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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1869)
SATUltDA Y,M ARC iTT,! 8C9
Sau Francinco Lel Toudcr rates....
New York Gold quotations .
CincriT CovtT Docket. Following is the
docket for the MjrIi tc-rut t;f ths Linn County
Circuit Court, which couvetes on Mo-day next :
State of Oregon vs (i rdon Cooper, indictment
for assault with int?nt to kill; continued from
last term. J. C. Powell for State ; N. II. Cranor
for defendant. ,,
St a to vs Leopoll La her, in lutmcnt for larce
ny ; continued. Powell prosecuting.
'' State vs John Ccs;rrve. C'.ir.mi;inont fir as
sault i'.h inteut to kill ; escaped from officer.
State vs George Lewis, indictment for perjury;
continued from last term ; not arrcsU-d. Powell
State vs Archibald U:i:ler, indictment for forge
ry ; not arrested. l'uwe'l pros-'cutin.
State vs Thos. Lilly, iudieiuieat ; nut arrested.
State vs A. J. H:tye.. indictment for perjury;
not arrested. Powell prost cutiug.
State vs L. Briwn, indii-tmnt for selling liq
uors without licensj; continued. Powell for
State; Chenowetb for defendant.
State vs L. Brown, fama as above.
State vs Moes Abraun, indictment for selling
liquor ;"Tc6gnisie;5 evntiuued. . Powell for
, State ; Cranor for deft.
Stato vs Mosos Abr.ims, sanio as above.
.State vs lie - l.'unsaktr, sauna as above.
State vs Joshua Sylvester, indictment for as
sault ; bond forfeited and warraut issued- Powell
f jt State.
Cascade Wagon Road. We pub
lish this morning an advertisement of the
rate of toll on the Willamette Valley
and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road.
Mr. Hacklecan and I party went aa far
out on the road, last week, aa Elk creek,
examining the road. ; and sowing grass
seed on each side of. the road through the
burnt district. It ia thought that wag
ons with fair loads would have no dif
ficulty in traversing the road now, and
would meet with very littla snow. Par
ties are at work on t' e road wherever it
has been effected by snows or rains of the
winter. The Company are bound to
keep the road in first rate condition for
the summer travel.
Seed Potatoes Mr. John A. Mil
lard of this city has a variety of seed po
tatoes, which he offers to the public at
very low figures, considering the cost to
him to get them here. Among the vari
eties offered we mention the Early Good
rich and the Prarie Seedling, the latter
variety, in our opinion, being the finest
potato grown; ilien he has the Early
Dykeiaan, Cuzco, Pink eyed Rustycoat,
Garnet, Chili, Prince Albert and the
New White P.a?h Blow, a'i excellent
TERRIBLE CALAMITY AT EUGENE
Three Children Burned to Death
A mother's i.ove Loses Her Own - lift
by attempting to Rescue her Children.
special to the register.
Ecoene, March 19. About four
o'cloek yesterday morning, the residence
of Mr. hsteventon was discovered to be on
fire. The basement was entirely wrap
ped in flames before discovered. The
family, Mr. and Mrs. Stcventon and four
children, were sleeping in the upper por
tion of the building. Wlien the alarm
was sriven, Mrs. Steventon remained to
save the children by throwing them from
the window. The oldest child leaped
from the window and was saved. The
heat was so great that Mrs. Stcventon
was unable to get the three small children
from their beds, but only ldft the house
when wholly blistered by the fire. The
three children perished in the flames.
Oiigin of the fire uuknowu.
Mrs. Steventon died at 8 o clock this
moruing, from the effects of the terrible
bums received hi attempting to save, her j
J - - !
OUB IV,vds. In Europe United j
States bonds have lately advanced from
BUILDERS, ATTENTION 1
S ASH, BLIXD AX I) LOOlt
FACTOR Y !
t,. SEXBEBS. M. STZRXBEItO.
8. n. ALTItOUSE.
N. WRIGHT. J. P. BACKEXSTO.
ALTHOISE & CO.,
LYOX STREET, (oM THE RIVER BAXK),
KEEP OX HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
aud are prepared to
IiTX-nisli to Order,
Crown, Panel, Band, and Section Mold,
of all sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES 1
and all other kinds of
varieties, tnc last mentioned be.ug a
1. I mm
Freeman, Smith t Co. rs A. Cohn; to recover I slow grower, taking the whole season to iO to o-, and this large advance is sim-
raoney; continued, loweu & fiinu lor pins;
Cranor for def t. J - - B-
J. H. Cozhill 4 Co. vs A. Cohn; continued.
E. F. Russell for pl'ffj ; Crauor for deft.
M. Eerkawtz vs A. t hn
mature full'. Mr. Millard has a good ply and wholly owing to the tact that the
stock of fruit trees, plants, strawberry, party now holding the reins of this Gov-
iued. Russtll j currant, gooseberry and grape-vines on crnmcnt are unitedly and firmly opposed
Are prepared to do MILL WORK ; furnish Sha
ker Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, ot any kind, at our factory on Lyon
street, (on the river bauk), next bo'.ow MarkhauTs
AIriIOUSE Ss CO.
Albany, February 20, 1S63-21
for pl'ff : Cranor for deft.
Jacob Underbill & C-. vs A. Cnhn ; continued.
R. S. Strahn for plSTs ; Cranor for deft.
Corbett i MeLcay vs A. Cdi.i. Strahn for
pl'fTs ; Cranor f--r deft.
R. A. Swain & Co. vs A. Cohn. continued.
Powell A Flinn for pl'fTs ,- Cranor for deft.
Cyrus Wcstluke vs A. Cohn ; continued. Rus
sell for pl"fF ; Cranor for deft.
S. Rttseobaum Co. vs a. Cohn ; continued.
Russell for pl'ffs ; Cranor lor lef t. ,
Walla! e Cuebman vs Robert Burns and W. D.
Smith : to recover monoy : continued. Chcno-
weth, Odeueal & Shups ju for pl'fl ; Russel for
E. H. Griffin vs Frel II. McKay ; to recover
money : continued. Puw.ll for ld'ff.
J. P. Ilojue. Executor vs J jhn Uurris et al. :
tn recover damazes : contiaued. Powell for
pl'ff ; Ruftgolt for dert.
Jas. McMahan vs Mahala Wilson, Executrix
to recover m iner. Russell for pl'n'; Cranor for
Lewis Ray vs Oeo. B. Thomas ; appeal from
Justice's Court. Cranor for pi 8. i
Win. M. Rutledo vs Smith A Jennings
Chenowetb for Dl'fF : Cranor for d-if t.
S. Lew & Bro. vs Jas. Keslins; arpc-al from
Co. Court. Cranor for pl'd" ; Powell & Fiiun for
Jas. P. Hu.-bjtjR. Farwe'.l ; appeal. Cranor Cyrus, Thomas Donahue, Milton Hale
lor px ii , runvu O- 1- hum lui v.
Cranor i lljhu vs Win. M. UalU-d.Te ; to
hand at his nursery, for sale. Address to repudiation ia any form. Had the
John A. Millard, Albany, Oregon.
List of Juitoits. The following per
sons have been drawn to act as jurors for
the next term of the Circuit Court for
this county : Philip Baltimore, Silas
Keeny, Pleasant Robinett, J. A. Craw
ford, P. V. Crawford, W. A. Johnson,
X. J. Kirkendall, X. S. Morgan. G. A.
Brid'iefarmcr, Enoch Miller, II. A.
MeKartney, Ximrod Price, Jackson
McMcekan. George II. Hughes, William
Alford, King Miller, Jeremiah Driggs,
Paul Clover, II. Swank, Thomas Clem-
Democratic candidate for the Presidency
succeeded, these bonds would, instead of
S2, been quoted at C5 cents, and the Cop
perhead papers would have heralded the
fact as another evidence of Republican
misrule. Won't some of these Copper
head concerns, who have been so terribly
exercised in " the past about the certain
and inevitable bankruptcy of the country,
just chronicle the above fact?
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Manufacturer and Dealer
in all kinds of
FURNITURE & CABINET WARE
Under the "States Rights Democrat', office,
ALU A. r.
P. W. SPINK.
P. W. SPINK & CO.,
(SITCESSORS TO M. W. MACK,)
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copperware,
fSi STOVES I . tesgst
First, between Washington & I'erry-sts.
SENDERS, STERUBEDQ 6 CO.
STAPLE DRY GOODS
First street, in J. C. Mosteitb'a Brick Boildisf
riVHK AHOVK NEW FIRM TAKIS LKA
JL UUK in informing tb citiztnt of Lbua
cuunty tUat tlicy Lave Just opanad a well Mlta4
FANCY DRY COODO I
soots and snors!
sad a full assortment of
General ITIcrcItandise I '
AVhich they will dispose of foe
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE!
FAIR LI VINO RAflft
AVe respectfully ask tLa pvblie t
EXAMIXE OCR STOCK AW
Before pun-basing elsewhere, and wo imrt all
that wo will give
Cutir SatSa&tctioii to Prompt Coatoar.
Douglas county, Ogn., publish a call for
a aieetiug on the 2Gth inst., for the pur-
mens, W. II. Vallandigham, Joel II us- V0SQ of making arrangements to celebrate
ton, B. W.Cooper, John J. Crabtree, the coming 4th of July in an appropriate
Chark-s 31ealey, Fletcher Crabtree, manner
11. G. Cusiek, James lilakcley, William
Direct from San Francisco, per l.-vst ocean steam
er, a new ttock of
Dry Goods and Groceries,
which will be jufTorcd at
PORTLAND PRIC IS!
EARLY. The citizens of Wilbur, with freight added. Come right along with your
: Cash and Produce 1
and get bargains while they arr going so cheap.
Iron and Steel, Wagon Seat Spring,
Thxmbie-Sliaxn Boxes, otc ,
can procure tliem at mv store, cheap.
We have a Branch House, long estahliahd,l
cover mo'.-ey. A. a. Humphry ur pin s.
Wm. Crawford vs W. W. Parrish & Co. j to re
cover moot v. Cranor fr pl'tf.
Cran-r i IK-'.iu vs Wm. MoCa'-listcr ; to re
cover money. X. B. Humphrey for pi us.
suits is EUC1TV.
Moca Kirkendall, et al. vs Matrhsw M. Bryson ;
pariition rf . real, estate. J. J. Whitney for pl'ff ;
Crauor for def t.
ii. E. Steward vs Thos. W. Steward ; divorca.
Cranor for pl'ff.
Adeline M. Hill vs R. T. Hill ; divorce. Cra
nor for pl'ff : Russell & Lassiler for deft.
Sueanna Banford vs James Banford ; divorce.
A. J. Thaver for ld'ff.
Thomas S. Summers vs Eliza Summers; di
vorce. Cranor for pl'ff.
S. M. Davidson vs Wm. MeCallister, et al
foreclosure of mortsrae. Cranor for pl'ff.
T. S. Summers aid Eliza Summ.-rs vs Philes-
ter Leo : suit of ejectment. Cranor for pi ffs-
Stato vs Wm. Al. Rutled-re : Foreclosure of
mnrtfra?o. Powell for Dl'fF.
Jas. M. Churchill, Administrator vs W. W.
Parrish, J. C. Mendeohall et al. ; foreclosure of
mortfraze. Cranor for pi ff.
Thos. Morgan, guardian vs Jacob Kecs, executor.
E. N. White vs Jas. M. Balch ct al. ; Cranor
1 W. XichoUon rs W. J. Robertson. Odeneal
Valuable Personal Property.
James Sherrill, Executor ot the estate of
D. 31. Bond, deceased, will sell at public
auction, on Thursday, March 25th, a
large lot of young cattle, cows, brood
mares, hogs, colts, mule, lot f bacon,
oats, two-horse wagon, harrow, plows,
and other taiming implements, together stealing a Henry rifle, was sentenced to
with a Comet Stallion, four years old, two years in the penitentiary; George
Ilibler, for horse stealing, sentenced for
Drowned. The lloseburg Ensign
says that a young man named Nebemiah
Brown was drowned in the TJ mpqua river
a short distance above Gardner City, on
the 3d inst. He was in a boat t which
capsized. lie leaves a wile to mourn
f rom C5AI.EM. lhe Omomst says:
Robt. Campbell, who plead guilty to
sixteen hands hiah. and in splendid
condition. This stallion took the first
premium at the Linn County Fair last
season. The sale will be held on the
premises of the late deceased, six miles
north of Harrisburg, in this county.
five years in the same institution.
White Pine Weather Shooting.
On the 20th of last month the ther
mometer indicated fifteen degrees below
zero. A stage driver was frozen stiff in
Appointed. The notice with the hla sle:2v wcn Hlamilton and Treas-
aoove capaon in me democrat or this ure Cit and wa3 brou-ht home in that
morning, ossuea on tnaay), in relation conditioa bv hi, team. A shootini
to the appointment of Dr. D. B. Ptice, of scrape occurred thereon the 22d, in
UUUC113UU. vfcuva I , . . . . . mm I -
it Simpson for pl'ff: Thayer, Burnett & Stohn xiuiraawsuip m iu ihbu.- wbich eleven persons took part. Two
for deft. ... . I cal dcDartment of the Willamette Uni- I o..D nA ,nn
J. H, Welsher vs W M. Garlingboase. Jonn r"'"1" wev. u vn " wn-
Burnett for dert. versity, is premature, ana unaumorizea i -a two others were killed and two
i . . i
Fatat. Accident. A son of Dave by that gentleman-. wounded about the same time, at Argen-
I TCrtrTrt Tin a ! t -t T VI 8tMAnMt 1 X".- 1 T.1 t. I
Baldwin, Esq., living in Scio, aged - --. . w.--., . x-iioe, cnecnui country, tnai, :
abont lf veara. while driving a team at- " puru..aSUu a-uaii mwuuu iarui a Nebtral Yolo countv CCal.
taehd to a wa-on loaded with lumber, i;"Ie distance from this eity, and we , . t . produced a "neutral calf."
O i 1 1 3 a -I. I
on Friday, March 12th, was thrown from suppose win soon diu aaieu to me cares the anermiIe being ncither male or fe-
I will pa for
Eccs 18 cents per dozen;
Oats 40 cents per bushel ;
Bacos Sides 10 cents per pound ;
Hahis 1112 cents per pound.
I will pay the above prices for ten days, to com
mence with tins chite. It. Cllc.ALLri.
February 17, 1369-24
Bought at Portland Prices !
Ilavine made arrangements with parties in
San Francisco, I will be able to pay Portland
prices, the coming season, for all kinds of Preduce,
only deducting freight from tbis point to foruantl,
which is only S5 per ton. Unrig along your fro-
duce. and I will buy it and pay you in cash or
trade. R.. CHEADLE.
February 20, 18G0-24m3 ;
Flax Seed! Flax Seed!
ixtin chance :
I HE undcrsiencd having purchased the stock
formerly owned by M. W.- Mack, and having
made large additions thereto, now tiffcr to the
public the fullest and completcst assortment of
first-class goods in our line, yet on ere a in tuis
market, consisting of
PARLOR, BOS, ZZAX.Z.,
... and ...
of the following patterns :
fcc. Stc, &t.,
from the best manufactories, which they are offer
ing at lowest rates.
Also, a large etocK oi
f i-encli Sfiuerpans. LaJtes & Skimmers, where we keep a large and well selected stock of
Iron, Enameled and IS r ass Kettles,
Iron Tea-kettles and Ovens,
Iron and Lead Pipe,
Force & Lift Pumps,
and a full assortment of
COWAN'S PITCHER PUMPS!
We will continue to keep on hand a large stock
NO. 1 TIN WARE !
which we will dispose of to dealers at the lowest !
We are better prepared than ever to do all
kinds of -
in a neat and workmanlike manner.at short notice.
Persons from the country will find it to their
advantage to give ns a call, as oar facilities for
manufacturing enable us to give a liberal discount.
Termt Cath, or marketable Product.
P. W. SPINK A CO.
Xov. 28. '68-12
GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
Albany, Nov. 14, 1SCS-10
the wagon on to his head, breaking his
neck and producing almost instant death.
JThe horses had become unmanagable,
and were going at full speed when the ac
ScnooL Meeting. The annual meet
ing of District No. 5, will be held at the
'school-house, on Monday, April 5th, at
1 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elect
ing two school directors cms to fill va-
and turmoils of city life, and retire to the maje
peaceful shades and quiet ot a country
Rain. The clouds commenced sob
bing on Wednesday evening, and on
Thursday the rain fell in torrents pretty
much all dav. The rain was much
Lotal Officers to be Ketained.-
Commissioner Delano says that he will
not remove loyal officers in his depart
ment, who have performed their duties
in a faithful and efficient manner.
PERSOXS wishing to engage in the cultiva
tion of FLAX the coming season, upon ap
plication at tne ouiee oi ueaca a. luomeuu, Al
bany. Oregon, will be tarnished with the best
variety of flax seed, on advantageous and easy
Messrs. Beach & Montcith will contract with
parties for all the seed raised by them next season.
February G, 1S69-22
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING HER
numerous patrons that she has on hand, and
is in regular receipt ot tne
Latest and Choicest Styles of Goods
C. IYIEALEY & CO.,
DEALERS IN & MANUFACTURERS OP
CABINET WARE !
Corner First and Broad Albin streets,
JfJS- PARTICULAR ATTESTIOS PAIP TO E3
ORDERS OF AU KINDS
in our line.
October 31, 1863-8
BLACKSMITH INC I
PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS
STOVES. COOK, PARLOR & BOX,
' of the best patterns t '
L j. ' ' ALSO.
Tin, Sheet iron and
and the usual assortment of Famishing Goods u
be obtained in a
JBf- fitpair neatly and promptly exeeuttd, "mXt,
$3fo rcatonablc tcrof.
"Short reckonings, make long friends.
Front street .......................... Aloony
Next door to Mansfield A Go
SELLING AT COOT I
Awfcl olow. V e know oi a man
so awfut slow that his shadow goes to Miller and Frank
cancjr,"snd the other for the full term sleep ol ten 1 while he is attempting to J- Attorney for California.
ana one ciers, ana to levy a tax lor re- cross tne street,
pairing 6chool-house and fence.
Rumor. It is rumored that Gen.
Dent will be appointed Collector of the
port of San Francisco, in place of Gen.
M.'Pixley District Dress and Cloak makingr
REHEBER, sLADIES !
If you purchase
TEN DOXXARS' WORTH
of Fall Millinery you will bo entitled to the
for the year 1869, as a premium on the purchase !
rSIIE undersigned gives notice to the general
1 public, that be is now manufacturing the
Galesburg Patent Plow !
and any other style of plow that may be ordered.
.Also, particular attention paid to
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
give notice to the publio in general .
that they will sell their
WEIL SELECTED HTOCK 1
Horse Shoeing, IVaeon
Iron and Steel. Our enterprising
and liberal mercantile friend, R
' Cheaile, Esq., has received a large in
voise of iron and steel, thus adding an
other branch to hia already large bust
ness. He proposes to sell cheaper than
the articles have' ever Deen offered in
this, market. ! He is also in receipt of a
Successful Operation. Rev. Wil-
QuiT.-r-Our efficient and clever tele- Ham H. Melbourne, the noted blind
graph : operator, Mr. Wm. Rice, has J preacher, has had an operation perform-
'thrown up the sponge, on account of I cd on his eyes, which promises entire
ill health, and will take a vacation. I success.
in all branches.
Bleaching: and Pressing:
in the latest and best manner.
Hope he may "strike it rich':
wherever I TlrsTBiiPTivR o PnnniMV.-. A move
ment in Congress to enfranchise women
in the Territories, on the ground that it
would result in the destruction of poliga-
my, is on foot.
Promoted, Commodore L. M. Pow
ell has been made a Rear Admiral on the
Fine Dwelling. J. B. Sprensrer,
Esq., offers for sale his residence on cor-
fine article of syrup, sugars, and a full n Washington and Second Streets, as
apply of dry goods. See new advertise- be intends going into business in "lurrm'
ment in to-aay s paper. I parts. it is a une, commoaious, wen
,, ' " , 7 a- v I built and convenient residence, bran new: retired list
Removed. The telegraph office has . ,a ornnnAa nnnnnA ' it fieJ ratirea
been removed to the Democrat office. w;th fruit trees and shrubberv. outhouses. aho Newport (.Khode- Island; iVeic.
w. understand that one of the proprie-1 stable, etc., and ean be obtained on fav- j says that there is a iamily in that town
tors of the Democrat, M. V. Brown, Esq., orabie terms. in whieh the father is seventeen years
is hereafter to act in the capacity of ope- Personal One of our best mill- of aSe tne mtDCr 8,xteen ana tQ0 J
rator. How's tbis !
wrights, J. 8. Waldrip, Esq., last week
three weeks old.
lxrd JMarier nas recently made a
13i.nT. itq TK nA. .OT-n. was called to Monroe to put in some new
. ' t " maehinerv in the flourincr mill at that present of exceeding rarity
nviaiJ spproacnmg eompieuoo. - .... . . . Grant. It is an Arabic Bible, taken
w,wm do a neat atructure, when com- from the library of King Theodore, Xf
pietea, and wm add to the looks of that Smalt, Pox. This disease is said to Abyssinia, after the fall of Magdala, and
portion of our eity. I be spreading in Sacramento. . I after the suicide of I neodore.
Goods Cheap and Patience Inexhaustible
Corner Main and Broad Albin streets,
I ALBANY, OREGON.
November 7, 1868-9
TAKE NOTICE !
rpjHE UNDERSIGNED LIVING IN NORTH
Brownsville, nave lor sale or rent a
with all that pertains to a Gallery of ordinary sixe.
This is good location for a gallery, there be.
ing no other Gallery within fifteen miles of this
place. The Gallery is in good running order.
jfM Terms of sale or rent eay!
Apply by letter or in person to
ROWLAND A LINDER.
Brownsville, February 1, 1869-3m22.
and General Jobbing.
All work entrusted to me will receive prompt'
, attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with good material. A snare of publie
patronage is solicited.
Shop on corner i.uswortn ana becona streets,
opposite Pie-ee' Ferry. F. WOOD.
Albany, November Zl, l0-ll
NOTICE. All persons receiving their mail
at the Post office at Lebanon, are hereby
notified tnat tne otnee will be kept open an nonr
after the arrival of the mail on Sundays, after
which it will be closed for the day,- The office
will not be open until the mail arrives.
S. 11. UL.AUU11TON, P. M.
January 9, 1869-1 8ml
raRjviia. - - TURNING.
CLOT HI NGl-i
..,v i .
AND -i .
GENERAL HERCUADISS !
from and after this dt
HOUSE AHP FOUR LOTS!
IN this eity, a good new dwelling wtta 11 tie
necessary outbuildings, and four lots, about
twenty minutes walk from the steamboat landing.
For particulars inquire at the office of the P.
T, Company, of J. B. MONTBITH. '
-Albany, January 30, 18(59-21
I AW rBEPARBO TO DO
All KINDS OF TURNING t
I kerp on hand and make to order
fgf Shop near ths "Magnolia Mills.'
- .. - JOHN M. METZZ.XR :
Alhany, Nov. 38, IRftS-I? ..-'U
Those desiring to make purchase will do wall te,
Oa.ll Immediately t
as we desire to close oti
Our Entire Stockr
on ths abov terms.
OR MERCHANTABLE PRODTJCB t
All persons knowing themselves Indebted io tte
undersigned, are requested to come forward wita-.
out delay, sad settle their tadMsdneej,
are determined to eloee our mercantile Msjasss.
'4B-w. w. pabWshTco,
Albany, Nor. 38r Wc-M ; r ' : - -