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BATURDAY ......OCTOBER 3, 1863.
CITY CHURCH DIRECTORY.
0. Prb8ytkjuan CamcH Rcr. W. J.
2Ionteith,Fastor. Preaching at 11 A. y. ;
u niteo 1'rks. nuRCH uev. b. u. irvine,
restor. Services at 11 a. m. u4 la evening,
Sabbath School at 2 j r. m.
i u. VII t KVIl licit Vi VJ . JJVI.MUKI
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. . Sabbath School
It 3 p. x, ........
Baptist CucncB Roy. R. C-Hill. Tas tor.
Services on theilst aril, 3rd .Sabbaths i-of each
month, at II o'clock a. m. ami at candlo-lighhng.
abbath School at 3 p. u. . -.
Mktbomst, Chtrcb, Sodtii Rev, W. A. Fin
I'' 2 i;"!ir
'day of each month, in tho Albany District School
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Rrrrw visitod Sco on last Saturday.
aaa were very lavoraoiy injprussuu wun mo
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appearances of tho village, notwithstanding
th TU.rftl caners of Oresron havo charac-
tcrixed it as a heathenish and outlandish
p!aceV wre whisty-drinking and vice run Furnitcre. It will bo observed by refer
riot, and fights and family broils aro tho or- enco t0 our nevf. ftdvertisements that Mr.
dor of the day. Although on that day thero
"was, perhaps, the Jargcst crowd that had cv-
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er assembled in that locality, wo failed to
'see any signs of drunkenness, or disorder,
or anything else that, would be calculated to
striko the stranger uniavoraDiy. iuc
fare gerrcrally new, neat and clean ; the
fctree'U' wideband weir worked; the shops
and stores amply stocked with good substan
tial articles j the people well and comforta.
Lly clad, neat-appearing, genteel, well-be
haved, sociable and hospitable to a degree
unsurpassed br any other people on the
, i."t- r,A -rttK
giooc, vu.uv;.. '.
will nut to 6Uame any lankee community in
old Puritanical New Encland,1. or anywhere
lse. Onlvtho fact that they aro uadenia.-
blr and overwhelmincly Democratic, serves
to prolcribo thera among the "God and MoV-
lity-1tes ;": and the lladlcals will find that
they will have to proscribe and malign a
f vntra .f tbi United States
aaiujvi a j v --' w'w.wwm w .
bft 3rd of next
Kart Iiex. We're out of luck this week.
Everybody has gone to the State Fair except-
a t . I
a n those w no arc loo ics or too poor, anu
fwrl fl,,;,1.n(. nr,, kn:
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V.A.MtK 'aMnsi rir n rn ! I in t mnr.lr. nnr
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darin robberies, nor norriDie suicides, nor
-unu0wuucin , ,
log fights, nor marriages, nor twins, are be-
ing perpetrated in our midst in broad-day-
light, in dark allies, in the dead hour of
midnight, by the bloody Kuklux Klan, "or
n -nfhpr man Some timo a?l we nre-
pared for such an emergency as the present
by gettin" a purp and training him to fight, brother, . Ii. Mendcnhall, m tbw his great be
. " ' . L r u: rearement thelou of tbecompanion of his choice.
out ne soon eirucs. oui tur u u
hook, and is probaivly on that lay out yet,
s we have never heard of him since. Not
to ba outdone by a dog, we got another, but
. T,rtr t;m linci riWnvered that it was not
c ij as y a m .w- -
just the proper sex to get up items,
it commenced it over-done the thing, and we
gave it away ! -- It is getting up items fur an
other man now. If any one has a dorg that
will got up only one item at a time, and that
only when needed to "fill up," he can find a
ready purcha-ser at this offic: provided the
price suits. No references nor pedigree re
quire. The only stipulations we make are
that it must be a dorgt and have the city tax
paid on it for one year, and a gun and am-
munition left to shoot it with if it isn t a
good "item dorg."
Patriotic and Beautiful. Ono of the
mterestinjr, as wcil as bcautitui, leaturcs oi
the demonstration at Scio on last Saturday,
was the appearance at the head of the pro-
cession of tbirty-seren neat and lovely young
misses, carrying banners representing the
States of thc Union, followed by ten bright
und intelligent little Democratic heroes,
rangin from eight to twelve years .f age, ency, ocymour ana jmir, ana in incais
representing the several Territories belong- cusaion ot those great fundamental prin-
jn? to the United btates. e have never
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aeen a more beautiful, intelligent, or. well-
behaved group of children of the same age,
and are satisfied that nothing but an intense-
ly Democratic community could produce
Prexich Beer. We take pleasure in an
nouncing to the public that Metsrs. Keifer &
Roggcrs, of the Albany Brewery, took the
first premium on beer at the county Fair
last week. The Corvallis Brewery was rep
resented at the Pavilion, and, although its
beer was pronounced hya$ klost by the com
xnittee,' ihe Albany beer was adjudged"hyas his brethren to rote with the Democrats
kloser," and bore away the blue ribbon. hereafter. He alludes to thc false prom
TSose who desire it can also find the best ;ses of the baggers, and asks his colored
)r&nd of ale at the Albany Brewery. friCDfj3. have you cot your mule? I
-Hessrj. Kiefar & Roggers are gentlemen of
the 1 'first water." and we are glad of their
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. Kattt. On last Wednesday Messrs. Tally
. & Anderson, of the 'Gem Saloon" in this I
city, tore away the ice-house in the rear of
their saloon, and made a "rat-killing bee"
on the occasion. They sent out invitations
and gathered together about twenty dogs,
and seventy-five men and boys armed with
.clubs, knives, stones and brick-bats ; and in
the space of an hour they had "slewed" six-
ty-eight rats enough to make a good square
.meal for all the Chinamen in the State.
Look out. The farmers of Oregon have
"just finished reaping a rich harvest, and arc
bringing it into town as fast as possible.
All kinds of business will, consequently, be
good tais fall,', and those of our merchants
who advertise liberally will get the cream of
1L. X 1 T ...I,.. . J III... .-1
Will Soon Arrive. Mr. Jas. Cowan, of
this city, will soon arrive from San Francis-
-co with( a large, stock of fall and winter
goods, -and then we would advise our patrons
to look out for bargains at the old stand of
A. Cowan, on the corner of Main and Broad-
lalbin streets. -'
Thoss Shawls. Mr. R. Cheadle has just
received the finest stock of ladies' shawls
Hhat we have ever seen in this market. We
would ndvise our lady friends to call at the
fltore and take a look at them. Ilia French
hosiery are also fine and beautiful.
Receipts. We understand that the gross
receipts of the. Linn County Agricultural
Association at the Fair last week were $2,700
-ior ab3U.t one hundred dollars more than
tbaVprTthrair.of.J867.. . .
Matrimonial. On last Monday our
(County Clerk issued a marriage liccnso for
tho weaving of tho silken cords of hjmcn
'around the manly frame of a gay youth of
GO Bummers, named John Davis, and a gush
ling damsel, vrhb is just "busting into vro
manhood" aged about 72, named Mrs. Boggs.
May their union prove a success. (P. S.
Wo would "string out" a littlo moroon con
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gratulatfons to this loving pair adown tho
flowery valo of bliss, but no "squivalents"
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have vet been received at this office.)
Ljay ftInan had his arm accidentally sawed off
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l,J n norse-povrer wooa saw, ai ino rcsmcucu
of Judge Geary, four miles from this city.
Wo ate not able to give tho unfortunate
lso,on lastWednostlny, Mr.
I fst w Pki- - am a s r iltA tnnla in 1 v n 1 n rft 'si
v..i. v. w. ...
! mi ,i i i - i i ' ii.' i.
i Hii w-ni 1 1 1 . in inis riiv. una ins uiiu iiurri-
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Wy wangled by one or the iron dogs sinning
,m wuuc " wns ing r U'K "
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ranging it on the carriage lor the saw.
Snmurt Dennv flins his banner to tho
J breeze in this weeks issue of the Democrat.
e scjjh furn;turo Gf an kinds at tho most
reasonable prices, and wo would suggest to
our fr;cnj3 that they givo him a call.
word to the wise," etc.
Musical. We desire to call the attention
of thoso interested, to tho card of Mrs. F.
Dalton, among tho new ads. An opportuni
ty is offered to thoso desiring musio lessons.
On Thursday tnorninr. October 1st, at the rl
dence of the brideN father, in tbU county, by Iter
r. c. Hill. Mr. Geo. F. Scttlcuicu and Miss
Em" F REED-n f L5dd cwunt
GoCm1 1 Ogo s captured at last, and
has surrendered to ono of the loveliest and
direst of the maidens of old Linn. We
tender the loving couple our most heartfelt
wisnes tor meir nnppmess ana prosperity
aaown me 8 varied crude, no please a
"doublo health" to the fair bride and her
Whereas. By the ruth!e and unrclentiog
I Pi tt ,1 ftf il t It ami Cttjta ant fltilAAtstik f
Sarah MasDUSHALL, was taken from our mid.t
on the morning of the 2Jlh iniL; and, whereas,
I wo recognized in her a firm friend of tbo eauso of
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temperance, a tender companion aad a kind and
ioriug suter who hj bcr genUellcSt of fpirU anJ
amiability of character Lad endeared herself t
allbeing loved most by those who knew her bct;
Therefore, be it
Rfolred, That ?, tho members of Western
Star Lodgo No. 10, I. 0. U. T., do most deeply
mouro oft ftaj iBccrcly sympathize with our
je,ulceJt Xbat a mTk of mjt for tbe do.
parted, we will .wear a badge of
JucrLrJfia fur lho rcrainJ';f f
the term endio?
JietoheJ, That & copy of these resolutions be
forwarded to the Cortallis Gattttt, and also to tbe
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Submitted in Faith, Hopo and Charity."
F. M. WiDswonTH, 1
Wm. S. Dmr.cs, Committee.
Marcttc Wright, )
Albast, Sept. 29, JSCS.
Mtatc Central Committee.
Salem, Sept. 23, 18GS.
The State Central Committee met pur-
guant to call, atjd was called to order by
tic Chairman, Hon. L. F. G rover.
A quorun, le:n? prcseat thc following
proceed mgs were had :
C. Ji. jJelhngcr was choen becretary.
It being the penttment that a vigorous
.i1Atli,i v,A r.mnfwl -
s.aAaajsvamasaajak ita w a ' : w a v
motion it was resolved that thc commit-
tec, through its Chairman, invite by letter
distinguished speakers throughout the
State to take an active part io the pending
canvass on behall ot thc Democratic nonn-
nees tor the 1'residency and ice-frcsi-
Tu Pnmm:P(1 rn,,,;, tl.. vl.mr
and power of the Democratic organization
;n t,e State of Oregon, and cheered by
its late splendid victory io June last, oeve-
theless urge upon the party everywhere
(ceaseless vigilance and coutant labor for
that triumph which wc know awaits us in
L. F. C HOVER, Chairman.
C. B. Bellinger, Htcy.
John Duprce, nigger, cf Georgia, is
tired of the carpet-baggers and advises
... rtf flrifl thp- ,olli n, rht
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here ia Irwmgton, they was going to give
us one. Have you got your 40 acres of
an j y jTave y0ll got your $1,000 in
rp . . , . answers whar's your
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" Skinners." Organizations under
thig name are forming in Illinois, aDd
1. tbo mn. om .q
position to the "Tanners." They ex-
pect to skin more radicals in November
than the Tanners can attend to. They
propose to y-Grant. , -
HALF A MILLION PER DAY. It will
be seen by the statement of the Secreta
Uy 0f the Treasury, that during the
month 0f julv tho Dublic debfc t... btje
increagcd at the rate 0f Nearly Half a
MlLLI0N PBb DAT I How do TOU like
Radical rule 1
Grant says that Douglas went Last to
sea his mother when he was a candidate
for tne Presidency ; and he sees no rea.
son why, now that he is candidate for
the same office, that he shouldn't go West
to see his pap poose.
Mrs. Tyler, wife of Ex-President Ty
ler, and daughter, are at present on a visit
to. Washington, and are being visited by
a large number of friends. This is Mrs.
Tyler's first visit to Washington since she
presided with such grace at the White
House. ' . : "
JOB WORK Flatly and obeaplj done at
tfcij o$oev .. - ',
Tho English in Abyssinia wero obliged
to make boots for their foot-soro elephants
before thoy could climb tho : mouu tains
with the batteries. .
I'uro lllood, yimlily IVator.
Furo blood may be compared to pure water, and
Impuro blood to muddy water. If you pn? mud
dy water through muslin you soli It ; continue th
prooccxs ana vou cover it wiui iihok muu. jhooi.
passes through nil parts of tho body) If good an
pure it nourishes and cleanses tho pnrts it goc
through. If impure It leaves mure or less dirt bo
hind it. BitAsnnKTti's Fills nro tho roedlcin
wanted, because thy are made on purpose to tak
dirty humors out of tho body, and they never fall
Thoso pills cure scrofula, oven of forty years stand
ingj they havo enred cases of rheumatism when
tho patient had not walked for four years ; of par
alyais whore tho legs had loot their power of move
mont for seventeen years. The cviJenco in theso
cases cannot bo disputed. I thero a town In the
world where such evldrncq exists not? . If Drax
pnr.Tii s 1 ills Iiavo Leon ntueii usea intro we
know, that such evldcnco can bo found.
But bo sure and sco upon each box my name in
the (lovoroment stamp, In whlto K-ttrrs,
B. I n a xnnrTii, Brandrcth IIiu?o, Xcw York.
Sold by all druggiMts. nvlwi.
N K W A I) V E It T I S E M 1) N T S
MRS. F. DALTON,
INSTRUCTIONS OX THE PIANO-FORTE,
At htr rUnee, on .Second ttrttt.
Albany, Oct. 2, 4u7lf.
At DKALta IN
ALL KINDS Or CABINET WARE!
Store on Tirst street, under tho Ijehocrat OCcc.
Albany, Oct. 1, 1SC YlaTtf.
DISSOM TIO.V NOTICi:.
yroTicn is iicitEUY uivv.s that Tin:
X partnership hcretofuro exiling I.cJwmu J.
lUrris, J. J. Tvwer. W. II. Mtndeohall and Jan.
Ueupaib, under tbe Grtu ntrtio of Karris A Co.
in the Lutcherinc buiiuess. was disnolrcd. br mu
tuarcoutent, on tho 10th day of Sojfetnb-r, 1 H6S
J. S. Towrr retiring from tho firm, Tho buioet
will hereafter bo eoudueted by Harris A Co. All
liabilities icfurreJ by the late rtn will be settled
by the tew rm.
J. IIARF.If!. .
J. 8. Townn,
W. II. MENDKN'UALL,
Albany, Sept. 10, ISCSrlaltf
VTOTICUIS llEKEBY lilVEX TH T TIIF
uodertigticd ijuaratun of the minor heirs of
Aurelta aushn, Ueceated, pursuant t- an
of the toucty Court of I.Sno Couutr,
made on tho Vtb day of Sept. 1C. will, t.ri Tues
day tb 27th day of Oetvbi-r, I8C, cll at the
Court House dor in Albatsy in sai l eoonty
at public sale between the hours f 9 o'clock a. h.
and 4 utkfk r. w.. of sal 1 day, tLo MWrnlt-.e tl
property Wlonjring to said inim rt, t wit :
. 11. raa-r s Donation Land Claim, Not. No.
commencinsf 10-57 claims Writ from tho !sttlh
Lat corner of sec I. Tiwnhip 15, South Kan re
3, Vet WilUnutte Meridian. Lion County, Orr
ifon ; thenro fpt chiti t- the one-half
mi!o stak on thc Futh boundary of aiJ Hee.
ther.ee coth fifty-fir? chains to the North Wejit
comer of the land claim of WiUiain Carr. Not.
No. "32iii thence East 29-3 chaits t-j tie
outb Wt crt!er t,f John It WiUun't land claim,
Not. 3017 ;" thence NV'rth t- rhe place of beffin-
ning containing 160 acre, more t le.
T E KM O F A L K : f!ot4 coin of the FcUe l
States, one-half t be paid at the time of the sale,
the balance ia one year, secured by mortrazo on
tho premUes, with interest at ten per cent per aa
num. W. H. CALLAWAY, Guardian.
Albany, Orej.,n. Sept. 2Clh, IMS.
FOU ELL A FLINN, Atfys Ut G'dn.
In the Circuit Court of the State tff Oregon
for the County of Linn.
TcrilJa Willard, ITjT, r. Franklin Ii. Wit
Suit in Kquity to obtain a Ditorce.
To Frankiln 1). Wiliard, Defendant afore
said: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OFCHEtlON;
You are hereby required t appear io ihe Circuit
Court of the Stale of Oregon for the County of
Linn, within ten days from the dato of tho scrrirc
of this suramoui upon you if servd within said
County of Linn, but if sorted in any other couoty
io tbe Htate of Oregon then within tweoty days
from tbe date of such rerrice, and answer tbe
complaint of thc 1'iaintiir in the abovo entitled
cause against you, on file with the Clerk of said
Court, or judgment for want thereof will bo Ukcu
againrt you. ...
You are hereby further notified it you fail to
Uvnswar said complaiLt as aboro required, the
rlaintiU will take judgment against you, for want
of an answer, and will apply to tbe Court at tho
next regular terra thereof for a decree, dissolving
the bonds of matrimony now cxiting between
you and said l'lainti:T, and for such other and
further relief prayed for in this complaint, as may
to tbe Court seem agreeable to equity ; and the
costs and disbursements of this suit to be taxed.
Given under my hand this 18th day of Septem
ber, A. I). 1863. N. II. CRANOIW
Atfy for Fi'ff.
By ordcrof Hon . R. F. Boise.
- State or Oreoox, 1 g.
CotmTr or Li.x.i,
I hereby certify tbo foregoing to be a true copy
of tbo original Summons now cn file in my office.
This 21st day of Sept, 16C8.
GEO. It. HELM,
InCwfl Clerk of said Court
THE FALL AND WINTER STYLES!
or 1868, im
SILK and CASSIMERE HATS !
AltB WOW rtEADY, AT
J. C. MEUSSDOItFFER & BRO'S.
T7e alto wish to call attention to our well selected
HATS AJSTID CLAJPS,
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French and American HXannfactarc 2
Of which we Lay a great variety of Late Styles
too numerous to mention ; and as our Brother, J.
C. Menssdorffcr, ia now
IN NEW YORK, .
to attend to tbe ' "
:M A X U F ACTURI5 O
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line himself, we feel confident that we can offer a
much better material, and at lower prices, than
ANY other House on tho Pacific Coast.
will find it to their interest to examine our stock
before pnrchasing-elsewhere.- Wo invite every one
to call and examine our immonse stock, at
No. 72 Front Street, Portland.
No. 125 J. Street, Sacramento, Cal.; corner D and
2d streets, Marysrille; 635 and 637' Commercial
street, San Francisco, Cal. . ;
Wholesale House, at 628 Commercial, ex.
tending through to 637 Clay street, San Francisco.
Factories, at 462 Broome street. New York,
and 49 Boulevard St. Maxterf, Paris, Fraptf. : s
NEW ENGLAND ,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Assets - - - $7,000,000 t6
Cash Distrlhutlons of 18C7 - - 526,568 t5
Total Surplus Divided - - 2,726,573 55
Losses Paid In 18C7 ... 381,600 00
Total Losses Paid - 2,796,100 00
Income lor 597 - - 2,203,808 00
No Extra Charge for Traveling to and
from the Atlantlo States, Europo,
Oregon, and Sandwich Islands.
Tills old and popular Company Is goremcd by
tuo NON-FOHFUn UKli law of Massachusetts.
ALL NET EARNINGS DIVIDED ANNUALLY AMONG THE
r a i a . 4
Losses pnia promptly, au poucicsAon-roriitAHa
DIVIDENDS DKCLAKKI) ANL FA1D ANNU
Firtt Dividend Avaihill at thh I'mjmtnt tf the
, , ,Vcoi' Annuul I'rcimum.
lint one class of members ( Policy holders) la
this Company, anion; whom tho annual surplus Is
Unbiased Judirinent, based upon earcftillnresti
nation, will how (hat this (tho oldest Mutual Lifo
Insurance lotiitHftT or Ainenoa) offers more equl
tU s to tho initur'd than any other Company doinj;
buftlncfts on this coast.
Life Inoruni-e is n Judicious Investment for con
ItaiistK. It is a m nr. investment f r thoso in mod
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ernio rir.i'.unsianccs, oy wokui incy may, witn a
small amount of funds, leave to their families
am pit) means for their support In caso of tho early
decease of the iuiurod.
Home Oflce, 39 Stato Street, Boston.
FACIFJC BRANCH OFFICES: 202 Mont-
comery street, San Francisco; l'.oom 3, Carter's
IJutlding, l'ortlttod. Ori son.
IiVJJKSON A HAINES,
i:. f. Itt SSr.LL, Anent,
Farrih A Cs Dlck, Albany, Oregon.
Tin: siiArnii on the clouds and the
trees do nt differ m.ra widely than the f-.rws of
nervous dren. HomeUroes both tho tuln 1 and
body are affected, sometimes lh body only, and
often the complaint Is confined to a single mem-
cr. In ono class of cases the motive nervts alone
are disordered, as in St. Vitus' I'accc; In anoth
er clan, the nerres of senrsUtn tuy are attacked,
as in neuralgia, ti douloureux, toothache, ear
ache, Ac. Fa!n i. in fa-t, the Immediate con
Uttcnce of a disturbed condition of the nerroos
yt,m; for only thru-h the delicate fibres of
which it Is composed can pain bo experienced.
remrs hysteria, and most of the unpleasant feel
ings uiu.illy included under the head of rtrvoue
ne, arisi from frfita tbe weiVness of there sensi
tive threads which pcrr&io every part of tbe
animi strurture and have their source in the foun
tain head of all fenation tie brain. Tfce tonic
action of IIOSTETTZIi'S IiITTEF.5 Is of vaM
serviro in cmcs of this kin I. .Nervoos headache.
rdinary fsceache, neuralifle pains and every va
riety of spasmodic torture, mc quickly alleviated
y the ue of the reparation which at once bra
ce and trabjui'it s the nerves. Persons of alym-
hati5 ti-raperamctst and feeble organiiation are
specially subjuct to thesj complaint, and should
ale the Fitter daily as an lnvij,forant. Ladies
will derive reat brntf.t ftm them ia all the p--
eu!iar phytkal and mental diturlaces to which.
at a sex, they are suiject. Afafaiida, valeraln,
nd the tth?r ner lr.e Bf uaily prescribed for these
ffertions, at bt tairtly allevUlo them for thc
irnabelni-: but the Fitters ara a rermanent in.
Igorant, and their value as i rtrcely for every
phase f t;ervoun-s i beyond alt estimate.
CONSTITI'TIONA L WEAKN IS.
It is a gresj thin to bare a sound and vigor
ous constitution. There is nothing that money
can buy ccmpnrablo in value to this best cift tf
nature. Ihe difference between the individual
who has it and the unfortunate who has it not, is
jut tho difference between the man who j;ot into
atlle clothed in defcnire armor and one who has
oibing to oi pose the sword ahd bullet but his
naked breast. "The pestilence that walketb in
darknesit, tbe sieknett that destroyeth at noonday,"
bite it lays low the man of feeble ttamiaa, is of.
ten conquered by the native strength cf what is
called an "iron constitution."
Heaven, however, has not endowed even a moie
y of mankind with this inetimable blessing, and
nd therefore it behooves those who have it not.
to resort to those most efficient means of constitu-
ional iuvijroration 'which science can supply.
There is good warrant for asserting that HOS
TETTKR'S BITTERS aro admirably adapted to
promote this end. Other tonics have their draw
backs. The concentrated extract of poisonous
vegetable substances, which within tho last few
years have been introduced into tbe practice of
medecino as iuvigorants, aro all extremely dan
gerous. Frnssie acid and strychnine, though of
ten given as strengthening medicines, nre not tnfe
even in the dirolautlvo docs ; and quinine disas
trously affects the nerves and the bones. But in
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS there is positively
nothing that ia not healthful and wholesome.
They contain no ingredient which by any process
could bo converted into active poison, and yat as
a constitutional stimulant are infinitely preferable
to any of the sulphates and acetates which have
been recently added to the materia medica.
The OovER!t wk!(t CocKTxnstcx. TBe coun-
terfciting of Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters is now a
somewhat more serious as well as difficult business
than it was a few years ago, each bottle of the
genuine article being authenticated by the official
indorsement of the United States Rcvcnuo De
partment in the form cf a stamp engraved on
steel, to counterfeit which is a felony. See, there
fore, that this Government Countersign, as well as
tho engraved label and note of hand of tbe pro.
prictors, is attached to the bottle. Tbe label I
embellished with a superb representation of St.
George on horseback, in the act of spearing the
Dragon, and underneath is a shield or escutcheon,
bearing a warning inscription, which counterfeit
ers are advised to road beforo they encounter the
penalty which it sets forth. Below this again is
Ilostetter A Smith's noto of hand, the signature
to which it would be rather a serious businoss to
forgo. If tbe public will look to these verifica
tions ot tbe genuineness of the article before they
purchase, they cannot be deceived. The proprie
tary label and Government stamp are both execu
ted on steel in the most elaborate stylo of bank
note engraving, and are probably the most expen
sive specimen of graphic art ever attached to any
medical preparation. - r ' ; ,
PREPARED AND SOLD BY
HOSTETTER & SMITH,
. . Si PITTSBURGH, PA.
For sale by all Druggists, Grocers aad Store
keepers throughout the world.
.S-Aoests ton Pacific Coast
HOSTETTER, SMITH fc CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, San Franoiseo.
WHEAT AND OATS!
100,000 Bushels of Wheat nud Oats
WANTED within the next two weeks, fof whioh
Tbe Highest Cash Price will bo raid,
By J. GRADWOHL,
Y1li2 - Bun TriBoIeeo Brer.
WILLAMETTE STEAMBOAT CO.'S
fItOM AND AFTER THIS DATE UNTIL
X further tiotlce,
THE STEAM UP, .
mm: .... wmati
: - ' t . J , .
WILL LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY DAY.
for ori:c;on city,
At 6;S0 A. AI., connecting with the Steamer
On MONDAYS and THURSDAYS of each wask,
For Salem, Albany and Corvallis
and all Intermediate points; and with the
On the same days for DAYTON.
RKTIJRXIXC; Will leave Oregon City
at I o'clock F. M except Wednesdays and Sat
urdays, on wnic-h day she will await the arrival
of the steamers SUCCESS and ANN from above.
7T" For Freight or Passage, antdr to J. II
SMITH, at the American Exchange Wharf.
sepSevlnCtf. . IB JLl IrCldenf.
n. MijrsriKt.n. n. c. hill. if. XAxsrir..p.
D. MANSFIELD & CO.,
ALBANY, - - 0REG017.
IN FOSTER'S ONE -STORY BRICK. OPPOSITE THE
FI1IIE ABOVE FIRM TAKES PLEASURE IN
notifying their friends and the pubJic gener
ally, taai tiiey fire
Which we will Exchange
FOU CASH Oil PRODUCE!
YEUY LOWEST PItlCES.
We rrt pectfuilj ak the public to
and Examine cur Stock end Pritci
Efre purshajilrg elsewhere ; and weastsreall
that we w:U give
ENTIRE SATISFACTION TO PROMPT CUSTOMERS.
Albany, Feb. 18, C7 v2n2Ttf
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID-
QUICK CURES AND MODERATE CHARGE?.
DIt. IV. IX. DOIIEtTTY'ft
PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE !
Sacramento Street, Wlow Montgomery, oppo
site the IUciCc .Mid Htcambi Com
pany's Office, Private entrance
on Icidcsdorfl street,
EUtllid tjrprtufy t afford ike afflicted found
and ttirnlijle mediettt aid in the treatment
and eure of alt Vi'crt't and ('Aro
ic DUrattt, cnttt of St erf
cy and att Stxual
TO TIIK AFFLICTED.
R. W. K. DOIIERTY RETURNS HIS SIN-
cere thanks t his numerous patients far
their patronage, ana would take th s opportunity
to remind them that ha continues to consult at his
Institute for the euro of chronic diseases of the
Lung, I.ivr, Kidneys, Digestive and Uenito-Uri-nary
Organs, and alt private diseases, vis. Fypb
iiis in all its forms and !age, Seminal Weakness,
aud all tho horrid eoniiienees of self-abuse. Gon
orrhoea, Gleet, Strictures, Nocturnal asd Diurnal
emissions, Fcxual Debility, Diseases of tbe Back
and Loins, Inflammation of the Bladder and Kid
neys, et., etc., and bo hopes that his long experi
ence aud successful practice will continue to insure
htm a share of public patronage. By the practice
of many years in Europe and the United States,
bo is enabled to apply the most efficient and sue
cesiful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He
uses no mercury, charges moderate, treats bis pa
tients in a correct and honurable 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
it ire, will receive the best and gentlest treatment,
aud implicit secrecy.
When a femalo Is in trouble, or afflicted with
disease, as weakness of the back and limbs, pain
in the head' dimness of sight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, ner
vousness, extreme urinary difficulties, derange
ment of digestivo functions, general debility, va
ginitis, all diseases ot the womb, hysteria, sterili
ty, and all other diseases peculiar to females; she
shyuld go or write at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. Doherty, at his Medical Institute,
and consult him about ber troubles and disease.
The Doctor is effecting more cures than any other
physician in the State of California. Let no false
delicacy prevent you, but apply immediately and
save yourself from painful sufferings aud . prema
ture death. A'.l Married Lad'.cs whose delicate
health or other circumstances prevent an increase
in fheir families, should write or call at Dr. W. K.
Doherty's Medical Institute, and they will receive
every possible relief and help. The Doctor's offi
ces are so arranged that he 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. Doherty in their respective eases, and
who think proper to submit a written statement of
such, in preference to holding a personal interview,
aro respectfully assured that their communications
will be held most sacred and confident"!.
If the caso be fully and candidly described, per
sonal communication will bo unnecessary, as in
structions for diet, regimen, and the general treat
ment of the case (including the remedies), will be
forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as
to convoy no idea of the purport of the letter or
parcel so transmitted. Consultation- by letter or
otherwise, fhek. Permanent eure guaranteed or
no pay. Addoss, W. K. DOHERTY, M. D.,
San Franoiseo, California.
Dr. Don but v has just published an important
fiamplct embodying his own views and experiences
n 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 the Sexual Organs.
This little work contains information of the ut
most value to allwhether married or single, and
will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of six cents
in postage stamps for return postage.
Address, , . W. K. DOIIERTY, M. D., ,
Sn38tf San Francisco, Cal.
WANT 20,000 LBS. OF GOOD BACOtf
also Butter, both of w'uich tho highest mar-
,t priea will be padd. . V. BREXNX3. .
VS3Sf ., . , .
MAIN STREET - -
(iifs C. C. Of.DI.XT CO.)
Keeps constantly oo hand a general assortment of
T O V E S !
Of thfc3IOt Favorite Patterns.
Box Stoves !
With a fail and general assortment of
COPPER AND BRASS-VARE! -
And all other articles usually found to a
Repairing foalljr and Promptly Eiecotcd.
TERMS-' Cash dr i'rbclucc.
"Short Rockoninc make Long friend."
Feb. 2, '67 v2n2Mf
THE SAN FRANCISCO STORE!
ALBANY - - - OREGON.
rrUIE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFORM TH3
X eititensof Albany and vicinity that be now
occupies the corner brick store - '
Corner of First and Washington Streets.
lie intends to sell goods
AT THE LOWEST PRICE!
CASH OR PRODUCE !!
The public would do well to examine ay Goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
My Stock consists, In part, as follows :
COOTS AND SHOES,
A GREAT STOCK OF LADIES' FURNISHING.
- ... FANCY G00D3.
A G00O STOCK OF THE BEST LIQUORS
Ever Drought tot hit Market!
Which ho intend if to sell
ONLY TOR SXEDXCXNAXt FtmrOSES
X. II.- I am also agent for GrOTer fc
Baker'N Hewing Machine. These Ma-
cbines are known to be the best in tbo market.
W also b"g leave to Inform the public that we
are 51 AN L FADTLRING good art;-le cf
C I G A It S !
which we will sell at San Francisco Wholesale
Frices. Call and examine our stock of Cirars
neiore purchasing elsewhere.
I have also all kinds cf
STOVES AND TINWARE !
Which I will sell for tbe
Lowest C'ak Price I
I will dispose of the '
TINWARE . FOR, COUNTRY PRODUCE.
,Dee.22,'e8 ?2nl91y ,
NOW IS YOUR TIME
Above High-Water Mark !
NEW WAREHOUSE READY
STORE WHEAT AND OATS!
With all sorts , of Improvements for receiving
Wheat by Elevators from wagons on tho street.
Wheat Dought at all times, and the
HIGHEST CASn TRICE PAID ON DELIVERY.
Sacks furnished for those that wish to sell.
Oats Wanted, and Cash paid on delivery, at
R. CUEAELE'S NEW WAREHOUSE,
anl5v3nS2tf Albany, Oregon.
Clain St? Opposite the New Drag- Store,
MENDENHALL & REDPATH, Proprietors
WILL ALWAYS KEEP ON
BA5D TUB BEST OP
MEATS OF ALL VARIETIES.
A LIBERAL SHARE OF PATRONAGE IS
solicited, as we intend to keep as good an as
sortment, and of as good quality as the country
affords. n , ; , j i
We are always ready to pay the
Highest Cash Price for" Fat
April 8, 136r v2n34tf ; -
A. WINTER, HAVING PURCHASED
formerly belonging to A.'B. Paxton, is prerpared
from i'Caftss. 4: Vitit np to life eiie. Also
vi:; J "SUN PEARLS !M :
Atit nerson who has had card victures made
here since the Gallery was burned down (in 1863)
cai get piotures from the negatives at the rate of
three dollars per dozen.
Hansr bad eibt years' expenonoe la the busi
ness, I beiidTttth&i I tan insure to giv aatisf-
FOR THE SPRING SALES OF "1868!?
ANDRE W GO WAN
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER;
H" "AVE TROVIDED THEMSELVES 1ST. AD-
ranee of the recent rise id' Cotton Good!
with ft .
cArge and Di:smArjn stock:
SfAPLE DBY GOODS!
WHICH CAN AND WILL BE SOLD
AT MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICES !:
Cash or rchan table Prodnear
CALl AMD EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES I
W Ilaro Jn Largre qaaniillci
BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS. TICK
ING. COTTO.VADES, DENIMS, SHIRT
ING AND CHECKS, PRINTS, DE
LAINES, ALPACCAS, GING.
HAMS, JEANS, CA8SI-
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
tatest Styles of Tenth's and Gentlemen's
AND FURNISHING GOODS"
BOOTS AXD SHOES OF AIL A5D SIZE
Paper fc Linen Xilindx & Fixfnrefl
We would call especial attention to our Stock of
IRON AND STEEL,
JE3T AKD "W -A. jR IB
If B FEEL SXTZ IS FATIXO IT IS
Tlie Iarget this aide of Portland X
Consisting' in part of
FORKS. HOES, RAKES. SPADES, SCTTHES;
MILL-SAWS, CROSS-CCT, TYLER'S
IMPROVED PATENT TOOTH
MECHANICS AND BLACKSMITHS TCCLS COMPLETE -
Butcher Saws. Barn-Door Hangers, Rollers
and Track, Rope Chain, Hemp and Rub- .
ber Paekinr, Horse-Sboe Nails, Bolts,
Nats and Wasberi, Thimble and
Wagon Boiinfr, Iron
Axles, Iron and
Steel of every
Blasting Powder and Fuse.
WE ARE PATING IN CASH the Highest Mar-
ket price for Eaton, Lard and Wool.
Call and learn our prices, and then suit yourself.
N0RCR0S3 Jt COWEN.
Albany, May 1, lies T2nltf
PROOF OF THEIR SUPERIORITY.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
Office of tbe Gexebal ScpcnnrTExsETr, Y
Alto a. Pa., Dee. 15, 1S67. j
Gextlexbx : The watches manufactured by yon
have been in use on this Railroad for several years
by our engine-men, to whom we furnish watches
as part of our equipment. There are now some
Tbrbk Hcxdrid of them CAnaicn os orn Lias .
and we consider them GOOD AND RELIABLE
TIMEKEEPERS. Indeed. I have great satisfac
tion in saying YOCR WATCHES GIVE US
LESS TROUBLE, and have worn and do wear
much longer without repairs than any watches we
have ever had in use on this road. As yon are
aware, we formerly trusted to those of English
manufacture, of acknowledged good reputation,
but as a class they never ket time as correctly,
nor have they done as good service as yours.
In these statements I am sustained by my pred
ecessor, Mr. Lewis, whose experience extended
over a series of years. Respectfully,
American Watch Company, Waltham
rrcw yoiux central railroad.
Locomotive Department, Westers Division,) ,
Rochester, Dec. 24, 1568. J
Gehtlemex : I have no hesitation in saying
that I believe the great majority of locomotive en
gineers have found by experience that Waltbax
Watches abb tbb most satisfactory of any
for their uses. They run with tbb greatest
accuracy and .steadiness, notwithstanding the '
rough riiing of an engine, and, as I have sever
known one to wear opt, they must be durable.
I hope to see the time when railway companies
will generally adopt your watches, and furnish. -
them to all engineers and conductors. In my opin-
ion it would greatly tend to promote regularity
and safety. Yours respectfully, ?
CHARLES WILSON, G. Chief Engineer, H ,
. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.. '
American Watch Company, Waltham.
Evry Watch Folly Warranted.
For sale by all first-class dealers in the United1'
. States. ' : -
ROX1SINS & APPLETON, "!
No. 1C2 Broadway,
General Agents. "
H. B. GRAY A CO., San Francisco,
Agents for California
LL FER&ONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
indebted to me by note or book account are .
notified to eoz&e forward and settle the same with
out delay. ,
Give the matter your immediate attention, and
, June 27, 1868 v3n45tf. M. W. MACK.
; FURS I FURS I FURS 1,V'.:
FpijrE BIGIIEST Uff3 ?RJCS PAID JOfsT
J. 1 slllisds, $7 : H ' 7 U v -