The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18??, May 24, 1872, Image 3

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    1872.
1872.
SOMETIIIIVO NEW.
TEC 13
WALTER A. WOOD
Mowing & Reaping Machines,
FOR
THE COMING HARVEST.
C. B. COMSTOCK & CO.,
SPRINCVILLE & ALBANY, OREGON,
Hole Agent lor Orcon & Washington Territory.
W. S. NEWBIRY,
Turn Unit A General Agent,
AI.IIA.N Y, OBEUOX.
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nic. il. i Mm (he Worlds Ki.ir.i: Pari in
iiuprovcuienis lime been addod.
The W-w
One & Two-Horse Ildublc-Geored Jointed Flexible
Bar Mowers,
ncverolog. Theynrc lire WONDER OK THE AGE for Strength) Ilcunty, Ca
pacity mill I.IUU Of ORAFT.
THE
SELF -R AKIN REAPER,
wi h Mowing Attachment, htlhe most complete and desirable i: ipcr, either ,Jp
Rimme or Amen.... ..ml ls ( IMI'LETE BKAl'Kll uml a COMFi.EI E MOM Ml,
being two operate machines.
7K7JH CLAIM
FOR THE WOOD'S MACHINES
That thojrarothe LIGHTEST DRAFT. the"QCIOKET W'l BKOT M0TION;,ns
w wile MOST ITKAItl.K. That Ihw leavethe III Sl'tKH IN . HI J. II MT
SHAPE, and arc the EASIEST HANDLED of liny Mow Ing and Reaping Machine
I'll her in Europe or America.
ttTWe WHrraiil the Wood' MischlneiMo be Ji
I y Beprescntcd. J. 3
A full assortment of EXTRAS constantly kept at all our Agencies.
WE ALSO HAVE Till: AGRSCV OF THK
HAINES' HEADERS,
v ill. the WOOD IMPROVEMENT, which renders it one of I be BK8T IIEAIi-
K HSyonBMiv a Header, tic sure you Rt 11"' HALVES with Woods" Isate Ini
lrovt incuts, as they wcruouly added i" IS71.
SIJftiD FOB DESCRIPTIVE BOOK.
Albany, May Sd, 1878-ffl
P.C. HARPER & CO.
aim: nun Leave to call the at
V t km! Inn of the public to our large and
well selected stock of
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
consisting of toe latest and most fnshlon
iihlo styles of
DRESS GOODS!
TBIMWIMJ.
UtKIIIMAHS,
WSAM Vt,
MMWS.
EM1IBOIDEBY
and Fancy Notions. In the
Gentlemen's Department
we offer the latent styles In (T.OTIIINO,
tueheatln t;Nl)Ki:'K.lt, Ihenohbi.
est TIES andSCAKFS. ilie nicest
gloves and o.untlets,
ami the inn" in lli. )TS A
SHOES, while our
HI Lit II ATM
arc all the rage.
We keep constantly on hand a full as
sortment of
SHOT O-TJKTS,
SHOT-POUCHES,
Uf.N-TlHEs,
POWDER,
FLASKS,
SHOT-BEETS,
POWDER,
SHOT.
CAPS,
In Tret, everything In the Jiuntcr's line.
Our
Mirrors & Picture Frames
embrace all sizes and styles. In the line of
OEOOEHI E S ,
Crockery,
CilnsNWHre,
Fruit Jura,
POCKET 6 TABLE CUTLERY,
Nails,
Tobacco,
Do Baca tic Goods, Sc
WOOD WILLOW WARE,
oar stock is fall and complete.
W CaXL AND EXAMINE GOODS, 3
PeeUfa BaUMIng, First St., Albany.
P. C. HARPER 4 CO.
1872.
w0 trial. hrfli inKuro,... and
17, slue which lime many vaMftuM)
SPRING
GOODS !
SPRING
GOODS !
GEORGE TURRELL
n.S JtST RETURNED FROM SAX
Francisco, w ill. a lanfc and extensive
addition to hts stock, which he is now scl
lin.u at the
LOWEST PRICES!
His slock, In part, consists of !
SPRING SI MMER DRESS GOODS,
(a law variety.'
SPRING SI MMER SHAWLS,
dates! styles.
LADIES', IJKXTB' & CHILDREN'
Hosiery.
LADIES'. GEXTS- A CIHLD11EXS'
Kid WOves, iwhlte, black ft eolorM)
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Trimmings, Fringes & Embroiflery.
UEXTV AMD HO VP
CLOTHING !
OEVTV & ROYS" IIATH and I'AFN,
HARDWARE !
(an entire new slock. I
Boots and SIio.-m,
Baakets ami Womlennare,
GROOBRI E S
Ac., Ac,, Ac, Ac., Ac.,
All of which he Is offering at exceed I
low rates.
TO THE LADIES A I ALL IS ESPECLI
I V RECOMMENDED.
E-Sr -Parlies fnrnisMng, should call .
see our large stock of
Carpets, XLvtm
OIL CLOTHS, BLINDS,
CURTAINS, ETC,
HMUBf PaVCB PaM for ouu.
Uoods Delivered to tmy parlof low
VEOBA.E TVBBELL,
vt PlBtiT St., A1.ba
...
NEW TO-DAY.
W. J. MILLER,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
IS ril EPA RED TO DO SI'UVKVDiG and
Eniclneering. ( Inler sollistea By null,
In which promiil attention will Is' (and.
Residence Tangent, Linn county. Or
iron ; Posloltlcc address -Allsiny. 'gniSI
Arctic Soda.
HAVING ADDED VASTLY TO OI K
facilities lordlsis'iisiHK Ibis delight
fill and healllHgivIng beverage, we w ould
announce to our former lmtrous, and the
nubile generally, tluit sre are fully prejured
frain one of those elegant
Tiiri'a Arctic Fouiilulns,
tosupplv soIa of the ls'st quality In un
limited naantities to till who may favor us
with a tall-
BOTTLED SODA !
AKU
Sarsaparilla!
WILL, HI RING THE
SPRIWO and SUMMER.
lie delivered to fniniliis. ordering through
out the city.
Deaiera Supplied at Liberal Balm.
A. CAROTHERS ft CO.,
Hi 'inline Haines
Headers, fhsm 10 to It feet cut. made by
Waller A. Wood, at Ilixislck Falls, X. Y.,
with alt his Improvements, and having
also Donne's Patent Adjustable Reed.
Kf No other Hcailers have Hi. -a- Ini
pmvements. Take none mil the Halne's
Improve I Hi nders made by Wood.
HiisncII's Thresher,
as Improved, is the perfccllon of the
Threshing Machine. We have them from
1 to 40 Inch, with new feed la'ile, lar ;e
shoe, dnul.le fi.n. tdevator, double di
cliarac, etc., nui le eiecl.dlv for ihe wants
of thisceost, after years of study. It has
creator elennlnK enpnetty than any other,
I Is every w ay perfect. fcs8No other
machine has ever equalled the "Russell";
none can excel it.
I READW ELL A CO.,
San Francisco.
April lKlmS
THE NEW FAMILY
SXKTGs-Xijn
SEWING MACHINE,
WITH ATTA(1IMETS Foil
ALL Hi I N S OF WORK,
Is fast w inning favor In the household, &S
shown bv the mpMlv Increasing sates.
This NEW FAMILY MACHINE is capa
ble of a ramreand variety of work such as
w as once thought Impossible lo perform
by machinery. We claim and .an show
thai it is the cheapest, most beautiful, del
icately urmugud, nicely adjusted, easily
opi.rated, and smoothly running ot all the
Family S'w in' Machines. I' is remark
aide not only for the m.iKc and variety of
its sewing, tmt also for the variety and dif
ferent kinds of texture which it will sew
with equal facility and peifi'Ctlon. usimr
siik Ovist, linen or cotton thtxnd, line or
ecsirse, making the Interlock! SVelsaUe
HliUh, alike on Isith sides of tbefahric
sewn. Tliiis, beaver'clothVor linther. may
lie sewn wlih sreat strength und nnffortn
Ity of stitch ; and, in a moment, ibis wil
ling and never-wearying instrument may
1' adjusted for tine work on ptuze or gos
samer tissue, or the tuckins of tarlatan, or
rnffilittK, or almost any other work which
delicate lingers have Itcen known to (X'r
tonn. Apply to
S. II. CLACGHTON,
AGENT FOR LINN COI XTY,
I.KHA0., OBMX.
.Visual the Drug Stoiv of A. CAItOTII-
Eits ft i o., Aihany, Oregon.
May tt, ls'Ju.',,
m l.(i..M,vi:lllNKS.
THK CElF.RlUTF.Ti
Buck Eye Sewing Machine.
Price $14; without luble, B35
coast rbwh.
Recent slides in the motintaita
near Hat erec, R. C, have devel-
oped several large veins of good
I
Olaqna is the name of a new
town to be laid off in Cowlitzooun
ty, W.T.
Land in John Day Valley is held
fDunfivcto ten dollars per acre,
except in favored localities.
A writer rays that April in John
Day Valley was the coldest ever
exK'rienced.
The artesian wells on the Swino
mish tlais, W. 7!, are on the "!ull
tide of successful exjierintent." One
lias been sunk 87 feet on the farm
of Michael Sullivan, in which water
of an excellent quality rises to with
in two leet of the top.
Mr. Williamson, of Frccport,
Washington Territory, is opposed
to sending children from the place
tiir schooling, and more opposed to
their growing up in ignorance, lie
is uow building a very neat, sub
stantial school house, and keeps a
competent school mistress continu
ally in employ.
The Olympia Tribune says:
.ramcs Huntington, of Monticello,
was on last Tuesday morning run
over and instantly killed by a train
of cars on the Northern Pacific
I fail road. He had licen out milk
ing, and, returning, was crossing
the track when struck by the mov
ing train.
An Idaho invalid was ordered
by a physician to take three ounces
of brandy a day, and knowing that
sixteen drachms make an ounce, has
patiently been taking forty-eight
drinks a day ever since.
Some boy at ( iregou City cram
med jaK'r between the walls of
the Seminary building at that place
and set it on tire. A timely dis
covery saved the binding.
Fifteen hundred cases of salmon
have been eeeived in Portland
within a month.
Aalt Lake Democrats are much
divided. Fome favor Greeley as
the only way to lteat Grant, while
others commit, tliemselves to the
Administration as the sure friend of
the Liberal element of Utah.
Fx-Governor Gihls delivered a
telling speech at Oregon City last
Saturday evening.
The Kngene City Jotmml says
"the expenses of the county this
year are nearly a thousand dollars
in exc.-ss of last year."
The rewdenoe of Mr. Edwards in
Salem was burglarised last Satur
day morning, lint 1 Hie taken.
The waters of Owens Lake, Cal,
sre said to he steadily rising since
the earthquake.
Miles M. Miller is reporter of the
Salem Memm;.
William Langhead has withdrew
from the contest ill Marion county.
He was an independent Republican
candidate tor Clerk.
The Circuit Court of Marion
county granted five divorce at the
late term.
The citizens of Dayton are in
tending to build a free bridge at
that place.
Where the Oregon Central Rail
road strikes the Yamhill river, a
town has been laid off.
Twelve district schools recently
had a raud picnic at Woodburu
Station, Marion county.
Mrs. Margaret Crose, of Salem,
fell cigltt or ten feet lately, severely
injuring herself. She will probably
recover.
The Mercury says a tlref enter,
ed a house fourteen miles south of
Salem, a week ago, and stole a
large amount of clothing, jewe'ry
and money, and escaped u discov
ered. He entered the house by
placing a ladder against the wall
aud climbing in at tlie second story
window,
"Winchester Joe," Chief of the
Umpqua tribe of Indians, was at
Salem last week, trying to make
arrangements to have Mr. Chap
man retained as manager of the
logguig bushtess eu tin) Grand
Hondo Agency.
Fort "Vancouver is now com
manded by Lieutenant Silva.
The silver mines of Montana look
; favorable, at si more clear silver
1 will be shipped from that Territory
thb year that, has been produeed
P time-
Aootil miny tienuie oustiatm
men of Salt Lake City have signed
a card asserting that life and prop
erty arc to-day as certain in lTtah
as in any State or 7erritory in the
Union, and that there is not a shad
ow of fouiii'atioti to the representa
tions sent abroad that great excite
ment exists on account ofthe recent
decision, and that bloodshed is im
ininei.t on accouht of It.
The Vancouver Reykter reports
a very loose state of morals exist
ing at Putnphrey's station id Cow
litz county. Rad whisky sold ub
libitum without leave or license,
faro and other gambling devices
and all other concomitants usual to
the worst types of railroad town.
A Conve.tion of Spirit mediums
met in Salt Lake recently for the
purpose, as stated, of adopting
measures to lienetit society and de-1
velop more perfectly the science of
inspiration.
Dr.ti. W. Rrown, of Portland,
announces himself as an indepen
dent Democratic candidate for the
Legislature of that county.
A Squamish Indian was fatallv
injured by Long Browo, recently,
on Squamish Island, Washington
Territory.
The German papers of Cincin
nati denounce in strong and em
phatic language the bargain wliich
resulted in the nomination of Gree
ley and Brown. 7'hey say that
the Germans of the country are dis
satisfied, and will not supiort the
ticket.
Grasshoppers are making their
appearance in groat numliers in
Utah, causing dismay among farm
ers. Richard Smith, ot San Francisco,
on the 16th, was knocked down by
two highwaymen. He rose to his
feet instantly, and seizing a loose
cobblestone hurled it at one of the
robbers with such force as to break
his skull, whereupon the other ran
away. 7' he one struck with a
stone is supposed to be fatally in.
jilted.
Rust is said to lie making sad
havoc in the wheat crops at San
Gabriel, Cal., and other parts of
the county.
Papers received at San Francisco
from Japan state that the late plot
to seize the Emperor and carry him
off to Kioto, and then rise and ex
terttlhmle the whole foreign popu
lation, was participated in by 40,
0(10 men ; but the Government was
cognizant of it, and defeated the
attack on the palace, and quickly
restored order. The Viceroy of
Nankin, a man of great i iHnence
ami the determined enemy of for
eigners, is dead.
Mr. Burnett in one of his sieecli
es in the valley compared tho Fen
ians with the Ku Knur,
Flying kites and ball playing
are the delights of Portland boys.
A young clerk in Sua Francisco,
having lost his last dollar on stocks,
attempted to poison himself on the
10th, but antidotes saved him.
Juan Davis, of San Francisco,
died ou the 10th from the effects of
receiving the contents of a sprii.g
gun, wliich he had set for Chinese
chicken thieves.
The I' tali Northern railroad is
completed to Bos Elder Lake.
The wife of a confirmed cripple,
in San Frai ciseo, poured a kettle of
hot water over him the other day
injuri ig him much. Si e was ar
rested. IW. Whitney and a corps of
scientific men, are at Owens' river,
California, tor the purpose of inves
tigating the causes and effects of
the late earthquake.
The Olympia Transcript lias
hoisted the names of Greeley and
Rrown for President and Vice
President, and endorsed the Cin
cinnati Convention.
Black bears are reported plenti
ful near Seattle.
Mrs. Shafer, mother-in-law of
Governor Salomon, died at Olym
pia, oaiuraay do fore last, of dyspep
sia. Denver, CVitotado, is to have a
beet-sughf tkctory, 30,000 having
j been robseribed in that city for tlie
, purpose,
, The local, editor, foreman, com.
Pwitor' ni 80metunM the
, iiyiop trumnc,
ed in the single person ot the pub
lisher and proprietor.
The property value for the pres
ent year ot Clark county, Wash
ington 7brritory, is $750,000, mak
ing the average amount of property
1)1,000 to each voter. So says the
Register.
Recently John Campbell, ot Ho
quain, Chehalis county, W. T., was
killed by a neighbor named Wil
liam Kirkland. The latter sur
rendered and is now in custody.
The following is from the Boise
City Standard coigxiruiug Al.
Priest, the convict who escaped
from the Territorial Prison of Ida
ho a short time since, and imme
diately stole two horses from Mr.
RuK?arsou, and started to leave the
country : "We are told by Billy
Ilise, driver east from this place,
that there is no doubt of the death
of .4.1. Priest. A body was found
near the road in the Goose Creek
Mountains, which answers to his
description. It is said that Riia?ar
son overtook him with the stolen
horses, and as Priest made an at
tempt to draw a weapon, shot'him
through the head, killing him in
stantly.'' The Port Townsend Argus says
that Mr. O. R. Moore was thrown
to the ground and trampled on by
his horses while jiassing through a
gate that tell ou them. He had
several teeth knocked out, and was
badly cut about the mouth and
bruised about the chest, but is on
the mend.
The Umatilla Indians have start
ed on their annual spring hunting
expedition in tho Blue Mountains.
The new tannery at the Peniten
tiary was to have been completed
this week.
The annual address before the
Hesperian Society at Monmouth
College, will be delivered by Rev.
D. K. Nesbit, June 10th.
lhere are now 800 voters in
Eagle Creek mines.
Thirty-five tons of green coffee
have been received at Portland
from May 1st to May 15th.
Every store and shop in Olym
pia is crowded with merchandise.
The weekly product of the Hel
ena reduction works is a silver bull
ion valued at 5,000.
Bitter Root valley is lieing ex
tensively planted with grain.
The water is now about out of
the coal mine of I'ellingham Baj,
and it is exfx:ted that coal will lie
taken out in a few days.
It is estimated by the English
press, that when the Noithern 1 a-
citic railroad is finished, they will
be able to go from Liverpool to
Japan m thirteen days less tune
than by the Suez Cana'. 7'he route
will be from Liverpool to Halifax,
thence by the Ca'-adiau system ot'
railways to Duluth and Puget
Sound.
The following dispatch is front
Fort Benton, dated the 3d inst :
Throe wood choppers at Eagle
creek, 80 miles from Benton, were
attacked yesterday morning by 20(1
Yankton Sioux. Frank I'auix, one
ofthe party was shot and mortally
wounded.
Earthquake shocks are still felt
at Lone Pine, Cal. .. number of
old craters emit hot steam ;and
gases.
j'es rs. t arienter and Hammer
have about fifty head of Cashmere
goats on the farm of S. Syphert,
near Salem. 7'he most of them sn
ot' a cross with the common g at.
but some are of the' pure blood.
They recently purchased quite a
number of them in California,
7'he Salem Statexman reports
several eases of small pox among
Indians on the Siletz Reservation.
A stock oomjiauy is lieing organ
ized at Jacksonville for the purpose
of sinking an artesian well at that
place.
Salem JVills are doing a rushii g
business in flour.
Sixty emigrants from the north,
em part of North Carolina are on
their way to settle in Jackson conn-,
ty, Oregon. 7'hey passed through
Aacramento, California, en route on
the 15th inst.
A party near Kirbjville, Jose
phine county, last week ,J$leu tour
tar0e California Hons, Rwassaid to
bo ratlier an unfavorable day, too,
for that sort of sport.
Mr. Commii'gs, blii d man,
was thrown from h s horse, iu Jack
sonville, last Saturday, and received
severe injuries.