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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1874)
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FOR SALE I
HP fti: CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
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4'oi;tiio-trr.i Emtiaiiii I'ltriia Within.
The Bn scl ;::itl Vittrator S'tsreslierH,
best machines 0:1 the coast.
Statesman Foreeeel !r!ll.
Star ,;ttii, att.I other maehincs.
nd '.T'-t rtrtce and terms i.etere
rhcre. at no
AT()Tl ! ED CI ANCE.
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IN AID OF THE
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4ne tiruJ as!i tai l
One MraiMl Cash Sift.
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a."S aslj t.iits, l.OOOea 100,000
ti : a -tit. ttts, :(.): a SO,aeO
otHa.Iiiilis, 3,CMOcn 100,000
no fasti shifts, l,ooo en i(io..to
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.r"2:tl lota! 20.OOO Caslt Gils ,.t,otM
i'lm'i: O" THItETS.
Whole Tirktb ? 5t.oo
'l emh. or eaeli r:iKn .1.oo
II liole '! icKels liur ioo.oo
. 'tieUets for l,ooo.t:
Fur tickets and Information,
TII4S. E. BRAIt.ETXE,
Aii on! a -.ul Tlnnasrer.
Fabllc Library Building, Louisville, Ky
Call at tbe Register Office.
Albany, Holiday Evening, Nov. IG.
QUIXCCPLEXAL TROUPE j
oi" iwsoci;; t'
Thro DiKtlnel Or:
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eloquent and popu-
i UsIiforiiU! Convert Troupe.
Meci la-Tiioiil Attroirmta.
::. Kuvai. JIABKIOSEXTBS.
teio jrreetetl with tin
land brilliant audien
the tTall. and Ro sh.
!. where i ickers mayl
eilrl if you want a i.
th a Circus
e. tl.e euwinvnl :'.!!'! nopn-
lis new Se
m'ssioji, 50 e;s. CI
iretl IlUl'tT i-
oi-j tvrn at 7 : entnmenees at S.
! No bar biii- itatd.
in:, j. -. :i iskelu
yHERE WILL RE
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AN AXNTAL ELEC-
I tit ill.- t .mil-; tlotit1 in : h..
ity of All
in Linn eonnt v.t iretron. on i
. : lie Ti !i day of ;i-e miter, :-7 1. f. r !
titmof she followincr citj ;3t-ei-s, I
'a i vi'rir. tti-u it : f
one Marshal. I
one irtaisnrer. and sin ConbT-ittm n. The !
i'o'.ts will i! open from nine Oelotis t: the '
itioritinir mil if -j o'eioe!: in the cvrn.i:r. i
l.ut the jt: -foes may. for the rnrpose of re- j
eeivins all the voles. Vee the polls ttpen
until seven oVIttek in the eveiiinir.
J. II. HEltREX. i
Nov. 13, ISui. City lieeorder. j
a :s -: i n is z K.vs-oirs s.t i.i:.
""'I I' I. IS ItTEREIJY tilVKTS TIIAT BY
-lX virtue ot an ortierof the 'otmtyCottrt
in and for I. inn eotmtv, Oit;u-on. snadta at
th.- Nov.-uiV-i r term tliertt.f. P74. in the I
nutter of tin e-fu;e of .lames I", i los-ue. '
o.-et-ased. the utidt r-i-ned, i. latin iSfjtsttor i
oi" -aid ettate, u ill. on
:tr th'- hour of one o'eloek 1. M.tif s:.'.! -'at .
a. theCoart House dttor in Linn eomv
t tregon, sell at publie auction, to the hi i-e-t
bidder, all tlie riiiht. title and int. rest
ttt'the said James I. iXograe. deeeataett, at
the time of his death, in and to the foil' itv-
ijeu nivinei to-tvit:
ttoual -'.nth halt of SeeTion -Jt-
nr. in rouiihi;' Li south of lanu-e
Linn county, treson : and ji-.
ional northwest onarter of the
r onarter of section 133 tuentv-
4 tv.-st'. in
. m towa&iitn 1-2 -outh f ranire I m-s
"t il"- Willanaefte mertd ian.in Linn conntv
it.i-e.:o:i. eoataininij: i.ir1. iteres, mro or
Tkkms of Sale. Gold
I cash in hand, the lialanc
; mr. nxontns, -eeured hv iu
premis, . 1 . 1
I Xovenjber IS, Is7r-4w7i
ITICE IS HEREBY t.IVEN THAT I.
..1 I !-
1. ircull t oe.rt ot 1 lie stttte
eounrv of Linn and to
delivered, on a decree
court at the t e;ober tern
a certain sntt lor the
property, wherein Jerej
Eliza II. Drurgs, his wif
and Eli t arter antl Jar
wife, and E' I ward R- Al.
fendants, will, on
1 f "if
hours of a o'
.111- o'clock in th
wit t at 1 he iaeir
t ourt House do
in Linn county.
1 at public aw
ifer, all the riu'ht.
1 ! 'St
named parties, p
tM '.11 said suit. 1,1". i
W. comer lot. it;
nek 100, beintr ti"- I'
Planing Mi!!, iorii
ic Monlaomt ry's 1
' lot of
' said last mentioned rot, 36 fct witle off ot
I the South -iile of the -aioe. all of said
I premises tying and being in Haekleniairs
addition to the City of Ail-any, in I. inn
cotmty, Oregon together with the I'lan
itu: Mill, sieam taurine and boiler, and all
thtt machinery attached tt, or belonging
tosai'l Planing Mill. Also, tlie following
described premSaea, to-wil :
Commencing at a point 11''. feet from
where the Kasf line of Ii!l street-now
Montgomery street- intersects the North
line of Kirs't street, in Albany. Oregon,
and runnfnsr t bene'. Knst to t he line e.ivrl-
iier lite donation land claim of '1'!
Monteitband Abraui llaekletna.n. thence
along said line Nort heriv to tbe corner of
tbe real property owned by .1. B. Com ley
to tne year IWStbenee West to tbe Last
(tide ol Mill street now Montgomery
Street the nee alorur Kast side of -aid 9treel
to tbe place tif beginning, togetber with
all the tenements, hereditaments and an
purtenanees tberennto belonging or in
Slid premises! to be sold altogether and
pos-e-sion to lie given to the purchaser on
tin' 28tb day of December, lsir.
Tkiims of" Sai.k.- - For gold coin of tbe JT.
S'.. one-fonrfb of the pure-base price to be
paid in hand at the time of the said sale,
and oiiti-iialt of the balance in six months
from t he date of the sai, wit h inttaest at
the rate often percent, perannnm, in like
sold coin, from the date of the Bale, and
the balance in twelve months from the
Sate of th said stiUt, with interest at the
rate of ten per cent., per annum, in like
gold coin, from the tlate of said sale, to lxj
jeeitred by good and sufficient security,
other than the said proiKtrty sold.
., A. Ii. MOUIUttt.
IfoVj 1874-TnBwt SOW Referee.
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IT r.l.ls Kl EVERY FRIDAY r.Y
02,L. VAX CLF.VE,
IN' ADVAXCE :
Olio nij', one J i'iir S - "0
Twenty copiew, one year 40 on
sin-rial inducements offered to persons
desirous of c-;i m vasshig for subscriptions
to the Register.
FRIDAY, SOVEMBKI! 13, 1874.
Mechanics all hnsy.
i "u'u- '''"e per dozen.
Butter 20330c per pound.
Potatoes scarce in this market.
Mud getting too deep for teaming.
Some splendid cook stoves at De
Mr. Fox, of Newport, is in the city,
and gave us a call yesterday.
.Ml the little streams are getting
ready lor the winter"- spree.
' Howard Nforthrnp, ol Portland,
came up on Wednesday.
Fresh lard, in 101b cans i-i retailing
at t7,tje per pound in this nJtrket.
ity election on the 7th of next
month. See notice elsewhere.
The Titus iiro's. areonthne. Drop
in and see their silverware.
Mrs. GOItra, we learn, fe slowly re
coveringjfrom her protracted Ulnes ;.
Webbtoot weather during the week
and lots of it.
The Linn County Council 1. of II..
met in this city on Tuesday.
Supreme Court meets on the 1 1th
Eggs have been scarce in our mar
ket during the week.
Hon. .1. VY. Xesmith started for
Washington City Monday morning.
Plenty of fresh venison in market
during the week, at 10c per pound.
For the "goodest" pop-corn you
ever saw. go to Billy Tweedale's.
Numbers ot strangers iu town, and
Mart. Brown and Mrs. Addie Bal-
hi were passengers on the last oeean
steamer lor San Francisco.
Dr. Ha-kell will be here on Mon
day night, we learn, and will entertain
tlie jieople at tiie Opera House.
'i'lte Aldt.n Fruit Preserving Co..
of Salem, is in operation. Albany
should not be behind Salem.
Chas. Wilson sold eleven hundred
pounds ot meats at his market on
x he. mansard and observatory parlor ette. up to their true interests, and give with
stove, to be seen at John Briggs store, Mart. Brown talks of budding an their usual liberality when an enter
is one ahead of all of "em. office on, the corner of Broadalbin and! prise of any magnitude is offered fori-'
The "second sober thought" is be- .
yond the power of some people, the!
lii'st exliausting the stipplj
Somebody is making :i dwelling out
of the old frame on west side of Baker,
between Second and Third streets.
We need fifteen or twenty cords of
dry fire wood. Those owing us can
make the application.
.has. Harris started for California on
Thur-day, going by oeean steamer
from Portland. He will spend the
The ; rover came up Tucsdav night.
1 . b,
Hereafter, during the winter, the AV.
T. Co.'s boats will ply with regularity
between this city anil Portland.
Xinety thousand men out of em-
! ployment in New York city for tlie
winter! Think of that, when you com
plain of hard time's
Orndwobl & Lavton have received
the necessary castings, antl will soon
be turning out the best patent churn
we know of.
Br. R. M. Robertson is erecting a
fine two-story dwelling on Lyon street
on thc south side of the Santiam
As there seems to be a doubt about
the exact lines describing School Dis
trict Xo. 26. the County Surveyor has
been asked to re-survey and locate the
lines, so that in future there may be
no dispute as to where the taxes shall
! Tlie new church at Turner's station j Ahe Hackleman and family have re
was blown down during tlie storni of ! turned from the Ochoco country,
last Friday night. It was partially It takes lonr horses to haul the Cor
finished. ! vallis stage now.
The Register gives a larger amount j Win. R. Cannon drives a handsome
of fresh, entertaining reading matter pair of dapple grays,
than any paper; in the State all lor You can purchase a superior organ
n J 50 per year. Send in your name, or piano, warranted, of Rev. 1. Wil-
Oar old friend Elder Alfred Powell : son. at Portland prices,
was married, a lew days since, to Mrs. 1 The Rosedale Dramatic Company at
Churchill. We wish them a long and the Opera House last night,
happy life. I Mr. Eli Carter announces himself
L. Flum, Esq., was offered $2,500 as an independent candidate tor City
gold coin for his neat residence in the ! Recorder at tlie elec tion nest month,
western part of the city on Wednes- : Wo believe Mr. Carter made a good
day. hot refused to sell at any price. ! record while filling the ofiiee of l!e-
Our farmers, taking advantage of ; corder some years since,
the "cokl spell.' have commenced ; The alarm of fire on Tuesday was
slaughtering their hogs ami bringing
them to market.
Two tie .v frames on north silo oi
; Fir-t street, between i'erry and llroad
! albin. One is to be used as a milinery
and the other as a barber -hop.
Upon the advent of tlie new fmiale
barber, we expect to see more tbifi the
usual amount of bare faced"' nnscu-
: Unity hereabouts.
Mrs. Culver, who lias been very
near death's door with erysipehs, is
mm-thought to be out Of dinger, and
: slowly improving. .
The recent rains bavins: softmed
ihitigs considerably, farmers are ;et
tl'.iix i heir pious in readiness for vtork.
Dodd lias a full supply of Molmes
Yalttable real estate will le soil at
the Court House on Saturday. Decem
ber iL'th. Forparttctilarsseeadmhis
tr.itor's sale in this issr.e.
Probably yon are not aware tk:t J.
Bloom, on the corner of First ind
Washington streets, is selling his hrge
stoek of dry goods at cost. A call at
his store will convince you tit the f;et.
The Ohin came up the Wlllamdte
river on Sunday the first boat of ;hc
season. She went on up the river as
far as Corvallis, returning Monday
u the 7th of December the Brings
& Carter planing mill, together wth
real estate, will he sold at anetionto
the highest bidGer. See advertisemit Porter and Martin, for the sum of 1.
for particulars. IX- The purchasers are just from the
Mrs. Addie Ballon lectured on Sui- East, and titter having pretty thor
day flight, at the Court House, and in oughly prospected California, came to
Monday night at the Opera IIoin. Oregon. Becoming convinced that
Good andiences were in attendance h
j both occasions.
The Estey orEran is an excellett
musical instrument in fact, we hardfr
think it has any superior. Rev. isaiai
; "Wilson is a sent tor the Estev in thfc
The rumor that .Toe Teal had soil
out to Ben Holbtday, giving him an
tire control of the Upper Willamettd
j caused a stir iu this c-,ty the first ' to them.
the week. j Xhe competition for securing the
i A rumor is current that the O. S. X location oi the Home Manufacturing
Compiny intend putting on a line o' Co.'s works, between Salem and this
I steamboats from Portland to the head city, promises tobeof the liveliest char
of navigation on the Upper Willam- acter. Ho tvevcr, if our people wake
Second streets. It is to lie after the!
plan and style of the Register office
and will he handsome. and handy.
: Mr. Iiehwald says lie will have the
j finest boot and shoe house north of
I San Francisco, as soon as he gets into
the new building now rapidly com-
j pleting on corner of Broadalbin and
j First streets.
The market for pork open at 5.,e,
antl at this price there is a brisk tie-
maud. The probability is that, if the
rtoi-k can lie seeiireil n lanm .i,,,.,-
. , ... , , . " .
of pork will be cured hero the eomin"-
! winter. ;
Mr. J. I,. Harris on -vC(ill0tlay ; every well wislier of Linn county sub
purchased a band of fat cattle, seventy- ; !cribe fl'ccly and willingly, and we
three iu number, recently brought i sll,a11 lmYC thc work-
from Ochoco by Abe Hackleman.
j is the fittest lot of cattle that has been
Ml" wus ,""l,h '-" Js. vrr.
Hams will butcher them lor this mar
The attention of farmers is called to
the fact that Mr. Stevens, traveling
agent for the Moliue Gang Plow, will
give an exhibition of the manner in
which it does its work, on Tuesday
next, Xovember 17th, on the farm of
Mr. niram Smead, about one mile
south of this city. Farmers are re
quested to be on hand and judge tor
themselves as to the value of this gang
plow. AV. II. jDodd is agent for tlie
sale of the plow,
caused by a burning chimney at the
residence of irs. Ahrce, on Fourth
street. Our fire boys were on band
with the machine, muddy as the streets
were, in a very short time alter the
alarm was given, showing themselves
ready antl willing whenever duty calls.
Mr. M. C. Chambers, on Wednes-
day last, leased two acres of ground,
at Knox Butte, to School District Xo.
; 13 ana Knox Butte Grahge Xo. 2'2.
I A neat two-story building has lately
ilivn erected am completed on the
above ground, through the efforts of
citizens thereabouts, the lower storv to
be used as a school-house, and tlie up-
per story as a hall for the meetings of
Knox Butte (J range Xo. 22.
The entertainment on Monday
night. November 10th. at the Opera
House, promises to be the most popu
lar and enjoyable ever given in this
1 lt-v' Three distinct organizations,
', either of which alone was good enough.
have been united in one, forming tin
array of attractive talent tliat is meet
ing the unanimous and hearty ap
proval of an appreciative public.
Read the advertisement elsewhere in
this issue, headed Quincuplexal
Troupe," antl then secure a seatcarjy.
Air. Rubarts, on Wednesday last,
sold the property on tlie river front.
east of Althouse & Co.'s planing mill.
some four and a half lots, to Messrs.
; Albany was the coming place for men
. of business nerve and energy, they
immediately set to work to secure a
I foothold among us. We understand
j thej' intend openiup; a lumber yard on
! tlie premises bought, keeping a large
j assortment of till kinds of rough and
furnishing lumber, etc., where parties
can secure at any time just what they
require in quantities to suit. Sueeess
their consideration, Albany is certain
to secure tlie works. Our little city
has been very prosperous during the
' past season ; a large amount of money
has been expended iu the erection of
(business houses and private dwellings ;
but the past season is but a drop in the
I bucket to the coining prosper- and
j rapid growth of our city, if our prop-
erty-liolUers and business men sliow a
j liberal spirit at this time in securing
nn enterprise that must from the first
draw a laro-f and v.ahiahlo trade to otir
,. , . .. . ... .
! doors a traffic, too, that will increase
and expand from vear to year. Let
Latest advices from Liverpool de-
note a quiet market, with wheat tpiota-
tons at for average, Os lOdiilOs 4d :
Club, 10s 4d 310s lOd.
The local demand for money is much
greater than ever before, and unless
farmers conclude to sell their wheat,
and thus put money in circulation, it
won't be long till tlie small amount of
'circulating medium now in sight will
have entirely disappeared. The out
look is not very favorable for an ad
vance In the wheat market. While
tlie re may be an advance in price in
Europe, it will be so'small vas not ma
terially to advance tbe rates here.
Portland rates are, fl 3531.37
100 lbs. San Francisco; 1 5031 52 i