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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1870)
H A.TU 11 DA 1 , OCTOHEll 1,
Two AGA!ST Ose. A young man Progressing. e rode out as far as !
mcd Isom, a teamster, returning from s tlie Santiam river on last Sabbath, to see '
j Portland loudt-d with goods for one of our 1 how the railroad was progressing. The
Subscribers finding an 3C after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, anil they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms S:i per annum, in advance;
nix months. $2 : three month.", $1.
Alts.y.w Pukcinct. Through the
politeness of Card. N. . Humphrey,
Assistant Marshal, we are furnished with
the following facts with regard to Albany
precinct : There are in the precinct a
total of 445 dwellings ; 435 families ; 1,-
W. II. KUHX CO.,
10. mprrjitilo firing TIttir:1?iv vrinnr inat. 1 lrilrr n fri the S.-intinit. is in a riiucll
w j -fcJ J o ------ -
which sat two men. One of the men ac- j substantial piers have beeu constructed,
costed Isorn, orderinsr htm to give the a large number of piles driven, aud every
road. Isom refused, telling the men that j thing was, so far as we could judge, in
they by rights should give the road as '; readiness for the frame work, which, we i
they had no load. They threatened ; were lrilurmeU, is ail ready at the torn
to "put a head'' on Isom if he did not I party's shops, and will be forwarded from
corunlv with their wishes, and as he still 'Salem by teams. A larjre number of the
refused, one of them proceeded to carry j railroaders are encamped a short distance j ANVILS) VICESj BELLOWS)
out the threat. Isom succeeded in sending on th:s side or the river, where they j TT Tlnnmers
f ! Hammers. Hammers,
i Sledges, Sledges,
I Saws, Haws, Saws,
'; S.-iu-s. Saffs. Saws,
Having just received a Large and well selected
! FAUMEIVS & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
his man to "crass," and had him pretty i have already done some hundreds
well choked, when the second man came j yards of grading, &.c. We were informed
076 white males 1,018 white females ' forward and planted a blow on the upper j that hands were to be massed between
3 colored males ; 1 colored female; 00 ! lip of Isom, which brought the claret, j this point and the Santiam as rapidly as
foreign born females; 35 foreign born i and induced Isom to loose his hold of the j possible, and in the expressive language
females; 2 blind persous ; 2 deaf and i first an d "go" for the si-cond man, which j of Den. Holladay, the road was to be
dumb, and 1 insane. Total population of i he did tu good style, until the teams, thus j "popped through to Albany in no time.'
the precinct, two thousand and tiinty- left alone, concluded to move on. 1 he
four. The population of the county wil' I first man broke for his team, followed
not be so large as was anticipated at the ' immediately alter by his comrade, on the
outset of the census probably uot over I double .juick ; both got into the empty
nine thousand, making Linn county the j wairoii, and left in a hurry. Mr. Iscm
third in point of population, instead of j Silvs he did not have time to "polish" his
the second, as we stated recently. As J ,nan as he intended. It was late, and
NEW JEWELRY STORE
I . TITUS,
Terriblk Acciuknt. On Tuesday
last Mr. W. Tally, an old resident of
this city, while out hunting, accidentally
shot himself in the left hand, breaking
the bones and terribly lasceratinir the
j palm of the hand. The third fiugor and
Snritiirs. SonnffS. Snrinirs.
soon as the Marshal shall have completed ' Jr. I, being a new comer
Lis returns, we shall endeavor to give all ! wh0 the two men were.
facts and figures of interest. I
could not tell i
j the metacarpal butie were removed from
AIJE.NT FOR THK CELITBn ATED i
American & Swiss Gold & Silver latches
Of every description. Direct Importer of
the ery best j
SWISS MADE WA.TC1IES,
Cients and Ladies SIzrs.
THE FIXKST SELECTION OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS)
Of all Kinds constantly on hand.
- O . I
BKI'AIRINO OF j
WATCHES, SPECTACLES f- JEWELRY
Fair Receipts. A. X. Arnold, Esq.,
Treasurer, favors us with following re
port of the receipts of the Linn County
Fair, held at their grounds near this city
last week: tate ices, SI ,:; ;!7 ; en
tries, $-Zjt) ; licences, S3i'J 7- to
tal receipts, 5 1 ,0'JS 21. 'Jhus it will be
seen that the receipts were ST'.'o 75 less
than the Fair of 1M50, the receipts on
that occasion being -?2,702. Had the
enemies nf the Association w. irked as
energetically for the success of the Fair
as they did for its defeat, we would have
had the largest and uios" successful Fair
last week ever held in. Linn county.
Personal. Jake Xorcrtws, Esq.,
looking as natuial as life, is at present
making our city a visit, aeeompauied by
his estimable wife. He reports Ochoco,
his home, all right.
The friends of Johnny Irvine will be
pleased to learn that he is- slowly recov.
eriii j: from his severe illness from ty
the hand by Dr. Tate, and it is thought
the balance of the hand may be saved,
although in a mutilated state. Mr. Tally
was carrying his gun in the right hand,
muzzle in front, in pursuit of a pheasant,
parting the brush with the left hand,
thus bringing it on a line vfith the muz
zle ot the gun, when in some unaccount
able manner the piece exploded, sending
the whole load of shot through the leit
Mrs. Jvl. Leach, l-r.mk l.eacli ar.a : pAUIXl! Fkat While at
Mr. Adams, intend starting for the j on a:j( Sabbath, a young lady of that pros-
a few days, for the benefit of i pcious village performed the feat of walk-
I'lanes, Planes, Planes,
Planes, Planes, Planes,
C'ors-C'ut and ITS ill Saws,
Together with a large assortment of
Xails, Nails, Nails,
Nails, Nails, Nails,
Springs. Springs, Spriugs,
Axles, Thimble-Skeins, Bolts, &.C., &c.
Alio, a well Selected Stock of
spokks. mns. p.ent iiims. ;
SHAFT?. POLES. IIICKOKY AXLE?. KTC, !
1 We claim to kec nil
All ff which we are now ofl'crin to the uldic ! , . , x-
at low ratc. As we umke the bnaincss a spec- F I II T Ql A LI T 1
ially. we can and will keep a better :i?floitment at j , anJ at j,riCOi, that defv competition,
hiwer prices than any house in this city. : i
Iteceivi'ig anl opening a large and splendid
. assortment of
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
. Which we offer at reduced rates.
V. It. KUIIX ,i CO.
In the Monteith Fire proof lirick, First-st.
; -March 12.-70-27
I'.very Article Sold and all Repairing
ti O O D i
A. COWAN. A. W. STAXABB.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
F I ItST STREET AI.1SAXV.
I ing from shore to shore of the Santiam
Maiikets. At present our m irket is
rather unsettled, with prices tending up
ward. The pro.-pect uf a war between
Russia and Turkey has created great ex
citement in breadstuff in the markets of
the E ist. nn 1 should th j war proceed,
wheat here m iferial
If our farmers
Dr. E. 11. Geary vent to Portland du- , river, on the narrow plai.ks laid on top of j
ring the week, to examine, as one of the ; il0 piers aud false-work of the new budge !
three Commissioners appointed lor that j for tlie beneiit of the workmen:' Nothing j
purpose, the second twenty mile section, j daunted by the rushing, seething waters
uow completed, of the O. & C. Ilailroad. 80me forty feet beneath her feet, and the
The cars are now making regular trips to j fact that several gentlemen who had tried
Salem. i the experiment, but were compelled to
Messrs. F. S. Powell and A . I Hen- , jt JUWn, being overcome by dizziness,
diickson, with their iamihes, during the unt ..COOI1 ;t" back to the startii.g point,
present week, moved from Linn into she bravely "walked the plank," without
Polk county two good men, ;:nd we are j tjle p;lst :lpparent trepidation, and climb-
CITi" J'JiOI'Fin'V FOPiSALE!
STITZEL & UPTON,
Heal Estate Dealers, Albany, Og-n.
They offer a large and weT -,teeted istoek of
STAPLE DRY CJOODS !
At ' Extraordinary Low Prices
Osxsli i Iiotlnc;o I
should, y any possibility, be able to soil
their wheat for -51 per bushel this
fail, it will sorely discommode them, puz
zling some of them am.i.iugly to know
what to d i with such '-gobs" of cash.
We would suggest, in the eveut of such
n calamity, that a sale investment, would
ho to buy "some"' railroad, or visit tlie
State Fair week after next in either
cise th'.-y w ul.l have strength euough
to carry all they had left.
rry to lose them from this' corr munity.
Sociaui.e. -V Sociable was to have
been held at tli-j residence ol Mr.
J. A. Winter on Tuesday night lar-t, but
was postponed on account of a church
meeting on that evening. It will trans
pire on Wednesday evening next, and a
ircueral invitation is extended.
I'KAD. A note from S:dem, date
Om.l'iEli. We are under obligations
ti Mr. IjijeMn, of Milwaukie, for a large
cherrv tree. !' the J!aek I'epubiiean
variety. We shall undertake to rai.-e our
nvu cherries hereafter. Ql. S- Since
vrititg the ahove. somobo ly has levanted
with our shrub." and we are therefore
reluctant v i-Miipelie l to deler going into
the cherry buiuess until ne can get an
Sej t. "29th, informs us of. the death of
Us--v. Win. lloyal, on that date, in the
T.V.h year of his .age. Funeral services
tratisptreu on t!
Mkx axu Tkams Wanteu. Mr. II.
Th'.etaenT Superintendent of the Oregon
& Califoinia Ilailroad, this morning a-3-vertises
for ,"00 men and K'O teams to
work on the road. Here is a chance for
all idle men and bo- to get work. Ap
ed down the long ladder on the Albany
side of the river. There's nerve for you. j
, We'll bet our stamps on that maiden's
Georgia State Fair. A note from
Atlanta, Georgia, -dated Sept. 0, 1S70,
infones us that the Georgia State Agri-
; cultural Society will hold its sixteenth
annual Fair in 'Oglethorpu Park, two
; miles from the cit- of Atlanta, commenc
ing October 10th (present month), and
will continue from ten to fifteen days.
The Association oilers ?2.".000 in pre
miums, and iu addition, the citizens of
Atlanta offer 62,'0:.) for the fastest trot
ting horse, and S;VJ0 for the uext best
i open to the world. 15y resolution, unan
imously passed, the Society cordially cx-
tends an invitation to their fellow citizens
of the North. Eist and West to meet
, with ihtir brethren of the South, cx-
l.ots 1 , :
CITY OK AI.HAXY :
7 ami S, lilot k 10 good house.
Lots ?, and 4,
4 Lots in
4 I...t.s in
Lots T, and f. in
J..'t ." and 0, in
1 0 hou?e and harn.
1 IS no improvements.
Iu addition to a very lare etoek. (covering
everything in the line of Cottons, wc
have a complete assortment itf
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Roys and sjeii's
pt fiTiiTuri ami rTTDUTiiiwfi annus 1
UhUllllliu uuu i u xtii luiiiii u. uuuuu
II AT?, CAPS, RiJOT?, SHOT
ritli a No.
2i f.-et on First strc. t. in Pdock .".
1 Frame Stere-hnu.-i two stories.
$2o a metith.
Lots 2 and ti in Muek t:, with ;riod Honse and
Barn. Price, soo.
L-.ts 1. 2 and " iu l.l k 0 lai-e dwelling and
Lots. 5 and 0 in Id.iek 1.10 good limrse. rriie.
Ten Homestead Lots, It aere5 eaeh. J mile north
of Ai'oiny. at $12i each.
For particulars apI'W to
J. C! JIENDEMIAI.I., Agent,
jmil 1-40 Alloiny, Oregon.
THE EYES ! THE EARS !
Carpet. Wall-Paper. Paper &. Linen
! Blinds, &c, &.C j
Kii'ciiil aitn;i n i? lircctel ti out ?tuck of
1 HON AND STEEL
! - AND j
! -i:I.52 - I. HAKDWAKE!
Whii h is the larreft and most complete this tide
You are invited to call and examine our K'ol
i Toe highest mark, t price iu ea.h puid for
j Wool, Hncoit mad Lard !
A. COWAN A CO.
Oct. s. isoa s
the Scwlnir Circio at
; . ! Got id Ikka. A move in tlie right j chaugo friendly greetings, exhibit stock,
c mean the meeting ot j j- , atteuiDt now bein-' made agricultural imnlements and other arti-
Dr. Griffin's on , . - .,.,tr..i ? w :.. i.. ., .i ,f
ut'nmMiay. J lie attendance was me ; - , , ,.,. t i.-
J 1 the city upon which to move the ."I. r..
largest of theseason, and was made doubly , .,, .
J ', Church buna ing.
pieasant by the whole souled and kindly ! : ;
, . r.i ii . it- i t t. 1 AceoMMODATINO. That nice spring
greetinu's of the Doctor and his Iuily. It , "
i " . i . M , . i wa"on attached to the ccrocery establish-
is seluom that loiks are permitted to par- j "i-J-1 c J
,.t. r i 1 1 , ineut of Mr. X. 8. Dui'ois, is proving a
take ol such excellent viands as were , r o
great convenience to our citizens. Oro-
furiii.-lieil to guests at the supper table on ;
the material interests of all sections. !
This iuvitation, so cordially extended, '
comes just in the niek o' time, and will
lie An cordially received by our citi.eus. '
Our railroad will then be finished to a
point between Salem and the Santiam, j
It. S A1.TM A US II.
Dr. T. I,. OLDG,
OCUtlST AND AURI T,
ALBANY, : : : OREGON.
old Opthalmic l)oetor, S. C.
A. CAROTZZERS & CO.
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
AM) P K ALI'RS I N
iiakhiui:i:u and tcio. He learn;
from the Assistant Marshal for this coun-
ty, Caft. N. 15. Humphrey, that the
population of Harristuro; isj three hun-
ceries aud provisions purchased there are
r delivered at any point iu the city, free of
Meats. For choice cuts of meats.
! either mutton, pork, veal, or beef, go to
dred and fifty, all told. This is something !
less than we were led to expect from old J
residents. .Scio, too, the famed city of!
the "Folks," falls behind slightly, her ;
population being two hundred and ten.
Heal Kstaik Sai.k. The north half
of the donation land claim of Davis Lay
ton, deceased, will ly? offered at public
auctiou, at the Court House door in this
city, to-day. Those desiring to Secure
valuable real estate will take notice, and
govern themselves accordingly. "
( The Mill Race. The mill race of
Messrs. Ucach & Monteith is progressing
finely, and but a few yards more of dirt
and rock arc left to be removed. The
turbine wheels have arrived, and one of
them is already in it3 place. In a week
or ten days more the race will be com
pleted. It will then undoubtedly be the
finest race in the State. The lumber used
in its construction cost over one thousand
Pleasant. The meeting rf the Con
gregational Sewing Society, held at
Judge Cranor's, on Thursday afternoon,
was a very pleasant occasion ; in fact it
couldn't well be otherwise, under the
superintendence of Mrs. Loncolu and
Miss Lizzie Ingles. Of course the church
realized a neat little sum.
the Franklin Market, in charge of that
excelsior butcher aud liberal hearted
gentleman, Mr. A. Z. Sears.
! Cider, and Tuinus. At Messrs. Ilil-
-tab'.del & Co.'s you can get a good article
PA I N T S, DYE-STUFFS, OILS
far as East Portland by rail, thus avoid- j J"' feels confident of BivinS entire Fatis , ,
J ' faction to those who may place themselves iiniltr pnifnnilrv Tikllfif KnniK l it
ing a long and weary journey by stage ! j his care. jllHUnitr), lOlltl UOOUN, lYl.
After reaching the terminus of the U. tV ' ' 1
C. It. 11 , our folks can then choose their i
O'rn mode of travel, or walk the balance ;
of the w;i3'. Ou this 'day out" doubtless I
a large number of our citizens will attend, I
and we bespeak for them, two weeks "or j
so iu advance, the kindest attentions of pi enu DDAUM nnrCU CPAD
, , ULHUIl) iinuil II) Ull kkll j UUHH
i STORE OfEX IAY AXO XK1IIT.
au J tliOSC who Vrish to attcu J Can 0 as i the various l:srn-es to which the tv ami enr are :
O O O 1
Tiiat Piioto-rapli Best,
A It E
Our' Goods are FRESH and
our large-nearteu irienus in ueorgia. jjui : i
of cider and, in fact, almost anything 1 jesting aside, the Georgia Fairs have al- i LET MOROONj anJ ecP ORANGEi
else you may want in the crrocery and ways been occasions of the greatest iuter- j .
J J w i .J ' Those that take w httc, or nearly so, arc
provision line. ; est throughout the entire South, and the ;
Spkciai. Police. In view of -the fact disPlay of bloodea stock alone, at the ' Purple, Blue, Crimson, Pink, &C.
I 1 CUIU1U" J. Ull. Mill IUUIU HiaiJ l.H'-'.'V
that our city was bleesdea with qtntc a
Froht-8t., Albny,Ogn. 120JIy-t.. Pan Frn'-
ciMco, Ciiforni. : ...
B.r Cheadle fe Co.y
TrVholc-tfal'o aod' Retail 6dal'e-a Va1
Groceries and Meneral Merchandise
ASK-r ' . . j -
.' '., ; !
FOUWAftDlXi k COMMISSION
MARK GOODS' ::
JL. 3m Albany, OregOrt ; 6f
O- San Francisco, Galv
I.itjcrar' advances made on consignments
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I ISTESB UOKM A
General ( oinmissioii Business
, - for tlie urpope of selling'
All Kind of I'rodtic'
that may be conslgneil to me to ftill.
Will receive and attend to all orders on ine to l'
tilled in San FrancUco.
oct9-5tf - CHEA-BtE
GOODS RECEIVED BV
which will be m14 tiT
CASH i- TRADE.
iy Cents per ISuwhcf
in trade, or on Book aceonnt
For all that may be oflfererf
oct9 5 It. CHEADM?,
l-ovt Strrct. three ilnryrn beUnr C'onnorV. -
Albany. feb 12'70-2."! Oreg-on.
number of roughs from Portland last
week, our City Marshal, for the better
protection of eitizen, employed three
Wheat Rkceipxs For the week
ending Sept. 2'Jth : JIagnolia Mills, 5,
843.11 bushels; Albany City Mills, for
the two weeks ending Sept. 29th, 0,500
Cf.rtian am Slbe. At the store of
Messrs. DIain, Young & Co. you will find
a splendid lot of new goods, consisting of
everything you can think of, and which
can bo purchased at lower rates than
Pept. IS, T,9-2
.1. A. WIXTKR.
leisure to mrke the trip.
The most Wonderful Dook of
the Nineteenth Century !
Lkgai. A number of valuable blocks
and lots, belonging to the Gordon estate, j
and situated iu llacklenian's addition to ;
the city of Albany, will be sold at auction A Curious Dook for Curious People,
ou Saturday, the 20th day of this month.
Mr. Joseph Nixon has been appointed
administrator of the estate of James Nix
on, deceased, to whom all claims against
the estate should be presented for adjustment.
STITZEL & UPTON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
A S I
(1 E N R 11 A J, A G E N T S.
And a Good Dook for every one !
Ii,Ai: IIOUK TALK
M E DIC A L C O M M O N S E N S E,
by k. n. footk, r. I).
List of Puemiums. If we can get
through with our rush of work so that
we can do it, we shall print the list of
premiums awarded at the lato Linn
County Fair in our next issue. If this
be not possible, then in the following is
sue that of the 15th.
Yes! If you want to buy goods, of
the best quality, too, at prime cost, you
tbouB, drop into .Tno. :onner'p.
Accident. On Wednesday, while on
the way to this city, the team of Mr.
Nathan Bond became frightened nod ran
away, precipitating Mr. JJond and lady
to the ground, causing them to receive
severe and painful injuries. A
More Yet. Since our last notice,
Mrs. Duniway has received another lot of
choice fall milinery, among which arc
some of the loveliest hats imaginable.
Ladies will please remember this fact.
Regular Service. Preaching at the
M. E. Church every Sunday hereafter.
The community is invited.
Friday of last week is pronounced the
j big day of the Linn County Fair.
SfNUAY. What a pleasant day is
.Sunday to the weary man, who necessari
ly catches but briet glimpses ot home
during the toiling week, who is off in the
morning while the little eyes are closed
in slumber, not back again at night till
they are again sealed in sleep ! What
would he know of the very children for
whom he toils were it rot for the blessed
breathing respite of Sunday ? What hon
est woi kingman's child will ever forget
this day, when clean and neat it is his
privilege to climb papa's knee, and haug
about hia neck, and tell him all the news
which goes to make up his narrow little
world. Narrow, did we say? Wc recall
the word, for it wideus out into tho bound
less ocean of eternity. Sunday for the
workiugmen's children ! So would we
have it a day hallowed by sweet, pure
homo influences, when the little band,
quiet, complete, shall rest from labor, and
love shall write it down blessed day of
all the seven.
If you v. :uit to know the effects of Sexual Star
vation ; Prostitution Contiucnce on the one
hand and Vie- ou the other;
If you waut to know how to have Healthy Ba
bies ; how to keep them healthy ; how to grow up
healthy, and die only of old ago ;
If you want to know all about Common Sonse
Remedies ; Kluctriiity ; Animal Magnetism :
and who boliere in it ;
If you want to know all about diseases peculiar
to women ; to girlhood ; to the maidon ; to the
wife and mother, read" Private Wordsto Women."
If you want to know valual.de hints to the child
less ; how to overcome barrenness ; how to become
a mother ;
If you want to know all about diseased peculiar
to men : their nature and treatment ; impoteucy;
seminal weakness, fcc.;
If you want to know all about the sexual organs;
cause of their disgraee ; their influence on devcl
opmout ; on women and civilization ;
Ifyoitwantto know all about marriage; its
history, polygamy and monogamy; polyandry
aud free love ;
If you want to know the philosophy of elope
ments ; adaptation in marriage ; philosophy of
ehild marking ; how to perfect marriage ;
And a thousand things never published before,
read this wonderful book.
SOLD ONLY BV SUBSCRIPTION.
Send for circular and terms to
A. I- BANCROFT A CO..
Central agents weft of the Kocky pIounamf.
I 33 x-3 la. o ffi oo,
! Albany, Oreg-on,
J. C. MEM)BMUM -. - Ajent.
G1 EXEKAL LAND AGENCY FOR OltEGOX.
V Established July, 1S08. An office whero
j general information concerning the resources of
' Oregon can be olttained free of charge.
Loans negotiated on fir.-t Mortgage. Iteal Es
i tafe and Collateral Securities. We have for sale
a largo amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of every des
cription, located in I.iun find other counties in
To "the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to
the owners of Real Estate : li e tako this method
of calling your attention to our place of busi
ness. Having determined to opeu a Branch Of
fice in your city, we can offer you a medium for
obtaining purchasers one that is appreciated by
buyers, as it saves t-hem much time and labor in
searching for what they want. Our principal
Agcnoy, at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and tbo office so well furnished forgiv
ing information upon Real Estate, that it affords
the mot complete facilities for all parties having
business in our line.
E You incur no expense in placing your
property on sale with us unless a sale is made.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Officc.
JOHN C. MEXUFJTHAU, Agent.
Albany, Ogn., .March 2.1, 1870. 29tf.
STITZEL A UPTON.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J. C. MEN DUN HA IX, Agent,
Office First at opposite Post Office, Albany, Ogn.
HAVE for sale in the city of Albany, a desira
ble Homestead, Lots 1, 2, 7 aud 8, corner
Third, Fourth aud Elsnor'.h Mreots, ouo -f th
best localities in the city. A good oue and thalf
story bouse, with all other conveniences, ijnply
to J. C. MLTIENHALL, Agent,
PURELY LIFE INSURANCE CO.
IX THE UNITED STATES
Governed by the Massachusetts Lapse
Xo person, after carefully examining this Law,
will forego the advantage of insuring iu this Com
pany. . " 1
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Company
It was chartered in I83&, and its enviable his
tory, during twenty-six years' -active operation
has thoroughly established Its reliability.
It Record Stands as Follows :
Cash assets, January, lf70.. $9,00(1,000 00
Cash Dividend, 18f.6 673,000 00
Cash Dividend of 1867 &20.573 ii
Cash Dividend, 188.... 786,107 K
Cash Dividend. 1809 480,.t89
Total surplus dividend.................. 4,000,000 Do
Total Losses paid.... 4,300,000 ir
By the Acts of Massachusetts, incorporated into
the (icncral Statutes of 1864, a policy of life insu
rance for the benefit of a Married l'nin or omjt
ptrton or pernoni rpecifietl, goes to them independ
ently of the Debts and Liabilities of the party who
effects the Policy.
Dividends of this Company arc paid
Annually to the Assured, in Cash.
The NEW ENGLAND is the only Massachu
setts Company doing business on the Pacifin
Coast, and therefore the only Company governed
by the equitable Massachusetts Lapse Law.
Administrator's Sale of Real Instate.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX TIIAT. IX
Xl pursuance of an order of the County Court
of Linn county, Stato of Oregon, made on the
second day of August, 1870, in the matter of the
estate of Isaiah Mercier, deceased, the undersign
ed, Administrator of the estate, will sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, U. B.
gold coin, in different parcels, on
Saturday, the 8th day of October,
1870, between the hours 8f 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. & ia block Xo. 10, and lot No. 'i in
block No. 18, in the city of Albany, Liira county,
State of Oregon, ae known and described upon the
town plat of said city of Albany, now on file in
the office of the Clerk of said Linn county.
Tebms ok Sai.k One-half in gold coin, down;
the residue in gold coin, on credit of six months
with ten per cent, per annam, secured by note and
mortgage on the premises sold. .
JJatea, August z. 187U.
P. M. PEXXINOTOX,
ept. 17, 170-4 ? Administrator.
Examples showing- ta Workings of this
PLAX ORDIXARY LIFE.
For example; A party ensuring at the age of
thirty-five, Premiums all Carh,
One Annual Premium will continue polky in
force 2 years and 3 days.
Example: Premiums all Cash Age, 35 j Plait,
Ten-Year Endowment, payable itt the age of 45.
One Annual Premium will continue policy ia force
as a lcrm i-oiicy, years.
If yon wish to mako it absolutely certain that
not a dollar of the money you invest will ever !
forfeited Invarc ia the New England.
If you wiph to get your dividends with the
second annual payment, and annually increasing
on the contribution plan, that is to get just what'
is yours no more and no less, and Just wheu it
is due Insure in the Xew England., ,
NO STOCKHOLDERS IN THIS CO.
Its business in Linn county in the last
year and a half, exceeds tbat of all other
EVERSON & MIDPLEMISS,
GENERAL AGENTS, : : SAN IRAXCISCO.
S. M. HOLSECEDGE,
102 Front-st-., Portland, Agent for Oregon and
Agent for Alhany, Ogn.
A BARGAIN CAN BE HAD I TH.
JX. Stock and Business, of the Drug Bt?n i
Brownsville, Oregon. The undersigned, wishing
to change bii business, will eispo" ef his sloe
Apply by letter or at the stonof HUMI.
' Aug. 2M070 4-5O1 ' Hre-nsvHle. Og"-