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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1869)
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1869"
Sobscribors finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are iavited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
Portland Legal Tender rates.....
San. Francisco Legal Tender rates-..,
New York Gold quotations........
local news see first
The Railroad Meeting. The meet
ing at the Court Ilouse on Wednesday
night, which met to receive the report of
the committee appointed by the meeting
held on the evening of the 17th, was not
very largely attended. The committee,
consisting of Messrs. J, H. Foster, John
Conner and Dr. Tate, were appointed to
wait on our citizens - and see how much
they would donate to the O. C- Railroad
provided the line of the road ran through
Albany. " Mr. J. II. Foster, Chairman of
the Committee, reported that he had re
ceived subscriptions amounting to 83,000
or $4,000, said subscriptions to be paid
in the event the O. C. R. R. Co. located
their depot within half a mile of the
Court House in Albany. Dr. Tate re
ported subscriptions to the amount of
something over 517,000, said subscrip
tions to be paid piovided the railroad de
pot be located south and west of Albany
College, on land owued by Thomas Mon
teith. Mr. Abe ITackleman, one of the
town proprietors, then made a proposi
tion to the effect that if the company
would locate tbe depot on his land, not
less than half a mile east of tbe Court
House, he would give twenty- blocks of
land be would make an addition of
forty blocks to the' city, giving tbe Rail
road Company each alternate block. This
would place the "depot half a mile from
the business portion of ihe city. Dr.
Tate assumed tbe responsibility of say
Harrisburo, Ogn., Dec. 17, 1869.
Editor RkoIster : '.. ..-"- ". ,?
Pursuant to a call, a number of our
citiaens ' assembled at the Academy to
consider the expediency of extending aid
to the East Side Rail Road. - Oq motion,
Enoch Hault was elected to the chair,
and J. W. Brasfield was elected Secre
tary. Mr, Hault stated the objeot of the
meeting, and gave it as his opinion that
if proper means are used by the citizens
of Albany, Eugene City and Harrisburg,
the road will touch at these three points.
He had learned from a source entitled to
credit, that in the event that the people
of Albany will raise thirty thousand
dollars, Eugene City twenty thousand,
and Havrisburg ten thousand, we will se
cure the road.
Mr. fault was followed by Hiram
Smith, E. 3J. Moore, C. H. Paine, and
others, all expressing themselves in favor
of the early granting of the desired aid.
A rising vote was then taken, which
resulted unanimously in favor of ren
dering the desired aid.
Now we would ask tbe citizens of Al
bany if for the trifling sum above named
they will allow the railroad to leave them
several miles, which will inevitably take
away the county-seat, thereby crippling
them for all time to come ? Will the
citizens of Eugene City, for the small
sum above named, suffer the road to pass
by the way of Springfield, thereby caus
ing the dog fennel to again grow in their
streets to such an extent that they will
lose their children' in the streets ?
While we should, as citizens and com
munities, use the utmost economy, it is
clear that all necessary improvements
should be secured at some price. We
cannot afford to let an opportunity pass
for making sure of a railroad through our
towns. We have men in our midst who
oppose aiding railroads, and argue that
produce is worth no. more after the com
pletion of railroads than it is before.
We cannot expect that building a road
Some of the timbers being rotten, unex
pectedly gave way and precipitated a
number of men to tho bottom of the
creek, a distance of twenty or twenty-
five feet. Hon. Robert Glass was se
verely hurt. Ho lay for several days in
a critical condition, unable to help him
self, and -in great pain. His principal
injury was on the side and chest, al
though he was bruised in other places.
But we are glad to learn that he is now
in a fair way to recover.
Messrs. Fred: Smith and John Fleece
have secured a suit' of rooms, for the
purpose of getting up a supper and fur
nishing a , variety . of amusements for
Christmas eve." One of the gentlemen
informed us that they were going to have
a "regular old-fashioned New England
play." Those wishing to engage iu the
dance will be accommodated at Mr. Kirk's
Hall, nearby; those wishing music, vo
cal or instrumental," will also be accom
modated. Warehouse. We made a slight mis
take when we said Mr. Dave Froman's
new warehouse had a storing capacity for
two hundred thousand bushels. About
one hundred and twenty thousand would
come nearer the mark. We took a look
through it on Tuesday, and pronounce it
one of the strongest and best constructed
buildings throughout, in the State.
Masonic. The ceremonies incident
to the installing of officers, for the com
ing year in the Masonic lodge of this
city, transpired on Tuesday night. We
are informed that quite a number of in
vited guests Were in attendance, and ev
erything passed off pleasantly.
New. See. the new advertisem ent of
Messrs. Blain & Young in this issue.
They offer a good line of goods, at fair
prices, and, being as liberal as they are
handsome, arc entitled to the generous
custom given them.
How to Look "Langtxsbino."
The Philadelphia Day has it from eood
authority that many ladies are addicted
to the use ot Deuaoouua, or ueauty nagnt- i
shade, in a preparation to which druggists
and nerfumers have given a euphonious
but deceptive name. This poison is said
to have the effect of imparting to, the up
per part of the face, especially to the
eyes, a half-sentimental or half-sensual
expression, which is considered perfectly
' killing," on the promonade or at the
evening party. The cost of producing
this effect for a few hours is three dol
lars, and a perfect misery is endured for i
about an hour, while the potion is making
its deleterious impression an the system.
Sometimes the extract is dropped into
water and the eyes bathed with the liquid
for a similar purpose, and, while this
mode of application is the least hurtful,
yet the eyes must be in time greatly
A young girl at Kieff, in Russia, res
cued, recently seven children from a
burning house, which none of the fire
men dared , to : enter. The Emperor,
upon hearing of her heroism, sent her
a. thousand silver roubles, and the Em
press presented her with a valuable neck
' - San Francisco Markets,
Flour At former quotations. J
Wheat Common Milling, $1 30 ;
fair, $1 40 ; choice, 1 UU.
Barley Ranges from 95o to $1 12 J.
Oats Quotations range' from SI 20
inrr that ttl filiinrilhor An flu lief, tii-a. !
. , , , . ,, u , . , i through our Valley will change the mar-
eented by him would alter the terms of I . . , , r , .
. . . , . . . , - . , kets of the world, but we may reasonably
their subscriptions so as to make it ob- I , ., , ,
,. . . ., , i expect that railroads are a modern con-
ligatory on the Railroad Company to . , . ,
build the depot on a line between Ferry wblch larSe,y ees .
and Washington streets, south of the res-1 value of Vrtj ,n the country through
idence of Thos. Monteith. Mr. II. N. ; which tbey P58' and ha? any Stat,e'
c , . . ,, , i county or city inust stand in the back-
bmead, iu answer to a call made upon '. J , , , .
f ......... J . v.n,nt . . . .... I 1 1 .nil intinanna
j D . t . , ( 1 - 1
had offered Ben. Holaday five acres of
land upon which to erect a depot, said
land being something more than half a
mils south and east of the Court House,
; together with the half of forty -five acres
adjoining it, the condition being that the
road be built to, and the depot erected
on, said five acres. The above proppsi-
tionswre all that were made, and the
meeting adjourned sine die. I The ques
tion was not whether the road is coming
to Albany, but where shall the depot be
j To-Night. This evening (Friday) a
full bill is offered for the entertainment
and enjoyment of our citizens. The
Presbyterian and Congregational Sab
bath schools have united in a sociable
which will be held at Parrish Hall, to
which all are invited. The members
and friends of the Methodist Sabbath
school are invited to assemble at that
church,, where a Christms Tree, loaded
with presents,, will be on exhibition, and
addresses, . with vocal and instrumental
' music, will add to tbe charm and
pleasure of Christmas Eve. Lovers
of dancing' will be accommodated at
Hauck & Myer's new hotel, where every
. thing has been' arranged for an agreeable
eyeoing. .. If everybody - don't : enjoy
. "theirself" it will not bo for lack of
places open for sociality. '
Postponed. Owing t sudden and
. severe illness, Prof. C. B. Plunimer w;
unable to fulfill his engagement with th
Albany public on. the nights of the 22
and 23d. The " Professor announces
intention to remain among ns, and as
soon as his health will permit,' he will
delight the good people of Albany wit
his style . of " Elocuting, Orating,, De
lineating and Eotsettery-ating." The
" show " offered by the Professor will be
the most, entertaining ever offered to the
Albany public.aad all that enjoy a hearty,
healthy laugh will be there. " . ' .
Doubt eb. -Our ; Brownsville corres
pondent seems to doubt the intention or
ability af Ben Holaday & Co. to build
the O. C. R- R- through Linn county.
Our information is that they have bought
sufficient iron to lay the track to Albany,
and they positively assert it as their inten
tion to complete the road,' and have the
trains making regular trips over it to this
city early in tb tfee coming fall., -f
- - - ' ":mH -"
" f Early Aoaih. We issue : Friday
morning, one day in advance of our us
ual issue, because Saturday, our regular
day for issue,, is Christmas and who
, wants to read newspapers on Christmas ?
Then all want to know what is to trans
pire - on;' Christmas ve -and how, id
thunder could we tell what teas to trans
. pire on Friday night if we did not issue
Howe's Improvjed Bed Bottoms
Now being introduced into this county
by Mr. J. T. Rooney, are r decidedly a
good institution, as we know, from actual
trial, besides being the cheapest article
in the spring line -ever offered to this
community. They can be obtained of
-t Mr: Koony at Chat. Mealey a furniture
i shop, First and Brosdalbin streets, . ; (
refuses to encourage such' im
provements. In order to receive the
benefits of railroads, we must be willing
to aid in their construction. We hope to
see a united effort ou the part of Albany,
Eugene City and Harrisburg. Let us
take hold of this railroad enterprise and
reap all the incalculable benefits which
follow. A. W. WATERS.
Hay. r-This article is commanding
good prices. In fact we have been in
formed that it is almost impossible to
obtain hay hereabouts at any price.
Farmers who bare any to spare can get
their own price for it.
Prof. Pldmmer.--This gentleman
has gone to Portland to recruit his
health. As soon as his health will per
mit he will return to Albany to delight
her citizens with his inimitable mimicry
Disturbance. Our citizens were dis
turbed by the report of pistol shots on
Tuesday night. We oouldn't find out
who did the shooting, or what it was
about, but suppose the boys were ;,on it."
rUOM Ol'B BEUCLAR CORBKSI'OSDEST.
We have perused the Register. We
noticed a paragraph in regard to the
Brownsville Woolen Mill commencing
operations in the Spring. This forcibly
reminds us of the time when we were a
big school boy and were required to re
peat the memorable words of Patrick
Henry; "Mr. President It is natural
for men to indulge in illusions of hope
And, Mr. .Editor, we must 6ay we
thought the same when we saw what you
said in regard to the final location of the
Oregon Central Railroad through Linn
county. We understand the Company
are four miles west pf here now, survey-
ins. ivnen tms survey is compieiea,
and two more, it will be six complete
routes through r this eounty. We will
here venture the prediction (we charge
nothing for it), that the present Compa
ny will never lay a rail in Linn county.
As to wool manufacturing in Oregon, it
is at a dead lock, and will remain so for
years to come, unless relieved by the em
ployment of cheaper labor than is at
present available, or else' we have po
ability to reason from cause to effect.
There is a prospectus and subscription
list being circulated here this week for a
new paper to be published at Monmoth,
Polk county, in the interest of the Chris
tian or Campbelite church. They wish
1,200 subscribers to commence with.
A citizen of this place by tbe qame of
Davis, started with his team to the house
of a neighbor. Soon after, the team rer
turned home without a driver On
search being made he was found by the
roadside in an unconscious state, where
he had fallen from his vehicle in a
probable apoplee tic , fit, but, was soon re
stored to consciousness and his usual
The widow Leach has recently been
paid $1,000 by the Manhattan Life In
surance Co. on a policy of insurance
taken out by her husband previous to his
death. We mention this, not to puff the
Company, but to relate a ! circumstance
connected with it, which is as follows :
Mr. Leach took a thousand dollar policy
and paid the first installment, but his
business ; not .being very lucrative, he
surrendered it for a paid jap policy of
$100. But ope Mar apd a half before
his $1000 policy run out he breathed his
last, withT virulent- attack of , the-Jung
fever Had he lived one .hour and7a
half longer, the dues from the oompany
would have been but $100, .
On Tuesday last one of the old bridges
on the Cali pooia above - hero was being
taken down to give ' place to ft new pne.
For the HolidatS--Mcssis. nilta-
bidel & Co., have some nice toys for the
little people, besides a tine assortment of
caudies, nuts, fruits, etc.
Slippery. The frosty coverings of
onr sidewalks and cross walks. makes the
walking decidedly slippery. Rubber
overshoes are splendid preventora of . a
a fall, and Blain & Young have them to'
As we go to Press (Thursday) the
weather has moderated, and the chances
for skating are slim. -
From, Alaska Territory. -The
Sitka Time of December 4th contains
tho following : ' - :
' Lumber cannot be had here short of
S45 and $60 per thousand.
The people of Sitka have a town
clock, or rather the use of the Greek
Tbe sabbath school of the Presbyter
ian Chureh is in a flourishing condition.
The Russian population in . this city
celebrated St.- Michael's Day yesterday,
with great pomp and enthusiasm. '
Last Friday night two Coiporals went
into a house near No. 7 post, about ten
o'clock, and finding a young German, a
soldier who had been discharged that
day, the Corporals thought they could
make a haul by robbing him, and were
only prevented from accomplishing their
designs by the bravery of the discharged
soldier, who proved to be almost able to
whip both of them. The Corporals then
left discomfited, and as they were not re
ported to any of the officers, were not ar
rested. The next afternoon, however,
they, in company with a private soldier,
went into Jim Walker's house, on Mar
ket street, and while there, finding him
out, they attempted to commit a rape on
a young Russian girl who is living with
Walker. t The girl was sick and in bed
at the time this trio entered, and but for
the timely arrival ot tbe girl s only pro
tector, Mr. Walker, no doubt they would
have accomplished their hellish purpose.
The men are now under arre?t and no
doubt they ' will receive the punishment
they so richly deserve.
At the first ball of the season there
were some roses and some negroses.
Dere was earn gemmen ob de fast circle,
and sum trash ob de lower circles ob de
Artie Circle. "In the way of dancing
they were a, Russian, it, and joy seemed
to rule supreme." : . . .
James Walker, a colored gentleman of
this city, recently became a - convert to
the Greek Church. He was baptized in
the church and the ceremony created
more than a little interest among the
Russian population, and talk has it that
he is about to be married to a young Rus
sian girl, and if reports are to be relied
on they should have . long sinee been
united. But it can't be helped, acci
dents will, happen eyen in Alaska.
For the last week the weather has been
exceedingly mild. All day Wednesday
the weather was gloomy and showery,
but not to say chilly, The .indications
row are that we will have an open winter.
. Office, So. 64 Front Street,
Adjoining the Tolegraph Office, Portland, Oregon. ;
Special Collector of Claims,
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every description throughout Ore
eon and the Territories, WILL BE MADE A
SPECIALTY AND. PROMPTLY COLLECT
ED, as weU as with a due. regard to economy in :
all business matters intrusted to his care and the
proceeds paid over punctually.
Real Estate Dealer,
Sept. 11. tf.
The subjoined correspondence sufficiently ex
plains itself: .
Portland, Oregon, Jfov. 15, 1S69.
JIf.ssus. Eversox fc Haines, General Agents
New England Mutual Life Insurance Compa
ny, Boston : "
Gentlemen On my own behalf and in the name
of my orp.ban children, I beg to tbank you, and i
through you tbe rtew .uglanu Mutual Life In
surance Company of Boston, for its munificence'
in paying me my terminated policy on the life of
my busbana. on tie Zlst ot January, lsbu,
misfortune compelled ine to forego the payment '
of the last pramium which non-payment in any
other company would bare lost me my poucy-
but I am now overjoyed with the receipt of the
amount of tbe policy I less tn amount ot tne un
paid premium only), thanks to the equity of tbe
.Massachusetts Lapse Law!, that must bless many
widows and their children. I recommend the
New England Mutual to all who would provide
against nossible misfortune.? I sincerely thank
you again, gentlemen, for the payment, and also i
for your geuerous and gentlemanly assistance in
tbe matter. liespcctfully,
Portland, Orkoon, Scr. 15, 1859.
Messrs. Eversos A Haines. Uoneral Agents of
tbe New England Mutual Lite Insurance Com
pany, of Uoston :
Gentlemen Having taken a lively interest in
the affairs of a large and destitute family, left !
h an old resident of this city, who died Aug. 2,
1S69, and who was insured in the New England
Mutual Life Insurance Company,, we take pleas- j
ure in making the following statement for the in
formation of the public :
A. E. C. Miller wss insured by ordinary Life
Policy So. 13.054, bearing date January Z1.1K63.
He paid annual payments to January 21, 1868, I
inclusive, binee then nothing bas been paid.
He died August. 2, 1S69, over eighteen months
after the last payment of premium, yet your
company working under the Equitable Lapse
Laws of Massachusetts, pays the widow and
orphans the whole policy, deducting only the pre
mium due : while in all other companies doing
business here, about which we know anything,the
pohcr would loner since have been forfeited.
By the New England Mutual, the widow has
been paid tA 650 50. This we consider inuniH- I
cent, more especially' when we take iuto consid
eration that the family would not have received a
cent Irom any other company doing business on
this coast. . This, in our estimation, is enough to
recommend this company above all others. This
is Equity, this is Mutuality. We, therefore, ree
ommend this company to the public, as the only
company mat nas no forfeitures.
We herewith inclose you the acknowledgments j
ot me widow. Respectfully, etc,,
r JACOB MAYER.
h. Co. 1
Office New England Mi.-tual Life Inh. Co.
No. 12, Carter s Bcildi.m
Portland, Oregon, Nov. 18,
To Messrs. C. Bills, J. Myer, Geo. II. Flanders
and XI. Kellers:
Gentlemen- Yonr favor of yesterday. Inclosing I
"Acknowledgment of Mrs. Miller," is at hand.
Please accept our thanks for the voluntary
justice you nave done to the company we repre
sent. ours very truly,
EVERSON It HAINES.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I
A FRESH SUPPLY
WHEELERS NEW STORE
Brownsville, Nov. 27, '69-4y .
O. P. TOMPKINS 4p CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALER IX
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON,
Front-at,. Albany, Om- 1010 Market Kdy ta.
R.. Obeadlo Q Co.,
' Wholesale and Retail Pealer in
Copper, Br.., ZIne. Wire, Block Tin, Rmm VmMfiW I
I UmuulluA tutu uuuuiw n"H u
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS I
Bom, Iron and Lead Pip !
CAST. TIN AND ENAMELED HOLLOW FORWARDING A COMMISSION
TV A H. JBt I
House-Furnishing Hardware !
Farmers' Boilers I
All sises a fine thing,
Sole agents for the Finest Stove ouU the
t t a TnrrrvTir ivT7" I"
MARK OCKXUS :
JLd Gm9 Atbay, Oregon ; op,
H- Gm9 San Francuco, Cat
UberaJ advance made on eoIBieta,
RICHMOND'S PORTABLE RANGE.
This stove is particularly adapted to the wants
of this coast. 1,000 of them are now in use in
San Francisco, and they give universal satisfaction.
Great variety of 'GEM FANS,"
i BAll goods warranted First Class.-a
In all -its branches.
NOTICE TO SHIPFE3S.
XHTEXD DOWQ A
" -i , - I- ' ' 'i' '
General CommissUn Cosiness
for the pqrnoae of selling - ! -
All . Kinds of Produce
that may he consigned to me to sell.
A liberal pisconut Made to Country kJ."fc.XX3T,
i Will receive and attend to all order on mo to be
gat- Call ana see n oetore purcnasmgv - filled in San Francisco,
I octa-Str . ft. vna&ASaa.
O. P. TOMPKIXS A CO.
CEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
r It XJ G- I S T ,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrlsh'a Mew Bolldins;, First Street,
BUILDERS, ATTENTION 1
SASH, BLHD AND D00H
iiiu&s auu iucuit;iuc3)
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
m. q. ALTHOps. i. wntea?- r, AcaJiTO,
1.V0SJ TBEKT, (0! TBB BITBB aAJtaJ, ;
ALBANY, l I OR EGO W.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to
Xxxr-nisli. to . Order,
Sash, : '
In T t T 3 J CJ .1 If .11
All articles warranted pure and of the best Iuwu ue oeuiiua
fbysieian Frescrlptions careruuy compounaea.
Albany, Oct. 17, 188-6tf
RATES OF TOLL
OVER, Tm :
of all .ixe.
WINDOW AND C00R FRAMES
and all other kind of .
Hulking ITIatcrial I
This space has been purchased by
TV 3D- TITD
proprietor of the
Willamette Taller aud Cascade Ar P"p"d to d mill work , forntA sha.
, it I ker Fans, Kigiaft Shakers, Paction Pans; Driving
Pulley, of any kind, at our Factory oa Lyon
Mountain Wagon Road.
To Deaehuttes River X .
Four Horse or Mule team ......$ t 50
Two " " ........................ 3 00
NEW JEWELRY STORE, one - " 2 00
' 1 11 tmmm t Vi wnlra M. fall
IV oa ua w j vBvee w w
Foreverv additional Toke 60
First street, who, owing to the rush of business. Loose horses, per head 35
has not had time to write out his advertisement. I cattle, per head. ............... ............ 15
Albany, liee. i I, 'qo-4 sheep or hogs 3
Teams returninc empty, hall price.
Pack animals, loaded,., 50
' f unloaded M, .M 25
Ilurse and rider-.. ..,., 1 00
To FlsU take I
I Four horse or mule team, each way........... 2 00
I Two " ' . ......... 1 50
One " H ' 1
Pack animal, loaded.., ...., ,. 50
unloaded.H....M ...., 25
, Horse aud rider 75
Ox team, three yoke. ..... ....... .............. S 00
To Upper Soda Spring;
Four hone or mule team, out and back...,,. 2 60
l Two . i " , 2 00
I One . 1 00
Horse and rider, " i- 60
Loose animals, l ,., ! ?
U teams the same as horse teams.
W. W. Parrish, Pre.
See, . . "- i :
March 20, 1869-29 . :
SAIV FRANCISCO STORE!
' OOllliail KIR8T A5D rERBT 8TBKETS,
ALBANY..,, ... ..OREGON. !
THE EYES I THE EARS I
Re Still Lives.
TN Wisconsin, many year aro, lived one M.
M Pearson, a young man of great enterprise and
sagacity, and a remarkable judge of Groceries, in
which commodity he was, perhaps, the fairest
dealer in the State. Ho has done businea every
where, from Wisconsin to Oregon. Fast young
men and the oldest connoisseur would use nothing
but M. Pearson's cigar and tobacco. Gold hunt
ers in Idaho would buy their groceries from him.
The old ladies in Oregon would always bring their
truck and trade with him, and the children would
never go to sleep until guaranteed a full supply
of his eandy, This same (young man) M. Pear?
in. still lives and is doing business in Albany,
Oregon, dealing largely in Groceries and Pro vis-
ions, and baa a very good stock of tho above on 1
IS ALWAYS READY TO - .
Buy, JStfl,. Swap or Dicker.
DEALER IK ' '
Ctroceriea nnd: Prorisions,
At Cbaadla's old stand, earner First and
ml Broadalbiq streeU, A'bany, Ogn, 12
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, !
Boots, snqea, Haroware crockery,
and a full supply of Ladies'
I Fnrnisliiiis Emliroilery, Fancy Goods, &c.
also, a stock of
THE BEST UQTJORS I
I foi IJedicinal purpose only. ,.
Dr. T. E,. OOIsREN,
OCULIST AND AUSZST,
ALBANY, -r : i t t ; 0BE60N.
t - TkR. GOLDEN IS A BON OF THE
f Lf noted old Opthalmie Doctor, 8. C.
Dr. GOLDEN ha had experience in treating
tbe various disease to whioh tbe eya and ear are
Always on hand a large stock of
RT fOOkinST and Pftrlor StAVM f abj-t nd feel confident of giving entire sati.
, 00, VUUIUUg SHU rorUf OWTCS ( faotio to those who may place thmo!ros uder
and maoutaeture all kind of bis eare.
Tin, Copper and Sbeet-Iron Ware. ; i Albany, April 10. isov-sij
I all of whioh are offered at tho lowest rate for
All kinds of repairing done, on short -.. weenuo nr i.m
notice, and entire saUafaction warranted, at t ' "" "A'x"
Stove and Tin Store. hOTilVA Vfnf flV ATtd API3 41V
11A11V) 1AWAOH saaaia - IWWI
Hie Mm or Fnpfl'a Iteaidence,
Batata of Jobs WoibeL 4ecwa.
Notioa is hereby given that tho undersigned I Lesttmt Hvt VI the JtYeQch ntguaq,
has bepn appointed Administrator ef the I . , . . -
aoova astata, oy oroe or the dounty Court off For particulars, enquire at the corn Broad-
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aid estate inust present tho same to thd under- Befer to Prof. Jouif Barofil
signed, duly attested, within six months from this -.7
oaie, at nis resioenee on uak ereek, eight mile : "TrnT'n r''fVr4TTZ'
southeast from Albanr. Oremn. ' . . J VVV. Vitil, ;
JO UN B. MJL.LER. Adm.
Resseli, Ei.;ixg, Attyi.
-F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, at fair prices,
neatly axecutod at the Raotsna ojEca,
street, (oa the river bank), next below Ifarkham's
ALTHOITHE 4t CO.
Albany, February 20, 180-S4
Walk in! Walk in!
ladies and cinTur.,r:i 1
Walk imte ' "
and see tbe good which he b seeeiring dirocl
which be is going to sell very low for
Cash or Produce!
A ! n-j- i. r
chase elsewhere, as I am always will Log to aboif
N. B. I will pay from data for thirty day to.
come, 30 cent per doian for Eggs. '
Sep. 25, 'S9-3y B. BRENNER.
GOODS RECEIVED BY
. which will be sold for-s '
CASH or TIVT3E
j-'--' ; ; V -at "-v
Sixty Cents per Dushel I
In trad., or on Book account,
For all that may be ogfere4
oot9-4 ; R. : CHEADLE,
HOG S W A NT E D !
FIVE AND A HALF ANDi 'fiJJt CENTS
net, in C A 8 H. pajd fo .
delivered in Albany, Oregon, to t
A. OOWAN k CO.
Albany, Novraber , 'dfl-Omi j
PARTIES OWING FREIGHT BILLS wUt
all and nettle immediately. '
On and aftee January 1st, 1870, no freight
wiU be delivered until eharge are settled.
Albany, Deeesaber 1st. 1870-13, - x '