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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1872)
WITH SEW AND FAST
FOWEB ASO IIA
P R E S 8 E
Latest ami most I teslreble
TO CO FOR
When yon v.-ksh
iint why particularize, when it is gen
erally acknowledged that we are
When it come? under the bead of
To convince yourself of the truth of
the above statements yon have
only to call (or send a hand ac
companied hy throe stamps to
pay return postage) when
we will astonisli you with
the capacity of tho Reg
ister office for doing
( lOLOTtED or Plain
work, and the re
ited by (he
Corrallng the stamps for the Fame
when finished. When you have
"Mz" in our line, call. A hint to
the sufficient is wise, as
a Mind kick's horse, or
words to that effect
couuu,oic.1ju8i reuwvu uy ,
GEO. F. SETTLEMIER,
D HUG 01 ST,
Snoeossor t D. W. Wakefield I,
I'.n i KS.'s Xew lliii lit i ii First Ktreet,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC,
warranted pare, and of tin
prescriptions carefully com
Allmuv, (Jet. 17, IsSS-Gtf
Iff. M. HARVEY CO.,
LATE W. IF. M'KAKXANDA CO.,)
Opposite tlie lintels,
Force ami SAtX Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
house ri'itsisrasio hardware,
TlH, t'OJSptT S'.IMl
LARUECT STOCK IX THE VALLEY
Lowest Prices Every Time.
ItepnlriiiK Properly Done.
Jraiio Vines At.
rpiilC t'NDEItPruNKl) INVITES Till:
i attention of the public to hialargcand
in! otlier TREES
s bos In the stui,,
triibs, Plants, Cut
trawl i ri"s Roses
Also, OR A!
wllii h , ill lu1 sold
siock can IK) iitlnidod.
J. A. .Mil. I.. Mill.
W. H. KUHN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Di alers in
NtlELF AXI HEAVY
I I A JZ 13 W A. JZ 13 ,
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
IRON AND STEEL,
OAK ami ELM III US,
lllt'iltlli Y A OAK SPOKEN,
lien RIf"S, Klinfts, Pol OH, Ac.,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
AH of which ai"
Heat low rate,
a specialty, re i
houM in tills fit
now offered to the
An wt.mt.i o the bus;
an i, ml w ill keep a b
lower prices, tluui
$ W, n. KUBX 4 CO.,
jrnnt"Illi fireproof brick, First street.
Albany, June 14,187'Mlvl
-m 1 r. , 1 1 ' t ' t ' .
I J on band latest styles and for sale
s i wit -i
mt jfV ,. ".'3 i E
SM " S3 ti
low, at this ofticu.
Kurdcr In Albany
ASXKVEIt YKTIIKKX KNOWN.. VXD
no threatening of it ui present
Is n tliiiifr which sometime must liefnll
every mm and dnughterof the human bu
lly ; and yet,
At the Mltl-diiy,
(If your life. It disease lays bis vile hands
noon you, liiotw is -till "a bttllll in ilileiel."
by which von may lie restored to pertcvt
hi all h. anil prolong your days to a iiiiracn
By catting on
It. C. 13! IX ft SOX,
With n prescription, where yon can have
it compounded by one cxitcrfoncod in lliai
particular line. Also. eonstmitly on luuul
a (rood assortment of fresh druw, pnteni
medicines, chemicals, lmints, oils, dyo
suul's, trusses, etc. Agents for Iho
Celebrated ink Weed Kennedy,
Or, Oregon Rheumatic Cure; Dr. 1. Juync
iii sons' uicdtehies, ore,
Spence's Positive and Negative Powders
kept in stock. Alsoiigonis for the
Home Mmt He Ken lug MnChhte
one of tlie most useful ple es of household
iurniturc extant, fnllnml examine.
U.C. 1111.1. A SON.
Allmny, June 10, 7140V3
A. F. tllKKKV Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour ttnd Saw Mocllln
err, WOOD WORKING
And nil lands of
AX 2) BIU88 t'ASTIKOSi
Pfirtlculftrnttmition pnul tori'imirnur all
kinds of mochlncry. 4lva
C. D. SIMPSON
Have constantly on band a large and vari
ed assortment of
wblelitbev offer on tlie most reasonjUde
Also, on band I bo celebrated
Lighi and heavy.
Ailvnneen nimlr nn tiralis, Wool,
and Other approved mcrelmmlise eonsln
eil for nalo bore, or for shipment to Port
laud or Sun t'ranclseo.
GRAIN and WOOL
Taken la store, or purchased at the bi;,'b
eat market price.
WOOL ! WOOL S WOOL !
500,000 pound of Wool !
f or which we n i'l make liberal advances,
ami pay tiio highest market prli-o In cash.
Albany, March 15-28
SAX F'tAXCISCO AOKlCT'LT'f.
In Ike Field Again.
witii tbeoid itandn i
so popular with nil dRHIbruta Ourtnens
v illi nil the l it st imiirnv m uis mi l
iminv now ones tor i h Itam
nnl Wood's IinproTCf Niif-lliiko
These inat'Rinoti nn- IndlntntifoMy
Till: IUT IX tsik MoniiD.
An luin'cwfor, the VwHr imnrovMl
Vrlzi Mom r is confcsciedty witlioui uu
equal ypj Ix'tbrn the country. Then- inn
chtnea have lieen luiprovod Vlnce tint ln
tro'Iuce !, until tliry arc now ahnost
tir l.v ii new inni'Mii. 'l'licvnrc mailc
by Wulter A. Wmm1 (the In i vest maim
fattnier of Fnrnttng MachliHTj' in the
world a man who feoeiw lii with the
tlmeHtMnnd who now huiiils nnfl sells nvrr
tweuly-flre ttioimnntl of the Norld's
I'rjjse MowornannniiUy. Ii led tin world
at tlie I'aris Ksixisiiion, and has hnind no
. The ( oil's Improved Prlzo Mower Is
espwhllly telapted to Oreon. It has n
fitfldJiiff (or jointed) bur i i ; 1 1 hniul lev
er, two wbeelft. sprina sent, and Irtmnde
almost entlrelv of mtiiJeiille iron, hard
wood and Hleel. It is lienvjrntrouK'Uud
(turnlile ami (hough eomptiel ami iwwer
ful, bof lljchter drati than l he other inn-elitiii'-
of tHinftl weight. It Iseeryvny
jnKl tlie Ssower for Oregon, n every
tanner u UI su who law one. And i: price
(Jl.'Jn is (Voiri 9(3 to 125 lcs th:m Uakw1 for
an interior machine. I aimers, will you
pay thftl dflP 'fence; luvcs: iuatc before
vonbuA'f a ml see if you are getting liny
thin:r lor liiat rrd'o trjif for it t$ nrotft,
its no Mower costs niore to build than does
Wool's. Scud for iv I'atuphlet before buy
"Buy the Bert."
By Iho Woo(5' mrovtd Prize
Wo oflVr also the
from in to H feel cut, Imnroi ed by Walter
A, Woed, havlna not only nil the advant
a;;esof:lieold lliInolaiiiAclline,bu4 U'ood's
luiproi suiehta,aUdal!H) lIunne'H Adjust
B3rN0 oilier Header lias tln -c improve
mi'iits. and no other parties sell them.
They are ntade emiHelally for Lulu coast, by
Wood,at Hoosielt Fall, N. y.
The Kirnj 81
These ntachlncs aiti too well known to
nei'ddisirintlon. Als'ithe'-KlllltYCMP- I
PKIt MOWEB"- -prlco 75-tho elftiapoet
and for manv pitrposes the liest In the I
ALL SIZES rvV-"1
The Ih rAU yM U the nerfttotlon of the
Portable Kiujitto. As q Threhinf; Kogiae
they hae lonff led all others, until now
senreely nnv other is to ho tound.
Taken With the
Stet'ermlek'M Kenpee. .tones I'lotrs,
U'dboiik, lleiwlvr TroiSiN, Riwmelt
mvl Plane! Home I'owcru, IiSiij
Premeii, t'orku, Neytiiesi, Nuatbcs,
C'ultlvntom, &e., Ac, Ac.
Studobakcr Farm Wagons,
Ithuca Home Bakes,
a new loi of several car loaiis. iast recclv
ltd ; with also ovory ile-cniniou of
ami a frosll -lock of
novr, wiii,3, wikikg gocbs,
MILIiMSN'S e.nl t-V-r.K- .tr.' 3
MACYilNSr.Y & FIJTOIKGS.
nd forcireulai's And prices.
!AI WELL & CO.,
'' Mini rninclsco.
Ilea I ol f rout St. I
C. B. t'iii.'!t A Co., Agents
Important to Mereliants.
Ureiit Hi iliiclliiii in I'miili, si
CONSKQVEXCtS OF A DKCI.IXK IX
the price of stutars ibe nudersurned. 1
PorllaiKi enudy .imiiiifucfory,
have urn lea corrOTpondma rodnctlon in
the price of candles, amounting from '2 to
S ecus per pound.
All candles soul v us ore warranted lo
Iki uiftnufaelured from
lloill lc llclilieil S-nirnr.
A full assort men I of all kinds of mils j
constantly on band, nnd sold at a small ad- j
vance on San Kmncl-io prices.
Orders from Ibe country promptly at
tended to. AI.1SKV ft AtXlKLK,
No. 107 Flrst-St., opposite Postoflice,
nSliinl Portkiud, Oregon. I
IheTmakellieinosti'On pletesetof thresh- ;
ln' machinen In the world. '"The Itus
sell," os hnnrovcil, cannot lie wpialled in I
llie'couni: v. We are solo incuM for the
al lofthixccch lunlod thi'csliers.nnd have
liad llicm built cNprossly for tlilsenast. 1
Vsk nay Pirme.' who has a Itnssetl '1 liresh-,
ar, what he thinks of it.
Z-tT Sntwi-rllieiK tlndlna an Xnfterlbeir
Miiieiiani In tinned that t heir uuerrip Ion
rxplre with Unit nnmlicr.and they are b
vlti'd to n nen It. Terms M peejinnuni,
In lelvame: six mon.lls.f!; tlinv moiitbs,
HT Leiral tenders received at jmr fnmi
sulisi-riU'i-s In the lisicrn Slates.
The lt) Hint Wiin ot Itciiiiirkalilc.
Most boys who " get Into the iictvs-
paucr" are very reiuurkahle hoya.
Joe liad iiotlihig about his looks, or
netlou, or color liiat tiltntctwl ttto pap
tlculnr attention of anylxuly,
W'Ihhi he lir-i hreutlieil tlie vital air
he was simply a boy hub), with two
hands, two feet, two eves, two ell is
one mouth, ami One no-e. He did not
laugh, ami crow, and ail upright, as
young gi'lihuiM do in their boyhood,
bill be slept, and waked, and ate baby
loml. of course, and cried like any
When lie grew older there was no
uncommon tlL'Velopitieiita, except that
he was fat, and healthy, and heavy.
Nohotly congratulated the iiioUicron
pal dhgn tiitnre President, iiorapplaud
etl tl.e bilifht genius thai arkc(l hi
the bahv'.i eves. The gossiper looked
lVOIlderhigly at each oilier as (ha len
der mother waUhcd over her lathy
hoy. provided for Ills, comfort and
pressed hlin to her warm hoaom.
lie grew to boyhood hut lie was only
a common hoy. lie learned his A It
(' with ditlleolty, and was slow In
learning to read. His teacher thought
he never would "cot through the
multiplication table " Rut he never
When the boy.s went a flslllng .Too
went too, hut lie was slow in getting
his hook and line ready. The oilier
Iwya were on and In and around the
lake before his book was fairly sell led
in the water. "Two slow to move,"
tlie hoys would say. He'll sit there
expecting the flail to come to him."
It was even so ; he remained stationary
and fixed; but when night came some
how his basket was always full, while
many of the bright geniuses went
home with the Rnd intelligence that
the " fish wouldn't bite."
When he grew to he a man. the
bustling drive-ahcads laughed at hU
plodding; but by some means he sel
dom made a mistake, ami though he
did not seem to accomplish as much
in a week as many others did 111 a day,
yet at the end of the year there was
always something tangible In Ills re
sult while the work of those w ho
seemed (o utterly outstrip him at first
ended In demolished air castles.
Ue has passed the meridian of life.
Men eminent in the profession respect
his judgment. Business men coming
upon the stage of action long to learn
the secret of his success. The bank
leans upon him to curry it through the
trying crisis ; merchant' and manufac
turers lean upon him to save them from
bankruptcy. Steady, constant, and
hard study made him a scholar :
per everlng industry, accompanied
with economy, raised him to opulence;
close observation and deliberate reflec
tion cultivated a sound judgment, and
integrity secured lor htm the confi
dence of all who knew him. Chris
tian Atk'ic ":
A girl, young and pretty, and above
nil gifted with an air of admirable
CRtldor. lately presented herself before
ft Parisian lawyer
"Monsieur, i have come to cumuli
yon on a grave alfair. wa.nl you to
oblige a man I love, to marry me In
spite of himself. How shall I pro
wed?" The gentleman of the liar had, of
course, a sufllciently elastic conscience,
lie reflected ft moment, and then, be
ing sure that no one overheard him,
replied hesitatingly :
" Madamoisclle, according lo our
law, you always o.-si the means of
ioremg a man to marry you. You
nuis( remain on three occasions alone
with him ; you can then go before a
judge and w car that lie i- your lover."
"And Ihiit will sufttec. Monsieur?"
"'Yes. Madamoiselle, with one furth
Well . "
"Then, you will produce witnesses
who will make oath to having seen
yon remain a good quarter of an hour
With the individual said to have trifled
w iih your aflfcctlotis."
"Very well, Monsieur, I will retain
you as counsel In the management of
ihis affair. Good day."
A few days afterwards the young
lady returned. She was mysteriously
re .rived hy the In vye'r, who scarcely
gave her time to seat In r-elf, and ijues
Uoncd her with the most lively curi
osity, "Capital, capital ! "
"Per -even: in your design, madam
oiselle, hut the next lime yon come to
consult me, give me I he name of 1 lie
young man you are going to make so
nappy in spite of himself."
A lortnignt atn
lady knocked at tl
room. ,o sooner was
-he flung herself into a
saying, Hint Hie walk h.ui made ner
hrentnless. Her counsel tried to reas
sure her, made her inhale salts and
even proposed lo unloose In r garments.
It is useless, monsieur," she said.
" I am inttcli belli r."
Well, now tell me the name of the
Well, then, the fortunate mortal,
be it know ii to you, is yourself," -aid
the young beauty, bur-ting Into a
laugh. " I hive yon, ami l have rcen
heir Ihrcc time-'lele-a h ie With you.
anil my four witnesses ail' below.
ready and willh
to a magistrate
good sense not
most singular 1
adores his yomi
ig to accompany me
i gravely continued
thus caught had the
to get angry Tlie
id of all is that he
i Wife w ho makes a
mosl excellent hoit-i keeper.
A goose in Maine has produced an
egg a foot in ctrctiuifcretiee, and the
proprietor proposes to retire that goo le
The true Christian is like an ana
gram. Head him up or dow n, right
or left, and he always bears the name
ot his Master.
Traveling III Mberla.
Lovers of good sleighing can hosar-
t.A-.i . .1 .V.n t c;i ., ..,1 l,.,.-. ..
I-OITI lo me mo ill fTim-ii.i, miju o.nr t
range of thousands ot miles w ithout
fear of ft thaw or 61 lmrc ground. But
It is very cold, and one must wear
thick clothing to keep warm. I fro
uueutly saw the tliermoincler forty
degrees liclow zero, and sometimes it
gets below sixty. Kvcrything that
inn be frozen becomes solid. We car
ried some soup, finzcti into cakes like
small bricks, and we had a piece of
roast beef that looked and felt like red
The horses used to laconic white in
a short lime aomatter what tlieu origi
nal color Was; the hair round their
nostrcls usctl to be covered w ith fro-t
from their breath, and sometimes they
resembled the rows of sullies that
farmers put arouml ihe noses ol wean-
lug calves. In the cobles! morning
! there is generally a fog or frost-elml
j resting near the earth, from the freez
; lug and falling of all the watery parti
cles ol the atmosphere". In tlie coldest
! nights the -tars are very brilliant, and
! the brightest of them seem to burn
For my winter Journey I had a suit
! of clothing made from a pair of blank
ets, my fee) mj my ordinary
woolen socks then a pair of squirrel
skin socks, then some sheepskin stock
, ings liiat came lip to my knee, ami
then some boots of reindeer skin reaeh
! ing as high up as bonis could possibly
go. My leather boots I packed away
j in my sleigh, and had no use fur them
while 1 was traveling,
i outside of my ordinary clothing I
had a sheep-skin' coat. With the fur in-
side, and buttoned around me; and
outside of lilts 1 had ft deer-skin coat
; that lunched the ground when 1 stood
i erect, and was large enough ill-title for
I a man and a hoy. Its collar was u
foot wide. and. when turned up ill
; front, il completely concealed my head.
A Rksikdy i nn tub headache.
Dr. Warburton Begbie (Edinburgh
Medical .irnrae) advocates the use ot
turpentine in the severe headache to
w hich nervous and hysterical women
are subject. "There is, moreover,"
he says "another class of sufl'eres from
headache, and this Is composed of both
sexes, who may he relieved by turpen
tine. I refer to the frontal headache
which is most, apt to occur after pro
longed mental effort, but may likewise
lie Induced by unduly sustained physi
cal exertion : What may he Styled the
headache of a fatigued brain. A cup
of very strong tea often relieves this
form of headache, but this remedy,
With not a few. is perilous, for bring
ing relief from pain, it may produce
general restlessness, and. worsl of all.
banish sleep. Turpentine, in dosesof
20 or .'((I minimis, given at intervals of
an hour or tw o, will not only remove
the headache, but produce In ft won
derful manner that soothing influence
to which reference has already been
A Western editor, dining the late
frozen period, thus accounts forj the
dearth of local news in his paper :
"Our reporter started out this after
noon in search of local Items, After
an unusually long absence he returned;
but, alas! lu a most deplorable cuidi
llon frozen stiff asa poker and miniui
I one ear. We stood mm up against
j the wall behind the stove, and ordered
the 'devil' to pile on llie fuel, We
Anally succeeded in prying his mouth
I open with the ;is -hovel, when n
dozen or so of word- fell out upon thfl
floor and broke Into pieces. We set
the -dciil" al work pulling Ihe pieces
toe ether, and lie ltnally reprrted tlm
following as the result of bis labor:
'Coldesl day of the season; everything
froze slid'; saloon keeper- selling hot
W IllsklcS by the stick.-'
A certain American physician nam
ed Strong, re-iding at, Marseilles,
France, is said to be making a reputa
tion as a worker of wonderful cures,
lie gives nothing to his patients but
pure water, which he magnetizes by a
few passes ot Ids hand; ani1.lt Is said
to Ixmi curious sight to w itness hun
dreds of persons of nil conditions wait
log their turn al his door, each with n
or decaliter of water. The
who call daily upon Mr.
ire estimated at an average of
ndred. The papers speak of
ir's i ll'trlty to people, but do
a how much ofll fortune he !
The Aiicnc i;
stmcted India mbb
Mr. Octavo Pnvy p:
the Arctic water-.
Xorth Pole, is coin
ft. The Alaska
h genlonsly eon
r rait, on width
ipxiscs to travel In
hi search of ilf
lipo i d of four kccl-I'a-tcncd
sleu slats, to which
the deck's by W
the necessary m
ami I'lggiiig are
attached. It wa i
venter as a life boa
vessels ued In cose
wreck. It Is so small
very little room in
i the -ev
ins m a nam
itch n raft
he Ctipsll d
rest stoi in.
and w ill float in
Ii u ill carry about
! ln.niiii nnunds of freight besiue
crew. ('apt. Mikes, who accompanies
Mr. Pnvy, lifts crossed the Atlantic in
fourteen days on the same raft."
COit ol'aboiit i
let s erected a
rational Church tit Ft.
reeeni ly completed at a
ilititX), was burned on
The next day lOcarpen
hnlldlng 32x60 feet, in
which services were he'd on the irih.
On the l sih the pastor received thte
telegram: "Coiigi'egational Chtircu,
Lawrence, to Congregational Church
Ft. Scott, greeting nutl $000!"
A Connecticut reporter says a hoy
swallowed three niftrbelsaiid four 1 ul
lets ifcently, and being somewhat of
a bony structure, is now Utilized by
Ibe neighbors, w ho borrow him as a
rattle-box to amuse their babes, and
Tlie brightest crowns that are worn
in heaven have been tried, and smelted,
and polished, and glorified through
the furnace of tribulation.
Every process in nature is t lie going
forth of the Kverlast'mg on his message
ot love, and any event in our experi
ence Is a message of love fulfilled.