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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1872)
Mi'TATiuN. For various reasons we this
week Issue tlu Kkoistkh inn sotm'wkat
smaller form than heretofore. It will
hereafter contain but five column to tlie
;;ige instead of six. It isa more' conven
ient ski' for binding, and Is much easier
linudlcd. It will also Is' seen Hint we use
a much finer muiltty of inner tlmn here
tnfore, that t lie Paper looks bettor, und
that the type used Is. touch smaller, thus
nahllng us to give more lltaii Hie usual
amount of reading matter. WetSfwatM
to give our render in this issue u number
of Hue view at Oregon scenery, bill the
engravings lim e tailed to ivneli us, so fur.
although peomiletl to be here "on time."
U soon as aissille we slmll have our en
graving all done in our onksi here In
Ubanv, by eompetent workmen, when we
tmll lie able to give "plcters" of even'
piuiulnent assemblage or gathering here
about. This limy take some lime but it
i!l lie accomplished.
PMUnt, I-ast Saturday, c. p. itm-k-h.irt.
Esq., brought into onr snnetiiiu u
Imnell of potato vines that were literally
nivered wltli potatoes, one of the potatoes
being nearly us large as a hen's egg. The
said vines were procured from the garden
of Mr. Robert Coiin.jnur miles cast of this
city. The mots were equally us proline
as the tops, as some of the hills turned out
a peck at least of large well Brown nnrr
nhie. Mr. Burkhurt informs us that he
lias taken, the present season, more tlmn
a peek of tine, lance potatoes from the
ground, u here there was not I lie least sign
ul a vine futntoua had mown ami flour'
ished, after plant inc. without sending out
the slightest Indication in the piynf tops
or vines, ('sin any other country In Hie
world equal this potatoes growing under
ground and on top a double crop? Ore
gon aguinst the world lor bis crops.
t'ol'KtV Fun. The time for holding
Hie Comity Kalr Is mrldly approaching.
Already n numlier of fine horses have
lieen brought in, and an' now in dally
I raining over tne race coarse. TheSociety
lias issued very tine two-sheet posters,
inula large numlier of premium lists have
tieen scattered far and wide. A numlier at
iniproveinents and additions to the
m ounds will be inaugurated in a few (lays,
so that visitors as well as exhibitors at the
coming Fair will be enabled to enjoy: more
comfort and satisfaction while on the
grounds tlian heretofore. Everybody is
expecting u very large showing of the
products of our county and Stale in fact
n spirited contest in "every department.
The gathering of people will doubtless far
i 'weed that of last year. Everything now
looks favorable, and betokens an interest
( i ke Piit CASCEU.-ny post, one ltay
sint week, came n missive which purports
to V a cure for cancer. We give the cir-
ular just as it is written, hoping llmt it
niav prove. a its author asserts, a certain
. lire tor those dreadful things called can-i-ers:
I wish to tell how I cured my cancer,
without pain or money. Eight 5 earn ago
n ninrcr came 011 mv linsc. It grew slowly
lor several years, the last two years grow
ing verv rapidly. It liecaine frightful. It
began to eat nnt nivleft eye. I bad mid
liniiilivds of dollars.and tried dortors from
t'arand near, without finding relief. Ft- 1
ually 1 1 "-'.an to (trink wii.11 tea, putting
Hie lea grounds on my cancer every night,
as a poultice. In six weeks thereafter my
cancer was cured. 1 am sixty-two years
old, and liave given this remedy to several
who were afflicted with cancers. I know
of two Hurt have been cured. I believe
wild tea grows over the country generally,
011 uigu litnus.
ALBANY ASH SASTIAM CANAL (VlM-i'axv.-
hi staturdny. August irtst. 1T4,
the share-lMilders in the Albany A Santiam
I anal Company met at the office of Luther
EUcittR. Esq.,m Ferrj- stnt-t in this city, I
nndierfis'tedaii mguiiization liythoelec- I
lion of the following Board of Directors: 1
Martin Lnner, Luther Eikins. Jus. II. Fos-
ter, Jason Wheeler, D. M. Thompson. J. F. !
Ilaekenslo and C. P. Burkhart. Mr. El
kin! was elected President, 1). Mansrtclil, .
Secretarj'i John Conner, Treasurer. The I
meetuig' was very entlinstasilc, und the I
larger pWtlott, if not the entire, renuilii-1
ing stock taken. Our citutens are tbor-1
oughly aroused to Jhe Imisirinnce of this
Improvement, and we liellevo that Hie '
Hoard elect is wmnosesl of the right ma- I
terial.and tltat thentual w ill Imi vigorous-'
ly pushed to an early completion.
Pmnur Mumcai, Moxthly. The siv 1
teniber luimlier of this caellent musleal '
monthly, price .W cents, contains the fol
lowing music, worth. In sheet form, 13 40: I
Father of All, Hucred song ; Lay me where (
my Mother's Sleeping; Little Dure, song
and chorus; Coronutlnn Song, duet or I
ehonis; Merry Insects Flying, duet, Eng
lish or fieniutu; Love ('liase lialop. four I
liands ; School tiirl's Walt. : Willies fiehot-1
lische; Iiiighlng Wave Muzurku. Mr.
I'nters offers to send the July, August mid I
Septemtwr immlers,post-piiiil, for 75 cents, j
or the nine buck numbers for K- tor t:.
which Is cheaper than dirt.
OKUOX Cestbal UAU.KOAD. Tnu-k-Isylng
was to liave been ihiisbed through
Washington county on Wednesday last.
Tlie timber , for the bridge over the Tual
atin river went forward on Tui'sday. At
the north end of Wapimto Lake and wttli
i 11 a quarter of n mile of the Tualatin river
a station is to lie erected, at the town
of Gaston. The building for 11 depot, and
also a large 'urohouMuirtheaccommix!u
1 Ion of gniin producers, was to he com
menced at mice. The etfWtion of u large
hotel and store house was also eontetn
nlated. tiastoti will pfolmhly Isi-oine u
1 own of some note, despite Its name.
A ft En the Iniiiaxs. A very lnterest
ingcommuiitcation from Mr. Moore, giv
ing a detailed account of Ids recent expe
dition after the Indians who " cramped "
on some fine borses, lielonglng to Messrs.
A. Blickleman and Lather Elklus,of this
city. In the mountains cast of as, appears
.tsewbere in this issue. I'ncle Sam's offl
cersat the military, posts gave exery a d
111 their power, and that without delay, In
wimrtng tlie Indians ami stolen animals,
and have earned the warmest gratitude of
t he settlers In that region t hereby.
Pat Vr. Clias. Mealcy wants all those
Indebted to him to walk up and hand over
within thirty days. Those laterestod wUl
give proper nceef to the oall,
IIARRI.NKI RU 'OKIillM'KM K.
Hahrishi mi.Scpt. 3d, 1S74.
En. ltwasTEK : It has become so fash
ionable for people to rush olf Into print
with their "Items" of news, that I have
come to the conclusion to assume a Rom rfe
poem-', mid try my bond at the ipilil.
The low n is quite dull in the way of bus
iness, on aceonnt of the farmers iVlng so
busily engaged in harvesting thelrgrulii.
Wheat is now coming in verv rapidly, hut
as fifty cents is-r bushel is the highest
price yet ottered, lint little is being sold.
The yield is first rate j some acids Hinging
as high as forty bushels per acre, while the
average w ill be alKiut twenty.
our City Fathers, M areceut meeting,
levied a lax of live mills on the dollar,
w hich has furnished the principal topic of
conversatkm for the last two weeks,
among a few w ho refuse to pay sai l lux.
This is the second tux that has been levied
in Ihe city. aud yet some ol our citizens
are Inclined to grumble at (I. They sav
"we have 11 reguliii'Tiiniinniiv hem In Iliir
rlatourg," tmm which one would infer Hint
they calculate lo "Imsf tt up. by refusing
In come to time," but we presume the
Marshal will soon persuade (?) them, that
they bad liest pnnglc."
One week ago to-duv, our usually quiet
little burg was thrown into quite' an ex
citement, over the reported news that
Hits. Hyde, ol this place, had dlel very
suddenly a! Yiiiitiinu Riiv, on the dnv pre
vious. As Mr. and Mrs II. had gone to the
Bay, some time since, and had not return
ed at tlw appointed time, the rmnorsoon
gui 1 creilemi'. Mid spread like wlld-tlre,
until It reached I he ears of Hie chlklren nt
home. A telegram w 11s iuiinediatelv sent
to the Singe Co. at ( 'orvallis, mid an answer
was soon returned, saving Hint they had
heard nothing of it, and as Hie stage had
just arrive 1 from Vnqiiina. this anixiired
lo lie satisfactory- Mr. and Mrs. Hyde re
turned home on Friday last, looking ex
ceedingly well. Mix. El, tad not even bean
sick, and how such a rumor could get start
ed, we hit at a loss to conjecture.
Messrs. llimm Smith and J. W. Brasfleld
started on the asiii nit. to Ochooo. for
health, pleasure (?) and recieation. They
have gone b- the way ot the Military
route, and will return by the santiam. '
The Subject of )Kilitics Is occasionally
broached by sonic (ireeloy Democrat to
his wayward brother (who, nc rehnmv, has
stamina enough to speak- his sentiments!,
in unlet to get him commitled before thev
hear from the Lolllsvllkl Convention, lit
course Hie Ureelcvltes arc In the uiajoi-itv,
but still there are those whoseem 10 think
"there i-luck in leisure," and await the
result of the si might-out convention, be
fore declaring for Oroelcy, It is really
amusing to hear them quarrel among
A gentleman was si-en walking the
streets, a few days since, with a lighted
candle, and when asked what he wanted,
replied that lie wa hunting for "LUieral
Republicans ;" but his search was fruit
less, and we are led tn believe they area
School commenced yesterday, under the
auspices of Messrs. John Kltclienand J. A.
CninplH'Il. K. C. B.
P. s. I have succeeded so well In this
effort, that I think 1 shall have to turn to
be City Editor, or a regmar correspondent
Meeting of the Jfeiiienl S'orlety of
tlie Third JuiUelnl Uislrlet.
ALBAKT, Sept. 3, 1S72.
MB. EmTOB! The Medical Society of
tlie Tldrd Judicial District held lis regular
quarterly convocation at tlie Court House
in tins city, yesterday mid to-day, Dr.
Hill, President, occupying the Chair.
Seventeen professional gentlemen were
present, the District lieiiigtlins very fairly
In the order of business Monilny after
noon, the committee appointed at the last
meeting to prelum- certain memorials for
presentation to our next Legislature, for
tlie regulation 'of medical practice, and
for other purisises, reported, laying liefore
the Society three bills :
One, for the protection of the jK-ople
against imposition and quackery.
Another, tor tlie protection of medical
The third, an act for tlie promotion of
These were most critlmlly and deliber
ately examined by sections, subjected to
some alterations, and iiiiiinlmouslyagreisl
iiimii 11s just and righteous towards the
people, and very reasonable and lllieral
toward every honest and eompetent Indi
vidual engaged in, or nlioul to engage in,
the practice of medicine, surgery, obstet
rics or pharmacy, placing no restrictions
whatever on bis or her pi'ciiliar tenets,
but requiring every such individual so en
gaged or so desiring to engage, to produce
proof, either by diploma or by a censorial
exiiiiiiiiation, t'lmt be or she is qualified tn
practice Hie particular branches under
Itikca. Tin1 committee was instructed to pri'
sent these bills to the Legislature, and
urge their imssuge.
Tile Rmird of (Vnsors re'sirteilfiivombly
iipon theno'illcntion of Dr. Slaty P. Snw
tells for admission to membership. Be
fore the vice was taken, u worm and In
teresting debate was indulged In as to
whether sex should delmr an individual,
and It was finally, and 'I believe) unani
mously, conceile'il Hint she, coming to us
w llh 11 diploma from an acknowledged
medical college, was, by virtue of that
doenment.Jnstlv entitled to the same re
ception due to liny individual under like
In tlie evening, llr. Hull delivered a puli
lic lecture ipsin subjects pcrlnlntng to
medical science: Dr. Flske, also, made
some interesting remarks In regard to the
climatic nee nihilities of Oregon, and onr
needs, medlciil and hygienic, dwelling at
some length nnon the duties of the pro
fession townnls the people, of the people
town pis t he profoxsion . an d of bih I owards
onr institution of inedlcul learning.
This (Tuesilavi fhwnonn was devoted
initial v to report of inses. und 11 Iree In
terchange of ideas 111x111 subjects pertain
ing esicelnlly to practical medicine and
Prior to adjournment, the following n'S
olntion was enthusiast Unlly isissed:
H wivil, That we. inein's'rs of the medi
cal Society of the Third Judicial District,
from other points of the District, hereby
tender onr grateful thanks to our medical
brethren of Albany for the fraternal anil
hospitable treatment we have received
while In attendance msin onr meeting
here, and ask Hint 11 copy of this lie furn
ished to the several papers of the city for
BesiieclfuUy, O. P. S. PU'MMEIt, See,
Wheat Rbi-kiitm 5it Hakkisbciki.
Through the kindness of our corrcsixin
dent, K. C. P., of Ilarrisbitrg. we are In re
ceipt of the nmonnt of wheat stored In
Harrlsburg up to Saturday last. We hone
our friend will continue to use his ram In
furnishing us "Items" from Harrlsburg.
Following is the report:
Smith. fiorstCo. 1J-000
Levy, Seller Co 1MSJ
Total, numlier bqshels i,'.-:m
AhovtSalev. riurlngourvtsll to Salem
last week, wewere plensed to note thecvi
denccs of superior taste as well as substan
tial growth exhibited in the public and
private buildings now boiinrerceiedlhcro.
Conspicuous among We hitter Is a inagnl
liirnt private Bosideuce, enclosed and
rapidly husieningtocoiiiilctiiii. owned by
S.K. Cooke, If Is a iniHlei of tssiefularoni
Icrtnrc. and c kuow of no bllll'llllg 111
the State ihat w ill present a liner appear
ance. Among ie public edlnces more or
less advanced tow ards coiiink" Ion, our at
tention was especially drawn to 1 tit Couit
House, M. E. Church, Agricultural Works
building, and Sisters Convent. Each of
these is lastelnlly and approtirittte.y plan
ned for Hie purpose intended, I- being -u'i-stantially
built of brick, and when Itiilsiut!
w ill add iinicli to 1 1 ts attiuclions ol onr
1 capital. Business in Salem, as in Albany
St tilts time, Itiquttedall. The hotels were
I looking forwaiil totn Increius) In their
I line on the convening of the Legislature
next week, lie visnc'i Hie rooms tresniy
fitted up for theowmpftney ot' the Iminehes
ot the Legislature, and fiinml tliem Mints
torlatile-liHiklng, and neat hi ilte I'resliness
of new carpets, furniture, uint and var
nish. We visited the snneinni of that
uiicquivocnland stirring jo'iinnl. the. S"n .v
miti, and made the acquaintance of Itsable
and genlleniiinly editor and proprietor.
Captain I'raiiihUl. We ltiteiuled to visit
the sanctums of other journals, but lulled
tu do so for want of lime. Salem impresses
one favorably, and we horn' her prosperity
may be contiiieiisuinte with the generous
hospitality and gentlemanly courtesy
shown us while there.
ACTtBKST IN IlKXTOS (01 NTV. Oil
Tuesday morning, two men. named res
pectively Autos Howard and Jo, lla.let,
who live but a short distance from this
city, tn Benton county, denied themselves
In a bnggyyind started to thelrdnllv labor,
They liHclproceedeil bul a short mstaine
dow n a lane, when a loose horse broke out
of an adjoining Held ami came rnnniug
list them, This excited the animal at
tached to the bnggy. which commenced
splitting the huggVinto stove wood with
its heels. Ibiwam iitteuiptcd to get out of
the scrapeby Jupiptng from tin vehicle,
and in the attempt received a kick from
the struggling animal at inched 10 the bug
gy, w hich broke his leg. Soon after, Hazle
was Ulrown ont of the buggy, reeciv tog
seme pretty sevqiy bruises. J llizlc mount
ed a horse inidMsllately mid stalled for
this city, to seeiiru the aid of a physician
for Howard; ontupbu rcachyig I'ieroe's
Ferry he was forced to dismount, from
weiiliiH'ssand jiuln, and let the ferryman,
Daniels, procure "a physician. Under the
care of Dr. Jones, lioth men ai' getting
idong finely. " '
LnUr;- It seems that Amos Howard dis
located his leg at the ankle Joint, instead
of breaking his log, as at ilrst reported.
About un inch and a half o! I he bone was
cut off amputated. Young IIazlet.it will
lie rcmemlieivd, Is Hie man who was stab
bed not long since, by a hum named iliin
au. His injuries were not severe.
Peksonal. Mr. A. Caintbers. of Caroth
erstv. Co.. returned from histripto Yiiquinu
Bay, greatly improved In honltll, one day
last ivis k.
Jock Morgan, formeriya resident of tliis
city, now of Kliekilii' Valley. V. T.. lulled
on iislustSaturday. We discover no change
In Jock, except it may lie lic'sgrow n hand
somer and more jolly.
A. Hill, Esq.. of Portland, shot into our
sanctum on Friday, swopped knives, and
was off agniii like a shot.
Phil. Hirschltcld. with John ;. Hodge &
Co., Sun Francisco gave us n mil 011 Tues
day. Milt. Beach, of Beach liobcrtson, llm--nu
Vista, Milled ou us Tuesday, lieports
pinsjH'cts fair In Polk.
strand. Priei', of P. ('. Ilans'r Co., is
slow ly recovering from a severe attack of
Removal.- I take pleasure iii Informing
the public thut 1 have moved (next doorfo
the old stand) my large stock of Clothing
and Rents Furnishing Woods, and w ill re
ceive on the next steamer from Sm Fran
Cisco a new and large Invoice of the latest
styles of Fall and Winter Clothing, which
I will sell A" V cent, less than any house
in the cltv. on account of lmylng less rent
than anybody. Please give me 11 call be
fore von purchase elsewrhere, and I will
Minvl'mv you that I sell chnipcr tliini any
house 011 tlie coast. Try me. and take 11
II smoke also.
Iv5tnl X. B U M.
Work to m In Arm hatku at once.
At a meeting of the Bisu d of Directors of
the A. A S. Canal Company, at their office
tn this clrv on Tuesday nltclit. it was rr
solved tn commence w ork on the canal at
once. A committee w as appointed to -s-cure
Hie right of way to a certain isilnt.
and a sci-ond committee was entrusted
with the ilutv of drawing up plans and
specllicutions for the prosecution of the
work. The BobpI s'ni to Is- determined
to hnrrv up the work ns rapidly as possible.
A )xirtlon,nt least, of the 1111111I will lie
constructed this Fall, so that early the
coming Summer will doubtless witness Its
complet Ion to this cil y. Bul ly for onr side.
Medical. The Medical Society of the
Third Judicial District met In this city on
Monday. There was quite a large number
of the mediciilfmternltypresent,nnd they
seemed to enjoy this occasion for swop
ping pills, castor oil and lpiccac tn the
iiiigliest manner. Dr. Hall, of Salem, de
livered the annual lecture Isifore the So
ciety. In the Court House, on Monday
evening, to a fair audience. We did not
have the pleasure ot listening to It, but
hoar it well spoken of. The Society ad
journed on Tuesday, after an unusually
Aociiient.- On last Saturday night, as
Mr. Hurt, agent nt the depot of the O.ft
C. Kailmnd at this city, stepped out of the
door of his residence, his feet slipped and
he fell,andln his effort to " break the full "
his left arm was "nut out of Joint." His
physician immediately attended to his
wants, but the arm is still swollen, and It
will be some time ere he nin lift uMO-iioutid
dumb-bell from the flisir with If.
FibkxeVs Pabaiik.- On the occasion of
(he visit of Willamette Fire Company, So.
1, of Portland, on the 11th Instant, to tills
city, a grand parade will lie had, speeches
made, a dinner at Pun ish Hull jmrtnkeii
of, all Ui wind uu with a lull. We Intend
taking a series of photographic views on
the occasion, and all who partlclieto In
the festivities will thus get their "platers"
taken free gnu is.
BtmHQ CAttks. -Mr. J. B. Morgan, of
Klickitat ValteyVT- T., who arrived here
last week, hi desirous of purchasing two
linnarea neau oi-wuves. mniw iiuving
odves whichthey are desirous of selling,
cap And a poa-haser In blip.
hundred bead of wave, mrtius iinving
Tasbiwt, Sept ember flth. is;-.'.
The weathercliiims precedence of all oth
er topics. Last TiM'sday It commenced mill
ing, alKiut noon, and continued almost
Without Intermission, until night. There
lloslieen si'veral light show ers since, and
as the wind is still from the south, weuro
told by the weather prophets. 1 he end Is
not yet. ttluislieen refreshing to all, es
isHililUy to those who travel our rials;
they will no longer be suffocated v. llh the
beat and dust. Miss I'rliu rots' will not lie
seen watering hertlowersu- itsmil, tor she
is out sluipplng now, and expivts to dis
play the latesi agony at the coining Fair.
Our jockeys talk horse more (ban ever.
I and say the track will he in a line eondl
; tlon for training. But there Is also 11 dark
j side to this picture. Must of our iuriners
bad grain slandtug in the Held, mid the
I lain has caused much of i( to siraw-t'nll.
: This circumstance. and the low price of
I grain i- very discouraging. Then' is very
Utile snnit in gniin, and what there is
could have been prevented If the seed had
been properly vitrioled,
Tlie receipts at the warehouse, tor the
week ending August illsi. were t,s7i cent
als; f he amount Khlpied by .1.11. Foster
& Co., eight cur loads, or l.ii'uO centals,
W. .1. M.
skwixii Maciiinks. Mr. F Fnrnsworth
lias ojM'iied nn establishment on Firs;
street, 111st ol'C. eiiley'sfiii'iiituiv ivsims,
in this cltv, for the sale of scleral i'.i If 'rent
kinds ot nrstH'lass sewing uiiiclilnes. ou
can also tind there inueliliie oil, needles,
etc. If your machine gets out of order,
take It to him and he will put it in run
ning order In a jiffy. If yon want any of
the latest and la'St styles' of machine-, go
to Fnrnsworth, as he can All your order as
cheaply us anyone. ScottUi! ill this issue.
I'ikst or the Season. Mr. Kline, of
Kline A Co., returned during the week
from sn Francisco, where he bad la-en
to lay in 11 new stock of the latest in dry
goods, clothing, etc. Tlie first Installment j
of the stiH-k Ise.xneeted icwlny, when, no
doubt, Hie Indies will refresh themselves
with 11 sight of the lovely dress goods .Mr. I
Kline lias to offer for their inspect ion.
Leo BBOKEJt. -Ou Monday afternoon, j
out at the tarm of Mr. Fuv. u man named j
Ikibii wus thrown from u horse with such
force as to break one of Ids legs lust lielow
the knee, At last reports the doctor hud
attended to the broken limb, and the pa
tient was doing llnely.
REITEMBKlt TlVENTY-FOl'Il. Tuesday,
September 21, Linn County Agricultural
Association commences its Seventh An
nual Fair, at the line grounds one mile
south of this city. The premium list is
very IliH'itiE, ami uiuoimis to s,uuu com.
CoMixa ix.- on Wednesday, one linn
dred and llfty wagon loads of w heal were i
received by our warehouses and mills ;
protmblv aggregating 7,.im bushels. In
addition to this. Jus. H. Foster -S Co., at
their platform at Tangent, received '.Ml I
bushels, on same day.
INCOI'.UEIT. The assertion made by the
Portland TinMm, the other day, that our
ttreiioys were practising dally tor Hie con
lemiiliued Isnit with the Willamette boys
on the lilh. is Intmrrect. Our boys have
not had 11 drill lor some time, and do not
contemplate olio soon.
RECi miEM's Col'BT. Business dull dur
ing tlie week, only two eases reported
one for tiring pistol on the street, and the
other for riding on the sidewalk. Total,
lines and Mist, !!. Total lnco lie to the
cltv from this sourer, tor the past eight
months, about f-IW-
To the Point. Parties who are owing
us on Job work and advertising, are cs'(
lolly Invited to Mill at the ofllco and settle
us soon ns possible. All those whose sab
scrlpttons expired with volume four of
the KimsTEK, are invited to Mill mid sub
scribe for the new volume.
Rain. After continued threatening for ;
two or three days, rain actually commenc
ed lulling on Tuesday, and continued to
fall during the day. Whether the grain
suffered In consequence, we have 110 del- j
All Taker. -The shares In the Allmny
& Suntlnm Canal are all gobbled up, and I f
tlie amount was doubled It would all lie I
taken belbre night.
District School Opened on Monday,
Prof. Foshnv, prlnclisi!, and Mrs. Adda
Mansfield, Miss Julia Eikins und Miss
Annie Ikintlev.assisbnits. The attendance
is unusually large.
FavTT, YEGirTABLEH, etc. For fresh
......... tvHif.lM-a yWM'l fwitntoes. irifus'rles.
etc., go to A. C, Lay-ton's. Fresh gissls per j
i t " s isioi noiiiiiei.
Re-appointeb. - Rev. C. W. Shnw lias
lax'n nMipiiolntcd to till the pulpit of the
M. E. Church of this city for Hie coming
year. Rev. J. W. Van t'leve luis la-en sot
off to Corvallls.
New Dbfsk. -The last number of the
Olvmpla Tribune comes to ns in nn entire
new dress, looking us neat as a pin. Suc
cess to Bin. Prosch.
L EtilKL AT L it E. The Oregon Legislature
Minvenesncxt Monday. The first mutter
1 bai will engage Its serious attention will
lie the election of a I'nlled Slates Senator.
State Fair Opens on Monday, Septcm
tier 30, and continues through the week.
Over 110.0011 In Miln will Ihj jsild out in
preiuluiuson Hie occasion.
Mabkets. Sochange to quote. Butter
20c,eggsMe. Butchers nre iwylng .id'.iSc
Hi for beef; 7.Vi'Wfor inuffon. The
hog-trade Is at a low ebb -110 quotntiniis.
FiveCkkts Advance. Since our Inst,
wheat liasadvunM-d Ave cents pit bushel,
our buyers now ottering flfty-Uvc cents
Livebpooi. Oi'otatioks-- Show wheat
at ltaiklCt Ws8d as high as It was last
season in that market, when buyers here
Miuld afford tootter i 00( 1 1 per bushel.
ADVAHCHtt-Wcnotkiothat nil gmdesof
caststeel liave advanced, timv cents per
n,itm. At V f Harrier tkk 's
io0tc At 1 . L. Harper uo. s,
1 and more coming. Sec them.
FIXAM IAI, A.n lOJWHK IAI..
Hold In New York, 1WV. Legal tender
S7 lie Inlying. 8S ! selling.
The price of wheat has ndvanred In
Liverpool, since our liisi rutmrt, and 1111
increased ilemund is noticed in San Fran
cisco. However, lhisndvsi.ee in iheprlM"
of when! in Liverpool, and even Hie pro
isst ot'ii still further advance, will not
enhance Psvnlnetothetu'o lueor in Ore
1:011, exM'pt 10 11 limited degre'.at (U'cscn), ,
for two muses ; One Is 1 lie abscue of mif
llctt'nt tfianttge to move (he cron direct:
I he other is In the high rates exacted for
freight. If these two bars Were not star
ing our buyers in the thee, 'mi tlie irver-s'
of this were true, then they could well
afford to pay our farmers last years' prici's
for their wheat. The only glimmer ol'
hone tWourproilncers Hint better prices
tlian nt present rule limy be oti'nlned
nnd litis ho! may lie deterred for some
lime isn riiinor tlittthftsrt.'ached tlie Pa
cltic cons', that, owing tn the great de
mand existing here for shipping to remoio
our surplus gniin, a numlier of vessels are
about in lie dlsvatehed from N ew York In
relieve this want.
San Francisco qnotatinns give w heat nt
SI W.'i d $1 a.'t V cental; outs il !W v
Our distlers are oll'eriug f!5c V bushel lor
wheat, will: no takers so fnras heard from.
In oats tliciY is nothing doing. The only
sale that we have heard of. was from wa
gons at "' fticishol. Butter is quoted 111
glle V 111.; eggs 'i'le V doz.; potaioes, 71c V
bnsliel, Trade during the week an Ull
pi'oveinetit on that of lust,
ItcMiIiiMons of Condoleiice,
II ALL COIltNTltlAX LOIME No. IT. A. F,
A. It., At.llANV, IIKVXIO.N. AUU, iW, 1ST'-'.
WtlEUEAS, It has pleased tlie I. rand
Arehliect of the l'nlverse,ln the dispeii-a-tion
of His divine economy, to remove
fpiin lliseaillily labors our worthy and
wc-bi loved Brother, Cai.vin (JltAVl:
Until ml. That while sincerely monrniiig
this aflllctltig dlsiiensntlon, we reisigiiizi'
the golden virtue ot Resignation, and bow
in becoming acknowledgment to the lii
vlne will hiiuibiy kissing the chnsteiilnu'
rod of Him wlioo'nly sniiti-s Hint good mii
! .vlril. That tothcafllictiHl widinvtind
oriihaned Indies we offer the sinci'ii'sl iiin
in this hour of their saddest U'reiivcmein
to Him who has promised 10 Is- the will
oils' s, ay and the orphan's help w hen ad
versity shall 'iili ntsin them.
R'Hi'iivii, That as a mini' of onr Fraternal
esteem foroiirdepailed Unit her. the Lottge
shall be diitied in mourning ami the niein
iM'rs thcti-of shall wear the usual biubo
for the x'l'lod of thirty days.
It softvrt, That a wmvofthese resolutions
shall be rtled In the Arehivcsnf the Lodge,
a copy prsiuted to till' afllicted widow,
ami a copy fnrnlshisl to each of tbeciiuuty
papers for pnbiicatiiHi.
J1AH I. 1 . lllillll ,
W. W. PARlflslI.
X. II. HI MPIIKEY,
That Duisik Wont AVopk. An ex
change tells of a lady in Ohio w ho was
bitten on the leg by a rattlesnake, assbo
averred. After she hud poured down a
lucre qiutnil'y of alcohol, in the absence 01'
whisky, to comileract the poison, It was
ascertained that the rnoscof the troll life
was a liorwl-boop she had stcuped on,
which, In flying np, had siru'fc her suffi
ciently hard tn draw blood! This rattle
snake dodge won't work 111 this mi'kst
M'ooils worili 11 ii'iil Itseiitlicly loo thin.
It may work In Ohio when a lady wishes
loget op a U'lider, bio cut here ihe iiihs
cudnes have U'cn so bard run lor excuses
for themselves, in times bygone, as not lo
Ih! taken in by any snchdooge,
FitoM Maine to Calikciinia. N'ch
WILSON Strait Xeislle l iidi'rt'eisl .S'vvhig
Machine is tin- BEST MACHINE for all
kinds of work 011 Imih heavy and light
sewing. It runs easy nail issimpic; ncliild
can usi' it. It is never out of order, and i
ALWAVS UK A 11 V FOB BfslSFJiS !
It has lately faken the pivillluui at Ihe
great Northern Ohio Siale Fair for best
work done on Ihe ground. Don't tall 10
see the Sew Wilson Machine, and remem
ber that FIFTY DOLLARS now buys Ihe
besl Sewing Machine In the world". Call
at lllnin, Young & Cn. V, wholesale and re
tail dealers in general metvhniKlise, First
Tiki Late. Communication troin lbs
Secretary of the Oregon State Agricultural
Society received. Too late for this week
will appear next.
A. iVSUKI S I H.
Agent for the sale ofl be celebrated BAIX
WAIiON, and nil kinds of AORlCi'LTClt
TOWN LOTS, In the town of Slicild, tin
IR. VAX tn: BEINJII1S
Infallible Worm Syrup.
Its value In removing uutssroof crudities
from tlK' Hlonnadi and bowels of children,
even where wmnis do not exist, cannot 1
too highly estimated.
Fever and Ague. Persons lieroinlng de
lillituted liy tlie presence of w orms in thti
stomach or Iwwels, are more liable to ham
a protracted course of chills and fever.
Tlie worm remedies have been know n to
cure when ull other remedies hive failed,
especially to children.
For sale by A. Carotbers ,t Co., w holcsnia
and retail druggists, Alliuny, Or, Prhv
One Dollar per bottle. vtulleini;
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale to the general pnbllc, ut bis lilaiv
on FilMt street date millinery store of Mrs.
llrldgcfuimcr,) all the lutest and most re
llablc KEWIXO HAfHIXENI
Also, keeps on hand machine needles,
oil, etc. Reimlrlng of machines done lo
order. Call und sec.
F, FARXSWOKTH, Agent.
SepL 6, W7M.itm