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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1871)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1871.
Subscribers finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are invited to renew their
f inscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $ 1.
A Good Appointment. The tele
graph informs us that one of our "City
Fathers," J. H. Monteith, Esq., has been
nominated by the President, and will
certainly be confirmed by the Senate, as
Indian Agent at the Nez Perces agency,
Idaho. The appointment was as great a
surprise to Mr. M. as it was to Ins friends,
as it was unsought. YTe congratulate
Mr. Monteith on his good fortune, know
ing that in him the Government will
have an honest, able aud efficient serv
ant. If all the offices of Government
were as worthily bestowed, there would
be no room for faultfinding by any one.
IVing one of our most enterprising and
energetic business men, in his departure
Albany will be greatly the loser j but
Uncle Satuuel will gain a competent and
energetic officer, who mill loot carefully
after the business with which he is en
trusted. Frit fading Out. Our old friend
The boys are having fine sport in the
river catching trout.
Larsre quantities of -wheat, oats and
i flax seed sre being conveyed by the rail
road trains to Portland from this point.
For a fine large speckled trout we are
under obligations to II. Brenner, the
gentlemanly landlord of the St. Charles.
A young couple, bent on matrimony,
recently left this county for Washington
Territory, the girl being under age. The
mother accompauied her daughter.
Talk about strictness Why, the O. &
C. llailroad Co. recently discharged an
engineer for running into and knocking
the "outsides in" of a Cay use horse !
Another engineer, getting tired waiting
for his Conductor, went off and left him
at one of the way stations, for which he
was put in "suspenders." No foolishness
allowed on this road.
Jo great activity noticed in local items
during the week, hereabouts.
Any one wishing to purchase a fine
stock farm, should apply to J. C. Men
denhall. Ksn.. real estate aireut, Parrish
A short "spell of weather" this week,
mostly rain, which, with intermissions,
continued about seven days. '
The iccond term at the Albany Col
legiate Institute commenced last Monday,
with a fair attendance. It is now a gra
While riding on a hand-car on Sunday
last, Mr. G. B. Ilaight, of this city, re
reiTcd a blow from the "brakes," on the
right leg, that made him a cripple for
Chas. Mealey, of the Furniture Store,
corner Broadalbin and First street, has
been reconstructing his warerooms, mak
ing, ihoic room, better light, &c. He has
also invented several hundred dollars in
a new boiler, refitted the steam ensrine.
added more machinery, and has seatterd j some days.
money" around Drofuselv in enlar2rinr
and bettering his facilities for manufac- j bc foUDlla few pieces of splendid calico,
turing all kiuds of furniture, etc. Char- domestics, cloths, woolen goods, etc.,
ley is a progressive, business man. and j which C3n be Lad at cost- Now is thc
we are glad to chronicle this evidence of j tiuje to lay in Soods while the2' are SoinS
!iis suecess. ; cheap. -
Contract Let. On Monday at one
o'clock the bids for building the new
county jail were- opened. There' were
At the store of Mr. John Conner can
Pn D. IL Fast. This gentleman i
presents his eard to the pubiis in this
issue or toe mkoister. lie comes to us
highly recommended as a gentleraan and j tour Dlds' tlie "jWCSt Deln- ur" " '
physician, from Australia, where he re- j Cundiff, and of course he obtained the
sided aud practised medicine for more j contract. His bid was SO, 550.
than twelve years. He converses fluent
ly in uve omercnt modern languages, is f ncrson8 rcsidin2 in Linn
a man oi rc-ane-i culture ana education, counfj who r,ay ovcr 100
"v ! thcm 1 neglected to - report
reception at tne nanus ci our citizens, ana ; SrhvI'rton Muckers. S10S 16 : John
sunt, build up a large and lucrative prac j 0j,tl.anjcr not assessed ; J. B. Irvine &
'"-'e- j Morris, SI 10. Albany Lewis Cox,
Coi'AaTNKiisiiir Notice. As will be i'147. It. A. Irvine.
Albany, Jan. 24, 1871.
Council met in regular session, and
was called to order by the Mayor. Pres
entMayor, N. II. Crauorj Councilmen
Backensto, Beach, Crawford, Cartwright,
Cheadle and Monteith. -
Minutes of previous meeting read and
Committee on Accounts and Current
Expenses reported favorably on the bill
of George Wcller, and on motion, an
order was drawn on the Treasurer for
Committee on Streets and Public Prop
erty, to when the resolution of Council
man Backensto, in relation to building
sidewalks on Lyon, from 6th to 9th
streets, was referred, reported, recom
mending that the ordinance establishing
the width of sidewalks south of 1st street
be amended so as to read as follows : If
not otherwise provided for by thc City
Council, the sidewalks, shall be six feet
wide south of First street. Thc report was
Committee on Health and Police report
ed unfavorable on the motion to dis
pense with the services of a night-watch.
Claims of E. W. Pike, J. Gradwohl
and L. Flinn were presented, read, and
referred to Committee on Accounts and
Councilman Monteith offered "Bill No.
1, granting right of way to the O. & C.
U.K. Co., on certain conditions, to con
struct a road and tun locomotives and
cars through the city of Albany. Head
firstand second time, and referred to Com
mittee on Streets and Public Property.
Councilman Cartwright offered Bill
No. 2, to amend ordinance regulating the
construction of sidewalks in thc city.
Bead first and second time, and referred
to Committee on Streets and Public
Moved that a committee of three be
appointed to revise Title 3 of Chapter 3,
relating to licensing certain occupations
in the City of Albany. Motion prevailed,
and the Chair appointed Backensto,
Cheadle and Monteith such committee.
Moved that the rules be suspended
to allow Councilman Backensto to pre
sent petition. Motion prevailed.
Petition praying for sidewalks on
street, from to street, read
and icfcrrcd to Committee on Streets
and Public Property
Councilman Backensto asked that
Walter Ketchum be allowed until the
1st of September, 1871, to open alley
between his property and that of Mr.
Parrish. Referred to Committee on
One Bergner In San Eranciseo brought
suit against another man named Dale for
$20,000 damages for the abduction of
his wife. The jury awarded him $2,
500. General Mc'Clellan's salary as head
of the New York Department of Docks
Last year nineteen tons of blanks were
sent out from the Internal Bevenue
Bureau at Washington.
Rock Island, 111., is having infants
left around on the European plan.
NEW STYLE PICTURES.
Is the most popular style of Photograph now
made. Call and see. A.J. WINTER,
Jan. 14-19J Albany, Oregon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
co-partnership heretofore existing between
H. Kohn and S. Kohn. under the firm name of
Kohn & Uro., Is hereby dissolved by mutual con
sent. All indebtedness of Kohn A Bro. will bo
paid by S. Kohn, who will collect all accounts
due the late firm. A. KOHN,
Jan. 1,-1371-18 S. KOHN.
Notice of Co-Partnerthlp.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
uudersigned. B. Kohn, successor to Kohn &
l!ro, M. Sternberg and I.. Senders, successor to
Senders. Sternberg Co.. bv tlii dy formed
a co-partnership under the firm name of Kohn,
Cternoerg dC VO., in Aioanv, bum n'unij, vreun,
to carry on the business of general merchandise,
in Parrish Brick, corner First anil Ferry streets.
I, . SENDERS.
Albany Jan. 1, I871-1S
a t r tt v.
NEW JEWELRY STORE
ANY AND ALL PERSONS DESIRING
Will call at the
as vre sell for
CASH OR TRACE IN HAND,
and will sell cheaper under this system of doing
CASH paid for all the EGGS that may be of
fered, at the CASH STOKE of
Jan. 7, 1K71-IS It.
- - Oregon.
. AOEUT FOR THE CELEBRATED
American & Swiss Gold & Silver latches
Of every description Direct Impo!
the very best
SWISS MADE WATCHES,
Gents aha X.adles Sizes
THE FINEST SELECTION P
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on hand.
RE PA IIINO OF
WATCHES, SPECTACLES A- JE
San Francisco Fricfca.
ETery Article Sold and all njepatrlug
Wc claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS,
14 and at prices that defy competition.
A. COWAS. A. W.
A. COWAN &
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY
They offer a large and weV --lected
STAPI.13 DRY fiOOBS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
in taxes ' Street and Public Property
. , ' Council adjourned.
' befo?: N. JJ. IIUMI'III
Card to the Public.
teen i'T rcterence to our anvertisir,? col- i
umus, Henry Hewett and Jas. jr. Flow- ! , , , . -
J ! Omitted frtmi last week s jssue.j
crdew. of Portland, have formed a CO- i a new order of things will be adopted next term
li:irtrer.sllip, under thc firm name of ! at the Albany Collegiate Institute. The school
llcwett, Flowcrdcw & Co., for the pur
pose of transacting a general eomtuission
business in that eiry. Consignments from
our people solicited.
A bill tras introduced at the last ses
sion of Hie Cify Council, giving the right
of way, under certain restrictions, to the
O. & C. R. K. Co. to run a switch, down
15roaJalbin street, affording shipping
facilities to all the warehouses and mills
on the river front from MarLhntns to the
Magnolia mills. Unless there is a great
change in the sentiment of thc Council,
t.bc bill will becdme a law at the next
Rifle Company. Mr. E. Y. Pike
lias secured forty-six recruits for a rifle
company, and Las notified the f5ig Injun
of thc State of the faet, and that they
are ready to be "rifled." There's nothing
- like a soldier company for 4th of July
pic nics, etc. Uully for the soldiers.
Whiz, bang, whoroor !
Temperance. Dt. M. D. Merrick,
State Lecturer, delivered a very interest
ing lecture is the Congregational church
on Wednesday night, to a large audience.
Subject Alcohol. After the lecture
the Good Templars met at their lodge
room aud initiated several new members.
Thc cause seems to be flourishing in this
Personal. Sam. Clarke, of the Salem
Statesman, made us a short visit on Mon
day. Sam. Simpson late editor of the Cor
Tallla Gazette, called to see ua last Sat
urday. Sorry we were absent. -We leant
that he contemplates taking up his resi
Mr. Jaf. Elkins is slowly recovering,
after a long and tedious illue.xs, and will
be able to attend to h's duties at thc
depot in a week or' two.
From JJrownsville. A gentleman
who left Brownsville early in the week,
informs as that a. revival f religion has
been progressing in that village for some
days, in the Baptist Congregation, nn
dor the charge of Kev. Mr. Richardson.
Rev. Dr. Hill of this city had been lend-
ing ministerial aid.
will he graded. The Primary Department will
not he eontinue.l. Nune will be reeeived who are
not advanced a? f;ir as the Fourth Reader, and to
; Decimal Fractions in the Arithmetic. Miaa Julia
i Klkin., teaelier in the Primary Department, dnr-
ing the past term ha. piven eminent satisfaction.
Next term will begin on the -'-'Id "f Jannary (la.t
Mondavi. Patronnge respertfullv solicited,
j ' M. T. CRAWFORD.
It is a great mistake to suppose that
the' cause of. ' rheumatism, neuralgia
or gout exists where tne pain is experi
enced. I ho source or these diseases is
generally urea in the blood, and it is one
of the special properties of Dr. Walk
er's Vegetable Vinegar Hitters, to
neutralize this deposit, while it renovates
tho relaxed krdneys and thus prevents
them from permitting a portion of their
secretion to escape through improper
.channels. Torpidity of the stomach has
also much to do with the vitiation of the
lood, and upon this organ the Bitters
act directly as a stimulant and invigorant
We go to press one day earlier the
present week, to enable us to move into
our new office.
County Jail. The new county jail,
to be built by 15- W. Cuadiff next season,
is' to bc of brick. 32x40 feet, and 27 feet
hioh. It will contain 200,000 brick ; will i
have five cells, three of which will be
lined with iron. Tho roof will bc of tin,
the whole to be finUhed up in good style,
at a cost to the county of $9,550. Cun
diffs hotel when completed will be the
strongest if not. the neatest in the city.
Moving. We calculate to move our
office into the new Hkgister Building,
just completed," to-day, if it don't rain,
when we shall bo better prepared than
ever to do all kinds of job printing,
"sheep for cash."
Tlueces I Knaves ! ! SWINDLERS ! ! !
These a-e thc mild terms with which to
designate those mean ctntemptable ad
venturers who have been induced by thc
high reputation which Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy has won, to put up and
offer for .sale a worthless imitation of this
celebrated medicine. Remember that
Dr. R. V. Pierce's private Stamp, which
is the only Positive Guarantee of Genu-
inflif, should be upon every package
This private Stamp, issued by thc U. S
Government expressly lor stamping Vr
Pierce's niedieines, has upon it his por
trait, name and address, and the words
"U. S. Certificate of Genuineness.'
Don't get swindled by men calling them
selves Dr. Sage : Dr. Pierce ot Jiurtalo,
N. Y.. is the only man now livirar that
has the right and can m ike thc original
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Sold by
druggists or sent by mail on receipt of
TnEM Mitten. Bill, set thc machine
to about forty thousand revolutions to thc
square second, and Ict'er brindlc. Bill
All right, here she goes : .... r
The ball dorg harks on the top of the hill, ;
And the lambs aro sporting in glee,
But I am sad as the dickens I am
My gal give the mitten to me.
' -Ah I whero will I go, and what will I do,
1 feel like a erased bumble bee?
By thunder, I'll fight I'll lick any boy,
" That ever says mitten to me.
I'm roally mad -be dogged if I ain't ;
I swear I'll kill any she ;
I'll slather and slosh I'll murder that gal,
By thunder, she shan't mitten me.
Nn. I won't do that I'll spite her, I will,
I'll hung myself on a big tree;
And then she will cry she'll die of remorse,
For giving the miitcn to me I
There, there ; thunder and mud ! dry
up I Lock the blasted thing up, and donJt
ask for any more "copy" of that kind.
All who suffer from caughs, colds, 1
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, and
the most to be dreaded of all. Consump
tion, can find sure relief in Dr. Winter's
Balsam of Wild Cierry, which always
cares when other remidics fail.
T,he house where Henry Clay was born,
near Ashland, Hanover County, - Virgin
ia; was destroyed by fire reeently. It was
more than a century old.
Excellent Interest Rules. For
finding the interest for any number of
days. The answer in such' cases being
ia cents, sepqratc the two right hand fig.
ures of answer to express it iu dollars and
cents : .
Four Per Cent. Mnltiply the princi
pal by the number of days to run ; sep
erate right hand figure from product, and
divide .by 9.
Five l'er Cent. Multiply by number
of days, and devide by 12. !
Six Per Cent. Multirlv bv number I
, of days ; seperate right hand figure, and J 1$ C O IlJL
devide by b.
Eight Per Cent. Multiply by number
of days, and divide by -15.
.Nine Per Cent. 5lultiply by number
of days ; seperate right hand figure, and
divide bv 4.
Ten l'er Cent. Multiply by number
of days, and divide by CO.
Twelve Per Cent. .Multiply by num
ber of days ; seperate right hand figure,
and divide by 3.
lufteen Fer Cent. lultiply by num
ber of days, aud divide by 24,
hightecn l'er Cent. Multiply by num
ber of days ; seperate right hand figure,
and divide by 9.
Twenty Per Cent. .Multiply by num-
of days, and divide by 18.
Twenty-rour l'er Cent. .Multiply by
number of days, and divide by 15.
The Last Call.
VLL PETtPOXS KXOAVIXli THEMSELVES
indebted to R. CHEADLE A CO., by note ,
or book account, will jnvo it their attention at
once, as we will make costs on the same if not
settled soon. It. CIIEAHLE & CO.
Jan. 1. 1S7I-1S
E. W. PIKE,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER.
and dealer in
Oilers, in addition to a full supply of
In addition to a very largo stockl covering
everything in tho line ot Cotcons, we
have a complete assortment 01
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys and lien's
CLOTHING aM FURNISHING GOODS
HATS, CAPS, LOOTS, S1IO:
Financial anil Commercial.
Gold in New York" 10.
Legal tenders 90 ic, at Portland
ISan rrancisco markets show little
change, flour being quoted at 85 50
6 87 i ; wheat, 52 203 37 J; oats,
81 40l 65; ecus, Oregon, at 32i
Albany market quotations show some
changes. We quote wheat at 1 ; flour,
in sacks, per barrel, G j butter, 20
30c ; as to quality ; eggs, 20c ; oats, 50c.
i Trade during the week very favorable.
Weather damp, with indications of more
of thc same kind.
i TV ii:
: such as
R LA NIC BOOK?, new style,
MUSIC BOOK.S, of all kinds,
Fresh lot of NOVELS,
tir tock of
Blinds, &.c, &.r.
Especial attent'un is directed to
IRON AND STEEL
-tr . a Rlitvi Iir.t
Which is the larrsf and most complete this side
i f Portland.
! You are invited to call and exumfno our goods
1 and prices.
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, Bacon anil
' A French firm in the silk business in
New York is to take advantage ' of the
parnlyzation of the silk business in France
by starting in that city a silk factory on
a greater scale than has ever been at
tempted. The Norristown (Pa.) Register has a
subscriber 81 years old, who has taken
that paper fifty -seven years, and another
87 years of age, a subscriber since 1801.
: tf may not be generally known among
our lady Teadcrs that hot water will take
out the stain of any fruit from fabrics.
You have only to put the garment in a
tub or bowl, pour boiling water ovcr it
and let it stand till cool, then wash out,
and the stain is gone.
- Kentucky ha3 in its Legislature a
Bright, a Blue and a Bunch, a Iliadman
and a Iloleman, a Lowe and Lyttle, a
Wolfe and a Fox, a Quick and a Pcync, a
Glass and Combs, a Diamond and a oil
vertooth, a Puke and a Pope, and a Rid
dle to explain when an explanation is
needed. i -
From California. William II.
Parks, of Yuba, is mentioned as a Be
publican candidate for Secretary of State:
Paul Morrill, of the Sacramento Union,
for State Printer.
Phineas W. Hitchcock has been elect
cd United States Senator from Nebras
Oct. 30, lSfiO-S
A. COtAX A CO.
CIlFtOMO LITHOGRAPHS, "
MORTON'S GOLD PENS,
ELEGANT GIFT ANNUALS,
Parian TIarlIc Vases,
AND MANY OTHEIi
VIi.xHi cal Instruments
including the '
All of which are, as a matter of course,
TO BE HAD OS
E. W. PIKE.
Albany, Pcctaiber 24, 1870-18
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
G K N E R A I. A G E N T S.
3, C. MCXDEMIALL, - Afjent,
GENERAL LAND AfiEXCT FOR OREGON.
Established July, 1868. An office where
gcueral information concerning the resources of
Oregon can be obtained free of charge.
Loans negotiated on first Mortgage, Real Es
tate and Collateral Securities. W'e have for sale
sv large amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of every des
cription, located in Linn aud other counties in
To the eitiiens of Albany nnd viciuity, and to
the owners of Real Estate : We take this method
of calling your attention to our place of busi
ness, llavinjr determined to open a, Branch Of
fieo in your city, we can offer you a medium for
obtaining purchasers ono that is appreciated by
buyers, as it saves them much time and labor in
searching for what they want. Our principal
Agency, at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and the office so well furnished for giv;,
ing information upon Real Estate, that it afiwrda
the most complete facilities for all parties having
business in onr line.
fcrT You incur no expense- in placing your
property on sale with us unless a-sale is made.
Office on First street, opposite Post-Offiee.
JOHN V. MEXDEX.lt ALL, Agent.
Albany, O-n., March 23, 18?". 2'Jtf.
0 a - o
0 2 :
I CltEADLE, . CHIABLE.
Front-st., Albany, Ogn. I 120 Clay-tt., Pan Fran-
l Cisco, California.
XI. Cheadle c Go.
Wholesale" and Retail Dealers In
Groceries and Meneral , Merctanflisc
- '' AJfl
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
MARK GOODS s
Care of "
1. Gm9 Albany, Oregon; or
XJ,. 0 San Francisco, CaJ.
Liberal advaneea Made oa consignment.
NOTICZ TO SHIPPERS.
I IJfTEKD DOING A "
General Commission Buslnm
fbr thO purpose of selling
All Kinds of Produce
that may tie consigned1 to trie to selL
Will receive and attend to AH orders ott ttte to bo
filled in San Francisco.
oct9-5tf. . B. CUE AJD1.ES.
goods hecktved bx
-whicb will to sold for
REAL ESTATE BROKKKS,
I. C. MESDEMULL, Agent,
Office First st opposite Port Office, Albany, Ogn.
MAVE for sale in the city of Albany, a desira
ble Homestead, Lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, corner
1, Fourth and Elsworth streets, one f the
best localities in tho city. A good One and thalf
story house, with all other conveniences. Jpply
to - J. l. Jitii)i..MlAl.l,, Agent,
; In Knoxvillc an irate citizen assaulted
an editor, bat the latter flung the paste
pot at him and put out bis eje.
Sixty Cents pet llushcl
In tcsvde, or on Book aeeomnU. : ' t: 4
For all that may be ottered
oct9-5 R. CHEADLE.
' . a
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si a ,
THE EYES I THE EARS I
The standard rentody for Coughs. Influenza,
Sore Throat, Whooping Cough, ' Croup, Liver
Complaint, Brnnckitit, Bleed in j of th Lvho, and
every affection ot the Throat, Lung and Cheat,
Including CONSUMPTION. ,
- Wlatar'a Ilalsam does not dry up a Cough,
but loosens it, cleanses the lungsand allays irri
tation, thus removing the eirum of the complaint.
None genuine unless signed I. Burrs. Prepared
by Seta W. Fowle A Son, Uoston. Sold by
Kedington, Ilogtettor Co., San Francisco, and
by dealers 'generally. 41y70
Dr. T. JL. OLDE,
OCUUST AND A0RIT,
ALBANY, t t ( OREGON.
Tk- GOLDEN IS A SpN OF THE
f !5 U noted old Optholmlc Doctor, S. C.
emfm Golden. ......
Dr. GOLDEN has had experience la treating
the rarious disease to which tho eye and ear are
subject, and feels confident of giving entire satis
faction to those who nay place themselves under
his eare. ' ' 1
Albany, April 10, l69-31y
rne ntnesr , -
PURELY LIFE INSURANCE C0
IN TnE UNITED STATES ;
Governed by the Massachusetts Lapse
ri'rj;.-' Law.- f 'iilf."
No person, after carefully examining this Law.
will forego the advantage of Insariwg in this Com
P'"' ... ' - ' .' :x : .v.-,.v.-
New England Mutual
- Life , Insurance Companj r
J " OP BOSTON. "
It was chartered in 1835, and its enviable bis
tory, daring twenty-sis years" active operation '
has thoroughly established its reliability.
Its Record Stands aa Follawai "
Cash assets, January, 18"0........t9,000.000 M
Cash Dividend, 1866...... ........... 673,000 Ot
Cash Dividend of 18T .....-..... 538,573 55
Cash Dividend, 1868. ......... 780,197 8
Cash Dividend, l!r,U : 480,330 OO
Total surplus dividend ............ 4,000,000 0"
Total Losses paid................. 4,200,000 00
By the Aets of Massachusetts, incorporated iattt
tne uenerat f UUBtes or icmv a pel ley of life insu
rance for the benefit of a Married Woman or
poreon or permit ejMrtfeaV tree to them indepea-
entiy 01 tne vcots ana i.iaoiiius 01 tne party who
effects the Policy. o I,-
Dividends , of this. Company, ate paid
The NEW ENGLAND is the only Massachn-
Setts Company doing business oa the Pacifle
coast, and tneretore the only Company gOTerned
ny in equuauie aiassaenwretts upa liv, -
Ezamplea ahowinp; th Working ftltis
For example : - A party eouriag at tat age ef
thirty-five, Premiums all Cash.
Ono Annual Premium will continue policy is
force 2' years and 3 days;
Example: Premiums all Cash Age, 35; Plan,
Ten-Year Endowment, payable at the age of 45.
On Annual Premium will continue policy ia fere
as a Term Policy, 7 years.
If yon wish to make it absolutely certain that
not a dollar of the money yon invest will ever be
forfeited .Insure in the New England. .
If you wish, to get your dividends with taw
seennd annual payment, and annually inoreasin
on the contribution plan, that i to get Jaw',!
is yours no more and no less, and just waea is
is due Insure ia the New England.
NO STOCKHOLDERS IN THIS CO.
Its business in Linn county inlthe last
year and atalf, exceeds that of all other
EVERSON & MIDDLEMISS,
GENERAL AGENTS SAN KANCISCO.
S n. BOLOBBKIE,
102 Froat-st. Portland, Agent tor Oregon and
s Washington Territory.
JAMES ELKINS, '
Agent for Albany, Oga- ' J
LANK Deeds, Mortgages, etc., on hand-
latest styles, ana lor ' wi "
BARGAIN CAN BE HAD IN THE
J (Stock and Business of the Drag Store la
Brownsville. Oregon. The undersigned, wishing
to change bis business, will dispose of his stock
on easy terms., .?...- 4 . . . .
Apply by letter or at the store of
1 V ' 1 PETER HUME,
Aug. 20, 1870-4-501 Brownsville, Ogn.