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SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1871
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six month, $2 ; three months, $1.
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Oregon, is authorized to act as agent at that poin
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ume Three (six months) can do so by paving us
1 in coin.
Real Est,tb Transfer. On Tuesday, Mr.
Milton Hale" sold his house and lot on corner of ;
llroadalbin and Second streets, to Mr. A. T. Ar- !
Hell, for the sum of twelve hundred and fifty d-d- '
ItEMGiors. The Evangelical denomination
has been holding a series of meetings for some
time past in the Baptist church. Rev. Mr. Bower
socks presiding. The meetings have been well at
Ai.bi.it, March 7, 1871.
Council met and was called to order by tho
Mayor. Present X. II. Cranor, Mayor ; Coun
cilinen, DackcDsto, Cheadle, Crawford and
Mouteith. Minutes of previous meeting road
Remonstrance against petition for sidewalk on
east side of Baker street, from First to Fifih, re
ceived and referred to committee on Streets and
Bill of J. W. Brandenburg allowed, and an or
der drawn on the Treasurer for the amount.
Committee on Streets and Public Property
asked that the City Marshal be instructed to re
pair a crufswatk ou Broadalbiu street, oo soutu
side of Fourth, by making the same six feet wide.
! and by digging a diteh umler tue some 10 a level
! with the bottom of a ditch now on the west side of
i Broadalbiu. (i ranted.
! Sam-' committee reported on tho petition or
Oeor-o Younir, ami recommended that a sidewalk
I be ordered built from Fourth to Fifth streets,
i within fifteen d:iys. Adopted.
I .Same committee reported and recommended
! that tho contract for building crosswalks and
i I, in - nil material, dirt, irravel. eta., for
same, beaw'.irded to Ji.hu Long, he being the low
est bidder. Report adopted and contract awarded
to John Long for SjJ! 00 per crosswalk.
Committee to whom was referred tho proposi
tion to build au engine house, reported favorably
to the same, atid also reported plan and specifi
Bills of K. A. l'roclarid, Chus. Mcalcy, Coll.
Van Clove aud X. B. Humphrey, received and
referred to appropriate committee.
Resolution offered requiring all . persons, to
whom unj contract shall bo awarded by the city
As Item. On Tuesday the truck team, driven j of Albany, to give bond for the faithful jierform
bv Billy Newhouse, becoming unmanagcabl'
ran away, throwing fro'm the truck and smashing
into bits, a new stoVe which was being conveyed
to M. V. Brown's. The stove was completely
and irretrievably ruined, and somebody is out to
the amount of
A Xeck Tie Paetv. We understand a Xeck
Tie, Party or Sociable will be given soon, in this
city, at the residence of one of our prominent citi-
. t' - M l . 1 1, : . .. i
, , i .i . ' , I six o'clock Saturday evening next.
when properly conducted, are a source of much ' jj HL'MPl
amusement to all who attend, ivcryuody 11 go;
without a doubtless.
am-e of said cou tracts
Resolution offered instructing the Marshal to
notify all venders of spirituous and fermented
malt liquors, within the city of Albany, who have
not complied with the law reguloting the sale of
such spirituous and fermented malt liquors, of the
necessity ot immediate compliance ; and that any
person who shall have paid any money for tho
purpose above described, such money, r so much
thereof as not already absorbed, shall be proper-
I piaecti i bucircreuii in issuing iieuusu uuuer
I the present law. Resolution adopted.
Moved that the Council adjourn until half past
Cirr Jail. The City Council at its meeting
on Tuesday r.ight, awarded the contract for build
ing the new city jail to Geo. Pattcrsin, for the
turn of $.'60. It is tu be built of plank, laid fl.it
nisc, sixteen feet square, and ten feet high. The
jail will be built on the southwest corner of the city
Resolutions of Thanks.
City Hall ani Excise Horse. The new
building to be erected by tho city for the purprsc I Albauy
of au cngiuc house aud hall, will be a frame, -2x
44 feet, two stories high. The fir-t story will be
scaled throughout ; the second story will bo di
vided into two rooms, with folding doors between,
and will be lathed aud plastered.
At a meeting of the Library A socialiun of the
M, E. Church of Albany, held in Albany on the
fith day of March, 1871, the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
"eao'rei. That the thanks of the mem
bers of tho Library Association of tho
M. K. Church of Albany arc hereby tendered to
Rov. William Roberts, of Portland, for bis vt-ry
excellent lecture delivered at tbe M. K. Chureh iu
Josiah Smith's Experience In Oregon.
Mr. Josiah Smith, sometime last Sum
mer, sold bis farm iu Martin county,
Minnesota, and durinsi tho fall arrived
in Oregon where he tarried some weeks,
spending the major portion of the time in
Linn county. A fevr days prior to start-
ins on his return to Minnesota, he bar
pained for a piece of land -near Buena
Vista, some ten or twelve miles below
this city, paying a small snm of monev
down to bind the ' contract; but as his
wife would not hear to anything but re
turn to Minnesota, he failed to make
liood his agreement, and of course lost
the amount he deposited. After Mr.
Josiah Smith's return to Minnesota, he
immediately tushes into print, informing
the world at large what he knows about
Oregon. "-Hero's what he says : -
'I found-but very little god country, com
pared with Minnesota, and what good laud thev
have is out of a poor man's reach. They will beat
us some raising wheat, hut cannot raise as many
oats per bushel as we can here, and they do not
make any effort to raise corn. The nights are too
cold. I looked the country over in Oregon to my
satisfaction. I found lots of cheap land there ;
but their cheap lands arc not good for anything.
The good farming land in tho Willamette valley
is selling at from twenty-five to fifty dollars per
acre, and it is held in large tracts, so that a man
with moderate means cannot get hold of any of it,
so I packed my trunks and came back to Martin
county and bongbt araia. I have learned a
pretty good losson, that a poor man in Oregon is
no man at all ; there is no sh w for him t'i get
bold of apiece of new land and come np with the
country, the same as here. They have lots of
fever and ague there."
While here Mr. Moses Tike, Mr. J.
C. Mendenhall, ami various other parties
spent, a good deal of time in showing Mr.
Josiah Smith over the country. He was
offered a tract of ninety acres, six or seven
miles from Albany, equal tu the very
best in the Willamette Valley (and there
is do better anywhere), at the low figure
of $18 per acre, with all the time
he wished in which to pay the purchase
money. He was offered a quarter sec
tion in the vicinity of Lebanon, at the
rate of SI 5 per acre, lie was offered
land in small and large parcels, the like
of whose fertility he never before saw aud
may never airain. almost at his own terms;
and yet in the face ot all this he menda
ciously asserts that a poor man lias no
chance to obtain -zood land in Oregon at
; STILL RUSHING I
Stohm. Tb-J largest "stretch of weather we
have bad iu this secti-m for years past onoucd up
ou Saturday it never t eased raiuii.g, part of the
time a perfect deluge of water, until Tuesday af
ternoon. The country in every direction resem
bled a vast lake. All the little streams here
ahouts wero full to overflov. i;ig, aad the Willam
ette overflowed her bal ks in many places.
on YVeinesdav eveuinir, Mareh 1st, 1871,
for the benefit of this Association, aud for the ' k lrt ....tno it, wiiill rrf1!-! Some
id traveling cx- ! ' ' .
Whex Ao Wuebk- Tucntck tiopar'.y spoken of j
elsewhere, is to transpire ou YVe-lmsday evenieg
next, at the resilience of Mr. Jas. II. Foster.
Everybody is invited. To make tUc party as in
teresting as pos-il.-, we h--j e the lalKs, both
young and old, w;!i n;t f'.r t ti.e nefc ties.
Loud ft.n may bees pecfc.l.
geucrous donation of his tiuie
pcuses in coming to our city and lemming to his
lUtulccd, That wo will keep his geucrous con
duct in grateful remembrance ; aud it is our fer
vent wish that the favor besrowed by. him upon
this Association niav return to him fourfoli.
J A Lkcti ee To bk Ii.i.i stsat::p. We ar-- au-
tiiorizcd to state that X. B. Humphrey will, within
! a short time, de'.irer a lecture ou the subject of
! '"Samps m and the Philis ir.es."' For the pur
! pos of illustrating the1 formidable weapon with
' which Siiiupson made sueh havoc among his ene- f
; mies, f.ie under jaw ot the editor of tLe mtc
t liiyht Djiuoa'tst will be on exhibition on tue oc-
Pkksox AL- Thos. tl. Young, C Marshal
for Oregon, calK'd on us last week. He was oftcr
A Bic Suit. I: is remore.l tb:t Fa -her
has cut'-red suit agaiu.-t Mr. for ucfamat'on
of character, lavirg d;"ma;ts at SIO.OUU. It is
charged that Mr. called Tit;oT a thief,
in that he t j. k ox bows that il. i io. t Jcl ng to
him. Ve ctnaui ;u-; the merits or the case,
not Kuowiug any.'hi:ig about the mart r, tin I we
'hall only say. not within - to prejudice the ease
in advauee, that we don't t-e!ieve the hli'of it.
i jurors to serve at ti.e uext term of leady's court, j
i V e noticed ani. iMiitp.s.iii. Ls-., in th-. city tue
i otLer day. sam. ha ?jot !n-eu engaged to ed't
the .S".''.vwrf, as r. jtoit hail it.
' 1'r. J. L:ns.-y 11:11 will locate in Polk comity,
: we learn .
j Taii.ouing. L. ttru-kuieier Jb Co. will eooti
! bo in receipt of a larj:c s ock of splendid, dress
j goods f r geiitleni'.'n's. wcur, and tli: y will cut cut
i and make so ts that can't fail to pleas-1 the weaicr,
j at fair rales. Oo lor "em
tiRA! (MTri. Ve see that our old ii-Ic.d
fellow-citizen, J. Liusey lllil, member of the
-iart preservative,' is now entitled to write M. I.
after his name, bavin graduated i:h Lib h:nor
iu the medical cepartu.e.it of the V,"iilait;cttc Uni
versity at Salem. Having all the ilcmcnts to fit
him for the profession, we rr.JU t fi r Ir.
Hill a hijh and honorable career as a physician.
At the election of oSb-crs of the Alumni of the
Medical lcpartmci.t, Dr. Hill was elected Secre
tary for the current year.
Fact. o2;clnirac(j;r;ff" ;,e new tyle pboto
i graph, an all tile ru.a i:oiv. and Messrs. Winter
nd ' ,i Paxtun arc doing work that e::nuot be excelled
anywhere. To be conviueevl, you have oiiiy to
call at their gallery.
Foe Sale. Owiug to ccntinueX bad hcaUh,
iucapacitating him for business, Mr. Go. T.
eUleuiicr is rcluetaully euiupcllcl t- withdraw
from active pursui's. at.least until his h alth is
fully restored. This being the case, he offers his
large stock of drugs, chemicals, paints, oils, glass,
etc., and the good will of the establishment, at a
very low figure for cash. Any onj conversant
with the business;, wishiug to iucst iu a money
making institution, should apply to Mr. Settle
mier at once. It occupies the most public busi
ness stand in the city.
TnADED Pi-on:RT v. Mr. Jus. Xixon has
traded city and other realty for the Jason Wheeler
farm, on the Santiam, two or three miles from
Lebanon, containing five or six hundred acr-s.
with the intention of going largely into tho stock
Rumor has it that preparations for the erection
of several elegant buildings will soon be comple
ted. Indications arc that there will bo a demand
for good mechanics herj during tho coming sca
jou. Mr. Milton lieach departed ou the last steamer
from Portland for San Francisco, to lay in a stock
trf general merchandis. groceries, etc., fur his
new cslab'.ishmsnt iu this city.
people seem to imagine when they cotu,e
to Orejron that they are entitled to a free
rift of a farm of theirown choosing, with
'rrub" enough to last them a year it is
lue thetu Leeaue of the immense ben
efit the country will derive from their
presence. Wi-ilo we are anxious to have
honest, indu .trious, and worthy people
come and settle amonvr us, knowing that
it will be vastly to their benefit as well
as ours so to do, ot'.r stuck of know-it-all
kind of people is sufficiently hv.-fie to en
able us to ;et aloii"- very- well for some
time without additions. We assert, with,
out fear of successful contradiction, that
there is no better place on tlte American
continent to-day, fur an honest, industrN
ous poor man, than Orejiou, and, takin":
! into consideration th richness of the
! soil, healthfulucss of tho climate, etc., no
! spot where a poor man can so easily ob
; lain land, in small or larpe parcels. As
to the fever and ague, Minnesota can
j double discount Oregon. Such menda-
clous assertions as tho?e of Josiah Smith
j will only excite a smile of coutenipt from
i any intelligent man '.vhol.as ever had a
glimpse cf our noble young State.
31 ktiiouist Rook. Cuxcek.v. A New
York dispatch of FeLruarj 25th says :
The Cumi-jittec appointed to select ex
perts to examine the books iind clear up
the existing muddle in the Methodist
liouk Concern have not yet been able to
choose their agents, but are moviug in a
mysterious way among themselves, and
decline letting the public know what
they are about.
a t ' T It 15
NEW J E WE LR Y STORE
, j ..'i. xiTiis,-; ;
Albany, - - - . - Oregon.
' aok.st row the celebiiated ":
American & Swiss Gold & Silver Watches
Of every description. Direct Importer of '
tho very best
SWISS MAD E V AT CUE S,
Gents and "Ladles Sizes. ':' "
THE FINEST SELECTION OF
JEWELRY. AND FANCY GOODS.
Of all Kinds constantly on hand, i
t. O-' ' 1 '
BE PA 1 It I K O OF
WATCHES, SPECTACLES & JEWELRY
Article Sold and alt Repairing
Wo claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS,
11 and at prices that defy competition.
A. COWA. A. W. STiJABII.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET ...ALBANY.
They offer a lare and wC 'ccted stock of
STAPLU IB1l CJOOS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
OsissIil or Produce I
In addition to a very largo stock, covering
everything in the line of Cottons, we
have a eomlcte assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Bys' and Men'
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS !
HAT?, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Citv Market. Messrs. Harrij & HaigLt arc
all right again, with plenty of fresh meats of al!
kinds to suit the palates of their numerous patrons.
The Natchez penple are talking ahout
hritlgiDg the Jliss-issitipi at that place.
REAL ESTATE DEALE1S,
Office, No. CI front Street,
POUTLAXU - - - - OREGOX.
As EsTEFPRtsiso TntEF A tory was related
to us the other day of a theft, which incontcstibly
.rove that we Lave the most enterprising and
liardworkiug parloinen of other men's property in
this section to be met with in any country. Tbe
story seems incredible, but onr informant says he
has no doubt of its truth. Not many weeks since
the ta:.uery at the Soda Springs was robbed of
orer two thousands pounds of bides or leather. It
is supposed the robbery iu committed during the
night. The bides were taken from the ruts, where
they lay in tbe course of bcinjr tauncJ. This is
the firft time we ever heard of a theft of impar
tectly tanned skins, to so large aa extent. The
roads being almost impassabic from the recent
rains, no one lias the lea-t idea a here the enter
prising robber could convey his oozy 'booty.
Attacked r a Mqxstkols lSnuis. A corres
pondent from Peoria, under date of March 4 th,
IS71, sends us the fallowing account of an attack
made upon tbe person of a youag lady of that
place by a bear, recently :
On the evening of the 2d iis.,a young lady of
this place Daa goue a snort ui-lauce lrtn her
father's house, carrying a lightio her hand, when
fbe was starttea uy a tow growl, ana a uowe
which resembled tbe footfall of some heavy ani
mal approaching her immediate vicii.ity. Being
startled for tbe moment, sot raised the iiirbl aud
peered iututhe dsrkuces, an 4 was soon enabled to
make out theeaue of tho disturbance, for, within
- f. vards of where she then stood, with distend
ed laws, she discerned a naze bear making rapid
tridea toward her. with tho evident intention of
making an evening meal of her dainty person.
Thinkins- that her best course, under the circum-
isnivi. was to nut tbe greatest distance between
herself and bruin, she turned and fled with rapid
feet towards ber father's mansion. Bat a few
yards, however, bad been compassed by ber, when
l.l, nn-TV t-rowl of the savaeo Brute, now
iihin a few foot of hU intended victim, ' mads it
painfull v evident that bruin was tbe faster of the
two in the race, and some other device mast be
adooted if she would escape bis dreaa embrace.
Summoning all ber courage, she faced her pursuer,
Cashing tbe liht the enrried in her hand almost
in the monster's face. This seemed to adtotiis!
find confuse his bearship for tho moment, and be
turned as if to flee; bat bis banger seemed to get
the better of bis fears, and once more be tamed
and faced our heroine, and with savage growls
and enen laws, seemed ready to make the fatal
spring. But tbe bold front and tteatly nerves of
our heroine, stiil waving the lijjbt in bis eyes
. kept the brule at bar. while she sb.wly retreated,
At this juncture, several children who were eye
witnesses of the scene we have been relating, at
first aut takins is tbe fall danger of our heroine.
now boldly cams to the rescue, and with their
out clamor so frizhtcned brain that be
tbe woods, and left oar heroine matter
Clothixc. Mr. X. Baum, is expected to ar
rive in this city to-day with a buc;e invoice of the
latest styles of clothing, etc. If you want to
"dro-ss up" Sunday, buy a new suit of Baum.
.Hioii IVatbk. Tbe Willamette is higher now
than it has been at any tims during the year 1ST I.
ConnKsrOsiiKNCE. Sec interesting correspond
ence from Empire City. We hope our friend will
keep up his lick.
Cosckht. A concert, for the benefit of tho Li
brary Association, is to come off in two weeks iu
this city, we are informed.
On account of high water both of our flouring
mills have ceased to grind.
The Willamette is receding slowly.
fiuaueial and Commercial.
G.dd in "Sew York, 1 11 J. Legal tenders, 90(3
San Francisco markets show little change. We
flour Atarict qnicr,, at 93 SUfiT.
"Wheat Coast. $2 2Ci ; gnod,$ 32J,2 35.
Barley At SI 35(5.1 40.
-Oats No change.
. P.tatues At$l 851 95.
Onions S3 75 per bushel.
Albany markets doll. We quote : Wheat,
SI per bushel. Oats, 50o do. Butter, 2l grille
per lb. Kggs, 16e per dotea. Bacon sides'; lOe
per lt ; snouIilcrs.ee; uams, 12Ac. r rcshveni
son, 12Jc; dried do., 15c.
Who, when his brother asks for bread,
would give him a serpent ? Yet how
often when the sick ask for : medicine,
they receive poison. Mufenry and prus-
sic acid, are prescribed daily, and the
larger the dose the more heroic the
practice ! Shun all deadly minerals, and
concentrated vegetable poisons " Let Dr.
Walker's Vineoar lirrxEas ; bo the
first resort of all who Buffer from general
debility. Indigestion, constipation, bilious
ness, intermittent lever or rheumatism.
They will need no other medicine.
-. ii mi m ' ' ''
7 Wistar's JJalsam of Wild Cherry is a
pleasant remedy for every kind of a
cough, cold, and irritation of the breath
intr annarntus. it is a safe remedy ; It is a
took to J powerful remedy; it is s speedy remedy ;
of litis a remedy that aires. ; ? 27 ., .
REAL ESTATE in thU CITY and EAST
PORTLAX I, iu the most desiraldo localities, con
sisting of LOIS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
HOUSES aud STORES: also,
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located i;i ALL parts of the
SIATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur
chased for Corre.londeuts, iu this CITY and
throughout tho STATE and TERRITORIES,
with jrrcat cure aud on the most ADVANTA
H0CSES and STORES lcacl, LOANS
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OK ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
a General FINAXCIAL and AGENNOY BUSI
AG EXTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT
IES and TOWNS in tho STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
tbe same to tha above address.- 3v22
Wall-Paper, Paper & Linen
Blinds, &c, &.C
Especial attiniiju is directed to our stock of
IKON AND STEEL
CL.e:RA Sj HARDWARE!
Whieh is the largest and most complete this side
Yon arc invited to call and examine our goods
The highest market price in cah paid for
Wool, Rncoii and fai'd !
A. COWAN A CO.
Oct. 30. IS60-S
E. W. PIKE,
BOOKSELLER & STATIOKER,
and dealer in
Oftcr!", In additiou to a full supply of
A. Wheeler, dealer iu fancy and staple Dry-
Good?, Ilats, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groce
ries, Crockery. Hardware, Iron aud Steel, Wagon
Timber, Plows, Agricultural Implements, etc.,
Motto Small profits and quick rcturnt."
a i . . r i
The Great Family Medicine.
' ; TAKEN INTERNALLY,
It cures sudden Coldf , Coughs, Ac, -and Weak
Stomach, General Debility , Nursinr Sore Mnmh
Cauker, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia er Indiges
tion, Cramp .or pain in the Stomach, Bowel Com
plaint, Painter's Colic, Asiatic Cholera, Diarrhoea
Cures Felons, Boils and Old Sores, Severe Burn
Scalds, Bruises and Sprains, Swelling of the
Joints, Ring-worm and Tetter, Broken Breasts,
Frosted Feet and Chilblains. Toothache, Pain, in
the Face, Neuralgia and Rheumatism. It is a
sure remedy lor Ague, China and Fever.
Taken intoraally, should be adulterated with
milk or water, or made into a sjrnp with molas
ses. For a Cough a few drops on sugar, eaten,
will be more effective than anything else.
See printed directions, which accompany each
bottle, sola by all amggiets; , iS. - t- too
13 O O IC TL I N 12
BLANK BOOKS, new styles, -
MUSIC BOOKS, of all kinds,
Fresh lot of NOVELS,
as well as '-
CIlllOMO LITIIOGRAPUS, '
MORTON'S GOLD 1'EXS,
"WALL 1'Al'EIl, ' .
ELEGANT GIFT AHNOAtS,'
Parian t ITlarble Vases,
BO HE MIAN WARE,
Writing TeIi.i,- ' r'! j..".;- .
Worli boxes, :
Birdcages, - "';'v
. PIAXOS,, r.V:
; Flutes, '
AND MA2CY OTUEU V
, ' ALSO . ' " ,
including the -
All of which are, as a matter of cqurss, "...
, r r .-; to BE HAP ON . '" ''
E. W. PIKE.
Albany, Oecsmber 24, 1870-16
" I CBIADLI, B. CHEADlj:',
Fronb-sL, Albany, Ogn. I 120 Clay-st., San Fran-
... , v. ' -y v J eiseo, California..
R. Cheadle . td Co.,
Wholesale and Retail "Dealer int-'.'-
:;:s?- uo -isrij-j .(tier.
i MARK GOODS .
T-s. O., Albany, Oregon ; or
lt Sain Francisco, Cal.
Liberal advances made on consignment-
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
' I IXTESD DOTXO A
General Commission Business
for the purpose of selling "
All Kinds of Produce
that may be eonigncl to me to eTl
LA1IAR CnEADLE, -J."fcxx-y-,
.J3f s .7, a '"! "SSI I ii i'.i' HU i
3V-l 3i"j'-: i ,-Li ! t-i?JJM2t et'T
;, -s , ,1 s . .ff ? -3 1 '3 H T3
l A FEW RE ASON8 7D Y
!. -' '' is't'Mi. i'.a;x
:e.tF titisU Tt . -wii.Xi-tt1 Mrt$ sWsKsasta
Hvaaijil . jsti4 mm Ji-
Will reeetre and attend fo all orders on m to be
filled in Salt Francisco.
oct9-itf ...... l It. CHEADLE,
- , Xotioe. .
GREATER j INDUCEMENTS !
Xow offered to the trade than ever before, as we
sell for i..
Cash or '"L'l-ivcle 5
In hand, and having dispense 1 with long credits
15 per cent cheaper -
Than any house giving 12 month's time, or any
kind of a credit syftem, can offer to the trade.
Come along with your Cash or 1'rodiice, and see
what you can do at the CASH STOKE of
i It. CHEADLE A CO.
X. II. Cash paid for all the EGGS offered.
Fire! F,xro! JF-Lxrc 1
TBE ARIOX PIANO-rORTJt "it OtwaW
rowerjbaa any otlsr othw riMmaffU. Lmf
IT WILL BTAHD III n TVHs X.0KOtJ
and In Its mechanical eonstractlon tt ( saete per
fect, and therefore: more oTarable thsm aay Ininr-.
meat constructed in tbr asttal'' modera stylo. ' -
The aranKemeot of tho Agraffe, tbe sasnmf ' sf
strin(r"ng,the peculiar form and arraaaemaat of
the Iron Frame.' ' ;u ' -
' I.JJW. iv i '"I "'.-!rC-r' aKM w"
Tbe use of a bart,(wbich Is a fmrt of tbe fro
Frame) oa a lino witb tbe beary steal striAgiaf,
Where most needed, and in this respect all other
Tbe construction of tbe WREST PLAKK. Into
wbich the Tuning Pins are inserted, is rack that it
is impossible for the pins to become loose nod, or
tbe Wrest Plank itself to split, as Is too often tha
ease in other Piano-Fortes,
THE EXTRAORDINARY EVEN
NESS, Throughout the entire seal, tbe oxeeDeat Biasing
Length and Purity on Ytbratiun,
AH go to prove what, wo claim, tU. t that tha
Is the Best Instrasaeat "Haoafaetarod.
: - . . . f. !- 1M1 bM
a r 1 6' b i jams
Are used Exelusirelj in tb
of New York city.
The most serere test a piano eaa receiro Is con
ftant use in a Conservatory.
i , -BS
"A Stitch in Time Saves Nine!
Fire and Marine Iasnrance Company !
JCos. 416 and 418, California street,
San Francisco, - - - California.
STOCKIIOLrERS IXDIVIDL'ALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, in Gold Colo. tTSO.OOO.
' Deposit in Oreg-on, SO,(MMK y
Lostrs Promptly ami EqutUtlJjf Adjusted
And JaMM tiold Lorn.
THIS COMPAXY bavinx comvlied with the
. laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance acainst Loss i or lamaire by ire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
liberal terms. j
OUSTAVE TOVCHARD, Pres.
CIIAS. I. 11AVEX, t?oe'y.
J. C nENSENHALL, "
Assent for Alhaav
:. U -
THE EYES I THE EARS 1
THE XEW EXGLAXB MUTUAL LIJL
Insurance Company of Boston Is thoonly
company on this coast, goeomed by tbe
Tbis company jwas incorporated A
and has cumulated ssscts of ov.r $900,000 OU.
Tbe following lapsed policies hpve been paid on
this coast under this law s -,
of death. ' Amt. larared.
months. " 4.000
4 months. - ' t 10.000
3 months. - 1.000
11 months M00
i ,i n..l tiMBtn snv other com-
linu iuq " " I'" 1 t . - .
uany, they would have been forfeited,. ; , ,
Tbe abore facts speak for themselves, and to
tbe wise and prudent fucther cvmmcnt Is unnec
essary. ' I ... - --" -.-.:,
KVKRSON & M IDD LEMISS;
GENERAL AGEXTSj s : SAX FRAXCISCO.
Ko. of policy.
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Read The Following:
It affords me much piraure to gWeryon, fa these
few lines, a very siuuem testlmonssd forU Piano
Fortes of your niaauf actare. ne aare now sum
tbe " Pateut Arion Pianos" In osr Consersaloriea.
for a year, and hare bad fair opportunity of Urt.
ing their durability daring that time The pianos
have been played upon almost constantly, frota
morning till night, and a Piano mast mass a no s
good one wben it will bear each oooistsnt smss
oat showing signs of defection. As for rssaafsnj.
in tune, it out rivals any Piano known to me.
Tbeir peculiar sweetness of tone is "(he treble ,
(as compared to other' Pianos with' lb ordinary
metal agraffe arrangement is so striking that L
hare had pupils remark, while taking tasilTiawaSs;
that although they had as homotwbai they
posed to be one of the host make of Pianos, stul
the treble was very wirey toned compared witlk.ha
. What makes them still mora dstaMsffetMsf
iraiform Vohitne of ton, which enables aa Artist to
perform a composition in its trne character.
In total, I can eon se'rntioaily endorse all that Is
claimed by the Arion Pis no - Forte Company for
their superb instruments, as I consider Uiem .sa
perior to any other make. " '. " '.' ' 'Vf. '""7 .'... .1
CongratuUting yon spori th great nteata yen
hare obtained in tho manofactaiw of So prrfset aa
iostrumcnt, I remain yours.
Xow York, September 3, 18?0.
February 25, 1871-25y
Albany, Ore gran.
Dr. T. Ij. f-OIsDEUr,
OCUUST AWD AURIST,
ALRAXY, .el ,,Ut -J OREGOX.
R. GOLDEN IS A BON OJf THB
noted old Opthalinic Doctor, S. C.
Dr. SOLDEX has had experience in treating
the various diseases to which tbe eye ana ear-are.
subject, and feels confident of Riving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves under
his care. - " ' '
Albany, April 10, lStt9-31y
LANK Deeds, Mortgages, ete., en hand
latest styles, and for tale low, at tbis otoa
Tbe standard remedy lor Cmijh i niljsetiaa,
Cmmpimnt, Bnmekiti, iesstiMiAeswet and
every sdwuob ."e- ' " -
bat loosens it, clean sos the luage, d alUya irri
tation, thus resteoia esmse o'f tbo eomvlaint.
Nona leutM unless signed I. Bc-rra, ; Prepared
uu w . fl. a kL,, . . tt.tB. - RolA bv
RediaRtaa-, Haatatwc As Co. 8aa, r'ramoioco, and
by dealers generally. ; ?& t 5J j7
We want J rst-css and responsible A rents., in -
every city and town nrtmia wa ha-ro not 'imnyf-
' a,!t- Mi if as n-5-wa aaav
Our anuual Illustrate 4 J ampUet, which oooip'K -a
full description of the interior eonstrustioa of too
Patent Arion Pian-t'ort aad a3I the etnor lead
ing Pianos of ths principal ataaoa; illastratod with
cuts, thus co trusting tho Ajioav w? ''"' "f
class llanos, and proving
Our Pianos are superior to any la tho nearket.
Oar pamphlet contains engravings of all the dif
ferent styles of instrument that we sustM4
giving a full description at aaah, so ts a T ;
can select tha style they may desire to a-ver. . v h,
me assurance that taey wiu reeetre i ist as a
Piano as if they were us our wai Stol ..A.
We have sold over Five Tbousaa 1 1 ru-- v ef
them being shipped great rtistanrys o
never yet reoeivea tao arat m-"-A, as
a written guarantee wUh every It s-e s e ' so
lute. br five years, the nurnhaseT ft- . .
Dvn't OiU lor rift ow pws' - .sva,.
Frt, and ttktn swa writ a et jjMr
fki'4 Hutice tu. .t'w .'... rb'"t9' .-w
X. 11. Wo caution the public from parch-' a
cheap Piano, which has reerotly been nut in toe
market, bearing the same "anon.- M
Arion Pianos bear tho aamo "PaUut Ariaa, aad -eaa
only bo purchased from ear Mow York ware
rooms, or oar authorised Agents threughou tha
I'nited States. .. '
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