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FRIDAY..;... NOVEMBER 11, 1870.
AS ACT TO JROTECT L1TIOAXT3.
JJe it enacted by Ui Legislative Assembly
of Uue btate of Oregon :.
Section 1. It shall be the -duty of
the Governor of the btate of Oregon,
within six months after the taking ef
. feet of this act, to designate, by order
filed with the Secretary of State, one
newspaper for every county within
' this State, in which shall be published
all judicial and legal advertisements
lor said coanty: Provided, That where
there is no newspaper published with'
in a county the Governor may desig
nate, to do the legal and judicial ad
Terusing for that county, a newspaper
published in some other county.
Sec. 2." It shall be tho duty of the
Secretary of State, immediately on
the receipt by him of an order from
the Governor designating tin oflicial
paper for anv county, as provided in
Section 1 of this Act, to forward a
certified copy thereof to the Clerk of
said county, and such certihed copy
shall by said Clerk be filed in his of-
hce for the information of all whom it
Sec. 3. "When the proprietor or
proprietors of a newspaper designated
as the omcial paper of anv county,
shall file with the County Clerk of
said county, a written stipulation ac
cepting the conditions of this act, to
gether with a bond in the sum of five
hundred dollars with good and suffi
cient sureties to be approved by the
Judge of the Judicial District in
which said county is situated, for the
faithful performance of the legal and
judicial advertising of said county,
And when such action on the part of
the proprietor of a designated news
paper and the District Judge has been
.certified by the Clerk of said county
. to the secretary of btate, and notice
v of the same has been given to the
Governor by the Secretary of State.
.the Governor shall, without delay, by
proclamation, appoint and i confirm
said newspaper as the medium through
which all judicial and legal advertise
ments for said county shall be pub
lished for the term for which he may
have been elected, and thereafter all
notices, summons and advertisements
-of whatever nature, authorized or re
quired to be published by any law of
this State, which shall be published
in any other newspaper than the one
so designated, shall be illegal and
void: Provided, That at auy time,
upon proof of a failure on the. part of
the proprietor of any newspaper to
properly publish legal and judicial
advertisements, or of their non-com
pliance with any of the conditions of
this Act, the Governor may designate
and appoint and confirm, according to
the provisions of this Act, some other
paper as the omcial organ of the coun
ty in which such failure or default is
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the
Secretary of State and all County
Ulerk3 to make and forward, withm
ten days from notice thereof, all cer
tificates required of them by this Act,
and to receive and file all papers,
bonds, and other documents mention
ed in this Act, as to be filed in their
Sec. 5. All. notices or advertise
ments required prior to or during the
course of any legal ox judicial pro
ceedings, bhall be made in the news
paper which has been designated, ap
pointed and confirmed, as hereinbe
fore provided, a3 the official organ of
the county ia which each proceedings
are had: Provided, That the prices
charged foi Buch advertising shall not
-exceed, for each square of twelve lines
of ..nonpareil type, two dollars and
fii ty cents for the first, and one dollar
for each subsequent insertion.
Sec. 6. Each newspaper designa
ted nnder this Act shall furnish, free
of charge, one copy of each of its is
sues to the Secretary of State, the
State librarian and Clerk of the Su
preme Court of the State of Oregon,
and two copies each to the Clerks of
all Courts of Record in the county for
which it is the official organ. And it
shall be the duty of the Clerks of the
Courts of Record aforesaid to have
one copy of said newspaper filed and
from time to time bound; and the
Courts may determine any question
that may arise as to the publication of
.any legal or judicial advertisement by
' reference to such files. ;
Sec. 7, . All Aet3 or parts of Acts
in conflict with this Act are hereby re
pealed. " -" : -
Sec. 8. As the present laws relat
ing to the publication of legal and
judicial advertisements are imperfect,
. and important advantages to litigants
, and others are to be secured by this
Act, therefore this Act shall take ef
fect and be in force from and after its
- approval by the Governor.
, Approved Oct. 24, 1870. :
Attest, S. F. CHAD WICK,
Secretary of State.
The Barber's Pole. Hundreds of
people thero are who do cot understand
why the barber uses the red-striped pole.
It originated from the fact, that, some
centuries ago, it was customary for bar
risers to bleed people, and the pole, with
alternate windin strings of whi.'n
5 and red, represented the bandage of the
phlebotomized victim. In the coarse of
f- time the apothecary excelled the barber
Hi hlrirxl-lett.pr . Vint , t,a c-n r
'. 7 - "i, I. Vj I Llib
. craft was retained by the latter after th
function which" gave it significance bad
ceaseu. ' - - - ' :
A wise old darkey In the southern
- -part of Kentucky camd to his old master
-:Sa Ar VialrtA tliA tA alnAtin J - 1
. he 1 4liara Tnb n 1 roanta in .L.
Democratic ticket. The fac is 1 think
4e niggers ough t 'to split up 'anyhow.'5 If
we Votes Democratic, the Radicals say we
i ....-1 - -I . L . , r
10 uuiateiui, au men me jjeague anes
us five dollars an' warns us. , If we votes
Radical, de Ku Klux'll git us shore.' I
wants to divide like. BO as to mnlcA At ln-
- 4rust 6b both parties to Teat us kin' and
friendly." That darkey is a statesman
and a philosopher.
Nnw Vobic, August 15tb, 18(58.
Allow nit to call attention to my PBEPARA.
HON OF COMPOUND EXTRACT BUCHU.
The component parts are BUCI1U, Loko tsar,
CUBEBS, JUNIPER BERRIES.
Modi or Prkfahatiusi. Buohu, ia vacuo.
Juniper Harriet, by distillation, to form a lino (In.
Cubebs extracted by displacement with spirits
obtained from Juniper Berriee ; Tory little augar
ia used, and a aaiall proportion of spirit. It ia
more palatabie than any now in uw.
Bucbu, aa prepared by Druggists, ia of a dark
color. It Is a plant that emit It fragrance ; the
action of a flame destroy t thia (ita active princi
ple), leaving a dark and glutinous decoction.
Mine ia tbe color of ingredient. The Buohu in
my preparation predominate; the ainallcit Uoo
tity of the other ingredient are added, to prevent
fermentation ; upon inspection it will be found not
to be a Tincture, aa in ado in Pbannaoopwa, nor
ia it a Synrp and therefore eaa be used in eases
where fever or inflamtnatl jc exist. In this, you
have the knowledge of (he ingredient and the
mode of peparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a trial, and
that npon inspection it will meet with your ap
probation. With a feeling of confidence,
I am, very respectfully,
II. T. IIELUBOLD,
. Chemist and Druggist of 18 Year Experience
From the Largest Manufacturing Chemists in
XovsiiacB i, 18it.
"I am acquainted with Mr. II. T. Helmbold ;
be occupied the Drug Store opposite my resi
dence, and was successful in conducting tbe bu.i
ness where others had not been equally eo befor(
him. I have been favorably impressed with his
character and enterprise."
Firm of Powers k Wclgbtmaa, Maaafaetnr
iag Chemists, Ninth and Brown Streets,
Uelksold's Fluid Extract Btcic, for
weakness arising from iadiseretion. Tbe exhaust
ed powers of Mature which are accompanied by
so many alarming symptoms, among which will
be found, Indispot 'ttioa to Exertion, Lots of Mem
ory, Wakefulness, Horror of Disease, or Forebo
dings of Evil ; ia fact, Unirarsal Lassitude, Proa
tnttion, aad inability to enter into the enjoyments
of f octet.
The constitution, once affected with Organic
"Weakness, requires tbe aid of Medicine to strength
en and invigorate tbe system, which HELM.
BOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU invariably does.
If no treatment ia submitted to, Consumption or
Heldbold's' Flcid ExrtAcr or Bccatr, in
auctions peculiar to Females, is unequalled by
any other preparation, aa in Chlorosis, or lUUa
tion, Painfulness, or fcuppression of Customary
Evacuations, Ulcerated or Sehirrus State of the
Uterus, and all complaints incident to the aex, or
tbe decline or change of life.
Helxbold's Fluid Exteact Bccno and Im
proved Boss Wash will radically exterminate
from the system diseasce arising from habits of
dissipation, at little expense, little or no change
in diet, no inconvenience or exposure ; complete
ly superseding those unpleasant and dangerous
remedies, Copatra and Mercury, in all these die
eases. Use Hexhbold's Flciu Extract Buchu in
all diseases of these organs, whether existing in
male or female, from whatever cause originating,
and no matter of how long standing. It is pleas
ant in taste and odor, "immediate" in action, and
more strengthening than any of tbe preparations
of Bark or Iron.
Those persons suffering from broken-down or
delicate constitutions, procure tbe remedy at
once. . , .t. ,
The reader most be aware that however slight
may be the attack of the above diseases, it is
certain to. affect tbe bodily health and mental
All the above diseases require tbe aid of a Diu
retic. HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU is
the great Diuretio.
- Sold by Druggists everywhere. Pbice $1.25
per bottle, or six bottles for $6.50. Delivered
to any address. Describe symptoms is all com
munications. ' 'r: .."'."'f;:,-''
Address H. T. HELMBOLD, Drag and Chemi
cal Warehouse, 694 Broadway, N. Y. , t ,
NONE GENUINE UNLESS DONE UP IN
steel engraved wrapper, with fae-sitoile of
my Chemical Warehouse, and signed -
11. T. IIULHUVUV.
,.-"'.'. . . DEALERS IN :
STORE IN FOSTER'S BRICK, FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY D. MANSFIELD & CO.. j;
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FIN15 ASSORTMENT OF
DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
QUE ENSWARE, GLAS8WARE, &c-
IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT IN A RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH THEY
Offer Very Low, Either for Cash or Produce.
v5o40yl I C". IIAKFER A CO.
; BUSINESS UNABATED!
NEW JEWELRY STORE!!!
CL-y The Agency whloh has beengaa
A2Ssriiied esprossly to us for tbe
ysale of tho
AMERICAN WATCHES !
And tbe connection with tbe
CEST MANUFACTORIES IN EUROPE
affords us every facility for ordering:
ANY AND ALL KINDS OT FOREIGN MADE GOODS
which are not kept for salo in this market
A Large Invoice of Fine Toilet Articles!
FOR LADIES' AND OEXTS' USE,
have jut been received, and we ofler them to tha
public at very low flaun's so low Hint tuey
couie within the reach of every perron.
jM-Th New Star Watch! of which the
Unit invoice has jut been received, can be sern in
our Store, and all ha will take tbe trouble lu ex
amine this wonderful work, wbirh we offer at a
marvellously low price, will eive us an order
without iloui.t. J. V. lilt.".
Dee. 10. ISo9-vSnl7yl. Firt Ht.
THIS SALVE POfs.E.E3 VIRTt'ES TRU.
LY YYUXDEKFI L, being a compound o
CURATIVE AND HEALING AGENTS!
EVEB uiNio vkki:d I
It needs but to t tried to prove It superiority
over all otber agents for tue cure or
CUTS, SCAIDS, BURNS, SCAIDHEA&,
CutanecM Eraptioaa cf all Khids !
Try it one:, and yon will crcraft-r Use It.
Principal Manufoolxry at Corvallia, lknton coun
ty, Onson, where it ia sold at
Wholesale and K1U1I.
The Trade aopplted on Reasonable Terms. For
sale by Isruggut larougnonl Urrgoo.
Retail Price, 50 Cents per Hex.
Address all communications to
W. W. OGLESBT,
Cirvallis, Benton Co., Oregon,
We the andenigned, citisrns of Corvaltis and
vicinity, having known Ir. W. W. Og esby for a
number or years, and believing bim to an bon
orahle and worthy eitixen. would recommend to
tbe publie tbe doctor's Ortyoa llnlm of Uilend
oulce, as possessing IrattsccUtiant beamg ua!U
DR. T. J. niOHT. JOHN BURNETT,
THO.?. CAUTIIORN. P. A VERY.
F. 3. MATTHEWS, pAJI L L. PIMPSON,
M. II. BELL,
X. P. BIU;S,
A. N. LOCKE,
J. II. UPTON,
L. L. HORSING,
J. 8. PALMER.
II. FIN LEY.
J. 8. KENDALL.
W. n. JOHNSON,
G. B. HOWARD,
T. II. P WER8,
H. B. STRAIiAN.
JAMErt U. FOUNTAIN,
W. J. RORERTriON. EO. W. JOHNSON.
E. ALLEN, Druggist, E. WOODWARD, Drg'st.
IflKS. A. J. DUIVIWAY,
, DEALER 1
Follows Cress and Cloalt ttlsJdag in all their
BLEACHES & PEESSI3 STEAW GOODS
"In Latest Styles and Best Manner. ' ,
Stamps for Braid and Embroidery.
Cornrr Main and Broad-Albia Streets,
THE OLD STOYE DEPOT !
JOHN BRIG GS,
COOK, PARLOR AND BOX STOVES !
' Of the Best Patterns,
TIN. SHEET-IRON AND COPPER-WARE!
And the usual assortment of furnishing goods
found In a Tin Store.
Beoairs Neatly and Promptly Executed !
On Reasonable Terms. '
" Short Reckonings Make long Friends I"
f . 1 FB0NT-ST., ALBANY,
Next Door to D. Maniflold " Bro'a Store,
Dee.ivtel6tf JOHN BRIQGS.
(if w Jl
NEW FIRM! NEW FIRM!
W. II. KUIIN & CO.,
HAVt JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE AAD WELL SELECTED STOCK Of
Of evory description, such
FARMERS' and MECHANICS'
conbihti no of
ANVILS, VICES. BELLOWS. HAMMERS. HATCHETS.
Sledges, Saws, Planes,
CKOMS- L'T AM BUM, MAU N I
Tufrvtlicr with a large Assortuenof
tjrosst tstid steel,
Springs, ixlrx. Thimble Sktioi, tie.
Also, a welt selected stock of
f!jMf!:r, Hub, Jii-nt Hirnn, SJmJlt,
J'oUs, HUk'trij Axles, fr.
All cf which we are now nOVrinjr to tbo publie at
low mtrs. As ws mske the buolnvss a spe
ciality, wo can'nnd will krep a better as
sortment at lwcr prW than any
otbvr bouo ia this city.
Receiving and now opening a splendid stock of
winrn m ones at reatly tun tu u.rtn.
p$r- Store In M'.uttit'u's Ere 1'roof brick, next
dour to Diain k Voung's.
W. II. KUIIN k CO.
Albany, March II, IST0 nlUuiX
RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE !
BLAIN & YOUNG,
ALBANY, . . . OREGON,
Would call tbe attention of Buyers to their
WELL SELECTED STOCK
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS 1
IJOOTS Si SIIOKS Our Specialty.)
SOLD AT MODERATE PRICES
AGBNTS FOR THE CELEBBATED
FLOUEXCE NEWISU MACIIIXEI
The Best in Use.
BLAXN & TOUNQ.
Dec. 31. 169 v:.o20tf.
FURNITURE AND CABINET WARE!
(Corner of First and Broadalbin streets,
at old slaud of C. Mca ey k Co.)
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
assortment of everything in bis line that the
trade requires or an enterprising public demands.
Of All Kinds and Descriptions !
BEDS AND BEDDI.'G, &C.
Particular attention will be paid to orders for
And all other orders in my line will be promptly
SatUfaelion Guaranteed and Work Warranted I
Albany, July 6, 18B9v4n47tf.
IRA A. MILLER,
(Successors (o Philip Miller,) r
M A R B LE WORKS
Shop on Washington, bet. 1st and 2d St's.
THESE GENTLEMEN BEG LEAVE TO IN
furm the public at large that thoy are now
prepared to furnish -.;
' . ',. ' Attn '
G R A V E - STONES!
07 EVERY 8TVLE AND PATTERN, . .
At the Most - Reasonable Prices.
TOMBSTONES OCT TO ORDER
On tb, very shortest notice. ' '
Mr7v3n29tf IRA A, MILLER.
gKJ) ALE AND BEER,fJB
CORNER OF FIRST AND WASHINGTON STREETS.
ALII ANY, OUECOff.
J. Z. CROUSE, PROPRIETOR.
prtOPRIKTOH BEOS LEAVE TO IN
form the publie that he
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OUHAUD
a caoics articls or
-A.XiE J.2X"T BEEE1
Which be Is prepared to furnish
AT WIIOLEftALl? OK It ETA I L!
to any part of tbe City or folate. All orders
promptly attended to, ana
Perfect Satisfaction Gaaraateed,
LITERARY MINDS AWAKE!
W. S. DRIGGS,
INTENT IP0N (JBATIFVIXO THE 80CL8
of tlio who hunger and thirst after wit and
VOIX THAT KXI'ItESM VVUVOHVi
Opened a New and well selected stock of
Standard and Miscellaneous
ranging from School Primers to Shakespeare
Also, constantly on hand,
SHEET SIlSIC "LATEST AuONIESI"
Albums, Diaries, Writing Huids, Etc., Etc
I've goods to suit all kinds of folks.
In palaces ir bnvels ;
I've ISibln, Poems. Antic Joki.
Blank Iiok. On! 'I I'cns aod Novels.
COME! Call fur anything ia my line and be
aemm'"Iatrd ' .
JF-ir-u will find me In Hill's Dm Store.
Albany, March 4. In-ly. W. S. liKIGUg.
JiEER! U E E It!!
CHAM. UIEI'CB, Vro'r.
f I1HK PUB5CniBKIt HAS JffT EKECTEI)
a new and finl-elas
13 H 23 "W ZE J3.
On Brosd Alb in between First f Street
and tho River,
Aud is prrj.ared tofurnUh '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
OX 8IIOKT XOTICE!
Ill Orders Dclivrrrd Wnrrtrrr Dfiirrd.
lie Warrants hU BEER
MADE OF THE BEST MATERIALS,
He is confident he can s-lve entire salir factioa to
Dee.23. 'A. r2n20tf
ALBANY BOOK STORE
E. A. FI1EELAND,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER
Albany - - - - Oregon
RESPECTFULLY IXF0RMS THE PUBLIC
that be baa removed front the old aland U
Where all are invited, assured that floods in his
Una are sold at the lowest cash prices.
. coxsTAXTLr os baxd:
STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
Juvenile Toy Gilt nsd Blank Books,
, COLO irxj, AXD
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Of every kind used in the State.
r- BOOKS IMPORTED TO ORDER, a
short notice. DcolulOly
BLACKSMITH I NG.
PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOWS!!!
THE UNDERSIGNED OIVES NOTICE TO
tbe general publio, that he is now nianufao-
GALESBURG PATENT PLOW I
and any othor style of plow that may be ordered. .
Also, partiouUr attention paid to
HORSESHOEING. WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKING.
And Coneral Jobbing'.
nORSE-SIIOElXO, $2,00 cash or $3,00 on time.
WAGONS, $U0 to $180.
All work entrusted to mo will receive prompt
attention, and bo cxecuti-d in tho best pcaxilile
manner, wilb good material. A share of public
patronag is solicitcd.e
Mv shop is on tho cornet of Second and Ella-
worth streets, opposite Pierce's Ferry, Albany,
Oregon. if. WUOU.
s. r. HUSBKIX,
Att'y at Law.
0. P. fEllllV,
RUS3ELL " FERRY, I
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
l AWD : f ;' ;
ar-JJ-gpeoidl attention given to the sale it Real
Estate, ileal Estate Litigation and the Collection
of Claims. Office, N. W . Corner First and Wash
ington Streets. . , . , i, . ,, .;
. Portlaiitl, Oregon. ' '
Feb. 52,1870. 5n2Stf.
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
Protracted from Hidden Cause,
AND WHOSE CASE3 REQUIRE -
To Sender Existence Desirable.
If you are suffering or have suffered, from in.
voluntary discharges, what effect docs it produce
upon your general health ? l)o you feel week,
debilitated, easily tired 1 Does a little extra ex
ertion produce palpitation of the heart? Does
your liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys fre
quently K'-'t out of order? Is your urine some
times thick, milky or Ducky or is it ropy n set
tling? C'r does a thick scum rise to tbe top? Or
is a sediment at tbe bottom after it has stood
awhile? Do you have spells of short breathing
or dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated?
Do you have spells of fainting, or rushes S blood
to tbe bead ? Is your memory impaired ? Is
your mind constantly dwe.liug on this subject?
Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of com
pany, of life ? De you wish to be left alone, to
get away from everybody? Docs auy little thing
make you start or jump? Is your sleep broken
or restless ? Is tbe lustre of your eye as brilliant?
Tbe bloom on your elieek as bright? Do you pur
sue your business with the same energy ? Do
you feci as mueb conSdcuce in yourself? Are
your spirits dull and Sagging, given to fits of
melancholy? If so do not lay it to your liver or
dyspepsia. llavo you rollers nights? Your
back weak, your knees weak, and bare but litt'e
appetite, and you attribute this tc dypcpsia, or
liver complaint ?
sc'f abuse, venereal diseases badly cured, and sex
ual cicelies, r all capable ol producing a weak
ness of tbe generative organs. Tbe organs of
generation, wben in perfect health,
MAKE THE MAN.
Did You Ever Think
that those Imld. dtfisnt. cnergrtic ferseTerinj
succ-fut Lorinrsi men. are always those whuse
ScnrratiTe organs arc in perfect health?
Yon aerer hear sack men complain of being
melancholy, of Bcrfcnruc, or palpitation of tbe
heart. They are nercr afraid they cannot suc
ceed in basinets , Ibcy don't become aad and dis
couraged ; tbey are always fxdite and pleasant in
tbe company of ladie, and look yon and tbet
rigbt ia tbe lace none of your dunnrast looks or
oi'ucr manuR!s about them. I do not mean tboe
who kr-p the organs ia Hated by raauing to ex
cess. These will not only
RUIN THEIR CONSTITUTIONS,
hat also those they do basiacsa vita or for.
How icany wen, from badly eurcd diseases,
front tbe cGecta of self-abate and execasca,
have brought about that slate of weakness ia
those organs that has reduced the general sys
lent so tunch as to indoce almost every other dis
spinal affections, f nicid-, and almost crcry other
furm of disease which humanity is heir to. aad
tbe real cause of tbe trouble scarcely ever sus
pco'ed, and have doctored for all but the right
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
is the great Diuretio, and ia a certain cure for
diseases of the ISladdcr, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Organio Weakness, Female Complaints, General
Debility, and all I) is caws of the Urinary Organs,
whether existing in lale-or Female, from what
ever cuuse originating, and no matter of how long
standing. ' '
If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption
or iusaalty may ensue. ' Our flesh and blood are
supported from these sources, and the health and
happiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon
prompt use of a reliable remedy.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Established upnard of Nineteen years,
IS PREPABED BY ,
H T. HELMBOLD, Druggist,
SOI Broadway, Net? York,
104 South Tenth St., Phila., fa.
' Prica $1.25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottle
for $5.50, ' delivered to any Address.
Sold by all Srvsrsristt everywhere.
NONE ARE GENUINE unless ttoieup
in steel engraved wrapper, with fae-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
II. T. UEI-MBOIiDs
FOR SPRING AND SU MM ft. TRADE.
' """AT . .
A. COWAN & COL
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DE ALEit
fTAVE PROVIDED THEMSELVES INAD-
ranee of tbe recent rise in Cotton fieede
with a ...
LARGE AND DEMIRABXE STO K
or ; ''': '
STAPLE DRY GOO DS:
WHICH CAN AND WILL BE 80LD i
AT MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICES
C'nsb or Merchmsttable . ProdtiM
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICE I,
We Have Largre Quant It leu
DLEA ;iIEl AXD BROWS C0TT0X8, I Ht
I'. COTTO ADE.,DEXIJI8, Kill KT
ISil AXDCIIECKH,I'U1A'T.DJB. . '
LAISE.S ALPACCAS. OIXU
II A MS, JEANS, VASai
51 EKKH.T HEEDS. or ;y i
tOBKIGJJ AS to ,
MAX V ."-'A '
VAC ' : ,,,,
; -T'v .,,VT
;' .! . ' . , ,1;
- AUio . ....
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF "-'V
FANCY mtESS Go6i5S!
Latest Styles of Youth's and Geatissavas
AND FURNISHING GOODS!
' ' tj.-r
BOOTS l.D SHOES OF ILL IIJDS IIB lU
Paper sfe Linen Blind ek Fixtmcra
We woold call especial at ten tie a to ear Slosh f
IRON AND STEEL, )1
HAE 3D -W-A. JR 3s
WE FEEL SAFE IX Siri.VC IT IS
The Large tUim tide oTVortl I
Coasistiap is part ef
FOBKK, HOES, RAKE.1-, SPADES," SCTT1IIS
MILL-SAW:, CBOstJ-CtT. TYLEK'S
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MECHANICS AND BLACKSMITHS TC6LI CCKPtfTE
Batcher Haws. Barn-Door IlaageTS, Rollera
and Track. Bope L'bato, lirup and I'.olv
ber Pack icg, Horse-Sbe N ails, Bolls,
XuU and Watbers. Thimble and t
t Wagon Buxing, Irua " "
Axles, Iron and
Blasting Powder and Fase. f .
WE AU PAYING IX CASH tbe li;cbeM 3Inr-
ket price for Baron, Lairta sad Vaol.
Call and learn ear pricca, aad theai sait yoaracif.
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Albany, May 1, ISfiSvIalif
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A. CAR0THERS & CO.,
DRUC6ISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
ASD DEALEBS IS
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, OIUS,
PATENT MEDICINES, t
Toilet Goods, Perftimeries, &c,
I'l'BE LIQUORS FOR THE SIK
GOODS FRESH AND WARRANTED STEICTLY PURE.
STORE KEPT OPEN' DAT AND SIGHT
PresoiptioM CompoundecL :
Front Street, Three Door's Below J. Ctmmer'r
fobH'70-v5n26tf. A. CAROTHEBS A CO.
MONUMENTS, OBELISKS, TOMBS.
Head and Foot Stones Executed a. Call
. fornia, Vermont and Itahaa,jir1
3X j- B L E S !
11.. Mantles. Grates, Fire Bricks, Washstands,
Bureau and Counter Tops furnished to -order.
State St., Bet. Commercial and Fronl.
SALEM, - . OREGON.
FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE!
: I WILL GIVE FOR' 1 '
KCJCi, 18 CTS, PJEB BOZ.,
. After this week, until farther notier. '
Feb. II, IS69-ffllfitf. R. CSX ABLE.