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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1870)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 170.
"Brief Locals. Judge R. Powers, ! THE WAR
lust returned from tlio mnnnlM l Between the old and the new ; between high
i . , , .,i jrice3 and long credits on the one hand, and
J i small profits iuuI ready pay on the other,
Subscribers finding au X after their naino will I IlarriCT
uuuv.vnuu ...... " ; cuuscnption expires Wlt
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance:
six manias, $2 ; three months. $1.
line of the WagOU road to ! continues to ra.ee With unabated furv at Browns
ville, and Wheeler, who represents in this contest
the now order of things, seems determined "to
We afff SOrry to learn tbat Mr. Baker ' fight it out on that line" if it taks a lifetime.
n ... .l l- .1 - i People visiting Brownsville will find at hH
tray, who lives across the river tn Benton, ; store fine stock",,f ttn kiau of goods, which is
being sold lower than ever to make room for a
Railroad Meeting. llemereber
there is a railroad meet this evening, at
the Council Chamber, and it is expected
that all who are interested in the growth
and prosperity of our city, will be at the
meeting. Let there be a general turn
Wants. Mr. Du Bois, at the Gro
cory establishment on First street, wants
10,000 bushels of oats, and an unlimited
amount of butter and eggs, for which he
proposes to pay the highest market price
ia very ill with fever.
Mr. L. W. Doolittle was so much worse
yesterday afternoon, that his friends
were fearful that he would not last thro'
largo Fall stock.
J. B. Sprenger, Esq., of the "Cosmo-
politan," Portland, spent several days
in our city last week. Jake hasn't lost
Found ax. Last '. A remedy that
not only relieves, but cure3 Consumption
and its numerous satellites which revolve
I around it in the shape of Coughs, Colds,
Iufluenza, Bronchitis, &c. This remedy
is Dr. Ytstar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
! "Oil Up." Pure linseed oil, manu-
a particle rj his good looks since his last j facturej at Salem Mill, can be procured
visit. Suicess to him and his. j of Goo. F. Settlemier, druggist, First
Mrs. Millett's health failing her, she ! street, Albany, at SI 30 per gallon, tf
Teluetantly gave up the canvass of this
city for the work entitled ''Ten Years in
Wall Street,", and on Wednesday took j
W. II. KLIII & CO.,
Having just received a Large and well selected
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
NEW JEWELRY STORE
Saws, Saws, Saws,
Saws, Sawa, Saws,
Planes, Planes, Planes,
Planes, Planes, Planes,
t street, ' Corss-Cut and Mill Saws,
OK EG OX. 7
Together with a large assortment of
in casn. tie is the man our farmers waut During the absence of Mr. P. P. Hen- ' REAL ESTATE DBati-K. in?OX A1VD S
Office. No. til Front
the stage for Salem.
Albany, .... Oregon.
AGENT rOE THE CELEBRATED t
American & Swiss Gold & Silver Watches
Of every description. Direct Importer of
the very best
Sledges, Sledges. a w t c a i v xr t n H v 3
Gents and Ladies Sizes.
"THE FINEST SELECTION OF j
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on hand. j
to see. Go for him.
der.on in the States, Dr. Crawford is
Rebuilt. Cedar bridge, on the Cas
cade Mountain Wagon Road, about sixty
miles from this city, burned a few days
Bince by the fires raging in the mountains,
has been rebuilt. We learn that all th
bridges on the road have been rc
and put in thorough condition.
Special Collector of Claims.
authorized to act as his agent.
Mr. J. W. KontW 1ms mnr(l 1.U i A large amount of CITY and EAST PORT-
Nails, Ntfils, Nail?,
i Nails, Nails, Nails,
i Snrin.'S. Krrmo-s Knrinfra
. l,Vx u 1'vopoitv jur uio. i qj- . -
shop mto the building adjoining this I Also. improved FAKM3. and valuable un- . Springs, springs, springs,
,,; " cultivated LAN 1S, located in all parts of the
otnee. state. . I Axles, Thimble-Skeins, Bolts, &c, &c.
Tl. t. p .t. c: i . i r .',.i. ;,, DV .lt. i-'STATF. nnd other ! O
J. llu axt'UL Ul 11115 OlllLICl lilUCU.Iie IS 1 "'o " ........
Thanks. To T-Ir.
im.ii.i. V!tv ,.,.;.. f,,r ,rT,nJtj. 1 AldO, a well Selected fctoek of
railed I mee,lnS WItl flattering success among CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly collected. TM I r"r
P the "eKits' l,,.rMlit5 ! HOI'SKS and STORKS i .SOXi AllUOOr,
-me .eW llureabOUta. ! AU kinds of Vinan.-ial ana General AKcney bust- 1 SPOKES. HfBS..BEXT RIMS,
1 ester Ja? beinsr our birthday we' nes traua.-t.-d. i SHAFTS, POLES. HICKORY AXLES. ETC.,
.'"bn MintO Sec- i . i 1 - ' Partif havins FARM 1'iUH'l.KTi tor sale wui
u --""Oi k-"-t- received several nice tresnts. and were "- - ...
. t .. iiK'ae itiriiisa iii-snii-iHtiis ,u int.- Ramu iu n,
reiary 01 me --laid Agncuuura: ou.ic.) , ; not Jll!1DCtJ onco Wls!l imir day
and to Mr. Samuel E. Young, Secretarj ; Wcre more frequent
tif the I.inil f"-inntr 'riru! t n ra 1 S,,i.ltv ..1 1 -
B w..., jicioj, 'luiu.--, h ..l-s u-uuiw ! , .,.-.... ; ia ,!
. t REPAIRING OP j
WAPdiIES. SPECTACLES t JEWELRY
San Francisco Prices.
Every Article Sold and all Repairing
All of wliich we are now offering to the public
. ,,i--.-to ,ic Tin-; lu rnn- -.f t'.yc ; at lew rates. A3 we inane too uusinus a spec-
,!j;r1 CITIKS and ToWXSof this STATE, i ialty, we can and will keep a better assortment at
apples and vegetables i
we are indebted for complimentary Fair ! plonfy and cheap in our market. '
tickets. 1 his is as lair as could reason- , o advance in the market price of ;
ably be asked, and we are correspondingly ! .;ieat here. Farmers generally are hold- I
obliged ' ! - i
' ', nig tor an advance. Present ruling rates ,
PltANG'ii Map. For a splendid map j are 70 cents per bushel a decline of 5 j
of thesea of war, showing all the ra:l- ; ccilta 8;nce our last.
roads md other means of couituunicatiooj Jy Ja.Tiics llklis was cu' in the ;
we are indebted to Mr. S. M. llolJredge, ; niount:l;,ls enjoying a hunt when his little ;
the gentlemanly agent of the New Kng- tw;n fcoy sickened, and did not reach'
land Life Insurance Company. For I l0me tij, af,cr
his kindness iu remembering us, he will j Our public school opens cn Monday,
pleasiaccept our birth-day (2oth) thanks. September Cth, under the auspices of!
lower rjrices than any house in this city.
NKW TO -PAY.
rVO AVHOM IT MAY COXCERX : Dur'.ng
I mv aiS'-nce from the State, I havo anthur
iz? l 1)t. C. F. HAWFORO to act as my agi-n',
and all bis arts ia my behalf are hereby lully
authuri.-.. d by mo. P. P. HEXDERSOX.
Aujru?t 27. 1S70 51
NOTICE IS I1KKEUY GI EX THAT
nn wife. Ann MeCallister, lias left my Bed
and board without just caua and provocati-m,
and all persons are hereby warned not to harbor
or trust hor on my account, as I will pay no (tcots
WOOD AND WILLOW WARS,
Which we ofier at reduced rates.
; YV. II. KCIIX Jc CO.
In the Jlonteitb Fire-proof Brick, First-st.
A. CAROTHEKS. K. S A LTM A II S U .
A. CARCIHEHS &. CO.,
DRUGGISTS &. APOTHECARIES,
A S I 1)1-: A I. E K IV
Wo claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS,
14 " and at prlcoa that defy competition.
A. COWAN. A. W. STAKAHD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in j
STAPLE and FAXCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET ALTiAXY.
t. CnEAntt, ft. CHEADLE,
Front-st,, Albany, On. j 120 Clay-st., San Fran
t cisco, California.
R.. Clieadle & Co.f
W hoi sale anil Retail Doal-r3 In
Groceries and Meneral Merchandise
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
MAKK COOKS :
L. O..J Albany, Oregon ; ci
Xi. 0. San Francisco, Cl.
Libeni advance made on conslgnmenta,
They offer a large and well 'lected etoek of
At Extraordinary tow Iiiccs
GCXE East. Our old friend and sub- ' I'rof. Thomas G. Taylor, principal, and j of her contracting frothy, dat.-
scribe, Mr. 1'. P. Ileudersor., with his : Mis Selina Newman, assistant. ! August 27. 137C-5H1 "
famiy, departed from our midst on Friday ': lT- ot the-Urta ot llain, 1 oung
inonins. en route for the Atlantic States. , & Co- has ou0 t0 a!1 1'ncisco for a
PAINTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS'. Cash
Phil is afflicted with the fell disease,
Lie; stock of fall and winter "roods. Look
consumption, and l e will try a change of ou tba latcst st3 lcs wlic" hc Sts j
climate in order if possible to prolong back.
Lis lie. We Lope with his friends that ! A 1Ittle runaway the other day caused
the t in mav cuie him up sound and , a friend of ours to "go down" and bring
i r rrf B V u i: I,
I yfa f fl wiiieli the highest market price
will bc'itaid. in CASH, at the st-.ro of
up between 850 mil $100 to pay for ; .
Greeub: cks are ijtioted at S7("..S7 i e.
IticharJ McCalliiter has au aJvertise
Pient in this issue, under -'new to-day."
Weather cloudy and cool during the
greater part of the- week.
-Mr. .3. C. Me:idenha!l aud lady have
returned from their trip to the Sodas,
invigorated and refreshed by the jaunt.
Lots of ."stomach ache" is reported,
the effects of two much plums and sich.
OF OATS, for
st market pri
'. s?. PC BOISE.
Ai.--. !i:lfr OTid nr.-. iu nr-Ilmitcd quantity,
for whi. h tl;j highest market price will he paid in
ca.-li. Call and see me.
Albany, Auj. 20, 1S70-5!?
Perfumery, Toilet Goods, &e.
The party that went out, some weeks
since, to locate tbe Willamette Valley
and Cascade Mountain Wagon lToad over
the new route, returned during the week,
having had a very pleasaut trip, and done
considerable repairing to the road. e
are indebted to Judge II. M. towers, a
member of the party, for a weather record
of the Ilarr.cy country for the past two
years, which we will publish nest week.
The i.iu Ciltccs. iht Overland. (j,, vt.it,esa;iy Phil. Henderson said
Circus, which gave an exhibition here on : to jas. jr. I'oster cc Co. S,0'J0 bushels of
Monday night, drew an immense audi- ' wheat two crops, we believe at 75
ence, and was what it purported to be, the ; ccnts per bushel. $0,000 in coiu is quite
largest and best show, that ever exhibited a snug little sum.
VHAltuAIN -CAS EH HAI IS Til E
Stock aii'l I'.usii.r-s of the Vrng Store in
l'-rurnsi'illc. ".'rc-L-'-n. 1 i-.e nn'lvr?-i znei , wishing
t-i change hi hniicss. v. ili cii.-v- te rf bis stock
on casv term-'.
At."lv bv Utter -v at t!... -: :; of
" PKTIIK H1MH,
llroi npville, Ogn.
Late News. In
our paper this
morning will be found telegrams from
Europe to the 26th inst the last rcceiv- : Tl:e .tar.-Ur.-l rcm!y
.lor. 2. l70--l-:oi
Our Goods arc FRESH and
PR KSCUl PT 10 X S COMPO r X 1E I) .
V T' a r. ores i.y am sight.
1 ror.l .V, (:.-f. thrtf Kt-ijr tomtors,
Albany, feb l27o-2:n Oregon i
j jo 28 a t:.M:is,
j i 1: a i. r. it 1 n
i DTIV COOPS, CLOTHING,
I Boots, tS3C3 .
Closed out at ahom coat.
In addition to a very large stock, covering
everything in tbe lino of Cottonp, we
havo a complete assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Iiteet styles of Boys and Men's
! CLOTHING aM FURNISHING GOODS !
HATS, CAPS, r.OOTS, SHOE.-?, Ac.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper &. tinea
Blinds, &c, &c,
Eg.-v. iu! attention i.J Jirectcil t- our stock of
; IRON AND STEEL
i ASD I
VUit ;- Iotko i:u-3t oplit tuis side
L.f Portland. '
Y-..U are invited to call and cxaniiit" our good?
N0TICC TO SHIPPERS
I-INTEND DOINO A
General Commission Business
for thr purpose of selling
j All Kinds or Protlucc
S that may be consigned to me to sell.
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in Ban Francisco. v
octS-Stf R- CI1EADLK
feoODS RECEIVED BY
which Till be Sold for
CASri or TRADE.
The bigbest market price in ca.h paid for I
A well Selected ftock now on hand, and will
be filled up constantly, and
lbr Coughs. Influenza, ' SOLD AT REDUCED RATES.
Sure Thrn.jl, VTh'f'fiinil
in this part of the irtate.
es" of the Bedouin Arabs were seveial
lengths ahead of anything we ever went ;
auvwnere to fee. xuev yisporteu lut-ui- , , , . . T, ,c. 1.... '
Selves in the air '"jU.-t hke a notlilDg aa : Fj.om them our readcr3 can ':fiaure" to : every afiWti-n of Tbr.-atl-ungs and Chest, j
niw Vttte 4-vcar older remarked. That! . . , , , : incln.linjr COSSI.'MPTIOX.
J , .. , . ! suit tUemsclves as t0,tue result Ol ice war i Wistar- Italsain docs not dry u). a Cough, i
CircunOUS can always -uraw IU these , . , , France with blood . but loosen it. cleanses the lun-s, and allays irri- I Tbe Wst assortment kept in tbe city, and con-
i tnat 1:1 DOW Ut"U n-" ' tati-n thai rmri'i ik r tMe of the complaint, i stantly reviving fresh suppl.es,
P I : nwvt 1 None ccnuine unless Pcncd I. Bctts. Prepared 1
. ;v.v ftcth W. Fowlo A S-n, Boston. Sold by !
On tbe 22.1. of cholera infantum, Johnny, twin i ,.'..,,;.,.,, nc. t r,-,.. S.in Kranci.-co. xA i
ion of J udge Boise in the Whitney-Johns son of Mr. aud Mrs. Jamss Elkius, aged about 10 .i h. 'aCKi0'KcneraUy. tlyTO j
II I ARE,Wool, ESacon and .Iard !
A. COWAN .t CO.
IRON AND STEEL.
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
Oct. 30, 1-69 S
Tut County Judgship. The decis-
case, hid not arrived UP to the hour Ot ciimi-Hinn'a Sail- .it" lt-al f'.Ktntp. i All -who want bargains uivo ine a call.
-oiou- to press, therefore we cannot en- 1 -xncy rraiueu oSs 10 ..c u ; VOTICE Ii5 hebep.Y gives THAT, IS
';; , w , 1 , i last winter. - i ij pursuance of an order of tbe County Court
lighten our readers as to who has Won., mU-ian-rl- in hina - hive I 'tho c-untv -f Linn, Stato of Oregon, made on
TK ...o.." .,nfNl ft,!- n.ornin.r. I Cathol.c nusionaneo in China have - . iS70.in the matter of the
X I t.
1 Liiado a million converts.
estate of Thomas J. Clinc, minor, the untlersigatrd.
Guardian of fai'l minr, will su at pubao auc-
Jorn -M.s.lla.ry Godley presented ! Kansas College has among its students j
lier husband with a fine daughter on the ! eight intelligent "red men. J vauo of permanent improvements placed thereon
The Government of Mexico l? bank- ; 1 7 J- l. Harris Co., on
rUpt : aturaay, tnc loin uay 01 .epicuiujr,
Tl ll'lnnij 1W Anpiation ia in ' 1S70, between tbe hours of 'J o'clock A. 51. and 4
j session at Chicago. ' j
Albany, March 5, 1ST0-2G.
night of the 20th inst. Mm. John Pnrk-
er, on the night of the 25th, presented j
her husband with a son.
o clock I . .u. 01 sai'i uay. at 1110 t.-ouri. xiouse
door, in tbo city of Albanv. in said Linn county,
the undivided one-nait ot tnrce
Price, 1 The export o specie from. New York ' tate of Ore-.m, the undivided one-half of thrc
. , "- ifA nun f3i acres of bind in the extreme northeast cornc
cupied ; on the lab. was l,4t)U,UUU. ! of- tho 011.,mai donation laud claim of Gccrg
The city has bought of Mr. D. Price, 1
for 81,300, the prope?ty now occup
bv Mr. DulJoise. on First stieet, for the j The Savage branch of Fenians held a Cline. in Linn cm,nty State of Oregon
use of our Grc engine. As it is a two- j great pic nic at Jones' Wood yesterday.
Ktnrv tliR pornnd storv mav he used for i Methodism claims in the world 3,-
."ji j j
Postmaster Freeland is at "the office"
again, as brown aa a nut from exposure
to sua in the mountains. lie has been
.adding to his stock, of books, etc., 6ince
There arc 500,000 Good Templars in
the United States.
Last year Detroit excluded 2,000
children from its public schools for want
The President has signed the bill to
erect a market to cost a million dollars in
I is announced that false ; chignons,
TERMS OF SALE Cash, V. S. gold coin,
Au;. 6-4?wl Guardian
OF ALL KISDS,
XC E I .zV I H. 33 X
BEARD & COLVER.
stitzel & upton,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
G E N E R A I, A G E N T S.
X3 ranoto. o ffi o o ,
J..C.MEXUEMIALL, - - Agent,
G1 ESERAL LAND AGENCY KOU OREGON.
if Established July, 1?6S. An office where
; general information concerning the resources of
Oregon can bo obtaincii iree 01 onarge.
Loans necotiated on first Mortgage, Keal Es
tate r.ud Collateral Securities. We have for salo
a lare amount of property located in tbe town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of every des
cription, located in Linn and other counties in
Sixty Cent per uslicl
in trade, or on Book account.
For all tliat may le oiTfcred
i A Wkeki.y NewspaifA,
Containing 28 colnm or matior,
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATIKBA1,
In the City of Albanyt
Messrs.- J? li. Comley, John Hurd,
Pat. Farrel and Jack Crouse, started for
Fish Lake and intermediate points on j plaits and curls can bo made of spun
Friday. Its a heavy team, and they'll j
have fun no matter as to the expense.
Wagons. Messrs. It. Cheadle & Co.
fitiU have a number of those excellent
Oregon made two horse wagons, which
they are selling extremely low. Give
them a call. No trouble to show goods.
Wood. Firewood is being delivered
in this city at trom S3 to $3 50 per cord.
Now is the time to lay in the winter's
Wheat Receipts For the week
ending Thursday, August 25th, reported
as follows: Magnolia Mills, 5,234.45
bushels ; Albany Steam Mills, 5,000 do.
Sdpplbments. A few more "acts of
Congress" this week, merely to keep our
.subscribers in reading matter on Sundays.
Hain. The rainfall of Saturday night
and Sunday laid the dust and made trav
eling more endurable.
Pr. Linsey Hill is "down with the
ichills"! jOvet work is what's the matter.
Tiie llcforuied. Presbyterian Church
of NcwYork proposes to fight secret
In Los Angeles county, Cal., one
thousand horses were lately sold at S5
Everthing is lovelv with Julius ltiley,
of Portage county, hc having two geese
over forty years old. He caught them
in 1829, and they wcro middle-aged
geese at tha't time.
In Paris there is a current saying that
where a Frenchman spends five francs,
an Englishman will spend twenty, and
an American fifty.
Miss Susan Hay nor, daughter of Gen.
Leonidas Polk, was married at New Or
leans, the other day, to Dr. Joseph Jones,
ot that city.
The Chicago Board of Trade is consid
ering a petition for the admission of
The champion divorcer lives in Ak
ron, 0. He has juat secured his
A novelty for shoes is the metalic heel,
which is screwed on, and can be trans
ferred from one pair of shoes to another-
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE!
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Sealers, Albany, Ogn.
SHOULD BE LOOKED TO SOON.
Persons having the
Wheeler & Mclick landless Chain
can have them repaired so they will clean the
grain as well as any lbreshcr, ana clean as mucn
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 Seed Sowers, Sulkey and Uung Plows, of the
best patterns now in use. .
ESt- All work warranted 'made of the bent
Shop on corner of. Washington and Second-sta.,
May 28, 1870.
To the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to
tbe owners of Real Estate : Wo take this method
of calling your attention to our place of busi
ness. Having determined to open a Branch Of
fice in vour city, wc can ofler you a medium for
obtaining purchasers one inai is appreciaicu y
bnvers, 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 Kstalo, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in our line.
2!?-3f You incur no expense iu placing your
property on sale with us unless a sale is made.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Office.
JOHN C. Mt.MJbMlAbii, .tgenr.
Albany. Ogn., March 23, 1870. 2lJtf.
I STITZEL & UPTON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J. C. MENUEMIAU, Agent,
Office First st opposite Post Office, A-lbany, Ogn.
HAA'E for sale in the city of Albany, a desira
ble Homestead. Lots 1.2, 7 and 8, corner
Third, Fourth jiiid Elsworth strcct3, one if th
best localities iu the city. A good one and ihalf
tory house, with all other conveniences, ipply
to J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent,
Six montfcs. ,
'or ATI TTi U.3LXX ?
LOCAL ITEMS" made a SPECIALTY.
CITY OF ALBANY:
Lota 1, 2, 7 and 8, Block 19 good house, io.
Lots 3 and 4. " .20 "
Lotn, 24 "
4 Lots in " l(!--house and barn.
4 Lots in " 44 " "
Lots 3 and 6, in " 118 no improvements.
Lot " 56 "
Lots 5 and fl, in " 1 good hnutc.
25 feet on First street, in Block 3, ith a No.
1 Frame Store-house two stories. Bents for
$2i a month.
Lots 2 and 3 in block 3, with good Honse and
Earn. Price, SS00.
Lots 1, 2 and 3 ia block C large dwelling and
Lot 5 and 6 in block 130 good house. Price,
Ten Homestead Lots, 6 acres each, mile north
of Albany, at $120 each.
For particulars apply to
J, C. MESDESHALL, Agent,
.iunll-40 Albany, Oregon.
blowers I Reapers
And all kinds of
Agricultural Implem'ts & Machines
On hand and for sale by
BLAIN, YOUNG 4 CO.,
May 28, '70-38 Albany, Ogn.
For Salo !
OREGON MAKE, AT
R. CHEADLE & CO.'S,
Jnly 30, l70-47tf
O O L It W
That Photograph Best,
A It E
BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, SCAR
LET, M0R00N, nd deeP ORANGE.
Those that take White, or nearly so, are
Purple, Blue, Crimson, Pink, &c.
Sept. 18, '69-2 J. A. WINTER.
Mr. Geo. W. Travers, 131 First street, Port
land Dear Sir: With much pleasure 1 add my
testimony in favor of the Home Shuttle Sewing
Machine. My experience in using it several
months has proved quite satisfactory. I have no
trouble in running over scams and uueven sur
faces, making a strong "Lock Stitch" -which can
be readily changed while the machine is in motion.
I would advise every lady, befcre' purchasing, to
examine Tbe Home Shuttle.
Mrs. CHAS. QUCWSOliliU, roruana
Firtt frect, (x-ppotlte Parritk f Co.'f trl-.
Albany s t t Oregon.
av. s. Diiicic;,
CITY NEWS DEPOT,
Front street, Albany, Oregon.
AS Ji:?T OPENED A
NEWS DEPOT and
Where at all times will be found the latest Peri
odicals, Magazines, Newspapers, Books of
all kinds, Writing Paper, every variety,
all kinds and size of Envelopes,
and the most beautiful
This stock has been selected with great care, and
none but First-class articles are kept. Goods
received direct from San Francisoo by every
steamer. S Terms moderate.
Give me a call. W. S. DRIGGS.
Albany, April 9, 70.-3J-ly.
Tot setsnles of work and circulars address I Is ahead of aaxttluz cf the kind. HanT asd
9-FO. T. TRAVERS, Portland, Ogn. 69-2y I cheap. Try it. Sold by the Iruegiet. ;m2
HAVING a very fair assortment f materia
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