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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1880)
Q. E. CRAMBEKLAK.
neys a. Lrtw,
". - OJCKOO.V.
'i rooter-s new brick block, first
n Jet, n tairs. vllnlS
. .. KUU. W. R. BJIYEl',
r;j-y at I-aw and Solicitor
AtBASV, - OSEGOX.
m.T.F.CTIOXS promptly made on all po t.
i.i-uns iieuotiatod on reasonable terms.
.min Foster's new. block. nUvll
Jf . K. WEATIIERPOllD,
Attorney nt Law,
n ; jVLBAST, : : OREGON.
TlItt VRACTICE IX TTIK DIFFERENT
court of the Slate. Special attention iv-!
e- to i-o!le-tio and prolxite matter. Opfici !
In Old Fellows' Temple. ' n47vlu
j..BrMntaiv. c. e. wowekto.
Slutnplircy &. Wolverton,
AtturiiFjr ana Counselor nt l.aw.
"VXT I Tj I. PRACTICK IN ALT. THE COURTS
T of thisstate. Offick in Froman'abrick
(up si air. Albany, Oregon. Iln49
. JL. II. MOSTAXIE,
Attorney at Tn-vv,
H. viifl.4.vr, OREGON.
OTTIl'F. -rp stairs, over John Brlges store,
on Kirt Mnl. vllnlo
AYiorncy and Counselor at Law.
r"t, of'l Jut Qfflee Building, Albany, Oregon.
T1M. ru.VCnCE In the different Courts ot
T the Slate. Tlln52
l. 51. JOXES, M.
sician and Surgeon,
At Plnmmcr's Dm? Store, in Odd
s"fcshinton streets, one block sonth of Ans.
Saj-t-bMl livery stables. 4(5 v 12
3. 12. SAVAC-3, H. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
rroraans"s Brick, up stairs,
Flr.t street, t Albany, Oregon.
i v tin lo
. C; C. C. KELLY, in.
PSYSICIA1T S SUEGEOIT.
AI.UAXT, s t OREGON.
OFFICE IN MfIIAVAIN"S BRICK P-LOt'K.
Residence one door nrth ol lrooui facto
ry, Mreet. Ilvl3
11ns removed his stoctk of iroods to the brick
lately oe-tipicd by the
:; -.-Grange Union Store,
Corner Wnnlilugton nntl I'Irst ;trcet,
!-cre he will be pleased to meet old and new
- 11 customers. 44
jii;.mi;s f. wnrn., artist,
Fresco, Sign, Scene,
TF.?ir;-I'0 A SPKCIAETT.
I:kmii!. 1 ami 7, Farriwh block.corncr First
xr. 1 Ferry t trnets, AUr.m j-, Oregon.
CT. CHARLES HOTEL,
ALBAS T. : . OREtSON,
Tflrs. C. Honk, Proprietor.
TUTS lTOI"?E has been thoroughly overhaul
i nii'l renovated, and placed in first class
-rrtiTion fr the accommodation of itsgiiestj.
'iood SauiVJb Roon for 4'ommercial Travelers,
innc-rat siaare Ortice for Corvalli. Indct-end-fncr
ai1 lA?banon. Free Cotx-h tOMtil rrona
ilbe tKMfse. vlln49
KEHRY V7. SLIITH & GO'S
-HENRY V. SMITH & CO.
Kanion Count, 6th Dist Kentucky,
252 & 254 Wesf Third St.
! CUJCINf JATI
R. ?altmarsh,.jent, Albany, Oregon. v!3-
Votlee of Final Settlement.
-.TATir-t ts wktjkRY RIVEN that Franklin
"i Irc)ev , as administrator of the estate of
i .-ivid lTesJev,doeseci, nasniea in tnetjouniy
Connor Lin" connty, Oregon, his fliial account
ti ti" matter of said estate, and said Court has
-intn.tnteJ tle third day of Anipist, 1SS0. at the
ho' r of one o'clock in the afternoon ol said day
9 i lie tiuie for hearang objections to said ae
, i;si. if any there be, and for rim settlement
bivuH now before the pnbilc. You
can make money faster at work for ns
than at anvtbin else, capital not reqDln!u.
U wnl s-nrt vo-i. $12 a day and upwards
' Ti'la at homo by the industrious. Men,
., ', -,, bovs a..d fcirls wanted everyahere Jo
witf'Tut. Now is I he time. You can derole
- r wroie time to the work, or only your
. ..!- !.:. No other imsincma will ymy
t., i . " r y '!. No one wiliinpr o work
- , - ,r, 'ifwmonsr-ny by engagftnic at
, , ,-.., it nod terms free. A great
' .'! (nilc'i? Bioiiev cnniJy and
,. -vr..j f. A3Jr.-a 'iitCE & -0., uvn4t,
ISSUED JTYERY FMDAY,
THE REGISTER BUILDING,
Corner ferry and First Street.
COLt,. VAXCLEVE 4 CO., PROPRIETORS.
JT. n. MAINE, JR. 6(11.1.. VAKCLEVX.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
One cony, one year.. ...................... .$2 AO
One eopv, six months.... 150
iinfrle'coples Ten cents.
IIIU ICS T A TT?TJ may he fonnd on Ole at O"o
AXIAS iiUriJlAV Y. ftovreil Co's NeWBpap.-
romrnrts may he msfl? for it In BiKW YOIJv.
Amenta for tli Reg-later.
The following named jrentlemcn are author
ized to receive anil receipt for subscriptions
to the Register in the localities mentioned :
Messrs. Kirk A Tlurae TSrownsvlllo.
Robert Klass Crawfordsville.
Scth Ttnves Hnlacv.
I O. P. Tompkins Harrisbnrg
FRIO AY NOV. 12, 13S0
A Lcncheon Disn. Beat two pggs
mixing witli iliem a tab'espooiitnl of
cream. Put them into a saucepan, add
ing sortie anclioviea and ome minced
tongue. Spread on toast a3 serve
Crows Nest. Fill a deep pudding
tin, or disli, with apples cut in thin
slice, sugar and cinnamon, or lemon, to
sweeten and flavor to taete, and a little
water ; cover with a thick erupt made
as above ; bake tmtij apples arc tender;
Ferve hot with hard sauce, or cream
and sugar ; be sure to cut air holes in
the crut to let the steam escape.
Oyster Toast. This is a nice little
dish tor luncheon or a late supper:
scald a quart of oysters in their own
liquor, take them out and pound in a
mortar, when they form a paste, add a
little rich cream and some pepper. Get
ready some thin, neat piece ot toast
moistened slightly with boilir.g water
and spread with fresh butter. Spread
the oyFter paste thickly upon the nat.
put a thinly cut round lemon upon each
piece, and nrraoge them on a platter
garnished with parsley. Serve very
Gixrekureat). Before the buck
wheat soa!on fairly begins, fresh ginger
bread is nice with coffee tor breakfast ;
it is convenient to make it sometimes
when you haven't bread enough tor
breakfast and dinner both. A simple
way of makinsi it is to take one teaenp
fnl of molasses, four tablespoonfuls of
hot butter or laid, stir in as much flour
as you can, then put in a teaspoonful
of s-aleratus, a heaping one of ginger in
a teacup, and fill the cup almost full ot
boiling water ; beat this into the dough
a little at a time.
Cultivation by steam has been suc
cessfully accomplished in England with
a steam digger, a recent invention,
which, workedby a single cylinder en
gine of eight-horse power, under seventy
pounds pressure of steam digs at the
rate of ten acres per day land that takes
three horses to plow an acre per day
at the same depth. It is claimed, also,
,;that the diggers in penetrating the
ground ease the weight of the engine
to a considerable extent ofl the travel
ing wheels, and also by their back ac
tion drive the engice forward.
Thirteen oi the widows of Brigham
Young still live in the Lion House at
Salt Lake. Their shares ot the estate
were 21,000 each, according o the
.ill, but by threateninsi liii;ati it they
obtained about $10,000 more. They
receive, hi-wever, on'y ihe inwme from
their property ; but that is sufficient to
Hive them excellent fare in the old home,
with servants, hor, and $75 a mouth
iu money. Louise, one of the daughters
of the Prophet by Emetine Free, the
most intellectual a:nt intelligent ot the
wives, says that all of her full brothers
and sisters have renounced po'yaamy ;
but a majority ot Young 47 chillreii
are Mormona Speaking of the house
hold as it used to te, she says : " We
lived very happily. My father's ruling
hand had a 'good deal to do with it.
He taught us to love one another.
Every morning wives and children met
iu the parlor, whero we had prayers
and singing. People have often aked
me how in the world father knew all
his child rer ami wives, but I can tell
yon it a single one was missing at prayera
he knew it, and flnnd out where he or
she was- Oar house was like a great
hotel, and we the guests. Our tather
was a great manager, and very practical
about superintending his household af
fairs. .. Onr rooms opened on to a long
hall, like the one in the hotel here, but
Jarger, and when we wanted anything
from sisters, brothers, or wives, we
went into this room or that at will "
Some conjugal fidelities can be ex
plained on the hypothesis that many a
woman U satisfied to be nothing in her
husband's heart bo that she it every
thing in hi life.
Jowa is the banner Republican State
so far, having : .given over ciahty.five
thousand majority for GarficM ana Ar-
tLar a nob's State,
Oregon's Vote. ;
The following comities give Republi
can majorities : i
Kenton, 45. . !
Washington, 302. I
Marion, 668. j
Democratic majorities : j
I,ke, (est.) 1 50. j
Josephine, (est.) SO.
Baker, 256. ,
Total, 1917. !
Republican majority, 547.
In the above Grant and Curry are
not estimated, but their vote is more
likely to increase the Republican ma
jority than to reduce it.
Many curious stories are told of the
influence exercised by the Afghan chiefs
over their followers, among the most
sinking of which is the following : A
young Euglifh subaltern attached to
the Kabul expedition ot 1841 2, rescued
an Afghan pilgrim from some British
soldiers who were handling him rough
ly. The pilgrim warmly thanked his
deliverer, saying with emphasis that
"an Afghan never forgets a good torn
or a ba one." Some months later,
di.ring the fatal battle ot the Kurd-Kabul
Pass, our hero saw one of the ene
my point to him repeatedly, and con
c! tided himself singled out for destrnc.
tion. But, to his atfiazement, lie re
mained unhurt amid the hottest file,
while tiis men were droppir g around
him like leaves, those who had molest
ed the pilgrim being the first to fall.
At length several of the eremy disarm
ed and diagged him down by main
force, checking those who wished to
kill him by declaring him to be under
the protection of their chief. The chief
iu question proved to be identical with
the rescued pilgrim a disguise assumed
to aid his designs againsr the Engiish
and the officer, having lxei hospitably
entertained, was dismissed without ran
som. A Boston electric engineer proposes
erecting in IIo!y.ke, Massachusetts-, a
tower seventy-five feet high overlooking
the town. This is to be surmounted
by an electric light which, if successful,
will be followed by the erf ction ot sev
en or eight more. It is expected that
these will charge the upper strata , ot
air with so much light that it will pro
duce the same effect which the sun ex
erts upon the atmosphere during the
day, tho superseding all other kinds of
light. In this manner it is believed
that electric light can be made to pene
trate spaces inaccessible to direct rays,
just as the sun after it has set still il
luminates the atmosphere. In other
words, he intends producing artificial
Tbe Ant Cnklnet.
Sii.ce cabinet making is getting to be
the order of the day, says the Statesman,
and lest President elect Garfie'd should
fail to do the proper thins for want of
good advice, we condescend to suggest
the proper arrangement of the incoming
cabinet : For Secretary of Stale, James
G. Blaine, ot Maine ; tor Secretary ot
War, Ulysses S Grant, of Illinois ; for
Secretary of tbe Treasury, John Sher
man, oi Ohio. We will name the ot Iters
.when our advice i asked. Xot so bad.
A backwoods preacher once eluci
dated as follows in connection wiih the
parable ot the virgins: "In ancient
limes, my beloved hearers, it was the
custom, alter a couple had lieen married
tor ten virfjins to go out with lighted
tamrs and meet, 'em on the way home,
rive of these virgins tteing males and
It is said that Queen 0!ga, of Greece,
"is in love with Copenhagen." The
Queen should come to this couitry and
attend a Sunday school picnic. She
would get enough "Copenhagen" in
three hours to last her a week. The
boys would not s'ight her just because
she is a Queen. In this country a Qneen
is considered as good as the daughter
of a champion pedestrian.
A hotel is to lie built at Quebec on
the spot where Montgomery fell when
leading the charge ot the American
troops on the citadel in 1775. There will
probably be charges mado on that spot
which for recklessness will throw that
of Montgomery entirely into Ihe shsde
and, a before, the Americans will tie
"Do we eat too much?" asked the
Detroit Free Press, and out of five doz
en boardinghouse keepers sixty answer
ed in the affirmative.
"Pansy O'Rourke" Your poem,
"Lines to Maud," cannot be used. Mr.
Vanderbilt hap turned Maud out for
the winter, and, besides, she has lines
It any body asks yon why the Arc
tic and Antarctic oceans are like politi
cian", you can tell them its because ;-
they lie aiound the poles.
A poor cornet got his skull fractured,
and was told by the doctor that his
brain was visible. Fie replied: ''Write
and tell my father, for he always swore
I had none."
"I am surprised," said a Galveston
politician to a heavy property owner,
"that you don't run for some office.'
"Well you see somebody has to do
Bjoriisljurue Bjornsoi, threatens to
sue Wilhelmj for infringement. Emi.
nei:t lawyers, however think the case
wont lie. It the fiddler had written it
" Wjilhelm,'" it would have been a
"Lurlme" Your poem about gray,
hooded eve cannot be published, because
it lacks fidelity to fact. By looking
at any fashion journal yon will discover
that gray hoods are not fashioi.able this
Two schoolmasters of a western town
have been put to flight by the inhabit
ants for cruelty to the children. The
pupils do not intend to set out iu searcb
of the missing whalers.
Mr. Gastadoni ot Vincengo, has
invented something that will protons
the sound of the piano note. It is
very trying at a time like this to reflect
on the fact tl'at no gun will shoot from
here to Italy.
The dull thud of a stick of wood in
contact with joints of s-tovepipes is
heard iirthe land, the air is full of
muttered curse?, and there are loud
ca'.lh for court plaster, t cover scalped
"Silonce enumerates 2S8 species ot
organic forms in the air we breathe."
Just think of it! Every time you draw
a breath a whole zoological garden
slips down your windpipe, and no free
tickets to the press.
According to an English writer Mr.
Gladstone walked eight miles the other
night to reach home after a long
rail way journey. The person who for
got to fcn the carriage for William
has our heartfelt sympathy.
Old red farmhouse big kitchen
twenty bushels of apples forty boys
and girls come to tlie paring bee
winks, nods and squeezes, and a dance
after supper ! Rise up, ghosts of by
gone years !
A baby can pat, its rosy toe in its
mouth more easily than its father can,
but when it corhes to putting his whole
f iot in it, the man of years and experi
ence can discount the baby halt a hun
dred and then run out.
A noted author says that "little chil
dren are the lilies of the valley of life."
There is nothing so touching as the
sight of a ten-year old lily scooting up a
back alley Sunda3' afternoon with his
pockets full ot fish lines and bait.
The three men wTio captured Andie
were playing cards in the bushes as-
he rode up. Had they nut came there
to play cards tie would have eFC?:'(-d
and our country been lot. Let us
take the right bower of hearts for our
Laywer C (entering the ofili:e ot
his friend, Dr. M , and speaking
in a Imrse whisper) : "Fred, I've got
such a cold this morning that ( can't
I speak the truth" Dr. M :!
"Well, I'm glad that it's nothing that!
will interfere with your business.
P. T. Barunm offers so give S1000
toward a reading and amusement room
in Bridgeport. Conn., where young
men find sociabi'ilv awav from sa'oons.
Mr. Barnum is ' evident !y alfewing hi-:
remorse at having sold so much bad
lemonade to take the right direction.
A hackmau's idea ot hire education
Knowledge how to charge. -
Horse laugh mav be "Hay hay "
Rome Sentinel. Neigh, neigh. Neic
JJav en Register.
There is a post-office down South call
ed Dammit. 'Tis too bad. as Richard
Deadeye would say. .
When a Cincinnati! man speaks c.f
the productions of his pen, you never
know whether he is a literary feller or
a hog taiser. 0
When the Sheriff arrested tbe girl he
had to halter. Whoa ! Wieellng
Sunday .Leader. Jo doubt she would
have preferred a bridle trip.
J aivesion sen 00 1 teacher hart a
great deal ot trouble making a boy
understand his lesson. Finally, howev
er, she succeeded, and, drawing a long
breath, remarked, "If it wan't tor mry
von would tie the biizgest donkey on
We pTonoiinoe that young man hap
py who is content with hat ing acquired
the skill which tie aimed at, and waits
willingly when the occasion of making
it appreciated shall arrive, knowing well.
that it mil not jotter,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
CALIFORNIA CBACKESS, CANDIES, 2TTJT3,
In fact the Largest, lest Assorted ajsl most Varied Stoclt of
GKOCl!IES in t lie country.
la rirspisof Brick, First
PCIl HO AND BEAST.
tor more tnan n intra ora eontnrv
nciluiiMaatsng Liniment bus been i
known to millions all over tbe world ns 3
the only sale reliance for tbe relief of Ki
accidents ami pain. It Is n, medicine
above price and praise the It rut or Its
k lad. For every lo i m of external pain
Mnstatig Liniment Is "without fin equal.
It ieitr !) LeH nud muscle to
the erjr lione making the confirm
ititcanfpuin miicI intliimation impossible,
lis effects unnn Hum an Flesh anil the
Hrnto Crrntioii ore cqualiy wonderful, fl
IMnimonfc is reeded by somebody in
everv house. Kvervdnvbrinsra news of
hs the Mfnuy of aim awful sen 1(1 or burn
suixtneu, or ruenmntio martyrs re
stored, or a valuable Iiorse or ox
saved by tuo healing power of this
which speedily cures such ailments of
tbe HUMAN 1XES1I ns
Rheumatism. K-wclllngrs, Stiff
PU1UC. . nnunvKra jriascics, llurui
nnd Scalds, Cats, Urulses k n tl
Kprnlns, Poisonous Bites and
SUi,K. Stirrnoas, LnmrnMi, Old
Sores, t'lerrs. frostbites, Chilblains,
iore Nipples, Caked Breast, and
Indeed every form of external dls-
S For tho JJrctb Creation it cures
II Siprains, Swlnny, Stin Joints,
t- H FAn.dr. ltirnM, a. I
"S I'oot Wot, Srrcw Worm, Sktao,
Hollow Ilnru, Scratcbri, Wind
falls, Sipnvln, Thrush, Itlnabone,
Old Slores, l'oll livlS, 1 11m npon
the Silerlit and every other ailment
o which the occupants or the
Stnhle and Sitoelc Vard are liable.
Thi Mexican Mustang Liniment
always cures and never dlsuppolnts;
ami il Is, positively,
1?C3 IIAIT C3
LirailHE-N I 01
ifi 0 SITU p! 0
Eotail Doalcrs ia
Strsst, Albsay, Oregon.
McFARLAND & HARVEY.
The Crest Carriage ranufacturin House of the
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.,
llleit ?Iatcrtul, Good Workmanslilp, Handsome Styles, Strong
; and IMirabJe VcSiicIes in Every Respect.
70,000 I CilHHIASSES
niMTAUt'BED BY EHEttWS. FlSITrR CO-, ARE NOW 151 VSK IJf EVERY
WKT OF THE AMEBM AS WSTlStST.
Thpv irlvp nafnilinsr satisfaction. All their work Is warranted. They have received testlmov
nials trom all part" of tbe country of purport similar to the lollowlng, hundreds ot which are on
file subject to inspection : ,
xtpasn. KnrnoN Fiim Co.: Gai-va, Ills.. Jnlv IS, 1S79.
lUiviKci tine of vour Top Iluesries three years, and three of t hem I wo j r is in m y liver-st-ible
arid t bey have .(riven nic perfect satisfaction and are in eonstant use. Ohcar Smallsy. ;
Mxwr rori-iierc ft Joirss -v : , NKWpr.BRY. R. C, July 17. 1879.
iinr ' - I have been uwinsr tbe Kmcrson ft Fisher Bnsary 1 bousrht fi-om you as roughly.!
' snnnose as anv me could. I had a fast horse, drove him at full speed. nmetim?s with two la
hV.W nd mwl' i 'i t he bnKv, and it is to-day worth all the money 1 jiald for it. I say the En
"i"mi ft Fisher Unties will do. ' A. M, Tkaove, Fanner.
; Tlie favorable rem (at ion the Oarrinnres have, made in localities where they have been used for
several vcars bv l.lvervninn. I'll vsicians.nnd others requiring hard and eonstantnse. has led t
ITn Incn-iwd demiind from those localities, to meet which the mannfactnrtnBr ftulitlc of lheu
mammoth establishment have lieen extended, enabling them novr to turn out In good style. ,
3 GO CARRIAGES A WEEK.
FISHER & CQ.'S CARRIAGES ARE THE CIST, .
Albany, : Oregon.
REGULATING TIME-PIECES ft B.EPAIF
ing Jewelry a specialty. Call. Tllnl7
Aifeuta for "New 1ft me" Sewlns; M.
Infallibls Indian Eeaedies.
t Sure Shot For
FEVER fc AGUE.
DURING A LONG RESIDENCE AMONG
tbe Indian tribes of the eonBt and the Inte
rior, I have had the ?ood fortune to discover,
from The "Medicine" men of the several i ribes. -and
from other sources, a number of rented lea
for diseases Incident to this country, consist
ing of roots, herbs and bul k, nnd bavins; been
solicited by many people of this volley. Who
have tried and proved the efficacy of them in
disease, to procure and oiler t be surue for sale,
I take this means of announcing to all that,
during tbe past season, I have made an extend
ed tour through the mountains and valleys,
and have scenred certain of these remedies
which are a sure cure for , i -
Fever sand Ague.
Thooe anffcrinjr from Ague who tlesire to bo
3nre-.t,can leave orders at Mr. Strong's store on
First street, where I will furnish the remedies,
varruiuinx a radical euro or 1 will demand no
pay. VT. Si. J()ll..
fc35Iiemedies done up in $1 packages. 13-1