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PrBLIBBEB "kTEBT BATTRDAY BY
" COLLINS VAXC1EVE.
OFFICE OS CORNHtl OF FERBT AND ri!!ST-ST3.,
POSIT t Ws-W. rARRISn CO.S STOKE.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
A- Ynr Throe Dollar
Oho Colnnn, per Year. $103; Half Column,
$60 : Quarter Column. $S5.
Transient advertisements per Square of tcu
lines or less, first insertion, $j; each subsequent
Insertion, ?l. '
AE.B XX V BATIMiOim
HK UXDEllSIGXED WOULD RESPECT
r,.iw infiimi the citizens of Albany and vi-
ciuity that he has taken charge of this establish
ment, and, by keeping clean rooms and PJ"S
strict attention to business, expects lo hih an
thoso who may favor hiin with their patronage.
Haviug heretofore carried on nothing but
First-Class Hair Dressing- Saloons,
i expec's to give entire yatisfactioa to all.
ir.ir Childrcu and Ladies hair neatly cut and
ampooed. JOSEPH WEBBEB..
CEO. F. SETTLESVUER,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrish's New Iluildintr. Ilrst StrcetJ
jpDrugs and Mcdiciues,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure and of the- best
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany, Oct. 17, lS'JS-Otf
ODI 'EiL,0VSHlp AS IT IS.
It seeim to-be the general opinion of
the unitiated,jor the world at large, that
Odd. Fellowship is in. renlity a mutual
insurance society, from whoso Jund any
member may receive , under certain con
siderations, inj proportion to tho amount
of his semi-annual assessments ; and
whose cfiaeersj, from the highest to the
lowest, 1111 their places of tru- without
GEO. W. GRAY, D. . S.,
(NRAR.UATE OF THE CINCINNATI DEX-f-
tat College, would invite nil persons desiring
artificial teeth, and first-class dental operations,
to Rive hira a call.
pecynens of Vulcanite Bu?e with gold-plate
linings, and other new styles of work, may be
seen at his office, in Parrish & Co.'s brick, (up
stairs) Albany. Oregon.
Residence Corner Second and Baker sts. 2
D. II. RICE, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
-jfV F I C E 0 N SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN
5i- Albany, September 19, 0S-2tf
E. F. Russell,
ATTORNEY asd COUNSELLOR at LAV,,
Solicitor in Chancery and Real Ettate Agent
Will practice in the Courts of the Second, Third,
and Fourth Judicial Districts, and in the Supreme
Court of Oregon.
- Office in Parrish's Block, second story, third
door west of Ferry, north side of First st. 1 1
' t&Special attention given to the collection of
Claims at all points in the above named Districts.
F. A. AVINTEU, HAVIXU PURCHASED
formtrly belonging to A. B. Pax tun, is prepared
from "C-.trte dc YUite" up to life size. Alio.
AMBROTYPES & "SUN PEARLS!"
Any person who hm hah card pictures made
era siueo tho Gallery burned down (1863) can
get pictures from tho negatives at the rate of
force dollars per odko. '
Having ha'I cieT.t years experience m tho bus
iness, I believe that I tan insure to give satisfac
tion. J. A. WINTER.
Albany, Sept, 10, XS6S-2;f
C. r-OWElX. I FLISX.
: Powell & Flinn,
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and Solicitors in Chancery,
(X.. Flinn, Notary Public,)
Albany, Oregon. Collections and conveyances
promply attended to. 1
W. t. ITABIDEI.. F. M. REDFIELD.
. XXiltabidel & Co.,
TkEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PRO-
JLf visions, Wooe and Willow Ware, Confec
tionery. Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Notions, etc.
Main street, adjoining the Express ofnee, Albany,
W. W. PARISH. J. C. HHDI5H1U.
; W. W. Parrish & Co
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
- in Ganoral Merchandise, Albany. The
best Goods at the lowest market prices. Mer
chantable Produce taken in exchange. 1
E. A. Freeland,
-r BALER IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
I f School. Miscellaneous and Blank Books,
. Stationerr. Gold and Steel Pens, Ink, etc., Post-
office Building. Albany- Oregon. Books ordered
from Kew York and San Francisco. 1
S. XX. Clauffhton,
TkTOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT. Office in tho Post Office building,
" 'Will attend to making Deeds and other convey
. anees, also to the prompt collection of debts cn-
trusted to my care. -i
E. . TOUKO
BARROWS. . t. BLAIS. - , B
J. Barrows & Co.,
NESERAL AND COMMISSION MER-
1JT chanU. - Dealers in Staple, Dry and Fancy
Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery
Boots and Shoes; Albany, Oregon.
Consignments solicited. 1
C BXealey & Cou,
Tn "ANUFACTUREKS OF AND DEALERS
iI in U kinds of Furniture and Cabinet
Ware, First street, .Albany.
4. H. K1TCHELL. " i. X. DOLPH. A. SMITH.
mitchcll, Dolph & Smith,
ATTORNEYS ahd COUNSELLORS at LAW
Solicitors in Chancery and Proctors in Ad
miralty. Office over the old Post Office, Front
Ureet, Portland, Oregon. ,;. I
Albany Weekly Hegtsfer
Firit Hreet, (oppotite ParrUh 4c Co.'b store,) '
AlbaHy s t s Oregon,
AVliJG a very fair assortment of material
we are prepared to execute, with neatn
dispatch, aU kinds of . ; -
-- " aft S
.: . Cards, , -Ball
. . Labels.
:. , , , ... Blanks
i j . of -all kinds,
at as low fijrurea as a da regard to taste and good
wora win auww. n ju nui anytnlng in
tb printing line, cH t Reoister office.
G ood Iictiii'es I
MADE IX CLOUDY WEATHER 1
J. A. WINTER.
Oct 3i. isr.s-stf
rVcw ColiiEsabsaci Hotel,
Nos. 118, 120 and 122 Front street.
PORTLAND, : : . OREGON.
ED. CARNEY, PROPHIETOR.
The Largest, Best and most Convenient
Hotel in Portland!
Located in the center of business and near all
tho steamboat landings.
Board and Lodging'
From one to two dollars per day according to tho
tt3T Rooms ncwlv furnished and well ventu-
ated. Superior accommodations for families.
3rSf The New Columbian Holel Coach will be
in attendance at all the landings to convey paa-
sengersand baggage to and from this Hotel
17 Jz3S Free ot Charge ! -Ti5i 69
FARMERS ! 1EI !
ALL HAVING MACHINERY !
THE ALBANY LARD OIL FACTORY has
resumed operations, and ia prepared to furn-
by the quantity. Different grades aro kept on
band for sale, at different prices.
Tho No. 1 Grade is Warranted to be
strictly Pure !
Orders from abroad respectfully solicited.
All o dcrs should bo accompaniod by the
Cash "or Soap wnll be paid for Pure Lard
and rancid or scorched Grease, delivered at the
McCOBD & GEORGES.
Albany, Jan. 2, 1S69-17
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Nos. 416 and 418 California Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
Cash Capital, in Gold Coin, T50,000.
Deposit In Oregon, 50,000.
Losses Promptly and Equitably Adjusted.
TUIS COMPANY having complied with the
. laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to enect insur
ance against Loss or Damage by -t ire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
GUSTAVE TOUCHAKD, Pres.
CHAS. D. HAVEN, Sec'y.
W. W. Parrish 6c Co.,
Agents for Albany.
Albany, January 8, 1869-18
Importer and Dealer in the choicest brands of .
HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Chewinc 9c Smoking' Tobacco,
Pipes, Stems, Snuff, Playing Cards, Stationery,
Cutlery and Notions, , .
. '"T latStreeti,:,....:
Cor." Morrison, opposite Western Hotel,
Goods at Wholesale or Retail.'- -
Country orders carefully put np. at lewest
merely for tho honor and
of advancing tho cause.
So far as concerns the higher or Grand
Lodge officers, their salaries in most cases
are quite liberal.
The great fabric of Odd Fellowship,
which is rapidly becoming so gigantic in
its proportions, whose stately temples and
princely hall are to he seen in almost
every village of any consequence in this
broad land, from Atlantic's storm-beaten
coast to the geutlo fclopes of tho grand
Pacific, and ivhosc membership, number
dredrj of thousands and composed
of almost all jclasses of men, now stands
a monument of such imposing grcatuc5F,
that even its j great founder in his wildest,
dreams never could have anticipated, nor
could he now recognize in tha bearded,
blustering mauhood of Odd ' Fellowship,
the modest youth with whom he parted
years ago,' so great has been the change.
The open-hearted, sympathetic and be
nevolent earnestness of youth is succeed
ed by the pride and selfishness of maturcr
It is an old saying that money makes
the man , and it is a saying that holds
good in almost every organization known
to man, and especially will it hold good
in Odd Fellowship. Money is the sure
foundation of its superstructure, and t lie
laws requiring its payment are as iccxer
able as late.! That brother whose only
sin is poverty, and whose inability to I
pay the required sum annually assessed
against himi is cut off from the privileges
of his lodge and the companionship of
his tellowsj although he may, m more
prosperous days have contributed hund
reds of dollars to the building up of the
order and the acquisition of property to
his louvre, i
Benevolence and Chaiity, how sadly
ana unmerciiuily are you belied ; how
o!ten are your benefactions directed from
the high and noble mission of relieving
the unfortunate and distressed, and pour
ed into concrs already full to overflowing.
Many lodges, while very strict m re
quiring the paymeut of dues, even from
a brother id reduced circumstances, will
not hesitate to give some grand present
to a rich officer who by his wealth has
attained to;a,lugh position in the order.
Thus it is tho very object of the associa
tion is lost sight of. To relieve tho dis
tressed, visit the sick, bury the dead, and
educate the orphan, was the grand mis
sion of Odd Fellowship instituted.
Lodges in their character take form
from the. characters of the men who rule
them. Many lodges are ruled by whole-
souled men whose sympathyies when
aroused, by being brought face to face
with the ueedy and destitute, do not hes
itate to releive, with alacrity, the wants
of their brother, whilst other" lodges arc
ruled by entirely) different characters.
Men whose sole aim seems to be the
financial success of the lodge and their
own aggrandizement ; who make it a rule
to collect ! to the utmost farthing, and
never to vote benefits to; a sick brother if
the brother can possibly get along with
out. Many good men are driven from
the order by the grasping and illiberal
disposition of their respective lodges,
who reserve to themselves the right to
give or withhold that which rightfully
belongs toj a sick or distressed brother,
ignoring all claims he may chance to pre
sent by reason of the fraternal ties which
bind him to the order.
The character of the order for its prin
ciples of benevolence is such that very
many, through pride, never present their
claims i for benefits in person, trusting
wholly to the action of their lodge and
and the justice of their claims upon it.
And the consequence is that the money
which ought to have been paid out in its
proper place, is retained in the lodge
fund, thereby working a grievous injus
tice to very many excellent men, who
have contributed hundreds of dollars to
that fund, but-in sickness or adversity
have never received to the amount of one
dime as an acknowledgment even of their
membership in the order, to say nothing
of those rights for which they have paid
, Every pdd Fellow should remember
the solemn admonition contained in the
teachings' of true Odd Fellowship, and
that Charity, which is said to cover "a
multitude of sins, should begin at home,
in your own lodges. You need no far
fetched objects on whom to bestow your
benetactions. oearcn your own circles
and you will no doubt find ample oppor
tunity : for benefitting each other and
thereby forwarding the great work of
reformation in the practical workings of
the principles ot .Odd fellowship.
Albany, Feb. 8th, ISU'J. ,
. "William, thee knows I never call any
body names; but, "William, if the Mayor
of the city were to come to me and say,
"Joshua J I Want thee to find me the big'
gest liarla all Philadelphia.";.: I would
come to thee and put my hand on thy
shoulder? land say to thee' "William, the
mayor wants to eeo mee - -
Charleston ' complains bitterly of the
cold weather. -
Use diligence, industry, integrity and
proper - improvement of time, to make
farming pay. ; "
Do not keep more live stock on your
farm than you'ean' keep well.
IXou3c all thiugVas much as possible
animals, utensils and crops.
Pell when you can get a fair pi ice, and
do not store for rats and speculators.
Tho more comfortable you can keep
your animals, the more they will thrive.
A good" cow is i a valuable machine j
the more food she properly digosts, the
greater the prolit. :
A few loots daily to all the stock are
as welcome as apples to boys and gil ls.
lion bhoes or fleds la?-t a lifetime.
drs." which he inatantlr struck in tOIlTLA N D ADVERTISEMENTS"?
erai places with his shiilalah, causing the
eggs to break and stream from her crin
oline in nil rlitwftirma Tt, 1, I W. II. SEWALI..
.... - . -. 1 II& bUCkb VUll Ui
better imagined than described. Mrs
Jones did not stop to onvr an explanation,
but left the store s fast as proocliing
power provided hy Dnnic Nature could
GEO. B. COOKi
carry her. ,S' Jotiis JlnmbVcau.
The Yamhill Courier of last week has
eight or ten columns devoted mainly to
tho inquiry, "(JSn a State secede V . The
editor concludes it can't.
negro race constinues one-filth of
the population oi the United States.
Th.oy are ie:;!!y cheaper i:i the end than
wooden cues. '
Keplace all the wooden bars where you
often pass by strong gates, and then
Wonder that you didn't do so Lef'urc.
Although in draining land thoroughly
your purse may be drained, yet the full
crop.3 that follow will soon fill it again.
Always uive the s;il the fir.st meal. If
it is well fed with manure, it will feed all
else plants, animals and men.
A borrowed tool, if broken, should be
replaced by a new one. A nice sense of
honor, in such matters, is much to be
FOR THE TEETil.
Dissolve two ounces of borax in three
pints of boiling water, and before it is
cold add one teaspoooful of spirits of
camphor, and. bottle for ue. A teaspoon
ful of this mixture, mixed with ua equal
quantify oi tepid water, and applied daily
with u soft brush, preserves and beauti
fies the teeth, extirpates all tarfarous ad
hesion, arrests decay, induces a healthy
action of the gums, and makes them look
' BEEF BALLS.
Mioce finely a piece of tender beef, fat
aud lean ; mince an onion with some
boiled parsley ; add giated bread crumbs
and season with pepper, salt, grated nut
meg, and lemon peel ; mix all together
and moisten it with an egg, beaten ; roll
it into balls J flour aud fry them ia boil
ing fresh diipping. Serve them with
fried bread crumbs or with a thickened
brown gravy. r
Three cups of Indian mial, one cup of
flour, one-third of a cup of molasses, a
little salt. Mix the whole with butter
milk or sour milk, with a teaspoonful of
soda dissolved in it. Tho batter should
be rather stiff.. Bake in a quick oven.
Two tablespoonsful of butter ; ten of
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sujrar. iv oric this till wuite, tnen acta
wine and spice to taste.
Value of Reading. The following
should receive thcT careful attention of
every parent, as well as every youug man
iu the country :
A child beginning to read, becomes
delighted with newspapers, because he
reads of names and things which aro
very familiar, and ho will make progress
accordingly. A newspaper, in one year,
is worth a quarter's schooling to a child,
and every father must consider that sub
stantial information is connected with
this advancement. The mother of a fam
ily, being one of its heads, and having a
more immediate charge of children,
should herself be interested. A mind,
occupied becomes fortified against the
ills of life, and is braced for any emer
gency. Children amused by reading or
Etudy are, of course, considerate and
more easily governed. How many
I thoughtless young men have spent their
earnings in tavern or grog shop, who
ought to have been reading? How
many parents, who never spent twenty
dollars for' their families, would gladly
have given thousands of dollars to re
claim a son or daughter, who had igno
rantly and thoughtlessly fallen into temp
A LadyTqief Smothered With At
tention. A certain lady in this village
whom we shall call Mrs. Jones, because
that is not her name, has some goods
stored in the cellar of one of our stores.
A few days since she visited the cellar
with the evident intention of obtaining
some articles, and while there one ot the
clerks had occasion to visit it also, for
the purpose of getting a few pounds of
butter tor a customer, lie noticed that
tho lady i in question stood close to a
quantity of eggs, and that her crinoline
had assumed undue proportions. lie ap
parently paid no attention to her, howev
er, but hastened back to the store : and
informed one of his fellow clerks of what
he had accidentally discovered. Aeon
sulfation 'was immediately held, when
one ot the clerks , resolved to ascertain
the correctness of their "suppositions, viz:
that Mrs. Jones had a number ot eggs
concealed in her dress. In order to do
this, the clerk seized an axe handle
and commenced flourishing it near the
entrance to the cellar. As soon as Mrs.
Jones made her appearance in the store,
the clerk addressod her thus: "Oh,
Mrs. Jones, there is a spider on your
l. Ul NOTICE!
rSlHE UXDERSTilXED LIVIKU IX XOETII
ji Brownsville, have lor sale or rent a
with all that pertnius to a tlallery of ordinary s'xe.
This is a good location fur a gallery, there bc
i!! no other tlallery wit'iin fii'teen miles f this
place.. Tho Gallery is in good running order.
?jCJ Terms of alo or rent cary!
Apply by letter or in rerson t
ROWLAND & LIXDER. .
Brownvi"ih Ftbvuirv 1, 18C9-3n22.
fiscal Eistate. lisr. Sale !
mriosf),wiio desire to purchase a
H pood Lathed and plastered
Sew Frame Dwelling House, ,
two stories iu hight, kitchen- and wood-shed at
tached, with private barn, well situated in tho
city of Albany, will do well to call, without dehxy,
on KtSSliLli & JihklKS.
Aluapy, Oct. 17, '68-6 Real Estate Agts.
ATTORXBT AT LAW.
RUSSELL ct ELiEMS,
(OiBco in PurrUh & Co.'a bloek, First street.)
Tivt'Ci'. Tirrv TVTd f-t r v Tr vv r
I I SHIP James Ei.kixs, Esq., cx-Clcrk 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 Probata business.
Deeds, Bonds, Contracts and Mortgages care
fully 'drawn. ,
Homestead and Pre-emption Papers
mad?, and claims secured.
Sales of Real Estate negotiated, and loans
effected on collateral securities on "reasonable
Ail business entrusted to them faithfully and
RUSSELL A ELKIXS.
Albany, Oct. 10, '63-5y
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Income for 1S07 2,203,808 00
Xo extra cbarffo for traveling to and from thf
xtlantic etates, Europe, Oregon, or tho Sandwicl
Cash distributions of 1867.
Total suTplu dividend
Losses paid in 1867...
Total losses paid
All Policies non-forfe?ting, and governed by the
non-forfeitmg law ot Massachusetts,
Policy holders the only persons who receive divi
de"ds in this Company, which aro declared
and paid annually ; first dividend avail
able at tho payment of the second
annual premiun.s. All Policies
remain in force as long as
there is any surrender
A'O FORFEITURES !
This old and popular Company, (tho oldest Mu
tual Life Insurance Company in tnis
country) insures at the low
est possible rates.
Frairt street : s ; Portland, Oregon.
THE UXDERSTGXED, HAVING FUK-
hiised this well known IIoteL are now pre-
paieu to oner tue traveling puDlic Doner acouiu
modations than can be found elsewhere in the
Hoard and Lodging $2 Oi) per day.
The Hotel Coach will be iu attendance to con
vey I'u'sengers nn l brggago to and from tue
Hotel free vf rltarije. s -
EE W ALU tOUk.
Office Oregon & California Stage Company, B.
1). Y iiiTnnor.su, Agent. . , t 2tf
TS THE OXLY ESTABLISHMENT IS
A. Oregon that is thoroughly prepared to do all
the different stj'les of work in the art. Photo
graphs from card to life sisse. Tho new cabinet
cards, Ac, Ac. Pictures enlarged, retouched in
India ink, painted in water-colors, by Mrs. S. J..
Rumsey. Pictures that aro fading can be repro
duced in this way. Negatives carefully preserved!
so that additional copies may be bad nt any time
. i . JOSEPH UUCJUTEL. .;.
Portland, Oregon. . . . . ' ' .
OfEEUOJST SEE STORE.. .
PRODUCE AND COMMISSEQNT
W A TIEEOTTSB I
Consignments of Produce solicited .: ,
St. E. CUATFIEED,
(Opposite tho Western Hotel,)
PORTLAND, OREGON. 3i
Established Seventeen years!
s. j. Mccormick, ,
FRANKLIN E00R STORE,
Fire-proof Eriek Building, 105 Front streot, "
Portland : : : Oregon.
Importer and Dealor in every description of
STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS,
violins, . , r :
and all kinds of musical instruments,
Sheet Music, Instruction Books, ; . v
Church Music Books, Bass Violj Guitar,
and Violin Strings, -. ,
Toy s Cheap Publications,
Miscellaneous Books, Globes, Presses, .
and every other Article in tho above line.
Importing my stock from New York direct, I can
sell to country dealers, farmers and
others at San Francisco
Wholesale Prices. ;
The stability of this Company, with its past his
tory, increasing capital and business, aud the sat
isfactory manner in which it has discharged its
r.bli-rntions in the vast, are euaran'cer for the
future such as far-seeing aud careful men require I Agent for all the leading Newspapers and Alagsv
in their investmcuts,
Persons generally, who thoroughly understand
the workings of Life Insurance; aro anxious to
avail themselves of its equitable provisions. .
Full information will be given to thoso who
desircftt the Agency.
Home Office, 39 State Street, Boston.
Pacific Branch Offices, j
302 Montgomery Street, San Francisco,
Room 3. Carter's Building, Portland, Oregon,
EVCRSON & HAINES, General Agts.
MJSSELE. & XZLKINS, Agts,
Albany, September 19, 1868-2y
NO MORE niGH PRICES FOR ALBANY
Comc and buy Goods at prices of 18G0..
J. E. BENTLEY, SEN.,
HAVING RECEIVED FROM SAN FRAN
cisco, by latest shipments, the largest stock of
Boots and Shoes ! '
Consisting of the following lines of Goods :
Gents' Fine Sewed Boots",
Gents' Fine Pegged Boot3,
Boys and Children's Boots,
.Ladies and Misses Boots,
Kid Congress Gaiters, ;
And Children's 'Gaiters,
Rubber Over-Shoes, and
Shoes of all Descriptions.
Gentlemen's Boots Blade to Order!
On short notice ; and with neatness and dispatch,
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE!
Sole and Upper Leather for Sale
At the lowest figures for Cash. Give me a calf
and see for yoursclve ? 2tf
sines published in the United States or Europe.
: Full catalogues sent on application. '- , : " .
;. 1868...,' :: '. '
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