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" ' Tlie U!i.li rltftil will stti-ml lo, anil r llfv to all liiKiwx" .rlliii 1 Hi" ",,r"' fi.rrln" "" '"' "'' il ' "" rHiilintii.l. flH..niHl aavMiitmrex. tit ti il Ni l r, t(l)le r Bwilwii. iWij'l .tamp r..r nriy k'iT: t ' 1 ' THVVAITES, Tho Thotosrapbcr, CADINET8. :230 1'EUPoZKN lCARl3,;j. 1100 JPEIl bOXKNr 167 nd ICO, Firl Hlrtt, rurtlniul Or. FIRST CLASS IN KVEkV RE8PKCT. St. Charles Hotel, C. W. KNOWW: Vwtfr. Cum f htti u4 Irriii trcli,rllii,trtffii D. J. SWITZKK, HT. llr.l.KNS, .... . OIIKliO.f, AGENT 4 FOR- State Insurance Go. OF-t- SALEM, 7 OREGON. IIO TO JOHN A BECK, Watchmaker aud Jewch-r, Elegant Jewelry. Tb Kiiml Awntrlmriil itt Vloln", ( lih k tta& Jewetry ot ail I.H i.fiilui. nrroHiTK tii k kmiu.n i, i-ou n. a n d. J. H. LEEZER, I'niprit'lor St. Helens Meat Market Ffmhanrt Hallml MesU, haiijf, ti.li and r(rtaW Mfala by wbul-al al hi 1 il r .Ur. Knp'RM waoitii run all l-arU til lowo, nil chan 'aaunaU. J.G.WA1TS&(X). l)t'ukr in 1)UY OOODrt, (lllOCKKIKH, lUROWAItK, TINWAUK, BOOTH, . ami HtlOKH, KT'. Ccuetiy- Produce Handlod. Wtt. faicK. J AH, IlllLBKN. PRICE & HOLDI-N, Wagcn and Bfacksmitb Shop. KAIXIKK, OKKCO.V. Wi nrl.li lei iiiiiirmw on tlin mlml t'l aUilJlw ll.ul mm flLlCM M MlMH'lnllV I.I ItklttT .liarixfiiiiiR ami norm ln-mg tn( art rn- parM W w urn. -vim wir. A. H, BLAKE3LY, Jk-rrirlftr ol Oriental : Hotel. 8T. 1IKLKNH, (iUK(J(JN. Tii timiw lin 1"" fully nfiirnhliiil IhronRli'iill niw Ilia IHni hi nrvoiu nnHiiHoii will Ixt nlvi'H. - CHARQE9 REASONABLE. MTAflK run In futinwtina with Ui HMali'Oiina,-lnir Willi ilia Norlli-1 rn la4M liiiilfwl 1 Millim. Ht.we fof Timiia Iruiii" Hi V. fur formum ImllJ nt yii. 5 X . BLACKSMITH AND HOUSE HHOEK. BKI'AIKIJfU jwniplly '"il IK'Blly DOJIK. CMTHKANIK. UltEUON. THE IIODEL SALOON. I. S. tXOMXGEIf. J'roji'r. ST. HKLEJiS, - . OIH&IOX. CJipjpg Wines. . , liHL'crs end pisrsi E:cr S Cts, OQON NEW8. ; . Nowimrt in IwRtnnlng to rival utliiT Orvgiiit town ua n iiuiiinior rcnart. rortliuid buloimm aro buying a Kreat ilual of luultois from aln)t Tho Utillet. .. .A rprtlaml purHcliutu jumpr U giving oxhiliiliuns . mid maklii( iiiDiiity in the interior. Mr. mul Mm. Jack Dmnitfloy ci'lo brulvil tlioir wotxlon winkling in Kiwt Portluml on July 27lh. , . The HucouJ Ki pinion t bund of Saliim hat beon engnpi to fnrniiih imiMO al Uio coining toU) fulr. ' Willfiniutto valley id lHtit)glliMKl.;l with Eutitorn Ort-Km horuli. ontl It in ulnmat liiHMHwiiilu to mill tlnun, An KuHtorn syiidiunUj ' pruiiiH'H loiiluiitan oruhitni uf 27UO ticn-a Miiowbora In tho Willumctla vnll". lU'iMirtM from 11m (iruiiil country ru tmuourngiiig. I'.viry cl'rtmi) uf iltCfr MIII108 UIHClUHva IlillulfuU of gold. AnothiT uxtviiHioii lo tlm ulritt't- cur lino t Corvullin will likely Ik built thia fall, to run to tho itari- cnlturnl collogo. Ijoiitoif tonnly it only it trillo over t.'iO.UK) in ilobt, ni there i n de)iiiUi)tittx m nrly largo t'limigh U) wikj out tiial.,, A mining doal that nrouii' much for Cornueo)in, Union county, i on tho tap) and Involve the Forvnt Quduii group of miiu-a, Tim rniinory HI ftnloni ia runnliiu night and day ami la turning out twitiity-fuur cun of vw:tablt! ovcry luinuto of tho twunty foiir hours. John H. Vlnaon baa "dlavovervd an oil wull on hi laoo near Nolin, and fvory furmer in tho vicinity ia now punching fur oil. An oil Lhkhii ia cxiMX-tt'd. Itiireliira aro thick in tho vioinilv of I'midluton. Nuniuroua rciMri of mhlwrlca aro coming in. Tho dcprvdatlona are (rtauiimbty by trani. An effort ia boing iniulo to retire tho location at Oregon City of a blcyclo factory. Tlw comimuy coimidorlng localing in thia UU will coioo from lindon. New ia rcceivwl from tho H;in- tin in country of rich dovtlopitivnta in thn proiorly of tho Clihl Mount' in A' Dry (iiilch Conipany. Much iiitcrcnt ha lioon arouwxl. Jiinpor Criblro, ngi-d forty-flvo yciirn, mul a unlive or tlnsi ht.itc, died at hi- homo nosr Huio. Tho dwvanetl w a pioneer rcKidcnt of l.inn count ami Iiiwl a la run circlo of friond. Itia aald that ninco tho Uowcim troatlo was burned, involving a loxi tho Union Pacific Company of IK).aixty watchman have boon nut on tho rou4 Uitwet'ii TrouUiale and riio Diilloa. Tho diacovory hna In en imido at linker City of n band of youthful brigiuulii, none Iwca than 13 year old. Their cat ho waa altio dincov orc and a wagon load of plunder, the result of lliuir ruhlicrioa, recovered. . II. C. iouriton A Co., who aro tltiliing with a aoine opiMwlto Crato'a Point on tho Columbia, are catching an avnrngo of almul KMX) iiounds of Huh a dy. 'One' day inat week they caught HUM) ixiundn, tho best day of tho houhuii, Dr. Ik'ckcr, of the Iowa ntnio Inmrd of health, wont through tho Orison aayluin for tho Iiihuiio nml kukI ho could discover no dcfcctH in tho prcauut ailuunitttration 01 that iuBtltutiou. It ia as good aa aHyluma in his alato. T. II. Wulah, auiwrlutondoiit of tho jmrtnge railway, now building at tho CaacuMUH, nay that work ia irocrcHBliig favorniily. iracklay- tog baa now comuiuiioiid and tho road will probably bo ready for operation in ubout six weeka. On tho 25th of July the drat Hhip- mcnt of wheat for thia aoaaon reached Portland ; from Walla Walla, coiiBialiiig of ' nacka. It waa bought at Walla Walla for xixty-thrco centa icr buwhe nod, ia worth one dollar iwr mwo at l oit- laud. The citlxens of John I)ay and tho valley adjacent to the city, have aubscribud upwards of $4000 to be expended in a full ant of roller proccoa machinery tor , tho mm at that place. The mill liaa run; for yearn with only n.4urr, but the aujHjfiority of roller process flour which was brought In from outside aectiouft, worked a harclnhip on the owners of the John Day enterpriae, and for the past year its ncjh)iiery has been qa... .". ' An octopus cir dovil-fMi wbb an object of pinch curiosity tho other dny at Astoria. It was tigni ten tacles or arm, eiioh about ix feet long, extending from a consul mouth, i ho arms are covered with rows of discs, suckers to nlh r" to whu lever t!i''V uvo thrown around. It i,i a f ; ' i cp'fit'iri', "i s t 'n ' si i ! 'WASHINGTON NEVS, Tho Wyooouhce cannery will use the catch of U0O ilshonuon this summer, " Tho Iron j!!4 or blast furnaoe near Ktlensburgh will soon be completed. s . . Work on tho nail factory at Port (lurtlinor is already started. Aluo on a paper mill. Another coal discovery has been made near Whataom on the north fork of tho Nooksaek. An encampment of tho troops at Fort Kherman, will probably be held alHpokane this full. Farmers living on White Bluff prurlo, somo distance from Hpukane, aro putting out (olaon for squirrels. Andrew Hcbultheia, who livea about Uriiontown, wus thrown from bis wagon and died from hia inju ries. . - Ot li'i arreala in Walla Walla during tho year ending Juno 30th, thirty of tlmin were tor drunken, iiens. ; . - ' There aro now over 700 jkisI o 11 Ices in tho atato of Washington, and yet the people are clamoring for more. ' The athletic club at Hnokano Is nourishing. Two llniah flgliU will j tuko plai'o before it within tho next' mx weeks. - The goverumant telegraph line to run from Port Angeles to Tatoosh inland is rapidly . approaching completion It is reckoned that the Pnlouxo country will this year raise enough grain to (ill 13,000 tralnloads of fifteen cars each. It is reported that paasonger rates between New Whatcom and Tacoma have been ralaed on all the bouU siive the Wasco. CSeuernl Rants, the new depart- iiienl commander, assumed com-Van- mand of the department at couver, Wash , July 25lh. An artesian well of pure water has been struck at Ocosla at a depth of ninety feet on the flats, where salt water (Iowa all day. The ladies of Olympia Are taking a baud in the Huuday observance movement and have applied to the mayor urging him to enforce the law. . Farmers' alliance men of Western Washington propose to push that organisation vigorously, and will hold a meeting at Whatcom on the loth of next month, Tho new church built by (Seorge Washington, a wealthy ,' colored resident of Centralis, is about com ideted. It will be dedicated at the Soeotid Itaptist churuh of Centralis. The Stmke River Fruit Growers' Association baa just shipped A car load of fruit to Chicago consisting of peaches, pears, jilnnls and apricots. It came ; frqia near uwawi. ' t , - The Palouae Amateur llaaeltall IeaKtie, consistiiis of Colfax, Pal- ouse City, Farmlngton and Tckoo, organized at Farmlngton last week, and a schedule of twenty-two games was arranged. " Judce Kellogg states that natural gas was struck in two wells in Happy valley last, winter at a depth of 100 feet Tlu water waa salt, and the holes tilled up. There was just enough gas to burn. The blasting of rook at Carroll's Point, on tho Columbia, Juia lieeii completed. It took fifty men eight moot lis to accomplish tho worr. C0XXJ cubic yards of rock were removed from the Northern Pacific's right of way. ; Three of Walla Walla's officials were bom in Walla WallaH. A. Huyivolds, councilman Third ward; W. T. Dovell, attornoy, and lw W. Louhr, surveyor. The city of Walla Walla will bo thirty years old Jan uary 11, 1802. . . . Titers ia a prosiiect of a great hop growing company being formed to operate In 'Yakima county. The projectors are foreign capiiauats, who aro investigating the advant ages offered by Yakima, and look ing up virgin land suitable for this purpose. Irrigation Is doing wonders iu Yakima county.. One resident of tho valley says that the value of his fruit land; has boon immensely Increased by tho application of water. It waa formerly dry and almost worthless, but now yields M00 per acre annually, About a dozen ladioa of Anaeor tes hayo formed a bathing club and every evening at high tide, with their blue bathing suits, thoy thrash around in tho warm water of Fidalgn bay trying to learn how to swim. Two bathing houses have been erected on tho beach. The lumber Industry on Iu'''t 80111X1 irt li b V t f 'I! , FARM AND GABDEN. HOWINfl IILTKWHKAT. Huck wheat la the latest of the graina to be sown. It inaturos niiloklyi and should It -be sown when spring graina are, or even at com or potato planting time, it would blossom during tho hottest weather, and then could not till well. Hawing too late exposes it to tho danger from frosts, thougli for number of years full fronts have done little damage to this crop. A mora important point thnn'anythlug else Is to Imvo the grass coino un quickly and make an even stand. One-half bushel of peed tier tore la thick enough, and if rich ground one peek la enough, as it spreads and fi'ls best when not crowded for room. It is much more often sown too thickly than otherwise 1'1,1'MS foil flioCIT. Tlioso who have been longest engaged in plum growing say that it is the most profitable fruit grown. The fact that curculio destroys the crop of those who do not give it care makes it all tho moro profitable. If there were curculio every year, the careful- plum grower would ask nothing holler.. The glut in tho plum market occurs usually when the curculio fails to put in his appearand--,' ami plums are grown by the careless and thorough culti vator alike, ' Iow price?, paying very little io the grower, show what the plum business might be every year if the curculio did not make plum growing a buainess requiring skill rather . than dceiideut on chance. 1-I.AKT STUAWllKaRIKS KARI.V, There is no need to allow the new plant on strawberry runners to attain large growth In-fore trans planting it. lu fact, the smaller the set tho surer it is to live, and the quicker it will begin to develop fruit buds for another year. The early set strawberries require a good deal more work to keep them free from runners, but they will repay extra trouble. Growing new run ners dimiiiixhea the powers of the plant to produce fruit buds. Instead, therefore, of planting in rows and allowing the plants to run into a mat, more fruit will lie produced if the plants ure act closer togcthnr and forced to spread out by keeping the runners cut off. IttVI.VU IS WtT KIT 11 Kit. It would seem that with faclities for cutting crnss oyf and getting it int.) cooks it ought" lie more easy to preserve it in "good order than in the olden times of scythes and hand rakes. We sua iHict, however, that so much more hay is now cut than foimerly that thu diftlculty of curing iu wet weather is little diminixh'.til, One modern appliance should, however, be in every hay farmer's possession, and that is a sufficont number of hay caps to put under cover all the hay likely to bo in the field at one time. In cock and under cover the hay cah be left a week without danger of injury. . I (it IIAIII.KV WIHI.K liUKKM. One of the secrets of hurley grow ing is to cut it before tho straw turns whito, A little white at tho uptwr part is enough. All the sap that will ever como to the berry is then in the plant, and separating if from tho root appears to concen trate It there where most needed, Harly-eut barley is al) less likely to tu in than that allowed to become dead ri, as well as being generally heavier. An even stand of barloy is therefore very important. Ports of the field manured more heavily ripen earlier, and unevenness in ripening makes it hard to get a uniform sample of grain. r IIKKSK RXIt)BT AND IMI'OUTS. The amount of cheese imported by the combined countries of Europe is about 480,000,000 pounds, and of this England takes over 300,000,000 pounds, or 70 per cent, of tho whole. Franco imports 6;i,OQO,000 pounds and Germany imports about 40,000 000 pounds. Kngland makea a lore quantity of cheese, but cats it notidy all and exports almut 4,000, 000 pounds, Germany exports over 40,000,000 pounds and France between 10,000,000 end : 18,000,000 pounds. '"-Hwitaerhoid sends awav 8(1,000,000 pounds and Holland lia,000,(KK) pounds.: - WOHK POH KAUtY DAYS. It is so often necessary to .work over hours in pleasant weather that when a rainy day comes in summer the farmer may profitably tluvoto it partly lo intellectual improvement. Jin can at least then tuko time to ehlimiile Ciili ful'y y h it !n .wis to be dorm ii rid 1)1; in us to!i'"'be.st W.iv I'M ,i GENERAL NEWS. . Prince Henry, of Prussia, brother to Kmperor William, la visiting in JCngland. Prince Bismarck sud hit wife are at Kissingnn. Princess Bismarck is seriously ill. The Philadelphia weavers, who lately wont out on a strike, have returned to work. Chairman Quay and Treasurer Dudley, of the republican national committee, have resigned. . Mrs. Mark Ilonhini-Searlo died at hor home in I.awcrnce, Mass., July 2Clh, aged seventy-one years. Mexico protest against the pro poned colonisation of negroes from Mississippi and Tennesaee in BonnrA. The illness of Do in Pedro, of Braxil, baa been much exaggerated, and all possible cause for alarm has now subsided. Two excursion trains collided near Paris, France, on July 2Glb and fifty persona were killed And aa many moro injured. The king of lUly takes great intcreat in athletics. He la never happier than when diatributing medals ami badges to the winners of sthlcUo contest. Claudio Viduna. has been elected president of Chili end will assume tho duties of his ollice on the 18th of Hcptetnber. It ia wssible a change in presidents will restore peace iu Chili. ' George Francis Train, the globe I rotter, i off on another tour around the world. This time he goes to advertise the world's fairand himself. And of course at some one's else expense. Twenty-six Russian army officers have been arrested at St Peters burg connected with a conspiracy to kill the cxar. In making the arrests a battle took place in which seven nihilists wote killed. W. P. Cnoclloia. of Ohio. Presi dent; U.J. Price, of Wisconsin, vice president, and J. M. rage, of Hit- noie, recording secretary, were elected by the editorial convention recently held in St. Paul, Minne sota. - An intimate friend of Baron Fava says that thn New Orleans affair is to he nettled by congress passing a bill providing for the payment of 1000 to each of the families of tho Italians who were citixens of this country when they were lynched. -'"',s ve steps are being taken end ngements made to have a jreunioii of tho pioneers of 18G2 G.1, i held in John May city on the Stinky of June, 1891 to celebrate the thirtieth annivernary of the dis covery of gold in that mining district. The Itilian government Is taking harsh measures for the suppression of anarchism wherever found. Fifteen anarchists have been arrested at Facusa, and A wholesale raid on all haunts of anarchists in Rome ia aoid to be in preparation. All of the important trunk lines in tho United Hlatea have agreed to transport exhibits to the world'a fair at half the usual rates. This reduction is made by the different traffic associations. . It applies, to every class of exhibits except fancy horsea, cattle and Other high priced animals,. s. ,:v',;v uv-., yy The first heavy ordnance twelve inch rifled gun, designed for coast defence and made In New York has just been fired, at Bandy Hook for the first time with a satisfactory result. With 250 pounds of powder it ex tolled a 2000 pound shot five miles. The gun will use 440 pounds of powder and throw a 2000 pound shot twelve miles. The general auxiliary committee of the world's fair on agricultural congresses has issued an address lo the agriculturists of the country. This Auxiliary congress will include Mpresenativcs of farmers' organisa tions, agricultural colleges and state boards of agriculture. The sub jects to be considered embrace every brand! of farm life The local com mittee wilt be assisted la its work by a largo advisory: board to- be selected from various countries. Engineer Jack Rooheford was run over and killed by hia own engine in tunnel fourteen in tho Siskiyou mountains on July ' 2SHh. -Two engines aro required to pull the trains up tho steep grade. Jack's engine was ahead ana whilo in the tunuel tho coupling between twit. cars broke, causing a stoppage of tho train. While the trjun stood Still thu smoko from the second cnidno blow into tho cab of Jack's engi'it), Biirton.'iting him and Jiis fireman, and when tho train backed out of tho. tunnel both men. were ntitiMid. Hearth found them where i'.o tr.iiu f.:-s.t bU ; , i i i th tunnel. I'.nlli men st;irt)d lo climb out of if" d! 11. ,u I. 1 l iVMilJUf&Ma i ., J A. raonees, raorr, arc Wusat-Walla Walla, L30i 11.40 aa tal. V-sHay, ruwa.QaoUi BUadard, ft.SSj Walls Walla, li.CO mt bami. OATS-Qnotai 4V M pat kaibal. 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Dry Hide. prima, SiCDo, a Uaa for ealUi A""". ler 55 ataetad. aver 55 poaada. 4ot neaada. 3.1 Hhaee Palla. abort weoL 90oi aaediaat, y80os loaf, 90J1.2J rtraarliaaa, 10mwi Tallow, bom to cailaa. 33A per poaad. Wool-Qaatei . Witlaaaatto Vallry, 17 19ei Keatera Orafoa, 10r16(4 par poaad. acoordiag to aoadittoaa aad aarmkafa. lloni'-noewaal. VM.! TOO par p- I, Naiui Kaa qaototioaei Iraa. LJ.W1 Steal, 12.85) Wire, 13.40 par baj. Bhot Vootat I.J5 per auk. tout Oil. Vootei Sl.W par i COAST N0TE3. Tho Vancouver ferry has been throuonhly overhalled and retired and has been placed on her route. The 0ld Fellows' Hall Assoc! lion, of Atbina, will erect a bull lr with lodge room, costing I2O,C0Jl Dr. Harry Iane has turned over the luperintendency of the Oregon insane asylum to hi successor, Dr. Rowland. Chief Justice Miller, of the United StAtee supreme court, has been taking a trip over tho Northwest during the past few days, - The new Union , Pacific steamer " Victorian,' just completed at Portland, haa arrived on Put sound and wilt at once commence running on hor route lxtween Sound ciliea and Victoria, B. C. Lumbermen At the mill at Cen tralia eay there ia a good demand for higher grades of ?VVaablr-n lumber, which can be ao! Ji m Nebraska, Iowa and Illinois in cot potion with the Wisconsin pro-!u' t. There ?. a severe state law purJ,.!i ing persons who are cruel to cluir.lv beasts. Treat your dumb anlm&!a kindly as you would w5i.li to be treated and the state will have nu cause tor notion aitnat you ir violation of law." . Bucoda citixens are taking stfd to have the Port Townseiwl f )u. em road extended to tV . Should they succeed the r 1 n of great benefit to the- , -them in direct eommu ' the shipping of tho So' Conductor Sr'han Co- h ' ' hia leg broken in. the I ; ?. train wreck, hns b ! 5 i J wearisome siege, but ! ' ittg. The plaster . , . -u Sf Lis !", and ti. 1 ' "'- sician finds that t! i '. f 5 .1 i DAVIES, 71:3 Phctcjraphcr, 'it I mi-! T.r.l'.r Hlirf In. b t n.i' r f i 2? 1 ' i ovs '0'