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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1874)
post wri'irr. iti:.is u:ij.
From Railroad (north unj south ilstil
nt 11.10 r. M.
From CdrvalHs. daily, al l.3t a. m.
Fnm Oar TtiitcUbc CarnwAeBti M. S. DeI'KW, on First street, just
ii 1 1 i kr Vnc : ici below the Citv Irnsj Store. Jims a good
Traveling through this portion of
iv :ni 1 FrMii
weekly . Monday. Wed
:l 2 !. S.
7 A. :.! 7 P. M.
!. to 2 e. u.
. in .'.u's from 9 a. v . :
!!. EATMi in l 1". M.
B THE PliKsTDEM OF THE i'M ITH
States of America A I'koclama
rios Iteiminletl by th elwngiiisi sea
s' ms tliiit it is time to pause in oar lai
iy avocations ami .oiler ii thanks to
Almighty God fur the mercies ami
abuudatiee ol the year which is draw
injt to a close; tlie blessings ofafrce
goverutiven! continue to be vonelisafetl
torts, the earth has responded to the
glorious o'.tl I. inn. 1 have been met
by stirprises on every hand. 1 had no
idea tli.it so much had or could be ;
conipllshed. in the way ot general
farm improvements and cultivation,
asbasbeon accomplished within the
last year or two. The people seeta to
be happy ami prosperous, and are
everywhere diligently at work ira
proviug. beautifying, opening up new
farms ami extending the cultivation of
older ones. ' In the vicinity of Halsey
preparations are being made to largely
increase the acreage of urain the com
ing season. In every direction the
most cheering prospects of prosperity
and thrift are to he .seen.
The town of llalsey. under the gen
eral healthy feeling, is growing and
assortment of Eastern made parlor
and cook stoves, ranges, and all kinds
ot tin and copper ware, which he will
sell to those wishing such articles at a
small advance upon cost, lie has rm
hand and is making up lard cans,
which he will furnish a: the lowest
rates. Call and -see hi
S A V I N C MONEY !
Bead Tim-. All persons knowing
themselves indebted by note or other
wise to the late firm of Howell. Har
per & Oo., an earnestly requested to
call at once and settle the same, as the
money is now due. and we want it.
"A word to the wise," ote. We also
have a very line stock of goods to sell,
which we otter very low for cash or
merchantable prod nee.
Samuel E. Young
v Successor to Blain, Young f . Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Deale in
STAPLE and FA.MCY
lias just rt
eived a new sloe
latest styles of
of all the
;.:!-: and t
fore, r i i
'". S. ;r
-t.lt, s. do
iii I hernial
November next. ::u
lor the mercy and
mig!ry I.'and la;
! ion .. to ob-erve StM
thanksgiving ami pr:
I. Ir i- htttng a!
should cease from our
rsuits anil from the ttrr
ily lives, and unite in
r the blessings of the
Itivariun of kindly fcel
uh other. Now. there- ':
Li these condition-. 1.
nt of the United
to all citizens to
u.tive places of
. the - tii day of
1 express thanks
favor of the Al
ing aside all pu
ll secular eeupa
i dav as a dav of
of neat dwellin
as well as a til
Mr. .1. Mors
ttie season a linin
gs have been ei ec
e warehouse, built
m. all'ordiiifr tlie
At tlie residence of. and by the
bride's fuller. Rev. II. li. Baxter,
Corvallis, on the 11th inst.. .1. M.
Shelley, of Harrisbuig. and Miss T.ib
ble A. Baxter, of Corvallis.
Long life and continued happiness
to our friends .Air. and Mrs. Shelley, is
the hearty wish of the printer.
( ;rrizKNS v
pleased to ser
Fifth and Last
PUBLIC LIBRARY Of KENTUCKY.
V CARD TO THE PIBLIf.
The management have determined
to have the drawing of the Fifth and
last Gift oncert of the lubtie Library
of Kuntucky.'on the 30th day of Nov.
next. We believe now that all the
tickets will he sold, and that the draw
ing will be a full one, hut whether all
arc sold or not the drawing will never
theless come off on the day appointed.
The special object of this card is to
rl! a meeting of the ticket-holders at
itlbiic Library Hall, on the 20th of
November, to make arrangements in
connection with the committee appoin
ted by the Trustees to superintend tiie
counting of the tags representing the
numbers ot tick", ts sold. While there
is no actual necessity for the presence ot
ticket-holders, as under our arrange
ments the interests of all are equally
eared f ir. yet at the same time I would
greatly prefer that as many of those
interested as can. would -attend this
meeting, and see each for himself how
perfectly tair and impartial the distri
bution must, te.
'.NV : 1 should be
you in the capacity of
r the year 1H7. lim-
vided you desire my services. Please
indicate your wishes by your votes at
onr approaching ciry election, regard
less of patty affiliations.
Nov. 11th, 171.
W. D. BEL DING,
has returned from 'alifo
permanently in this cit
again commenced the ui
ament has lieen made I 1
needed facilities for storing grain.
Mr. W. I. Smith, alo, has erected a
neat business house, which he has filled
with a good stock of di ngs. medicine,
etc.. and being an excellent druggist
and an accommodating geutleman. he
is certain to Doild up an excellent
trade. Business in Halsey is good,
considering the depression in financial
matters generally. Another indica
tion of prosperity is the fn-t that the
planing mill and -ash factory, owned
by Mr. I . W. Allingham one ot the
best in the county . has been running
all the season, with a full force of
hands, and yet could not supply the
demand for building material. The
lumber .manufactured here is ot a
superior quality, being obtained in the
mountains at the head ot Brush creek.
The hotel, lately erected, presided
over by Mr. Penelton. is a credit to
the place, and we take pleasure in
recommending it to the traveling pub
lic. There is a flourishing school here,
with an attendance at present of some
forty scholars, which will be largely
increased during the Kail and Winter.
Passing we-t and south ot Halsej
in the direction of Ilarrishurtr. we-t of
the railroad, the county presentsa tine i
appearance. Improvements of a sub- i
stantial character are being made on
even hand. Farmers are very busy,
completing their Fall work, and mak
ing preparations for sowing large crops
tlie coming sea sou . Tle present finan
cial pressure i- felt by the farmer-, but
they express themselves generally as
having strong faith in the better times
coming, and are determined to be
there when they do come, so that they i
may partake of the benefits. The
price of lands in this part ot I. inn
county vary as to location, quality and
improvements. The range in price is
probably from s-iii to 30 per acre.
Crossing the railroad at .Muddy Sta
tion, a point four miles east ot llarris
burg, tin-re is a marked change in the
character of the soil and "lay"' of the
country. Here the land is high and
rolling, and is specially adapted to the
cultivation of cereal.-, the average
yield ot wheat per acre being from go
to 30 bushels, and from :!slo 50 bush
els ot oats. Pursuiug a northeast
course, yon soon reach the foothill-.
Along the foothills the soil is a black
Karirlv Irani eanaofl lie the wish fmtn
the iiills. which produces immense of theblood
i crons ot -Train, the avera-re vieid. it is i or disordered onran into aet ion
said, bene' much larger than from impart health and tonetothewh
ands Iving w est of tint railroad.
And is scUincr
cheap that nil can buy.
Bought for Cnsili-,
; goods is in
nia. ancl ItKiitefJ '
-. where he has !
nnlkcture of all i
I mu fjocxls hn daylight, w
mrt Uif most
L El I T J 1 A S: XAMI AT IO.
I SELL. A 1.1. HOODS A T
and all kinds of
111,1. LINES OF
; ! Brooms, Brushes, Wisps,
ftc.. at his tactorv on First street, at John
MetzleC old Stan l.easi of Mannoliti Mills. !
where he invites those wishini; a tlrst class
broom to call and secure it nf htm.
W. 1). 1SE1.DING. I
. Vlbanv. CX-t. 18, 1874-.iv7
ALBANY, Ol e .-on. let il ior 28, IsTl
My wile Mrs. MARY B. HEXUEUSOX, ;
having left my house without my consent. I
therefore I warn nil persona not to trust I
her i -n niv account.
"7v7 W. R. UEXDERSOX.
For all tlie Iurpoes of ; Familv
u liLMti rostlve
n ess. Jaundice,
and Breath. .
r.ehe. Piles, Uheu
iimtism, Kr itjp- i
1 1. ins ami s k i n
ue , Liver Cknu
Worms, t iout, Neni-.-iluia.
ind Pnrifyintr the Blood,
renial purgative yet ner
iieets ahundlintly .-how
ther Pills. Tln-v
a:tnt totake. hutpOwerflU
purrc onl the joul humors
v stimulate tiie slujjgfisii
md t hey
t onlv the everv day com-
mtT ; us.
BOO K A SHOES,
til .. ETC.
Chcadlc's Brick. First street, Albany.
Agcnl for the celebrated
New Wilson Sewing Machine,
Guaranteed to be equal to any, nnd
lroni $10 to $15 less than other
first class machines,
Call and See.
At Old Stand, First Street,
febl2-71 AI.ltAM , OREUOX.
re tin- must
ow lllllr'l t he
re -ufe and nli
for the drawing, bat little more tban a
month remains for the sale of the re
mainder of the tickets and whatever is
tloae must he clone promptly.
TlIOS. il. BliASlLETTE,
Agent and manager.
Louisville. Ky- Oct. 2.,ls74.
Hoodlnmism in Australia tlicv call it
apoa with any tleffi
Hoys under 10. convicted of liootllnm
ism, for the first offense, receive not
more than 20 strokes with a cane,
privately, and Jire then discharged.
For the second offense thirty strokes
are administered, with imprisonment.
Whippings t ike- place in the lockup,
policemen applying the gad. A few
sound larru pings would doubtless prove
beneficial if inflicted upon a few of the
hoodlums in other places than Australia.
& Drake, manufacturers of the Califor
nia Rubber Stamp for marking cloth
ing, are in the city soliciting the pat
ronage of onr citizens. These stamps
are a new invention, used for making
clothing with indelible signatures.
is not looked They are neat and handy, and you can
f allowance, have your name printed on yourcloth-
lng m any style ot letter you may de
sire. Their charges are reasonable,
and their goods warranted to give
satisfaction for years. They will call
on you soon, and we ask for them at
tention. They also furnish Stamps
tor printing the finest visiting cards,
in the neatest styles known to the art.
Kfcl Ult 1 L.K. dangerous diseases. Most skillful physie-
: ians, most eminent clergymen, and our
. best citizens, send certiftca'tes of cares pier
Messrs. Hloomer ! termed and ot great Ixmelits they have
derived Irom these fills, lnev are tlie
safest and best physic for children. he- I
cause mild as well as eflfeettmL Being
sngar coated, tneyare easy to take: ami
heimr lmi-ely vegetable, they are ent irely
h.trmle-s. f'ltK!AKEI3 Itv'
Or. J.C. ATER A. CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
?:-4-Si!d by all Druggists and Dealers in
PARKER & MORRIS'
Is ow in n rit TIIK KECEP- :
Un of wheal and oars. We. -:ill the at-
teution of farmers to tlie fad tha1 weluive j
! cnfi'l th" tim'st "warehonse in tlie Stat',
j at a hu'-ff expense, ami are in position t
; handle, satisfiietorily an liatnense quan- '
i tii v of trrain. Our house lias a capacii y ior I
200,000 bushels of Wheat I
I i ;
! at oth time, and i- located on the niariri'i j
of the WUhimetteKiverTautlprovideawith
a side track irrmi tin OA (". R. K., s tliat
I shipments nniy ) made daily by rail, ami
; a often by water aooalinfaciJitiesoflret.
! We have t v taxre suction tans, in add,
I t ion to ofher tans, attached t the hon-f,
j run by water power, ami are thus nmt-
I t i
O.H.BOQART v'R H.BURNETT.
What are Tin: Chancks Wlien
the Gilt (.'oncertsoftlie Public Library
of Kentucky are under discussion, we
frequently hear the assertion that, after
Ayer's Asriic t'orc.
Cor tlie Kpi-crt.v ISelier
of Fever ami Ague, ln
trntf tleiat Cie. CSiill
r'ever. Steiiiittent Ki-ver,
I9iiinl Ag-i, Periodica 2
or ISiliotss l'evei-, Ac.,
smii Indeed nil tlie Hec
tiuns v,!iii-'.i arise from
malai'loiis. luarsh, or miasmatic
poisons. Has lieen widely iiscd. during
i he last twenty-live years, in the treat
ment ot" these distressing diseases, and
witb such unvarying siueess that it has
gained the reputation of helbg intallilile.
The shakes, or chills, one; broken by it,
do not ret urn, nnt il I he disease is eont me
ted atrain. This has made it an accepted
remedy, and trusted spetdlle, for the Ft-vcr
and Ague of the West, nnd the Chills and
Fever of the South.
Aver's Ague Cure eradicates the noxious;
poison from the system, and leaves the
We don't put up a Waned old roos- j all, it is extremely difficult to draw the o'ughlydu thTdse, Si that "
Liiver lompiamts. luu-umai ism, neural
gia. Dvsimteiv or Debility follow theeure.
Indeed, where Disorders of the Liver and
Bowels have occurred from Miasmatic
Poison, it removes the cause of them nnd
they disappear. Xot only is It an effectual
cure, but, if taken occasionally by-patients
exposed to malaria, it will expol the poison
and protect them from attack. Travellers
and temporary residents In Kever and
Ague localities are thus enabled to defy
tlie dfsfMse. The (ienerul Debility wdiich
Is ao apt to ensue from continued exposure
to Malaria and Miasm, has no speedier
remedy.' For I.I ver t'ouiplatitbt, it is an
r PRZPARKD BT
Or. J. C. AI'EB Sc CO.. Iwel, IhN-i
Practieol and Analytical Chemists.
BVSgM by all DruggUti and Dealers in
tercut at the held of a column, and till ! Capital Prize, or even one of the many
halfacoliiiini with startling head-lines, i smaller pri.es of $10,000 or $5,000, and
simply because we have ceased to take j much is also said about the uncertainty
any interest in polities! In fact the
late political news read sz? much alike,
have so tuuch of a sameness, that we
don't cau't see anything of very great
iuterest in them! Give m a rest.
Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla to purify
the blood and purge out the humors,
pinples, boils and sores, whkb are
merely emblems of the rottenness
of the venture. A careful and accurate
mathematical calculation has demon
strated that the only insuperable diffi
culty in the way of drawing the capital
prize is the failure to purchase a tlckejt.
As to the uncertainty, there is just
enough of that to add to the excite
ment; while a plucky man with a ticket
in bis pocket feels that be wouldn't swap
his "chance" for a big thing, tor any
ifloderate "certainty" tb&f might he
mnitouea in a wijf,
CJ Xj 3E3 -A. 3Sr
n'.l the wliciit received. Can take in ami
an 10,MKJ bnabefopertlay. leaned wlu-at
is worth rnueli nan'c in ali fortn markets
than foul wheat, ami nom should be shlp-ji-'l
wit hout cleaning. ur charges will Be
Ave cents a bushel on wheat, ami fotir
cents on oats. We have
SIXTY TBIOlSAJ) SACKS
to furn.Uh those storing wheat with ns,
tree to those whose wheal we purchase,
an'l at tli-.' lowest eah price to those who
sell their wheat from onr bouse to other
(niyers. Persons storing with us are at
lilberl v to s-ll to whom t hey please. Those
Who reside on the west Bide of the river
wiiiliave ferriage tree. Will he in the
market as huvcrs, and expect to be able to
-ay the highest posanIe price. Having
prepared ourselves to do a large business,
wfe hope for our share of the public pat
ronage. PARKER A- MORRIS,
jtiiy31n47-6 Albany, Oregon.
Surplus Fund (nGoIl) 206,110
Trannndarvrrr Icintl of legitimate
BI-VS AXIS SHELLS BXCDANGE
on the principal Cities of tlie United state
HI ('EBTiriClTF.S OF
DKPOMIT available at all commercial
ami Bnaneial points.
BI VI4 ASB BELLS National, State,
City an'l I'ountv Itonils.
I'VE!iTJIIi.'iTS .TIAlr: on or'lor-.
GOLD A MI.VKK ui l.l lOV and
R,5BAEiXEIIKS Itouaht and sold.
tICIOMI'r ACCOUNTS kept in Gold.
Silver and Currency, and subject to check
HTEBENT 1AII on Time Dopoaits.
COK.LK4DTBOBf MADE in Snn
Franrinr and vicinity without charge,
and at all other point- at cost, and proceeds
remitted at current rates of Exchange.
0. H. BOGAXT, PETEB H. BURNETT,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the oo-piirtiiersliip heretofore existing
by and between J. D. Titua, Charles Bonr
triirilos and J. 15. Titus, under the llrm
name of Titus, Bourgardes & Co., is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, Charles
Bourgardea retiring from the firm. All
notes and accounts tlue the late llrm inut
lie paid to Churles IJoniTrardcs, who will
remain in the House until next April. All
accounts must be paid by January 1st, 1S75.
J. 1. TITl'9.
J B. TITUS.
Albany, Or., October Gth, 1874.
The undersigned desire to return their
thanks to the citizens of Albany and vicin
ity for the liberal patronage heretofore ex
tended to the Ann of Titus, B. A Co., and
express the hope that the new firm of
Titus Bros., who will continue business at
t he old place, will be found worthy of their
WAR CLAm AGENCY.
(No. "4 Montgomery' Block.)
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
vtf , n. VIKEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
and Commander ol the tlrand Army
of the Bepttblic In California and Nevada,
wUlaive prompt attention to the collec
tion of Additional Travel Pay, now dm;
California and Nevada Volunteers dis
charged more than three hnndred miles
Horn home. Soldiers n depend on fair
dealing. Information given tree of charge.
When writing enclose slump for reply and
state company and regiment, und wheilier
vou haven discharge. Congress has ex
tended the time for tiling claims tor Ad
ditional Bounty under Act ol July 28, 1866,
to January ls7.", so all such claims must Ik:
made before that time, original Bounty
ot'l(K) has been allowed aU volunteers who
enlisted before July 2d. 1SC.1 for three
rears if not paid the samowben discharg
ed Land Warrants can can be obtained
for services rendered before 1855, but not
for services In the late war. l'enstons for
late -war and war of 112 obtained and
increased when allowed for less tlian dis
ability warrants, but no pensions are al
lowed to Mexican and Florida warsoldiers.
State of Texas hasgranted Pensions to sur
viving veterans of Texas Revolution. New
Orleans and Mobile Prize Money is now
due and being paid. V. H. Aiken also at
tends to llenerul Law and Collection Busi
Latest and improved styles,
Call at the Register Office,