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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1872)
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Grant's majority In Linn county,
Election Dat. Peace reigned in
Albany on Tuesday. There was no
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excitement visible tolhe naked eye.
Very little electioneering was done ;
no loud talking iudnlged in, and the
usual bluster and brag was entirely
missed. Wo quarrels, no drunkenness
all calm and serene. Very little
betting was indnbjed In. It was a
still, ;il most breaelcsi day not a leaf
stirred, Sec Ami so we bid farewell
to the 5th ot Hovember, 1872.
On Tciwday 'Night. On Tuesday
night next the Goad Tern plar's of this
city, at their HaH, will offer a magni
ficent entertainment to our citizens,
all for the wwM sum of fifty cents each
admission. The exciting and thrilling
drama, eittttted. "Ten Night's in a
Bar Room "vill firs t be given, to be
. followed by tongs iu character, all to
conclude with a s'ide-splitting farce.
Of course, fQjose of our people who do
not wish-to enjoy a rational evening's
entertainment will not go. but to those
who d, an opportunity is liere offered
to grt very ls.rge amount of the above
mentiencd article for a small amount
of cash. We think we can safely
. promise all who do attend perfect sat- j
istkxton. Tf the hall Isn't crowded
we shall miss our guess.
A Bargain. Mrs. II. D. Godley be-
ine compelled to a chauge of climate
by poor health, offers ber entire stock i
of millinery goods, with the goodwill
of the establishment, to a cash custom
er at a positive bargain. The business
in her hands has grown to a first class
investment, and the successful pur
chaser will receive a splendid business.
The offer will stand open but a few
days. Apply at once.
Good News. It Is reported that a
fleet of sailing vessels are now en route j
for the Padflccoastin ballast, in search I
of charters. If this prove true, to-;
gether with the report that tlie wheat j
croi) of Emrfand alone is 85,000,000
bushels deficient, it is not at all im
probable that an advance in the price
of wheat will soon be announced in
San Francisco. Whether Oregon will
benefit by this advance, or how great
tlio arivntiiw will he ilerwiuls .-lltm'i-r h-
B , .
cr iinnn the number of vessels to arrive.
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We are hopeful that our farmers will
reap some benefit, and the sooner the
On the Twenty-second. In a few
days we shall be in receipt of several
tine engravings of Oregon scenery,
among them a large engraving of
Albany. Several of these, together
with tlie engraving of this city, will
appear In the Register of the 22d
in two weeks. Parties wishing extra
copies to send to friends East should
leave their orders during the early
part of next week, so that we may
print a sufficient number to meet the
demand. Single copies, neatly done
up in wrappers, 12i cents each ; ten
Huge Spuds. A sack of huge pota
toes, presented to us last week by Mr.
Richard H. Wright, have won univer
sal admiration from every one who
has visited our office since their advent.
They certainly "knock the hose" from
anything in the potato line that we
have seen in this county.
A SekMOK. On the " ingathering
of is real." will be delivered by Catha
rine Sbertz, at the Court Home in this
city, on Sunday afternoon next, at
three o'clock. All invited.
Com Dockkt. Following is the
report of the business transacted by
Linn County Clreolt Court up to
Thursday noon :
State of Oregon r. William McFad-
den ; rae. sentenced to Penitentiary
vs. A. L. Cannon
i nwliremenr ror pin.
H. L. Ruddvs. C.
M. Lee et al;
sheriff sale confirmed.
James H. Stewart vs. E. A. Abby ;
settled and dismissed.
Peter Houck vs. Samuel Esllck;
dismissed at cost of deft.
0. P. S. Hummer vs. Sarah Plum
mer; divorce granted to plfT-
W. S. Klkins vs. Valarwis Coryell
et al ; dismissed at cost of pi ft'.
J. M. Coffelt et al vs. W. Joslln ;
Nancy A. Sulllns vs. Wm. L. Sul
llas divorce ; divorce to plff.
James Shields. Treasurer, vs. J. B.
Sprenger ; judgement ft plff.
C. M.Cartwright vs. W. R. MeC'ord;
judgment for plff.
Elizabeth Chenoweth vs. J. B.
Sprenger gudgnient for plff.
Lnther Klkins vs John A. Ambler
! et nl : jluigIe,,t for plff.
i a Cowan & Co. vs. John A. Ambler;
judgment for plff.
4 L'l. ....... id 1
V. Flurrv vs. J. W. Mack et ai
judgment tor plff".
J. E. Gilmore vs. J. R. Ralston
appeal ; dismissed.
Cllicia Robinett vs. Illram Smith
administrator ; dismissed at cost of
W. M. Ketohmn vs. Win. Gearliart
et al ; slierlff sale confirmed.
State of Oregon vs. Wm. Davidson;
State of Oregon vs. t'linrles Lutz ;
State of Oregon vs. N. Siraous?
State of Oregon vs. N. Simons;
State of Oregon vs. N. Simons
selling liquor to a minor ; fined $100.
State of Oregou vs. J. Z. Crouse ;
State of Oregon vs. Henry Meyer ;
State of Oregon vs. Simons; dls
inisstHl State of Oregon vs. Samuel Mans
field ; continued.
State of Oregon vs. Samuel Mans
field ; continued.
State of Oreeon vs. Samuel Mans
field ; continued.
Query. Judge Sbattuck, in his,
speeeh at the Court House last week,
asserted that "the prospects of the !
j Democratic party for winning the
j election ou the 5th of November were
never brighter, " whereupou everybody
laughed. The Judge looked blank,
scratched his ear, and asked "what are
you laughing at ."' Wonder If he has
found yet, to a "dead moral certainty,"
an answer to his query.
Mutation. Our haudsome friend.
Dr. T. W. Harris, having taken to
himself a " rib," knows how it is him
self, and is better qualified to adminis-
ter lotions and poultices to those that
need tbem than ever. He can be
found at his office over Turrell's store,
or at his residence on Third street.
west of the M. E. Church
Pork. The accommodating pro
prietor of tlie Franklin Meat Market,
on First street. Mr. J. R. Herren,
wishes to purchase unlimited quanti
ties of pork, for which he will pay I he
market price. Those who
have pork to sell and want the cali
tor it, should call at once at the Frank
To Come. We liave now in the
engraver's hands, soon to be completed,
views of Harrisbnrg, Brownsville,
Corvallis, Yaqnlna Bay, Roseburg,
etc., etc. Those wishing extra copies
of the Registers containing any of
these views, should order at once the
number of copies wished.
Perambulators. For a full stock
of the latest and jrayest in Perambula- j
ton, go to Chas. Mealey's Furniture
Warehouse, corner Broodalbln ami
First streets, where you can buy any- j
thing in the line of furniture, etc., j
eitlier Eastern or home manufacture,
clieaper than the cheapest. 10w4
Skxtekckd. Last Wednesday Judge
Bonham sentenced McFaddeu, (found !
guilty of rape committed on his own
daughter aged twelve years, last week),
to hard labor iii the penitentiary for
tlie term of his natural life.
Gone to 'Frisco. On Thursday
Miss Alice Griffin left her borne iu
this city for San Francbco, where she
proposes to complete her education.
Her absence will probably extend over
a period of three yean.
Moke Tuxsgbai'ITV. Prof. Pru tu
rner Is having put up a line of wire
from the depot to the College and
from thence to the office on first street.
Ibis line is to accommodate all stu
dents of the College wlio wish to leam
telegraphy under his tutilage.
TiuWWN (it. Two Grant tickets
were tlirowu out of ore of the polls In
this city, because they had been, with
out doubt, Accidentally folded together.
If the mistake liad not been made
Grant would have had 77 votes instead
of 75 in this precinct.
Slight Increase. In June there
was 2D4 voti's polled in this city. On
last Tuesday there was 502 votes polled
over and above the ballot thrown out,
and there were quite a number of both
political parties who did not vote.
Personal. Rev. Wm. Monteitli,
of Nez Perm Reservation, (I. T.), re
tMrned on a visit to friends in this
city on Wednesday, in splendid health.
Chas. Cartwright. Esq.. ami family,
propose leaving ns iu a few days to
reside, at least during tlie Winter, at
Salem. We are sorry to lose Charley,
coz he's a brick.
Removed. Mr. A. C. Layton hag
removed his grocery store from corner
of Broatlalbin and First streets to Milt.
Beach's store-room, on south side of
First, between Broadalbin and Ferry
streets, .vhere lie lias opened out in
gorgeous style. For fresh groceries,
vegetables, etc., call at Laytou's.
Double Rates. The election re
turns have lengthened out Democratic
faces so enormously long and hatchety,
that Joe Webber says he thinks of
charging the owners double price nest
week for shaving. He will have to
latlier with a full sized paint-brush and
shave with a scythe.
slim. iocai matters have not re
ceived full attention this week, owing
to the fact that an imjiortant election
transpired in this county and State
on Tuesday, and the greater portion
of our time has, been taken up "going
for" telegraphic dispatches. Next
week we shall rcsnme the "thread of
Thanks. We are Indebted to Mrs.
(.'. M. Striker, Artist, of Corvallis. tor
several fine views in and around that
beautiful little city, which we intend
having engraved forjlie lieneflt of the
readers of the Register.
A '"Sage" Conclusion. The wild
geese ami ducks were slowly winging
their flight South last Thursday, dole
fully crying "chap-quack,"' "chap
quack." They seemed to be hunting
tlie Sage of Cliappaqua.
Ok THECanal. A. B. Morris, Esq
now has thirty-five hands, fourteen
scrapers and three lumber wagons en
gaged in his contract on the A. & S,
Canal, besides hands rafting lumber
down the Saatlam.
Bio Stock.-W. H. Kuhn A Co
bare received a huge invoice of iron
and steel, tools, etc. Beyond all odds
the largest and best assortment of
hardward ever brought to this city.
"How's Missouri ?" Has been
the general inquiry since Taesday.
Everybody seems to be interested in
tlie little matter of her vote. It wa a
big conundrum with no one to solve
it. Democrats wagered that Missouri
would give Greeley a larger majority
than Illinois would Grant. The con
undrum is not yet solved, but we think
Storm. A storm ot wind and
passed over the city last night,
didn't it rain, neither .'
On Wediiesday, November, , 1872,
at the residence of tlie bride's mother
in this city, by Dr. E. R. Geary, Mr.
Benj. Walling, of Marion county, and
Miss Georgia Coniley.
Compliments received. The happy
pair took tlie noon tmin on same day
en route for San Francisco, their future
home. May the kludest smiles of for
tune wait upon them.
At Alexandria, Va., the vote for
Grant and Greeley was a tie. Harris,
Conservative, in the 7th District, and
Hanton, Couseivative, in the 8th Dis
trict, are elected to Congress,
Gold in New York 113.
Wheat iu Liverpool 12s 8d ; dub,
No change to report iu San Francis
Albany markets same as last week.
POITLAK. One of the oldest and
most popular business firms in the
Central Valley, is that of Messrs.
Blaln. Young & Co. of this city. Hav
ing commenced business in this city
years ago, when Albany was in its
lufimcy, they have grown with its
growth ami prospered with its pros
perity. They are known far and wide
as honest, fair, liberal and most ac
commodatliigdealers. Receiving new
invoices by every steamer, they are
always up with the times, and never
have an old stock to dispose of. For
the latest iu clothing, dry goods, etc.,
go to Blaiu, Young & Co's.
Wheat onlj 35o, and N. Bunin, Pio
neer Clot hliiK Wore, Is selling according to
Hard Times. He has a law and well se
lected stock of Fall and Winter Clothing,
and Is selling eheaper than any house in
the city, (ilve him a call liefore you pur
chase elsewhere. St4
Fbom M ai.n k to California. - New
WILSON Strait Needle Underfeed Sewing
Machine is the REST MACHINE for all
kinds of work on both heavy and light
sewing. It runs easy and is simple; achlld
am nse it. It is never out of order, and Is
ALWAYS HEADY KOU 11 L SI N ESS 1
It lias lately taken the premium at the
great Northern Ohio State Fair for best
work done on the ground. Don't tail to
see the New Wilson Machine, and remem
ber tliat FIFTY DOLLARS now buys the
best Sewing Machine In the world. Call
at Wain, Young A Co.'s, wholesale and re
tail dealers In general merchandise, First
Forwarding& Commissiou Mercbaiit.
Dealer in Merchandise and Produce. A
good assortment of all kinds of Goods al
ways in store at lowest market rates.
Agent for sale of Wagons, Grain Drills,
Cider Mills, Chums, Ac, Ac.
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, POHK,
BUTTER, EGGS and POULTRY.
a ft ,
Hollow ay's Pills and Ointment
are tlie only mediciualprepn rations nec-
essary iu families. The pills regulate
all the internal organs with unerring
certainty ; the ointment is a positive
antidote to all external diseases.
Hold 7S Maiden Lane, N. Y. Price.
25 cents per box or pot. Ask for new
style; the old is counterfeited. 8w4
A BAKtiAIX OFFERED !
Mm. n. o. ini.F v offers for
stile her entire slock of MILUNKUY,
THIM MINUS, Ac., ., toether with the
good will, at a Imrgatn to a cash customer.
Falling In-all It is her only reason for desir
ing to sell.
TO NFXTRK A BABUAM
Apply immediately to
Tilt. 11. D. GODLEY,
First street, Albany.
Pork! Pork! Pork!
I WAST ALL THKiKKJD PORKICAX
m'.t delivered in Allwnv, for which I
will pay lhe liMicst price In CASH that
the market wliraffonl.
J. It. HERREN.
Allmny, Nov. 8, 1S72.
WILSON & BROTHER,
Imporlersaml dealers in
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc.
Can now sup;
pply all orders in their :
elved Invoices of
Also, just recc
8x10 to 10x16 Sii(l!ilv.
3. K. For. FnllftMiilii A Drnmm
9 SAN FRANCISCO. 3m
Peoria, nf all kinds and sizes. The lnrjc
Ht atorfc ever offered In California, all
KEW and Jint rwlved. at low prices.
Also, FuHi vntttrn, Harrow. el Snw
m, vtt. -Sold by TRKABWKM. A FO.,
Hnn Frnrh. Acml for price list. WnS
FURS! TORS! TORS
THE HIGHEST PRICKS PAID IN CASH
for all kinds of FtrBM. hv
ML A IN, YOt'NO A CO.
Allmny, reb.B, 7tV
PER CENT SAVED
BY IH YIXt;
KLINE & CO.,,
mi entire new toek of tlie
MastFasliioBalile Goods of tiieSeason
Cliina Sntin Drew eU,
HABY vm ART KTBJPBN,
1'01M. l.l .MKis,
WWUI.K.M KAQI EN
tJMANT a?:b FIIAXPM1
Olid ii Inrije Ntork of
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Hotie FurBiMliiBg ooIn
ALL OK WHICH IS OFFERED.
P R I o sis.
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