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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1873)
i vEroarrs received subject, to
X t check ' Ki-ftn.
Interest aliowc I on time deposits In coin.
Exchange on Portland, Han Francisco,
and New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Colic tons inn ii and nroumt ly remitted
Refers 10 II. W. Coruett, Henry Etiilini;,
w. s. La id.
Banki'ii? hour from h a. M. k4 P. M.
Albany, Pel). 1. If71-22v8
iomitilnj Ketpr in Dentistry.
it. e. o. Mil i II nns'iivr,
HAS LOCATED IN ALBA- .
ny, tin I lin-" I lie new in- WwjVj
vontion In plicework,whtch Ijffi VlJ
oonsists In lner.lnt! teeth ,
in'theuion h wl bout oovortntf tlie wiio.i
roof, as here ofore. It gives ha wearer he
wearer the live uJe of the tongue i II,
roof of t lie limn h in talking an I .us, mil?
ItistlicMni.li I'nrvine ient.
Teeth cxiraciel without pain, nates
mendc I, whether broken or dlvi led,
fi-vn u i. First street.eas of Conner's
Dank up stalrw, Albany, urejron. 7v4
riiwr STHEET AEHAN Y, OBEOOX,
J. L. H ARB IS,
virux ENDEAVOR TO KEEP CON
YY wantiy on hand a full supply ol
AM. K I '!.' OF MEAT..
Whieh vi!i be of the very best quality
The hUliesi market price isii'l tor Iwevea,
hogs and sheen. , ..
Thir I door wesf of retry, on sonth .side
f rirsi s reot. J. ' HARRIS.
Albany, Dee. IV UffMiv4
DEALEB IS -
Groceries & Provisions.
HAS JfST OPEN ED HIS N EWtRTK 'KB
establishment nneornerof Ellsworth
and Fir: s ree s. with a fresh oek n
groceries, Provisions, Candles, Cigars, To
bacco, Ac., to which he invites the atten
tion of our oltiisens.
In connection with thes'orehewlIIkee
altakerv, an I will always have on hand n
full supply of fresh brea i, crackers, Sc.
Kar Call anil see me.
TUKXIXU - - TlRXIMi.
r AM PREPARED TO f0 ALL KIN I f
I of turning; keepon hand and make to
order rawhlle-boitomed chairs, Ac. 8hov
near the sJlllsan I noslerv, Jeiforson. Ore
gon. Branch shon near "Ma cnolla Mills,''
Albany, wh 'reorders for chnlrs, 'nrnlng,
to.,can belefU JOHN M. METZLKR.
Jerorson, Aug. 2. is;?
Of Every Description,
MANUFACTURE TO ORDER ANY
and allKtylCS Of
Wagon. Carringei, Hacks,
c at us reasonable ra'os as Itte use of
jrn.'i material and first-class work win Ju
t'l!emiflng neatly and expe lltlonsly done
nWoVlFerry between First and Second
streets. PKTER8 ft 8PEIDEL.
Albany, March 7. 1H727
l s. Mill. !
Trl-Weekly Wage Line !
THE tfNDERSONED is now runninga
trl-woekly stage from Le'mnon to Al-
. . I.,',r ,!,, It S Mlll.S. ll'llV till
Ecbaiion every Monday, Wodnes lay and
rriUUV Uioniiuw, uie.i mtiuiiiiia, i,.,..
Passengers called for In any iwrt ot tne
' city. All orders should be left, at the St.
Charlo Hotel, Alliany, for jxtosengers or
VawkagwiTluiht freliht punctually
vNivereu at iow iww. ah ihwiihj ..
trusted to me will be prompt ly at tended to.
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Blaln, YontiK 8c '.' Column.
GO TO TIIE
Croc r e,
&c, &o., &c,
( Hi: A I' FOR VH !
Country Produce of All Hindu
BOUGHT FOR MERCHANDISE OR
CAS XX !
This Is the p'aeo to get the BEST BAR
GAINS ever oifered In Albany. Pa ie
will always do well tocalland seo for them
selves. II. WEED,
First street, Albany, Oregon- Kv5
WILL SELL IDS
Large & Extentiive Slock ol
W a 9
cfcc, ctoc, cfee.,
LOW RATES FOR CASH.
He liegs to (all attention to his large
aE.S' & BOYS' CLOTH l.
which be is determined to sell lower than
ver. Please ib and examine before pur
tj-a- Remember the address
Ilisixnt prlre paid for Country
I'roduc. . . ,JS 19v5
BUILDERS, AT TENTIOX !
SASH, BLIND, AND DOOR
S. H. ALTHOUSE. J. V. BACKKKSTO.
ALTIlOt'SE & CO.,
Ej on Street, on the Blver Bank,
ALBAN Y. OREGON.
Keep on hand a full assortment, and are
FURNISH TO ORDER,
Ooort, iHaiili, Blinds, and
CROWN, 1-AXEI.. IIASO & SECTION
Of all sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
- And -
All olMr kind of MIMInK Water in I.
itSO: PRKPARKB TO DO MILL
work, fiirnlsli shaker lims, slittaa
thakers, stieffop fans, driving pulleys ot
(ny kind.at our factory on Lyon Street on
he river bank), nojtt Mow Markhum
warehouse. ALTHOl SE A CO.
Albany, Feb. 10, liM4
BOOTS H IDE TO OROEK,
W A It HAS TED TO OtVK
at REASONABLE RATES, at
HENRY FLINDT'S SHOP,
3m Albany, Oreyon. SlVS
Snbserilicrs finding an X af'cr their
nnniisare informed thnt theirsubserlntlon
exnlret wltli I ha' number, and they are in
vited to renew it. Terms IS per annnm,
in advance; six mont lis, tl; three months,
Personal. We had the pleasnn'of
meeting our old Mend, Mrs. Chatten.
and her two lovely danjjhiers. in this
city on Tuesday. She was en route to
join her husband. Rev. Mr. Chatten,
of the M. E. Church, at present sta
tioned atSiletZ Reservation.
Mr. Head, of theCorvallis Democrat,
was in tin- city on Tuesday.
M. V. Brown, of the Ikmocmt. is
enjoying a sick trip up the Columbia,
John Crawford, Esq., informs us
that la; received a letter from his
brother William, a day or two since,
which Informed him of his safe arrival
at the old homestead in Ireland on the
Sth of May. He had a very pleasant
voyage, meeting but a few hours ot
stormy weather on the passage across
the Atlantic. He said the prices for
grain iir Liverpool were good at the
time of writing, hut from the best In
formation, he could get, he thought
there would Ik; a decline soon after
harvest. As far as his observation
extended, the grain crops would yield
well, as the growing grain was looking
splendid. The formers were, wishing
for rain, hut there would lie no failure
even if no mill fell. He spoke of the
tact that theie had been great improve
ments in Ireland since he lett. Spa
cious dwellings litut Ix-en erected :
large forests of fine timber now occu
py all the vacant and uutillahle soil
barren and unprofitable soil twenty
years ago. There was. also, a great
improvement noticeable in stock of all
kinds. He saya there isa superabund
ance of blooded stock, which rules,
for reasons unaccountable to him.
very high. He noted the fact, while
attending a Fair on the 10th, probably,
that there were fewer people in attend
ance than years ago, before lie lett the
auld sod. Then Ireland had a popula
tion of 8.0TO.0O0. and now it has less
than 5,000,000. He promised to write
again soon, when we may have some
further interesting facts regarding
market prices. He was thirty days
making the trip from this city to Bel-la-t,
Illuminate Mt. Hood on the
Focrth. A proposition is before the
citizens of Portland to Illuminate Mt.
Hood on the night of the 4th of July,
InII. The City Council is asked to
appropriate a respectable stun (or this
purpose the payuient-jfsucb sum to
be guaranteed only at.er the Illumina
tion has been accomplished. A huge
bonfire made upon the topmost pinna
cle of the huge old mountain, it is con
tended, could he seen almost through
out the entire State. We suggest that
Portland puts up this job in good
shape, if she concludes to invest.
Owner Wanted. A new hat and
a fine buggy whip were found, a few
diyssinee. on the road leading front
this city to Lebanon. The owner can
have the same by call'ug nt tlt rci
deuce of Mr. 8. A. Dawson, about live
miles from this city, on the above
named road. As there were two or
three hundred yards of lence torn
down, a gate or two smashed, and
parts of a bay-rack scattered along the
road, it would seem that a team had
become somewhat demoralized about
the time the bat and whip were lost.
Ex-Gov. Jewell has accepted the
appointment of Minister to Kussiit.
The President has appointed Frank
H. lb trick as Superintendent of the
Mint tit Carson City.
A large fire broke out in Boston in
a furniture warehouse on Washington
street on the 21th ult. The wind, ho
lug strong from lite northwest it spread
rapidly, reaching a large stable on
Burnstead place, which il destroyed.
Hie fulling of the Immense walls of
this edifice crushed toatotns the exten
sive gallery of Jnurdalu, with till fh
stores beneath It. The flames then
spread to Fayette Court on the Oppo
site corner, destroying it and a great
Ittti'diiig adjacent, including Nos. 403.
405 and 187.. Washington street. The
premises were occupied bv clothing,
pianos, hat, tiry goods am) millinery.
Toe flames from there crossed Wash
ington street, burning Chickerlne'i
splendid granite building and the
GIoIhj Theatre, also setting fire to tne
steeple of . the Presbyterian church.
Later it continued southward, destroy
ing the International Hotel on Wash
ington street, and a large four-story
stone-front edifice occupied by billiard
rooms, confectionery and biilor estab
lishments. Tn the early part of the
conflagration the Fire Departments
from adjacent cities were summoned.
Later the military were called out to
keep the crowd back. At 12 M. on
the 30th ult. the fire was thought to
be under control.
Up to the 2Sth ult. orders for postal
cards received at the Post office Deprt
ment aggregated twenty-four millions.
About 8.000,000 had been sent to Post
masters. The Connecticut Senate has elected
lodge O. S. Seymour Chief Justice to
succeed Chief Justice ButlT, resigned.
The New York Tribune has informa
tion that $15,000 or 120.000 will be
collected in that eitv to give to the
widow ot Gen. Canny.
Jay Could has control of the Pacific
Mail Company, as discovered by the
Company's kite election. The fact
creates some commotion among San
At Cleveland," Ohio. May 20th, the
body of a young servant woman was
found dead in a vacant lot on one of
the streets. She is supposed to have
been strangled, as a string was found
tied tightly around her neck.
The pnblicdebt decreased $3,525,282
during the month of May.
loin i A. Bingham has been appoint
ed Minister to Japan.
Gov. McEnery issues an address to
citizens of Louisiana advising acqui
escence in Kellngg's government until
Congress assembles in December.
Arrangements are being made for a
National Convention of Irish horn
citizen, to he held in Cleveland. Ohio,
about the 15th of July next, tor the
purpose ot forming a league similar to
ihe German Union. They will be
pledged to support one another in
preference to persons of otlier nation
alities without distinction of sect or
The total loss by the late fire in
Bo-ton is estimated by the Board of
Assessors at $7,000,000. Five firemen
are reKiied killed by falling walls;
also two laborers.
Frank H. Walworth, aged 19, shot
and killed his father. Mansfield Wal
worth, a well-known author. atSturtc
"tint House. New York, June 3d.
Domestic trouble, the cause.
in Washington, on lat Saturday,
lames Buchanan, colored, in dispute
with another party, accidentally shot
bis wife, wounding her fatally. He
A young man. thought to lie a son
of Bender, the well known Kansas
murderer, and a woman, thought to
be Mr. Bender, were arrested, the
former at West Liberty, Iowa, and
the latter at Oxford, Iowa, on last Sat
urday. It was resolved by tlie Plymouth
Church deacons, at a recent meeting,
to proceed at once to investigate tho
Decoration Day was generally ob--eived
in the Middle and Eastern
Ben. Scobee, the murderer of Ben
Parish at Bowling Green. Ky.. a few
weeks ago, has committed suicide.
George Francis Train has gone to
Kitrope. to meet his wife and children,
lie will sue New York City for (also
Imprisonment, claiming $lli0,000dam
tiges. W. J. Stillinan. writing to the New
York Tribune iron) Vienna, relative to
(he charges against ex-Cnminlsioner
Van Bureii, and his secretary. Meyers,
pronounces them till true. The .ar
ties werS not only required to nuke
large deposits with Meyers, but. wro
compelled to sign an agreement to di
vide the profits.
A tire in ( Ihlcxgn on the 2d de-troyed
two-thirds of Otis block. Tow) loss
about $120,000; insurance $75,000.
The Orleauists in the French As
sembly are seekii.g an alliance with
the Left (.'enter, having refused to
form a coalition with the legitimists
and Bonapartists. The Left Center
have declined their proposition.
Gen. Du Barrail. it is announced,
lias been appointed Minister of War
of France in place of De Cissey.
The French Assembly, on the 30th
nit, voted to rebuild the Column Ven
dome, Xiws from the Khivan expedition
up to the ,'lOth ult. slates thai two col
umns of the Russian cXeditioii are
ilout to meet hi the Bhooinn Moun
tains, atul the Arenberg and Mangis
chlak colnniusare nearenougli'toench
other to communicate.
Dates from Rio Janeiro, S. A to
the 11th ult., report a revolution bro
ken out in lle Entre-Rlos province of
the Alirelitine Ttniinblliv I rami .Innr.
dan was at the head of it. Ho had
taken possessiotfof the t0WWftf Wal
equay. Victoria and 'Cohwiiut bad
met with a check. The Government
was concentrating troops to crush the