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POST OFFICE REGISTER.
M .VI LS AllKIVE :
From Railroad (north and south) dally
at 12.20 I'. M.
From Corvallis, daily, at 10.80 A. M.
From Lclmuon, tri-weeltly, (Monday,
Wednesday and Friday) at 10.30 a. m.
MAILS BKPABT :
For Railroad (north and wntai, daily,
dose prompt at 11.25 a. m.
For Corvallis, dally, at 1.50 v. M.
For Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday, Wed
nosday and Friday) at 2 P. m.
Onlec. hours fron) 7 A. M. to 8 p. m.
Sunday, from 12 M. to 2 p. M.
Money order oillce hours from 0 A. M. to
P.M. 1'. H. RAYMOND, P.M.
The REGISTER Is Issued twice each
week Wednesday and Saturday mornings
at the low price of three dollars per year,
tn advance. Call at the office, corner of
First and Ferry streets, and subscribe.
Wanted. School District So, 2(5,
Linn county, want? n school teacher
at once. Inquire immediately of John
Fagan or John Luper, Tangent.
To be Contested. Owing to the
prevalence of bad weather, the State
Fair is to be continued three days
next week until Wednesday. Good.
Peters' Musical Monthly For
October is filled to the brim with new
music wal.tzes, schottisches, etc. It
is the cheapest and most interesting
musical magazine in America.
Who Can Beat It? Father Free
land, ot this city, has a radish raised
on his farm in this county that meas
ures twenty-three inches in circum
ference and weighs six pounds. Beat
it who can.
Personal. John Oanter, we notice,
Is en route for his old home in this city.
Mrs. Dodd left this city for Califor
nia, on a visit to friends there, on
Mrs. Brown, the mother of Mart.
V. Brown, of the Dermarat, Is lying
langerously ill at her residence in this
city. Mr. Brown was telegraphed
for, and came up from Salem overland
Dme.-A report reached this city
on Thursday that Dr. Ballard, of Leb
anon, was dying. Just before going
to press we learn that the oboverumer
Is incorrect. Dr. Ballard, we are
pleased to say, is recovering
New Goods at Lebanon. Yester
day Mr. Montague, of Montague &
McCalley, Lebanon, arrived In this
city from Portland, with a large stock
of general merchandise, clothing, gro
ceries, &c, &c, which were hauled
out to Lebanon in the afternoon , This
It one ot the most enterprising and
energetic business firms in Oregon,
and by the display of an accommodat
ing spirit and tair and honorable deal
ing with customers, added to extremely
low prices asked for goods, they have
built up, in an exceeding short space
of time, a large and lucrative business.
Call at once and see their new and
Ivillfj) by the cars. On Wed
nesday night Inst, Mr. Beard, an elder
brother of Mr. John Beard, ot Tan
gent, was killed near that village by
the passenger train on the O. &. C.
Railroad going south. As related to
us, deceased was coming into Tangent
from the south, walking on the rail
road track. As the train approached
him, after having left Tangent, lie got
off the track, and as the last coach of
the train was passing him ho attempted
f to get upon the track again, when the
steps of the coach, it is supposed, struck
Win In the side, from the effects of
which he died In about fifteen minutes.
Deceased whs about CO years of age.
'Officers Elected. On the 8th, at
fialein, the following named gentlemen
were elected as officers of the State
Agricultural Society for the ensuing
year: C. P. Burkhart, President!
Jas. Talon and A. Luelling, Vice
Presidents; E. M. Walte, Secretary,
and I. H. Moores, Treasurer.
ABM Broken. Near Tangent, a
few days since, a fifteen year old boy,
ion of Mr. Borchera, fell out of a
awing and broke his right arm be
tween the wrist and elbow. Dr. J. L.
Hill set the bone, and the boy Is doing
It has rained pretty continuously
during thp week.
A large number of our citizens went
down to Salem on Wednesday.
C. P. Harper sailed for San Fran
cisco on Thursday.
Circuit Court opens next Monday.
The docket is not latge.
As there is plenty of water the Mag
nolia and City Mills have gone to
Two sixteen per cental has been
offered for wheat delivered in Portland
Bran is worth 75c per cental at the
We still have no quotations for
'vheat, as there are no buyers.
The roads are dreadful slosliy
wheat hauling almost entirely discon
tinued during the week.
Lots of "free" water in the Santiam
The third "call" on Sairtlam Canal
stock was made on the first of the
An Odd Fellows lodge is to be in
stituted at Lebanon next Friday night.
Our folks will go over. "Prepare!
Balm wood that has laid out in the
rain during the week, makes excellent
kindling perhaps I
Mr. John Barrows, wife and
daughter, went to Salem on Wednes
day. Mrs. Barrows and daughter
will extend their trip to Dalles, for
the benefit of Miss. Ella's health.
Hickory nuts and black walnuts at
Blain, Young & Co.'s.
We are sorry to learn of the illness
of our frieud, Mr. J. M. Shelley, of
Harrisburg. Ho is afflicted with
typhoid fever. We, with his numerous
friends iu Linn county, wish him a
Being somewhat behind train time
on Tuesday, and wishing toexcurshto
Salem, we are under obligations to
Mr. Arnold and the Bay Team for
putting us through in good shape on
the double-quick in time to get on
board the train. Arnold's a trump.
Fresh eggs are in demand at 25c per
dozen, while butter commands 20c per
pound. A good article of butter, we
may lie permitted to remark, is a very
scarce article in this market.
The flies are more "bothersome"
these days if any difference, than dur
ing the dog-days.
The Chief Marshal at the Salem
Capitol blow out on Wednesday, came
down on Mart. Brown, one of his
aids on the occasion, with great severity,
for 'too much foolishness" while on
the claybank cayuse pony, which he
bestrode with almost as much dig
nity as Shacknasty Jim.
Visitors and exhibitors, especially
campers, at the State B'air, have had
an exceedingly refreshing time there
during the week, owing to the pre
vailing weather. At no time, we are
reliably informed, has the mud av
eraged over three feet hi depth on the
On the 8th, at the State Fair, in the
race for Oregon urea norses, singw
dash of a mile, Mr. Gird entered "Bid
Gird." who got away with the race
and money iu 2:03.
Rebckah meeting this evening at
Mr. J. W. Williams, of Corvallis,
visited this city on Thursday to at
tend the District meeting which met
here on that day.
Mart. Lupcr's team took a spin the
other day, and succeeded in smashing
the hack to which they were attached
Howell, Harper & Co. have purchas
ed the new warehouse erected by R.
C. Kinney at Miller's Station.
Rev. & G. Irvine having resigned
the pastorate of the Willamette Church
nine miles south of this city, will now
devote his entire time to the U. P.
Church in this city.
Elia9 Fanning, of Tangent, and
William Cyrus, of Scio, have been ap
pointed Deputies for the organization
of Granges in Linn county.
State Fair. We have n space for
comments this week, therefore deter
our say until we have bad a chance to
see for ourself. ,
Estrays. A friend Informs us that
a fine flock of tame geese strayed into
his fields two or three weeks since,
and although attempts have repeatedly
been made to drive them off, they
stick. to him like poor relatives. He
wapt the owner to comoand get those
geese within a week or ten days; or
he proposes to "adopt," them as his
During the latter part of last week
me horizon in a nortneny direction
from Walla Walla was brilliantly
lighted up at night, and had the ap
pear:) nee ot northern lights. After
admiring this beautiful phenomenon
it turned out to be the result of exten
sive tires in the hills beyond the
Touehet. A large scope of country
liotwcen that stream and Snake river
is completely denuded of grass.
At Louisville, Ky., on the 7th, the
large bag factory of Richardson A Co.,
the first of the kind started In the U.
8., was totally consumed by fire. Loss,
75,000, upon which there was an in
surance of $42,000.
A telegram from Madrid, Spain, on
the 7th, says : A column of 2,000 in
surgents made a desperate sortie from
(Jarthagena to-day, out were driven
back with heavy losses in killed and
Quite a heavy snow storm was pre
vailing at Pottsville, Pennsylvania, on
Two or three doses of Sheridan's
Cavalry Condition Powders will cure a
linrw of nnv common eonorli 'or cold.
and the very worst cases niay be cured
in a iew wecKs, irewiowuus irom
No Wonder. So. many worthless
mnrliciitAa nrp nil vpit.iel for the euro.
of various diseases, and when tried
"found wanting," . that the invalid
loses nil fhith in siieeifipa. We have
yet to learn, however, of the first fail
ure ot wmar's uaisam oj mia vmry,
to cure coughs, colds, and pulmonary
The "Singh" again Triumph ant. At
the Linn County Fair last week the Singer
Sewing Machine was awarded the tirst
premium over all others for the best and
the greatest variety of work, by a com
m ittce of ladies who thoroughly tested the
machine and gave the premium under
stnndimrlv. Messrs. Titus. Bonrgnrdes &
Co., are agents for the Singer in this city,
and samples of the different styles manu-
luciureu can ue seen auncirjeweiry uwuu
lishment on First street. They also keep
for sale all kinds of sewing machine
needles, and will furnish on short notice
any attachments wanted to sewing ma
chines. Call at their store when you need
anything in the sewing machine line.
natural Decay-Protect the System.
The human body is a machine, and there
fore cannot endure forever; but, like a
watch or a sewing machine, it will last
much longer if properly regulated and
duly repaired, than If no pains were taken
to keep it in order. The great object of
cvory one who desires a long and healthy
life should be to put his body in a condi
tion to resist the life threatening influ
ences bv which we are all more or less
surrounded ; and no invigorant and cor
rective nt present known so effectively an
swers this purpose as the vitalizing elixir
which, under the unpretending name of
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, has been for
more than twenty years the standard ton
ic of America. Iu crowded cities, where
the atmosphere is contaminated with the
effluvia inseparable from large popula
tions; in marshy regions, where the soggy
soil reeks with miasma: on the prairies
and in the forests, whore every fall the
air Is tainted with exhalations from rot
ting weeds and grasses, or decomposing
leaves -in short, in every locality where
miliaria exists, this powerful vegetable
antidote, is urgently needful. Fever and
ague, bilious fevers, dysentery, congestion
ot the liver, Jaundiec,"rhcumaUsm, and all
diseases which are generated by infected
air, impure water, or sudden changes of
temperature, may lie averted by strength
ening and regulating the system in ad
vance with Hosteller's Bitten. Autumn
is always a season ot peril, especially to
the more vigorous are apt to bo in some
measure depressed by the humid atmos
phere, loaded with deleterious gases pro
duced bv vegetable decay. The fall is a
period of the year when the renovation
and regulation of the living machine is
peculiarly important, and the lintel's
should therefore he taken dally at this
critical season. oct
A. WUKELEIt. C. P. nOUOK.
C. II. WUKELEIt.
A. WHEELER A CO.,
Forwarding & Commiss'n MercliaBts.
Dealers In Merchandise and Produce. A
good assortment of all kinds of Goods al
ways in store at lowest market rates.
Agents for sale of Wagons, Grain Drills,
Cider Mills, Churns, Ac, Ac.
CASH paM for WHEAT, OATS, PORK,
BUTTER, EGGS and POULTRY.
OilTEBS A GOOD
Paying Business !
For Sale Low.
1 A AAA BUSHELS OF OATS. Inquire
llMJw at the Old Warehouse, of
ttug. a-ttta3 E. 8. MERRILL.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION I
SASH, BLIND, AND DOOR
8. H. ALTHOC8B. J. T. B ACKEKSTO.
ALTIIOITSE A CO.,
Lyon Street, on the River Bank,
Keep on hand a full assortment, and are
FURNISH TO ORDER,
Doers, Saah, Blinds, and
no war, panel, banu a section
Of all sizes
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
AU other kinds ol Building Material
ALSO: PREPARED TO DO MILL
work, furnish shaker fans, zigzag
shakers, suction fans, driving pulleys of
any ainu, at our factory on l .yon street ion
the river bank), next lielow Markham's
warehouse. ALTHOCSE & CO,
Albany, Feb. 10, 1809-H
GO TO THE
&c, &c, &c,
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Country Produce of All Kinds
BOUGHT FOR MERCHANDISE OR
OAS II !
Tills Is the place to get the REST BAR
GAINS ever olt'ered in Albany. Parties
will always do well tocalland sec for them
selves. h. WEEn.
First street, Albany, Oregon. 32v5
A. F. CHEBBY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour und Saw Mill machin
ery, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IRON ANn BRASS CASTINGS.
Particular attention paid to repairing all
kinds of machinery. 41v3
QjffnQOAperday. Agents wanted! All
tmi) IU nr ' classes of working people, of
ejther sex, young or old, make more mon
ey at work for as in their spare momenta
or all the time, than at anything else Par
ticulars free. Address (. Stinson ft Co.,
Portland, Maine. lly)
Coos Buy Coal Ageney.
RF.RRYWAS & DOTlJE.
DEALERS In Cumberland, Lehigh and
all descriptions of Foreign and Do
mestic Coals. Also, PIG IRON. .
Iiulkhcad -between Pacific and Jackson
struot w bai ves, San Francisco. Col. UvB
Only about a Hair Dozen
MITCHELL WAGONS left at
Register Building, Albany.
qo to romr.
RESH AND GOOD GO TO
MOLWE. PEORIA", CAST CASTSTEEL,
noon's is the place to get them.
. NYTHDiG TOU WANT, FIRST TjRT
For Domestic Sewing Machine,
WHY! DONT FAIL TO CALL-AT
For tUe Latest in
BUCKSAW 8, AXES, PITCHFORKS,
etc., give nonn a call, anyway.
When Yon Want
CIDER PRESSES, OR FARM MACHW
cry of any Kind, call at the Register
Building and see BOOB.
TO THE FABHEBS !
AHn ALL I V WAST OF STORAGE 1
CI B. COMST0CK ft CO. HAVE THOB
)m ftlUrhlv timiltlllri nnrl o.rom.tl.nmnt
their Albany Warehouse, and having two
good Cleaners, can handle
ALL UHS THAT COMES
with safety and dispatch.
TlW'V Dm rtronn fori tt fnralal. oil IK.
Don't lie frightened by the old cry that
we nre crettlmp mnrn Ihon wn ran a.,
Call and sec for yourselves.
"FATR DEALING WILL WIN."
E will con-
fraet tn STimn
Wheat FRKE. either at A I.HAN Y. POHT-
LAND or HALSEY, until it Is worth 75
A LARGE AMOUNT OF FLAX SEFJ
wanted, for which we will pay to
HIGH EST MARKET PRICE
ill cash, from time to time.
For Common and Volunteer, 3c V D.
" extra line and clean, f i i V W) as.
C B. COMSTOCK ft CO.
presents a record of success unparalelud in
the history of Sewing Machines.
The Latest Improvements of Mm
CHALLENGES THE WORLD I
Sold at Chicago Prices, and War
ranted Five Tears.
W. J. HORNE, Gen. Agent.
Office, m Third street, Portland, iml
Next term opens,
Monday, September 1,
R. H. WARREN, President.
Take KTotioe !
nnHE NEW AND WELL-ARRANGED
A Warehouse of R. Chenille, With Im
proved cleaning aparatusoi ampie taptw
if y, is now prepared to receive grain for
the harvest of 1875.
Fanners wishing to store or sell wheat,
will nud It. to their advantasre'to See me
before selling elsewhere. All will be tarn
ished with sacks to move their grain by
calling on me.
The nkhest cash nrW wnl be pahl to
good merchantable wheat at all times.
-ii i. Km i , An nji
of excellent business qualifications, has
taken charge of the warehouse, and wia
superintend the receiving and delivery df
all grain passing through It.
Afhany, July 23, 1873-5n47m3