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S FOR THE STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
, , ..8nm'I Adair.
wni . , Isaac Miller.
cawille O. P. Coshuw.
tin E, Holtfale,
..ii City ,'.. -I. J. Hinjuewood.
-, W. T ........... W. J. Hamilton.
, J. II. Lewis.
j'Lltind ....... ..Ia v. Hftfferty.
, , J. J. Walton, Jr.
urtf .,; am. Muy and 8, 11. Holt.
.., MJ. M. Morgan,
'li'nce .. Dr. Davidson.
. sUle,-- J. B. Mel.
... J. It. Ralston.
i E. S. McCotnas,
i b Stephen Stunts.
i tf City. ....Geo. P. Howell A Co,
y ity...l v-Col. White.
.,..,,, ,..,.. ..,h, Hamuel,
I. N. Hnilth.
J. ff. Turner.
', .. Aimer Marka,
idKoo . Thos. Iloyce,
.. ...Geo. Christie
B. F. Ilrown
AV. B. Gilson.
jV. D. HridKefarmer
is A. W. FerfBuson,
Sat, W. T. Lewis btlinson,
. alia, W. T j.....; N.T. Cattm
- T. J. Lucy
ii ,4, W. T E. P. Boyies
tin Patbons. We received in
y part of this week an. Invoice
material 'from Baa Francisco,
.g cabinet, job casea, beautiful
er type, latest styles of job
a., etc. This will enable us to
i r job work than ever before, as
to Improve the appearance of
r. Of course this has incurred
ible exgenae even more than
f t at present well prepared to
ij it we look to our patrons and
i ! tliose who have never failed
urs past) to assist and encour
i ii our efforts to furnish them a
s nowspaper. Speak a good
- us to your neighbor who does
9 tile paper, and If you tan
Jim or "suipo" him into aubsorib
it hesitate to do it. You will
king in the interest of the pub
kI anil will be gaining for your
crown of terrestrial glory.
A Beautiful Medal. We have
been shown -a most beautiful Rold
medal, awarded by the State Agricul
tural Society to Ur C. P.Burkhart, of
this county, as a prize for the most
varieties of cereala gcowfl by one man
in the year 1373. It is about the size of
an American silver dollar, is of solid
gold, and cost, with its beautiful silk
lined cose, nearly $50. On one side it
contains the name of the Society and
the Oregon legend, on the reverse side is
an exquisitely carved wreath enclosing
a space for an inscription of the hold
er's name and the object for which the
madal was awarded. It is a prize of
which any one might be Justly proud,
and we congratulate friend Burkhart
cn his energy, pluck, and enterprise in
oarryiug it off from other worthy com
petitors. A Woolen Factory IS EssbbTo.
During the week Mr. Pratt, of Ore
gon City, has been in this city, talk
ing up the project of the construction
of a Woolen Factory here, and
we learn from L. Elkins, Esq.,
President of the Santiam Caual, that
the project has become a fixed fact
and articles of incorporation will
be regularly drawn up and Hied to-day
the capital stock to be Axed at $00,
00(U As soon as spring opens work
will bo commenced on the building
aud it is expected to be iu running
order jn a few months. We hail the
advent of this en terprise with profound
pleasure, and will bespeak for it the
fujlest encouragement from this com
d Case, and a Mysterious.
u e informed of a sad occurrence,
wnsville, in this county, within
tfew days. It appears that a
i ks ago a family named Woods
tine of husband and wife fend
i ited ch ild arrived at Brovi
in Portland. wherethehusbaVid
out a tailor shop and enten
upon the pursuit, of his occu-
He had, however, as his wife
I, been for years a most devoted
.-or of strong drink, and with the
p roach of the recent Holidays, his
I habit full strong, upon , him, and
Christmas he quit work and
tl a regular spree which wa:
d through the Holidays. Oil
oar's night his distracted wife!
itlc despair at his lamentable,
t, procured -some poisonious)
ith which she attempted to tttkej
a and end her earthly troubles;
IN e w 1
but hurl condition Jw discovered
almost immediately after she took the
:. poison and her ' rash design was frus
trated by the timely Interference of
' Dra, Crawford and Rowland. After
' the poison was taken from her stom
ach she crew better, and on the day
lifter New Year's was out of all danger
3E. though quite feeble and exhausted by
the poison antidotes which had been
administered to her. During the doy
her husband, who had become now
i quite sobered, and appeared very grave
and sod, went to the store and .procur-
' cd some nourishment for her. Upon
his return to the house his wife urged
Li in to take something for himself,
cfll'ihig him some beef-tea; but this
he refused. He shortly went to the
cupboard,' got a piece of bread and
went irtto an adjoining room, where
he vrm heard pacing the floor for some
time, when the footsteps ceased and
all was quiet. In a few minutes Mrs.
. nsked a ueishbor ladv who had
A New Mountain Road.
talk has heretofore been Indulged in
by various parties as to the practica
bility of making a new road across the
Cascade Mountains, and last week a
meeting of the citizens of Fox Prairie,
In the Forks of the Santiam, was
held,' when it was decided that the
best and most practicable route woulu
bo up the North Santiam, crossing the
divide around the south base of Mount
Jefferson. Much interest was jnani
fested, and Mr. Trask was selected, to lyric, from J. C, S,
present the matter to the County CouV, date for publication,
of Linn county, with a request tuaw next year.--
Hon. John Bryant be appointed to4 Messrs.
view out the route and report its ad
IlOJIG AND ABIIOAU. ;
River rising. 1 ' 1 "'
Week of prayer.
County Court week.
No houses to rent.
Mud, slush, slop, slurm
Our new material is here.
Come on with your job work.
Eastern immigrants coming in.
On duty the new city oftlcers. .
Our carrier took in about $21! on his
Henry Flindt turns out some nice
boots at his shop. '
Julius Joseph is now Teceivlng rresn
First meeting of new Council next
Tuesday evening. , -
leather jewelry is what's the matter
In fashionable society now.
Linn was the first to pay Iier taxes
Into the State Treasury this year.
We forgot to say that Clay Kuhn is
happy over his Christmas gift a 11 lb.
Titus, Bourgardes & Co. have estab
lished a branch jewelry house at Cor
Yesterday was Old Hickory's day
the anniversary of the battle of New
Thanks to our efficient Scitf agent,
Geo. W. Christie, for collections and
Our bow to that elegant new Bene
dict, Isaao Cbun, for complimentary
Linn county farmers must be hold
ing their potatoes for arise. There
are none in the market.-
It is too rainy for hanging over the
gate now, and those fellows who are
not invited better hurry home.
We are much obliged to W. B. Oil-
son, Esq., our newly appointed agent
at Sodaville for new subscribers.
Our efficient and economical County
Commisioners got through their busi
ness in one day this week. Good.
D. F. Spangler, of Tangent, adver
tises a blacksmith shop fotrent. Now
all ye hardy sons of Vulcan take notice!
We received a beautiful New Year
but it is out of
Will save it for
Scabcity of Houses. Immigrants'
nd strangers are almost duily flrriv-
ng in our city, and almost as quickly
departing, simply becauso they can
find no place to "hang up," even tem
porarily. At present there is not a
vacant house, business room or office
in the city, aud those who own such
places cau demand and secure almost
any rental desired. . In this view of
the case It would certainly be a good
Investment for real estate owners in
the city to build residences as well as
jbusiness houses, and thus bo prepared
to encourage and aid new comers in
remaining among us.
1 1 in to go to the room aid try to
ail upon him to take a little nour
icnt, but upon the ladyXopening
1 i.ir, he, lying on the bed waived
i ay with his hand, and tebe re
J. A few minutes ufterwaVd they
i groans Issuing from hlsVoom,
dug in, found him gasping lh the
i of death. Ho expired bepre
al attendance could be sumnn
! :sq. Thompson held a Coroner'sO
The Weekly Chronicle. The
neatest thing in newspaper typography
eyer issued on the coast comes to our
table under the title of the San Fran
cisco Weekly Chronicle. It is a mam
moth 04-column paper, rammed, jam
med, crammed full of close print news
matter and miscellaneous literature,
sucli as only the first-class editorial
corps of the Chronicle know how to get
up. Terms, $4 a year. Each subscri
ber also receives as a present a fine,
comprehensive map of the Pacific
States and Territories, a copy of which
may be seen at present ornamenting
our office walls. ; ? "
Corikthian Grakoe. On Last
Tuesday evening the following persons
were installed as oftlcers of Corinthian
Grange No. 8, in Center Precinct, Linn
county: W. K. Price, M. ; G. F. Craw
ford, O.i H. S. Gore, Jj.; Albert Urn
phrey, S.; Moses Parker, A. 8.; Thop.
Umphrey, C; P. Swank, Treas.; C.
Wahl, Sec'y.j Jno. Umphrey, G. K.;
ili-s. E. Gore, C.; ,Mrs. M. E. Hanor,
P.; Mrs. Mary E. -Crawford, F.; Mrs.
Lydia TJmphrey, L. A. S. This is a
flourishing, prosperous Grange, ana
coniDrises some of the best men of
Old Linn" among its members.
man, and the verdict of the jury
the effect that death was caused
.rtdieease. Notwithstanding this
n niany citizens of Brownsville
of the opinion that ho procured
u and ended his life in the same
er that his poor wife attempted
! the day previous. In any event
a sad case, and Is one which
id be a sad warning to those who
,B the same reckless course that
:ed the life of this victim of do'
liery and intemperance. . ,
. poet mortem examination was
i over the remains, which were
d last Sabbath. '
Falling Out. Last Saturday a
handsome girl, in attempting to get
out of a wagon, fell into a C3rtain Al
bany merchant's arms just as the mer
chant's wife was coming around a cor
ner1. She saw It, and that merchant
has looked pensive" ever since: Ho
Isn't looking for any more accidents of
that kind now.
Religious. Rev. A. R. Modberry,
of Portland, will preach at the Baptist
chuivh, on Wednesday evening next,
at 7 o'clock. ! The meeting will also De
continued during the week the speak
ers being announced each evening.
A New Gun. Mr. C, E. Rockwell,
of the .Pacific gunsmith shop in this
city, is engaged in manufacturing a
breech-loading gun, ot uis own inven
tion, which he claims will beat any
other now in use. It will be a double-barreled-rifle
and shot-gun aud will
weigh about ten lbs. It will be called
"Beautiful!" Will naturally be
the first exclamation on seeing those
two handsome Chromos given as a
premium to every subscriber of the
Faeifio Christian Advocate. They ore
really exquisite specimens of art and
are fully worth the price of subscrip
tion to that valuable religious journal.
Assignee's Sale. Soo advertise
ment of D. M. Thompson, Assignee of
Chas. Mealey, in bankruptcy. The
valuable lot of furniture in Mr. M.'s
establishment is to be sold on Satur
day, Jan. 17. This will afford a rare
opportunity for persons who desire
anything in this lino.
"GATHERING THEM IN," There
are four prisoners iu the county jail
two for incest, one for manslaughter
and one for assault with a dangerous
weapon." The criminal docket at our
March term of Court bids fair to be
much heavier than usual. .-:
itovertheremainsof theunfottu- Reahbested. Last week District
Attorney. Humphrey maue amaavn.io
effect that Joseph Sherts's bail bond
was not good and sufficient, and Judge
Bonham issued an order for his re-arrest
and commitment, i Accordingly
Deputy Sheriff Jno. Parker went to
Sherts's rendezvous, in Sweet Home
Valley and took him to jail and to the
tender mercies of jailor Humpnrey.
Sherts will be remembered as the man
who was one of the participants in the
Sweet Home tragedy In which his
brother and Van Emerson were killed,
od's Household Maoazine for
iry, .contains a lavish supply of
rate articles. It Is now m us
eutu volume and every year has
ised Its popularity and added new
,1a to its large list of admirers.
-h retaining its old name, it has
a slightest connection with Its
r proprietor, but lias for many
is been the exclusive property of
E. Miutes, its presentpublishor. J
. Osborne (Tenoroon) still contin
; its editor and is the duty person
ycd in that capacity giving to
ngazine not a careless supervls-
nt direct personal attention in
department. The magazine is
ving constantly, and is splendid
! lupted to the members of the
hold. The present number, con
three engravings and other good
e of magazine one dollar per
-with chroino Yo-semite, one
r and a half. Address
od's Household Magazine, New-
Report op Hareisburo Public
School, for the term ending Decs 19th
1873: No. of pupils enrolled, Ml;
Per cent, of attendance, 94 63-100.
Names of pupils who were neither
fowlv nnf absent during the entire
term (3 mo.): Males Lee Miller,
Pern Wcger, Geo. Woodbury. Fe
males Rebecca Cress, Irene Munson,
Alice Martin, Lulu lartin, Mitn
Woodbury, Emma Woodbury, Annie
Watson, Lucy Munson.
J. C. Bolon, Principal.
Margrat, Wads worth &
Parks have iust finished up the finest
job of ca'lcamining on the Parish block
ever done in Albany.
Prof. Taylor's Commercial College is
flourishing and his management is
giving the fulhst satisfaction, both to
pareuts aild students.
We have Phoenixed at last, and once
more present our indulgent readers
with a full supply of Democratio and
The Grover took down from this
plaee last Saturday 230 tons of freight
the largest manifest ever carneu on
one trip from Albany.
Ye mud on ye sydewalks make ye
ladys rayse ye skirts above ye shoes,
and cause ye indygnant damsels to
curl ye lyps In much dysgust.
An old gentleman named Murpny,
of Monmouth, Polk county, died of
heart disease in this city last Sabbath.
The remains were taken to his home
for interment. .
By last Wednesday's mail we receiv
ed about a bushel of Eastern Oregon
and Walla Walla exchanges which
had besn lying at the Dalles during
The wife of Mr. Geo. W. Christie, of
S'cio, is at present under the medical
care and treatment of Drs. Jones &
Hill, in this city. We earnestly hope
she may speedily recover.
Sheriff Parker has in his possession
a carpet bag, containing a suit of ba
bies' clothes, a dress pattern and a
book. It was found ou the road be
tween Albany and Waterloo.
It was Rev. Elijah Michael, Instead
of Elijah Walker, who spliced Chas.
M. Grimes and his fair bride. How
ever, our typographical mistake
doesn'J; weaken the "splice."
The Grover ran from this city to
Salem lalt Saturday in 2 hours and 30
minutes including three stoppages.
This is the fastest steamboat time on
record between Albany and Salem.
The Albany Brass Band serenaded
Mr. and Mrs. Conn and Mr. and Mrs,
niinrll ft rt.liB new devotees of Hymen)
on New Years night, at the residence of
Geo. F. Settlemier. The boys were
M. B. Crane, President of Albany
Fire Co. No. 1, has removed to Browns
ville. The boys will fill the vacancy
at the next regular meeting. We
wish comrade Crane health and pros
perity in his new home. .
College and district schools buzzing
away as usual; business has resumed
its wonted sway, and wo really can't
discover any difference between last
year, this year, or even the year to
come that is, from our presentstand
point; "Where was t, ma," said a little
urchin to his mother, as lie stood gaz
ing at his drunken and prostrate fath
er, "where was I when you married
Pa? Why did'nt you take me along.
I could have picked out a better man
than he Is."
Water was let into the Satltiam
Ditch on New Years day "Just to see
how it would run." The first "sluice"
DAVIS-BTUCKETl.-At. thy mMcnro of
Geo. Iapor, near Hurrlslmrg, Jim. 1st.
TV. K ,irl,,. .1. V.. MR. JAMKS 1'. KAVIS
an Miua Veunetta J. MUCKim-aU of Lluu
conuty. , , , .
GAINER SHELTON. At the resldi'nco of
IlHinnn Sholton. on the 1st Inst., by Hey. J.
llKt,r;intpr. J. W. Gaines, Esq., una' JHI83
Kabau Sh elton all of Linn county.
Compliments or the happy ooupl received.
May their "Gaines," though small, lie numer
ous, and may Joy and pcaco ever bo their lot,
,,t;rm,vMr.Vt.miV-J)n the 21th Ult..
nnnr Brio. Uy IU'V. J. OfilnmiliT, Ms. C. W.
Redman and Miss M. E. McHlboy.
Although the fair bride has secured a "Red
man," may lie ever prove the traetablo savugo
that ho shows himself througu tne nouey
RIIANRS HUNTER. At tho Exchange
ti..,i in !lls iltv. on 1. he 1st lliBt.. tiy ltev. w.
ii. Irvine, Tnos. it. Shanks and AUsa Muiuu
M; 11UNTJIII. ,
To Fakmeks. Howell, Harper &
Co. have for sale the Statesman Grain
Drill, the only reliable force feed grain
on tho Coast. Tliose imported by them
are made With many improvements
which adapt them to the peculiarities
of this Coast. The hoes can be changed
from a straight line to a zig-zag. We
would say to those desirous of purchas
ing a good grain drill, do not fail to
see the "Statesman." as they guarantee
it to be second to none now offered to
the public, It will sow ' wheat, ryej
oats, barley, timothy, and clover seed,
aud Is quickly regulated to sow any
quantity to the acre that may be desir
ed. The above named ftrm also have
feed cuting boxes dud fanning mills of
the latest and most improved styles;
in fact the farmers will do well to go
and see them if they desire to purchase
anything from a wheel-barrow to a
steam engine; '
A. WHEELER. , C, P, SIOaUM,
C. R. WnKELER..
A. Willi iXKK & c:o.," , (
StSSilD, OEEGOISI .
FORWARDING AND COMNISSION
Dealers in Merchandise and Produce. A frooil
assortment of all kinds of Goods always in
store at lowest market rates.
Agents for sale of Waitons, Grain Drills, Ci
der alius, Churns, &e Ac.
CASH puld ror WHI'lAT, OA1H, limn.,
BUXTKK, 1SUG8 and POULTRY. vOnlsyl.
Two Foes of Health.
rnlrl and ilnmn are inimical to health, and
wo generally have an unwholesome combina
tion of the two at this season. They penetrate
tho skin and Integuments and affect the mus
oular. irlanular and nervous organizations,
producing rheumatism, neuralgia, ohills and
fever, and where there is a tendency to dyspep
sia or liver complaint, provoking an attack
of indirestion or biliousness. The best advice
that can be given under such circumstances is
to keep the external surface 01 tne oouy warm
ly clothed, and to keep the internal organs in
vigorous working order with the most whole
some and genial of all tonics, Hosteller s
stomach Bitters, Gradually but constantly
this famous invigorant is superseding the
adulterated liquors of eomme.ee, as a medici
nal stimulant and corrective, in all parts of
the country. It will boa happy day lor hu
manity, and it will surely come, when this
pure restorative shall have taken tho place of
raw spirits as a stimulant in all our public and
private hospitals. It is not, however, merely a
harmless substitute for the fiery stimulants re
ferred to. its stimulating proprietors are not
T.. .V,.,,wt Uh,,inrh in this regard it sur-
prsscs all tiio unmedioated products ol tho still,
domestic or Imported. Tho powcrlu inllueneo
11 exercise! over tho torpid and toneless stom
ach, tho disordered liver, the constipated bow
els, and the relaxed nerves, render t u positive
soectllc in dyspepsia, liver complaint, Intesti
nal construction, nervous weakness, hypo
ohondra, rheumatism an sleeplessness. All
chronic complaints are aggravated by a cold,
moist atmosphere, audit isthorofole particu
larly neoessary for those who are aaiicted with
may be, to meet tills predisposing oause of
sickness with a wholesome antidote. IIos
tctter's Bitters should be taken daily at th s
season by all persons laboring under ohronlo
ailments that tend to waken ine y siem.
the scourge of tho human family, may in its
' riz. ha r,.,Mtiv arrested and oerma-
eariy fcuigeo w
nenily WgW00Di W. Ya., Oct. 28. 1873. I
DHiRFonheRhist year I havo been using yoni
Golden Medical Discovery. I owe i my Ills to It,
having been alllicted for years. Ilidnot usoit
but a short time before I was benel ted i at that
time I was very bad, not able to sit up much,
was suffering greatly with my throa was g, t
ting blind, had a dry cough, and much palii In
my lungs. I have used twelve bottles of too
Discovery and am almweiL WARDKEB-
A son of Mr. J. H: Meseck, of Chatham
Four Corners, N. Y., has been cured of con-
umption by lit. neroe-s uoeieu .....
covery, so says jvirs. u. a. aaue.u, -the
8. B. EOLAR. druggist, of West Union, u.,
writes to state that Dr. Tierce's uoiuen Medi
cal Discovery has effected a wondorlul cure of
Conusinptlou in nm neigoma-nuu'i.
PENMAKSniP. Prof. E. Pv Con
ner, teacher of Spencorlan Penman
ship, will commenoe a class at the
Albany School House on next Mon
day evening. Prof. Conner comes re
cently from Salem, where ho taught Iu
Willamette University and brings
high recommendations from President
Gateh of that institution.
Notice to Farmkks. Now is your
ime to go to Howell, Harper & Co.,
and put in your orders for threshing
machines, reapers, mowers, headers,
and portable steam engines, or any
thing else that you may want next
harvest very cheap. ' They will nil
your orders aud guarantee satisfaction
for a small commission. '
Seed. Howell, Harper & Co. have
choice articles of wheat for seed, suoh
as Fall or White H'inter, Click, Chill
Club, iSbnora, etc.! also'a lot of Orchard
Grass and Timothy seed, all of whiohl
they will dispose of by exchanging for
other seed, or on other terms whioh
will suit. -t;
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
Cheap Plows. Howell, Harper &
Co. have Just received a large lot of
Collins Cast Cast Stoll and the "-celebrated
Star Moline Plows, which they
are selling at greatly reduced pricos
. Howeix, Haiipeb & Co. want to
uy all the oats In Oregon. 1
SPECIAL CABl.W DISPATCH FItOM THE
AVOItLD'S FA IK.
Vienna, Austria, Aug. 20, 1873.
W. O. IVSson, President Wilson Seiv
infi Machine Company, Cleveland,
The Wilson Sewing Machine receiv
ed the GRAND PRIZE MEDAL for
being the Best Sewing Jlachine, and a
Grand Prize (modal of honor) was
awarded to the Wilson Sewing-.Ma
chine Co. for manufacturing sewing
machines in the best manner, from the
best material, aud by the best known
mecnauicai principles, lurauoeicuiir
tad niaohiues ore now on exhibition
and for sale at the store of
NEW TRIUMPHS I
Sales of Last Tear.
The statistics from sworn returns- of
the Sales of Sewing .Machines In 187a,
frenorted in 1873). Bhow that the Sing
er Manufacturing Company sold, last
year, over FORTY-FIVKTHOUSAND
more machines than any otner coin
nanv, and over one-quarter of all ma-
nhlnessold durliia that year. Nine
out of ten of said Singer Machines wore
for FAMILY uso proving tho great
popularity of the Singer In the house
hold. Annexed are the Bales of dif
ferot makers: .
Th. Sli.Ber Mannfac's; Co. sold Mft
THE FIRST PREMIUM i
given by any Oregon Newspaper Is now offor-
PACIFIC CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE,
3 Splendid Chromos
. FREE 1
TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER FOR 1874. ,
TEHMS-$3 per Year In A.dvanoe.
Address, E. TURNER, Manager.
. ( Oil, tES! !
THE BAY TEAM STILL LIVES I
' AND IS RUNNING ON TIME! i
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, AND
stilt desirous of continuing td moot the
Name, the proprietor 1 always ready andeaally
found nt nil tiinos.
carried to and from the oars to an;
city at reasonable raws.
Passe nfiora and bumie
9 iq any pan 01
A. N. ARNOLD,
- , STOCK FARM FOR SALE I i
THE UNTERSia NED OFFERS FOR SAL
a I'arm of
sltualod t mllcM oont of Brownsville, I.lnn coun
ty. It la A upleiidod stock ranohe, adopted to
ralshiu cither nhop or oattlo.
I Mi'ST KKL.L aud sell soon. Terms re-
h-n miH.lmilftrn Mthpr PAll Otl Ttlfl fit M6HTOO
Ronton county, or oil M. V BaoWN, of the
DBMOCUAT OUiOe. r
Monroe, Ilentori oodnty, Ot5. v8nyl.
TO THE FARMERS . ,
, i, andallln j.
WANt OF STORAGE!
n. rnMSTOCK at co. havk thuu.
V ouelily repaired and stivngthitned their
Albany aronousu, nnu unva iwo ctnni mvini-
rNunacmi handle an gram mat comus wun
afety and dnspfitch.
Tlmv aro napured to furnish all tho sacks
n Oo not le frlflhtflnpd by the old cry that we
arti L't'Ltinc more irralu than wo can store, Onll
and buo lor yoursclvwt. "Falr dealing will wiu.
rs-UTUTV TJTUT) 'JH
MTF.WIM. CONTRACT TOHTORK WHEAT
W FLAX SEED. J
AI.AROE AMOUNT OF FI.AX PEED
Wantml, for which wowlll pay ilie highest
Dinl'Ktu prico in casn, iiuiu uiuu lu umu,
l'rt'Hent qiiotatluns i ' j -
For Common Voiunteor, So V ft. -" 1
" , extra iino nna oloivu, 2 as i W Ills.
O. B, OOMHTOCK CO.,
Aug. 15, 1878,'MiUf. W. B. NnwnmiBY.
FOUNDED IN 1853.
No. 519 Sacramento Street, cor.
of Leidesdorff Btreot, (a few doors
below What Cheer House. ;";
' i Vrlvfttu Entrance a
'' Leidesdorff street)
Ettabtithed wprenlg to afford tU afflicted found
and ctetUtMJ wet( tea( aia tn me ireamtfii
and eure of all Pfivatt and Chron
cDieat,em Seen, ,.
f. - c$ and all Sewual ,
TO THE AFf lilCTED.
A. CAR0TIIER3 &0.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOfHtCATuLS.
FOSTER'S BLOCK. FIRST ST,, ALBftNYi OREGON,
PATENT MEDICINES, '
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, OILS,
' GLASS, ' ,
TOILET GOODS, ,
French ul American Cologne.,
Fan Wines and Liquors tor fiedleinal Diet.
FINE TOBACCOS AND CIGARS.
Famijy Keoipsa and PhysioWy Frotoip-
... ; . '. ,. , UUUB ;UUUlUUUiiUOU f T
DMSW-rnnlO. ' A. OABOTHEItS A CO,
J. Ii. HARRIS, Prop.
WILL KREP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
tli bt'st meftt tho murkut Bllforcls, and
will always Uo found ready to accommodate
thown who nmy fiivcir him with a cull,
"iIlKliest market price paid for pork." :
DTI. W. K. DOHERTY RETUHN8 HIS BIN
Mmiha.itkHt.ii hlH mimpwiis DRttentS fol
tholr pntronafri', andwoSld talto thts opportu
nity to remind thtun that lie continues to con
sult at his Institute lor the cure of chronic dla-
mioiKi nftli.) Limna. I,tv(T. KltlllOVSi IHlTOStlve
and Gen Ito-Uri nary OrauRi an1! all private
diaenwosi vir,t Hypiiins tn an us lornis uu
irt'8, Humlnal Wcuknoas! uU all tho horrid eon
sfHiueucoa of colf-abuso, Uonorrhwa, Uloot,
Mtriiiturnn. NnKuniftl and Diurnal emisslong.
Sexual Dolilltty,. Dlseusea of tho Baok and
1ouib, mnamiiiacion oi mu iiuhuut nnu
nuvn. .tn,. Mt.n.. and he Hboos that hlR lonff ex-
uofleaoo and successful practice will continue
to insure mm a buoto oi puunu iirt)uiiKi j
the pmcMoo of many years In Europe and the
United States, he Is enabled to apply the most
eillelont aiid successful remedies apainst dis
eases of all kinds. Ho cures without meroury,
ohaiftes moderate, treats hla patients In a oo
root and honorable way, and has references of
miouestlouable veraolty from men or known
...nolnhlUtir anii hiirll Kluildlnir In SOOletV.
All parties consulting him by letter or other
wise, will reculvo the best and gontlost treat
When a female Is enervatod, or afflletofl with
disease, as weakness of tho baok and limbs,
ualnlnthe head, dimness of sight, loss ot
muscular power, palpitation of tho heart, irri
tability, mu-vousness, extreme urlnery difflcul-
eral debility, vatslnltts, all dlsoaea of the
womb, hysteria, sterility, and ail other disea
ses peculiar to funmlos ) sho should go or write
at once to the celebrated female doctor, W. K.
Doherty, at his Medleul Institute and consult
Him aunui. ner mmuu-n im uibio. j
i ..n.,ii., ..n ims tlnni mu-nthnrnhv.
itiUm In the State of California, tat no false
delleoev pri'vent you, but Rppiy Immediately
and save yourseK Uwu iwlnlul sufrorUiys and
r.mintiw iii.i.th. All Married Ladies whose
delicate health or other circumstances prevent
an increase la thelf families, shouW write or
ag nt Ur. W. K. lOlierty s hil-uiuua tuauuiiu.
and they will recetv every posbW rouer aa
To il'orieNpoiHloii. , i
K(iAn. M.i.iinn' in mv nnrtnf the oountfV,
hntov iliutjvnf. who muv deftro UiO opinion
antl advice of Dr. Doherty hi their respective
oases, and who think propel-to submit a writ
ton statement of suoh, In preference to lioldinK
.i .inrumiiHiitni-viow. nro rnKiioctfull v assured
that their coiinnunlc.itmns will bo held most
saeredi The Uoetor Is regular (rraduatw and
may bo consulted wuu. every conmiencft
ifninrtfaiim Mlv and candidly described,
personal eommunleaMoti wl(I be unneoessary,
no tKBtviu-i.UiriB for dint, reclmen. and the uen-
eral treatment of the case (lneludliiR tho reme
rtiiuit will tm fm-wfirded without delay,, arid In
such a manner as to convey no idea of the
purport of the letter or purotu so iraiinmu,Miu.
Hiiouldyour condition require immedlato aU
ti.M.,i. uh i. in ildllnrR in ooin for that value
In currency) by malUor Wells, Fnro Co.'s
Exjiress. and a paekaae of medlolne will iw
sent to your address with the necessary instruo-iimmrrn-
null. ('imHiiUiLtion bvlettur.ur other
wise, FitKK. Permauent cure guaranteed or uo
COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT II
J. W; ni'RLEY & W. CniPMIS, Propr's,
Will opun on Britain ovonlng, Doo. 6, u a
FIRST CLASS EATING HOUSE.
Moals at nil hour, on short notice. Fresh
nvtitiTH. ilfw or nlnht and alt tho (iollcaclua
of lilii piarket, iiourd by the woeit oq roasoa-
ioDidit. In answer to various
lesastowlio was tlie author of
arricr'g Address, we would state
it wan writteo by our talented
, Hon. W. A. WePlieison., Our
' t.il.es tills method of publlely
aig Mr. Mcl'hersou for his kind
- "rpiiariiiE the Address, as well
.iany city patrons for their
nt rcmembranco of him ou
Wants to Know, you know. E.
AV. Hawkins, of Ban Francisco, wants
to know where is Samuel Smith Haw
kins, a native of Suflolk county, N. Y.
The said Samuel Smith H. is unmar
ried, Is about 50 years old, and is a
iv muer or former. Now let the
f,.r.nl,l Samuel S. II. throw himself
in sight or forever after hold his peace.
A TIistressino ACCIDENT. One
day last week Mr. Fyke, living in tile
east end of town, struck at a spiJer
with a hammer, and missing his aim,
hit his little child a stunning blow on
t.lm Inft temnle. The blow was so se
vere as to for a time endanger the lit
tle one's life, but we are pleased to
learn from it physicians, Drs. Jones
4 Hill, that It Is now In a fair way for
vas just five hours coming from Leba
non to this city-12 miles. With a
Wokthy ox Notk. An exchaiiKe uy there
Is soaiw ly day passes that we do not hear,
either Hum persons couiinK into our onion or
in some other wuy, of the. success ol Johnson s
Anodyne Uniinent in tho euro of coiwhs and
colds, or colds, so univalent about town Just
If wo enn benefit the renders of the Tir.no
CltAT auy by reeonjluendiiii; Parson's I illa
tive Pills to bo tbo anti-bilious medloino In the
country, we ere wlllinir to do so. W e have hud
about as good a chance to know as any one.
17t.u..t..r A Wilnilll
Howe Machine Co, (estimated).
Urover & Baker 8. M. Co
Domes! ic H. Al. Co ....
Weed H. Si. Co
Wilcox &(JibbsB. M. Co .....
Wilson B. M. Co
Anicr. B. II. O. & S. M. Co
Uold lll.'diil H. M. Co
Florence ts. M. Co.
TITl'S, BOCBOAKUBai S CU.,
Agents, Albany, Oregm.
Also, all kinds of Machino Needles for sale
Address, W. K. DOHERTY, M. D.,
Han k ranclsoo, Cal.
T?iTticn Pointed. We are
that a certain gentleman of Albany
sat on an upturned pin in a seat at one
of our churehcJi last Hunday night.
What he said as he arose vehemently,
.r's Day. He will strive to I was uuder Ws breatn, out it
eir - kindness by promptly ! by several persons and was not instxict
them with the Democrat! harmony with the theme of the preach
es wjekly rounds In 1SH !' , .
lit.tlBsteener incline that would beat
Hoi I udav's railroatl train;.
'Tr. l'restou Bowman, ot bpring
Hill, informs us that the crew on the
steamer Alice (old line) have recently
amused themselves by shooting his
tame geese as the boat passed up or
down the river. This Is msrepuiaoie
conduct, and should be stopped.
Tcblic Lecture. J. M. Stephen
son will lecture at the Court House
next Sunday evening, at half past 7
o'clock. Subject: "The Bible vlndi
nited." Objections answered. The
privilege will be granted of asking
questions, ah invueu,
Albant ExrRES9.-At last we are
nositlvelv informed that the Portland
.nrl Alhanv cxDress train will start
from this city next Monday morning,
and will thereafter leave here daily at
S:0 a. in., returning in the evening at
State Taxes. Sheriff Parker has
already collected sufficient funds to
pay off the State taxes for Linn coun
tynearly $24,(i(iO and last Tuesday
r'mnitv Treasurer Shields took the
amount down to Salem and paid it over.
THE OLD STOVE DEPOT I
COOK, PARLOR AND ESOX STOVES I
Of the Best Fattsrrta,
TIN. SHEET-IRON - AND COPPER-WARE 1
And the usual assortment of lurnishing goods
fcund in a Tiu"bLuro.
Eaoairs Neatly 'and Promptly Exocuted
Oo Reasonable Teriul.
" Short Rccbmingi Make tony Friends I"
Next Door to V. C. Harper Co's Bwrs
Dec.5v4nl61f . JOHN lilUUOS.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT O. B. COM
HTOCK 4 Co. and W. 8' Newbury have hod
a full anb complete settlement to date, both as
principal and aneut, and as Individuals, and
that the eolation of principal aud aKonl hereto
fore oilstlim between them Is this day dis
solved by niutuat consent. And it is further
mutually airreed ltl.it W. S. Newbury shall no
loinrer have tho right to carry on his business
at Albany, OreKon, W elaowliere, hi and under
tho style and irin name of C. II. Colnstock
Co.,asherollore. R hnMHTnflK 4 a.
Doted. Albany, Oreiion, Deo. 0, 1S73.
IUferrlni! to the above notice, the under
slitned would respieetlully aiinonncu to al Ills
former patrons anu ui. M. J
he will eolillnue In the crehi business us here
tofore, except t liat hereulter such business will
Thaiiklui for your putroiifrfl in tho past
would respectfully '''I'ViiwlilJliv
iu ttri. "
LET THBTfcOPLE SFEAlL
Manitattan, Kan., April 8, 1878.
O v Prnfi. Uniriiln rV. V. i
Dear Hm Your Favorite PrenorinMon hnn
Anna mv wifo n. world of ironil. 8he htiH tftkon
nunrlytwo Ijottlesand hanlttlt bi-tterthe pmt
two vmnlt limn at, Rtiv tlmn In the mint two
yiHirn. No nioro jwrtotlicftl iminM ; nono of that
aohtuft onck or uragn',1K Houatiuon id nirBum
aoh utie hm bott aocutttoiti'Ml to t'r wivrral
y,mri. I have bo much conildfmoe lit It that I
woulu oo peru'Piiy willing mi wtirmui' 1
oustomnrHof our who would bo phid to pot
hold or roiH'i at any exponso, i uavB u-mu
manv int.int. M ndlcliiffi. but uuvor had any oo-
oaslou to uAtol one be I'nre,
v ory irmy ynura,
GEO. it, WHITING.
Mrt. E. R, t)ALT, Metropolis, 111., wrlton, Jan.
,-Ir. II. V. I'UTfW my Hiwur in hhiiik mo ar
vorllo I'r:Hcriptlon with ffroat btmullt." .
M A It V ANN I' U1BUIB, JOUHIll, m., wnw)8 JUUy
'Hi 1K7') :
"Dr. )t. V, Plerco What I have, havo takrm
of your iiiPdiolno has bim of mow boiwfit to
Ut inn tliitn all others una hundred of dooton'
lirnl Weakness. Norvous and IMiysii-al UublUty
Cinf(HU'.iton this am-cuun, una oiuur uiuuw
Thin little work contains Inrormntlon or tne
utmost VOIUOIO nn, wneiiwr u
and will ha mnl.
Bix oon rs in
ri'liMK hv mail on rwoi'lut ol
Han KranclBco, tial.
CITY DRUG STORE.
WEEKlYi SEMI-WEEKLY, AND DAttV.
trtiip tiTT?iPc-T.v httw in too wldiMV known trt
roquiro atiy extended recommoiidatlonr but
tho roasoua which have already Klvn It mty
thousand subauribora, and whioh will, we Roiw,
rive it many tuousauu uwj pm t;uj
'ollowa: . ..
it la a ftfwfiMitn'nnureriAnAr. All thO neWS OI
day will be lound iti it, condensed when unim
portant, at full length when of moment anil
always presonted ia claajr, JnteUlglbki aud
It iB a ilr-t-rate family paper tull ot entor
talnluff and instructive rftdlu( of evory WnU
UUl OOnfftllimg IIOIUIIIB lum vnu -
most delicate and ecrupulbua tato. : ,
.if i. iir.t.rut ntni-v imiwr. The best tales
and romanoes of ourreiit literature are careful-
frosh and Instructive Articles on aRrtculturtt
topics regularly appear In this department ;
InK to ho party and wearing no collar, tflfnts
lorpriuciple.andfor tee Section of the Iwt
iientooutco. especially ubvuw.
'les to the Hposure of tho great corruption
Uairn nnH fiiNirnioe our country.
and threaten to undermine republican InBtitu
thns aiujirether. It ban no fear of knave and
oskH no favors from their supporter.
Ilir till) liuiiro nun
markets for the man, especially the rwuo
uuirkets.to whieh it pnj'R particular attention.
Finn v. it is me cimapi-m wipwr juui".---
One dollar a year will secure it for any subscri
ber. It is not nocensnry ui " -
dertohaveTUE WEEKH hub as tais ri
Any ono who senus siumw uuuu
paper for a year. ,
Tnn iVKEKIiY SDN ElRht pwe4i nftyslx
columns. Only 1.00 a year. r0 uiscounw.
from this ritte. "
Tlllfl NOlI-WKHiHbl wwemme Bine nm
DailvSun. 4.1)ftyear( A discount ol o
nows for cents.
jVflir. Tociuua Ol iv or over. oimii.
in twr tvmt. .
per cent, to olnbB at 11) ot over j
THIC UA1LY SUN.-A large lour-nag
naDerof twenty-eight oplumhs. pally
lion over 10,000.
It,.;, Aw. otto. Alt tbo
Subscriutlon prlooSO eonia month or tt.00
mutual Insurance company,
i , ! birBAN ravscisco, ; .
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Willamette River Transportation Co,'.
, A. M.
FI.ANDKB8' W1IAK" t 0 o'clock.
As fo'.lors 1
von cnnvAi.T.M aii iNTKnMEm-Tn
VOINTH MoilUuv, WeUlO'S'ley ilil'l r rlilHV.
vH Al.ntNV AM IVl'bUMrSIMAW
Kllll OA YVIIS AKI 'MeMINNVII,l.B-8ut-
urilay uuu iioniiny.
1MMn,;o to torvnllls n?
I'..ae' lo Albimy
I'MMSonre to Halem
W. JACKWO.Y & CO.,
iniporUirt and Wholesale Dealers In
Crockery. GInswaro, Umpi nd
I.u m i look Coal Oil, KW.
No. 80 Front Street, Portland, OrcRon,
KOTICE TO FAIIMERS.
I am prepured to fill orders for all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY ! !
at priced that murt (r'vn entlro siitlnfactlon.
Oome on with yuur orders and have them UUcd
AT LOW HATES
FOR CASH Oil PKOOlCli
I ALSO HAVE TUB
for sale to Built nil Wishing to lilly.
V7li3Wi 11. CIIEADt.E.
BOOTOB Of MKDICINIB, PHYfllCtAW A 8UBGK0S,
601 Keftmoy Street, oor. of SoortolQuto
May be priviitHy and wmtidentlany floh milted,
nllliorpeiionullyorby ltfiar. for oura or
dlwarics of tho OiuTftllvo OrwauHi N'fvouH
DobllltV, HpfrmatorrlHt-a or Hi'intnal Wcak
nct. Hvphfii, tionorrlio'a, Btrloturo of tUw
Urethra and Uioet, or rMtiltlnK from youthful
i... i in ( itf.hur nmillHiiOKlnir tjaUfHJtl.
JHt, THUMAH ttdvrtls('ii with tba view of
Inr.innliit; Biiirtircra whor Lhey may consult a
UUl(ul nusdical man who can lv them nroijf
of havlr imsnod thr(ih nnch a oourto of pro-
fcMlniial uLudton and rxuinmunoui as to enu
.1,. i.i,K tn I lui liiihiur. norillil(iii(w.
KnunnntiMTlima or Huniliiai I!blllti A of
all dlnotwrn of Lhe human nyi.Uim. tliU U the
tnoNt. to boKiinriii-d aicalnHt; Bo, If onmi con
trtwtmi, nhoitld ltd trfiatmunt bo most Judlfcloufr.
Tho nintloiiHlili), or rebillla dnoiidcncy oxlat
lnir botwoi'n the .'rebro Mpliuil ytni of
nervcH and the jirocn-iitlvo ornuim Is uch an to
miulroon tho hurt of th pbyHlcliui im Intl
.rint,, knnwlfdirn of thelf ftrmtomtft! and
phvl"il ntniot,iin for whtu onco tho laws of
riiituru hv bm-ti violated, tho bountiful bal
fuicu which liriturally t;xlU bntwonu thu ner
voiiMand nuimtularny sle. hi U overthrown, and
a vitiated ;mllUon of tho mind and body dln-
nliiyft ItMeir in an army oi tinormu Hyrniaonia
botli Jiervnim and phynlcal, from which tho pa
tlciitmn only hoi to to ho nerniHnoutly cimid
bv tho scloutltU fuauarcb of tUo true ihynlolo
JOHN II. nFPPTVTOJT "lh
fi'. H. UlUBLOW' ..........aenoral Monosor.
directors Oregon bcangh i ;
'. ;. IP; WAWHTIMAN,
0. H. l.KWW,
. ' .. ' IX0VD llllOOKE.
,.,J. A. UKAW Hlllll.
HAMlLTOAl BOYD, '
AGENT FOR OREGON & WASHINGTON TERR'Y
ELI CAUTER, Ie
JOiiN FOSIIAY, ;
ittiscELiAsiJiltS And standied books,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
CklOICE IIAVAKKA IOAKS I
. ASO TOBACCOS. , ,
Tlid turgeit Stoclt at rin 0adle
vor brought to Albany!
NOTICE Or FINAL SETTLEMENT,
TfcTOTirrc 1H HI.CHKHY (HVEN THAT THE
.1.,i,..-vhi-n.-.l n-timliiiriLr AdltiililKlrfitor.
wit h wlllth'iuni.oxed, of tho entnte of Kltahft
(trlfllth, detuned, has filed with thf) Olerlt of
n.,. i v..... k '...iri nt l. lit ii Cmiiit v. In thu Htato
of or"Kitn. his iinalaowiimt rorwHtleTiirnt.iuid
fe ItLIH iHfl
filEAT MARKET !
W. II. MESDESIIALL, Prop.
-irll,l, KEKP CONHTANTI.Y ! HAJr
the bust mint the market affords, nnri
will always l found reiely In Kxioiomodulo
th-rtie who my fnvoi him with a ejtil.
-Highest market, price paid lor pork. T
COSSTABLE A!(D CESERAt COLLECTOR,
North Portland Froclnct.
Keference b permlHilon to th. ellowiog
Honor Philip Waierman, Mayor of tk.
City of Vortiaiel) Hun. fcugeu. Bs""pll Ur. J.
A. Cbapiauif Dr. J. C. Ilawtlioruoi JJr. I. A.
llsvenperli J. 8. Ueioul'sum Co.j Knapp,
Uurrcll A Co. K. 1. JotIrlei (Ilnrka, llctuler
ron A Cook; B. 0. Kkidmeroj B. Martin A Coj
A. B. Riobariliioll Co. Millard Vanntuvvtr.
OFFrCK 25 Waaliinglotl
first and Hceeud,
CHAIRS AND TURNING!
J. M. METZLER,
IlaTlofr ieeil Ms Sbop to Jefferson and arall-
ed kianir of tli water-power at taat piaca, u
Bow prepared to furnieb bii celeorauid
RAW-HIDE BOTTOMED CHAIRS I
fat an quantity and ie any rbflpe.
rsr-lia iil aUll keep a large itoek of rtalrs
at bis old ti"(. '"r relj for n or in
pieces for ehjpmenl. W. l. VMuK
j5ul at ibis oUt.. ' t7aUf.
Id hf KKWFHT, thf t'Jf EAPFWT and
lh ItKKl'thint? In thf? tnarkHJo all Ui
tiijhwli of thu Uiiik mid 1 hoat,
DAV1H A NCIIi'VLKB,
1'ortland, Oregon, Wholtwle Agent.
ti.t ii... If.. ii. If.. N. 'Iitrnlv. JtidK of mild
Court, on thu iHWh day of bvwmihur, itf7U, mudo
TuctdmJ, theQd day ofFcbnxary, 28l3t
atthfl hour of I o'clock, p. m, of that day, at
Hit- -.'ourt honwi In lh of All.nny, In wild wjuii
iy for Uu hi urlnti of ojccMin loduuh Haul ac
count and tin- Ul,nif1iit thereof.
ll. .1, (. A v iiHiijt AUinintrauir,
Johns a Joukm, Att'yu. 'Mvti
In the County Court for Linn Coun
ty Mate of Oregon, ' '
ir. AHhoiiM. J. F. nflekentv find W. M.
Kt-trhmn t'ltrtriTii In th huJUiK'Mof innnu-
fiu4.tir.nie Mnth, HHijiIb, IorM,tcnt A I
Or"rtn, wmh-t th nrm
ALXUUL'HK A C, Wits,
w t rrrrrAfmmT.li,. TJf't.
Iii'tlin nam' of th HtnUi of UnK'm i I'o tho
aWivn nauifd defonunt W. J. JtllUiliiildlc. You
U-r thu (Inn naiwo and alyie of
A''ii()ii at law
ant wt-Uy rmrvA U mpiM and armwr tho
t'OlilUlHlIlt OI iriaV" uuiip-m iimiiiu", in
tlx! iOmiv (!ntl(.h-d milt, now on n ai;alitt you i
wlthihi'h-rkof nald Court, within fa day
from thu da( of tint KTvlff. of thin ir.niimonn
liiiii you, If nerved In l.Hn County; hut if
m'rv.'d in any oih-r vuuuly within the ht.d- of
(tr-vm, tU n Within twim'y duy from thu dai
of tin- B'rvi of thm mho morn Uh yon ; ami
if wrvi il h tui, licatif!!, tht-n on thy (hftt th'V
of a U-rin of ld Court, to io Ut Kuij and hld
on th first Mond.iy, the 2d day of Kchrdary,
JK74; mid you an further iiol.HU 1 tii:.t If yon
full hiariBWiTHnal'-tvo miulp d, th iilnii'.iiUn
f.rwjiiit then-of will inito iiutwM ualnitt
joii fur th" "urn of I70W wild im,r"nt, to
ri her with th etlM iku6 tiW)tirumt lit thin
(wuuu to U Uixtdi OliO. H.Hl'.lM,
. Atf'y for IMffw,
PuMUhfrf hy Kri r ot Hon. K. N. 'laodv,
.iudifuof id fciirt, which vut U-hth dt,
Dll. THOMAH stronirly ftdvlBPH tlioiie (niffcr
Ihk from tho ahovo dleioe.to placo tiiumitnf vvh
under hln nrofeHftlonal earn atonw, and.nNKtiri'H
them that hln treatment U uniformly wiooess
ful, and puUentH who liavu lotitiivory Iiojkj may
n-Hort to lilm with thu full usNuruncy of a rapid
and iwrmanent renovpry.
Dll. TliUMAH Kuropean and Colonial oxpfl
rlcnoo hail extended over t wenty-Ilvo yearn.
He (tUidled at tii WeHtmlliHter JlolUU and
Ht. JeorK iMfHllc-a! Huhool, I-on(J"i, and Will
formerly vurtfuontu tho fckuth VVuHt bonduu
KxumlnntloiiK priMPil hy ht. Thoman, Morri
Derof the ItiviU Collff!"' of Hureoim, Kn(f!und,
lii Mennl liite of the Ihiyai Colleo of 1'hynl
ehutu, Knirl'itid, IWIIs McentlHtn Iu Widwlfery
Koyul CoiU KH f Hui'Keonn, linglaiid. lHlil;
Uoetor of Aiedleinp, Unlv'rHlty of (Jlenncn,
(J.-rniany; H'tlii Muil'Ut, Mudloal Collide,
Ulooiiinntirfr, iohioj', imih.
lilt. 'llM'.MArj in ay mso 00 mnrmeniiany
eonMilted lit tWrn'omm lneidenlal to fttinaleitA
rtitleriU o.r.ahle U coMBiilt iieronaiiy, may uo
wi hy letter, BliitiiiK H.vmi'toinH, ao uud atx,
vO!.KUUKi,ion ny iwr, iree. ,
rerr,oiial eofiMintaLion iroui v a. ju. nil v w.
Bt'.MiiiyK IneluMve, , ,
(JuKfMnf un-lk'inn forwnfh'd m as to defy
ohHervallon, to all pitrtu of the Interior.
'l'etallmrnial from natlcnts, tho Medical ito-
ti-ublr.ti It I if i llfr-Kfl.
'Kitltorlal from tho "irohrownfiwiimpor; Han
V.,,.. lull '(fi. 1 W7,'t t
"IfK.'l'I.OMAH. The mdal forcwof onrclty
Viitn n-r-f- v.iil ft verv vitlHHijie audition ny tn r-
'oentarrlval of tfr. Thoma, who, alter a most
miece-HNftilctirfer lh Kuro)o and tho Xnglltsh
,'r,i,.it.c Uuu eoltehided to malm Hun I'rithi'iH-
00 hlH iHinnaiK-nt home. lr. Tllnlra-, i,udie
n. ii unrxued under tho HfiA IMToih
phVHl'-nntP. JmrinfE his profewilona! nareer io
rutin pfiamd his i'xau;lnutl'ln4 at MeblK' ceio
bra d 1'iilverntty, (JleHHyii, Ucrmany, an lro-
tdf..! Medletnt'. with th hli;heiL honon: alo,
of flui it'ial (;olh(t f r'hyiiU-laim and Hi
freon, fcntfhtnd , w hata tteeri bin I'nlvfrKiLy
T....,r,.ii ..f,i c.rl I lieu Lea. A Ij ftiiUlitl lnloin.
rirenenttid to the lioetor by thu On.' of J-Tee
J,tanoo, MtuWHtUAt hi valuable. wrvU'f pro
acknowledjrfd by mich a venemtdo boily an the
ah.v-c nmicil ( inter. ITo oilier of IV. 'thonia
jnlor-al-edattrtd KMtrney nlre.t, up ntalr, nil
traituii WucramnnUi Jrtrfjtt, Han Fmiiclm.
Ooodn in ottr lino imported to ordct dt ibor-
Oftt poNftlblu nol lre.
'i he only piaoo In town whero A bkai
ooonmoAit oau ho ohtAUiuU. Cull and soo.
GENERAL BUSINESS COLLECTION,
Pnrtlcnlnr attcfilloh giTcrt to tho adjudication
Of JUKOKIlta. . . ., ,
l'nllt','l.l',lis tnntio in nnimrLn... tr"-
IWOIlUiu nuxt door nlwivo tho IlwHIW UUirt.
OIlEdON 4 CATJPOUNIA HAII,R0AU.
(Jumpany, Uigil Dopurtaient, Portland,
Otnir'in. April 5, 1872. Notlqo i brliy gl.n
tliat avluuruus proiooutlun will be totitat.a
osainit anr ll ovory perM " tnimpawot
Biwn any Hailroild Land, ' by. cutting and r-
1 .... .1 .' I ,1, lain la
Illoy II1IZ tlBllllir luoreir'Mu u." - ''
liOUllilT of the Company A.ND PA1U I'OH,
All aoant Land in odd ntimbarad ssotitms,
Vh.tb.rinrT.jr.il or uniurvejod.wlthin a als
tanc. ut tliirty mli.s from to. linaol the road
belong, to tb.Con.paay. Anl1ll
ilnMlt. tand Agent.
1 . .
j CAltOTIlURS k CO'S "PILE PIJ.LS
AN II OlNT.MKNT'Miave now booomo eu.
th. itaudard nriaration, of lite day) Is pro
partid and raoouiinomtotl bit l'lls ftnly (whether
elironi'' or recent). r)ullrer may douead upon
it, thnt thin romedy will give tlietu itermanoMi
relief froia thiJ trovblesoine anil damaging coin,
Jeent postpaid to any aHre- (within tbo Uni
ted, liutu) UDOtt teiit of prlm.tl.tll.
A. CAUOTIHillH CO.,
BnS AII.S0;, Ueo CoOwgoo,
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. :
-tjIRdii ANi) Aj'iER DATE UNTO. FUR
I hip f.(,rli'ii. ttSsi tiinmi&DV viil disnateli al
boat from Albany to Cemallit oo IUa0AK
aud KIllUAl 01 eacB weea.
Alio will dispatch a boat from Albany for
Portland and iut.rtnedlat. plae.s OA sama dajl.
laaring Ooinntock A Co'i wharf. f ' , ,
Fare at re'luoed rates. J. Bil.r'S, '
IIM.lt, Iall.-' Agent ;
ARCHITECTURAL ANf MECHANICAL,
Architect! U tbo Board f Capitor
PATTNX OrriCB DKATrVIHGS, ETO
Is tree's Uullinir, 1'ortland. Oresoo