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Lover Struck by Lightning Au ICng
A melaucholy interest surrounds the
details respecting the deaths of Thomas
Hardalcer and Emma Carrie k-, the two
L lovers who were strack dead by light
ning on Sunday night, in the toot-path
lead in? from Stanningley to Farsley. It
appears that the couple had both been
Sunday school teachers at Saint James
' Church, Stanningley, and had keptcom
pacy two or three years, the young wo
I man being employed as a weaver, and the
j young man traveling about the country
t with his brother, James Hardaker,. iu
i charge ot a toy and fancy bazaar. Last
week, being Farsley featt, the bazaar
' was pitched there, and Thomas Hardaker
availed himself of the opportunity to pay
i his sweet heart, Emma Oarrick oecas
' ional visits.
The bazaar was got ready on Saturday
night for removal to Holbeck at sir on
3londay morning; and, as the couple
. were to be married in November,, they
.were anxious to be together as much
as possible before parting. In the
afternoon they took tea at her father's
house, and in the evening were at Fars
ley.' They appear to have been on their
i way to the youog woman's home at Stan-
oingley when the calamity occurred.
They took the path across the fields,
' and were last seen alive in conversation
in' " sniekett," a narrow road between
two walls terminating the foot-path in the
direction j6f Stanningley. They appear
to have retraced their steps to Farsley,
and: to Lave stood for shelter in the shad
ow of the wall, on the foot-path leading
. to Jflr. Uutler's path, close to the field
path, and- bear to a stile road, which was
protected" by an Jron railing. On the
south side of the wall is a plantation of
young trees, and some fifty yards further
on, on the north side, are other irou rail
ings, the 'unfortunate pair standing be
tween the iron stile and palisading to the
The storm came from the westward,
and it is supposed that the electric fluid
-attracted by the mass of iron, swept on
ward to that guarding the stile road, and
on its way struck down the. lovers, as
they were found lying apart a few yards
from the wall, the young man stretched
on his back, and his unfortunate partner
on her face,her umbrella or parasol lying
under her body.
The only mark of the action of the
lightning on the bodies of the unhappy
pair was to be seen in their faces, which
were scarred and burnt about the fore
head and nose. Ilardaker's right boot
was ripped up, a small hole was burnt in
bis purse, and two or three other holes in
his shirt," and his money gold, silver
and copper was partially melted, two
shilling pieces being fused together ; but
rather singularly, the young woman's
purse and its contents were untouched.
When the bodies were washed and laid
out they appeared to be only asleep, the
young lady's countenance having a pleas
ing expression, and the color remained
sometime in her cheeks. London Times
One Hundred Thousaue Dollard for a
Mr. Robert Bonner of the New York
Ledger, offers one hundred thousand
dollars for a horse that will equal the
recent performance of Dexter a mile to
heavy wagon in 2:21. A hundred
. thousand dollars seems a fabulous price
for a horse ; but there is no doubt tha
Mr. Bonner would draw his check for
that sum any day for the peer of Dex
There is no telling what speed may be
shown hereafter : but the opinion seems
almost as universal and fixed among
j horsemen that Dexter never will be equal
ed as it is that he never has been. We
i saw Mr. Bonner drive him, a few days
ago, at Prospect Park, where he
evidently did not dolus best, in 2:181.
The" only horseman we know of who
expresses any expectation of ever owning
a rival to Dexter's time is President
Grant; but we apprehend that he will
become less hopeful after the experiment
in preceding trotters shall have progress
ed farther. i
The most promising young horse in
the country to-day probably, is a colt, as
yet unnamed, but. we believe, to be
oalled ; Edward Everett, which is also
owned by Mr. Bonner, and is now in
training in the country. He has made
the fastest time ever made by a five
year old. This celt is of the same stock
with Dexter and is said to have a finer
way of going in the opinion of the most
skillful and practised horseman than
was ever before shown by a colt.
-There is one service of great utility
which Mr. Bonner might render to the
world. . He undoubtediyi,possesse8 a more
i complete and thorough knowledge of the
horse's foot that any other man that ever
lived. No better evidence of his skill
could be furnished than is seen in the
improved feet of Dexter. When Mr.
Bonner bought him, one forward foot
was smaller than the other, and very
defective and tender. This has enlarged,
and is now natural and perfect. Form
erly Dexter never "trotted without boots
on ; but now he never wears them, and
does not touch a - hair.
If Mr. ' Bonner were to put all his
knowledge into a book, amply illustrated
- by plates, it would be a most valuable
work. But there is no chance of his
ever having leisure or inclination to do
this. New York Sun.
. . . . ; .
"Zack Tower," a crazy man at the
Schenectady poorhouse, lately remarked
in a speech made in a vacant lot near
that place, .that sooner than sccept the
nomination for President of the United
States, he'd stand the Mohawk river on
end and shin it like a tree toad to
Pat was helping Mr. Blink to get a
gafe in his office one day and not' being
acquainted withN the -article, inquired
what' itM fflV
filp "prevent papers and other articles
which, are placed in jt from being burnt
in case of fire," said Mr. 3. - ' "
" Aafctstire will nothing ever burn that
is put i that thing ?"
J Well thin; yer honor, ye'd better be
after getting into the same when you
Mr B. " wilted'
Eighteen ladies are announced as pub
lic lecturers this year, but nobody has
dared to state the number of those who
will give private lectures.
" What death would you prefer to
die?" said a person to another. I don't
exactly know; I should like to try seven
or eight before deciding the point."
Minnesota is "overrun with beggars
mostly from Europe, who cannot even
ask alms iu English, but make known
j their wants by pantomine.
A little boy out west was asked if he
j knew where liars went, and answered yes
I they wenf to Jew York to write for
j the papers
The official vote of the State of New
York gives Nelson, Secretary of State,
20,253 over Sigel, and Allen, Comptrol
ler, 25,291 over Greeley.
C O O It H
That Photograph Best,
A R E
BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, "d ep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or neatly so, are
Pnrple, Bine, Crimson, Pink, &c.
ASytkm ly use&VS,
IJJy MAKING THE
4 EVERY VARIETY OF i
GILBERT BRO., AGENTS,
Sept. 18. '69,2
J. A. WINTER.
f f ? y f
TO THE WORKING CLASS We are now
prepared to furnish nil classes with constant em
ployment at home, the whole of the time or foj
tbe spare moments. Business new, light and
profitalde. Persons of either sex easily earn
from atfc to $5 per evening, . and a proportional
sum by devoting their whole time to the business.
Boys ami girls can earn nearly as much a men.
That all who see this notice may send their ad
dress, and test the business, we make this unpar
alleled offer : To such as are not well satisfied,
we will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will
do to commence work on, and copy of The
Pettple'e Literrxry Conpttnitm one of the largest
and best fnmily newspapers published all sent
free by mail. Reader, it you want permanent,
profitable work, address, E. C.ALLEN A Co.,
10m3 Augusta, Maine.
S. DENNY, "
Manufacturer and Dealer
in all kinds of
FURNITURE & CABINET WARE,
Under the "States Rights Democrat! office,
DEALER IN MANUFACTURER OF
FUR NIT TT HPS-IE! I
CABINET WARE !
13 eel cling-, Etc.,
Corner First and Broad Albin streets,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAIB TO -"PKk
ORDERS OF AX.il KINDS
in his line.
October 31, ISfiS-S
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING HER
numerous patrons that she has cm hand, and
is in regular receipt of the
Latest and Choicest Styles of Goods
Millinery Lino !
RE.UEREK, LADIES !
If you purchase
TEN DOLLARS' WORTH
of Fall Millinery you will bo entitled to the
for the year 1869, as a premium on the purchase
I A Weekly Newspaper,
Containing 28 colams of matter,
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY,
In the City of Albany,
. j -AT-
$3 I ex Anmim,
Six months $2
Dress and Cloak Making-
in all branches.
Bleaching and Pressing
in the latest and best manner.
Goods Cheap and Patience Inexhaustible
Corner Main and Broad Albin streets,
November 7, 1868-9
"LOCAL! ITEMS" made a SPECIALTY.
Firtt street, opposite Parrish fr Co.'s store,)
HAVING a very fair assortment of material
we are prepared to execute, with neatness
and dispatch, all kinds of
i -. '
. Ball Tic7cels,t
I ' . Labels,
of all kinds,
at as low figures as a do regard to taste and good
work will allow.- When yo want anything in
the printing tyoe, call at the Kkoutek office.
NOTICZ 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,
I, ATI Alt CHEADLE,
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in San 'Francisco.
oct-5tf R. CHEADLE.
Over 10,000 Persons
fJlESTIFY to the wonderful cures of.
33 r. J. "W. Murray's
Balsam for tha Liver and Blood, Nature's own
remedy. One of the celebrated physicians of
Portland says be is cured of tbe Lung and Liver
complaint, and says he owes his life to
Dr. Murray's l.nng and Liver Balaam.
Read what he says :
Portland, May 21, 1869.
I hare tried Dr. J. W. Murray's Lang and
Liver Balsam. I used it in my family with tbe
best of success. I was sick for some months and
nsed 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 Lang and. Liver
Balsam cured me, and I do not hesitate to recom
mend it to the public as a good and safe remedy
to tbe public and my friends. . It Is good, and
those who know me, as many do in this Btate, as
I have lived in many parts of it, know that I
would not recommend them to nse a thing that
had no merit, because I In opposed to quack
remedies. G. W BROWN, M. .
General Agents i
SMITH DAVIS, Portland, Oregon.
HODGE 4 CALEF, " "
June 5, '89-39tf
ri7RJYIlY. - - TVItJVIIVO.
t AV PBSPARKO TO DO
ALL KINDS OP TURNING!
I ketp on hand and make to order
. . .' AMD '
If&r- Shop near the "Magnolia Mills."
JOHN M. METZLER
Albany. Nov. 28, 1888-12
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
Policies Exempt from Execution.
OVER 12,000 MEMBERS.
Dividends paid one year from date of
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfcit-able.
Over 5,000 Policies issued
THIS COMPANY POSSESSES A COMBI
nation of desirable features which no other
organization ean claim. Its growth has been
steady, its success marked. Its system of busi
ness it pre-eminently adapted to benefit the ht4d
crs of its PolicieK. i
M'KENNEY & LINDERMAN,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, directly opposite Occidental Hotel.
t ieucral Agent for Oregon and Territories,
PORTLAND, OREGON. '
Nov. 6, 69-9y
-CORNER OF -
Front and Washington Streets,
X. p. W. Qnimby, - - - - Proprietor.
(Late of the Western Hotel.)
THIS HOUSE is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and it will be ths
endeavor of the Proprietor to make his gueste
comfortable. Nearest Hotel to the steamboat
jrfr- The Concord Coach will always be fomr
at the landing, on the arrival of steamships ar.
river boats, carrying passengers and their bar
gage to and from tbe boats free of rhnrije.
House enpplied with Patent Fire Ejrtinguimhern.
Front street J t Portland, Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PUR
chased this well known Hotel, are now pre
pared to offer the traveling public belter accom
modations than can be found elsewhere in the
Board and Lodging 92 OO per day. '
The Hotel Coach will be in attendance to con
vey Passengers, and baggage to and from tha
Hotel free of charge.
J. B. SPRENGKB.
Office Oregon A California Stage Company, B.
G. Wbitehousf., Agent. 2tf
S. D. SMITH. SBO. B. TOOK.
Corner First and Morrison streets,
Messrs. SMITH A COOK have taken this
well known house, refitted and refurnished
it throughout, built a large addition, making
thirty more pleasant rooms, enlarged the Dining
and Sitting rooms, making it by far the j
, Bent Hotel In Portland. :
A call from the traveling public will satisfy
them that the above statements are true.
SMITH A COOK, Props.
N. B. Hot and eold Baths attached to the
house for the benefit of guests. ; 50
Portland, August 15th, 1869.
Jtfew Columbian Hotel,
Nos. 118, 120 and 122 Front street,
PORTLAND, i t i OREGON
ED. CARNEY, PROPRIETOR. !
The Largest, Best and most Convenient
Betel in Portland!
Located in the center of business and near all
the steamboat landings.
Board and Lodging-
From one to two dollars per day according to the
ja" Rooms newly lurnisnea ana wen ventil
ated. Superior accommodations for families.
S- The New Columbian Hotel Coach will be
in attendance at all the landings to eonvey pas
sengers and baggage to and from this Hotel
17 . Pree ol Charge ! 69
UNITED STATES of AMERICA,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
F ALL.' KINDS, printed at the very lowest
rare, as oraerea, ( tois omre,
Chartered by special Act of Congress,
Approved July 25, '1868.
DIRECTORS : ,
, CLARENCE H. CLARK,'
W. (i. MOORHEAD.
GEORGE F. TYLER.
J. HINCKLEY CLARK,
K. A. ROLLINS.
HENRY D. COOKE,
W. F. CHANDLER,
JOHN 1). DEFREES,
II. C. FAHNEST0CK.
CLARENCE E. CLARK,-Philadelphia, Presi
dent. JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance & Executive
nENRY D. COOKE, Washington, Vice Presi
dent. EMERLON W. PEET, Philadelphia, Secretary
E. S. TURNER, Washington, Assistant Sec
rotarv. FRANCIS G. SMITH, M. Medical Director.
J. EWING ME ARS, M. D., Assistant Medical
THE attention of persons contemplating in
suring their lives, or increasing the amount
ot insur;inr-c they already have, is called to the
special advantage." offered by the NATIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE ADVANTAGES OFFERED
It is a National Company, chartered by special
Act of Congress, 1808.
It has a Paid-up Capital of Sl.flOO.OtO.
It offers Low rates of Prvmiuin.
It furnisher Larger Insurance than other Com
panies for the same money.
It is Definite and Certain in its Terms.
It is a Home Company in every locality.'
Its Policies are exempt from Attachment.'
There are no Unnecessary Restrictions in the Pol
icies. Every Policy is Non-forfcitablc.
Policies may he taken whii-h Pay to the Insured
their Full Amount and Return all the Pre
miums, so that the Insurance costs Only the
Interest on the Annual Payments.
Policies may be taken that will Pay to the In
sored, after a certain number of years. Dur
ing Life, an Annual Income of One-Tenth the
Amount named in the Policy.
No Extra Rate is charged for risks upon the
Lives of Females.
Insures not to Pay Dividends, bnt at so low a
cost that dividends will !e impossible.'
ITS POLICIES ARE NEGOTIABLE.
By the Charter of tbe Company, certificates of
obligations will he issued, agreeing to purchase
its policies at their value Which, when accompa
nied by the policy duly assigned or transferred
are negotiable, and may be used as collateral se
curity, in making loans from the Company or
from other parties.
The Hon. Jno. E. Sanford, Insurance Commis
sioner of Massachusetts, in his Report for 1868,
speaking of Dividends in Life Insurance Compa
nies, says , " Tbe sooner such guarantees cease
to be made, and such expectations created, the
sooner Life Insurance will come to rest on its true
motive, and men insure their lives for security,
and not for dividends. The best and the most
popular companies will then be those that prom
ise only equity, and render all that tbey promise,
and furnish the best security, with the most up
right and judicious management."
By the Stock plan the full cash effect of the
premium is immediately secured to the insured,
the Company taking all the risk. By the Mu
tual plan, the full value in insurance of the pre
mium paid, is not secured to the policy-holder,
who takes a portion of the risk himself."
Policies Issued In '
Grolcl ot Currency,
WM. E. HALE, MANAGER.
WELLS, FARGO A: CO.,
FOIt THE PACIFIC COASt! "
; J. C. iflENDENIIAXL,
Por Oreg-on and Washington Territory.
Albany, September 11, 1889-1M
Farmers Can Ride and Plow.
ir seccriso ose or ths
" GAY " PLOWS,
Manufactured and sold for the very low price of
TITE simplicity and practicability of this new
Plow commends it favorably to the special
notice of every farmer. It possesses a decided
superiority over all other plows now in use. The
wheels are four feet in diameter, and run on tbe
nnplowed land. Its entire construction is in no
way complicated. The plow is managed in every
manner with ease, and requires only two levers
to be used in making any alteration. Tbe supe
riority of the "Gay" Plow will be clearly shown
by the following certificate-:
We, the undersigned, citizens of Linn county,
Oregon, having purchased and nsed upon our
farms the "Gay" Plow, hereby certify that the
same has given us entire satisfaction. Its facility
for adjusting to suit the depth of furrow without
moving from the seat, is simple and easy. We
like the plow for its draught, because the same is
brought to bear directly upon the plow-beam in
stead of the carriage ; also, because it is strong
and durable, all except the wood-work being con
structed of wrought iron no castings are used.
The wheels running upon the solid land is an ad
vantage over other gang-plows, in striking off
land and in plowing, not having to make the nec
essary changes in the machinery, and the seat is
always level, not throwing the driver forward or
sideways as in other plows. Better work and
more of it ean be accomplished by the nse of this
Plow than by band. ,
We take pleasure in recommending the "Gat"
Plow to our brother farmers, as one having no
superior in Oregon
3. G. REED.
A. S. LOONEY,
W. H. GOLTTREE.
May 20th, 1869.
W. P. ESHOM,
E. W. PIKE,
The "Gay" Plow is manufactured by
Goulding, Portland Machine Shop.
'All orders will be promptly attended to by ad
dressing, C. F. GAY,
- . Albany Agents.
J. BARROWS A CO., Agents
for Linn A Benton counties.
JOHN BRIGGS, Agent
for Linn A, Benton counties.
May 22, 69-37
I DEALER IX
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX,
of the best patterns !
Tin, Sheet-Iron and
Copper Ware !
and the usual assortment of Famishing Goods to
be obtained in a
TIN- STORE !
Jrfairm jtrntfif ttnd prtttnptffj efewtel, '-.
"Short reckonings, make long friends."
Front street Albany.
. Next door to Mansfield A Co.
BLACKSMITH INC !
PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS
HE undersigned gives notice to the general
public, tnat tie is now manufacturing tbe
Galcsburg Patent Plow !
and any other style of plow that may be ordered.
Also, particular attention paid to
Horse Shoeing. Wagon and Darrlage
. I Making,.
and General Jobbing.
Ail work entrusted to me will receive prompts
attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with good material.1 A share of public
patronage is solicited.
Shop on corner Ellsworth and Second streets,
opposite Pie-ce' Ferry. F. WOOD.
Albany, November 21, 1868-11
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
BITCH ANA1Y & HEARS,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Oregon, and Washington, Idano and
Cash Plan, Low Rates, Strictly Mutual.
AH Policies Non-Forfeitinp- by their
Terms. ' ,
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 Surrendered
E. S. MERRILL, Agent,
3,612,771 1 00
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE '40.
Purely . TuTxxtrvL.!.
" INCORPORATED 1835.
Cash Dividend, 18T 628,578 65
Cash lMvldend. ihob. ......... ...... . "
Total surplus dividend-........ .
T.nflM. naid in 18S8 ............
Total losses paid. ....... ....... ..
income lor ibo-.
. i r . 1 : w,m th
Atlantie States, Europe, Oregon, or th. Sandwicl
isianas. . . - ! .
AU Policies non-forfeiting, and governed by the
non-forfeiting law of Massachasetts,
Policy holders the only person! who reoelvo d ir
deeds in this Company, which are declared
and paid annually j first dividend avail
able at the payment of tbe second
' '' annual premiums. AU Poiiciee
remain in force as long as
there i any surrender
NO rotttElTURES I
This old and popular Company, (the oldest Mu
tual Life Insurance Company in this
country) insures at the low- . ',
est possible rates. . . .
Tbe stability of this Company, with its past his
tory, increasing capital and business, and the sat-
isfactory manner in which it ha discharged IU
obligations in the past, are guarantees for th
future snch as far-seeing and careful men require
in their investments.
Persons generally, who thoroughly understand
the working of Life Insurance, are anxious to
avail themselves of its equitable provisions. . .
Full Information will be given to those who
desire, at the Agency.
Office, 39 State Street, Boston.
Pacific Branch Offices, ,
303 Montgomery Street, San Franclaeo.
Room 3, . Carter' e Building, Portland, Oregon,
EVERSON & HAINES, General Agts.
RUSSELL. .& EL.KIIYS, AgU,
Alhany, September 19, 188-2y "
HOUSE AKDJFOUR LOTS I
IN this city, a good new'dwelling wuj li J-'t
necessary outbuildings, and four lots, about
twenty minutes walk from the steamboat landing.
For Darticalars Inquire at the office of the P.
T.Companv.of J. B. MONTEITFI.
Albany.- Januarv 30, 1869- . ' ;
ot. uTODlva tVPBOVEn MAtlTf!
or, .h t. in... . 7 . .... . - .
Oil the King of Pain. , jua-.wtr a
A New Gold MtetaL
metal Watches !
lOW BKIftO WRODl'CKD T
C. E. COLLINS & CO.,
629 Washington street, San Francisco,
Surpass anything yet made in the way of an im
itation Gold Watch. Tbey wear well and keep
The Ladies' Watches cost $8. $1(1 and $15 each;
the Gentlemens' cost $15 and $20 each.
Chains, from $3 to $6 each.
San Francisco, May 12, 18B9.
This is to certify that I have carried one of tha
small size Gold Metal Watches which I got of C.
E. Coiling A Co., and I find that it runs as well,
and keeps as good time as any watch I ever car
ried, and I can therefore recommend tbem. I .
am engaged on Sacramento steamer Chrysopolis.
C. A. COLBY.
I am engineer on the San Jose Railroad ; X
have been carak-ing one of C. E. Collins A Co.'s
Warhes for about one yenr, and I can safely say
it is the rery brut watch for time, thet I have ever
seen. GEO. CORNWALL. ' '
Engineer on the San Jose Itaitroad.
To a No, May 20, 18B9..
ilenr. C. E. Oolliue rf Co. I wish Ui know
on what tcrms'you will send five or six watches
to one address. Several of the men in this ma
chine shop are highly delighted at the watch I
got of you : I am very much pleased with it ; it
gives satisfaction. Hoping to boar front you
soon, I remain yours. It. B. PATTON,
Clerk. Toano. C. P K. R.
For List of Prices and description of Goods,
send directly to us. Can be sent by express, to
bo paid for on deliverv.
C. E. COLLINS CO.,
629 Washington street, San Franciseo.
P. S. Where six. Watches of the above are
ordered at one time, we will send one extra, frco
of all charge. We also deal in the finest. Gold
and Silver Watches, watchmaker's and jeweler's
tools and materials, at tbe very lowest possible
Tho new Gold Metal Watches now being intro
duced by C. E.- Collins A Co., of San Francisco,
seem to be just the thing for those desiring a
cheap and at the same time good-looking time
keeper. . One o the young lady compositors in
our office has One of the cheapest kind advertised
$8 which runs wcil, keeps good time; looks
well, and seems to fulfill all the requirements of a
high-priced watch. Tbe chain1 sent with this
watch is of exquisite design and high finish. See
their advertisement in another column. Alpine
Watches. We have received one of the new
Gold Metal Watches from C. E. Collin. A Co., of
San Franciseo. .It is neatly finished, hunting
case, keeps good time and is, without douVt. the
best watch for the price that ean be purchased in
San Francisco. La Porte Union.
What NextT Cheaper than silver looking
and wearing like gold neither plated or galvan
ised are the new Gold Metal Watches we saw
last week at our friend Collins'. If we had not a
gold watch which we have to pay each year $2
to "Uncle Sam" for the privilege ef wearing wo
certainly would have a Gold Metal. Watch.
.Spectator. ' jy45tf
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Nos. 416 and 4X8 California Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stookholders Individually Liable.
Cash Capites) In Gold Dolu, 750,04Ov
Deposit In Oregon, 950,000.
LosscstPromptli and Equitably Adjusted.
THIS COMPANY having complied with tho
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty ;
thousand dol)aa, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against LJsspr Damage by Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
. GUSTAVB TOTJCHARD, Pres.
XHAS. D. HAVEN, Soe'y.
XV. W. Parrish Ac Co.,
Agents for Albany.
Albany. January 9, 1SB9-18 i '
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
between Charles Mealey and William Plymn-
ton. under tbe firm name of C. Mealey A Co.. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. All moneys '
due the firm most be paid to C. Mealey. All
debts contracted by the firm will be paid upon ,
presentation to the undersigned, who will continue
in tbe furniture business at the old stand, corner
of Broadalbin and First streets.
; . CHARLES ME ALEX.
. WILLIAM PLYMPT0N.
Albany, June 18, e-4I
Bias Charco t
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted' to,
the late firm of C. Mealey fc Co., are re
quested to come forward and make immediate
payment to the undersigned. A word to the.
wise," . u. 1MbKI,
June 19, Y.9.