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SATUHDAr, JANUARY 23, 1869.
From t e Portland Oregonidn we get
Eastern telegrams to the 19th :
Geo. Carl Scharz has teen elected
TJ. S. Senator from Missouri; Alexander
Ramsey, from Minnesota; Chandler,
r from Michigan ; Ilannible Ham lin, frolu
Maine; Sumner, from Massachusetts
Ilcuben E. Fenton, from New York.
A Memphis, Tennessee, dispatch says
c three Arkansas militiamen were convict
ed by a court-martial for outraging a
white woman, and shot, by order of the
court, on the 19th.
; la the Senate, on the 19th, Corbett
presented a memorbl from the citizens
of Washington Territory against submit
ting the question of the ownership of
can uuan island to arbitration: also
a bill to grant land iu aid of the construe
tion oi a railroad through .Missouri and
Arkansas to the Pacific.
TLayer offered a constitutional amend
ment to prevent the disfranchisement of
l any citizen on account of color. Iteiola-
tion laid on the table.
In the House, a resolution to print
! -three hundred thousand copies of Com-
' raissioner Wells report, was passed. The
bill to "preserve the purity of elections
, in the Territories," was passed.
The Atlantic cable brings dates to the
The London Pall Mall Gazette hopes
the English Parliament will not ratiify the
Alabama treaty if the question of the
recognition of the Southern Confederacy
as a belligerent is to be opened.
mo returns ot tne election in b-pain
shows an overwhelming majority in fa
vor of a monarchy. There will be about
one hundred Republicans in the Cortez
San Francisco dates are to the 20th :
King, of the firm of J. King & Co.,
who have been heavily interested in the
wheat trade, and who recently failed in
consequence of bills of 20,000 being re
turned from a Liverpool house protested,
'has got a considerable amount of money
in his possession and fled to Paris. The
unsecured liabilities of the firm amount
2 W.. C. Reed, eharged with forging
and celling naturalization papers, has
An unknown female 'child was found
.floating in Mission creek.
Capture of a Strang Beast In Illinois.
How to Pay the National Debt.
A correspondent of the Oregonian,
signing himself D. J. Schnebly, proposes
to pay the national debt in the following
manner. . He says the idea was first sug
gested by a writer in the Montana Post :
" Let every man, woman and child in
the nation, so disposed, contribute, ac
cording to their means, a greenback,
(from five cents up), form in procession
on the 4th day of July, march to a bon
fire and burn them up. The press could
print numbers corresponding ' to the
amount burned. They could be depos
ited in a box and passed over to the Gov
ernment. Ascertaining . the amount de
stroyed, the government could then issue
new notes in the place of those destroyed,
and the new issue could go towards pay
ing the old debt, thereby preventing any
shock; in money circles. I think four
years would wipe out the debt and place
us in good circumstances as a nation.
Mr. S. further says : "As to my earn
estness in this regard I will pay $10 out
of my slender means, and I have a wife
and four children, for each of which I
will pledge, in addition, one dollar, mak
ing, in ail, $15. This would set at
naught all the schemes of repudiation
and dishonor, and would relieve the peo
ple at once of the heavy burthen.!'
1 National Laughing Stock. East
ern papers overflow with ridicule of the
dirt-eating propensities of the American
-Minister ir England. The New York
Herald says : "John Bull continues his
roast beef and plum pudding diplomacy
with; : JKeterdy Johnson,and , with the
greatest success. It is evident that the
finale -of his mission in reference to the
Alabama claims will be 'Failed from sur
feit of English roast beef and plum pud
ding An English Christmas will be
apt to finish him."
Thb "Poyeett Striken." A New
York paper says that over forty thousand
persons in . that city live by borrowing
IBflMV. This cl.lRB tiaa it a rlnnsiint.
i j - r avw i i ,au ia
tires in all parts of the country. One of
their, employments is to denounce the
national debt, bewail the sad fate of the
"poor man," curse Congress, and in de
spairing tones assert that, "Oar taxes are
greater than we can bear !"
Green Peas in January. A few
day since, stalks, on which there were
blossoms sad also pods ' containing peas,
were taken from the garden of Mr. John
Farnham, of Port Madison, W. T. The
Seattle Intelligencer asks : - "Can we offer
a .better proof of the mildness of our win
ters than the above
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In the latter part of November last
a hideous monster was captured and
killed by a party of hunters, iu the Illi
nois bottom, fourteen miles west of Jer
seyville. One of the parties engaged in
the capture thus describes the "ane
mile," in a correspondence to tho Mo.
We do not know whether to class Liui
with animal or reptile. To call him an
animal would be degrading to a chicken
stealing skunk. He had a body not un
like that of a skunk if you look at his
back. His belly is brown and rough,
and looks like Illinois soil parched and
cracked under the raj s of a summer sun.
II is head is like that of a crocodile, ex
cept broader. His mouth is large
enough to take in a small boy whole.
His jaws re decked with rows of yellow
saw-like teeth, and his tongue is covered
with a very rouirh coating, hard as steel.
His ears, almost circular, have bristles
inside and are as large as the head of a
flour barrel. He measures eight feet four
inches in circumference in the largest
place, in height about four feet six in
ches, and ia length eight feet one inch.
Monster indeed ! Incredible but .never
theless true. We brought his body to
town for public exhibition and weighed
him 1,G3S pounds avoirdupois. He
is in the park west of the Court-house
where he may be seen at any tim
ureal crowds nave Decn around mui
since his arrival this morning. Many
persons avo cominz from a distanco to
witness the uncomely .specimen. We are,
of course, in the dark as to the orign or
breeding place of such a nondescript.
The most iuformati n we can get is from
Captain W. II. ltceu, of Calhoun county,
who' says he has heard sto:ie3 of some
such thing having been seen some years
ago in Cass county, up the river about
sixty miles from a Mr. Keach, who says he
saw hi3 track about two years ago near
Columbiana Landing, in Green county,
on the Illinois river, eleven miles above
the place where he was killed. Mr.
Gledhill will take his likeness to-morrow,
and if we can obtain one of the photos
will send it to Leslie for the gratifica
tion of those who cannot come to see for
The Examiner on Grant. Figaro
gives the following as a sample of the ed
itorials of the San Francisco Examiner
since the election of Grant :
There is no more a Republic in the
United States. A military despot will
rule the country with a rod of iron.
Grant will scarcely dare to ignore the
wishes and opinions of nearly half a
million of white voters. The Radicals
will find that they cannot control him as
easily as they expect. Emperor Grant
and his Court of Radical theives will re
duce the Nation to bankruptcy. We
hope and havo foundation for the hope
that Gen. Grant will appreciate the re-
sponsibilites of the office he is about to
fill, and will cut loose from the influence
of those who fondly imagine he will aid
them in enslaving the people. Hiram
Ulysses Grant, the ton arue tied blockhead,
has been elected against the expressed
wish of the white people, and they must
submit to the negro rule. Gen. Grant
will not forget his early Democratic
training, and the Rump Oligarchy at
Washington will find tbat they have
made a mistake in their man. The
Washington despot, the generous soldier,
the tool of the infamous Radical party,
the strong-minded, firm and well-meaning
Grant, etc., etc.
Income Tax. The National Labor
Union, which assembled in New York in
September, it is stated, proposes the fol
lowing method for assessing an income
The class of people who have incomes
averaging $75,000 annually, are to be
taxed 25 per cent, of the amount ; the
class having incomes averaging $35,000,
to be taxed 20 per cent.; tho class hav
ing $15,000, to be taxed 10 per cent.;
and the class having $1,000, to be taxed
5 per cent. -
In Shasty county, says the Marysville
(Cal.) Appeal, beyond Suisun, where
the Vallejo Railroad going west
strikes the hills between that county and
Napa, there is a Camel grazing as if it
were a native of the soil and to the man
U. S. Mails. Among the advertised
list of mail routes to be let to the lowest
responsible bidder, we find the following?
15154 From Albany, by Boston Mills,
(n. o.) to Brownsville, 23 miles and back,
once a week. Leave Albany Monday at
8am; arrive at Brownsville by 6 p m ;
leave Brownsville Tuesday at 8am;
arrivo at Albany by 6 p m.
Bids will be received for carrying the
U. S. mails on the above route up to the
26th of February next.
Kootenai Mines. The news from
these mines is of the most encouraging
character. ' It is thought that, the yield
of gold and the general prosperity of
that country daring the coming season,
will be far greater than any previous
A water tumor, which weighed 120
pounds, has had a Mrs. Seely, of Troy,
New York, removed from it. Wat-er
Depravity. A girl only nine years
old, was found drank in Sacramento,
(Cal.) on Christmas day -
Hon. Wm. M- Stewart has been re
elected U. S. Senator from Nevada. -
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tetter Prom Dimmycrat Aim Spooks.
Canada, (which is in the Forks )
" - of tho Santiain), State ofOr-
cgon, Jan. 20th, 1 860. J
Mb. Editor :
Arrangements wear maid for regular
political meetin's- I certainly think the
pressed -age of my distinguished presents
had much two do with the same Lein'
appointed at hour house ; for Jedodiah
Spooks cares know more for partizan or
public or National matters than he cares
for payiug his whisky bill. "Somebody' 11
tend twj things," he alweighssays. Un
like most of hour Dimmycratie replica
tors who can't command credit, he "ac
cepts the situation,' he says, and "don't
care a copper whether the Dimmycratie
war debt is paid or knot. The Abolition
war debt; even, for which the "poor man
of to day" is so unmercifully taxed, don't
seem two bother him at awl. "Twon't
come off us Dimniy Ann," says he, "fur
we haven't as much property a the law
allows U3." I acknowledge I al weighs
feel a little down-cast over this last re
mark, for it reminds' me of the pore w!:te
trash from which Jedediah Spooks de
scended. It's of know use trvin' two
conceal family or, political pedigree.
Such things icill out. The pore man is
knot two blame for the failin"s of his
ants-sisters ; and it's consolin' two think
that most of hour neighbors sprung from
just such aots-sisters : Another cosola
tion i.3, they're awl Dimmycrats. Mr.
Editor, forgive this digression. I could'nt
It was 6 weeks bce-4 election. At
Iast 2 dozen Dimmycratie veterans
wear assembled. I had abandoned the
liberal idea of furnishin' awl the whisky
and the nieetia' wer as dry as a salt
mackerel. Two this day I am knot
Abel two remember how things got start
ed. 1 have a dim rccolection of seein'
the Kernel rise two his feet, but of the
length of time consumed in gcttin' mat
ters under weigh I have no conception.
Perhaps I was a little boozy. I had
previously forty-fied myself with as much
needful as I deemed necessary for my
dignity. The Kernel was eloquent, and
I gradually grew interested. As I list
ened two his burnin' words concernin' the
persecutions hour glorious Dimmycrafie
party had endured from tho day inn which
the tyrant Lincoln mounted the Abo
lition thrown until the present period of
time ; as he poor-Trayed inn glowing col
ors the hew-main acts of Dimmycratie
Generals inn there glorious struggle for
independence ; as he feelingly pictured
the inite-y sorrows of the pore freed-men
who refused two bee comforted bee-caws
they wear slaves know longer ; as he di
lated upon the honors of the lata Abo
lition crusade, which he stiled Aun un
provoked as-salt upon the time honored
institutions of hour aut3-sisters, and last
ly, as he concluded with Ann honest
fervent, pious, and truly Dimmycratie
malediction against the Black-Republic-Anns
who had burdened hour once hap
py people with a debt whose mighty mag
nitude know man could calculate .
Mr. Editor, myhreath failetli. The mag
nitude of that man's ideas is absolutely
overwhelming. Let me cry ! There ;
I feel better now. The speaker subsided
amid a storm of applause. Elder Grey
Back arose. Stepping up two the ex
hausted Kernel, he caught him inn a
long embrace. "God bless yew for a
bed-rock Dimmycrat," he said fervently.
We've had refreshin' times two-night.
We'll Seemore inn November." "See
more what ?" thundered the Squair.
Everybody laughed at this, and there
was Sow much confusion that I could
distinguish nothing more. The as
sembly dispersed and when I awoke two
consciousness, I found that it were morn
ing. My head ached, I was stiff with
cold, I felt like Jedediah alweighs looks
the next day after a spree. From him
I learned that the Dimmycratio party of
Can-ada had become thoroughly organ
ized and was marchin' strait on two No
vember and Victory. A-Iass! A-lass !
DIMMYCRAT ANN SPOOKS,
- which is Ant to the illustrious
Pastor Petroleum Verdigris Nasby.
Petition lrom Vermont.
Recently a petition was presented in
the U. S. Senate from the citizens of
Vermont, which asks eight things of
Congress : First to pass J enckes civil
service bill; second to complete and
pass a new tax bill, with reduction where
ever possible ; third to reduce the ex
penses of all the departments ; Fourth
to put the Indian affairs under the war
department,, and 'stop frauds ; fifth ,
stop the sale of Indian lands to large
speculators ; sixth grant no more bonds
to railroads ; seventh stop useless appro
priations for custom houses and hospitals;
eighth legislate for the speedy resump
tion of specie payments. It is believed
that these eight points will be supported
by General Grant. " ; ; .
Stockton, California, has a Sunday
School for Chinese.
From the Dallas Signal-of the 19th
we glean tho following items:
M. B. Hendricks is to commence the
erection of a steam flouring mill the
coming spring, at Wheatland, Yamhill
Tho enterprising citizens of Independ
ence are agitating the question of build
ing a large steam flouring mill in that
flourishing village. They have the money
and the nerve to invest it.
From the Jacksonville Reveille we
But few men are seen upon the streets;
no women; but 'now and then a boy,
hastening upon some errand and never
a dog or cat. Lonestuie timc3.
A case of small pox ut the" Mountain
House is reported. The person afflicted
is a traveler from California.
Miners are yet idle for want of water.
Several heavy rains have fallen recently,
but the dry earth seemed to swallow each
at a single draught.
The; small pox patients at the pest
house on Kanacca Flat, under care'.Mr.
Lang'ey, are sai.l to be doing well. None
of the patients have died.
It has been stated here, that resolu
tions have been passed at Phoenix to
prevent the appearance of small pox. A
citizen of this place remarked that reso
lutions would prevent it, provided they
were made strong enough '.
There have been no new cases reparted,
for this week, to Friday night. There
is hope that the epidemic is abating.
But let no efforts bo relaxed, and
no precautions abandoned. Caution and
vigilance now may prevent further
We understand that Win. Turner,
Esq. has been appointed agent at this
place to sec after the Indians at this
place feed and clothe them. Their
proper place is on the 'reservation.
Why are they not there?
The patients at the pest house, who
are all under treatment by Mrs. Round
tree, are reported as convalescent, with
the exception of Mr. Giluiore, the man
who, in his delirium broke pest house,
a. d wandered ivcr the , mountains, one
cold morning, from 4 to 8 o'clock ; and
it is said that he will probably recover.
A difficulty occurred at Uniontown,
last lucsday, between Jally bnnth and a
111 T- 1 1 "
negro canea ien, in wmcu jscn was
badly cut up by Smith. On Wednesday,
Smith had an examination before Squire
Mee and was discharged. Our informant
Mr. Colwell stated that Ben's wounds
were dangerous, and would likely prove
As near as we can learn, there have been
reported up to the present time 44 cases
of small pox; of this number 11 have
died just one fourth of all. It seems
that the disease is attended here .with
greater fatality than any other locality
on the coast. But it is proper to state,
however, that all who died were persons
unprotec ted by vaccination, if we are cor
Fires sre constantly kept burning
through all the streets and on the prem
ises, of! nearly every citizen of town.
Pitchwood is furnished by the authorities;
while old leather, rubber, sulphur, &c, is
added to the lire3 from which dense
volumes of smoke ascend, aud hang like
a dark pall over the afflicted town. The
object is to disinfect the atmosphere; and
it i3 the prevailing opiuion that good
results will ensue. Then bring on the
pitch! Keep up the fires, and make this
a city of smoke, so loug as t,he contagion
The following is from tho Jacksonvilla
Sentinel of tho 16th:
. The severe cases of the confluent type
that have resulted in death are, John
Walker, Joseph Martin, John Martin,
James Hubbard, Bertha Breitbarth, Mrs.
Brewer, Sophia Love, Isaac Cowan (col
ored), and three squaws.
The cases that have recovered are six
members of the Roundtree family, four
of the Martin family, John Stowe, Chas.
Harris, J. T. Hunt, Wm. Thompson, Geo.
Hibbard, Smith. Mitchell, Stowe Senior,
and one squaw.
There are at present under treatment
in the two hospitals and in various resi
dences, Wm. Gilmour, Tarn More, Chris
Wintjen Jesse Hugins, Thomas Brown,
Lake, Ed. Pitts, Jno. Atkinson, Chas.
Williams, T. Gaston, Chrs. Bryant (child)
Nancy Dews, H. Hoover, Joe. Gray, Geo.
This makes forty-five in all, eleven of
which, or nearly one fourth have termin
ated fatally. This is a terrible per cent
of mortality, showing that the disease is
of a very malignant type and admonishing
the people of any community to use ex
traordinary vigilance against it.
In addition to the above, there have
been a very few cases of very light var
ioloid reported, which have been cured
without other treatment than care and
attention to diet.
Just as we go to press Pitts and
Atkinson have both died, and a new case,
Henry Getchen, under treatment.
The Eugene Journal of the 16th has
The Common Council had procured a
house to be used as a small pox hospital,
should any cases occur in Eugene City.
The Odd Fellows and Masons had
united in providing a place for the re
ception and care of any of the members
of either order who might be so unfortu
nate as to be afflicted with small pox.
It was reported that lambs were being
killed by cayotes in the vicinity 'of
Eugene City. -
Henryi H. Gale, editor and proprietor
of . the Roseburg Ensign has sold his in
terest in the paper, and retired from the
business. ; -
We gather from the Ensign that in the
Abraham's case a council of seven phys
icians decided that re-amputation of the
leg was not necessary ; the operation of
the removal of a "portion of two nerves,
and a sub-cautaneous division of a ten
don" was perfumed, which relieved the
patient immediately, and Mr. A. is re
ported now to be doing well.
S. Vanard, who left Douglas county
and went to Lane, to be treated for a
tumor, was reported dead.
No small pox cases reported in or
The Salem Union Lt aires the particu
lars of a revolting murder, committed on
Monday last, in Yamhill county:
The news reaches Salem thai Presley
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unit nas Killed ins father, Mathew Hail.
Mathew nail lived in Chehalem valley.
i amain county. 'rcs ey. Hall, a man
about i,o. years cf age, tells his story
something after this stvle: Before day
light, on Monday morning last he heard
nis iattier and mother in an altercation.
He went to their room -and stopped it,
afterward, about breakfast time he heard
another racket in the room of the old
folks, he proceeded thither and found
that the oIJ nmn was whirminir his wife.
this so eniaged Press that he got a shot
gun and fired both barrels at his father.
fining him. .Press tnen ned and at
tempted to swim the Willamette river,
but changed his mind and wandered off
to McMinnville, where he stated that he
had committed a great crime and wished
to give himself up to the authorities
He would not state what he had done,
and it was not known until Tuesday that
he liaa killed his lather, i Mathew, the
murdered man, was between seventy and
eighty years of age; he removed from
South Carolina to the nemhborhood of
St. Louis, Mo., iu 1S27, and 1847 helim
migrated to Oregon, and settled in Che
halem V alley, where he has since resided.
IIoruicle Murder at Carbon
dale. From a dispatch dated Carbon-
dale (HI-), Dec. 14th, we get the follow
Our community have been in a fer
ment of exciteinentsinceyesterday, in con
sequence of the commission of one of the
foulest murders on record. John Irec-
ly, who has been a resident of our com
munity for a number of years, while in
his own house, between the hours of
midnight and daylight yesterday morn
ing, was killed by some person or persons
yet unknown. The weapon used was
evidently some edged tool, supposed an
ax. lhe back ot his head was laid open
and the brains were exposed to view.
His wife states that she was awakened
in the night by a noise in the room,
heard a blow, saw five negroes- or black
men in the room, and heard one man
propose to kill the whole family ; that
the others refused ; that she screamed,
the men fled, and that she alarmed the
The County Clerk of Marion county
issued eighty-five marriage licenses dur
ing the year 1868.
In the lower counties of Californlai the
Indians are taking the small pox.
The payments to the army during the
present year were 8123,000,000.
A correspondent asked if the brow of
a hill ever becomes wrinkled I The editor
replied : .
"The only information we can give on
that point is that we have often seen it
A mountain of magnetic iron has been
discovered in Lapland. It is sufficient
to supply the world .with magnets.
Reportoriai. Enterprise. A young
man about jumping from a train while
in motion was deterrcdV by a reporter,
who asked him for ' his naie, age, busi
ness and residence, for an obituary item.
Stockton has a dozen cases of small
A turkey weighing twenty pounds
was decapitated in Marysville on the
28th. , -
Small pox has appeared at Truckee,
At the residence of the bride's father, in Benton
count", Oregon, January 17th, 1869, by Key. R.
C. Hill, Mr. John F. Lee to Miss Francis U.
At the residence of Deputy Sheriff, B. M. Da
vis. Silver City, Idaho, f unday evening, January
10th, by James Lyman, Esq., Henry W. Millard,
of the Tidal Wave office, to Miss Annie M. Sum
On the 17th instant, in Linn county, Oregon,
Jcptha Markham, aged 87.
Illinois papers please copy.
Near Roberts' Bridge, January 16fh, 1869,
Sanford W., son of J. B. and Martha E. Roberts,
aged 2 years 4 months and 10 days.
ALBANY FIRE COMPANY NO. 1,
TO BS GIVEN AT
PARRISH' HAXX, ALBANY,
WASHINGTON'S BIRTH DAY,
'(February 2d, 1869.)
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
D. M. Thompson, N. B. Humphrey,
M. V. Brown, N. Baum,
John Parker, A.H.Marshall,
Chas. Mealey, Ira, A. Miller, ,.:
8. Kobn, A. R. Backus,
J. W. Nixon, C. Van Cleve,
Jas. L. Cowan.
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY.
R. C. Clark,
W. H. Wood,
Leo. Fox, : : -P.
A general invitation, is hereby extended.
Tickets can be procured of any member of th
Firemen are requested to appear in uniform. -Albany,
Jan. 23d, 1869.
. . corses or , "'' .
Frout and Washington Streets,
X.. T. XT. Quimby, - - - - Proprietor.
(Late of the Western Hotel.
TfHIS HOUSE is the most commodious in tho
JL State, newly furnished, and it will, be tba
endeavor of the Proprietor to make bis gnes
comfortable. Nearest Hotel to the steamboat
.255- The Concord Coach will always be fonn
at the landing, on the arrival of steamships and
river boats, carrying passengers and-tbeir bag
gajre to and from the boats frt oft h arge.
Jlouae ftipftlied Kith Patent Fire xtintuiker
Dissolution of Co-Partnership
NOTICE is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between J. E. Bent
Icy A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. E. Beiitley, Sr., will continue the business,
assuming all debts outstanding against the lata
firm, and collecting all accounts due the same.
, J. E. BENTLEY, Sr.
J. E. BENTLEY, Jr.
Albany, January 9, 18C9-18ml
PORTLAND.' OREGON,' "
DORCY & HOLMES,
THIS nOTEL IS LOCATED NEAR THE
Steamship Landing. The Hotel Coach will
be ia attendance at all tho Landings to -convey
parsengers and baggage to and from the House
FREE OF CHARGE. ja9-18
$50.00 I I
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p Y NOT BUYING BOOTS AKt SHOES
KAST & CAHALIN'S
Philadelphia Soot Store,
XO.-I12 Front Street, C
Opposite McCormick's Book Store,
SIPJEfcllVG BEOS I
THE TUCKER SPRING BED IS SAID BY
all who have used them to be the
CHEAPEST and BEST now in 0SE.
We refer with confidence to all who hare tried
them. Read the following j i .
i - - ; :
EXTRACTS FROSI LETTERS:
Eubitt House, Wahiiuftiin, Dec. 5, 1866.
Tnos. J. Fisher, Esq., Pre. Tucker Manu
facturing Co. Dear Sin : I have now in con
stant use your "lucKer latent spring Bed in
nearly all my moms, and Km gratified to write to you
that nothing could be better.
very truly your obedient servant,
C. C. WILLaRD.
" Metropolitan Hotel,
Wathing-ton, Dee. 6, 1S66.
Tnos. J. FlSiinn, Pres. Tucker Manufactur
ing Co Dear Sir : Soma two years ago tba
beds of this establishment were thoroughly refit
ted with your superior "Tucker Patent Spring
Bed," which, since then and now, have given the
patrons of this Hotel nniversal satisfaction.,
A. R. POTTS.
These beds are now manufactured, by permif
sion ol Patentee, at Albany, Oregon, and are for
sale at all the principal furnituro stores in Port
land, Salem, Albany, etc. .
For particulars address,
E. CARTER & SON.,
Dec. 28, 1868-16. I
L. E. BLAIX.
S. B. TOUMO.
J. BARROWS & CO.,
ARE CONSTANTLY' RECEIVING
Fresh Supplies or
which they , will sell
CHEAP FOR READY PAT !
TIIEY ALSO DO A
General Commission Business!
BOUGHT AND ' SOLD
Albany, Oct. 24, '68-7.
Manufacturer and Dealer
in all kinds of
FURNITURE & CABINET WARE,
. . . . ... .. ., ,
Under the "States Rights Democrat" office,