.APRIL 4. 1S73.
AGENTS FOR THE STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT,
.O. P. Cbahow.
W. R. Privett.
Colfax, W. T
I. J. llairuewood.
...-W. J. Hamilton.
, Dav. Raflerty.
.J. J. "Walton, Jr.
Harrlsburg Sam. May & M. R. Holt,
..J. M. Morgan.
Ia Grande... .....
... F. I Cranttll.
......... J. R. Neil.
...J. It. Ralston.
E. S. iloComas.
-A. W. Wright.
I. N. Smith.
.J. II. Turner.
x emi teiuu .........
A. A. Fink.
. Al. Wheeler.
Kcio. Dan. Gaby & co. unnstie.
Salem -R- F. Brown.
The Dalles. A. H. Ferguson.
Walla Walla N. T. Caton.
Yakima. W. T. E. P. Bovles.
The IIarrisbcrg Homicide.
Yesterday at 1 p. M.t the trial of Ellas
Keeney for killing Wm. Pelton at Har
risburg on January Slst, came on,. and
the following gentlemen were empan
neled as the jurors: S. W. Crowder,
Jos. Moist, Ellis Knox, Jason Wheeler,
J. M. Churchill, Silas Halght, Martin
Luper, J. R. Smith, Lewis Cox, Jacob
Nye, S. Dawson, Jesse Archibald. The
examination of witnesses for the pros
ecution was still in progress last night,
and as there are something near seventy-five
witnesses subpoenaed in the
case, the trial will probably oocupy the
rest of the week. The case excites uni
versal interest in this community, and
the vast auditorium of the court room
is constantly crowded with spectators,
straining every faculty to take in the
details of the testimony. Mr. Helm
assists District Attorney Humphrey in
the prosecution, and Jessrs. Dryden,
Whitney, Williams and Strahan ap
pear for the defense.
A Severe Lesson. A young hood
lum of this city was last week arrested
for disturbing religious services at the
M. E. Church, on the previous Sabbath
evening, by whispering, laughing,
moving about, etc., and upon trial and
conviction in Squire Carothers Court,
was fined $15 and costs, in default of
which he was sent to the county Jail.
After he had remained over night in
the "hotel de cross-bars" his friemls
paid his fine and secured his release.
Rev. C. TT. Shaw was the prosecuting
witness. 'Squire Carothers seems to
be a healthy peace Commissioner in
these cases of hoodltinjim. It is to be
much regretted that j-oung boys should
discrrace their parents and offend peace
able church goers in this way, and we
trust this wholesome lesson will he a
warning to this youth as well as to
others who have heretofore been equal
ly as bad, if nofworse than himself.
The Railroad Cases. A civil
action which attracted a great deal of
attention at the present term of Circuit
Court, was that of, Ben. JZblladay
against various parties in this city and
Jarrisburg, for the collection of sub
scriptions made by defendants in con
sideration of the completion of the rail
road to Albany and Harrisbnrg. The
suit was conducted on the part of the
plaintiff by E. C Bronough, and on
the part of the defendants by Jlessrs.
Helm, Strahan, Johns and Tandy. The
defendents filed a demurrer to plain
tiffs complaint, upon which able and
exaustive arguments were made by
opposing counsel, and his honor, Judge
Bonham, after taking the case under
advisement for several days, overruled
the demurrer of defendants, which
is a virtual opinion in favor of the le
gality of plaintiff's claims
A Sad Death. Miss Sarah Sender,
a neice of Mr. Sternberg, of this city,
died at his residence last Monday, after
a few days' illness. Only a few short
-weeks ago her troth was plighted to
Mr. Isaac Senders, of Junction city,
and the bans had been duly published
i n conformity to the Israelitish custom.
The young couple were to have been
united in holy wedlock about the
middle of the current month; but cruel
death has snatched the fair maiden
from her loyer's embrace and made her
nuptial couch the narrow sepulchre.
On Tuesday morning the bereft bride
groom and other friends accompanie
the remains of the deceased maiden fc
Portland where they were interred ac
cording to the ancient rites of Israe
The Damage Srrr. A civil action
which attracted much attention at the
current term of Circuit Court was that
of G. W. ZTall vs. C. O. Barnes, claim
ing ten thousand dollars damages for
physical injuries inflicted in a personal
rencontre. The trial lasted about
twenty-four hours and the jury, after
about six hours' deliberation, returned
a verdict in favor of the. plaintiff ,iu
the sum of one dollar damages. This
virtually throws the plaintiff in the
costs of suit, and is a victory . for de
fendant. Messrs: Powell & Flinn and
Chenoweth appeared for the- plaintiff,
and Messrs. ' Helm, Humphrey and
"Williams for defendant. ' ' :
A Leap fob Life. Last r itfbnday
as 3essrs; 'Ximrod and Curtis Price
were walking along the railroad bridge
which . spans Fisher's creek, a few
miles " below Albany, they were so
nearly overtaken by the upward bound
freight train, as to be eompeljed to
jump from the bridge to the bed of the
creek below, which they did just as
the hot breath , of the locomotive
steamed against their faces as the train
thundered by. This was a close call
for our friends one which we can
hardly 'contemplate , without a shud
der of horror. - - ; - ;
R. Cheadle . shipped 1 by "Ajax"
2,320 dozen eggs. He is in receipt of
an invoice of new goods to which we
direct the attention of the public. He
is an enterprising and reliable business
man with whom it Is a pleasure' to
trade. See new ad. elsewhere.
Fo Assacx-t. The boy, Indian
j rang, ,.. wno was inaicted Tor - as
sault, was , last Saturday tried in
'the Circuit Court and convicted of as
sault only. Jie was sentenced to his
little lava bed in the county jail for
twcidsys.... - ,
Terrible Fire at Corvallis.
On last Saturday morning, a little be
fore daylight, the City Hotel, of Cor
vallis, was burned down, and Me. John
Murray, of Junction city was burned
up In the building. Deceased was the
brother of Edward Jlurray, proprietor
of the Exchange Hotel of this city
He was also father-in-law of A. R.
McConnell, landlord of the burnt ho
tel. Other parties Including Me. Mc
Connell and his family had but Just
time to escape from the burning build
ing in their scanty night rober. The
fire was so far progressed when d!s
novered that all of those occupying
upstairs apartments were compelled to
Jump from the windows In order to
save themselves. It is thought the
unfortunate Mr. Murray was suffocated
in the smoke while attempting to reach
a window from which to escape. The
fire is supposed to have originated in a
lamp-room In the, center of the build
ing. Adjoining buildings were saved
by extra exertions of the fire depart
ment, without much damage. Loss
estimated at $5,000; insured lor $1,500.
Returned. In the list of passen
gers by the AJax from .San Francisco
we notice the name of A. Wheeler of
the firm of A. ll'heolcr & Co. at Shedd
Mr. IPheeler has been engaged for
sometime in selecting goods for the
store at Shedd; and those who are
accustomed to visit the establishment
need not be told that the stock will
be found full in all its departments.
The new members of the firm have
brought a large addition to the capital
and we shall look to see a eorresjwnd
Ing increase in the stock and business.
- For the Ladies. If "a thing of
beauty is a joy forever," Mrs. S.' A
Johns, Albany's fashionable milliner,
has a store full of perpetual happiness
in the line of hats, bonnets, ribbons,
laces, collars, artificial flowers, and all
else that go to make up a complete
lady of the period. ITer Spring styles j
of hats are especially attract!
"Forest City" being an exquisite pat
tern, and the "Grand Duchess" the
ne plus ultra of "agony." Don't forget
to call early and get the cream of her
Albany Scientists. It is said that
some of the bright young men of Al
bany, who go to see the girls, have
adopted a new and novel method of
getting kisses. They assert, on the
authority of scientific writers, that
the concussion produced by a kiss will
cause the flame of the lamp to flicker,
and easily induce the girls to experi
ment in the interest of science. The
first kiss or two the particss watch the
flame to see if it flickers, but soon be
come so Interested in the experiment
as to let it flicker if it wants to.
Guess Not. The Oregonian will
have to locate these Jokes somewhere
else, they are not applicable to this
latitude: "A Linn county farmer
laughed himself almost to death, not
long ago, to see a chicken thief try to
climb a fence with bis knees full of
"Albany boasts of a young man so
timid that he cannot look a needle in
the eye. .Many young' ladies are
troubled with similar fears when they
can get any one else to do their sew
ing." Retcrsed. Capt. Jarper has re
turned from San Francisco with a com
plete invoice of goods suitable for this
market having exercised, in their
selection, that peculiar 'good taste
for hich he has become cou-
: i rri.
bjiiuuuus uiiito uur iutl uiiuiiL-. i t j
stock is full in all the lines of ladies'oK thousand.seven hunlred and nine
dress goods. Rents' reatly made cloth-f ty-e11 dozen eggs. This iudlcates
ing. hats and caps, boots and shoes.l
etc., etc., and the firm of Harper & Co.
will sell them at prices to suit the
times. Call and see them.
CnAMPIOXS OF TIIE RED CBOSS,
Dr. Merrick, D. G. C. for Oregon and
IFashington Territory, instituted at
Junction city on the evening of the 28th
inst.1 Lee encampment No 14, C. R. C.
The following persons were elected as
officers: J. J. Johnson, C; Miss K.
O'DonnolJ. C; A. L. Drisco R. S.;
V. Kratz F. 8.; J. A. Hodgins T.; X.
B. Mars tall C. H.; John Cblvart I. G.;
W. Guthrie O. G.
Cleab the Tback. People ' ia
,J fl X I A. L 1 1
wauoiis euuuiu rememoer hjul otreeu
crossings are for pedestrians. Some
folks stop with their wagons on the
crossings, and indulge in a chat with
somebody, and the footman can take
his choice between awaiting the pleas
ure of the occupant, crawling under
the wagon, climbing over or walking.
Billiard JVatixees. We under
stand Mr. Talley of the temperance
billiard hall, designs closing his doors
one day out of every week to all per
sons save ladies accompanied Jby their
gentlemen escorts. This is to give our
lady friends" an oppurtunlty to learn
all about this fascinating game. In
other words,' "Billiard matinees" is
the latest. . , . t
, A Fistb Ahtist. Mr. Margrat is
unquestionably a Buperloir "painler.
His specimens .of carriage, sign and
card painting will compare favorably
with the work of any other artist on
the coast. He designs painting some
of our fine valley and mountain scenery
as soon as the weather will permit o
out-door work. -
1st The Days of Forty-ntne,
Tally's Temperance Billiard Hall is
the center of attraction at the present
time, and the crowd's which congre
gate there every evening, to read,
gossip, smoke and - patronize the
fascinating game of billiards, forcibly
reminds cur "Argonauts" of mining
camp resorts in the days of of 49.
Miss Lizzie Domes,' of Napa; Call,
thinks her father, J. J: Domes, is in
Oregon and wants to know certain.
Exchange. ! ,
: Yes, ber father is in this city and is
a superior mechanic and: one of our
best citizens. ' "
Faiu and Festival.-The mem
bers of tho Erodelphian Society will
nold an apron and fancy fair with re
freshments,, at Vancleve'fr 2ZalI, this
evesibg, April 4. Admission, 25.cejits.
AU ue invited to attend. -
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The St Charles is a popular hotel
under Eto. Da Bois' managements
HbttE AND ABHOAD.
; County Court next week. ;
1 The best butter a ram.
.Marriages dull and unsteady. 4
School election next Monday.
Soda at Carother's. Go for it.
Circuit Court courageously contin
ues. Interesting letter from Astora on
' Iowa has a girl that can pull up 450
pounds, "quare backed"
Be economical and you woa't spend
so much money. Fact!
Frank 1 Tad worth painted a superb
sign for Tally's Billiard Hall.
Police court room growing up in
grass for the want of a subject.
Send the Democrat to your Eastern
friends. It's better than a letter.
Wheat in Liverpool, 12s.; in San
Francisco, $1,85; in Albany,. 05c.
- Mart Taylor has received the present
of a bee-gum hat from Josh Taylor.
The Mercury'a now head makes that
paper look as gay as a Jlmpson weed.
Our printer friend, Wallace Mauzey,
is about over hi recant sickness.
7is Honor, Judge Thayer, of Benton
county, gave our sanctum a call last
Spirit rapplngs is the prevailing In
gredient of excitement In Bovine
Pouch at present.
Let farmers read the stirring article
from Chicago Ixtnd Owner, published
on our first page.
The railroad company now sell "lay
over" tickets. This is another good
result of the opposition.
We deeply sympathize with Senator
Iloult iu the loss of his estimable and
lie are pleased to see that Hon. T. J.
Stitvs and his estimlable family arc fust
irvutulfllK lilt uicunii-n, w I'
""Spring chickens have begun to putY
forth their tender leaves and
II 10 OKI
Inert ia scratching gravel
- He have just received an elegent new
paper cutter from New York. Tho
freight on It cost at tho snug rate of
$150 per ton!
J. D. May was convicted of perjury
at the present term of Circuit Court,
aud will probably be sentenced
April the season for spring flower.,
violets, spring bonnets, neuralgia,
sweet warblers and spring planting
('ass Humphrey, who got his maiden
boost in life as a "comp" In this otllce,
is up from Salem rejuvenatlngaud see
ing his geranium.
Dr. Hill and Thurston 7ackleman
are delegates from Albany to the Bap
tist S. S. Convention which is now in
session at Portland,
Two bits admission to the young
ladles' festival to-night. Let every
body go and batk in the witching
smiles of youth and beauty.
Dr. G. W. Gray, of this city, is to
deliver a lecture before the State Den
tal society, which meets atSalem on
the last 11'ednesday In June.
Indian Frank was sentenced to Jail
by Judge Bonham for ten days, for
stabbing a squaw; and he says Judge
Bo all a rn is "a hyas klose tyee."
An Iowa lady is paying an election
bet by kissing the winner once a
month. It seems to us that is a thun
derin' long while between puckers.
In the case of Livingston, charged
with counterfeiting, the grand Jury
returned "not a true bill," and whiz"
I .va a i .
went Judvingston to nu virtuous tiomsj
IX II. t hpfirllp alilnrwxl tiv I tint, kli.amori
that Mr. Cheadle has a very large J
number of business hens in operation
A trio of beautiful young ladies
graced our o'Qlco for a short time last
Tuesday. May the sunshine of their
young lives frerjuenfly fall athwart
our sanctum door.
R. A. Irvine, Esq. Linn's firmer
popular Sherift and one of the best
men ever put into a wicncd world
without having a chance to enter his
protest called upon us last 3onJay.
lie looks correspondingly happy.
IFe observe that Dr. Geo. V.X Price, '
who got his start in Albany, was one of
the preformers at a recent Baker city
concert in aid of the champions of the
Red Cross, at which a $118 were net
ted. George is practicing his dental
A gentleman called into our office
the other day and inquired for the "old
man!" The boys (nickered and the
writer of this "biled out" with rage
ness, but as the insultor was a six footer
and muscled accordingly we "suffered
on and made no sign."
A young man asked a young lady
her age,- and she replied: "Six times
seven and seven times three added to
my age will exceed six times nine and
four, as double my age exceeds twen
ty." The young man said be thought
she looked much older.
Profane swearing is abomniable.
Vul gar language is disgusting. . . Loud
laughter is impolite. Inquisitlveness
is offensive. Tattling is mean. Tell
ing a falshood is contemptible. Ignor
ance is disgraceful. Avoid all of the
above vices and you'll Jo for a news
paper editor' n time.
This is the way an Albany sehoo
mar'm .talked about our muddy, slip
pery walks last week! "It is an ex
treraely onerous task to preserve the
equilibrium in perambulating on the
pedestrian through-fares of this coun
try metropolis, in their present pre
carious condition." She means the.
walking wasn't good In town. "
A fellow writes to the .Lew is ton
Signal from the Palouse mines for some
news of the outside world. He says
tbeyhavn't heard a thing that was
going on in the world since last sum
mer, and winds up his letter by asking:
"By-the-way, who the devil is Presi
dent." If it were our put in echo
Wuld an8wer--"the deyil ' is Presi
dent." v' - ' ' : r
; Household Fubnitube. Mr. V.
E. Ltowell, of this city, has for sale a
full Hupply- of household fixtures, from.
a fine-tooth comb up through all the
gradations of fire-shovel, what-not,
center tables dining tables- carpets
bedsteads, etc:,. to a bureau, and other
indispensable' articles- of rv well ar
ranged doaoicil. Hb will selL ohean- in
lots to subpurchasers. Appljr tovElii
GtviNtt WiysKY, to Minors. The
grand jury indicted young Baurn of
this city, for giving whisky to a minor,
and Baum pleaded guilty, and was
fined $100 and costs ; ?
TlEADTltl, AND BX Happy! Tha lnritnst
stock of Men's, Boys', and Children'! Clothing
cvi-r brought up from San Franclaco I nt N.
Ilnum'aatnra, ami tuo rush I blffi thcro la n
one leaving tho storo without buying n font,
Pants or Veat, Jint or Cap. Hoot or Bhona,
Shirt or Drawtr, Collars or Neck-tie, rto., and
everybody seem t bo ploaai-d and untlrnli-d
that they bought ohcnp, a that la tho pliwo to
CouitT niiHiKsn.i-Kollowliig biiHlmma had
boon dUjxinod of up to tho 2nd i
A. O. King va. Juiiumi McIXtwull) partition.
). Fox & Ilro'a. vs. J. I). Hurd ; to IdrooloKu
mortgngD. Judgment for PIT.
Kamut'I Levy et. al. v Jnnien Itlley ct. al. t
ault in equity i duoruo for delta.
JntnoaChnmbprava.II.il, roily; to recover
money j Judgment for pl'fT.
C. M. Cartwrlght va. J. II. Mnrkai netlou to
recover money j demurrer auaUtlned.
John Hinnllman va. Mainpwoti T. 1 'owe II i par
tlMon i deeroe grunted.
John I'urkerand Allen Parker va.H. T. Illla
ault In equity to forecloau mortgiigc ; judgment
M.J. Mudgo va. S'm. 'McCitllonler. Judg
ment for pl'ff.
Hlute vs. Levi IJvtngxtnne. Indlutod for
counterfeiting. Not a trua bill
Hnmo va. Chnrlea Ilrown. Indicted for grand
It rune Ilk Prairie First Wo will aay
of Dk. Walkku's Vj.ikoak Dittkms that It
runa like a prnlrle flro. The famo of the great
Tumpcranoo Ionic la, however, but poorly ex
emplified by thla figure of apeerh : for a prairie
flro runa only In one direction, whereaa the re
utntlon of the Hitter apreud toward all Mlru
of the compute with equal rnpldlty. We do not
believe there la a equarn mile of Inhnblleil
territory In the cli'tllzed Mirtlon of tho V tilted
rttnti-a, where till merltorloua preparation ia
not pprectuted. If any thuorvtlrul gentleman
thlnka he la prepared to dhow that there la
"nothing In It," wo udvtae hla to go to the
Tralrlo huiten. to the MUMMlppI Valley, to the
deltaa of tho Moulhern river, lo New Kngland.
In fnct, anywheru within the llnilta of "1'nele
Bam'a real estate," and ventilate hla vlewa.
Ily ao doing, lie can mlae a heartier and more
general laugh than hue ever yet ahuken the
aide of an Intelligent people. Peniona who
have been cut 1 rant help laughing at other
people, who Ull th mii that tho medlelno which
eaved their Uvea laa fnl lire.
IIOI'I.T. Niar IlNrrlMljitra. Unn rnilv. on
the lt of April, 1171. of lunx lver. Mlo. Jkak-
kt liot'LT. wtio of lion. f ll ill 11.
Deceased waa born In Fleming county. Ken-
tucky. March 7. lHl. In the daya of her chlld-
hfHMl her father. John riommervllle, emUratiil
to Edfiar county, llllnol. In her twrnllelh
year ahe wax joined In holy matrimony to the
huaband of her choice, with whom ahn llvd
and lolled In the duth-a of life until the time of
Hoon after her marriage ahe sought and ob
tained an Intereat In a Mavlor'a foralvlnt love.
and united with the iTeahyfrtan (O.H.I Imtnrh
of the church. In lVt the family, wtib a ler?
clrcln of relative and frP-nda, einlirrnt-l to Or
cgon and a-ttlrd near Went Point, Unn county
where ahe Immediately presented her cert In.
cate of memberiihlp. which ahe had been rare
ful to brine with her, to a eoner-BaUon then
organ I ted under the paatorete care of Itev. V.
At a more reeent dU havlne; "ttled In the
village of HrrlburV. where there wa no or-
Canlzallon of her denominational choice, ahe
united with the Cumberland Preabyu-rtan
Church. In the communion of which ahe con
tinued until railed irom her labora on earth to
hcrr"wrd In heaven.
All that can be aald of the trnly good may be
aaid of Water Iloult a alncere friend, a faith
ful ChrUUan. an afT'-ctlonnte wUe, a gentle
and tender mother. lier laat lllnea of four
week' duration, during which her aunVrlng, at
tlmea very great, were endiinil with tn-knee
and ChrUtlan fortitude. Iter exprraw-d dealre
to live waa that ahe might continue a while
longer with her children, who. it aeemed to
her, ao greatly needed her otblng care for
many year. But ahe haa gone to reat with Jo
aua, while the reeulla of her eameat and un
blemlahed life and labora are before ua, calling
uatoaalmllarlifeof faith and good work".
Who will take hT place In the vineyard of the
lamented upon earth, beloved In heaven ;
happy aplrit, hall and farewell, but not forever.
"Mweet be thy rest till Ue bid thee ariae."
W. It IilHHOP.
IaKtorof C. P. Church. Harflalairi:.
flow aunr bin rerett d that "they did
not take It In lime.' How eaally thoa Uvea
might have be-n aaved for future u.-fullna,
for WinTAB'M ItAijtA or Wild HKaar. a
remedy of half a eentury'a alanding, cure
coughs, old, whooping-cough, and bronchllia.
A!f Improved Mowkr ajsd RrAPrn. What,
ever relat-a to lmrovement In Agricultural
Impli-menla, moat neccamuily be of infrcm to
the farmer everywhere; for labor aavlng ma
chinery lightena hla burden, and cheapena tho
coat of hnrveatlng, nnd therefore adda to hla
atore In the end. We are reminded of thla at
thla time. In noticing the fact of the introduc
tion of a new and Improved Mowing nnd Heap
ing machine, to the farmera of California, by
the oltl and reliable houne of Trend we 1 1 A Co.
Thla machine (called the ".tttna") haa had a
great run In the Kimt. and haa tiecame very
iiopular. We are plenacd to noto tho fact of its
introduction on thla Coaat.
VKtnfSOA perdayl Agent want
fy?fJ It S9aa V All rlaaaea of working
p., if either aex, young or old make more
moiey at work for ua In their aimre momenta,
or al.' the time, than at anything elae. 1'itrtlcu
lura frt 9. ddresa ti, btinaon 1 Co.,, Portland,
It la a aad thing to paa through Hfo only half
alive. Yet there are tbouaanda wli.iae. habitual
condition la one of languor and dcbll.a,y. They
complain of no apcclfle diacaae ; they au O'er no
poaitive pain ; but they have no reliah for any
thing which afford a mental or aenauoua pleas
ure to their more robuat and energetic fellow
beings. In nine caaea out of ten this at ate ef laaaltude
and torpor ariaea from a morbid atomach. In
dignation deatroya the energy of both mind and
body. When the waete of nature la not aup-
Jilled by a due and regular aaalmllntlon of the
ood, every organ la atarved, every function In
Now, what doea common aense auggeat under
theae clrcumatoDoea of depreaalnnT The aya
lem needa roualng and atrcngthcnlng; not
merely for an hour or two, to aink alterwarda
into a more pitiable condition than ever (Aa it
assuredly would do If an ordinary alcoholic
stimulant waa ruaorted to), but radically and
How is thla deairable object to bo nccom
pllahed I The anawer to thla question, founded
on the unvarying experience of a quarter of a
century, 1 eaaily given. Infuae new vigor Into
the digeatlveorgana by a courae of Hoatetter'i
Htomach Ulttera. Do not waate time In admin
laterlng temporary remedlea, but wake the eya-
tem up by recuperating the fountain head of
physical atrength and energy, the great organ
upon which all the other organs depend for
their nurture and aupport. - ,
By the time that a doxen doaea of the great
vegetable tonic and invlgorant have been ta-
gen. tue ieeoie irame or the ayapuntio win be
gin to feel fta benign influence. Appetite will
ue created, and with appetite the cnpi
Kiigeat wnnx it cravea.
rersevere until ma cure
lla complete until healthful blood, tit to be the
(material or nean ana muscle, bone ana nerve
ana Drain, nowa through the channels of clr
iculatton, instead of the watery pabulum with
wnicn tney nave neretoiore been impenectiy
nourianea. - - - .
fanilE ACCOUNTS OP RICHARD M. POW.
M. era and Wm. W. Benjamin, blacksmiths,
will be found In the office of the undersigned.
next door above the IJee Hive Htore. Persona
indebted are requested to call and settle with.
out runner notice. h. r . fcSAYHH.
A. WHEXLER. C. P, BOGUS. C, K. WHEELER.
a: WHEELER & CO.,
SIIEDD'S STATION, ORlGOIV,
FOBWARNJia AND COMMISSION MER
..." A3T SeAXRRS JIT V'
MERCHANDISE AND PRODUCE!
A pood assortment of all kinds of goods al-
wja-iu awjre at iowbbi maraet ruwja.-
" Amenta fbraale of A " " f
WAGONS, GRAIN DRILLS,- CHURNS,
CIDER MILLS, ETC.- ' '
Casft paid for' W'heaU; Oat Fork Butter,
F. H. 8TR.OEDEFI, ;
CLOTHES BASf S CrTiLDBES'S CHAIRS,
nnd all other Wlllow pre mnntifuetured and
for mile. HKI'Alltl.Nii Otmii lo order.
I'leuae solid your order to
nUlinS Hhedd, Mini Co,, Oregon.
The latent and tMt It tin alt I he Inv,
proveinenta Of every llrat-elnwi miu'liliie, be
alilea a dnulile motion (which no other- liaa.)
KlvInK a faat or lw mel to the knife or
Nlokli an Important advnntnife. Hend for II
liiMrnti'U I'ainplilnt, and don't fall to see tho
".K'l'NA," before biiylnif, Kor sulu only by
- Tuinui!LL ft to.,
Hole Agent Purine Htntea. Old Ml nnd. Mar
ket, huud of Front Ktreet, fan hruunttmn.
m iioor i:m: tio.v.
mjOTICK W HEIIKHY OIVKN THAT THK
Im annual enhmil inei-tliitf of Hchool I lnl rl'-t
No. fi. I .In n eoiiiily, (ireKou, will be held ut tho
Dlatrlct McIhkiI 1 Inline on
Monday ', the 7th day of April, 1873,
at 1 o'eloek I'. ., for the purpoao of eli ding
one I'ireulor for tlir-e yeara, and one ClerK for
one yeurt ulao t levy a lax for the aupport of
aelioola for llm eimuitiif year, and lo levy a lax
lo rejuilr the aelnxil houaeandfix the rounda
of mini illHirlet, and sueh other buaioea aa
may comu U'lore tlio iiiim'IIiii;.
A. S. A11X0M),
n-TIWi Clerk of fcciiool llt. . 6.
ran IK HTtM'K-l
M. A Hrtlltliini
KH.UKKM OK TIIK AI.RAXY
WnPt lltcli or llunal Com-
puny are riiui-d lo m-t-l ml their olhee In the
elty of All.iiny on Hainriluy, the ath day 'of
Mitrell, !7H. ut 1 o'cl(K-k p. in., for the piirF
or fiien-anhiir the enpllul tam-k of until com
pany, ami Hiteniilnif to other luirtont bunt
lieu lor the cuiiipuny. A lull Mit. nitniioo la ri-.
qii.-Hti-il. fc KI.K1XM, 1'realdeut.
Beware of Counterfeits I
JOB MOSES' BI ttMW&WlVlvm
mr4 tMfnttvtty encavaaf aivao. ttflvnuti Itrvr
! Mimw (a ( 14 eounurttu lamakt rrur
ptnHu. Th ftmuln IA MMsJak) Mea
pntaetpaekat. Atltiluri r fvrthl tmtlmtumi.
Tba aaaciae Pill ax anfiailna In tha cur at all
UsoM pwlnhil anil dangmmu dlewi la vbirb lb
tmU eon.lltuilon U raMeef. Thr mlrmt all
mmh auil ranuva all etxuaoUotta, Croat wtuu
fat ".- M nnTn T.A DIRS
narUcuiulr uii-l. fjwr will In M abort
timabrini on tba awntblr tmiod with rwnlarliy i
and alihoaab T-iy pow.rtul, eunlAla DothiDC bttrtj
ful to lb ooiutltutf'Ki. loallcaMOf Nrruau&
ptoal Altacllona. Palna In ttta Hack ant Limbs.
ficaoo llhi rtnua, Palpitatloaof tballMrt.
WbitM. tti-v lit aSaet a ear whan
all olbr vwana havaall4. Tb4 clrenlara arouud
nrb packaira riv ru.l CliAkma and advtra, o
wiil b sant fraa to all wriUnfj lor Uuai. Haiti
town o lawn tat loa
N. at In all eaaca wbara tha otsorva earmst b
ebuttrt-4. Onn DnlimraneUiwd U tha Kola Proprla
Itt, JOB MOagS, IS CorilwvU 8u Raw Torawlll
In.ora a boula of Iba f !. eooulnlna Vlftr
rill, by ratarn mail, aacaraif nai4 Irota any
nowlxfr of lueotiianta.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTE8C
BBTAim PCtMOJaC tTAFEBSi
f)nr Cocoaa. Cotoa. Asraa. Banaoaivia. Soaa
TaaoaT. fioaaaaaaaa. PirriceLT HaaaTaiao, la
cirissT Coaacamoa aaa Lcaa biaaaaaa. Ttwy
ba ao Uata of madletna, aa4 say rlill4 will uka
loam. Tboaaaada bava braa raaur4 tn arallb Uwt
bad baton daapairad. Tmlnumr rin la bn4rada
PrW 35 ee-ata r boa. Jolll
tor. H CortUtMll Straat, iw Tork.
Jul) MOoU, rroprla-
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAMAHnrs rvXTtTfC. PILL. !
br t, oaRaNcIk
Una Lombard. Fart
Tneaa (411 at blaiilv raoomaMadad by tM rallra
Madloat Farolll of Franc aa tba vanr be.c rjwd r
In all was of HpanaabnbM. or Samtnal Wak.
naa. : Mla-bUr. Dallf fnrnmntn Bniaaloo ; a.
Bal WaaknaaaorfaiaMMUV; Waalroaa arlalnctrua
hen 1 11 abl u aad Ha oal Kiiwaa ; ttlasmium 101 Iba
OaalulOraBiu; Waak "ploa : DanaslU ia tb Crlaa.
and all tba abaatly tma of IMaaaM arllnc feam
Oraraaaor Iiraaaaa. TbavnirawhoBallotbaTram-
iiaafall- Vampblaof Adviealnah, boa-or will
baaant rraotoanv addpM. Prteo I aajr BOB.
H.n, k,MiL ... Vam aflofca.
raealMof pfW OSCAHO.MOaEa.1aCoBTi.aB5t
BTKaw foaa. Solo Gaaarai Atl fof Amanoa.
IL l, Jllil & rion, Agita at Albany.
fT-No. 619 Sacramento Streat, cor.
- of LeidedorlI htreet, (a few door
below Wbat Cbccr Hons.
Privat Kntrane on
Eilabtititii trprtly tn nffnrit tin nffitetiH tennd
and tcientijie medical aid in (Aa trtatmtnl
and curi of ati Private aH CAroa
' J iea sweatee of Secre
cy and all Sexual
TO THE AFFLICTED.
DIt. W. K. DOHEKTY ItKTURNM III MX
cere thanks to his numernue patient Ut
ineir naininiure, ana wouia laaa tins opportu
nity to remlndthem that he continues to crm-
ault at his Institute for the cure of chronic dla
eaaeaof tho I .units. IJver, Kidneys, iJlpestlve
nnu neniio-i rinary ureans. anci all unvaie
dlM-aaea, via : Kyphllls in all its forms and sta-
KRs, ncnuaai weakness, ana all tne horrid eon
sciueuoea of aelf-abuae, Uonorrhomi, CJIeet,
Ml riiM li n.m Kmtii.n.l cnH I tl 1 1 r .1 u 1 ni I st..r.
rk'xual li'blllt.v, Inseaaea of the llnck and
ixilna, lunaranriatlon of the liiadiier and Kid'
neya. etc. etc.. and he hones that hla lonir ex.
perlence and atiooeaaful practios will continue
to insure mm a snare or uuuuo natronace. iiv
t he practice of many years in Europe and the
i niuta etiatea. tie is cnauiea tn anui v tne most
efficient and sueueaflul remedies against dla
euaea of all kinds. He cures without mercury.
chanres moderate , treats hla patients in a cor
rect ana nonorau'ie way, ana nas reiereneea of
unauesiionablo i racity irom men or known
rnaectablllty am I high standing in society.
All parties consul tint; him by letter or other
wise, will receive '.he bent and gentlest treat
ment, and Implicit aocrucy.
When a female la In trouble, or afflicted -with
disease, aa weakmess of the back and limbs.
pain In the head,, dimness of sight, loss of
nxuscuiar power, paipuauon 01 tne neon,, lrn
Jliiiy, iiiirvDusL.CH, extreme urinary aiuicue
s. deraniremen' ; of digestive functldns. iren
eral debility, va pnltls, all diseases of the
womb, hysterln, iterlllty, and all other disea
ses peculiar lo rei nales ; she should ro or wrlto
at onoe to tho eel ?brated female doctor. W. K.
Uoherty, at his Medical Institute and consult
mm about ner in u Dies ana disease. The lino.
tnr Is elreetlnir mure cures than anr nthnr nh v
Ician In the Ktn to of California. Iet no false
deiicney prever.t you.
but annlv Immediatelv
and aave yourself Irom painful sufferings and
premature deat h. All Married Ladles whose
delicate health or other circumstances prevent
an Increase in thulr families, should write or
call nt nr. w . i . jjonerty's Medical institute,
and they will n clve every possible relief and
V. 1 n . nil,. n ..... . . . .
licip.-' t iiu .rtwjvttt m ,juiwKa nic a,, annilKLHl inn.
ne can ne oonsiuttxi wunoui tear or observation
Patients resldlmr In any cart of the Hint..
however distant, who mav desire the. nnlninn
and advice of Dr. Doherty in their respective
eases, and who think proper to submit a writ
ten statement of such, tn preference to holding
a perBonni inwrvww, are respnctiuilv assured
that their communications will be held most
H the case be fully and candidly described,
nersonal communication will be
as iirstruubHiua i.r uroi., rugiTnen, ana the gen
eral treatment of the case (including the reme
dies), will be forwarded without delay, and in
snoh a manner as to convey ,no Idea of the
purport of the letter or parcel go trnnsniit.tftd.-
uonsniiaimn uy letter or otherwise, free.
rurniBiieiii uurc KuamnHien or no pay.
W. K. DOHEKTY, M. D..
Ban Fra nclsco, CaL
Dr. Doherty has lust published an Important
pamphlet embodying his own views and expe.
rlenoes in relation to Impotenoa-or Virility, be
ing a short treatise on Spermatorrhoea or' Sem
inal Weakness, Nervous and Physical Debjilty
consequent on Cbbf affection,- siha other disea
ses of the Sextkal Organs.
This little work contains information of the
and will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of
aia ceima jii avauuBtainpa tor return petrtago.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY' OF fitfTlAND. OREGON.
Pnllllipd hy I: Namnel,
Ittnurtil AdrmrlUiwj Jgmil, Q'. Vowf Slrtel.
cuck n XN'tTnitiL tno ii k
. Kit. 09. f IBKT STKEKT.
Iinporicra anil JoMwrS f Fancy tJao'la, Toys,
- Cruukery, i Ian war and PUIad Wat.
Aator Itfinae, Flrat at., bnlween Oak arH PI a
Krurytliingneat. B. L. LtrngMlow. PYp.
v BOOKS, STATIONERY.
An- . "
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS !
GILL, STEEL & BANCROFT,
Noa. 75 and 77, First Htreet, Portland, (regon.
Tjl arman, themily tllrvnt Importsr of Cloth'aa,
.11 eer. Front A Washington atrtata.
CHAS. C. BAIIHKTT,
RootaiclIet and Stationer,
LA KokiT STOCK IS POItTLAXD.
No. 79 Front and ,Vo. i Washington Streets.
i"FC'K, WILLIAM A 80X.12K Front street,
J f Inip"rler aii't Deler in
l.vn3, mrLES And revoltecs
uf every ueaeriutiim.
Fiahlna; Tackle. Fancy Uowls, .Headf , Bird Cs
lf, Buaketa. l'riiiet Oamra, & Baby Carriage.
Aaanta f.r tba ''California Powder Workaj" alio
for tho "Wb.-eler A Wilson Pt.ari(i(f Machinea."
aak, John A.. 130 Front t.. praaticsf Wateb-
maknr A Jeweler. Work done for the trnria.
DOOI. A.l JOI l'Itl.TKK..
JIIMK3 A BACH Kt.liKK, 'iA Front Ut.
uei.anan. W. A., a. w. cur. Ut A Jailor at.
Cheapest Forniiira Ifoune in Pnrtlai.d.
H O Front Street.
(Hark. Ilamleraoo k I 'X'W. Ml A 3 Fir.t at.
J Ilealora In I'ry flood, fancy Millinery, Ao.
C1uhn A KnteiifetiS, HS Front t. Commi.nioB
J Meirhanta k denleta in 'r. A Cat. prodnee.
nnxls, J. 11.. Msnufaeturer k Iiealrr in Had-
J die. Uaroeaa A Ha.Mlery If'rd
r. UK F nt ft.
or nor, W. A Co., 10:i Froiil alrwt. Mcrebant
Tailori A Cli.lhinri. Ilats, I urnwhinr ,ik!i.
ale Amenta, un ney loaned, I oaaes rental.
C. If. Woodard A Co.. I('I Front eirert.
Order from any portion f the Elate or Trrrilo
rie careiully filled hy wait or cxpre.
1 mil, Lowenleio A Co. Furniture aid carpet
A dealera sturo from 134 to I3H Fir-t at.
1!" ini.liiimut Affeaey, j. It. Wiifcerell. BO
J Front t. FurnltUea all kind of help.
I7 rardinr, A lleelie. lu Frotit t. ComnUsii-n
J Merehantaand dealer in doraealie prodnee.
Ja-liion Livrry Ktal.Ta. eor. First A r-aluiou. V.
C.rl.eit. Pr. (id tornw.ut alwsy on baad
Ii.bal A iloberia'eor. Flr.t A Wa.hinfion u.
llraler A ananufae. rlo'binc. farnV g.od.
QUAY'S MUSIC STOKE.
Tba largest Muic Uoue on tba Coat.
iiiiidi;tt okc. ajs,
G. tV, DePRANS, Kaaaper.
Nole AKenr; Tor (ho
"Howe" fcewiny .TIachinc.
JZfT" Agent wanted. f-
Habuey A tiirmmc r -ar ar4 lralcra in
all kind of Prd. ror. First and Main ts.
Uaroburger, li., 133 Fir.t t.. Importer and
dealario Staple Faaey Dry tinod.3iilli'ry.
endee, 1. II., Phutoirrapbie Artiat,. w. cor.
Firat A MorrUoa. Cliild'a Piet. apeaialty.
Hearlebsea, L. Q. k C.. 109 'ir-t at. lna
(' ! A dealera in Jwalry, Wateb. Ac.
f 1 iuUrdTtf718Ti7
Jl in tJroeeriea, lloer. M )fB Material, Ae.
nodjfn, Calef A Co., V" Front at., wboicaale
dealer in llregs. Paint. Oils, Olaaa, Ae.
1''fl", FawiDf Maebiae, straight
1 1 If IT II J needle, under feed, and -lock
litcb." I'omMutinn eballaaed. G.W. T rar
er. Afent, 112 Front itreet.
nutebiaua, W., watebmaker, eorncr Firat A
Mala Fu. All work dona at Saa Fraa
oacu price and warranted.
nurgran. A Sbindler, No. IS6 to 172 First at,
luinortera of Furaiinre, Bedding, Ae.
fBternatiuoal Hotel, our
Front aad Morrison.
X Kodnlpb, Pr.
Free Bam attends tamer.
Koba, J, A Co., VI Front L, wboleaala A
retail dealer ia fine Clothing, Fara'g Good.
Maiaon lorte Keataoraol, private room fr
faroilic. ear. lat A Pioe at. Q. Tooa. Pr.
Martin, K. A Co, wholeaale dealer in wine k
Liquors. 0. S. N. Co's Block and Saa Fran.
Meier A Scbmeer, 111 Front it.,
and Retail Confectioners.
Miller, John B., 03 First al. Watebmaker
and Jeweler, offers to the poblio a fine aa.
eortmsat of Watches, Clneka aad Jewelry.
M cellar A Co., Front, near C at., dealer io
native and foreign Wipti.Llgaora A Cigars
Nortbrup, A Thompaoa.IIardware, Iron, Steel,
Hobs, Spoke, Hardwood Lumber, Ae.
Occidental Hotel, cor. Firat A Morrison
Smith A Conk, Proprietor.
3arrth. Watkioi A Cornell, Heal Estate Agnta
- cor. Front and Stark St.
C. H. WOODARD k CO., 101 Front Street.
J. B. PILKI.YC.TOX, 51. !.,
OCULIST & AURIST,
Office. No. 73. First S., nolmes Building,
3rd door from Ladd's Bank, treats all disease
STB, BAR, THROAT & EUNOS.
ichter, Paul, 105 First at., Importer of Ber
lin wooden oarvings, Parlor Uraaments, Ao.
T otenbaum, I. S. A Co., Tobaooonists, A Im-
, porters of Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
eipal. Tbos. Ryan. Proprietor.
Harness, Saddlery, and Saddlery Hardware.
imon, J., 56 Front at., dealer in Doors, Sash,
and Blinds, Window and Plate Glass. -
Sinsheimer, H , 1 57 First sU, Importer of Pian
os, Organs, Sheet Maic, Musioal Instrmnt
kidmore, 8. U., 123 First it., Druggist and
Apothecary. A large (took of Perfumery
and Toilet Artioles. . -
Smith A Davis, 71 Front it., wholesale drags,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A Koos, 73 First St., Picture, Flames,
Moldings, Artist's Mat'ls, Dr'wng Instr'mnts
milb, Put, Broker, WO Front St., dealer in Le-
gal Tenders, Governm'nt Bonds A Gold Dust
O TONE. II. Li., 107 Front Street.
O Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jeweler, it
appointed agent ror tbe W aituam , Elgin. K. How.
ard A Co., C. E. Jaoot. tffad the Cal. Watobes
also, for all the productions and imports of the
California Jewelry Co., San Francisco. Send for
a oircular. Watobes repaired in the very best
manner and Warranted tr give satisfaction
Merry Bros. 178 First St. Manufacturers and
I. dealers in Furniture, Bedding, Carpets, Ae.
The Clothing Store, 113 Front street. Cloteh
tng, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
muttle, H 11, 142 and 144 Front st. Dealer
JL in Wagons and Agricultural Implement;
flTlyne, D, n. w. cor Firat A Oak sts, dealer in
fine Brandies, Wiaes, English Ale A Porter
"VSTilliams A Mvers. & Central Block. Front at.
t T . Commission Msroh'nts A deal's in Prodnoa
1 1Thalley k Feebbeiiner, Attorneys A Solicit
ff or in BankrnpUsy, Offiee in th Odd
Fellowg' Tmple -,' - . . ',
Harness shop at shedd, Oregon.
Mannfartnrer of, and TValer inllAUNESS and
SADDLES. Aeood article for afair prieo, v :
. , .vsniea.
WiTH OR.WITHOUT FORCE FEED.
Wades 0fjr?ra?Aa7iesrd, c&Z?tee
AND THE JUSTLY
PEORIA PREMIUM PLOW,
So well and favorably known throughout the West and Pacific
Slope. Improved especially for the season of 1872-3, with
patent concave, steel high landside, Scotch clevis and high
standard. Sole Agents for
MITCHELL PABM WGOJST.
Mr-i .Tl '
THE niTCTrRT.T. WAGON.
K0W ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE BEST WAG0 OX THE PACIFIC COAST
Send for Descriptive Circular.
ROCK RIVER PAPER GO.
Sample and Cireo
' lan aant ft by
a. e. BoastcK,
tou sad Idaho.
THE TO DEHRIGXED HEREBY AXKOTJX
oa to the Citizens of Albany and sur
rounding country that he has Just opened ft
at Albany, at the place known as ,
John Ganter's Shop.
I shall keep oa hand and for sale
All GOODS . PERTAINING TO THIS UtiE.
. -AT THB- "
LOWEST LIVING RATES!
: Especial attention paid to :
REPAIRING FINIT TIME PIECES,
wherein an experience of many yv.'r enables
roe, I trust, to give 4 ; ; v
- PERFECT SATISFACTION -
Sold , aad
. - ' CpARLES. BGTTRQ AW?&,
All&ny, Jan.. 2K 1878. n25tf. .
gATS! OATS! :
STTU PAY THE HIOHESTT MARKET
pifii In cash for all Qats delivered at my
ROLLER BRAKE I
OF SAX FBAXCISCO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1863 !
Asset, January 1. 1872, Tr $S56,-
woo, in eoia. ,
Fifty Thousand Dollars Deposited witk
xne state i reaanrer, in Compli
ance with the laws of the
State of Oregon.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE !
Losses Fairly Adjusted
A. F. WREELER,
AGENT, ALBANY, OREGON.
GEO. F. GRANT, Manager. .
nllmS. . Portland, Oregon. ,
CONSTABLE AM GENERAL COLLECTOR,
; North Portland Precinct.
Reference by permission to th following
His Honor Philip Wassarman, Mayor of the
City of Portland; Hon. Eugena Sample; Ir. J.
A. Chapman; Ir. J. C. Hawthorne; Dr. I. A.
Davenport; I. S. Rosenbaum A Co.; Knapp,
Burrell A Co.; E. J. Jeffries; Clarke, Hender
son A Cook; 6. G. Skid more,; E. Martin k Co;
A. B. Richardson A Co.; Millard A Vanscnyver.
OFFICE 25 Washington
First and Second.
OH, YES !
TRE BAY TEAM STILL LIVES !
AND IS RUNNING ON TIME!
nPHANKFUIi FOR PAST FAVORS, AND
JL stilt ikiHMi of coiitinutmr to meet the
e, tM drop:
thje araprietor is always ready and easily
found at all times.
Passengers and haggaga
i anv tii
earned to and from the ears to an;
ian oi lusv
A. N. ARNOLD,
CAROTHERS A CO'S "PILE PILL
OINTMENT" have w beeome one of
th standard preparations of the, -day; j pre
pared and recommended for rile o'y (whet boa
earonii1 or recent). 8a flerora asay 4cpead upon
it, Wat this remedy will give' thorn permanent
relief fff this troublesoma and damaging eom-plaiet.-
. .i v ;' ' r "
. Sect po5.psJ Ho any address (within the Uni
ted States tpon'reeeipt of priee, $1.59;
- A. 'CAROTHERS A CO.,;:."
Zs and poultry;, 4 '
"piSttl. ' '-' ' " ' . : " '
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