Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1870)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15,v 1870.
Subscribers Hading an, X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are, invited to renew their
subscriptions. Term $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
SAstiam Canal. Sincatho question
of bringing the Oregon Central Railroad
(East Side) through Albany has been
settled in the affirmative, other interests
that affect the future prosperity and
growth, of oar city to at least as great an
extent as the securing of the railroad, are
being canvassed by our citizens. The
first in importance that now presents its
' claims to the attention of our business
men, is the proposition to bring the wa
ters of the South Fork of the Santiam,
by means of a navigable canal, to this
city. Un last Monday night a lar
number of our citizens assembled at the
office of Messrs. Beach & Monteith, to
thoroughly canvass the . subject ascer
tain the length, probable cost, and the
advantages to accrue to those investing
their money in the construction of a
navigable canal. As this matter of dig
ging a canal has been broached before,
there were several persons at the meeting
who had been over the whole ground,
and were well acquainted with the "lay
ol the country." Messrs. Backensto,
Warner, Powell, and others, addressed
the meeting, stating the practicability,
length, fall, benefits, etc., of the canal.
The general conclusion seemed to be that
the length of the canal would be about
nineteen miles ; that as there were no
natural obstructions it could be fin
ished in one season, provided it was
pushed; that it would be a paying in
vestment to stockholders from the first,
and that the , benefits to accrue to this
city from its completion, could hardly be
estimated. Mr. Hart, contractor on the
Yamhill ditch, stated that he had figured
on eighteen miles of canal, without locks, j
and his contract price would be 27,000.
He thought that it would be necessary to
construct from four to six locks, said
locks costing 1,000 each. Mr. Hart's
estimates were made on a canal similar
Items is Brief. The survey of the
new line bringing the railroad into Alba
ny commenced on Thursday.
Mrs. II. C. Godley has returned' from
California, and will make this her future
home.' - '' : ' ' h
C- B. Plummer will probably visit us
again next week, and "orate" to ouj ?pit-s
The Lebanon Ditch Company f have
filed new of amended articles of incor
poration. ,' 'I
Beldinsr is the name of the gentleman
engaged in starting the broom factory in
this city, instead of Bclden.as we print
ed it on our first page.
Mr. Tweedale succeeded in collecting
quite an amount of money on Thursday,
to aid a widow, with two children, in in
digent circumstances, to reach her home
in California. .
The new Marshal has been making it
lively for the boys since he went into
office. Says he's got to play " even " on
The steamer Success stuck on a bar a
couple of miles above this city on Tues
day, where she lay about twelve hours.
If dry goods are needed you are in
formed that P. C. Harper & Co. have
a fine assortment.
An artitle entitled " Ortgon" on our
fourth page, -would pay to cut out and
send to friends in the East.
Millinery. Mrs. Duniway has a new
card in this issue, calling attention to her
millinery establishment. She has an
elegant stock of goods, and is prepared
to cut and make dresses, etc., etc., in the
latest and most tasty styles. Our lady
readers are invited to call at her estab
lishment and examine goods.
Meeting Looking to the Organization; of 1
a Canal Company. ,
Albany, Jan.. 10th, 1870.
By request, quite a large number of
the citizens of Albany met at the office
of Messrs. Beach and Monteith, on
Monday evening, to consult and take
steps for the purpose of organizing an
incorporated company, to bring the wa
ter of the Santiam into Albany.
Dr. W. P. Alexander was called to the
Chair, and Jno. Conner chosen Secretary.
The President called upon Judge
Powell to state the object of the meet
ing. After remarks from several gen
tlemen present, as to the importance,
route, feasibility, &c, the following res
olution was unanimously adopted :
Rt solved, That it is expedient, and the
demands call for the bringing in of said
water. : ; -
Articles of incorporation iwere then
offered by Judge Powell, which were
read and left with the Secretary.
On motion, a committee of six, viz :
Messrs. Powell, Beach, Elkins, Hannon,
Cranor and Conner, were chosen to finish
Articles of Incorporation, and take such
other necessary steps as may be deemed
advisable, and to report to the next meet
The vote of the meeting was then
taken, which resulted as follows : That
the subscription stock be fixed at 40,
000. and the shares at 100 each.
On motion, adjourned to meet Thurs
day evening, the 13 th inst., at the same
place. W. f. A JjJii A AJN U-U.lv, Ubm.
Jno. Conner, Sec.
Mistakes. A mistake was made in
mailing papers last week from this office
some points got more Registers than
there were subscribers, and others not
enough. Owing to the fact that our list
was largely increased during the latter
part of the week, we had no papers left
to make matters right. If those offices
that received more than they are en
titled to, will re-mail the extra copies to
this office, we can right the matter. ;
! Office,' No. e Kront Street
Adjoining the Telegraph Office, Portland, Oregon.
Special Collector of Claims,
Amounts. Notes. Bonds. Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every description throughout Ore-
eon and the Territories, wiiu nx. MAVU A
SPECIALTY AND PROMPTLY COLLECT
ED, as well 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.
City Directory. A Directory for
m width, deptn, &e., to tne lamum ta- the citv will be issued irom this othce in
nal, Tiz : Nineteen feet at top. ten feet . a few weeks. It will embrace a business
at bottom, and three feet deep. The , and general directory of the residents of
locks were to be eighty feet. The opin- j the city, together with statistics and other
ion of those present was that a canal of j valuable information in , regard to its
the above dimensions should be dug, ! present and future prospects. A limited
that we have the capital, and that the j uuniber of advertisements will be insert
interests of this city demands its inline- j ed at S10 per page. Those of our busi
diate construction. Forty thousand dol- ne-ss men who want cards in the Direct
ors was fixed as the amount of capita! i 0ry should hand them in next week.
necessary- to complete the work. Mr- j
Hart gave,1 the capacity of the canal at ! Health. A few cases of whooping
0,000 cubie iaehes of water. The fall j cough and and diptheria in 'heir lightest
from the head of the caual on the San-) forms, are spoken of in one or two neigh
tiam to where it empties into the Wil- j borhoods in this county. With these
lamette at this eity is given as one hun- exceptions we believe the general health
dred and ninety-two teet. A committee j of oar people was never better.
of six gentlemen were selceted by the j SucCEEOINGiWe learn that-Mr.-"T.
committee to get -p ' articles of incor- ! j -R f agent for IWa Improved
poration, induce capitalists to s.gn them, j Bed.bott0 is meeti wLth ood 8ufi.
ana nave tnem piacea on nie immeaiaie
ly. We are inclined to believe that the
enterprise thus inaugurated will be car
ried on te a successful issue. This en
terprise secure, and the completion of
the railroad to this point, will give Al
bany advantages second to no other city
in the State. - '
The following resolutions were adopted
by Covenant Lodge No. 12, I. O. O. F.,
at Ilarrisburg, Ogn., Jan. 1st, 1870.
Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme
Ruler to remove from earth our late
brother. Past Grand F. M. Koontz,
therefore, be it
Resolved, That while we bow in hum
ble submission to the iusciutable decree
of Divine Providence, we are again re
minded that ilin the midst of life we are
in death ;" that those who now condole
with the relatives and friends of our late
Brother, will, in turn, be stilled in the
cold and cheerless home of the dead.
Resolved, That in the death of our
late Brother, the fraternity has lost a
worthy, zealous member, the community
an estimable citizen, and his wife a de
Resolved, That we will ever cherish
the memory of our deceased Brother
with feelings of the highest respect and
esteem, and sincerely mingle our heart
felt sympathies with the bereaved wife,
relatives and friends, in this their hour
of sorrow, and we recommend his wife
to the watch-care of the Odd Fellows
Resolved, That these Resolutions be
spread upon the minutes, a copy be fur
nished each of the county papers for
publication, and also a copy be furnished
the wife of our deceased Urotner, and
that the usual badge of mourning be
worn by members of this Lodge for
thirty days. T. J. ST1TES, 11. S.
I This space has been purchased by
T. D. TITUS,
proprietor of the
EW J EWELIIY STORE,
i At R. C. Hill 4 Son's Fire Proof Brick on
First street, who, owing to the rush of business,
has not had time to write out his advertisement.
Albany, Dee. 11, '60-14
MEW GOODS! NEW GOODS 1
cess in their, sale. These bed-bottoms
can be seen at Mr. Chas. Mealey's "furni
ture warerooms. . .
Jas. A. Warner, Esq. We eall at
tention to the card of this gentleman,
I which appears under the head of " new
to-day." , Mr. Warner . is ' a young man
of fine. attainments, whose work in va
rious portions of this and adjoining
counties has given entire satisfaction.
Parties wishing surveying done well and
faithfully, are referred to Mr. Warner.
Medical Reporter. The December
and January numbers of the Oregon
Medical and Surgical Reporter, published
at Salem, have reached us. - It is a val
uable publication, and the rules of health
and treatment for the sick given from
month to month, if read and- carefully
followed, would save mauy dollars and
much . affliction to every family.' The
subscription is fixed at $4, currency,
which is cheap as dirt for the amount of
information given. 1 j ' '
Auction. The executors of the es
tate of rre8tou Morris, deceased, will
aell the personal property of the estate,
such as horses, colts, cows, hogs, young
.cattle, carriage, wagon, etc., etc., amount
ing to $2,500, on the premises, January
27th, 1870. On sums over S10 a credit
of ten months will be given, without in
. !t'e8t SomeDod7 w-ll get bargains,
, Money Matters. Our merchants
and others say that money is scarcer just
now than for a long time previous, yet
we have seen quite a number of twenty
dollar pieces in the last two weeks.
The Daily Fvenino Call Pub
lished at Portland, by Messrs. Morrison
& Miller, is a new candidate in the
newspaper line. , It presents a neat ap
pearance; and if properly' conducted will
prove a success, we hope.
Rain. The nice cooling rains that
set in on Monday have kept "set in"
pretty well through the week. The
roads are better now than they were dur
ing the cold snap.
Postponed, Our article on the
pleasures, benefits,, etc., of ( skating, is
indefinitely postponed on account of the
Financial. Legal tender rates at
Portland 81 J82.W Gold in New York,
In this city, Jan. 9th. 1870, Freddy,
only son of G. F. and E. F. Settlemei,
aged 3 days.
'No purer are the snow flakes
Thut wrap the hills in white,
'o fairer are the roses .
That winds of Autumn blight,
Than was our little darling,
The smiling gift of lore,
M'ho left us in the morning,
For endless bliss above. " !
At North Brownsville, Jan. 6th, 1870,
Anna Mary May, daughter of D. H. and
Catharine Putman, aged three months
and 21 days.
McMinnville paper please copy.
; A FRESH SUPPLY
AIjIj 33L X 2NT DO SS
WHEELER'S NEW STORE
33 rownsville 2
" Brownsville, Nov. 27, '69-4y
O O Ii o S
That Photograph Best,
A K E
BLACK- BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, deep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple, Blue, Crimson, Pink, &c.
Sept. 18, '69-2 J. A. WINTER.
Personal. We noticed Ben. Holla
day's Secretary, Mr. Geo. E. Cole, in
town on Wednesday.
. Interviewing. -We shall probably
"interview" quite a number of our
scribers and advertisers to-day and dur
ing the coming week; on the financial
question. If any object because of the
trouble it may cause us, we are perfectly
willing they shall "interview" us on that
question. "Stand not on the order" of
your coming, but come at once.
- Salem Daily Press. The first num
ber of the Salem Daily Press, a. five col
umn paper, Beriah Brown publisher,
reached us on Wednesday. It is neatly
printed, and promises to furnish its. read
ers with the news of the day, and edito
rials giving Mr. Brown's "settled convic
tions'' on Democracy.
Born. In North Brownsville, J an.
let, 1870, to William and Phoeba Rogers,
The Journal oi? Edvcation for
December is of more than usual value
to teachers and school officers. In addi
tion to the cut of a school house with
full description, Mr. Thomas ; Davidson
contributes an article on the " Science
of Language as a Branch of Education."
Miss Mary L Cragin writes on Educa
tional Forces," Mr. William T. Harris
and other eminent educators also con
tribute articles. The editorials on
" County , Superintendents," will com
mand attention, as well as tne article Dy
Benex, on the " Missouri Agricultural
College.' Notices of Institutes, Official
-department, etc., complete the number.
Address, J. B. Merwin, 710 Chestnut
street, St. Louis,: Mo.
Thpbsdat Night At the Canal meeting, arti
cles of incorporation were adopted, signed, and
were probacy filed yesterday. The Company
will 1) aye the proper rnryeys made immediately,
Latest. A letter to the Oregonian says the
President baa decided on removing Flanders, T)en
nison; Wilson and Bits. Win. Lair Bill was to
succeed Denntson, Mike Drew, Collector, and B.
H.'Ke&rnev. 17: 8. M.-l..i nr.. .a t
H' , - ' ! ' ........ uort n.iwvua.
- vnoks, brother of .T r'v in w.l- ;tt
the President and save him his'place, bnt it was
thought thw would not save huswlus "9oe is
The subjoined correspondence sufficiently ex
plains itself :
PoRTLAxn, Oregon, Nov. 15, 1S69.
Messrs. Eversos A Haines, General Agents
New England Mutual Life Insurance Compa
ny, Boston :
Gentlemen On my own behalf and in the name
of my orphan children, I beg to thank you, and
throuzh von the New EDgland Mutual Lite In
surance Company of Bosdn for its munificence
in paying mo my terminated policy on the life of
ray husband. On the 21st of January, 1869,
misfortune compelled me to forego the payment
of the last premium which non-payment in any
other company would have lost me my policy
bat I am now overjoyed with the receipt of the
amount of the policy (less the amount of the un
paid premium only), thanks to the equity of the
Massachusetts Lapse Laws, that must bless many
widows and their children. I recommend the
New England Mutual to all who would provide
against possible misfortune. I sincerely thank
you again, gentlemen, for the payment, and also
for yonr generous and gentlemanly assistance in
the matter. Respectfully,
Pobtlasd, Oregos, Nov. 15, 1859.
Messrs. Eversos A Haines, General Agents of
the New England Mutual Lite Insurance Com
pany, of Boston :
Gentlemen Having, taken a lively interest in
the affairs of a large and destitute family, left
by an old resident of this city, who died Aug. 2,
1869, and who was insured in the New England
Mutual Life Insurance Company, we take pleas
ure in making the following statement for the in-
ormation of the pubue :
A. E. C. Miller was insured by ordinary Life
Policy No. 13,054, bearing date January 21,1863.
He paid annual payments to January 21, 1868,
inclusive, bince then notbing has been paid.
He died Angust 2, 1869, ever eighteen months
after the last payment of premium, yet yonr
company working under the Equitable Lapse
Laws oi Massaennsetts, pays tbe 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
policy would long since have been forfeited, -x
.1 -NT. u ....... i ,uA : .1 i
J-J J lUC X.O. JUUf.OUU WIS tUUVY UM
bewi paii $4 650 50. This we consider munifi
cent, more especially wncn we take luto consid
eration that the family would not have received a
cent from any other company doing business on
this coast, . This, in our estimation, is enough to
recommend this company above all others, - This
is Eauitv. this is Mutuality. We, therefore, rec
ommend this company to the public, as the only
nnmnanv that has no forfeitures.
We herewith inclose you the acknowledgments
of the widow. Respectfully, ete
TO THE WORKING CLASS. We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant em
ployment at home, the wbole of tbe time or ioi
the spare moments. Business new, light and
profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn
from 50c to $5 per evening, and a proportional
sum by devoting their whole time to toe business.
Boys and eirls can earn nearly as much as 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 pit for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will
do to commence work on, and a copy of The
Penvle'n Literary Companion one of the largest
and best family newspapers published all sent
free by mail. Header, it you want permanent,
profitable work, address, C.ALLJirt fc Co.,
10m3 Augusta, Maine.
MASTER J. II. BRE.ER !
WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE
PIAX0, YI0LO and ORGAN,
His own or Pupil's Residence.
Office New EsotAirn Mutual Life Iks. Co. "J
No. 12, Carter's Building,
-PoBTl.AHn, 0Bo-r, Nov. 18, 1869. J
t. Mmsts. C. Bills. J. Myer, Geo. H. Flanders
and M..Bellers:. ,, ,
GentUmm Your favor of yesterday, inclosing
"Acknowledgments of Mrs. Miller," is at hand.
Bleasa accept' our thanks for tha -voluntary
j as tic yon have done to the company we repre
euiH ... . - . j J r
Lessons given in the ttench
For particulars, enquire at the corn
albin and Second streets.
"teB- Refers to Prof. Jobs Briggs.
F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, at fair prices,
neatly executed at the Rbgister office.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
O. F. TOMPKINS & CO.,
IMPORTS UK 4l SEALZftfl IN .
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON,
Front--t AlV"y.C!a. 1010 Market Bddy its.
oj. Utn,an rran-isw.
R. Chcadlo & 0o.,
Wholesale nd Retail bf-dera 1 ,
Groceries anil General , Merchant!:, j
I Copper. Brass, Zinc, Wire, Block Tin,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS I
Hose, Iron and Lead Pips I
j CAST, TIN ANDENAMELED HOLLOW .0 & C0MM
uvuovi luuiuuiug um -a ua v i iva sr. ffra ivi .'",
Farmers' 33 oilers
All sizes a fine thing.
. Solo agents for the Finest Store, oat the
-r a Tiorrnnr rtrvrvTr it
0. Albany, Oregon j of
It. G9 San Francisco, Cai,
i lulbertal advances made on eonslg-amentsi,
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 PANS.1
8-AU goods warranted First Class.S
In all its branches.
N.0T1CZ TO 3H1PPER8.
i intend poftNa a .. '.
General Commission Business
for the purpose of selling:
All Kinds of Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell.
A Liberal Discount Bfade to Country 3J&&XXry9 7?B
Cal apd see us before purchasing
S25-69-3 O. P. TOMPKINS 4 CO.
GEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
DRU G- Gr 1ST.
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrlsn's Hew BuUdins;, First Street.
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in San Francisco. . 1
oct?-5tf R. CHEADI.E.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION I
SASH, BLIND AND DOOtt
FACTO RT !
Drugs and Medicines. !
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
S. a. ALTHOCSB. . WBIQttT. J. F. MACXMtTa,
ALTIIOUSE & CO.,
. . . . - ..
LVOV STREET, (OS TBB BIVER BARK,
ALBANY, I I HECOir,
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to
Ixlrnisji to Order,
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OK SEW YORK.
All articles warranted pure and of the best
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany, Oct. 17, 1868-6tf
RATES OF TOLL
-micta as j'
Crown, Panel, Band, and Section Mold
of all sixes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES I
and all other kinds of j -
Bnildins Material !
Willamette Valley and Cascade A pp? to o mili. work r fcn ska,
i . ..r " n A I r ans' ss7sk Shakers, Bastion Fans, DriTlng
xuuuuutiu t agvu iwavt
Policies Exempt from Execution.
.. 2 oo
.. 4 60
Cash Assets, - - - $3,000,000,
OVER 12,000 MEMBERS.
To Deschuttes River :
I Fonr Horse or Mule team ,
Two " "
One " -4i
Ox teams, three yoke
Jc or every additional yoke..
Loose horses, per head
" cattle, per head.
" sheep or hoes
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaded........... ................. 50
" " unloaded - za
I Ilorse and rider. 1 00
To Fish Lake :
Four horse or mule team, each way-....
Two " " "
One " " " ,.
Pack animals, loaded......,.........,.,.
" ' unloaded. ........
Horse and rider...,..,.,..........,;
i Ox team, three yoke...............
To Upper Soda Spring
Four horse or mule team, out and back
Two " " " '
One " ' " "
Horse and rider, "
Loose animals, "
Ox teams the same as horse teams.
W. W. Pabrish, Pros
See. . " '
March 80, 1869-28
Pulleys, of any kind, at onr Factory oa Lyoa
street, (on the river bank), next below Markham's,
warehouse. ' - ' '
ALTHOV8B COj '
Albany, February 20, 1809-24 t
. . . - J i i i .
Walk in! Walk in S
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 1
B. RREINIVER'S STOnE,
m a I - . fvvim j i . . 1?
I ail I --mmm
. I 00 !
r 2 00
which he is going to aell very low for
Cash or ; Produce !
Call and examine my Goods before yoa put-'
chase elsewhere, as am always willing to show
my good. ' ,. :
K. B. I will par from data for thirty days to
I come, 3Q tents per dosen for Bggs.
2d I - C.n OK AQ T ,.-
WJ.. pTW . . AAii MmMm
GOODS BECEIVED BY
SAIV FRANCISCO STORE!
COBNER FIRST AND fkrbt strikts,
-"-which will bo. sold far
CASH or TBADE I
F ALIi KINDS, printed at the very lowest
rates, as ordered, at this once, ;
Nos. 410 and 418 California Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Dividends paid one year from date o
All Policies and Dividends Ifon-Forfeit-
f I Keeps constantly on han4 a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, (GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes, Ha? d ware A Crockery,
apd a full supply of Ladies'
Fnmisliiiig Eiliroidery, Fancy Gooiis, &c. i
Over 5,000 Policies issued j
Stockholders Individually Liable.
also, a stock of
THE BEST UQUORS !
for Medicinal purposes only.'
Always on hand a large stock of
Casn Capital, In Gold Doln, 75O,0OO.
Deposit In Qregron, 950,000.
Losses Promptly and Equitably Adjusted.
THIS COMPANY baring complied with the
laws of Oreson. bv makinc a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Lo8s-or Damafre By jrire, ana aiso
against Marine and Inland Nayigatien risks, on
liberal terms, v
GUST AVE TOCCOARD, Pres.
CHAS. D. HAVEN, Bee y. -r :
W. W. Parrish & Co.,
. ' J V Agents for Allan;. ' J
; Albany, January , 1869-18 . ! i
This company possesses a coMBi- Box. Cookliisr and Parlor Stores !
organuation can claim. Its growth has been! , u u.-....,. .
steady, its success marked. Its system of busi- I Tin, Copper and Sfteot-ilnon Ware,
ness is pre-eminently adapted to benefit the hold- aU of wkien Kra offered at the lowest rate, for
CAStl OR CptTJJTRY PRODUCE t
! WHEAT WANTEP1
at- .,.; .
jSixty Cents er Bushel t
in trade, or oa Book aeeoant, -
I For all that may he ofiere4
oct9-5 K. CHEADLE.
THE EYES! THE EAP.3 I
ers of its Policies.
F.VKENNEY & LINDERMAN,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, directly opposite Occidental Hotel.
-fA. AH kinds of repairing dene, on short
notice, and entire satisfaction warranted, at my
Store and fin Store.
Nor. 20-11 . 1 .?:.',. i'.. .
0eneral Agent for Oregon and Territories,
Nor, 8, '69-9
Dr. T. Is. CiOIiDElV,
OCTJU9T AlfS AITRX8T,
ALBAHY, . s ; . OKEQOal,
TR. GOLDEN IS A SON OW THH
I U noted old Opthalmio Doctor, 8. C,
Tkf. nOT.T)RX baa bad experience in treatins:
the varinns d?Muiea to which the are and ear are
On and after January 1st, 1879, no freight subject, and feels eonfldent or gtrmg enurw saijs-
wiu be deliTarea nnui enarKes are settled.
XIAKTIES OWING FREIGHT BIU,8 wDi
1 . call and settle immediately,
BEACH A MONTEITH.1
Albany, Dseember 1st, 1870-135
I faction to those who may plaoe themsalves msdsf
A4banjy April 10, 186--iy