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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1874)
PUUtaBSD EVKBY WKD.NESPAY AND
Bj COLL. VAX CLEVE,
IN REGISTER BUILDINGS,
Corner Firry and First Html.
vnnr . Three dollars.
To clubs of five $ ?
To duos of ten
Transient advertisements, per q2
. Ti. loo Aral insertion It : eneh
. -c .,.::oi mam.fiu. '
tnre; called cane fiber felt, is made
. Ar::..: ,nw It. is tne
only tell made from cane in the
Ai t, i . a linincr under
tin, slate and shingle roof?, and tor
i o -
deafening floors; it also iornis
cheap carpet lining aud is a suosti-
tute for piaster; in fact serves any
use for which felt can be employed
in buildings. It is a non-conductor
of heat and cold, and impervious to
water or moisture. This felt is p ain gour n0 jJvtwtagB if soda lie ad
wiuin eiiml the latter as well as A . i:lfi sflu . mix auicklv.
VI lfM" ?
the former being inodorous. It is 1
cheap, durable and tree irom oojec-
tions which characterize other tens.
It is stated that the fiber of the j
ramie is in great demand for Eng-:
land, and that if proper machinery
could be procured to strip it from ;
i nlant. it. would soon rival in im-1
portance the trade in cotton. The
Direct Trade Company ot England
will purchase millions ot pounds of ;
the fiber at much higher prces than
would be paid for cotton.
nn.- t-..,;.. ctm it is
.... 1 1 v.
said, has been greatly improved by
the use of the Crouch steam engine :
to propel the motor. With this
improvement the plow is said to be
a perfect success. The Crouch en- j
giue is an invention ot a young man
of Oregon, who has already become !
a distinguished inventor, though j
not yet 18 years old
The Grangers of California are
1 lie v.rau"crs ui v-ouiohhh j
,. 0 f ... 1
now making arrangements for the!
.. . tt i
OrgaillZatlOU 0 a irangers 0
Stead 88Ociation. It is CSt mated 1
that about one thousand persons ; f . ' ' , ... .. ,
, e .1 T7 . ' pies for this that are not nt fur the
come nto the State from the East ,v .... , . , ,
. c tab e. In looking over dried apples
every week ; that a large portion of 1 wu 1 .
, . u 1 ; l m, onA to stew, throw all that are not first
this number are seeking homes, and ;
I. t .1 r class into a dish by themselves for
that many of them are (.rangers, j
In order to purchase lands at the J''?" ..
cheapest prices, it is proposed that' The difference between I). D.'s
the Association shall buy large ; and M. D.'s-The former preach
tracts, which may be obtained from j and the latter practice.
$2 to $10 per acre, on ten years' are "t my observi.,g
time and low rates of interest ; this men aUj10g, tuey are continually
land to be distributed among the goir)j, t(J
members of the Homesteaa .ssoti-i
ation at cost. The principal place !
of business of this Association will
be at Santa Barbara.
Taking the inside of the range j
WP til 1(1 that wheat Quotations for '
the lia.st term ot ears at the present y iMSomMiMol theGmmi Army
. , , loan i of the Republic in California and Nevada,
date has been as follows : looa, us wm ,ve prompt attention to the eoiiec-
. 1DA 1fi7i 11. fi,1 . lion of Additional Travel . Pay, now due
8d: 1870, Us Id; 1871, IIS OU ; (illtfornte lind Nevnda Volunteers dls
.1 ui 10-0 11 Ql 107 1 I charted more than three hundred miles
1872, Us 8d; 18.3, lis 8(1; 1874, ,".. Soldiers can depend on fair
. . i dealing. Information K'ven tree ofiliure.
llf) 3d. Local qilotfltiOllS aie HOW Wnen .,.itillg enclose StaoiJ) for reply and
t A slate coinimnv andreKimeM, ntnl whether
lower than at any correspowimg voll lmv(. a ,aschanse. Oonkpw has e.v
time in the years given, exoepUug
1872, when they were the same as j i&Jfilrffl 3S&
now. FreighU then ruled at about j S3ffifOTVfe
, . ni , vears, if not liaid the same when dischaiK-
the same rates as UOW 14. LttI1(l warrants can can he obtained
. I for services rendered before ISA but not
The Antioch Udger of the 7th J SRtS ob,;:;!d";ind'
instaot aVS: The ship El Dorado, ; Increased when allowed lor less than dl
lDBUiui- KijP. i ' ability warrants, Iml no pensions are ill-
Plnmmer Master, has been char- , lowed to Mexlrnn and r-lorida wiii boldicrs.
1 llimiuei, inasici, mate of Teacas liasirranted rSjuslorri lo snr-
fprad bv the Antioch and I Olllt of I vlvhw veterans ol Texas lievoIutUm, New
lerea oy iuo , oi leansand Mobile Prize Money U now
Timber Granges, oi juorgan s r?on,
liniUtar V7iaufaw, v b
wharf to kad with grain to-morrow
Waffles make nice breakfast
ifiish. They arc made Urns : Ikat
j well the jvlk of 4 M add 21
pints ot'swM milk and teaspooi -ful
of salt ; add enough tfftwl flour
to mako tatlicr a stiff batter ; beat
' the whites of the eggs very rt'ff
and stir in lightljT the last thing
before baking; bake in waffle-irons;
mm hot. and eat with butter and
sirup. If but 2 eggs are used add
i heaping . teastioonful ot baking-
powder to the flower.
The liest way to cwk sweetbreads
to broil them, thus: Parboil
and then put them on a clean grid-
iron for broiling: when delk-ately
browned, take them off and roll u
melted butter in a place to prevent
their be.ng hard and dry. ome
cook them on a griddle, well but-
tered, turning frequently ; others
.twi fat calf nrirlr nn
put, inow Mnr. t
ttiem wnne couK.ng
To make charloUe muffins, take
j ()liart ot ?ftei fl,mr) 3 eggs, the
wjlites ad V(iv,R beaten sejiarately
a,1(j until stiff, 3 cups of milk, (if
UUtlj " J 1
wei anu fill the hot irons half
mj The excellence ot these ne-
upon thorough beating ana
pjHnr ci)0Colate is made by pnt-
tjnr 1 teacnpful of flour in a small
;ron ette ad setting over the tire
iri en.nh stir it constantly to keen
jt from burning on to the sides of
the kettle. When the Hour is 01 a
dark brown color, pour boiling
water over it, say '1 quarts or more,
if the drink should be desirable to
be thin. Let the whole boil up a
few moments. Add 1 pint of sweet
Itw momeni 1
Use same as coffee,
Apple jelly made as follows is
cloth : Soak 1 quart of apples in 4
quarts of water, over night ; boil
until the apples are soft, strain the
water off carefully, and to 1 quart
of juice add a quart of sugar and
boil until it jells. If the apples are
, . .
nice, yon can sweeten them and they
wi an verv wen ur niuet:. usiiee-
. tittle lemon to!
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U AU LAI!!1 AtiKJS .
(So. 94 Montgomery Rlock.
-- ww iilMU tTTnlHL'V IT I I 11
( ne ana iems imwi. w. ""! -
ft,n.ltolimieral Law aiuH'olleetlon Buni-
Agents for the Renister.
The followlnil seiUemen are wnjoriMt.
us recoil and receipt for subscriptions,
advert isina, etc, for the Register :
liinira Smith, flarrrshnnt.
O. V. Tompkins, Harrlshurg.
Peter Hnluo, Brownsville.
W. B. Kirk, BrownsvlUe.
J. B. Irvine, Scto.
T. H. Rcvnolds, SHlem.
1 i rioluir. ft nn frrainlnro.
iV. P. Porter. Shedd Station.
Latest and improved styles,
Call at the Register Office.
AltHiny Colleslate Institute !
THIS WKIX-KNOWN ANr POPULAR
Institution will open on Monday, An
"nst Slsl. 1874. .
The eonrse of study embraces I he tollow
in" denariiiiiiis, viz : Classical) SetentU
lo, Comntereial, Mnstcand Art.
K K. WAKRKN, A. M..
Albany. Aog. 14ml President.
WEBFOOT MARKET !
CHHU:S WlUHW HAVINfl LEASED
tiie WenUMit nnrhet.on First street,
B ilotninK tiradwohi's. reapectfallg asks a
share of the pnblie patronae. The mnr
ket will lK! kept constantly supplied with
all kinds Of fresh meats. Call and see.
fcTThe highest iSf
Albany, August 14-74
waifim known in America. Its merits are no
well known throughout the habitable wo,IJ. It
has the oldest amfbest record of any Luument.n
the world. From the millions upon millions of
bottles sold not a single complaint has ever
reached us. As a Healing and Pain-iSubduin,;
Liniment if has no equal. It is alike, ben fi bl to
MAN AND BEftiST.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
a purely deniable Pnitratitm, composed
of CalUaya Bark, Roott. Herbs and Fruits,
among vihick will be found Sarsaparilian,
Dandelion, Wild Cherry, Sassarat, Tansy,
Genital, Sweet Flag, etc.; also Tamarinds,
Dates, Prunes and lumper Bemes,w-rtM
a sufficient quantity (only) of the spirit .(Su
gar Cane to keep in anv climate. They inva
riably relieve and curt the following com
plaints: Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaints, Lots of Afpttite, Headache, Bilious
Attacks, Fever and Ague, Summer Complaints,
Sour Stomach, Palpitation of the Heart, Gen.
oral Debility, etc. They are especially adap
ted as a remedy for the diseases to which
mre subjected, ami at a tonic for the Aged,
Feeble and Debilitated, has no equal. They art
strictly intended as a Temperance Tonic or Bit
ters,to be used as a medicine only, aud always
according to directions.
iii Sow V At First-class Paucojrnh
A New Idea!
Buy the World-Renowned
BEST IN THE WORLD!
rjfThe Highest Premium was
awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N. Y. ;
Indianapolis Exposition ;
St Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
MissiHsiupi State Fair;
aud Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING THE
BEST SEWING MACHINES,
and doing the largest and best
range of work. All other
Machines in the Market
were in direct
COMPETITION ! !
fWFor Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
ing and Stitching fine
or heavy goods it is
"Where we have no Agents
we will deliver a Machine
for the price named above,
at the nearest Bail Road
Station of Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing Ma
chines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchanga
AUEXTS WANTED. AIM BESS,
Wlin u Senilis Machine Co
23 Cltiveland, Ohio.
W.J. WARREN & CO.
: Albany. Orejrou,
RB PREPARED TO FURNISH ALL
Bedding. MBttrewieB, trpl.olisterlnr,.
e., to order. Be In? practical workmen,
they (rnnrftntee MtHfaorlon.
All ttpholBtW work done In Albany.
Call and examine OtlT si nek and work.
VV. J. WARREN A CO
April 18. lt-32
MOMSOS: & 8TAIGEB,
iMonunifnis, Obelisks, Tombs,
Head uihI Fot Meiirs
California, Vermont and Italian
KRAM II MH)I AT AMIASY.
ev Of ir. J N. nli mini's ( oninotind
Extract of Eucalyptus can liedesired, limn
i he following paminftry ol eases, treated
with this remerly alone, by that einltient
nhvielan, 1JH. I) vn Wo st i .lntlicl'.
S. Marine lloepltal, rtin Francisen, report
ed In the v.is' No. 1ST-' " Md.
.V., f Vi.s i 1 1' ami. ( 'ur il. Im'd
"eflMtteal ever ft 5
hiltoHiKl Fever 19 10
ihuil Ewer 9 9
luinn. ofHMneys. ... :t I
Itlnretlit 10 7 S
liieoiillnciiei- ol 1'rlne : .1
liifliini.iri;iiilder 37 S.I S
llleiinnrlinicln i:i 10 3
isca.' ot'tlie limi t 7 7
!.. Hies 4 .1 I
liirvnie lllnrrhu'H. . . . 12 9 4
l.unurrhuen IS 15
UroM.y 6 3 3
Completely corrolm alive of the ahove,
are the report of the experlnienin with
Eucalyptus by Ir. Lorrimcr. of Berlin.
PrasMft, and in- Koeloi, chief Phyrtclan
of the Anstiian Railway Co , published iu
the Am. M it. Jour. July, IKi'J.
ll will be found very efficacious m obsti
nate case or Dyspepsia. Qrnnchtrla, 11ikI
Cough Chronic Sore throat, l.eiuor
rhea, ete., and in nansea during prcgnnn.
Ilr ol iniiii'slloiiltle
Extrnet of Eneiiljp
: t Inn Is special prepura-v-gibf'
yftBlBRp t'f. nr.il ..liVE,
&fQfrVtt T-iind Is wnirmitiil In
4sEWra6L enreevery m-e treated
Spv"ii accoriilnit o direct ion,
f rw! Without the injurious
w results of the usual (, ui-
' nine and irfnh Hi n in-
Btllcs for that d I' ease. Also pure fluid ex
tract Of Kucnlyptns. in one ixiund bottles,
for phyglciana use Bows roof iuil'aiions,
lind take none tint t oleninn'-1. i'or sale
even where, and by ! odste Calet X Co..
I iniggistf, Portland". Agents fort.rflBon.
' 1 1 .111111 Incur:! i I !Uf I
m mm mm mm i m ' u y v
XDR. IX HICHAU'S
After ten years' trial on this Coast has
1 rivon its.df the only rurativc iu a ctrtain claas
i f diseases pronounced bymlical practition
ers as incurable.
Dr.LeBichaa's GOLDEN BALSAM No.
oures Chancres first and second stages. Sores on
the ..egs or Body; Sore Ears, Eyes, Nose, kc.j
eoppcMOlored Blotches, Syphilitic Catarrh.
Diseased Scalp, and all primary forms ot the
disease known as By phtlit. Price, $S Pr hot.
tic, or two for $9.
Dr. L?Richau'a GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2
cures Tertiary, Mercurial, Syphilitic Rheuma,
tism, Pains In the Bones, Backof the Neck, UI.
rerated Sore Throat, Syphilitic Bash, Lumps
and Contracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs,
and eradicates all diseases from the system,
whether caused by indiscretion or abuse of
mercury leaving the blood pure and healthy.
Price, $5 per bottle, or two for f 9.
Dr. Leliehan's GOLDEN SPANISH AN-
tidote, for the Cure of Oonnorhoss, Gleet, Irri
tation, Gravel, and all Urinary er Genltt)
disarrangements. Price, $2.60 jier bottle.
Dr." Le Richaa's GOLDEN SPANISH IN-
jeetion, a wash and Injection for severe cases
ol Oonnorhcea, InfUmmatoryGleet, Strictures,
and all diseases, of the Kidneys and Bladder.
Price, $1.50 per bottle.
Also Agents for BR. LE RICH ATI'S GOLDEB
PILLS for Seminal Weakness, Night Emla.
slons. Impotency, and all diseases arising from
Masturbation and excessive abuses. Price. $3
per bottle. The genuine Golden Balsam ia
put up only in round bottles.
On receipt of price, these medicines will
be sent to all parti of the country, by express
or mail, securely packed and free from obser
vation. Bole Agents,
0. F. RICHARDS frvCO. Jm
Wholesale and Retail Druggists and
Cbea-its. 8 W. cor. Clay s Sansome ML
Street Sj lfnujokNO, Ol).
, - - - I tends
od will come to the Granger ! mm.