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JUNE 13, 1863.
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CITY CHURCH DIRECTORY.
fl.. RJ PnKiBTTKftiAX Chcbch KeT. W.
Honteith, Pastor. Preaching at 11 A. w.
Ukitbd Pus. Church Rev. 8. O. Irvine,
Pastor. - Sercioet at 11 a. u. and in evening.
Sabbath School at 3 r. su
Co99ftri.TioxAi. Chcrck Rer. J. F. Pon
Pastor. Services at 11 a. x. and 7 p. . Sabbath
School at 9 A., x.
M. S. Cavaca R. C. O.
Service at 11 a. x. and 7 r. x.
Baptist CacaCH ReT. R.
SnTVie An th lit and 3rd
C. Hill, Pastor.
Sabbaths of each
taonth, at II o'clock A. x. and at candle-light ing.
Sabbath. School at 3 r. x.
Methodist Chcrch, Socth Rev. W. A. Fin
ley. Pastor. Preaching on tho 2nd and 4th Sun--day
of each month, la the Albany District School
'Is Sksiox. The Central Baptist Associ
ation is in session in Albany this Keek, with
a large attendance.
To Dlixqcxt3. We are making out
nd sending bills to the several agents of the
3txocsAT, tor collection. "We trust every
IoIinquent will pay promptly.
Ravsdkll, thk Magician. We under
stand that Prof. Ramsdell who, for a few
days past, has been sojourning in Albany
will soon start out on another tour, this
time visiting the principal towns in South,
cm Oregon. To those who like to see feats
of legerdemain cleTerly performed, we say
do not fail to witness Prof. It's exhibitions.
We regard him as among the best magicians
ire hare ever seen anywhere. It is held by
rome that every man has his forte. Legerde
xaain is Ramsdell's.
A Notxl Wager. Messrs. L. C. Burk
liart and C. F. Gay brothers-in-law, and
toth well known and prominent citizens Of
Linn county made rather a novel bet, be
fore the election, on the result. They are
cf opposite political proclivities, Mr. B. be
ing a staunch Democrat and Mr. Q. an equal,
ly sealous 44 Union " man. The wager was
as follows : They went to the woods and se.
lected a huge fir tree, six feet through, and
oae of the most knotty and gnarled, and
twisted of that perverse species of timber i
a ad,-in case of the election of Dave Logan,
Mr. B. was to cut down this huge "monarch
of the forest" and split it up into rails fit for
use ; but if J. S. Smith was successful Mr,
G. was to d t the rail-making. As those men
lire both regarded as gentlemen of honor,
- aad the bet was made in earnestness and
good faith, and as Mr. Gay has lost, it is ex
pocted that in a few days he will grapple
with the monster fir and pay the forfeit.
Go in, Charley ! Sweat, fume, toil and wor
ry over those knots ; and at every stroke of
the maul wish that you, had Dave Logan's
head under there no you could smash it for
net displaying more brains than to get you
into such a fix. 'The colored troops ft no
bly, Charles !" Couldn't you "bust" that
Knot with a carving-fork," thawlet.
The Council failing to meet on Saturday
evening, as agreed upon, said meeting went
1" ry t - r io
- . laiuuii iiTUi.Mi, ouns.i, muo.
Council met, and roll called ; present i
Councilmen Carter, Driggs, Vining, Parker
The Mayor being absent, the Recorder pre
sided. . .
Minutes of the previous meeting were read
I Messrs. Patterson & Long presented a bill
of $28 for graveling four crosswalks, which
wa-i allowed and an order drawn on the Treas
urer for the amount.
Geo. Patterson presented a bill of $C8 for
graveling 14 crosswalks, which was allowed
and an order drawn on the Treasurer for the
Mayor Xorcross entered and took his seat.
Councilman Crawford entered and took his
Moses Parker presented a bill of $2 50
for hauling dirt on crosswalks, which was
allowed and an order drawn on the Treasur
er fr the amount.
Marshal Price presented a bill of $3 75 for
grubbing streets, which was allowed and an
order drawn on the Treasurer for th amount.
The bid for graveling the three cross
streets according to specifications jvere open
ed end read, and it was found that Moses
Parker's bid was the lowest and best, it be
ing $25 for each crossing ; and on motion he
was awarded the contract.
It was moved and seconded that the prop
erty holders on First street be ordered to
gravel said street to the center of the street
In front of their respective property, from
Mill street to Broadalbin street inclusive,
said gravel to be four inches deep; which
motion, after some discussion, was carried.
O i motion it was ordered that the City Tax
be levied at three mills on the dollar for the
O l motion it was ordered that the gravel
ing'on First street be done by the first of Au
On notion adjourned.
; . L W. DOOLITTLE, Recorder.
,M:is. Stipp's Thoracic Balsam is the best
than;: oat. ;" .
Oa the 3rd int., in Albany, at the residence of
the biide, by Rev. R. C. Hill, Mr. E. C. McClais
ani Mrs. Joasni. Pabkkr all of Albany.
Ma;r 8, 1888, near 8cio, . Linn county. Asm,
wife of Edward Loat, agtd 4.6 years. -
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3. J f subscribers more to other places without
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Notice should &lwaysbe given of the removal,
4. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their
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bills a ad give notice to discontinue.
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ALBANY PRICES GtRHEKT.
CORRXCTID WXSKLT BV Jf. ORADWOHL.
ALtARr, Saturday, May S3, 1858.
The following are the prioes paid for Produce,
and the prioes at which other artioles are selling
in this market J
Wheat white, per bushel, 70 cts.
Oats per bushel, 85 40 cts.
Potatoes per bushel. b7jQ$l 00.
Onions per bushel. lb.
Flour per bbl, $5 50
Butter per pound, 25 cts.
Eggs per doicn, 15($20 ets.
Chickens per doien, $2 503 00.
Peaches dried, per pound, 1520 ets.
Pork per pound, & 8 cts.
Beef on foot, 4(&B cts.
Mutton, per pound, 2 eenU.
Soap per pound, 5 5 cts.
Salt Los Angelos, per pound, 2 cts.
Syrup per gallon, 1,00
Tea Young Hyson, per pound, $1 00
" Black, 75$l 00.
Japan, $1 12.
Sugar crushed, per pound, 1720 cU.
Sea 15 cts.
Coffee per pound, 25 Q 23 cts.
Kails cut, per pouud,-7S cts.
White Lead pure, per keg, $1 00 4 50.
Linseed Oil boiled, per gallon, $1 752 00.
Turpentine per gallon, $1 50
Domestic brown, IS13 cts.
llickorv striped, per vard. 16S0 ets.
Bed Ticking per yard, 25(340 ets.
Blue Drilling per yard, 20(30 cts.
Flannels per yard, 50($75 cts.
Prints fast colors, per yard, 12)13 e.
Rifle Powder, per pound. 7S(u)$l 00.
Candles best, per pound, 20fv33 cts.
Rice China, per pound, 12(16 ets.
Tobacco per pound, $1 00(1 25.
Satoratus per pound, 101
Dried Plums per bound, 12)15o,
Drlod Apples per lb. 0c.
" Currants per lb, 8o.
Bacon Hams, per lb, 1213e.
" Sides, per lb, e.
Shoulders, per lb, 6e.
Lard per lb, in cans, 10c.
French Brandy per gal., $10 00012 00
Holland Gin per gal., $5 50
' American Brandy per gal., $5 00
Jamaica Rum per gal., $0 00
Tar $1 per gallon.
Beans--per lb., 4c. 9
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XfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT EHE
JLI long oontinoed co-partnership heretofore ex
isting beteween N. II. Craoor and Geo. R. Helm,
as partners in the practice of Law, under the firm
name of Craoor & Helm, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. N. II. CRANOR,
GEO. R. HELM.
Albany, Oregon, June 4, 1868. n42tf
nE GIFT ENTERPRISE ADVERTISED
by the undersigned to be drawn on the 9th
day of June, 1868, will positively
tte tickets could net be sol
bought tickees will har tho
HaTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T.
y( the undersigned have been appointed, by the
county court or Linn county, State or Oregon.
Administratrix, with the will annexed, of the es
tate of John Wilson, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate are hereby requested
to present them, with proper vouchers, to the un
dersigned, at ber residence, three miles East of
Peona, Linn county, Oregon, within six months
from the date hereof. MAIIALA WILSON.
Dated May 27, 1868 v3n4lw4
JOB WORK Flatly and cheaply done at
LEGAL TENDERS BOUGHT AND SOLD!
Drafts on San Francisco and Portland.
J, BARROWS 4 CO.
Albany, Feb. 15, '68 v3n26tf ,
THOSE WHO WANT REAPERS, HEADERS,
Threshers, Mowers, Gang-Plows, Self-Raking
Machines, Seed Drills, Ac, at Portland prices,
freight added, (see hand-bill of E. A. Hawley
Co., Portland,) will please call on
flr, iii&&vu&. Agent,
apr4v3n83tfj Albany. Oregon.
FURS! FURS! FURS!
; all kinds, by
CASH PRICE PAID FOR
' J. Darrowf f C$.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the publlo that this House
HAS JUST BEEN FINISHED,
. : . s " AND IS - ,
JST O W OPEN
for the accommodation of all who may
favor him with their patronage.
is entirely new in every department,
and is of the latest and
roost approved styles,
wUl always be supplied with the best the market
affords, and no pains will be spared
for tbo comfort and conve
nience of bis guests.
Persons arriving br boats accommodated at all
hours, day or night.
Felts of rooms and suicrinr accommodations for
A long experience In the business warrants the
proprietor in promising satisfaction to all who may
favor him with their patronage, if it can bo done
by bountifully supplied tables, pleasant ruotnn
cleanly beds and assiduous attention to their wants
J. B. Sl'RKNGER.
Albany, June , 1803. v3n!2tf
NEW BOOK BINDERY!
1X2 Front St., Portland.
(Nearly opposite McCormlck' Bookstore.)
GEORGE W. VOI.I.U.M,
DOOZ DINDCR. PAPER RUIXXt, AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER.
RI,ANK IIOOICN MADE TO OR
DElt and Ruled to any desired pattern
Ncwf papers. Magazines, Muic, etc.. etc., Bound
in any style, wtth neatnens ana aiipau-n.
AT 6 AN FRANCISCO PRICES.
ALBANY BATH HOUSE!
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
fully Inform the citizens of Albany and vi
cinity that he has takeu charge of this Ktablib
tnent, and, by keeping clean rooms and paving
strict attention to bntne, expoctstosuit all those
who may favor him w'.th their patronage. Having
heretofore carriea on nothing but j
First-Class Hair Dressing Saloons,
he expects to rive entire salWfaction' it ail
sarCbildicn and Ladies Hair neatly tut and
shampooed. JOSEPH WEUEER.
WANTED within the next two wetks, for which
Tho Highest Cash Prico will bo Paid,
By J. G RAD WOll L,
v?i1!t San FraneUeo Store.
Of WOOL, for which I will pay the
HIGHEST MARK F PRICE!
TICRSUAXT TO AN ORDER OFTHECOUN
M ty Court of Linn county, in Probate made at
the May term, 1R6 Notke is hereby given, Tbat
David Fruntan, Administrator tom' , of the
Estate oi Thomas Boggs dc?ax?d, will on
Saturday, the 27A day of Junrt 1SGS,
in front of the Court House door, in Lino county.
Uregon, between the boors of 9 a. to. and 4 p. in
of said day, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder, the following described real etale
belonging to tbecsfatcof Thcmas Boggs, deceased,
Douatin Land Claim "No. 40," in Township
o. 14. h-ulh llanze 3, nwt Will. Mer.. contain
ing 320 acres, in Linn county, Oregon, as laid down
on the recorded maps sad surveys of the l. S. in
the Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon.
Also, Lot 5 and C, in Block No. 2b. In the eily
of Albany, county f Linn. State of Oregon also
Lot No. b in Block No. 2. Western addition to the
city of Albany, as Itd down on the recorded plats
of said city on file in the Clerk's offico of Lion
TERMS of sale : Gold coin payable at the time
or sale. D. FROMAN, Adta'r.
Albany. May 27, 1C3.
E. F. Rcs r L att'y for adra'r. n41w4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undcrtigned, Executor of the estate of Davis
La j ton, deceased, by virtue of an order of the
County Court of Linn county, Oregon, made at
the June Term thereof, A. D. 1863, will offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder, at the Court
House door in Albany, in said Lino caunty, Ore
Saturday the 18th day qf July, 18G8,
between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock
p. in. of said day, the following described real es
tatc, to-wit : -
The South half of Davis Lavton's Donation
itively not be drpvj Land Claim, known and described on the plats
L Personr XW lind surveys of the U. S. as Not. No. "1924,"
cir money re fciaira No. "58,' in Tp. No. 11, S. R. No. 4, W.,
Linn county, Oregon, containing 625 and Oo-lQOtb,
as described in the Patent tbcrcfor on record in
the Clerk office in Linn county, Oregon.
TERMS OF SALE: Gold coin of the U. S.
one-half payable on the day of pale, the balance
in two equal notes payable in throe years, with
interest at 12 per cent., secured by mortgage on
the premises. JAMES P. HOUUE,
Executor of the estate of Davis Lay ton, dco'd.
Albany June 4, 1808.
J: C. Powell, Att'y for Ex'r. v3n!2w8
JO. BUSIINELL, ADMINISTRATOR OF
9 the estate of Jane Emily Cline, deceased,
having filed bis accounts in the County Court of
Linn county, Oregon, for final settlement of ull
matters relating to said estate :
Notice, therefore, is hereby given that said set
tlement will be made on
Txtcsday, the 7th day of ''July 1868,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House in the eity
of Albany, in said county, at which time and place
all persons having objections to said accounts are
required to file their objections in said Court at
Done at Albany, Oregon, this 3rd day of June,
1868. . EDWARD R. GEARY,
County Judge. .
Craxor A Helm, Att'ys for Adm'r v3n42w4.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN
Smith, Administrator of the estate of Dr.
William Miller, deoeased, baa filed his accounts in
the County Court of Linn county, Oregon, praying
a final settlement of said estate, and tbediiobarge
of said Administrator.
Notice is therefore given that said settlement
will be made on
at the County Court room, in Albany, in said
county, at 10 o'clock A. u., at which time all per
sons having objections to said accounts are requir
ed to file the same In said Court.
EDWARD R. GEARY,
Albany, Juno 2, 1868". County Judge. , -
E. F. Russell, Att'y for Adm'r n42w4 1
NOTICE ia hereby given that owing to a dis
sension between myself and my wife, Emma
Kose, we no longer live together as man and wie.
I now, therefore, warn all persons against giv
ing her credit on my account, as I am determined
to pay no debts of her contracting.
Dated May 28, 1868-n41w6. J. A. KOHiS.
XSIiANI DEEDS, of the latest and most
approved form, for Bale at this office. Warranty
- Sucee$ior to Hampton ds MoDridt,
Dealer in Every Variety of
CABINET WARE !
Ifeddin, Spring Iflnttrcjftc,
HAIR, PULU, MOSS. WOOL. &C. &C.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED,
Eexcntca In rirwl-C'Iuwaj tityle.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
On First Street, Under the Democrat Office
ALU ANY, OREO OK.
May 4, 18R7 v2n38taugl8
P. MAXSNCLD. n. C. BILL. D. MAXiriELD
D. MANSFIELD 8l CO.,
AIDANT, - OREGON.
IN FOSTER'S ONE-STORY BRICK, OPPOSITE THE
FT! HE ABOVE FIRM TAKES PLEASURE IN
X notifying their friends and the public gener
ally, tbat tfty are
- DRY GOODS,
Which we will Eschaege
FOIi VXHU Oil PIlOIIt CE!
VEUY LOWEST PItlCEB.
We rircclfu!!y ak tho uLHe to
Call and Examine cor Stork and Prirei
Dcfuro urehawtng el where ; anl weauma!I
ILat we will give
ENTIRE SATISFACTION TO PROMPT CUSTOMERS.
Alhaoy, l'h. 16, '67 7n27tf ,
PR1YATE MEDICAL AID-
QUICK CL UES AND MODERATE CHABUES
Dir. iv. k. ioiii:utvm
PRIYATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE
Sarramei t- Ftrct, Wlow Montgomrry, oppo
site the l'acie M til Htcaiuf bij Com
pany'a VtUct, Iritat entrance
on IxlJciJorll rtrwet,
LitabliileJ esj,rfty tt aflvrtt the ofiUttd nund
ana tetrniijie mtdteut aiJ tm (Ac trentmcnt
and curt tf alt Priraleand Ckrvn
te JjUetf, eat of
Stcrtry and alt
TO THK AFFLICTED.
"TkR. W. K. DOIiERTY RETURNS HIS 8IN.
JUr cere thanks ta hts numerous patients fur
tbeir patronaire, anl wouM take th's onpurtunttv
to rewind them that he continues to consult at bis
Institute for the cure of chronic dUeases of the
Longs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and Uenito-Uri-
nary Organs, and all private diseases, vis. Fyr.h
ilis in all its forms and stages. Seminal Weakoess,
aud all the norrid eonseoucnees of self-abuse. Goo
orrbva, Gleet, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diurnal
emissions, hesual Debility, Diseases of tbo Back
and Loins, Inflammation of the UUddcr and Kid
neys,cte., etc., and be hopes that bis lonjr einrl-
enee ana sueecssrui practice wm continue to Insure
nim a snare of pubito patronage. Iiy tbo practice
or many years in turoro ana t&e. united States.
be is enabled to apply the uiot efficient and suc
cessful remedies ugainst diseases of all kinds. He
uses no mercury, charges moderate, treats bis pa
tients in a correct and honorable way, and has
references of unquestionable veracity from men
of known respectability and high standing in soci
ety. All parties consulting him by letter or other
wise, will receive the best and gentlest treatment,
and implicit secrecy.
to t cmaics,
when a female is in trouble, or afflicted with
disease, as weakness of the back and limbs; pain
in the head diumest of sight, loss of muscular
powers, palpitation of the heart, irritability, ner
vousness, extreme urinary difficulties, derange
ment of digestive functions, general debility, va
ginitis, all diseases ot toe womb, hysteria, sterili
ty, and all other diseases peculiar to females; she
shyuld go or write at oncato the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. Doberty, at bis Medioal Institute,
and consult nim about ber troubles and diseases.
The Doctor is effecting more cures than any other
pnysician in the Mate or California. ,Let no false
delicacy prevent you, but apply immediately and
save yourself from painful sufferings and premature-death.
Ail Married Ladles whose delicate
health or other circumstances prevent an inorease
In tbeir fautlies, should write or call at Dr. W. K.
Doberty's Medical Institute, and they will receive
every possible relief and help, Tbo Doctor's offi
ces are so arranged that ho can bo consulted with
out fear of observation.
Patients residing in any part of the State, how
ever distant, who may desire the opinion and ad
vice of Dr. Doberty on their respective coses, and
who think proper to submit a written statement of
such, in preference to holdibg a personal interview,
are respectfully assured tbat their communications
will be held most sacred. Dr. Doberty takes this
opportunity of observing, that all letters are open
ed only and replied to by himself, and tho latter
as promptly as possible. .
If the case be fully and candidly described, per
sonal communication will be unnecessary, as in
structions for diet, regimen, and tbe general treat
ment of the case (including tbe remedies), will bo
forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as
to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or
parcel eo transmitted, Consultation by letter or
otherwise, free. Permanent cure guaranteed or
no pay. Addess, W. K. DOIIERTY, M. D.,
. ban jfrancisco, California.
Db. Dqbertv has jiist published an important
damplet embodping bis own views and expeeienccs
in reletion to Impotence or Virility, being a short
treatise on Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness,
Nervous and Physical Debility consequent on this
affection, and other diseases of tbe Sexual Organs.
Tnis little work contains iniormation of tbe ut
most value to all, whether married or single, and
will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of six cents
in postage stamps for return postage.
Address, W. K. DUltiSHXY, M. D.j
YSn,38tf San Franoisco, Cal.
A DVEKTISEME NT 8 .
; : THE
OLD STOVE DEPOT!
(lat c. o. aoDLxr co.)
Keeps constantly on band a general assortment of
ST O V ESI
Of than out Favorite Patterns.
Box Stoves !
With a full and general assortment of
COPPER AND BRASS-WARE !
Aad all other articles usually found la a
Repairing catly and Promptly Uierntcd.
TIU13IH Cash or Produce.
"Short Reckoning make Longr Friend."
Feb. 2, 'C7 2n23tf
THE SAN FRANCISCO STORE 1
ALBANY - - - OREGON.
FBI II K SUBSCMBEIt WOULD INFORM THS
X citizens of Albany and rleinity tbat be now
occupies the corner nrtck store
Corner of r Jnt and Washington Streets.
He intends to sell goods
AT THE LOWEST PRICE!
CASH OH PRODUCE!!
Tbe psibiie would do wU to examine my Goods
oeiore p ircnaatng Mcwbtre.
My block consbts, is part, as follows i
SOOTS AND SHOES,
A GREAT STOCK OF LAD IKS' FCRXISHIXG.
A GOOD STOCK OF THE BEST LIQUORS
liver llrought to thin Market!
Which be intends to sell
ONLY TOR mCDXOXNAX. PURPOSES
IV. R.-I am aUo scent for Grovcr Jk
Maker Mewing MarhlnrN. Tbee Ma
chines are known to be tbe best in tbe market.
We also lcg leave to inform the pnblie that we
are MAMTAUTUKISO a good article of
which we will sell at SaaFrancii eo Wholesale
Prices. Call and examine our stock of Cigars
ociore purcnasing eisewbcre.
JULIUS G RAD WOll L.
Dee. 22, '6ft t2nl91y
Ztlain St-, Opposite the New Draff Store,
HEHDBNHALL & REDPATH, Proprietors
WILL 4LWATS KEEP 09
BAUD THS SKIT OT
MEATS OF ALL VARIETIES.
i LIBERAL SHARE OF PATRONAGE IS
solicit.!, as we intend to keen ki rood an u.
ortmcnt, and of as good quality as the country
We are always ready to pay tho
Highest Cash ' Trice for Fat Stock.
April 8,1867 T2n34tf
NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY I
FARMERS AND STOCK RAISERS!
THE FULL-BLOODED MORGAN HORSE,
"VERMONT." can be found th n.
suing season, at the Cline Farm, ore-balf mile
soutn or Albany, except on alt public days, when
bo can be seen in Albany, at Marshall A Schlos.
VERMONT was foaled In WaltifieM. Vrmnn
and traces his lineage back through four sucoes
ive generations to the original JusTik Morgah.
His pedigree ia perfect and warranted.
Farmers are hereby rcsuectfnllv invited to !
at either of the above named places and examine
me iiorse ana ins stock to tbeir entire satisfac
tion. R. S. BELKNAP. Arenfc.
April 4, 1863 v3ii33m3
NOTICE OF SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
pursuance of an order of the County Court
of the County of Linn, State of Oregon, made
April 8, 1868, in tbe matterjjf-the estate of James
Lewis, deceased, the undersigned, Administrator,
with the will annexed, of said estate, will sell at
public auo'ion, to tbe highest bidder for cash, U.
S. gold coin, one-half down, tho other half on six
months credit, with note with 10 per cent, interest
per month, for coin, scoured by mortcraire on the
premises sold, on
Friday, the 26th day of June; 1868,
between tho hours of 0 o'clock a. x. and 4 o'clock
p. M. of said day, in front of the Court House
door, in the city of Albany, Linn county, Oregon,
the following described property, to-wit :
The east half of the S. E. qr. of Seo. 22 j the
West half of the Sr W, qr. of Sec. 23 j the East
half of the N. E. qr., and the East half of the S.
E. qr. of Sec, 27 s also a tract of land 10 rods
wide off the North side of the North . side of the
N. W. qr. of Sec. 29. in Tp. 14, South of Rancro
4, West, in Linn county, Oregon, . containing 346
acres, more or loss. A. GREGQ, Adm'r,
With the will annexed, of tho estate of James
Lewis, deceased. , .
May 21, 1868. v3n40w4
CRAiron, A Helh, Att'ys. for Adm'r,
I WANT .20,000 LBS. OF GOOD BACON j
also Butter, both of which the highest mar
ket price will bo paid. B. BRENNER.
A GOOD DWELLING HOUSE, situated in a
desirable part of the city, with barn, Ao.
Apply to , DR. WM. LISTER.
; THOS. W. KliHIEY,
Ho. 49 Front Steet, Portland, Oregon,
OFFERS FOR SALE
FROM BROWN. BRYSON & CO.. SPRINGVILLE, KY,
J. T7ertb Honey Dew,
rry'e Laarel Grove,
Unnter'f California Wheat,
BB -A. 1ST ID "2T z
Eltqu9 DeDoncba & Co,
And all Domestic Srandx,
Cnypcr and Swan.
OLD TOM, mt PORT WI5E, SIIEBRY WISE,
Case Liquors of All Kinds.
A NEW STORE IN ALBANY !
. B. BRENNER,
opposite rAiiniHim block,
Would respectfully inform
the citizens of Albany and vicinity that
be baa just returned from
SAN FRAN CISCO,
D R Y GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AWD CAPS,
and. In fact, a splendid and varied assortment of
Mt MOTTO WILL BE i
"Quick 8alei and Mmall ProflU.
I receive by every steamer a NEW INVOICE OF
Persons are repectfal!y requested to call and ex
atuioe my goods beiore purcnasing e!ewtire
mnr2S,6S,rZaZ2lf B. BRENNER.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CASH STOKE I
OS COR. OF Xl$ aXD EaOAD-ALEIS STREETS,
AXJ3ANY, .... O REG OK,
WHOSE GOODS CAN BE HAD
AT PORTLAND PRICES
BY PAYING CASH IN HAND FOR THE GOODS.
Give do a Call aad See for Yourselves.
AT THE SOLICITATION OF MANY CITI.
tens of Linn and .Denton counties, I hare
fitted up the
(it being tbe Stage Route), in such manner as to
secure 10 iuo puouo ociier iacmues, at aii seasons
of the year, than can be bad elsewhere. My Boat
is wnat is anown as a
CTJRRCNT DOAT, .
and is the best on the River, without any exeep
tion. Living quite near my Boat Landing, in
Benton county, I am enabled, at all hours, to ao
commodate tbe public My boat is secured by i
good wire rope, and is otherwise constructed with
the LATEST IMPROVEMENTS for safety and
durability. Mj connection with tbe Upper Ferry,
heretofore existing, has recently been severed.'
Kates of ferriage are the same as the Upper
terry. A. A'lSAUUE,
FARMERS, LOOK HERE ! ;
20,000 lbs. of GootX Dutter,
For which I will pay, in Goods, 18 cents, up to
the 1st of July next, at my store.
May 22, 1868, RAPHAEL CHEADLE.
HARVEST OF 186S !
J. BARROWS 4 CO.,
Agent for all kinds of ; ; ,
Agricultural Implemeatis X
VT0TICE IS HEREBT GIVEN, WARNING
JL.ll the pnblio against buying or trading for
either of four promissory notes made payable to
J. Q. Thornton or bearer, for the sum of three hun
dred and seventy-five ($375,) dollars each, and
bearing date, September 25th, 1867.
Two of the above notes are payable In one year
from date, and two in two years from date.
The above notes were obtained by misrepresen
tation and without consideration for value received,
therefore I will not pay them.
Albany, Oregon, Oct. 11, 1857. v5a!7w4
FOR THE SPRING SALES OF 1E53 1
NORCROSS a COWAN,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS.
HAVE PROVIDED- THEMSELVES IN AD--vance
of the recent rise ia Cotton Ooodi
IiAKGE AJfO DE3IRADLC fi TO CI
STAPLE DRY GOODS f
WHICH CAN AND WILL BE SOLD
AT f,!ARYELOUSLY LOW PRICES I
Casta or Hercbanfable Produce
CALL ANO EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES t
We Have In large qnantltles
BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS, TICK
JNO, COTTONADES, DENIMS, 8UIF.T
INO AND CHECKS, PRINTS, DE
LAINES, ALPACCAS. GING
HAMS, JEANS. CAPSI
MERES, TWEEI S. Oaf
FOREIGN AN u
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY DRESS GOODS f
Latest Styles efYouth'u and Geatiemea'sj'
AND FURNISHING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL IOCS AND SIZES.
Paper & Linen Blinds & Fixtures.
We would call especial attention to our Stock of
IRON AND STEEL,
ZrHI -A. JR X "W-A. BE1
ITS rtL 6ATZ IS f ATIXO IT 18
The Largest trila side of Portland X
Conaiatiag ia part of
FORKS! HOES, RAKES, SPADES, SCYTHES
MILL-SAWS, CROSS-CUT, TYLER'S
IMPROVED PATENT TOOTH
MECHANICS AND BLACKSMITHS TCCLS COMPLETE
Butcher-Saws, Barn-Door Hangers, Rollers
and Track, Rope Chain, Hemp and Rub
ber Packing, Horse-Shoe Nails, BolU,
Nut and Washers, Thimble ani
Wagon Boxing, Iron
Axles, Iron and
Steel of every
Slatting Powder aad Fate.
WE ARE PAYING IN CASH the Highest Max.
ket price for Hacon, jLard and TFooI.
Call and learn oar prices, and then suit yourselL
NORCROSS k COWEN.
Albany, May 1, 1868 v2nltf
7. V. PAHRISH & GO,
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I
BRICK BLOO K .
S. K. Comer Ferry and Frcat Wu
JUST RECEIVED, a carefully selected Stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS I
SILKS, ' .'
Some i tics, Cleacaed and UaMeacaed,
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
Eats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Of all descriptions, by Wholesale and Retail, a
Cheap as the Cheapest !
for Cash or Country Produce. With new goods;
ana tow prices, we are prepared to give en
tire satisfaction to all who may favor .
us with their patronage. No.
trouble to show goods,
TTJ'KINriXvrGr' SHOP i
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RESPECTFUL-
ly inform the publio that he is prepared tq
In a workmitn-like and expeditions manner. Also.
he keens on band, and for sale. SPINNING
WHEELS, nnd the best of .
Xaw-ide Sottcxa or Otcbea CZsli I
All of nhiftK will Via nll fticn fnr Cash. - Or
ders solioited. Shoo near the old Flour Mill, at
the npper end of First street.
Nov ,23, 'M v3nl5yl
SEYENTY EUSHELS . . .
OF SONORA SEED
FOR SAIiE AT Z1Y RESIDECS.
v3n33tf CHAS. F. GAT,