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ALBANY, OREGON, SAlTlIIiDAY, OCTOBER
POUTLAN D CAUPr
A 1 V FllTIS E M E X TS.
E. F. UrSSKI.1.,
: Attornev at Lav,
C. 1'. FERRY,
TERMS IX ADVANCE.
One A'ear Three Dollars
Six Munihs Two Dollars
Single Colic.; Tcu Cents
Real Estate Broiors & Colleotiiii Agents,
Portland, - - - - Oregon.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION !
SASH, BLIX1) AM)
Traii?ivnt aivcrti.ciut.nts f'tr MTI;ire t('n
lino ur les. tirst insertion, ; ;icli subsequent
in -Ttit.ll . $1 .
L;trt r a Iv-riise:iii.t iust ric i "U t'ic west
- - ' ,.
j or. wo UK.
Hav'.ii-r iv.-cirr.I new tv.c, stock of colored
itfks, e.:;ds. a Goi 1 n .Jobber, we arc pre-
p ed to c.. cute .ill kinds ot priutim; in a better
union r a .d :"''.tv per cent, cheaper ttiau ever be
t'.-re ..iVe: '1 :i: li.is cpy.
ilenfs for the Register.
The f-db..v..";ti j-ontieuien arc authori.'.ed to, re-e-.-iv-
and re -eipt for subscription, ad vi t is;n;;.
i-tc, : . t he It Ki-tsTi:i! :
; II tit AM SMITH. Ki .lurrisbiirg.
S. !!. il.AI'iillTuX.
V.". !;. K IKK.
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SPECIAL ATTKXTIDX CIVK.V TO T 1 ! E
Sale of Uea! Estate, Real Estate Lit igation.
and the Collection "t Claims.
Oliiee. X'ith-'.ve-t curlier f l'irst and AVash -hlWn
Streets. Portland, Ogn. feb G-7- 5
S. II. Al.TlMI'
To Til i:
1 A S II It I A ii PUBLIC!
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4 "v --
T J3 X, E GRAPHIC
SPECIAL TO Tlili ltKDISTKK.
" Iatcs to September .
;.' ". v it. JAMi:s MoitnisoN-.
l'"orint'rly Xew Columbian,
t 'i-! ef I'r- nt ali-l Mvrri-,r-!l streets,
Xcah & Morrison, Proprietors.
: i:ivi:ii cisk),
!! i :;on.
I" KKP ON' HAXI A 1TI.I, ASSOP.TM KX1,
an.l are prepared t
ti-iii!sli to lulci'.
ALARMING WORTALITY !
Free C..a. 'i t.
a:i tV-ui the House.
i'roiit" and a s h i g t o it Streets,
W. Qriiaby, - - - -finite
f the V.vten !!.
.T. C. MI'.XI'HXItAL!.,
:r t I - i ii i 1 1 ,
IMIANY. :;::::: i: Kt:oX.
K.iA 1. INS'IKI MKNTS n- A!.!. KIXI'S
2 J r.l and ilttvstvd. C,j:iveva:iee.- ! e..!-
1. ,-i .u.. attciuK-a t...
L, -STRUGKEIER & CO.,
.TI f - 1 i - 2 1 A ."Vr 'V . 1. 1 1 a O i5 s,
VI.I1 ay, oiii:(;ox.
!.!: ALL KINDS 'U-- FIXE CLOTH.
rniUS JIOI SE is tliiMile-st
3 Siati-. newiy tttnii.h
eudi-avor of the Pn.j'viet'
eomiortahle. Xe::se-1 !
The Cmeor,! Conch vi:
at t)ie l-.indinir. on the arrival
river b'tais. earryiti v-a.-s-":i ei
Iairc to and tY"t:i the foafs r e
..!!.'- MMI.uVfi Hi'h Jlt,;,t I'
nm-dit,us in the
I. and i wsU 1-e ths
to make his jr'.ieste
1 X the .-teamboaf
, - n h as
(,'rowi), l'anel, JJatiJ, and eitiun 3Iukl
of all sizes.
WINDOW AND BOOR FRAMES!
and ail ..!h
!.- first I'
iho a.-i ti:;ale v,-arr-. six of the loi
Cour, ori-it's t-f an Franeiseo, repre--apit.il
of over S.'.IMHI.mAo, snspeoded
ar darinir the low rate v.ar of sr,7 and
last Two during the past few weeks.
33 a if rial !
Six oh ol'Twi'Svc
in h-ss than Cm-en years is an alarming reeord of
ni' ria'.ity. and si ouid snx.est to the insnric r pidr
lie ti:e propric-ry of avoiding expe.rimental. inex
p., rieneed . and h w rate' Companies, and patronis
ing the old established, eons-t vative, vt aHiiv,alid
prudently iilana-d eorporatb-fis of the solid rind
permanent order. "
Arc jircpa :vA to
l'l.IIe.y.s, tf it u y i.
slrcvt, in the riv
X !: W A 1 ) V !: LIT IS KM EX TS.
MILL WoitIC : furnish Sha
Sl:ak''rs. Sileti.eo l'alis. lMivintr
.nd. at our Faet"iy on l.yi'"i
r bank ). next, below .Marl-.ham's
AI.T!!OI ;!', A CO.
rv I). IMi'J I
.-t . !
iie :i..-t lV.fh:
WHEAT AND FLAX-SEED DEPOT.
ier. in ti.
S ItrCKMKIKit .': CL
1 LLAXIXt; and imtsi
lil llil'i !i:shc-ls
A share of pair oia ;e .ii-
irr l. I
3 a T
J p Vj.L
JCSTI.V T A K L'S RANK
i-1: a i i j-i i: a si i : i
a 15 s k s-: 7i a & i ? .n.
. ri.iiMKX's iiuH-rs MADt: TooniiKi:
;i .-h-tt uoti.v, ai.d with i-.e anes; and di--
2.1' ninds of Repairing Done.
u.-. June Ii, !S:s 4') "
15. EJSt'S:, 15.,
STOVES, I'OUK, FAKLOK & B(.
Their e -nlraets are endorsed by e
: i c a x
FasIiisaaMb1 Hliiinery anil Fancy Goofe,
F.!!"f Srcss and
I'F I c K-M X
, i'.trty . A j rll
c t 51 I"
- - Orcjoa,
. i Hi:.-' a:
h r: .
Cloak KIaL.i:i in
1 ' 11 S.
;:s sTitAW ;o
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l .-r,-e -t.. Ail,
n i n 1 r-
.f the be-t j..atier.- '
'I'isa, Kiit'rS is'iti; ami
u 1 1
rXSTtt'.'MKX'L'S OF A'
;n: at: --ted. C-.OiV - ar
.1. S3 A."A"S573i'5
Attorney and Connscllor at I-a--,
"f iiit o
V . V,
.1 U I
ii;i stie: t. . o.-i;
on hand and re
j lar.'e stock of
Groceries and provisions,
V ! a.i.l . Willow AVare, T-.l.aee... t.'i.-ir.'. C-a
J-etiones-y, Yankee Xuti ns. i".'. ., Wied' ;-.!
ne.d liir-iii. opposite K. C Ji:t: .t S ii'- dru
si -r '. Aibanv. 'ire-oa. jn-i'70
CABINET WARE !
Corner First and Sroad Albin streets,
.1 lh. sr, o::to.
'silUVrnsa St., s'a!i Fratici-co.
" A Stitch in Time Saves IJinc !
Fire and Marino Insurance
X'os. aio! IIS, California .-
Xiiltctbiicl & Co.,
,!:al":rs ix !;uoci:i:ils .vxr pno-
2 . isi-oa . V,', ,.i and V!i,v Ware, Coulee
t :-.lo ry, T',buee., A'istars. Pipes, X'otiues, ete.
irriiii street, alj-'inin tlu Expre-s coile-1. AIi.aiiv,
p IZ. LKIt IX FVFIIV KihS'-RtPTIOX OF
.if Sei-.ool, Miseellane ois .and Lhiuk XI.H.ks.
Sratinery . .dd aad Sle 1 Pens, Ink. etc., Post
' ffiee Ilnibliiijr. Albany, )ron. liooka ordered
from Xew A'ork and San I'raneis-o. f
crtiEi?s of Aii. siriDs
in n;s line.
s t o k i o i . o i : is i x i t v n v a l : . v n a i; l 1 :
Cash Caiiital, in Ctolil Coin. ST.IO.OOO.
Dciiot-it in Orcg-oii, $,(),)(;).
Awl J'liil in Cull l oin.
J. M. V ireilKl.t.. J. x. noLru. A. SMITH.
Mitchell, Bolph & Smith,
VTTOItXEVS a Nr. COt'XSKLLOKS at LAW",
S dieitors in Chancery and P-roetorj in Ad
miririty. o;ii,-e over the old Ihe-t Uflicc, Frr.iit
streer. Portland, tre;on. i
: to the
JAM33 A. 17ARKES,
Civil ICafiisctT &. Surveyor.
fs piti:p.!ti;i to int suk'i:yix; and
lins'mtj-riiis. l'ses improved Solar Compa.-s.
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Itesidcnee
on -Ph S;., opposite bj. Tate's residence. Albany
i"o'.vi:i.r.. u. fi.:x.x.
Sov4'SI Sc. I'liius,
TT')!i'KV5.t. cot' vsi-t r ii:;s rv t. . v
and SoSi it'ira in Chancery, , ,
(1m. T'linn, Notary Public,)
Albany, Oregon. L'ollwlions and convfyaiieea
.rotply attended to. I
PLOWS ! FLOWS !
rSTHF undersigned f;ives notice 1
a public, that lie is now nianufa
;iid any other style of plow that may be ordered.
Also, particular attention pai l tsi I
Wacn rSakinjr and I2orsc-shoeinuT. J
AVagons f.ir sale at my shop at cl ID and f Hbl.
Hearse shoeinir as follows : Cash, 2 ; credit, $.'i
; rpilIS COMPANY having e.onplied with the
i laws -f Oregon, by making a deposit of lifty
thousaml dollars, is imw pre'ared to etfeet insnr-
anee against Loss or llamaire bv 1'ire, and also
; against ?darine and Inland Xa ia!ion risks, on
irsTAA'E TOlCJlAltD, Pi
1. HAYKX, Sue'v.
Ardent for Albany.
, January 1S7M-1S
i WHITE lU'CK STLTS,
CASTOR DKAVKIl SI' ITS,
; llitavy Cam-as Huatinr Coats,
; Av"hito Marseilles Vests,
; FiyttrcJ Marseilles 'csts,
! Furuishins toods of all Kinds
Ml 1 :
X l FIA.INcO Sr
NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS.
All work cilrusted. to jiio will rcedve prornpff
attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with pood material. A share of public
patronage is solicited.
Shop on eorner i-.llsworth and second street
opposite Pic-ec' Ferry. F. AVOOL.
Albany, November I, IsfiS-H
A LISA XV....
i:;st ami ri;iit:v
GEO. W. GIJA V, Z. TO. S.,
VrOULl SOLICIT Til K PAT-
T r'.nao of all persons desir
ing AltTlFICIAL TEETH and feiSfj-C?
FIRST CLASS DiiXTA L opera- QxtjEr
tioiis. Nitrous Oxiih; administered for the paiu
less extraction of teeth, when desired. Charges
OtSc.! ia I'arrish A Co.'g brick block. Itesi
dcnee, first hnnse south of Congregational Church,
frontinfr on Court JLuso Idoeb.
Albany, Orcsoo, July 2, LS70-
ST. drlARLES HOTEL,
Corner First on I Washington Fts.,
ALUANY, .... OltEUON.
IS. ERETJIsIEU, Proprietor.
Kcoj3 consfantiy tn janl a full as.-oriiaet ul
; DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, CLOTHING.
j Ilouts, SJioes, ISairtwarc & Crockery,
i aii'I a full tfujiply of Latlis?
; FaruisMiig EmlirQiuery. Fancy Goods. &c,
WITH A NEW KUILfcLXC!, NEAVLY
Furnished throughout, the firopriotor
Jipes to ive entire satisfaction to the traveliiiir
public. The beds are supplied with gpring-bot-touiK.
The table will receive the closest atten
tion, and everything the market affords palatable
to guests will be supplied. jan 9- I
Main street, - Albany, Oregon.
Jlcnts of All Kinds,
OF THE Vi:i:Y BEST QUALITY',
Con. tautly ou hand.
jvj A- Z. SEARS.
rjlHE V N D E Its t ( t X E D WOULD ItESPECT
1 l'ullj' inform the eiti.ens of Allay and vi
cinity that he has talftn charge of this establish
ment, and, by keeping clean rooms and pnying
strict atf.ntk 3 to business, expects to suit all
those who ruaj favor him wilh their patronage.
Having heretofore carried on nothing but
First-Class Hair Dressing' Saloons,
be cxpecs to give entire satisfaction to all.
Children and Ladies' -hair neatly cut and
shampooed. JOSEPH AVELliEll.
rUAIA'. - - lUItAIxVCJ.
also, a stock of
TH E BET Z.IQUOR !
for Medicinal purposes only.
. . -Vi ,.-(
I AM PBKPARED TO DO
ALL KINUS OF TURSINd!
I ko(-p ou band and make to order
jrr-fr- Shop near the "Magnolia Mills."
JOHN 51. MLTZLEIt
Always ou hand a large stock of
Box, Cooking and Parlor Stoves !
and nianuf.icturcs all khuls of
Tin, Ciper and Slieet-lron Ware,
xill of which arc oRort'l at the lowest rntcs for
CAHyi R COUNTHV PKODUCli!
' Alt kimls of repairing done, on horfc
ii'tire, aivl entire sl isfacthm warniuterl, at my
Stove and Tin 8tore:. - "
- X X T T '
IIIALLFAGER THRESH Elt
blowers J Reapers
And all kinds of
Agricultural Implem'ts & Maeliines
On hand and for sale hy
LLA1X, Yol'Nt: & CO.,
S "Til SS Albunv, o,-
AVo are pr.'ieirel to rft"cr to the public the lar
gest and lllldT SKLKCTEU stock of Clothing
of our own manufactn -e. ever b-ottht to Portland,
and at prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
WM. CCltlUEil & CO.,
jy2 l l-thn l:i Froi.t-st., Portland.
OF ALL KIXPS,
BEARD & COLVER.
itlid for ,-iale low
.. on hand
at thi ulhcu
Loxihin, 23.- licports front Chateau
Fevriers ( l-'rauce) via leiTm,say that all
uiseipline is vanishing jat l'aris. SoUicrs
arc mutinous, and in jsouie cases have
shut their otHcera j
Following just received : I'russian
yutis at Seeux now coititnatid the south
ern j. ai t of j'arisT 'J'hp railrotid is fin
ished arouml the 1'arisi forts.
The Prussians will; occupy Oilcaus,
which has been cvaeuated by the French.
liiey nceuiy Auuacre, eionteeu miles
west, of V eisailles.
Tot: its, Sept. -'.. jMails arrive, here
spasmodically from Paris. a
Another balloon from Uazajne's head
quarters at Metz has fallen iiAhc Freneli
territory, it contained 187 letters. He
litis plenty of provisions, with the excep
tion of butcher's meat. Soldiers and
citizens eatipjr, horse meat.
Loxdon, Sept. 23.- A dispatch sent
in t!:c day time about the battle near
l'aris, was simply another report of Mon
day's battle. j
A telegram lrom Ferlin at 10 o'clrfck
this evcnitifr, sjia-s that the capture of
Tours litis just been tknnouuecd at the
1 loyal Opera, but the hews is not official.
Jt is reported that the theatre at Strass
burir was s''t on lire by shells, and three
hundred hersous who had taken refuge
in the buildir.tr, mostly women and chil
dren, were burued to death
a mob was pillagiutj tlie city. The news
has not been confirmed.
Florence, . Sept. !23. Garibaldi is
still a prisoner, but unmolested.
I'ouns, Sept. 24. iFollowiiio- import
ant information has been made public : j
of a terrible war between Russia aud
Turkey, just developed by the cable dis
patches, has created a flutter among
speculators a.ud dealers in the grain
market. The Miipments of Russian wheat
by the llaltic will shortly be stopped.
France, Germany and other ports of
Europe will be lorced to rely upon the
United States for food, and the result
will be a rapid rise in the price of our
Special dispatches announce that Rus
sia is massing 20i),000 men ou her south
ern frontier, and that Turkey is well and
Calais special says that Bismarck, in
behalf of the Ivinir of Prussia, refused to
i telegraph Favre excepting au armistice.
ravre made proposals for peace, nisi -ting
that he represented the French Govern-,
mehtj but Rismarck's hard logic com
pletely upset him.
Still later dates from Paris state that
beyond some skirmishing of outposts,
there was nothing new. "
Versailles message says the Prussians
have undertaken nothing important in
The guuboats ou the Seine are now
ready for action Futreiichmcut and
barricades are going ou everywhere;
around the city.
London, Sept. 20. Bismarck gays
the question of peace is reduced to the
possession of Metz and Strasburg will
treat on no other terms.
Fighting all day Friday " near l'aris
reported from Tours, but accounts arc so
Also, that j contradictory that the London press
We call this a pretty incident,1 which
occurred recently in a Western town: In .
one of the rooms of the public school is a
lame girl, whom the teacher allows to be
dismissed before the others, so that 110
harm may befall her when they crowd out
together. Not long ago the building
took fire, and the scholars rushed for the
doors from all the rooms but one theene
where the lame girl had her desk. There
the girls sat quietly in the excitement
until their unfortunate companion had
passed out before them, as; usual, when'
they followed with an outburst of fright
as intense as their conduct was noble.
The San Francisco and 2sorth Pacific
Railroad is progressing very rapidly.
Five miles of rails have already been laid.
It Ts expected that it will be completed to
Santa Rosa before the 1st of November.
refuse to publish them.
Amiexs, Sept. 2G. The. Prefect of
this department ; has issued an address,
in which he states there is but one duty
left for Frenchmen war to the knife.
' London, Sept. 2G. Prussians are
Count Bismarck demands as preliminary hastening -the reconstruction of fortress
and conditional to peaife, that all fortress- j Loan. j
JjRCSsels, cpt. lib. 1 ravelers who
Their bu-iess is managed by underwriters wi:--have
no Miperiors and bat iVw erpiaUi in the Unin
Tbeir t isks ;:r.- .-mail, carefully sctciovd, nd .-cal-t.
red lltroMgiiimt the entire I iiit.d Stales, thus
avuldi!i;i ii'-avy 1 s in the nni-t serious eTii!ae.ra
tioii. Their rates are not of the trr.ess in- cand
ling i'1-.b.-r. but are based ou actual exf'i-rieni e,
and are as l-.w as gi -d -insurance cat: be furnished
at. - Tl:. ir b-.-s.-s at.' h'-tifvrably tint! pr.-mntly ad
justed, and paid in jrobl coin without cetay or
discount. Their agent lueated at a!! points f;t"
importaiK e, liar.- autiiorif v to i-su--; licies direct,
tints avoiding the dacyer and ib.vay incident t:'
fhc sal' arerev sy.- tern : uml. ill each and every
particular, ? as regards solvency . pcrniaiieuey,
j-rndeiit management, h'eno-al !e coiiduct,etui'abie
rates, and eons- r va t i v e practices,
'S'?i !sIs"isiv, l SI a rt vi,
furoi.sc.'s ra'il',i ic-s to trie iu -urlng ublic unetpiail
ed by any other O-lc.i any doing bu.-iness tin this
ts iti the provinces of Lorraine and Alsace
be tieuvered over to the 1 russians, as
well as Fort I'umont
l'aris. Tlui Provisional Government
considers these couaifions absolutely
inadmissible, and will Immediately issue
a proclamation to the pfcople of the nafion,
as well as to Ambassadors from foreign
countries, exposing the situation and
have escaped from l'aris state that guns
are firing day and night.
' It is reported! that the police of Calais
were instructed yesterday to allow no
Frenchman to embark on outward bound
uessels, whethop having passports or not.
Berlin, Sept. 26. Favre did not
see the King. !
Thore is nothing new from l'aris.
The hoadquai-ters of the Crown Prince
A Williainsport, Pa., paper says a
census marshal reports that he ' found an
old kdy in Forest county 107 years old.
When he interviewed her she was chop
The oldest newspaper in the world is
published in Pekin. It is priuted on a
large sheet of silk, aud, it is said,' has
made a weekly appearance for upward of '
a thousand years.
.. . . 1
Stockings are going out of fashion for
ladies street wear in l'aris, and bare feet
and sandals are to be generally introduced--
i ,i . . "
A man in Indiana wants a divorce be
cause his wife scolds him, and makes hint
sit on a red hot stove.
indicating the new incisures to be taken
for the national defense.
It was erroneously tieported yesterday, of Saxony, with, the -1th army corps, is at
lUraud Jremblauc, ten mnes north ot
' l'aris. j
i Tours, S'ept.j 2G. The garrison at
; Havre was reinforced, aud has received
around l'aris re-
tiiat the I'liiiageinctits
suited in French reverses. The Frcncl
h:.d the advantage in (every battle yes
Hy authority of a tSjiecuil Act of the Leg
islature of the State of California.
rPANI GIFT CONCEIIT IN AID- OF
the Jferrantitc hibrcu-y AntociatioH of Ban
Franeisee, California, -
MONDAY, October 31st, 1870.
Tiekets of Admission, $3.00 gold coin.
Treasurer The liank of California,
During tho entertainment the Bum of $500,00!
U. S. C,old Coin wilt be returned to the Holder
of Tickets, by the distribution by chance, of the
following lilFTS :
Fourteen Uhlans enjfered Klampes and a number of miiji-ailicurs, and is now pre
Uemaii!oa money and urtus. J he 31 ay or ; parea to oeiy any attacK
rctusea unless a force
enough to overpower
him. They left
and have not approaeljed since.
by the Prussian
J.'iNiiox, Sept. ' iM.-j Ijisipatehes from
near l'aris to-day say (hat riHe bring and
canuouadiiiLT w as hearil roing at at l'aris.
24. hToukwas captured
:tt sukiset yesterday.
London. Sept. 20. All hope of set
tlement between Prussia and France has
been abandoned. The relusal of Bis
marck's proposal by the French, will
place that i-ountry in a worse positiou.
Policies Issued and Renewed Direct by
Ia. E'S.,1 W, Ajveiif,
spitixd! a.) snnmi styles.
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING.
A Samson. There is a man living in
Calhoun county, Miss., who is supposed
It was distinctly observed from the bights j to be the strongest man in the State, if
that a conflict was i-A progress, but no i not in the entire South, lie is thirty-
details have t een received. ( live years ot age and weighs two hurUrcd
There is great dangjer of a revolution- and twent3'-five pounds, lie has been
ary outbreak in Paris,; involving another knowu to carry three bars ot railroad trou
change of Government. The Reds arc when it takes from three to five ordinary
f m inus against the present leaders. men to carry one. He cau take a cask
Dispatch from Touljsays yesterday the j containing forty gallons of whisky or
towu was captured Ly fstorm by 1'russiaus ; water (.the former is preferred we
after determined resistance. The bom- ! presume), and raise it from the ground
baulment had lasted! for several days, land drink out of the bunghole with as
destroying the principal buildings and j much ease as others could out of a coui
doing great damage. The storming party I mou pitcher; aud he has frequently taken
advanced and afterwards the Prussian ,' a barrel of flourj under each arm, and
forces carried it by storm. j balancing a sack of salt on his head,
Bit uss els, Sept. 24 -6on. Bazaiue j carried them for several hundred yards
has offered to capitulate at Metz, on con- ! with apparently but litle effort. He offers
ditiou that he be allowed baggage and j to bet he can lift thirteen luiudrcd
arms, and agrees not to take up arms for ! pounds. I
1 (Jilt of 100,000 GoU
1 C.ift of 50,000 do
1 ift of 25,000 do
1 C.ift of. 20,000 o
1 (lift of - 19,000 do
1 Gift of 18,000 dn
1 aire of 17,000 do
1 (Sift of 16,000 do
1 Gift of 15,000 do
1 Gift of. 1-1,000 do
1 Gift of 13,000 du
1 Gift of. 12,000 dq
1 Gilt of 11,000 do
J Gift of 10,000 do
1 Gift of ,0n0 do
I out ,f . ;,000 do
1 Gift of. ; 7.000 do
1 Gift of 16,000 do
1 Gift of : 5,000 do
1 Gift of -.,4,000 do
1 Gift of. 8,000 d
1 Gilt of 2,000 do
1 Gift of 1,500 do
10 Gifts, 1,0(10 each 10,000 do
20 Gifts, 750 each . 15,000 do
20 Gilts, 50T) each 10,000 do
30 Gifts, 400 each 12,000 du
50 Gifts, :t00 each 15,000 do
50 Gifts. 200 each 10,000 do
125. Gifts, 100cach. 42,500 do
SHOULD BE LOOKED TO SOON'.
Persons having the
Wheeler & Mellck landless Chain
can have tlieul repaired so they will clean the
grain as well as any Thresher, ai:J cdeau as much
as their power will thresh. I
MADE TO ORDER ONLY. I short, all other
Agricultural Machines and implements made and
AVe are completing arrangements to manufac
ture Seed Sowers, Sulkey and Gaag Plows, of the
best patterns now in use.
2-Sr- All work warranted made of the best
Shop on corner of AVufhingtou ind Pecond-sts.,
Albany, Oregon. ilSm-J
May 2S. 1870.
Beauvls, Sept. 24, via Tours, Sept.
-25. A greaf. battle raged all day yester
day north of Paris, between Pont-aise and
It is reported that the peasants are
cutting oft' supplies.
London, Sept. 25. Lhe failure of peace
; negotiations, owing to France declining
.Prussian terms, has led to a revival of
tho pr. joct for an European Congress.
! London joui uals of yesterday eA'ening
say it is sheer nonsense for Prussia to
; admit any intervention for the settlement
of conditions for peace. If negotiations
' have really failed, the only alternative is
Berlin, Sept. 25. Official dispatch
; es say: By the capitulation of Toul
i there fell iuto our hands 109 officers,
! 2,210 men, 120 hors -s, 1 eagle, 197
1 guns, 3,000 rifles, 500 cuirasses, and large
i supplies of munitions of war.
London, Sept. 25 The latest ad
; vices from St.- Petersburg say that since
tho fall of Sedan Russian journals are
! more incliired to acquiesce in Prussiau-j
I terms ot peace. I hey admit that Alsace
j aud Lorraine must go.
j Authorized advices from Vienna an
i nounee the failure of Thiers' mission.
He received the reply that Austria, with
i the best wishes for. France, Avas in no
j condition to take active steps. Thiers
retired, disheartened. :
Tho telegram reporting fighting in
l'aris, is not believed here. Also, reports
of the pillaging of residences of persons
absent from l'aris, discredited. It is
believed that the reports were originated
by the Prussians, to operate on the minds
of the restive French; people, and bring
them sooner to submission.
Brussels, Sept. 20. Throughout
yesterday the city was in a state of great
excitement, in consequence of the news
of the failure of all peace negotiations.
The terrible demands of the war de
partment for men and material, invokes
a feeling of terror among all classes, and
there is the strongest outspoken convic
tion that the real issues, as far as the
people are concerned, are all in favor of
the Prussians, and furthei hostilities little
short of murder. :
A New. York special says, the prospect
The following we find floating in the
A poor young widow in Berlin, one
evening lately,: found on her table a note
addressed to. her, reading as follows:
"Madam I came here Avith the iutentiou
of robbing you, but the sight of this
respectable and peaceful attic room,
decorated with religious pictures -and
adorned with pious 'souvenirs, and above
ail, your two little children, which Avere
quietly sleeping in their little beds and
smiling in their dreams, have touched my
heart, aud instjad of depriving you of the
little monej- I found in your drasver, I
take tie liberty of leaving here 50,
hoping that you will accept them as a
tribute of my i respect and admiration.
True, the money has been stolen; but
perhaps in the course of every day life-
you have taken; money from many a worse
man than your obedient servant."
Uncle Jake Simmons, once well known
among Michigan politicians as a member
of the "Sinnit" from Macomb, took it into
his head one dtiy to marry a rich widow of
pepper temper, who got the letter of him.
The quarrel Avas long, fierce and bitter,
aud at last, able to bear it no longer,
Jake made his appearance at George
Wisner's law office, at Pontiae, in a high
state of excitement, demauding an instant
bill of divorce.
'For what cause?" asked George.
Jake was puzzled.
Take the statutes, Weczner, and read
'em all over." r
Jake renewed his quid and listened
with marked attention till George came
'That's it, Weezncr," exclaimed Jake,
slapping his thigliR: "she's as impudent
as h 11 I"
James King, a citizen of Dover (New
Hampshire), recently celebrated -his
eighty-first birthday and second wedding
day siuinltaneously, by leading to tho
hymenial alter a blooming bride of seventy-six.
Counterfeit 10 and 20 greenbacks
have been brought in from Arizona to
C28 Gifts in all... $500,000
The Cor.ci-rt ami Distribution will take plaeo .
under t her immediate direction of the Board of
Trustees of the Mercantile Library Association,
assisted by a Supervisory Committee selected from
State, City and Oounty officers, and well known
citizens of San Francisco.
UOliEIlT B. SWAIN. President M. L. A,
AV. II. L. UAIINES, Vice-President.
AVM. C. II ALSTON, Treasurer. '
After paying the expenses of tho entertainment
and making the distribution of the Gills, au abovo
announced, tho balance will be applied to extin
guishing the,present indebtedness of tho Mercan
tile Library Association. "
Holders of tickets to which gifts may be award
ed, will receive the same on presentation of aucp.
tickets or coupons to the Business Agent of tho
Hoard of Trustees at ttheir office. No. 318 Califor
nia street, San Franewco.
Holders of Tickets to tho Gift Concert in
aid of the Mercantile Library Association, are
hereby notified, that the Concert is postponed until '
Monday, October 31st, 1879.
Unexpected interferences have operated to make
this delay necessary to accomplish the result of
freeing the Library from debt, witbont rccjours
to other privileges granted by act of the Legisla
ture, passed I-ebruary ID, 1870.
This is positively the only postponement which,
will be made. The Concert will take place yn Iho
day above named, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m.,
and to continue until all the gifts have been
awarded.. ; ,i , it-:-
The funds already in bunk are considerably,
more than sufficient to insure the successful com
pletion of the contract with the public.
The sale of tickets will positively close on
Fridajr, tho 28th day of October, 1870.
All tickets remaining unsold at that time will
be withdrawn from sale and cancelled. They will
be advertised by their numbers, oo the 29th day
of October, 1870, in one or more of the daily pa
pers of this eity. Any diminution thus mado ia
the number of tickets to be drawn, will not effect
the number or amount of gifts. They will bo as
heretofore advertised, to-wit : 628 frifts, amount
ing in all to $500,000 gold.
Ticket holders residing out of San Francisco
will receive daily accredited lists of the awards of
tiifts, which will also be published in the leading
San Francisco daily papers, on tho first of No
vember, 1S70. ,
Delivery of gifts will commence November 2d.
1870. at tho Office, No. 318 Califortia street, to all
parties presenting tickets to which gifts have been
awarded. AU gifts awarSed to non-rcsidentswill
be held to their order and for their account.
ROBERT B. 8AVAIN, Prcs. -M. L. A.
AV. II. L. BARNES, Vice-President.
W. C. ItALSTON, Treasurer.
T110S. It. HAYES, Recording Sec'y
DAVID AV1LDEU, Cor. Sco'y.
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AV. Ashburnor, J. M. MeNulty, A..M. Lpets,
AV. E. AVood, A. V. Elfclt. Isaac AAonnser,
AV. G. Badger, K.B.Reynolds, Sam'I Hubbaru.
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l-siu Hk. sis ani"i""
r. t o r.T? O ATS
4 (KOOO whUh Ale MgWt market price
wilt bcpaid. in CASH, at r1u BOISE,
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Also. Butter and ,n " be paid in
for which the highest market pric