Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1875)
OFFICIAL. CITY PAPER.
ALBANY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1S75.
HEXBY M IBHES,
Geo. .S. Miller, ot Lake county, is en
route for the State Fair, bringing with Mm
a huge steer, probably tlte largest ever
raised on the Taclflc coast. The animal
is 19 hands high, measures M around
the girth, and 18 feet from the tip of Mi
nose to the end ot his tail. We are not
Informed as to his weight, but with such a
frame well filled out, he ought to pull
iown enormously. Mr. Miller is exhibit
ing the ani dial at the . different poiuts on
the road through the valley.
Late Loudon dates report the-wheat
market as firmer and prices stiffening.
Portland prices arc fl 80, buyers mt
caring to pnrcliase just yet, and knowing
that there will be no sales effected at that
figure. . San Francisco rates arc t'2 10 a 2
15, while holders are asking five and ten
cents higher. , L
The great rainfall which lias done so
much damage in this country, in England
and 1n France, also extended to India, and
Its northwestern provinces have been flood
ed, with a loss, it is feared, ot many lives.
Thns three continents have suffered simul
taneously from the same cause. Whether
this is a mere coincidence, or the result of
the same natural phenomena or not, is n
question whose decision must be left to the
learned meteoiologists who have lately
been pointing so knowingly to the spots on
toe sun and the eccentricities of Jupiter.
As a temperance man iu fact, the temper
ance people of Oregon can not select a
truer exponent that Henry Warren, "Re
publican candidate tor Congress. His
w hole life Is a practical illustration of the
virtues of temperance and sobriety.
According to the census taken by the
county assessor, Portland lias a permanent
white population of 11,500 souls. Esti
mating the Chinese population at 2,000 and
the floating population at 800, givts Fort
land a total population of 13,000 or 14,000.
Rev. Cyrus Xutt, D. D.,of Bloomlngdale.
Indiana, died on the 23d, of remittent fever,
lie was one of the most prominent educa
tors in the country, and long stood in the
front rank of thinkers and writers of the
II. E. Church.
There are numbers of independent Demo
crats in Linn county who will not vote for'
Lafayette Lane, and they are bold and hon
est enough to say so openly. With such
men the cry of the '-old stock" don't win
worth a cent.
An express train 'went through the bridge
four miles south of St. Paul, Minn., on the
25th, instantly killing conductor' A. W.
Locke, engineer Lorenzo Mann, ami fire
man Ed. Keily. Xo passengers injured..
The recent sale of the property and fran
chises of the Northern Pacific Railroad
Company has been confirmed, and there is
now a strong hope tliat work on the road
will be resumed af an early date.
On the night of 23d killing frosts are re
ported in Minnesota, on the line of the
Lake Superior road.' It the frost extended
throughout the State, the com crops will
fce an entire failure.
Every ituiepedent Republican in this
county, so far as we can learn, will support
Henry Warren, believing him to be as
perfect a representative man A3 could have
possibly been selected.
On the 24th the ships New York, com
panion of the Bremen, arrived in San Fran
cisco, 140 days from Liverpool, 24 ot her
crew of 40 down with scurvy, of the most
malignant type. -,
President Garcia Moreno, of Ecuador.
was assassinated In bis palace at Quito, on
the 6tb. . Great alarm has seized all foreign
ers, aud strong reasons exist for believing
there will be a massacre of them.
W. B. Greenlaw. President of the Mem
phis & Little Rock Railroad, of the People's
Insurance Co., of Memphis, died near that
city on the 23d, of dropsy of the heart.
A most terrific storm occurred at Sionx
City on tbe night of the 24 th, doing an im
mense amount of damage to bridges, crops.
Phll Sheridan is expected to arrive in
Portland on tbe incoming steamer, when
be will be received in good shape by the
military and civic authorities.
On the 23d In New York, the American
International Eifie Team , were received
with grand honors, on their return from
Democrats of the central valley don't
IT, 06,11 OW lhe nomination
.of Lafyette Lane.
On Saturday, Abram Symonds, ot 'Pine
'?.S.m Y" ,edW3 geT.na Then
Win. D. Sbipman, as assignee of Dun-
Capt. Webb finished bis second attempt
to swim from Dover to Calais successfully In
Hi Hours ana 4U minutes.
Tee snag-jMiner, Capt. Geo. Smith, Is at
work at the Chitwood place, near Salem,
' 'Crooked beer" U now receiving the at
tention of Government officials, and several
arrests Lava been made.
" The beaks of Pera stupe tided specie pay.
' Beats oa tho 7th. : '-i..-
IJaho U getting a Stir share of emigration
i'.li summer, .
Mr. Hull, late of the Jacksonville Times,
called on Monday.
The weather Lt still of the magnificent
order, warm through the day and cool
enough during the nights to make blankets
TiiououOHBfcEDS. Mr. F. E. Bentou
arrived in this city on Tuesday, bringing
with him twenty head of thoroughbred
Spanish Merino Rams, which he offers for
sale at prices to suit the times. Mr. Ben
ten can be seen at the St. Cliarles, while
the sheep can be secu at the Fair grounds
juit south of the city.
Half Fake. In response to the Presi
dent of the State Agricultural Society, M.
Wilklns, Ei under date of Portland,
July the 2.3th, 1S75, J. Brandt. Jr., Super
intendent of the Oregon & California Rail
load Co., writes as follows:
Dear Sir: Your favor ot the 20th Instant
is received. We have considered the mat
ter of half fare rates duriutf the cominc
ouiiu i air, nuu conuiutteii to make me re
duction. You can state in vour Duplica
tions, circulars and tMstcr. that this com
pany will sell tickets from all stations on
the line ot this road, to the Fair Ground
and return, at one-half the usual rates:
This will doubtless largely Increase the
number of visitors to the next State Fair.
We are also informed by the Secretary of
the Society, E. M. Waite, "Ei , that Rev.
B. R. Baxter, of Benton county, will
deliver the annual address. Mr. Baxter is
a practical farmer, who will harvest two
hundred acres of wheat this year, and will
douotless make a moyt excellent and enter
Home Again: AH of those who partici
pated from this city In the Masonic excur
sion to Victoria, B. C, and the various
points on the Sound, have returned," every
one with the greatest unanimity agreeing
that tliey never enjoyed a better or more
pleasant excursion. At every point the
excursionists were feasted and toasted, and
every tiling that could be conceived of to
enhance their enjoyment and make their
sty pleasant and profitable, was done.
The Masons of Victoria especially exerted
themselves to show their appreciation of
the visit of their American brothers, enter
taining them with princely lavishness dur
ing tlieir stay. The excursion will have a
lasting effect tor good, as it brought the
peoples of two different governments to
gether, and helped to obliterate the feelings
of prejudice and education more effectually
than could have been done in any othi r
way. The memory of the pleasures en
joyed by the participants in the grand
Mssouic excursion of 1S75 will long re
main bright, to be referred to in after years
with pride and satisfaction.
From tlie SP'sven'Kr we learn thnt the as
sessor of Polk, county has finished the work
of assessing the county and enmneratine
the inhabitant, etc. There are i:i the coun
ty : Males Legal voter. 1.211 ; 21 vears
and upwards. 1,211 ; under 21 and over 10
yen is, 1 20; under It) years. 809. Females
Eighteen years and" upwards. 1.053; turner
IS years and over 10 years. 439; under 10
years, 742. Acres of land under cultiva
tion. 74.003; number bushel of wheat raised
602.047; bushels ot oat 238.609 ; bushels
of barley, 23.713; bushels of .flax seed. 500;
tons of hay, 9,033; ttotiiids of wool.. 7(1.033;
bushels of corn, 1.459; number of sheep,
22.751 ; hogs. 6,255; horses, 4.155. cattle.
8,400; number pounds of tobacco, 442; bush
els of potatoes, 15,943; buh;ls of apples.
179,935; feet ot lumber. 2.830.000; grist nulls
4. pottery, 1; number of mules. 4j; pounds
ot cheese, 2,000, pou.idi of butter, 92,955.
The Ft Benton Ittcmd ot July 2tth says :
Our latest advices from the lower country
confirm the many rumors current here for
the past two weeks of tha near aooroaeh of
hostile Indians. The Sioux have set fire to
the prairie between Benton and Fort Clag-
eir, making it. amio-r impossible tor ex
perienced guides to find their way through
The Nea Perces report that over eleven hon
ored lotlges ot bioux are encamped on the
Little Rockies, distant about forty-five
miles from the Bear Paw Mountains. A
few days tUnce a party of three hundred
Crows and N'ez Perces started on a raid
against the Sioux. They were driven back
by a larger torce of their enemies to within
eleven miles of Clagett. They say that
the prairie was literally covered with Sioux,
a man nameii ajKiier wno resides on
Wood river. Idaho, recently gave his son a
horse which tlie son traded to the In
dians, and the father not knowing of the
trade attempted to take the annual from
the Indians, 'lhe latter resisted and
would uot give up the horse. Falkner ran
into the house and got a double barreled
shotgun and came out greatly excited and
irieu tu Minn me inuiau who was Keeplrg
i ne norse oeiween minseit and Ualkuer
Some men hearing the fuss went out and
called to Mm not to shoot, and told him
his boy had traded the horse to Indian, but
Falkner in his craziness paid no attention
to what was said, but shot at the Indian as
soon as he could level his gun on him. Two
shots struck the Indian in the body, and
made severe wounds. Nothing had been
done about it, at last accounts, but there is
still fear that ths Indian will seek revenge
In some way on the -innocent parties, the
settlers there are all stock men. and a large
number of Indians are continually hanging
arounu ineir camps
James Chapman, who lelt Kamloops in
August of last year, with ahorse packed
for Canada, was drowned In the Atrianasca
river in the month of September following.
Tlie horse with the pack and sun strapped
to hi back reached the shore and wan caught
Dy the Indians, x tie young man a Dody
was not secured, out a Mr. Brown, accom
panying one of the railway parties, brought
a journal that was round in t no pacK to
ort Juimanton. In this journal is set
down with ereat minuteness of detail a con
nected narrative or Chapman's travel rrom
the time he left a lumber mill on I'uget
Sound till the very day ot bis death.
Ice bepinnino- to Rirm an the fliimfs at
Summit, Nevada. The temperature around
iaKe lahoe- remains as delightful as ever,
tlie re are more visitors at the lake this year
than ever before.
o-Jilj?.81 .Tjke. Herald says there Is a lar
Sflo n. immigration en route to tlie Pa
ThS nfnr "Lftny, Pioiw aeason.
WiSlf t.U U. bonnd ,or Oregon and
lanTnTZe!7it0Iy- .The vanguard will
be along about the first of September.
ed to olv'S kr n8b,p anu " hn retum
llV RnLP'g tour to
The tnur.-j""' V"ur "
of Mt, Raider,
ble to find employme,.tWiffakw:
dom, haa gone to San Francisco.
The ferry on Snake river, at Penewa,w,
la tn uccessful operation, and the road
from Tukanon to Colfax la reported in good
traveling condition, -
"Resources and Butsness Dirertrtry of
Coos County" is the title of a book Issued
by II. II. tiaie.
The Patrons ot Husbandry are about to
erect a store in the vicinity of Butte creek,
Jackson countv. r
Mrs. G. Berry and Mrs. Blanche G. Pat
terson, have been appointed teachers of
music in Willamette University.
The Hillshoro Independent reports the
farmers of Washington; county as having
their harvest well under way.
L. B. Ison, of Baker City, had a fine
young horse so badly injured" the other day
by his jumping on to a picket, that lie hail
to be killed.
The Eagle mills, in' Jacksonville, have
been thoroughly renovated and put in the
best order by an experienced miller, and
are now turning out n superior quality of
The house of the chU'f of tlio Nanaimo
tribe was robbed of 75 pair of blankets.
A diamond drill for the Vancouver Coal
Co. was brought by the bark Elands from
Specimens taken from the incline, at the
Houston mine. Carson City, Kev., assay
from f 100 to $1,000.1 ton.
Senator Johnson leaves a widow, two
daughters and one; son. Mrs. Patterson,
wile of ex-Senator Patterson, who received
and entertained (hiring her father's admin
istration with such' dignity and grace; Mrs.
Brown, formerly !Mr.. Stover., at whose
resilience he -died,! and Andrew Johnson,
Jr., of the Greenville Intelligencer.
Vlrst That the Republicans of Oregon
decl:(fe nnnitenible adherence to the indis
soluble Union of States; sovereignty or the
Federal Government in the functions as
signed it bv the constitution, rights of the
S:7ites and equality of all men before the
Second That we approve of the present
Republican National Administration, and
especially the effort to prevent and punish
fraud and exlwse past violations, and to
sruard against their occurence m the future.
I liiru i nnt we enuorso iue jjoney oi
idjusting difiiculties between this aui for
eign nations oy nroitration msieau oi war.
Fi-nrtn That the Kepubican party of
Oregon oppose a thinl Presidential term,
a?id believe that President Grant's letter to
General White fairly removes that issue
trotn politic?. 1
i ifth That gold and silver are me oniy
relinble legtil tender, and a currency cou-
vertinie witn c:m siiouki inereiure oe
g-a-.lnally attained, and we are lit favor of
resumption t s;ec!e payments as soon as
it is practicable to do so" without disturbing
the business intercuts ot the country.
Sixth We demand that the patent laws
be modified and revised to relieve industry
from the oppression of monopolies.
Seventh We demand mat aw railways
and other corporations shall be held in
fiir and just subjection to the law-making
powers, constitutionally exercieu.
Eigiitn vvecoiidemn tne corruption ami
extravagance of ; the present Democratic
Ninth We demand of our representa
tives in Congress their best efforts to secure
ad from the General Government for the
free navigation of the Columbia River by
building locks at the Cascades ami the
Dalies, and a wagon road from Sandy to
the Dalles; the improvement of the Wil
lamette. CoriiiiII and liogtie Rivers; the
construction of , lhe Foitiand, Dalles and
Salt Lake Railroad, and the early comple
tion ot me Oregon and t ;antornia itaiiroati
from Kosehurg to Kedtling; t'ne Wes Side
Kill road from 8t. Joseph to Junctior City;
and :Usthe extension of the public surveys
to meet the wants of the increasing pojm
latioii of the State, and the construction
of a wagon road from Ashland, by way
ot Link River. Langell Valley ami Goose
Lake, to the eastern State line.
Tenth Tht; we are in fivnr of opening
up the Umatilla aud Siletz Iiulian Reser
vations for public settlement.
Eleventh Itiat we are in tavor ot main
taining our present free school systm and
of increasing its efficiency, and arc opposed
to an3 division ot the puolicscnool moneys
ror sectarian purposes.
Twelfth Wre cordially invite all persons
opposed to the restoration of the Dcmn-
cratie parly to power iu the nation to for
get all past political differences and unite
with tlie Republican party in maintaining
the cause of true reform.
Bl'CIiS FOR SALE !
rJvsVENTY HEAD OF THOROUGHBRED
SPANISH MERINO RAMS,
Just arrived at tho
near this city. Call early and got first choice.
Prices to Suit tlie Times !
F. K. ItEXTOX,
With Severance Peet, California.
Slav be seen at the St. Charles Hotel, AllMiny,
August 25. !S754l9w3
JPritfe,: Tuxnly-flve Cents..
C'ontaininar a comnlete list r,t all the towns in
the United States, the Territories and the Do
minion of Canada, ha-ing a population greater
than 5,000 according to the lust census, together
with the names of tho new papers bavinsr the
largest local circulation in each of the places
named. Also, a catalogue of newspapers which
are recommended to advertisers as giving great
est value m proportion to prices charged. Also,
all newspapers in th United 8tates and Canada
printing over M00 copies each isKiie. Also, ail
the Religious, Agricultural. Scientllic and Me
chanical. Medical, MiVwnicJuvenile.Education
al. Commercial, Insurance, Real Estute, Snort
fug, Law, Musical. Fashion, and other SDecial
las journals ; very complete lists. Together
wit n a complete list or over 300 German naoer
printed la -the United States. Also, an essay
upon a'jveriiKing ; many laoies ot rates, suow.
ina the cost of adve.tisimr In "various nevam
pcrs. and everything which a beginner in ad-
venisiiig wouiu uae to Know.
Addi-ess j GEO. P. ROWELL CO.,
... j.i r , 41 Park Row, New York.
A prominent Ntw Yorkpbysician lately com
lained to DCNDA8 DIC
ftl'O. about their
ADALCO OTli CAPSCI.E8, I
stating that the
sometimes cured miraculous
but that a pat:
ent of his had taken them without effect.
lout effect. On
hoinr informed that several Imitations were
sold, he inquired and found his patient had not
been taking DUJiDAS DICK WS. .
What happened to this phys'cian may nave
-innm-nn-l toothers, and DUN DAS DICK A CO.
take this method of protecting physicians, drug
gists and themselves, and preventing OIL OF
Sandalwood from coining into disrepute.
PHYSICIANS whoonce prescribe the Capsules
will conttnne to do so, for they contain tbe pure
ri In tlm hf.l nii cheanest form.
DUN DAS DICK CO. use more Oil, of San
dalwood than an tne wnoiesaie rniatioi-u
Druggists and Perfumers In tho United States
combined, and this is the mole reason why the
pare Oil Is sold cheaper in their Capsules than
in ny other form. .
OIL OF SANDALWOOD Is fast superseding
every other reoiedy, sixty capsules only being
rfwinlmri t Inn m a nfn and certain cure in six
or eight days. 1 From no other medicinecan this
resnlt oohad. !
DUNDAS DICK A CCS SOFT CAPSULES
solve the problem, long considered by eminent
physicians, of how to avoid the nausea and dis
gust experienced In swallowing, which are well
known to detract from, if not destroy, the good
et23cts of many valuable remedies.
Soft. fnnaiiLd . . E n 4I.a(1.m1 .Mt
iS?.2?itniny tn each, and are the only Capsules
JHJjarlbett bybyaieUuM. . - .....
nt i..? Medleiiiei..- Castor Oil and many
n A Ll,V'Ta,'Ji clnes an be taken easily
tot8e tortPaM JZ?Z capsuloa admitted
fiend fr.- t.T".,"':t
in. siVi wooster street. N. Y.
IflnprovctaeEi of t'pper Colmabto Hivr
V. S. KK81SEFB OFFICE, .
FtffiTLAKO, OUN., AUg. 25, 1875i
SEALED PKOPOSAI-S. In duplicate, will be
received at this otHce until 12 M., on tlie
S lib y f September, 1875
tor the Improvement or the Upper Columbia
river, ut each of the following points :
Honilv Rapid, between fonr and five miles
above Wallalu, nbout one hundred cubic yaids
of roek, more or less. , .
Cmatilla Upper Rapid, between five and bix
miles alwve L nia.1 Ilia, alxnt two hundred cubic
yards of rock, more or less. ' .
Rock Cl-eek Rapid, twehtv-flve miles above
CelUo, about liity eubks yards or rock, more or
leowyhee Rapid, thirty-flvc miles above Celllo,
about seventy-five evrble yrds of rocu, move or
The work to be done consists In blastlngr out
rock ; all rock being under water.
Primed specJtleations. instructions to bidders
and blank forms for proposal, wld furnished
on triplication to this office, wbore cuarts of the
localities above named may be examine d.
Aug. 27, S-igwS Major of Engineers.
3?or Sale I
A Large Body of Kicli Land for
QQfk ACRES OF LAN1 IN LINX COUNTY ;
yOU 300 acres in citltiviu ion every acre sus
ipiiule of cultivation well wsterud. Has a
good house, barn, and nuthouses thereon all
under fence, and lving within 9 miles of a rnil
roa'l station. All good s-as or grain land, lhe
entire tract will be sold chcaix. Inquire of
S. A. JOHNS.
Aug 2074-48 v7 Albany. Oregon.
Dissolution of Co-Pnrtnerabip. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TOE Co
partnership heretofore existing between 1.
W. Ballard and J. W". McKnight, doing business
as Druggists and AnoUiecariea at Le'janim,
Linn Co.. Oregon, was this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Either of the above named
will receipt for money paid on account. All
persons indebted loiheui are requested to call
and settle immediately.
The !usiness wUl be continued" at Lebanon
bv 1. VV. Tialiard, who assumes all indebtedness
of the lute firm of Bollard A McKnight.
J. VV. McKNPrllT.
D. W. BALLARD.
Lelwnon, Aug. 16lh, M7.V48v7w2.
Adiuluist mlor's Snle of Ileal 1-itnte.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN PL" is
suance of an order of the County Court of
l.iini Counts". Oi-cgon, made and entered of
Record at tlie August term o said court, 1875 "in
the matter of the estate of Harrison Hildreth,
decea-c.l," tlie undersigned admmlstrutor wit h
ne win annexed ot the est ale of the said Har
rison Iliidreth, deceased, will, on the
SOUi day of Kepteiuber, 1873
between tlie hours of nine o'clock A. M. and
lour o'clock P. M.. of said dnv. sell at nubile
auction to the highest bidder, at tlie court
house door in Linn county, Oregon, the follow.
iiik uescnneci real properly ueionging io satu
estate, to-wit :
CAimmencing (30 20-igo) thirty and twcnt-
one hundredth ro 13 nonth of tlie wulh
er.st corner of the sonth-west quarter of sec
tion sis, in township 13 s, K 2 West; running
thence east (160) one hundred and sixty ro ls.
nonce non n e.gnis' ana s-io ro is, tnence west
seven i y rod, i hence norih sixty-eisht io'Is,
hence west ninely ixkIs. thenceouth one hun
dred and tort j-cightand 2-10 rods to the place of
tiegiiinins. Ihesamc Itcinu thefrncrionalN W it
and the fractional N ) of the S Vf X ot seciion
six. rownsnin la s, K t w, Willamette iiiei-Kiian,
ai'es, more or less.
u hat said rremics will no sold as above to
satisfy a debt ol'l,;00 and tnteivst, secured by
nionyase on 1 ne a'wo premises, wlncn mori-
:se whs execmcd bv said Harrison Hildreth,
deceased, and his wile. Laura E. Hildreth, on
he 2-Jth day of April, W70.
Tkkms ok S.un.-(io(l coin, one-half cash in
hand, and the la';ance on a credit of six months,
to be secured by mortgage on the premises.
V. P. CAVINESS,
Aitrmnist ratnr wtl h the will annexed.
August 20th, 1875-4Sv7w4
jHNt Issued. 200th Edition.
Revised and corrected by the author, E. de F.
uurus, Ji. i.,&c.,&c.
A 5fKl!cal Essnv on tbe oinse anci cure of pre
mature decline in man, showing how health is
lost, and regained. It gives a clear sj-nopxis of
the impediments to tiinrviaiie, the treatment of
nervous and physical de'iili: j", e.thtittstn'l vi' nl-it-,
and all other diea-cs apix--rtaing thereto;
the results of t wonts' years successful practice.
Opintous ot tine Press.
CUHTIS ON "MAX f I KD." There 1 s no mem-
btr of stx-iely bv whom ibis Imhk will not be
frmid tiffiil. whotluT lie be rarest. DfticeDlor
or lercr man. ..owlm T'm s.
CURTIS ON "MAS HOOD." This book should
he rea l by the joimg tor instruction, and by
the nfflie'.ed for relict ; it wili injnic no one. -
it rt'cal Titn-s anrI Unztie.
Price- One Dollar, by mail or express. Ad
dress the author, l.R. CI" 11 1 IS, .".2 SutterStreet,
or P. O. Box 337, San Francisc", Cal.
48 v. in j
THE BEST IN Ml 12
s sz IL cI.
Varrantccl to give Satisfaction.
Call at the Drug Store of
First street, Albany, Oregon, and see Tcstlaio-
mai witu rugaru to me
Sold bv tho gallon onlj-. It Is pnt np ready for
use in cans of H, I and 5 gallons ; also in 5 gallon
wooden pa lis aud barrels. Call and see iu
IS ISOW U1TDEB THE M ANAOEMEST OF
Who will keep it well supplied with all kinds of
MEATS, and will endeavor to give the fullest
satisfaction to all who patronize him. A shnre
of trade Is respect f u lly solicited. a Jn 17
MRS. C. C. ENGLISH,
Is constantly receiving
New and Stylish Millinery,
To which she invites tho special attention of
the Ladies. Good sold at the lowest, living
rates. Store nrst door east of City Drug Store,
Albany, Oregon jnll
Within 0?tfE MILE of Albany
Parties in want of Homestead tots would do
well to call on W. H. DODD A CO., before pur
chasing elsewhere. Land rich and would make
fcr The whole can be Irrigated with very lit
tle expense. ,
JySQ W. a. DODD A CO.
, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST USED,
A. CAROTHERST& CO.,
FIBST STREET, ALBANY.
CO TO THE
&c, &c, &c.t
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Coon try Produce of All Hinds
BOUGHT FOR MERCHANDISE OR
Tliis is the pTace to get the BEST BAR
GAIN 3 ever offered In Albany. Partiel
will always do well to call aud see for t hom
First street, Albany, Oregon. S2v5
'Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Macliin-
And all kincs of
mOTi AND BASS CASTINUS.
Pnrtlenlar attention paid torepairinpr all
kinds tif machinery. 41v3
HROOn FACTORY !
W. D. BEL D i N C,
WHO MANUFACTURED THE FIRST
Rood Broom ever made in Albany,
has returned from California, and loca'ed
permanentlv in thin eity, where he has
aerain coniuienced the manufacture of all
Itrooms, Brushes, Wisps,
Ac. nt his factory on First street, at John
Metzler's old stand. east of Magnolia Mill,
where be in vitesthose wtshinar a tlrsieiass
broom lo call and securw it of him.
-V. D. BUI-DING.
Albany, Oct. lfi, 13 Sv7
D. M. JONES. J. LINEl.TF HIM.
JO.XIS A HILI
PHYSICIANS AND SCRQEOKS,
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
JR A N G E S .
COOK, PARLOU AND BOX,
S T OV E s :
Of the lest patterns.
ALSO : TIS, fHEET IRON AND OP
And the nsnal assortment of fnmMiIiijr
as to be obtained lu a tin store.
icepalrs neatly and promptly executed,
n reasonable terms.
Staor t rer. kon Inarm malt lonsr friends,
FRONT 8TB K T, ALBANY.
Deo. 5, 1686-1
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW GROCKR
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with a fresh stock of
Uroceries, Provisions, Candies, Cigars, To
bacco. Ac, to which he invito the atten
tion of our citizens. - , "4
In connect ion with the store he will keep
a Baker3, and will always have on hand a
full supply of fresh bread, crackers, c.
63T" Call and see me.
' t'. .. " ' '
a 11! .)! i.l .,-S t . -. , ' i
p'llil I't 'lt it .i ". .! , ' '
O. V T'lPA'Vr. jf -r
ti., ;" ' :?t
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at sight.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin .
r Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
nd New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collections madr and promptly remitted.
Refers to U. "W. Corbett, Honry Failing,
W. & Ladd.
Banking hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, Ia71-22v3
Attorney And Counselor at Iw,
TTIXXt PKACTICE IN AT.L THE Court".
T In the Sd, 3-.I and 4tli juuiciai Dis
tricts In the Snnrenie Court of Oregon,
and In vhe U. S. District and circuit conns.
Okmce In Purrlsh brick, (upstairs), in
office ocennied bv the late X. II. Cranor,
First street, Albany, Oregon. toisrf
GEO. IS. BIELTTI,
Attorney and t'onnselor at Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE Conrte
of this State. Officic In Fox's brick
(up stairs) First street. 6v7
Dm It. BICE, 51. D.,
Surgeon & Pliysiclan.
OFFICE Fiist street, between Ferry
and Washington. BfbIdkkce Third
street, two black's below or east of Met bo
?IP Church, Albany, Oregon. v5n4C
I15. GEO. W. GRAY,
T3 e n rr I S T ,
OF FICE IN PARRISII BRICK BLOCK,
corner First and Ferry streets. Resi
dence Corner Fifth and Ferry streets.
Office hours from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m.. and
1 to 3 o'clock p. m. 18v4
THE BAY TEAM STILL LIVES,
AND 13 FLOURISHING LIKE A ORSF-K
bav tree. Thankfnl for past favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance of
the same, the BAY TEAM will always be
rendv, and ea-dlv fmmd, to do any haulms
within the city" limits, for a reasonable
compensation. fciFI el i very of Oooil
a Specially. A. N. ARNOLD.
Albany Book Store.
DEALER IN JIISt ELLANEOUSBOOKS,
8t:hool Books. Blank Books.Stationery
Fancy Articles, &e.
Books imported to order.at shortest pos
sible notice. V5n30
H. J. EOUCiHTOX, 51. E.r
BAnCATE OF THE ISITEJWITTf
member or iK-iievicu 11 Rpitai.uf-aii.ni, i
leixe.New York. OrncK-In A. Carolhcrs
& Co.'s drug store, Albany, Oregon.
W. C. TWUEDALE,
. SrALEX w
Cii'oceries?, . iPi'ovLsicms,
Tobacco, Cigar. Cutlery Crocli
ery, aud Woort Willow Ware,
C-33-Cial?antlKe him. 24t-5
A. CAR01I1ERS & CO.,
D. aliTS iTi-
CIIEM1CAI.S, OILS, FAINTS, BYES
UL tW, LASir, ETC.,
All the popular
1-RtE CUTLERY, CTOAR3, TOBACCO,
HOTIONS PERF I'MIK Y
Pnrtlenlar rare and promptness tycn
Physicians' prescriptions and t amtly kcc
lV' A. CAROTIIER3 & CO.
Can bo had at the follow ins places
Kirk ft Humo
J. M. Mown
J. J. Bi.wn
"'. urnf A Collar
A full snpplv can also bo obtained nt my
old shop on ritJtreAlcn.
A. W. CAJIBLE, OT.
Privsiclan. Surgeon, etc.
First street, over weed's
..rn.umt atnm. RESIDESrS-(JbOOSll e
late residence of John C Mnndenhall.nenr
the Found v. rrrst St je.iun,.
WIIT RAT Tins PAMAGINO AN1
troublesome coinnlaint cannot lr
euro 1, when so many evidences of sncces
rnisht bo placed before yon every day
cures of surmosod hopeless cases? Yonr
Physician informs yon that thelonseryou
allow the comniaint. to exist, yon lessen
vour chances for relief. Experience hat
'aught this in all ease.
A. Carotbera tc Co.'s Pile Fills and
are all they are roeoromonded to be. 'Will
inra rhmnk!. Rlindand Bloedinir Piles in
a very short tiino and are mntvni'Til to usr.
Tbl nrenaration is sent, by mail or ex-
. press to any point within tho United States
at si MimrnmHwc. v
Address, ( aTCAHOTIIERS A CO.,
17 vJ i Box 33, Albany, Oregon.
The Eusone firemen nre maktns ar
ratigements for a jrrand ball at Lane's
Hall on Christmas eve.
'piIB CELEBRATED W. A. "WOOD'S
REAPERS A, MOWERS.
IlMine" Header, (Wood's improved.) a
roqaillarirs Indiana Farm Wagoa
Tb Baisel and Vibrator Thrcshcn,
(boat machines on the coast.
- Ntateaman Foreefeed Drill.
Rtar Plow, and other machines
Call, see, and get price and terms before bn viae
elsewhere, at my Blacksmith Shop, coiner Soo-
siiuwuriu us,, ioanv, tjresrnn.
91v F&ANK WOOD
PARKER & MORRIS'
IS "VOW BEADY FOR THE RF4TJ. 1
of wheat and oats. We call the attenv,- 9 1
lurmers to tlie fact that we nave eiectea i
nest warenonse in me oimw .
and are In position to handle satisfactorily an
kllllllKIlV! 1 Ul&IJ 1 11 JT VI wms hwwv
capacity for I
200,000 bushels of Wheat !
at one Ume.and Is located on the njarprn ofl be
Willamette River, and provided wlttia sidn tract
from the O. C. U. R., so that s hipmenis may
be made daily by rail, and as often by water aa
boat in ff facilities offer. We have two larjre i suc
tion fans, in addition to other fans, attachea
to the house, run by water power, and are
thus prepared to
O Xi 23
all the wheat received. Can take In and cletitl
10,000 bushels per dav. Cleaned wheat Is wort 1
much more in all foreign markets than foul
wheat, and none should be shipped wtthont
cleaning:. Ourchaiftes wlllbeflvecentsabnshel
on w heat, and four cents ou oats. , We have
SIXTY TEIOITS AND SACKS
to furnish those storing wheat 1tb us, free to
those whose wheat wo purchase, and at tlie
lowest casTi priee to those who sell their wheat
from our house to other buvera. Tersons Btor
inff with us are at lilertv lo sell to whom Tnwy.
please. Those who reside on the west side of
tho river will have ferriage free. Will be In
the market as buvers, and expect to be able to
nay the highest possible price. Havlnjr pre
pared ourselves to do a laiire business, we hope
for our share of the public patronage.
PARKER & nonRis.
' CHA9. B. MONT AO UK.
MONTAGUE & McCALLEY,
ARE NOW OPENING A M A GNIFI CE X T
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
selected with enre, and bought for coin at
Scandalously Low Figures I
and as we boupht low we can and will sell thein
at prices that will
Come aud see our selections of
KlbhoR, Collars, Collnrcf ten,
LaceH, Ac, A-o., -
for the lalles, and our complete lines of
of all descriptions br men and'fcoys. Also, full
Groceries, Crociery ani ; Glassware.
The lst sroo'ls.at the lowest rates every time.
t-fft'omi; and see.
Lebanon, Oregon, October SO, 1871.
Sew and Beautiful Furniture f
. I (eXSOOiI MAPEl p
Tlie Itletzler Cltnfr raw bide ' bstloau
15 e 1 cl i ii pr I t o o m !
nil in eood supply at W. I. Bel-linss shop on
First street east of Moci-.olia Mills. Call aud
examine ffoods ana pru'es.
May 14-3-.V7 , . W. D. BKLCINO.
STOVES I STOVES I
From this dale until further notice, I will sell a
CHOICE SI LECTIOS OF -
Stoves & Eanges !
PUMPS, HOSE, ETC. .
W. n. McFAELAND.
Albany, Pec. 10,1871-1 . . . ,
Ayer's- Hair Vigor,
For Kestorlos tirny Ilafr to it Natural
Vitality aad Colcr,
Sickness, care, dleap
polnt men t and
posit ion, all turn I ht
hnir pray, and either
of them incline tt to
shed pi eniatui-ely.
ayekV Hair vio.
or, by loni( and ex.
tensive use, has
nroven that it stopa
in-lailinkrol tlie hair
!mmedia'elv : olien '
when tn ie 1 or utray. It stimulates tho en-,
tritlve onrans to hcalty activity, and pre-,
serves both the hair and its beauty. - Thus,
brash y, weak or sickly hair becomes glossy,.
piianie ant sireni neneti ; iost natr retrrows
with lively expression: fnptnir hair is checked:
and stabilsbcd; thin hair thickens ; and laded
or array hair resume: beir original color. Its. .
operation is snreand li arm less. It cures dan
dniffi beats all humors, and keeps the scalp,
coolclcon and ofi under which conditions,'
Asa aresstnft for laiies' hair, Ibe vigor ts
praised for its pra'cfm and agreeable per
fume, and valued for tho soft last reand rich
ness ef tone it imixirts. -
P EPARETI BY - - '
Br. J. C. A Yl.n A O.. Lowell. JKaaa.,
Practicwl and Analytical ChemistH.
K9 Sold by all Druggists and Uculcrs In
Medicine.,.: ....... 8v7y
Ayer't Cherry v JPectoralV
For niseaae of tbe Throat nn Innn,
aiicb Vuahs, Colds. Mhosplnc
CoiiKh, Brouehttta Anthmaa auid '
' The few composi
tion?, which have won
tho confidence of man
kind and beoome
' household words,
among nOt only one
but many nations, :
must huvA tfk.-vtmnrrt ?
Tnnrv virtues. Perhana
nnone ever secured
f so wide a reputation
or ntatntAined It so.
lonn aa Atll't'
has been known to tho
mihlif, fVr ,hnnt fnvlv
years, by a Iouk continued scries of marvellous
cures, thai have won for it a confidence In ita
iriues, never etiunnea in? anv other medicine.
Ifntlll . wtk . Vin mn. ..V.,....ni
VouqK. Voids, O nsvmjjtimi, tliat can be made
by medical skill. IndeedtheCHERKYFWTORAI. '
has renliv iohh,.l iIima .1., - riiw.u.
llielr terrors, to a (treat extent, and given a
feellnsr of immunity from Ihelr fatal effect,
that is well founded. lr the remedy be taken in
season. Every family should have it in theti
closet for tho ready and ptotnpt relfet of ita
members. Sickness, sntrerintr, and even life ia
saved by this timely protection. The pruoent
should not neglect it, and the 'wise will nor.,
Keep It by you for tho protect ton It affords by
ita tluiely use in sudden attacks '
Dr. Jf. C. ATER He CO., Lowell. Maaa.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists. .,
Rr-fioH by all Druggists and pcelears In,
Medicine. , bv7y
iron o stt,
: . AT -
... r -aAr - , Sir