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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
A IRIITEU WAITED.
A GOOD COMPOSITOR WIIX
4 K1"" ,itBti"n at this office.
Albany, Dec 30, l?65.
Agents for Linn County.
The following named gentlemen re authorised
W reeeive nd receipt for subscriptions to the
. r"V"0cat in this county
Moore A Baber,
II. L. Brown,
8. A. John, I
O. C. Cooley,
-. Worth Bra!,
J. M. Johns, .
J. R. Thorpe, J
Adam Nye. J
TOtm COUNTY KATTEES.-
Th Weather." Just awful," is the
expression KieK exactly describes it.
We shall be glad to get rid of the present
J-ear if the late sort of weather will go out
Vritb k. New weather with the New Tear
can't be worse that's one consolation.!
All the week we have had hard rains, high
vrinds, a bare day of calm with sunshine,
then more rain, frost, snow, and as we go
to press, a thaw, just to keep np the va
riety, we suppose. On Christmas day the
rain poured incessantly, with heavy winds,
from dawn xmt'A nightfall, but a clear,
fine evening was vouchsafed. : Let us
give thanks for that.
A IIappy New Year I--So we say
inost heartily to all our patrons and read
ers. . May they enjoy a merry day,a pros
perous year, and still happier, merrier and
more prosperous future years, down to an
honored old ae.
Soiree. Mr. C. S. Barnev. a most ac
tomplishel teacher of Dancing and the
finest violinist ia Oregon, will give a Dauc
ing Soiree at the Empire llotel hall, ou
New Year's evening. Read his adver
tisement. Tots ! Tots I Frveknd & Settlemier
bave a choice and splendid lot of toys and
holiday gifts still for sale. Call on them
t j please your little folks on New Year's
What purported to be a 44 School Ex
iiibition" was given at the Court House
on Thursday evening. It was certainly,
an Exhibition, and, we are constrained to
say, a very improper and reprehensible
one. It was one of that class of Exhibi
tions which have been a good deal too
fr"uent during the last four or five years,
C which innocent little children are
made to " speak pieces" filled with parti
san prejudice and rancour, with sectional
aom and hitrel, and further, t istigm -
t'ze their own fathers, in common with all!
Democrals, as "traitors." It is about :
time that a stop be put to this sort of
Eihibitions, when the exhibitors appeal
tn the verv class tbev thus wantonlr kH
shamefully insult for patronage and sup
port. If they desire to give such "Exhi
bitions to please certain " loyal" folks, let
them do so to their heart's or hate's con
tent ; but they ought to ask none but the
lovers and admirers of their exhibitions
to patronize them in. a substantial way.
Of the numerous recitations, declamations,
dialogues, songs, 4c., which made up the
.programme of exercises on Thursday
evening, more than two-thirds were of a
very malignant, . Abolition character.
Democrats who have children to educate
will do well to have their little ones sent
to schools where learning and not politics
-is deemed of first importance. - By adopt
ing such timely caution, they will not, at
the School Exhibitions, endure the mor
tification of hearing words of hate and in
sult, directed agaicst themselves, from
the mouths of their own children. Pa
rents can generally attend to the political
instruction of their children, if any be
tieeded ; schoolteachers would generally
give better satisfaction by teaching those
studies which are usually adapted to
chools, and letting political teacbingalonc.
? P. S- Since the above was put in type
we learn that at the close of the exercises,
and after a Irief address bj te Rey. Mr.
Eairchili, who f poke by special invita
tion, the Rev. Mr. Starr aroe and pro
ceeded with the delivery of a very repre
hensible speech. Among ether things he
coBwaenied the " teaching of kiyalr in
schools," and siid if it were taught in all
the schooW there would lie ewer seces
sionists and Fewer secessions, Vhy will
not Desiotrsta wl? Lsvc ."hilirea make'
provision to have them educated in schools
where this kind of Abolition pTopagand
ism is not practiced I AM political schools !
re pernicious; but this Puritan political
fstea is pestilential.
Frozen to Diuth. Mr." Solomon
Kohlberg. xaerehant cf Portland -and
Balsas CitJ, was frozen to death on Thurs
day of last week, oa the trail from the
the Cascades to Sandy, lie and two or
hree others had started from Dalles City
totuake the Unl trip to Portland. His
comrades got through safely after a good
deal offering, but lit. Kohiberg final
ly B'2ca.aibed to the piercing eoii and
perished in the trail. The Hebrew Benev
olent Society of Portland has paid high
tribute to his laemory. 32a was about 29
years of age- - - . -
; Pzasoxaii Ilea. Isaac Cox, the
ttaucl'Pcmocratla Ilepreseotative ' from
- Z csepbica couaty, paid us a' visit on
Jea. Ills coEstltaeacy may well feel
CI rchocl, a2i.raia the utov: ; .
rX 1EBW1AT1YE r.iMsonr..
Oa the fourth page of this paper, un
der the head of" A Rascally Reporter,"
will be found two reports by Abolition
journals, of some remarks made by J. II.
tnderwood, nit Abolition Representative
of Lane county, in which the Reporter of
one of the two journals the Statesman
tartured Underwood's language fo as to
make it appear that be bad terribly scored
Hon. Jus. D. Fay ofj. ckson, and that
that gcut'eman bad quie ly submitted to
the scoriatiuu. Hie following, from the
report of the Legislative proceedings in
the last Review, telling of a scene which
occurred in the House the evcuing pre
ceding the final adjournuienMrf the Leg
islative Assembly, will show our readers
that Mr. Fay did not permit the rascality
of the Statesman Reporter or the coward
ly and disgraceful behavior of Underwood
to pass unnoticed :
Mr. Fay rose to a privilege question 5 he
asked the member fr,m Lane (.Mr. Umler
wood,) if the reported speech, in the last
Statesman, of that gentleman, is a correot
rendition of the language used by him. Mr.
Cnderwjoi refused to anwer the question
direetly. Mr. Fay said that ho sho.iid a
cept the gentleman's silence n an nekituwl
cdgmeiitthat.be did use the language re
ported, and he thereupon cnUe-d Mr. Under
wood a liar, and wtu pr.ieeedii.g :o state h
contempt for such a .iwardly creature who
thus attempts to falsify the records of the
H.iuse, and make rea lers at a distance be
lieve that he w u!d even dare U u c the lan
gnage rep-rtcd iu his spee.h. M 11 vl!iy
called Mr. ray to order, wiien Mr. I tulor
woihl, presenting the appearance of a whip
pel puppy, meekly suggeste! to " let the
TeofTemaa gj on, he raii t hurting him.
Mr. Fay also rebuked the Statesman's re
porter in a similar style.
To this we may add the following state
ment: Oa Monday evening, Dee. 18:h
we were sitting with Mr. Fay at bis desk
in the House, iust before tbe cren'-nir of
t i-eiore iue Cfcn.nj; w
the evening session. Mr. Fay called .Mr. I
Underwood to h:s dek, there showed
him the report of his Underwood's re -
marks, in que5tion, and asked li'tn to
sta'e if he had used sueh !a;igu txe, or
anything cquiva'ent t it. Unierw.iol
first replied that he was not very certain
just what he did say, but be was quite
sure he had not used the reported lan
guage. Upon Mr. Fay pressing him to
i A-. "j j-.w...., ,
j ' 1 . r . 1,
answer more deunitciy tie naerwooa )
did deny having used or intended any j their consent, and despite their opposition'
such language as was in the Statesman "s j to it. This is a misch'evous kind of leg
report, and pointed out several lines oi j i!ation. und is liable to lite grofscst wrings
.1 1. v . . 1 , ... .. . 1 . t . :
mas repon as su niucu tnai uiu:i nave
been added by the Reporter, without his
knowledge or on -eat. This pr.vatc con
fession was wr'uns: from hiai ive mijrht
say he was almost frigh enel out of it
by Mr. Fay. and yet, it sem? that the
miserable fellow hal not lha h injror
manliness to stata tin trrth bsfjrj tin
House, when Mr. Fay cjurea?!y regain
ed hini to do s . Iliso'jjjc w.isapparent :
he hoped that the repjrteJ boldspeeohin
the Statesman would give lm theTepnia-
noti oi unn! wvu-uuuiiH i'li. i a
(of whom be 13 mortally afraitT) in debate ,
and create the imj re3skn that," instead ofs
being a very vain, cowardly hector, he
really possessed pluck. But his ba.e f u-c
did n jt Fueceed. There, before the House,
in the hearing of hundreds of spectator.-.
Mr. Fay. on his refusal to repeat before
the House what he had bat a few uw-iM
" . - . .
ments before confessed in private, de -
nounced Mr. Underwood as "a liar and
scoundrel," and the shrinking, sneaking,
cringing creature, overwhelmed wi;b
shame, but shaking with fear of his man
ly, bold, defiant denouueer. crouched in
his scat, and only croaked, when Mr. Fay
was literally skinning him s let him go
on ; he isn't hurting me." The fellow's
bodily fear deadened his every other seu;e
of feeling, and even the indel.ble brand
which Fay with burning words was bl ster-
ing into his writhing flesh, seemed not to
affect him, so abject was his fright. "
OB.EGOX IX CoNGRESS.Our reverend
Congressman figures on Commltieea as
follows ; 5th among ten "member. on In
dian affairs : 9tb among ninf members on
Pacific Hailroad. .Thus ha is oa two ou:
of thirty-three Standing Committees. Ei
ther the State or the Rep reVctitative is
very slimly appreciate! in that body.
Should any resident of Oregon desire fc
address a letter to our CongTesMtt-tit we
will mention the fact that his uauie is J.
II. D. Hetilerson.
. From xhe Laptit CuuNxar. -Ibe
Columbia' is still closed by ice, and n
largo & Co. at the Dalles, and mc&eiigcr
$5J,'J00 in treasure and a large lot of ex
press matter. They report the trail worse
than at any previous period. The road
from Dalles City to Walla Walla is open.
"Wosth lixowixo. Readers will find in
another colum the advertisement f Parrish
&. II.ilmaD, Portland, who are established in
tbat city as Real Estate, Commercial, and
Stock Brokers, andTJejeral latclligcnce aad
Colksclion Agents, reraohs in the interior
who wish business transacted in thee several
departments in Portland, can repose confi
dence in the ompctency and integrity oT thin
5rm. They are prompt nd faithful in ful
&llin their engagements.
Electios or Sxsator. II n. C. Cde, for
merly member ol Congress from California,
has been elected U. S. Senator to succeei
IIjiu Jas. A. SlcDjugall. It is "useless to
add anything further than that he is an Ab
itlitionisL - "
Lodi Sold. This noted raser wa3 s:ild in
San Francisco a few days ago for $5100 in
gold. Coombs of Napa, was the purchaser.
Caticn 19 .bad Wstn "ljrtlanri,V? t D-nvSOhy Elder A. OiVgi Ww.'Tayt.a
il fr iJair: CiryA lew ay
Mr S W Tiiibrtri;m Arrobf rif Wl!s imlhv. .1. P.. Hnrv I. insm to II it ijirr K .( h
LATEST KASTF.ItN NEWS.
No d:s a'xliea have been received dar
ing the week. The latest news is to Pec.
2th. Congress wis moving slowly in
the transaction of bad ness, and a serious
division is anticipate t between the llali
cnls and the President. 1 1k Senators
and Representatives from tloSmthern
States are still denied seats in Congress.
1 be ge ser.il news is U'timpi rt int. Some
white New York sold'urs tin 1 Federal
negro troops had a fight toe her in Nor
folk, Va., Doc. 1 15th. Only in.' a ne
gro was injured.
At the late Special Session. Dr. Tate,
one of the Abolition Representatives from
this county, introduced a bill to provide
a Charter for the city of Albany. Of the
features of his bill we could not obtiin
inf rtnation during a visit to Salem on
the last day but one of the session. Vc
only know that on motion of Pr. Tate
himself the bill was tabled on its third
reading the evening before final adjourn
ment. So much for that part of the mat
tor. The point we seek information on
's. upon what authority, by whose rcjuest
or petition, did Dr. 'late a.-k lor a new
Charier for our city. We have yet to
hear of the first resident of the place, other
than the Representative himself, who
sought for or desired a new Charter. It
seems to us that before a Representative
introlucesa bill to wipe out an exi&ting
city charter, and to substitute another for
it, be ou ht be enreful to know tbat
public aciioti bus Leen taken uj'ou it by
tbe pcrsuus espeeialljr interested, and tbat
jji majority of tbem favored tbe change.
In this instance tbeie was certainly ik
public presentation tru'ncussiou ol.be
jprujeet, and, we believe, no t'.e-iie for i
.ject, ami, we Del.evc, no iie.v.re lor
any band. Yet, bad Dr. Tate at tbe j
in tii.s uis.auee meic was ieiuiun "u:rpti t ipirPTTr r'nTTlirD
last uiotueut moved the passage i-t hisij,3
new Charter, beyond doubt tbe two)
Houses would have Passed and the Gov-1
irti.-.r nnr.ivii.l litt ot nii'l tilt fit"?-US '
of Albany would have had thetr present j;
.l...ffAi. i-.lin ..n,1 Pr T,i t.' now !
li irfnr Mit river tlipiii williiiiif nnr nre. :
.... . . . - - - j 14
. 1 1 . 1 -. i
vtous Kuowitiuge on me:r pan, w uucu-it
.ana uiyt uanuerous auus. 11 is a ?j e
cies of legislation which tbe people ought
in the Orst place to guard against, and m
the next, to .-eveicly condemn wbe.i prac-i
tiscd. It place. the e pie . subject u tbe
cai rice. w.ll. or ideas ure of the Ilenre-1
sentive, and thev baie no remcnlv, .'i.Sv
.o await a ssubefiueni t-eislun to have the
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il t' 'Li. li i.f.ir. il ) 1 1 . . ' I , t 1 1 ' I r." w 1 1 , i
J " - 1
Tna Mails. Ajih ah parts of the
rfu.e wo hear cjuilaaus abuu. the irreg
ulariiy or failure ot the uiaiis. T he storms
,i, t " . i.i i. .. ... . 1 ..u:..
.uut ia il.- rvvai.UJ i iuie iuaa uiivinu
iu:3oz.uri3rs or cdkdolsnce.
Wbeiias. H h is pi -as -I Pr ri:Ie cj t teniire
fr-ta atroo;! u. tf.r I n .n d t?a fr nj t.in f.
in th Jirlttii oril:'e. r be'u re ! asd wor.i:y Strati r.
!?Arri. At.ex.ispet. h i! ip.domit .He in-
1 F' u V n :e r- s?'? V" 1 VT ro"5l'lf-.b,,re
b:u up Ut w-h uijut Inn!, ncd loUcli lasting ;
I WnRit?A. Wi. tti m nil r ofCnr'r.thinn Ludce
K - . ir. A. F. and A. Jt., le iring t re -e l,urT-'V COXSCQl'CVCC OF THE
.v-.tliy ti ib r JaliTc of the dv;-!. and s'rAX f M. P XTOX. f ibe firm of Tbmp:
oltiic expressi'-n of t ur f rrjw Tor the uutiiue'y
djiitii of so est'.m .bls a bruti-er aad wii tar a citi-
len. fh?rf. r.-. lie it
f:tthi, Thai i'l thi afflicting dispensation wo
hnailj'y W u th will of Him w'ungivcth and
Uira who takcth atv.iT.
f!coiied, Tnat by b'i 4 atH 8 -.cist t has b-!cn de
prived of a trno and efficient BKinlur, and tlie
Ld e made t urn i i l;sa of a w iitbr brotlicr.
i!otrf. That we tcnd-T our ile pest svuipiithy
to the relative t f tt e e- eased, mid tn r.; csp.c'.aily
to thj willow and ter Utile thiid. M.iy Provj.Kuce
-aard and prou-et h.r tiron ;h te rmj f li e,
and tBsy je orphan find llitn ti be a fat-cr to the
Jiesehtd, Thatin resniet f rnr lamcn'cd broth
er thj ui-ni'Kr of ;bu L djj wear Cic usual tale
of mmin f r thirty days.
Heiehttl. Tat a c ipy of theja rsolntions be
pre-c iicl to tbe w'.d. w, un l aUo that t.py lie pent
for ptilt!e ition to the State It;ooTs X'EXOcn at
and Aibuy Journal.
SI. W. M tCK. Seentary.
, A tt rjsidence of C. P." Enrkbart. ?b f:ber of
the Bride, near Albany. Chr.Ktuias -Dav. 1S6), ly
tha R v. E. R. Geary, B. V. Cuadilto Miss Liuie
W acknowledge the receipt of a gencrvos share
... lto .U; .
ii.ms to i:r good fri.-nl theVery "ppy firrtnm,
aa 1 nor tswession of e 'mplimestfto bis liVo'y
, . , ,.
Sri tvtSj earnwt wish tht ta.fr- nnit.-d life may
ever bs brf e'!urryf pr .fp.nius aajt.llissfuL
At tie r.sl-:ei f hj Bri luJTtliOT. in Lion
cvuiity, Do. 21 by Win.' IL. Maria, J. P., Th.is.
B. Jam a t j K M .r.. -
Ai .ho r.sidjucj. J' t. o tJc'a tit tf, in Linn
e ty, D c ro b. by EI LV A. lirwtf;, Jjicob Wi0-lc
.(. itiii Mttaiuia K r.gp.- ' ' ";
At ti ra-d.ncv oi' t.i. Bn le Ta.'iisf, n L.nn
' x. a. sta.-g.iujl. P., Ju Ucad t iL Matilda
Iu Sjritiz Talkr, P JlpCoon-11 t- irl-esH&ic.
of th bride' tatucr'.N v. SSifc.'fcystbV Iter. Mr.
Cm pcr, J. T. Armstr n,: i ilisj Oalirijlla Siphons.
In Portland, by L- Anitewm, J P., Juliu M.
Em-ry to MiaS Car-line M, Iiigtnson.
At tbe Chol.c Cju.ch in Prtland. at 10
o'clock, rP. M.oa Monday Deo. 25th, by Rev.
J. Fieruna, Mr. M.: O Curn r, Pr. pri.tJr of U.e
Wh.it C:.ejr 11 to!, to Miss Minuij Wmburg.
In Sjboin Whatsmnb c.mnty, Washington Ter
ritory, Djc. 4th, by.tb; R :. Thvin-ia Byron, Eich
uri P i6t to MUs Emma II. Kin;. '
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.
INDEPENDENCE First Saturday and Sabbath
in January, 1SC0.
SALEM Secjud Saturday aad Sabbath ia Jan
N. B The District Slcwards will please mee'
ma ia CiTTallis on t-ie third Saturday and Sihln .h
i-i Kkrcmber. A. E. SEARS. P. E.
; i- o. o- jP
ALBANY LODGE, NO. 4.
Tbe Resrulaz rilsttinja of Albany Lodg-e,
N, 4, 1. O. O F.. arj uold at t is Halt ia Alb my.
-v-ry WEDNESDAY EVESINO. fX 7 o'c.tck
Breturea in g Kid ttandiu bdloning to other
Lodea are iaviUsd to attcn'd. '
W. W. PARRISH, N. O.
Ed. Mer.aiLU Sjcr-tary. .
Albany, Nor. 35, 16fti, ;
thi: cihciit niiHT us
JL the Mjie f Oi-. g 'ii. 1 r Hie County f Littii,
iti.iitui lriin, lsiili :
JOHN MNWILiWK, n.T. ) Action nt Law
JAMKS M. MA HON. l)-ft, ) Rcwver M-nry.
To .Bamrs "ill -livilimi, KolVndstiit,
In the imuu (.l'llif !?!.itj ot U.cg.n :
Yon :irc heieby ri-iir.-l t tqipc.-ir mi J untwir
the ( ln;l;i;t't ot t .e I'inliiUSl 111 ihe hvt? UUflttoU
eaii.c H.-w oil lilo a-;ltl':t Vtt im the CICIK "t
sn'nl Cvurt, within leu days 1 tli.lttle of suvicc
ot tliis s imiiH iis u .n v-.li, IF served in sait I ii'.n
enmity. Or.-;:nii, or, it' ; nvtl in any oih r coniiiy
in tlu" St.-ittC tli 11 i;tii:i twenty diiys of tli;- JaW
of service hrrool Ui n you j it served out of sa'ul
St i;e, t: ea l.y the fir t il iy .f ttio n-xt T -iuiol
Jii l Coma Aiul you itiv further notitied th:it iF
you ti answer t nluve rs fjliiuil, III? 1'luilitiil',
i'or w:t.';t ( mifttrt r. uiit lake jud -moist iiniii"t
you for t' e Mini ol $liio CO with imcr-st Ih reotj
at the rate of 15 -r cent, j er annum, f:ot:l the
'JUh ilny i t 1 remlu'r, lSj'.l, cotnpiintnlL'l nnuuuliy,
iK-si l e.s eU mid dishoifi 'iiienU vf Uii uetiou, tit
the next term of s.;id Cuurt.
l!v ov.lCr of the fettrt
t I' ANUlt t I1KLM, Atiyf fur PIT.
Fifty eetiti l. S. lUveuue slainj). J
tkecml) -r i' i, I?ik".
f, N. H. Oi a t! r. one of .Pln'mliff" Alt nu ys In
t'.o at ve cniiilcil c iu.se, e rtify the foregoing to
ou a true eojy of the otUtnul siniini ti a in l
eiue. ' N. II. t It.VNOn.
jT iV V E AirpOOiADLI!"
NEW YEAR'S EVENING,
For tic Benefit of the SaVasta Schools
of the c tv.
I l f ntiA.n
.1 UlliilJl lUlllJll'JU IS LilllllllU IU .111.
supper 11 ill le Served bj I.a.iit s.
Tor wfcieh a mnj. rut-.' charo will b.i nittilc.
Tle prtw iU nn t- ! divid d rqitally nui-m
li t'ir.,-8 Sa'ib-t'i ?c'v-l f Al'-any fur tbe j'.ir
i h i.o of I". n-.k f r t'i ir L:tr;rii'.
tfi Conrriliuti.-n-' will le th inkfully rv eived.
and cm L 1 -'.t nt thr C r! H. nsi; during Montlav.
Albnnr. li e. TO, lrG3.
lllAJ JJll iliui tu vVU lilLill.
OR AniHT THE IG1U OF! , tl ".'
U. JAN LA.tV. Hi- arM;., ,r,P.fjalr; JVa!!, Joo a alni
TI1K LArAIC'ITC COt'KISSR.
T ; f r TM:f'- Li,,crr
tii..ii!r r nvii It 11 artr.Tnfi' n,l il I'nil ilu?
truth, we ?! nl! iu itlii r t w re t t h .- i i-lit mr ih
Im't. bat at ail t':ai Ue f.iiiiJ b.-st li n r lbr Oo'.ni-
,i ! i ...l.r t - t..i,. n m .a;.,.
. ... . -'-..3 .
si:il Jt k.ti. nut! ni tlia 3iv3 ai-J la-itjls uf the
b.u r Jjvs if Ue R t ulUv.
J. II. UPTON.
W. J. BOWMAN.
L.. ; c t -. TVp. ?0, 1SG3.
v ' t lv
C. S. BARNEY,
i Empire Hotel, Albany, Ogn.,
M05DAY ETESIiVG, JA"V. I,1S6G.
! T.V i.e-t.-.-m.-n tir pnitc:r r.-ia?t-l to inrit.-
t i-at. nlaiie-.i a!! lh ir l..ilv aio'iaiiiunif.
j . "-! ''--
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L. St. T A1Ti'.5n . J. n. ItOLMAS
Heal Estate, Commorcil "ar)d
General Inclllerrncc and Col
OFFICE Xo. 50 PioB'fr Block, Front Street.
1 rrtaiid. t'c. 0. l-fii.
ic 4 Pai'.i n. the Ticture Galltry will be closed
tor a few wo'.-rs.
D j iwtW will be given of the time of the re
openin? cf ihs (Jallery.
Per 'tis who have had a'tlinps for pictures
!:itt:!y ran nbtnin tSe photngravhs, eampltted and
ready for delivery, bv railing oon.
.THOMPSON i PAXT0N.
Alhanr. Dep. T.O, 1805.
s. hcki-at d. s. m'lesxbt
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
Farticilor tt-t'on given ta Land
Clsims and Land Titles.
Or.-jr in City. Orn.. Dec. 20, 1SG5.
FAIR C3ElOlxTI NOTICE.
SHAREHOLDERS In the Cap
it.il f?ti ck O mia:iy. lor ih ; paip ise of ecur
mg a pe.-tnatient t'ar Gruund (near Albany) fur
L:eo cnuitr. are r.qn. at.d to nut nt tlie Court
II. um in Alba iy, on TUESDAY, JAXUAP.Y 9.h,
at 1 o'elork. P. St., for tUe purpose cf orguuixing
A. IIACKLKM KN. I Subscription
JOIIX BA11B.0WS, J CuCBiaittee.
, Albany, Do?. 20, 1805.
VfOTICE IS I5EREKY GITE!
that there will be n in.ctin of tbe losil Vo
ter "f So'iool Pis't i- t. No. 5, lAtn entin'r. Orernn.
at the School II u?c, nn SATURDAY. JANUARY
0, 1SG0, at 2 o'clovk, f r thj purposo of Kvyin? a
tux to r pair and cnlarsre... vie. DisUict fachool
House. By ordtr of t' e Dir"otov(.
E. At FREELAND, CTcrk.
Albany. Deo- 23. 15.
BANK EXiIAFE I
WM. GIRD, PROPRIETOR !
rpziis popclau saloox-is In
U-danoj of iU ate ' nuptial: ed Proprietor assure to
-vory gust tbe ni :8t prompt and satUfuot ry at
tention iu tTcry thing whicSt the bouse ailords, to
eat.rtuin thj ruind aud give ibocr to the body.
. Tbu Billiard S.iloon is provided with splendid
Of the l.itcit approved siylj, with all tao boat im
prrcuitfUta. ; THE BAB.
Is alwsyi eupplicd with tba very beat
CIGARS, : --';.-. . :
and "SO FORTH."
lis alio has on band always ready for customers,
Di;ec t fn.in Yuquiua Bay, aekuowkdged by cpi
curct to be suj-Ciijr to any oysters found tdscwherc
n tha coab'u
Diah.d up ia the b,st gtyU, with " trimmings."
ST Tbo Saloon is on tbe uor;hwest corner o
thj bi'ick next east to that 'in which Springer's
PaciGo U. tel stands. . ,
Albany, N.r. 25, 1SG5.
If you want Salt Cheap, or anything
aisj in tjo grocery l.n, jut come alung a4d
fi iH I will sell, ; J. pHJBAPJJfc
GOOD NVAVH FOR
j. ri.i:ts-nxrn. ism. :;tsrn.
J. FLEISC.HNER & CO.
4 RK TIM. AT TIUJIl OL!
i'V STAN II, Coin r of li;;-t im.l V naUi.il'JU
Where tbi-y ore selling their larije uud well MicrtO'l
.'hcaicr Ciannnj-flthcr JIoikc
Our fiiof'it coiiH's'a i,f
Dry fiexxls nnd rorercK, of all kinds,
Ileadj' 3I(Io Clothing,
Hoots and ShooH,
IJais r.ud C:iji, lie.
tiltj nnl Crockery TVare,
Iniii1'4 mul Oils.
Ilardwtir', iils, fic.
In faft, rvery'.hii th" Funii'r rivK ,A!1 tf
wiiii li wo will i'Jci l;::n;;e for all kiti'1. of ss
At III? Iillict market rrioc. Vte ironld not rtfutt
If Yo-a don't belieTo V7o ara Selling'
Cheap, cell and b;c.
an?? J. FLEISC 1INKR 4 ro.
F.. O. Frtnt LAvn. j ('.. T. Smti ""Mirt:.
PTnii'i ivn c. erTTi ruirn i
ALU ANY. Oil EG OX,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
(ilcisq, Kerosene OH.:.
I iAtl' Uliirixt x jLi.4XJ ovJAro.
jSurgoom? flue Toilet and olher;
Csriullv t-iiii'i CKi:u-J. Mi l i.k!s
iZa& atieutlc-i l-i Wilis Cars ad li-l-it!- Z f
Will Sn4 cr.r ttci.k of JueaUiuM eimj)!ets, rat-
rai-.trd jj-t:u.ne. ana of tue l-?r ijua'.isj
Our ,t.;r8 i ia tl Fir, Trf trri-koa First
A!barr. H. V,
OUR BUSINESS ENLARGED!!00 ta11ki'
n. oiiteis. s. s. XASsoia.
OLIVER &, MARK HAM,
ALB AN yTo li KG ON.
J 1STEW STORE I
j . ;
Ivirr irnMnill I 1 TTrVTIil'
. mr . ...... - - -
ti il.e !a.i tU.it
we bv h.veiil ml l. !
, I'e.tc'i '.it. mid tare rem i f 1 fr in unr !:it :
:anj tu 13 i srse ar.fi ijd? ri-jr !:i'. :r tcujjici
v .1.... r i , -.il . '
fiiend and eutvBier and ibe pnb'U' gm .-rally.
AsJ w iha'.l kf-p evostautly vti huui a gtntrai
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
CEOTIII.G, BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAFS.
Orerery dsscrlption and of tbe best and la!1'
HARDWARE, CROCKERY GLASSWARE.
FAMI IjY G R O C ERI ES !
Which we will sell
As L,oit ns Any Store lu Town.
A liberal tbare of pairtsnngo is ri??pcctfu!!y solicited.
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT,
of the best assortment ai:d quaiitks always on liacJ.
OLIVKR A MARK HAM.
Albany; December 9, ISOi.
MACHINE' - SHOP !
A. F. CHERRY,
HAVING PlRCIIA.SII Till EX
tin intnt in t ie ALUANY FOUNDRY
Ai O MACHINE SHOP, I am
Prepared lo Furnish
WROUGHT ANO CAST IRON WORK
Of every description, on short notice. Also,
All 0rdi.rs for
Will ba filled with dispatch, and iu a satisfactory
Manufactured to order, and particular attention
paid to Repairs.
All kinds of
done to order on short nrtice
A. F. CHERRY,
Albany, September 16, 1SC5. --
milE TRUSTEES OF THE
JL ateranamed Institution of L-nrninj. at a
niveang b ;ld (nviitnrday, Nor. 11. l.S6.-rc-or?an-i-.cd
the School, by-the einplnymcnt of Rev. W. A.
FIjJLEY, AB.. as Prjsid'T.t, and R. N. Arm
BTjloso. Estj., Professor of Mathematics.
Tho Profess irs barin-'tit r?o of tha Instifntion.
pledge thcuifcHes to dewt.- untiring atten
tion to the interests of the pupils placed under
their supervision. ...
All the branches of learning nsnallv tannt in
Colle.a will receive special attention when dasired.
The Trustees intend t make the C irvallb Col-
le-o a FIRST CLASS INSTITUTION of learning,
worthy tue patronage of all friends of education.
RATES OF TUITION
. FOR SESSION OF 5 MONTHS:
Prixart Branches $!O.GO
PllEPAltaTOBT, DITTO. ....... 12.50
Advanced, ditto 15.00
I.ncidextal Expenses 5 cents per week.
Of those Krinar out of tho County, payment re-
quired iuvariahlv in advance. Those in the City
uud County, one half ia advance, tha balance at
tho close ot the Sessnm.
SJ-Fpr further particulars address the Presi
deut, Ret. W. A. F1.v1.15y. Corvallis, i)regdnt or
- il. CAXTERBt'RY,
President Bjard of Trustees.
te-cinbcr 2, 1S63. 17-tf ; i .:
NOW IS A CSOOO TIME TO SET
Uj up. W will taUd WHKAT aud OATS
u te highest Cash price, on ail accouuu due us
or casa will do Just as welt.
(1001) NEWS MJOOI) NEWS !
COR COUNTRY ISSAYED FOREVER I
RALLY! RALLY! ONE AMD ALL
orro-rn: run oi-tic e.
J k t.z:vz: ro Ersrops tss;:
1. 1 I .. .t .)i.,i ;i.,-Vs ni Mr-r ;i:ii;i'!e
vtr l-i-.i:;-!.t l i thi. .'.L-ik-.t. direct !V.,isi Xivt
y.iik mi l h-ja Fiaueuc-7. oasistiu of every d.;
LADIES', CHILDRCN'G, GENTS'
AND EOYS' DRESS AND
fa-.ii :tl f
DelsiitiCH, C;hii?rfs. Jsohuirs,
C!crtnatii! t'iiii'i, .'Iit'!i(i:i!i!to,
tiltiiill IT:? ill, XVIlU'C-JM,
IJflJiiijrp, Poplins, Silks,
L I'rit-e, JlerittOH, Aipm as, j
fihI-i, i ioth Cioks, li wod,
Ovsxccp.ta cr All Hints.
LINEN K SHIETS,
MEIUN'O AN'P COTTON SOCKS.
s,!AKr:R T LAN NFL I" N I EI: S 1 51 T.T S AND
SII.K VKTT nVKTVcmtT
SILK A N'T) ME P. I NO ANP COTTON GLOVES, S
LOOTS AND SHOE? OF ALL KINDS. i
. , . ,
Faints, Oils, tend,
Looliiug Glasses, Carpels,
wan rwPcp, on cloths,
Vi iudorr Shatlcs, Curlaitis.
IlardHsre, Tool. Table aad i'oeliet
. i .
Crockery, nil Iiintis,
Ar.d many c?ber articles, t-o cnmcr&us to teer.Uoa.
TIIEIIIGIirST IniCE PAID FOtt
if every description.
Come and Examine 52y Stocli
llcfore Purciiaslng Elsewlicre.
m- NEW BRICK STORE ! "S
Oppcsita the Pest Office, Albany.
L. STERN BACH.
Albany, Sept. 30. 1S63.
LOOK AT THIS!
GOODS BELOW COST!
KOIIN & KICE
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
IXTEXDIJVG TO I5ETIK5 TO
tiic :5latv3 as tarty as practicable, we are deter
CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE NEW STOCK,
M'hiih we brought on here in tha Spring,
AT BELOW COST.
We wish the public to give us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we assure them we will oEer
bargains fur Cash or any kind of
Call at onr Store in Nat. II. Lane's old staa d,
under Cranor & Helm's Law OiTieo.
KOIIN A RICE.
Albany, October 23, 1SC5.
J. C SPXlHriGEi;, - Proprietor.
TniS LONG ESTABLISHED, LARGE, C0M
m jiiiuus and well furnished house is main
tained as a
First-Class Interior Hotel,
For tha entertainment of regular boarders and
transient guests." .
Thi bouse was almost entirely re-bnilt last year
and thoron-hlv ro-furaished wilh NEW BEDS
Beddins and 1'urnUure.
Is provided with every substantial and rare
with every substa
treat of the seasons. - :
Ara Comtnodious and well ventilated. Prompt
aud caret ul attendance is assured to guests..
The California Stage Company's mail coaches
come to and go from tha Hatch Charges moderate.
Albany, August litn, I860. augutr
PL. ANING wiiiili !
J. 33- O 03six,E"S--ALBANY,OREGON.
I HAVE ALWAYS OJ IIAXD,
or will Manufacture to order, every style of
' DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
ai the saore..o notice and lowest posi-iulo charges.
Boards Matched and Planed.
IVork executed in a stylo not surpassed by any
Shop in tbe State.
j&- T.Tie Mill is ia the lower part of the town,
ou the rivjr bank, at tho oornors of the joining
claims of the Monlittbs and Uackleman.
, . J. B. COMLEY.
Albany, Septeoaber 20, 1865,
THE LOWESTPRICES OL
THE WEW STORE f
WITH EHTIFtELY KEV GOODS ,
J' is; it iirtoTitrit iiAVixct
jus t r -.Uihti'-h'A t:.rllifc 1 vts ill thfl
NEW BRICK STORE,
r'ljp'j'-.e t':c ll't;n trcn G J!etr, on First ltrt,
IX AOiA.W, OIICGO.V,
T.ilie j r.rr: In aimr.unMtig t the jitslilso tit
!! -y ar? n 't in ruculpt ( t!i
- t utESSITE, BEST SELECTED STOCi
' GEfJERAL MERCHANDISE
r.ri-r i rou';!.t to th's j.lo";, which tby will icll M
low ns eny '.tier b'ue. We aiU particular attea
tloa to cur stock of -
in of l'.e Latett Stylw of
wrr"i C;0!?, Foulard,
French 3Ieriiso Deittlne, '
Krondrloih', C'ttssluierel, ;
l'lajincIof all kind.
pri:,t, American, English nd
French, of evcrr j le.
'A most I3!eirtr;t' and complete icrtaent
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,.?
SAQLT..?. CIRCULARS,. ..-vr
Ti'ALKIXO BASQUES, .
II0SI2F.T, GLOVES, IUEE0N3, UAUZ
I MKTS, ai;d ehies rps&wimas, ,
KOOP SKIRTS, jEALMOKALS,
I U&T3 Htm EOriKETS.
ICHiLDREN AKD YOUTHS' CLOTHING
i 't fvcry p titcra avid Taric-ty.
jfiCSTS' f LGTKI5G A5D FtRXISflHG GOODS,
0 tlis la: -.' !v!es, fabtics aad fasaioni.
Coot end Shoe.
I ...Ai-ss... 't
A oini'.k-is a&d rrlsd ftcek ef r
Croclicry and Glassware,
Carpets and Oilcloths,
Cufiery and tlardRare,
I:sir.l- and Oil, dr.
Ve will take ertry ip??:e ef
Atyl f jr it tus biglit market pric.
KOJIN A LROTHER.
Al.ii!j, Oe:. il, 1835. -.
S. 15. TSie aamcrons friends of
?. r.OSLN, of tee late firm of A. Schlasw! 4 Co.,
MrH! fi'icl hies at ottr Store, prei.sred to wait on ha
,,u frit..;i U ftnd fornter wavu. K. k LRO.
i crillf-iR (IFF ! F.FillNR DFF1
l - rrr "KXTr-TS TXT t
; OOU,U vU W V-'xvxxa.i
Frost Strqst. ard Ho. 5 Washington
Etrctt, Peitlard. .
TIte E,rcstt Most General, and
Most Splemlisl Assort mwil or
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
LETTER. PRESSES) &C,
ON THE PACIFIC COAST, . -
2,000 Go! Peas, tea dc by Mabie 4 Todd, and by
others: warranted gold ; ' r
JJOO riiotorajih Albums, leantiftil ss9ortmet ;
5.000 Quirts Blank Books, Rcusia, bf bound, Ac;
500 Lct er and Seal Presses, and Eyelet Cuttart;
6K) Volnroes Medical and Law Books;
lO.fiCO Novels, assorted, paper covers ; - ; . -,-
5,000 NuvcU, cloth binding.
An Immense Assortment f
Spe"ers, Readers, Grammars, Aritbmetia ; - v
Geography, Algvbra, Speakers, Latin. Greek ; .
Hebrew, Gorman, Freneh. Spanish, Welch, ?
Histories, Travels, Memoirs, Mathematics, ., ;
Also, a Large Assortment of
RICHLY BOUND H
Bibles, Prayer and Iljmin UtocSff
Webster's. Walter's, and Johnson' Diatioaariwf
Lippincctt's Pronouneing Gazotccr ; . .
piur's and Ttsrien 'a French ; -
Anthon's end Andrews' Latin ;
Adler's and OUendnrfTs German. BansU'a Spaszt;
History, Biosrraphy. and Natural History '
It. i;c:..",ii5 worki and Sacred Classics:
Standard Fiction. Science, Arts, Toy Books J ' "t
Belles Lfttres, Gift Boohs, Miscellaneous; '
Siitn.t.ril rijW-s. Arr-liitoetnre. Mechanics : : .
Voyages and Travels Encyclopedias, 'Text Books
School ana toileziate liaons, iiaps. vaaro ,
Theology, Juvenile Books; V' -
Bibles aad Prayer Books ; r
Poetry and the Drama, Modern Classics; .
Mechanics' Text Books and Pocket Corapaaict; l
Atlases, Globes, and PeItnS Map, &.
Consitting of ' . f -r
Music and ilasteal Instruments, Bird C ;tf f4
Brashes of all kinds, Twine. Mmillsiga, 8t .mf i f
Fish Lines an I Hooks, Reels, Poles and Baki
Flairs. TOvs. Mai9iir.es. Inkstands. Steel Pecat
Baaketa of all kinds, Powdi r Flasks, Shot Blti
Drawing Instrnments, Drawing Paper, reneiisrr
Chcss Boads and Men, Checker Boards aud Mat;
Backeammon Boards. Dice Rod Boxes, Domincei
Playing and Visiting Cards, Perforated Paper;: .
Optra, Quartz, Magnifying and Telescopic Glasses
Baby Carriscs, Hobby Horses, Ac., 4c., 4c
All for sale at the very towest prices. t
N. B.- Particular attention given to " -;
orders From the Interior.
Portland. Novembor 16, 1S85. . i - i
; . : ; . .
JOHN FEUGrsonv i
(OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAUF0EJJIA.)'';
Will attend in person to the , . . ,
Prosecution of Claims Arising ia Orejoa
nad California, - r
And to the Settlement of Accounts witi the
STATE. TREASURY. WAR. NAVY ANO FffST OFFICE
DEPARTMENTS. '. ...
IN THE INDIAN BUREAU. LAND CR PATENT OFFICE.
Persons having business can have it promptly
attsnded to, and obtain information from time W
time, if desired. , . " ;
Apobess . 476 SEVESTE STREET,
WASHINGTON CITY D, C. a2S
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFOR35
existinar between A. F. Chebbt and Jo
Last iu the Foundry business bas been this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The business wiiL
be ooatinucd hereafter by A. F. Chebrt in bit own
name, who will pay all debts of 4h late firm, and
will collect and receipt for all debts dae the same.
A. P. CHERPsY,
Albaay.Deo 9.1S65. J0BN EAST. '
CASH PAID FOR WITCAT AJfO
OATS, by J. FLEISCHNE& A CO.
rr TOXS OF SALT, FOB SALTfi
dJ chea-p, by J. FLElSSlER COv