Willamette farmer. (Salem, Or.) 1869-1887, November 16, 1883, Page 5, Image 5

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    WILLAMETTE PA.RMB11. SALEM, OREGON. NOVEMBER K IssS.
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GENERAL NEWS.
Cheney brags of a sixpouml potato.
Wlie.it nt CcrTtepiljc is 'CO 'cents per
bushel. There will be an immense
amount to move.
The cyclone at Springfield, Mo., caused
eleven deaths and many others were seri
ously injured.
Wo hear that there arc some f00
bales of hops pooled in a warehouse at
Eugene, waiting for n good price.
Seattle had a fire Thursday night that
burned the County Jail and the malt
house of an adjoining brewery.
There is a decided coolness between
the Emperors of Itussin and Germany,
but this is the cold season and thoy may
get over it.
At Madison, Wis., part of the new
eouth wing of the State Capitol fell and
killed and serioubly wounded fully a
dozen persons.
Attorney-General Brewster is lending
ins mlluence to punish pension frauds
and seems to find that many frauds have
been perpetrated.
The Canadian racificltailro.nl Com
pany denies tho report that work is to
htop nnd its manager asseits that tho
road will be completed in loiio.
The editor of the Ne? Perces News
tolls of having some fresh Baltimoic oys
ter sent to him. They came over tho
. i3. It. K. Lucky fellow, that.
The Puget Sound folks complain that
the law is not enforced in regard to the
coming of Chinamen, and that numbers
of them cros the boundary daily, or
nightly, on foot.
Miss Clara Wood has been allowed
$4,000 dollars by the Circuit Court of
Multnomah county, for breach of prom
ise from Dr. Davis. Its only onco in a
while that such scamps get their deserts.
Henry Ward Beecher calls our conn
try the "garden" of the American conti
nent, meaning the Pacific coast, but
rather showing a preference for Oregon
Washington or Jf uget bound country.
The friends and advocates of Woman
Suffrage w ill be pleased to leaan that a
bill granting this right to the women of
Washington Territory has passed the
legislative House by a handsome major
ity. In the vicinity of Lewiston, Idaho,
there is much flax raised. Six thousand
hacks are on hand now ready for ship
ment. Each sack containing two bush
els, worth $L12i a bushel. The seed is
bhipped to Calffornia,
The railroads into Mexico have
brought out a company of Mexican cap
italists who aro traveling through the
States. Tho intention and hope is to in
crease friendly feeling and lay founda
tions for a large trade between tho coun
tries. Preparations aro making in Walla
Walla to winter 1.000 head of cattle,
having laid in corn, barley and hay suf
ficient to stall feed these cattle for tho
home market. Last year about two hun
dred were kept, and it paid well.
Another new town is coming into no
tice, to be called Cceur d'Alene, just
above the old fort. It is tho only natural
harbor for steamers plying on tho two
rivers. The railroad is bound to run
through the place by and by.
Lieut Schwatka has received a hand-
home gift in recognition of his Arctic
vovaee in .1879 and 1880. ' 'It is a gold
medal from' tho Historical Society of
France. Schwatka is an Oregon boy.
It will be strange if California don't
claim him in some way.
The country about Spokane, W. T., is
fast being settled; somo 1,200 immi
grants have come over the N. P. It. It.
from St. Paul. Many,-however, went to
Puget Sound', there being large pro
portion of Germans and Swedes, who will
find just what thoy wont in that tim
bered and milling countiy.
It is becoming quite common for wo
men to secure land by pre-emption or
homestead. Smne time ago Miss Cora
Wilson claimed a piece of land near
Pomeroy. Somo male biped was un
gallant enough to "jump" her claim.
There was a contest, and recently the
Commissioner at Washington decided in
favor of Miss Wilson.
President Arthur will call attention of
Congress to tho fact that the rotir-irue-tion
of a canal acio-s tho Isthmus by
French capital, under authority of the
French government, n prejudicial to
American. interes'ts.QHe mors souie ac
tion in behalf of a canal at Nicaragua or
borne other point, under American au
thority. At the annual meeting of the Direct
ors of tha Walla Walla Agricutural So
ciety on Saturday, November 3d, 'the fol
lowing members were elected: Frank
Lowden, President; Orley HulJ, Vice
President; Lq F. A.. Shaw, Secretary;
Alex. -Cameron, Tren-urer ; . AVilliani
(iltu-sford, P. Russell, W. P. P.ee.-er, E. J.
Williams, J". Mclnroe, X. A. Evans, Hy
Kelson, Directors.
The train of Walla Wall.) wheat which
w.v bent as a tet to Miniikipolfe ha- prov
ed to be too soft .rHtsCquality for Minne
sota mill-, and was sent to Duliith to b.
hold in eastern market. The Minne-p-oils
millers are aau-touial to hard
wheat, heiiie the" experiment of market
ing Walla Walla wheat in that locality
is j,.tttilure.,-u,v3 the .-jpvkaue Full?
Chronicle if remains, however, to be
tebted-'whatiSpotone .wheat, may yield
in thatdirectiori, and, .more important
rtillfiousjU'.Spbkaol'tlour may not
equal if -not excel tbe'Minneapohs pro
duct! We are not over anxious to have
Spokane wheat sent East when we can
grind it all at home.
tVmong the iinuroniiiitinns of the
Methodist Episcopal missionary charges
we see that the Scandinavians of Oregon
get 20,000 for missionary work.
The Xew Orltnns papers teem to fear
the influence of the Chinese, as there
arc so many of them seeking qualifica
tions to enable them to become citizens
of the United States.
It is rumored that the London police
have proof that tho recent cplosion of
the underground railroad wne. the work
of Now York dynamiter", and are liope
ful of getting a clue leading to tho de
tection of the guilty parties.
General Sherman has been put on the
retiied list, nml is getting f.uewell din
ners and giving fmewell oddresses
among bis old comrades; 1,000 members
of the Grand Army of the Itepublic in
Xew York tendered him n reception.
He retires with a career of great brilli
ancy. A distinguished aitist of (ermnuv.
Conrad Diclitz, was at tho spiko driving
for the purpose of putting on canvas this
great event. He is to produce a picture
for which be is to get $20,000. It will mea
sure twenty by fifteen feet, repiesenting
sixty persons, who were assembled there
between Portland and St. Paul. Iron Bull,
the Indian Chief, will figure, too, with
Gen. Grant and Villard and family.
Foreign dispatches tell of the great
enthusiasm in the Martin Luther cele
bration in Germany, all denominations
uniting, Protestants, Catholics and Jews.
The great bronze statue reprebenting
Luther burning the Papal Bull, is
guarded. Seats are prcuaied for the im
mense crowd who will come to witness
tho unveiling of this statue. Services
will bo held in nil tho Lutheran churches
throughout Germany.
Jay Beach, Esq., of Jackson county,
has moved his family on the J. L. Hul
lett farm in Washington county, where
they are preparing a track for the pur
pose of training horses. He brought
down some fine blooded animals which
together with those owned by Mr. Hnl
lett will make a fine stud, and will com
pare favorably with any in the State.
They are both good judges of fine
horses and doubtless hae some that
when well trained will be bard to beat.
While riding down to Alpowa Land
ing the other day with Judge Grigsby,
wo passed a small huue near the road,
says the Waiteburg Times, a little below
the mouth of the Oleai water, and were
told thrt the land on which tho home
stands is claimed by Mrs. Sullivan. In
time it will be quite valuable. We hope
she may succeed in obtaining a patent
therefor from the United States. AVe
believe in this sort of "women's rights."
In all things pertaining to wheat
Umatilla, takes the lead, says the Leader.
It can grow more to the acre orynn aver
age than any other place. It can bo
harvested and threshed quicker here
than elsewhere. And when it comes to
hauling who can beat this : Mr. Frank
Kent, of Couso Creek, hauls daily to
Blue Mountain station, with four hor
ses and two wagons tho surprising quan
tity of 172 sacks of wheat. The dis
tance is nearly fourrmiles and he makes
two trips daily ; thus hauling 80 sacks
at a load.
Tho proposed pooling of freight rates
between the throe transcontinental rail
routes, which came in for xiich sharp
caiticism recently, having failed, the
question now arises with San Francisco
importers whether they accept tho guar
antees of the southern roads at fixed rates
or avail themselves of the position which
the Northern Pacific claims of being
able to do business expeditiously and at
reasonable charge, but without guaran
tees. Merchants are said to be unwil
ling tqtrtit themselves to the system of
cutting rateh.
Flrit Printer on U . Pacific. Coatt.
At Falmouth, Maine,' in the 7:M year
of his age, died Edwin Oscar. Hall. Ho
was tent out by the Board of Missions to
the Sjndwich Islands in .charge 'of the
church printing. In 18:il), the church
donated a prossnnd small fonfof type to
theOiegtm mission, valued at-$150 to
enable tli! printing'of hymns.'etc, which
had been translated' from 'English into
Chinook lor the Ixinofit of tlje Indians.
This same pre-s and type.,is,tfJ be .seen
among the aichives of the StateT'of Ore
gon safe.y caied for at Ui,eCapitolt
Mr. Hah came in cliargo- of:the pres
bringing his wife with him. ', Tho" press
was st tup at Lapwiii and tl'ieio was done
the first printing in Oregon, on flint curi
ous old hand pre-s that -lill can be seen
in its primitive simplcity, at the histori
cal rooms. Itwa afterward taken to
Tualatin Plains, near Hillsboro, where
the OreL'uii "American and Evangelical
Unionist," was issued by Rev. J. T. Grif
fin". Mr. 'Hall eVontuallv returned tothc
Inlands, where ho whs n.lea'dirigman'in,
alrtniifgs pertaining to religious numerh
and wus a proniiuent man in politics.
His. lemain- weio embalmed and taken
back to Honolulu for burial. We com
pile this from the Post-Inte'ligeneer
which say "his eiamplo,was a noble one
to tho biotherhood of prinien on tin
coast, and they can-point-jwitli pride to
their first predeceor."
Acgcra Goats tor Sale
A- it it will to mk'ii, bv an mhei:U
liifnt publi-hi'il eK'wheiv, Mr. Geo H "
Jull' , of Sili'in. nnVr for -ale !:.' hish
;;r.iJti Angora uts. Tlwilit ewc-wl-in'ly
wl bred being mo-tlv iifiwn-ix
tfi'iitb- Ht proio- to change tlieui
for cattle arid liorWb henco lilf rcfuspn for
wishing to sell Among the band are two
valuaWe ihicxs worinyMeai!-Ji. vn
April l&V 18S:!J a wTrvfrondint'Jtym
.wuu? ilV wii'h'tfi pall'hi89atient:6ir.to 1
lllii band, i KIIOW tlieniipTIOnlly.
iiuo "" ' .,. !.- initrlit5fnr an
Th5 entlTO band MJlJ t K" J" "Jgl0
avcrJKoT6f.'3 a'heSdr"' yiW&
' '7 - s
Tna Boy Murderer Arrested.
Cnarlei Benson Finlion, the boy accused
of murdering his grandmother, Mrs. T. J.
Finlaoi, In Linn county Saturday after
noon, November 3, was arrtsted by Sheriff
Humphrey of Albany, at a farm house eight
miles from Willows, a station ou the O. H. &
N. Co.' .road in Watco oouoty. He was
brought to this city by last uitrht's train and
lodged in tho Iwst room- at the city jail,
Shortly after bis incarceration an Ortgonian
reporter cilled to see him, and was shown
into the room without an introduction and
the door closed. Finlayson was stretched
full length on the sofa, his head covered with
abroad brimmed hat, ami his features turned
to the .wall. The reporter introduced him
self, made known his business, and asked the
boy whether he had nnythini; to say about
the crime with which he has been charged.
Without moving, or turning around to see
who the visitor was, he arswercd that he did
not want to talk about it. His voice indi
cated plainly that he had been weeping. An
swtring other inquiries, the boy would utter
only monosyllables. As he lay there, clad in
a heavy over-cat- and lart;o rough shoes, he
seemed a rugged man, not the boy that all
published accounts made him out to be. To
rouse him, the reporter asked him to stand
up, and he rose to his feet slowly He is a
tall, mutcular, raw-boned boy, and fi r except
a vry youthful face, appears 18 or 19 years
old. His face shows little intelligence, but is
by no means brutal looking. After tho pris
oner had risen the reporter explained that he
had not come to induce a confession, or to
harrow up unpleasant thoughts, but to allow
opportunity for any statement in defense that
the prisoner might wish to make. The boy
replied: "All I've got to say is that I'm sor
ry for what I done," and he sank into a chair,
bursting into tears.
After his paroxysm of grief was over he re
lated where he had kept himself since the
deed was committed. He left the scene of
the crime Saturday afternoon and walked to
J fferson. From there he walked to Turner,
and took the Albany express Monday morn
ing for Portland. In the afternoon he went
to the baloon ascension here, and at !) o'clock
that evening took the Atlantic expics for
The Dalles. Next moraine; he went to Wal
lula Junction and got employment from the
hotel keeper there to work on his ranch not
far from Willows. He then took the train
back to the ranch, went to work and
stayed there until he was arrested.
When brought to the city jiil he was
asked by Captain Turner of the polite force
his motive for the crime. Heansweied that
he had otten quarreled with his grandmother.
When she treated him well he was all right,
but when she abuted him it made him so an
gry that he could do anything against her.
On the Saturday afternoon in question he had
a quarrel with her and picked up an ax and
struck her on the head. He could not tell
whether he struck her with the broad side or
the edge of the ax, but he knocked her down,
Lite iu the morning the prisoner was visit
ed by a relative residing here, to whom he
made a tull confession of his crime. He said
that shortly after his grandfather went away
his grandmother told him he had better go
out to plough. He did not feel well, and did
not wish to go, and some words ensued, when
she hit him with a small stick of stove wood
she hd in her hand. The blow did not hurt
him much, but angered him, and as she
stooped to put th stick in the stove he struck
her on the back of the head with an ax.
She was dazed bv the blow, but staggered into
her bedroom. He followed her and took a
a knife lying on the tabh-, and stabbed her a
number of times. When he had done, she
told him to ay good.by for her to all her
friends. She tli-n asked for a drink of water
which he brought, and alter taking some she
ceiaea to breathe, Ho then covered her with
the bed clothes, and after taking a few dollars
iu money, left.
DIED.
Ethel Maud, aged 8 years and 10 days,
daughter of W. B. and M C. Simp-on,
died of scarlet feer at their residence in
South Salem, Nov. 13th, after 21 hours
illness. She was a lovely child and the
delight of her parent's life. Thoy have
been much afflicted in the past. This
child seemed sent as a comfort and joy
after the loss of nine others who were
swept away bv a pestilence about ten
years ago. Little Maud filled their
hearts and lives and her loss is something
words can not nay and life cannot repay.
Many friends grieve with them and hu
man sympathy does all that is possible.
This is a peculiar case where a cluld't life
seemed to be the chief tic that held her
parents to tho earth, Scarlet fever as
sumes a malignant form just now and
we hear of many cases through the
country and many sudden deaths.
The nvgroe about Norfolk, V.i.,nrc in
a state of insubordination, and white
people are in great fear of an outbreak
and ahsa-sination.
HUGH ROGER.
AGENT FOR THE...
Dundee Mortgage & Trust
Investment Co , Ld.
MONEY TO LEND.
OS IMi'U'jVED FAKMI.NO I.AN1H I.V THE
cciuntte. ol Mu.tuoiiuu, iUr o . I.lnn nl l'olk,
Ore.'cn 'd 'VoMn.'toii Terrltori Full Information
uia ot'W'nrd on application at .u. 4( Krroiifl
Mrrrl, I urm r ot l.li. i.otlt'.l
IMPERIAL EGG
FOOD.
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MILLLER BROS. Ageats
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IOR OP.EOOS A.ND WASH1SGTOVTEBBITOIIV
Via li&T rxn aprmtl cncrkl urnu lor u
eon n4 WmMiwwo (or tbe uli ol Im
FooJ, tti twt prprtln lor th poultry)
go4 lor CUloyu, lr up sppllcUon.
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BROS.
VA!tr I.AMK.
A lame amount of vacart land may be
found in the Willow Creek country, Umatilla
county. The town of ll'-ppner is in the midst
of this section. The Heppner Qmttle, pub
lished there by J. W. Hedinrton, can be had
at $2.50 a j ear, SI. 50 for six months, $1 for
three months. Subscriptions may be left at
the Fap.mer office. Farm and Gautte
$4.50 a year.
INhl'MI'TII). l'Kt.l.
An ol.l pts'itin, retired from practice, having had
placed tn his hands by an East India missionary tr e
formula of a simple vegetable remedy tor the speedy
and permanent cure of Consumption, llroncMtt, Cat.
arrh Asthma, and all throat and Lung Affection?, also
a posltho and radical cute for yenoue Dcbiltt) and all
Nervous Complaints, alter lmlnir tcstid Itsuondcrful
curathe powers in thousands of cases, has felt It lit
duty to mike it known to his Buttering fellows. Aitu
ated by this motive and a ilcdre to rcliel e human stif
ferinjr. 1 will send free of charge, to all who desire It,
this rciipe in German, Emrlith or rtnch, with full
directions for preparing and using. Sent b ilrII bv
addressing with stamp and naming this paper, W, A.
KOYES, Hi Power's Block, Kochcsur, N Y. n.u
A Splendid Opportunity
FOK a .
FRUIT GROWER AND NUR
SERYMEN !
The propitetonol this Jonrral hao a FIIUIT FIRM
within one and one-half miles of the bmineu
centre of Salem, si tinted tn the hilts
nnd In the most tti or ible loca
tion for fruit crow Iir.
531, On this farm there are the following trees:
260 Rojal Ann Chetrlen 2 and 0 years old.
300 Bartlett Pear, ! enr oM
HO Rartlett PeiM 2 ;,cnrsoM
t60 Peach Plums, 1) jeass eld.
COO Peach Plums, 2 years o'd.
400 Coc's Golden Drop Flunu, 7 3earoM.
;tE0 Coe'a Golden Prop Plums. 2 ears old.
400 Italian I'runes, 7 year old.
r(K) Italian Trimis, 2 car oM.
r0 Petite Prune d'Arjjen, 7 jear old.
2W Columbia Plums, 7 eam oM
fOO Columbia Plums, 2 ears old.
2C0 Blue Damson Plums, 2 jcars old.
2.W German Prunes, 2 jetrs old,
f0 Bradshiw Plums, 7 ears old.
100 Bnulshaw Plums, 2 years old,
2f 0 Washington Plums, 7 years old.
2f-0 Reine Claude plums, 7 jtars old
1150 Reine Claude Plums, 2 jcars old.
Total 6.000 trees, one half planted 7 and 9 ears.
and one-half 2 ears old frotr the nmer. The
choicest arlctlea known and best suited to commer
clal us The property consists of G acres of tho
Red Hill land, the best suited for orchards and fruit
jrrowlmj There Is aleo a small uurnery of 10 000
trees ou the place, which are of the choicest arietles.
II affords an excellent opportunity to go into the
nursery butinesi.
ONE-HALF I NT t: BEST FOK HALE.
H&tlnrnuun other duties to look after the owners
are unable to pav the rtqulslt care and labor on this
valuable proport j , probablv the most valuable orchard
interest in the Pacific Northwest Therefore he seeks
a partner who Is skllcd in orchard work and who will
demote his whole time to the ruslness and Is honest
and reliable. PRICE, ,000.
Address: S. A. CLARKE,
iiovHtt Silem, Oregon.
Oregon Itailway and Naviga
tion Company.
OCEAN DIVISION.
Itrtwrrn Portlsal and Ban Franclsro.
Leain Alnsworth Wharf at midnight, as follows:
1R0M lJRTLAND.
Midnight.
Columbia, Friday....
Oregon, Tuesday. ...
Queen. Filda)
State, Tueiday
Columbia, Friday
Oregon, Tuesday
Queen. Friday,
State, Tuonday
columbia,FrIiUy. ...
rKOM BAN rRANCISCO.
10 A. M. Nov.
Nov
.. 2
Queen, Saturda), . ... 3
State, Wednesday 7
Columbia, Saturday .. .10
.. 0
.. 0
..13
10
Oregon. Wednesday ....i
OueLii. Saturday ...17
..20
,2.ll
State, Wcdnesda),.!. .31
Columhli, Siturday . . 21
Oregon. Wednesday . 28
..27
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Through Tlckrla sold to all points in the United
States, Canada and Europe.
RAILROAD DIVISIONS.
Transfer steamer connecting with AtUntlc ExprfPB
lcaes Ash Street harf, l'ortlaml, dull), at 9 (XI 1'. M.
lhe raclflc Expresi arrives at PoitUnd, dally at
6 3b A. M.
Transfer steamer connecting with Portland, Walla
Walla, Da) ton and Pendleton Express leaves Ash
strait riarf,l'..rtlind,dally .(except bunduy)at7 30A.M.
Iteturning arrives at Portland at 0 30 1'. M,
M1UDLE t'OIl'MRIA, WILLAMETTH ANI
V1MUILL Ull Est imililON.
Leave Portland
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wod.ThariFrl.
Tues
8at.
llall.t and Upper
irciumoia-....
Astoria and Low
er Columbia...
Dayton
VlcUrla, BO....
Corvallis and )n
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7 AM 7 AM
7 All
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Griirrul Tlrkrt fflre-l or. I'ront nnd l Bl,
O. II. PKEbCOTT, JOHN MU1B,
Manairn. inp of Trafflc.
A. L. STOKES, E. P. ftOOEUS,
Ass't Sup't Traltlc. (Icn'l Agint Paa. Dep.
A. L. MAXWELL, Tioket Agent.
RAILROAD LANDS.
Liberal Term-,
Low Pricos,
Long Time,
Low Interest.
O. & . IUILKOAI COY,
o
FFEll TllEin LANDS FOK StLE UPON Till
fu.loieir liberal ter jil. Oue-Unth ot tho prici
ncu.li: hitere.t on thebalirc.at the rale ol seven
txretnt. one ear after sale, and each lolfclng jeal
one-temh of lhe prlmlpal and lntireit on the balance
at the rat. of sven per cent, jwr annum. Both prln.
clpal and intcrMt i)able In U. K. Curnncy.
A discount of ten per cent, allowed for caih.
Letters should be addressed to
PAUL SCIIl'LZE, Und Agent,
O. 4 C. It. 11. Co., Portland, CVn
MAPS 1 MAPS ! !
jiai's ok oregon & wish
ix;ton territory.
rXEREAFTER WE WILL HE AI1LE TO SUPPLY
X copies of maps of Oregon and Washington a,
following rates. Tneae maps are put up In convenient
fjrm to cary in tho pocset. Encloswl In a stltf l.ard
rater. The) can b nlulned at the following prlco:
Map sir Orruon, -i
Map of Wnahlnglon..
Urctuu nud Mm.UUbIoii Ccmblnol. !.'
"Kemlt b) I'osUl OrJer or P.egiUred Letur
Postage stamps will not be taken.
Address I
MILL-IHEITEFAUMKU I'CK. f ll
Drawer 13. Portland Onion
Augora Goalsfor Sale.
1.11 AVOOIIA GOATa. IN EXCELLENT CON
it dltion A ca.h b'l)tr will (t a bara In
lor !ri.er parucuiari, aaur.H.
uor2.ll
OEO, II. JONES,
fjalem, Or
DRS. A. S. & Z. B. NICHOLS,
Homeopathic Physicians and
Surgeons.
Koomt it, M, 61 a Union Block, Portland, O
BtttUHlM,
Dr. Z. B. N.-Dumnf Wonwn.
DK. A. 8. N.-Disenats) of Eye, Em and Throat
PATCNTSB-PWcKKftX;
I M I bll I VAttormji, Wftihinftton. D. O.
lull Iniiructlou suJ likiii-Uwk of Intents ienl r.
TEN OREGON PAPERS
Descriptive of Oregon scenvry,
Oregon Towns, Oregon Farms.
Oregon Homes and ot
Oregon Blethods of
Klaking a
Living.
A rniirlM iiurl Iruthftil lm nMlir nrrutra
ofeery la) lircnml tlip rkiiM'r. (ttr Imi1iih
In llil fur nttn) Western "till.-, unrnlurtil )
Ihr luflM tire if railway laml cuifirantrft or
real ralalc speculators.
Ilounil In ii.imphlrt form .r KM) lnli)r
paat'N. llliiHtratetl Willi l.ltt llurlj eeinlcl
noii picture..
I'rlre II per nip). Miilliil i.palil loan)
ruitiitrymi rt-rrlpt ul prut.
rAildrrsa I
D. H. STEARTv'S. Portland, Or.
SHAY FEVER
THEIR CAUSE AND CURE.
KNIQHT'S NEW BOOK sSSTTntlE.
lUn,L. i.ESICUI, 11 t.lIblrJ9L,CISClKIiTI, O.
JOHNSON GRASS,
TIMOTHY AND
CLOVER SEED.
MILLER BROS., Seedmen,
o. 209 rirrunil Mrrrl. foillniiil.
HAVE A LAl'.OF, 1SVOICK OF Till'. AUOVt
named grass iede. T)ie (an upplv ull itv.
manils In lots to suit Purchasers. Scml tor t ricflist.
TANGENT NURSERY
II. W. Settlemlre, rroprietor.
slnrlrd l(C.: so lr n Niiixryiiinrt.
VLL SOHTS OF
I'KIII, OKNAMI.T.tl- nml 4IIAIIK
Trees, Vines and Shrubbery.
AWSend to Tangent, Oregon, lor price list and des
criptive catalogue dft-lMf
A. ROBERTS,
....srCCESbOK TO....
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
Cor. First and'Alder Sts.IPortlnnd, On.
THE LEADING
Clothier,
Merchant Tailor,
And Hatter.
OF OREGON,
Guarantees to sell the vers
best CLOTHING lor less
Hloticy than any other house
in the state.
juneltl
WILL . JMSTTJ3
PURE BONE PHOSPHATE I
Onrofllir llml trllllirr Kiuinu,
One Load is Equal to FIFTY Loads
of Stable Manure.
W.Fcr full particulars nd other liilorn atiuu ad
dress tbe manufacturer
J. I,. WICHEHSUAM,
hal Port Jlld, OrfKOli.
MILLER l'.UCS, bicduirn,
200 Second St., I'ortlanu, r.
Jn '.Uiu2
C. N. POTTEK,
NURSERYMAN,
SALEM, OJt.
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines
Etc.
t.lla9 au especially Hue lot c('ff
PLUM and PRUNE TREES
or TIIK
VERY BEST VARIETY.
Addieaa O. N. POTTKR,
NovlStI Salem, Orejinu.
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OMNVCNTW ITS PURITY AN D
STRENGTH ALWAYS MAINTAINED
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PREPARATION MADE. .
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RUSSELL & CO.
PORTABLE SAW MILLS,
FARM a SAW MILL EN6INES,
THRESHING MACHINES, ETC.
rirrulnr. nml rrlrc.lll "rnt Fi-it.
RUSSBt, & CO., Portland. Or.
ED. UUCUIES, Mai wir liiown
TUTT'S
PSLLS
IWI ILUII HRI
TORPID BOWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA. ,
From tlieso uources nrlso tlueo lourths or
tho ilHonsos of tl.o httmnn race. 1he?e
symptoinslmlicAlotliairoxlstcncoioaaor
Appetite. ISovtU coHe. bleu Hsart
iii lie, nilluosa ofter entliie, njeralou to
t turtloii or ljoily or mind, JJrnetstiaia
of i-ooil, Irrltnbllltr of temper, Isw
snlrlU, A freliii'i of hnTliis; nruUctrA
nine dmy,lUilie,Flnttcrliurrt the
llcrt,l"t lisroru tlie ye,lilshly col
ored lliloe, 'O.JTIlAT10, nml do.
matul llio uso of ft remedy tint acts rtiroot.v
ontlio l.lver. A9ftLlvermoillclnoTCTT'rt
fd.I.Mliavoiioo.'iual. Tliolr action on tlu
KlilrieysnnilSltliilsnIso prompt; roniOTlitJ
nil Impurities tbrout'li tlicso t lireo " nenv
ensern of the nyitem," producing nppfl
tlto, sound dlirestlon, r.-swlnr ftool", n olenr
sklnmidri vlgoroinbodv. TCTT'S PIJ.I.S
causo no lmitaea or ftilplnir nor Interfere
Willi il illr i ork and nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
boldever whrre.BUc. HIIU-elMurraygtNY.
TUTTS HAIR DYE,
Gray IIaiu on Whimsi'im olungod In.
etnntly tontiLossr Ulack bv . slnglo sn.
juicatfon of tills Uru. Sold by DruggUu,
or sent by orpress on rocolpt of il.
Office, 4 1 Jlurmy Rtreot, New York.
TUn'8 MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
MtSj&P&g-
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VEGETABLE 00MF0UND.
1 ft Positive Cure
r.F nil tk.se Palnrul Cmplalnts nn WeaknMSM
a. ooaaw.n to uHr beat feaaat. pepuUtLaw
A Hsillrlno for Woman. Inrrntod br Woaian,
Prepared hr ITonian.
rh. Oraalnl Mriltal Dl...,.rf Sin.. IB. Daw .f inal.rr.
tTTIt rerires the drooplnff ilrltl, intlgoratss ana
barmonlzua the onranla fuuctloiia, k1t. elutiultr aa4
flnniics to the step, reatoreitlifl natural luatre to tha
.yo, an I plant, on the pals Choi of woman In frsso
ran of life's iprlntr anil early suinmar time,
nr-physlclant Ue II and Prascrlbe II Freely S
It remotes falutness, flatulonry, dctroys alt rravlnir
for atlmulant, and rcllorea wrnlnsn of tho stoniMn.
Tliut ficlmir of U.arlu down, caualnj- sln, wHelit
an 1 luickooho, Is always prrraanenUy cured 1 y 111 una.
For the cure or Kidney (Iomi.lal.ta at cltkor an
this Compouud I. uuauronsaii.
T.TDIAK. rrXKIIAM-S IIMI'III I'L'RiriEK
slll eindiii.1. overy yt lln.i ..I I.i mi n. Irmii tin,
IIUmj.1, Hiidi,ho tono and i.tniiKh I ll U-in. ot
luau wouuui or child. ln.lt on ltlTlnirlt.
DolU the Compound aUdlltiod Purlller aro preparad
atSOandau WiaU-rn Arenue, Lynn, Mast. I'noool
tllliir, tL fit' ho'il' i fr V Bent by mail In tho form
of pllli. or oflontri, onrttsipt of price, flperboi
forelluer. Mrs. Plnaham f rouly aii.woriaUlsttsrsof
Impilry. Kacloso 3.t. stamp Send for pamplilit.
Ho family "houll without I.TPI A K I'lKKIIAII'S
Llvra 1'll.I.s. Tner cure coruitlpallnn, blhouantas,
anaioruldliyottluillnr. Sjcuuiwr box.
J-(Sold hy all l)ru(lt..-W (
RHEUMATISM
aj It U for U tlio ivi'iitU .ti?i of tli
KIDNEYS, LlVrtR AND ROVCL8,
It cleans ht ivi'in of tte rnrrut D3iaoa
that OAUIW4 tUa iirlMil1il HJifnni; which
oaljr tbe vlcliu of HtutumittU n cvm tvaliu
THOUaAJOli OF CA&CS
of tU woisft fwr.iLi of l Lit urnblj d'aia)
tav beu qidokly tollivn 4, onU In ahort Urn
PBFKCTU, CUaLD.
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l'.aiti, riuil'iiox 't lu iIjsiii ill, espec.
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0. M.FERRY &.CO. fJC.tiOT Mich.
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to order with name, or name and address and num.
jra. It U reuul.a rhoap and convenient. Bell at
sUbl and gives perfect satisfaction. Illustrated
l'Tlce.Llst and unipll. free. Aiieau wananl.
C U. DAS A, WMt Lebauo.,, N. O.
THB
1ST U THE OHIAr
ENGINES
1ST ! THE OHIAMIT.".
SAW
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