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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1872)
WALTER A. WOOD
Mowing & Reaping Machines,
THE COMING HARVEST.
C. 1), COM STOCK & CO.,
SPRINCVILLE & ALBANY, OREGON,
Sole Agent for Oregon & tVasliinglon Territory.
W. S. SEWNRT,
iVnvtltiiu A ymtrnl Ak.-hi,
THKSK JVKTLY CUI'lUil SlAt'lflXKN ABE NOW IX OEXEHAI.
1 use in Russia. I'rnMn, iMrUi, Bnvuria, France, Spain, KiijrluniLnnd N..nh
mi l stun ii Vim-rim. In tact throughout the whole rivlliiicd orlil, una have
Ihh-h awniddn mo FIBVTTIIKnirHM At every trinl, Unit In Europe una
Anierl, since ilieAVm-litkHilrat Furls in 17. since which tlmcnmnj vlHm.il
ttuiirovuinontH uuve been added,
One & Two-Horse Double-Geared Jointnl Flexible
never riovr. Thernre flw WONDER of the ABE for Strength Beunly, fa-
l-ucity uu 1 LIUIfiNIAr) f DKAr'T.
I jF - H AX I NG REAPED ,
i'li Slow h.;r Attachment, Is flft moiM complete and desirable Reancr, either In
Europe or America, and isa CUiMl'LETE REAl'ER and a t.oMl'LETE JlOWER,
being Iwo seperule machines.
FOR THE WOOD'S RSACHSNES
That llu-v are the LIBHTEST DRAFT, the QCIt REST and BEST MOTION, aj
we.llin Uif.Movr DCRARLE, That t bey leave the bTNDLKsl IN THE lE1
Ml U'E.nndiiro the K VSIEST HANDLED of uny Mowing ami limiting Macliutu
-h In t In l.iin-Of Amcna.
tif We Warrant Ihc Wood's Machines to he ss J, 2
i y lieprfxcnted. jff 2
l,jr A ( ill assortment .if EXTRA eoiistantty kept at all our Ag lei.
WE ALSO HAVE THE AUENCV OF THE
wlili the WOOI lMIKOVi:'rI lis t, m bleb renders It one of tbe BEST BEAD-
KSyon'linj a llewtcr, lw snr you ;rn( Hie tlAINE with Wood' lata Im
proveiueu'li as lin y win-only added in 1871.
SUM) FOR DESCKIPTIVI3 BOOK.
Albany, May 3 1, 1S73-3S
P.C. HARPER & CO.
TITK BEti LEAVE TO CM.L Till: AT
TT tentlou of .the rnibUc tp our large ad
clls.jlci ted slock of
mislittingof tin' latot met most fasblon
Ublo style- of
(nd Fancy Vot Ions. Intho
0 Offer the latest stvles in CLOTHING,
Uielastln USDEltiVEAR. Ihenobbll
est TIES and SCARF tbe nicest
GU)VE8 and i At'NTLETS,
and the 'Hon" In BOOTS
SHOEK, wbili- our
bit all the rage,
ffakcopoonstuntly on hand a full as
to fret, evtrvthlng in Ui 'buutor's llito.
Our - ;,'
Mirrors & Picture Frames
mbraoe all sixes and styles. In the Hue of
P0CKET& TABLE CUTLERY,
liii(stlc CoodN, &,
WOOD & WILLOW WAKE,
qur stock Is full and complete.
BT Call and examine hoods, jga
)WWl Italldlilff, First St., Albony.
P. G. HARPER & CO.
HAS JI ST RETl-RNEI) FROM SAN
FMnetsco, with a large and extensive
addition to hts stuck, w bicb be Is now sel
ling at the
LOWEST PRICES !
Ills stock, in part, consists of :
gPRlXt; & SI MMER DRESS (i(Mi.,
in large variety.'
SFIUXG A SUMMER HIAM Ls.
LADIES', BESTS" A CHILDREN rf'
LADIES', BENTS' A CHILDRESS'
Kid Gloves, (w bite, black A coloi'd!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Trimmings, Fringes & Emuroiftery.
ji:ntv aso ntiir
tlKSTV A- noVVUATKnud CAPS,
. " (ti!i entire new itoek.) ,
Itouls iiiitl Mioes,
HiMkctM nnl Uoo.lriin.ire,
G.-JELO IE Si,
A., e., c., Ae.,
All of w hich he I arret ing at exceeding
TO THE LADIES A CALL IS ESPECIAL
BSrriirlies fumtahlng, should call and
sec our large dtock of
OIL CLOTINI, BLIXUS,
IIIUAEST J-ltn raid for Connlry
looda Delivered to any parlor town.
JJrt Jfuun St., ALBAS V
FOURTH OF JULY
PORTLAND, ASTOHIA, CAS
I'M and tbe DALLES.
1 heO, A ('. U. !t. will tun a complete and
ample train til'
llriruntlj Furnished t'litu,
ON THE I
FORENOON OF JOLT 4. 1872.
CS5"Sncclnl favors by Way of comforts to
all delegation of tiity and ou r.
CkniplptentTOnSflnient9roa1so matte with
llir steamers feat inur Portland on the
Uiomlng of July 5th, I'm'
Tickets fur Ihe Rol'ND Tilll' to any of
these (mints will lie on sole at all
tin' olllccsoftbe Railroad
All Titt Good for Fife Dap.
RATES 01' FARE FROM ALL POINTS
AMI HKTl'HN :
Port- Asto- Ca Hal
land. ria. cades, leu.
Frtn Enaeneretni 8.00 0 HW UI
' 5.00 i.Mi
:i ii 5.75
" 3.01) 5.50
" i.7. 5,45
' 12 4.71
" i.iKi 4. .D
' 1 .'.II 4.00
" .50 3 00
t-jr l.ci ail who wisb health and real
pleasure enfoy 1he,sp emtniilshigly low
mtes, as doubtless H will lie years before
such (onus will lie offered again.
6v'" Micrniilcent arrnngeiuetits will lie
nuuin lu I'ortluudXor the Afternoon anil
Evening of the Fourth, ami nil wlio go
further will si ill enjoy Ibecnliiv pro;fraiu
Tirkett must be neflired by July 1st
r. w. siiaw,
E. D. WHITLOW & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
Flrt-S!., 3 doors below Conner's Bank,
Keeps constantly on liand for sole
Black Walnut Parlor
and Chamber Setts,
Painted Chamber Setts,
Uiuiuu room and
of all kinds;
rULC A Ei ltEKA BEDS,
RIK. KlXBt HAlltS,
in all llslimnebes. Order, filled with
proiuplncss and dispatch.
Rcpnlring & iHiiuiitclurluK
done to order..
C2T"Goods delivered loony )!ftrt of the city
6v5"'All our work warrantod. Jgg
Give ns a Call and Esamino oar
COFFINS made to order on short notice.
E. D. WHITLOW A CO.
February 0, '71-'-M
. M. JONI1S M. It.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE SOUTH SIDE FIRST STREET,
UlMttUrs, In J. 51. Beach's store-house,
licsi.lcnco Second street, south of tbe
( arlwi Ight warehouse. 37v4
T. W. IIAICIIS, H. .,
I!i)ttUlui ami Surgeon,
ALBAS T, ORKBOS.
OFFICE ONE DOOR EAST OF TELE -graph
ofliee, on First slreot.
Ucsidenoe At Mr. A. Hncklciuan'a. 37-4
iIJipmiIJI m &
PAtiritr; act mkws.
barter Ilenrj- I,., son of cpt:iit.
John Harlow, aged about five years,
was drowned in (nidi's Jjike.
Portland, bst Tuesday.
TIjj ferry Wu, at SaWdi, from
lK'iti'' overloaded witli teams and
tastcngem on their way to ewnp-
mcetihg, eame very near siukiug
mtil'Wty across the river. It set-
lied on OliC side, leaked so SStopUt
the' firm out, and had to be run
;i-hi to with the paddles, arriving
there just in time to prevent its
A .Mr. Jiller, of linker county,
' owns a yearling colt which weighs
; 8-0 pounds.
The grain sown late in the spring
in VVashiiigtoji county is a failure.
7 'here are ikm-soiis between
the ages of 4 and S!0 years in Wasco
i I.a -l week a nan in F.ane comity
stole a horse and sold him tor
i 810 oO, Jhe purchaser tooK the
horse and ' loft.
Wm". Warreii, of Yamhill county,
l as air ox which has been twice
bitten by rattlesnakes this season.
7'he ox will probably die.
Eugonc. City is represented by
the Journal as in the way of rapid
At the late term of the Circuit
Court at the Dalles, John Wey
land was convicted of Bttempting
to commit rap on the ierscin of
Lizzie A. liayden, a child under
ten years of ago, and was sentenced
to eight years imprisonment in the
The step daughter of Iff. Chris.
Taylor, near JAonroe, was: thrown
from a horse last Sunday, bung in
the stirrup, and was dragged a con
siderable distance. She lived but a
lew moments after being extricated.
I for age was thirteen.
7' lie man Johnson, who 5vas ar
rested some time since by Sheriff
7lirubull of Clark county, W.
Upon a charge of bigamy, commit
ted in Tillamook county, Oregon,
and confined in jail at Vancouver,
awaiting a requisition from the Gov
ernor of Oregon, escaped last Fri
day morning by cutting away the
grating in front of the jail door.
Chinamen, to the disgust of the
white burglars, are monopolizing the
house-robbing business in Montana
A corres)ondcnt wants them exter
minated, thereby furnishing the
high-heeled, black mustached rob
ler an opportunity to ply bis voca
tion without coming in contact with
cheap Chinese labor.
II. II. Hurton, of Vamhill coun
ty, is on his way homo from 7e.xas
with 1,400 head of catt'e.
A gold lode in Colarado, re
cently sold for $100,000, is now
producing at the rate of $3,000,
000 per annum.
Puget Sound is complaing of dull
A Nevada boy who was shot
through the skull by a playmate
not long since, is getting well in
spite of the bullet through his brain.
Sonoma county, Cal., has 120
farms of over 500 acres each-
Throughout the mountains the
grape crop of California promises
7vo young ladies in Salem the
other night were crossing a mill
race when they discovered some
white object a short distance below
in the water, which they supposed
was a',gorJse, but as they com
menced pelting the object with
s.ones, tlley found out it was a man
taking a.Wh. The young ladies
Wire worms have done consider
able damage to young wheat in the
AValla Walla is intending to
have a celebration on the Fourth of
July to surpass anything she ever
projected in that direction.
G. T. J. JcKinuoy, at Olym-
pia, was presented .with a gold
headed cane last week.
Hallett has his portion of the
Northern Pacific Kailroad almost
ready lor the ties, lie has 800
J. 1), Bennett, of Fayette valley,
Idaho, lost about 200 tons ot hay
by the late high water in the Fay
The-Raonock Indians, of Idaho,
arc on the war path, killing travel -
It is prophecied that trains will
1 running from Kalama to Olym-
. ... .. pi , "
p;a. -Northern I ticnic i;auroai, no -
bra the snow fulls.
l'r. Rogers, of San Francisco,
wont to the Women's Right Con
vention last week with one side of
bis face shaven smooth, and tlie publican candidate in Coos cotmty
other side covered with a heavy j for Prosecuting Attorney, Secowf
mustache and beard, lie was ! DUtrict, was 7. His majority in
thought to lie insane. j the District is 188.
General Howard has expressed! 7'he Denton Democrat of the
the belief that the trouble with the j '20th inst has the following: "On
White Mountain Apaches in Ari- j Tuesday last, as .1r. William Gal
zona is nearly over. i braith was hauling rails from the
An Indian known as "Stuttering ! timber on Reaver Creek, in Benton
A'ill" fell dead at Oregon City on county, the fioWad bacHOW frighten
Thursday of last week. cd by a dog and fn away. 1 1 it -
A farmer in Union county killed j ting a stump, ,1r. '. was thrown-.
2J)0O ground squirrels during May j from the wagon and seriously (if
last. May wasn't a good month not fatally) injured. The horses,,
fbr squirrels, either. I the property of R. I. j'uehauan,
Wm. Rowland was arrested at ran some two hundred yards, wheu
Silvcrton on the charge of stealing , they came in contact with a tree
from Mr. Me Craw, of Marion killing one and some what injuring
county, and lodged in jail.
The .Montana cricket crop is nu
merous. Lizards scarce.
Idaho City has a double-headed
The wool clip of Thurston county,
Washington Territory, is estimat
ed at thirty thousand pounds.
High water is reported from all
sections of I'tah and Idaho Terri
tory, and consequent great destruc
tion of bridges, fields ami crops.
All the bridges on Rear river have ; for Shavian,
lieen swept away. Fifteen hundred pounds oftiilro-
A single raft of logs was received ; glycerine, which was being maim
recently at the Port Blakoly Mills I factured into Hercules powder at
on the Sound, which contained one j the California Powder Company's
million one hundred thousand feet,
It was the largest raft ever sent
down the Sound.
Ladies on horseback are no un
common sight in Salem on pleasant
evenings, says the Statesman,
The First liaptist Church of
Portland has a new pastor Rev.
A. R. Medbury.
It is said that fully one-half of
the grain sown in 7oise and Pay
ette valleys has leit destroyed by
high water, and that upwards of
two thousand acres of land have
lieen totally washed away.
7'he Unytmittn says that Hon.
Joseph G. Wilson, Congressman
elect, was presented with a hand
some cane a few days since by the
Congregational .S'nnday -School of
fifen. T. J. KcKinuey and Chan.
Prosch, editor of the Tribune, had
a personal rencontre on the streets
of Olympia, last Saturday, in which
Prosch, says the Courier, received
a severe caning at the hands of Mc-
The Puget Sound Courier tells
ot a distressful and almost fatal ac
cident occuring at Seattle on Satur
day last Mrs. Young, wife of A.
R. Young, Esq., came very near
losing her life in the following
shocking manner : She was doing
some work about the house that re
quired her to step upon a liox in the
vicinity of which was located and
projecting a large meat hook. Tlie
box lieing unsteady it tipped over
and threw her, and as she fell her
neck caught on the hook in the re
gion of the jugular vein, and inrlict
cd a Severe but it is hoped not a
mortal wound. It is said that the
hook penetrated her neck, glancing
upward, parallel with the vein, tear
ing and breaking through the flesh
as she fell to the floor, and making
a terrible and ghastly wound.
7'he Puget Sound Courier says
it is rumored that the Secretary of
the Interior has written to tho di
rectors of the N.PR.R. Co. inform
ing them that as soon as they com-I--,,
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JOCkC IMC jniliVAM iu uu- . . .nil . . v'i
the Sound at any point, that will
lie regarded as their choice of placo
for a terminus, and they will 1-e
precluded thereby from holding
government lauds any farther be
yond such jioint. In consequence
of this, it is said that tho company
intend to carry their line all tho
way to Rellingham Ray before they
attempt directly to approach the
waters of the Sound anywhere. Af
ter this bs done,they will begin first
to attend to tho building q
j tlie ..branch roads . at diflferenl
points, connecting their main
line with the little towns and liar.
, bor where such branch lines may
I needed and where they wilfc
, ihuhijuk .
Fifteen hundred dollars have
lx'cn secured in Salem for a town
The majority for Chcnowelb, lie-
Two barrels of whisky were
stolen from the Tacoma House, in
Olyinpia, W. 7'., recently.
The Western Washington Indus
trial Association will hold an annu
al exhibition at Olympia, beginning
on the 0th of October next.
A rich amber mine is said to
have been discovered on the main
land of Alaska.
Utah barbers charge fifty cents
i Works, San Francisco, exploded mi
the 21st, blowing the building: into
kindling wood and badly damaging
five other structures in the vicinity.
7'he earth was torn up to a. depth
of twelve feet in a eireumiereuce ot
one hundred and twenty feet, No
lives were lost, nor no one injured.
Loss, about $10,000.
Roseburg has no lime in town at
present, says the PRiindeuler, with
a large demand.
Black bear are reported plentiful
on the Coquillo river along tbr
mail route to Randolph.
The Pluinikuler reports the
mines at Roseburg as paying well.
There are 160 insane persons at
the Asylum in East Fort'and, 37of.
whom are females.
A number of gentlemen at Mc
Minnville, a fewdaysogojinnointod
their faces with carbolic acid, to
keep off the small pox. They ar
now nursing their faces.
Fourteen Sunday Schools are in- .
tending to unite in cclcbratiog tlie
Fourth of July at the camp ground
(en. Conn is the recently ap
pointed Receiver of tho Linkvillu
Tho fifth scssiou of the Yamhill
County Teachers' Association will
be held in the Academy at NortiV
Yamhill, commencing July 9th,
and continuing four days.
Hon. J. G. Wilson, Representa
tive elect to Congress, is the mem
ber for Oregon in tho National Re
publican Committee, that commit
tee being composed of one member
from each State.
Anew Court House for the ac
commodation of the litigants of Pa
cific county, AV. T., is lieing btiili
at Oysterville, the county scat.
The Bulletin says small pox has
entirely disappeared from Portland,
the last case being discharged from
the post-house last Monday.
Eugene has a case of small' pox.
7'hree persons have been exil
ed from the Raptist Church at Eu
gene for dancing.
About twenty vrsons Were con
verted at the recent cainp-nuxtu g
At seven minutes to eight o'clock
on the evening of the 18th, the
denizens of .San Francisco were fa
vored with a view of a comet, h
made its apiiearauee a little to tl
northwest of the zenith and passed
slowly toward the northeast, disap
pearing finally at a point high abov
There is nothing definite from
(Veueva Board as vet.