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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1876)
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COLK VA1ST OLEVE,
jf THE REGISTER BUItDINOi
Corner Ferry and First StreeU.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
One copy, one year. .....
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To clnbsof 1 weii ty, each copy
smak .-opie ...Vi Tl I?,";,,
onlwrllx-ni outside of I.lnn county will iw
charged 40 omit mxttn-W To tr (be jnnr-M
thiit til the luuomit of po;age ler annum
whk-.h we are required to pay on each iaper
mailed by n. "
We come pietty near having the four
season during tlie week.
Head tlie gnme law and be tlianktul tor
sncii wentlier a wear liaving.
Spring good will soon be on tlie counter
of our merchant.
Onr farmers seize every opportunity to
speed the plow between sliowers.
.Tilge Motitanye nial wife reaclieil tlii
cHy on the noon train Tuesday. Welcome
lawyers getting on a big ready lor Cir
cuit Court. - , . .. . , :
John Memlenliail ami daughter, of Iort
laud, came up on Tuesday. ,
Travel by tlie river boats seem to be on
the inerea.e. . " -
Don't target Hartley's wlicn you are In
want of groceries, provisions, etc.
A week more and Circuit Court will be
Mr. J. K. Morrison, of tlie St. Charles
hotel, is getting about again after hU severe
And now come tlie little teak AValtons,
teazing dad for bits with which to secure
fUhooks and line.
The festive angle-worm now trembles at
rverv Dovish step, as tlie trouting .vasou
approaciietli. - "ir.
Ans. MarsluiH's livery stable I about
completed, and i rather ornamental than
Golues Svrcp. Best ejktra a small
Jot below .market rates, at Isliedd.
24tf. A WIIEKI.EK.
iHsrovriNrED. The revival meetings
at the M. E. Church have been til-scon-tinned.
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Sold Oct. Nate Baum has sold his
store to Mr. Coehn, ot Portland, ami Ed.
Regular meeting of T.tmi Engine Co..
No. 2. at their Iiall over Grad wold's store,
on First street, .'Monday evening next.
Personal. Mr. John Metzler. of Jeffer
son, spent Sunday m tins ciry. lie suiter
eoosKlerauiy witn ins lame nana.
, Wallace Maimey. ot Salem, droppetl in
( a moment. rueiay. v anaoe ikm entire
ly recovered from his recent unwcllness,
we were glad to see. y
Tlie Courier Jonrnid makes Hie' remark.
"We confess Hiat we do not like tlie devil,"'
When Hie A. X. Jlsportar cruelly says :
Tamiliarity breeds contempt.'
Tlie wife of the Marquis of Bute wa re
cently delivred of twins. Ami now tlie
papers are sayiitg. wickel etiottgli, a pair
Ot Bate-, a it were."
Pete Schloer is getting ready to put
p a new liwry stable south of Miller's
blacksmith shop, comer of Second and Fer
That extension whip, put np at Titm
Bros, for I r. Roland, last week vra1 to
be sneezeil at by no means. A for work"
tnanship it couUhit well he excelled.
Baptist SticiAiiLE. A socfcilile fir Hie
benefit of tlie Baptist church will he bekl
at EkW R. C Hill's on Tuesday evening.
March 7th. A pleasant time will doubtless
be experienced by all wlm attend.
Revival. The revival meetings at tlie
Evangelical Church are still progressing,
with good attendance. Tlie interest is still
good, with several forward each evening
for prayers. -
Square ON the Books. Last week Co.
Treas., Capt. Shields P"M Into the State
exchequer at Salem tlie balance due from
Linn county in the way of taxes for 1875,
amounting to s total ot $25,322 43. , ,
Sociable. A socUble will be iven-Wt
the resklencB of Seo. FSettlemeir, Esq.,
on Frkbiy evening 'tMifght fojr tne bene
fit of Hie M. E. Cliurch. A general Invi
tation is extended to all friends of the
church to attend.
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Funeral Sermon. -Tlie funeral sermon
of the eldest daughter of W, W, and Sarah
E. Parrlsn, will be preaclied at the Evan
gelical Church on Sunday, Marcli 5Um 1870,
at 11 o'clock a. m., by Rev. J. Bowersox.
All are invited, i ? i 1
Died. AV. H. MendenhalU brought
lown from Sweet Home on Saturday week,
died on Sunday morning last, at Uie resi
dence of Dr. Griffin, of consumption. De
ceased was a Good Templar, ami tlie order
took charge of the funeral service, which
traitxplred on AVednesday,; Deceased was
33yeirs of ag?.
Numerous. From tlie talk it would
seem that about half the member ot the
Democratic party In Linn county are candi
dates for Hie dee of Sheri fl. at Hie coming
election, wl.i'a a largo mber t tlie bal
ance hanker if.cr the Comity "Clerk"' offlee.
AVc haven't heard of a single caiididate for
He of.'.je of County Treasurer. AV sup-Iveinocn'-'
have concluded that Capt.
-;.i-Ms his a lift; lease on this eisy -h as
f ,r t'teir party Is concerned.
Andy Hill, son of Elder R. C. Hill of
this city, started for the Dalles in the Trout
of the week. Andy liaa lwd one or more
attacks of hemorrhage ot the lungs lately,
and the change of residence U made in the
liope that it may prove beneficial.
A telegram to Geo. W. Gray, received
on Tuesday, informed us thtt the proposi
tion oi Linn Engine Co. had been received
and accepted by tlie Clapp & Jones Manit
f:icturtnr Company. The .steamer will be
cent at once, and may be expected here by
the last of this month.
The leap year iarty at Judge Powell',:
last Tuesday evening, was a success. The
girl escorted the boys to the party, and
each boy carried a cake a, his donation to
the party, while the girls purchased the
nut, candies, etc The supper is spoken
ot as perfectly splendid, awl the whole
affair one of unalloyed pleasure.
Lecture Judge McArthur will lecture
for the benefit ot tlie Library Association
this (Friday) evening, at the Congregational
Church. The Judge Is highly spoken of as
a lecturer of no mean ability, and those at
tending will doubtless enjoy a rich literary
treat. ' ' I ..
Firemen's Election. Under the ordi
nance creating a fire department for the
city of Albany, an election Is ordered for
tlie 10th day of April next, at which tlicre
are to be elected one Chief Engineer ami
one Assistant Engineer. Already tlie boys .
are "centering on the parlies to fill these
important offices, ami somebody's going to
be elevated, but wIk the incky men will be
is more'n we can say jnst at present.
Tlie people ot New York are enjoying
something ot our Oregon Winter, if the
following, taken from tlie JVew York Gra
phic, is a true bill: "Whiter is simply ex
haling away in fogs and mucky languor.
Tliere is no brightness, crispness or sharp
ness about her, but she is like one dying
of rickets ami niarasms, utterly tedious and
Xew Maoazink. Wallace K. Strnble,
ot Portland. sends ns a "prospectus for a
new Magazine, to be entitled tlie Webfoot
lliigiizine. which he proposes to Issue at
Portland about the first of April. . The
magazine will be devoted to literature.
science, tlie arts, m-vvs, etc., and will be
furnished to subscribers at $2 ier annum.
Success to the enterprise.
Jvkt List. Following is a list of the
jurors drawn for tlie coming term of the
I.iun County Circuit Court: W. M.
Ketchom, W.C Morgan, George C. Davis.
Philip Baltimore, Moses Miller, Scinford
Crowtler. Rolander Parrish. Albany;. Xa-
tlwn lifiini. W. B. Kirk, H. R. Powell.
Jos. Pearl, Joseph Sanders, Jos. Harrison.
David Cooper, John Stan-, Brownsville;
Win. Montgomery, Hiram Williams. Lew
is Bay, Seio ; E. C. Rogers, J. W. Comp
ton. Franklin Butte ; Jas. Slater, I.elmioii;
J. L. Rmld, Halsey; Iki vid Slierer, Orleans;
W. A. Johnson. JohuConser, E. J. Dsilcy,
Syracuse ; W. E. Payne. Center, Ephraim
Jackson, John Lujier, Sweet Home ; J. S.
Wright," Brush Creek; Joe Somerville,
M. E. Sunday School Concert. Tlie
regular monthly concert of tla. Methodist
Suialay S-liool takes place on Sunday next,
to which all are invited. The concerts here
tofore given Iiave proven very interesting,
ami from tlie pains taken in getting up tlie
ceming concert, we may expect it to be
oipi.il it It does not snrpa-5 its pretlecessors
in interest- As these concerts are for the
Iienettt ot tlie school, a collection will be
taken up. ami tlio-e w ho attend should le
willing, and go prepared, to give liberally.
so tltat Ilia necessary apers. books, etc..
may be procured to enable tlie school to lie
conducted profitably and to the benefit of
all attending. The school is now one of
Hie largest in tlie city, and Is constantly
growing In interest. ,
College Impkovement Aid Society.
Is tlie nameot Hie new society created
out of tlie two College societies. A sugges
tive name, Unt it ? Tlie object of tlie for
mation of this new society is to give an
entertainment for tlie purpose of raising
coin to bulk! a new fence around tlie Col
legefence it In. like. This U a good idea,
to be sure, and we hope tlie object may be
accomplished. At a recent meeting it was
decided that an entertainment would be
given about tlie 1st. of April a good time
which dmukl embrace a sociable, fancy
fair and refreshments, and to carry cot tlie
programme in good shape. Hie following
committees were appointed : Finance
Mary Hannon, C. E. AVolverton, AA'. Tur
rell and Clara. E. Price, Kate Conner and
I .aura Tate. Entertainment L. Cleaver,
E. F. SeocC II. Stewart. Cora Irvine and
Haggle Foster. Fancy Fair Libbte
Irvine, Jennie Conner, Llbbie Altltouse and
Mrs. A. V. Peters. Refreshments J. T,
Tate. C. E. AVolverton, Llbbie Alt house.
Mrs. AA'elUia Sox, MarLa Irvhie, Clara E.
Price, llettle Thompsoti and C. R. Temple-
ton. Decoration E F. Sox, Llbbie Irvine,
Kate Conner,. II. Giililand aud Francis
Martin. In such Iiands as the above, the
entertainment is certain to be way up.
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Remaining in . the Post Office, Albany,
Linn county, Oregon, March 2d, 1876.
Persons calling for these letters must give
the date on which they were'' advertised.
Castle, Carl Morehouse, G AV
Castle, 3 AV Miller, Mrs Ainnda
Caldwell. Elizabeth McVaden, Harvey
Clark, Ezra T
Mulkey, Farlow .
Nixon. K II
Reynolds, Elislia :
Scott, M 4
Sloon, Mrs F E
Tlwmpson. T M
Taylor, T J
' AA'asom, Miss M
AV heeler, Andrew
AVI UK Martha A
RAYMOND, l M.
Ea reck son, II B
Gearliart,El izabel li
Hall Co, Simlridgc
Hilbert. Miss Ida
Holcc TJ ;
Johnson. J J
Kent, A W
Mrs. Martin is very ill with lever.
Billy Beach is confined to his room with
typhoid fever. His physicians are Impeful.
The Spring emigration lia commenced,
tlie first batch having reached pur hospit
able shores the second day of the week.
A leap-year skating party is talked of
tor Mondny night. To be given by the la
dies, of course. i
Jake Kiel chner returned from Portland
on the 1st, after about a lortnight's ab-
The Southern MethodUts of this city
talk of holding a festival or sociable at tlie
Pacific Opera House about the 17th lust.
Sunday's Work.' At Brownsville last
Sunday, Elder Iluiisackcr is reported to
iiave married four couples, and it wasn't
"an over average day for business, either.
2Cenralgia worked on Mrs. Smith
Till "neath the sod it laid her.
Slie was a worthy Methodist.
And served as a crusader.
George Anderson, aged about 17, son of
Win. P. Anderson, died at tlie residence of
his Citlier, ahont twelve miles south of this
city, on last Tuesday, lie had been sick
The Daily Olaoipia, the first number of
which was issued last Monday, lias reached
tis. II the nrst number is an lenex of the
future conduct of tlie daily, it will be well
worthy the support of Olympians. Mur
phy & Bagley are the proprietors.
We are pleased to learn that, at the an
nual business meeting of Calvary Church
last week, Rev. Howard W. Strattou was
unanimously called to fill the iastorate of
tliat Church din ing 1876. Bro. Strattou is
an able divine, and one of tlie truest and
best lueu iu the ministry. That's our tuin-
Fresh Groceries. Mr. J. Hi Hadley
lias ojiencd out a fresh stock of groceries.
provisions, etc., in the storeroom On First
street lately occupied by II. AVecd. Mr.
Hadley proposes to sell goods : way- down
for cash, and as he thoroughly understands
tlie business, is an . honest, enterprising,
straightforward dealer, will soon attract a
srood living Ln-iness. Bead his card in
Mr. Taylor, at Sam. Miller's wagon shop.
is putting up some elegant ofliee furniture,
Spring fever" has broke out in a most
virulent manner in the adjacent isles,
Twcedale i the inau who sells the "what
U it :-'' ; ' .
A sure remedy for Chills and Fever.
Ayer's Ague Cure never fails.
ip?rlal Notices. , i
Z ?AAA"ho wants to buy a good job oflii'e,
with Gorilon press, and good supply of ma
terial, late styles and nearly new ? A bar
sain can be obtained..
iZfT If you want to buy the latest style
of lady Rubber lioots, go to Jake Fleiscli-
ner's, on First ami Broadalbiu streets. - Ctf
t-?"Cash paid for Eggs, at
ner s. corner of t irst ai d
In Every Town and A'illago jmrsons may
be found who have been saved from death
from consumption by Hale's Honey or
Horelionnd and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one
AA'hen Hie physical energies are over
tasked or flag through weakness or disease,
tliey need prompt reinforcement. Renew
ed vigor is most speedily supplied through
the medicinal resources ol that class, Hos-
tetter's Stomach Bitters assuredly deserve
a preeminent place. AA'eakness, whether
constitutional or arising from disease or
over fatigue, cannot be better eomDcusated
lor than by a resort to his prime strength'
ening cordial. The enfeebled invalid, tlie
convalescent, and the age-1, infirm, find
that it Is an unfailing source ot vigor and
comfort. 1 1 combined tonic ami alterative
propel ties also coustitue it an invaluable
remedy for indigestion, weakness of tlie
organs of urination, constipation, torphlity
of I he liver, ami many oiImt iri-egnlarities
and disjibilities. and render it an invaluable
protection against malaria, as well as dis
orders of tlie sU'uiacli and uowels. men.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Thuksday, March 2l, 187G.
Gold in New York, I14i.
AVIieat, S2.-3C iier bnsiiel.
Butter, 3tm 40c per tk.
.Eggs, Mte per doxen., ,
Oats, Gil4c per bushel-..
San Francisco wheat market, f l 531,-
92 U 100 its.
Portland' wheat market, $1 62,i'Sl C5
ler cental sacked.
From parties who lave recently visited
tlie placer mines Kt Fort Lane, the Jack
sonville Sentinel learns .that - the previous
reports of the'.r richness are not exaggerat
ed. A nugget weighing $400 was picked
up by Mr. Jas. McDonough, ami several
other smaller pieces Iiave also been found.
The depth of tlie bedrock is not more than
two feet, and after sluicing off the dirt gold
in cousiderabli) quantities is picked from
tlie bare rock. '.;'
Articles of incorporation ot the-' Sand
Ridge Hall Company luive been filed in
tlie offlee of the Secretary of State. . Incor
porators Alonzo Bardwezs, F. Haley,
TjOiiis Kester, -M. Scott, James Kcstcr.
Capital stock. I,0(lO with power to In
crease to $2,000. Place of business. Sand
Ridge, Lane county. Business, to erect a
liall tor the use ol the Good Templars and
The hull of the new steamer which Is
being constructed at Cclilo is finished aud
is receiving Hie machinery. The dlmen-
bttita rt rfis limit afoamnu ni. T mtnlh I I t
feet; beam, Si feet; hold, 8 foet. The
machinery and lioiier which has been usei
on the steiuue.r Tem'm are being transfer
red from Hie old to tlie new steamer. The
new lwat will be ready lor service some
time In My,
. , Tlie Keeord or the FprT-
Editor Register : I send you a copy
of the Christian Messenger containing a very
startling record of tlie Catholic Church.
AVould it not be well for every Republican
paiier to liold Hiis record before Hie voters
of Oregor ? AVliat a pity such men as tne
editor of the Messenger ami tlie Democrat
will hug such a set ot villainous, blood
thirsty murderers to their hearts at every
election to gain Hie Catholic vote. How
ever, if they did not. Democracy would
soon close its eyes and die. for they are tlie
bone and sinew of the Democratic party.
From a GRANGER.
Following is the article alluded to by
It has insulted heaven.
It lias oppressed earth.
it lias perverted tlie truth.
' Tt has trampled on kings.
It Jias opposed liberty.
" It has inaugurated war.
It has incited murder.
It has old "indulgences."
It lias Liken away tlie Bible.
It lias opposed education.
It has gloated over its Auto-dti-fe.
It has blasphemed the name of Hie Most
It has declared Itsclt infallible.
It has spoken great words against the
Most High. .t..r
l has sought to cliange times and
It luts grasped political power.
It has sought to overtlirow Republican
Jt lias employed tlie dungeon, tlie lialter,
Hie rack, and the stake, in Its war against
It: has iied lying, assassination, and
wholesale massacres in .propagating Its
power, and crushing Its enemies."
It is the sum ot all religious villainies
P. has cursed, men while living, ami
tried to damn tliein wlicn dead. .
Pope Julius put to death 200,000 Chris
tian Protestants hi seven years.
The French Catliolies massacred 100,000
Christians in three months.
Roman Catholics killed fully 1,000,000
Waldenses. , ' ' '
Tlie Jesuits destroyed 900,000 persons in
thirty years. ; '
Under tlie Catholic Duke of Alva. 26.000
Protestants were executed by the hang
man. Irish Catholics massacred 150,000 men.
women and children.
It has placed ujion the record Hie awful
dav of St. liartlioJomew.
The whole number of persons massacred
by the papacy is estimated at ffteen mil
lion, and the estimate is a low one.
This is the power that Is fixing its fangs
on our body politic ; that is cursing our
public schools, and relaxing no effort to
ipo them out of existence ; that Is tlie
sworn enemy of an open Bible, and of civil
and religions liberty. This is the power
that is creating Cardinals in our midst ;
tliat is pouring out her money to bind onr
nation hand and foot. Do Protestants re
alize their danger ? Arc Americans on the
watch ?, ...Tliere. Is danger Impending are
we prepared to meet It ? The Christian,
Romanism makes war on tlie public
school for the same reason it made war
on the printing press until it was beyond
reason to hope to destroy tt. ' Free schools
and free presses give to-J mucti light to Hie
people, and Rome loves darkness ratlwr
than light, because her deeds are evil. '
D. T. S.
The Daytonites are now crying butter,
butter, while there is no butter.
AA'ashingtou's birth-day was observed at
McMhiuvllle as well a practicable.
Tlie body of diaries AA'estlmrg, who fell
overboard at Astoria some weeks ago and
was drowned, Is been recovered.
George Croncr was plowing in a field
near Eugene, and liad occasion to fix some
thing at Hie end of the beam, ami while
thus engaged was kicked on the foreliead
oy one ot tne norses.
A mining stock company has been or
ganized iu Roseburg- for Hie iriose of
working quartz ledges iu tliat and adjoin
ing counties. Tlie capital stock was plac
ed at $120,000 aud wad subscribed. .
Tuesday evening, last week, about ohe
mile north of Roseburg, tlie train rm over
Mr. Jas. MarslialPs mare, breaking her
leg and otherwise injuring iter, Iroin wuicti
site died tne next uay. ? ; -
Lewisville is situated in the soutlieni
part ot Polk county, in one of Hie best
farmintr nreciucU of Hie count v. Tliere
are some six or eight field of fall wheat hi
sight of town, which looks well.
The steamer OittfieS,' since' the snspen
sion of navigation on tl Upjicr Golumbia,
has teeu placed on tlie ways, at Celilo,
She has been completely overhauled, and
is now in excellent condition for service.
Major Cornoyer has not yet taken charge
of the Umartlla Indian Agency, aud prob
ably will not until Hie middle of March or
first of April. It will take about that time
lor his bonds to be approved at Washing
Not less than 300 fishing boats will be
employed on the Columbia river during
the fishing season. Fishermen everywhere
are actively employed in preparations of
all descriptions, aud anticipate a very suc
Lewisville, Polk county, has three stores,
one wagon shop, one blacksmith shop, one
harness simp. A boot and shoe shop is
needed bad. The town has no whiskv
mill, no hoodlums, and all Hie people are
cm rcn tneuioers nut one.
-.Tlie Roseburg Vluimtanler has been
shown a sec!iiieii from the Browning
ledge, on Grave Creek, Hint proves it quite
a rich ledge. It was an amalgam quant i
ty from 3a tons ore, and contained about
$50. A company has been organized to
worn uic letige.
The Polk county Itaiuzcr says : Johnny
Ruble living near Elleudale, slmt and kill
ed a large gray eagle last Monday. It
was very large, measuring seven feet from
tip to tip of the wings, and three feet three
inches from the point of its beak to the. end
ol iu tan.
Tlie postoffice of Seattle Is becoming a
laborious place. Upwards of $2,000 in
postal orders passed through it last week.
W. 8. Ladd, Esq., banker at Portland,
has Invested $9,000 In real estate at As
toria. '-,, ;': iiO's-.T- -
There was a leap-year party at Astoria
Friday night, which was in every way sue
eessful. Hon. Lee Liugliliii, of Xortii Yamhill,
lias sold hU farm to Mr. Frank House-
worth of the same place. .
Tlie Walla Walla ,S7tei is mncli dis
pleased at tlie failure of Hie scheme to
annex tliat part ot the Territory to Ore
gon. : ' ,
An old man named Lee was arrested at
Silver City last week, charged with com
plicity iu the robery of the Boise and AVIn-
nemucca stage. '
An additional foot ot snow, fell In Boise
Basin last week, which is worth inany
thousands ol dollars to Hie placer miners
iu that region.
An Insane man named Seribuer escaped
from his custodians near Pa louse Bridge
about two weeks ago, . ami up to last ad
vices lie had not been recaptured. .
Mr. R. II. Hewitt, secretary of the
AVashliigtoti I ml us trial Association, has a
quantity of wheat and oats for distribu
tion from the Department ot Agriculture.
Tlie Utah brewers are going to sliow the
world wlmt Uiey can do in Hie way of pro
ducing beer, and will accordingly exhibit
their production at the Centennial.
There are at present fourteen prisoners
iu the Jefferson county jail. Madison can
now boast of a regular cltalu fang with a
guard over them, and are out at work every
day. - .;W. s
AVorkmen are pushing tlie M. E. Cliurcii
at Montesano, AV. T., forward with all
dispatch, and expect to Iiave it entirely
completed by May, ami ready tor dedica
tion some time during the month. ' ' '
Mr. Evwart'a store in Dayton, AV. T.,
was broken Into on Hie night of Hie 12th
hist., but tlie thief got little pay tor his
trouble. About one dollar in change, a
plug of tobacco and a pencil was all he got
Parties from east of tlie mountains say
that more rain lias fallen In the Yaki.na
country Hiis whiter Hum for Hie past five
years. It has been lmrd on the cattle but
insures a splendid growth of grass for this
Sheriff G. M. Hay 3 got back to Silver
City, Idaho, on Hie lGHi, from Elko, Ne
vada, bringing with him M. C. Huglis,
charged with being one of Hie murderers
of 15. Debord at South Mountain on the
night of Dec.21, 1875. '
Tlie new board of regents of the Uni
versity organized at Seattle last week by
Hie election of Dr. Calhoun, president, and
Rev. Mr. Rea, ot Port Townsend, treasur
er. Tlie financial business will be done
through Hie bank of llortou & Co.
Tlie ships of the Bcllingham Bay Coal
Co. are more than usually active this year
in the transportation of coal to San Fran
cisco. Tlie shiiis Zovkout and Gerntattia
are ajrain at the wliarf taking hi tlieir sec
ond cargo since the 1st ot January
From Hie Independent we leant that tlie
residence ot Mr. Dodd, three miles nerth-
east of Vancouver, was destroyed by fire
hist week. I tie circumstances attending
tlie fire lead to Hie belief that there is an
incendiary in tlie case, and that the party
Tlie Boise ShUfMmm says: Geo. Newton,
Judge Heath and Mr. Ilogan, owners of
tlie Last Chance ledge at Atlanta, made
one of the richest strikes ou record, in
Hielr mine last week. ; From five or six
pounds ot nick tliey got tlie unparalleled
sum or f4uu in gold
It seems that tlie three ami a half mil
lion subsidy to tlie Northern Pacific by
Montana may not be as lovely and serene
as at first appeared. It is to be deckled
tiv a popular vote in April, ami already
tlie people are taking sides on the ques
tion. It looks a good deAl like buying an
A party of eight, all Omahosse, or
Oinahogs. or. In other words, citizens of
Omaha, left Clieyenne lately for Hie Black
Hills. They were provided with teams, a
three months' supply of provisions, revol
vers, fcittves, Drvecti-loadmg rifles, several
tliottsand rounds of cartridges, and a small
amount or money
Tlie Spirit says: In Hie case of Barrett v,
tlie city of AA'alla AA'alla, involving the
question of licenses argued before Judge
AVIiiganl. Hie judgment of tlie lower
court was affirmed. This settles the li
cense question, and verniers of niritua
fermenti will in future replenish the city
treasury to tlie extent of f40 each six
The Tn" 6m says Hie inacJilnery for a
bowl factory Is now in Seattle, aud will
probably soon be put to use. It la intended
to erect a building near Nation's foundry.
and have this machinery tn it and in use
in about a month. The bowls will be
made of maple and alder six front a block.
six at a time, six In eight minutes ami six
ofdlnereut sixes,. This .will be .Hie only
factorv ot tlie sort on tlie coast, and as the
wooden oowi now tn nse here are an im
ported from tlie East, tliere is thought to
be ample room and much necessity tor it.
On Saturday, Hie 12th lust., Mr. AVhil-
son found Hie safe of 'Yakima county ( a
trunk ) In tlie rear ot tlie county Jail in
which Is also Hie treasurer office minus
about 2,000, currency and coin.? Tlie
robbery Is supposed to have been commit- :
ted on Hie night of Hie 8th, but the money
was never missed tmtll Hie ttuiik was
tound outside. It Is suppo.el the robbers
effected an entrance by reachlnc throush
tlie grating or the iiau.uoor and turning
tlie kev, whicli was left in Hie lock, and
then breaking: the padlock on tlie cell door
wliere the money was kept. A reward of
f 1,000 and 15 per ccut. of Hie money that
may be recovered Is offered for the appre
hension anu conviction or tne ttnei.
! rom the Seattle J rtbunei 'vjulte an
excitement lias prevailed in the neighbor
hood during the past week over tlie dis
covery of anot her vei n of eoal tn this coun
ty. It is nine feet thick,' the" outcrbpplngs
much resembling Have of tlaf Talbot mine.
and is situated near the intersection of the
AVhlte and Stuck rivers. Tlie vein has
been followed tor a mile or two. Several
of the farmers near by rushed, tin to Olym-
nia to cuter the land, only to nnd out.
"vhen thev got there, that Hie coal was on
the old Mucklcslioot - reservation,' and was
not open for entry. .Tlie outcroppfcigs
make a good fire, and indicate adaptabil
ity for houseliold purposes and the making
oi steam, ine vein is aoout iwenty-seveu
or twenty-eight miles iroui Seattle."
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Linn county. - '
Aleivina uoaer, piainun, y. x iwwnu. v"-
Stilt in wimty lor oivorce. .
Tn rrancts Si. Coker. the defendant above
natiHt : .'--..
In the name or mo state or Oregon : on nro
hereby auiuutomxl tutd miaireil to be anil !
penr In the Circuit Court of lh Stata of Oregon
for Linn county, hy the rtrut ly of the next itus
nlar term thereof, to-wtt : the
ISth y of arel, I87, '
and nnawer the combiint of the. plaint Iff in
the aim ve entitled unit on nieaRHinsi. yon wnii
the Clerk of said Court, or Jndment for want
of such anHwerwill lie taken iiuinst you.
Yon itre herehv notlllcl llml it you mil toap
ptmr anU answer the complaint, of the plain iltf
herein as almva reqnirwrt, the plain tilt will aiv
ply lo the Conrt, for want, of sucli niiawer, for
the relief rteniandeil In the eoniplaint, to-wit
that the Court order and decree tlie dissolution
of the marriage eontnict between plaintiu and
defendant, and that plaintiff have the rare and
cumody of I he two children of plaint in unl Ue
fcnilant, and that the delendant pay the costs
and dishursiiic'iits ot Hiis rniit.
Altys lor piu,
PnliHshcl hy order of B. F. lion nam, .)ulse,
w hitih ortler hear dale January 7tli, ln7t
Jan. 8tb, ltf7-lvS-K. -
DEPOSITS KKCEIVKU SCIIJECT TO
eheck at Bitclit,
Interest allowcxl on tlmedonosits In coin.
KxclianffU nn Portland, Hun JTranciaeo,
and New York, for sale at lowest rates.
' folkolionsmak and promptly remMtoAi
ISeters to IL W. Corlajtt, Ilonry failing,
W. . Iuld.
Ranking tionn from 8 A. M. to 4 P. U.
Albany, Teh. 1. l71-22vS
JT. W. CALDIVIX,
, Attorney nnd Counselor m Ijiw,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE Conrt",
in the i . 3-1 nnd 4th Jndkial Ills
trlcts tn th Snprumo Court of Oregon,"
and In .he U.S. Iiiati-lctanacuvuit t'onrts.
Dvrm-In Parrish brick, (up stairs), in
office occnplod hv the late Si. H. Cranor,
Firt street, Albany, Oregon. toTSvf
, THE BAT. TEAM STILL LIVES,
And is FLoritisirrsr like a obkkk
Imiv tree.' Thankfnl for pa favors,
and within!? to intu-il the coatiimancc ol
the atne, the HAY TEAM will always be
ready, and easily fonnd, to do any hauling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
compe"s ion. ftfD Ilvry rtt tioodn
lMpclUy. A. N. AKNOl.l.
Albany Book Store.
' JSO. rosiiAY,
DEALER. IN MISCKXLANErSBOOKS,
.School hooka, Blank Hooks, stationery
Fanuv Articies, Ac.
lkxiks imported to order, at shortest pos
sible notice. v5n30
II. 3. BOUOIITOX, III. D.,
GKADt'ATE OF THE I'XIVERSIT V
Medical t'ollejte of New York, late
member of BellcvleuII spital Medical t"ol
KiSC, New York. 0FieK-ln A. Carothurs
& Co.'a dm store, Albany, Oregon.
W. C. TWEEDAI.E,
Tobacco, Cigar, Cutlery 'reck
. ,' . cry, aud Wood & Willow Ware,
tUT Vult and if him. " ,2le5
A. CAROTIiERS & CO.
4-llKMK'AIM, OILS, FAIXTM, TEN
litAW, LAXPK, ETC,
AH the popular
NK CUTLEKY, CKiABS TBAC!CO,
Particular care and promptness given
Physicians' pnxtcriptionaana ramuy uec
,pr A. CAROTIIERS ft CO.
Albany, Oregon-4v . ..
WHY SAY THIS IIAMAGINO ANI
troubleimmn eomplaint- eanaot lie
eared, when so many evwf anoees
ml'htbo iilaced Iwfore yon every day
cures of anpiiosed hopjJess enst-H? Yonr
nhysk-lan lnlorius yon that the longer you
allow the com plaint to exrst, j-on kwaea
yonr ehanoes for relief. ; Hxparuiwe Wi
atiffht this i alt cae. f : ; t :
A Carotkara tr. Pile Pills !
sro all ihey arc reeommendwi to be.' VTill
cum l-hronlt), Blind and Bleeding Piles In
a verv short time, and aro tnmsenirnt to war.
Thbi preparation is sent hy nail or ex
preM to any pomt within the United States
at l HO per package.
Addre. aTttaRoTHERS ft CO., -ilvi
j. Boa 83, Allny, Oregon.
f 'l'lio Kitgbne firemen are making nr--Mjizemeots
for a grand ball at Lane's
Iiall on ClirWtnias eve. ., ...
' FOR SALE I
rjrMIE CELEBRATE!) W. A. VTOf.O'S -
REAPERS &v MOWERS,
liolatelt Headers, (Wood's Unproved.) ,
('oo.aillMrdTB Indlama Farlu Wanoa.
Tlie Buoutel and Vibrator Ttireahera,
(best machines on the coast.
Rtatcamau Forccleed Drill, . ,
Ktar Plows, and other machines
Tall. nee. nnd sret price and terms before biivlnsr
elsu.where. at my Kiackmnith Shop, corner fteo-
and ana Jiltswortn sis., Aiinny, vrregon..
Large and Valnahle Tract: ot
, FHrniux fjind for tiule.
rpiIRKE tirjS'lUKI ACRES ofow land. 300
a ot w men is rien nraiom ian. n tne urcm
ises are fair buildings, house, tarn, granary,
sIhkIs. ctc.f also good tMring on-hard of fruit
im. KWimm lire tw, wni. inmuic mhu i
5 acres of t imlier land, ash and maple, the liost i
of farming land when cleared. A never failing
stream of water runs through the tarm. There
is also a splendid quarry of lime-rock on t lie
place, pronotmtted by cxm?rts A 1 rock. Four I
hundred acres are under fence. It la one of t he
most desirable and cheapest farms In IougIas I
count v. lvimc lj mik from the O. &C. railroad I
at Oaklanil. For particulars as to price, etc., I
appiy, in una city, to
J. II. BOUGHXOA', V. D.
' Albanrt May 14,1873.
1: I I ITT 'tjjTIi glSrgSf
TAKKS THIS OPPORTCSITY TO INFOBM
his friends and the publie generally, that
he is now settled in bis
I.EW BUSINESS HOUSE
on the old stand next doorto P. C. Harper Co ,
where can tie fonnU us great an assortment and
a iurgc a stock of
Stoves and Eanges
ncnn he fnnnd In any one house this sitto of
t'ortiuud, auu at as
in great variety. Alao,
. fehect Iron, .
and ' - .'''
alwavs on hand, and made to order, AT L1A
ING KATES. , ,
Albany, Oetolicr 22, 18T5-5V8
Sm I Ha '
Has nrceri veil and is ottering fir sale a well soloc-
lea stoou oi ,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
Which he is determined to sell
AT THE LOWEST PKICEU
Cash, or HerchaataWe PrOuiice I
Please give me a call, and cxuintno
8. II. -LAlUHT05f. '
THE BEST 1J rilli
AVarrantrd to give Sail ufaeli on.
1 ' Call at tlie Irwg Store of -f , ! ,
First street, Allainy, Oregon, and sec Testluio-
nittis with regard to I He .
.' or THE- -
Snhl ly the gallon only. It Is pmt npready U
nse in cans of , 1 and 5 gallons ; also in .' Bo
wooden paila and huirelt. Call and sec it.
PROMPT Delivery tit IJvliut
. Rate. : '
HAV1XU tMHigbl onttletoHvry business ot
Mr. I-wisSliuion. 1 teg leave toamioimwln
1 he ciliatens and bnwiness men of AUnnj", tliat
1 iiave on tlie sHvets an cxprt-ss and Job iioii
and will be happy to serve all who may givo
me a call.
All orders will be pi-oinptly attended to at
Orders may be left at tlie Urog Store of Bell ft
P"rk0r- V1B.UL PABKKB.
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral,
far niacnar- of (.lie Throat nr.d l.img,
ancli mm 4'ouitlm, 'oiia, WliooinK '
4'tMigti, linturliitiM AMthuas nd
The few composi-.
tlons, which have won
k I n d and becomo
honsehold - words,
among not only om
but many nations,
must have cxtrnordi-
'nary irioes. Perhapst
noone ever secnnMt
ilmt wide a reputation,
'or maintained it so
--- "t long as Aykb's
" JT " " r CMiLUKV Pw-roKAn. It
""T ? - PiiibR Imii known to Iho
years, by a long continued series of marvellous
carm. tbntbavewon for It a confidence In its
virines. never eqnaneo oy any oilier nnimiie. :
Itsiiii maKcs I ne mosr . emfeinai cure oi
Voufth. OM. OmmtmpCam, t hat can Ik- made '
bTin.d leal skill. Indeed t he OHKHKV Pmtokai.
has reallv roblaid I bene dangerons (liw-nsca of
their terrors, to a great extent, and given a
feeling of Immunity from, their fatal effects.
that Is well toniuieu, lrine remeoy oe taken in
season Every lamtiy .anouin nava it tn inetr .
cioai-t for the ready and piompt I'elief of il
memnersj hieKncsf, snnering, and evwn Pie is
avol by this timely protection. Tlie prudent
FiHinia not ncgicet it. ana tne wise win noi..
Kwplt by you lor the pmtcctionit alfords by
its timely iue in sudden attnoks.
Or. J. C . Al'EH A C, Liwtll, mask,
Practk-ai and Analvtkl Chemists.
r2r So id hy ail IlruKgtaU and lleaienrs In
MuUk'tno. ' tv7y
;;AycrV,;.; JKfalr.-,;, yigor,;-.
Lfor Restoring Jray rfnlr to tta Natural,
.. Advancing1- yenrs
alckpess, cure, disap,
. herodltary prcdis-
position, ail tnrn tho
hair grav.and either
or them incline it to
shed premal nrctr.
5? Ayer's Haik Vio
V o, by long and n
?tonsivo nse, has
?i proven that it stops
y.hefaiiingof the hair
iV immediately ; often-
j 'renews me growt n,
act ,',' . and alWHv-s siimlv'"
' SV.i"u restore Its color.
when laded- or gnty. It Mimulntes tho nn
trltive organs to healty activity. . mid pre
serves both tho hair and its beauty. Tims
brash y, weak or sit kly hair Inromt rIcwv,
pnaoie ana eirengrnenen ; lost nair rearow s
with hvelv cxm-cssion : falling hair Is checked
and stablixhed; thin hair thickens ; and faded .
i or gray hair resumetbeir original color. . Its
operation is aureann nurnues. 11 eiires mil!.
ctrutt, lieais ail nnmors, and ice-js tlie sculp
cool, clean and soft umler whk h conditions,
diseases of the scalp nre iaiposslble.
Asa dressing lor lantes' nair, the vrrjents
Firsised for its grateful and ngreoublo l'r
uiue, nnd valued for the soft lustreuud rich
ness of tone it imparls.
Ir. J. AVKH A- '.. Itvell, Mam..
Praetioal and Analytical CbomistK. -
tj?Tfioll by ail lungijlsjs aud Dealers in
Medicine..:-: t , ' i :. i ,..-,t 8v7y
NEW ADVEKTISEMENTS. -
., FOB ' '
I -: DLAN ft ' DEEDS, ;: . :;-
Call af tlie Register COce
ft. I: . wW.