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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1873)
" ALBANY REGISTER. " g.
W. C. TWEEDALE,
UFA I.Eli IN
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
Wat strive to kekp the best
of gh in mu liw unit Mfl al Ik 1nu
ml living rale. Ciiil und six iiw. 24e5
At orih llrow iisvllle,
KIRK, HUME a CO.,
AUK STII.L SEI.L1N0
MtY GOODS, CLOTHIM,
liOO'i'X, MIOES, HAXDW tKi:,
of which they kp on ban I a full stock,
MI'lWV able 10 ;lt "r,'t- us
usual, for Cash r Produce.
WlllallK-aMi'tolmv and sell (.rains
of all kinds, or attend to storing or fer
wurdiii ' If at their Warehouse in Halscy.
lilvc us a trial KlltK, Hl'MU & CO.
J. W. BALDWIN,
Vtloiii! J ami Counselor nt Law,
WILL PRACTIO IS ALLTllECoiirts
in the H 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts, in the Sunreme Court of Oregon,
jui 1 in hfl 1'. 8. District an 1 Circuit ( o.irts.
oms m PawUh brick, mi. stairs:, in
otnw occuplol by the UiteX.H.Cmnor,
First street, AJ'ntny, UfCgon. to.5M
I. It. SItTI'llKIil. n,LF11-
Attorneys mid Counselor nt law,
, OLICITOR8 IXCHANOKBY AND PROC-
tOM in admiralty. Olttce over the Old
mt office, front street, Portland, Oregon,
J. P. HOWELL. UfUXK.
POWELL & FLIXW,
tttorncy d Counclom at Ihw.
4 M) HOMCITOIIB IX CHAXCJiltY L.
A Kllnn notary public), Albany, Oregon.
Collections and conveyances promptly at
"w.ttT JONES, 51. O.,
AI.IUM , OKKUO.
I). 31. .UNES.
J. LINKKY HILL,
ml' A' HIM,.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
ALB AN V, OREliON.
OFFICE -SUITI! SIDE FIRST STREET,
iro-stalrs, in J. M. Beach's store-house.
T. W. IIAISBIN, M. n.,
Physician and Surgeon,
OmCK Kit TfKKELL-S hTOKK,
First street. Residence- Thlrd-st..
0110 ddot west if Met hodist church. 37-4
UKO. W. OKAV, D. O.
D0K8 ALL WORK IX THE
line of his nrotesslon 111 1 ne
iM'cilt, Hl Hlft 11 j)JW
.....rlwuC tnaiMilutttniumntii used for
t he naliiless extraction of teeth, if desired.
A1. . ... ,.l,'..n fn inn mm.
ramcniur ninnm"" --o-
liitlon of t hildivirs teeth.
Dental eonsultatlot!; and exaininat . ins
l'i.l'v Oltamoa moderate. Nillsfiiellon
SRxSeipeelniona ol his roftinaii-
"oFFlOK-ln Punish Brick BtoejkV up
LEFFEL Jk MYERS'
And Wt-Heral Mill Maehluery.
J. F. BAC'KKXSTO, Aftent,
lv3 Allmiiy, Oreiton.
The Eye I The Earn!
DK. T. L. WOLDEN,
OrullRt mid AurNt, Albany, Oregon.
R. (iOI.DKX IS A
bwii 'I t
..M (tntliiihiilf iHH'tm.
son of the noted AH
: v iih? iin'i
..xixiricnce In trealiiJK
. . . ...... l..,t '
k mfl lei t -of ilvlnd entire sntlsfact on to
care. April W.W.
Mannfheturer of and dealer In
A Mood Artlele r n Fair Prlre.
IMitlimlnr attention m I to RFii'AiitiNO.
3. R. Hcrresi, Pfoprtffter.
WILL KNTtKA VOR TO I1K ALWAYS
sin nlie 1 with th- lH-st meats 10 le
liivl In the market, and will he ever rendy
loHccoiiuno tttte thoso whonaiy h nrhlui
T WANT TO ni'V A PAIR OF WHITE
1 tailed Deer, two female h'nek-tallefl
deer, anil the skeleton of a whltttal!ol
deer-that of a book mi'ferred. Address
me at Albany, Oregon.
O. P. S. PLl'MMEBi
.VJbany, Fobruary JH.lsWwt
Maxi:facti ri;d axd adji stkd
espocially for the Paellle Coaft by the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH CO.
of EL: in, Illinois, viz :
WATCH, and we most confidently rec
ommend ihem to the public, possessing
more (food finalities for the pi kv than any
other Watch In the market.
We also keep all other Innnds of Elgin,
Wnllham and Swiss Watches, Clock, Jew
elry, silver and Plated Wore,
Din moi id S j x h t; k- 1 os,
all of which we offer at the lowest nosslhlM
I I 1 1 o IIKON.,
gT Renal ring a specialty, and satisfac
tlon guarantoeu. UvJ
THE I'XUERSKiXED HEREBY AX
nouneca to the citizens of Albany and
Linn county, that he has just opemia
in this city, in the ft re-proof brick former
ly known as J. (ianter's. I shall keep on
liand and for sale all :;oods iicrfninlng to
Bay Hue of business, ut lowest living rates.
Especial a! tent inn jiaid to repairing fine
time-pieces, wherein an experience of
many .years enables me, I trust, to give
fc,r" All goods sold and work done, war
ranted. CHAS. BOl'lKiARDEf.
Albany, Jan. 31, UTs-fflvs
OUT OF THE FIRE!
8. J. MCCORMICK,
IS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS NUMER
OUS friends, patrons, and the public in
general, that he has
HID . Or3E3SrElT3
FitiMtMN Booh Stork,
1 FIRST STREET,
(NKXT TO (JKNTEAL MAKKKT)
with a couiplota stfH'k of
Cutlery, Ac, Ac.,
Whleh he will dispose of at
The Lowewt Pricses !
For all the popular
SliWf J'APlilM AND MAUAMXEM
whk h will
I Hu rt d In any nirt or the" city.
PorUand, Feb, 7, WS-aW
Opra House Mock, MUcnt, Or Kon,
M1W. A. J. RIKLY, PROP'B.
THIS HOI SK WILL BE REIT IX FIRST
clas order, anil with attentive and
Ho Chi n cMi- Cooks Employed.
I am preimn-d to furnish goo laccommo
ila'lonsto tho traveling puhile, ami will
itsismqf endeavor to merit the patronage
of the mtbllo. Regular poanlhtgat very
ii iff Kree Coach to the house. vS
FraU Tree, Wrane Vine, &v.
rpiIK I NDEPSKiNED INM'I'ES THE
JL attention of the p d!le to his large and
complete stock of
and ol Ivor 'i'REKH.
Also, (JBAPK VI KS lies: in i lie state;
Ornamental Tiih-s, Shrubs, Plants. Cur
rants, (ifnise'sn rii s, S'lUWherrlee, Roses,
liahllasand Bull)) which will be sold as
low as tlrst-class stock can be atTordc 1. '
Nov.U-Mvf J. A. Mil. LARD.
flT Subscribers finding an X after their
names are informed that tholrsuiiscription
expires with that numlier.uindtheyare In
vited to renew it. Tcruia-t3 per annum,
hindrance; sixinonths.W; three months,
PAi'iric coant news.
A lynx four feet and a half long was
caught in Union county the other day.
A Yamhllitan is maiinfacturiiig a
cultivator of his own invention.
'i'lio religions revival at Boise City
is bearing tnuirihle fruit. A jmrse of
gold dust worth $05 was reeently pre
sented to the minister.
The Sutnmerville and Walla Walla
wagon road company is now making
preparations to build the road the
coming season. -
Two prisoners at the penitentiary
cut. split and piled up nine cords of
wood iu one day. last week.
The printing of the laws passed at
last session of the Legislature, is about
Oregon is estimated to contain about
61,000.000 acres of laiffl. of which tire
Government had surveyed, up to June
30. 1S72. only 10.140.2S1 acres, or a
little over one-sixth ol the entire area.
The area of Washington Territory
is estimated at 45.000.000 acres. Up
to .rune 30. 1872. only 5.773.719 acres
bad been surveyed. Idaho contains
55.000.dH) acres, of which 1.524.055
had been surveyed; Utah, 54,000.000.
and 3,702,940 surveyed, and Arizona
72.000.OIK). with only 1,951.343 acres
surveyed- These figure? serve in some
measure to show what a small portion
of the Pacific is "yet known to the
The Grand Master of the Masonic
Order in Washington Territory has
decided that every unaffiliated Master
Mason has the right to petition any
particular Lodge in this jurisdiction be
may choose, for mehtljernhip therein.
A rejection for membership does not
per m impair his Masonic standing, nor
his privilege of renewing bis applica
tion at any time: or, should he so de
sire, of applying to any other Lodge
in the jurisdiction for affiliation.
Three deaths from epizootic occur
red at Corhme, Utah, on the 21st.
The Gentiles at Salt Lake are repre
sented as having no contention with
the mass of the Mormon people, but
are against their teachers and tyrants
of the Mormon Priesthood.
It was reported at Fort Benton last
week that the famous Sioux ludiau
chief, Sitting Bull, was killed reeently
at Fort Peck. Montana, by a half
breed interpreter naiued Ben Ware,
while helping himself to goods at the
trading post at that place.
About 2,000 valentines passed
through the San Francisco Postolllce
on the 14th.
Ben Ilolladiiy, Jr., lias purchased the
propeller California, 074 tons, for
$45,000. she is to mn between San
Francisco and Humboldt Bay.
Fine sponge is found on the coast
near San Diego. hL This may be
come an important industry.
A California paper says, "Oregon
ladles put ou the pearl powder so
thickly that the beans have to get new
dress coats every little while, and they
are getting irritated." A He by the
They steal chickens down in Call
tornia and then charge it on the Chi
nese. A California journal says Oregon
wants the Modoc Indians wiped out.
but they want Unc'efsain to do it fhr
them. No wonder they quake In
California, they tell so many big liw.
A Pinehi, Cal., jury got mad the
other day because their lunch was re
fiied them, and woukln't do business
until it was. Yea. they think more of
their bellies there than tliey do of jus
tice. Isaac ReJiinson was shot throngh
the heart twid kill by ex-City Marslial
John J. Watkiusou at Yallejo, Cal.,
on che 21st. A woman was u the
bottom of the difficulty..
The (h-niHimi says it is Informed
that a gentleman residing iu the vicin
ity of Hillsboro recently discovered a
rude and ancient gun deeply imbedded
iu the earth. It seems to Inure be
longed to the aborigines ol long ago.
The bin rel of copper with a lim or
bund around the breech, and it v with
out lock. A match stock is made of
oak, and is of peculiar workmanship.
It was til lie sent to 'Dave Railety of
Fast Portland, as an addition tx his
Miss Clara Watt, a graduate of the
Willamette University, has been eft
gaged a a a assistant in the CouaUis
San Francisco has nine murder cases
on baud for trial, two of which are
The Salem City Council has elected
Perry Herren policeman and fixed bis
salary at $75 per month.
Portland has a movement on foot to
organize an excursion party to attend
the centennial celebration. Quite a
number have expressed their intention
to be present.
A new M E. Church is to be built
at Halsey the coming Springand Sum
mer. On Thursday evening ot last week,
the Warm Spring Indians, numbering
about 100, men, women and children,
gave a public entertainment at the
Skating ltink at the Dalles, consisting
of a number of different war dances.
The Indians who took part in the per
formance were stripped to the waist
and covered with war paint. TIk en
tire entertainment was very exciting,
and to be appreciated had to be wit
nessed. Mary, daughter of Hon. J. F. Gaz
ley, died nt Canyonville on the 19th
Inst., aged 10 years.
Citizeusof McMinnvilletalk of com
bining to build a large warehouse there
next summer, for wheat storage.
J. C. Wells killed a large she panther
on the South Fork of SLiry's river,
The winter in Southern Oregon is
reported to have been the mildest ever
known. Grass is green, and cattle are
Mrs. Mary Watson, aged 02 years,
who had lived in Benton County since
1847, died recently.
Whooping-cough prevails extensive
ly over tlie State.
Marion Gale, formerly ot Eugene,
will shortly commence the publication
of a Democratic paper in Umatilla
On tlie 1 2th inst., a hotel at Marsh
field. Coos Bay, belonging to J. S.
MeNamara, was destroyed by fire.
The new vessel now on the stocks at
North Bend, Coos Bay, will: be largest
ever launched hi Oregon,
From the Coroillis Gazette : During
tlie past week Monroe Hodges, Esq.,
sold his farm of 040 acres, situated on
Soap Creek, to Mr. "Red" Wells. The
price was $8,000.
The Plaimktder says a new map of
Roselmrg has been made which takes
in the Railroad Addition. Lots arc hi
demand there at present.
Wiley Chapman has been confirmed1
Collector at Sitka.
The heaviest ascent ou the Northern
Pacific Railroad, so lar as finished,, is
at the mte ot 53 feet to the mile.
Tliree-tonrths of the whole length i
below an average of thirty feet to- the
A street In Sacramento sunk about
two feet tlie other day.
Isaac Robinson was sliot ana killed
on tlie night of the 21st at Vallejo,
In a quarrel at Vlsalia. Cal., on the
2lst Nelson Allen was shot In the
forehead by one of two brothers named
Blovd. Allen was In a critical condi
tion. The Peace Commission is reported
as divided iu sentiment. Case is for
unconditional surrender, while Meach
am and Applegatc think the Modocs
have been badly treated. Odeneal had
been sent for. This was on the 22(1.
The nils used In the Northern Pa
cific Railroad weigh fifty-six pounds
to the yard.
Produce of all kinds Is very scarce,
and commands good flgcrcs in Salt
Lake. Celery and other vegetables
are shipped from the East to meet the
demand of consumers.
A Corinne (Utah) paper of tlie 23th
u't. says a train of the Utah Northern
Railroad struck a snow drift of about
sixty feet In depth and half a mile
long, whereat the engineer neiied up
the full power of Ins narrow gauge
engine, shot into and through tlie
formidable obstruction, going out at
tlw opposite etid like an arrow, leav
ing behind him a tunnel resembling a
burrowed rat bole. This settles the
question pf blockades on tlie narrow
It is reported, says tlie Portland i
llitlle'ii), that the South Portland Real
Est'-te Association have offered the
Northern Pacific Railroad Conuumy
I 50 acres of ground for railroad uses
! opposite the Carmher's Addition iu
! this city, along the Willamette River
, front. Hon. D P. Thompson, of
i Clackamas County, now iu the Atlan
tic States, has authority it is said. to.
! perfect and ratify the donation. At
' tlie present rate of real estate this gift
; would amount tcMiearly $100,000.
The Nevada City military herov.i
want to go tQ. light, tile Modocs.
Miss Belle Skinkle Is delivery clerk
in tlie Olympla Poatofflce.
Hon. J. H. Mltehell arrived in New
York on Saturday last
Washington's Birthday was observ
ed at Vancouver, Oregon City ami
The Uivtette says the labratory of
Corvallis College has lately been sup
plied with an additional lot of chemi
cals. "The Siracoe Reservation," says a
correspondent, "embraces all the good
land in Kittitas Valley, and extends
within 45 miles of the mouth of the
Yakima on the south side, and up to
Yakima City. Some of the Indians
have farms on the reservation, own
work horses, plows and wagons, and
live and work a good deal like white
Jesse Applegate la Chairman of the
Modoc Peace Commission, and' O. C.
Applegate is Secretary.
Tlie Upper Columbia is said to be
lower now than at any corresponding
period In the season for years.
They have began to plant potatoes
in Benton county.
The bursting of a gun ih the hands
of Rev. J. M. Lovell, of Dalles, last
week, injured his eyes, but bow much.
Is not told.
It is thought the wheat crop In Yam
hill county will not be quite as large
as it was last 3rear.
The Indianapolis Journal ol the 23il
ult. among other published proceedings
of the Indiana Legislature has this :
"A recess was then taken by the House
for the purpose ot receiving General
Tom. Bennett, Governor of Idaho,
most of the members came fbrwanl
and tendered their respects."
A Farmer's club has been organized
at Pleasant Grove, Yakima with flat
The petrified hotly of an Aleut In
dian has recently been discovered bv
some hunters at or near Kodiak, Alas
ka, in a cave.. The body was that of a
large sized man. and was as complete
ly preserved as if it had only been
embahned yesterday. The hair, teeth
and otlier portions were as perfect as
at the moment of death. It is now ui
the possession of' Collector Charon of
The following is from Saturday's
A band of sixty Warm Spring In
dians arrived in town on Wednesday
amr marched through our. streets to
the Gairison. where they encamped.
This is the company that was lately
raised at the solicitation of General
Canny to act as scouts against the Mo
docs; but as hostilities have been sus.
pended, their services were not re
quired. To show his good Intentions
toward these Indians. General Caoby
ordered General Saxtou, the Chief
Quartermaster of tlie Department of
tlie Col nuibi. to hare Issued to this
company of Indians a full smt of cav
alrv fathrtie uniform, eousistimrofhat.
boots, overcoat, blouse and pants.
This dutv Was performed by General
Saxton Iu ix-rson on Thursday morn
ing last. In the afternoon our street
were apparently filled with U. S.
cavalry soldiers. The Indians seem
much pleased with tlieir good fortune
in getting so cheaply a suit of good
The average price of wood in East
Portland is $2 50 per cord.
The Bulletin says tlie barber at East
Portland is about to remove for want
of patronage; that EiK PortliMMlers
are not barberonsly Inclined.
The lMletin says r Tho Chine
gambling liawits of Portland are over
ly eromlcd nightly. The police find
it of no use to make descents upon
them, for the reason that State laws
conlllct with city ordinances, and the
parties are discharged on appeal,
throwing-cota trfton tlie city. There
is no law in Ora?n to prevent int-
Hie Calilomifti Acclimatization So
ciety have fcoai raising Slainese-tw'nis
trout trout joined together by a. con I.
San Jose is tantalizing Eastern peo
ple bemuse they are all frozen up.
will San J ise Is luxuriating. in green
peas and "all sorts of garden track."
The horses of Sacnuiiento'iire rapid
ly bring laitl out by tlie epizootic. The
orthodox joke there now is to ask the
owner of a sick Iwrse where is he go
ing to drive to, and lie answers, "Oh.
A new bridge lias heem completed
at Upper and Lower. Stellacoom. The
ladies gave $70 towards it
Silver City felt distinct shock of
earthquake oh the 13th inst.
The Seattle Dtyxitoh says : "About
11 o'clock on Sunday night, two large
whales were seen for over half an hour
swimming ar.wmd tlw bay near tlie
mill boom."" Very novel proceeding-
The Setml Coal Company is now
taking onfc gft tons of coal per day..