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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1872)
A Very rmellml
Hie following capital Mory
i1,.i)t MiiTiv U told hv "one
Lnnwi." ()nim- oVCtlsMll w
.l..., . .fv' v.itVi 4 '.n-.ilin i 1 'nlli'lTi
ed toUrag the Joewr a arw w -
wo.sK ih! fixed upon a night for me i
p.rrmanee ot tlie exploit. OM of
iliifrfiminber. however, w.n Iroiihlei
ith soiiK- coinpiim'tlod TllWnga, and
. .... . .. ui.itin.r.. ;lllll
1111 SVUIC CVllH.II,i v, '"r.
iniiuagerHownveytotiwwonm pn - fetr sffrna. It Is, tlierelnre. a impe
iihnt a hint tlwt It would lie well lor , itf . ,!... t,.l( t. nctctltltiv
liim to A-oiiiv tlie door of hi rarriaw-
hmMK Instead of pavin-i any imh-ii to
phi mwrestrdn, ttte loetr proiwlw
nfoti the appoinU'd nijriit lo tlie ivirri-a-'c-hon-so
and enMonocd hh jKirily
peWl within the vehicle. In leM than
an hour some lialf a doxeu yortna g n
tleutei) eame to hij retreat ami
tion-lv withdrew the wrriagi! into the
rood. When thev were fairiv nut o(
theColhigB piwlm-ts they began to
joke freely w ith each other by name.
One of them complained of I he Weight
of the carriaue. and the other reuM
hv swi'ai injj that It a heavy enonjj
to have tin- old fellow lunn-If in it.
For nearly a mile they proeeeileilalonsr
the highway, and tlien fltrnck into the
wooiK to tf COVet which they eoiu'lndi'd
would effeelilally conceal the vehicle.
lakinj; theniel'vc iuliuitely merry at
t)K doctor's epnse. eon.ieclnring how
a:ul wlien wmiid he fiml his OarHage,
llicy at length n-ailaHl the .-it where
they had resolved to leave it. -Inst as
they were alwut to depart, hating
miee more agreed tlwt "the carriage
was heaw enough to have the old doc
tor and all Ma trilie III it" they wer
uirled by tlie sudilen dropping of one
lie glass aoor pane ai. . u e. -
known vuuv Ol uie nan iniu-en uien
.iihlressed them : "So, so, young gin
ilcincn you are going to leave me In
the woods are yon? Surely as you
Iwve brought uie hither for your own
gratiflcatron, yon will not refuse to take
me luck for mine. Come Messfk. .
ami and -, hia-kle to, and
let us retnm ; It's getting late." There
m as no appeal ; for tlie window was
raised, and tin? ooctor renmei iiisea. i aMn m;lnv , (Mr stllU, ,e.rWature.
Almost Wltliout a word tlie dlsconitlted A(, lhliHIJ m the men who make,
young gentlemen took theW places at break, and prevent our taws; who, fill
the ile, at tlie back of the vehicle, and i m f ,nlJtt are rtfc7,cTi(y.,
pine espeditimvdy, if with less voice. I gud m bring disgrace on our tkmiocrat
did they retrace their course. In at- fcj reptfollcan Institutions. Men nlio
leuce tlwy draggeil the carriage to its i a) 10, wiu oU or (Io I)llf eonlroll
wonted place, aial then retreated pre-,llt.lr owl, apiietltes and pronensl
cipifcitely to their rooms to dream ol t!(S ,H.r,i,t to ttn places of tru-t
the account tla-y must render on tlie I wi,i,. .i,,... ,i1( ,,t - or reirnlate
IllorrU". in:ii iiiej iiu n-
doctor quietly vacated tlie carriage
and went to his house wliere he relat
ed the story to his family with much
clee. He never called the heroes of
lliat nocturnal expedition toan aeooimt
nor was the carriage ever afterwards
digged at night Into tlie woods.
. - ... .
Tbe PreaWmf mn Ht Aer fin.
As to the of to (Jen. Grant's
eourseon ,,blic affairs, we do not pro-
fe to answer them imw ; we merely
repeat wn- own opinion
that In th
laaiii his policy Is a sonial, wic
lienetldal one. A man of purer pri-1
vate life lliau General Grant never 00- i
cujiiid the, Freskiential chair. Is it
.iust is it worthy of the President's j
position or of this great nation that
ha should he called to account at any :
moment by every disapMiinted oolee
seeker whi) chooses to invent a new
slander against him!1 We have replied !
lo tliese durges became, by constant
rietitioti. they might have iuiiosed
upon credulous minds. The more thor-!
onghlytla-yaresilted, tlie more sliaine
fnlTy false and malicious they will a- j
par. We Indie ve that a majority of
tin.' people look upon tliese calumnies ,
with indignation. They have made
I i mi won I- of friends for tlie President
among that ipiiet And thoughtful class
oftbe coiuuiiiuity which rarely busies
itself actively In "olities, lait which ad
mires pluck apd silence in public men.
it bich hates to sctr injustice done, and
oicn .pw w 'r.r't " r
nialamide a iHiblUjvpuUtioii by Oe-
Janimg private ijhMdar tatwr
n-jeili-d offltesa-kei ike the win ,,-
which despises the onwards wIki iry to
i.iators of ihe Sim, may do or say, tin
great majority of the American lieole
are lovers of fair play ; tliey dete-4
-iamlcrers and liars ; and tliey w ill
hoiior General Graut all tlie more be
cause he vies on steadily doing his
work, in di-regard of the insults and
t units of men wlai bate him because
he will not yield to their demands.
.W e l"nt TiiM.i.
A Goop Moral Swcrm
w iH.uiiugwu.ci. so ...uo,
. ..L! 1.1. .1. ...1.1. -.1.
to Ihe beauty and jnrnvrs of a mail as
a good uaval character. It is wealth
bis influence bis life. It signifies
him in even' station, exalts him in ev
ery coi.dition and glorities him in ev
ery periwl of his lifc. 9hAi a clnrac
lef is more to be desired than anything
else on earth. It makes a man free
ai.d Independent. Nservile tool.no
crouching syeojiiiaut, no treada-rous
Immicw .nkrT. ever bore sia-h a charac
ter. Tlie pm joysof trnth aial rlglit-
eousness lieversuruiglnsiicli persons.
II using men nuiy anew now uiucii a
., , "M rf i,i . ii.. u., .. . ,i
good wo, ', dipnly a al ev-
t.irpnHMWs, evwi muiis iilte. nev-
trMHumi wo non inein yieiumr 10
imnniuurewhieb destroy buly
Judge (iliambers. of" the Belmont i VVIicn will that ei.e t'o i of Aine I
rountv, Ohio. Couimou PleasOirt. Is 1 ealis be born who will not liave time
an "nlil Uiclielor." At a isirtv in St. 1 1 "lake money, ami w bo will prefer
l lalrsvllte, the otlier evening. i j-oung 'P ' lreilgiug to laiiUliiig bouses of
lady was Ktanding in tlie draugbt. ! "'d n tlie shore?
when the .Iislsre stermeil on and re-I
luarkwl, -Miss , I will protect von
fWuntlw ilnuiglit with my peMon."
Hie replM. -fio you pronilse always
la- proverbial gullantrj- be n'plieil "1
do."' Kxtendiug la-r lmml, she renmrk -
ed : ".IikIw, yon will reeolect ibis is
leap year.' 'nie.lmlge wasfora mo-
inent nonplussed, lait riiuilly succeed -
id in saying. "You must ask mv
. . ... i i.-. i i.i I...... , ..
luiMiier. u im-.mi iniiv is alive lie
a goner, if not. lie Is sat!-.
It If . corions feet atsaH a eerta n
cuss ot beggar tlmt tliey general y
.Hill tlie iloor bell liard enougli to
lat-ak It, and when you go tothedoor.
tliey lnlly I-e strength enough to
f,cak above a whisper.
poet of a new and inrporhuit Impulse i
from a iiiite niiexnethsl source.
wwmiwm I tt rn-i m ni'tn" i-v- 1 ...1 u i , i . . t , 1 i
The f n-tu-li would ue ine mm i-"-
onl.l r.rug tlieir snoniuers nr
il1t they are i
al niaiiner. ami drink to
more deeply man cut.
liontitic nation, ami ,
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IDC IICOpiC IIHVC pi UIUIIMW I ' w"
.,.,. ,.r. .i... 0O,i.trv Imw addressed
titeimelrea to tfiesnhjeet with real anil
practkaJ oariiestijcw. They nVe not
ooiitcnt, like similar men rh other
coiuitnes. with deddlng tlie iptestiou ol
the good or ill elt'ecrs'of Intoxicating
drink, hut rMhltnt'thb, tltey have ac
tually "gone into" the temperance re
The famous I'rench
Artdemv Pf '"
Medicine lias discussed Hie subject m
reieated report- bv leading members.
Tlie n-siilt I- that it has Vesfud lii a coiil-
niittee imWer to Me hi it- naiiie a
; ,.., , Tli.. ,t.
,1. Illllll Ill, ,,miii.ij.
j inent is an exhibit of the disastrous
physical eflecjs ot luternpetunce, -tai t
iing enough, it i said, to make a
' Frenchman shrug lih shoulders in a
new style. Halt a million copies are
to be scattered over the repiihllc, and
probably its circulation will reach
( mlllipua, before the agitation is over.
I In the present saddened temper of the
French, and their need of economical
reform, it is to lie hoied that thi- no
uible appeal w ill liave considerable ef
foct, ft may prepare the way for the
teniperaiiee opemtk--perfi!ips fir
sihii as HiTe kept up Im retorm in
y lsm ., A;,wrtj. K(. tlle pft.
nn, - lt . i,JiU.rtt,M im li
Tla1 shame ami disgrace of Govern-
j ment State and national are drunk-
', en legislators. It is notorious lliat SO- j
! tier, temperate men an1 the exception i
I amoiijr our iiMmlH-rs of Congress, and i
I themselves! How prepostertnis! Is
! tliere cause for surprise at the predlc
: tions so often expressed, that we our
j American institutions are going to
i tlie doir-? Can a drunken man pe
f trusted' to navigate the ship of state
, .,.i. h !,riiuv!tjihlv nm on llu
nH;k w and strand his ship.
i ami sink all who were so unfortunate
wto)e witn im:, Am Vl.t e ,
!lml nl? r' . drunkards to
""r " h A 1 ''m'
! " ?L' 1 "1
i B" -TJ " -.V I'.""-
Would we sutler our personal bnsincs:
Interests to be thus jeoptmrteedP
Woukl we employ forclerks, salesmen,
lxsik-keen'rs, or caslders luthitiial or
even occasional drunkards? If we did
we should deserve the fate we courted
or tempted. No. For our jieisonal
conttdciitial srvants. we should take
care that they wen- altogether tni-t-worthv
iiihI sidf-sMiitmllliie. We
sIhuiIiI nipiire them to Is- above suspi
cion, and on tin! nrst (Ininken spree
-oiilil throw tls'in out of place, not to
Ije trusted more, until the evldewes of
reform were nninisiakable.
Citizanshave been crinilally careless.
They have not atteialed to tlie selec- i
tion'of tlie BHSt mks in the nation
for the most iiniKirtanl am
,.,,,. we might P f0 1 ;l. V.dauv Llv mentioned In !
f , inert. -Any attempt mi purely non 1 " ' ,.. , H , h
iml'.k to ln their favor for it,
I,. fc" , . i . .nl ., 1 4. ' IIM HVHUMn l "1.1 111
m.E OKKH KS IN THE NATION, ami Hence .
our present disgraceful dilemma. I5nt,!XleMa'
tlie snip or state ins not yeiionmiercu;
she lias encountered llerce storms; has
Urn ill imminent peril; on her beam
ends; but by tlie lerupernnoe, inti'lli-
' ience, and ginnl management of some
M , , iegMeeof(M
h righted, ami rode out the
, 6 , to
sea with iinworth swimeii. We can
liave tlie best as cheaply as the wor-t,
and In the eial tlaiy prove inncli cheap
er; for In tlie latter ease there will lie
no plundering, stealing or robbing,
ami we shall not live in tlie constant
fir of shipwreck.
"Weed them out." In all commu
nities, in all societies, amongall Unties
of men. there will be found moral dr-
"rVI IV rvii. "VJ "'"-'i
, am, -,
lest tlwv choke or
contaminate the true and pure. I'lien
look out for tlie future, to see that on
ly good men be chosen to represent us,
make laws for us. and attend to (air
public affairs. We want only trusty.
tKirijxwttt: xiialJmul servants,
and if we are wise we shall have them.
Let no more drunkards, corruptlouists,
public thieves, liliertbu's, or vagabonds
disgrace us or our legislative lashes.
rlmunlMjirM Jimruitl for JvtoWtry.
AiiAssiz. Tliere is a
story ot a
j...i ,.i.i ii,. ... i,
ipmwu ngiiv , mi ii,iii, iu ,,
, greatf'nttlliro,W rH- winter's lect-
1W, w make more
,-.. ...s. -.i.is ,b
TJffltmM time to make
! "Do you allow nnvniliiillon to inin- i
Wera!''' said a young lady lo sales-!
! man In a well known sewing machine
j agency on VVasldngtln street. Boston,
Uhe otlier day. wIhjiv sla1 Imd lieen I
1 Irving to ilrive a bargain. "Ob. yes
always. An: you a minister's wife f '
Ofcv no. I'm not married," said the i
1 lady, bhishiug. Daughter tlK'n!1'
"N'o." The salesman hinkcuniizlisl.
i ..... . .....
i in entEisns
to a tlMsilo'ienl stu-
i retluctioii as maile.
A man arriving home at a late hour,
? HtUe wors.-fbr too much mZr
bntless anU witless, was asked orhls
lu.llguaiit spouse, "Wbere's vouV but
and coaty" Set "cm my dear Jiic to
I tlie Chicago sufferers."
ntotM Mil Inimkr the Nan
1. Who m Uie
Gen. !: 20. 20.
3. Mho took the
. h, k, U((lrilk wim, , 1ro
:il : 4.)
M I in., I,. til-LIJ I,. lllllU Will,' '
ouht we to make eoinpnnlotM of
(Iriinkaidsl1 for. ! II.)
S. run any dhinkanl enter the
kingdom of be Veil f ;l Cor. tls 10.)
li, Uie- tJoil uronomiefl anv wo
upon the drunkards? (If. ft; 11,
10, Why hiisliepiwiwuicedhis woe?
Is, 83 1, ft)
1 1 . Are dmnkardu likely to get rich?
(Prov, SI : . 30.
li. "What are the eoiHenuenccs of
,l..:..L - ii..r II 1-1 . 'II
I 1Mb IK UV HIV H -fill
disregard this advice? I'rov. :!;. TJ.'
15, Is it wise to tamper with strong
t'.rink? il'rov. 301 T.
I I. What was the tirst temperance
societv? -lei. 33: u-S.
17. What blessing did (iod pro
nounce upon the tlrst temperance so
ciety? Jer. IS, ID.)
is. U teiituernuce a vice? i-'er. :t3 :
11). When is temperance a vlrturei!
-(Gal. :-. as 33.)
20. Tobacco and opium Were not I
known when tlie Bible was written, so j
that they are. not mentioned by name j
in ihe Bible; but is there any thing in j
the Uihle that covers all intemperate I
habits? Horn. It ai.j
Tempera n r Toal.
I 'Hie Old and the Sew: May there
I be milling but cold water between
oman, tnc wst ,v;.ir. 01 ims iem-
penmm age ; she is far more intisnlct
ug and a tboiisaud-fold tkwer than
jfny no vonim man lieeome wedded '
tn lii ciin: and tie who hasawife, way
he never lick her (lienor.)
Our Sokllers, w ho einptksl so nuuiy
eiin-jslrrels, nny tliey never empty
beer or whisky barrels never receive
tlie .lire ol tlx. enemy in their faces
never tall under the influence of jru;
khot. A Satiosal PkoIMWTOST Law.
W .vsiiiMiTox, .Ian. 1(1. In the Senate
to-day Mr. Sumner ntVered a petition
for a national prohihilory law and one
asking an amendment to tlie Constitu
tion to secure teuiiienilice. Mr. Scott
presented a memorial for an amend
ment to the constitution forbidding
the election to ollice of persons addict-
eil to drinking intoxicating liquors.
Mr. Fentou presented a similar peti
tion. A diguiticsl ami oonscqileiitial officer
of the marine inrps was passing up
Fulton street, when be was accosted by
a brotlHT Officer, who, touching him
lamiliarly on the shoulder, said:
"Well, Broom, how are you?" "Ex
cuse inc." was the haughty reply, ,-I
wish you would remember that there
is a handle to my name!" "Oh yes
certainly. How are you. Broom
Something like two hhudred ',
tliousaiul co lies ot'tlie recent speech-1
es of Jessrs. Suinin?r, Schurz,
Trumbull and other "rocalcitraiits,"
were sent into New Ilaniisliirv.
Tliey were folded and carried
i tlironoh the mails at Government
At Wusliington the coininitlce
on Ways and Means have agreed
to reduce tlie duty on steel from 1
1 cent, and on steel railway liars
ora 1 cent to
A revolt in the Missouri Peni
tentiary was discovered and frus
tinted on the 14th, without serious :
A Bit f AnilCEroil Boys. "You !
are made to U' kind." says Horace ;
Mann, "generous and magnanimous.
If there is a Ury in the school who lias !
a club foot don't let him know that von
ever saw it. If ihere is a boy with rag
ged clothes, don't talk about nigs To
I ga hearing. If tliere Is a lame boy,
assign linn some sirt ol tla? game
which dins not require muiiing. If
there is a hungry one. give him a rtrt ,
of your iliuner. If there is a dull one. ;
help him to get his lesson. If there is
R bright one. be not envious of him :
for if one boy is prowl of his talents,
and another Is envious of them, there
are two great wrong, and no more tal-1
j cuts than before. If a Larger or strong-!
i ... , L. .i ., .?..i , s:..
e. uvi law miiwiwi ruu, suu lowrrj iut
It, forgive him, and request the t.eh-:
k"o punish himAll the scJkm.1 ;
wil s um bv t ie r coiinteiianec how1
: n' ,.i.
Old Bye Make a Npcmh.
iH-er imii. i : 10 w.
11Y EDWARD CAKSWH.I..
I was made to be eaten
Am) not to lie drank;
To be threshed in a bam,
Xot to soak iu a tank.
I conn.' as a blessing
When nut through a mill ;
As a blight and a curse
When run through a still.
Make ine up into loaves.
And your children are fed ;
But if into a drink,
I will Starve them Instead.
Iu bread I'm a servant,
The eater sliall rub: ;
In drink I am Master,
The drinker a fool.
Then remember tlie warning,
My strength I'll employ :
If eaten, to strengthen ;
If drank, to destroy.
Subscribe for the lU:t.tsiKK.
" They Who Hare Nothing for Sale
aire Farthest from Market "
A. CAROTHERS L CO.,
WHO KNOW THIS TO BE TRL'K,
Are nuw kcBpin-;, anil also coBlKiitljr ro
ei'iviiig tilililkiiiii tu,
The Largest Stock of Goods
USUAL TO THEIR TRADE
AT SU H PllICES
Purchasers Shall be Satisfied.
Besides a Large Stock of
Finest Tobacc & Cigars
WOSTElf HOLM'S CUT L EH
SPICES, PERFUMER Y,
m'AM.Y tlHTAINKD IN
Ml ARTICLE HOLD
Bat what is
pi unrantecd To Be
JUST A8 REPRESENTED.
Must "too Good.
Arctic Sotle ?
MOMBV CAN Wt III' V IT,
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS !
irK NOW ot'FKJt A RLAW TO TIIK
if pu'ilie whleli h nvmmnaee1 by the
lu, eelelii-Atea oplieialls of llu; wmiU to
lie i he iwwt "ii'-. inn u nil. artUMal lielp
lo the Itmnttn eye ever known. Tliey nir
IteaiuM ineleroiirown RUfmrvtskw, it i Oar
own iiiuiiutiuieiy, hi New Hutch, ami are
;io PmwtmettMl tliu Ihe pore or center ol"
the lens eoioes directly in froul of llieeye,
CUAU AXn SUM I Ml IMOV,
As ill the natural, lienlttiy seitit.niKl pn1
ventUMUUl oopifHriioii riunsullotis, mten as
ttllniiiiciTiiK and wavering ol slain, dizzi
ness, elc, iR'uuliai' load oi hei-, in use.
Tlmw RtoMesars luannfuuliinslfroui ml-
nutu crystal fieobles ineltiRl loieiher, and ;
denve i'heii'i)uuie,"l)iaiiioiid,"oii aeooont '
of their hardnossaudlirllllaney. Tlicyare
mounted in tlie thirst manner, at our 'mm t
iiiaiuil'iu toi y. In all styles of Kiid, silver, .
steel, rubber, nnd shell (mint, of tlie best j
nnajfty, Their durahlllty can not be Sur- i
passiHl.andlhoir finish is such as will suit
ihe inosl fastidious. None genuine miles- ;
heartnxoar tradnmrk, o stampeii on
'orsale bv tlhi princiiHil opticians wild I
JeweleiN, I liiDiiKiiont the country, Mumi
fucimvd by. I. K. Spencer a Co., practical
opliciaus. Sew York. Kor snle onlv by
lH-iilei-s in watches, clocks, jewelry, silver
ware, etc., Albany, Oregon.
Knterufl luvonlhut to act of Oongrws, In
lira year isiw, by J k. Spencer a Co., in ihe
clerk's ollice of the District four! of the
I'nited Slates, for I be Southern Histilcl of
New York. 30vJ
inn: AMD hakim:
Total Aaaela Mow i,7,3a.63
A. J. R ALSTON.
. .Vice President.
The lending fire and marine insurance I
coiiiKinv on Ihisciiast.
-o,obo depnslted in Oregon.
Losses promptly and eipiilablv adjusted ;
nnd Mld in gold com.
LADD A TIIiTON, Gen. Agent.
For Oregon and Washington Terry. I
JOII. COWER, Agent,
AI.RASV, OHUJOM. i
'I'lIK NKW KXfiLANII Mt'Tt'AI. UtV. ,
1 liiMirunee ('ollluny, of llostoil, Is Die
only compiiny on ilouiif ouslness on Uus
const Kovcrue'd by tlie
MiiwuM-liimrtta Xou'lbrfeltiirv I.nw.
This company was Incorporated A. I).
ls.t"i, uiul lias uVvuiniilitteiJ assets of over
The following lapstil Kilieles have Iwen
paid on this court, under this law:
No. of Over due tit
licv. time of death.
lil.aVf 8 nun i 111'.
33.nl'! 4 months.
s,iVi 3 months. 1.000
S9.1IM 10 (lavs. J,..0tl .
3i;,.vu 11 tnoatbi. :. i
Hud Ihe above pollutes lieen in anyother '.
roniiuii' tliey would liave lu'eu foi1eltl. j
The above filets speak for themMlvet4, j
and lo the wine nnd prudent fnrlher isnn
iiivnt is unnecessary.
lien. Agents. Sail Knoieisco. i
L. FLINN, Local Agent,
ALTIAS V, ORtSUOX,
8 ASH FACTO KY.
SASIf, BLIND, AND DOOR
S. U. ALTIIOl'SK. J. V. B.U'Ka.NSTO.
Airnoi si; Ac CO.,
Vyou Ktreet. on he River Bank,
Keep un hand n full assirtnient, and nn
Fl'RXLSH TO OKUKR,
CHOWS. PASKI., BAND A KEtTIOS
flf all sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOlt FRAMKS,
All other kin, ot BalldlnK Maerll .
A rani PREP ARKIl TO IH) MUX
work. furiiU lml"'r fanfc aafiu
Wholeaalc and Retail
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Agent for All Kind of
SEWf.VG MA MIXES',
Celebrated Bain Wagon!