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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1872)
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New Fcmhtohe. Messrs. E. D
Whitlow A Co- nave opened a ftir-
nltiire store in this city, three doors
below J. Conner's Bank sec their
mtvcrtiicnietit elsewhere. We notice
tliey liave received mid are fitting np
some very nice fnmlture. A walnut
bed-rwm set Is especially neat and
tasty : MM nett parlor sets, bureau,
lounge, chair, and in feet a large
I amount and variety of furniture to
suit the taste and means of all. I p-
holterlng and repairing solicited.
Everybody is Invited to call on tliem.
Bead their card.
CoirVAi.i.w TiTMrEBAxcK Mmrso.
! On las Friday evening a mass Tem-
" neranee mectlne was new in or-
n frost valli. at which spceclies were deliver
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a MM r.-r-c-tiain 'Tf t imaaetatms.
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nliiiut teimiemturc on the 4th ami isth,
""kit: iSSSt on the IStli andMtlyM
de. Highest temperature dm-hig the
month on theft ami lth,S7 d? lowest
on theith, Wdegs. Nmnbcrof clcnrdnys.
13: ciouuy, i yn) . j-"
.. rmiiv mnralnn. 17: wind south. HI
days: north, lidays.
Roimorr Thief Cait.itt; About
three o'clock on Friday morning of
last week a thief entered the bar-room
of the St. Claries Hotel and abstract
ed from the clothiug of Jake Brenner,
aon of the proprietor of the Hotel, two
derringer, two purses
and the O.W.S., and editor of the
Good Templar, M. C. Oeorge, and
otliers. A good time generally is rc
norted : rtnd we are Inclined to bc-
frost i lieve the report, from the fact that
n troat ... ... .... -. if t .mllMM-ltc
9 1 11 IS suillTl, on Hie "-- ..j.
that tlie Grand Worthy Chief want to
1 ...I.l. ,.1. l.A. , . , .....1 ....ttln.r lit)
lied Ull Ills IWh Oil, )" ..'"o TV
very early, got or tried to get into the
wrong ;or right which?) room !
A Crtviso Kviu The manner in
which the city street lamps are man
aged Is an absolute aggravation.
Part of the time the lamps from j
Ferry to Ellsworth streets (two blocks)
are lighted, and part ot the time only
as far as Broadalbln street (one block),
leaving the very portion of the city
where the light is most needed (Dixie)
in total darkness. Hie lamps at the
corner of Lyou and rlrst and Second
streets, the most Important points in
tlie whole system, are not lighted at
all, of late. The one on the corner of
I.yon and First street Is entirely wortlr
lesa. so far as getting light from It is
concerned, and a new one should be
put up. From thl point to tlie found
ry, tlie limps to our knowledge,
never have been lighted up. Why
this negligence? Citizens generally
donated money to help the city pur
cliase elegant lamp posts and fit them
up, and tliey want them put to, tlie
use for which they were erected. They
eitlier want lliose lamps lighted up
tliese dark nights, or else the lamp
posts taken down, sold, awl their
money refunded. Business is business.
4 f AI.IJIL trirl MIM hlllsllllMT 1 1I-
uuuinflii) ... v.,.. y, ---
to the parlor tlie other night ami told
her fatlier. when he noticed her bloom,
that site had been enjoying unseen
happiness. The old gentleman tlmtwlit
slieliadbeen pravlng. and was glad.
...i...!... liir Instem! the
ill, IIC 13 U IHWD IlK,ii , ""v - -
wicked Kss lunl tn-en klssl by kr
A T.aut.k Vou mk would not con
tain tlie mass of testimony which has
accumulated in tavorof 11'iVw "'
smaof HVWCAwmias auife. efrMont
and reliable remedy In enriiig
cokUand pulmonary disease. Manv
..f tlie enres are truly wonderlttl.
is more commended tliau
Bounds, Woodcock & Co.,
l'roiirtetow Mannfiu-torow of
: Grain Separator,
Received the Diploma at the Stats
Fair of 1671.
PIUCE REIUCKD TO
Lebanon axi Vicisrrv. We call
tlie attention of the citlens of Leb
anon and vicinity to the advertisement
of Jas. L. Cowan elsewhere in tills
issue. Mr. Cowan lms pmvlsntd the
interest of A. Cowan & Co. In tlie
general merchandise business in Leb
anon, and will endeavor to accommo
date all old customers as well as new
and some jewelry, and from the per-' . . , ai?ortment 0f goods, at
sou of an employe of the house, who ; wry ovct nteg for or p.
fiiwit in an autoiiuin: imiu, .
screw and a half-dollar. The thief
fhen went through the parlor into tho
bedroom of the landlord, and at
tempted to take a pair of pantaloous
lying under the pillow of his bed.
The landlord, being a light deeper,
awoke, and "went for" the thief,
who decamped hurriedly, through the
back yard. As he was climbing the
fence, Mr. Brenner, having procured
a pistol, fired once or twice at him,
but the night being very dark be miss
ed his man. Mr. Brown, the night
watchman, then came tip, took the
case in Hud, and mainly through his
exertion, the sunnosed thief, one Wm.
Kelley, was arrested, tried, and locked
up to answer, in default of $300 ball.
The goods were all found where the
thief had hid them, under the Magno
Professor Rogers' Lbctobb.
The lectures by Professor Rogers,
which were delivered in the Metho
dist church but Saturday and Sunday
evenings, were both interesting and
profitable. The inclemency or tne
weather interfered with the attendance
on Saturday evening; but the lecture
on tlie mecbanisiB of the human body
illustrated by charts, was none tlie
less valuable and pleasing to the good
ly little company fwesent. On Stm
day evening a very fcir audience as
sembled. The argumentsor evidences
presented by the Professor in fitvor of
delivered with characteristic force and
animation, must have carried convic
tion to the minds of any unbeliever
dure. His long exiierience in the Misi-
ness will euable Win to glvecustomers
tlie best of bargains. Call mid ex
amine his stock.
Venison. Messrs. Jason Wlieclcr,
Abe Haekleman, Martin Paine and
Dr. Alexander returned from tlie
mountains the first of the week re-
nortiim a splendid lnint, the only
drawback being the excessive dry
weather out there. Game was very
shy, but tliey succeeded in getting
twelve deers tliat they kuow of. We
are indebted to Mr. Wheeler tor tlie
nicest venison ham we have seen
dnrinir tlie season. We wish tlie
quartette may always have as goal
luck when hunting the royal deer.
Spi.kmid Beef. On Thursday, J.
L. Harris bought fourteen bend of
the fattest and finest looKing neei-
mttla that liave arnica red in tins mark
et for a long time, for which lie pakl
nine cents ner Dound net. Harris is
determined our citiiens shall have
nd sipaks and roasts as long as he
runs a hntfher Tltim, Tliese cattle
werebousht of Vanderpool. of Ben
ton mnntjr. and were brought from
his ranch in tlie coast range.
Ssow Storji. A suo w storm pre
vailed nearly tlie entire day on Sun
day, and Sunday night was Utter cold
the coldest niirht of the winter.
Some sleighing was done on Monday.
But under tlie Influence of balmy
breezes and a bright snn, tlie 'snow
Bitkkves. The wav E. E. Miner
No Daxbee. A gentleman jtt-t
down from llarrlsburalmformstuOiat
the railroad bridge at that point is all
right, all reports to the contrary notwithstanding.
Fl KS.-Mcs.srs. Blaln, Young & Co.
oiler to purchase till kinds of furs, for
which tiiev will pay the htgiiesr mark
et price iu cash. Bring iu your furs.
A Success. Mrs. Duniway lectured
at Harrisburg on Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings, in the Academy, to
crowded housis. Slie lectures at Jct
fersou this evening.
Moktitart. Two deaths reported
near Harrisburg during the week owe
a Mrs. Clover, verging on eighty
years of ace, and Mrs. Scribncr, alii
Temperance Meeting. A public
temnerauce ineetlne will be held, at
Good Templar Hall In this city, on
next Tuesday evening. AH are u-
Visitors. Ouite a number of taw-
I yers, nearly all of whom are retalited
in the great Foster-Monteitn stir,
have visited our city this week.
FURS! FURS! ICRS!
THE HKJllKST l'RK KS IVVIUDitAHU i
for ull kinds of Mm W
1H.AIN. YOlMi W. !
Albany, Teh. 9, Ti-Mtf ;
(Sneo-s.-or of A. Co an A Co.)
KEEP ALWAYS OS HAND A
nil for sale t the Lowest Prtev fr t'a
or l'r uil ilcv .
feii'.Auuersninoiiw A ',ran Co.,
nn sume ov ennui's im ui f
These Machines an- warranted mbslnn
tlallvma.le.anda.v not o 1; ""fTJ-Wg
In clVuiiliiK Wlinit for seed, ami art) inn.
ly as itooU for etoininj.' uh. ,
Semi tn vonr or lers.au I we wlU warrant
; suisfterln'n. AiWrr-w,
UOL'NDN WOOl OOt CO.,
Jan. M, 137i-21ni5 "
DOWHi IT UOVM.
C. B. 0OMSTOCK CO. HAVE ON
hand a large amount of
Choice Seed Wheat
of evcrv Variety, wliieli they offer for wlc
BtURKATLY IIEKICKD Pit l 1.
atf wm. a. NKvvmitY, At.
FEED! FEED! FEED!
Vt B. fOMSTOCK CO. HAVE o.
luiml laree lt of iika.v
lUiinantof (SKIP EEEO.niiiie from P"rv
wheat, whleh tliev offer Tor wteaj reason
able rates. WM. S. NEWISl lt.
Iwiroary , wnran
WHOLESALE k) RETAIL
A. C. Layton,
"jAMtS L. tWAS.
present. Tlie Professor will lecture j & c are eettine red of tlieir new in
gain one month lience. 0f Buckeye Sewing Machines, Is
atonishing tlie natives. Head tlieir
new ad. this morning, and If you
want to give your wife pleasure, Jxiy
a mad line.
New BisrNESS nousK. Messrs.
t'artwright, Westlake & Morris have
purcliased ground on the northeast
corner of First and Ellsworth streets,
and intend erecting a large agricul
tural warehouse thereon. The build
ing will be 41xS4 feet, and will be
kept full of all kinds of labor-saving
implements and agricultural machin
ery. Thus Improvements and busi
ness are gradually making their way
toward the east end of town, and a
few vears hence tltat portion of the
city will be the centre of tlie third, if
not tlie second, city in Oregon. Speed
CnASOEDTBOPmrrORS. The Fro
wtan Buildings, Soap Works, etc,
late.lv iinn-hunl bv C M. fjartwriediL
has obtained an addition In the way of
nronrietors. Messrs. Cvrus Westlake
and A. B. Morris having bouglit equal
interests therein. The name and
aryle of the firm will hereafter be
t'artwright, West lake & Morris.
Messrs. VYetflake and Morris paid
f9,333?i tor their two thirds interest.
ThU makes a ttrons, energetic, work
ing team, and we wish them the full-
eat measure of success.
.' Pmmiuiih.-We read In tlie Yreka
J mrml f one George Cromwell
(son of the old man), who baa been
suffering trom a painful eruption and
gweillog of the neck, caused by wear
ing paper eoHan. It may not Le
generally known that paper collars
..,,s,i a nranaration of arsenic, and
. when, wet effect tome people in a
rimUar manner to that of poison oak.
Parties who wear paper collars buouUI
remember tills, and when engaged In
any work that raises the perspiration,
Or when out In the raiu and liable to
t ret, alwukl take them off, If they
do not wish to best' WUed
pecks, boils, etc.
Lost. Between this city and Cor-
vallis; on Thursday, February 1st,
1872, a gentleman's gray sliawl. The
nerson finding and retunilne said
shawl to tills office will be suitably re
Bitst. Our lawyers liave been very
bttsv "eettlntr up pairs" for several
days past, and we expect some poor
devil will get skinned to the bone,
soon. There's nothing like business,
you know ; and where one gains
somebody must necessarily lose.
Cdtlert. A. rarothers & Co.
liave a eood assortment of superior
pocket cutlery, stationery, pens, ink
and envelopes, hi addition to tlieir
huge stock of drugs, paints, oils and
School Exinhrrios. A school
exhibition, free to all. is to be elven
at the Harrisburg Academy in the
latter part of next month. It will
prove an Interesting occasion.
Personal John Farrel arrived
from San Francisco on Tuesdav. He
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is to take charge ot Uurd & ( o.'s mill
Company. Two thieves now occupy
our ten thousand dollar Jail, and as
tliey will lie company tor oueanother,
a break out Is not apprehended for a
Albany, Oregon, boasts of tlie cham-
nion temiieranee m.in 11.. ha. a!mA,l
the pledge ninety times. IMietitt.
Who In thunder tokl that on Mart
Born On the 1th lust., to tlie wife
of Mr. A. B. Morris a boy. Just
what tliey wanted.
Stobm. We were visited by a heavy
rain storm on Wednesday night, to!
lowed by beautiful weatlier on 1 Hup
Woodsheds. Tlie 0. 4 C. Rallraad
Co. liave recently erected at this place
two woodslieds, 31l.jxl00 feet lu sfae.
- mum m m A,
A IIOAXV-The report that Douglas
lias lieen Hiall aial chained" by the
Slieriff, is contradicted.
Buixo.Ijte lieavi- rains have sent
tlie W illamette up again.
rinnurlni nml (omntrftal.
Gold In Xew York, 100',.
Lecal TetHlers, 90'.,a91,'aC
The hiM(e Telfair was advertised io
sail for Portland to San Juan, "an
imo and Sitka on Wednesday ; the
California for Pnget Sound and ic
toria on Thursday; the Mnnofor San
Francisco on Saturday to-morrow
at 4 o'clock P. M.
San Francisco telegram? quote
wheat at 2 52 25 f 100 tts. Oats
1 70 f 100 fts. Potatoes OOSOOc f
Albany markets quiet. neat son
quoted at 90c per bushel weak. Xo
change to note hi prices from last report.
TABLE Talk. Pleasant conversa
tion at the table while eating Is con
ductive to liealth and pleasure.
This eat-and-nm habit kills more
people than any one realties. No-
...l,,.-. In 1. uvn-M i it tlHICtlCtd SO
II, ... "V. ...l.V. B.
much as lu America, wliere people
live to make money instead of making
money to live.
Here brains bone, muscle, Wood awl
HE. iru . r.iiLu.1 into iiumev. luonev.
money! Nobody amounU to any thing
without money, and liealth andicom
fort are sacrificed to obtain it.
It is a curiosity to sit down at aob
11c table and notice the way business
l - 1 . ,, lu., .UaiOAllv0 or.
people iiiihkw uiuiihiuii -
gans by liasty eating, swallowing tlieir
food withont proper inastication.
Many eat in five or seven minutes
...u, nirfnrhiulniai u-lwri M ins-
wni v.. " ,
tine to tlieir health, they shouhl oopn-
py I iron) i-wemy w mhitj wiuukq "
lave not yet reaHztM the rateernbl
wMiseuueiiWii wui.oiirvie.s.-iy uma uw
4 l .1 I..,.., UMU. flfW
WOnBf JHIE WKJ iMYf iiu wwu
llAIHUHItf. Hi if. t.llf TWMM dVtflK
.,1j li.a luMiit at tlu. ii- tnitli arifl U hi l-
o he liad taken amhig In time to
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E. D. WHITLOW & CO.,
Importer and Deulcn In
Flrst-St., 3 doors below Conner's Bank,
Keeps constantly on hand for snle
BUck Walnut Pailw .
Ul enamoer aeoi,
Painted Chamber Setts,
Dining room and
of all kinds;
L SriUX H ATBESSES, "
Ft LIT ft Kl'KKKA BKIW,
UkHolutlon of 'opBrtner.lI.
Tiif. coPAnTJ Eiwiin' hkrktofoisf.
cxMinslietween K- K. hi ' anil M.
Pearson, under the linn-name of Miner S
wreon.ls this ilai dissolved bs mntnal
twisent. K. K. Miner will eollwt an t re
wive all iiMinevs due the 11 i iu in i ' 1 w i II l ni.v
Albany, Jim. , lsTMlwl
I 1IAVK ALWAYS LN STORK A rXLL
and complete suiiply of
Which I will sell lor (ivdi as low astlio
lowest, or exehauge lor iUI kinus 01 uiei-
WHOM IT MAY COXCKRX :
um.. ,,..mv unirn.Mi mil I w
credit to any person in my name withont
an order from my band,
Ubunon, January ii, WIt41w4
Rocoired and tn store a largo quantity of
which 1 will sell cheaper I him ever before
olfercd in this market.
AaTISHKS TO INFORM THt, LAI)IF
W of Allxiny and vicinity, thai Miss M.
M. JOHNSON- ha taken elmnie of her
.Hlllliiery Had l)r-Malu More.
She Is prepared to do all kinds oi won.
In that line. -
SST( A LI, AND SKK.ja
AlbanyVJau. 19, W74-i0tt
Ciri extend a general Invitation toall-
lfl iCiilV ill I ills uii'i my"inis,,a
baTcounties, to mil and csain-KI
lri ine ipialilv and prices
fraTof goods", as, I feeljj
CisTcouBdont of myJM
.A ...i.... :.wl.,Ki,.,l ,,, ItlHiilrlflel A Co..
are requested to call and settle tlieir uc-
coimts luiiueuiaieiy, u m u ".
lawuatswlll lie left In tho lnd of the
iironerotllcer for collection. We are clos
ing out our biwlness,and will collect aU
amounts due us tn thirty days,
W. J. IHLTABlDKL ft CO.
Jan. 19, 18714014
hi all Its branches. Orders flUed with
promptness and dtapatch.
Kcpulrintt A Mannriwlurlng
done to order.
egtiood delivered toany part of the city
CiTAll our work warranted.
diva a a Call and Examine our
K. D. WHITLOW CO.
February" 9. "7a-'B
HARDWABE for Builders, for Smiths,
and for Farmers sold by Wheeler, at
Buck Eye Sewinit Machine.
A, C, LAYTON,
Inferior lawyer sometimes bring re
proach upon their noble profession by
f....l.l.w. .. ,i I. , tlum
ujstllMiiK miucaoco HIIU II. ta
comforting to see them disagreeably
n.luliul A V, Vitun of Tiulhina.
,.'luir, a u-tlrUMM MUVnualAil iivlvA tt trtl
In Imf ali.lr I,i,31m.ii.I miui-.,niwl "no If
W IfV lis. m llllTUUiru. UIIO I V -w "W mm
her husband died site could easily get
anotlier." 'i'lie woman alapped nil
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lilCC HI OIR'tl WUIb, nilU UW TOVIUI
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d in.li ii served mm rigni.
"Alii Ttutn" V ritaa m front f'nn
!itieut to sav lb tt "free leva" U a
Kiiirlitv nlra iloet Ine for a fresh, lively
man or woman, but for a person who
is all worn out by hard work It don't
amount to much. A worn-out wife,
alio thinks wouldn't like her husband
to indulge in the luxury. "Old
Bcty" b a sensible wotnau.
UROM AND AFTER DATE, IN TIL
X1 further notice, the company wj
patch a lwot from Allmny to Corvulltoon
Tuesday watt KrMy Vmth Week.
Also, will dispatch a I mat from Albany
for Portland and Intermediate place on
u..me ditvs. leaving CouutiK-k ft to. s
wharf. . . .
Fare at Keaucea nana.
J. D. BILES,
I)cc. 16, 1871-W Axrmt.
Price 45 ; without table, 3S
SOU) IK OREGON
For tho Year 1871 !
Ha r amitf eaa Afford to b
The wneee oi ne. iwi' . . -."j:
without a rival on this iaat. nar.
wlio now iwe pronounce them to Be
nncrpouieu tur muiuj
EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED.
TIM BUCKEYE makea the Iltch.
other mw hlne, therefore are lew mux .
get out oi oruer.
OLD HORSE SALE.
rpilE FOLLOWINO LIST OF O. H. PACK
1 aaes remainlnjt on luind lu lite Albany
Expnss office, over one year, unclaimed,
will Ik sold a publicanetion.nt . BAf a
store In talaelty, on the
USUI day of February neat,
. .- 1. 1-, . i.l, 1,1.. r fir nsh
ionic Adibwaed to
i'" . . T II funffh.
?S5ta C.O.P., $10.00" : : W A llawwiic
Albany, Jan. 13, 7Md
General Repair Shop.
THE rNPERSItiNEII IIAVl.NT. 1!E
turnvl to Albany, and taken his old
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streets, announces his reailiiicrt to attend
IO Ull KIIH19U1
BLACKSMITIIING. MILL ft MACIUNR
Also, lias m band and for sale, tlio
id other PLOWS,
USVE HE A 4 ALL.
which tw Till sell on the most rensonaUlo
rl THE AFFI.I(!TEI) WITH f OUfiJIS
a... 1.- I airTaaottt An till". RVMCIH "
nJany w.tovelnW UZ.
iiecoiniuenucu j . -i.(.
th country, anuinr mHjujr ...
Pramrra and sold by
8. K. RAYMOyt).
All work entrusted to me will recetvo
irompt attention, and lie executed in the
x'st Hmaibl manner, w ith (.'laid material.
A abate of public patronage is solicited.
Shop on corner Ellsworth and Second
streets, opposite Pleruo's Forry.
10v4 F. WOOII.
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To soli the. BUCKET, the bcrt and only
Machines slilppefl to any part of the coast
upon receipt of prtoa. j
For further parttauara enquire or au-
- ,i,,'m' ro..
HAVWO FI BCHABEO TIIR INTER
,,of. W. YonngTnlho
, am rX
Mortirrt, and every
description of Wood
Planing Mill ui
L piles. Address..
BIMUII JMllK.UItY ft ri.Al r.,
flMStW9 Machinery lx it,
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
itintw.tmnf the 1'iitnn InsunnoeCo..
of San Francisco, an assessment of forty
five per eonL was levied to repair tlie capi
tal stock, payable forthwith. This aasejss-
.... . I . . .1, I,. .Mint.mv.
mem, iwuih iiiwto
with the lav, under the direction of the
Hiare Insurance Commissioner, and also
airraeably with tho wishes of the directors
ana Mooaooiuw " . ""i",i i-"--the
Union In a position, not, only to con-
linnv in iuc iiigiH.. i.i ....".,".
also tn assume a dlstim u Isln d place amona
American Insurance Compantea. 9vml
Laid OH! & Soap
anE UNDERSIGN K D HAVING ( (1M
1 pletodaudput lu good mnnlng order
Lard Oil and Soap Manufactory.
in the city of AHmuv, are prrnirl to pui
UK.. ilu. l.lt.kdt oauli nilo oil tiw.
UW IIIV uiSia " . inn.-, liasn
M. P. JONES,
18 llAUSBY, OREGON. y4
Ho4j, Baacld Butter, Soup
Greaae, delivered to them In this city.
They arc now manufacturing and have
Fanei Toilet and Common Soaps,
in great variety-warraatcd equal to tltc
best In market, which tliey offer to t las
trade at the moat reasonable rales.
Orders rospecuiuiy souciieu. aau mo
HTPiirttobBvllil? Hors, Rancid nutter,
or Ureato Of any kind, for sale, w Ul do well
to give us a calf.
io give CAnT,VRRJHT A CQ.