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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1874)
McMinnville folks are curious
over an advertised "midnight sale."
The "forest maidens" attend the
Methodist Church at Oregon City.
Several Forest Grove pupils en.
tered the P. I. a few days since.
Some of them wear funeral eyes now.
Messrs. Kinney & Co.,ofJaIem,
are contracting for the erection of a
warehouse in that City, 60 by 100
teet, to hold 3,000 tons ot wheat.
At an adjourned meeting of the
County Commissioners, held at
Olympia, a few days since, a county
tax of six mills was levied.
On account of the extraordinary
demand for lumber, the mill at Port
Madson will commence to run at
Mining matters in Montana are
looking up a little. The yield from
that Territory will be much greater
this year than tor some years past.
The Coast Review says of our
mines: "In Utah everything is
looking up, mines are being opened
Indians furnish fuel for Pendle-
Twenty candidates are canvass
ing Polk County
The La Grande races commenced
on the 27 th inst
Dallas admires a new church bell
It cost 8750
La Grande folks are putting in
spare time picnicmg.
The Salem Wo len Mills are
again running on full time.
The jail at Pendleton is empty.
The citizens are not angry.
Pools are selling at Walla Walla
on the Oregon election.
La Grande is soon to have an or-
ganizatiou known as the bald-head
The foot bridge across Mill Creek,
Salem, on High street, has been con
demned. Mr. 1 1 unsakcr, who was tried tor
stealing at Dallas a lew days since,
Mart Brown has been amusing
La Grande folks with his April fool
The Grangers in the vicinity of
Dallas are going to celebrate the
A short time itnee the goods,
notes and accounts of Jacobson
Bros., at Camas Prairie. Idaho,
were sold at SherifPssale on execu
tion in favor of Portland and San
Francisco creditors to the amount of
about 818,000. The sales amount
ed to about 88,000. The property
soia was dig up to about its full val
ue, as we are informed.
ence of Mr.
eiivi iuALMim:i) CICWCU Willi UHUMIZtl
industry and enterprise. This Ter- Fonf
ritorv oantains snmA nt t.hn rieiw 'ie ibidem
j4- j Morrison, near Louisville.
lunron uu in: want, aim is utfMHiCU '
to be one of the leading bullion- ".angl't fire on last Monday,
producing sections of this continent. "g wmwnea.
All eyes are being directed to it, The Peyton Tribune of the
and a large amount of capital is 23d says: Several thousand pounds
drifting in that direction." of wool of tnis yer'K clipping, be
VicWoodhull lectured at Salt longinK Bowman, Cram A Jones,
Lake recently. The IVfame only through town on the 10th,
had the following notice nextmorn. for portland market,
ing:"Tothecrediiofourmilitary The Eugene orsys; Some
and our I'ederal officials, we are parson in camping at Dev. Mr. Mar
pleased to report that they were tin's place, about thirty miles from
very lightly represented at the dis- nere tne ,e" down and the
graceful Woudhnll lecture. The gte a,ld b,,t tor ll
i . hv i i. n -.L . notice of some men coming down
lecture "Naked truth without an i,iK ,irnert. f. s
Apron" is said t have been vulgar would have soon been destroyed in
enough to bring a blush to the a snwrt time.
cheek of a Mormon priest.
A correspondent, writing from n Th? fm "The NobIe
iv.ii nu ! a c f.i r brands and ice Grands of Olym
I alls Cty, informs the Seattle - LotJge No j and Wef4fl
ft(7Mw that there is considerable Lodge No. 6, 1. O. O. F, went out
excitement in that locality at the with carriages to Tenino Monday to
present time on account of the pro- e8Cort Grand Mastcr & (- Strnve
prietors of the store having soldout TA
to a, gentleman from Kansas, who gratu lations of Iwth Lodges. There
lias gone hack for his and thirteen teiug but six Lodges in the Territo-
ither famuV, whoare going to set- ry tne $M Fellows feel rather
tie at that place. Our correspond- Pd honor of having the
, . - , r . brand Master elected Irom here."
cut further says, that the second .
term of school commenced on the Tlie Waa WaUa Union
11th inst., that th ey have a fine "The young man from Hog Kye
sohoolhouse, and would like some creek, who wrote scurrilous rhymes
oi our ministers to pay the place a lu w,e ugnier, nna men got into
visit, and see what good they can f n with fists with her ft-
J ther, a short time since, was in-
"- , . dieted, tried and convicted of libel,
An election for officers of the but was made happy by the Court
Mormon church took place at Salt sustaining a motion to arrest jndg.
Lake last week. The Tdlnme ment on the grounds that the law
.. . under winch he had been convicted
says; Hr.ghamoung was again wft8 no longer of binding fo,TC. The
sustained as Prophet, Seer and Kev- Hnc
elator, and president of the Church terrors of the law any further- all
ot Jesus Christ ot lJrtter-day saints w oiu man.
i - : i) i I "
v a uiiniiiuious vuwj. muuiers m, n,
c i.t j m j j j Tne lymp'a Coutw, of last,
Smith a nfi Wnl e iconi AarrvGfifui I -a 1
...... v. Monday, says : "Two ladies and a
from the co-joint prophetship and little child had a narrow escape from
revelatorship, and were installed as drowning yesterday, in the bay, be-
first and second counselors of the low Tumwater bridge. They
great Had-Centqr. George A. STBITEtftt
.Smith was elected to the Trustee-in commenced to fall and attempted
Truthship; A, Camngton raised to to seek shelter under the bridge. In
some way the boat upset and all
were thrown into the water. Almost
a miracle they all caught hold of
the boat, and it supported them un
til they were rescued. They floated
down nearly a mile before help came
A long time ago one Kyger. the
County Treasurer of Wal'a Walla
comity, defaulted and his estate
went into bankruptcy. The State.
man of last Saturday savs : "A div.
idend of 12$ per cent, has been de
clared on the Kyger estate. Out
of this dividend the sum of $1,481
67 goes to the county. This sum
will not cover theexpenses incurred
by the county in proseeutine the
claim. Indeed, so far as anv benefit.
to the county is concerned, it would
have been unite as well it there had
never been any attempt to collect the
Sitf.wv. l his is the way county
affairs are managed.
The prospect tor an qarlier ad
journment than has been hitherto
expected seems to have improved.
The hot weather, with the desire
that Congressmen begin to feel to
be at home looking after the tall
elections, ha had a wonderful stim
ulating effect on bnisness in the
House, and now many members re
ally believe an adjournment in the
latter part of June is probable.
J. M. Paeon, the newly elected
Grand Secretary of the Grand
Lodge of Oregon, I. O. O. F., was
in Salem Tuesday. He went to re.
ceive the books and papers of the
Grand Lodge, which was turned
over to him.
"If you say that again I'll let
down my back hair and scream I"
said a Washington belle. He
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at Bight.
Interest allowed on tlmcdcposlt In coin.
Exchange on Portland, Sun Francisco,
and IScw York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collections mndeand pronmtlv remitted.
Jf?" J? H- w- Coriiett, Henry Falling
W. S. Ladd.
Banking honrs from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, W71-2v8
A. W. GAMBLE, M. D.,
Physician, Sursreon. etc.
OFFICE Flrft street, adjoining Weed's
grocery store. RraiDKXrK-Opposfte
late residence nf John C. Memlenhnll, near
the Foundry, First street.Albany.
rpHE CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
HE AIM? US & MOWERS.
riHluc-x Headers, (Wood's improved.)
CiMliiillnrd'g Indiana Farm Wagon
The Runnel and Vibrator Threshers,
(best machines on the coast.
Statesman Forcefecd Drill.
Star Plows, and other machines
Cnll. Sep flttd mr iiWim. ami ..........
buying elsewhere, at my Blacksmith 8hop.
wrner Second ami Ellsworth sto., Albany.
pUBES ALL INTERNAL AND K 3
lull A.'hca onH Pblnri DnwlYt.
JfcWSWW UIIU 1MUD A Ml III! T uirj
Blood; Kegnlates the Liver; Cures Agm
and bad Colds. Dont be without it Sold
S. M. JOKES. J. MtiBEY HIU. .
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
J. W. BALDWIN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
7TLL PRACTICE IN ALL THE Courts
. - " ' " ..." . ' uuuibw
trleui. In th. RnnMmn rinni.. f
im'l In thelT. S. District and Circuit Courts!
Omri In PuiHali l.i-i. L- ,.,at.,l,i i
office oeenpied by the late B. H. Cran'or.
eiiwi, Auiany, uregon. tolSTB,
D. B. HOT, H. D.,
ur8-eon & Physician.
OFFKK-Flint street, between Ferry
and Broadalbin. RESinENrE-Thlrtr
dlst Church, Albsny, Oregon. v5n0,
J. c. POWELL.
W. C. TWEED ALE,
Tobnrro, Chrnrs, nllrrjr 4'ruek
ery, and Wood A Willow Ware,
&jr Call and e him. Uv&
Several parties were before the
Court at Walla Walla last week
fur selling liquor to minors
The several candidates for tlm T.Pirl9-
lature and the different county offices,
are expected to be present and address
the voters of Linn county at tlie follow
ing times and places:
llalsey Friday .... May 22.
HarrisburK... Saturday .. ' 23.
Brownsville.. Monday... " 25.
S. Home Tnesday .. " .
Telmnon Wednesday " 27.
8clo Thursday.. ' 2.
Miller's Friday.... l 2!).
Albany Saturday.. " 30.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
(Jold in New York, 11! X.
Legal tenders, 88'89Xc.
San Frniictaeo Markets.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between Win. H. Kuhn and
James 0. Van Rensselaer under the Arm
name of W. II. Kuhn A(X), is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, the note's
and accounts due said Arm becoming the
property of the said Van Rensselaer, and
to whom, or his representative, they must
t)e paid, and to whom must bo presented
all claims against the said firm.
W. H. KUHN, 1
- Ph. C. SCHUYLER,
Guardian state of
JAS. C. VAN" RENSSELAER.
Referring to the above, I give notice-that
the notes and accounts due W. H. Kuhn
Co., will lie collected by Jas. 11. Wvatt, of
the Ann of Clark A Wyatt, wha maybe
tound at the old stand nf Kuhn A Co., and
who is fully authorized te receipt and'
settle the same.
Pft C. SCHTYIJat,
Guardian estate of
Jas. C. V a n Kao'ssEL abb.
Albany, Or., Feb. S, IsTMia.
POWELL & 1M W,
Attorneys and raanselars. at la
A NI) solicitors in chancery (L
IPUnn Hnton. VI.irAi . 11. . . . '
coueetbms and conveyances promptly at-.
T. W. KAURIS. B.TTlBOUOHTOH.
II Villus & BOtrOHTOB,
Phyaictans aBd urB'eona
OFFICE-OVER A. CA BOTHERS A Col,
Residence of Or. Harris- Fourth-st., four
blocks westof theConrt House, liesidence
of Dr. Boughton -Opposite Dr. Tate, on
Third street. novhV7!
Albany Book Stores.
Fancy Articles, A.
Books 1 1 m ported te seder, at shortest poa-.
slble notice. vinan
Die. GEO. W. GRAY,
OFFICE IN FARRISH BRICK BLOCK.
dence-Camor Fifth and Ferry Htreete.
Ontce. hoars fiwiis t n 14 ,,vi,w.i- ,
1 te.5 ol-lock p. m. y '"-'SSI
THE BAF TEAM STHX LI YEN.
AND IS FLOmiSHLNG LIKE A qrbbw
liay tree. Thankful for ist favors,
and wislUng to merit the continuance of'
the same, the IIAV tit am .11 ..1 v"
miily. and cu-ily found, to do uny hauling
Mltblii the city limits, for a reasonably.
...... mwm, CHS " envery 1 4mmIs
2uv5 . Pronrfetor.
GO TO THE
the apostolic dignity, and Orson
Pratt made Church historian, with
the dunder head, Willord Wood
ruff, tor assistant."
Union County is being assessed.
Pendleton clamors for a barber.
Mart Taylor has turned up at
La Grande is trembling over a
Caterpiilere by tlie pilKwa are
pjaking their appearance in. the vi-
fsmtty ot J.a Grande.
Tlie Marshal of Idaho passed
through Walla Walht last week
with three prisoners ton the Peniten
tiary at Boise. Two Chinese prison
ers, convicted at the late term of
Court at Lewiston one.tor selling
whiskey to Indians and the other
Wheat- 1 wxM f 100 ll.
Floitr - Extra, S 12; other brands,
15 25. 7J V lta.
Oats- l ,wl 70 V 100 its.
ONluK8-t2 73 V 100 Ilia.
Whkat- II awi 70 V oental of 100 Bs.
Oats - 4.1c bushel.
Floi'B Finn ; choice-brands 5 00(rii 00
Baulky -t. toffcl Wnercental.
Onionsi gi o n.
BtJTTRif-Extra dalrj- fs&SOc V tt ; com
PoiiLTBY-Grown chickens, $3 SOi V
Wool--22imc V l
HliMS-Ctinteo dryK16c V B, ; salted, 7c.'
WJIBAT-Wliite, Vlmshel. 7.m80c
l.vrs-V bushel, cts.
FLoru - bbl, g 00.
Beans- White, V id, SSI c.
Dried Farrr-Apples, v m, s cents;
Puachcsjfl Xflj.Pluius, I4c; Currants, 10c
BtiDYEK-Fresh roll, UOkBm V n..
cihckkns Vdoren.14 .was.
SvnR8 -Crushed. 1.1c; Island, KKaiic;
San Frai)Oiscoinflnod, lSBo V ft.
TEA-YouffK Hyson, $1 is ; Japan, 7Sc
COFFER-SBC v n.
s.ALT-i(e(c v n.
&YBUP- Heavy Golden, V keg, M; Ex
heavy Golden, tl (10 V ml.
Bacon Hans lie, Sides So, 8houlrtcr8 7c
LMD-In tins, lie V D ; In kogs. 8c.
OtM-Devoeti Kerosene, 8iJ4c Vg, V
an, 8 als.2 50 ; Linseed Oil, raw,
iral.llBi, WM1 tin.
Hkdes -Undt9ed deer skins, 20c V
Ji!4,'i dry eow Wdes, flint No.
I, lOOllo Vtt ; (treen suited, No. 1, S
sheepskins, 25jO0c eaoh.
FiK8-Otter(,lMeach; Fisher, 1103
each ; Beaytr, 800(1 n 1 Coyote. Mft
S tic weh Coon skins, 8 10c ei)ch.
1 if j
T BI T
&c, 8tt, &c,
CHAP FOR C I Mil I
Country Produce ol All Kinds
BOUGBJT FOB MEBCHABDISB OB.
O C !
Tills Is the ntace to get the BEST TIM
GAINS evei; ottered In Albany. Part
will ajwari do well tocajland oaforthttm
FtHB.tret,A)hanJr, Oregon,. says
WHY SAY THIS DAMAGING AB.
troublesome complaint cannot be
cure l, wbon so many evidences at success
mlprht hs placed before you every day -cures
of supiwsed hopeless cases? Your
physician informs yon that, the longer yoni
allow the complaint to exist, you lessen
your chances for relist Bnxrienee ha
A. t'arotUers A Co.'s rile Fills afe
arc all thev lirp mniim.i.Hul ... wrn.
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles in,'
ft vm- DhArt 41..... . ... ' fi ... . . '
ml V """" iiinv nu wv nmvrmrm in use.
Ihrspivimmtlonlsw'iit by mall or ex-,
press to anypoint within the United States
at U 50 i!L' package.
Addlss, A. CA110THEBS A CO.,
S'VJ BOXSS. Altwnv rn.nr
Groceries & Provisions
HAS JUST OPKJTEP BIS BBW GBOCEB;
evtabllsiiinent en corner of EUsworth
and Hrst streets,, with a fresh stock of
Groceries, 1'iavisions, Candies, Climrs. To
bceo, c, to which lie Invites the atten
tion cm our citizens.
In oonneotittn with the store he will keep,
a Battery, ami will always have on hand a,
full supply of fwalrbread, crackers, Ac.
S3t Call and see.me.
lYIetasler Chair t
Oaa be had at the foUonlng places :
Harrlsbum gam. May
Junction City.... ,..8mllli A Brasflelfl
llvownsville . . . .Kirk A Bum
ABny .Graf ACoUir
A full snppiv can also be obtained at my
old shop on First rreelbanyOrejM