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EAmnaiAKIS IN ALBANY,
Incident! orth shake who llt ll, how
they Itll and who didn't feel It.
AVe have bad it at last a real live
earthquake, with all tholiereditamenta,
appurtenanoen and appliances thereun
to bolonglng or In anywise appertain
ing. It vibrated and oscillated from
north, to eouth yea, even from Dlx
ie Creelt to tho Callpooia. It "came
on to be heard" about the time the
'; sands ha J run, to low 0 or In other
word nbout-fl o'clock ,on Saturday
evening, and shook things up lively for
the space of0 seconds. As this Is the
first earthquake that has ever visited
Albany, within the knowledge of the
."oldest luhab.-," it may well be Imag
Ined that much consternation ' was
manjfest on every band, and that many
persons displayed the most perturbed
state of mind during Its. continuance,
AT COMSTOCX'H WAREHOUSE
(workmen were engaged il sacking
wheat, and when the shock came and
the staunclr old bullding.began to rock
And crcali, the Wildest alarm took pos
' session of the suckmen, and a general
stampede for the street was mado leav
ing nobody "the sack to hold." ' '
IN HOWEU,, HABPEIt 4 CO'g WAREHOUSE
Mr; Howell was busily engaged at the
' , l 1 1' I Ma...... I
uuiv-u uifiu, nuaui iu cuiiiiJiJt-tuuu
f figuring, when tho desk began to shake
knout arid t recede from him and then
.;', ran Itself up Against his breast with
' violence.' Thinking that somebody
s was on the other side of the partition,
; against which the desk was placed,
Bhaklng the wall for the purpose of
J "deviling" him, he uttered a string of
J adjectives more forcible than elegant,
i and stepped outside to see who his tor-
mentor was, ; By the time be had made
" a few strides mid heard the timbers of
' the huge building cracking and groan-
ing in every joint, the terrible truth
i flashed trpon hfm, and well, his wife
thinks every woman ought to have an
earthquake subject to her command
and there would be no trouble about
bringing husbands home speedily and
t early on Saturday nights.
I AT ALBANY COIXESE
the Sigma Phi Society was holding. Its
-1 regular meeting, and a certain aspiring
r young Demosthenes was in the
midst of- a display of. forensic elo
i quence, when-, suddenly his tongue
clove to the roof of his mouth, Ills eyes
J glared wildly at the swinging cliandc-
lier. his jaws dropped apart .like a
broken trunk lid, and he fell ,"ker-
1 whollop", into his chair That august
body suddenly adjournsd without the
1 Hcmnl nni-1 in nuihtfiri? frtl'ni. nnrl f.llA
Ao-tlinnnlra wna l.iff In ania nnawnaulmi
"' of those honored halls of learning.
I .IN MANY FAJUUES
tiirouguuui lite city various iiieiueiiis
; occurred of moreOr less "ludicroslty."
' One lady snatched up a doll and rushed
out of the house, leaving her baby
) asleep In the cradle; another lady, who
had Just retired alone,, sprang out of
J bed, ran out of the room, and locked
the door to keep the wretch secure win)
I dared get under her bed and shako it,
I until her husband should come home
I and muzzle him Her "hubby" came
home shortly, and not having heard of
j the earthquake, he armed himself,
I cautiously unlocked the bed-room
i door, and while his wife carried alight
t honoured every nook and corner of
f ine room, wiru pisioi cocnea anu pre-
sented ready to blow the intruder's
J brains out. , Of course , nobody, was
f fou'nil, and the wife looked confused.
4 Next morning, however, when they
I heard of . the earthquake, the tables
I were turned and the, husband looked
J sheeblsli. ' He says .sjiooting earth-
I quakes is not the trade he was brought
f Up tO.,.,, .-'
Several ladies became desperately
("""Sea-sick, as they descjibe it, while we
have heard of two who fainted outright.
One lady, who had experienced
several shocks in California, but whose
Webfoot husband has had no ex
perience in the business, snatched' him
from his warm bed and '.drugged him
out Into the lot to save him from the
terrible crash which she believed was
Imminent,. ..Jl.e(ng,cjud Jn tho most
vam?Vent attlro, ho told tier,, with Mb
teeth chattering together, .that he
didn't see much dill'erence between
being swallowed up in an earthquake
and .being frightened 'and frozen to
death! ''. ., : ...
But while ln various parts of the city
j these incidents were transpiring, yet
1 in othor localities, the shock ..was not
perceptible. ;.!Along the business part
I of the city In storesj saloons, etc., it
Iwas not felt. 1 In many' houses only
3 certain persons of the family noticed
fit, while others were wholly Ignorant
j of Its presence. : Geo, Patterson felt It
" Bhakc his bed with great violence, yet
his wife who had not yet retired, did
not observe it. Billy Queeurr rolled
out of boil with' tho violence of the
'Bhock..!! Mr. Clement felt It imme
diately after going to bed, while other
persons in the same house kaew noth
ing of it.
Fortunately no damage'was done to
life or property ;and wer,are pleased
that California '.cannot oluim -to be
ahead of us In anything not even ,in
earthquakes. :. . . . i . . " '
To FAnpipBS. Howell, Harper A
o. have for sale the Statesman (iraln
prill, the only reliable force feed grain
n the Coast. Thoseimported by them
re mado with many Improvements
which adapt them to tho peculiarities
of this Coast. The hoes can be changed
from a straight line to srzlg-iag. We
would say to those desirous of purchas
ing a good grain drill, do not fail to
we the "St&tesmah." as they guarantee
it to be second to none now oflered to
;he public. It will sow wheat, rye,
aats, barley, timothy, and clover eeed,
snd is quickly regulated to sow any
juantity to thi-aore that may be deslr
d. The above named firm also have
ecd cuttng boxes and fanning mills of
he latest and most Improved styles;
a fact the farmers will do well to go
nd see ttiem If they desire to purchase
ything from a wheel-barrow to a
mm engine. . .
There Is talk of a new bank at Al
ly. Faro 2 HitMtmaa.
a. Band in the tWet.Jlryisttr
aryl Bank nipt
Tub Coming Sensatioh. The
citizens of Albany wilt to-night huve
an opportunity which bus never before
been aiforded theui that of hearing
a real live Prima Donna in Opera. The
lady is Madame Stevenson, who comes
with a continental -reputation. The
Salem Statesman of last Wednesday,
tlws discourses upon this eminent
lady's attainments: "Of Madame
Stevenson's vo'leo and artistio singing
we cannot speak too highly. : She is
possessed of a sweet, warbling rich
Soprano which, In regisister also par
takes of the Mezzo Soprano and even
contralto; it is of the "clear' timber"
remarkably flexible, brilliant and
highly cultivated, but in her ballad
singing she has a charm which cannot
bo taught. ' It Is soul. ; Her great
vivacity also -Is the result of a
temperament evidently Imbued with a
high sense of the ridiculous. ; Master
McKenzle's singing of "M'Appare,"
and "Thou art so near and yet Bo far"
were worthy of the warm appreciation
bestowed upon him." We hope to see
Pacific Opera House filled to over
flowing to-night, as the priceof admis
sion has been reduced to 50 cents.
The City Election. There Is.con
siderable buzzing on the streets at.
nresent over this event, and .in conse
quence of the fact fhatbur city is about
equally divided politically, both par
ties me making extra exertions to se
cure good and acceptable tickets. . The
Kepubiican Convention last evening
nominated some very good men, while
others can scarcely be regarded as the
moat popular gentlemen in the city.
Wo. will not attempt to particularize
wherein their ticket is especially
weak, but will confidently assure th
Democracy that judicious nominations
on their part at the Convention to-night
will secure a complete victory to our
Cause.: Let careful deliberation and
complete harmony characterize your
deliberations aud let the defeated as
well as the successful candidates work
diligently for the success of tho ticket.-
llARiusBuiio I'ruMB.-Our ever
vigilant Ilarrisburg'agent Sam May,
floated in upon us last Friday, as did
also Senator Hoult, Dr. Davis, Jas.
Brasfleld and Jas. Uiley. From them
we learn that '. ,rl
Business is lively at . Harrisburg,
although very little wheat has yet
The Harrisburgschool is In a more
flourishing condition than ever before
120 scholars being In attendance.
J. C. Bolou is Principal, assisted by
Mr. Henderson. The conduct of the
school is giving general satisfaction.
The Harrisburg municipal election
transpires next Monday.-; A citizens,
ticket will doubtless be chosen, with
out reference to "boledics.".
Valuable Wokk. Mr. Wm. Doug
Ins is'at present canvassing this county
for subscriptions to a hook entitled
"Behind the Scenes in Washington."
This is a most valuable work to' the
student of the current history of our
Government, showing up the late cor
ruptions iu the Grant Administration
in the most grnphio light. It also
treats of the City of Washington, its
public buildings, the recent workings
of Congress, of the lobbyists, of the
President, of tho White House, of
Senators and Congressmen, thieves.
sharpers and adventurers; etc., etc
It contains over 500 pages and is neat
ly and beautifully bound. No Ameri
can citizen should be without a copy.
A Fine Gun. We direct attention
to the advertisement of Parker
Brothers, West Meriden, Conn. 5 We
have tried one of their guns, and, from
practical experience, feel no hesitancy
iu saying it is the bast double-barrel
shot-gun in existence." The simplicity'
of its construction, and the facility and
capacity of loading and driving' fe
charge, renders it the most desirable
gift for sportsmen now in use. We
recommend all our friends who may
desire a fine gun to send for a Parker,
by all means. The Colorado Citizen.
Republican TicKET.-On Wednes-i
day evening the Republicans met in
Convention, at the Court House, and
nominated the following ticket: For
Mayor, Luther Klklns; for Recorder,
Jos.' HaWiioh; - for' Marshal, Theo.
Cartwright;- for Treasurer, Jas. Titus.
For Councilmen, Dr Froman, R. K.
Warren, J. F. Backensto, JV. Balti
more, J. H. Foster, A. B. Morris. It
will be observed that the Santiam
Ditch captured the Convention and got
away with a majority 'of the Council,
including the candidate lor Mayor; '
Tbb Thanksgiving - Festival
given by thf ladies of the IJ. PCbureh,
yesterday,' was the most elegant alFair
ever given in this city.1' Pacific Opera
House ,.was literally jammed during
the progress of the dinner' hours
everybody seeming to prefer partaking
of the bountiful and most excellent re
past there spread than to eat nt home.
The U. P. ladles (ever celebrated for
the excellencies of- their entertain
ments; fairly eclipsed even themselves
in this affair. -. ;
At Lebanon. Mr. Geo. W. Settle
has opened a feed. Stable at Bell's old
stand in that village, where he is pre
pared to furnish feed at Grangers'
priceshalf the price formerly charged.
Mr. Settle Is an accommodating and
reliable gentleman, and we cheerfully
commend him to the patronage of the
that section. Don't let Jfour horses
stand out in the rain any more when
yoit go to Lebanon. Settle will feed
them well for two-bits a head. "
CoxcEitt' at Lebanon. The
Lebanon Brass Band will give a grand
musical entertainment at Santiam
Academy, in that village, on Friday
evening, Dec. 19, on which occasion a
rare "bill of fare" in the musical line'
will be offered to the public. . The
Band, under the masterly tutilage of
Professors Karrcll and Compton, have
been remarkably proficient, and will
doubtless furnish a rare treat to their
, II is Hebe. ilcCormick's Alma
nac for 1S74, Is on our table, overflow
ing with valuable information rela
tive to Oregon and the adjoining
Tcrritoiies, together with a full sum
mary of general Information. Price
25c. Sold at Foehay's book Store in
. DOME AJVn ABUOAD. I
. Earthquake, tlgh! -' '---""-'j
City election Monday!
Holidays come on apace. ;
Three now cisterns nearly completed."
Col. Ttfal was in this city during the
weoii. , "
Vote tho Democratic ticket and be
virtuous. . , v
Lebanon has 150 Inhabitants ana a
Josopli Nixon was In tho city on
Wednesday. - , i
Turkeys have quit bossing around
Dr. Alexander went to Oregon City
duringthe week.- 1 ' ui"
New styles blank deeds and mort
gages at this office.
Straud Price has been dangerously
111 during the week.
Juontaomery dtPendelhave lost a
valuable horse.j; 86 ad, J J ij' :$ :
Jake Sprenger has gone to Walla
Walla to engineer a hotel.
W. W. Martin and wife, of Salem,
spent Thanksgiving with us. -
Greenbacks, 92c. - Wheat, $1,00.
Lggs, 85c. Children half price. - .
Democratic Convention v to-night.
Rally'rqmid the old banner1. hoy4 ?
fi -tt..j-i et'l , L L ' . . B : ;'
! m-iia. payrs is copying pur; new
subscription book in elegant'styldL
. iAlLtTraitter, traveling ;ivgiit for
the Meruury called during the week.
Orin Parks and lady celebrated
Thanksgiving with fervency and zeal.
It is a boy.
Thanks to Geo. B. Christie, Esq., our
energetic and rustling Scio agent, for
remittanoef .-! p fS v ; r j t
Walter Retclium, Tj. M. Thompson
and (?eo. Patterson are election judges
for next Monday.
A line lot of "latest agonies" of job
and card type received at this office.
Bring on your work.
C. J. States, of MarlOn county, last
Monday sold two wagon loads of po
tatoes at Weed's, in this city.
No boats yet, the Willamette being
in a very languishing and low condi-,
tion in fact confined to its bed,
, Wo are, enjoying the most beautiful
weather imaginable while they are hav:
iiis heavy snow storms in tho Eastern
Operatio, Humorous, Comie and
Characteristic delineations at Paeffio
Opera House, by theSteveuson Troupe,
Prof. Taylor lectured on education at
Crooks' school house, in Syracuse Pre
cinct, last Tuesday eveuing, to acrowd
cd house. .;" ii' S!.si
Jess. Irvine, "The Great," was over
from Scio last Saturday. He says
times nro. unusually ' scrumptious in
Rev. Isaiah Wilson preached 'the
Thanksgiving sermon at U. P. Church
yesterday. (A largo congregation were
in attendance. -
Our olllce.force bow their gushingest
to Mr. Preston Bowman and lady for a
most delicious cake a littlo smaller
than Mt. Hood.
AVell, now, really 1 there are more
friendly, sociable, gushing people in
town than ever before. Ha! we have
It! 'lection! I 1
Now pay up your subssriptlon before
another earthquake comes. We're
vaccinated and It won't hurt us. but
its lightning on delinquent subscribers,
Our talented friend IL, ,C, George,
r.q., win siioruy go to rortiana to
read law in theoflice of W. H. Eflluger,
Esq., one of the leading attorneys of
hat city. ' ' -
New subscribers rolling In, If this
thing keeps on we .will be compelled
to procure a powef press, as our Johnny
says the old "Washington" Is about to
wear him out.
We hear rumors of another case of
igcest in Brush Creek Precinct, this
county, i. We have no particulars nd
forbear comment until the precinct has
been heard from officially.
Madame Laura Agnes Stevenson,
the English Prima Donna, assisted by
the celebrated youthful . Californiau
Baritone, Master J. W. McKenzie, at
Pacific Opera House to-night.
Our old Corvallis friend, D. G. Clark,
Is one of the purchasers of Kuhn's
hardware store. There is no better
man than Daye, and we are ;glad to
welcome him to a front seat ainrrti; us.
Under the management of our young
friends, Messrs; R.i R. Humphrey,
Isaac vonn anu wm. luiuer tue danc
ing party at Paciflo Opera House, on
Wednesday eveuingpassed off most
The railroad boys, with the ubiqui
tous Stroud at their head, had a ban
quet and general good time at Rose-
burg last night. Hon, L. F. Lane and
other prominent Roseburg citizens
Dr. O. P, 8. Flummery Superintend
ent of W. U. Telegraph, is at present
in.the.city, havingjust returned -from
repairing the tin stn Northern -California.
Ho seems to be In a good state
of preservation,' .' 'T "',!.. ,".'.' .' i " -,
-'- The earthquake has developed
several Independent condidates for city
offices. You see these'are getting un
steady and uncertain in this world now
and It looks as though this is about the
last chance for "offis" in this world.
David Harney, formerly of County
Down, Shtate of Ireland, where are
yes? You used to beTii;ATbany Ore
gqn, and your brother Samuel wants
you at Phil'delpby. Come out ov yur
hldln' place, ye shpalpeen, and learn
something till yoor benefit.
AVe understand tha Mr. W. B. Barr
has placed his grand piano (Haines
Bro's) at Madame Blevenson's disposal
for her - -entertainment to-ijlght-
Madame Stevenson having expressed
herself delighted with it, classing it
with some of the finest instruments
she has met with on her recent tour.
For intelligence of speech, and , ele
gance of dictlon commeuJ us ' to that
Republican candidate for Councilman
who last Wednesday; night Itt tlie. Con
vention, arose majestically and said:
"Mr. Cheerman, I motion that we git
up a committee cm Order of Business
for to git up an order of dolus for this
here mecttti.? .."tTlT
; We trust no Democrat will 1 flare
up" and refuse, to support the ticket
because he- fails to secure the nomina
tion to-night There are scarcely ten
votes difference In the rtdative strength
of the two parties, hence it will require
the utmost harmony and unanimity of
action to secure the success of our tick
et. Don't fail ta vote tha fall 'ticket
.This Ovtmr.AND Monthly 1'or
Decbmbkb. With this- issue the
eleventh volume of this admirable
magazine is completed, and we say
with pleasure that It Is one of tho best
numbers ever placed before the public.
Its varied table of contents presents
more than the usual proportion of
western geographical and other ar
ticles, and in this respect is exceeding
On TnB War. Path. An aged
gentleman of this olty is "right upon
it" because of the massacre of the
Virginius crew by the Spanish. He
says he is a Virginian himself and he
can't stand by and hear of the whole
sale murder of his countrymen with
out feeling a spirit of vengeance with
in his bosom I He Is ready to head an
expedish to Cuba at an hour's notice.
Discharged. Last Saturday. Jos.
Purdom was examined before Judge
Tandy on a charge of assault with a
dangerous weapon upon Jas. . McMer
rick. Judge Johns appeared for the
State and Messrs. Whitney and Baker
for the defeudunt. After hearing the
testimony the defendant was discharg
ed, the tostlmony not appearing suf
ficient to bind him over.
Seed. Howell, Harper & Co. have
choice articles of wheat for seed, such
as Fall or White JH titer, Click, Chill
Club, Sbnora, etc.; also a lot of Orchard
Grass and Timothy seed, all of which
they will dispose of by exchanging for
other seed, or on other terms which
The Difference. Tho freight
charges -on. an Invoice of material
which.we last week received was only
$3,35 from Sah Francisco to Portland
("PQ Allies,) and were $7,50 from Port
land, to this city, (75 miles.) Dons the
railroad tariff need regulating? Echo
answers: - "should say so!" .
TnE OitEQOX Granger made its
appearance yesterday. It is talrly
printed and displays marked editorial
ability. We extend to Bro. Mercer
the right hand of journalistio fellow
ship and wish him ample success in
his laudable enterprise.
NeabiNo Completion. The Coun
cil last Saturday granted the right of
way through the City, to the Albany
& Santiam Canal Company. It is ex
pected that one wing of the Canal will
be"cd.mpleted to tho river within tho
nextweek.T v -;
t . ;
Chbomo Premiums. That excellent
religious journal, the Paeific ChriMan
Advocate, published at Portland, offers
three rare chrolnos as an inducement
to subscribers. Read the adv. alse
where. ' ' , , , -, ','
Examination of Teachers. There
will be a public examlnatiou of teach
ers held In Albany District School
House, on Saturday,. Deo. 27, at
o'clock A. M. T. J. STITES.
- ' i Co. School Supt.
Look out for Them. A gentleman
every way competent to do the subjects
justice has promised us a Christmas
Poem and a New Year's Address.- We
know our readers will look for them
With liveliest interest.
Cheap Plows. Howell, Harper A,
Co. have just received a large lot of
Collins Cast Cast Steel and the cele
brated Star Moline Plpws, which they
are selliug at greatly reduced prices.
Howell, .Harper & Co.
buy all the oats in Oregon.
, , ,. r NEW TRIItMPHSr
- - ' -Sfilei at Lost Year. '
. The statistics from sworn returns of
the Sales of Sewing Jlachines in J872,
(reported in 1878), show that the Sing
er Manufacturing Compauy sold, last
year, over FORTY-FIVETHOUSAND
more machines than any other Com
pany, and over one-quarter of all ma
chines sold during that year. Nine
out of ten of said Singer Machines Were
for FAMILY use proving the great
popularity of the Singer In the house
hold.... Anuexed are the Sales of dlf
feret makers: ' '
Tlie Sliiirer 9Innfacir Ce. sold 310. TBS
Wlincler Wilson M'IKUo -Jtold 1J4.WM
Howe MtK-hlno Co, (i-RtluiaU-d) " Ho.ixw
Ohwer A Hiikor S. M. Co " 62,(k
limnpstlo H. M . Co -. "
Weed IS. M. Co " 42.4H
Wilcox (ilbhs M. M. Co ." tB,tll
Wilson a. m Co..... " m.ira
Ainot. B. H. 0. 4 B. M. CO (..,.... 1B.IM)
Uold Mhdul 8. M. Co. " 17,8117
Florence B. M. Co " 16,7a
- TITUS, IIOUItGAItDBS CO., .
! n i-acenl, Albany, prey on
Also, all kinds or Machine Needles for salol
SPKCIAL CABI.IC D1NPATCH FROM THE
WORLD'M VAIR. -
! Vienna, Austria, Aug. 20, 1873.
IV. O. Wilson, President- Wilton Seu
inn Machine Company. Cleveland,
. Ohior' ' - ; ' . .
The Wilson Sewing Machine receiv
ed the GRAND PRIZE MEDAL for
being the Best Sewing Jachlne, and a
Grand Prize (medal " of honor) was
awarded to the Wilson Sewing Mixr
chine Co. for manufacturing sewing
machines in the best manner, from the
best material, and by the best known
mechanical principles. , These celebra
ted machines are now on exhibition
and for sale at the store of '
BLAIN, YOUNG & CO.
A medicine that has done more than all the
prescriptions of the pharmacontela to protect
the human system against tbe bodily Ills su
perinduced by unhealthy surroundings, Is cer
tainly worthy of universal oonfldenee. It Is
mainly on account of Its extraordinary pre
ventive properties that Hosteller's Htomach
Bitters Is so exceedingly popular In localities
eubjeottothe visitation of miasmatic fevers
and other diseases produced by empoisoned
air. A family that has escaped sickness dur
ing a sickly season in oonsequenoe of usingthe
Bltters as a safeguard, isa living advertisement
of the virtues of the preparation. Tbe whole
neighborhood realize the fact. . "I oouldnt
have believed it," says one. "I scarcely cred
ited tue advertisements i but one must believe
whakone sees," says another. "It Is tbe very
thing We need in this unwholesome section of
country," remarks a third. And the result is
tbat the Instinct of self-defence, tbe first law of
nature, rnduees three fourths of that commu
nity to obtain ssupiay of the great vegetable
antidote before the next sickly season sets in.
In winter, when the system requires extra vig
or and elasticity to enable it to baffle theeffocta
of damp and eoid. the' Bitters will M Cound
not be apt to fasten upon miurles ami nerves
that have Ix.en brtwud up by (tils excellent In-
viomtttaiul nervine; nor win too severnies
of the seaxon, which have such a n,wt.mas ef.
fr-ct on the iiuiiliofiary .rKin oi uw i,-wim, ana
delleate. Is- likely to esereiv, the ame unto
ward liinueneee In - wneru me smma'-n
and the exli-rnal surliiee or ll,e rtny fwltleh
always .".vinpalnlzei with the digestive organs)
nave ben toned and timumtea i,y a couro or
the reoiorallve. 'Im-ninof li,llgelon and Ir-
regularities ot the oowejs -vnicn prow--, irom
sudden cnanges of weather may always be
averted i-y a timely um of tbe Bitter s.
When a man goes home and tries to
bolt his door with a sweet potato,
pokes the fire with the spout of a coffee
pot, attempts to wind up the clock
with his boot jack, tries to cut kindling
wood for bis morning lire with a paper
knife, takes a cold potato In hand to
light htm to bed, and prefers sleeping
In his hot aud boots, you may reasona
bly infer that he has been making the
acquaintance of some very friendly
people. , j
A Hog'em miller now keeps a neigh
boring family in a winters supply of
corn meal, because the lady promised
to make her husband vote for Hi,
Smith. The lady was smart enough
to secure the corn meal in advance,
and then she couldn't induce her lelge
to come to timo on tho vote. ,
"You needn't come on Sunday night.
or any other night," was the soothing
remark, written in delicate female
characters on a postal card that wing
ed Its way through the post office re
cently, to a certain lad.
An Eastern lady has Invented a
watoh which will have hands so made
and adjusted as to seize the wearer by
the coat collar every evening about ten
o'clock, and walk him off home.
"To Pecksmith," Corvallis.
Your communication Is most respect
fully declined. It is well written, but
embraces subjects which have already
appeared in print iu the local papers,
Wood Pumps. The best and most
Improved pumps now. In use being
the cheapest and most durable for
sale at Howell, Harper & Co's estab
lishment. To be Sentenced.' Judge Upton
overruled the motion for a new trial
in the case of Dr. Glass, and ho was to
sentenced this morning.
Found. A gold locket and gold
stud, which the owner can have by
addreisiug postofilce box No. 77 top
We don't see why the farmers don't
bring more hay into town in their
wagons, when the poor cows are so
The Winter Term of Albany
Collegiate Institute opens Monday,
Deo. 1st. R. K. WARREN, Pres.
Artificial butter Is being manufact
ured in the East, at 12.1c. per lb.
Wonder where they get hair so cheap!
. - BORN:
PARKS.-In (his olty. on Monday. Nov. 17th.
to the wife of Orrtn Parks a son.
WEEKLY PRICES CURRENT.
corbsctbp weekly by p.. c. haiu'br co
Following are the prices paid for produce, and
the priaos ut which other articles are selliug in
this insrket: - -
WHEAT White, 33 bushel Jl. ,
OATS IS bushel, 30 eft.
p0TT(Jli8- bushel, t .60. '
ONION'S $ bushot, $11 60,
FL0TJK 39 Nil. ft 50.
BNANS White, $ lb, 45 cts. ,
DRIED FRUIT Apples, eentsj
Poachos, $Ui, IS "Is.; Plums, $ B, 16c;
Currents, tp lb, 100.
BDTTER $ b, frcihrollJ525o. , .
EOOS If! dozon, 85 ots. '
OH1CKEXR 9 dozen'. t 00. ' '
SUaAR Crusliod, lb, 15 ots.) Inland, !
rb,llfai3 cU.j Man Frauoisou Kenned,
!Jl lb, 131 cts.
TEA -Young Hyson, $ ft, $1 10 I JnPn
S lb, 7bofi)l lltl ; liliieK, n, toousi
VKnev WE ro, ZAtgzo oonis.
SALT tb, H(33 cts.
BVTRUP Hesvy Oolden, 10 keg, 4 50.
Ex. Heavy Golden, "ft pell.. $1 2o.
BACON Hauls, $ lb, V.ait; Bidos, Sets i
LARD In tins $ rb, 10 els.) In kegs, 0 etl.
01b bevos'i Keroseot,,. gallon, 75 cts.,
3S ean. 6 gull., $3 00 ; Linseed 0)1, raw, 1S
gull.. $1 20: Linseed Oil, boiled, W gall.,
SKINS Undressed Deer Rkine, 54 II) 30 cts
Drosaed Deer Skins. 9 lb $1 25! Pry Cow
Hides, flint Mo.. I, $ lb 1012j;e" an"
Salted lb, No. 1, 0(a; cts j Uillls, nomi
nal t $heeprklns, acourdiug to quality and
OBSTACLES. TO MARRIAGE.
Hanov roltpf for vountr mpn from tho cfTcctn
of Errutw and Abnsen in curly llf. Manhood
iiettiorea. inipuaitneiiis 10 iMorriu rftni'veu.
New iiitithod oi treaLmeut. Nciw uud rt?tnarlc-
ablts rumodii'ii. Books ami clrciilnrH sunt fnm
in (tealcd PHVclopiii, Addrt'n, HuWAKU At
HOU1ATIOX, No. 2, SoiiUi Ninth t., I'hl.adol.
phla, l'a., an Institution having b lilult n'pu
Uitton fur honorable oouduc aud .urofeflvlonal
skill. , j ,'i vuui;(yl.
O. 1. UOOUB.
O. B. WUEELHB.
A. M IIKELEIt A 0.t
FORWARDING AND COMNISSION
T)flniprR In Mprohnhdlfi? and Produce. A eood
asRortmnntof all klrulK of Uooda ulwuji lu
store at. lowest mnrkct rates.
AKcnUfor wtleof Willow, (iraln Drills, CI
d r Mills, Churns, if,, &c.
CAHH imid for WHKAT, OATH, PfJHK,
BUTl'ER, JMitiH and l'UUL-TRY. ( vDaWyl.
For our great pictorial work, Just InhumI, calttu
A LA CALIFORNIA,
. . .
Sketches of Life in tho Golden State.
By the late Col. Albert 8 Evans. .
A Beautiful OWavrt, ftplpndltlly Illustrated.
vi via I'cn i si i x 1 1,1 ii uh ui iuu m
Callforiiia, tc.. vUi. ,
Agents, also wanted for tho
"MANUAL OF - AMERICAN IDEAS."
A most Invaluablo work for every Amerlenn
CIH.nn. fi;tvo, :t.V iwil"-s. Mn Jimt lhii'-il.
II 1 K KAIfSll;llH .Mll,ltIVAI. ANrr.i:i:'tu
HOOK, fckmd for tf-rms upon fli-" rnnld spll-
lng hooka. A, I. II VM IKlt r A .'(.,
i'liapped llninln anil face.
Sore iApu, nrynrml of the Nhln,
', , . , 4c, ti , ,
OiireH at onee tr II RO E.MAN'S CAMl'IIOR
ICK WITH OI.YC'KKINB. It koeni the l,pn,l
soft In all westber. Heehat you (jet HKdH
MAN'S., tMd hy sll Dru?i(lls, only 24 eents.
MflDufaolared only hy Hkorhan A Co., Chntn-
i.u and Druggist, New York. , JanU'TJyl
cami pa i I on i:;(;s.
IWILI, PAY m CUNTH 1'KR WWfZ. TX
rash, for all eijss brought to uiy establish
ment. In Albany.
usir. it. t,iin.Ai,i,i!..
fltmPAOKH; ftKI KNGHAVINfJH and
oiikd ri.Vt'K, luU!t.h-dQ"irt. rlyat K ru
Yar. 71rt .So. for Mil Jut t-ti"4. A Ctr
man Milton at aarnurlc-. .M'jffM
PRTVtrrp x to TP'
ttflVo. 51ft Sacra m onto Btreot, cor.
tulow Whut Cbeot'llouie. -,
Privata utmooe e ! t ;
Etabltd i2)rrti$?tf to afford iht afftiettd tewMt
and tcitnttfia meutrat aid in tnt treatmnt
and cure of all Private and Chron
ie Dicaittttae of titer
cy uutl tilt Sexual
.- ? ' 1l JJiiordtrt, . 7i
TO THE AFFMCTED.
DR. W. K. DOHIOKTY Ilrn'UllNS HIS 8IN
ct'ro Uiankis to his numeroua nntiehts for
their patnmuo, and would take this opportu
nity to remind them that ho continues to con-
stilt at hl,s Institute for Ihu euro of chronic dis-
i-Hsoa ol tho l.unps, hlvcr, Kidneys, uiKostive
ami Uenito-Urliiary UrirunR. and all nrivato
dtaunscfl, vla Hyphllin In ail its forma and sta
ges, Homlnal Weakness, and nil the horrid con
swjueuoi's of Helt'-iibuse, tionorrhooa, Uloet,
wti'ietures, Noeturnnl and Diurnal emissions.
Sexual Debility, Diseases- of the Back and
Lotus, inimuiumiion or me lunauer and Kid
neys, etc.. etc.. nud ho hones that his lone ci-
wrienco und wioeeSHful uraellco will contlnuo
to Inyiire iii m a share of public patron aire, lly
tho practice, of many years In Europe and too
United States, he is enablt-d to apply the most
(.-uicH-iiti unu Buccessim reuieuies aamsi uis
(Mist's of all kinds, lie cures without mercury.
charges moderate, treats his patients In a oor
reei. anu nouorauie way, anu uas rcierencos or
unqut.'Ktionahle wrneity from men of known
respectability and hlh standing tn- society.
All parties consulting him by letter or other
wise, will receive the best aud gentlest treat-
mum, uiiu impiieib sourccy.
Whn a fern file Is enervated, or nffllctod with
disease, ns weakness of the back and limbs.
pam in me neatt, aimness or sigiit, lobs oi
iiiufeuiur power, pujpiuii.on m me noan-, irri
tability. n'rouiesK. extreme urlnnrv diffleul-
ties, drriiimremeiit of dlirestive 1'unetionn. epn-
erar Ot-biiity, vastnitis, nil tllsenses of .the
womb, hysteria, sterility, and all other disea
ses peculiar to females; she should go or wrlto
at once to the celebrated female doctor, W. K.
pohei'fy, at Ills Medical Institute and consult
mm annul nenrouoies ana disease. ino doc
tor is eifectlmr more cures than unv other nh vs-
lclan In the Htute of Gulitoruia, Let no false
deiu-uey prevent you, out nppiy lmineu'ately
and SRve youreelf irom paiiilul sutferliiBs and
iremnuire ueiiin.v aii marrit 'i ijuuics wnosn
loliente henlth or other ct renin ilances ore vent
an Ineretwe in their families, sliould write or
can ai nr. w. k. iAneriya aicuicai insi:iuie,
and they wul recctvu uary joisiUle relief tuid
I'atlents restdlnir fir any nart of tho countrv.
however distant, who mav desire the ouhilon
and advifle of Dr. lkiherty In their reepeetlve
eases, and who thin it prijMr to mibmlt a writ
ten slateineut of such, in preference to holdinu
a personal iutvrview, are respectfully ahnured
that their communieations will be held most
sacred. The Doctor Is regular jrraduato and
my no consimen wiin every connueiiey.
If the case bo fullv and candid iv deterihd.
wrsonal coininuiilcaklou will be uunecessarv.
as lnMructions for diet, regimen, and the teen
cral intntmentof tho cann (iocludinfr, thn reme
dles), will be forwarded without delay, aid In
Bueh n manner as to convey no Idea of tha
purport of the letter - paroel so trnnsmttted.
Hhould your; condition require Immediate at-
,ennon, so nu ien uoiuirs in coin (or mat value
neurrenev) bv mail, or Wells. Fariro A Oo.'s
Express, and a paclme of medicine will bo
sent to vonr address with thf necessnrvlnstrjoa
tlonsforuse. Consultallon by letter or other
wise, vkkb. Permanent cure guaranteed or no
Address. W. kriKH FRTY. M. D..
' - ban Francisco, Cul,
Dr. Potierty Iihn lust published an Important
pamphlet emb'tdyniir his own views nnd exmi
rlenuiM In retnlloii t liniMrtonce or Virility, be
Iiik a nhnrt tmaiwi on HperoiHtorrtia'A nr Sern
lnal WaktiesK, Norvnus ami Physical Delilllty
oonscquent on Milt affection, and other disea
ses oi wu I3CXI1HI wrmiiw.
This little work contains Information of the
utmost value to all, whether married or single,
and wilt he sent KitKK by mail on receipt oi
Bis eenia in ppsutue sin me lor retnm posiage,
A(iiin:ss, rie iv. uwiir.rvt i, ui, i.,
v8u;itLf. . bun i iiiuciHco, Cat.
DOCTOR OF MEDICINK, .fllVSICf AN A BUjlOlOW,
601 Zoarney Btreoi, oor, of Sftcrainenio
(, - up stairs , '" ;
May bo privately and Confidentially eontiuHed,
either pcrHoniilly or by letter, for the cure of
diseases of tint Generative Onians. N.Tvotii
lJebilify, ,Hermalorrh(ea or B-mthal AVeak..
nt'f,, syphilis, (innorrho-a, Htrlcturo of' ths
rrelhra and (il"et, or r.'Hiiitlnfr from youthful
IndlKcrel lon, or other iri'dIsfoslnKoatises.
lUt. THOU AS advertises with tho view of
iniWmlnir fuiilerers wheiM (hey may consult a
skillful medical mun whoetji (five them jiroof
of having niiNned tlrt'niiKh Ftuel) a course of pro-
lesNiohiu miuiieH ami I'MinitnaMonfl h to unit-
e him tolhe lu'lest confidence. t'
HjH'rmatorrliu a or Humimtl IleblHIy. As of
all dlrieiis'is or tliM human nynt-in, this Is tlie
inofit to b' uuunled utfailiKt; nn, If once con
tracted, should Its treatment be most Judicious,
Tin1 reiuti()iiHl)!i, or relallle deocrnlency - ox lit
lnt; bit ween the (Vi'Hiro Kplnitl eyntein of
nerves and the proen atlv-e organs Is such us to
reipiir on the part of Iho physician an intl-
maie Kiiowiciij;') or iiiejr uuauiniicai anu
physfool strueiiire, inrwhen once th" laws of
nature have been violated, the beautiful bal-
mice which naturally exluta between the ner--voiih
and mtirxciilur syhtem Is oveii itrown, and
a villat d condillon of the mind and body di-
riifiy lfPlU In an array of morbid svmiitoms
ool-h nervous n. rid pliyhleal, Irom which the pit
tientcan fnl,v hope to be permanently cim'd
by the Kcloidillo resi-urcli of the true physiolo-
l' lv, i nofnAn sironpiy nti vihcb innne sunfr
lnte from the abnw ilii.i aseKl4 phtce themselves
under hiK pnifesHiotialeaniut ourtn, ftn1 aurei
lliiiin that his treatment is uniformly suuer
lilt, and patient who have losteyf-ry hope may
resoit to htin wit ti lite full asburaricu of a raiad
and piTmHiieiit recovery.
int. j 11.1 An j'unipesii nnn uoianmi expe
rlenee has extended over Iwcnly-flve years.
Hestudiedat the Vetiiilnter Hospital and
Nt. (Jeonre Medical lehooi, lontlon, and was
formerly surynon to the Houtli West Ixuidon
F.Aamiundoiis pmincd by Dr. Thomas. Mer
Ijerol t ! i Hiet'iil foil cue ol Hureons, Kiifcrland,
iHiO; Meeiitlal'i of the, I toy a I Ciile(;e of I'hysl
eiuns, J'lmhuid, HOI; l.tcenthiMi In Midwifery
Hoval C'ollt Ke of Huriieoiis, J'j.Kland, lill j
J)clor of Medicine, I'liKi-rHty of Oii'Mscn,
(Jcrinany : (iold MednllHt, Medical College,
UlnouiMHirir, i.noori, imt.
hli. THOMAS may rttvi ho confidentially
(viiiKUftcd In dl.tnises Incidental to females.
1'atlents unuil"U( Coni',fcper(tonally, may do
mo bv letter, Nt atltif? syiinAoiiiSjitKe uud sex,
CoiiKiiltatlon by lett-T, trey, " i
ursolial coiiHiiltiltiou from B A. U. till 9 P. H.
8tuulyn inchiKlve. ,
t;ncsof inedlclnn forworiied Ho as to &fj
olmerviit ion, to all parts of the Irtterlni.
iVxtimonniiH iioiu puueon, mo Mdieai pro-
fesslon, and preN,
Editorial from ine "Pifurew"newpaper,an
Fran-Wco, .Inly 'A 1:1 1
mi.Tilo,MAW.-'J hcmMlcflifdreeof ourclty
tui reilvfd n very vnluablu addition by the re
cent arrival of J r. Thomas, who, tfter ft mot
snwM Sfiul eurei r tn l:tu-opi) and the frnjrllih
Colonies, liyt concluded to make Kijn Fraii'ils-.
m itiit pt-rnjimsnt home. Or. Thomas' stiidiej
nave D'jen purnncu un'nr inn nna r-nropi'iiii
fdiynlcianH, DnniiLC hit professional career ha
out pnNsed his examinations at lilcbitc' edA
bratcii I'lilversltV, tiiewwen, (irrrnHiiy, as Doc
tor of Medicine, with the hitch cut honors i also,
of the Jloval CoIIckc i,f I'liyflclans and Hur
jreorii, Knictand : have eti his University
jjeicrce anu i :''mnem,et, a iaunnti uipiomH,
pr'-M-nt'-u mi ine J:iir uy m oi fnn
lnwm, show-vJhnt hit vaHmide services are
wknowiedired '.V filch a venerable lody as the
alove iiomed OMt-r, The nrVi of IT. Thomas
ItllOCHleri Ht etfl KejimuV ireit up JUAtn, n-
trunce Uucramcnio street, ban r ranci;,.
W BavlriK iM'rmnnently loeat' d In Albany. In
m m. rhe.iii-'B (,.iiuuny, on rh corner or Mi
d HroiiOJiHiln utrc ti. 1 wilt be Imppy to oo-
wmfn'r'W'" all inr old ciiMmir anu a ma
new ot,. ax mav ee fit to tlve ties A call.
will keen all klud of choice meat b"'-f. mut-
on, veal, and lonak snwyu.
P. C. HARPRR &
.. fciLLLEBs 'w :;. ,"; . .;,v,;.! .v '
.'"; Embracing tho most
r- ')', '": '":' ', , , i ---i; '! " ' --'-- ' "
. ' f 40N8ISTINO
FINE SILKS, ENGLISH VELOURS AND DIAGONAL SERGES HT
ALPACAS, ' -
i PLAIDS, -
" SILK! FRINGES,
-. . . - - : FANCY NOTIONS,
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
fj It IV t is it I
.LIXIIJ .ilW XJJ.XA.KJt '!'
iiVVVS AMD SHOES,
? i i:' PICTURE CORD,
' -'- Tassels,.
CHILDREN'S FURS, ' . - -
'; ''.,. ".-,-v.i..-. . --t -
ft,;.- & H, 15 "7
gsS- . J ' : rr- Q
6 : h crp V
a -vn .tsSgSE A: r s p
) .;...ir,,T -
! DOMESTIC GOODS; ;
' GLASSWARE, : . .. , ' A
POCKET CUTLERY, . , ,
v.,.:, . TABLE cutlery,: ';';J
' : GROCERIES, .
- - - ! ; . TOBACCOS, :
''.,'., FLANNELS; ' .
AlSd THE CELEBRATED BliEECH-LOAlllNS : .
LAMirJATED STEEL SHOT CUriS i
PLAIN SHOT GUNS, v
- shot Belts,., .. .
cncssEfj km undressed deer skins,
COW HIDES, ETC:
For ready ca1i, or to prompt
inducements. Don't fail to call
OF DRESS GOODS
is PAET OS
IV O GOODS!
MIRRORS, " ,
PICTURE FRAMES', ' ,
' r 1 ' BROCHE SHAWLS,
',..;, -iV.r'.V-'".- U- i-" 1 LADIE'S FURS, '
.v-,-, ;,",.-,' ,; 1 CASS1MERE, .
.' ; . ,
foU FURS 1 1
paying customers, we offer estra
and examine our stock beftr