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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1873)
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Blala, TNi( V: ml tun.
IKrt)SITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
1 chock at sight.
interest allowei ontime deposits in coin.
Exchange on Portlantl, Siin Francisco,
unci New York, tor sale at lowest Pates.
Collections mail and nroiiintly remitted.
Refer to H. W. Corbott, Henry railing,
W. S. La.ld.
llunkinx hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, JsTl-ttvJ
Kouietiihim Slew in Dentistry,
mi. e. o. Will t il, DESTIST,
rj AS LOCATED DJ ALBA-
11 ny, and lias the new in
vention In plaiewnrk, which
..I.. I tna i ,1 If l.if.lh
KViinrio lu m.-n ... -, . . .
in the mouih without ooverinKtne wiiou
roof, as heretofore. It gives ihowuarorilie
wearer the tree u-e of the tongue to the
roof of tlicuiiott.li In talking and tasting.
It is the Smith A I'nrvine patent.
Teeth extrautel without win. Hates
mended, wlielher broken or divided.
bM)rrici First street, easi ot Conner s
Bank (up stairs), Aluany, Oregon. 7v4
CIT V MARKET,
Hits T STREET, ALBANY, OKKUOX,
J. L. HARRIS,
liriLL ENDEAVOR TO KEEP CON-
stantly on hand a full supply ol
ALL Kim Of HEATH,
Which will be of the very best quality.
The highest market price wul for beeves,
hois and sheen. ..
Third door west of Kerry, on so u t h ; side
of First street. J. L. HABKIS.
Albany, Deo. 15, 1871-nvt
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW (illOCKR
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First strew:, with a fresh s'lvk of
tJroccrics, Provisions, Candles, Cigars, To
bacco, Ac, to which he invites the atten
tion of our citizens.
In connection with the Store ho will keep
a Bakery, an 1 will always have on hand a
full supply of fresh broad, crackers, Sc.
6j5" Call and sec me.
TURNING - - TURNING.
I AM PREPARED TO I0 ALL KINDS
of turnlnat; keen on hand and make to
order rawhldo-lHitlnined chairs, Ac. Shop
near the Mills and Hosiery, Jefferson, Ore-
5 on. Branch shoo near ''Magnolia Mills,"
Uianv, where orders for chairs, turning,
Ac., can be left. JOHN M. MKTZLKIt.
Jefferson, Aug. 2, 1872
PETERS & SPEIDEL,
Of Every Deavrlption,
MANUFACTURE TO ORDER ANY
and all styles of
Whsoiis, CarriugCH, Hack,
Ac., at as reasonable rates as the. use of
good material ami nrsi-ciass uik am jus
tify. Repairing neatly and expeditiously done
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry between First and Second
PETERS A SPEIDEL. .
Albany, March 7, 1873-27
h Sold Yeirlyl58110
We will agree to deliver these machines
In Albany, Oregon, for the above price.
nd your order to TRKADWKU, A CO.,
a Ffanoiwo, and the maehlne will be
utomptly shipped as directed.. Price at
Joritoia, &. Mvtiui
DRY GOODS, ETC.
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W A TC H KS-.I K VV ELKY.
J. D. TITUS. J. B. TITUS.
TITUS, BOURGARDES & CO,,
Silver & Plated Ware,
MANUFACTURED AND ADJUSTED
especially for the Pacllic Coast by the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, viz: .
WATt'lf and we most oonftdontly rec
ommend I hem to the public, us possessing
more good qualities for the price thanuny
other Watch In the market.
We also neon all other brands of Elgin,
Wall ham and Swiss Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry, Silver mid Plated Ware,
Pistols and Cartridge.
(3T Repairing a Specialty. JPi
ev-ll Work Done ami Ooods Hold,
Warranted to b a Keureaentcd.
Titus, Bourgardet it Co.,
AT JOHN GANTKR8 OLD BY AND,
First street, ALBAN X, OREGON .
Job work boisterous.
General health improving.
City fliiauues healthy.
Prospective crops cheering.
Willamette getting lower.
Schools driwl up vacation.
Cherries scarce 37,' f gallon.
Ejrgi Uc per dozen.
Butter strong at 10c f pound.
Wheat 70c per bushel nominal.
New crosswalk at Ferry ordered.
New cistern to be built on Fourth
Ditch to be dug from John
Money market dnllr'n ever.
Travel oil It. It. thill.
Our lire hoys come out about even
on their 4th of July excursion.
On Tuesday a party was fined $10
and costs, for striking the landlord of
the St. Churles Hotel.
A colored man was fined by the Re
corder $25 tor resisting the Marshal
on the 4th. He's now working it out.
Blaill, Young & Co. are agents for
the sale of goods manufactured by the
Brownsville Woolen .Mills.
Geo. Turrell is selling goods cheap
The Ice cream festival on Thursday
night wiis a successful success. The
Pacific Opera House was well filled.
Our ieoile are beginning to lay in
their winter's supply ol wood.
Soda is the beverage that catches
'em during the heated term.
Laws. Next issue will wind up
the laws, when we shall have more
space ami time to devote to news, etc.
PACIFIC (OAST NEWS.
Minnie Mvrtle Miller will soon
turn to Oregon.
The police ot San Francisco made
eighty arrests on the 4th, between 9 A.
m. and 12 m.
A Chinaman, of Frisco, cut a China
woman's head off with an ax on the
Some parts of Idaho smile in the
prospect of a good crop.
A second mate of the bark Jenny,
lying at Port Ludlow, broke the cap
tain's jaw-bone in two places, with
a blow; of his fist, a few days since.
The mate was arrested.
On the afternoon of the 4th, ten
houses were burglarized tit Marysvllle,
Cal. They obtained two gold watches,
a quantity of jewelry and $200 to 100
A correspondent of the Oregonlan
says Polk comity will produce on
thin! more grain this year than ever
before: that stock of all kinds is plenty;
that work hands are in demand at
$1 50 and $2 00 per day; that times
The Pantograph office has a young
Corvallis merchants gave 22.' cents
per pound for wool last week.
Lieutenant I). B. Bowell ha been
assigned to duty as Military Instructor
in the State Agricultural College of
Oregon, tit Corvallis.
The twenty-first anniversary of the
organization of the First Congrega
tional Church of Salem, will be cele
brated on the 10th iuat.
Mr. Chalmers, of . Washington coun
ty, was rather seriously hurt' by hav
Ingan infuriated cow rtin one of her
horns in the fleshy part of his leg and
giveJiiiu a hist in the air. last week.
John C. Arnold, of Lane county,
the other day cut a crop ot volunteei
oats which would avt rage aliout seven
feet in height though it was not un
common to find stalks measuring nine
The Military Commission to try
Copt. Jack and his Modoc braves,
nut at Fort Klamath on the 1st, and
was called to order by Col. Elliott,
President. All the memliers were
present. Major Curtis, ,ludge Advo
cate, not being ready to proceed, the
Commission adjourned until Saturday, j
Among the advertised amusements
at Vlsalln, Cal.. on the 4th. was a
bull and a liear fight.
Two children of Mr. Bister, living
about 15 miles east of Yisalia, Cal.,
were bitten by a rattlesnake on the 2d.
One died in alsajt six hours; the other
was not affected up to the 3d.
At Merced, Col., on the 3d, Win.
McChuuy, ex-policeman of Stockton,
hut now pwiwietor of a saloon at
Merced, shot -Jus wife wun a uoume-
At Palisade, Nevada, a stranger
named Lewis Dollinger committed
suicide on the 3d by casting himself in
the river at that place.
f he coach drove for the St. Charlea
Hotel in Portland was fined $39 the
other day for inhumanly maltreating
During the month of June, 1873,
there were fifteen arrivals of sea-going
crafts at Astoria, and twelve depart
ures. Daring the thunder and lightning of
a recent Friday, die resklence of Hon.
II A. Straight near the Clackamas
river, was struck by a bolt which
passed down through the bath-room,
(lit a title which was loaded, tearing
off the stock, but not discharging the
fun. No other damage was done,
'he family were all out in the yard at
Jame Williams, of San Francisco,
was fined $200 on the 7th, for drivin
a horse, named Shoo Flv. to death.
A son of V. P. Kirklane. of San
Francisco. 11 vears old, had his lace
disfigured and eves blown nut bv the
explosion of a Chinese liomb, July 6th.
Unrequited love caused a colored
gent, nanus! John Maxwell, to suicide
with strvchuine at Eureka, Nevada,
on last Sunday night. A soiled dove,
called Crazy Jane, attempted suicide
At Astoria last week $6,000 were
snbscrilted to build a wharf and ware
house at that place.
J. N. Matheny has been elected
Chief Engineer of the Salem Kire De
partment. J. II. Haas was elected
Two hoodlums caught a Salem lad
bathing a few days ago, tore his cloth
ing to pieces and then gave the bather
;i severe choking.
The following particular-: of the
death ot Isaac llenshaw. of Polk
county, are published: He tied a rope
around his neck, then fastened it to
one of his legs, in such a maimer, that
when he should struggle the rope
would tighten around the neck, then
fastened it to his arms so as to pievcnt
himself from relief alter he got into
the water, then rolled himself off the
bank into the stream and died.
A steer was slaughtered in Wash
ington county a short time since which
had Ik'cii fattened in Yakima county.
On skinning tlie lieast several small
pieces of gold were found imlieddedin
the fatty tisne near the flank. How
did the gold get there is the question.
Salt Lake is shortly to be lighted
A man in Baker county is soliciting
subscriptions tor a monument to Rob
ert E. Lee.
The Republicans of Eastern Oregon
have proposed Rev. Thomas Condon,
State Geologist, for Congress, Good
The Indian Stiperinteudency of Cal
ifornia as well as Oregon, lias beta
The son of J. S. M. Van Cleave, of
East Portland, aged nine years, was
run over and seriously injured by the
Salem Imund train on last Friday even
ing. He was walking on the treslte
work when the train overtook him.
Instead of stepping one side and al
lowing the train to pass, paralyzed
with f ar he crouched down and clung
to one of the ties, leaving a portion of
his body exposed. Every effort was
made i stop the train, lint the loco
motive and part of the caboose passed
over him. cutting a gash above the
left eye, slightly fracturing his sknll
and injuring him in other ways. On
Sunday he was resting easy.
On live night of the 4th, the severest
storm that ever visited Hannibal. Mo.,
and vicinity lroke over there. Several
houses were blown down and otlicrs
unrooted. Much damage was done to
Walworth, the New York parricide,
while on his way to the Tombs on the
5th, after his sentence remarked, i
am glad 1 did not have to endure a
long lecture, w hich I had anticipated
Judge Davis would Inflict upon me.
1 thoroughly understand my position,
and did not desire any instructions
relating thereto. I simply wish time
to arrange my affairs, i shall then
submit myself to my fate with all the
equanimity I can command."
At Winchester, Va., on lust Sunday,
while a family named Little were at
breakfast, a fnal broke out. Two
sous. Oscar ami Lycurgus, commenced
firing at the four other sons and their
mother, and the firing was returned
by the ot her sons. Oscar was wound
Ctl, captured and sent to jail. Another
sou named Clinton was wounded, and
the mother. Clinton afterwards ,died
and the mother was expected to die.
Prof, La Mouutane, of Brooklyn,
Michigan, ascended in a balloon at
Ionia on the 4th, After he had at
tained an altitude of five or six hun
dred feet, the balloon collapsed, caus
ing the Professor to fall to the ground.
It is needless to say that he was in
stantly killed. Ten or twelve tlion
sand spectators were in atieudance.
On the 4th lust, two gentlemen, two
ladies and a boy, sailing In a boat .at
Chippewa,. on the Niagara river, got
barrel shotgun, loaded with buckshot ; into tlie rapids and were carried over
in the left side. If she died there was Aingnra tails, 'the names ot foe
danger of his being lynched by the partus were not known. Pieyes of
excited people, I U boat were found.