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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1873)
A. . C. L A Y T O X ,
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
WILL 8TRIVR TO KEEP THE BEST
ul gU in my tine, and sell at the to
( Ih'iiig rahf. (Ml ami ire me. 15
At Xorth Brownsville,
KIRK, HUME & CO.,
AKK STIU. SELIdliU
MY MD8, CLOTHING,
BOOT, SHOES, HARDWARE,
of which thev keen on hand a full stock,
nml lire able' to sell at lowrat rules, as
usual, for ( null or Prodnee.
Will also lie able to hnv and sell drains
of all kinds, or attend to storing Ml
wiirdlnsltat their Warehouse in Halscy.
liive us a trial. KIRK, HUME CO.
Attorn) mill Counselor hi
WILL PRACTICE IS ALL THE Courts
in the 4d, 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts, in the Sunreme, Court of Oregon,
and in the 0. 8. lllstrlctand Circuit Courts.
omen-In Parrlsh hrick, (upstairs), in
odioc occupied by the late S. H. Cmiior,
First street, Allmny, Oregon. to.5v6
i It. MITCHELL. 1' DOLPH.
MITCHELL & DOLPH,
Attorney and Counselors at Law,
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY AND PKOC
, torslnaduitnillv. Ofltoe over the old
post offlw, Front street. Portland, Oregon.
J. C. IHlWELX. L- raWK.
POWELL & FLIVN,
Attorney an Counselor at Law,
i Nl SOLICITOUS IN CHANCERY (L.
A Flinn notarv public), Albany, Oregon.
Collections and conveyance promptly at
tended to. 1
W. . JOXES, M. .,
AI.HAM V, OREUOSI.
i. . jonkS. hUmm hill.
JONES A HILL,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
OFFICE -SOUTH SIDE FIRST STREET.
iHMtalrm In J. M. Beach's store-house.
T. M . HARRIS, M. D.,
IMiysiciuii and Surgeon,
OFFICE -OVER TUHRELLW sTORK,
First street. Residence-Third-st.,
one door went of Methodist church. 37-4
UKO. W. URAT, D. D. .,
IKIES ALL WORK IK TM&
Hue of his profession in ine
Mrsl, fcJf and most apprw-
i lu.tlcii.'cnts iwhI for
extraction of teeth, if desired.
' . . I .I-.... 1 1 1 1 hi ri'Tii-
Particular ancmum !'"" "
lation of Children's teeth
Dental consultations and exam hint ons
kkkk. Charges moderate. Mbta"
Kuaranteed In every case. CaUat htsofflce
and examine sjicciuiens ol his woikinan-
"'tl&VlCE In Parrih Brick Block, up
LEFFEL & WIEKS'
And Urneral Mill Hachlnery.
J. F. IIACKENSTO. Agent,
Mvj Allwny, Oregon.
N. S. DIBOI W. H. H'l'l I.LUCU.
X. S. DL ROIS & CO.,
HVVEON HAN It AND CONSTANTLY
receiving a large stock of
lru eerie nnd Provision.
Wood and willow ware, tolmeco, cigars,
onfectionerv, Ynnkec notions, etc., etc.,
w holesale and retail, at lowest rates.
opposite H. C. Hill A Son's drug store,
Albany, Oregon. S8V4
ILBAW BOOSi STORE.
Established In ISM.
E. A. Frccland,
DEALER IN EVERY VARIETY OF
miscellaneous hooks, school liooks,
blank iKMtks, stationery. Books imported
o order at short notice. ,
Albany, Doc. 5,1870.
TIlC Eye! Tlie Ear!
DR. T. L. .OLDEN,
Oculist anil Aurlst, Albany, Oregon.
I vlt. tiOI.DE IS A -?ar3S'
1 son of the noted M
old opthaluiie dtK'tor, A
s. L !.
H v nas imd
. merience in trtatlng
. ' ... .1 1 .-iiKtolMI tit
BS; subejd,and Itacla
cTmrt lei t of alvlng entire satisl.ution to
thoee who .nay fim,mmmM'
She clc3l, Or eon
Mannfiieturer of and deivler in
HARNESS & SADDLES
A (tooa Artlele tor a fair I'rlee.
Particular attention paid to Rw aibimi.
MANUFACTURED AND ADJUSTED
especially for the Paclllc Coast hy the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, viz :
WATCH, and we most confidently rec
ommend them to the public, as possessing
more good qualities for the price than any
other Watch In the market.
We also Keep all other brands of Elgin,
Waltham and Swiss Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry, Silver and Plated Ware,
all of which we offer at the lowest possible
m rs list s.,
'gSTRciwirlng a specialty, and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Bvfl
IS A FIRST CLASS
Will bo sent to anv address, nntll Janunry
1st, 1874. for
WELLS DM'RY, Publisher,
W. H. PAUKKIf.
OF JACKSONHLLE, OREtiON, HAS
discovered a remedy, comixisod of the
Ext met from Mountain Itnlm, which grows
in Jackson Countv. and other Vegetable
Ingredients, w hich" lias enabled him to
furnish the afflicted with a purely vege
table n perfectly harmless, and yet the
ot Powerlul Lung Heiucdy
evor discovered. It Is (rood for Coughs,
Colds, Croup and Bronchitis, and Is an
Ayue Preventive, Hlood Purifier, In
vlyorator and Appetiser,
and is noted for nil Nervous and Bilious
alls. Many letters might be adduced to
show wliaf the medicine lias done (if nec
essnrvl, but try a bottle, and it will recom
mend itself wherever introduced.
For sale at all Allwny Drug Stores, and
bv all dealers in patent medicines.
'Prepared by ' W. H. PARKER,
l.lniS Independence, Oregon.
Tin? slanilitrfl remedy for CotrliN, In
Ituensa, Tkrutl, iri'7'ff Vuunh,
Croup, LHeer OmuUiitil. Hnwhitix.lVfiiiVH
nf Hi - fMHfp,mn every affection of the
Throat. Lungs nnd ("best, including Co.n
Sl'MPfiuK, Wlatar'a llalNnni or Wild 4'lierry
doca not drv up a Cough, but loosens it,
elennses the lungs, and allavs Irritation,
thus r mtmnp ihrtwrn-uf tTiecniniilnint.
None irenuine nnless signed I. Ritts.
Preimrcd bv Sktii W. Fowi-r ft Sons, Bos
ton. sold bv Rkdinhton. Hohtbttkh A
Ci ., Sun Francisco, and by dealers gm
Friill Trcen, Oraiie Vine, Ac.
THE UNDEIISHiNED INVITES THE
attention of the p ibllc to hlsliirgeaud
complete slock of
and other TREES.
Also, (IRAPE VI ES -best In the State;
oinniiiental Trees, Slmibs, Plants, Cur
rants, tisislM'rrl s. Strawberries, Roses,
I 'ablins nnd IlnlUt which will lie sold as
low as llrst-class stock can te n Horde I.
Nov.Wv4 J. A. MILLABI).
h siH Shi
PACIFIC COAST Mm,
The Baptl'ti of Polk count have
had a successful protracted meeting at
A British Columbia paper says a
large number of settlers are coming
into Semlahmoo valley on the extreme
northern verge of Washington Terri
tory. Governor Bennett, of Idaho, has
gone on a visit to the Eastern States.
Sunday fishing with dip-nets is in
vogue at the Oregon City falls.
It is stated that never before was
there so large a proportion of silver
paid into the State Treasury for State
taxes, as has been received tills year.
This, of course, indicates a great scarc
ity of gold everywhere, and. ergo, a
scarcity of money in general.
Wash Turk, Jiving oil the Upper
Payette, Idaho, committed suicide re
cently by shooting himself with a
It is reported that Judge B. F. DM
nison was robbed at the U. S. Hotel at
Seattle, recently, of his valise con
taining sonie five or six hundred dol
lars in currency, and upwards of two
thousand dollars worth of notes and
other papers. No clue had been ob
tained to indicate the perpetrator.
Mr. George Wist, of Seattle, who
died last week, left an estate ot about
$15,000 in value, $9,00(1 of which con
sists of a life insurant. He left a
will, bequeathing $5,000 to Mrs. Wist,
of Port Madison, from whom he ob
tained a divorce sonic two years since,
and the residue to his two brothers and
a sister. '
There were thirteen men in the San
Francisco jail on the 17th inst., under
indictments for murder.
The epizootic has made its appear
ance at Elko, Nevada.
The Corvallls Gazelle reports whoop
ing cough quite prevalent among the
juveniles in that place, and a few cases
Wheat was lielng rapidly shipped
trom Corvallis last week.
Night carousiiigs in Corvallis lately,
prompts the Gazette to inquire, "Where
is the City Marshal ?"
The Gnsftte announces the arrival of
fifty stand of arms and some two
thousand rounds of ammunition at
Cotvallls, directed to the county Judge
of that county, intended for the pro
tection of the citizens against hostile
Indian demonstrations on the border.
Seventy-four persons had joined the
M. E. Church at Salem up to the 18th
The laws passed by the last Legisla
ture have been printed by the State
Printer, ami are now ready tor distri
bution. Portland police are not allowed to
smoke or take a drink when on duty.
The Bvlktin contain an account of
a man passing by tlw name of J. S.
Allen, who has succeeded in bilking
more than a score of persons there,
during the past year. He represented
himself as an agent of a large lumber
company in Cincinnati, out here for
tlie purpose of selecting land upon
which to erect an extensive cooerage
establishment, etc. After contracting
numerous debts by borrow ing, board
ing and so on, he suddenly left.
Washington Territory lias 157 jieda
gogues. Meacham Is said to be w orking hope
fully tor his reinstatement as Indian
Slater has introduced a bill to sell
timber hmd lo actual settlers whose
lauds coutain a small quantity of tim
ber. The pints and spi'dftotlons for tlie
new college building to be erected tit
Forest Grove have been finished, says
the (h egmi),. According to these the
building will be 105 feet long and 70
feet wide. The building w ill be three
stories with a mansard rtwf. The first
story will be 18. the second 17. the
third from 12 to 14 feet clear. There
will lie 10 recitation rooms In the first
and second stories, including a lai-ge
chapel 55x40 feet. The third will-contain
library, cabinet, etc. It will lie
surmounted bv a neat tower. It will
be built principally of wood.
On the 5th begins the Chinese New
Tlie dlptlwrla Is prevalent in Colis
valley, Douglaa county. Some deaths
among children are reported.
A petitiou is In circulation asking j
for a weekly mail service lietweeu Btt
gene City ami Ochoco, aero1 tlio
An ordinan; is talked of at Ktigene
City, requiring every resident to keep
a ladder standing by his house and
two buckets of water ou the roof.
A firm in Lane county is going into
hop raising on a large scale.
it Is stated that at least thiee thous
and Chinese are engaged iu the boot
and shoe manufactory in San Francis
co. Not over four hundred white
men are in factories.
Mr. Packard's son, of Canyenville,
aged about seven, tell from the window
of a saw mill on to some rocks, on
Friday last, fracturiug his skull so t hat
i some of his brains escaped. His life
was despaired of.
A donation party is to be held in
; Portland on the 24th inst., for tlie
benefit of Mrs. Dunuiway.
The German papers in San Francis
co have secured the city printing, be
ing the lowest bidders.
A California journal shows that a
crop of Alfalfa yields from $100 to
$114 per acre, one-halt of which is
A colored girl named Elizabeth Cut
tli, lately eloped with a white man
named George Williams. The father
of the girl pursued them to San Fran
cisco, and with the aid of tlie jiolice,
got the girl antl returned to Benecia.
Williams was not found.
A man named Thomas Henrv burg
larized the North Star saloon at Salem
on Wednesday night of last week. He
Flour at WTalla Walla Is quoted at
$3 50 per barrel.
Baldwin, who absconded from Walla
Walla leaving Ids creditors unpaid,
lias been captured at Silver City. Idaho.
$1,400 was found sowed up hi the lin
ing of bis boot.
The printers of Salem have called a
meeting for the 23d of January, to
take into consideration the proposition
of making contributions toward erect
ing a statue of Horace Greeley.
A movement is on foot to erect new
University buildings at Forest Grove.
Oregon is one of only seven States
that raised, the last season, an average
of over 100 bushels of potatoes to the
W. H. L. Barues. of San Francisco,
received $52,000 for his services in
contesting the will of Horace Greeley.
Several cases of horse disease were
reported at Oakland. Cat,, Jan. 18th.
There were 59 deaths iu San Fran
cisco last week.
Oakland has a five cent bar-room.
Santa Barbara. Cal., needs farm la
borers, and is willing to pay them
Two men of Santa liosa, Cal., have
plunged into a law suit about a dozen
Sitka, the capital of Alaska, is bank
nipt. She contracted a debt of $150.
with only 70 cents in the treasury to
pay it with.
A California paper says: "All of
the staff of the Governor of Oregon
have gone to hunt the Modoc. They
will hunt until they get afraid of find
ing them, and then tliey'll go back
Sawtelle's house, burned by the In
dians at Siletz. was insured for a small
amount, but not enough to cover the
loss. It was a valuable structure and
well finished, nnd contained a library
ot miscellaneous hooks that cost not
much less than a thousand dollars, be
sides other valuables that . w ere de
stroyed. The Rock Point Marion county
Farmers' Club, has killed 7(1 wolves in
the last three years. The Treasurer
of the Club thinks that sheep are more
freiuently destroyed hy wolves than
Says the I'lmmteakt: "The Hoard
of Engineers appointed to ascertain
tlie necessary improvements for the
Pacific coast, have reported that no
further appropriation was needed for
tlie Umpqua. t ecause tlw rapidity of
tlie current prevents successful com
jK'tillon with the railroad. If they
liad said a lack of energy, the report
would have fieen correct."
A great religions revival is reported to
have takeii place on the Warm Spring
Reservation, and there are now some
two hundred professed Christians.
In Salt Lake City it is thought that
Brlgham Young will never s an
other summer above ground. In that
event 37 widows will mourn and 117
children will be fittiierless.
The Coal Company at Seattle, are
now taking out one hundred and thirty
tons of coal dally. At this rate there
would be about twenty-five thiniaud
dollars a mouth brought Into the Ter
ritory by thi- one mine.
A Methodist Church South was or
ganized last Sunday in Salem by Rev.
Dr. Duwne. The congregation expect
to build a house of worship early in
Olympta claims to have experienced
an earthquake shock on Thursday of
It is stated that if the salmon fisher
ies of Alaska were properly developed,
she would become one of the richest
possessions of the United States.
Tlie Montanian of Virginia City,
Montana Territory, publishes the fol
lowing, and vouches for it as a genuine
advertisement, the insertion of which
was paid for by Dr. Chough Yec, a
Chinese physician of that city : "Wang
Gye owes Dr. Chough Five Hundred
and Fifty Dollars. He cannot pay it.
So according to the Chinese law, be
left his woman, Sin Gim, in Dr.
Cheugh Yee's possession as collateral,
until tlie money is paid. All right.
By and by, all same yesterday, Sin
Gim stole Three Hundred and Seventy
Dollars from Dr. Chengh Yee, and ran
away. Now then all Chinamen take
notice that if you keep Sin Gim, you
must pay me Nine Hundred and
Twenty Dollars, all same Wang Gye.
"DR. CHEUGH YEE."
Cod fish are represented as enor
mously abundant on the coast of Alas
ka. The game law goes into effect on
Roseburg has wood and chicken
The Roseburg Pantograph says Jack
Williams, of Looking Glass, while on
his way to Jacksonville with a load of
freight met with an accident which
broke three of his ribs. Recovery wa
doubtful : also Mr. J. J. Crawford and
partner, Mr. David Thompson, of that
county, in nine days killed four nun
tliers, three bears and two lynxes. In
the year ending Jan. 1st, they killed
sixty-one animals of these species.
The new warehouse being construct
ed in Portland is 310 feet long and SO
feet wide, two stories high. A track
will be run through the center of the
first floor, also one along the upper
side of the building. On the river side
a platform twelve feet wide will In
laid running the whole length of Un
building. Some 000,000 feet of lum
ber will be used in the building, and
tlie cost will be about $20,000, says the
Mr. H. D. Green, of Portland, is
going to have a trout pond constructed .
A child ten years of age has been
Insane, and sent to the asylum by the
authorities of Lane county.
It is said that during tlie month of
May last no less than 250,000 bion
were killed south of tlie Kansas Paci
fic Railroad, for their hides alone.
Tlie Commissioner of Pensions has
decided that the Oregon Volunteers
who served under Captain Jesse Walk
er and Captain Nathan Olney. in 1854.
are entitled to land warrants'.
Another case of small-pox is report
ed in Baker countv, near Prltchard'
Tlie salary of the Superintendent of
Schools in Union county lias been
at $.'100 per annum. i
Col. Joe Meek, of Oregon, visited
the locality on the headwaters of the
Yellowstone, now known as tlie Na
tional Park, iu the year 1829, and
claims to have been the first white
man who ever traversed that then al
most unknown region.
A Methodist church will soon he
erected at Snohomish citv, W. T.
It is thought if Gen. Crook Is left
alone, he will soon end the Apache
Jacksonville pays one dollar per
bushel for wheat.
A patent for a new ehurn'has been
granted to James W. F. Howe, ot
The Times is litigant organ lor
Jackson and Josephine counties.
Jacksonville hoodlums go round
drumming on people's windows ot
Roads are almrst impassable from
Jacksonville to the Motloe country.
Only ox teams or pack trains are used.
The Oly mpia Courier says : " Cur
rent reH-.rt say tlmt heavy financial
embarrassments have overtaken one
of the largest milling firms of tlte
Sound in consequence of Comnv
funds having been appropriated to
private uses hy one ot the San Fran
cisco partners, it is supposed, ibrstock
Wedding cards In Denver, Colorado,
consist of a jack of diamonds and
queen of hearts, with tlie contracting
parties names thereon ; if tlie bride'
mother is living the ten of elubs is in
cluded. Tlie total population of all the Ter
ritories according to the Census Re
port was in 1870. 441730, being com
iiosed of 380,249 whites, 44,903 col
ored 7,075 Cliine.se attd 4.503 hidtans.
The estimate of the Indian population
seems to us to be remarkably small.
Tlie brick jail iu Olynipia has htwn
turned into a boot and shoe facttiry.