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.JUNE J3, 1ST1.
A lawsuit over Log in IKiacU cost
Tho oldest top in tM world mouc
tain tops. " j
New Jersey has got the capital remov
ing fcter. ;
Oliio is overrun with rats. Iutroduce
thjChineev ... . - . ' '
, yThe seasons not only alternate, but
Rolling stock Capital invested in
Drinking men l.ke drowning men
catch at straws.
A good way to find a lady out call
when she ieo't at home.
Caution to ball goers Never wind up
the evening with a reel.
When is a lot of corn like & corntr
lot? When it is ground.
TV u i . i . .
aiio uhuuu iinicu iiruuuccs lite must
marriages must be laci nation.
i'sw York complains of the preva
lence of titivate ianiblinr hnun
Bcecher is so good a hoi ticuliurist that
ho oaj even raise his own salary.
The mosquito as a public singer draw
well but never gives aatisfactiou.
Because Autumn gets mellow, the
example isu't to be imitated by men.
Miners are not always unhappy, al
though their hopes are always iu veiu.
A stitch in Time may save nioe--but
he never seetus to be cutircly sewn
Greely says -hay' before
a question, such L his love of
Ljdia Mason, of Kt., crimped her
hair with a too hot iron, and now goes
The moon furnishes the first on rec
ord of trust. She sUiues with borrowed
"II is forehead extended to the gable
end of E" ueck," meaus he was balc-
w .a . a. . a
1 oor pigs, tney are aoc'oreu me
wrong way round killed fust, add cured
Youug women should set good exatu
pies, for tit young men are always lol
When does the rain become too fa
miliar with a lady? When it begins to
patter on her back.
Innocence is like an umbrella wfcen
once we have, lost it we may never hupc
to see it back aain.
Mrs. Coliins, of Indiana, lately gave
birth to iwe pairs of children one pair
each oflpejs aod girls.
Mr. Woodman, of Ohio, has eloped
with Mrs. Barton. Appeal to Wood
man spare that tree are in order.
Mr. Swith, of Iowa, dissatisfied at his
new wife s catlings np, gave her a dollar
to "scoot." Cheaper than divorce.
A Cincinnati theatre was enlivened
the other evening by a fijjht on the stage
betwecu a dug and a cat, uutduwn in the
A Montgomery, Ala., young man of
weahh auri ianiiSy, drove a dray all one
week, on a let of $900 that he daren't
The chap who took the thread of life
to sew the rent of a house has gone and
inreoted a patent point for cross eyed
London ladies refuse to wear their
back hair low in the neck, say the f ash
less. Of course, they repudiate any
The Knoxville (Tenn ,) City Council
has passed an ordinance to prevent ladies
cf color lyiog around groggeries and
An Arkansas planter likes the Chi
nee as 'cotton pickers better than ne
groes. They work for $15 a month, and
live on rice and molasses.
A deseription of Elliot, th Coago
Congressman, from South Carolina, says
that a stack of black cats would produce
the effect of comparative lightness beside
A man iu Xew York had a black
smith arrested for teariog his car nearly
off in a scuffle. ' The blacksmith says
the ear lore accidentally; besides, it
net er was half put on.
The Philadelphia Press says if our
Coogresmen, after a sharp debate, do
not embrace their opponents, as French
Assemblymen do, they ask each other
to drink, which is just as affectionate.
- A wealthy Oshkosher educated a
young lady for the purpose of marrying
her. A young fellow has just eloped
eastward with her, and the elderly lover
V si lr x ! aa nat Kti ti ir S n rv tin Q U7 1 f Kv
Covington, ; Ky., had a case lately
where a discarded lover murdered the
girl who rejected his suit, whereupon
all the timid old maids met together and
unanimously resolved never to reject an
A Leavenworth editor, in quest of
special attractions for his paperSys:
"What we want for this column is per
sonalities as mean as possible. Expense
of law-suits to be defrayed by the wri
ter funeral expenses by us."
A stranger visited Ridgely, Mo., on a
recent Sunday, and after getting plump
full in a doggery, sallied forth and open
ed fire on the passers-by, killing a Mr.
Brown. They call him one of the most
social men, for a stranger, they ever
York paper: "Press on, young man,
ilinnsi van ri nnnr. - We know fl
t..VMp,U J " '
youth 'who, with only 'his two hands
aad a crow bar opened a jewelry store
nnd he is now living in a fine stone rcsi
'deuce in Sing Sing. - f-
There is some drollery still extant
imnntr iha railroad !OTirIiirtnrsT ttt
least there is a fat conductor on the
Philadelphia, "Wilmington and Bal
timore road who seems to cultivate
that quality. Quite recently an old
' gentleman got on the train at Ches
ter, bound south, without ft ticket.
The conductor came along with
commendable -alacrity and demanded
"What is the fare?" asked the gen-
v. ."Where are you proing?" said the
, jL'.To h 11 !" replied the old gentle-
rasn. . ... . ., ; ..
Then." answered, the conductor,
"give ine 4wenty-five cents, and get
off at Wum tncjiQn. . . -
' Forff cstoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
effectual f o r
hair. Jt soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, with' the
gtoss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its U30. Nothing can restore
the hair' where the follicles are do
stroyed, or the glands atrophied aud
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved, by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, - so that a new
growth of. hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it cloan and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from- turning gray er falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality jt gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it If wanted
merely for a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found bo desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical C'bemiata,
SMITH l.VVio, Fuktlaxd, Wbolnate
A sent. Tftu-Ujt
AVer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
rare of all derange
menu in the Mum
arh, liver, aul bow
el. They are a mild
aperient, ami an
Kcing- purely vege
table, they contain
no mercury or mine
ral whatever. Much
atariou ftlekueM ami
ufferinft is prevent
ed br their tiinelv
ne; and every family should have them on hand
for their protection and relief, when required.
Long experience haa proved Utem to be the Mf.
est, surest, and best of all Uie Fill with which
the market abounds. By their occasional una,
tho blood is parifleU, the corruptions of the sy
tern expelled, obstructions removed, and tho
whole marbinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs which become rlogped
and slufTTiidi are cleansed by Ayrr'm fill; and
stimulated into action. Thus Incipient disease
is changed Into health, the value of which change,
when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coaling
makes them pleasant to take, anil preserves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliables
Although searching, they are mild, and operate
without disturbance to tho constitution, or diet, or
Full directions are given on the wtaiiixi to
each box, how to nse them a a Family l'hysic,
and for the following complaint, which these
fill rapidly cure:
x or aysnpiis or aaaure-afira. I.lstl
Ms-Mor and asso mf A .wetlf v. Uier
hwuw ue uisen moueraiciy to stimulate lite siou
ach, and restore Its healthy tone and action.
For llf.r Camplisimc and its various svmtw
torn, Illllotsa llradtschr, kick Head.
achM, Jasusdlco orttrera Slcksrss, Mil.
lama Coltc and Illllaa KVwrs, Uiey ahould
be judieiouidy taken for etvb case, to correct Uie
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
For Dysratvry or IXtarrhora, but one
mQd doe is generally reiiiiired.
For Mfcrasnasriaa. Ciant, O ravel. Psb
Iritatira af a Ms-arc, laa la !
aide, Hack and Iataa, thev should be eontuv
noutly taken, as reuireil, to change Uie diseased
action of the system. With such change those
complaints disappear. '
For Iiropsy and Droptilral Awslara,
they should be taken in large and frequent doses
' to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
lor NanprrMlss, a large doe should be
taken, as it produces the desired effect by sym
pathy. As a Dlasn- Flit, take one or two nils to
promote digestion and relieve Uie stomach.
. .An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels, restores the appetite, and invigorates the
system. Hence it is often advantageous where
no serious derangement exists. One who feels
tolerably weU, often finds that a dose of these
fills makes lura feel decidedly better, from their
cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive
Zr. J. C. AYER CO., Practical Chtmtsti,
XOWELL, MASS., V. 8. A.
TOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVEKTWHEBE.
SMITH t DAVIS, Pubtlasd, Wb lea!e
GOOD NEWS TO ALL!
USTE-W GOODS !
DIRECT FROM SATS FRAXCISCO
BT EVERT STBAMER, FOR -
rV cheadLe Su CO.
- Persons wishing goods at a bargain are invited
to come along with their CASU or PRODUCE.
and make a good investment, at the Cash Store
uf K. Cbeadie Co. We give the following price
list of a few articles sold by iu, to-wit :
TEA Japan, 1 lb and t lb papers, 87 cents.
Japan, in large Chest, Extra, B lb., $1.00
COFFEE lb, 2223 cents.
SJJGAit Crashed, extra refined. S lbs for $1.00.
" Krown KeSowl, 7 to 10 Oit tut $1.00.
SALERATUS f lb, 12J eents.
SODA B, 12i ecnts.
CREAM OF TARTAR lh, 50 cents.
KitJS Best, '& Bi. 12 eents.
STARCH Best, 'jS lb, 1C eenU.
SARDINES quarter boxes, 2a eents.
OYSTERS Baltiinnre Fresh Cove, can. 37Jc.
TOMATOES California mnn., V can, 26 cents.
BLACKBERRIES can, 60 eents.
CANDLE 8 tb. 22&i25cc-nts.
COAL OIL berore's, p gallon, 75 cents.
LINSEED OIL Raw. 't3 (?al on, $1.25.
" " Koiled, la gallon, f 1 .29.
BROOMS Best, No. 1, 61' 4 t-ts; No. 2, 50 ets.
Aod all other Coodi Sold Cheap.
W keep constantly oo band a good assortment of
FOR SALE CHEAP.
CASH PAID FOR EGGS!
And we will take all that mny be offered, at the
CASU STORE OF K. CHEADLE & CO.
MONUMENTS, OBELISKS, TOMBS,
HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
' EXECCTED JS-
Cfllifornla, Vermont and Italian Marble !
SALEM, OREGON. r
ALSO. BRANCH SHOP AT ALBANTT.
Carding & Spinning
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO IN
form the public that ha baa permanently
located iu Eugene City, with his new set of
Carding and Spinning machinery, wnere ne is
prepared to manufacture any kind of woolen
yarn, from the coarsest blanket to tbe finest
flannel, at tbe loUowing rate, to-wit: twenty
fire cents 125 cts.1 per pound.
Thoee wanting A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
XAaa would do well to g.ve me a can.
. . C. GOODCliILD,
.. . Proprietor Eugene City-Yarn Mills.
. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, .
Constituted by tbe homes of the people
Reaolvam tha Groat Award of tb
' HIGHEST" SALES I
And have loft all rivals far behind them, fortbey
SOLD I IV
One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Thousand,
Eight Hundred and Thirty-Three Machines!
being more thai fort thoutaxj in adrsnotr of
their tales of the previous year, aad over irv-
ftir tkimtamd Mors (Aon (As sas of uoy olhmr
Vumpaxtf ror lniu, as shown by the - tallowing
figures irou swuhn returns uf His sales of Li
Tbb SINUKR MANUFACTDRISa COMPANY
sold over ths Florenao Sew
ing Jlaihine LV, . . . 110,173 Machines.
Sold over the V ileox A 0 ibbs
8ewing Marhine Co., . 08,043 do.
Sold over tbe Wued Sewing
Maeblue Co..' .... 92,831 do.
Sold over tbe 1 rover A 11a-
ker Sewing Machine Co., 70,4.11 do.
Sold over tbe Hows Maublua
Co., . 2.677 do.
Sold over tbe Wheeler
Wilson Manufaot'ing Co., 44,623 de.
all ef which is tnaiuly owing to tho popularity
ofwbst is known as the "New Family Sowing-
Machine," whk-h Is now rust Sliding i
way into every well regulated household. For
Circulars giving lull particulars of Machines,
their Folding Cases of many varieties of wood
and finish, their Attachments fur numerous
kinds or work, which, till rooentty, it was though!
that delicate fingers aloue emild peiferui, as wrll
as particulars about all articles used by their
Machines, such as Twist, Linen Thread. piol
Cotton, Oil, As., ie., apply to any of their Au
thorised Agents, or to
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
4 6S llroadwax), uVcw Yurk.
Mtfr-Sn Francisco Ollice, UV Montgomery
COABLE3 A. DAXA. Editor.
Zht goto WttMg im.
A Kewananer at tb Preeeat Ttsssa .
IaleadiKl for FmsIo New Earth.
Iaelading Fsraiers, Merhantes. Mercnant, Pro
fessional Men. Workers, Tatakers. and all Maa
ser of Boasst Folks, and the Wives, Boas, aad
Saoghtars of all sons.
KIT ONE DOLLAK A TEAH t
ONE niTNDaCD COFIES FOtt ESO.
Or less taaa One Cant a Copy. Let taera be a
S30 Cloa at svsry rest Offlos.
SKJII-WEEKLT BC, f 3 A TEAB,
or ts same else ana general easrseter as
TBK Wiuir, bat with a arssms vartsry ef
auaeeliaaeons readme, aad famMuag the aewa
tottssaoserlbeiswtu sisstiii rissliiiiM. tisosasa
It oomss twice a weak Iastaa4 ot oace only.
TITS DAILY BCN, SO A YEAS.
. A prefmmenttr readable newspaper, wita tn
bressi eireoiaUon la tae worut. rrse. toils.
neadent. aed fearless In poiiues. Ai tae asws
from evrrvwhere. Two eania a eopy t by
AO caou s luooiu. or SO s 7ssr.
TERMS TO CLUBS. '
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY mVJt.
Five copies, one year, separately address . a,
Tsa eoptet, ewe reer. seMrsteiy addressed (aod
aa exixaeopr totaegeuer a ofeioo).
Twenty eoptes. owe yeer. pinWr editrsssaa
(sa aa extra Copy to u suar ap ef eiob).
Fifty eorl-s. one year, to eee aadrass aad ina
sMrai-weakJy one year A teeter ap efetab).
Fifty ropies. me year, separately eedressaa (aad
ue bsml-Weekly eaejsvtoeeuar aporetnri).
Cne fesndred eofdes. eoe year, to one sil li
snd Uis Itsily tor one year to tbe (soar ap of
eiao. FUly Dollars.
One bo-ulred eopu-s. ene Tar. sparawly ao
4rewNl i sad tneXiauy lor eoe year to in tmUmt
petelab). blxty Deliaxa.
THE HKX I.WIEK LY BC!f.
Frre copies, one year, separately s44resed,
Tea Cortes, one yesy. ssnarately snrisul (aaa
aa exit a copy to Itusr upofrlnb).
BESD YODB. MOXEY
taPost rmr rders.eheeks. or dralta enKev
yera. wherever eonveeiOTL IX not. taea rscUtsr
. tae letters cosuieiac aooy. Address
L W. EltGLaKD, Psbttober.
aaa oflas Mew York dty.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
J. M. BEACH,
Is now opening a select stock of General Mer
chandise, eoniistinj of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
GROC-EUIEM t 1IABDWABE X I
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE i
PAINTS AND OILS!
ic Ac, Ac, Ac,
Wbicb be is offering to the public at prices cor
responding with tbe tunes. All kinds of
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS 1
Come One ! Come All I And examine floods and
.Prices, at tbe old stand formerly occupied
by D. Beach A Son, opposite Foster's
Brick, South Side of First street.
FOR THE HARVEST OF 1871.
LATEST IMl'R'VED MOWERS!
And All Kinds of
CONSTANTLY ON HAND 1
CELEBRATED BAIN WAGON
BLAIN, YOUNO A CO.,
v6n37tf. Albany, Oregon.
TALLY & HOUCK,
AVE ESTABLISHED AN EXTENSIVE
Brewery business in
ALBANY AND CORVALLIS,
Mr. Houck keeping tbe old stand of Tally 'in
Albany and Mr. Tally superintending tbe Es
tablishment at Corvaliis. Beer furnished to
SALOONS AND PRIVATE FAMILIES
te order, and
WAEBABTED to be tee vest BEST !
April 14, 1871 von35tf.
HIGHEST CASH. PRICE,
PAID FOB '
WOOL, v BACON AND LARD!!
n37ui3 - BLAIN,' YOCXQ' A CO,
;r.AD V E R T 1 5 K M K N TS
11HI8 SALVK FUBobftSKS VIIITL'ES TRU
. LY WONDERFUL, botug a compound oi
CURATIVE AND HEALING AGENTS!
kveu uimcuvi:ui:i i
It noeds but to be tried to prove its superiority
, , over all other agents lor tbe cure of
CUTS, SCALDS, BURNS, SCALDHEAD,
Cutaneous Eruptions of all Kinds !
Try II once, ind you will evernft'ir Use It.
Principal Manufactory at Corviillis, lluutua coun
ty. OmKon, where it Is sold at
Wholesale and Hetail.
The Trsde supplied on Hvasonable Terms. For
sale by Druggists throughout Oregon.
Retail Fries, SO Cants par Hex.
Address all communications to
W. W. OOZ.ESD7,
C-rvallis, liuntuu Co., Orrgou.
We the undersigned, eltltens of Corvaliis and
vlelnity, having known Dr. W. W. Ox by for a
number of years, and believing him to lie an hon
orable and worthy etlixen, would recommend to
the publie the Doctor's Vrtgun llnlm of UiUnd
.Wre, as possessing IranaccnUant healing- tjuali
IMt. T. J. RIGHT.
Y. S. MATTHEWS,
M. II. 1IKI.I..
II. FIN LEY,
3. 8. KKNOAM.,
W. II. JOHNSON,
o. ii. now a ltn,
T. II. I'OWKICS,
It. 8. 8TKAIIAN,
W. J. KOIIKHTSOX.
E. A LLK.S", Druggist.
SAM'!, L. 8IMP80N,
N. Y. BHUilSX,
A. N. I.OCKK.
J. II. t'I'TON,
I.. L. IIORN'IXO,
J. 8. PALMKR.
JAMK8 D. FOt'XTATJf,
UKO. W. JOIINKON.
E. WOODWARD, Drg'st
WHEAT AND FLAX-SEED DEPOT !
Cleaning and ElfTitin? Capacity- 10,000
Eaxhcli per Day !
150.000 Bnshels Wheat Wanted is Store!
50,000 Narks fr those who wish to sell or
store with as.
Ffsi-Seed Coatraetnrs of I'it.nrer Oil Co. will call
oa US for sarks.
TiaSIyl. E. CARTWRIOIIT.
CHAM. KIi:FKIt, Iror.
IU? SCBSCniBER UAS JUST ERECTED
sew aad first-ela
BRE "W E JEl-Zr
On Broad Alb in batween rirst Straat
and taa Siver,
And Is prepared to furobh
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
ON SHORT NOTICE I
111 Orders Delivered Wherever Desired
He Warrants his BEER
MADE OF THE BEST MATERIALS,
lie Is confident be eaa g-iva entire satisfaction to
. , all.
Dee. 20, '08, v2n20tf
NEW STORE! NEW STORE !
M. PEARSON'S OLD STAND,
Corner First and Broadalhin Streets.
Having purchased tbe stock of M. Pearsoa, and
added thereto a well selected assortment of
GROCERIES AND NOTIONS!
we bope by attention to business and by fair deal
ing to merit tbe patronage of our friends and the
public in general.
Oar goods were bought for CASH and will be
SOLO AT THE LOWEST PRICES I
GIVE US A TRIAL!
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED.
O. W. TOUNO,
Cor. First and Broadalbin St..
jan20'71n23yl Albany, Og'a.
$20,00 A DAY .
TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS!
To Introduce the celebrated $35 Buckeye
Shuttle Sewing Machine. Stitch alike
on both sides , and is the only licensed Shuttle
Machine in tbe United States for less than $40.
That uses tbe celebrated "WILSON FEED," and
are acknowledged all to be tbe
BEST FAMILY MACHINE
for heavy and light sewing, in the market,
Outftt free. ;x
Address MINER 8t PEARSON, ,
n23tf General Acents, Albany, Oregon.
i DEALERS IN'
GE N E 11 A Ii ME 11 Oil A N D1SE !
' STORE IN FOSTER'S. BRICK. FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY 0. MANSFIELD & CO.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS. BOOTS & SHOES,
QUE ENSWAR.E, GLASSWARE, &c
IN FACT EVEKVTUINa tiioattr kkpt tn A KETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH THEY
OfTer Very Low, Either for Cash "or Produce.
vSntoyl ' I. C. HARPER CO.
READ, ACT WISELY,
Tfc. O, Hill Ac Hon,
rilHB OI.TKST DIICO HOUSE IN LINN
1. COUNTY, afler thanking their numerous
friends and nnlrnns for past ftvnrs. desire to
morit a oonlinnsn-e of jiatronage by kevning
ciiuUnlly on band a full supply of
Drug, Patent Medicine., Pcrfaracry, Oilx,
Faintx, Dye-Stuffx, Druxhm, Tfuxwi, ete.
Agents fur Dr. I). Jsynrs A Pons' line of ined.
loinus, tbe eelcbrakd Unk Wcad Remedy
or Olefin Itbuuinatio Cure. Ac, As.
Constantly n band, a good supply of I'ositlve
and Negative I'uerUers.
THtr-l'lirsiclaus' Proscriptions carefully Com
pounded. We are also stents for the HOME HIM'TTI.E
8KM1.NU MAt'HINK one ef the best J-'smily
Machines iu use. Call and see ns and sstlary
yourselves. K. C. HILL A HQS.
ill r E. Van Vactor,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS !
UASJl'ST IlECEIVED AN E LEO A NT
invuire of (Jonds, to which she invili-s tbe
atio.itinn of the Ladies of Lebanon and vicinity.
Produce will be taken in eclisni;o lor
goo.is. E. VAN VACTOR.
May 12, 171 Jm.
CITY DRUG STORE.
a ca norn rns.
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
FOSTER'S BLOCK. FIRST ST.. ALBANY. OREGON.
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, OILS,
Frearb and Amerlraa Colognes,
Pure Wioei and Liqnort for Scdicinal r.
FINE T0BACC0SANO CIGARS.
Family Eecipei and Physician's- Trescip
Pec30 70 n?0. A. CAItOTIlERS CO.
CHAIRS AND TURNING!
ALL SIZES OF
RAW-HIDE BOTTOMED CHAIRS!
of tbe best quality, well-finiibed, can lie bail at
Also, all kinds of TfltXIXO done to or.ler.
Timber for Hubs on band and Szed for turolo(
rMetler's Cbalrs are kept on band by E
B. Mooaa A Co., Ilarrisbnrs;.
fo2iiu2Syl. J. M. METZLER.
Is lb order of tbe day, and Uie
Pbotograpb Is superior to anything yet out.
CrCAZX AND SES.-9X
J. A. WINTER,
Jan. 13, 187I-n22tf Albany, Oregon.
a. r. RiissKi.t,,
Att'y at Law.
e. r. rKKKr,
EUSSELL, FEEEY & W00DWAED,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
a-8pecial attention given to tbe sale of Real
Estate. Heat Estate Litigation and the Collection
of Claims. Offioe, N. W. Corner First and
Feb. 22, 1870. v5n28tf.
FARM FOR SALE.
mniS FARM WELL KNOWN AS WARD'S
J BUTTE, situated eleven miles south of Al
bany, in Lina county. Is offered for snle on the
best of terms. It bss six springs of good water
and plenty of stock water in too creek wbieb
traverses one side of it. The firewood opon tbe
farm is almost inexhaustible, andlts advantages
as a stock farm are superior to any other in Ore
gon. For particulars address the undersigned,
at Dalles City, Wasco oaunty, Oregon.
DollnlStf. T. M. WARD,
MRS. S. A. JOHNS,
MILLINER & DRESSMAKER
FIRST STREET, ALBANY, OREGON.
Bridal and Mourning Bonnets and Ilats
MADE TO ORDER.
DRESS-MAKING DONE IN THE LATEST STYLES !
'Also the only Albany agent for the "Singer
Sewing1 Machine." Ttie ladies are requested
to call and examine the "Singer," which is the
only complete machine in use. Eatisfnetion
guaranteed or money refunded. ap8 71tr
J. D. TITUS,
REPAIRING CF - OLOCKS, WATCHES,
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
. . S ALL -WORK! WARRANTED.
SAN FRANCISCO STORE!
COR. FIRST AND FERRY STS,. ALBANY.
Keeps constantly on bstd a full assortment of
STOVES, PUMPS AND TINWARE!
I also have for sale tbe celebrated
Cook Stove, and other b sdine styles
Also msnufuetiire all kludsof Xin, Copper and
BeeT-area ware, to good style, at low rstes,
FOR CMNII OR I'KODUt K!
Always oo band a full supply of
The I'ureat WJnett and Liquor!
For Medicinal Purposes only.
A well selected stack of
GE00EEIES AND 0E00KEET
will always be found at oy establishmeot.
I will sell all goods in tny boose, for Cssb or
Produce on delivery, cheaper than tbe enespest
aATAil kinds of Tinware repaired on short oo
tire, and satisfaction gusraatmid.
jaflvOuZlyl JL'LIL't oRADWOHL.
BLAIN & YOUNG,
ALBANY, .... OREGON,
Would call the attention of Buyers to tbeir
WELL SELECTED STOCK
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS 1
SOOTS Si SHOES (Our Specialty.)
I As Or LATEST ST YisKS
SOLD AT MODERATE PRICES
AfiEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
FLO .U:CKKa-VI.C. HAC'IIISE I
TJte list t Use.
BLAIN & TOUNO.
Dee. 31. 160 vinZOif.
FURNITURE ANO CABINET WARE I
(Comer of First and Broadalbin streets,
at old stand of C. ilea ey A Co.)
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
assortment of everything in bis line that
uatie requires or aa enterprising publie demands.
Of All Kinds and Descriptions!
II EDS AXD DEDDIXG, &C.
Particular attention will be paid to orders for
Aad alt other orders in my line will be promptly
Saii'faetion Guaranteed and Work Warranted t
Albany, July 6, 1869 r4n47tf.
ALBANY . FOUNDRY !
7 MANUFACTURER OF
GRIST AND SAWr-MILLS,
REAPERS AND THKESITERS,
PUMPS, Ac., 4c, Ac, Ac. Ac
Machinery of all kinds
REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE!
Dona in All Its Various Forms ! !
IBON AND BEASS CASTINGS
Or All Kinds, Hade to Order 1
THE OLD STOVE DEPOT!
J O II IV BRI GO S
COOK, PARLOR AND BOX STOVES I
Of tha Beat Patterns,
TIN. SHEET-IRON AND COPPER-WARE t
And the usual assortment of furnishing goods
found in a Tin Store.
Eeoairg "Neatly,- and Promptly Executed!
. On Reasonable Terms.
" Short Reckonings Make Long Friends!"
, PRONT-ST., ALBANY, , r
Next Door to P. C. Ilarper A Co's Store.
Scc.5v4ul6tf JOHN URIGSS. "
r. h. Mcdonald & CO.,
San Francisco Cal.j
Call the attention ofDeaters to their Isrre sssuitnitnt
of - Kewljr Arrived " Goods, composed in part of the
following srtlclss. together with every thln kept In a
well supplied WUObaALK
IV U 8TOKK.
TtT.OTW's Paar saATtowa,
Patsst Mr.f taint,
Tsussas at KcppoaTaas,
Kkskkti At, Oils,
PssstrM asf km.
yhlch weofTwr at the lowest Cash Frlces, aad era
determined not to be undersold.
MoDOSALD CO., 8a ir TaAKeisoo, Ca&.
OH It DRUtt llVHtXI'.HH located In Son
t'rvneiseo. Cat. A ftr our best wishes, and express
ing our thsnks for lbs liberal patronage we have
received for more than twen'y one years, during
which period we have been steadily engaged in the
Drug business in California, we beg to say in con
sequence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker's Cat
ifornia Vinegar Hitters, now spread over tbe Uni
ted States aod countries tnr beyond, we are neces
sitated to devote onr entire time to said business.
We are the Oldest Drag firm on the Pacific coast
and tbe only one continuous under tbe same pro
prietors since 1810, and have determined to eel
our large, prosperous, and well establisbed busi
ness on favorable terms.
This is a rare opportunity fr men with tbe
means of catering into a profitable business with
advantages never bcfirre offered.
For particulars enquire of
r, ii. Mcdonald co
R. H. McDosam, ) Wholesale Druggists,
J. O. Krmccs. ) 8a Franciseo. Cat.
N. B. Until asalo is made we shall continue our
Importations nd keep a large stork of fresh goods
constantly oa band, and sell at prices to defy eora
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Tr. WAXKEE'3 CALIFORNIA
Hundred j cf Thonsaods
Dear tstlraonr to th'-lr Wonder. sr
ful Curative Effects. S 2
VifKAT ARE THEY? gf
Off TTIFrr AHE KOT A VILE 5 3
"SI FANCY DRINK III
Ma-leof rear Rass, V. ht-Lcr, Prf Kptrtle
sa4ufsn l.lqavra doctoral. sjlee4 and swtct
tntdto please Vj taste, called" Tonics, ""Appelix
ers." " Hesiorers." AC, tUat leail Uie t ppler oa to
Crenkeaacss ao4 rata, bat are a true slc&cine.mado
from the Satire Hoots sod Hcrt of Csllforn, free
frant nil AU-ofcvlle Ktlmaloma. TUejuc the
J UP. AT Itl.OOD If KIFICit aad A LIFE
filVINd I'UINCIPI.E a ptrrct laevator asd
Jorljortlor of Hio byAcra. esrryinf off aSl poisonous
msttsr aad rcstorlns te blood to a nlUi eosditkm.
Ko person tin ta'f I iicee Enters acconUng to !!ree
Hon and nr.M'.a long nawilL
1 OO il be e'.rcn tor aa Incurable ease. provldeJ
tbe to ocs are not destroyed fcr mineral pois in cr
ether means, aad Uie TUat orsau srasted beyond tbe
jkjIdI of repair.
Far loOammntorr and Ckronl Rbeamsv
lr nod Jom. fyep?psat or f odisrcwlioa,
Iiilioas, Itrmlnrtit ni d iuinrmltieal Fefcrs.
Jllmum eft fee Hlood, l.iver. Kidney, and
niadtler. tUcse itinera l ave been most socerss
fa!. roli UiM-ancs are euued by Vlilnicd
IIloo. trU.eb lt'iocrilly produced by deraojeeoieat
ef tiie HI'rMlrcUriranv
iirrrcPiiA i.NDiCESTfax. ne-
achr. r-ala ia lbs fitioalJerf , Coash, TiEuttiess of tha
Chest. D.ixlocti. oar EnetsUoos of tlie Etosjach,
Ea3 Urti ii t'JS Koclh. Ii.Iious Attaets. raipitatloa
or fie Heart. laSsmrc&Uoa of the Laacs.Paia la the
rrstocs cf tha illdorys andahnadrtd ot'jcr paiaiol
symrtmns, are the oSsprincs of Dyspepsia.
TU- y InYigorels tbe Stosacb aaa st.mulsta the tor
pid tlrer aad bowels, wUk& render them of aaeqnallcd
edeaeyla c'.csas;ex the blocd of ail Imparities, and
ltn parti rz ne Ufe aad :iror to tho Wm'.s system.
FOB KIN DIEACS.Eropons,Tc:tcr. Ealt
rtbenm. Blotches, Spots, fbnples, Postales, Bolls, Czi
bonelcs. fUsf -Worms. Ecald-IIcad, Pore Eyes. Erytip.
clas.ltch. Scurfs, Dlscolorttloas of tho Etta. Bomors
aad Diseases of tooSkln.of whatever naste orsaturs.
are Uterslly dn; np sol carrtad out of the system tn a
short time by tho uss of these Bitters. One bottle la
such esses will cocTlnes ths most lacrtdolous of their
Cleanse the TlUatsd Biuuu wbeeerer yon tad !
impurities burstlns: tbrougb the sUa in Pimples. Erup
tions or Sores clcsnse It vara you find It obstracte-l
and slogcisb la the reins; cleanse it when It is foul,
aad your feeline will t?ll you when. Eeep the blood
pore and the health ef t ie system wi!) follow.
riX. TAPE and oioer WO RMS, lartmclnthe
system of so many thousands, are effaetnally destror
ed aad removed. For fall directions, tad eirrfol'.y
the circular aroond each bottle, printed iafonrka.
sroases English, German, F reach and Spaslsh.
3. WAi-EEIt, Proprietor. B. H. XcSOSAXD CO,
Drucsists and Geo. Amenta. Eaa Franciseo. CaU
sad S3 and Si Commt.ts Street, Xew Vort.
trSOZJl BT ALL DttCTGGlSTS ASD DEALERS.
W. H. KUHN & CO.,
Springs, Axles, Thimble Satins, etc.
Also, a well selected stock of
Spokes, Hub, Bent Rims, Sluijts,
Poles, Hickory Axles, dv.
FARMERS' and MECHANICS'
ANVILS. VICES. BELLOWS. HAMMERS. HATCHETS.
Sledges, Saws, Planes,
CROSS-CUT AXD MILL SAWS I
Together with a large'Assortment of
E0 Store in Montuith's Fro-Proof brick, next
door to islam xoung s.
W. H. KUI1N A CO.
Albany, Jan. 13, 1871 n22yl.
STIT2EL & UPTON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
BRANCH OFFICE-AIbany, Oregon
3. C. MENDENHAXA, Afent.
An office where general information concerning
the resources of Oregon ean be ootaiMed free of
Loans pegotiable on first mortgage, real estate
and collateral security.
Have for sale a large aranunt of property loca
ted in the towns of Albany, Brownsville and Cor
Also, flO.000 acres of farminp lands of every
description in Linn, Benton and Folk counties.
Persons desiring to sell their property incur no
expense in placing it in our hands for sale unless
a sale is made. Call at our office in Parrish's
brick, where we have a team in readiness to con
vey parties to view our lends.
J. C. MENDENHALL, Agent.
v5n32jl. Albany, Oregon.
, FOR ;
MALES AND FEMALES.
YEAR DIVIDED INTO TtTREE SESSIONS.
Tuition (per Session of 31 months,) frura
fti to $15, according to studies.
MALE BOARDING HOUSE, by Prof. J. Em
ery. Board, including room, fuel and lights, $o0
per session (14 weeks).- Washing, $j per session.
Tkrus : One-half in advanoe and the other
half at the close of . the session.
sel0v0u5tf W. A. TIXLEV, A. M.,
m kmm A til
3 2 T-Km ll
as wzrfyMff ill
. f 2 a-
ADV EKT1 CEMENTS
This Remedy is eoiaporea ef the attire prinrL.
pie of tbe Unk Weed, EngThsspium Cerda
tum Origaoiss, LsL iodigeoons to Oregon
Grows most abundantly and prrfeetly in Wash
It contains an active volatile principle extract
ed by Ether, and a Litter Tmie prieeiple.
MEDIC A I PROPERTIES AND USES.
It is the most SI RE AND SPEEDY CCRE
for Jlkemmatiem. Hhettmatie Oemt aad JHemmatle
Puis of all kinds that has ever been introduced!
into the Materia 31 edit a.
Tbe Unk Weed Bemcdy as prepared by as, in
consequence of tbe existing bitter principle, pos
sesses the necessaiy rirtue of being a
. POWERFUL TONIC,
Promoting the Appetite sod invigorating tba
whole Digestive Apparataa, thus building
up and strengthening tbe system, while at the
same time tbe volatile principle, being absorbed
in tbe Moud, acts s.-ecifi:a!ly on tbe Kheanatie
Poison, removing it from tbe circulation and
There are a few remedies known to tbe Medi
cal profession, wbicb will remove the Rheumatic
poison fr in the blood, but whose action is se
powerful in drestng the system of tba already
enfeebled Ebeumatie patient, that tbeir nse has te
be abandoned before specific effects are obtaina
ble benee tbe want of saeeess in treating this
prevalent, and in con sequence heretofore (incur
able) disease. Unlike tbese Medieines, already
known, tbe " Unk Weed Remedy " though pro
ducing as poicerfnl and as active effects on tbe
blood and system ic romovins tbe Ebeumatie
poisu J, also possesses a strong Tvmic and recuper
ating element, wbicb admits of its comtimntd nee
even in tbe most Jrlieatc and delilitatcei. Thus
we bare tbe combination for the firmt time ef
tbese fro necemmerrg rlcmcnle in tbe erne remedy.
which accounts f-r iu superior and never failing
curative effects in
And BBEUSSATIC FA1 NS f aUKind a
We are aware ef tbe fact that it is generally
an easy matter to procure certificates attestiug
tbo efficacy uf patent "ren.edies from a certain
elass of those who nse tbem. We have selected
tbe following because tbe noises attached to them
are those of men ef tbe most careful mndscrupm
lous character, and breanse tbe large class ef
their acquaintances in Oregon will But. fur a
moment, a-rcase or suspect tbem of any exag
geration in the statements they may make:
-. Certificate from A. S. Shipley, Esq., special
contributor to the l!'i7as.ft Farmer, and Sec
retary of tbe Oregon Horticultural Society :
Osa aco. Oa., March 25, 171:
Da. A. M. Lobtba :
Some fuar weeks ago I was entirely prostrated
with Rheumatism; in fact 1 was almost helpless.
I sent to you fur one 10 -ounce bottle ef "t'nk
Weed Remedy ," by the use of which I experienced,
almost immediate relief ; and by tbe time the
bottle wls gone the Rheumatism was gone.
From my own experience, and from wba4 I have
heard others say who have used tbe I'nk Weed,
I believe it t- be a certain care for Rbrnma
lism. Yours, respectfully, A. R. S lilPLEV.
Certificate from tbe Hoc A. J. Dufur, ex
Presidcnt of the Oregon Slate Agricultural So
ciety, and author of "Statistics of Oregon:"
East Portlasd, April 1, 1871.
Da. A. M. LonrcA A Co. :
I wns afflicted with a severe attack ef CHRON
IC RHEUM AT1SM ; was confined to my bed
most ef the time fn m January to July, when I
used the I'nk Weed, and it cured me np.
-A. J. DVFCR.
Certificate from Hon. tiideon TTbbetts, mem
ber of the City Council of East Portland :
East Portlasd, April 7, 1871
Db. A. M. Labvka Co.:
Genre: This is to inform you that I have
need your -Unk Weed Remedy" for Neuralgia
and Rheumatic pains, and found relief frwm tbe
n.e ef only our bottle, and ean recommend it to
those in need ef such a remedy. Yours.
Certificate from Ur. James By bee, tha cele
brated stock grower and "King ef tha Oregon
Eirni't Ist-Axn, January 14, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Lobtba A Co. :
This is to acknowledge the efficacy of your
"Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rhcumatio
Cure." I was affiicted for months with a very
eeriuue attack of InJIamtmatiity Jtheumatitm, and
tried nearly all of the so-called Rhenmatie rem
edies without any perceivable relief. - I then
tried your Itemed, and its use resulted in the
most happy effects a perfect cure.
Truly yours, JAMES BY BEE.
Certificate from Hon. E. L. jQuimb v, ex-County
Commissioner of Multnomah eonnty, Oregon :
East Fobtlasd, April 1, 1S71.
Da. A. M. Lortca A Co.:
I have used the "I nk WeeTT-Remedy," and
satisfied it is a valuable medicine. It regulates
and iNrtyorafee tbe system.' This is my experi
ence with the remedy. Truly yours,
E. Im QCIMBY.
Certificate from Hon. N. H. Lane, Pilot Com
missioner of Oregon, and a member of tbe City
Council of East Portland :
East Portiahd, April 19, 1871.
Da. A. M. LoRTr.A A Co. :
I have been afflicted for several years with
"weakness in tbe back," and wandering Rheu
matic pains, aeoompanied hjgfcere eauetipation.
By the use ef one bottle of your I'nk Weed
Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure. I have
been entirely relieved, and cheerfully recom
mend it as a most valuable and efficient remoij.
NAT. H. LANE.
rot ip in 10 Oz. Bottles at $1,50 per Bottle.
' PREPARED AT THE
Dr. A. HI. LORYEA & Co.,
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON.
0s&For sale by all Drnggists.tE
Feb. 18, 171 -vCo26yI.