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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1872)
The horse epidemic has begun to
show Itself at Cincinnati wi the 8th
The horse disease hud reached its
worst stage in New Haven, Conn., on
'Die friends cf Gen. Hancock are
urging Ills claims to be appointed to
Department of the Atlantic, nade va
cant by the death ot Gen. Meade. His
seniority of rank is urged as the main
Illinois thunders out 58,000 majority
Brown is re-elected Governor of
Tennessee by from 3,000 to 5.000 ma
jority. Greeley has carried the State
by about 8,000.
Missouri has gone for Greeley by
about 24 000 majority.
It was thought on the 9th that Texas
had gone largely Democratic.
The horse disease was abating In
Washington on the 9th lust.
The horse disease was unabated' in
Chicago on the 8th.
In Dover, N. J .. two Italians from
New York entered the store of G.
Bariotti and one claimed his house
keeper as his wile. After some words
be stabbed her dead, and inflicted a
mortal wound upon Bariotti. He was
arrested, and threats of lynching were
At an election in Baltimore on the
8th, to fill a vacancy in the City Coun
cil from the Sixth Ward, a party of
men mostly colored left a large crowd
gathered on the corner of the street,
and proceeding a short way turned and
fired upon tne crown in trout oi roe
voting place, killing Isaac Boss.
mortally wounding John Conway
They then broke and ran. when those
fired into returned the shots, firing
tome 18 or 30 shots in a minute. No
reason is given for the riot.
Grant's majority in Chicago was
It is reported that a representation
of colored men, headed by Fred Doug
lass and John M. Langston, colored
lawyer, are bringing a pressure to bear
to secure a Cabinet appointment for
one ot their race. Langston is urged
for Atto: General.
It wa . jmored on the 8th that Gen.
Howard would be promoted Mayor
General vice Gen, Meade, deceased,
and be at once retired with the full
grade of Major General, on account
of long, faithful services and honorable
The Washington Patriot (Dera.) has
suspended publication. It has sunk
188,000 in two years.
Colfax has addressed a card to the
Indianapolis Journal as foil lows :
. South Bekd, Ind., Nov. 1.
The Chicago Tribune ot to-day again
states, it appears, " that Colfax is after
the Seuatorship in Indiana." Even
at risk of subjecting myself to more
cheap wit by opposition papers about
retiring, I ask the privilege of re-stating
in yom columns about what I have
said publicly to tens of thousands, the
ptist mouth, that I am not a candidate
or aspirant for any position Senatorial
or editorial, State or national, and of
course am not a candidate for election
unless the Republican nominee for the
Seuatorship by the united vote of the
Republican members of the Legisla
ture. SCHUYLER COLFAX.
On the afternoon of the 7th inst.,
two barrels were found floating in
Charles river at Cambridge. Mass.,
which on examination were found to
contain the mutilated remains of a
man. The bead and legs were in one
barrel and the trunk iu the other. The
body was well dressed. A gold watch
was found In one ot the barrels.
It is said that Ex-Judge Barnard,
of New York, who was impeached
and deposed, intends to locate in Cali
fornia. Rumor says he was once
driven out ot (he latter State by a vigi
The remains of "Fanny Fern"
were deposited in Mount Auburn, in a
brick catacomb, beside the remains of
her first husband.
The horse disease has laid np several
circuses iu New York State and else
where. A terrible conflagration was raging
in Boston ou the 9th and 10th. MIM
lions of property bad been destroyed
in the very heart of the city.
goopmaiischap, who gained notor
ity by importing Chinamen, Is living
to New York efiy.
Another Atlantic cable is in course
of construction, to be laid next year.
Its termini will be Land's End and
Halifax. Its length will be 3.000
milea,SjJ the cost $1,300,000.
THe annual report of the Secretary
of War is received. It is quite brief,
and recommends the establishment of
military prisons in place of the pres
ent system of sending army convicts
to State penitentiaries. He renews
his recomuiendatioo that extras to
toil regiment be dispensed with as
vacancies occur, and thus save USQ,
000 per annum. He advises raising
the intellectual standard ot admission
at West Point also the sale of a large
number of useless arsenals In South
Carolina and elsewhere, and the ea
tabHsment of a moral arsenal of con
struction on the Atlantic slope and
another on the Pacific, these arsenals
with that already at Rock Island, In
the Mississippi valley, would efficient
ly meet the wants ot the service In
time of need. He concludes by regret
ting tint one-sixth of the army is still
detained in Southern States east of the
Mississippi river, and hopes an im
proving social condition will soon
spare that force for frontier service.
He says military expenditures are on
a descending scale.
It is reported that Greeley has made
up his mind that "no amount of
damning will stem the present popu
It estimated that during the poet
year the wheat yield of the United
States has been 40,000,000 bushels
an increase or flo,uoo,uw Dusnei
over last year.
Horace Greeley has resumed the
editorship of the New York Trihme.
He intends to make it " thoroughly
The only Insurance companies re
ported suspended in New York City
became ot the Boston fire, were the
International. Relief, Corn Exchange
Six nuns were arrested in the north
em part of Boston on the 12th, caught
in the act of firing buildings.
President Grant, Generals Sherman,
Sheridan, Potter, Ingails, Gilmore,
Forster, Commodore Srsinbel, Secre
tary Robeson. ex-Governor Curtlii,
and militia officers ,t adjoining States,
were in Philadelphia on the lftli inst.
to attend th funeral of Gen. Meade.
There is a boy in Washington four
and a half years old, who lias a head
! covered with pure white nappy wool.
.vhlte eyebrows and eyelashes oma
mentlng a good featured face of bright,
mulatto color, flanked by very dark
ears. His neck and body are white,
and around his wrist his skin is as
white and fair as can be. From a
short distance above the elbows and
knees the skin is very dark."
In Mobile there are twin sisters who
cau not be punished for any offense,
because neither cau be identified. Re
cently one of these young ladles put
to flight two dog-catchers and a police
man. In court she proved to be her
sister policeman accompanied her
home to arrest the other, but. on ar
riving, could not tell which be had
broueht and which had already been
there, and went away sorrowing with
At the Oregon Presbytery held at
Salem last week, a committee conslst-
ine of Dr. Geary. R. Robe, J. A.
Haima and T. P. Powers wasappoiut-
ed to prepare a brief history of the in
troduction of Presbvterianlsm within
the bounds of the Presbytery, and con
tinue tite same down to the present
An elderly gentleman named Geo.
Gay Attempted suicide last Saturday
at Salem by taking a large dose of
laudnum. A powerful antidote
promptly administered saved the old
man's life. Financial embarrassment.
Gov. G rover designates Thursday
28th Instant as a day of general
Thanksgiving In Oregon in accordance
witn tne on-time custom
Mr. P. Fnuer has arrived at Victor
ia overland from Jregoii, with a large
drove of sheen for hreetliiiir purposes.
and lias settled at the head of White
Stump Lake, In Nicola Valley.
Ha vim; added vastly to h it
faclllllea for dispensing Ibis delight-
rui aim neaun-giving revenge, we wouin
announce to our farmer patrons, and the
public generally, that weans fatly prepared
frum one of those elegant
Tafi' Arctic Fountains,
to supply soda of the bent quality In un
limited quantities to all who may favor uh
with a call-
BOTTLED SODA !
WILL, DUBIM; TDK
irBIXO ill SUMMER
lie delivered to families ordering through
out the city.
at Liberal Bat.
A. CAROTHKK8 CO.,
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Ac.
TOt UNDERSIGNED INVITES THE
attent ion of the p tUte to his large and
complete sleek of
a other TREES.
Abo, CHAPE VI cs-ba In the State;
Ornamental .Treat, Shrub. Plant. Cur
rants, Gooebejrws, Strawberries, Rosea,
DahfiwandBnlbr which wDl be arida
tow as aW-eametsafc eta be afforded
Nov. EMM J. A. MILLAR.
PER CENT SAVED
KLINE & GO.
ALBAS V, OREGON.
an entire new etack of tne
China Satin Dress Cioods,
baby arm'ABT mnurtu,
U HAYS' ARB CHABPIOE
and a large atwh of
House Furnishing Goods,
ALL OF WHICH IS OFFERED
p r i o ns.
First., 4riinc Peat
TO THE FARMERS
LINN & BENTON COUNTIES.
THE l'NERNIUXE WOULD BE
spectfullv announce I hat they have en
tirely remodeled ami renovated their large,
commodious and substantia
that they have strengthened and added to
the same, erected new works entire -that
they now have two A No. 1 Cleaners, with
large Elevators complete; have put in new
Boiler and Engine, and are now prepared
to take in and handle
Wheat cfc Oats
very rapidly and conveniently.
Having abundant storage facilities in
Portland, parties desiring to store grain
with us need have no fears that our ware
house here will be overloaded.
We would also call the attention of the
tanners to the fact that our facilities for
shipping to a Foreign Market are very
....... ..I..,.. u.l that tlii.v UrOI Unit It tn tllllr
advantage to call at our omee for further
intormatinu as to our iacuuies aim leriun
of storage. . .
C B. COM8TOCK ft CO.,
W. H. Newbvky, Agent.
Albany, Aug. Wlv4.
GEOROE TURREL KEEPS A LARGE
to suit the market. It would be to the in
terest of everybody to give him an early
Oregon Wooden fare lan'fg, Co,
MAN I' FACT V. REUS OF
BUCKETS, TUBS, PAILS,
Work at Or. gou City, Oregon.
THE OREGON WOODEN BABE
Manufacturing Company, having re
cently completed their Works at Oregon
City with the most approved machinery,
embracing the newest patterns and latest
patents, imported at great cost from Mas
sachusetts, the ESTABLISHMENT, In all
Its appointments, will compare favorably
with any other In the Tnited States.
The Company are prepared to fill all or
ders for CEDAR. MAPLE ami ASH BUCK
ETS, THUS, BITTER FIRKINS, SALMON
KITS, WASHBOARDS, Shuttle Bobbins,
Broom-handles, Ac., Ac.
Particular attention is called to our ASH
PAILS and BITTER KDJKINS an article
far superior to any heretofore In market,
as causing no unpleasant taste or smell to
From our superior facilities we are en
abled to supply the trade on the most ad
vantageous terms, and by prompt atten
tion and excellent workmanship will merit
success in our line.
Dealers are requested to examine our
wares iwfore purchasing elsewhere,
fefcr -Address all communications to
J. B. BILEH, Agr.it,
NOTICE. Any Buckets or Tntis manu
factured by ns, which do not give complete
satisfaction, If returned, will tie replaced
by new ones, wiinoui ennrge ior ireigui.
3d3m J. D. BILES, Agent
FOR DRESS GOODS, C.IAIVES, TRIM
mlngs, Hosier)', etc., go to Turn-IPs,
first street. 4S-4
PEOPLE FURNISHING SHOULD CALL
ml Tnrreii's iniifc stock of Car
pets, Oilcloths, Blinds, Bugs, etc., which
he is selling very cheap. 4S-4
GO TO TIJRRELL'S FOR HARDWARE,
La in os. Lamp-chimneys, etc. He has
the (loads to suit you. 43-4
A. B. MORRIS,
HA V I N ti LEASED R. CHEADLE
BUY, MEM, WORE OB FORWARD
at foot of Broadalbtn street, on the bank
of the Willamette river, I am prepared 10
WHEAT or OATS,
in unlimited quantities.
The nSfEeal Market Pair PnM in
Cash tor Wheat and Oats.
wlahlno. tn aiAiw Urnfn. can mjtke
arrangements to get all the sacks needed,
Drain stored and forwarded at lowest
A share of patronage Is solicited.
A. B. MORRIS.
Albany, Jnly I7-4SV4
GEORGE TURRELL FATS THE 111(311
est price for all kinds of Country Pro
duce. Remember the address, Turrellt,
First street. 4M
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER AKD HAND
Latest and most Desirable
TO GO FOR
When yon wish
But why partienlarize, when it is gen
erally acknowledged tliat w e are
When It eorues under the he'ul of
JW fii- iWi..
GiTComc to see us, onct
Self-Opening and Self-CleaiHg
PATENTED BY JOHN DICKASON,
June 4, Djw7.
'I'HE HATE IS SO CONSTRUCTED That
1 when the vehicle approaches It tin;
wheels on one side puss over a lever which
is connected to the gate hinge by a rod.
thus opening the gate liefoir you and ins! -enlng
it open. After going thmngh, the
carriage passe over a similar lever, also
connected with the gate hinge, causing t hr
gate, tn Its rotation, to shut behind you
Ho Getting Out of Your Vehicle!
No Raising of Latches Nor Pulling
Except the "rl hi ions'" of your team. H at
THE -'LAZY MA N1 CiATIV
"Dead Open and Mini."
This gate Is simple m its construction.
both of iron and wood work, and not likely
to get out of order. If a neat, cheap gate
I.Tum4wwI I, m.i.)wma.liilt..ht I I. t 1.
UWUIHJH Mimj W MNV I I ' . . mill I 1 1 1
cross liars ot wood and one-fonrth Inch
wire, neatlv curved at the ton. the lower
end hid in the bottom bar, which is the
ityle of a factory made gate. The gate
are now in practical use in several of the
connttesarbund San Francisco, and plenlT
OI lomimoninaw can no given.
THOMAS J. 8AFF0RD,
Having purchased the
Right for Linn Co., Oregon,
Has now on hand, and will msnnfSctuiv
the above described gate. Wherever It has
tieen used It has received the highest en
comiums, as the large nnmlier of oertifl
eates from prominent farmers In all parts
of the country, now tn my hands, will
CARRI AGE0AND WAOON.
Of All Heseriptions,
On hand and nunufactored fo order.
Blacksmtthlng and Repairing
Done to order at most reasonable rates.
snop ioot oi roriy sirect, opposite Beach.
Montelth A Co.' fnnrinc mills.
..w. TROMA8 J. SAFrOED.
Albany, Oct. U,H-8v