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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1870)
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1870,
A Uarhaix. Mr. P. Home, of Brownsville, !
ishing to change his business, offers his fine
stock of drugs for sale on easy terms. Browns-
i ville has heretofore had the reputation of being
' one of the liveliest towns in the State, and as this
e , .7 e . v v.;. -n ! portion of the State expands with the new lito iu-
Sabscnbers finding an X after their name will i !-,. . . . , .. .
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms S3 per annum, in advance;
aix months. 52 ; three montns, 51-
bringing population and capital among us, so
will Brownsville be renewed nnd strenetheneJ
and increase in population and wealth. Persons
wishiue to invest in the firmr business, nr refer-
: i red to Mr. Hume's card in this issue.
( Circuit Cocrt Pkoceepisc.s. A special term !
of the Citcuit Court was held on Tuesday the 16th
inst., J udge Boise presiding. This term was held j
for the trial of the case of the State of Oregon in ;
the relation of John J. Whitney, relator, and S. ;
A. Johns, defendant, the action beiug to deter- j
mine which of the parties in the caso is entitled to ;
the office of County Judge of this eountv. The
history of the rase is briefly, that tho Hon. Burr 1
.Morris died, the incumbent of the office of Count v
Judge, in September. 1S66, and the vacancy was
filled by tho appointment of Hon. E. R. Ocarv to
tn position by tho Governor. At the general
election in Juue,lSt'S. the defendant, J. A. Johns.
was elected County Judge, and at the expiration
of the term for which Judge Morris had been
chesen, on the first Monday in Juno. 1670. the
relator, John J. Whitney, was elected to said '
office by tho people. Judge Johns refuses to sur- ,
render the office, claiming that he was elected for :
a full term of four years, which will not expire
till Juue, 1S72. The cae was ably conducted by
the counsel of both parties, and has elicited much
interest. Messrs. Burmester and Williams ap
peared tor the relator, and Messrs. Cranor and
Strahn for the defendant. Judge Boi?e has the
ease under advisement, and his decision is looked
for in a few days. Among the legal gentlemen
present we observed Judges Thayer and Burnett.
Hf Corvalls, aud Pistnct Aitoruev Butler, of
IVJieiik's the Arm-iioi.es! A friend of ours
. imi ordered a pair of pants at the tailors, giving
the latter to understand that he was in no hurry
for them. Short!..- after ordering them he found
it necessary to make a trip to the metropolis, aud
of cours; wanted the now patils l. wear. Accom
panied by a frieud ho is somewhat celebrated
for his ra iny practical jokes, lie drove up to the
tailor's in his buggy, ntnlrs Irs friend was about
getting out. he requested him us a favor to sny
to the. tailor that he wanted those pants finished
by a certain day. The friend promised t J attend
to the matter. 'and with a face as long as that of
a horse, he called on the taiior and informed him
that she gentleman who had ordered those pants
wanted tnem right away, and as he was going on
a hunt he wanted them cut six inches shorter in
th leg, so tbey could be ''foxed' at the bottom.
and the cloth tnus cut off added to lengthen the
waist. The tailor, supposing the order f
chamo in the 'stv!e" to be nil ri-'ht, t-roce ded
to finish the garment in good shape by ihe requir
ed time. At tho appointed time, the cwner of
the pants called, was handed the completed gar
ment, ard. unsuspectingly proceeded to net into
them. On getting fairly into them, he found the
waist reached his armpits, while his leg was ex.
posed from the kuec down. Seeing the comical
figure he cut Ik weighs in the neighborhood of
250 pounds), and at once comprehending the sit
uation, be gave one .-Ui.-'ieal look at th: pants,
and then iu Lis shriilcs: tones vociferated
"Here, . where in h 's t'.c urm-holes !"
Jt is a safe bet that somebody will have to pay
for thoc pants before i'.c ''summer is over and
''R.EMBn ant." Our arfist friend on First-st
Mr. J. A. Winter, proposes to 'exeursii.'" for
recreation, aud will be absent from the city from
the SOth inst. to the 12th of September. Persons
who wish pictures in the meantime should govern
themselves accordingly. After Mr. W. returns,
he will introduce the new stylo of photograph
knowu as the Kembrant." which just now is all
the rage. Mr. W. has established a reputation as
a superior artist, aud is constantly aiding to his
facilities tor executing all kinds of work in the
most superior and finished uiauucr.
Between the old and the new ; between high
prices and long credits on the one hand, and
small profits aud ready pay on the other, still
continues to rage with unabated fury at Browns
ville, and Wheeler, who represents in this contest
the new order of things, seems determined "to
fight it out on that line" if it taks a lifetime.
People visiting Brownsville will find at his
store a fine stock of all kinds (if goods, which is
being sold lower tuau ever to make room for a
large Fall stock. 44
NKW TO - DAY.
W. II. Kl llf t
llaving iuat received a Large and well
II A U 1) W A IS E ,
AT t B K
NEW JEWELRY STORE
Fon Tnr 1. oifs. -"What to Wear and how
to make it." is tho title of a book of lustruetious
I on dress and dressmaking, published by Mine.
I Deiuorest, at 15 cents. Dressmakers and ladies
' generally will fmd in this manual much useful
information, and complete instruction iu every
department of ladies' and children's driss. It is
issued semi-annually, aud sent free of postage.
Address Mme. leinrost. S.'IS Broadway, X'tw
M EMC At. .Tho Salom Mrllcl an J SuryU-nl
AVtoiff-', for August, is fully up to preceding
numbers in interest. As a medical journal it
lankl high, and should receive the lil-ers! support
of our people.
Tl:e stage arrives now about nine o'clock each
cveuing, going south, generally full ofpassengers.
We arc favored with sevcial communications
this week, f. r which we are under obligations to
tho writers. Come ngaiu. gentlemen.
Oners. Monday is the day on which the big
circus wi'd give our folks a chance for a holiday j Exhibition of
of sight seeiug. 1 U combination of attractions ; have, during the
ottered hy tte vreat vvertauit wiu uounticss oring
an immense crowd here on that occasion.
j IWfvflf which the highest market price
i will be'paid. iu CASH, at the st re of
X. S. IV BOISE.
; Also, Butter a-ul F.gg. in unlimited nuantity.
: for which the highest market price will be paid iu
cash. Call and see me.
Albany, Aug. L'O. 1ST0-5O
VBAUCtAlX CAN BK HAI IX THE
Stock and Business of tho Prug Horo in
' Brownsville. Oregon. The undersigned, wishing
: to change hi t-usiness. will dispose of his stock
ou easy terms.
i Applv bv letter or at the store of
! ' PKTF.K Hl'MK.
j . Aug. '10, 1 70 i :M Brownsville, Ogn.
i COMBIN ING TWO CI l!C CSS KS,
The Overland & Great World.
Sl t'H A A
j FARMER S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
j lONsisristj or
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
; Saws, Satvs, Shws.
. Sawj. Saws. Saws.
I'lsnes, I'lane, l'latics, :
l'lanes, Plnnes, Planes,
! Corss-Ciit and rtl ill Naw i,
i Together with a large assortment of
; Nails, Nails, Nails,
Nails. Nails, Nails.
Springs, Splines, Springs,
' Sprink.'!, Springs, Springs,
Axles, Thltublo-Skeina, Bolts, &c, &c
AliTNT J'OR tBt ltLlH.Ul3
American & Swiss Gold & Silyer Watches
Of every description. Pirvt Importer of
the very best
SWISS MADE WATCHES,
Ciritta and Ladles lzra.
TIIK FISi:sT HFI.KCriON OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kluds constantly ou hand.
11 U V A I H 1 N O OF
W A TCHSS. Sl'KCTACl.KS A JKWSLXr
Froot-at., Albany, Ojn.
MO CUy-st., Sao Fr
Wheat Keceipts. IVr the week entlingAug.
13th. ft'lUtwing receipts of wheat rcpvrleil :
Ma-nolia Mil!--. 6.017.:.? bushels ; Alhnnv
Steam Mul.-, C.000 bushels. No oilier reiK.-.s.
Oitutioy Chkksk. The Vwuni man from Wis-
cnain, Mr. Pcurson, who runs the grocery store
ou the corner Fir?: ;:ml Ir atlal'in, ou Satur
day ro-ntvil us wish a hnu slice from a irjsh
cut cheese, saying ho wtsbc-.i us to try it. We
have trirl il. aivl in our oi'iuiou it is supori-jr in
rit'hne? au-l t!aor t' uny Kaatern ruale chtesc
we have seen in this market it simply ue
licious. Mr. l'enrdou h.is :t muuV cr v f these rent
rouud. f;it-lauking i'!ee?e, whi-h ho iiifurnicd u
were manufacture! hy ti. W. Cri;ui:i, near .ir
sister city of ia3cm. It' Orcjon can proJuoe .vu h
cheese as tho article we have boon T'0akin vf,
then we hax'c uo further u?c t"p-th'e KnMcni uiule
article : wo prefer our isi-Mr-r-on made, uot only
because it is- made Iwfr. nn 1 it is our duty and
pleasure to cneour.e hme productiin. hut be
cause it is really better art'r-h. and is s- id tit as
law a figure K.tst-rn. We advise 1-vers f
U .... . I.I
in tnt ".ib-trac:
"tli-'f of ih-
5 3 to '.If tjUl
-Xise oU.er day while
tif our tvWH saiau, Mr
, our aUoutk-a was uliraetcd by a
thin in the luiu ot ai' ve-. it wa a -teve
Buck paten;, wiih what ia called a ' rear xten- '.
ton, wiiieh is itia'I i-f ljnt the tuil si.'.e oi uu
stove, and is iatemle as a place Vj st n':l kinds ;
of victuals which nee 1 t be kept hot f"r any re- ;
rjnired length of time. Whrc the i:rst joint of !
pipe fits to the siovo is a lare copper boiler 1
hrouh the center of which the pipe ru:s) ;
which may be kept full of water, tlie heat trom
tho pipe k- epiu it at the boiling point. Ibme- S
Brief Mfntion. Tho Whitney -Johns case in 1
tho Circuit Court on Tuesday, brought a large j
amount of 1 gal talent into our city. j
Ifov. Ballard has purchased property in I.eha- ,
the j non in this county, iutending to reside there. 1
Siekne.ss in the family of Mrs. Kiehurd Powers
prevented the meeting of tho Sewing Society at .
: her residence ou Tuesday.
1 Brownsville sent a larjre delegation to this city
; Tho team of Milt. Houston, three or four miles
out from this city, ran away tho other day while
hauling hay, aud one of the animals killed they
Fine watermelons were brought into market ou
' Judge B'.d.-e reserved his opinion in the Whit
1 noy-Johns cac for three or four days. We may
: publish when received.
Steamboat visit.-: are rather too infrequent ; if
: the present dry spell hold.- much longer, they'll
; get ''infretpuenter.'
Owing to lack of shipping facilities, our mills
i arc nut much on the grind of late.
The city is full of strangers, some recreating
ami others Liking for homes amongst u.
; Idna County Fair will open on the 20ih and
, continue to the 2-ith of ? ptruiber from Tuesday
: to Saturtlav only five weeks off.
Mrs. Millett, we are sorry to say. is still too
unw.-ll to canvass for "Ten Years in Wall Street'
'j the m s.i tlsriiiing art ! exciting b.-i k we Iiave
peruei tor years.
Friend Br'igs, at tc V 1 Stove St -re, !iitb eit
fixing up gay. Carpenters and painters have
utMfd nuirhTy to the appearan-e of the building.
The City C-niMeil has appropriate 1 SO-l f'T the
purchase of a bit, on whieh to cict t an engine
hou.-e. It has alo vrdcred the opening of nX)
alleys throughout the city.
We are indebted to Senator William fur various
We are Sorry to learn that our old friend and
brother typo, Mr. F.ph. McFarland, at present
veiy low with typhoid fevvr.
As high a- 5 cents per bu-hel was paid by our
buytrs for wheat, last week, but news of deprys
flion in Kur :o and tiie East has s.mt it down to
IHE MANAtSKHS and pr.u.riet'rs of this
truly Wonderful and tiigantieestal'Ii.-duncnt.
eneourageti by the liberal patronage whifh thv of- ;
torts uf enterprising managers have heretofore
met, and with the view uf presenting to the people .
of tho Pacific coast an .
past w inter, culled from tho
various cities ana town- ot JUmrope ana tnt; eon- ;
tineul, liie most ditingut.shed a:tits in the pro
The Mott Beautiful I.ady Uideis,
The Most Kouovvne l K.juestriatis,
The Most Skillful Trapeiisls.
I he most Surprising AerwbaM,
The lVt rowerful Athlete.
The Most Accomplished Jester,
XVXK. JUL.E KENT,
l!e pupil of the world renowned showman, I'au
Kieo. Also, tho
Mtdiauimcd Troupe of Hedouiu Arabs
Crocker's Den of Performing: Lions,
together with their intrepid keeper, the KINtt OK
Llt)X TAMEKS, who will enter their den at each
performance, and feed them with raw meat from
his naked hands. The attractions are too numer
ous to admit of oen a passing allusion to all of
them The mauacment beg to call particular at
tention to their dazzling and gratuitous display.
Among it.s many brilliant features i the Nep
tune's Triton Borne Sea Chariot. Following this
proud cavalcade cuies the Allegorical Car, bear
ing upon its top an enormous living I. ion, un
chained, loose and untramtnehd through the
streets, lying at tho feet of his keeper. This com
pany comprises SIXTY HOUSES and SIXT
BEOBEK. by one-half the largest company that
ever attempted b travel ..n thi coast.
They will exhibit at
Harrisbmg Thursday, August J$
' Monroe Friday, August U
b Cor vail is.. Saturday . August 20
Albany Monday, August 12'
Brownsville ...Tuesday, August -
Lebanon Wedu-day, August
I Seio Thursday, August J'
I Siherton Fiulay, August 2ri
Salem Saturday, August '27.
Two pi rlVi :na:ii :v ea h day,
At hall past i and at H I. M.
sbokks. urns, bkxt uims.
SHAFTS. BtEES. II 1CKOKV AXEKS. KTC, j
All of which wo are now offering to the public i
at low rate. As we make tho business a spec
ialty, we eau and. will keep a bettor assortment at
lower prices than any houso in this city.
Hreeiving and opening a large nnd spWuJid
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
W hich we oflwr at iviim'c.l rates.
V. II. KfilX .t CO.
In t!ii Montoitli Vti'O-pri-'of ltriok, Firrft-st.
! March 12. -TO ?7
Sou Francisco Prices.
rtlrlc .lil aud !( Repairing
W( claim to k.i'p 11
rillST (Jl'AI. ITY O 0 O I S .
1 1 and at prior that ih-fv cutnpclatioti.
A. W. StAXARf.
A. I'AKOItU R.
A. COWAN & CO.,
VYtiolcsftlt' aud Hrtail Prlr iu
STAPLE and FAXf 1 DRY GOODS
FIUST STHKKT A 1. 1! ANY.
CAROTXIERS &. CO.
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
n r. a i it it s i r
r a i n t s, i y K sn: its, oils
Uerfumery, Toilet Goods, Ac.
Our Goods are FRESH and
"X77".xx-ixixt o ci lO vxi o
v n i: sen i v tios s com vov n i k i .
They oflor a luri nnd wU -U-otcd stock, of
stai'Li: uiev ;oois
At CztraordinAry Low Prico
Oxk1i i Proditoo I
In addition t a very lari Ktuek, covering
very thing in tlte line vt Cut tun a, w
have a complete nssortmeut of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
l.at . t .-.Ivli'i of Iioya and Men's '
CLOTHING anil FURNISHING GOODS!
HATS, CAl'S. HOOTS. Kllnr.S, .u.
sTuiu: ".. ia r
fi;.- c'c.r. btuit:
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper
Blinds, &c, &e.
I r i. r. it
i k v (;oois. clotihnu,
CKwnd out at about eo.t.
l-'.piv il ntionii hi is ilm cl" d lo our took of
IKON AND STEKL
- AN I' j
u i i: 11 A II A It 1)WA It K !
Whi h ! the l:ir;;- I mid itio.it 'olnldol this idc
.1 l'orllnnd. !
You no iuviti-d Vo mil and csamiim our good
Jlllll luii'i-ti. 1
R. Clieadlc Co..
V hoUialn and Retail tlr in
Groceries and Meneral Mercliandise i
FORWAKUIXG A COMMISSION
u:it ii r.
M A UK iJnuhS i
; Car of
1 CJ1., AU-any, Oregon ; or
If.. .."' 'San Francuiuo, Oal.
Liberal ad aiu'ra made on ronalgtimeuta.
v, I! k
N0T1CI T0 SHIPPERS.
I INTKM" 1INU A
General Commission Hustings
for tba inirpojc of olliiig
' All KimU of riotliitc
', that may h oon'i(jnr.l to me . nU.
1 A 11 A It C1I12A ULI!,
', .llocvxxy-, Oregon
ill rfni an.l allpii.l ( all or.liTi OU ma to b
flllrd in tUa l'rain'ii'o.
noons KK.cKtvi:i nv
i Uvory Stonruoi
wbioh will I old lor
! WHBAT Y.NTKlt
j - AT -
'(MUty Cent itr HiikIiiI
it If i
can ato'at a glance how convenient such an ar- I oM 'i"-iii...,s75 cen:s.
ranged stove must he. It struck us lit once .19 j Our C'uy Marshal hus tired 01 wuitin on par
being a great Mvnr of kitchen labor, mid t nd- j ties lor the payment of taxes, and will immediate.
visa those iookini; for a jrood nnd convenient . . . , ,, . ...
ti .-xnine .hi,. Mr. Hri,, will take ; Jven,w th VVty ad city denn.jm'Uls
jilcasuro in showing you through his establish- I
mcnt. exhibiting thn Thrious novelties ho ha !
lately added to his stock. I
Coustv I' Ant. Our pooplu must not forget
that the tiuio for holding the Linn County Fair
'is rapidly appro-, hing. Only a thort five weeks
intervenes, tuid tho.-o who intend competing for
dne or more of the vp.ii-ju? premiums offered as a
reward for genius or in lustry, should ho getting
everything in readiness tor th'- oeca.iioii. Ue!
expect the show iu the ladies department to far j
sarpass acy previous Fair, for t:io reason that
which will add cuiii'.leraSly to tluir till of
A hiut to the wise.
The irrepreSMblo Jo. Teal ha. been hero aain,
gobbling up more real estate. II purchased a
large tract of laud just aeress tho river in lienlou
Hands for harvesting have been iu demand of
late, and $2 per day offered fr.'-ly with none to bo
Tho mill race now being conatrucicd 1-y Me.rii
Beach A Montcith, is quito an undertaking, and
will cost a pilo of money. The work of excavat-
i Tho standard remedy for t'ouy;l'i. Influt'iria.
i .Vo Thrift!, H7io..yiin. 'o;'i. Crimp. I.irir
l'., ,!!, lint. l!: i,iu hiti-, Ill r iitij thr ,iim;, nnd
evcrv alV.'ctii.n ot the Throat, l.unj." aud Client,
i iu.h'ulin- ''UN.SLMI'TIO-N.
ovinia r' Ilalsam docn not dry a 'u.ii.
but loosens it, cleanses the lnns. and allays irri
tation, thus rrmi-rimf thr roouc of the complaint.
None i inline unle.-s signed 1. 1U'TT. 1'ieparcd
by Setli W. F.iivl.. .t Son, Host in. Sold by
Uedin-ton. Ilostetter .t Co., Han Francisco, and
by dealer irenerailv. UyTH
A well Seloctc
V Ii I'
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, Union and I-aril !
1 stock now 011 hand, aud w
d up constantly, and
& I i
Oct. 3d, ISIiU-N
SOLD AT REDUCED RATES.
A. COWAN :.l -0.
I K O N A N I
s t 1: 1: L .
t:ii;irilian'.s Salo t" Ktral I'.statf.
TOTICi: lri IIKHKIIY HIVKN 1HAI.
pursuance of an order of
they aoro alwavs first and foretnott iu all irood
works, and from the other faet that the premiums ing, under the supervicion of Mr. J. B. Montcith
is being rapidly pushed..
The late "heated term" has made business
ouere l in tins department are more than double
taiiie of but year. We know if the lames win
iho Fair a taeeess, such it will b beyond a per
. adventure. Let us have a full aud complete rep
resentation of all the in'erepts of our county at
tho Fair next month, and to this end let each and
-every ono contribute something-.
Coll An Eose FiiACTcrtcp. On Tuesday even
ing last, as Mr. Andrew Blcvins was returning
ho jio from this city, and when at tho old Helm
place, ab-tit six miles out, a colt came running
np behind tho team he was driving aud frighten
ed them into ruoniug. Mr. Blevins immediately
I "utraightened" on tho lines, when one of them
j broke, and he was precipitated from the wagon to
' the ground with such force that his collar bone
(was fractured, aud his arms, head and back
; pretty badly bruised. He was taken into Mr.
Turner's and Dr. Hico was tent for, who minis-
tered to the Eufi'erer's wants, and reports him in
t fair condition at present, and rapidly recovering.
f Navigation. Riier navigation has closed for
he present, boats not being able to make this
polat, owing to lack of water on the rapids. Un
til we are blessed with a big shower, we cannot
. hope to see a steamer at our landing. The trav
eling public are now forced to patronize the over
land stage, procure conveyances of our liveryists,
'or foot it. " The stage has come and went crowded
' of late, and on several occasion, hacks have been
chartered of our livery men to convey passengers
as far as the present railroad terminus below cia
lem. As liolladay is reported to have received
sufficient iron to finish his road to Salem, tho
traveling time between our city and Portland will
aeon be but ft matter of six or eight hours.
our physicians, and they arc now mak
their long "play spell."
Brother Morgan, of Portland, a member of the
craft, 16 up for a holiday among his old friends
Sever?! of our citizens who returned during tho
week from tho Sod"-S, not only declare tho fact,
but their looks denote t'uC ben'&cial effects of the
waters there. And still people OoO.k there from
'Wo havo been luxuriating in a smoky atmos
phere for days past. The woods in the mountains
in every direction seems to be on fire, caused in
most instances by the carelessness of campers.
The cloudy weather of tho past few days, indi
cates a change in the weather programme.
the County Court
ol tin' county of l.inn. Statu Oregon, made ,.n
j tho 2d dnv of August, 1S70. in tho mntter of the
! estate of Thomas J . Cline, minor, the undersigned.
! Oiiar.lian of said minor, will sell at public aue
; tion, to thu highest bidder for cash, subject to the
I value of permanent improv ements placed thereon
1 by .1. I.. Harris A Co., on
j Saturday, tho 10th d:iy of Si jdetnber,
I 170, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and J
j o'clock P. M. id said day. at the Court House
j door, in the city of Albany, in said Linn county,
i Stat- of On-iron, the undivided one half of three
f,,r j (3) acres of land in the extreme northeast corner
of the original uonution 1.1 11 a claim 01 noorgo
Cline, in l,inn county. State of Oregon.
TLllMS OF SA1.K-Cah, I". S. gold coin,
Hated. August 41, 17".
J AN K CMXK.
Aug. 0- lSw4 tiuardiao.
The best assortment kep? in the city.
ntuntly receiving fre:-h supplies,
SOI.l AT Till: LOWEST HATIW.
All who leant bargains give me a call.
Albany. Match i. li-70-2o.
at. 1, Kinds.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
A S t i
U K N V, 11 A L A 0 K X T S.
Bi'aiioli o f JT 00,
Albany, Oregon, i
j. c. mi:mi:miai.i - - Agent.
(1 KN KRAI, LAND AliKNCY FOlt 0RF.OON.
F.stiihlished July. ICB!. An office where
general Information concerning tho resources of
Oregon can be obtained free of charge.
Loans negotiated on first Mortgage, Ileal l's
tate and Collateral Securities. V have for sain
a largo amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of every des
cription, located in Linn and other counties in
! this State.
i 1 4
ca " v
ill trade, or on Book account,
l ur nil that may l oflVrrd
0t8 & 11. cnuAin.ic.
A NV 11 ki.v Nf.wHi'Ai-t.n,
Oonialuinjr 28 aetuuiK of matter.
IS Pi ItLlSHKD KVF.KY SAH KIHVi
In the t'lty of Albany.
I A.tOTHF.tt Ishtasce. It will bo remembered
that Mr. Solomon Iloaenstein died at Oregon City
Very suddenly some three months ago. Mr. It.
had provided for the future of his family by tak
ing out a policy in the New England Mutual Life
in the amount of j,ut)U. Tins amount was pain
over by the agent of this Company for Oregon,
Mr. S. M. iloldredzo, on Wednesday. Wo are
informed that the widow and children would have
been left penniless had it not have becu tor this
policy. With it they are in independent circum
stances. Here is one of the practical results of
life insurance that can be nnderstood and appre
ciated by all.
BfccsHisa L. Tho late order of the City
Council making it incumbent on property-holders
to repair and make good all sidowaks,driv. down
the nails, ate., has caused oar citizens ii bostir
themselves, and many yards of new walks here
neen nut, rcw places m Oregon are as w.U
suppuaa a Albany with good, clean sidewalks.
Found ax Last ! A remedy that
not only relieves, but cures Consumption
and its numerous satellites which revolve
arouud it in tho shape of Coughs, Colds,
Influenza, Bronchitis, Ac. This remedy
is Dr. Wiatar s Balsam of Wild Cherry.
"Oil Up." Fure linseed oil, manu
factured at Salem Mill, can be procured
of Geo. l' Settlemier, druggist, First
street, Albany, at SI .'JO per gallon, tf
Office, No. O Krout Street,
PORTLAND .... ORKOOX.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector of Claimn,
A largo amount of CITY and EABT PORT
LAND Property for Sale.
Also. IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in all parts of tho
Investments in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly collected.
HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinds of Financial and General Agency bust
Prti havinir FARM PROPERTY for sale will
please furnish descriptions of tbe same to the
AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in eaob of the
prineiral CITIES asd IOWSS of tfcis iiiAl js
june 1V70 tf.
CITY 1'ROPEKTY FOR SALE!
STITZEL & UPTON,
Roal Estato Dealers, Albany, Opu.
CITY OF ALBANY :
Lots 1, 2, 7 aud 8, Rlock !'. good house,
KUOULI) UK LOOKED TO SOON.
Persons having the
VUcclcr St Mcllrk landless Chain
can have tbein repaired so thev will eleau the
grain as well as any Thresher, and eleau lis much
as their power will thresh.
MADE TO ORDER ONLY. In short, all other
Agricultural Machines and implements made and
We are completing arrangements to manufac
ture 8eea Sowers, Hulkey and Oang Plows, of the
best patterns n..w U"''
All work warranted made of the best
Shop on corner of Washlngutfo n'l Second-sts.,
Mbv 28, 1S70.
; To the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to
j the owners of Heal Estate : We takn this method
t of calling your attention to our place of bni
! ness. Having determined tit open a llraneh Of
fice in your city, we can oiler you a meiiiuin lor
obtaining purchasers- -one that is appreciated by
buyers, as it saves them much time ami labor in
searching for what tbey want. Our principal
Ageney. at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and the office so well furnished forgiv
ing information upon Kent Estate, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in our line.
,JtJ You incur no expense in placing your
property on sale with us unless a sale is made.
Office on First street , opposite Post-Olliee.
JOHN C. MKNDKN'HALL. Agent.
Albany. Ogn., March 2n, 170. ZUtf.
STITZEL A VPTON,
K K A 1. K K T A T K 11 R O K K R S,
J. C. Mi:NI)KJ.HAM.. Agent,
Office First st opposite Post Office, Albany, Ogn.
HAVE for sale in the city of Albany, a desira
blo Homestead, Lots 1, 2. 7 and 8, corner
Third, Fourth and Elsworth streets, one f thrs
best localities In the city. A good one and .half
story house, with all other conveniences. Apply
to J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
Lots 3 nnd I, "
Lot 0, "
I Lots in "
1 Lots in "
Lots 3 nnd f, in "
Lots & and fi, iu '
25 feet on First street,
lfi house and barn.
11 ' "
1 18 no improvements.
2 good house,
in Rloek 3, with a No.
1 Frame Store-house two stories. Renta for
$25 a month.
Lots 2 and 3 in block 3, with good House and
Barn. Price, $H00.
Lots 1, 2 and 3 iu block 0 large dwelling end
Lots 5 and 8 in block 130 good bouse. Price,
Ten Homestead Lots, A acres each, mile north
of Albany, at $120 each.
For particulars apply to
.?. C. MF.NOESHAll, Agent,
jnnll-4V Albany, iVragnn.
HAIMV III, Il,lt !
Anil all kinds of
Agricultural Implem'ts & Machines
On hand and for sale by
IILAIN, YOUNG A CO..
May 2, '70-38 Albany, Ogn.
Xox Salo Z
OREGON MAKE, AT
R. GMEADLE & CO8,
ALBANY, OB EGON.
July Hi, IB70-7tf
O O 1 O It H
That Photograph IIchI,
A R K
BLACK, BROWN. GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, nd deep ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly an, are
Purple, Hlue, Crimson, Pink, &c.
Pept. tf, ''.! 2 .1. A. WINTER.
Mr. Geo. W. Travers, 131 First street, Port
land Doar Sir: With much pleasure I add my
testimony in favor of tho Homo rihuttle Bowing
Machine. My experienco in using it several
months bas proved quite satisfactory. I have do
'rouble in running ovor seam aud uneven sur
faces, making a strong "Look Blitob" which can
be readily changed wbila th. machinols In motion.
I would advise every lady, befcro purchasing, to
examine The Horn Shuttle.
Mr. CHAB. O00DNOUOU, Portland.
For staples of work sd olrouUrs a4dr.il
OKA. f. TRAVFBP, Prtland, Ogo. 0 2y
f.V A l YA VCf.',
LOCAL ITKM." made a PPKCIALTY
JOH V It I NT I N (j
t int itrrrl, (ofoitr 'tit 'A 4- f'o.'s !'.,
Albany t s s Oft'juron
CITY NKW8 DKIMrr.
rtont trot, Albany, Oregon.
WAS .itiPT npK5EI A FIRST CLAflfl
II ci;1VJ DKWIT and
8 T A TION B KY'PTOll E,
Where at all tiroes will be found the latest Peri
odicals. MaitnTinos, newspapers, in.oss OI
all kinds, Writing Paper, every variety,
all kinds ami sites of F.nvelnpes,
aud thu most beautiful
r iiotoor apiiic Albums.
This stock baa been selected with great car, and
none but First-class artiolas are kept. Ooods
received direct from Ban Froaclseo by every
steamer. tSV Termi moderate.
Give mo a call. W. B. PRIQOfl.
Albany. AprU 9, T0.-31-.
Is aksfcd of MytbUik ot th. kiod. Handy and
cheap. Try it. Pold by th. Jrugjist. 42mJ
n AVISO a very fair assortment ef material
we are prepared to riocule, with neatness
aud dispatch, all kinds of
of JXll UitsClH,
at as low flgures as a doe regard U taste aod nd
work will allow. When you want aoythm a
tbarriatlnj line, eall at the RiTra effiee.-
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