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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1870)
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SATURDAY', FEBRUARY 5,1870.
ribers finding an X after their name will1
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are invited to renew their
gubscription. Terms $3 per annum, in advance
mix months, $2 ; three months, $1.
Justices' Court A. N. Arhold, J. On
Tuesday. Charles Prescott (colored), formerly a
citizen of Boston (Mass.), was arrested at the
suit of Messrs. Bellinger A Brown, publishers of
the State Right Democrat, Messrs.. B. & B. mak
ing affidavit that the said colored gentleman was
owing them for eight month's subscription to the
Jirmoerat and for advertising in the same, the sum
of seven dollars and a half, and that he was
about gallivanting without due payment thereof.
Mr. Charles Preseott being arrested and brought
before the Court, demanded an immediate trial,
Vpon being asked if he had counsel, he replied
that he had not, that he desired the plaintiffs
should have the privilege of publishing in the col
uinns of the Democrat that one negro had pleaded
bis own ease in Oregon; also, that he had urgent
business below He signed and filed his demurrer
to tbe complaint, upon which the Court ruled that
the complaint was bad, and Mr. Charles Prescott
(colored) was discharged at the cost of plaintiffs.
This sudden and overwhelming defeat of the
editors of " the oldest Democratic paper in Ore-
j;on, in their first attempt to coerce a "nigger,"
will doubtless " sour" them still more againstthe
hated race, and lead them to go after " "nig
gars " hereafter, as well as Chinamen, with " red
hot" Democratic lightning. To be beat by a
"nigger" a Boston "nigger" a "regular
subscriber, too, is too mnch I . - .
Appkcciatiox. Since the settling of the rail- j
road question in favor of Albany, and the agita
tion of the building of the Santiun and Albany
Canal, real estate has rapidly appreciated in this
city. Property that! was offered at $700 a few
months ago, is now held at $1,600. Persons who
were anxious to " sell oat " and leave Albany ,are
now satisfied to hang up " with us, believing
that the future of our city is bright with promise.
Judging from the talk ct the inauguration of sev
eral new business enterprises, and the erection of
new buildings in various portions of our city, the
doming promises to be the most busy and prosper
ous season yet witnessed by tbe " oldest inhab
itant. Shipments or Produce fob Jasuart. Fol
lowing are the shipment fur the month of Jaou
uary from the wharf of Messrs. Beach A Mon
tcith : 1U7 half bbls dried fruit, SI hf bbls lard,
-59 boxes mdse, 145 dressed hogs, 37 hf bbls but
tur. 33 kegs butter, 138 boxes eggs, 57 cases of
bacon, 1 1 cases lard, 33 cases lard, 100 boxes of
oap, 27 gunnies bacon, 663 sks oats, 2 kegs of
whisky, 21 kegs of beer, and 7,300 sacks Albany
Sieam Mills floor.
Messrs. Mark bam A Son hare shipped from
. their wharf during the month of January : 50
boxes eggs, 20 hf bbls dried apples, 14 hf barrels
butter, 30 barrels lard and 14 eases of lard.
VBOM OCR BxeCLAB COBRXSPOHDKST.
Browksville, February 1st, 1870.
The various manufacturing industries and trade
seem to be in a reasonable state of locomotion.
Theso fine day makes us think of green fields
and beautiful flowers, warm tnn chine and' cool
shades, which are soon to be ushered in to our
The effort to raise money sufficient to erect a
Baptist church in North Brownsville is meeting
with lively success, and no doubt but the enter
prise will be put through in early Spring.
Mr. Short, who is said to be a fine singist, has
just commenced a singing school in South
Brownsville, at the Presbyterian church.
One of the attractive features of our streets is
to witness the performances of some of our young
men, who bare taken a contract to break and
tame a number of young horses. .- i
Mr. A. Wheeler has presented the publie with
a bran ' span new poster, which speaks far itself.
A material reduction in the retail price of goods
has been made since he opened up.
I promised in my last to inform the readers of
the Rkqibtes how licenses to sell whisky are
obtained in Brownsville precinct. Some time
since a petition -was circulated asking the county
court to grant Charles Bury a license, which re
ceived something like eiehtv names. A remon
strance was also put in circulation, which receiv
ed about one hundred and twenty names, which
was forwarded to the county court at the time
specified by notices which were posted by the
party asking such license. Mr. Bury saw that
the people of the precinct did not wish to sanction
such an institution, and that he was bent, so he
failed to present the petition to the court, and
posted a notice that he would not retail liquors.
Shortly after the following term of court, rumor
said that Bury had obtained a license. In order
that the citiiens of a precinct may be duly noti
fied, and have a voice in determining whether
they will permit such trafne or not, the law pro
vides that notices shall be posted in three public
places in the precinct ten days before the time of
granting such petition. How this law could be
complied with, and not one of the 120 who had
signed the remonstrance one month previous,
know nothing of it, is remarkable. How the
county court could grant such license when the
law has not been complied with in intent and
spirit, in the first particular, so far as the rights
of the citiiens are concerned, is equally remarks
ble. After the license was secured, a friend of
the said Bury told us that the notices were
secretly posted and immediately torn down, and
we think it was done in the dark. To say that
the court had not the right to go back on the tes
timony in the case, and ascertain whether the law
had been complied with or not, is to utter a ridic
ulous falsehood. Courts are always the judges of
the credibility of testimony.
If tbe foregoing are not the facts in the case, we
will thank anybody who will set us right. It
seems that all that is necessary to obtain a license
is to go out some dark night, take a lackey aloni;
post notices and tear them down immediately
draw up the petition, give a dozen customers
free drink to sign it, take your lackey and go be
fore the Linn County Court, and you are all right.
Hoiss Waruiso. The St. Charles Hotel
was opened on Saturday night last, and a general
invitation extended to our eilixens to call, and
partake of a lunch, etc. The Albany Brass
Band was engaged and discoursed sweet music for
the occasion. Mr. Brenner, the landlord, has
iittcd np the hotel in a neat and tasty manner, and
deserves well of the traveling public. A large
number of th.e ladies and gentlemen of our city
passed through and examined the appointments
uf the hotel, and pronounced them good. Suc
cess to the new hotel.. . -
Surgical, Operation. On Wednesday Dr.
Tate, assisted by Dr. Gray, succeeded in remov
ing a needle from the left breast of Miss Ada,
daughter of J. C. Mendenball, Esq. Dr. Gray
administered "laughing gas" to t e patient,
when Dr. Tate succeeded in removing the needle
ia a very short time. The needle had been im
Ledded io the stash ef thr little girl between two
and three years, during which time several efforts
had been made fur its removal, all of which
proved unsuccessful. When removed tbe needle
roved to be quite rusty. !
Cct Down. That majestic monarch of the for
est, the " lone tree," whose branches have been
tossed by the rude winds for centuries past, was
leveled to the ground on Tuesday. It was
prominent feature on First street, but because it
stood in the middle of the side-walk its destrue
tion was called for. Thus disappear one by one
the ' old landmark.."
A. W. STAN ABD.
A. COWAN &
WHOLES ALa AHD RETAIL DEALERS XX .,
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET........ ALBANY, f
They offer a large and well selected stock of
STAPLE DR1T GOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash or Produce X
In addition to a very large stock, covering
everything in the line of Cottons, we
have a complete assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys' and Men's ,
CLOTHING anil FURNISHING GOODS I
, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper
Blinds, Ate., Slc.
Especial attention ia directed to our stock of
IKON AND STEEL
fiEERAL HARDWARE !
Which is the largest and most complete this side
Yon are invited to call and examine our goods
and prices. ,
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, Bacon - and Lard
Oct. 30, 1869-8
A. COWAN CO.
A Stitch in Time Bare Mine !
Fire M Marine Insurance Company !
Kos. 416 and 418, California street,
San Francisco, - California.
STOCKHOLDERS INPITIDTJ ALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, in Gold coin, 9750,000.
Deposit in Oregon, 1 50,000,
Losses Promptly and Equitably Adjusted
And Paid i troux Com.
THIS COMPANY having complied with the
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
inousana aouars, is "un f v uw uni-
ance against Loss or Damage by Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, en
GUSTAVE TOTJCHARD, Pres.
CHAS1. D. HAVEN, Seo'y.
J. C. mEITOENHAUt,
Agent for Albany.
Albany, January 8, 18T0-18
NEW TO-DAY. ,
MRS. A. J. DUNIWAT.
FasnionaMe Mifcyjuiu Fancy Goois.
Follows Dress and Cloak Makinar in all
their varied branches.
BLEACHES AND PRESSES STRAW GOODS
In Latest Style and best manner.
STAMP FOR BRAID AND EMBROIDERY.
Corner First and Broadalbin streets, Albany,
The Scpssr. Mr. Murray, of the " Overland
Hotel," not to be outdone in generosity, gave a
grand supper Monday night, to which everybody
was invited, free f oharge. The Albany Brass
B&nd was stationed on the balcony of the hotel,
and enlivened the evening with the best of music.
The hotel was illuminated from ceUar to garret,
and everybody and more too were there to enjoy
the festive occasion. The hotel was "jam" full
of people Murray hano idea he had so many
friends and well wishers. The tables were filled
with "good things," and everybody said, and
seemed to feci it, that they were " glad they
come.'' k It is pronounced the gayest supper yet
gotten up ia Albany. 'Rah for Murray.
Going to Portland. One of our most talent
ed business mea, K. F. RasselL Esq;., of the law
firm of Russell A Elkins, informs us that be in
tends leaving us in a v weeks, to take np bis
residence in Portland. During an active and
aueoeesful business career of several years in this
city, Judge Russell has made many warm and true
friends, who will be sorry to hear of his intended
removal. The people of Portland will tod the
Judge a first-class buMaeas man, honorable and
upright in all his dealings, and the legal fratern
ity will find in him a lawyer' of ao iuean repute, j
The Judge has our blessing, and our best wishes
for his future prosperity and happiness.
Mas. Dc.viwat has just received a number of
Bartram A Fanton Sewing Machines, direct
from New York. It is claimed for these machines
that they are simple ia construction, easily under
stood, make an elastic stiteh, fasten their own
cads, adjust their own needles, are easily moved
about on castors, (a convenience ao other ma
chine possesses), have extra attachments for all
kinds of fancy work, and are always in running
order. ! They will seam, hem, fell, quilt,' cord,
ruffle, embroider, braid, , tuck or gather; run
without noise, will not soil the operator's clothes,
and are sold at lower prices than any other table
machine in use. Price of machine, with black wal
nut table and drawer, oiled and waxed, fifty
dollars. "-' - ' ' 23-3m
WasAT. A friend of oars, engaged at present
ia agricultural pnsuits, says that the few days of
snnahiae we have enjoyed recently has made the
wheat fairly jnmp oat of the ground. - He says
he never saw wheat looking so fine in February.
Should present favorable indications eontinue,the
yield" per -acre wiH greatly exceed that of last
year or any other year sines he baa been a real
dent of Linn county.
Wocios' Lis for tbs Caf. Wednesday a
tittle chap wearing a peculiar cap, was asked by
a gentleman on First street, "Who made your cap,
sonny The little fellow looked "at his ques
tioner a moment, to see if be was quisling, prob
ably, and then answered ; Mother made it j but
eRe told me to say. If say body asked me about it.
that U came front the store bat I wont lie for
the named cap f. C. "f'if-yi 'X ;
Discharged. Archibald Rader, arrested some
time since charged with the crime of bigamy
was discharged on a writ ot habeas corpus on
Monday the Court holding that the commitment
was defective, and that there were not facts be
fore the court sufficient to warrant commitment.
Ha was subsequently arrested, charged with
forgery, and was to have a preliminary examina
tion on Friday yesterday.
"Public Ledger Alwakao.' -e have re
ceived this almanac for 1870, published by Geo.
W. Childs, Esq., proprietor of the Philadelphia
Ledger. It is a pamphlet of 56 pages of facts
and figures of interest to every reader, neatly
printed on clear white paper, and is a most valua
ble work for reference, especially in historical and
political matters. Mr. Childs published some
80,000 copies of the almanac as a Christmas
present to subscribers of the Ledger. Of course
such liberality will be appreciated. : "
"Facts About Cuba" Is the title of a 32
page pamphlet that has reached ns, published
under authority of the New York Cuban
Junta.' The printing is neat enough, but the
feliow that made up the forms must have served
an apprenticeship in the late Courier or Signal
office. That's all.
Personal. We had the pleasure of a call
from our old friend, Mr. I. S. Waldrip, late of
this citv. but now of Yamhill county. Himself
and family have enjoyed the best of health since
they left us, but they have found no place that
eeemed so mnch like borne as Albany.
$15 GOOD AS GOLD. $20
BUY THE ONLY GENUINE IMPROVED
OROIDE GOLD WATCHES,
TOE OROIDE WATCH CO.
They are all the best make, Hunting cases;
finely chased ; look and ' tcenr like fine gold, and
are equal in appearance to the best gold watches
usually costing $150. FhII Jetcelcd Zerers.Gent's
and Ladies' sizes, at 15 each.
Oar Double Extra Refined Solid Oroide
Gold Hunting Cases, Full Jeweled Levers, are
equal to $200 Gold Watchet ; Regulated and
Guaranteed io keep correct time, and trear and not
taniih. Extra fine Caeet, at $20 each.
No money is required in advance. We
send by Express anywhere within the United
S ates, payable to agent on delivery, with the
privilege to open and examine before paid for,
and if not satisfactory returned, by paying the
Express charges. Good will be tent by mail as
Registered Packages, prepaid, by sending cash
JLn Agent mending for eix watche getm an Extra
WATGH FREE, making meren $15 Watchet far
$90. or eeren $20 Watchet for $120.
Also, Elegant Oroide Cold Chains, of
latest and most costly styles, for Ladies and
Gentlemen, from 10 to 40 inches long, at $2, $4,
$6. and $3 each, sent with watches at lowest
wholesale prices. State kind and size of watch
required, and to avoid bopnn concerns, order only
from OROIDE WATCH CO.,
13to 148. Fulton Htreet, New York.
This space has been purchased by
proprietor of the
1?EW JEWEaLlVX' STORE, !
At R. C. Hill & 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, Dec. 11, '60-11
DIRECT IMPORTATION !
TOYS, FANCY GOODS,
GIFTS, PRESENTS, BOOKS, &C..&C.
For the Holidays of lS69-70,has arrived,
Direct from TYew York,
And is now on Ebibition at
SANTA CLMJS' HEADQUARTERS,
lOS FRONT STREET, PORTLAND,
Where every purchaser wiil find
The Larnest Stock !
The Greatest Variety I !
The Cheapest Prices ! .
This immense stock having been pur
chased for currency in New York, will be scld to
dealers and others in coin, at
Less Prices Than Ever Before !
IspftoTBjrxrrs. Several new sidewalks and
crosswalks hare been eommeaced in various por
tions of the city daring the week, thus extending
Pedestrian facilities. There is.no sity in the
State better provided fa tbf? respect tbsa Albany,
Chbistias Chckch. Rev. Mr. Powell aud
John M. Harris, of the Christian Church, will
commence a protracted meeting in this city, at
the Court House, commencing on Saturday even-
inir. February 12th. 1S70. All are invited to
DAWCRvrr-After the supper at the Overland
Monday night, quite a number of the guests ad-
oarned te tbe hall over Messrs. A. Cowan
Co. 'a store, where they whiled away many pleas
ant hours ia the saeny dance.
Thanks. We are laid under new obligations
to Senator Corbett for the Congre tonal Globe and
other public documents.
Sewho Machwes. Messrs. Blain A Young
. i c W . A
are strerts for me saie oi oiu ji,vi-,
all the sxturea accessary thereto.1 this 'enables
those who wish to purchase any of tbe first-class
machines to get what " they order at xh lowest
cash price, and if anything should be lacking, or
should ret out of repair, these gentlemen wui
take pleasure in furnishing the musing article, or
put the machine in running order, without extra
cost ne aa adraotage, as those no nave pur-
ebased macnines at a iuiuiuct, - j
sad experience. No household is complete with
out one of these labor-savers, and if you want to
be sure of getting what you order, at the lowest
price, and have it delivered to you Va 'twmpleto
running order, cal at Blaia ..and Young's and
leave your order. Nuff eed.
Ban Francisco Markets, .
Flocs Market dull. Sales ot extra at i 25
5 50 : superfine, $4 505 S bbL :
Wbsat Quoted at from $1 30 to $1 0, as to
Oats Sales at $1 15 I 40
Barlct Good brewing at $1 25.
California wheat in New York at $1 401 50
in Liverpool, 9s 2d.
' The Oregonian says that January was emphat
ically dull meats in Portlandand that-owtside
of heavy freights which sea-going vessels carried
away, very litUe business was transected. Yet
notwithstanding the dull times monthly hills
were met generally with litUe difficulty, and the
exports exceeded the imports daring the month.
Portland is confident of a good Spring trade.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I
Brownsville, Nov. 27, '69-4y
Strangers and citizens will find SANTA
CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS a most interesting
place to visit, as the gorgeous array of new nov
elties, and the thousandcomical toys therein, give
the store the appearance ofaa eastern
MUSEUM OF CURIOSITIES !
Some idea may be arrived at as to the
extent of tbe stock when it is known that of
Dolls alone there are one hundred amd fifty-fire
eartefievl Making that Department a perfect
BAZZAR OF BEAUTY !
ts : ea
O. P. TOMPKINS & CO.,
WPOBTXaS AJtD DIALERS IV
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON,
Copper, Brass, Zinc, Wire, Block Tin,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS I
Hose, Iron and Jead Fipo
CAST. TIN AND ENAMELED HOLLOW
. WARE t
House-Furnishing Hardware !
l-.smAllLB. ... B. CRBADLS, ,
Frontrst., Albany, Ogn. 100 Market Eddy its.
Op. JTUin, Ban rnjKiew,
R. Chc&dl i Co..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in :
Groceries and General ' MercnanaisB t u;
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
All sires a Has thing.
. Bole agents for the Finest Stove oat the
"BARSTOW COOK V
: ALSO, FOR
RICHMOND'S PORTABLE RANQE.
This stove is particularly adapted to the wants
of this coast. 1,000 of them are now in use in
San Francisco, and they giv$ universal satisfaction
Great variety of "GEVtX, PANS."
t&A.U goods warranted First Class.a
In all its branches.
Call and see as before purchasing
TSafs. elsewhere. Ife
,25-69-S . 0. P. TOMPKINS A CO.
GEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
(Successor to D W. Wakefield,)
ParrUb's New Building-, First Street,
MARK GOODS .v- .
X-i C., Albany, Oregon ; or
H&m 09 San Franoisco, GaU
Iilberal advances made on cenalgnnaeata,
IIOTICr TO SHIPPER8.
. I INTEND DOING . . ,u
General CommissioQ Businessi
.for the purpose of selling ; p ,
W Kinds or Produj
that may be consigned to me to (ell. "
LAMAR CHEADLII, i
Will receive and sttenA to all orders on me to bo
filled in San Francisco. , ;
oct9-5tf B. CHEADLB.
BUILDERS, ATTEWTIOH I
SASH, BLIND B00B
F A C TO R Y
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
S. B. ALT HOD BE. V. W BIGHT. J. W. BAOSJtStTO,
ALTUOISE & CO.,
I.Y0H STBEBT, (OS THB RIVSB BASK), ; ;
ALBANY, i t QJtECOH.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to i . J
Furnish to Order, t
- Doors, v
; , : Sasb, .
and ' 1
WHEELERS NEW STORE
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
All articles warranted pure and of the best
quality. ... . .
Physicians Prescriptions carejUlly eompounaeo.
Albany, Oct. 17, 1868-etf
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
MetmtaiB Wagon Road.
Grown, Panel, Band, and. Section Mold ,
. of all sixes. :y i
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES I
Floorlns, tJ,,--,-ff. v.,- ut
' and all other kind of
Buildins Material !
Policies Exempt from Execution.
full Descriptive .Catalogues now ready.
Call early to secure choice gifts.
S. J. M CORMICK,
8mft Agent for Santa Clans.
JAMES A. WARNER,
Civil Engineer fc Surveyor.
8 PREPARED TO DO SURYEYINU AND
Engiseermg - Uses improved Solar Compass.
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Residence
on 4th St., opposite Dr. Tate's residence, Albany
CO LO R S
That Photograph Best, Iffafo Assets, - - - $3,000,000,
BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, &Dd deeP OR AHGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purnle. Bine. Crimson. Pink. Ac. over 12,000 bieblberti.
Sept. 18, '69-1 J. A. WINTER.
To Des? huttes RiYr
Four Ilorse or Mule team.................
Two " " " ...
One ' " " ...
Ox teams, three yoke...........
For every additional yoke..-.
Loose horses, per head
cattle, per head......... ..............
" sheep or hogs. .........
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaded .................
' " ualosaed ...
Horse and rider.. . ......... ..
To FUh Lake: , ;
Four horse or mule team, each. way....
Two " " '
One " " " '
T, 1. I 1. 1 I J
C H1UU1U ......... .,., ..........
' " unloaded. .................
Horse and rider....... ,...,.,.,,,. ........ ........
Oz team, three yoke v
Tp ypper Soda Spring :
Four horse or mule team, out and beck...... 2
Two " " " " ...... a
One V " u .. . . i
Horse and rider. M .
Loose animals, " . , ......
Oz teams the same as horse teams.
W. W. P arsis h, . , .Pros
Sec. ' . .
March 20, 1869-28 ;
"llaTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
li nave been appointed by tbe County Court
of Linn county, tbe Axecators of the estate of
Preston Mom?, deceased. All persons bavins
claims against said estate are required to present
them to the undersigned, duly verified, at the
office of Powell A Flinn, in Albany, in said coun
ty, within six months from the date hereof.
. A. Jj. MUUK1S,
O. W. RICHARDSON.
January 20, 1870. n20-4w
CHEAP SEWING MACHINES.
rtgjn HOME SHUTTLE SEWINGejQ
JTvCj Machine. ! A double-thread jSjCy
lock-stitch Shuttle Machine ; stitoh alike on both
GfC5f -;elehratea uommon-bense Pf
JjJs4J Family Machine. Both ma.
chines lully Warranted for years. Machines
sent to any part of tbe coast by express, C. O. D.
Agents wanted in every town on tbe Pacific coast.
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine Co.,
2v O. O. TRAVER,
131, First St., Portland.
Exocutor's Notice. . r
yssrjK undersigned has been appointed by the
I County Court of ' L.inn county, Uregon,
Ezeentor of tbe last will and testament of I
Samuel H. Rittsr, deceased, late of said county.
Persons baviBg claims against said estate, will !
present tbem, dnly verified, to the undersigned, i
at his residence three miles northeast of Lebanon, i
in (aid county, within six months from this date, i
. ,t ! .7- 4,R SMITH.
TO THE WORKING CLASS!. We are bow
prepared to furnish all classes with constant em
ployment at home, the whole of tbe time or foj
tbe spare moments. Business new, light ana
nrofitable. Persons of either sex easily earn
from 50o to $5 per evening, and a proportional
sum by devoting their whole time to the business.
Bovs and anrls can earn aearlv as muea as men.
That all who see this notice mav send their ad
dress, and test the business, we make this unpar
alleled offer : To such as are not well satisfied,
we will send Si to lur tor the trouble of writing.
Full narttcnlars. a valnabla fl amble, wnien win
do to commence work on. and a eopy of The
Penple't Literary Companion, ons of the largest
and best family newspapers puDiinea-ait kuv
free by mail. Reader, it you want permanent
profitable work, address, E. C.ALLEN Co.,
10m3 Aususxa, mains.
MASTER JT. H. BBEWIwER
WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE i
FUm VIOLIS and OKtiAfl,
; " ' - at- ' 1
Bis own or TpnpU'a Rotd4nc
! SAIV FRAIVCISCO STORE!
CORHER FIRST AHD PERBT STREETS,
I ALBASY,,.. ....OREGON
Dividends . paid one year from date O1
, Policy. " ; : ; ;
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfeit-
Oyer 5,000 Policies issued
Lesson given in the Ftenck
For particulars, enquire at ths eorn
albin and Second streets.
Refers to Prof. Johs Baisos.
sTaF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, at fair pness,
Vf neatly executed at ths RxsTa ones,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING
Boots, Shoea, Hardware & Crockery,
1 sad a full supply of Ladies
FoniisliiuS EiliroiilGry, Fancy Goofls, &c,
. also, a stock of
TBE BEST J4QTJTOR3 !
for Medicinal purposes only.
linn nn tiantl a larva stock of
THIS COMFANr fUSBEHSES A COMBI- . . CM f
nation of desirable feature which no other BX, COOKlDg and VOTIW SIOTCS I
organization can claim, aw etqwui naa ueen
steady, its success marked. It system of bnsi.
ness is pre-eminently adapted to benefit the hold
era or its folicies.
Are prepared to do MILL WORK I furnish Sha,
ker Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulley,, or any kind, at our jraetory. on Lyon,
street, (on the river bank), next below Markham's.
' ALTHOU9E Jt CO. "
Albany, February 20, 1869-24
Walk in! Walk in!
LADIES AMD GENTLEMEN!
--Walk Irstw ' .
B. R11ETVE'S STORE,
and see the goods which he is receiving direct
, . from .
which he It 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 suow
my goods. ;
N. B. I will pay from date for thirty days to
come, 80 cents per dosea for Eggs.
Sep. 24, '69-ay . B. BRENNER.
GOODS RECEIVED Y
which will be sold for
CSH or TRADE 5
FTKEflHEY & UNDERMAN,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street. Baa
Jf raneisco, directly opposite Occidental Hotel.
and manufactures all kinds of-
Tin, Copper and 8 beet-Iron Ware,
all of which are offered at tbe lowesi raie. ior
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCKI
All kipds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire estislaciwa warrauu,
i Stove and Tin btore. ,
Nov. 20-11 '' "
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Qeaeral Agent for. Oregon and Territories,
PORTLAND,, OREGON. ; '
PARTIES OWINOr FREIGHT BILLS will
call and settle immediately.
On and after January 1st. 1870, no freight
will be delivered until ohargea are settled.
Albany, December ,f
WHEAT WAITED I . ".
AT ' . '
. . ...... fin.i.j .'.,', : ('
Sixty Cents per - Snshel I
. . - ': v ... ..f ' .... "
Ti-aA nr nn HaaIc svoeonlit.
For all that may te ofitred
oet-6 ... i Rv CHRADLB.
THE EYES I THE EARS I
Dr. X. Is. CiOIsDETV, '
OCtJLSIT AlffD ATJRZST,
ALBANY, ' t 5 r ' OREGON'.
K. GOLDEN IB A BOM W ins.
. noted old Octhalmla Doctor, 8. C,
Us; GOLDEN has had experience In treating
the various diseases to which tbe eye and ear are
subject, and feele eonndont of giving eaters sabs
faetion to those who may place themselves andf
his ears. . . - i-s"?
. Albasy-i April 10, 186MI7 . :, , .... ., , ,..( .4