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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1873)
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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
By COLL. VAX CLGTE,
IN REGISTER BUILDINGS, i
Comer firry and First Streets.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
One year Throe dollars. 1
Sii months. Two dollars, i
ingle copies Ten eents. i
Transient advertisements, licr square of
(en tines or less, first insertion l;eaeh
subsequent Insertion .r0c. Larger adver-
tiseinonts inserted on the most liberal
A pretty fair compliment from tlie
London Graphic :
By far the most pleasant compan
ion you can have is an American. You
cannot travel tar without meeting one.
and it you show the slightest disposi
tion to be sociable, it is probable that
be will turn out to be a highly agreea
ble companion. As a rule he is thor
oughly well informed ; knows all
about the country, the best hotels, and
the price ot everything ; is talkative
without being garrulous, freely gives
you his opinion, but, adhering to his
national feting of independence, is not
in the least put out it it i not taken.
Not that he is perfect : he is proud to
a fault of his country and her doings,
and is rather apt to bore you with in
vidious comparisons. . He contests that
nothing is impossible of achievement,
and some years ago, at a Parisian
tahle iVhote,'m intelligent New York
er seemed quite hurt tliat tlie writer
questioned his statement that a Trans
atlantic tunnel would tie begun and fin
ished by his conntrymen within eight
een months. Thus, proud of his na
tionality, our American imagines that
every one, from the guard of a rail
way train to the master of a monster
hotel, must carelully respect the stars
and stripes in the person of his own
humble self ; and certainly an Ameri
can does manage to secure a much
greater amount of attention abroad
than members of other less fortunate
countries. His invariable response,
wheu annoyed by the too close scruti
ny of an official, or when in an unex
pected difficulty, is, I am an Ameri
can ; send for my consul.' "
A mode! village is in course of
completion hi otic ot the suburban
districts of London, forelcrks, artisans,
laborers, and others of small means.
For the first seventy houses there were 1
two hundred applications. All are built I
on tlie most approved sanitary and
architectural principles. School, a lecture-ball,
baths and wash-bouses play
and cricket grounds and churches, are
provided for. The houses are com
modious, and each has a garden. The
rent of a house of nine or ten rooms is
from tfjo to $1 (XL The situatiou is one
Of the best in Loudon.
Very Plats. The New
Evening I'ost lets off this :
To expel the protectionists and the
"saiary-grabbers" from tlie Democratic
part' would be to beat out its brains
and amputate its legs. The inquiry is
Mill in order : "What is tlie policy of
the Democratic party?"
The trial of Nick O'Neil in Deady's 1
court in Portland, recently, excited a
good deal of interest. Of course the 1
prosecution labored for a venlict, but.
all without avail, as the jury were but
fifteen minutes in returning a verdict
of uot guilty
A Southern paper, speaking of a
man who was kicked by a horse, says :
"His life was extinct for a short time,
hut recovered so that he reached home
on Saturday night,"
Emperor William, of Oermeny, re
mains very ill at last dates. Reports !
of his death were in circulation, but !
they were denied by authority on the
On the 24th, the jury in the trial of
ex-Mayor Hall returned a verdict of
not guilty. The verdict was received
uproariously by the spectators.
A little girl was once asked the
following question: "What is faith?"
She replied, "Doing Goo's will and
asking no questions."
A golu bar valued at $2,613 .S3, as
sayed by Fred. Heller in 1866. has
been dug up by its owner and placed
in the banking house of C. W. Moore,
A company is forming in London
for the extension of railroads through
Thirteen persons were drowned by
the upsetting ot a ferry boat on the
Thames. London, on the 21st
"Weight for the wagon," sang the
Brigham Young was to have
been married last night Christmas
Refined kerosene is offered at
ten cents per gallon st Oil City,
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DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
elicek at sight.
Interest allowed on tlmedcposits in coin.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
and New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collection made and promptly remitted.
Refers to H. W. Corbctt, Henry Failing,
Bunking honrs from S A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1871-22vS
Something New In Dentistry.
DB. K. O. MMITII, DEHTINT,
nv. and lias the new in
vciitinn In mate work. which
consists in inserting teeth
in the month without covering the whole
roof, as heretofore. It gives the wearer the
wearer the free use of the tongue to the
roof of the mouth in talking and tasting.
It is Iho Smith & Purvine patent.
Teeth extracted without pain. Plates
mended, whether broken or divided.
Bar Office First st reef, east of Con net's
Bank (up stairs!, Albany, Oregon. 7vi
A. YV. GAMBLE, H. D.,
Physician. Surgeon, etc.
OFFICE AST RESIDENCE- At the late
residence of John C. Henden hall, near
the Foundry, First street, Albany.
October 22, M73y
Groceries & Provisions,
HAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW GROCER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
and First street, with a fresh stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Candies, Cigars, To
bacco. Ac, to which he invites the atten
tion of our citizens.
In connection with the store he will keep
a Bakery, and will always have on hand a
full supply of fresh bread, crackers, 4c.
Call and see mo.
r AM PREPARED TO IK) ALL KINDS
1 of turning ; keep on hand and make to
order rawhide-bottomed chairs, Ac. shop
near the Mills and Hosiery, Jefferson , Ore
gon. Branch shop near ''Magnolia Mills,"
Allmny, where orders for chairs, turning,
c, can be left. JOHN M. METZLKU
Jefferson , Atlg. S, 1D7S
PETERS & SPEIDEL,
MA.M MITIBEB8 OF
Of Kvery Descriptiou,
ALB AW, OREGON.
MANUFACnTRB TO ORDER ANY
and all styles of
Wagons, Carriages, Hacks,
Ac., at as reasonable rates as the use of
g wu mm t-i uu nun urBl'-vnm WOTK Will 1US
Repairing neatly and expeditiously done
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry between First and Second
PETERS A SPEIDEL.
Albany, March 7, 187S-27
OREGON A CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
Company. Und Department, Portland
Oregon. April 5, WTl-Notlce is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will be
Diftitnted against any and every person
who trespasses upon any Railroad Land,
by eiittingand removing flmbertherefrom
ta?i!5eLfe.iolIOHT,f ,he Compa
ny AND PAID tOR.
All vacant Land In odd nnmbered sec
tions, whether surveyed or unsnrveyed,
within a dlatenee of thirty miles from the
line of the road, belongs to the Company.
I. R. MOORE8,
i Wnll9A .J1? tl! AH
fll!AV classes of wortrrat people, of
either sex, voung or old. make more mon
y work for as In their snare moment.
orsH the ttoe, !ha"ythlngls. far
T. W. HAKR1S. II. J. BOVOHTOK.
Physicians and Surgeons,
OFFICE-OVER A. CAROTHERSAWs
Residence of Dr. Harris- Fonrtli-st., four
blocks west of the Court House. Resident)
of Dr. Boughton -Opposite Dr. Tate, on
Third street. novltTS
W. C. TWEEDALE
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
WILL STRIVf TO KEEP THE REST
of goals in my line, ami tril at the fmc
et living ratet. Call ami n -. UrS
HKKBl F. KAYBS,
General Business. Insnrauce Agent.
Notar yj? ixlbllo .
SPECLiL ATTENTION' given to tlie ad
judication of accounts. Collections
made In all parts of the State.
Office next door above Bee Hive Store,
First street, Albany, Oregon. v5nS0
J. W. BALDWmT
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WHX PRACTICE l.V ALL THE Courts
in the 2d, 3d and 4th Judicial Dis
tricts, in tho Supreme Court of Oregon,
and In the V. S. District and Circuit Courts.
OFWPE-In Parrish brick, (up stairs), in
office occupied by the late X. II. Cranor,
First street, Alliany, Oregon. toSve
D. M. JONES. J. LINSKY HILL.
PHYSICIANS AND SOSOEONS,
CURES ALL INTERNAL AND EXTER
nal Aches and Pains; Purldes the
Blood: Regulates the Liver ; Cures Agnes
and bad Colds. Dont be without it Sold
LEFFEL A DIVERS'
And Ueneral Mill Haehutery.
J. F. BACKEXSTO, Agent,
51vS Albany, Oregon.
a. H. HICK, a. !.,
Surgeon & Phjslclan.
Flist street, lietween Ferrv
uiiltilltin . ... ra.i.i.i
Street, two blocks belOW or east of Metho
dist C hnrch, Alliany, Oregon. vSntO
WHY SAY THIS DAMAGING AND
troublesome complaint cannot bo
cured, when so many evidences of success
might 1h' placed before you every dav
cures of supposed hopeless eases Your
physician informs you that thclongeryou
allow the complaint to exist, you lessen
your chances for relief. A'ijWicnce A
aught this in all rasex.
A. Carothera A Co. Pile Pill and
are all they are recommended to bp Will
cure Chronic, Blind and Bleeding Piles in
a very short I i irie, and are nmwnirnt u, usr
This preparation is sent by mail or ex
PfSto any point within the United States
at II SO jier package.
Address, A. CAROTHER8 A CO.,
"vS Box J3, AlSany, Oregon.
J. C POM' ELL. L. FMNN
POWELL Ac FLIXM,
Attorney and Counselors at Law
AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY (L.
Fl nn notary public), Alliany, Oregon,
Uillcctions and conve)-anccs promptly at
tended to. 1
Albany Book Store.
DEALER IN MISCELLANEOU8BOOK8,
School Bcks, Blank Books, Stat Ionei v
Fancy Articles, Ac. 1
llooks imported to order, at shortest pos
sible notice. ' v5n30
OFFICE IN PARRISH BRICK BIXK;K.
comer First and Ferry streets. Resl"
denec- Corner Fifth and Ferry streets.
Office hours from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m.. nnd
1 to S o'clock p. m. 1KV4
THE BAT TEAM 8TIIX LITEM,
A ND IS FLOURISHING LIKE A Okeek
. i-v. tTee- Thankful for past favors,
and wishing to merit the continuance ot
the same, the BAY TEAM will always lie
reiifly, and easily fonnd, to do any liaiiling
within the city limits, for a reasonable
compensation, 6&D ellvery ofUood
a Specialty. A. N. ARNOLD -
FOR SALE !
rpHE CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
REAPERS & MOWERS.
Halae Header, (Wood's Improved.)
CooallUroT Indiana rams Wag.
The Emel and Vibrator Threshers,
(best machines on the coast.
Mar JPlowa, and other machines
Csil.see.and get price and term before
buying elsewhere, Sf my Blacksmith Shop,
corner Seeoad and Ellsworth sts., Albany,
vsm" riAEK WOOD.
MONROE &. STAICsEH,
Monunents, Obelisks, Tombs,
Head and Fool Si one.
California, Vermont and Italian
BBAXCH SHOP AT ALBANY.
cy of Br. J S. (oleman'a Coiunound
hxtract of Eucalyptus can lie desired, than
the following summary of cases, treated
with this remedy alone, by that eminent
Shvslelan, Dk. Da vi n Wis sti c, in the U.
. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, reiort
ed In the Amrust No. HS74I Parwc Mid.
JottrniU: BSIIdhMI UPNSCaiS ?r
at Cases Treated. (Mrnl. Im'il.
Resnlttenl ever S ff
Chills and Fever IV 19
Typhoid Fever 9 9
Innant. ofKMney 4 3 1
ninretla 19 7 3
Ineontlncncc olT'rlne S S
Ntrleture 6 4 a
Inflam. or Bladder 27 SS 9
Blennorhngla IS 10 2
Maenscorthelleai-t.. 7 7
Dysentery 4 3 1
Chroulr Diarrbwa. . . . 12 9 4
Gonorrnera m 15
Completely corrobo atlve of the above,
are Hie reports of the expen'ments with
Eucalyptus by Pp. Lorrimer, of Berlin
Prussia, and Dr. Heeler. Chief Physician
of the Austrian Railway Co.. published in
the An. MM. Jour. Jniy, 1872.
It will be found very efficacious in obsti
nate cases of Dyspepsia, Bronchitis. Hack
ing Cough. Chronic Sore throat, Leiicor
rlica, etc., and in nausea during pregnan-
. ui r.ueniyp-
HA i l( and ABVK,
and is warranted to
cure every case treated
Sti8SP Becoming to directions,
7 rSrl 4 u-ithmit il... I..;..i...
nine and arsenical rem
edies for that disease. Also pure flnid ex
tract of Eucalyptus, in one pound bottles,
for physicians' use Beware of imitations,
and take none hut Coleman's. For sale
everywhere, and by Hodge C'sletACo.,
Druggists, Portland. Agents for Oregon.
The standaitl remedy for Cons;h, In
flneusa. litre Throat, Whooping (tough,
Croup, Lh'tr Complaint, BroneMis.Blinling
of the Lungs, and everv affection of the
Throat, Lungs and Chest, including CtW
8CM1TI0N. W totar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
does not dry up a Cough, but loosens It ,
cleanses the lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of tne.complaint .
None genuine nnless signed I. Rrrrs.
Prepared by Sftii W. Fowls A Sons, Bos
ton. Sold by BBDINGTON, HOSTKftKB A
Co.. San Frimcls -o, and by dealers gen
DR. Lfc RICHAU'S
Aft r t u vsars' trial on this Toast has
proves if sell ths only cuntivs In s certain class
1 r disease, pronounced by Dieaicai prscunoD
ers as Incurable.
Dr.Lelicban's GOLDEN BALSAM No. i
cures Chancres first and second ages, Sore on
the Legs or Body; Sore Ears, Eyes, Ross, c.j
Copper-colored Blok-bes, SyphiUtie Catarrh,
niseased Scslp, and all priiisry forms of the
disease known as Syphilis. Pries, 5 pw bot
tle, or two tor $9.
Dr.LsBichaa's GOLDEN BALSAM He. 2
cares Ternary, Morcurlal, Syphilitic Rheums,
tism, Pains in the Bones, Barkof Its Keck, t'l,
canted Bora Throat, Byrhllitio Rash. Lumps
sad Contracted Cords, BtiUhew of the Limbs,
and eradicates all diseases horn the system,
whether caused by Indiscretion or abase of
msrenry-lesving the blood par and bssshy.
Price, 15 per bottle, or two for 9.
Dr. Le Bichae's GOLDEN SPANISH AN-
ttdote, for the Core of Gonnorhoss, Gleet, bit-
uravei, ana au unuaiy cr uswiai
Rtee, fa.w per notue.
Sr. Le liekan'i GOLDEN SPANISH IN-
taction, wash and injection tor severe case
ot GoanorhoM, Inflammatory Gleet, Sttlc tares,
and all diseases of the Kidneys sad Bladder.
Price, I1JW per bottle.
AIm Aetata tor Di. IE KlOEATrB OOLDEH
l lor seminal wessons, mgn smu.
Inpotancy. and all diseases atisao from
SAd SI salve souses. Price. IS
The senoine Gouts Baiaui Is
pat p mly to rosbottles.
V nevm a VK.i ii'ii.ii MHiim. wtu
to all part ot n conesry By i
C. W. RICHARDS 4 00. mar