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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1870)
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1870.
Subscriber Hading an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
vi"x month, $3 ; three months, $1.
Democratic Cocjctt Cowvkstioji. The dele
gates to the Democratic County Convention met
at the Court House in this city, on Wednesday .and
organised by the election of Enoch Holt, Chair
man, and N. Payne and A. W. Stanard, Secre-
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following are tne delegates .elected to
attend the State Convention, which meets in this
city on Wednesday next : A. C. Jones, A. W. j
Stanard, Dr. Dodd, J. Ostrauner, Miles Carey, J.
T. Brooks, Jason Wheeler, Wm. Cyrus, N.
Payne, Joe. Hamilton, E. Holt, Dr. Crawford,
H. L. Brown, S. M. Pennington, A. P. Nye, J.
A. Porter, and Bart. Curl. It was resolved that
M. V. Brown was the choice of the Convention
for the office of State Printer. This last resolve
didn't set well on the stomachs of the bed-rockers,
as they don't like men who are even tainted with
the suspicion of having at any time served as one
of " Lincoln's hirelings." The way some of the
old stand-bys men who have stood right np to
the Democratic rack, through thick and thin,
fodder or no fodder were snubbed and utterly
ignored by the Convention, must be consoling, to
the .recipients. But they insist that they are not
killed off yet, and they intend to make it warm
for these latter-day converts before the game is
over. The strife grows warm and interesting.
Black Walsut Fcbxitcrb. The very neatest
thing in the way of furniture is now on exhibi
tion at the furniture warerooms of Mr. Charles
Mealey, corner of Broadalbin and First streets.
It is a cottage chamber set, .made of black wal
nut, the washatand, bureau, etc, marble topped.
It is as pretty and well designed furniture as we
have seen for a long time. Mr. Mealey has or
dered some new style cottage sets, which will
soon be received. His present stock of Oregon
and Eastern made furniture is larger than ever
before, and purchasers are offered a choice in
styles, both as regards finish and price, so that
they can hardly fail of being pleased in what
they want in the furniture line. Call and take a
Bbov58Tille. We have been fortunate in so
gcuring a correspondent at Brownsville, who has
promised us to write up whatever may occur of
interest in and around that enterprising village.
The first paper will be found in the usual place
to-day, and will prove interesting to all. We are
desirous of securing correspondents in all the vil
lages of the county, who will keep us posted in
matters of local interest in their neighborhoods.
Let us hear from Harrisburg, Scio, Lebanon, and
other places. A good correspondent attracts at
tention to the particular point, and does much
toward building up the town. Start in; you ben
efit yourselves as well as your neighbors.
Railroad Matters. Holladay has already
two hundred hands in his employ, at work in the
shops, running construction trains, and putting
up stations preparatory to vigorous prosecution of
the work as soon as the weather will admit.
More iron has been telegraphed fur, as it is the
intention to push the road twenty-five miles be
yond this city before the setting in of Winter.
Look out for the ears when the bell rings."
BROWNSVILLE . ITEMS.
TROlf OtTR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.
Browxstille, March 15th, 1870.
Although the weather has been unusually in
clement for this season of the year, for the last
few days, things are still moving on.
Mr. Lewis, of the firm of Morgan A Lew is, has
sold out to Messrs. Coshow A Powell ; the firm
will hereafter be known as Morgan, Coshow A
Powell, and will be happy to wait upon their old
customers and as many new ones as will give
them a call at the Factory store-house in North
Brownsville. Mr. Lewis is making arrange
ments to go to Walla Walla, where he will en
gage in the business of stock raising.
The members of the M. E. Cbnrch are takirg
active steps preparatory to the erection of a house
of worship a building much needed by that denomination.
The Rev. Mr. Kobe, of the Presbyterian
church, held service at the church on Sabbath at
11 A. M., after which ten persons were received
into full membership, all of whom had professed
religion during the late revival.
Rev. John Harris, of the Christian church, held
services at Smith's hall on the same day ; after
which the congregation repaired to the Calapooia,
just below the bridge, and witnessed the receiving
of six persons into that church by the ordinance
of baptism administered by emersion.
Messrs. P. Hume and James Templeton have
in the course of erection quite an addition to the
paint shop of Mr. Hume, in North Brownsville,
where they expect to have a picture gallery in full
operation by the first of April. Jos. Templeton
is a young artist of acknowledged ability, and
feels confident that he wi 1 be able to give satis
faction to all.
Prospects of the Woolen Mills' resuming opera
tions are more flattering than they have been for
some time past. A transcript of the titles, deeds,
etc., have been taken and placed in the hands of
one of the partners, who has gone to the Atlantic
States for the purpose of selling jfut if possible ;
if not, of renting it to some company who wil
A Bio Crowd. The Democratic State Con
vention, which meets in this city next Wednes
day, will, doubtless attract an immense crowd of
people. The total number of delegates elect is
15S. and if there should be a full attendance,
with the usual number of hangers-on, oar people
will be put to it to find room for them. The
Multnomah county delegation have secured
zooms at the St. Charles.
Cotillon Partt. A cotillon party will be
given at the St. Charles Hotel, in this city, on
Monday night next, to which everybody is invit
ed. . The parties heretofore given by the enter
prising proprietor of the St- Charles, Mr. H.
Brenner, have proved very pleasant and enjoya
able, and those who wish to enjoy themselves
and have a good time, will attend the party on
Monday night. See advertisement.
Tbsj Ladies' Sewimo Societt. The dinner
given by Mrs. Johnson, on the occasion of the
meeting of the Methodist Sewing Society, on
Tuesday last, was a splendid affair, and those
present enjoyed a very pleasant and sociable time.
Those that did not attend missed an excellent
dinner and an enjoyable occasion. The next
meetinz occurs on Tuesday, tho 29th inst., to
which all are invited.
Legal Theodore' Burmester, Esq., havin
takes np his residence in this city, wishes the
feoBe to know it therefore he inserts his card
in the Recisteb. He can be found by clients at
his office in the Parriah brick, at all times, ready
to give adriea, take a " retainer," or. crack
What op It? Why this, as you'll see by
reading,' Mr. Samuel Denny, who left ns last week
lor the Sound, gives notice that he has duly
authorized Judge O. H. Baber to act as his agent
dar ing his absence, and those interested will do
welt to make a note of it. And that's what's the
matter. - ' ! - v
Sheriffalty. The general impression among
Democrats eeesns to be that the present Sheriff,
Bob. Irvine, will be the suceessful candidate be
fore the Democratic Coanty Convention. He is
undoubtedly the most unobjectionable man to all
'parties the Democracy could fun.
' Storm v.- The weather for the first four days
of the week has been a succession of rain and
anew storms, the latter melting nearly as rapidly
as it fell. Farmers are hoping fur dry weather to
commence farming operations.
PBBcracT Cohvektioh oh Satubdat. The
Republicans of Albany precinct hold their Con
notion to-day at the Court House at one e'clock
P. M. - We hope members of the party will bear
this ia mind, and come in full force to the meet-
K Cowxrr Cohvehtioh. Tho Republican Coun
ty Convention is called for next Thursday, the
34th. Tho whole number of delegates from the
different precincts is fifty-two, and it is hoped that
each and every delegate will be in attendance.
i., BxjD. The daughter of Dr. Tate, Miss
Laura, who has been afflicted with inflammatory
rh'SnTnn ti'TTi for a long time, of late has been much
' worse, and it is bow feared that she will lose
her eye sight entirely. .
Religious. Elder T. F. Campbell, President
of the Christian College, will preaefa at the Court
House this evening (Saturday), and at II o'clock
A. M. and 7 o'clock P. M. on Sabbath. ' All are
invited to attend.
Xw Docglas. Mr. Cundiff, formerly one of
our city Dads, is at present in Roaeburg, prepar
ing for work, he having taken the contract for
doing the mason work on the new court house to
be erected for Douglas county.
PaosABLE C AST) ID ate. Mr. Richardson
spoken of as tho probable Republican candidate
for sheriff. He is a good man, and would make
. a most efficient officer.
Albany, March 10th, 1870.
Council met March 10, 1S70. Present Mayor
Manoard. presiding ; Counciimen Alexander,
tuley, Meyer and Uradwohl.
Minutes of previous meeting read and approved.
Special committee on ordinance relating to es-
tray borscs asked further time, which was granted
Committee on Drainage reported that they had
examined the lake and pond near Mealey 's, and
that there was nothing to be done with it at pres
The following bills were presented and allowed
and the Recorder instructed to draw orders on the
the Treasurer for the several amounts :
John Long, for covering wells, $3.25: Re
corder ordered to charge the same to property
A. Parker A Co., for sidewalk lumber, $112
the same to be charged to property-holders.
w. 11. need, lor building six crosswalks, at $13
John Long, for building sidewalks, 49.25 :
the same to be charged to the property-holders.
Committee on bulewalks reported that they
were in lavor or granting the petition ot lray,
Cundiff, and others, for a sidewalk. Said peti
tion was granted, and the property-holders grant
ed twenty days in which to complete the same.
Committee on engine house and lot were grant
ed two months' further time in which to report.
Bill of A. Pierce, for ferriage of twenty-five
loads of gravel, at 33$ cents per load, was pre
sented and allowed $8.33.
On motion it was ordered that seven loads of
gravel, including ferriage, at 83V cents, be charg
ed to Riggin's property, Dr. Hill, agent $5.83.
Also that eighteen loads, including ferriage, at
834 cents per load, be charged to Anderson Cox's
On motion it was ordered that all alleys in the
city be opened within thirty days from the date
hereof, and that the Marshal be instructed to no
tify property-holders of this order.
On motion, it was ordered that tho Keeorder be
instructed to issue an order to the Marshal to
collect the amount of special tax due on cistern
.No. 1 from Messrs. roster A Co.
On motion the Marshal was instructed to bridge
mud hole on Third street, in the lower part o
On motion, the Recorder was ordered to post
-notices, advertising for bids to haul gravel, for
the year ending December 20th, 1S70.
A. C. J0XES, Recorder.
Mrs. Duniwat 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 in construction, easily under
stood, make an elastic stifch, fasten their own
ends, adjust their own needles, are easily moved
about on castors, (a convenience no 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, oilod and waxed, fifty
five dollars. I 23-3m
Sewi.io Machines. Messrs. Blain A Young
are averts for the sale of Sewing Machines, and
all the fixtures necessary thereto. This enables
those who wish to purchase any of the first-class
machines to get what they order at the lowest
cash price, and if anything should be lacking, or
should get out of repair, these gentlemen will
take pleasure in furnishing the missing article, or
put the machine in running order, without extra
cost quite an advantage, as those who have pur
chased machines at a distance, have learned by
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
pri :e, and have it delivered to you in complete
running order, call at Blain and Young's and
leave your order. Nuff ced. j
The Home Book op Wonders. This book is
a complete Museum, Descriptive and Pictorial, of
the World's Wonderful Phenomenon. It
something wonderful in printed facts, and is
von containing nearly everything that every
body should read, study and know, and as a book
of reference it has no equal. The work is now in
press, and will be sold only to subscribers. Mr.
6. B. Blood is the gentlemanly agent for the
State, and is at present canvassing Linn county
for subscribers. It is really the most valuable
work that has been issued from the press for years,
possessing all the interest of the best romance,
and, at the same time, the ripe instruction of the
book of travels, or the work of science and des
criptive art, and no man that can read should be
A COW A 3T- A. "W. STANARD,
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET....... ......ALBANY.
They offer a large and well selected stock of
STAPLE DBi GOODS
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash or Produce :
In addition to a very large stock, covering
everything in the line of CottoSis, wo
have a complete assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys' and Men's
CLOTHIN 'and FURNI HIN 0(M
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Foragers. Petty larcenies are of
nightly occurrence ia Portland of late,
and the Oreqonian, commenting on the
fact, says it ia thought, by those who are
posted in the matter, that as the steal
ings are of a class of articles most
needed in aid of a hearty digestion,
a portion of Quantrell's famous band has
been quartered on our city, "to live
amongst us and vote the Democratic
ticket in June until which time they
must manage, some how or another, to
pick up a living."
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper &. Linen
Blinds, etc., &c.
Especial attention is directed to our stock of
IRON AND STEEL
Which is the largest and roost complete this side
You 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 A CO.
Xew Saloon. Mr. L. Mullen has opened a
saloon in the building formerly occupied by
Mr. S. Denny as a furniture shop. It is neatly
papered and varnished, and Lew. is about as so
ciable a boy as they make.
HTMx-e ! HTMi-o! 3JLxe
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Fire ana Marine Insurance Company!
Nos. 416 and 418, California street,
San Francisco, - . - - California.
$13 GOOD AS GOLD. $
BUY THE ONLY GENUINE IMPROVED
OROIDE GOLD WATCHES,
THE OROIDE WATCH CO.
Thev are all the best make, Hunting cases:
finely chased ; look and near like fine gold, and
are equal in appearance to the best gold watches
usually costing f loO. till Jeircled Z.eter,Uent's
and Ladies' sizes, at SIS each.
Onr Doable Extra Kenned fcoiui oroide
Gold Hunting Cases, Full Jeweled Levers, are
ual to $200 Gold Watchee ; Regulated and
Guaranteed to keep correct time, and wear and not
tarnittk, luxtra tine Vae9, atu eacn.
No money is required In advance. We
send by Express anywhere within the United
ates, payable to agent on delivery, with, the
privilege to open and examine before paid for,
nd if not satisfactory returned, ty paying tne
Express charges. Goods trill be eent by mart
Registered Packages, prepaid, by sending cash
in advance. x
An Atient nendina for eix tcatcet aeta an Extra
WATGH FREE, making tecen $15 Watchetfar
or eeren S20 YV atchet for IZtl.
Also, Elegant Oroide Gold Chains, of
atcst and most costly styles, tor i.aaies ana
Gentlemen, from 10 to 40 inches long, at $2, $4,
$6, and $S each, sent with watches at lowest
wholesale prices. State kind and size of watch
required,and to avoid bogns concerns, order only
from OROIDE WATCH CO.,
3to 148. Folton Street, New York
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, In Gold Coin, 5750,000.
- Deposit in Oreg-on, S50,000.
Speech. If the twin (Grasshopper) should
deliver his famous " monopoly speech on
the occasion of the State Convention, it is
thought Mr. Patterson and other candidates for
the office of State Printer would bo entirely wiped
out. Give Grasshopper a show.
! Chips" Is an appropriate heading in tbe
last Democrat, as the paper is run by two block-
Thanks. To our energetic and faithful Sena
tor, H. W. Corbett, we are indebted for renewed
River. lhe Willamette is now in good stage,
and boats might reach Eugene easily.
The Democratic county convention of Linn
county was run by tbe Groverites.
Financial and Commercial.
Portland legal tender rates, 89c.
No change in the Eastern flour and grain
Liverpool wheat market 9s 6d.
No special improvement in the San Francisco
market. We quote as follows :
Flour Superfine, $4 50 4 75 extra, $5 25
Wheat Unoice uregon, i oo ; iair n wj.
good, $1 60.
Oats Market quiet at L 10(3)1 ov as ex
tremes. There is a bare possibility of a partial failure
of the wheat crop" in Europe, which will increase
the price of wheat somewhat in this country be
fore the next harvest. The indications, however,
of an increased price are not very nattering.
Portland market quiet, with provisions in full
supply, and prices inclining to weakness.. Butter,
choice fresh roll, is quoted at 1618o ; eggs, 18
20c. Buyers axe paying 37J40o for pota
toes ; $44 50 per dozen for young, and $4 50
i per dozen for grown chickens ; 7590e per
box for green apples, and 45c for dried ; 721
75 for white, and 6065 forTed wheat ; 40c
for oats ; $67 cwt net for beef cattle ; $2
3 head for good mutton sheep; 67o for
pork, and 78 lb for veal calves. "
No improvement noted in the Albany market.
Wheat, 50 55 ; oats 25c j eggs, 20c; butter,
15c 5 flour bbl., $3 604. - .
Losses Promptly and Equitably A.Jjusted
And Paul in Gold Voin.
THIS COMPANY having complied with the
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance agninst Loss or Damage by Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
GUST AVE TOUCHARD, Pres.
CHAS. D. HAVEN, Sec'y.
Agent for Albany.
Albany, January 8, 1870-18
MRS. A. J. DUNIWAT,
FasMonaWe MiLtonM Fancy Goofa.
Follows Dress and Cloak Making- in all
their varied branches.
M A ffl 31 O T II ' S T O C K
TOTS. FANCY GOODS,
GIFTS. FKESENTS, BOOKS, &C, &C
Forthe Holidays of lS69-70,has arrived,
Direct from Hfew York-
And is now on Ehibition at
SAUTA CLAUS' i HEAD QUARTERS,
1U5 FROST STREET, PORTLAND,
Where every purchaser will find
The Largest Stock I
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 !
BLEACHES AND PRESSES STRAW GOODS
In Latest Style and best manner.
STAMP FOR BRAID AND EMBROIDER Y.
Corner First and Broadalbin streets, Albany,
O O IL. O If, S
That Photograph Best,
BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, and deep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple Blue, Crimson, Pink &c
Sept. 18, '69-2 j :. J. A. WINTER
. Politics. Politics have been at fever
heat in onr city daring the week. The
Democracy of Linn are not the united
and happy people, politically, we have
been told they were. Many and angry
have been tho discussions among the
leaders, and terrible anathemas have
been hurled at tho heads of those who
A in show the least sizn of
kicking in the traces. A leading Demo
crat made the Temark the other day that
"if we carry . Linn county this time it
will be by the skin of our teeth, ana i
will be the last time.". Of course we are
sorry to see so much -wrangling among
our brother Democrats oh, so sorry.
TO IBB vvuKKiaa UiiASS. We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant em
ployment at home, the whole of the time or foj
tbe spare moments. . Business new, light and
profitable. Persons of either sex . easily earn
from 50c to $5 per evening, and a proportional
sum by aevoting tneir wnole time to tbe business.
Boys and frirls 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 writine
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will
do to commence work on, and a copy of The
People' Literary Companion one of the largest
and best family newspapers published all sent
free by mail. Reader, il you want permanent,
profitable work, address, IS. C.ALLKN A Co.,
10m3 ' Augusta, Maine.
The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices.
T0HS G. HODGE A CO., 327, 329 and 331
I Sansome street, Pan Francisco, California
keeps tbe largest stock of Stationery, Blank
Jttooke, ticnoot jsook, wrapping paper, playing
cards, pocket cutlery, razors, scissors, notions
e., to be found on tbe Pacific coast. Prompt
attention given to supply tne trade, and satisfac
n24-lm JOHN G. HODGE A CO,
LANK Deeds, Mortgages, etc., on hand-
latest styles, and for sale low, at this office,
DIRECT IMPORTATION !
Stranirers and citizens will find SANTA
CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS a most interesting
place to visit, as the gorgeous array of new nov
elties, and the thousand comical toys therein, give
the store the appearance of aa Eastern
MUSEUM OF CURIOSITIES ! .
SL. Some idea may be arrived at as to the
extent of the stock when it is known tbat of
Dolls alone there are one hundred amd fifty-five
varieties .' Making that Department a perfect
BAZZAR OF BEAUTY I
Full Descriptive Catalogues now ready.
Call early to secure choice gifts.
S. J. M CORMICK,
8m6 Agent for Santa Clans.
Fin the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Linn.
William R. Kirk, Plff,, va. Michael Anderson,
Malvina Anderson, Theodore Boone, L. Senders,
M. Sternberg and J. Flcischner, partners under
tbe firm name and style of Senders, Sternberg
A Co., Defts.
Suit in Eauity to foreclose mortgage.
To Michael Anderson. Malvina Anderson and
Theodore Boone, non residents. Defendants
YOU are hereby required to appear in the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, forthe county
of Linn, and answer tbe complaintof the Plaintiff
m the above entitled cause against you, on ble
with the clerk of said court by the first day of
the next term of said court following the expira
tion of six weeks from publication hereof, or
judgment for want thereof will be taken against
you. . 1
You are hereby further notified that if you fail
to answer said complaint as above required, tbe
Plaintiff will take judgment against you, the sard
Michael Anderson and Theodore Boone, for
want of an answer, for tbe sum of one hundred
and ten dollars,. United States gold coin
with interest thereon at the rate of one per
eent. ner month from the 15th day of December,
A. D. 1868, and wrtl apply to the court for the
relief demanded therein, and the costs and dis
bursements of this suit to be taxed.
- First publication ordered February 5,1870.
First day of ensuing term March 28th, 1870.
By order of R. P. BOISE, Judge.
" B. F. Rdsseli., Attorney for Plff. v 22w6
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Liberal advance made on consignments.
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This stove is particularly adapted to the wants
of this coast. 1,000 of them are now in. use in
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Great variety of "GEM PANS."
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A Liberal Discount Made to Country
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NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
I INTEND DOING A ' ;
General Commission Business
IN ' .
for the purpose of selling
All Kinds of Produce
I that may be consigned to me to sell.
Alto ,33.y Oregon,
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in San Francisco.
oct9-5tf R. CHEADLE,
BUILDERS, ATTENTION I
rW':f Executor's Notice.
NOTICE! is hereby given that the undersigned
have been annotated by the County Court
of Linn county the Executors of the estate of
Preston Morris, deceased. ' All persons having
claims against said estate are required to present
them to the nndcrsisned; duly verified, at the
ofifice of Powell A Flinn, in Albany, in said conn
ty, within six months from the date bereot.
: A. B. MORRIS,
I- O. W. RICHARDSON.
January 20, 1870." - n30-4w
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RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain wagon Road.
Policies Exempt from Execution.
Cash Assets, - - $3,000,000,
OVER 21,000 MEMBERS.
Dividends paid one year from date of
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfeit-
Over 8,000 Policies issued
mHIS COMPANY POSSESSES A V.OMBI-
JL nation of desirable features which no other
organisation can claim. Its growth has been
steady, its success marked. Its system of busi
ness 1. pre-eminenuy aaaptea to benent tne noia
era of its Policies.
M'KENNEY & LINDERMAN,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street,' San
r rancisco, airectiy opposite Occidental Hotel.
W. WHIT VV JT-JC.,
General Agent for Oregon and Territories,
Set. e, '9-9y
To D'eschuttes River :
Four Horse or Mule team
One " " "
Ox teams, three yoke
i? or every additional yoke...-.. .....
Loose horses, per head
" cattle, per head.
" sheep or hogs
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaded
" " unloaded
Horse and rider-
Are prepared to do MILL WORK : furnish Sha
ker Fans. Zitrtae Shakers. Suction Fans. Drivinr
.$4 50 Pulleys, of any kind, at onr Factory on Lyon
3 uu street, (on the river bank, next below Markbam
2 00 warehouse.
.... 4 SO
.... 1 00
ALTHOUSE k CO.
Albany, February 20, 1869-24
Walk in ! Walk in 1
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I
j and see the goods which he is receiving direct
To Visit take :
Four horse or mule team, each way........ 2
Two , " " " 1
One " " " ........ 1
Pack animals, loaded..
' unloaded. .... .... .,
Horse and rider.
Ox team, three yoke 2
Te Upper Soda Spring :
Four horse or mule team, out and back 2 50
Two .. "i 2 O"
n " ' 1 00
Horse and rider " 60 I Call and examine my Goods before yon pur
Loose animals, ' " 25 chase elsewhere, as I am always willing to snow
Ox teams the same as horse teams. niy gooas.
A. HACKLEMAN, N. B. I will pay from date for thirty days to
" W. W. Parrish, Pres. come, au tenis per oosen lor JiRgs.
Sec. . . tep- . w-y
March 20, 1869-23
which he is going to sell very low for
Cash or Produce!
SAN FRANCISCO STORE!
CORXEB FIRST AH FBRRT STRSRT8,
ALBANY .. OR EGO!.
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes, Hardware Si Crockery,
1 and a full supply of Ladies' '
FmnisMii Emliroiflery, Fancy Goods, &c.
- also, a stock of
THE BEST LIQUORS!
for Medicinal purposes only.
GOODS RECEIVED BX
E-yery Steanx :
which will be sold for
CASH or TRAD
. Always on hand a large stock of
Box, Cooking and Parlor Stoves !
and manufactures all kinds of
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware,
.11 0r which are offered at the lowest rates for
' CASI1 OR COUNTRY PRODUCE t
SS.. All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire saustaeuon warraniea, at my
Store and Tin tstore.
WHEAT WANTED ! r.
' ' i'"' AT,
Sixty' Cents per Bushel !
In trade, or on Book aeconnt.
For all that may he o fie red
oct 5 R. CHEADLE.
THE EYES ! THE EARS I
THE undersigned has been appointed by tho
County Court of Linn county, Oregon,
R.ntr of the last will and testament of
Samukl H- Hitter, deceased, late of said county.
Persons having claims against said estate, will
present them, duly verified, to the nndorrigned,
at his residence three miles northeast of Lebanon,
in said county, within six months from this date.
J. R. SMITH.
December 13th, 1S9-16w4
Dr. T. CSOLDIHV,
OCTTUST AND AirRXST; .
ALBANY, t : t OREO OK.
TnR-'GOLDEN IS A SON OF THE
T i noted old Opthalmie Doctor. 8. C.
: Dr. GOLDEN has had ekperience In treating
the various diseases to which the eye and ear sre
subject, and feels confident of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves under
Albany, April 10, tSflO-SlT