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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1871)
' STJ V ES I N SU 11 AXCK. ETC.
nil': 'OJjTi$TovK depot.
I Valor In
s ri" o :
COOK. PAKLOli AND BOX.
A I.' o : 'i s . r,i:r !2?t?: an: E'-
fi'i lS W VICK.
An I Hi" u-;:a! assort i-u-uf of - furnWiinj?
1,00 to Ih' r.iiiuo.l in :t tin sloiv.
on iva -'.i-.ui' '. tvv:ns.
Fi; ONT STKKKT. AI.lt AN V.
V.-v-. 5. I -- -!
r nr. sax FitAxriseo stork,
t'iXj-MC-r -Jri ntul JVrrj- Sts., Albany,
A Full A;iwrS t2siiii f Stoves,
Aiv.l vi.'; lui vi fur s-nc the cvlvtaruteil
DIAMOND ROCK COOK STOVE.
A!-; i::;Uiif:uiur-. all lv!ml of
Ti:, fOE'iTSI A :tE!:i:i'5I? WAKE,
I T'i st s:yi. at- lowest IV r cash
Aiv.jiys o: hft:ul.
Full Supply of Fure Wines &. Liquors,
Tor s;i.lk ir.al yu looses only.
A well selffH'U Plot-k of
oiiK::i:n:s axd crockkry
V il ahvavrilK" fniiiil at my osUrilisluueiit.
". will si-'? : jroixls in my lime. for i-nli
o: pro lm o on l'Iivt'vy, i hoiiKT than ever
1 'ore ot!';i- t in th'. li'arivOt.
Ml ki!!-l of rc;xiiriiiij tlono, on sliort
i, :i-o. ju 1 oiilire satisfaction warruiuccl.
;tr niv sinvc unsl tin sTore.
N.V. i.t-ii jilits okaivwoiil..
Finn : tire: fire:
'A Mitrli i Tims Xuvcs XInc.
Fire and Marine Insurance Company,
Nos. 41,; arul 418 California St.,
SAX FK AX CISCO, CALIFORNIA.
KiorkltolUorK In!i viilually Liable.
V..-h capital, in srol-.t coin, - - f.0,000 00
le posit in Oivoii, ----- 50,000 00
Jesses promptly nnI equitably nl
TAID IX GOLI COIN.
'J 'ins COM PAX V HAVING COMPLIED
1 with tin- laws of oresfon, hv niaiiin" n
u.-posit of lifiy thouHiiiul dollars, is now
l'l-i-iuu-oii Jo f'it-ct insurance against loss or
i:niiujre ly liviu :iml also avrainst marine
an I mlani navigation risks, on libemi
. ,';rTAVK TOTTCIIARD, President.
l- Havex, Secretary.
o . C. MEKDEHHALL, Agent, Albany.
IS GOLD FOR 1 HOLLAR !
The Best Clianec j et Offered.
LOOK AT THIS NEW ARRANGEMENT.
(Wl J COIX PIUZF.S ADDED
v JJ to those iKifore advertised, makin
tins drawinj? the most nttactivu one ever
tutored to the public, and all for one dollar.
Tiic Ieiles (irand 3Iui-nl Festival
Mdfl tillt Kterprisc,
To take place at the Metropolitan Tlicatre,
i'i Sacramento, October 1st, 1671.
Tiekvt of lulmltxion, one dtAlar, which will
entitle the holder to any one of the follow
ing gifts that may lie awarded to it.
1 10,000 Tickets Will be Sold.
Any persou can spare a dollar for sucli a
C9D nuignijiccnt prizm, among n hich is one
of &UO,0(X fjld coin.
These gifts will, at the concert, be a ward
ed to the holders of tickets in theame
manner as at the concert Riven in San
runcisco in aid of the Mercantile Library.
lh'SS-ln I-?-S,l coin........ 9o,000
jmepiftin U.S. sold c-oin 5,000
oneg iftln U.S. Bold coin ...I... 2L50O
1 wo KUts in U. S. gold coin. 1000 each, 2 000
Lisht sifts m I), a. gold ein, 500 ea. 4I000
Twenty Bifts in 17. S. gold coin, 100 '
each ' a Ann
lm sift! !n Fr- bo1? co!n' feo iis;: : : 4iooo
One giftA neat house and lot in the
Onn .HLSv",J?city ot Vnllejo, valued 1,800
one silt Neat house and lot in Val-
OncBilt Neat house and lot in Val-
lejo, valued 1 onn
One Kift-Neat house and lot in Val-
One Viv-Uudi 1.200
one Bift Neat house and lot in Val-
one Bitt Neat, house and lot in Val-
, . e 10, valued itan
Ugiftflid line baUding lots in Val-
lejo, mo each . 12 800
8i7.17,ti,Mi building lots In Val- '
K'JO, valued . a ann
Twentyix other valuable Bifts..':::: S
Kix Unndred and Xlnety-nlne Oifte.
Sacranio1'9' f Savings, at
ofltK, th l"ory for the Seeds
recel .f 'S1. J?. and also an moneys
ar imlfLTle.of t5Vke "d its offleers
S numl,1"8 t0 thoee hoIdi"S the wln
KESPOXSIBLE AGENTS WATFT) to
fcVa di9cnt will b nrndtCequaf to
ilOO w t!,1!08 (ori; or 116 tickets for
BurViswUV wm take Ptaoe wider tho
anil Ln f ,a committee of well known
and renslWe citizens of Sacramento!
ititt r? lr??? aU orders to ,
LmT iliGneral Managers,
Ko. i5 Fourth street, Sacramento.
li.lllain. K. !' Yohm. J.Knrrowsi.
AViioZcsalc anil Ketai!
BOOTS, 8XIOES, ETC,
Agent Tor All Kinds of
SE WI.YG JIA CHIXES,
Celebrated Bain Mason!
I?50-KY CAN a'OT BUY IT,
FOR SIGHT IS PSICELESS!
IJut tlie Iiauiotid 'jcincIeM will
W1' OFFICII A GLASS TO THE
public which is pronounced hv the
most celebrated opticians of the world to
l.e t he most perlevt. nat m-.il, ai l iileial help
,u4' human eye ever known. They are
ground under our own supervision, at mr
own manulaetory, in New Haven, and are
so constructed that the core or center of
the lens comes directly in front ef the eye,
LIil AMI l271E.-r V3.VI,
As in the natural, healthy Right, and pre
venting all uupiejisant seiisat ions, such as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizzi
nV,?" -'u"" 1H"enMar to all others in use.
J hese glasses sire mauutiictnreil from mi
nute crystal pebbles melted together, and
derive t heir name. "Liammi l,"on account
of their hardnessnnd Urillianev. Theyare
mounted in the tim-st manner", at our own
manutaetory, in all st vies of gold, silver,
steel, rubber, and Hielf frames, of the best
qualit v. Their durability an not be snr
lissetl. iuiil it-tfir linil, cu. .1, .. .in w . ; i-
t hit imvt .. I . -v . . . . .
. .... . ... ..- t.ii utiuiiTi. . t mi- jfini 1 m iimes
lw.iring our trade-mark, stamped on
For sale by the principal opticians and
jewelers, throughout the count rv. Manu
factured by. J. I-:. Sjiencer ..t ( o., praet ical
optleUms, New York. For Mile only by
TiTi s !5i;othi;s':s.
Dealers in watches, clocks, jewelry, silver
m are, etc., Albatiy, t regon.
Entr'l necordhiur to act of Congress, in
the year lsr.'.i, by .1. K. Seiuer A Co., in the
clerk's ottlee of tin- UNtrict Court of the
United S:aies, for the Sou. hern lustrict of
New York. 50 va
SAX FRANCISCO, CAL.
Total Assots (Gold: 1,777,206.63
.r. HUNT President.
WM. A LVOII Vice President.
A. .1. RALSTON Secretary.
A. RAIRIJ Marine Secretary.
The leading lire and marine insurance
compnn v on t his coast.
S.M,0"t deposited in Oregon.
Losses promptly and equitably adjusted
and paid in gold coin.
LADD & TILTOri, Gen. Agents
For Oregon nnd Wasliiulou Torfy.
JOHN CONNER, Agent,
ALBANY, OltfUOX. 2v3v
rpiIE NEW ENGLAND Ml'TUAL LIFE
1 Insurance Comranv. of Iloston. 5 tb.
onlj- company on doing business on this
coasi governeu by the
Massachusetts Noii-forreitnre I,;m.
This eommnv was incorporated A. T
!:", anil has accumulated assets of over
The following lapsed policies have been
paid on this coast, under this law :
No. of Over due nt Amount
policy. time of death. insured.
l.t,a4 6 months. $ 5,000
3.:,010 4 months. 10,000
SS.-.)(; . 3 months. 1,000
2".1,1(W 10 days. 2,500
,.Vii) 11 months. 5,000
Had the above policies been in an v other
company they would luive been forfeited.
The jil)ove facts speak for themselves,
and to the wise nnd prudent further com
ment is unnecessary.
fJ EVER SON '& MIDDLE AIISSj
Gen. Agents, Ssvn Francisco.
Is. FLINN, Local Agent,
A LR AN Y, OR EGON.
Feb. 2.-;, 1871-2.-y
8 AS 11 FACTORY.
BUILDERS, ATTENTION !
SASH, BLIND, AXD DOOR
S.II.AI.TUOUSK. J. P. BACKEJfSTO.
AITIIQUSE &. CO.,
Lyon Street, on the River Bank,
A LB AN Y, OREGON.
Keep on hand a full assortment, and are
FURNISH TO ORDER,
Door, Sash, Blinds, and
CBOWX, PANEL, BAXD & SECTION
Of all sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
All other kinds of Building Material.
1 LSO: PREPARED TO DO MILL
L wnilr fit tt loll el,al?-Ai. Aina v ..r... r.
shakers, suction fans, driving pulleys of
any kind, at our factory on Lyon street (on
the river bank), next below Markham's
-warehouse. ALTHOUSiJ & CO. .
Albany, Feb. 10, 1869-14
DRUGS, ETC J
" They What Have Nothing- for Sale
are Farthest from Market."
A. GAROTHERS & CO.,
WHO KNOW THIS TO EE TRUE,
Aro now kccj.iii?, nnd alS' eonstaritly re
ceiving aiMitious to,,
The Largest Stock of Goods
USIIAI. TO TZIEIH TRADE
AT SJCM PRICES
Purchasers Shall he Satisfied.
Besides a Large Stock of
Paints, Dye Stuffs, and Oils,
ESS U FACTURER
First and iiroatlalbin Sts..
Finest Tobacce & Cigars,
USUALLY OBTAINED IN
' ! -
DRUG ESTAD LIS H M EHT.
NO ARTICLE SOLD
But what is
Guaranteed To Be
JUST AS REPRESENTED,
ATTEHTIOIV PAID TO
ORDERS OF ALL KIXDS
FROM S. F. AND THE EAST,
THE LARGEST LOT
New and Elegant
A. CAROT1IERS & CO.
EVL-R BROUGHT TO ALBANY!
lteMU10V IXTELItJENt E.
The follofn extract on?- the
wants of the pnlpie fegafit- z
esjiecially good :
The great waut of the timfcs iV
power in the pulpit. We. need
more miuLsters better educated
ministers ; but after all; the great
want is powerful preachers and de
voted pastors. We have long been -convinced
that ministers do not
pray as frequently, as devotedly, as
fervently, as they ought. There is
no getting '-power from on high,'r
except by prayer. Without this
there may be pulpit fire works, but
the Spirit of God has nothing to do
with then 'the thunder of his
power" responds alone to mighty
prayer. We do not say: that this
will always produce immediate
demonstrative results; but these
will sometimes follow. The Chris
tian World says: We know a
Londou minister wlio delivered a
sermon which was the means of
twenty-eight converwous We'
know another who preached' a ser
mon of great power, and thirty-six
conversions, took pla"ce. An emi
nent independent minister in the
provinces, preached one Sunday
evening, and seventy-six persons
attributed their conversions to his
appeals, and one of them became
the flavor and Member of Parlia
ment ior the city in whief the
preacher resides. A tradition ob
tains in Cornwall that Joseph Ben
son once preached to an immense
open air congregation, and that five
hundred persons professed to find
the Savior, and joined the Wes
leyan societies ; and those who
read his life know that he ofteu
preached with such transcendent
power that his congregations could
scarcely keep their seats..
Little Tkmptamoxs. John"
Xewtonsays: Satitn seldom comes
to a Christian with great tempta
tions, or with a temptation to com
mit a-great sin. You bring a green
log and a candle together, and they
are very safe reighbors ; but bring.,
a few shavings and set them alight,,
and then bring a tew sticks and let'
them take fire, and the log lie in the
midst of them, and you will soon
get rid of your log. And so it is
with little sins. Yon will be start
led with the idea of committing a?
great sin, and so the devil Brings
you a little temptation, and' leaves
you to indulge yourself. "There
is no great harm in this," "no great
p3ril in that;" and so by these little
chips we are at first easily lighted'
on, and at last the green log is
bunied. Watch and pray that re
enter not into temptation.
The Rich Pooe-A iwr it.
. v w
pious woman called upon two ele
gant young ladies, who, regardless
of her poverty, invited her to sit
down with them in the . drawing
room, and entered into conversation
with her on religious subjects.
While thus employed,-their brother
a dashing youth by chance entered,,
and appeared astonished to see his:
sisters thus engaged. One of them
instantly exclaimed, "brother, don't
be surprised ; this is a king's daugh
ter, though she has not yet put on
her fine clothes."
How truly rich and noble is
every child of God. however
and humble may be the circumstan
ces of the earthly life. Mc.
That nation will thrive nn7
and strike deen root in tho Aiirti,r
whose young men and young wo
men are taugnt to cherish happy
and honorable homes. And that
nation is dvincr a horrible Wtl.
mi 7 wv.
whose youncr men and women rtia-
at home or know not its value. It
is the homes of a people that give
it all its character and solid worth.
That was a lra.iit.iful iMot av
pressed by a lady on her death bed.
in repiy w a remaric 01 ner brother
who was takinor leave of her tr w
turn to his distant residence, that-
ne should, probably never meet her
in tile land of the living : "Brother
I trust we shall meet in the land rr
the living. We are now in tho
land of the dying." .
He who thinks he
himself the means of dointr -aHf!,
others is much mistaken; but he
who thinks that others cannot do
without him is still more mistaken.
A gentleman was describinfr tr
Douglas Jerrold the story of his
courtship and marriage how M
wife had been brought up in a con
vent, ana was on the point of tak
ing the veil when his presence buret
upon her enraptured sight, and she
rold listened to the end of the story,
and then quietly remarked, VShe
simply thought you better than
In Joint session, on the 30th Inst:.
the Temtorikl - Leorigiature of Wash- '
ington Territory elected J. II. Mun-
son ana JV. S. Porter, Auditor of the