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PVCL1SIIKD KVEKY S1TFRDAT BT
COLLI NS VANCLEVE.
orricE os cdrneu or fekuy and fiiist-sts.,
OPPOSITE W. W. PAKRISU A CO.'s STOKE.
TERMS IX ADVANCE.
One Year Three Dollar
Sis .Months Two Dollar"
Siui'te CojH.e Ten Cents
Ono Coliitin. per Year. $100 ; Half Column.
$60; Quarter Column,
Transient advert iscruents per Square of ten
linus or loss, lirst inaoi tion, v! ; each subsequent
AfISATVV I3.VT1I IB t ft 35.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD KESPKCT
fully inform tU-- citizens of Albany an I vi
cinity thnt he has t:.kci. charge of tUis i stablieh
uij:it, ami, by kcpiuir clean rooms and paying
strict attention to businefs, cipocts to suit ull
those who may favor him with their patronage.
IlaviQg heretofore carried on nothing but
First-Class XXair Dressing- Saloons
ho expee's to give entire satisfaction to all.
fiir Childiou ami Ladies liair iiouiIt cut and
shampooed. JOSEPH WEiiEEU.
GEO. W. GRAV, X. . S.,
(1 HADV ATE OF THE CINCINNATI DEN
IT tal College, woulJ invite all persons desiring
artificial teeth, and first-class dental operation,
to ;rive hint a call. i
Specimens of Vu'eauite Base with gold-plate
linings, ami other new styles of work, may be
eeen at his oUicc. in ParrUh. &, Co.'a brick, (tip
stairs) Albany, Oregon.
ResMenee Corner Second and Raker sts. 2
. IS. KICK, -M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEQN,
,FFICE ON SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN
Albany, September 19, 6S-2ff
E. F. Russell,
A TTOR.NET asp COUNSELLOR at LAW,
J Solicitor in Clmnreru und Jlenl Etnte A'enl
Will practice in tha Courts of the Second. Third,
and Fourth Judicial Districts, and in the Supreme
Court of Oregon.
Office in Pnrrish's Block, second story, third
door west of Ferry, north side of First st. II
S.Special attention given to the collection of
Claims at all points in the above named Districts.
i. C. POWELL.
Powell & Fliiin,
ATTORNEYS Jfc COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and Solicitors in Chancery,
(I. Flinn, Notary Public,)
Albany, Oregon. Collections and conveyances
promply attcuJoi to. 1
W. J. H1TABIDEL.
F. M. BEDFIELD.
Ililtabidcl & Co.,
TTkEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PRO
jj visions, Wood and Willow Ware, Confec
tionery, Tobaeeo, Cigars, Pipes, Notion, etc.
Main street, adjoining the Express otiiec, Albany,
TV. W. PARISH. J. C. SEJDEKH1LI.
TV. W. Faxrish St Co,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in Genoral Merchandise, Albany. The
best Goods at tUo lowest market prices. Mer
chantable Produce taken in exchange. 1
S3. A. Freeland,
TTfcEALER IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
School, Miscellaneous and Blank Books,
Stationery, Gold and Ste.l Pens, Ink, etc.. Post
office Building, Albany, Oregon. Booka ordered
from New York and San Francisco. 1
S. XX. Claughtan,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT. Office in the Post Office building,
Will attend to making Deeds and other convey
ances, also to the prompt collection of debts en
trusted to my care. . 1
J. BARROWS. L. BLAIX. 8. E. YOl'NC.
J. Barrows & Co.,
GENERAL AND COMMISSION MER
cbanls. Dealers in Staple, Dry and Fancy
Goods, Oroceries, Hardware, -Cutlery, Crockery,
Boots-and Shoes; Albany, Oregon.
Consignments solicited. 1
C. Ittcaley & Co,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS
in all kinds of Furniture and Cabinet
Ware, First street, Albany.
i. B. MITCH B I. L.
1. N. DOLPD.
ItlitchelL Dolph St Smith,
ATTORNEYS asd COUNSELLORS at LAW,
Solicitors in Chancery and Proctors in Ad
miralty. . Office over the old Post Office, Front
street, Portland, Oregon. I
. Albany Weekly Register
Firet ttreet, oppotite ParrUh Co.' a store,)
Albany s s s Oregon.
HAVING a very fair assortment of material
we are prepared to execute, with neatness
and dispatch, all kinds of ., ,
a?x..aix:xr .ajsru ap-ajxreT i
such as .
Iland-hills, ' ' " "' t
, Bill-heads, . .
. ; . . .S,,Jlanh
of all kinds,
at as low figures as a due regard to taste and good
work will allow. -When you want anything in
the printing lino; call at the Bisiikb office.
CEO. F. 3ETTLEIVIIER,
(Susccusor to D. W. WakeSeld,)
Parrlsh's Sew IJnUdiiiw, First Street,
mm, oils, glass, etc.
All r.r tides warranted pure and of tbo bc?t
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany, Oct. 17, lS08-6tf
T m a. insi
. A. W I 1'KK, UA 1.NU rillCHASEl)
formerly belonging to A. B. Paxton, ia prepared
from "Carle de VUitc" up to life size. Also.
A&DROTYPES &. "SUN PEARLS!"
Any person who has had card pictures made
here since the Gallery burned down (1S63) can
get pictures from the negatives at the rate of
three dollarsjpcr dozen.
IIa.'ing hafl eight years' experience in the bus
iness, I belie've that I can insure to give satisfac
tion. J. A. WINTER.
Albany, Sept. 19, l$SS-2tf
G ood Pictures X
MADE IN CLOUDY WEATHER 1
J. A. WINTER.
Oct 31, ISRS-Stf
ZVcct Columbian Hotel,
N s. 1 IS, 120 aud 122 Front afreet,
FOIZTZ.ASID, : OREGON.
ED. CARNEY, PROPRIETOR.
The Larg-eat, Best and mott Con venient
SXotcl in Portland!
Located in the center of business and noar all
the cteambout landings.
Board an I Lodging-
From one to two dollars per day according to the
Rooms newly furnished and well ventil
ated. Superior accommodations for families.
JjST- The New Columbian Hotel Coac'" will be
in attendance at all the landings to convey pas
sengers and bajrgago to and from this Hotel
17 e-Free oi Charge! 6
ALL HAVING MACHINERY !
HE ALBANY LARD OIL FACTORY has
resumed operations, and is prepared to furn-
by the quantity. DitTrent grades are kept on
hand for sale, at different prices.
The No. 1 Grade is Warranted to be
strictly Puro !
Sf Orders from abroad respectfully solicited.
,0"-All o.ders should be accompanied by the
Cash or Soap will he paid for Pure Lard
and rancid or scorched Grease, delivered at the
McCORO Sc GEORGE.
Albany, Jan. 2, 18C9-17
FIRE AAD MARINE INSURANCE.
Kos. 416 and 418 California Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
Cash Capital, in Gold Coin, $750,000.
Deposit In Oregon, 9)50,000.
Bosses Promptly and Equitably Adjusted.
THIS COMPANY baring complied -with the
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damage bv Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
liberal terms. . " -
GUSTAVETTOUCnARD, Pres. i
CHAS. D. HAVEN, Sec'y. , ,
W. W. IarrIi & Co.,
Agents for Albany.
Albany, January 9, 1869-13
Importer and Dealer in the choicest brands of 7
HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Chewing- & Smoking' Tobacco,
Pipes, Stems; Snuff; Playing Cards, Stationery,
. . ' ; Cutlery and Notions, . , .
- f . No 11T Front Street,
Cor. Morrison, opposite Western Hotel,.
Goods at Wholesale or RetaiL'ttSS.
Country orders carefully put np, at lowest
SATlUtDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1809.
STATE AGRICULTU11AL SOCIETY.
The following business, transacted by
ihe Board of Managers of the State Ag
ricultural Society, in January last, is fur
nished! the Portland Oreyonian, by Hon.
John Wiuto :
This body met at Salem on the 27th
and deliberated until the evening of tltc
20 th, and adjourned after having passed
upon many matters deemed necessary to
the future welfare of the Society, and
some of which are calculated to intiaence
interests which are not confined to the
Society or its members.
The; members of the Board present at
the uieetiug were:.-t Thomas Smith,
President of the Society. TV L. David
son, YV"m, Elliot, J. II. Jloores, J. W.
Lewis,! J II. Douthit, A. J. Dufur and
G. J. Basket.
Other members of the Society, several
of whom were present by invitation,, took
part and assisted in the proceedings,
which were had in the following order
aud in' accordance with motions u-ade.
Officers were called upon for reports,
to which call J. II. Moores, Treasurer,
and Ei M. Watte, Recording Secretary,
made their reports, which were received
and adopted. The Corresponding Sec
retary,' 0. N. Terry, submitted no re
The! Board then proceeded to fix the
time for holding the oeit annual f;rir;
and Monday, Sept. 20th, was agreed up
on for! the day of couimeucemeut ro
hold six days.
A. J. Dufur, Rev. O. Dickinson, and
J. Q. Thornton were appoiutfd a Com
mittec to examine the statistics collected
by a Committee that the former meeting
of the Board had appointed. These gen
tlemen: giving a very - favorable report,
and advising a continuance of collecting
more and the publishing of the same for
distribution both in our State and through
the Atlantic and Western States, the pub
lication of 5,000 copies was resolved
An Executive Committer of three, J.
II. iHoores, J. W. Lei., and Dattiel
Clark were elected.
T. L. Davidson, J. W. LewU, rwid Joo.
Minto, was elected a Comuiifl on Fi
nance. I .
J. II. Moores, O. Dtekioson and
Delos Jeiferson were elect-i Committee
Committees were appointed to revise
the premium lists, ma iy of which were
increased and some new premiums added.
The most noteworthy perhaps, are in
class 10, devoted to millinery, knitting,
sewing, etc., a silver cup valued at 310
is offered to each lady who shall succeed
in taking six or more first premiums.
A. L. Stinson, D. C. Ireland and J.
Q. Thornton, were appointed a Commit
tee to prepare a letter asking the influ
ence of our Senators and Representatives
in Congress in order to procure an ap
propriation of an amount sufficient to
cover the expense of surveying the lauds
lying 6u the Crooked river, east of the
Cascades, and on the Nehalem aud other
streams in Clatsop couuty.
The work of the Committee was adopt
ed and the letter forwarded by the Cor
responding Secretary. This section wus
taken in order to facili'ate the location of
lands jdonated to ths State for the en
dowment of an Agricultural Cullcge in
one body as near as may be.
David Froman was elected Chief Mar
shal on the Fair grounds, for the next,
fair, and Richard Duval Chief Marshal
inside the Pavilion.
The j Superintendant3 of clais were
designated as follows :
Class 1 E. B. Dufur, of Portland ;
Class 2 Nos 1 aud 2, Joseph Magone,
Oregon City ;
Class 2 Nos. 3 to 5, Joreph Younjr,
Ea;ile Creek, Clackamas county ;
Class 2 No. G, M.L. Savage, Salem;
Class 2 Nos. 7 aud 8, John Dice, In
dependence. Polk county ;
Class 3 F. R. Smith, Salem ;
1 Class 4 Nimrod Price, Albany ;
Class 5 Peter Rynearson, Oregon
Class G John Downing, Sublimity ;
: Class 7 S. M. Pennington Lebanon j
Class 8 P. M. Edwards, Portland ;
Class 9 Luelling, Milwaukie ;
Class 10 DW. Jones, Saletu ;
Class 11 D. D. Tomkins, Oregon
City. ! .
.Class 12 John Millard, Albany .
"Class 13 C, A- Reed, Salem ;
Class 14 T. L. Davidson, Salem ;
Class 15 Dr Geisy, Aurora.
The! Board then proceeded to adopt
the proposition of A. L. Stinson for the
publication of a paper devoted to the ag
ricultural interests of tho State.
The Executive Committee was instruct
ed to take measures to procure an abund
ant supply of water at the fair grounds,
and if j deemed practicable, to do so by
procuring the boring of an artesian well.
A resolution, recommending the pa
per to be published for the purpose of
rostering tne laoor interests oi tne estate
and adjoining Territories to the patron
age'of.thepublic was adopted. , .
-The; following resoluti n was adopted
and the Corresponding Secretary request
ed to communicate to tho press :
i Resolved, That this Board, in behalf
ot the Oregon btate Agricultural Society,
denounce as a caricature the description
of Oregon on page 364 of the Monthly
Report of the Department of Agriculture
for Ottjber, 1868.
' We hold it to be untrue that ice has
formed one-half inch thick on the 7th
and 9th of May, 18G8, in the Willamette
Valley. - We also deny the truth of the
same statement as applies to the 7th and
9th of September ; also the statement
in regard to the fruit crop, and hold that,
t"-at referr'.ng to the darkness occasioned
by the smoke is such as truth will not
The foregoing is an outline of the
most important matters considered by
the Board. It may be worth while to
take a second look at some of these ac
tions, and the motives of them. Five
thousand copies of sfati.-tical and other in
formation for distribution amongst the
emigrating population of the Atlantic
side. Fifty thousand cc'ies would be a
good investment of money, and might
have been doue at this time if our model
legislature would have aided the Society
to the amount of 1,000, but that was re
fused. The action relating to a survey
of public lands properly belongs to the
Legislature, but as that body has done
its best to insult Congress and our Sena
tors, the Soe:efy evidently stands the
best chance of success. The artesian
well project is adopted with a view to
settle the question of practicability of
getting water by that means iu this val
ley. VAKIOUS ITEMS.
'When is old chevae li'ae the Amovlcaa
dollar? When it is all-miety.
Ttix Man. "lloy, what's that
hunjrr looking dog following rue for?"
Ins;iiix(; Boy. lie thinks you
ar a bone, I reckon.
Another Englirh clergyman's daughter
ha mrr:d hrr father's coathmau. S?ie
brings him 250,000. ;
Jotic? that irrast have been Brown
thirt passed. Wondvr why h didn't
speak? O. I re u ember. I Irnt h:u 2ve
shillings the last time I saw him.
The bert toast of the season was, we
believe, fivt-n by a- typo short tfie
.incc, viz : Woman the rdirion is targe,
and no man should be without a copy."
Th following is a true copy of a letter
received by a schoolmaster:
"Sur, as you are a man of noT-'ige, I
intui to inter my son ii your sal."
Two politicians of Syracuse,- lst on
recent election, a lo.f of bre-jd which
contained half a b;rrl oF Sour. " It j
kiiaded by the 1 - r, and givn to a
widow who alo needed it.
A club of bipiced husWn-ls ' meet
one week in an E.-terti ciy, tKat
mtiing Win their only day fVr cfjoy
iiiut t:d re:t. When thy adjourn t?ey
call it te rising ct' the tied.
Squ:lkl Beggar Pry, sir, take pity
on a miserable wretch. I have wife
and six children.
Gnt My poor fllo, acpt rtif
heaitfelt sympathy o have 1.
An eccontric clergyman lit?ly said
in one of his sermons, tnat ''al.ut tho
commonest proof e haveJhat mn is
made of clay, is the brick so often found
in hi hat !''
Heller has a now triek in h London
entertainment. He cxtr cts a yonc
I airy sixteen yars of uf-s from a s:!k hat.
and exhlbi's her as the "jjirl of tho
period" ol the Saturday Review.
Owe day, t a frn-house, a wag saw
! old gobbler trying to cat the strings
of some iiiht caps th t lay ow the u-riwud
to bleach. "That," said he, "is what I
call iutrodueiitg cotton ito Turkey."
"What's the matter, Cfnclo Jerry?"
naid Mr. , as old Jeremiah R
was pacing by, growling most ferociously.
''Matter!" said the old man, stopping
short; "why I've LeQ lugging water
all tlw morning lor Dr. C
s wile to
wash with, aud what d'ye ypose 1 gut for
"Why, I suppose about ten crnts."
"Ten cents ! She told me the Doctor
would pull a tooth for me some time."
Josh Billings, in his advice to a young
lady as ts how she shall receive a pro
posal, says : "You ought tew take it kind,
looking down hill with an expreshun
about half tickled and half scairt. Afte
the pop is over, if jure lover wants to
kiss yew, I don't think I would say yes,
or no, but let the thing kinder take its
Old Fritz, who raised pigs and cabbage
in Nnpa county, California, appeared be
fore Judge 11 as a witness. "
"What is your name?"
"Veil, I calls myself Fred, but may be
so I don't know it is Yawcup. You
see, Shudge, mine muddcr she have two
little poys; one of dem was me and one
vas my! broder or one vas uiy broder
and tudder was me, I don't know rich;
and I vas shust so old as mine brudder
vas young, or mine brudder vas shust so
old as me, I don't know vich, and mine
ruudder she den't; and one of us vaa
named Fred and de oder Yawcup, or one
named Yawcup and tudder Fred, I don't
knew vich, and oue of us got died but
mine mudder she never could tell
wedder it vas ine or mine brudder vot
died, so Shudge, I docs not know wedder
I is Fred or Yawcup, and mine mudder
Old Dr. A was a quack, and a
very ignorant one. On ono occasion he
was called by mistake to attend a coun
cil ot physicians in a critical case. After
considerable discussion the opinion was
expressed by one that tho patient was
convalescent. When it came to Dr.
A r's turn to speak: "Convalescent 7
said he; "why, that's nothing serious; I
have cured convalescence in twenty-four
The London Spectator calls Andrew
7ohnson "a rough on a throne."
I xne distance irom itew xoric to Ban
1 Francisco by ..railroad ia 3,430. ,.
A vein of quicksilver has been discov
ered in Solano, ccunty, seven miles from
Henry Clay's son, Theodore, is in the
Lunatic asylum, Lexington, Ky.
Since Cortcz's days, Mexico has yield
ed 83,041,452,000 in silver.
The Assessor's report show3 that there
are 209,847 houses in California.
The ten Western States have increased
their vote over a half a miliion iu four
An English paper has discovered that
the Uuited States contaius 103,500,000
A French geologist has discovered in
a valley a point where two water courses
cros3 each other. '
A Massachusetts savant writes a lng
communication to prove that A'urjust 14th
is the true Christmas day.
Cleaveland has a Woman's Christian
Association that supplies- industrious
young women with employment.
The Italian debt i now nearly .fiOOO,
000,000 sttrlim.-, on which the annual
interest i over .14,0-00,000.
About one huudrcd aud fifty members
of the British Parliament are charged
with fraudulently obtaining their election.
A new daily newspaper is soon o a.p-pea-r'in
London, the chif feature of
which will b that the writers of all its
artie'ee will sign their names to the in
According to a census just tken by
the County Assessor, the city of St.
Louis hs 20,000 inhabitants. Two
years ao the populatiun was "estimated"
In several mine in Cornwall, Knglrml,
this are gaHi irs which extn4 uler
the sea, where ths soutid of tie ies is-
clearly htard i"hen the sea i agifaed,
rolling ti, pebbles nd ftoulders over the
roeay bottom of th ocean.
A neici of Horace llrefcly i said to be
wriring newspaper letter's 1Vo:h Iuror.
PORTLAN D AD VEF.T1 SE M ENTS
W. It. SEITAIX.
GEO. B. COOK.
C0S.lI0r02.lTA IV HOTEL.
(fokxsrlt Aitmoojri's,) ; -Front
street : t i Penrtland, Oregon.
TUB rXDERPlOXED, HAVIXO PTTR--rhawd
this well known .Hotel, are now pre
).m' cl to ofi'er the traveling public better accom
inoilations than can he found elsewhere ia the
c:ty. . j; ,
Hoard and lodging 93 CO per day.
The Hotel Coaeh will be in attendance to con.
rey Pa-sens-iTs and baggngo to and from the
Hotel free of charge.
- PEWALL A COOK..
OfT;t -e Oi-p-on Cnlifornia Stage Company, B.
G. Wrr;iirrH, As"rt. f 2tf
TfS THK OXIA' ESTABLISHMENT'- IN
Oregon thnt is th'roujrhly prepared to An all
the different s:ylea of work in the art. Photo
graphs from ea'ril to life size. Tho new cabinet
cnr'ls, Ac., Ac. Pieturt-s enlarged, retouched in i
India ink, painted in waUr-f O'ors. by Mrs. S. J.
Kuin.- y. Pii tr- that are fadinp eon be repro
duced in thi wjiy. Jfepative."i carefully prewrved
so that additional envea mf be bad nt any time.
OJEiOI SEED STORE.
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
Consignments of Produce solicited.
Powerful 1Iahi "When I liel
it Maine," said Uncle Kra, "I helpd
brak up a ne piece of ground. V
pot the wood ott" ii the vitr ard e.Iy
in the spring we began to pl on't. It
wa- so eoarnd rocky, that we hod to
gt forty yoe of oxen to one pbj-. wa
did. ft':?i; aud I hrld that plo mor'n a
a week. I thought I'd die. It n
a'most killd me, I vow. Wfcy one day
I was hold'n and tho plow hit a stump
which mau red just nine fe et and a half
through, hard and sound whi:e oak. The
plow split it, and I was going straight
through, when I hapf-ened to think 't
might snap together, so I threw my feet
out, and had no Hooner done this then it
snapped together, taking a smart hold of
the swat of my pantaloons. Of course I
was tight but I held on to the plow
handles, and thou.'h tho teamster did all
they coulJ, that team of eighty oxen
could not tear my pntaIoows nor caue
me to let go my grip. At lat though,
af'trr letting the eattle breathe they yot
another strong .pull together, and the old
stump come out about the quickest, u'ly
wife made the cloth for thtle pantalofn,
and I h.ven't orn tiny other kind fir.ee."
The tm !y reply mde to thU wtts: "I
hould have thought it would have come
hard ujon your suspetntors powerful
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Cash nsete fT.tfOO.OOO OP
Cash distributions of 1867 ' 62,5fl3 53
Total suplu3 diridund 2. 727. .' 73 55
Losfcs paid in lSf.7 381. BOH 00
Total looses paid 2.796,100 til)
Income for ICC?- 2,203,808 00
' No eatra eharjro for traveling to and from thr
Atlantic States, Europe, Orogou, or the Sandwiul
K. E. ??1TFIELD,
tOpposit tfee Western H-tel,)
il PORTLAND. ORKOON. S
PORTLAND, OREGON, ,
DORCY & HOLMES,
rrtllLS HOTEL 18 LOCATED NEAR THE
jj SreiunsbtM LanJiojz. The Ul Coach will
bv ia fitrendtocire at all te Landings to cod Try
pju-sirB ad b;;ae to and from the Houoe
FKEE OP CHANGE. ja9-l
rent d Wathiuea Streets.
V P. - 7, - - - - Proprieter.
(Lute of tee Hotel.)
rjfHIS HOU?? i. t!:e rnt commodious in the
i Ste'e, nc fwrei-4, aad it will be ths
niiur of th Prri,:ee to make his gc!e
cointortat-le. Nearest Hotel to tho steamboat
3 The Concor Coach will always be fonn
at tho lan:ltng. on tee arrival of stram.-hips end
river boets, carrying paMngers and thvir bftf
gape to and fn.m the boa's free nf charge.
Ifnuie nypt!ert with Pntmt fire jcfinguiker.
. ALBANY ADVERTISEMENTS.
K. P. r.LL,
ATTOHif A UV.
All Polifics non-forf'citinsr, and iroverned by the
non-forfeiting law of Masajchuetts,
Policy holders the only perrons who receive divi
de' d- in this Company, wbi;h are declared
and paid annually ; rirt Hvidend avail
able at the payment of the tec nd
annual preiuitima. All Policies
remain in force as long as
there is any surrender
NO FORFEITURES I
This old and popular Company, (the oldest 3fu
tual Life Insurance Company in this
country) insures at the low
est possible rates.
The stability of this Company, with its past his
tory, increasing r-apital and business, aud the sat
isfactory manner in wbi h it has discharged its
obligations in the past, are guaran ecs for the
future such as far-seeing and careful men require
in their investments. '
Persons generally, who thoroughly understand
the workings of Life Insurance, are anxious to
avail themselves of its equitable provisions.
Full information will be given to those who
desire, at the Agency.
Borne Office, 39 State Street, Boston.
.Pacific Branch Offices,
30a Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Room 3, Carter't Building, . Portland, Oregon,
EVERSON & HAINES, General Agte.
RUSSELL & ELKINS, Agts,
; ALBANY, OREOOJT.
Albany, September 19, 1SC8-2t
ALL those knowing themselves indebted to us
are respectfully requested to call and settle
immediately. - .
"5aa- Old account mutt he eettted. . i
";' BEACH A MONTEITH.
Albany, October 10tb, '69. : ' ,
RUSSELL & ELXINS.
(0f.- ia fjrri.-a iCo.'Motk, First street,)
TT AVINrt TAKEN INTO CO-PARTNER- .
i i SHIP Jamrs Flkiss, Esq., cx-Clcrk of
Li,m county, j ; are enabled to add to our prac
tice of Law and Collections, superior faciliti s for .
Conveyancing, Examining Records,
and attending to Probata business.
Heeds, Bouds, Contracts and Mortgages care
ful lv draen.
ttomcxtead aud Pre emption Paper
mad , and claims secured.
Sals of iif.il Estaie negotiated, and loans
c(T.c4d ob collateral sccuritiss oa reasonable
Ait linr?sa e 'trusted to them faithfully and
... " RTJSS1LL A ELKINS.
Albany, Oct. 1(, tSS-Sy
NO MORE KIOM FRIOiS FOR ALBANY
Come attd buy Goods at prices of 1860.
- J. E. BENTIeY, SEN.,
TTivtvn itrrfrvrn irinf &av in v
SB Ba w m -m-m mm m Aeve aaAe a A v 4 m & .
ijL cisco, by lutest shipmvnk, the largest stock of
Hoots and .Shoes I
Consisting of the following lines of Goods t
Gents' Fine Sewed Boots,
. Boys and Children's Boot,
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 ; nd with neatness aad dispatch.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE!
- ' ' . . t,
' Sole and Upper leather for Sals
At the lowest figures for Cash. Give we a call
and see for yourseive . tt
Heal Estate for Sale I
TnosE wno desire to purchase a
good Lathed and Plastered -
New Prime Dwelling" House,
two stories in hight, kitchen and wood-shed at.
tftched, with private barn, well situated in the
city of Albany, will do wtll to call, without rfefav.
on RUSSELL 4 ELKINS,
Albany, Oct. 17. 6S-8 Real Estate Agts, -
Ettate of J). M. Bond, deceated.
NOTICE is hereby given bj the undersigned
administrator of the above named estate, to
the creditors of, and all persons having claims
against, said deceased, to present the same, with
necessary vouchers, within six months from tkis
notice, to the undersigned at his residence, six
miles south of Peoria, Linn eounty, Oregon.
Feb. 11, I860 23 . , ... A dm.
RvusLik Et.Lj3rs. AttT.