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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1873)
IIVSIAI, AXD COM M EKC I A I. .
ioW In Xew York, IU.
Ugal Tenders, 87088c.
Kxchangu on San Francisco la
cent, preinirtm ; on Xetv York llg f
The Barracouta, WM at Astoria
ready for sea on Tuesday. She takes
away 1,212. 400 lbs. wheat, and 17.
tlitf quarter sacks flour total value of
nrrjjo, 42,t)50. The Hoswell Sprague
lies at same place, awaiting favorable
opportunity to commence lier voyage.
Liverpool wheat quotations show a
flight decline : Average, 12s l 12s
SW ; ChiU 12s fid t 13s 2i. Private
dispatches, received at Portland on
Tuesday, indicated a still further de
cline, and prices weak at quotations.
It is now announced by the Portland
ilalies that the Tamaya, (100 tons. U the
only vessel en route for that city that
for a certaiuty will bike wheat to Liv
erpool. Her cargo is nearly all en
gaged. Unless rates advance mater
ially in Liverpool, it is probable no
more vessels will come to Portland for
grain until after the coining harvest,
leaving the preseut surplus on hand to
lie over another season, or to be for
warded to San Francisco at probably a
less figure than at present obtaining, is
the opinion of Portland journals.
The linaucial outlook of the suite is
somewhat clearer, and a more general
belief in easier times coming main
wins. We observe no change in the San
Francisco markets, quotations remain
ing about the same as last week.
Portland quotations give wheat at
$1 00 f cental for ordinary lots. Oat
580c bushel receipts falling
off. Butter Common country 1837e
?lb. Eggs 20c f dozen.
Xo notable change in city market8.
Wheat prices fluctuate sadly, one day
up and the next down. Our buyers
have paid 65, 70 and 75c per bushel
during the week for wheat.
Merchants tell us tlie week has been
n very dull one. very little produce
having been received, and prices clos
ing last week's quotations.
Oats 40S45c? bushel.
Butter1525c f lb., as to quality.
Kggs 20c f dozen.
Fruit Dried apples, 6'..c; plums,
Pork Sides, 11c; hams, 12c; shoul
ders, 8c fib.
Lard In 10 lb. cans, $1 25; in kegs,
Chickens 3 6033 ? dozen.
Weather fine roads rapidly improving.
Mormons at Salt Like arc confident
of their ability to defeat the efforts of
the Administration not only present,
Two Douglas county hunters certify
to a snake with two heads. We won
der if they were not seeing double at
t lie time. Most an v kind of liquor will
It is proposed to have a course of
factum on the Fair Grounds at the
next State Fair, on agricultural stib
The organization of a militia com
lny is being attempted at Yaqtllua
Bay, for mutual protection in case of
The Pl'ttfltlr says : "A a proof
of the mildness of the climate in this
valley we can state, that last week we
received from B. P. Smith, a supply of
cjelery. lettuce, onions and tongue
gra raised from his garden this win
ter. The celery was over two feet long,
very white, and crisp, in fact the best
we have ever seen raised in Ore
gon." ltev. S. J. Wilhoit. of the M. E.
hureh South, has purchased two lots
at Harrisburg on which he proposes to
erect, during the coming summer, a
fine church edifice for the use of his de
Tlie President's message on the
Utah affairs was a stunner to the Mor
mons. They thought their power was
impregnable at Washington, hut the
message disabuses their minds ot that
At Logan, Utah, on tlie 14th. David
Crockett, jr.. was shot and killed by
'barley Benson. No provocation.
A maa named James Beatty was
killed at WWtelaw's Station. Arizona,
recently, by au unknown man. About
the same time one Mexican killed an
other in a dance house in Phoenix of
the ame Territory.
Hon. A. B- Meacham arrived at
Yreka, (,'al., on the evening of the Kith
from Washington, and was to proceed
the next day to Van Bremer's to meet
tlie other Peace Com mlsriouers.
1 rains on tlie Utah Central were in
a state of blockade by snow drifts ou
All tlie principal mines of Utah will
be represented at the Vienna Exjwsi-tioii.
The Australian cable bill was
pasml by the Senate on the 18th.
Stephen Preston has been pre
sented to the President as .Minister
resident from llayti.
By the burning of a tenement
house in New York City on the
18th, two children left locked in a
room during the absence of their
mother, were consumed.
The salary of the .Mayor of Den
ver, Colorado, is ? 1,800 per annum.
The daughters of the late Horace
Greeley wiil siieiid next summer in
the Greeley colony in Colorado.
One of the postoftice letter car
riers ot San Francisco drew $10,000
in the Havana lottery recently.
The St. Louis Democrat says :
"Whales are running their noses
against that portion ot Iihode Is
land that sticks out into the water,
and the inhabitants are troubled
Richard Spencer, hanged on
January 8th at Kirkdale, England,
tor the murder of his mistress, was
born in jail, and his lather was
hanged for murder.
A mathometician says that if
Kansas was as densely peopled as
Massachusetts it would contain a
population of 17,000,000.
The ex-Emperor Napoleon III.,
during his life was subjected to no
fewer than sixteen surgical opera
tions, seven of which endangered
During the late storms, seven
J children going home from school,
lost their way and were frozen to
death between Sleepy Eye Iiike
ai.d Golden Gate, Brown county,
A Patterson, N. J., Iwy poured
scalding water in theear of his seven
year old sister just for fun. The
joke affected her fatally.
There were over 14,000 persons
sentenced to imprisonment for drun
kenness in Eugiaud and Wales last
A man at Eddvville, Ky., aged
00 years, has just been married to
his seventh wife, who is only twenty-two.
Me has been married eight
times, having been married twice to
his second wife, owing to a mistake
made by the clerk who issued the
The Oregon-ion says subscrip
tions were circulating in that city
last 7'uesday, to raise funds to pay
for printing a phamphlet for circu
lation in the East, giving informa
tion about Oregon. Hon. W, L.
Adams was to write it.
The number killed in the battle
ot the lava beds, including those
who have since died of wounds, is
A revival of religion is progres
sing in the several churches at
Hose City. Much interest ismani
tested, and the meetings continue
In the programme issued by the
old folks ot Olympia for their con
cert is the following unique post
scrip: "Alive money wh shall be
payed in for thys entertainment is
to go for ye improvement of ye
Town Hall, called Columbia," and
"N. ii, For af muche as ye young
women who singe are shamelafte,
ye youiigemennc are desired to look
awaie from em whenne they singe."
As the epizooty reaches New
Mexico, an editor in that Territory
breaks forth in the following pro
phetic strain : "The stage driver
will leave his lofty seat and rot
behind the docile jackass. His
lithe whip will rot while he goads
the patient donkey with a carajo
pole with a spike in the end ot it."
Work on a large new hotel, to
be erected at Kalama, has begun.
Portland had au increase of 26
marriages last year over that of the
Hoarding-house chicken soup can
be made, it is said, by hanging up a
hen in the sun so that her shadow
shall fall into a pot ot salt water.
The only trouble is that on a cloudy
day the soup is liable to be weak.
Miss Lena Clark is cashier of an
eastern bank. Missing a train re
cently she walked seven miles, with
the mercury 30" below zero, to keep
a business appointment.
P. 11. H.VYMOSl).
A. V. WHKKU'Ii.
KAY.ttO$! & WHEELER,
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, SCHOOL
Books, Blank Books and Stationery.
Choice Havana Cigars & Tobaeeo.
The largest stock of fine Candles anil ;
i uiuvt'i loiauics mer uroiu; in 10 Ainany.
Western Cnion Telegraph Oo.'s office.
(ioods In our line imported to order, at
shortest possible notice.
fc-ir The Only place in town where a
real good Cigar can is obtained.
frjrt'ALL ANO BEX, JM
U. W. UAmiLE, 31. !..
Physician, Surgeon & Aceouclieiir,
FF1CE First street, two doors eiist of
C. Mcaley's Furniture Shop. lOwl
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
X. S. DC HOIS, - Proprietor.
BY STRICT ATTENTION T THE COM
fort and wellbeins of all guests of tire
house, t he proprietor hopes to deserve and
receive the gwrattmg putronujc of a dis
criminating public lSvj
WILL SELL IAS
Large A; Extensive Stock of
cfco., ctao., cfco.,
LOW RATES FOR CA8H.
He begs to call attention to his large
MENS' X BOYS' CLOTHING
which he Is determined to sell lower than
ever. Please cull and examine before pur
fcaT" Uememlier the address
grilhrhrst prlee paid for Country
J. F. MCCOY,
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING
his numerous friends and acquaint
ances that ne has on hand u large supply
Saddle X litmus,
which he will sell at prices to milt the
At Hutler'N old stand, 1'lnUH,,
FLAX SEED !
Good Clean Seed furnMivd
Fanners for Sowing:.
Highont Cash Price
Paid on all contracts made prior to Janu
nry 1st. 1H78. Fanners have choice of wed
according to date of contract. Printed in
structions regarding the preparation of
soil, amount to the acre, average yield,
Ac., Ac. furnished to ail applicants.
Albany, Pee. :, TM lni'2 Soto Agents
Foiuidrymra, Hliu-kmnlihN and Cur'
SELECTED OLD TYMPANY'S LEHIGH
Coal: Jackson Creek, Cask and Bulk
Cnmlxirlnnd Coal ; Hard and Soft Pig Iron.
Being a specialty, the nl iovc. are selected
with great care for Interior consumers.
J. II. DOYLE,
413 and ill Pnclflcstreet, nnd 410 East street
wharf. Iictwcen Jackson and Pacini:, Han
Main, Yomnr A o.'s Column.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'
Take Ihe HilieKi Knnk.
HALI.ET. IIAVIS A UK'S PI.4.VON
have been selected by the EXecnnvc
Comniittec of the World's Jubilee as the
Vi'st I'innott. No ftlher Piano will U-
The gn ati -t liviiifr Pianist, who was lit
Boston, attending the Jubilee, says
The Ifallet, Onviw A o Plnuv
ezeebt, In every pni liniinr, nil oilier
Call and examine and sec tor yonrselvcs,
or send tor Price List and Circulars.
W. K. BADGER, Sole Agent,
at Snow A Hoos" Art l.allcry,
73 First street. I'oitiund.
RKV. J. W. ROOM, PltrMtH.Mti Ef
der of the Methodist Church, sun
Francisco, buj 9 : "In iny opiuion.ilrsrit
MooiIn A Co.- OryniM have no ennui
fqr richness uial sweetness of tone, with
great power, lain familiar with all the
niost jiroiiiineiu organs in tl i8rkei
buveOH ne l fonr different kinds, and tin
hesitatingly say I prefer those 0f ItoOIW
VH)ds to any other.'"
Send for Price List and Circulars for the
tinest Organ in the world.
VV. K. BAUtiES, Sole Agent
ut snow Boos Art (iallery,
. J? v1 1,1 cit land, Or.
A. B. .MORRIS,
laiVeNi LEASKI) R- fl'EAIlLEV
W A RE H O USE
WHEAT or OATS,
in unlimited nuanttties.
The Hlghent Market Price Pnjd
Club for Wheat aud Oats.
Parties wishing to store Ortlin, call make
ammgenicnts togetall the iHeS
rate H'rwurded at lowest
A sluire of patronage is solicited.
A. B. MOKK1S.
- -.VND -
General Repair Shop.
rpilE I NDER8IONEI) HA VINO UK
A tnni.etl to Alliany, and taken ids old
shop on corner of Ellsworth and Second
wreets, announces ids readiness to attend
to all kindsof
BLACKSMlTIIIVr;. MILL A MAC III N E
Also, has on hnud and for sale, the
and other PLOWS
WOOD'S RE. PER & MOWER
which lit vlll sell on the most reasonable
HORSE SHOEING All ronnd.$2;
am: nr. a cam..
All work entrusted to me will rccem
prompt attention, and be executed In the
lsisl possible manner, with good material.
A share of public pati-onage is solicited.
Bishop on corncrEllHwoithnnd StK'oml
streets, opposite Pierce's Ferrv.
10 4 F. W(K)D.
Needs! Keedw ! Seeds
T7IBESII FIELD, FLOWER HARDEN
IIACIIENY a stemme.
Corner First and Main sts., Portland.
63T Catalogue sent freo on application
" WILSON A: BROTHER.
Importers and dealers In
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc.
Can now supply nil orders In their line.
Also, just' received Invoice of
xlO to flOxl Inclusive.
Si. E. Cor, CnllfbriiiR A llrurain Nta
SAN FRANCISCO. ,1m
Jttfl49A'M'r ''"' Agenls wnnted! All
wOlUpAv classes of working people, of
mther sex, young or old, make more mon
ey at work for u in their spare moments,
or nil the time, than at anything else. Par-
ilculnrs free. Address (j. Htinson ft Co.,
ortland, Maine. liyi