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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1874)
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F1UDAY, AUGUST 28, 1874.
wist office hhuiktrh.
From Railroad (north and south! dally
at ll.lo p. m.
From Corvsllls, dally, at 10.30 A, M.
From Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday,
Wednesday and Friday) at 10.89 A. M.
For Ball road (north and iiU), dally,
eKwte prompt at 11.10a. m.
For Corvallls, daily, at 1.50 v. .
For Lebanon, tri weekly, (Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday) at P. u.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 7 P.
Sunday, from lix. ro 2 p. m.
Money order office hours from ? A. M. to
Sr.. P. H. RAYMOND, P. M.
services nv.xr rumday.
BAPTIST CHURCH -Services at 11 A.M.
and 7 P. M. Sunday School at UK P. M.
Rev. C. H. Mattoon, Pastor.
M. K. CHCRCH -Services at 11 A. M. and
7 P.M. Sunday 9chooUtK P.M. Rov.
Isaiah Wilson, Pastor.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN - Services at
11 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday School at
K P. M. Rev. 8. (J. Irvine, Pastor.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Without
a Pastor at present. Snnday School at
iX P. M.
M. K. CHURCH SOUTH -Services In Con-
Cnurcn airernsie muiw"
v. Jos. Emery, Pastor.
"PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - Services at
College Chanpcl, alternate Sahlaths, at
11 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday School at
12 X P.M. Rev. K. R. Geary, D.D., Pastor.
As Old Pioneer Gone.
Fattier Altree died at 4 o'clock
Snnday afternoon of paralysis, fter
a lingering illness of many weeks.
He wa9 buried on Tuesday after
noon. A Fool. The tanners talk of
putting up a pool of 20,000 bushels
ot wheat as a market opener.
Whether the pool will he ofJered to
the highest bidder, or a price will
be set at which it will be sold, we
have not learned.
Comi'limem'abt. "We find the
following in Tuesday's Oregonian:
"Prof. A. S. Abernethy, well
known in Portland, has accepted a
position as teacher in Albany Col
legiate Institute. We feel confident
tbat he will give satisfaction in his
new field of labor.
Funeral Sermon. The funeral
sermon of E. 6. Altree will be
preached at the M. E. Church on
Sunday morning at 11 A. M , by
Rev. Isaiah Wilson. Subject:
Resurrection ot the dead.
Returned. Messrs. Tally,
Miller, Weller and Burkhart, . re
turned from the mountains on Tues
day. They killed twel re deer and
one black bear. Billy M iller claims
the honor ot gettiig away with
bruin, who weighed probably two
hundred and fifty pounds.
Switch Chanced, The rail
road company have taken up a
portion of the switch and replaced
h so as to be more convenient to the
Farmers' warehouse, and extended
it east to .Morris & Parker's new
warehouse. Under the new man
agement the company seems to be
extending every reasonable facility
to our shippers.
Excursion. On Tuesday
Mesxrs. Dave Thompson and wife,
Ana. Marshall, wife and three chil
dren, Perry Raymond and wife,
Allen Parker, wife snd son, Mrs.
Samuel A'thouse and tour daugh
ters, took the southern bound train
for Pass Creek, where they intend
to enjoy camp lite among the foun
tains. They will be absent about
Ben Simpson was in the city
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Campmketino at Lebanon.
A campmeeting will be held at grain pouring into our warehouses
Lebanon, commencing on Friday, daily.
September 18tb, by the Cumberland ; y0 c-mnge in market quotations
lTesbyterians. A cordial invitation i 0Jr Bst Hotter, fresh roll,
is given to all members and firieii.ls , .eoc . eggS) 20c.
of Christ's Church, of all orthodox -
denominations, to come and camp ' Caliiornia peaches, grapes, sweet
on the grounds, and join in the j etc., in full supply at the
meeting with us No huxter shops ; grocers.
or articles ot traffic will be allowed j Tf)e j?Bw warehouse has re
upon the grounds, or within its : om 05 000 bnst.els of wheat
limits, as prescribed by law, which Me m itcome)
will be rigidly enforced. j .
C. A. Trooley, Pastor. A new frame business houso has
j heen commenced for Dr. Plumraer
Operation Performed. oine j on First street, next to Weed's
two weeks ago, in San Francisco,
Miss Laura, daughter of Dr. Tate,
of this city, who has been threatened
with blindness, had an operation
performed upon her eyes by an em,
inept surgeou of that city. It wil'
be some time yet before the results
of the operation can be defii''j
dPtonaini, but all have hopes that
it will prove successful, and that
Miss Laura, one 01 ine raw hikjiu-
geut and interesting young ladies of j Calvin B. McDonald, Esq., Ed
our city, will be restored to sight a I itor in Chief of the Stattman,
priceless boon. Upon the result of j spent two or three days in the city
the operation depends to a great during the week. We are sorry to
extent the further movements of know that his health is not the best
False. Last fall, Dr. Bough,
ton, of this city, removed a tumor
from the right side, over the region
of the liver, of Mrs. Powell, who
resides about six miles trom this
city. The operati n was entirely
successful, and the lady is now en
joying good health. We make
mention of these facts now, for the
purpose ot contradicting reports that
have been put in circulation regard
ing the matter. It has been
p.harpwl. and nrohahlv ffeneraliv
viu.,1 .i,, n. ni i,,i
the sum ot $600 for removing the
tumor, but after some difficulty was
persuaded to cut his charge down
to U00. The whole report is false.
Dr. Boughton never made anv
charge, and only accepted what
Mr. Powell, Mrs. Powell's husband,
through Dr. W. II. Harris, freely
tendered $150. These are the
facts in the case, and those who
have beard or retailed a different
story were, to say the least, wrongly
New Firm. ClaftV, Stewart is
now one of the proprietors of the
Democrat, as we see by the last
issue. Claib is a young man of
good promise and ability, and hav
ing worked in the office for several
years past, thoroughly understands
the demands of the patrons ot the
concern. May the success hitherto
attending the paper continue with
the new firm.
Plums. Last week Mrs. E. B.
Purdom presented us with a little
branch, cut trom a plum tree in her
garden, not longer than your hand,
on which was clustered near a quart
of luscious plums. This was only
a fair sample of the manner in which
that tree was laden with fruit.
A Good Investment. The
stockholders in the Albany Far
mers' Warehouse, last season,
cleared over twenty-five hun
dred dollars a profit of twenty
one per cent, on the capital inves
ted. This is certainly a good and
New goods at Sara'l E. Young's,
and more coming.
5r. Comstock, of Pass Creek
Mills, was io the city Tuesday.
grocery store. We are informed
that when finished, it will be occu
pied as a telegraph office and drug
On Sunday last a dashing wid
ower, undertaking to show the girls
how to walk a plank thrown across
the Canal, fell in ker splash, nearly
, hjR gir,R
! dM H , no ,
in the world.
The report as to the condition of
Miss Dele TIaight, who went to
Salem a few weeks since to be
treated for consumption, are not of
the most favorable character, and
her friends fear the worst.
The excursionists who left this
city for Pass Creek, composed
mostly ot Odd Fellows and their
families, will rejurn by Tuesday
next, as the tickets are good for one
Mart. V. Brown has sold his
j resitle,,ce in this we 8re in
formed, and will remove to Salem
soon, to attend to his duties as'State
1 1 nnler wnicn commence wun uie
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0PpninS 01 ine S ue
Mr. Graves, late of the Cheraek
eta Hotel, Salem, who visited this
city the first of the week, came for
the purpose of endeavoring to pur
chase the St. Charles Hotel in this
city. He was unsuccessful.
Dr. Plumer reached this city on
Tuesday, summoned to the bedside
of a very sick daughter, from opera
tions on the new telegraph wire
now being put in repair by him tor
the W. U. Tel. Co.
The health of the county is im
provit somewhat, but there are
still quite a number of sufferers.
Bilious fever seems to be the pre
Baum has purchased an immense
stock of clothing, dry goods, etc.,
in San Francisco, which will soon
be spread upon counters and shelves
for the inspection of purchasers.
Vanny Smith has retired from
the firm of C. P. Harper A Co.
merchants, and will probably here
after devote himself to scholastic
pursuits. Possibly a portion of his
time will be devoted to agriculture,
such as chasing the swift-winged
butterfly, snaring the festive potato
bug, spearing the soaring fish, or
shearing the omniferous gutter
snipe. May success attend him.
The recent Methodist Annual
Conference returned Rev. Isaiah
Wilaqn to the charge in this city,
which he served so acceptably last
Harvest still progressing,
W.u. C. Tweedale. wife aud
mother, Mrs. Altree, took the train j
Wednesday to join the excursionists,
at Pass Creek.
Milt. Ha'e, whose life was des-;
paired of last week, is now thought '
to lie out of danger, and slowly con-
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called on Tuesday. lie doesn't
, , , .1 1 1 iA
look a day older than when he left
us two or three years ago.
. T7. ." Z 3
Mrs. Tally, who was conhned to
her room !ast week by an attack ot
bilious fever, we are pleased to learn,
is again able to attend to household
Mrs. Kate Mendenhall, son and
daughter, returned to their home
;., PHl..J nn WodnMd.v afW a
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protracted visit in Linn couuty.
Ted. Parker came down trom
Rosebnrg on Tuesday Speaks
highly ot Roseburg and her people.
Heapcloudy warm rain threat
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Oold in New York, 101),
l-.Wii tenders, 90tllle.
Nan f'ruiirbiro Market.
WnEAT-l 62 V 100 lbs.
Fuieu Extra, 25; other brands,
OATS-ll M81 70 V 100 Us.
UNIONS-$2 73 V 100 U 8.
WUEAT-tl 40(31 50 V OentSl Of 100 D)8.
Oats - 3TJt (TUOc V bushel.
Flora Finn ; choice brands )5 00(33 50
Barley K 451 50 per cental.
Osions-1)K2c V lb.
Bl'TTER -Extra dair-2530c V lb ; com
EGGS-30C V dozen.
PorLTRY-tirown chickens, t3 504 f
HlBES-Cholce drj', 15c V ; salted, 7c
Wheat- White, bushel. 75S0c
Oats-V bushel, a5 cts.
P tatoes bushel, 50c.
Unions- bushel, 14vl 50.
FLorB-V bbl, t6 00.
Keans-White, V n, 3(84 c.
Dried FRt'lT Apples, V B, 5 cents;
Peaches, lfi Sc;.Plums, 14c; Currants, 10c
Butter Fresh rail, 254i30e V ID,
Eons-V dozen, 20c,
Chickens V dozen, 2 .VKK3.
Sva a rs -Crushed, 15c; Island, 1012c;
San Francisco reflnpd, tH V
Tea Vonng Hyson, II 25; Japan, 75c j
Coffee -38c V B.
Sybup- Heavy Golden, Vkeg, J2 50; Ex
heavy Golden, (1 00
BACON-Hains 12c, Sides Sc. Shoulders 7c
Lard In tins. 11c V n : in keas, e.
OILS-Devoe's Kerosene, 62 )c Vgal., V
can, 5 gals., 2 50 ; Linseed Oil, raw. V
iml.tl 2,.loied.l 37X.
Hides -Undressed deer skins, 20c V ft.,
dressed. II 2.1; tin- cow hides, tiint No.
1, 12; lie V ; green salted, No. 1, m
7e; sheepskins, 2.l6o30c each.
FtiBS-Otter, $13 each ; Fisher, 1CW
each ; Beaver, m II V It. ; Coyote, 50
2)e each ; Coon skins, '.tloc each.
chad, r Montague.
MONTAGUE I Aid1 ALLEY,
ARE NOW OPENING A MAGNIFICENT
SPRING GOODS !
-constating In part of elegant
and an endless variety of
Ribbons, Collars, Collnretteii,
for the ladles, and a tine assortment of
of all descriptions for men and boys,
full assortments of
Groceries, Crockery & Glassware.
The goods were selected with care, and
purchased at very low prices.
A look through our stock and our mark
ed prices thereon, will satisfy all that we
are determined to place ourgoodsat prices
that will warrant satisfaction to the pur
chaser. Lebanon, Oregon, April 25, 1874.
: A Wonderful Invention hk-
ckntly Patented. An elegant
little instrument which combines
twelve practically useful tools, viz :
Pocket Rule, Ruler, Square, Bevel,
Screw priver, Chisel, Compasses,
cjssors, I Sutton Hole Cutter, Paper
Knife, Eraser, and Pencil Shar-
i neiier. 1 ne arne e is inane 01 bitoi
ana evidently ourauie. jtfinnaic
, ., 1 I I. t I f A W.
wanted ill every town. 1 he pro-
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: pnetow otter to sen. steel poiisnea
i post paid by maul lor fifty cents,
J 1,., (y,ar. (;okl
' plated, two dollars. Persons desir-
I ing agency or to obtain the tools
w apply 8l mWt Tne piper
address is Combination Tool Co.,
124 Nassau Street, New York,
, Also, the new Revolver Lightning
I Trap, which winds up like a clock.
J Kills Bats Cophers, Squirrels, Mice,
; &c and throws them a ay and
j sets itself as quick as the name In-
! diteS- . "e 1P SCI,t
for one dollar.
The rurisuT!.' 1'nioii
IS IN APPLE PIE ORDER for the recep
tion of Krain, and has
now In processor construction, till of which
is at the service of the farming community
on the most reasonable terms. For par
ticulars apply to
SOmlJ A. WIU-KLKR CO.,
SheJd, Aug. 21. 74. Managers.
Ftflii and Lust ift Concert
IN AID OF THE
Public Library ? Kentucky
FULL IMCUUV. A!slrREI
MONDAY, 30yO7EIBER, 1874
A postponement of the Fifth Concert of
the Public Library of Kentucky has lieen
so generally anticipated, and is so mani
festly for the inteit'.stof all coneemetl, that
It must meet the approval of all. The dny
is now absolutely fixed, and there will be
no variation from the programme now an
nounced. A sufficient number of tii'kets
1 had been sold to have enabled us to have
1 had a large drawing on the 31st of July.
: but a short postponement was considered
iireicraiuo io a iuniai itruwmg, i.ei 11 be
bonie in mind that the
FIITII SIFT CONCERT
IS THE LAST WniCH WILL EVER BE
GIVEN UNDER THIS CHARTER BY
THE PRESENT MANAGEMENT,
That it will positively and unequivocally
take place as announced on
Monday, 30th November,
That the music will be the best the coun
try affords, and that
$30,000 Cnuli Gin.,
33,000.000 OO !
will be distributed by lot among the ticket
LIST OF GIFTS !
One Grand ah Girt fS0,0O0
One Grand aab Ulft 10O.OOO
One Grand ('fifth Ulft 75,000
One Grand 4 writ Gil l 50,000
One Grand Own Ulft 85,000
5 faith UII1I4I, 210,000 ra 100,000
101 aMiGlltN, 4,O0Oca 140,000
15('aahUin, lO.OOOva I50.0OO
aoraahUlltN, 5,000ea 100,000
85 Cafth Gifts, 4,000 ea 100,000
aoCaaliWirta, 3,000 en 90,000
50CMhUlfta, 8,000 ea 100,000
lOOIaahUlfta, 1,000 en 100,000
SMOl'aahUlfta, SOOen 180.000
wniiMviin, loo en Oo.oao
19,0001 anh Gllta, So ea 95jooo
Gr'nd total So.OMt'aiibUfta 8,50o,ooo
VHH'K OP TICKKTM.
Whole Traketa 9 50.00
Tenth, or earh enpon Smo
1 1 Whole Ticket lr 5ooo
MX Tlehet. for I,ooo2o
Persons wishing to Invest should order
promptly, either of the Home Office or our
Liberal commissions will be allowed to
satisfactory agents. Kg-Clrculars con
taining fttfl particulars furnished on appli
cation. 1 1
TIION. E. BRAHLKTTE,
Airent and Manager.
Public Library Building, Loutavlile, Ky.