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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1872)
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER AXD liWO
V 11 E S 8 E 8,
LaW and moat Desirable
TO GO FOR
When you wish
nut why particularize, when It Is gen
erally acknowledged tliat we are
When It comes under the hed of
It convince yourself of the troth of
the above statements, you liavc
nly to call (or send a hand atv
companicd hy three stamps to
pay return postago) when
we will astonish you with
the capacity of the Rr.o
istek office for doing
Colored or Plain
work, and the re
ited by the
Oorrallng the stamps for tbe same
wlien finished. When you have
"biz" In our line, call. A hint to
the sufficient Is wise as
a blind kick's horse, or
words to that effect.
YSTKIIS, 8AHIIINES, RED HKRKINli,
etc., Jnst received by
EO. F. SETTLE 3IIER,
Sttooctfmr to D.W. Wakefield),
I'nrriMh'M Son i;tl,tlnK, t'lrsl Street,
I 'enter In
DRUGS AND JtElICINE,S.
PAINTS, OILS GLASS, 1CTC.
All articles mirrantel pure, nnd of the
I'ltvsicfotis firesrrrfifVms mrefnllv Com
poundcil. Allwn.v. Oct. 17, ) SOS-MI'
51. JI. HARVEY & CO.,
(l.ATK W. 0. MTARLAXD ft CO.,)
Opposite tbe hotels,
Force and Lift Pump,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
not m: ri nxiviuxu hardware,
Tin, Copper nnd Sicct IrOn
l.ARI.KST STM K IS Till; VAI.IJEY
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Rcpnlrlnf; Properly Done. 40v
Fruit Trees, Crape Vine, A t
TMiK. i'xni:iisiiixi:i) invites the
X attention of the public to bis large mid
complete mock oi
nnd other TREES.
Also, tiRAPK VI ES -best in the State
Oniunientnl Trees. Shrubs, l'ltints. t'ur
nmts. UooselH'rrii s. Stiiuvlierries. Ibises.
Dahlias and llulli! , which will lie sold lis
low as tirsr-eiass siock can lie nitonien.
Nov. iJ-Uvl J. A. MILLAHI)
W. H. KTJHN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
NHiar asi hi: aw
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
IRON AND STEEL,
OAK and EI.M 111 Its,
HICKORY & OAK RPOKEN,
Bent Kim, Nlmftn, Vole, dee.,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
All of which are now offered to the nub
ile at low rates. As we miiko the business
a sneclultv, we can and will keen a better
assortment, in lower prices, man any
House in wis city.
W. a KI IIN & CO.,
Hontettb lire-proof briek, First street.
Albany, Juno 14, 187441vi
BLANK HEEDS, MOKTftAwKP, KTi;.,
on bund -latent Btyles- ond for sale
iow, at this office.
Murder In Albany
nASXKVKH YKTI1EKN KNOWN, AMI
no Ihrentcninjf of it nt piw n I.
Is a tiling which sometime must ls-fnll
every Mm mid daughter of the huunui tinn
ily ; nnd jet,
At the Mid-day,
of your life. It tliscssc toys his vile hands
ill kii yon, Micro 1M 9t tit -1i mini in l.ileii l,
by which toii may he restored to prrfoet
hcnlth, mill prolong vonr dajstou minicu
l!y milium rn
k. . hill & my,
Willi n prescription, where you rait have
it mmponmta by one experienced in thai
niirllclllur line. Also, coimtiintlv on bund
n (rood n--irtnicnt of fresh dnujs, intent
! ni-.'dtctncs. ehi'iiitutN. lwlnts. ntls. Ovi
st MR trusses, etc. Amenta for the.
Ctttebrntc I'uk Weed Itemed-,
or, Oregon ltbeninaMc Core; Dr. t). Jtivne
& Sons' medicines, etc.
Sponce's I'osltive unit Negative Fowdors
kepi in stock. AIM agents Bribe
Home Hlnitlle Sewing Machine,
One of the most useful piece of household
furniture t'Muut. Call and examine,
it. c. mix ft sux.
Albany, June in, 7l-mv3
31 a c h i n e S 1 o j ,
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
MauuTadurcs Steam Engines,
Flour nnd Saw Mill Mueliin
erj, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IRON AND IIK.VSS eASTIMW.
Partlculnr atteul ion jiaid to reiiairinft all
kinilsof niaelilnery. 41v3
c. n. sinrsoN
navo oonstantlv on hand a larjro and vari
ed assortment of
which they offer on the most reasonable.
Also, on hand the celebrated
Light and heavy.
Advance made on tirnln. Wool,
and other approved merchandise consign
ed for sale here, or for shipment to Port
land or Sun Francisco.
GRAIN and WOOL
Taken In store, or purchased at the high
est, mantet price.
WOOL ! WOOL ! WOOL !
500,000 pound of Wool !
For which we will make liberal advances,
and pay the highest market price In cosh.
SAN FRANCISCO- AORICULT't.
In the Field Again.
so ponoW with nil California farmers, I
with nil the latrl luinrovcinenU. and
u inny new ones
lor the harvest ot 7i.
taut Wood' Iniprnvi'd Sell'-llitlie
These ninchinesmT iiulisnulably
THE REST IX THE WORLD.
Asa linrvesicr. lite Wood's Imnrovcd
Prim Jlower Is confessedly without an
c(iml yet iHifote the coitnliy. Tbcse inu-
ciiines'itave been hnpTOvotl since tirst in
tioilini'il, until they ate now almost n
tiriiy a new inachiue. They are made
by nailer A. Wood (the largest mmni
faoturer of Fanning Machinery in the
world)-a man who keeps "tip with the
limes," and who now builds and sells over
twcuty-fivi' IStoiiNand of the World's
Prize Mowers annually. 11 led the world
ut the Paris Exposition, and has loiind no
The Wood" Improved Prize Mower is
especially adapted to Oregon. It has a
foldiiiii or oiiited! liar wiih linnd lev
er, two iie Is, sprint; scut. ami is made
almost entirely of malleable iron, hard
wood and KleVl. II is heavy, strong and
durable, and though compact and power
ful, isof lighter draft than the other ma
chines of equal weight. II is every way
fust the Slower for Oregon, as every
fti-nier will sav ho has one. And its price
is from $i to ;.' less than Isaskedfor
an Inferior machine. Fanners, will J'Ott
pay ihat ditKwenoo? Investigate before
vo i buy, nnd see if you are gelling any
tlilngliirlhatctmproff; for it i profit,
as no Mower costs mor to build ilinn din's
Wood's. Bend for a pamphtel before toy
ing, "Buy tlie Bet."
Rn' the Wood's Improved Price
We offer also the
GENUINE HAINE'S HEADERS,
from 10 to 13 feet cut, Improved by Walter
A. Wood, having not only nil the ailvant
agesoftneold Illinois ntnehine, but Wood's
ininrovoments, and also Donne' Adjnwi
fejj'No other Header has these Improve
ments, and no other )trlies sell them.
They are made csiieeliillv for this coast, by
Wood, at Hotrttok Fall, S. V.
The Kiriiy Self-Rnkc Renper
These machines are too well known to
needdesVirlntlon. Also tbe 'KIItlSYCl.lP
PKK MOWKlt"- price 7-the ehcopest
and for many purposes the best in the
'The llcadlev" is the perfection of the
Portable: Knglne. As a Threshing Knglne
they have long led all others, until now
scarcely any oilier is to be found.
Taken with the
t boy niako the most eoaipleto set of thresh
ing machinery in the world. "The ltns
seny'ns improved, cannot lie equalled in
tlie country. We are sole azonts for the
sale of them celebrated thresliers.and have
had them built expressly for tills (tout,
Ask imv fanner who lias a Ilussell Thresh
er, what he thinks of it.
Mccormick's Benicr, Jone" Plows.
Wncons, Header TriM-Iis, Ilussell
nnF IMnnct Horse Powers, Hay
Presses, Forks, Neythes, tumllies,
CilHIvniors, Ac, Ac., Ac.
Studcbakcr Farm Wngoiis,
ltlmea Horse Rakes,
A new lot of several car loads, lust receiv
ed : with also every description of
anda fresh slock of
HOPE, NAILS. MINING GOODS,
MILLmEN'S and FARMER'S
MACHINERY & FINDINGS.
KTPIeasc send for circulars and prices.
TKEADWELL & CO.,
Market, 1 - - - -
Head of Front St. f "
C. IS. Conistock&Co., Agents,
Important to merchants.
Ureal Redaction In i undies 1
IS CONSKQUKNCK OF A DECLINE IN
the price of sugars tlie undersigned,
proprietors of the
Portland t'nndy Mnnnntetory,
have made a eorresisinditiK reduction in
tlin price of candles, amounting from i to
5 cents per pound.
All canines sold ny us aro warranted to
be manufactured from
Double ReOned Nnunr.
A full assortment of all kinds of mils
constantly on baud, and sold at a small ad
vance on San Francisco prices.
Orders from tbo country promptly at
tended to. A1.ISKV Jt HKOKt.f:.
No. 107 Flrst-St., Opposite Postoftiee,
n38ml I'ortliuid, Oregon.
C- Siilwri'x rs fimlf nit an X arter t lwlr
miiui'sure Inlbnnod that IheirsnlisiTiption
expires wiih lluil nnmlier.and tln' an' In
vited to niiciv it. Terms (Ipernnnnin,
In advance; six nionihs,!; three months,
"feiT UftTal tenders rcceiviil t par from
suliscriliei In the KtHlcin Stales.
At an Episcopal convention, a
dittiku on uiiuperance brxwglit
tip tlic "wine qnertion." A part of
the cictsiy advocated its entire dis
use, ami a part touk the other ride.
At lengili an influential clergyman
arose ami nnplc a vehement argu
ment in favor of wine, (leiionncnig
the radical rofonneni fur attempt
ing to banish this token of hosjiital
ity Irom '.ise. When he had restuti
eil his scat, a layman, tivmliling
with emotion, rose and asked if it
were allowed tor him to speak. The
ehair having signified that he would
lie listened to, he sttid :
".Mr. Moderator, it is not my pur
jsise, in rising, to answer fhe learn
ed argument you have just listened
to. My object is more humble, and
1 hope more practical. 1 once knew
a father in moderate circumstance1,
who was at nttieh iwonvenieuee to
educate a beloved son at college.
Mere this son liecame dissipated,
but after he had graduated and re
turned to his father, the influence
of home, acting Upon a generous na
ture, actually reformed him. 7'hc
father was overjoyed at the pros.
K'ft that his cherished hopes of
other days were still to be realized,
Several years passed, when the
young man having completed his
professional study, and being about
to leave his father, to establish him
self in business, he was invited to
dine with a neighboring clergyman
distinguished for hospitality and so
At this dinger, wine was intro
duced and offered to this young
man, he refused; pressed upon him,
and again refused. 7'his was re
peated, and the young man was
ridiculed for his singular abstinence.
7'he young man was strong
enough to overcome apetite ; but
he could not resist ridicule. Ho
drank, and fell, and from that mo
ment become a confirmed drunk
ard, and long since has found a
drunkard's grave." ".Air. Moder
ator," continued the old man, with
streaming eyes, "I am that father;
and it was at the table of the cler
gyman who has just taken his seat
that this token ot hospitality ruined
the son I shall never cease to
Ami sing Scenk on a Stueet
Cai!. Tlie passengers on one of
Hiker's street ears laughed some
yesterday morning at a scene be
tween the conductor and a well
dressed young man, at the time
standing on the platform taking it
easy, with one foot on a trunk, he
was approached by the conductor
and Ins fare demanded, lie quietly
passed over his five cents.
Conductor. I demand twenty
five cents for that trunk.
Young Man. (hesitating) Twenty-five
cents? Well, I think I
will not pay it.
C. Then I shall put the trunk
Y. M. You had better not, or
yon may be sorry tor it.
Conductor pulls strap, stops car,
dumps trunk on the avenue, starts
car, and after going some two
squares, approaches the young man,
who was still calm as a summer
morning, and in an angry mood
"Now I have put your trunk off,
what are you ffoinu to do about
Y.M., (coolly) Well, I don't
propose to do anything about it ;
it's no concern of mine ; it wasn't
Conductor, (fiercely.) Then, why
didn't you tell me so ?
Y. M. Because you did not ask
me, and I told you you would be
sorry for it.
(J., (furiously.) Then go inside
Y. M. Oh, no! you're good
enough company for mc out hem
At this juncture a iortly (icr
man emerges from the car, nnd an
grily says :
"Mine Gott ! yon teller, where is
Y. M My friend, I think that
is your trunk down on the avenue
German. Who puts him off?
hafe de monish to pay him. I will
see altout dot.
7'he car was stopped, and shortly
afterwards the conductor was seen i
to come sweating up the track with bug. When required tor use the re
thc trunk on his back a part of lm'si,te quantity is chopped off with a
i,fi,onnl,n MA ..of ooW hatchet or sheath-knife, and thawed as
r.r ;, J
nan as wen as me passengers.
Fans for the convenience of lazy
women have been attached to sewing
machines and are worked by the
power which runs the machine.
I am going to the Cincinnati On-
I'm sick of polities, ami I'm going
to unit the regular KcpubJitsiu ship
and start on the Cifewell voyage witii
Horace (ireelcy. Yes, I ve joined
Horace ami diaries. I like Hunting
men. 1 like men wis), licit lite life
' of tilt Ketrtlhlic w;is thrcntcnetl, shoul-
tjered Iheir muskets and and .
I don't like men who, like Grant staid
in New York di ring (Ik1 war and
abused the lighting Ccnemis. (inint
won't do tor me. Oh, no! I want a
military man a man who, like llor-
ace Greeley, riketl hli life, and car
ried the old llag all over the City
' Hall yard, and win) rallied nt the hiH
: gle call tf freedom up nt Cliappaqita.
don't talk to.me nliout signing our
I political death warrants! Don t wo
retnetuber tlte splendid Biieeess of II.
j, Kaytnottd when lie seceded front
the party and went over to I'hiladel
julr'a!1 Don't we have Hie hrilliunt
i liistun,' of Senalor Ikioliltle? Don't
! we rwer With pride to tlie triinuplKtut
I gnoueu of Senator tlrhnesr Have we
not before us the brilliant example of
t 'hicf .fit-dice ChiiHi nnd Andy John
, son, who ntnmiSd on to glory, and left
the old Uci!thlicnii ship, with Grant
and Wilson and Morton to go to the
; d-dev-tkvil ?
Yes. history will rejient itself, and tlt
i Wine glory awails us that awaitcxl
' Cliase. and Grlincs, and Donlittle.
! Don't talk to Horace and I ; the old
isilitical hive is full, and we are bound
j to swarm. Wc leave the old Republi
can honey gathered from Kansas, and
from cninin'J patlon, and a rcpniilii;
i saved, to Grant and Sickle, and tliose
! scoundrel! who carried die slurs and
j strfpes from safe places "in Bostoti and
i Philadelphia, and ruthlessly exposed
the dear old llag to he shot at hy the
; rebels of Virginia and Smith Carolina.
! We are bound to lie ritrlit. If von
a-k us it we are high tariil'to suit N'ew
England, or low tariff to suit the
West, we answer emphatically yes!
We propose to abolish all crime to
do away with custom-houses, and have
all vessels to land at some other plan'.
We promise to stop taxation mid pay
the the national debt out ot our own
pocket if we have to steal every cent
in the Treasury to do It, In fact, if
there is anything in this world which
we, as a party, openly detest, it is one
thing more than another and we
pledge ourselves to abolish it.
If you ask U3 if we arc for high tar
iil'to' suit Mr. Greeley, or low tariff to
suit George Pendleton, we admit em
phatically that wc are.
Grant lias only three principles in
view to have peace, contentment,
and pay tlie national debt, while we
have eight principles live loaves and
two Aslies, and a place in tlic custom
Grant says let Jeff Davis and Beau
regnnl stay where tliey are. while wo
say give them amnesty and front seats
in Congress and the Senate.
For this reason I D-tlay become a
prodigal, and go off With 'Mr. Greeley
to live on tlie Ciucmnati liuk, resoiv-
: ing never to come back-
tlll thev kill
the fatted custom-house calf, and give
us tlie sweet-bread and sirloin.
Genuine Eloquence. Lcith in his
travels in Ireland, says:
"In my morning" ramble, a man
sitting on the ground, leaning Ids back
against tlie wall, attracted my atten
tion by a look of squalor in his af
pearance which I had rarely observed
even in Ireland. His clothes were
ragged to indecency, and his face was
pale and sickly. He did not address
me. my heart smote me and I turned
"If you are in want," I said with a
degree af peevishness, "Why don't
"Sure. It's a begging I am," was
the quick reply.
"You did not niter a worth"
"Xo! Is it joking you are with me
sir? Look here!" he said, holding up
the tattered remnant of what liad once
been a coat, "do you see how the skiu
19 speaking through (lie holes in my
trowsers, ami the lames crying out
through ray skin? Look at my sunken
checks and the famine that's stariu my
eyes. Man alive! isn't hegging I am,
with a hundred tongues!'"
Some time since one of our ship
owners, in dispatching a vessel, had n
good deal of trouble with one of hi
men. who had got very "top heavy"
on hU advance wages. After the ves-.
sel had nceornpllshed her voyage, on
settling with the crew, it came to this
man's turn to lie mid.
"What name sir," asked tlic mer
chant. "Cain, sir." was the replv.
"What! arc you the man who slew
his brother?" rejoined tlie mercliaut.
"Xo. sir," was Hie ready and witty
reply of .lack, with a knowing wirrk,
and giving bis trowsers a hitch "I
am the man that km (tared."
The wife of President John Ada ma
was horn in 174-1, and she says cf her
youth.- "Femalo education, fntliebest
families, went'iio further than writing
and arithmetic, ami in some few and
rare Instances, music ami dacing."
When the Most oi i schools were orgaiv
ized In 17(i0, girls were admitted dur
ing the summer months only, when
there were not hoyseiioug to till them.
A Young Man who had come into
possession of a large property by tint
death of Ids brother, was asked bow.
lie was getting along. "Oh," .said nat,
r am htivtho a dranIAil Hi.w With
getting out letters of administration
and attending a probate court and seW
tling claims. 1 sometimes wish lk)
In Slhera, during the winter, milk
is bought and sold in a frozen state.
a,id caii long lie carried in a simple
A Missouri fanner attempted to
smoke out a rabbit nnd burned up a
half mile of tence and over a hundred
apple trees. He caught tlio rabbit.
Ifamanhas a great many debts,
are they very "much to his credit r"