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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
Ban Francisco j al Tender rates
rew York Goi-otations...
iLiiiu Coontygeachers Institute.
, The following arrangements have been
made for the Seaii- Annual Meeting of the
Linn County Teachers' Institute, to bo held
at Scio, beginning on the 2Cth day of Decem
ber, 1SG6 :
Orthogrtph j and Orthoepy, N. Ilendryx ;
English Grammar, Prof. Flinn ; Elocution,
P. M. Martin $ Penmanship, J. C. Arnold ;
Mental Arithmetic, P. II. Wigle; Practical
Arithmetic, W. II. Ainidon ; Algebra, M.
W. Mack; Geography, D.'M. Cooper; Read
ing, A. J. Olin ; School Government, D. A.
Scott. ' ' - ' ' .. .'.
Effsayi are promised by A. M. Brock and
W. Winning. Bev. J B. Oallotf ay and P.
M. Martin trill deliver appropriate lectures.
Arrangements vrill be made to accommo
date teachers, and others that may be in at
tendance, free of charge. Let every teacher
in the county be present, that we may have
an interesting time.
All who take an interest in the progress of
education' and the general diffusion of knowl
edge, are respectfully invited to attend.
TV J. sV CRAWFORD,
- , A. D. McMlCHAEL,
C. A. FERGUSON.
L'rcicx. We notice that, in some of our
peighboring towns, Lyceums are in full and
successful operation. Why cannot the citi
zens of Albany also have a Lyceum? It
cannot be said, with truth, that there is not
talent sufficient here to carry it cn success
fully. Let us have one. Everybody is con
vinced of the utility , and good effects of a
well conducted Lyceum. It would, there
fore; be a useless waste of time for us to
write a labored article in favor of Lyceums.
Let us have one immediately. The evenings
now" are long, and one each week might be
used for such a purpose wtth great advantage
to all who might participate, either as audit
ors or actors.
Since the above was in type, we have been
consulted upon the same subject by sev
eral citizens, and have been requested to
name next Thursday evening (13th inst.),
and tie Albany school house, as a time and
place of holding a meeting to take into
consideration the organisation of such an in
stitution. We trust there will be a good at
tendance of all those interested in such an
- Douthit's Gasc-Plow. We have had
the pleasure of inspecting the model of a
papst-plow the invention of J. H. Diratb.it,
Esq., living about twelve miles southeast of
Albany, in Linn county and for which a
patent has been grantdd. Although we have
seen several gang-plows at work, on sundry
oecasims, we yet do n;it profess to be a very
competent judge as to their relative merits ;
but that the gang-plow of which Mr. Dout
hit is the jnventfr possesses many excellent
points over others, is evident to the most casu
al observer. Mr. D. informs us that he has
had one in use on his farm during the two
last seasons, and that it works admirablv.
He is now negotiating with certain parties
for their manufacture. There is nothing to
prevent having them manufactured in Al
bany. We have the shops, and the foundry,
and the workmen. The only fear we have
is that they cannot compete successfully with
the Portland foundries.
Citt Election. The Albany city elec
tion for city officers came off last Monday,
and resulted in electing the Radical ticket by
majorities ranging from six to thirteen.
Some of our friends were quite certain we
would be victorious. We hoped we would
be ; but did not believe it. because Albany
has been the stronghold of Radicalism in
Iirm county. We are well satisfied with the
result, considering the circumstances. We
had intended, in case the Democracy were
successfulf to parade our rooster; but as it
is, we had to Wntent ovrself with merely
bringing him out,1 taking a good look at him,
And nuttincr him ud &rain hrst Diuckinz a
g- T eTO - w
tail-feather for a memento. He is a beauti
ful bird, but he can't scratch gravel nor
crow any till about a year hence.
Sxcosd Growth. One day this week, C
Pv Barkhart, living three miles east of this
city, placed on our table five pears, all of the
second grencth. They were plucked from a
limb which blossomed while the first crop
of pears were ripening. We have eaten one
of the pears (of the second crop), and it
tastes very pear-like. It was about as large
as a good-sized hen's-egg, ripe, and of a yel
low color. Scarcely a day passes but we see
something which convinces us that Oregon
is, on many accounts, one of the greatest
and most singular countries on. the globe.
Cixjtbixo. We would advise those want
ing complete outfits of the. latest styles of
clothing, to call at ihe-etore of W. W. Par
rish & Co., where they t;an be suited in suits
at suitable prices. These gentlemanly mer
chants have a general and extensive assort
ment of all kinds of goods usually found in
a first-class retail store. Peruse their 'ad"
in another column, and don't fail to treat
.yourself or .your 'frow" (?) to a Christmas
present from their store.
Gone to Sax Francisco. Last Tuesday
Jemmy Wood, George Settlemier, Isaac
Conn, D. M. Thompson and John Parker all
left Albany together for San Francisco. We
believe they design spending two or three
months in that city. We trust they may
have a pleasant and safe journey thither
ward, and that in due time they may be re
turned to their friends in Albany.
Law Firx. We take pleasure in direct
ing the attention of those interested to the
law card of Messrs. Lawrence & Semple, of
Portland, in this paper. We are personally
acquainted with these gentlemen, and would
recommend tbcm to our readers as capable,
both in ability and integrity, to transact all
kind of business in the line of their profes
The RAiN'S.The drenching and heavy
rains which, for some days past, have been
falling, Lave caused the Willamette river to
rise quite rapidly, and it is .now in good boat
ing order- 2 ' ' " '
Died of His AVousds. Mr. Holeyboes,
the man of whom we made mention in our
last issue as having been seriously injured
by having the limb of a tree fall on his
head, wo learn died last Friday week from
the effects of the injuries he received.
Lost nis Boots. A friend of ours, an
over-sanguine Democrat bet his boots the
pair he had on that the Democratic ticket
would be elected. Losing his bet, the friend
with whom he wagered met him next morn
ing, and claiming the boots, our friend haul
ed them off and gave tbem: to him in the
streets. This is what is termed honorable
betting. We do not approve of betting, but
if men do bet, let him who loses come to the
scratch like a man.
Mechanics, Inventors and Mannfactnrtrs.
The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is the largest
and most widely circulated journal of its class in
this country. Each number contains sixteen
pages, with numerous illustrations. The numbers
for a year make two volumes ef 416 pages each.
It also contains a full account of all the principal
inventions and discoveries of the day. Also, val
uable illustrated articles npon Tools and Machin
ery used in Workshops, Manufactories, Steam and
Mechanical Engineering, Woolen, Cotton, Chemi
cal, Petroleum, and all other Manufacturing In
teres U. Also, Fire-arms, War Implements, Ord
nance, War Vessels, Railway Machinery, Electric,
Chemical, and Mathematical apparatus, Wood and
Lumber Machinery, Hydraulics, Oil and Water
Pumps, Water Wheels, eta, Household, Horticul
tural, and Farm ImplemecU this latter Depart
ment being very full and f great value to Farm
ers and Gardeners articles embracing every de
partment of Popular Scieice, which every body
can understand and which every body likes to
read. ., ,
Also, Reports' of Scientific Societies, at home
and abroad, Patent Law Detisions and Discussions,
Practical Recipes, etc. It also contains an official
List of all the Patent Claims a special feature of
great value to Inventors anl owners of Patents.
Published Weekly, two velames each year, com
mencing January and Jnly.
Per annum $3 00
Six months k 1 50
Ten capies for one year J5 00
Canada subscriptions, 2$ cents extra. Speci
men copies sent free. Address -
MUXN & CO., Publishers,
No. 37 Park Row, New Yerk City.
Messrs. MUXN A CO. hare bad twenty yean
experience in procuring Patents for New Inven
tions. Inventors who may Bare such business to
transact can reeeive, free, a'i needful advice how
ALB.IXY PRICES CUIIKEXT.
Albasy, Saturday, December 8, 1SC6.
The following are the prices paid for Produce,
and the prices at which other articles are selling
in this market :
Wheat white, per bushel, 60 cts.
Oats per bushel. 2530 ets.
Potatoes per bushel, 6275.
Onions per bushel. $1 25.
Flour per bbl, $ 00.
Butter per pound, 3o37j cts.
Egsrs per dozen, 37$ cts.
Chickens per doien, $3 SO.
Peaches dried, per pound, 15 cts.
Pork per pound, 67cts.
Beef ou foot. 45 ets.
Mutton, per pound, 12J cents.
Soapper pound, 5 cts.
Fall Los Angelos, per pound, 2 cts.
Syrup per gallon, 5)0 (a, $1 CO.
Tea Young Hvon, per pound, $1 00.
" Black, 75ii$l 00.
' Japan, $1 12.
Sag-ar crushed, per pound, 1720 cts.
" Island. 1012.
" Sea 14 cts.
Coffee pur pound, 2830 cts.
Nails cut, per pound. 91(a19 cts.
White Lead pure, per keg. $1 00T3,5 00.
Linseed Oil boiled, per gallon, $1 752 00.
Turpentine per gallon. $1 752 60.
Domestic brown, 2026 cts.
Hickory striped, per yard, 30 cts.
Bed Ticking per yard, 3050 cts.
Blue Drilling per yard, 25(H) 30 cts.
Flannels per yard, 62J75 ets.
Print fast color., per yard, 1320 ets.
Rifle Powder, per pound. 75$1 00.
Candle? best, per pound, 30(33 ets.
Rice China, per pound, 14 15 cts.
Tobacco per pound, 75$1 00.
Salaeratns per pound, 1415 cU.
3SS Jledicnl Advice DR. WM. K. DO
UERTY'S Medical and Surgical Institute is be
coming a sine qua non to the welfare of our state
and health of our citizens; and his rapidly spread
ing reputation, although it may excite surprise, is
but the signal of skill, and follows as the natural
effect of sueb a cause. We are personally acquaint
ed witn gentlemen who have suffered forycars nn
der chrome disease, and who had taken advant
age of every available means that promised relief,
but without success, until they called upon Dr.
Doherty, who, in an incredibly short space of time
has given them entire relief. It is gratifying to
announce this fact, because the Doctor is a gen
tleman who seeks, not by defamation of others, to
establish his reputation, or to rear the superstruc
ture ot his own upon the rum of an another s fame
ine uoctor conducts bis Institute m such a man
ner that must be gratifying to all his patients.
He examines, advises and recommends without
charge, and the patient, after hearing hia terms
for treatment, can accept or reject at bleasure. In
no case does the Doctor make a charge unless he
effects a cure. This he is able to do, because he
feels the confidence which lone experience has giv
en, and no doubt the consolation which appertains
to that confidence. Persons afflicted with either
accute or chronic diseases, would do well to con
suit him. For consultation he asks no fee, nor
docs he insist on obedience te his advice unless the
patient placee himself under his care. II is offices
are on Sacramdato street, opposite the Pacific Mail
Steamship office. S. F. 2ews.
rrHE UNDERSIGNED HAS DULY MADE
I proof of the last will, ad taken out let
ters testimony npon the estate of -Arthur W,
Worth, late of the County of Linn and State of
Oregon, deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate, or against the firm of Worth
Bro., of which firm said deceased was late
member, will present them, with the propervouch
ers, within six months from the date hereof, at
mv store, in Peoria, Linu County, Oregon ; an
all persons knowing themselves indebted to th
deceased, or to the firm -of Worth A Bro, will
please make prompt settlement.
JOHN Q, A. WORTH,
Dated Nov. 19th, !S66.nl54w
SIRS JACKSON & SIRS. DUNIWAY,
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS
BOWETS, HATS, RIBBONS,
Laces, Cloaks, Gloves, Hose, &e7 kt, kt
BLEACHING 'AND PRESSING
Done on short notice, and at
The Most Reasonable Prices
-ST0RE at the Corner of First and Broad
Albiu Streets, Albany, Oregon.
SHINGLES for sale by
(au25) R. CHE A DTK.
WAIVXEB. EGGS, JAWS,
fASU paid on
delivery,' for any amount of
J Eggs, by
Persons or sedenlary. Labiti troubled wift weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of
appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, eonstL
pation, Ac, desert to infer if they will aot try
the edebrat.4 PLANTATION BITTERS, which
are now recomraenaea dj iu etgnesi meaicai au-
thorities, and warranted te produce aa immediate
beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable,
perfectly pure, and must supercede all other ton
ics where a healthy,, gentle stimulant is required.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are aa antidote to change ef woiet tad
diet. -. . . ;
They strengthen the system aad ealivea the
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity ef the stom
ach.. 7 . , . ,
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
ache. V " . ' ' "" ':
They make the weak strong, the languid bril
liant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer.
hey are composed of the celebrated Calisyabark,
wintergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all pre
served in perfectly pure CU Croix rum. For par
ticulars, see circulars and testimonial around
each bottle. '
Beware of impostors. Examine every bottle.
See that it has oui privateU. S. stamp unmutila-
tcd over the cork, with plantation scene, and ear
ignature on a fine steel plate side labeL See that
our bottle is not refilled with spurious and delete
rious stuff. Any person pretending to sell Plan
tation Bitters by the gallon or ia bnlk, la an im-
poster.. Any person imitating this bottle, or sell
ing any other material therein, whether called
Plantation Bitters or not, is a criminal under the
U. S. Law, and will b so prosecuted by us. The
demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters, from la
ics, clergymen, merchants, to., U incredible.-
The simple trial of a bottle ia the evidence we
present of their worth and superiority. They are
sold by all respectable druggists, grooers, physi
cians, bote's, saloons, steamboats en 4 country
stores. P. H. DRAKE A CO.
Barnes' Slaaolia Water.
A toilet delight! The Udiea treaxtnre and gen
tlemen's boon I The "sweetest thing'' and largest
quantity. ' Manufactured from the rich Southern ;
Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and person.
to render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent erup
tions, to perfume cioihiug, Ae. ,
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration. I
It removes redness, tan. blotches, Ac.
It cures nervous headache and allays inflamma
It cools, softens and adds delicacy to the skin.
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume.
It cures musqueto b:tee and stings of insects.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
It is what every lady s'uould have. Sold every
where. Try the Magnolia Water once and yon
will use no other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet
Water afterwards. DEMAS BARNES A CO.,
Props. Exclusive Agents, N. Y.
Sold by ail Druggists and Dealers on the Pacif
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents hair turning gray and falling off.
It restores hair upon prematurely bald heads.
Ti is is inst what Lvon's Kathairon will do. It
is pretty it Is cheap durable. It is literally
sold by the car-load, and yet its almost incredi
ble demand is daily increasing, until there is hard
ly a country store that does not keep it, or a fa mi
ly that doe not nse it. -
K. THOMAS I.YOX. Chemist, w. Y.
Icon's Extract Ginger.
Lyon's Extract of Pure Jamaica Ginger for
Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache,
tnoiera iMOrpns, flatulency, 4c, where a warm-
. .i;.n..innf . nn;,j r.i ,.r..i ...-..
'a .1,.- . -u .
nut. cuuid ui a iv o it. ik vuciii iiuu rvuaujt ar
ticle for culinary purposes.
50 cts per bottle. Ask for
tract. Take no other.
Sold everywhere, at
"Lvon's" Pure Ex-
tyon's FIpa Powder
The effect of Lyon's Magnetic Inseot Powdef is
almost instantaneous death to evervthinir. of the
insect species. Fleas, particularly, cannot live
whore it is.
It is most wonderful in this respect,
bcina entirely harmless to the human fmilr.
many worimess imuauons are onere. Jle partic-
r , i - ...IT
uiar ana receive none Dut ijyon s. tinoix naslt oi
the Pennine hears tht Bitrnatnrft f V. T.n .ml
the stamp of Demas Barnes A Co.
. " " "
Have you a hurt child or a lame horse 1 Use
the Mexican Mustang Liniment
For cuts, sprains, burns, swellings and caked
breasts, the Mexican Mustang Liniment is a ccr-
For rheumatism, neuralgia, stiff joints, stings
and bites, there is nothing like the Mexican Mus
For spavined horses, the poll-evil, ringbone and
sweeney, the Mexican Mustang Liniment never
fails. - '
For wind-galls, scratches, big-head and splint,
the Mexican Mustang Liniment is worth its woight
Cuts, bruises, sprains and swellings, arc so com
men and certain to occur m every family, that a
bottle of this Liniment is the best investment that
can be made. '
It is more certain than the doctor it saves time
in sending for the doctor it is ehettpor than the
doctor and should never be dispensed with.
"In lifting tbe kettle from the fire, it tippod over
and scalded my hands terribly. The
Mustang Liaiment extracted the pain, caused the
sore to heal rapidly, and left very little sear.
CIIAS. FOSTER, 420 Broad St., Philada.
Mr. S. Litch, of Hyde Park, Vt,, writes: " My
horse was considered worthless, (spavin) but since
the nse of the Mustang Liniment, I have sold him
for $150. Your Liniment is doing wonders up
All genuine is wrapped in steel plate engravings,
signed, G. W. "Westbrook, Chemist, and also has
the private U. S. stamp of Demas Barnes & Co
over the top. Look closely Sold by -all Drug
gists, at 29, oo ets, asa i uo. s8 vza 17
A D YE RTISE3IENTS.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer la
IRON AND STEEL,
auk', K2a' & RklOaltJl'i Tsli.
thixblc, mm in m xpmgs,
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Albany, Linn Count jr.Os'a.
. r .
. reG nGer.
. t e G n i n G r .
. r e G n i 1 1 h 1 1 i n G r .
.reGnllthg t ghtliDGer.
r e G n i 1 1 1 1 n G e r .
Let yon trouble yonr braia
In lulvinjc thi-i ri'ldle.
Cotntnenre with the capital
K. in tbe middle.
Read up if yon ebooe,
Or to tbe rigbt at your ease,
To tbe left like th Jewa,
Or dewn like Chinese.
Hi price are lower,
His atock more complete
Than any other More
Found en Front street.
So An not delay.
But Srine on yonr eah,
Your country produce
And all kind of trash.
For be'll pell better groceries,
And more, for the ftd,
Than auyotber dealer
Thi side of Portland.
Corner Perry and Front streets, Albany, O'gn,
Cor. TCasMaffton ami F"irst St&,
IlftriDff bern thorouebly refitted, b
nn .n Tni ftK ainnm mrMiBtinn OT.
ihTiraveline public. The table will apeak tor it-
self. Neat and comfortable beds and rooms for
patrons, Ae. v -
RATES OF BOARD:
Per week 5 00
Per week, with lodging - 00
Single meals - 60
na - o
Meals all hours.
nol01S661y. W. K. MAUZEY, Proprietor
DROAD ALBIN ST.. BETWEEN let AND 2d,
EPPIIVCE1X & CO.,
V.-, Have just opened
At tbe abore luenlioned place, antl "will always
I a a . i ttivttt iinin. -irt.llH lfJIIlTT
fceep on nana me Disi iit nft"
BEEF, MUTTON, POM, SAUSAGE,
And all kiads ef Cared Heata.
I A Liberal Share of Patronage is Solicited.
1Vo afe always ready to pay the HIGH
EST CASH PRICE for fat stock. seZ7tr
Petition Tor Partition.
TN the matter of the Estate of Mahala J. Hall,
deceased. In the County Court of Linn coun-
tv. Oreiron. Petition of Matthew M. Bryson for
J partition of real estate of said deceased; being the
one-firth interest tuerem assigneu tne petitioner,
I UA K f Iha on me m n 1, oaf n tit Glttfl Tft
Mtion- 0n the remlin aud filine of said r-eti-
IIU aoivB Vii u w iuv ocean? auuy w w vu r "
1 tion the followinjr order was made by tne court,
1 to-wit : "Xow, therefore, it Is ordered that the
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J. UvPUttJ vug flit ' va r ctnuai i t "
one o'clock P. Hi., of that day, at the County
Court Room, in Albany, in the county of Linn,
aud Stato of Oregon, and that the petitioner, or
his Attorney, give notice hereof, to Essaloin Al.
II all. Isainh Hall, Susanna KirkendiUI, tieorge
IW. Hall, Francis M. Hall and Isaiah Suieltzer,
(trdisn. to minor beirs nninea nemn, cy puo-
Dmnocratfor the full term of six wseks from this
da(e to be and n,,pear before this Court at the
1 time and place herein named, to show causo, if I
any there be, why this application should not be
CltANOR A HELM,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Dated at Albany, Oregon, November 7, 1806.
ALBANY BOOK STORE!
E. A. FREELAND,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
- - - - Oregon.
mrirnmn ivn iwrerri?T f IVFftTTO Dnnve
AliLiiidalJ UlAU giiavniiUA.AHvvs Dvvnn,
JuTcnfle, Toy, Gilt and Clank Books,
-"COlD PUS, AKD '
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Of every kind used in the State.
3pg5 BOOKS IMPORTED
TO ORDER, at
W mmj . If AilJ.sjjj,
m i ffr l'O II -Til's WfJUJj
ill lalll II I wanted at - ' - ' - -
WERTHAN A 00.
WERTHAN a CO.
AT TUB -
NEW YORK STORE
IK - -
Poster's Two Story Brick,
THE LARGEST STOCK OF '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ou Stoek CcMote f
Foreija and Boatsiie, Staplt
FANCY DRY- GOODS,
ladlo, MiMi and Children' .
CLOAKS, BASQUES, SACKS AND HATS.
Ala a Fine Lot ef
HOODS. NUBIAS. BREAKFAST CAPES. & SONTASS.
V- The Latest Stylei of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, GENTS' KATS
FURNISHING GOODS. V
. V AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Also a Fin Lot of , -
We alio keep eoftsUatiy en kand a large Etoek f
GROCERIES, - CROCKERT,
PAIXT3 and OILS.
Harior a Partner residing ia the market, we are
enabled to eeU
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST !
And Purchasers will fnd it te their interest to
gltm aa a call before buying elsewhere.
S2t Grain and all kinds of Merchantable Pro
duce taken in exenaoge Tor goods.
' p& REMEMBER
WERT HAN '& CO.,
At the New York Store, in Foster's two story
brick. First street.
Albany, Sept. 8, He8-ly
WHAT A RUSH !
TO XJrilli UAMl t X KJLilLt
CORNER BROAD ALBIN AND MAIN STS,
Goods sold in large or small quantities to suit
AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
I WILL SELL.
Come and see Before Buying any where else
AS THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD.
au25-Cm It. CIIEADLE.
I desire to mnj to those wanting
PAINTS, I HAVE A LARGE LOT OF
PAINTS AND OILS
DIRECT FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
WHICH I WILL SELL AS CHEAP
AS THEY CAN BE HAD AT PORTLAND,
Adding Freight from Portland to Albany.
I HAVE A LARGE LOT OF
GLASS AND PUTTY!
NAILS OF ALL SIZES TO SUIT THE TRADE.
au25 It CIIEADIiE.
The Last Call.
A LL persons knowing themselves indebted to
j J.Levy A Bro., Albany, will please come
forward immediately and settle their notes and ac-
u""""- t..J . r ; :
if h.if it. not ham lea hvtnn vhtn nr
this month tne accounts ana notes wui oe piacea
in the hands of an Attorney ior collection., ion
will find the notes and accounts with Messrs. Wer
than A Co., at the New York Store, who are au
thorized to collect them for ns.
J. LEVY A BRO.
Albany, October 13, 1868. 3m
la.T0TICE is horeby given that the nndorsign
J3i ed has been appointed by the County Court
estate of Thomas Boggs, deceased. All persons
I having Claims agains Bam vamio win piease pre
j sent them, duly authenticated according to law.
D. T. DINWIDDIE, Admkiiitrattir.
Jt L-- Attornt tirHr
; tna woroa's cuu aims? ro
f&fcfula and Scrofulous Dlse&aat.
JRrwn mer$ Edtt, n wll-known merchant qf 0
-1 bav aold large quantities of jowe Sahsafju
CTLtJl. but never yct one bottle which failed of th
desired effect and I
full satisfaction tothoae wno took
tt. As fast aa our people try it, they agree there has
fceca no medicine Uka It before ia our community."
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustules, TJ1-.
, cers, Sores, and all Diseases of the Skin.
JfVotrt llev. Rolf. Stratlo. Brittol. England.
I only do my duty to you and the puUir, whets
Z add my testimony to Jiat you publiali of the
diciaal virtues of your Saksapakiu.. Sly da
i afaictinaf humor
tcr, aged ten, had an afuictin? humor In her ears,
eyei, and hair for years, which we were in able to
euro nniu we iriea your baus
euro until we tried your SAUSAf ABH.UU i She lias
neen wen xor some moums."
From Mr. Jane JZ. filet, a wetl-tntnen end mttcfi-
t netmtaiady of Uenniirille, Cape May VtH.J.
My daughter haa suffered for a year pwt with a
ilous eruption, widen, was very troublesome,
as afforded any relief until we tried your
fiABSAi-ACiLUL, which so oa completely cured her."
from CharUe P. Gage, of the viddp-hnomm
Gage, Murray f Co., tnaHtfaUureri qfmantUtd
papere in Nashua, N.U.
I had for several rears a Terr troublesome
vmar in my face, which grew constancy worse
entu it aisncurea my leatarcs ana became an latoi
crable afHiction, I tried almost every tlikia man
could of both advice and medicine, but without any
relief whatever, until I took your Samafakiixa.
it iinmeaiaiejy mane my i.ice worse, aa you tout me
tt mlrht for a time; but in a few weeks tlic new
skin began to form under the blotcltes, and con
tinued until my face Is as smooth as any body's,
ud I am without any symptoms of the disease that
1 know of. I cnloy perfect la-alth. and without si
doubt owe It to your Sajuapakiu.a.'
SSrysipelss Qeaeral V cbility Purify &
from Pr. Holt. Sattfn, ITomton St AVw Tort.
M Ds. Atkr. I seldom fail to remove Eruption
and Scrofttlovt Sor by the persevcrinuaeof yonr
8AKSAPAR1IXA, and I have just now cured an attack
ef Malignant Erysipela with it. No alterative we
possess equals the SAKSAPASUtXA yon have sup.
(lied to the profession as well as to tlte people.
From J, JT. Johnston, Euj., Wakeman, Ohio.
for twelve years, I baa tne yellow Krynipei as
en mv rteht arm. durin? which time I triet
I all the
cefebrated physicians 1 could reach, and took hua
tireda of dollars worth of medicines. The ulcers
were so bad that the cords became visible, and th
doctors decided that my arm most be amputated. 1
began taking your Sausapariu.A. Took two bot
tles, and some of your l'n xa. Together they have
enrcd me. I am now as well and sound as any body.
Being in a public plaee, my ease is known to every
bedy ia this community, and excites the wonder of
from Hon. Henry Monro, Af. P. P., nf Ketecastle,
, C. W. a leading member of the Canadian 1'arlia-
1 have used yonr SAK9ArAn.T.A In my family,
for general debility, and for purifying the blood,
with very beneficial results, and feci coaadettso la
eeauaeadiajr tt to the aiaktod,"
Bi. JLaUieny's Fire, liose, Bait Rheum,
Scald Head, Sore Eyes.
Fran JTarvey Sieller, Esq., the die editor f(h
fitnkhannoet Democrat, Pennsylvania.
m Onr only cliild, about three years of age, was
attacked by pimples on his forehead. They rapidly
Spread until they formed a loathsome and virulent
sore, which cohered his fcce, and actually blinded
his eyes for some daya. A skilful physician applied
nitrate of ailver and other remedies, without any
apparent effect. For fifteen days we guarded his
naans, teat wiin men ne anooia tear open ine u
tcricg and corrupt wound which covered bis whole
face. Havine- tried every thin? else we had any
hope from, we bejan giving your Saksapaejlla,
and applyinir the iodide of potash lotion, as yon
direct. The sore boiran to heal when we bad dvea
tbe first bottle, and was well when we had finished
the second. The child's eychuthca, which had come
smt. fw ain. and he la now aa healthy and fair
as any other. The whole neighborhood frodtcted
that the child must die."
Syphilis aad Mercurial Disease. ' "
From Jr. Hiram Sloat. of St. Louis. Missouri.
I find vonr Saksapakilla a more effectual
remedy for the secondary symptoms of Sypkthe
and for swhihtie disease than any other we posesa.
The proicusion are indebted to yoa fur aomo of the
From A. J. French, M. X., en eminent physician of
Ijtwrence, Mass., trno ts a prominent memocr cj .
thf. Legislature ef Massachusetts.
"Dr. ATEit. Sly dear Sirs I have found yonr
Saksapariixa an excellent remedy for Syphilis,
both of the vrimtmi and secondary type, and effec
tual in some cases that were too obstinate to yield
to other remedies. 1 do not know what we can em-
fitoy with more certainty of success, where a power
ul alterative is required."
Mr. Chai. S. ran Liew, of Jfeie Brnnsxeick, X. J.,
nad dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by the abuse
of mercury, or mercurial disease, which grew more
and more aggravated for years, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that eonld be applied, until the
tmTFewSS"ewn beEfond?mt iumnd
cUstressing than this, aad It took several dozen
bottles to cure iiun.
Iieucorrhcea, "WWtes, Femal "Weakness,
are rfncnl'v rodneed br Internal Scrofulous Ul
ceration, and are very often cured by the alterative
effect or this dAFSAparlla. borne eases reqeire.
however, in aid of the Sarsapakixxa, the skiiful
application of local remedies.
From the weeU-tnoten and eeidefyebrated Dl
Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati.
t have found vonr Sarsapariixa aa excellent
alterative in diseases of females. Many eases of
! KitKtl lO It. SUIU UlTrTTS sUV 1TJW UtBt UW,
A tody, unwilling to allow the publication of her
m . . . ..j MWAAi kw& tun,,, nw(t
Tery debUiteting Leucorrhcea of kn standing, by
two bottles of your Sak3AFAJUlla.' '
Rheumatism, Gout, Urer Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Heart Disease, XJeuralKia,
when caused by Scrofula in the system, are raplll
ured ty una ua. 6arsapabil.uu
. Am . m
ftossess BO many advantages Over the other
purgauves in uiu ni&ra.ck, mm men oujrcuut
Tirtues are so universally known, thatwe need
not do more than to assure the public their
quality is maintained equal to the best it ever
hasbcen, and that they may be depended oa
to do all that they have ever done.
n j V v c vrt K n a. r
Lowell, Mass., ana 601a cy
Everybody to Know
IIIAT I AM STILL A DEALER IN
AND THAT I AM
Constantly in the Receipt ol
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY AND HARDWARE
IROIf Aj STEEL,
.- AND THAT '
m Mmmm mm m am mmm m m V aT W J7 'I'MHI T
PAY THE HIGHEST; PRICE
For all kinds of Produce,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES', TTIAT TIIE
undersigned has been appointed Adminis
tratrix of the Estate cf Fielding Lewis, deceased,
by the County Court of Linn. County, Oregon.
All persons having claims against said estate are
hereby reouired'to nresent the same to the under
signed within six months from the date hereof, at
her residence in Linn county, uregon.
V KAXCY C. LEWIS,
J. C. Powell, Attorney for Administratrix.
r TOXS OF "siLTFOR S-JJt1
J. C. UZJfBtXMkhU-
W. W. PAERISH & CO.
Wholesale and P.etail Pealerl ia
GENERAIs I.:ERCnAinDISI2 1
ALII ANY, OKLC02.
THANKFUL FOB THE LIBEBAL FAT-,
ronage shewn as daring the . past few years,
we. would respectfully sail the attention ef oar
numerous patrons to our present desirable aad wall
selected stock ef '
I Ready-Made Clothing,
Boots md Sl:oes,
Hats and Caps,
Salem Clotlis & Flannels,
Hoop Skirts, '
Silks, Hosiery, to.
XXisHt, wn.il .
I In eosmeetioa with the above we keef eoastaatl
hand a ckeiee selectioa of
, -: ' Qncswsre,
Fla ud Oils
-. KTailfli, e&e.t
VT. W. PARRISH & CO.
Are prepared to sell say thing la ttehr line at sko
IXTf EST CASH PRICXiS
Or wM reeeive ,
i In exchange for Goods. .;
rSatT-Persons wishior to bny Goods will Snd it
greatly to their advantage to examine esr Good
before purchasing eUewhere.-a ,
Albany, January 2i th, ISoS.
SOLDIERS, ATTENTION I
AlVllliyitilJJ Xi J U xt x a.
ALBERT El. SNYDER, 7
O X. AI HVC .A-GENT,
HAVING KECEIVED THE KiJCiSSSAitr
instructions and forms from the Department
at Washington, and also naving a responsioio au
reliable assistant at Washington City through
whom he transacts l asiness, and prosecutes claims
against the Government, he can with qniek dis
patch successfully apply for and reeeive returns
from the Applications of soldiers for honnty.
REMEMBER that to each and every soiaier wno
enlisted into the array ef the Ijnited states alter
the 19th day of ApriU for a period of not less than
three years, and having served his time of enlist-,
ment, has been honorably discharged, and has re
ceived or is entitled to reeeive front the United
States, ender existing laws, a bounty ef $100, and
no more, is entitled to reeeive an additional boun
ty of $100 snd he who enlisted into the army or ,
ibo United States after the l$th day ef April,
lS61i for a period of not less than two years, and '
h;nr Brrai his time of enlistment, has beem
lUaTiBC Ctll I -'w '
jij0noribly discharged, and who has received or is
entitled to receive from the United States Tender
existing laws, a bounty of $50, and bo more, is
entitled to receive an additional bounty of $50.
Those who received wounds and were disoh&aged -before
the expiration of service, minor children,
parents of deceased soldiers are also entitled under
this act. Officers who were in the service after the .
19th dayof April, 1S65 areeaUUed to three monua
extra pay. .
All Persona having demands 00 the Govern
ment for PENSIONS. PRIZE MOXEY, BOUN
TIES, PATEXTS, Pay for ouchers, bcrip, isac
Pay, Lost Horse and Speculation Claims, by ap"
plication to ALBERT M. SNYDER, CtAiJf
Agent, can have their applications properly made "
out and forwarded for immediate action by the
proper Department, Information given by man
FURNITURE AND CABINET WARE.
CL ME.AT''?' Sc CO.
Corner efFixst xad Bread Alhin Streeis,
(First Door East of 3. Noroross Briok)
Albany, lAnn County, oresra
eep constantly on hand .
A FULL ASSORTMENT
Of everything in their line of Business,
At IwtT Figures liaa any otker lonsi
. Tbis aide of Portland. , r
WE CHAILOOE CO.nPETITIOIJ
In the line of t
UPHOLSTERY PARLOR SETS
Chamber Sets, Fidrar Txmm
BUREAUS, SAFES, WARDROBES, ETC. ETC.,
We have also on hand the celebrated .
' . . - - ' 1
"ECONOMY WASmZSO EL&CBXNS,"
Which has no equal in the world. Get one ana
satisfy ' yourself.
Particular attention paid to all erders ia onr line.
UNDERTAKING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
" aul8-ly . " " '. " '
I. O. O. F.
THERE will t e regular meetings of the Degree
of Rebecca, on every Friday evening at T
o'clock, at the iltU of Albany iogrte JNo. , . y.
O. r.r over JUorcross' Store, urotners ana ou
ters in oq4 standing are invited to attend. .V? .X