The Polk County signal. (Dallas, Or.) 1868-1???, June 08, 1868, Image 1

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yt*r,
Pablliker.
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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT O
OREGON CENTRAL, R
com pany .
t h e
made through the proper channels, to consider the affairs and prospects o f your
j ascertain upon what terms foreign cap- Company in a very satisfactory, uot to
FLOUBINCi
n iL L ;
: ital can be secured. The people ought say flattering condition.
We have no
j
not
to
he
deceived
and
misled.
Foreign
doubt
o
f
the
success
of
the
enterprise.
reijon
T> the Stockholders ‘o f th
h is m il l iia v ik u b e e n e n t ir e l y
capitalists will not come here and build
And with this unreserved statement
rebuilt lucide, und the uio*t improved Cent/al Railroad Company:
lie by
Muling uiachiuury iuDroduced, i» mar muiiing
,
your
railroads
upon
your
mere
request,
o
f
the condition ot the affairs of this,
that i
laws o f your corporation requi
u lull capacity. We wauufacture
s
They
are
quite
ascarefui
of
their
money
the original Oregon Central Railroad
shall make u report ol the operations ol
J . H. L E W I 8
j
us
are
Oregonians
o
f
theirs.
W
hile
you
Company,
we respectfully submit to the
the past year. My report must neces.
Double Exlra
1
would
not
likely
invest
your
money
in
people
o
f
the State this proposition :
sarily be meagre, inasmuch as the Coiu
S prepare! to exhibit an excellent anil !
the bonds o f a road propo ed to be con- •Is it probable that two companies ot the
pany has hut recently got to the work
«arefally »elected »lock of
j
^«tructed,
hut which is not iu fact grad same corporate names, upon opposite
E itra, and
intended by its incorporation— the con
Dry Goodt,
ed, through Texas or New York, it is sides o f the same river, being competing
grruction o f a railroad. Rut u brief re*
Groceries,
riot likely that New Yorkers will invest lines for all the trade o f the upper
»tiperline Flour. view o f the preliminary work o f a cor­
liar dicart,
in Oregon yoads until they see some­ Willamette valley and beyond, and ri­
Not lurpxcaed by any brand on the Pacific poration of the character o f which this
CntUry
thing
more than maps. No mere paper vals in every respect, can reasonably
Count
is intended to bo, cannot be devoid of
Cloth ing.
schemes, practicing upon the credulity hope to aucceed under the present cir­
interest now, and will certainly form an
Sails.
o
f the people, will succeed. It requires cumstances, and at this point in the his.
Large Order» filled at the shortest notice.
interesting chapter in its history after
BOO 1 $ If SHOES;
dollars, but a dollars worth of wheat or tory o f our State ? . I f it is not reason­
success shall have crowned your efforts
50* Flour, Mi l l!iu*» and Bran «dJ at the
land can be converted into the construc­ able to hope for the success o f both,
to build a great railroad intended not
And in fact erei jibing ia the line of
Mill, aA wholesale only.
'
tion o f a railroad as well as coin. And does uot justice to the interests o f the
only as a blessing to the State, but as a
R T A P L E a lid FANCY GOODS
wheu enough o f the commercial values whole State, a prudent regard for the
U\ W. MANUFACTURING COM PANT
highway for the nation.
o f the country, be it cash, produce, land tax payer, as well as the dictates ot*
Your tint Board o f Directors were
uaually kept in a retnil Store will he found on
deell tf
L. F. GROVER, Agent.
or
labor, has been aggregated, to enable business economy, urge every friend o f
elected on the 24th o f May 1807.—
band* and for »ale u» CHEAP a« the CHEAP
Eastern capitalists to see that we are iu the interests o f both sides o f the W ill­
EST.
3tf
None o f them had any adequate idea
earnest,
and have our affairs in a tungi. amette river, as well as those o f the
o f the difficulties to overcome in an un­
hie business shape, there will he no Umpqua and Rogue riv£r valleys, to
W . C. IIR O H W ,
dertaking o f this character, even under
trouble in securing money on the Bonds decide iu favor of and give their support
J favorable circumstances ; hut when we
DEALER I S G ES ER AL MERCI/-
o
f the Company to further prosecute to that company which has been rec >g-
consider that the enterprise was launch­
A M i l s E.
the enterprise.
nized bv the Land Departments o f the
ed in a new State whose people were
Your Directors have let no contracts U- S. Government, and endorsed by
unfamiliar with the great benefits rail­
T>iillnts, O r e g o n .
ut
exorbitant
prices, squandering your your chief commercial city, which has
roads confer, where the capital uvaila-
contributions
upon favorites, upon those secured a respectable basis o f home
e» on hau<l and ia constantly receiving
bin for anything out o f the ordinary
w ho lii-Ve no interest in the State, or to means, which has certainly the brst
a well »elected auuortUKTit of Good*
business transactions o f the country
adapted to the Country Trade, couuiating of
curich
themselves, and do not propose showing for success, and thus enable
was very limited and reluctant of in­
to do so.
Economy has been required them to speedily build one main line
])ry Goods und Groceries,
vestment in a nen' enterprise, where a
o
f
your
C
hief
Engineer, Superintend­ through to Jacksonville, with such
• railroad spirit ’ had to be created by
Clothing nrid Hardware,
$587.000 ent, and all others having the incurring necessary branched as will fully accom­
vour Directors, before anybody could be j Total
induced to favor your enterprise, and I After the completion of the first of expenses, and all employees exhorted odate the entire State w e st'o f the Cas­
j last ol all, where hitter opposition was twenty miles of road, the land giant of to a faithful discharge of their duties. cade mountains ? Should the interests
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7
met at the very threshold in the shape twenty sections o f public land per mile, It is believed that this is the only way ol foreign contractors, or the personal
C ro o k fry and T obacco .
.»f a rival corporation, holuly claiming and the State aid of ten thousand dol­ to secure success ; and it is sonic satis matters o f our citizens, be allowed to
prejudice the superior interests of the
Having been engaged in the busi
>our corporate name and franchises— lars in Stale Aid Bonds per mile, on faction to know that this plan has the
ness for Kif’ ren Yours, 1 flatter myseli
when we consider all this, the prospect the first one hundred miles, will be approval c f those o f whom we expect State and the people ? And is it not
one year ago was gloomy enough, and available iu the further prosecution of to ask further aid. Oregon has not y ;t especially the interest o f this city, to see
that l undtMstand und can anticipi«!»
done all that it may easily do to aid that the company it has endorsed and
the wants o f o f toy numerous i'altuu:*
it is not surprising that two o f your the work.
The estimated c o t o f the first twen­ this great work, and especially those aided, shall not be unnecessarily em­
to the «atisliMction o f ail
ihn rd resigned th* ir positions in de.-pair
>1 accomplishing any permanent good. ty miles o f road fully equipped, with along the line who are the most be unfit­ barrassed by rival enterprise? W e ask
My friend* are assured that I will
Every mau can help of the people o f the State a fair exam­
Continue to nell goods as low us the
L uder these circumstances it was not stations and buildings finished. is, in ted by the rood.
to be wondered at that the mass o f the round numbers. $4UU,0U0. It is not some. Let every man do so. aud fail­ ination and diecus»ion o f these proposi­
lowest.
W C. B R O W N .
tions.
people, who are uow active friends and possible to build the first section by ure would be utterly impossible.
A il o f which is respectfully submitted
Laborers must be fed und the far­
P. 3. Tin.,* intK-htvtl to tvi - will pi.nfi-r »
-upporters o f your (Nunpany, h id then converting simply the assets o f the Com­
J. GASTON.
favor by calling Ui»kii>t; »«.'tlg-oivn' immolli
»nt little vonfid- tic«* in the nn spect o f pany named above, for they conld not mers along *he line can contribute flour,
W. t\ U.
j»tcly.
otl'
bacon,
vegetables
and
all
the
necessa­
President
O.
C. R. R . Co.
he
converted
at
anything
like
their
Siddltry.
Hirness. sui’eess. But labor conquers nil things,
ries
o
f
life,
when
they
would
have
do
Portland,
Oregon,
May 25th, 1868.
iiol three members o f your Board de­ value if put up at a forced sale ; but it
NEH 04)01)9» l N EIA GOOD*:
em lined t>» give the enterprise iheii will he necessary to issue some First cash to spare, and this they would not
II. !i 1*A K R IS II,
ietermiiied ami perseveriliz lai-ors for Mortgage Bonds thereon, which the feel. Teams must he supplied and sup
h*v*ju*t rctfivi'd Kiui m.*T cpt-Der! a mw
W ORDS TH A T B U R *.
xml Irei-lt »tack
spring auJ .Suuiuici
■in* year. Under the circumstances, Company is preparing to do at the ported ; hors« g and their provender are
IN D E P E N D E N C E , O R E ION.
i GIM»DS Mil
• it whs not known wheti er the Gompany proper time. It is satisfactory to be everywhere abundant; let them be free-
A True Prophet
G ratios.
< \ ^ A M l ACTI’ KEM nii'i dealer in II ir-
able to state that these assets have been I >y m pp'icd, and the work will not lag
I
wool
!
he
recognized
hv
the
Secretary
Kiyd*,
. Y Ì '* *-• •' a idle), oriiiic», it .003, C i.lai»,
i if the Interior at Washington City, as submitted to the judgment o f the ablest The right of way ought to be cheerfully
■ t.c )«. t te.. --1C.
On a certain occasion Daniel W eb ­
S t y h ».
j entitled toth 'i hin«l granted to uid in rai roul capitalists ^nd c n. tractors on the donated in every case. Cross ties can
Uhi ’ All' ING do.: • tin »h rt nolii-d 3tf.
and Varieties.
be easily furnished by persons along the ster, the great apostle o f the Constitn-
! the constru< timi o f ths roa 1, or wlicth- coast, who ate unanimous in the opiu.
Well adapted la this tf:»>U l*"ta a*
] rid*
Company has already- line, each furnishing a fiw , and taking tion and the union, speaking o f the
! a contest would arise in his office, he- ion that your
an.l tiuuluv. To tlm.-e ilo u in g to j .iit-na.-.-i-
spring -upply. I will invi**s your atOMiti-oi, a-
! tween the rival companies. After cxe secured the means to construct and their pay ia stock or,lauds. Iu this Abolition party, said :
J atii «ietartuiued to Milapt •b.'.- price* to ^uit th*
1 curing and f. r vaniing the jtapers to the equip the first twenty miles o f road.— w.«y let a “ railroad spirit ” be aroused
“ IF T H E IN F E R N A L F A N A T ­
j.re.ciit II akh T hus *. nii'i 1 u*k you befori
It must be borne in mind that this first and stirred to a deeper depth, and t\e ICS A N D A B O L IT IO N IS T S E V E R
CELEBRATED
j
Secretary
as
r
(juired
by
law,
it
was
purihasiu^ loca l/ at tits
deem 'd prudent to await his action.— twenty miles will cost nearly double as Railroad which is euiineutly the peo G E T P O W E R IN T H E IR H A N D S ,
pie’s and an Oregon enterprise, will be
Ì ! No reply was icccived from him until much as any othor sectiou between
T H E Y W IL L O V E R R ID E T H E
OI.D B R IC Ii CURVE II
J ThvM« dellvloit» Mtonuich Btttvrv tr« entirely »
■ ' ! ’/
pushed rapidly up the Willamette, thro
Portland
and
Eugene
City.
C O N S T IT U T IO N . S E T T H E S U ­
» Vegetable, *u«i free fruin sUcuiiuluDii every h u rt-! .• I * r>U t tile 1st «lay t t r'ep tellilM T , W ild)
to U m pqui, an i
As soou as the road is completed to the Calapooas
Ami examine for yonr*vlve9.
I
received
letters
from
the
Secretary
P R E M E C O U R T A T D E F IA N C E ,
TRY
c
JUDGE (
on to Rogue river, and spreading its
P R IN T S at 1-4
per ynr>l.
Hillsboro,
which
we
hope
may
be
ac­
fully recognizing our rights to the laud
C H A N G E A N D M A K E L A W S TO
Good ij'ialitv four-fourth» llKOWN CAG0TT
J THEM!
FOR
complished by December next, it will iron arms out upon either side, will S U IT T H E M S E L V E S , L A Y V I O ­
grant
;
ami
l
imv
here
add
that
within
A SHEETING 16 cent»*
: TRY
YOUR
infuse new life into the whole country.
COFFEE hv the *u<*k 23 cents per pound,
L E N T H A N D S ON T H O S E W H O
«he last week l have received other commence earning something for the
★
( TH 1M!
SELF!
remit 34 ceut*. and «¡/ othor thing* in prupor
Company. N o tangible means are at j »»ake your wheat o f uniform current D IF F E R W IT H T H E M IN T IIE 1 R
comniunictions
fmui
.he
Secretary,
al­
pul
ingredient
A
pleasant
tonic,
«nd
•
most
tion. Uoiae aud ex»*wtn«- ¡»n-l He «»ti
{¡»grwable dunk. T.ie market i* flooded with ! ready giw u to the public through the hand ior making a correct estimate of value from Jacksonville to Portland, O P IN IO N S O R D A R E Q U E S T IO N
J poi «mona compound» ; but THESL bittero.mude f
J .\ 0 C. BELL-
take out every brush, reconstruct every
Jíromtbe pureet extract« ol valuable root», bari t • press, conclusively showing that no the earnings o f this portion ot the road.
l H E IR I N F A L L I B I L IT Y ,
AND
»and herb», ore admirably adapted to the ture cl« other company ihan yours has set up With tire op n in g o f the road will com farm, quadruple its value, erect com­ F I N A L L Y B A N K R U P T T H E
(al I affection« of the Stomach, Kidney*,] iv< r and J
Bowel«, «neh aa Dyspepsia, Fever, Ùiarr) «r». * any claim in a le^al way. or has any mence the erection o f <»ew towns along fortable houses every where, give the C O U N T R Y A N D D E L U G E I T
J . E D A Y ID M IA , H D ,
Lo»« of Appetite, etc. etc. For «ale eve n where. {
the line,'the manufacture of lumber and farmer full value of his labor and his W IT H B L O O D ."
) A. FKNK WAUSKN, S oit . M an ('F act Ó rfu , è right whatever to the laud granted by
other anieles demanded in the growth produce at his own door, create new
,
rnr Sanarme ,V Ja« keon, San J rancheo ! Congress.
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N .
That party did, by dint o f sheerest
towns and cities, and finally supply and
IN D E P E N D E N C E - - - OREGON
From May to September, nothing j o f tlfii city and the development ot the
and with
this - prospect --
it —
is serve the wants o f a million o f people, jugglery, finally get into power, and
was done to forward the enterprise fur i . country;
« « » . . j , ■•«»
...............
D K . U l rFfaAADV*
unreasonable to expeet
and happy
in , ti) e»jo; , went o the result is before the couutry. Take
For Male at a Bargain
ther than to hold some public meetings. not
------------
. , , that the first , - p O-perous
-
_
CELEARATED
get the people to talk the matter among j twenty miles of road would earn at the j «me o f the most luvond 8p te and chines heed, Patriots!
y 4w
«lling mi d lot j»iea9»ntly located in
S W IS S ST O M A C H B IT T E R N
KOLA. I will m I mj di»|i«*xo of my DRY
beneath the sun.
them-elves.
•elves», and
at arouse an interest in lowest estimate, iive thousand dollars
llULSK aittated on the |>reiu;»va a» ai.-o lur -The best Purifier o f the I’ lood,
This beautiful picture cannot be ac­
It could have
the consti uctioii o f railroads generally. (85,000 00 ) per month
H A R D OK THS M ARTYR -S A IN T , »
Daces, Kettii », Cider uii 1 and |>rc*».
A Pleasant Tonic!
complished without labor, uur can it
A rare i-»ti| ortunity i? offered lor some one to
A ' cry agretttb/e Prink !
After receiving the foregoing recog­ no steamboat or other competition.—
siiguge in the drying bimines#—have facilities
I’ ufurpas.ied for acting sure/y but jren* nition of (ho Until pany'» rights, a can­ Statistics are being collected by the en. ever be accomplished without a railroad.
Rev. Theodore Cuvier geta off tha
for drying FIFTY Ul\-11KLS every 24 hours.
» gent/y on the accretion* o f the kid-.
W bat the beautiful valleys o f the M o­
gineers
in
charge,
upon
which
to
base
vass
for
subscriptions
to
the
capital
Call aud examine this property.
ney*. bowc/a, «touiach and /iv*r!
hawk and the Gennesee o f New Y o r l, following left-handed compliment to
J . 11. DOTY.
For * h / h at a// who/esn/e aud relai/ stock o f the Company, ami donations of an estimate o f the earnings of the line
TRY
the Scioto and Miami o f Ohio, were the “ S a in t" Abraham 1 :
Eol». Apr. 27. ISilS.
/iijuur, drug and grocery store*.
IT
land and other property in aid of*the from Portland to Kugeue City, but the
W
thirty years ago, the Willamette, Ump-
1 have a legal right t attend the
enterprise, was commenced in W ash­ matter is reserved to another time.
NO BODY SHOULD BU IV IT HOT IT.
|uaaml Rogue river are to day. \Y hat theatre. N o police mau stand- at the
The
Board
o
f
Directors
have
had
to
G. F K lS fll.
: : :
Proprietor. ington and Yamhill counties, which
the first named valleys are to day,your door to exclude me, or dares to eject
TAYLOR ¿i DKNDEL, Sole Axent».
was subsequently extended to the city resort to litigat on to settle the questions
413 C ay street, San Francisco. ml2is
in dispute, with the rival corporation beautiful valleys o f Oregon may soon me while my conduct is orderly and be­
o f Portland.
be, il we keep up with the progress of coming.
But 1 hare no moral right to
Blacksm ith Shop
In February last, the City Council operating ou the east side o f tha \V il-
ihe ai»e and eoustruct this railroad.-— go there ; uot merely because I may
o f the oity o f Portland resolved to ex* iameire rtjrer, and it will necessarily re­
D A L L a S, O R E G O N .
Then"
let not the “ Rai’ r.«d spirii ” — see aud hear much that may aoil uiy
GAI Y T & F A L K N E R ,
end uid to the Company to the extent quire some time before these suits can
already aroused,— flag in the least, and memory for days aud mooting hat be­
of interest on its bonds in the sum o f he closed up. but in the meantime no
f ^ -r U l C E S REDUCED.-®*
SHE RID AS, OREOOS.
the best way to keep it alive and in­ cause that w hole garnished t a J glitter-
8250.000. About this lima Col. Cor­ one need be concerned about the result.
crease its value, is to go to the ncare-t i g establishment, with ¡ I f vtTsaotu,
an u fac tu re rs and Dealer* in s»q-
T«^-bor#r wngtins ironrd complete for |S0,00
nelius, o f Washington county, and Capt. Justice will be secured some time and
d/es, Harness, Bridles, Ac,
subscription
paper and
subscribe attractions, is to many a young person
Brake for wagon, $12, 00.
•J. C. Ainsworth, o f Portlaud, were in­ the unnecessary trespass upon the Com
something. N o man fully feels the the yawning maelstrom o f perdition.—
Horse» shod all round with new shoes at $2,40
R e p a ir ir in g aonc on short notice.
vited to fi t the two vacant places in the pany’g rights in the use o f its corporate
imporiance of any thing until he is a The dollar which I give at the box-
Bhoss set for 24 cent» each.
Board of Directors, which they acoopt name, will be prohibited beyoud any
“ little interested." Far more can be cffii-e is my contribution toward sustain­
Douhtetrev*. aud Singletrees, wood and iron
ed, tnd have si» ee labored energetic« lly doubt.
c* roplete tor $ 5 .
Since commencing the work o f grad­ accomplished by a little united effort ing an establishment wh«>e dark foun­
D r .W . D. J E F F R IE S .
to promote the interests o f the Couipa»
than any one supposes. ’1 here are dations rest on the uiuidereJ ot thous­
WisguuH. B u ggies ana E x p r e s s -H a e ks,
ny
The prospects o f the Company ing on the 15th o f A pr!!, the work has
more than one thousand I armors in the ands of uiy ft-Jlovrnicn.
Their blood
ironed on short notice and at prices to au»t
are now rapidly improved, and the over­ been pushed as rapidly as circumstan­
customers.
Willamette
valley
who
could
easily
stains its walls, and from that ,4 Pit ’*
PHYSICIAN. & SURGEON.
hanging clouds o f distrust gave away ces would permit. A t the present time
T H O M A S J. D O W .
raise
fite
hundred
bushels
of
wheat
in
they have gone down to another pit
to generous confidence with material thero are fifty laborers engaged on the
EOLA, OREGON.
addition
to
their
regular
crops,
to
pul
where no sounds o f mirth ever come.
support from ah quarters where we had work o f grading, besides the engineer
Spermatorrhoea*
would have been into this railroad one year f -t»m next Now 1 ask. wbat right have l to enter
Special attention given to Obstetrics and a right to expect it.
In March the corps. A larger force
DR. DOnER’rV ha* just published an im
hurve.-t. Suppose by a n died »-ff »rt a place where tbo tragedies that are
diseases
of
women.
portent pamphlet, einhotiying his own view»
authorities o f Washsngton county en employed, but could not be to advan-
this was secured, it would make a halt played off before me by painted Women
and experiences in relation to Impotence oi
,
tered into a contract to pay the inter­ tage, the ehrracter o f the work requir
Y irility ; l>eiug a Short Treatise on Speiinator-
ing a proportionate number of carts. I »Million bushels o f wheal, worth to vour and db-sobi'e men are as nothing to the
rhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and JOKES T H E J E W E L E R , est on fifty thousand dollars o f the Com­
and the carts could not be scoured other-i railroad not less than a half milliou iragtdicK of lost soui- that me enacted
.Physical Debility consequent on this affection,
pany’s bonds. About the same time a
State Street. S alem . O regon.
every
and other diseases of the Sexual Organ».—
wise than hv ordering them built, which i dollars, every dollar or bushel ol w hich iu smite paita of that liounc ever
» the place to go and ge* your watches, subscription paper was stared in Port­
Tbi» litt/v worx contains information « f the
night? Wha t right have l to pi e
clocks and jewelry repaired in good style. land, which has been filled up with has required time. The progress mtde ^ «**uld he turned into railroad io n .—
utmost value to idt, whether married or sing/e,
is very satisfactory, and stockholders i The Vvry fact ibatsu rh uii arrangement my owner and iny pn>« ncc to sustain
sustai
1 warrant all my work for one year; if it is
and will he sent FREE by mail on receipt fo
twen«y five thou-and dollars cash, all
not
right.
I
make
it
right.
Six Cents in pontage stamps for return pu«-
an d ih e public may rest a«sim d that i-«* this had been made in this »Slate th.it moral h I iiih filer luou.^e• and by*
the leading Cipitulisfs and business
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•-* „H |b,. would give V"Ur ( ouo-any great credit walking into the theatre myself to aid
R E M E M B E R
THE SHOP
men aiding it more or less. Recently the work will pe pushed with all the
Consultation— By fetter «r otherwise,
iu New York and L iven o il.
IN THE POST OFFICE BUILDING.
in decoying others to follow uie?
fK K K. Permanent cure guaranteed or no
the neeessary steps have been taken to energy the tueaus o f the Company will
conclu-ion,
your
Board
o
f
Direct-
N. B. Fine watehei repatasd with the great
secure the aid o f Yamhill county in the ponuit.
est ears,
W. K. DOHERTY, M. D.
Tall jo u r n eigh bor to t.iLe the S ldN A L .
The necessary inquiries have been «ns fid cncouraged to stati* th t they
way o f interest upon seventy-five thous-
tf.
YVttt 1i$7 i t
Baa Francisco, Cal
GOODS.
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DRY GOODS.
GROCERIES,
H
HARDW ARE
OAD
and dollars o f the Company’ s bonds,
with every reason to hope for success.
Canvassing for subscriptions o f land
and cash is > still being prosecuted in
Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill
enuuties with encouraging success, and
the plan hitherto pursued will be pros-
ecuted in every county along the line,
In this connection 1 take pleasure in
stating that the Chmpnny has recently
secured the services o f Gen. Coffin in
this business, who has volunteered to
leave his own business for a season to
push the interests o f your Company
with all the energy which characterizes
him.
Negotiation* have beetr commenced
to secure a portion o f the iron aud roll­
ing stock for the fir.»t twenty miles in
San Francicco. The company has se
cured fifteen acres o f land with ample
wharf privileges at the upper end o f
the city o f Portland, for the purposes
o f n depot, besides several adjoining
blocks, making their lands iu the city
o f great value.
The assets o f the Company at present
•are us follows :
Portland Aid Bonds.
$250,000
Washington County Bonds.
50,000
Estimated value of laud sub­
scribed and donated in Wash­
ington, Yamhill und M ultno­
mah.
250,000
Cash subscription in ditto.
37,000
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