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....... DECEMBER IS, 1871.
AGENTS FOR THE STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
Brownsville..
Corvallis
Canyon City.,
Kusrene.........
J. M. Morgan.
V. J. Robertson.
Thos. Howard.
J. J. Walton, Jr.
Gassburg..,
....Mattuew r ountaln,
Harrisburg.....Sam. May & It. II. Holt.
Jefferson Hanley Waterman.
Jacksonville..... ...J. H. Nell.
Lebanon......... ...... V. K. l'.IKins.
La Grande...- K. S. iVeComas.
OreponCity.. ......... J. It. Ralston.
Portland W. H. West & Co.
Peoria ........Jacob Thompson.
Pendleton -J. II. Turner.
Roseburg. T. B. Kent.
8eio Dan. Gaby & Geo. Christie.
Salem.... R. F. Brown.
The Dalles A. 11'. Ferguson.
AValla Walla N. T. Caton.
Vakima, W. T.. P. Royles.
As Incident. The Gazette speaks
of John Stewart and wife, and their
neice, Miss Jfahala Stewart, of Corval
lis, who were restored to health by a
few months sojourn at Finley's Soda
Springs, on the Cascade Mountain
Road which reminds us of an inci
dent. About two months ago we vis
ited these springs, where we met the
Stewart family. Only a few weeks
prior to the date of our visit Jiss
Stewart had arrived there in almost a
helpless condition, and we remember
that during our stay at the Springs she
accompanied a party of hunters (her
father among the number) into the
mountains. She was mounted upon a
cayusepony, which she rode through
the thick chapparel and up steep
mountain trails with .the ease of the
most expert equestrian ; remained
in her sylvan retreat with the hunters
over night, attended to the camp,
cooked their meals and assisted in cur
ing the venison, and came back to the
Springs the next day with the flush of
buoyant health upon her cheeks and a
mirthful sparkle in her roguish eyes.
Being a Benedict ourself, we daren't'
go into extacies over the romantic ap
pearance of the beautiful Amazon of
the Cascades, but we do know that
some of the young fellows encamped
about the Springs showed unmistakable
signs of hankering after the dear
which her gothic steed brought into
camp. The nerve, pluck and energy
which our fair huntress displayed on
that occasion would almost restore the
ruined Pompeii to the grandeur of our
modern Gotham.
Lamp Explosion. Mr. Dow, of the
firm of Dow & Crane, shoemakers, of
this-city, had a narrow escape from
furnishing the material for a first class
funeral last Saturday night. He ob
served that one of 'the suspended
lamps in the store showed obstreper
ous signs, and fearing it would explode j
and damage or set fire to the house, he j
seized it from its rest and started for
the door, intending to cast it into the
street, when it exploded in his hands
with a terriSc noise, startling the peo
ple of the neighborhood for several
blocks and causing a general rush in
the direction of the noise. Some ex
tremely nervous individual, seeing the
oil blazing on the floor at Jlr. Dow's
feet, and fearing a fire, ran to ithe en
gine house and rang the Cre bell, but
before the engine was brought upon
tha scene the blaze was extinguished
and the scare over. The escape of Jr.
D. was almost miraculous, as the oil
flew all over his clothing; but his great
presence of mind in wrapping his coat
tightly about him, thus smothering
the flames out, doubtless saved him j
from a terriole death. Je came out of j
the scrape with an unscathed hide but I
with a couple of closely singed eye
brows. Booth Killed. A telegraphic dis- j
patch to the Portland papers, last Fri-1
day, announces the accidental death of
Smith Booth, the gentleman who for
several months last spring and sum
mer was overseer of a gang of China
mn at work on the railroad near this
city. It appears from the dispatches
that he was killed near Kalama by the
cars running off the track, but in what
particular manner is not stated.
P. 8. Since writing the above, J. Z.
Crouse of thi3 city has received a letter
from Kalama which states that on last
Friday evening Booth was riding in to
that place on the locomotive tender,
when the tender jumped off the track
and rolled down a twelve-feet embank
ment, throwing the unfortunate man
tinder it and nearly cutting him in two.
He only survived a few moments. Mr.
Crouse informs us that Booth was a na
tive of Connecticut, wa about forty
years of age, and was a universal fa
vorite among railroad men.
Christmas Tree. The members of
the M. E. Sabbath School wilt have a
Christmas Tree at the Court TZbuse on
Saturday evening, Dec. 23. AH per
sons desiring to put presents on the
Christmas Tree will please bring them
properly labeled with the card having
the name plainly written upon it and
sewed on the article so it cannot lose
off. It is desired that all presents be
brought in previous to 12 o'clock, noon,
so that the committee may have time
enough to arrange them on the tree.
A committee will be on hand to receive
them from; 9 until 12 o'clock.
Terrible Railroad Accident.
Xast Saturday the gravel train ran
off the track at JTarrisburg, by the dis
placement of the switch, and several
fiat cars loaded with gravel and upon
which a gang of Chinamen were
: riding, were turned over. Several of
the Chinamen were hurled to the
ground, and, the gravel falling upon
: them, instantly killed two and fatally
mounded two others who died on Mon
day. Three or four others were badly
hurt, but will probably recover. We
. are indebted for this item to Capt. Rob
ertson, of Cbrvallis, who came through
Harrisburg last Tuesday.
Time Changed. The cars have
changed time, and the passenger trains
-xlow arrive at this city as follows: Go
ing south, at 6:12 p. m.; going north,
.at 7:5 a. m. The northward bound ac
commodation train arrives here at 8:5
a. m., and the southward bound train
Arrives at 5 p. m.
Religious. Rev. Mr. Lovell, of the
M. E. Church, South, preaches regular-
Jy in the Court House in this city on
the first and third Sabbaths in ach
jnontiu
f RID AT-....
HOME AND ABROAD.
River falling.
Dark, damp, drirzljr.
Umbrellas on the rise.
3lnce pies magnif, now.
Our lamp posts are up and topers aro
jubilant.
Our new street lamps look gorgeous
after night.
Last summer's dust Is disappearing
fast from our streets.
Crouse has a pair of Guinea pigs' of
the "Sooner" breed.
A. N. Arnold has purchased Geo.
Young's city delivery.
A proposed masquerade ball is agitat
ing our young people.
"Fit you with a tin ear" Is the suc
cessor to "put a head on you."
Harper & Co. sold lots of Hhot-guna
to aspiring Nlmrods last week.
The Albany District School closed
last Friday till after the Jolldays.
Geo. F. Settlemier has added a stock
of excellent cigars to his drug store.
Mr. Lynn C. Doyle may bo seen for
a while at R. ft Hill & Co's drugstore.
Harrisburg light phantastics will
have a grand Ball on Christmas night.
Dr. Alexander, .Mart. Payne and
others are oil in the mountains hunt
ing. The Clarke-Watkinds slander suit
has been changed from Marlon to Linn
county.
Thanks to O. B. Christie, Esq., our
efficient Scio agent, for new sub
scribers.
Since the lamp explosion the other
night the candle trade hereabouts is
"looking up."
There is no use in talking. Adver
tising is the long pole that knocks the
persimmons.
The marshal, coroner, recorder and
newspaper reporter are despondent this
week, waiting in vain to be Jicawbcr-
eil turned up.
Chas. Roggers has retired from the
Albany Brewery leaving Chas. Keifcr
sole proprietor.
An Iowa court has decided that a
woman can sue her husband for money
borrowed of her.
Judge Burnett aud Capt. Ro'oertson,
of Corvallis, paid us a pleasant call
during the week.
AVe observe that S. Montgomery is
again at home, after several weeks' so
journ at his mill in Douglas county.
A female lecturer says the only de
cent thing about Adam was a rib, aud
that went to make something better.
A Portland girl, trying to drink a
glass of cider, swallowed a bran new
set of teeth and nearly choked to death.
Harvey Smith'is going to Missouri,
in a few days, to bring out to this coun
try a sister who has gone stone blind.
An incorrigible bore at our elbow
wants to know if W-o-r-c-e-s-t-e-r
spells irboster, why R-o-c-h-e-s-t-e-r
don't spell Rooster.
A sick man was told that his wife
would probably marry again. "All
right," said he, "there will be one man
to lament my death."
A prominent journalist who Is per
fectly bald, has offered a reward of one
thousand dollars for & tale that will
make his hair stand on end.
Abe iackleman and Jno. GHliland
killed sixteen deer near Mots' Butte
last week. Deer are said to be very
numerous up there at present.
Six new buildings are now going up
in Albany, consisting of a millinery
store, grocery and bakery store, brew
ery, and three elegant residences.
It is said that a green tarlatan' dress
contains arsenic enough to kill a man,
and yet men do not seem to be afraid
to go near green tarlatan dresses.
What is the difference between the
entrance to a barn and a loafer in a
printing office ? One is a barn doorj
and the other is a darn bore. Ain't it?
More cider this time from Mr.
3cGhee, who has our best bow, which
said bowing is no trouble when one is
all doubled up with the stomach-ache.
Charleston girls complain that the
"boys don't tease them enough." Our
office boys want to know what the fare
is to Charleston they're "off for
Charleston." ;
Harvey Smith, ex-Sheriff of Linn
county, gave us a call during the week.
He is now an humble follower of the
plow and tiller of the soil at Vernon,
Jarion county.
Fred. Hill had a little lamp "blow
out" in the drug store the other day,
by the burning of a gasoline lamp, but
as it was not a real explosion it hardly
arises to the dignity of a first-class
item. ,
Beware of counterfeits In purchas
ing Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re
newer. The genuine has a private rev
enue stamp, three inches long, with a
likeness of Dr. Hall upon it over the
cork.
Some enterprising idiots are agitat
ing the question of the right of men to
clothe themselves In female garments.
Petticoats are coming up, since the
strong-minded have taken to panta
loons. We began to write an article on the
baneful influences of profane swearing
this week, but on going homo and find
ing our pet game rooster assassinated
by an ornery boy we concluded not to
publish the article.
D. A. Lancaster, General Agent for
the Equitable Life Insurance Co., is in
town, ready to do business for that
company. AH who are thinking of in
suring will find it to their interest to see
Mr. Lancaster as soon as possible.
Three geese strayed or were stolen
from W. E. Howell, last week, and If
anybody will return them "inards,
feathers and all" and pay for this ad
vertisement, no impertinent questions
will be asked. We believe they were
webfooted and had an under-bit out of
the left ear and a swallow fork in the
right, and their age can be determined
by looking at their teeth.
Scio. A correspondent from Scio
goes off in this strain over their late
municipal election:
On Monday our election came off.
Early in the morning aspirants were
buoyant and hopeful, but late in the
evening, many of them could be seen
wending their way homeward with
haggard and careworn looks. The ad
ministration this time is Democratic
the returns from the several wards
showing a large Democratic gain. You
can Inform the world at large that the
banner of Democracy waves once
more triumphantly over the City of
the Forks!
S0I0 COESESPONDESrCE.
Editor Democrats This modern Athens hss
been, for ths past ton dayt, in a fearful state f
agitation, oecaaiened by tba recent city leotloa
and the Tarloui contest thereupon. The mat
ter seems to presont Itself to a dltlntereted lis
tener and spectator about in thta light:
A clique of two or thro men, It would eem,
of vest legal knowledge, and the most profound
egotism, have heretofore held unlimited twsy
orcr the manipulation! of tail eity government)
and, until the taut election, have eueoeeded In
awolng the populace Into an unequivocal ac
quiescenoo to their regal sway. On Monday the
4th day of December, however, the people
seemed to rouse front their irksome and unwar
ranted thralldotn, and assert the high preroga
tive of American freedom of choosing the
u (floors who should administer their municipal
affairs. Dut after the elooliou wu over, and
the great Solon found themselves routed,
"horse, foot, and dragoon," instead of acqul
eslnjr to the majority, and admitting defeat,
they iustituted contests for the Important oft)
eea, and tried aud decided tliotn with a sem
blauee if formality, yet without shadow of law,
and thus disfranchised sovoral legal voters, one
of whom has voted in Oregon since 1847. This
was a poor old man who has never failed, since
that time, to put into the ballot-box a truo-bluo
Domoeratio vote, without question, but it wu
reserved for the great Sanhedrim of the famous
eity or the Fork to pronounoe biiu not a legal
voter of the Slate of Oregon. It is perfectly
astonishing to your correspondent that suoU
profound erudition aud sueu remarkable talent
as may be found eouoeulrated.in this little out-of-the-way
bamlet, should for so loug a time
have been permitted to "Blush unseen,
And waste its sweetness on the desert air."
But" blood will tell," and now the day is fast
approaching when you may expect the wL.
aorai of the obscure village in the Forks, to bo
tne Srst aud ioremost men of the nation, and to
whose superior judgment the supbistiual and
antiquated ideas of Blackstone, Kent, Tauev,
Illack, Deady and others will disappear like
mist before the ris:og sun. We eau s i say
we hail fr-m "The Fork" but proud will be
that man Ij posteriiy who en trace his tiedl
gree bark to tbo famous capital of the Forks of
tbe f-unti.im. ben the names or ancient and
modern times shall have passed away and been
furg'-tten ; when Temple liar shall have be
come the abode of owls and bats, tbe name of
these para ;on of wisdom and luat lure wbo
aie now the prrsiding genii of tbis eity will
stand forth as monument nf perpetual graml
cur. In that day the humblest of iu rilitens
can stand up and sny with virtuous pride, "I
came fiatn tbe t'nrtm."
Tbe conte-ted election (" were betwsen T.
J. Thorpe and T. 1. tioodraao. for the Mayor
ship, in which U'oJmnn won, and was declared
elected by one majority. The contest between
Peter Smi h and lan.l Oaby was decided in
favor of tbe latter. J. I.. Miller, who contested
tbe election of R. O. Head, f.r lWord.-r, al
though defeated iy 6 vot, was graoud tbe
certificate, on the ground that Mr. Head was
not a qualified voirr of tbe State, though be
swore to a residence in Portland ever since
I4tt3, until Octuter last, when be removed to
Scio.
Do not allow these things to sb-ek you. for I
am assured that they are in aorordance with
law, the restitution of tbe State to tbe contra
ry notwithstanding. Jt were presumption to
question the legality or this decition. These
eminent judge hold another sitting to-morrow
evening, when, I believe, it is proposed to frame
and adopt a new Stale Constitution, as tbe old
one does nut exactly conform to their interpret.
nti'va of certain State tarn. What a blessing
to lire where toe lamp of wisdom burns so
brigLt y:
MISCEIXASfOCS ITEMS.
This village has been almost flooded once
this season, but i now perhaps safe from anoth
er invasion by tee turbid Thomas Creek.
A sinking class of large dimensions bas been
oraoiroi, and t now progressing vociferously
A debating eoeUly I uon to be organised, in
wbicb many promising young men of trio in
tend, we understand, to prepare themselves for
tbe balls of Congress.
An amaiore Theatrical society is now in pro
gress, and the people of this burg will ere loog
have an opportunity of witnessing tbe perform
ance of those wbt posses histrionic tt.lrnL
Bat there U still another assemblage or com
pany here that suits tbe epigastrium of your
correspondent better than sinking, debating, or
a-ting, aod that is a kind of a jolly sociable
club, wbo meet amuna at tacb other homes
and spend the long winter eeninr "last by an
ingle blexing tncly," discussing fb on, gossip,
l.tcraiurc, ctr., and also pay their Uevoii.os to
the de tcseie if richly laden Ion h table.
We ear, suerrs to this institution.
Yonr paper i read here with interest and
looked for with casernes. The mail facilities.
however, are nr t perfect as the interest, of
tbe people demand, aod I understand that there
is a great probability of the establishment of a
daily mail line from here to Marion Station,
conocting with up and down trains of tbe O.
A C. K. 1L This will at onee place this eity in
direct communication with London, Liverpool,
New York, Fan Franetsen, and ether cmm-r-eial
emporiums, and will prose of inva:uable
importance to bonnes men of Soio.
ll'iping that you will pardon me for writing
so loug and dry a letur,( wbicb is accounted lor
by the fact that all the rulers here are total ab
stinence men), I wilt c'ose, with a promise not
to be Si prosv next time. Yours troljr,
Scio, lec. 12, 1 37 1. YEKITAS.
Stili, After Him. The Tortland
yew Northwest says that Joaquin 311
ler, while in that city a few days ago,
"denied the paternity of one of his
children, and does to-day deny it,
thereby traducing the character of ore
of tbe most virtuous and self-sacrificing
wives and mothers we have ever
known? a woman who never utters
a word of reproach or blame against
this sleek-tongucd sham, and who pro
tests with wifely delicacy agaiust the
publication of his acts of Injustice,
choosing rather to suffer Sn silence,
and thereby deters the New North went
from giving out much evidence which
the world has need of to prove his real
character."
Poetical. This Is the way. the
Boise City Herald writes up a Mem-
querade Ball at that place, last week:
There was a sound of revelry by night.
And Boise City bad gathered there
Her beauty and ber chivalry ;
A hundred hearts beat happily, and when
Music arose with voluptuous swell
All went merry a a marriage bell.
This extracts the stopple from the
poetical orifice of " Joaquin, et. aL"
At tbe muntcioal election in Albanv
on Monday four Jiepublicans and three
Democrats were elected. Eugene Jour
nal.
Jlow in creation that Eugene man
ever got such an idea as the above in
his wool we don't know. There were
six Democrats, three Republicans and
one 'alf-an-'aif gentleman elected, and
that's why we raised our chicken-cock
last'week.
N eat Meat .Market. J. R. ZZerren
keeps one of the nicest, neatest, clean
est and best regulated meat markets
that we have ever seen. Any one
buying meat there knows Just what he
is getting and need not be afraid to eat
it afterwards. ' For nice steaks and fine
spicy cuts, we commend him to our
readers.
Billiard . 3atch. To-morrow,
(Saturday) evening, a match game of
billiards, for $15 a side, is to be played
at Henry Myer's billiard room, in this
City, by those gallant knights of the
cue, Jessrs. Jno. Natty and Walter
Smith. The game will be played on a
carom table and will consist of 800
points.
MARRIED.
GBAHAM YEOMAN On the JOth Inst,
at tbe residence of the bride s father, near Scio,
by J. L. Miller, J. P., Mr. Elijah M. Graham
and Miss Amanda E. Tkomas all of Linn
county. "
PDESEL MICK On the 10th Inst., at the
residence of the bride's parents, near this eity
by Jndge Johns, Ma. J. M. Pdrsel and Mini
Elizabeth L. Mick all of Linn county.
Compliments of tbe happy couple received,
in the shape of a silver dollar, whioh insures
them tbe warmest congratulations of the edito
rial and printlstical fraternity pf the Democrat
office.
Scarcity op Items. On account of
the Instability of the weather, the
scarcity of marriages, the dearth 'of
births, the unusual care of the locomo
tive engineers, the extraordinary
dampness of gunjrowdur, and the mo
notonously upright morals of thl
community for the pust week, we find
It impossible to present our usual
nuantltv of local Items In this Issue of
the Dkmocrat. . H'lth tho approach of
ine Holidays, however, we expect, a
rich htirvt'Ht of sensations and a con
sequent prolificacy of local literature.
Chop House. M. J. Allphln, Esq.,
has opened a neat oyster restaurant and
chop house on Broadalbln street, where
the, rarest edibles lu tho shape of game,
fish and fowl. mny bo found at all
times, nerved up In tho best manner
known to the culinary art. Tho place
Is retired aud quiet and Is eminently
suited for the resort of trentlcinon and
ladles who desire a sumptuous repast
free from intrusion. Ad. ttcxi wecK.
Christmas Bali Thero will be a
grand ball given at Parrlsh'e Hall, on
Christmas evening, Dec. 25th, 1871. A
good supper and the best of muslo will
be furnished for the occasion. A gen
eral invitation and a cordial welcome
Is extended to all lovers of the "mazy
dtnce.4
Committee of Arrangement--Isaac
Conn, J. It. llcrrcn.
Floor Manager P. ft Harper. X.
B. Humphrey, 11. C. Clark, N, Baum.
Tickets, including nupttcr, $4.
The rat that was killed by the cat
that was worried by tha dog that was
tosted by the cow that kicked over the
lamp that 11 red the straw that spread
the tlames that burned the stable that
started the Chicago contlagratlon, Is
not on exhibition at Charley Mealy'ji
furniture store, but he has just as if ne
furniture as was Wurned at Chicago or
anywhere else. UoanUsec.
Sl'KUIAL NOTICES.
GREAT AUTUMN TONIC.
Hegeman't Cordial Elixir of Caltsaja Bark-
A pleasant Cordial which strengthens and iin
oruves the IHgcsiiou, an excellent preventive of
Fevers, fever and Ague, Ac. and a great Reno,
valor and Tonic for invalids and debilitated per
sons. IIkgku4 A Co., New York, tiule Man
ufacturer. Bold by all lruggist.
jsn!371yl
Home shuttle hKwi.Nu machines.
Flow, and all kind of Agricultural IB
uteuient sold by WHEELER
at M1IE1P.
The Ureal IMcforial Anaaal.
Hosteller's t'nited Stales Almanae for 172,
fur distribution, yo'i's, throughout the t'nited
Stales, and all civilized countries of tbe Wjst
era Hemisphere, will be published about tbe 1st
of January, in the English, tierman, French,
Norwegian, Welsh, hwedwh, IlolUod, Bohemi
an and fosni.h languages, and all wbo wish to
a .dersUnd tbe true philosophy of health should
read and ponder the valuable suggestions il
contains. In addition to an admirable mediae!
treatise en tbe causes, prevention and cure of a
great variety -f disease, il embrace a large
amount of information interesting to the mer
chant, tbe mechanic, the miner, tbe farmer, lb
planter, and professional man and the calcula
tion have been made for sorb meridian and
latiiade as are moet enitable for a correct and
comprehensive Natiost Caiianan.
Tne nature, uses, and eitraordinary sanitary
effect of Hosteller's Stomach Bitter, lb staple
t-nie and alterative of more tbaa half tbe
Christian world, are folly set forth in iu page,
which are also !ntrpvred with p etorial illus
tralioDS, valuable recipe fur the household and
farm, barnoroa anecdote, and other instruc
tive and amusing reeling matter, original and
selected. Among the Annual to appear with
tbe opening of the year. Ibis will be one nf tbe
most useful, and may a knd fvr Ikm nrktng.
Tbe proprietor. )lesr. Hosteller A Smith,
I'ltuburgh, Pa a reeelpt of m l cent (tamp,
ill forward a ropy by mail to any person who
cscn-'t procure on to bit neighborhood. Tbe
Hitter are sold m every eity, Iowa and viTUge,
end are extensively we! throughout the entire
eivillted world.
'.LOTHINU AND BOOTH AJd SHOES
J a Sue assortment very low by WIIKEI.KB
mt MIIEDD.
A Desirable Bias. There is tbe bis of
ridicule, the bus of eorn, the bis of make in
tbe grass ; but the most delightful hi is that of
Tarrant'. Effervescent Seltaer Aperient,
In the sparkling geblct, giving assurance to the
invalid that hi thirst will be delicion ly as-
naged : that his stomach will be refreshed aod
furifled s that if be is feverish, bis body will be
cooled by healthful evaporation ; mat U ne It
constipated, tbe difficulty will pas away with
out a pang ; and that if llie condition DM
genera bealtb it impaired, tt win be speedily
restored. Of course, he will take earn t prs-
core Bona Bat tu g-ennia.
BOLD BY ALL DBCGGISTS.
, Tsv
JZS'f
liTnnl. RIIAWI.S. I.oXtJ AND SQUARE.
W Plaid and Striped, for sale by WHEEL-
tti mti nil -..
6HEDDS.
A. WHEELER,
DEALER
in General Merchandise. A large stock of all
kinds now in store and for sale t low rate.
All kinds of produee bought at highest market
rates.
Cash paid for Wheat, Oats, Fork, Bntter,
Eggs, etc., etc.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
and Oils, Glass and Potty, sold by
WHEELER S HIIEUU.
WILLIAM DAYIDSOtf,
REAL ESTATE DEALER
Office No. 64 Front Street,
' PORTLAND, 0RE90N.
REAL ESTATE In this CITT and EAST
PORTLAND, in the most desirable loealities,
consisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and
BLOCKS, ilUUBKB and Bi'UUttS alio.
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of the
STATE for BALK.
REAL ESTATE end other Property pur
chased for Correspondents, in this CIT1 and
throughout the STATES and TERRITORIES,
with great eare and on tne most AJJV AITIA
QEOUS TERMS.
HOUSES and STORES LEASED,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, aud CLAIMS OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED.
Aud a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY
BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE In all the CIT
IES and TOWNS in the STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
the same to tbe above address. vonzatf.
SOAP KANE'S CONDENSED, THOMAS'
.Cool Water, Bleaching, and other kinds.
sold by WllfcttLEH a HUEIIU,
T?0R WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY,
32 Ac, o., go to WHEELER
at SHED!),
NEW ADVERTISEMENT.
OF-
NEW YORK.
S. IF. CHADWICK,
MAMAOSB TOR OBSaOir, SAXsBBB
M V. BROWN;
Agent far Lin Comity, Albany.
GILL A STEEL, AgenU et Portland, Oregon.
SILAS t. KAY, Agent st Jacksonville, Oregon.
, BOARD OF REFERENCES.
The Manager for Oregon refers, by permits
sion to tbe following gentlemen t
His Excellenoy, L. F. Grover, Got. ef Oregon.
L. Fleisebner, State Treasurer. .
Syl. C. Simpson, State Librarian.
E. M. Walts, Job Printer.
J. f . filler.
R. P. Earbart, Proprietor Cbemeketa Iloute,
Geo. A. Steel, County Tress., Mattnomsh Co.
Kev. L. Rowland.
A. Rush, of Ladd A Bash, Banker. '
C. O. Curl, Clerk of the Supreme Cesri.
Dr. Flske, M. D. - '
Rev. f. 8. Knight.
Rev. W. R.Stewart.
O. F. YON RHEXLV Sc CO.,
MANAGERS POR THL PACIFIC COAST.,
, 106 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
bov1?u3 .
ADVE11TISKMENTS.
Il.lMMUCLl, SOKWAY MATS
THE MOST PROLIFIC IN THE WOfiLD I
One Bushel it Pltuty of Seed for an Acre !
Yield 80 to 100 per cent, more than Com
rnor Oats with Half the Amount .
of Eeodpor Acre. ,
Oregon yb.ld tho last two years (both short crop
years) i la I4HV, early sown, from AO to wore
than 1D bushel per a!re late town, AO to- 70
bushels. In 1870, early town, each bushel sown
produced from fie to 7U bushels j late sown (13tb
ef May), to 40 busheln.
(alirorr.aylol.il In 1870, 90 to 176 bushels
from 32 lbs, sued per acre,
Norway seed sold In San Fraueisoo the ptst
winter at I7.&0 per bushel of 32 lbs. We war
rant those oats elean and genuine, at $4.00 per
sank of 72 lbs., or we will furnish them to be test
ed with common oats, to be put In well, In good
season, In clean land, and at the same time,
Thrre-fourtli of the excess wbicb the Norway
yields over the common oat must be delivered to
u at tbe granary on the farm where tbe erep i
raised, In pay for the seed furnished.
Salem, March 20, 1871. i. H. McCI.ANE,
v0n2tf. L. H. JVHHOS,
ALBANY BOOK STORE
K. A. FKEEIANr).
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER
A I baity - - - Oregon
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE PUBLIC
that bs be removed from the eld stand U
PARRISH'S BLOCK,
Where all are Invited, assured that Goods In bit
liue are sold at tbe lowest cash privet.
coxiTAxri.r ox rax;
mXDAllD AND jmt'KLLASEOrS BOOKS.
Juvenile. Toy Gilt and DUck Seeks,
OOl, It Ml. AD
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Of every kind used In the State.
.r-POOKS IMP0UTLD TO ORDER, a
short notice. DcelslMy
13 K Kit! UK Kit! I
ALBANY BREYERY.
CHAM. KIKFCIt, lrt'r.
T".'
UK FCBSCRIBKR HAS JUST ERECTED
new and firl-cla
BREW E TtST
Oa Oread Albia between First Street
aad tbe River,
Aod Is prepared to furnish
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
PRIVATE FAMILIES,
OX SHORT XOTICE!
Ill Orders Delhertd W newer Deilrcd.
He Warrants hi BEER
MADE OF THE BEST MATERIALS,
PERFECTLY HEALTHY!
II It confident be can give entire talis foe Hun to
alU
Dee. 59, '66. v;n20tf
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID-
QCICK CURES AND MODERATE CHARGES.
DR. Vf. K. IOIIEUTY'f4
PfUVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE !
rr-Kt. 6X9 Sscramente Street, corner
f Leidtwdorfl btreet, (a few durt
below What Cheer House.
Private Entrance on
Lcidctdorlf street,
San Prancisco.
EttalUiked txprtmlf te afford the ajllirted omsf
mmd scisoTic medieni mid in Ike treatment
mnd ceren oil Prieuttamd Ckrtm
it Vietmm, case of Seerf
eg mmd mil Sexual
iieereler.
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TO THE AFFLICTED.
DR. W. E. DOUEKTY hKTUKXei 11 IS SIN
cere tbankt to hi numerous patient for
tneir patronage, and would take tb:t opportunity
to remind tbem that he continue to consult at hi
Institute for tbe cure of cb route disease ef tbe
Lang. Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and tienito-Uri-nary
Organs, and sli private diseases, via . Syph
ilis in all it form and stages. Seminal Weakoe,
sad all the horrid ounsequonces of self-abuse. Gon
orrhoea, Gleet, Stricture. Nocturnal and Diurnal
emissions, Sexual Debility, Diseases of tbe Back
and Loins, Inflammation of tbe Bladder and Kid
neys, etc., etc.. snd he hopes that his lung experi
ence sad successful practice wUlcotrlinue to insure
him s share of public patronage. By the practice
of many year in Europe and tbe United States,
be it enabled to apply tbe most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against disease of all kind. He
uses no mercury, cbarget moderate, treat bit pa
tient in s correct snd honorable way, snd baa
references of unquestionable veracity from men
of known respectability and high standing in soci
ety. All parties consulting him by letter orotber
wite, will receive the beat and gentlest treatment,
sad implicit tecrecy.
To Female.
When s female is in trouble, er afflicted with
disease, as weakness of tbe back aod limbs, pain
la the head' dunned of tight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation of the heart. Irritability, ner
vousness, extreme urinary aitncntties, aerangi
ment of digestive funetious, generrl debility, va
ginitis, all diseases ot tbe womn. nysterta, sterin
ty, and all other diseases peculiar to females; tbe
should go or write at onoe to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. Doherty, at His meaieai institute
and consult bim about ber trouble and disease.
Tbe Doctor is effecting more curesthan sny other
physician in the State of California. Let no false
delieaey prevent you, but apply immediately and
save yourself from painful sufferings and prema
ture death. Ail Married Ladet whose delicate
health or other circumstances prevent sn increase
in their families, should write or call at Dr. W. K,
Doherty's Medical Institute, snd they will receive
averv oosstble relief ana neip. ine uoctort old
eet are eo arranged that he can be consulted with
out fear of observation.
To Correspondents.
Patient residing in sny part of the State, how-
ever distant, who may desire the opinion snd sd
vles of Dr. Doherty in their respective eases, snd
who think proper to submit s written statement of
tuch, in preference to Holding s personal interview,
are respectfully assured that their communications
will be held most sacred.
If tbe ease be fully snd candidly desoribed, per
sonal oommunication will be unnecessary, as in
struotions for diet? regimen, and the general treat
ment of tbe ease (including tbe remedies), will bs
forwarded without delay, and In tuch s manner at
te eonvey no Idea of the purport of the letter or
nareel to transmitted. Consultation oy letter or
otherwise, mis. Permanent euro guaranteed or
bo pay. Address, W. K. DOHERTY. M. D.,
, San Francisco, California.
Snermatorrhcea.
Ds. Dohsrtv has just published sn important
namnhlet embodying his own views and experiences
in relction to Impotence or Virility, being s short
treatise on gpermatorrboes or bemlnal weakness
Nervous snd Physical Debility consequent on this
affection, and other diseases of the Sexual Organ.
This little work contains information of the ut
most ralue to all, whether married or tingle, snd
will be sent FREE by mail on receipt ef six eents
in postage stamps for return pottage.
Addrest, W. K. DOHERTY. M. D.,
T3n38tf ' ' San Francisco, Csl.
YSTERS AND SARDINES, NUTS AND
Candies, snd other kniek knacks by
WHEELER at SDEDD.
coal om. 1
1 ,QOO GALLONS!
A LITTLE LOWER!
' v7ol5tf By YOUNG & CO.
A DVERT1SEMK 3fT S
XOTICE TO FARMERS !
WE WILL PAT-
S1.10 Per Bushel,
for good WHITE WIIE tT, on eeeonwr or In
goods, nnlil further notice, dnliwed to n in
Albany, Oregon. R. CIIEA&LK k 0(K
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ALBANY COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
ALBANY OREGON.
rpiIIS INSTITUTION WILL RE-OPEN ON
X Monday, Sept. 4, 1871. with a eorps of
Teat-hern, eapuble and earnest Instruction
will be thorough and practical, and tbe system
of order unsurpassed.
Por partirulars address
It. K. WAK11EN, A. M , Prs't,
vOnJOlf Albany, Oregon.
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EYE, EAR,
THROAT AND LUNGS!
JOHN B. PILKINGTOIT, M. D
I ATE OP SAXfRAXCLCO. HAS ESTAB
J LIHIIKD tnaci.r is POKTLAMi),
Oregon; OlEres 3 and 4 Holmes' Itoitdtng. Pirn
street. 2 dur from Ladd and Tiitou' Bank,
where he may be consulted daily, and will treat
disease of tbe abova named crgana at bit Ipe
eialiiiea. All operation on the Eye snd Ear made in
the most scientific and rareful manner. Artifi
cial Eye. having all the beauty asd mobility of
tbe natural Kje, inserted.
Refer for his professional standing to L. C.
Lane. M.D.. Prof, of Surgery, aud Edwin Bent
ley. M I)., Prof, of Anatomy in tbe University
of lb Pacific ; and for hi success in treating
patient to over I. -00 cases, name given, treat
ed by him in Kan Pranrie; also to Levi Kstes,
E., Portland, Wm. II. Dilbn, Esq., Vanoou
ve.,jubn Alexander. Esq., Coupvi!le, W. T.,
and many others in Oregon and W. Ter'y.
au2Sv7n2inft
fc DOW & CRANE. Is
CITY BOOT STORE!!
We have s large snd well selected stock of
men A buy coarse and fin BuOU California
and Eastern Shoe Brogan Gaiter Bilmorali
Oxford-Tie Ae Ac.
TO TUG LADIES
we would say call in and inspect cor extensive
lock ot gode consisting in part of Ladies,
Slutse and Children Cloth A Leather Gaiters
Cloth aud Leather tiuttuned fehne all Cloth A
Kid faced Balmoral! Aotoioettr. Conrres t
Empress Buskiut, Newport Nil -son Tie,
Kid Oxford Tic. Slipper. At Ae.
Our g-MMl ere of tbe latext style and of tbe
belt quality, all of wbicb we will sell a low at
can bo bought in Oregon, and warrant tbem
not to rip.
DOW 5cCS,lSrE,
FIRST ST, ALBANY, OREGON.
v7nfitt
LADIES1 EMPORIUM!
MRS. M. A. BRID9EFAHMER,
DESLCB IS
FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Y
ASD
F-AJCTSr GOOIDSl
DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING I
BLEACHING AND PRESSING IN LATEST STYLES
WSobp oa south (id Main tt, two doors 4
east of Mealey t tbop. A liar r, usscos.
Vfin46lf.
PROGRESS !
IS TBE
PHOTOGRATHIC ART!
I the order of tbe day, and the
' E HUE B IR, -A. 3ST T ' 9
Photograph it tuperior to anything yet out.
sarCAXi AND
J. A. WINTER,
Jan. 13, 1871-n22tf Albany, Oregon.
EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Wm. C. Alexander, President. Henry B.
Hyde, Vice President. George W. Phillips,
Actuary. James vr. Alexander, Secretary.
D. A. LANCASTER & CO.. GENERAL AGENTS.
Portland.' Oregon.
We desire to osll your attention to the advan
tages offered those contemplating Insurance by
tbe Equitable Life Insurance Society, as shown
by the following tables :
IN 1861 . IT WAS THE EIGHTH
IN 1862 snd 1863 IT WAS THE SEVENTH
IN 1864 snd 1865 IT WAS THE SIXTH
IN 1866..... IT WAS THE FOURTH
IN 1867......... . ....IT WAS THE THIRD
IN 1868 IT WAS THE SECOND
IN 1869 IT WAS THE FIKST
IN 1H70 IT WAS THE FIUST
The new buiinest in the year 1869 exceeded
that or any other Company by more than
thirteen million dollar. In 1870 iu
new business exeeeded sny other Company ten
minion uoiiars. i
Average site ui Policies issued by tbe fire
largest Companies in fiew lerk as shown by
Official Reports is .
Equitable eeeoeeeee MtMstss $4,004 00,
New York Life. ..:... ........ 2,735 00,
Knickerbocker......................- 3,692 00,
Mutual Life................... 2,684 00,
Continental........... 2,098 00,
thus proving conclusively that this Company is
fiatroniied by that class who srinoipaUy seek
nsuranoe as sn investment.
Life er Endowment Assurance
As a profitable investment is attracting tbe at
tention of shrewd business men, who are prop
erly coming to regard it not only as a nam
whereby the family may be protected, but, af
fording, as it does,
Absolute Security, .
And freedom from taxation, sn exeellont in
vestment .'or surplus funds. Every business
man knows of soorea, just as prudent, juxt as
eareful, just as energetie, economical and indus
trious as himself, who are now, by some sudden
tarn of ths wheel of fortune, left in their old
age destitute. . Every business man knows that
all tbis suffering might easily have been avert
ed by simply taklag a few of the thousapds
they have lost on unfortunate investments aad
securing an endowment policy. - Nearly every
business man intends to insure "hut in Any pro
erastinate till too late. Lot us respectfully urge
upon yonr attention tbe propriety of immediate
action. Fortune n proverbially fickle, and no
men can tell whs will be tbe results-of the rest
few year. G. S. S3EITH,
v7nl3m3. Special A'r fir Oregon
' .. . '' . - , - k h:- -
ADVERTISEMENT h.
THE GEEAT
BLOOD PURIFIER.
;',
Fi
An InfsIUb'.a Drools rx'mrrtrai.posgssn.
Ing rare TOMtc and stem visi! projiertle
a certain ear for sxatsctmA'SMss, ojx.
scuaiAfiA, sod all kindred Disease.
It completely restores the system when im
paired by disease, revives tbe action mt tbo
KIDinCTt mmf KSflTI. OtSOASHI, fsdls
tally cures ectsorui-A. salt bbci-u.
snd til Estt.'STrvsc mm carrAxEctje Eis
ssses, gives fnrmertl! sad permanent rtMet
In nvsrsnu, ksstiki.a4i. Tamers.
Boils, Scald Bead, Ulcers and Bore; eradl
taies from tbe syttem all traces of KercaTief
Discs sc.
It is rtmKW vcsXMSUE, being sstde
from sn herb found indigenous In CsWmis,
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for one by
Female and Children, as a tus rial.
riSCSX mmm BEMVTa.
For Sal by all Druggists.
tCOSRCTOR, NOSTCTTCS ACO.
AOKNT8,
B29 and 631 Market Street.
Eaa Francisco.
THE KET7 FOOD.
Tot a few cents you can buy
of your Grocer or Drnggist a
package cf SEA U0SS FABINE
made from pure Irish Hoss or
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
Busse, &c It is the cheapest,
healthiest and most delicious
food in the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and has no
eoual as a lieht and delicate
m
food for Invalids and Children.
4
A Glorious Change!!
THE GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC
Plantation Bitters,
This vronderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anchor of
tbe feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the asjed
and languid, it has no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for the nerrous weakness to
which women are especially 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 the
bodily strength and breaks down
the animal spirits. For sale hi
all druggists.
LOOK! LOOK!!
NEW STORE !. NEW STORE J
AT
M. PEARSON'S OLD STAND,
Corner First and Broadalhin Streets.
Having purchased the stork of M. Pearsos, and
added thereto a well selected assortment of
GROCERIES AND NOTIONS!
we hope hy attention to business and by fair deal
ing to merit the patronage oT our friends aud the
publis in general.
Our goods were bought for CASH and will be
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
GIVE US A TRIAL!
COFXTKY PRODUCE WAXTED.
3J-Goods delivered froe to sny part of eity.
A. C. LATTON,
Cor. First snd Brosdalbin St.,
.1an20TIn23yl Albany, Og'n.
ALBANY
LARD OIL & SOAP
MANUFACTORY.
ninS UNDESIGNED HAVING C0MPLE
I ted and put in good running order their
new .
LIED OIL km mt MASUF1CT0ET,
in the eity of Albsny, are prepared to purchase,
at the highest eash rates, all the
IOGS, RANCID BUTTER. SOAP
GREASE, ., Ac., , ,
dolivered to them in this eity. '
They are now manufacturing 'and have onr
hand '
FASCT TOILER AND C0HXQN SOAPS,
in great variety, warranted equal to the besQu
market, whioh they offer to the trade at tho
most reasonable rates.
Orders respeotfully ' solicited. Setisfecttonr
guaranteed.
Parties having Hogs, Raneld Batter, or
Grease of any kind, for sale, will de well to
give as a eall. K. CART WRIGHT A CO.
Nov. II, 1871 vTnHtf
HEMORRHOIDS.
A- e CAR OTHERS k CO'S PILE PILLS
Ah it OINTMENT" have sow beoome one of
the standard preparations of the day; is pre
pared and recommended for Piles eufy (whether
chronic orroeent). Sufferer nay depend apoft
it, that this remedy will give them permanent
relief frons tbis troublesome and damaging com
plaint. -
Sent postpaid to any address (wKhin the Unw.
ted States)-upon receipt of priee, $1.50. '
A. CAUOTHEaS k CO.,
n40vl Atnaoy. iiino t:o uresron. .
C
ASH PAID FOR WHEAT. OATS,
Sutter sad Eg'? by WUKELEK
at SiiiID5.
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