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an second claa mail matter.
FRIDAY JUNE 18,
stKll. NITriV.li. Leeal Miter.
FFI0IiL Mi MiPSa.
4 MAN A BUt T TOW.
horn good, big miscellaneous crowd,
commcndus to a grange picnic in a big
grove, (..ranger know now to nave a "way
up .stccplr chao titno ami in mistake.
Kvervbodv goes to their plcn ca and gets
lull ot agricultural ideas, except, perhaps,
farmers' sons, who do not enthuse much
over speakers' remarks picturing farmers at
ocing more blessed than any one cue.
Theae picnic, all together, arcgood thing
to have, and the M. A. T. would tike to at
tend more of them.
"Politics make strange bedfellow."
"l told vou so."
We are waiting for the Oregon Pacific.
The M. A. T. observes that strawberries
are on the downgrade. Speaking of this
delicious berry we are reminded of the sig
nificant remark made by a little First Ward
girl a few days ago. She said : "I had
some strawberries for, dinner, and some
real cream too.
Ihe mud slinging days arc gone, the
tiiruest ot tne year.
Shut up vour cupboards. The V-ht.iska
editors and ministers are coming.,
Boys always do things by spurts. One
time It is marbles, then kites now it is
"bones," with a patent attachment, and
they've got it bad.
Oregon against the world for roses, which
arc now in their glory. At a social the
other evening thc M. A. T. observed that
every voung lady in the room, was decorat
ed with a bunch of these most exquisite
It takes several ears to build a Brooklyn
bridge ; but a mole hill can be changed
into a mountain in a few hours Less than
one hundred years ago a young man order
ed a bicycle suit A lady saw the knee
breeches in a tailor shop. She was joking
ly told a certain highly respected young
man was to wear them at his wedding.
This was believed and circulated, gaining
credence every where. and naturally enough
bringing out many funny remarks. It is
real I v strange how many people there are
who would believe it if told the new Gov
ernor would be inaugurated in a buffalo
Last Monday evening at the residence
corner of Fourth and Washington street,
Mr. Cari 11. Luderman, the genial and ac
commodating clerk of S. E. Young, and
Miss Callie M Wallace, daughter of Mrs.
M A. Davis, were united in marriage before
fifty or sixty invited guests. The ceremony,
a very beautiful one, was conducted by Rev.
E. R. Pritchard in the liandsome parlor of
Mr. Luder man's new home. The bride
wore a handsome cream colored satin dressi
en train, trimmed in lace and pearl beads,
and the groom a tasty Prince Albert suit,
white gloves and necktie. The surround
ings were flowery, in keeping with the sea
son. The newly married couple received
many hearty congratulations from the
guests present A wedding supper was
served in style and universally endorsed by
all. Some very tasty, well selected presents
were displayed, the following being a list of
them as nearly as a Democrat man could
get them :
Large Bible from father and mother cf
grom, Mr and Mrs C Luderman.
.-silver water pitcher from father and
mother of bride, Mr and Mrs M A Davis.
Green plush dressing case and silver
pickle dish from Miss Adda Wallace.
Two oil paintings from Miss Georgia
Large clock from Mr and Mrs S E
Wicker rocking chair from Mr and Mrs
J W Althouse and Wm and Fred Fortmiller
Silver card receiver from Rev and Mrs S
Table cloth and set napkins from M H
Harper's Collection of Poems from Miss
Hand-painted silk apron from Mrs J II
Set of silver knives and forks from Mr
and Mrs W S Peters, Mr and Mrs C H
Stewart, ami Mr and Mrs Jay Blain.
Book of poems from Mr and Mrs E W
Set of Scott's poems from Mrs Etta
Brown and Miss Lib Irvine.
Book of poems from Mr and Mrs E I.
Book of poems from Will Daniels.
Silver castor from Miss Esther Cohen
.711 vcr i.iis '11 jii.mii .,- i.uuii.1 ...... I
Stand clock from Simon and Fannie
Sund stereoscope from Thps Wallace,
Thos Overman, W R Blain and U It Irvine
Portfolio from Curt B Winn.
Ilancrinif lamp from George Piper.
Plush calendar from Miss Grace Piper.
Silver ladle from Mr and Mrs L E Blain.
Hub. to Daily Herald one year from Train
Stand limn "from Mr and Mrs Walter
Silver spoon bolder from
Mr and Mrs F
Twe Meet Urewaed
Last Saturday evening the steamer "Is
abel" while on its way to Salem with a load
of goods from the O F R R ran on a bar at
the mouth of the Luckiamtite, just this side
of Buena Vista. In order to get the steam
er off the Purser, James White and Sher-
man McClung, a son of I McClung, of this
county, a deck hand on the steamer, started
to take a line to the shore in a boat but
1 1 1.. - - .u ji.tanr whn fh
1 1 ,LU J 1 1 1 J Ft iv e 01 eve v utosasiivv - '
swift currect run them on to a snag, tit
ninr ih iv:ii nvr inxtnntlv The men at-
tempted to swim to the shore, but the cur-
rent was too swift for them, and they soon
sank out of sight. Capt. Smith attempted
to help the drowning men, but was himself
tipped into the water, as were two men in a
boat near the shore who rendered assis
tance. All these men though fortunately
escaped. White's body was found Mon
day, McClung's has not been discovered.
The affair caused sonic excitement here,
both young men being well known here.
The fi. A. (R.
The National G. A. R. Erftampment
will be held In San Francisco beginning
Aug. 2nd. The fare on the 0. R. N. Co's
lines will be $24 first-class and $18 mixed
from Portland to San Francisco and return.
By way of the Oregon Pacific it will be $16
if 75 people go, and $14 if over 125 people
go. Fare on the O Sc C to Corvallis or
Portland will be full going and one-fifth
Ittt.VT Ol StT-.Jl E TKRH.
Whltnsy, Jud; A Oondr sml DavlJ M Stsrs
F L Hyde handed In his resignation as
Supervisor of Dist 30, and J H Crooks was
Applications of M Payne and J O Craw
ford for reduction of taxes continued. W
Eagy asked reduction of $6.75 on taxes.
Allowed. J C Porter allowed $10.50 on
Application oi All Miller and others for
location of county road granted, and J H
Ramsey, 8 T Crooks and George Burkhart
Application of T A Riggs and others for
county road granted, and Noah Shanks,
Samuel Glass and G W Pugh appointed
County officers allowed fees. .
The matter of bids received for Boston
Mills bridge was continued.
Judges and Clerks of election were allow
ed fees as applied for.
Application of T J Anderson for aid for
repairing bridge disallowed.
Bills of H W Mc Bride and Wesley Kin-
zcr Were disallowed.
Warrants were ordered drawn for the fol
lowing bills :
V II Caldwell, lumber $11.70
MestOn tfc Dvgcrt.record for deeds.. . 14.00
G W Willis 1L00
John Leedy, lumber 43-7
E W Langdon 1.35
m owgui 0.00
Churchill & Mbntcith, mdse IJ.00
J B Fitawater, keeping poor 10.00
H I U Averill, keeping poor 8.00
C L Morris, keeping poor 77.3
J M Irving, postage stamps jxx
Peter Hume, mdse 8.00
I) Pru&ha, police j.oo
M Crane, police ax
1 W Rpink, wood 5.00
W C Donaca, keeping poor 8.00
Lr Foley, medical aid 1 1.00
E Goan, two coffins 40.00
D Andrew, fee, 126.80
Robinson & West, lumber 3141
E T T Fisher, Surveyor's fees. 40.50
Mrs C Houck, keeping poor lOuOO
1) Me vers, lumber 23.50
Gill Sc Smith, tools 46.50
Mrs neuron, aid. .
3 J 00
state agt Jameson
I K Charlton, Stiff, fees.. . .
John Davis, keeping poor. . .
W R Bilveu, Atfy fees
I W Whipple, lumber
Peters & Stewart mdse
1 5-75 I
Following is a list of Jurymen drawn last
week for the Circuit Court, which meets in
this city June 38 1
Albany W II Goitre, capitalist ; D G,
Clark, retired merchant ; M F Dawson, farm
er 1 AS Powell, farmer ; W B Barr, Sur
veyor ; P J Baltimore, farmer.
Brownsville 8 P Barger. furniture deal
er ; Jas Harrison, farmer ; Paul Belts. farm
er ; David Ambrose, farmer ; W II Pearl,
Center Moses Parker, farmer.
Fox Valley J B Tia.k, farmer.
Harrisburg Hugh Dinwiddle, farmer ;
M Cunningham, farmer ; Cyrus Cling man,
Halsey Root Johns, capitalist y W R
Liberty John Kirk, fanner.
Lebanon 8 A Nkkerson, farmer ; F H
Roscoe.blacksmith ; G E Hard v, mechanic ;
G W Burkhart farmer.
Scio H J Follts, farmer ; If H Quigley,
Santiam Henry Cyrus, farmer.
Shedd F A Watts, merchant
Mr. John Briggs has handed us a table of
meterology for Baubury,a city in the mid-
die of England, for 1885. A comparison
with Mr. Briggs report tor the same year is
interesting. The highest barometer at
Banbury was 30.33 ; here it was 30.38. The
lowest there was 2848 ; here it was 39.05,
The mean teamperature was 47.1 ; here it
wa- about 55 degrees the lowest there 34 dtl
grees above zei o. Here it was 98 and 34
respectively. The total rainfall at Banbury
was 37.56 inches ; here, 36.93 inches.
Taw largest Vase.
Over 3225 votes were cast in this county
at the late election. This !s,by considerable,
the largest vote ever cast in the county.
Yet reports come from various communi
ties of large numbers who did not vote at
all. In one neighborhood out of forty vot
ers only nine went to the polls. The large
vote is a straw indicating a steady increase
in population all through the county.
The W. C T. U. ladies of Albany sent a
bouquet of flowers to every prisoner in the
penitentiary last Wednesday. Each was
presented with a scripture oi temperance
quotation and words of encouragement to
lead a better life. Statntman.
lmaitHittoly after the entertainment at
1 . ... , , , 1
th "j"0" Tharsdy. J.oe2ih,
grand ball will be given under the manags-
meat of the Albany Baildtnu Aasociaticn.
Beards foil orchestra of tea pieces will faro
ish excellent music tor the occasion. Tickets,
St. flail-v 'lit nanta
Klnnr Mana.arTh. Ma-taiH. J. The.
h Wallace, Geo H Piper, 8. moo 8eit.nbk.
Ihos Hopkins; Cbaa Haoklemen, Mae J I
Monteith, Lebanon 1'ete (Jsllhao,Corvallis.
Reception Committee D P Mason, Chas
Pfeiffer, W 8 Pater. ; Whit Crawford, Geo
Crutsou, Lebanon ; W E Price, Scio
The Chautauqua Circles of Oregon will
meet at Canby, June 2 1st to 24th and hold a
State Congress. A program of exercises
I oa our table, and speaks for the amount of
interest there will be in the assembly. Sev
aral members of the Albany Circle will be
present on Wednesday, on which day Dr J
L Hill ill read a paper on -Physical Geog-
I tiu ..i h. A ikug Pirnla bavin
s a egi w . a US WV vs. mv atwwa - f "ft
completed the four years course and passed
ih ranwWaJ axamiaetiona will receive di
pleraas. These ate Dr Hill, Mrs Etta Brown
i and Miss Lib Irvine.
Th Mauic picnic cf next week promises
to b the biggest affair ot the year. There
will he an immense crowd present. Tb. pro
gran, an v being arranged will be one foil of
Everybody is expected to be
Trains now run daily on ths Oregon Pacii-
ic, with the exception ot cmnaaye. iney
a. a. a . f . .. .. MM
leave Corysllis at 2 p. m., and Ysqeiue at
7:10 a. m. This will be a great convenience
to the traveling public.
aaiscm e. iraiifc
has just received an invoice of thos cele
brated daisv kid shoes for ladies. Just thn
shoe for summer wear.
is ugns aaa sots
kid and will wear moon bettor.
tmn ckamsjk rivair.
The Grange picnic held at Jefferson on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last
week, was a grand success. la site it was
a traditional pnmpkln affair that ran away
with the vine. Not to hava attended at
least one day was a mistake of ones life.
Thursday, we understand, the published
program was carried out, Hon Rufu
Thompson delivering the address of wel
come and Senator elect Dawson the address.
In the afternoon of that day a Democrat
man was present going with a large crowd
from this city by way of the railroad. Fare,
34 cents each way. Getting off at the De
pot we hastened towards the ferry, which
we crossed in safety for Ave cents. We ob
served blood in the eye of the ferryman
and wilted under his savage look. Just
above the ferry were several boats carrrying
large crowds across the river, we afterwards
learned, free. It seemed that the ferryman
and a man had had a fight, the ferryman
getting the dust shook off him, Immedi
ately the man hired several boys to run a
competing line of boats, conveying people
free In order to place all the credit on one
side, and get even and more to with the
ferryman. The picnic grounds were cover
ed with little white tents, wagons, horses,
stands, and three or four thousand people,
and young men with their yery best girls.
Gladness and joy seemed to fairly boil over
in the many present. Two roundabout
swings afforded amusement for blushing
maids and strapping boys, none of whom
seemed to object to the fact that the seats
were none too wide for two. A squeaking
upright, a fiddle, or a ten cent piano were
the music for the affairs. Albany seemed
to be well represented among the stands.
Billy Rl-har Is and Ed Moore manipul UinjM
one, Johnny Kruse another, Mrs West an
other, and Mrs Levins another ; while
Jefferson was represented by J A Beard
and Lebanon by Tom Feebler, swift footed
Tom . The people surged about under the
tall trees, and the wind surged the trees.
and men talked about the election returns
and wheat crops, and the women about fall
hats ; and crying babies in choctaw. The
young men bluffed on foot races, but failed
to come together till late in the evening,
when a West Albany boy and another boy
got the word go on a one hundred yard
nr Th A than v hov failed to start then
two young men fought it out, Wcbfoot
rules. It was not a long fight yet it was
Long too. In the meantime Past Master
and State Lecturer Fllndt, of California de
livered a good address, Mrs I L Hilleary a
thoughtful essay, and Judge Ftlnn of this
city, an able address on the transportation
About three o'clock the Democrat man
strayed to the city square of Jefferson,
where a game of ball was raging between
the Scio and Jefferson nines. It was not a
very formal game, for a solicitation to Jim
Bilyeu, third baseman of the Scio nine and
its champion foul catcher and daisy cutter
miaaer, gave the Dkssocrat man his place
on the third bag. The fortunes of the
game immediately changed, the Jefferson
boys looking with suspicion on all offers of
two bit bets. 39 to 38, In favor of Scio was
the result A peculiarity of the game was
the fairness of the decisions of the Umpire.
At six o'clock the Democrat man partook
of a sumptuous repast of beefsteak, ham,
fish, mashed potatoes, rice and baked ap
ples at Mr Walker's hotel. We had the
honor of a seat at the left hand of accom
modating Mrs Judge Boise, and in front of
Past Master Flint and his estimable wife.
It it a good quality of Grangers that they
can eat as well as talk. A rtde home at
eight o'clock terminated fur dissipations of
the day for us, but not for all, for several
of our young people stopped off at Miller's, j
and danced the night away.
Saturday another big crowd was present.
R A Irvine, delivered one of the addresses,
and a fine time was had generally. As a
whole this was one of the most successful
picnics in the history of the Grange. Bur
rah. ar PaMie acts .
A nesting of th Board of Directors of the
Albany public schools waa held Saturday,
when Prof D V 8 Reid resigned as Principal.
The following teachers were hired for the
next year, all the old assistants being re
baft one, and cute additional
to the list ; Prof v b
Looaway, principal : assistant : Miss O lie
Kirkpatnek, Miss Mary Irvine. Mrs J
Stockman, Misses Margena Brisk, Itia Ksb-
ertHoo sad Belle Bodioe. Prof Lous way,
wbo baa been teaching at Scio, is a splendid
fteaeber, an see mp!ihed gentleman, and
will make a good ciuaeo. It will be aeea by
the above that another room will be furnish
ed, the increase iu scholarship necessitating
it. Prof Reid, we understand, will retire
from teaching. The financial statement of
the district snows it to have about $1000 ou
hand on the teacher's f and and $600 on the
Although the official returns of the state
are not in yet, still enoagh is knoe-n to give
approximately tOd WOll M lOliOWS
v a ono
'rSSTlA in ZZiXZZ
jority ; Mc Bride (Rep) for .Secretary of State.
250 msj only ; Webb (Uem) lor State tress-
urer, 1600 msjority ; MoElroy (Rep) for
ut... U..4- COO Rant tr,r
for Supreme Judge, 471 majority.
We mean the new steel frame Osborne
No. 1 1, to be found at our agriculture house
A neater, nicer and better twine binder can
not be found in the U. S. Its work in this
county alone speaks for L. All the farmers
vrant it. because nothing else can do the
work it does. Otncr binders are taking a
retired seat for it It is the very best binder
land that is the reason for it. Call and see
the 1886 binder with its perfected improve
I ments. Twine and wire in abundance at
Deyoe & Robson.
hc rr public quarterly examination
r. wr o.n gw, n,,,
held at thc Court WUM in tA,ba"' Cf m'
mendng at noon on June 24th and continu-
ing until noon on June 26th.
D. V. S. Reid,
County School Supt.
-en - 11
I have reesiyed this week direct from New
York the largest stock of Parasol ever
brought to this oity, consisting of sun am
n j ,n t ti..L
brsllars in silk, silk parasols, satin in black
and colored, fancy uned, pongee all a -in
ecru, (the new thing,) Also childrsns' par
asols as low as 25 cents.
Sampkii E. Youro.
If von want strict v first-class eoods at
i tr0ck bottom prices go to
JUU2 & JJKOWjrgU, 8.
t'Mttm KNKIT KXKftttftK.
The commencement exercises of the Al
bany Collegiate Institute thb year were
of more than ordinary interest, and were
worthy of an extended account. The
rras delivered on Sabbath evening at the
College Chapel to a large house, by Rev. E.
N. Condit The appropriate text,"Whatso
ever ye sow that shall ye reap also," was
ably am) thoughtfully handled by Rev, Con
dit. As desert for the evening's exercises
solos were sung by Mrs. tiro. V. Chamber
lain and Rev, Pritchard. The
was delivered at the same place on Monday
evening by Rev. E. J. Thompson, of Salem.
It was an elaborate, fruitful dissertatlon,full
of kernel. A piano duct by May Cundlff
and Lora Vance was heart! with Interest,
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
THR LNOBROH Alll'ATES
gave a good entertainment Some one sug
gests that wc refer In the beginning to the
fact that some of the students do not put
enough lung power into their parts ; but
we observe improvement and so shall only
notice the suggestion. As Individual men
tion of the efforts of young people loses In
terest when in the same straln.often the on
ly possible way, excuse us for doing a little
limping and remarking that the recitations
by Zora Marks, Lora Vance and Flora
Mason were good, each of the pieces being
quite In taste. Miss Lena Whltson recited
"Mrs Brown's Husbands" with fine effect ;
Mb Esther Marshall "The Brier Rose" in
a very pleasing manner, and Miss Helen
Crawford "An Order for a Picture" In her
increasingly popular manner. A piano
duet by May Cundiff and Lora Vance was
a rippling little brook In the exercisers was
also, permitting such poetical expressions,
the piano solo by Mildred Burmester. Miss
Beth Conner was also heard with great in
terest in a piano solo. She plays with taste.
John Gelsendorfer declaimed on the "Duty
of Christian Citizenship, "a piece full of good
points, and Mr Orris Archibald, who labor
ed under the disadvantage of being ill, on
"Principle of Freedom." Jas. Tom libs on
read an essay on Cromwell. These exer
cises were closed with a vocal duet by Miss
es Goodwin and Robertson. Immediately
following were the
CLAa TRKR RXRRf IEO,
begun in the chapel and finished on the
campus. Mr. Stephen Fllnn presided.
Quincy E. Propst read the history of the
graduating class. He said : "We are one
female and three males." We give a very
brief synopsU of the class : Stephen Church
Fllnn ; youngest in class ; 17 years old, 5
ft 7 v Inches in shoes, and he has a good
deal of a shoe. Entered college in 8o ; was
promoted fast ; studious ; as mathematklan
lest In class ; misapplied geometrical
knowledge in playing ball. Neves noticed
fair sex until lately. Is soon to enter Prince
ton .Mia 1 -ill ir May Robertson, entered
College lnSo, Algebra her favorite study ;
hated logic like most women. A great
worker, in school. In Y W C T U, etc Haa
fine use of English language and would
make a good preacher if women were al
lowed to preach jn Presbyterian Churches.
.... Frank Webster Propst entered College
in '79. Likes the gentler sex as- well as
book. Won maise as debator ; a fireman.
. . . .Quincy Ellsworth Propst ; 5 ft. 6tf in.
tail and weighs 160 lbs. Displayed scien
tific exactness In his autobiography.
Mr Cuitins El kins read the prophecy . It
contained man y good points ; but waa a
ycafe too long. Unlike most prophecies, very
ecnsiblv it did not make them all President.
Mr Frank Propst read the etas oration, a
pointed, well gotten up effort
Mis Lille Robertson was the poet of the
class, and read the following excellent
User scene en lbs pslh ef life journey,
Use taetr life ess la tttem y m I4 .
CusTspfssder kvauiutAg- ana
'SMSMieeuuoe w never jnx w o, j ,
Tb tue 'Meitt lh maul so tali
Toe great eak d by ilu winding rja4,
Kress Uca we nU uany s tall.
When aider freer, ere directed our
Tu ih erlto..! hue Jui osr the hlH ,
Tbel inr oM fc-ti'-tl buuee ljef4 sad
lu pleasure sad lot w feel Usees el
Hn Neat spa.1 aiuog ; far a war In tbsneet
iUs It icfl those bid tlmesesnes ;
And only rewembrenee awe take the
Where snes were reality's biasst.
How srefl ere remember the day,
That ttrst we entered these jloor i
Oar shyness byaojneansjessenetl
Hut sen UuU pest ; the school da ya
Thussnlered upon are now ended :
Y y era llp(l;i wy Jroai ourgraep
Use Ullage that only leaded,
Hut ere they are left behind u,
Wa have wasnlsTsd saasi wbat i
To shew ear feed wishes at last ;
Teeeve, thuour 1
And w arc no longer here,
That wa kindly think of the school
ThaThse sheltered us assay a year.
And the thing that aeeas Vast is a tree.
Wait formad and insured U, grew
With a gd. solid stone plsesd hoar it
With the date of our class, 1 Ire w.
Re her it la ritht befo a ne,
Thouc-h not very gent In stea.
And forming an sxcellant subject
On which we nay j
All life la s tree, the poet say.
With IU root in tba klirdiita of death ;
Its tranb rvaskes up to tk heavens.
IU bfuuhs, all the wbn'e werld doth Stahmst.
Th buds on this Ires of existenet,
Th laavae en It far rca-hlng buufli.
Ar human nt ; and stretch over
Ail Urns of this great world of ours.
Oar else is a very small part
In this strangs, strange nythiesl tree ;
Yet cor HtUs white Spruoo can tall u,
Just what our future may be.
Its bweinnittg-1 small, yet tu roots
firm hold In ths soli are taking- ;
Ho wa have but only begun,
Uot a firm foundation are making.
It will irrow and spread forth Its breaches
Tth sen, end stars, nd sky,
And afford sweet shade to the weary,
Who miy oftsn b Itmrerlng nigh ;
May we, too, grow our motto our raid
And higher, sUll higher, our earnest endes'or.
On every hand our good influence cast,
That only Increase forever snd svsr.
t.Utls tree, emblematic thou art,
With thin vertfren branch so fair
Of ths love ef our God, ns'sr changing to'rd us
Who merit so lttle ills care.
KmblemaUc tbou art, of the evergreen shores
Thst land ef promise so bright
That is offered to those who unmurmering live
With oneclsnce true and right, .
May you the faititfulsttoken be
To as snd our schoolmates here
Otthe pleasant friendships we have formed.
May they ever and ever endure.
Many scenes on ths path of llf'S journey
Leave their impress In memory's meld ;
Knwrspped In thoughteloving and tender
Recollections that never grow old.
Mong'st them all, there'll bs none more dear
Than this in the bright month ot rosss
In which we have planted our class tree
Aad in which our school life close.
As only one member of the class could
sing the class song was r;.id instead of
sung. Here is the
W have traveled long, long read, ws four,
aince the star otour school life has risen ;
But now we hsve reschsd s mils-stone fair,
And rest for s moussut In fields Eiyslso.
Ws hsve traveled s long, long roid, we four,
By teachers snd sohoolmst befriended ;
Sometimes in th vslley snd then on the hill
As sunshine with shadow is blended.
Ws have traveled a long, long rood, we four,
Through ths glorious garden of learning ;
Pluck in it bright blossoms from bush and trss,
For out heart and our minds adorning.
We must travel a long, long road, we tour 1
When the star of ou school lite has set
May It end at Isst at the "gste ot pearl,"
Where ths victors with crowns r met
One of the most attractive features of
Commencement week ia the
Tuesday evening at the regular annua
meeting a full house was present. Mrs
Clara Woiverton presided. The meeting
was opened with a well executed piano solo
by Anna Houck.followed by prayer by Rev
Reed, of Corvollls. Mils Hettie Miller, of
the class of '70, recited "The Fall of the
Tay Bridge" with marked effect A vocal
duet by Mrs G K Chamberlain and Rev
Pritchard was earnestly listened too. Both
have voices that charm. Dr J T .Tate, of
the class of '75 delivered an able addresa on
Anarchy In America. It was a sensible
effort and went to the roots of the evil.
Miss Laura Tate was heard in a piano solo
played with great skill. Mrs Maria Gas-
ton, of the class of '73 read a carefully pre
k pared essay on the "Aurora Borcails," show-
mg a thorough knowledge of the subject.
President Lockard Introduced the class of
'85 to the Alumni. Mrs Woiverton receiv
ei the members in her characteristically
graceful and pleasing manner, and was an
swered by Frank W Propst, who seemed
somewhat emlMrrassed nt coming into the
presence of that august body. A vocal
solo by Mrs G E Chamberlain and benedic
tion by Rev Lockard closed the entertain
ment It was followed by the Alumni re
union at the residence of Mr H P Merrill,
a very enjoyable affair, we are told.
On Wednesday evening the regular
ORAPPATf Rl RXRRCMR
occurred before a packed house. On the roi
tmm wall of the chapel waa a ladder of
flowers, with the letters af the elaas motto
rmper iUi9, (ever higher) betweeu the
rungs, and the figures Isv; orossiog them.
Rev 8 O Irvine, D I opened the eaereises
with prejrer, when the graduates presented
their offerings about aa follows 1
ntepbeo C Khun, salutatory and oration,
"Character of Abraham Lineola." Delivered
with careful emphasis and good ex pre urn,
it waa a masterly effort The orator paid a
just tribatettn origins! aod poiote) language,
to the great martyr, carrying his hearers
tbroigb Lincoln life, iving several ubsr
aoteristio incidents. A synopsis wodld be
impossible on sack a aabjeet.
Qaioey F Propst, oration, "The Labor
gutton." Spoke of the good point in the
dl'rieioe of profits aod the eight hour sys
tems, bat the tatter ehould be general to be
rrToclive . Of the Chinaoieo aol eaerviuste
the letter were the most detrimental to the
ouuntry. The speaker vary properly closed
hy say in;- that the country is ltg a position
where something should be dees. Though
not exhaustive some good points were made,
and the effort was well received,
Frank W Propst, oratioe. "Thought "
Mr Propst went at this suhjret in a though',
fal manner, by sayine, iu the first place, that
the physical body must not be neglected, the
mind end body going together. He spoke ei
the r xvrtioe of influence in molding the
thought, such as geographical sortoandioge,
home, sic., bat more than else the mind le
cultivated by a systematic course of duet
oho, and literature is the broadeet Held. A
farmer is better for education. That only
is valuable which oosts aa effort to obtain.
The ssbstaaee and taagnage el the oration
LUIie M Koberteoa, valedictory and sassy.
"lsegiostioe.N lavoleatsiy. it is not re
atrioted to say age, aod follows oa through
life. It is the reeouree of the poet bat en
ters lata life el every bo ty. The essayist
gave rxampiee of tie power. Imagination
doe not confine tteelf to the material world,
bat goes into infinity. The valedictory wa
eiseed wttn aa address of thanks to tsaubers
11m effort waa one saartting
Koch of the speakers receive d a profasioo
The valedictory was res poo led to by Mr.
Orris Archibald oa the part of the drduate
ia a seoetble meaner, ai'r whteh l'eideot
Lockard formally preutd the diplomas to
the graduate, sad the eteretsea, which bed
been interspersed with oruhestrs maiie.olos-
d with pray.-r and UuedictPMi by B,
Kxraratea te the aee el fery t. stele
Big posters are out for an excursion to
the sea and return by the Christian Church
tu Portland on a grand scale commencing
June jnth, 18S6 and ending July 6th, iStti6.
'Ticket good to go for 3 daya and to return
for 4 das, at less than half usual rate.
The big steel steamer "Olympian" makes
three trip from Portland to carry this ex
cursion. The charge from Albany the round
trip to Ocean and back to Albany Is only
$5.50 and a like proportion to regular rate
at other Station of the O ft C. This ex
cursion will doubtles draw many hundred.
It take In the big 4th of July celebration
in Portland, also. If desired. A trip to the
Cascade's will also be made July and for
such as want to go for 50 cents extra. Con
sult your Station agent, see the big circular
and get particulars at once. Then go.
Patents granted to citizens of the Pacific
State during the pat week and reported c
pressly for the 1)kmh rat hy C. A. Snow
Sc Co., Patent lawyers, opposite U.S. Patent
Office, Washington, I. C, :
G W loggie, Portland, Or., Transfer ap
paratus for saw.
L J Bergendahl, Pendleton, Or., Track
J C Trulllnger, Astoria, Or., Bucket for
Owing to toe uncertainty in the amount
of binding wire to be used this season, there
will not be any more imported than is ac
tually ordered. Those intending to use it
will have to send their orders to me net later
than June 1st, and as raueh earlier a pi
hie. as same will hsve to be ordered from
manufactories ia the Kat, and orders must
be sent in at enoe, for it to be here in sea
8AMURL E. YOUHO.
A Ureal Kxcaralea.
Every one on the go, ladies arriving ev
ery tniuuteat the store of Monteith A Set-
tenbaeh. Each and ail are making their
upring selections of dress goods, faaoy goods,
etc., in fact everything new and attraotivs
can be found there, so if you want a pointer
memorise this and give them a call.
Reed Your Ckerrles.
We have a little maohine that will seed
oherriss at the rate of from three to four
bushels per hour. Just th thing for persons
having a drver.or who expeottooan cherries.
It's cheap. Come and see it
Peters A Stewart.
Pohtlasd, Or., March 25th, 1880.
Having tried the effects of the conoen
trated extract of OregotR Kidney Tern
we cheerfully bear witness to ita bont.fi
cial agency in affections of the digestive
organs, Itia simple, earn and aure; is
easily takeu, and restores healthy vitality
to the organs it is intended to operate
upon who assured success.
S. J. MoCormiok,
editor "Catholic Sentinel."
Burkhart & Pfeiffer are prepared to do
all kinds of printing on short notice and in
first-class style. They allow no one tojin
der bid them nor do better work. Call and
Hats aad Caps.
N. H. Allen & Co., are now receiving
large stock ef beta and caps, children'
straws, in season will be made a specialty,
HOUR 40 ABROAD
Wool, 20 cents.
Wheal, m Hants.
V M Kronuh, jeweler,
Th best htnno at J J D i . u .i u,
Portland will celebrate the till of July,
Go to the pionio Thursday ol next week,
J. P. Wallace, Physician and Surgeon, A -bany,
Beds tods from two dollars up at W Fort,
miller A Co's.
Old silver is worth 83c. 1 er as iu trade at
V W Carter's.
Read A Brown!!' stock at feitey gr c ne
A third-class tl.uudur Storui occurred in
A line line of tobsojiail uutrs at Ile4fl
The Narrow Ostme K It is beiua repaired
Itoeitainly needs it.
Ail ths groceries you can carry for a do!
Ur at 1 tesd A Browoir.
Last week Al Herreu killed seven eootoe
in PolR county ia ou day.
Mr Ft titer's residence, this si i 1 of Miller's
cam near burning a fw'dys go.
"Sbiverteing" is low basiaess. You ought
10 ue esfisiiKMi of yourceivos, boys.
Six shaves for a dollar aod a oh an towt to
every customer, st L. Vtenck'e.
For the host eorteoti'in try, t to j M. uto-
caries, etc., call ou Hoffman A i'fitfr,
M French, ageot Binger Manufaoturing
Co., opposite Odd Fellows Temple, Albany, Or.
Pick up that old gold jewelry and bave.it
made into a nice gold flog at r W Carter's
. r lai . 4 a
ur. n. a. nine, pnysunan ana surgeon
AH any, tregou. i UUs n adc in city or
There is a prosp-ct of ---T4l m .re wed
diugsi'i Albsay in the nt tu tire. Tut is
Blwee, sandals snd shprs for lad-es,
misses, children and Infants, at 7, outfit It A
if you want to to tku a h vi iao n preieet
get ou of sJtetM fists rjiM at rv Fert
miller A Co'.
Albany schod b are speu li 14 their va
cation rattling a p stunt pair 0 ',, "m ol
out of wood.
Fifty feet off th O'fool pr.p ity on Firet
strt was sold alw day eg about two
Go to Proshaw' new Dru Ster for par
drug, patent oiehoi,,a, tc i'i aecripttooe
caref ally oumpoauded,
Wool sold for as huh tteau ou
Saturday, bat only IB cmts bs beeo paid
for common grade.
Nearly on tboasaud dollars wurtb of re
paur or being mad at th Sfoiooo were-
noas aaa u r wnarf.
f t P.-nimtio 1 rot ia I'm count v waa
about 160. Mr Uoodniau for Se.,at.,r
though, received 20b vote.
It is reported that Coatractor Hunt lias
Ukeu the remsaderof hi f.rcee 10 Beaton
county to help oa his S P. contract.
Burkhart 4 Pfeiffer are doing some tine
work ia then Job Printing oraoe. Now is
th tie to get good work at low figure.
A tog picnic wiB be held at Po wall's grove
oear Hley to-morrow. Tne lialsey bend
are getting It up. A fine tin. uetpeoted.
Dr. J. P. WaJieo lus h cu I hi otflj in
the OTool BtoeA jt mi. U the Oano
COAT oOo, where ui f rteod , arid tiod blot.
O. W Maatoo, Physieiau sal ttargeon,
AiOAoy, Oregon. Graduate of the Cincinnati
Collage of Payswtasss and Bargeooa, Cincin
Mr Frank Read is eutitlai to the thanks
of th l)RMo..aRAr otBjetorapiil f tmtnen
I v lerg strawherri, lamioa aad full of the
flavor that da'dghts.
S ri.fut. m eruptkoM, each as pimple,
dieooloratton of ekia, epensily ou fan, will
disappear rapidly by using Piaaier' Oregon
We are andsr obitgattons to Mr E 11
Rider, of Can in I, Iowa, for a late copy ot
th AVooa Rrpubiiran pobltabed at
Last Sunday vuing while wrestling ia
Beotaa eounty, a faw utile from tat city,
Alvta '.Veetacate had lite nght arm broke i
a somewhat bad meaner.
S loald you desire to sell your property
oM m Burkbsrt A Keroey as thev j1. t'.u.
1 property ptooed i thu hanU, and charge
j . JSLSSS
J - Wm ' - WmWW B B WaSBeB VST ' 1 '
oouipany i prevent, A little dooorum iu
thht reepeet t metnu-e a big item.
Lsat Saturday Itee rdr Uentoa.nf the A.
O. U. W. , paid to th heir of W P Terhame.
recently dec!, the cam of $2000, by rea
son of but membership io that rgaotaaiioi.
DrOrayoa Saturday sold a three aioaths
old little Yorkshire pig to Mr Geiaeodorfer
for $10. These pig are solidity iuolf, being
probably the firmest and pernp w eete
Prof Pewell, once of Albany, now of
Seattle, W. T., it ia reported has been
stricken with paralysis, so that he is help
less aod speechtes without pros Met of it
A btg fire occurred at Vai.oav.-r, R, C.,
Sunday, nearly the who! plao betag de
stroy d. five men betag killed. Tote) 1ms
about 11,000,000, about on time send peo
ple being left bom!,.
Jack iK'iupoey says he ha. I rather work
ten hoar day at boiler making than to go
into th saloon baeiasws, which he ooaeideis
next to pris tigntiug. Jack is to make Port
land hi home.
Sum 75 trained teacher hv been sent
out this year from the State Normal School j
at Monmouth. These go tulo the schools
and ar mskiog a greit sauae. with the
. V I
unproved metho.1 ot teaching lu.rn d at the i
Oa Tnartday of last week, "Old III," th
famous pacing borne of Johnny Suhmvr,
died io tins city at th age of six teen. Oid
Bill" is well known particularly along lb
raging waters of ths Oohoeo, whs h woa
many a bard cou tested race.
Seod Burkhart .t K or nay naimes and ad
dresser of fneud desiring iofortaatioa of Ore
gon aod they will send them copies of tb
Heal Estate Conveyor which contains a com
plete discrintiou of ons county in each issue
with ether desirable information aa weather,
market reports, ate.
Last Monday Kd hi nee wa cutting ties
nsar this city, for ths 0 A C K it, when his
ax slipped, hitting bis right foot, the blade
going through the ball of the io , cutting
the rug toe bone completely oft, and the
next one partly off. II o waa brought to this
eity, where Dr J L Hill attended him, pat
ting the foot together, so tint the are of it
will in time be restored to him. Mr Hinet
had just begun work, so that the accident
peculiarly an unfortunate one.
Roots and aneea
N. H. Allen A Co., are now receiving
fine lias of boot and shoes, thoy propose ia
the future to make a specialty of this branch
of their business, in addition tu a fall line of
Buchinuham A Heebt's make of boots aid
shoea which for durability OAanbt be ex
celled, tbey hava a line of E istoru goods of
all grades including a hue of S. D. Sollars A
Co.. of rnusdelphia. children and misses
shoes, which are as good as any rtaoofaotur
ed. They guarantee every shoe just as rep
resented. Qive them a trial.
Usee so Lea
On from one to three yearj time, on good
security, in sums of $500 up. Call on
Clink, Montkith Si Co.
Waal ! Wool 1 1 Wool 1 1
Parties having wool to sell will do well
to call on me before disposing of it.
Samuel E. Yovno.
Highest cash price paid for wool by Mon
teith & Seitenbaob,
The nicest and cheapest line of ladies fine
shoes in town can be found at
Read k Brqwnbll'b.
an ci 1 1 a ristttt Atv.
Mr D Mausflsld went to tb Biy last
Miss Ma K'log and Cmdis Com have
beea in Slin this wk.
Mr Chas BiowieM v, trying to oatcb tiout
in ths mountains tin wsk. ,
Prof Reid, oar worthy Schodl Haporiuteti.
dent, is out viettiog schools this week.
Mrs D W Wakoflsld sn.i daughter Lucj
of Portland.are visiting friouds is Allsxuy.
Nxt Monday Mr K-slph Fisher will leave
lor tne . r, t- act at timekeeper ou fsilroad
a m mm a a .
rror Walker, the acaonp'uhed principal
01 m orownsviii c ..., wann Albany
Vr Irelu arrived in Albany Us week
1 rmn l'rinville by way of tii.j lobasou woa
inilee l)h'f bs loeste.1 at Ksker City,
wnre n t in Hie employ of Morlbway A
Jesse H.rkf relumed on Th a red ay of last
week from Prioeetil, ahr n hs be-n
living alwmt a year.
f-aptK.J btnatog left Ut Tusisy for
Csliforais, wher h g'M4 iu th interest of
ti.e lied Crown ,Mnk
D W Wakhld and Gorg Walksr cam
up irom fortlaod raetdoy uight. an I with
severe! friend will raatiotte at SxUvUle
Mr Albert Bryan, of Tangent left a few
days sgo for Klamath reservation, w here he
will fill ths position of farmer. The selection
is a good one.
Mr R O Jankiu, of Newport, aod Mi Bart
Allen, of Halsey, war iu Albaey Monday
ou their way to th Oread LeJg of I. 0. U.
T.f being held ia Portland this wese. Mr
Allen haa. at be pramisd,aiready beg-in to
Dr. J. T. Tate, Dentist, will practice one
day in each week at each of the following
named places : Lebanon on Tucfav
Halsey on Thursday, Jefferson on Friday,
and will be prepared to perform operation
without pain. He will be at bis office In
Albany on Mon ity, Wednesday and Sit
Wear agon UviUhu 9 ie from the
noted S;ooer Butter Factory.
ueAi A BaowsKr,L.
An exceedingly large stock of carpet ia
sll qualities tm just been received ly Moa-
Ulth A Hetteohach. Tn aortoi-ut em
brace tb owt pattern and coloring
Thee goods or being offered at very low
price. People wanitmr err out adioul 1 not
fsil te ate them.
vTeol W sated.
Highest markvt pries in essh pud
wool at the store of A. B. Mcllwain.
N. If. Allen tCi.'i new wall papera are
now arriving direct from the factory, all
grades new in stock. Call and ex smite it
t'leshtxtf mt Meltwala .
By cailiag at A. B. Mc II wain's yon
get your clntbiog at prices that will sston
ish yea. fi has a good stooh aad is hoaod
to sell it.
A. B. Mcllwain has a large aod well select
ed etoch of new goods, as fioa as ever brabt
to Albany. Call ou h.m aad tanks yoer sstee-
tioo 1 root nut nrtcias
Ladies' jacket io Booeie and Stockinet,
in ontea and color, also sboalder
trimmed ta lac aad jet tntn niogs, del
trimmed ta iao aad jet trimmings. A
Samuel K. Yocr-j a.
The undersigned will sell all kinil of
amber and oelar feaoe posts at the follow,
tag stations oa tb N trrow Osage Railroad,
Lsmg's, Lawson sod Betlville. Persons build
ing hoasee or bsrn aaa have bills eat and
delivered at any -of th above atatioas oa
hart notio. Lumber is of the very beat
quality, the lege being brought from the fine
timber regions on the McKaaaie River.
J Wm. E.Sric-na
N. H. Allen dt Ob, keeps a fall hoe of
groeerie. and they will give yon as taaea
for your raoooy a yoa eon get ia any store
ia Oregon. Try them.
One of Hair No. 18 Fire and Burglar
proof safe t. Gootl as new. Inquire of John
Brush, First St., Albany, Or.
Tne fi test It. 1 of window cornice mould
aga at Woo I Hi's
For your sewing tnachinee.wiai mxiihin
needle and extra go to Will Bros.
t.- tar 1 u , ,
K"ni"! Woo.hu . Eskn uoa UUes. They
alk .rmII 1 ii ti I a,wi fhetiaa fr , ,11 v-asm If
Kerelved New This Week.
Novelties in imported dress jood. Boacles
or Nigiier heads, brcaile, velvet and dike,
laoe, dress gooda, etc, at
Sasi'i. R. Yotmo'f".
Wheat OOo per bu
Butter 20 ot per U,
Egg 12 cant per do
Beef on foot, 2o
Hay baled, H to f 12 per ton.
loose,$8 to 910,
Potatoes 35 eta per bushel .
Bacons hams, 80
Lard lOo per lb.
Flour-1.50 per bbl.
Chickens 2.50 per dor.
Sugar San Franoiso C, 8e.
Mill Feed bran, 1 1,00 par ton.
Fotkitting Is th list of letters remaining in th Poet
Office, Albany, Linn county, Oregon, June 17 h,
Persons catting for these letters must firs ths das oa
which they were advertised :
Allen, Emm Brinan, 11
Cole, Clinton C Gieen, C H
Rest, Simon Lvnes, Mrs
Marks, Miss Annie Woolley, Mrs Eli; a
A-hitno. v , Dr U A Whits, L H
J. M. IRVING, P. M.
Buck tea's Arnica halve.
The best salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Cnapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perteot satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Foshay A Mason .
MA ESI KB.
RI BE LAN -ITA YES At Halsey, Hunday,
June 13th, 1886, Mr J W Ribklvx and
Mrs S A Hayes, Rey Star offieiatiog.
We extend heartiest oongratulat one to
the contracting parties. May no "patent
irate' ever shut Bro. Ribeian out f rom tb
joys, comforts, and felicities of tits life
Mrs Haves has made a wise sleotic n, bat
Mr Ribeian a wiser one.
4 TRKKVl RTRKTA.
Tfie Nebraska Editorial Association
come to Oregon this year. It is nearly
time to begin making plea and cakes for the
ministers who will make up most of lit
party, if the Iowa pirty mik; bj taken for
Wm t Bryan h.i been appointed Post
master at 8an Francisco.
King Liulwij,', the crazy ruler of Bavaria
is dead, and not a tear has been shed. He
lived too long for his own good.
The following from the Newport Newt
makes us feci sad s "A child launched a
llttie boat near the wharf here the other
day, and the receding tide oon carried it
beyond the little fellow's reach. Out it
went, farther and farthvr, whH. the Htt'
fellow watched it with streaming eyes, and
said to a sympathizer who arrived on the
scene, "I wouldn't rare but mamma's epool
of thread i on Iroard and all mv money "
A boat wa procured and mamma's thread
and thc little fallow treatire,threc nk-kies
were soon placed, together with his ship, in
his little eager hand. How many a larger
ship has gone out with a thread on board
that wound around mamma's heart string
till the gentle heart pined away and died for
the brave lad that never returned. And
how often ha all the money some poor fel
low possessed gone our a did this child's to
meet with a worse fate ?
it wa reported here Saturdav and Sun
day that work would be begun on the O P
Monday for certain. The report wa only
a 2x10 rumor.
stols SUB) Cap.
It t time 1 1 get your spring head appar!.
A, B. Mcllwain lit a stock f oats of the
latest styles, which every man sho ii-t ex
snune before buyiag.
Mt a Raeb.
Oa soooaat of t m 1 . , -, e 19 ,t floor
will be sold at the Humm Mill at $1.10 a
sack, or at 4 ) hrr d, a . I will be delivered
free to H part of th '-iv
Vmmcf ... m a.
Th place Ui it f toev g A of all kiaes.
M at MIiw iiii'i. If 1 apr.'ucteek is here,
aod there i no disco'tnt on its b;og first
B trg h.m ofT r - I
sick, we gave UmCAWKIWLL,
a ChUd, be crtsd for C AJSTOKIA,
R. A. CHERRY.
ALBANY FOUNDRY AND
CHERRY & HANSHAW.
MacMne and Mill Builden,
Having opnnexl up the old f un 1 ry and
macblu ettop formerly owned bv A. K.
Cherry A Son, ami mlded new and ;ate
improved machinery, we ore prepared
to handle all kind of heavy machinery.
VVe will manufaotore Hteatn Kug:i -, Saw
and Orlst Mill roar-hin ?n ,t'vi wood work'
i og moobl nery of all kinds, ail kind of
1 run and bra coatings uide Ut rder.
K pairing of farm roacbiaar apeia'lst
Pattern of all kind-, mad on abort
notice. The best aoeortmeut of patterns
in the Stele,
Sbope corner 1st and Montgomery Ste.
IPORTOF THE COMDITIOM
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
AT A Lis IN V. IN T.IK STATE OP CRBGOX,
At Um Owe of hodac, 3rd dty if June, 1C.
Loin aivl JiacouoU 716. 8
U. V BmJi to secure circulation CO30O.t
0. R. tBOesfeen hand WYMO
Other ctoeke, and iuortpj 2M.
o 1r-m afHMravcl rrarrve aeet . . . "31. SB
Due frees a her Satiooal Banks 2717.01
Do from State Banks and banker 47"-
Current sxpanee ar I Uses paid 4A tt
lis IMIIII li 407.50
Check aad other caah itero 10 00
RUts of other Banks 300.00
Fractional paper currency. nuklea ud nhhim .
8 pM& sii n th ui -1 . ZMK.fsv
Lsgal Ssnder nose . 230.10
K ademption lund iui L. a. iteaauncr hve
per cent ol drculsUea ) 900.09
Capital tock paid
.. SOU 00
redo ided r.8u
National bank note outMending-
Individual deiKaviu eubject to chock
Deaasnd certiUcaU..f .In-'si
Doe to State Bank and bankers.
Stats or Oaasux, Corx.rt or Lwa, ss :
1. II F Merrill, Cadiier id the shore uained beak
do solemnly oeu taa' the aV.ve abttm it b true
to the best of my knowledge ud belief.
II. K. M ERKILL, Cashier.
Subscribed and ssrom te tfffore me thw 12 h da; lot
June, lSaS. T. J. STI" ES,
(W a) - Notary Puhbe.
CoaascT Attest :
O. nMMIiH, I
L. K. BLIN.
D ns-t. r.
8. R. YOUXO,
Will make the so won of 1SS6 at the fol
Lebanon on Tuetdats oi oacn w.K.
Brownsville, Wednesday night and
HalaeT. Thursdtv nint anu rriosy.
Bill Nvo was sired by Kdward Everett
aad his dam was by a son of Rnaigiant,
Thus U will be aeen that be ombines the
blood of Vermont, Cornet, PthModer and
Kmitrrant. This is uot only a well Drea
young horse but he is ginui individual
ly and those thai ar breeding for light
harness diocki can not no omier, m ieo
required for bis services is $15.
The half blond Percberon stallion form
erly owned by Nimrod Payne, Esq., wis!
make the aoove oireutt with Bill Nye,
Price as usual, Don't forget their ap
pointments and don't fail to see Bill Nye,
the handsomest hore on th road. "A
thing of bsauty is a joy forever."
D. B, McKNIOHT, Prop.
Landretli Winter Wheat,
Sowed 4 lbs iu fall of '82. While othee
wheat was frozen out this waa not affected.
It is not surpassed by any variety in hardi
ness, vigor of growth, 8 tit! new aod lengtn 01
straw, freedom from rust, praactiven8
and milling quality . The sraiu is large,
plump, light a!iibcr-in pr nd hard, yield
ing the finest hum-. Kipeue two or three
weeks earlier thao other grain. Will have
a limited quantity of thht famous wheat for
sale for seed wheat for $1.25 a bushel, of
Eastern- price, 2oc. a quart by wail, post
paid. Parties wishing to see the hwt
growine can do so by calling at my pla- 1
mile S E of Taugeut.
A. L. Brivuetarvrr,
H E BEST THING OUT,
the Acme Harrow and no farmer car,
ell afford to be without it. It ia the very
best clod crusher and pulverizer, leaving th
ground aa level as a barn floor. Sold only
by Peters k Stewart.