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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1870)
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1S7
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 advance;
six months, $2 ; three mouths, $1.
Messrs. Powell and Butler, Republican and
Democratic candidates for District Attorney of the
Ad Judicial District, will address tho citizens of
Linn county as follows :
Peoria, Monday, May 23d, at 1, P. M.
llarrisburjr, Tuesday " 24 "
Browusvillc. 'Wednesday 25 "
Lebanon, Thursday " 26
Scio, Friday " 27 "
Albany, Saturday "28 '
Prnuc Speaking os Satcedat. As previ
ously announced, the Republican and Democratic
candidates for Congress, Hons. J. O. Wilson and
J. II. Slater, addressed the citizens of this city,
at the Court House, cn last Saturday afternoon,
Judge Wilson opening and closing too debate.
The speech of Mr. Wilson was an able and elo
quent exposition of the principles of the party
which placed hint in nomination for the high and
liouoiable position of Congressman. It was such
speech as could only emanate from a profound
and master miud, and made an impression on the
tninds of his vast audience that could not be erad
icated by the flimsy sophistries and simple denials
of bis adversary. It is enough to say that the ef
fort was fully up to the expectations of the friends
"of tho Judge, and produced an effcei oa the oppo
sition that will aid in it3 overthrow and utter
route next month.
When Mr. Slater arose to make his defense of
the principles contained in the Democratic plat
form, it was patent to every observer, from his
trepidation, his downcast look, his nervousness,
and at times his incoherent utterance, t at he felt
the impossibility of even an attempt to combat
the sound logic and unanswerable arguuieuts of
Mr. Wilson. But he spluttered and sweat, dran
water and spit, through the time allotted him, and
then sat down, looking as though he had been sent
for and would very much like to go. lid present
ed tho appearance of a man who wa veiy much
disgusted with ail earthly things. We do not
ffisa to misrepresent tins "lion of Democracy,"
as he is termed, and we only statj what is true
when no say tuat not only me rank and filo but
prominent DemoetaLs here were, to say tho least,
disappointed at the palpatio Weakness of their
"lion." A man never labored more zealously to
make a rxjiut than did poor slater; but facts and
figures were agaiusc hiui, and nil his uttemps to
overturuw and disprove the iron-clad arguments
of Air. Wilsou proved utterly abortive aud witnout
Tne closing remarks of Judge Wilson, in which
he tere to sureds the flimsy arguments and soph
istries of Mr. t-iaier, and showed up his weak aud
clunisy detense of repudiation, were greeted with
deafen. ng uppiause. It was a perfect hail-storm
of withering sarcasm, cutting wit, and unanswer
able argument. lu Judge Wilsun the Republi
cans have an advocate uf whom they are proud
a gentleman possessing the highest qualifica
tions to ht him as a Kepres.ntativu of Oregon on
the floors of Congress. Three cheers for our next
Representative, Hon. J. U. Wilson.
A. C. Junes' Record.
Tbe further we look into tho record of
A. C. Jones, Democratic candidate for
County Clerk, the richer it gets. In
1862, this good Democrat now, A. C.
Jones, voted tho straight Republican
ticket. Our authority for making this
assertion is tho poll books of this county
of that date. A. C. Jones, in hia speech
ess during that canvass, denounced Dem
ocrats as Copperheads and Traitors, and
in a speech made by him at a barbecue
given at Scio, he made use of the follow
ing language towards Democrats the
very men whom lie now says dare not
scratch him. Her is his language :
"WE HAVE HERE FOOD FOR
UNION MEN, AND FOR DOGS'
BUT l NOTHING FOR COPPER
HEADS!" It would seem from this that Democrats
then, in the opiniou of A. C, were not
deemed worth as much consideration as
dogs ia fact were so low down iu tho
scale as not to be deemed worthy of any
thing at his hands except the vilest abuse.
And now, eight years after, these men-
these Democrats who were not deemed
worthy to associate and feed with dojs,
are asked to vote their calumniator into
a four or five thousand dollar office. Wen
calling themselves Democrats like, aye,
are absolutely fond of being classed be
neath even the canine race, and take ec
static pleasure in voting for the man so
cla?sitying them, don't they? This is
but a leaf of the record of A. C- Jones, a
bolter and disorganizer in 1859, and a
villifier and political assassin of Democ
racy in 18GJ. But more hereafter.
A Family Medicine. We checrfuily call the
attention of our readers to the advertisement of
the favorite homo remedy, Perry Davis' Pain j cois at $3 Per year
Killer. This medicine has been before the public
more than thirty years, and to-day has a reputa
tia unsurpassed by any other remedial agent of-
lereu to in-; puciic. vt ime some are luud la its
praise as a liniment, thc-y seem to know nothing i
of its virtues joe awing pain when taken internally, !
and those wjo have used it with success inter- :
nally seem ot aware of its healing properties j
when applied externally. It has proven success- -ful
Lata externally and internally, and is recog-
iiic-d xn all parts of the world as the standard i
family tpc'litiS. Probably no curative agen', ;
has met with such wi .e-spread sale, or given such )
gcaeral satisfaction. It is a purely vcgetallj j
compound, and is therefore perfectly safe even in
uusktlicd hauds. AH our druggists have it. ;
The Pixley Sisters Assisted by
a full company, give entertainments to
the citizens of this city on Friday and
Saturday nights of the present week, at
Parrish Hall. They have performed iu
every town and village between this city
and Sacramento, and judging from the
universal commendatiou of the press
along the route, our poople may expect
ine most lively ana interesting entertain
ment yet given in this city. Everybody'll
The Bedrock Devocrat The proposed pub
lication of which wo noticed some weeks since,
ha3 made its appearance. It is published by
Messrs. Abbott 4 McArthur, at Baker Ciiy, Ore
gon, and proposes to promulgate true Democratic
principles. It presents a ccat appearance typo
graphically. The Westers Monthly Fur May, is rich in
mental pabulum. This ruacazins tal:e3 rank with
the very best in the country, and is rapidly grow
ing iu public favor. Published in Chicago, Illi-
Send to Western Monthly.
W. II. K vux& CO.,
Having just received a Large and well selected
. . sucn A3
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
Saw?, Saws, Saws,
Plnnes, Planes, Planes,
I'laues, Planes, Planes,
Corss-Cut and Mill Saws,
Together with a large assortment of
IltOrV VIVI STEEL.
Nails, Nails, Nails,
Nails, Nails, Nails,
Springs, Springs, Springs,
Springs, Springs, Springs,
Axles, Thimble-Skeins, Bolts, &c, &c.
Also, a well Selected Stock of
Wagon Eira ber,
SPOKES. IICESI, BENT RIMS,
SHAFTS, POLES, HICKOKY AXLES, ETC.,
All of which we are now offering to the public
at low rates. As we make the business a spec
ialty, we can and will keep a better assortment at
lower prices than any house in this city.
ELKIJMS & SOW,
E LSI NTS & SON,
ELKINS & SON.
NEW GOODS SMALL PROFITS
QUICK SALES PROMPT PAY. '
WE HATE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Imported direct from New York via the
Pacific Railroad, and can, for Cash or Produce
give customers bargains equal to any firm in Al
bany. All of our stock is bought at the
L O WEST
CA S II
Elltlns &s Sou,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES
Hardware, Iron and Steel,
Wholesale and Retail.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOB
EGG S,' B UTTER, ETC., ETC.
N. B. All persons owing us will at onoe come
forward and pay np, to as to begin new accounts.
L. ELKINS A SON.
Lebanon, April 1, 70.-0m30
Receivi 'g and opening a largo and splendid
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Which" wo offer at reduced rates.
W. II. KUHN 4 CO.
In the Slonteith Fire-proof Brick, First-st.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
33czot:sj, Slioes, t&c.
Closed out at about cost.
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES
A X D DEALERS IX
II ARD ARE,
A well Selected stock now cn hand, and will
be filled up constantly, and
SOLD AT REDUCED RATES.
Xincow Escape. A little ten-vcar-oldcr.
Charley Peters, living up the river, on Wednesday !
last, while sitting on some lugs fishing, slipped !
into tho river, and was only saved from a watery !
grave by the timely appL-arancc of some men who !
wero passing that way. I
IRON AND STEEL.
The best assortment kept in tha city, an! con
stantly receiving fresh supplies,
SOLO AT THE LOWEST HATES.
PAINTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS
Perfumery, Toilet Goods, dc.
Oar Goods are FRESH and
front Street, three doort below Connor't,
Albany, fob 12'70-23 Oregon.
Ail who want bargains give me a call.
Albany, March a, 1S70-2Ui
PrgLii: Si'eaki.xg. M. C iie,v-
G. W. BIGGERS, M. D.
publican candidate lor State Representative, will ! RnfjniV Phvtfrian nA
address tho citizens of Lebanon, cn M.inday even
ing. May 30;h, 1S70, on the political isiucs of tho
day. All are invited to attend.
ALBA X Y
Saebath SenviCES. Rev. I. D. Driver, agent i
of the Bible Society, assisted by the various miiiis
t?rs of this city, held services, morning and even
ing of last Sabbath, at the Court House. A very
large audience was in attendance on each occasion.
Although wo have heard the Reverend gentleman
on many occasions during the past eight years,
yet we think the morning sermon the most in
structive and entertaining we ever listened to
from his lips. Mr. Driver is onj of the most pro
found thinkers and eloquent orators on the coast,
and is doing a good and lasting work in the field
For Portland. Dr. M. J. Crovkeit. who but
: lately came among us, has taken hi3 departure
for Portland. The Doctor is a cenial ?entlcman.
Cereals. Wheat has gone np to a much bet
ter figure, during tho last Tew days, than it has
ruled at for many months previously, and the
j ratability is that it will rule still higher before
the nrice recede:. Tt rwtir miftt n t A. and
iOc, but it is believed that a higher figure can be
obtained for large lots. Outs, also, wo are in
formed, are advancing in the San Francisco mar
kets, and feed generally wU rule higher, it is
thought, for tho next twelve months to come.
This will be joyful news to our farmers, and we
hasten to congratulate them on the brightening
prospects of tbe future, both as to the increase in
prices in our staples, and the present cheering
prospects for bountiful crops-
Ljxx Co. Teachers' Isstitcte A note from
Messrs. Caleb Gray and P. II. Wigle, dated the
14tb, informs us that the Linn County Teachers'
Arsuiute will be held at Harmony Church, fivo
miles sou:bcasl of Peoria, commencing on Thurs
day, the 2d day of June next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Ample accommodations will be provided for all
who bst attend, free of charge. Teachers and
friends of education are expected to, bo punctual
in attendance. ? ' -'
Terrible Accihebt. Information reaebod is
on Weduesday, that Mr." Aaron Cornelius, while
at work in a saw mill at Eugene City, on the 17th
inst., was in some manner caught and thrown
against a saw, and the saw being in motion, com
pletely sundered one of his arms, and so terribly
lacerated his back that it was thought impossible
for him to recover.
Ixtebsai. ReVKJce, etc. Deputy Collector
of Internal Revenue, V. Chapman, Esq., gives
notice that he will visit this eity, for the purpose
cf collecting income and special tax as per annual
list, oo the 27th and 28th days of the present
month ; on the .'Oth at Brownsville ; on tbe 1st
of June at Hatjisburg, and on tbe 2d at Peoria.
All interested are directed to the advertisement in
P. CY IlARrea Co. See the new card of
this favorite house. They keep an excellent stock
of goods, full and complete, sell at prices to suit
these hard times, are honest and reliable, accom
modating and untiring in their endeavors to please
those who favor them -with their custom, and
richly deserve the success they have met since
commencing business in this eity. ': " " ' .
SusDAr School Pjrsrc. Next Saturday is the
time appointed for the Sunday school picnic at
Washington Butte, by the Sandridgo school,"
They invite all the Sunday schools of tbe county
to join in with them. Every body hereabouts that
can, intend going, we learn. Wc wish them a
pleasant and happy day.
Jcst is TiE, Tbe rain fall during the week
was jnstas welcome as could be to our agricult
ural friend,, the ground had become baked so
bard that it was next to impowibl, to plow through
V u. Fani W" "oftened and made more
pl.wablo by the descending rain,."
and will make friends wherever he may go.
B:ele Cause. Tho collection on last Sabbath
in aid of the Bible cause at the Court House, re
sulted in only tliirty dollars. It should have
been four times as much.
- Uxwell. Mr. A. F. Settlcmeir, druggist, of
this city, has been confined to his room for some
time. He is suffering from a disease of tho spine
and partial blindness.
Strawberries. AVe were presented with some
ripe wild strawberries on Tuesday, being informed
at the same time that the "woods is full of 'em."
Last Saturday night, when Necnuth
was spreading liiaiselfall over '.he plat
form, aa he said " tootiu his own horn,"
describing in glowinj; colors what lie had
done for Oregon when a member of the
LT.'S. Senate, he forgot to, tell the people
that wherj the. homestead law camo up,
Stark roted square against it, but henot
daring to put hirmelf similarly on record,
dodged the question. .
REPUBLICAN STATU TICKET.
J. O. WILSON, of Wasco.
JOEL PALMER, of Yamhill.
For Secretary of State,
JAMES ELKINS, of Linn.
MAYER IJIRSCH, of Marion.
For State Printer, '
II. R. KINCAID, of Lane.
GRADUATE OF THE PH VSIO -MEDICAL
or Curtis College of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Employs in praciiec ceithtr Mercury, Arsenic,
Morphine jr any other poison, but rcl:es on such
agents as act in harmony with life, and are en
OFFICE In Parrish's brick, jjver the post
Residence Wa'er street, below Pierce's ferry.
Albany, April 0, 1870-04
I. K. IS ICE, JI. !.,
PH.SICIAN AND SURGEON.
- - - - Oregon,
"STAR" PICTURE GALLERY !
BROWNSVILLE, : : : OREGON.
nAS BEEN REFITTED WITH SKYLIGHT
of the latest style, and the operating room
wnu instruments of
STRICTLY FIKST CLASS MAKE!
with a ehoice ftck of Materials, Chemicals, 4c,
direct from Philadelphia. Our work shall recom
Pictures from Ring to Life size, at the lowest
Special facilities for taking Family Groups and
copying ricturcs. Call and sec specimens.
J. II. TEMFLETOX,
In tho Drue Store will be found a full assort
ment of Druirs, Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
raiuis, uiis, dec, d.c. Also, Hooks and Station
Ti. School Books made a snccialtr.
1'r. Rowland has charge, and may be consulted
prorefsinnatiK 'at any time.
Post Oftice'building, Brownsville, Oregon.
April 2, '70-33 PETER 1IUMK.
Albany, April '70.-22
OFFICE OX THE SOUTH SIBE OF MAIX
Nominations for Third Judicial District.
R. P. BOISE, of Polk.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
J. c. powell; of Linn.
Linn County Republican Ticket.
For State Senators,
E. E. WHEELER, HIRAM SMITH
n' ,??PVVN' W- R- KIRK,
u- GEO ROE, J. p. COMBS,
A. DECK ARD.
For County Judge,
THOS. O. TAYLOR.
For County Clerk.
J. B. MONTEITH.
O. W. RICHARDSON.
v.- For Treasurer,
For County ComnTissionors.
A. II ANON, J. WASSOM.
For School Superintendent,
S. O. IRVINE.
r For Assessor'
ii. c. powell!
J. A. WARNER.
D. ?I. THOMPSON.
Sale of Road Lands
TOTICE. In pursuance of an order ma le by
111 the Board of Directors of the Willamutic
Valley A Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Com
pany They now offer at privata sale, and until July
1st, 1S70, any and all of their lands located in
Linn county, Oregon.
7erm One-half cash at sale, remainder in
twelve months, at 10 per cent. Bond for deed
Bids to be left with the Secretary at Company's
office at Albany, Oregon, where maps' and des
criptions can be seen.
Persons settled on any of said lands shall have
preference in terms and purchase.
Albany, Apr. 15, '70-33 President.
Realestate of M. . W. Alack, deceased.
IX PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF
tne County Court in and for Linn county, Oregon,
in Probate, made at its May term. A. D. 1870.
licensing the undersigned to sell the realestate of
at. . alack, deceased, I will sell at public auc
tion, at the Court House door in Albany in said
Linn county, on
Saturday, the 4tn day of June, A. l. I8TO
between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4
o'clock P. ii., to the highest bidder, tho following
realestate, to-wit ;
One lot 25x100 feet, being east part of lot 4, in
block Xo. 10, on south side of First street, oppo
site Parrish's block, in the city of Albany, Oregon.
Also, 23x100 feet, being tho east portion of lot
No. 8, in block Xo. 4, upon which is situated
Brifrgs' tin shop, on said First street.
Also, fractional lots 2 and 3, in block 15, in the
eastern addition to the said city of Albany, with
dwelling house thereon.
TERMS. For U. S. coin, one-half in hand at
time of sale, and the remainder in twelve months
at ten per cent, interest, with approved security.
Mny 5, 1870-4w35 Remaining Executor. .
Guardian's Salo of Real Property.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
virtue of an order of the County Court in
and for Linn county, Oregon, made at the April
term thereof, A. 1). 1870, the undersigned. Guar
dian of the estate of James Cummings and Olive
Cummings, minors, will sell tho following des
cribed real estate at publio sale, at tho Court
House door, in Albany, in said county, on the
10th day of May. A. I). 1370, towit:
Tbe undivided two-Revooths' interest in fee
simple of the east half (with the exception of fif
teen acres heretofore sold to John McXeil) of
Donation Land Claim No. 42 Not. No. 2590, the
Z?. Z "ai ett8t half containing J60 acres, and
situated in Ljnn county, Oregon. - -
R..n, under the firm name o7b p" Tom aT
Co.. is dissolved by muTual conUni. ukeeffee!
from th. 5th instant. W. H. Mcparlanrf k
purchased the entire. stttck JS
the notes and accounts duo the Arm IU -S?
continue the business under the ame of w"
U. Mctarland 4 Co. Either nar v m
liquidation. O. TOaTpkins
Albany. SIsy p, moT.M "A-
CITY NEWS DEPOT,
Pront street, Albany, Oregon.
AS JCST OPEXED A FIRST-CLASS
Where at all times will be found the latest Peri
odicals, Magazines, Newspapers, Btoks of
all kinds, Writing Paper, every variety,
all kinds and sizes of Envelopes,
and the mo'. beautiful
This syiok has been selected with great care, and
none but First-class articles are kept. Goods
received direct from San Francisco by every
steamer. Terms moderate.
Give mo a calL W. S. DRIGG3.
Albany, April 9, 70.-3I-ly.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J. C. MESBEMUtL, - - Agent,
GENERAL LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
Established July, 1863. An offioe where
general information concerning the resourocs of
Oregon can bo obtained frco of charge.
Loans negotiated en first Mortgage, Real Es
tate and Collateral Securities. VVe have for sale
a large amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of-ercry des
cription, located in Linn and other counties in
this State. ,
To tho 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. Having determined to open a Branch Of
fice in your city, we can offer von a medium for
obtaining purchasers one that is appreciated by
buyers, as it saves them much time and labor in
searching for what they want. Our principal
Agency, at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and tbe office so well furnished forgiv
ing information upon Real Estate, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in our line.
Yon incur no expense in placing yonr
property on salo with us unless a sale is made.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Office.
JOHN C. MENDENHALL, Agent.
Albany, Ogn., March 23, 1870. 29tf.
, STITZEL A UPTON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
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 and Elsworth. streets, one f tks
best localities in tbe city. A good one and ihalf
story house, with all other conveniences. A.pply
to J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OP NEW YORK.
Policies Exempt from Execution!
Cash Assets, - - - $3,000,000,
OVER 21,000 MEMBERS.
Dividends paid ona jear from date of
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfeit
Over 8,000 Policies
I HEREBY . WARN ALL PERSONS NOT
to trust my sons, Charles V. L. or William F.
Simpson, on my account as their guardian or as
tbwr father, for I will not be responsible for any
liabilities or pay any debts they may contract
after this date.
s Ilarrisburg, Ogn., April 5j 70-31-6w. 1
To Whon it May Concern!
GH. BABER is my Legal Agent during
Albany, March 15, 1P70.-2? 3w.
THIS COMPANY POSSESSES A COMBI
nat'ion of desirable features which no other
organisation can claim. Its growth has been
steady, its success marked. Its system of busi
ness is pre-eminently adapted to benefit tbe hold
ers of its Policies.
M'KENNEY & LINDERMAH,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, directly opposite Occidental Hotel.
General Agent for Oregon and Territories, -
Kov. , '69 ?y
STILL RUSHING I
NEW JEWELRY STORE
J. B. TITUS,
Albany, - '.' 2 Oregon.
AOK.NT FOB TUB CBLSBRATED
American & Swiss GoW & Sifter Watcnes
Of every description. Direct Importer of
the very best
SWISS MADE WATCHES,
Cent and Ladles Slzfta.
. THE FINEST SELECTION OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on hand.
R E PA I BIND OF
WAtOIIES,' SPECTACLES JEWELRY
San Francisco Pricos.
Every Article Sold and aU Repairing
Ws claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS,
14 nd at prices that defy competition.
A. HT. STAXARD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET.. ALBANY.
They olTer a large and well looted stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash ox Ix-oclixeo I
In addition to a Tery largo stock, coTerior
everything in the line of Cottons, we
have a comploto assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys' and Men's
CLOTHING aM FURNISHING GOODS!
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper At Linen
Blinds, &.C, &c.
Especial attention is directed to our stock of
IRON AND STEEL
Which is the largest and most complete this aide
You are invited to call and examine onr foods
and prices. . -
L. CIIIDLC. -m munii.
Front-st., Albany, Ogn, I 120 Clay-it., San Fraa-
. cisoo, California. -
It. Cbeadle Co.,
WhoUaale and Retail Dealers ia
Groceries anil Meneral Merchaiitos !
" ' i -' Aire
FORWARDING & COSfMISSIOll
MARK GOODS :
TLm C,, Albany, Oregon; or
0 San Franoitoo, Cl.
Liberal advances made on eooslfanteeite.
W0TIC2 TO SHIPPERS.
' I INTEND DOING A "
General Commission Business
for th. purpose of selling
All Kinds or Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell.
llo ,xxy, Oresouf
Will roceivo and attend to aU orders OB me te ke
filled in San Francisco.
ootO-Stf R. CUEAOLB.
GOODS RECEIVED BX
which will be sold for
CASH' or TBADEt
The highest market price in cank paid for
Wool, Dacon and Lard !
Oct. 80, IS69-8 '
A. COWAN A CO.
IN presenting the claims of this NEW KNIT
TING MACHINE to popnlar favor, we aim
at no mora than a brief and candid statement of
its actual merits. We confidently claim that th.
CLIMAX KNITTER is superior to aU other ma
chines in the follwing respects :
1. Simplicity of construction and operation.
2. Completeness and excellence of work.
3. Convenience of shape, size and weight f
4. Durability of machine.
5. Rapidity of work.
It is so simple in its construction and in its
workings, that leas than half the time is required
to learn to knit on it than on others. With it the
children of the household can do all the knitting.
It is made entirely of iron and steel. A man's
sock can. be made in thirty minute. It makes
the regular old old-fashioned knitting needle
stitch or loop, (with several others if desired) ;
turns the heel, making it of as good shape as by
hand, without any sewing ; narrows or widens,
at the pleasure of the operator, and makes a per
fect toe. Any article that can be knit by hand,
can be manufactured on this machine.
Persons who wish to seo the 'machine in opera
tion, are requested tc call on the agent in this city.
S. S. RlaREHAIIII & SON,
' Agents for Oregon.
Albany, Ogn., Feb. 12, 1870.-23
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain W agon JKoad.
, To Descbuttes River t
Four Horse or Mule team........... It 50
TWO " " ...i... ,
Oz teams, three yoke......... ......... ......,. 4
x or every aaaiuonai yoite ........,
Loose horses, per head
" cattle, per nead......M..
sheep or hogs ....;,....
Tmdii rntnrniniv ,mnlv halfn.!..
a r j , aw.
Pack animals, loaded...........
" unloaded ...
Horse and rider.......... ...... ............
To Pish Lake:
Four horse or mule team, each way-.....,. 1
X .. " ......... l
One " I
Pack animals, loaded. .......ii....."..'.."". '
" . unloaded.
Horso and rider...... .....M.
Oa team, throe yoke. ............. " j
To Upper Soda Snrknsf i .
Four horse or male team, eat and back...... J so
Two " " " a
One : ' ': ! ' "
Horse and rider, v . ; " ; .....r - - 60
Loose animals, ,. . . -.- ,
Oz teams the same aa horse teams.
W. W. ParbisS, Pres.
See. ' ,.'........ ,
March 20, 1869-28 .
WHEAT WAITED !
! . at j ; ;
Sixty Cents per Bushel
in trade, or on Book acoount, -
For all that may be oilered
CEO. P. SETTLEMIER,
I R,U;G:GI.S T .
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrish's New Building;, Plrat Street.
Drugs and Medicines,
mQk j OHfiniOALB, :
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted nnra and mt tk ka
quality. . ..
rnyaicians Prescriptions carefully eompoaaded.
Albany. Oct. 17, 1868-tf
Walk in ! Walk IV
LADIES AMD QEUTUMEN I
Walk into V.
II. ItnEElT'S STOriE,
and see tbe goods which h. is reeeWiag eHree
.... ' " WII . 1 .; v
' '; .. ''.!!. " , ,,
which be is going to sell very low for
each or Produce!
Ctll inil vimiii. imw n 1 v . i
- 'j vv. wuiuc. jB par.
ase elsewhere, as I am always willing to shew
N. B. I Will ttav IVnm Amt. .1.1-. A .
eome, SO cents per dozen for Eggs.
Sep. 25, 9-8y . B. BRENNER.
SAW FRANCISCO STORE!
, coBitsa riasf Ann fitter stsbbts.
If yon want the Terr best Citntt Po-
T00.?rBB" yu mnst call on BRADLEY A
KULVI'SON, 29 Mongomerr street, San Fran-
Keeps constantly on hand a full aasortment of
DRY GOOHS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes, Raid ware Jf Crockery,
; . .' and a fall supply of Ladies'
FnrnisMnE Embroidery, Fancy Goods, te.
also, a stock ef
TBE BB T aMQtTOR !
for Medicinal purposes only. ' ' ,.
. ' . . , ,.-1. r '
Always en nana m imrgm ww m
BoX Cookleg and Parlor Stores I '
A s?1s..msi all' V in rial a-
. aMfQQ IIIBIIIllaWelUVa BU -
, Tla, Copper and net-Iren Ware.
aU ef which are" eflered at tae iowm
CASH )R COVKTRi
, SK. AH kioas or rpirio ' . "
notice, end entire satisfaction warraated, at my
Etove And Tin Store.
Nev. 50-11 . ,