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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1873)
Mala, Young A- W CMiuaa.
B A N KING
'lKnSITS RKCEIVEI) SUBJECT TO
I f elii'ek Ht si'tr.
Interest Hlloive I on tlmedflrvislts In coin.
Exilwnxe on Portland, Sin Francisco,
-nl New Vfirk, fur sale at lowest rate
Collections ma and promwly remitted.
Refers to Tl.W. ( rtwU. lieurv Falling,
'W. 8. Udd.
Ruikins limir? from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Allwny, Feb. 1, Is71-24v3
MonH'tliiiig e in lnti"lry.
K. E. o. KMII'H, i.i Mis;.
IJASI.Ol'ATIthlN A LISA-
1A ny,and Ims tlu. new In
vention in plate wvl,wliieli
ronsisls in InaeriltiiZ teetli
In the month wiihnnt cow;rlilR 'he whole
roof, as here: ofore. It gives the wearer i lie
wearer the free use of ho toiu'iie Hi (lie
roof of the iiiou iti in talklKg anJ testing.
U is the Smith & Purvlne pdlent.
Teeth extracts I without pain. Plates
Bonded, wheilier broken or divided
liiirorFU'K- First stlDet.caal ofUmner's
Rank tip stairsi, Albany, Oregon. 7v4
HUNT NTBEtT, ALBANY, OREUOX,
J. L. HARRIS,
WILI, ENDEAVOR Tit KEEP COH
alantly on hand a foil supply of
ALL KIM) OF MEATS,
Which will lie of the very best quality.
Th hiirhest market nriee mid for Inwes,
hnjfg and sheen.
Third door west of Ferry, on south side
rf First street. J. I.. HARRIS.
Albany, IX-c. 15. 1871-i:.v4
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW (IRfK'ER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First streets, with ii fresh slock of
Groceries, Provisions, Candies, Cigars, To
bacco, Ac., to which he invites the atten
tion of our citizens.
In connection with the store he will keep
llakery, and will always have on hum! n
Aill supply of fresh bread, crackers, Ac.
bfe" i 'all and -ee me.
AM PREPARED TO DO Ml KINDS
I of turning; keep on hand and make to
Order ruwhlde-bnltoine I chairs, Ac. Shop
near the Mills an I Hosiery, .leuerson, Ore
ion. Branch shoo n.-ur "Magnolia Mills,"
Albany, where orders for chalrc, turning,
Ac., can in' left, JOHN M. Mill. I. Kit.
Jefforaon, Ang.S, Ik72
Of livery Description,
MAKl'FACTTRR TO ORDER ANY
and all styles of
Wagons, Carriages, IIit-k,
Ac,., at as reasonable rates as the use of
ood material and first-class work will jns
Ify. Repairing neatly and expeditiously done
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry between First and Second
PETERS ft Sl'KIDEE.
Albany, March 7, 1873-27
ORBOON ft CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
Company, Land Deimrtment, Portland
Oregon, April 5, 187.-Sotic Is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will lie
instituted against any and every person
who trespasses npon any Railroad Land,
by cuttlngand removing Hnilier therefrom
before the same is BOUGHT of the Compa
ny AND PAID FOR.
All vacant Land In odd numbered sec
tions, whether snrveyed or unmrveyed,
wltliln a distance of thirty miles Croat the
Ho of the road, tetong a to the Company.
I. R. MOORKB,
rrU Land Agent.
Everybody preparing for the har
vest. Erysipelas was what caught Dr.
Mr. Conrad and wife left for Tacoma
The picnic on Sunday will cost the
boys about $1,000.
Butter commands Hie per pound.
A lew of our fnnnets have com
menced harvesting; a week or ten
days will elapse before the general
Eggs go off at I 8c per dozen.
Lay in your winter's wood while it
So many of our people have gone to
the mountains and sea-side that the
city seems deserted.
The ship 1 let-mine sails In a few
days from Astoria, with a cargo of
wheat and salmon valued at $36,660.
Legal tenders have fell one-quarter
of a cent, and are now quoted at 85
Recent storms and floods in France
have set up the price of wheat.
Tiie crops in Hungary are said to be
almost a total failure.
A new crosswalk has been construct
ed across Water street, it the foot ot
Our city now has two nigh! watch
men Parley McKnlght and Ross
PACIFIC CO ANT NKWB.
Pendleton had a regular thunder
shower on the I8th inst. Unusual.
Mount Hood is reported to have
indulged in a quiet smoke on last
A little colored boy, son of J. H.
Butler, ot Portland, fell from a
skiff there and was drowned, last
Tuesday. He was and 13. His
body wag recovered.
Ten new bathing houses have
been erected on the beach at Clatsop.
A lot on the northwest corner of
Pine and Montgomery streets, in
San Francisco, sold ou the 22d for
At Pendleton a Sunday School
has been started.
Timothy heads 14 inches long
are common sight in Clatsop county
The thin! crop on tlie same land is
now said to be three tect high.
General Jeff C Dav is is reported
: to have been in Baker City on the
i 19th, en route fbr VValla Walla,
j It lias linen decided by the
Judges of the Supreme Court to
attend to the old business first,
.i,;i, ...:n i,.. . u ... j
, wnn;n wm nave iu icniueu in
consequence of the death of Judge
On Thursday the 24th inst., the I
Mormons celebrated the 26tli I
anniversary of the settlement of ;
At Virginia City, Montana,
wheat is selling at 60 cents a bushel.
Having no home market for cattle,
they are being driven to Utah and
The IMUtin estimates that 300
people left that city tor the seaside
during last week.
Col. Heed of Salem is engaged '
in painting the great Modoc lava
bods, from sketches made upon the
In Salem tliey seek for amuse
ment in tieiug cans to dogs' tails.
The dogs are learning to regard it
as a compliment.
A cougar entered the yard and
carried oil' a calf belonging to
Colonel Jennins, of Clackamas
county, a few days ago!
A doable-barreled shotitin ren
der a couple ot ulieep-kiiliug dogs
in iwuton county naanabie, a few
Miss Lem Kimball, of South
Salem, on Saturday before last,
while splitting some kindling wood,
buried the hatchet in her right toot
Hay is from $4 to $5 per ton at
Work has been commenced on
the College bnilding at Forest
The new wharf at Salem, cost
ing some $2,000, is now finished.
In a Chinese gambling row at
San Diego, Cal., on the 18th, one
A colored waiter, at Eureka, on
the 18th, in a row, killed one Chi
naman and wounded another.
San Fra-icisco had 78 deaths
during last week.
San Francisco exDerieneed a
slight shock ot earthquake on the
Since the close of the Modoc
troubles, the Link river country is
They were having intensely hot
weather in the interior of California
The Columbia has fallen over
five feet at Vancouver.
Lane county is fa king of provid
ing a house tor its rjixir. If thev
do, it will be a poor house.
Astoria maidens propose to or
ganize a boat club for rowing and
Timothy hay at Engene City,
is $7 per ton.
An opposition boat has been
started on Yaquina river, between
Elk City and Newport, by Mr.
A division ot the Sons of Tem
perance has been organized at Jack
sonville with 22 charter members,
by Hon. W. O. Clark.
Mr. Meacham has arrived at his
home in Salem.
James P. McDaniel has been
elected City Marshal of Jackson
ville. Wool was coming into Corvallis
lively last week. Ruline Driee 22
cents per pound
New and rich cold discoveries
have been nvent.lv moto nn i
--J -'.. VU UTOI
The Jacksonville limes, which
was burnt out last spring, has again
made its appearance, and looks well.
It is stated that farmers in Wash-
ington county are orifanizinfi' for
the purpose ot protecting themselves
against the loss ot stock Killed by
E. S. Altree, Jr., has completed
arrangements for the speedy erec
tion of a flouring mill a few miles
above Klk City, on tlie Yaquina
river. He expects abundant pat
ronage. The Statesman says the follow,
ing is a list of the books that have
been selected as the "authorized
text books" in the public Schools
of this State, tor the four years
beginning Uctotier, 1873:
Thomson's New Graded Series
of Arithmetics, embracing New
Mental, (tor Primary Classes) New
Rudiments and New Practical
Clai k's Beginners' Grammar and
Monteith's Introduction to Geog
raphy (Pacific Coast Kdition.)
Panics' Brief V. S. History.
"Peter Parley's" Universal His
tory (tor beginners.)
Robinson's High Arithmetic
Brooks's Algebra and Geometry.
Anderson's General History.
Steele's "Fourteen Weeks" in
Physiology, Natural Philosophy
Wood's Botanist and Florist.
Bryant & Stratum's Book-Keep-ing
(High School Edition.)
1 lie Readers and Spellers have
not yet been selected.
An adjourned sessiou of the Su
The chess clubs of Salem and
Roseburg are now engaged in play
ing three games for the champion
ship of the State.
An Indian hov inmned from a
train on the Carson (Nev) Railroad.
recently, and both his legs were cot
Many children in Washington
county have something resembling
Umatilla county will have a
splendcd wheat crop this year.
W. M. Turner, of Jacksonville,
has an autograph letter of the late
Horace Greeley, and prizes it.
A rattlesnake over four feet long,
and having thirteen rattles, was
killed on Antelope creek, Jackson
county, a few days ago. Such
snakes abound there.
Giant county boasts her crops
are hncr this year than ever before.
Win. B. Denny, of Jacksonville,
killed a large female panther or
California Lion, the other day, and
captured the young ones when only
a tew hours old.
It is believed the cars will bo
running between Kalama and Ta
coma on or lietore the 1st ot No
Since the settlement of the ter-
minus at Tacoma. travel has Quad
rupled between Kalama and the
Mt. Rainier is reported to be
emitting great quantities of smoke
A convict in the penitentiary of
California recently asked the hos
pital steward to compound him a
dose which would give him the
appearance of being sick so he would
not be obliged to work. The stew
ard complied, and tlie first dose
killed the convict in a few hours.
A Portland gentleman, a few
days ago, says Oregontan, caught
in Brooklyn creek, near East Port
land, a mountain trout, 19 iucbea
long and weighing 4j pounds.
John C. Cloud started from
Philadelphia on the 21st to row to
New Orleans for a wager of $5,000,
the conditions being that he will
not sleep on shore till he reaches
j the lattre place. The boat was to
be carried over the mountains and
put into tlie Ohio river It weighs
At Linden, Union countg, N. Y.,
July 21st, Isaac Logan was in a
field loading a wagon with bay,
when Michael Kearin, who had
been on a spree, came up, took the
pitchfork from him and stabbed
him three times in the lower part
ot his body, inflicting wounds from
which he died.
Isaac A. Gould, a widower, aged
45, has been arrested at Yarmouth,
Me., for related incest upon bis
daughter, who is only 13 yea's old.
An extraordinary daring robbery
preme Court met on last Monday
at Salem: Present, W. W. Upton,
Chief Justice; L L. McArthur,
B. F. Bonham and L. F. Mosher,
The Trinity M. E. Church South,
at Salem, organized a Sabbath
School last Sunday, by electing tlie
following officers: Rev. IV iw.m
(I'astor) Superintendent; William
Mauuey, Secretary; Wallace Man
ey, Librarian; Miss Jennie Miller,
Treasurer, Mitt Nellie Peal, Organ-its.
I of a railroad train was committed
j on the uight of the 21st on the
t hicago, Rock Island and Pacific
i Railroad. At a point where a
sharp curve occurs in the road, the
robbers had placed heavy timbeis
across the track. The engineer,
John Raflerty, saw the obstruction
in time to reverse tlie engine and
apply the air brakes, but the robbers
observing the movement tired at
him from their ambush and shot
him dead. The engine struck the
logs and went off the track, followed
into the ditch by one baggage car,
the other with passenger cars re
maining on the track. Several
passengeiii were bruised. The
robliers, after securing tlie contents
of the sate of the express messenger,
rode off on horseback. Amomr the
passengers were thirty Chinese stu
dents en route tor Springfield, Mass.
The crews of various Spanish
men of war, having revolted, the
Government lias issued a proclama
tion declaring 'them piraUW and
authorizing their capture ami treat
ment as such uy any foreign power.
An effort was made in the Cartes
on the 21st to censure the Govern
ment tor the decree declaring the
crew of the Spanish frigate Cartba
gena, pirates, but was regected by
a vote of 110 to 90.