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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1870)
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SATUitDAY, "June h,-is7u.
""Subscribers finding en 3E after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they arsr invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
Is'OT ON It. Late telegrams inform
ns that in certain portions of Oregon
Democrats wer prevalent on Monday;
in fact so thick were they, and so infer
nal contentious about the possession of a
few one-horse offices,. that Republicans,
rather than quarrel about so small a
matter, actually refused to come forward
and put in a sufficiently strong petition
to keep thctu out. Knowing the mag
nanimity of the Republicans so well, wc
arc inclined to give credence to these
dispatches on .this occasion ; but honestly
speaking, not because we are at all cov-
' F.ESTI val. The ladies connected with
the M. E. Church projected a Festival,
on Friday night of last week, which
proved very successful. As there were j
more provisions left after the Festival, '
the ladies gave a lunch on Saturday ; and
as the provisions held out, the lunch ta
ble was kept loaded with good things
through Monday, until the larder was
exhausted. The profits arising from this
series of lunches amounted to between
eighty and one hundred dollars, and the
ladies deserve praise for the manner in
which the undertaking was carried
through: This money will go to put the
church in thorough repair.
Cane. For one of the neatest and
most serviceable little canes we have ever
possessed we arc indebted to Frank
Woods, Albany's leading blacksmith It
is made of the very best steel, neatly
japanned to look like whalebone, and is
ligh t, flexible and useful. Just below the
ctuus or particularly "stuck" after office ! curve ,or the hanJ is a neat silvcr P,ae
or filthy lucre, yet if about 387 of the
Democratic yeomanry of Linn county
could, for convenience bake, have enjoyed
themselves just as well by staying at
home on Monday, it would have proved
more enjoyable and brnrfieiai to at least
one "Radical" resident hereabouts. We
are inclined to believe the whole thin:;
for the owner's name. Frank can make
anything almost that can be wrought out
of iron or steel, and he cau do it well.
Flowers. Among . other novelties
lately introduced. Mr. Pearson has some
lovely, sweet-smelling flower-plants in
t pots, to which he invites the attention of
those who wish to beautify and make
was a concocted plan an invention of i their homes more pleasant and attractive,
the enemy to beat us out of our rights, j Pearson keeps his stock of groceries right
and, from the light we uow have,' it j up t0 IIl!lrkj anj pr0p0Ses to do the
seems to have -scoured." We don't f;,;r ,i.:,r k ..11 .wtmor lVr..l... r
Election Day Passed off quietly.
So far as we have heard, there was but
one fight in the the county, which was a
regular ring fisht," where the two men
stripped and went in to decide which had
the most muscle and endurance. The
fight occurred at Brownsville, between
two Democrats, and was caused "by a
dispute in relation to a horse race. The
day was intensely hot, and the principle
cussin, we heard was in regard to the
" Oregon style " of voting, which coin
pells a man to stand from one to three
hours awaiting his turn to vote. If the
incoming Legislature will attend to this
matter, they will receive the thanks ot
the voters of Oregon. Voting by ballot
is mch more comfortable, expeditious
and satisfactory all round.
J. W. Bentley. This gentleman in
serts his card in our paper this uiorninjj,
informing the public of Albany that he is
ready to manufacture fine boots to order,
as well as to repair damaged uppers and
soles. Mr. Bentley is an intelligent, in
dustrious and very worthy young man,
besides being a splendid workman, and
this eouimunity could not do a better
deed thau to extend a helping hand to
one so deserving of patronage. His shop
is on First street, second door iiorth of
Carothers & Co.
NEW GOODS SMALL PROFITS,
QUICK SALES FKUJU'r fAX.
Successful. Late dispatches an
nounce the re-election of R. P. Boise to
the Judicial Beuch of the Third Judicial
District. Owinir to the trading indulged
feel lively neither are we enjoying our I au kilJjs tasen in cxchango for goods. I in bv his friends, spoken of in another
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usual cheerful und serene tone of mind
not any and there seems to be a good
many of "us." Philosophy is a good
thing a splendid thing in fact, a dod
rabited magnificent thing but our sup
ply has. slopped over, petered out, gone
up the flume; at any rate it don't kiver
this case. This is a case wherein 4 jus
tification" don't seeni to bring the lines
up even we can't make "even" without
'over spacing." We dou't think of ju
bilating to any great extent not much.
The, weather is entirely too warm, and it
If you are on the trade go there.
The River of the West. This is
decidedly the most entertaining volume
we have perused for some time. The
life and adventures of the celebrated
trapper and mountaineer, Jo. Meek, so
full of thrilling adventure. 'is fully por-traj-ed,
as well as a condensed review of
the early history of the Pacific coast.
We consider this the most intetesting
work that Mrs. Victor has yet produced,
and no one should fail to get it who can
read. . Mr. E. B. Purdom is aprent for
I place in this issue, he is elected by a very
j small majority. Indeed, on Tuesday the
election of Judge Bonhani, his opponent,
was pretty generally acceded. This will
be good news to the political friends of
Judge Boise; and even Democrats will
he better pleased in the election of Boise
than they would had Bonhani succeeded,
and numbers have so expressed them
selves in our hearing-
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Ymnnrtcd direct from New York via the
Pacific Railroad, and can, fr Cash or Produce.
give customers bargains equal to any firm in Al
bany. All OX Our sioca Muugu mo
LOWEST- CASH PRICE.
HESUs-ixxs eft Son,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES
Hardware, Iron and Steel,
Wholesale and Retail.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
EGGS, BUTTER, ETC., ETC.
If. B. All persons owing us will at once come
forward and pay up, so as to oeerin new accounts.
L. ELKINS A SON.
Lebanon. April 1, 70.-6m30
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
is decidedly unhealthv to rush round and :
get excited. Let others get jolarious j ,he sale of the volume in Linn county,
and ramspaukscious, but as for us and j Fourth. What say our citizens
our house, nary we'll await a more pro- shall we celebrate the coming Fourth?
pitious season we are of a more milder j If we intend to celebrate immediate steps
disposition than sich. In the wprds of
"We are n-.t upon it."
If anybody asks you if you have seen
Jones, tell 'cm yes; and for an old man
his doing well He went into the adver
tising business, reluctantly, however, asd
was fortunate Jo come out about 4,500
winner, without costing him a cent. It's
a new dddge ; rather rough unless you
make it win.
Everybody ain't so success-
should be taken in that direction. A
meeting of all interested in taking proper I If there is a single one of our readers
measures for the celebration of America's j disappointed in the contents of the Reg
natal da', should be held at the Court j ISTER this week, this is to inform him
House this evening. We have but few ' that he can get a good " lay out " in the
grand gala days, and those few should be J printing business if he'll call at this office
properly observed. If we are to celebrate l immediately. The weather is setting too
Let us tropical hereabouts to suit our delicate
Scratching Was indulged in by the
free and independent voters of Linn to an
unlimited extent on Monday. One man
voted for Geo. R. Helm, scratching the
balance of the tickets others divided ! we cannot commence too soon
their vote and voted half of each ticket. throw asij2 Party feeling and prejudice J temperament ! That's all.
I I 3 t - .1J .1 . 1 ' It ....
Trading was indulged in to a greater ex- ,or ODCe a,lu lliMe a oou oiu-iamiuncu
tnt than we ever saw before. Remiblr FoUrth ot JuI Celebration. It will do
, . r r i t - i i) ii 1 us all good. The cultivation of a little
cans traded oil Judges luise and Powell :
, , i , . ,t . t, ii. more sociability will do us ;ojd as a coui
tj such a reckless extent, that both gen- I J "
tLmen ran far behind the ticket and are I maahy- TLe barrlcrs of Prejudice have
doubtles, defeated. This was done through hen Lrokaa doW" b a fcW ku,d wordi.
no dislike to Boise, but through the belief I a"d whule communtt.es made the happter
that his election was ' certain and they
could trade on him with impunity. As
to the county offices, had Republicans
voted the straight ticket, making no
trades, we could have elected the County
Clerk and Judge, through the help of
disaffected Democrats, with ease. Demo
crats who had promised to vote with us
for those offices, made 'as' an excuse for
not making their word good ' Repub
licans are scratching their own ticket."
But, to their honor be it said-, Dem jcrjta
generally kept their word, aud not only
voted a portion of our ticket but doue
what they could for its success. Regret
i3 expressed, after the work is done, at
the defeat of Judge Boise 'it was entire
ly unexpected, and takes all by surprise.
From it we may learn thisle-sjn when
ever you commence the scratching "
and ." trading off " business, you thor
oughly demoralize the party aud the en
emy gains on the whole ticket. Of the
two evils 'trading," is' the most to be
deprecated. -Scratch," if you will, but
never trade. We were iu hopes that a
different result would follow in Linn
county j we did hope to electa portion of
our county ticket, aud greatly reduce the
Democratic majorty on the State ticket,
but ' it you'have tears to shed, prepare
to shed them now." Selah !
thereby. Let us forget the prejudices of
early training and education, and unite
as the family of one'great brotherhood in
an interchange of good feeling and fel
lowship on he 4th of July, 1870. Will
you do it ?
That Lecture. Now that the ex
citement consequent upon our State elec
tion is rapidly abating, and men's thoughts
are returning to the old channels, we may
expect Gen. Lish Applegate to remem
ber the promise he tirade us to lecture
here as soon as he was free from other
engagements. His lecture on the Koran
and Mohammed is rich and most enter
taining in his hands. The lecture will
be delivered for the benefit oT the Albany
Collegiate Intitute. Due notice will be
given of the time and place.
Railroad. Our latest with regard to
the railroad is to the effect that Ben.
Holladay is pushing it along as rapidly
as the we therand supply of labor he can
command will permit. He says he in
tends to pocket that 850,000 sure. So
AND DEALERS IS
PAINTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS
Perfumery, Toilet Goods, &e.
Oar Goods are FRSSH and
-TtSs ,xx-xxit; o ci. Pur o
Front Street, three doort below Connor',
Albanv. f feb 12T0-23 Oregon.
"STAR" PICTURE GALLERY!
BROWNSVILLE, : : : OREGON,
HAS BEEN REFITTED WITH SKYLIGHT
of the latest style, aud the operating room
wiiu instruments of
STRICTLY MKSrCLASS MAKE!
with a choice stock of Materials, Chemical?, Ac,
direct from Philadelphia. Our work shall recom
Picture! from King to Life size, at the lowest
Special facilities forlakin" Family Croups and
copjiag Old Pictures. Call and sec specimens.
J. it. ijs.Mi'i.feiu.a,
V. II. McFarland & Co Wepres
ent this morning the new advertisement
of Y. II. McFarlaod & Co., successors to
O. 1. Tompkins & Co., dealers in s'oves,
tinware, force and lift pumps, iron and
lead pipes, etc. They have as full aud
complete an assortment of wares as can
be found north of San Francisco, and
they will sell them as reasonably. Mr.
Harvey, one of the partners, has been in
the business for years past, and is proba
bly the best posted man in the business
on the coast. Being perfectly convers
ant with the markets of San Francisco,
pives him an advantage io purchasing
stuck that enables the house to 6cll the
same line of goods lower than others.
Beside all this Mr.- II. is an accommo
dating, pleasant gentleman, with whom it
w a pleasure to deal. Drop in and see
the new stock just received.
' Lost On Thursday of last week,
Jadge Frum, who lives" out on Sandridge7
while on hi way home from this city,
lost a memorandum .book, which contain,
cd some vulnable patters, anions the rest
' a note f.r 870 on Milt. Went fall. If the
penjon finding the book will return it to
Judge Frum, he will be suitably reward-
Mabkets. There has been no change
worthy of note in the i?an Francisco or
Portland, markets. Legal tenders quoted
at S7J3Sic. Gold 1131 a decline.
Our markets continue at old quotations.
Heal Estate. Sec the advertisement
ot real estate offered for sale by J. C.
Mendeohall, Esq., in this issue. More
Sale of Property. At ar-uleofrcal
estate in this city, on Saturday last, a
corner lot, 25x100, on First and Ferry,
sold for $1,200. The lot on. which stands
the frame used by Mr. John Briggs as a
stove store, sold for 81,200.
For Walla, Walla. Mrs. Magjrie
Alexander and daughter, and her mother,
Mrs. Itubinson, the first formerly of this
city but late of Corvallis, left this city ou
Wednesday's boat, en route fr Walla
Walla, W. T., where they iro to try the
effect of the climate on their health. If it
should prove beneficial they will remain
an indefinite period ; if otherwise, their
s;ay may be of short duration. Tlieir
many fiiends wish them a safe and pleas
Strawberries. Some of the largest
and most tempting cultivated strawberries
wo hav seen in our market this season,
were brought in by Mr. John Millard.
Some of them were so large that they had
to be sliced up like a watcrmellon. A
good many of -them would fill a half
bushel measure. Wc defy the world
to beat us in .size and flavor of our straw
berries; even the wild ones attain suchsize
ihat'a large man can make a meal off of
More Iron. Messrs. W. II. Kuhn &
Co. have received another large stock of
iron and other hardware, which keeps
their stock complete and full. Harry
is determined that his customers shall
want for nothing in Jus line.
. Married. On Tuesday last Judge
Arnold, of this city, at the Overland
Hotel, joined in the holy bonds of matri
inony, Mr. Alex. Smith, of Corvallis, to
Miss Anna Caloway, of Benton county.
Back. Mr. A.'E. Ellis, of Browns
ville, who left us somo two months since
to look for a better place to reside east of
the mountains, has returned, and reports
that Linn county holds out greater in
ducements to the poor man than any
place he can find in the eastern portion
of the State. Linn county is a pretty
good place to " hang up " in- after all.
Campmeetino. The Methodist de
nomination of this city are- canvassing
the matter of holding a oampmesting
nearthe city beforo the close of tho pres
ent confercnoe meeting. "
' Health. We hear of very little oiek
nesa, and belie vo the general health
throughout the county to be excellent. .
At the FoRK3.--The Southern Meth
odists commence a campmceting at the old
camp ground, in the forks of the Santi-
am, on the 30th inst.
Happy. We havn't seen a particular
ly happy man of cither party since the
election. . Most everybody look as tf they
had been running a funeral as chief
mourner. We are in hopes that cheer
fulness may return before another week
rolls round. - J
Sold Out. Mr. Hale Backensto has
sold his barber shop to Mr. Royal, who
will continue to lather and shave all old
as well as new customers.
In the Drug Store will be found a lull assort
ment of Druzs, Patent Medicines,. Perfumery,
Paiuts, OiU, &c., Ac. AUo, Books and btation-
School Books made a specialty.
Dr. Rowland has charge, and may be consulted
professionally at any time.
Post Office ouiiume, iirownsviue, urcis"u.
April 20, '70-33 PETER HUME.
W. S. URICJGS,
CITY NEWS DEPOT,
Front street, Albany, Oregon.
1TAS JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLASS
XX NEWS DEPOT and
Where at all times will be found the latest Peri
odicals, Magazines, New-papers. Uxuks of
all kinds, Writing Paper, ewcry variety,
all kinds ami sizes of Envelopes,
and the mo- beautiful
This stock has been selected with ereat caro, and
none but First-class articles are kept. Goods I
received direct from ban trancisuo by every
eteamcr. ;-3i Terms moderate.
Give me a call. W. S. DRIGGS.
Albany, April 9, 70.-.'.l-ly. -
REAL (ESTATE BROKERS,
NEW JEWELRY STORE
H - '
AOBHT FOB TBI CKLBBBATSD 1
American & Swiss Gold & Sifter Watches
Of every description. Direct Importer of
the very best
SWISS MADE WATCHES,
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
I STILL RUSHING
AT T H S
Cents and Ladies Sizes.
THE FINEST SELECTION OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on hand. .
WATCHES, SPECTACLES A JEWELRY
San Francisco Price.
Every Article o!d and all Repairing
Done;' Warranted. "
V. CHBADLE, B. CBEADI.B.
Front-st., Albany, Ogn. I 120 Clay-st., Ban Fran.
IV. Cheadle A Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
Groceries and-rMeneral MercMisel
FORWARDING A COMMISSION
1a. O., Albany, Oregon ; or
H,. O., San Francisco, Cal.
Liberal advances made on conslgaaaeaW.
We claim to keep all
FIRST QtTALITT GOODS.
14 and at prices that defy competition.
A. W. STA2CABO.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and 'Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET ALBANY.
They offer a large and we" --lected stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash or Produce I
H0T1CZ TO SHIPPERS,
I INTEND DOING A
General Commission Business
, . IK
for ths purpose of selling
All Kinds or Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell. .
- LAMAR CnEADLE,
la 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
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS !
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, Ac.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Fapar Bt Linoa
Blinds, &.C., &c.
Especial attention is directed to oor stock of
IRON AND STEEL
Which is the largest and most complete this sid
You are uivitcd to call and examine our goods
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, Bacon and Lard
Oct. 30, 1869-8
A. COWAN A CO.
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to he
filled in San Francisco.
oct-itf R. CUEADLE,
GOODS RECEIVED BY'
which wUl be sold for
CASH or TRAD K
33ro.ncti o fix o o ,
J. C. MBNDENHALil - Agent,
UN ERA L LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
Established July. 1868. An office where
geueral iuformation concerning the resources of
Uregon can te nblainea tree oi coarge.
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. Alsr, Farminr lands, of every des
cription, located in Linn and otbor counties in
this State. -
Boating. The Willamette has been
in better boatinz stage up to this' time
than ever before koown at thia season of
Reader If any body asks you if you
have heard the election news, tell 'em you
Itibt your paper before reading it. -
REPoafr. There is some talk of a new
paper in Albany Boon. It will probably
bo a bodrocV-er, and ndvoeata repudiation
Roads. As the roads are in fair con
ditinn, buggy riding is. being indulged io
... i s -
Hot. -Monday and Tuesday were the
two boteet days of the season.
To the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to
the owners of Keat Estate : We rake ttns nu-mon
of calline your attention to oor place of busi
ness. Havine determined to open a Branch Of-
fico in your city, we can offer uai medium fur
obtaining purchasers one tbat is appreciated ov
hoverf . as it Saves them much time and labor ia
searching for what they want. Our principal
Agi-ney, at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and the offi'-e en well furnuned tor giv
ine information upon Real Estate, tbat it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in onr line.
ST You incur no expense in ' placing your
property on sale witn ns nnless a sale is made.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Office.
JOHN C. MENOENHALL, Agent.
Albany, Ogn., March 23, 1870. 29tf.
STITZEI A UPTON,
REAL ESTATE B ROKERS,
J. C. HESDENHALL, Agent,
Office First st opposite Post Office, Albany, Ogn.
TTT AVE for sale in the oily of Albany, a desira-
XJL hie Homestead, Lots 1, Z. 7 and a. corner
iuira, r ourta ena tiswortn sireau, one -i uz
host localities in the city. A good one and vhalf
story housa, with all other conveniences. x.f ply
to J. C. MEJJDENILALL. Agent,
I HEREBY WARN -ALL PERSONS NCT
to trust my sons, Charles V. L. or William F.
aunpson, on my aooount as their guardian or as
thier father, fr I will not be responsible for any
liabilities or pay any debts they may contract
after t. date. 8 SO'
nsrrisburg. Ogn.. April S, TO-Srew.
Policies Exempt from Execution.
Cash Assets, - - - $3,000,000,
OVER 21,00a MEMBERS.
IN presenting the claims of this NEW KNIT
TING MACHINE to popular favor, we aim
at no more than a brief and candid statement of
its actual merits. We confidently claim that the
CLIMAX KNITTER is superior to all other ma
chines in the follwing respects :
1. Simplicity of construction and operation.
2. Completeness and excellence of work.
3. Convenience of shape, sise and weight of
4. Durability of machine.
5. Rapidity of work.
It is so simple in its construction and in its
workings, that less than half the time is required
ti 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
band, without any sewing ; narrows or wiacos,
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 see the machine in opera
tion, are request jd tc c all on the agent in this city.
S. S. MAREHAH & SON,
Agents for Oregon.
Albany, Ogn., Feb. 12, 1870.-23
Dividends paid one year from date of
All Policies and Dividends Non-Forfeit
Over 8,000 Policies sned
THIS COMPANY POSSESSES A C0MBI
nation of desirable features which no other
organization can claim, its growtn nas been
steady. Its snoeecs marked. Its system of busi
ness is pre-eminently adapted to benefit the hold
ers or us roucics.
M'KEHNEY &, UNDERMAH,
General Agents, 131 Montgomery street, San
r rancisoo. cirecuy opposite uoctasntai xtotex.
Tp Wuon I Hay Coacerai "
GH. BASER Is ay Legal Agent during
absence. SAMUEL DENNY.
. Albany, March IS. 1870.-18-Sw.
General Agent for Oregon and Territories, -
Nov. 6, 69-Ov
Sixty Cents per Bushel
in trade, or on Book acoonnt,
For all that may le offered
oct9 R- CHEADLE.
CEO. F. SETTLE M I ER,
T It U GO 1ST.
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrlsh's New Bull dine;, First Street.
All artioles warranted pare and of the best
rnystciaas Prescriptions eareruuy compounded.
Albany. Oct. 17, 1868-etf
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain Wagon Road
To Descbuttes River :
Four Horse or Mnle team
T .. .. .
inO ......... . ......
One " - " "
Ox teams, three ynke.....
For every additional yoke...-.-...
Loose horses, per head ..; ...............
" cattle, per head. ...............
sheep or hogs........................
Teams returning empty, half price. ,
Pack animals, loa led. .........
" unloaded ................ ......
Horse and rider......... ............... .........
To VUh IVake:
Four horse or male team, eaub way-.....-..
Two ' ..... .
One . " " .
Pack animals, loaded. ...... ........
" unloaded. .................
Horse and rider .. .
Or team, three yoke.
To Upper Soda Spring:
Four horse or mule team, out and back 3 SO
Two " " ' ...... 00
One " " " ! 00
Horse and rider, . - " M &0
Loose animale, ja
ox jaanu taa aaste as borse teams.
,W. W. Paaaxtm Pros.
. . . ' See. . .. . . . ...
.Xarch SO. 1869-28
J- Xf T-wnt thfiywrj-b-stCaaiwcT Pjio
ToastAas,jfta mnet.. ealW eat BRAPLS'S A
RDLOFSON, 4tft Montgomery street, San Fraa-
woto, 1 e ess
DrUrjs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS. GLASS, ETC.
Walk in ! Walk in I
UDIES AND GENTLEMEN !
D. RIlEIVMErt'S STORE,
and see the goods which be Is receiving direct
which he is going to sell very low for
Sftftolm AM ' YB.MA---A .....
.c-Bima va m. a vauv
Call and examine my Goods before yea nr-
chsse elsewhere, as I am always willing to sbew
d. B. X will pay from date for thirty days to
eome, 30 vents per doses for Eggs.
cep. za, -o-ay j . JIRENNER. y
SAIV Fit AIVC1SCO STORE!
coaaaa riasr axn raaar stbibts
AlBA NV . ......... OR EGOS.
Keeps constantly .fin bead a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING.
Boots, Shoes, Hardware 4c Crockery.'
. ' ' and a fall supply of Ladies' '
Fnrnisliini Embroidery, Fancy Goods, &c.
- -also, a stock of .
- TUB BB T LIQUOR !
for Medieiaal purposes only.
' Always on hand a Urge stock of
Box, Cokinf and Parlor Stores I
, and manafaetures all kinds of
Tin, Copper and siieet-lron Ware.
all af which are eSore at the lowest rates fee
CASU R COUHTRT PKODCCBI
All kinds of repairing done, on skort
aeSTand entire satialactioa wanraated, at y
sove asd Tin Store. '
JULIUy OEADWODL. ,