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believed he poisoned bis wiTe; this is from the
development of evidenco I iave understood two or
three months back. I did hot hunt up testimony,
though I hare talked with j a good many on the
subject. My first intimation as to this case being
brought up, I was sent for by John, Daniel and
" Joab Powell, Jr., to meet them at Scio and take
the matter inte cunsidrii:i.n, to see if there was
sufficient evidence to brinjthe matter before the
grand jury. I have given !f25 towards the prwe
cution of the case, aud wul!give $25 mora it' nec
essary to carry out justice in the uintivr. My
wife is sister to his first anil present wife.
Drs. Rice. Tat. Alf.x istER and Hill wora
severally called, whose evidence corroborated in
about the following facts: When strychniife has
been taken in quantities sufficient to produce
death, the first effect is a trembling and twitching
of the muscles, with a feeling of constriction about
the chest ; anxious expression of countonanre ;
rigidity of muscles generally, re-u'.tin-; in t.-tanic
convulsions, in whieh the bead is drawn back
ward, which usually very isoon ends in death.
The amount required to destroy lifo varies from
half m grain to several grains much depends upon
. the purity of the drug. ' It psually produces death
very speedily when given! in any considerable
quantity, often within half an hour or less. The
mind is not affected by stupor as in other forms of
convulsions, and that tho drug is exceedingly
bitter and not liable to produce death by inhala
tion. That it is nut common lor women in preg
nancy to die suddenly. Women i;i her condition
sometimes die suddenly from disease of tho heart.
rain or puerperal convulsions, etc. These are
exceptional cases, and are sot common ; arc most
generally preceded by premonitory symptoms.
In poisoning from strychnine. the muscles usually
remain rigid for some hoars after death, though
not always. Those cases where relaxation takes
place, either just before or at death, are excep
tions to the general rule, but docs some times oc
cur. . ,..'. -
FOR Till , DEFENSE.
A. J. Mille sworn: I passed by Pomoroy's
houio the evening his wife died in I8i9, at about
dusk, on my way to the church spoken of. and
observed Pomeroy. through his window rocking
his child and the wife at the table doing some
thing. I was at the church but a short time when
I heard Pomcroy hollow, outride, something like,
"father and mother." I went out to him at the
steps and asked him what was tho matter. He
aid, I think, my wife is tick and I am afraid she
is dying, lie asked me if I had a horse, and
wanted me to come quick. When I went into his
house Johnny Beeler cams out with the child and
be was crying ; 1 went to Mrs. Pomeroy's bed
side, where she seemed to be laying on her right
side, with he. bead recliuing on her right breast,
Iter cheeks were flushei ; she said, I am cramping
and burning np, and asked me to take her by the
band ; I did so the asked her husbaud to take
off her stockings, and said, don't bear on me I
am burning up ; then she seemed to grip my hand
a little. Pomeroy said, "some one go for the
doctor." I said I would go. and he said", "yo
quick." As I went out I met uncle jjoab going
in, and I went to Scio for the doctor, and when I
came back she was dead. Johnny Beeler was
there before me perhaps half a minute.
Crocs Ex. I was about 27 years old. I under
stood" Pomeroy to say at the church that he was
afraid she was poisoced. : Did not sea Johny
Beeler in the house after he took the child out,
but he might have been. I have not agreed with
thirty others to aid in tho defence, and don't know
of any combination to clear prisoner.
Thomas Locdox sworn: I was at the church
when Pomeroy came in a hurry and I heard himj
call out mat ms wito was very sick ; mat nis wile
was poisoned. I went down to his house and
there found his wife lying on the bed on her back
with her head thrown backward, and appearing
very sick. I had bc-n there about 15 or -0 inm
ates when some one suggested camphor as a rem
edy, which was brought in a black bottle ; then
some one raised her head and administered the
camphor. Immediately after it was given she
. screamed and instantly expired. Pomcroy was
kneeling at the bed-side, and when the assertion
was made that she was dead he sank down. lie
was taken to bed and some lard given him from
a tumbler, lie afterward aroused np and asked
for his wife, and was told she was dead, and was
assised back to where she lay ; he then sank
down and was carried to his room again. Dr.
Unckles arrived in the meantime and inquired
after the sick. I and others went with Lira to the
bed-side of the deceased, lie examined her face,
moving her hacd freely, which did not seem to
r.-sist any slight effort. Mr. Beeler, father of de
ceased, asked him bis opinion as to whether she
was poisoned, lne doctor said tnat no could not
demonstrate the fact fully without subjecting the
body to a post mortem examination, when Mr.
Beeler observed that be dil not wish that to be
done. The doctor after fully examining the
cae, taking into consideration the apparent
symptoms and manifestations in her death, ex
pressed the opinion that she died from congestion
of the brain. I did not observe anything unusual
la the appearance of the corpse.
Cross Ex. The doctor arrived between 2 and
3 o'clock in the night, lie went to see Mrs. Beeler
first, who bad been cramping. Can't say whether
Rev. Joab Powell was at the bed at the time I was
or not. . Did not pay particular attention as to
who were present. It was not a loud scream.
think I am correct as to the doctor s expression.
I nave talked bnt very little with witnesses as to
the points I could swear to perhaps to one or
two. I don't know of any arrangement to raise
means to defend the prisoner.
Mrs.. n illis Uaixs sworn : x saw the corpse
at the house, and don't recollect that there was
anything strange in its appearance ? having seen
a number of. dead persons, tnougn never saw a
person die from strychnine. She was laid out be
fore I rot there.
Johx Clklaud sworn : I was at church when
Pomeroy eame, and thought he said his wife was
sick and he was afraid she was poisoned. Was
at the bed-side of Mrs. Pomeroy in ber last illness.
There were i or C persons present, of whom were
Uncle Joab, Pomeroy and Barbary Powell, she
.holding the candle. I heard Mrs. Pomeroy say
something to Mr. Powcul about he being the old
est in the bouse. Air. Wiles was the person
who said camphor would bo good to kill strych
nine. It was brought and either Mr. Powell or
Barbary raised her head and gave it to her. She
made a struggle and expired. - She threw her
hands out like as if to say don't touch me. She
told Pomeroy she was in misery. I went to Scio
to order the coffin. - !
Cross Ex. Don't think I am . mistaken as to
what he said at the church. I got to the house
after Jack Miller some time. Saw Loudon in the
bouse. She rather hollowed out like when she
took the camphor. Heard Pomeroy say he wanted
some one to go after the doctor. Aimer said be
would go. Uncle Joab was at her bed-side. ,
. L. Obimes sworn t I saw the body: noth
inr unusual in appearance although the face
looked rather dark. Pomeroy and child were
taken to Mr. Heeler's, and he told me he was well
treated bv the family. I beard Mr. Beeler tell
PomerOT he would take the child home and for
iiim to break no house keeping and come and
make his bouse his home. ' '
Cross Ex. Pomeroy did not stay there much
Be worked at Scio. After Mr. Beeler mistrusted
Poameroy was going to marry the girl, then there
was eonsiderable taut scout ine poisoning, x
lSvit nitir br. i
W. Cai-ataw sworn t In the early part of No
vember last I had a conversation with Benjamin
F. Carter about this ease, in which I asked him
V they intended to hang Pomeroy. He said no,
they intended to send him to the penitentiary
I told him if I was Pomeroy -I
would clear myself of the charge, and when I got
Jiome I'd him (Ben. Carter) hunt hw hole.
Wm, M. Smith, sworn : a uu-" T
jToab at my bouse to say, that he never believed
Pomeroy poisoned nis who. .
Cro E. Yesr he said he always tried not to
believe he had poisoned ber. i '
. Ucl Joa took the stand to explain "that
when I was on the way tothe grand jury as a
witness, I told Smith that I bad no reason to ac
cuse Pomeroy of so base erim poisoning bis
wife. I deny saying that I did not erer believe
be poisoned her. : - i "
Mr. Cracs sworn Ha s!d that as to the
charge made on this trial that he and thirty oth
ers wsre combined to aid Pomeroy in his acqnit
tal, it was not true otherwise than that they used
their influence in petitioning the Judge for a
special term of Court to try the ease, and know
ing that the State bad lien on all of Pomeroy's
property, he was left without means to procure
counsel, and from that reason he stood only
pledged to Mr. Cranor for his fees in this defense.
The defense eleeed after formidable attempt
te impeach the truthfulness of witness sworn in
behalf of the State, not however until the State
bed sailed to the support Uncle Joabj who round
ed off this extended trial, enlivening tho tedium
in bis own rustic yet inimitable sfyle, as follows;:
il have known th witness a long time, and be
lievo him to be a man of good character, and I
would believe him on oath. . f
'". Crust Ex. Mr. Powell who did youhear speak
of him as of good character ?
Well, don't know exactly. I heard myself say
so just now. Laughter. I am ashamed to hear
to many Baptists say they would n t believe him
on oath. The Democrats don't like him, I know.;
because ho is a Republican ; yet I never heard
Ms c haracter inquired iuto so much before. ! i
This last from Joab was too much ; the Court,
jury, witnesses and spectators were "convulsed"
with laughter -at the keenness of tie uuiut ntiuual
hit and the evidence closed, j f
Saturday; decemuek ioTi,
San Francisco Legal Tender rates..
New York Gold quotations
ItErOUT OF THE PoMEROY TlUAL.-
As this case has excited no little interest
throughout the county, aTull report of
the testimony produced on the trial was
demanded. To attaiu this object, we se
cured the services of James . ElkinsJ
Esq., who has succeeded in getting a very
faithful and complete report of all the
important evidence brought out in the
case, whieh we present to our roadera this
morn it);?. - -
1 ROTH ACTED MEETINGS. We are
requested to state that meetings will be
held every night in the M. E. Church of
this city, commencing on to-morrow:
(Sabbath) evening, during the holidays.
Rev. II. C. Jenkins, pastor, expects min
istcrial aid during the progress of the
Christmas Ball. Through polite
ness of tho managers we have received
"a invite" to the Christmas night ball
The names of the gentlemen connected
with the ball as managers, is sufficient
guarantee of its respectability, and of its'
success. The umsic will be first-class,the
supper a chef d'leuvre in the culinary
art, and nothing will prevent those who
attend from enjoying themselves at the
top of their bent. Boys, commence prac
ticing your one. two, three !
Ladies Festival. Next Thursday
night the ladies of the United Presbyte
rian Church give a Festival, the proceeds
of whieh is to be applied to refurnishing
and refitting their church. The object
is a commendable one, the time propitious,
the ladies having the matter in charge
understand the business to a T-y-ty, and
the complete success ot the f estival is a
foregone conclusion. Everybody's going.
See advertisement in another column.
IIed Apples. ror the present ot a
sack of Red Apples, we are under
thousand obligations to Judge Frum, of
Sandridge. The judge is a genial gen
tlenian, and in his large heartedness would
like to fcc everybody happy and jolly,
TVe like to know such men, for they re
new our faith in humanity. May he
rive to a ripe old age, and like the apples
he brought us, without a spot or blem
ish on his r,ood name.
TnE Money Must Come. You will
see by attention, that the late firm of
Settlemeir & Co. make mention, that
money that is their due, must be paid or
else they'll sue. Those owing fhem will
act the wiser part, by paying, save-cost?,
and have a lighter heart. Read their ad.
in this morning's issue go pay your bill
and your credit renew !
Brownsville, Dec. 7th, 1868.
Editor Register: Mr. Amidon in
forms me that he has advertised the next
meeting of the Linn County Teachers' In
stitate to take place on tho 24th of this
month. This is a mistake, which you
will please correct. The last meeting of
the Institute adjourned to meet at North
Brownsville on December 29th, 1868, at
10 o'clock A. M.
Teachers will please tako notice of this
fact, and be on hand, that we may have
an interesting and profitable time.
J. V. CRAWFORD.
Um! Mr. Barges brought to the
Register office, last Saturday, from the
steamer landing, a large box which, upon
opening, wo found to contain a magnifi
cent fruit cake and an all-smashing big
cake it was! On the top, sunk in the
white covering of the cake, were the
letters," Van." 'Now "somebody's" found
out our weakness for cake, and sent us
enough to last for "one while, I guess.J'
The present overcomes us with its mas
siveness, its richness we are too full for
utterance. For this kind act of generos
ity to a "poor orphan" who "ain't got no
better half" to "mend bis ways and mix
his doughs," we tender our eincerest
thanks, assuring the fair donor that not
until we are done with things of time
and sense , will memory fail to cherish
with jealous care the I pleasure afforded
by this gift. .'. -h' " 1 - - '
Returned. J. F. Backensto, Esq.,
returned to this city on Wednesday even
ing last, after an absence of some weeeks.
His many warm friends will be glad to
learn' that be is in fine' health,' and gay
as a lark. ,
U B . . I. , - si -
PuBTLiO Documents. Our thanks
are again due to Senator Corbett, for fa-
That Reply of the "Girl Next Dour."
Now that's a pretty fashion
To start in after me
'Cause I ain't on the marry, v
(Except when on a spree) I
To be called a fenther'd bird,
With eyes as white as chalk, ,
Is most terribly absurd,
And only amounts to "talk V
Whnt ! compare my cheeks to a rose,
(Just now with mildew struck) 1
And speak of my sweet "turn-up nose"
As 'though I was out of luck I
I 'spose it I'd not been boru at all
- You'd not have cared a. pin ;
Then I'd not resemble a "fishing-rod,"
And nut been fond of "gin I"
"Bean'y is but skin deep'
And is very like to blunder !
So, if '-beauty" don't like "the style,"
Why, she can eo to thunder 1
Jfy "mustache" may be as "yaller"
As old Kentucky jeans.
But that don't make rue a "feller,"
I?y any manner c means !
When writing onto a "guessing-mark,"
Please to remember this :
It's just like kUing in ho dark
Ignorance is bliss 1
No matter where or who you hir,
If you 11 keep a ' closh tura-tuin,
You'll not be accused of writing '"bit,"
And never fouud out, "by gum ! '
i I'm done my books are closed
186S its course has almost run !
Leap Itear's passed and I've no wife,
Or likelihood of oue !
I've looked my "sweetest" all the year
i In vain I've looked cross-eyed !
Xury a damsel did come nenr
And ask to bo my bride 1
'Tis well ! I'll fill my "keg"
With good old gen'rous rye,
Ami to hopes of matrimonial bliss
I'll bid a last good-bye I
But when iu a gay old "mellow tone"
I'll set me down and sing :
la my house there's no "contentious bone"
About the '"marriage ring I"
YEUDiCT.--The trial of Lyman W.
Pomeroy, which commenced on Tuesday
afternoon, Dec) 15th, 1868, was concluded
on Thursday afternoon. The evidence
was got through with on Wednesday night
about ten o'clock, and the case given to
the jury early in the afternoon of Thurs
day. The jury were out but a short time,
when they returned a verdict of "Not
, Persoxal. Charles Mealey, Esq., of
the firm of C. Mealey & Co., and one of
the new City Councilmen elect, went be
low on Thursday list, to purchase new
supplies of furniture, stock, &c, for their
large manufacturing establishment on
corner of First and Broad Albin streets
in this city. They are turning out some
splendid furniture at this establishment,
at the most favorable prices- They em
ploy first-class mechanics, as the work
executed by them Droves. Call on them,
and support home industries.'
IIuntebs Returned. Immediately
after the city election, Messrs. Walter
Ketchum, William Riley, John Althouse,
Lewis Ketchum and David Froman.
started to the mountains on a hunt. Part
of the number returned on , Wednesday,
and they reported eleven deer killed Up
to wie time they left, besides numerous
small game. The party bad a "bully
good time," as no one will doubt who arc
acquainted with the gentlemen compos
ing it. They report that not a particle
of rain fell while they were in the moun
Fire Company. At a meeting held
by the citizens of Albany some months
ago, for the purpose of organizing a fire
company, amongst other business had, a
committee was appointed to draft a con
stitution and by-laws for the government
of such company. At a- meeting held on
Tuesday night last, this committee made
the required report, and the Constitution
so reported was adopted and received the
signatures of a large number pf our most
prominent citizens.' This constitution
calls for the election of officers of the
company on the first Monday in January
of each recurring year; therefore a meet
ing will be held at tho Court! Ilouse, to
complete the organization, elect officers,
etc., on Monday evening, January 4th,
1869. Persons may become members of
the Company by signing the constitution,
which may be seen at Jos.j Webber's
shop on first street. .Two committees
were appointed on Tuesday bight one
to ascertain the cost of hooks and ladders
for temporary use by tbe company until
an engine can be procured, and tho other
to procure a suitable room for oompany
purposes. The company proposes to be
equipped and , ready (with books and
ladders) for business within three weeks
from this date. Success to the Albany
New Supplies. Mr. E. A. Freeland,
at the book store in W. W. Parrish &
Co's brick, has received a fresh install
ment of gift books, and various other
articles, especially for the holidays.
You couldn't make a neater, more desir
able or more sensible present to gentle
man or lady, master or miss, than a neatly
printed book a souvenir" that will last.
Call on Mr. F. and take 4 look at tho
Various articles suitable for presents, and
buy a nice gift for Hannah if you don't
somebody else may, and that will let you
out! : :
Resigned. We learn that Rev. Mr.
Bushnell, President of Albany College,
resigned his position,' but that the Trus
tees had not as yet accepted: it. The
cause assigned for the resignation was ill
President's Message. Following
the usual custom, we give our j readers
A. Jobuson's last annual message. In
style, matter and tone, it is about equal
to former productions from his pen. We
are sorry that custom compels us to pub
lish such inferior matter, and if our read
ers will-excuse the infliction this time, we
can safely promise to bore them no more
fosever with such a miserably weak state
Extra copies of the Register, con
taining the President's message and the
report of the Pomeroy trial, can .be had
at the office, neatly put up in wrappers,
at 12J cents each. J
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The celebrated Florence Sewing
Machines are on exhibition and for sale
at the store of J. Barrows & Co., Albany,
and are a very desirable holiday present
to a lady friend, wife or mother. Call
and see them. ! 3
j NOTICE I j
ALL persons indebted to the late firm of Settle
mior 4 Co., Albany, will please call at the
Drug Store of Hill 4 Son, and settle np: immedi
This time the money must come ! '
All open accounts on January 1st, 18P9, will bo
placed in the hands of the proper officer for col
lection. It.'C. HILL, !
G. F. SETTLEMIER.
Albany, December 19, 1868. j lotd
FESTIVAL ! i
. . AT
W. W. PARRISH & CO.'S IIALt, j
ALBANY, OREGOX. j
TnE LADIES OF THE UNITED! PRES
byterian Church will hold a FESTIVAL,!
at Me srs. Parrish St Co.'s Hall, on Christmas
Eve, Thursday evening, December 24th, 1868.
All are respectfully invited to attend.
Contributions thankfully received.
Admittance and Supper, 75 cents.
Albany, December 11, 1868.
Positively tlie .ast Call.
AT.TL. PERSONS KNOWING THEM
selves indebted to the undersigned are re
quested to come forward and make immediate
payment. All accounts not settled by the first of
January next, will be put into the bands of the
proper officer for collection. 1
W. W. PARRISH & CO.
Albany, December 5th, 108-13ml I .
T,fTY BOOKS ARE CLOSED FOR THE
.LYJL year 1868. Any persons knowing them
selves indebted to me by note or book account,
are requested to come forward and settle the same
at once, as I wish to so away and must have mv
dues. I will take produce on all accounts due
me. Come and settle. !
- Albany, Dec. 5, 1868-13ml
OFFER FOR SALE A GOOD
SPRING WAGON & HARNESS !
A SPLENDID, LARGE SIZE
A SUPERIOR LOT OF FURNITURE !
With all the necessary cooking utensils complete,
all of which will be sold cheap for cash. I
Dee. 5, 1868-I3ml I
STOVE DEPOT !
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & B0X,
of the best patterns !
Tin, Sheet Iron and
, . j'
Ooppor Ware I
and the usual assortment of Famishing Goods to
- be obtained in a j
gST" Repair neatly and promptly executed, "g
JHST on reasonable terms. $S j
"Short reckonings, make long friends."
Front street .Albany.
. Next door to Mansfield & Co. '
rVRJVIIVCr. - - TURNING.
I AM PREPARED TO DO
A IX KINDS OP TURNING X
. v I keep on hand and make to order j
Sbon near the "Magnolia Mills."
. JOHN M. METZLER
Albany. Not. 28, 1868-12 4 j ;
,- - it.
Manufacturer and Dealer
in" all kinds of
FURNITURE & CABINET WARE,
Under the "States Rights Democrat' offioe,
P. W. SPINK.
P. W. SPINK & CO.,
(successors to w. w. mack, )
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copperware
First, between IVashlnglou & I'erry-sts.
1 HE undersigned baring purchased the stock
formerly owned by M. W. Mack, and having
made large additions thereto, now oiler to the
public the fullest and completest assortment of
first-class goods in our lino, yet offered in this
market, consisting of
' PARLOR, BOX, HALL,
... and ...
of the following patterns : '
&c, &c., &c,
from tho best manufactories, which they arc offer
ing at lowest rates.
Also, a large stock of
t rench Saucepans, Ladles & Skimmers,
Iron, Enameled and Brass Kettles,
Iron Tea-Jcettles and Ovens, , .
Iron and Lead Pipe.,
Force & Lift rumps,
and a full assortment of
COWAN'S PITCHER PUMPS!
We will continue to keep on hand a large slock
NO. 1 TIN WARE !
which we will dispose of to dealers at the lowest
We are better prepared than ever to, do all
in a neat and workmanlike manner.at short notice.
Persons from the country will find it to their
advantage to give us a call, as our facilities for
manufacturing enable us to give a liberal discount.
Terms Cash, or marketable Produce.
P. W. SPINK & CO.
Xov. 28, 'GS-12
SELLING AT COST !
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
give notice to the public in general,
' that they will sell their -
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WELL SELECTED STOCK D
) OP !
1) It V GOODS!
Boots cfc Slioes!
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
from and after this date
Those desiring to make purchases will do well to
Call Iixiirietliately 2
as we desire to close out
Our Entire Stock !
on the above terms,
FOR CASH !
OR MERCHANTABLE PRODUCE ! :
All persons knowing themselves indebted to the
undersigned, are requested to come forward with
out delay, and settle their indebtedness, as we
are determined to close our mercantile businoss,
and collect our dues.
W. W. PARRISH & CO.
Albany, Nov. 28, 1868-12
C. MEALEY & CO.,
DEALERS IN & MANUFACTURERS OF
CABINET WAKE !
Bedding-, Etc., ;
Corner First and Broad Albin streets,
' ALBANY, OREGON.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO Tfe
ORDERS OP ALL KINDS'
in our line.
Oetober 31, 1868-8
PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS !
THE undersigned gives notice to the general
- public, that he is now manufacturing the
Galesburg- Patent Plow !
and any other style of plow that may be ordered.
Also, particular attention paid to - '
Horse Shoeing', Wagon and Carriage
All work entrusted to me will receive prompt
attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with good material. A share of nubile
patronage is solicited. i
Shop on corner Ellsworth and Second streets,
opposite Pierce Ferry. F. WOOD.
Aioany, novemoer 21, isos-n ,
I.. SENDERS. M. STERNBCRO. i J. PLEI8CHSKR.
SENDERS, STERM3EBQ & CO.,
KPA1.ERS IX " 'j
STAPLE J3HY GOODS
First street, in J. B. Montcith's Brick Building,
TUK ABOVE NEW FIRM TAKES PLEAS
URE in' informing the citizens of Linn
county that they have just opened a well selected
stock of .
FANCY DRY GOODS !
BOOTS AND "SHOES !
Gr 3. o cm: ie. xins!
and a full assortment of '
oiaerai Merchandise !
Which they will dispose of for
CASH OH COUNTRY PKODUCl I
FAIR LIVING RATES!
We respectfully ask tbe public to '
CALL AD EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND
Before purbusing elsewhere, and we assure all
that we will give
Entire Satisfaction to Prompt Customers
We have a Branch House, long established, at
where wo keep a large and well selocted stock of
Albany, Nov. 11, 1863-10 " . -
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TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING HER
numerous patrons that she has ou band, and
is in regular receipt of the )
Latest and Choicest Styles of Goods .
REI?IE2JEI, LA9IES ! , .
If you purehaso
TEN COLLARS' WORTH
of Fall Millinery you will bo entitled to the "
r ,v loan - M: .1.
Bress and Cloak XVIalang'
in oil branches.'
in the latest and beat manner.
Goods Cheap and Patience Inexhaustible)
Corner Main and Broad Albin streets,
November 7, 186S-9 .
PER LAST STEAMER,
A VERY LARGE STOCK.
OF ." -FALL
Albany, October 17, 1868-G
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ii viwo v jx xsij At iw uneaaie'fl Cast
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Albany, Oct. 17, '68-6
BUTTER WANTED in exchange for goods;
at 30 cents per pouud, at R. Cheadle's
Cash Store. R. CHEADLE.
j Albany, Oet. 17."'68-8 '-i
(1 OODS SOLD AT THE LOWEST RATES
IT in exchange for good butter and fresh ecirs
Bring on your produce and take away tbe goods.
Aioany, vet. I, 'OS-o : It. CHEADLE.
J. BARROWS. I. BLAIN. ; S. K. Y0CXO.
J. BARROWS & CO.,
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
Fresh Supplies f
NE'W; GOODS !
V DIRECT FROM ' 1
i San Francisco,
which they will Bell I
CHEAP FOR READY PAT I
-THEY ALSO DO A
General Commission Business I
BOUGXIT AND SOLD
Albany,. Oct. 24, '83-7.