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11 AN GES.
COOK, rAK'I.OK AND BOX,
$ T O V ES!
tlf the b.-st jmlicnis.
aiao . i is i w J.srr ims and xp-
Ani the nsual assortment of furolshln?
(,'KKld in lie italnod in uliii store.
Repairs neatly and promptly executed,
on reasonable terms.
fr,t street, albany.
Doc. 5, 189M
VV. H. KUIIN & CO.,
Wholesale and IlotaU Dcalcrsln
HJT.l.r AMD HEAVY
II A It I WA1 R E ,
Farmer' & Mechanics' Tools,
IRON AND STEEL,
OAK niid 1XM IIIBS,
HICKORY 4 OAIt I POKES,
ReBtRtBM, KUalii4. Poles. Ac,
WOOD AiiD WILLOW "WARE,
Ml of will 'li are now offered to the pub
lic i low rfttCS. A we make the business
11 nccla!:-v, we can tad will keeoa better
n.-wortraem, at lower prices, thun any
bouse in this city.
W. II. KrHN CO.,
Mnnteltb tlre-iTi-oof brielr, First street.
Albany, June 14, 1872-41v4
A. CAUOTHEilS I CO.,
CHEMICALS, OILS. PAINTS, DYES,
olaxs, EA.-.2PK, Kit'.,
All the popular
svitv.w mRnifniEtl. I
FINE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Had Loilrt Guvda.
Particular cure and pioniptnesa (rtjan
Physiclalls, prescript ions and Family Ree-
iVV A. CAROTHKU8 A CO. j
O 1 O
i)AIIA- rVKNISU Jfl'.iR
has ?hi! lartreatciiwilxtioti by over .i,(K of
itiiy afternoon wipe i the Mate of Ohio.
J ! ' ' " 11 i i ii ,i
T M. WADSWOUTIl Witt give pronpit
r . tttlcntiuu to all ordem far iy,cr
ianglng, tlalceiiilnibg,' nexnranrtt,'AK. in
ibis city or vicinity. All work oxeotuud
n the latest stvle, b tho M tnanncr. 4bi
t lowest living rat.' 'jrOrdrs lf at
Furnlturo Warerooms of ubja, Mealey will
'vecalve prompt attention. w
j JOHN CONNER,
nEi'osrra receivkp subject to
UbeCK 111 :'Ullt.
Intcresi. allowed n t hue deriostts In i.
Exchange, on Portland, San Francisco,
arid New Yoj'.r. for Sale tit lowest rates.
Cojleriions mil h and tiroimiltv remitted.
Refers n II. w.Corbatt, Henry Falling,
W s Lad 1.
Hankln:; hours from S A. SI. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1871-42v3
Something A'cv in jgjeisliatry.
. E. O. XIBIIH, MENTIS?',
HAS LOCATE1 . IX A U1A
ny, ana has the new In
veil t ion in pta4W0rJc,wMch
consists In InSertinir teeth
in the month wit bout covering the whole
roof, us heretofore. It gtvas ;hswearcrthe
wearer the free use of the tongue to the
n;olof tliiimou.li In talking and tasting.
It By'ieSiniib A Purvlmi patent.
Teeth extracted wllliont pain. Plates
mended, whether broken or divided.
Si" Off) oi Fits) si reel , east of Con ncr's
Hank (up stairs:, Albany, Oregon. ' v4
FIKKT STREET. ALBANY, OREWON,
J. L. HARRIS,
.tf ' :11 I' ' lit"'' 't ':. '
JTILL ENDEAVOR TO KEEP COX
T? stuntlyon band a full supply of
ALL KIN ON OF MEATS,
Whicli will be of tlw very liest quality.
The bl rhwl market price paid for tieeves,
horsan I sheep.
third dpor westof Fern, on south side
of First street. J. I.. HARRIS.
Albany, Dec. 1".. 1871-1SV4
" M$ GANG
.4-. with JONES
Plow ItottoiUN. Is the liestUANU I'l.OW
in ihe world. It is Hiautl.. Ntroiig and
duniMe and dot Hits wrfc effetrtually.
Don't fall to see it before biiybJU- Prlre,
(JTIJ. Soldonlv by T2lKAIWr.M.4'0.,
:nuIV:iuvieo. Send for cb-cuiars. ni3
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS irWT OPENED HIS NEW tiROCER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
ami First streets, with a fresh stixtk of
( ,! oeeries, Provisions, Candiea, Cigars, To
bacco, Ac., to which he iuvites the atten
tion M Our citizens.
In connection with tin- store he win keep
a llakerv, an 1 will always have on hand a
bill supply of fresh breud, crackers, Ac.
taT Call and see me.
f AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS
1 of turning; keep on hand and make to
order rawhide-bottomed chairs, Ac. Shop
near the Mills and Hosiery. Jeftfepn, Ore
gon. Rraneh shop near "MatrnoliMllls,"
Albany, where, orders for chairs, turning,
Ac., can Isileft. JOHN M. METZLElt.
Jetfeinon, Am:. 2, 1X74
OKEtiON A (JALIFOBNIA RAILROAD
Couinany. Land Depart incut, Portland
Oregon. April ", lSTl-Xoiiee is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will lie
InstiTuted nt-'alitst any and every ptirson
w ho trespasses u)xin any Railroad Land,
by coll ingtavl reuiOviuu 1 1 tuber t herefrom
before the Mime is BOCUHTof theCompa
nyAXD PAID FOR.
All vaittmt. Land in odd numbered sec
tions, whether surveyed or unsiirveyed,
within a distmiee of thirty miles from the
line of the road, belongsto the Company.
L R. MOORES,
S2v4tf Uind Agent.
A VINO rVROHASED THE INTER-
est of G. w. Young in uie
' ; Delivery Business,
I am prepared to do any and all kinds of
lobs, on short notice and with nuiek dl
pattm. Terms reasonable. PacRages de
livcre4,toanyiianof tho city. KrLook
out mr the BAY TEAM and JOB WAGON .
40v4 T A. N. ARNOLD.
BfcANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC.,
on hand-latest style -and tor sale
low, at this office.
ISurder In A'.ot.uy
HASNEVER YET BEEN KNOWN, AND
no threatening or It at present.
Is a tbbia which sometime must befall
every son and daugbierof the human fam
ily ; and yet,
At the 9Ild-(tuy,
Of your life, if disease lays his vllehands
upon you, tberc is silll "a balm In UUead,"
by wbich vou may bo stored to perfect
health, sn;t prolong yonr ibiys toa mlnuiu
By calling on
R. C. HILL & SOX,
With a prescription, where you can have
it compounded by one experienced In that
particular line. Also, constantly on hand
a gixvl assortment of fresh drugs. patent
medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dye
st uffs, trusses, etc. Agents for the
Celebrated I nk Weed Keutedy,
Or. Oreaon Kheumntlc Cure ; I)r. D. Jayne
A Sons' medicines, etc.
Snence's Positive and Nccative Powders
kept in sock. Also agents for the
Home Shuttle hewing Machine,
One of the most useful pieces of household
furniture extant. Call and examine.
It. CHILL A SON.
Allmny, Juno 10, 7M0v3
CEO. P. SETTLEIHIER,
(Successor to P. W. Wakefield),
ParrlHh'H New Building, FlrstStreet,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETv '
All an teles warranted pure, and of tit
Plivsieians proscriptions carofhlly com
tieimded. Albany, Oct. 17, 18H!tf
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw mil Machin
ery. WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IRON AND BRASS VANTINUM.
Particular attention jiald to repairing all
kinds of machinery. 1 41 S
M. 91. EIA2IVEY &. 0.,
(LATE W. H. M'FARLAM) A CO.,1
Opposite the hotels,
Force and Lilt Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOWE FVRNISIIINO HARD' ARE,
Till, Coitper and Sheei Iron
LARGEST STOCK IS THE YAEI.EY.
Lowest Prices Every Tine.
RctuOrint Prcrlj' Dm. 40rt
BALLET, DAVIS & CO.'s
Take the Higheitt Rank.
HAIXKT DAYIN & CO.'S PIANOS
havebtien selected b ihe Executive
Committee of the World's Jubilee as the
Best Piano. No other Piano will be
The greatest living Pianist, who was in
Boston, attending the Jubilee, suys :
" The I.MlIet. Onvis Co. Plnno
exes l, In every particular, all other
Call and examine and see for yourselves,
or send for price List and Circulars.
W. K. BADGER, Sole Agcnf,
at Snow A Roes' An ( iallery,
73 First street, Portland.
REV. J. W. ROOS, PR!IW!SO RE
der of the Methodist Cliui-eli, fSan
Franelsuo, says : "In my opinion, Ocorge
Wootis A t'o.'s Oi-kmub have no equal
for richness ami sweetness of tone, with
great power. lam fumlliar with all the
most prominent organs in the market,
have owned four different kinds, and un
hesitatingly say I prefer those of George
Woods to any other."
Send for Price List and Circulars for the
finest Grain In the world.
W. ii. BADGER, Sole Agent,
at Snow ARoos' At Gullerv,
73 First street, Portland,Or.
A BIO VICTORY I
Underfeed Sewing Machine !
T WIU, DELIMIT THE MANY
friends of the
Wilson Improyetl Sewing MacMne.
To know that In the stubborn contest for
suiieriorily In samples of work, at the great
Northern Ohio Fair, their favorite has
carried otf the two great premiums the
Medal for best six specimens machine
work, and the Diploma for best embroid
ery. As the great competition was In these
two Classes, B will be seen that the Wil
son's victory is complete. We knew this
would lie so: It could not 1st otherwise.
There Is no talking down the tact that the
New Wilson is the best Family Sewing
Machine now uiannlaetnred-capable of
doing the best work on any kind of goods,
under all circumstances.
This award of the highest premium
should and will silence the talk of that
large class of sewing machine men who
have made this machine the object of their
special enmity, limply because It Is a mod
erate priced machine imp undersells their
Go and site the Premium New Wilson
Sewing Machine, the boat In the world,
now on exhibition at Suow A RoosArt
Gallery, 7,1 First street, Portland, Oregon,
and remember you can buy this premium
machine for $50.
fcr Agents wanted.
MIXER A PEARSOX.
July 1!, 74-46
Ceneral Repair Shop.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RB
turned to Albany, and taken his old
shop on corner of Ellsworth and Second
streets unnouuous his readiness to attend
toall kinds of
BLACKSMITHING, MILL A MACHINE
Also, has on hand and for sale, the
and other PLOWS
WOOD'S .REi PER & MOWER,
which he vtll sell on the most reasonable
HORSE SHOEING All round,$2;
(JIVE MR A CAUL.
All work entrusted to me will receive
prompt at tonthm. and be executed in the
liest possible manner, with good material.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
68hop on eorncrEllsworthand Second
streets, opposite Pierce's Ferry. , :'
10v4 F. WOOD.
Albany Collegiate Institute,
'PHIS 1N8TITITION WILL REOPENON
J Monday, Seiitemhor 4. 1871. wit h a corps
of teachers canable and earnest. Instruc
tion will be thorough and practical, and
the system bf 'orddr unstarpafwed. For pap-
I R. K. WARREN, A. M., President;
Or, Rev. E. B- GEARY, D. D., Albany.
f Ibaitt ftjtjltt.
J !Y. I .
far SutiscrfWrs finding an X after their
names aro in(bmied that their subscription
expires wit U t hat numlwr, and they are In-
... j 1 . . IT AO n..n annnitl
; three months,
Eltler Mover of Paris, Kv., who has
preached for five years, is now eigh
Statitstics show that uot one womaii
in n bundred uiarries the man she
Ho who receives a cootl turn should
never forsret It; he who does one
should never remember it.
The norjulation of Russia is 85,5"0,
there are 100,000 women in Paris
There are only 244 persons in Chica
go between Ihe years of 12 and 21
years who cauuot read ana write.
The Goal Templars of Kentucky
Nearly 1.200,000 are Invested in
herds in Colorado.'
Loudon supports a police force of
The length of the German mile is to
be increased 33 per cent.
Central Park, New York, is to have
a bronze Angel of Mercy, at a cost of
The Emperor William of Germany
has recently bought a two-page letter
of George 'Washington for two hun
it took exactly three days and 'six
hours to weigh the five hundred mil
lion francs reeeutly sent by the French
Government to Emperor William of
Few people know, and thousands
do not know, that by sitting a glass
fruit jar on a folded towel, thoroughly
soaked in cold water, the fruit can be
poured in boiling hot, with no more
danger of breaking than with a tin
can. Cut this out and paste it in your
There are living cf the family of
the late Benjamin Reynolds, of Wayne
county, seventy-six grandchildren, one
hundred great grandchildren, and ten
great great grandchildren. The great
great grandmother is still living.
The oldest artesian well in Europe
is at Liiliers, in the Pas de Calais,
France, and from its mouth water has
flowed uninterruptedly for seven hun
dred and llfty-six years.
Tho Norwegian clergy are very fond
of their grog. The preacher takes his
spirits in the vestry, after his labors,
and at clerical gatherings wine, beer
and punch are liberally provided.
Du Chaillu, the celebrated African
explorer, is back from his travels
through Sweden and Norway, with
fresh stores of information about that
wild and comparatively little known
region of Europe.
It is mentioned as a curious fact by
oltl woodsmen that the beech and syca
more trees are never struck by light
ning, though found in close; proximity
to oak. hickory, and trees of other
species, that have been seamed or torn
to pieces by the subtle fluid.
" I am a missionary in my nursery,"
once observed a Oliri.-tiau mother.
"Six pairs of little eyes are daily
watching mamma's looks, as well as
listening to iter words; and I wish my
children never to sec in me tliat which
they may not Imitate."
A curious "roadster" made fast
time lately in Paris, easily distancing
till competitors. This was nothing
else than an ostrich from the Acclima
tion Society's Garden, which was har
nessed to a light carriage and gttided
by long reins by its trainer. It i
sflid to have proved very tractable in
SUGAR FOB Gl.A.LNO CAKES. Put
into a vessel with ft little water, the
white of one egg well lieaten and stir
red well into the water ; let it boil,
and while boiling throw in a tew drops
of cold water. Then stir in a cup ot
pounded sugar. This must boil to a
loam, then be used. This makes a
beautiful glazing for cakes.
Tomato Custard. This Is said to
be a beneficial diet for consumptive.
It Is made by straining finely stewed
tomatoes through a coarse sieve, aud
adding two pints of milk and tine pint
of tomatoes four eggs and one tea
spoonful of sugar. Bake in smallcups,
How to Make PuDDrNG Quick.
Spilt a few crackers, lay the surface
over with raisins, and place the halves
together again ; tie them closely in a
cloth and boil fifteen minutes iu milk
and water: With a rich sauce it is ele
gant. Smoky Lamps;To prevent the
smoking of a lamp, soak the wick in
strong vinegar, and dry it well before
yoit use It i it will then burn bright
and clear, and amply repay you for
the trifling labor.
In Vhgthia.S. H. Piatt, RpubH-'
can, tochoKe1!! to Congress.
The TribHwW.Y.) has Cftocedeo
to Grant 260 electoral votes at least