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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1873)
PACIFIC I'OANT NEW".
On Thursday of lt week Mr.
Church's residence in Portland va
nearly eonsnmed by fire. Inurapee
on the l.iHc aixl fiirniture amounted
to .000. covering all loss.-
Joseph Henrv. of San Francisco,
commuted suicide ou the 9th by tak
Portland m five h reveries, seventy-five
saloons and only one sausage
The Bulk'in fays a Chinese firm in
Portland i purchasing large qnantl
ties of flour for shipment to Hong
From the Statesman we learn that
the body ot Peter Cue. an intelligent
young German peddler, was found
dead on Soap Creek a few day5 ago.
He Is supposed to have been mur
dered for his money.
An immigrant with ten children ar
rived on the last steamer.
Ben Holladay has presented two
silver trumpets to the Oregon City
Two wolves killed ten sheep for Mr.
ff alker. of Yamhill a few days ago.
They ate a part of each, aiid hur
led the rest for future nse. Mr.
Walker salted the buried portions
with strychnine, and one meal more
was enough for those wolves.
East Portia iid is to have a fish mar
ket. Eggs in Walla Vt'alla were 8 cents
per dozen and ham 15 cents per pound
A Utah justice chargMf a jnryas fol
lows: "Yon kin go out and find a ver
dict If yon ca"t find .me of your
own. get the one the jury lat used.'"
The jury returned a verdict of suicide
in the ninth degree.
About $00 worth of work has been
done on the camp ground owned by
the Mthodits at Canby.
The Stite.imin of last week nays: A
singular accident occurred to a little
gtl Edith Miner near the Fair
rounds, yesterday. She was playing
with a gun cartridge, picking it with a
pin. when it exploded, the ball cutting
off the four lingers off be left hand and
the thumb of the right hand.
Brigham Young Boy the Modoes
did to the Commissioners jnst what
they thonght was being endeavored to
be done to them. He says lie endorses
Grant's Indian policy so far as it cor
rects abuses and fends to lasting peace,
and to the civilization of the Indians.
Ochecn, Cliief of the Snake band of
Piutes. h to remove his people lioni
the vicinity of the lava bed. where they
have been during the winter, to camp
Warner. He lias been a formidable
enemv in former Indian wars, but will
not sdd Captain Jack. lie oilers some
of his warriors to fight the llodocs.
Gov. Booth, of Cal.. pardoned the
boy Sampson, sentenced to tlie prison
for one day, for killing John Wilson.
John Fabre, a Frenchman, was found
dead in his bed at San Francisco, on
Petalunia. Cal., is rejoicing over
San Diego. Ca! ladies stuff their
pauiers with sea-moss.
Indians are. reported impudent and
saucy on Burnt river. Oregon, and ou
Snake river, near the mouth of the
Weiser, in Idaho.
lAt Sunday some unlawful shoot
ing was done near Booster Rock, on
the Columbia river. E. J. Taylor
peppered k man named Allison with
buckshot. The Sheriff now holds
The Statenm-m says the Capitol Oom
' missiouers have not yet adopted any
plans tor the State building.
On the 11th a party of five Indians
entered leptha Harrison's house, about
eight miles from Walla Walla, and
threateningly demanded matches and
tobacco. Harrison ordered ri.ein out
and closed the door; The Indians at
tacked the bouse and broke down the
door three times. Harrison managed
to knock two down with a hatchet,
when a third came to their assistance
with a pistol. Harrison closed with
him and a severe struggle took place
for the pistol, when the Indian being
about to get the Ixl of it, Harrison's
daughter picked up the hatchet and
struck him twice on the head, which
laid him out. Immediately after the
alarm was given, the neighborhood
collected and the five Indians wore
captured. Two succeeded in maki::g
their escae on the road to town, but
the balance were lodged in jail. Har
rison aays over seventy Indians art
camped In the ueighlxlrliood. and he
is collecting arms to take home with
On the 7th lust. Governor Grover
telegraphed Gen. John K. Boss, of
Jacksonville, as follows : "Besides the
men sent you, Baker will raise a sepa
rate company in Douglas county.
These, with Mason's companv in the
Basin. I think will be enough. 011
frey Is tilling Brook's requisitions for
supplies in PortlaiMl to-day. Baker
trill our lit his men in Eosebu'rg."
Baker county H organizing a mill
Capt. John Smith, of the Warm
Springs Reservation, writes to an ex
change: "The Indians of this reser
vation perfectly quiet airrl atten
tive to their own pursuits. Tliev are
much grieved that any rumors should
obtain ficlief a to their disaffection.
Thev say. is it not enough that we
send onr fathers, brothers and relatives
to fight for the whiles? What other
thing can we do to make the whites
believe in ik if offering our lives in
their behalf is not enough?"
The Rosebmg Pannymph says;
"Orders have lieen received for forty
mow men for the Modoc service, to
protect settlers in this Stale. They
are to form a company in connection
with those already gone, and elect
their own officers."
The citizens of Walla Walla county
have paid their county tax in full, de
linquent and all. and in only one in
stance did the Sheriff have to sell
Two young men at Eugene City,
named R. Wan; and lohn Brown, got
into a quarrel last Friday, resulting in
Ware stabbing brown, it is supposed,
mortally. Ware was arrested.
A Steilacoom stationer advertises
"for sail blank deads, both quitclaim
& guarantee bills nv sail, nmrgiges.
kotifrnetsaud all kinds ov lege) blanks,
Three men engaged in digging a
grave in Umatilla county. tlie 23d ulf
disgraced themselves by getting into a
Denver. Colorado, is bothered with
wild Texas cattle, rushing through
the streets and bawling for something
to eat. Some of tiieni belong as far
as 75 miles from there.
The Unlletfn U authority for saying
that a firm in that city pays at the
rate of $.15,000 a year for a column of
advertisements in a Liverpool ship
ping paper. Monstrous.
t he Capital Library Association of
Salem has opened its rooms to the
public. It has some sixty papers on
The Sioux Indians are reported as
willing to fight the whites, man to
man. on open ground.
Picking at a giant percussion cap
leaves Tommy Levins, of Baker City,
one finger the less.
Mr. lames Elgin, nine u iles from
Saleili, has discovered a bed of iron
ore of a rich quality.
M. G. Upton, of San Francisco, has
been appointed Commissioner of Deeds
The Walla Walla Spirit still thinks
there is real danger from Indians east
of the mountains.
The people of Roeburg have putrid
sore throat and the horses epizootic.
The epizootic lias reached Lewis
county. W. T.
After a rest of three months Olym
pia has bad another earthquake.
Judge Mosher gives up the editor
ship of the Plainffiiler for the ermine.
Portland ladles it is estimated,
spend fo.000 a year for false hair.
A centnrv plant is preparing to
bloom in San Francisco.
Salem Mills were paying 75 cents
for wheat this week.
Tlie Corvaliis Warehouse Company
have filed articles of incorporation.
Gen. Davis is exiM'etwl at Portland
from Yreka this week,
They have a live seal in Portland.
Opera House Bloekt anient, Oregon,
MRS. A. J. RIELY, PROP'R.
'T'HIS HOUSK WILL UK KEPT IX FIRST
A class order, and with attentive and
So Chinese Cooks Employed.
1 am prepared to furnish good accommo
dations to the traveling public, and will
ipw every endeavor to tneril the patronage
of the public. Resjniar boarding at very
CiT free Coach to the house. 24v5
The standard remedy Tor Coughs, In
fluenza Hir' Thrift;, W touting Cough,
Croup, lAvr Complaint, BrttlKhUU, Jilt uling
fit th; lAtng. :in.! every affection of the
Throat. Lnngsand Chest, including Con
ge M cries.
WWW HnKam of Wild cherry
does not dry up a (;oiurh. but loosens it,
cleanses the lungs, and ullavs irritation,
thus mooting tlu-vavwof the complaint.
None genuine unless signed I. Rcrrs.
Prepared by Si tii W. KoWLE A 8oks, Bos
ton. Sold by Rf mjtuTOK. Htkttkb A
Co., San Kraiieisit), and by dealers gen
(tfn9A per day. Agents wanted! All
9tl9nf classes of working people, of
either sex, young or old. make mow mon
ey at work for us in their snare moment
or nil the time, than at anything else Par
ticulars free. Address 0. Stlnson A Co.,
Pthlland; Maine. mi
W. H. KUHN & CO..
Wholesale and Itetail Dealers in
KHKLF AMI IILU I
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
IRON AND STEEL,
UAH ant) EMI if MM,
HICKORY A OAH SPOKES,
Beitl Rlsns, Shafts, Poles, Ac.,
WO OB AMD WILLOW WARE,
All of whiolt are now ottered to the pub
lic at low rate. As we make the business
a specialty, we can and will keen n better
assortment, hi lower prices, than any
house in t hi city.
TT . ri. IV 1 i t A AJ.t
Momcith fire-proof brick, first street.
Albany, June 14,tt?M!v4
DRY GOODS. ETC.
- y- zi
9 B 7,
'So r a
- ft 5 0
Manofactiires Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Machin
ery? WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
(bum And mum cahtiihj".
J lUIF-t' 1 I . US
Particular attention paid torepalrmif all
kinds 6f machinery 41vJ
Murder In Albuny
HASNEVKR YKTBEEN KNOWN, AM)
no ihrttatening of it at present.
Is a thing which sometime most befall
every son and daughierot the human fam
ily ; and yet.
At the !Uid-djr,
Of your life, if disease lays Iris vile hands
iiKin von. there iss ili "a balm in Gfiead,"
hy whiih von may be rustered tonerfeet
heahh. an Ipro.ong yonr days loa miracu
By calling on
K. C. HILL & SOX,
With ft prescription, where you can hitve
ii compounded by oite exrerlencoii in tlia'
particular line Also, cons antly on hand
a goo I assortment of frc-h Irngs, patent
medicines, elicmicalu, aints, oils, dye
suttls, trusses, etc. Agents for the
Celebrnt.d Unh Weed Itemrdy,
Or, Oregon Rheumatic Cnre ; Dr. 1). Jayne
A Sons' medicines, etc,
Sneitec's Positive Hint Seratlve Powders
kept In stock. Also agents for the
Home Shuttle Sewing .naehine,
One of the most useful nfoces of household
I'unilittre extant. Call and examine
It. C. HILL A SON.
Albany, June 10,71-40v3
GEO. F. F.TTLEniER,
(Successor to D. W. Waketleldl,
Parrlsirs Sen Building, FirstSlreet,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure, and of the
Physicians prescriptions carefully com
pouHded. Albany, tK-t. 17, 1M(-Btf
A. CAROTHERS & CO.,
CHENICAIA, OILS, FAIN'CN, DTEN,
ULAKS, LAMPN, L"IC,
PATENT MEDICI L,
flNK CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
and Toilt't Goods.
Particular care and promptnfiss given
Physicians' prescript ions and Family Rec
A. CAROTHKR3 & CO.
STOVES AMDTI N W ARK.
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
COOK, PARLOR AND ROX,
S T O V K S !
of the best patterns.
ALSO: TIX. MIKET IRON AXft COP
And the nsnal assortment of furnishing
goods to be obtained in a tin store.
Repairs neatly and promptly executed,
on reasonable terms.
Nhortreekonluga make longrrienaa,
FRONT STREET, AtBAJf ti
be. 5, 18W-1
HEKRI F. sAYRS,
General BuSiessJiiuiiraace Agent,
QPECIAL ATTENTION tfven tothead-
KJ JIMUII ion ot iiiroun.s.
made In all pars of tlieS n'c
Umee next door above Bee Hive Store,
Klrst st reel . Albany, Oregon. v5n30
MOROF, .V MTABUER,
MoniiRieuts, Obeiks, Tombiv
Head and Foot Stone,
California, Vermont and Italian
HRANCII MIOP AT ALBANY.
General Repair Shop
rPIIB L'KDERSIMNKI) HAVING ItE
A turned id AH any, and taken his old
slum on corner ol t.isworth anil Second
streets, announces his readiness to attend
to ail kinds of
BLACKSMITHING MILL & MACIIINR
Also, has on hsnd and for sa!o, tho
and other PLOWS
WOOD'S fit:. PER & MOWER,
which lit vill sell on the most rcasonaMs
UORSE SHOEING- -All ronud.$2
IVK MK A (AIX.
All work entrnited to me will receive
prompt attention, mid lie executed in the
liesi possible liiunncr, wi h(io6d material.
A shan' ot public pn'ronufte i soiidted.
fcu shop on con eri; iswor handSbeonJ
s; ice s, opposi o Picne's Ki m .
lv4 V. woon.
"ETA VINO Al l 1.1 VASTLY TO trt'R
11 facidiiesor dispensing his dciight'
in, and heahh-tflvlnu' beverage, we would
unnounec 10 our former nitrons, ami tt
nub.ic generally, that w owe fully prei:arid
frem one of i hose cIchiii
Tuft's Arctic Fountains,
to supply soda of (he best quality in nn
liml'c'l qnantitles to nil who may favor us
WILL, DURING THE
SPRING and SUMMER,
be delivered to families ordering through
out the city.
Ilenlera Kapplled nt Liberal Itnle.
A CAROTHIiRS A CO.,
XE3. LS EICHAU'S
After t.:n ypars' trial an this Tout has
proven i.'BjJl'n only curative in anrtainrlats
of disease a pr muuiiccd hy medical prectiUon.
era as iucuriiblo. ,
Df.LoBi3h:fl's GOLDEN BALAAM No.i
cures Chancres first and rccond s'rgcs, Sores on
thsLrgsorBjJy; Sjro Ears, Tycs, Kcse, tc.
Cjp;r."obred Blotches, Pyj-hllltlc CaUrrh,
Dlwas d BMlp, un l nil primi ry fcrma f th
diseaso kn w:i i SyphiliB. Price, $0 per hot
tie, or twj fjr $3.
Df.LiHljla'iClLCEH BALSAM Ho.2
cur?s Tertiary, Mercurial, Svphllitic Rheuma
tism. Pains ia tho liuuc s, 1 u k f (be Kn k, CI.
ccratcd Sjra TUnat, fcyi lillitlc Hash, Lumps
unci Contracted C rJn. BtifrncM of the Limbo,
and eradicates all dlsovis from the ryBkm,
whether caused by indist rcticn or tbxise ot
morcunr loT;n? tho hlotKl purr and hsahhy.
Price, f 5 per bottle, or t ,v.. (or tD.
Di. Ls Rhhaos GOLDEN HHAN-
tlJots, for the Curo ot fiomicrhass. Gleet, in,
tatlo , Oravcl, and ill I r my j r (icnital
disarrangeraentj. Price, $2.t0 ixr bottle.
Dr. Le Hi lira's G0L1JFN SFAN1EB IN-
j "'i hi, a we.li and injcrtlo-- fi r scrrfs taars
ol Ojnnorhon, In Jinmf tory Gleet, Ktrirtmts,
and all dlsniBss of the Kidneys and fil,".dajr.
Price, $I.W per b.ittlo,
Alw Awat M DR. IE r.ICEAU'a CCIDEBT
PIJjTjB for Swninnl M.-nlin. Sifl. Frnls-sIoiw.imn'ti.'n-y,
und all i .anusciikiritfinBi
Masturbation snditni-iilvo ilevs, JrV' ,I-1
p-r bJttls, tho B-mitt." Caunut Rauuv Is
put uponlf In rou'id bottl.
Oa WMpt of prirp, aw swdleines wl
be son U all p-ris ot tho r vnirc, l v rr
i r mailt e 'uiviy pm-ked and fcW from et ....
vation, 8ol Aie-nts,
Wholes! and itetull ItsiBMikM soic
vawnistB, h w . r. n jp k iwui
ItfBtt. Oil rratic.'Ko,