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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1872)
Half a dozen younl men wow ;gatli-
,-red in one of ttlOSe iiaiigrroiis ivuiw
!., nlaiws whieh are to
ix- found al
S4 everywhere- a "ff-
.. i..,.,. iftiuf article of trade
kili- Hie reason
The time Wtm yean since,
and at that dav nearly every tboD
wbleh deall to nn confectionery and
tjAx inii an unnamed dciiartnieiit.
,i..',r im.-i of tin- wrolifc were made.
If thf latter trade was not
niw with the exMlMf laws
. those who
i,iS .ivix iitiiut of these laws never
could lie convinced that tiiey were ,
violated sufficiently to justify pro-ecu-;
tl-lll l", . v. ....... ---- - -
Hon. r -r ;
Young men gathered at these places
,,r .-..lAit to nasj sorta nnurs, aim
oraal were tin- evil results
spread frOUl such gathering
mpted, even w hen in the midst of ,
Kut all VOIIUIE men coiuu uoi wi-
Midi evil lidiueueos, as our siury is
All of the members of this party
of which w e have spoken were smok
ing, save one.
He was a tall well-built young man,
decidedly handsome, and iutellhjeut in
appearance. The full glow ot early
manhood was upon him, and his clear
open features poke of honesty and
truth of purpose.
Beside him. satanower. aiewyeurs
older than himself, and very different , 'vcvv fgw days passed over hlshead hut
in appearatioe. W'ith a jfew more the social glass passed to his lips, lint
years and the culture they would ' the slill young wife was more
bring.' it was evident he would degen- ! than ever alarmed, ami as lie was
crate into the mere ''return." whose about to leave tlie house for the first
natural jiosilioii and otvupitiou would tiUie sllice his injuries she threw her-M-
in and around such places as he now j scjt- K.side Mm and pleaded still more
trequented. i eamestlv that he would not again
Rising to his feet and throwing j yehl to temptation,
asid.' the piece of cigar he had been "Try to lie strong try to resist
smoking, he remarked : rwir appetite,"' she said, clinging to
"t'ome up, A I tx? n. aim nave a gnos j
" Xo ale for mr
thank you,'' the
yomig man replied.
oti ileedn't lie
cost'insr vou anything.
afraid of it s
' was the in- ;
ybn needii t pay for anything,
only Step up and hare a glass.
The votiusr Hums Lice uiHhki, nut
he sisike very calmly when lie
awered : I
it' y n think me stingy or afraid of
my inonev. I will pay tor the cigars, !
though I 'never smoke, or anything
else you may call for except drinks. ,
I never do that."
"Come along a glass ot ale won't
hurt vou.'- i
still Albert Bruce refused. s0 firmly ;
yet so kindly, that any one in posses-!
sion of his natural lease!) would have j
Keen the fbtty Of urging him further. !
But Oalvin ilarwood liad been drink-1
ing pretty freely, and grasping tte l
rouns man hv tlie arm he dingged i
him toward tlie counter, tevtee:
You nse me mean. Albert, and
nnnr if von won't drink with me
. .1.. ,.:. n
m.iic , 'ii.
-tingle ensued. Calm nerve- and
ft clear heart prowd the better poaaea
nion. and Brace was about breaking
loose from his antagonist when tlie
latter delt him a serious blow full in
The Young man bad not schooled
himself to hear such tivatment very
patteotiy, ami lth a single imrtrftil
blow . he sent the lialf-druuken fellow.
sUmuetl and bleeding, beneath one of
the screens at the other end of tlie de
partment. llarwoisl was a r.ivorue anioni; in
associates, because he
hada habit when
011 hi- ilriinkcii sprees, ot
them soundly, andtbevdid not
to sit idle w hen he was in
wor-t of a bargain he h
Two or three rushed ttioii Albert,
but tbev might as well have attacked
an enraged lion. Straight out from
the shouldrr lie struck, and eveiy blow
tent an adversary to the floor, until
then.' was none who eared to continue
Adjusting his hat ami nodding a sergeant; already, and I will be am
pleasant good evening tothe bar-keep- titi7iis for your sake, and for the sake
t-r. he moved towards the door. , 0f my manhood."
I'll have you arrested for this : nts ambition availed not.
row," tliat worthy remarked, with a Oua review-at H'rtslibjgtoii, adrimk
tlolefifl glance at the bruised and bleed-Ln oitk rly sei-gtant was siripis-d of his
big visages of those left behind. ! chevrons in the presence of ten thou-
Xo, I do not think you will," win sm,j f his fellow soldiers, and sent
the calm answer. " ine revelation-
made before a court of justice would j
not lie creditable to you."
Then with a vow intent wttn
meauing. he said : j
...... ...11 T t,,'n '
seen too much, of the evil effects ol
uriiiK. ano no man imiiir o i :u:
me to touch the DoisOttOUS stuli'.''
Colonel Bliss lad invited lialf a
dozen choice friends to spend a social
evening at his home. Among the
number was Albert Bruce.
Colonel Brace was a man of much
property, who lived in the best style
ills means would allow, and affected
a high regard for fasluonable follies.
Thi- particular occasion was the bhth
dav of his daughter Amanda, a beail
titUl and fascinating girl, now just,
eighteen, and the belle of the vicinity.
The evening passul rapidly with
music, cards and conversation, until a
ul hustle in and out of the room
was followed byrefreshineiits. These,
of tours-, from the Colonel's ultra
fashionable ideas, consisting of take
When the tempting glass was pre
aeuted to Albert, lie refused at in-t.
IJut it was tiie jeweled liand of Amanda
Which held it. and her sweet voice
who spoke in low, persuasive tone-:
Vou will wound me, Albert, If
you refu e. It is not bad, poisonous
stuff, such as they sell at tlie stores.
I made this with my own hand. H c
a!e. -avs u e it here, it is so beautiful
::! inspiring. All our ineutis ucre
have token tneir glasea ami now you
will join them for my sake, will you
iirt t you know uiey want to wast
me. because this is my birtliday."
Albert' was more (nan half In love
with her already, ami lie mechanically
raise 1 the gla-, repeating as be did
She made It. ami It cannot lie very
hurtful. Then, this is only a rare
oet a-inu, and no great liann can come
lroiu it to my mind."
He drank when tiie sentiment was
given, drained Hie glass to tlie bottom,
and lowered It with delight.
"HoW delicious Hat wine was" 1
mused when in his own mom. " I
only drank two glimse. and I never
felt so rovally in nil mr life. W hy
cannot those poor drunkards, if they
.... - .1
mud urniK, save uioir inont-i mm i,-
cure such lmnnless leverages as those! ;
But Ainaiiila loves ine l know u, auu
I am bound to Improve niu It,
He was right. Tlie love lie felt was
I .,,uf --lbn w-iv lelil Imm'U IUU'ihI
I. .ha ,', ., t,;, i'.,ii,f in imiimre
H Mill M"i l.twv ...HI 1- ,
a frequent visitor at
olonel Bliss' house, (Irani; that Uartll-
less Wine as Often, ami muni' course
of time led the blushing Amanda to
Fonr years of married
nassetl. AHa-rt drink
life had tliey
wines no longer, lor ne nan iouk
since aliandoiied Ills scruples, and now
drank anything and eveiyihing which
could minister to ids terrible appetite.
He was a drunkard !
Often, orten had he come home
staggering and niaudlln. but the worst
One niglit he was brought home,
badly bruised and wounded from a
street tight. For a day or two his
life was almost despaired of. but
linallv he amended, and was soon well
Amanda had beiated and entitled ,
him, before this to forsake tlie way !
i., mtmiiiitf Ami Hd.rt hail id-
wavs promised to mako tla' ell'ort ;
vet if made it wemed a weak one. for
ill, Vmamhl ,vliv iliil VAI1 nnf'lU
waj-s tell me so l''' lie askeil In w ild
tones. 'Then I liad not been the
thing I am to-day."
"Albert) wliat tlo you mean ?" she
-t have spoke, and will lim-h now.
i,e g, clasping her hand close within
his own. "I did not mean to ever
Q-laDeak" an accusiim word, hut if.
vonr hirthdav mitherius. von had heed
1 ,y deslj-e to abstidn, yon would
vm SUC(i me all tin-. I would have
fought rue to the death before I would
have yielded. Cut I loved you,
Amanda; t did not believe you could
do wrong; at your request I drank,
Those two gla created an appetite.
knew not then its nature but it
n il! drag roe down to my grave for
aught I know and oh, s'"A a grave.'
Amanda, whv did von do it f"
The poor womnii tore herself fi-oin
her hu-haiid's side, for she knew not
wiint she did. and lied to the confines
of Ih i- own riKmi.
'fhtowing herself upon her knees,
. -lie cried out, In the bitteniega of her
ftliguLlL to tliat ioil whom slie nail
never bemte approached in prayer.
"Oh, l did it all 1 see it now .' It
was my work. I have sinned sinned,
ami I cannot undo tlie wrong. 0,
incrcitui Father: is there no power in
Heaven to belli ine !
Albert Iiruce StoDned not in hi-
i (lowuward course, 'lhe stroiic man
was hut a plaything m the nanus oi
tlie demon appetite.
The storm of war burst over tlie
land. A call was nia'de furvolnnteers,
and in a moment of ilritnk.rK patrio
tism his nitme was enrolled, lint he
j shrank not from the duty, tlmugh
j evfrvtliing was left in contusion by
ija sudden fJcnarrure. I : i- aiBtlrs
Were not and coitld not be suitably
j arranged i but he did n it murmur.
I Only, as'lie clasped his wife tenderly
to his bosom in a final farew ell, he
i -aid :
In the army I shall be free from
temptation. Three years must cine
Ihi- dreadful appetite, and if I live.
Ammida. I wit! still endeavor to be a
i man. I nave oeeu made an onierij
mvav, ill disgrace, to the guard-house
it u'as Albert.
j We pass the degmdatinn and misery
j, befbjrti thebtittV of Getty-burg,
, . . ...1.. .. ill : ...... n h?ntht
; ,.ni hoSplUl. A furlough could not be
obtained, hut he wrote to his wire 01 J V. . ' V
his wherealsmt- ; and she sending him "'" PereOUS to temperate
a supply of inonev for his eomtort, ll- '- 10 'j
arranged her atl'airs to follow It, audi
rcmaiii near him till he was obliged 1 A dispatch from ( oriline, t lab, dat
again to lvtnrn to duty. edthe2l0tliaay3 Train-are all block-
Albert received the money, and It ailed between Miser and lookout. The
came to him at a moment when lie i passenger train bound East has la-en
was lxilf vrazeil by tlie liipwr he had j lying at .Medicine How since i o clocK
Ix en taklng as a medicine. Upon a this morning. Several of tlie engines
forged pass he made his way into the I and a large force of men are at the
eitv. and for a week remained hidden 1 blockade clearing the track. No
in one of the low haunts ot debouch- trains from tlie Last have passed Med
cry in a remote (jnarter of tlie town. ', kllK BOAV.
Then, his money being gone, he ' .as '
kickcil forth into tiie street, picked up , Chicago raxes foreign Insnrance
by tlie provost guards, and woukl have j companies highly, with a view of driv
been tried for desertion, had not a J.hlg the business into the hands ofllie
higher tribunal summoneu liim. Xext i home companies, ami succeeded im
inoi'iiimr he was found to be Miflbrbiff I compllshmg that result. The fire
from delirium tremens, and all pos
sible attention was given him but In
vain. In a few hours the disease bad
obtained complete mastery, and then
ensued a long night scene of such
horror as can tie witnessed nowhere
else on ihi- earth.
The Kuceeediii" moruintr Amanda
reached the city, ami the feelings with 1
whlcli &he hasten! d to lhe hospital may
lie iina'dned by those who have Ulet ;
very dear friends altera long parting,
She hoard the fearful news of bis
condition ere she reached his side, but
she woukl not M wilhlield. PasbWg j
aside tlnise who sou-girt to restrain her
she'iirvssefl up to tlii' lone iwich wliere
the demon was tearing away tl soul
of her beloved husband. )
For minute, she gawd upon the
Lnoftwi distorted form, bound with
trans roiies at every joint from bead
to fwd witnessed In alienee that
dreadful scene of death which tne
most callous heart cannot Iwhohl wlth-
oitt a thrill of horror ; and then, as she
uttered a wild. wailing laugli, reason
lied Its throne forever!
Aim! while the white corpse was
sileutly placed In the earth, tlie maniac
widow was ahuostas effectually buried
in a darksome retreat, from whieh she
llMfl hMM i.r-lii. .'..III., f.U'tll lit reUSOlI
or to happliieM upon tins
Youiur ladv, do vou lift Hie social
rlas and invite some particular and
dear friend to drink? PaiT-e. I be
' seech von : and as vonr eve takes in
its iflowlntf colors, reuieiulier that its
light is the rellection of tlie internal
lire, which, when kindled in the
breast of a man, van never he ex
tinguished. ., , ., ' ,- . ., .
A Kcriuou n "Push."
When Cousin WiM "was .home for
vacation tlie boys always expected
plenty oi i'uu. ThcJasi frolic before
lie went hack to his studies was along
tramp after hazel nuts.
As tliey were hurrying along in high
glee they came upon a discouraged
loirRiug man and a discouraged look-
i'he cart was standing full of apples,
before an orchard, lhe man was try
ing lo pull it up hill to his own house.
'The hoys die) not wait to be invited,
but ran to help with a good will.
"Push, push,' was the cry.
The man brightened up; tne can
trumlU.il aloug as last a r manual sm
would do it. and In live miuutea tnej
all stood nautiiiiT at the lop ot tue
Ohl'tged to ye," s;iid the man ; '-you
I Whifa iniiiiile :" and he hurried into
.the boose, while two or three pinks
aproned children peeped out of the
j " Now boy," said Cousin Will,
"this is a smait thing, but I wish we
1 could all lake a motto out of it, and
keep it for lite. Push-it Is jn-t the
; woitl for a world that is as full of work
' as this is."
If any body is in trouble, and yon
I see it, doii't stand back ; push.''
'if there is anything good being
! done in any place where you happen
to be, push.'
j 'if there is any work going on in
the .Sunday School, push.' Don't drag
! buck, I beg of you. You'll do one or
; the other.
Whenever tliere is a kind thing, a
: Christian thins, a happy thing, a
pleasant thing, whether it is your OWU
or nor, wnviner n f at uome or m
town, at Church or at school, jn-t help
With all your might ; push!"
At that moment the fanner came
out again with a dish cf Ma wife's liest
doughnuts, and a dish of his mvu best
apples, ami that was the end of the
Some of the planters tit the sugar
district of Louisiana, have been ex
perimeuting with white lalwr on the
-hare system, and are highly pleased
w ith the result. One planter in the
parish of St. Mary has twenty-one
I Held hand-, all w hite, at work, and
they will make over sixty hogsheads
of mgRr and fifteen barrels of Mo'as -
s to the hand, besides ralslnieuoiiirh
corn for I heir own u -e. Wliere white
men have worked side by side with
negroes they were no more affected by
tlie heal than the latter, and ii was
found that the negroes lteeoitll)ll!ied
more labor than when working by
A Peoria man was attacked and
knocked down by n wild steer, which
attempted to pin him to the gi id.
Luckily, the animal' horns passed be
tween the man's body and arms, pos
sessing great miuenlar jwn'er I lie man
seized I he horns and with all his force
twisted the -tier's neck and threw
him. lie then Jumped up and ran,
but his flight was newles, as the steer
was found dead the next morning ju-t
where be was thrown, his neck hav
ing been broken.
The woman-women have hit upon a
new idea whieh they believe is destios
ed to sweep social vice from the face
of the earth. I'he plan is to have the
General Ooverhihcnt nassa law pro
viding I bat all persons who live to
gi tliar, even for five minutes, rts man
and wife, shall bo deemed to have
contracted marriage, and shall be su!
jeet to all the duties, liabilities and
penalties of the marriage relation.
Tfjii'ekasck am Long J-n ;:.
i f.ifH liiiinranee statistics nrove that if
, 11)6,000 mtepiiperate persons from IS
to ill years of age lie COinpired with
an equal iiuuilier of temperate. lo.lHiT
of die former will die before the age
I . , ,
5.220 of the latter.
came, and the local Insurance compan
ies torn id tbemselma with v.w.ooo.oui
of losses and fc,lWu,00U of assets to
meet them with.
The will of Ha; late .Major John
ShtTtev, of Muscatine county, Iowa,
w hich was probated the other day, ui-
portions Ittl.'SK) worth of pi-ojierty
among his wile and six children, and
then provides that the heir that goes
to law .over the will sliail get nothing.
There is a man ol immense wealth
conthied in an insane asylum near
Boston, who amuses bimseli mudi of
tlie lime by piling tip and knocking
over u slack of gold sovereigns,
Wendell Phillips says: ' i'ut an
' American baby, six months old. on
his feet, and he will immediately say
'Mr. Chairman !' and call tlie MS
. crame to ortier."
Of iuxo MtAT.-Every fanner should
put down a barrel or half barrel of
pickled pork. In stewing chickens and
in making chicken pies, a few siloes of
sweet pork nicely pickled will lie found
a great addition. So also in July and
August fried pickled pork and fried
apples make a most appetizing break
fast. And what winter dish Is a more
acceptable one than liaked pork and
beans or a lwwl of bean soup!' So in
various ways it will lie found that a
barrel ot pieklisl pork w ill come In ex
cellent play, and the good housewife
who has it for tlie liri time will soon
wonder how she ever got along Without
How to Pit Down 1'icki.eiiPokk.
Select two or three healthy and well
fattened hogs (we prefer time whose
ages are 10 to 14 months, and whose
weight .average 'Jiki pounds to 280
pound nelt. and cut up the clear mid
dlings in suitable slued pieces. When
propeiiv cooled put a layer of salt at
the bottom of the cask, at least one InclP.
thick, and then pack tightly one layer
ot clear pork, each piece placed on Its
edge. Now put salt on again to till
up the interstices between the nieces,
and to make another layer of salt over
the layer ot meat. Then add another
layer of pork and auotlier layer of salt
successively, till the cask is nearly full,
putting over the last layer two inches
or so oi sair. .ow lane com waicr
and make a brine as strong as salt will !
make it, and pour Ibis brine over the J
incut, putting in enough to cover the j
upper laver of meat with tlie brine.
We have pork in our cellar now-lliat
was put tip this way a year ago. and I
which is as liard and as perfectly sweet
as any one could pwsihjy desire. '1 he
moment it is packed and stowed away
it needs no more attention or watch
ing. The top of the barrel should be
made small enough to lie mi! over the
meat, with a weight pressing it down.
This gives easy access to the pickled
pork, and keeps it under the brine.
No one need fear using too much salt.
Use it lavishly, and, when the meat is
all gone, take tlie brine and scatter it
over the manure heaps just as it is lie
ing hauled out to the field. Used in
Ibis way. it will be worth to the farm
er all thai lteo.it him; especially if ap
plied where early corn or early pota
toes are being planted, to be followed
by turnips, Land that ha j been dress
ed fUh salted manure has been put in
grand preparation fora crop of turnips.
Fot'SDEK in Houses. Take a table
spoonful of pulverized alum, pull the
horse's tongue out of his month as far
as possible, and throw the alum down
his throat ; let go his tongue and hold
up his bend until lie swallows. In six
hour-' time (no matter how bad the
founder) bo will be fit for moderate
service. 1 have seen this remedy te-t-ed
so often with perfect success that l
would not make five dollar- difference
in a horse foundered (If done recently)
and one that was not.
Hoof Hot in Horses. -Hoof rot is
I sometimes caused by bruises or wounds
1 sustained by the foot In travellngover
hard. roiij;li road-. Among oilier tanis-
of this disease is tliat ot permitting
the shoe to remain Oil too long, or
j keening the lior.se Constantly shod, and
I also by compelling hm to stand in a
! wet, imwholesome ?tab!e. The dis-
ease may be easily recognized by the
I appearanceof the feet, which are dry
and chalky, and this should ! remov
ed by being dug out with a knife or
chisel. Asthedlsease progresst'S the
j frog oftlie foot becomes (linilllishlHl in
I size, and if the horse remaiusnding
for any length d time the joints be
come swollen. Iltcase both feci are
! diseased the horse will advance first
i one foot then the oilier; Ids steps will
also be short, plainly indicating the
soreness of the feet. To effect a cure
the bottom of the feet should he thor
oughly cleansed oil, and the chalky
matter dug out, the sides f tlie hoof,
and also the frog should lie pared down,
and then tlio bottom of the foot should
be washed w ith e irroiive liniment
three or four mornings in Biiccession,
di ving it well with a hot iron. This
course of treatmeiit should then be
omitted for two days, and then con
tinued as before until a cure is effect
ed. A pullet hatched early in the spring
begins to lav at the approach of win
ter, and pullets hatched late in sum
mer begin to lay in the ensuing spring;
and it is by saving a certain proportion
of Millet from the early and late
broods tliat vou make sore of winter
eggs, n tew very early hatched eh!ck
ensfor catching the highest .markets,
uiida numerous flock of chickens in
the warm months, when rearing is least-
SesatobXvk'S Last. Scene in a
fir Western State. A village Compos
ed mostly of rude mining huts called
houses.'-' "oottages," "taverns,"otC.,
though really they were but sliatitles.
An old manVick on his bed. A friend,
Governor . I "W. Nye. wclnsr his end
was close at hand, showed his many
kind attentions and endeavored to easy
his suffering in every possible way.
One day w hen if was ottlfe etilellt
that the poor patient could only last a
few hours, the (JoveriKir salil to him:
'Davis, it is nndoiibtially best that
you should know the truth ; you are a
Very snk man, nnd will in all proba
bili'ty live but a short time. Are your
aflMra In a condition that you would
like to liave iheiu? I should be glad to
do anything for vou. you know,, "
"Yes, they're "all right."
"Well, would you like me to write
to any of your folks Bast
No, not nowafter ii is over."
'Would you like too to call In a
'i'he sick man, by a great effort of will
over a weak and shattered hotly, drew
himself up in a sitting posture, and
sternly, most soberly, and earnestly,
said : "Why, Governor, wliiitjshould 1
w ant , a minister for, I never voted the
Democratic ticket in my life.
Tables have been prewired at Ibo
TrWIsiiry Dertraent showing the de
falcations of Collectors of Internal Itev
emie imder various ailuiiui-tnitioin.
From tliefie It appearsthat theamotuit
under Uncoln was 6717,746 ; uiiiler
Johnson. H,H17,2A and imderGrant,
1 35, 188.
Murder In Albany
HASNKVKH YKT11EEN KNOWN, AND
no thrcHtoiiing 11 Bl present.
I n llihitf welt sometimn must hcfnll
vry son ami dauxlilvrof tlw human fuiiv
ify ; Mid yet,
At tlie mid-dny,
of vourllfe, If dlSOttSelayi his vile hiinils
inxiii von, there issilll "n imlm Int'lletul,"
by which Mm limy he restored to perfect
; health, ami prolong jour days too mlrae
, Ions extent.
By calling o
Will, n ftmsnrttit'rHt. whera vnn eim leive
ll comiloiuiilMt t one eXperionOGtl in Mint
liartieular Ime. Als(,((insi!inliy im nwiei
a ffnod abutment of th-sli ilnijts, patent
if,TS ;!!!TJlSar UL
Celebrated I nk Weed Ilcmcdy,
Or.OrMon lthemnatlo Cure; Dr. D.Jayne
,t Skins' nictltclnoa, etc.
Speueo's I'ottlttyn anil Negative Powders
kept in stock. Alsott)feii: ler I'1"
Uome KhHtUe Sow Ins Mrlilnr,
One nf the most ireful pieces of lumsoliolcl
mmmire e.iiunt. vbiuhki e.umine.
K. C. HILL A EON.
,nny, June 10, 7M4V3
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Sbw Mill Machin
ery, WOOD IVOBKIXG
And ail kinds ot
IKON A!S BIIASS fASTIXiJS.
Pnrtictitar attention raid to rcpoirlnit nil
kinds of inaeliinery. avJ
LIVERY, FEED AND S.ttLE
BARtGES & MERRICK,
i ry. VKS PltKPAUED TO Fl'BXISlI i
the palille wttli neat turnouts hi lio
I way of
, Kj llsh UniWles anil Carriages ami ,
i On the most reammnblo terms. Onrlivrry
bi nil now, and of tlie latest ntylcs,nnil we .
simii take pri le ill ivin j onr tBlS8
mat and reliable an muilt us can bo ob
tnlnw in thuSiata, , , I
Horses lioanted at reasonable mtos, by j
; the week or month.
I Hacks and carnages rarnisueu ror to
i V share of public iMili'imic;e is solieltct.
BAllTlitS & MKHIIICK.
I Albany, Dec i". 1870-1.5
Hlx HiUn SohIIi or Albany, l.lnn Co.,
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
1 ncrsonsdesirlust to paifliasc frnll tceoa
to iiill and eimlne my MOCK, wiuen is
COmuOsedof (llfl htgvuf and be-I seleelion
hi the suite, eonsisiia of apple WaWi
ciierries, piuins, mui .
rfes enrranrs and HHca, Also, liltu-k and
white ttulnnt. Kuirlish walnut, lijclairy,
isean, iwli'inl. honey locust. bneUbeiry,
iuel n number of oilier varietiesol lives
nun plants too iiuuienmM oi iiiemn'ii.iii. w i
v, lee I are n Ii'l' I I lo iiov-.
HlJXliV W. SKTTLKMll.'E.
lli'c. 17, 1S70-I1
' TMICliS and MEtllOIXK
: XJ oik ulass and rutty.
sold by Wheel-
TiTiii ii. SIHWI.S. lonir and wmniv.
W KiidHtrlncil.for sale by WHKKf.KU,
1 riANDllCis, Ki;T8, itAlsixs
V-; """ tl'rt " .Jll.
IIU..HKAI PAP.BK.AIXSIZES, jiot
1 ""wrved add fora!e at tills ofllec, low
rtm W1UIB. (if.AKS WAIIIC
1 ery,Umi,o.,Ac.., so!d by Wheeler,
CLASK IIKKIIS, MORTOAllEft KTI'.,
oh luuid latest slybw- and for nale
low. ot this OftllT.
pUF.SH VMOTABtSlS, in milsaigrfjjliy
a' ( old Water Ibciicbini. innl olbei
kinds. Soldtiy "".'",',
jjv at Hhedil.
OVSTKllS AKI1 SAHHINEH, NTTS AXD
( ' indies, and oilier kulvk-kiiucks, sold
i. w i.,.li.r.ntSllKlll. Hv4
ALBANY BATH HOUSE.
riHIi: I NDKIISKiXIlO W(Hl.t) RH
I Hneetfully Inform tbceltteennof Albany
uiid vlehiltvthnt he lias taken cliarge of
ibis (itnbli'shment, and by kccplna cleiin
nxnnsand paylnu strict iitteiitton to btrds
nese rct toaoll 'l lb" ho mny fa
vor bhn with ibeir pfttroanao. Having
heretofore rtiod on nothfng but
OTrnt-rlawi Ilnlr Ir ln Vnliran,
no cxwets tn nrh e entire t Isfaetlon to
I ajl. Children mind lames Hair ncully cut
I and idliMlipnued.
1 dept. 10-J-J JOBEl'U WeOOEJU.
MOWEY CAN NOT BI Y IT,
TOW 8IOHT IS PRICELESS !
WTK NOW OKKKl!
A 1 1 1. ASS TO T1IH
H'uii'Muii c.l !v ihi;
I V public which is i
most i-elehmled optlemll) nf the world tn
lie the most perfeet, nulmiil, artifletal help
to the hninan aye ever kunwii. Thcv nn,
4j;roiunl iinderonr(iwii sunefvtslon. nt our
J-own iiumntaellory. In New -Haven, and pro
' ,t i ...MSI I'Mi-llsl lllUl till' . ...... ...
tlie lens coniei dll'ectl' 111 front of the i'je,
i,i:.vn axb niMi.v s vision,
Aiin lhe niilund. healthy ttartlt, rut) prc
vcntitiK nil uiipltH"nnt sensations, nich as
KIltumerhiK and wnverlni of sijthi, dlul.
ac, etc., necnllar lo U Olliera in nso,
Theeofflasecsnre umiiufui liiiwtfroininl
nnte crystal pehblcs meltud tnKOtlier, and
uf tlieir harilnesjinid MWauey. Tlleyure
inimnted In the Hne-l uiannerl t oar own
inaiinfiictory, in all styles of ..'old, silver,
steel, ntnbcr, and shell I'liitut'S, of the liest
qualltv. Their dnrnlillityeiiu not Ik- sur
passed, nod I heir finish lif siieh as will stilt
the most fastidious. Sono genuine unless
uearinK our tnide-uauk, stiuux'd on
Forsale ly the pilueiiwl oiiliilans anil
jewelers, throuxlmut Die country. Mumi
factured by J. H. Stieitcev ft Co., nini'llofll
opticians, Sew York. For Nil,, onlv liv
Dealers in watches, Hocks, jewelry, sliver
ware, etc., Albany, Oregon,
Entered neeonlliiff tn act of l 'onsjress, hi
the venr 1, by J. E. Spencer ( 'o., hi t bo
clerlt's offiiv of the ldstrlct Court of the
t'nltod States, for the Sou, hern Dftlrlet of
New York. ')0v3
INSl liAM K.
SAN rUASCISCO, f'AI..
Total Aaiela UoKl sil,77T,3u8.tt3
A. .1. It ALSTON...
... Viis' Pnnldent,
. . .Secretary.
.,. Marine Secretary,
The leading fire tin I marine insuniiH'e
company on this const.
S3i,000 deposiie 1 in Oreann,
l,oss,'s Mntnpflyanil eqaltablyadjnstetl
nnd tmid in gold coin.
LADD & TILTON, Gen. Agent"
for Oregon nnd tVusliliiKfon Tert'y.
JOBS 0:'E2:, Agent,
AI.llA.1ir, UItUOS. SRv.ly
'VUE NEW EXDfiASTl Mi Tl'AI, T.tKB
1 liisiir.inetf Ooaipany, ot Koston, is. lit
only company on doing business on tills
coast governed by tlie
nassitehnaptta Son-torMtiirc I.nn .
This company was IncoiTioraletl A.
UH1, m el lias acauuinlatod araets of over
The foilowlii lap' 1 iwPle
tiai.l oa this coast, tinder tins
1 law :
No. of Over M-ie at
policy. lime cf .Huh. hi-iire l.
i;i.uV4 ii moiiins. ? .t.iNHi
S3,lli 4 im. albs. 1 11,009
EiW J nionlln. un"
19,100 in days. 8,500
3;,.vv.i 11 won lbs. &,mKi
Had the above polloljs been in ii'iy other
eniuisinv tbev would nave been forfeited.
The above'lafllfi iwkoU for llieinwlvea,
and totbewisenu'l)iin Will further com
ment is unnr-eessiry.
KVKIISON ,( MiniU.KMISS,
Hen. Agont, Sun Francisco.
L. PLINN, Local Agent,
Feb. 2-, lt)71-i',y
8 ASH FAl.'TOIlV.
BI II.DKHS, ATTKN'TION:
I .stj IJJX) ,X) DOOM
9M lli !
I?1 jV C T O It Y
S. H. AtTlloVSK.
ALTHOUHK & CO.,
lyon Ktreot, ou the Klvcr aank,
Keep en band n full assortment, and an'
rrnxlsrt to orpkr,
(BOWS, rASIX, II.V9iI A SFATIOSi
Of all sizes.
WINDOW AXD m&R FHAMES,
Ail ottawrkinds Of llulUHii j SInterlfll.
A 1,801 PBEPAIIKO TO DO MUX
work, fuftiWi sluiker fans, zijiiW.
Hbnkcrs, euctlon ftns, drtvina pulleys
nnv kbid.nl our factory on I.yoiistire tio n
the river tank), next ln'low Mnrkl in n s
wurolimiHo. Al.'l UOl hfc w.