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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1873)
A. C. L A Y '4' O X .
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
T ILL HTM VETO KEEP THE BJS8T
tf gundu hi m.u lint; and ti-ll at the line
estlicinyrali. Call and cem : litf
At North Brownsville,
KIRK, HUME & CO.,
AKK STII.I. SELLING
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIM,
HOOT'S, SISO!, HAKOWAKE,
Elf., EW .,
ol wliivli lli.'V keep on 1,111,1 fM" K,x'1''
ivn 1 are able lo sell nt lowest rates, as
usual, for Cnsh or Prodm.
Will also !e able to buv n I sell drains
of all Windsor attend lo storing or for
warding it at their Warehouse in Halsey.
(live nsa irtol KIRK, HUME CO.
Attorn, y nnd Counselor nt Eaw,
UHLI. PRACTICE IS AIJ.TIlECmirts
VV li. the Jl, 31 an.l 1 H Ju llclnl Dis
tricts, in the Sunrcme Court of Oregon,
an 1 in the r . S. I Us' riet an 1 1 Trciiit 'onrts.
Oi KH'i: III I'arrish brick, (up stairs), In
office ooetipil v the htteH. H.Cmnor.
First stroet, Albany, Oregon- toJIvfl
J. II. Mlf'tlKLL. J. N. DOLI'H.
IMTCRELL A DOLPB,
Attorney nud Counselor nt Enw,
( ) LII ST0K8 IX l H AS ( KK Y A M PROC
fS tors in admiralty. Office over tlie oll
iMi.t officii, Front street, Portland, Oregon.
j. r. rowia. KL1NS-
POWELL & WtXNN,
l torn i-vs and Counselors nt Enw,
4 Nil SOLICITORS IX CHANCERY lb.
A Eilnu notary public), Albany, Orwon.
Collections and conveyances promptly at
w. wTjoxes, m. d.,
II . J,,M:K.
J. 1.INKKY 11 111
JOXKN A IIIEE.
PHYSICIANS AND SURO-ONS,
Office-south MPK first street,
up-stalrs. in J. It. Beach's itoro-bouee.
T, W. IIAIIRIN, M. .,
Ili)ielttn uud Surgeon,
i vll'll'K OiKIl TUHRELfS STORK,
II First street. Residence Third-st.,
,mu doot west of Methodist ehun-h.
UI.O. W. URAIf, 0. !
DOES ALL WOHK IN TH
Hue of Ills protession in ine
fciAat, lt d awl mn apirur
,i t ...tlw.t leu -vent "I for
. -v . . ..,'fi.ih If desired.
Particular attention ifiveii to lUc regu
lation of Children's teeth. ...
Dental eot.sullntlon an.l exnniii at ns
Id KK Chawes niotemte. Satis met on
.-iianinteed In every ea-e. 411444 hlsolllee
u" examine vcl.uens of his workinan-
"'u'ffick m rarrW Brk Block, np
:airs. , ., J,a-'8v
lElli MY Kits'
And tJciicrnl Mill Mnrtilnery.
J. K. IIACKKJiSTO, Agent,
,-,i,3 Albany, Oregon.
K. .s. m il. IS. . H. M'l'l 1.I.OCH.
s. s. nv bis & CO.,
HAVE OX HAXIl AX 11 CONSTANTLY
WWMlvinaa large s oOR of
tlroe rl.-M uud Provlntonn,
Wofil an 1 willow ware, toNueo. eigars,
eont'ivtloni'i'v, Yankee notion-, ft, etc.,
uholesaloand retail. at lowest nitiw.
OpiHisile li. C. Hid MouV din,' store,
Albany, Ori'gon. :,:iv4
ALBANY BOOB SI'OBE,
I slal.lNli.d In lsr,a.
E. A. Freelattd,
1 vKALKU IX KVKKY VAS1KTT OK
1 miscellaneous lxaiks, siduHil bonkM,
blank Itooks, stationery. lH)ks imported
to order nt iliort noflee.
Albany, Hoc, I, ls?o.
The ECi! The Bnn!
OR, T. L. OLnEM,
OeiiliHt nud Arlnt Al-nny,
nH. 4MILDRN IS A
u,il .if fl.. mtll'rt
,,!d OtltliaimlC dwtor, , ."
C 4W 'en.
1 1 lias Had
. .minimise R t"""'1"-'
, n l 'nt of ,'Iving entire satlsm.tion to
, hose, who ma u t liomsel ves nndertiUi
SHe clcA, Oregon
Mannmetnrer of ond denier in
II VKYi:iV ADDLES
A lio.Kl Artlele for n f'nlr I'rlre.
lliitlenlar attention paid to Rki-Aiiu.
MASUFACTUBKn AND ADJUSTED
especially for the Pacific Coast by the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH GO.
of Elgin, Illinois, viz:
WATCH and we most confidently rec
ommend i liein to the publle,as iosesSiiig
more ifoo 1 iiunlltles fort he jirlee 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 (Kisslble
I lil S BRON.,
C5r nepnirinpr a specialty, and satlsfae
tion guaranteed. lava
N E W8PAP0KIAL
IS A FIRST CLASS
Will Ik sent to any address, until January
1st, 1874. for
WSX imUHY, Publisher,
15m l Monmouth, Oregon.
W. H. PARKER,
OF JACKSflNVIl.I.E. ORKIiON. HAS
distnvereda remedy, composed of the
KM rai l from Moun.aili ItlUm.wlliull grows
In .lacksnn County, and other Vegetable
Ingredients, wbieli has enabled him to
furnish the afflicted wllb a purely vege-labk-
n perfectly harmless, and yet the
Mont I'owerltal Limit Remedy
ever discovered. It Is ond for Conghs,
Colds, Croup and Bronchitis, and Is an
Ague Preventive, Wood I'm lil .-. In-
vlicorntor nud Anpeliaer,
and is uoicd for all Xorvous and Bilious
aila. Many letters might be adduced to
slmw wliat the meilieinc ha done (If nee
essurv, but try a bottle, and It will recom
mend itself wherever InlrO'hieed,
For sale at all AHiauy Drug S.oivs, and
bv all dealers in lmlent medicines.
Prepared bv W. II. PARKER,
liin3 Independonee. ( iregou.
The standard remedy for d oiujlis. In
lluenan, v ?'AW, VlnjlP(i OmiIi,
OriUfi, Ijvr O mutolnf, HmtichHit, Htnrliftfi
ijf (ft' unhand every atnxMinn of the
throat. Lungsnnd Cheat, Including Ci -
Wlainr'a llnlsam or Wild t'herry
does not dry up a rough, bul loosens 11,
cliiinses the lungs, and allays Irritation,
thus r mninti 'ft rmu of thecomlnlnt
None genuine unless signed I. Birrs.
Piv)ri'd bvSi.Tii W. Ki avi.k S xs, Bos
ton. Sold by HKlHNHTtiN, HiMTRTTFH
tlx.. San Fniiielsw), and by dealers gen
Fruit Trees, .raie ' hit's, e.
rpilE UNIlERSKiNED INVITES THE
I attention of the p ibllc lo his large and
complete s.ock of
and oilier TREES.
Also, CRAPE VI ES Iicst In the State;
Ornamental Tre, Shnibs, Plants, Cni'
rants, (iooselierrli s, Strawberries, Roses,
Dahlias and Bulls which will he sold' as
low as flrst-elnss stock can lw afforded.
Nov. iVWvt J. A. MTIXAKU.
gij?" SubscriU'rs finding an X after their
namcsniv infnnuad thattholrsubecrlption
expires with that nnrtil)er,and thevarcin
vlted to renew it. Terms tSix'raniiiun,
in advance; six months,!!; three months,
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
The latest freak of nature is a
legged dog at Portland.
Commissions were made out at the
Executive ofllceon the 21st, for the
following persons: J. W. Mack,
Lebanon, Linn cotmrj', Notnrv Pulilie;
I'hos. H. Brown. Marion Station. Mar- i
ion county, Notary Public ; ami A. B.
Champion. Commissioner of Deeds
for Oregon, to reside at Cincinnati,
it.. s i, i .l I e
uoh. w. u. jiiii-ws, inriiiucr iroiu
Union county in Hie last Legislature
of Oregon, (Tied at his home near La
Grande on the 14th Inst. He was a
native of Ohio, ft years old, and came
to this State in lSOO. He was well
It costs thirty-five cents per pound
to carry Government freight from
Posebmg to the headquarters oi the
troops in the Modoc country.
A Medical Association for Washing
ton Territory is being organized at
The Oregon Volunteer Militia, at
Portland, have been supplied with the
new )atei!t American needle gun.
They are breach loaders for long range.
The wolves having killed two mules
and an ox for Thomas Smith, of Au
burn, Baker county, lately, he put out
strichiiinc and killed cloven of them.
The Methodist church at Empire
City owes 7fJ0, (iud is about to be sold
to pay it. there being but two mem
bers, and they empty handed.
N. L. Yesler, Esq., of Seattle, iays
.206 taxes a year on real and person
During last year, 1,4x3 persons were
arrested in Salt, Lake City by tlte po
lice, which Implies saintly unrest in
stead of rest.
At Walla Walla large quantities of
flour arc being stored.
Dr. W. B. .'ones, of West Paradise
Valley, Idaho, reports everything love
ly in the valley, and not a lioof lost
since the advent of ye winter.
A bill giving to Idaho county a por
tion of Nez Perce passed both branches
of the Idaho Legislature.
A lumber yard is to be started at
The Methodist Church in Olympia
was in the midst of gracious revival of
religion last week.
A Seattle Journal says that burglary
is getting to lie a leading business in
In Eastern Washington Territory
the prosjiects for a good crop of grain
were never bctt than now.
Tlie store of J. Baur, Walla Walla,
was burglarized on the night of the
17ih, and fl.BSO taken from the sate.
Tlie key to the sate was taken from
tlie pants of a brother of-Mr. Baur,
who was sleeping In tlie store at the
Thomas Orltou. of San FraneK'o,
cut his throat on tlie 23d. and it may
stop his breathing entirely.
At Ball it Point, Cal., two whales
were kil'ed the other day.
wc . v.,.-, -w- - -'."
Bakery. Mn litmclseo. shot himself j
In the face accidentally on the 22d. and
, , C .1... ...u,,...tnli. n( tl.A l.Ml'll
he may live.
Hon. 0. L. Xliafcr, formerly Judge
of the Supreme Court 6f California,
died in Florence. Italy, on the 23d.
The Are Ilcnd devoured I wo dwel
lings at Reno. Cal.. on the 23d
Epizootic was spreading throughout !
the Utah Territory hut week.
seriously deranging business.
The wine product of Los Angeles
county. Cal., i estimated at 1,400.000
Tlie wounded of the late Indian
tight were all doing well on tl 24th
Inst. Gen. VYIieaton had established
headquarters at the Lone Tree on Lost
River. Detachments were stationed
at different oiuts along tlie line of
hostilities to prevent the Modoes from
raiding on the settlements. Several
squaws are reported to have taken
part in tlie flgltt, and one soldier was
killed bv a squaw. Col. Perry wa
shot while rolling down a hill, at tlie
top of which he was surrounded by
Indians. The bullet struck his arm
and passed through lit- lilp ("apt.
Jack now refuses to treat uti any terms,
believing he can whip all the troops
thev may semi. Gen. VYIieaton was
Intending to build some rafts to put
mortars and howllzers on, so as to get
hearer Ji!kV camp froin the lake.
Yamhill wants a jail speedily;
J. S. McDonald's saloon at Oixigou
City was rotihetl of $700 In money and
250 cigars one niglit'last week.
The Suleni printei's are going to do
their full part towards the Greeley
Oregon City is fretted over mischief
Clubs now being formed by Oregon
formers are large and numerous.
The Territorial treasury nt Olympia
lias $10,000 in it. The Treasurer Is
ready to day warrants.
Five I.undred miles of Irrigating
canals have been surveyed in Colorado
during the last three months.
The bravest man yet discovered Is
! tire Olympia chap who imagined tliat
j i)e heard a noise the other night, and
retully avoiding disturbing his wife,
crept out on the roof with A Distal and
i . i i . , , , . . .
: staiu rnerc an nignt
The following is said to have occur
red at Boise City a short time ago : A
gentleman sat down to supper, and
pointing to an object he had discovered
in the hash, indignantly inquired of
tlie waiter : " W litit do you call 'thai?"
"That," said the waiter, "appears to
be a wrist-baud, with a sleeve button
attached.'' "Well," said the custo
mer in wrath, "do you think that a
proper thing for a man to find in Ids
liash?" "Good heavens, sir," cried
the waiter, " would you expect to find
a ten dollar silk umbrella in fifteen
cents worth of hash ?" One boarder
Chas. A. Knssell, of Sun Francisco,
the murdcrct of James Crntly, has
been sentenced to he hung on the 21st
of March next.
It is slated that the Canadian horse
disease has broken out in tlie northern
part of Douglas county. Several
horses had died, and others were like
ly to die, no remedy having been
found for it.
It is believed that vicious Indian
warriors, belonging to various tribes
in California, Oregon. Idaho and Ne
vada, are making their way to Capt.
Tlie Mrirciuy of the 25t!( says : Tlie
Governor, on Wednesday last, made
out a list of lands embracing 1,840
acres, selected for Capitol building
purposes and caused the same to be
transmitted to the La Grande Land
Office for approval, said lauds being
located in that district. Also a list of
the same class of lands embracing
641 30-100 acres, located In the Ko-e-burg
district. Under the Act of Con
gress admitting Oregon intothe Union,
ton sections ol land were granted to
the State to assist in the erection of
public buildings. The last Legislature
passed an Act appropriating the pro
ceeds of the sale of these lands to
assist in building our State Capitol,
and hence the Governor's action in
the matter. The remainder of the
grant will be selected in a short time.
A party of eleven tourists, from
England, on a trip around the world,
arrived in Salt Lake not. long since.
Col. Perry who was seriously
wounded in the Modoc tight, was
taken to his quarters at Camp Harney.
The Unipiua Academy at Wilbur
litis seventy-five students, and is rapid
ly building up.
From the Bulkttwe learn that by
invitation of Dr. Hawthorne, Supt. of
the Insane Asylum at East Portland,
the East Portland Band played for the
amusement and pleasure of the un
fortunate Inmates of the Asylum, last
Saturday evening. Tlieentertainment
i was highlv relished ny the inmates.
somc rfftv t,mes being phiycd.-as they
mM for tem )r. Hawthorne then
invited the band out to a tine collation
spread tor the occasion
A laborer on the pilot boat Astoria,
named Caleb H. Winter, wa drowned
on Hie Columbia river Bar on Thurs
day of last week.
It lias tieen proposed to capture
Captain lack's forces with fire-water. !
I,et the Government scud down there i
a dozen casks of forty rod lightning
whisky, put up a job on the Indians .
and let them capture It. And then
Clams, oysters, halllhut, fresh cod,
flounders, herring, crabs, trout, etc..
form a Mtrt of ihe living at Olympia. j
Santa Barbara lias an apple tree i
which liears three crops a year, having ,
always on its hnuiehes rijw apples,
half-growu apples and blossoms.
Stilt Lake City Is troubled with
siuall-Kx. killing the children, and
the. epizootic killing the horses. The
Mormons are deeply grieved, and say
that it is sad to lose the horses.
Arizona bmiucss men don't like
Tucson as a resisitory for Government
funds, for tlie Aiwcbea trail) gents
who go to wish checks, not having any
regard for business houses.
The Jacksonville Afjgf has this:
A lucky nud quite unlooked for acci
dent is reported to hare arrested Cap
tain .Tack's attentiou at the close of
the late battle, and enabled tlie defeat
ed and scattered party to oonceutrato
and make a defense. In tPe pwefpi
tate " withdrawal " from the lava beds,
Maj. Gen. John F. Miller accidentally
dropped a book of blank vouchers,
already signed, which was picked up
by an Indian and carried to Jack's
headquarters. The chief mistook It
for a book of bank checks and called
a council of the braves to determine
what bank they should present them
to for payment, and the soldiers made
their escape during the consultation.
That will more than ever convince
Jack that "a little learning is a dan
They amuse themselves In Jackson
ville running ghosts. They are the
pretend kind, ofcourse.
Tlie Jacksonville Sentinel says that
at no time in the history of that place,
has so much interest been token in tlie
Sunday School. It thinks the interest
is not likely to abate.
The M. E. Church Sunday School at
Corvallis is succeeding finely. Itnow
has 130 pupils.
McMinuville has two flouring mtlhv
one planing mill, four dry goods stores,
two drug stores, one harness shop,
two boot and shoe shops, one hotel,
one paint shop, one butcher shop and
a picture gallery.
.Fourteen sacks of mall were sent on
the A jax last Saturday trout the Port,
land Post Office.
Sickness is abating In Douglas coun
ty. A man named Thompson died of de
lirium tremens at Eugene City iast
The revival continues at the M. E.
Church at Salem. New accessions are
made every night.
Eugene City with ft population of
1,600. has churches worth $6,000.
It is thought large numbers of fish
will pass through the Locks at Oregon.
City, and fishing be better above the
falls than usual.
Douglass county is sowing a larger
area of grain than usual.
Corvallis College is enjoying tine
In the late Modoc fight the troops
captured five Indian ponies ladeiied
with government hard bread, sup
posed to have been captured or stolen
from the troops that came from Camp
Bid well some time since.
The Corvallis (?( is the follow
ing concerning a "land moddle" in
Benton county : "In consequence of
some misunderstanding or blunder
somewhere about 240 acres of valua
ble land, including iu the farm known
as Gird's Station. 13 miles south of
this place, lias been seized by tlie east
side railroad company and a patent
received therefor. Two hundred acres
belonging to William Gird and forty
to Geoi'ge W. Houck, of this place. As
near as we can understand the matter
stands thus: When the final proof was
made upon this land under (lie 'Dona
tion act, ' the Willamette Valley and
souineni uregon were included in the
Oregon City District. Wlien tlie Rsu
burg District was created it cut thts
farm through the center, leaving one
half in each district. Final proof had
been regularly made upon the whole
tract In the former district, and when
the latter district was created tlie tact
was not properly reported to that of
fice, ami hence It appeared upon the
plat, as vacant laud, ami was seized
upon under the railroad grant. On last
Monday the parties interested had the
laud surveyed, and will take legal step-
to hold tlie same."
Professors Long and Coe, and Mr.
Hull, of the liuUe'iu, all of San Fran
cisco, made a balloon ascension from
Woodward Gardens, on the 25th, iu
the presence of about 000 people.
When last heard (rom they had laud
ed in tlie tide marshes oastol Redwood
There were 82 deaths 111 San Fran
cisco last week.
An attempt was made by some one
to tire the garrison at. Vaiicourer on
Tuesday last, but timely discovery
Two detachments of U. S. soldiers,
belonging to the 4th Artillery, arrived
iu Portland last Saturday, and were
transferred and sent at once to the
Modoc country, says tbe.OrfiioHiVni.
Hon. J. IL Mitchell took his depart
ure from Portland for Sail Francisco
last Saturday ou the steamer Aju. A
salute of thirteen guns were fired in
honor of Hie event. A large crowd
were prstent to witness the departure,
and" bid the honorable gentleman
A Lodge of the degree of Rebekah is
soon to be organized at the Dftlles.