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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
ADVK11T1SKM K NTS.
A D V E II T I S E MKNTS.
A DVK It TISE MKNTS.
Ban Francisco Legal Tender rates 71(lf2.
liew York Uold Quotations 147
School Examination. There will bo an
examination of the pupils of the District
School of Albany, 'on next Friday. The
patrons of thft school and the, public ro ini
ited to attend.
We hope this invitation will U accepted
Tore geuerally than is the ease on similar
occasions. Parents and children arc, as a
general fact, not enough interested in such
matters. They pay money freely for tui
tion, for the building of school-houses, and
for boots for their children ; but beyond this
seldom or never yentutft, Thr seem to re;
gard the schoolroom a; a $or.,' of 6nctum
sanctotuny-a d of Holy of Holies into
which it is sacrilege for them to enter. This
is all wrong. They should aid the teacher
in every way possible. Mouey is good, but
it is not ail that teachers need. Parents
should co-operate with the teacher in govern
ment, and encourage him in every other sui
table way, that is, if he is a good one ; and
if he is no, the sooner hes is discharged the.
bc.tte.r for them, and their children. Parents
should bo present on school-exhibition days,
to 6C.Q ishai advancement, if any, lifts been
made by th pupils; and if there is anything
wrong, either, in sode, of tfacln;; cr, n
he government of the school try and hare
it rectified. Teachers of spnsc, and experi
ence, are not half as opinionated and dog
patical as many imagine. A teacher pos
sessing good, hard horse-sense, wants his
errors as to teaching and government point
ed out, so that he may rectify them and thus
perfect himself in his vocation. We hope
to see a good attendance, on the part of pa
rents and others, during the forthcoming ex
The Lyceum. According to previous an
pouncement, a meeting yas held in the Al
bany school-house last Thursday evening,
and preliminary steps were takti relative to
the proposed Albany Lyceum. A commit
tee, to draft a Constitution d4 Bv-Laws,
' m - ii . . n . . ; t
were appointed, hqsc, duty it 13 to, report,
at the school-house, next Thursday evening,
at half past six o'clock. A question for dis
cussion, viz:. ' Resolved. That man's
duty to himself is paramount to his duty
to his country," was selected, and will
pe oeVated at that time and place. Affirma
tiveMessrs. Dri jgs and Finleyson ; nega
tive, Messrs. Hannon and Fiinn. From the
acknowledged ability of ih$ several dispu
tants, it is fair to presume that the discus
si .n, and other proceedings, will be quit; in
tert!ag. The public generally are invited
Job Ofeice It affords us pleasure to an
n u . .-e ; the public that we shall Lave a
g J .h OfSce in t'perution in the Demo
unt ..fare, within the next three to five
vreek-". We tru-t our friends will bear this
in uiind. This d.s not look much like "dy
ing ut" very soon. dies it? The Democrat
Isju now ffen regularly published by us for
t e last fire months past. This, too, has
been accomplished without any "bumming"
by u, after the fashion of our lat-s illstfi
ouh preloce.cor, ans without Yeeiving any- j
Jhing like nhat v$ should have received by
-ay of subscriptions. We hope to convince
fhe puMie after awhile that the State Eights
pemocratis a permanent institution in Linn
c j . . -.
IIoLiD.ir Amusements. Some of our citi
zens contemplate giving one or two enter
tainments at the Court House during the
holidays snch entertainments to consist of
vocal and instrumental music, tableaux, dia
logues, theatricals, etc. the proceeds of
wbifh are to go to the Albany College fund.
'T: :e programme and the exact evenings on
which the performances are to be given, will
be publish-! next week.
Ladies' Pair. A Fair will be given by
th Ladies of the Congregational church cf
Albany, on next Friday evening, the 21st
Ir.et.. in Parrihh's brick block. The object
is to rae funds wherewith to purchase a
p.ttage Organ for the church, and cancel a
small outstanding indebtedness.
A Paxge. Mr. $tone, Esq., and Dr.
M'Coy, recently a member of the Legisla
ture from Grant equity, have bought the
planter's IIotel of this 'city ? and will here
after cater to the gastronomic tastes of the
r1 - t
Ijyiw. Tailor's Shop. James pfunstan,
Jsq., renfly of San Francisco, has just
commenced the tailoring business in Albany.
His shop js opposite the Democrat office.
We knop him fobe a good workman.
Spalijxq-s Lectcres. These Lectures
are omitted, this week Jo make room for the
President's Message. Jn our next they will
Ma. Natqax Smith, the subject of this notice,
was 87 years of age. lie was born in South Car
olina; came to Missouri, remained there till 1847,
and then ren.oved to Oregon. He professed relig
ion and united with the Baptist Church when a
young man, and though subjected to many hard
tnajj and privations as a pioneer in anew country,
be still regarded the services of God and religious
prmleges and duties as his richest boon. Through
a long, eventful and useful life, his trust was in
Lto4 as nis retuge and strength and a present help
ia time of trouble. lie was' punctual in family
worship, and after the circle was broken up by the
death of his companion, he still regularjy brought
his children around' the family altar, to invoke
Heaven's blessings and to teach them, to lire for
immortality. As a citizen, those who knew him
jjjst respected him most. As a Christian, he had
the fullest confidence and love of his brethren.
The Baptist Church at French Prairie and the
Central Association have lost a beloved member,
aid the family of the departed father feel that a
venerated column has been broken. He expressed
himself to be at peace with God and with all man
kind ; and in anticipation of his departure selected
a hymn which he requested bis friends to jjing at
On the' 5th ipstact, oeliag that he had the
presence of the Savior to pass with him through
death's vale.and buoyed 6y tbVtrightest hopes of
a glorious immortality, he passed from earth to rest
atj,me, ' , .
" 'TU Religion that bends, o'er the hallowed urn,
And whispers, in accents of love :
'O, Christian, no longer departed ones mourn '
bj (jiaapa ia glory above.' '
FISH WILKINSON. On the 21st of October,
1806, by Rev. J. It. South, John Fish to Mary
Ann Wilkinson all of Linn county.
Mechanics, Inventors and Manufacturers.
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I Albaxv, Saturday, December 15 , 1SG6.
The following arc the prices paid for Produce,
&nd bp prices at which other articles are Svlliii;
in this market :
Wheat white, per buLcl, !0 cti.
Oat per bu.-bel, 25(aS(J tts.
Potatoes per bushel, 6'JJ(u?"5.
Onions per bushel. $1 2i.
Flour jht bbl. $J C".
Butter per poutid. Ct.
Eg. per dozen, 37J cts.
Chickens er dzcn, $3 50.
l.eabe dried, per pound, 15 cts.
Pork per pound, fi(j."cts.
Beef ou foot, 4Ci5 ct1. '
Mutton, per pound. 12J cents.
Sap per potinl, 4(ij,i cts.
Salt Los Angelus, per pound, 2 cts.
Syrup jK-r gallon, t0f.i,$l 1)0.
Tea Young Hyson, per pound, $1 00.
" Blaek, 7jV-i.II 00.
" Japan. $1 I2J.
Suar crushed, per pound, 17(H.20 cis.
4 Island. 10ri,42j. ' -'
Sea 1 1 cts.
CoSV.e per poup.d,' 2jj(o..O cts.
Nails rut. per ptund. 96, U ctJ.
White Lead pure, pr ke?. $4 tu(5 f,0.
Linseed Oil boiled, per gallon. $1 73(2 00.
Turjentine per gallon. $1 o(j,2 00.
fc .iuetic rou, 2ti26 cts.
Hickory strij-ed. per yard, 30 cts.
Bed Tickingper yard. Z9Ct,'jd cts.
Blue Drilling per yard. 25f't,:i) cts.
Flannels per ynrd. 62K'i75 cts.
Prints fa-t colors, per yard. lfif29 cts.
Rifle Powder, K.r pound. 75ol$1 00.
Candies best, per pound, Zi)0t,?,3 cts.
Rice China, per pound. 1 lot. 15 cts.
Tobaceo per poun l, 7b(i $l OtJ.
Salaratus jh.t pound, 14't.l5 cts.
,7r nrdieal Advice bit". WM.'K. bo
ll ERTY'S Medical and Surgical Institute is be
Totnicg a sice 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 uch a cause. We are personally acquaint
ed with gentlemen who have suffered foryears un
der chronic 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 sLort space of time
has given them entire relief. It is gratifying to
announce this fact, because the Do. tor is a gen
tleman who seeks, not by defamation of others, to
establL-h his rcpuiatku, or to rear the superstruc
tfire of hi iiu uj"oi the ruin of an another's fame.
The Doctor conducts bis Institute in such a man;
ner that must be gratifying to all his patients.
He examines, advises and recommends without
eharge, and the patient, after bearing bis terms
for treatment, can accept or reject at pleasure. 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 wbich long experience has giv
en, and no doubt the consolation which appertains
to that confi Jence. Persons afflicted with either
accute or chronic diseases, would do well ' to con
sult him. For consultation he asks no fte, nor
do-s he insist on obedience to his advice unless the
patient placee hijiisJf under bis care. His offices
are on acraruduto street, opposite itiv Pacific Mail
Steamship office. S. F. Xens.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS DULY MADE
proof of the last will, and taken out let
ters testimony upon the estate of Arthur W.
orin, taw oi me county ot Linn and State of
Oregon, deceased. All persons bavins? claims
against said estate, or against the firm of Worth
& tiro., of which firm said deccaseu was late a
member, will present them, with the proper vouch
ers, within six months from tb,e date hereof, at
my store, in Beoria, Linn County, Oregon ; and
all persons knowing themselves indebted to 'the
deceased, or to the firm of Worth 'it. Bro, will
please make prompt settlement.
' " JOHN Q. A. WORTH,
Dated Noy. 19tb, 18CC n!51w " '
IYIRS JACESON & WRS. DUNIWAY,
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS,
BONNETS, HATS, IIIBBOX8,
Laces, Cloaks, Cloves, nose, &e., ie., &c.
BLEACHING AND PRESSING
Done on short notice, and at
The Most Reasonable Prices.
: ,-STORE at the Corner of First and Broad
Albin Streets, Albany, Oregon. '
$1,000 $1,000 $1,000
O'DORf O'DOR! O'DQR!
I WARRANT MY GOLDEN O'DOR to force a
beautiful set 6( Whljikers or Moustaches to
grow oh'the smoothest' face in from five to eight
weeksJ' Also, hair restored on bald heads in eight
wpeks. Proved by" the testimonial of thoasands.
Price f 1, or six for $5, and $9 per dozen. Sent to
any part of California and U. 8.', sealed and post
paid, on jfeceijitef price.' Address.
DR. C. BRIGGS,
no!7n!41y P. 0. Drawer, 6308, Chicago, 111.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIE
undersigned has been appinted by tbe Toun
ty Court of Linn county, Oregon, as Adminisra
torwith'the'will anhextd,' of the estate of N. D.
Jack, deceased. All persons having" claims agaitis
said estate will please 'present them, duly authen
ticated according to law.
Pw. 8amw IL J, C. AVE1ILL, Adm.'f.
Persons or sedentary LabUs t,rcuVd with weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o'f
apetip, dl jtres aftsr eating torpid lWcr, onstl
p:tion, Ac) deserve to sulfur if thejr will not try
tho celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS, which
are now recommended by the highest medical au
thorities, and warranted to produce an immediate
beneficial effect. They areeiooedingly agreeable,
perfectly pure, and must supercede aH other ton
ics where a healthy, gentle i tiumlaut U required.
They purify, strengthen and Uvigorate.
They create a htalthy appetite.
They axe an antidote to ehauge ef waUl and
They strengthen the system and enliven tho
They prevent mtasmatio and Intermittent fevers.
They purify tho breath aud acidity of the stom
ach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They care Liver Complaint and Nervous Tlead-
TLey U4ako the irek, gjronje. thelaoguj l l.ril
liant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer.
They are composed of tbe eelobrated Caliiyabark,
wintergreen, saasafrac roots and herbs, aJl f re
scrved in perfectly pure CU Ciois rjiia. Jfut kf;
ticnlars, see circulars and tcvtimontali around
Bewaro of impostors. Eiamiae every loltla.
Stv ,ba'r it has out private U. 8. staaap uasauiila
tml over the cork, with plantation aeoae, aad h;
signatuve on a fiue steel plate side labeL Bm that
our bottle U not if, lied with spurious and delete
rious stuff. Any person pretending to sell Plan
tation Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is on im
porter. Any person imitaliug this bottle, or sell
ing any other material therein, tvhether called
Plantation Bitters or not, is erimintd under the
U. S. Law, and will bo so prosecuted by us. The
demand for D rale's Plantation Bitters, from la
dies, clergymen, uiunhautt, lo.t is incredibU.
The simple trial of a bottle Ls tbe ovideooo wo
present of their worth and superiority. They aro
sold by all respectable druggists, groeors, physi
cians, hotels, saloons, steamboats aud uttry
stores. P. II. DRAKE A CO.
laruc JlnsuoILts Uatsr,
A toilet delight ! The Ldi.' trewr aud gen
tlemen's boon I The "iwkUiI thing" svtid Urel
'luantity. Manufaetured from lb rich Southern
Maguolia. Used for bathing the faoo aad prou,
t render the kin soft and frvh, to preveat arep
lions, to perfume clothing, Ac.
It overcomes tbe unpleasant ydur (if perspiration.
It semoves reduesi, tan. blotches, Ae.
It eures nervous headache and allays inflamma
tion. It cools, sofiens and adds delicacy to the skin.
It y'.fldj a subdued and lasting pcrfutuc.
It cures muueto b:tes aud sting of iunecti.
It contaius no material injurious to tho kin.
It is what every lady should have. Sold every
where. Try the 3Ianolia Water oue aud you
will u.'b uj other Cologne, Perfumc.y, or Tnlt
Wat,r afterward. ' DE.MAS BARNES t CO ,"
" Props, Exclusive Agents, N. Y.
Bold by all Druggists aud Dealers on tho Pacif
ic SmtU ,
It is a most delightful Hair Drcsning.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps tbe bead cool and clean.
It makes the buir rich, soft and gtay.
It prevent hair turning gray and falling off.
It restores hair upon prematurely bald heads.
Ti is is ju.t what Lyou's Kathatron will do. It
is LrfuJ 11 ' cheap durable. It is literally
sold by tbe car-load, and yet its almost incredi
ble demand is daily incrcas'.ng, until there is hard
ly a country store that does not keep it, or. a fami
ly tj:at does not ne it.
E. THOMAS LTON Chemist. X. Y.
Lyon' Extract dinger.
Lyon's Extract of Pure Jamaica Ginger foj
Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Hick Headache,
Cholera Morbus. Flatulency, Ac, where a wann
ing stimulant is required. It careful preparation
and entire purity makv it a cheap and reliable ar
ticle for culinary purposes. Sold everywhere, at
50 cts per bottle. Ask for "LrosV Pure Ex
tract. Take no other.
Ljon'a Flea Powder.
The effect of Lyon's Magnetic Insect Powder is
almost instantaneous death to everything of the
insect pecies. Fleas, particularly, cannot live
where it is. It is most wonderful in this respect,
being entirely harmless to the human family.
Many worthless imitations are offered. Be partic
ular and receive none but Lyon's. Each flask of
the genuine bears th. signature of E. Lyon and
the stamp of Dkvas Barnes & Co.
Have you a hurt child or a lame horse 2 Use
the Mexican Mustang Liniment. '
For cuts, sprains, burns, swellings and caked
breasts, the Mexican Mustapg Liuiment is a ccr-
For rheumatism, neuralgia, stiff joints, stings
and bites, there ia nothing like the Mexican Mus
Fc.f gp.avined horses, tbe poll-evil, ringbone and
sweency, the Moxican Mustang Liniment never
For wind-galls, scratches, big-head and splint,
the Mexican Mustang Liniment is worth its weight
Cuts, bruises, sprains and swollings, are so com
mon and certain to occur in every family, that a
bottle of this Liniment is the best investment that
can pe maue.
It is more certain than the doctorit saves time
in sending for tho doctor it is cheaper than the
doctor, and should ncer bq dispensed with.
"In lifting the kettle fjon the fire, it tipped over
and scalded my hands terribly. : The
Mustang Liniment extracted the pain, caused the
sore to heal rapidly, and left very little soar.
CHAS. FOSTER, 420 Broad St., Phila'da.
Mr. S. Litch, of Hyde Park, Vt., writos: " My
horse was considered- wordless, (spavin) but since
the nse of the Mustang Liniment, I have sold him
for $150. Your Liniment is doing wonders up
-4U genuine is wrapped in steel plate engravings
signed, G. V. Westbrook, Chemist, and also has
the private U. S. stamp of Demas Babses & Co
over the top. Look closely. Sold by all Drug
gist-, ai z?, ou cts ana f i vv ti tin xy
Vbolevale anil Retail Dealer In
IflON AND STEEL,
Mochanio'o Miner'i & Blacksmith's Tools,
THIMBLE, BOXING AXD SET SPRINGS,
Uliaiiy, Kiiiiii C ounty, Otf'u.
. j b r .
. r G d i d (i r ,
. r Q u i 1 i n G o r .
. r G n i 1 1 h 1 1 i d G r. .
. x p G u i 1 1 h L 1 1 i u G e r ,
.reG nilthKi KU' tlioGof .
. r e ( a i 1 1 h 1 1 i u G r .
.rG ailiuO er. '
. r G r .
. r e r .
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Lei yu trowbU your iraio
In solviof tkt riddle,
Commene with the capital
U. ita the uiiJJU.
Head up ifyoa ehrt,
Or to the riifht at vor ease,
To the left lk th Jmwt,
Or dewo like Ckineso.
nis priees are lower.
His stock nor complete
Than any thr store
Found on Frout street.
So do nd delay, ;
But irin on your fash,
Your country prod"
And all kind of trvb.
For he'll sell b-tfr groceries,
And more, fur the in,
Than any other d'b r
Tbi ti le of purtland.
A. s. 4IC;IITM.G1:U,
Corner Perry and Front tr-ti, Albany, O'gn,
Cor. Washington and rirst Stt,
M Having bee n thoroughly refitted, it ""'5
now opu for tbe accommodation ofJP -'.r,
tbe irav. ling public, Tbe labU will speak lor it
self. Neat and comfortable beds and rooms for
HATES OF BOARD:
Per week 15 00
Per week, with lodging 6 00
hiuxle tueal - 60
Bed - 60
Meals all hours.
STOXK 4 McCOY, Proprietors.
BRQAD. Af.BIX ST., BETWEEN lit ANQ 2d,
jr. i:rri.;i: n
Ha jut opened
At tbe above mentioned place, and will always
keep on band tbe BEST MEATS THE MAHKKT
AFFOKDS, sueh as
BEEF, XL'TTOX, PORK, SAUSAGE,
And all kinds of Curod JVXtats.
A Liberal Share of Patronage is Solicited.
p . . . i
We are always ready to pay the HIGH
EST CASH PItlCE for fat stock. sc297tf
Petition for InrtltioiT
IN the matter of tho Estate of Mahala J. Hall,
deceased. In the County Court of Linn coun
ty, Oregon. Petition of Mattheyr M. Bryson for
partition of real estate of said deceased, being the
one-fiftn intercut therein assigned tho petitioner,
who asks that tho snmo may be set off to said pe
titioner. On tho rcadjng aud filing of said peti
tion tho following order was made by the Court,
to-wit: "'Now, therefore, it is ordered that the
hearing jf said application bo appointed for
lucsduy, the Jjtp day ot January, A. It. 107, at
one o'clock P. M.', of that day, at the County
Court Room in Albany, in tho county of Linn,
and State. of Oregon, and that the petitioner, or
his Attorney, give notico hereof, to Essalom M.
Hall, Isaiah Hall, Susanna Kirkendall, deorge
W. Hall, Francis M. Hall and Isaiah Bmoltzer,
guardian to minor heirs numcd heroin, by pub
lishing a copy of this order in tho Stato Bights
Democrat I t the full term of six weeks from this
date, to be and appear before this Court at the
time and placo herein named, to show cause, if
any there be, why this application should not bo
CRAN0R & HELM,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Dated at Albany, Oregon, November 7, 1860.
noiqiSfl ' - 1 '
ALBANY BOOK STORE!
' E. A. FREEIVP,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Albany - - - - Oregon.
COXSTANTLT OX HAND '.
STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
uvenUe, Toy, Gilt and Blank Dooki,
GOLD PENS, AND
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Of every kind nsed in tho State.
j9-I?0pK:S IMP.ORTEIj! Tp ORDER, at
snort nonce. xeciuioiy
WOOL WAIT131 !
50,000 -"ESS OF
" ' WERXIIAK & CO-
ii n a:
VERTHAN a CO.,
NEW YORK STORE
Foator'a Two fltory Briok,
Have Just roeoifed
TIE LARGEST STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
BTia IMMIf ftt ALBAIT.
Oar Suok OosmUI of
Foreign and Soaettie, Staplt
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Ladies, Misses and CLiliroa's
CLOAKS, BASQUES, SACKS AND HATS.
Also Fioe Lot of
H00OS. NUBIAS. BREAKFAST CAPES. L SOilTAGS.
The LaUst StyUs tf
READY-MADE CLOTHING, GENTS' HATS
BOOJ8 AND 0HOES.
4Lm JF lav Lt t
Wo a!s fcoep soaHoat! o m1 Lsrgo titmk U
FAIKTii a4 OILS.
llaviatj a Partner iJtg aa tJao aaaskoi, wo. are
cnabl4 U svll
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST !
And Purchasers will 11a 4 it to thir iaUraatto
giro us a call hufwie luji&f olsiiwheto.
Uraia aal ait kinds of MieLaotatU Pro
duce takoa iu eaohajo for gawds.
JZO- REMEMIJUR tlti
WEHTHAN & CO.,
At h Kow Tor Istoro, U VoUr's te slorr
brick, I'trst olioot. "'
' ' WEUTHAK A CO,
Albany, Seft lM-ljr
WHAT A RUSH !
TO THE CASH STORE
CORNER BROAD ALBIN AND MAIN 6TS.
Goods sold in largo or small quantities to suit
AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
I WILL SELL.
Come and tec Before Buying nay whtre elif,
AS THE GQQDS .MUST BU SOLD.
au25-Cm U, CIIK-DLE.
I desire to saj to those wanting
PAINTS, I HAVE A LARGE LOT OP
PAINTS AMD OILS
DIKECT FROM SAN FllANCISCQ,
WHICH I WILL SELL AS CHEAP
AS THEY CAN BE HAD AT PORTLAND,
Adding frejgU froiq Portlaqd to Albany.
I HAVE A LARGE LOT OF
CASS ANQ PUTTY!
NAILS OF ALL SIZES TO SUIT THE TRADE.
The lasf Call.
A LL persona knowing themselves indebted to
jL J-Lovy Bro., Albany, will please como
forward immediately and settle their notes and ac
counts. If they are not settled by the 25th of
this month the accounts and irotcs wui bo plaoeu
in thq hands of an , Attorney for collection. You
will find the notes and accounts with Messrs. Wer-
than A Co., at the New York Store, who are au
thorized to coiioot mem ior us. -
LEVY & B$0.
Albany, October 13, 1888. 3in f
r rk tons of saitt, for sale
FINITE nndersiened havins taken out License a
I Auctioneer in this Stato, forewarns all per
sons fom doing biisiqogs in that capacity, who are
, .0 . j ' l. l
aoi propeny iiceuseu w iu
feCtoasf Wif. tlBTEJCi
tun world's oatAT kcmidt ro
Borofula and Scrofulous Diseaseo,
From Emtry de$, a wM-known mtrchant of (M
"I haro ooU Ure quantitlf. of your Saraapa
KILLA, but never rt t ou bottle which failed of the
desired effect and full satisfaction to those who took
tt. A fast as our pfopla try It, they agree there bao
been no tawlkluo lilto It U-'orw la our couuuuuity."
Eruptions, Plmplos, Dlotohos, Pustules, VI-
cors. Bores, and all Diseases of the Skin. -
from Jlev. Holt, titration, Bristol, Knflawh-
1 only do my duty to you and the public, when
1 add tat testimony to Jiut you publish of the rne
dicioal virtues of your Hauhapakuxa. . Mr daugh
ter, ajjfd U-n, had an afQictiuz humor In fic-r cars,
tyes, and hair for years, whhii we were unable to
cure until we trUtl your H a h a VA-UiLLA. LUo has
been well for aoiue niouths." "
From Mrt. Jan K. Itle,, a wlt knnm and much
, eit'tmrd Uuly tIJeimitriUr. r,e May Co., N. J.
My daughter has suffi-red for a year past with a
scrofulous trruptlon, wliich was v-ry troublesotoe.
Kothinsf afforded any rtlitf until we trk-l your
Bass ajpakillAi which soou eoutpk-tiy eurd hr."
from ChnrUl P. Uagt, Etq., of tht vilely knmcn
. Cag, Murray f Co.. munujuoturtri oftmmtlU4
pnj4r$ in Nuhua, N. II.
"I bad for aeveral ypars a very tronbWoms
humor In my face, which (frew coustautlr worn
ntil it dlfl;urcd my features aud became au iutol
trable afUktlon. 1 tried aimottt every tiling a man
eoubl of both advL and mullein, but without any
relief whatever, until 1 took your Baus iimkilla.
It irnmdiately trmto my face worse, as you told tns
It miht for a time; but la a few w- ks the new
skiu L;(;an to form under the blotches, and cou-tinur-d
until my face Is as amootli as any o!t's.
Sad I am without any symptoms of tUt tlitratu) that
1 know of. I rujojr perfect Italth, aud without a
doubt owe It to your o au apa uilla.
Erysipelas O on oral Debility Puxif tho
From 7r. TIM. Ratrfn, Ifoutton St., AVe Tor.
I)R. ATRR. 1 IN-Idom fail to re more Kruptiont
and Hcrofulmi Sort by the trscveriojf urof your
SARHArAKtU.A.and I have Just now cured an at tar k.
of Malignant jiryiipe.lm with It. Jio alt ratire war
possss equals tho HA lUMFARliXA you have sup
plied to the profcsKlou as wcll'as to the people."
From J. K. Johnston, F.i Wukman, Ohto.
"For twelve years, I had the yellow Krysipc-Us
On ray rlht arm, during which time I trkd ail the
ek'trstod physklans I could reach, and took hun
dred of dollars worth of medicines. Tho ulocrs
yrere so bail that the cords became visible, ami th
doctors dUided that my arm must be amputated. I
began Ukim? your HAUaaPAtciU.A. Took two bot
tles, aod some of your 1'iuj. T'ofther they have
cured me. J am now as well and souud as any body.
lU-ihK la public lre, my case is known to evrsr
bol; In tLis couuuiuiity, aud excites tha wonder of
i'rom JJon. Jlmry Monro, I. P. P., ef Keucatt1$t
C. W., a Uuiiimj mcuUier of tin Canadian Parlia
ment. . '
1 uve tuuyf yor Samafartixa In my family,
far general debility, and for purifying the ILmhI,
With very beneuVlal results, aud (ui WtWWV ia
pMumxtmsii it to the aSk-tcd."
Bt. Ajatbony's Fire, Hos, Salt ZUxeum,
Bcidd Head, Bore Eyes.
From ITnrrry RickUr, H$j., the able editor of Ch4
Tunkhustnoele iMmjcrat, Penntylvania.
m Our only fluid, about three year of age, was
attacked by plrapks on bis forehead. They rapidly
Spread unttl llw-y formed a loathsome andvlruk-ut
ore. whidi covered bis faee. mini aetualiy bliaded
bis eyee for some days. A akilful physuiaa applied
nitrate of silver and other rrmkc, without any
apparent tffert. or fifteen days we uardvd his
bauds, lest with ltu-m be altouid tear oix-n the k-s-
tcritig and corrupt wound wbkb covered bis whole
I mat. Having inea every laing- eie we tmi any
and applying U lodkle or potash lotioo, aa yoit
direct. 1 be .ore bj;aa to beat when we bad given
the first bottle, and w as well when we bad oiube4
the aoud. The ddld'a eyelaabea, wbich bad tome
out, grew agalo, and be Is now ajt b'-aitby and fir
aa any ouxr. 1 lie wuow uuuimiUAhi. prooicbu
tltMl the child mutt die.'
Bypbllis and llercurial Disease.
JVcsn Dr. Jliram SLxtt, of at. Loui, Mutour4.
I find your 8AUAiAiiuxjl a more eflectmd
remedy for the awmdary symptoms of HyjAUie
and for ypbiklie diaraae thaa any other we poe.a.
Tbe proka4on are indebted U Jwii UtX soiua oX lbs
U-tt utedickies we bare.".
From A. J. French, M. D., an rminrnt phyHHtn of
La terms e, Mati., vbo is a prominent vxmLtr of
the LryUtiUute of MaMackuetf.
"Db. Aitu. My ck-ar Sir: 1 have found your
(Sakhai AKltXA an fjtctlleat remedy for Sypktiti,
both of the primary aud secondary type, and effec
tual in seme raes that were too obtiUal to yk-bi
to other remedies, 1 do nut know Ul we cau em
Lloy with more certainty of suoxas, vkxrs a powux
d alk-rative is rvquirvJ."
Mr. Chat. S. Jan Lirv, of Xcu Prvnnvirk, X. J.t
bad dreadful ulcers on his kg, eauited by the abuae
Of mercury, or mercurial dUcae, wlach grew mors
and more aggravated for years, in tiu of every
remedy or treatment that coul J be applied, until tbe
tw rarwrtag uae of ATKU'm Karmafauiuj. relieved
Lim. Few caaea can be found more inveterate and
diktreaaing than this, au4 ii LuX ctl dosca
bollks to cure Utn.
Jjoucorrhcca, Whites, Female Weakness,
are generally produced by Internal Scrofulous VU
teraiiom, and are very often cured by Hie alterative
effect of tliis KAttHArAElU-A. Borne eaaea require,
bowever, ia aid or the SAUUrAJUiXA, tbe skiiru)
application Of local remedies.
irm ths veil knorn nnd tridcty-etJebrated Dr.
Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati.
m I have found your Saimafabiixa an exerllest
Slk-rative la dim-asea of females. Many caaea of
Irrrgularlty, LeueorriKca, Internal l loeration, and
loraldebittty, ariaing from tbe scrofulous dutheaia,
have ylei,J-d to it, and there are few that do not.
When iu eXTtn-t is xoperly aided by local treatment.'
JL lady, ununiiing to allow the publication of her
My danhter and myself have been eared of a
very debilitating Leueorrboea of long stamling, bj
tWO bottles Of your SAIUAPAatlXA.''
Baemnatlsm, Gout, Liver Complaint. Dys
pepsia, Ileart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused f-v Scrofula in the system, arc rapidly
cured by this Lxt. Sakha paiulla.
possess so many advantages over the other
purgatives in the market, and their superior
virtues are so universally known, that we need
not do more than to assure the public their
quality is maintained equal to the best it ever
has been, and tliat they may be depended on
to do all that they have ever done.
Prepared by J. C. AYEIt, M. & Co,
JJowcll, Mass., an4 sold hr
U A IV D!
Everybody to Know
THAT I AM STILL A DEALER IX
AND THAT I AM
Constantly in the Heceipt ot
FIIESI! SUPPLIES OF
DRY G OODS!
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ORO C Ell IBS,
CROCKERY. AND HARDWARE
IRON AlD STEEL,
I SPLL AS LOW AS THE LOWEST I
PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE
For all Uimls or Produce,
NOTICE Tho Annual Election of the Stock
holders of the Linn County Agricultural A
sociation, will bo held at tho Court llouse, in Al
bany, Oregon, on the first .Thursday, tha 3d day
of January, 1867, at 1 o'clock, p. sr.
Therefore tho Shareholders in the above Incor
poration will moet at said time and place, for the
election of seven Directors and tho soveral oinosrs
for tho said Association.
JAMES ELKINS, Seo'y.
1. C. HI'S DIN H ALLv
W. W. PARRIS1I & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealeri fes
ALBANY, Q KEG OX.
THANKFUL 10K Till LIBB&AL TAT
ronags shown' nSsarihf the past few years
we would respectfully fall the attention of out
numerous patrons to our present desirahls sol wti
slsetsYsUok of - - - ' " - ' " 'A
Boots &nd Shoes,
. . .
HatJ and Caps,
- - y
Salem Cloths Sc. yiannel,
Silks, Boslerj, &e
In eosusectioa witi tie aW vs
n ksal a eheUe selesSisa
W. W. PARRISH & CO.
Are prepared to sell aaytkutf ia casss Bsssltti
sLOWEST CASH PBICE3
Qr will rsosivs
Ia e i change for OoeAs.
D . .v; m Kb v CinA will Cad is
T7 I OlIUU. -rw J Z
preatly to Uir advaatae to sissias sax ueo
before pwrehasisf lwher.-. i,
Albany, Jaaeary 27th. lSeS. '
BOLDIEItS, ATTENTION X
AL13EHT VL ENTSES,
HAVING RECEIVED THE NECESSABT
instruction aod forms from the Department
ai Washington, aad also baring a responsible and
reliable aeeL-fctot at Washing toa City throi
whom he transacts basiness, and prosecutes tlainri
againt the Government, he can with quick dis
patch successfully apply for and receive returns
from the Applications of soldiers for bountj.
REMEMBER that to each and every soldier w"h4
enlisted into tbe army of the United States afjfcs
th ISKh day of April, for a period of notlesi thaa
three years, and having served his time of enlist
ment, has been honorably discharged, aad baj re
ceived or is entitled to receive from the United
States, saderexisting laws, a bonnty of $10, and
no aor, is entitled to receive aa additional boun
ty of $100 ; and be wheenlisUd into the army of
tbe United SUtes after the 19th day of April,
IS61, for a period of not less thaa two years, as 4
having served his time of enlistment, has fceea
honorably discharged, and wbe kaa received or is
entitled to receive from the United States under
existing laws, a bounty of $50. aad no more, is
entitled to receive an additional bounty of $i0.
Those who reotived wounds and were dLschaagei
before the expiration of service, minor children,
parents of deceased soldiers are also entitled under
this ait. Officer who were in the aerviee after the
luth day of April, 1635 areentitlf4 three months
extra pay. . ,
All Fer?ons having demands oaf ms uvern
ment for PENSIONS, PRIZE MONEY, BOUN
TIES. PATENTS. Pay for Vouchers, Scrip, Back!
Pav. Lost Ilorse and Speculation Claims, by ap.
plication to ALBERT M. SNIDER, Clau
Agekt, can havetheix applications properly loads"
out and forwarded for immediate action by tbtf
proper Department. IafwruiaUoa given by mail
gratuitously. Se28 2m
FURNITURE AND CABINET WARE.
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O. J&ttJJLTSZ Sc C.Q.
Corner efFinrt and Bread Albin Streets,
(First Loar asi of J. eretoss Brifk)
Albqrir, Hun County, Oregon
Keep ooastantly sa kaa4
A FULL ASSORTMENT
Of everything la (heir 11ns of Business, 1
At Lower Figures Ihaa anj other Imif
This side of Portland.
WE CHALLENGE COSIPETITIOl?
lathe line of
UPHOLSTERY, PARLOR $ET3
Chamber Sets, Picture Frames ,
BUREAUS, SAFES, WARDROBES, ETC. XTO.p
We bava &ls? on band tho celebrated
"ECONOMY WASUXNO XOACHIOT,
Whicb has no equal in the world. Gel one and
" - satisfy yourself. "
Particular attention paid to all orders la our tfae.
UNDERTAKING PROMBTLY MTENDED TOJ
aul8-ly . -
I. O. O. F. .
TIIERE will be regular meetings of tbe Degree
of Rebecca, on every Friday evening at X
o'clock, at the Hall of Albany Logdo No. 4, L O.
0. F., over Norcross' Store. Brothers and Sis
ters in good standing are invited to attend.
W. W. PAUR1SU.