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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1870)
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SATURDAY, AUGUST- 6, 1870.
Subscribers finding an X after tUeir name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are invited to renew their
uuwripuuns. lcrma per annum, in advance:
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
Ten Years in "Wall Street.
Mrs. Millctt has laid on our table a work
bearing the above title, for which she is
now soliciting subscribers in this State.
It is a well written, neatly bound, and
handsomely illustrated work, containing
. 536 pages, just issued from the press,
and has already attained a wide circula
tion; ' From its pages you can learn all
about the meaning of such terms as puts,
calls, flyers, bulls, bears, turns, washes,
tc; how the great panics in gold are
uianaged ; the mysteries of tho "gold
room" j the rise and fall of the gold and
tock market, and many other things of
, interest counected with Wall street. It
also contains biographical sketches of the
great money kings, Yanderbilt, Jerome,
Drew, Jay Gould, Jas. Fisk, Jr., and
toiaoy others. It is -decidedly the most
Refreshing book ot the season it "knocks
Runaway at Lebanon. On last
Monday, at Lebanon, Mr. Wm. S. Elkins
and wife were considerably hurt by the
running away of a team. Mrs. Elkins
had just got into the wagon, and Mr.
Elkins was hitching the last trace, when
the horses started. Mr. E. jumped for
the lines, but succeeded in getting hold
of but one, to which he held until it was
forced from his grasp. He was dragged
a considerable distance, when the wagon
passed over his right foot, fracturing
some of the bones, causing a. painful
wound, which will compel hkn to go
on crutches for some time. Mrs. Elkins
got over the spring seat into the wagon
bed, and rolled out at the rear end of the
wagon, falling on her head and shoulders.
When picked up she was insensible, but
soon revived upon receiving proper at
tention, and was found, beyond receiving
some pretty severe bruites upon the face
and shoulders, not to have received any
serious damage. The team ran at full
speed some two miles out on the prairie,
carrying part of the wagon with them,
and, with the exception of breaking a
doubletree, neither horses or wagon were
damaged by the fracas. Under the treat
ment of Dr. Odell, of. Lebanon, Mr.
the spots ofTn all of 'em." Mrs. Millett
will canvass this city next week, and we
advise every one, to subscribe for the : Elkins is getting along finely.
most entertaining and instructive work
yet offered for their perusal. , 1
Splendid Map. Just now a reliable
map of the scene of war is a most desir
able attainment. To get the correct
names of the points where battles are
i ought, aud for other valuable informa
tion sought by. the general public, who
are deeply interested in all that relates
to tho Franco Prussian war, we can un
hesitatingly recommend Lloyd's Map of
Europe and North America, a double
map. On one side is a full and accurate
map of Europe, and on the reverse, the
North American continent. It is. the
most complete, fullest aud handiest for
reference, in the map line, that has yet
been published. Our townsman, John
Smith, Esq., has them for sale, and
he will be pleased to furnish, already for
hanging, any number of these superior
maps, to those of our citizens who wish
to post themselves in the geography of
the country, now swarming with armed
legions on bloody war intent..
Personal. We received a call from
Mr. S. M. Holdredge, general agent for
the -New England Life, of Boston, on
Tuesday. Mr. II. is a very pleasant gen
tleman, and is an able advocate of the
interest he represents. The New Eng
land, he informs us, is flourishing, daily
gaining in popularity and prosperity.
Mr. J. M. Morehead, traveling agent
for the Singer Sewing Machine Manufac
turing Co., dropped in on us on Monday.
He is introducing the manufactures of
the Co. on this c ast.
Gov. I3allard,late of Idaho, arrived in
bis city on Tuesday He intends mak
ing this his futuie home here.
Dr. D. T. Morgan, of San Francisco,
lectured on the "disease of the eye and
its treatment," at the Court House, on
Mr. Bellinger, late editor of the Dem
ocrat, and Mr. Burmester, his law part
ner, propose to leave this city shortly for
Portland, there to enter into the practice
f law. We wish them the fullest suc
cess in their new home.
Jewelry Clocks. Mr. Titus has
received, during the week, a fine assort
ment of the latest styles of jewelry, to
which he calls the attention of the ladies
and gentlemen of Linn. -He has also
received a new assortment of clocks, and
now has almost any size and priced clock
that the public may need. His fair
dealing and low prices has given him an
enviable reputation throughout this por
tion of the valley.
Mrs. Geo. Vernon died suddenly, at her
residence about eight miles south of this
city, on Thursday night of last week.
She retired at the usual hour, apparently
in good health, and was found to have
expired, some time during the night, by
her children, who attempted to wake her
the next morning. Mr. Vernon was ab
sent from home, harvesting, on the night
in question. She is supposed to have
died of heart disease.- She leaves four
Wanted. 'r. E. Cartwright, at the
Froman Buildings, wishes to purchase
150,000 bushels of wheat. He gives
notice also that he has on hand 50,000
sacks for those who sell or store grain
with him. Those who have contracted
their flax seed to the Pioneer Oil Co.,
are requested to call at the same place !
for sacks. Head his ad. this morning.
M - lie Still Uvea! ..'
As the earth revolves around on its
axis once in twenty-four hours, the Sun
shines by day, the Moon and Stars by
night, and the seasons come in. their
turn, Spring, Summer, Autumn and
Winter j as we are running from the
cradle to the grave, reaching ; for some
hand in the distance; stepping to gain a
toothold on some vessel tar out at sea,
swiftly flying still further from us, and
trying to live, so does the young man
from Wisconsin, M. PEARSON, still
live, and still continue to do business in
Albany, Ogn., and feels thankful for past
favors and patronage, which nerves his
heart on to a greater effort to accommo
date his many customers, and to sell them
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, of
which he has a very good'stock on hand,
cJieap for cash or produce. The young
man from Wisconsin, M. PEARSON,
still lives, and is always ready to buy,
sell, swap or dicker, at Cheadle's old
stand, corner of First and Broadalbin
streets, Albany. 6w.
Watches. For an assortment of gold
and silver watches, all sizes and prices,
go to J. D. Titus' new jewelry store. He
has got the fullest assortment ever brought
That Enemy op Mankind, Consump
tion ! can be cured ; but it is far better
to prevent the cruel disease from fasten
ing itself on the system, by the timely
use of a remedy such as Dr. Wislars
Balsam of WUd Cluerry affords.
"Oil Up." Pure linseed oil, manu
factured at Salem Mill, can ho procured
of Geo. F. Settlemier, drurrist, First
street, Albany, at 1 30 per gallon, tf
Medical. Owing to the fact of the
Americau Medical Association meeting in
San Francisco next May, the Physicians
should take prompt measures to secure a
full attendance. Therefore it is proposed
that all graduates of -Medicine in good
standing in Linn, Polk, Yamhill and Ma
rion counties, meet in Salem on Monday
August the 15th, at 10 J. o'clock p. i.,
for the purpose of organizing a Union
financial and Commercial.
Legal tenders 84S53.
San Francisco quotations as follows :
Flour Oregon extra, from old wheat,
quotable at $CG 50, " and Oregon
superfine at S55 25.
Wheat The market rules steady, and
quotations are : Prime shippiug, cl SO
(h S2J ; fair, SI 75; good to choice
milling, for local use, 1 801 90.
Oats California are held af 1 ,40
SI GO, nominal.
Onions Quotable at 90cl 15.
While quotations remain at 75 cents,
good wheat readily commands 80 cents
per bushel in this market.
No other changes ' noted.
Public Sales. S. M. Pennington,
Esq., the administrator of the estate of
Isaiah Mercier, deceased, will sell at pub
lic outcry, on the 10th day of September,
lot 5 in block 10, and lot 2 in block 16,
in this city. Both lota are valuable. See
Also, Messrs. Hiram Smith and John
Martin, executors, will sell two valuable
tracts of land, in township 15, belonging
. to the estate of the late Thomas Martin,
-on Tuesday, the 6th day of September, at
-the Court House door in this city. For
particulars see new advertisement else
where. Also, Jane Cline, guardian, will sell, on
the 10th day of September, three acres of
land in the original donation land claim
of Geo. Cline, in , this county. Terms,
Old and New. W. E. Loomis, news
agent of San Francisco, sends us a new
magazine entitled as above. - A glance
through its pages convinces us that it is a
first class monthly, deserving well of the
reading public. It numbers among its
contributors some of the' best talent in
America, among whom we mention
Beecher, Chadwick,' ' Emerson, James,
Stebbins, gentlemen all well known to
fame, and, among its lady contributors,
Emma Converse, MA. Dodge, L. P.
Hale, and man; others. It is furnished
to subscribers at i per year, by H. O.
Houghton & Co., Boston, Mass.-
A Handy Calendar. We are under
obligations to Mr. J. C. Mendenhall, Real
Estate and Insurance agent ol this city,
for so me thing new, neat and handy in
the shape of a calendar. ' It is issued by
the Union Fire Insurance Co. of San
Francisco, and is ahead of anything we
have yet seea in the line. v
Corvallis College -Some one has
forwarded us a catalogue of the Corvallia
College, being the fifth issued by that
institution. The attendance during the
last College year was very favorable in
deed, and we should judge the institution
ras in a most flourishing condition.'
Homestead Lots. Judge Thornton
has had those homestead lots surveyed,
just across the river in Benton, and is
now offering them, through Mr. JVC.
Mendenhall, Real Estate agent or-this
city, for sale at 120 each. Each lot
contains six acres, and will prove valua
ble property in the future.
Brief Items. Mr. John Briggs, of
the Old Stove Store, is preparing for win
ter by re-roofing his shop, and otherwise
improving its looks.
Mr. Gradwohl, on corner of First and
Ferry, has as neat and tastily arranged
stock of goods as are to be found iu the
city. - .
M r. Brenner has boxed up and shipped
his stock of goods to Brownsville, where
he intends doing business hereafter. Suc
cess to the old boy.
Messrs. Montgomery & Bartzges lost a
valuable horse last week. Mountain
fever "was the matter of it." :
. The St. Charles, under the management
of Mr. H. Brenner, is a big success.
. Our "job work" has kept us rushing
during the week.
J. C. Mendenhall; Esq.,' has removed
his real estate office into the second story
of the Parrish brick, where those who
wish to purchase or sell real estate should
The new picket fence around Court
"Houso block is nearly finished, and looks
Repairing "street crossings and side
walks the order of the week.
Read B. Brenner's new ad.
Persons who wish, can have the Reo--
ister Extra left at their places of busi
ness or residences, issued every day
(Sunday excepted), for the sum of twenty
five cents per week. It will contain a
digest of the latest war news, received at
9 o'clock each morning. ; i "
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is no
Patent Medicine humbug gotten up to
dupe the ignorant and credulous,' nor is
it represented as being "composed of
rare and precious substances, . brought
from the four corners of tho eath, car
ried seven times across the Great Desert
of Saharab, on the backs ' of fourteen
camels, and brought across the Atlantic
Ocean on two ships." It is a mild, sooth
ing, pleasant Remedy, a perfeet Specific
for Cbronic Nasal Catarrh, "Cold in the
head," and kindred diseases. The
proprietor, R. V. Pierce, M. D., of Buff
alo, N. Y.,(whose private Government
Stamp is on every pakage of the Genu
ine,') offers a reward of $500 for j a case
of Catarrh he cannot cure. For sale by
druggists. Sent by mail," postpaid, for
sixty cents. Address the proprietor as
above. , '
.Wheat Receipts For the week
ending August . 4th, are as follows '
Magnolia Mills, 4,660, bushels and 57
pounds; Albany Steam . Mills, 2,763
bushels and 59 pounds.
1, , IS ii she Is ol Wheat
"ITTASTED at the FROMAN' BCILDIXGS.
y V 511,000 sacks for the farmers who store or
sell to us."
Flax seed contractors of ttio Pioneer Oil Co.,
wi';l call on as for sacks.
Albany, August 6, 1S70.
B- BRENNER, tfAVIXa KOCGIIT OUT
a the iu teres t of Senders, Sternberg A Co.
iu their Brownsville store, intends moving his.
stock t goods from this city t Brownsville im
mediately. lb being the case, bo wishes MI
those indebted to him, either by note or account,
to call at bis store and pay the same, within EIGHT
days from this date, or he will be compelled to
enforce payment according to law.
1J. 15Kr. Jilt.
Albany, August 5, 1870-4St2
Guardian's Sale of Real Instate.
fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT, IN"
13( pursuance of au order of tho County Court
of the county of Linn, State of Oregon, made on
the 2d day of August, -1S70, in the matter of the
estate of Thomas J. Cline, minor, the underpinned,
Guardian of said minor, will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash, subject to the
value of permanent improvements placed thereon
by J. I.. HarrU A Co., on
Saturday, the 10th -day of September,
1870, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4
o'clock P. M. of said day, at the Court House
door, in tbe city of Albany, in said Linn county,
State of Oregon, the undivided one-half of three
(3) acres of land in the extreme northeast corner
of the original donation land claim of George
Cline, in Linn connty, State of Oregon.
TERMS OF SALE Cash, U. S. gold coin,
Dated, August 2, 1876.
Aug. 6-48w4 Guardian.
Executor's Sale of Keal Property.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, Hiram Smith and John F.
Martin, Executors of the estate of Thomas Mar
tin, deceased, in pursuance of an order of Couuty
Court in and for Linn county, Oregon, made at
the August term thereof, 1870, will sell at public
auction, in froct of the Court House door in the
city of Albany in said county, on the
6th day of September, A. D. 1870,
at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following- de
scribed real property belonging to said estate,
Beginning at the northwest corner of W. H.
McCully's, land claim No. 41, Not. No. 2973,
thence rnnning south 56 rods, thence running in
a northerly direction with the county road 132
rods to a point, thence west 105 rods to the place
of beginning, containing twenty acres, more or
less. Also, the following described tract of land,
"Beginning at the southeast corner of Claim No.
41, Not. No. 2973, thence west 13 96.100 chains,
thence north 28 65.100 chains, thence east 13
96.100 chains, thence south 1 15' west 28 21.100
chains to place of beginning, containing forty acres,
more or less," both of said tracts of land being
situated in Tp 15 S K 4 West Will., meridian, in
Linn county, Oregon.
TERMS OF SALE Gold coin of the V. S.,
one-half cash in hand, the balance in six months,
secured by mortgage on the premises.
Dated, August 3, 1S70.
- HIRAM SMITH,
JOHN F. MARTIN", .
Aug. 6, 1870-4wn4S i Executors.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
"Tb-TOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, IN
J3l pursuance of an order of the County Court
of Linn conn ty, State of Oregon, made on the
second day of August, 1870, in the matter of the
estate of Istiah Mercier, deceased, the undersign
ed, .Administrator of the estate, will sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, U. S.
gold coin, in aifferent parcels, on
Saturday, the 10th day of September,
1870, between the borfrs of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4
o'clock P. M., of said day, at the Court House
door in the city of Albany, In Linn county, Ore
gon, the following described real property, to-wit-
Lot No. 5 in block No. 10, and lot No. 2 in
block No. 16, in the city of Albany, Linn county:
State of Oregon, as known and described upon
the town plat of said city of Albany, now on file
in the office of tbe Clerk of said Linn county.
TERMS OF SALE One-half in gold coin
down ; the residue in gold coin, oh credit of six
months, with ten per cent per annum, secured by
note and mortgage on the premises sold. -
Dated, Augusts, 1870.' '
; S. M. PENNINGTON,
.ag. 8, l70-48w4 . ! .
TEL E Gr RAPHIC.
SPECIAL TO THE REGISTER.
Dates to August 1st. '
New York, August 2. Dispatches
report a naval engagement on Wednesday
last, at the mouth of the river Elbe.
Vienna, Aug. 2. Austria is mobil
izing fifty thousand men to watch Bohe
Brussels, Aug. 2. Met correspon
dence asserts that the great battle will
be fought by Monday at farthest.
London. Auk- 2. The war news this
morning is meagre and unimportant.
The impression prevails that the arrival
of the French fleet from the Baltic alone
prevents the Prussians advancing through
France to Paris.
Advices received by telegraph from
Prussian headquarters on the Rhine, up
to 3 o'clock P. M. yesterday. There
had been no general ecgagement up to
that hour. Scouting parties and skirm
ishers from both armies continually raid
ing into each other territory. r
The presence of the immense armies
on ' the frontiers of France and the
lthenish provinces, give rise to serious
apprehensions of famine,. To avoid
impoverishing the theatre of war, the
Emperor draws all his army supplies
from a distance, by railway. '--'
" The Dauntless will not compete for
the Queen's cup.
Berlin, Aug. 2. The scene of the
departure of King William was one of
the wildest enthusiasm and loyalty.
Paris, Aug. 2. Official dispatches
announce that an engagement took place
at 11 o'clock. The French took the of
fensive, crossed the Prussian lines, drove
the enemy from their batteries on the
outskirts of Saarbrucken, aud speedily
captured the town.
The Emperor and Prince both took
part in the engagement.
Freiich loss very -slight. No further
Rumors in relation to the neutrality of
Austria and Italy premature. An alii
ance between Denmark and France is
forming. Italian troops will enter Rome
on the plea of protection, as soon as Na
poleon's troops are withdrawn from that
King William is at Mayence ; Napo
leon at Metz.
Berlin, Aug. 3. King William, upon
his arrival at Mayence, issued a procla
mation to the Army of Germany, assum
ing commandership in chief.
London, Aug. 3. More details of
the Saarbrucken affair received. The
fight began at 11 o'clock yesterday. The
French passed the frontier iu force. The
Prussiaus were driven from their stroug
position by the artillery fire of the
French. The latter remained masters of
the position, which was won without
serious loss. The Emperor and Prince
Imperial witnessed the conflict, and then
returned to Metz for dinner.
It is generally admitted by the French
that their hesitancy sacrificed the advan
tages they possessed at tha outset of the
campaign. An early start might have
overwhelmed Germany, but now the
French are compelled to act fa the "de
Philadelphia, Aug. 3. The arrest
of one of Nathan's murderers is deemed
probable to-day. - A man whose shirt and
stockings were bathed in blood, was track
ed home from New York. Upon his ar
rest and his person searched, two or three
diamonds were found upon bim.
Yreka, Aug. 3. Warm, the mercu
ry up to 107 in the shade. -
Portland, Aug. 3. Thermometer
marks 97 in the shade.
Paris, Aus. 3. A combat has. taken
place on the Baltic between the French
and Prussian fleets. Two Prussian gun
boats are reported captured.
The French land forces are advaneing.
Five hundred thousand rations are issued
daily for the French army.
The King of Italy will protect Rome.
Symptoms of trouble in London, to oc
cur on the occasion of the approaching
celebration, are announced.
13,000 reinforcements leave Madrid
for Cuba immediately.
The delay on both sides in opening
the campaign, after the armies were in
readiness, is attributed to the renewal on
the part of Napoleon, of propositions for
peace, which were' formally refused to
day by Bismarck., The French Gov
ernment is preparing au answer to the
last dispatch of Bismarck.
The Crown Prince of Prussia, Freder
ick William, remains in command. He
will not take command of the South Ger
man army as reported.
Paris, Aug. Dispatches from the
Emperor, on the field, confirm the report
of the capture of Saarbrucken.
Tho new French gun was operated
with deadly effect.
A correspondent of the London Ifeic
says the war enthusiasm is dying out in
London, Aug. 3. England is ship
ping 15,000 horses daily to tho continen,
from whence they are immediately sent
to the German frontier. ; ' ..';;
Considerable indignation is manifested
at Gladstone's peace policy.: ;
New York, Aug 3. The Herald1
special says there has been hard fighting
to-day at Weissberg. A large force of
Prussians advanced ten miles into French
territory, destroying miles of railroad.
The French were driven from the field,
and the Prussians now occupy - their
camps. Gen. Qenlerol was killed, and
500 wounded French prisoners fell into
the hands of the Prussians.- Loss of the
Prussians reported heavy. The Crown
Prince led-tbe Prussians in person'. -
STILL RUSHING 8-1.
NEW JEWELRY STORE
J. . TITUS,
Albany, - - - - Oregon.
AQEMT FOR THB CELEBRATED
American & Swiss Gold & Sifter Watches
Of every description. Direct Importer of
the very best I
SWISS MADE -WATCHES,
Gents and Ladles Sizes.
. j -
THE FINEST SELECTION OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on hand.-
WATCHES. SPECTACLES & JEWELRY
AT . .
San Francisco Prices.
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Every Article Sold and all (Repairing
We claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS,
14 and at prices that defy competition.
A. COWAN'. A. nr. STAKARD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET... ALBANY.
They offer a large and well ilected stock of
STAPLE JBUX CJOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash oi Iroci.c
In 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 Boy3' and Men's
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS !
HATS, CAPS, ROOTS. SHOES, Ac.
Carpet, W all-Paper, Paper
Blinds, &.C., &c.
Especial attention is directed to our stock of
IKON AND STEEL
Wbivh is the largest and most couplet til id side
You are invited to call and examine our goods
The highest market price in ca--h paid for
Wool, On coo and Lard !
Oct. 30, 1869-8
A. COWAN A CO.
STITZEL & UPTON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
A K D !
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J. C. MENDENHAtB, - - Agent,
GENERAL LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
Established July, 1863. An office where
general information concerning the resources of
Oreson can be obtained free of charge.
Loans negotiated on first Mortgage, Real Es
tate and Collateral Securities. We have for sale
a large amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of erery des
cription, located in Linn and other counties in
this State. I
To the citisens of Albany and vicinity, and to
the owners of Real Eatato : 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 yon 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 the office so well furnished for giv
ing information upon Real Estato, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in our line. :
& You incur no expense in placing your
property on sale with us unless a sale is mado.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Office.
JOHN C. MENDENHALL. Agent.
Albany, Ogn., March 23, 18T0j 29 tf.
STITZEL A UPTON,
HEAL ESTATE BllOKEliS,
J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
Offiee First st opposite Post Office, Albaay, Ogn.
HAVE for sale in the city of Albany, a desira
ble Homestead, Lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, corner
Third, Fourth and Elsworth streets, one f the
best localities in the city. A good one and thalf
story houso, with all other conveniences. JUppiy
to J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
"STAR" PICTURE GALLERY!
BROWNSVILLE, : " : : OREGON,
HAS BEEN REFITTED WITH SKYLIGHT
of tbe latest style, and the operating room
with instruments of '
STRICTLY FIBST CLASS MAKE 1
with a choico stock of Materials,. Chemicals, Ae.,
direct from Philadelphia. Our work shall recom
mend itself. j .
; Pictures from Ring to Life size, at the lowest
prices. i '
Special facilities for taking Family Groups and
copying Old Pictures. Call and see specimens.
J. II. TEMPLETON,
l PETER HUME.
In the Drag Store will be fonnd a full assort
ment of Drugs, Patent- Medicines, Perfumery,
Paints, Oils, Ac, Ac Also, Books nd Station
ery. . ,, ,
SSl. School Books made a specialty.
: Dr. Rowland lias charge, and may be consulted
professionally at any time. t . ,
Post Office building, Brownsville, Oregon.
April 20, '70-33 PETER HUME.
To Whom It Kay Concern I
G H. BABER is my Legal Agent duriug
SAM CEL DENNY. -Albany,
March 15, W0.-?8-3w.
Front-it., Albaay. Ogn. 1 120 B AFrw-
R.. Cbeadlo 2 Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Groceries ail Meneral Mercliaiiiise)
FORWARDING .A COMMISSION
Care of '
Xj 0. Albany, Oregon ; or
lit.. XD.9 Sn Fraocievo, Cal.
Liberal advance made on consignments.
NOTICr TO SHIPPERS. -
I INTEND DOING A
General Commission Business
for the purpose of selling
All Kinds of Produce
that may be consigned to me to sell.
-AJLto .xx3T , Oregon
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in San Francisco.
oct9-&tf K. CHGAULU.
GOODS RECEIVED BY -
which will be sold for .
CASH or TRADE.
WHEAT. WANTED I
' AX 1
Sixty Cents pr Bushel
In trade, or on Book account.
For all that ittay le offered
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CITY NEWS DEPOT,
, Front street, Albaay, Oreg
HAS JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLASS
NEWS DEPOT flkd
Where at all times will be found the latest Peri
' odicals, Magasines, Newspapers, Books of
all kinds, Writing Paper, every rariety,
all kinds and sizes of Envelopes,
' ., and the most beautiful
: PBOTOdft APBIO AI.80U1
This stock bas befen selected with great care, and
none but First-class artioles en kept, tjoeda
received direct from San Francisco by every
steamer. 'iva. Terms moderate.
Give me a eaU. W. S. D&IQOS.
' Albany, April S, M.-M-ly. .,,,..;'
la ahead of anything of the kind.- Handy and
cheap. .. Try it. Sold by the Dm jr gists. -i?ra?
A Weekly Nswbpapm, .
Containing" &S eel a me ef matter,
IS PUBLISHED EVSRT SATtJHDAT.
In tbe City of Albany,
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Six months..... t-
LOCAL ITEMS" made a 6PECIALTT.
first itrtet, (oppotit Parruk Co? store
HAVING a very fair assortment ef materia!
we are prepared to execute, with neatness
and dispatch, ell kinds of
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' of all kinds,
at aa lew fnre as a dae regard V teste and gooi
work will allow. . When you went anything In
tbeprintlns line, eall at the Beoisrxa offlee.