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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1880)
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H. 5T. BMCKBIBJI,
'"iT J OUEOOX.
ATTESTIOS GIVCK TO AUL
Manufacturer and XHnlcr in
(J K N I TU RE,
om SMlts; Walnut, Ash and Maple Parlor
juts ; Patent Hooker. Ensv Chaire and
Lounges a speuiulty.
Extension Centre Tables,
Pillar Extension, etc.
A splendid lot of
Walnut and Hardwood Chair of all kinds,
, in fact, I intend to keep a flrst class
FurnitukE HousE .
I an thankful for imst patronage, and
intend to make it to the interest of all
Vwsidenta of this city and vicinity to
come and see me.
t Corner of Second mid Ferry streets,
ALB AMY, lvl2n2IJ OP.C!iOV
The gseoiul Term i31 open c
'Wednesday, 'Sent, fst, ISftv.
:-. For paiculars conccrninsj the courses of
tody and the price of tuition, apply to
i ? . ELItCRT If. lO.Mr, Pres.
"'July SS, 18Dvl2n4.-
Ladtes' Yiiriely Emporium.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANO
Gernt'tn Zepbtir. Outturn, Thread. Pins,
Xeete' Buttons. Uctl llnir titcitch
- r . e r,il Curls, Uosta-p, Stnmp&l
j. Gvetl, i-c, &c, tfsc.
? " xsh, Ajfcnt for Dr. Wurner'a
UealtU Cr; t
tr-H!. . v CSiild's Waist
awt Ma.iatu Foye's
"French -tainpin j; done to ortli'r.
!S5tiS5roHtla4btii St., opposite Post o:licC5fiv
fill! J fircat c!ian:-e to make money. We
'"'"" iwlirwn in cver- town to take
nhW.i'lKtww for the Inrycs! . cht p.ej anl vt
Illnst rated family p-,iblio.i!iiiM in 1 tm world.
Anyone can become a siu'CstaT iiirent. six
eleiant works of art iciven fre to ."niwrrlbfrs.
1 ii price is rio low tlutf, almost evei -. liofiv snb
aorilws. One agent reiors tiiUirvr 120 siibcri
Iwt m a day. A ladv asrent repjr's making
over 2tW clear profit 111 ten tlavs. All who en-
irat;e inaKe money 1.1st. ion can rfevote nil
your time to 1 he liasmess. or only spare time
Von need not he awav Is-oni home over ni-'lit.
Yon can do it as wellas others. Fail iliroet ions
and tvrnit tVee. EUvtint and expensive Out m
fieo. , If j qu w;im protltable work send r.s jour
addie-w at once. It cots not hiurr to trv ihe
basinessv 5oone who en;s;:cs tni's to "make
frret ry- Address ti::or.CiK Stimsi n Co.,
Portland, Maine. 4J-13
a week in your own town. t' Ontflt
f ree. - 'o ri.il;. Roa.lei-. if yon want a
bnnc t -which oersons .f ell her
BO make Erretil pnv ah the time Uicrv work,
lor-pari icniara' to II. IIallfit At. Co.,
nd, iiiiine. 42-111
AfJanlniatrntor' Tiottce fo i-cciltors Es
tateof Hanlrl tlriuxl:, UrMitd.
"pOTICE is hereby piven to the creditors of
Xl STrt rdeccHse ljind all whom it may concern,
that tlie-omim-i-'iied has Iwn duly aotHinied
a.lnitniatr.-itorof thces'nteof the said I'Hiiiei
Brinqle. deceased, bv tin order f the Count v
Coirt of the state of Oregon, lorLinit Countv.
nwle ttf'i. Fiiwn, Jntlxe of said court, dated
t'na 4th day1 of Hotorlicr. A. I., IKSO: and all per
Ktns bavin,' claims against said e-'ateare liero
by requii-ed to present tbein. wi;li the proper
vouchers. within Mixtion !hs from the date of
this notice, to 1 be undei-siirned at hi:; residence
four miles eat of Sh-id S:aion.in said count v.
R. H. WlilHIIT, Adminiatrator."
J. VT. Wright, at ty. lor ad ta. t13ii3
Administrator's 'otlce or A ppointiurut.
NOTICE is hereby triven that the nndersiprn
ft was, by the ( "minty Court of Linn Ccnn
ty, Oresron, at its rcirnlar aepremlx;r term, lan,
d!y appointed ad m mist mi or tit bonis mm, emu
t"mnU artnTft,t theesTaleofC. A. Williams,
tiet-ascuv 311 persons navin c;nims airamst
the estate of said deceased, will present the
Rimeto tlieandersisne.il at Brownsville, Linn
rnimty,Oregon, veritied rs liquii-ed by law.
PETF.U IIL'ME, Administrator.
Pated fiepft 17. l)-n3lvia
Weal her ford & Blackbnrn, attys for alinr.
Mr KAIL to nd
f'r unr price List for
IfiSll. y&KR to an
address upon ap-
clcrlptions of Tery
tloinr noalrt'd for
with or 1.S00 Dlnstn.iioiis. We mil all
roods at wholesi-.'r iirn i-s in qnantlties to suit
t f purciiamr.-.sTM only lisriinron tn America
vcftn niik Otis f lt-ir sj-:al lni-?!jcs!?. AUdrefia.
.. HONTIJtnlWIT WAUI1 & CO..
8Z7 Jfeg-g Wsl.-li Ave..Cliicaso. I1L
IVotiee to Ielinjuents.
Ifetice 5s hereby fjiven that if deliiiQiienr'
to city taxes and hens on property in ilie
city of Alhanr, Linn conn l v. Oregon, are
not pafd withfn s fifteen tlars from tiatc
hereof, that they will he colWtci! noconl
ing to Jaw. The following is a lit ot I lip.
persons from whom taxes Arc due and ti e
amounts due, tc-vvit :
Roa Aiexander, SI R7 ASWaerdifchroil 78
irKLAppletate.o jfl w F A lexan ier. 4 7"
J W Baldwin, $3 67 MrsN ACai o. hers, 25
E Boyle, 3S3 n- JFConn. I s
T J SalTord,f4 72 .1 SCovall, il 10
M V Brown, 4W 7S TS C)-onlie d. s r,7
Jiiwily Est, n 10 . ' M T Crow. 62
Hooert Bentley. 2 67 I.ut tier Kikne tu 17
W J Crawford, 7t James Elkms. fa 62
J H Campljell, ti(e ' S Kusley, t-2 10
lr J Cline. t4 47 .lohn Fosler.', 37
J ACi-awloid,et altlS "5 B R Fiwland. f4 72
A F Cl t-rty. tl 'fi AJFox..JC7
Milt ?onsion, t:l 40 H I Oodlev, t 4t
do F TKimpbivy, i-2 10 Jfc H Urifliti. tit, 07
N B Ilamphrey. 7u Ficdfiraf. 8 40
J L Harris, ?J 70 Trat AFrnnon, $9 13
ilr J W Harris, n 25 Kilii ANellieior loi,.-!7
ti II Hewitt, HI J w fillliiand, 1 m
.1 IS. Mmren, fn SS L U Montnnye. ti 8.1
V II Ilimtnn.J S - . I'. MartinACo. 3 ih
l; Jai-obs, J lf - - Momnn Week. r.-,c
S A John, $a 23 -s , MrsV(et:nllv, 31
Kii kendail, H 'Jl Istine New hoiisi'. S3 63
;C.Knbt. Jt SO T B 0lencnl; Hi 1.1
. 1'r Win Lister, Sfie Nimrod Price. t3l 47
Mrs A r Iayton. W 20 CieorvcPntte: sou, $9 S3
Jasl.Ht !,, f I Ki . Ij Hankin, t'J H
'ln Jib-'i'-oo'i, f I iiS Ceoro Itichnrds, 6 39
Chns M t-. ' J I N Smith, fi SV
Ttenoni Pi'f. M 90 U P Church, l
Mr Jfci i" nu.t, Jll -73 Jason Wheeler, $2 "5 -
Kun-ti' ". nontenh, fc Sloan, 4 7S
Mi" 11c, 1 67 Oeorire Weller. 7 SS
ii V." -'-. i J Frank Wanda, 43 M
4i W Voio ii 6 II Weed, ts 3'.
: 410 iW Jolm ilcAllister, $a 10
Tlvo '.r f the CltT Council, matte on tbo
V::U any oroctooer, ln0., . J. L. JIALTKR,
., . .-City Kooordor. v.
Alhn, Or., Or. 15.
H, 3';:T3 ba 1orste4 In
, &ttmny: Iter- tit iurM(lte T? TBeattmtry
J ; tM-lt, eor I Js .t RnJ Ferry ti-M .
G. E. CHAMBERS AIX.
FJLIXX &. CJIAMBERLAIS,
Attorneys at Iaw,
ALBAKY, , - OSTCCiOK.
OFr'iCK-In Foster's new brick block, flrst
door to tho left , tip Mains. v lln 15
r. rowm, w. it. biweu,
Powell e jiilyj;l
Attorneys at "Law and Solicitors
ALBANY, - OllKGON.
""iOLLECTIONS prompt lv made on all po ts.
v imiis uioi mccu on niionauiewniis.
Office in Foster's new block. nlivll
J. K. WBiATHEUFOKU,
Attorney sit Xjx-w
WILL PRACTICE IN THE MFFETtKST
courts oft lie state. Snecta I attention 'iv
cn to collections ami pro' -ate umllerj. O stick
In Odd Fellows' Temple. nlTvlO
N. B. Hl-lirHRF.Y. C. E VOLTFRTO-t.
Ilusnphrcy & Wolverioii,
Attorneys nml Counselors nf l.:im.
T I L I. Pit ACTICK IV ALL THE COURTS
" ot UiisS:afe. Of Kir v:in Froinun'n brick
(upstairs; Albany, Oregon. llnia
Attorney it t Tn-tv,
A I. n. IKY,
OI! EG OK.
5, over John Rrirs' store,
on I irt sir
C. ES. HEWITT,
Attorney and Counselor nt Law,
Office, Old Fbst Office Building, Albany, Oregon.
"Y"II.L PRACTICE in the different Courts ol
T the Stale. vlliiTi2
F. 71. JO.'VKS, 3f. EX,
Fin: At I'limitiier's Iirn;r Sfo?v, in Oitd
KtsifECE- Second and
oa-umioii si rce;. one utock so
Marshttll'a livery stabios.
ih ot A ns.
4t) V :
P2ij'ft;i'as3 asajj StirgcoEa,
Frnianss ilrick, up stairs,
ALBANY, s : OIii:uN.
OFFICE IN TrILWArSS RRK K Hl.OCK.
K"nle:!i e oao tlnor north oi broom tacio-
ry, iyon street.
lias irmovct hi" stock of rroods to the brick
lately occupied by the
-ormer W!;:2gton nnd First Ktreels,
where lie will be plrno 1 to meot old and now
12 customers. 44
Albany, July 30. lssa.
SJ AiBl S JL WE9IT1'CS, ARTIST,
Fresco, 0if?n, Scene,
DESTCNlNti A SPFCIALTT.
Rooms fi anl 7. Pnt-rlsh block.corner First
and Feirv street. Albany, Oreiron.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
ALBANY, : . OREtiON,
Mrs. C. Honk, Proprietor.
Tins ITOT-'PE lm1mon f horouc lily ovcrlinnN
- rrfViife'i, ni T'htfe'l in first oUim
COTiiiion fnr Mir nrcrn'tnirf?t Ion nf if enols.
Coo I Pfii"vU J!fK"v for Ymiprf,7tl Tn vf-Uji-e!
nce nrj-i I,.;inon. Frr ConvEi tonne! im
HENRY W. SMITH & GO'S
HENRY W. SMITH & CO.
Kenton Count, 6th Dist Kentucky.
252 & 254 West Third St.
B.. 6alt.Biarsh,a;.ent, Albany, Oregon. V13-6
Notice. or Final Setticntent.
SJOTICE IS ilFHEBV OIVEN that. Franklin
i-i 1 resiey, as Hdiuinistratoi- of ibe estate of
Jj-avnl rio, y, deceased, has tiled in t lie t'oiuitv
t ourt or Lnn eonrily.Oi-ecrou, his final account
in the matter of irl estate, mil said Conrt hu
appointed the thud. day of Amrnst, lflSO, at the
hour of oneo'clock in the afternoonot said day
as the tune for bearing objections to Miid hc
connt, if any there be, and tr the settlement
thereof, FRANKLIN VKKSLEY.
July 2.1, ISSO.vl2n4rt Admlniatraloi-.
Jil' WT' business now before the pv.bSle. Ton
than nt anyt iiinif else. Capital not. required.
w s ivui -un i.ik 9ix n. nay nml npvrartls
i made at home bv the indnstrlona. Men.
women, hovs nnd elrls wanted everv wliern tn
workfo'-ns. Sow is ti e time. Von 1 an devote
your whole time to lh work. Or only your
spare niomen is. io other btism ess will pay
you nearly as irPll. No one willinir to work
can fail to make, enormouwpny by engaging at
.onc. Costly outij t and terms frw. A great
I opportunity for maktnjr money easily nnd
:Sno " 4Z-1J
I33CED KTEBY FRIDAY,
IN'THE REGISTER BUILDING,
Corner frrry ami Pint Streets.
COLL. VAN CLEVE & CO., PROPKIETOliS.
J. II. MAINE, JK, COLL. VAN CI.EVK.
One cony, ono year fst 50
Une copy, si t months . 150
Single copies Ten cents.
THIS PAFEJl JXrri!S
A'ivi-rtisInK Bureau! Ill rprMcofS:.), v.-hcre ativerrivl';
c.mtrucls mav lo ma;:. for It m KW V'licl. ,
Agents for tlie IlciriNtcr.
The following named irentlornen are author
ized to receive and reeeint for subscriptions
to the ItrajiSTEH in tlio localities mentioned :
Messrs. Kirk ,t Hume Ttrownsvillc.
Robert Glas CrawfordsvMe.
Seth Hayes llalscv.
O. P. Tompkins Ilarrishnrs
FRIDAY NOV. 19, ISSO
I dream of a prent rennhlic
fioie ppoide ch ill n!l lto west.
Sow jiluitis mid icnp tomatoes
In :he lai.d thev tve the best ;
AVIiero ji!i ol till tlitiieiisiotis
Sh.'iH li'opm 011 eve: v hi'.l
Anil t'liicktMis low in t'ltr Jinrn-ynr!,
And gooscleriifs toil at the mill.
I'm lived of seeing Mie cahliao
Hanille the rake and line ;
I'm tirei? of watting nnd watcliing
For tilt- s;ra-liopi-er hush to gr ow ;
I lonj; fnrthe lime when spinach
Shall iOe with hrentl ami miik ,
Wlten liens shall la v hena 11:1.4
Aiii! )ior?e spin raw i-iik.
Oh. sweet were the vini-lieil honts.
When I wanrii ied a!on(r th- ;!ci.
Am! wreHt'ned mv limw Willi- tomatoes.
And 1 !m ki d the tipcnel lien ;
When tin' (lonkv eliiiihed on a tte'lis.
Anil the t iu'nml'er ehiri ed in t lie gi a.Js.
Anil the swci r potato wiii-lleil
To its mate in the mountain ntis?.
It womM seem that the poet has hecotnp
satisfied, for lie .'tii Lher eiTnses, in the fol
lowing strain :
O yes. I'll 1e a G rttneer.
Ami wiifi the Gianirers st.niil,
V. ith a halt or p-i.ntcr seelion
In the hollow of my 1 1-1 1 if I .
I'll rNp 1 1 j in the morninj;.
And p;o our Inily mv peas.
Vhi: the Utile ''i'r are wnibllng
'lle ir S!.!.t. up in the fres.
And vlu'ii the stm i- hnltc.-t,
ly hoJv will rt'i iiiio
Afiii'l the h.-iltuv fiagr.-irn'c
Of the irr-aiiii!jj tin nip virip.
Atifl Ihen. what spoil a! evenini"-.
When mv work is il.me, you see,
To e!::t-e lh little rahhits
Up the stea(rn!- onion tree.
V . II. Claggelt, who, as a memtr
id the li'rntorial Coui t ii from this
county in er.ily days astoni.-hed his
hearers with his el(quei ce ami acquired
Iho sobiiqnct i.f the " 1 1 uinbold t Hoy,"
vii-ited L'tancisco recetdlv. Old
. . M .. ..... i..vv.v.i null iiv.i.i, riru
many items concerning him ai d Sam
Clemen- (Mark Twain) and Jack Si
minis have got into the papers. ("lac
tret t and slark Twain camo to this
country together in the winter of lSGi li
They were aeootnpanh d by A. W. ()!
liver, who had Vice mi appointed Probate
Judge of this county. When they ar
rived at Uhioi ville there were no ho
tels or ies:aurants, but G. W. nnd T.
15. nmherfuiu, one of whom now e
sides in Unionvillc, undertook to ap
pease their hunger. A fq.are meal in
those davs consisted of bacon ai d he.iii
but (-jforge II (Uherforrl being soinethii g
-f a cook t hought lie would treat the
Judge and the lawver to something vx
ta in the shape ot dried apple pie.
'I hey were accorded seats at tlie first
table, and ?."ark Twain, then kuo.vn a
Sam Clemens, had to wait. Clac: tl
and Oiliver had long appciitfs and dis
posed of the- pie, leaving Clemens noth
ing but bacon and beans. CttiKt.
never forgot the outrage or forgave Oi
liver, who dit-pored of a whole pie, f.sr
the inj iry, and years afteruaids when
iheJulge iii ed lie chtchand went to
c ver inj; t! e heai hen in -rfa Clara
t'al., and (."Ictnens b-came taei.ms as
"Mark Twain," he described Oliiv.r
as bei :g hoilow clear down to his boo"-,
and said f the good people, of Santa
t iara kept him up to his fighting weight
in the c' nrch for one jear on velhw
leggei ch ckwis, there would nut bo a
rooster left, in ihe valley. JSiluer S.'atc.
A rat u o the prem:-e of J. Prtf -(.fferofWaO
ilngtmi was no! iced (o have
n o its net k wha! appeared to be a
yollow collar. A trap was set, f!.( rat
caught and the collar wss found to Le
a ring of bone fitting tigftly ab ui the
neck. The theory is that the rat, when
it was small, had (bund a bone, and,
gnawing out the center, pushed his
head through, and was unable to extri
cate l imself. As he grew larger the
riog tightened about Ins neck, and he
wore it until death as a badge ot his
f5y Bome mistake a horse was hitched
to an apple tree near eighty stands of
Itees, in Hunt county, lately, and the
bees became enraged and attacked the
horse, stinging him so badly that he
died in a few hours. An aged gentle
man in attempting to Jocse the horse
was severely stung, and in running
away from them fell and was dragged
into the house in an unconscious "state.
Some fifty or sixty stins wpre picked
out of l.i? head and face. A copious
application of oleohol prevented any
A Ilonsc ol Goia Brfehs.
TLore is a certain brick building in
riipyrnne, not a thousand miles from
the Leader ofHcc, wLicli is almost
worth its weiglit in gold. The bricks
in its walls ate at least imiiregnated
with tlie precious metal to a valuable
extent. The discovery was mude ac
cidentally by a gentleman who lias an
otlice near by. Ife frequently noticed
truing yellow particles in the bricks,
and imagining that the colors were
;j;o!d, he took out a brick from the wall
foi the purpose of ascertaining the facts.
This-brick he first pulverized and then
''ptinred out" the colors. He could not
get rid of all the dirt, and concluded to
tend the residnm to an assaytr in Den
ver. In a few days the assay cettiti
cate ariived and showed that there n-r
thiriy-eiht rents worth of gold in the
oiick. i he gentleman then took out
tWo ol her bricks in different pai ls of the
building a,l pulverized and panned
them :.s he did tho first. The same
slayer cave his certiiicite as follows :
Sample No. 1, p;ul , forty seven cei is ;
sample No 2, C'!1 twenty-four. With
ri-tnai kable srecey the noiillcman pro
cerded to learn whence came the bricks.
After considerable inquiry it was learn
ed that the bricks were made in a vard
that was fortneily situate: on Crow
creek, rear Cheyenne, but which is now
"bliteiated. Further investigation
among ii,e oldest residents divulged
the fact tl at platter mining wa at one
time tarried on along Crow creek, b.it
the miners thought that the pay wasn't
big enough, and they therefore aban
doned their claims. It was near these
claims that the buck yard mentinnid
above was started, and that exp'ainx
how gold-d.i't Rot into the bricks
Tlie Prince of Wales recently .gained
fio.O 'O !v a lucky bet on the turf
Yet there i.-i a loud call for coin to keep
oil his creditors, and the Government
is asked to give $50,000 to assist in
this work, and also a permanent ad.
dition to his yearly budget of the same
amount. The present allowances of
the I'linc? and Priocess are 57,000,
or about 2-0 000. This, at iir.-t sighl
looks to be enough even for a Prince
who is fond of all ;he fashionable vice-
that swallow up fat it-comes. Yet the
ice is in a chronn; slate of debt.
wl,iehfcis atuib.Hfd by his fiii tids ami
young England generally, to the parst
mony of he Queen. She, it is declare
throws the burden 3ul expense of en
icii.iii ing foreign visitors of rank, as
... I - C.I 1 . ,
-.t-t;ii -.is oi me usual t ouit recejiMnns, j
upon the Prince. For these extra ex
penses the Queen :eeeSos a literal s mi
in her budget, but she takes g.a.d care
to keep it. tne is said to have the
money. saving faculty along with other
Hanoverian virtues, but she was nver
ab'e to cultivate them in the Prince.
Like the late John Ilrongham, he has
had a good lime in his JPe, and he
never allows the dignity with which
monatchsare wont to hedge themselves
aboM to interfere in the pursuit of
Ove of tlie smaliest-hearted, smallest
biained, and nt the arne lime one of
ihe most captious poht cians and impu
dent men u ho have held a scat in the
United Stales Senate in twenty yeais
is. W. W. ljatun, ,,t Cartfurd, Conn.
In ovc-y thing hal ea led for a Senatorial
di-phiy of the ex;iemet hulentss ;u
hiimao naiure, ICaiou has no rival in
the Senate, iiis link iva sure to be
I heard on lie grave t quest ons. and hi
fystish bile was (eh, hut only felt a.al
e'dom noticed, by aliun-t ever Ptquth
l ean .Senator. Wed, Connecticut, ha
just sealed his walking papers, and ihe
diminutive annoyance f Seiiat"iii
dig't.ity will disappear liurn the see re
oi nis pijliny ilori on t i e 4- n ,d ;dar I
r'orever, and n Ktrpoli'ican will take in
C'ara T.oni-o K't
fi tn Vie.. i a a -.ive
In i .gs
i t '-'e a-i
a w a v
, 1 Oii-e-sioti slic m i. hi up,, ii
ot the Grind Jpera. An
IIIIK IH KV I.
I admirer sent to her hotel
a Into d lieamiful plumage in a
of gold. '
.The bigger ihe icJel the belter the
vote, is tlie principle they work upon
in Georgia, and, accordingly in thi
recent election Colquitt received a ma
jority of 50,000 over his competitor,
We expect soma misguide.! Demot
cratio friend will chalk our siepH with
the fi gure 3,0G4. Tt would be erv
appropriate thus to inform us of the
price of their candidates.
No one now fears "nigger domina.
lion," though it seems that Hancock
did at the late unpleasantness, but,
strange as it may j appear, there are
some who fear southern domination.
English is the man after their own
heart, for lie has always been "the poor
rnan' friend' and h copperhead.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FAXCY GROCEKIES, !
u "tl' arSc c AssoricU ana most Varied Stock ol
iiOC5i:S5KS isi tSse eountrj".
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
tn a u - a il Is & u a Q
r3 p. n E5m .
rc?. iia:t a:;d ssast.
For ITiorn flmn n. i"Mvl r I1
fi ii f I.lnit Loo
known to millions ..11 over the world as
the only reliance lor tho relief or S3
accidents and pain, ft is a menicineN
4 above in ico and praisn tiie best of rts S:i
.1 i every lorui ol external pain
;s junstans Linimont ltn-i'hoiif no v-,..o
3 It Ptnilr.iliM lid.li uiiel mtixclo to I
a uceot pain ,nd iniluination Impossible. IQ
, ' r, .-iiuc.,, Jiiiuiuil ricsii am inoi
jn-ui" uthuiiu am equally wonderful,
ihe Ales tea ti
Vtrt V lul-t(. lA't'l'V tl! V In in-r- i rv Ri!
t-tt Sifrii-o.i. oi n e-i b
X,,VVArl,J- tC"V?3 sucU ailments of
tlio iiLJIAN Vi.ttUi ns
.KlieninatUm. Sivr.IIlncrs, Ktiff
nnrt S oldi, Cots, liruhcs and
Spcln , I'olionons lilies il
sI.Jjiss. MiflnoM, I.amnifsg,
Sorn, ric. r. Vr.l.a.. i, ,. . ... '
tU?ie JPIle CaUcrt lirrast. mid
fe jj ladi-ed every form or extevual iis-
- m nn n iinoiiricarii,
t or the Bri;tk Cuuation it t urea
SCrnln, Swiimy, Stiff Joints,
I'oumlcr, IFnrness Korea, ironf
tho Mfflit ami every other cilment
O IVIltcn ttlA r. nnn.,.. .
; J!'1 fcocI Vara rc llnole.
ihrt Itfexlcan Mnstnit Liniment
always cures and never ilisappoiuts:
j uiul it Is, poiitivelj-, 11 '
FC2 1TAIT OS E3AST.'
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mil .V". ,,or, Sf.rat.cl.cs, -Viixl-
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Retail 35calcrs la
ti f t M i
& W.r -
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& ho Great Carriage rclanu-Tacturini; House of the
e:;erson, fisher & -co.;-
Ktciffal, Ciond WotUinuiisSitp, Handsome Style, Strong
and KuiilIe Vvliiclca in Every Ilespcct,;
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StATtVrAVTKREn I5Y r.MEIJM, FiRrKK A- fO-, AKE NOW IX VE IS ETB
PAKT T THE AJIEKHAS tO.X'riSEST. ! V .... ... 1
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Thev "ive unfaidntr satisfaction. All their work is warranted. They have received tewtimo
ntnls iroin all naif of tbt country of purport similar to I ne following, hundreds of which are ir
file subject to inspection : '
.,- vv...W Pioivit A Co.: Gaiva, Ills;, Jnl-v 18. JS79.
I iitnt'-deuV of vonr Top nnmriea three years, and three of them two years in my liver
table and thev have si von mo perfect satisfaction and are in constant nse. Oscab SxAUOrT...
cophi'S & J us !: - Nf wrJKERY. 8. C.,Joly17. J879.
)eni-4irs-l have been nstmr the Emerson Fishp.r Bnprary I lxnwht. from you as rontthly.X
o.mvonecf.nld. I had a fast horse, drove him at lull speed, sometimes witb two lar
mesnrt" mvH-ft in llv hnnv. and it is t-day worth all the money I paid for it. I say the Km :
erson & Fisher Bullies will do. . , A, M. EAOVB, Fenner.
The fsvoi-abV renniation the Cnrriasrea have made in localities where they have been osed for
seteriil ven-s bv Livervnien. Phvsicinns.and other- requiring hard and constant, nse. has led tl"
nlnrni'l demand from those localities, to meet, which tho mnnulaet nrins facilities of thic
mammoth eslabliihinont have been extended, enabling theui now to turn ont in good style. ,
360 CARRIAGES A. WEEK.
ErERS0PI, FISHER CO.'S CARBIACfs ARE THE PEST, ,
Albany, : Oregon.
REGULATING TIME-PIECES & BEPAIR
in Jewelry a specialty. Call. . TllnIT
Aleuts for "Sew tli me" ScwIbk
lafallilila Indian Esiaedliss.
(Sure Snot For
DURING A LONG KESIDENCE - AMONG
the Indian tribes of the coast End the inte
rior, l have had the srood fortune to discover,
Horn the "Muiicine" men of the several tribe,
and from oilier sources, a number oi remedies
lor diseases Incident to t his country, connist
imr of roots, herbs and bark, and havintc been
solicited by many people of this valley, who
have tried and proved the efficacy of them in
disease, to procure and ntBur t he sumo for sale,
I take this means or announcing to all that,
dm-iug the past season, I have made an ex ten d
ed tone throiiKli the mountains and valleys,
and have secured certain! of these remedies
which are a sure cure for i
Ifiver and Ajjue
Those smiVi in;-from Ague who desire to be
.ire Lean leave orders at Mr. Strong'sstore oa
r ust stn-ot, where I will furnish the remedies.
wMiraninitf a radical cure or I will demand no
r-',y' , W. N. JOHMi -
. i;rm(j.lH!Hdoneiipinl packages. IS-1
' i s a p. ti ri
$ - nM! 'W.liii-ld.iffi',
. Wi'-W : 1 IWl .
EScFARLAND & HARVEY.
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