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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1872)
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ALBANY REO INTER.
TO THE FARMERS
A 1 -
A. C. LAYTON,
URAL Bit IN
Stall hav ,been introduced Into the
Philadelphia is to have a $2,000,000
bridge over the IsdlliylkilL
- ' m i . "
A colony of Communists, 1,500
strong, is establish! in Iowa.
Senator Trumbull Icis written a let
ter declining to continue Chairman of
the Judiciarv Committee.
The Female College at Jacksonville,
III., belonging to tlie Methodist church,
burned on the night of the 18th.
Judge Brady of New York, has set
the 2d day of the December term for
the trial of Stokes for the murder of
Grant's official majority in Connecti
cut is 4,786.
A characteristic incident is related
of Beu Wade, ot Ohio, when he was
sent out by President Grant as one of
tlie Commissioners in 1803 to inspect
the Pacific road. He was disgusted
at the sight of the alkaline formations,
and despaired of Us redemption, when
a resident bystander reminded him
that it would be a nice place to live in
if It only had plenty of water and
good society. "I don't doubt it."
was the blurt retort and hell would
be a good place to live in, too, if it had
the same advantages."
The Earthquake Crop INCREAS
ING. Tliere is said to be a steady in
crease through the centuries in the
number of earthquakes. According
to the best autlwrities. in the fourth
century there were 1; in the firth.
25 ; in the sixth, 31 ; in the seventh,
10 ; in the eighth, It ; in the ninth. 3tf;
in tile tenth. 17 : in the eleventh. 51 ;
in the twelth. 68 ; in the thirteenth.
55; iu the fourteenth, 68; in the fif
teenth, 41 ; in the sixteenth. 110: in
the seventeenth, ISO ; iu the eighteenth.
680 ; in the nineteenth, 925.
'What's the matter. Bob r"
Sam, who am I f"
"Why, you are yourself, Bob Harri
H)ti, ain't you!"'
"No, far from it."
-Why, what's the matter?"
'Weil, sir, I'm so mixed up I don't
Know who lam."
"Don't take ft so hard at lieart."
"I ain't ; I'm taking it iu my hand
kerchief." Well, sir, what's the matter?"
Why, i am married."
Married? ha! ha! ha! why, sir,
vou should be happy."
-Yes, but I ain't."
"Why. all married men are stippoi
4 to be nappy."
"Yes, but how many are so?"
"Well, sir, as I said before, don't
take it so hard tell us all about it."
"Well, Sam. I'll tell you how it is.
Yon see. I married a widder, and this
wldderhad a daughter."
"Oh, yes! I see how it is. You have
been making love to this daughter."
No, worse than that. You see,
my Cither was a widower, and he
married this daughter, so that make
my lather my son-in-law. don't it?
Well, don't you see how I am mixed
-Well, sir, isttat all?"
"No, I only wish it was. Don't
you see, my step-daughter is my stej)
mother, ain't she? Well, theii, her
mother 1' my erawhiiother. ain't slie?
Well. I am married to her, ain't I?
So that makes me my own graudfath- !
er, dbtsn'tit?" I
Not Generally Known. Martin i
Van Buren is tlie only man who held j
the oflices of President, Vice President.
Minister to Kngliiud, (iovernor of his !
own Suite, and member of both houses
Thomtis II. Benton is the only man
who held a seat ill the United .States
Senate for thirty consecutive years.
The only instance of father aud sou
in the United States Senate, ;tt the
sattie. time, is that of Hon. Henry
Dodge. Senator from Wisconsin, bud
his ai, Augustus 0. Dodge, Senator
General .lames Shields is the only
man who ever represented two States
in the United States Senate. At one
time he wa Settotor from llilnols, and
subsequently Senator from Minneso
ta. JohnQnincy Adams held position
under the Government during every
administration from that of Washing
ton to that of Polkduring which he
died. He tad been Mini-ter to Kn
gland, member of brtth houses of Con
gress, Secreterj' of State aud President
of the United States. He du-d while
a member of the Hon otKepreseuta
tivea.. The' only instance where three
brothers occupied seats In the lower
house at the game time, waa when
ElihnlL Wasilburne represented the
First Itrtet of IIHudls. Israel Wash-
, Oie Third District in Mslnc,
mi Cihralbder C. WastbUrne, the
I of Wisconsin.
Groceries, FrOViSiOIIS, Et(,
TV ,f mth i, my Hn-:tml ll : Ik-l .
I eHUrihf mtm. (lull and nee w 1A j
At Xorlli Brownsville,
KIRK, HUME & CO.,
AUK STILL KELL1NU
DRY GOODS, (LOTH IK,
j BOUTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
UUM EK1HK, NOTIONS,
' of which they keep on hand a fill! stock, j
and are able to sell at lowest rates, as
I usnal. for 'nili or Produce.
i Will also be able to buy and sell Grains
1 of all kinds, or attend to storing r for-
I warding It at their Warehouse in Halsey.
I Give us a trial. KIRK, HI M K & 00.
J. It. MITCHKLL. J, K. DOLPH .
MITCHELL A DOLPH,
Attorney nud Counselor t 1mm,
01 JC1TOR8 IX CHANCERY AND PROL
IX tors In a Imiraltv. Ofttoe over the old
post olllce, Front ftreet, Portland, Oregon.
POWELL. L. FL1NN.
IHIWELL & FLIKN,
Attorney nnd Counselor at Law,
i N'D SOLICITOKS'rS CHAUCER Y L.
, Flinn notary public), Albany, Oregon.
Collections and conveyances promptly at-
W. ii. JOKES, X. .,
D. n. jo six .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OmCE-SOlTTH SIDE FIRST STREET,
iip-stairs. in J. M. Beach's store-house.
Residence --Second street, south ot the
CartwrigUt warehouse. 3' V
T. W. HARRIS, M .,
Physician and Surgeon, j
OFFICE -OVER Tl'RRELL'9 STORE, i
First street. Residence- Third-st.,
I one door west of Methodist church. 37-4
GEO. W. URAY, l. D.
IMtES ALL WORK IN THE
line of his profession in the
lilies:, H it mid most ajrpwr
Aimestheticasrents used for
thepainlessexiraetioii oPtecth, if desired.
Particular attention given to the regu
lation of Children's teeth.
1 Dental consultations and examinations
! fkek. Charges moderate. Satisfaction
i guaranteed in everv case. Call at his office
and examine specimens of his vvorkman-
ofnCRIn Purrish Brick Block, up
LEFFEL A MI-ERS'
And Weneral Bill Wnehlnery.
.J. F. BACKENSTO, Agent,
K, S. 1)1 Bills. W. II. M'lXLI.OClt
s, or sjois &, co.,
AVE ON HAND AND CONSTANTLY 1
receiving a large stis K ot
Oroeeriew nnd '1'rovltfonn.
Wood and wWow wan', tohaeco, cigars,
confoctkmerv, Yankee notions, otc., etc.,
wholesale and retail, at lowest rates.
Opixwlte U. C. Hill A -Son's dru? store, ,
Albany, Oregon, 33v4 j
ALBA.T BOOK STOKE.
KittauliNiicd in SS.10.
E. A. Frccland,
I EALKH IN E VICKY VARIETY OF
If miscellaneous lxjks, school Ijooks. ;
lilunk hooks, stationery- Books imported
to order at short notice.
Albany. Dec. 3, UJ70. j
GO TO TURBELL'3 FOB ( JESTS' I
toothing and (ierifs Famishing (JfHiN
of all utnerlljtlons. He has also a large
stock ol D v' LlotWftg, Hats, Wiirw. etc.,
which lie is celling very low. 43-t
The Ejrea! TJie Ear !
IB. T. L. (ilUMBlK,
Oeullat mid AurNt. Albnuy, Oreiron.
DR. GOLDEN IS A
son of the noted
old optbalmic doctor,
8. C. Widen.
Dr. Golden 1ms had
experience in treating
tne various otseusw io
wliich the eye and wrare subject, and feels
contldent of giving entire satlsOu-tinn to
those w ho tiuiy pla themselves nnderhis
cure. April IS, IS.
Fruit Treca, CJrape Vlnca, Ac.
rpiIK ITNDERSIGNEI) INVITES THE
1 attention of the p thlic io his large and
complete stock of
and other TREKS.
Also. GRAPE VI J58 best In the State;
Ornamental Trees, Bhrnbs. PtsntA, Cnr
nutts, Goosetmrrii s Strawlwrrle, Rosea,
Dahlias and Bulls whieb will be sold as
Ijw m first-clM rtock can be mTorded.
Hot. M-ttrt X A. MUX ABB,
PER CENT SAVED
I5Y lU YINtJ
KLINE & CO.,
M entire new toek of the
Most Fasiiionable &oods of tlie Season
China Su'vin Dreot (ooi,
MARY slEI ART NT RIPEN,
M'OK II PLAIUN,
TAMIS CLOTH ,
WOOLEN Hl ES
t.RANT A A 35 CHAMPION
and n large wlork ol'
OIL CLOTHS, A
House FurniahinK ooli,
ALL OP WHICH IS OFFERED
PHI C BS.
HraMt., nUolaln Foot OSirc
LINN & BENTON COUNTIES.
I i.i hi:-
stx'cl ful I van nonnce t hat
UreiV reino lele landrenovat
I commodious and substantial
tlmt tlii-v tin estivii''thened and ntlded to
the same. creeled new works entire - that
they now have two A No. 1 Cleaner, with
large Elevators complete: have put in new
Roller and Engine, and are now preured
to take in and handle
Wlioat db Oats
very rapidly and conveniently.
Having abundant storage facilities in
' Portland, parties desiring to store grain
! with us need have no tears that our ware
; house hero will In? overloaded.
We would also call the attention of the
Dinners to the fact that our belittle 1".'
shipping to a Foreign Market are Very
complete, and that they willtindit to their
advantage to call at oiir office for further
j information as to our facilities and terms
! of storage.
C. B. COMSTOCK & CO.,
W. 8, NKWm itV, Agent.
Albany. Aug. '.'tt-"lvt.
GEOIHA TUHREL KEEPS A LARGE
to suit the market, it would be to the in
- tcrest of everybody to give him an early
Oregon Woodeu Ware MauTg. Co.,
MAST KAl TV RHUS OK
BUCKETS, TLBS, PAILS,
W o o cl e n-W are
Works at Oregon Clly, Oregon.
omnuny, having re-
centlv comolete l their Works at Oregon
, City with the most approved machinery,
embracing the newest tterns and latest
intents, imported at great cost from Mas
! sHclmsetts, the ESTABLISHMENT, in all
! its appointments, will compare favorably
i with any other in tlie Tnitcd htutes.
The Cominnv are prepared to rill all or-
ders lor CKDAlt. MAPLK and ASH BITK-
ETS, TUBS, BITTER FIRKINS, SALMON
KITS, WASHBOARDS, Shuttle Bobbins,
Broom-bandies, Ac., Ac.
Particular attention is called to our ASH
PAILS and BITTER FIRKINS an article
far superior to any heretofore in market,
as causing no unpleasant taste or smell to
the con tents.
From our superior facilities we are en
abled to supply the trade on the moat ad
vantageous icrms, and by prompt atten
tion and excellent workmanship will merit
success in our line.
Healers are requested to examine our
wares before purchasing elsewhere.
tir' Address all communications to
1. O, BILES, Ajre.it,
NOTICE. - Any Ruekets or Tuls manu
factured by us, which do nntglvecnmplete
it rettirnei, win ne rcpiuecii
: by new one.
without charge for freight.
J. I). BILES, Agent.
XR DRESS (iilODS.
, goto Tunvll's,
A tilings. Hosiery,
PEOPLE FURNISHING SHOULD CALL
and see Turrell's large stock of Car
pets, Oil-cloths, Blinds. Rugs, etc., which
nc Is selling very cheap. 4:1-4
"I O TO TURRELL'S FOR HARDWARE
VI lAQin. LaiiiiH-himncys, et
the Goods to suit ynu.
A. B. MORRIS,
HA V I X li
LEASED R. CHEADLE'S
W A. 11 12 H t VIS K
BUY, HEM, STORE OK FORWARD
at foot of Broudiuhln street, mi the bank
of the Willamette river, I am prepared io
WHEAT or OATS,
j in unlimited quantities
! Tlie Hitches! Market Price Paid in
Cnan for Wheat mid Oats.
Parties wishing to store Grain, can make
arrangements to get all the sacks needed,
Grain stored and forwarded at lowest
A share of patronage is solicited.
A. B. MORRIS.
Albany, July 17-48v
GEORGE TIIRRELL PAV8 THE HIGH
est price for all kind of Country Pro
duce. Remember the address, Turrell's,
First street.. 4M
WITH NEW AXD PAST
POWER AXD UWli
P II E S S E S,
Latest aud most Desirable
TO GO FOB
When you wish
Bui why particularize, when it is gen
erally acknowledged that we are
When it comes under the he 'd of
&5" Come to see us, onct
PATENT liA'i'E, E.i!
Sclf-Opcniagr and Self-Cloain?
PATENTED BY JOHN DICK.S)N.
June 4, 1867.
PHE GATE IS SO COSSTRCCTED That
when the vehicle atmronehes It th
wheels on one side siss over a lever which
is connected to the gate hinge by a rod .
thus opening the gate before you and fast -cuing
it open. After iroimr thrnmrh. the
carriage passes over a similar lever. iils
connected it h I he gale hinge, lausing tin-
icuic, in irs ruiauon, io sunt ix'nind vou
No Getting Out of Your Vehicle !
No Raising of Latches Nor Pulling
Except the "riblons"of your team. It i
THE "LAZY MAN'S r.ATi:.'
"Dead Opn and .mini."
This gate is simple m ltimnstrnctloti,
both of Iron and wood work, and not likely
to get out of order. If a neat, cheap gate
is desired, It may lie made light, with three
cross lairs ot wood and one-fourth inch
wire, neatly curved at the top, the lower
end hid In the bottom liar, which is the
style of a factory made gate. The gates
are now In practical use In several of the
counties nwhnd Sun Francisco, and plenty
of testimonliialscan be given.
THOMAS J. 3AFF0RD,
Having purchased the
Rifftit for Linn Co., Oregon,
Has now on hand, and will manufacture
the above described gate. Wherever It has
been used it has received the highest en
comiuins, as the large number of eertin
cntcs from prominent farmers In all rt
of the country, now in mv hands, will
Of All Descriptions,
On hand and manufactured to order.
Blacktmlthing and Repairing
Done to order at moat reasonable rates.
Shop foot of Ferry street, opposite Beach ,
Monteith A Co.'s flouring mills.
THOMAS J, SAFTORD,