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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1870)
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SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1870.
Subscribers Ending an 3E after their name will j i"
understand that their subscription expires witi f
that cumber, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
si mouths, $2 ; three months, SI. -
Citation. Interested parties will see
uotice under "new to-day T"
Fourth at saieM. Out Fire boys
went to Salem on tho 4th, They went
because they were invited and wanted to
celebrate. Our " nreinen are patriotic.
Firemen generally are." Other people
wentin fact a goodly number from
Albany. Our "Onestera" turned out
forty-five strong. There wce more Al
bany firemen in the procession than Salem
firemen. Bully for bur boy's. They were
well dressed, well behaved, and done us
honor at Salem. They were well treated
by the Salernites. Weather was warm,
in fact, hot blazing hot. Salemsters
The first three days jf the
week the thermometer ranged from 9S
to 104 in the shade. How's that for i furnished three thousand fans t keep her
hiih ? - i visitors cool. It wasn't a good "day for
i" . ,un Th. MothmHt Mmn. ! oool.' . One iuiu in . Salem offered . to
M . t.t -v.f.n tl,; nrV ! bet a thousand dollars that the "what-
on the banks of the Calipooia, opened on youmaycallit stood at 1,000. It was in
, 'fluentially hot. The "Plugs'' turned out
ii 11 r i ! m v . - i -
inscriptive 1,1. t
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE !
' BY "
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Dealers, Albany, Ogn.
W. II. KUHI Ac CO.,
Having just received a Large and well selected
... ; . Stock T'
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS i
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
Hammers, Hammers; .
CITY OF ALBANY
in larsre force, and roduced an excite-
I'ictlres. For a good pc-lure, taken t m(?nt Thjy hung Gounskj: IIopo lie.
in any style you may desire, go to the ?tay huag AW U(lie the weath.
gallery of Mr. J . A. Winter, over Messr. was cxaspetatlngiy furnace-like. The
Thompson & Cos sajqie shop. , i celebration was a credit to i?alem, with
Salem Oil. Messrs. A. Carothers & the exception of the hot weather. Pett
is., druggists of thi city, have llie pure 1 tion th to rocoustruct the
J?alem oil, which they are offering at j Fourth and put it on a coler day. How
$1 SO pergalion. .. i . - ever, ever since its inauguration it has
been a warm day. It ' warmed old
Lots 3 ud 4
4 Lots iu
4 Lots in
Lots 3 and G, in
LoU 5 and C, in
Saws, Saws, Saws,
i and o, isioek iv good boue, 4c. i Saws, Saws, Saws
24 " "
16 house and barn.
44 " "
118 uo improvements.
60 ' "
2 good house.
Elkction Next Tuesday is the day
et for the election of seven Directors of
the W. Y. & C. Mt. W. R. Co. It will
he held at the Court - House at 1 P. M.-1
At the Forks. Sunday last witness
ed a large attcudance at the campmeet
ing in the '-Forks". It was excessively
hot, and everj-body, especially the "little
ones, suffered from the heat."
Friends will please lay all our short
comings, in the newspaper line, this
week, to the ''heated term". It has been
England many years ago. It has been
eutirely "too many" fur other" nations
since. It is the biggest day in the whole
lot by a long chalk. It belongs to us.
Let us cherish it. .
25 feet on First street, iu Block 3, ith a No..
1 Frame Sioro-Iiouse two stories. Rents for
$25 a month.
Lots 2 and 3 in block 3. with jod House and
Barn. Price, $800.
Planes, Planes, Planes,
Planes, Planes, Planes, j
Corss-Cut and JliH Saws, j
Together -with a largo assortment of j
Nails, Nails, Nail.-1,
Nailn, Nails, Nails, ;
Springs, Springs, Springs,
Springs, Spriuns, Springs,
I- ts 1. 2 and 3 in block C lun;c dwelling aud Axles, Thimble-Skcina, Dolts, &.C., fitc.
Also, a well Selected Stock of
Large Stock, of CROCKEitY.-Messrs.
L. C beadle, fc Co., ou First street, have
received an iiumensa stock of all kinds of
crockery no less than five tons. The
attention of customers is directed to this
fact, that they may supply themselves, at
i verv low prices, with every thin they
too hot for physical, let alone mental, ex- j need in te croctery line. The gen-
Lota 5 and 6 in block 130 good house.
For particulars apj.ly to-
eral assortment of the various lines of
FPOKES. HUI!.-. PKN'T niMS,
SHAFT-?, POLES, 1IICKOKY AXLES. ETC.,
All of wl.iclawa are how offering to the public
nt low rates. As we make the business a spec
ialty, we out and will keep a better assortment at
lowe r prices than-any bou3o in this city.
'On. I'p." Pure linseed oil, manu- j gtods kept by them is uuusually full and
factured at Salem Mill, caa bo procured
of Geo. F. : Settlemier, druggist, First
street, Albany, at SI 30 per gallon, tf.
, Cauei.kss. A number of little fel
lows iu a boat on the Calipooia, came near
causing a series of funerals by .their
carelessness. Koys, if you want to make
your exit a success, wait until this "heat
ed term" is over before drowning.
complete, and they will take pleasure in !
showing customers' through their stock, j
As merchants they are accommodating j
and reliable. . ;
The Good Templar. Edited by C.
Beal, Esq., and printed by A. G. Wal
ling, Portland, is a new and creditable
ionriial dpt'oitul tn the - intrpst.4 irtl ihp
, T . ' - , i trip to the Asylum,
order. Price, 1 per annum to Single ; . . : .
subscribers ; To cts to clubs. i Heal Estate Dealer
Insane Mr. Loonoy, an old geutle- i
man, residing uear Rrownsville, was j
brought before his honor, Judge Johns, ;
on Wednesday, charged with being in- j
sane. Drs. Rice and Tate were the ex-
amiui'ug surgeons. He was adjudged r
insane, aud, tn charge of Dept. Sheriff;
John Irvine, took Wednesday's boat for j
Portland." This is his second or third !
NEW JEVCLHY STORE
J. ; TITUS,
Albany, - - ' : : - - Ore iron.
ASKXT rOR THE -CELEBBATKD
American & Swiss Gold & Silver Watches
Of erory description. Direct Importer f
the very best ..
S W I S S -; M A D E WAT CUES,
Uents and Ladles SIzrs.
; i a
Wistar's Wiij CiisaitY Dalsam. i
This Ralsamic compound has become a !
home fixture. .Let all who suffer, and!
j special attftition to the . ucw advertise-
have in vain attempted to cure the
coiiiihs, colds, bronchial or
men t of Win. lavidson, Esq. appearing j
clscwheie in o'urcolumus. Mr. Davidson j
is special agent for a lags amount of
! splendid city and East Portland property, j
pmmonaty : . . . , , , , , , j
r J t nnnsistiuL' of lots, blocks, (louses and I
tores ; also, improves
stores ; also, unproved larms and valuable
Read. Mr. W. S. Driggs keeps an ( it7 ol portlaDd. Mr. D. carries on a Zm
- assortment ol everything iu the station- j ceneral agency business: and persons" j
cry hoe; all kinds of reading matter, ho cntrust tbcir business to his care
etc., etc., and you can't ' employ your
time to more advantage, this hot weather,
than in storing your mind with useful
-. knowledge which is to be gleaned from
works on his shelves.-
- For Lane. A large party talk, of
making a pleasure excursion, to last three
or four weeks, from' this city to the head
waters of the McKibzie We are in
formed by Mr. Gay, a resident of Lane
county, that deer, bear and other email
-game abound there, and trcut can be
caught in unlimited quantities.
T ClIERTtlES TflAXKS. TTo Mr.: Jaa,
Fioluysoa this office is indebted for the
present of a baskctiul of cherries, of the
Blackheait variety. They were the firnt
really splendid dessert fruit we have seen
the present season. He has -the grateful
- thanks of all baud.
' Taken Their Seats. 'All the Coun
ty officers elcet with the exception of
County Judge," assumed the role of office
-on the first of the week.- Judp'G Johns,
on demand being made, refused to ''hand
over the keys" to J. J. Whitney, Esql,
the newly elected County Judge. ' t Judge
-Johns, who has' held the office two yeara,
-contends that he has two years more to
serve before his time is up - lie retains
Mr. Flino as counsel, while Mr. Whitney
retains Messrs. Bellinger & Burmester.
MaRBlED. Three neatly printed
cards, received by us on Friday morning,
conveyed the intelligence that on Tues
day licit our old triend and brother typo,
Win. M. lland, Esq.; editor of the Dalles
JJotaitaincer, would desert the bachelor
club, and become - united in marriage to
Miss Ellen Beach, daughter of Mr. D.
Beach, of (his city. In advance we extend
our congratulations and earnest ( wishes
for a .happy and . united future. .May
their "small caps" , never "run short,"
.. tut may they need them all !
IIot.- The first five days of the pres
ent week were the 'hottest ever' known,
ia!-''oaef continual cease," in Oregon.
During each of these days the thermom
. eter, from 70 to 80 in the morning,
raa up to 93 and 104 in the afternoon.
It has been entirely .too warm for- exer
tion of any kind." - A roiler which we
have used several months, and which was
about as hard as sole leather, melted un
der the heat of Wednesday . If the pres
ent weather holds next week, we Bhall
issue but half a sheet, it being impossible
wWOrVa our office in th fternoons.
- Wj are hoping for a't up" too muohea
will have the same attended to with!
promptness, and in a satisfactory manner
Personal. Judge O. N. Denny, late
of San Jose, Cal., has been visiting the
old homestead in Linn eounty during the
week..---' The Judge will probably tako'up
permanent residence in Portland.
Judge Russell, of Portland, has been
here during the most of the week, attend
ing to biz. He is highly pleased with
his new home in I.
Jos. Henderson, Esq , late graduate of
a New York law school, and a member of
the.! "art . preservative." called on us
Wednesday, en route for Portland, where
he intends to "open shop." Success
Mr. . William Tally returned to his
home ou Wednesday, from a visit of some
weeks in Jackson county. Bill says
everything is lovely out there, the weath
er not being in a melting mood.,
- C." F. Gay, dropped in ou us Friday,
looking well and hearty. Glad to sec
him with us again, even if he can't stay
long. . : . .- , ; -,. ' '
Judge Baber and Dave'Froman, with
their wives, have hied to the cool mount
ain shades. Mr. A. Hanon and others
will try. Tillamook this season.5 Others
have gone or arc . preparing for a trip to
the Soda Springs.
Financial aud Commercial. - -
Legal tenders 89(5,90. - t
'San Francisco markets remain ub
changed for the most part.- Wheat, new
crop, quoted at l 70i 80, old, 1 75
l 85. Oats, California, $1 701 95;
Oregon, $22 10 100 lbs. . .
r ''Albany markets unchanged Busiuees
languid. ' " " " ' " ; ; "'- . . :
A 2 H" 2
ltoceivi'g aud opening a large and splendid
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Which wo xnVr at reduced rates.
i V. II. KUIIJf CO.
In the Monteith Fire-proof Krie'K, l?irst-st.
March 12.-70 27 "
) A. I' A BOTHERS. ! 11. S A I.TM ABSn.
A. CAROTIIERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
AND DEALERS IX
PA I N T S, DYE-STUFFS, OILS
Perfumery, Toilet Goods, &c.
Our Goods are FRESH and
V R K SCBIl'Tl XS ? O M I O IT SUED.
stoju: orf:x PAY ASO SMUT.
Ht Str':-,'. three tiwjm t?htc O'HK'A, ;
; Albany. feb l2'70-2.-?l Orcgrcn. j
I) i; A 1. 1 u is
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Clof.-d out at al.out cost. .
THE FINEST SELKCrtON OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on band.
f., . .'.i :-. 0
VA TCJIES, SI'KCTA CLES f- JE WELR X
San Francisco Prices, . ..
rront-t., Albany,Oei, f i2 Cly-l., Ban Jrrao-
1 " cucu, Lfuiivran.
BL. CbcadlG & Co,,
, , wholrsale and Ktatl T)ealar la -r
Groceries anl Meneral. Mercliandisei,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
MARK GOODS :
'.TLim C . , Atbany, Oregon ; of
XI- O., San Francisco- Cal..
Every Article Sold and all Repairing
Liberal advances made ou consignment.
Wf claim to keep all :. i - f - ;
' FIRST (JUAIIIT OOOUS, J
11 and at priori that defy competition.
A. COW AX.. A. W. STAWAKD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ;
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST ST REKT .v. I.V.. ALBANY.
Tlicy ofTor a large and wel" -'lectod rtook of
STAP1.12 BUY CiOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
In addition to a very large tock, covering ;
everything in the line ol Cottoua, we , ,
- bare a complete assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest style ol Boys and Men's
N0T1CI TO SHIPPERS.
i INTEND 101S("A 'i
General Commission Business
for the purpose of selling
All Kinds of Produce
that tolay W cohsigneJ to flao to sell.
: i. ii Ait cut: vii.ii,
Wilt receive and attend to' a'l orders on me to t
filled in Ban Francisco-. .. ' -
ocfj-itf tl. cmuDia
' " ' ' : ":- -
- GOODS RECEIVED BV"
CLOTHING and PURNISHING GOODS!
wliiuh will be sold for
HATS, CAl'S, BOOTS.' SUOlisi, Ac..
. ' . ' ' ' !
! CASII or TRADE.
i szJtirfs & son,
ELKINS & SON,
' ELKINS & SOW,
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper &
XTIinds, &c, &c.
K.")C.-ial attention i directed to T stock of
IRON AND STEEL
AND . .
WHEAT WAITED !
- 1 s-AT " '
Sixty Cents per Bushel
in trade, or on Book arciKiut,
Lebanon, Orcg'on. i
II A II 13 VV IL 12 ,
A well Selected ftock now on hand, and will
be filled up constantly, aud
SOLO AT REDUCED . RATES.
t Lebanon, Oregon.
I SEW GOODS SMALL PROFITS,
! Ql'ICK SALES? niOSIPT PAY.
E HAVK JUftT RECKIVED A CHOICE
Selection of , -
I U O N AN D , STEEL.
The best aortment kept in the city, and con7
ftantly receiving fresh supplies,
SOLD AT Tim lOWEST RATES'.
a. W. SIGGERS, M. D.
Botanic Physician and Surgeon,
." Thursday's Orgmian contains a letter
from Senator Williams, in regard to tbe
recent railroad controversy, which covers
the .whole ground and -leaves nothing
more to be said on the subject. If the
weather permits,' will - publish it next
' Massacre. At Pekio, Juno 21st, ac
cording to a Cable telegram, a horrible
massacre of christians took place.: ; Count
de Pochechawk, Prench Secretary of Le
gation, and a number of priests aud ' sil
lers of mercy were slaughtered . bj- the
natives. . The Cathedral was burned, and
a number of Russians killed, r- -
Kaileoad' MATTiES lh railroad
will be graded as far '.as 5a!rii by fth
last of Julj, if is thought, ;
C1 nAKUATE OF THE PHYSIO-MEDICAL
W or Curtis Collefro. of Cincinnati, Objo.
Employs in practice neither Mercury, Arscuic,
Morphine- or any other poison, but Telies on such
agents aa t iu barmouy with life, and aro en
OFFICE In rarrisU's ..brick, over tbo post
Residence Water street, below I'ierce'a ferry.
Albany, April SO, 1870-34 V
w.-s. Diners, -.; ;
CITY NEWS DEPOTi
Front street, Albany, Oregon. '
HAS JUST OPENED A - FIRST-CLASS
. . NEWS .DEPOT od .
ST A T I ONEKI STOR K, !
Where at all times will bo found the latest Pori-
. odicals, Magazines, Xcwspapers, Duoks of;
all kinds, Writing. Paper, every variety,
all kinds and sizes of Envelopes, ;
and tho most beautiful .
This stock bas been selected with great care, and
nona but First-class articles are kept. Ooods
received direct troin au Francisco by every
steamer. - 5Ka Terms moderate. . i
Givomeacall. W. S. DRIGGSi . ,
Albany, April 9, 70.-31-ly. ' !
All who waut bargain? give me a call.
Albany, March 5, lfc7U-26. ; .,
MA CHINERY i
OF ALL KIND?,
it'. xs i i it, x
; -v- : - : .
BEARD & COLVER.
SPRING AND'SUMMER GOODS,
Imported direct frm Xew York via the.
Pacific' JRailroad, aud cau, . for Ouli or Produoc,
give customers bargain equal to any firm in Al
bany. All of our stock is bought at the ,. '
i.o wes r rA s it rnic e. .
i Buv of " ,
3I2Xljt.xx!3 cto Son,
DHY GOOD?,' UOOT3 '& SnOES,"
.1 G 11 O U K It I K S ,
BIarlvare, Kron and Steel,
-. -' '-.;-'.- At t -. - ' - '
. ALBANY "TRICES,
a:i:nAIi II HIV Alti:! j For all that may be ollered
Which is tho largest aud most complete this Side
You aro Invited to call and examine our gd
Tho highest market price in cah paid for
Wool, Bacon and . I-ard !
Oct. 30, 1S69-8
A. COWAN A CO.
SHOULD EE LOOKED TO SOON.
Persons Laviug the
Wheeler & Mclick liUidlcsa Chain
. Threshers, :
can have them repaired so they will clean the
grain us well as any Thresher, and clean as much
as their power mill thresh. ; '
MADE TO ORDER ONLY. In abort, all other
Agricultural Machines and implements mada and
-repaired. . ,
Wo are completing arrangements to manufac
ture Seed Sowers, Sulkey and (lung Plows, of the
best patterns now in use. . .
gBr All work warranted made of the boat
Shop on corner ofWashington and Secoud-sts.,
Albany, Oregon. , ZSm'4 .
May 28, 1S70. .
The standard remedy for Goaghs, Influenza,
SVr Throat, MTkonpiruf ' Cough, ' Croup, ' Liacr
Complaint, Bronchitis, Bltdiny of the Lmjn, and
every affection or the Throat, Lungs and Chest,
including CONSDMPTIOX. .
-.Wistar's Balsam dees not dry up a Cough,
bat loosens it; cleanses the lungs, and allays irrl'
tat ion, thus removing the emu of the- complaint.
Kooe genuine no lets signed I. Bctts. Prepared
by Suth W. Fowle A Son, Boston. Cold by
Rediugton, Hostetter & Co., Ean Francisco, and
by dealers generally.-. - AlyTO
, . IVotice.
MY WIFE, Amanda Kester, having loft my
. bed aad beard, 1 hereby warn all persons
sot to narbof o tsMVbe ca my eoea-unl, a I
wUi pay no debts ooatratd by her.
..... - . j. KESTKKi
:" Albsny, Jue th, T0-4ow4 " s . r !
: ; IIAIIVEIS' IXEAOEIt !
-'i Aod all kinds of
Agricultural Imjilem'ts &3Iachines
... ,' Qu hand ad fof aalo by
; , . ELAIH, YOVJTO i. CO.,
STITZEL & UPTON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,! Ig PrBLLSHED EVERY SATURDAY,
A "Weekly , Newspaper,-, .
Contaisittf 28 colam f mattor,
G K N 15 11 A L A GENT S.
Albany, Oregon, :
J. C. MHJfDESiIIAI.1,, - Agent,.
GENERAL LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
Established July. ' 108. An office where
iruueral information concerning the resources of
Uregon can bo obtained free of charge. ..j:
i.oans nejioiiatctt w nrst ivioiTgage, iveai r.s,
tate and Collateral Securities. We have for sale
a. lareu amount of property located ia the town
of Albany. -Also, Farming lands, of every dea-J
criptioa, located ja Linn aud other counties in
this State. ,; - . , : ...... .
In the City of Albany
Wholesale .and Retail..
" highest ..rntcE fAu roa .. . - -EGG
S, B U T T EE, E T C.r E T C
. N. P. All persons owing ns will at once come
forward and pay up, so as to begin new accounts.
. L ELKINS A PON. '
Lebanon, April J. 70.-ouu0
BET ON THE ELECTION!
May 38, '?n-38
..1 J- C. MENDENHALL,
Notary ,Pbl ic,
... ALBANY, t : : ."i ORSGOSf.
TT-; EOAL INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS
JLi made and attested. , Coaveyaaeea and eol-
toouons attended to.
a UgMniag FlyHiller,
I asad of anything of tba kisd. Handy wtd
efcepi; Try it. ftold by th Irugfie's, .AlmH
Any ouc who wants to win can do so by
- calling ou
If . O. II1X.L. Ac SON,
i ., ,i ; . . . r.
WHO, thankful for past patronage, still in
vite tho attention of Linn cou'uty H al., to
tneir unequalled stocK ot ,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CIIEMlCAlA
TAINT & VARNISH BRUSHES, .
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, "
-' " TTL U S S ES
FANCY' AND - TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Agents for Dr. D. Jayae & Son's preparations,
JI. H. II. Horse Medioines, etc.
. Do you like medicine for its' bitter sir' nauseat
ing taste? We have that description. Do yon
want the effect with an aromatic taste ? After
taking a few doses of our Elixir, 'twill be so very
pleasant that your prejudices ;
! Must sorely torn awry;, .v . vi
and the preparation ....
Will lose the name e phyeio.
(tiut not the eticot.) i '"-
. Physicians and customers from" the- country
may rest assured that their orders will bo prompt
ly attended to. Prescriptions carefully aad -cor.
Have you the impol ite guest called a coro T We
sell Corn Slayer," which snrely does the work,
without pain. Do you desire a book of any sintf,
a fiiold Pea, an Album. Stationery, or Bach? W.
S. Driggs is with ris, for the accommodation of
all Tavoring bim with a call.
10 you want a fine Watch, a aet of Jewelry,
cheap or dear ? J. D. Titus sells the same, under
the same roof. " '.
Coaie and see ok Boy a Book. Boy a Witts.
Buy a f Ul. Buy sonjeUung or nothing, bat eon
and sea us, anyway. A well tsriakbtd Aotr aad
cool drink of -ts the sonuaer, and waan
store sarroasdAd by comfortab chairs la winter
ceaataatJy kept for the aneommodatjon of all.i
A'.baav, May I4,..'T3 , . . . i
y.v AurAxcE, .'
"LOCAL ITEMS"' made a SPECIALTY.
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 you 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-,
tablisbed, and the office so well furnished for giv
ing information upon Real Estate, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business iu our line. .
- 2EtT" Yon incur no expense in placing your
property on salo with us unless a sale is made. ;
Office on First street, opposite Poat-Office.
JOHN C. NKNDENHALL. Ageut.
Albany, Ogu., March 23, 1870. 29tf. "r
STITZEL A UPTON. . -i
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J. C. MESDEM1AIX, Agent, C,
Office First st opposite Post Office, Albany. Ogs.
ATE for sale in the citt f Albaav. adesira-i
Me Homestead, Lots I, I, t and , corneTi
Third, Fourth and Elsworth streets, one tf the
bust tocalitios In the city. V A good. one and half
story bouse, with all other oonreniences. a.pply
to J. C. MEN DEN HALL, Agent..
" Albany, Oregon
"star;; picture qallery i y
BROWNSVILLE, t t OREGON,
HAS BEEN REFITTED WITH SKYLIOHT
of the latest style, and the operating room
with instruments of .- -r t ,, .......
STRICTLY Flit ST CLASS MAKE I
with a choice stoejc of Materials,- Chemicals, te.,
direct from Philadelphia. Our work shall recom
mend itself. . . ''.',.''..'...',-."":'
- Pictures from Ring to Life lite, at the lowest
prices.'" - ... .-,
Special facilities for taking Family Groups aad
ouj.jiug i Kiurei. . usu ana see specimens.
- J. H. TEMPLETON,
PETER HUME. .' ;
firmt etrt, (oppoeiH Parrith Jk To.s Crry
Albany x s Oregon.
. la the Drug Store will-be found a fall assort
ment of Drugs, Pat cut Medicines,. Perfumery .
T 1 . ' I . ,. a. . t . J
xaiuis, vus, sc., so. &tso, ooai aoa station
ery. ''''." .' "
tCO School Books mada a snecialtv.
Dr. Rowland bas obarge, aad may be consulted
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