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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1870.
Subscribers finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are ivvited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
LOCAL -VllVI JLiiS
-See first page for local and other
Electios. See the notice of time of election
for Director and Clerk of School District No. 5.
CorRT. Circuit Court convenes next Monday.
See docket elsewhere.
Docket. Following are the causes
docketed for the March term of the Linn County
Circuit Court, which convenes on Monday next :
State of Oregon vs. Gordon Cooper ; assault
with intent to kill. Powell prosecuting.
State of Oregon va.J Leobold Locher; larceny
continued frpm last term. Powell prosecuting.
State of Oregon vs. B. W. Poindexter ; selling
liquor without license three indictments. Pow
State of Oregon vs. Edward E. Turk ; murder.
James Knox vs. J. B. Clendenning ; to recover
money. Crannor for plaintiff.
Geo. D. Overton et al vs. Luther White ; to re
cover money damages.. Powell A Plinu and
Cranor for plaintiff.
Joseph Brown vs. Benjamin Evans aud E. B.
Moore ; review.
Hiram Smith and Martin, Ex'rs, aud Bcrj.
Roach vs. Linn county ; appeal. Cranor for
Same vs. same.
svits is eqcity.
S. M. Davidson vs. Susannah G. McCallister
and William McCallistcr.
Kussell for defendant.
Mary E. Stewart vs. Thomas Stewart ; divorce
continued from last term. Cranor fur plaintiff ;
Russell and Flinn for defendant.
E. F. Russell and L. Flinn vs. T. W. Stew
art ; foreclosure of Mortgage. Powe 1 for pltT.
W. B. Blain vs. D. Michael; injunction issued
by County Court, etc. Cranor for plaintilf ; tow
el'. Jr.'Flitin for defendant.
W. H. Churchill et al vs. J. M. Churchill et al :
partition of real estate. Cranor for plaintiff.
Elizabeth E. Babcr vs. Christopher C. Baber ;
divorce. Russell for plaintiff.
Christopher Clymer vs. Vm. Armstrbne ; fore
closure of mortgage." D. Galby for plaintiff.
Rachael Dinwiddie vs. David Diuwiddie ; di
vorce. Thornton for plaintiff.
Mary Jane Kees vs. Jacob Keos. executor, etc.
Chenoweth and Williams for plaintiff; B-ussell
and Cranor for defendant.
Eliza Denny vs. V. W. Panrish et al ; foreclos
ure of mortgage. Jf. B. Humphrey for pllT.
T. S. Summers vs. Eliza bummers ; , partition
of real e?tate. I
W. R. Kirk vs. Michael Anderson
John MeTotosh vs. Catharine Mcintosh ; di
vorce. L. Flinn for plaintiff. 1
Hugh Fields vs. arah Ann Eslick et al ; to
reform deed. S. A. Johns for plaintiff.
Hiram Smith et al. cxrs., vs. Permand Jc Lucy;
Powe.l A Flinn for plaintiffs; N. H. Cranor and
J. M. Thompson for defendants.
Smith, Brassfieid Co. vs. James Killing ;
eonfimation of sheriff's sale. Russell for plffa. ;
Powell Flinn for defendant.
- Moore A Grast vs. W. H. Greenwood ; con
firmation of sheriff's sale on execution.
Susannah Banford vs. James'Banford. Cheno
with for plff. ; Russell for defendant.
Wm. Rilea vs. Wm. Lewis, Geo. F. Shaw and
E. F. Russell ; to recover money.
Senders, Sternberg Co. vs. E. B. Kug'jcs : to
BROW JiSVILLE ITEMS.
FROM OCR RF.GCLAR CORRESPONDENT.
Brownsville, March 22d, 1870.
The Republican Primary Convention met on
Saturday last. Mr. C. A. Williams was called to
the Chair, and Mr. Gus. Wheeler chosen Secre
tary. The following named gentlemen were
chosen delegates to the County Convention :
Wm. L. Smith, A. Wheeler, A. C. Hausman,
Albert Henderson and Thomas Kirk. Fewer
voters were present and less interest taken in the
meeting than has been in any meeting of like
character for some time past.
Rev. W. R. Bishop closed the school in North
Brownsville on Friday last, until after the elec
tion of Directors. Ho has left his application,
and will probably commence again soon after that
time. As a " teachist" he has proved himself
quite a "successist."
Mr. Mackall, who is teaching the Brush Creek
school, was in town last Saturday. From a con
versation with him wo learn that the school in
that interesting neighborhood is in a flourishing
condition. The pupils have become so numerous
that ho has. found it necessary to employ an as
sistant. His wife will act in that capacity for the
present. They have but lately come from Cali
fornia, but are fully alive to the educational in
terests of the juveniles of our Slate.
Proceedings of the Sautiam Precinct
Santi.im, March 21st, 1S70.
The following proceedings were had at the
Union Precinct Convention, fur Sautiam precinct,
on the lUth inst :
The meeting organized by electing John Pow
ell, Chairman, and S. T. Miller Secretary. The
Chair appoiutcd a committee on resolutions,
which, after a short absence, submitted the fol
lowing report, which was adopted:
Whkreas. We recognize it to be the dutv of
Cranor for plaintilf; j every political party to faithfully enunciate their
,' position upon every question ot difference ; and,
j Whereas, There is radical difference of opin
I ion with regard to the reconstruction and Fiuan
j cial policy ot the present Federal Administration;
j JizHolvcd, That we approve the reconstruction
j policy, aud the action in accordance therewith, as
j beicg the most just and conducive to permanent
I peace and prosperity of any that could possibly
j have beeu adopted aud carried out.
J Jlesolt-ed, That we rejoice at the present pros
I perky and prospective glorious future- ot our coiu-
couotry, anil especially ot the coutheru
EAGLE WOOLEN XVXILXS.
Although it is not known for a certainty that
this Factory is going to' run this Summer,
our friend Wheeler, who has established such an
enviable reputation for low prices and fair deal
ing, as well as for the excellent quality of the
goods kept, has on hand a largely increased
stock, which he intends to sell at the same reason
able rates as heretofore.
Our friends in that vicinity will do well to make
a note of this. 26
Office, No. 61 Front Street,
Adjoining tho Telegraph Office, Portland, Oregon.
Special Collector of Claims,
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every description throughout Ore
gon and the Territories, WILL BE MADE 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 Sealer.
Mrs. Di niwat has just received a number of
Bartram & 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 stitch, 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 tho operator's clothes,
nnd are sold at lower prices than any other table
machine in use. Price of machine, with black wal
nut table aud drawer, oiled and waxed, fifty
five dollars. " " 23-Sin
I J'esolvcd, That we are in favor of rigid econo
i my in the administration ot government, both
! State and National, as well as strict aecountabil-
ity on tho part of every financial agent and
j Jieso!red, That the faith of the government is
; plighted for the performance of its contracts, and
being in favor of the rigid performance of the
j contracts by individuals, States and the General
! ; Government, we recognize a near relationship
Russell for ; as existing between uullilieation and repudiation;
the former being the parent, and the latter the
offspring of secession and treason, and we now as
ever disclaim any sympathy for nullification,
secession, treason or repudiation.
On motion, it was ordered that the Secretary
present tho Albany Register with a copy of these
resolutions for publication.
JOHN POWELL, President.
S. T. Miller, Secretary.
Sewino Machises. Messrs. Blain A Young
are ayerts for the sale of Sewixg Machines, and
i all the fixtures necessary thereto. This enables
: those w ho 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-
j 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 tho lowest
pri ;e, and have it delivered to you in complete
mnu'ig order, call at Blain and Young's and
leave your order. Nuff ced.
Sewing Societv. The Methadist Sewing So
ciety meets at Mrs. Altree's on Tuesday. Dinner
at 1 o'clock P. M. All are invited.
1 On the 18th inst., at the residence of Geo. W.
Klum, by S. 11. Claughton, Jusrice of the Peace,
Meeting of tbe Presbtterv. The Presby- j
tery of the United Presby terian Church of Cregon
will hold its next meeting ia the Presbyterian
church in Albany, commencing Wednesday even- j
ing, April 6th, 1S70. A programme of devotional
exercises was adopted as follows :
Opening Sermon Wednesday eveTjir;r. on ;
Sanetification of the Sabbath, by Rev. J. Worth.
Thursday afternoon.conference on same subject.
Thursday evening, sermon on Sabbath School
work, by Rev. T. S. Kendall.
Friday afternoon, conference on same subject..
Friday evening, sermon on Christian Duty, by
Uev. T. J. Wilson.
Saturday afternoon, conference on same sub
Saturday evening, sermon on the Nature of the
SaTaments, by Rev. J. M. Dick.
Sabbath, communion services Morning ser
mon by Rev. J. Wor b ; Sermon in the evening
by Rev. T. S. Kendall.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Kxttting Machine. One of the " Essiek's
Climax Knitters" was brought into our office by
the agent last week, and pet to work. In our
opinion it is the best knitter yet offered for sale.
And its chief recommendation is its simplicity of
construction and the easa with which it can be
made to operate ; five minute's instruction, nnd
jou are prepared to ' run the machine." Unlike
all other machines, it knits a complete soek. It
is really a neat piece of machinery, and is only
to be seen by ths farmer's wife to be appre
ciated. Just think of it a complete pair of
socks in one hour. Then tho price $25 for
such a labor-saver, is a mere bagatelle whan you
take into account the labor performed by it.
Messrs. S. S. Markham & Son are the agent3 for
Branching Oct. The great real estafe brokers
'and Collecting agents, Messrs. Stitzel & Upton,
of Portland, bat e established a branch office in
this ity, aad appointed Mr. John C. Men-'
denhall as their agent. This is one of the mo.-t
enterprising and thorough business firms doing
business in Portland, and enjoys a reputation for
integrity and reliability second to no othe' in the
metropolis. Their business card will be found
in oar columns this morning, and our advice to
those having property for sale, or wishing collec
tion made, is to place their business in the hands
of their agent here, Mr. Mendenhall, assuring
them that their interests will not be allowed to
suffer, if so entrusted. Read their card.
Mr. William Summers to Miss Josef-hine Klcm,
ail of Linn county, Oregon.
On the Otis inst , at the residence of the bride's
father, by tlie Rev. II. C. Jenkins, Mr. D.
M'Angi.er to Miss Jlcuor.i Beard, all of Linn
March 17th, 1870. at the residence of the
bride's mother in Waterloo, by the Rev. T. S.
Ken Jail, James D. (Jibsos to Miss JUnr A.
KiiEs, oil of Linn county.
On the 21st inst, in the city of Ilarrisbnrg, at
the residence of Lrwin Macy, James Wilson, in
the 72nd vear of his age.
The Home Book op Wonders. This book is
a complete Museum, Descriptive and Pictorial, of
the World's Wonderful Phenomenon. It is
something wonderful in printed facts, and is a
worK 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.
G. B. Blood is the gentlemanly agent for the
State, and is at present canvassing Linn county
for subscribers. It is really tho 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 Kr.Y West Affair. At a late
ball in Key West, Fla., on the night of
the 19 lit, an attempt was made to assas
sinate the brothers of the supposed mur
derer of Castanon. The wounds in
flicted were severe, but not mortal.
Reduction. The Ways and Means
Committee and the President are in favor
of a great reduction in taxation, and are
earnestly at work in making such'
changes in the existing laws as will more
equally distribute the burdens of taxa
tion. It is announced that most of the
special and license taxes will be re
moved. The How of It. The two Conven
tions this week have so taken up our
time that we are a little behind with our
news, locals and general, this week.
We'll right up again next week.
Can a windlass be considered an airy
XFa-TI S Ts
Nw Ann Interestixo Books Oar Home
. Phyrician A new and popular guide to the art of
preserving health and treating disease ; with
plain advice for al the medical and surgical
emergencies of the family. By Geo. M. Beard,
A. M., M. D. Every family should have a copy.
Also, Priett and Aim the convent system ex
posed ; a most thrilling and exciting narration of
facts. Both works published by subscription
only. Mr. R. Brown is the agent for Linn
county, and will be bappy to furnish either or
Theatrical. Among the other attractions
offered for the amusement of our guests during
the week, wne" the theatrical entertainments at
Parrish Hall, by a troupe from Salem. The first
night they were favored with a fair audience.
The second night (the Bight of the big fight over
the platform) the audience was to slim that tbe
performance was adjourned. Theatricals are
nowhere in comparison with a Democratic Con
rention. Clotbes-Lihe Holder. Messrs. O. P. Tomp
kins 4 Co. have received a lot of clothes-line
, holders, a Tery cheap and convenient article re
cently patented, for which they have the right for
several counties. They .possess many desirable
qualities, and fill a want that every housekeeper
will appreciate at first eight. Call at the big
stove establishment, and examine them.
Financial nnd Commercial.
Portland legal tenders, 89c.
Liverpool wheat 9s 2d a decline.
O SO" Yrk wbeatA 40l 0 flour 6 50
Ban Francisco wheat market $1 85(5,1 40 for
dm . ml 62J 109 tbs; flour $1
i 50 as to quality. . ,
Portland prices unchanged, i
To Whom it May Concern:
Gil. BABER is my Legal Agent during
a my absence.
Albany. Slarch 15. 1S70.-28-3W.
a' ttorney and counselor at law,
5L Albany, Oregon.
Oefice In tho Parrish Brick. 23
J7"xo ! Fire! H7,xc !
" A Stitch in Time Saves Nine!"
Fire ana Marine Insurance Company !
Nos. 416 and 418, California street,
San Francisco, - - - California.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, In Gold Coin, $750,000.
Deposit lu Oregon . $50,000.
J. .MEM)IiXllALI - - Agent,
ENERAL LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
JT Established July, 1S6S. An office where
general information concerning the resources of
Oregon can be obtained free of charge.
Loans negotiated en first Mortgage, Real Es
tate and Collateral Securities. We have for sale
a large amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of every des
cription, located in Linn and other counties in
this State, i . .. . . . , .. .
To the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to
the owners of Real Estate : We take this method
of calling your attention to our place of busi
ness. Uaving determined to open a Branch Of
fir?a in vour citv. we can offer vou a medium for
obtaining purchasers one that is appreciated by
turners, as it saves tnem mucn rime auu inuor iu
searching for what they want. Our principal
Agency, at Portland, . Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and the office so well furnished for giv
ing information upon Real Estate, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in our line.
You incur no expense in placing your
property on sale with us unless a sale is made.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Office.
JOHN C. MENDENHALL, Agent.
Albany, Ogn., March 23, 1870. 2tft
REAL ESTATE ETROKERS,
J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
Office First st opposite Post Office, Albany, Ogn.
HAVE for sale in the eity of Albany, a desira
ble Homestead, Lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, corner
Third, Fourth nd Eleventh streets, one of the
best localities in tbe city. A good one and a half
story house, with all other conveniences. Apply
Xo J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
Losses Promptly ami EquitubJy Adjusted
And l aid in Uold Coin.
THIS COMPANY having complied with the
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damage bv Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
GUSTAVE TOUCHARD, Pres.
CHAS. D. HAVEN, Sec'y.
Agent for Albany.
Albany, January 8, 187-18 1
Is A DIES' EMJPOItlUitl.
, J. DUNIWAT,
A. COWAN. A. W. BTAHABD.
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
STAPI.13 DRY CiOODS
At Extraordinary Low Prices
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
CLOTHIN and FURNI HIN OOD !
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, ic.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper
Blinds, &c, &c.
that an annual
fiTti'E bsrebv irirAD
r Ki-hnnl District No.
county, Oregon, win oo ui -r" : '
on Monday, the 4th-day of April, 1878, at one
o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing one
Director for the term of three years, and one
Clerk, for the term of one year ; also to levy a
tax to defray the expenses of said district.
Dated March 21it, 1870. " .
2-2t A. N. ARNOLD, Clerk
FasMonaWe MilMeryani Fancy Goofls.
Follows Dress and Cloak Making' in all
their varied branches.
BLEACnES AND PRESSES STRAW GOODS
In Latest Style and best manner.
STAMP FOR BRAID AND EMBROIDER Y.
Corner First and Broada'bin streets, Albany,
Especial attention is directed to our stock of
IRON AND STEEL
Which is the largest and most complete this side
You are invited to call and examine our goods
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, Bacon and Lard !
A. COWAN A CO.
Oct. 30, TS69-3
$15 GOOD AS GOLD. $20
BUY THE ONLY GENUINE IMPROVED
OROIDE GOLD WATCHES,
THE OROIDE WATCH CO.
They are all the best make, Hunting cases;
finely chnscd ; look and tcear fifce fine gold, and
are equal iu appearance to tne best gold watcnes
usually costing $150. Full Jen-eled Zeuer, Gent's
and Ladies' sizes, nt 15 each.
Oar Doable Extra Refined Solid Oroide
Gold Hunting Cases, Full Jeweled LeversTure
equal to $200 Gold Watches; Regulated and
Guaranteed to Irerp correct time, and vreur and not
tarnith. Extra Fine Ce, 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 trill he sent by mail as
Registered Packages, prepaid, by sending cash
An Aqent tending for ix teatcliet get an Extra
WATCH FREE, iaakinn teren $15 Watcheifar
$U0. or teren $20 Watrhcm for $120.
Also, Eleg-ant oroide coin cnarai, or
latest and most costly styles, for Ladies and
Gentlemen, from 10 to 40 inches long, at $2, $4,
$t. and $3 each, sent with watches at lowest
wholesale prices. State kind and size of watch
required,and to avoid bogus concerns, order only
from OROIDE WATCH CO.,
ISto 148, Fulton Street, New York.
A .SI M X II STOCK
TOYS, FANCY GOODS,
GIFTS, PRESENTS, BOOKS, &C.,&C.
For the Holidays of lS69-70,has arrived.
Direct lrom IVew York,
And is now on Ehibition at
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
105 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND,
Where every purchaser will find
The Largest Stock !
The Greatest Variety I !
The Cheapest Priccsl!!
?r&r- This immense stock having been pur
chased for currency in New York, will be icid to
dealers and others in coin, at
Less Prices Than Ever Before !
Strangers and citixens 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 an Lasturn
MUSEUM OF CURIOSITIES!
c o n. o xe. s
That Photograph Best,
A R E
BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, and deep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple, Blue, Crimson, Pink, &c.
Sept. 18, '68-i J. A. WISTEE-
S5L- Soma idea may be arrived at as to the
extent of the stock when it is known that of
Dolls alone there are one hundred amd fifty-five
varieties: Muking that Department a perfect
BAZZAR OF BEAUTY !
Full Descriptive Catalogues now ready.
5, Call early to secure choice gifts.
S. J. M-CORMICK,
SmR Agent for Santa Clans.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ofcgon for
the County of Linn.
William K. Kirk, PltT., vs. Michael Anderson,
Malvina Andersoe, Theodore Boone, I. Senders,
M. Sternberg and J. Fleiscbner, partners under
tbe firm name and style of Senders, Sternberg
& Co., Dcfts.
Suit in Equity to foreclose mortgage.
To Michael Anderson, Malviua Anderson and
Theodore Boone, non residents. Defendants
aforesaid ; .
YOU are hereby required to appear in the Circuit
Court of the State of Orecon, forthe county
of Linn, auti answer the complaint of the Plaintiff
in tbe above entitled cause against yon, oa file
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 are hereby further notified that if you fail
to answer said complaint as above required, tbe
Plaintiff will take iudement eeainst you, the said
Michael Anderson and Theodore Boone, for
want of an answer, for the sum of one hundred
and ten dollars, United Steles gold coin
with interest thereon at the rate of one per
cent, ner month from the 15th day of December,
A. D. 1868, and will 'apply to the court for the
relief demanded therein, and the costa and dis
bursements of this suit to be taxed. -
First publication ordered February 6, 1870.
Firstay of ensuing term March 28th, 1870.
By order of R. P. BOISE, Jndge.
E. F. Russell, Attorney for Plff. 22w6
"VfOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
11 have been annoioted by the County Court
of Linn county tbe Executors of the estate of
Preston Morns, tteoeasea, au persons saving
claims against said estate are required te present
tbem to the undersigned, duly verified, at tbe
office of Powell & flinn, in Albany, in saia coun
ty, within six months from the date hereof;
- A. B. MORRIS.
0. W. RICHARDSON.
.January 20, 1870, 30-4w
- a -5
O. P. TOMPKLS Sc. CO.,
IXPORTEBS ASD DEALERS IV
TIN PLATE, SHEET IROS,
STOVES I ' lUl
Copper, Brass, Zinc, Wire, Block Tin,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS I
Hose, Iron and Lead Pipe !
CAST, TIN AND ENAMELED HHlifiW
House-Furnishing Hardware !
ICHMOND'S PORTABLE RANGE.
This stove is particularly adapted to-the wants
of this coast. 1,0(10 of them are now in use in
San Francisco, and they give universal satisfaction
JSJ-AU goods warranted First Class:
In all its branches.
A rJberal Discount Made to Country
Call and see us before purchasing
,25-69-S 0. P. TOMPKINS CO.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
Policies Exempt from Execution.
Cash Assets, - - - 3,000,000,
OVER 21,000 XOEMBERS.
Dividends paid one year from date of
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfeit-
Over 8,000 Policies issued
mHis COMPANY possessesOl COMBI
1 nation of desirable feature which no other
organization can claim. Its rrowth has been
steady, its success marked. Its system of busi
ness is pre-eminently adapted to benefit tbe hold
ers 01 lis policies.
ryncENNEY & linderman.
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street, San
cranoisce, airecuy opposite Occidental Hotel.
General Agent for Oregon and Territories,
Nov. 6, '69-y
Farmers' Boilers Z
All sizes a fine thing.
1. CIUIU. B. CHBADLB,
Front-sU, Albany, Ogn. 1010 Market Eddy sts.
, ep. Ji irtn.tsan raneieo
R.. Chcadlo 2 Co..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Groceries aM eneral Hercbandlse !
FORWARDING, & COMMISSION
MARK GOODS i
I-.- C., Albany, Oregon; or.
It. C, San Francisco, Cal.
Sole agents for the Finest Stove out the
Liberal advance made on consignment.
Great variety of "GEM PANS."
CEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrlsh'a Kew Building', First Street,
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure and of the best
Physicians Prescriptions carefully eompoundea.
Albany, Oct. 17. 1868-6tf
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain Wagon Road.
To Deschuttes River t
Four Horse or Mule team $4 50
Two " ' " 3 00
One " ' " " 2 00
Ox teams, three yoke 4 60
For every additional yoke
Loose horses, per head
" cattle, per bead
" sheep cr hogs
Teams returning empty, half price.
Pack animals, loaded .
" " nnloaded
Horse and rider.. 1 00
To Fish take :
Four borse or mule team, each way S
Two " " " .. . 1
One " " ' " 1
Pack animals, loaded
" " nnloaded.........
Horse and rider
Ox team, three yoke..... i
To Upper Soda Spring: "
Four hone or mule team, out and back...... 2 50
Twe " 2 00
One " " 1 00
Horse and rider, . " ...... 50
Loose animals, " 25
Ox teams the same as horse teams.
W. W. Parrish, Pros,
March 20, 1869-28
SAN FRANCISCO STORE
COMER FIRST iSD riEST STREETS,
ALBANY OR EGOS
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
" I INTEND DOING A "
eneral Commission Business
for the purpose of selling
All Kind of Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell.
L AM AR CUE IDLE,
XTto any, Oresou,
Will receive aad attend te at) orders on me to be
filled in San ITranciseo.
oct9-6tf R. CI1GADLE.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION 1
SASH, BLIXD AND BOOR
F A C T ORY!
S. B. ALTHOOIB. R. WRIGHT. t. T. I1CUUT5.
ALTnOt'SE &, CO.,
X.YOX STRKET, (OS TBS RITBB KS),
ALBANY, i t I. ORECOX.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to
Furnish to Order,
Crown, Panel, Band, and Section Mold
of all sizes. '
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES t
sr vx ass 9
and all other kinds of
Building Material !
Are prepared to do MILL WORK ; furnish Sha- '
ker Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suetion Fans, Driving
Pullevs, of any kind, at oor Factory on Lyoa
street, (on the river bank), next below Markham's
' Albany, February 20, 1869-24
Walk in! Walk inl
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I
-v Walk into
R. R REVIVER'S STORE,
and see the goods which be is receiving direct
which he is going to sell very low for
Cash or Prodnce!
Call and examine my Goods before yon par.
chase elsewhere, as I am always willing to shew
my goods. ' . .
N. B. I will pay from date for thirty days to.
eomei30 tents per dozen for Eggs.
Sep. 25, 69-3y B. BRENNEB.
GOODS RECEIVED BY
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes, Hardware dc Crockery,
and a full supply of Ladies'
Fnriiisliins Embroidery, Fancy Goods, &c.
also, a stock of
THE BEST LIQUORS!
for Medicinal purposes only.
Always on hand a large stock of
Box, Cooking and Parlor Stores !
and manufactures all kinds of
Tim, Copper and Sueet-lron Ware,
all of which are offered at tbe lowest rates for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE I
All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire satisfaction warranted, at my
Stove and Tin Store.
Not. 20-11 H' ,
- - "lhich will be sold for '
THE undersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of Linn county.. Oregon,
Executor of tbe last will and testament of
SakuklH. Ritter. deceased, late of said county.
Persons having claims against said estate, will
present them, duly verified, to the undersigned,
at bis residence three miles northeast of Lebanon,
in said county, within six months from this date.
J. &. SMITH.
WHEAT WANTED I
Sixty Cents per Du.hel I
in trade, or on Book account,
For all that may be offered
oct9-5 B. CHE ABLE. ;
THE EYES ! THE EARS I
Dr. T. L. OLDEIV,
OCULIST AND AURXST,
ALBANY, t OBEOOK.
'mmL -faB- GOLDEN 18 A SON 01 THS
f f noted old Opthalmio Doctor, 8. C.
Dr. GOLDEN has had experience la treating
the various diseases to wbieb tbe eye aad ear ssa
subject, and feels eonftdent of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves aadat
his ear. '
Albany. April IS, 18694Jw . ;