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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1872)
SAN FKANCI8CO AGRfCfJLT'L
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER AXD IIAXD
PRE S SB S,
J.aten ami navd. issuable
s Is undoubtedly
TO ;o FOR
AVlii-ii you wish
But why particularize, when it isgen
( rally acknowledged tluit we are
When it cornea under the bead of
To convince yourself of the truth of
the above statement'!, you have
only to call (or send a hand ac
companied by three stamps to
pay return postage) when
we will astonish yon with
the capacity of the Reci
isTER office fur doing
I'OLonED or Plain
work, and the re
ited by the
Corrallng the stamps' for the same
when finished. When you have
"bU" In our line, call. A hint to
t lie sufficient is wise as
a blind kick's horse, or
words to that effect.
OYSTERS, SARDINES, REP HERRING,
U KO. F. SETTLEJIIER,
(Successor to 1). W. Wakefield!,
Pnrrlsh' New Building, rirst Mrni,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure, and of Du
I'hvsicians prescriptions carefully com
pounded. Albany, Oct. 17, lsowilf
W. II. M'FARLAXD & CO.,
Opposite the hotels,
SUCCESSORS TO 0. P. TOMPKINS CO.
Force mid Lilt Pump.
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
iiovke Fimmnxu hardware,
Tin, Conner and Sheet Iron
LARUKKT KTIM'K IX THE VAMJ.Y.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing Properly Done. tOvl
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, &e.
THE INDEHSIOXKI) INVITES THE
Attention of 1 he public to his lurgcniid
roinplete Stock of
and other TREES.
Also, CRAPE VI ES -best in the State;
Ornamental Tree?, Shrubs. Plants. Cqr
rants, (ioosclierrii s, Strawberries, Rosen.
lUihilasand Bull, which will he sold as
low as tirst-class slock can Ik' afforded.
XOV.HMlVt J- A. MILLARD.
N E W F I K 31 !
W. II. KI BIX & CO.
Have just received a large and well select
ed slock of
UAH I WA.Il. 13 ,
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
C-10NSISTLVI! OK -AN VHJ9, VICES, DEL
j lows, haimncrs, sleibres, saws, planes,
cross cut and mill saws; together w ith a
ANNORTJIEXT OF IROSt AXDSTE1X,
Nails, springs, axles, thliulile-akolns, liolts,
etc., etc., etc.
A well aelectcd stork or
Bent rims, shafts, poles, hickory axles, etc.
All of which arc now offered to the pub
lic at low rates. As we make the business
a specialty, we can nnd w ill keep a better
assortment, at lower prices, titan any
house iu this city.
Also rccelvinit and opening, a large and
splendid assortment of
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Which wo oflerat reduced rates.
W. II. KTH.N CO.,
Montelth fire-proof brick, Flint street.
March 12, 70-47
LANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC.,
on ung-mn styiea -anu wr u
KOW IS THE TIME !
NONE TOO POOK TO Bt'Y IT
The Cheapest Live
Newspaper on the
Pacific Coast !
An Eight-Page Weekly Xcwspaper,
of mutter, vyritten and selected to meet
the wank and tastes of all varieties of
The REGISTER is printed on new
and elegant type, contains a carefully
nritten digest of tlie news of tlie week,
both local ants general ; Is plain and
outspoken on all matters of political
importance, while its columns contain
a fair share of literary and miscellane
ous reading, etc., etc., making it the
most attractive paper iu Oregon.
The REGISTER is offered to sub
scribers, from now until the close of
For the extremely low price of
Which puts It within the reach of all.
Will not the friends of the REGISTER
make a vigorous effort to put into the
hands of till their neighbors, as at the
price it is the cheapest newspaper pub
lished on the Pacific coast ?
DRY-GOODS & GROCERIES.
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS !
J. MILT. BEACH
Is now openlnjr a
Selected Stock or General
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Crocker' nnd Glass Ware,
ISOOTN AMI NHOESi,
PAINTS AND OILS, KTC., ETC.,
AND IS OFFEKIKH TIIK GOODS TO
the pnlilicHt priecscorrespondlngwlth
All kiwis of merchantable produce taken
In exchange for gooils.
Come one, conic nil, nwl examine prices,
at the old stand, formerly occupied hy I.
Reach A Son, opisisltc Foster's brick, south
side First street, Altmny, Oregon. 31v3
IttMTKRIKS AM) MIOVISIOXS, In full
T supply, just received by
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
"A Stlteli In Time Saves Sine."
IT NI ON
Fire and Marina Insurance Company,
Xos, 410 and 418 California St.,
SAX FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Stockholder Individually Liable.
Cash capital, In gold coin, - - 1730,000 00
Deposit in Oregon, 50,000 00
Losses promptly nud cqnitably ad
PAID IN GOLD COIN.
1IIIS COMPANY HAVING COMPLIED
with the laws of Oregon, by making a
deposit of rlfty thousand dollars. Is now
prepared to effect insurance against loss or
damage by tire, and also against marine
and inland navigation run, on- liberal
GtJSTAVK TOlTCIIARn, President.
CH as. 1). Haven, Secretary.
I. 0. MENHENH ALL, Afent , Albany.
Murder In Albany
ASKKVKR TKTREEN KNOWN, AND
no uirwicuing oi it at present.
Is a thing which sometime most befall
every sou and daughierof the human fam
ily ; aud yet,
At the ma-day,
Of jour life, It disease lavs his vile hands
upon you, there Is st 111 "a Istlm in (Ulead,"
by which you may lie restored to neri'eet
health, and prolong your days to a miracu
By calling on
R. C. HILL & SO.,
With a prescription, where von can have
it compounded by one experienced In that
particular lino. Also, constantly on hand
a good assortment of fresh dings patent
medicines, chemicals, paints, nils, dye
stutrs, trasses, etc. Agents for the
Celebrated I nk Weed Remedy ,
Or, Oregon Rheumatic Cure; Dr. D. .Jay no
& ROUS' medicines, etc.
Spcncc Positive nnd Negative Powders
kept In stock. Also agents for the
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine,
One of the most useful piece of household
furniture extant. Call anil examine.
It.C. HILL & SON.
Albany, June 10, 7l-tAv3
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and San Mill Machin
ery, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IKON AND BRANN lASTIXUS.
Particular attention paid to rciialring all
kinds of machinery. 41v3
C. M. rAKTWHIGHT. C, WtSTLAKE.
A. U. MOH11IS.
Have constantly on lianil a largo and vari
ed 'assortment of
which they offer on the most reasonable
'""so, on lmml the celebrated
Light and heavy.
Advance made on Wraln, Wool,
and other approved merchandise, consign
ed for sale here, or for shipment to Port
land or !Ain Francisco.
GRAIN and WOOL
Taken In store, or purchased at the high
est market price.
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
900,000 pound of Wool !
For which wo will make liberal ad vance,
and pay the highest market price In cash.
Albany, March 15-48
In the Flew Af nln.
TREAD WELL & CO.
with the old atandard
so popular with all California tanners,
with all the latest Improvement, and
many new ones for the harvest of 72. .
The Wood's Prize Mower
and Wood's Improved Self-Hake
Those machine are Indisputably
TIIK HIM IX TIIF. WOBXII.
Asu harvester, the Wood's Improved
Prise Mower Is confessedly without an
equal vet liefore the country. These ma
chines' have been Improved slnee first In
troduced, until thev ure now almost en
tirely a new mnclilu. Thev are made
by Wnlter A. Wood (the largest manu
facturer of Farming Machinery In the
ii iimn u-lm keens "nn with the
times," and who now builds and sells over i
- ... A..- .i. .it' fl, lni-lilu
ini'li.,-"i' I .,i-ii ,1. ....
l'rlac Mowers annually. It led the world
at the I'm is Kipositton, and has found no
The Wood's Improved Prize Mower Is
especially adapted to Oregon. It bus a
folding' or jointed) Imr with hnnd lev
er, two wheel, spring seat. nnd is made
almost entirely of malleable iron, hard
wood nnd steel. It isheavy.sSronaTand
durable, and I hough compart and power
ful, is of lighter dmft than the other ma
chines of ciiual weight. It Is every way
lost the Mower for Oregon, as every
farmer will say who litis one. And Its price
(il.lui is from !" to Si", less I ban Isaskedfor
an inferior machine. Farmers, will yon
pay that difference? Investigate before
von buy, and see If you are getting uny
tblngtpr tluit rjrlm pnjil- for It i., profit,
as no Mower costs more to build tlinn does
Wood's. Send for a pamphlet lict'oro buy
ing. "Huj lhe Rest."
Buy (he Wood's Improved I'rlae
We offer also the
GENUINE MINE'S HEADERS.
from 10 to M Teet cut, improved by Walter
. ii- i i I...- ......... K ,.n II... iwl.'mi,.
.1. noun, n;i hi,- win, hh nit
agesofthe old Illinois machine, but Wood s
Improvements, and also Woane' Adjiwt
fr. No other Hinder has these Improve
ments, and no other parlies sell them.
They are made especially for this coast, by
Wood, at Hoosick Fall, H. Y.
The Kirby Seir-Kakc Reaper
These machines arc too well known to
noeddescrlption. Also the "KIKBYCLIP-
I'KH MOWKlt"-prioc 7.i-tho cheap
nnd for many purposes the tiest In the
ALL SIZES W-''
'The Hiitdley" Is the perfection of the
Portable Engine. As n Threshing Knglne
thev have long led all others, until now
scarcely anv ot her Is to be found.
Taken with the
thev make the most complete set of thresh
ing' machinery in the world. "The ltus
scll,"us Improved, cannot be equalled in
the country. We are sole agents for the
sale of these celebrated I hrcshcrsjind have
had them bnllt epresslv for this coast.
Ask any farmer who has a Itusscll Thresh
er, what he thinks of It.
MrCormlrk'K Renper, Jone'H Plow.
Wagons. Header Trucks, Itusscll
nnd I'lnnet Horse Powt-r, liny
Pree, Fork, NryUie. Nnatlics,
Cultivators, r., &r., Ae.
Studebaker Farm Waiion,
Itbaea Horse Rakes,
A new lot of several car loads. Just recclv
ud ; with also every description of
anda fresh stock of
ROPE, NAILS, MINING GOODS,
IHILLMEN S and FARMER'S
MACHINERY & FINDINGS.
Flense send for circulars and prices.
TREADWELL & CO.,
Head of Front St.
C. B. Comrtoek&Co., Agenti,
AI.IIAX V, OREUOH.
Important to Merchant.
Ureat Seduction In Candle s!
Tf( CONSEQt'KSCE OF A DKCUNK 1
I tho price of stunirs the undersigned,
proprietors of the
Portland Candy MRnnfaetorjr,
have made a COrrespondlMI reduction in
the price of candies, amounting from 4 to
i cents ner nonnd.
All candle sold by us are warranted to
Isj manufactured from
Doable Reflned ttagnr.
A 'fall assortment of all kinds ot nuts
constantly on hand, and sold ittasmall ad
vance on Baa Francisco prices.
Orders from the motor piwnptly at
tended to. A titSh Y 1 llEQEliE,
No. Id, Flrst-8tn opposite rest office,
nSSml Portland, Oregon.
tar Subscribers finding an X after their
ntMm inmrmed thatthetrsnbscriptlon
expires with that nmnlier, and they are in
vifed to renew It. Terms- J per annum,
in advance; six months, IS; three months,
iar Legal tender received at par from
subscribers In the Eastern State.
(From the Mt. Vernon Sews..
An Oprn Letter m Nrnator Trum
bull from an old Friend us Naoth
Mt.Verkos, Irx., April 72.
Bon. Lyman Trumbull :
Hall, and farewell ! Mv first vote
was for yon I hare 'not failed to voto
with ymi ever since. My next vote;
will not be with or for you. No pub
lic man except Abraliain Lincoln ever
had my confidence more fully than
yourself up to your vote on the ini
pcachtneut of Audrew Johnson. Then
lily faith In you was shaken. Your re
cent Cooper Institute speech leaves no
room for douht, but forces ine, how
ever reluctantly, to say, farewell.
1 In ih I no office, am seeking none :
am little, and to fame unknown, and
ntn likely to remain so; and compared
to your greatness, only "as a fly on a
bull's horn ; " yet tlie class to which 1
belong is millions strong, nnd our pow
er win be felt in November next.
Mark tlie prediction.
llnvingaidcd to place yon where you
are, I claim tint right to enter this ray
protest against your recent jKillticiil
Tlie Republican jiiirty has made you
great In the land placed your name
nigh on the roll of honorable mention.
You now propose to stjike the ham I
that fed; in fact, to slap in the fatv
the political mother from whence you
have received naught but the milk of
human kindness, and that most gener
ously. Again I say, farewell.
ItKmlin.ite ambition is often fearful
in its effects. It caused w'arln heaven,
anil doubtless mod; of the wars, strife,
and misery of earth are its legitimate
offspring. Andrew Jrhnson ''swung
around tlie circle" into the Democrat
ic party, and thence to oblivion. I
think your boat is headed iu that di
rection. I don't wish to ride therein
have no confidence in the crew, and
hence, am forced to say, farewell.
I do not believe that Gen. Grant is
the Republican party, nor that k has
the power or disposition to control the
party : hut I do believe that Republi
cans whom the party have honored as
they have you, sir, might to hold their
jieace till the party adopts its platform
and selects its standard liearcrs accord
ing to its usual forms ; then if their ac
tion is such as you cannot conscien
tiously endorse, resign tlie place re
cieved from that party, nnd go before
the jieopic. Good men would resifct
such a course if they could not go with
Man proposes. God disposes. The
Democratic party may plant, yourself
and Senator Scntirz may water, but
Greeley cannot furnish the increase,
however much lie may know alioiit
farming. Your proposed alliance with
"the world, the flesh and the devil" to
destroy the party; that has made you
what yon are, will in my opinion fail
My hair is streaked with gray, a
grandchild fondles around my knees
you arc milch older than I ; time
hears us rapidly on, on to that bound
less future; tlie responsibility of the
pre-ent is great, tluit of the future in
finitely greater ; where much is given
much will be required. Oh that we
may he able to shape our actions here
nccoidlng to the measure of that re
sponsibility. Again I say, farewell.
A. I). BARRETT.
How Lrrri.E T.axd wh.i, Kekt A
Cow. On the first day of June last I
commenced cutting clover tor one cow
confined in a yard inclosed by a high,
tight lioard fence, witli a stable at
tached iu which site had lieen fed. She
had no feed but fresliiy-cut clover from
the 1st of June to tlie 13th of October,-'
and all taken from one fourth of an
acre of ground. Site lias averaged
eighteen tpiaits of strained milk per
day, from which my wife has made
eight pounds of butter per week, dur
ing four and a half months. The cow
is five years old, and a cros of tlie
Ayrshire and Durham, She has given
more milk, more butter, aud of a bet
ter quality, than she lias done on pas
ture. Ori one eighth of an acre I have
raised one hundred and fifty bushels of
sugar beets and carrots, which, Kith
the two tons of hay, will keep her
handsomely the balance of the year.
Tlie labor of cutting tlie clover for tlie
cow is less than driving her three
fourths of a mile to pasture ; besides
tlie manure saved is quite an item. In
the dairy districts, the usual estimate
is four acres to the cow, on tlie hay
and pasture system, whereas, by soil
ing ainfraishig roots, five eighths of an
acre is found to lie sufficient. I will
state ftirther what I believe, freni
nearly thirty years' experience, is true,
that there is no crop so valuable for
soiling as clover, no crop so many
pounds of which, nnd of equal value of
milk and tatter, can be produced from
an acre of ground. Sweet-corn is li
good crop tor lute feeding, where clove r
will not grow, but not profitable for
winter feeding. Cor. Vermont Stan
dard. The South Caroliua Legislature
has enacted a law legitimizing '.ho
children of colored mothers by white
fathers, who held them as slaves.
2'he price of illuminating ga
has been reduced to $2 25 per 1,000
feet hi an Francisco.
The richest sugar planter in Cuba
has an income of $4,000,000 per
At S'aleui) Massachusetts, they
baptize converts on the stage of
Music Hall, arranging the scenery
so as to give the stage the appear
anco of a lake surrounded by trees.
Baptisms of this sort are surer to
take than the ordinary kind.