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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1875)
PCDLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, BY
COLL.- VAN CLEVE,
TV THE REGISTER BUILDING,
Corner Ferry and First Streets.
TERMS Hf ADVANCE.
One eopv, one year t2 50
One copy, six months 1 150
To clubs of twenty, each copy 2 00
Single copies Ten cents.
HulMcrilient outside of Linn county will he
charged 20 cents extra 2 70 for the year as
that is the amount of postage per annum
which we are required to pay on each paper
mailed by as.
OCTOBER 15. 1875.
Another Smash Ur. About 4 o'clock
Monday mooning, as our old trend High
Sinead, who lives about a mile south of this
city, was driving a pair of spirited horses,
hitched to a wagon loaded with cedar posts
on the bridge over tlie Calipoota, between
South and North Brownsville, the 1 torses
became frightened and backed tlie wagon
In such a manner tliat the rack and posts
slipped off, at tlie same time precipitating
Mr Sinead some ten or fifteen feet down
tlie bank, where the entire load tell on him.
lie was picked up and carried to the resi
lience of W. C. Bairtl, and Dr. Crawford
called in. Altliotigti pretty badly bruised
and "sb.uk up," High was found to.liave
sustained no serious, internal injuries, and
at last accounts was getting along finely.
Tlie horses were caught eventually, after
ttiey liad made a pretty bad wreck of the
Iscexwakt. Tuesday morning alout a
quarter to two o'clock, the flits bell sounded
the alarm of fire, ami soon the cry of fire !
fire! caiac from- all quarters of the
city, men, women and children with tlielr
clothes about half adjusted, made tlielr way
towards tlie scene of conflagration, which
was in the lower portion of the city, in an
oM building that liad been used as a scliool
house, but at tlie present time liad not been
occupied for about three weeks, and has
not liad a particle of fire about tlie prem
ises for some montlis past, tlierefore, it is
in all probability tlie work of some scoun
drel tliat either had a spite at tlie owner of
the building or was done for pure diabolic
al meanucss. Tlie firemen were promptly
on haud, out owing to tlie fire being uiider
EUvb headway before the alarm was given,
and distance tbey had to travel, the build
ing tra? almost consumed before they ar
rived. The building belonged to Dr. Hill
and was valued at $800- 0 lutirance.
Eitsaway. Yesterday afternoon as Mr.
Harks was about crossing the railroad,
track just east of the city, in a two-horse
iiack, the train for Portland came along.
Tlie. team, a 6ji.ni of grays, took fright,
whirled and started off on tlie Lebanon
road at full speed. Mr. SI. liad just got out,
handing tlie lines to another tarty in the
iiack, tike two being the solo occupants.
. As soon as tlie horses started the gentle
man in the iiack jumped out, leaving the
team to wander at tlteir own sweet will.
The hack was torn to kindling wood.
Arm Broken Brownsville, although.
not tlie largest town on tlie Pacific Coast,
is full of energy and enterprise. When life
becomes tlie least bit monotonous, some of
tlie enthusiastic denizens get up a horse
race, a shooting scrape, or something to
stir up tlie bile and make things hot tor a
season. Yesterday was one of tlie big days
tor accidents, and we chronicle two run
aways and grand smashups tlie fist being
THgh Smcad's team, tlie otlier being a team
driven by young Tom Philpot. The first
we give an account of elsewhere; in tlie
. case of tin latter, Philpot was tin-own out
with great violence rcsu'.ting in breaking
one of his anus, and otherwise making him
resemble a walking hospital. We are sor
ry for Tom, lait must say we are obliged lor
the item. Every man muts do his part iu
this world toward entertaining his fellow
Good 'XrtF. Our fellow townsman,
Wm. Cannon, has secured the contract for
carrying the express between this city and
tlie depot. Mr. Sol I.lng, of Corvallis, lias
lteretofore liad the contract. This Is tlie
business that was to be changed that we
made mention of in yesterday morning's
Call. Some of our readers mistook our
' meaning In the matter, and tliought tliat
there was to be a etiange In the agent at
this place. We make this statement for the
benefit of the agent, Mr. Wyatt, a gentle
man in whom Wells, Faigo & Co., and the
whole community, liave the utmost confi
- A Moving Story. Tlie good people of
Gospel ridge were talking of moving their
meeting house to a more agreeable locality.
Among the advocates of the movement
none were more earnest than one whom
we shall call good old-Deacon A , who,
by the way. had an uncontrolable habit of
sleeping in church. No matter how inter
esting tlie discourse, tlie old deacon was
sure to drop off about such a time. On
the Sabbath preceding the day appointed
for moving the house, the postor preached
an interesting sermon on "The Rock of
Ages." Growing eloquent in his remarks,
the minister finally added with great em
phasis, "Who can move it ?" ' The deacon
having been asleep as usual, woke op just
in time to catch the query, aud thinking
the pastor referred to the meeting bouse,
rose op in his Beat and exclaimed, "I'll
bring-over ray yoke ameers, and they will
jerk it along the whole distance, if yon
will keep plenty of hard wood rolling un
der It." The deacon never slept in meet-
' ing alter that.
. Will Settle. Our old fellow towns
man, B. Kohn, who, after traveling all over
the United States and de Faderlaiid'Mias
returned to Albany and concluded to go in
to business again la this city. He leaves
to-day for San Francisco for the purpose of
laying in a full stock of gent's fancy, ana
furnishing goods, and will open out in one
of the store rooms hi Froman's new brick
abbot the first of November. He . says
Oregon is a great country, and that Albany
is goou enougn ior nun.
There were 1.024 entries at the Fair
Ground last Monday evening at o o'clock
OREUOX STATE FAIR.
Salem, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1875.
At an early hour this morning the sua
shone out beautiful and everybody appeared
anxious to get to the Fair Grounds, at
which point all was bustle and confusion.
Taking a stroll through tlie
We discovered that a large number of new
articles liad been entered for premiums. In
fact the whole thing appears to be a perfect
jam In that department. Iu tlie art depart
ment we noticed a beautiful ornamental
painting by Miss Alice Scott, said to be the
handsomest thing of the kind ever seen on
Tlie number of campers tliat liad arrived
last night exceeded anything of the kind
ever known within the history of the Ore
gon State Fair. Up to 10 o'clock they
were still pouring in, and all the outside
precincts were to hear from.
THE SISTERS FAIK.
One ol tlie prominent and worthy features
of the ground Is tlie Sisters' Fair. A large
number of tlie articles to be sold are the
liandi work of tlie Sisters and their pupils,
which aro to be disposed of by rattles.
Among the articles to be rattled are a lady's
gold watch, an excellent piano and a beau
tiful sola, all having been donated by trends
of the school. The postofllce department
is under the management of .Miss Mollle
Smith, tlie accomplished daughter of mine
host of the Clicmekcta.
AT THE TRACK,
Monday afternoon, an exciting race took
place, which Is said to have been tlie most
hotly contested of any tliat lias ever occur
red ou the grounds. Tlie horses entered
were Capt. Jack, by G. G. Glenn; Yakima. J
by J. F. Bybee; Alpha, by Win. Thorn p
kliL. The horses secured an excellent
"send off"," Alpha taking the lead ami keep
ing it to the half mile pole, where she was
passed by Yakima, who canio home in
I. -50.'. with Captain Jack second. Tlie
second heat was a very exciting one, Alpha
taking the lead agaiu, but was soon over
hauled by Yakima, who held his position
until the home stretch was readied, when
he bid Alpha good-bye and came home in
1:51, winning the heat by a half length.
Yc learned from Mr. K. M. Waite. the
Secretary of the Society, yesterday, tliat tlie
total receipts were about 82,500 in excess
of any previous fair ou the evening of Mon
day. Tlie crowd is greater titan on any
previous occasion, and every sign gives to
ken tor a magnificent success of the fif
teenth Oregon State Fair.
But few accidents have happened as far"as
heard from, the principal one having taken
place In the city. A little boy named
Win. Moras while playing with a derren
ger, was accidentally shot, the ball iwissing
through his hand and into his body. A
Physician was summoned who dressed the
woui:d, but at last accounts the bullet had
not been extracted.
On tlie grounds and In the city everything
is execrdiugly quiet, but few drunken men
arc to be seen, and the Marshals ami l'o-
ice complain that "Othello's occupation is
Large Stock A. Carotliers & Co.
ave ordered, aud are
now receiving, an
inmciisc stock ot fresh goods in their line.
to which they call tlie attention of buyers,
feeling assured they can do as well by tiiem
in price and quality of goods as any other
drug house in the city. Their supplies of
choice cigars is specially complete and full,
among them a tew of the finest brands ever
brought to this city. Proof of the pudding
s in the eating or smoking.
Ready to be Replaced. Tlie ball and
vane tliat was blown off from the dome of
the Court House in this city several years
ago, Is now ready to be placed In Its proper
position again. It should liavc been placed
back again long before this time, and not
allow tlie Court House to look like a bob-
tailed pullet iu a liall storm.
A Nke Store. Mr. Myer Harris lias
secured the new brick now being erected
on First street by Dr. Tate, and will fill it
with a complete stock of gentlemen's furn
ishing goods, late and elegant styles, cigars
tobacco, etc. It will be just the place to
get nice goods, and Harris is just lhe boy
to keen such an establishment. It'll win
For Ocnoco. Mr Wm. Circle and his
son Viuce and their families start tins
morning for Ocboco. Tliey intend to spend
the winter in that section of country.
Cheap. One dollar and six bits is tlie
cost of a ticket from this city to tlie State
Fair Grounds, below Salem, and return.
Cheap at half tliat figure. .
Erysipelas. Ed. Carter carries a hand
some face. Erysipelas is what's the mat
ter. Mr. Maine is also troubled with the
same disease in the left eye.
Died. At tlie logging oamp across the
Calipoola, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Riz-r Burial service yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Running Full. Four passenger coaches
full of people, passed over the O. A C.
road northward at noon yesterday.
Sprained Ankle; John Circle sprained
hols right aukle in some manner at the .fire
Tuesday morning, -since when be has been
hardly able to get around.
Early. We Issue the Register some
what in advance of the regular day of pub
lication day, so that all hands may enjoy a
visit to the State Fair. "
Rumor has It that $10,000,000 is on Its
way to San Francisco from Europe, to be
used in purchasing grain. It is hoped that
some of it may find its way to Linn coonty
Extra Choice. Thoe cigars .at A.
EJat oT Premtls
Awi d at the Um j
CLASS 1 CATTLE,
J. G. Reed best bull 1 year old, 1st pre
mium ; best calf, 1st and ad ; cow 3 years,
old, 1st and 2d; cow 2 years old, 1st ami 2d;
heifer calf, 1st and ail. Ayreshlre Best
bull 3 years old, 1st and 2d; best bull 1 year
old, 1st; calf, 1st; best cow 3 years old, 1st;
cow 5 years old, 1st and 2d; best bull f
any breed, 1st ; cow of any breed, 1st.
CLASS 2 nORSES
Best mare 4 years old, 2d; suckling colt,
J. R. McClnre best stallion 2 year old,
Peter Riley best span draft hcrscs, 1st
S. G. Reed best stallion. 12 years old,
1st; do 5 years old, 1st; do 12 years old, 2d;
do 5 years old, 1st
Martin Tayne, liest mare 2 years old, 1st.
Clinton Cole bcit mare 3 year3 old, 1st;
do 4 years old, 1st premium.
Jas. Doves best stallion 1 year old, 1st
Win. Gird best mare 4 years old, 1st;
stallion 1 year old, 1st; maic 4 years old,
J. B. Titus best span carriage horses,
.?. Li. Harris carriage horses, 2d prem.
Wm. Gird gelding 4 year old, 1st pre
mium. Samuel Cooper geldlng-4 years old, 2d
class 6 SHEEP.
S. G. Reed best buck 2 years old. 1t;
buck lamb. 1st and 2d; ewe 2 yera old, 1st
and 2d; 1 year old 1st and 2d; lamb, 1st
and 2d: cots wold buck 1 year old, 1st; bock
lamb. 1st and 2d: ewe one year old, 1st
and 2d; ewe lamb, 1st ami 2d.
Thomas Froman best buck 1 year old,
1st; buck lamb. 1st; ewe 1 year old, 1st;
ewe 2 years old, 1st; lamb, 1st; 2 year old
2d; 1 year old 1st; lamb, 2d.
Robert Foster best buck 2 ycam old,
1st; 1 year old 1st ewe lamb 1st; ewe 1 year
old 1st; buck lamb, 1st; buck 1 year old 2d.
CLASS 1 SWISE
Reed best berk shire boar 2 years
old, 1st; litter of plg 1st; boar of any breed
1st: sow or anv breed. 1st ana zu.
J. R. McClure Foland China Imgs, 1st;
boar of anv breed 2d.
Frank Wheeler best pair chickens, 2d.
David L.uper best pair chickens, 1st.
CLASS 8 GRAYS AND VEGETABLES.
W. II. Adair best peck white beans, 1st;
f.j bushel potatoes, 2d; onions. 1st; beets
2d; carrots, parsnips, turnips, tomatoes.
cabbage, and best exhibit ot vegetables,
1st premium ou each.
Ji II. Foster best 5011 flour, 1st.
A. Pearcc best lbHshel potatoes 1st;
bushel corn. 1st.
"Li. II. Patterson best squashes, 2d
R. Romlne best brown-corn, 1st.
Johu Larklu best beets, 1st; squashes
W. D. Belding best 1 dozen brooms
Mrs. E. Wheeler best 41hs soap. 1st.
Mrs. J. F. Backensto best lOtbs butter,
Lj Roiniuc best 4Ils soap, 2d.
CLASS 10 nOME WORK.
Mrs. M A Hodges, lounge tidy, 1st.
Miss Flora Parker Zephry wreath, 1st ;
shell frame. 1st.
Mrs J F Backensto best white skirt.lst:
ladys cuffs, 1st; worsted quilt, 1st; comfort
Miss M Wheeler nightdress, 1st; white
t-kirt, ls; pair pillow cases 1st.
Miss A V lilain raised worsted, 1st;
advs white dress 1st.
Mrs I. E Blaln ladys white dress, 2d.
Miss Ada Maxfield erocliet work, 2d.
Miss S J Siinnson cniilt natch work 2d:
fiiiicv quilt, 1st; crochet work, 1st; do tidy,
Miss Xt-ttie White embroidered cliem-
isc. 2l; liamlkerelilef, transterreu. 1st
Mrs B W Cundiff embroidered handker
chief, 1st; wnite shirt, 1st ; toilet cushion.
1st; infant's skirt, 1st; embr d night dress,
Miss E Frum patchwork quilt, 1st.
Mrs N B Woodin crochet tidy, 1st.
Mrs Burkhart stool rug, 1st.
Mrs C II Mattoon homemade yarn.
white. 1st: embroidered skirt white, 1st.
Mrs A N Arnold white quilt, 1st: white
shirt, 1st ami 2d ; white shirt, 1st ; linen.
starched and Ironed, 1st; woolen socks isi
X I .... t - It XT.altsw,, r-ir rai-iwtr kK I
Mrs A N Arnold boy's suit, emb'd, 1st.
Minnie Monteith edging, tatting, 1st.
MrsB W Cundiff infant's skirt, 1st.
Mrs. J. F. Backensto rag carpet, 1st :
worsted flowers, raised. 2d.
Miss Alice Griffin infant's skirt, braid
Mrs W W Parrish braided pillow slips
2d; embroidered nlffht dress 1st ; do braid
ed, 1st; braided chemise, 1st; do drawers,
1st ; infant's embroidered skirt, 2d ; boys
Mrs N C Dagin embroidered pillow ca
ses 1st: chemise. 1st.
Mrs A C Clement pr buckskin gloves, 1
Miss A V Blain oil painting on canvas
1st and 2d.
G M Paul penmanship, 1st.
CLASS 12 FLOWERS AND PRESERVES.
J B Natter china lllly, 1st.
L G -Pfunder best variety of flowers In
pots 1st ; everlasting flowers 1st ; mixed
flowers. 2d. , j
Mrs E Wlteeler salt rising bread, 1st.
Mrs L. E Rlaln wax flowers m pot, 1st.
Mrs J F Backensto canned fruits six
teen kinds 1st ; preserves eighteen kinds
2d; jellies 18 kinds, 2d; plum marmalade,
1st: on i nee, 1st.
Mrs L E Blaln boquetof mixed flowers,
1st. ..'-. t
Mrs N B Woodin salt rising bread, 2d.
Minnie Monteith assortment ot cakes.
1st; jellies 1st; pickles, sweet and sour,two
first premiums. 1 :
Mrs A N Arnold canned fruits 2d; pre
serves, kinds 1st; socia twscuic i.
Mrs Jno Monteith soda buscuit, 2d.
CLASS 13 FRUITS AND WINES.
Mrs J F Backensto peach batter, 3d.
Henry Merrill 20 peaches, 1st.
1j Putnam 20 peaches. 2d.
Mrs C II Mattoon ckler vinegar, 2d ; 4
varieties amdes. 2d. !
Minnie Monteith plum butter, 1st ; to
mato butter. 1st. ' i
Mrs J F Backensto dried clierrics cur
rants, neaches plums, pears, blackberries
and srraiies. 1st hremium on each.
F A Burkhart 4 varieties apples 1st ;
ATiine wine. 1st: cider vinesrar, 1st.
Aklen Fruit Company best dried apples,
plums, tomatoes pears and exhibit of dried
fruits, iss premium on cacu.
CLASS 14 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT.
E J Buchanan gang plow, 2d; sulky do
z; tanning mm, ist. r
S Miller open hack, 2d; lumber wagon,
Frank Wood harrow, 1st ;. gang plow,
1st: sulky ao. lit. -
Brunk May best pr fine sewed boots,
ist: stosrv ooots isi.
Willert 4b Bush best buggy, 1st ; top
nacK, isi ana zu; open uacK, isc
W If Adair best sample peppers, 1st.
A E Mlllef 4b Co fanev candies 1st.
. Mtes A V Blalu moss landscape, 1st; ja
ra canfas tkly, 1st. - i '
Kettle White lady's drawers, 1st; child's
MrsB WCundlff -slipper case 1st; child's
dr. 1st. ., i
J M Metzler best baM" dozen chairs, 1st
rocking cliair, 1st.
Brutik & May best cork soled boots, 1st
iiiss a v main mo53 cotjuet( lot
Mm j v RncVensto raspberry butter.
strawberry and blackberry butter, 1st pre
mium each. 'J.; , .. - ,
Mrs E Wlieefer 8 im iresn uwier, isi.
Mrs Li K Blalu accasia tree, 1st.
T C Wlm best litter of pigs 2d; Essex
Mrs J F Backensto canary virus, is.
Ida Cannon parrot, 1st.
Mrs J F Backensto perforated band, 1st
Yocxa Hoodlums. There nre a num
ber of extremely rude boys, some of tliein
the sons of our best citizens, who congre
gate at the railroad depot about train time
each evening-and raise particular Ned with
evrybody In tlie vicinity, swearing, black
guarding, fighting, and iu fact, they arc
Into all kinds of mischief and meanness.
The leader of these lioodlums is probably
twelve or fourteen years of age and is said
to be tlie most accomplished and profane
Imodium in the State. Tlie presence of
ladies doesn't act as a check oii their ob
scenity, but seeiu3 to add to it. Complaint
lias been made, time and again, of tlie out
rages commited by these young scapegraces
but seemingly with no good effect. It
should be tlie duty of the Marshal to
jug every one of them the very next oppor
tunity, -and fine them to tlie full extent of
tlie law. A few lieavy fines may Induce
parents to look after tlielr children, and
learn wliere tliey are and how tliey conduct
tliemsclves during the evenings.
United Presbyterian Cnciscii. Rev.
S. G. Irvine, D. D-, Pastor. - Sabbath ser
vices at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath
School at 2,'.j r. M. Prayerraeethig every
Wednesday evenirg at 7 r. M. Young
Folks' Bible reading every Saturday even
ing at 7 P.M.
One hundred and twenty-six, we believe
took Tuesday mornings train from this city
for salem, besides a large number who
went down on tlie noon train.
Father Ketchuni, of Seattle, is In tlie city
apparently fn tlie enjoyment of first rate
Wheat quotations are 80c per biulicl, but
no one seems to have any coin to pay for it
at any price.
Hon. Jesse George, of Washington
Territory, dropped in a moment one day
this week, in splendid liealtli.
M. C. George, Esq , ot Portland, made
us a flying visit tltc first of tlie week,
leaving on Wednesday.
can manufacturing pay when
How can manufacturing nay when it
bikes ten mills to make one cent. That'
wliat's tlie matter.
Ou tlie 0th of this morth there was sent
and received from tlie telegraph office in
tliis city 80 messages; That's lightning
business, you bet.
Jump-up and run-away-nnd-then-sit
down again, Is the name of an Indian
chief who lias just taken tlie war-path.
Tlie average American youth say tliey
can't possibly wait any longer for tlie cir
cus to come here, and will go to Salem to
see tlie clowiu
Markied. October 13tli. at tlie residence
of the bride's parents by Rev. II. W. Strat-
ton. Mr. .lolm uaiiioru, or Iiaisey, ana aiiss
Rnlli El 'en Chambers, of Benton county.
October 13, in the U. P. -Church of this
city, by Rev. S. G. Irvine. IXD.. Mr. Owen
liowcn, or .jctierson, anu miss Manna r..
Crooks, of I Ann county.
Bully for Owen Bowen-Crooks.
And we're off on tlie morning train.
'Ivor for tlie Fair.
New F I km. Sum Miller 1ms bought the Wng-
on and Smitlirthoii heretofore occunled ly
Peters ft Sneidel. tosrether wUli the material
and an finished work, and tx Mow Drenared to
furnish anything in hifl line, ennaistinir of
Curriaues. biicsries. Lnniber Waironff. Hacks.
Ac. ana cenerai sintthinz neativ anu wun ois-
patch. I employ none but tbe best of mccliah-
K9S ana lnsnra raiimacuon. au worn wnr-
ranrea. 1 i ionic l can ruaKo 11 an oitjuci iot
von to buv of nic in Drice. stvle and dnrabllilv
of work. I use the best- of material, hickory
and rmlr. from tbe KjtHt prn HtateA. Call and
amine tor vourtieivea : all I want is a lair mm.
I luaVA llnd nvoil rMN nf nnwHflnrn on 1 h Is
const, ana wti n t lie icnowieajre tuna gnmea. nm
certain I can please yon. I guarantee to sell lor
casn as low as ran oe nouulll in imaciiy. n
lanre lot of lnmlmr wmrona. aide and end Sonne;
carriages and hacks on hand. Patronize home
mannntctory do not send your money off out
of the country. Aet tlie part of wise tnen, and
uuiiu up your own Biaie, ana you win pni-r
rOST OFFICE BFGIKTEB.
From Railroad (north and sooth) daily
at 11.10 p. m.
From Corvalll-S dally, at 1&A9 A. w.
From Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday,
Wednesday and Ft (day) at 10.90 A. X.
For Railroad (north and daily,
close prompt at 11.10A. M.
For Corvallis, dully, otl2JH P.M.
For Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday) at 2 r. M.
Office honrs from 7X A. m. 172 P. M.
- Sunday, from M M. to t P. u.
Money order office honrs from A. M. to
P. M. P. II SATMOND, P. M.
: Head i! - ricntl I
All nenoni ewtaf ELBIKS
BROS., LEBANON BSIIJLS, Will
pay an their Notes and Aceonnta
by the SOU or tbla month, after
wutea date all Bfotea and Ae
coanta unpaid will he placed In
the hands of an officer for col
lection. ; 3w3
Iebbnon, Or., Oct. I, 1ST9.
NOTICE to hereby riven, that by virtue" of a
writ nf.vM.nu. tmmlA tm.MT thA CountT
Court of the State of nreson.fbr the county of
Llnn.in favor of J. K. Cooper, and against V. K.
Hirer, uatea trie 15th day oi BefHemDw,
Hon upon, ana wiu, w
Friday, Vus Bth day of Koveber, U 5,
at the court house smf in said county, at the
hour of one o'clock in tbe afternoon of said day
offer for sale at nubile a not km, all tbe Mffhf ,
title, interest and estate of the said V. R. Fuller,
una to I He foliowinir deserioea rwu property,
situated in said county of Linn, to wit s Begin-
ing at a point la the middle ot tne county roan
laadtna: from awt Rome vmUev.
twwnty chains east of the east hne of the doDa-
wjmi jana ciarm of Robert Glass ana wire, ran
ninjr thence east three ehains and eightytone
llT.f -l11? Calwoi Creek, thence down the
, middle of the satderaek to a point north of the
I'raw n neoriBikiner wmuinnflsn eunns.-
Terms of sale Cash la hand, gold eoln, on
SherhV ef L4nn CeutAy,
PURITY ! ACCUI&1GY !
tMr ana vifaiU?.:.
DRUGS MB MEDICINES !
IBCSMM AsB HHOILDER BRACKS.
Fr alel7 3IMltel Vsr.
School Hooka, Stationery,
Cigfars and Tobacco
Prescriptions carefully filled. SlT?
D. S. STEVENS,
r MraCneSwrtaai Jeweler.
Shop in Plummet drno; stor.
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
HBsfaetares Stctn Eigiaes.
Flonr and Saw Mill Machln-
And all kinds of
BOX AXD BmASN 'AKT1X.
Pnrticular attention paid to repairing all
kind of machinery- 41 vS
VV. D. OELDiriG,
WHO MAXUFACTCRKD THE FIRST
good Broom ever made in Albany,
hn returned from California, and local ed
Mi-iiiunentlv in this city, where lie has
RWln couniicnccd-thc manufacture of all
Brooms, Brushes, Wisps,
Ac at his tectory on First street, at John
Mctxler's old stand, east of Magnolia Kills,
where he invites those wishing a first class
broom to call and secure it of him.
-V. I. BF.LDIXG.
Albany, Oct. IC, 18 Sv7
I. M. JOKER. J. LIS6KY II1LI.
PRYSIClAItS AND SURQKONX,
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
11 A N G E S .
COOK, PAULOU AND BOX,
S T O "V" ESI
Of the best patferiMc.
PER W JOUE. -
And the usual assortment of firtMn!rin
as to ue oomnni in a' iiu sioru.
ttepalrs rtcatry Md promptly cicciMed,-
n reasonauje icnns.
FROST STBB T, ATrfafST.
Pec. 5. 1886-1
Groceries 4 Provisions,
HAS JUST OPENED BIS NEW OROCF.R
establishment on eorner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with a fresh stock of
ttroeenea, rroistonB, utnaiea, cagars, To-
DMviw,vrwiiiuu im iuyiici toe attes
lion oi oar ctuaena.
.In connection with the store he will keen
mil supply m iresn preao, wnMra, se. ,
t3T Call and see me.
. JOHS scnaiEER.
February lS-34r . .
CapitaKPaii up u Goli)$800.C 3r .
Surplus Fend aaGail) 206,1U
mwmwwmm - -a;
; .u in.-vr.u. Ii4l , tl-.-m li- t..i,l
, PlilMIXI f -t-IUul. m,.n , M,,.,-.
.hi ittrihri.-i) Mnr.
nrvn x t; '
i,i!:.vi:ii!it, '. v.?
ItC POKST .'-oaria-TM k-vth.
.'4vrr..i!-l arr . r.IMif.H,..t
HI ft- . w-n-. "
r -r ij it ftsr a tt$ fka tvb-it
il Wl M.1. -I. ..I... i - ;( ,-,. 4... , .
reumfr-.n ai fi..-:u . rf t:, , ,,lire
0. H tOGAAT ft. T -Tl
JO.HEI CONNER-.--.- RtffiBEES PillNT
B A N K TNG
. - ! J A -
ALUS F, BEUO!li
DKroWTa RECEIVED SUBJECT. TO
check at sight.
Interpst allowed on tlmcdeposlts in coin.
Kachange on Portland, Sun Francisco,
mil new ion, ior sate at lowest rates.
Collection made and promptly remitted.
Refers to II. W. Corbett, Henry Falling,
V. H. Ladd.
Banking hours from S A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1831-MvS
M. V. BAUD WIN,
Attain y siaisl csiiiael ' IiSiw,
ILL PRACTICE IS ALL THE Court
in tbe Id, Sd and 4th Judicial IMs-
triets in the Hnpreme Court of Oregon,
ana in cite u . a. District ana circuit (. ouns.
-OFricB In Parrish brick, run stairs), in
ofBoe occupied by tbe late S. IL Cranor.
First street, Albany, Oregon. tolSv
CEO. R. HELM,
Attsnwjr aussl fssnht at tew,
-tii.t. rmrncr. in all the Court
TT Of-this State. Omcc In Foa'sbrtok
(upstairs) First street. , ., vi
n. B. KICK, M.
OFFICE Flirt street, lietwecn Ferry
and Washington. ResIdekcr Third
street, two blocks bulow or east of Metbo- I
mid Church. Albany. Oregon. . rSnU I
DR. CEO. W. RA1,
rvrncE ix parrish brick block.
V corner First and Ferry streets. Real.
denee Corner Fifth and Ferry streets. -i
itKm hmiN from 8 to 12 ofelock a. in., and
1 lo 5 o'clock D. m. , 18r4
THE BAT TEAM OT11L UTIJt,
AN l IS FLOURISHINO LIKE A OKEEM
bay tree. Tluvnkfnl for pas- fuvors,
.nt wlyhln. tn mm-lt. the continuance ot
the name, tbe BAY TEAM wiU always ba
ready, and easily found, to do any hauling
witnin inc cny iiums. m
CSTlt el I very sfUssds
A. St. AH3J.L..
Albany Book Store.
JXO. FOS1IAY, !
DEALER IN MlSCELLASEOt'SBOOKS,
Hcliool Books, Blank Books, SI atiou wy
f biicv n i iiuhw, .....
Book9 imimrted to order, at shortest po.
II. M. BOITCIITOX, HI . D.,
nBADl ATR OF THE rXITETOlTTr
member of Bellevleu Hpltal Medical Co.
lege, new itra. w r j..
A Jo.'s drug store, Albany, Oregon, j
w. c. tweedale :
DEALEB IM I
Giocerios, - . lro-visions,
Tsbares, t lipirii, TBHry -rcli-ry,Md
ALBANY, OREGON. -
Br-OoII and see hhm. 91rS
A. CAilOTUEllS & CO.,
rHian-Ai, aiu, PAism,
3EA9N, USPS, EKq
Alt the popular
FINK CTJTLKRY, C1GAH3; TOB-ACCO,
Particular care anrl promptness given
PhVsiclKns' preacrfiMKMi'sand FamUy Ree
llW. A. CAROTHERS CO.
Can be had at tbe following places :
Jtfnotlow Ctty............Snttb Brasfleld
Brownsville Kirk Hume
Malsey ........... M. Morgai
Scto.: J. J. Blown
Albany - Oral AColMi
A full supply can also bo obtained at ray
old shop ou First street, ARmny, Oregon.
s. Ja. aiarraadit.
A. W. UAnOLE, 51. D.,
l?hysioiaiA, Surgeon, etc.
OFFICE Oh First street, over Weed's
grocery store. RKnioicucu Opponit
late residenee of John C. Men den hail, near
the Foundry. Firsts y Albany. . ,
Piles X' Piiea
WHY -SAY THIS nAVi&BltSG AND
troublesome compJaiht oarmot h
cured, when ao many evidences of success
might be planed before yon every day
cures of supposed hopcloa casus . Your
physician Informs you that the kmger yoKl
. allow the eomnlalnt to exist, yon lessen
- your chances for relief. MSxperienem Aftk
amffu mii m mu eases,
A. t'srsthcra a r.n
are all they nre recommended to be. trill
cure tnmniR, niinu aim iiHwamff nre, in
.a very short time, and are enrnvsniet ss use.
This nrenarattnn is sent bv mail or ex
- pros to any point within the United Stole
"a'.U aTTA MOTHERS A CO..
7v5 Box S3, All "any, Oregon.
Tlie Eugene firemen are making ar
rangement for a grand ball at Lane'a
Itall on CbrUtmaa eve.
rpuE CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
. llEAPEaXs 4k HOWEB8.
nstotfi Wendere, (Wood' toprved.
('ssaUlanr iU Fs
(best raachines on the coast.
Ma rim d otir anehtaaal
rail, see. awl get prfo nd tefrm before buying
alaswhere. at my iacwnmn booth oorxw eeo-
Warranted to lVe SairsfAVHrl'oaV
Cab at tbe Drug: Stdrie' of
First street. AHiany, Oregon, and see Testimo
nials with regard to tbe
Sold bv trie.milion.onlT.' It Is nnt uorendT torn
use In cans of Jf , 1 and gallons ; slso o s gallon.
woooen pans anu narrcn. uui anu see iw - -
, ' : ;u.;tt
Lnrgve and Valuable Tract of
Farming Land for Sale?f ; '
TIITtKK TTtJXDRED ACRES of plow lind'.aoS
of which la rich bottom land. On tbenremV
ises are bur buildings, ltouse, barn, granary
sheds. etc4 also good bearing orchard of fruit
trees; too acres of the very best pasture Uusd S
5l acres of timber land, sen and maple, tba besk.
oi larrama; mnu wmm ctvareu. ji maevmf l i -u 'ffc -stream
of water ruma through the krnw 1'ner.
w aiao upswan quarry m unte-rocK on ma.
place, pronounced by experts A 1 rock. -Faun
hundred sores ere under fenee,. It Is one ef titev .
most aesiraoie ana eneapesft , nrma in xwugiasv
Albany, May 14, LW.
A.WHEEi.Eit. -, . . c,r. Hoora."
Fomrim! & Goimissiotf Imliatt,
A good assortment of nil kind of Goods uf
way in. store at lowest market rates. ; . . . s.
Agents for sale of Wagons grimta Drilla, Cider:
Mills Churns, Ac, Ac. . -- . : ,
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, PORK, BUT
TER, EGOS and POULTRY. ;
In the Circuit urt of tlie State'' of Oregorf
tor tbe county of Linn. t ...ii.
TliomiMUieiniiieM, puinun, vs. -wiua tiivum
unit ior oivorce. -.
To Martlui Clciumcns. the defendant above-
In tbe name of tbe State ox Oregon t ion an
hereby required to appear and answer the eom
nhini nf i h almre Mined ntalnthY in the abovex
entitled suit, now on file with the clerk of said1
court, within ten days after the date of tbe set f
vice of tulssummonsupon you ii serveu ui
county, Oregon, but ir served in any ouier
county within tlie State, then within twenty
days after I ne oaie or ine service i mm -mons
upon you, or if served by publication of
this numinous, then you are required toanswt r
tlie eomplatnt by tlie first day of the next regu
lar term ot saia conn, xo ue nuiwni vu uu
MonCay, tlie : Ih'tl
SStlt day ef Oeswber, S?ftV -
at Albany in said county and State; and yorf
are notiflod that Hyou fail to so aptiear and an
swer as above reuulred. for want of answer tie-
piaintirx win appiy to iimj ctuit hit
demanded In tbe complaint, which 1 a dlasoltl'
tton of tlie marriage contract existing between ;
you and tne nlalutir, ana ior me care ami -'-tod
v of the minor chlldrenVlbert M. Clemniena, r
Jclin A. Clcmmcna, frumuel J. Clommens, h.
Clemmens. Thoma Clemmens, Alfred Cleiu-
hwm and Awlniw. uienuucm, mumo m vn
complaint to tlie plaintiff. JOS. HANSON. '
Pnldialiml tnr nrAer of R. F. Botiham. Judeey
of said court, which order bears date Septembur
13111, im.l r
eepteiuoer li, laio-azvv wo
In tlie Circuit Court Of tbe State of Oregon for
tne county oi Linn. - .
Luther Elkins. nlalntiir. vs. E. C. Bnannenu.
Suit in ennlty to remove ciona oa utie to real ,
To E. spannons tne above namea oerenaontv
In tlie name of the State of Oreson : You ara-
hereby Summoned and required to he and ap"
pear tn the Clrenlt Court of the State or Oregon
ior the County of Linn, within- ten days from
the date of tbe service of this anmmondon yon, ,
If served on you within said Linn county, bnt
If nerved in anv other county in said- Slate of
Ortogon, their within twenty days from the oat
of such service, and If served bj publication,
then orr trie first dav of tbe neXC rlarafcar tern -
ef satd Court m and for saidi County, to-wltea
3tu tar rtkfcW, tuts.
and answer the eemplaMritr ot . tlie plaintiff
herein, on file against you with tbe Clerk vt ,
said Court, or tudmnent tar waht or nrtr-h s-n-r
swer will be fsken against you. Yew snre itw,
oy nottnea i nat it you rail to appearand answer
tne complaint oi tnpMpiaannn, nereMr,-as above' .
required, the pteintldT will rptj try the Court ,
for the reifef demanded In" the complaint, to
wlt, thwttbe eotrrt order' ad deeree thuttlw
said defendant make, execute, nckaowiedge ,
and deliver unto amid plalnti! n good andsiif--'
ficient deed of conveyance of all the rlftht, tlOef
and Interest of said defendant in And Jo the
I tract of ktnd known as the donation land elafoj '
of John Wtbel tlie same bebig notlfitton No. .
n2."anc?ciaim No. -ST.". as dMkrrlnml nn thA
rihtts and survey of the United State oa Otoe
lie Land Oftlce at Omgon City, Oregon, ami
situated In totf nshlp USB 111 West In aeotione
t, 4, 9 and 10, iri'Ltiin county, Oregon, and that
said Court further order and decree tbe legal
and equitable title of said hmd to be te plaio-
tta.and that the iplaintuTliaveJudgmemegaiena
sara aeienuani ior nn eosvs anu ainrarMKnw -of
this suit, and aoeh other and further relief aa .
shall seem Just to equity.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Published bv order of Hon. B. F. Bonham.
Judireof said Court, made at Chambers. .. t
id. 1H7J. .. ... 0W ,f
fahrBpeav WJWsT,Hfc iapeasl
"fcTRVrtf A WD ifrTER DlTE, USTIL FT. r
JP ternottoe; fwltlSron - , .-.-i '
rOnTSLAN5 to AIAEIAWT ; .
0$ I DO L LAB PES TCI
All down f rclxnt wfll be delivered at PYJIT- .
LAND or ASTORIA , . -ti
Free of DraYace and Vharfae,
at ueuucea icqxcs
Boats will leave ALBANY for CORVAIJJS Or'
For fttrthcr particulars, apply to , ;
nKACBt A KOarTEXTXf , ' .
Albany, Sov. Sd, "74-13 , . Aetn
PHOSPT Drllvcrr, At UyIrs
. ...,-., Itatea. --'-.-.
HAVTKabewgJrt out tbe rteMvwy bneines of
Mr. Lewis St ins son, I beg leave f o announce to'
the citizens and business men of Albany, that
' liave on the streets an express aud job nagusi
and will be happy to serve all who may kit ,
ase n eall. - - - -
All orders will i ranitii4K atlAnded to aA ;
reasonaoie mte. -Order
may be left at the Drag Store of Bell A
Tk' VIRGIL PARKER.
lying i saiies nu,wu-4uu.-sawraa. .
akland. For particular as to price, etc.
in thtoe..y,lo - - ,