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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1873)
W. C. TWEBDALU,
tiroceries, Provisions, Etc.,
XSJ1U. STKf VETO KKKP THE BEST
VV ot iooU in mv ilfl , '"id H t the ""'
mt living rate. CtiU ami see m. 24i
At North Brownsville,
KIRK, HUME & CO.,
AUK STILL BKIAISQ
dry goods, mmm
boots, (shoes, 1iabdwabe,
r which they keep ou hand a mil stock,
aawXeyto sell ftl lw t rate, as
usual, for tfcan or PriMltiee- .
Wtuaisobeablefo my and sell Gmhw
rt a i kinds, ..r attend to storing or tor
Give usn trial KIRK, HI. Mb U.
J. W. BALDWIN,
Altwru-y mid Counselor at Law,
Wn i PttACTlOB IN ALLTHKCourtt
thed, 3an" 4ih -fnltotal Dt
iriets in the , SKt'mme Court of ore-ton,
in, l in tSeUVa Dis'rlctan 1 Circuit t our s.
rtnHrS-fo Parrish brick, imi stairs), in
first street , Albany, Oregon. to-
iTOWKMT "L. klinn.
POWELL & FLINN,
Attorneys nd iiiiitelrf" at Law,
4 VD SOLICITORS IV CHANCERY fL.
A Fllnn notary nubile), A"a".v, OUJWJ.
Collections and conveyances promptly at
w. . joxes, m. d.,
J. LINSEY 11111.
B. H. JONES.
A- 1111. 1..
PHYSICIANS AND SCROEONS,
up-stttirs, m J- n. dshbii
T. w. iiaubis, n. .,
PhyMician hum Surgeon,
eKFICE OVER TLUMlELL'S &T01U5,
First street. Residence- Thtrd-st..
one door west of Me. ho list church. 87-4
CtBBK'S OTO S II. ;L DWT .NO.
Linn Co.. or., March i , Uii-
NOTICE is HEREBY tilVKN THAT the
annual whom tasting ot School p a
triot No L inn county, Ore ton. will l
hold at these! ool houseln said strict on
Mo nday i he 7th day of APril, 1873, at one
o'clock I'. M , for llio purpose ot elexitmg
lreeU,r'io serve for three years, one
Cleric to serve one year, to levy it
for the sn vHrt of schools ; also to evy a
tax for the purpose of repairing school
house nxlni groun Is. to, wd to do any
business that nmy come lore I lie meei
to,. By order othe BoUitors.
LEFFEL & M1ERS'
And W.neral Mill Machinery.
J. r. BACKENSTO, Agent,
8lT3 Albany. Oregon.
Tbe Eyes! The Ear!
DR. T. L. GOLDEN,
enllat amlAurUt, Albany, Oreffon.
TR. (JOI.PEN IS A
II son of the noted
g.C Go. on.
lr. Golddi nas had
Blporienee In ttva ing
UJB various uismisi." ,, .,.
which the eve an I ear arc subject and feels
onlldont oi fivln en ire sntUfact on to
those who may place themselves under Ms
Manufacturer of and dealer in
A Good Article lor a 1'alr Price.
Particular ntteiition nald to RKPAIIUHO.
Shedd, Nov. 2ii, Ta-13vy
J. R. Ilvrrcii, Proprietor.
Tin I-1. RNOEAVOR TO BE ALWAYS
W sunnliel with the best meats to be
had In the market, and will be ever ready
to accommodate those who may lavor him
with a call.
Fruit Trvei, Grape Vines, Ar.
THE UNItHRSl(iNEl INVITES THE
attention of the p tblle to his large and
omplcte stock of
V and other TREES.
AIM, ORAPE VI ES-hest In tlie State;
Ornamental Trow, Shmlm, Plants, Cur
Mnta, tiooselierrli a, Strawberries, Roses,
Dahllafand Bulbr, which will be sold aa
tow as arsKjlas stock can be afforded,
er. Start J. A. MILLASD.
WATCH ES I E VV ELR Y.
MANUFACTURED AND ADJUSTED
especially for ;he Pacific Coast by the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, viz:
! WATCH, and we most confidently reo
ntntnen 1 hem 'o I he pnhIic,Hs lmssesSing
; more :;oo 1 qualli ies for i lie price ( lian any
other Wat chin the market,
i We also Keep all Other brands of Elgin,
! Walthamand Swiss Wn'chcs, Cocks, Jew
I eiry, Silver and Plated Ware,
all of which we offer at t he lowest possible
ESrRenatnnR a specialty, and satisfac
tion guaranteed. 1 v5
fHE I'NDERSHJNEI) HEREBY AN
nyunces to i be clt teens of Albany and
Unn county, that he has just openeua
JEWELRY ESTABLIS E
in this city, in the fire-proof brick former
ly known as J. Gamer's. I shall keep on
liand and for sale all goods per.ninlng to
mv line of business, at lowest living rates.
Esneclnl attention paid to rernirins line
time-pieces, wherein an experience of
ninny years enio.es me, i irum, to give
kHiT All goods sold and work done, war
ranted. CHAS. HOURGARDES.
Albany. Jan. 31, !7i-22vo
OUT OF THE FIRE!
S. J. MCCORMICK,
TS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS Nl'MER-
A oils friends, patrons, and the pnuilc in
guneral, lluit he has
Fbaxhlin Booh Stobe,
10 FIRST STREET,
(NEXT TO CENTRAL XAHKET)
with a complete stwk of
i'litli ry, A-c., Ac.,
Which he will dispose of at
The Lowest Prices 1
For all the popular
XEWKPAPEKg AND JMAUA MH .M
which will be
Delivered in any part or the rity.
Portland, Feb. 7, 1873-23tf
Cheap Yeast Powder.
II AH SEDUCED II W
to $1 ner vrosH. Everyone Nlioiild
use this celebrated Ycnat Powder. It issu-
periorin ouadty and ;iu tier cent. cheaper
than the imtiorled ank le. A no a large
stock of POXNOLLVS CREAM TARTAR
and SODA and SALER ATI'S is offered to
the tmde at reduced rates.
The proprietor. It. t:.LI.A(;il AN, bav
in.; enlarged his YKAStbPOWDER FAC
TORY, imporllng CREAM TARTAR IN
CRYSTALS, also Bl-CARB. SODA and TIN
PLATE, Is now prepared to supply the
trade of the Pacific Coast and Territories
with ihesearlielesat reduced rates. Every
ran and package under the mum; of D.
CALLAGHAN, warranted. v
for Sale Everywhere.
D. t'AIXAOHAX, Proprteloir,
121 Front St., Nan Franelseo. 30m3
Albany Book Store.
TlKALKR IN M19CELL AN E0U8BOOKS,
Lf Sohool Books, Blank Books, Stationery
Fancy Articles, Ac.
Books imported to order, at shortest pa
tibia notice. vfinM
Blalu, Yonn & '. Ool
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at stilif.
Interest allowed on time deposits In coin.
1. 11 1 . . ' ' ... oi. 1 i.i ..... . latii . ....... .... -.,
and New York, for sale at lowestt rates.
i.otiec. ions imi'ii uno xroimnivieinincu.
Refers to II. W. Ikirbett. Henrv Fallinir.
W. S. Laid.
Bankmg hours from 8 A. M. tol r. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1871-?iv3
Something New in Dentiitry
DB. E. O. HMI I'H, DENTIST,
TT AS LOCATED IN ALBA
XX ny.and has the new in-
vmitlnn In nttili. unrt whtl'.ll
wt..alata In InunNlut, tAfill,
V.I.II 1 I III lll.Tlllllft IV.III
in i lie mom n wu nom oovonng uo wmnc
roof,as heretofore. It gives the wearer l he
wearer the free use of the tongue to the
roof of the mouth In talking and tasting.
It is the Suiii h & Purvine itent.
Teeth cxtracled without pain. Plates
...I... 1..... K... .1 .... .... ilK-lfloil
wja-OKKK.K- Fiiflt street, east of Conner's
Bank (up stairs), Albany, Oregon. 7v
riBST STBEEr, ALBANY, OBEHOK,
J. L. HARRIS,
WILL ENDEAVOR TO KEEP CON
slautly on hand a full supply of
ALL KINDS OF MEATS,
Which will lie of the very best quality.
The highest market price ld for beeves,
hoits and sheep.
Third door west of Ferry, on south side
of First street. J. 1.. tiAiuuo
Albany, Dec. 15, 1871-l"v4
Groceries & Provisions,
TT AS JUST OPENED HIS NEW GROCER
nd XwSor !
droi cries, Provisions, Candles, Cigars, To-
,11 1.0, 1.1 IV, I... '".I' , V'l... . ,
linwo, to which he invites the atten
tion ot onr eiimens.
In connection with the store he will keep
a Bakery, an 1 will always have on hand a
lull supply oi iresu ureaii, eracnei., a.
Call and see me.
r AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS
1 of turning! keen on hand and make to
order rawhHc-'iottnmod chairs, Sc. Shop
near the Mills an 1 Hosiery. Jefferson, Ore
gon. Branch slum near "Magnolia Mills,"
Albanv, where or.leis for (dish's, turning,
Ac., can lie left, JOHN M. METZLEK.
Jefferson, Aug. 2, 1S7J
PETERS & SPEIDEL,
or Every Deneriution,
t If ANUFACTIJRR TO
i M. and all styles of
Wngom, Carriage, Haeks,
Ac , at as reasonable raes as the nse of
good material and first-class work will Jus-
11 Repairing neatly and expeditiously done
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry between First and Second
PETERS ft SPEIDEL.
Albany, March 7, 1S7S-47
V. 8. HAIL t
TrkWeekty Stugc Line !
TMlE TJNDERSUiNED Is now running a
I trl-weeklv stajfe fi-om Lebanon to Al
bany, carrying the U. 8. Malls, leaviiiK
Lebanon everMonduy, Wednesday and
Friday mornings, and returning, leave
Albany at. a o'clock P. M. of said days.
Passengers called for in anv part of the
city. Allorders should lie left at the tit.
Charles fJotel, Albany, for passengers or
freight for Lebanon.
Packages and light freight punctually
delivered at low rates. All business en
trotted to mo will be promptly attended to.
Lebanon, Feb. U, 7Mv . .J.
6JT fiubgi.ribers finding an X after their
namcH are informed that flieirsubecription
expires with tliat numbcr.and they are in
vited to renew It. Terms-tS per annum,
in advance; six months, t2; tl'.itso months,
The additional postal treaty between
this country ami Belgium have been
signed by tfie Postmaster General and
Five prisoners escaped from the Jail
at TreiitoM, Ohio. May 9th.
Ten eompanleB of the Fourth U. S.
Infantry. 600 strong, left St. Louis for
I Oinalia" on the 10th. 'I'lieir detina
i tion was supposed to lie the Modoc
country. Col. Flint commanded them.
A duel was fouglit near Hivlimond,
V:i.. MavSlth. lieiween John B. Mor-
I decal and Page McCarthy. Both were
. I. ... . nit. .
wouiiiiihi, ine former inonaiiy. tw
seconds were arrested. A lady was
! the cause of the duel.
The New York Assembly has passed
a resolution appropriating $3,000 for
iiiii-ieugtii iiortrait ot Auraimm
Lincoln, to lie placed in the Gover-
nor's room in the Capitol.
The appointment of Minister to
Russia luts been tendered to Judge
Pierrepont, of New York.
non ftiiMot la R tf rnninholPn
lawyer against VVhitelaw Iieid forli-
It is pronounced uncertain whether
a successor to ik-Long, Minister to
Japan, will be appointed.
A movement toward collecting a
fund for the benefit of the family of
Captain Hall, of the Arctic expedi
tion, has begun in Cincinnati.
Three more graves lutve been dis
covered at the place in Kansas of the
Bender murders. On the 11th over
30.000 people were on the ground,
and seven car loads of people had just
arrived. Thecotiu'ry was tilled with
excitement. Nearly all the bodies
were indecently mutilated. It was
consulem! certain that a little girl was
put into the grave of her father alive,
as marks of violence were fotiud on
Col. C. R. Jennison, a noted Kansaa
jayhawker, lias been arrested by the
U. H. Marshal and taken to Topekaon
an Indictment for an atiemptto de
fraud the Government out of $2,000
on fraudulent claims.
A dispatch from Washington rela
tive to tlie Louisiana difficulty says
intervene to protect the State fromdo
niestic violence should tlie Govemo
there is no uouut ine rresineui woutu
mettle violence should the uovernor
mtiL'u aiinlieiit.ioii tor that nnrnose.
provided facts would warrant the pro
ceeding. It was hoped, however, that
no contingency would occur requiring
Tlie remains of Chief Justice Chase
arrived in Washington on the morning
of the 11th. accompanied by relatives
anil pall-bearers and were conveyed
to tlie Supreme Court room. Rev. Dr.
Tiffany was to conduct the funeral
services sit noon the next day. The
following gentlemen were appointed
pall-bwu ers ; Admiral (it Idsboiougli.
Gen. McDowell. Senator Cameron of
Pennsylvania. Senator Cragiti of New
Hampshire, Senator Morrow of Geor
gia, Montgomery Butlr of Maryland.
W. W. Corcoran of Washington, Gov.
Henry D. Cooke ot Washington, A.
F. Perry of Ohio, liintm barney tit
New York, Whitelaw Reid of New
VaiJi in- IVtiT Pnrker (If Washing
ton, and Joseph Kelly and Mr. Schley
of Maryland. The pew formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Chase in Metropolitan
Methodist Church was heavily draped
With black, and the front of tlie pulpit
was covered with black cloth.
The following is from Baltimore,
May 9th: Ou the night of January
2d, Mrs. Mary Ann Lanipley. an aged
lady, was murdered in this city, and
her hiaise robbed of several hundred
dollars during the absence of her hus
band. Some time afterward Joshua
K l.-l..ki.i. who inairii'd a irrand-
daughter of Mrs. Lanipley, and I'hoin
jas w hallin, alias Hailahau, were, ar
rested, charged with the murder and
indicted. During the trial Deputy
Marsluil Frey. and Chief Detective
Frey, of this city, testified relative to
the confession of murder made by the
nvianiurtU. Tllt KtntH A.tlll'MCV Was
making bis closing argunieul, when
liaiiail.lll spiiing aioiiiivi uicpnsoiieis
Ki.v utid rnsliiiio At l struck him
" o - . . .......... ......
violently over the head with a heavy
piece oi iron, nrnppvu in u iociwng.
King Nickei-son also sprang out of the
box ami rushed toward Frey, when a
melee ensued. Detectives Porter and
Scliatter rushed to the rescue of Mar
slial Frey, to protect him and secure
the two criminals. Hallahau waa
struck on the head and badly cut
blood streaming over his face. Mar
shal Frey, although badly wounded,
bellied in subduing them and tliey
were soon overcome mid haud-cutleu.
After the excitement liad subsided, tin:
trial of the case was proceeded with
and given to the jury at 1 o'clock,
who soon returned with a verdict ot
murder in the first degree.
The trial of Win. M. Tweed on for
mer indictments Uto begin in two
weeks. Fifteen new Indictments i"
reccutly been louud against Win.