Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874, September 03, 1874, Image 2

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' THE INDEPENDENT.
Forest Grove, Sep?-ml>er ft, 1871.
The FarmiTs and tin* Shipper,
The farmers have
been
criticised lately because
unjustly
they have
not supplied the ships now
Portland with wheat.
lying at
Tin* fault, if
there be nuy, lies with the shippers.
Thor came a month too soon for the
farmers to get their wheat to market;
rriiev are now in tho midst of
tlieir
harvest and do not propose to quit
until thov get done. And further-
more they are not in muen of a liur-
ry to pay shippers Ll <s per ton
from Portland to Liverpool when
ship]*en»nro freighting
hum San
Francisco to Liverpool at Co 10s.The
extra cost of slopping direct from
Portland toLiverpool over San Fran­
cisco rates should not he moro than
five shillings, at which price the ex­
porters could make a fair profit and
pay the fanner 1(0 or 03 cents per
bushel for his wheat including sacks.
In San Francisco freights are dull at
.¿3 10s, and shippers will probably
have to reduce to I'd before they get
freight, and not then tinless prices
grow better at Liverpool.
"We should regret it if these ships
should leave Portland without car­
goes, but if they should it will not
l>o the farmers’ fault. The farmers
w ill sell their grain if they can get
a fair price for it, and some will he
compelled to st 11,we are sorry to say,
at uuremunerative rates J ami if these
pliippcr'* will not pay
the fanners
what they ask and go elsewhere it is
their privilege to go and the farmers
previlcge
to hold
their grain till
they wish to sell. I f they lose by it,
it is their own business and if the
shippers lose it is theirs. It is our
(»pinion that the ships now waiting
w ill get cargoes if they will hold on
throe or four weeks; but they will
have to reduce their profits some­
what. Let the shippers and the far­
mers divide the loss equally, on a
fair and candid showing. As a rule
wheat cannot be raised in Oregon'at
a profit for less than $1.00 per bush­
el, which we might call its par value
ln-re,but we su>pect that the farmers
will have to sell fur ten or twenty
cents le>s this year if they soil at all.
W e hope tho farmers will stand bv
each other and not get excited be­
came shippers threaten
t<> leave
without cargoes. On the other hand
if thc\ off0* So or !«> rents it would
be a goo l price for this year. Hut
the farmers must be their own judges
X e h a le m Roads Attain—- the dollar, the Legislature may at
A DASTARDLY ACT.
least refuse to pay the full amount
D O q u i r k R e v ie w e d
for the work already done.
Cornelius Shakes its Smallpox Clothes
OP
Mr. Quick states in last Week’s
W e do not ask any apology for
at Forest Grove— Mean Lying.
Hull'fin that the mountain over taking so milch time with this sub­
which the State road passes doeS ject, for it Is of vital importance to
A t tllE M E M D O U S S A C R IF IC E
August 28th, 1874.
'¿ T I I ll W H I T E H O U S E .”
not exceed
1200 feet above tho this county and especially so to the
E d . INDEPENDENT:— Sir It becomes
Has tho largest assortment of First Class
by
Tualatin Flams. Professor Collier people of
Nelialem
who have my painful duty to inform you that Dry Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods,
has lately mfcasurod the bight of dif­ been robbed of a road which this
Hosiery, & ,
there are four cases of smallpox in
Tu
Portland.
No. 87 First St^Tet,
ferent points oh this road and he ! money might have built into thir val- your town. I got this report from
P o r t la n d . , O r ,
L E W IS & STRAUS.
says that tho summit where the I jey uloug a feasible route, and thus the business inen in Cornelius and T H E “ LAR G B ST JE W E LR Y S fO ltE :I N
road crosses is 1840 feet above these are l0ft shut up in thoir mountain know it must be truo because the
P O R T LA N D .
B
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ENGLISH BANKR U P Ï STOCk.
Plains, or more than a third higher fatnesses, while the people of the business men of your rival
town Dealer In Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and
450 Reversible Ottoman Shawls only $2.-
Silverware.
No. 103 Front Street.
than Mr. Quick says It is.
State have been outrageously swin- could not be so base. as to concoct
SoleAgent 50 Each.
Mr. Quick says (hat the road is died out of several thousand dollars such despicable flies out of whole
for the Cel
passable without snow-shoes, that J py a few men who cared only to got cloth. They tell us that one of Mr.
ebrated
tjiarnond
must be when the
snow is hard. tile money into their own pockets.
Hoxter’s children has it and also one
Spectacles j ENG LISH BANKRUPT STOCK.
Snow falls from two to
four feet
Agent for j 70 Pieces English Waterproof, only One
S la t e A i d f o r t h e P o r t l a n d a n d of tho children of N. E. Goodell. I
American Dollar.
deep and lies on from one to three
see both of the children mentioned
iVatch Co.
U t a h R a i lr o a d .
months nearly every winter onGalo’s
National
playing on the street every day and
Watch Co.
peak west of this place three miles,
to be Howard Watch Co. and Chas. E. Jaeot
A t its last Session the Legislature yet must believe tbo report
ENGL ÍS I f B A N K R tlP T STOCÉ.
and it is four hundred feet lower
Watches. Seth Thomas Clocks.
truo
because
the*
people
of
Cornelius
passed an act granting to the P o rt­
*40
Dozen All Linen Tow obi. One Dollar
r^'Watehes and Jewely repaired and
than the summit of Nchalem moun­
per Doz.
land and Salt Lake Itailroad Com­ persist in circulating the report and Warranted.
tain where the State road crosses.
is attending I All orders sent by Express promptly at-
pany the proceeds resulting from insist that D r. Bailey
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° tended to. Goods Bold at erfe f>rice only
So we feci safe in assertiug that
sales of swamp and overflowed lands i them, and that vou «retryin g to keep ; No plated Jewelry of uuy description sold
the State Road on this mountain is i
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ENG L IS II BA NKR UP T S TOCK.
and from the five per cent, fund o1 ‘ the affair quiet for fear people w ill I «“ this Establishment.
3
<Mi Ps All Linen Crash, only Ten Cents
practically impassable for one-fourth ... . . . .
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FIRST-C I.ASS.
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this State; and granted the right of be afraid to come to town to t rade.
SEWING MACHINES. | per Yard.
of the viar.
way to said Company through State Now this is all ■wrong. You ought
SOLD ON A NEW »LAN. $25 T0$50
lie says that the 1 arker road does ianj a< In the meantime Congress to tell all about it. W e know you
SAVED.
EXTRA
ATTACH
M EN TS for
not touch the State road for sixty ]ias ^ ranted tho Company $8,000 for have got it because the merchants X H a r l a t » tingali kinds of work,FREE. 1 P NG LISH BA NKR I T T H TOC K.
miles. AY hercas, they do not touch j evorv mile of road actually built.
and whisky men of Cornelius say so. RUNNING M an'if'« tare amnnenred in 1873 240 Dez. White C otton Hose, 00c p
Viter St LOGO in Use.
Doz.
at* all,
for neither has
been
And when you get more in your town
Mit. A .J.Dermi, Stute Agent
for 1*. o f II..has made special
built far enough
to touch. Hut I {jie g ^ e shgii pay tho interest on than it will hold conveniently fill a
ufmngements to supply jritm
wlu n they shall be bail they will | tlieir bonds for a period of twenty wagon with tho rottenest cases you
bets with those machines.
E n g l i s h b a n k r u p t s T o e if.
s e W i x j
unite this side of the
thirty mile years, about $30,000 per annum, have in the place, and send them off
NO COMBINATION'
45 Pieces Scotch Tweeds, 75c per yard.
No MONOPOLY!
stake on the railroad purvey. Mr. in lieu of which they proposo to sur­ along the highways through the
M a c h i n e “ The Holne Machine Co*'the j
only one that refused to join I '
Parker’s proposed rotitf follows the render their right to the fivo per most populous portion of the county
jtlie sewing machine ring.
railroad survey. He
carrifcs the cent, fund and swamp land fund. It because you know there is nothing , LATEST
ENGLISH BA NKRUPTSTOCK.
Prices o f all kind of Sewing
¡MachineNeedles
reduced
to
C
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30
Pieces West Of England broadcloth.
mail over the old Military road now. is thought that the proceeds of the like scattering it. Give everybody a
S IM P L E S T cents per dozen. Price List,
He
sftvs Commissioner Beach sales of these lands will pfty this i chance, seems to bo the motto of the
.Circulars,and full particulars
REST
.'sent
toauv address <>napplica­
has built twenty-two miles of read tax. So the State would lose uotli- people of Cornelius. And for their
ENGLISH B A N K R U P T SfÖ CK.
tion. UEO. W. TRAVKR,
on this end! Whereas he lifts only ing by the arrangement, leaving out reckless liberality In the smallpox
(renerai Ao-ut
22 Pieces Ereneb ^ilk, from $1 50 per
'llom eS. M..5». W. cor. Morri-
made
six
miles.
Commissioner of consideration the fact that the matter they will be long remembered
yard.
i*"ii \ 3dsts. Portland, Or. ,
Beach began work, with the excep- tax on this railroad property would by the people of this community.
Yours Ac,
tion of cutting a lew fallen tiees out I of itself pay the interest on the
in the matter.
Obfuscated
East Portland. Aug. 2*. lsyi.
II. B Lr< ►
. Tnuoiior >. Cl. 1 si > kpndk > t .
I >. ,»r Sir J ii Hit id iir o f vonr par* T
EvplannHons of 4ih*c>rre Proverbs' this ¡;|>-
ftY.ti*, “ Too m.tnv cooks sjmi) the broth.
Vonr Explanation a connecting cotton
■ link.projs-rl\ »- m ililii'ht il i*» nin*-fol < 1 !y cco-
n .iu in l We don't see the application.
rUi»si explain in your n< \tis»oc
•'<
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fl.iv. Ruffety,
O.. 1 >. Johnson,
J . It.San born .
II Raff* tv.
and 1“ others.
b i ’xm i m in : “ A connecting cotton
link properly established is nine-
foMedly economical” is tho plain ex-
dlHpatM*n of the obscure proberb- -
“ A stitch in time saves nine,” which
too many cooks in my printing o f­
fice left out. And they also left out
the explanation
of— “ Too
many
Cooks sp<til the broth.
These mis
takes muddled tilings. I leave it to
yrurr imagination, Dave, to give
plain explanation of the “ T od many
rooks1’ proverb. .lust think of old
times and you can lix up a good ex­
planation yourself. Think of those
old frying pans and black pots in the
batch rancho “ over the swalo” when
the district school hoodlums used t»
howl. And don ’t you remember tha
night and llo'tti chickens? \\ hat.'* But
let us try A inqltitudious plurality
o f the gentlemen who manipulate
the culinary department presumably
make a lamentable fiasco vvhen-
we give it up! Let Mart Brown fix it
The
B u sin e ss
Directory
ENGLISH BANKRUPT
STOCK I ! !
Bradley,M arsh & C o
BEEHIVE
t. ft. Matthews, f o p r fe t o r i
T h ^ greatest and beat variety of Gen* rf
Aferchandise is kept in the Bee ffire Store
of any place in the County. H ua Store ha*
always been noted for its variety end it
mhoax/s sKatl Vt not only noted for the extenf
of its variety, but for the
Qualli} of its G^t/i
Home
A’fo nr*
C liE A P jE S S tfi1 ITS PRlifcfc'
I sell for CASH, consequently I have
LO 88 K 8 to make up off of good customers.'
no
ONE MANS' MONEY IS AS GOOD
AS ANOTHER#.
TWO FIRST PREMIUMS
PORTLAND S t a t e 3 P a i r , W 3
of a road already made, three miles bonds. In fact the State would
miles above Quick’s mill, or thirteen have everything to gain by it.
miles from Cornelius, and from that
Direct communication with the
point lie built six miles of road. He Lost a week to C hicago- is a ques-
dr >ve his nineteen mile stake where (¿un no big with importance to Ore-
the road now ends. So the Com- gun tlmt the hare statement ought to
missioners have actually built but convince any fair mind. Ten years
nine miles of road—three at Astoria of inter-Stute communication would
and six at this end of tho route, and .send our population up to three or
lave used up $11»,(Mil) of the $2(1,0(10 four hundred thousand. For proof
appropriated.
Neighbor
Quiek look at other States that Were a
should not try to ring in thirteen howling wilderness when Oregon l*e-
miles of road that were not made by | oau settlement that are now the
H am .
CANDY
The State Grunge of Oregon eom-
raences its first annual session on
Tuesday, the 15th day of September
at Salem, and as it is to he one of
the most important meetings ever to
be held by that Order. The atteii-
tiofi of its members is called to the
importance of all being p resent to
ussist with their experience to shape
th e future course of the Older. Each
member should come forward with
his notes of changes that he may
| deem nGlossary for the good of the
j Order, and each one should eouic
»»<1 aotennined to remain
until the Work is all completed, fix-
inii no particular time for departure,
but to refnuin ami work with pa-
tience until the work is done.
Manufactory
a l is k y
I
j-
always be T H E YERY LCftffcST they cart
be afforded for
EXG L IS II BA NKR l T T S TOC K.
hegle ,
No. 1(»7, First street.
F
w ell
and Medicines, at the New
Dru y Stor* of
rVUSHKU. '
E n g l i s h
Books J . U M & .....
.
S
,Vfic Goods, G ood G ood «, CH EAP GOODS,
220 Dozen All Lf*»en Napkins, One Dollar
t*T Dozen.
ICoVner First and Oak st.Port-
ApOthecafy. land. ( )nf(Ys from the country
¡attended to with care and dis-
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bankruptstock
E n g l is h
ba
N k r u p t
stock .
7«J pt iees I ’ nhleachcd TablcLincn. Thirty-
five Cents per yard-
WI L D
EN G LISII BANKR f T T S IO C K .
K4 poices Bleach'd Table
cents p«-r Yard.
Linen,
Sixty
ENG L IS // R A NKR I T T .S’ TOOK.
120
dozen Iron Frame Hose,
SILL.
I will always keep all the Standard Brands
of Goods srfid, by a strict integrity of pur-'
pose to deaf a* 1 would be dealt by", I now
nviteyou to nif'Store, which I now ¿hristeif
the
por
Doz.
Bee Hive Stoie.
Rem eml
the place.
Old Stand, Fofest Grove.
J N . Cambpi
J. B . M A T T l i K W S /
Forest Grove, fh. Nev. 4th 1873.
n7:U
ENG 7 IS I I HA NEH I T T S V >C K.
<*0 Doz. White &
etu'h.
Eray Corsets, 50H
ENG L IS I I RANK It I T T STOCK.
NEW STORE! JUST OPINED!
75 picct sAll Hoc4 Fine Empress Cloth, 50c
per yard.
ENG L IS II BA N P ll UP TS TOCK.
(i‘2 Ps. All wool French
yard.
Merino, 75c per
I * the new building, corner of Oak and
Elm
Avenue»,
opposite the
Congre
gatidtud church, Forest Grove, Oregon,
A . H llt M A N
ENG LIS H BA NKR I T T S TOCK.
3,300 yards Fancy I> »s s Goods, 25 cent*
has unpacked s. large and welTnelecUd »to»k
per yard.
ot
ENGLISH R A N K R tP T S T O C K .
326 French Felt Skirts.
D È Y GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,'
F ANC Y ARTICLES , Ar.
*<0«iay Riven to tho Company for 1 ^ ¡ICurJ^of Kr.'-1 v< ^ « . 7 si'tom I
' Leather & S h o e ''K iid S s ,
the the improvement and enrichment <»f
t
,lt * J R,c r ncn. ,n V,e
FINDINGS. I No.Hi FRONT STREET.
ENGL ISII BA NKR l T t STOCK.
State road has ten miles of moun- our State? They have complained j ft,;reg of w
(;75 1>ushel8|0r r)2bush-1 ^
u . L
J«»HN A. BECK,
6(H)
English Toilet SPREADS.
tain road that w ill not be settled un- for years because they have been P]s
acre, and his brother raised
til
settled
by an earthquake; I pent up in this Utica without any j 2,300 bushels on 120 acres, or 45
No. 10.5 F kont K trket ,
AND
Special attention given (<> Re-
the roads are about the same length | market hut San Francisco. She \ bushels per acre. Hie land in both j
parim; Watches Clocks and During the Great SALE we will ib e sell
cases had been in cultivation 2 0 1
Jewelry.
(In i ers by Mail or ex­
intersecting at or near
the thirty J hns received the credit of our good
18 Cases Best American Prints,
years,showing that Oregon soil don’t j 1 JEWELER press promptly attended to.
mile stake on the State road route; I productions and wc have goQhe dis soon wear out.
By the Piece, at ftc per yard.
J*.
the railroad and Parker’s rout e has credit of all shipped from the Gol-
Hon. George P. Holman, Agent.! Wholesale and Retail fleaier in Doors. Sasfi,
14 Bales Cabof A,
the easiest grades because it cross-1 den Gate that was bad. Thus by a and Secretary of the Pioneer Oil ’
»nd Blinds, also German, french
By the Piece, at 10% fe r yard,
es the mountain at a pass only 750 double lie we have paid this imperi- Company, states that tho first ship- j
^ j
i w V w " « ' 11!
feet above the Grove and the steep- ous Ciesar tribute for twenty years merit of green tow (for upholstering) j Crysta, sheet Ennmeled Sfained and Cut
Cases Double Width Sheeting(
est grade is only 350 feet in a m ile, Do you still wish to make brick w ill bo made tins week to San Fran- I Glass, (’.lazing done to order a( Snn Fran­
By the pie ;e at 22%c petf yard.
cisco. Forty bales of 500 each will cisco prices, and satisfaction guaranteed,
the last mile
of ascent, while tho without straw' or not? The Govorn-
bo sent, on a contract for one bun-j
Street’ * * " fwH'and, Ogn.
Pairs
Gray Blankets,
mountain on the State road is 1840 ment has stepped in liko a generous dred tons.
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$3 50 per pair.
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H A R D W A R E , IR O N . STELL,
feet above the Grove and there arc mother and given you eight million
Washington county Fair Will be Hubs, Spokes, Rims. Oak, Ash k
two miles of the ascent tlint have a dollars to build this road with and held at Hillsboro, Sept. 28, 20, 30, j H i o l t . o r y P l r i n T r .
45 Pairs 1Í-4 Mission Blankets,
1
N O R T IIL T A TH O M PSO N,
grade of from 700 to 800 feet to the now will you give just one million and Oct. 1, and 2. $5,000
in pre- 1
$5 per Pair.
P o r t l a n d .......................... Oregon.
mile. So Mr. Quick’s statement falls I fur value received. Or will you miums are offered
4-n 11
150 heavy Woolen Comforterst
to the ground.
continue to pay tributo to the jeweled
An Alden-Process Fruit Drving
A Fnbe Report-
$2 75 each.
Now a few words about the route Queen of the Pacific that sits with a Company is talked of at Corvallis.
The report circulated through the proposed by Mr. Parker. It follows financial smile to receive you at the The thing is becoming popular.
GEO. A. TEASE, PBOPllIKTOR
country by parties in Cornelius that the railroad survey to Astoria, which Golden Gate? Do you wish to
S 3 r N. Ô. For the accomhfodati<W 6f
the smallpox is at the Grove is a is of itself sufficient proof that this is quadruple your present population
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lwise falsehood in every particular a tho best possible route for tho State and wealth in the next two decades?
n. W
W. ( r*r>rrw
orner of ( V firs i t anrt 1 Morrison streets our Country Customers we have ptfr
per
I Watcnmaker ^i^Sc^lMAKElirr^VKLEli
3
70
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY
AND
to build its road. Itailroad men are | then aid the Portland and Utah
not apt to run
their mads
over Railroad; or if you desire to lag be­
mountains 2,000 feet above tho sea hind the rest of tho world and slave
when they can find passes that are fo r the rest of the world, just vote i t
down.
only 000 feet.
W e hope our Delegation to the
I t 1ms been our private opinion
Legislature will look tu this matter for a long time that men, especially
at the coming session. They can de­ men of families, could find some­
pend on theso statements because thing more profitable to themselves
they are based on P rof. Collier’s per­ than telling smutty stories and scat­
tering obscene trash amongthe youth
sonal observations. The$4,000 still re­
growing up around them.
maining of the appropriation unused
A “ R efokmku ” in a ridiculous sto-
should be diverted to the building of
of hers calls the power of intui-
the Parker road, as well as all fu­ ry
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ture appropriations for the State tion the “ sixth sense ’.Quite adiscov-
road ought to be expended thereon. ery in mental philosophy truly.These
I f this swindle that the Commission­ “ reformers” are generally profound
ers have perpetrated on tho people of thinkers.
P O R T L A N D OREGON.
TIÍALÍTÍN ACADEMY!
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The next term begins on Wed nesday,
í y j f M / 1 / o j ' J ( 'i i r / / fY / r
September 2d.
Tuition in College and higher Academic
per year................................................$45
P O R T L A N D , OREGON,
In the common branches per year .. .$30 Affords advantages for the thorough and
practical Business Education of young and
middle-aged ineu. Mend for College Paper,
n37 j y ________ D e FRANCE a - W H IT E
Rev. S. H. M ARSH, D. D., rrcaidenf,
and Professor of Intellectual and Moral
W OO DCCCK & INTERNELA,
Philosophy
Rev. HORACE LY M A N , A. M., Profess­
\N holesale and Bothil Dealers in
or of Rheorieand History.
G. H. C O LLIE R . A. M., Professor of the
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ALSO
fam ily GrtfWrlf* and Pravision»,
WHOLESALE AND »ETAT*?.,
Il ARD i t ARE, CROCKEtit ét., è «.
In fact, everything to be found1 h « fin i
class Variety bto*e.
10-4
BOOTft SHOEHOUSE
bald, injurious and malicious lie.
There is not and never
lias been
a
case
of
smallpox
in
Forest, Grove. This lie has been
cireulated for the express purpose
of injuring business men hero and
the College. There is not a case o f
Htnallpox in "Washington county.
Bhatiks of Corn^liuH was the last
case and he is well.
O & m lO L
A s s o r t e d Foreign !
GERMAN am:DonieslicDruys,Chemicals '
j
P
N*w G oods trie constant arriving and
D EU TH SRH E APO TH EKE I
;
d
73 Ps R E A L Welsh Flannels.
the Commissioners. Y\ hen the bill I centres of teeming population and
75. First Street.
for the appropriation for this road I thrivin " industry. Y»’hy is this?
S< hool liceks, Blank Books,
AND
W S M o r e the I.eg b l„tu TO, T. K. \\ l,v is it that" uftor twenty-live
MiseollnnCf/TisBooks, ami n
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i r> t rx ii-
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F u ll L in o
<»melius
promised 1 n»f. ( oilier years of settlement Oregon, so rich
'
OV STA'fTIONKKY
Stationery _AT LOWEST BATES.
that none of the money should l»o in gold, silver, copper, lead, coal,
‘xpended building road in the val- whose resources for tho production
Dr~ J. B PILKINGTON
1‘ rofrisoroflH easts o f the eye
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T
ey hut should he used
to open a of wool, beef, lumber and grain are
An English paper has this to say
untlEur inMt ficalDepartnien?
Vnivt sity of the Wlillamette.
ew road through the mountains. On so great, has been left so far behind ! of our State: ‘England indeed lost
()ffi<*e. Citf- First and Wash­
this express condition the Professor by the new States in the YVest? i a l>cautifu! country when she relin-
ington sts.Makes a specialty of
AND
of Diseases of flieEyeEar.Nose
voted for the bill.
S im jih f been>!#>'. tlm j arr acres*ble, qm»hed O regon,a State nearly as
large as Great Uni ton and Irela n d 1
undTliront,Cross-eyes straight
li e says that $1,000 of the appro­ it'h He Orfjort eaiinot htt reached vilh- combined. The State has unlimited
ened.Artificial eves inserted.
AURIST- S1 lectnlcs prescrined for imper­
priation remains to carry the road to I ovtqrcut i .rpniya ami Ins* o f time. resources, and a climate well adapt­
fect visions.
the Nelialem Valley this fall. The I This is the reason that freezing and ed to Britons,it being rather humid, '
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fact is that there is eleven miles of pest-ridden Kansas 1ms a population though by no means Ibe rain-sodden
country we supposed. I t possesses I W INNER
W
I
1 S O N ,
of road to makeyet before
it will of 373,000 while Oregon,with a mild many attractions for the lal»orer as
S E W IN G 31 \( III V L *
OF THE
T y U s e th e Straight Needle.
reach Nehalem river, and it does not climate and with a greater variety of well as farmer, and is th erefore,
Makes Lockstitch, KnnsLight,
require a very extensive knowledge natural resources, has only 125,000. worthy the attention of those who , High st Prize and will doeitherLight fiillca-
IvyWork without change or ad-
t' figures to see that if it takes $1(5,-
I f the Legislature should refuse to wish to leave their motherland to
AT THK
ijustment, W ing an Improve­
woo fortune abroad.
000 to make nine miles of road that help this company it will consign
ment over all High-PriceJMa-
The channel in the Yaquina R it- ; VIENN A chines.
eleven miles, as bad as that already Oregon to a quarter of a century of
Buy no Machine until you
built, cannot be made with $4,000. isolation and comparative nothing er, near its mouth, has materially; Exposition have examinedthe W ILSCfN—
changed during the year. The mid j
The price is ¡£10 to $20 less
‘ The road will accommodate the ness. There is no prospect o f the
OVER
die channel, which was too shal- !
then others. Needles fo r ail
valley better than any other,and it is Oregon and California road being low to be of any use except for small i
Machines CH EAP. Send for
ALL
Circular and Price List.
the shortest route for a road, and completed fer years and the saino is boats, 1ms entirely filled up, throw- j
A VAIL. Gen l Ag’t,
has the easiest grades” — three as- true of the Northern Pacific. So that ing its water into tho north channel, Competitors lift Third St. Portland Or,
j.
sertions that we have
already dis- J the question when simmered down tho largest and deepest, rendering
U. W A K N E K U O S ,
it still better. Last week the schoon- i *ru!iS ana jManufrtrtuerer and Dealer in
proved: The Parker route w ill ae- | ¡s, this road or nothing.
er Theresa “ beat” up from Newport
commodate more
people than tho I And what do the people say? what i
Oneatta, with her centre-board'
¡SurgicalxDen^al Insfrum'tS
State road because the former runs do the farmers think about it? Are | down, drawing eigeteen feet of wu- Manufactory 1 No. 131 F t RSTjSTREET.
through valley lands with but
one they willing to lose tho $8,000.000of
ter.
1 LEATHER ¡1. A . S T llO W lH lI D G E ’
“ ■«« of . ..... ..
*vin al1
♦led ui» in a few years, whereas
All will fare alike in priiA*, which shilf
ENG L IK I I BANKR ÜP f S fOCK.
Largest Manufactory north
2,220 yards. Black Alpacas, ftôm 25c-
of San Francisco.
Afullassortmento^SnyarToys, (
U’ ornncopias, U’axCaudlcsy tc, \
for the Hoiidavs.
OREGON.
STORE
Mv good« were selected expressly (ot thir
market and I «hall alwaya keep up a full'
assortment making
F a s h i o n a b l e c l o t h i n g
a prominent feature in my «tore. My good«
are all neir, my salesroom large and weil-
liglded, ahd my
P R tC t!»L O W as the LOWEST
Chased LARGE STOCKS of
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, &C.
— A L L O F W H IC H —
W e will sell at Cost.
To my loftier customer« and all in thir
vicinity*the invitation iato “comeand * * «-"
We like to show good» vrhetheryoo parchase
or not/
FACULTY
Tur. "Plymouth church Investiga­
ting Committee have made their re­
port and exonerate Beecher of crimi­
Natural Science«.
nality. W e w ish that we wei’o o f the
I J. W. MARSH, A. M. Professor of Lati
and (irppK
same opinion. Mrs. Tilton's con­
J. D. ROBB, A. M ., Principal o i ttxe
fession of guilt vill stick
in our
A M i^ M A R Y A.RO BINSO N, Preceptress,
throat. W e want to seo the case
R ev . TH O M AS CONDON, A, M., Lectur-
thoroughly sifted in
the courts.
er on Geology.
Arguments wont dojthoy may satisfy this State through the manipulation
----
Tiro Indians on the Grande Roude
Mias 0 . A. H A S K E LL. Teacher of In-
of
T.
R.
Cornelius
who
bought
up
Agency have raised about 20’000 strumeatal and Vocal Music.
the Comni'ttee hut tho people must
busdels of grain this y
u33:tf
most
of
the
bonds
at
thirty
cents
on
have the evidence.
alin GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
W ’ Cor- FIRt>1 and Y A M H IL L Streets.
j 1 , o r t l » n t lv...............................O r e g o n
j £ ^ A L IF O R N IA
F R U IT S RECEIVED
I
direct per steamers. Country orders
i
I
filled.
Cash paid for Country Produce
~
n!2-ly
V ^ T E feel it would be an outrage to
" the intelligence of the public to
comment on THESE price*- tntere»ted
Ífigheít Äarket PrÍ6ff paid! ito Butter
parties may “ pooh! pooh!” and w y we
and Bfga
cannot afford to »ell »o che«p, but we
pledge ourselves to produce every arti­
cle at the price advertised-
BRADLEY, MARSH A CO,,
G en eral Importers,
Corner First and Stark Street«.
A. IIINMA.M
íoreríGiOv Or. N ot . 7, 1873
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