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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1876)
Hecaiise Motogi, the editor of the
sharps uews-pa.-)-, 'ai!"a Slmibuti,
wrote that the swor.l t.t tlie five could
only Icstrny tl.c iron cast'e oJ an ') es
hive jitveriniieiit, hv lasbui condemn
i' to itnprisotiincii. fur two years anil a
lialf, a i-.cw editor is wanted.
Worn, a hire Matistical refsirt we jet
a gratifying oxiiiUit of thirty-nine rail
roatl for the first quarter ot 187C. 'I'lie
"ariiinTs of tJ'C r.'.a.ls n-ixirtetl are $22.
.9.4S.5.0, a-ainst V2Q, 3S0, 482 lor the
t-a:ue lime last vtar.
The potato bug already figures in a
law-Mi it iu .New Jersey, whore a wo
' luan t-l.arsres l-.er neiztibor with throw,
ing a lot of rliein over her fence, and
.er fowls. It will be in order,
however, fur com cil for the prosecution
to establish the identity of iho potato
hugs eaten with those that were thrown
er the fence.
"Hie ford across the Sooth Umpqua
at Iio.buri ha washed out during the
winter so that it will I impontbie to
tie it Ur that purpose any more.
Ordinance Xn. 01.
An Ordinance for the grailing and grav
eling of Fifth street.
lie it nnlaim-tl ry the Common Council
of the city ot Albany ; Th:ir rlni owner or
owner ofsmy property on Fifth street. Ie
twii CaiipooU street and Baker street. "e
r-f mred to gnitle antl gravel said strect.the
ri nding to lie clone according to tin csfcib-lt-lieil
grade adopted by the ciR. and the
gravel to be good, clear river gravel, four
im lies thick urnl twenty feet wide in the
tvnrier of said street, the same to be coin-
Is! on or before the firs-t day ofyentein-
1'juaed the Council June 19th. 1S78.
X. B. 1IUMPHUKY.
A. Baker, Mayor.
Onlintnce Xo. 62.
An ordinance for the grading and grav
eling of Fourth street.
lie it ordained ly the Common Council
of the city of Albany : That the owner or
owners of any proerty on fcVurth street,
between Walnut street and ttakcrstreet.be
required to grade and gravel said street. the
grading to be ilone siecon'ing to the estab
lished grade adopted by the city, and the
gravel to be goKl, clean river gravel, fcajr
incites thick and twenty feet wide in center
f said street, the same to be completed on
r before the rirt day of September. 1870.
Fashed the Council June lrh. 1S76.
II. A. Bakek. Mayoiv
Ordinance No. C3.
Be it ordained by the Common Conned
of the eity of Albany : That section 29 ot
Ordinance No. a, be amended so as to read
a-t follow :
Hotels, inns and tavern shall be classi
fied and rated according to the monthly
rental of the house and property intended
' to be occupied for said purpose, as follows,
All cases where the rent or valuation of
- flie monthly rental of said boose and prop,
ci ty shall lie 20 or les. the occapaut shall
pay a license ot $2 50 per quarter; in all
cases where t ha rent or valuation of the
monthly rental shall l more than twenty
and less than titty dollars, the occupant
fhall pay a quarterly license of $5; in ail
eases where the rent or valuation of the
monthly rental shall be more thau fifty and
less than one hundred-dollars, he oecipaiit
IeiH pjiy a quarterly licea of $10; in all
ases where the inouthly . rental or valua
tion of the month! v rental shall exceed one
k hundred dollars the occupant, in addition
-f -to the license,hereiidt'ori prescribe!, shall
' pay S'J 60 for each additional $20 monthly
xeot or valuation of monthly rent. Every
place where food or lodging is provided for
i and furnished to travelers or sojourner, in
viuw tf tuiv-itieiit rheivfor. shall ha reirard-
fd as an betel, inn or tavern, underfills or
dinance. Iared the Council Jtm 19th. 1S7S.
N. C. HUM PiXRTCY.
SI. A. Baker. Mayor,
The Evil Fruits f Weak Digestion. .
There i uo pathological fact moreclearly
r ascertained than that the most formidable
t phase of ttervotf disease are directly
1 traceable to imperfect digestion. Insoin
: uia. with its train of direful consequences,
i proceed too re frequently from weakness of
the stontach ttian from any other cause.
Mere sedatives are powerless to cure ner
voiMneffi. aitd soon ceae to palliate Its
- symptoms. (The true way to strengthen
-the nervom system is to invigorate the di
. gestive . atid assimilative organs;.' upon
whose unobstructed actiou srs pqmlthritfm
absolutely depetnlent. The daily use ot
r: Liostetter's'Htomach Bitters will do more
brace ami soothe the weakened and irri
tated nerves, ami induce sound, refreshing
sleep tisfure's grand cat hoi icon than all
-.-diss so-called nervines to be found in the
pharmacopoeia or out of ft. A wineglass
iii ol the Bitters should be taken before
each meal. june
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A IVevr and Jjargc Invoice
J E W E L Tl Y ,
And will Kelt at tne Followingr l'rlres :
Coin silver, 2 nr.. P. S Carrltstt Waltbain
Waeli, til CO: each a.Iilitional oonee $3 SO.
Kiirht-Uay S3eili Thomas Clucks from 00 to
13 00. ...
And all other soads In proportion.
The only house aliuve Portland that keeps
Ooods Sold, Engraved Free of Clinrjre,
BY MB. EVKRKT.
Practical watch-maker and Jeweler, late of Cal
ifornia Watch Co., and the only engraver in
AGENTS FOR THE
SIN&EIl SEWIXG MAC III3E.
A !?ooi1 assor'incnt of Sowing Machine Xee
dies auU attachments.
J. I. MCFAltl.AKD. WM. MOKGAS.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY V.
9Tex.t Door to Wells, Fargro & Co"4 Express
Ofliec, Albnvy, Oregon.
WE ARK PRKPAEED TO FURNISH EMI
eruius ami othereoocl lar?nins In farms
an t small hoineteat in l.imt and adjoining
t-oantic. Farms in valoe and size to suit pur
chasers. Alxo, city property, both improveJ and un
ininroved. Kent in farms and city property, and collec
tions of aii-kinns. promptly attended to.
Unr facilities tor adveriisins will enable ns
to do more for our natrons than any other
Atrftncy in t tw. State in onr line.
We also, nay special attent ion to the employ
ment and lunar exchange Oepartoenu
Albany, May 12a.
jr. ii. nuRSiURT,
Seal Estate and CosTeianciiis Agent,
ALB&HT, J t I UBEGOS.
COBKSB riBST ASD BBOAOAIiBIN STBEZTS.
FARMS of all ii!e. improvad and unimprov
ed, in this and Adjacent counties, suitable
lor f rain raisin;;, also timbered land and stock
ranches for sale on easy terms.
Also for sale a nnmner of dwelling booses
and vacant lots iivt his city.
Parties desiring to either sell or purchase
shontd call and learn terms and prices tiel'ore
purchasing elsewhere. ' ' 32vS
WATCe3IiSER & JEWELER,
TV I'wvnt Flrat and. Ferry KtsM
pjiS AtBAIMY, OHECM9.
f. Watches. Clocks, Silver and Plated
Ware, and Jewelry of every description and of
tne oesteuaautactories,on nana tormueat lair
rates. . - .. - .. , .
C3f leaning and ' rapairing Timepieces a
JSs Jewelry, etc., re paired and cleaned on
short notice at livnK rates.
(SSsTGtve me a cnll.acd see for-yocrsclf.igi
Starch 3, lt76-24va .
D. C. NELSON,
TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY to inform the
pnblicaonerally that having nought ont
M. S. KePew in tht tin and Wnv business, h
will continue the nm at the old' stand, where
vtu oe iounu a goou awonuieni tn
Stoves & .Ranges,
Pomps, Pipes, CastlroH, Brats
and Enameled Kcrtles.
Tin, fttieettron, tint van is ed Iron m- d
always on hand.
Iloasc Spoatlng, XlooSng,,
and all kinls of Joh work anil repnirinir done on
short, notice. feaCTGive hioi a call before pur
cbaaing elaeibere. 31v8
TO YOUR INTERESTS.
IWILL MARK TI1H IXCOM1NG REASON,
from April 5th to July lull, wilu
PKIDE OF PERCHE,
one of the stallions brought ont from the East
the past winter.
Will be at the stable of BEAK A DAVinsOX,
Salem, on NulJrM a. xu., Fridays p. n.
At Atbaay '.uesdays p. m.. Wednesdays,
and ' uarMlaj K n. at. ot each week during ibe
season, at the stable of . H. MARSHALL.
WHITE PRINCE is In KOoUeomluion.and is
aenera'ly known as having proven liimseil a
No. 1 stock horsa.
PRIDE OF PKRCIIE came ont lrom France
to Ohio in 1874. an-i mude the season of in
Wiseunstn. Ho isadark dapple !fi-ay, well form
ed, fi?ie style, koo1 disposition, with a graceful,
free. .sy net ion that I have neverseen equaled
in any horse of his sir. ; will weigh, in good
condition, l.goo pounds.
It lias long been my ambition to be able to
anpply the horse breeders of Oregon with. a
breed of lnire horses and concentrated repro
ducinp oowers.emanat ing from purity of blood,
from which could In! bred when, crossed n)ion
the common tuarvsof the country, a uniform
class of horseS'-voniixiet, symmetrical iu torm,
conple-i with style, action and aramina. To
supply the above want, after a careful exam in
ai ion of the various lnnre bree-ls known, i se
lected the Pereheron family. The oldcsteelts
from White Prince are n. w coming 4 vearsold.
with tlio younger ones, show, f hat tlae above
fact ha been aeeo"plished, as they are all uni
form in general make-up, and show the stock
probably in a greater degree than Hie produce
of any other horse in the Stare, whether bred
from the full-blood. herh-rnde Percheronood
Anieru-an or the Indian pony mares, all show
the peculiarities of t he Peruheron race.
In ofl'erir g the ser ices ot the above horses to
the brewleisot (hinn, it. is not nn untried
taatter. but a demonstrated fact of their value.
Rsit lsl) yea-s since their intixxluclion into
Ohio, and la years into illinois. and wherever
introduced thev are giving t he lumt of satisfac
tion. The one-Ionrth and one-haif Moods bring
morethan double the price of the good common
stock of the eountrv. and the breeders of this
stock are unable to supply the demand tor
There is now, and win be for some time to
come, a demnnd fur the colts at good prices for
88 the season, or four mares for SIOO in IT.
R. KOhl coin, except Vhi:e Prince fillies they
will be bred by special agreement.
. ,, - w- ('
Asnland. Or., March 31, 1876-28 .
Tk Arlxuua and New Mealeo Express
EW FAST LINE
now running first clnss coaches from terminus
Southern Pacifle Ratlivmd through to Prescott,
Tucson, and nil intermediate points, readiest he
newly discovered . 5 '. -
Rich Mining District,
of Arizona, by the Shortest, Cheapest and Best
tRKIGIIT SHIPMENTS received, by Wells,
Fariso ft Co., San Francisco.
TICKETS for sale at all principal ticket offices
iu San Francisco.
UEXRlf WKLE3, (of W. F. Co. snd Amer
ican Kxnresst.io.), President.
J. G. ROLAND, No. lOOColiforniastreet.San
Francisco). Vice Presidont.-
f IAS. II. W1X, Uenrrsl uut.,
S3ta3 Tucson, Arizona.
OTK.'E Is hereby given that L. E. Ttlatn has
biten by the Countv Court of Linn count v.
Oregon, appointed the executor of the lust will
and testament of Margaret Biain, deceased,and
all persons having claims against said deceased
or her estate, are hereby notified to presentthe
SHine. duly verifled, to the undersigned, at the
ottlee of Powell & I'llnn, in Albany. Oregon,
within six months trout the date hereof.
----- 1. E- RLAIN,
Albany, Or., May 19, 70. Exeeutor.
a day at home. Agents wanted. OnMit
Jctcrmsfree. TRUE 4CO August a,Me.
POST OFFICE RISKI ER.
MAILS ABJUVEi ' . . -Froiv
Railroad (north and sonth) daily
at 11.10 p. si.
Krotn Corvallis, dairy, at in.3f a. m.
Kioia Lebanon, tri-weckly, (Monday,
Wednesday and El 'day! at 10.0 A. si.
' mails oki-aut:
For Rallvoad moith ami daily,
close prompt at 11. lea. M
For Corvallis, daily, a' 12.50 P. M.
i Kor Lebanon, tri-weekly, (Monday, Wed
nesday and Fridayi at S c, Jl.
,' OilU-e hours from 7 a. m. to 7j P. St.
f Sundav. from 12 sc. to '2 v. at.
Money order oflice hoers from A. X. to
.. - o 11 iv it kr
: p. .
P. H iAVMOSl), P. M.
x " ; : HOW
TO ful AKE R.IONEY !
rOtTI.D AXNOUXCE to tbe public that ho
tV is carrying on a . '
Wagon and Carriage Shop,
at the old stand known as the Peters Ppeidel
shons, where he has on hsnd the finest ot of
end and side spring,. ; , . ;
Two & TBircc Scaled Carriages
ever manufactured ia tbe State. If you don't
CAEX AS SEE ViK TOIIKEEVSS.
I esc nothing but Enetern Timber, and
Wanvnt all Woric
to give satisfaction, while my prices arc most
Yon do not Icaow how your wife and f.milv
vould appreciate a riiie in a well-made land
me and stylish hack. Purchase one oi aui
Miller's haudsotue new carriages, and voit will
pay less doctor's bills, and give your family re
creation lor which they will rupav you a thous
and times with their happy smiles;
Call at my shops, corner of Kerry and Second
streets. Altiany, Oregon.
Apr li. Itwti SAM MIIXEB.
CHA4 B. MONTA6UE.
M0XTAGLE & McCALLI.Y,
ARE VOW OPEKIXG'A jiaukiik ekt
FALL OD A1IXTER GOG IS !
selected with care, and bonght for coir, at
Scandalously Ldw Figure
and as we bought low we en and will sell them
at prices that will
Come and ses our selections of
IKibbons, Collars, CoIIap itex,
JLaceM, &e., Ac, ,
for the ladies, and our complete Hne. of
Readymade Clcthin r
' ' : ' Hs iltry,
of oil descriptions for men and hoys. Ali, full
Groceries; Crocfcer? Glasciare.
, The l-.st good vat the lowest rates evei time
t1- :oiue and see.
? Lebanon. Oregon. October 30, lf7.
Just Issaed. SOOtb Edition.
Revised and corrected hy the author, E. ie F.
CurUs, M. J., Ac, Ac
A Jferticat Essay on the cause and enr ) of pre
mature decline in man, showing bow t slth is
lost, and regained. If gives a clear svr rsisof
the impediments to mnrr'asre, tbe treat nsntof
ner-. 011s and -physical debllit x, eshanst"! vital
ity, and all other diseases ap;iertaing 'cj-eto;
the resnlts of twenty years successful j.i.-t ice.
Opinions ot the Press.
CURTIS ON "MAX H KP."There Is r o mem
ber of society by whom this booK wil! :i-t be
found nsefnl, whether ho lie parent, p t nptoi
orcteRn tnan.-IwirfMi rim".
be read by the yonng for Instruction, t i3 bv
the afflicted for iHef; it will injure na e.-Al-icnl
Time arvt Gazette.
Price- One Dollar, bv mall or expr sf . Ad
dress the author. DIt. CURTL,5208utM t -tree!
or P. O. Box 337, San Francisco, t'al.
. 48v7m3 .
Bath Hons? &JJarbcr SI pp.
THE UNDERSIGHED WOTJLT RE3. tCT
fully thank tlie citizens of Alhnn at 1 vt
clnlty for tbe li'ieral patronage liestovr ?J on
him for the past seven years, and hopes f -r th
future a continuation of their favors. X irtbt
accommodation of transient customer , J
frieads in the upper-part of town, he t.-v open
ed a neat, little shoo next door to Tav;o 3ro
Saloon, where a good workman will a'. ivsbi
tl attendanno to wall npon patrons.
LV-C.H.137L JOE WE3 1 it
THE BEST 11 TBE
is in. cXe
Warranted to give Satisfaettoa.
Call at the Drug Store of
BELH, & PAKKER
First street, Albany, Oregon, and see Testimo
nials wiin ix'aru iu tue
Sold by tbe gallon only. It is pn t up ready fo
use in cans of , 1 and 5 gallons ; hIso in 6 gallon
wooden pails and barrels. Call and see it.
A y t rs Cherry
Pectoral,, j v.
For Disease or tbe Throat and longk,
sucu s Obiutlts, 'olls. hoopluic
Cough, Ilrunrfcltls Asthmas and
omuimpu n. ,
a ne rew com por
tions, which have won
the confidence of man -kind
among not only our
bnt many natlont..
must have extraordi
nary irtuos. . . Perhaps
noons ever secured
so wide a - reputation,
or maintained it st
ong as ATEJV
UlKltV 1'KOnilML. . 1 j
has lK;en known to the
nubile for Ahnnt frri 1
years, hy a ion n: Inned series of marveUou.
cur-s, that have won lor it. a confidence in it
irtues, never equalled by anv other mcdiclr.. .
Its! ill makes the most eu'ectual cures .
Cough, Win. Comvmption, that tan be made
hy medical skill. Indeed t he Cll tuny Pectokax.
has really robbed these dangerous diseases c f
their terrors, to a great extent, and given n
feeling of Immunity from iheir latal effect
that ts well foiwided. ir the remedy be taken in
season. Every family shonld have it in theii
closet for the ready and piompt relief of It;
members. Sickness, suffering, and even life i-
saved by this timely protection. The pruilen
should not neglect it, and the wise will no, .
Keep it. by you for the pmtectioait afiords b
its timely use in sudden attacks.
Dr. 3. :. AYKii A- o., l4well, Mass.,
Irnot leal and Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all Druggists and Deal ears in
Medicine. 8v7y -
PARKER & MORRISr
ITew Elevatoi I
JS HOW READY FOR TIIK RECFE'riOJS
of wheat and oats. Wc call the attenv. of
larmers to tbe fact that we have erected thefi-
nest warehouse in the State At a large expense,
and are in position to handle sattslaotorily sr.
immense Quantity of grain. Oar house has a
200,000 feuslicls of Wheat
at one time, and is located on the margin of the
Willamette River, anl provided wtiha side track
from the O. A C. Jt- so that shipments may
be made daily by mil, and as often by water as
boatinirfacilities offer. We have two large suc
tion tans, in addition to other fans, attached
to tbe house, run by water power, and are
thus prepared to
o"Xj 23 L ,
all tbe wheat received. Cnn take in and clean
10,000 bushels per day. Cleaned wheat is worth
much more in all foreign markets than foot
wheat, and none-should he shipped without
cleaning. Ourchnrges will ben vecentsa bushel
on wheat, and four cents on oats. We have
SIXTY TIIOrSAttO SACKS
to fnrnlsb those storing wheat with us, free to
those whose wheat we purchase, and at tin
lowest cash price to those who sell their whenr
from our bouse to othor buyers. Persons stor
ing with ns are at liberty to sell to wltem tUcv.
please. Those who reside on the west, side-01
tho river will have ferriage free. Witt tie in
the market as buyers, and expect to bo able te
pay -the highest possible price. Having pre
pared ourselves to da a large business, we hope
for our share of the public patronage.
PARKER & BIORKIS.
For Oalo 2
A Large Body or Ricli Land for
Sale Ctieap. :
OQfk ACRES OF LAND. IK LINN COUNTY :
70 t SIM acres in cnltivat ion ever v acre sus
ceptible of cultivation well wateritd. Has u
good house v barn, and outhouses thereon all
under fence, and lying within 9 miles of a rail
road station. All good g-assorgrain land. Tb
entire tract will be sold cheap. Inquire of
8. A. JOHNS,
Aug 1074-48V7 Albany, Oregon.
' - WOTICE.
'ran eo-partnershtn heretofore existing be
X tween E. 8. Merrill and L. M. Pntman, was
by mutual consent dissolved, March lotb, 187fi,
E. S. Merrill having sold his interest to Jesse
Merrill. Tbe Arm will now be known as Put
man ft Co., who will continue business at the
old stand. The accounts of the old firm wilt '
be settled by Mr. Put man, and all those indebt
ed to Merrill A Put man are earnestly requested
to call and settle without delay.
K. 8. MERRILL,
Albany. April 21, 1876w4b31.
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