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...JUNE 27, 1368.
v Honey Slarket.
Ban Francisco Legal Tender rates.......711($?2
NtffYork Gold Quotations..... .U0J
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H: , CITY CHURCH DIRECTORY.
0. S. PRXSSTTRRIA! CHCRCH ReT. W. J.
Hot tinth, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m.
C kited Pats. Cburcb Rev. S. O. Irvine,
Pur. Services at 11 a. v. and in evening.
EebUth School at 2J r. u.
C iMBKoaTioxAi. Church Rev. J. F. Damon,
Pa r. Services at 11 A. Jt. and 7 p. x. Sabbath
Sea xl at 9 A. x.
21. E. Cacaca Rev. C. G. Belknap, Fastor.
Sen ices at 11 a. st. and 7 P. x. Sabbath School
at Sr. x, . - ...
Uiptist Cbcbch ReT. R. C. llill, Fastor.
Sen ices on the 1st and 3rd Sabbaths of each
month, at II o'clock A. x. and at candle-lighling.
EabSath School at 3 p. x.
Mkthodist Chcrch, South ReT. W. A. Fin-
day of each month, in the Albany District Sohool
THE MAGAZINE FOR THE TIMES!
AssocuTiON. The Central Baptist Asso-
Ciatloa convened at the Baptist CLurCh in
this city ou Thursday, Junallth, and held
until tho following Sabbath. All the
churches vrere represented, and one that
had been constituted since last Association
received. There was a creat deal of buai
tho denominational college, the advancement TUB ClMSSt EM ECSl W tW WOrlfl.
of temperance and the spread of Gospel
truth were all under advisement, vet tho
best of feeling prevailed.
Master was with them. Ministers of dif
ferent Associations were present, and
preached plain gospel with becoming zeal.
Tho anirit of the .. "If Ppt" iuoniuiy wagasine gives more for
e money than any in the world! Jn consequence
of its merit and cheapness, it had, in 1867, a cir
culation eqalling that of all the other Ladies'
Magasines eomSined. For 1 80S, it will be greatly
improved. It will contain
Succtiior to Hampton d IttDrid,
Dealer la Every Variety of
? t : . i. jt . .
OLD STOVE DEPOT I
O ! 1ST 33 BI C3- O S ,
(LATS 0. 0. OODLXT CO.)
"Vrt -sr-r -ir- Tar -w r wi r -w -
tJ -UTtv Ar JL i 8U JLsL ,Jg j 1 Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of
Apolocitic Our senior is gone to the
mountains, as was last week announced he
would do, and all short-comings in thocdito
rial department may be attributed to that
fact. In the meantime we desiro to keep it
Preaching on the 2nd and 4th Sun- before our readers that Mr. Stipp's Balsam
. . ... ii r:.i-.. CI..., I
is still tor sale by all respcctablo druggists.
Rail Road Mktisq. On last Friday
Ueisrs. Mitchell andChcnoweth addressed a
large and interested audience at Ilarrisburgh,
on tha subject and in the interests of the Or
egon Central Railroad and nt the close of
the meeting quite a largo number of shares
of a'jock, were taken. We learn from Mr.
-J. II. Douthit, who is still actively engaged
in ct-nvassing the county, that increased in
terest is manifested by the people through-
Tni WiATntR has been cold, wet and
rainy almost tho entire week, and farmers
tell us there is danger of tho wheat suffering
by being beaten down.
ONE THOUSAND PAGES!
FOURTEEN SPLENDID STEEL PLATES!
TWELVE MAMMOTH FASHION PLATES I
TWELVE COLORED BERLIN PATTERNS !
NINE HUNDRED WOOD CUTS!
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF MUSIC!
All this will be given for only Two DoUara
a year, or a dollar less than Magasines of tho elass
of "Petorson." lis
THRILLING TALES AND NOVELETTES
CABINET WARE I
Hcddiiig, Spring Mattresses,
HAIR. PULU, MOSSi WOOL, &C, &C.
ScnooL Superintendent. Read the card
of Mr. J. W. Mack, our
County Superintendent of Common Schools,
among the new ad's.
See the notice of Mr. M. W.
Ecxcutcd In Firajt-Cla Sljle.
are the best publiahod anjwhere. All the most
popular writers are employed to write originally
for "Peterson." In 1808, in addition to its usual
ftuantitr ut abort atirlea. Ml I It OUTUfNAf.
newly-elected COPYRIGHT NOVELETTES will be given bv
Ann K KfsiVDna ttranV Iesm Tlnflift A inanrla Tiff
Douglas, and the Author of "Tho Second Life." Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
ji aiso puuiiuos -
Mack ainons; the new ad's, and if you
snt IJnn rnuntv. and nnrticularl v in the un-
ier i art of it. in regard to the Railroad HnS him cal1 anJ 8luar0 account immedi
Old Linn is beginning to wake up on this I J"
ubject, and whenever she becomes fully! We understand Grant is using Mrs. Stipp's
thint U hound to ha did " Balsam to counteract the efiects of "sod
mi i r . l . i l Mnn "
Aoe people arc ocginuiug iu see imii wncn- iwiu
ever they assist in an enterprise of this na
ture they are , benefitting themselves and
their country, and in that view of the case
they have a powerful incentive to work.
Base Ball. A Base Ball Club was or
raniaMl In this eitv on last Thursd&v week.
.. , , . . . , , I informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to
. t, a "-fcM j the foracr direction, tbey are beia rceponsibie.
MAMMOTH C0L0RE0 FASHION PLATES I
I I WVf A Ms M. M t . m m -
Ahead of all others. These plates are engraved tl"l Mrttl, IDllCr IHC UemOCfal Omtf.
LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.
1. Sabsrcribers who do not give express notice
to the contrary are considered as wishing to con
tinue the subscription.
2. It" subscribers wish their papers discontinued,
publishers may continue to send them until all
cbarres are Paid.
3. If subscribers move to other places without
on steel, twicb trk vscal sue, and contain six
figures. The will be superbly colored. Also, a
E altera, from which a Dress, Mantilla, or Child's
Toss csn be out out, without the aid of a mantaa
co alter. Also, several pages of Household and
other receipts j in short, everything interesting to
ITU THE BEST IADSES' MAGAZINE IN THE WORLD!
Try it for One Year I
Of theSXost FoTorlte Fattens.
Box Stoves I
With a full wd general assortment of
WAR If niliDAMTrrn I
1"" 'TIN, SHEET-IRON,
COPPER AND BRASS-WARE !
And all other articles email? fonnd La
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Exeenttd.
Ti:it9I8 Cash or Produce.
'Chert Reckonlafft cutke Long TrUnin."
Teh. 2, '67 r2n25tf
May 4, 1867 v2n3Staugl8
B. O. BILL.
THE SAN FRANCISCO STORE !
Terms Always in 'Ad vines t
One Copy, One Year
Fiva C pies for One Y
Eight Copies, for One Year.... ..12 00
Fourteen Copies, fur One Year .20 00
D. MANSFIELD & CO.,
ALBANY - - - OREQON.
tkos. w. mm, - for ihe mm sales op iees f
tto, 4.9 rrsat Ctest, rxtin&, CtesrsnJ
NORCRCSS i COYArj,
VHC LESALE h r?.TAIL DEALERS.
orjfiits roa sali
FROM BROWN. BRYSCN & CO.. SPRINSYILLE, KY.
J. t7erth's nonsy Dw,
Fry's Laurel Grore,
Par's Donrbca, ,
HAVE PROVIDED TIIEMSEL"E3 AD
ano of the recent rise ia CotK,,a Qw
nsntsr's Cali&raiT7aat. IABOI2 An D CTOCl
Henna zzy, .
Eayper and Swaa.
STAPLE DRY GOODS!
WHICH CA Jf ASD WILL BE SOLD
AT f.lARYELOUSLY LOW PRIDES f
Caeli er XereIxAntaSle ProUuee
call m txkuint cm met m prices i
OLD TOI, EUM, PORT WISE, SHEBET WISE, We UsiTe ln Quantities
Ca&o Liquors of All Kinds,
K?i 11 GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
tlio "bojs" are a little awkward in the ma-
Notice should alwtribe etren of the removal.
A Tf iHl.s!Kart n4t1jt n T0kftk ff t SI If A t H!
ncuTi riag vi vutj jpuuv anu aumc raiucr ppers from the office or place to wnicb tnej are
lariRt, mvMi, hutvonn ttiA mmW sent, tbev are heM responsible until tbey settle
mm w ay ww v- w & r. mw ava u I "
as to the lesitimacy of . foul " and fair"
balls, running the bases, etc., nothing
more than is usual with beginners in the
game. The plajing of the Veb-foot Base
Ball Club" will soon be brought down to a
science, and then the Pioneers " at Port
and, end "them other fellers" up and down
s3 river must look out for their laurels, be-
tl,C WO pV'V- w vp vui.
We learn later that the "young
iloo4V"f 12 to 15 jears, have taken the
Sase Ball fever and are active! organizing
j&nd pipx.ts; Ct service another Club in
xnox jx. H. M. Power has returned
frors a reconaoitering expedition" up the
oium aim. sloo. we xrc run ui tearn tuav ut
did not lose anj of his love and admiration
for the fertile plains and rich valL?jeof Wcb-
tfestt j comparing thm with the sand banks
sand ea.i-&rcsii of tho Upper Columbia.
Cekoi iaaae, Iiek.
Kr. Wbl. brw ii4 J J go Baber have re
turned from Califercua, wHtLer we learn
6he-Jiwleiati2s soon returning to reside,
ttasuitg purchased a fans In Xapa ValLej.-
C ab lefKtaai be assigns, as a reason Xbr
isietKjeeewn.-tiat be wants to get out off
t&MSpperlieaListe i Won't hebe "trad
ing thj devil for a witch" Sgurattvelj
cpeaktrg? Personally the -JJe is a good
felluw. and we hose lie mav p roe per la
worldly dungs rlrcwr "be ssay go.
A Nttr Jfir. Mr- II. W Halcye, tbe
proprietor, exiled on s tkis Keek nnd ex
liibited his new Map of Oregon and Wasl
sngton, Idaho and Montana Territories.
The Map was compiled by 3Ir. Geo. II. Bel
denf an 1 shows great precision, care and
Siccuracj ia its compilation, besides it is
very elaborate and fall in the wny of geo
grapbicU locations and points. That part
of the map embracing Oregon is undoubted
ly the best ever compiled; and we learn
from geiilemea of losg residence in the Ter
ritories ttat the location of points in those
localities is equally accurate. A good map of
Oregon is something that has long been
needed, and we think tht Mr. Eappley e's
. tills the raeancy.
5. Tbe Courts bare dcci Jed tbat refusing to take
a paper from tbe office, or removing and leaving
it uncalled for, is prima facie eviacnen or iraud.
ALBANY I'KICKS CL?ItUE.T.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY 7. CSADWOUL.
PREMIU5IS rOU OETTINO UP CLUBS:
To every person getting up a club of fire, eight.
or fourteen, at tbe above rates, a copy of the Mar-
aitoe for 1SCS will be given gratis.
CHAIILKS J. PETEUSON.
306 Cbtstnut Btrrtt. PbUadelpbla.
t-!erSpecimtna sent gratis, wben written for.
A i i AST. Sktnrdav. June 27. 1863
The following are tbe prices paid for Produce,
and tbe prices at wbicb otber articles are seiliog I JL
in tbis market :
Wheat white, per bushel. 62 ets.
Oats per bushel, 35(Vj40 cts.
Putatves per bushel. e7lgl 00.
Onions per bushel. $1 25.
Flour pr bbl, $4 :, j 09
Euttcr per pound, 20 cts.
Eggs per dozen, 20 cts.
Chickens per dozen, $2 &03 00.
l'cacbet driJ, per pound, 1620 cts.
Pork per pound, 5(6 cts.
Beef on foot, 4(,8 cu.
Mutton, per pound, 12 eenu.
Soap per pound, 5(iJ cts.
Salt Los Angelos, per pound. 2 cts.
Syrup per gallon, 1,001,12,
Tea Young Ilvson, per pound, $1 00
" Black, 755$1 CO.
Japan, $1 12.
Burnr crushed, per pound, 1720 cts.
" Island, 13(I4.
Coffee per pound, 22 & 25 cts.
Xails cot, per pound, 78 cts
HE UN'DEItSIO.VED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the public tbat tbis lioue
;has just been finished,
IN O "W OPEN
for the sxeommodatioa of all who may
favor him with their patronage.
Albany, . . oncao.
IN FOSTER'S CNE-STORY BRICK. OPPOSITE THE
fllllE ABOVE FIRM TAKES PLEASURE IN
1 notifying their friends sad the Dubiie rcner.
all, that the are
Which wo wUJ Eiehangs
FOIl CA8II OR PRODUCE!
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
A NEW STORE IN ALBANY!!
r B. RREflflER,
OPPOSITE PAnRIHIPfl BLOCK,
TVoULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the eitisens of Albany sad vicinitj that
he has Jast returned from
rpilE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFORM TIIS
X ciUsens or Albany and vicinitj that be now
occupies ins eorner brick store
Corner of First and Washington C treats.
lis Intends to sell goods
AT THE IsO WEST PRICE !
CASH OR PRODUCE ! !
The public would do well to examine or floods
i i . ,
wvivr pnrooMisg eiifwuire,
Mj Slock consists, In part, as follows :
CLOTHING. GROCERIES BOOTS AND SHOES,
SOOTS Atn SHOES, HATS AIZD CAPS,
Hard IT a rC, CrOCker J' I Ia fact, a splendid and varied sMortmcat of
Asn I us.is.uaai ujuuvuAiiuisi
BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS, TICK
ING, COTTONADES, DENIMS, SHIRT
ING AND CHECKS, PRINTS, DE
LAINES, ALPACCAS, GING
HAMS, JEANS, CAP8I
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY DRESS GOODS t
LaUst Stjrlss fTsmt&fs mni Ocatieaea's?
AND FURNISHING GOODC
D R Y GO O D S
A GREAT STOCK OF LADIES' FURNISHING,
THE FUKN I T U R E
Is entirtl new In ever department,
and is of the latest and
most approved stjles.
We respectful! ask tbe public to
and Eianlne car Stock ted Prices
Before purchasing elsewhere ; and we assure all
that wo wilt giro
ENTIRE SATISFACTION TO PROMPT CUSTOMERS.
Alban, Feb. 1667 v2n27lf
White Lead pure, per keg, $4 MQi SO.
Linseed Oil boiled, per gallon, $1 7S&2 00.
Turpentine Pr gallon, $1 50
Dosestic brown, 1CJ eta.
Hiekorr etrined. cr yard, 1I5530 ct
lied Ticking per yai.'1. 256.10 cts.
Blue Drifting per vard. ?Md,ZQ cts.
Flannels per yard, 50 75 cts.
Prints at colors, per yard, 12 C .
Rifle Powder, per pound. 75(5$' 00.
Candles best, fier pound. 2ti(u,ZZ cts.
Uiee Clinx. per pound. I2fi 16 ct.
Tobacco per poand, $1 00(1 25.
Salseratus cer pound, J6 cts.
Dried Plusas per bound, 12Jl5e,
Dried Apples pr lb. C.
" Curraau per lb. Se.
Bacoo Ilatas, r lb, ItQIZe.
Side, per t, Vc.
" Sbldcr, per tb. Sc.
Lard per ft. in cans, 10c.
French Brandy per gal., flO 012 (H)
Holland Gin per gal., $j 50
American Brandy per gal., IS 04
Jamaica Rum per gL, $9 09
Tar f 1 per gallon.
Eean--per lb., 4c
will always ie supplied with tbe best the market
asirds, and no patns wiH be spared
for tbe eotnfort and conve
nience of bis guests.
Persons arriving by bnats accommodated at all
boors, day or ntgbt.
Spitsofrooos and superior accommodations for QUICK CURES AND MODERATE CHARGES.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID-
Along experience ln tie to.iness warrants tbe I DR. IV. I. DOIIERTYS
proprietor ia pratnuing satbtfctbto to all who may
favor blrn with their patronage, if it can be done PRIVATE MEDICAL ANO SURGICAL INSTITUTE I
by bountifully supplied tables, pleasant rooms,
caeramenio etrcet, below Montgomery, oppo
site the Pacific Jliil Bleaoubip Com-
A 6000 STOCK OF THE BEST UQUOBS
Ever Drought to tbis Market!
Which he Intends to sell
omvr ron wspicikal runposssi
IV. D.wI am also at;ent for Grorer &
iHtners Hewlns Tlncblnes. Theoo Ma
chines are known to U the best in tho market
Wo alao bs leava to inform tho cablU tb&t
which ws will sell stS&&rntielsat7n.alsiamlsi
Pricss. Call and examine our stock of Clears!
t- . ? . . i
ociure purcuaatng eisewnaro.
Deo. 22, v2nl91
UT MOTTO WILL SB I
"Quick Snlesi and Small Profits).
I receivs by erery steamer a NEW INVOICE OF !
Persons are rospeetfally requested to call and ex
smloe ray goods before parehaslng elsewhere.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
cleanly beds and assiduous attention tntbeir wants.
OX COE. Or MAIS AMD &20AD-ALBIX STS.KT3, j
0 GEORGE L. RUSSELL OR TO WHOM
may concern. W. P. Philips, having
entered at this office, as a pre-emption right, tbo
S i of tbe N E i and tho N W J of S W i of Sec
tion 14 and tbe S E J of tbe N E of Section 15,
ia T 10 S R 1 W which eatrr is in conflict with
By reference to tbe netv ad' si your rcspectire pre-emption filings : You are
therefore hereby notified tbat you will bo allowed
thirty days from service hereof In which to appear
and contest said entry if yoa so desire.
Land Office, Oregon City, )
Oregon, Feb. 17, 1&68. f
OWEN WADE, Register.
41-w4 HENRY WARREN, Rcceirer.
it will hi seen that Messrs. Norcross &. Cow
An, merchants, have dls4red partnership,
llr. Norcross retires from a business in
which he has been engaged for four or five
years in Alban j, and ia which he has gain
ed a. reputation for honestj and fair-dealing
second to no man in Linn count j. Maj
abundant success and prosperity attend him
in whatever business he maj hereafter en
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been duly appointed Ad
ministrator of the estate of Lewis C. Richardson.
!lr. Cowan, his successor, is one 0f l""6"' hJ County Court of Linn county,
Linn conntj s oldest and most respected set- estate are requested to present them,duly verified,
. tiers, nan of integrity and sterling worth, to tho Undersigned, at his residence, in tbe Forks
. kC e , of the Santiam. Linn county, within six months
x And we predict for him a successful mercan- froui the date hereof.
O. W. RICHARDSON, Adm'r.
Albany, June 12, 1868.
J. C. Powell, Att'y for Adm'r. n43w4
Albas r Ficture Uallest. We rejrret
to learn tliat the proprietor of this institution,
Zlr.Paxtoa, has determined to close out his
business and return to the East in a few
weeks, lit. P. has been in Albany for
To tlie Itaptistsj of Oregon.
Pursuant to a call on the Baptists of Oregon to
eonrene at Brownsville on tho 25th December,
1867. a. few met fmnnv Ki n rr TrvmntnA hirh
many jei and has formed many ties and water), and organized temporarily by electing El-
susociaticns tfcatit'will be painful to sever, depR-C.Hill, Chairman, and Dr. Stone, SecreUry
. .. ... . ' . ' It was ordered that the original call be continued
besides, in a business view his services will only changing the time of meeting to the first
be a great loss to the community, being een- T " J in Ju,y' 1868' nd tt4t tbe Chaimutc
- - .-. J ob I and Seeretarv Dnblih th namo i
Beloved Bbkthbes: Tbe stems ot the times
Artists On the coast. His work has won hih I c,ear'y indicate that the time to favor Zion iscome.
s .1. i ine oicssmgs of our Heavenly Father aro abund
Ci:UJWlBllo "wu "u . . ia ine a" "1 bestowed on tbe feeble labors of bis witness-
Wherever mown, aee niscard m to-day's The Pillar of Cloud Is moving, and within
l-o i- .i tbe last few months tbe energies of the Holy Spir-
J '"T ",Jf uyi it have graciously attended the labors of ministers
yourself wita a correct shadow, do so tm me- of the most humble pretensions. And we believe
.di&tely. ; . ,
Thanks. A gentlemen called into the of
fice one cay this week and presented all
Jb&nds with a lot of beautiful and delicious
that in the bounds of tbe Central Association one
hundred and fifty hopeful converts have been add
ed to our Churches by experience and baptism.
Under these favorable circumstances and auspices
we ebould at an early date organize a General As
sociation for tbe purpose of concentrating onr en-
strawben ies. borne of them were the larc- Kine-dom. r.nrw nn oftni nni And
est fruit of the kind we ever saw. The tberefore earnestly, cordially and fraternally so-
whole.ha.rted i ode,t gentleo-a, po.i- It ISJStSTSlXi
tively deraanded that we should not mention to meet io Convention and co-operate with us in
v nn nnnr,ar,n - v f the enterprise. Brethren of sister Associations,
bis name ia connection with the " puph," will you meet us T
(fQ WS will have to content ourself with giv- Tne Convention will be held with the Pleasant
in the first two letters of hia nam Mv, Butte Cburcb, at Brownsville, Linn county, com.
I-s r - 7 T ... w yuuu
II.) an itating that ha is a bachelor, a per
fect gsntl tmsyi, and ppoprietor of a fine nur
sery about a half mile from. Albany.
VxKr I 'A,.
Allan j, Jan 6, 18S3.
NEW BOOK BINDERY!
112 rr.nt St, Portland.
(Nearl opposite McCorroiek's Eo,kstore.)
GEORGE W. VOULVn,
boos cindch, pafch nxjxxn, Aim
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER.
pany'a OQce, Private entrance
on Leidesdorff street,
tallUkJ rprtulg to afford IA offlicUd found
una fcirwyic mtatcai aia tm ia ircataMtH
and cmri of alt Pritatt and Chron
ic Zia, catt of Stcr
cjr and all Stxnal
CXaia St, OTpesitsj the TUxr Drug Store,
HENDEHHALL & REDPATH, Proprietors at Portland prices
BOOTS 15D SHOES OP lit II5DS 15D SIZES.
Paper & Linen BUndJi St Fixture
We would call especial attention te our Stock of
mON AND STEEL,
HARD "W-A- S. S 1
wx rrzL satx ix fATixa ir is
Tke iMTstmt tltls side ofPortl&nd I
Consistigg ia part sf
FORKS, HOES, RAKES, SPADES. SCYTHES,
MILL4FAWS, CROSS-CUT, TYLER'S
IMPROVED PATENT TOOTH
MECHANICS AND BLACKSMITHS TOOLS CCPLETE
Butener Saws, Barn-Door II angers. Rollers
and Track, Rope Chain, Hemp and Rab
. ber Packing, Ilorse-Shoe Nails, Bolts,
Natl sod Washers, Thimble and
VTsfoa Boxing, Iron
Axles, Iron and
Steel of erery
CXacUajr Pcrder ftad Pose.
WE ARE PAYING IN CASH tne Highest Mar--
ket price for ISsveon. sLardl and T7oL
Call and learn oar prices, and thea salt yourself.
NORCROSS A COWEN.
Albany, Slay 1, 1863 r2altf
V. W. PARH1SH & CO.
wnosi coods cajt bz bai
TO THE AFFJLICTCO.
WILL ALWAYS KEEP 09
HARD TBS Bf ST Off
TftLAXIC BOOUN MADE T
Jf DER and Ruled to any desired pattern
Newspapers. MagaUnea, MusLo, etc.. etc, BoCnd
ia any style, with sieatnesa and dispatcb.
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
R. W. K. DOIIERTY RETURNS HIS SIN-1 Ao U' AXiLi VAIILETIES. I BY PAYIKS CASH IH HAlin rna THC
,k..v. i i i
ibeir patronare, and would take th's onnwrtunitv
to remind them tbat he continues to eonsult at bis
Institute for tbe cure of ebronio diseases of the
,4 LIBERAL SHARE OF PATRONAGE IS
Xa. solicited, as we intend to keep as rood aa as-
ALBANY BATH HOUSE!
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE3PECT
fully inform tbe citizens of Albany and rl-
cintty tbat he bas taken ebarge of this hUblisb
went, and, by keeping clean rooms and paying
strict attention to business, expects to suit all tbose
wbo may favor bim w..u tbeir patronage. Uar.ng
beretorore earned on nothing but
First-Class Hair Dressing Saloons',
be expects to give entire satisfaction to all.
2TCbildicn and Ladies' Hair neatly cut and
suampooed. JUSEfil WEUUEU.
WHEAT! WHEAT !
100,000 BUSHELS OF HI IK AT
WANTED witbin tbe next two weeks, for wbicb
The XXighest Cash Price will be Paid,
By . . . J. GRADWOHL,
2ntft- ' Ban Francisco Store.
Of WOOL, for wbicb I rill pay the .
HIGHEST MARK? PRICE!
NOTICE Or FINAL SETTLEMENT.
JO. BUSnNELL, ADMINISTRATOR OF
the 'state of Jane Emily Cline, deceased,
having filed bis accounts in tbe County Court of
Linn county, Oregon, for final settlement of all
matters relating to said estate :
Notice, therefore, is hereby "eiren tbat said set
tlement will bo made on
Tuesday, the 7th day of July, 18G8,
at 10 o'clock A. sr., at tbe Court House in tbe citv
of Albany, in said county, at which time and place
all persons having objections to said accounts are
required to file tbeir objections in said Court at
said time, V
Done at Albany, Oregon, this 3rd day of Jane.
1868. EDWARD R. GEARY.
, ' County Judge, j
CaAsoa A Hcly, Att'ys for Adm'r v3n42w4.
menoing on tbe first Thursday in July. 1868, at 1
o eloefc f. k. R. c. HILL. Cb'mn.
ta.li. bTOiTg. Secretary. -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT EHE
long continued co-partnersbip heretofore ex
isting beteween N. H. Cranor and Geo. 11. Helm,
as partner in tbe practfee of Law, under tbe firm
We regret to learn that Mr.
H. TT. Uici, a well-known and much re-
fpscted ci tizen of Albanj, is now lying in a name of Cranor A Helm, is this day dissolved by
prscanouijtaie oi neaua, caused Dy tea
N. II. CRANOR,
GEO. R. HELM.
Albany, Oregon, Jane 4, 1838, n42tf
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN
Smith, Administrator of the estate of Dr.
William Miller, deceased, bas filed his accounts in
the County Court of Linn county, Oregon, praying
annai settlement or said estate, and tbe discharge
of said Administrator.
Notice is therefore given that said settlement
will be made on '
Monday, the QtK day of July, 1868,
at the County Court room, in Albany, in said
county, at 10- o'clock A. v., 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, 1888. County Judge.
E, F. Rrssitt, Att'y for Adm'r n42wf
ALBANY FERRY !
Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and Oenito-Url- !rt5!BW Md of 0O1 lltT M C0untr7 Oire SSe a Call aid See tor rmrselwsia.
ncry Organs, and all private diseases, vis . Syph-
lUm V.- All its forms and ((ami. Rmtnat V.1 n...
and all the horrid conseoueoees of self-abusa. Gob. i TTlrbtt Cmth Pt f. p. I feb22v3n27tf
orrboca, G'eet, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diurnal
emissions, Ssrtial Debility, Diseases of tbe, Back
and Loins, Inflammation of tbe Bladder and Kid
neys, etc.. etc.. and 2)0 hopes that bis Ions experi
ence and successful nractice will continue to insure I fV fSk I " 1 " O-
bim a share of public patrocsge. By the practice
of many years in Europe and the United States,
be is enabled to apply tbe most eCicicnt and suu
cessful remedies against 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 bigb standing io soci
ety. All parties consulting him by letter or other
wise, will receive tbe best and gentlest treatment,
and implicit secrecy.
Ws are always ready to pay the
Highest Cash Price for Fat Stock.
April 6, 187 v2n34tf
NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY I
FARMERS ANO STOCK' RAISERS !
THE FlILL-BLOODED MORGAN HORSE,
"VEIISIONT," eaa be found the en-
suing season, at tbe Cline Farm, one-balf mile
A T THE SOLICITATION OF MANY CITI
A sens of Linn and Benton counties. T havi
(it oetngtoo stage ilonte), la such manner as to
secure to tbe public better facilities, at all seasons
of the year, than eaa be had elsewhere. My Boat
is what is known as a
Wben a female is In trouble, or afflicted with
disease, as weakness of the back and limbs, pain
south or Albany, except on all publw days, when ad is the best on the River, without any excep
he can ibe isee in Albany, at Marshall A Sehlos- Ulon. . Living quit near my Boat Landing, la
Sere Stable. Innntoh niirt. T m nnVli1 ml iff liAnn n
trcmrnvm J ttf 11 r . I -J - 7 v0, mv-
.wiu wm lokieu m mneia, v ermons commodate the public My boat is secured by
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
AT TH ' . .'
BRIO K B L O O K -r
S. E. Ccmtr Ferry ftsdFrfiit Bt't
JUST RECEIVED, a carefully selected Stoek of
PAFiCY AIID STAPLE DRY GOODS I
PE RCA LOS,
ALPACAS, - .
AND PRINTS. ,
Deidettieii Keaclielsutl Uallestee
UOiES. HISSES AND CHllDEErS JKCES;
MEN'S AMD BOY'S CLOTHiNQ
Bats, Caps, Eooti and Sices,
. a 1 m f m l .... . ' 'I
in me neaa amness or signi, loss or muscular and traces his lineage back through four sucees- good wire rope, and ts otherwise eonstrueved with
pvwor, fttuiuvu vi iu, wh .rinwij, ner- ito rsnerauons o me original vustist iuono AS. I the LATEST IMPROVEMENTS for iiMf Ml
durability. MyeonnecUoa with tbe Upper Ferry, " auimuauL,
nereioiore ezisiing, oas recenuy neen severed.
vousness, extreme urinary dtmculties, derange
ment of digestive functions general debility, va
ginitis, all diseases ot tbe womb, hysteria, sterili
ty, and all otber diseases peculiar to females; aba
shyuld go or write at once to tbe celebrated female
doctor, W. K. Doberty, at his Medical Institute,
and consult him about bef troubles and disease.
The Doctor is effecting more cures than any otber
physician in the State of California. Let no false
delicacy prevent you, but apply immediately and
save yourself from painful sufferings and prema
ture death. All Married Ladles whose delicate
health or otber circumstances prevent an increase
in their families, should write or call at Dr. W. K.
Doherty's Medical Institute, and tbey will receive
every possible relief and help. The Doctor's offi
ces afe so arranged tbat be can be 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 in tbeir respective cases, and
His pedigree Is perfect and warranted.' -
Farmers are hereby respectfully invited to
Rates of ferriage are the same as the Urrer
jrerry. a. jtisakcjs,
FARMERS, LOOK HERE !
at either of the above named places and examine
tbe Horse and his stock to tbeir entire satisfac
tion. R. S. BELKNAP, Agent.
April 4, 1803 v3n33m3
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TnE
jjl nnderslgned, Executor of the estate of Davis
t .ss vlnsa A skssk enrt ttw vii4na vt awsIa a it
County Court of Linn county, Oregon, made it BUTTER WAN T E D !
tne June xerm tnereor, a. x. isos, will offer at
publio sale, to tbe highest bidder, at the Court
House door la Albany, ia said Linn caunty, Ore
Saturday the l$th day of July, 1868,
between the. hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock
p. in. of said day, the following described real es
tate, to-wit t
- AKD -
Of all descriptlins, by Wholesale and Retail si
Cheap as the Cheapest I
for Cash or Country Produce. WUX aW foodi
and low pric-es, we are prepared. Io give en- ,
. tire satisfaction to all wba saay favor
us with their patronage. No
trouble to show goods.
JiAIttEST OF 1863 I
The South half of Davis . Lay ton's Donation
who think proper to submit a written statement of Land Claim; known and described on the plats
such, in preference to holding a personal interview, snd surveys of the.. U. S. as Not No. "1924,"
are resoectrully assured that their communications Claim zno. "o," in ip. ro. ii, s. xi. jmo. 4. W..
will be held most sacred and confidential. I Linn county, Oregon, containing625 and 96-100thf j T1 H ft 6 6 HERS,
If the case be fully and candidly described, per-1 s described in tbe Patent therefor on record in I n r? s
. i !...:. sii u ', lvi. 1m' v.ir rt-.-. "... ' I . ..v'itv ' rill
Duum ouiuuiuiiicBiiuu win v Huuecviatrji as in- uv ioi mv, miuu vuuuv, vicuu.
struetions for diet, regimen, and the general treat TERMS OF SALE t - Gold coin of the U. S.
ment of the ease (including tbe remedies), will be one-balf payable on tbe day of sale, the balance
forwarded without delay, and In such a manner as in' two equal notes payable in bree' years, with
to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or interest at 12 per cent,, secured by! mortgage on
parcel so transmitted, consultation by letter or I the premises. JAMES Jr, JIOQUE,
20,000 lbs. of Good Butter5,
For which I will pay, ia Goods, 18 cents, ap to
the 1st of July next, at my store.
May 22, 1888. RAPHAEL CHEADLE.
-f.ta40tr : -
no pay. Addess,
Permanent eure guaranteed
W. K. DOIIERTY, M. D.,
San Francisco, California.
Dr. Dohertt has just published an im&ortant
pampiet embodying ms own views anq experienees
in relrtion to Impotence or Vtrilfty, being a ahort
treatise on cpermatorrbcea or oeminal Weakness,
Nervous and Physical Debility consequent on this
affection, snd other diseases of the' Sexual Organs.
Abis little wors contains icicrrtnaiion or tne ut
most value to all, whether married or sihzle. and
will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of six cents
m postage stamps for return postage.
Address, w. Jl. lVUtuivHx, H. If.,
y3nS8tf Eaa Frssclsco, Oal,
Executor of the estate of Davis Lay ton. deo'd.
Albany, June 4, 1858.
J. O..P0WSU9 Att'y for Ex'r. v3n42wfl
I WANT 20,000 LBS. OF GOOD BACON j
also Butter, both of which the highest mar
ket price will be paid. B. BRENNER.
v3n33tf .. :
4 GOOD DWELLING H0USE situated in a
XJu desirable part of tbe city, with barn, Ae.
Apply to DR. 7U. LISTER,
: . MOWERS.
J. BARROWS A CO.,
Ajerit for all kinds of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENi WARNING
the publio 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 $3T,) dollars each; and
bearing date. September 25th, 1867. ;
Two Of the above notes are payable m oae year
from date, and two in two years from date.
The above notes were obtained by- misrepresen
tation and without consideration for ralae received,
therefore I wlU act pay them.
Albaay, 0rffea Oct 11, 1237. yls!7w4
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RESPECTFUL
ly inform the publio that he is prepared t
do all kinds of
ia a wotkmaa-t.ke and expeditious manner. Also;
he keeps on hand, and for sale, SPINNING
WHEELS, and the best of viy-v; k t
Kkw-Lila Doit a ; cr Eitclsa Clalsli S '..
Ail of which Hill be Sold cheap for Cash. Orf
ders solicited. iShop near the old Flour MUl, as
the ipper end ol First street. .
JOHN JX Liii.&JLi.r.;
Not 3, 'C7T3al5yl
OF SOIsrORA SEED.
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