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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1869)
saturdayTjunk i9 lsci
Tiie Glorious Fourth As will be
seen by tbo publisbed programme in to
day's paper, will be celebrated by Alba
ny Fire Company with all tbe pomp and
circumstance demanded by tbe occasion.
Let everybody turn out, that a general
good time maybe bad. -
Lost. On Friday eveninsr, the 11th
inst., a bundle containing a new , vest, of
dark "ray cloth, and a yard of tweed
clotb, the whole worth about S5, was
left for a moment ou some bundles of
shingles on Ferry street, near corner of
First. Upon the return of the owner,
Mr. John Beenier, the bundle had dis
appeared. Some one may have taken
the- bundle through a mistake, or think
ing it forgotten by the owner, have taken
care of it till the owner is heard from.
Any one having such ; described parcel,
will confer a favor on the owner by leav
ing it at this office, or sending it to Mr.
D., win lives at Boston. 4.
Goes it Alone. Chasley Mealey
will hereafter "go it alone" iu the fur
niture business, the partnership hereto
foree listing between Mealey & Plymp
ton having been dissolved by . mutual
consent. Mr. Mealey calls on all. those
indebted to the late firm to call and
niaka payment, as seo advertisement this
morning. lie has received daring the
week some new furniture in the way of
bureaus that arp beatiful, and very
cheap. Furniture of all the various de
scriptions can be obtained at his estab
lishment at reduced prices for cash.
Rotary Washing Machine. We
saw at the furniture establishment of
Mr. C. Mealey, Esq., Monday, the model
of a new invention, called a Rotary
Washing Machine. - The inventor, Mr.
Leo Burkhart, of this county, claims
that it will do a larger washing, with less
labor, better, and with less wear to the
articles so cleansed, than any other ma
chine now in use. He will apply for a
patent. Linn county is full of genius.
Runaway. A little runaway and
smash-up occurred at Corvallis on Tues
day. Mr. Fox, a tailor ot this city, and
tailor Gownsky, of Corvallis, were taking
a buggy ride, when 7 the horse became
frightened, ran. away, .Gownsky , being
thrown from the buggy, or falling out.
hurtinsr him severely. 1 he horse came
in contact with a tree, head on, with such
force as to kill him, and the buggy was
thoroughly and effectually smashed
Fox was uninjured.
Cherries. This office is indebted
to Mr. Helm, of the vicinity of Lebanon,
for some nice cherries. A branch about a
foot in length contained as much as
ouart of cherries. Another one of our
large-hearted subscibers left with us
basketful ' of Roval Ann's. For their
rememberance of us, both gentlemen
Have our thanks.
Legal. The card of Judge J. Quinn
Thornton appears in the Reqiseb this
morning. Judge Thornton's legal ability
is well known and acknowledged all over
the State, and it i3 only necessary to
state that he has opened an office in this
scity, and offers his services to the public
in attending to law .business in any of
the courts. --
Hunting Party. Dave" Froman,
City Marshal, Judge Baber, and others
contemplate starting for the mountains
abmt the 28th inst., on a pleasure and
hunting excursion. Deer and bar stand
no show when they get within range of
"Family Supporter." It will be a jolar-
ious party, without a doubtless.
How to .. Preserve Eggs. Poul
erers and -dealers have tried all sorts of
expedients for "preserving eggs, without
mord trao partial; Success. 'Nearly; one
half of all the eggs sold in the markets
during the . summer are found to be
spoiled: " To prevent loss by this, the in
iermediate dealer will give the farmers
only about half or two-thirds what .their
""3 are really told for to the consumers.
If farmers and poulterers could preserve
their eggs till,:winter.ror"roccasions of
scarcity, they could more than double
their profits. They can do it, at a trifling
expense, by ng Perk ins' patent pro
cess, for which agents are now canvassing
"this county. ??Ifc is simple, sure f and
cheap. Everybody should buy a "license
to use". 'Jlr lv,r
C amp meeting.' The' 3 ; Methodist's
bold a campraeetingat San tiam Academy,
ear Lebanon, commencing on Saturday
cext,. the 26th. ' i
Linn County Fair We publish
this morning the list of premiums offered
by the: Linn County Agricultural Asso
ciation at its foruth annual Fair to be
held at their grounds one mile south of
Albany, commencing on Tuesday, Sep
tember 28th, and continuing until Fri
day, October lst-r-four days. The list
will be found on the first page. The
premiums offered are very full and liber
al, and it is hoped that the competition
therefor, in every class, will be much
in excess of any previous Fair, resulting
beneficially to all concerned. Some of
our mechanics have already commenced
getting up work for exhibition. Hurrah
tor the t air. lhe oincers lor tne pres
ent year are : President. 1). Froman ;
Vice President, J. II. Foster ; Secretary,
A. C. Jones; Treasurer, A. N. Arnold j
Marshall, J. Nixon ; Directors. A. Hack-
emau, E. II. Griffin, D. Froman, M.
Luper. Allen Parker, J. Nixon, J. H.
Religious. The twelfth annual sess
ion of the Ceutral Baptist Association
was held with the church at McMiunville,
commencing on the 10th inst. and con
tinuing three days. After the Christian
gree:ings of the delegates, who embraced
each other with warm affection, they
were called to order by Elder R. d Hill,
the former Moderator,land after the an
nual or introductory sermon, they re
elected their former Moderator. Infor
mation from the different ? churches
indicated a degree of healthy prosperity.
Three new churches were added to the
Association, receiving the hand of fellow
ship. Some of the churches had passed
through trials and afflictions, but the dif
ficulties had been adjusted mutually, in
a magnanimous spirit. During the asso
ciational year two hundred, by experi
ence and baptism, have been added to
the church. There are now twenty-two
churches belonging to the Association.
During the meeting, the best order, with
religious feeling, spiritual enjoyment,
harmonious and fraternal co-operation
prevailed, and all realized the spiritual
presence of the Lord, inspiring hope of a
prosperous future. The christian cour
tesy of other denominations in freely of
fering the use of their churches to the
Association, and the kind reception of
the people generallj', demands the kind
est thanks of the Association.
TBS LATEST STYtXS
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods !
SELECTED WITH CARE IX TBB ,
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS,
JCST RECEIVED, AND OFFERED AT TBI
Lowest Cash Rates.
Ou First street, first door west of John Connor's
bnok, and opposite R. C. Hill A Sou's
P. C. I1AUPER.
May 16, I860-3(J
Lost or Stolen.
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY AVARNED
not to purchase any of tbe following notes
of band, executed to Samuel Wilson, at a sale
near Brownsville, Linn county, Oregon, on the ;
Zlst day of October, 1868, signed and secured as
Slsss vy anted 2
, Twenty-five Cents Per Dozen
Paid for fresh Eggs, for the next thirty days,
at R. CHEADLE'S.
No. I 1 Butter
In good demand, at the CAS 11 STORE, at
Twenty-five Cents Per Ponnd.
Albaay, May 1st, 1869-34
THE EYES 1 THE EARS I
r. T. JL. GOLDEN,
OCUUST AND AURXST,
ALBANY, : : OREGON.
T. P. Dinwiddle ...
Wm. C. Baird
You Bet She Knew. Two young
ladiea were overheard discussing the
"traits" of some young gentleman, as
"Well, I like Charley, but he's so
girlish j he hasn't got the least bit of
"I say Charley has got a beard, but he
shaves it off."
"No, he hasn't either, any more than
"I say he ha3, too, and I know ftf for
it pricked my cheek !"
And that's how she knew.
New Furniture. We inadvertently
omitted to mention la3t weck,! the recep
tion of a fine lot of new furniture at the
establishment of Mr. S. Denny, on Fitst
Street. Mr Denny is offering a fine lot
of cabinetware, etc., both of his own
make and imported, at fair living rates.
' Personal. George Settlemier, Esq ,
and lady left the first of the week on a
trip to the coast to be absent, twV or
three weeks., Mr. bcttlemiers health
has been Tather poor for some time, and
it was thought the . breezes, fresh from
old ocean, would benefit him.
Mr, Cheadle and lady arrived home
during the week. Mrs. Cheadle has
been, spending several months in San
. JULY Second. The Oregonian wants
to know why we don't celebrate the
4th some time in June. For the same
reason, we suppose, that Portlanders
didn't postpone their celebration to the
middle of August 'cos they do' want
tO.; ,- . ;, f- y ' . V'v"
Communication. We- publish this
morning an interesting letter from Mr,
David Newson. We hope Mr. N. wil
favor us and our readers often with his
observations and suuggestions.
Through the' kind attention of Hon
JEL'.W." Corbett, we are in receipt of val
uable public documents. '
New Goods. A fresh, arrival of new
goods at the Cash Store. .- Go and - ex
amine them. .
Cumtux? r: -
-What about it?
i ' .The Oregon City Enterprise of the 12th
says the Willamette Falls Canal and Lock
Company have deposited . the ; funds ,to
pay ior me enure ngui ot way, ana is as
eared that the work will be speedily com
J. H. Wilson.
Wm. C. Baird.
T. P. Dinwiddle.
T. P. Dinwiddle.
as said notes of hand have been lost by, or stolen
from, the undersigned, and he will proceed to col
lect tbe amounts of the said several notes when
A liberal reward will be paid to the person re
turning any one or all of said notes to the under
signed at Brownsville, Oregon.
Browusville, April 30, 1869-35t4 ?
House, Sign & Carriage Painter,
Paperhanging, Glazing-, Kalsomine, &c.
Country orders punctually attended to.
First street, next door to Tweedale & Co.'s.
May 8, 1869-35tf
Washing- Clothes? Without Labor.
Automatic Clothes-Washer .
Does this without any wear and tear, and does the
work in from
Twenty to Thirty Minutes!
and will fit any stove or ranee. They are used
extensively in the East, and the following will
show how they are regarded :
From the Toledo Commercial, April 22d, 1389 :
The Automatic Clothes-Washer." The new
method of washing clothes without labor as done
by tbe "Automatic Clothes Washer and Boiler,"
is attracting, as might naturally be supposed, a
good deal of attention. This remarkable machine
continues to show to astonished visitors, whose
numbers are daily increasing, how simply and
easily a large days washing can be effectually ac
complished in comparatively short tune by this
from the Cleveland flatndealer, March 12th,
1S69 : "The Automatic Clothes Washer. Noth
ing in the way of a patent has for a long time
awakened such a general interest, as the above
named invention. Washing without labor by the
mere force of heat, is a step so important and new
that it naturally excites a great deal of inquiry.
Tbe genuine merit, tbe cheapness and simplicity,
must make it an article of universal use, and those
seeking an investment cannot do; better than to
look into it. '
For sale by
JOHN CONNOR, Agent,
May 8, '69-3m35 .First street, Albany. ;
R. GOLDEN IS A SQN OF THE
noted old Opthalmic Doctor, S. C.
Dr. GOLDEN has had experience in treating
the various diseases to which tbe eye and ear are
subject, and feels confident of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves under
his care. .
Albany, April 10, 1869-31y
More than 1,000,000 Persons
Laar testimony to the'Wooderful Curative
i 1 o-e
BITTERS, if i
r OK'NEW YORK.
Annual Income 2,500,000
Surplus over Liabilities
LARGER THAST '
Any other Company .doing Business
Advantages to Insurers.
Smallest Ratio of 'mortality, i
Expenses less than any Cash Company.
Liberal modes of Payment of Premiums.
Insurers receive the Largest Bonus ever
qiven. . I
AW kinds of Kon-Forfaiting Life and
Endowment Policies Issued. '
Policies Incontestible. T
All Endowment Policies and the iVbn-
Forf citing Life Policies Non-Forfeit-able
after bne Payment. ?
The following are examples of the operations
of the last dividend: Policies issued in 1865;
only four years ago : ;
Amount Premium Added to Total Am't
Insured. Paid. Policy. - Policy.
40 $10,000 $1,280 $3,572 $13,572
35 8,000 1,022 2,343 10,848
30 7,500. 780 '2,703 10,208
25 T - 7,000 671 1 2.505' 8.505
This is an entirely new plan, giving Insurers
the largest return ever made by any Company in
the same period. -
The Company give credit whep desired, of from
33 to 50 per cent, of premiums. -
An illustration of the advantages of the credit
system as practiced by this Company, is the case
of H. C. Coe, of Yonkers, who insured his life in
this Company for $5,000, in February, 1857, pay
ing the whole premium in cash, $118 ; at the end
of the first year it was impossible for him to raise
the amount of the premium then due, in cash, and
be came to the office prepared to surrender the
policy. Being told that be could give his note
for the premium, he did so. " His death occurred
in less than seven months. His family are now
in the enjoyment of the amount insured. Had
he insured in an "all cash" Company, they would
have been left unprovided for.
, - This is, in itself, a complete refutation of the
absurd statement of ''all cash" Companies, that
it is injurious for the insurer to have the power to
give a note under any circumstances.
; C P. FEBHt", Gen. Agent.
A. J. GROSS, Special Agnt. ma8m3
2 M VINEGAR
; a Manufactured from the native eh g 0
S .2 Herbs and Roots of California, 'are
The Great Blood Purifier.
For Inflammatorv and Chronic Rheumatism and
Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious, Re
mittent and Intermittent Fevers, diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bit
ters have been most successful. Such diseases
are caused by vitiated blood, which is gener
ally produced by derangement of the Digestive
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bursting through the skin in Pim
ples, Eruptions, or Sores : cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins ;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood healthy, and all
will be well.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
r. ii. mcdoxald & co..
DRUGGISTS 4KD AGESTS,
Corner Pine and Sansome streets, San Francisco,
Cal. and Sacramento, Cal., and 34 Piatt
apr!7-69 street, N. Y. 32m6
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain Wagon Road.
To Deschuttes River i
Four Horso or Mule team.................. $1 50
Two ' i " " 3 00
One " 2 00
Ox teams, tnree yoke... 4 50
, '" 25
For every additional yoke.
Loose horses, per head
" cattle, per bead.
". sheep or hogs.........
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaied. ...........
Ilorse and rider..
To Fish take :
Four horse or mule team, each way.. 2
Two . " " . " 1
One j " " " " 1
Pack Animals, loaded......
Horse and rider
Ox team, three yoke... 2
. To Upper Soda Spring :
Four horse or mule team, out and back 2
Two " " 2
One " 1
Horse and rider, '
Loose animals, . ' ......
Ox teams the same m horse teams.
9 A. HACKLEMAN.
W. W. Parrisb, Pros
March 20, 1869-23
DEALER ' IX
L. E. BLAIM. . i 8. B. rOBNO.
BLAIN & YOUNC,
EAVISO BOUGHT ALL THE MERCHANDISE OF
jr. Barrows & Co.,
will continue the business, and they invite all to
give them s call. They will be constantly re
ceiving goods from San Franciaoo, and will keep
a general assortment of .
Aud offer Inducements to keadv pat customers.
1 BLAIN & YOUNG,
: -o '
All persons owing the firm of J. Barrows &
Co., will please call aud settle. Either member
of the firm if authorized to settle any account of
Albany, March 6, 1869-26
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
' . - -Purely
STOYES, CPOR, PARLOR & BOX,
of the best patterns !
Tin, Sheet Iron and
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
have been appointed Executors of the es
tate of Hiram Maoey, deceased, by the County
Conrt of Linn county, Oregon : That all claims
against said estate must be presented to the as
dersigned, at their residence in Linn county, duly
verified, within six months from tbo date hereof.
, " '-"-;D. C. MACEY, -
SARAH MACEY. '
Powell Fliitw, Att;ys. ' Executor.
Linn County, Oregon, May tu 189-35wA -
and the usual assortment of Famishing Goods to
: , He obtauea in !- .
Bpair ntatly mud promptly xeUd, "tfe
' ."Short reokonings, make long friends.'.' ;
rront str . Albwy.
Next door to Mansfield A Co,
.... 526,603 65
.... 2,727,673 65
.... 381.600 00
.... 2,796,100 00
Cash asiets .
Cash distributions of 1867..
Total suiplus dividend-....
Losses tiaid in 1867
'ftjtal looses paid
IndMio for 1867,
Tfo extra chartre for traveling to and from thr
Atlantic Delates, Europe, Oregon, or the aandwict
licies non-forfeiting, and governed by the
n-forfeiting law of Massachusetts.
Policy bolers the only persons who receive divi
der ds in this Company, which are declared
and pjrid annually ; first dividend avail-
abie at tbe payment of tbe second
annual premiums. All Policies
remain in force as long as
there is any surrender
NO FORFEITURES !
ThLsdRd and popular Company, (the oldest Ma
jtual Life Insurance Company in this
, country) insures at tbe low
est possible rates.
The stability of this Company, with its past his
tory, increasing capital and business, aud tbe sat
isfactory manner in which it has discharged its
obligations in the past, are guaran'ees for tbe
future sucb 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,
302 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Room 3, Carter! Building, Portland, Oregon,
EVERSON & HAINES, General Agt.
Albany, September 19, lS68-2y
2,000,000 lbs. of Wool,
DOR WHICH THE HIGHEST MARKET
tr price will be paid by
Albany, March 27, 1869-29m3
NB. JUST ARRIVED, by the steamship
a continental, direct from San Francisco,
a large lot of
Iron and Steel !
Which can be obtained by you on better terms
tban ever has been ottered here before, for
1 Cash in Hand.
Call and See for yourselves.
A t . KLEGS of the Heavy Extra Oolden Syrup:
J a largo lot of Sugar, and Dry Goods to
suit tbe trade all to.be sold for cash or trade, at
Living Rates. R. CHEADLE.
March 20, '69-28-lm .
C. Hi RAFFETY, M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
BUENA VISTA, OREGON.
March 27, 1869-n29 ! 1
OVSUMPTIOW can be cured bv mine Dr.
J J. VV. Murray's Lung aud Liver
Balsam, if taken in time. It is a sure remedy
for all cbronio diseases of this coast and Female
complaints so prevalent in this climate.
Bee testimonials ana circulars accompanying
eacn ooiue. - - -.
For Eradicating Pain,
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL TJSK 07
Dr. J. W. SIcrray s
IMPROVED KXAQIC QIIi.
It cures Rheumatisnj, Paralysis. Neural Kia
Gout, Headache, Toothache. Sore Throat, Dip
theria, Colio, Croup, Cholera, Fains in tbe breast,
Fellons, Corns and Chilblains.
Can be obtained of Druggist generally oa tais
ooait pat op in half dollar and
AUordeis4drstaedtoI. J. W. MTTRRAT.
Portland, Oregon. : , ,
9bB. Msdioai Dxror 106 Front street.
' SjU Medicines sea everywhere by Express.
March 6, 1869-26 .
Slanufactorer and Dealer
in all kinds of ,
FURNITURE & CACINET WARt,
i BXATTRASSE ETC.,
Under the ?' States Rights Democrat'g offioe,
FIRST STREET, : : ALBANY
P. W. 8PISK. A. CAEOTHSES.
P. V. SPINK & CO.j
(scrcEssoRS to sr. -w. staox,)
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copperwaref
First, betweea Washington & Kerry-sts ,
i HE undersigned having purchased the stock
formerly owned by M. W. Mack, and having
made large additions thereto, now offer to tbe
public tbe fullest ana completest assortment or
first-class goods in our line, yet offered in this-
jnarket, consisting of
PAEtOn, BOX, HALS, .
I of the following patterns :
&c, &c, &C.v
from the best manufactories, which they are offer
ing at lowest rates.
Also, a large stocK or
French Saucepans. Ladles & Skimmers,.
Iron, Enameled and Urass Kettles,
Iron Tea-Jcettles and Ovens,
Iron ; and Lead Pipe,
Force & Lift Pumps,
and a full assortment of
COWAN'S PITCHER PUflPSI
We will continue to keep on hand a large stock
NO. 1 TIN WARE I
which we will dispose of to dealers at the lowest
We are better prepared than ever to do all'
in a neat and workmanlike manner,at short notice.
Persons from the country will find it to their'
advantage to give us a call, as our facilities for'
manufacturing enable us to give a liberal discount.
Term Cath, or marketable Produce.
P. W. SPINE A CO.
Nov. 28. '68-12
DEALER IN A MANUFACTURER OP
CABINET WARE !
Corner First and Broad Albin streetsv
PARTICULAR' ATTESTIOM FAIS TO "Stl
ORDERS OP AXX BINDS ,
in our line.
October 31, 1868-8
BLACKSMITH INC !
PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS
THE undersigned gives notice to the general1
public, that be is now manufacturing the
Calcsburg Patent Plow !
and any other style of plow that may be ordered.
Also, particular attention paid to
Horse Shoeing, Wagon and Carriage
and General Jobbing.
Afl work entrusted to me wil) receive prompt
attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with good material. A share of pnblio
patronage is solicited. " '
Shop on corner Ellsworth and Second streets,,
opposite Pie-ce' Ferry. F. WOOD.
Albany, November 21, 1868-11
NOTICE. All persons receiving their mail
at the Post office at Lebanon, are hereby
notified that the office will be kept open an hour
after the arrival of the mail on Sundays, after
which it will be closed for the day. The office
will not be open until the mail arrives.
. S. H. CLAUGHTON, P. M.
January 9, 1869-18ml .
ruuiviic. - - TURNING.
I AS niFiUB TO SO : . , . j
AIL KINDS OF TUB KING t
I kerp on head and make to order
" 8 p I a a i n g . W h 1 V.
asJT Shop near the "Magnolia MUla"
, JOHN M. METZIiSsV -
Albany, Not. 28, 18B8-H -