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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1870)
"SATUllDAY, APRIL l, 1870.
To-day (tho first Monday in April), is tho day
for holding our annual school meeting, and I sup
pose there will bo more or loss said in favor of the
free school system, "in the greater portion of the
districts. And I have no doubt hut that some of
them will vote a tax for that purpose. Sow,
would it not be advisable to urge this on our com
ing representatives : that they pass a law to this
effect, so that it will be a general thing through
out the Slate? I believo the greater iortion of
i the Eastern States have adopted it, and why
See first page for local and other ! h"li Oregon be found iu the rear in the ad
vancement, of the vounsr 1'Conier
' A DIRECTOR.
Subscribers finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms &1 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
Real Estate Sale. Mr. Hugh dimming?,
guardian, gives notice that he will offer at public
sale on the 10th day of May a valuable tract of
land. Read the notice and be governed accord-
Cuasgkd Hands. The fine largo warehouse
erected last season by Mr. Dave Froman , on the
bank of tho Willamette, in tho eastern portion of
tho city, a few days since was bought by Mr. E.
Cartwright, to bo used, wo suppase, in storing
the next crop of flax seed, already contracted for j ingly. ,
in this county. It is one of the most substantial j Sext l'r. The man Hadcr, who was convicted
and capacious warehouses in the State, capable of j 0f forgery at the lata term of the I.tun County
storing considerably more than one hundred j Circuit Court, and sentenced to two years iu the
thousand bushels of grain. The price pai 1 was ;
$7,450. Mr. Cartwright has secured a splendid
building at a very fair price. j
New Comers. Tho last ocean steamer to Port- ;
land brought quite a number of parties from the
East to this State, who came here for the purpose ;
of making a future home with ns. Wo are in. ,
formed that the larger portion are seeking good i
farming lands, and if they can find such lands j
suited to their taste and purse, will invest luinie- 1 Aha f the ;:l.-t ult. says that money is
diatcly. Tuesday nighfs boat brought to this I nin,1)(ju.t- . that tho .ii -position to lend is more
city persona from Iowa, who have been induced to . Iir1n,,cri. a,i .ndcuev is to lower rates.
The Western Monthly. The April
number of thia excellent magazine con
tains a perfect feast of good things. It
opens with a steel portrait and biograph
ical sketch of Thaddeus C. Pound, Lieutenant-Governor
of Wisconsin, a gentle
man well and favorably known to many
of our readers. The Western grows
richer and better with each recurring
month, and stands at the head of useful
and entertaining magazines. Published
by the Wesern Monthly Company, Chi
cago, 111., at f 3 per annum.
Women Suffrage. Mr. Julien has
presented in the House, a joint resolution
to amend the Constitution of the United
States, by adding Article lGth, providing
that the right of citizens to vote shall not
be abridged by the Uuited States, nor by
any State, on aceouut of sex. This will
State penitentiary, w:i taken to Salem on Tues
day's boat by Sheriff Irvine.
AitnivEii. Our oldest, "Johnny," arrived in ! give the champions of female suffrage a
this city from the ta-t. on iuesJay night. M
ju.-t thirteen days in making the trip. For
twelve year older lie thinks it's a nifty oi l trip.
chance to show their hands.
financial and Commercial.
Gold in New York, ill.
Portland legal U iol, r5?i(S Oie.
come to Linn county with the assurance tLat good
farming lands in almost any quantity could bo
obtained at reasonable rates. We hope they may
find that the truth has been told them iu every
respect, and that they may purchase and become
citizens of the best county iu Oregon.
Skverb AcemENT. Mrs. Duniway, wbo came
up on the last ocean steamer from Sau Francisco,
where she has been to lay in her usual stuck i f
millinery for the spring and summer trade, whil--in
that city met with au accident which came near
proving fatal. Herself and another lady ocnjue I
tho back scat in one of these new style thorough
brace backs, tho seats not bei-ig fastened to the
body. The team started suddenly and unexp et
edly, precipitating the ladies, seat and ail. back
wards to the ground.. Mrs. I. was pieke 1 up.
somewhat bruised and insensible, but soon recov
ered, aud probably sustained no serious injury
from the fail.
Delegates. The P. T. Co.'s boat, lirtioarr, '
came down from Corvaliis on Tuesday, loaded :
with delegates to the Republican State Conven- j
tion, that met iu Portland on Thursday. A bra?
band on board enlivened and added interest to j
the occasion. The boat left Albany shortly after j
noon, with a largely increased number of dele- !
gates, and others who go merely as lookers on. :
We saw many old friends and acquaintances Irom :
southern portions of the State, and would glally ,
hare availed ourself of the cordial invitation to
accompany the m Try crowd, had not other and
important duties detained ns here.
The Bedrock Democrat. Wo have received
the prospectus of the BcdrotJc Vemocr-it, a weekly ;
journal which is f be published about the 2t!th !
inst, at Baker City, Baker county, T)reg-n, by '
Messrs. M. II . Abbott and L. L. MeArthur. As
the prospectus has it, '"it is needless to say that .
itwill be thoroughly and uncompromisingly Iem- !
ocratic." It is n it expected that thesj gentle- i
men will set the world on Cre, but we havu't the ;
least doubt, from oar knowledge of the gen tie- ;
tnen, that they will go as low down for bed- :
rock as any other journalists of the Democratic :
faith iu Oregon. Terms -1 per annum, in ad- j
Local trade is quiet, iu nil circles.
The steamship Mutton'', which arrived at Port
laud from San Francisco on M"uday bet, brought j
among her p.issenjt rs one of I'nele Sam's treas- )
ury agents, who bring $2,J00,00fl for use on the
Paeitie coast -a large portion of which will be
"planted" in Oregon. '
Superiut'-n lent Meachairi adveriiscs for large
supplies fr the Indian service. Also, Gen. Sax
ton. Chief .a.irteriua-;ter of the Department of tho
Columbia, advertises to receive proposals at Pert- f
land, until th: loth of May, for delivery, at Port- ;
land or Dalles, of two hundred and fify cavalry
horses, the delivery of sai 1 heroes to commence
on the 22d of Juno, and to be completed on the :
1st of July. lrko jkt head to be staled in coin ;
for tho whole lot, or for ban Is of not . less than j
fii'iy. " I
Xo change from previ u notations in Portland :
grain market, wheat remaining at C.e for red, and
72ift 7ic for white ; Oars at 4le. Eggs quoted ;
at IS.; : butter. Ii(W. I Sc.; lard, 12G l.'.c potatoes, ;
37iQ l'e. j
Uu-d-u-ss general; y ii this city has been very ;
quiet during the week. There biis been no large :
receipts in tho produce line, and prices arc firm at
old quotations;- with no iinmet iate prospect of
higher rates. The continued fall of rain, having ;
deterred many of our farmers from getting their
ground ready for planting, has had rather a dis
piriting effect upon them, which is fett to agreaier
or les.ser extent by our tradesmen. A few days of ;
pleasant weather without rain would clear up
cloudy face-," and help bitsine.s matters amaz
Perilous Voy.u.e of the Ajax. j
It will be reaieiubered that quite a num
ber of prominent citizens of this city ;
were passengers by tho ster.mer Aja.c to ;
San Francisco ou the 10th ol last month.
From the accounts that have reached us, ;
the steamer had a louh passage down,
aud came within au ace of guing to the
bottom. The folios'. ing -particulars are
EAGLE WOOLEN MILLS-
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 tho
goods kept, has on hand a largely increased
s-toek, which he intends to sell at the same reason
able rates as heret ltre.
Our friends in that vicinity will do well to make
a note of this. - 26
Office, Xo. ! Kroiit Street,
Adjoining tho Telegraph Office, Portland, Oregon.
Special Collector of Claims,
Accounts, Notes, Bonds. Drafrs, and Mercan
tile Claims of every description throughout Ore-
iron and the Territori s. WILT, 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.
A. COWiJ. A. W. SUXABD.
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 URY GOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash ox X'l-oclnce I
In addition to a very largo stock, covering
everything in the line of Cottons, wo "
have a complete assortment of
FAftCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys' and Men's
CLOTHIN aM FURNIHIN 00D
HATS, CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, &c.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper &
Elinds, &.C., &c.
Especial attention is directed to our stock of
IKON AND STEEL
Which is the largest and most complete this side
You are invited to call and examine our goods
Heal Estate Sealer.
New iso Intkrestinc. Books. Our Home
I'hy ivian A new and popular guide to the art of
preserving health and treating disease : with
plain advice for all the medical and surgical
emergencies of the family. Yy Geo. M. Heard,
A. M-, M. D. F.vcry family should have a copy.
-Also, Prtett und Xnn the convent system ex
posed : a most thrilling aud exciting narration of
facts. Both works published by subscription
only. Mr. 11. Brown is the Agent for Linn
county, and will be happy to furnish either or
both books. n20-lw
lias. Diwiway has just received a number of
Ilarlrain Far. ton Sewing Machines, direct
from New York. It i claimed for these machiues
that they are simple in construction, easily under
stood, make an elastic stitch, fasten their own
ends, adjust t:eir own needles, are easily moved
about on castors, (a convenience nu other ma
chine possesses), have cxira attachments for all
1-i-ols "f fancy work, and are always in running
order. They w ill s .'am. hem, fell, quilt, cord,
raffle, embroider, 1 rail, tuck or gather; run
vvi:?iout md-e, will not soil the operator's clothes,
and ar? sold at b.wer prices than any other table
machine in use. Price of machine, with black wal-
The highest market price in cash paid for
AYool, fSacosi and Lnrd !
Oct. 2f, 1S09-S
A. COWAN fc CO.
A Stitch in Time Saves - Nino!"
Fire ani Marine Insnraiice Coijaiiy!
Xos. 410 and 11S, California street,
San Francisco, ... California.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Casli Capital, in Cold Coin, 8T5q,0O0.
Deposit in Oregon, $50,000.
Ijosks Promptly and EipiitiiU Adjusted
And li id in Gold L'oin.
FTUIS COMPANY having complied with the
; Jl laws of Oregon, by making a ileposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
; ance against Loss or Damage bv Fire, and also
j against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
RVSTAVE TOUCIIARD, Pres.
CIIAS. D. HAVEN, See'y.
furnished tho S. F. Did!-tin, by police
officer Junes o( tlltlt City, wlto Was a pas- nut table and drawer, -oiled and waxed, fifty-
seuger: fir0 J"llu
The Ajax sailed from Poriltitnl at 5:15 !
I'. 31. SsatunJay, 31arcli 19th, reached ;
j. c. r.iErJDsrtfiiAi.L,
Ag-ent for Albany.
Albany, January S, 1S70-13
CiTr Ntw Dkpot. Mr. B'ui. Drigs has
opened the City News Depot, in the fire-proof
brick with Messrs. Hill A Son, on First street,
where our citizens can be accommodated with
the latest periodicals, magazines, nwpapers, ! Astoria On the liUth at i A. !., and lu i all the fixtures necessary thereto. This enables j GOLD
books, stationery, photographic aibums, etc. aoout a u.m uu in.'ui m.uiuu acnu-s me those who i.-li to purchase any ot the lirst-class
The stock is ail new, selected with great care, and i bar at tllC month Ot the C ul UIU bia. hl!e ; machines to get what they cr ier at the lowest
Sewing Machixkr. Messrs. Plain A Young
are averts for the sale of Sewing Machines, and
is offered on the most reasonable terms. AU the j on the bar her rudder post was started, j cash price, and if anything should be lacking, or
late and most popular magazines aud weeklies and she put back to Astoria for repairs. should gi t out of repair, these gentlemen will
are kept on sale, and our people now have no ex
cuse for borrowing literature, when by a small
ouvlay each may obtain a copy of his or her
favorite journal or magazine. Call and sea Mr.
Driggs and lay in a supply of reading matter or
whatever else may suit your fancy.
A portion Ot her cariro was removed and take p.casarc in furnishing the missing article, or
the rudder adjusted, it was supposed ; put the machine in running order, without extra
properly, but when the engines were cost q
Started, it Was found that the propeller j chased machines at a distance, have learned by
caught Oil the .shoe or some other part of j sad experience. No household is complete with
tlie rudder iind COtlSd not be revolved. ! mt one of these labor-savers, and if you want to
i . .f thrt ,,...3 ,-.-1,!, : be sore of cottin what vou order, at tho lowest
lUnvnoAt, T.ES D.-By an a. vcrtise- j propeller to the surface, when i 1- e, and have it delivered to you in complete
T ,Q t0Tdry,' PnP; rB8eT , ht th3 tipl of its fans were cut off, SO they ! .r,,..g ord.r, call at Blain and Young's and
Oregon and California Eailroad Co. w:U contract j , , ,r . ' . J ,.,,1 -v.,r j
for 100,000 ties, to be delivered along the line of ! uld dear the (tkfrucl.OU. 'I his Le.DS j f.j,.
the road between this city and Parrot's Creek i accomplished, the portion of the Cargo , tbct
between the first day of Mav and the first day of which had been removed was replaced, NEW TO-DAY.
September. 1S70. Proposals for hown timber are and the steamer resumed her voyage n
also invited. Persons who wish to contract j l"u c,t",nSl" -'1" -
should read the advertisement, and for further j A. M. of the next day she was struck by
particnlnra apply at the office of the company, or ' heavy trale, and at G A. M. Iter rudder
ly letter, to Ben. Uolladay, President of the ; anu ruuuer post, wt-ru can icu away.
A JURY RUDDER. .
This Jeft the steamer almost wholly at
the mercy of the wind and waves. She
fell into the trough of the pea and rolled
terribly, so that it was difficult for the
crew or the passengers to keep their feet.
Uut Capt. Holies aud his officers and men !
sas GOOD A3 GOLD. Sso
BUY THE ONLY C-ENCINE IMPROVED
MANUFACTURED E V
THE OHO IDE WATCH CO.
They are all the best make, Iluuting cases:
finely chased ; tool: aitl treat' like titir fj'tttr and
are e.tiai in appearance to the best gold watches
usuallv costing $150. Full Jr.ircled Z,eeer, Gent's
ito nn advantage, as those who have pur- and Ladies' sizes, at SIS each.
Uir Uouoic Ztra ttennca eonu uronie
Gold Hunting Cases, Full Jeweled Levers, ore
ciniit to $2U0 G.ibi Wuti hes ; Regulated and
(itmrttnlrf d to 7.-eyi correct tiMe. ttnd irear and nut
ttrtih. J'jrtra Fitte Cit. at !?20 each.
No money is repaired in atfvance. AVe
send by Express anywhere within the Fnited
S ates, payable to a:rcnt on delivery, with the
privilege to open and examine before paid for.
and if not satisfactory returned, by paying the
Exjress charges. Good trill be ea? hy moil as
jirrptud, by semtmg casn
Warw Spbings. A letter from Warm Springs
Indian Reservation, dated March 29th, pays a
high eomplincnt to our worthy' Supciintcndcntof
Indian Affairs, 3Ir. Meacham, who was at that
time holding a council with and looking after the
general welfare of the Indians. Our correspond
ent says : "Superintendent Meacham is a man ' were equal to the emergency. A spar
who makes no promises that he does not calculate was taken down and the Upper deck aft
cut away to some extent. 1 he spar was
then ringed as a jury rudder, and the
Ajax was got cat of the trough of the
sea and headct off shore.
ELIIIJMS & SOW,
EXKtNS &. SON,
Ei.KII'iS & SON,
NEW GOODS SMALL PKOFITS,
QUICK SALES PROMPT PAY. .
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE
to fulfill doing everything that is possible for
him to do for their benefit, and of course is ac
complishing a vast amount of good, and gaining
laurels as a most efficient officer in the Indian
Department. I would be glad to hear that old
Linn had sent just such active, efficient men to
represent her interests and the welfare of the peo
ple of the State, to the next Slate Legislature.
I think Wasco county stiro for the Re
publican ticket." We hope to hear from ''Tecope
The Latst Stvles. Mrs. Duniway received
by Monday's ocean steamer the very latest styles
of millinery, etc., selected especially to meet the
wants and necessities of her lady friends and cus
tomers hereabouts, the desire to see and purchase
which will doubtless cause a rush to her estab
lishment as soon as the fact is generally known.
First come, first served, you know.
Safe at Home. J. W. Bell, Esq., arrived in
this city on Tuesday night's boat, after an absence
of several months duration in the Eastern State;.
The winter was very severe on him, and: he ad
vises persons from this coast who return to the
East, to go and return duiing the warm months,
lie is perfectly satisfied with Oregon.
Swelled. It is currently reported of a cer
tain Democratic candidate, that be came down
into the city the next morning after bis nomina
tion, wearing nothing in the shape of apparel but
bis umbrella, he being utterly unable to get into
ny of the balance of bis toggery.
Hops. Messrs. Wm. Well's Co., of Buena
Vista, some ten or twelve miles below this city,
aro engaged in tha cultivation of hops, which
they are putting up especially for family nse.
The bops are prepared and pat op in quarter, half
and one pound papers. Messrs. Hiltabidel & Co.
ro agents for the "risin,' stuff " in this city.
Notice. A card in this issue warns all persons
not to trust Chas. V. L. and Wm, F. Simpson,
sons of 8. Simpson, of Brownsville, on the fath
er's account, a. he will not pay any debt, con
tracted by them. ,
The gale continued with unabated
violence, and s ou the spar was broken
and carried fro n its fastenings, leaving
the Ajax again t Iniost helpless. Passen
gers and crew wtnt to work shifting the
cargo forward, to bring the stern as far
out of water as possible and give an op"
portunity to work. Another spar was
taken down and rigged, but the propeller
was entangled by eome of the lines, and
before it could be worked it was neces
sary to disengage it. The second officer
volunteered to perform this perilous duty.
A line was fastened around his body aud
he dived several times, and finally suc
ceeded in clearing the machinery. With
this heavy spar the course of the steamer
could be controlled, and the entered the
home port in safety.
A card of thanks to Capt. liolles, and
his officers and crew is published in the
same paper, from which we clip the fol
Resolved, That it is with feelings of
great gratitude that the undersigned, pas
sengers by the steamer Ajax, recognise
the obligations we are under to the officers
of the ship, who have so safely brought
us to our desired port.
That to their untiring exertions and
sleepless energy, we feel we owe our lives,
so greatly imperiled.
That we consider, for courtesy, bravery,
and thorough seamanship under tbe'most
trying circumstances. Capt. F. liolles
stands at the head of his profession.
That alike to all the officers we return
oar hearty thanks for their perseverance,
skill and kindness, and congratulate them
on the successful issue of the voyage.
Wholesale and Retail.
niGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
EGGS, BUTTER, ETC., ETC.
SF3IKG AMD SUMMER GOODS,
Imported dirett - from New York via the
Paciho Itailroad, and can, for Cash or Produce,
give customers bargains equal to any firm in Al
bany. All of our stock is bought at tho
i O IU E S T C A S Jl PR I C E.
3E3Us.33.s c&? Son,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES,
ElaiMlivarc, Iron and Steel,
JC. B. All persons owing ns will at once come
forward and pay . up, so as to beirin new accounts.
L. ELKINS A SON.
Lebanon, April I, 70.-Cin.1U
T XX XI
O O Ii O JEt, 5
That Photograph IScst,
. A It E
CLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, &10H00PJ, Jeep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple, Blue, Crimson, Pink, &c,
Sept. 18, 'C9-2 J. A. WINTER.
An A'ent eiidinr for ix tctttche flef an Extra
WA T(Hl FKEE. ' makiuf . $15 Wotiheafar
$90. or ' $o0 HV,.J,.; ,r$120.
Also, Elegant Oroide Gold Chains, of
latest and most costly styles, for Ladies and
tientlemcn, from 10 to 40 inches lonr, at $2, $t,
Sfi, and $S each, sent with watches at lowest
wholesale prices. State kind and siie of watch
required, and to avoid bojnis concerns, order only
from OROIDG WATCH CO.,
13to 14S, Fulton street, New Yorfc.
DIRECT IMPORTATION !
BLANK Deeds, Mortgages, etc., on hand
latest styles, and for sale low, at this office.
.11 A 31 31 T EI STOCK
TOTS, FANCY GOODS.
GIFTS, PRESENTS, BOOKS, &C.,&C.
For the Holidays of lS09-70,has arrived,
Direct from TVew York,
And is now on Ehibition at
SAHTA CL4US' HEADQUARTERS,
lOS FKONT STKEET, PORTLAND,
Where every purchaser will find
Hie Largest Stock ! -
The Greatest Variety 11
The Cheapest Prices.!!
8- This immense stock having been pur
chased for currency in New York, will be seld to
dealers and others in coin, at
X.csa Prices Than Ever Before !
Strangers and citizens will find SANTA
CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS a most interesting
place to visit, as the gorgeous array of new nov
elties, and thethousandeoiniettl toys therein, give
the store the appearance of an Eastern
MUSEUM OF CURIOSITIES!
Some 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 fifly-fice
varieties I Making that Department a perfect
BAZZAR OF BEAUTY V
Fnll Descriptive Catalogues now ready.
"53j Call early to secure choice gifts.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
8m(S Agent for Santa Claiis.
To Whom it May Concern i
G H. BASER is ray Legal Agent during
a mv absence. .
Albany, March 15. 1870.-28-3W.
JiSr If you want the very best Cabinet Pho
tographs, yon must call on BRADLEY A
RULOFSON, 429 Montgomery street, Ban Fran
cisco. -28 6m
O. F. TOJIPKIUS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS VX
TIX PLATE, SHEET IR0X,
Copper, Brass, Zinc, Wire, Block Tin,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS !
Hose, Iron and Lead Pipe !
CAST, TIN AND ENAMELED HOLLOW
IIousc-Furiiisliing Hardware !
Xsxx'xriei-s' Boilers I
All sizes a fine thing.
Solo agents for the Finest Stove out the
"BAltSTOW COOK I"
t,. CnKADLE, . CBBADI.B,
Front-st., Albany, Ogn. 1010 Market Eddy stV
p. Fifth, San Francis oo,
R. Cheadle & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers to .
Groceries and eneral MerctaniSB !
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
MARK GOODS i
la. Cm9 Albany, Oregon ; or,
li. 09 San Francisco, Cal
RICHMOND'S PORTABLE RANGE.
This store is particularly adapted to the wants
of this coast. 1 ,000 of them lira now in use in
San Francisco, and they give univeraLsatisfaction
Great variety of "GEIYI PANS."
fig?" All goods warranted First Clas3.-j3a
In all its branches.
LIFE IrwS'JUAEMCE CO.,
OF SEW YORK.
A Liberal IMsconnt Made to Country
j3- Call and see us heforo purchasing .E"
S.. elsewhere. "tS3J
S25 69-3 O. P. TOMPKINS A CO.
CEO. F. SETTLERfllER,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrlsh's New Uuilding-, First Street,
Liberal advances made on consignment'
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I INTEND DOING A
General Commission Business
for the purpose of Belling
All Kinds of Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell.
Will receive and attend to all order on Be to b
filled in San Francisco.
octS-dtf R. CI1EADLE,
: -f j-
BUILDERS, ATTENTION I
SASH, IiLIM) AND BOOB
F A C T O RT I
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
S. H. ALTHOUSE. H. WRIGHT. J. T. IIHIIITK
ALTUOlSi: Ac CO.,
L1UH D rilECl; U2t a xva e. n. anaf
ALBANY', ! f t OREGOW,
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to ,
Furnish to Order,
All articles warranted pure and of the best
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany, Oct. 17, ISfiS-Ctf
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain YVagcn lioad.
' Policies Exempt from . Execution.
Cash Assets, - - - $3,000,000,
OVER 21,000 OTERIBERS.
Dividends paid one year from date of
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfeit-able.
Over 8,000 Policies issued
rnillS COMPANY POSSESSES A COMBI-
JL nation of desirable features which no other
organization can claim. Its growth has been
steady, its success marked. Its system of busi
ness is pre-eminently adapted to benefit the hold
ers of its Policies.
M'KENNEY &, LINDERMAN,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, directly opposite Occidental Hotel.
To riescltuttes Ulver
Four Horse or Mute team
Two " " '
One " " "
Ox teams, three yoke
For erery additional yoko
Looe horses, per head
" cattle, per head
" sheep or hogs
Teams returning empty, half price,
Pack animals, loaded.-
" " unloaded
Horse and rider-
To Fish Lake :
Four horce or mule team, each way 2
Two " " " " 1
One " " " " 1
1'aek animals, loaded...
" . unloaded.... -
Horse and rider..
Ox team, three yoke. 2
To Upper Soda Spring s
Four horso or mule team, out and back , 2 50
Two " ' " " 2 00
One " ' . i 00
Horse and rider, " 50
Loose animals, " .. 25
Ox teams tho same as horse teams.
W. W. PABRisn, Pres.
March 20, 1S09-23
... 3 00
... 2 00
... 4 50
... 1 00
SA1 FRANCISCO STORE!
CORNER FIRST AND FERRT STREETS,
ALBANY .... ...OREGON.
General Agent for Oregon and Territories,
PORTLAND, OKEGOX. -Kor.
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
Hoots, Shoes, Hardware & Crockery,
and a full supply of Ladies' ' 1
FuraisMni EiMery, Fancy Goods, U,
also, a stock of
THB BE T IIQUOR!
for Medicinal purposes only.
Always on hand a large stock of
Box, Cooking and Parlor Stores !
and manufactures all kinds of
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware,
all of which ere ofR-red at the lowest rates for
CASH OU COUNTRY PRODUCE I
sa All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire satisfaction warranted, at my
Stove and Tin Store.
Nov. 20-il : - ' ; , .. ' . ' . . , '
The Best Goods at tho Lowest Prices.
JOHN G. HODGE A CO., 827, 329 and 331,
Sansome street, aa Francisco, California,
keeps the largest stock of Stationery, Blank
Jiooit, Srhool Hooka, wrapping paper, playing
cards, pocket cutlery, razors, scissors, notions,
Ac, to be found on the Paeifio coast. Prompt
attention given to supply tho trade, and satisfac
n24-lm JOHN G. HODGE A CO.
Crown, Panel, Band, and Section Mold
of all tizes. ,
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES f
and all other kinds of
Uuiltliii? material !
Are prepared to do MILL WORK : furnish Sha
ker Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, of any kind, at our Factory on Lyon
street, (on the river bank), neat below Markham's
ALTHOUSE it CO..
Albany, February 20, lg69-24
Walk in! Walk in!
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 1
It. RItEWERS STOItE,
and see the goods which he la receiving direct
which he is going to sell very low for
Cash or Produce!
Call and examine my Goods before yon pur
chase elsewhere, as I am always willing to show
my goods. '
N. B. I will pay from date for thirty days to
come, 30 cents per dozen for Eggs. -
Sep. 25, '69-3y B. BRENNER.
GOODS RECEIVED BST
which will be sold for
CASH or TRADE t
WHEAT WANTED !
Sixty Ceuts per Bushel t
in trade, or on Book account,
For all that may be oflered
octS-5 R. CHEADLE.
THE EYES !
THE EARS I
Dr. T. Xi OIiIEIl',
ocvust And Atrai t,
ALBANY, s ;i ' . it
r nnT.tiEV TS A SON OF THR
noted old Opthalmie Doctor, S. C.
Dr. GOLDEN has had experiencS In treating
the various diseases to wtiicn ne eye u w an
subject, and feels confident of giving entile satta
faction to those who may place thesoMlVM andor
his care. .
Albany, AprU 10, 1 $99-31 7