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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1871)
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ALBANY, OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 8, 1871.
prsLISBED EVERT SttORDAT BT , , ,
rncs ox corses or ferrt asd pjbst-sts.
Single Copies.. ..... .........
ADVANCE. " :
.... .....,Thre Dollar
...... ....Two Dollar
ADVERTISING KATES. ,
Transient advertisements per Square of ten
lines or less, first insertion, $2 ; each subsequent
Insertion, $1. - ; .
Larger a.lvertiseiaeots inserted en the most
iLer&l term!. ; ...
tt'in received new type, stock of colored
inks cards, a Gordnn Jolhr, etc, we are pre
pd to execute ail kind or printini in a bettw
manner and fift v per eenU ekeapcr tnan ever be
fore offered in ibis city. r - ,
Agent for the' Keg iate.
The following gentlemen are autU .riicl to re
ceive and receipt for subscription, advertising,
etc, for th i Recistkh :
IH RAM SMITH, Ksv TTarrfeWj.
.Tul"e ff. CT.AtHHlTON' Lebanon.
PETER HUME, E Brownsville
W. R. KIRK. Esu .
K. E. WrtEELKlt. Kti Scio.
T. H. REYVOLBS, Ksq Salem.
O. y TOMPKINS, Ei Ilarrisbnrp.
L. P. FISHER. Eq .-,.- 'Frisco.
,-.At . ..... ; JOHN CONNER,
B JL iff K I H G ;
EPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at sight.
Interest allowed n time deposits in coin.
Exchange on Portland, San , Francisco
New York for sale at lowest rules.
. Collections made and promptly rftnitte.1. f
Refers to II. W. Corbett, Henry Fniling, W. 5.
Ladd. ' . i .
jfT Banking hour from 8 A.- v. to 4 P.' jr. ftj
Albany, February 1, 1871. 22vS
C. ME ALE Y
DEALER T2T 1 itASXt KCtVKtfL OF
PTJH KTIT XT !
and - - , :'
CABINET WARE !
IB e deling-, Etc-,
Corner First ani Broad Albin streets,
ALBANY', O REG OH.
J. QUIXX TBORSTOX,
TTOItXEV AND COUXiSELOR AT LAW
Offk-e -Vo. Ill Fir.-t tr-et. I.itwiea M..r-
rWun aud Al 1-r, oppusi.e tie Occidental HuUl,
Will praitire in the ?uper:or and Inf. ri r
Courts of the St.it-, and in the Di"trU-t and Cir
rair nrt .,f ilie Uitcd States, aivini fpial ut-
tin tlin r-llj.ctinn of .Icl.ta in all waits .f
Oreroo. s'.id t ootai'iin I di h.rej in I;ii k-
rin(,-t rhi -h. s'ni-o the la-ft nme::dimnt to the
law, mar bo obtaine 1 ir in all d-hta trmitr.' ted
pri r t Jao mry l-f. lBJ. wifh mt rr:r.ir.l to mi
per re name whi.-h the aetis tu:ty finally pjy. .
Xovt-mUir SB. lSrU-l-'vSy
JCDCE KEUT. joskpii nisss.
- KELSAY & IIAXNONV
' Attorneys an J CouHfflWs at Law
I ' (Partners for Linn county.)
OFFICE In Pot Ofn e liuMn;, (up sta:r.
Albany, Linn county. O.e oh. , ' t-3
JUST RECEIVED, A LiUiE AND WELL
selected itot-k of Ffuw h t: !. iiid:iii
of Caasiui.ra!', Ucavera and I .ckii s. and all
Banner of Fancy O .o.!s !' tUe beat quality. 1
'r-Vy 5tiiti maud to .f ler.
4f , L. STRUCKMEIER
3T- rA.nTicci.An attest ios paid to
ORDERS OF AX.X. KINDS
LOOK I1ERE :
SA1 FKAHCISCO STORE!
i COBBER FIRST a! PIBBT STItCeTS,
ALBA Si V. OR EGON.
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
STOVES, PUMPS & TINWARE I
1 ' ' I will bare for sale the celebrated
cook store, and other leading style. ;
Also, manufacture all kinds of 1
,.s Tl Copper; aud Ueetlroii rre,
in the best style, at lowent rates.
FOR CASH or COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Always onliand a full supply of
- The 4Prest '-Wines sad Xaqnors,
fwr Medioutal pnrpoaM snly. -M
. A weft selected stock, of
Groceries and Crockery !
will always be found at my establishment.
I will suit all poods in my house, for Cash or
Produce on delivery, cheaper than ever before
offered in this market.
All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire satisi'actiun warranted, at my
Stove and Tin Store.
Xor. 19 It
CITY DRUG STORE.
in hia line
CEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
33 XJ Os- O I ;T -
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield.)
Parrlsli's New IJulltliitg-, l''Irst Street.
ALBANY, OR EC OX.
KEALER IX ;
'Drugs and Medicines.
PAINTS. GILS, GLASS, ETC.
ipi F.XTLEMEX'S JJOO IS MADE TO ORDER
JC on short nutico, and n ith ueatiiess aud dis
' pacb. ?
jtS-Al Kinds of Repairing-Done.
Albany. June 11. 1S70 40 - "
1. a. RICE, iTI.
pmSlCIAN AND SURGEON,
Albany, - - - - - Oregon,
FFICE OX THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAIX
Mfc? -Street. -r . , , .5 . "
PSAar, A.ril "70--.'!2
hand and recciviug.
j lare stock of
Groceries aad Provisions, -
Wood and Willow AVare, Tobacco, Cisars, Cort
feetionery, Yankee Notions, 4c. Ac. Wholesale
and Retail, opposite R. C. .Hill A Son' drug
store, Albany, Oregon. jn4070
W. t. 1LTAB1DEL. . D. ASDBEWS
HUtabidel & Co
T-kEALERS IS GROCERIES AXD PRO
visions. Wood and Willow Ware, Confec
tionery, Tobacco, Cigars. Pipes. Notions, etc.
F rst street, adjoining the B r.k, Albany,
Orejton.- . - .-"- 'Vl
. MITCH Bl.t. ' .1 t. St. BOtPB. . : A.
Dlitchell, Dolph & Smith,
t TTORXETS AD COVXSELLORS at LAW,
Solicitors in Chancery and Proctors in Ad-
iralty. OSso over the old Pout Office, Front
street. Portland, Oregon,"? I t
i ' I'
JAMES A. WARNER, ?
Civil Engineer & Surveyor.
TS PREPARED TO I0 SCRVEY1XH AND
I Engineering. U?s imnroved Solar CiimDas.
Order by m.tik pr uandy "fcttmdtd" to. f &esi leuce
on 4th St., opposite Dr. Tate'a residence, Albany
Oregon. ., , t 4 .... j, r .. A- , nI9 6m
Powrll. X,. ruxjr.
Po we 11 & Fl i nil,
4 TT3RXETO A C0UXSELL0R3 AT LAW
Jk. :nd Sitlietl rs in Chaawry, tj i '
. (XV. FUan, Notary Public,)
Albany, Oreg m. Col'.ecajus and conveyances
pr u.ply attended to. I
ATT articles warranted pure and of - the best
quality. - '
i livsirtai'8 Prescriptions varcfully compounded
Alhanv. Oct. 17. 18.MSsf -
S.IS1I, BLIXD AA'D LOOK
A. CAKOTHEnS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
(Foster's Block, First stfeet),
ALBANY, : : t i , OREGON, '
i tiAtiti ur
Drugs, Chemicals,' Medicines,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
French and AmexieranCalorfnes,
HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, ,
Pure Wines & JLiquorsii,
for medicinal purposes.
. Fine Tobacco and Cigars. ,
g3 Physician's Proscriptions and - Family
Recipes compounded wits care. ,
December 31, 1370 17
MRS. VANVACTOR, ,;
1EALER IX MILLINERY AND FANCY
Goods, Lebanon, Oreeon, ha inst received
an elegant invoice of stock and good to which
i sbe invites the attention of the ladies of Lebanon
I and vicinity. - - .
Produee will be taken in exchantre for
goods. E. VAN VACTOR.
May 13, 1871-3C3 v ,
CLOCKS, JEWS7.RT, ETC.
&2f Renairinc of Clocks. Watches. Jewtlrv.
Ac, attended to. All work warranted. : 31 v3
A 11AIIGA1IV OFFERED !
A Slendid Drug liusliiess tor. Sale.
s. h. AtiBorsE. x. wmcnT. 1. r. backessto.
tvos stbeet, oh the raven bask).
EEP OX HAXD A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and r.re prepared to
lTin'iais-li to Order,
Crown, Panel, :iinl. and Section Mold
of nil sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES!
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
ST IT Z EL & UPTON
Real Estato Scalers, Albany, Ogn.
CITY OF ALBANY :
Lot 3, block 0 Good bouse.
L.tg3anl4. " 2 unimproved.
L 'U 1, 2. 7. S, ' 19 Good house and stable.
L"t 4 and fl, " 2 Good bouse. ,
Lot 5 and fi. 130- '
l.i ti 1, 2 and 3, 6 house and two stables.
3 Lots " an
Picntv of excellent fruit a desirable homestead
WISHING TO RETIRE: FROM ACTIVE
busine , owinc to urotraeted iU-health.
I the' undersigned-offer" his large and ttbuTiaBlnjf .
: DRUG ESTABLISHMENT
I in this city for sale at a low fignre for CASH.
Apply soon, 11 you want a bargain, to
GEO. F. SETTLEMEIR,
Daily Oregonian copy one month and cnd
I bill to this office.-4g , : , 27 .
GREATER INDUCEMENTS !
Now offered to the trade tbn ever before, as we
Cash or Tirade Z
In hand, and having dispense i with long credits
IS per cent cheaper
Than any house giving 12 month's time, or afty
kind ol a crcittt eyt m, can ocr to the trade.
Come along with yonr C?-h or Produce, and pee
what you can do at tha OA:-II STOKE of
R. CUEADLE & CO.
B Y AUTHORITY OF A SPECIAL ACT OF
the Legislature of Kentucky, of March 13th
lo71. the Trustees of th Public Library of Ken
tucky will give , .. ,W: n ;,. j..:. .., :
Grand Gift $1,000,000 Concert I
: AT LOUISVILLE, KY- r
On Ttuttdajn October 3l, 1871,
Under the direction of the best Musical Talent
that can be procured.
Tickets of Admission, 10 each, Carrency.
- Each Ticket will bar attached to it four cou
pons of tho denominatinn of $2 60 each. The
holder of all entire ticket will be entitled to ad
mission to the Concert, and to the whole amount
of the gift awarded to it by lot. The bolder of
each eonpon will be entitled to admission to the
concert and to ono-fourth of the amount of such
gift as may be awarded to it.
To provide funda for this Grand. Concert, and
for the benefit of the Public Library of Kentucky,
, 1H0.000 Tickets will be sold at $10 each, cur
rency. . ij. ........ ...
i Tlie Citizens Bank of Kentucky , ;
ia Trcasnrer and Dencsitnrv.
i Immediately attcFbe'CunTCtrt the s'uni of 1 ;
; $5SO,000 la Currency' " " '
Will be distributed by . lots to. th holders of
Tickets in the following
Th Bed Issue.
N. B. Cash paid for all tho EGGS offered.
A Great Bargain.
and all other kinds of'
I.I VERY, FEED fc SALE
- PROPBIETORS.y I
E ARE PREPARED TO
the public with neat turnouts in
Stylish Buggies & Carriages
37 aet St
On the most reasonable terms. Onr livery is all
new and of the latest stylos, and we .hall take
pride in giving our patrons as neat and reliabloan
outfit as can be obtained in tbe State.
Horses boarded at reasonable rates, by the week
or month. ;
Hacks and Carriages furnished for parties, Ac.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
MONTGOMERY A BARTGES.
Albany, December 17. 1870-15 '
' Al-SO ' !"
re pret nrcd to do MILL WORK j furnish Sha
)cr Pans, Zigzag Phak. rs. Suction Fans. Drivina
Pulleys, of any kind, at our Factory on Lyon
trei;t". (on the river bank), next below Markbam'.
warehuuse. 1 i
ALTIIOUSE Si CO.
Albany, February 0, 1S69- 4 '
THE OZ.D t
j on ;v nnioiis,
THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Bost n is the only
company on this coast, gnrcrned by tbe
: Massachusetts Non-Forleitnro Law.
This company was inc-orpora.ted A. D. 1S35.
and has a' cumulated asnrts of over $900,000 00,
The following lapsed mli.i.-s Lpve been paid on
this coast nnder Ihij law :
Over due at time '
GEO. W. GRAY, D. D- S.
IVOFLD SOLICIT THE PAT
Tf Tf r-mstt of all pert ns .Icitir
tn? ARTIFICIAL TEETH and
FIRST CLASS DBNT.Vpr-
tlona. Nitr ns Oxi le adminUturcd for tbe pain.
e extraction of te.'th. when desired. Charges
Office in Parri.h, A Co. bride block. Rcti
"eoc. firxt hour; g rtitb of Cnf rogational Church.
fronting on Court II ttt M cv.
Aloany. Orcgoas Jnly 3. l7-43
f Orifs BUSHELS OF 0T3. for
JlLlallLf LI which tbe highest uiaiket price
will be paid, in CASH, at the store f
- . N. 8. DU B0I?E.
Also, Butter and Eggs, in unlimited qoantity.
for wbfh the highest market price will be paid in
cash. Call and see me.
Albany, Ausr. 20. -
No. of poTicv.
of ttoath, .
J Had tbe above policies been in spy other com
pany, they would have been forfeited.
Tbe above fails speak for themselves, and to
ihi wise aud prudent tucther comment Is unnec
essary. ? i - X' v! V i .'v j.-.J-'-.-i -
f EVEUSON ii MIDDLE MISS, -GENERAL
AGENTS,': SAN FRANCISCO.
Local Ag-ent, t I Albany, Oreg-oa. :
Fabrhary 25.1i7I-25y . J
320. 00 A DAY I
TO MALE AKD FEMALE AGENTS
T Intr dnw the eetebrated
BUCKEYE SnCTTLE REYFIXG
STTTCH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES, and is
the on It licomcd hottla sawing mvbin in
th United State, sold for lass than $40. to use
! elbrate4 Wilaon food, and are acknowledged
by aU U b th hast family machine for light or
.. mw.. iu wi, roaraec UBtnt STB.
dre. MINER A PEARSON. Ga. Arts..
. I A)T PREPARED TO t0 .
A LT. KINIS OK TDK S I NO I
, I k p n hand and make to r Icr
Shop near the ' Ma'-nolia Mills.
Albanr. Nov. B. . I8B.H I .
- NEW ST TLB PICTCBSS.
, THE - r 'Ci :
Is th most popular stylo of PboUgrapV ftT;
nad. Call and so. A.J. WINTER.
Jan. 14-18 . Albany. Oregon
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX.
of the best pattoro-
' Tin, Slteet Iron ami
Copper -w,x"e 2
and the u.ual t3.ortracnt of Furnishing Goods tn
be obtained in a
EST Repair neatly and promptly exf-Httd,
, . on reasonable IcriM. "7v . ! , t ,
"Short reckonings, make long friends." !
Front Street Albany. .
Next door to ManScld A Co.
- decifiS-I f ...
Lots fl and 7,
Lit 8. i
Lots 2 and 3,
L .t 4.
Lots 3 and 4.
Lots .1 and 4,
' and stable.
" f0 unimproved cheap..
" 5 ' ' desirable lots.
118 box hoiife.
7h acres good timliered land, one mile from
Albany, in Benton county.
Ten Homestead Lots, li acres each, j mile north
of Albany Ferry, at $120 each.
For particulars apply to r
J. C. MENOTENI1 ALL.
Heal Estate Agent,
Office in Parrish Brick, Albany, Oregon. 10
THE FARM KNOWN AS "FARM0UNT
Lake" is ofiored f.rsale nt $10,00 iu coin
$4,000 in hand, and the remainder in fix equal
aunual payments, with interest from date. The
trai t is iu good shnpe. being nearly a square, con
ta'niug abot:t 600 acres of rich soil ; and is diver
sified with forgets vast, fair lawns, lordly ouks,
and willows sitting by the lake, the woodland and
prairie s i ul ernt;iig as to make it one of the
most ultra. t;ve plans in the tute. It is pituated
on the west side of the Willamette river, within
half a mile of Albany, ' Lieh is known as being
in tbe heart of tho best agricultural portion of
Oregon. Tbe location is healthful. It has a go..l
stone quarry, abouijloo acres under fence, attro
story frame barn with el. editing !( feet square j a
large aud handsome new bouse two-stories bigb,
thoroughly painteu insiueana out. tne large cup
boards and book- Bscs being fixtures, and the
bouse having nndur its whole length a good dry
cellar. In addition to the-e there is a neat well-
honse, a wood-h use and all other necessary oat
honses.. There is a meadow, larao pa.-ture. or
thards, garden, Ac. Ac. It is susceptible of be
ing divided into four farms, all of them having
good soil, fuel and rail timber, and three of tbem
navrng storac-water."- --- .-.
For particular address J. C. Mendenhall, Esq..
Albany, or the undersign at Portland.
J, yt.l.NA JIIUK.MU..
Feb. 14tb, 1S71 2tv3. Attorney at Law.
ONE GRAND GIFT OF ...;
One Gift of .'
One Gift of....i.
One Gift ol.... ....
One Gift of '........
One Gift of ...... ......
One Gift of.. .,..v.,
One Gill of.,.'.,.
One Gift of....-.., .....,..
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One Gilt of .................
One Grand Uiit of
Ten Gift- ot $1,000 eaih.... .
Fifteen Gifts ot $900 each..,
Kighieen Gifts of SS00 each
Twenty Gifts of $700 fcai h..:.
Twenty-five Git ot $C0'I each......
Thirty (iittsnl $5nu cacti-..
Forty Gifts of S4' 0 each
Forty-five Gifts f $."00 each
Fiftv Gilts of $200 each
440 Giiis of $100 each
. , H Oao
........ 2.0' 0
. io ooo
25xro 2 2?lixo! 3?"ixo 2
"A Stitch in Time Saves Mine!"
0 . 1
Fire and Marine Insurance Company !
: Nos. 416 and 418, California street, "'
Saa Francisco, - - ! .' Califbrnia.
STOCKHOLDERS IXDIVTDCALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital. In Cold Coin, S750.0O0.
v ..... Wepoalt In Oreg-on, SO,OOOl ,
Promptly onel Eqm'hiLTy Afijuxta
And Paul in Gold Voin. . i
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 hr Pir. and also
against Marin and Inland Navigation risks, on
liberal terms. : . ;
OUST AVE TOUCHARD, Pres. '
CHAS. D. HAVEN. 6ec'y. - . - -
. ' t.. o. mcNsxotaALaW 1 1 r
Agent far Albany.
Alhsny. 1871-18 '
AL 15 A I Yr COOK STOItE.
ESTABLISH BO IN 1850.
Xfc A X K B IN ? EVERY VARIETY OF
I Mtllanous Books, School Books. Blink
Books, Stationary, Ao, Books imported to erder
at snort notioa. .
Albany, Oregon, December S, 1870.
' AV. II. KUIliV Sc CO.,
Having just received a Large and well selected
Stock Of ;
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
co.vsisnso . .or ,4.
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
, Sledges, ! Sledges,
Saws, Saws, Saw. ' ) ;
Planes, Planes, Planes,
Corss-Cnt and ITI ill Saws
- Together with a large assortment of -
ITtOTS IVI STEEL
Nails, Nails, Nails', - - l
Springs, Sprinars, Sprinps,
Axles, Thtmble-Skelna, Bolts, &c, &.c.
- : i Also, a well Selected : Stock bf
SPOKES. HUBS, BENT KIMS,
SHAFTS, POLES, HICKORY AXLES, ETC.,
All of which we arc now offering to the public
at low rates. As we make tha business a spec
ialty, we can and will keep a better assortment at
lower prices than any bona in this city.
Itcceivi g and opening a large and splendid
assortment of ' -
WOOD AND WILLOW WARS.
Which we offer at reduced rates.
W. H. KUHX A CO.
, In the Monteith Fire-proof Briea, First-sa): :
March 12.-70-27 , x .
: -A- o x r i o
. flHE AND MARINES
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Total Assets...... (Gold) ..... 1,"7T7 S6G.63
' J. HUNT, President.
Wit. A LVORD. Vice President.
A. J. BAL8TON, Secretary. .
A. BAIRD, Marine Secretary. ' ""
JS The leading Fire aud Marine Insurance
Company on this coast.
jf-fjO.OUO deposited iu Oregon.
lESf Losses Promptly and Equitably adjusted
and paid in Gold Coin. '
LADD & TILTON, Gen. Agents
For Oregon and WasJu'ngton Territory.
JOBIV tOXLK, Agent,
II. C. CLEMENT,
I -A. X 1ST !? B B.
k LL KINDS OP FAINTING. GRAINING
and TOrxr-baBfiaz. Walls colored and
wLitcncd. Orders prisnptly attended to.
rbop over Adams' Wagon Factory. 8lv3
Six miles South of Albany, Liun Co..
Near tlio !Rilx'ocl.
T SOLICIT THE ATTENTION OF ALL
nersuns dcslrins to Durebase Fruit Trees to
cil and examine my stock, which is composed of
tha largest and best selection, in th fctatc. 'OU
sibt:ng of Apples, P. ars. Cherries, Plums, Prunes,
uraves. liUck iierrios, Currants aud Hoses,
at... .... .
Rlack and White AValnut.' Ensrlish Wal
uut, Hickory, Pecan, Redbud," "
' f Honey Locust, llackberry,
and a nomlter of other varieties of trees and plants
too numerous to mention, all of which are oitnrea
at low rs. HENRY W. BETTLEMIBIS.
December 17. 1R70-15 . . , , , .
city ; :M k: is re 9
, FIRST STREET, ALBAWT, OBEQOIf,
t. x BAsms. '. . muam.
J. e. iiAtxms & ctx,
TbROPBIETOBW. We shall endeavor to
J7 always keep on band a full supply of aU
K in d of SI eat s !
all of which will bo of th very bst qaality.
Th highest market price paid for , Bogs
and Sheep. s-. .: i . , ,r
: Third door srst f Frry. on south sid of First
streets.- J. L." HARRIS CO.
Albany. Do. 15. 1870-15 ,
HJOTIOlls 2 ;
IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT I HAVE
opened a i - '
Eivery and : Feed k Stable I
in tbe town of LEBANON, whera I will be con
stantly on hand to attend to tbe wants of the
people. - '' .:-,:-.;.-:
I will ran a back from Albsny to Lebanon and
Soda Springs, on Saturday of each week.
All business cutrueted to ny care will be
promptly attended to,
Lebanon, Sept. 10, 1870 Iv3m3 j
Potatoes ! Potatoes !
rnn bushels potatoes ju&t ki-
1)1 Ml coived aud in store, for sale at $1 25
ptr bushel, by . ' O. 1UJ01S.
Marc li 11, isii-2ii
Patronize Home .Mauufactures I
D R 00 M Q
A.t Portland Prices I
HAVING GONE LARGELY INTO
tha manufacture of ' ' ' : '
ALL GRADES OF BROOMS 1
r am nrrnared to furnish the Oregon publio with
as good a broom as can be obtained on th coast,
at Portland prices. CrJ e"j ' ': j.
1J.I.....I iirili-ril to tfljAl cm ..
CO., Gel cral Agents,
'Albsny, Pecembcr 3, 1870-I3v
aET-AIwIT batii uolse.
rfwHR UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
; I r..llv inform tbe eitisens of Albany and vi-
eiuity that ba ba taken ebarge of this establish
ment, and, by keeping elean rooms and paying
strict attintic ;to business, expects to suit all
thos who may favor biu with their patronage.
Hiring heretofore carrieu oo noioing w -
Firt-01a4i Hair JBriBf; Saleens, .
b xpo's to giv entire satisfaction to all. r' '
sr- Children and Ladies' hair neatly cut and
,haWooed. ,. JOSEPH WBBBER.
721 Priics in all.... , ...J. .$550,0On
Afar paying the ixp nass of the cntcrp'ise
and iiiaking the distriouii. n ot the tilts, lua bal
ancc of tha proceeds arising from the al
of tickets will be appropriated to :hc e taV.i sli
incut of a Free Litrary iu Louisville, to be called
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
Ity the provisions of the charter tuis Library is
forever free to tbe gratuitous use and enjoyment
of every citize and it is tbe purpose of tbe trns
tees to raise a fund sufficient to secure a suitable
building, to plain in it l ooks enough to form the
nucleus of a magnificent library, aud to so endow
it as to enable it to buy the eurrent publications
as they come out, and to be aelf-sastainiiig, .Ah
concert and distribution will take place under
the immediate supervision of the trustees named
in tbe actof incorporation, who are as lollows:
""-' -""" "" TRUSTEES." !v. :.
Thos. E. Bramlette, late Governor of Ky. : IT,
Watterson, Editor Courier Journal ; W.N. Ualde-
man. President Courier Journal Co. : . Ben Cassc
day. of the Daily Commercial ; Gorge P. Docrn
Proprietor Anseiger ; II. M. McCarty, of tbe
daily Ledger; J. S. Cain. Clerk Jefferson Court
Common Pleas ; M. W. dusky, Author Political
Text Book : R.T. Durrett, of tbe Louisville bar.
Tbe trustees will be assisted by tbe foliowiu
well-known and eminent citizens of Kentucky,
who have consented to be present at the concert,
and tu superintend the drawing and distribution of
gifts : ! -i '
Hon. II. J. Stiles, Judge Jefferson Court of
Common Pleas; Hon. T. B. Cochran, Chancellor
Louisville Chancery Court t Hon. H. W, Bruce,
Judge Jefferson Circuit Court; Hon-J. G Bsr
ter, Mayor of Louisville ; Hon. B. J. Webb, Sen
ator from Kentucky J Col. G- C. Wharton. V- S.
District Attorney Col Phil. Lee, Prosecuting
Attoroer Ninth Judicial District ; Gen. J. T.
Uyle, President N. H. A K. R. R. Dr. T. 6.
Hell, Prof. Med. University. Louisville; Jilson
P. Johnson,' Proprietor Gait House; Hon. J.
Proctor Knott, late Member Congress; Andrew
Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Broker.
Tbe holders of tickets to which gifts are award
ed will bo paid on presentation at tbe office in
Louisville. Ky. Tickets will bo for sal at th
office in Louisville on th j t. . .'jji;
; First of July, 1871.
A liberal discount will be allowed when 100.
500, or 1000. tickets are purchased in a lot, AU
orders acccmpanied by remittances will be
promptly attended to and the tickets returned by
mail, registered or by express, as ordered, s
The undersigned, late principal Bnsim ss Man
ager of the very successful Mercantile Library Gift
Concert of Pan Francisco, having been appointed
Arcntof tbe above enterprise, baa to say that
everything will be dou to maka this an entire
success, and buyers of tickets will find their in
terests as well guarded ns if they, were personally
present and superintended the entire affair.'
CHARLES R. PETERS, . I
Gait House, Louisville, Kentucky.
Tha j Mobile JRrypsler, which, ' after
fieicely upholding; bamao slavery as the'
corner stoCc "tt ires institntioni, and
struggling to th? . last to overthrow -m
mild and eqaab1 . government which
promised to cuvtail (n the Territories frf'
the United States "Ihfe'prccious right, of
tho Sonthern gentlemfen of selling at ' to'
auction-block the uiCther of bit ooforei
children, wilh her offspeing which af.
ished a' system that waaitho deeradatiotv'
f slave and stete-holdef together, and
the foul stench "arid .didWace of ' the
American name which 'vs - tt tswly
foiled in its hope of destroy tDg ib Con-
stitution and government of thovpuhlio
of the United States, to rear nfton 'it
ruins an empire of slater OOW Megf1tv
Detupcratio friends and aUiea not to9p".
ptfSo ll.a wooticrfti iostititlion". known
as Tummany, but to turn all their, cuna
'on tbe Jacobfn tyrant who sits eotbrow
ed at Washinpton, to tho terror of U
patriots, and to, the eni ot free govern
ment." This is its description of th
modest and honest ' soldier 'who 'finally
rustrated the plans of tbe Mobile Reri '
ler and its fellow rebels, and who', by the
will ol the loyal and intelligent friends Of
he Union and of equal liberty who are
a great majority of the American pcOpfer
is to-day in very truth, and to tbe joy
of every bonest believer in equal- Tights)
the terror - ot snch patriots ur tor
Mobile llrgister, and -"the periT of tbr
Jreedotn of the Ku Klux, the Mobile
Ilcghter'a friends. . , : '
llic precise leeiiog of the Southern
element of their party, upon which, tho
Democratic leaders rely lor success is
shown in the ardent appeals of tbe
Register for harmony. Its one fond re
membrance . is the rebellion. - Its one
passionate hope it the destruction of the
results of tho Union victory. Air it
illustrations spring instioctively frota its
ino.t taiinliur opscctalions. lie friends L
Be friends ! it cries to its allies. Don't
underrate tho power of Tammany. "Tam
ilian y is the right bower of the Democrat.
ic ireii"tli. We tare no snots into- Aanar
uiatiy w bile it frt.inds a bulwark ofstreBgth,
an adanitititine wall, betwixt the Eoipire
State and the Jacobin traitor to the Con
stitution of bis country. What' wonld
bave been thought of tree's men firing
into Stonewall Jackson's Blucher. corJ
when it came up to sweep the gray-coats-on
to victory on the Cbickahominy f The
Democratic press and politicians wonld
do far better to imitate Tammany,' than
in making war upon this Stonewall vlug
of the grand Democratic party.", lS.
This is do insignificant newspaper hor .
nnccrtain sound. " It is the voice of
what ' Democratic authority calls the
most influential journal now published in
tbe State." Americans I Republicans I
it is with the same old rebel, cries and
aims, it is by gladly and proudly identi
fying itself with tbe lost cause, that tho
Democratic party enters upon ! the Presi
dential campaign. ' We appeal Uevcry
intelligent man of every party fo'th
land, what advantage to the peace and
prosperity ot the country can be hoped
from its success 1 The policy of disturb
ingthe settlements is the only policy it
proposes.- Those who demand it are
those who bave always dominated the
party, ho will couteuiptuonslj leave to
Tauuuany and its lackeys tbe-plunder
Which they desire, and to whom Tamma4
ny and its lackeys will be absolutely
subservient. "It's voice," says the World
speaking of tbe Mobile Jitgtster, "w be
beard and heeded in the .councils of the
conservative men.", . Certainly it will.
It was precisely the same voice that was
heard and heeded in the Democratic?
National Conven ton of 1868, and which
then,, as now, declared the settlements of
the war to be '"revolutionary, unconaiitui
tionul and void."-- liar per ' Weekty, .,
W. D. BELDING.
Notice S - - -
THE PtTBlIC ARE HEREBY WARNED
not to trust my son, Jacob P. Martin, minor,
s r will not h respuwibl for any debu of bis
-" fw .selvia'mabtih;-:
nrrUborg7 Or., May l. J871-38,
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Gitt Concert of th MERCANTILE LIBRARY
ASSOCIATION, or Saa Franciseo, which gar
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LYFORD 4 CO., Omaha, Nebraska, x ;' 1
OSo. CaldwU Block. Business Managers
and old lady of acrenty.five- jaartX
of-nge, residing io Jamestown, Seltrr
county, Ohio, two weeks ago. ; gave birth,
to twius whose joint weujbt aoioaote
to 48 pounds. Mr. Clarke, who is in hia.
eightieth year, isemployed as porter iu,'
Simpson & Co's dry goods atote oa Fleet
BtrteLv.-". .,.,t -.r .h.;,;.:.! '
A curious freak . of a cat has lately;
come to our knowledge. A favorite torn
cat belonging to Miss Zigger of ibis city,
lost its kittens about a week ago and haa
siuca adopted a- brood of young caoary'
birds which it tends with all the aCectioai
of a iuoxher.-HultUborovghJieyullxcan
" A bright little boy of soveo years ,of
age, the son of Judge Stompton of Cattle
ville. Blomtner county, Iowa, two years
ago, by accident, swallowed a snake with
which he was playing. Since tbat time
bin bearing has gradually beeo gettina
defective until at last he waa completely
deuf. i- Lant Wednesday he complained of
intenre pain in the bead and at two o stock
in. the afternoon a .large anake crawled:
from bis left ear. Ilia hearing', is- now
quite restored. "The boy's stars are un
naturally large for one of his age. "
Chuncktown, Chacas county, Cansaa,'
is much excited at present over . s calf,
which has it horns one each aide of ita?
mil instead of its head J the animal is.,
otherwiae well formed. t ' ' "' "
..There were filteen lioodred rJi"orce'
granted in Boxton last year. t :
. president Grant has entirely fji'en s
the ue of tobacco st the r:iicLtl:'i cf
Elder Knapp. .
The fdoeess Alexstiris t;,-.tjr " " 1
appears st court with s black tjs. -
How to get a-Ioag well bare U r.
deep- ?J,; ''f.S- !.':."
i A woman's pride and a sailor's guil
--the needle 4 ,- ., i
loft band and foot.