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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1873)
OLD STOVE 9EP0"
R A N G E S .
X)OK, PARLOR AND BOX,
S T O V 13 s :
Of the best patterns.
W. P. Ladd.
! Banking hours from 8 A. M. to i P. M.
Albany, 1W. 1, Wl-Mv
ALSO : TIN, MTBOT IKOS AXO COP- '
PKH waiik, 1 MoKielhir; New iii JJentistr)'.
And the usual assortment of furnishing ; nit. E. O. SMITH, M1VIIST,
jjoodstoueobtamedtnatinstore. ; TjASlocatedin aj.ua-
' JjD nv, and lias (lie new in- Stutfta
. I vent Ion in plate work,which UjnfrV!v
Bepairs neatly and promptly executed, eonhM ,t inserting teeth J-i--LJJ-on
reosouabio terms, i in the moadi without ooverlng the whole
' roof, as heretofore. It gives the wearer the
I wearer the free am of the tongue to the
Khort reckoning make long rrienaa, :
,, utuvft 1 n Y !
HiONT stkkli, Ai.iiAM. ,
Pee, j, 13S'i-l
W. H. KUHN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SHELF A5i HEAVY
HAR WAR E ,
Farmers' & Mechanics' Tools,
III IMUKV HARDWARE,
IRON AND STEEL,
OAK and EI,M HUBS,
HICKORY & OAK SPOKEN,
HICKORY AXLE, j
Hardwood Lumber, j
Bent Rims, Shalta, Poles, Ac
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
r i i.i, now offered to the pnlv j
All of which are "WOBSnag t '
He at low rates. wemaKJ ine uusmew i
ii ce. a iv, wo can aim win
Hssort.ne.it. at lower prices, than any
house in this city.
W. H. KUHN & CO.,
Montelth fire-proof brick, First street.
Alliany, June H, 1872-llvt
CJEO. T. SETTLEMIER,
(Successor to P. W. Wakefield),
PorrlHh's Sew Building, First Street,
DRUG SAND MEDICI N KS.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC
All articles warranted pure, and of the
best iiiwlltv, ,
Phv-lciatis prescriptions carefully com
mon w led. Albany, Oct. 17, lstltwstf
A. MOTHERS & CO.,
lllilll' tis, OILS, PAINTS, dyes,
ULASS, LAMPS, tnt1.,
All the popular
FINE CUTLERY, mOABS) TOBACCO,
and Toilet Woods.
Particular care and promptness prtven
Physlolans' prcsiriptions and Family Bec-
lpe8' A. CAB0THKR8 A CO.
B A N K I N G
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at sight,
latere! allowed ontiwedeposjtain coin.
Exchange on Portland, Sun Francisco,
I and New York, for sub' at lowest lilies.
I Collections madi and nromntlyremitted.
Refers io II. W. Corbet t. Henrv Paililur.
roofofthemoupin tailing anu imaag.
it isthe smith & Pnrvine patent
Teeth extracted without pain, Plates
mended, whether broken or divided.
omcK-dWrst street, east of Conner's
jjunk (up slalrsl, Albany, Oregon. 7vt
FIRST STREET, ALBANY, OREHOS,
J. L. HARRIS,
IIILL ENDEAVOR TO KEEP CON-
stantly on hand a full supply of
ALL KTXDS OF MEATS,
Which will he of the very best qua'. 'y.
The highest market price paid for beeves,
hogs and sheep.
Third door west of Ferry, on south side
of Kirs; street. I- HARMS.
Albany, Pec. 11. 1871-MV4
Groceries & Provisions,
TTARJUST OPENED HIS NEW (JROCER
estalilisliment on comer of Ellsworth
with a fresh stock of
j cntu"iif,iiiugti l pih wi " .... j.. ...
and First streets, with a fresh stock of
Groceries, Provisions. CAnflles, Clears, To-
liaeeo, '., 10 wmco ue inviies uiv uuvu
tton of our citizens.
In (tonnection with tlie store he will keep
a Bakery, and will always have on hand a
full supply of fresh bread, ( tuckers, &c.
gsjT Call and sec me.
I AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS
of turning; kiepon liami and make to
order rawliidcvlHittomcd chairs. c. Shop
near the Mills and Hosiery. Jefferson, Ore
gon. Branch shop near "Magnolia Mills,"
Allianv, where orders for chairs, turning,
Ac., can bo left. JOHN M. METZLER.
Jefferson, Aug. 2, 1872
M AN U F ACT V UEIt OF
Of Every Description,
MANUFACTURES TO ORDER ANY
nnd all styles of
WusonH, CarrlajareH, Hacks,
Ac., at as reasonable rates as the use of
(toed material and first-class work will Jus-
Bemirlng neatly and expeditiously done
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry between First nnd Second
streets. WM. PETE US.
Albany, May 10, 1872 36
u. s. maTlY"
Trl-Wcekly Stage Line !
THE UNPEBSlCiNEP is now runniiiga
trl-wackly stage from Lebanon to Al
lwnv, earr1ng the U, S. Malls, leaving
Lelianon every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings, and returning, leave
Albany at 2 O'clock P. M. of said days.
Passengers called for In any jwrt of the
city. All orders should In- left at the St.
Charles Hotel, Albany, for passengers or
freight for Lelianon.
Packages and light freight punctually
delivered at low rates. All business en
trusted to mo will be promptly attended to,
W. B. DONACA.
Lelianon, Feb. 10, 72-24v
Murder in Albany
ASNEVER YET BEEN" KNOWN. AND
mi i hreatening 01 it at present.
Is a tiling which sometime must liefall
every Bon and lUiughterof the human fam
ily ; and yet, i
At tiic JKW'duy,
Of your life, if disease lays his vile hands
upon you, there Is still "a halm in (Ulead,"
by which you may he restored to perfect
health, ami prolong your (.ays toa miracu
By calling on
fit. C, II55X iV SON,
With a prescription, where you can have
it compounded by one expertsnoed in thu
part lenlar line. Also, cons'anily on hand
a good assortment of fresh drags, patent
medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dye
stuffs, trusses, etc. Agents for the
Celebrated I'nk Weed Remedy,
Or. Oregon Bheninatic Cure ; Dr. I). Jayne
ft Son' medicines, etc.
Six-lice's Positive ami Negative Powders
kept in slock. Also agents for the
Home Shuttle Sewing; Machine,
One of the most useful pieces of household
furniture extant, fail and examine.
B.C. HILL &. SON.
Albany, June 11. 7l-40v:i
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Machin
ery, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IRON AND BRASH I AMTNUN.
Particular attention paid to repairing nil
kinds of machinery. lv9
M. M. HARVEY & CO.,
(LATE W. H. M'FARLAN I) & CO.,)
Opposite the hotels,
Force and Lift Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOVHE FVRNIKHINO HARDWARE,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
LARUEST STOCK IN THE VALLEY.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repiiirlna- Properly Done. 40v2
OREGON ft CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
Coiupanv. Und Department. Portland
Oregon, April 5, 1872. - Notice is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will lie
intituled against any and ever' Person
who trespasses mion anv Railroad Land,
bv cutting and removing timber t herefrom
before the same Is BOUGHT of the Coiupa
nv AN D PAID FOR.
"All vacant Land In odd numbered sec
tions, whether surveyed or unsnrveyed.
within a distance of thirty miles from the
line of the road, l)el0J1oMW,,'
j2vf ,Jllll Agent.
and denier in all kinds of
GAME, POULTRY. FISH ft DAIBY PRO
DUCE, Washington Market, Portland, Or.
t stall 18 Central Market.
Bkakcues j i0 m Fir9t street.
earUnnslgnments resiiectfnlly solicited
and returns promptly mado. 12in8
HAVING PURCHASED THE DXTER
est of 0. W. Young in the
I am prepared to'do anv and all kinds of
lobs, on short notice and with miiek dis
liatch. Tenhs reasonable. Packase de
livered to anv part of the city. 63f Look
out for the BAY TEAM and .IOB WAGON.
jOvt A. N. ARNOLD.
Coiicliitled from first page.
no chance to aek Iier, if I had dared "
replied the daughter.
James WrighUwi knew not how
to thahk the lady for her unexpect
ed kindness; but she re'ieved his
embalmment, and put him entire
I "Excuse foe, lady; but as you
I have been here suine time, will not
your family lie worried unless they
I know where yon are? I am at
your service to go and tell them if
"I declare," exclaiuied Miss Ed
son;"! never thought what time
can it be? Why, nearly 9 o'clock !"
she said, looking at her watch.
"And this was the night of the
party, too ! Well, I cannot help
it now ;' she added, alter a little
reflection, "would you be so kind as
to go to my house and tell father
where I am! Here is the address,"
and she wrote it for Mm.
Mr. Edson arrived with all speed,
and in a state of excitement and
surprise not to be expressed in words;
but he was a sensible man, and at
heart was not displeased with what
his daughter had done. As he took
her home, aftery everything had
been done for the comtint of the
Wrighton family, he asked her to
explain to him how she had fallen
into the unusual course. She ex
plained all to him, and the final
father drew his daughter closer to
him as he comuiend?d her, and
promised Iter pecuniary aid when
ever she might wish it ; but, he con
"What will nil your fine circle
of acquaintances say to'this? You
must have been sadly missed to
night." "I don't care what they say,
father. I am not ashamed of what
1 have done. I have learned a
good lesson in an unexpected way,
and while I shall occupy my usual
place in society, 1 shall also do all
I can to help those about me who
are in want and distress."
The next morning Miss Edson
went into Bagley & Co.'s store and
asked to see the senior partner. Mr.
Baglev came forward with his very
best smile. Miss Edson said :
"Mr. Bagley, you are in my debt
to the extent of five dollars."
"Ah ! how is that? I will pay
"Yesterday I paid a very 6mall
portion of one of your debts, viz :
five dollars on account, to Amy
"But I don't owe 'her that not
two dollars. Has she been in some
way gaining your sympathy, and
imposing upon you? Just like
those brutes !" exclaimed he, angri-
"No," replied Mis Edson, quiet
ly ; "she has neither been working
upon my sympathy, nor imposing
upon me. .She is a worthy and in
dustrious person, and as such I pro
pose to befriend her and protect
her from such men as you. You
may say t am interfering with what
is none of my affair, and meddling
with a mutally formed agreement;
but 1 Jm doing nothing of the kind,
for anyone has a right to interfere
when a poor, defenceless girl is im
posed upon ; and has a right to in
vestigate an agreement which is
made by unjust means. You are
one of the men who have held up
your head in society, and set your
relfupasan example for others;
and you are, at the same time, one
of the very meanest of men. You
offer a poor girl twelve cents, to
make what you sell for from three
to ti ve do! lars. You offer, but you
do not pa; even that small amount
when it is due, but keep the child
waiting when she needs the money
for daily bread. Such men as you
are the ones who do more than any
others living to drive young girls
toward destruction, by forcing them,
thro' absolute want, to take the
first step in the path so many de
scend, never to return. Our ac
quaintance is at an eud, Mr. Bagley.
Hereafter we are utter strangers.
And the indignant young lady
walked proudly from the store,
leaving the crestfallen proprietor
rather low-spirited as to hiR pros
pect of irnrnediately marrying the
; object of his choice ana adoration,
j 7'he Wrighton family now began
; to behold the dawn of a better day.
Mr. Wrighton was assisted to a sit
! nation which would be permanent,
I and his wife, although she never
i could recover, yet improved to such
j an extent that she was able to do
j many things. Amy was employed
I bv Miss Euson constantly, in manv
ways, and always was paid at rates
which were by no means small.
"Did I not "say," said James one
night, as they were cosily seated
before the fire, "that if wo trusted
in God, and tried to do oiir best,
He would not sutler us to be afflict
ed with more than we were able to
bear ? Truly, he is good to us."
And what did fashionable society
say about all this? Oh I fashion
able society was very much shocked
at first. H was so unaccountable.
But it con d not discard Miss Ed
son. She was too highly prized,
and retained her place, though con
tinually befriending the poor. iS'o
ciety gradually ceased to talk ; and
when some one unwisely ventured
to remark, although in a laughing
manner, "who ever would have
thought it, of Miss Edson?'' a
handsome gentleman, upon whose
arm Miss Edson was leaning, quiet
ly said, "I would," and looked lov
ingly down into the bright, happy
eyes which were soon to become
even as his own.
Talk no more of the Oregon style.
2'he following specimens of journal
istic cussitude in the way of style,
taken from papers published in
Southern Illinois (Egypt) beats us
In the office of the Carmi Times
they use slioe-pegs fortype, set them
up in an old quart cup, take proofs
in a boot-jack, lock the forms up in a
cheese hoop, and run off their Bddi
tion six quires ot browu waste
paper on a neighbor's cider press ;
their ink is manufactured out ot
equal parts of ashes and coal tar.
7'he editorial department is presid
ed over by BorneirresponsibliJ beings
lately escaped from the "Asylum tor
Idiotic and Eeeble-mind id chil
dren." As soon as they cn pro
cine an old, worn-out set of utencil
plates and a piece of red chalk,they
will issue their cabbage leaf in a
new and improved form. "Oh ! that
will bo Joyful." We don't charge
anything for this advertisement.
Mt. Carmel Meijhter.
The above is both flattery and
slander flattery for the Carmi
Times; vile, base, unmitigated
slander against the "shoe-pegs, old
quart-cup, boot-jack, cheese hoop,
brown paper, cider press, ashes, coal
tar, idiots, worn-out stencil-plates,
red chalk and cabbage leaf." Mt
Another sentence of death has
been commuted to imprisonment
for life by executive clemency. It
is the sentence of Donovan, the
murderer of George Minchell, at
Clayton, Cal., in 1871, lately pro
nounced at San Francisco.
Barely Escaped Burial Alive.
A woman in Yren Cysylite,
Wales, was ill, and apparently died,
lately. 1 'reparations were made for
the funeral, but just before the time
to place the body in the coffin her
husband perceived that, though in
sensible, she had moved. Friction
and stimulants freely applied caused
an indefinite postponement of her
burial. The man now pleads tem
porary insanity tor his, rash act
A gentleman in Iowa who recent
ly became the father of a fine bov,
and who naturally deemed it the
handsomest child eveTbom, thought
he saw n chance to gain a reputa
tion for liberality without the ex
penditure ot any money. So lit ot
tered a premium of $100 for the
prettiest baby that should be exhib
ited at an approaching fair, not
doubting that the judges must
award the prize to his own. There
were Dine entries, comprising seven
white and two uegroes, and one
of the negro babies gained the pre