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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1873)
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POST OFFICE BEfalSTEB.
lorlli and south) daily
at li.ffl p. M.
From CorvallU, daily, fit 10,30 A. M.
From Lebanon, trl-wcckly, (Monday,
'(Jedncsilay and K ldayl at 10.30 A. M.
MAI s DKPABT:
For Railroad (t itli and o..r.:i), daily,
doso prompt nt 11 ' A. M.
rwCorvttUI, daily, at 1J0p.il
For Lebanon, tri-weokly, (Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday) at 2 p. m.
Office ItOUM from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M.
6nndny, from 12 M, to 2 P. M.
Money order office lionrs from A. M.1o
a p.m. P. H. RAYMOND, P.M.
The BEUISTF.lt is issued twice, each
week (Wednesday and Sat unlay mornings)
tt the low price of llireo dollars per year,
fn advnnee. Call at the office, corner of
'First and Ferry streets, and subscribe.
CIRCUIT ContT For Linn county
adjourned at noon on Thursday, after
session of one week and a halt. The
following business was transacted :
J. and George Blakely, assault and
battery ; plead guilty of as-sault, and
were fined ?50 and costs.
Peter Bilycn. assault with danger
ous weapon ; found guilty of assault,
and lined $200 and cost,-.
Win. Monro, selling liquor without
license ; found guilty and fined $50
A. 6. Qiicenerv assault with danger
OUS weapon; plead guilty to assault,
and fined i'u) and costs.
Win. Brown, assault with danger
ous weapon: found guilty ci' tssanlt,
and fined $50 and costs.
E. Chenoweth vs. J, B. Sprengcr
confirmation of sale.
Win. Smith vs. II. B. Polly eonfir-
mation of sale.
Thomas Montelth, D. Beach and 8.
Althouse, nppelants injunction suit
' Hawley, Dodd & Co. vs. W. J.
Bridgelarmer, suit on account; judge
ment for plaintiffs.
Geo. W. Young vs. C. Young, suit
tor divorce granted
Mary A. Patterson vs. Wm Patter
ion, suit for divorce granted.
Alfred Wheeler vs. J. I). Parsons
Judgeini,! for plaintiff.
Albert Slater vs. G. Miller, damage
I0.lt verdict for defendant.
Geo. Coffgail VS. A. Gaylord, action
to recover money judgment
C. Wcstlake vs. Howell & Westlake.
cuit to recover money loaned verdict
Albany & Santiam Canal Company
vs. Hiram Smith, adm'r.i suit for right
of wayright of way granted.
Same vs. Rachel Hitter, and same
vs. G. W. )5ackt;s right cf way grant
ed in both wises.
Emtntt htmilton vs. S. W. Gaines,
lander t it- verdict. $'2,000 damages.
E. C. Aldrich and J. B, Batter vs.
D. McDowell & Sons, Milt to recover
money -verdict for plaintiff's.
8ev -tl eases of minor i importance
Second Installment Of new Win
ter goods jus received by A. Wheeler
4 Co.. Shedd. Stock kept full and
complete at all times, by frequent
additlouEN)f fresh goods, comprising
the novelties of the season, all sold at
bedrock prices for ready pay. Cash,
as usual, paid for all kinds of merchant
Peoiua Grange, Mr. E. E. Fan
ning, t Organizing Officer for Linn
county, on Tuesday, the 21st. Inst., or
ganized a Grange of the Patrons of
.Husbandry at Peoria, with twenty
five members, eight of whom were
ladies. The. following named gentle
men were elected officers of the Grange
tor the term: S. I). Haley Master;
O. VV'aft, Secretary; Tho's. Perter,
Lecturer; II. MurrJhy, Steward.
Oregon Museum. Persons visiting
Portland slxsmld not fail while there
to call and examine the largo collec
tion ot rare and beautiful articles on
exhibition at the Oregon Museum, on
First street, lately opened by Mr. T.
A. Woodward. Everything stmnge
and marvelous finds its way to .the
Museum. An hour or two can be
very profitably spent at the Museum,
by oil mid young, all for the small
Reed's Panorama. From W. II.
Lewis, advance agent of Reed's Pano
rama, we learn tlmttlris superior work
of art will visit our city for the last
time, on its way through the State
from the south, on Friday evening,
October 31st, 1873, and will be ex
hibited on that evening at the Pacific
Opera House. This will be the last
opportunity our citizens will have to
sec this magnificent painting of Ore
gon scenery, as it will go from tins
city on Saturday to Salem, Portland
and Astoria, whence it will lake its de
parture on the steamer for t lie Eastern
States. There should bo a rousing au
dience on Friday night.
New Goods. Messrs. Harper &
Co. are receiving their new Fall and
Winter goods, groceries, etc., the
largest stock ever purchased by the
linn. Their new styles of ladies dress
goods are beautiful, and will certainly I
please the taste of the most fastidious.
They have a number of novelties in
the way of fancy dress goods, gentle
men's clothing and underwear, etc.,
which should be seen to be appreciated.
Sportsmen will find an elegant lot of
fowling pieces, of the latest improved
make. They extend an .invitation to
all to call and examine goods and
A. SnKUBT. Dr. Steele, proprietor
of the "Medical Wonder," who gave
street entertainments two or three
nights this week to admiring crowds,
as a singist and bairjoistis exceedingly
hard to get away with. The Dr. will
probably give an entertainment this
evening, it) on his return from Corval
lis. If yon want to be waked up and
the dumps knocked out of you. go and
hear him. P. S. We learn that the
Dr. has changed bis course, going to
Portland instead of Corvallis, and will
not be here to-day.
Tangent Change No. 7 Meets on
the second Saturday of each month,
at their hall In Tangent. The officers
of the Grange are. E. E. Fanning,
Master; Andrew Blevius, Overseer;
Alfred Blevins, Secretary ; W. Bene
dict, Lecturer, and John Blevius,
Coleman's EuCALYPTUS.-Tliis com
pound extinct seems to be rapidly
gaining (he confidence of the public,
and it we are to believe the published
statements of reliable gentlemen, is
effecting remarkable cures in difficult
cases. For sale by Hodge. Calcf &
Co., Portland, agents for Oregon.
STORAGE. -A little storage room
again available in the Farmers Union
Warehouse, at Shedd. Tho managers
have made arrangements which they
trust v,-ill enable them to accommo
date all wishing to store there. Oats
and barley are wanted in exchange
' . Co-Partnership. Dr. Houghton,
late of Hosehurg, lias tormed a part
nership with Dr. Harris, of this city,
111 the practice of medicine. Dr. B.
has been in the successful practice ot
medicine for years. Is" a gentleman ot
culture and refinement, '.nd will make
a valuable acquisition to our society.
Personal. On Wednesday, Mr.
Wilson Blain and wife, together with
their son, Mr. Joseph Blaiu, residents
of Linn county for twenty odd ..year,
started on a trip to Indiana, to vl-it
(lie old homestead. We wish them it
Dr. J. L. Hill and family start for
Umatilla next Wednesday.
Mr. L. Elkms and lady will visit
the Dalles on Wednesday next.
All who suffer from-coughs, colds,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
and the ntoftfeto be dreaded otall. Con
sumption,, can find sure relief. in Dr.
II v.,ti tialaam of Wild Cherry, which
always cures when other remedies
FINANCIAL AM) COHttEBCIAL.
Gold In New York. 103.
Legal tenders 00WQ01
Wheat in Liverpool 12s"i012s 8d ;
club, 12s fldi;!s.
Wheat in Ban Francisco ranges from
2 15 to $2 30 per cental. .Out. 1 B5
8$1 86 pet cental. Butter, 27,55e
perpound. Eggs, Oregon, patentcar
ricrs. 50c, other Tots 46c per dozen.
WJieat in Portland, S01 85 per
As .there is no wheat offered we still
have no quotations for this market
Seed Wheat. Howell, Harper &
Co. have tor sale a clioice article, of
Wheat lor seed, such as Fall or White
Winter. Click and Chi la Club. Sonora,
&c, Ac. all of which they will dispose
of by exchanging for other wheat, or
on other terms which will nlltf.
A case of yellow fever reported In
New York city on the 22d.
Natural Decay -Protect the System.
The human body isa machlne,and there
fore cannot endure forever; but, like a
watch or a sewing machine, ft will last
much longer if properly regulated and
duly repaired, than if no pains were taken
to k'cep it in order. The great object of
every one who desires a long and healthy
life should Ik) to put his Widy In a condi
tion to resist the life threatening influ
ences by which we are till more or less
surrounded; and no invigorant and cor
rective at present known so effectively an
swers this purpose as the vitalizing elixir
wlilcl), under the unpretending nnuie of
Hostutter'sStomnch Hitters, has been for
more t han twenty years tho standard ton
ic of America. In crowded cities, where
the atmosphere is contaminated with the
effluvia inseparable from large popula
tions; in marshy regions, where the soggy
soil reeks with ...iasma: on the prairies
and In the forests, where every tall the
air Is tainted with exhalations from rot
ting wee Is and grasses, or decomposing
lenves -in short, in every locality where
tmtferta exists, this powerful vegetable
antidote is urgently needed. Fever and
ague, bilious fevers, dysentery, congestion
af the liver, Jaundice, rheumatism, and all
diseases which are generated by infected
air, impure water, or sudden changes of
t,.iimi.intiire. nniv lie averted by strength
ening and regulating the system in ad
vance with Hosteller's Hitters. Autumn
is always a season of peril, especially to
weak, susceptible organizations, Even
the more vigorous areapt to be in some
measure depressed by the humid atmos
phere, loaded with deleterious gases pro
duced by vegetable decay. The (all is a
period 01 tne year wneu me ruinmiuon
and regulation of the living .machine is
eculiarly lmiiortant, and the Hitters
should therefore be taken dally at this
critical season. , 001
A. WHEELER. C P. 1I0CGE.
C. 1!. WIIKELEll.
A. WHEELED A" CO.,
ForwarcEin& Commiss'n Merchants.
Dealers in Merchandise and Produce. A
good assortment of all kinds of Goods al
ways in store at lowest market rates.
Agents for sole of Wagons, Grain Drills,
Cider Mills, Chums, Ac., Ac
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, rORK,
BUTTER, EGGS and POULTRY.
CURES AM. INTERNAL AND E.XTEB
nul Aches and I'alns; I'urldes the
lfiood; Regulates the Diver; cures Agues
and bad Colds. Lon'l be without it Sold
A. W. GAMBLE, M. D.,
Physician, Surgeon, etc.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE-At the late
residence of John C. Mendenliall, near
the Found' v, First street, Albany.
Sealed proposals will lie received
by the Albany A SanrJain Water Ditch
or Canal C mpany, at (heir office in Alba
ny, up lo Monday. October 27th, 1873, at 1
o'clock P. M. ot siiid day, lor the executing
and completing t lie earthwork of so much
of tho Canal as passes through said city,
commencing at Make SIS. thence running
u nort invest eourse.pussing under the rail
road, thence lollowim- down said railroad
a northeast course to stake 664, Inclusive,
and to be done according to specifications
and terms, which can he found in the Com
pany's office, tut Company reserving the
right to reject nnv and all bids. The con
tract will be let by the cubic yard.
" L. ELK1NS, .President.
K. B.-Also.a contract will be let forfur
ntihing 35,009 foot of good died or Yellow
Fir Lumber. SpecitlcullomvAc, to be seen
at office of the Company.
Albany, October?, lij?3.
NEW GOODS !
MONTAGUE & McCULLY,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND ARE
constantly receiving, large invoices of
NEW t'LOTIIINU, and'
General MereliandLxe !
whloh thpy will dispose of on Iho fairest,
and most accotnnuidtttina leruss. A gen
eral invitation Is extended tool! to cnlland
examine our new line of Dress fioo Is, into
si vies of Clothing, head wear. hoo;s, shoes,
Ac., Ac, the very intcsl in jharkel , and sc
leuled with tile view of meeting tho re
quirements of this ieople.
MONTAGUE & McLLLY.
October 1H, 'Tim'i
OOLD ON CKKDIT, OR EXCHANGED
O for other property. Money Loaned,
Motes, Accounts ami Detnanda on tho U.
C. M. CARTER
will soli his own City Lots mid Blocks and
outside lands, on a long time, or win ex
change for other property. JIo owns real
estate in all parts of l he city, and can sell
cheaper than any one else.
MONEY LOANED for any person, on
improved real estate in this city. Int.- est
collected quarterly and remitted to lender.
Loans ean lie ma do to lnlmUd brick houses
in the burnt district, secured by the same
property. Notes, Voccliecs. Accounts and
Claims on the D, S. collected.
Address, tt M. CARTER,
Carter's Block, Portland, Or.
October 18, lS73-lm
1 A AAA BUSnEL&er OATS. Inqntrc
1 U. UUU at the Old Warehouse, of
aug. iM9m3 E. S. MERRILL.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION !
SASH, BLIND, AND DOOR
8. H. ALTHOUSE. J. F. BACKEKSTO.
ALTHOESE & CO.,
Lyon Street, on the River Bank,
Keep on hand a full assortment, and are
FURNISH TO ORDER,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, and
IW , PA&EI., HASH A 8ECTIUS
Of all sizes
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
A1I other kinds of Building Material .
A 180: PREPARED TO DO MILL
f work, furnish shaker funs, ziirzaK
sliakcrs, suction fans, driving pulleys of
any Kind, at our factory on i.yon sircenon
the river bank), noxt below Mnrkham's
wnrcliouse. ALTHOUSE & CO.
Albany, Feb. 10, 18C9-H
GQ TO THE
&c, &c, Sec,
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Country Produce ot All Kind
BOUGHT FOR MERCHANDISE OR
This is the place to L-et the BEST BAR
GAINS ever offered in Albany. Parties
will always do well tocallandseu for them
selves. II. WEED.
First street, Albany, Oregon. Kv5
A. F. CIIERICY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engiues,
Elour and Saw Mill Machin
ery, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IKOX AM) MIIASS CASTINUS.
Pnrtlenlar attention jiald torepainncall
kinds of inacliinci y. 4lv3
(JUrtnutiOA per day. Agents wantcdl All
qptluflp v classes of working jieoplc, of
el i her sex, young or old, make mote mon
ey at work for us in their spare .moment
or nil the, time, than at anything else Par
ticulars free. Address G. Slinson A Co.,
Portland, Maine. llyl
Coon Bay Coal Agency.
BEBBYHAN Sc DOYI.K.
DTALERS in Cuinlxrland, Lchlgk and
11 descriptions of Foreign and Do
mestic Coals. Also. PIG IRON.
Ttntkhead between Pacific, and Jackson
utreet wharves. San Francisco. Cal. Uv5
Only about a Half Dozen
ir tTntFM. Waoons loft at
Register BnildiBg, Albany.
RESH ANDOOD GO TO
OLUn'E, PEORIA, CAST CASTSTEE1
IKlMli-K is tin- place to get mem.
NYTHING YOU WANT, FIRST TBT
For Domestic hewing Machine,
WHY! DON'T FAIL TO CALL AT
For Ihe Lateat in
BUCKSAW 8, AXES, PITCHFORKS,
etc., give DODD a call, anyway.
When Yon Want
piDKR PRESSES, OR FARM MACIHN
J cry of any kind, call at the Keaistei
Building und sec DODD.
TO THE FARMERS!
AND ALL IN WANT OF STOBAUM
CR. C0MSTOCK & CO. HAVE THOB-
oushly repalnid and strengthened
their Albany Warehouse, and having two
good Cleaners, can bundle
ALL WBAX TIIAT COMES
with :fety and dispatch. '
They are prepared to furnish all tha
Don't be frightened by the old cry that
we an! getting more than we can store
Call and sec for yourselves.
"FAIR DEALING WILL WIN."
tract to stohh
Wh t FREE, cither lit. ALBANY. PORT
LAN l or IIALSEY, until It is wortli 7J
LARGE AMOUNT OF FLAX KEKD
wanted, for which we will pay tim
Umms t MABHLT I'BICE
In oasli, from time to time.
I'ii nt l!ioi:if ioim:
For Common und Volunteer, 3c ifi tt.
' extra line and clean, ii V lie Oa.
C. B. COMSTOCK & CO.
I resents a record of .success unpamlcledm
;!)( hlstory.of Sewing Machines.
The Latcat Improvements of tb
CHALLENGES THE WORLH
old nt ChtcnKO Prices, ami Wa
runted I H ' Years.
w. J. BORNE, Gen. Agent.
Olllce, 1M Third sfrwu.Portlaud. 2m
Next t. i hi opens,
Nonday, September I, 1875.
It. H. WABBi.N, rrcaldent.
Take OKTo tloe 1
rpiIE NEW AVU WELIER ANQSD
L Warehouse -of R. Cheadle. with in
moved cleaning ararat us of ample uipao
Ity, is nowNpiepnred to receive groin lor
the harvest of 1873.
Farmers wishing to store or soil wheat,
will Hud It to their advantage to see ma
licfore selling elsewhere. All will be furn
ished with sacks to move their grain bT
calling os me.
ine ingiiest casn pvw win w ruu w
good merchantable winjat at all times.
E. SMEitRiiii., aa-old cltircn of Albany,
of excellent business quallflcatlona. has
taken chargo o tho warehouse, and wU
superintend the receiving and delivery
all grain pasnuig through it. CHgADW
Albany, July 23, l873-3n47n)3