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POM Ol't'M'E KKUISTEK.
MAILS AHKIVF. :
From Railroad .north and south) daily
ai 11.10 I, m.
rrotii forvams. tiany. bi kmhi a. K.
Fro,.. !., ,.....,,.. tn-wtkiy M.mday, j
ednosdav ana r i uui j ) at 10. JO a. at. !
Frrr Railroad north and titi), iaiiv.
close nroiiea at 11.10a. M.
For Corvalli. daily, at 1.50 P. X. 1
For Lebanon, tri-weekly. (Monday, Wed-
n-.Iav and Fri ia atir.x. !
from forvalIis.tIaliy.Bt 10-30 A. m.
Oflicc hours froi
Snndav . from 1-2
,. v I
i. i V v v, ;
I'll vnkscivixo Skrvicks. Union
Thanksgiving services will be held in
the M. K. Church Thursday, Xovem- j j
her 2'lth. 1-574. at 11 o'clock a.m. Let
all the people pause and give thanks to
uou. iinirisreauHie enurcries in
the city largely represented on the oc- !
casion. Sermon by Rev. Dr. Gearv.
Rev. 1. Wilson '
SllKim. Or., Nov. IS, 1S74. !
Shedd C range Ko. 9 has been called j
ro mom ;! the loss of our worthy sister j
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M.:. i. AEWfflAM. She died at
her residence near Shedd, November
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Ut. mh. .i worthy member of j
irih-it.r 'mi wi'iWn'r cviMiviflo-o
ir urikn .uui c tiepit sympathise
: ; " : - nilU aiul Ull meiOlh friends
of the ilecea;
M. A. Powkrs.
Snow in the Mountain?. Mr.
M;irti;: Williams, who arrived in this j
city the r.rst of the week from Ochoco,
bringing i:i a band of fifty oild head of j
beef cattle, belonging to Mr. Luther
Klkins, found the snow three feet deep,
for a distance of ten or twelve miles.'
through the Cascade mountains. lie i
sperienced considerable difncu'.ty in '
getting the cattle through, but made j
the trip eventually, although the
cattle lost eonsklemble flesh from the
lack of feed and the hard traveling.
THIRD AXXIVKBSART. The Erodel- The election for Delegate to Con
phi!:! Society ot Albany Collegiate i gress in Idaho Territry is still in
Institute piye an entertainment at the doubt, but the indications are that
( llcg this (Friday.) evening, it being i Fenn (Democrat . will be elected over
the third anniversary of the Society.
A rich literary treat is here offered the !
public of Albany; and, if we judge
from former occasions, this public will i
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no: ie sjow to avail itseil ot ttie oppor-
tntiity tlms offered to pass an enjov-
uhle evening. The admission fee is j
hot fifty cents for ad nits, and children. ;
when in company of their parents, will i
!- a-.lniifted for twenty-five cents each,
We predict a crowded house.
Grant Entkrtainment, Bali, and
Sotei;.- "ii Tnestlay evening, at the
Ujvera IRiise. Ir. Haskell anil troupe
will give one of their most interesting
entertainments, to conclude with a
grand bail and supper admission to
the whole. . 50 cents. After the enter
tainment, which alone I is worth the
price of admission, the audience will
select their floor-managers, the Dr.
will furnish the music, and if I hose in
attendance don't have a good time, it
will be their own fault. A first class
lunch willjbe set. including red-hot cof
fee, free to all in attendance. The Dr.
shows the greatest liberality in this
matter, and the Opera House should
be tilled from cellar to garret (or words
to that effect
on Tuesday evening j
Excellent Troupe. The Iose
tlale Dramatic Company gave two en
tertainments in this city last week to
lair nouses. 1 ms iuihimiij o.is ic- i
eeived the most flattering encomiums j
iri.m rlir. j.r.-ii nil nvir tlu; coast
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rhev are well deserved tlicy fully
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met the expectations ol our ptopic.
Mr. Itol.t. Fulford and Mis Minnie
I'ixley are old
(...-..tf,..- .. in. tbo
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-1 - .1 i . ..w,
ail'l m their roic .111.
nnajpraeiKtic. x ...... -
v. hni Min. while ionv aru neer
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tail to et away with BIS part in ywni
. .r. fnmnsnt lefr for OooS
.hrt)..-. iue Lompa ILIt r .
Jay on Monday, where they "ill
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"lOUOtlesa i" reuentu mm i"-..
and do a good business. As soon as
i be new theatre, now being fitted up
Portlard hv Mr. Ankeuy. is com- : copal cnurcn nuinung win soon uu eon
,fMi ,'i.ev will return to Portland to j .strutted in Pendleton. Five hundred
.... f 1 1 1 "11 1 . F. . t , . l. . . , 1 . it..
UU an engagement in it.
About fl,000 have been raised at
Salem to induce the location of the
works of tlie Home Manulcturuig
Company iu that city.
Dinnf.k and Sociablk. The j Makkieu. November 5th. 1874,
T o.i t i ir v ni i -ti at the residence of Mr. .las. II. Two
Lad .M ot the M. L. Church will j good Roie City. Idaho Territory, by
give a grand dinner, festival, aud j the liev. .1. P. Lyton, lr. Gen. W.
-i t mi-'- i
sociable on 1 hauksgiviiig day (next
'tl.n.vU.. . .1 ti
lliursaay,) at the Opera House.
It will be a splendid dinner, lievonu i
, , , . .
all ttollbt, With tileiltV ot tlllkev
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and the "hxillS." J lie POCKtWe
.... . . . ...
comes oil in the evening, and will
doubtless lie a pleasant occasion. ;
! M. S. ikPEW, on First street, just
! below the City Drug Store, lias a good
I :t ssrirf.Yo.ti r rf f.ijf.n.i. . .....1.. ,..,,.1..
and cook stoves, ranges, and all kinds
ot tin and copper ware, which he will
sell to those wishing stu b articles at a
sma,l advance upon eost. He has on
hand and i
'", '. !? . ",:,K,." "1 iaru cans.
l.-l. I... -oi r. ; i. ... .i... i ...... :
..aiA.ii lii 1111111-.11 ..ii lilt; iicl
living rates. Call and see ids goods.
Reap This. All persons knowing
themselves indebted by note or other-
wue to the late firm of Howell, Har
per & Co., are earnestly requested to
call at once ami settle the same, as the
money is now due. anil we want it.
"A word to the wise."' Ac. We also
have a very fine stock of goods to sell,
wnic" w"e offer very ow for cash or
Who Wii,i. n Be? The
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ment of the OiU Concert of The Ken-
i.,i.i: Tti t.- ?u j
tncky Public Library to November j
iOth. 1 . 1 ivns rsrIee nnnn in loLe i
:i full drawing a certainty. There will
positively be no farther postponement,
ami the great prize will be the m:i
nilieent sum ot $250. (XMJ. Who will
get it? What a peslered man Gov.
Bntmlette. of Louisville, business,
manager, would be, if the people sup
posed he could tell .'
Cold, stormy weather east of the
! J. 15. Underwood, U. S. Postal
Agent, has been traversing Eastern
i Oregon, looking after the mail routes,
: etc., in that section.
Gov. Bennett (Republican), by a small
A "Grangers Market Company" lias
been incorporated in Portland. Capi-
. . " .
tai stock, Jf.uuu, in snares oi 20. I lie
company propose to deal in vegetables, i
dressed meats hogs, sheep, cattle. 1
Some time since a suit for damages
was instituted in the District Court of
Washington Territory bjSheriffSmith, 1
1 of Cowlitz county, against Mrs. Money
and Win. Pickett. Twenty thousand !
dollars was the amount of damages
claimed by the plaintiff. The suit was
commenced in consequence of some
very severe strictures on the official
acts of Sheriff Smith, which were pill)- j
lished in the Kahuna lime n last spring.
The paper, at the time the articles ap-
peared, was owned by Mrs. Money,
and edited by Mr. Pickett. Bast week
the case came on for trial at Kalama. j
After a loiig examination and lengthy
arguments by the opposing counsel, j
the case was submitted to the jury, i
The jury after a brief deliberation re- j
turned with a verdict. This verdict
awarded to Sheriff Smith (he sum of:
I une doHar l Ave cents, as damages for I
no Imorwl retiiitation. Itelore the I
tria V:1S concluded, one ot the defen- I
I uauis .ur.. .iu:iev oisoii i-u
from the case on motion ot tile conn -
sel. Mr. Pickett, the lemai de-
tendant. is the party against who,
ilemages !re sessexl, and as a matter ot
eourse. that gentleman is expected to
t ... ,.iwirio,ins uiim nf
,Wmey above mentioned
tliH simill amount of ilamasri'S aw anled
l,ir tl, hii-v flic ul-iiiitifi' will In- in fur
i the 11113. me 1. 11,, jyiu 1 uc ni k.
tbeCOSfcS'iOl the Court. A many of
1 readers remember Mr. Win.
Pickett, tliev will know what
i thin" si 1 1 1 r ; 1 woumi nave srrucK 1 an lie
oUtilinea a veixllCl lor ?JU.oiiO Haulages.
.1 f. T.. i....-:il..
Alex, .iiariui. j-.sij., ..uRMrmiiir,
l learns that Senator .lone liore "ISrick
. i,,,,,..,,,. ir,,.,,,..rlv mnnil liv c.nl. .1.
.it,. - ... 5..., , .. ..!. :..
, . r. Alllier. nas mane ins nine in
23, and that bis owner refused $7,000
j f()1. i.;... Tm4 certtllnlv neak well
'''T.f1 W Dickson
. noise, a wen s lor .iiksuu
, conntv as a region lor piuuiieiur uui
! It is now quite certain that an Kbts-
uonars win ue iiiiiiioeu uui tji viv.
(.'htirch Building Fund as soon as a
like amount shall be furnished by our
citizens. It affords us pleasure to state
that nearly $000 bos been already
Price, oi Miver CUV. 1. I., anil isa-
dore K Grjtnth. of New York City.
Bully for George. Success to you,
( ITIZ1.N OF ALBANY : 1 Should DO
nieased to serve vou in t!.e eaiwitv of
L - ity Kccortler tor the year 1 .. nro-
vided you desire my services. Please
indicate your wishes by your votes at
our approaching city election, regard
less of paity affiliations.
i Nov. 11th. 1S74.
timi.Mvm a Toirs sals;
IN virt ue of i
HEREBY GIVEN TH AT BY
in order of Hie Count v 'onrt
in an (I for l,i mi cuniiiv, i iveson. mu'U: at
tlu November term i hereof, 1S74. in tlie
matter of the estate of James 1. Iloue,
deevned, the mi(!ersirned, administrator
of aid estate, will, on
Saturday tht Vlfh day
f December IS74,
at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day,
at the Court House door in Linn county,
retron, sell at public auction, to the hiirii-
est bidder, all the riirht. title and interest
of the said James 1. Iloune. deceased, at
I the time of liisj death, in and to the foliow-
intr described premises, to-wit :
j The fiaetiojial stmt h halt of Section 24)
- t went v four, in towmshin 12 soul h of mmre
i west, in Linn eountv. Oieaon ; and also
int ri-rioi:ai norrnwesr iina.it er ot rue
IMIUllWC-i II Hit I III i 'I Mil I ( I I J.li iwnui-
tive, in township 12 south of rumse 4 west
oi T a is ia tin.' T 1 e uil'M'.i inn . in Liun eouii t v
Oregon, containing m'i acres, more o'r
Terms of Sai.k. Gold coin. cAic-linif
cash in hand, the Imiaiuc on h credit of
sir months, secured bv nioi-ttr:iirc on the
I premise. V. IIoCl lC.
: AdtuinistratrtrestHtc-of ,J. P. Houe, dee'd.
November It. lS74-4vnS
W. D. BEL DING,
TTno MAXCFACTCRED THK FIRST j
! ti j;oo 1 Ilroom ever mate in Albany,
j has returned from California, and located j
permanently In this eitv, where he has
: asm (ninmesded tie manufacture ol all
Brooms, Brushes, Wisps,
i Scat his factory on First street, at John
Metzier's old Mand.east of Magnolia Mills,
i where he in vites those wishing a first class
! broom to call and secure it of him.
W. 1. liKl.UINCi.
' Albany, Oct. IS, 1874-5v7
Alban y. Oregon. ), to!er 23, 1.S74.
Sly wife Mrs. MARY 1!. IIENIKRSK,
havlnsr left my bouse without mvconsent,
therefore I warn all persons no: to trust
iter on mv account.
: uTvT V. B. HENDERSON.
Ayer's Cathartic SiIK,
, For all the Purposes of n I'umiiy
I ysjH-s:a. Indi
IfCA! ton. I y sin
tc:y, Fotil . Stooa
:urli autl Brculh.
HKitisui, E 1 u p -t
tons and S k i n
ness, j.ivei t om-
:iuil. I) ro psy,
T ct 1 1? r , Tumors
and S;iJt K'iicuin. Wfrm-. fiout, Xewaltjia,
a a lmner Pill, aI Iurit inir u- Bkx.l,
are tins most tDiienuil pnrfjrative yet per
tVcfefl. Tlnlir eifectH abnmlanTiy Mxw
how inucHt hy exec' a.H ot h.-r 1': Us. rF!iey
are safe and pltusant to take, bul towei-fal
to cure. They pvirj? out t !m; foul humors
of the Wood ; fhey st imulato tlie siuisli
ordisotlere I oixa info action : ahti ilu y
Import health and tone to x he whole beinfr.
They cure not only the every day eont
plaihts of every hotly, hnt lormi'laIe and
dangerous diseases. Must skillt'ni physic
ians, most eminent clergymen, and our
ii'st citizens, send eertiScates of cures per
I'oniied anfl of iritttt iK-nelits tluy have
derived from these Pills. They are the
safest 4in d hest physic for children, be
cause mtlu as well as effectual. Bemsi
s-.urar e.ated, they are easy t take; and
being purely ve-'etaile. they are entirely
Jiarm!ess. PRKKVRED tiV
Or.J.t . AYIttfti O.. Lowell. Mush.,
Practical and Analytical 'hemists.
"Sohi hy all Ih'iiu isis and Dealers in
tjrer's Ague Cure.
For the S;ert.v Keller
JS& ol' Fever anl Airue li-
Kgi mm ..-.iM..nt ; -1,11s
i ff"L Fever. Ki-iuUieut Fever,
B& Bf Dium1 isrtte. l'criodleal
j tious tvliieji arb from
; mnlnrlom. nanrjiti. or uilnnitt
imiwiB, xi.u-. ' 11 w i i
the last twentv-li v; yestrs, in the treat
ment of these distressing ilisease. and
: wltli sneli nnvaryin- snmw flint if liu
' (nunetl tho voputnf urn ol lioiiifr ltifalliiile.
- simk.-. !r chilis, on broken by it.
tlonotrBtum, nntUthlisaSR iscontrao-
ted awin. This ha mad" it an aeoepte-1
i renie'ly. and trusti.'i s'lecitlc. tor rne r ever i
rcui "i iiic.T'iin.
; Ayer's Ague Litre emuiaitPS me nosions
1 nolsnn from the svutein, j?ad leaves the
rKtlsori Il-otll I mi.' sys-.i-m.
patient as well as h. -fori
the attack. It
ht borousrlil.v extiells the lisease, Uiat no
Liver ouiiiiai;us. i;i"i;iiaMsin. xeumi
:iria.l . vsoii l i , o: I 'f Mill v tittiini i til-' mt-.
lu, ,.,.,!, where Disorders of the Uvernnd
j Bowels have noearred from Miasma ti
Poison, it removes the cans., of them and
they dimpneur Not .mly is It an eueetual
1 eatKf j,uti if taken occasionally bv patients
exroseii toinaiarin.it wiue.'.'tieiine poison
md protect them lrom attack. Travellers
and temporary residents in ever ana
As;ue localities are thus enabled to defv
t lie disease. The (jeneral IJebility which
is so apt to ensue fromcontlmied exjxisnre
to Malaria and Miasm, lias no sjieedler
remedy. For I.lver CouiplalutM, it is an
Dr. 3. '. AVER CO.. bmcll, Una.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
655-Sold by ull DrtijfgtetH and JJealers In
Has just received a now stock of all the
latest styles of
IHUBJVS' A?fcO BOYS'
And is sellinrr so cliean thnt all can bay.
The groods were
lioxifjrlit for Cash,
and arc lM-intr sold for tlio same c-onor.odi-
!' The secret of st'ilin goods is in
Having selected our troods in daylight, we
court the most
1 SELL, ALL GOODS AT
GRANGER PRICES !
FULL LINES CF
0 'If A NIIOEh,
W. BAl .
c'headlc's fjrick. First street, Albany.
P.iRRER & MORRIS'
IH XOW ICKAOV FOR THK KKt'KP
t ion f wheat and oats. We call the at
tention of tarmers to t he fact that we have
erected the finest warehouse in the State,
at a lartre exnen.se, ami are in position to
handle sal isfija-torily an Immense quan
tity of grain. Our house has a capacity tor
200,000 bushels of Wheat
at one time, and is located on the maxjriu
of the Willamt t u ItfVer, and novi ted with
a side track from the O. V C". 1J K., so that
shipments may be made daily by mil, and
j as often by water a-i'aMntaemtiesu:ier.
We have two iaie stu-Tion tans, in atidi
j lion to other Jan--, attavlie I to tht house,
j run by water power, and arKVthus pre
I luit ed to '
O Xj 3E3 1ST
! ..n tin- whent ri-ci'ived. dm tfc ii m.i
i tl(.an MJ-OSehnslMdsperdav- Cleaned wheat
ij worth mtU'li more in all foreiirn markets
than foul wheal . and none should be ship
ped without cieanin. ur ciiai'es wiJl be
live cents a Im-hi' on wheat, and four
i cents on oats. We nave
j SIXTY THOliA SACSiS
to furnish those storing wheat with us,
j lie. 1 loose v nose n urjii we lHtn.uasu,
j ami at the lowes; easb price to those who
1 seii their wheat from onr house 10 other
hn1ers. I'ersons storing with 11s are at
j liberty to sell to whom tiiej- please. Those
! who reside on t he west side of the river
I will have ferriaae trie. Will lie in the
j loarket as buyers, and expect to be able to
; pay the hishest po3-ille price. Hav'ing
1 pt'eiiai-i'?l oui-seH es to do 11 iure Imsiiiess,
I we iioiK; for our share of the public pal
PARKER & MOIMilS.
j july 31n47-t; AJlKiny, Oregon.
j , ... ., .,-,.-,- , . , ,
1 ivioiiv r- nr.ur.i. 1 t.n r.. uiai
i Xl the eo-parli.i'rs'.iip hew.otore existinn
by ami net ween .). i. 1 11 us. 1 navies Kour-
j;ar les and J. 11. litns. nmler tln uriu
naiiie of Til us, llonrjrardes: A t'o., is this
iui , - , ..........j v.... , i ... v n...
Itonrtiardes rettrina from the tirtn. All
note ami accounts due the late firm must
be paid to Charles loiir?aitl, who will
remain in tlie House unjil next April. All
account must be paid bv January 1st, lsj.j.
J. 1). Ti l l .
('MAS. It( IP KG AH DKS.
.1 IS. TITUS.
Albany. t)r., October 8th, 171.
The tindersifrned desire to return their
thanks to the citizens of Alliny aud vicin
ity for the Uberal patronage heretofore ex
tended to the firm of Titus, B. A Co., and
express tlie hope that the new firm of
Titus Bros., who will continue business at
the old place, will b found worthy of their
(Successor to Blain, Young t: Co.,)
Wholesale and Retail Dcalr, In
STAPLE and FANCY
and all kinds of
Ir' a rming- Implemts
Agent for the celebrated
New Wilson Sewing Machine,
Guaranteed to be equal to any, arid
lrom $10 to tV less than other
first class machines.
Call and See.
At Old Stand, FirKt Street.
feh 12 T4
CorncTSinea.Sansome Streets, I
Surplus Fund (11001)206,110
i Trnnanrl every kinil of !cjilirmt::'
; BITVS A -V P KXCHANKt:
I on the principal Cilics of the Liiittul Status
! nnil Koropc.
IMMIKN CERTIFICATES OF
MHPONIT available at U eouunefciul
mi'l linancial points.
Bl'VM i SEI.T.S National. State,
eitv hdiI ("tiuntv Boml.
DA'E4'r.tlF-:."T M Ar on nnlors.
UOI.Il & Hit. VHIi BI'MJOX ar.,1
I t ii I.TESIDKBS l,usr!lt ;l lit 1 sniri.
DEPOHIT AttOl'JfTS kepi in Gold.
Silver ami Currency, and subject to clic k
I.VTKRKNT B.1I on Tiinf IVi-ioi:-.
OU.lit TIO.HM 1I.1DE i:i !
Fran(iMCO ami vicinity williout ,-Hary ,
and ut ali otner points at cost, and proceeds:
remitted at current rates of Exchanire.
! 0. H.B0GAET, PETZK H. BURNETT
WAt iLAin AGEXCV.
(No. 31 Montgomery Block.)
SAX FKANCl.st O, t'AL.
; VT. II. AIKKN. AT TOHNK Y-AT-I. A W
! T and t'omutander of the tinind Army
of the Republic in California and Nevada,
! will ifive prompt attention to the eolloe
! lion of Additional Travel Pay, now due
: California and Neva-la Volnnteers dis
' c.hari;d more than thi-ei' liutidrt-d miles
I from home. Soldiers can depend on lair
! dealing. Information rivcn free of charae.
I When writing enclose stamp for reply and
i state company and regiment, and whether
vou ha ve a discharge. ConRress has ex
tended the time for tiling claims lor AU
ditional llonnty under Act of July i. IStkj,
I to January IS7", so ail such claims must be
made before that time. Original Bounty
of $1(10 Was iMien allowed all volunteers who
! enlisted before July !. lSIl for three
i years,if not paid the same when discharg
ed. Land Warrants can can tie obtaiued
i for service's rendered liefore 185.1, but no:
for services in the la'e war. Pensions !.-.-Slate
war and win- of isfc! obtained and
: inereasetl when allowed for less than dis
ability warrants, bnt no pensions are
t loweci to Mexican and Florida warsoidicrs.
State of T0as hasijniTileil Pensions lo sur
viving veterans of Texas Revolution. New
Orleans and Mobife Prize Money is now
due and being paid. W. H. Aiken also at
tends to General lw and Collection ilusi
Latest and improved styles,
Call at the Register Office.
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