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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1869)
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Saturday, octohkilo, isgo.
Oilice, No. Ol l-'rout Street,
Adjoining the Telegraph Office, Portland, Oregon.
pcclal Collector of Claims,
Subscribers fiiidiuir an X after their name will I AocrMints. Notes, Bonds, Drafts, aud ...croat -
understand that their subscription expires 'with tile C!ams i f every description throughout Oie
th it number, au.l th. y arc invite to renew their pm and the Territories. WILL BE MADE A
euWription. Tm.-$ I per annum, in adrauec; I S i'KCt ALITY A.N'1 PROMPTLY COLLECT-
ix months, 2 : three months, $1. I K I. as well as with a due regard to economy in
all business matters intrusted to his care and the
Wrong Date.? Father Free land kit
this city for California on Monday lastt
and uot ou Sunday, as the Democrat has
Called. J. 15. Sprcngcr, Esq., call
ed on us Thursday, looking well, and
claiming to "be in the best of spirits.
Jake is a "rustler," and the "Cosmopoli
tan," of Portland, now solely under his
management, is bound to "pan out."
jiroeeeds paid over punctually.
Real Estate Scaler.
Sept. 11. tf.
ALBANV KliTAIL HAIvKF.T.
Aibasv, October 1)
Wheat, white, "J bushel
Outs, bushel ..
Potatoes, t bushel
Onions, H bushel
Wasuing Compound. The Na
tional Washing Compound, invented and
manufactured by Messrs. Mahan & Hen
derson, of Urowusville, is achieving a
grand success, as it proves to be
everything the manufacturers claim for
.... $4 00i oO
.... $2 303 (M
..... 5(n a I
....$1 12i(,(,l 20
TarTil II 0
rOS T OFFICE!
WHEELER'S &EW STORE !
ALU A N Y ADVERTISEMENTS.
TI1EKK IS WHERE YOU GET
1TUR JIOA'SSY'S WOS5TII.
Brownsville, Oct. 2, 'C'd'-iy
Personal. Rev. W. J. Monteith,
accompanied by his son, A. D. Monteith,
arrived in this city during the week.
Rev. Mr. Monteith started from this
city for the Eastern St.ttes last Novcm
.ber. . . . ,
Mr. Thos. LTelm, brother of our Coun
ty Clerk, is at present visiting his
friends and acquaintances in this city
having arrived on the last ocean steamer
from San Francisco.
Flour, Y1 barrel
liutter, c lb
Chickens, "r dozen
Peaches, dried, It
Salt, Ls An-relos, lb..
Pyrui'. "V gallon
Tea, Younjt llysou lb.
Japan, " .
Black. " ..
$ULar, crushed, j lb
Sea " K.tijjlS
Island, " V(,(.14
Coffee. tf 25
C:mdh'S, j lb S.Jdij 33
Kiee, China. 'r lb 12(i lB
Salcratna, 'f lb , ICj
Dried plums, -V lb 15(fe2
Dried apples, X lb GfijT
Dried currants, "f lb (jt:S
Uaeou, hams, jX tb 1S(u,20
" - sides, " .. 1 J(J,If.
" shoulders, "pi Jb (i, 10
Lard, in cans, Tji tb fo l
Ueaus. "f lb.. (Vj 5
Devoes" Kerosene oil, i gallon HI
Turpentine, gallon $1 25ftl !0
Linseed oil, boiled, "H gallon $1 CL'iOjil 75
Vhite lead. -f ke-
Pder, rille, f K
j Tobacco, f tb
: Nails, cut, "A lb
lomestic, brown, vard
COURT HOUSE, ALBANY.
S. ELKEKKit, MAXAGER.
POSITIVELY ONE DAY ONLY I
A GOOD CHANCE TO PAY
Outstanding Accounts due
of Albany, Oregon.
BUSLDEB3, ATTENTION !
SASH, BL1XD AXD BOOH
F A C T O II I
I Witt PAY
thrs Praallest Human I!V:i!izs in the
Perfect Ladies and tieutlemun in
Miniature. The Original and Only
eaa. Tom Thumb & Wiiv
(Mr. and Mrs. Clias.'Stratt n).
Commodore Xutt and Ullunie Warren,
In their lieatitil'ul Performances, consisting of
Souj;s, Duets, Ootuie Acts, Uurlesiiues, and
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13,
Two Perform n nees Afternoon at Three O'clock,
aud Evening at Eiht O'clock.
Ladies and Children arc particularly recom
mended to attend the A'ternoou Performances,
which are specially given that they may avoid the
crowd at night.
Seventy Ccnls Per Bnsiiel
for all tho
White, Merchantable Wheat,
That may be offered at my Warehouse, Albany,
Oregon, for the next
lO weeks to ceinc !
I will also, from this date, exchange any goods
I have in store for wheat, paying therfor
7 Cents per I3uslel.
I must have what is due mD by the first of Oc
tober i.ixt, rs at that time I will move to San
Francisco, where I will carry oa a geucral com
mission aad produce business.
3. II. ALTU0USE. K. WIIICBT. J. P. BACKEVSTO.
ALTHOCSE & CO.,
I.YOS STKEET, (OX THE BIVER BASK),
ALBANY, : : : ORECOS.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to
Furnish to Order,
Hickory, striped, "(- yard
lied ticking, per yard....
Blu2 drilling, Y yard
Flannels, "r yard .
Prints, f a t colors, f vard
Mutton. "f tb
Peef, on toe.t, Y1 lb...
$3 75( 4 2i
$1 OOfi-1 2."i
10 12 i
Felons. -Ve do not remeiubcr, "in
the whole course of our life," to have
heard so many complaints, and notice so
many people with either a right or left
hand carried in a sling or "tied up in a
rag" troubled with felons or run-a-rounds.
And what is worse, there seems to be no
cure or abatcmeut of the disease un
the nail "comes off." Thev are very
-natnftil oa wn k-c- rr,or'io,.,. and i : Wood and Willow Ware, Tobacco, Ci.-ars, Gon-
some one will invent a cure, it will larire
ly benefit sutiering humanity.
AVill have the supervision of my business in Al
I will buy or sell all kinds of Produco that may
bo offered. Bring on your Produce.
Children under 1U years
NED DAVIS, Agent.
KEI1FIF.LP. 1. W. SriNK.
F. M KEDFIELD & CO.. .
hand and receiving, a
ltil ! J large stock of
Groceries and Provisions,
fectioncry, Yankee Notions. tc, A.c, Wholesale
and llctai!, opposite 11. C. J 1 ill i S ms drug
store. Albany. Oregon. 5oct'.)
Nctice of Administration.
THE VNDEltSHJNED has been appointed
hy the County Court of Linn county, Ore
gon, to administer the estate of D. II. P.odine.
Notice. R. Cheadle, Esq., gives
notice that he intends removing to San
,, . t , -ii ' CJ. e aomiuistcr t!ie estate ot 1. 11. lioUiue. tA: J4,
i ranClSCOj'Where he Will go into a gen- j deceased. !te of said countv. Persons bavin- I r
eral commission business, and will bo c,Ia,5m!j a?fD' ia " vre.-at th., J JJ
' I duly venhc l, t ' the nndcrsigned, at her resMenee rl -
happy tO receive consignments OI pro- four miles east of Albany, iu said county, wuuiii
duce, etc., at that city. Orders left with
T 23 E
COLO Tt gi
Tltat riiotogrraiiSi ESest,
A It E
BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, GORGON, Jeep QRANSE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple, Bice, Ciimsou, Piak, &c.
Sept. IS, 'G3-2 J. A. V INTER.
O. r. T03SlaKIxA'S & CO.,
IMPOKTCIiS ANP HEALEI13 1
TIX PLATE, SHEET IR0X,
S.-SIoxxo'y Savocl I
By buying- "C7AGONS at
" II. CIIEADLE'S.
such as -
Crown, Panel, Rand, and Section Mold
of all sizes.
WINDOW AND BOOR. FRAMES !
and all other kinds of
Kuilding; jSIatcrial !
Are prepared to do MILL WORK ; furnish Sha
ker Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, of any kind, at our Factory on Lyon
street", (on the river bank), next below Markhaui's
AIrilOUSE A CO.
Albany, February 20, LS6U-24
his brother, Lamar Cheadle, at the old
stand in this city, will receive his prompt
attention. In the removal of Mr. Chea
dle to San Francisco, Albany loses one
of her most active and thorough business
men, one who has done much to build
up and advance her interests, and whose
presence among us will be sadly missed.
Vo wish him every success and happi
ness in the change. .
six months from this date.
October oth, lSC9-5t
GOODS RECEIVED BY
Every Stoaaxter !
which will be sold for
CASH or TRADK I
Copper, IJrass, Zinc. Wire, lilock Tin, !
I have constantly on hand the very best
made in Marion county, Oregon, out of
and warranted to bear np .
Forty IZ3idred Weight,
on good roads. Can be had at
II. CIIEiDLE S CASH STORE,
l-'or One Hundred and S.xty-five Dollars
Albany, Oregon, August 21, '0a-i0
GEO. F. SETTLE FtflER,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Lebanon, Linn Coanty, Oregon.
Rev. W. 35. NICK CIS, Principal.
Rev. 33. A. JUEK1PIS, Assistant.
Mrs. S. C. KXCZZOX.S, Preceptress, and
Teacher of the Ornamental Branches.
Parrivh'8 New Building-, First Street,
rflIIE Acadeniie year, which commences Pop-
tembcr 1st, ISO'J, and closes July 12th, 1S70,
is divided into four terms of eleven weeks each.
Students admitted at any time and charged from
time of entering till close of term. No deduction
for absence in Term time, except in cases of pro
Students can hero enjoy every facility Ihcy ean
desire for acquiring a thorough education. Y'oung
men ean obtain rooms and board themselves at
small expense. Y'oung ladies can obtain board
in the family of the Principal, who resides in the
Academy buildiug. Jivurd and tuitirtn, in such
cu, Thirty Dolli'i t per term. Ku extra charge
for board liHriny vnctttion.
& Commercial Course
has been adopted for tho benefit of young men
i who with to acquire a thorough business educa
tion. Send for a catalogue, or address tho Prin
cipal, for further information.
Lebanon, August 2s, lbby-O-itl
Successful. We learn that the
CQmuiittee of ladies who have been so
. liciting contributions in aid of the
Orphan's Llouie at Salem, in this city,
have succeeded admirably. Our citizens
always respond liberally to all legitimate
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS I
IZoac, Iron and X,cad Pipe !
CAST, TIN AND ENAMELED HOLLOW
llGuse-FurmsMiig Hardware !
33. J'uttitm lower than any other echool of hi'jh
tirade in the .Stale nf Oreyvn.
Ia-rniers lioilers I
All sizes a fine thing.
Sixty Cezits per I5uIici
pourkig into our
article still keeps
mills. We noticed
the other day that three of the four
large bins for receiving wheat, at the
Steam 31 ills of Messrs. Reach. & Mon
teith, were pretty well paekcd and the
fourth should the weather keep good, will
soon be in the same fix.
PITCHER PU&1PS !
FAINTS. 0IL3, GLASS, ETC.
in trade, or on Book account,
For all that mav lie ofiferel
Only II on so in the State where you can
set such an axtlclc.
Wiieat Receipts For the week
ending Oct. Sth, reported as below :
Beach & Monteith
J. II. Foster A Co
S. . Markham & Son..
K. Cheadle :..
A. Conea & Co. Jt.. .......
LIFE ASSURANCE C031PAXY
OF NEW YORK.
BXJCIIAI AIV & 31 E AR.S j
GENERAL AGENTS FOB
Oregon, and Washington, Idano and
Sole ngent3 for the Finest Stove out tho
All articles warrautcd pure and of the best
Physic ians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany, Oct. 17, ISCS-Gtf
RATES OF TOLL
"BAIISTOW COOK r Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain agon lload.
Great variety of "GEM PANS.'1
EST" All goods warranted First Class."
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Agricultural Address. We pub
lish, on our first page, the excellent
aderess delivered by Rev. E. R. Geary,
at the Linn County Fair, so that those
who failed to hear it on that occasion,
may have the pleasure of perusing it in
print. It will do to preserve.
Look. Here. Messrs' O. P. 'Tomp
kins & Co. have just received 1,000 feet
of 11 inch Iron Pipe (for pumps); 100
boxes Tin Plate ; also, a fine lot of first
class Cook Stoves. Call and see them.
They tf ill sell.
Looked For. Rev. Mr. Irvine
started for his home in this county, on
the 5th, and will probably arrive here
during the week.
State Fair: The State Fair, which
opens at Salem next week, is all the
talk now--evcrybody's going, of course,
if it don't rain.
A Wise and Just JLaiv.
Tho equity and beneficence of the MasKacbn.
etts statute, and the conditions in the Policies of
tho mew iiigiana .mutual A.ue Insurance
Company, whereby the surrender value of Pol
icies (after payment of premiums have ceased) is
credited np as a full-paid term Policy, was re
cently exemplified in the case of A. C. E. MILL
ER, of Portland, Oregon, insured for $5,000 in
this company, nnder Policy rio. 13,054.
Mr. MILLER died August 2, ISO'J, and nee
looted to pay the Policy on the 22d day of Janu
ary last. The President of the company, upon
being advised of the death of Mr. MILLER, re
sponded under date of August 23d, that by virtue
of Machusetts Laws and the provisions of the
Policies of the company, the Policy was yet in
full force, and the1 loss ($5,000) would be prompt
ly paid less the amount of - the unpaid premium
and the interest thereon.
The New Euglaud Mutual life Insur
ance Company f Boston is the only company
on this coast governed by this Law, which con
tinues all its Policies in force until every dollar
paid by the aswnrod is absorbed in Insurance.
KVEKSOS Ai II A I. V liS are the General
Agents for this Company, Oregon. Ofice Cab
...Tun's linildtiKT," Portland.
&Z7SSZXL & SiLSXNS, Agents, Albany,
uccgon. . octv-tiir
It E P A I It I N G !
In ail its branches.
To Dcschuttes Uiver :
Four Horse or Mule team $1 50
Two " " " 3 00
One " " . " 2 110
Ox teams, three yoke 4 50
Cash Flan, Low Rates, Strictly Mutual.
;.ll Policies Non-Forfeiting by their
No Restriction on Travel, Residence or
Policies issued in Gold or U. S. Curren
cy, as desired.
No extra charge upon women.
All varieties of Policies issued.
Large Cash Value upon Surrendcreii
C. S. MERItllli, Agent",
N0T1CZ TO SHIPPERS.
I INTEND DOING A
General Commission Business
for the purpose of selling
All Kinds of Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell.
: liAMAR, COE1DLE, !
Liberal Discount Made to Country
Call and see us before purchasing
S25-G9-3 O. P. TOMPKINS A CO.
Over 10,000 Persons
ESTIFY to the wonderful euros of
For every additional yoke
Loose horses, per head
" cattle, per head
" sheep .r hogs
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaded...
' " unloaded - 25
Horse and rider- 1 00
To Visli Lake :
Four horse or mule team, each way. 2 00
Two " " " 1 60
One " .. 1 o
Pack animals, loaded.... 50
" " unloaded 25
Horse and rider v.. 75
Ox team, three yoke 2 00
To Upper Soda Spring :
Four horse or mule team, out and back 2 50
Two " " " . " 2 00
One ' ' " " 1 00
Horse and rider, " 50
Looso animals, " 25
Ox teams tho same as horse teams.
- A. 1IACKLEMAN,
W. W. PAnnisrf, Pres.
March 20, lSr,9-2S
Albany Collegiate Institute.
FTtllE NEXT TERM OF THIS INSTITU-
8 tion for youth of both sexes, will open on
Monday, tho 18th of October next.
It will be in charge of the Rev. EuWAitn R.
Geaiiv and the Rev. Sakvpi. G. Ievine, assist
ed by a corps of competent teachers.
The first terra will embrace 15 weeks of tuition,
ending February 4th, 1S70.
The second term will embrace 20 weeks of tu
ition, from February 7th to July 1st, 1870.
RATES OF TUITION
(PES O.T7 AUTKR OP TEN WEEKS.)
Preparatory and common branches.. S. $5 00
Advanced Enjrlish 7 I'O
Ancieut and Modern Languages, Higher
Mathematics, te 9 00
Tuition charged from dato of entrance to end
of quarter, and payable in advance.
Organization of College Classes.
A Freshman class will bo formed and a course
of study prescribed at the opening of tho term.
Principal Text Books.
Wilson's Readers, Clark's English Grammar,
Robinson's Mathematics, Hooker's Natural
Science, Quackenboa' Rhetoric, Abbott's Abor
crombie's Mental and Moral Philosophy, Dark
ness ' Latiu Series, Fasquell's Fronch Scries, and
tho most approved editions of the Latin and Greek
Of every recitation will be made, and an average
given in Ojiartcrly Reports ; also, of attendance
The aim will bo to develop in the student a
high sense nf moral obligation, honor and integ
rity, and thos who cannot be governed by such
motives, will not remain in the school.
May lie hid in families at $4 per week, and
rooms procured whore students may board thoin
sclves. By order of the Beard of Trustees.
EDWARD R. GEARY,
Albany, Aug. 21, 'o-50 President.
"ON TO ZXZT !"
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in San Francisco.
oct-5tf R, CI1EADLE,
Balsam for tho Liver and Blood, Nature's own
remedy. Ono of the celebrated physicians of
Portland eays he is cured of the Lung and Liver
complaint, aud says he owes his life to
Dr. Murray's Lung and Liver Balsam.
Read what ho says :
Por.Ti.Asn, May 21, 1SC0.
I have tried Dr. J. W. Murray's Lung and
Liver Balsam. I used it in my family with the
best of success. I was? sick for some months and
used every remedy. I called in several physi
cians, but they did me no good. I exhausted
every remedy known to the medical profession,
and received no benefit. This Lung and Liver
Balsam cured me, and I do not hesitate to recom
mend it to the public as a good and sale remedy
to the public and my friends. It is good, and
those who know me, as many do in this State, as
I have lived in many parts of it, know that I
would not recommend them to use a thing that
had no merit, because I am opposed to quack
remedies. ti. V. BROWN, M. D.
General Agents :
' SMITH & DAVIS, Portland, Oregon.
HODG E & CALEF, "
June 5, 'Oy-oOtf: ,
CHEAP SEWING MACHINES.
25 K HOME SHUTTLE SEWINGg) K
Jj55 Machine. A double-thread J&Q O
lock-stitch Shuttle Machine ; stitch alike on both
(Hid Celebrated Common-Fcnso X A Q
ml n Family Machine. Both ma- 77) I O
chines fullv Warranted for 5 years. Machines
sent to any part of tho coast by express, C. O. D.
Agents wanted in every town on the Pacific coast.
Liberal Commission. ,
r Pacific Sowing Machine Co.,
2y 10'J Montgomery-st., 8.P.
Walk in! Walk in!
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN !
15. ISKEII1EK'S STORE,
and see the goods which ho is receiving direct
which he is going to sell very low for
Cash or Produce!
Call and examine my Goods before you pur
chase elsewhere, as I am always wdling to suow
Jf. B. I will pay from dato for thirty days to
come, 30 cents per dozen for Eggs.
Sep. 25, '69-3y B. BRENNER,
THE Xt&TEST STYLES
Staple aud Fancy Dry Goods !
SELECTED WITH CABS l.t THE
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
JCST RECEIVED, AXD OFFERED AT THE .
Lowest Cash Rates.
On Tirst street, first door west of John Connor's
. . . . tv ri:ll f. c
uricK, ana opposite i. v. mu u. uuu a
, drug store,
.JO 15 WORK!
P ALL DESCRIPTIONS, at fair prices,
neatly executed at tha RiOisxEa o&eo.
WADSWORTH & KUHN
Are now ready to execute all kinds of
Plain and Fancy Painting !
such as .
Signs, Carriages, Buildings,
k - as well as
Graining, Papcrhanging, Calciminingr,
and in fact oil kinds and stylos of
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL WORK,
that can bo done with Paint and Brneh, at
JJES-FAIR, LIVINU RATES. -S
Give us a call. Shop ou Ferry street, over
Kuhu t Adams wagon shop.
, . augl-au
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. I PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
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rur.ii.AJu : : . . ORVnnv
Olaas. 353. ruBois.
Manufacturer and Dealer is
I"Jurs ef all kinds,, V.'.ehincton SL ma
from First, Portland, 0g. hL' " doo.r
Fur caps, Ladies' aud Ucnts Fnrs on ini
mado to order and repaired.
Any orders sent wiU be promptly attended tev
Szxxt2x c3 Davis,
Wholesale DrtTggists nnd dealers in Paints.
Oils, Dyos -to., 71 Front street, PortUnj!
Oregon. Agents for bheop Wash Tobacoo, rr
pared by the South Down Company, Bo.Um.
Cure for Scab, Ticks and Yr'n in Sheep. put
up in 10 B cans for $8.
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
NOTIONS, Ladies' and Gents Fornishm
Goods, Etc. Corner First and Washington ,
sts., Portland, Oregon. Sole Agents for the Hath. .
B. M. STONER & CO.,
Commission meiicbabts, corner Main ami
Front sl., Portland, Oregon. Storage at
reasonable rates. Liberal advances made on eo.
signmeuts. Highest Market Trice paid for Wheat
and Grain of all kinds.
ULKEY, I X L, Sweepstaket, and "y"
Tl.o best Plows in the field. Farm
ers, look to yonr interests and fee these Plows
plow. Isaae J) . Street, ol roruauu, -..-
Tra. eling Agent for Plows, and Wright'i Amer
ican Saw Company's Saws, Plainer, 4e--o-.
Will attend all the Fairs in the Willamette VaUey
this fall. 1 ' ' " "v -
TAYLOR, IIOLMAN & CO., r
CITY DRAYMEN & FORWARDERS,
PORTLAND, OREGON. . :
ALL Goods shipped to our care will ! for
warded to all pnrts of the mines in Oregon,
Idaho, Montana and Owyhee; also to Oregon
City, Salem, Albany, Corvallis, Eugene City, and
to all parts of tho country, the same day they are
landed from eteamcr or vessel.
No commission charged on freight advanced ky
All matters connected with the Forwarding
Business promptly attended to.
Mark Goods, " Care T., II. Co., P" and
send bills of lading to
TAYLOR, nOLMAX 4 CO.,
; Portland, Oregon.
: BREWERY. r
THE Undersigned, having purchased the en
tiro interest in the establishment known
'Jfatof't Oregon ,feom liretrery," begs leave to ,
inform its former patrons that bo still continues
to mannacture the popular beverage known a -
MASOX'S XXX ALE and PORTER
The establishment will be known as heretofore
as - ... -:.;
" MASON'S OREGON STEAM BREWERY."
Honing by strict attention to the wants of hi
patrons, and the public generally, to retain their
favors as bestowed upon my predecessor.
C. C. SMART, Proprietor, i
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
McCormick's Almanac !
Por the Year 1070,
Containing useful statistics relative to the popu-
. lation and resources of
Oreg-on, Washington, Idaho & Montana,
Together with a variety of other useful
COriLEI AS1 PIBLISDED BT
S. -T. McCormick,
Franklin Book Store,
105 Front street, Portland Oregon.
JCST received, by Adeline Ellwood, from
New York, an Invoice of the Celebrated
Mason A Hamlin Organs. Also a large assort
ment of Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, etc., etc.
To arrive by Barken tine Ubatos 10 Planes, of
the celebrated make of Jenny 4 Son, with .the
latost improvements, Patent AgTaBe, etc.
I Also keep constantly on hand Violin and
Guitar String, whieh I import direct from Eu
rope, and whieh I oti'cr to the Trade at much lea
than San Francisco prices. , .
Pianos tuned and repaired.
s. srxsnEiMER, '
- ., ' Corner ttaiurna and Front sty
mntr.H aut a-, wiwkrs. (
139 First street, Portland, Oregon,
DIALERS IH ' r
Second Hand Furniture,
BEDDING, ETC. .
NEW AND PLATED SILVER WARE,
GLASS, AND CROCKERY
. Of all descriptions. " '
Agents for the
ELJPTIC BOOK, LOCK STITCB
Which challenges the world. Agents wanted.
Send for circulars.
"Advertising is the Fly-Wheel of Business
, .... r... .! tztwm HrtM nn Maehinerr
AtUUJ Ol t.wv ... . . . -
In presenting tho tUteenth nnnual issue of
JlcCuraiick t Almanae mo puoiisuer uraiui i
call the attention of hwnnee men who haveuitA
in the benefits to bo derived from adi ertUing, to
tho fact that this popular work presents me
Best Advertising Medium on the Coast.
The advantages to bo derived from advertising
in McCormick's Almanac, are,
I. Its well-established reputation.
II. Its immense circulation over the Pacific
III. Its general preservation in every house.
IV. As a work of reference it is in daily use.
A limited number of advertisements will bo in
serted at the following coin rates :
- Full page advertisements. (15 00
Half " " ' - 10 "0
Quarter" " - - 00
. Address orders to
S. J. McCORMICK,
Compiler and Publisher,
Or to L. P. FISnER,
San Francisco, California.
.Advertisements must bo received prior to
October lath, 18(59.
MURRAY'S IMPROVED MAGIC
Oil the Kiug of Pain
VLL persons are hereby warned not to pur
chase either of twoeertain Promissory Notes
made by mo, one for $10-1, dated on tho 0th of
September, 1SC9, aud ono for SoOi, dated Sep
tember 10th, 1S60. both made payable to Goo. A
Edes, of Salem, Oregon, thirty days after dale, in
gold coin of the United States, with interest at
twelve por cent, per annum, as both of said notes
were obtained by fraud and without considera
tion, and I will not pay tho samo nor any part of
. Dated, September 15th, 1809.
2w3 By Powell t Flisn, his attys.
HOUSE AND FOUR LOTS I
TTN this city, a good now dwelling wita 11 te
1 necessary outbuildings, and four lot, about
. - . ... r . 1 ' , i . 1 i:
iweniy minuses waiK irom lite eu:iiuiuuuouuiiiK
For particulars inquire at tho onice ot tue ir,
T. Companv, of J. B. MONTEITH.
Albany, January 30, 1800-
THE EYES I
THE EARS !
Dr. T. GOLDEIV,
OCTJLZST AND AURIST,
ALBANY, : : : OREGON.
P. C. HARPER.
May 15, lS69-3o,V
USE MURRAY'S. IMPROVED MAGIC
Oil the King of Pain. ju5-33tf
R. GOLDEN IS A SON OF THE
noted old Onthalmie Doctor, S. C.
Dr. GOLDEN has hud experience in treating
the various diseases to which the eye and ear are
subject, and feels eon D dent of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place tnemsclves under
his care. :...,",
Albany, April 10, 186S)-31y.
LAVDE. & DeFRANCE'S
f y i
Is the most Tlwrough and Complete In
stitution of tha Kind on the Coaa.
It,is designed by Us eourso of study and practice
lo place a
BUSIJNESS EDUCATION "vVTIIllN
THE REACH OF ALL.
Every facility is afforded for acquiring a
Sound Business Education !
In the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE!
Every Student will have.
An Actual BuaineM Ptaetie, .
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
To which he is introduced after having completed
tho Theory, aud whieh has tho effect of thorough
ly familiariiinK him with all the nnnutim of real
busiutss. THIS FEATURE of the Imitation
also affords an excellent practice in
and furnish abundant opportunities for testing the
Student's knowledge of
Commercial Calculation. ? '!
5 I -jt
NOTICE is hereby given that tho nndersijrned
has been appoiuted liy the County Court of
Linn county, Oregon, Administrator or ine estate
of Alvin M. Brock, deceased, lata of Liiiu county,
and that all persons having claims against said
Estate must present them to the undersigned, du
ly verified, at his residence near Boston, Linn
county, urcgon, wiiniu ijl uiouxbs iron, tuo uui
Dated Sept. IS, 1SB9-3H.
STEWART P. BROCK..
lair dill. m. r. mclkkt
Attorneys at Law, .
; No. 106 First Street, over tho PostolSco,' e
... JOHN C. WORK,
Attorney" and Counselor at Lavr,
Will practice in all the Court of Oregon.
A LL those knowing themselves indebted to us
. are respectfully requested t-v call and settle
"-teS, Old account nutt he exttfed.
' BEACH k MONTEITH.
Albany, October 10th, '63, '
In conducting this actual Police, -Prjcr
ships are formed, and when the day of
dissolution and settlement oomes, .
the subject of . -. ,.
Is taken up' and investigated, and the principlee
The most thorough instructien U afforded ia
BuDincsa Penmanship ; also, a eourse Uk
bv a praMical short hand reporter, for the benefit
of those who desire to pursue this useful subject.
For circular giving full information. , .
. VM. E. COOPER, " t
Manufacturer of .
OPEN AND TCP BUGGIES,
One and Two-Seated Carrisges,
CG ACHES, EXPRESS WAG OSS. &., Etc
Corner of Sooond and Morrison Streets,
TORTLAND, OREGON. .
' EtrAll linds of rBpairing done to order.. .