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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1874)
By COM CLEVE,
IN REGISTER BUILDINGS,
Corwr ?rry and Ftr $trt.
ia vw . . Three dollars.
P?iR& :Two dollars.
agle eops AlAUkTm CMtt.
Idubskflvo 50 each. e
dvktfdtlen.;... i ft 1
Transient advertisements, per square of
n lines "or less, first Insertion fl; each
bseqnewt WMla M-' Urger adver-1
vjefnsuU.Mft" P mo8 liberal ;
Iteeftil and we.
to Keep GtTM 'Aaaittr. Dis
olve il in as little cold rain water
. a possible, then add alcohol. Toil
; (reserves it, '
Hungry Nut-Oaks. One
uound of flour, one pound of sugar,
Ju8iiunem poiwd of butter, six
jgjjp, two teaspouimui cream-tartar.
extract, which was found to con
tain 2 8 per cent, nitrogen, while
the prtlW s?b,u8Kfl loaves oon
tain 3.58 per cent. From this it
wmld seem that, -unless we con
trive to (fcvoasAlie whole lea iwe
lose the larger portion of the nitro
gen. Melted Butter to Serve
of tknir and six outos ot butter
smoothly togetner on a plate ; put
into a lined saucepan ami pour in
a pint of milk or sweet cream; keep
stirring it oue way over a sharp
fire ; let it bull for a "minute or.two,
when add the chopped yolks and
whites offchree hardboiled eggs and
serve in a sauce-bowl.
An OriitlMlKtrl 4peni Troup.'.
An extraordinary pulpit enter
tainment has been produced in
Lima, Peru, by an Italian named
Contarujj, who, proposes to carry
his exhibition to &rwpc. lie has
tauubt and trained, bv dint of
ine teaspbou of soda, one-balf cap great patience aud perseverance), an
m sweet milk aud halt a pint ot opera company, made up of -thirty
hickory nuts chopped fine.
The Philadelphia Medical
Wm calls the attrition of its
readers to the tact that glycerine
may be used as a means of dis
guising medicines, such as castor
oil, turpentkie, ood-liver oil, etc.,
mpre eipecially when one or two
drops of oil of cinnamon or some
pier volatile oil lias been added.
Corn mealj heated and placed fa
bags, is reooBarnended as a 6ub
gtitatefor hot water bottles and
such Wke appliances for restoring
warmth to the sick. It is said to
"Weigh less, retain its heat longer,
and does not chill when cold.
HoRSftltAtJISI! iw Pickle.
Horseradish grated and mixed
with .flicjflfi njill, prevent mold
forming on tlie top of jars. Leaves
of horseradish laid over the ) top
Will answer the same purpose. It
i said that this pungent root, it
aud mixed with cider, and
Bn With the food, wiH both pre-
veut and 9r -pw1)'- ; t r
Washing Rag Carpets. A
rag carpet should not be waste! as
long as itcan be avoided. It 6oils
much easier after being once
washed, 'besides fading. If tliere
are grease spots, a little hard soap
rubbed oa, thee washed- off with
hot water and well rinsed, is a
cood wav to remove theW; or
some aqua ammonia is equally as
CocojustiT Uake Two eggs;
beat the whole to a stiff froth one
and aba cups of sugar half a
cupof bujtter; half a cup" of sweet
milk; ne teaspoontbl of cream
i tartar; one teaspoouful of soda;
two aud a quarter cups of flour;
halfacupof cocoanut; flavor of
lemon. !:,' Va: '
Cutlets op Veal. When the
piece of veal is eboseni divide, each
Done separately ; break an egg and
wet the pieces with it, then roll Jtjr
a bread . eitmba, aftew j (tying
them i'u lard. ' Make a gravy with
butter, pepper and salt, mixed with
the bread crumbs. Adv part of
the veal, almost, cut in, small
pieces, may be dressed in thi 1 same
way. Tbisdisb must be thoroughly
done to be good.
Nutritive Value ok Black
Tlw. Tea is not only to be con)
Bidered as a stimulant, but also as
nourishment. That people who
use tea are able to live longer and
do more work on an . insufficient
aamrt of fbod,;tiW,'fVf1. wll.
abstain from the beverage, is
attributed to its power of prevent -
of the body, and in
economy may be com-
saved is twice
the large: amount
, it may also
to a certain extent,
it worifi his
bow much ot
iufiiMon. tieaamBad Wt
parrots and -' parroquet, who I per
form Ivq of , Bellini's operas
,,Norina'Vai)d,i"omiiaimbu)a,'' on a
miniature stage, with full chorus
and recitative. The director and
maimer accompany the artists on
a piaoo-harniouium, aud the - per
fection with whic,h each bird sings
his part and the' excellence ot the
chorus are prodigious. The debut
ot the lyrieownithological company
in "Norma" was attended by the
wealth and fashiun of Lima.
When the parroquet tftat sang the
.contralto finished the, allegro in
the "Salutation to the Moon,"
such I was the I enthusiasm, the
shouting and applause at bearing a
bird sing the Casta Diva, that the
bird orjajpaBj, afrighted took flight
and sought refnge among the, side
sceiief. This- interrupted the per
formance for fiilly quarter ot an
hour, and 8ignnr Contariui had to
tranquilie the "artists" by giving
them bread soaked in wine
Thenceforth the expressions of ap
probation vere moderated in order
not to spoil the play. It appears
that the bird artists have now be
come accustomed to the applause.
The correctness and propriety with
which they give certain parts ot
the opera are wouderful. The
primo tenero possesses all the airs
arid graces ot the school of Mario,
and the ladies of Lima have named
the prima donna Patti At least
this is the story as told by one of
i- 41JU.T OX.Ji i. ...u
me hub rrapers- peumu wiiu
have any imagination to spare will
pltse awpt tjiis draft .-upon it.
A oaxty (Iowa) man, notic-
mg his wood-pue grow small and
those loaded sticks in the kitchen
Awe lift cineJi'luTtpare
ner ainner. in aooui two minuies
she started out through the top of
the house attended by the griddle,
frying pan, and part of the oven, to
interview the moon. She is ex
pected back the-lilter irt oi iw xt
A Giiob Shot. 'the appended par-
Lurnikk tomes trom California, March
beauti uuy less, tflfotwn tne
bined efforts of several of bis
bastififeDQwder. la bSaiful
ance hS faithful stfMise pUt
inn the waste
oared to m flpucia
n n troflflrit osnwme
- , . T I J K : i i 1 1 1 j
a direct weaioi m
To the Tux-Payers aud Lu
ll Clasc of
' P'lJiir, .l borJng Men fall
How tbe Vori-uplnc Vttm H QuiUfi
Anepondedt. of ffiiN
Stream (New York) writes: To meet
the constantly recurring question,
"How does the porcupine throw its
olosii'al collection. Hie director, Mr
CcMiklin. wlio has kinillv furnished me WiiEKKs.ThraiDrliix)lltk'alkn(L-niaiul
these facts, had pceaslw, to, euter the mmjSiW &
eats of Llim county have beem criminally
iuu;luctc(l and outrageously taxed, and t lie
will of the people, tlirouh petition and
.odternu iue-l. 4uvH'Mly dtsre
6l)li;atioiif contraetca, in open disregard
ofjusiteccnomyand indirect violation of
the constitution and law: therefore, be It
urn? Jk i-Hsij
1 That. asiFaAiwi Mft'lufelcs
n.l Jjilij'iiiK Men, f e cut Onrsais leose
m loon auanx.
large aviary, where, as a matter of
present convenience, he had placexl
some specimens of the white-haired
porLpiniiOii .j-nttpv). mm
he also placetl a young hare. The
latter Immediately sought cover in
oticeftstfie totiij, a a!j poa-up'ujfe lay
eumA Aitluji thefcune enclustfre.-- ft
iselliiip.i tlie lattel vtlmat
is aaMMlF aiK, J '
instance, true to Its nature, tne' crea
ture hugged the floor, presenting his
hack anil tail, but securely concealing
l.; I ...... l t'..,.f n. I , :., ..
box of less than IKWve t K!ffiSZig
Troiaall Birtv ohliLration
nu jaiiyamuer a LiainerimHHiBiioiigD u
iiiifHeesin wlio tiaror, nan jaf a
lies, rings, cuuihiniitii
ext mvag.mce, WiiPd
l. of tno-
HwT extravagance, H(Kdigara of
economy m County, state and Nation.
Therefore, as Farmers, Mechanics, und
Laboring men of nil classes, we call upon
"haun t ms eye oil
'er oflfreffirfflre'; H"t
ensconceu closely cacti in its own
manner, at opposite corners. Mike,
who iWJSiirs "'hadn't Ms ejesroff
for," savs he, "we picked out over
minaret! from him " "true, says
Mr. Conklin ; "but the most suigulaP
circumstance is that the hare was
literally covered the quills; that is,
they .vere plunged into the nose, ears,
feet, body, and, too, on both sides."
Nothing will convince Mike that the
quills were not shot off tike so many
barbed javelins bv some inherent pro-
pellinjjKwcr. The jgorcupine, whose
M.lt('IIJS,ls71.toeleet delegates toattend
a County (.Convention, to be held in Albany,
HrMli tlOTttlerslWllii'ct ivoflrty.
( nnmiiates tor an county imices. kmo
nroclnct will be entitled to one delegate
for even- twent'.-ftve votes. Also, to elect
"ET.kvkn Delegates to attend an Indeieinl-
ent state Convention, to be neld at Salem,
on nc.ta.U. ril !, 1874.
W 8 Elk ins,
Jos Klk ns,
J Wase mi,
P II Howell,
J K Smith,
spliswamiweJrjl consplcjious Htxj&l
tliiulrile. whan amii5i.il fiir itafaiisp I TGUlll.
throws up the mask which conceals j o'Ifa
his battery, and lu, tiie long liaiis of Pwtpl
his back have been nftedfrotna slileld- " Tr
The Temperance ladies held another
meetfngln tM Methodist Church yes
terday afternoon, hut no plan of actWIi
w-dtddti. !i InltetMiw of the
discussion which the ladles held at this
meeting. Mrs. W. Kalksaid lier hus
band had iutormed her that there was
a brand of whisky in the market called
vSentUr' Whisky," nBiwiafter Gov
ernor Booth, and sold by the house ol
wbioji lk) was A,tnemben i j She suggest-
ed that (iovertior
ale their temperance movement, and
she hoped that feminine prayers might
lie peculiarly efficacious In that quar-
"TVi mft 1'i.ia) uujluA.'l.lM'r .Iff
like patch, which is closely beset with
short quills. The short tail also bears
a large statfe of Jbu Vvipons. These
quills ' aw verj3 fniely pointed M
barbed ; they are also set so loosely in
the skin that the slightest plunge into
the enemy suffices to tlx them, where
they remain not only to tease the
victim, hut to create a dangerous
irritation. The liabit of the creature
when aroused wHl'sTi5W flow" Be" tUS-'
charges (he ,. .(.milbj. , t He crouches
closely to cobeeal the vulnerable -arts,
and tlieu, presenting the quills towtird
tlieetietny. uniHasiKid, H'iks tbeui in
by qfiicCTy repeated qdebtr'froni
the tail. So rapidly does he thrust
ajidTecoVer bj wcp)0ii the action is
not readily uotked ; the effects are,
however, luasfpalualik. . Wiujk that
n-rturaiists hav usim II)' refilled this
as the true explanation of the habit.
We may add this as a fresli instance
wtiiub iM)rJttieftl-f eve'Of somff one
lMfl b Wlitied to sk: "Uois the
porcupine slioots its qitms?'
AsiffN fAPA iVb iNPIItrTCM.
The following pretty good and very
amusing thing is told through' the
newspapers' r""'! "
ltisrtidtltt9ir Walter Cambell,
who was lately in a tucrcautile hr;n in
New York, wished to marry an Amer
ican lady of -good position in the Um
pire State. I 'pon his applying to the
young lady's father, the patent seated
that he always referred all those ques
t ions to 1 lis wife. The mother in her
turn stated that, she nwtst refer it to
the Dttke"of Atyte. TheDuke plead
ed that, o)t)idering his conheciion
with royalty, be Must consult bis klest
sort. ' Tiie Mflrqiiis otHd do nothing
witkfMtt tfbfy Queen's consent. Her
Majesty telt Unit tbe issue must be re
ferred to the Duke of Saxe Cobnrg
Gotha, awaiLt he family. The
1'uke reTOnetr-Wiat:- since the" recent
changes in Germany, he looked upon f cwT&tMii
Wf .iptroFAVfliUm 'l.h sovereign. I s sK
and must how to tils advice. The Em-1 A Pw . j
nernrsniil l,fl tvmM iln nfilhiiiir without ' iS'S Wadkinds,
at all. one way or the other; and so
the question tfli marry or rot to mar
ry was brought to a dead-lock, j
ffj A dtpattfiroiaSf ew Jprk, i arch
1st. gives the annexed:
11 Toe iY'.iv'rfitorday publishes tlio fol
lowing interesting facts in reference to
lei now oemg
his city: inere are now! in
: J l ,lnq list,
, J II (iih aore,
K Lilfe!tj t
1 A Krwin.4 1
i S A Nick rson,
I (I W WlKeler,
UFBhid r tt,
W B Oils n.
J W Mcii night,
i a XiUllv. ,
i John Iln. I.
, David Smith,
tieo vt lun, j
fi K (rilmore,
W B Donaca,
r 0 Ifusard,
( W Young, '
F Pttrton, 2 '
BW Baker, '
J Ble vins,
K K Fanning,
J B JenkH,
0 P Knighton,
W ( iohtolJewy,
J A UoGhee,
.1 W MeUhee,
li II Raber,
B W Hamilton,
Jax K Charlton,
J Mew mail
F II Smith,? .;
Wm J Cwbtree,
J WCary, .
Asa II Peterson,
it r ciayjiooi.
J B Titus,
5 K Young,
J A Powell,
(i W Collar,
li W Kessfciiee,
L F Smith,
W P Anderson,
R A M Farland,
. F Bm:kensto,
W (i Harris,
J B Parrish,
A M Wilson,
W A Peterson,
D Simons, Jr.,
J M Marks,
W Miller, ,' Hi
J G Rowe,
A C Vernon,
K P MeCliire, ;
4 H Simpson,
JV L Vane.
W II Miller, 1
L K Blain,
B M Cook,
s I mi i can.
J A PlnmiiKir,
T It Curl,
, J X naudls,
J P CraTtrree,
J I) South,
A W Chariot on,
A II Charlton,
J A McIIenry,
' " B
the stihiect of the relief
granted- to tile poor M Wew
howtni! in part the destitution
V . . ..
ig iu tin
operation' twelve soup houses, at which
1.1,000 persons were yesterday lurmsn
ed with sotirr2,D00 g:illons of which
are distributed daily at these establlsh
Infen. MWIftiajMB pubiisha jjumnr
ous inuA wherrpoor people wlio
were alinosp In a starving, condition
have htm MeitqX, 'M;0mm
societies with money, clotliing. fuel
and provisions. It U believed that the
effmt-' matte tAMlleve the dertitute ot
Xew York liave been tlie menus of
savinc inauv lives.
and Senator-elect i . tnoi idMmmuBauilim'trfAdv
a subject as 'Hie lollowinir Is a dispatch ffom
hicb to itiiti-l pMUiwmWrrii1ttliAardi4tljj
tu the -Ledslaturc yesterday the
Hultrage presenrexi a in;
w S Smith,
Joab Powell, Jr,
Erter, L R South,
.las ti joiinson
C J lA-ever,
K L Plnmmer,
J W (iarland,
P C Clurk,
DJ HECTOR Y.
JJiMter Daniel Clark. Salem P. O.
Secretary' J. II. Smith, Hanlsimrg. f),
OtvTwrr Wm. Cyrus, SdlO.
Zr'ii-WgiJi4Uitcr. Walla Walla, .i.
iWmiW ft. ?. (Jtfls. "
Ltidit A&ewml-- MnLi'liloe i)V. -.
eWm --Antlxmy' SlinTvHi'valHU.1
Trmio r;-B.'A; wnwu. iiuiiet
n . . r... .... I' . a. .til I
PETERS & SPEIDEL,
MANOKACTek' I'S Of
Or Every Bmcripl jm,
ALBANY, OKt c;o.
or' ::r any
and all styles of
Wagons, CuriingcR, YlackR,
Ac., at as reasonable rates ns
good material and nret-claas we
Repairing neatly and expedit
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry lietween First add Second
PF.TKRS 1 SI I IPFX.
Albany, Mai-eh 7, 18727
he use of
h will jus-
MOKROE & STAICIER,
Monuments, Obelisks, Tombs,
II'ad and Foot Stoneg,
Executed in ' ;
SAXES! . OREGON.
HKAM'H SUOP AT ALBANY.
No bet t ei
evi lence of
SJ ()f Ur;' oIcdiih'k Coitinonnd
wlraet of Euealyptiiscan liclcsiiixCtlian
the following snmmhi of insfs, treated
i"i this n-medy alone, bv that eminent
lihcsieian. Dh. Dvvir Wo'sti h, hi the V.
8. AHirina Hospital. San rnwiolseo.ioport
ed in the August So, iWJ1 i',,ne tUni
A Om" TrtHtetf. Curni. Jmhl.
Ilemlttent ver 0 5
4 hilla and Fever 19 9
Typhoid Fever' 9 g
IHlireUa jo 5 S
Ineontlnnareori'rlii a j
Mrietnre 9 4 i
IiiflniH.orBladder S7 25
Kleantirhnirta jg io a
liUeaNforihe llearl. . 7 7
emery . 4 a
Cbrville Otarrlira.... r .g 4
Gonorrhcea 15 ij
o'Pj- e a ,'n
Completely eorrobo ative of the above,
art' the Deports of the enieritnama with
RUMthMM by Dr. Lorrlmer. of. Rerlin,
Prussia hiu Dr. Keeler, Chief Phvsieian
of the Austrian BallwayCo., foliHsh.'d in
the Am. it 'I. Jvur. July, tf!-.
It will be found very eftlcaiiloiiin obsti
nate cases or Dysfiepsla, Blwichftis, Hack
ing Cough. Chronic Sore, throat, Leacor
rhea.etcniidin nausea (rtrring pregnancy.
T.ttnt or Rnealyp-
tm is a IPpcjAj prepai-H-tinil
for tlie rrehtiflrntnl
FKVri, and AfiVK.
.-r-aiid is Harraiitrd l
rare everv ense ti-ealed
a'OrilUg U diictjons.
without the injurious
resullsof the nsnal Qui
nine ilihI ursiMllcul rem
edies for that disease. Awo pnru'flnid e.
tnart of Eifealyptua, in one inuini! bottles,
for physician' use Bei(aief toittatlons,
and take none but lolciiiimV Pat wilo
eyerywheiv, and by lloflge Calel Co.,
Uriiggists, Portland. Agents for 1 regon.
PATRONS OF HtlSSflNDSY.
XDR. RICHATJ S
After tun yetn trial on thWCout hu
pivren itself the only curative in certain i bum
mfdiimueH pronounced ly Buecllcri pwntitkui
crs u incurable.
Dr.LeBichao's GOLDEN BALSUTHo.1
curei Chancres first and secenct itagea, Area on
the Legs or Body; Bora Ears, Eyes, Nose, kt.f
Cbwer-oolored Blotcqas, Syyhiutie Catarrh.
Diseased Scalp, and all primary forms of tbe
41s)uMklown as gypbaUa, ; Price, $5.perbot
He, or two tor $9.
Dr. Le Sichaas GOLDEjtl BiLSAM No. 2
care Tertiary, Mercnriat, ByphllftW Itbeiima,
tism. Pains in the Bones, Backof the Neck, UL
canted 9oro Throat, Byphijitio bah, Lumps
ana uontractoa uoras, mumess f tne urnns.
Mrs: .(anc Cvrns. Alo.
rowci'e. ii "'iln.
m 'u-Texas on the object and
valiw rftteSotleii llisterical
MmmmiMIMsniMi 'mOBiiMoffto tbe
wmeW.'BflWwllrand srgally. fiall
Mrs. M. It
niA-a -Mrs. L. O.'IWrd. MeMlnnvWlo.
, . jueaOamm' -Daniel CMrkitailrm; a
t, IfT Onrtiey, Teh'Mile, rjouglasCo.: i jrley j
Hull, Walla1 walla; Q. 'A. WdH lfmsia j
Tlsta; Thomas Munkers.Sclo; A. B. Hcjury, i
V!'. "J."!': . .
oniMF wr ciitrM tisramf
)S'i.jiiint'W.F.' Alexander. !
irtiiirm r snemr. r nKi.
all dlseages frpm the iystem.
I by indiscretion or abuse ot
y leaving the blood purs and healthy
f bottle, orrwo forfO.
Price. $5 perl
Dr. Le lieta's 60LDES, SPANISH AN
ttdote, for the Curs of Oonnorhoss, Glest, Irri
tation, dravel, and all Urinary or Oenlts)
dtarranfemeats. Price, $3.00 w bottle.
Dr. Le Ritiufl's G9LHJBH SPlHISB IK-
jectlon, a wash and injection for sricrs case
ol eoonarhosa, Inflanmttory QJe.Bfrlcturtx
and all dlaeasoa of the Kidneys and Bladder.
Priest UM pip bottle, i . (-,
put op only to round bottles.
svisail. casaisls usbd sad Jmt nop "e-
lllsaito sad BstsU praaw w
6 6 eet emL ash. aud 25.5 of
- - r
' tfci. Jtt'r WV'
' m eacn Biwk