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l'OVI OFFICE REGISTER.
From BaWroad north :iml south! daily
aA tt.l 1 r. w.
Frmn Corvallis. daily, at lo.:tn A. M.
":. :ii l!Kinon. tri-wcekly. Monday,
We hies i: and Friday) ;it lo.:u .. m.
M A I J.- 111 I(T :
for Kr.nroad north and Tsti), daily,
prompt at 11.1" . M.
F(ir'irvailis. dnilv.al 1.50 i M.
For Li lanoa.tri-wcehlv. Monday, Wed- j
- !. and Friday :i; -1 p. m.
4 :; from 7 A. m. to T p. M.
snntiiiy. from li M. to -2 p. i.
order onicv hoars from. 9 A. M.toi
v. i.. ' I', f - UAVMuMi, 1'. M. J
A eottdn mill in Chcsror county, ;
England, was burned oa the 28th of
October, together with ton operatives.
Baltimore citv election, October 2Sth,
wirii :: pate!
This from Santa Rosa, California,
October 2Wth : This morning at 5 A.
.. Win. Lee, engineer in the Forest
ville Chair Factory, shot and killed
1 lis wife instantly. His eldest son was
at the- stable attending to some horses
when he heard the pistol shot. He
y the 1 eiiiO(erat-i by 1,000
Conn., is much pleased
ballot, deposited o that
' can -o!! ti:e voter-,
i :, lei is the name of the
a dancing school at
W hy not in dancing as
well as anything else ?
The Jaw repealing the litigant act
took eftect from and after the Sth oft
last October; Litigants now can in-j
sert their advertisements when; they
Tlie gradi;ig of tlie fifst 20 nii!c of
the I'tali Western Ivailroad is nearly!
finished. Hie iron f r it is now on
the way. TIkj track laying will com-j
mence immediately on its arrival.
A fire in iireenc:stte, Ind.. on the;
evening ol October 2Sth, destroyed .
four - in ire- the east side ot Indiana
street, except the First Xational Bank
buiMiug. !.--. over 100,000.
A -on of p. K. Si, inner. Treasurer
of the I'nitcd states, got broke" re-j
eently at Tesarkana, Arkansas, and
went to work in a hotel as i waiter.
A check irom the old man relieved
Caris had a marriage the otlier day
of the Tom Thumb and Minnie War
ren class, but with more drollery i t it.
The husband i- i dwarC forty inches
in beigbth, and the wile a giantess of
-ix: feet she.
The marble statue of the late Sena
tor Baker, ol i Iregon, killed in leading
the forlorn hope at the disastrous lield
ofjiil's BIutE Oct. 12, 1S61, to be
executed by Horatio Stone, by order
of Congress, i- -...a ekpected to ar
rive from Italy.
A young man lias been arrested in
Xew York for sleeping In a standing
position. lie would stand on the
street tor hours at a stretch, with his
eye- dosed, and not move a muscle.
It is hereditary. His father was a
The scamlaloos Washington ChronS
rje says : "When Mary Walker reaches
Turkey we hope the Sultan, that abso
lute monarch of all he surveys, w ill
make her take her breeches olf." Mary
won't listen to any inSnltan proposi
tion. She isn't that kind.
In accordance with the act passed by
the late Legislature erecting Commis
sioners of Emigration, Gov. G rover
lias appointed the following named
gentlemen as such Commissioners :
W. S. I.add, B. Goldsmith, II. W.
Corbett, Win. Hied and C. Linenweb
ber, all residents of Portland except
the last named, who i; a resident of
The bark Abbey Bacon, from Malaga,
arrived at Xew York October 23th.
Iiaving on board Captain Leary, wife
and child, and crew comprising seven
men. of the schooner DminHesx, which
left St. Thomas October 3d for I.uen
berg. X. S.. and went down in a gale
on the night of October -J2d. The res
cued person were four days in an open
boat, living on one-half a biscuit and,
a little water each day.
The Governor having signed the bill
creating the new county of Lake, has
appointed the following named per
sons to till the county offices: EH C.
Mason, County Judge; W'm. Hobert-,
Clerk : Thomas Mulbolland, Sheriff;
Henry Fuller and A. J. SneWng,
Commissioners; .J. J. P. smith. As
sessor; Wm. 1!. .Tones, School .Super
intendent; Geo. Xonrse, Treasurer;
Oilv.-r .Applegate. Surveyor. They
will hold the offices until the general
election in 1S7G.
Mr. Justice Miller, of the United
State Supreme Court, is engaged in
editing a digest of the reports of the
Supreme Court from the 18th Howard
to the 18th Wallace, or from 1855,
where Curtis' digest clones, to the
present (late. The first volume will
.eoon bo ready-
went to tin' house immediately and
the children came running out and in
formed him that their lather had killed
theft- mother. The murderer escaped,
and has not been heard from yet.
Family trouble seemed to be the cause
The folio wing dispatch from Wichita
Agency. Indian Territory, was dated
October 29th : The Indian war in this
section is rapidly collapsing. Genera
Davidson reports through scouts this
evening that Major Scolield. with his
column, has captured, on Elk Creek,
R9 V Oconee warrior- and 2,000 ponies.
I bis parte is of the worst character.
and is accompanied by families. I
met i aptaii: t 'arpenter with his column
to-day in hoi pursuit of a large party
of Kiowas. trying to get to Port Sill j
to surrender before he can overtake
them. He had then been in pursuit j
two days. The parly is thought to be J
Washington dispatch October 16th '
to the .' .".' i furni-hes this incident:
To-day. while a case was being beard i
before Mr. Justice Humphrey-, in the j
Criminal Court, one ol the jurors I
passed a side remark that displeased
the Court, whereupon the Judge stated
Chat he would give a recess, remark
ing that he had been informed that one
of the jurors. Mr. S. T. Tune, was in
the habit .of getting drunk at recess,'
and that he did not want it to occur
again. Just here Mr. Tune put hi
with. '! often hear of your getting
drunk, your Honor, but I don't be
lieve a damned word of it."' The up
shot of all this was the discharge of
Mr. Tune as a juror.
In a ease which came before the
Marine ourt recently, it was a-ked
that an order sliould be issued com
pelling a judgment debtor to give up
his watch to the receiver. It was
anfted by the defendant's counsel that
the defendant was keeping boarders
for a living, and for the support of his
family, and wa- therefore entitled to
keep his watch. Judge ( rross remarked
thereupon that a watch miirht almost
lie considered a necessity, even for a I
student or mechanic, and that unless j
the law Conflicted with such action, he '
should allow the defendant to keep his
timepiece. Because a man lias the j
misfortune to be a judgment debtor is
ijo good reason why his creditors l
should not give him ''time."
Savs a Xew York paper of Oct.
17th: "The challenge of O. W.Mealley. j
of Ito-tou. to low any man in the i
Catted State, except Kvan Morris, ot j
Pittsburg, or Geo. Brown, of Halifax, j
a live-mile race at Springfield, Mass..
tor $1,000 a side, was to-day accepte.'
by John Biglin, of thi- city, who j
agrees to row Mealley at Springfield
A letter from Vechigo. Japan, dated
Anetist 20th, states that a whale was
caught at Immaehi in which, when it j
was cut up to boil down the blubber,
a hide bag was found, which turned
ont to contain, in gold and silver coin '
of every kind, upward of 10,000 yen.
The Walla Walla Union has seen I
some good specimens of cotton raised
on Snake river, at the month of Almota j
creek, by II. H. Spaulding. from seed j
sent him by the Agricultural Depart- i
A Salt Lake man placed some pois-
oned meat on a fence, intending the
fatal lunch tor a neighbor's dog. In- I
stead of the pestiferous cur his own 1
pet chilil found the meat and licked it.
The child died.
Col. W. G. Bullock, of Fort Lara- !
mie. beine a pioneer of 25 vears stand- I
ing. is considered pretty good authority '
on Western resources, and he insists j
that there arc oceans of gold" in the !
In the Xewark ;X. J.l city election.
October 1 oth, the Democrats recovered
entire control of the olfices. except
A uditor and Controller; A ewark gave
Grant 3,684 majority in ls72.
Leroy Foote. employed about the
ranch of P. L. Martin, near Colorado
Springs, swallowed a dose of corrosive
sublimate, when he meant to take
something else, and crossed over to
the other side.
'Commodore Ferguson, of the Schuyl
kill Navy Club, reports that riming
his visit to Europe, many of the lead
ing boat clubs promised to send repre- I
sen tat ires to the Centennial regatta. i
K. II. Stoddard, the journalist, hav- j
ing lo-t the use of his right hand from ;
rheumatism, is learning to write with j
the other, and in consequence tnrns i
out manuscript nearly as legible as the
late Horace reeley."
Hon. H. G. Strove, of Olympia,
was admitted to practice at the bar of
the Supreme Court of the United
States, at Washington, on the 12th
Xew Mexico has just organized her
first "Industrial Association," and
next year the products of that prolific
region will be represented tor the first I
Mrs. Abraham Li neon is in "Wiscon
sin, and in poor health.
The young daughter of Secretary
Bristow will be a debutante in Wash
ington society this winter.
It is announced that Hoyt, Sprague
& Co. will pay their creditor- fifty pet
cent, and that their liabilities arc
The latest literary sensation is
Holland's "Abridgment of the History
of France." endiritr with "Xaiioicou
IAK 12 MONEY
The latest society rumor is that Mr.
James Gordon Bennett bus been fasci
nated and engaged by a well-known
I Washington belle, the daughter of a
distinguished naval officer.
The late proprietor of ilie Seattle
i .-,. '.;-,, r. S. L. Maxwell, has old
; that paper to David Higgius, Esj.
One less horse thief in X4.,- Mexico.
1 His name was Martinez, Mexican,
and the tree to which he- was bung
, -lands near Bed river.
: For ninety Days
IWTI.L SKL"L MY EXTTKE !
iaoods, fur the next N1NKXY
(Successor to Blain, Young ft Co.,;
Wliolesale and Retail Deale In
STAPLE and FANCY
Has just rec
ived u new stocrk
atest s1! vK'fl ol
of all tbt
MEATS' A. BOYS'
Ilinjr so elienp that all can tray.
The ifoots were
Bought for Cash, i !
for the same
if selling goo
aml no bnmbus
tuvnuv 5 our-
lla inir seh
anil all kinds of-
t'tisli paid for Iliiles, l'urs
Xovember t;. I7t.
At.n any. Ireiron, ictolior -2:!. Isti.
My w ile Mrs. M.VKY It. HKXIEUSJS,
having It-l't iii- hfMi-e without my consent,
therct'm-e I :!n arsons not to trust
her en my account.
ii7 7 " W. B. HENDERSON'.
W. D. BEL D S N
j .lTIIu HAXlTACTfREn THE FIRST
t good Broom ever male n Albany,
has returned from California, and li u-ati-d
I perxnanently in thi city, where he ha
i again commenced the num-uiacturti of all
I kinds ot
Brooms, Brushes, Wisps,
I SELL ALL ;i(Us AT
FI LL LINES I ir
OK Y UOODK,
;i; i iiiks.
floors ,v siioi s.
NO I JONS,
Agent for the celebrated
New Wilson Sewing Machine,
Guaranteed to lo equal p any and
lrom fio to $15 less than other
lirst class machines.
at his tactorv
on First street, at r
Of M:i-,'iiti;i Mi
hosti wishing a lirst el
N.vmv it it him.
V. 1. 1JKLDIN
A y e r n C I a e r ry 52 v ( rti S ,
tr 3isene 1 I lie I liroitt nitt.1
Hiieli ns 4 on lis. olU,
Astli:nas ;uil - vnsiim;f i . n.
a lie lew compo
sitions, m h i U
hav won tlveeon
fldenee of man
kind and become
among not only
nit' ! 'u many na
tion?, mns1 have
one ever securest
si wide a repota.
t ion. or maintain
ed it lon" as
AY KItS ClXEItUY
Petto rax.. It has been known to he pub
lic for about forty years, by a long -(,n-tinned
series of" marvellous cures, that
have won tor it a confidence in it virtues,
never equalled by any ot her medicine, li
still make- the" most effectual cures of
t.'tihs, CV?rf, f''ii'iijtff'-fK that can !)
made by medical skill. lie feed t heCu kkby
PkctobaTj has really robted these danger
ous diseases of their terrors, to a great ex
tent, and given a feeling of immunitv
from their fat ui etTects, thai is well founded,
irtlie remedy ie. taken in season. Kvery
family should have ir in their closet for
the ready and prompt relief of its mem
bers. Siekness, suffering, and even lite is
saved by this i imcly protection. The pru
dent should not neglect it, and the wise
w ill not. Keep it hy you for the protect ion
ii affbrds by its timely use in sudden at
tacks KREI'ARKD BY
Jr. J. C. A VJ-Ilt A 4 A.m l.oivell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
&i-sold by all Druggists and Dealears
in Medicine. Wv7y
Cheadlc's Brick, First
si reet, Albany.
Call and See.
Al Old Stand, First Street,
fcl12-74 AI.II.VXy", OBEUOSi.
PARKER & MORRIS'
IS SOW READY FOR TIIK IIW El'
Hon of w heat and oats. We call the at
tention of farmers to the fact that we have
erected the finest warehouse in the suite,
at a large expense, and are in position to
handle Katisfeietorily an immense tpaan
i ity tf grain. Our house has a capacity for
200,000 bushels of Wheat
T i WJOMBOQAKT V-PH. BURNETT
I- cornerjrine&oansomc&rrceis, i
1 time at a borne lair.
Ajrer'a Hsiir Viaror,
For Jtentoriiig (ini.v Hair to iIm Nat
ural Vitality and ol ;r.
A d v anevng
-a re, d i sap
turn the hair
4ii i hem incline
it to shed prematurely.
Vtuolt, by long
use, has proven
that it stops the
tailing of the
often renews the
surely restores its
'ray. It stimulates
to heal ty activity,
hair and its beauty.
su-klv hair becomes
glossy, pliahlc and strengthened; lost hair
regrowH with lively expression; tailing
hair is checked and "stablisheU; thin hair
thickens ; and faded or gray hair resume
t heir original color. Its operation is sure
and harmless. It enres dandruff, heals all
humors, and keeps the scalp cool, clean
and soft under which condit ions, diseases
Of the scalp arc impossible.
As a dressing for ladies1 hair, the V icton
Is praised for its grateful and agreeable
perfume, and valued for the soft lustre
i and richness of tone it impart s.
Dr. J. C AYKR V 0., i.on ell, Nrhn.,
I'ractiwu ani Analytical unemtsrs.
Cirsoid by all Druggists and Jeulei-s in
at one time, and is located on the margin
of the Willamette Rtver, and provided with
a side track from the . & U. K., so that
shipmeuts may be made daily by rail, and
as often by water as boating facilities onVr.
We have two large suction fans, in addi
tion to other fans, attached to the house,
run by water power, and arc thus pre
Jill ttie wlioat received. Pan itxko in nr.il
chtm 10,W(0hnslel9perclay. 1-anetl wlioat
is worth much niorvin :ili foreign markets
than foul wUeat,ancI none should bewhtjv
pi ll without clcaniiu;. ourehargeswillpe
tive .-'ut a bushel m wheat, aiul four
i::r,ls till outs. We llltvc
SI XXV THOVSAKD SACKS
to furnish those storing wlient with us,
tree to those whose wheat we purchase,
t 1 1... Ii-.v'it ("isii li-i.-e To 1 lwist who
sell their wheat froiu our honse to other
buyers. Persons stt-.rin with us are at
liberty to sell to whom they please. Those
i who reside on the west sid"e of the river
will have ferriage free. 'ill be in the
market as hu vers, and expect to lie able to
pay the inquest possuue price. navill
prepared ourselves to do a lanre business,
we liope for our share of the public pat
ronage. PAJtlvKT! .c MORRIS,
ulj-31n47-6 Albany, Oregon.
growth, and always
color, when fiElded or
the nutritive organs
and preserves both th
1 mis iiiiisny, weaK or
til AKMIAi SAI.K.
OTICE IS HEREBY OITTS THAT I!Y
virtue ol a license aiel oriler ol sale.
niiele hy t be ouul ' i onrl in aseo ciun
ty, Oregon, I will proceed to sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, the follow
ing described tract or parcel of land, be
longing to the estate of John A. Uouthit.a
in ihor, as follows :
The undivided one-sixth part ol' the
norrh-east quarter of section i::. township
No. li south, range 3 west, containing
about twenty-six and t wo-thiros 36 acres,
and situate in l.inn counry, Oregon, said
property will 1k sold at tneCourt House
door, in" Albany, Linn county, Oregon, on
Saturday, thr. 1th (lees of November,
at tho hoar of I o'clock P. M. of said day.
Tekms Gold coin, cash in hand.
JAS. H. HOUTIHT,
October 0, IsTtwtnt
on hand latest
low, at this office.
MORTGAi i ES. ETC. ,
styles -and fo tale
Surplus Fund (in Gold) 206,110
Transact every kind of legitimate
Bankiug IS 11 s i uci, s .
BITS AIVB SELLS BXCItAITOK
on the principal Cities of the United States
ISSUES CERTIFICATES OF
DEPOSIT available ut. all cutnmerciul
and financial points.
ZSCVS A I SELLS National, State,
Citv and countv Bonds.
I VEST.! EIVTS it! A iE on orders.
CJOLU & SILVEK UI IJ.IO' and
I. lit; A I.TE1Y DERS nought and sold.
DEPOSIT ACCOIINTH keptintlukl.
SUtrer and Currency, and subject to check
INTEREST PAID nn Time Deposits.
COLLECTIONS ItlADE in Snu
I nun ixio ami vicinity without charge,
and tit all other points at cost, and proceeds
remitted at current rates of Exchange.
0. H. B0GART, PETER H. BURNETT,
WAR CLAIM AGEXCV.
(No. .It Montgomery Block.)
W. H. AIKEN, ATTORXE Y-AT-L AW
and !ominander of the (irand Army
of the Hepulilic iii California find Nevada,
will give, prompt attention to the collec
tion of Additional Trave Pay, now due
California uuil Nevada Volunteers dis
charged more than three hundred miles
from home. Soldiers can depend on fair
dealing. Informal ion given free of charge.
When writing enclose stamp for reply and
state company and regiment, and whether
vou have a discharge. Congress has ex
tended the time for tiling claims for Ad
ditional Bounty under Act of July '-!S, ISflfi,
to January ls7.", so all such claims musi be
made before thai time. Original Bounty
of $100 has been allowed all volunteers who
enlisted before July -2'iil, lsiil for thrio
years, if not paid the same when discharg
ed. Land Warrants can can be obtained
for services rendered before 1855, but not
for services in the iate war. Pensions for
late war and war of 1812 obtained and
increased when allowed for less than dis
ability warrants, but no pensions are al
lowed to Mexican and Florida war soldiers.
State of Texas hasgranted Pensions to sur
viving veterans of Texas Revolution. New
Orleans anil .Mobile Prize Money is now
due and Ijeing paid. W. H. Aiken also at
tends to General Law and Collection Busi
Latest and improved styles,
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