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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1872)
. H. OMriitl PRprr for Or"-
FRIDAY, .11' NK M, 1873.
Republican Ticket for 1WJ
U. S. GRANT.
FOR VIC E PBKRlDEJITi
it MKAOH.VM.nt 1'inatHta ootmty.
W l UAftK, of WwritlnKton eonnty.
j. f. UA2LKT, of i iuglas county.
Some of our Democratic coteropo.
raries have become extremely sensi
tive ami chivalric on tlie poiut of
of tin1 nation.
Their criticisms on the management
of the Washington Treaty would
indicate the keenest sensibility upon
this point The nation has been dis
honored, say they, degraded,
brought into everlasting disgrace by
had management and cowardice.
The American Eagle has drooped
and wilted before the English Lion
they assert, in substance, and there
fore a blush of indignant shame and
sorrow and disgust mantles their
susceptible cheeks. If there were
any well-grounded reasons for this
feeling, and they were sincere in it.
not a word of disapproval would fall
from our pen ; but good reasons are
not furnished them, and even if
they were, too short a time has
elapsed since they were granting
their most ardent sympathies, if not
actually participating, in the at
tempt not only to dishonor the old
flag, but to 'destroy the very exist
ence of the Government, for us to
have any confidence in their preten
tions. The country has not for
gotten how these very fellows, who
now assume to be so extremely sen
sitive and nice about guarding the
national honor, rejoiced and gloated
over the victories gained, and the
destruction wrought to American
commerce and to American life, by
the Alabama and other English-
in on.i-moninvl mtu lucre, during !
. . i
. ... ..:..!. r.l '
in mne lion, w men iuu.tv.iu v.
the Iws of neutrality originated the
asiiuiuw-i j j
n,l,4liotted In- svniDathv the very .
7 ,, .1 ti.n 'IVnoi..
ft?ts wn.cn iwu.u u.v ........ ,
Is it probable tliat these oomplaJn-
'Lt TVmoerats so reckless of the !
ing Lemotrais, R -'-
countrv's "honor and very exist-;
m cc then can be anv more sensitive 1
ei.ct ur.ii, w . . i
to the good name and reputation ot j
the nation now, than the party
me wuyu , . '
which thwarted their evil acHgtn
iimn'j Thp nartv that I
maintained the "honor" of the
country then, will not willingly im
imiril its reputation or safety now.
While an earnest desire to maintain
at.J ierietiiate peace U the motto
ami aim of the Republican parly,
,l,;c will never he urL'Ctl at
Hi... ..... .j
the expense of the notional honor. ;
Never. We think, however, the j
anxiety shown by these 1 hraocratic i
journalists in this direction now, is j
only apparent. Their real concern i
.... I m, i., ,un nfi
ts 10 1IHU ruiiiLUjii.i; ii. v.
which to injure tl.c Republican
The Salem Mercury remarks that
Ea says that tlie MWf. last
Moiiday got away with ererything
the Democrats had except their
honor, ami that they woul.l have
had this also il they had any use
for the article.
The Era is riirlrt about the use-
, . . I
leesni ss of Democratic noiior to
. .1.,. ln,1- Tl.n l.'oiml.lu'nns
iu in.. ii.i...-. . .v ..,"-.....
fflve too hi'di a regard tor their own
virtue and self-respect, as as well too !
. t e ii
shrewd an appreciation of good pol-!
icy, to inoculate themselves wun
, .ol .illn nitn r,t tl.n lOOl ( if-m'V.
" " - ' '
miscalled "honor," which has re-
to to v
suited so cftectna'lv in both weak- aim goei ciypnimy ro wor. wmmiio.
ening ml disgracing that organiai-1 , ,., tf v,rv thlJ rear j A queer old gentleman being asked
tion. lien the Itepnldican party i ..pr(),mMy becanse the long wmter iwhat be wished for dinner, replied,
wants to sicken and die, or, as j,as killed the vines," suggested 3rr. I "An appetite, good rompany, sonic
l'omeroy expresses it of the Democ- Greeley. j ,ilinS to tar-" napkin." "
!AMaEl!i TlK,cens.,itlssitid,emlcesseT-: Horace OreeleAm there will be no
the devil, no more effectual course mllon of omen, rrpoii I doughnut crop tl.is fall. He says the
oould be pursued than to adopt and wHch a cotemporary asks, ' '; lio cold JIarcb weather killed the buds on
practice Democratic honor. ! wouldn't be a census." j all the dough trees.
ltron Hn Hit It.
Our aUfcrtfAi Democrat in
is cogitations on " liv we AiJii t j
liis rooitatiniis on " Whv we didn't i
. . ... " . .
carry the election J unravels mm- j
self oft long skein of very profound
. , ,', : , r,.;i0
wisilom. Brown, In his editorials, I
does not always favor his readers j
with the clxMCest production, or K,,,, n;01i;ii. i ,i, .,,.
rather conceptions, of his exceed-j Inwl to girt it a trial the first jipr
, ,. rn. . tuultv. n the ltli of Deeenilier,
mgly prohtie brain, there : ,v,,, ,,,,,,.,1 to vWt a .iiil.l
.'oikI policy in this, possible. Should ! near two years of njto, laboring uuilor
. .' v. i ..!..., small-iKix, tlte papules being first ol
gmrt profrntdtty eharaetcriwj everj . M,n.J h. ,m m : ,..,, ,,,
production, its frequency would soon ' days previous to my first visit. I ih-t
. I gave h dose of calomel ami rhubarb
render it common-place, imrt its m- , jpgg ,..lemtelyon her
Ibience would thus be measurably bowels; then nfU;r obtaining the sane
. . , .. , ,. ,i , tioii of her parents, I put; one-quarter
destroyed, bo, guarding well this of n . al.t WCJQ vlnH
avenue to his reputation, ho eovly j into sixteen teaspoonftlls of water, di
,. . ... . , i ,i'' ivctid one teaspoonfu.1 to be given
waits the Btting moment, and tben tvery t)m, Umi 0n lho .,w thlvc
bnrsts into a sunbeam of refnkont ilays alter commencing Hie remedy,
... , '. I tlh'pu-lnleshadashriveledappearaniv,
astuteness, and Ins readers, awe- lmtm days from my first
struck and speechles, can only con- visit, the pustules were so eomphtely
, . , t1 aiiatnl mm I coiisiuereti ni Kiuri.i
jecture how any crantnm can hold 0t of j.,,,,,. mi ,, yUhinK ner.
so nutch ami live. Tlie reason All the mwlieine thU child took in ad
... ... . , .1 , 1 dition to tliealiove was some mild laxa-
which our neighbor gives why the jV(, mry Hl,n, d.,v wleI m.a.,.,,y.
Democracy did not train the late From the number of pustules on this
, . ' . . . . , , Ichild .not prntecled hv WWeilllltloil) I
election, may not inappropriately be t , ,,, , wouM ,.IV1. Nl. ,,
reearded as one of the sanest con- j
elusions of his profonndcr mooi.s. ttgthoaboveeajelhadanoppor
Solomon could not have Eiiswcnxl i tUnlty of examing her. and could not
... . .1 n
more readily or pertineutly. the.
reason he trives is this : " That thr
enemy ubh to poll thi ijreat-
M )ii)i)fx)' itf' tot'!
,, . . , i
could anything be move wise and
unique ? We remember of but one
, ,-, , , ...
remark which struck our ailmira-
tion with equal pertinency. It was
ii i , , u,a.n.
made by a Democrat in "Nicker -
that a 1
He very sagelv remarked,
,' .; .,'.. .....o -i.
aimJ w'ls al
wavs .!. ...." Brown has in-
deed struck the "Eureka," and the
hoct.nfit is "fliul hp still lives. '
Brick Pomoroy, gives vent to his
raving:- in the following manner '
took (U thc Democrat of tlie United
A pack of fbola !
A cdiffireaatioii of eowarth under
tlie lead of thieves :
Three million- ol
men afraid to
Annrir.cycf men wlthont a leader
a mob wttlKWlt a head a liot w ith
out a nam-,' or idea !
Where are tlie cantata; the general
ers the orgauuiera of tlie
Ailnea drank. -tuansr or inakin-r
bargniru with political eneniles! i Know w hy she couldn't U. a young ;
Where : ; the Nattonal Democmtie man had peen calling on her for sever
j committee, with a life-giving address, j al months, and he hadn't popped the
I and counsel, and help, at each State I dellcato question or made sign, sl e !
campaign f coucliided to bring liiiu up with a
. Sleeping with August acimont s
ilii.'- .r lmrsea : suektiiff oim frofil the
. r . : . . . ...... . .. i ...... , .. .. i
intii.iinnivi, III IK B1II1C. ..r II V llT
: r ..p
gew-'aw in- tnoir mistresses wun
mm;.v , ;,v tii(., -,.., iy little
harga'ins with tha Ailniinlstratioii?
When is the working head ttie
,,,.. . ;, a, rHwuilerthc Chiitr-
man nf tlie National Kxeeutive Com-
- - - . f thp
rjuitod totes f
Buying and selling Wood I Dealing
In bonds Cutting coupoua from the
twetity-Riglit: millions or dollars' worth
of United States paper he holds for
, ; ,. i i k rn,m masters, who
Jo(,k ,,.,., mr rn jhclrs! jt0 Is
working aratast tl IXmoeraftc party.
jje i, paying tuonuv to secure aud in-
. rc ., ... ... ..... . .. - if,. UM -
liur other Democrats make neonaj he-
I heve time 0
etorlea can DC
f planned and
' won by tnt
: than by w
I well conth
..1 lutei! the
it U but a 1 lav. ttlmli
uhlftfoss ir-asa of Cowanllce .nfrtttd to
move, to sp ..'.!;. to net, to say, to do,
to plan, to think, to organize, to fight
: fn' ..,",. i.i-.tl. -1 n.iiii.t .ii ifi".Kria till.
most damnable ever Inflicted upon a
o ploek !
JJ 'ih'n 1
N'o disposition to dare !
No care for the I re!
Xo wi-h to lull) the people out ofl
i ... .1... ..:.i. .....l .11 t
slavery to the rloli and dwhonest
ah addresses .
No help or stii-tinn to thoM who
are trying slngje-handetl to cany
State- against a centralized power rot
ten in tvrrtipHoh .'
Xo sending able and elo'i'tent men
from State to State to talk to the ieo
ple infiHe lift and to help win victories
for Democracy I
o cure on the nart of the National
Committee whether Democrats win or
No mumbie of :i National Conven-
tion. but all but twtj of the National
Coinmitte working1 and sncndiiiir
motiey against one!
X .. ..Til.. . ........ !,.. .. , ' . . ... r, ,l-n
a u huu( uiiini uk w u.o
.j.. Ut C0IIIC iK,av out, j defence of
tlieir lilinellili s
io enererv :
y couvxmtioii. therefore
No work, therefore
No victory for Ih;inoerat in
Tti. r.,.. 1 iiiiln-'rv is ;i iv:ivs rewn'.JfKl
No young man neeti c-mpiam 01 ne-
ing kept poor if he rtDs up hi sleeves
IfotM TrralMMtit of KbmIM'ox.
attention to an article from tlie pen of
M t 1 II f k .. I.,..l.. I .vi'. .
attention to an article from tin? I
n IjhiiUI. H. Ik. of Porta Alsm
VMUM hl AmHem .,
j SMwtf aw.w.-, of date Ovtober,
1-tf". In which lie advocates the intern-
, .1(,inilli1,ltU)11 ViKvine. i)r.
Taylor then proceeds :
if..:.... i. ........ ......1 u-irli th., Ii1..!i tlinl
serious if not a fatal case under any
... ................ Fl', vim Yi ttfri.p
lui'i a u or mam o ipw.
siK.;, t!u, foregoing case, similar
hwatmmit. nil tlilTctlilicrent OCCJlsioil!
has been attended with like satWao
tarv iwnlts. 1 do not SHlioose any
i injiirions effect would follow much
lapn-r doses, ami ny ooserving u'
J,, i,t.hvt,.M nrge Bud small
; doses In the rapidity of recovering, we
couid soon determine the quantity best
5apted, binary cases. I think the
i remedy should lie resorted to as soon
as possible In the disease. One person
1 ..,..... .,. .,,.iml vlma )V U1V
directions assured me that where tlie
1 vims -as given in the fever before the
nostolfis anneared thev never dcvelop-
! 'l':;;!?'!!!:': 6
Iinvo n aimi nrtiele. to mix onlv so
mucti at one,
;il iast one or two
j days and keep it in a cool place, to
prevent it from neconung ptiirm ana
An Oresoii leap Year Iiirhli'ut.
We ell-know that during leap year
ifiiiiMpninv certain oriviTeires which
n not veiiehi'fl to them at othcrlime.-.
)ji:t very lew of tlie dear creatures ever i
pluck up the necessary courage to use
the "rights" guaranteed, we, how-
ever, have been luformed of a case:
..-l.'iMi nmirnvl ill llii- tAWO a flUV dfla
nio where an ethereal damsel of Wash-!
i ItMon county, grasped her ptivltegc
with a vigor ami went to worKde-
; t.-rniiupd to lie a married woman, ur
round turn. maKiiig an tilings reaoy,
i nh informed the voung man slio Was ;
m, in' to Vl-lf o r t a I "II lill-llll' nun
, p.. ... , ,.
R-nnlil he verv irlail to have hint ac
company hr r. Of course his modesiy
forbade bira to decline the invita
tion, and on the cars tl'o two came to
Lowe. After their arrival at tue -i.
IClinrles. tliev then Weill to
. . .-. ,,, votm(tl)t(lv
the court house and enquired 'or the
Clerk's office) which was shown her.
Entering the offieo she caught dglil of
i "je .Ws" the altable and aecommodat-
j ing deputy who advanced to th in-
tp? and nddressinnr the v'ouns acutle-
I man asked if he desired anytliln
-:;0 .1 float want nothiuy'
Igness she does. Just come alonj
1 h-.r. mid I'm doggon'd cfl knov,
'veeuis ' turneii to ine yonnff inuy,
whom he nMresed In ids Mamlesl
tones, and desired to know what he
could do for her.
'whr, I wont ii marriage liecnc,
to ! sure. For wbat else docs ayoun t
v.-oir.an eon:c new f
Thoqnei'tion ;isk.u in n.'Ln:-ji wrs
one that tlJ!eems" did not answer, rani
he Immediately sot about preparing to
supply the fair visitor with the desired
"What is the name ot the bride
groom f" asked ".Jeems," pen in
"Come John, speak npand tell your
name to tl"' Rentfeman."
Whv I don't want to get married,
and I don't wiiiii lo eet no Itceipel"
replied John while hwfaceblan
ii ... .,.ii,.v
Iter, i on iiiiv
l -li:iw . i imi-m,
been courting me Ibrncarry a yearanil
Its got to eiiu sooner '' lateri bnd "
isn't worthwhile Watting,; go tell the
gentleman your name, that's a good
.Iwhn finally blurted out his name
like a frightened schooVboy, ami In a
twinkling It. was written 1h tin: iieense,
wlllen Was duly sealed a-:d handed
ovor to the fair one. who Mid the fee.
j and taking her liri
;led by the hand
she led iiim away,
where a minister eould be found.
I Foul hearts alorio hariior foul snsiil-
. i r .. ., ... ...I...,
I C10I1S, anil laney oiiiei.-. hi no muit
i.v knov- thev mijiht become theiu-
The ;.drl must have lieen somewhat
excited when she pulled Iter beau's
nose, kis sd the hell-pull, and sweetly
aid good night
Value 'he fiiendshin ot him who
j etamis ny you m a; s.cim; warn
of Insects will surround yon lull
standi by you in tlie storm.; swarms
M" O 3ST 33 "ST. w
W S3 A la T E3C
l'.Y BUVKG Vol 11
BOOTS & SHOES.
-nrj j c
ALMOST AXmrlXO VOW MAY LIVE
OCCASION TO USE,
UNDER OKE ROOF.
WILL FISD, AS HERETOFORE,
HwmE ipr mr. svim nnir.n,
JLt all TiMCiosa,
A Uooil Assortment of the
LOWEST PRICES !
Merchantable Produce !
A. WHEEI EB.
Shodd, Oregon, April 5, 18TC41
4 S Tltr. HlfiHKST MfAMEST MICK
i will Ik' M for
W 0 0 L ,
toilVerwlat siikhh dnrinje "the stwon.
Pmnrletnn I Manuniel
n v r j t e r. ' s
Received thfl Eirloma r.t thfl State
Tair of 1C71-
PRICK BKtlCl'Kn TO
These Mnrhlnps are wnrmntccl m-wlnn-tlHlly
made, unit uiv not n l n:-.i "i
i in eleutiinu Wheiit ftir sentt, iiml air f inal
I iy as inxi I for rli anlK I ill-.
' ' s uit in yoornntensaml we ill warmnl
I mtlsflM'tiori. A'lttrejis
; ItolMi:-. WOOIKXX K .V CO.,
Junction citv, i ic.
! Jan, m, 1873-21ui3
i.n'sTorKNKn irrs vew i;
!w;l ll.lfi'im in, ml ;
mi Huppiy of fresh
Kr Cult ami tee i
1 1. oroAtkera, e.
r. A VIES
ll Mi-s SI,
mid for jfanm
. fnr Smiths
Win .U r. al
r L I . . I.
AMi AFTEB PATE
at notlw, tin' Coin) imy
nut from Alliany to i n
of r.acli Week,
rtlrnid uni! IliteTmedlfttfl ntaceti oi
day;., leaving CoairtofS Co."
Faia at Rednced riatc3.
J. D. BI5.ES,
Dots. 16, 1871-M
Ml w MhrMnm,
Kill j.-.i-t nl UtO
m L i' nt tiir st.
for paMNHMjfon or
Pa.l I uiul li-.li
ilrlh I'l l' 1 lit lull' III!.
trmtod tome will hoproinpflyiiltended lo.
W. Ii'. UONACA.
Lrlinnoii, roll. IB, 'JiMU I
r.y fllOICE WHITE
riALL AT THE RES1DKKCE OF Til!
mile loath of aiim-
MABTIM LI I'LII.
HAVlsi; pmCHASEI) THE INTER
Ottof ). W. Vonnn in the
iiml nil klnii.i of
.ii'iit with qni''k dto-
for 1 1"
il thr i'lt
. (sar iiofc
tfAY I I
y. . i
WKET I'i '!' ATI IKS, r I
18 1IAISEY, OREGON. v4
I fS; ' - ' I r
i ." . .. ' -jMJii
WBOltSALE AID RETAIL
CORK KB FIRST BROAD A I . I UX-STS. ,
rf.VVE ALAVAV8 IX STORE A FTLL
lUIJHUlil t-ilIiJuV ill
Tobacco ti Cigars,
Which I will soil for .
lowdtt, or (xtcchaturo for
-ii an low us tli
il kinUs of luur-
KcoclvcU and In store a large Quantity of
i whtob 1 will sell cheaper than oter iieforo
olforeU in luis market.
v I rxti'iiii il gonoral in vitation toalllj
;vi"oiii. In ili and C'lJolnlnitM
trroanttos, ti.cnll una sam-J9
t,"Min' . 1 1 in I i 1 : : ... I priouHJg
k. of (rooda, a-, i f.vl.if-3
pfconfldonl of nn'?,K)
Tnl ilitv tKlv:;-.3
l. v nj3
A. C. LAYTOX.
General Repair Shop.
cn iTAViyo re-
and taken liis old
,,oi i ii una Sacond
'eadlauiw lo nttcii'1
. MILL & MACHINE
Ai-o. lms on hand and tor wUo, the
array cr c orcc-ieca
nd other PLOWS,
rntuin' mil snii
i. Ail Ire k WOOD'S KE-IPEH &. RIOWEH,
unnv i'i f'K. S
i wliirli ll.. VIM
i'i! on the nii't nasonablo
i H0S8B SHOBIMO-.AUroan4,$2
IVE ME A CALL.
All trork pntnwtcd n
1 prawipl luti nl i hi. nod In
, lie t Kv..-iiil: wanner, wl
: A liareof iiiibllo potroni
me wilt receive
i scented in thu
ii ir.nn! niatei'iftt
't is solicited.
i nrlli and Second
F. Win il.
i'i. opposite I'i.-
Lard OH a Soap
rrrra pnmcbwoned haviko cpm-
1 hletedanil inil in Kood ronmns ei"''r
Lard Oil and Soap Maunfaclory,
felty of Atlmny, a
nttliolilgbi si hi
ill mil nil I'"'
Hogs, Rnmi lieilter, So;p
delivered to them In thl i city.
TTieynro now tnwinnwturlnj ftnd )e;
Fancy Toilet aM Common Soaps,
in pmi nrWkf, ynrmntod egwl J" J;;;
Ik'mI In market, vhivh tiny ransr 10 ,u"
orf&cttsa of any kind, lor mile, will do wUl
tOpflVflllSBeBll. - .,x.,,ann
Nov. 11, 1871-10V4