulted the
steward of the rame vessel. The pris
oner was bound over in the eum
Business is lively at Irondsle. The
blasting furnace is Hearing completion
and smelting ore will commence next
month. A town l as been laid out and
Ibeia is every indication that a lastirg
industry will be built up al these iron
mines that will lienefit m l only ;he im
mediate locality but tbe entire Sound
The vote ot Lake county was on'y
Ycnisoii is so plenty it re.ai's fr six
cent' a pi u lid at Boscbnrg.
Tbe lai'iioad company have a meat
depot at Wilbur, Done las county.
Tt;e Times says a new town '-all is
being constructed in Jacksonville,
'ihe first snow ot the season j-uuik
The Dalles List week Tuesday
Capt. B. B. (Jiilli ,ot Jacksonvil c,
hs imi n slllckeli with aiioplcXV.
There :s an unusual am- unt ot ill
ness in Lake county, cl'iclly malarial
'ihe Dulles Tiit-es says tie Hack is
now all laid to blah-ukV, -1Q miles
G. A. Cornen, at the Ca-cade LH:ks,
lias been adjudged insane and HenJ, to
A plot to break jail in Jacksonville
was frustrated by the cam ion tf the
Margaret Travers, formerly ot Walla
Walla, has been acting in an iiisaije
way at Tho Dalies.
.Mrs. Yarney, aged 88, mother o!
Mrs. T. S. Lang, died Monday, Novem
THE COPAKTN i:RSIIU' lieret ofore e.xl-tins
IW. ween 1. Holiielier and F. (ioilz, nn.'ei
the flrm-lmiiie of ll :i hi r Ji Goo'.z. i Ihet'i y
Mmkef, in I hi dny dissolved by iiinuiHl eois
iii!. F ;h!!z re ir'.na. All aceonuts ::ne tin",
firtn innt henlevliintnciuiiely : tmi'ties hav
ing ciiim- ii-ruinRT. Hits iirin imiHt ruv-ent (hem
t oiiec lor riivim nt. ' I'. IIOI.AI Htlt.
AP'nny. Or., Nov. i9, 188.
1 Irst street, o;jrosite Mcllvniri,9
ALBAXT, : OSSEfiOW
Manufactnrer and dealer in a!l kinds of .
Cream CandiE23 t
Keeps lor sale
French and American
which win Ih sold at prices to unit the time.
Pariies and bulls supplied Willi candies, nuts,
etc , al reduced ratia,
You are ruspuci fully itivitu(f tp give mencnll.
C. V. OSBOllN.
Nov. 79, lSo0rn8vl3
Keatly ezecnted at this office.
ALBANY MARBLE WOIiKS,
and ZZSAD ST01T33,
AUfany, : : : Oregon.
Also. every variety of
viork ilo:ic wilh ntwtntwH
t it lit ion irivcn toorum
ti;... m'l Wn-)linirtiin
Jamuei E. xoung
Is now receiving his
stock of Morclian-lisc, consisting of
Vj 1 til lit . trt : ,
ftC, 4C, Vi.
BIESC from ZSaaiifectiirsrs
for CASH, tai ess r2P.3T
CLASS GOODS 2?a Traslt
ana 7ill ts cold at sepular
&-pt. U-n-.tvJSm y I
Zing of the Blood
Cures all Scrofulous nffctions nnd disorders result
iiiff from Impurity of the Llood. It is needless to
specify nil , us 1 he utfrer chu usual y perceive their
caue ; but Sail Sheum J'imples, Ulcers, Tumors,
Goitre, Swelling, &c, are the most common, as
well as many arfections of the Heart, Head, Xtver
Wosdsrfal Core of Blindness.
D. ItAiraou, Sox & Co. : For the benefit of all
troubled with bcrofuta or Impure Blood in their
iystenis, I hereby recommend King of the Blood,
t have been troubled with Scrofulimor the put ten
Tears, which so affected my eyes that I wka com
pletely blind for six months. I was recommended
to try King of the B'.ootl, which has proved a great
blessing to me. as it has completely cured me, and
I cheerfully recommend it to all troubled as I liava
beeo. Yours truly,
Mas. S. "WEiiHEiiLow, Sardinia, K. T.
JEB HL Q 0 0
will be psid to any Public Hospital to b mutu
ally agreed upon, for every cert i neat c of this medi
cine published by us which is not genuine.
To show our faith in the safety and excellence of
the K. B 11 pun proper personal application, when
satiaiifd thut no imposition is intended, we will
give the nahiosof all its ingredients, by affidavit.
The above offers were never miide before by the pro
prieor of any other Family Medicine in the world.
Mnnjr testimonials. further information, and
full directions for using will be found in the pam
phlet " Treatise on Diseases of the Blood," iit
wliieheachbottleisenclosed. Price $1 perbottlecon
jffininp 12 ounces, or to 50 doses. Polrl by drue
vttta. IXRassou.Soh A Co., Prop'rs, Buffalo, N.Y
Made under Cuolfv's rutrnt. Elepant, essy.eTace
..wl hi.nlilift-1. sllKt'si'linn fftiarantwd. Imacr
.t i. t miiiiAi .Mill vbirh renders ruptinir
imnnssihlc. Fuware of iiifrinpfmcts. Ask for
r.lv'a Corset and take no other. Send to us
through votir dealer for a sample Corset, rarpi"? in
price from 75CC1H t. C'OO, and your order will bo
filled hy return insil. Maimlactured only by the
Citobe Manufacturing Company. .
BATES. HEED & C001ET,
S-i3, S4.t ana 347 Hroattov,
WHOUSAIK DBT COO US.
cemetery anil other stone
ami Oispalch. SpeciBi
trnm any purr or uie
rii - ri 1 1 u-v bv lkltlil oroth-
lorwurded.. All work war-
rpAKKS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO OTORll
X histrien l" ami the public generally, tU
is now settled in tola ' j - '
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
n tlio"old stand next dxrtoP.G. Harper ACo , .
where can Oo foiind as great nimawrHneBt R
as large a stools ot- l : j '
Stoves and Eanges
as can be found tn any one bouse! Ul We l
,'ortlund, and at us . .
ALSO ; j
Castiron, Brass & Enameled
in great variety. Also,
Slice t Iron, i
. aud j
ilwnvH on hand, and mafla to order, AT UV'
Mi KATES. . . , : i -
Albany, October 2. 1875-5V8
First, street, 3 doors west of Kerry,
oisAGa: & &ci.Ta, gwy's.
HAVISG pitrchao i tho City Market. 1 will
ke; wnst-.ru iv on band all kindsof M-sis
-the very bsi io'm o-iiaine l i ' ' 2jS'2f
I will al rive at all Mm.- to meet the wishes or
U whn m,n-fnvor iik with their rwtiTmaae.
m when in wunt ot meats. fcTliv h'f he"
cnah prifH' pui I for I'llliK. fllviosia
Sew iiasiU I Sew BeitartMre !
MRS. O. I,. PARKS.
w-w . i-tvf wur'Ti -ivn TItK i MII.I.1NKKT
t I c.,"i... ..-. nili.-riiv Mrs.t:L P. lnvts anit
usivinir jut a lie 1 1 hereon new invoice of late
Unnnuix, Hats. c, tutcc ;".iane m tnylttn
the Indies of Albany iui.1 vicinity to call m-.a -
Inspect for i Iwm-wlvix. A o enw win m
at nrie.es that defy comoeMihei. ' - i M '
Ilaviirr seciireu me setv icvi -
I re w s in alt e l I
I am prpnred to cnt, fll.nnd innke dresr in
anv Mtyle desired, al short notice and lo a sails- .
'"SS- I:i!i!r Clottiinr; for children a sneeiattjr
Store on north side of First. east of Ellsworth
street. Von arc invited callb:pAKK9
27. 137V j
JZTT Daua ST08.3.
Cor-ior ITirsi EUsvortii sU
' j ";'
Has aznin taken chanreorthe
City Drug Store
; ; ' . .
havine pnrchasod the entire interest of 4 W.
Shaw. souMfsor to A. Carothers & Co., ana to
now receiving a !
Spleadid ll&f jStoolz,
which, added t the foriner, renders it very
complete in alt the itijerent departments.
Feeling assured thai all can be suited in both
Quality aai Price,
eordiallv Invites his old friends and custom
ers lo give hiui a call.
' ' . ' I ' -
Will recei'-e immediate and carefnl attention
tt Kit boars, any una nma,
C-i5 Pure Wines and Liquors, for taedVVM
Oct.2C. 77-5 V10 . f ;
MARBLE AXD STOXE WOEES.
' P. WOOD & CO.,
; ; . :H ; &.
. i Coping.
Bases fo? Gazioa Feuataias,
and all kinds of work done In Stone.
As we eretonr mnrhle direct- from the qnar
rics, and have it se.leoic-d with care, we can as
sure customers, the i
Tie Best Materials and Lowest Prices,
i i ; - m -.
' Orlom from any iiart of the State promptly
attended to. i - . .
fcsT-Atl work warranted as represented.
tSsSTShop and-Works on comerof Second ana
itllswoith streets, Albany, Orcson.
March 10, 1880-Tl2n25 ;V !''.': .-