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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1872)
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER A!l HAND
latest and mwt Desirable
st u or
TO GO FOR
When you wish
Dirt why particularize, When H is gen
erally acknowledged tliat we are
When It comes nnder tlie hevl of
To eonvlnco yourself of the truth of
tius aliove statement you hove
only to call (or semi a hand ac
oouipanied by three stamps to
pay return postage) wlien
we will astonish you with
the capacity of the Ro
i st kk office for doing
K)I.0W3) or Plain
'.'... I I ' lL r i V ' 1 1
work, and the re
Corraling the slumps for the same
when finished. When you have
't" In pur line, call. A hint to
the sufficient Is wise as
a blind kick's horse, or
words to tliat effect.
XYSTERS, SARDINES, RED HEItltlNti
J ) codh,ct.,,)iut rccelvudby
MEW STORE, NEW GOODS!
The undersigned will soon open
An Entire New Stock
BOOTS KHOEM, HATH, ETC., ETC'.
i Nil REQUEST A ('SIX TO EXAMINE
; their stock, before purchasing else
where, assuring purchasers
A Saving or Fifty Per Cent
In their prlucs.
We have facilities for presenting tlie
most eomiletf assortment of goods ever
ottered in this market, at reduced rates:
and have adopted as our motto, "(M
mlei nnd xmnll prnfllt.''
Call and See for Yourself.
In Dr. Tnte'a Brick, Albany, Or.
Sept. 2.1, 7I-Jvt
NEW STOCK !
HAS NOW OPENED OUT, AT STORK
recently occupied by A. Cowan A Co.,
on First street, Altsmy, a new and well se
lected stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Gents' and Hoys' Huts,
ROOTS AND MI1,
Wood Ware, Crockery Ware,
Which he ha purchased in San Franeiico, j
for coin, and which he will sell
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, j
FOR ('AMI OR PRODUCE.
AU who want the
RENT 0HnN AT LOW HIT PRICE,
Should give Mm a call.
First Street, Albany.
Albany, Sept 9, 171.
Buck Eye Sewing Machine.
Price IS ; without table, -5
SOU) IN OKEGfON
For the Year 1 87 1 !
If Family can Afford to be
The success of the BUCKEYE stands
without a rival on this coast. Hundreds
who now use them pronounce them to be
unequalled for family use.
EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED.
The BUCKEYE makes the Loek-stltch.
which will not ravel. Thevnreslmpleand
durable, and have less machinery than any
other machine, therefore are le liable to
get out of order.
TosclltheRUCKEYE.thr, liest and only
low-priced machine that has any merit .
Machines shipped to any part of the const
upon receipt of price.
For further particulars enquire or ad
dross V. PI5ARS0V CO.,
Uon. Agents for Pacific Coast.
GEO. F. SETTLEM I E R,
Suowwaor to P. W. Wkt)fldd),
Parrl-li's Mew RuJIdlng, FinlKtrcet,
a i.i'.an r, oreoon.
DRUGS AND MEDICIN ES.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure, and of the
boat iuality. '
Phvslclans prescriptions carefully eom
pouiidcd. Albany, Oct. 17,'lSMilf
W. II. M'FARLAXD k CO.,
Opposite the hotels,
SUCCESSORS TO O. I TOMPKINS 4 CO.
Force and Litl Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOUSE I KMSIIIX; HARDWARE,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
LARUEKT STOCK IS THE VAIXET.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing Properly Done. 40v2
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Ac.
THE UNDKRSIONED INVITES THE
attention ol the p thllc to his large and
complete slock of
and other TREKS.
Also, CRAPE VI ESbost In the Slate;
Ornamental Trees, Shrnhs. Plants. Cur
rants, (ioosoberrb t, Stinwls'iries, Roses,
Dahlias and Bulb! which will lie sold as
low as flrst-elass stock can be afforded.
Nov. ij.12vl J. A. MILLARD.
IJRESH FRUITS, peaches, drapes, apples,
1 pears, etc., by 8vt DtBOIS.
SOAP -KANE'S CONDENSED, THOM
as' Cold Water Bleaching, and other
kinds. Sold by WHEELER,
Hv4 at Shedd.
W. H. KVHN CO.
Haw Just received a law and well select
ed stock uf
HAR 1 WAR E ,
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
CONSISTING OF -AN VUS.VICK8, BEL
lows, hailltnera, sledges, saws, planes,
i cross cut and mill saws; together with a
ASSORTMENT OP IRON AND STEEL,
Nails, springs, axles, thimblc-skclns, bolts,
etc., etc., etc.
A well -elected1 stork of
S POKES, III Its,
Bent rims, shafts, poles, hickory axles, ete .
All of which are now offrred to the pub
lic at low rates. As we make the business
a spcclnlty, we can and will keep a better
assortment, at lower prks, than any
house In this city.
Also receiving and opening, a ktrge and
splendid assortment of
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Which we offer at reduced rates.
W. H. KUHN CO.,
Mnntetth Arc-proof brick, First street
March 12, 727
NOW IS THE TIME!
KOXE i'00 POOR TO Bl'Y IT
The Cheapest Live
Newspaper on the
Pacific Coast !
An ElKlit-Page Weekly NewNpaper,
of mutter, w ritten and selected to meet
tlie wants and tastes of all varieties of
The REGI8TEB is printed on new
and elegant type, contains a Careftilly
written digest of the news of the week,
both local and general ; is plain and
out-spoken oti all matters of lii i-il
iinportauce, while its cohiinus contain
a Eiir share of literary and miseellaiu
oils reading, etc., etc.. making it tlie
most attractive paper in Oregon.
The RKfJISTKR is offered to sub
scribers, from now until the close of
FELL SEVEN MOXTIIS !
For th? extremely low price of
Q Daiua Fifty C1
Which puts it within the reach of all.
Will not the friends of the Kkoistkk
make a vigorous effort to put into the
hands of all their neighbors, as at the
price it is the cheapest newspaper pub
lished on tlie Pacific coast '!
DRY-GOODS k GROCERIES.
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS !
J. MILT. BEACH
Is now opening a
Selected Stock or General
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Crockery und Glass Ware,
BOOTH AXO NIIOEfi,
PAINTS AND OIIJ, ETC., ETC.,
AND IS 0FFK1UNG TIIK OOODS TO
the public at prices corresponding with
All klndsof merchantable produce taken
In exclwuge tir gooda.
Come one. come all, and exainine )irks,
at the old stand, formerly occupied by D.
Beach Son, opposite Foster's brick, soul h
side First street, Albany, Oregon. lv3
("IROCKBIKS AND PROVISIONS. In full
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE !
MA HUtrts us Ttaae ave Nine."
Fire and Marine Insurance Company,
Nos. 416 and 41S California St.,
8AN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA.
Mockkohlei Iudlvldually IJnble.
Cash capital, in (told coin.
Deposit in Oregon, - - -
. SO,U0O 00
Umukw promptly anil rqaltably ad
PAID IN tiOLD COW.
riUIIS COMPANY HAVtNH OOMTLIED
1 with tholawsof UrofOB by making a
deposit of tlftv thousand dollars, is now
preisiri'd to effect Insurance luralnst loss or
diunae by Sro, and also asulnst marine
and inland navigation risks, on lttieral
(il'STAVE TOUCH ARD, PrcaldcnV
Chas. 1). IlAVTJi, SiH-refnry.
J.C. MENDENH ALL, Arent, Albany.
Murder In Albany
I I N!:VERYKT!!EENKOWN,AND
Jl nothivoienlnirot ttaipre""1
Ocath Is a thing which sometime must befall
evwj sob and daushterof tne numan uim-
ily and yet,
It Hie Mid-day,
(if vonrHft. f disease lays his vile hands
uptJB you, there issilll "a balm in (iilead,"
li w.'iivti vou tnav Im-ix'stored to iK'rfcs t
I enrth,aittl pio'omt yonribiystoamlracu-
I liv calling on
I R, C. HEM, A SON,
j H'l ii it iii'escrtptlon, where yon can hove
li: --' by one e.xiiencnecd in tliaf
I Smrii fflnr llne. Atso, consiantly on hand
a - -" I ussortinonl oi fivsh drugs, patent
'im eltetnicBje, ialnts, oils, dye-
! sum . traases, etc. Agents lor the
Celebrated I nk Weed Remedy,
i Or, Ore ou itbcnmotlc Cure; Dr. 1). Jnyne
i i Bpiis' me ltcinas, etc.
" I'osltlve nnd Negative Powders
kepi in ioMt. Also agents for tlie
Home Mr.mtl SciHg Machine,
One of ihi-most useful pieces of household
furniture cxlunt. Cull and examine.
R. C. HIIX SON.
Allwiiy. .bine In, 71-t(lv3
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Mneliln-
And aU kinds of
! 1HOX AXIi HRANM ASTIXMi.
Particular attention paid to repairing all
kinds of machinery. 41 vl
Ms Miles South of Albany, Uaa Co.,
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
rSOBICIT-TIIH ATTENTION OF ALL
pei-sons desiring to purchase fruit tree
to call and examine my stock, which Is
comiKised of the laivest and best selection
in the Slate, consisting of apples, pears,
cherries, plums, prunes, grapes, blaekticr-
rles. curaiiits and rows. Also, black and
white walnut, English walnnt. hickory .
isnn. redbud. honev i(Ksist. hackberry.
and a number of other varieties of trees
and plants too numerous to mention, all of
which are offered at low rati.
HENRY W. SETTLEMIRK.
Doc. 17, 1S7U-U
TVH'CS and MEDICINES, PAINTS and
1 oils, Class anil Putty, sold by WIM4
UTiail, SHAWLS, long and square, plaid
V and strlX'd, for sale by VVUKKLKR,
Hii.iTiEAD papeii, iiitimsm JUST
received and for sale at this office, low
rpiN WARE. TlLASK WARE, CROtKE
1 erv,Umpise.,e iSold by Wheeler.
BLANK DEEDS, MORTttAfiES. ETC.,
on hand latest stylcs-and for sale
low, at this office.
Corner Front and Salmon Sts.,
This new and elegant hotel, with
New Furniture Throughout,
OPEN TO THE IU BLM .
am tor the
FREE (X)ACH TO THE HOUSE,
Come and See ITi.
t. R. MPRKKOER, Propr.
Oct. 7, 71-5V
YSTERS AND SARDINES, NUTS AND
Candlm, and other knick-knacks, sold
by Wheeler, at SHEDD. Hv4
FliKSH VEOETABl.ES, In fuU supjily.by
ALBANY BATH HOl'SF,.
riMIE CNDERSItiSED WOULD RE
1 srsvtfnlly inform thecitlxensof Albany
and vicinity that he lias taken chartrc of
this establishment, ami ny Keeping clean
"oomsandpavlna strict attention to busi
ness cvtiect lo suit all those who may fa
vor him with their patronage. Hilvlttg
heivloftirec-arrled on nothing out "
Flnt-rlun Italr Dremliur NnloonH,
Ho expects to give entire satisfaction to
all. Children's and ladles' hair neatly cut
I lilHlllillll "".ftl.
I Scpt.l'J-yl ' JOSEPH WEBBER.
SobstTtbers finding an X aflr tnctr
naineSafe informed fhat tlielrsuliseriritlor
expires with that nmnlier.andlhey are In
vited to renew It, 1'crms 13 iier annum,
in aih airce ; six months, 12 ; three moot !.
'fiS'I'egal tenders received at par from
anlMerilers In the Kasiern states,
A Matter for Study. The New
York Tribune gets off this :
There is a wav of putting thiiigs
which it isn't easy to get over. Tlie
Boston Cadets estrtetT the Ooverner
of eiie State to Iwar rlie election-er-iiton.
and afterwtmls al tlaf expense of
the Stab', partook of a supK'r at Par
ker's Hotel, with the most Illegal ac
couianlmeii)s of eliainpagne and hot
punch the fiwt costing ten dollars a
plate. "Xow," says' a newspaper
critic on this matter, ' "if John smith
gets up a one dollar supper, including
hot wntskv, for his frlemls, he U
seized, finedjind Imprisoned." To a
rehii-t like Ibis there IS xhnnlv no re
joinder. Wluit right bus tla.' Ootn-
rnonweniul or .Massachusetts not wre
lv to wink at a violation of any statute.
but even to instigate it ? It in mtcti
niiserabie inconsistency as row wnicn
keens the whole matter of Prohibition
at tla merej' of temporary legislation,
anil leaves men to doubt tb sincerity
of its professed adVpADtes. IfttieState
purchases alchohiil ncnilist tlie law oi
Iier own making, how can she fail to
render doubtful her mode for making
Tlie Hon. Walker Brooke, of Miss.,
had and Inexhaustible fund of dry hu
mor, which never deserted him even
In tlie niot trying exigency. During
tlie Clay and Polk campaign, Ids admi
ration for tla; great . KentucJkiau. led
him to liet a p'llr of match horses, all
the slock he had, on tlie result ; and
tills, though a strict member of the
i'resbytorian church, ot course he
was "churched'' for gaming. "All
we ask of yon, Mr. Brooke." said the
minister, during the trial, "is to ack
nowledge that you arc sorry, and prom
ise to snt no more." "Sorry ?" asked
Mr. Brooke, rising from his neat with
an air of injured innocence, ."Sorry r
My dear brother, when 1 think of tlHe
bcatiful bays gone from my gut- for
ever. I can truly say, with hand upon
my heart, that no transact ion of my life
gives me more ccnulne sorrow than
Willie had a pairof boots sent him
on his fourth birthday a pair of little
red-topped boots. Tiiey were received
with shouts of inteuse delight, the
strongest desire of his childish heart
having been for sneh a pairof boots.
But alas ! small as were his. feel, tla
boots were smaller.. They woiiM, by
no manlier of tugging, be made to go
on. Again and twain, till long past
his bedtime, tlie child made the trial,
when father mother and Bridget had
failed ; till at last, utterly wearied, he
was undressed, still hugging the lioota.
Then a thought seemed to strike him.
Dropping on his knees, he repeated his
evening prayer, and said, "Now I
lay me," and then adding very ear
nestly. "And please God, make my
boots goon easy in the morning, " be
went cheerfully to lied, boots and all.
The trusting" faith of the chlkl touch
ed tlie Crther'ti heart, and though very
tired, lie sallied out, going lrom one
store to another, till he found-another
pair of little red-topped boots that
went on "easy in the morning."
At breakfast one morning, in that
quiet and comfortable old inn, the
White Swan, in York. England, a for
eigner made a quick dispateh with
the eggs. Thrusting his spoon into
tls3 middle, la- drew out the yolk, de
voured it, and Missed on to the next.
Wheu he srot to his seventh eeg. an
old farmer, who liad lavn already prei-
n a .. . i . , ' 1,1
nnioeu against ms mnsuuaiios. vuuiu
brook the extravagance no longer, and
speaking up, said: "Why. sir. you,
leave all the white I How is Mrs. Kock
wood to afford to provide hreakfii't at
that rate?" "Vy," replied the otit
side iKirhariau. "yon 'voiiltlu't liave
me to eat tie white ? In de yelk U de
shlcken ; tie 1te de tedders. Am I
to make von bolster of my belly f"
Tla; farmer was dumbfounded.
A young lady in a neighboring town
lias taken up' dentistry for a living.
All the gentlemen pntmniae Iier.
When she puts her arm around tlie
neck of a patient ami carrwes his
jaw for the offending member, tla'
sensation is about as nice as they
make Vm. One ymmtr man lias be
eome hopelessly infatuated with her.
Consequently lie liasn't a tooth in his
liead. Site law pulled every blessed
one of tbem ; and made him' two new
sets and pulled them. She is now at
work on Ida father's saw. He holds
Boston's farewell bouquet to Kihwon
was a ship four feet long, resting on
an ocean of red pinks, with the word
"Adieu" on one side ami "Cuba" on
tla? other, In white pinks, it sailed
down the middle aisle of the thea
ter in the middle of a tine passage in
"Martlet," and was launclatl upon tla?
stage after considerable exertion,
wla-re It rested quietly until the cur
tain fell, and was tla'n steered by Has
prima donna herself to some unknown
faiveu behind tlie scenes.
A doctor was called in to sec the
patient whose native land was Ireland,
and whose native drink was whisky.
Water was prescribed as the onlv cure.
Pat said it was out of tlie quest ton. he
could never drink it. Then milk was
proposed, and Pat agreed to get well
on milk. The doctor was summoned
again. Near the bed on which tla?
sick man lay was a table, and on tlie
table a large bowl of milk, hut strong
ly flavored with whisky. "What have
you there?" said tin? doctor. "Milk,
doctor, just what yon orthered." "But
there' whisky In It; 1 smell it."
"Well, doctor." sighed the patient.
"tliere may lie whisky in it, but milk
is my object."
"My friend, don't you know that It
Is very dangerous to' fake a nap while
the train is In motion !'' "Why. no."
exclaimed the astoutshed iudiviilua!.
waking up: "why so:'" "Jiweaus
this train runs over sleepers."