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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1874)
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SUBSCRIPTION -IN ADVANCE:
One copy i one year..., 8 S 00
l ive copies, one year IS SO
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Anv one ffettinff vm a Cluh of Ave, and
forwarding (12 50, will receive the sixth
Special inducements offered to nersons
desirous of canvassing for subscriptions
tO me UMJWTKH.
Excursion. The Willamette
Chief left this city on Monday
afternoon, with the Albany Brass
Hand and a large number ot (he
rosidents ot old Linn, on an excur
Albany Tempera nce Union
Meets at the Court House next
Thursday evening. All are invited
Rev. J. Pattison, of Ilalsey, will
deliver an address on the occasion,
and an entertaining programme
will be arranged, in the way of
music, vocal and instrumental, etc.,
for the benefit of those who may
attend. Let there be a good at
Struck tub Wrong Man.
Col. Jo. Teal was "blowi- g" the
other day, and offering to bet on
the elect. in. At length he ven
tured, as no one seemed to be in
clined to iut up on the result of the
election, that even Marion county
would go for Grover, giving hira a
majority over both Campbell and
Tolman, "and I'll bet twenty dol
lars on it," said Jo. That was an
unfortunate boast for Jo., for he
Lad no sooner made the assertion
than a gentleman present came tip
with the twenty, ai d Jo. was com
pelled, under the circumstances, to
over it. Jo. hasn't been so bois
terous since, as even he can't afford
to make many such bets.
Campmbetino. A campmeet
ing for the Brownsville and Leba
non and Tangent circuits will be
held at the 'amp-grounds near
Roberts' bridge, on the Calipooia,
commencing Thursday, June 18th,
and continuing over two Sabbaths.
Notice is hereby given that no
huxtering establishment will, by
any means, be allowed on or near
thegnunds. No soda fountains,
candy stands, or anything of that
character will be admitted.
J. S. McCAIN.
Shedd, May 23, 1874.
Straws. A certain prominent
Democrat and candidate for office
iu Benton county, the other day,
was loudly boasting that Grover
would carry Benton county, and
offered to bet on his judgment.
After repeatedly making the asser
tion that Grover would carry Ben
ton county, and that, be would
gamble on it, a gentleman, an Inde
pendent by the way, told bim he
tiad blowed long enough, it was
now time for him to "come to the
.oeuter," at the same time throwing
in sight 20, remarking that there
was that much money that said
Grover would not carry Benton
county. The bet was not taken by
our Democratic friend he said be
had better use tor his money.
Si-baking. The county can
didates finish the canvass with this
city to-day. Speaking will com
mence at 1 o'clock P. M., it the
Friend MoUUiu is doing t ood
fork with WlspwWw It'll gcod
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. ... f 1. I -.tft.ittml JOB PRINTING. "
Published as a warning and for the ben
efit of Young Men and others who miller
from NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS OF
MANHOOD, etc.. pointing out the moans
of self-cure. Written by Nathaniel May
fair, Ksq., who cured himself after under
lying considerable quackery, and mailed
free on receiving a post-paid directed en
velope, by the publisher,
DK. JOHN M. DAGNALL,
25mS 11 Cllnton-St., Brooklyn, N.T.
W. II. ReFARLAND,
(LATE M. M. HARVEY A CO.,)
Next door to Conner' Sank,
For.ce and Lift Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
IIOCSK FURNISHING HARDWARE,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
LARGEST STOCK IS THE T ALLOT.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing: Properly Done. 40v2
A. F. CHERRY Proprietor,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill machin
And all kinds of
IRON AND BmASS CASTINGS.
Particular attention mid to repairing si)
kinds of machinery. 41 v3
A. MOTHERS & CO.,
CHEMICAL, OILS, PAINTS, DYKN
GLASS, LAMPS, BTC., .
All the popular
KINK CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Particular care and promptness given
Physicians' prescriptions and Family Rec
lPC A. CAROTHKRS A CO.
Murder In Albany
HA8NKVKR YhTHKKN KNOWN, AND
no threatening of it at present.
Is a thing which sometime most befall
every son and daughturof the human fam
ily ; and yet,
At the Mid-da)
Of your life. If disease lays his vile hands
upon von, there is still "a balm In Gllead,"
by which yon mav bo restored to perfect
health, and prolong your days to a miracu
By calling on
R. C. HILL & SON,
With a prescription, where you can have
It compounded by one experienced In that
particular line. Also, constantly on hand
a good assortment of fresh drugs, patent
medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dye
stuffs, trusses, etc Agents for the
Celebrated Cnk Weed Remedy,
Or, Oregon Rheumatic Cure ; Dr. D. Jayne
Bone' medicine, etc
Spanee1 Positive and Negative Powders
kept In stock Also agents for the
On of the most useful pieces o
mcntuut exumi. van ana
Has Just received a new stock of all fit
latest styles of
MENS' AND BOYS'
And Is selling so cheap that all can buy,
The goods were
Bought for Cash,
anil are being sold for the same coramodi
ty. The secret of selling goods Is In
Buying ZUarUt t
Having selected our goods in daylight, wc
court the most
I SELL ALL GOODS. AT
FULL LINES OF
ROOTS & SHOES,
Cheadle's Rrick, First street, Albany.
(Successor to Blain, Young A Co.,)
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE and FANCY
Ph o f
55 S JS
and all kinds of
Agent for the celebrated
New Wilson Sewing Machine,
Guaranteed to be equal to any, and
trom 10 to U less than other
first class machines.
Call anil So.
MOT ; ..nPfrHrW!
TITUS, BOURGARDES & CO.,
Silver & Plated Ware,
MANUFACTURED AND ADJUSTED
especially for the Pacific Coast by the
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, vlx:
WATCH, and we most ' confidently ivc
ommend them to the public us possessing
more good qualities for the price than any
other Watch in the market.
We also keep all other brands of Elgin,
Walt ham and Swiss Wntcjies, Clocks, jew
elry, Silver and Plated Ware,
Pistols and Cartridge.
vST Repairing a Specialty. JP3
CSTAII Work Done and Goods SoM,
Warranted to be as Represented.
J. D. T1TCS. J. B. TITUS
Tltas, Roursardes & Co.,
AT JOHN G ANTER'S OLD STAND,
First street, ALBANY, OREGON
The Singer Still Triumpliant.
AT THE VIENNA BXAIRITION THE
Singer received the Medal of Merit,
the Medal of Progress, and three other
Medals for superiority of productions.
These are Ike Highest Kewutf M.
chine Awarai at Vienna.
The Sliuror received all the MEDALS
awarded to either of tne competing Max
chines, and two Medals more than any
other obtained. Then, In the name of
truth, what is It that prompts people io
f'hilm rMmmmttnrhktlnns for the Dlnloma
of Honor ! The fact Is no Diploma of Hon
or has been given to any Sewing Machine
Company. Rut Immeasurably more valu
The World's Award
as shown by sales-proved by sworn re
turns to the owners of the principal Sew
ing Machine Patents which last year
amounted to two hundred and nineteen
thousand, seven hundred and fifty-eight
(219,758) machines, nine out often of them
being for Family Use. This Is over i3,000
more Sewing Machines than were sold by
anv other company during the same period
and over One Quarter of all the machines
sold In 11171. 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 for great
variety and excellence of work. That the
users of Sewing Machines find these desi
rable qualities In the SINGER, beyond all
others, Is shown by the sale above given,
aside from the awards of International Ju
ries, either at home or abroad.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
M Union Square, New York,
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER AND HAND
Latest and most Desirable
TO GO FOR
When you wish
Hut why particularize, when it Mpc,
crall y acknowledged that we are
When U conies to
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