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......MAY 6. 1870.
THR LINN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CAN
didates will address the peoplo at the follow
lag times and place :
.Wednesday, May 25
Nye's School Mnan..
Santiam Preeiut, at the
usual place of voting...
Scio .. ....
Albany ..... .
.Wednesday, Jane 1
..Friday, " 3
RnMkinv to commence at I o'cloek r. t
The opposing candidate of the Republican
party invitod to meet a and participate in
llo! ro tu KxciRstoN ! Our gttUftnt
Firemen are anticipating a hugo ttnto to
morrow. The municipal authorities of Cor
Ylli have extended to the Comptny and
their guests the hospitalities of that city,
and those who were with the excursion of
our firemen to CorvalU last year will under
stand that the people of that beautiful and
publio spirited municipality don't do things
by halves. The magnificent steamer Fanny
Fulton will leave Albany at 7 o'clock a. m ;
returninj-. will leave Corvallis at 2 o'clock
V. . The excursionsists will be accompan
ied by the Albany Brass Band, and the
Vire Company will take along their magniti
xsent engine fr the purpose of giving our
hospitable Corvallis neighbors an opportu
nity to judge of its merits as a "squirtist."
Tickets, for adults, 50 cents for the round
trip ; children under 12 years old, accom
panied by their parents, free. The entire
"proceed of the excursion is for the benefit
of the Fire Company
What Silly Nonsbxse is that in which
'rtie enemies of A. C. June, Democratic can
didate for Connty Clerk, are indulging,
by circulating calumnies and innuendoes re
flecting upon his moral and religious char
acterthat he is a Mormon, etc. all of
vhich they know to be fnle and unfounded.
"Mr. Jonw has been a resident of Linn and
lolk counties since 1S53. and stands as high
as any citizen of Oregon as regards morality
and honesty, and a head and shoulders above
some of those who are attempting to traduce
him. The people with whom he came to
this-country are in Linn countv, jnd they,
as weil.as all with whom he has done busi
ness or in any manner associated, Fpeak in
the highest terms of him as a gentleman r,f
atriet integrity and worthy of trust and con
fidence. "The Rite8 f td( West." by Mrs.
Frances Fuller Victor, is an interesting and
thrilling narrative of lire and adventure in
the Ricky Mountains and Orezn. embrac
ing events in the life of mountain-men and
pioneers, with the early history of the
Northwestern Sbpe including an account
of the fur traders, the Indian tr"iles, the
overland imtnizration. tbs- Oregon Missions
-and the tragic fate of the Rt. Dr. Whitman
-and family. It is an unuually readable
and attractive hook, especially and peculiar
ly adapted to the rising generation in this
"State, who nnsht, Wyond all others, to le j
familiar with the history of their native
or adopted State. Mr. E. B Purdum is
-ole agent, and we have no doubt will find
ready sale for all the volumes he may offer.
IBy all means read "The River of the West."
Gose East. Rev. T. S. Kendall, of this
county, started East on the last teamer, to
attend the General Assembly of the United
Presbyterian church, which assembles at
Pittsburg on the 16th inst. Mr. K. is one
at the early pioneer of Oregon, having
crossed the plains in 1845 a quarter of a
century ago ; and this is bis first viait to the
home and scenes of his childhood.
Mr. David Smith, an old and respected
resident of this county, started on last Tues
day for a visit to his fiiends in -Misoari.
lie was accompanied by Sir. SamM Cooper,
whom we mentioned last week as having de
termined to once more look upon his youth
ful haunts and early friends. r.
May they all have a pleasant visit and a
Speaking at Scio. Hon. Geo. R. Helm
will address the people on the political
issues of the day, at Scio, on Saturday, May
John -J. Whitney. Democratic candidate
for Connty Judge of this county, will speak
-at Scio on to-morrow (Saturday).
. Roth of these gentlemen are able speakers,
and the Democracy will delight to ' honor
them. The atmosphere of May will be con
certed into that of August for all Radicals
"who may go hear them.
Tea. Mr. J. Barrows has just received
from the house of Phillips, Taber & Co.,
San Francisco, a large and curiously orna
mented chest, and the chest is filled with the
best tea we have ever tasted in Oregon, (and
a "tea-ist" we're a suaces). The entire
Democrat family is indefinitely supplied
with tea from that chest, and if any of our
i readers desire a nice cup of the beverege
let them comedown with the 'collateral"
to Mr. Barrows and he will accommodate
them. : ' .
That Festival. The Fair and Supper
given by the ladies of the Congregational
Church, last Friday night, was numer
ously attended and highly appreciated. The
riett profits of the enterprise aggregated
$145. which we understand will be appro
printed to repairing the Congregational
-chapel. The editors of the Democrat re
turn thanks to the lady managers for courte
sies extended to them. . .
The C ax vass. Messrs. Slater and Wil
son, opposing candidates for Congress, have
completed the canvass east of the Oascade
Mountains, and are now discussing the issues
In the northern part of this valley. By ref
erence to the list of appointments in to
day's paper it will be seen that these gentle
men will speak at the Court House in this
city on Saturday, the 14th instant. ;
'Shoot, LukeI". Our sportsmen should
recollect that P. C. Harper & Co. have a
limited supply of double-barreled shot-guns
of excellent material and handsome manu
facture ; and they are selling them at a re
markably low figure. Call and look at
A CARD FROM HI. M. SMITH.
1 unuetstand that the enemies of Mr. A;
C. Jones are attempting to innko capital
against him because of the munner in which
he received the nomination. As I placed
his name before tho Convention, I desire to
stato some facts in regtird to that matter.
Mr. Jones did not speak to moon tho sub
ject of the Clerkship after I camo to tho
Convention, and I did not expect that ho
would be a candidato ; he never authorized
me to put his nnmo in nomination, but after
the Convention had cast tlirco or four ballots
for Clerk, I nominated him, on my own
responsibility, believing that tho presnntn
tion 'of his nnmo would serve to unite the
conflicting elements in the contest for that
office Mr. Jones' nomination was as fuirns
that of any other nominee of that Conven
tion, and I believe almost every delegate in
that body will bear mo out in thisvtntnmcnt.
VM. M. SMITH.
SaF"Our readers have observed that we
rarely praise patent medicines, and that wo
advertise only the very best of them. But
now, the remnrknblo recovery of Mrs. Rice,
of Canastota, from her distressing and al
most helpless scrofulous disease, which is
known throughout tho community, and un
questionably tho effect of Ayer's Sursapa
rilla, leads us to publish without reserve the
remarkable efiicacy of this medicine. Wo
do this in the interest of tho afflicted. Any
remedy which can so effectually "raise one
from the dead," should be universa.ly
known ; and we wish it may be universally
a successful ns it has been in the cao of
Mrs. Rice. Daily Journal, Syracuse.
Democratic Speakinc. Judge Stout, of
Portland, is announced to speak in this city
to-mrrrow -night. Members of all political
creeds are invited, and the ladies are particu
larly asked to grace the occasion with their
presence. Judge Stout's well known ability
as a public speaker is a sufficient guarantee
that all who go to hear him will be happily i
and profitably entertnined.
Sadbatu School Picxic- The Sand Ridge
Sabbath School will have a Mny-Day Picnic
on Washington's Butte, on Friday, the 27th
int. All Schools in Lion county are cor-
dially invited. All will be expected to
bring refreshment, and each school, if pos
sible, to provide speakers and vocal music.
Come, all who can, and let us make it a
pleasant time for theeiittle ones. D.
Injcred. Jas. Mo mcy, living near Bos
ton Mills, this county, was I.it Monday
thrown frota a wagon while his span of
mules were running'awny, and the wagon
wheels passed over the tuall i.f his back,
injuring him ery severely. He m now con
fined to his bed. but is siouly improving.
The Little C.irp. kai. rou M.trcmesin
good time. Fresh ns the flowers and bright
as the spring time full of good thing', for
the children and all who lve children.
Great improvement are promised in the al
ready charming Magazine. One dollar a
year. S -ueil t Miller, Chicago, HI.
Fire at Costallis. Wc are informed
that on Wednesday nibt the llrewery of
Joseph Hunt at Corvallis was consumed by
fire, and 1,500 gallons of Leer and I, OOU
bushels of barley destroyed. Insurance on
the house, but none on the stock. We have
no further particulars.
GixrMEtTiNo. We are requested to an
nounce that the Spiritualists' Association f
Oregon will hold a campmeeting tf their
faith at Duttetille, Marion county, in next
Xew Residence. Mr. Geo. Humphrey,
sen., has just completed the erection of a
residence in Monteith's addition, this city.
To Labbt MfLi.Es. Compliments re
ceived aud contents noted. Thanks.
Rememkf.r. You can have the Dem
ocbat until after election for twenty-five
Words) or iVelglit Tor IViTes and
The auperiori'y of IIOSTETTER'3 STOMACH
BITTERS over all other tnic and eorrcctirca. at
a remedy for dyrDepsin, tiiiinntnese, nervous af
fection, and all complaints of Ibe rUccrnl or
gans, and as a preventative of ntalarinn disordt-rr,
U proverbial; but perhaps it i not to generally
known that the ingredients of tbi famous invig
rant and alterative exercise a powerful and moct
beneficial influence in that noiueroua and diatrca.
ing claaa of ailments, of which so many thou
sand of delicate women are the patient, uncom
plaining victims. The special troublca of the sex,
commencing with the !awn of womanhood, and
extending over a period of from thirty to thirty,
fire yeara. are a readily and certainly relieved
by the operation f this admirable vegetable
preparation, aa any of the complaints common to
ltb sexes, for which it is recommended a a spe
cific. The attention of mother it invited to it
balsamic effect in those peculiar caacs of function
al irregularity and irritation, which, when neg
lected or maltreated, destroy the health and short
en the Uvea of ao many invalid. There is no
need for the powerful and dangenma drug tuo
often resorted to in such case. 'Ihe mild tonic
and restorative c ion of the 1ITTEKS is all the
assistance that nature require in it struggle to
ovcreume the difficulty, and a vast ainuuut of suf
fering would be spared to the sex, if they placed
implicit faith in tbi wbuletome vegetable iuvigo
rant, corrective, aud nervine, and diaearded tho
perniciona nostrums advertised by ignorant and
mercenary charlatan. n38w.
TWTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT BYJ
lw virtue of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of Linn county, Oregon, and to me di
rected and delivered in favor of E. F. Russell
and L. Flinn, plaintiffs, and aiinst Thomas YV.
Stewart, defendant, for the sum of 1 12.25 iuil"-
ment and eat.i of auit, I have this 28th day of
1 . 1 T". ,oA t I .1 . . . .
April, n. u. ioiu, levieu upon sue following de
scribed real estate and all the appurtenance!
therennto belonging or in anywise appertaining,
The South half of the originnl land. laim of
bteven etewort. dec used, the same being number
ed on the m.-ipa and survey of the United State,
on file in the Lnnd Office at Oregon City, Orcgou.
Not. No. JflOl,' Claim No. '59, in Township 10,
South, Range 2, West, Linn eounty, Oro-ou to
tba aaid aouth half of said Land Claira-'eiid tam
ing 160 acres, more or lesa. together with the ten
ements, hereditament and appurtenances thereto
belonging, and on
I Monday, the 307 day of May, 1870,
door in the city of Albany, Linn eounty. State of
Oregon, I win sell the above described real prop
erty at pnblia outcry to the niches: bidder for easb
in hand, in. If. S. coin. . R.A.IRVINE,
n38wt Ehcriff, Linn Co., Oregon.
KAULK HOOLEN MI I.I.N.
Although it i not known for a certainty that this
Factory It going to run llil uon, our friend
WHEELER, vf lirnwoaville, who ha atabllshed
such an enviable reputation fur low priueaand fair
rivaling, a well for tuo oxoollsnt quality of the
good kept, Iia on uanti a largely Incroasocl Block
w 1. V. ku. Kmam b1a tail with Ih. t
T. .1 V U .uw IVHIMt lI
and which lie intonda to full at tho aiime low rntrf
a uerutoioro. vur iriunua m lual vicinity will
do wull to uinke a note of tliia. viuUUvl
Mus. Diiiiwat haa Jnat rocoived a number of
Ilnrtram tauUin tewing .Maoliiuc. 'Unclaim
ed fur tlicae macliiuea that they arc alinple In oou
trurtio.i, easily umli rxtoort, nmke an elimtio
atiu h, fuatcn tbvir own enda, ailjurt their own
nredlca, are cavity moved about on cnlr, (a con
venience no other machine pimaeaaea.) bnve extra
attitchinenta fur dlnir everything and are alwnya
in running order. Thev will scaui. hem. fell. cord.
quilt, ruftio, embroider, braid, bind, tui-k or irsth-
crt rua without noiac; will not anil tho operator's
ch'thca; and aro olTvrcd at lowt-r price than any
other table machine In uao. Price of No. I ma.
chine, black walnut table with drawer, oiled or
IV I I.I.I 1M DAVIDSON,
Office No. 64 Front Street,
Adjoining the TelegrapbOflica, Portland, Oregon.
SPECIAL COLll X OF CLAIMS.
Account, Xntua, Don! Jntln, ami Mercantile
Claim of every dcrariptica throughout Orcgou
and the Terrltorica, WILL HE MADE A SPE
CIALTY AND PROMPTLY COLLECTED.
well aawith a due regard fur economy In all bnnl
neaa matters intrualcd to bit care and the proceed
paid over punctually.
Ileal r.Htnte Denier.
X K W A I V K II T I S K M K N T 8 .
" private medical aId" "
QUICK CURES AXD MODERATE CHAROES.
DK. W. K. nOlII'KTY'.H
PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE !
Sacramento Street, below Montgomery, oppo
site the Pacific M lit Steanmbip Com
paiiy'a OtQec, I'rivato entrance
on lcidcdurt! street,
EnlablimhrJ tprtly In nffurd ikt ajfliclrit tomntt
and cimOic Wfiici' uirf m ISm tmfuxt
and er.nl I'riruitnmt C'Aroa
e iiiMKi, ra, uf .Vccr
ry OHif all Srxmul
TO THE AI'FLItTED.
IR. W. K. UOHERTYltETUUXd IIIS61.V.
f crre thank I bia n'imcrnua patit oi for
lUeir patrnai;e would lake ttr i.pportuniiy
to remind them that be continue to counlt at hi
Institute for the cure of rhrnie duesre of the
Luox. Liver, Kidney. Dielive nd lienilo-t'rl-uary
Oran. and ail private iiicoe. via . Hyph
i'i in all its forms and l;e, tH-minat Vcakoe.
aud all the horrid eneUunce ofaelf-abute tion
orrhm, Uk-et, Mricturrf. Nocturnal and tiiurnal
eu.iiin. fcxual UcUility. Disease of Ibe I'aek
and Linn. IiiDammalion uf the llladdrrand Kid
ney, etc., etc.. and be boa thai hi lns experi.
ence and u-ee.rul practice will continue to iusure
him a share of puhlic patronage. l!y the practice
f aiauv year in Europe and I ho United htatr,
he i enabled to apply Ih moct efficient and suc
cessful remedies uisin t diseases of all kinds. Ha
uses no mercury, chare moderate, treat bis pa
ttcnts in a comet an-1 honorable t, and bas
refereo'C of unquestionable vrrarity from mm
of known rrfpcclabilt'y and high itanding in soci
ety. A'i parlie consulting biiu l y l Iter oruther-
ire, will ixceive tho best and gentlest trcatmant,
and implicit set recy.
When a fetrj'e is in troul.tc, or aSlicled with
lisrae, as weakness of the bock and limbs, pain
in the bead' dimness of sight, loss of muscular
power, pa!pftali:a of Ihe heart. Irritability, ner
tousucm. ex'remr nrinary difurullir. derane
tnent of digestive functions, irenerrl debility, va
ginitis, all diseases ot ibe wotun. hjslcria, su rili
ty, and all other disease peculiar to females; she
sbyuld fn r write at onec I the celebrated female
doctor. W. K. I)ohcrty. at bis Medical Institute
and einrnlt him about ber trouble and disease.
The Doctor i effecting morn cures than any other
physician in the Stale of California. I t no fa!e
delicacy prevent you. but apply immediately and
save yourself from painful ttfft-rings and prema
ture death. A-l Married Ladies whose delicate
health or other rirrinnsiancc prevent an increase
in their fauilics, should write or call at Dr. W. K.
Doberty'a Medictl Institute, and they will receive
every possible relief and help. 1 be Doctor's "fli
ers are o arranged that be ran be consulted with
out fear of observation.
Patient residing in any part of Ibe Plate, how.
ever distaut, who may desire Ibe opinion and ad
vice of Dr. Doberty in their resH tive ease, and
ho think proper to submit a written statement ot
uch, in preference to holding a personal interview,
are respectfully assured that their communication
will be held most sacred and confidential. -
If Ibe case be fully and candidly desetibed, per
sonal cminuniration will be unnecessary, as in
structions for diet, rcgimon, and tba general treat,
ment of the east (inclnding tho remedies ). will be
forwarded without delay, and in auch a manner aa
to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or
parce .so transmitted. Consultation by letter or
otherwise, rnitE. Permanent cure jruaranteed or
no pay. Addesa, W. K. DOIIEKTY. M. It
Son Francisco, California.
Da. DonERTr ha just published an important
pamplet embodying bis own views and experiences
in rclrtion to Impotence or Virility, being a short
treatise on Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness
Xervon and Physical Debility consequent on this
affection, and other disease ofthe Sexual Organ.
This little work contains information of the ut
most value to all. whether married or single, and
will be aent FREE by mail n receipt of six cents
in postax'e stamps for retnrn postnjrfl.
Address, W. K. DOHERTY. M. D..
vSnSRtf San Francisco, Cal.
FARMERS, JAKE NOTICE L
I WILL GIVE FOR
EGGS, 18 CTS. VER OOK.,
After tbia week, nntil further notice
Fab. Jl, ISnO-oHttf. R. CHEADLE.
IRA A. MILLER,
, (Succenort to Philip Miller,)'
Shop on Washing-toe, bet. 1st and 2d St'.
rplIESE GENTLEMEN BEG LEAVE TO IX
JL form the public at large that they aro now
prepared to furnish s
91 A It BL. 13 51 ON IJ ME NTS
a R A V E - S T O N E S!
OF EVERV STYLE AND PATTERV,
At the. Most ReaMonable Prices.
TOtlBSTONES CDT TO ORDER
On the very shortest notice.
Mar7v3n29tf IRA A. MILLER.
- J. HANNON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ALBANY. OREGON. '
Oflioe op stairs over Brcnnef'i store), dppttsite
,. j . ' ine i-oaiuuiee.
Sn4yl . .. ,
L. CURABLE, n. I'll K A OLE,
Front st, Albany, Ogn. 120 Clay t., San Fran.
R. CHEADLE & CO.
GOODS RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER
FHOM SAN FJtANCISCO.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS!
That I will attend to a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS I
IX HiX FIIAXC'IMCOI
IN AXaXt KINDS OF PRODUCE
co.vsic;.i:i to itin for s.4i.i;i
Wheat Taken for Goods or Book Accounts !
60 Cants per Bushel Oats 30 Cts. perEnshel
L. Ill r. A 1LK, or Albany, will a! tend to all
order on buaincs in the produce trad
that may be sent from Albany to me.
ocOviiiHmO Jl. CHEADLE.
NOT COUNTV CLERK!
CLERK OF THE DRUG STORE !
C3-. -A.. HILL,
iz. o nui Ac ison.
Will take pleasure lu waiting on the needy with
Draff, Wcdiclnof, Paint, Oil, D yet tuffs,
Olaii, Vansiabea, rntty, rerfnmtrjr,
raney Soap, Comb, Brnabe, &c.
tt-l'livsiiisus' 1'rescripiioua carefully Com
pounded. Z4T Ilor4 oficn all times of night.
yHT"Ordvrs from the interior promptly attended
CLEAR THE DIRT!
BY VSIXG STAXItARU KOAP COMPACT'S
WASHING POWDERS !
tiAlTIOXI-7mi.Cs TO TIIK
J many Imitations of this article, persons
h.'uld be very rantious and purchase none but
that branded ".Standard S-onp Company, of Han
Francisco," on package and bors. The imitations
are palmed iff by dealer, heranse of a greater
profit to themselves. The grrat demand f..r ihis
wwder is a sure guarantee of ii good o,utilits
for w,biog pnr.r. Ii save inoe and labor,
and d -e t injure the finest fabric. S'.ld by all
Uroecr. Tiy Mandsrd MoapC'o.'a Itrtcrsiv Step.
M. rll.ii .tntf.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, ., sold out at about COST !
A Choice, selected stock now on hand, and will
BE AKDED TO CONTINUALLY.
SOLD AT REDUCED RATES!
IROIY AM STi:FsIa!
OF ALMOST ALT. KINDS
The T.eti Assortment kept !n the City, and
Contisaally Receiving' Fresh Additions!
SOLD AT LOW RATES!
ALL WHO WANT BARGAINS. GIVE ME A CALL !
Albany. March 4, l7-n29yl.
ALBANY BOOK STORE
E. A. FREELAND,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER
Albany - - - - Oregon
ESPKCTFULLY INFORMS THE PUBLIC
that he has removed from the old stand U
Where all are invited, assured that Goods in his
line are sold at tho lowest cash pricaa.
COXSTAXTLT OH tlAXDt
STANDARD AND H1SCELIAXE0CS BOOKS.
Juvenile. Toy Gilt nnd Blank Boobs,
OOLD IfjtJ, ASD
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Of cvory kind nsed in the State.
tr-TlOOKsJ IMPORTED TO ORDKR, a
short notice. DeelnlAly
CHAIRS AND TURNING!
ALL SIZES OF
RAW-HIDE BOTTOMED CHAIRS!
of tho beat quality, well-finished, eaa be bad at .
M E T ZL E R ' S S H O P !
Also, all kinds of TURNING done to ordor.
Timber for Hubs on hand and fixed for turning
arMetilor'a Chairs are kept on hand by E. B.
Moors: tu Co., Harrisburg.
f025v5n28yl. J. M. METZLER.
NOTICE OF niM&Z. SETTLEMENT,
Stewart p. brock, administrator
of the estate of Alvin M. Brook, dceeaaed,
having this dny filed his final ftcomnt of his Ad
ministration of aid Estate and rendered the same
for auttloment it is therefore ordered that . .
'tttaatltlll ilia T7. slniM P 1970
beihr a day of the Jane term of this Court, be
appointed for tho bearing of objections to suob
final account snd tho settlement of tba same, and
thnt notice hereof be given by publication In the
'State Rights Democrat," a newanaper of general
circulation in said couhty;onee a week for at least
four sncceesive weeks prior to said day;
By order of said Courti
S. A. JOUNS) County Judjo.
Apjll it, ItfO H37W..
A1V J31lTla EblKH TS.
ELKINS & SON,
-A.T JLJE B.A- 2ST O XT-
One of the Oldest Mercantile Firms in Hun
M'E ARE NOW UECEIVINQ A
NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF GOODS 1
DIRECT mow TUB EAST
Which will be aold at the Very Cheapest Figure!
uncrmg every tnuueeinent to their old
customers and other to
DRY- G00D&. AND '. CLOTHING!
Hat and Cnp, Hoot it nod AhorX
IlflLDINO MATEttlAI.S & HARDWARE.
PAINTS AND OILS, A SpaeUI feature!
Qiek Suit; Small Vri.fil, and Prompt Pag!
L. EI.KIX8 1 SOX.
Ibannn, April I, IS70 v&n33mA.
$10. THE ERIE $1G.
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
THE GREATEST TRIUMPH
histoet or sewikg MAcnnrrs.
Many reasons why our Machine ' the best:
1. Jt is the least complicated of any machine in
the world. 2. It durability. In eonseUeiee of its
simplicity, I uneouallrd. '.I. It makes the elastic
"l.'-ck Mit-!i, eeh lirate'l for in stnnfrth, beauty
and elasticity. 4. ll will ttw from the fluent tn
the heaviest fabric with ejiiul facility. &. It bo
the under or four motion feed, same a all high
priced machine. od unlike all low priced ma
chines. 6. It is reversal.le, scwinc backward or
f.rward. 7. It has a self-adjustable pressure f"t
which will pas from Ibe lightest fabrics to the
very heaviest without elmnge. . Owing to a pe
culiar atlarbuietit to It, it is impossible for it to
drop a stitch when the needle is properly set.
PRICE : Machine. Gold Leal Finish, Flowers.
Ac, including room's Kelf-fewer. Ilrtnmer, Oil
fan, trew Driver. Clamp linage, I'rintcd iJir-e-tion
and 4 bet assorted silver steel Needles, fin.
.Tbe following wriiten tiuaranlee i given
with each machine, sijened by the Wholesale agent:
"This is to warrant or guarantee the Erie Pre
mium Hewing Machine, this dav old tn M ,
'or term of five year from date hereof. In ease
this Machine or any part of it fails during said
tlroo. w will repair it free of eipcn.e or take it
in exchange for a new one. In ease the owner
dtlres il, we will receive It-is mad ine any time
during five year from date, and allow tb" cost
price tor it in part payment toward ne of ti rover
A linker', Jjinger, Wbeclrr A Wilson's, Wilcox
A Gibbs" or ibe Florence, and furni.b any one of
I hose machines at the manufacturer' regular price.
W. T. ItCHH. Wholesale Agci t."
Psmpl Machines can lie seen at I' C . Harper
A Co' $tor or at lb residence f ih snot.
f. H. M A I! K II A.M.
tnarllvSnnyl, Agent at Albanv. Or.
ALE A.l) BEER,
csrnER cf first and Washington streets.
ALII AW, ORCGO.Y.
J. Z. CROUSE, PROPRIETOFl.
rnilE PROPRIETORS BEG LEAVE TO IN-
X form tba public that they
KEEP CONSTANTLY OH HAND
CflolCB ABTICt-E Or
Which they aro prepared to furnish
AT .VIIOI.r.N.lLE OK RETAIL!
Dt lirercd Free.
to any part of the City or Stat. All erJers
promptly atlendeit to, and
Perfect Satisfrctioa Qsaranteed.
n ii i:it i ri-H f.i li:.
NOTICE IS II til EH Y GIVEN THAT BY
virtue of an caeeution issued out ofthe Cir
cuit Court of Liun county, Oregon, and to me di
rected and delivered, in favor of Jumis Knox,
Plaintiff, and against Jimn K. tlcndentns. Ie-
fendnnt. for the turn of $.'..'1US.35, Ju. lament and
coats of suit, I have ihis 13th day of April, A. D.
1370, levied upon the lollowinjr described real es
tate and all the appurtenances thereunto bchmij.
ins; or in anywise npperta'ninjr. to-wit :
Tbeeast bait of the claim of John Louderback, be
ing Claim Notification No. Sixteen Hundred and
n ncty-four (Ift'Jt).and t'laiiu No. Forty-Seven (7)
in Township No. Ten (10), South of Kan so No.
Three (3), West of tho Willamette Meridian; as
known and described on Ihe plots and surveys of
the t nitcit Mates now on tile tn the Ucgister s
and Receiver's Office, in Orejron City, in the State
of Oregon, commencing; at the Southeast corner
of said Lund Claim, and running thence Snnth
Eighty-nine degrees. West, (S. f0 W..) Forty
Chain and Forty.ffix Links (4IMIJ cb.) ; thence
North Ono Degrco and Fifteen Minutes West,
(N. 1 W) Eighty-Olio chains (Slclr.); thence
North Eil'ty-Kight degrees and Forty-Five min
utes East. (N. 8S 5' f:.) Forty-Ono chains and
Seventy-One links (41-71 eh.); thence Sjuth
Twenty-Five minnb s East. (S. U 26' E.) Eighty.
One chains and Sixteen links, (81-10 rh.) to the
place of beginning, so a to Ineludo Three Hun
dred and Thirty-Two and Eighty-Nino One
Hundredth acres (332 89-100):
Also the ono hiilf Interest in the following do
scribed : A part of the Land Claim of lixu-n Pow
ell, being Claim Notification No. Sixteen Hundred
and Ninety-Six (169B), and Claim No. Forty. Four
(4t), in Township No. Jen (111), houtb or Hange
No. Three (3), West of tho WiHatm-tto Meridi
an, In tho State of Oregon, as known and described
on the plat and surveys of the United IHatos
now on file in the Kogister's and Reocivcr's office,
in Oregon City, Stato of Oregon, commencing at
tho Sonth-Wcst eornnr of said Lund Claim, and
running thence Eiut Twenty-One chainaand Forty-
Fivo iiiikx(2l-4i chs.) thence North One degree
and Thirty minutes West, (N. 1 80' W.) Fifty-
Tlirco chains anil thirty linKS (&3-3U chs.);
thonce South Kishty-Eight dogreca and Thirty-
Seven minute West, (6. 88 37' W.) Fifty-Two
ohains and Fifty links, (52-50 chs.) to the
Willamette River ; tbenco up said river with
its monndcrings, to the plaoe or beeinung
containing Ono Handred and Fifty Acres and
Ninety-Three One-Hundreths of an Aero, (150
U3-10U acres); and on . , . - ., .
Monday, the day of- May, 1870,
at two o'olook p. m. of said day, In front of the
Court House door in the city of Albany, Linn
county, Stato of Oregon, 1 will soil the above do
scribed real property at publio outcry, to the
bigbeat and beat bidder, tor caah in band therefor,
R. A. IRVINE.
Sheriff of Linn county, Oregon.""
Dated this 13tb day of April, A. D. 1S70., t
r" , , , v5n36w. .
A GOOD CARPENTER WITH A FEW IITJN
drod dollars, can find the be-t opening to
make money honestly, in Linn eounty, by apply
ing to J. W. Mack, by letter at Lebanon,' Oregon,
er personally at Waterloo on the South Santiam
above Lebanon. J. W MACK.
RATES OF TOLL,
WILIA3JETTE IALLET AD CASCADE Ml
WW WACOS ROAD,
To Descfautt'ec River, 4-liorse or male team, t 0
To " " 2 " " 3 00
To " "1 " " 2 00
To " " ox team. 3 voke ........ 4 00
To " " every additional yoke.. 60
Jo " " loose borses, per head.. 25
To ' " " eallle, " 15
To " sheep or boga, a
To " " pack animals, loaded... 50
To " " " " unpack'd 25
To " " borne and rider .......... 1 00
Team returning empty, half price.
To Fisn Luck:
4-borse or mule team, each way
? 1 40
1 " " . " 1 00
Paok animals, loaded " ............... 50
" unloaded, " ............... 25
Horse end rider 75
Ox team, 3 yoke " 2 00
To Uppkr Sooa Srnixo :
4-horse or male learn, out and back......... 2 50
2 " " u " " ,2 00
I " " " " " 1 00
Horse and rider - - ......... 60
Loose animal, " ......... 25
Os team the same as horse team.
JASON WHEELER, Pres'f.
Jas. F.i.m. Bce'y.
April 22. 1870. vln-W
NEW FIRM! NEW FIRM !
AV. II. KUIIN & CO.,
HATE Jl'ST RECEIVED A
LA HOE AS D WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
irVlfcT WARK r
Of every description, such
FARMERS' and MECHANICS'
- cfixsiKTisa or
ANVILS. VICES. BELLOWS. HAMMERS. HATCHETS.
Sledges, Saws, Planes,
KOS- XT AND JIII.L MAaTK!
Together with a large Assortment of
TTlOJSr J2TT STEEL,
Spriuri, Axlrs, Tbimble Skeins, etc.
Also, well silecfcd stock of
AViisroii rJ7 i in 1 o ! !
Spoka, Hubs, Jicnl RtM$, Sttajla,
FoUt, JlUkonj Axlct, dt.
AH cf which we are now offering to the pnolie at
low rate. Aa w make the business a spe
ciality, we can'nnd will keep a better as
aurtment at lower prices than any
otbrr bonne in this city.
Receiving and now opening a splendid atoek of
WOOD AHD WILLOW WARE,
which e iirt:n at creati.t ttntt'Ct rates.
x-C- Store in M'intrilb's Frc-Proof trick, next
door to ISlain k Young's.
. II. Kt,li 2 K'J.
Albany. March 11, 1S70 t.;0m3.
Tbe subjoined correspondence tufCcicnlly ex-
plaiu iUeif :
roRTLAn. Ureg'in, Aov. u, les;.
Mr.tsnl. Evra"S A Halvei, lirii'l Agent New
Kn;land Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Otniltmm : On my own ticlmlf and in flianacjc
of my orphan children, I be to thank you, and
through you the New Kofrlafad Mulaal Life Insur
ance tujupany of Uostun. for its munificence in
paying me my tcrtnioatcd policy on tbe life of my
busband. On the 21st January, 1S69, misfortune
compelled me to forego ibe paymeot of tbe last
premium which noa-paymet-t In any other com
pany would bae l"t me my policy but I am
now overjoyed witn tl.e receiptor tbe amount ol
tbe policy (lesa Ibe amount ot the enpaid premium
only), thanks to the eauity of the Massachusetts
Lapse Law, that must blcs many widows and
their children. 1 recommeisd tbe New Kucland
Mutual to all who would provide aeaiost possible
misfortune. I sincerely thank you aala, ge tlc-
mcn, for tho payment, aud also lor your renerous
and tentlrmanly assistance in the matter.
Hespectriilly, listihl MlLUtK.
roRTLAXD. OregoR, 5or. 15, 1869.
MrssR. Evr.r.s-ja A II At-ies. General Agents of
the New Knclantl Mutual Lue lnsuraned. Com
pany, of lioelon :
Utatlrmrn .- Havinsr taken a lively interest In
the aCaira of the large and destitute family, left
by an old resident ot this eity, who died Aug. 2d,
1KG9, and who wa insured lit the New bngland
Mutual Life Insnianc Company, we take pleasure
in tuakins; the following statement for tbe informa
tion of the pnblie :
A. E. C. Miller was insured by ordinany Life
Policy No. 1.1,054, bearing date January 21, 1PA3.
He paid annual payments to January 21, ISfiS,
inclusive. Since then nothing baa been paid. He
died Ang. 2, 1SS9, over eighteen months after last
payment of premium, yet your company, working
under the eiiitnllo Lape Lawa of Massachusetts,
pays Ihe widow and orphans tbe whole policy, de
ducting only the premium due: while in all other
companies doing business here, about which - we
know anything, the policy would long since nave
By tbe New England Mutual,- 'the widow baa
been paid $4,650 50. This we consider munifi
cent, mere especially when we loke into considera
tion that the family would nut have received
cent from any other company doing business on
tbia coast. This in our estimation is enough to
recommend this company above all others. This
is Equity, this is Mutunlity. We, therefore, com
mend this company to tbe publio, as the ouly com
pany that has no forfeitures.
We herewith inclose yon the acknowledgments
of tho widow. R-.speetfullv y.nrs. etc.
iKORGE II. FLANDERS,
Orrtce Nttw Exot.Asn MuTCAt.LiFRl-ts.Co
itFR Ixs.Co. "I
,18, 1809. j
No. 12 Carthr's B
PottTLAXt), Oregon, Nov
To Messrs. C. Hills, J. Myer, Geo. H. Flanders
and M Sellers . - - -
Centlcme ; Y'our fuvor of yesterday, inclosjng
"acknowledgments of Mr. Milhr," is at band.
Please accept our thanks ior the voluntary jus
tice you bave done Ihe company we represent,
s - - ! Your Very Trulv, ; "--- t
n!5tf EVERSON Jt'lIAINES.
RAILROAD TIES WANTED.
Orrica Orkoos An California R. K. Co., "I
' ' Portlaro, April 1, 1870.
irTIHE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED
JL to contract for tho delivery, on the Hue of
tuo Oregon and California Kailroad, between Par
rot's Creek and Albany, of
of thn following description t Sight feet long, 6
inches thica. and 10 inches face, with the bark
taken off. To be delivered between the 1st of
May and 1st of September, 1870. Proposals for
h wn thnbur are invited.
For particulars apply nt the Office of tho Cent'
pany. BEN. HOLLA DAY, -
The Salem Statesman, Albany and Corrallia
papers please eopy and send bill to Company's
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of
E. A. Johnson, dooeased, will apply to the County
Court of Linn county, Oregon, at tbe May term
thereof, to bo bolden on the first Monday in May.
1S70, for the purpose of resigning my trust as said.
Administrator. A. MILLER, Jr.,
Adin'r of Eelalo of E A. Johnson, dee'd.
Albsay, April 4th,-ief(-o3Iw4.
A D V K 11 T 1 S E M K iS T 8 . '
NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES
DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY,
6S3 Kearnr St., corner Commercial, -Private
Entrance on Commercial t.,
ft A ft FRANCISCO.
ESTABLISHED IX 1854, far
tbe treatment of Sexual aad
Seminal frisearee, such as Goe- .
orrhoea, Uleef, Stricture, "ypb.
His in all us forms, Seminal
Weakness, Jmpntenry, ete.
Ikifi diseases (or years' stand'
ng) and Ulcerated Legs sv
How many thousands of Mrsoos. bvii
and female, are there who are suffering out sic
arable existence, from the effect of secret indlg-
ences, or from virus absorbed into the system.
Look at tbetr pallid, emaciated and disfigured
face, and their broken-down constitutions, dis
qualifying them for tbe bsppiaess of marriage or
the enjoyment of life. In this horrid situation
thousand suffer until Death closes tbe seene. Let"
parents, guardian and fiiends attend to those
who are suffering with any of tbese horrible, Ilfe-
destroying maladies ace tLat tbey are eared for
and cured before it ia too late. Bend tbesa iam ev
il lately to Ir. Gibbon, a physician who has made'
private diseases bis especial study for years, and
who is certain to cure tbe most inveterate eases
without mercury or any injurious drugs. It isr
important to those who are afflicted, or la those?
who ere interested in tbe welfare of Ibeir friend
to be careful of tbe many pretended doctors who
infest all cities, publishing their skill in curing afl;
disease in a few days, imposing open tbe publio'
by using the names of eminent physicians froof
Europe and other .' ace. lie, therefore, earefol,-
and make strict inquiry, or yon may fall into Utev
bands of those charlatan.
Seminal CTcakne to.
Seminal emissions, tbe conscnuence of seff--
sbuse. Ibis colitarv viee, or depraved sexaaf
indulgence, is practiced by the youth of botK
aexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing,.
wub unerring certainty, tbe following train.
of morbid symptoms, ankss combatted by scientifisr
medical measure, vis: Hallow countenance, dars
pot onder eyes, pain ia the bead, ringing ist tbe)
ear, noise like the rustling of leave and rattling:
of chariots, nncas ines about the loin, weakness off
the limbs, confused vision, Mooted intellect, lose
of confidence, diffidence of approaching strange r
a dislike to form newacquaintanees, a disposition
to a bun society, loss of memory, hectic tushes,,
pimples and eruptions shoot tbe face, furred
tni.gue, fitted breath, cougbs, consumption, nigh)
sweats, monomania and freqnent insarity. It
relief be not obtained.tbe antferer should apply
immediately, either in noraon or by letter, to nave
a cure effected by hisnew and ecientific mod off
treating this disease, which never fail of effecting;
a quit k aiid railical core. Dr. (i. will give $lt
to any person who will prove satisfactorily to bias)
that be was. cured of this complaint by either of
the San Francis? oquacks. (i
Or those who contemplate marriage, who are sf
fering under any of theso fearful maladies, sboal
not furget the sacred responsibilities resting apes
tLeui, cor delay to obtain immediate relief.
To the XsadieR.
The various complicated and distressing diseascsf
incident to female, treated with em inent success
sach as r-upprrssions. Irregularities, WLites, Fall'
in g of the Womb, Tumors, all Urinary Iiseaaesv
Nerrons Debility, Painful or Difficult Menitrarsw
tion, barrenness, ete. will be speedily eared, with"
out poisonons drugs, injuries, or unpalatable ased
icines of any kind. Have no delicacy ia calling,
no difference wbat your troubles may be. The aX
liicUd aro cordially invited to call and satisfy
Person's calling at Dr. Gibbon' cCce or send
in; for packages of medicine may rely upoa bis
assurance of eoufidential iccresy with implicit
faith, end expect no more than to be charged with
a fair and mutually ratisfartory remuneration for
service rendered, considering the circumstance
and difficulties of the ease, rather than a too prev
atcot and selfish practice of exortalioa assosg:
quacks and pretenders.
DTI. GIBBON is responsible, and will give to
each patient a written instrument binding himself
to effect a radical and permanent cure or ssske as
Cared at Home.
Persons at a distance can be CUBED Af
HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon,
stating case, symptoms, length of lime tbe diseaaw
ha continned, and bave medicine promptly for
wardetl. free of damage and cariosity, to any
part of tbe country, with full and plain direction!
for use, by oelos't!g$10 in coin, in a registeiwt
I-tier, through tbe roswofP.ce on Wells. Fargo A
Co. A package of medicine will bo forwasde
by express to any part of the Union.
Address DR. J. F. GIBBON.
Box 252, Ran Francisco, Califuixux,
P.emember to rnt bnx 232 on the letter.
.T-r Correspondents wfll please inforsa DS,
GIBCON that tbey read his nUrertisemeRt ift t.
Statb Sicbts DteaoctAt. -
Mors that 200,000 rsRsoita
Bear testimony to the Wonderfnl Curative, :-
Dr. Joseph Walker's
llanafactnred fijom the native Herbs sad ftoote
tyThtj Great Blood Pttrifier.!J
FOR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIO
BHEC MATI3M AND GOUT. DYSPEPSIA of
INDIGESTION.- BILIOUS, REMITTENT ami
INTERMITTENT FEVEES, DISEASES OF TH8
BLOOD. LITER, KIDNEYS and BLADDER,
these BITTERS have been most successful. 8DC1I
DISEASES -are canaexl by VITIATED BLOOD, :
which ia generally prod need by dennaemeat ot
tbe DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
Cleanse tbe Vitiated Blood whenever yon find
its imparities bursting through the skin in Ptm
ples. Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when yon 9nt
it obstructed and sluggish in the veins: eleanee .
It when it ia foul, and your feelings will tell tow.
-when; Keep tbe blood healthy, and all will be well.
Corner Pine and Sansome Streets, nan Fracciaoo,
vuq ana Bacramento, ul. ana
SALE OF ROAD LANDS. '
NOTICE. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
made by tho Board of Diret tors .-f ti e Wil
lamette Valley and Cascado .Mountain Wagon
Road Companv, tbey now offer at private sale, un
til July 1st. 1870, any and all of thoir lands l
cated in Linn countv, Oregon.
- TERMS: One-half cash at sale, remainder ia
twelve months at 10 per cent interest, with bond
for deed given. , '
Bids to bo left with tho Secretary at Company's
Offioo. in Albany, Oregon, where maps and de
soriptions eon be seen, and further information
had. ' "- - - ' ' -
Persona who may be settled on any of said
lands shall bave prebrcnee in terms and purchase.
JASON WHEELER, President,
April 15, 1870. . atC
BLAXK I)EDS, ofthe latest and most
approved form, for sale st this office. Wsrraty
add Mortsago, ; - ,
93 y -
11 ! I
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