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FEBRUARY 16, 1872.
AGENTS FOR THE STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
J. M. Morgan.
.V. J. Robertson.
J. J. Walton, Jr.
Harrlsburg Sam. May & II. R. Holt
Jefferson Hanley Waterman.
Jacksonville -J. R. Neil.
Iebanon.. W. 8. Klkins.
I,a Grande- E. S. jVcComaa.
Portland W. H. West & Co.
Peoria. -Jacob Thompson.
Pendleton -J. H. Turner.
Roseburg- T. B. Kent.
tio Dan. Gaby & Geo. Christie.
Salem B. F. Brown.
The Dalles A. W. Ferguson.
Walla Walla - N. T. Caton.
"Yakima, W. T..... li P. Boyles.
'HAEEISBTJSG DEMOCSATIO CLUB.
IIarrisbcrq, Or., Feb. 7, 1S72.
The meeting of the "Harrisburg
Democratic Club," on Saturday night
last, was largely attended, considering
the inclemency of the weather, having
rained all day, and about six o'clock
set in snowing, nevertheless the Acad
my was well filled with those who
were desirous of hearing Mr. Helm,
who had been invited to address the
club on that occasion.
After the usual transaction of busi
ness by the club, Mr. Helm was intro
duced, and in his usual forcible style of
delivery, his plain, concise and logical
manner of argument, his earnest, hon
est mode of expression, entertained the
audience for one hour and a half, now
and then being interrupted by hearty
rounds of applause from the audience.
He showed up the corruption of the
party in power with so much clearness
that Ma wayfaring man, though a fool,"
could not fail to see the foulness of
Orant's plan of civil service, and ex
ported Democrats to be vigilant and
active (not "passive") in their efforts
t hurl Radicals from power, and thus
furnish an opportunity of purifying
the administration of public aflairs
and of restoring that confidence which
the American people formerly had in
their ability to honestly and economi
cally govern themselves.
The dangerous tendency of monopo
lies was held up so plainly that every
Democrat and Republican present was
ready to say "on to the front" in the
war between the honest, laboring class
and monopolies. He showed the dan
gerous precedent, set by the Radicals,
of granting millions upon millions of
acres of the public domain to those
heartless monopolies who are constant
ly drawing the life-blood from the toil
ing millions, who are now no more nor
Jess than slaves to a horde of petty
railroad kings and aristocrats. The
-attention of the audience was called to
another act df folly on the part of the
administration that of giving a liber
el construction to the charters under
which the subsidized monopolies of the
country amassed immense fortunes in
a few. years, often, too, without invest
ing a dollar of their private means, as
though they were a class of citizens
who needed and deserved the fostering
eare of -the government. He was in
favorof raiiroads and all other enter
prises calcalated to develop the hidden
resources of the country, and would
not object to the government extend
ing a limited ail to those who engage
in such enterprises, but while the far
mer and the miner, the pioneers of the
country, go out unaided and unprotect
ed to develop the material resources of
the country, the speculator and money
adventurer should be made to rely up
on his own resources for his success.
This position 'Republicans cannot gain
say. These arguments Republicans
will not attempt to refute.
The assumption -of power, (on the
part of the federal government) which
was never delegated to teem, was then
dilated on by the speaker, who showed
one of its natural results which will
exemplify itself at our next election.
Our State provides that all votes shall
be given viva voce, but a late law of
Congress provides .that -all Congress
men shall be elected by hallot, thus
bringing about a direct conflict between
State and Federal law. Now shall we
have two sets of polls for each precinct
in the State, or shall we violate State
or federal law, and if so which shall we
violate ? But space forbids me follow
ing the speaker any further. The
speech was well-timed and had a good
effect among Republicans, of whom
several were present.
The next meeting of the club will be
held Saturday, Feb 17, at 1 o'clock p.
31., when speakers from a distance will
be present. T. J. Stites, R. S.
BEOiraSTILLE DEMOCRATIC! CLUB.
Brownsville, Feb. 3d, 1872.
Pursuant to notice the Democracy
of Brownsville Precinct met in Browns
ville Saturday, Feb. 3d, for the purpose
. of organizing a Democratic Club. On
motion, James Blakely was chosen
temporary Chairman, and A. W. Stan
ard, Secretary. Remarks were then
made by Hon. W. C. Baird upon the
importance of a thorough organization.
On motion the meeting proceeded to
elect permanent officers. Capt. Jas,
'Blakely was chosen .President, Hon,
,W. C. Baird, Vice President, A. W.
iStanard, Recording Secretary, O. P.
Coshow, Corresponding Secretary, T. S,
On motion the chair appointed a
tcommitteedrf three to draft constitu
tion and. by-laws. Also a committee
-of threeiOn resolutions, to report at-the
On motion the Corresponding Secre
.tary was instructed to invite Hon.
E. Helm to address theclub at our
next meeting, Saturday, Feb. 17th, at
.one o'clock !?. M.
, Squire Thompson being present, by
linvitation came forward and addressed
the club in a very able and Interesting
On motion the Secretary was instruc
ted to furnish the State Rights
DE3tocRAT(with.a copy of these pro
ceedings for publication. -
On motion the club adjourned to
jmeet oa Saturday, Feb. 17th. .
, Al W. STANARD, BeereHry.
We are told that Hon. N. H. Crinor
had a good audiance at Scio last Satur
day, and that his remaks were warmly
THE "WOMAN MOVEMENT AT HAE
Harmbburo, Feb. 7, 1872.
Well, friend Democrat, we have
had it up here it's all over now! But
la! how it will linger on the scroll of
social events. I escaped providen
tially; but they tell nie it was rich of
Its kind. Mrs. Duniway certnlnly
Doneltaway here last night the De
mocracy I mean. I guess Its hide went
aloft I speak for it to make furs of.
Mrs. D' political tirade here reminds
me of a woodpecker pounding on a
hard limb, and then looking up at you
with the conceited query, "isn't that
loud for a little bird ?" and we answer
yes, old lady, that's a monstrous noise
for a bird of your plumage ! Mrs. D.
seowjs at the idea of color or skin be
ing allowed to partition society, schools
or households. In as far as the ration
al question of woman suffrage received
the random touches of the speaker, I
fear it got a disparagl ng scald.
The speaker's wild fury U politics
denotes either a want of good informa
tion and reflection, or else a fceUle
judgment upon the redeeming attttuJe
of the Democracy. Jer party-bearing
here, If I mistake not, was that of a
self-conceited virago, who had espoused
.the apostate heresy of old John Brown,
who, history shows, was used by the
Abolition uarty as the front-piece In
beginuing our recent war.
The speaker alluded to the silly con
jecture "that Holladay had the pegple
of Oregon bottled up and was preiutr
ing the cork;" but she complacently
flattered us with the revelation that
she possessed the screw for that mam
moth cork, and that she would see, un
der the contingency of our liberal pat
ronage, that we all should have air and
diet. (Hats up with a cheer, boys.)
In candor, we say that Mrs. Duniway
is not without her well earned merit.
She could be successful, and of great
benefit to society, but to do this I think
she must limit herself to the prudent
female sphere. Whenever any woman
dons the ranting masculine dema
gogue, her pleading graces the ele
ments of her power vanish.
I am proud to see female editors, lec
turers, etc. They have competent tal
ents and a right In nature to all the
higher professions. But they, being at
least half human, will, like their
brothers, commit some blunders. I
have already written much in favor of
woman's rights. But this subject must
be temperately examined from philo
sophic premises, or else Its advocates
wilt hinder and confuse rather than
promote beneficial inquiry. In ail
charity I hope that Mrs. D. only made
some mistakes on last evening, which
she may not repeat and the effects of
which she may redeem. Eye.
Hail! Mrs. Duuiway stayed and
lectured us on the evening of the fctli
upon Woman's Rights. Her address, in
its better parts, cast a new ray of glory
on her crescent lame. Lnharipily, 1
thought it was imprudently blotted in
places by enlarged and vivid alfusions
where politer hints would have been
sufficient and yet spared her audience.
SYRACUSE DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
In pursuance of a notice In the Dem
ocrat of Feb. 2nd, the Democrats of
Syracuse Precinct met at Allphln
school house at 1 o'clock for the pur
pose of organizing a Democratic Club,
and also to listen loan address by Hon.
Geo. R. Helm who hail been invited
by previous arrangement.
Notwithstanding a terrible rain pre
vailed all day the Democracy were out
in full force, fully alive to the impor
tance of a thorough organization. At
1 o'clock the house was called to order,
W. P. Farlow in the chair and A. P.
Miller as Secretary, whereupon Mr.
Helm was invited to the stand and
proceeded to address the meeting in a
sound, logical and "hard-shell" style
of Democracy characteristic of the
The conclusion of Mr. Helm's speech
was greeted with enthusiastic applause,
and the meeting proceeded to complete
its temporary organization.
Messrs J. T. Crooks, E. M. Miller
and P. V. ibrris were appointed by
the chair as a committee to frame a
Constitution and by-laws and draft
resolutions for a permanent organiza
tion at our next meeting. Messrs. J.
1eeker and Abraham Farlow were ap
pointed committee to procure a speaker.
On motion, a vote of thanks was ex
tended to Mr. Helm for the favor of his
address, and it was also ordered that a
copy of these proceedings be sent to
the State Rights Democ rat for pub
lication. The enrollment of names being nejt
in order, quite a numberof names were
enrolled as members of the Club. On
motion the Club adjourned to-meet
again Saturday, Feb. 24, at 1 o'clock.
A. P. MILLER, Secretary. .
The following named persons were
appointed by the Court Supervisors of
County Roads for their respective Dis
tricts for the ensuing year:
K.'.MES 0. BIST.
O. W. Young.. . 1
E. L. Kooz 2
David Smith ....... 8
Wm. Galtra 6
L. M. Wheeler 0
F. M. Daniel 7
AMES 0. DIST,
David Corry 30
Jerry Miy ....... .......31
J. W. Grimes ......... 32
VV. W. Ricbardson...3a
Tbotna Munker 30
D. L. Curl..,, ..37
E. Hancr. .......
J. B. Cornell.,,
B. Henderson .,
Je-see Meaee.. ........ 39
James Jenks.i., 40
C. Montgomery .....12
Win. Circle ,.U
G. W. Powell ..la
Wm. Alpbin- t6
Walter Houston .17
Jobn McCartney 19
R. F. Yantiss 20
J. A. Robinett. 21
Thus. Morgan........ 22
Joseph Lame. ......... 23
L. irubb... ..24
J. P. Beetor..., 25
Miltn Roder 26
ObaiJes Levis ,.... .27
RobL Cochran iit.....42
Jamei Daniels......... 43
J. l. Price. .. ,.i.e
Levy Douglas., 45
A. J. Loooiia... ...... ..47
Peter Clover.4i ..H....48
A. J. Wilaon-......... 50
F. M. mith.. ........ 51
Ed. Bryant... 53
John Conaway .........56
S. Ft Jones....,........57
Lea Morri........ ...... 58
Cal. Graves ...59
AT Bkownsville. Hon. Geo. R.
iZelm has been invited to address the
Brownsville ' Democracy . to-morrow
ri7thj, but owinfc-to a previous appoint
tuent at Lebanon tlr that date he has
been forced to decline the invitation.
He, however, has promised to speak at
Brownsville next Saturday, " the 24th,
at which time "we trust a ful audience
will greet him. . - ; , t
At IiEBAKoK. Hon. N. H. Canor
has accepted an invitation to speak be
fore the Lebanon Democratic Club cn
Saturday, March 2d. We bespeak tot
him a full audience.
. Wm. Davidson, Esq., Real Estate!
Dealer of Portland, will accept our
thanks for many valuable favors and j
gentlemanly courtesies while we were
in that city last week. This gentle
man Is doing an extensive and profita
ble business In his lino and is also
doing very much to advance the, inter
ests of Oregon and induce valuable and
useful accessions to our population.
Any one living abroad who desires In
formation In regard to the resources,
advantages and productions of the north
Pacific Coast, or the value of labor and
Inducements for capital here, will al
ways find Mr. D. a usoful, comprehen
sive and ready correspondent. May
his sphere of usefulness continue to In
crease until the entire country may
fully realize tho benefits derived from
New Grocery. Mr. John JSchmeer
has opened a fine stock of groceries
and fancy notions In his neat and ele
gant new building at the corner of
First and Ellsworth streets, and flings
his banner to the breeze through our
columns this week. He has spared no
pains or expanse to fit up an attractive
and superb establishment, and we hope
to see him liberally patronized by our
citizens. Johnny's motto', "live and
let live," is correctly illustrated by hi
patronage of the printer, and henhould
bo warmly encouraged. The neat and
enticing manner in which his goods
are displayed will pay a visit to hi
store, lloml the advertisement.
New Furniture Store. We di
rect the attention of our readers to the
new advertisement of K. D. li'hltlow
& Co., who have opened their furniture
store on First street, three doors below
the Bank. This I a haud.some estab
lishment, containing all style of mod
em furniture, manufactured to suit the
varied tastes of all classes of jH-ople.
A rich walnut bed -room set which may
be seen here would ndorn the chamber
of a palace, and other specimen of
furniture are superb and elegant. The
good here displayed need to be Inspec
ted to be prom-rly appreciated. Don't
forget to call early.
Harrlsburg lm 6 dry good stores,
saloons, '1 drug stores, 2 hotels, 2 llvrry
stables, 2 cabinet shop, 3 black smith
shop (employing 8 hand) 2 bHt and
shoe shops, 2 waou fcliojiH, 1 grocery
store, 1 tin shop, 2 millinery shop, 1
lawyer's ofilce, 1 butcher shop, 1 Jew
elry shop, 1 photographic gallery, !
barber shop, 3 doctors, 1 dentist, 1 Ma
sonic Ixnlire, 1 Odd Fellow's IMlge. 1
line larg School, 1 fine church build
las. 1 turning-lathe short, and a hot
of other things too liumcrori to men
Ox Truc ks. Bro. Thompson of the
Mercury and the "undersigned" vli
ted the skating rink at Portland laxt
week' and T'a graceful attitude on
wheels cost the proprietor thereof a V
pair of truck. Our brother quflllst
went there to make hi mark ano
lcftiton the floof JJe wU,
the skating rink man witli mutual ex
pressions of regret on (the part of both)
that he had ever gone there, and he
now has corns all over him. He now
believes that roller skating I a ttcrn
Burglarious. Last Wednesday
evening an unknown thier entered the
new brewery of Tally fc Ilouck, and
Lreakinz into a trunk beluntrinz to
Air. BelSenger, abstracted two racer-
chaurn pipes, a revolver and a pair of
blankets, leaving other articles strewn
promiscuously about the room. Ef
forts are being made to ferret out the
The 22 d. On
the immortal annl
versary or the
"who never told a lie" and was very
handy with his hatchet, the Albany
Dancing Club will give their first
toiree, at larrih's Hall. Tickets. $2.
We are indebted to the artistic Secre
tary, Dr. Thrall, for a "complimen
tary." This is expected to be tte af
fair of the season.
R. Ciieaple & Co. have an ad. In
to-day's paper, announcing lots of
goods at lowest prices. The best of
bargains can always be procured at
their establishment. A list of prices
will be found in the advertisement.
They offer from 28 to 30 cents per dor.
for eggs. Remember this and squeeze
your hens while the price is up.
A Change. Willie Rice has taken
charge of the telegraph and ticket of
fice at the depot and Gus. Wheeler,
Esq., is now manager of the lightning
at inilie's old quarters in this city.
They are both accommodating and
agreeable gentlemen and of course will
give eminent satisfaction in their new
spheres. Success to them.
From the Upper Country. A let
ter from the Paloure country, dated
Jan. 25; says the snow Is all gone and
stock is flourishing. 'From all accounts
the winter In the Upper Country has
not been at ail so severe as many, fear
ed, and the loss of stock has been com
Tonsorial. ail Backensto has
again "opened shop" in Albany, and
his new establishment may be found
next door to Crouse's saloon. ; 7e has
an elegantly fitted up suite of rooms
and "lathers and shaves" with grace
and softness. Read his card elsewhere.
At the Club. Hon. J. W. ' Nes
mith has been invited to address the
Albany Democratic Club to-morrow
evening. Senator Nesmith has a na
tionai lame as a speech-maker, and a
rare treat may be expected by our citi
zens on tms occasion.
Unk Weed. See the special notice
or wis famous remedy, and govern
yourself according to the inpresslon
which that must make upon the mind
of every person slmilary afteeted.
Furs. Go to Blain Young & Co's.
for furs of every clime and every qual
ity. They also offer to pay the highest
price for all kinds of furs peculiar to
inis latituue. see ad.
RELiGious.-Rev. Mr. LoVell, of the
M, E, Church. South, preaches regu
larly in the Court House in this city
on the second and fourth Sabbaths in
each month.. r ::!.
For the very.hest Photographs, go to
Bradley & Rulofson's Gallery without
STAIRS JEST" ASCEND IN THE EL
EVATOR, 429 Montgomery Street,
San Francisco. -
HOME AND ABROAD.
Grouse are hooting.
Candidates are tooting.
Harrlsburg is to have a school exhi
.arrlsburg Democratic Club num
bers bO members.
The mercury in Portland at last ac
count stood at furo.
Josh Billings says: "In kaso ov
dowt, ledo trumps."
Thanks to Sherilf Irvine for a list of
the new Road Supervisors.
Jerre. Drlggs bus gone to Victoria to
arrange for moving his family thete.
Tickets for the "swe-cyo" for sale by
the gentlemanly Secretary, Dr. Thrall.
Wo are having our beautiful lebru
ary weuther in a porcine quadruped'
The new steamer Alice was at our
wharf lust Tuesduy. Shu is u neat craft
aud said to ho a fast one.
Tom. Mulkey, the handsome fellow
of the Corvalift Democrat, called in
our absence last week.
We received a commtinltlon from
"Chronicle," Sclo, which we regret
came too late for publication.
The Register buys 11 Miner & Co.
are getting mi of their Buckeye Ma
chines astouishlugly fust.' Let 'urrcdl
Chas. Joore, of Salem, while walk-
iug a plank, fell and shattered his leg
so badly that ampututiou was found
Elder R. C. 7111, of this city, last
Sublmtli baptUcd three your;g ladies at
the Spring Valley lUiptlwt Church,
U'c make our bestest salnam to the
Albany Dancing Club for the honor of
an honorary membership. O, Fame!
when wilt thou let up on u?
Mrs. A. J. Duniway last Tuesday
and Wednesday evening's lectured
to crowded hoUHes at HurrUburL' It's
the same old piece. No convert.
Our gorgeous friend Andrew Hill, of
Portland, smiled in uton us duriugthe
week. He can't get along without the
Democrat, and that's what's the mat
ter with lots on 'em.
I he C ouncil last Tuesday night ac
cepted the resignation of His Honor,
Mayor Cnitior, ami re-elected him im
mediately by a uuunimous vote. This
is a denerved compliment.
The Mi-rcvry, und.-r the mechanical
management of Messrs. Thomrmon &
Alexander and controlled editorially
by Syl. C Simpson, Is a paper of which
any country might be proud.
Charley Jealey has the best corjwi of
mechanic In the State, and as a con
Hcqucnco turns out the most superior
work. 7is furniture, home or custom
made, Is always to be relied on. Go
and his full stock'of furniture.
We were absent - from the Albany
Democratic Club lat Saturday night,
but learn that, roruddcring the extreme
ly inclement weather there was a g.iod
attendance of ladies ami gentlemen
and that Mr. -Helm's speech was well
As the AdvontiMs have resolved in
(invention at Rochester, N. Y., that
the world Is to be destroyed next year,
everyone must see the iieccmtlty of se
curing' a white mark from the record'
Ing angvl by settling with the printer
D'ye sec It?
Is it stated that the reason the rep
resentation In the Radical Ktato Con
vent Ion wan made so large is to permit
the Radical of Linn county to all have
a seat there, as there are i just about
enough of them in this county to till
Last Wednesday was Ht Valentine's
day and all day long sweet-scented
envelopes were going through our post
office containing little turtle-doves
with olive branches In their mouths
and little Cupids with bow-arrows in
their hands and their breeches off.
A Sclo correspondent Inform us that
Mrs. Carrie F. Young lectured In that
city last week, on temperance and
health, creating a decidedly favorable
impression. She had been told that
she would have a eood time In The
Forks if she would go over there, and
now she knows how it la herself.
CLOVEU. At her reoidene. at Pine, P. 0..
Linn county, on the 7tli int.. Lcnvn. eonvort
of Hon. Paul Clover, aged 65 yean and IS dj.
Deeeued waa born on January 20(h, A. D.,
180S, in Grenap eonnty, Ky.; emigrated to IK
linoit in 1821, waa married in 18.11, and enrfra
teJ to Linn eonnty, Oregon, in 1852srliere fbe
resided until tbe day of ber death. She waa an
honored and respected woniaa and the mother
of numerous children. Tier bereaved husband
and family have tbe sympathy of a large oirclo
WETTERER. In Jacksonville, February 1,
1872, FacorKica Mattelm, daughter of
Joseph aud Frederica Welttcr, aged 8 months
and 2 days.
AGENTS WANTED !
THE LOST CITY ;
AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS.
A HISTORY OP THE GREAT CHICAGO
Fire. Truthful and accurate. A vivid
and detailed account of tbe moat terrible calam
ity that bas ever befallen tbe eivitixed world.
Startling incidents. . "Hair breadth 'scapes."
Tbe fearful ravages of tbe Fire Fiend. Tbe
reign of Terror. Profusely and beautifully il
lustrated, includiug views of tbe city before and
sinoe the fire, still sublimely grand in its ruins.
Orders will be filled and received. Tbe fastest
telling hook ever sold by agents. Bend $1 for
Canvassing outfit and secure an Agency imme
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LATE OF SANFRANCISCO, HAS 13TAB
LISIIED msEi.r in PORTLAND,
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it reel, 3 doors from Ladd aud Tilton'a Dank,
Where he may be consulted daily, and will treat
diseases of tun above named organi as hii spe
cialities. , .
All operation on the Eye and Ear made1 in
tbe most scientific and careful manner. . AriiA.
dial Eye; having all the beauty and mobilitj of
tne natural 3 e, inserted.
Refers for hit professional standing t L. C.
Lane, M.D., Prof, of Surgery, and Edwin Bent
ley, M.D., Prof, of Anatomy in tbe University
of tbe Pacific ; and for hi success In treating
patients to over 1,600 casea, names given, treat
ed by him in San Franoiseo ; also to Levi Estes,
Esq., Portland, Wm. H. Dillon, Esq., Vancou
ver, John Alexander, Esq., Gouneville, W. T.,
and many others in Oregon and W. Tor'y. -
WHEAT AND FLAX-SEED DEPOT!
Clcaoin; and Elrraliof Capacitr 16,000
buhucu per my;
150,000 Buiheli Wlet Wanted in Store!
50,000 Mek for those who wish to tell er
tore with us.
Flax-Seed Contractors of pioneer Oil Co. will
call on as fur sacks.
vioSlyl. K. CAKTWBIOnT.
FOR THE HARVEST OF 1872.
PITT'S THRESHERS !
HAINES. HEADERS t
LATEST IJIPIt'VED MOWERS!
And Alt Kinds of
CONSTANTLY OX HANOI
CELEBRATED BAIZff WAOOlff
BLAIN, TOUNO CO..
vflnSTtf. Albany, Oregon.'
In JuMtice't Court or the Precinct of
llarrviburff, Voioity of .irjn and
, Mate of Oregon.
Alexander L. Walker, Plainlif, vs. Kobert
Civil action to recover personal property.
To Kobert McVfuigg, tbe above-aasaed de
In the nam of the State of Oregon, yea an
hereby required to appear before toe ndeTflgn
ed, a Junliee of tbe Peace, for the IFreeiwet
aforesaid, on the 2nd day of March, 187Z, at
1 o'clock in the afternoon of (aid day, at the
office of raid Justice, in said preeinet, to a an
swer the above-named Plaintiff in a eivil action.
The Derndant will tske notice that if be fail
to answer the complaint herein, tbe Plaintiff
will take judgment against him for tbe recovery
of tbe possession of one two-bom wagon and
one set of double barnes, or for the value there
of, and for damage for tbe detention of tbe
same. Publication ordered by m January 13,
Oiven nnder my band this IStb day of Jan.,
18'2. I. H. MANSFIELD.
. N. TakdV, Justiee of the Peace.
Atfy frr Pl'ff. n23w.
THE CAUVASS FOB 1873
IS NOWOPENED I
Is StlU OiTiag- SpacUl Attention to tho
Sale of Real Eetate, Renting; City
Property, Collecting; Rents, and
Demands of all Kinds, Exam
Iningr Records, Making;
Deeds, &c.( Ve.
Now i the time to register your Real Estate
in my office, if you wish to sell during the coal
ing season. Over $80,000 worth of Beat Es
tate advertised through my office bas changed
bands witbin few month past. It pay to
advertise if you wish to sell, and there is no
better mode of advertising your Heal Estate
tban through my offioe, where there Is a large
amount of property offered and where all persons
wishing to purohane call to see what thre i fur
IPS' The note end eocount due A. Cowan
k Co. ere in my bands, not to keep Int to eotteet.
Person interested will govern themselves ac
cordingly. I also have the books of Dfiggs & Carter at
my offioe, where our friends are cordially invi
ted to call and settle up old Sconunt and leave
orders for work. . ELI CARTER.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO In
form the public that bo will hereafter regt
niarly run Gray' Ferry on tbe road leadlnz
from Jefferson to Scio and respectfully Invite
tbe patronage of the traveling public Tbe fer
ry boat will be kept in good repair and nnder
in eare or an experteooea ana eareiul terry
man. A. GRAY, Prop'r.
JAS GRACE, Agent. rn21ml.
0TSTERS AND SARDINES, NUTS AND
Canities, and other knick knacks by
EELER at SHEBD.
S- I CHADWIOK,
HAlf AC.KB rOR ORIOOIf, 1AXXK
GILL A STEEL, Ageat at Ptrtlaad, Oregon
SILAS ii DAY, Ageat at Jacksonville, Oregon
BOARD or ltEFEEtfiffCES.
' The Manager for Oregon refers, by permis
sion to tn following gentlemen :
His Excellency) In I Grvr, GoY, of Oregon
lu i letschner, State Treasurer. .
8yl. C. Simpson, State Islbrariaai
JS. M. Walt, moo Priatafi
J. F. Milleh
R. P. EarhaH, Proprietor Chemeketa Hons.
Geo. A. Steel, Coentj Tree., Multaemab Co,
Rev. L. Rowland.
A. Rush, ef Ladd k Basil, Beaker.
C. O. Carl, Clerk ef the Sapreea Coart.
Dr. Fiske, M. D.
Rev. P. S. Knight , ..
Rev. W. R. Stewart. . "
o. f. tow nnssiar & C04
MANAGERS FOR. THI PACIFIC CQASX
. , JOSMontfmeyPitt IfMoiKe.
AD V Eli 1' iSEiM EN TS,
An Infallible ilood riy-nrrrest.poMMO.
log ran toxic and xeavtM properties
a certain ear for iksjssatioss, sow.
al(iauu, and all kindred Disease.
It completely leatort the system when lm
paired by discs, revive the action of tbe
SKiOMK VS mm KXITA(. OStCAMS. null.
ally eun aceioriTLA, u bbeix.
and all tavnivs mm cvtmcou Die.
ease, give Imnvktlete and penuanent relict
la atvsrKMA, KstTsirBLAs. Tumors,
Bolls, Scald Bead, Cleer and Bona; enull-
from tbe ayatem all trace of Msreorial
It la rvsia!i.v TECETaau:, being made
from an herb found indigenous in Caiiswate.
It 1 therefore peculiarly suitable for una by
females and Children, a a auwa ni
Ilia mmm BEXOVATOa.
For Sale by all Oruggists.
CDIRCTOtl, KOtTCTTCR A CO.
29 and 931 Market Street.
ALBANY BOOK STORE
E. A. FREELAND,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Albany - - - - Oregon
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE Pl'B
Ite that be I. now occup iog a ataod in
Where all are invited, asrored that Goods in bi
line are told at tbe lowest eh prices.
coVArt.r o sano:
ST1XD1RD AD 9ISCLLl.E0rS EOOIS.
Javenile. Toy Girt mid Blank Books,
COLD rcS, A5ID
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Of erery kind ued in tbe State.
p.-9 BOOKS IMPORTED TO ORDER, a
abort netice. eelnlSlv "
TALLY & HOUCK,
AVE ESTABLISHED AN EXTENSIVE
Brewery biuine in
ALDAICT AXD CORTALLI,
Mr. Bonck kerping the old stand of Tally in
Albaay and Mr. Tally euperinteoding tbe Es
tablishment at Corvallis. Beer furnished to
SALOONS AND PRIYATE FAMILIES
to order, and
WAEEASTEDD TO BETH VERY BEST !
TALLY A IIOUCK.
April 14. 1871 vn35tf.
MRS, M. A. BRIDGEFARMER,
DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING I
BLEACHING AND PRESSING IN LATEST STYLES
9fTSobp on south side Main st, two door
cast of Mealey's hop. Alaht, OaceoH.
IROM AND AFTER DATE UNTIL FUR
ther notice, the Company wiil dispatch a
boat from Albany t Ccrvalli on TUESDAY
and FRIDAY of each week.
Also will dispatch a boat from Albany for
Portland and intermediate places on aame day,
leaving Comstock A Co' wharf.
Fare at reduced ra toe. J. D. BILES,
Dee. IB, IS71. Agent.
ALBANY BATH HOUSE!
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
fully inform tne eitixena of Albany and vi
cinity that he ha taken charge of thi Establish
tnent, and, by keeping elcan room t-nd paying
strict attention to business, expect to suit all
too who may favor him w.tb their patronage,
Having heretofore carried on nothing bnt j
First-Class Hair Dressing Saloons,
he expect to drive entire satisfaction to all
aftChildien and Ladies' Hair neatly cut
ane saampooeo. JUSt.ru WEBBER,
JYa CAROTHERS 4, CO'S "PILE PTT.T.S
AND OINTMENT" have now become one of
tbe standard preparation of the day; is pre
pared and reeommeriid for Pile oag (whether
chronic or recent. Sufferers may depend upon
it, that thi rendy will give them permanent
reuei irom tma troublesome and damaging com
plaint. Sent pot,pa;d to any address (within the Uni
ted States.) upon Teeeipt of price, $1.50.
A. CAROTHERS k CO.,
a40.yl Albany, Lion Co., Oregon.
ECOGNIZED EVERYWHERE AS A
FIRST CLASS FARM WAGON.
No other Wagon Baa a Home reputation eqat
to "Bain" make, and it i the only wagon that
be been teeted and known to stand this climate.
In a word it is made ef tbe (est matenjals and is
the best finished wagon that eome to thi mar
ket."' We have differ t styles of Hound and Beach,
Pateat de. (se called) included - -
BLAIN, TOUNO k CO.
tSo!$ Agent at Albany.
..-sty 8 kjii--
A V K il J i f. L ,i k, j s.
THE im7 POOD.'
For a f CT7 cczia you can bry
of your Grocer cr Errggist a
packago f S22A HCS3 PAEINE
mado fron pnro Irish Hess or
Carrageen, which rrill rzzkv
sixteen cjuarta cf Ilanc Ilange,
and a liko qzantil y cf Prddi2g3
Custards, Crcans, Charlotto
Euesc, &c. It in the cheapest,
healthiest and rioct delicious
food in the world. It nahe3 a
splendid Dessert, and hz3 no
equal as a light and delieata
food for Invalids and Children.
A Glorious Change ! !
THE GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
Tlti wonderful vegetable re
eforatire is tbe sheet-anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it lias no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for the nervous weakness to
which women are enpeciall y sub
ject, it is superseding every other
stimulant. In all climates, tropi
cal, temperate, or frigid, it acts
as a specific in every species of
disorder which undermines tho
bodily strength and breaks down
tbe animal spirits. For sale by
PRIYATE MEDICAL AID-
QUICK CI EES AND MODERATE CHARGES.1
IB. W. K. IrOIIEttVTY'S
PPJVATE KEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE I
f2No. 519 Sacramento Street, ctrutr
s-tr f Lciaesdrff Ctrett, (a few iiwu
below What Cheer libtue.
Private Entrance on
Eitablieked erprtmly to afford tie eJH''cUd tommd
and ecitntijie meditut aid in tke WtUmtnt
amd cmrm of all Frieale and C'krw
ic Uitatm, uki of 'cr.
cy aud all Scxwai
TO THE AFF LUTE
Ti R. W. K. DOHEKTY KETLiiX- MIS SITS.
j cere tbaaka to bis nuuieruua p-.ii.Bi foe .
tncir patronage, and would Uke lh' f nuuiry
. i u liu uh ud cuuwud., 9 u .1 ai iua
Institate for the cure of ct.rutic dueane of tsa
Lungs. Liver, Kidneys, Diestit e and Gen: to-Urinary
Organs, and aii private diseaxr. via. Byph
tiis in all it forms and stage. Seminal Weakueas.
aod all tbe horrid e-nMqucites of jcii-aLu.-e lion
orrbaa. Gleet, htrieuire. No-turn-il arI
emUsif-ns, Sexaal Debility. Diseases of the Eack
ad Loin, Inflammation of tbe Ulad icr acd Kid
neys, etc., etc.. aod he hopes that bis lusg ezperi
enee and succesefui practice will continue to insure
htm a share of public patronage, iiy the practico
of many years in Europe and the liutel .SiaUu,
he i enabled to apply the most efficient and ne
eessful remedies against dieae5 of ail tiod.. He
nses no mercury, charts moderate, treats bis pa
tients in a correct and honorable wa , and bas
references of unquestionable veracity from men
of known respectability and high standing in soci
ety. All parties consulting bim by letter r other
wire, will receive tbe bet and gentiei; treatment,
and implicit tecrecy.
When a female i in trouble, or aSicted with
disease, as weak net of tbe back and limbs, pain
in the head' dimness of sight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, ner
vousness, extreme urinary difficulties, derange
ment of digestive functions, general debility, va
ginitis, all diseases ot tbe womb, hysteria, sterili
ty, and all other dUeaee peealiar to females; ibe
should go or writ at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. Doherty, at bi Medical Institute
and consult bim about her troubles and disease.
The Doctor is effecting more cures than any other
physician in the State of California. Let no fal.-e
delicacy prevent yon, but apply immediately and
save yourself from painful sufferings and prema
ture death. Ail Married Ladles wboee delicate
health or other circumstance prevent an increase)
in their families, should write or call at Dr. W. K.
Doherty 3IedicaI Institute, and tbev will receiva
every possible relief and help. The Doctor's offi
ce are ao arranged that he can be consulted with
out fear of observation.
Patient nwidinv in inv rmr nf ,k. C V A
0 i - " w . u u .
yer distant, who may desire the opinion and ad
vice oi xr. uonenj in weir respective cases, and
who think proper to submit a written statement of
such, im nreference to holding a Mribmal int.;
are respectfully assured that their communications
11 L I .1 1 . . 1
win oe ueiu uiwii aacrc. : .
If the case be fully and candidly described, per
sonal flommiiniraiian win r. linn . c . n
struetions for diet, regimen, and the general treat
ment or the ease (including the remedies), will be
fiirwarflpil withnnt dflav. . n rl in n-k -
" " -J bhwu m nOTiH
to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or
parcel so transmitted. Consultation by letter or
otherwise, pres. Permanent eare eruarantced er
uv iisw ii n. vvua ai 1, m. 1IM
ft .1 . 1 . ' p TiAn rnmiT . . .
gan Francisco, Califsrnia.
D. DOBKFTT has just published an imnnrtsnt
pamphlet embodying his own views and ex perienee
in reirtion to impotence or V irility, beina; a short
treatise on Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness
Nervous and Physical Debility en!eqnent on thi
Section, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs.
Thi little work contain information of the ut
most value to all. whether married or single, and
will be aent FREE by mail en receipt of etx coots
in postage stamp for return postage.
Address,. W. K. DOHEKTT. M. D..
T3n38tf San Francisco, Cal.
CIIAS. K1EFEK, Pro'r.
THE SUBSCRTEER HAS JUST ERECTED
a new and first-class
23 -XCEi E
On Broad Albln between "Pirat Street
and the River, ?
; And is prepared to furnish
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
' --AND ,- ' .
OX SHORT NOTICE t
All Order Delivered VWhertver lesired.
Ha Warrants his. BEER
. : . - .... ,- . ,. - :.,:VV;A'.) - " - '
MADE OF THE BEST MATEfUALSy,
Ha n confident be can give entire satisfaction to
.ell. ' -