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Lis.- Cot sty Teachehs' Isstitcte. The
seventh seiui-annuaL,sassion of this boily will be
lie! J at Brownsville, commencing the 24th of De
cember next. Various branches will be intro
duced tiiid intelligently discussed, and interesting
lectures, mi educational topics, delivered. Teach
ers generally, and all others interested in educa
ti h, rh.mld attend. For programme oT j-rvated-in''S
oo t.irJ iu another column.
Ds'Eiuto !'rr.Ni:u tj Tin: ;u.rxr. A Cro
occurrc 1 on Tuo?d tv r:i -l-.t, iu this citv, 1 v wUi'-li
the d.i JHns of Mr. Win. Colwc'I, on tha con ti V-i Ai xirri. Sketch. Mr. J. M. Curley cxhib
f Third and V'ashi::gtt n streets, was i-ntirrly ! i:ed io ixi, o:i last d-itarday, a sketch which be
di.'str--iye-l. The ;i".riii of firo was give". abVat j lui just ci;ii:pkud, of block two, the property of
tea o'i IdlI; nti:.jhi, n!:ca a Luajor'.t y of our citT- i llu.iek &. Mycr. it is drawn in colors, and is
z-ns vtvrc in be 1, an I it w:is s Mii-iim.' tefrj t!:e : really a well executed work. Mr. Curley un
alarm became g.-ncral, so that the great body of ' doubtcdly peSHCiS-jS taljr? as a "drawiit."
our citizens tun no: .-truve i n j scene ot ca
flajran ju in timo to render nnv efi'cctive aid.
O'JAurz Specimens. We were shown
. AVe believe that a few housohedd njti.lcv-, iu the
ljwtr r.i. ui, w-e savd ; bu: the w. .ivn j a;a
rel, furnitur.', etc., iu il.o unmir rwms, w-YNiuadu
'a clean sweep of by tue fury clement. Fortun
ately for our city, the building was is.!u.:cd, it
hciu the lull length of a lot from any o her t n-
sj-.coinicns of what appeared to be very
rich tiolJ and silver bearing quartz, a
fj'.v d:;vs' tiuce, taken from ledge3 just
eii.-ceivcicJ by 31 r. J. D. Post. One
i.ieee, about tho size of a black walnut,
ement. there was scarcely any wine!, aud a con- , ..a;ive wjth gold, and if the ?peci
ti.moas falling of "inist" kept every fault; euunyi. i , ., . , .
7. ., , , , i men exhibited to us was a lair average
liad t been otherwise, we ungut have been cabed ! . ,
ujiwr-yJa mow disastrous, ;beeau-o mao j of the reck, the lucky discoverer is the
e.v.easiveoutia-r.itijn. uho dwci:;.ug was a ' possessor of untold wealth. Another
neat two-story frame, fluiewt new, lid.i.uisa.l, j s.,cci,UeU WOS rich in both Silver and
and' in th- destruettou of it Mr. Col well has lost t r i j
, ,, , ' i:o!d, aiid, jlr. l ust informed us, assayed
the ltibor ot years, as tt was all tU'j property he ; e ' ' ' J
P siJsseJ, and that uninsured." Mr. clw:iu au j per ton. The specimens were taken
Wdustri u--, sob.r, good citizen, an oi-iam.:it t j froiu two different ledges, discovered by
a:.y cotamuur.y where vuttic is resp--ted, and we ; 3jr joit s,jmo days Since in the coast
hope that our eilizeUt.wUl jropjAd liberally to the
range, a short distance west of Roseburg.
build, so that Lis f..m.ly mar bavj a rjof to hd- i The ledges are about fifteen miles apart
t.r them from the dreary winter's rain. A suli-
erMHion paper i; beiug eiieitlate l, and we kn v
that - deserving ehaiiih s are never Scrft- away
Oinpty handed by our j e pb'.
XScfiirc i leaving t'u s subject, we will hazard the
assjt'tiun, that h jwever diviOed tUe opinion here
tofore, oil present on
I Mr. lst inlbrincd us that the most of
; his leisure timo for the past six years had
: been devoted to "prospecting"' for one of
I these loJges. We hope they lita" prove
; even richer than his most sanguine ex-
jfore, all present on Tuesday uigbt were in favor pect:ltiot!3 would lead hilt) to believe, as
' the purchase by the city of a fire engine. It : , -, ,
1 , 1 J , ,. , we like to see energy and perseverance,
.i nss'rttl bv rjr. o:;s on the ;i rouuu iu tae cai ! v i J .
part of the fire that, if there bad bica an engine ' in .discovering and developing the min
obtainable at that time, t'u m.i'iu building could , eral resources of our State, well rewarded.
h ive been savel eattr ; th.it U we ha 1 had even ! ,
a htS aa.l li l.ler comprty, th kitchen aulf TlIE ALBANY EOISLATUaE. On
wojI- hjd might have b.'.:i torn away an 1 tie : last Saturday evening was perfected the
mihi bui'lir.g saved, u w.-ver thbj.'m-.iy le. orni2atioa of the 'Albany Legislature."
evcrv ons uid'st acUnowled.e, afeer tl.e experience .. ... , r e
. . , . , ,..(-' i . , , l rThts institution can be made quite a teat-
of I ue.s lay night, ttiat al er a t.rj has t.aee ob- l
" taiaed the" least he-adw.y, th -re is at preset n , j ure for the winter, and we hope that
effeeiive means, not etci a b-. ' -t company, i:i j citizens generally Will enroll their ntltlfeS
existence in this city ;o stop Us Vr.;s. Uaw 1 aj ni0,t,ers, and take art active part in
long are we to remain ia th:s ucte nee.ess condi- : . , , ,
.. ,- T . , . , .. ;,. .. . . , ,: , , i letriIatin lor the"rood ot the whole
tloo .' It is high time our ei.'..euj v.e e mui iig , o
in the matter.. If a tire.enjri.ie is deemed to:, ex- j people." OUIC Very spicy debate? were
pen ive, let us have t;.Vu. and hooks and bid- ; haj u last Saturday eveuing, but as we
kdefs; then we shall have someihiag to work with j .Vlrft nvniostnd not to -ive a" full renort.
l o . r '
, y . , j W (I lil i.UJ Ot.uti- blAtAV I . Mill VV-ld LI1UUIJ-
cates, it is to be a legislative body ; that
it case of au oeeuri'cm e simitar to Xues lay night.
r. W. Sj-isk & Co. The st x k of stoves, j five cents to become a member of ;the
etc., owne'd by our lately dceas.d to .vnsm.tu, M. j honorable body; that as it's name indi-
w . jiae'S, tias been pureuasca y -t - s-rs. i . .
S-.!V nn.l ' f.n.:W tr n,l.r . firm-
name of P. V. etpinlc & Co.. will continue tht j U ,uc t at tl,e Dtriet School house
.business at the old stand! Tbe'.r stock of goods every Saturday evening, and that by res
U being greatly enlarge 1, Mr. P. being at present olutiou the ladies are invited to lend the
below making large al li'-wn il pnrelias: 3, and
they will have the complete t and largest ;:-.ovt-mon;ot
.s! iv s, tia, cuppvr and iroa" ware, lead
an 1 iron pipe, ete.. ever br ught t this city,
from whieh old and an 1 new cu.-toiuers arji:ivi;e l
''charm of their presence to heighten the
brilliancy of tho occasion." Several mem
bjrs gave notice that they would intro
duce bills for the consideration of the
o : i-u- , g te on jj, (Saturday) evening. Let
tck of:;,., i. ! . . .. v . y
Li:t"5 IJuokkn. Master Willie Tfeb-
tin ware on hand to the t"ade. Both gen j there Lc' a full a ttendan.ee.
tletm n are well and favi.r.i' ly known as pte-ses- j
in ' firsela-s b:,--li:e-jS oitalilieatiotid. are nun of!
sieiiing i-jtegrity, and Jeseirt e, and will receive, j ber, SOU of Jos.' Webber. Esq., a lad of
the patronage of u large p -rti .u of ilu citizens of j some eight ycar3'of age, on Wednesday
I-i::n and 3::r
l:ng couut.e. Ivea-.l ilic;r?,.l- ! fi.M .,.,,1 l,.,t. 1,: T bt.-nn
' i . i i . iu uiiu , 1 u it i j i . , v o tyv. ,,e. t.i
v, rti-einent i t.n issue, au-1 t ten call a:ut ts-
I.hcat. Xoticf.s. Ancnti'.a is callcl to tho
a Iv jrtieai :aS of L. G 'd e.n, Asigne in IJa :k-
the c- t:i:e of J
L.ivi, bankrupt, ara notiaad that iainent nvus;
be made; ia Albany, at the ojlice of Powell &
Fiinn, on or before thelf tljof Ie-ember nest,
or suit will be brongbt-against tiicni.
All perions having claims against the estate of
J. II. Lines, dei'd, arc nothled to present them,
within fix tnnr:ths from the2lst iXov., 1SCS, duly
. verified, to Martha M. Lines, administratrix of
Said e-tate, at her residence.
The exe-ntors of the estate of M. AV. Mck,
defeased. David Froman and Fraueis L. Mack,
give notice to all having claims iig:iin.t the sai l
estate to present 'the same withia six months
from Xot. 2!si, 1S03, ta them in Albany, for set
The creditors of the estate of; Robert ZueU de
ceased, are notliied by the executors, Walter
" Monteith and S.imue.1 II. Aitliaiioe, to present
their claim:-, with proper voucher?, within six
months from the .'!d of November, 1S63, to said
executors, at Albany, Oregon.
Seliixg at Cost. Messrs. Parrish A Co. ad
vertise in our e lumus that they will sell goods at
cost to clofc out hn.-iriesss, and you can bet
your bottom dollar " Ibey will do just what they
say they will. Tttj have a large stock of dry
goods, clothing, etc., and it behooves every
body who need anything Hhey bavo f.tr sale, to
buy while goods are g iug at siieb low figures.
Another feature ia theis adrjrtissment it wou'd
be well to notice, and that is, the fact that they
desire all those owing them to "fork over" the
" sea-1?." They actually finel that they cannot
sell goods on loug credits and make the lusincss
lucrative thev must collect occasionally. Well,
you -onldnt find a more deserving Crm, or more
accommodating gentlemen to j deal with, than
W. W. Parrish t Co. Now that's so.
the knee and thigh. Dr. Rice was called
in, and attended to the immediate wants
of the little sufferer, and from him wc
learn that Tits patient is doing well; and
with the faithful nursing aud attention
th.it he receives, will soon be all right
Tcrsixg. If you are going to -'set up house
keeping," of coursa you need chairs, on 1 if it
really baprjens that you want a good chair, at
reasonable figures, we advise yon to look at John
SI. Sletzler's stock, at his shop i oa First street,
jiear Magnolia mills. He nukes a strong, neat,
durable chair, the kind to commence with. Then
Kr. M. Slakes a splendid spinning wheel, a reg
ular "twister"' aud no mistako j aud besides all
this, he is "nearly lightning on turning ieter3
out of wood or iron that's so. i You "jest orter
see" that turning-lathe work it makes shavings
of a sawlogin less than a "jiffy." Drop into his
shop soon, buy a cfozen or so of chairs, and see
that lathe chaw up wood. It beats all. :
Dextistry. Dr. Geo. W. Gray expects to be
absent from his office iu this city the first two
or three weeks of December, 1868, on professional
business ia the towns of Peoria and llarrisburg,
topping in each place a few: days only. All
persons living in the vicinity of tho above named
places, wishing first class dental operations, will
do well to give him a call soon after hia. arrival,
as business at his office compalls him te' hurry
host again. '
Fire Engine. We are iuformed by
competent authority, that', a good fire
enuino, with hose carriasre and hose com
plete, can be had for the sum of 81,500.
We are assured by the same authority
that if an engine had been on hand
Tuesday night when he arrived there,
the nrain building could have been saved
aud the saving of this building would
have paid for the engine. Several citi
zens have offered to dig fire cisterns, at
their own expense, provided the city will
purchase an engine. What say our peo
ple 1 As wc understand it, an engine
cop. be obtained aud the city can pay for
tlie sanie in two or more yoars in fact,
on it3 own term'3 as to the time the
payments ohall be (made. At preseut
we are perfectly defenceless, can do noth
ing in case of fire but look on and let it
Gone East. The last ocean steamer
that left Portland for San Francisco,
carried as a passenger, Rev. Win. Mon
teith. We believe it is the intention of
this gentleman to take up a permanent
residence in the East, lie has the best
wishes of many admirers and warm
friends in Albany, for his future welfare
Special Term. Judge Boise will
hold a special term of Circuit Court for
this county, commencing on December
12th. 1868, for the purpose of hearing
the cause ot Lyman W. Pomeroy, charged
with causing the death of hia wife by
poison, some nine years ago.
Favors. S. J. McCorruick, of the
Franklin Book Store, Portfaad, will 'ac
cept our thanks for favors-. McCormick's
is the place to procure articled for Christ
mas and New Years presents. -
Church Services. Rev. E. R.
Geary will hold divine service in the
Congregational Church on to-morrow,
(Sabbath) morning and even jug. . ,
Received.- "Thoughts ia atone and
eolitHde" 'will receive due attention.
Personal. John Monteithj Esq.,
arrived home from Portland on the
steamer, Friday. Saya thelrial of Ran
dall, postmaster of that city, was the all
engrossing topic of conversation during
hia stay. I
Arrived. Steamer Success arrived
here Friday morning. Willamette rising.
ALBANY KUTA1L MARKET.
Albany, November 28, 18C8.
Wheat, white, 3 bushel 55
Oats. bushel....... 3a
Potat -es. bushel 50
Onions, bushel I 25
Flour, 33 barrel $4 505 00
Butter, lb. 37i
Ergs, 33 dozen 3a
Chickens, W d sen $2 503 00
Peaches, dried, tb la20
Soap, 3a lb a - 5(c5i
Salt, Los Angclos, i lb 2
Syrup, "fl gallon $1 12J1 25
Ten, Young llyson R
Sugar, crushed, tjfl Xb
" Sea '
" Island, "
Coffee, i lb
Rice, China. i tb
Dried plums, f lb
Dried apples, fi tb
Dried currants, lb
Bacon, bams, & lb '.
" sides, "
" shoulders, lb
Lard, in can., ft ,
Beans. 3 ' lb
Devoes' Kerosene oil, gallon...
Turpentine, i gallon ,
Linseed oil, boiled, tj gallon.......
White lead, kejr
Powder, rifle. fl lb
Xails, cut, lb
Domestic, brown. f yard
Hickory, striped, fi yard
Bed ticking, per yurd
Blue drilling, 3 yard ,
Flannels, "fl yard
Prints, fa t colors, yard
Pork. rA tb
Bee", on foot, lb
$1 25 1 50
$1 621 1 75
$t 00 4 25
$1 00 1 50
By telegraph we have New York quo
tations as follows :
Wheat' Dull and nominal, at 2 30
Flour Quiet but steady, quoting at
S7 5U(W11; uew 12 75(13.
Liverpool wheat was 12s i!d.
San Francisco quotations are as fol
Flour Sales of Oregon extra at S5 75.
We quote Oregon brands of extra at
50 505 75; for local mills the prices
are i3 follows : superfine in sks per 190
lbs, So 75(tG.
Wheat Desirable lots for shipping are
quoted firm at SI 751 89; leading
shippers refuse to pay over 1 751 80
for best samples.
Barley Market very quiet at S2
2 10 for feed, and $2 10(at2 15, choice
Oats Nominal quotations for Califor
nia are SI G01 'JO, and for Oregon
NEW AD V KKT1SKM ENTS.
THE UXDF.RSItiNED takes this method of
informing tho citizens cf Albany - that she
w ill open a
for the reception of small scholars, at her resi
dence on the north-west corner of Second and
Calapooia streets, on Monday, November 23d,
1S6S. KATE CAltOTUERS.
Albany, Nov. 21, lSCS-lltf
PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS!
riIIE undersigned gives notice to the general
1 public, that be is now manufacturing tho '
Galcsburg Patent Plow !
and any other style of plow that may be ordered,
Also, particular attention paid to
Horse Shoeing. Wagon and Carriage
and General Jobbine.
All work entrusted to me will receive prompt
attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with good material. A share of public
patronage is solicited.
My shop at present is on Ferry street.
Albany, November 21, 1868-11
J. II. IlIOIMwAilPS
ALBANY TO BHOWNSTIUE,
via Boston Mills, connecting with Tuesday's and
Leaves Pacific Hotel, Albany, at 7 A. M., every
Monday, Wednesday and Fridav ; leaves Baird's
Hotel, Brownsville, at 7 A. M., on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. ,
Tbrourh the Winter, will run twice a week,
leaving Albany Tuesdays and Fridays. After
the 1st of May, will run tn-week!y till Siorember.
Passenger and Freight Rates.
In the summer, 50 cents per hundred for freight;
in winter; $W Passengers will be charged $2
each, summer and winter, and allowed 30 pounds
of baggage each ; for all over that amount an ex
tra charge will be made.
N. B. I also carry an Express office at J.
Barrows fc.Co.'s, Albany ; Kirk & Lewis', North
Brownsville ; Sanders, Sternberg A Co., South
I am not allowed to carry letters that., do not
have my envelope. '
I respectfully solicit a share of patronage, and
will try and accommodate all to the best of my
ability. ....... J. B. MORGAN, Prop'r.
i Albany; Nov. 21, 1 868-1 Hf
. ' ;
Manufacturer and Dealer
in all kinds of
FURNITURE & CABINET WARE,
Under tho "States Bights Democrat" ogee,
Over a seventh part of the State of
Mississippi is advertsed for sale under ex
NEV ADVERTISEMENTS. 7
t. SENDERS. V. fSTERNBEIta. J. M.BISCHSEB.
SENDERS, STERNBERG & CO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS
First street, in J. B. Monteith's Brick Building,
THE ABOVE NEW FIRM TAKES PLEAS
URE in informing the citizens of Linn
county that they have just opened a well selected
stock of ' n
FANCY DRY GOODS !
BOOTS AND SHOES !
and a full assortment of ,
General Merchandise !
Which they will dispose of for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE I
FAIR LIVINO RATES!
We respectfully ask the public to
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND
Before purchasing elsewhere, and wo assure all
that we will give
Entire Satisfaction to Prompt Customers
We have a Branch House, long established, at
where we keep a large and well selected stock of
Albany, Nov. 14, 1863-10
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING nER
numerous patrons that she has on hand, and
is in regular receipt of the "
Latest and Choicest Styles of Goods
' 1.1 THE
Cllxxox3r Lino !
REIIEBKR, LAMES !
If you purchase
TEN BOXXARS' WORTH
of Fall Millinery you will bo entitled to tho
for the year ISC', as a premium on the purchase !
Bress and Cloak Making-
in all branches.
Bleaching1 and Pressing:
' in the latest and best manner.
Goods Cheap and Patience Inexhaustible
Corner Main and Broad Albin streets,
; "November 7, 1S6S-9
FI&ST STREET. i
i ALB AFT.
C. ME A LEY & CO.,
DEALERS TN A MANUFACTURERS OF
CABINET WARE !
Corner First and Broad Albin streets,
ALBANY, O REG OX.
JB3f PARTICULAR ATTESTI02C PAID TO
ORDERS OF AU KINDS!
in our line.
October 31, 180S-8
i. BARROWS. '
I,. E. BI.AHT. 8. E. YOUSC.
J. BARROWS & CO.,
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
Fresh Supplies of
. DIRECT FROM
which they will sell
CHBAP FOR READY PAY!
THEY ALSO DO A
General Commission Business!
BOUGHT AIMS SOLD !
Albany, Oct. 24, '68-7.
ALBANY ADVERTISEMENTS ,
WINTER, HAVING PURCHASED
formerly belonging to A. B. Paxton, ia prepared
from "Cartel de Yititt" np to life size. Also.
AMBROTYPES & "SUN PEARLS1"
Any person who has had card pictures made
here since the Gallery burned down (1863) can
get pictures from the negatives at the rate of
three dollars per dozen.
Having had eight years' experience in the bus
iness, I believe that I can insure to give satisfac
tion.. J. A. WINTER.
Albany, Sept. 19, lSCS-2tf .
Good Pictures I
MADE IN CLOUDY WEATHER I
, J. A. WINTER.
Oct 31, 1868-8tfV
GEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
(Suscessor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrish's New Building, First Street,
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
: All articles warranted pure and of the best
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany, Oct. 17, 18G8-6tf
PER LAST STEAMER,
A VERY LARGE STOCK
Albany, October 17. 18CS-6
EGGS WANTED At It. Cheadle's Cash
Store, fur which 30 cents per dozen will be
paid. It. CI1EADLE.
Albany, Oct. 17, 'G8-6
BUTTER WANTED in exchange for goods,
at 30 cents per pound, at K. -Cheadle's
Cush Store. 11. CI1EADLE.
Albany, Oct. 17. '68-6
G OODS SOLD AT THE LOWEST llATES
iu exchange fox good butter and fresh eggs,
liring on your produce and take away the goods.
Albany, Oct. 17, '63-6 R. CHEADLE.
- E. F. RUSSELL,
ATTOttN-ET AT 1.AW.
S. B. Clangbtpn,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT, Office in the Post Office building,
Will attend to making Teeds siaotier oonvey.
saets, also to th prompt eol(e490 of debts ea
trailed to TAyvarec 1
RUSSELL & ELKINS,
(Office in Parrish A Co.'s block, First street,)
HAVING TAKEN INTO CO-PARTNERSHIP
James Elki.vs, Esq., ex-Clerk of
Linn county, we are enabled to add to our prac
tice of Law and Collections, superior facilities for
Conveyancing, Examining Records,
and attending to Probate business.
Deeds, Bonds, Contracts andv Mortgages care
fully drawn. ,
Homestead aud Pre-emption Papers
made, and claims secured.
Sales of Real Estate negotiated, and loans
effected on collateral securities on reasonable
All business entrusted to them faithfully and
RUSSELL A ELKINS.
Albany, Oct. 10, '68-5y
Estat6 of Wm. II. Allen, deccated.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned administrator of the above
named Estate, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against said dee'd, to exhibit the
same,fw.ith neatssary Vouchers, within one year
from this Notice, to the undersigned, through
Messrs. Russell A Elkins, at Albany, Linn co.,
Oregon. SAMUEL ALLEN.
Oct. 10. 1868 4w.
Real Instate for Sale !
THOSE WnO DESIRE TO PURCHASE A
good Lathed and Plastered
- New frame Dwelling' House,
two stories in bight, kitchen and wood-shed at
tached, with private barn, well situated in tho
city of Albany, will do well to call, without delay,
on RUSSELL & ELKINS,
Albany, Oct. 17, '6S-fi Real Estate Agts. ,
ALBANY, t f I OREGON.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTTtLLT
informs the publie that his Hosts
just bee: finished.
for the accommodation of all who ma farsr kifll
with their patronage.
is entirely new in every department, and li
of the latest and most approred styles.
will always be supplied with the best the market
affords, and no pains will be spared
fur the comfort and conven
ience of his gncstt.
Persons arriving by boats accommodated at all
hours, day or night.
Suits of rooms and superior accommodations
A long experience in the business warrants the
proprietor in promising satisfaction to all whe
may favor him with their patronage, if it can be
dune by bountifully supplied tables, pleasant
rooms, cleanly beds and assiduous attentions te
their wants. J. B. SPRENGER.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Cash assets $7,000,000 00
Cash distributions of 1867 626,5113 65
Total suiplus dividend 2,727,573 65
Losses paid in 1807 381,600 00
Total losses paid 2,796,100 00
Income for 1S67 i 2,203,808 00
No extra charge for traveling to and from the
Atlantic States, Europe, Oregon, or the Sandwich.
All Policies non-forfeiting, and governed by the
non-forfeiting law of Massachusetts,
Policy holders the only persons who receive divU
de ds in this Company, which are declared
and paid annually ; first dividend avail
j able at tbe payment of the second
1 annual premiums. AU Polioies
remain in force as' long at
there is any surrender
A"0 FORFEITURES t
This old and popular Company, (the oldest Mu
tual Life Insurance Company in this
country) insures at the low.
est possible rates.
The stability of this Company, with its past his
tory, increasing capital and busiucss, aud tbe sat
isfactory manner in which it has discharged its
obligations in the past, are guaran eel for the
future such as fur-sccing and careful men require
in their investments. !
Persons generally, who thoroughly Understand
tbe workings of Life Insurance, are anxious to
avail themselves of its equitable provisions.
Full information will be girea to those who
desire, at the Ageacy. l
Home Office, 39 State Street, Boston
Pacific Branch Offices,
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HAVE RECEIVED FROM SAN FRAN-"
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Consisting of the following lines of Goods I
Gents' Fine Sewed Boots,
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Boys and Children's Boots,
Ladies and Misses Boots.
Kid Congress Gaiters, . ., ,
And Children's Gaiters
Rubber Over-Shoes, and
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On short notice ; and with neatness and dispatch
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F. OT. Wadsworth, .
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