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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1872)
Aikht AVooi.. Since It husbeeome
more probable that the tariff on wool
and woolen will Ml l clMiigcil ;lt
the present seesno of Congress, the
disposition i:i Eastern market! to pars
time the article has become more
marked. Following are tlie prices tor
wool juiiil in Boston, pet latent mail
Ohio :iii.l rnnwtwna
Plckkick..., s7 ..i M
( In nee XX rvfcu iff
Fine X KM W
Misi'mm 7 '.Ki
n ir-e .
t. iiiiimmi. .
Other 'l teln-
Oomuton. . .
Htmerflnc . .
. -it I HO
. 80S 95
. :ch ."ii
Ill Mimn iKili.
ailed tv.nn labor I
ihment in the Or
our worths an. I
feent ! brother, AMiKhsis C
taint .1. :
itld the i'r.l
it mil' (lute as Mi
sioti to our -Irnvr" sorrow
removal of our hrotlier from among
n-. and entertaliihn; the liveliest
sympathy with the family of otir.lc
euait brother fhr fhl sad bereavc-
atm desiring to pertxititato- n
I of the re-net t and arteetlnil 1
i hi memory i
re JetT l-eliill
Tirilhy the. leiith of l.roth
todge law io-t an earnest
I hrotlier. the fraternity a
-.1 and ialon Mason, and
er I .'X. thh
the eommtiuity ai lurge an active, en
i rgi tic .i.i'l parrlotle dtiwn.
'.'' That tha thanks of this
I . Ige are roost cordially extended t.
fie officer and menibersof Blue Motm
t in Lodge Xo. 13, null Walla Walhi
Idge So. 7. for their brotherly "ixl
niiternaJ kiiulne, in aittng in the
funeral servloe oottrdeeeaseii broth
er, and ajing the lat offlee which
the iiviiij; esui minister to Ibe dead, hy
following his remain to the place of
interment, and tliere depositing them
with the ntaia Ibrroalltle of tlie Craft.
,' iri. l int as a testimonial of
respect tor our ileeeaed brother, that
the Altar ol this Ijodgeba dnsaed in
inonrning. and tlu t the members wear
tlie usual badge for tbirtv daj's.
' . That these resouttiotw be
pon the Journal of the Lodge,
e furnlslied the Alhauy R wi
ll the WalLi Walla I'm id, hi
-on a.' i
i- rri; ai
I V. ( RAWFiiR!).
s 20,000 a year to kec
rale !:i ieu(
Cornel! has 7
can uow board at
fee m Geneva Lake
.'i!k mills have opened at Ilerk
7'iiere were 19 executlonis in Ger
many lat year.
PittsiiebJ, "tiass., is to have n new
Chicago is putting up 512,000",
000 worth ui ii,tt 1-.
Now Vork l.as 28 orphan asy
lums, with O.ndil (hmatea.
I'utlaial, Vt., is seadutg marble
to Rome fur statuary.
7 ! new City Hall of Baltimore
will cost fc.2,500,000.
7he Baptists of T.ynti, Mass., are
l. erect a $60,000 cl.'urcli.
7'lie. Miaktrs of Massaclmsetts
want to sinrz at the Jubilee.
Beeclier's coiiregatton gaffe
$250,090 to charity last year. '
7'oliace i u-i r students arc ex
cluded from Amherst College,
riie tisli tiade of New Knxlatid
amounts to 00,000,000 per year.
A youiia; la.ly in llaugor wears a
" oonie- over- ite tlie- Mayflower"
It is said that no epidemic, not
even the cholera, baa, within half a
century, been as general or fatal in
Philadelphia as the small pox, the j
bills of mortality presenting an by- .
t-rase of more than two hundred ,
d 4s a week during tlie autumn
and winter. It Las raged durmg
a ienod nearly ten times as long as
did cholera, and has not yet ceased.
W RieLard Wallace has given
7, 00(1 francs towards tlie establish-
netit of Koup-kitcliens for the poor
u'ven young women in Iowa
liare started a manutaelory of bed
finilts. . -
More tban five hundred orphans
are W provided for liberally by.
IheGirard (lliiladelplna) 1 ..nest.
The best time to eitt corn Waen It '
An exchange say there w once
la.lv Who liisxnl a cow. Pshaw ! tint '
iiOthlhg. Tin re'- lots of young RR.He
roim.! Viero who ki-n calve.
A yonngsteT of literary tastes h?
scrlN - l':i win as the man tvlm bellev- I
iil we degenerated from the monkey.
When i a -lip like a scarf-pin ?
When to 1 on the hosom of a lieavy
What wjulrea more philosophy than
taking ihinvr a they come ? Parting
wiih thing- a lliey fin.
"One thing,'' MM an old ti)ier.
'was never eo conilng through the
rye. an' that's the kind o' whisky one
p i- now-a-dsy.'1
A gentleman met another on the
Street, who wa iM of lOlisuniptlon.
and accosted him Urn: "Ab. my
Irieiiil. yon walk slow ?" "Yes.'" re
lie.l iiie luiiii. "out 1 am going fat."
A la.ly ..m e Hllteted a FtS coach
wWi . mneh'powder oti her Eice that
!: blot up the .'.river.
"Ih.'ert. cbuip'ire the adjective
old. " --ii.1 a c!M,,ii!:iitcrtoan urchin.
"Podtlve colli. coiiitMMtivecongti, sn
Hii'!ativ ofuii." said the hoy.
a drover who wlls hi- cattle by live
weight, always air (hem as much
wai i- tbev will ill ink before drivltut
ilnii, ..in t.. ill. ea',s, This, tin says
i wh it t umlerstand hy "wittering
I am ghul tliN coffee don't owe me
j anything," sai.! an seconutiHtl at his
hivakfist. "Why M?" iu.juiivd his
wile. "Beenue ' I'm fearful that it
never WOttld nettle," he an-wen-d.
Ii':: poooft)l of yeal will raise fifty ,
(.nils worth of flotir, bow much will it
! ii,c to raise ftmds enougli to buy an-
other barrel :- Answer may be buttled 1
in over ihe fence.
A traveler stottped at a cabaret in
France, v.', ere the Ilk hud two sorts '
wbrc. which he called first rahle" ;
and "common table," The traveler. !
uie'i' trying tin-in both, pronounced
wiii. was an inveterate jo
sh r, baring had hi- nose,
lirl a Iwrtloii of his chin
.1 away by a shot, at the battle of
i.. was a -ked by some of Ida com
if li.ey c. old do anything for
"Boys" said he. c-iMug as
a- ne .
ii.1 he I
h in his mangled counl
.I like a drink of water
it' 1 only had the face to
ng those chickens to your
.. l et way ?" ipierietl de- i
irttey. "X'o ! he bruiiif
A tVet. r:i . ditor writing on church
matters, say : "No velvet ctishions
in onr j ew-: we don'l in for style,
rile tiittesl p. rsou Ikls the softest .-eat,
ami take- ii out with him at the close
of serviei's." ,
A oitug tnan who attended a lecture
tin :. "Are we better than
Our father?" started fir home savhiir
"I'm going to set the best of mine
Two uleiui' Kali girls having but i
one lover between tliem, drowned
tlieiiisi ive.i in a graceful hut determiu-1
Olil maids shottl'1 ilw.iv o to the f
theatre before the rU
. licc.m-e then there is
of the curtain,
a chance of an
An agricultural exchange, who 1ms 1
evidently satatflie feet of Greelev, !
rreniatte: . little attention to the I
liens !i"'.v. glvinj; them milk punch,
oyster shens, red ;'j.ni' anil other j
stimuhuing itompomidf, will set Uiem
to layhig like cven'll.h.g.
ronti MOtner "jojiu, .10 look at
i: cjiild : ii ha- vour catch in it i
imutlt and will swallow it.'' John
Is a tweheior iTother-iu-law and
Ve: e t'on.l of fvthles "I Hi. ilon'f he III..
least alarmed. I've got hold of tlie i
chain. It can't e tUr." tTablean,)
! limy was reading the JUinie very
attentively when his father came into
:ii. rtwin and a-kod hitu what be had
found that was so iutere-tiug. 'Vhv
hoy. looking iii eagerly, exclaimed :
I iiflye found a place in tlie Bible
wiiere thev were all Methodiats."
I "H'.w s..;-" riuUlred the father. '"Be
eaitse," sabl lie, all the people said
'Amen '.' "
.u illiterate fitrmer. wishing to elite:-
-. .mo animals at. im agricultural ex
hibition, wrote to the .Secretary as follow-:
"Also, enter me for the best 1
jacka-w I am sure of taking the prenii- j
I uni." '
"Putty-eyed monster. ' Is what ap
(.cared in the pnier of Tennessee
-Hlitor who wrote with respect, "pretty
aged mbiUter." The iniulster's sons
int. i vie ved" tlie editor tlie next
morning with a shot-gun.
1 d;:i' day the surgeon came to the
side Of an ague patient in a military
hoSpltnl, and anxiously inquireit how
he feit. In tlie midst of a shivering
chili die reply wa-: "No no t a
hit ht-t-e-r." "I'm sorry; hut your
e is.' 1- a very peculiar one and hard to
! jret hold of" said the surgeon svmna-
i theticaiiy. "Ye-yes." said the shiver-1
! ing soldier, 'tha-ts's so : th tli e
case sha hakes o yo you can 't '
gi get a hoi d of It tali." He re- j
Samuel Jackson, President of the
r,liversitv ot Pennsylvania, died at
, . . , ' , ,
llls rMuleiloe on the monZ t,,e
6Ui, age.1 eiglity-five years.
Hall' fare arrangements have been
tnaile'witli nearly all the railroads,
for attending the Chicimiati Jon-
'H e Senate appropriations for the
California Indian services are 886,
000, ?I0,000 being for the Mission
Constantinople imports matches
Snbscrilxs'lbr flu- itwits-ff-rt."
" They Who Have Nothing for Sale
are Farthest from Market "
A. CAHOTHERS & CO.,
WUO KNOW THIS TO BE TKUE.
Are nuw kepplnj, inJ also cmtantly re
coi.iuj tJJitiooa to,
The Largest Stock Of Goods
DSUdL TO TEEIU TRADE
AT tWCn PRICES
Pure hesers Shall be Satisfied.
Besides a Larfe Stock of
Paints, UreM, and Oils,
Finest Tobacco I Cigars
Ever y tiling
U9UAIXY OBTA158D IS
NO ABTICLE HOLD
Bat what la
Guaranteed To Be
JUST AS REPRESENTED,
A. CAROTHERS Off
Ol K TtMPERAM K t OI.l MS.
A KeiimrkMble TnMpenuiM Lrrtar. j
UY EUZABKTH HKi WOOD.
The Kev. Thomas Itainhrldge. a pi
ous and useful Metliodist inea'clier of
former times, ami also a very interost
iil2 lrt liirer on tempci. ace. Usui to tell
the follow ing as one of the pa into ! ex- i
IKTleiiiv coiineetist wun tlie Hitter
work. On his way to an evening ser-
vice at the scliuoMioue. a few miles
thnn home, he saw lying by the side
way a man fallen in the deep deep of ,
the drunkard. It was a cold day in I
December, and be called to the man I
to awake, or otherwise he would feeze
i to death. .Making no impression, lie:
aliehtcil and triiil to aniiis,- lino, but;
with no Utter success, lie then rode'
on iinlck'y to the village tavern, a lit- j
tie distance oil", and ealting out tlie
landlord, said fearlessly to him:
"There i some of your work a little
way oil! One or your cu 'turners dead
drunk by die roadside! I hope you:
wfH go and take tare of him. for" he ,
will -non freeze to death on such acold
night a this."
I'll attend to 111111.'" said tlie land-1
lord in a surely tone,.
Then do so at once.'" said Mr. B.
persistently. " would go back and j
help, hut I have an appointment to
preach at the school-house, and sliall j
lie late Ifl do not hurry; but I would
rather miss Ibe service than allow that
man to sutler any harm. ,
"i . I will certainly attend to him!"
said the landlord. Does Mr. Bain-
brklge think me a fool?"
Unite satisfied that he would do
what was necessary for tlie poor stu- i
petied victim of his odious traffic, Mr. j
B. rode on quickly to bis appointment, !
for it was beginning to sfinw, and the'
weather was piercing cold. At the !
close of tlie meeting one of the mem
bers of the little society invited him to
stay at his house all night, and he glad-1
ty accepted the Invitation. In tlie 1
morning he set out for home through
the snow, not thinking of tlie incident i
ot his journey the night before, till he
eamo hack to the place where he had ;
seen the poor drunkard lying; when all j
at once, Ills blood ran cold, and his heart '
seemed to stop beating, for in that par- j
tlCular spot there was a ridge in the j
snow that seemed to lie the sh:iie of a !
man. Could it lie possible that the!
landlord had lieen false to his tru-t!
Alas! as he pushed aside the snow the '
(lice ot the dmiik.tnl was open to view, j
lie hastily remounted rode hick to tlie
tavern; and entered tlie barroom with j
his face nearly as white as the snow j
out of which iie had stepped, and start
ling the idle group, who had come for
their morning drain, with the words: i
(.'ome with me! Von first, "address- i
ing tliejaithless landlord particularly;
"come and see the effects of vour hor
The startled group rose to their feet i
hut refused to follow, seentlmr i-nnt.xl I
j to the sMit hy the horror-stricken look. ;
and grieved tones of the faithful mill- i
I isrer. But he was resolute, and short
I ly all followed him to the sit where
j lay the companion of their carousels in
his death-bed ot snow.
"And there." said Mr. B.. "over
that man 1 preached my most effective
temperance discourse. 'The men shook
like aspen leaves, and the landlord
looked more dead than alive while I
hehl forth in language too strong fori
tears. The whole village Has ii roused,
and never was tliere so a fleet lug a fu
neral in that place as over the dead i
drunkard who bad been hastily seized i
by the king of terrors."
Many hearts were softened and tun
ed to tlie Lord by theterrihle lesson .The
neglectful landlord was the especial
subject of tlie convicting power of the I
Holy Spirit, lie sold out his netiirl
ous business and became a sincere (
Christian. Said he to Mr. B. after
wards: "I never forgot that awful lecture in
the snow. It ran in my ears till I h:i
nearly districted; for I felt as if the !
mercy of God were clean gone from
me. But I found then: was a Savior
not only for., the penitent drunkard,
but also for the truly repentant drunk
Riii Iter's Proaoanl
Dkab Sns : I hare openef? ajiaii
ments. fitted up with all tlie entice
ments of luxury, fiw tlie sale of nun.
branily. gin, wine, beer, and all tlieir
compouuils. Onr otijeets tlnmsli ilit
ferent can be best attained by niiited
action. I, tlierefiire. prosxe a eopnrt-nei-ship.
All I want of men is their
money. All else snail be yonrs.
Bring me tlie indnstrious, tlie sober,
tlie respectiible, and I will return tliem
to you drankHrds, panpers and beg
gars. Bring the child, and will dash to
earth the dearest hopes of the father
Bring me the father and the mother,
and I will plant discord between tliem.
and make them a curse and a reproach
to their children.
Bring me the young man, and I will
ruin his diameter, destroy his health,
shorten his lite, and blot out tlie high
est and purest hopes of youth.
Bring me the mechanic or the labor
er, and bis own money., the hard-earned
fruits of his toil, .shall be made to
bring poverty, rice, and Ignorance to
his once happy home. .
Bring me tlie warm-hearted sailor,
and I will send him on a lee shore,
and make ship-wreck of all fond hopes
Bring me the professed follower of
Christ, and I will blight and wittier
erery devotional feeling of his heart.
I will corrupt the ministers of religion,
and defile the purity of the church.
Bring me the patronage of tlie city
and of the courts of justice; let the
magistrates of the Stale of the Union
become ray patrons ,- let the law-inak-ers
themselves meet at my table and
participate in violations of tlie law;
and the name of law shall become a
hissing and a byword in the streets.
Brim; me, above all, the moral, res
pectable man. If possible, bring the
moderate temperance man; thongh
be may not drink; yet his pretence
wDt countenance the pretexts ander
. . . . . , . ..
wMea tnt tNwmeas
Bring hhn to oar
hiisM sal Iim bnawif
t be masked;
and hotels, ana
of oar Tfetims Will
tiNtjititsr wlrhoot ftlarw.
First and BroadaibUi Sts.,
ATTENTION PAI TO
ORDERS OF ALL Mm
IN" 2EXXS ITNTS.
FROM 8. r. AND TOE EAST,
THE LARGEST LOT
New and Elegant
EVER BROUGHT TO ALBANY!
Come and See it I
MILI.INKRi', DRRfc'8 MAKLN'tf
MILLINERY. DRESS MAKING,
A3i D '
LADIES' AXD ClflLDBEVS
'j'llt: CKIiKIiSlliNKD HASOfhSEIi A
1 new - .1. ..
initio, 1:. lies' HIlU cllil.li'. t.'s ;':ti'i: ir-h.in J
Kno ts of all kin. Is of tile t&ttMl iiiul most
tusl,loi'iti!e stylus whkli she olR'rs "ni
IhiUm of - M'lni v in. 1 -tii reim.iiiij ef.unlry
:.i the Unreal rales, tlw
Dress Making Department
viiumniee enttW sill isliiel iwi. ('liui'ea
I'lottiluK' Always on lniHlj lii'Utw'nnd
elilMtvnS teieiy iiinue, iiiuler tUaliinifi
6ttieks, -a 'k-. u)iroittf ote.
Urew IrlmiHlwic. An . e. ii-i'. -v
rle'y ol stlK. imijn, eoiier. eel i.ooleii
.in'-, I riluUlintfSi :l! s i:i i i
1mltiiitf. H..iiev-ei!.'..a-!i'.i.-iii. nni
win. r-'!. ..i etolli.ol the W'i ymUtlieii,
Furs, r.U: lAdfM'aad children's com.
plotc si-: - t.f tins nud swandou a. ol Juti'si
(IkljrnoiiR.- Lniest stj-les constantly on
MhieelliiiieoiiSi Liuirni. find nndlniia
ot an nr.ides and qmilltlei, n fall assort
ment. JACiiVKTs. MfsIdXs, EMUKOIDEIiitSS
1'l.VTKIt l.rSKN, KII AM' LI, '
Ul' H !: II VAItlKTIEf V
i.i.'H l. iiisk. ETC.
Ify . dctennlnai (on liettur to irivc sntlsfiie.
tl.iii in Wylc nud qiniHt) ol work uu 1
prices, I nsk u share ni pnliUc iwuniinue.
l Ul. Ut s.div
Opposite A. Carothers & Co.,
Kind street, Albany, Oregon.
HItS. SAKaji i;. uoDLKy.
!. A'.'en' for sir, carpenter's Cklr.
Ba.VTIli i'iiis.- ?. nil.. Nil.-. 1. 7.;ii '
I'ATMNT GATE, EX.
Sclf-CHcning and Srlf-Ciosing
G A TE .
PATENTED BY JOHN' DICKASON,
June I. 17,
'J'HK OATH IS SOCONSTRl VTKli That
I when Hie wak-lc KpiHuiielieii it tlio
wiieen mi sl.liMmw over .. iewrwhit'U
h oiiineeted to the nttu hliiae tiv ro.1,
iiiusoimHiii the ute lietore voa ah '. tat
miln;i ii open, After Koliw'tlumngii.titB
oiri-uwc iwtwei. met r similar U'T-r, also
eoiimit'teil Willi the 2aiHtitnin..r'Hii4inv ti.. .
Ht,lii It. rOMtion, to shut behind yon
Ko Gotf ing Out of Your Vehicle !
No Raising nf Latches or Pulling
of !l rings,
Bxcerit the "ribbons" of roar teem, it l
THElAStV MAX'S GATE,''
! "Df.n! Open am Shut."
. Tills sate l simple m Rsemistmrtlon,
iKrthol lronaiiilwlivoi'k,iiiRtHot ItkcJv
toael ontof or.ler. If nest, elleiip ifat'o
is i Ii sire I. ir ma lx' niiele lilit, with three
, eroM Iwim oi w'.j and natsfomtli Inch
wire, neatly ritrvel m tin top, the lowei
.'Mil III. I ill Ihe iKlttOUl liar. Wlljl'll ii tin:
i si. vie ot a faetor iiimle The fales
lire now in (unci ii al w. In Hecenil of the
roiintli!nKinl San Franelseo, and plenty
of tost liuonfiials can tie jlven,
THOMAS J. SAFF0RD,
Having imivUiiswl the
Rlglit for I.iiiu Co., Oregon,
it;i nn- on hnml. anil will maniifnctnro
the uhme (loscrifwl (futc. Win rover ll bus
U'eii ii-u-i it has iwlvivtilielilliesten
ooinfiniis, as ihe latxc nimiher ot eertui
cates from prominent fanners In all tunn
of the country, ,KIW in niy limuls, will
CARRIAGEfs VXD WACOXfS,
Of AU Descriptions,
On band and manttfuctitrcd to or.ler.
Illarksmlthiiig and Repairing-
I.e.' to outer u' m..st reasonahle mtes.
sht.p fnnl of reiTV si reet, opposite Bench,
Montvith A Co.'- Rnnrbig mills.
TtftlMAS J. SAIfOltl).
Albany, (Kit. 28, Is71-dv4
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
COOK, PARLOR AND BOX,
. Of the best patterns.
ALSO : TIM, SHEET IRON A.D OI.
Anil tlui usnal assortment of fiirnUtliliia
goods to lie obtuiucd in a tin utore.
Rciirs neatly and promptly execnteiU
on roaaonablo terms.
Short reekonliiK make Unit Irlfnda,
FHCWT STRKET, ALBANY.
Dec. 5, lww-i
I Altll AMI ItAMK " splendM hit om
iU7,ht J4 VllHW