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HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
. EXTRACT CATAWBA -'
GltAPE X LTS.
Compnnf.pt Ports Fluid Uxiract lihv
buro ami fluid lujtracl Catawba
" Grajne Juice.
FOR LtVEIl CO M PLAINTS, J AUN-
PICK, BILIOUS AFFECTIONS,
SICK OK N ERVODS IIEA DACIIE,
COS T IV iiN ESS, -.ETC. PURELY
VEGETABLE, CONTAINING NO
MEUCUUY, MINERALS Oil DEL
ETERIOUS DRUGS. ;
h . V.
These litis are a pleasant purgative, supersed
ing castor oil. sail.-, magnesia, etc. There is
nothing more acceptable t. the stomach. They
give tune, anil cau.-c neither nauaea or cripinjj
Pains. They ore couipci.-ted of tho Jintttt iujreU- j
tent. After a few days' uajof tbetn, such au j
invigoration of the entire system takes place" as i
to appear tairai-tibius to ib wenU ar.d enervated.
II. T. jle.utlrold's Conipouu 1 Fluid Extract
Catawba. Urapa Pili art a , t sutcr-c-oated ; suar !
elated Pills pas tit ran ;h tile stoui.ieh withuiu I
dissolving, eone-ji:ei.tly eio not produce the
eired eflcc!.' THE CAT A H'BA l U A I' Is PI LLS, ;
being pleasant, in ute an 1-odor, do not neoessi- !
tato ti.eir beinjr Siiijiir-coiUed, and are prepared
according to rules of Pburmaey anil" ClicuiUtry, S
and are i-ot Patent .Me.iioines. , : "
STITZEX&tPf ON, --.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
GENE RAL AGENTS.
A-lbany, . Oregon,
J.C.flEXDKMIAU., - - Agent,
GENERAL LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
Established July, 1863. An office where
general iii format ion concerning the resources of
Oregon can be obtained free of charge.
Loans negotiated ek first Mortgage, Keat J-.s-tate
nnd Collateral Securities. We have for sale
a large amount of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Fannin ; laud?, of every des
cription, located in Linn and other counties in
this S: tato.
NEW TO DAY.
To the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to
tbo owners of Real Estate : We take this method
of calling your attention to our place of busi
ness, ilav'in determined to open a Branch Of
fleo in your city, wo can offer i ou a medium for
obtaining purchasers one that is appreciated by
buyers, as it saves them much time and lubor in
searching for what thev want. Our principal
Api-noy, at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and the cCi.-e so well furnished for giv
ing information upon Real Kstate, that it nflurds
the most compile f.ici'.ines for all parties having
business in our lino. - ' .
JHr- You incur to expense in placing your
property on sale with us unless a sale is made.
Office on "irst stroei,. opposite Port-Office..
JOHN MENUEXHALL, Agent.
Albany, Ogn., March 2:5, 1S70. S'Jlf.
Henry T. SScSsziboId's
Highly Concentrated Coin:ouuJ
FLUID EXTiliCT S IRS APARILLA
AYill radically x:ern:into fn ra the system
Scrofula. typbiii?, S.,re?, ric-ers. Sore
Eyes, Sore Le-s, ro Mou'h, sore Head, Bron
chitis, -kiu l'ijfe;isas. Salt Iiheunv Cankers,
Running 1 rota -the l&r, -White dwellings. Tu
mors, t'aui-trons' Af.ee".i.itix. t-.'odi s. . ltiekets,
Glandular Swaiiitis, . i-l.t Sweats, Hash, Tet
ter, Hutuors.-of all kinds, Chronic, like nia.tb?tn.
Dyspepsia, and ail di.-cases that have been es
tablished in t!iir svs;e:n f .r vears.
Beis ;"prevarL-T crrr lv f,-r the abeva com
plaints. Its blooil-pur.f'ytn prcpertUsar.f great r ;
than any .olhtrr prt par-itiu oi" arsaparilla. Jt ;
gives the comp'exiv-a a elt-.-ir c.o.l heui;y col -r ani
restores the p.isiei.t lo a stiite til h -MUi ;m,i purity.
For purifj irijc t-.e bioad, removing aU chru:c j
cons itutiott.;! tti.-e-t:. arrin fioai i:n irnpura i
state ol toe cloou, ana il,e only reliable and
effectual knti'.rn r.-::icdy i'.r the cure ol pai;:s and
swellings of the bnue.-, ulceration of the lhr(?-U i
and less blotches, .pimple o i U: I'.sce, vrysipc-
las and all scaly i-ruvtions of the skiu, and beau- !
tify ing the coniplcX:o:u t
CONCENTRATED -y i ...
R'hTch ,' it has j
of tlJc l-ls
STITZEL & UPTON.
R E A L K S T A T E R R O K EJl S,
jr. C. JIF.XDKMM'.l'. Aent, '
)fii-e First st opposite Fot Office," Albany, Ojrn.
J1AVE fir sale in the citv of Albany, a desira-
,! S 3 llo Ho!utea l. Lots 1. 2. 7 and S
j Third, Fourth rmt
best hwaHlics in the
story hous:;. with f
F.!swor:h str.ets, one -T the
ity. A good one and ihalf
oUier ennvenieiiecs. A.pply
A. COWAS. A. V. STIMA.IO.
A. COWAM &. CO.,
Wbilesalc and Ictail Dca'cvs in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
FIRST STREET ALBANY..'
They offer a larga and wC "''ected stock of
STAPLE KSJY WOODS !
At ZTstraordiaaxy jLow Prices
Cash oi' Produce I
has cured every cue vU:ib'e?
been given. Irr'.t iti .3 vf tUe i eel:
der and iu.iamii.D if tlis ki-incy
la addition to a very largo stock, covering
everything in tl:a line of Cottons, we .
have a complete assortuiout of
Latest styles ol Boys and JMen-'s
the kidneys and Ll.iMer. reteution of t'riSe, d
asas of the pro:tratS giuntl, tne in the biadjer,
cxlcu'ilH, gravel, briek-dusf deposit, uud Alaeoas '
or milky dtit!jar:e.-, and f.ir c::!i.eUkd ail I deii- j
eate ci,otitu!ioos n' biii .-t.-s, niii.nd.-d vi;h
lie foIloa-,n 5;,-iajfN:na : Iud:-:7--o.y.tii--a to c-Xvr- '
- tton, loss ot power, U vf :n m,ry, tiinieulty of I
breiithin, we.?k r.rrvw?. t e-uiii;! horrwr of
dissnse, wukfuine!, -iiii: ci' vi:o, p.-iia ' iu
the hack. Lot baud.-, il;isi:ipg of jho body, dry- i
, ness o! the ski. erutiiioa im tte face, - pallid )
couutcnahce, nuiver;d l-ussita'e of tui mu.-cu!ar :
sysh-m. etc. ;
.Used byjicr on ff :ii t; c n'cs of ei-h ecn to t
twenty-Eve, an 1 tri?L3 t t: f -I:-. e 1 1 Hny -Uve or in i
the decline or chiinj i,T l.ttr. ; a ter cniiuuc:ileiiC f
. or labor paitis ; be i-uutua,; to chil.iren. -
13 8M FOBinSHIHS GOODS !
EAT?, :afs, EOGTS, SHOES, ic.
TIELMOLD'S EXTRACT JtVCV U diur tic t
and bhiod-porif'yiog. antt cures all di..--e:isesi
arising from habits of dihsijiartou, cxecf-s. s 'aitti t
imprudences i.i life, iuiparui.-s of the blootl. etc.. j
superseding copaiba in nficiiona fr which it is '
used, auu syphilitic aUecttonswita iihLJMULl 6
In many atTVctton-s p;-culMr to ladies, the ex
tract Bucha is uncaqxiailed by nry other remedy j
as in chlorosis or retention, irrguir; ity, pain- j
fulness or suppressiiiti efcrsromnry evacuations, i
ulcerated or sehirras ptjite of the dcrus, ileuror- !
rheea or whires. eter.ls, x. wht t'ivr tirriitf from
indiacretiun or hubirs of d.-?ipaiion. It is jires
cribed extensively by the most euii;jc::t. physicians
and mid wives for enfeebled and dericutJ consti
tutions of both sexes acJall ages.
O ' -
EXTRACT BUCHU CURES DIS
EASES ARISING FROM IMPilU-!
DENCES, HABITS OF DISSIPA
la all their stages, al itttie c-tp 1 r.r tu
ehangd in diet, no inconvenience-, nad no expos
ure. It causes a frequent desiro, ai;d g.ves
trenih to Urinate, thereby removing Obsirue
tions, Preventing and Cur, nj Mrielcros of the
Urethra, Allaying Pain a id luUuinaioi), so fre
quent in this cliiss of dij.;i:s, aul rxpi'liia- all
Poisonous matter. 1
rr: t, iielm roll's improved
ROSE WASH !
cannot be surpassed as a Taec Taclt, and wiil be
found the only pecfic remedy in every pr.eics of
Cutaneous Affection. . It spead;lv eradicates l-'iic-ples,
Spots, Scorhulie Dryness, 1 minrations of the
Cutaneous Membrane, etc.. dip. Is Kednes and
Incipient Inflammation Hives, it ish, I.,th
Patches, Dryness of calp or Skin," Frost bites,
end all purposes for whieb Salves or Oiutments
reused; restores the skin to a state of ptirity
and softness, and insures continued healthy action
to the tissues of its vessels, on which d open els
the agreeable clearness and rivacity of complex
ion so much sought and acmircd. But howver
Valuable as a remedy for existing defect f the
skin, JI. T. Ilelmbold'a Rose wash has long sus
tained its principle claim to unbounded patron-
age. By possessing qualities which render it a
toilet apppendage of the mH Superlative and
Con gonial character, combining in an elegant
formula those prominent requisites, 'safety and
efficacy the invariable accouipanimctits of iti
i a Preservative and f cfrcs-her of the Con-
Carpet, TSan-Xa?ci-, Paper ft tinea
Eiinds, Etc., &.C
Especial dttntin is ilirected t our stock of
IRON 'AND STEEL
Wl.it h :s the lriret iiri'l niri't t'oiiilorc this side
uf lt.rti;vntl. ,
You oro iuvitou to c:ia uud examine our goods
nnd ii icetu . - ?
Tbe highest market prite ta c&a jaid for
Wool, Bacon nsid Iard !
Oct. 30, I -59 S
A. COWAN & CO.
ptexwn. It is an excellent Lotion f.ir diseases of
m Syphilitic Natdre, and as an injection for ciii
aaea of the Urinary Organs, arising from haMts
of dissipatioo, used in connection with the EX
TRACTS BUOHU. R4USAPARILI.A AND
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, in such diseases ts
recommended, eann6t bs surpassed.
Fall and explicit directions nceorajiany iae
Evidences of tbe mast responsible and reliable
character furnished on application, with hundreds
of thousand of liring'witnesc, and upward ol
30,000 unsolicited certiGestps and recommendato
ry letters, many of which are froth the highest
sources, including eminent Physicians, v CJergyv
mea. Statesman, etc. ; The proprietor haa never
resorted to tbeir publication in the, newspapers t
fa does not do this from the fuci that bis articles
rank at Standard Preparations,' end do ot nsed
to be propped np by certificates, .. J :
Xlesnry T. Helm bold ' Gcsi
Delivered to any address.;
eeura from ohser-.'
Establisbai) upward of twenty year.. Pold
Vruggssu every where. Ad l'e- leticr for its
formaUon io eocfidesee, to IIE-VRY T. ' HELM
BOLD, Druggist and Chsmisf. -
j JtP,,f'- - T. iiELSIBOLD'S Dm;
and Chemical warehouss. No. s 691 Broadway,
T.Wye,rit:S,,toH-T- HELMBOLD'rl rfedic:.l
ipot,.194 Booth Tenth Street, Pliiladalphia, Pa.
:tENEX T. HELMBOLD'S, T.ke
and dealer In ...
Odors, in aMil'lon to a lull supply of
IX THE -;
15 O O li L I IX K ',
. such as i .. - '
ULANK ROOKS, ticsv styles, . ' v
"MUSIC ROOKS, cf all lytxLV
Fresh lot df NOVELS,
, a well as
MORTON'S GOLD PENS,
EiEGAKT GIF" . ANNUALS,
Parian SarIIc Vases',
.- PortlbSioM, -Workboies,
.-' Organs,' ., ( " .
" . . Fitiies, -
i AND-JIANY OTHER
- including the ". -
AH of which arc, as a matter of cours, ,-.
- TO BE HAD OK "
ElKASOABlK - TERMS.
E. W. PIKE.
( ; Albany, December 34, 18?0-1
' es " S
WORK gfJSPCNDED OS THE
SANTIAM DITCH !
ATA MEETING HELD BY TUB BTOCK
J holders anit members of tiio tiauliam JJitun
vuuipany, it was resolved by. the Compajiy that,
betoro iuvestiu all our fortunes in so basardous a
speculaiiou, wo reeommtndto eachind evoiy one
oi tbemv-moers ot the teoeieiy to secure for their
tuinUius a BUCKE1E &Jti V, i. A w i avuia a, ao
tuat- in case of a laiiure in tbo DiUh arrangement
lUeir tamiiies would have some la.ans by which
to t,aiu a livelihood.
Eig-ht Reasons why tbe Backeye) Sew
tag Ulaciuao is superior to au uiacn i
1. It is the simplest shuttle machine made.
2. It bus less wearing part&.
3. It haa no sjaa.l springs and compound
4. It is better adapted to a large range of work
without chau&re. -
5. It has less pieces of machinery.
6. It is less lUble to break needles than any
7. Xhu Shuttle 'will wear lender, taaa the
shuttle in any other machine.
8. That it has the best ieeaisg uevice, wnicu
will never wear out, get out ot order, break nee
dles, feed unevenly, slip on siarehed goods, or
pueker tbo seain, so that one part ot tho labile
will enmo out sliorier than the other, which all
other rceJa are hallo te do. It make, every
stitch of an equal ieu;th. It is stronger than
other feeds. Wo can lujie a strong pieee of cloth
aud put one end iu our mactiiue aud the other
end iu auy otber maehiuu, and guariintee tbatonr
mae'uiue.will take the cloth from tbeotbtr in tou
seepjeuce of tbe superior strength of the 1'ex.d,
It is the un!v teid stron.! enough to feed tbiok
solj-lcuiUer, tewiug ou auoe soles. So soaping.
tbo cb tti or any oilier oia is required.
It has no complicated machinery, and therefore
is not liable to fct't out of order, .it has a beauti
ful movement, UiuUiug nearly two Uibusaud
btilebes per uilnute. v
Tue LtClvlA li SEW1X0 MACiilNE makes
the lock sliteti, tbe sama us the Howe, Wilson,
linger and i 1 reuce alike on both fides. - We
oUer a piemiutu ol O.Nli liliDltEJU DubLAKS
tor any muehiue ou tois coast that will wake a
stronger or more elattu su.i b than tho BUC'iC
LVE. Vor ltiil pariieulars address,
J'.l.Milt di riiAKSOX,
34v3. AUauy, Or.
SATURDAY, MAY .6, 1871.
Subscribers finding an X after their name will
understand that their subscription expires iC:
that number, and they are invited to renew their
subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
six months, $2 ; three months, $1.
31 SIS. S. A. 30S1X, '
MILLINER AMD DHESS-tAKER,
FIRST STREET, ALBANY, OREGON.
Bridal and rtfoaraing Bosssts aacl Hats
Kids to Or dor.
Drcsi-raaLiog Dcr.o in tie Very Z,atest
Also, thoonlv agont for the SINGER SEW
The Ladies are requested to call and examine
the-tSINU KK. which is the only complete machine
in use. Satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded. Albany, April S, 1S71-S1v3
; . f '
For tbe Harvest of 1871 I
PITTS' THRESHERS !
LATEST- DIPSIOYED 310WERS !
And all kinds of .
Agricultural Isjpleni'ts & Machines
Ou hand aud fiir sale. AIs:j,
THE CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON.
I1LAIN, YOCNO & CO.,"
P.vnAGitAus. Tbe pec pi o of Brownsville are
Btiil in hor.es that tbe Woolen Factory will
Monday night's boat brought a full load of
passengers, a large numbcf of whom were from
tho States, iu search of Oregon homes. '
B. W. Cuudiff offered three hundred dollars for
one acre of grouad, less than two miles from
the city, recently, and was refused.
Mr. Jerry Ream, formerly of this city, now of
Eugene City, las been stopping in this city for a
few days. " . '!';.':-
The Debating Society at'Scio has adopted for
discussion at its cext meeting, tbe question,
"tvh,ich is tbo butt end of a goat!" " -
Speaking of wall paper, Mtfssrs. R. Cheadlo A
Co. have 1,000 rolls of splendid wall papers-
just the cheese. . . ., , . , : -
Messrs! Hiltabidcl i, Co., next to tbe bank,
have put up a new awning in front of their gro
cery, w!iii;h adds much to its attractiveness. , j t
Sir. Conner will soon lomrecucc operations oa
his new bviuk'Lunk building. ., '
The P. T. Co.'s bouts ccmo and go with full
loads of passengers nnd freights. Passage to
Portland is now $2 through inlc.s than a day.
B. W. Cundil's brick yard across tbo Wilia-
mette is about to prove a failure the, cioy dou t
make good brick. J. S. McCallistc'r . Las been
W had the pleasure of s meeting with Rev.
Mr.. Todd W Sunday. Wo believe ho baa en
gaged la business at Portland, and w II probably
remove bis family to that point.
( Mr. G. T. Humphrey, writing to a friend lo
thie city from Silver City, ay it is etill snowing
in that country and Tery litUo works being done
in consequence. "v:V'.;: -'-.':'-..';
. It is rumored that a switch or sida track will
be laid from the depot at the 103-mile stake to
Brownsville." How much truth there is in the ro
port we are unable to say. -Such an Institution
would be of the greatest benefit to Brownsville
without a doubt. .''' :
The funeral ceremonies of the late J. P. Iloguo
transpired in thU city, at the U. P. Church, on
Wednesday, at 2 P. M., Rev. E. B. Scary, D. P.,
officiating. - , v i: .";";.'';
Next Wednesday has been selected as the time
for tho May -day picnic excursion of tbs Sunday
School children of this city.. Remember, Wed-"
nesday, the 10th instant. ; . '
There are upwards of ninety scholars ; in, : Haily
attendance at tbs District school, j - , ,' , "..- . i '
The pump man baa dug a well and inserted a
pump into it, ; opposite, his . establishment en
First street, which will prove quite a convenience.
, Miss Emma Frecland lias a very interesting
private school, of come thirty-fiveor forty schol
ars." ''. v . '.- --; , .U
Mr. M. C. Gcorg", Piii ctpal of. the District
school, is succeeding admirably and winning
golden opinions from our citizens. lie is aldy
seconded in his praiseworthy .efforts fc'Mici
v A very slight rain fell in these parts oo Wed
neaday. ...... ,-..;..... .:j ? .',-.,
A dep-.t is to bo bu.lt on land owned by tho
Messrs. Hays, some two or three indos this side
of -the bundrid m lo stake tin the 0. Jfc C. Rail
road. .It U n morea tlat the It. R. Co. have pur-
employed to make the brick with which to erect j ciiasedor secured 120 acres of land, whic h will be
the county jail, and has already commenced workj laid off into lots and blocks for the purpose of buil-
; t., J. mm
THE EYES 1 THE EARS !
4 - -
Dr. T. Is. OLDF,
OCTJTUST ANO ATJRIST,
ALBANY, , : s s OREGON,
R. G0LDEIT TS A SOX OF THE
nnlu) nM Antti1m T,m.a fa n -
kTtsoiaen.--. .-' .....-" ...-,..:, .
Dr. GOLDEN' has hr.i experience in treating
tne various diseases to wbica tbo eye and ear are
subject, and feels confident of eiviujr entire satis
faction to those who may p!ac,e themselves under
tils care. ..,?. -
. Albany, April 10, 1809-Sly ; ' '
April 23, '71-34
The Highest Pries Jaia Fcr
WOOL, & liARD,
at BLAIN, YOUNG Jt CO'3.
I3"o"7cr Store Z
at the old yard.
The overland stages now leave this city about
eight oelock each evening, going south, arriving
back about noow each day. .
The statement made by us Inst week that fare
on the railroad between this city and Portland
had been reduced, was incorrect, we are sorry toi
say. Tbe railroad olCciala hal the matter under
ai'visement, audit was supposed that this week
the fare and freight rates would be slightly modifi
ed, bat we cannot learn that either has been done,
as yet. Iu the way of cheap fares, the P. T. Co's
tteamera Btiil have the lead.
I Tho Dctylvn arrived at tho P. T. Co.'s wharf in.
this city, at an early hour oa Tuesday eveuing.
She Cjauie up fcr a load of wheat.
1 Prank Hill, the jovial Steward of the Dayton.
throwed himself in sight on Wednesday, and
judging from bis general "get up," is in good
cireamstanccs, and as happy as a burd.
The remains of the loto J. P. Hogue, Esq.,
were brought to this city by the seven o'clock train
on Tuesday evening. II: died iu Portland on the
instant. . ,
The grocery store ou the; corner of First and
Broadaibin, presided over by Gus. Lcytou, has
been enlarired, and the extra room filled up with
fresh groceries, it.-. Gus. is on it, and has the
energy necessary to' success..
Sirs. J. C. iiendeuba.il is elowly recovering
from a protracted sickness, to the delight of her
The ground has been in spkn lid condition for
plowing during tbe week, and our farmers have
been improving tho tiix.c. Some cf - them having
as many a five and six teams going all the week.
More graiu will be put in this cason .than ever
llarri.-burtf and Eugeno City, wa I:arn, have
raised the S-IQ, CO!) subsidy, and tlie'railroaJ pros
pect has "a-t up" property in tho latter place to a
bue figure. ' ' ' '
The city jail is almost ready for occupation.
Work on tho City Hall and Engine Houso is
being prodceut-jd. "
5lr. Miller has been'fit'.ing up his residence on
Fourth street, putting up neat fences, etc., and
adding tu the conveniences and looks of the prop
erty a hundred percent.
Messrs. Miner & Pearson have received a few
"" ' r z2
Hamma-jRO Sine the' assuraaoe of ra2ro4
facnities, afforded by the oHi teas saonrfag to Bea.
Holladay tbs rtqu'tred $20,000 subsidy, Harris
burg has began to put on style. ' Real estaUJatbo
town and Vicinity already feel the imps tur gives
to tbe general business of the eoontry by this
"monstrous monopoly tho Oregon A CaUfornia
RaUroad, and prices are correspondingly Stiffen
ing. Improvements of aU kinds are being talked
of and inaugurated to meet tbo domads of the fu
ture. ; Among other important . improTsf tat
which will be consummaied this season, is a Urga
hotel building, to be erects 1 by Mr. Jama Gore,
the doors, sash, etc., for which bare already bee
ordered from this city. Other improvements will
rapidly follow, and it Is predicted thai Harris
burg will bo one of the busiest towns ia U State
and a first rate plaeo to make money. ' . ... :
Belioious. We are requested to state that tbo
Rev. I. D. Driver will preach in the Court House
on to-morrow (Sabbath) at 4 o'clock P. M.
Mr. Driver is coo of, the most eloquast divinos
on the Paeifie eoast.-:! - :.-'"-. :'. ; ' ;.;:''
U. S. Asssssea See United States Assessor's
notice el.jcwbcrc, and if it concern you, make a
note of it. - " . ' '"'''""'."' .' '
J. M. BEACH -
Is now opening a Selected Stock of
Consisting o"- ...
STAPLE AHD FANCY DRY GOODS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Hoof s & SlTtoefs,
-i e., '&.c.
Vi bie'a bo is oiTering to the publics at prices, cor
responding with tbo limes.
All kinds of Merchautablo Produc-a taken iu
exchange f.r (foods. -
Come one, come nil, nnd examine prices
. At the old stand firnerly occupied by D. Beach
4 Son, upposita Foster's Brick, south side i'irs
street, Albany; Oregon. 31 v3
"A Stitch in
Fire ani Marine Tnsnrancs Company!
Nos. 415 nutl 418, California street,
Saa Frartcisco, - - CaUfornia.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVID. (J ALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, in Gold Coin, CTSO.OOO.
Deposit in Oregon, .50,000.
Jjostes Promptly ant? Kquitttbly Adjitsted
, And Paid in Gold l oin.
THIS COMPANY bovinjr complied with the
laws of Oregon, by making a "deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damasre bv Fire, and also
against Marine aud Inland Navigation risks, on
' GUSTA VE T0UCHAKD, Pres.
CHAS. D. HAVEN, Sec'y. - ;
- j. c.l rasNDErjiiA-Li.. .
ding up a.towu at that point.. L
v A depot will bo built on Mr. Shed's farm, some
twelve miles south of this city, " by the 0. & C,
Railroad Co. '
Tbe Albany arrived down - from Eugcno en
Wednesday with ninety tons of freight,, consist
ing of flour, wheat, bacon,, eggs, cte. " Ebe left
this city on Sunday mori ing. The river is vory
low and tho trip is made with difficulty. She
left on Thursday morning, bottnd for Harrisburg
and intermediate point). " .' j-" '
Miss Lydia MUler U lying very low with con
sumption, at tbe residence of Mr? Culver, en
Fourth street. ': ' " ' .',',
Mr. Cam ley's two little boys are very sick, but
i,Dr. Hill speaks hopefully of their recovery.
Mrs. D. P. Porter, of Peoria, makes a splen
did article of butter, superior to any we have
had on our table for a long, long thus.
- Mrs. Ed. Beach started ou Friday ' morning to
join her husband at the -LapwaflndiaD Reserva
tion, Idaho Territory, her future borne. Rev. Win.
Mouteith starts for the samo place in a few
days.' : -.
. A Naiariue preacher, Mr. J. Jamison, deliver
ed a discourse ia the Methodist church on Wed
nesday eveniug. . ... y .
The Willamette abounds in cxc-jlient f.ri, and
our boys have huge sport with book and lino.
They briug ia trout, tuckers, chub, and some
times tb.C catch a wUi:lc-iig when they get
hotne. -',.. - ' ..'
Rev. Mr. Curtis c.nim-iiceJ a scries of uiee.in
at the Baptist church on Thursdny eveuing. He
will hold services this evening and tj-mcrrow. .
Market quotations just now are of very little
importance to our readers, es there is little if any
grr.in left in tbe country for sale," so that no mat-
Affent for Albac?.
' ESTAuXISIIEB IN ISSO.
E. A. tREELANI),
BE AX SB IN EVERY VARIETY OF
Misoellaneous Books, School Books; Blank
Books, Stationery, &e. .Books imported to crdcr
at short notice. ;
Albany, Oregon, December 3, 1870. '.
MEW STYLE PICTURES
BLANK Deeds, Mortgages, etea- band
laraafc stylos, and for sale tow, at this offioe
THE - ' -
Is the most popular stylo of Photograph aow
made. Call and see. A. 3. WINTER,
Jan- H-1 Albany, Oregon.
dozen of those exee Itent Buckeyo Sewing
chinos. Call soon if you wish'oue.' ;
At the meeting Saturday night, ttia City Coun
cil ordered tlie griding and graveling of Ferry,
Ellsworth and Lyon streots. - ;
Messrs. Drigjs & Carter have received a large
order fiom Harrisbnrg for doors, w indow sash,
etc., for the large new hotel to be erected there.
Work on the switch up tbe river front has been
commenced. Mechanics are . engaged putting
np the trestle-work over the ravine below A.
Parker A Co.'s saw tuill a little job ef over two
hundred feet, - ;
One dollar and twenty ccats is the highest
price cfiered per bushel for whoat in this market.
Wheat haifreacbcd $2 CQ per 100 lbs. in San
Franchrco-cn Tuesday, and it : was predicted it
would go up to $3 bufore tii j close of this week.
Mrs. Reel has received new millinery at her
store on Broadaibiu and fc'eeoud streets. Sho is
determined lo have tho very latest.. , ' - ; : ;
Railroad work is progressing elowly : south of
the Calipooia, tho Company having rcn out of
rails. A vessel is now Etvetal days over due,
loaded with rails, cte. . When this vessel arrive
at Portland, the two miles yet to complete to the
100-uiilo stake will bo fiaished ia a jiS'y. : -
Tho roads in every clircition'are rapidly drying
up and will soon bo in spleudid : condition for
buggy riding. Mr. Ccwaa informs us that there
are but cue or two bad places (uiuu- hoies) on tbe
road between this city and Corvalli. ' t- -
The weather will soon put tbo roads . ia good
condition, and fast teams ill be i n order. Messrs.
Montgomery & Bartges have tbe finest, turnouts
in the city. Those new stylo- buggies are just
as easy, and so stylish. G'lang.
A splendid article of butter can now be ob
tained fur twenty-five cents a pound.
It is said that the waters of the South Fork of
the McKenzie can be brought to this city through
a flume or ditch at a comparatively small , eofct.
li ttiis is true, Dare is anotner chance for some
man or a company of men to make a big thing.
All the water that cod bo brought into this .city
can be sold at remunerative rates.
Last Saturday night Mr. Walker gave our
citiicns a chance to improve their mu&clo at
Parrish Hall, by .skating. There was a large
crowd of Udba and gentlemen in attendance.
We understand the skating rink will bo again
opened by him this afternoon.
A little niece of Mr. Jjkc Spiccger fell dewn
ftairi, one day last cek, and broke her collar
bone ' "..
Lumber i being shipped from Ccrvallis to this
point, in large quantities.
Messrs. Eluin, Toung A Co. have received two
of those celebrated Bain Wagons during tbe week,
and have more on the way. .
. Through tbo kindness of Mr. Frank Woods we
r in possMioH of several fino railroad maps
very bandy for reference.
Mr. J. M. Beach, ou First street, bas a most
ehoies and elegant stock of goods, to which your
attention if invited. '- ,
: A delicate looking little lady bas beoa canvas
sing our city for subscribers to a little work enti
tled the "Life of Geo. Peabody." Sho reported
fair success. - . .
Miss Julia Elkins bas thirty-six scholars enrol
led at her private school with a prospect of
ter what wheat may ba worth, onr farmers geccr- i towns between Palem and Eugene City,
allv cannot take advantaco of tho nrice. Tho i u Indians, with or without payees, tothe
. .... . I tiens. 31r. Meacham, in takinscarlj
wuea. quowtions irom can a ranc.seo juaces i ... mU.d,RI ,1 t!j!tllk. ,
it at S3 Yer lOf three "cents per pound. Cur
buyers are ofiVring but $1 20 per Ijuj'-jel. Euttcr
and eggs are plentiful, .the fortn. r selling at froa
20 Jo 23c, and the latter at IO'j. Receipts of
"garden trnck" so far have been very thin, there
fore tbo market is active at good figures.
., Carreney 90091c. Gold ia New Ycrk 110. t
The Mattock. A neat little three-column pa
per, entitled Te Mattock, and published at
Brownsville, Linn county, Oregon, has reached
us. The publisher says :
The Mattock is published every -"now and
then," by the publishers, aud i designed to re
flect light upon economical questions u fleeting tho
interescs of its readers. As no paper is ever sent
from tbi.4 office until paid for, parties receiving it
need have no fear that they will be presented with
bill for something they hare t.ot ordered. Attverr
1 Scabcitt or Hides. Tanning operation at
Eronnsviila ara somewhat restricted, says . the
Jfattaci; by tbe scarcity of bides. r , f -
We ara again indebted to Senator Corbell for
favors. ' --'' ' - -: "'' ".
It is rumored that opposition stoamcrs sr to
commence running between Saa Francisco and
PorJand next MSoday. '" ; ,
Tus Latsst. Mr. L imelUr I'rtartd on Spirit
ualism, at the Court House, on Thursday night,
A dis-cufsion was announced to eosae off, at the -sanv
fdaee, last night aa this evening, between
Mr. Lo'molier and Dr. LUtor. - " -
Mr. Rudolpho, the- celebrated billiarditt, gave
an exhibition of bis skill in tbe use of tbo "cue
nd balls," ot the saloon of Mr. J. C.ouse, oa
Thursday evening. The attendance was largo,
and the entertainment eortainly unequal tod is its
lino. Mr. Cronse deserves great credit lor the
liberality which tons afforded our people a chance
to tea tho first billiard plsycr in tho Vaited
States.,'-: -'" v '-- ' ""
The friends of Frank and Lizzie Redficld will
be delighted to learn of their success It's a boy,
and "loois just like its pa and ma.1 '' '
Quite a number of strangers were ia tows -
Friday, from Portland. Oregon City and Salom,.
among whom we notice Messrs Acker, Knott,
Kojcis, and ethers of Portland, and Mr. Jacobs,
of Ot egoa City. . City -full of people, end oatiseM
active. ,- ., i-j. ,- , '; , ;:
Eli Mason, charged wip thu kitting of Silas S,
White, at Philomath recently, was found auilty ,
of manslaughter, and sentenced to oaeyear in tbe
peniteutiary, end to pay a fine of fire dollars and
costs. .... - . , '
Mr. James Elkins, 'agent of the O. & C. Rail
road Co. at this point, informed us on Thursday
evening that fare over the roadbetwea thie eity
and Portland, bas been reduced to $4 ; to Oregon
City, C3 50. This is at the rate of Ore cents per
mile.''--" '"' ''-'. ": ". '" ". j
A letter receivol a day or two sinco in this city
from Agent J, B.Montcith, at the Lapwai Reser
vation, states that the former agent (Sells?) -had
left matters in rather a mixed rtate ; tbe employ
ees had not received pay f jr several months, and
the money appropriated fur that purpose had
becu used up. It would take some weeks of closo
iijiplieatiou to get matters into working condition.
Mr. Mvnteith's health, wo are glad te bear, ha .
been groatly improve!, and be is much plcased
with the place.. A majority of the old employees
will be retained, at least for the present. . ,
To that lnrge-beartcd cad genial gentleman.
Cbas. Knjrgersr Esq., wo are indebted for tti
present of a cio sugar-curod bam. For straight
out liberaliti comWnd us to Charley., .
In a few days wa will receive another new ptr,
wbii h, together with new lines of job type, cards,
bill-bead and other papers, will enable us to bo
more prompt than ever in the esecutioa of ail
kinds of printing. '' ' - ' .
By order of Superintendent Moacham, ?Tr. '
Brown (one armed Brown) has ' visited all the.
and sent i
tho entire valley. IU is certainly the right man
in tho ri-bt plaee. . . ..
- Magic Miss Cora, tho only female msgieian
in tlie world, V. bo bas been astonishing tbe people
of PortlunJnnd Oregon City with her wondertul
performances, haa secured Parrish Hall, and win
give five entertainments next week,- eommcneir g
on Tuesday evening. Of o urse tho hall will be
crowded nightly, and those who wish front scats
should go early. . - i. ,
1671. Spring- Campaign. '. 1871
" A full assortment of all kinds of good 4 usually
kept in country stares, and suitable to tho season,
tisements csloulatod to be of benefit to its readers, i may be found nt Wheeler's Store in 1'rownsville.
HOGUE In tbe city of Portland, May
1671, James P. Hogua, of Linn county, Oregon,
aged 04 years. '
I-.linois and Missouri papers please copy J
inserted at reasonable rates. For particulars ad
dress, 7'A Jatlvck, Brownsville, Oregon.
, In an article under the heading, "Oarlawn,"
is the following : -..-. i"
People in and around Brovrnsvilie have cot so ,
in the-habit of looking forward to tbe time "when
the factory s tails," lor the good time that every
community not less than every person expects to
veeur sometime, that many seem to forget or to
overlook entirely the other Sources of prosperity
surrounding us. ' When we come to take a cero-.
ful suivcy ot the whole ground, we think wo can ;
roe ample ground for tbe belief that Brownsv lle
lias a future before it that we,nfay look foiward j
with pride and hope. . leaving out of the account
entireiy fur tbe present the inannlocturq of wool-
ens, which no doubt will bo resumed fume ti-xe.
let us tee what else WO can depend upon fcr lu
ture prosperity. First our town is situated In
the midst of one of .tho oldest settled and wealth
iest farming and stock-raising neighborhoods in
Oregon ; tbo necessities of this farming communi
ty caused the establishment of the' town in the
firi-t-place, and the people composing ft are aud
will remain customers of ours as lung as we do as
well by them as they can do elsewhere. Second
ly r" -Wo have cue of the safest, steadiest, most
accessible and most easily maintained water pow
ers in the State, now occupied by one Of the best
flouring mills and one of tho best sash and door
factories to be found anywhere. Our proximity
to thu timber, and our natural advantages as a
place of exchange, for tbe timber, lumber and
the produce of the valley. West of us, now so rap
idly settling up with au energetic, active farming
population, is capaple of being oijde a source of
gren and continually increasing profit. There
are many other sources of prosperity that au ac
tive energetic population can seize and make use
of j which we have not space here even to enuino-j
rate. . But w trust that sufficient baa been said
to awake our citizeus to tbo importance of taking
bold in earnest and making the best usa possible
of the advantages that we have. , ,
Ciums. For neat, strong, durable aud cheap
chairs, Mr. John Metiler has no superior on this
coast. -His rawhide bottom chairs are not only
strong and durable, but they ere as neatly jointed
and put together as any cane bottoms, and are
painted and vsrnishod equaHo chairs for which
four times tbe amount asked for tho rawhi'lo bot
toms is demanded, Mr. Metzler has now on band
a few dozen chairs for children, with and without
rockers, which cost less money, are stronger, -will
destroy less clothing, and aro better adapted to
the purpose for which they are made, than any in
the market. Tbey are just as neat us they can be,
aad the litijs ones prefer them toothers, A large
Dumber of these chairs, all nixes, are now being
manufactured, and those wishing a superior ar
ticle at a low figure should call at Mr.. Mctsler's
shop on First, west of Washington street. '
A Chabce to win a Fortonk. This legal en
terprise in aid of a public library at Omaha, comes
weU'rceommcndcd, and we hare bo doubt it ia"
gotten up in good faith and will bo carried out to
the letter. In short that it is no bogus affair.
See advertisement on first page. : '
.. Having increased facilities and keeping a wide
range of articles, which he is determined to Sell
even lower than before, the proprietor, (rusts that
he will receive a ttill greater sharojof tbe patron
age of tbe people of Brownsville and vicinity.
-is kinds boogbt.' Cash paid for
wool sacks and twine furnished.- " Agency" for
sale of Agricultural Machinery end Sewing Ma
chines. v ' '...ii ;,v"''.'t
y. ". -' traxiAssi pAvnscw.:;-;'U -
HE A L ES T A T E P E ALE flf
- Office, Ko. C I Front Street.: & j. .
PORTLAND - - . ' - vi - I. i OREGON
- HtKTiKO Pasty. A party of gentlemen started
fur the Cpper Soda, oa Tuesday, who propose to
"go for'' the deer ia that vicinity. The -party
consists of Messrs. : Hank Meadeahall, Orin
i Rabarti and Pat. TsrrelL "
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and EAST
rORTL AND, In tbe moft desirable localities, con
sisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,
HOUSES and STORES also, ' . f , '
L" IMPROVED FARMS, -and Valuable un-
enltivated LANDS, located ia ALL parts of tbe
STATE for SALE, - m- ' .,-,i,h-t
REAL ESTATE and other Property1 'pur
chased for Correspondents, in this CITY and
throughout the STATE end TERRITORIES,
with preat care and on tbe most ADVANTA-
GEOL'S TERMS.-' ':;-; ; ;.'V '.
- HOUSES and STORES leastd. lOAKS
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OV ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. Aad.
a General FINANCIAL aad AuENNOY OUSI
NiSS transacted. ' ., . ,y. 1 ,-' i', '
A 0 ENTS or this OFFICE In all the CIT
IES and TOWSS in the STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY end forward
the same to the above address. Sr23
' 4.acr .-
1840 W IB 70
Travelers are always liable to sadden stlaols of
Dysentery and Cholera Morbus, and these occur
ring wboa absent from home, are very unpleasant. ..
Tho fain KilUr may always bo relied upon ia
such eases. As soon as you feel the symptoms,
take one teaspoonfull in a gill of rtesr milk and.
molasses and a gill of bot water, stir well toseth- ,
or and drink hot. Repeat the does every "'
until relieved. If the pains bo severe, baths the
bowels and back with tbe mcdieine, clear. ' . '
In cases of Asthma and PbthWo. take a oa- 4
spoonful in .a gill of hot water sweetened welIwHa ,
molaseesj al e bathe the throat and stnmsoe atp
fully with the tanlieloe. clear. ' , ' y.
lr. Sweet savs it takes Out tbe soreness In esss .
of bonesettiQg faster than anything he ever sp--
Fishermen ara to often exposed to lus ov n-v
ins their skin niorccd with h'k."l,n 'iT,:'
a. . . is i i. 1- set it h til
. oo roiieyoa oy Daio...s -"j fliU tk-
M w H IDS ICfhllin n..-i . .
anguish is so, a aha-l t baths ofUn s one.
io five minute s. '-sav three or four tiroes, sntt yo
will seliom have any irouble.
Tbe bites and eeratches of dossa-d , r
eared by bathing with he Pain KilleeVw