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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1876)
FOR SALE BY I
T"K A"U"e3ill Paint 1 the on-st nnd Mwt Jl-liuhV Mixed Paint.
Wh have .e-tmionium iiimi owners u slit? must rcsiiUjices in the county, showing Unit it is till
tar.! is oiuiiiicd for it by the mniinfUeturers.
If TToii are C5-ol ti gg to ra1nt,
Oil! aivl etnmice samples, nnd eoinrwre prices before vorcliasinir elsewhere. t3T"-A if" n-""-t-uk-iu
ot shaUes kept constantly n baud. :?vs
A. CA 15 OTHERS & CO., First St.
P , IPOWD'S
I i rll :Trl fi re Yfi I
LI II Gl lOa
"Ln'teir frun a Pet '.j.7x.Vl
A3ctivcit III., Ic 1, 1574.
3ffryfii:, J. Tl. 7?..sR & Co.:
Mv wifrt liiis, for Jt time, bwrt r ferret V
nffuivr from lihrnnirr i-ti.. Slie hs triwl many
' jt)YSV!:utiiiul Tunny romciMes. Theotiiy thin:
vt:U.ii Im mi tn btsr relief iriontaar l,tiiinu-nt
lain rej1irt to say tins ha rural her. 1 nr.,
.toing whut I cull to extend its ie.
W. H. R1NU.7
T!iis a ;minl of Jatany thntt-prifl ?"tiraon
1 rewivetl, ot tvontVi in; en res ettectevl ny 5 he
i-kjuiaur UiniiiMMir . The inRivlieni of t hi ar
ticle ure iulli.-he,l nroun'l each lOitie. 1 con-
Uiith Viicta lltwt Menil-M, Aniioi. IJtK-k or,
'nrtxMic rtl i!iii'Uiis hi: heii Hrie knov n
It in an iritUMiiiH" l;el that- the Centnur I.I: i
iiHMit performing iiivr tinvs t ?w-lh:i:s
Still' Joint.-, Kmntinus. lilietTirnMisim"eiirnVria
:iuMt ;t, CiiUe lima.. L(K'k-j;iw. Ac. than uil
:he. t?er i'lM-nt-.. Kinhrr'-.i!inn Kxtmcts,
For TKJih;i. lu K:: iel:e, W -itU ffeu-k. r.nT
Cntaneons Kru"iTifn-;, i is Hmirnl;e. ' It cuii-a
iunj!ani sul'h war. .Kxtvaeii- oi-
wm inim hitu uuti si :u-smui heiiis jVsif-'nrs
:t'i HiitlhJ4j:iii, in a Munv litre. No ani'ty c an
;if-r'l to 1! viviiont ihe Ctnlanr IiniiLienT,
C'eiitnnr fJra linen t. YfSlow-Wrapjxr,
i-tit'lap tfttht'l'izh - Vu. mu!le?' ul tieH
of i-lie. ririiiiiu cn-ti'i. 1 i-iteei utvm. sveie
aws of ravin, et':iy. Vinl UalV, I5iir IlenJ
hi' Poll Kvit. an linU' ies ihau msirveioiH.
rJe-rs 3. Mil.Iiire ,t C . I'ruj-rUts, rornerof
Kltri aiiJ Ci-i!it srret-. Cincinnati, thio. ?iy ;
"In our nt:.h 'wkjoo-I a n 'i mi ; of untn- ;rs
tire iitin the 'en:anr I.ii'iitteiit. Thc-y pro
i'rtance i; ?Hritr tKnytl:in they have ever
ut4. Wc? s.fli a- h!h rs fnt tt ;ive t'ioxen
' iJe- t'wt tnoni h lo the-e niunifw."
We have thounirts nf siiufitir teriinonfal1.
Kor Won.i l. a;i-, s'niit-h. nin-hone.tc
j;n i ir Stww Worm hi sheen ha no rival.
Tin:i:Ti. livery-uien iiitO :(H-k-riiiser. have In
'liU i.fnimcTit a rptwiy whii-h is worth a hnn-
JioniLfjf v t r Jw Ilo-e & Co.
i tJey sti W. New York.
M I'liffr-i ra..y e rut :i n Mvir tubta ninv
3ut-'3 It'ti'li, if iii;-;.- wi'i 'i r'tt-ior:K lor Win
r Suhiuiw?! ttiplainn. ll i ei-Iimly n vv-
nt.Tlorih:n. Mir ;iiiiil. It Is ha picstxiiui i
iake R4 liottey, iiml i r -ma unr Knpe.
ir. K. IHt'H. f mwMit, u.. :
I am nlair i'ustoris in my iitwilco wiili the
it irfl : uii.l iWy rtwnH. -
I rt ygttnr i- erv im : Mof ttnrwnt in
:w Vorfe I'i'v i-M;'h( a--.'o;-i.t. lt iayreiiiv.l
;-.- if.?!ri. .1. i:tw .' f ' . I'i I; nvt, w
York, wresr 10 wuiad PittiMsi', 51. I. :K)v8
CS3 TLOtSIEB 2
Zxirz?' wv.d TaluaJjIfP Tract ol
rri'UKK ' HI'S MTK! ACSK r,r plow land, 300
X cf hkh rtt-ii v!t'!m .-ci. :n t bf pTftn
i. iv lair ltii(tT. 1 !'.. !tvn. jfmnary,
',..-l-'.4.J'"t Win'! orehurd ot fttu
Hrvi11 r i? vitvIkW wi ttr; liit'i :
V n-ftm. ot" -tin htfl.Kti t iuni', the fiesr
o- t--ftui"' t'1'hirtHs-:.tw1. -. nrver :'!(1P!?
t imiaM .i-"r ;) tbiaiL'h iiu fari.i. Tkrn;
.o'--. :t ':-!i il.i ottar'rv r i inns-rock on tiie
iKtuto.i''l i'V fMT.s A 1 rock. Koar
h tuin-iierw n i::i't-!' t-mv. U is otie of t!ie
nw .Jift'NVtwn-l eti;''kC mi In Dotijtlus
Ai. 'T'i 'jinrf -v miie from CI. A'- Adirnit
r, fcikian'' , Kr rartir-fllit to price, etc.;
Aiuaoj, Maj It. , , ;
n Hew, fr X will speak of excellent
POID'S EXTRAeT-The great Vegetable Pmia
lestrjrer. rIaa beea in we over thirty
ytmim, and for cleanliness and prompt con
ti-re Tirtnes cannot be excelled.
CHUP&H. N family can afiord to be wTiont
Paid'i Extract. Accidents, Braises,
Cestsstens, Cats, Sprains, are relieved
almost instantly by external application.
Promptly relieves pains or Barns, Scalds.
Exceriatieas, Caannss, Old Seres,
Boils, Felons, Corns, etc Arrests in
njunatxm, reduces swellings, stops bleeding,
removes discolors tions and beals rapidly.
FEMALE WEAKKESSIS. It always relieves pain
in tne back aud louis,fnUnesa and pressing pain
in tbe bead, nausea, vertigo.
II lEUGQnSNtEA it has no equal. AH kinds of aU
cermtiona to which ladies are sabject are
promptly cared. Fuller details in book accom
panyina each bottle.
PUS lindor bleeding meet prompt relief
and ready core, No case, however chionic or
obstinate, cm long resist its regular use.
VAIICOSE VEIKS. Ft is the only sore core for
this distressing and dangerous condition.
K1BIET DISEASES. has no equal forprrm.
BLH9S1S from any canse. For this is a spe- .
ci8c It has saved hundreds of lives when all
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from
nose, stomach. Inns:,, and elsewhere.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, Toothache and
Karache are nil Alike relieved, and often per
PHYSICIANS of all schools who are acquainted
with Pood's Extract of Witch Hazel rec
ommend it in tueir practice. We have letters ot
commendation, from hundreds of Physicians,
many of whom order it tor nse in their owa
practice. In addition to the foregoing, they
order its use for towellings of all kinds,
quinsy, Sore Throat, Inflamed Tonsils,
simple and chronic Diarrhea, Catarrh,
f or which it is a specific) Chilblains, Front
ed Feet, SUnssof Insects, aiosaaitoes,
etc.. Chapped Bands, Face, and indeed
aji manner oi sain oiseases.
TOILET SSL Removes Soreness, Boasfcness,
and .feinartiiwt heals Cuts. EniDtiona.
and Pint pies. It reviva, ineigorala, and rs. '
frahet, while wonderfully improving the
TO FARMERS. Pond's Extract. No Stock
Breeder.no Livery Han can afford to be without
it It is used by all tbe Leading Livery Stables,
Street Railroads and first Horsemen in New
Tork City. It has no equal for Hprai n Bar.
vess or Saddle Chafinirs, Stiffness,
Scratches, SwellissstCats, Lacerations,
Bleeding, Pneumonia, Colic, Diarrhcea,
Chills, Colds, etc. Its range of action Is wide,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that it is
Invaluable in every Farm-yard as weU as in
every Farm-house. Let it be tried once, and
you will never be without it.
CAETION. Pond's Extract has been imitated.
The genuine article has the words Pond's Ex
tract blown in each bottle. It is prepared by
the only persons living who ever knew how
to prepare it properly. Refuse ail other pre-'
parations of Witch Hazel. This is tbe only
article nsed by Physicians, and lathe hospi
tals of this conn try and Europe.
DISTORT ARB OSES OF POND'S EXTRACT.
In pamphlet form, sent free oa application to
"SCMTvoVL "MPARY, 88 Maiden
rJ,HE CKi.KKJJ TK.l' W. A. WIX ilS
Etv.i s & jiowuas.
T3lae'i II wrli'j-. J'.Voorl'R Imprmre1.)
"cie:i5jirl Sse?in "Btrtu Wron '
TUcKifur! -)2tl VS;j-i,r"flrestier, '
F; . - itv' Tyitiliin- on ?ho cfHst.
Stnteinni 3'rrfeeti flrtll. 5
Mar Ptnws.-B.I ohr pjartilne
Owl. we. ami TriconnI Terms i)i-fore bttuj
(iuv!ior.. ;it riv !li'.-k.-juii b Sljop-frtjf.ri-et
j.Tl nd Ellsworth Aittnnvjj'fi't
HDsrii . ( , 3 r , IKA.NK 1VOOII.
rpo THK UriK' OF' AT.75A N Y AN"n7!S
A ity : Mr. I nbnin nntl Jir. (irubU hav
'inened a lrsm:kiiiar SiMBonu tloor west o
.Fox's store, jin'l ?tif now r!ei":4r'! ti flo rp
and ail kinds of ladies' work wiih nentne-wnn
Strs. I'nhHm is a thornn'.'ti il svomplishe
d!smnher, lia'inf Iw..ti in lb' bnsloer tno
than t wonry years. Well, ft I we linve to sny
try us tmel Ie"ieonvinc;d. Tlmnkftil for past fa
vors, weusk a continuaneeof the same'
: 311 SS BOI.DS and nRSi. fikt isil, at Itv
same place, have a stock of Fancy fhMw1s.aii',
useful and ornamenial tom1s for ladies wean
which they will sell at low rates.
They do all kinds of stamping-on short nottrt
at reasonable trois. A lso. apents for th Sani
tary Corset the most fablonaKIe and best in
i Albany, Fe. ld,,7a2va
Remaining in the Post Office. Albany,
Linn comity, Oregon, June 29, 1870.
Persons calling for these letters must irive
the date on which they were advertised.;
Knighton, Ellen Slionti. Anhrom
Knighton. Sirs A B Th.icker, Ellen
Ed Im'd nook Ogu- Mii:iir'. Mr F
Newton. Mariaui 'Miller. Clias
Newton, Dord ' Milter. W S '
Rankin. Alice 7T ('miner. ft
P. 11. RAYMyND.P- M. !
PnusoxAi.. Mr. S. S. Tniln. ot Nebras
ka, a teacher m well a a member of the
;ii t presrrvafm" arrived in t!ii city yeii-terd-iy.
Mr. Train Hud wife are Itotli pro
f. siniml tealher, :md arc in possession of
Srst grade certificates, 'ilipy jue ready to
go to work wherever and wlwnever their
s'rvicesare reitiired. . ;
Vaccine Mattki:. Dr. Wiieos has jnst
r!eeivela freh supply of Gt-rtnan vaccine
virn--. Those wln hae not been vaocni
: ted. should call iniiuedintely and have
tlie mutter attended to, a the small pox is
riiins all aronnd u. "A stitch in time
This pleasant weather we know of
nothing to prevent a liealtl.y man enjoying
lwrfeet earthly eiijoyment, unless it might
! be th.it he is coinje!It-d to do two or three
i lio-ir's manual l:ilor e:ich dav, sueli as
kicking a johlier", or furnishing the
muscle to rim a hand-press ; r
- - j
It is altogether snierthioii for ns to srty
to our people tlmt tlie weather is magnifi
cent in. thi bailiwick; and we only say it
to tHiit.i!i,e those poor Wpehfooters who
nre rosisting alive while enjoying (?) the
Philadelphia Centennial. Won't thpy en
joy life when they get back home, though.
All tlie lire and military companies,
lodges, sobrieties, and orders of the State arc
.intended to lie represented in the parade
at Portland on tlie 4th. together with rep
resentations of all the trades and ocenpa
toins, agricultural and mechanical imple
ments. etc. It'll be a big thing, you better
Tkai. The "tnoroughbred" burglar
and road agent, Charles Birch, alias the
Oregon Kid, wvs killed recently on Trinity
mountain by tl e sheriff of Eureka county,
Cal. The sheriff, aidrd bv a stage driver,
ant Teepted and attacked tlie Kid and an
o! her robber who bad sacked a store at
Trinity Center a day or two previous. In
the fight Brewster lvns sllglitly wounded
as well as the pal of Kid. who escaped.
Skvxral ICixps CP" Wedihsgs. A
sugar wedding ts defined as; inarryinz a
eai.did man; a wo-ideii cveddi:ijr-r-niaiTying
a stick: tin weiidius one that pans out
well; silver wedding marrying a gray
lieard; crystal wedding marrying one ad
dieted to the glass; golden wedding when
the groom is a minor and the wife a little
vain; diamond weddin? when the "wasli
iugs" are large. Cbooe your style, and
then go for if
Akewbnot liHiiiT? Our larmerc are
iettiug ready for tlie bhzgest harvest 'yet
-"cored in T.iim county, by purchasing the
latest and the best laborTsavinjiiiiachiiies.
ind this reminds- ns -thnt thousand and
thousands of dollars go out. o! tlM county,
ever to return, each recurring harvest, for
implements and machinery t hat might just
as well , ie manufactured hereV and the
'iioney retained among pa. W 1th this
nonc3tbus kept in circulation' liere. I.inn
county need never know -what hart! times
r scarcity of money nie:in. If our peo
ple would only extcpd a full and hearty
-upjort to home industries, there would
I ways be plenty of coin in circulation--4'l'ieit
any m.iu ot industry and probily
could get it. Think ot the mutter, and tell
is f we are not right. , .
Base ball b an old Hebrew game a is
leiirly'prove by reference to the writings
f Solomon, who speaks of the pitcher
eing broken at , the lonntaio. It would
eem trom this that the old Jewi-b boys
iVere much like piayers in Oregon, the only
unaccountable thing to us being, what in
ringer they were doing at' the fountain,
nnlass the l;igt;rbecr shebangs were all
dosed for infi ingnieritof the revenue laws.
Blackberries are ripening and will be
thing for steam fire engines, is what is
called a self-aetiRg valve, so; de-signed that
in tlie event of ; kink in the hose, or any
other occurrence cansing the water pres
sure from the engine to run up rapidly,
endangering the bursting of the l;oe or
other damage, the valve will, being set at a
certain pressure, as soon as that pressure is
reached, lly open ami prevent further pres
sure from 'being- attained. Another new
thing is w4iat is termed a valve noz.-Je.
which screws on to the hluitderluiss,'" and
is designed to be used in shutting off the
water when the pipemen desire to lead or
move their liose from one locality in or
about a building toanotlier, and do not
wish to have a stream playing from if. at
the same time. Xow when it is desired to
sduit the water off. a man has to be sent
trom the pipe to notify the engineer at the
engine, taking up mnsidernblc ' valuable
time; but by using this vat ve. the men al
the. pipe shut the water off instantaneously,
arid the self-acting Valve on the engine pre
vei.ts tlie pressure upon the hose fiom be
coming too great and bursting it. Thes.
valves have been in use in Sau Francisco,
and give good satisfaction,
The Fire Department Drill on Monday
evening was in some respects the gayest
ever held in this dry. Mr. Mvers twi
white Pen-herons were attached to Lint
Engiue Co's. stcimier, while the d.ippie
gray. Pride of Perche. was hitched to tin
hose-eart. Mechanics' brass band led tin
procession. Tlie firemen generally turnei
out in their bright red uniforms altogether
furnishing a picture seldom seen on "these
coasts." We lutd no idea there were s-
many people in this city as lined tho side
walks and streets, Monday evening and a
to children, Albany an turn out mon
children all about tlie same size or mon
so. than any city -in the world, of similar
KueEiia! A. K Porter and otliers, win
went up the Calipooia some days ago ii
search of timber, have returned, ant
report finding plenty of magnificent
fir and cedar timber on the head
waters of tlie Calipooia. The parties cauif
down the Calipooia in a skiff, launcher
probably fifty miles above Brownsville,
and they think it practicable' to .flout 'log
down from that point to this city, aftei
cleaning the river , of drifts aud snags, a
they report, not a very difficult or expen-i-ive
A Magnificent Sheet. We have , re
ceived a copy of the San Francisco Centers
tiint Spirit of Vie Thxa, an illustrated
forty-page journal, prinjed on tinted pa
per, eight columns to tlie page, or three
hundred and twenty columns. It is filled
with matter descriptive of San Francisco.
California. Nevada, the mining interests ol
the Pacific coast, with illustrations ol
scenery, manufactories, public buildings,
hotels, scenery along the Pacific railway:
portraits of tlie State officials; the railroad
magnates; militiry officers; members of
Congress, etc., etc., making a paper of vast
interest, and useful for future reference.
The ForKTii atPortlakd. Asa large
lumber of our people can not go to Port
land on the 4th, they will celebrate at
Ilackleman's grove. Filling lunch baskets,
they will start for that cool retreat in the
coi l of tlie morning, remaining there
during the day, pas-ing the time a9 may
prove most agreeable. Croquet, swings,
etc., will tie on band, and everybody, from
far and near, is invited to participate.
;The Willamette, of Portland, are mak
iiig every preparation to receive and royally
entertain the Albany Fire pepartment.
Every fireman of Albany, tliatcan possibly
do so, intends to visit Portland - and accept
the .hospitalities ef the Willamettes-.
Fried Holes A little red-faced four
year old. after gazing long and wistfully at
a plate of doughnuts on the table the other
e vening, said, with ft sigh of fullness: 4 'Ma,
do you think I could stand another one of
those fried holes!' He was helped to one
The finest team on the streets of an even
ing lately, is that composed of White
Prince and Doll, cream whites, in their
splendid new harness, attached to a buggy,
practicing for the Centennial..
The Grangers will picnic AtllacUe'man's
ferove ou the 4th '
We are informed of a hen that has won
some notoriety by laying an egg which
closely resemble a pair. Now let some
other ; fearless, fowl lay a pHir closeiv
resembling an egg in shape, and she wil
be a pair ahead.
Sjlwx Pox This dread disease is
raging in San Francisco in its most viru
lent type. It is reported that the disease
ha also made its appearance in Portland,
and that scarlet fever has also been claim
ing its victims there.
TKMrKRAKCE A largely attended tem
perance meetinR was held at the Willamette
Church on Tuesday.- Eev Dr. Irvine, of
this city, W, p,. Ca. ter, Esq., Dt. Boswe!!.
of Corvallis. and others, made excellent ad
dresses. On Monday evei iug No. One's reconsid
ered the vote by which they were to go on
the cars to the Centennial at Portland, and
voted to go wMh Two's, by steamboat.
Both companies will preoahly go on the
B'iiin, Sox Co. are getting their mam
moth warelwise "in wtmess to store
'rain, wool, etc. They also sell lumber,,
igncultural machines, etc. A hotter lot
f hoys don't run any warehouse ta tlree
composing this firm.
Have you ever bad the jumpinjrtoothachef
It not. you dout knew what ptwe, unadul
terated enjoyment isl Look t use've
been enjoying -achers" in both upper and
lower jaws, until we dou't feet at home
without a swelled jaw.
Mrs j Y. D. Be Idii ig. dangerously ill for
;ome ilaj-s pasr, yesterday was thought to
beottt of danger antf stowly recovering.
She has snftered immensely, and the won
ler is how she has ever lived through it
The City ot Salem and Willamette Chief,
with their loads of happy freight, will
'ravel together, from the locks on the 3d,
nassinsr down tlu onrlro tr rw...t t .
. .. - l(Vlll & Vlb
! ind, with music playing and banners fly
ing. Nest week will witness an exodus of
oeople from this city, some to Portland,.
me to the coast and others to the moun
tains. . For the next few weeks our city
jiromises to be !ull. duller, dullest.
As the water recedes at Portland, we
understand a large force of men will be
lit, on the streets, and they will be cleaned
inu pus in proper condition for the Cen
teuuinl. Ilavn'tyou noticed that clean cuffi are
fearfully prone to crawl up the arm to the
elbow, while soiled cuffs will just as surely
aiKyexaaperatingty remain in tbe vicinity
of the knuckles? Unaccountable, abatit!
Rev. J. Bowersox will preach at the
Gringle sehoolhojise, across the riverj to
morrow at 4 r. M. and Sunday at 11 A. M.
umI at the IJnville school house, near .
Kainwater's at 3:30 p. m., Sunday.
HOW TO GO TO TIIE C'EKTENNIAL. Buy
all j'onr goods for ready pay of Wheeler, at
Shedd. and thereby save enongh in course
of time (longer or shorter) to pay the ex
Mr. D. P. Foote, of the Sodaville hotel,
proposes to give a grand hop, at his place,
Sodaville springs, on tbe evening of the
coming- 4th. It will doubtless orove a
pleasant, occasion. .
The wife of Chas. Smith, living out on
Mr. McConnell's firm, has been very sick
with diptheria, but was said to be recover
Roads getting in splendid condition for
driving over, aud Acs. Marshall has 'the
teams that can carry you over tbem in gay
A shirt dealer advertises a bosom war
ranted longer than the shirt. But who in
the nation wants a bosom longer than his
Onr young friend Castle, who has been
pedagoging t0 a few weeks past; talks ot
going out South to reside soon. Luck go
On June 23th,' at the residence of the
bride's parents near Shedd, by Rev." S. S.
Van Dersal. Jkf n B. 35. H!rvey. of Corvallis, "
lO -iiity oirauoru, 01 lmu vuiuity.