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Cur- EpHeptic Fits, Spurns, Convulsions, St.
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CANDIES, TOYS, &c.
From the Herald of July 6th.
The O. & C. R. R. bridge at Har-
risburg is being thoroughly over
hauled, and wi'l be almost enl(ly
rebuilt this summer.
James Davis, son of Dr. J. A. Da
vis, of this city, has passed a very
creditable examination for and has
obtained a scholarship in the State
University at Eugene.
During the thunder storm on the
morning of the Fourth, lightning
struck the telegraph wire between
this city and Corvallin, about three
miles from here, shivering about a
On Tuesday last, as Mr. W. S.
Peters was driving out toward Mr. J.
M. Marks' residence for the purpose
of attending the china wedding cele
brated there that day, the team he
was ditving proceeded to run away.
The buggy, which has but a single
scat, also contained Mrs. Peters and
two children and Mrs. Jay Blain, be
sides hiyu ictas, so that when the
horses took a notion to runaway Mr.
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no chance to hold them. Mrs. Peters'
injuries were the worst, and she has
been confined to her bed since; but is
expected to be all right in a day or
two. Mr. Peters has a bruised shin.
Mrs. Blain escaped ivilh one or two
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From the Indcpendert of July 6.
The mills of Vancouver arc all
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The steamer City of Qtiincy has
been taken to Puget Sound, and will
run from Seattle to the Skagit.
On Monday noon the house on the
hill belonging to L. M. Hidden's
farm, just east of the city, was burned
to lhv ground,, the roof taking fire
from sparks out of Ulie chimney.
The Clippers of Oregon City have
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Judge C. B. Bellinger and Robert
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tion on the Northern Pacific. It
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NOTES OH TIME OF CUTTING HAY.
Prof. J. W. Sanborn in American Agriculturist
I have read the articles of Prof.
joraon, ana tne remarks in allusion
to his and my work on "Early verstts
Late Cut Hay," in the June number
of the American Agriculturist, and
wish to add a word. 1 started with
the belief that both practice and sci
ence taught that hay should be cut
at least as larly as bloom. My ex
periments have forced me out of this
conviction, from as thorough a study
of the matter as present facts will ad
mit, that science has far from shown
that hay cut in bloom is snperior to
hay cut out of bloom. I am inclined
to believe that the scientific facts of
o-day rather favor the later culting
Tbe various materials classed under
the general term, carbohydiates and
albuminoids, and perhaps of tats, un
dergo a material change from bloom
to a period subsequent to that time,
and those changes, on a whole, are
favorable to feeding valua The
German digestive tables were for a
long time considered conclusive on
this point, in favor of the earlier cut
hay. I deem them entirely incon
clusive. First, digestion does not
measure the amount assimilated, and
if it did, it would be still inconc usive,
for the food digested at bloom is not
the food digested out of bloom, for,
as already said, grass undergoes a
material change, in composition from
bloom to a period subsequent to
bloom. After four years of accurate
trials, under carefully arranged con
ditions, I conclude that Timothy will
grow from 30 to 40 per cent from
bloom to fifteen days following; that
a pound of later cut hay will make
more growth of steer or of milch cow.
It will produce less milk if cut more
than a week after bloom, but it will
have a higher percentage of cream.
The total nutritive efiect of hay, cut
after bloom, if prior to a full forma
tion of seed, so that it will "shell" in
ripening, is greater.
COAL DEPOSIT OF PUGET SOUND.
The great coal fields of King coun
ty are practically inexhaustible. For
generations yet to come the coal
mines in the Puget Sound bosin will
continue to be a source of revenue.
The mining of coal is yet in its in
fancy compared to the mining opera
lions that will be carried on here
within a few years more. The time
is not far distant when there will be
as many men employed in coal min
ing in Washing: on Territory as there
are now at work in the mines of
Pennsylvania. While King county
has several mines that are rapidly
being developed, yet the coal depos
its of Puget Sound are not confined
alone to this connly. The Northwest
Enterprise ealls attention to thegfact
that there is plenty of coal on the
Snohomish, Stilagtiamish, Samish and
" "" a
tipper iooisacK rivers, in many
places positively known to exist, and
n others only hinted at and design
edly kept quiet. In onlv a few in
stances has the quantity or value
been investigated by maning an
opening. H orlhwest ot the Sumas
road, running from Bcllingham Bay
to Sumas Lake, in British Columbia,
there are no indications of it, on the
surface, while east of that line coal
has been found in many places. The
Nootsack plain is composed of drif;
md sediment, supposed to have come
from Fraser river; yet lying deeper
there may be coal, in the .Nootsack
as well as in the Slilaguamish and
Skagit, river valleys, as it is known
to extend under Bellitigham Bay,
where it has been mined. Tie val
ley containing this coal extends
across the Sound,, and shows coal
again in the O'ympic mountains and
Vancouver Islands sides. Coal has
been reported at Langley, Burnard
Inlet, Pit river and other places in
the plains on the Fraser, underneath
a sediment like that of Bcllingham
Bay. Chunks of coal are also lound
in the drift of Guemas, Samish and
Fidalgo Islands, adjacent to older
rocks, the situation of which clearly
implies that it is in place somewhere
not very far away. The troth is that
we are in a coal country from Wal
tlron Island to Sauk river, but neither
the rocks containing it, commonly
known as the coal measures, nor the
country itself, nor even the scores of
croppings actually discovered and
more or less known, have received
the attention they should.
John Angel, of Portland, has just
received several specimens of silver
ore froa the mines near Nesqually,
W.. T., forty miles west of Yelra sta-
The extraordinary excitement -of
the last two months has now to a con
siderable extent quieted down, and
the fluctuations which take place are
only regulated naturally by the de
mands of the milling trade, and the
requirements of the community. Our
external trade has dwindled down to
the execntion of a few orders which
now and again arrive from the east
coast colonies. Market prices opened
with sties of fine Milling Wheat at
6s 6d to 6s 7d a shade more being
obtained towards the end of last
month, but as we write holders are
again accepting the opening prues
of the fortnight. Millers are buying
very sparingly from hand to mouth,
indeed, in many instances with the
view, possibly, ot wresting a slight
con cess on from speculators as tne
year ad vanccs. On the other hand,
the bulk of the balance of last sea
son's crop is known to be too well
and firmly held to permit of any sub
stantial decline for months to cotrc,
unless it happens that the rumors of
large importations of Wheat and
Flour froth California to Sydney, and
even to Adelaide, shall come to be
realized in the immediate future. The
cargo of the "Blair Dr.immond,"
loaded at Geelong for a European
port, has been sold, to be re-loaded
atSandredgo in all probability. The
cargo consists of 14,000 bags. As
far back as the 21st ultimo, the Ade
laid corn merchants were startled
by the report that a large cargo of
Wheat had sailed from San Francis
co for that port, and that liberal sup
plies kere also on the way to Sidney,
the consequence of which was that
buyers declined to give more than
6s per bushel, delivered at their
mills. On the subject of the recent
inflation of values of breadstnffs in
this and the neighboring colony ot
South Australia. Messrs. Morgan,
Connor and Glyde, of Adelaide, in
their grain circular of 26th of April,
tfrite as follows: "These high rates
caused consumers to look to other
markets for their supplies; and we
understand that considerable ship
ments of Wheat and Flour are on
their way to Sidney from Califor
nia, the former costing 5s and Id
per bushel afloat in Sidney. This
and t)ie fact that some shippers
hcrico had diverted some of their
shipments intended for England to
Sidney, has for the time satisfied
the demand there, and consequent
ly the millers here are not now at
all anxious to buy wheat. The
farmers, who are the only holders
are now to bnsy on their farms to
bring in any to market; but for the
odd lots that occasionally come in
6s 3d per bushel is asked, but not
more than 6s per bushel, delivered
at the mills, can be obtained. As
to the future, it is difficult to make
any forecast, but it seems to depend
entirely upon the requirements of
onr eastern neighbors. Last year
they took from us 35,000 tons, and
this year 15,000 tons have already
been cleared for their ports, to
which mnst be added the cargoes of
the "Angerona" and "Loch Ranza"
cleared for Guam, but destined for
Sydney, thus making the total ex
ports to .New South Wales and
Queensland 19,059 tons to date, as
against 35.000 tons for the whole of
last year. Therefore, it would
seem that the stocks these colonies
have now laid in will be sufficient
to keep them going witliout again
making any heavy demands upon
us, tor we note that victoria main
tains her export there, but not on
so extensive a scaie as last year;
and what is coming from California
and New Zealand, and when the
dimished consumption that always
follows high prices, they will be
able to maintain a band-to-mouth
policy, which, on former occasions,
has been 60 successful in prevent
ing any material rise in values. We
have shipped to date 106,425 tons
of Wheat and Flour." In onr own
market Flour has presented a most
Bluggish appearance all throno-h
the fortnight, small trade sales onl y
being recorded from day to day,
prices opening at 13 l5s to U.
advancing for a shrot time to 14 5,
but closing dull about l3 15s. Th
very acceptable break in the long
protracted dronght has allowed o
plowing operations being most vig
orously pushed all over the colony,
and this fact has doubtless interfer
ed to some extent with the despatch
ing of the customary supplies from
tiie farming districts to the metro -
)olis by rail. The arrivals for the
fortnight has been 7983 bags wheat
and 7543: bags flonr, as compared
with a total of 21,488 bags wheat
and flour for the corresponding
period of 1881. Melbourne Journal
of Commerce, May 8th.
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BRIEF CALIFORNIA MINING NOTES.
The Denver Mining Exposition
building is to be finished by the 15th
of July, ready for the reception of
The Bawley mill at Owen's Lake
has started up for a protracted run
about 600 tons of ore being now on
The quartz mines on the north side
of the Fresno river are being vigor
ously worked this season. A laree
number of men are at work there.
The Taylor and McEvoy mill, Invo
county, lately closed down for a clean
up. The result was $12,000 in gold.
Tho ore crushed milled $60 per ton.
The Cable Company. Montana.
have ordered a 30 stamp gold mill
from Chicago, which it is claimed
will be the best ever built in that
The Empire, the oldest worked
mine in Grass Valley District, is at
present looking as well if not hetter
than it has ever looked. Xew ground
will soon be opened up at this mine.
In addition to the exhibit from
everv mineral bearing State and Ter
ritory at the Denver Exposition,
Mexico, Honduras, Canada, Nova
Scotia and other adjoining mining
countries will contribute.
The special clean-up of the mill at
Panamint was to have been complet
ed on the loth. The proceeds of the
last run will aggregate 40 bars, from
900 to 1000 ounces each, of a total
value ot from $38,000 to $40,000.
According to report the Gwin
mine, Calaveras county, has closed
down permanently and the machin
ery is to be disposed of. A few
weeks ago some rich rock had been
struck in the 400 foot level, but it
did not hold out, proving to be only
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100 feet deep, and is extract'ng high
ALL. ORDERS FILLED
THE YAQUINA HOUSE !
Is now prepared to accommodate travelers
in first-class style.
MEALS AT ALL
to the siik mii mum.
Those Suffering from Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Loss of
Vitality, Sexual Infirmities,
HE flREAT NEED THOSE HAVE WHO ARE
sufferine from SEXUAL AND NERVOUS COM
PLAINTS is a physician who can comprehend their
ailments and successfully treat them.
The general practitioner not anfflctently akille
in these classes of troubles to' do so' and' it must b
left to the SrECIALlST, who by education. Inn
practice, thorough knowledge and comprehend
mind, is prepared to cure them.
DR. J. C. YOUNG
Opened his now celebrated Institute in 1850 for'ttiV
purpose ol anorain i.ne amretecr'tne certainty ol
honorable and skillful treatment and perfect and
permanent restoration, and for over SO yean it ha
sustained the first rank not only upon this Coast but
throughout the civilized world.
1 am aware that by dwelling upon so uninviting a'
subject as the DECAY OF SEXUAL VIGOR the
giiorant may asperse my motive, but'
the desire ( inform those who are saffer
inif throngh ignorance, or ho by care
t ssness or want of knowledge that a core
can be had, are not only hurrying them
selves lo an untimely grave, ant giTin'tr
sexual weakness as an inheritance to future genera
tions, is too great an incentive to permit me to be
IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM N IGHT VOSS
ES, NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESSES, CONFUSION
2V MIND, SLIGHT LOSSES WHEN UNDER EX
CITEMENT, VARIABLE TEMPER, TREMBLING.
PALPITATION, FLUSHES, fcc, OR IF YOU HAVK
PRACTICED SELF-ABUSE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT
EST PARTICULAR you are suffering from the
Dread Enemy of Bnmaa Life,
And should not hesitate to seek at once health and.
happiness in a cure.
CURES GUARANTEED, FEES MODERATE
CONSULTATION BY LETTER OR OTHERWISE -
Exclusively Vegetable Rmedtes tsed.
Yon are especially liable to suffering from NERV
OUS PROSTRATION. All your peculiar complaint
are nervous in their origin and hence your sufferings
are terribly depressing or inexpressibly keen. The
Doctor in his researches and practice ot NERVOUS
TROUBLES has made your orgpnizatlin a special
study and is thus enabled from his experience and
knowledge to aid and cure you in any of the
Troubles, Weaknesxra, Distresses and Suf
fer inesto whlih yon are liable.
3TYou will And in the Doctor a friend npon
whom you can rely for comfort, aid and cure.
Dr. Young's' Female Remedies have
attained a reputation far efficiency unequalled- av
any medicine or medical prescription ever offers.
They can be sent by mail or express.
Those desiring personal care and attention can have
all necessary accommodations furnished.
Those who cannot visit the city can by giving their
symptoms in their own way, receive advice, ana when
desired, treatment at home with every assurance ol
LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED.
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
So. 1 Stockton St.
San Francisco, Feb. 21 ; 1882.
Constantly on band, at the
LOWEST LIVING RATES.
Situaued on the Yaquina Road, half way
from Corvallis to Newport.
19:12m3. P. BRYANT.
f. MHper dav at home. San
ft) 8 t Address Sanson &
worth $5 free
SM a week in Your own tow.
S9 free. Address H. Hallett i Co.
Terms and. 5 -outfit
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or in the Courts attended to for MODERATE FEES.
We are opposite the U. S Patent Office, engaged in
PATENT BUSIr.rS EXCLUSIVELY, and can ob
tain pattnts in less time than those remote fro
Whan model or drawing is sent we a rise a to
itentability free of charge; and we soak NO
CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT.
We refer, here, to the Post Master, the Sunt, of th
Money Order Dfv., and to officials of tbe U.S. Patent
Office. For circular, advice, term, and reference to
actual clients in your own state and county, address,
O. A. SNOW & Co.,
10:8 Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C
Attorney at Law
WiiJ. practice in all of the Courts of th Stats.