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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1877)
ALBANY, OREGON, JULY 6, 1877.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at sijjht.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin.
Kxeliane on Portland, San Francisco,
And New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collection; made and promptly remitted.
Kefere to II. W. Corbett, Henry Failing,
W. S. Ladd.
Banking hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1S71-22V3
GKAnr iTE of the ini VRitsrrv
Medical College f Now York, late
member of Bellevieu Hospital Medical Col
letre. New York. office -In A. Carothora
A Co. 'a drug store, Albany, Oregon.
BOLTS, all sizes and descrip
tions, & general SHELF IIAKI).
WAKE a l ull ana complete a
Stores, Tinware, Pumps, Hose.
Tin, Copper, Zinc ail Slieet Iron
on hand for sale.
The Goldsmith Range,
THE BEST MADE.
The largest and most complete assortment in
Keeps all kinds of
OILS & WHITE LEAD.
Lime & Plaster of Paris,
at Portland prices, freight added.
CjfKriMtirriMr, done neatly, at short notice,
-, J. UUAPWOIIL.
First street, Albany, Oregon. u27vS
'-L.'' B. 'ROYAIi -
HAS OPENED a Barber Sliop on First street
one door wet of Thompson Irving' har
ness hop, where he will bo pleased to meet all
who wish work in his line. Thankfnl for past
patronage, he hones by close attention to uuM
ness to merit a continuance of the same. Will
keep constantly oa hand a full supply of
Perfumwj and Hair Oils,
the "best assortment in town. Come and see
Albany, Or., February S3, 1876-23v8
Uotioe "JHSLtxra. .
THE METZLER CHAIR
THIS IS TO INFORM TIIK PCBLIC THAT
no chair goe from my factory without my
name nrton It. All others are false imitations.
and should be so regarded. AH persons art
herebv warned airamst attempting any suci
impostt.on upon my customer MTZLER
Jefferson, Or., Jan. 21, 1S76.
Bath House & Barber SI ).
THE UN'DERSIONED WOCXn lif.5.
fullv thank the citizens of Allan ai
cinitr for the li'Jcrat patronage bosrow
him for the past seven years, and hojie! f
future a continuation of their favors.
accommodation of transient customer
friends In the upper part of town, he ta.
ed a neat little sbop next door to Tuyo
Saloon, where a g-ood workman will av ,
n attendance to wait upon patrons.
Dee. It. 1874. .-' JOE WE 3 !
J. V. MCFAni.AND. WM. MOUGAS.
MOISOAX & McFAIlLAXD,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY I !
.' . " AND
Next Door to Wells, Fnrco Vo Express
Office, AlbnJiy, Oregou.
-rrfrr'jz arc PRFPARFn TO FURNISH EMI-
VV (rrants and others good bargains in farms
ana small nomesteaan in wmi nu nmminiiii
counties. Farms in value and size to suit put'-
Also, city property, both improved and un
im proved. . ..
Rentinr farms and city property, ana collec
tions of all kinds, promptly attended to.
Our fiwilUkw for advertising will enable us
to do more for oar patrons than any other
Aseney in the State in onr line.
We also pav special attention to the employ
ment and labor exchange department.
Albany, May 12tf.
liaising and Moving Buildings.
WETnE UNDERSIGNED BE LEAVE TO
announce to the citizens of Albany and
nt-rounding country that, having supplied our
selves witn the necxtssury machinery for rais
intf and removing buildings, we are ready at all
times to receive orders for such work, which
wo will do in short order at lowest rates. We
guarantee entire satisfaction' in all work under
taken by ns.
Orders left at the Register office promptly
attentcd to. Apply to.
Alba, BANT?. ALLEN ft CO.
Or., April 23. 1875. - 2KV7
Prof. O. I. Newell,
TEACHER OF THE
Special attention given to
HAVING concluded to make AUUXT ray
pcrnianunt residence, all who desire a
thorough knowledge of JIavte can now have
an opportunity. .
PIAXOS XSU OBGAXS
Tuned and XS.epLixed
Lpave yrmr address nt Mr. Fmhay's mnsteand
fcook smi. or at Mr. Burr's music store, and I
will call at your residence.
... , - . ,iOF. G. T. NKWELI.
, Aluany. ..August 4. W7ti-lS
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
REAPERS & MOWERS,
First street, Albany, O peg-on.
Terms : - - Cash.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Washington ami First Sts., .
J. M. FEONK,
Hnnse newly furnished throughout. Tlie
best the market affords always on the table.
Free C'oneh to and from tbe House.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL,
J. S. SC&AFFOXUD, Proprietor.
TAfiF. OFFICE FOR CORVALLIS AND
Only first class house in tlie city.
Free eoiich to and from the house. 32v9
TIIK ART PWMinVATlYK.
Printing by hand.
Printing by steam.
Printing from tj'e.
Or from blocks by the ream.
Printing in black.
Printing in white.
Printing in colors.
Ot sombre or bright.
Printing tor merchant,
And land agents, too ;
Printing tor any.
Who have printing to do.
Printing for hanker?, .
Printing for druggist',
For dealers in wares.
Printing for draper?.
For grocers, for all
Who want printing done.
And will come and see ,,COLL."
Printing of pamphlets,
Or bigger books, too ;
In tact, there are few thing3
But wliat we can do.
Printing of placards,
Printing of bills.
Printing of carte-notc
For stores or for mills ;
Printing of labels,
AH colors or use, sirs.
Especially tit for
Printing ot tortus .
AH sorts you can get
Or "llon-e to be let. "
Printing done quickly.
Bold, stylish or neat.
-At the Kegistkh Printiiig-onioo.
Corner ot First and Ferry Street.
TZ 31 X I Ifc 12 OITY
GARDINER AND SCOTTSBURG,
Connecting; with Wei's, FsrRO & Co.'h
Express nt Drain's Station, on
2S0XTSATS aal THTJE5DAT3,
AU Business Entrusted to my
Care Promptly Attended To.
P&trwiage of tae Public SolicitodL
JAS. A. STERLING.
Attention,' Fruit Growers !
etables are ready for nse, and will pay cash for
the same wneu auvereu.
ttn,iii will he fnrnished to all for the tranwse
of brinelnir their fruit to the factory.
Fruit should be picked from the trees and not
Parties bavin e plnms should be particular to
eatber them before they become too ripe.
A. N. Arkoltj, President.
Altwny, July 88, 1876-n
PROSIFT Dellverj', at Living
ir i vT-srt iwncrht out the dellvsry business of
Mr. Lewis Stinistm, I be leave to announce to
the citiBens and business men of Albany, that
r !...,. n tvio Htrnetwan express and lob wagon
and will bo happy to serve all who may give
AU order will bo prompUy attended to t
Orders may be left at tbe Drag Store of Bell
S. C. 8TOXE, M. D.i
Physician and Curgeon,
orriCXAt tbe Dn Store.
78. IIEXTOX, 1M. I.,
PSYSICIA1T gg SURGEON.
Having" permanently located in
the city of Albany, and entered upon the
tiiirty-fikst year of his practice, respectfully
tenders his professional services to the citizens
of Albany and surrounding country. Office
at the City Drug Store. Residence on First
. IV. WILCOX,
OFFICE with Dr. E. II. GrifllnFirst-street.
Albany, Oregon. eCbronicl diseases a
GEO. W. 2XABPER,
lhysio - Medical Pliysieian,
ALBANY, : OREGON.
TREATS ALL DISEASES ON TRUE PIIYSI
oloj'ieal principles, without the use of l'oi
suns. Office with lr. Geo. W. Gray, Parrish
brick block. Oflice hours irom 8 to "12 A. M.,
and from 1 to 5 P. M. nSOvU
JT. LIXSKY HILL, M. I.,
OFFfCE -At Tlell & Parker's new drnrr store.
RESIDENCE Second street, between mil
road and 31ontKoinury. 8-11
Mrs. S. Nichols, M. D.
OFFK.'E AND RESIDENCE corner of First
and Bmulalbin streets, up stairs over . Post
otllce. Special attention pivento thediseast-s
of women. Beiii? arcular eraduateof lloston
Medical University, and liavinf-sevenil years'
exierienec. I can assure those suiTeriugrulicf
by mv methotl of treatment.
Albany, Or., March 2. 1877-22vD.
P. 1VL MILLEE,
Attorney sxt, Luav,
WILL TRACTICE in the difterent courts of
the State. Special attention given to the
collection of all claims entrustetl to his care,
and prompt returns made. .rir Investigation
of Titles. Conveyancing, mid all 1'iolmte Mat
ters carefullv and punctually attended to.
Oflice on First St., next to Fox llro. n23v9
"W. G. PIPER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oflice in second story of Briyrs building.
"VXT'II-T- PRACTICE in the different Courts of
II the Sta'e. Special attention given to the
collection of all claims entrusted to his care.
Invcstl?ation of titles, convevnncing mid all
probate matters carefully attended to. 2:lv9
1. It. X. ltl-At'Iili l'K.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BKOVNSVILLE, LINN CO., OliX.
PnOMPT ATTEXTIOX U3VKX T AI.I.
business. 22 vU
J. C. POWELt. X. FLINK.
POWELL & FLINX.
Altorneyn A' t'omistllors t I.:iw nixl So
llcitorw in 4'liHnier3',
Allmny, Oregon. Collections made and con
veyances promptly attended to. 1-s
t'HAS. E. WOLTERTOX,
ATTORNEY" AT LAW,
"VVTILL practice in all the Courts in the State.
OFFH'K in Fromau's brick, over Dodd'g
hardware store. it Iv9
ISIRS. L. J. "POWELL,
Pasliiona'blo Millinery !
First Street, Alliiinj , Oregon.
RECEIVES NEW LINES OF MILLINERY.
Bonnets, Hats, etc,, very latest styles, trim
med and mitrimmed. Flowers, Feathers, '11 ib
bons, etc., etc.. f.vf.ky wekk, at the store on
First street lately OK-upied by Mrs. Stevens.
The ladies are invited to give mo a cull. 33v3
Pictures and Picture Frumcs.
E. 13. JUIlDO
Wouldannonnce to the citizens of Atbnnv ahd
vicinitv,that he is prepared to furnish all "kinds
of PICTURE FRA J'ES to order, at short notice.
Pict ores framed, and old frames repaired. ' U
at his oflice on First street, one door west of
Broadalbin, and leave your orders at-7
(LATE OF MICHIGAN!
KEEPS always on hand Doeskins, Cassimeres
Vestings, etc., a larger and tietter stock
than ever before brought to this market..
Cuts and makes to order all stylesof Clothing
for men and loys, at reasonable rates, guaran
Shop on First street, next door to City Mar
ket. Intel v occupied by Dr. E. O. Smith. 25 vs
Xi. TFST ISLX"INrS,
UNIVERSITY FUND COMMIS'NR
FOB I,I3fX COI STY, OREGON.
OFFICE At his residence, Albany, Oregon.
Applications received for loans. StivU
J. F. T3ACKEjSTSTO,
Agent for W. F. Burn ham's 1874
PATENT TURBINE WATER WHEEL,
FR ALL territory west of the Rocky moun
tains. I will guarantee these wheels to give a lef tcr
per cent, for the water used, and to have better
gates, than any wheel known on the Pacific
coast, and cause tbe user less trouble.
Albany, Ogn-35vl JF. BACKENSTO.
JXO. POSIIA V,
BALER IX MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
School Books. Blank Books. Stationery
Faney Art icles, Ac.
Books imported to order, at shortest possible
FOR SALE !
XjiOjes s lots :
Swellings or Business Houses,
SITUATED in the business part of the city
two lots, In block No. 3, in the city of Ailm
ny, Oregon, on the corner of Ferry and Water
streets, near the City Mills, steamboat landing
and O. Jt C. R. R. Size of lots :
lOO ffet on Ferry street
1S2 feet on Water street,
with buildings thereon.
Inquire on the premises for particnl.vrs.
THOS. J. SAFFORD.
Albany, Or., Jan. 26, 1877-18v9 .
flAii fly at home. Agents wanted. OiHrit
terms free. XRVK A CO., AugusUi.He.
rpAKES Tins OPPORTTTNITT TO INFORM
X his friends and the public generally, that
lie is now seuieu in nis
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
on the old stand next doorto P. C. Harper & Co
where can be found as great on assortment and
as large a stock of
Stoves and ..Ranges
as can be found in any one house this side of
i-ortianu, ana at as
LOW J. PRICE.
"SPxxxxiiDJEt cto Pipes
Castiron, Brass & Enameled
in great variety. Also,
Galvanized Iron. -mid
alwnvs on hand, and made to order, AT LIV
011 on XXlT-rTi.
Albanj-, October 22, 1875-5v8
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
' Fall & Winter Styles.
ON HANMCONSTANTLY RECEIV'NG
In Pronian's Xew It look,
FIRST STREET, ALBANY..
A complete stock of all the.
LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING
BOOTS, UMBRELLAS, OVERSHOES. NECK
TIES, OVERALLS, GLOVES. ETC.
Satra Sizes cf Clothing a Specialty.
635" Orders taken for Clothing, Shirts, &e..
HI1U l-liS WAltll.TKI).
A fair share of custom respectfully solicited
I.. E. II I. A I. -V.
Albany, Oregon, November 24, lt7-9v!l
Incorporated Feb. 4, 1875. Capital. $20,000.
Corner First and Washington streets,
Albany, : Oregon.
President, S. A. DAWSOX. -
Superintendent, J. BLEVIXS.
jas. laxeus, - jh. miT.icit,
S. FKOMAN, A. ni,KVlKN,
. tlUWFORD, M. II. MILDS,
S. A. DAWSON.
Wliolesale and Retail DcaUrs in
RY GOODS !
Clothing, Hardware, Crockery,
Groceries, Farm Implement
and OTaehinerr, &c, &c.
Machinery Warehouse on M, lxU wccn Ferry
Also, buy and sell on commission all kinds of
liomis, niaricetaoie l'rouuee, c,
AVTXG JUST RECEIVED ATARGE SHIP-
STATESMAN GBAI3I DRILL,
direct from the factory, am nowfofTering extra
ludncements to the farmers of (Oregon. Most
of the best farmers In the State ire now using
.iv1ns ?n.d..an increasoi yield of grain
la tbe result of drilling. T
Can be used equally well as $ '.
Drill or Broadcast) Seeder.
The STATESMAN GRAIN I POLL has been
gTeatly improved for this veat
WAl'PHMlTns Ht. rnv nioban,;fc CI r
Second and Ellsworth streelAlhany, Oregon.
L L BLAIkS,
Joiner and General Builder,
ALBANY, : : : : OREGON.
OFFICE With W. II. Ktthn, Ferry street.
Residekck Corner Calipooia and Sixth
MRS. AXXA WIIITSON,
HAS ON HAND and will be conrrtaritly re
ceiving durinf? the season, all the latest in
Bonnets, Hats, and the latest in Millinerv. All
work done, and goods sold, at the lowest rates
for cash. t!aprl877
Are Ton oing to Build t
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD A HOUSE,
bom or fence, send in your orders to Setlle
meir & Dawson, Lebaucti, who have on hand
and are sawing pine, red, white and yellow rlr
lumber of the vory best quutlfy, which they
will sell as low as t he lowest.
. , , SETTLEMEIHT& DAWSON.
March 10, 1877.-25v
Br. GEO. W. CRAY,
Office in Parrish's Bi'ick Bloc t, corner of First
and Ferry streets. Residence on corner of
Fift h and Ferry streets. Offlce hours from 8 to
12 o'clock A. M., and 1 to 5 o'clock v. M. I4tiv7
M'CALLEY & ANDREWS,
BOOTS &, SHOES,
Wood & Willow Ware,
eST GI VE US A CALL. 3
SORT! I , PACIFIC
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION,
Capital, $100,000. Gold Coin Basis.
P. WASSFRMAX, President.
K. tUAt MEBU1I, Vice Pres.
I. W. M AIiF.FIEI.I, Seeretary.
W. S I.AII, Treasurer.
W. II. CFF1XJEK, Attorney.
J. L. QUACKENBUSII, en. Agt.
IV. F. HALL,
Ladies' Variety Emporium.
MES. I. J. HYDE
Keeps constantly on hand
German Zepftyr, Canrtw, Thread, Pins,
Xeeille.s, liuttons, Herd Hair Stctteh
es and Curls, Hosiery, Stamped
Goods, c, dec, 'C.
Also, Agent for Dr. Warner's
Health Corset !
Child's Waist !
and Madam Foye'3
Corset Skirt Supporter.
CiFrench stamping done to order.
132s&Broadalbin St., opposite Post Offlce9v
"VTOTICE is hereby Riven t hat the undersigned
J- remaining executor oi ttie last win au tes
tament or uosenn i nomnson. aeconsei. in nur-
suanco of an order of the Countv Court of Linn
county, Oregon, miule and entered of record at
the June term of said tourt, J76, and in pnr-
tiTiiict; i t lie firovisions m me iusi. win auu
testament of caid deceased, will, on the
7A day of July, 1877,
nt the hour of one o'clock In the afternoon of
said day, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, at. the Court House door In said Linn
county, Orewon. all the right, title and Interest
of snid Joseph Thompson, deceased, at the time
of his death in and to the following described
premises, to-wit :
Beginning at the southeast corner of section
81 in township 13 south of range 3 west of tbe
Willamette meridian in Linn county, Orejron,
running; from thence north 89 Stt' east, 20 3-100
chains, thence north 29 95-100 chains, thence
south 89" 56' west 20 8-100 chains, thence north
10 ft-ino chains, thence north 89"41'west 20 6-100
chains, thence soul h 40 chains, thence south 89
41' east 20 6-100 chains to the plaeeof hefrinning,
containing 140 24-100 acres, save and except the
interest of J. W. Thompson ana Maiissno. van
nostern. who will execute a deed to the pur
chaser of their Interest therein.
Terms of Sale. Gold coin, one-half to be
paid on the dav of sale and the remainder on a
credit or six months, to be secured by mortgage
on. the premises. MERCER THOMPSON,
Jnne 1, 1877-3Bv9w4.
OTICE is hereby sriven to all persons whom
soever, not. to mirchase of John D. Hurd a
nertain nrouitssorv note of the amount of C778.
SO, executed Iteeemlwr 16th, 1876, and due July
1st, 1877, by the undersurnea to saiu mira, as
the makers thereof hold valid cmims and set
offttagalnst the holder, John D. Hnrd.
rij li.t.illlt x. t'ii3u..
February 1,1S77-n ID v9 - "
TIME TO ME.
Time to trie fills truth hatH taught',
'Tis a truth that's worflt revealing ::
More oiretul from want of thought, -Than
from any want Ot feeling.
If .k1 vice wc would convey,
There's it fmc we should cohVey it ;
II we've but a word to say,
There's a time in which'to say it.
Many a beauteous flower decays.
Though we tend it e'er so much ;
Something secret on it prevs,
Wiiicji no humau aid can touch !
So. in many a loving breast.
Lies some canker-grief concealed.
That, if touched, is more oppressed,
Left unto itself is healcui
Oft, unknowingly, the tongue
Touches on a chord so aching,
That a- Word or accent wrong.
Pains the hc.u t almost to- breaking.
Many a tear of wounded pride, i
Many a faiilfctf human blindness,-
Had been soothed or turned asitie;
By a quiet voice of kindness !
Time to me this truth hath taught,
TIs a truth that's worth revealing :
, More offend lrom want ot thought.
Than from any want of feeling.
Mesdames Allison & Arnold Have
taken the new building on First street neSff
to J. H. Burkhart's real estate office, where
they can be found by their lady friends,
prepared to do all kinds of dressmaktng,
cutting and fitting, etc., on short notice.
Patterns furnished at short notice. All
work done at reasonable rates and in the
best manner. Ladies, call and see ns.
Cunningham & Co., on corner of Broad
albin and First streets, keep on liand &11
kinds of agricultural implements and ma
chines, such as headers, reapers and mow
ers, threshers, plows, hay. rakes, etc., etc..
as well as hacks and wagons of tlie best
makes and styles, all or any of which will
be sold at the lowest cash rates. Mr. E.
Buchanan, Manager of the business for
Messrs. T. & Co. in this city, is one ot
the best boys in the business, and tlie more
you trade with liiui tlie better you'll like
him. Call and see for yourself, wlien you
want anything iu the agricultural line.
A range tliat meets every requirement
and satisfies every demand made upon it
he Richmond Range. It has no equal
among stoves or ranges. The only place
to get one is at W. II. McFarland's, next
to the Bank.
Picnic ano Campmeettng. The pleas
ure and profit of these institutions are very
ranch enhanced by a proper regard to the
appearance of the outer person. Ladies
and gentlemen, boys, girls and babies, can
all secure a becoming toilet, and thus "get
a lift" towards a higher and better life.1 by
paying a timely visit to the ready-pay store
of Wheeler, at Shedd, wliere the best goods
in all lines are sold at tlie lowest prices.
He has a nw and full stock expressly lor
these occasions. -
Harvesting Macti inert. Samuel E.
Ycung would respectfully inform all in
want bf Wagons, Harvesters, Threshers,
Reapers, Mowers, and all kinds of Farm
Machinery, that he has a full line on exhi
bition at his warehouse which be is pre
pared to sell at low figures. It would pay
every one wanting machinery to look
through his warehouse belore purchasing.
First street, Albany, Oregon. 37w4
Re-openeii Xew Stock. Ed. Baum
lias reopened the' recticonian cigar standi
adding a stock of school books, stationery
and notions. He will keep an immense
stock of the finest cigars and tobaccos. He
Invites all to call and examine his goods,
when they will fjcn'ell treated' and given
the best ol bargains. , v9n35
lime and Plaster of Paris At J.
Gradwohl's, in quantities to suit, at Port
land prices, freight added. Call and' sec
for yourself. 36v9
The Goldsmith Range Sold by John
Brigga, Is the most economical heats up
the room less and is the equal at least of
any other stove or range as a baker or for
any other purpose for which a stove or
range is used. A full complement of tin
ware goes with each range. Call at John
Bnggs' store and see for yourself. 37
Brooks, Me.. Sent. 7. 1870.
iJear Sir From early youth I was in
feeble health, troubled with humor in my
blood, weakness and debility bf the system
generally ; was .unable to labor much, and
only at some light business, and then only
with great caution. Seven years ago the
past spring, I had several attacks of diph-
. I : I : i- i... it i i
Liiei in mild ieii my juijua f miitiyiceu nuu
useless, so 1 was unable to walk or even sit
up. Noticing the advertisement ot Peru
vian Syrup. I concluded to cive it a trial.
and to my great joy soon found my health
improving. I continued the use of the
Syrup until three bottles had been used,
and was restored to complete health, and
have remained so to this day. I attribute
my present health entirely to tbe use ot
Peruvian Syrup, and hold it in high esti
mation. I cannot speak too nigniy in its
praise. I have in several cases recom
mended it in cases similar to my own with
the same good results. Yours truly.
July Charles E. Peahct.
la Vonr IOCs Wartli 1 Cents.
Sickness prevails everywhere, and every
body complains of some disease during their
life. When sicki tiie object is to get well ;
now to say plainly that no person in this
world that is suffering: with DrsDerjsia.
JJver Complaint and its effects, mrtt as In
digestion, Costiveness, Sick Headache, Sour
Stomach, Heart Burn, palpitation of the
Heart, Depressed Spirits, Biliousness, eta.
can take Green's August Flower without
getting relief and cure. If you doubt this,
go to your Druggist and get a sample hot-
uw iui iu vciius auu try 11. .tvegoiar size
75 cents. Two doses will relieve von.
Fourth of July week and for weather it
just beat them all, "
.-. tf. n in V".
If on. Iu F. Lane well d&ItVertsl1 th
ofation Ai Corvallis on tbe Foort2iu
MrmicipSi election ftt Sesttle in Uz.Z
two weeks. L. I. Andrews is rpcca
of for major.
Tlie construction of ft -tetf litrga cos.l!
wharf at Tacoma is about to enmmeneer
It will b 1,500 feet longi ,
If is estimated1 tlUC tnA are fZ'S
acres of hops growing in WashiRS00,
territory, 500 of whicb ara in- Piertar
county. " '
. A- Seattle paper quotes team GnV
McCIellan'e report to stiov' thai' th in
only one pass practicable tor a railway'
from the Columbia river to tbe nortbem
boundary, aiKf filar is Vaiiirna- and Sao
qualmie. . .
"Tlie JpentZenf 2j TZ:Ll
tion of I tlsboro baa grown in- thZ4'
years freni SSO'teofer 6001 i "
Tlie Coos Bay" i9ts- ekici-lr
there is, yet a-prosflect' of gettingf ff
one oi me iienryvuie cosi rsine, on-
which 5200,000 'has been rank.
Tlie HetHMrter mva dintharia ik itatr.
vail ins? on tlie routh Yambill to ar
alarm incr orfent ArlnlfA rt (k orttfciw
afflicted as the little one.
" The citizens of; Nehalem li&ve catsy
pleted' the State road' leading' firOrn Cori-
nenus dv uuick's tbrotisn to tue j el ta
lent river;- Good place to go a uns.
aii ahm county, ai a lugging cauupsr
limb feu from tlie top of a fir tree 03
feel high, striking Joel Delaine on Um'
head. ITa vu L,nrwlor1 anna1aa. mnA.
died iu a short time:
Cann, according to pre vioua notice, Wfte"
at Ilillsboro and put op 1,776 acres of
school laud for sale.- Isaae Merer wrtct
the only bidder, and lie bought' 350
acres. " - ' .
The JftTcury says a1 storm ot wind
and rain on Thnrsday preftrated earlv
sown grain in Marion and Polk coda--
t IDtl " Tf hMH fttat MMArl V It! IMiikMl
vt' m. w imiio wmit auaiau
thrown down will not etraighten up
again, v ; fc
Tlie "Henorter heat- that" rtnr'
Black and family, who went'frota Polk
county to the npper country four or fire"
rears azo. were mardereJ in tbe' rsecBfc?
Indian outbreak. Tbe rurhor proba
.iwo nooarea men will roe pat t
work on the Newcastle branch of the
Seattle and Walla Wall railrHI mrT
six and a half miles of road will becoaa
taleted within tlirrw rrmntht. It. Jbulli
reach a valuable coal mine.
is. t. Curtis nas received tbe machin
ery for his Final 1 boat' to rUO between -Corvallia
and Albany. The wheel will1
be only five feet in diameter ; engine of
ciai.iiu tjvicc uuncia a m .c iua.ii&. rra hht il .
wnn'f rnr) omlmt AtiMmrir ln Mua-
prietor has confidence.
Yaquiua railrodd! ia ; prbgremng' T"ery
i i t j ; a ... i ..
uauagomeiy, auu now, menus wi nv
road are continually comic ia
front. The importance of ; thla evtcrb
prist uuiuauus, rniu i ta ivtoituijj uo
earnest attention of all true friends. t-'
public imprOVBriient. - ,
Tlie election for joint representative'
p 1 , "1 C VTT
ior viairam ana kaiBiia juu.e, r
T.,last fall, wasa tie between Abentttby
abd; Warbasa- 147 votes for each. So-"
the election was called to be held over".
: .i i o t. v AmmJImvIa iw
Mail it rfesulfed in tlie choice of D.
Warbass, of San Joan, Vevao&iS.
This, however, will not materially 'at-
fot. tfiA Tjonnhlinan rnaioritV in tlie nex9
legislature. ! , ' '
About Your Pulse. Every
should know bow to asoeiiain ths stats
of the pulse in health ; then, by ecfet-'
ing it with what it is when be' i
he may have some idea ot tbe viTsziy
of his case. Parents should know tLar
healthy pulse of each child, tnsce not?
and then a person ia Jborn witJj ft pecatr'
iarlv slow or fast Dulse, and lbs . v'c-r?'
case in band may be of such a pfeo&ir&sv.
ity. An infant's palse is 143, m cMJ cT
seven, 80, and from, twenty to Uyr,
years it is 70 beata a tnlniis, if!;-''
to 60 at tour secore. A. fccrV'." 7'-rr ,
person's beats 70 times ia a r 1 :L s!.
dining to 60 at four' arxire. As
if tbe poise always exceeds 70, t?i. i f
a d ieease ; tbe 'nsaclane' weVt'r-j 'i'-.lf
out, there 13 a fever or iDam;; ;ri .
where, and the body is feedir cn ii.If
as in coDsumptioo, when t'e . pi'zz i
Sweet and twgrant are the ner.ii?-?f
of Chicago waroalip'-a. Tbe ' Tim ' C v'
scribes Mr. Joseph Piealll asec3
most canting of pecai'T esd c'r'.fel
o( mora polecatB.'