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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1871)
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BOOTH, SSSOli, ESATS, irSC., LTC
N V EROUEST A I' A LI. TO EXAMINE
J ihei.- si.x-'-c. h-:iin.; purchasing else
"V. hero, assuring purcha-ws
A Saving o" rifiy W&v Cent
I:t their prices.
Wo have fnciRMe for rrcerthig th
most rtKa;)!i.''c ifworinwni of goo .Is ever
te.lere 1 in 'ill is market, at ro-.lm-ed-rate;
u:il have adopted :s oar motto, -aic-v
uU tnul .mut!f j.r'jls.' .
"Call and Seo for Yc-arself.
kline & co.,
?i lr. T ITrseli, A133ty. Or.
IBW STOCK Z
TT.S'W OPENED OPT. AT STORK
I 1 reeeutlv oce-iv.ie i by A. Cowan , Co.,
on First s'. 'VJ-t, Albany, new ami well sv
leotcd stoek of
DRY' GOODS) FASSCY- Q000Ss
cist' Boys' 22svts,
SiOO'ivi AE HOES, '
Wood Ware, Crockery Ware,
Which he has purchase 1 in Pan Francisco,
lor coin, uml which lie will sell
AT THE PKSCES,
"fou OASn or' PRODUCE."
All who want the
KI25T tJOOSJfi AT LOWIAT PRICZ
Should give lsisn a call.
GEORGE TURRELL, '
First Street, Albany.
Albany, Septi 0, 1371.
f E W 1 N G M A U H 1 N-ES.
Hack Eye Sewing 33ncliine.
I'rlee S-f-5; ivltliout tabic, $2
.?eta rraxons vhy Um BucJtry Spring 2fa
chintt i wjKrfci' toauoUursi.
1. It id the simplest shuttle machine
2. It has less wearing parts.
3. It has no small springs or compound
cruii I s
4. It is better adapted to a large range of
work without change,
5. It has less pieces of machinery. - -C.
It is less Pablo to break needles than
any other machine. '- .,
7. The shuttle will wear longer than the
shuttle in anv other machine.
h. That it has the best feeding device,
which will never wear out, get out of or
der, break needles, feed unevenly, slip on
starched goods, or pucker the seam so that
one part of the fcbriewill come out shorter
than the other, which all other feeds are
liable to do. It makes every stitch of an
equal length. It is stronger than other
feeds. W can take a strong piece of clot h,
and put one Mid in our machine and the
other end in any other machine, and guar
antee that, our machine will take the cloth
from the other, in wnseqiience of the su
perior strength of the feed. :
It is the only feed strong enough to feed
thick pole leather, Hewing on Khoo stoics.
Ko soaping the cloth or any other aid is
It has no complicated machinery K-n
therefore is not linHe to get out of order.
It hoa a beautiful movement, making
nearly two thousand ntitches per minute.
The Buckeye shewing Machine makes the
lock stitch, the same an the Howe. Wilson,
Finger, and Florence, alike on both sides.
We offer a premium of one hundrerl dtillars
for any machine on this coast that will
make a stronger or more elastic stitch than
the Buckeye. For full particulars address,
MINER & PEARSON,
Gen. Agents, Albany, Oregon.
4 GENTS WANTED TS BYERY TOWN
and count v on this coast.
Address, UXEU & I'K ARSON,
S3. F. SETTLEKSKB,
Til Xl t-
' (Succeitr to I. W. Wakeileld;,
I'rtrri.-iK'a Xww rirst-Street,
DRUGS AXI MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILy, GLASS, KTC.
AH nriie 'e warranted pure, and of the
bef iua'iy. .
Phvu-U:u ravser'ntions carefully cora
pouu.led. " ' A!::iy, Oct. 17. LvJeWitf
I'A i'KNT .VI iiiUClNKS.
1) It V-G OO IXS & G roc hi II IKS.
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS !
rj-lUi CEI.i:ilKATKI 'GERMAN' BIT
l uvx imwut'X aw -tii; is a eertjsin re
lief for IJtfxp .';'. In-VjMiotu 11 iliuuxn
si ittartu.n ff h? f'vsr.
This is to certify, that the formula used
in theui:ni!iiUeti:ie r.f the German Pipifax
jiit ici-'i'has tieeii submitteil to mycaimina
tion.o'id i eheevfnl! v sta'.e the higredi-ms
are wed fcleett-.l atil coiu".iiied, producing
a r.itei-s which will no dou'ut poe a
UE.AL.TUi--1 1- T .Mf.miil prt vt ,t - 1f:i :IU n.
IIOII,ANi, M. 1.
learSir: I have examined thesample of
Bi;:crs pree.uied, an 1 ilnd it an .execed
inglv nk-asjim- cordial mid w7m.-.W.- i'.nv.
11. II. 'i'OI.AN 1. M. i'.
2IA&'5-Eit, & CO.,
tdLE AGKXTS OIt TIH-: VKITIill STATES,
Ciui Sf.i lUUtei-y Sr., Piin Franeicov tlv l
SAN FUANOISCO CAHDS.
We 'offer to country merchants the
AM rSXSlVS" ST4-5 ()!'
' VOOE) & BILLOW WAI! Zl
KrwSics, Brooms, Twia?s, 3EntcIi"s,
N D HOUSEK EEPrS-G ARTICLESG EN-
er.ii'.y, to be lVinr.d on the co-.isr, and
which v.o oiier at lower prices than" any
ot lie-house. Merchants visiting the city
wiil TinO it to their advantage, to call on us
beur puivhaing eh-ewhere.
( ;',? -rs i-mu!l .' a w! curt fill!! JiUid.
. Catalognes sent to any address when re
E. K. HOWES & CO..
Noa. IIS, 120 and VZ1 Front street, San i run
cisco, CaS, 4v4ni3
.STC K.- in c.
XV. II. HTA11IA5 & CO.,
Opposite the hotels,
Albany, -'Oregon, -
SUCCESSORS TO O.P.TOMPKINS & CO.
Fbrcre and- JLifl Pussips,
LEAD MIB IRON PIPE,
IIOISK FlTirVIKIIlXtl If AISWAVAKE,
Tin, Copper nnl Slieet Iron
liARGE-ST STOCK IX THE VAIXET.
Lowest Prices Every Tirae.
Kepalriirg- lroierly Done. 40v5
NOTICE TTO FAISI7IEISS !
RE All ESTATE
JT. MIST. R11ACEI
Is now opening a
ScSectetl. Stoeli r Jei5eraI
r-ItTi-Iuijidi C, .
Staple, and Fancy Dry, Goods,
Crockery unci 4n!ass Ware,'
COOTS 'S2SOES, '
PAINTS AND OIEP, ETC., ETC.,
VND'IS 'oFFE:JIX(J THE iOfTlS TO
1 1 ic puhl ie at prices eorreipondiag wit h
All kinds of merchniitnblcproduee taken
in exchange for goKls.
Come one, come nil. and exauiino prices,
at the old stand, formerly occupied by 1.
Heat h & yoii.opiiof-i'e Poster's bvsck.somh
side First street, Albany, Oregon. 31vU
-tRoCERIES AND PROVISIONS, in full
T's'.ippJv.jut't- re.ee i v ei 1 i y
:;v4 1 " ,J DirliOIS.
eoa-xsrr E'ixHt A ;:routItlfEji, Albnisy .
A. C. L.ll'TO?;, Proprietor.
A C.T.AYTOX. HAVING T'UKCHASED
2 . the snxrk of tieorge V. Young, and
added to it a large assort nient of
Solicits the "pfitronase of his friends and
the public. The stock is well selected, and
Sold at- tSae Ioivest Iriees.
We mean tntde, and will give you value
GIVE IS A TRIAL.'
A. C. I.AYTON,
Cor. First and Broadalbiu Sts.
' Wo-want vonr produce, and wdll give, ns
good a bargain as can be -found in this
burgh. C4il'ltnd see us. 20v3
Tho iinderslarne! py, nntil fiir
$1 12 perBusnciror Wlicat,
OR 91 25 on account or in goods, deliv
ered at Albany, Oregon. .
R. CHEADLE & CO.
WE AVIUi ALSO PAY
30 cents per Dozen for Effgs,
And thirty cents per iMnnl
FOll GOOD FRESH BUTTER,
ITn til further notice.
Seiit. 23-8V3 It. CIIEADIE & CO.
IK. E. O. SMITH, DENTIST,
I. litmlmll, Assistant,
HAS LOCATED IN Ap
banv, and is now ready
to wait on the citizens of Al-
KS"H lt insists in
Bupporting the plate to the moatlmthcwt
covering the wnoie ruoi, -- i.vv,.
Thoi w-ishing artiticial teeth are request
ed to call and ewmine for ttaemselves.
Also, plates mended, - whether JftrttaJIy
broken ordlvhiea. xoein, "V
out paba-' Office over TurreU'S btore. AU
HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
KEAL ESTATE AEXT, ALKA5i Y, O J5.
G IVES 'ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO
X buying and selling rd eastate, leas
ing or "renting city uropcrty : has a num
ber of verv disii-able farms for sale, situ
ated in desirable localities. Also, a num
ber of desirable familv residences and
vacant lots in the city of Albany for sale,
on very easy ternis.
E I. I C AE T E K, ;
TTiriEL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL
V busiiK's;i pK'.rfaining to that oflice
wldh may be entrusted to his care.
OEXEKAL FIXASOAIi AO EST,
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF COLLECT
ing, adiust ing or securing debts, n
goliatkig loans, collecting rents, etc., etc.
Is agent for
THE NORTH AMERICA 3EETT7AL
IIFE INSURANCE CO. THIS COMPA
j ny is one of the most reliable, aud
presents as favorable terms for insurance
as any company in the United States.
Persons wishing to avail themselves of tho
great benefits of life insurance will find it
tb'dr interest to insure in this office, and
with a local agent. All jxilicies endorsed by
Uit' State of 2icw York.
Office corner of Broadalbin and First
O WEET POTATOES, per last steamer, by
Q 3-4 DvBOIS.
5,000 IOitkIi- Oats
I WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
price for all the clean oats delivered at
1 A. C. LAYTON'S,
3-rn3 Albany, Oregon.
r v FEANK A. COOK,
Bookbinder and Blank Book IKanu
titcturer, SALEM, OREGON,
HAVING ESTABLISHED A FIRST
class bookhindery in Salem, is now
prenared to do all manner of work known
to the trade, r
Magas!ine8,newspapers and music bound
in any desired style. w .
Old books re-bound. ;
Blank books of every description, with
or without printed headings, manufac
tured to order. .
Blanks, of every kind, ruled and printed
In Ofay's Brick Block, 43m4
REAL ESTATK DBALEfl,
No. CI 3isl street, I'ortlaitU, Or.
R E AL ESTATE in this OT Yand EAST
POKTLAN D. in the most deslmbto locali
ties, coiirtiMtSug ef M ITS, HA EE BLOCKS,
and BLOCKS, HOUSES and STORES ; also,
IMPROVED FA EMS, and valnable un
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL partsof
the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE, and other projMnty,
purchased !' r corriisv0" dent, in t h is t :iT Y
and throughout the .STATE and TEttKI
TORIES, -vii h great care and on the most
nOFSES and STORES leased, LOANS
NEGOTIATED, fl-nd CLAIMS OF ALL DE
SC'IMPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED;
and a ireneral FINANCIAL aud AGENCY
AGENTS r.f i bis OFFICE, in all the CI
TIES and TOWNS in the STATE, wih' re
ceive descrlntions of FARM' PliOPEHTY
and forward the same to the above :'.l-
HEAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Front ami Washington Sis
SALE & .PURCI1A
triven to the
Iu all rarls of Oregon.
BE Ol' UUAL
On lirst mortasrc real estate, and
tk'S" SubsTilenj finding an after their
namesure Informed that theirsiVbseript ion
expires with that number, and tftey are in
vito! to renew it. Terms f.t jJvv annum,
in. advance : six mom bs, t3 ; thFs- tuont hs,-
Iegal tenders received w6 par from
suUicrilxsrs in the Eastern Stat!. . c
Xotick. From ami after this lat
J. Grathvohl will tleliver, free of eliarge
to any poi tion of the city, stoves, tin
ware, groceries, or any other merchan
dise purchased at his store. Call and
examine goods. '
llvl J. GRADAVOIIL,
Corner I irst and I erry street?.
A. Wheeler, dealer in jreneral
inerehaudlH:. A larre ftoek "of all
kind.- iiow in store and for sale at low
rates. All kind-s of produce bought at
hl-jhest market rate.
Gash paid for Wheat, Oats, Pork
Butter, "-Egg, &c, &c.
FuKNn i'iii: Of all kind -?, styles and
fini-h, cheap and hiidi-priced, ealeuki-
tel to suit the fanev of the mo?t fastid
ious, or the pockets of -the poorest, can
!)e obUilned at Mealey'iV The Avare-
rooun are overflowing with an entire
new sttK'k, and those in neeil of any
thing in the line of furniture are re
quested to give the establishment an
E 3 eel I go' rSotic-c.
nPHE ANNUAL ELtCCTION OF OFFIC--L
ers of the cil v of Al'ianv, Linn count v,
Oregon, win be held on Mondav, the 4th
day of reccmber, 1S71,iit theotlleeof the
f bounty Tivasurcr, in the Court House in
Siiidcitv: and the rxP.i wi!i ln'oiii'iiwl nt
'.) )-eIx'ri in the morning, anl closed at i
o etocc m me cvciimg oi sal t tuiy.
By order of the Citv Council.
: Nov. 18, 1871-11 w2 City Recorder.
Y5Ti.'rs x'ii sMMirvirs -vrrTS -vti
J Canuics. and ot her knick-knacks, sold
bv WM!er. r SHEDD. Hv4
AN E-S Ct N 1 dCNSED, THOM-
.j as' ( ol.l water Blcacniii'r, and other
kinds. Sold by WHEELER.
Hv4 at Shedd.
. . t rayed or Stolen.
T7'lor my farm, tither
Av miles cat of East Portland,
about the 1st of August, lj'71. Ar
il small BAY MAR E, deseriijed Li
Agents for the sale of
r.ots and blocks
HOLLADAY'S ADDITION TO
Have for pale a large amount ' of
IMPROVED As UNIMPROVED
Sltuitcd In diflcrent parts of the
State, on the line of the railroad.
To emigrants and Others, relating
RESOURCES OP OREGON,
AT.T CORRESPONDENCE WI1L
HAVE PROMPT LlTTENTlON.
as follows : About 14 hands high, 6 vears
old, branded C on the right shoulder, wh ite
taee, one mni leg wmte, sliod tefoi-e, and,
when last seen, lad a small liell, attached
to a strap, around her neck. 1 will amply
conpx'nsate anv one return ing stiid mare
to me, or giving me inhumation of her
whereabouts. F. P. CAVINESS.
November 13, IS" 1-11 w4
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, PORK,
Butter and Ktits. !v WHEELER, at
"CLOTHING and TJOOTS and SHOES a
V- flue assortment, very lowby WHEE-
j-rK, at tsieuu. iiv4
FKANKLTX 3IEAT MARKET,
J. SI. IIERROS, Proprietor,
TS STILL ON HAND TO SUPPLY Cus
tomers with anv and all kinds of meats.
at the lowest market rates. By strict ai
tent ion t o business, he hopes to give ent i re
sat isfact ion to all who mav lavor him with
their patronage. 3v4 J. R. 1IERRON.
CITY AKD COCXtr.
pREStrcM?. To the person sending;
ns the largest number of new subscri
bers to tl ItEGij-TEif, ''accompanied by
the cash (the nuhiber not to be less than
two hnndred), befoi-e the first of Jan
uary, 1872, we will iresent on that
dayVsix -twenty-ilollargold iieces, with
three-extra copie3of the paper. -
To the person sending us the, largest
nnmher of nety subscribers to "the liww
isi Eir, with the cash (number not to le
less than one hundred), lwfore the fiit
oi'Janiiitiy, 1S72, we will present on
tluit- day three twenty-dollar gold
pieces, with two exti-a copies of tht
paper. - , , . ...
To the peison sendiinr ns the l:irrest
numher of new-subscribers to the Ki:o
iSTiat, with the cash (number not to l;r
less i-haii lt'fty), we will present on that
day tsventy-five tlollars iu gold . coin,
and a copy of the paper.
To the iierson setidiug us the Ianrest
number or -new subscribers to the lti:;
i.ster with Mie cash (number not to l.
less than twenty) we will pesent on
that tlay ten dollars; iu American gold
Any lady or gentleman wishing to
avail themselvey of the above liberal
offers, can obtain specitneii copies of
the kegister by application to tins
oluce, without liarge.
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES.
Plows, and all kinds of Agricultural
Machinery, sold by WHEELER, at Shedd.
HARDWARE for Builders, for Smiths,
and for Farmers sold by Wheeler, at
r ARD AND HAMS, a splendid lot coun
J try, by 3v4 DUBOIS.
JOIIT KELSAT. JOSEPH HAKKON.
KELSAY AlIANXON,' ! .
Attorneys and t'oiuiselora at -law,
' J : (litrfner for IJnn county),-, ' '
OFFICE IN POST OFFCE BUILDING
(up stairs), Albany, Linn count v, Ore
gon. ; . fttfvS
DRUGS and MEDICINES, PAINTS and
Oils, Glass and IuUysold by Wheel
er, at SHEEO. , Hv4
WOOL SHAWLS, Ions and so wire, plaid
and striped, for sale by WHEELER,
at Shedd. Hv4
ANDIES, Ntn, RAISES S, etc., fresh
and cneap, oy av nvtyjiv.
1J ILL-HEAD PAPEli, ALL SIZES, JUST
received and for sale at this office, low
for cash. i
IN WARE, GLASS WARE, CROCKE
erv. Lamps, &c, &c, sold by Wheeler,
at SHEDD. llv
BLANK DEEDS MORTGAGES. ETC.,
on hand-latest styles-and for sale
low. at this office. . -- -
37RESH FRUITS, peaches, grapes, apnles,
4 pears, etc.. by 3v4 HuBOIS.
T7RESH VEGETABLES, In full i mpply. by
US. LAND OFFICE, OREGON CITY,
. Oreoon, October 19th, 1871 : Com
Plaint having been entered at this Office
C Jf:REMIAH SHEA ajralnst COE FUR
MAN forabandoninar his Homestead Entry
No. 841, dated May Kith, 1867, upon the Lot
1 of Section 27. and Lots I, 2 and 3, Section
3fi, Township 13 South, Range 1 East, in
Linn county, Oregon, with a view to the
cancellat ion of said entry : the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this
Office on the 23d day of November, 1871, at
10 o'clock A. M., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged aban
donment. OWEN WADE, Register.
7v4w4 HENRY WARREN, Rect.
Hunting is fine sport to a successful
huntist. We' do not belong to the
successful class, however. We were
not born in the right constellation, or
at the -right phaze of the moon, we
suppose,, to render us a successful hun
ter. We always could hunt, and, mer
cy, hunt always ; but scarcely ever
could do more than hunt -the game we
killed never coit a great loss of physi
cal strength to bring home. We never
lost our appetite hunting, either .;' nor
do we remember ever having satiated
it to repletion wSh anything our skilK
ever brought to the "biling'pot. liu
our boyhood days we hunted numer
ously long did we hunt; but not
many game, we opine, can ever rise
up and call, ns "cussed." Somebody
else didst it "twarnt us, The dispo
sition was tliere, but somebody .. else
always killed ; them before we did.
Iast Satuntay we took one of our suc
cessful hunts. Two noted liimrods
went with us. . Geese and ducks weiv.
reported in swarms, lighting in and
Hying over the wiieat fields could al- .
most shoot them with a pop or squirt
gun. - Took plenty of ammunition
oh, yes lots.' On the way out, the
horse we were driving along in a
mighty brisk walk, Avas effectionate
ly admonished with the whip to in
crease the ratio of his : walk, as we
didn't .wish to be all day on the rout.
The suggestion was favorably received
by iiis hinder parts, which took an ex
centric elevation and a backward pro
pulsion landing half of the dxjsh-board -against
several -of our shins.S Think
ing the animal was making "game"
of us, we quit "playing.' Just before 1
we arrived at the "hunting.; grounds,"
it began to rain. It was the wet kind
went in through the clothes ; cold
it went; for the Zephyrs fanned hard.
Bravely we went out, however, and
hunted. Stpiatting behind the fence,
stooping low, our water bedim med
eyes waited for a glance at those' fly- -
iuggee.se. Soon they came. Squawk.'
squawk, went the geese bang , went
our gun, : and ,e hastily sat down, as
the geese hastily flew- on. It was some
damp where we.sat ; oh yes, damp
and cold ; we feel it yet. And there
we hid in the feuce corner, and our
companions laid down in tbe gi-ass out
in the field, and shot ; and the raiu
trickled down our backs, and we shot;
and the damp soaked through our
pants, and we took the cramp in one
of our several legs, -we don't know
which, now, for the most of eni did,
and it was line fun : yes? you bet
line fun. We came home that night
in the dark. Four geese lay in the
bottom of our buggy, as the result of
our skill that is that is all of ns.
All that our individual skill killed Hew
away, except one. We. were-wet, and
cold, and covered with mud; and out
several dollars, bnt it was fine sport
fine sport. We think of going again
next year. ' ."-.' ' ,
Temperance Sociable.- The soci
able given by the Good Templars of,
this city on Tuesday night, at their
hall on corner of First and Broadal
bin streets," was largely attended,'' and.
proved more than usually interesting.
The uieeting was opened by prayer, by
Itev. Mr. Siiaw, followed by speeches
from Rev. Mr. Miller, of Corvallis,
Kev. Mr. Irvine, G.W.C.T. Jacob
Stitzel, of Portland, and Jacob Conser,
of Jeflerson. During the interval be
tween speeches, Mr. Hart, Agent of
the O. & C. Railroad at this city, en
tertained the audience with choice "
music, both vocal and instrumental,
which, by the way, was a big feature
in the affair. The hall was crowded,
and judging from the bright aud smil
ing faces all around us, all enjoyed