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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1869)
CX GA f VIaJjL. Circuit court wocucu
J " kp i The following nre the causes that will
SATUIUTvyT come UP for judication at the October
- - term of Court which convenes next
Subscriber finding an X after their name will ; J0nrlav
that, number, and they are invited to rem'w their I
anbsrriptiou. Terras $3 per annum. in advance;
six months. $2 : three months, $1. j
Woop. Good dry wood is 'selling at
S3 per cord in this city.
Agents for the Kegister. Mr.W.
J. Miller is authorized to receive and re
ceipt for subscriptions to the Register.
District School The district
school opened with 110 scholars in at
tendance on Monday last.
A Resident. Rev. K. R. Geary has
become a resident of this city, having
."moved in" last week.
Business. Durios the past
business generally has been good, and
our merchants have been kept busy.
IIarrisburg. From Harrisburg we
learn that business ia brisk much bet
ter than for some time past and her
citizens are much rejoiced thereat.
Beautiful Patterns. Messrs. P.
C. Harper & Co. have some beautiful
dress patterns, which they are selling
remarkably cheap all the very latest
Sold Out. Mr. Bartsres.has sold out
bis draying "interests ia this city to Mr.
S. Montgomery. We understand that
B. intends going Enst on a visit soon
probably next month.
At His Post. Rev. Mr. Irvine re
turned from his visit to the Eastern
States on Monday night. He seems to
be enjoying the best of health.
Seven First Premiums, McCord
Co., of this city, took first premiums,
at the State Fair, on seven varieties of
soap manufactured by them. This speaks
well for Albany Soap Works.
State of Orecon v's Gordon Cooper
i Assault with intent to kill Continued,
i J C Powel, attorney for State,
i State of Oregon vs Leopold Locber
Indictment' for larceny Continued,
i Powell for State.
! x State vs Lewis Iirown Indictment for
1 K-lVino- liduois Continued. Powell for
State vs Moses Abrams Selling li
quor. Powell for State ; Cranor for de
J II Cozhiil & Co vs A Cohn Con
tinued. K F Russell, attorney for plain
tiffs; N II Cranor, attorney for defeu't.
M Rerkawtz vs A Colin Continued.
Russell for plaintiff; Cranor for defendant.
Jacob Underbill & Co vs A Cchn
11 S Strahan for plaintiffs :
N II Cranor for defendant.
Corbett & McLcay vs A Cohn Con
tinued. Strahan for plaintiff; Cranor
D F Spangler vs A Colin Continued.
Heats of Goods.- Messrs. A. Cow
an & Co., besides their large stock of dry
goods, etc., in this city, have established
a branch bouse at Lebanon, where they
keep a superior stock of goods for the es
pecial accommodation of their friends
and customers in that part of Linn
county. Being liberal traders and fair
dealers, they are having a big run of
custom. Their advertisement will ap
pear next week.
Improvements. Messrs. Markbam
& Son have been repairing and strength
ening their large warehouse at the foot
of Ellsworth street, and are at present
engaged in improving its appearance by
coating the outside walls with paint.
Last Visit. We enjoyed the pleas
ure of a call, on last Saturday afternoon,
from Mrs. R. Cheadle and her two lovely
daughters. It was with regret that we
learned from this excellent lady that,
with her husband and family, she intend
ed faking her departure from this city
the next morning, probably never to re
turn, for their future home iniSan Francisco.
TUE : V
WHEELER'S NEW STORE !
THERE IS WHERE YOU GET
YOUR JIOXEY'S WORTHS
Brownsville, Oct. 2, 'G9-4y
Russell for plaintiff; Cianor for tier
S Rosenbaum & Co vs A Cohn Con
tinued. Russell for plaintiffs; Cratior
James McMahan vs Mahala Wilson,
Executrix Action to recover money
Contiucd from last term. Russell for
plaintiff; Cranor for defendant.
James P Ilogue vs Richard Farwell
Continued. Powell & Flinn for plaintiff;
Cranor for defendant.
James Kesling, app, vs Senders, Stren
berg & Co, res ; appeal from County
Court. Powell & Flinn for plaintiff;
Russell for defendants.
James Kesling, app, vs Smith, Bras
field & Co, res; appeal from County
Court. Powell & Flinn for plaintiff ;
Russell for defendants.
James Williams, app, vs the Board of
County Commissioners, res ; appeal from
County Court. Cranor for plaintiff.
A L Cannon vs S Mansfield Slander.
Cranor & Thompson for plaintiff; Powell
& Flinn for defendant.
J C Powell vs Jeremiah Dickens
Action to recover money. Flinn for
James Shields, County Treasurer, vs ;
W S Kendall Action for forfeiture, i
! MASTER J. II. BREXXER
WILL GIVE iESSOXS ON THE
PIAXO, VIOLIN and ORGAN,
His own cr Pupil's Residence.
Lessons given in the trench Language.
For particulars, enquire at the corner of Broad
albin and Second streets.
"SSSU Refers to Prof. John Briggs. Ctf
Estate of John 'OTcibcl, deceased.
"1J"otice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed Administrator of the
nbove estate, by order of the C-ounty Court of
Linn county. AU persons bavin; claims against
said estate must present the same to tUd under
signed, duly attested, within six month- from this
date, at his residence on Oak creek, eight miles
southeast from Albanv. Oregon.
JOHN B. MILLER., Atlm.
Oct. 11, lS6i.fit4
Ki'ssell k Elkixs, Attys.
A Wise and Just Law.
The equity and beneficence of the Massachu
setts statute, and the conditions in the Policies of
the New England Mutual IMfe Insurance
Company, whereby the surrender value of Pol
icies (after payment of premiums have ceased) is
credited up 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 companv, under Policy No. 13,054.
Mr. MILLER died August 2, 1809, and neg
lected 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. 5 ILLER, re
sponded under date of August 23d, that by virtuo
of Machusetts Laws and the provisions of the
Policies of the company, the Policy was yet in
full force, and the loss ($5,000) would be prompt
ly paid less the amount of the unpaid premium
and the interest thereon.
The New England Mutual Ufe Insur
ance Company of Boston is the only company
on this coast governed bv this Law, which con
tinues all its Policies in i'ureo until every dollar
paid bv the assuredis absorbed in Insurance.
EVERSOX & HAINES are the General
Agents for this Company, Oregon. Office Cab
tub's Buildiug, Portland.
KUSSEU. & EX.KINS, Agents, Albany,
A GOOD CHANCE TO PAY
Outstanding Accounts due
of Albany, Oregon.
I WIIX PAY
Seventy Cents Per Bushel
for all the
White, Merchantable Wheat,
That may be offered at my Warehouse, Albany,
Oregon, lor uie next
lO weeks to come !
BUILDERS, ATTENTION I
SASH, BLIND AND BOOR
F ACTOR Y !
I will also, from this date, exchange any goods
I have in store for wheat, paying therfor
70 Cents per Bushel.
I must have what is due me by the first of Oc
tober next, as at that time I will move to San
Francisco, where I will carry on a general com
mission and produce business.
Will have the supervision of my business in Al
bany, Oregon. ,
1 will buy or sell all kinds of Produco that may
be offered. Bring on your Produce.
S. H. ALTHOrSE. S. WRIGHT. J. F. BACKESSTO.
AtTHOl'SE & CO.,
1.TOS STREET, (OX THE RIVER BANK),
ALBANY, : : ! ORECOS.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to
Furnisli to Order, '
Crown, Panel, Band, and Section Mold
of all sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES 1
and all other kinds of
Build ins Material !
Weatuer. Is perfectly splendid ;
the Voads in fine condition, and with
lovely moonlight nights, if the people in j Powell fur plaintiff.
this cart of God's" moral vineyard ain't j . J" A Jenkins vs J C GravesAc
, , , , , . tion to recover money. Cranor tor plain-
happy, then they re wrongly got up, . t-ff , J
that's all. Jas 31 Churchill, administrator, vs YV
Personal. Mr.' J. B. Upton, of the j W Parrifh, J C Meudenhall, Marf E
r, ... ,r nj tu.., ! Parrish and Catherine Mendeuhall
. . , . , , , ! Confirmation or shenfi s sale
day. lie was well dressed, looKea nearty
and spoke of fine prospects for the Mer
cury, lie intimated to us that he will
soon make great improvements in his
?The orchards generally in ,
this county have afforded large returns of j
. this delicious fruit, and, as a consequence j
v large, fine looking specimens appear on !
our streets daily by the wagon load, and !
arc offered at three bits per bushel.
Chief. As a repairist, Chas. Mealey,
at his furniture rooms, corner of First
and Broadalbin streets, is chief. Char
ley is ajgenius, and will regulate, put in
shape, or build almost anything, from an
eight-day clock to a jews-harp. Fact.
Tax-Payers will notice the adver
tisement of Sheriff Irvine in this issue,
in which he notifies them of the time and
place, in the different precincts, where he
can be found, ready to receive taxes.
This timely notice, it is hoped, will enable
all to be prepared with the necessary
cash to liquidate the charges against
Leaves Us. Mr. S. C. Jenkins, an
old resident of Oregon, and for some
time' past of Linn county, together
with his family, start this week or first
of next for California. He goes over
land, taking two wagons, to one of which
will be attached four, and to the other
two, fine Oregon raised horse3. Mr. J
thinks it most likely that his future home
will be in the city of San Jose. We
wish him a pleasant 'and a safe journey.
r ire Alarum. I he are alarm on
Tuesday afternoon was caused by some
sparks from the engine room of Mr.
John Metzler's chair factory, on First
street, igniting some shavings and other
combustibles in the main buildio
Slight damage was done, as Mr. M., ever
on the alert, didn't give the fire a fair
show. The fire engine was promptly on
the spot, ready for biz, should it be nee
y C8sary. :
Golden Wedding. On last Wed
nesday night a large number of the rela
tives of Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey
of this city, assembled at their residence
to celebrato the anniversary of their fif
tieth year - of wedded life. Owing to a
press of business we were unable to at
tend, but understand that. the attendance
was large, and that a pleasant time' was
had by all, and that Father II. and his
amiable lady were gratified by this dis
play of respect so generally shown by our
citizens. The united ages of Mr. George
Humphrey and his wife Elizabeth is 136
years, the former being in his 70th and
the latter in her 6ftth year. They were
married in 1819, on the 20th day of Oc
tober, in Jefferson county. Ohio.
River Too low for steamers, with a
prospect of getting still lower should the
present "dry spell" prevail.
Items Locals have been as scarce
daring the week as lien's teeth and
Wm Crawford vs W W Parrish, J. C.
Mendcnhall, et al Confirmation of sher
Same vs same Confirmation of sher
State vs Wm 31 Kutledge. Confirma
tiou of sheriff's sale.
SUITS I-V CHANCERY".
Geo A Edes vs Preston Morris Fore
closure of mortgage. Knight & Ford
Cyrus Westlake vs A Cohn -Contin
ued from last term Powell & Flinn for
plaintiff; Cranor for defendant.
k reeman, fenmh & (Jo vs A Uohn
Continued from last term. Powell &
Flinn fer plaintiffs, Cranor for defendant.
1 ranees llson vs James W ilson
Divorce. Cranor for plaintiff: Huelatt
James W Smith vs G B Smith et al
Continued from last term. Russell for
plaintiff ; Strahan for defendant.
Hiram bmitli and John iVlartin, Jjxec-
utors, vs Joseph Pcrrman and Thomas J
Lucy. Powell & Flinn for plaintiffs.
SUITS IN EQUITY. .
J D Hurd vs John W Cleaver Fore
closure of Mortgage. Cranor for plaiu-
E B Moore & Garrison Grest vs W H
Greenwood et al Foreclosure of mort
gage. Crauor for plaintiffs.
Mary E Stewart vs Thos W Stewart
Divorce. Cranor for plaintiff; Russell &
Flinn for defendant.
Moses Kirkendall vs Matthew M Bry-
son et al suit lor partition uontiouea
from last term. Whitney for plaintiff.
S M Davidson vs S G McCallister et
al. Cranor for plaintiff; Russell for de
D W .Nicholson vs W J Robertson
Transferred from Benton county. Simp
son & Odeneal for plaintiff; Burnett,
Thayer & Strahan for defendant.
T S Summers vs Eliza Summers
Suit for partition of real estate. Cranor
Thos Morgan, Guardian, vs Jacob
Kees, Executor. William9 & Cheno
weth for plaintiff; Russell & Ellsworth
Susannah Banfotd va James Banford,
senior, et al Suit to set aside convey
ance. Chenoweth tor plaintitt ; itussell
V. REDFIEI.D. , t P. W. STINK.
F. M IEDFIELI & CO.,
OXSTAXTLY on hand and receiving, a
larjre stock of
Groceries and Provisions,
Wood and AViilow Ware, Tobacco, Cigars, Con
fectionery, Yankee Notions, Ac. Ac, Wholesale
and Retail, opposite It. C. Hill & Son's drug
store. Albany, Oregon. 5oct9
GOODS RECEIVED BY
which will be sold for
CASH or- TRADE I
C O IL. o it 's
That Photograph Best,
A R E
BLACKj BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, 4ep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple, Blue, Crimson, Pink, &c.
Sept. IS, 'C9-2 J.'A. WINTER.
O. P. TOHFKL1TS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DE1LKH8 IS
TIX PLATE, SHEET IRON,
Copper, Brass,' Zinc, Wire, Block Tin,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS !
Hose, Iron and Lead Pipe !
CAST, TIX AND EXAMELED HOLLOW
House-Furnisliing Hardware !
Money Saved !
By buying1 WAGONS at
I haTe constantly on band the Tory best
made in Marion county, Oregon, out of
' and warranted to bear up
Forty Hundred Weight, !
on good roads. Can be had at i
II. CHEADLE'S (ASH STORE,
For One Hundred and Sixty-five Dollars
Albany, Oregon, August 21, '6U-50
CEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
(Successor to D. VT. Wakefield,)
Parrlsh's Jiew Building-, First Street,
A LB AX Y, OB EG OX,
Are prepared to do MILL WORK ; furnish Sha
ker Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, of any kind, at ur Factory on Lyon
street, (on the river bank), next below Markham'l
; AI.THOUSE & CO.
Albany, February 20, 1S6'J-21
Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon.
Rev. W. D. NICHOLS, Principal.
Rev. E. A. JTJBKINS, Assistant.
TYIrs. S. C. NICHOLS, Preceptress, and
Teacher of the Ornamental Branches.
WHEAT! WANTED I
Sixty Cents per Bushel !
in trade, or on Book account,
For all that may be offered
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
THE Academic year, which commences Sep
tember 1st, 1SG9, and closes July 12th, 1870,
is divided into four terms of eleven weeks each.
Students admitted at any time and charged from
time of entering till close of term. Xo deduction
for absence in Term time, except in cases of pro
Students can here enjoy every facility they can
desire for acquiring a thorough education. Young
men can obtain rooms and board themselves at
small expense. Yonnj; ladies can obtain board
in the family of the Principal, who resides in the
Academy building. Jlourd and tuition, i Much
cattea, T hirty DftliarB per term. extra charge
fvr Iroard during vacation.
A Commercial Course
has been adopted for tho benefit of young men
who wish to acquire a thorough business educa
tion. Send for a catalogue, or address the Prin
cipal, for, further information.
Lebanon, August 28, lSU9-52tf
Farmers' Uoilers I
AU sizes a fine thing.
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS. ETC. ;
COWIKG'S PITCHER PUMPS I
Only House in the State where yon can
get such an article.
OF NEW YORK.
Waltham Watches. See and read
th advertisement headed "Waltham
Watches" in our columns this morning
The Waltham watch has no superior as a
time keeper, and, if you order a -watch of
iVlesssrs. Howard & Co., and it is faulty
in any respect, they will give you anoth
er, or refund the money, as you may
Fine. The present fine weather, so
much more enjoyable than a continued
fall ot rain would be, is -a present bless
inff that all can appreciate. These clear
and pleasant days suggest photographs-
in fact, just the kind of weather to get a
good picture, and Mr. Winter is the man
to take a first-class likenesd Improve the
time. - -
Chock. Full. Messrs. Cowan & Co.
inform tin that their warehouse is full
of wheat, and that they have been com
polled to stop receiving the article for
the present. Our mills and warehouses
are all pretty well filled.
Albany College Opened on Mon
day with a fine attendance.
BUCIIAXAA" &, 31 EARS,
yj, GENERAL ACESTS FOR
Oregon, and Washingten, Idano and
Sole agents for the Finest Stove out tho
Great variety of "GEM PANS."
a3FA.ll goods warranted First Class.-&a
Cash Plan, Low Rates, Strictly Mutual.
No Restriction on Travel,. Residence or
Policies issued in Gold or TJ. S. Curren
cy, as desired. -
No extra charge upon women.
All varieties of Policies issued.
Large Cash Value upon Surrendered
E. S. MERRILL, Agent,
oct9-5 Albany, Oregon.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I INTEND DOING A
General Commission Business
' . - ': i -
for the purpose of selling
'I - - '
All Kinds of; Produce
that may be consigned to me to eell.
Will receive sod attend to all orders on me to be
filled in Sam Francisco.
oct-5tf K. CHEADLE.
All articles warranted pure and of the best
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany. Oct. 17. 1868-6tf
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain Wagon Roads
To Desctauttes River :
Fonr Horse or Mule team i....$4 50
Two " " " 3 00
One " " " 2 00
Ox teams, three yoke 4 50
For every additional yoke 50
Loose horses, per head 25
In all its branches.
A Liberal Discount Made to Country
7p3 Call and see as before purchasing g
S2S-69-3 O. P. TOMPKINS A CO.
cattle, per bead
" sheep or hogs
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaded.
" " unloaded
Horse and rider-
Over 10,000 Persons
ESTIFY to the wonderful cures of
J. "W. Murray's
To Fisli Lake :
Four horse o mule team, each way- 2 00
Two " " ' " ......... 1 50
One " " 1 00
Pack animals, loaded 50
' unloaded 25
Horse and rider .'. 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 " " .. , n0
Horse and rider, - " 50
Loose animals, " ...... 25
Ox teams the same s horse teams.
W. W. PAnnisH, , Pres.
March 20. 1869-28
Balsam for the Liver and Blood, Nature's own
remedy. One of the celebrated physicians of
Portland says he is cured of the Lunir and Liver
complaint, and says he owes his life to
Dr. Murray's Lung and Liver Balsam.
Bead what he says :
Portland, May 21, 1869.
I have tried Dr. J. W. Murray's Lane 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, bat they did me no good. I exhausted
every remedy known to the medical ' profession,
and received no benefit. Ibis Lung and Liver
Balsam cured me, and I do not hesitate to recom
mend it to the public as a good and safe remedy
to the publie 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. G. W. BROWN, M. D.
General Agents :
SMITH A DAVIS, Portland, Oregon.
HODGE A CALEF, "
. June 5, '69-39tf !
CHEAP SEWING MACHINES.
&5 K HOME SHUTTLE SEWINGoy6 ET
f&A O Machine. A double-thread JftxS O
lock-stitch Shuttle Machine ; stitch alike on both
Q JO Celebrated Common-Sense ff A q
jC5 I O Family Machine. Both ma- X O
chines rully Warranted, for i years. Machines
sent to any part of the coast by exoress. C. O. D.
Agents wanted in every town on the Paciflo coast.
Pacific Sewing Machine Co.,
2y 109 Montgomery-st., S.F.
fV ALL DESCRIPTIONS, at fair prices,
W neatly executed at the KEOitTsa office.
luition lower than any other echovl of Tiiyh
grade in the State of Oregon. "Tft
Albany Collegiate Institute.
THE NEXT TERM OF THIS INSTITU
tion for youth of both sexes, will open on
Monday, the 18th of October next.
It will be in charge of the Rev. Edwabd R.
Geary and the Ret. Samcei. G. Ihvixe, assist
ed by a Corps of competent teachers. ..
The first term will embrace 15 weeks of tuition.
ending February 4th, 1870.
The second term will embrace 20 weeks of tu
ition, from February 7th to July 1st, 1870.
RATES OF TUITION
(per quarter or tex Weeks.)
Preparatory and common branches- $5 00
Advanced English 7 00
Ancient and Modern Languages, Higher
Mathematics, Ac 9 00
Tuition charged from date of entrance to end
of quarter, and payable in advance.
Organization of College Classes.
A Freshman class will be formed and a course
of study prescribed at the opening of the term.
Principal Text Books.
Wilson's Readers, Clark's English Grammar,
Robinson's Mathematics, Hooker's Natural
Science, Qiiackenbos' Rhetorie, Abbott's Aber-
crombie's Mental and Moral Philosophy, Hark
ness Jjatin berteS, b asquell s r rench beries, and
the most approved editions of the Latin and G reek
Of every recitation will be made, and an average
given in Quarterly Reports ; also, of attendance
The aim will be to develop in the student a
high sense ef moral obligation, honor and integ
rity, "and those who cannot be governed by such
motives, will not remain in the school.
May be had in families at $4 per week, and
rooms procured where students may board them
selves. By order of the Board of Trustees.
1 EDWARD R. GEARY,
Albany, Aug. 21, '69-50 President.
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Sixteenth Year of Publication!.
TflcCormick's Almanac (
For the Tear 1870,
Containing useful statistics relative to the popni-
lation and resources of
Oregon, Washington, Idaho & Montana,.
Together with a variety of other useful
- COlf PILED AKD PUBLISHED BT
S- -T- McCormicfcy
Franklin Book Store, ,
105 Front street, Portland, Oregon.-
Walk in! Walk in!
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 1
R. RRENNEIt'S STORE,
and see the goods which he is receiving direct
which be is going to sell very low for
Cash or Produce!
Call and examine my -Goods before you pur
chase elsewhere, as I am always willing to snow
N. B. I will pay from date for thirty days to
come, 30 cents per dozen for Eggs.
Sep. 25, '69-3y B. BRENNER.
A -OK TO HIT !
WADSWORTH & KUHN
Are now ready to execute all kinds of
Plain and Fancy Painting !
Signs, Carriages, Rnildings,
as well as
Graining-, Paperhanging, Calcimining-,
. and in fact all kinds and styles of
PLAIN AND ORNAMESTAL WORK,
that can be dono with Paint and Brush, at
ST- FAIR, LIVING RATES.
Give us a call. Shop on Ferry street, over
Kuhn A Adams' wagon shop.
, THE LATEST STYLES
- or "
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods !
SELECTED 'WITH CARE lit TIIB
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
JCST RECEIVED, AID OFFERED AT THE
Lowest Cash Rates.
k LL persons are hereby warned not to pur
J chase either of two certain Promissory Notes
made by me. one for $404, dated on the 9th of
September, 1869, and one for $505, dated Sep
tember 10th, 186U, both made payable to Geo. A
Edes, of Salem, Oregon, thirty days after date, in
gold coin of the United States, with interest at
twelve per cent, per annum, as Dotn ot laid notes
were obtained by fraud and without considera
tion, and I will not pay the same nor.any part of
Dated, September 15th. 1869.
2w3 By Powell a Fliicn, his attys.
THE EYES I THE EARS I
On First street, first door west of John Connor s
brick, and opposite R. C. Hill A Son's
P. C. HARPER.
May 15. 1869-38 " . '.
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MURRAY'S IMPROVED MAGIC
the King f Paia. ja5-30tf.
Or. T. iOI.IE7V,
OCUZJST AND AURIST,
ALBANY, :,.';! OREGON.
R. GOLDEN IS A SON OP THE
noted old Outhalmio Doctor. S. C
Golden. . , . ..
Dr. GOLDEN has had experience in treatinc
the various disease to which the eye and ear are
subject, and I eels confluent of giving entire satis.
faotion to those who may pilars themselves under
his care. -
Albany, April 10, 1869-31y
h Si; If,;
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Acting on Trade as Steam does on Machinery."'
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JfcCormiek't Almanac tho publisher desire to
call the attention of bmnnese men who have faith
in the benefits to be derived from advertising, to
the faet that this popular work presents the
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The advantages to be derived1 from Advertising
in McCormiek's Almanae, are, "
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.III. Its general preservation in every honse.
IV. As a work of reference it is In daily use.
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Or to L. P. FISHER,
San Francisco, California.
.Advertisements must be received prlor'to
October 15tb, 1869.
MURRAY'S IMPROVED MAGIC
-the King of Pain. ju5-3tf
HOUSE AliD fOU IQTSf
IN this city, a good new dwelling wita I) tco ,
necessary outbuildings, and four' IbtsVsboof
twenty minutes' walk frost the steamboat landinr-
jror particulars inquire at the office or tbe r.
T. Company, of J. B. MOHTEITH.
Aioany, January an, mow- j
NOTICE U hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed by the County Court of
Linn eounty, Oregon, Administrator 01 we tiuii.
of Alvin M. Brock, deeeased.lat of linn county .
and that all persons having claims against said
Estate must present them to the ndersigneddu
ly verified, at his residence near Boston; Linn'
eounty, Oregon, within six months from the data
Dated Sept. 18. .OWC
ALL those knowing themselves Indebted to us
are respectfully requested to call and settle"
34. Old account' mutt ur.rf.
BEACH A MOJfTEITH.
Alhanv. Oetober 10th. '
Notico of AdinliiisjtrattoA.
THE UKDERSIONKD bar been appoiUd;
by the County Court of Linn eounty, One
eon, to administer tbl estate of D. H. Bodine,
deceased, late of said county. Persons' having
claims against said estate, will present tbem,
duly verified, to the undersigned, at her residence
four mile east of Albany, in said county, within1
six months from this date. .
' MAROARETI BODISB, Adsrta-
. October 5th, If -t