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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1869)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1869.
The Cojjany incorporated by the last
Legislature to build au underground rail
Way ia New York City, bae surrender
ed ihcir charter, the conditions being so
stringent that capitalists dare not invest.
The Maino Legislature met oh the
.6th inst. The contest for Senatorship
is close between lion. L. M. Morrill and
Hacnible Hamlin, with chances favoring
The U. P. Railroad track will be com
pleted to Echo City in a few days.
In the Q. S Senate on the 5th, Terry,
introduced a resolution, which was adopt
ed, asking the President to transmit a
copy of his late amnesty proclamation to
that body with a statement of the author
ity by which it was issued. Said he
tlombted the authority of the President
ia the premises, and he wanted the ques
In the House, on the 5th, "Widom.of
Minnesota, made a speech in favor of the
Northern Pacific Railroad.
Late news from Africa confirms the re
ports of the late Dr. Livingston. Suppo
sition is that he is in- the vicinity of
Lake Nydssf,' near the confines of Zan
zibar. 'Wars among the native troops
has impeded his progress, and prevented
his reaching the coast. ;
Four of the insurgents of Malaga who
fired into a party of refugees who where
under the protection of the Stars and
Stripes, have been arrested and punished
by the General in command at Malaga.
Webb, the Republican candidate, was
elected Mayor of Wilmington, (N. C),
on the 14th inst., over his competitor
The trouble ic Georgia remain un
settled. The troubles grew out of the
negroes insisting on a distribution of the
crops according to the contracts of last
- year, the negroes refusing to let the crops
be removed until they received an equal
share. , ,
The opinion prevails that John Scott
will be the Republican nominee for
United States Senator from Pennsylvania.-
The result of Democratic rule in ew
York is, that vigilance committees arc
being organized in most 'of the wards in
' the "city, far. the purpose, of bringing
rogues to justice.
Postmaster Lander, of Salem, (Mass.)
is missing with about 20,000.
The pews in ' Bcecher's church, Bos
ton, brought 97,000.
From. Spain.' we Icarn that the peasants
of Andalusia, induced by poverty, have
organized into plundering parties, pilla
ging the rich landholders..
An earthquake is reported on the 3d.
in the city of Tabreez, Persia- The city
contains 60,000 inhabitants. The shocks
were violent, but no lives were lost.
The French sympathy with the Chi
nese Embassy is so great that it is pre
dicted Minister Burlingame will meet
with perfect success. '
--By fire in Portland, on Wednesday
morning, four , buildings were destroyed
on First street east of Alder. The build
ings belonged Ut Jas. M. Gilman, and
were valued at about 3,000. S. Levy,
merchant, occupied the corner building
his loss is estimated at $7,000. The looses
ia the other buildings amount to 3,000.
The funeral procession which accom
panied ; ."Buckskin Bill's" remains to
their last jesting piaco on Wednesday is
spoken of as very imposing, consisting of
twenty -fire carriages' and several horse
menu" ' ; :x ; .''
A passenger on the Continental, on her
lastrip fiom San Francisco to Portland,
came en to Salem, where he was taken
with ho small pox ; or varioloid. . ' Citi
zensmf Salem are resorting to '-vaccina
,t - r " --t"7-'
- venin Commerciixl tays .the
West Side Railroad xi0mpany ,has dis
bursed since breaking grojad last April,
nearly $75,000 in gold coin besides lare
sums paid, in lands and bonds; has Jin-i
ished 130,009 .cubic yards of grading,1
tad still has a Targe grading force at
work beyond the mountains. -
States New by Mall.
'-; From the' Centralis (111.) Democrat of
10th December,; we get the following:
Killed by a Hobse. Last Thurs
day about 12 o'clock M-. a little boy of
vreorge jn-arrjs, oi anuaua, agea nve
years, was killed by a horse kicking him
on . the head- y-! . K ,U -- i :U ,
v Attempted SuiciDE.--Mr. W.W;
Wneht, ef ? Vandalia, , who had resided
there about five years, attempted to tako
his own life on Saturday last by shooting
himself in the face and head with a pistol
. loaded witlt-shot and. naiuu- - .
' We leain from Reliable authority, that
they have case -of small pox in Cor
..,... . i w'i 1 r, :i ,c -.... ..... .
I.ock9 at Willamette Palls.
Sjome weeks. sinco we stated lhat a
company had been organised under the
name of v Willamette Canal and Lock
Company, stock subscribed and an assess
ment made preparatory to the commence
ment of work on this projected enter
prise. A survey has been made and the
cost of building a canal 2,50!) feet in
length and 40 feet wide, with three con
necting locks, each 200 feet iu length, is
estimated at four hundred thousand dol
lars. It is now announced that work will
bo commenced as early in the coming
spring as the stago of, water will permit.
One of the Directors of the Company is
going East immediately, for the purpose
of examining similar improvements there,
that the company may have the benefit
of any new system of engineering intro
duced in their construction. The com
pletion of this great work will obviate
the necessity of handling freight so often,
thereby greatly lessning the rate of loss in
transit, and of course enabling owners of
steamers to carry freights at much less
figures with as good returns as now.
We have been informed that the wastage
or loss in weight to steamboat companies
on freights from this point to Portland,
will amount to nearly a fifth of the gross
freights.. When the locks are complet
ed, steamers can be loaded at our wharf
for ocean steamers or sailing vessels at
Portland or Astoria, thus doing away
with the extra handling, and consequent
wastage, at the falls. The time occupied
in making the trips between the points
above the falls and Portland will be less
ened ope-half, therefore" a saving in the
expense of running steamers, a conse
quent cheapening of fares, and affording
an opportunity for lively competition dur
ing the " freighting season. In fact the
completion of this enterprise will inaugur
ate a new era in the navigation of the
Willamette river, and will be productive
of incalculable benefits, not only to the
Willamette Valley, but to the State at
large, by the cheap and improved facili
ties it will afford for transportation.
Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 4. Commo
dore W. S. Salter of the United States
Xavy, died after a lingering illness of
rheumatism of the heart, on Sunday
morning, aged 74.
Washington, : Jan. 4. Treasurer
Spinner was taken quite ill this morning,
and forced to retire from his desk in the
The public debt statement will be
issued about Friday. The amount of the
reduction which will bo shown cannot
definitely be stated.
During December 6,760,000 was
issued to the Pacific railroad companies,
4,840,000 being issued to the Union
and the balance to the Central Pacific
Albany, Jan. 4. The Legislature
meets to morrow. Governor Hoffman's
message will be sent in after the organi
zation of the State Legislature, which
will probably be effected without delay.
The Republican Assembly caucus
nominated T. G- Younglore for Speaker.
The following are San Francisco dates
of Jan. 5th :
F. L. A. Pioche and M. Noel have
patented a process for the reduction of
ores by electricity. It is said to bo
cheap and simple;
S. P. Roberts who killed Klintsing
several weeeks since, has waived exami
nation and been held to answer. Bail
was reduced to 6,000.
The contested election case of Marks
vs Shicnder was dismissed to-day on
motion of counsel Tor plaintiff Marks
having satisfied himself that Shrader was
legally elected. - "
On December 15th, while at sea, Chas.
L. Dodgo fell from the top-sail yard of
the Revenue steamer Wyanda and was
By Cable we have dates to the 4th of
London, Jan. 4. In view of President
Johnson's amnesty proclamation of De
cember 25th, Jefferson Davis, John Sli-
aeu, Barnes ai. .Mason, A. .Dudley, and
other ex-rebels,, are preparing to return
to the United States.
The London press generally has ap
proved of the treaty between England
and China; recently concluded, by Lord
.Clarendon and Minister Burlingame.
'Atwriter in the TirAes discusses tire
present situation of, France. He says the
year ends with the most precarious peace
the world ever saw, and he denounces
Rohermare and Duplais, and notices the
growth of Democratic sentiment in France';:
He declares the Emperor must , either
check Je press or abandon personal gov
ernment. .:; . 1 -r-
Paris, Jan. .4.---Thc ' Embassadors
of China will have an interview with M.
Lavolette, Minister foKForeign Affairs,
on Wed nesday. 1 ; ; , - ' ' ' -J
The Greek government asks for a post
ponement of the meeting of the "confer
ence on the Eastern difficulty until' I he
arrival at Paris of M. Delisauois, the
Greet Minister to the Sublime Porte. '
Emigration societies- in England - are
sweet Christian like arrangements, and
might well be mentioned in the Alabama
list of grievances, The object of socie
ties is to induce discharged 'convicts to
emigrate to the United States. .This sort
of thing has gone on too' long now, and
we might return the compliment by abol
ishing our penitentiaries and using Eu
rope for a convict colony. -"-
letter From Dlmmycrat Auu Spooks.
CAHADA.Ywhich U in the Forks V'
or the Santiam), State of Or- V
egon, Jan. '4th, IS69. j
Their was e'gg-sight-meant inn Cana
da. The day had bin hot and disagree
able. Everything bad gone wrong.
Jedediah Spooks had guzzled the hole
of the last jug of whisky, that I had purr
chased with socks I had hoed awl day
iun the toe back-owe patch and on com
ming iun-two the house with a craving
at my stomach which nothing butt the
ardent could satisf,and which the supper
I prepared aggravated, I confess I dil get
mad! Their lay my voiin representative
as drunk as a door nail! The last drop of
hard urn-ed elixir was oozing from the
end of his red, puggy knows; and I,
who had provided the same, as a womau
should, for hour mutual benefit, I, who
had borne the burden and, heat of
the day (I have toled you how hot it
was) must go without a drop ! Lang
uor stole over niy class-sick brow and I
wood soon have slept my last long sleep,
butt for a sudden change in Jedediah.
He raised himse'f to a half sitting pos
ture; owe-pencd his swollen I's half
weigh, or as near half weigh as they wood
owe-penand glanced at the distinguished
companion of his bosom with a look of
woe. "Diinuiy Ann," "Dimmy Ann,"
I say, Dimmy Ann" he hiccuped, "have
yew hie heard about the nomina
tions ?" "What nominations ?" said I,
indignantly. "How can I no about such
things? A woman ought to no her
place and keep it."
"That's so, hie Dimmy Ann," said
he. "Wcmen and niggers have know
write too manage polly-tics. Such
hie is left, too whito men, which,
hie, means intellectual bcin's;" and
the intellectual beiu' roll-ed back on the
floor with a grunt and slept the sweet
sleep of a Dim my crat.
My blood began two boil and I was
just ready to bee-labor the old sot with
a broom, when I was arrested by the
wailin' sound of many voices. The door
was thrown violently owc-pen and a pro-sess-ion
of 6 Dimmycrats, awl veterans
from Price's army, came with long faces
and tcar-streamin" I's a burst-ing inn-two
the rheum. The pro-session was headed
by a strappin' young Dimmycratic Ker
nel who had sought refuge under hour
roof from the fatigueing toils of war;
and for more than 2 years he had honor
ed our humble abode with his presents,
sharing alike hour toc-back-owe, hour
bored and hour whisky, (which last I
I wood have bin' pleased two sea him pay
for.) With down cast fee cheers the
pro session euteredand seated themselves
around the table with a simultaneous
I forgot my anger; 1 forgot my fa
tigue ; and when Kernel Spoony pro
duced a quart bottle from the shaggy
depths of his old grey cote (it was the
first time he had ever furnished or offered
to furnish any whisky) and I had taken
a swig, I felt ready for any emergency.
Butt I diden't forget that I was a
woman ; knot I. Sew I held my piece,
(though how hard it was two hold none
butt a woman nose.)
Old Elder Gray-Back, a fat and jolly
looking individual, who is well known
hcar-abouts from his searchin' sermon on
the descendants of Cain, (ho preaches it
with startlin' effect 52 times inn a year)
took a swig at the bottle. Square No
Land, a hungry I'd gentleman who lives
buy borrowin' money, and who naturaly
goes for repudiation, took a , swig.
Deacon Spooks, my brother-in-law swig
ged. The 2 other veterans which for
the present shall be nameless, swigged. I
tried to swig again, butt, alas., the bottle
was empty and furnished me know fur
ther consolation. Elder Gray -Back ten
derly drew a soiled copy of the States
RightS(. Dimmycrat from his heavin
bosom and began too read dispatches.
He maid sloe work of it and the othe
tried butt failed. I impatiently snatched
the paper and read in my most distib
gushed stile the tidings of , the Dimmy
cratic Nominations. I finished. Every J
body was dumb! It was evident hear
was a poser ! Each face looked as long
as 2 faces. At length the Square found
his voice. "Thunder and Ivhtnii,'$" he
roared. ( -
"Yew outrage my pious disposition"
said the Elder. "Bee more milder."
.Deacon Spooks laughed uproarously ;
a forced laugh, that sounded like a -it's
useless ! I can't describe that laugh.
Who's Seemore?" queried one of the
nameless "veterans, inn butternut apparel.
Oe's-ax true-. Dimmy crat," replied ; the
Kernel, "or he wood n't-have got the nom-ination-'v'Voye
it" roared the Square,
and the Kernel proved it. -"Didn't he
make a soothin' speech . too; quell the
New York riot, when the pieco-able
city-suns ion self defence burnt 'down
asylums for nigger children. :U was inn
that riot and he took me by the hand
'called m 'friend " Ir ' my memory
serves me write," said Elder Grey-Back,
'he addressed the noblo Dimmocracy inn
there work of mercy as 'my friends.' "
"Your reasoning is conclusive," ans
wered the Square, " butt how about
Blare? Inn the name of Jefferson Da
vis, answer me!" Again the august as
sembly was speechless; for 2 minutes
knot a word was said. , "He's a bitter
pill, but we must swoller him," the Ker
nel said, at last, inn a blubbering voice,
and awl of us shed tears. "The caws is
lost," said the Squire, "and we are unn
doia I" What war I to do ? Their lay
my votin, representative on the floor,
drunk as a fool, and what cjuIJ he. do
for the caws? Finally I raised my voice
and said. "Frieuds and brethren this
will never do : Awl is not lost ! Keep
up brave harts. Bee merry. Prove yoursel
ves bed-rock Dimmycrats, which yew can
do if ycw'U stand by yewsr tickets." The
effort was tremendous. Cheer alter cheer
rent the are and roused my Jedediah,
who also cheered his noisiest.
After shakiu' hands awl round a dozen
times or more, just too make themselves
believe there aetin' was real, the party
dispersed for 3 daze, promising too
meat again at hour house and draft sum
DIM.MYCRAT AXX SPOOKS,
winch is Ant to the illustrious ;
Pastor Petroleum VerJigris JS'asby.
County orders in Benton county arc
at par with g .ld.
A joiut stock company is forming at
Corvallis to erect a large steam flouriii"'
Says the Advocate : Rev. Dr. Marsh,
President of the Tualatin Academy and
Pacific University, reports that institution
as in a highly flourishing condition, hav
ing more than 100 pupils in attendance.
Hon J. II. Mitchell writes from San
Francisco to Judge Chenoweth denying
the statement which has been made to
the effect that Ben Holladay docs not
intend to build a railroad crossing the
Wallamet at Corvallis.
The Congregational church at the
Dalles has been undergoing repairs and
receiving improvements. Among other
things, a belfry is to be built for a new
bell which is on its way thither from
Chicago. This bell is given as a pre
mium by the Advance for a list of 78
new subscribers obtained for the paper at
Not long since, says the Unionist, a
man came to town commonly dressed,
and went to sawing wood about town
wherever he found a job. The day be
fore yesterday lie went to cue of the
business men and desired to deposit 1,
500. This sum, he stated, had been car
ried on his person sinco he hud been at
work here, and he found it burdensome.
Ho deposited his gold and wcut on with
The editor of the Vancouver paper
writes from Astoria : The la?e survey of
the Columbia river has demonstrated lhat
its mouth is not so dangerous as repie
scnted, and no worse than the entrance
to New York harbor. So the Oregonians
need not rrekon "the Columbia river as
useless. Railroads however numerous,
cannot supersede river, navigation, or do
away with the great highways for com
merce that Nature has formed. '
The lloseburg paper learns that ' Uy
nian Abrahams, of Canyonville, who
suffered the amputation of a leg last
summer, is now suffering with the wound
extremely at times being thrown into
spasms. A second amputation is thought
to be necessary, and surgeons are already
summoned for the painful duty.
The Roscburg Ensign is authorized to
state that J. D. Bowen, of Douglas
county, an old Pioneer in that sect'iDii,
and a life-long Democrat, has renounced
his connections with that party, and will
hereafter support Republican principles.
The Democratic organization seems to be
falling to pieces in Donglas county.
Fruitful Thee. A correspondent
writing to the Orcgonian, from McMinn
ville, says that the Christmas Tree, at
that place, had on it 1,530 worth of
Bibles Bought. During the past
18 months about 5,000 Bibles and Testa
ments have been purchased from the
Parent Society for circulation and distri
bution throughout Oregou and Washing
ton Territory. C Advocate. ;
'" The Sandwich Islands.-- The ex
haustion of the native population which
has been going on for a great number of
years, seems to be accelerated of late.
During the last sis years, there has been
a decrease of over 9,000. The death
rate among the natives is now about 1,500
a . year over the births ; an - increasing
ratio, this decimation will work tho ex
tinction of the race in a quarter of a
century. European but more especially
CaliForna enterprise, already tways the
development and the institutions of the
islands, and the proximity and unequalled
energy of our Pacific States must inevit
ably draw them at no distant day under
the protection if .not the posseasiou of the
Union. , V
December 30,-1808. at the residence of Mrs.. M.
M. Lines, by Iter. 11. C. Jen kg, Mr. L. C. Mr
hall to Miss Jennie Lines, all of Linn county,
Oregon. ' ;. v.-; :. it.
. January 1st, 1869, at tberesv?ence of tttsb-ljfo's
ratuer, in ttus city, by Ker; R. C, Hill, j Mr. J.
Ream to Miss Charlotte Read. ' ' ,
i January M,I86Brat the" residence . of Mr.
Charlton, in Linn county, by Rer. Rj G. Hill,
Mr., Robert Moore to Miss Margarette H. Cfcarl
ten. ' T - . '
, ,-, ;- ' '' DIED. "
FriJay, January Sib, 1SC9, at tho Tat-iEe Ilotel
in this city, of consumption, Charles B. Sprcnger,
aged 32 years, 4 months and 17 days. .
Gone homo ! gone home:- The door thro' which
1 : . u . s I ,nr. .Taiia .
wiu9ci4 u jni, una iUlb U3 UVIO w.w . j
We stand without in tears, forlorn and banished.
Longing to follow where ths loved has gone.
Charley is dead. Thii mournflil intylHgonco
will carry pain to the hearts and cast a g?oom
over countenances of his many warm and con
stant fi icni, who knsw and loved hiin for his
klud and loving heart, h:s mary social virtues,
and his Ftiict integrity of character. It iviil be a
souroe of consolation to them to know t'aat he died
h:ippy ; that ho paslcd from carlh peacefully and
calmly, possessing in his heart (but sweet, golden
hopa that ast--th out fear the hope of immortal
ity beyond the tomb. While there is tsoaieihing
meloneholy iu tha awful ceremonial of consigning
a'.l that is mortal of n friend to the silent night of
the timb, there is consolation to our affections in
the thought that we can perpetante the memory
of their virtues, and gather for their grave a gr
laud whieh shall long nourish graen in ourhearU.
NEW TO DAY.
Of the Financial Condition fj the
Albany, jortheycar ending Dec. 31,
Amount rcei'ved from former Treas-
vrcr, as per report (currency)... $274 CO
Affi't received from i'orintr Treas
Ain't received for license (coin)...
" " fines ...
" " (currency) 93 00
" " ' dog tax (coin)...
" " " sale hogs ...
" " " delinquent taxes
for the venr 1SC7 (coin)
Ain't ree'd for taxes, 1S0S, (ooin)' '
" " " money due for side
walks built by city in 1807 (coin)
. 2i 00
Hcduco tho currency ,
to coin at 73 cents, leaves....
Showing total ain't of money
received during 186S, (coin)... $3,036 19
Amount paid for printing Recoucrs
financial report for t jo year 1S07......$ 40 00
Paid for building sewer 402 18
Repiiiring street", bridges, Ac 280 46
Huildiug and graveling crosswalks 209 60
Huilding bridges and lumber for same 524 49
(traveling streets.... 115 00
Graveling crosswalks, (done in lSf.7).... CS 00
Collecting taxes 5J ?,0
Collecting delinquent taxes for 1867 4 75
Collecting money due on sidewalks (1S67) 4 0t
Night wiitc i IS 75
Gruobing ctrects 6 2o
Selling hogs 2 50
Killing and removing dogs 21 00
Arresting prisoners 2 00
Hoarding and working prisoners. 15 60
Kcpairinj? jail 2 12
Table for Hccordcr and Council 6 50
Stationery 4 no
Judges and clerks of election 10 00
" " " for 1367 4 00"
Printing for 180S 100 00
Treasurer's percentage 72 09
Itec'-rder'ii services 203 15
Cash rcmainiug cn hand lec.31, 1S0S... CSC S3
N OTIC 13. AH persons receiving their mail
at the Post office at Lebanon, are hereby
notified that the office will be kept open an hour
after tho arrival of tho mail on Sundays, alter
whieh it will be closed for the day. The office
will not be opc-n until the mail arrives.
S. II. CLACGIITON. P. M.
January 9, lSC'J-lSml
N E Y ADVEUTtSKMENTS.
-.. NOTICE I ' '
ALL persons indebted to tho lat firm of Settlo
inier & Co., Albany, will please call at the
Drug Store of Hill tt ton, and settle up immedi
ately. '''- - - ;.-.'
TkU time the money come ! '
All open accounlt on January 1st, 18l9, will be
placed in tbo hands of the proper officer for col
lection. C HILL.
G. F. bETTLEMIER.
Albany, December 19, 1863. ltd
Positively the Iast Call.
1,1. PEHSONS KNOWING TI1EM-
. tu h iinderaicned. are re-
.u,.,i tA inn. fnrifurd And - mul a imniediat6
payment. All aecou-its not settled by the first of
January next, will bo put into the lands of tho
proper officer for collection.
1 - W. W. PARUISU & CO.
Albany. December. 5 tb, 1S6S- 13ml -
y BOOKS ARE CLOSED FOR THIS
-aiw . A v rut-anna lenowinir them-
d jwn .... j - o
tolve indebted to mo by note or book account,-
. . , u . ......
are requested to come iorwaru onu i.-iuc wc !
at once, as I wish to go away and must have my
dues. 1 will take produce on aU accouct dur
me. Coma and settle.
Albany, Dec. 5, 1868-13ml
Dissolution of. Co-Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby ci ven that the cn-partnership
heretofore existing bctwe.-n J. E. Cent
ley & Co., is this day dissolved by mitUial consent.
J. E. lientley, Sr., will continue tho buriness,
assuming all debts outstanding against the late
firm, and collecting all accuunts due the sums.
J. E. HENTI.EY. Sr. -J.
E. BENTLEY. Jr.
Albany, January 9, lSG'J-lSinl
DORCY & HOLTtlES.
THIS HOTEL 15 LOCATED NEAR THE
Steamship Landing. Tho ll.itd Coach will
be iu attendance at all the Landiigs to couvev
pafsensor and ba'jsraco to aad from tho House
FREE Ofc' CHARGE! ja9-18
JgY NOT BUYING BOOTS AND SHOES
KAST & CAHALSN'S
Philadelphia Boot Store,
No. 113 Front Street,
Opposite McCormick's Book Store,
Jan 9-C9-13 Portland. Oregon.
Importer and Deakriu the choii est brands of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Chewing & Smoking' Tobacco,
ripes. Stems, .Snuff. Playing Cards, Stationery,
Cutlery and Notions,
No. IIT Front Street,
Cor. Morrison, opposito AVestern Hotel,
Goods at Wholesale or Retail. .,'
Country orders carefully put up, at lewest
ralea- - i . . y; ja9 0918
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Wo. 416 and 418 California Street, '
. ,. a : ; San Francisco, Calvv
Stockhoidera; Individually; Liabiel w
Cash Capital, iu Gold Coin, 9750,000.
Deposit lu Orejoit, 5O,OO0.
Losses Promptly and Equitally Adjusted.
rpniS COM frASY baring compiled with tba
JL of Oregon, by making a deposit or nfty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Losss or Damogjbv Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
liberal terms. - . .
OUSTAVE TOUCHARD. Pre '
CHAS. D. HAVEN. SeCy. 7 " ,
sIV. W. Parrish &. Co., I
AaTenta for Albany.
AlbanyXanuary o. iscQ.s
I OFFER FOR SALE . A GOOD TH'O
horsa SPRING WAGON & HARNESS !
A 8PLESPLD, LAHCK SUR . .
A SUPERIOR LOT OP FURNITURE 1
With all the necessary cooking utensils complete,
all of which will be s ld cheap for cash.
Dec. 5, lS6S-13ml !
THE TUCKER SPRING BED IS SAID BY
all who hare used them tj be the j
CHEAPEST and BEST now in USE.
IV e refer with confidence to all who hare tried
them. Head the following
EXTRACTS rnOX LETTERS:
'v EUbitt Jf !, Wnihingtnn, Dee. 5, 1SG0.
I, Thos. J. Fisher. Esq., .-. Tucker Jfanu
fncturintj C. Dkar Sin : I have now in con
stant nsj your "Tucker Pattnt Spring Bed" ia
nearly nil my rooms, and um gratified to write to you
that nothiug could be better.
Very truly your obedient, servant,
C. C. WILLaRD.
. Metropolitan Hotel, :
Wuahitujtttu, Vce. 6, 1S60.
Tnos. J. FisnER, 7Ve. Tucker Manufttctur-
inrj Co Dear Sir: Some two years iigo tba
beds of this establishment were thoroughly refitf
ted wiih your superior "Tucker Patent Spring
lied," which, sinco then and iiuw, hiiregiren the
patrons of this Hotel nniversM satisfaction.
A. R. POITS.-
These beds are now manufac'ur-d, by pcrmir
s;on ot P-itcnlei, at Albanr. Oregon, and are for
sale at all the principal furniture stores in Poit
land, Salem, Albany, etc.
Fcr particulars addnss,
E. CARTER & SON.,
Dec. 26, ISCS-ld. r-'- f
STOTE DEPOT I
DEALER IX I
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX,
. of tbo best patterns !
Tin, Sheet Iron and .
Copper Wore 2"
and tha usual assortment of .Furnishing Goods to
.be obtained hi t
JBB liepain neatly and promptly ' executed, t
. ETo reasonable term. ""8B
"Short reckonings, make long frwnds ."
Front street .Albanyv-
Neit door to Manficld A Co.
AX PBEPARCD TO BO
All. KINDS OP TURNING; t
I ke' p on hand and rtinke to crdtr ' '
RA WHID EBOTTOIXEX CHAIRS.
J&T" Shop near the Magnolia Mills."
JOllX M. METZLER
Albany, Nor. 23, 1SRS-12
and - .
Manufacturer and . Dealer
, In all kinds of
FURNITURE & CAD I NET WAR Et
Under the "SUtes RigbU DemocraV office,
fibst rmr.J,: AB4ifr
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