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jsATUKDajc, JULY i.3, 15:70.
Subscribers finding an 3C after their name will understand that their subscription expires wi.li thai uuintxr, and th;y are invited to renew their subscriptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance; mix months, $2 ; three month. $1. LOCAL, AFFAIRS Sunday School Picnic. On Friday, Knox Butte and Central Sunday Schools, with visitors and friends, assembled at Knox Butte, where a very pleasant and agreeaBle time was had. The day was waavery pleasant, and everything con spired to make the event one of special interest. Rev. J. Jc. Powell delivered the oration, which qaa well chosen and well received. IUv. Mr. Ash by, of Leb. anoo, delivered a very neat and appro priate speech. Mr. Stout, also, made a brief speech to the children. Mr. Jas. M. Powell read an essay, which gave ev idence of a well trained mind. "Vocal cbus'ic was ODe of the principal features of the occasion, aud was indulged in to an nnlimited extent. It was really the most pleasant and enjoyable picnic of the sea son, and will long remain a beautiful picture in the minds of those who were in attendance. r.iT m. i r 11...1.1. . rr day, left at this office specimens of a sub stance that somewhat resembles coai, but has more the appearance, to us, of charred petrified wood. With some little trouble this article, whatever it may be, can be made to born, emitting a strong sulphur ous smell. There secras to be quantities of the substance where the specimens left with us were found, and although no-reg-ularly defiued ledges ware discovered, it is thought that prospecting may result ia the discovery of valuable coal beds in the vicinity. The distance from this city to the locality where said substance can be found, is short, -and if coal beds exist there, the discoverer of them will have a mine of wealth, whose value is incalcu lable. - Fbobably Kstbays During the week, Messrs J. IJ. Huberts, Philip Moore and David Miller returned to their homes in th.i-4 rnilntv f mm !i L-inr Tmntin or tour out southeast. In the big canyon whore the Yreka at 1 Conyoo City trail crosses the Crooked Kivtr and the Stein mad, the gentlemen abve named discov ered six fine, large mules and two horses, from the collar marks evidently team an inuais, that had strayed from some camp. The animals kept in their neinhborhood fruiu the 4th to the Sth inst. The ani mals are thus described : 'Three gray, '. two bar and one" brown mule : one bav 1 and one sorrel horse, the last nieutioned wearing a bell. Some of the. animals were branded f-T Y," and the others on the left shoulder. They were fine ani mals, worth 51,200 or SI, 500. The mules were rough-shod, and looked as though they had not been worked for a month. Who has lost a team? f " New Tailouiso Establishment. Messrs. L. Struck meier & Co. have es tablished themselves in the tailoring bxx-i- ness, on First street, in the "building formerly occupied by a millinery store, ' where they ill be happy to receive orders for 'lie manufacture of all kinds of eii tlemeu's wearing apparel. They will make neat fitting garmeuts at low figures. Call and examine their go-ds, and pi ices for making suits. See their eard elsewhere. To tub Mountains. Mr. Geo. F. Settleiuier, druggist, and lady, took up their line of n.aich for the Soda Spriog country on Wednesday. - Air. S. has not be.-n ct'j n ing the best of health for some mouths, and the trip will doubtless prove of vast benefit to himself and lady. lie will be absent some weeks. In the meantime, Job nay Force, of Salem, an accomplished druggist, .will take' charge . f'heP.O. drug establishment, and be fcappy to wait on all customers. - International Hotel. This hotel " (formerly .New Columbian), of Pot tland, . tiow under charge of Messrs. Noah & Morrison, has been greatly improved in every tespect. and now ranks A. 1, Our people are directed to ' the card ' of this house ia our paper this morning, being mrA that, if thev''nnt n n"rrir thev ' will receive the beft.of fare . and treat- ruent, at reasonable charge. - - , ..Vert 'Fair Yielik Mr. Jo. I7arii . ilton, living a few miles from "this city. obtained from ten acres of oats harvested - last week, seven hundred and sixty bustr els, or seventy six bushels per acre. If any one has done better iu . this county the present season, we would like to hear from them. - . . - Occdlist. Dr. D- T. Morgaa, Occu list, who has been operating in diseases of the eye with great success ia Portland r ud Salem of late, will remain ia .this city son: e time, where he can be eonsalt- " ed by tho.e who are afflicted with ehron - ie dis a e ol this member See bis card this moruiug, sod cgill oa hint. " "Christian JIessenoer. -We have : seen the prospectus of new paper, to be v issued at Monmouth, Polk couaty, Oregon, about ibe 1st of September, ia the inter est of the Christian denomination. Its -eolumns will be presided . oTer bj T. F. Campbell, President of the Christian College, n-i wiil prove a rsluabl mdjuact All on Tuesday. Tuesday was a fair day for heirs, as thus : A team, which had been left with the fwo inside tugs hitched," concluded to tun -and run they did, the tung on the ground, kicking up an immense dust. After ruuuing safely through the city, the whole concern landed against a fence' in the suburbs, the end of the tung strik ing the bind foot of one of the horses and tearing it partly off. Both animals were pretty badly bruised, and the waon con siderably "shuck up." The team belong ed to Mr. Belieu, of Sandridge. Early in the morning, the P. T. Co'.s new steamer, Shoo Fly, made her ap pearance at our wharf, attracting a lartie crowd. She seems to be about the size of the Albany, and is "put up" for freight and fast time. In the evening, Mr. Mendenhall and lady, and Mr. Royal and lady, took eabiu passage in a skiff to cross to the Linn county side of the Willamette river. The "doo good" had escaped from the seams in the bottom of the vessel, leaving such "openings" for the water, that before they could reach the friendly shore on this side, the occupants of said skiff were en joying an impromptu bath. Upon reach ing the shore one of the geutlemen jump ed out and pulled the boat out some dis tance on the land, which sent the water from the bow to the stern with such force that that portion of the boat was swamped, aud the ladies left elegantly disporting themselves, like tea nymphs, in the water to their - armpits. Skiff riding is a pleasant diversion, especially when the skiff is leajcy and water soaked. New Furniture. Duriug the week, Mr. Charles Mealey, at his furniturs store on corner of Broadalbin and First streets, has received a fine assortment of new furniture. Full and complete sets of al most any style aud priced furuiluru can now- be hid there uiuih the largest stock ever brought to this city. He has a lot of "'perambulators," of two, three and four wheels,, with and without springs, just the thing for the little "roosters." Some neat oak chairs with cane bottoms look especially nice, aud which would sot a room off capitally, are among the new arrivals. If you want to see pretty furniture, go to Charley's. Blackberries. -This healthful fruit never was more abundant than the pres ent season. At the Upper Soda, last w?ek one lady gathere 1 thirty gallons fifteen in one day and only quit because no more vessels were available to put them in. Parties there were gathering and drying thorn, extensively, for wiuter use. Had LfCK.-rYhe hot -weather dating the week caused our Dew roller to run down, and we have to fall back on an oldJ on.e which had lost its suction We "'despise" to issue a badly printed sheet, but there was no help for it this whiz- we done the best we could. He Stl Lives! j As the earth revolves, around on its axis once in twenty-four hours, the Sun j shines by day, the : Moou' and ' Stars by night, and the seasons come in their turn, fepring, bummttr, Autumn ana Winter j as we are running from the cradle to the grave, reaching for some hand in the distance; steppiug to gain a tocthold on some vessel far out at Pea, swjftly flying still further from us, and trying to live, so does the young roan from Wisconsin, M. PEARSON, still live, and still continue to do business in Albany, Ogn., and feels thankful for past favors and patronage, which nerves his heart on to a greater effort to accommo date his many customers, and to sell them GROCERIES aud PROVISIONS, of which he has a very good stock on hand, cheap for cash or produce. The young man from Wisconsin, M. PEARSON, still lives, and is" always ready to buy. sell, swap or dicker, at Cheadle's old stand, corner of First and Broadalbin streets, Albany. 6w. The Daily Bulletin Tssued at Portland, made itsjbow to the Oregon public on Monday last. It is an .eight column daily, and we have only to say that it is under the editorial management of Jas. O'Mcara, Esq., to commend it to the public. With lUr. 0"Meara as chief, Dr. Ames, of San Francisco, assistant, and Mr. Baltimore, late of the Portland Commercial, as local editor, with a first class commercial editor soon to arrive, the Bulletin bids faito rival all competitors. Success to tho Bulletin. ; Salem Oil. Messrs. A. Carothcrs & Co., druggists of this city, have the pure Salem oil, which they are offering at SI 30 per gallon. "Oil Ur." Pure linseed oil, manu factured at Salem Mill, can be procured of Geo. F. Settlemier, druggist, First street, Albany, at SI 30 per gallon tf. Ciiaxged Hands. The planing mill in the eastern portion of this city, owned by Messrs Comley & Drigijs, has partially changed hands, Mr. E!i Carter having bought the interest of 3Ir. J. B. Comley. Price paid, S2y00. : Mr. John Hurd, the first of the week, sold to Mr. A. C. Jones the property lately occupied by Mr. Jos. Webber, on the corner of Third and Baler streets, for the sum of S1.200. Captain Shields, County Treasurer, has purchased the property; lately owned by Mr. Eli Carter, on Fourth street, of Mi.- Comley, for the sum of SI, 700. The property consisted of a good house and three or four lots. BROW NSVJLLE " ITEMS. TItOM OUB BEGCLAB CORREgrOOTEitT. " Ebownsvilj-e. July, 19,1870. After a protracted silence we again proceed to jot down a few items from our lively little village. Things are on the move. The work on the new Baptist church is going on rapidly; four hauds are employed upon it ; the frame is up, and it is fast assum ing its proper shape and diminsions. The lumber, shingles, &c, for the new Methodist church are all on the ground, and work on it will soon be commenced. The Spring term of the South Browns ville school closed on last Friday. Mr. Merrick has given good satisfaction as a teacher, and the directors have secured his services for another term, commen ciosr when the throng of harvest is over a little. f Ou last Tuesday evening, lion. Win. McCoy, living a few miles west of this place, met with rather a seiiousand pain ful accident. While riding in his pas ture, barebacked, with a baiter, his ani mal became unmanageable, ran away with him, and threw him heavily to the ground, breaking the large bone in his right forearm, bruising his face aud otherwise injuring him considerably. Under the skillful treatment-of Dr. Craw ford, we are glad to learn he is doing well. jjrownsviile has again taken the Good Templar fever; C. Beal, G. W. C. T. was up, aud organized a lodge on the 4th inst..' with 30 charter members, and they have had accessions at every meeting since; they have secured the exclusive right to what is known as Smith's Hall, fitted it up for a place of meeting, antl prospects arc good for a large and in fluential lodge. Hon. Louis Fleischner, State Treas urer elect, visited our town last Saturday Business pertaining to the Factory is supposed to be the occasion of his visit at this time. Harvest is fast approaching and farm ers are making preparations for it, fixing up iheir machines and other appliances fr taking care of their grain. We hope they inay get a good price for it, and conic out rich this fallr More anon. NEW TO-DAY. BUSINESS STILL RUSniNG AT TUB . NEW JEWELRY STORE Albany, I) TITUS, - - Oregon. AG EST FOR THE CELEBRATED American & Swiss Gold & Silver Watches Of eyery deicriptloi.. Direct Importer of ' the Tory best SWISS MADE WATCHES, Geuta and Ladies Sixes. THE FINEST SELECTION1 OF I JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS, Of all Kinds constantly on hand. BE PAI KINO OF WATCHES, SPECTACLES JEWELRY AT San Francisco Prices. -o Every Article Sold and all Repairing Done, Warranted. - Wo claim to keep all FIRST QUALITY GOODS. 11 and at prices that defy competition. A. COTVAX. A. COWAN A. W. STAVABD. CO., Wholesale and Retail Dcalen in STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS FIRST STREET . ALBANY. They offer a large and wel! -Mectod stock of STAPLE JDR1T CiOODS. At Extraordinary Low Prices ' FOR C a. fejli or Produce I BiallACE. Those interested iu ra- ciiiir, will uot foyet that a trial of speed conies off.to day, over the Fair Ground track. It is to be a halt-mile race, for a purse of 850 and j;ate fees. We learu that five animals have been entered for the coaiest. Sport u-ay be expected. . . Retukned Dr. Alexander, Mr. Payne, and other?, have returned from the moun tains, somewhat bronzed from exposure to the sun, but all dec-taring that they never had a bettei time in their lives. They "experienced" plenty of trout and slath ers of blackberries." Lecture. T. F. Campbell, President of Christian College, Monnioth, Polk county, Oregon, will deliver a lecture on eddcation at the Court Iiiue in this city, on Monday evening, July 25th, 1870, at 7 o'clock. All are invited to attend. . Lecture fiee. C. B. Bellinger, Esq , thin week with draws from the editorial coutrol of the Democrat, teavinj; ..Mart, to po it alone. Mr. JiellinjAer will devote his attention, in connection will. Mr. Burmester, to the practice of law, in which wo wish hi in the largest cue-cess. Serious Accident. On Monday evening, Mrs. Jda Irving was thrown from her favorite riding horse, just as she was on the point of starting for an evening rtd, and severely hurt. Her friends will be glad to learn that serious results are not apprehended.- ; Savb Your Doctor's Bills. When Dr. Wistar'a Balsam of Wild cherry will CURE coughs, colds, bleeding at the lungs and arrest the fell destroyer, Consump tion, it docs more than most physicians casrdo' A single trial will satisfy tho incredulous. w2. Route Changed The route of the Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain Wagon Road has been diverted from Canyon City, and will'no-Jr run 'to the eastern boundary of theStato e Camp Harney. . ; - " Supplement. Another, supplement this week, just to" Jteep our eabscribsrs in reading matter. Clever, ain't we ? New Hat The crop of the present season, has been 'coming in freely, and selling at S3 per ton-.. . Greek Corn: Some of our people eojoyea reea i corn, Tof tfce rresen sea son's raising, la week. City Taxes. Marshal Lung requests us to say that he was waited so long for parties to pay city- taxes, that patience has ceased to be a virtue, and, those in arrears, who do not immediately pay up, will certainly have costs added to their taxes, aa he will proceed to collect accord ing to law. : Personal. T. F. Campbell, President-of Christian College, Monmouth spent a few pleasant moments with us on Wednesday. Gua. Wheeler, Esq., of Brownsville, shed the light of his pleasant countenance on us Tuesday. . G- B. Ilaight, our talented meat artist, has been enjoying the measles during the week. . - lh. King, editof of the Scio Avtcs, made us a pleasant call on Wednesday. The Arctcs will resume its regular i?sue as soon as the Doctor can secure a compe tent printer. Warehouse Sold. On Tuesday, Messrs. Markham & Son sold their ware house, at the foot of Ellsworth street, to C. B. Couistock & Co , of Springville for 85,455. - ' ' Wueat. -War news has played gen eral hob with the markets. Wheat is quoted in San Francisco at $2 100 1'Js., with few sellers, and $1 45 1 bushel in New York. : . At Conner's. A large stocfc of goods rcan be found, all of which is offered at reduced prices. .Mr.. Conner intends changing his business, and therefore to get rid of his stock will sell extremely low. . . .... Upper Soda. Harvesting. Our farmers have commenced reaping the fruits of their industry, and as we have heard nothing to the contrary, we judge the yield to be excellent. . j Col Beveraoes. A pitcher of iced lemonade, from Mr. Jack Crouse, of the City Brewery, was relished by the "of fiee on Saturday. Thanknm.; Wool. "We . notice several wagon loads of wool rolling into town during the week." ' ''''i-"". : . - ; Weather. Plenty of it, and that of the first quality. Delicious breezes .all the week. 1 Financial and Commercial. Last gold quotations 134. ' Legal ten ders buying at 89c j brokers declining to buy. .- ; On the 19th, at Chicago, wheat opened at SI 43. ': Produco market greatly ex cited and prices rapidly advancing. At New York, same, date, California wheat was quoted at $2 15. . r .San Francisco dates to the 19th, gives wheat quotations at 81 0002 100 lbs; flour, $5 50S 50 bbL No other quotations,'. . . Jw. V Market here remains at last week' quotations for the present. July 20, 1870. Editor Register: A few items from this healthful region may not prove uninteresting toyour readers. We arri ved here Saturday, the 9th, and found a large encampment from our section. I can only name a few : Dr. Alexander, David Froman, 'Martin Payne, ' J. - M. McConnell. S. M.Pennington, and others, with their families. - And here let me say that David Froman and Dr. Alexan der are the Nirarods of this age. All hands feel under" obligations to them for the fine trout which tbey always succeeded in' catching and generously dividing with all. J. M. Johns, of Scio, and E. B. Moore, of Ilarrisburg, with their fami lies, are here, doing a good business gath ering blackberries, of which there is no end enough for all Linn county, as they arc to be found all the way from Lower Soda to the foot of the mountains above this point. llev. Mr.. Emory, of Corvallis, ia here, by iuritation of Capt. White, proprietor of the Springs. - He preached to a fair congregation on Sabbath at 11 o'clock. There were 80 persons here on that day. It is said to have been the first sermon ever preached in the mountains,' on this road. 'The day will soon come when this will be a great resort, as here is to be found the purest soda, the purest air and the finest water in the world just the place for health seekers. i ; ; ' There is a great deal of travel on the road, pcrsous going to and coming from Ocheco valley and points beyond. Large herds of cattle and sheep are and have been driven over the mountains this season. The country- east of the moun tains is settling up very rapidly ; and, by the" way; there should be." mail service on the route it should extend all the way, but unquestionably a part of the way. I uudcr.stand that steps are being taken to present tho matter to the P. O. Depart ment, urging the claims of the settlers unprovided; with mail facilities.: Tho road is in good "condition ; no flies to bother until you reach the green timber beyond this point. ; i. We were told before coming up that there were no berries. A great mistake. I cannot say what, they have been other seasons, but there are thousands of bush els this year.; Only - think there - were over one hundred gallons brought into camp yesterday, which rato of picking has been going on for days, and still the supply seems inexhaustible. ' - E. A. FREELAND. Caugiit. At Portland, on Wednes day night, the highwayman, Wilson, was caught and jailed. Several shots were fired, both by pursuers and pursued but nobody hurt. ' Portlandors will rest more "quieter" now. J. F. McCoy, Esq., of Portland, has been appointed, by Tung Ge, Emperor of China, Consul for China at Portland. ' The surveys of the Oregon & California Railroad are being continued, south of Roseburg, and the lands withdrawn from market to that point. In addition to a very large stock, covering everything in the line of Col tons, wo have a complete assortment of FANCY DRESS GOODS! Latest styles of Boys and Men's CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS IIATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, c. - Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper 4 Blinds, &.C., &.C .Linen Especial attention is directed to out stock of IRON AND STEEL ' . AND GILKIlL HARDWARE Which is the largest and most complete this side of i'urttaud. Ton are inrited to call and examine oar roods and prices. The highest market price in cash paid for Wool, Bacon and Lard by - Oct. 30, 1S69-8 A. COWAX CO. IXIZZX-Xj estate. STITZEL UPTON, REAL ESTATE BROKERS ' 1ID GENERAL. AGENTS. Branoli office, iLlbany, Orcjjon, . J. C. MENDENHALL, - Agent. Cl ENERAL LAND AGEXCY FOR OREGON. T ' Established July, 1868. An office where general information concerning the resources of Oregon can De ootainca iree 01 cnarge. Loans negotiated en first Mortgage, Real Es tate and Collateral Securities. We have for sail a large amount of property located in the town of Albany. -Alo, Farming lands, of every des cription, twabvu ia uiuB ut viuci cuuauvi in this State. To the citizens of Albany and vicinity, and to the owners of Real instate : We take this method of calling yonr attention to onr place of busi ness. Having determined to open a Branch Of fice in your city, we can offer von a medium for obtaining purchasers one that is appreciated by. buyers, as it saves them much time and labor in searching for what tbey want. Onr principal Agency, at Portland, Oregon, is thoroughly es tablished, and the office so well tarnished for giv ing information upon Real Estate, that it affords the most complete facilities fur all parties having business in onr tine. . Ton incur no ezpenso in placing yonr property on sale witn us unless a sale is made. Office on First street, opposite Post-Office. JOHN C. MENDENHALL, Agent. Albany, Ogn., March 23, 187. 2Qtf. STITZEL & - UPTON, " "'1 REAh ESTATE BROKERS jr. C. MENDENHALL, Agent, Office First st opposite Post Office, Albany, Ogn. HAVE for sale in the city of Albany, a desira- ble Homestead, Lots 1, 2. 7 and 8, corner '1 bird. Fourth and tlsworth streets, one sf th best localities in the city. A good one and lhalf story house, with all other eonreniences. .pply to v. mx.stvaau.AijU, Agent, : Albany", Oregon "STAR'PICTURE GALLERY ! BROWNSVILLE, - s OREGON HAS BEEN REFITTED WITH SKYLIGHT of the latest style, and the operating room Willi IIIBUUUIOUUI VI . . STRICTLY FIHST CLASS HAKEI with a choice stock of Materials, Chemicals, 4e. direct from Philadelphia. Oar work shall recom mend itself. ".' . Pictures from Ring to Life aixe, at the lowest prices. - Special facilities for taking Family Groups and copying Old Pictures. Call and see specimens. -, i, H. TEMPLBTON, '. ; PETER HUME. NEW TO-DATE. In the Drug Store will be found a full assort ment of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Ac, to. Also, Books and Station ery.'" ' - '-, i S School Books made a specialty. v Dr. Rowland baa charge, and may be consul ted professionally at any time. Post Office building, Brownsville. Oregon. Aprd 20, '70 S.V PETER II C MR. Te Wboa It May Coacemi ... GH. BABER is my Legal Agent daring . my abeeaoe. SAMUEL DENNY. Albany, March li,18r0.-28-aw. i. i. ; o m .PS H Q ALBANY ADVERTISEMENTS. t.. rtiAlT.K. ' Si. CIlAsU, Front-si., Albany, Oga. I 120 Cly-t., San Fran cisco, btumsw. R.. Chcadlo & Co.. - Whole sale and Retail Dealers in Groceries ui Keneral HercMse,' . . .-. i ; i . FORWARDING & COMMISSION r MEKCOAIVTS- . ' MARK 0OODt Care of T TLsm O., Alb-ny, Oregoo j or X Co9 &b FrancUoo, C) LiVeral advance mad an conalfsaaenta. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. I INTEND DOIXO A General Commisslea Business - " in. " .- SVIV PBANCISCO, - fo th purpo Of MaliAf : All Kinds of Produce that may nefeonsigned to me to eelL LAMAR CDEADLE, A1 "togvxxy, Orecon - -. . Will receive and attend to all orders oa me to be filled in Sao Francisco. . oct9-tf ; . CBBADtE. . GOODS EECEIVED BY ' Esoxtt Steamer whioa wUl be soU f CASH or THV.XJE3. O 2 sa oa o o s W 8 & o - H o 1 - m S3 aj ' be C3 -23 .- e . - ca 1-1 & e, Cae C . o S - 53 2 o S - B fa - a H s SS 2 M ' -P Q 0 s s hi att 2 fa S3 ms Q a . S w a M a a 1 n 3 (x a -ca O " la H S5 o fa 9 B-8.B -M v H S 1 w U E u o H . 2 S m . .. . H - -ft i a EH PS 0 -1 tS w s a w.-s; DniGosr CITY NEWS DEPOT, FrBt streat, Alb7, Oresroa. ' HAS JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLASS 31 BW8 DEPOT and STATIONERY STORE, What at all times will b found th latest Peri--, od teals, UsruiMS, Newspapers, Books of all kinds, Writing Paper, every variety,' : all kind, and sixes f Envelopes, - and thm sooet beautifol . PBOTOaRAPmOALBUnS. This stock has been selected with great ears, fend none but First-class articles are kapt. " Oeods received direct' from Sao' Francisco fcy every steamer. rV Terms moderate. Give mo a, call, j . AT.-S. DRIGOS, ' h Aibany. April .t0.-3I-ly. .i . ; " - icrrcMakaa ' ... ' Ltghlnin Fly-rilllcr, Is- ahead of anythlur of the kind. 1 Jtaady and coeap. u. . .ooia y tae vraggurta cn3 WnEAT W'ANTEUI Sixty Cents per Uusbel In trade, or oa Book aoeoaat. For all that may be ofifcretl oct6 R. CUEADLE. Wax Ituflg gs5gi)Ster. . - A Wiiklt NmrArn, VontAiainf Z6 ewltmta sT matt, . ' " " '? . - .i ' - - j. v".' :. IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ' : In tb City" of Albany, ; OO Per A-nnum, A ADVANCE, J Six months.......... '... ,.", v,..w,'... .,.. A3 "LOCAL ITEMS" made SPECIALTY. ... THE REGISTEll JOB RI1STING I"irl stress, (oj9)osle WvmA Ce.'s store. & " A HAVI5IO s vary fair assortmeat of materia! we are prepared to execute, with neatness and dispatch, all kinds of - ' XX.AX28- A3TX3 VASSCT- SUCh Mi. ,. f- v Band-bilU, , . ' . Progrmnn4, - - BM-lvac! - r ' ,. ' .. . Butt Titk; i v ". ...... -. Iamphletj t .' , s Labe!tx. " ,' , -i - - JZkr&9 of tcindse,;; r .- . 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