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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1872)
'flie New York Kreainf l'o. edit
ed by the veteran William Cullen
Hi yant, Is opposed to both Grant ami
Urceley. Speaking of the latter, the
rot lias tlio following bitter remarks:
'ShenW Horace Oeeley era be
lVesfalent of llie United States c
tlnnlv believe tint the rorrnpnoti od
tlie crime of an stlinlnlstratlou w ith a
Man at IP head so weak in principles tw
lie, inrinn of purpose as lie. so tin
liecllcofelnraeternshe. so suitoiiimI
i! by such a crowj of adventurers and
cormorant: and knaves as would snr
rouud Mia that the corrupMon and
the crime of such an iiiliniiiistnitioii
would reach proportions that would
put their perpetrators beynlal the eOJf
ntamee of ordinary Courts of law. and
that would mil for and compel other
correction than ordinary penltonllsirio
Bryant has known Greeley pretty
well for more th in a quarter of a cen
tury, and beitigtiH independent p illtl
eian. his views should he can-fully
Oi l: SiATK.sjiKN'. flay reached the
age of seventy-live; Jackson, sevety
eight; CaHtotui. sixty-eight ; Webster,
seventy : Jobu (.J. Adam-, eighty-one;
lluchaiiaii, seventy-eight ; Van liureil,
eighty-one j Taylor, sixty-four; C.i-s,
elghtV-two; Marcy was seveuty-one
mil fed ward Everett the same. Ben
ton was aeventy-sls and remarkable ;
Webster, Calhoun, Cass, and Van
Burei) were horn the same year 1732.
fiolng back to mill of older date.
John Adams B8.IV his ninety-first year;
Jefferson hU eighty-third ; both dying
on the 4 th of July. 1325. Hurr lived
to eighty-one. .vfiich is a striking eon
trast to his ancestors, for his father
was forty-two at the time of his death,
and his 'grand-father. Jonathan Kd
wards. was only sixty-six. Monroe
lived to seventy-three, John Jay to
eighty-four, and Patrick Henry to sixty-three.
We. thus learn that our Pol
iticians, notwithstanding their cares
and vexations, enjoy an existence
much beyond the average.
Tlie following conversation, or collo
quy, occurred between a 'cute New
York "perforator" in real estate, trav
eling by pocket-compass in one of the
very last sections Opened in the Gov
ernment land region between Gotham
ami Alaska. His Interlocutor was a
woman, standing in scanty I -tit airy
raiment, at the door of a log shanty ;
to whom he thus addressed himself:
"Do you like to live liere in the wood,
tlie.se distant woods, so faraway from
any other human habitation-:-"Woods.'
like to live in the woods!"
lie ee-lioe-d and repeated ; "blew your
lawful sokes, yon don't call this
woods, do ye ? There are no hears,
nor wolves nor catamounts, nor .-mtii-tjtvi
around hen not within 20
miles! Why, we've got bedsteads in
the cabin : wed n't sleep in big hollow
logs as we used to. The stuuipi are
out of the middle of the road, most of
'em ; and bless you. don't you see
we've got some femes? Look over
tliere! We raise our own goodized
K)rk ; w( lay our own egg-; Wfl have
tanie hens ami roustern, and imiupklii
pies, and twWednieckeil -(iia-hes, anil
appatlidu cookf'i', Woods J" she re
I eated jigaiu "live in the woods!"
P.i:mn Ai.ivr.. An Irishman took
the contract to dig a well. When he
bad dug about twenty-live feet down,
be name one morning and found it
lived in tilled nearly to the top.
Cat looked cautiously around and saw
that no person was near, then took off
his hat and coat, hung them on a
windlass, crawled in some billies, and
waited events. In a short time the
citizens discovered that the well had
caved in, and seeing Pat's hat aud
coat on the windlass, they supposed
that lie was a; die bottom "of the ex
cava'lon. Only a few hours of brisk
digging cleared the loose dirt from the
well. Just as they had reached the
bottom, and were wondering where
the body was, lat came walking out
of the hushes aud good-naturedly
thanked them fir relieving him of a
sorry Job. Some of the tired diggers
were disgusted, but the joke was too
good to allow anything more than a
hearty laugh which soon followed.
Yoi;n; JIan Yov'hk Wasted. A
woman wants yon ; don't forget her.
Xo matter if you are poor, don't wait
to be rich : if you do. ten to one if you
are fit to Ik; married, Marry w hile
you are young and struggle up togeth
er. But mark, young man, tlie wo
man don't want you it she i, to divide
her affections with a cigar, spittoon,
or whisky jug. Neither docs she
want you if yon don't, take care of her
and the little afterthoughts whic-h are
pretty sure lo follow. Neither does
lie want von -imply became you are
a man, the definition of Which is too
apt to lie an animal thai wears bifur
cated garments on his lower !im!. a
iUarter section of stove-pipe on his
head, swears like a pirate, and is given
to ti!lhy practices generally. She
want you for a companion, for a
helpmate she wants yon to have
learned to regulate your appetite and
passions; in fact the image of Gal,
not in tlie likeness of n beast. If you
are strong in a good purpose, linn in
resistance ot evil, pure in thoegbt and
JCtiou as you require Iter to be. and
without which inward purity neither
of you are- lit lobe hnSMRMl and wife.
If you love virtue and alhor vice, if
you are gentlemanly, forbearing aAd
kind, and not loucbtaJkhig, exacting
and brutal; young man tiuit woman
want yon marry her wlien you like,
whether rich or poor; we'll trust you
both on Hie above conditions, without
any further security.
In an advertisement by a rail
r-jad c impany, of some unclaimed ;
goods, the letter "r dropped from
tlio.wor.1 "lawful," and it reads
now, "People to whom these pack
ages are directed arc requested to
coma forward and pay the awful
thai sesou tie same."
our Next LtnUlnturc. '
xt Oregon Legislature win i
convene at Salem in September next,
and poHtiDtUy wlU follow.
1 ,1,1 .
twinocrats marked thus .
Kirst Senatorial District (Marlon
tonntyj Samuel llrown, J. H. 1
Second l)i-trict 'Mini) I1. II. Craw-'
foul, Knoeh llouit.
Third LHstrtet il-ine
W. W. Brls- J
tow. A. W. raller-on.
FiHirth Irfstriel Douglas, Coos and
Cin-rvi I. V. V'at-on, Gains Webster.
Fifth District ; lacksoii; C I.D. Fay.
Sixth District ; lo-ephlne) E. X.
Seventh District (Kenton; A. 51.
Eighth District (Polk) Kick-ml
Ninth District (YainliUl)-J. W,
Tenth District AVadiington, Co
InmMa, t'latseip and Tillamook) T.
Eleventh District i Multnomah)
Joseph X. Dolph. David Powell.
Twelfth District (Clackamas Jolm
Tlurfeenlli District (Wasco; 'Wil
Fourteenth District (linker; 'Al
bert 11. Ill-own.
Fifteenth District (Piimtilla) T.
Sixteenth District (I'ltion) Samuel
Seventeenth District (Grant; J.
of the above, Messrs. Moores, and
Brown, of Marion, Withamand Pow
ell, Republicans; llonlt, Patterson,
Fay. Brown of Baker, I.ewelleu and
Baldwin, Democrats, hold over. The
rest was elected this year.
HOl'SK CP KETUEM'.NTATIVKS.
Baker countv J. B. Oristclu.
Benton-James (Jingles, Benjamin
Clackamas J. D. Crawford, I.. T.
Bariii, N. J. Matlock.
Clatsop John West?
Clatsop and Tillamook Samuel
' Coos and Curry M. Riley,
1 louglas - David Bti-hey, j. F. Coop
j er. Geo, W. Riddle.
Grout C N. Thorubury. Samuel
: Jackson N. .Laugcll, E. F. Walk-
I er. K. C. Mason.
1 Josephine 1A. L. Watson.
Ime X. Martin. C. W. Washburn,
A. S. Powers.
I.iun N. II. Cranor. J. T.
; Crooks, 'R. B. V 'illoiighby, llarvey
j Shellou. 'James Blakely.
i Marion llufiis Mallory, William
Hast, T, !!i F. Falton. Joseph Engle,
Multnomah 1. F. Caples, J. B.
Cougle. J.D. Biles, S. Illrsch,
Folk I. C. Allen, -J. W. White,
i I'niatilla 'Geo. A. I.aI)ow, Jamcs
Morri i in,
Colon 0. D. Andrew s.
Cnlonand Baker Dunham Wright.
R. Biirhank, T. R.
ftenittn Reriublicans, 1.
crats. 10. Republican majority in the j WWiis against tne assumptions oi iiu
(nale, -i. authorijsed claims by their formergov-
1 Rpmthlienus. :): Demo- i eminent ; and we Urge tlie continued
era!, 17. Republican majority In
the lloii-o. 1.
on joint ballot.
Thedreeley Rebel Democracy are
beginning to show their hand' down
Bomb early in tlie light. At i'aneey
ville N. C.) a few evenings since,
Judge S-iile, Repuiilican caudtdate
fir Congress, was prevented from ad
dressing a public meeting by a shower
of rotten eggs hurled by the Kll-Kltlx-ers.
Only let Horace he elected Pres
ident, and Ihe lives of loyal men
wouldn't be worth a rotten egg. The
Ku-Kluxcra would rule the roast.
Thougli soldiers profess to love the
wives they leave behind them, they
somehow, generally, go away ltitrain
lorts. A I ION A I.
MaiitA In the Sttini"l ffbt6?e"
f:,,.rti,'in at PliiMnlpliia, JnweOfA,
The Republican party of the United
State- assembled in National Conven
tion in the citv of Philadelphia, on the
m".I III I I It H i i'I 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 I'll II II. I, mi i lit i
5th ami (.It. ikvs of .lime. Ui. aeibl
iH-lares Itsfuitli and antieals to lA
i.niinees its iwsJtlon upon
b before Uwcomitry. i
Flrst-!)orlng eleven yetirs of so-;
preioacy thai accepfl with pawl i
eniirni'i-1 lie -oiemn duties of tlie tiilK
It suppressed n i;!rintlc rebellion;
eiimtieljvited 4,(MiO,0Oll shlTes j ileereeil
the oTttal dt lw'ntbin of all ami estab
Ii-Iii-1 nnlrersal siin'rage. Kalilbitlng
miiaralleled magnanimity, it crimin
ally punished no man Ibr political of
feiises, and wannly weleomeilatl ho
proved tin ir loyalty by olicylng tlu
law and dealing jiisrly with their
neighbors. -It lias steadily decreased
iib a firm hand, the resultant dlsor
orders of a peat war. and inlilated a
wNe policy towards the Indians.
! aeilie H.niro.id, ;nnl iniil;ir v.isf en- 1
feriirises. Imve ln-en generoudy atd-d statc Territorial governmci.ts.
an. TOW'flilh Cflndtieted. I lie piilo i jr dlirttrtproWS of tinv resort to uneon
1 e limds are freely given to actual set-; stltiitloiial laws for (lie nnrpose of re
tiers : iiinnigiatioii is pvoteeled. ,-n- mnyn b interleretire with
eourigisl. and tin: full acknowledge- rights not surrendeix-d b the peonlc
itient of the imtnraltzed citizen's rights I to cither Hie State or tlie National
has been secured from European pow-tuovemment.
ers. The national cntrency has im- j Sevcntcentlr-It Is tlie duty of the
proved In regulation and tlie national ; Ccueral Government to adopt such
ordinary btmleW, and hew bonds have
been negotiated at lower rates. Tlie
res-ems's have been carefully collectol
awl honestly applied. Despite the an
nual large reductions from tlie rates of
taxation Ihe public debt has been- re
duced during (i rant's presidency at tlie
rate of one hundred million dollars per
year. A peat financial . risis lias been
i mm iw ikku .-,t-i.iiivu uiiuiTi i-.Mi.i-
avoided and ieace and plenty prevail
throngoiit tlie land. Menacing for-1
eign difficulties have been neaccfolly
and honorably eoinpronilsed, and the
Kxior and power of tlie nation lias
been kept high throughout the world.
party Jivbest philge for tlu' luture. Ve
fwlcvc , J m 0, , t
Government to any party oroombln.v
tlon of men composed of thorn who
chiefly have resisted every step in this
Second Complete lilwrty and exact
erpiaii'y in tlie enjoyment ot all civil.
political and public rights should lie
established anil) eft'ccluallv nialntained
throughout the Union, hy efficient and
i appropriate State and Federal legisla
tion. Xeither the law or its adminis
tration should admit of any di-eriniin-!
atiou in respect to citizens, hy reason
of race, creed, color, or previous con
dition of servitude.
Third The amendments to the Na
tional Constitution should be cordially
I sustained, because they an- right ; not
; merely tolerated because they arc law;
1 sliou.d lie carried out accord
ing to tlu-ir spirit by -appropriate
i legislation, the euforveineiit of whh-h
! cut lie safely trusted only to the party
that secured the amendments.
Fourth Tlie National Government
j shiHitd seek to maintain an houoraUc
I peace with all nations, protecting h
citizens everywhere and sympilhiring
with all people who strive fur greater
Fifth Any system of civil service
under which the subordinate positions
of the Government, afe considered as
rewards for mere party zeal, is tally
! demoralizing, and we therefore favor
a reform of the system by laws which
: shall abolish the 'evils of iKitronage and
make honesty, efficiency and fidelity
; essential qualifications for public po-i-1
tion, without practically creating a life
tenure of office.
I Sixth We are opposed to furthei
grants of the public lands to corpora
j lions and monopolies, ami demand
! that the national domain shall be set
Bpart ftw lWs ,- tiw ,,,,!,.,
Seventh The annual revenue, idler
paying ihe current expenditures,
should furnish a moderate lilance fitr
the reduction of "the principal nfthe
del t; and revenue, esi-ept so much as
may be received from a tax on tobac
co and liquors, ought to Ik; rilled by
duties on importations, the scale of
which should lie so adju-tcd as to aid
hi securing remunerative wages to la
Uirers and to promote the Industries,
giowth ants prosperity of the whole
Eighth We hold in undying honor
Ihe soldiers and sailors whose valor
saved the Union. Their pensions are
a sacred debt of tlie nation, and wid
ows and orphans of (hose w ho died for
their country arc entitled to the care
of ihe Government and the gratitude
of the people. We favor such addi
tional legislation as will extend the
bounty of tlie Government to all our
soldiers aud sailors w ho were honor
ably discharged, ami who in time of
duty became disabled, without regard
to the length of their service or the
cause of such discharge.
Ninth The doctrine of Great Brit
ain aud other European Powers con
cerning allegiance "once a subject al
ways a subject,"' having at last,
through the efforts of 'lie Republican
party, been abandoned, and the Ameri
can idea of the right of the Individual
to transfer bis allegiance having b en
accepted by the European nation, it is
the duty or our lioverniueut to guard
w ith jealous care the rights of adapted
and careful encouragement and protec
tion of voluntary Immigration.
Tenth The franking privilege
ought lo be abolished aud a way pre
pared lor a reduction in the rates 0f
Eleventh Among the questions
which press tor attention is that which
concerns the relation of capital and
labor, and . the Republican parly re
cognizes the duty of so shaping legis
lation as to secure full protection and
ample field for capital, aud fi r la
bor, which create for capital the larg
est opportunities, and a just share of
mutual profits of those two great serv
ants of civilization.
Twelfth We bold that Congress
and the President liave only fulfilled
an Important duty in a measure for
the suppression of violent and treason
able Organizations in certain of the
lately rebellions regions, and for Hie
protection of tho ballot-box; and.
therefore they arc entitled to the thanks
of the nation.
Thirteenth We denounce repudia
tion of the national debt, in any form
or disguise, as a national crime. We
witness with pride the reduction of the
principal of trie debt ami of the rate
f interest upon the miance, and we
A - t , ,i , II .
eonlentlyexK-et t hatffltt excellent
nirrc,"(-v E1 JE?2 if " '
raw"" "! 'l l-r
"'tv.Umh-'n.e iswnhr nanniiiL
, partv is miU-i 0f u obligation I
t0 tK loyal women of Ainerka for
their noble devotion to tlie anise of
freedom. Tla-lr odinliSlon to useful
tiessis i received Willi s.-iti-faclion, and
the honest demands ot aiiy ehtM of cit
zens for ndditional righU should be
treated with respeetfnl consideration.
Fifteenth We heartily approve of
the action of Congress in relation to
the rebellions States, and rejoice in the
powth of peace and fi-atenial feeling
tliroiighout the land.
SlxteCnth-'nwliennblican party pro-
i,oms fo iiinpct llift riirltt.s nwinrrwl Ke
I flm ntunln I. . i 1 mi 1 1 .1 v. ... mmaA,11
ni n ,m,virs ,M..kiUh hv ihn, m il,;.
mea-ures as w i reiMi r eneiMimm
KiffhteciiHi We believe that tlie
modest patriotism, the earnestness of
purpose, sound judgment, practical
wisdom, Incorruptible intepity, and
Illustrious services of li. H. Grant, Imve
commended him to the heart of the
American neoole. and that with him
at our head we start to-day on a new
march to victory.
C. ME ALE Y,
BI-.DS AM) IISUHHXG,
Of ISLiiacls !
Of Every Description !
WIN DOW A DES,
CHAMBER SUITS In every style.
PARLOR SETS of Substantial
O.r E ERT DESCRIPTION;
Every M!e known to l In- Trail,-;
W a s h Stands.
in eiidlcua variety ;
O XX AIRS,
All Styles and Descriptions,
kl! of which will lie sold ut tlio
VERT LOWEST FIGURES !
In nil their branches,
Done to Order, nnd
I have on band a supply of
Ready - made Coffin,
snitnlilc for all tec demands of this corn's
Also. I have a ncnt
for the use of my customers.
Corner Orondalbin and Flnt-sts.,
"They Who Have Nothing for Sal
are Farthest from Market "
A. CAR9TKERS & CO.,
WUO KXOW THIS TO UK Till')
Are now kecpim, nl cnitant? rc
Ociving ii'lilitiuitfl to.
The Largest Stock of Goods
USUAL TO TBEIR TRADE
AT SUCH 'PRICES
Purchasers Shall be Salhtled.
Besides a Largo Stock of
The j keep
Finest Tobacco & Cigars
USUALLY OBTAINED IN
NO ARTICLE SOLD
But what is
Guaranteed To Be
JUST AS REPRESENTED
Must Too Good.
Arctic Soda T
A. CAROTHERS CO
MILLINKRV, DR88S MAKING
! MILLINERY, DRESS MAKING,
LADiES' AM) CIIILDKEV9
FOHNISHINO HOUSE I
i'rm: rxiwqi?iKti n.s opeseii
I. "ew s-iM-k of inlDlm-n ftnniVi trfm
iniii 's. hitiw' met ehii Iron'a fanilKliliitf
i s,i nil Mads, f iup Ihk-si ,! nwi
i ftt-liloi-.niile Hljaes, wtileli s1aolUia m Hie
; liHllesol Aitiuiiyinel ni-ii,iiiuliiu i-oiinliv
at the lowest nnes. Iiiftiu
Dress Making Departroeut
I sriuinuiiee entiiv mtUOic'tlon. Cliamca
I My ileteniilniitlmi lieiier tojvo -n' ixfin--tl;n
in siyh- ami qilnlPr il Wu-k mill
pru iM. i nsU a sliai-e of imljlle iitniie:e.
( llli III SIOI-U
Opposito A. Carothers & Co.,
r'lrt street, Allsiny, Oresnn.
Jilts. H. l. GODLKY,
Sclf-Opcninff aud Self-Closiap
G A T E .
PATESTKI) BY JOHN' DICKASON,
June 4, is,;".
'I III: GATK IS so roNSTItt'C TKDTIinl
I when 11k- vehicle njii-iniiuhoi, it ilm
I wlieelswi onusMe imiTii lever wliieli
I- niniii-cted n ihe pmtc hhuretiyii ml,
; IhusoueulHalhe wife hc-fore you and him-
enlna It open. After gohiirllimiwli, the
, etirrlnRO v""-'" over n snniUn- lever, Sim)
nninectetl wll h i licirnle blnav, (nnslna I lio
inite, In ti roiuilon, in .-litu ln-lilml you
: anil fasten.
No Gcttir.j Out of Tour Vehicle 1
No R,,,,8 of lliies Jer Pullluff
Kxcept the "rlhiHms"of your team. II Is
TUB I.A.V MAX'! GATE,"
i"Jeal Open and Shut."
j This sate Is simple in Its construction,
ooilioi Iron uiiOwikxI work, ami not likely
lORCt out of onlcr. If n in-nt, eliinn 1:1110
is(iene 1. it limy i- inadolbtht. whti ihivu
crosw lairs 01 wood nml oiie-fourili Inch
wire, iientlj- enrvo-I ut tin- Inn, the lower
end hit) in the I'otiom Imr, Wllicll is tlin
siyle of 11 factory miide tnile. The Bales
are now In pmvtlilll lew in wveral "1 tliu
eoimtleinmnnd Son Kmnefsx-o, nml plent
of tesiinioninalsinii In-iven.
THOMAS J. SAFFORD,
Having purchased llie
Riilit Tor t.iasi Co., Oregon,
Has now on liand.and will titonntlictiiro
! the-nhnredesrrliieiltnite. Wlierevcrii lim
heen used il lias n-ceiciil the lilli(nt ell-
l-oinluins, an the laive number (if irrtlll
, elites from prninlneiit fannei-s I11 nil irn
I of ihe eonnirv, now in mv llauds. wiU
CARRIAGES AKD WAOOXR,
Of All Descriptions,
On hand and inanufnetlireil to ordea
DlachsmUliliig aud Repairing
: M-.iwriiii .ir iin,
I shop too! of Kerry street, opiKtC llenrlL
I yionteiih V ('o.'s fhmrlnfr mill-1
' . TIIOMA8 J. S.VFFOWji.
! .Mlmiiy,Out.M, !S7Wv4
STOVES AND TIN W AUK.
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
R A N G E S .
COOK, PA11L011 AND BOX,
S T O V K s :
Of tlielM-st pnltcniH,
AIAO : TIN, M1T.ET inr AUD OOP.
Ami (lie usual assortment of furnislilnp
giKMls to lie obtained in a tin store.
Itepolrs nently and promptly e.teeul,
011 mmoiiable lenns.
Nhorl rerkonliiKM make lnK 1 , -lends.
FRONT STBKET, ALBANY.
Pee. 5, ISSii-l
23 000 I riltCE
Made by Wnlter A. Wood, illio lantcft
inaniihu-liiivriil'larmliiK machim-rv in til
worldl-witli foldlnir hnr, two wlni'ls,nnil
all late Improvements, (t led the world al
the l'arls Kxiolttoii,iiitd has fonnd no
iK-cr since. Is en 111 pad anil powerful, and
JiiHl tho machine for this coast, a every
farmer will say who has one.
RirKvcrj- inarhinc l gnamntrod as rerv
nweiited. Buy the Ixwt. Buv iho Wood
Improved Prize Mower. lold hy
, . TRBADWKIX t CO.,
Old Rtand, Market strout. San Franolsm