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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1872)
IS78. THIRD TOM'ME. 173.
KXCELAIOH OCR MOTTO.
n: enoPKiKToit OK Till! daily
eid Wh Kl.l 111 I.I.ITIN.gni'ilic Iwdh
sltccc III ready achieved, Is doU'rlllilusI
n'l further Improve I lin I'liiR'r.Hiul has
'ifil for tiic ensiling year
1111. A. J. DUFIR
to U"lit! up im
UUCill S .11 ALL, LM.,
iii write upon the
OL. J. ft. 1A
!n linVC control of tlir
Hill lie EITO IX CHIEF.
r!ii' Local and Xewi
the control il
Columns will lai under
' in i In' llMir(MiilKirwu will commence
tin' publication nt a
Sl'IXMUJ) SKIRT, i:T5TI.I J)
mi autobiography of the celebrated Moiin
mincer, Trapper, FiiiiiHfi'smiin nntl lUv
g:tr. who recently recovered property in
Pni'i liiiid.iircroii, valued in three ipuirWa
ni a million LtoJJum,
jlll N j T visir.
i ii" per jtu.
( illli- Hi llvi',
.Mill IvS AND I i.S AliK
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
JOHN BRIG GS,
B A lY (iES.
COOK, PAHLOH AM) 150X,
S T O A' E s :
of i tic host imlit'nis.
ALSO t TIM. MIEirr IRAS AMI '!
Ati'l Hip nml mwortmcnt of fnrni-liinv
.'mills to lie ohhllncj In a tin store.
llepnirn neatly and promptly executed,
nn reusonahlf lernis.
Hlturt reekonliiKs make loti lilni.K,
KKOXT STREET, ALBANY.
TLlillEI-I.-S Kolt liKNTS'
I's Kllrnisllin'rl looils
itall ilf sirlptions. He has also a law
Iih k ol Ikiys'l'lothliiK, Hats, Shirts, etc.,
which lie Is selling very low. 4.1-1
T. FOR LIKE It,
MnmiDtcturer of and dealer in
II AI6S:A Ki)SI.I
A Uood Article for a Fair Price.
rnrllciilnr attention paid to ItKl'AIM.Nd.
Shedd. Anxust ll-WmS
BI.AXK DKKDS, UOliTAiAOES, ETC..
on hand kit vat atylea and for ale
low. at thia olllec.
OKI )C Kit IKS.
A. . LAYTOM,
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
WZAL STRirK TO KKKPTHK BEST
, o gmh in My Ihv, unl fit at Uv Iff-
Hiking ralft. Vatt ami tn-me. lei
TO TEIE t UTlJ lts
LINN & BENTON COUNTIES.
''Hi; 1 V!3 1iS;t l U'OI 'Ml RE-
vitmi'iTh-i't h;it tiicv I mv Pu
tin 'ly r"nin'lrli"liinit rvnnviitcit tlu-ir lUntf.
ctmniHulIoitH urn. -nvtuutijil
tlm' tluv Imivh nmgthwH un-l nMct to i
tin -:imt. tTcrtr 1 iit'w work ontln hi.f
they now how two , n I I'lcuiUM'H. will)
t:trt' KIcMiliiicoiirtlr't': hive hilt In new
fSnilcr uint K'l-'tni', iiti.l mv now m-ptirtM.
to take in nntl ImnUU' ,
Wlioat db Outfit
crv rtinl'Uy nwl cnnvpntnnly.
Itttvtnu il'ton-laof N'omvn fllPttltlfHt In !
l'oi '!;nrl. i nr'if-; rV-lr ttltf to -on- rnMr.
w ith U ui''(l have no fnir- Mint our wair
ntv hrrr will w nvifliift'te,i.
Wn would u! fun the nttontlnii of tin-
fanner- !o tw. Qi.lt that our facilities for
hImpIiu to n Koivi'in Mnrket aw vmt
cm hi an I Mint l hey ill llii'l it to t liefr ,
a Ivimtiittte to mil nt ntir nfltefl for flirt tier ;
information u to our fori lit f(s and ternin ;
C. It. COMSTIK'K it CO.,
W. s. SKWBI'try, Agent.
IKORGE TCItREI. KERPS A LARGE
I si nek nt
toMoltllMMiiarkot. IMvnnl'l ho to thln
loivdl of tivoryljoily to kIvu liliu an ''iiriv
Oregon Wooden Ware ManTg. Go.,
Bl'CKETS, TIBS, I 'AILS
Works ol Ori'irnn I'll) , Oi t'iroii.
'Pill: )lt!il mihii:. WAIIK
1 MtttiufiK'tnrhiK (VmiiKiiiy, Imylnii n
I'cntiy ioniili'ti'i tliolr WorkH at Orotfon
City villi tlin must ttiipnivinl niiii'liiiu'ry ,
i'i;iliiiu in:r tin1 ih'hxmI mlh'nis mid lulcsl
imti'inti, Impnrttvl nt i?rwtiiwi fnim Miis
siii'lmsrtts. tin. KsTAI'.l.lsllMK.NT. in nil
it- iiiMilniim'iits, iil coiuiuru fiivomlil
u lth any oihi'i' in the Tnili'd stnri's.
Tin' ('(iiniHiny ni'i' prt'imri'il in UN nil nr.
uVrsfiirl'KOAIt. .MA4H-.K ami AMI UfCK
KT8. Tl llji, IITTTKH KIHKINH.KAI.MOX
KJTX, WASIIIIHAIilis, Miiittlr HitblililH,
lironm-lmiulle, .Vi-.. Ac.
liu:lh'tiiat'iitti!iitloii Is inlli' i to oar ASH
I'All.snn i MCTTISU Mlljaxs milirtiile
till' snH Tiiir ti nny lii'li'lofori' in miirki't,
us i-nusin no niipliitsnnt tiisp. (,r stmll to
(i'iihh our siitM-rinr t'ucililii's vn nil- m
nhli' I in supply tin' fm le nil thi' iiitxl ml-
V llllllll'lllls ti'l'lns, nmt by prnnipt lltll'tl-
liun Hnil exevllwul tr(irkiiuuniliii will iiieilt
siii'ci'ss in our lini. i
DhiIcin mi' ri'iiuestoil tn I'XHiiilito our i
Hiii'cs Ixiforn ptltviuuilliK ulwn'lli'ro.
kiw Ailtli'i'ssiiii ('nninitinlcnlions to
J. O. HH.KH, Ati ,il,
I'nrtlanil, Oivjton. )
NOTICE. Any llurkets 01' Tttlm iiiiino-j
fiti'tnrvil liy ns. M'liiHiiliinotKivi'i'oinplviv !
sntisliiftioii. if nituriKUli will Ik' ivplnml
liy m-w onus, without ulmrvo fur frclntht.
Jo-Mill J. I), lllLKM, Aguut, ,
?HU III1ESS HOODS (il.OVKS. THIM
iiiiii's, llosirrv. fir., otn Tiirn ll's,
First striTt. 4;H
PKOI'I.E KI I!NISHIXllMHH;i.ll CAI.t
I nn I sir TniTfll's law stiH'k of ( nr
pt'tK, Oll-eloth, Blinds, Itnjfs, etc., wliiili
lit' Is soiling very chfiiii. 4:1-4
to TO Tl ltl!KI.I KOI! HAIillWA UK,
A Ulllllis. l.illlllH-hillllU'VS
llii' loo Is tonit yon.
A. 15. MORRIS,
HAVIXli LEASEIi II. CHEAM.E'S
WARE II O USE
at font of llronikilhin street, nn the hank ,
of the Wllluniutte river, I mil prcrcil lo '
III V, SKI,!., SMIKi: OR CORWAHII !
WHEAT or OATS,
in ii ii H in it i-il iimntltics.
The lllirbMl Market Price Paid In
t'ONh for M lieiit ami Oats.
Parties whiting to stoii'llinin.ian make j
Itrrailgumutltn to gel all Die sacks needed. J
(Jniiii igori'd and forwarded at lowest I
A share of patronatfv I wild ted.
A. II. UOUIU8.
Allmny, July 17-4v4
GKOKliK TIJKHKLL PATS TUE Hlliil
esl price for all kinds of Cofflitry Pro
dnce. ' Hememlicr tho addresg, Tnrrell's,
finit street. 43-4
PER CENT SAVED
an cm in- lieu stm'fc.n! the
-Mi ll AS-
(iiina Mulin Irox i!ool,
MART STKTART NTRIPIW,
'A O H II PI.AIIMS,
TAMIS ( I.O I II,
! UXAVT ASD i H MIPIO
and liu-jte Mlock of
Oil. l 1 111, A
llouac FurnlalilnKOooiU, ,
ALL OF WHICH IS OFFEIIFD
P R I O 3 S.
rinMM., adjoining rwt Office
from Crooked River.
JfMTIHX ItAM'II.KnooKKnIIIVBll, I
Anuusi .1, 1H7J. i
Mksshn. EiitTons I) iir Sin: Von will
pkaaegtve this corn'Sniiideiiiii a place In
yonreoliiiiins. On the nljrlrl of the jsth of
June, the Piute In, linns oommetteed liv
steullniia Imrse at the Wann HnrillSIl, l'i
miles snnihwest of Ceuip Barney, on Hie
niuhtol the llth of July thev took one
Irom Mr. RcnlK'ii Khrcr, t n!,'., r Ilenvi-r
Valley. On the uinht of the l.lih ot.lnh
two wore taken from Mr. Lather Elklns, n't
Lower Ikavcr Vallev, and on Ihcnlrlitof
the llth, live were takey from A. Hacklis
man. at Jonellon Hnncli.ni Hie links of
Crooked river. A ft era short eonanltatloii,
we conclnde 1 loin II for nil from I he mili
tary stntinned 11: Cnninllaini'v. Wonuilc
lll oOr disHiieiii's. null stni'led ml Tne
ilay, the hull, in 1 tic evening, fur Cnnip
Harney, ut which p'te-e 1 arrive I at IJ.l'i
on the lSlh of .Inly. Found Hie PostConi
inander, Unjor Trlmlilc, iltwent in soarch
ol'a desert er, will had descried, iiirrvimr
olf some money iHdnnaln Ion fedow sol
dier The MiijiH' returned early in the
! eveillntt, and reeeived me very kindly. He
: forwarded my dispatches Hatuo eveni'ity 10
: Camp Warner, totlioJJlsiriel Cotnmander,
lien. WVnden. Major Triiuhle asked hip
, what nttltther of men we needed, ami 1
to.d him sewn oreiuht. tie sunt Saiwnnt
Lansls'ivnnd al.n privates, with Mr. Flunk
Mrllenn HCthlKttl uuide In the exnodltioh.
, l'ft Camp Iliirni'v on lira inornlturofthe
liOth of July for the Bntloh, lo lake the
trail of 1 he Indians: arrived at Hie Ranch
on the nioinlnifof tho a I i started on the
tiull same evenhiK followed it south
some ciislit miles, and cm unci for the
nixht on west Innnch of Camp eris'k.
Started 1 arly on the niornlni; of thcailh.
I trailed thirty mill's over a lirokcniounirv.
w itli a itmu ahundnnceol roeks andjnni.
Wr) saw alnr::e lode of eonper-Mraring
ipiartji diifinif the day's march : nlsontlne
Imndofnntotopei mm)ieil forthe nlht in
a deep nivlnc in the lxerl Moniiiiilns.
After supper, 1 woul scouHiiirtogol com se
of trail: found il liearlni: soutln nst from
eanip. On the morntnit oftheiith were
011 trail early; as we followed it duiinx
the morn Imsii bore more easterly, nassinn
at uhoiit H o'clock the Hi-st cnim'i minle hv
llic Indians since simiinir the liorsesfroiii
onrnimdi. At this cuitmilhey had killed
and ilrled some iiiiuiniain sliei n for food.
At iko'elock passed 1 1 1- Monntiiin Riiriinra,
on Hie Yreka and Can von City road. Alter
linvliiB the Mountain Sprlllirs, the coun
try was very hai'ruil ; duriiur the dav trav
eled alsiut thirty-live miles, and lumped
for the nlaht at the i.lass Unties, on head
of the South Fork of Crooked river, a' a !
small spring on the norih side of the
inoiintnins. The count rvn round 1 he liuiti -is
thickly si rev 11 wlt'i iiaHveulassoleven
color. Mr. Mcllinn went similln. and I
wcni htuillfl. Mcliean iieovoivil the
trail Ix'iirlni! more to the sontllward, mid
therrallof ElkltiH'horsos hitorttoctimitlie
one we wen' lollnwlnit. Which enlivened I
our lump sjreatly. I killed a larffe, fill
inick. which We carried Into camp, on the
'-nth. siarlMl on null a few minutes after
1 sunrise: mrectlon In tlic tniu nin smith
! cast, In linrraxh's creek -distance Hfleen
nines. 1 Here tiic lndinnshail nimpcd lor
tin- til-rhl. In a eove. We followed their
trail up the narrow, im-kv delile, thi-ouih
which the trull makes lis way from the
nionn ainstn the desert. Lost Hie trail:
found ltaiain, offer a dilinen; search, fol
lowlns w hat seemed to is' an old einlvrtint
roiKl leading northeast in the direction of
Hartley Vaney, through a low tmssin the
mountains, t the east side of Wagon Tire
mountains. Here WPsuwasqnnw and two
In, linn children digging iiiiuus. Thev hid
in Hie grass, Inn we minted them up.' She
said that she was Wcvaw's aquaw, and
tluit Flutes, with American horses wen'
i gone to Camp Warner. She wa.4 evidently
I much alarmed, mid wanted In send one rif
Hi children off with a message of some
I kind. We put Hicin under strict gluiil,
i Willi orders 10 keep Ihcin there until we
1 scoiiied the country In search of Hie In
1 dlana with the stolen horses, Fonnil their
trail to Is'iir southward, toward Camp
1 Warner. Saw some more snuaws, w ho
! wen' much alarined : released the squaw,
; trawled sontli a few miles, and eticamts'd
for the ni'.dit at a large spring hratich,
east ofHicW'ic.'onTlt'c mountains-- distance
traveled. Ihlrty-tlve miles, sow, ill Dnr
ragh cnx'k, plenty of rattle tracks, w hich
we supposed Hie Indians had stolon, on
the Hilt, starlet early In Hie morning,
trail lending south, and very hard to fol
low; lost twice, lint fonnd'tt again soon.
Admit nine o'clock found another rump
made hy the I'liitcs, uta Secluded spring
in the center of ni'histcr of hnttes, At this
cnnip they had killed sonieuntelnnc, roast
ed crickets, had a feast and dunce, and
their niun'iers seemed lo have increased
rapidly. From 1 his rami they traveled
Strath, onn coming usui n hiiitahiialniui
or divide, ennuuetime Ihose Initios with
the Juniper Mouninlns south of hen.,
Followisl the trail to the north side of the
JiinllH-r Mountains, to n large sprlnv,
w hen' they had made another cnnip. We
aim cntiipott nt this spring ills'unoo trav
eled thtrty-tlvc miles. 1 smmed, nftcr
supiier, anil found iha Hie trail led to the
southward, over a spur of the JuiiliN-r
Mounliiins. At 11 spring on ihcsoiith side,
louiid iinotherciimp made hy the I'lu'es,
at which they had killed antelope. We
found shis's ni thesi' mnips. which thev
had pulled oil' the horse; to make the trail
dll1lfult 10 follow.
Al unth thec camps wen' the hones of ;
antelope, retnain of masted crickets, mid ;
evidences of dancing, showing thai tlic-c
lonlsof the ttosert were enjoying them- .
wives. OnHieJHth, tmveleu south, over I
another series of elevated table Ian Is, mn. 1
iiirtlng the Jnnl'sT Mountains with those
north of Camp Warner and Albert lakes,
one to the rUrht and the other In the left
of onr line of travel; encamped at nlghi
til 11 spring in the midst ofn luild. tis-kv I
range distance, thirty miles. After sinV
per, nrlvnlc Simpson and tnvself went
scoiitiiig, and found three other inmps
made by the Plutes, at all of which were I
the usual evidence of feasting and dane
inu'. Had some dilllciiiH' in trailinout of
(his plnii'. on the ainh, innnihig vert
of the llay ranch of Messrs Jones ,t Snider.
Here we leiirni"! that Hie Indians had liinn
captiiivd hyn dctachnicnt of troops under !
1 01. perry. We maivlieU loriimp Warner. '
and was vcrv kindly 11'irived bv (leneral
Wis'dcn, ( ol. Perry, and the otneers and
Isivs in blue at Camp Warner, for which i
lake this onpnrtunlty to ml urn them my
sincere thanks; also, the thanks of num'v
clllzi'iisof Crisiked river, Ochisn and Hie
snrmnndlng eonntry, our Huinks urn
also due to Major Trimble, and t he iilHecrs
and boys In blue at Camp llarnev for their
kind mi'ptlon and prompt assistance In
time of need. 1 cannot close without mak
ing honorable mention of the mimes of
Mr. Frank Mclkiin, Sergeant IjiiisIs iv,
and the detachment of ti'otips who were
with me on the trail of the Pinto. Thev
wen' faithful mill true to me as brut hers.
I would also mention the name of Mr.
George Cooler, the Wagon and Forage Mus
ter at (Vtnip Mnrner. who first dlscovensl
the stolen horses, and n'mhwd efttclent
aid In their contim'. I have Hie honor to
remain, Yours trulv.
JOHN F. MOORE.
i WltATltKH -Still cloudy and dump. Inter
fering with harvesting.
PACIPIC COAMT M M.
' I!v onler of 11 Mormon Justice of
tin: eace. tlo; police of Salt Luke tlie
other wit destroyed fiirnitiire and
iroH?rtv in a house of Ill-lame in that
city willed at $10,000. Tlita wanton
1 destrnctlon excited tiireats amniij;
I Liberal citizens.
There are tliroe rmocmtk Qnuit
anil Wilson eluljs in San Frandneo,
Mute. than fifty hoinicidcs of the
word description have occnrnHl in
San Fmuvtsco since any murderer was
I.. M. Konlke lias lieen upisiiiitttl
Supervisor ol Internal Hcvcmie tor die
entire, Pavlflc Const.
: AliMVM diamonds were purchased
in London, and is Micved In San
Burglars and hewni-ii arc bothering
j A new liridgo is hi ne btiilt turns,
I'mkllng river, near Aurora,
j Glaze and MeCaun, of the Dallas
tragedy. Imd a preliminary 4xaatlna
! lion lH'fore a jiWtlce of tlie peace, ami
' The Indians at Warm 8prlng Rpa.
crrotlon an; getfinj; along sthoothjy
under the mainigemeiit of Dapt. Joh'n
1 Sniitli, agent.
1 Forty-two sail vessels entered the port
01 San Francisco last Sunday,
Mr. J. I(. Kent is now owner of the Jack
sonville Tim n.
The potato crop In Yamhill promises
I Hoschmif is preparing article of Incor
poration to be submitted to the next Leg
islature, A leant of two burses at Roseburg ran
away, plunged into the fiver unit weir
Hotels at Olytupla are crowded.
A considerahlc trade In walrus tusks has
sprung up In Alaska.
Portland expects to have street cars run
11111 there before the year ends.
1 me day last week twenty-six sea-going
crafts were at Empire City.
It Isreimrtcd that In Cmis county hardly
a single tlrcelt v man can he found, elt her
Mrs. Minnie Myrtle Miller has gone
Ilisltop Foster preached In Port land Inst
1 ucsuay evening ton targe audieiice.
The refurulshiugnf ibeCliemoketn His
tel. Salem, will cost tau,U00.
Yakima and KltHtas valleys are reported
us rapidly tilling up, mid 'the cops mv
The Gentiles of Sail Uikeliaveorganinttl
: a uKilancecouiniittcc, and trouble Is an
Prof. Agassht and suiontlfto party have
arrived la sun Francisco.
Ilrttlsh Columbia has been greatly both
. ered hy grasshoppers this Season,
Col. J. W. Forney and Senator fflierinnu
; of Ohio, spoke for Giant In Ban Francisco
the other night.
A Government supply train 011 itswav to
Foil Lyons is ri'lKirted captured bv two
: hundred Arapahocs. and liftecn of the
men In charge killed, and ns many more
! The public schools in Portland opened
on the 'id lust.
Some fanners alsmi Fori kind havclieen
harvesting on Sunday.
; Judge Deady, ofPortkind.hasilncdi has.
Liit.h'n (Km for selling whlskv to Hie lie
! diansofHlletr.KeserviiHon: ISO sentenced
' James Ikiivlay tooneyear'siiupriaoninent
for selling Inpjor to Indians.
Eugene City has ihrco Sunday Schools.
Mr. Rohhins had three linger reaped on
' by a reaper 11 few days since
1 A daughter, aged about throe years, of
I John Thomison, ol' the Halles. (lied on
, Thursday last from the effects of fulling
: Into a bucket of not water the day before,
; An Indian at the Yiannx Reservation
killed his squaw on the aad ult., arid Hum
Served htuiselfthesante way.
; An accident liy a thrashing machine
I caused the amputation of one of the feel
j 01 ii. c, Wallace, of Forest Grove,
j The Or'rtuiiKiii of August JJHh, publishes
I 1111 account of 1111 Indian found limiting In
the river having wounds Indicating that
, lie had been murdered. Indian Jim and
Narviss were supposed In lie the murder
ers. Mrs. A. J. Dunlway made an oflectlvc
tsilltlinl siieech ton full house In Portland
last Tuesday evening. She supports the
Ilwlroek HntnocratB tn Renton count v
a re huv lug Hie "Giveley diarrhea.
A son of Mr. McAllister in Cluokamas
county w as burned to death Sunday bclori;
last. He was four years old.
James Dinwiddle of Lane onnnlv has
Hire-died lour tliousand bushels of wheat
from one hundred acres.
The following Postmasters have been
iiPIKilnlud in ibis state: Peter IIiiuic.
llrownsvUlu, Linn county; X. s. whii
enmb, Rye Vallev, Ikiker" county ; Peter
Provost, si. Louis, Marion county; 11. s.
Reed, Silvorton, .Marlon county.
Wheat tsMoentsubuahel at WaUn W alla
Olympla bus twelve saloons.
The Quis'n of England has presented
, S niilev w ith 11 gold snuff-box, and u letter
thanking him tor Hie discovery of Living
stone. ; The foot and mouth dlsiiisc among ini
tio In England Is reported on the Increase.
The Mexican Cabinet n'tniiins uuvhang
jel. Dial has refused to ucccnt amnesty,
i and fled to Hie mountains. Logic In has
; given bis adheivnee to the Government.
I Conddenec In the Government Is return
I lug and business Inercnslng.
! Thiers has issued orders to arrest Don
I Carlos If found on the Spanish frontier.
I It is thought be Is medltulmg another de
1 scent 00 Spain.
' The Emncror of Russia, C7jirowitch and
; Grand Unite Vlndtmlr were to arrive at
I llerlln on the llth. The Emperor of Aus
; trlu and Crown Prince of Saxony on the
MALE AND FEMALE. Ruslness p.Vns
tint, and uys Is'tter Hum any enter
1 prise In the tteld. Agents make from H to
IK wr tiny. Send stamp for sample and
' isirtleukirs, Address J. LATHAM A Co..
fit Washington St., Boston. Moss.