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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1872)
ALHANY REG STER.
TO TUB FAJIMEUS
AIM & BENTON COUNTIES.
'pjn: rM)Ht. iiXKD won.ii i:k-
- sjxicifuby announce that tliey have en
tlni'.y remodel" 1 nnd renovated I ncir large,
colniliniliuus Itlki SUilS'llUtlol
'hat they have strengthened Mid ml',U"l to
fill1 same, iTi'i led new works entire that j
they now have two A No. 1 Cleaners, with
liircfe Elevators complete: have put In new
Uohcrnnd Engine, and arc now prepared
lo tilkc In mi l handle
Wlaoat cfc Oats
very rapt Mv tui'l conveniently,
Having li'ntndunt storage facilities in
1'in'ilairl. writes desiring !o More grain
with us hit I have no fairs ilial our ware- '
house hero will Ik' overloaded.
Wi1 Would iUho call the attention of the !
farmers to the tact that our facilities for
shipping to n Foreign Market are very
complete, and thai they will 'ind It tollieir ;
a Kanla.c i) Hill ill our otllce tor further
informal ion as t" our facilities ami terms I
('. It. COMSTOCK A CD..
w. s. Nkwhi iiv, Agent.
Atbnnv, Aug, J!K(lv4,
i I KORfiK TCRREL KJ3KP8 A LARGE
VI stock of
:o suit the inarliet. It would be to till! In
terest of cvcrvlimlv to give him an curly
all. ' ' .
rep Wooden Ware Maii'ft. Co,,
MCKETS, TUBS, PAHA
W o o d e n-W are
Works nt Oregon I ltj , Oregon.
rnilt: oi:i s hooiifa WAHF.
L Manufacturing Company, having re
cently eomplctwl their Works tit Oregon
City with the most approved machinery,
embracing the newest iitc.iis and latest
intents. Imported at great cost from Mas
sachusetts, the ESTAItl.lsllMENT, 111 all
its appointments, will compute favorably
w ith any other in the Tnitcd stales.
The t'oinpanv arc prepared to till all or
der for CEDAR. MAPLE awl ASH IH'CK
KTS. TI IK IITTTEH FIRKINS, SALMON
KITS) WASHB0AMD8, shuttle Bobbin,
llronin-handlc '. Ac. Ac.
Particular at tent ion isinllcd to our ASH
PAlLSand III 'TTEK FIRKINS an article
far superior to any heretofore In market,
ilsmnslnKlio unpleasant IttKte or smell to
From our superior facilities we are en
able I to supplv the trade on the most ml
calituKiHiUM terms, and by prompt atten
tiou and excellent worliinaiiship will merit
sncifss In our line.
Dealers are reipieMttd to exaialne our
w arcs lefore pUK'hilsliiX elscw heie.
jrit Address all eotitiitnnlnittoinilo
J. II. l(II.I, Afffrtt,
i Portland, Oregon.
Nirrit'E. Any HuekeM or Tubs ninnii-j
i icturcd by us, whlehilonotKlveeomplote I
sutlsfuetlnti, If rcturiie I, will ! replaced I
bv new ones, without cbaw lor treisrht.
,,,-t.;t,i, .1. D. PILES, AKDtlt.
noil DRESS (ilMIDS. (iLIMf.S, Mtl.M-
in burs, llo-lcrj-, etc., oio iiirrei
PEOPLE Fl RNISHINti SHOULD CALL
tun see rurreii n in rue smr i. .i
m-ls.OHi-loths. ltlltlds, Rlls, etc.
he Is selling very cheap.
til TO Tl RREI.L'S FOR HARDWARE
V T l-aiiips. LaiiilM liimneys, etc
eiiiKMls to suit you.
A. B. MORRIS,
A VI N li
LEASED It. CHEADLE's
IH Y, nkm. htori: or FOKWAHU
at fisil of lliinutalbln street, nn the bunk
of the Wllliimcttc river, I am pivire I to
WHEAT or OATS,
in unlimited qunntltlo.
Ike IllKbesI Market I'rlee VnM In
dutli lor When! nnd lints.
PurtkM wlshltlff to ston drain, can make
arranifement In gel all the sacks needed,
lirutii itorud ami forwarded m lowest
A sbare of ltrolUlge Is sollelted.
A. II. MORRIS.
GEORtiE TI'RREM. PAV8 TIIK IDHU
est nrlce forall kinds of (iuntrv Pro
duce. Remember the address, Tnrrcll's,
First stwet. ' :
PER CENT SAVED
KLINE & GO,
AMI AST, onti.ov.
mi entire new Htork ol the
MostFasbionable Goods oftbeSeason
-sti ll AS-
i'iiiiiu Silt in nvvsn .hhK
HAH V Vl l t AKT NTIUI'IX,
IMH'I.II 1.1 VlltKS,
M WT4 II PLAIIIjii,
IIRAVT AMI IIf AMPIOX
nnd n Inrue slock ol
Oil. t'MITIIN, A
IIouko FurniNliinK iiood,
AU. OF WHICH IS OFFERED
PRI O SIS.
rimWM., ndjolnlntr INmI OIbX
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
R A N (IE S.
COOK, PAISLOH AM) BOX,
S T O V K S !
Of IHc lies! patterns.
TW, sm.in utoMMHOf.
Ami the usual assortment ol furnishing
goods to In' obtained In a tin store.
Repairs neatly anil promptly executed,
on reasonable terms.
Miort reckoning make lowrfrieiidN,
FRONT STREET, ALBANY.
Iteo. 8, ikhh-i
Something New in IH-ntlsIry
IIH. K. O. SMITH, DK.Y1IST,
ny, anil has the new In
vention in plate work, which
consists in inserthia teeth
i in the mouth without covering Hie whole
roof, as heretofore. Itgivesthe wcarertho
wearer the free use of the tongue lo the
roof of the month in talking innl lusting.
It is the Smith & Purvlne patent .
Teeth extracted without pain. Plates
niended. whether broken or divided.
Itt'MfK First street, cast nt'Coimci's
Hank (iistiilrsi, Allmny, Oregon. 7V4
INDIAN CHIEF SALVE
For sale by all dnifffflsls.
I'rlee, 50 CpiiIn per
If SI. WAliSWoltTII will glVC iirompt
. , attention to all orders for Pncr
'latutltut, t'Jileeinlnhii?, DeeoratiiiK, Ac., in
tills city or vicinity. All w ork executed
in the latest style, In the lies! manner. And
at lowest livinjj rates, fat (tnlers left at
Fnrnltim1 Wurerooiii of flms. .Mealey will
reeelve prompt attention. flh f
A. CAR0THEK8 & CO.
CIIKMH AKS, OILS, lAI.TK, YIM,
(I.AKS. I,MIN, KIC,
Ail the popular
FINE CI TLERY, (UtiAKB, TOBACCO,
mil Toilet. UihmIn.
Partlenlnr mre and pmtnntnesK given
Physicians' prescriptions and Family Riv-
A. CARoTIIEKS & CO.
SKfliM mi him:
rPIIE CXDERSItiNED OFFERS FOR
; 1 mile to the general public, at Ills place
on First street (late millinery store of Mi's.
llridKcfiirmer.i all the latest' and most iv
KKWIXI. n( IIIM!
Also, ki'cp-. on hand imiclilno mi-dles,
, oil, etc. Rciujring of maehines done to
l oilier. Cull and sue.
F. FARXSWOUTII. Agent.
I CITY MARKET,
FIRST STRKin, AMIAX V, OHIMOX,
J. L HARRIS,
nflU. ENDEAVOR TO KEEP CON
slantly on hand n full supply of
AM. HI MM Or MKATN,
Which will he of the very licst quality.
The highest market price paid for beeves,
Third door west of Forrv, on south side
of Flint street. J. L. HARRIS.
Allmny, Deo. u, I871-l.t 4
Munufucturerof nnd denier In
HARNESS & SADDLES
A Hood Article Rir Fair Prlee.
Partlenlnr ntlciition iml.l to Rri'Allll.vi.
Shedd, August itiin:i
PACIFIC CO AKT MEWft.
Apples wetv $1 ier.liisielat Olyin
pin on the Uth.
fiolil lieariti qtmitz Is Iteinjf looked
for along Snake river above l.uwiston.
TuitiWHter is improving fast.
A buckskin unrse full of bogus gold
dust was round nil Florida Motintaiii,
near Sliver City, the other day.
Salem has a photographic machine
and gallery which travels about on
Olympia is now within sixteen lulled
of the railroad.
A little daughter of (J. II. Benson,
of Jiiion county, accidentally got
hold of a bottle containing some kind
of poison, last week, anil drank some
of the contents. Iroiu the ell'ects of
which she died.
Klislgn's new wagon road from the
month of Goow Creek to Hog Yin and
tingle Creek mines, in linker county,
U nearly eompleted.
The new Uaptlst church at Olvm
pia cost 11,000,
The game law is In-ing enforced in
Walla Walla county pays as much
of the Territorial tnxtwtn'iv two other
counties In the Teirltory, $13,680 Hi
for tin: current year.
I. II. Torrey. San Francisco, was
found dead in his lied on the morning
of the 10th.
The Sprlngville Post Office has been
discontinued, and the mails will be
distributed at Portland.
A gambler, named Wash Brady,
stabbed a man named ('has. Trohe. at
Vancouver, tour time-', last week,
Jealousy was the cause. The wounds
were serious. Brady was arrested.
Tlie Jewish Yoin Kepper. or Day of
Atonement, began on last Friday
evening nt sundown and continued
limn iNiiuntay at rundown. It was
generally olwerved by that people.
The fiinuers of I'niou county have
organized an Agricultural Society, and
have elected the following officers : F.
Shoemaker, President! W. (i. SumI
gnKs, Secretary : V. D. llamiah. Vice
President, and J. T. McCftiiuiM, Treas-
J nrer. A lloaril of Directors was ap-
itniuted, and a Counuitti e on Grounds
I of one person from each pivcinet.
Thomas Ryan, on his way from his
larm near Columbia Slough last week
to Fast Portland with a load ol boy,
tell, and broke bis neck.
Tbegold iptartz mines of llog'oni
are yielding handsomely.
Judge Locks, of Benton county, was
badly hurt last week, by being llirown
out of a wagon bv the ' team running
So far during this nionth. the Clerk
of Marion county has Issued eight mar
The Salem Uereiirt has the follow
ing: "A young lady named Johnson.
In the Convent School, for some cause
or other, was struck on the head with
a pointer used at the blackboard.
by one ot the Sisters, and fell fainting
to the floor. Cpon .seeing the eflcct
of tlie blow, assistance was immediate
ly rendered and all efforts made to re
store her. In the iiienntlin ii' of tlie
frightened little ones slips out of
the door and ran to the young lady'
home and Informed her mother" of
what had hapicucil. Mrs. J. hasten
ed to (la! Convent and found her child
in a weak and miserable condition,
and after a lenglhy explanation n to
her opinion of their actions, took her
three daughters and went lionu ."'
A Baker enmity correspondent
sitys that two Chinawomen got into
a row at Sparta in tlutt county
last week, when one of them commit
ted a most fearful outrage on the other
"Tlie UettiUs tire too frlglitrtil to rein te, ' '
says tin' writer. The orpotrator was
ironed and taken to I'liion, under
Over six nnd a nuartcr-uiillion ihil
Inrs liave ineti colltvtedt Sin Pran
riseo as duties, during the past year,
j The motlK-r of Laura I). Fair, dls
; apHlnteil at the venllct in the Fair
case, attempted suicide on the lllih
I itist. The stomach puuiD saved her.
i Money onlers are now licinir issmsl
at the Posfofflee in Olympht payable
j The Ongnniittt gives an atvouut of
an old gentleman and his wife, resid
j ing in that city, who are keeping the
deac' botly of their sun, now in u de
' ooniosed state, the mother la ing Im
j pressed with the delusion that her sou
I is in a trance, and will come to life.
The case was lo be investigated.
San Jose. Cal.. was vi-itiil by a
i heavy slkX'k of earthquake on the
During the quarter eliding Scptem-
berltO. IS7'A 445 vessels (wwedtbe
light-liouse a New Dungeness. WhsIh
i ingtoii Territory. Of tfii'se 5S were
ships. 121 barks, 20 brigs 47 scltOOU
I ers 42 sloops and 157 steamers. More
tlian one-halt were sea going vessels.
Mr. Charles Biisoom raised in his
; gartlen. In Dalles elty. from two iKta-
toes ot tlie iecrless variety, 15.1
A Greeley Club In Portland now
appropriately sing "I'm a Pilgrim
and I'm a Stranger," and other melan
A free flght occurred lietweeu rail
road men and hotel keepers at Oak
land last week.
H alia Walla has lately beeu troub
led by a big chief, six feet. high and
weighing 200 pounds.
Catherine Shertz, a lady preacher,
delivered a discourse at tlie M. E.
( hiuvh. Jacksonville, on Sunday even
Mr. Casey, living near Ashland, has
raised two squashes this year weighing
respectively 1.13 and 140 pounds.
The new instruments for the band at
Koseburg have come to hand.
John Johnson, at work on North
Coos river, was Instantly killed, about
two week ago. by the caving in of a
ditch in which he was at work.
Some of our young men about town
called a few Sundays since to see a fa
vorite young lady. After flirting with
her to their hearts' content, they left
In high glee, and afterward learned
that she was married tlie evening be
fore. Her husband was present, and
enjoyed tlie fun. So says a Koseburg
A grand horse show recently took
place at Olympia. Some very line
stock was exhibited.
Dr. Lours has been appointed phy
sician to the Sinusites on the Chenalis
W. Buckucr. proprietor ot tlie Cen
tral Restaurant, Olympia, committed
suicide on the Uth. by shooting him
self through the head.
Lnrjre and enthusiastic Republican
meetings are being held throughout
McCormiek has no opposition In Ar
izona, for Delegate to Congress.
The tola I number of entries made
at the late State Fair were 1.034, ot
which 150 were horses.
The House of Mr. James Humphry.
a few miles from Kugeuc, was cult-red
by thieves one day last week, and
forty dollars taken.
Killer W. D. Owen, of Salem, has
Ism called to the charge of the Chris
tian congregation of Jacksonville.
Flathead Lake, Montana, is now
the resort of many pleasure seekers.
Tlie SMmmmt says Southern Idaho
has bought $20,000 worth of horses
this season and sold none.
Father Harmon is speaking and
singing on Temperance in Idaho.
Rev. G. D. B. Miller and wife, of
Boise City, will soon start as Mission
aries in Japan, in which case the
Episcopal Church at Boise City, will
lie without a rector.
Dr. N; O. Ilia lock and seven othr
gentlemen were at La i; ramie last
week looking for a place to settle, for
a colony of some twenty-five or thirty
families from Macon county. Illinois.
The members of the colony are mem
liers of the same church CiiinberJuud
Presbyterian and are old friends and
acquaintances j they will lie iiceoin-.
pauied by their pastor, their teachers
and their phys.ciau. and have plenty
of means to make good and stibstan- .
The wife ofthe barber in Fast Port-
laud was recently kicked 'over by the
cow while milking, and severely in
jured, says the Ore;Mf',
The Gentiles in I 'tab had a irrtinil
jubilation last Saturday to rejoice over
rwent Republican victories in the
The SlUenman says. Rev. Bowers,
I he ne wlv appoints! minister tor the
M K. Church of that city, is eumute
thither by steamer from San Francl
co. Longer Democratic faces.
A large "woman's Grant Meeting"
was held in Salem last Monday even
ing. Mrs. Duniway, Johnson and
Snwtelle were the speakers. .Much
The total assessable property in
Multnomah county is $l0.titiT,7d0.
The SiMtwuum says: Probably as
large a kiln ot brick as was ever burn
ed oil tla; coast is at present being
burned at the peiiiteiituiry. It was
fired Sunday morning, and consits of
seventy-two arches, and contains the
enormous sum of 1.1 00,000 brick. This
little pile will prove no small item in
the erection ol our new state house,
for which purpose some of them will
prohnhly be used.
A crack-brained star-gazer, who
tried to malign tlie character of Hon.
lletirv Wilson through tlie column of
the Lafayette C'owi'w a few weeks
shut', is now lecturing on .ltro The
ology up the valley.
A prize of ten dollars was recently
offered to any member of tin? Georgia
Teachers' Institute who would write
ami spell correetly the words in the
following sentence : "It is a pleasing
sight to witness the uuparalleli'd em
barrassment of a harnessed (leddler
attempting to guage the symmetry of
a peeled onion, which , a sibyl had
stabbed with a itpniaril, regardless of
the luuendoos of the lillies of the cor
nelian hue," Thirty-eight teachers
Couik1isI for the prize, but not one
Rhode Island istsaM to be the only
State in New. Kugland.; where fu?w
I are lncreujig pi value ,