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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1872)
WITH kBW AND FAST
POWER MO HAS
P U E S S E S,
Lntet and most Deiiralilc
i s undoubtedly
TO GO FOR
When you wish
Bill why particularize, when it tagen
crally acknowledged that wo arc
Vfbm ft oonw! under the henl of
To convince yourself of the truth of
tho alwve statement, you hive
only teall (or wild ft ltaud ac
companied by three Stamps to
pay return postage) when
we will atonlsh you with
the capacity of the ItEfv
isteh office for doing
Colored or Plain
work, and the re
ited by the
Cornltng the stamps for the same
when finished. When yon linve
"bb" lu our line, call. A hint to
the sufficient Is wise tw
blind kick's horse, or
words to that effect.
Y8TRR8, SARDINES, BED HERRING,
cwuiwi, aw.-., ju received oy
Saw STORE, XEW WOODS!
The underlined will soon open
Au Entire New Stock
BOOTS, SHOES, HAW, ETC, ETC.
AND REQUEST A CAM. TO EXAMINE
their stock, before purchasing else
where, assuring purchasers
A Savin? of Fifty Per Cent
In their prices.
We have facilities for presenting the
must complete Assortment of goods ever
orfcred , ihis market, at reduced rates: j
an. I huee lelrmfcrt as our motto. ''Ouil'A-
miLk and smtti jirfifllJ."
Call and See for Yourself.
In lr. Tnt?' Briek, Albany, Or.
NEW STOCK !
HAS NOW OPEN EI1 OUT. AT STORE
recently oeciniled by It, Cowan .V Co.,
in rir: street, Albany, a new and well se
lected stock if
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Gents' and Boys' Hats,
HOOTS AN! KHOES,
Weed Ware, Crockery Ware,
milch he has purchased In San Francisco,
for coin, and which he w ill sell
AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
FOR CASH OK PRODUCE.
All who want the
REST UOOIW AT LOWEST PRICE,
Should Rive him a call.
First Street. Albany.
Albany, Sept. 9, 1871.
Buek Eye Sewing Machine.
Price $45 ; without table, 035.
E:uht r.vuoa why (Ac Jhvtnr Ruing Ma
thin" f imprrlar (o all tfhm :
1. It is the simplest shuttle machine
5. It has loss wearing parts. m
a, it has no small springs or compound
4. It is belter adapted to a large range of
work without change.
5. It has less pieces of machinery.
6. It is less liable to break needles than
any other machine.
7. The sliutiie win wear longer than the
shuttle in any other machine.
S. That it has the liest feeding device,
which will never wear nut.iret out of oiv !
der, break needles, fissd unevenly, slip on 1
starched goodsior pucker the seam so Hint
one part of the fabric w ill come out shorter
tnan me inner, which nu inner iecas are
liable to do. It mokes every stitch of an !
equal length. It Is stronger than other
feeds. We inn take a strong piece of cloth.
ynd put one end In onr machine and tho 1
Oilier cnu III nil, miiv:. in." itiMc.niin iiiu-
antoe that our machine will take the cloth I
from the other. In eonscnuenee of the nn. 1
perior strength of the food.
It Is the only feed strong enough to feed
thick solo leather, sowing on shoe soles.
No soaping tho eloth or any other aid la
It has no complicated machinery, and
therefore Is not liable to got out of order.
It has a beantifuT movement, making
nearly two thousand stitches per minute.
The Buckeye Sew lug Machine makes tho
lock stitch, the same as the Howe, Wilson,
Singer, anil Florence, alike on both sides.
We oner a premium of wie Auiio'mt donor
lbr any machine on this coast that will
tho Buckeye. For in" particulars address,
Gen. Agents, Albany, Oregon.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN
and ooujftty on this const,
ddresa, MINER A PEARSON,
GEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield',
Parriali ffnr Hulldlngr, Fintf Street,
ALDAN V, OREGON.
DRUGS ANDMEDICINEH, 1
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All artlelat warranted pure, and of the
Physicians proscriptions carefully com
pounded. Albany, Oct. 17, RESMlf
PI PI FAX.
rvtltS CELEBRATED G Kit MAX ItlT
1 f inrrrrt.tv thetmp t!t ; is it cct tiiin
1 lr for Ihffjrjwfi, fnVy.M:fiit, Jlilii'ttMiLgs,
awl inaciiax tht IJv r.
TIiUIb toccriffy. Ihat tlio formn'n usH
in lhMiinnnrm'imv of thtMi-nmin 1'ipittix
liiiiei'slmsiici-n mi bill tiled (o my pxaiiiIinv
tiin,aTi'! I clMwrfntiy atflUo w iirrtvl;iini
Htv well selected ni couiWncd, pro lucinjr
a Dltfari which A no (lmht prot o
HKAiriiri i. T-Mc. iiti'i ttnmud titostltm,
ii. HOI.LAMS M.l.
Dear Sir: I IwerMnilneJ the sample o(
Hitters presented, and And It ah exceed
ingly pleasant cor I'ttl arid va'ti 'h'rt- nic
II. II. TOLAN1), M. 1).
SHAFFER, WALTER ft CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FU! Till: PJCtTED STATES.
Cm SCfi nery 8i San Francisco. (v4
W. II. M'FARLAXR A CO.,
Opposite the hotel)
8CCCE8S0K8 TO O. P, TOMPKINS CO.
Fofcc and Lift Pump.
LEAD AND IRON PIPE, "
IIOl'KE n ilXMIlMi HARDWARE.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
I.ARUEKT KTOCK IS THE VALLEY.
Lowest Pricea Every Time.
Repairing Properly Rone. 40vS
For Salo !
OF t'HOH K WHITE
CHILI CLUB WHEAT
CALL AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE
undcrsigni-d, six miles south of Alba
ny, MARTIN LI' PER,
Jan. ft, Ifta-ISml
Fruit Trees, Grape Tinea, & c.
rflHK CNDEHSIGNED INVITES THE
A attention of the p iblic to his large anil
complete stock of
.and other TREES.
Also, GRAPE VI ES best in t lie state ;
ornamental Trees, Shrub Plants, Cur
rants, GoosebciTb s. Strawberries, Roses,
Dahlias and Bnlbf, w hich win sold as
low as tlrst-chtsx slrxk m In' afforded.
Nov. 23-liv4 J. A. Mil. I. Mill.
FRESH FRCITS, pi'aches, grain's, apples.
pears, etc., by Jv4 Drliols.
Poitl L.vN D HOTEL.
Corner Front and Salmon Sts.,
This new and elegant hotel, with
Xcw Furniture Throughout,
OPEN TO THE Pl'DIJC.
Rath " oia for the aerommodstlou
FREE COACR TO THE HOUSE.
Come and Bee ,
9. n. HPRENUER, Propr.
Stitzel & Upton,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Front and Washington Sts.
Special attention ffircti to the
AIB & PURCHASE OV REAI
In all parti of Oregon.
On first mortgage, real estate, and
Agents fur the sale of
Lots and block
IIOM.ADAY S ADDITION TO
Have Tor sale a large aaietiii! of
situated lu dlflerent parts of the
State, on the line of the railroad.
To emigrants and others, relating
RESOURCB8 O" OREGON,
KurnUhcd free of charge.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE WILL
HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Stitzel A Upton.
DRY-GOODS & GROCERIES.
NEW STORE !
M. MILT. BEACH
Is now opening a
Selected Stock of General
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
' GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Crockery and Claei Ware,
ROOTS AND KHOKM,
PAINTS AND OILS, ETC., ETC.,
4 Kb IS OFFERING THE GOODS TO
V thepiiblluat prii'cscoiTiapondingwIth
All kinds of merehantableproduce taken
hi. exchange for goods.
Cotno onn, oome all, and "nmine prices,
at the old :aud, ftirmeely oeenpktd by D.
Iteaeh & Son.opposite Kos'ter'sbrick.si'mih
side Ftrsl strc't, Albany, Oregon. 3lv3
( GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, In fall
T sup))!y,Jnst received by
REAL ESTATE, ETC.
. ELI CARTER,
REAL EVTATB AtiEXT. A LISA S Y, OR.
pIVES ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Kf Imylng and filing real instate, leas
ing or'n-nting City property i has n nntn-iH-r
of very deslmble farms for sale, situ
ated in desirable localities. Also, a mitu-
iier of itenlrable family residences and
vacant lots in the city of Albany for sule.
on very easy terms.
iril.L ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL
V biisinesA pertaining to that office
which rniiv lie entrusted to his care.
4jENERAL EINAMTAL AUENT,
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF COLLECT?
big, adjusting or securing debts, ne
gotiating loans, collecting rents, etc., etc.
ELI CARTER .
Is agent for
THE NORTH AMERICA M'TYAL
TIFE INSt'RANCE CO. THIS COMPA
j ny is one of the most reliable, and
presents as favorable i.erins for insurance
as 'any comnany In the I'niied States.
Persons w lb Ihg to a vail themselves of the
great benefits of life Insurance w ill llnd It
their Interest to Insure In this office, and
with a local agent. .Ill ixjtiei'i aulorted Oil
Office corner of Droadftlbln and First
SWEET POTATOES, per last st(mer,by
CASH paid for WHEAT. OATS, PORK.
Butter and Eggs, by WHEELER, at
pLOTHlNG aniFllOOTS and SHINES -a
V' tine assortment, very' low -by WHEE
LER, at Shedd. llvt
H OME SIH TTLE SEWING MACIIIM S
Plows, anil all kinds of Agricultural
Machinery. SOW by WHEELER, at Shedd.
HARDWARE for Builders, for Smiths,
and for Fanners sold by Wheeler, at
r ARD AND HAMS, a splendid lot conil
I j try, by 3v4 Dl'BOIS.
JOHS KEI.SAV. JOSEPH RAK50K.
HELSAY A HAK1VON,
Attorneya anil Connsrlora at Law,
Ihrtwrt for Linn eotrntp,
(VVKK IN POST OFFi'E BUILDING
J (up stairs), Altiany, Linn county, Ore
X E W F 1 1! M !
W. II. KE1IN & CO.
Have Just received a large, and w ell select-
Ca hLOCK Oi
Farmers' & Mcehanics' Tools,
ClONSISTING OF-ANVILS, VICB8, BKL
j lows, hammei-s, sledges, saws, planes,
cross cut and mill saws; together with a
ASSORTMENT OF IRON ANDATLEL,
Nails, springs, axles, thimble-skeins, liolts,
etc., etc., etc.
A well selected aloek of
Bent rims, shafts, poles, hickory axles, etc.
All of which are now offered to the pub
lic at low rates. As we make the business
u specialty, we can and will keep a better
assortment, at lower prices, than any
house In this city.
Also receiving and opening, a large and
splendid assort men t of
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Which wo offer at reduced rate
W. H. KC1IN ft 00.,
Montelt h lire-proof brick, First street.
March li, 7C-
I tiT SuloribeW finding an X after t betr
vited to renew it. "Tenus - per ann tiro,
in advance; sis months, 2; three month,
! tar Ia'PoI tenders received at par (wan
! suhaerlhers in the Eastern State.
CITY ABiB COUNTY. ,
SorRED on Him. A remark about
tlie refliu Hon of our city debt under
the late Republican admtnktmttoo, in
the Kegistkh of January 0th, rtiffle
tlie temper of the "oldest Democratic
paper In tlie State," and it belches fn-
! rlously thereat. We stated then, aial
i we reiterate it, Unit we claim no
! special credit for the Republican, City
I Council for reducing tlie city expenses
I and the city debt they did their duty.
that Is all. And we re still ol tlie
opinion that If the present City Coun
cil conducts the iinancla! a Hairs of tlie
city as judiciously and honetljeni did
the last, the close of lire year will show
in out of debt and a large surplus in
tlw. treasury. And we believe It Is
their intention to accomplish tills Very
Chanoe. Walter Ketohum hat pur
cluscd the interest of X. Wright In
the planing mill of Althou.sc & Co.
We wish the new linn renewed success
GO Fob Him. Probably the best
abused people in the world arc those
who are known under the cognomen
of mothers-in-law. If a married man
commits a crime against society, no
matter how lieinous, his mother-in-law
I? at once cliargeil with being tlie
cause. Story w riters All up their al
lotted time in this life lu depicting
their moral turpitude, ingratitude, and
highly unpivlty conduct generally.
And now to cap the climax comes one
of thojc balf-taryed, long haired, ill
dressed, melanchony looking hombrea
styled poets, and pnU in his chin mu
sic to the same tune. He deserves the
direst fate at the hands of some "curl'd
false front and spectacled" niother-in-law,
and he richly deserves it. He
shoots his mouth oil' thus :
HIS WlFEVi MOTHER.
He stood on his bead on the wild sca-shone
And dnneed on his hands a fig :
In all lib) etiiot ions, us never before,
A mudly hilarious grig.
Ami w by ? lit the vessel which left the bay
His inothcr-in-lnw had sailed
To a tropical country some distance away,
Where tigers and serpents prevailed.
II knew she had gone to reerult her health
And doctor her rasping cough, -
Hut wagered himself a profusion of wealth
That something would carry her off.
Oh, now he might look fora quiet life,
And even he happy yet,
Though owning no end of ueuralgical wife
And up to Ills collar In debt.
For she of the spew and curled false front,
And black allium nils,
Must pick out a sailor to suffer the brunt
Of her nest dally trial of Job.
He watched while the vessel cut the sea,
And huinpishly uped and downed.
And tho't If already she qualmish could lie
He'd consider the edifice crowned.
He'd borne the old lady through thick am)
Till she'd lectured him out of breath ;
And now as he gazed at the ship she w as in
He howled lor her violeut death
Till over the azure horizon's edge.
The lurk liad retired from view.
When he leaped to the crest of a chalky
And pranced like a kangaroo.
And many a jubilant peal he sent
( I'ct" till. v M &.ht.h lmrt l.tn,
Then cut a la-! caper ecstatic, and went
i nming somersaults nomcwara to tea.
Ujf J, L. Harris is offering seven
and eight cents per pound for No. 1
Beef, I'ork or Mutton. Here's your
chauce to sell your stock for cash.
A f ! RE AT VARlETV-'Or furniture,
of latest styles, at prices to suit, such
as parlor set, bed-room sets, chairs,
bedsteads, bureaus, etc., at Chas.
M taley's. All klilds of bedding manu
factured ; very handsome extension
tables, at San Francisco prices;
lounges, sobs, very neat booK-cases
with glass fronts ; a line Assortment of
picture frames, cheap as dirt, and a
great variety of oilier novelties that
housekeepers have only to sec to pur
chase. Uo to Menleyte.
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
No. 04 Frout Street, Portland, .
REAL ESTATE In this CITY and BAST
PORTLAND, In the most desirable locali
ties, consisting of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS,
and BLWKS, HOUSES and STOKES; also,
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in ALL partsot
the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE, and other property,
purchased forwirrospondonts, In this CITT
ami throughout tho STATE and TKKBt
TolilES, with great care and on the moat
HOUSES and STORES leased. LOAN
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED;
and a general FINANCIAL and AGENCY
AGENTS of this OFFICE, In nil the CI
TIES and TOWNS in the STATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
and forward the tame to tho above ad
A. Wheefi dealer In' general
merchandise. A large stock of U
kinds now In store, and for sale at low
rates. All kinds of produce bought at
highest market rates.
Cash paid tor Wheat, Oftts, Pork,
Butter, Eggs, &c, Ac.