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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1874)
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COLL. VAN CLF.VE, '
SUBSCRIPTION -IN ADVANCE :
One ropy, one yea 8 00
rive opte, one jrer 13 80
Tea copies, one yer 90 00
Any one getting np ft Club of tve,and
forwarding $14 50, will receive the sixth
Special Inducements offered to persons
desirous of canvassing for subscriptions
to the Kkuiktkk.
The county commissioners of
Randolph county, Illinois, at their
session last week, established the
alary ot county officers as follows :
County Judge, $1,500; County
Clerk, 2,000 salary and $2,400
lor clerk hire ; Circuit Clerk, $2,000
salary and $3,400 for clerk hire
deputies and bailiffs. School Super
intendent shall be allowed all nec
essary time employed in visiting
tcbools, provided he shall not be so
employed over 155 days, at $4 per
day, to gether with all commis
ons ot bis office ; Assessor and
Treasnrer, $1,400 salary, exclusive
of fees of deputies, to be paid by the
The Mountaineer says there will
probably be collected in Wasco
county about $16,000 taxes for
county purposes, which will leave
about $3,000 to apply on indebted
ness ot $1 1,656 leaving the county
in debt at the end of the year
$8,657. The current expenses of
Wasco county for the year ending
June, 1878, were $14,904. The
expenses of the county tor this year
are likely to be $1,900 less than
last year, which w not to be at
tributed to any abatement ot fees
and salaries, but to the fact that
there has been less criminal expense
to the county, and other irregular
expenses, as shown by the exhibit
An Idaho school teacher has in
troduced a new feature in his school.
When one of the girls misses a
word the boy who spells it gets per
mission to kiss her. The result is
that the girls are fast forgetting
all they ever knew about spelling,
and while the boys are improving
with wonderful rapidity.
Two hundred and eighty Menon
ite families arrived at Yankton,
Dakota in, April. They had al
ready sent instructions to their
friends there to procure stock and
lands for them, and have gone to
work to make that wilderness blos
som. A young man named Howard
was arrested on a charge of seduc
tion by the Sheriff of Lane county
-at Junction a few days ago. He
is brother to a man under arrest at
the game place of a charge of
Dick, the fisherman, on Thurs
day morning last landed upon the
Vancouver wharf a monster stur
geon measuring ten feet and four
inches in length, five feet and nine
inches in circumference, and weigh
ing nearly 700 pounds. We be
lieve h to be the largest fish ever
captured in the Columbia.
Mr. Henry Voerg, who left
Salem two years since because the
place was so dull, and weut East,
has come back to stay.
I " ' .;. .;, , i m i
The pottery at Buena Vista now
uses steam power, which greatly
lrxamt!it'ir capacity -
coBurKMiosa or am invalid,
Pnbnahed as warning and for the ben
efit of Young Men and others whojsuffer
from NERVOUS DKEttlTT, LOSS OF
MANHOOD, etc., pointing out the means
of self-cure. Written by Nathaniel May
fair, Esq., whoenrad himself after under-
?oing considerable quackery, and mailed
roe on receiving a post-paid directed en
velope, by the publisher,
HE. JOHN M.J0A6NA
t5mS 11 Cllnton-8f., Brooklyn, W. T.
' ' ' A
W. H. McFARLAND,
(LATE M. M. HARVEY A CO.,)
N'-xl diior to Conner's Bank,
Force and Lift Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOUNE rUBNISHINO HARDWARE,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
LARGEST STOCK III THE VALLEY.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing; Properly Done
A. P. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Maclitn
And all kinds of
IRON AND RkASS CASTINOS.
Pnrtlcnlnr attention paid to repairing all
kinds of machinery. 41v3
A. (MOTHERS & CO.,
Dialers in '
CHEWK-ALS, OILS, PAINTS, DYES
ULASN, LAMPS, ETC.,
All the popular
FINK CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
and Toilet Moods.
Particular care and promptness given
Physicians' prescriptions and Family Reo
A. CAROTHER9 A CO.
Harder In Albany
HABXKVER YET BEEN KNOWN, AND
no threatening of it at present.
Is a thing which sometime most befall
every son and daughter of the human fam
ily ; and yet,
At the mid-day,
Of your life, if disease lays his vile hands
upon you, there is still "a balm In GUead,"
by which you may be restored to perfect
'healt h. and prolong your days to a miracu
By calling on
R, C. irfLL & SON,
With a proscription, where you can have
it compoTineMw erne eiperlenoed in that
particular line. Also, constantly on hand
good assortment of fresh drug, patent
medicines, cVmloals, paints, oils, dye
stuffs, trusses, etc Agents for the
(Vlebrftted ttk Wed euJy
Or. Oregon Rheumatic Cure ! Dr. D. Jayno
MTA Native Powder,
kept In stock. Also agents for the
Hone Mhwltle ftrwtn HrMUm,
One of OnSmnnsolWpleoatoflimtSehoM
furniture exunt. Call ",J?,ei.w
it. .'. syw 1
Has lust received a naw stock of all tut
latest styles of
MENS' AND BOYS'
And is selling so cheap that all can buy.
The goods were
13 ought for Cash,
and are being sold for the same commodi
ty. The secret of selling goods is in
Having selected onr goods In daylight, we
court tne most
I HELL ALL GOODS AT
FULL LINES OF
BOOTS A SHOE
N. BAl M.
CbcadleV Brick, First street, Albany.
Samuel E. Young
(Successor to Blqp, Young k Co.,)
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE and FANCY
r ' hi
and all kinds of
Agent for the celebrated
New Wilson Sewing Machine,
Guaranteed to be equal to any, and
Irorn tlO to $14 lest than other
first class machines.
Call and See.
Silver & Plated Ware.
MANUFACTURED AND ADJUSTED
especially for the Pacific Coast by the
NATIONAL EL8IN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, nilnols, viz: '
WATCH, and we most confidently roc
ommend them to the public, as possessing
more good qualities for the price than any
ouier natcn in rue marvel.
We also keep all other brands of Elgin,
Waltham and Swiss Watches, Clocks, Jew.
dry, Sliver and Plated Ware,
Pistols and Cartridges.
ear Repairing a Specialty. Jf9
fear All Work Done and Uooda Hold,
Warranted to be aa Represented
1. IK TITOS. J. B. TITOS
Titus, Ronrgardet Co.,
AT JOHN O AKTK R'S OXD STAND,
First street, AEBAN I, OREGON
The Singer Mill Triumphant.
A T THE VIENNA KXAIBIT10N THE
A 8lnger received the Medal of Merit,
the Weual of Progress, and three other
Medals for superiority of productions.
The Singer received all the MEDALS
awarded to either of the compering Ma
chines, and two Medals more than any
other obtained, Then, in the name of
truth, what Is it that prompts rHeto
.nA.A.l Tl. foot la nn Ttiiklnmtt of Hon
or has been jrlven to any Sewing Machine
Company. But immeairarably more valu
The World's Award
as shown by sales -proved by sworn re
turns M the owners of the principal Sew
ing Machine Patents -which last year
amounted to two hnndrod and nineteen
thousand, seven hundred and flfty-eight
(M9.7K8) machines, nine out often of them
being for Family Use, This is over ,ot
imtreSewtng Machines than were sold by
any other oommny during tliesame period
and over One Quarter of all the machines
sold in 1872. These enormous sales are
owing to the long-tested merits of the
SINGER machines, which meet the wants
of the public in superiority and simplicity
of construction, and capability tor great
variety and excellence of work. That the
nsers of Sewing Mhlnes find these desl
rahte Quanriestn the SINOKR. beyond all
others, is shown by the sales above glvan,
aside from thl awnrd of International Ju
ries, either st home or abroad.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
U Union Square, Mew Tork.
THu, Ronrgardet Co.,
am fl SjBjPB ' 0
liB jHawaflnl W&- Ufa
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER AND HAND
Latest and most Desirable
Strict or J
TO GO FOR
When you wish
But why particularly, when It te gen
erally acknowietiguu tnai we are
When it comes to
StTUdland see tpeetmeu. Jg