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SATURDAY, Al'lllL 30, 1870.
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 $3 per annum, in advanee;
six months, $2 ; thrco months, $1.
Exemstox.-Albany Fire Company proposes to
give its annual May-dy excursion sometime dur
ing the coming week probably on Tuesday, if
the weather proves favorable to Corvallia. The
steamer will leave Messrs. Beach Mnnteith.
wharf about 7 o'clocfe-A. M.. go toCorrallis, and
return in the afternoon. The day, hour for start
ing, and prica of tickets, will be duly annonuced
' P. S. Since putting the above in type, we are
informed that the excursion will transpire on Sat
urdav, May 70.. Tickets will be SI each for gen
tlemen ; ladies and children free. Seven o'clock
A. M. U the time for starting.
Letter or IsQtrinT. We have received a let
ter from Mr. L. Bentlcy, of ML Pleasant, Michi
gan, making certain inquiries as to the price of ' Pkksonai.. We got a glimpse of friend Upton
laud, etc., in Linn county. Mr. B. states that i on our streets Wednesday.
himsslf and others moke those inquiries from the j A. F. Wheeler (tius.) camo up from Portland
fact that they proposo to remove to Oregon some- I tt,e first of the week, en route for his homo in
timo during the coming summer, and they wish to : Brownsville. Reports business dull in Portland,
strike the most eligible point. We shall answer 1 j. n. Sprcngor, proprietor of the "Cosmopoli
his inquiries in detail, from the best information tau " of Portland, called on us last week. Jako
at our command, in the next issue of the Register,
merely promising now that ru cuuuty in the State
prcsouts as great inducements to all classes of in
dustry as does our county of Liun.
looks handsomer than ever, and is contented aud
happy. Vndcr his admirable supervision the Cos
mopolitan is daily gaiuiug friends and filling the
Lecture. We are informed that Hon. 'Lish V. were pleased to meet our out ownsman,
Applogate,-the most popular and enteriuining lec
turer on the Pacific coast, will dcliTcr his colcbra
tad lecture on "Mahomet and the Koran,"' iu this
city, shortly, probably wci-k after next, for the
benefit of Albany College. Wherever Mr. Apple
gat o has delivered this lecture ho hns been
greeted with crowded houses, and his audicn
vos have greeted : his quaint, mirth-provoking
and entirely original ideas with rapturous ap
plause. We know that our citizens will hail the
news of Mr Applegatc's 'engagement" with
pleasure, and will turn out cn masso to hear him.
Duo notice will be given of the time and place of
His Record. A. C. Jones, City Recorder and
candidate tor County Clerk, comes-before the
Democracy of Lina county with a very good rec
ord as a bolter and disorganiicr of tho party iu
former years. As long ago as IS39, Mr. Jones
voted against the regular nomiimcc of tho Demo
cratic party for Congress, Mr. Stout, and in a
lengthy communication to the Salem Statesman
gives his reasons therefor. According to tho Port
land Commercial this communication of Mr. Joucs
appeared in tho Salem Statenmnn of Jujy 12th,
1S59, immodiately following tho June election.
The following is tho concluding paragraph of the
communication in question:
It was considered best to stand aloof from cverv
part of the arrangement the election of Stout,
and thereby cast a lasting rebuke upin all such
prurecuiugB, "i lurimj snow to nil would-be
poli ical leaders that if they would have tho sup
port of the Democracy they must stand Torth on a
true basis they must hold forth and sustain prin
ciples of Democracy.
Now, prominent Democrats all over the coun
ty chargo that Jones secured his nomination by
treachery and fraud ; that he was not tho choice of
the Democracy of Linn for tho oflieo of County
Clerk. Those Democrats who refuse to counten
ance Jones in his nefarious schemes fir office, are
merely following tho example set by him in ISoO,
and in voting for an honest and capable man for
tho office, Mr. J. U. Monteith, ' thereby cast a
lasting rebuke upon all such proceedings." Can
Democrats tru.-t a man, whose record proves him
to have becu a bolter ia the past, and recently so
treacherous and unreliable ? Can the party lash
be so applied as to drive honest and independent
voters into supporting with their votes aud inllu
enco a man whom they despise and abhor for his
political trickcrv, and in whom they. have not a
j particle of confidence? Xo, wo thirk nut. Tbo
! party lash will be applied in vain, and tho "meck
; mannered mau " will bo '"washed out" iu Juno.
A. COWAN. A." W. 8TASABD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealors in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET .....ALBANY.
They offer a large and well selected stock of
HTAPLE I)KY GOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Ctiwli or Xi-otlnee I
F-kf.M Wouk. The fine weather of the past
woo': has. seat our farmers to work diligently to
make up f"r lost time. Farmers informs us, hiw-
found thoroughly posted in the science of mcdi-
evcr, that the long continued rains have injured , eiue an d-surgery, and will doubtless give entire
the growing wheat to a great extent, aud iu some
sections the next harvest will show a deficiency
or falling off of nearly one-third from the amount
realized last season from tho same land. Wc hope
however, that this may prove a mistake, aud tho
continuance of bright sunshino and healthful
brecics may reassure their drooping hopes, as well
as iusure all bountiful and paying crops.
Retvknep. Father Frcclaml, who has been ou
a visjt to California fjr several months past, re
turned la-t week, with health but little if any im
proved, lie don't like California, and thinks the
ccucral health of Oregon
1 Sir. eor-o Bartzgcs, who lias ooen aosent on a
! visit to his old Eastern home, having been abseut
I five or six mouths. tJeorgo looks in fino condi
! tion, aud comes back all the moro satisfied with
; his home in Oregon.
Dr. Hill, who wc mentioned last week as being
' confine .1 to his room with erysipelas, is still very
'low. At present be i) almost totally blind; it is
: also feared that he will lose the entire use of his
! hands, even if be should recover his health.
Mi:ntCAi Wc present this morning tho card
j ot Dr. G. W. Biggcrs, physician nnd surgeon, a
I graduate of the Physio Medical Institute, of Cin-
I cinnati, Ohio. Mr. B. is a young man, with un-
! doubted talents, and besides his diploma, has rc- i Aboct Town. Speaking of improvements, wo
commendations of the highest order. He will be ! must aot to mention our friend Frank Red-
field, who is improving and beautifying his prop
erty on Calipooia street.
Mr. Geo. F. Settleinier is also engaged in ad.
ding to and making more convenient his neat res
idence on Second street.
Our worthy Mayor, a. W. Stanard, is adding
another story to his neat residence on Broadalbin
Judge Babcr has adilod materially to the value
and looks of his new purchase n Broadalbin
street, in the way of a splendid new barn aud oth
Milt. Beach having purchased tho handsome
property on tho cornerof Third and Caliporia. has
been busy for some weeks in "sprucing" it up,
and adding to its general conveui uce aud attract
iveness. Tho fact is, the spirit of improvement rccms to
haTO taken hold of our people generally, and those
who are not actually engaged in remodeling and
fitting up, will do so as soou as tho materials and
mechanics can be obtained. No wonder our city
has so good a name abroad.
Iu addition to a very large stock, covering
everything in tho .lino ot Cottons, wo
have a completo ussortinout of
FANCY DRESS COODS!
-Latest styles of Boys and Men's
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS !
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper
Elinds, &c, &c.
satisfaction to all who may need his services. His
office is in the Parrish brick, up stairs.
Pleasant Weather. The weather has been
delightful through the week. Tho lorjg rains arc
now over, and with the return of sunshino and
balmy breezes, wo shall soon have good roa-ls.
Already some of cur fast teams have appeared on
the 'avenue." Hail beauteous Spring.
j The River Still continues in fair boating
j stage, and will likely hold so for some weeks, as
the mountains bare a larger supply of snow than
i usual this season, which the suu will melt fast
his home, equal if not 1 .nou!,h to kc,. th. river in fcoatable staro.
superior to that of California. A great objection J t Zi
to California is, they have no Sabbath there, the j ' (lose to Jacksonville Mrs. Steely and ram
late Democratic Legislature having repealed all I ily and Dr. Whitney and wife, two or three days
laws which closed grog-shops, theatres, gambling j ago, started for Jacksonville. Mrs. Steely goes
cations, etc., an I ma le of tho Sabbath a day ! to her husband, Dr. Steely, who is residing iu
ia which licentiousness and debauchery flourishes j Jacksonville. Dr. Whitney goes-East to attend
more than in all tho other six. lather Frceland j medical lectures. .
is nurc than ever satisfied with his old homo aud
Especial attcnt'un is directed to our stock of
IRON AND STEEL
V 13 .U 12 IK A II A RDWABE !
Which is tho largest aud most complete this side
Yon are invited to call aud examine our goods
The highest market prico in cash paid for
Wool, Bacon ami Xard !
Oct. 30, lf,9-8
A. COWAN Is. CO.
A Stitch in Timo Saves Nine!"
c v.. KT-. T 1
i ' K i: Y ill. come lour wwha u:;u. min. iu.
oar people. His many friends will be glad to j wa, taken SUiUIcnlv aml violently ill while
know of his safe return in fair health. oa visit at her sister's, Mrs. Blain's, so" ill in-
Improvements. Dr. ti olden, having purchased
the property on the cornerof First and Lyon
streets, has erceted a new fence, ' white-washed it,
filled up the dwelling an I its sarrouudings gener
ally, and is now engaged in painting it throughout.
This painting and reparing makes tho property
look at least fifty per cent, better and more desir
able, and shows that tho Doctor has an eye not
deed that it was not thought prudent to attempt
her removal to her own-residence, although tho
distance is trifling. She now lies at the residence
of Mrs. Blaiu, and it is thought, in a very critical
condition. Het disease is pronounced inflammation
of the bowels.
Sad Accident. We loarn that Mr3. Lisle, of
iFire ana Marine Insurance Compauy !
Xos. HO and 413, California street,
I San Francisco, - California.
only to comfort, but to ccatucss and beauty (as , , , ., . . , ,
. j to full and break two ribs on the right side, from
which she suffered excruciating pain
v JLpeabiA l tl patULLUg iUIII utusuiug U UId&C3 i
the. looks and sale of property. When the Doc
tor gets through with his flower-bedsf shrubbery,
paihiing, etc., he Will have olio af the neatest lit
tle cottage homes iu the city. - -
Sensational. It is reported that tha notori
ous outlaw, of Missouri, Sain Hildebran, for the
arrest of whom ten thousand dollars reward is of
forod, deliberately walked into a barber shop in
this city, one day last week, and.nnbuckling from
bis waist two six-shooters and a huge knife, took
his seat and called for a shave ! The ofaeers
from her physician that at present she is doing
well, and will soon be about again.
Large Sale or Real F.statk. The enterpris
ing real estate dealer, Mr. J. C. Mcndenhall, of
this city, effected tho sale, on Monday last, of the
F. P. Caveness farm, lying about eight miles fnvm
this city, consisting of llflj acres, to Mr. Harri
son Hildrcth, of Illinois, for the sum of $.!,:'IMI.
Mr. M. is the agent for several other tlesirablo
farms, in this and adjoining eoui:tics, as well as
valuable city property. We can recommend him
to purchasers and tboso having property f..r sale,
as a perfectly reliable, honest auJ straightforward
j Fine Wouk. People who want tirst-class car
: pentering douc, go to the manufactory of Messrs.
1 Althouse & Co., at the foot of Lyon street. Ilav
j ing all the latest machinery, and tho gentlemen
i composing the firm all being first-class mechanics,
insures good work at tho lowest rates.
Dress Ooods. The ladies will find at Messrs.
Harper & Cu's. something new nnd rich in the
lino of dross goods, etc. They have a much lar-
the law havo been on his track for months, and J ger better stock then ever beforo, and are sel-
Ixsaxh. John Davis was adjudged insane by
the Couuty Judge, onTlnsrs lay, and was taken to
Portland by tho Sheriff on Fri-lny. Davis was a
m.iSon by trade, buthud been ciiasc! in birunog
near this city lately.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, In Gold Coin, (ISO.OOO.
Icposlt lu Oregon, $50,000.
Losses I'roinpth anil Kqiiitiihh) Aifjuslcil
And J'aid in O'vJ font.
TBniS COMPANY having complied with the
I J laws of Oregou, by making a deposit or filty
j thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect iusur
i ani-e against Loss or Damage bv Fire, and also
j against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
j liberal terms.
(1 VSTAVK TOUCHARD, Trcs.
CIIA3. D. HAVEN, Sec'y.
have succeeded iu capturing two of his confeder
ates who were subsequently hung and, killing
the other, leaving Sam to "go it alone." They
nre still on his Ifack. i
Laxds Located. Mr. Doufbttt informs ns that
nil tho lands for the State Agricultural College
Lave been located, and tho list forwarded to Wash
ington. The next Legislature will doubtless fix
the point at which tht College buildings shall be
erected, and we submit that Linn county, being
the largest and most important agricultural dis
trict in the State, is by right of its central position
and its many advautages, CDtitld to the location
f the institution in her borders.
ling at prices to suit the stringency of tho times.
Fixe Dwellisg. Mr. John Barrows Is making
additions and improvements to his dwelling on
Fourth street which, when finished, will make it
one of the finest looking and most convenient
dwellings in the city.
Stvle. Nobody likes to be out of fashion in
wearing apparel or anything else. To tho gentle
men Messrs. A. Cowan & Co. offer tho latest stylo
of spring and summer suits, neck-ties, etc., with
ilie newest thing in hats, the "Jin Fisk," which
is undoubtedly the "nobbiest " head-cover in the
market, being all the rage in San Francisco.
Call and examine the "Jim Fisk " and those neat
green suits. They are be had very low.
May Dr. To-thorrow is the first day of May.,
Aj9 out young folks making any arrangements to
hold a May-day festival during the coming week,
or has all life and love of fun gone out of them?
Hurrah for the springing grass and ths wild flow
ers of spring. Let us have an old-fashioned May
party. Who's iu?
Thasks. We are under obligations to Senator
, William for speeches and other public documents
of importance, and to Senator Corbctt for the
Corfreiotiul Glubc a&d other favors. ' Two more
efficient, able aud hard-working servants the peo
ple of Oregon never possessed. They havo " ac
complished much for our State in the past, and are
laboring for her future welfare and prosperity.
"Mark Twaijt." You want it, everybody
wants it. ; It is the richest book that has appeared
in print for a loug time. It is full of information,
incident, novelty; it is interesting and entertain
ing from the first page to the last. The two hun
dred odd illustrations are worth more than the
cost of -the book. Bar Mark Twain's new book.
the "Sew-Pilgrim' Progress." i
Larou Stock. hlr. Samuel Youog, of the firm
of BLaih & Young, returned from San Francisco
ohm days since, where he employed his time,
with his usual good taste, in purchasing an extra
heavy stock of general merchandise for this mar
ket. An examination of the new purchases will
satisfy all as to Sam's good judgment and taste
in his selections to meet the wants of his custo
,mors. . . -
Shot G itks. Beside all kinds and style of la
dies dress goods, clothing, bouts and shoes, etc.,
Harper A Co. have somenplendid double-barreled
twist shot guns, which "are just the thing for
grouse, quad, ducks, etc. As tho supply is limit
ed, early application should be made by persons
wishing to buy. ; . .-.-'... ..
Xew Coxbksi. Several families from the East
bare arrived here during the week, all lookin"' for
homes in Linn county. AH ucU are more than
wcleonie, and we hope out citizens will extend to
them cordial greeting, and make them foci that
they are among friends.
' " i
Mat-dat Partt- It is rumored that the Sun
Jay Schools of the city; will unite, and give tho
children a pic-nic, on noxt Saturday.
Lingering. Miss Annie, daughter of Mr. S.
M. Pennington, living some miles iu the country,
is still very ill, with little hope of an early recov
ery. Hor disease", we believe, is a spinal affection.
Sweetness. Messrs. Blain & Young have re
ceived a heavy stock of syrups, and can furnish
customers with from one to a dozen kegs of sweet
ness at a whiz.
Black smith in;. Frank Wood is square on it
when it comes to good work at fuir rates. No
wonder his shop is always full of or l-rs, aud he
always busy. Frank will bo out iu a new ad.
Ag-cnt for Albany.
Albany, January 'S, IS70-13
Rbetmatism. John C. Mcndenhall, Esq.,
has been laid up for several days with inflamma
tory rheumatism. He is at present, unable to get
about tho house without help.
Scalded. Capt. Archie Monteith had the mis
fortune to upset a "spider" of hot grease ovef his
right foot, several days ago, which confined him
to the house for about a week.
State Goverxmext. The election on the 6th
day of June in Washington Territory is not only
to elect Territorial officers, but the voters are to
decide on the question of a Constitutional Conven
tion for the purpose of framing a constitution and
apply for a State government.
Complimentary. We return our thanks to the
ladies getting tip the Congregational Festival, for
a couple of complimentary tickets. ' .
Comxo. -Th ocean steaxner expected to reach
Portland to-day, brings two hundred and eighty
one passengers a total of 1,007 for the month.'
Deleoateship. J. D. Mix, of Walla Walla
county, has received the nomination at the hands
of the Democracy of Washington Territory, for
the Delegatcship. Poor Mix. .
Risisg.. The Willamette rose four inches Tues
day night, increased in volume to one foot up to
Thursday, and was still on it yesterday.
financial and Commercial.
Gold in New York 113.
Portland legal tenders 8Sc. 1: . '. .,
Xo special improvements noted in the San Fran-
Wheat at Liverpool 9s 2d.
Business during the week generally dull. Our
farmer are improving the present fair weather in
seeding all the ground possible ere it becomes too
dry.."- ' :-' ' ;- - ' --v.! "
mi.i nnnn ac onin
'-" UUUW UUS-WS "
BUY THE ONLY (IKNU1XE IMPROVED
OROIDE GOLD WATCHES,
11.11 FACTl.ItED BY
THE OllOIDi: WATCH CO.
Tht-v are &H the 1tct rn;tko. IIuiitmcnseJ:
restored. It is charged that the CVl- finely cliitftMl ; and 9rt.ttr like Jiu ytd, anil
i , i i arc O'iuh! in n!tcarruo to tho best coKl watehi
.lence w contrary and inconclusive.- j U3lliiy i,, j, .m if,elif8
" ' i and' l.aaii'S hiok, at each.
. Last week, says a correppon dent of tlie . Our Doable Extra ricfincd Solid Oroide
i., , " - , ; Gold Hunting Cases, Full Jeweled levers, art
btatesmun, as the viewers and surveyor j clla! , $2J t!lM Wutrh . Regulated and
titiar,nt-rtl to kc- ft corrctt titnf. trrrtr unit not
t'tfm'iht F-Jj-tra Fine Canen, at $12 0 each.
No mmicv is rv mi I red la aUvauce. Wo
OIIC Of tho pioneer SettkTS, holJin- a rc- i Kxprcss anywhere within tho United
1 ' n j t ate., payable tn ajrent on delivery, with the
sponsible office ill this County, tliey rc- I privilege to open anil examine beforo paid for,
.j.,,.. i i . I or"l 'f not satisfactory returned, by paying the
marked thai they were afraid of not j. Express charge. .f.W. .' . fc 7 e
gettin?: raer? enough to carry the chain ! Bc'iered Packages, pn-jvil, by sending cash
, i n ii'lvunec.
next day. Two of his daughters, who I
II A J'O Ji I HKK, wakiiKj wm $14 Wnlvkfjnr
$11(1. or rrr Witt. li,: f.,t 120.
Al&o. Elcrrant Oroido Gold Chains, of
Capt. Eyre, of the Eliglish steamer
Buinhni, that sunk the U. S. war vessel
Oneida, has asked to have his eertifieate
appointed to locate a road from Uuttc-
ville to Wacontla were at the house of!
were present, aud who had paid consid
erable attention to mathematical and
surveying studies, said they would help
them. The viewers, however, looked at
it as a mere joke ; but the next morn
ing the three young ladies appeared at
Hutte.'ille on horseback. One of tlicm
fed the horses, and occasionally read off
the course on the compass, which she
did with accuracy. Tho other two were
sworn in and carried the chain correctly
and efficiently for seven miles, on a bad
road, occupying the whole day. One of
the young ladies is the same who, two or
three years ago, climbed Mount Hood,
and we believe stood on the highest
- DIED. ."-?T.
At Wallula. ADril 20th. 1S70. Martha E., wife
of Mr. J. 15. Huberts, aged 28 yeara 4 months and
Mr. Robert, an old resident of Linn county.
took his wife and family to the vicinity of Waits
burg, W. T., last October, hoping that tho remov
al would prove beneficial to her failing health.
But tbo change proved of no avail. That fulj
disease, consumption, had obtained a firm hold
upon the beloved wife, and mother,' and claimed
her as a victim. Finding her daily growing worse.
on the 17th they started ou the return to their
borne in Lion county, and reached Wallula' on the
19th. On tho day following Mm. Roberts breath
ed her last, leaving a loving husband, three small
children, and many relations and friends to mourn
her death. .
EtrniMs & son,
ELKIKTS &. SON,
EX.KXNS Ct SON,
NEW GOODS SMALL PROFITS,
QITICK SALES PROMPT PAV.
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Imported direct from Xew York via the
Pacifie Railroad, and can, for Cali or Produce,
give customers bargains equal to any firm iu Al
bany. All of our stock is bought at the
; LO WEST CASH V H I C E.
TilKlTis c3 Son,
DRY GOODS, liOOTS Sc SHOES,
Ilai'ilK'arc, Iron and Steel,
latest and most colly ptyles, for Ladies and
Gentlemen, from 10 to 40 inches long, ot $2, $f,
$rt, and $.t crich, sent wiih watches at lowcnt
wholesale prices. State kind and size 'of watch
required,and to avoid bogus concerns, order only
from OROIDE WATCH CO.,
l-'ito I IS, Pulton Street. New York.
DIRECT - IMPORTATION !
M A MM OTII STOC K
TOVS, FANCY GOODS,
GIFTS, PRESENTS, ROOKS, &C.,&C
For the Holidays of l?C'J-70,has arrived,
Uircet from JVew.. York,
And is now .on Ehibiticn at
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
1U5 I'M O NT STItflKT, PORTLA NI,
"Where every purchaser will find
Tha Larymt SlocJc !
The Greatr.xt Variety 1 I
The. Cheapest l'rucs ! !
'4 0it3 This immense stock baviug been pur-
cliased for currency in JScw orK,wm uesciuio
dealers and others in coin, at
Less Prices Than Ever Before !
PfrangcTS and citizens 'will find SANTA
CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS a most interesting
place to visit, os tho gorgeous array of new nov
elties, and the thousand comical toys therein, give
the store the appearance of an Eastern
MUSEUM OF CURIOSITIES !
O. I. TOMPKINS & CO.,
rarOUTEKS ASD DEALERS IX t
TIX PLATE, SHEET IROX,
stoves : 5
Copper, lirass, Zinc, Wire, Block Tin,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS !
XXose, Iron and Lead Pipe I
CAST, TIN AND ENAMELED nOLLOW.
lloiisc-Fimiisliiiig Hardware !
Xannex'w' Uoilors I
All sisos a fine thing.
Solo agents for tho Finest Stove out the
" BAItSTOW COOK f
RICHMOND'S PORTABLE RANGE.
This stove is particularly adapted to the wants
of this coast. 1,11110 of them aro now in use in
San Francisco, and tluiy givo universal satisfaction
cniEArti.w. . cnaAni.,
Front-st., Albany, Ogn. 1 120 Clay-t., San Frm.
1 ciku, ivuuruiA.
R, Cttcadlc a Co..
Uhl sale and Retail Doalert in , v
Groceries aucl Meneral Hercliaiiilise t
a so -
FORWARDING & COMMISSIOS
MARK GOODS r
TL. O., Albany, Oregon ; or
It. 0. Sou Francisco, Cut.
Liberal advances made on eouilgumeniav
Great variety of "GEM PANS."
BA11 goods warranted First Cltss.tt
HEP A IKING !
In all its branches.
A Liberal Diacouut Made to Country
Call and sea as beforo purchasing 0:Sr
t-Ji.. elsewhere 'Q ,
s2a-60-S 0. P. TOMPKINS A CO.
CEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrisu's Mew Building, first Street,
ALBANY, OREO OX.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I IXTEND DOING A
General Commission Business,
for the purpose of selling
All Kind ot Produce
that may bo consigned to me to sell. i
LA9IAR CIII2AUI.E, ,
Will receive nnd attend to all ardor on me to lis
filled in Bau Francisco,
octi-5tf K. CIlliAUI-K.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION I
SASH, BLIND 'AND'; DOOR
FA C T O R Y !
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OK NEW YORK.
DEALER IX .
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure and of the best
.Physician. Prescript ions caret utiy compounucu.
Albany, Oct. 17, 1808-Otf
RATES OF TOLL
OVEtt THE . .
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain Wagon lload
Policies Exempt from Execution
Wholesale and Retail.
HIGHEST PRICK. PAID FOB
EGGS, BUTT H R, E T C, E T C-
X. B. All persons owing n; will at once come
forward and pay up, t as to begin now" accounts.
; " L. KLKIXS & H0S.
. Lebanon, Aprif J, 70.-6nuu
ESU Some idea may be arrived at as to the
extent of the 'stock when it is known that of
Dolls alone there arc one hutulrtd nmd fifty-jie
rrtru-ti'eaj Making that Department a perfect
BAZZAR OF BEAUTY I
nai Full Dcscriptire CataloRuci now ready.
, 'i.'ii. Callcariy to secure choice gifts.
S. J. M'COllMICK,
(?m(! Agent 6,r"Sant Claus.
To Whom tt May Concern:
1 11. P.AKEIt is my Legal Agent during
II my absence.
Albany, March 15. 1870.-2rf-oW.
S?S If you want tha very btgt Cabisbt Vno
Tikfiiripnit. von mist call on llltADLEY Ac.
RULOi'SOX, 42'J Montgomery street, Saa Fran
ciico. 20 Cm
Cash Assets, - -.
To nesctauttea River i
Pour Horso or Mulo team
Two -. " "
One " " " .4 t
Ox teams, three yoke..
For every additional yoke ,
Loose horses, per head ........ ......4.4.....
" cattle, per bead -
" sheep or hogs
Teams returning empty, halfprico.
Pack animals, loaded..
' " unloaded
Horse and ruler-,
To Klsb Lake :
Four horse or male team, each way...
Two " " " "
One " "
Pack animals, loaded......
unloaded. ........ -
Horse and rider.......
Ox team, three yoke
To Upper Soda Spring
Pour borse or mule team, out and back,,
Two " ' '
An. 4 - 44 tt 44 , '
53,000,000, r.o and ril, .
. 3 00
. 2 on
. 4 50
.. 1 00
Ox team, the some u horse team.
W. W. rAnm.ii, Pre.
March 20, lg69-28
8. n. At-Tnoc.E. jr. wniouT. t. r. bjicxix.to.
ALTIIOI SE A: CO.,
t,T0S (TBRET, (0 TBB RIVER BAXk),
ALI1ANY, I 1 J ORECOS.
REF.P OX HAND A FULL A6SOB.TM EXT,
anil are prepared to
liiimish to Order,
such a -
Crown, Panel, Uaotl, and Section MolJ
ef all sine..
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES I
and all other kind, of
nuililing Material I
- AI..0 .' '' ,
Are prepared to do MILL WORK I furnish 6fi
ker Fans, Zigxaff Shakers, Buction Fan., DrtvinK
Pulleys, of any kind, at onr Factory on Lyoa
strert, (on the river bank), next below Markhau'.
Ai-Tiiotrsu tSt co.
Albany, February 20, 1M00-24 - ,
Walk in! Walk in t i
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I
. uni:i:ii's stork,
and .co tba good, which be is receiving direct
J3ixx LT,r,xxojUBioc, .
which be i going to nil very low for
Cash or Produce!
Call and examine m V (luod. before veil Mr.
chase ol.etrbare, a. 1 am alway. willing to .bow
N. II. I will pay from date for thirty day. to
come, 30 cent, per doxen for V.gtjn.
OVER 21,000 nXEMBERS.
SAIV F It A CISCO STORE!
CORNER riHST AXD KKRRT .THXKTS,
ALBANY OR CCOX.
Dividends paid one' year from date of
All Policies and Dividends Noa-Forfeit
Over 8,000 Policies issued
Keep, constantly on band a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
noota, feboes. Hardware c Crockery,
and a full supply of Ladies'
Furnisliing Embroidery, Fancy Goods, &e.
also, a. tock of
TBS BB T LIQ.UOE!
for Medicinal purposes only.
Always nn hand a largo stock of .
Box, Cooking and Parlor Stores !
, and manufacture, all kinds of
Tin, Copper aud Sheet-Iron Ware,
rrilllS COMPANY POSSESSES A COMBI- a" wulco onereo at tne lowest rate for
X nation of desirable feature, which no ether CASH UK tliUnTRl PBODUCI3 t
All kind, of repairing done, on . short
notice, and entire saXUfactiun warranted, at my
organization can claim. It. growth ha. been
fituady, it. .ucces. marked. It. cyntera of bosl-
ne. I. preeminently ailajitedlo benefit tho hold
ers 01 it I'ouciee.
M'KENNEY & LINDERMAN,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery ctreeU Fan
i raneisco, directly opposite Occidental Jlotol.
The Best Qooia at tha Lowest Prices.
JOHN O. I10DGE A CO., 327. 329 and 331
SlilltWlna utrpj'l Knu P r. n. i u.. a .. 1 : r :
keep, the larect .lock f Staiinnmi. ni.iut
WITTT1 WTlT jf j" , ' Jtook,; wrapping paper, playing
T -- ' I card, pocket cutlery, rar, achuor. notion.
c, to bo found on tbo Pacifie eoact. Prompt
arienunn gircn-TO upply the trade, and .atMfoc.
n-'t-lm J0UX O. U0DGB A CO.
ticneral Agent for Oregon and TorritorUw",
Nor. 0, '03-9y
GOODS RECEIVED By
which will be (old for :
CASH or TRADE !
Hixty Cents per Bushel
In trade, oe on Book account.
For all that may he offered
oct9 5 tt. CIIEADtK.
THE EYES I THE EARS I
Dr. T. "'fc. CJOf,12V
ALBANY '. ' '
nnitiEV is A ens ofthc
Ztu Z'g entire .ati.
E2?ta' "tho w. my place them-clvc. nd
"mIZ'j. April 10. lS6-3y