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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1871)
SATURDAY, KKBRUARY 11, 1S71
. .Subscribers finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires w.tb
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six month::, $2 ; three months, $1.
Applegate's Great Historical
Lecture. Hon. E. L. Applegate will
deliver his great historical lecture enti
tled "The Koreish Mohammed and Al
Koran," on Monday evening next (Feb.
13th), at the Court House, lor the bene
fit of Albany Collegiate Iustitute. Hav
ing heard thia lecture we pronounce it
the most interesting and eutertaining we
ever had the pleasure of listening to. Mr.
Applegate has a style peculiar to him
self eutirely original, inimitable and in
describable, and no person can listen to
his lecture on the above subject without
getting thoroughly interested, and being
amply repaid for the time and money
spout. We sincerely believe that there
is not a man or woman in this city who
would not listen to all the speaker has. to
say on the subject with pleasure and
profit. ly all means let all that can ap
preciate a good thing, every man and
woman in the city, be in attendance on
KitioGE at Lebanon Needed. The
subject of building a bridge across the
Sautiaui at Lebanon is receiving the se
rious attention of her people. A bridge
The Santiam Ditch. There seems
to be a fair prospect that the newly incor
porated Sautiam Ditch Company will
press the matter to a successful issue, and
that the ditch wilt be brought into this
city early the coming fall. There is no
enterprise that promises to be of so much
benefit to this city, yet sprung, as this
one of bringing the water of the Santia.ni,
by means of a ditch or canal, to this city;
and it is to be sincerely hoped that farm-
. r I.,mli V V
ers ana oiners owmug m.wu.i
which the ditch must necessarily pass,
will throw no unnecessary obstructions
in the way of its successful accomplish
The imuieosc water power thus afford
ed would certainly attract the capital
necessary to the erection and successful
establishment of various manufactories
that could, with the cheap power thus
afforded, be prosecuted here with profit
to the owners. The inauguration of
such industries would of course rapidly
advance ih value of city property gener
ally, increase our population, affording as
they would employment for a. large
number of people ; and the growth of
the city would correspondingly increase
the growth and prosperity of the whole
couuty, creating a market for larger
Concert. The Monthly Missionary
Concert of the Methodist Sunday School,
of this city, on last Sabbath, attracted a
full house. These concerts are gaining
in incerest each month. The School is
also increasing in numbers and useful'
ncs's. Success to all such enterprises.
One Hit Better. From a corrca
pondent at Harrisburg we learn that some
of the enterprising merchants there were
offering SI 12J per bushel for wheat,
last week. That leads us just 12cts.
Bargains. It. Cheadle & Co. are offer
ing bargains in dry goods and general
1 1 g a a
uicruiiuuuiso ior casn or marketable pro
duce. They pay the highest market
price for all kinds of produce, paying
cash for all the e?8 offered. Call.
itmW - 'TG'ff m
Esritt4U T 15ZU
1840 Y7 1870
The Great Family Medicine.
It cures sudden Colds. Coughs, Ac., and Weak
Stomach, General Debility , Nursing Sore Mouth,
Canker, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indiges
tion, Cramp or pain in the Stomach, Bowel Com
plaint, Painter's Colic, Asiatic Cholera, Diarrhoea
Cures Felons, Boils nml Old Sores, Severe Burns,
Scalds, Bruises and Sprain!S Swelling of the
Joints, King-worm and Tetter, Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet aud Chilblains, Toothache, Pain in
the Face, Neuralgia and Rheumatism.. It is a
sure remedy for Aruo, Chills and Fever.
Taken internally, should bo adulterated with
milk or water, or mane into a sjrup wnu ui..tu-
FRESII SALMON. Blain, Young & Co. ses. For a Cough a few drops on sugar, eaten,
, . , . a , - ! will be more effective than anything else.
nave received a lot of balmon put up tn , gce jr;nte.l directions, which accompany each
causihatis especially nice. We can ; bottle, i Sold by all druggists. fob
recommend it because we have tried it,
thanks to their liberality.
STILL RUSHING i
AT T H K
NEW JEWELRY STORE
.1 . I. TITUS, j
Albany, - - Oregon.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
American & Swiss Gold & Sifter Watches
Of every description. Direct Importer of
the very best
SWISS MADE WATCHES,
Gents and Ladies Sizes.
THE FIXEST SELECTION P
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS.
Of all Kinds constantly on hand.
Medical. The December uumber of
the JI tfc S. Reporter, of Salem, has
reached u.s. It improves, like wine, w'uh
The City of Albany docs ordain as follows .
That section first under tille first of chapter
fifth of the city laws of Albany, shall be so
amended as to read as follows : "If not other
nrnr;.lrJ fr 6v the C:tn Council, the side
walks shall be six feet wide south of First
. .. fi T ql . to ,-
Ti , , i-t i street. Jtc. Passed tne council jau. oni, 101 x.
If roMiw n linor:il natron- ; ttt,
" anuroved Feb. 2d. 1 1.
, -. i -r
ronage throughout Oregon
Executor's Sale. J as. S. Dicksou,
N. H CRAXUR, Mayor.
Attest : X. II. Humphrey, Recorder.
i r-L. r &1U. d.ma nnluin fkm follow
amounts ot produce, and otherwise bene- executor Trill sell several hundred acres ; skctiox 1. The Oregon ami California Rail-
fitting this whole section of country. ; of the best land in Linn county, on the j
l nere are tew business men or property
holders in this city who cannot afford to
invest in the enterprise to the exteut of
Oh .I.-iw nf M:irrh rw.it. mil.i; -....I run cars over tiie same, along Ellsworth
, , , r . . ' street to Eighth street, thence along Eighth street
liead l.he two advertisements elsewhere, j to Broadalbin street, thence down Broadalbin
I V't,.r Htroat as hereinafter provided.
PREMIUM LIST. The list of premi- Sec Z. The said Railroad Company shall
B E F A I RING OF
WATCHES, SPECTACLES JL- JEWELRY
San Franciics Price.
Every Article Sold and all Repairing
at least oue share to put the enterprise at . . lu to established grade, construct, and main-
once "upon Its feet" and in Working "V aW ...ecuming a,r u. Yiliu iu goo., rcpair, 8aid street ; at least six (6)
, . . , ... . ., ! the Ltnn county Aiiricultural Association, : cet in width upon each stde of the centre hue of
it tli-ir rwiinr w r.,llr ..o...1...1 . n.l 1 uc ! wcu ciiucu wuu wiaues 10 ! , , , . , , . , said street, and as mucu wiucr as may oe anec-
...... e ! . - ,f , "ViDg dccd completed ana nanaeu in, u-a by said railway, or the construction thereof.
tDeucut toliCDa- i r
would be not only ot vas
non. but to this city as well. A
scope of as rich country ns there
J'tate, is now practically shut off
tercourse with the "balance of mankind,"
owins to the difficulty and cost of cross
ing the river, which would be obviated
by tlie erection of abridge. A good
substantial structure might be thrown
over the river at a small cost, and we
hopa that the effort now being made look
ing. t. such eoterprise, may meet with
the success its iuiportauce demnuds.
Personal, (Jeo 11. Helm, Esq., ar
rived home from a visit to California a
few days i ucc, much improved by the
Kl. Palmer, late of Uiltabidel& Co,
uf this city, was not the man recently
drowned at the Day. He will pro'oably
arrive here on the next s'eamer.
T. U. Odeneal. U. S. Assistant Asses
sor, culled on us Tuesday
Andrew Hill aud Gus. Lay?ou, both
now of Portland, have been on a visit to ! jn.r sonie 4.000
their friends in this city during the week. ! until Spring.
to his means, and the . work is done. I will appear in our next issue.
is iu the completed and "inside Ordinances Two city ordiances, one bany may at any ti
p,., lots" will "go up" as well as corner lots, j relatiui tosidewalks, thcother authorizing . S.E0- 3- Tn0 p
liom. Ill- . . ' 59 . righttomake or to
i'very man can sec the immediate benefit ; the O. & C. Kailroad to builds side track
to result from such an enterprise. This I or switch through liroadalbin street, will
being the case, let the books - be opened be found elsewhere.
and .the stock thirty shares, at 8100 ;
We claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS,
It and at prices that defy competition.
A. COWAN. A. W. ST.NAI1I.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ;
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET ALBANY.
per share be taken at once. Don't let
CiiANK of Time. The passenger
train on the O. & C. Kailroad now leaves
the matter drag, but put it through at ( lhj Jepot ;n tbig ciry at G.45 in the
Pictorials, Magazines, Ktc.
from the establishment of Mr. K. W
Pike we have received a large buudle of
magazioes, pictorials, c;c. Ail the L?st
magaziues, Harper's Weekly aud Uazar,
Hearth and Home, AVaverly, Days Doings,
aud uilny other pictorial, li erary and
political papers, can be touud at Pike's
at publisher's rates, besides music, musi
cal iiistuniciits. etc.
and shall do and perform said work and improve
ment and repair thereof, in such manner and as
oltcn as tbe Common Council of the city of Al-
uie provide for or require.
Common Council reserve the
to alter regulations at any time,
as they deem proper, for the conduct of said road
within the limits of the city, and tbe speed of rail
way car and locomotives within Paid limits, and
lay restrict or prohibit the running of locomotives
at such times and iu uch manner as they may
ec. 4. All alterations of the grades or streets fon j
required for lay 105 said railroad track, and all !
improvements and repairs of the same for said f I
purpose, shall be at the expoi.se of said railroad i d?SXlL Ol' JL I'OCX HO (5 3
They offer a large and wel" lectcd stock of
STAPLE DRY CiOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
niorniiir : ret urning, reaches here at 7 30 eompany. as may be provided by ordinance
i . , . . . Skc. d. It is hereby expressly provided that i
, 111 the evening. I reigllt traiU leaves at any reiusal or neglect of the said Oregon and j
'10 a III California Railroatl Company to comply with the 1
provisions and retiuircmcnts of the ordinance :
I'l . . t 1 ... I . ,1 WMl. passed iu pursuance thereof, shall be deemed a !
H e gloat land sale Ol tho dhunette J-or,-citurc 'of tho rig!lIS 3ud privileges hcreii. !
ot CtiSCade lload Ct. which opened on grunted, and it shall be lawful for tho Common j
. , . Cttuucil iti dct lare bv ordinance the forfeiture of j
Motiday, attractea putc a number who .bome and t cause the said railway to be re- j
1 were aesirous of purchasing lands cheap. m'lnn t. 1STI 5 .,. !
Vi'ueat. Vi'c see from tho market
quotations of the past week, liiat wheat
; has commanded as high as $2 47 per
bushel in San Francisco.
Feb. 2.1, 1S7I. X. JI. CRAXOR, Mayor.
Attest: X. 15. HfMriiREr, Recorder.
Frank I'lttkiis "oes to the Wall;
-Wa!!i eouQ.rv next week.
Mrs. Duniway, haviiJg dispttevd of her
foperiy in this city, g'jes to Portland
soon to reside.
Initial Pateh. Mr. K. A. FieeLnd,
of the Albany Look Store, has received a
large invoice of rose tiut iuitial euvelopes
itnd note paper to match, which is about
the neatest thing we have seen. Kaeh
initial or letter is pit up in a ucat box,
scented, and sold for the same pr ce as a
similar atuouut of paper of any other va
riety. This being the case of course
everybody will buy iuitial stationery. For
a ueat quality go to the Albany Book
Theatrical. The Nickcrsou Com
bination Troupe opened at Panish Hall
on Monday evening, continuing three
uights. The universal opinion among
our citizens is that this is the best troupe
that has visited our city for vcais. -The
Lam Sale. The great land sale,
rdvc'-iised to come off on Monday, by the
W. V. ec C. Ml. W. II. Co, after sell-
actcsk was postponed
Owiug to the stormy
j weather and the fearful condition of ihe
I tj .u.. 1 . . .... 1
tvua, t-utj ut1 t:uuititt.t; n .in uut us mi 1: aa
it otherwise wouitl have been. Some
tracts of land, however, sold as high as
elGper acre. Tho average price per acre
of the land sold was about SI 50.
Nevada Lott;:ry. Four tickets,
held by parties a ih's ci.y, iu the Xeva
da Lottery, drew prizes.
I''inaiir ial anil Commercial.
(old in New Voik, 111 5. Greenbacks,
00( 00 ic.
San Francisco markets stronger than
last reported. We quote :
G KEATEU INDUCKM liNTS !
Xow ofteretl to the trade th--n ever before, as we
Cash i' Ti'atle I
Iu hand, aaU having dispense with long credits
11 pel cent cheaper
In addition to a very large stock, covering
everything in the lino o Cottons, we
have a complete assortment of .
FANCY DRESS COODS!
Latest styles ol Boys and Men"
CLOTHING anil FURNISHING GOODS !
HATS, CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper St Linen
Blinds, &.C., &r.
Kspecial nttemi n is directed to our stot k .f
I IRON AND STEEL
kind oi a credit svst.:in. can oflcr to the trade, i Which is the largest aud most complete this side
Cttttie alttu' with your Cash ttr Produce, and see
Local brands at from 85 87 what you cau do at the CASH STORK of
G 121 for superfiec, and 7(7 25 for , 1.. vii.ai. w.
Yon arc invited to call and examine our goods
Tit foii Tat. Anna Dickinson hav-
Wheat Medium, S2 40 ; choice, S2 45
iug proposed 10 give newspaper men that per 10O lbs. '
talk about her, '-tit for tat," Sol. Miller, ; Albany markets remain about at last
a Kansas editor, replies: "All ri-'ht, figures, wheat commanding but SI per
Anna, we'll trade; here's your h,tV uusn.cl WI ,uul ''U'V " . ,arktl' "JlS
; 20c p
X. 11. Cash paid tor all tho EGtjiS offered.
Whether Auaa has been as good as
word, we have not learned."
sr. nriM.As 11 vi,rM
Ar.OAHDIXC. AXI DAY school for
girls, under the supervision of tbe Kt. Kev.
i:. Wistar Jbtrris, 1. D.. Hisliop of Oregon and
Washington Territory. The Spring and Summer
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, IJacoi and Iartl !
A. COWAX A CO.
Oct. 30, lSf,9 S
buter 20(W)S0c per pouud J eggs terms began February 1st. t irt nlars can be had j
snerdozell. . at this office. 23ml
IT , x. ,i , The Bishop Scott Grammar school,
No lIuMi;cVtsi.NtS . No CiiEATixa! ... oreoox. a boabdi.no
A pint bottle lull ot Dr. Sage S Catarrh au, iay School for Uoys, under tho rnper-
tin" the Suiitiain to Lebanon having KemeUy is prepared lrom one lifty cent v.it.n of the Rt. Kev. B. istar Moms, i.
packasre, and the proprietor otters SoOU """"P "'"u ". V.'
1 1 r . ... Tbu Stinn ttnil SitmniKr term heirins felt. l.-tt.
an be bad at this office. ' 2;ititl
Steamboat NaViuatiox on the
Santiam. The feasibility of naviga-
beeu thoroughly demons! rated, steps are
bcio"; taken to secure a small steamooat : ...,. S..1.1 h dm-ists or scn.l
age, and the proprietor offers S500 j,se""p)rill
rd for a case of Catarrh which he circulars"
ruggists, or send
V. Pierce, .133 i
- iTunnoi cure. cuiu u v uiu'isw, or stenu
eh purpose, by the citizens of Leb- sixty cents to Dr. U. V. Pierce, 133 i Executor's Sa
ind vicinity. They expect soon to ' Seneca street, Buffalo X. Y., and receive "f0",, " Vn
plish the desired end. ! il D nJail- .A P-'nphle'' lieware . of ,.ian countv. orco,
1 of counterfeits and worthless imitations. term thereof. 1871, the
to goods houses, is sufficient evideuce of
the cstymation in which tbey were held
by our citizens. We commend them to
FaoM Harrisburcj. A private letter
from Harrisburg informs us that busi
ness there is very fair but not rushing.
On the 4th merchants were offering
SI 12 per bushel for wheat just a bit
more than our buyers were offering at
the same date. Our Harrisburg edition
will hereafter go to press on Thursday
night, so that subscribers there will get
it the next day. "
Lebanon. This neat and beautifully
located little town feels the influence of
the "railroad improvement," and is mak
ing substantial advancement. Business
has been good, in fact over average, lor
. sometime past. W. S. Elkins, merchant,
is selling large quantities of goods, be
cause of his uniform low prices.
Late Styles. Mr. A. B. Paxton
has takea charge of the Picture Gallery
owned by Mr. Winters, and is now en
gaged in producing some of the finest
specimens of the photographic art that
we have ever seen. Mr. Paxtou is thor
. oughly up in all the late styles, especially
the "Rembrandt," and the charges are
as low as for the old style pictures. Drop
into the Gallery and examine specimens.
Bishop Scott Grammar School
A boarding and day school for boys, at
Portland, Oregon, under tho supervision
of Bishop Morris, opened the Spring and
Summer terms on the 1st inst. The repu
tation of this school is second to none on
the coast, and is rapidly gaining in popu-
Boats now reach Etigeue City without
Executor's Sale of Real Estate.
OTICE IS I1EKF.RY OIVKX THAT IX
order of the County Court
on.mado at the February
the nndersisnetl, Ksccntttr of
that Mr. The Genuine has, upon the outside wrap- 100 es""e . . V V .
t i tuursuii), meiMu uuy ut wini "-.,
for such purpose, by the citizens of Leb- ; sixty cents to Dr
Married. liumor has it
.r .1 - - .1 iv. o a ti:ii i t;, ... j p,. i Der. lr. 1'ierce s private Uovernmen
I ae L OI tllCir I ll LIlIW UCltUlluaut.tir, I .xuutw tint .-iim .huum-i.. vvitaii .... , , , . , , , - ..'..1... 1,
fa""'o " r , o...ir. ;tl. u; n,,rr.. ,f moma ami nil. between th hours of 9 o clock a. m. and 4 o elock
were united in marriage, in this city, on j . ' j ,!L). .it n,,;fi..,. i p. m.of said day, in front f the Court House
. r J aress,and the words "U. S. Certificate d(Kr in ,he city of Albany, in said county, sell
xuursuay uiuiiiin. in me ivcuui- oi 0f tjeauineiiess engraved upon it.
life may many little II ills surround their
board. Later The report is true. We
take back nothing that we have herein
Concert at the U. P. Church.
The Vieuxtcmps Brothers gave a con
cert at the U. P. Church on Tuesday
n'ght, drawing a very good house and
giving the usual satisfaction. The con
cert was for the benefit of the church, and
the result was some 830.
Military. It will be remembered
that this evening is the time set for
electing officers of the new military com
pany. Seven o'clock is the time, aud
E. W. Pike's music store the place. All
interested should be there at that hour.
Valentines. Tho 14th occurs on
Tuesday remember that. Also remem
ber that Pike has a "slew" of "Voleo
tines," with envelopes to but them in,
.both humorous and sentimental. ' Mika
Sr. Helens Hall This first class
boarding and day school for girla, under
the supervision of the llight Rev. B.
Wistar Morris, D. D., Bishop cf Oregon
and Washington Territory, opened the
Spring and Summer terms on the 1st
instant. For particulars, see circulars.
Be Wise To-Day, Tis madness to
neglect a cough or cold. Consumption
may follow, and though Dr. Wislars
Balsam of Wild Vlierry cures the latter
discaso) yet the former disappears at onc
under its influence.
Ociioco. Quite a number of old res
idents of Linn county are preparing for a
departure to the Ochoco country as soon
! as the roa 1 at,J weather will permit.
To avert evil is one of the grandest
triumphs of human skill. This triumph
is achieved by Dr. Walker's Vegeta
ble Vineuar Bitters. They build up,
fortify and renovate the feeble system,
thus enabling it to defy the elemental
causes of disease. Hence their efficacy
as a protective medicine, in districts
where the air and water are impure. The
weakest and most susceptible organization
is rendered proof against all malarious
disorders by taking one or two doses daily
as a preventive.
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Office, No. (it Front Street,
PORTLAND - - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITT and EA8T
PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, con
sisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
HOUSES and STORES ; also,
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
STATE for SALE.
HEAL ESTATE and other Property pur
chased for Correspondents, in this CITY and
throughout the STATE and TERRITORIES,
with great care and on tho most ADVANTA
GEOUS TERMS. s ,
HOUSES and STORES leaded, LOANS
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
a Oencral FINANCIAL and AGENNCY BUSI
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all tho CIT
IES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
the same to the above address. 3v22
A. Wheeler, dealer la fancy and staple Dry
Goods, Hats, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groce
ries, Crockery, Hardware, Iron and Steel, Wagon
Timber, Plows, Agricultural Implements, etc.,
Jo!to "Small proSltS ant! quiik returns."'
at publie auctioo, to 'he highejt bidder for cash
in hand, in U. S. gold coin, all tne loiiowing ae
scribed premises, to-wit : The west half of Do
nation Land Claim No. "2315," bounded and de
scribed as follows : Beginning at a point hearing
south 19 west, and a chains and thirty links
from a point IS chains and sis links cast of the
south-west corner of section 5, township 13, south
of range 2, west ; running thence south 69 30',
east fill chains and 18 links ; thence north 19 30',
cart 67 chains and 35 links ; thence north 76,
west 126 chaiusand 37 links ; thence soma ZU",
west 34 chains and 90 links ; thence south, 71,
east 65 chains and 18 links ;- thence south 19,
west 20 chains and 50 links t 4ha place of begin
ning, containing 64 1 acres the west half of
which belongs to the estate of Reuben Claypool,
deceased, except the graveyard en the same. "
Also, the following described-premises begin
ning at the south-west corner of Reuben Clay pool's
Donation Land Claim, Notification "23i 5," Claim
No. 46 ; tbence north . 70i?, west 41 60-100
thence south 191, west 18-69 100 chains ; thence
north 27 33-100 chains ; thence east 53 60-100
chaius ; thence south 26, west 21 99-100 chains
to the placo of beginning being a fractional part
of section 6, township l:S, south of range 2, west,
and bounded respectively North, East, South and
West by the Donation Land Claims of Hiram
Jaekson, Reuben Claypool, Gamaliel Parrish and
J. A. Smitb, containing S2 70-100 acres..
All tbe foregoing described real estato lying
and being in Lthn countv. State of Oregon.
Feb. , 187J. JAMES 8. DICKSON,
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
pursuance of an order of tbe County Court
of the C-junty of Linn and State of Oregon, made
at tbe February term thereof, 18'. 1, the under
signed, Administrator of the estato of Isabella
Claypoo, deceased, will, on
Thursday, the 0th day of March, 1871.
between the hours of 9. o'clock, a.m. and 4
o'clock, p. m., of said day, in front of the Court
House doof, in tho city of Albany, in said county,
sell at public auction to tbo highest bidder, for
cash in hand, in U. S. gold coin, the following
described premises : The East half of Donation
Land Claim Ne. "2315," bounded and described
as follows, to-wit : Beginning at a point bearing
south 19 west and 5 chains and 30 link from a
point 18 chains and 6 links east of the south-west
corner of section 5, in township 13, south of range
2, west, and running thence south 69 30', east
60 chains and IS links ; thence north 19 30', east
67 chains and 35 links ; tbetice north 76, west
126 chains and 37 links ; thenco south 20, west
34 chains and 90 links ; thenco south 71, cast
65 chains and 18 links ; thence south 19, west
20 chains and 50 links, to the place of beginning,
containing 6(1 acres the east half of which be
longs to the estate of fsabca Claypool, deceased.
The came It and being i i Him countv. State
ofOr-gtn. JAMES f?. DICKS' IN.
Fib. 8, 1S71 23ml Aduiinisir-tor.
E. W. PIKE,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
and dealer in
OflVr.i, in addition to a lull supply of
B O O Il LINE,
BLANK BOOKS, new styles,
MUSIC BOOKS, of all kind, ,
Fresh lot of NOVELS,
as well as
CIIHOMO LITIIOGUAPHS, v
MORTON'S GOLD PENS,
ELEGANT GIFT ANNUALS,
Parian Marble Vases,
AND MANY OTHER 't -
IVXntsicn.1 I ins tx-mritintts
All of which are, as a matter of course,
TO. BE HAD ON
E W. PIKE.
Albany. !'. nil. er 21, 15-70-18
r -, M
Frofit-sU. Albany.Ogn. f
R.. Cheadle k
Whole sale and Retail Dealers in
FORWARDING k COSISHBS:
MEttCHAIlTSi - i - - -
MARK Q00U8 J
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Ti. C, Albany, Oregon j of
It. C San FraocUco, 1 Gil,
Liberal advances made H couslgMieiii.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I ISTESD DOING A 4
General Commission Business
f ITT ' t
for the purpose of selling
All Kinds of Produce
that may be consigned to Bte to sell.
I, All Alt CnfiADLfi,
Will receive ami attend to all orders on (Be to t6
filled in San Francisco.
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PURELY LIFE INSURANCE
IN THE UNITED STATES
Governed 'by the' Massachusetts Lapse
No person, after carefully examining this Law,
will forego tbe advantage of injuring in this Com
pany. New England Mutual
Life Insurance Company
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Purely 3VTu.-t ul.X .
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Tt was chartered in 1SS5, and its enviable his
tory, during twenty-six year" aet operatkm
has thoroughly established its reliability.
Its Record Stand as Fallows i
Cit.h assets. January, 1870. $9,09,0)0 Oft
. K t,lT
. 4,20000 00
Cash I)ivitlcnd, 1866...
Cash Dividend of 1S0T....
Cash Dividend, 1PB8
Cash Dividend. i$tl
Total surplus dividend.....
Total Looses paid. .........
By (he Acts of Massachusetts, incorporated iat
tbo tiencral Statutes of 18l'4, a policy ot life iaaa
rance for the benefit of a Harried Woman ur amy
cih or per mum m mjitrijirtl, goes to IbeSt iadcpeaH
cmly of the Debts and Liabilities of the party who
effects tho Policy. . r . .,
Div ideuds of this Company are p54.
Annually to the Assured, in Cash.
The NEW EXtiLAXD is tbe only Masssnsa
setts Company doing business on the Pacific
Coast, and therefore tbe only Com p y .ge)Trw4
by the equitable Massachusetts Lapse Law.
the Watkiacsatai. .
TLAN OEDIXAItY LIFE, ' J
For example : ' A party ensuring at th age of
thirty-five, Premiums all Oah.
One Annual Premium will continue policy la
force 2 years and 3 days.
Example: Premiums all Cash Age, 35; Plan,
Ten-Year Endowment, payable at tbe age of 45.
One Annual Premium will continue policy ia fttrce
as a Term Polity. 1 years.
If you wish to ntahtj' absolutely certain that
not a dollar of the mooc-JW invest will ever be
forfeited Insure ia the Kcw
If you wish to get yoer divides!!? 3',B
second annual payment, asd aaaaally iocrcaf Ulf
on in contribution plan, mans to ret lust wast
is year nw snore wa net Ben, sua jasi jraaa. Mi
is due Insure in the New England. .
WO STOCKHOLDERS IM THIS C3.
Its business in LiDn county, in the last
year and a half, exceeds that ofall ornar
Companies combined. " & -' t
KVERSON & mDDLKMiSOT
;ENEBAL AGE5S. S.VX.FBANCISCa
B. Bl BOURESaB, ,..ir-.
102 Front-st.. Portland, Agent for Otegea asd
. A !?cnt for Albany, Ogn.
THE EYES I THE EARS 1
in. T. L,. a017D13IY,
OCTJUST AND AlIT,
It. OOt.DEN IS A BON OF TIIE
noted old Opthalinic Doctor, 6. C.
Dr. GOLDEN ha had experience in treating
tho various diseases to which tho eye anil ear are
subject, and feels confident of giving entire iatis
faction to those who may -place themselves under
Albany. April 10, 1869-31y
' Ta the Peoale mt Albaav.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED having rented aad.
refitted tbe FRANKLIN MARKET, form
erly oeenpied by Mr. fears, hopes to be ablo t .
furnish the same with as good MEATS, both as .
to quality and variety, as the country affords,
and expects to be represented there by a good.,
accommodating man, and asks a liberal portion
of your patronage. - DANIEL CLARK.
Albany. February 1, 18Tl-82tf
HXK reed?, H'jrtntr-s. te.. on band
latent stvles. and (Vtr sal. 1 w, t tt.i.- oLiee
The standaru remeay ioi "-K""' 7-
Sore Throat, Wko.piV Comjh, Cromp, itrcr
(Sownlaint, Ut onchilii, Jllxedimy f ,9 ;'
every affection ol tboi Throat, JUaga sad Cheat
inclnding t'O.VSrMPTION.; , i
Vlwta r' Halaam does not dry ep a Cough,
but loosens it, cleanses tbe lungs, and allays irri
tai"n, thus Taneif t'km rw of the mplaiet.
Nt.iH'K'-iniiitc unless signed I. ItrTTj". Precast d
l,v jVtli W. Fowle A Son, JJost-n. PbW 1r
KattiitiicKin. Ilosietter Co., f an I'rancWco. ard
,j a-i.. generally- . 41jTO