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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1873)
post (imn; REbLVTEii.
from Railroad (north and south) daily
t 13.40 1'. M.
Fronj Corv.ilH", daily, at 10.30 a. m.
From Lebanon, tri-weokly, (Monday,
Wednesday an,; Friday) at 10.30 A. Bt.
For Railroad inorth and .;:)'.(, daily,
sdose prompt at 11.45 a. m.
For Cornells, dai!.v,at 1.50 P. SC.
Ko(- Lebanon, til-weekly, (Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday) at 4 P. m.
OflU-e bOM i ' from 7 A. M. 1o 8 V. M.
Sunday, from 12 M. to 2 P. M.
Money order oilier hours from 9 a. m. to
4 ft M. P. 11. KAY MOM), P. M.
The REJUSTER Is Issued twice cneli
week (Wr '. n B lay and Saturday mornings!
it the low rice of three dollar per yew,
fn advan.-. Call at the oiKoe, corner of
ITim and Ferry streets, and Subscribe.
Equalisation. Uie State Board
tf Equalization Bare m:tI consider
able changes in tfic assessments ol this
county. have WW pie follow
ing changes :
Added twenty-five per cent, to the
assessment ofngrlcttltural lands, rrtak
Iti r .2.87 .'J27 50) an increase of647,
Adds seventeen per cent, to the as-
eessuieutof hordes, making $317,490,
ati increase of tl(W,180.
Add? torty-six per vent, to the as
MSment Of cuttle, making $223,061,
an increase ol $70,403.
Adds twenty -six per cent, to the as
fessmeut of .sheep, making $102, 103,
at i Increase of $21,131.
Adds one hundred and nlnety-tv '?)
ppr cent, to tlie assessment ol swine,
making $13,803, an increase ol $0,658.
It adds thirty-three and one third
lr cent, lo tin assessment of the
Western Union Telegraph Company's
property, making it $;!,400.
It adds one hundrul per cent, to the
assessment of the European and Ore
gon Land Company's property, mak
ing it $27,70j 60.
It adds sixty-six and two-thirds per
cent, to t lie assessment of the Willam
ette Valley and Cascade Mountain
Wagon Jiuiid Company' property,
making it $107,382 04.
It deducts $6,007 00 from the assess
ment of the Oregon and California and
Railroad Company's property, making
It $107,032 04.
Tlie above amounts arc taken from
the ret urn made by the Hoard of Equal
ization to the County Clerk of this
county . The Board have made one or
two mistakes which Will be very per
plexing to the county Officers. It is
jery evident Uiat Increasing the assess
ment 102 per cent. i. the matter ol
twine would amount to more than the
Board have made it. In the matter ol
tliv. railroad is another agrivating mis
take. The original Assessment was
$201,000. From this amount there
was a deduction made by the county
Board of $8,234, which would leave
$1350.1 and to lake $0,067 00, the
amount of the State Board's deduction,
would leave $189,018 04, instead of
$197,332 01 as they have it. As the
Bcito Board has adjourned it 'eaves
our county odirers in a quandary what
to do in the premises.
The little differences of opinion on
the question of locating tho Albany
and Santiatn Company's diteh has been
amicably settled to the satisfaction ol
all concerned. It Is to be brought into
town where it will do the most good.
Our mill men and others rejoice In the
prospect of soon having sufficient
water to turn all tha machinery I hey
may wish to run. This waterpewer
is going to be of incalculable value to
our city in a very short time.
Capt. N. B. Umphrey, Prosecut
ing Attorney for this District lias
returned to tins city after an absence
of several days on official business.
Mr. lit. Smith, ex-candidate etc.,
was in town yesterday, jolly as ever.
We are pleated to learn that Dr. W.
F. Alexander, who has been quite
sick for some days past, is now con
valescent. Dr. J. P. Tate and Mr. Walter
Monteith, of this city, are luxuriating
on clam chowder and sich over on the
Mr. A. S. Mercer is in town work
ing up his new paper, the Oregon Gran
ger. New Arrivals.--Messrs. Lnm
brecht & Co., who arrived in Albany
last spring and established themselves
in the wagon and carriage manufactur
ing business, have represented this
country to their friends back in Penn
sylvania as they Hud it, a good place
for those who will try to help ihetn-
selves, and the result is a number of
their friends arrived here a few days
ago. and intend to permanently locate
here. Thus it Is, those who settle and
remain here a while always bring
I FISAXCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Gold In Xew York. 10810S4'.
Legal tenders 90 'aoi'c.
Wheat iu Liverpool 12s 5d12s Sd ;
club, 12s 9d13s.
On Thursday morning, the 23th lilt.,
the stable of Mr. David Kelly, of Poca
hontas, Baker county, caught fire and
was entirely burned down, together
with a quantity of hay and two or three
sets of harness. It is not known how
the Are aught. Loss, $800 or $1,000.
The ship Eskdale, now at Portland,
is reported to be the largest vessel ever
in that port. She can carry l.OOOtons.
and will soon tommence to load with
wheat for Europe.
It is rumored that Prince Bismark
will summon Catholic Bishops of Ger
many who refuse to comply with the
Government measures toward ecelesi-
tstics, and demand their resignations.
Large numbers of einplo3'cs in
Eastern States continue to be thrown
out of employment every day in con
sequence ol the recent money panic.
Thos. F. Ileall, of Jackson county,
the past season raised 673 bushels, of
wheat on eight acres of land, being 72
busiiels to the acre.
MEDICAL WONDER !
CUKES ALL INTERNAL- AND EATER
nnl Aehes and Pains; Purities tho
lllood ; Regulates the Liver ; Cures Agues
and bad folds. Don't he without it Sold
A. W. GAMBLE, M. D.,
Physician, Surgeon, etc.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE At the Inte
residence of John C. Mendcnhall, near
the Foundiy, First street, Albany.
October 42, W7;iy
All who suffer from coughs, cokh
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
and the most to be dreaded otall. Con
sumption, can find sure relief iu Dr.
H'Mqr't tUOmm pf Wild Cherry, which
always cures when other remedies
MONTAGUE Jk McCULLY,
HAVE J IT ST RECEIVED, AND ARE
constantly receiving, large involeesof
ft'BESU UHOt EKIIX,
KEW CLOTHINU, and
General Merchandise !
which they will dispose of on tho fairest
and most, accommodating terms. A gen
eral bivitat ion is extended toall tocallaml
examine our new line of Dress Roods, late
styles of Clothing, head wear, boots, shoes,
Ac. Ac., the very latest in market, irml
leeled with the view of meeting the re
quirements of this people.
MoNTAtUIE & McCULLY.
October 18, 73m3
Only about a Half Dozen
MITCHELL WAGONS left at
Register Building, Albany.
For Hardware, .
Q.0 TO OOoJHk
RESH AND GOOD-GO TO
MOLLNE. PEORIA, CAST ( ASTSTKRL,
DODO'S is l he place to get t hem.
anything you want, fir8t tht
For Domestic Senilis Machine,
wh y ! don 't kail to call at
Wheat. There is but little wheat
now coming to town, ihe farmers hiv
ing hauled pretty much nil in except
wheat they can keep iu their own
granaries. Buyers are only offering
ninety-five cents here, and farmers
,vill hold their grain in preference to
taking that figure.
Seed Wiieat. Howell, Harper &
Co. have for sale a choice article of
Wheat tor seed, such as Fall or White
Winter. Click and Chila Club, Sonora,
etc., &c, all of which thev will dispose
of by exchanging for other wheat, or i th" burnt fflstrlct, seemed ny the si
on other terms which will nlltf. t$S$L S'lte;co,,1
SOLD ON CKEOIT, OR EXCHANGED
for other Proncrty. Money Loaned.
Notes, Accounts and Demands on the U.
C M. (IIITEK
will sell his own City Lots nud BloekS and
outside lands, on a long time, or will ex
change for other property. He owns real
estate In all purls ol the idly, and can sell
cheaixr than any one else.
MOi.-Nr-i iajamii lor any person, on
For (bo Latent Iu
BU C K 8 A W AXES, P1TCHKORKB,
etc., give Bonn a call, anyway.
When Toil Want
ftlDER PRESSES, OR FARM MACIHN
erv of any kind, call at thoHegintei
uouuing ana see
improved real estate in this city. Interest
eolieeteil quarterly and remitted to lender.
Loans can lie ma le to rebuild brick houses
merty. Notes, Vouchers, Aecoimts and
Claims on the U. S. collected.
Address, C. M. OABTER,
Carter's Block, Portland, Or
October IS, l.-'TS-lin
Released on Bail. Sbutts, the
young man bound over last week in
the stun of $2,000 to appear belore the
next grand jury to answer the charge
of manslaughter, in the matter of the
Sweet Home tragedy, has liceu re
leased by giving bonds to that amount.
Needed. A shower of rain is be
ginning to be needed to enable the
tanners to continue plow mg to advantage.
A medicine that has done more than all j
the prescript ions of the pluirinacopicir. to I
protect the human system against the, j
bodily ills siiK'iindueed by unhealthy giir- j
foundings, iscertainly worthy of universal :
confidence. It is mainly on account of Its I
Host et tor's Stomach Hitters is so ox- ! SASIT, BLIND, AND DOOR'
ew-uiHKn iw""m lit un-uunus nuujvui to
the visitation of miasmatic fevers and
other diseases produced by empoisoned
air. A thmlly thiit has escaped sickness
during a sickly season in ermsequeneu of
using the Bittei-s as a safeguard, is a living
advertisement of the virtues of tho pre
paration. The w hole neighborhood 'al-
ize the fact. "I couldn't believe it," says
one. "I scarcely credited the iwlvertise
nients; but one must bellove what one
sees," says another. "It Is the very thing
we need in this unwholsome soolioii of
canntrv.' remarks a lllird. And theriv
suit Is t hat the Instinct of self defonec, the
(irst. law of nature, induces three-fourths!
of that community to obtain u supply of
tuegrent vegi-ianie aiutuote nciore tno
BUILDKRS, ATTENTION !
F1 A. C T O Y .
S.U. ALTIIOUSE. J. F. BACKKXSTO.
ALTHOUE & CO.,
Lyon Street, on the River Hank,
TO THE FARMERS 1
ANO AM. IX WANT OF KTOBAWE!
CB. COM8TOCK ft CO. HAVE THOB-
onghly repaired anilsti-euglhened
their Altmny Warehouse, and having two
good Cleaners, can handle
ALL OBAN THAT ('O.WES -
with safety and dispatch.
They are prepared to furnish nil the
Don't Ik; frightened by tho old cry that
we are getting more (bun wo can "store
Call and see for yourselves.
"FAIR DEALING WILL WIN."
nexi sickly season sets In. In the winter, i Kwm nn i.....,! f,. ,ljmr,ni.,f
COONTY Court. The County Court
is now in session. Yesterday the
court was engaged on Probate business,
The Jacksonville . Sviilinnl Icarus
from Prosecuting Attorney Neil that
August Walters disemboweled a team
ster belonging to Wilson's Circus, at
Ashland, on Thursday evening last.
We have not learned the teamster's
name, but understand that he is dan
OUR Mills. Messrs. Foster's
flowed ing mills are grinding a little ;
the lack ol wafer; however, prevents
them from doing anything like bus
iness. Messrs. Bench & Monteith's
mills are compelled to remain idle for
want of water. The lack of water has
b!en a great loss to these companies,
which, it is hoped will not have to he
Incurred another season, as they will
have plenty of water from the Sanliain
CanVassinu.-Mi'. W. Peter3, of
Uilscity, will canvass this city and
vicinity for subscriptions to the Oregon
Granger. This is a worthy enterprise
and should lie favorably received by
our citizens and well patronized by
our fanners. Mr." Mercer will no
doubt make the Gf inyer a first-class
paper, and one which should be iu
very family in the Slate.
Business. Our streets present quite
busy appearanfe. Our merchants
re receiving large quantities of goods
rrery day, and are selling them as
UA us they are received.
Appropriations for city expenses of
New York for 1874, approved October
31th, by the Board of Estimate Ap
portioned, foot up $25,500,000, an in
crease over last year of $1,808,000.
The county's appropriation foots up
to 113.400,000, an increase over last
year of over 13.000,000.
Mr. J. H. I). Henderson who, was
Representative iu Congress from
Oregon when the Increased and back
pay bill of 1833 was passed, has pub
lished a card denying the alleg.ttiou
by Col. Nesmitlithat he (Henderson)
voted lor the bill.
whnn the system requires extra vigor and
elasticity to enable Itto iaflte tlieetreotsof
serviceable. Rheumatism will
not bo apt to fasten upon muscles and
nerves that have been braced up by this
excellent Invlgorant and nervine; nor
will the severities of the season, which
have such a disastrous citeet onlhepulmo
nary organs of i he feeble and delicate, le
likely to exercise the stone untoward Influ
ences in cases where t he stomach and the
external surface of the body (which always
sympathizes with the digestive organs)
nave noon toned mm si miniated oy n course
of the rostomlive. The lits of Indigestion
nod (rrogularltiesoftho liowels which pro
ceed from sudden changes of weather may
alw ays lo averted by u timely use of the
At Tangent, Oct. Wtb, 1873, of consump
tion, Mary Jane, wife of Daniel Miller,
aged 58 years, in mout lis, and It! days.
fspw i.il Ordinance No. 21.
lltclating 10 building Cisterns:
FURNISH TO ORDER,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, and
CHOWS, PANEL. HAND A MICTION
Of all sizes
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
All other hinds oi imUdiitg Mntcrlal .
We will con
Inlet m sTi.na
Wheat FREE,eillierat ALBANY, PORT.
LAND or HALSEY, until It Is worth 7to
per bushel. .
ALAHCK AMOUNT OF KMX NEED
wunied, for which wo will jiay to
inUIIENT 11 tltiiCJ PRICE
iu cash, from time to time.
For Common and Volunteer, 3c V ft.
" Citra line and clenn, fl 25 "J IW u s.
C. B. COMSTOCK ft CO.
CO TO THE
I'ltEPAIiEl) TO 1)0 StII.I.
furnish shaker fans, zigzag
U oirlff (ii ft 6y th- LXmmrm CuumHoflhA shakers, suction fans, driving pulleys of
CHucf fffxnij.' any kind, ui our lactory on Lyon si reel ion
BECTt .'. L That four cisterns he dug or ' IhC river hoitk), next below MarkhamV
made lor the use of the city, to furnish ! warehouse. ALTHOUSE ft CO.
Two convicts were pardoned out of
the penitentiary by the Governor.
One was a man named Warren, sen
tenced from Jackson county for larce
ny. The other was a half-breed, sen
tenced for killing an Indian.
At New York on the 3d Inst, the
Pacific Mail Company received a dis
patch announcing the complete wreck
of tlio steamo.' lrfei between Yokoha
ma and Hnkodadl. The crew and
passengers were saved.
water for the purpose of extingnishin
BBC. 2. That the cisterns In built under 1
the supervision ofu Committee on Cistern
Building. Said committee to te appoint-!
od by the Mayor.
BBC. 3. T'neclsternstobclocated.itsiich 1
not nt s us the Committee on Cisterns shall !
designate, and that they lie walled iipwith
orioK, anil either nretieit over with nricK i
or covered in with limber and liimlcr. a j
shall bo deemed best by the City Council 1
considering I he bid for each way.
siKc. 4. Tho sold Committee on Cisterns I
to examine and report to the Council the I
building of said cisterns, and whether
they 8W) completed according to contract. 1
skc. 9. The i ity Hocoraur shall advorlUe
for bids for the building of said lour els- .
terns as hy the said committee directed, j
Skc. ti. This ordinance to take etfect i
and be in force from and after live days
from its publication.
Passed the Council October 28th, 1S73.
Approved October 2S1 h, 1S73.
COLL. VAN tJ.EVB, Mayor.
Jos. Ha.nnon, City Recorder.
A. WHEELER. C. P. HOCGE.
C. R. WIIEKLEK.
a. wheeled: co.,
Albany, Feb. 10, 1SXM4
Next term ojk un,
11mdu.v, September 1,
It. It. WAKK:-:N, Prrsideiit
Dealers in Merchandise and Produce. A
good assort uieiit of oil kinds of Goods al
ways in store at lowest market rates.
Agents for sale, of Wagons, (iraln Drills,
Cider Mills, Chums, Ac., Ac.
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, PORK,
BUTTER, EGOS and 1-OULTRY.
TaJaco KTotloo !
riMlE NEW AND WELL-ARRANGED
X Warehouse of It. C'beadle, with bn
in oved cleaning ai'imit us of ample capac
ity. Is now prcfttrcd to nvolvo giuWi for
the harvest of I87S.
Farmers w ishing lo stow! or sell wheat,
will And It to their advantage tosee me
before selling elsewhere. All will 1)0 tarn
ished with sacks to move I heir grain by
culling on me.
The highest, cash prlne win he jsiid tor
gtKKl merchantable wheat at all times.
I! S. MkuiiIM, nn nlil oitlmn nf Alliimr
of excellent business qwdlBcatkins, has I will always do troll toraliand see for iuem-
&-., fcc, &(.,
vn uv TOR ASH!
Cnnnlry Produce ol AH Hind
UOtKiHT FOR MERCHANDISE OK
This Is the ntaoe to cut the ItEST BAD.
Cains over oiferod fn Albany. Par'les
taken chaive of the warehouse, and will
superintend the reeeivimtand delivery ol
nil grain passing through it,
Albany, July 23, Is73-Sn47m3
C'ooh Buy Coal Agency.
BERRTMAN A DOYI.E.
DEALKRvS la Cumberland, Lehigh and
all descriptions of Foreign and Do
mestic Coals. Also, PIG IRON.
Hulk head -between Pacific and Jackson
street wharves, San Francisco. Col. Uv8
First slrcot, Albany, Oregon. flit
&Ktn49Anerday. Agents wantedl AO
JMlUflP" elasses of working people, of
either sex, young or old, make more, m n
ev t work Tor us in their spare moms it
oi- all the time, than at anything else Po
ticulars free. Address G, 8t bison 4 Co.,
Portland, Maine. Ujl