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O bserver .
b e m i - w e e k l t
jo u bn
TIIH (».EN Eli A L
l’ O l.K
C O l'N T V , O R E G O N .
F R ID A Y ,
( o r N i Y.
c. C. DOUGHTY,
I the command of his snip, finally rao-
f nopolizod the northwest coast trade, —for ho hath brains.
N atur* its l»iM|>Liyt-tl on
But your conventional hnndsome
end became rich. John K. T hayer is
4 a r, au .I s t r e e t C o r n e r s.
▼ t i t * t 'ir t u r e o f a T r r r i h l , lin t E n l n i n f l -
I u g l y G r a n d S een *.
Ihe only example of a broker Who man of the blu-ber's wlndow-wax-flguro-
I.KSSilN J__ -"Shall we make a trip on
- gun- the street
There is one thing beyond man's 1 iso was a millionaire, and Johu head pattern; with a ]>et lock in tho mid
ear and study human nat-
order _ called -The Rose of
control, and the grandeur of a prairie Welles of a land speculator. There dle of his fofthetld, an apple-sized I load,
It is patterned after the
and a raspberry mustache with six
S E M I -W E E K L Y . -
Per Year. English
\ ’’s- let us ¡yo. They run so sv\»i ftly storm can only be imagined by those sro no lawyers in the above list. In- hairs in it; a pink spot on its cheek,
* i*i in rose L^ajfue.”
that it is like
I ouri.ts complain
.... ........ . that the H«. ir
M “ flying
j ***g through
at sea. Such a storm swept over the have never been so large as to make a anil a little dot of a goatee on its sun-
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRtCTORY lightful calm and quiet of Heidelberir
:° WMh*l‘« ’atii)g! What a moving p * *
,ning little chin; with pretty blinking
ha * «fiven way to noise and manufacG orama of human life is here represent* prairies in August last- The morning lawyer a millionaire, though the Bos
little studs in its shirt-bosom, and a
1 g. HTOFFKKR.
C ounty Judge
etl. Ah! but why do we stop?”
I, w . M( I.K N rll »
nook-tie that looks ns if ho w ouldafaint
. tle' A «»tuiier of tall chim-
i, W. MrHKK, I
“ lo r that woman a block anc
and a half
were it tumbled. I'd iu< lief look at a
Sberi iffl n i s l “ Jure the view from the eastle
The sun still shone, but its rays threw nut in tiie country. Several, however,
r (i. c o a i i .
Clerk grounds, and the fer.-ful foghorn from away who is waving both arms a. the
1 always feel a desire to nip it
Treasurer various tygs disturbs th
\VM E l.l.w
1 ‘B-iver. Now that she has stopped the an altered light, and brought the prai aero then numbered among the rich
up with a |®iir of sugar-tongs, drop it
quiet o f t h e
E. T. HATCH
car she isn’t in so much of a hurry.
Neck It r.
.}■ - poW KI.I I
gently into a I hiw I of cream, and strew
(•; (i, FISHER *.
s lie feels for her purse, rearranges her it cast a darker shadow where shadow s
—The electrician is somewhat slow- •
pink neft. ¿jiHiiis over its little remains.
TH E LAND OF LAKES,
i c'°ak, draws on one of her gloves, and
P R O F E S S IO N A L C A R D S .
Finn!lft ¡j »T aders when soul' mag-
, . in hls conquests in Europe than in
Away toward the horizon the waver
detains twenty passengers for two min-
A n K n g liN lt T n u c l f r ’* I m p r c f l i l o n o f th*
• 'v' question of beauty is 11
I America. Electric lights have but j utes.”
ing glimmer that curtained the meet
JO H N J. D A L V ,
P r o v in c e o f l ln lu n .l,
Tiie person one*loves is
! lately been supplied along Berlin's fa
"8ho must have very important bus
Finland is, in the language of the always handsome, tiie world’s arbitrary
mous street. Under den Linden, and iness?”
more tangible, and a thin black hue
country, Suomesimaa, "the land of rules notwithstanding; therefore when
the young Kiwp ror finds much delight
framed the landscape. Gradually fi
Will prom ptly attend to all legal business en
weird shadows under whi^-h she says cost 43ti. but this worn- grew broader and higher, and as it lakes," and this is really the truth, as you say, "v h ltH U ttlw handsome M s
trusted t«» him .
no less than om*third is under water. Smitli sis» to admire in that stick of .1
tiie lime trees.
0tu thinks she ^tw one like it for #1'.!. overlapped the bright blue sky the
~ KiuK Humbert’s gift t* Emperor She is on her way down town to make | birds flew hurriedly from before it, Much of this is. however, marsh land, Miss Jones?” or "what can pretty Miss
though the lakes Saima, Isxlogu, En- T see in that homely Mr. Johns?" you
W A R R E N T ltlH T T ,
" llliam was unique, being a series of
sure. 1 here—she is on—and wo will and such cattle as were in sight drew ■ are. etc., cover some thousands of square simply talk nonsense, us you generally
models of the r#mains itf the men,
closer together for protection. Gusts
now fly again.”
miles. Tho surface of the country is do talk on such subjects. Still, the par-
women, children and animals in tin*
I of wind that shook the train followed
flat, with a chain of low hills about the ■oifcgeta hls fees, and the census goes on
V A L L A ». Olii'.ffON.
L esson >1.— "Street-car conductor»
tho highest of these Wing the all the same, Fankj/ P<.rn. in th< A. T
Will practice In ull the courts o f tin State*. the well-known sculptor, Signor Achilla
are great students of ¿uuian nature, | er and shorter, and thu frame of black rmmntain "Auvasilksa.”
The coasts L l <!ycr.
Office iu Court House
lioi-si, who has been engaged several are they not?”
was once in awhile illumined with
1 are deeply indented ainf picturesque,
months on the work. These are the
•They a>-o. They can pick out a flashes of summer lightning, which,
.1. II. T O W N S E N D , o
T R A IN
M ANAGEM ENT.
i rst models ever taken of the bodies in man who will take a threo-eont piece as they came nearer, threw heavy with bold granite cliffs standing clear
I out against tiie deep blue sky, and L x n t f r n Mi if 11 tin , T u k f i i f r o m t h o A m e r t
banks of sulphurous-coking clouds in-
for a ten almost at a glance.”
many islands belonging to the Archi
f'tilt * * s t liiu lt ir d C 'o ile .'*
| to bold relief. Still there was no raiti,
- Slaverie is the name of the man
“ Are they often annoyed?"
pelago of Aland dot the surface of its
A train while running must display
i »flier on M ill St. o p p o site Court House, #
who has succeeded to the position of
"\ er^r often, but the company pays and the thunder of the train was all western waters. Inland there are dense two grtfen flags by day and two green
- O ltE VII*. chief banc.it in Bulgaria. He is de
'em for it. it is very annoying when that broke tlio stillness.
1 forests of pine, fir and birch, which have lights by night, one on each side of tiie
For nearly two hours the clouds
scribed us u handsome young fellow, a conductor helps a woman and seven
P H Y S IC IA N S ’ C A R D S .
. a strange and enthralling influence up rear of tlio train.
highly educated and a most eloquent children on and o!T to find that she is maintained the same slow approach,
on tho imagination. Notwithstanding
After sunset, or when obseeured by
N. L. W O O D S, M. I).,
orator. T wo years ago ho was a mem only a wash-woman and can never
their usually somW-r aspect, there are fog or other cause, must display head
und imagine the outstretched lingers of
ber of the Bulgarian Skuptschina, but leave him a legacy.”
innumerable pleasant glades in the ro- light in front and two rod lights in
being detected in “ boodltng” fled to
“ Is a conductor expected to b e a gen some great ghoul to be slowly closing | cesses of these woods, where tho tall rear.
D m general practice In any part of tit«-
in to crush him. So strong did the
the mountains, and now lias a very tleman?”
County, o ffice in W ood’s DrugStiffo.
1 white-stemmed birch and great bould-
Two groen flags by day and two
desirable position as boss of the back
'•( ertainly. Ho is supposed to lift
, ers revised with lichen crop up front green lights by night, displayed in tlio
J. K. L O C K E , M . I>„ • counties.
his hat t»> every lady, wish every pjjs- passengers drew back and shuddered tlio grass and form a |densiint picture; places provided for that purpose on
—An influential paper of Buda- ssnger good-slay, and to indulge in tall at each succeeding gust, while others i besides this tiie lakes have a beauty — the front of 1111 engine, denote that the
Pestii, Hungary, advocates w reform in linen collars, kid gloves and swallow clustered round windows and gazed, I solemn and romantic which can scarce train is followed by another train run
fascinated, at the coming storm. At
Buena Vista, (>regou.
the upper House of that country, mak tailed coats."
ly be found elsewhere, Tho landsca|»e, ning on the same schedule and entitled
last it came. One huge cloud shot out
T. J. L ee .
o . D. B utler .
too, dotted wii’ i numerous windmills, to tlio same timo-tublo rights as thu
from tlio approaching bank, and for a
the eldest son, and kaviag «*• « j*. tfc v each -passenger?”
and the church towers, built apart from train carrying tho signals.
& H I T L E R ,
"To prevent his changing placet
separable from a w < i. n* if — m.
the p aces of worship, present strange
Two white flags by day and two
Fleecy clouds, that looked ghastly
•itii the owners of the lino. But for
English faehioa. itm ■ n— g. i .
! pictures. From these towers the night white lights by night, carried In the
wise- provision of nature ho would
tustic enough mu» A» n -M HU. <•«»
watchmen sound their hornsorplay up saint) manner, denote that tlio train is
Will answer calls from any point in the county.
»mm be seated at tkss cashier's desk. on a funeral pall, till with a crash that on triangles as au alarm of fire. an extra.
Telegraphic com m u n ica tion from M onm outh. and Dukes Wise * « • killing them
,Office up stairs in Opera block.
»Id 00 am * fee cashier would bo on the rear outweighed the roar of tlio train it Often in the dead of night a
A blue flag by day and a blue light
4*I>KPKXI»B\<K. - .
seemed to be rent in two with
money to supywsl •«Mr
great blaze on the horizon will toll of by night, placed on tlio end of a car,
ono streak of lire that turned
M A R K
—The ezt.nl o* W m
some forest fire. These are mainly denotes that car inspectors arc at work
H A Y T E II,
the entire cloud into gold. From
to the carelessness of the peas under or about the car or train and
an antry, and, combined with tliogreatex- must not bo lou p lei to or removed
w * io r put his hands in his pockets that
principal count r i . •*
» l l i l . l t , ■ - OHKUOX.
portutlon of timWr mid its lavish use until the l»lin’ signal is removed.
ing to statiatic« publiWaM Of she l*». aa^wtreteh his legs across the car?”
At Dental parlors d o cs an y k in d o f dental
broken occasionally with a sharper
"tie cause he passes for a genius."
work with neatness »m l dispatch.
for firewood and for building purposes,
partment of Public % .»»«• * I ~»uru fc.
crash, and evx'inpanied by tiie patter
’ ■»lit it looks loaferish."
AN O B S T I N A I t W IT N E S S .
a*’ / a l l n u r w S » c « I m m , J it pin*
mat Itfu' ........ J - 1 ....... '
"It might, in case of a pom mini, Ol mo ti«iu mini
iniiVa.YftfYH S!i«> Y«* x « m I fits* l . i w y c r , l i n t hum «•**«( u r « m
sia, 87; Austria (with.ut Rungary), birt this one is worth (75,000 and any sheet and forked lightning played con
Ml tin«* ill « 'lit I n tlir*
tho country, though cheap, is not al
W m . S avauk , Hanker. | M. M. K li . is , Cashier
32}; Hungary, 28}; Germany, 25};
Lawyers and judges h aveagood deal
tiling he does is credited to eccentrici tinuously. and, while the former turned ways pleasant. Many of tho roads are
' l C T 1 H r I M t i I r Norway, 24}; Servia, 20; R)1 lgium, 19}; ties of genius.’’
the clouds from blackness into light I what would bo described as “ corduroy” to endure from witnesses of a certain
í I t ' V_ 1 L \
D i l l 1 K . Switzerland, 19^ France, 18; Spain, 17;
the lattor seemed to rend them in frag —that is, having rough logs laid across, class, who simply tciV/talkln their own
"He seems half.drunk."
Roumania, 15; (¡recce, 13; Italy, 12;
way, and who seem to have no concep
"So he does. 1 11 the case of a man ments iwid stand out in lines of tiro for over which one’s vehicle butnps
Exchanges bought .and sold on all points.
Holland, 7: Portugal, 5; Denmark, 5; earning two dollars a day ho would seconds at a time.
Special attention paid to collection s.
jumps in a manuor calculated to mako tion of the meaning of thu word
. . . .
OKF.4-OV Great Britain, 4.
At last it passed away and tiie flick tho bones sore for a considerable time "b re v ity .”
seem all drunk, and the conductor
Sm-li witnesses afford a good deal of
; —Social entertainments in England would give him the collar, but money' ering flames that illumined the south after a journey. Tho velocity with
1). T. S t a n l e y , Pres. | J. W. D aw son , ( ’ashler.
are made the subject of the following and genius are big excuses, my b oy." ern horizon seemed like the volley fir which the natives send the carriage amusement to the spectators, if they do
ing of a retreating army; but so great down hills Is also likely to try tiie fret and vex the lawyers.
criticism by an English magazine
"Now, please tell all you know as
writer: "The chief‘performer in draw
M onmouth. Oregon.
L esson IV.— “ Why did the lady give was the expanse of prairie that ttiey nerves of any not to tho manner born.
Does a general hanking business.
Sight ing-rooms is a girl of wild arid unset such a sudden start?"
were never entirely lost sight of, but Most persons posting through Finland quickly and concisely as you can,” said
drafts on New York, San F rancisco ex Portland.
“ Because she realized the fact that again grew more and more vivid until have their own vehicles—wheeled ones a lawyer to a woman of about sixty
Deposits received subject to ch eck or on certifi tled look. Her dress is loud, ber-hais
cates of deposit. C ollection s w ill receive prompt is touched with dye; she plays and the conductor had been holding out his eighty miles further west tho storm
for tiie summer and sledges for tho years, wlio had taken tho witness-stand.
attention, office hours, 8 a. m. to 5. p. m. Half’s
"A ll rigid,’ ’ she replied; “ I'll do that.
crossod the track, moving winter aud they cluingo horses at each
Bur;iar Proof Safe, secured by Vale Time Lock. sings, acts and recites, and is said to hand for two long minutes for her again
northward with diminishing force. stage of about fifteen versts (ten Eng It ain’ t much I know about the case,
make a great deal of money. She is fare.”
• always engaged to a young mummer,
"But didn't she notice him collect ! Slowly us it appeared to move, it had lish miles). Should you have to trust anyhow, for 1 don’t meddle myself with
in five short hours traversed tho half to the post-house for a conveyance you other folkses’ affairs nohow, 1 don’ t,
F R A N K BUTLER,
"Oh, no. It wouldn’t be fashiona I of a ciacle not loss than one hundred are more likely than not condemned to and It’s my opinion------”
niment for her future husband. Like
"W e don’t want your opinion,” inter
the others, he is exceedingly lovely, ble to notice any such thing. Her j miles in diameter, which would give it travel in a cart without springs and a
upward of thirty miles an hard scat with no back to it or an ordi rupted the lawyer.
and everywhere you hear of his loveli mind tins been far, far away, and now a >'iito
Address him at DALLAS. A ll calls prom ptly
"(), don't you? Well, I s’ pose not.
that it has returned she feels in differ hour. — •»r. Omaha /tee.
nary work sledge. 'The charge for post
If you did, I could give it to you mighty
ent placos for her purse—rises up, sits
F O U R D E C A D E S AGO.
down three times, shakes out her
I». W R I G H T ,
pennies (Id English) ]>er verst, and tho quick. I’ m o h o f the&r porstyu that
PA R K E R & FERCUSON,
skirts and unbuttons her cloak, and O n ly S ix teen M illinim lrei« In llo n to n In t h e driver is required by law to tako you nt says what they’ ve got to say right out,
i ... i v 1 M M II.
finally produces a car ticket from her
the rate of ono Swoedlsh or sovon Eng and no beating round tlio hush, or
No longer ago than tho year 1851
lish miles per hour. — Cornhill Mag hemming and hawing over it, uiul it's
l .N . K riiuty Purveyor.
$50,000 made a large estate and $100,-
my honest opinion that——•”
I’lans. sr>ccifioatioiii« Hint estimates furnished
" Ill do work In all part« o f the county, t»
000 made its owner a rich man. Only
“ But I toll yoirwe don’ t want your
prepared to furnia!) all dealred inform ation lu
opinion. We want facts.!’
regard to lauda surveyed, i »Ilice in l>ai?k.
"She did, but if she hadn't gone sixteen residents of Boston in that your
llllK P I A 'i r K l'C E . - - OHKtsOM,
HA 1,1, AM.............................OKK.GOV
"O , yes; I s’ pose likely. W ell, there’ s
through her performance the rest of were millionaires. Tho Appleton fam
us might not have noticed her now hat ily mude three of this number—Nathan W lia t C o n s tltn te * O n e A c c o r d in g t o F a n n y a witness on this stand now who will
Appleton was worth $1,500,000, Sam
#toll you fact*, and nothing but facts.
Fern*« C r itic a l Mind*
uel Appleton, his brother, the samo,
Well In tho first place, there must If tin-re's any thing I do natchully do-
L essi C j V.— "Is the tnau mad?"
and William Appleton, his cousin, be enough of him; or, failing in that — #|)isi>, it’ s a liar. 1 ne^er told a lie in
more. All three began life but, come to think of it, he niusiFt fail all my horn days, anil what's more, [
poor, Samuel with 6J cents. The dry- in that, because there can ho no beauty never expect to; anil it's iny opinion
"W hy is he mad?”
"Because he says he whistled for the goods business and manufactures gave without health, at least according to
car last evening and it didn't stop.”
them fortunes, which they used most my way of thinking. In tho second
"W ill you kindly keep your opinions
‘ •Didn't the dtiver hoar him?"
generously, William appropriating his place, he must have a beard; whiskers to yourself, aud toll us what you actu-
"That's a question. Tho man says entire Income beyond his family ex —if the gods please, but a beard I in »lly know uhout this case?”
he couldn't have been over half a mile penses
to . benevolent
purposes. sist upon, elso ono might as well look
"<>, certainly, to-be-sure! Why,
away, and the night was very still, and John Bryant made a million and at a girl. Ix)t his voice have a dash of that's what I'm here for; ain’t it? It's
he wants it understood that if it hap a half in the Northwest coast Niagara, with tho music of a baby’s mighty little I know about it, and I
pens again he w-ill go to headquarters and China trade. Ebenezor Francis, laugh in it. Lot hi» smile be like tlio earn a good deal less. I'm a person
who also began life poor, made breaking forth of tho sunshine on a thut minds her own business and lot
with his complaint.”
three millions in tho East India trade; spring morning. As to hls figure, it other's alone, and it s my out-and-out
"But he got the next car?"
"No. he didn't, and that's what hurt« John L. Gardner and Thomas Wiggles- should bo strong enough to contend opinion----- ”
him. He was standing on the curb- worth made half that sum in tho same with a man, and slight enough to trem
‘ •Now stop just whore you are,” said
si me, kicking tho heedless driver of way, and Joshua Scarf as much in ble in the presence of tho woman ho the lawyer, sharply. "H aven’ t I told
the other car in imagination, and was West India trade. These wero the loves. Of course, if ho is a well-made you again and again tl.st your opinion
so deeply interested that he let two days of commercial prosperity in Bos man, it follows that he must be grace cuts no figure in the case?”
"W ell, my good land! who said it
cars and a good-looking seamstress ton. Abbot Lawrence, then Minister ful, on the principle that perfect ma
’ pass him without sc-ing them.” —De- ^
Court of St. James, had three chinery always moves harmoniously; iliilT' cried the old lady, innocently.
"I simply said that It was my upin-
millions, and his brother Amos half as therefore you and himself and tho milk
troit Fret Pre.»».
B E S TC R A D E '.O F C O O D S AMD FAIR DEALIMC. IS OUR M O TTO
much and their house was the heaviest pitcher are safe elbow neighbors at the
"Plenee leave tho stand!”
_In Bootle, Eng., the son of a poor American goods house in the country.
And. as she did so, the old lady
All kinds of goods taken in exchange for produce.
woman was stricken with fever. The Thomas H. Perkins, familiarly known
This style of handsome “nan would turned and si.nl. sharply:
¡mother, having no means of buying as "L on g Tom" Perkins, began his
"W ell. I've got my opinion of you,
no more th nk of carrying a cane than
food or medicine for her boy, took a mercantile life In St. Domingo, and
he would use a parasol to keep tho sun any how!” — Uohl< n /hi 1 /. 1 .
quilt off his bed and pawned it, to raise a when driven away by a revolt of the
out of his eyes. • Ho can wear gtovoe,
—The Forth China Herald says the
little money. For this she was pros* •laves came back to Boston, began or warm his hands in his coat pockets,
I Cl)ted under the Public Health Act, trading with China, and acquired as he pleases. Ho can even commit tho Chinaman is peculiarily distinguished
which forbids the removal of clothing a very large fortune. David Sears suicidal-beauty-act cf turning hls out from the European by his absolute
(rom houses infected with fever. The inherited $800,000 from his father, side coat <• »liar up over hls neck of a nem-lessness The Chinaman, it says,
can write all day, work all day, stand
magistrate, being an enlightened and the largest amount ever inherited
stormy day with perfect impunity. The in one |Hmition all day, weave, heat
benevolent man. took a broad view
v ie - of in New England up to that time tailor didn't make him, and as to hls gold, carve ivory, do infinitely tedious
lie case, and let the unfortunate wo- by a single individual.
Robert hatter, if he depended on this hand jobs for ever and ever, and discover no
. d e a l e r in
nan off with a nominal fine.
G. Shaw was called in one of the lead- some man’s patronage of the "latest more signs of weariness and irritation
__ _x m
ing newspapers of that day "the old- spring style," I fear he would die of than If he were a machine. This qual
_ 5 ,(tne ()f the people who advocate t.gt active merchant in his city, as he hope deferred; and yet—by Apollo! ity appears early in life. There are
-remation belong to that class who are i# tj,0 jnogt opulent one." William what a bow he makes, and what an ex no restless, naughty boys in China.
They are nil appallingly good, and
c o n t e n t to await the natural -jturgig was another Capo Cod sailor
pressive adieu he can wave with hls will plisl away in sehiMil without r«-
BURRELL A CO.
A C E N T S FOR KARR,
course of svsnta. —Merchant i r a « « .r |v ha aomfeenoed life poor; he arose to hand I For all this he Is not conceited n*»«es or recreation of any *•* ’
O H E Ö O N .
— ITHLIMHKK OF —
i f o ll;€ -o in t ] i (O liocvvtv
.“ ' „ t
Attorney anil Counselor at [aw.
Atlonifv and Counselor al Law.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Physician and Surgeon.
Physician and Surgeon.
Physicians and Surgeons
POLK C O U N T Y B A N K !
S H E L L E Y & V A N D JJY N ,
General Merchandise. Bed Rock Prices
- Orel on.
M o n m o u th ,
Agricultural Implements and. Farm Machinery.
E . W .
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware
IN I ) E P E N D E N C K ,