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SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1871 "
Subscribers finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires witi
that number, and they are invited to renew thuir
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
Aoest. Mr. J. M. Baltimore, general news
paper, advertising and collecting agent, Portland,
Oregon, is authorized to act as agent at that poin
far the Register.
Circuit Coort Dotkkt. Wa are under obliga
tions to our accommodating County Clerk, Air.
A. C. Jones, for the following copy of the causes
which appear on the docket to bo adjudicated
upon at the March term of the Linn County Cir
cuit Court, which convenes in this city on nest
State of Oregon vs Gordon Cooper.
State of Oregon va Leopold Locher.
State of Oregon ts James Wilbnrn.
State of Oregon rs James Wilburn.
Wm. A. Churchill vs J. M. Churchill.
State ot Oregon vs J. S. Thomas et al.
Wm. Itilea vs Wm. Lewis et a.
S. M. Davidson vs S. G. McCallUter and Wm.
Susannah Bam ford vs James BumrorJ et al.
J. I. Miller vs M. Miller.
Kachel Dinwiddii va David Dinwiddic.
J. B. Co-net vs Ester Cornet.
James Wilson vs Fraucones Wilson.
' Wm. Rilea vs L. Turner et al.
Marion County vs Linn County.
John Mocker vs E, W. Sijjsby and T. Alfuid.
Christian Clynier vs Wn. Armtrong.
Olston Jones vs Anthony Weddle.
A. II. Charlton vs David Lewis.
J. B. Uoskius vs Wm. Baker. -
K. C. Pittman vs Wm. M. Pittman.
Cbailcs lt.yal vs Win. Ncwhouse.
Jerry Dripgs vs W. J. Mathews.
W. J. Mathews vs Jerry Driggs.
Jeorge Larocque et al vs 11. CheaJls and L.
A. J. Warren vs Berry Evans.
J. B. Comley vs Eli Carter.
Jacob Kees vs Willott and Thompson.
The Oregon and California Railroad Company
vs squire Jtontgomerv.
Personal. Hon. T. B. Odeneal, Assessor of J
Internal Revenue, called on Wednesday, en route
for his home, Corvallis. Mr. 0. is one of the
most diligent and effective of officers.
We received a call on Wednesday from Hon.
Chester N. Terry, D. Q. M. of I.O.O.F. He paid
an official visit to Albany Lodge N. 4, on the same
Dr. Whittimore, a former resident at Albany,
has been paying his old friends and acquaintan
ces hereabouts a visit during the week.
Mr. Juhn Barrows, of Blsin, Young & Co.,
came up on the last steamer from San FrancUco
to Portland. Lookout for slathers of new goods.
Mr. P. C. Harper, of Harper A Co., is still in
San Francisco, sctccting a handsome stock of the
latest styles in dry goods, etc., for the benefit ot
their customers hi these parts.
Mrs. Hale Backensto left, on Thursday's boat,
for Kugeae City, to join her husband, who has
gone into business in that growing burg.
Jas. BrasSuld, Esq.. of narrisburg. took his
departure on Thursday's steamer for home. He
was deained in this city several day, waiting for
Gus. Layton is up from the emporium on a
vi?it to the boys. He retains his corpulency well.
S Dr. Piummer, Boss Telegrapher, ha been
stopping in the city for a period, awaiting an
"assuagement" of Jupiter Pluvias' reign, that he
J may indulge ia the usual Spring "wire pulling."
j As Impoutast Enterprise Candlk, Soap
asd Laud Oil Masi factorv. Ono of the most
; important enterprises to be inaugurated in our
I very mUst the cousinj season, heretofore ruen
! tioned iu the Recister, is the erection of a new
j building for the purpose of entering largely into
i the maucfactnrc of Candles, Soap and Lard Oil.
j The proprietors of this enterprise, Messrs. E.
' Cartwriht t Co., are gentlemen of large business
j capacity, and shrewd financiers, who thoroughly
j understand the matter in hand, and will not only
make it a puving investment to themselves, but
! the establishment of such an industry will aid !
j larg- iy ia builJitig up and increasing the prosper
' ity of our city. The factory building is to bo
: erccte 1 iu the eastern portion of the city, on the
block adjoining the Froman Buildings. In Di-
. The Oregon and California Railroad Company s mens'uns, it will be 30x00 feet, two stories uizh.
TJ?." s-iIcrri11- , . ., , i with a lascment story ten feet deep. The base-
Tbe Oregon aud California Raaroad Company I , , . , ' ,
vs Eli Carter : uu'nt ld 10 u0 used ia the bummer for the mauu-
. The Oregon aud California Railroad Company j facture of Winter strained oil. One mor.ster
vs J. J. Gray. . 1 Wottlj, to be used iu the manufacture of soap,
Robert Earl et al vs Thomas tTumuhreT et al. ... , .... ... , ..r ,
. . e T . eF . will be of the capacity of four oud a half tons at
. JlcAleianaer vssbcria of I.mn louutv et al. r '
" one 'silting. The "digester, for manufaclur-
Bamv Bittes. On Sunday la't as Vanny ! ing pork into lard oil, will bo of six tons capacity.
cuitb, a lad of some twelve years of agis, young
est t in of the late Hon. lk-lazon Smith, was re
turning to the city from a visit to tho farm, and
was passing through llackleman's grove, just east
of town, he met s me of Hackleman's .boys, who
were out, accompanied by a dog, huntiug squir
reU. After some conversation wiib the boys,
Vauny started for town, when the dog jumped
and caught him on the inside of the right leg, just
above the knot, inflicting a wound of some two
inches in length down the leg. He was taken to
his broihcr-iu-law's, Mr. P. C. Harper, on Broad
a'.tiu street, where the wound, which proved a
very painful one, was immediately cared for, and
he is now doing,very well. It isn't very good
policy to keep such vicious dogs, as they are
liable to do unwarrantaMe damage to innocent
parties, and prove very expensive to owner?.
j The insiehinury to bo used will be manufactured
j at tho Oregon Iron Works, Portland. The eree
j tion of these works will cost tha Company some
five thousand dollari, aud nil! Le commenced
j just as soon as the weather will admit, and pushed
A Presentation Speech. George 1
Washington Stroud, late Mayor of Scio,
but at present the clever and genial Mail
Agent on the O. & C. Railroad, a few
days since acted as spokesman in a pre
sentation affair, to the great delight of
all who were present on the occasion.
The present consisted of a gold pin bear
ing a conductor's badge, which waa pre
sented to Sam Winaos, one of the social
and obliging conductors on the O. Jfe C.
Railroad. According to the local of the
Oregonian, G-.'W. Stroud, late Mayor,
etc., made the following eloquent and
"Sam: Sir I am delegated by a large number
of very respectable gentlemen (including myself)
who, though not related to you by blood or mar
riage, have yat had relations with yuu in a busi
ness or social way, along this line of railroad, to
present to you this trifle of jewelry (here, George
turn bled iu bis riht-hand vest pocket, and brought
forth an elegant gold pin, bearing a conductor's
badge) asa token of their high esteem for you as a
gentlemauly gentleman, and your unquestionable
talent as a railroad conductor. We hope you will
accept this little, token with the same christian re
signation and fortitude that either of us would
exhibit if we were in your shoes. Applause from
the boys. Now, Sam, put it on and wear it-wear
it proudly, but don't lut it fool you into being too
proud to know your old friends, Sam. Remember
tnat. Your parents, by which I mean your father
and mother, though honest, were respectable, and
that's what's the matter with tho rest of us. ( Up
roarious applause from a one-eyed man who
thought he saw the point.) The American
Here the applauso became general and deafen
ing, added to which, both the locomotive whistles
were set going, it was forever lost to human ears,
though it may be recorded above. George declares
his suspicion that there was some design in that
chorus of whistles.
Of course, Sam replied. He said, "Well
George, you and the other respectable gentlemen
have my thanks, aud and and pshaw I I
dont't know auything about this speeeh-makiug.
business, but I'll stand the peanstts. (Applauso
aud more whistling, during which the apprecia
tive spectators dispersed aud the trains pursued
their respective jouroevs.) George insists that be
would have made a spceuh that would have done
him credit if be had had a fair chance. There is
no doubt of it.
NEW JEWELRY STORE
J . . J ' TITUS, . :
Albany,''- - - Ongon.
AOCXT rOH TB CELEBRATED ,
American & Swiss. Gold & Sitter I atches
Of every description. iJirect Importer of
- the very best
SWISS MADE WATCHES,
Genta and Ladies Sixes.
A Joke that Smelt. That last "sell," per
petruted upou th prince of jokers, too, smelt of
was it Lubiu's extract ? We mean the wheel
barrow affair !
Resumed. freight trains on the O. A C. Rail
road resumed trips, after a few days suspension
iu consequence of high water iu the Willamette,
THE FINEST SELECTION Ot
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Of all Kinds constantly on hand.
WATCHES. SPECTACLES - JEWELS 1
San Francisco Prices.
Kvery Article Sold and all Repairing
We claim to keep all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS.
H and at prices that defy competition.
A. COWAS. A. W. STAKA RD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET- ......ALBANY.
Some very importaut cases will come up for
adjudication at the session of the Circuit Court
next week. It is an unusually heavy docket.
They offer a large and wel" --We ted stock of
STAPLE DIXIT CSOODS !
At Extraordinary Low Prices
Cash or Produco I
antiAiI Coal 2I:xi:.--Z.uil.cr Iu
called i.u us Jli-cday, r.n-1 presented
spcciiiica of cecl t&ken frem t're n:w
cem!y discovered iu tl-C fv.Ls of taj
!me t-i 'fct miles frvin, Lel aiiun. A enmpsny ua
bjvn .ra'izod, and the work of opening up the
bank is being vigorously prosecuted. The vein
ha grown frum twelve inch-s tii wMtli at the
p'jiat where Erst struck to tivcrity-eight laches,
anves every evidence of an increase iu wid:h
as te woxk progresses. 1 he coal it3e'f alo im
proves iu quality ay-ihe miners 'g down"on.t':e
.vein. The blacktniitbs who havo tr'.ei the coal,
pronounce it better, in m-St respects, than char
coal, and of course it is much cheaper. Wc are
glad to bear so good a report of the new discovery
and hope it my prove
FnoM Ocnoco. From a private letter to a
frijnd in this city, we are permitted to cull the
following items from Ochoeo valley. The letter
is under date of March 12th, 1871 : We have I
been having very rough weather iu the valley, iu j
the way of rain, snow and wind tho wind blow- ;
i!i terriSeally and a'.ra j.-t continually. Matilda !
' Powell died on the Oih, and was buried the next j
j day. Mis. Webdcl is net expected to live, as j
' she is very low. Mrs. Douthilt, also, is reported j
as gradually failing, and cunuot live long. John ,
Crabtn-c i" so uiueh woiie that little hope is !
; t'Ctet'Uined i,f his lcs .-veiy. Crass is growing '
us with a ; tmly and stock generally un doing well.
Ssow Storm. On Monday we had quite a little
snow storm. Sleighing was not attempted, how-
Water. The Willamette reached its
stacro on Sunday. It is now "assuag-
; Real Estate Xiiassai.tioss. Cyrus Wo3t
j lake to Lewis Miller, c uaideraticm, ?'O0. W. G.
i Scott to Geo. M. D. rayr-e, coaii l.ralion $7,8"d.
i James Logan to E. E. Wheeler, consideration S2,
i 500. L. Stitnpson to C. Bridgefarmcr, coosidcra
i t': n .fiO'). 15. II. Allen t John P. Sector, cou-
' sidcn.ion 41,610. V. S. Patent to W, Tavi nd j Register, printed Juno 0,
; wife, donation. P.L.Willis, guardian Gordon j (JonCorJ, New Ilauipsliirc,
I he!"- to E- Cartwright. co sid. ration $500. Mil- 3Farand & AtwooJ. It is
! v rt v. vr. n,im. ri.wi i umu Journal, ncatlj printed, and
Circuit Colbt. Liun County Circuit Court
opens next Monday, March 27th.
1'inaurlal and Commercial.
Gold still quoted at 111. Greenbacks 'J0 1
Jh: - j
Xo chnn.e in the ian Fraut isco markets. Wo j
quote (lour, superfine, at $5 7o(ii6 ; extra. 7(7$ t
7 2i. Wheat no sales : quoted at $2 302 4o. i
Albany markets quiet, with no chango worthy ;
of mention. A good quality of butter is scarce,
and in demand at otic per pound. j
Now And Then. We Lave before j
us a copy of the ASlalcsman and j
If a life-rone
a six col-
1 with news and miscellany. As an index
wing fountain, like that sought fr j of the character of the paper, we p;i-ve a
1 he lifst is entitled :
a hi- thin - all arjuud ' h' Ve Soto' sbould b"ret fr?m th e?T-h w" V'"- couple of extracts.
man's door, thousands would turn their backs os .
" J 1 I it. . , the healinc springs within arms-reach, to run after i N Evs. "There is
M.? handsomely c. l.braUd j teaflKdvned. TUe observant, everywhere, eamp. It is thought 1
J?T. I'ATiiica'a Day- wa
by the repeated firing of on old "fusee," the
marching and countermarching of a largo bodied
mau and his friends, who kept step to the grand
svnd soul-stirring music of fife and drum. The
evening's ccremon es woro.wound up by a grand
"walk-rouud," during which ceremony a quantity
of cayenne pepper was deposited on a hot stove iu
the room, immediately aft. r which there was a
grand and masterly retreat t'm the premises and
a cessation of hostilities.
Cn air Factort. Mr. John Metzler, at his
Chair Factory on First street, is preparing to man
ufacture an unusually large number of those ex
cellent chairs for which he has already become so
celebrated, for the Spring and t'nmmer trade.
Fur easy, well made, durabloand cheap chairs,
thoie manufactured by Mr. John Metzler stand
unrivalled. Visit his shop on First street, and ex
Toothache. We find the fallowing rtnedy for
tnotbaebe m an exchange, and print it in the
hope that it may alleviate the sufieriogs of persons
anbject to such attacks ; If any of our readets
soflVrfrom toothache, or neuralgic affections aris
ing from teeth in any state of decay, they may
experience relief instantaneous and permanent, by
saturating a small hit of col ton or wool with a
strong solution of ammonia, and applying it im
mediately to the affected tooth. The pleasing cor -trast
instantaneously produced souietim'-S causes
a fit of lauirhtcr, although a raimont before ex
treme suffering and anguish prevailed. . I have
nsed the remedy for over one year, and have ob
tained eufficicnt proof to warrant publication.
New Bcildikg. Messrs. Miner A Pearson are
preparing to erect a new business house, on 'the
coiner of First and Ellsworth streets, for the bet
ter ' accommodation of their business that of
agents for the sale of Sewing Machines which is
spreading and increasing as the virtues of the
"Baekeye" becorce known. : As they are worthy
and energctio young men, we are glad to chron
icle this evidence of their success.
accem Dr. Walker's Yisegar Bitters as tho
greatest medicinal blessing ot modern times, but
on the other hand multitudes dose themselves with
poisons, while the well-spring of healLh is accessi
ble to all. It purifies the animal fluids, regulates
every tunction of the body, calms the nerves, in
vigorates the vital organs, and is an unfailing
specific for indigestion.
PnKPAniso. Sheriff Irvine has been having
the Court room aired and cleaned up in readiness
f.T tho March term. The front part of tho room
over the cutrunce-way and immediately under
the gallery, has been petitioned off, and makes
quite a snug little jury room, well seated, with a
good xtore therein. Various other alterations
have been mada for tha convenience and comfort
of the Court, bar and jury.
Weatpeb. Tho weather during the past week
has been a decided improvement on previous
"weathers," in this : the storms averaged, at
the closest figuring, at least five minntcs between
"spelts" and the quality was not of such a
soaking charactcaind the quantity much lessened.
We hope to chronicle a cessation of wet weather
Sbatiso Risk. These are the most popular
places of resort wherever they have been estab
lished. Tortland ia coon to indulgo in a mam
moth building, erected specially as a ekating rink.
If tha parties in search of a suitable building for
the purpose are successful, we shall soon have
one of these institutions in this city. We hope
tbey may be successful. .;.- -.,':'.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy produces perfect
ures of the worst eases of Catarrh, j "Cold in the
1T'"' Coriza' and Catarrhal Headache, as bun
dreda of testimonials from well known citizons and
eminent nhvsicians who have used it in their prac
tiee abundantly testify. It is mild, pleasant and
nnirritating.- The proprietor offers $500 for a case
of Calarrh that he cannot care. Sent to any ad
lrass bv mail on receiot of sixty cents. Address
R. V. Pierce, M. J., 133 Scnaca streot. Buffalo,
N. Y. Bold by druggists. Rememlier 'that Dr.
Pierce's private Government Revenue Stamp U on
trerj package of tha Genuine.
Lookixq Glasses. Speaking of molasses and
slspjacltson em, if you really want a finished pic
tore, so acarly resembling a steel engraving that
the oldest man in the world can't tell the differ
ence, go to Winter &. Paxton's gallery and get
Rembrandt. If they can't satisfy yon, nobody
A Ccre. Tho latest and therefore tbebest cure
for cold in the head, is tho inhaling of hartshorn.
Tha inhalatioa mould ha seven or eight times ia
Hash I! ecipe. Tho followinsii too good to be
lost : "To make boarding-house hash, take a lit
tle of everything, a good deal of nothing, and
throw in something; jam to a mux, cook over a
coal fire, and season with hair pins and serve on
A Family Richest. Xo family sbould be with
out some efficacious remedy for tho euro of affec
tions, so universally prevalent, as conghs and
colds some remedy, too, which can be relied upon
as safe, sure and.certain. Dr. WUiar't Balxnm
of Wild Cherry combines tbisfei'rfrum. 29
Contract Let. The contract for building the
City Hall and Engine House was given to Mr.
J. May, his being the lowest bid, by the City
Council on Wednesday. He will receive twelve
hundred .and seventy dollars for tho job. ;
So Extra Police. The Orejonfan announced
that no extra -police will be required in Portland
during the sojoorn of tho large delegation of
Masons from Aliany and Salem, who wore then
(Wednesday) in that city on some Masonic oon-
Tocation. "- :: " ;:' '"- ' - ' "' ' '"'
Tip.st Arrival. Messrs. R. Choadle A Co.
are in receipt by last steamer of a huge amount
of now dry goods, fresh groceries, clothing, etc.;
to which they call the attention of the general
public, promising bargains to all who, may favor
them with their custom. ' .
Several Attorneys. In the ease of Royal
vs. Newhouso, suit for slandcr7the first mentioned
retains as counsel N. H. Cranor, J. Quinn Thorn
ton and God Almighty, while Newbonse retains
Me srs. Powell 4 Plinn, Geo. R. Holm, Mitchel
Strong, Dik Williams and W. Lair Hill. If, with
all this legal talent, the wo 1 don't fly, we miss
our guess. - ' " " " -
; Citt Cochcil Met on Wednesday, bnt tran
sacted very lHtle business beyond letting the eon
tract for building the City nail and Engine
House. -. - -
Rcjiob. It is rumored that Mr. Howard has
purchased the lot on corner of Second and Ferry
streets of Wra: Gird, and will eroct thereon afiret-
elass hotel building. "
Jw Saloom. A new saloon has been opened
bo tha corner of Terry and first street.
trouble in the coalition
by many of Mr. Adams'
friend;, that seeing no possibility of his re-election,
be will decline ; and that probably Mr. Clay
will be brought forward in his room. Mr. Adams'
re-election is entirely out of the question ; his
name is only kept till has friends have decided on
some other man. Arc Hampshire, ice bcliece, Acts
nettled vjion Andrew Juckvon." X. II. Spectator
of Juue o.
The only proper comment on the above sago
su?zesliuns, is found in an extraet we have had
by us for cvcrl months, purporting to come
i from a Massachusetts paper :
"An article lately appeared in a New York pa
per, beaded 'Four footed printers,' stating the
wonderful improvements introduced into the Tract
Society printing-office, by .Mr. Fcnsbaw, who
actually employs two jack-assis as pressmen. The
improvements in Sew York are at lcasta century
behind Xew Hampshire; for astro credibly in
formed tbat in tho ( flieo of tho New Hampshire
Spectator, at Newport, even the editors of that
paper are actually animals of that species."
The recond is an article taken from the
Providence American, and endorsed by
the Statesman and Rrqister as "a sensi
ble article on dress
"Something wo would havo said of the alarm
ing progress the ladies are making this season in
tho circumference of their hats, a iashion that
threatens to push every gentleman into the gutter
who shall attempt to walk by the side of a lady,
or pass her on the side-walks, to say Nothing of
the danger she herself is in, of pejrforining an
feronautic excursion, whenever she undertakes to
cross the bridge in a high wind. But this we must
defer. Thero is, we believe, a law against hav
ing shop door awnings less than six feet high.
And by a perfectly fair construction it might be
made to apply to the movable awnings, now worn
by the ladies, and denominated bats or bonnets.
These considerations, and tbe high price of ground
rent on Cheap side and Market-square, where tbe
greatest obstruction must arise in the progress of
foot passaugers, it has been hinted, may induce
tbe fathers of tbe town to interfere, and exclude
these unmeasnrable hats from the Side walks."
In addition to a very large stock, covering
everything in tbe line of Cottons, we
have a complete assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys' and Men's
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS !
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, 4c.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper & Linen j
Blinds, &.C., &c. j
Especial attention is directed to our stock of j
IRON AND STEEL
LritAL II A II WW ARK!
Which is the largest aud most complete this side
You are iuvitcd to call and examiue our goods
The highest market price in cash paid for
Wool, Dacon and Lard !
A. COWAN A, CO.
Oct. 30, 1S69-8
E. W. PIKE,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
and dealer in
A Singular Story. Captain Charles
Underwood O'Connell, one of the Irish
exiles, is a relation of Judge Underwood,
of Virginia. With., the others he has
been in Washington, aud the Republican
of that city tells the following curious
story in relation to him : ;
J.n the year 1865 ho went from this
country to Ireland, at a time when the
British authorities at tjueenstown made
a practice of searching, the baggage of
American citizens, acti arresting on sus-
pictou whomsoever they thoueht fit.
O'Connell was arrested, tried, and, on
tho strength of a letter louod among his
paper?, sentenced to ten years penal
servitude. It would be difficult to con
ceive the astonishment of the writer of
this article when he learned, day before
ycitcrday, a careless epistle of his, writ
ten several years ago, from St. Louis,
Mo., to a brother in New York, was the
means of consigning a friend to ten years
ot penal servitude. j
Starr King, when asked to define the
differenco between Universalists and Uni
tarians, replied that "Universalists be
lieved that God was too good to damn
men eternally, and the Unitarians be
lieved that men were too good to be eter
j oally damned.
Offers, in addition to a lull supply of
BOO I L. I IV E ,
BLANK BOOKS, new styles,
MUSIC BOOKS, of all kindtf.
Fresh lot of NOVELS,
as well as
MORTON'S GOLD PENS,
WALL PAPER, ;
ELEGANT GIFT ANNUALS,
Parian jJlarfole ; Vases,
AJI MANY OTHER , . ..
IMtxe j c;fil Instrumonts
including tha .
VEL OG XPX2 DEt
All of which are, as a matter of courao,
TO BE HAD ON
Albany, December 34, 1870-16
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t.. CIIKADLE, -
Fro out., Albany, Ogn.
120 Clay-st., Ban Fran
Ra Gboadlo A Oo
'Wholcsala and Ratal! Caalari la ..X"
Groceries ana Heneral - Kef chssdise -
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
MERCB AIN'TS. '
MARK GOODS :
JLtm C.s Albany, Oregon; or
H,. C San Francisco, Cal.
Liberal advances made on consignment.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I INTEND DOINQ A
General Commission Business
Tor the purpose of selling
All Kind of Produce
tk&t may be consigned to me to veil.
LAMAR ( HEADLE,
Will receive and attend to all orders on me to be
filled in San Francisco.
oct9 5tf R. CHEADLE.
GREATER INDUCEMENTS !
Now offered to the trade thin ever before, as we
Cash or Trade I
I' In hand, and having dispenso 1 with Ion; credits
I 15 per cent cheaper
; Than any house giving 12 month's time, or any
j kind oi a credit system, can oiler to . trade.
I Come alon; with your Cn.h or Produce, and see
i what you can do at the CASH HTOKE of
i R. C11EADLE 4 CO.
A FEW REASONS HT3
A R I O N PI Afid v
SUPERIOR TO AUL OTKba
TnE ARION HANO-FORTl tss firsstir '
Power than as? other ether Piaao-rort mm-'
factored. -j .
IT WILL STAND ; IS 'l TTJK LffKOBX
and in its meekanisal ceastraefkw it is Biiia aat '
feet, and Iherefore, am doraUa titan tmy imnn v
meat conitrocted in tho axnsi odia siyVat -
The aransement of tha Agraffe, the aatiar af j
stringinj .the paenliar form aad arranaisasat af
tbe Iroa Frame, ., , :. . . . ,,.v;. . .
upcrede all Other.,
The use of a bart,( which i a part ef tha ! '
Frame) on a line with tba heavy ttcel striagia;,
Where most needed, and ia this respect all other
Tbe construe tion of tha WREST PLANK, int
which the Tuning Plot are inserted, is saehtfctt H
is impossible for the pins to become looseaed, or
tha Wrest Plaak itself to split, as ia teo vftea the
ease in other Piaao-Fortea,
THE EXTRAORDINARY EVEN
Throughout the entire scale, the ezcaUeat Siagiaf
Length and Pui-ity on Vibration,
All go to prove what we claim, tis. : that the
Is the . Bast Instrument Maaafaetared,
j N. II. Cash paid for all tho EGGS offered.
J e! IEol
' A Stitch in Time Saves Nina !"
Fire and Marine Insurance Company!
Nos. 416 and 419, California street,
San Francisco, - California.
: 3 Ih.I7335JS? :
- ... t--,4.. j
Are used Exclusive! ia tit
of New York city.
The most severe test a piano ean receive is eeat '
stant use in a Ceaserratery.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, in Cold Colli. CTGO.OOO.
, Depoeit in Oregon, 950,000.
Ziostes Prmnptfy and Equitably Adjusted
And l aid n Uold Vom.
THIS COMPANY having complied with the
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damage by Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
GUST AVE T0CCUAKD. Trcs.
CHA8. I. HAVEN. Sec'y.
3. O. HENSEira A XX,
Agent for Albany
Read The Following:
t affords me much nleaare to aire 9 on, ia these
few lines, a very aiu cere testimonial for the Piano
Fortes of your manufacture. We nave aow usea
tbe "Patent Arion Pianos" in oor Conservatories
fora year, and have had a fair opportunity ef teat- .
ing their durability during tbat time. ThePiaaoe
ave beea played upon almost constantly, trees
morning till night, and a Piano meat indeed be a
rood on when it will hear saoh constant MM with
out showing signs of defection. As for KsssatWfay'
n tune, it out rivals any Piano know te as, -t
Their peculiar sweetness of tone in the treble
(as compared to other Piaaoa with the ordinary
metal agraffe arrangement ) is so striking tbat I
have had pupils remark, while taking taeirlesaeav
tbat although they had at heme what they ana-'"
posed to be one ot the best makes of Piaaoa, still
tbetrcble was very wirey f Bed compared with the
What makes them still more desirable is their
uniform volume ef tone, which enableaaa Artist tot
perform a composition in its tree character.
I a total, I ran conscientiously endorse all that i
claimed by tbe Arion Piano - Porte Coaeeany fas.
their superb instruments, as I eoaatdar tfcsae su"
perior lo any other make. .
Uoneratulatins; you ubob the neat aweecas vem
lave obtained in tbe snanafartare ef so perfeet aev.
instrument, I remain yours.
New York, September 3, 1870.-
TIIE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insuranoe Company of Boston is tbe only
company on this coast, governed by tba
Maaaachnaetts Non-Foiicitttro Law
This companv was incorporated A. T. 1835,
and has accumulated assets of over 1900.000 00.
Tbe following lapsed point"! hpve been paid on
ibis coast under tbis law r
THE EYES ! THE EARS !
Dr. T. Ii. GOLDEN,
OCULIST ANB AORMT,
ALBANY, v ; .: ' .;; ;. 0BB00N.
""SkkTIi-' GOLDEN" 13 A SON OF THE
aotoi OKI uptaalmio Doctor B. C
ii Golden.; ...
Dr. nni.Tirw v. uj : .
, " ' " M4, I ,l.Ullb. Ill H W"5
tho varions diseases to which tho eye aad ear are
u-vvci, sua xeeis eonnaeot or gtiag entire saris
faction to those who may plaoe these selree under
nia mm . ' .
Albany, April 10,' 18o9-31y
LANK Beads, Mortgages, ete., ea had
latest styles, and for sale lew, at io
Over due at time
Had the above polieies been iu any other com
pany, tbey would have been forfeited.
Tbe above facts speak for themselves, and
(be wise and prudent fuctber comment is unnec
EVERSON & MIDPLEMISSj
GENERAL AGENTS, : : SAN FRANCISCO,
Local Affent, I t Albany, Oreg-on.
February 25,171 25y ' .
" The sundard remedy forCouells.Tnflucnsa,
Sor Throat, Whooping Cough, Croup, titer
Complaint, DronckitU, Bleeding. of th Lunge, and
everr affection oi the Throat, Lungs sad Chest,
iocludiog CONSUMPTION. -
Wlatar'a Balaam does net dry op a Cough,
hut loosens it, cleaaacs tbe lunge, aad allays irri
tation, tbua resteciaf 1A4 cawe of the eemplaint.
None genuine unless signed I. Berts. Prepared
by Scth W. Fowle A Son, Boston. Sold by
Redingtoa, Hostetter A Co., Eaa Francisco, aad
by dealers generally, f 4ljT0
We want first-class and respoasihle Agents is
every city d. town where we have not alteady ap
We hare just Published
Our annual Illustrated Pamphlet, which contains
a full description of the interior eenetractiea ef the
Patent Arioa Piano-ForU, aad sdl tbe ether lead
ing Pianos of the principal make; illustrated with
cuts, thus cotrasting the Arioa with all ether firsV
cla s Pianos, and proving . ' - - '
Why and Where
r..- r:-i If. u. ta tha market.
Onr pamphlet conUins engravings of all tbe dif
ferent styles of instrument tbat we maaufectare,
giving a full deseriptiea ef eeeb, se that a pereew
"sn selaet the style they may desire to order, win
tbe assuraaee tbat they will receive jest aa good
Piano as if they were ia ewr warereeasa te eelU it.
We have sold over t ive Thoueaad Piaaee,aaay ef
them being shipped great distance, and we have
never yet received the drat eompleiat. - As We fre
a written guarantee with every Plane ire manuiae
lure, for ive years, tbe purchaser rues aertsh. '
Von 't mil as writ for ewr pamphlet wAteA SM asefT
Fnt, etnd ken you wrts etute whm pernor ftm sew'
Aim notice - . . -- ix ..
N. It We caatioa tha pahUo frees purehsefar a
cheap Piano, which baa recently bean pat ia the
market, bearing the name ''Arioa. AU geania
Arion Pianos bear tbe name "Patent Artoe." aad
can only be purchased frost ear New York Ware
rooms, or our authorised Agents throughout tha
United States. "
AU kind ef tJ
Musical Iustniiaett StjUti'
ario mt.3-rcaTE cc?o,
1 " No. Sd Broadway, " Tsrk. Ci.