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SATURDAY ...BjEtfEMBER 12, 1863.
The election for cjty officers took placo last
Monday, and resulted in tho election of a
Democratio Major, Recorder, Treasurer,
and four out of the six Councilmcn. Owing
$o peme dissatisfaction with a portion of tho
Democratic ticket, tho Radicals elected tho
Marshal and two Councilmcn. Tho average
rote of tho successful Democratic candidates
hows a slight increase over the Democratio
majorities of last year ; and there , is no
question thaftho city of Albany is decidedly
Democratic. We can carry it when wo try.
" We hope that tho new board of officers will
act immediately in reference to afiro engine.
The issue pf a fire engine was ono thing that
contributed to tho success of our ticket last
Monday. It was one thing that helped de
feat two of our candidates for Councilmcn,
and to elect their opponents. The citizens
here a good majority of them want imme
diate steps taken for tho purchase of a fire
engine ; and as one cannot be had without
taxation, they are willing to be taxed for
that purpose, and they expect this Council to
do it. Everybody is either directly or indi
rectly interested in having a good Fire
Company organixed ancl a fife "engine pro
cured at the earliest possiblo moment. We
hear it on all sidej that if, when Mr. Cald
well's building burpt down the other nighj,
we had had a good fire engine and fire com
pany, it would have' been saved ' without
- 1 it f
much difficulty. Not only so, but give us a
fire engine and every one who insures hi
property, whether goods or houses,' can get
them insured at greatly reduced rates of in
surance. There is scarcely a business man
in town but would be benefitted, to a greater
or lc3S degree, by a fire company and fire
engine. There is plenty of good material
here for a Fire Company; now Ictus have a
Aujaxt Legislature. The third regular
session of the "Legislature of the State of
Albany," held last Saturday evening, was a
startling feature in the history of our coun
try. Bills, revolutionary and otherwise,
were introduced ; some of which, if success
ful,''will undoubtedly inaugurate a reign of
terror in Ochoco, the Goose Lakft country,
nd perhaps in Patagonia and other foreign
ports. Mr. Arnold, of Washington county,
introJuced a school bill, which, among other
things, requires everybody over six and un
der stxteen years of age, to attend school at
least three months every year. Mr. Flinn,
of Multnomah, introduced a bill making
murder in the first degree punishable by in
carceration in the Penitentiary for life. Mr.
'Wad s worth, of Marioa,' gaVe notice that oh
next Saturday evening he would introduce
an appropriation bill ; and Mr. Whitney, of
'Yamhill, gave notice that at the same time
he would introduce an amendment to the Con
stitution of the State of Oregon, by striking
cut the word "white" therefrom. The bill re
lating to the abolition pf capital punishment
was taken np and discussed in a very full
and interesting manner, almost every mem
ber resent giving his views more or less
clearlv. ftueeinctlv and at.lv unon the nro-
j t j j 4 (
posed measure. When the discussion was
close 1, and the "previous question" called
for, the vote stood : in favor of the bill, 8 ;
opposed to the bill, 18 thereby defeating
'Abe till end allowing hanging to proceed in
Oregon is usual. The Grecian Btnd is still
on the table, but will probably be up before
long. Rumor is aoat fjiat articles of im
peachment will be introduced at the session
io-nlght, arroingihg bna of the officers of
"the Legislature on "trial for "high crimes
and 'misdemeanors in office." This body is
'surely fast following in the wake of the
Illustrious Rump at Washington,
A JSitpxrior Edifice. AVe learn that Mr.
J. E. Garrett, near Peoria' in this county,
has just completed a finelaje and commo
dious dwelling, coniainihg'nine rooms. The
main building is 18x22, with' an L. . It pos
sesses all the requisites of a first-class dwell
ing, and is believed by many to be superior
in fini sh and plan to any country-seat in the
county. The house was constructed under
the supervision of Mr. Joseph Conner, of
thiscojnty. The plastering was done by
Mr. George Humphrey, jr., of Albany, and
is said to be a superior specimen of work in
that line. .Persons who design erecting
country residences would do well to examine
the plan of Mr. Garrett's house. .
"The Brook" is the name of a new sa
loon inst opened on the northeast corner of
3Iain and Ferry streets, by Messrs. Mont-1
gom ary &, Tower. The building was former-
Ij occupied by the latter gentleman as a meat
'market; bat fince he has discontinued that
"business the premises have been remodeled,
'the doors and windows re-painted, and the
rooms appropriately partitioned and furnish
ed for the new purpose for which it is to be
used. An advertisement of "The Brook"
will appear in the Democrat shortly.
iroRK -tacking. "xe junior" was one
evening this week shown through the pork
packing establishment of A. Cowan & Co., by
thoso accommodating gentlemen, ' Messrs.
Hackleman and Davidson ; and we found it
to be quite an extensive institution'. 'Some
thing over nine hundred hogs have been cut
up and salted down, and about one hundred
and fifty barrels of lard besides innumera
ble 10 fi cans of the same have been ren
dered out and put . up ready 'Sot shipment.
Citt OrrictRS. The following named
gentlemen are our city officers elect for" the
year 1869. The three that are in Italics are
Hadicals ; all the others are Democrats
Mayor, A. W. Stanard; Recorder, L. W.
Doolittle ; Marshal, D. Fr.oman ; Treasurer,
; James Shields ; Councilmen," Joseph Nixon,
B. W. Cundiff, J. II. Hackleman, J. B.
Comley, J. H. Marshal1 Charles Mealey.
C-icncH Festival. See the card an
nouncing a Church Festival, in to-day's pa-
per. xne lames are making extraordinary
' exertions to render their entertainment
'a complete success; and the object (making
1 improvements on their chapel) should cer
"tainly secure a liberal patronage from our
' irefe hearted and generous vcitizens.
Christmas Ball. We are authorized to
announco that thcro will be' a magnificent
Christmas Ball, at Parrish's Hall, in this
city, on tho night of tho 5th inst. (Chnst
mas). Thoso pcrsons'composing the sovcral
committees aro among our most respectable
citizens, and their names are sufficient guar
anteo that tho Ball will be all that thoso who
who Lave a predilection for "tripping tho
light fantastic" could desiro. Arrangements
have been mado for a sumptuous collation
and excellent music. Tickets of invitation
will bo issued in due time.
Tne famo of tho celebrated Plantation
Bitters has no parallel in tho history of
medicine. The thousands, upon thousands
of bottles that aro mado and sold daily is
but proof positive of their wonderful virtues.
Thousands of Certificates can be produced,
showing the efficacy and certainty of the
cures which they effect,' and tho Medical
Fraternity, usually 60 jealous of anything
which causes persons to think and doctor for
Ihemselvcs, aro compelled to acknowledge
its efficacy and wonderful virtues, and pre
scribe them for those who seek their advice.
They aro sold by all druggists.
s .y. ,
Generous. Tho foro part of this week
tho house-carpenters and a number of other
gentlemen of this city, turned jut and assist
ed Mr. Caldwell in erecting a hew house', in
placo of the one that was destroyed by fire a
few weeks ago J and tho framo is now up
and tho roof on the hoVise'.' " Tho citizens of
Albany cannot be e.v celled for generosity and
charity by any people on the coast, "or any.
Tonsorial. C. A. Blackley, fashionable
barber and hair-dresser, offers his services,
in to-day'sJEMOCRAT to all those desiring
anything done in the "barbarous" line. He
has tho reputation of being an excellant
"knight of the razor and strop.',' TBy-the-way,
Mr. B. alp tenders his services man
agers of parties' "and talis, as a first-class
"caller" for figures in the mazy dance. '
Farm For Sale. Mr. Wm. C. Miller, of
this county, has an advertisement in to day's
paper, offering a magnificent farm, situated
four miles north of Albany, fur sale on easy
terms. This is a ppleridid opportunity for
any one who has money to invest in rail es
tate. Read his card for particulars, "
Settlement Notice. Those persons who
arolnterested should not fail to read the no
tice of Mr. A. Cowan. Ho invites all his
debtors, "ii respective of race, color, or pre
vious condition," to call in and "dough over"
before tho first of January, 18G9. '-
Tucrsdav ErnrrNc, Dec. 10, 1SC8.
Council met':' JloIIcaUed; present: Mayor
Norcross, and CouucilSicn Carter, Drigz,
Vining and CheaJIe. 1 ' "
Minute of the previous meeting were read,
amended and approved.
A petition was present-id, signed by J. II.
Foster, Frank I'arton, ct. ";al., asking fur a
crosswalk to be made from the sidewalk on
the veat'siJe of Calipvota btreet acroa Front
street ; also one I rum the nurtu side of r rout
street across Calipouia street; also that the
square at the crossing uf Calipooia and Front
streets be graveled; which was received
and placed on file.
On motion, it was ordered that a crosswalk
be built from the cast side of Calipooia street,
connecting with the sidewalk on Front street,
and extendiug to the sidewalk on the west
side of Calipooia street ; and that the square
at the crossing of Calipooia and Front streets
be graveled according to pecifications said
graveling t be done under the bupervioion
of the Marshal.'
31essfs. Patterson L Long presented a bill
of 23 for building sC crosswalk across the
Calipooia street on Front street ; which was
received and placed on file, and on motion it
waa allowed and ordered that an order be
drawn on the Treasurer for the amount.
On motion, J. II. Foster L Co. were order
ed to extend the sidewalk on the west side of
Calipooia street so as to connect with the
cross-walk on the north side of Front
The 3Jayor and Recorder reported that the
following persons yer elected to thfe respect
tive ofSces for the nest ensuing year, tb-wit :
Mayor A. W. Stanabd. ' '
Recorder t,'. YT. l)oo little.
MarssTuil D. Fro m ax. '
Treasurer 3 as'. Shields.
Councilman Joseph Nixox, J. II. Hack-
I.EMAX, B. W. CfNDIFF, J. B. CoXLET,
Caas. Mealev, A. II. Marshall.
On motion it was ordered that the bonds
for the different city officers be the same as
they were la,t Jrin U- S
Recorder, $1,500 ; Marshal, $3,000 ; Treas
urer, $3,000. .
The Recorder reported that the following
persons acted as officers of the last city elec
tion, to-wit :
Judges of Election Joseph Nixon) Squire
Montgomery, D. M. Thompson.
Clerks of Election A. N. Arnold, N. B.
Humphrey. ' ' '
And on motion the report was received,
and it was ordered that an order be drawn
on the Treasurer for their 'pay for services
On motion, adjourned to meet on Wednes
day evening, at G o'clock, Dec. 23, 18G8;
L. W. DOOLITTLE, Recorder.
Consolidation. We hero it rumored
that the combination line of steamers now
on the Willamette are about to edpsolidate.
The steamers now running by this line
are the Wenat and Carrie between Port
land janoi Uregon city, 'ana ttie tsuccess
and Ann between Canemah and Eugene
City, These boats are now owned by
Four companies, hut a consolidation is
talked of, and will doubtless be effected
soon, which will strengthen the opposition
and give increased confidence of auccess.
There is a large amount of- freight going
up the river by these steamers at the
present time.nuch greater than any pre
vibus widter season; The Success leaves
Canemah every MondaV and Thursday,
connecting at Albany, with the Ann for
Eugene City. A new jsteamter is .under
way at Canemah, and will soon be ready
for the trade. ortland Ilerald.
BLANK DEEDS, of the latest and mos
approved form, for sale at this office. ' Warranty
THE OLD STOVE DEPOT!
T o Ii ii B i i ,
COOK, PARLOR AND BOX STOYES !
Of the Dost Patterns,
SHEET-IRON AND COPPER-WARE
And tho usual assortment of lurnlshlng goods
found In a Tin Store.
Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed!
On Reasonable Terms.
"Short Iteckonings Make Isong Friends!"
Next Poor to D. Manficld Rro's Store.
Deo.5v4ol8tf JOHN BHIOGS.
A LIS ANY FOUIVnifl
A. F. CHERRY, PROPRIETOR.
(J HI ST ANl HAH'-MILLS.
HEAT KUS AND TIIHKS1IEHR,
a 'WOOD WMIR IN1 MACHINERY.
Ac. Ac., Ac. Ac.
Machinery of all kind
t . ..t t
REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE!
I'ATT 12 It S
.u a u i a
Dono In All Its
IBON AND BRASS CASTINGS
Or All Kinds, Made to Order I
Deo.S'CSvtnlflyl. A. F. CHEUKY.
, LIGHT SPRING WAGON ! 1
l Mit;i; tii;lodi;o.!
A LOT OF FUKNITUKE!
A Good Cookn; Stove and Furniture J
AJLL TO E DISPOSE? CF CHEAP!
Albany. Dee. Se-nir.w4. It. CHEAUI.E.
r. w. snsic.
P. W. SPINK & C0.;
(Rt CCeSuR TO . W. MACK.)
Tin, SbeeMron and Copperware !
! .' - ' '
On rirst, bwcen Washington snd Ferry Streets,
'ALBANY, pit EG ON. '
X HE tmdcrsiTjeJ wouM rtpectfuUr Icfm the
j atihe irneratly tbt ihty un citaMUI! at tht
old itnJ of M. W. Mack, a.nl have n Land a
arz ftckt and are roniiballr rect-Uins Lrary
invuiee of gxl which w j,rOjoi lo ncll. V'e
bav a now on hand a very lar- a-'ortmctit of the
anone whit-b mar be found th
E t ' It K K A .
' "EW NATION,
.' UrCKEVE STATE,
Ac. Ac Ac. Ac
Car itock of , , .
PARLOR, HALL AND BOX STOVES.
U now and will be kept rerj com4ets -and r em
trace maoj of the moat beautiful patterns. ..
Alio a lare Uck or
Ocen, Iron Ketllct, Iron Tea-Kctll, Sad
Iron, JJrajts and Knameled kettles t
"Fire Doj$, Shovels and Tf)vjy
' Wajtple Irons, d-c, &-c.
Of Planifhed and Wfrpaned tioodi we bare a rood
Anortment. We bare, for farmers,
Mat.t. .Ellis, Farmerp1 ,BoileiTi!
Ibi a very large MKortmeat of Force
' i and Lift Pump, and
COWAfJ'S flTCHER PUfAP$
OCR STOCK OF
will always be found rnont complete, embracing
everjining waniea oy noagekeepen ana oth
ers, and will be found of a superior
quality, as we manufacture
nono olber than the
best brands of
And we WAIIIIANT our ware not to leak 1
will receive prompt attention, and will be executed
in a neat and work man-like manner.
Those who are wanting goods in our line will find
it vastly to tbeir advantage to give us a call
before purchasing elsewhere, as our facil
ities for buying and manufacturing
enable us to give customers
a large percentage in
quality and prices.
DcalcrH.wtll be supplied at the lowest possi-
DJ&r rates, ana goods packed and
.. chipped with dispatch.
Dec5'68v4l8tf. P. V. SPINK & CO.
VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
IK undersigned was duly appointed Adminis
trator of tne instate of Davir3oodlow, deo d, on
the 18th of November, 1868, by the County Court
of Linn county. Therefore, all: persons having
claims against said Estate ace .notified to present
the same to the undersigned at the County Clerk'
office, in Linn county, Oregon, duly verified, as
required by law. . . . , -
i A.BRAIIAM MILLER, Jr.,
Nov.28w3. ' ' Administrator.
' i .
LL PERSONS 'INDEBTED TO THE ES-
JA tate of J. Levy, Bankrupt, must settle their
said indebtedness on or before the 15th day of
JJec. next, at' the offioe of Powell s rlinn, in
Albany, Oregon, with', whom al!4ooks, ntotes and
accounts of said Estate are left for settlement, or
suit will be brought against them in 'the United
O 4 1 T!A. -A I i. - . Tl 1 1 3 r. L
out io uumct vourt, a x oruanu, vregun.
.: . ; Lv GOODMAN,
Nov. 23w3 , Assignee in Bankruptcy,
THE .LAST CALL!
flnOSE INDEBTED TO THE UNDERSIGN
1, ed must come forward and pay up on or be-
ore tne first day. of January, 1869. If they do
not, our demands against them will be placed In
tne bands of an officer for collection.
nl6v4w4 . . W. W. PARRISH k, CO.
AD V E It 1 812 M E N S ".
THE CHEAPEST AND BET IN THE WORLD I
jfr SPLENDID OITCRS for 1069! -tS
This popular Monthly Magatlae nh more for
th montu than any in the world; For 1K69 It will
be greatly Improved. It will in4a!n ONK THOU
SAND l'AUEH ! FOUUXIiTi SPLENDID
STEEL PLATEM I TWELVE- MAMMOTH
FASHION PLATES I . TWELVE COLOKKD
BERLIN PATTKUN..S NINE HUNDRED
WOOD CUTS I TWKNTY.FOUlt PAtJKS OF
MUSIC I All this will' be eiven for only Two
Dollars a year, or a dollar less than Magazines
or tbe olass or "roturaoii." its
THRILLING TALES AXD NOVELETTES
Are the best published anywhero. All the most
popular writers are employed to write originally
for "Peterson." In 1HG9, in addition to Its usual
quantity of short stories, Fmr ihiyinnl Copyright
S'orrlrtt will bo given, vis '. Mary Antionttte's
Talisninn," by Mrs. A an H. Stephens "The mys
tery of Blackwood (lrange,"y tbe author of "Sir
ntmi s Jicir " "Katie s winter in Washington,"
y r rank Loe Iteneditt; ami "Tbe Story of Mag.
ie," by tho author of "Susy L's Diary."
MAMMOTH COLORED FASHION PLATES
Ahead of all others. These plates' are engraved
on stocl, twice tho usual site, and contain six fig
ures. They will bo superbly cohered. Also,
pattern, from from which a Diess, Mantilla, or
Child's Drs can be ut out, without the aid of a
tnantua-maker.. Also, vral paea of Household
and other receipts ) in short, everything iutsrest
ing to Ladies.
NUFER1! IKi:.TIIL.n EXCUA VIA'CJ
s ' - ... -1
To every terson getting up a Club for lfif9 will
be sent oratis. a copy of our new1 and splendid
Mestotiut for Training, (lsi 21 inches Ly 10,)
Tbe Star of BethleUew," after the, ee!LroUd
master-piece by (Jerome, the famous French artint.
This is the rnoni deival4e prumium ever fdfered.
For large clubs, as will bo ea below, an' extra
copy will be sent in addition.
TERMS- Aluayi'iit A J earnest
One copy, fir ono year $ 2 00
Three copies, for one year... 5 00
I our coplr, Tor one year 0 00
Five copies, for one year (and one to. gctte
Up or club) .,, 8 00
Kfsrbt copici, for one year (and one to irctier
up'of club) 12 00
Fourteen copies, f.r one year (and one lo
getter up of club) 20 00
CHARLES J. PETERSON",
No. 30rt Ch-itnutstrcrt. Philadelphia, Pa.
JTiT" Specimens tent to thoso wUbiog tc Kt up
L. K. BLA1.
I. K YOl'VO
J. BARROWS & CO.,
FilESU SVVVLIK8 OF-
000S DIRECT FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
-BICK thkt WILL Ctfc
CHEAP FOR READY PAY!
Wt ARE ALSO LOIN( A
CScncrul CommlMsloa I1u1iicm.
LEGAL TENDERS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
or2lr4nI0tf J. RAHUOWS A CO.
TO THE LADIES !
NEW MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.
.IIUS. .S. C. .S.IITII,
.- e i
FA SHJON AD LE MILLINER
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THE LADIES
of Altacy and surrounding country that
bona opened a Milliner and Mantua-Makiog
istabtlsJitnent in this city, and rcsi-colfully olicits
FASHIONABLE BONNETS KK0 KATS
.... , .- r l
Always oa II and or Made te Or4r!
DltKS.n AND CLOAK MAKING
raoxiTLr ittended to.
BLEACHING AND PRESSING i-osaro ORDER
Albany, Oct 17, 18f,3 -r4n8yl.
I WILL SELL GOODS
AS CHEAP AS ANY ONE IN ALBANY!
CALL AND EXAMINE MY LARGE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS AXD GROCERIES!
KEPT ALWAYS AN HAND !
COLLER'S CAST STEEL PLOWS!
At the Cash Store of
ALHANY, . . . OREGON.
GROCER I ES,
BOOTS AND SHOES
CLOTHING, &c, &C
A well selected aslortment of the' moat complete
kept In Albany.
IRON AND STEEL,
of nearly all kinds suitable for tho' trado.
NEW STYLES y
crio' s"'-cirT SAWS,
rW A.O O N-S E A T S P B I N 3,
TIIIMB L E-B O X I N G, .
' V? A S TI 'E R S ,
Nearly all the stock is purchased in SAN FRAN
CISCO) and will be sold at the lowest market rates
for ready pay, or merchantable produce taken in
Agent Tor Wells, Fargo & Co.
Agent far the Pacific Insurance Co.
Oct. 21, '6r-v3nllyl
A YD K It T 1 8 K M M NTS ;
MUTUAL MFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Assets - - $7,000,000 00
Cash Distribution! of 1867 - - 520,568 &5
Total Surplus Divided - - 2,726,573 65
Losses Paid in 18G7 ... 381,000 00
Total Losses Paid - - 2,796,100 00
Income for 1867 - - - . 2,203,808 00
No Extra Charge for Traveling to and
from the Atlantic States, Europe,
Oregon, and Sandwich Islands.
This old and popular Company is governed by
the NON-FORFlilTURE law of Masaebusetts.
ALL MET EARNINGS DIVIDED ANNUALLY AMONG THE
Losses paid promptly,' All policies Jfon-forfcitablo
DIVIDENDS DECLAltKD AND PAID ANNU
ALLY ! , .
Fint Dividend AenilnhU at tht Puymetit of tht
Stfond Annual I'rrmtum.
Hut one class of members '(Policy holders) in
this Company, among wboirf the ahnoal surplus is
Unbiased ludztnent. based tnfcm careful lnvetl-
fration, will how that this (the oldest Mutual Life
Insurance Company of America) oflersmore eauU
tk'to the Insured than any ether Coinpatiji doinz
bultie on this ooast '
lAf Irmurance is a judicious Investment for cap-
ItalUts. It is a DL'ttR investment fcr those Inrmod
eratocircumstanoes, lv which they may, with a
small amount of funds, leave to their families
ample means for their support in case of the early
decease of tbe insured.
Home Office, 39 State Street, Dosten.
PACIFIC BRANCH OFFICES $ 302 Mont
gomery strict, Ban Francisco ; Room Z, Carter's
iiulldtng, Portland, Oregon.
EVEKHOX A HAINES.
ni ssi:m, i:i.Ksn,
Parriib k Co's Block, Albany, Oregon.
A N 1)
rillir. fil'P.SCRIBER WOULD RESPECTFUL.
I ly inform the public that he is prepared to
do all kinds of
T V It X I X
in a workman-like and etpeditious manner. Also,
be keeps on hand, and fur sale, SPINNING
WHEELS, and the bt of
Saw-hide Dottom or Eitchen Chairs!
All of wbkb will be sold cheap for Canh. Or-
Icrs "lictted. rhop near the old Flour Mill, at
tho upper end of First street.
JUilN 21. METZLEU.
Nor ,23, '67--v3n!Syl
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID-
QUICK CURES AND MODERATE CHARGES.
I) It. IV. K. nOHEKTY'K
PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE !
Sacramento Ftrcet, b!ow Montgomery, oppo
site the Paeifie M til Hteamb:p Com
pany's 0!3c, Private entrance
on LrldcsdoHf lrct,
Etttltihed jrj,rt!y t njfurd tht ajfliet' J omud
a-d aetnlijie mrdtenl ai l in the treatment
and cure of alt J'rrtttand Vhrvn
ic lJitvr, cat i of Srere
ry ad alt Sesuat
TO TIIK AFFLICTED.
flit. W. K. IjOHEkTY IlETCltNS HIS FIX
I f cere thanks to his numerous patient for
their patronage, and would take th!s oMjrttni(y
to retain J them that he continues to contult at his
Instltote for the cure of chronic diseases of the
Lung. Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and Genito-Url.
nary Organs, and ail private dicae, vis . Syph
ilis in ail its forms and stages, Seminal Weakness.
and all the horrid cjnciucices of cif-abnc (Jon-
orrho-s, Gleet, Stricture, Nocturnal and Iiurnal
emiSns, Sexual Debility, DiiM-am f the 15ck
and Loins, lafiammation of the JHadder and Kid
neys, etc., etc.. and he hopes that his l-jg experi
ence and successful practice will continue to injure
him a nfcae t f pul hc patronage. Ity tbe practice
of many years in Jiurope and the Lnitcd .States,
he is enabled to apply tbe moil edcient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of ail kinds. Ha
uses no mercury, charges moderate, treats tt is pa
tientJ in a correct and honorable way, aba has
references of unquestionable veracity from men
of known respectability And bign standing in soci
etv. All parties consulting niut by letter or other
witt, will receive tbe best ana gnut-Ji treatment,
and Implicit secrecy. .
; To Femalcg.
When a female la in trouble, or afflicted with
disease, as weakness of the back and limbs, pain
in tho bcV djtnncss of sight, loss fd muscular
power, paltJitation of tbe beart. Irritability, ncr
vousness, extreme urinary difficulties, derange
ment of digestive functions, geoerfl debility, ya-
clnitls, all diseases ot she womb, bysterla,' tterul
ty, and all other diseases peculiar to females; she
shyuld co or write at once to tbe celebrated female
doctor, W. K. Dotierty, at nts iicuicai institute,
and consult him about her 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
Rva Yourself from oainful sufferings and Prema
ture death. Ail Married Ladies whoso delicate
health or other circumstances prevent an increase
in tbeir 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 be consulted with'
out fear of observation.
Patients residing in any part of tht State, how
ever distant, who may desire the opinion 'and ad
vice of Dr. Dobertj in their respcttivo cases, and
who think proper to submit a written statement of
such, in preference to holding a personal interview,
are respectfully assured that their communications
will be held most sacred and confidential.
If the case be fuj,ly and candidly described, per
sonal communication will be unnecessary, j in
structions fo.r diet, regimen, and the general trcat-
niem 01 mo case i.iucuuuig iu rcuieuiuaj, win ue
forwarded without "dulsiy, and in such a manner as
to feonvcy rib idea of 'tho purport of the letter or
parcel so transmitted. Consultation by letter or
otherwise, trkb. Permanent cure guaranteed or.
no poj. Addcss, vv . iv. uuuu m x , xa. v.,
ban a canciaoo, Ualilornia.
' Dr. Dohkbtt has Just published an important
namnlet erabodvine his own views and cxDoriences
in reletlon to Impotence or Virility, boing a short
treatise on Spermatorrhoea or bcminal Weakness,
Norvous and Physical Debility consequent on this
affection, and other diseases of tbe Sexual Organs.'
This little work contains information of tho fit
most value to all,, whether married or , single, and
will be sent JflluE by mail on receipt of six cec
in postage stamps for retarn postago. . .
Address, . V. K. DOIIERTY, M. D.',
v3n33tf ' San Francisco, Cal.
WHEAT AND OATS!
f OO, OOO Ilushcls ofWhcat and Oats
WANTED within the next two weeks, for which
The XXigheit Cash Price will be Paid,
By , v J. GRADWOHL,
' San Franoisoo Store.
mnosE who want reapers, headers
JL Threshers, Mowers, Gang-Plows, Self-Rakin g
macnines; tseoa uruis, so., at rortland prices
freight added, (see hand-bill of E. A. Hawley
Co., Portland,) will please call on
ftprv3n33tfj :r Albany, Oregon.
QOMB OF YOU CAW'T, AD WE PITY
O you.- You have trkd every remedy but tbe ONK
destined, by It Intrinsic murit, to supersede all slm
liar Jirejiarstiona, It Is not snrprWnfj you should be
reldctaut to try something clso after tho many ex
twirlments you lutva made of traby compounds
foisted on tho public aa a certain curs; but
Is rcslly tho VERY BEST rwnwly rr comnmin'IM
for tbocureof Coughs, Colds, Hore. Ttiroat, Asthma,
wbplnt CotiKh.Uronnhitisand Corisumtlm. lltou
son'U of jrfKvjile in California and Orennu nv inwn
alrady UuUttcd by tne surprising curative powers
and with one accord tfve It thMr nnTnallflM appro
tlon. We no uMxnm ourselves to all who aro un
S'-ijnainlivt with this, tbe greatest fsnaceaof the tmn.
fir i hi Luting of all diseases of Urn Tbroai aod
Lun, asMiritig you tbai , ,
hng eared fboaasnds and It will core YOU If yoa try
. This InrsliiAbb) mMlrln Is pleasant to tbe lifj
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Um ffnn all pmwmou or l-lcUfrtni druj(s,
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LVritiiCiiU-s from many rmincnt ciuzena of 8aa
YrjM.wM accoioinjr every bottle of .
EEDIXCTON k CO. Afti, San rraoctsca
Or Magic Iiriiliant.
DR. E. COOPER'S
MAGNETIC BAL M
An nncualcd prcparatioa for the enre of Dys-
ntry, Iiarrb' a, Cramp, and all Disrates of tbe
Stomach and Bowels; the Instantaneous Relief of
Sums, Draise, F;rain, Aches, Ithcuioatic and
The gvuu'wK article Lcars the rSnlture of
W. R. STRONG,
RED1NGTON & CO.
8cle and Exclcsire Agents.
KEDIXCTOS k CO'S FLORIDA WATER.
Thin valuable preparation, containing in a bigh-
y concentrated fvrm all the properties of Jamaica
Uiager has become one of the wort popular do-
tnetie remedies for all diseases of tho stomach
and digestive organs. '
As a tonic, it will le fuund invaluable to all per
sons recovering from debility, whether produced
by a fvcr, or otherwise ; for while it imparts to
tho fjistcm all the glow and vigor that can be pro
duced by wine cr brandy, it is enrcly free from
the reactionary tUccU that follow tie use of spir
ts of any kind.-
It if alo an excellent remedy fur females who
,uffcr from difficult menstruation, giving almost
inmediate rcKef o the epasms that so frequently
accmiiany that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused by
riding in a railroad car, or by aca-sikness, or otb
It is aleo valoaWe as an external application for
uout, K he u malum, Neuralgia, etc.
REDINGTON A CO.
410 and 4IS Front St., San Francisco, Cal.
Or Magic BrilliaiU
REDINGTON & CO'S
FOR TIIE HANDKERCHIEF.
This article, possessing tho most delicate fra
grance of Flowers, is unequaled as a perfume for
tho Handkerchief. . . t.
FOR THE BATH.
Used in bathing, it imparts energy and strength
to the system, and gives that softness and dehca
cy to tbe ekin so much desired by alL
It removes SunbcrD, Freckles and Pimples.
. . - i
Dilated with water, it makes an excellent Den
tifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to tho teeth,
sweetness to the breath, and renders the gums
bard and of a beautiful color.
It should always bo used after sharing, dillutcd
with water, jaa it relieves all inflammation.
REDINGTON & CO.
, 415 and 4IS Front St., an Francisco.
Or Magio Brilliant
DIRECT FROM NATURE'S LABORATORY.
Tho best article ever discovered for Cleansing
and Polishing Gold, Silver, and Plated Ware, and
all smooth Metalio Surfaoes, of whatever aesenp
tion, including Kitchen Utensils of, Tin, popper,
Brass! Steel, etc.
To Jewellers and. Workers in Gold and Silver
Plate, the Electro-Silioon is of inestimable value ;
tho time saved, and the vexation prevented by its
use, will forever endear its name'to those who
have had evidence of its merits.
REDINGTON 4 CO.
Sole Agents, San Francisco;
FOR FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
-s - ........
REDINGTON St CO'S ARE TIIE BEST.
AD VTEIll T I S EMS N T ff-
TUCKER'S PATJEIST '
A NEW ARTICLE OX THE PACIFIC COAST !
COMBIHIKG ECONOMY IS COST,
COMFORT IX USE,
CONVENIENCE IN TRANSPORTATION,
1 ND ALL 0TI1EIC QUALITIE3 REQUI
i Ki te U make a good bed (an article indispen.
sabie.,.n every well rcgulatwl household) aro
now,' by irrnission of tho patentee, manufactured
and for sale by the tintfcrHigned in Albany, Ore
gon. Theae beds have been ' in extensive use in
the Eastern. States forthe last twelve years, and
are now recognized as the
BEST SPKINO BEDS
in use. Having used them ourselves for the last
ten years,4we taka pleasure jn recommending them
to the public, believing . they will give
These Springs can be m&de to lit any bedstead.
In sending orders, give the length of and width
between the.ide rails on the inside. Orders so
licited and sample lied sent to Furniture dealers at
K. C'AIiTEU A 03s",
l. SEsnrns. tt. strkxeeko. t. flkisch jer.
SANDERS, STERNBERG & CO.. '
STAPLE DRY GOODS!!
irst Street, in J. B. Jfonteith's Dr:clc Building,
ALU ANY, OREGON. 1
THE ABOVE NEW FIRM TAKES PLEAS
I'JIE in ioforming tbe citizens of Linn county
that they hare just opened a well selected stock of
' FANCY DRY GOODS!
BOOTS A X D SHOES,
And a fall asscrtment of
Which they will dij050 .
CASH OR C07NTZ17
At fair living rates.
CALL AND EXAMINE CUR STOCK AND PRICES
Before purchasing elsewhere, and we '
afure all that we will give
Entire Satisfaction to Prompt Customers.
We have a Branch House, long established, at
SOUTH BROWNSVJLLE! !
where we keep a large and well selected stock of
GEXEXAL MERCHANDISE I
PROOF OF THEIR SUPERIORITY.
Peantylvaaia Railroad Company.
OrriCE or thb Gexebal Scpeki.xtzsdkxt, )
Altosa, Pa, Dec. 15, 1867. J
Gextlemes : The watches manufactured by yoa
have been in us on this Railroad for several years
by oor engine-men, to whom we- famish watches
as part of our equipment There are now some
Tubes Hcxdbed or the cabbies ox ocb Lias,
aad we consider them GOOD AND RELIABLE
TIMEKEEPERS. Indeed, I have great satisfa.
tion in saying TOUR 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 yoa are
aware, we formerly trusted te those of English
manufacture," of acknowledged good reputation,
but as a class they never kept time as correctly,
nor have they "done as good, service as yours, i
In these statements.! am sustained oy an pred
ecessor, Mr. Lewis, whose experience extended
over a series of years. Respectfully, J
American Watch Company, Waltham.
NEW YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Locomotive Depabtmest, Westebjc Division, I
Rochester, jjcc. z-, iooo. j
Gkktlemes : I have no hesitation in laying
that I believe the great majority of locomotive en
gineers have found by experience that Walthak
Watches are the most sATisrACTORT ef aay
for their nses. They run -with the greatest
acccract AD steadisess, notwithstanding the
rough riding of an engine, and, as I have kever
knows ose to wear oct, they must be durable,
r hone to seethe time when, railway companies
will generally adopt your watches, and furnish
them to all engineers and conductors. In my opin
ion it would gjeatly tend to promote regularity
and safety, lours respectfully,
CHARLES WILSON, G. Chief Engineer,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
American Watch Company, Waltham.
Every Watch Fnlf y Warranted.
For 'sale y all first-class dealers in the Unite
BOBBINS & APPLETON,
No. 182 Broadway,
R. B. GRAY & CO., San Francisco,
Agents for California
' 7 nSTOTIOE
A Vry Larg-e Soc of
FAIX ASD 1TWTER GOWSI
BY THE LAST STEAMER.
And will sell at very low rates for cash or trade.
. , Call and see
Oct 17, 1868-v4n9tf , R. CHEADLE.
I WANT 20,000 LBS. OF GOOD BACON;
also Butter, both of wliieh the highest mar
ket price will U paid. ' B. BRENNER.
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