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OP x TH WEST NT E
ANACORTES JULY 1884
Tl.te Table.
(fjen' ti >)rf i f Ibo I'niloil Sti't. n Cmt fmi
I, r tl.lp limber, cimulrte, Corm-teil wt-okiy.)
Hl' - - H WATFR. | LOW WaTKR.
■t*. j Time | ? j linn- j ? | Tinio | \ j Time j %
July S I ‘t O j 8 I A.OOt IHi H.Ol* | -It i K Ht| il
- II I 1.08 H 5441 9 H ;t(i |-I i n-ll ( 7
•< 7 I I ;*s ( H I 4.-20 9] 909 -I ! KMifi | 7
•• HI 2.<*7 (H I 0,48 »| 9.40 | -‘2 1 10.Ml 7
•• 9 1 2.1« |h j 7.09 | 9 10.1-1 1-2 111 99 I 7
101 3.11 8 j 7.21 I 9,10(11 -1 ! .1 .
41 111 408 )« I 7.99 |9| 0.17 | fi 11.2H* [.6
To get the tide »t Wnati-om fi-nro thirly nilnnlof.
titor; ScniUbmoo. nlxty min-iti-n Inter, mul l-n'-mi
tier nearly tw > hinirn l»ler. Pho bourn between
piiitnisht mid mon ar« ileKluimteii tty * (a.m.). Ilui«e
between noun mid 'nidnlalit by t. (p m.) Ob. O lni.
*. denotes Hililiiiuht, Oh. Khn. t. dem-ti-i. noon,
HKir.r ni:xri«n.
New potatoes are plenty at $1.50
per bushel.
She was a dear girl to the y ung
man. She cost him his last, dollar
lor ice cream.
Mr. Powell, of Hidalgo island, will
sts l l a tannery this tail, for dress
ing tirs and deer sk.ns.
The new brewer} - on Hellingbmr.
J{;»y has commenced the manuh c
lure of beer.
Davi I Slosson. a native of Ver
mont, died at 1/uonnei last Tues
day, aged 73 years.
A ferry has been ostal lished
across the north fork of the Skagit
at J. Hcesners.
'l lie VV. (’. T. IT of KidalgO. will
not hold another meeting, till the
time of its anniversary, on July 31 at.
JSS4.
The Bellingham May Hand as>lst
ci the choir at (he dedication of the
Congregational ehureh at \\ iialeotn
last Sunday.
The picnic at Doceplb n Pass on
tho fourth wiih a pleasant affair.
The company wore saluted l»y tdx
Masts ol’llic whistle from the Wash
ington, as she passed by.
Eighty dollars wore allowo 1 to
Richard Hall l»y the road coinnihtcu
nppo.ntc l to estimate the damages
resulting from laying the road
across his land.
Messrs Smith and Farrar of the
Arlington Hole), Seattle, have fail
ed. The hotel is running under the
management of the steward for the
bent tit of the creditors.
Mamma trying to persuade little
Johnnie to go to bod at dark said,
that chickens went to roost at sun
ft
set. “Yes,” ho replied, “but the
old hens and roosters always go
with them.”
About 400 acres have been dyi-ted
and brought under cultivation in
tho Swinomiih Indian reservation
on Fidalgo Island within tho last
three yeais. This work has been
wholly acomplishod by tho labor
of the Indians.
The friends and neighbors of John
J. Edens, of Guemes island, collected
at that gentleman’s residence, lust-
Sunday, to celebrate his birthday
An elegant dinner was served by
Mrs. Edens, who excels io the cu
inary art, and tho day was agree
ably spent by all present.
Asa result of tho jam meeting
held at Skagit City last Saturday,
active measures were adopted to
effect the removal of the jam before
any more serious damages result
from it. Subscription papers have
been started to orcato a fund, and
another meeting has been appoint
ed to meet at tbe same place on
Saturday tbs 12th of July.
The fourth was celebrated at East
Sound by a general turnout of the
Islanders. Jumping, climbing, foot,
sack, horse, and boat racing, were
entered into with enthusiasm, and
dancing commenced at 5 o’clock in
the evening, and was kept up till
6 o’clock next morning. Over a
cje:’kkal news
The ladies of Tucomi hive pell -
lioiied the city council lu cniorcc
I ite laws prohibiting dis:cpulablc.
disorderly and gao'.ng LoutcS.
Joan 11 Kincaid of Nevada, a toi
nur resident of Alaska, has teen
nominated by flic president, (o
governor of that Territory.
1 aroma has loon constituted at
international money o tier office,
which will enable a person to traits
tail money l<> ary t»t' the connirits
with which the United Stales gov-*
ernrtienl litis postal treaties.
Tin' rn'dsuntnuT edition of llie
Seattle Evening Hi raid published
on i In* 4th of July, is a marvel of
joun aliKiic* enterprise. Jt contains
lull pages of eight columns each, mml
-iv»b foiiy Mix columns of t h scly
printed matter, besides thirty' loin
columns of advertisements, >e«ree*
ly less interesting to persoi hmlu ly
ii,jr the business resources ot tic
country. Tlie article on I lie re*
b u ocof V asli listen Territory s
alone worth I l»e price of sit I scrip*
lion for 1.1.e w licit- ye ar.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR.
Da. Likeknik recommends soap-
Bails, made of any soap on hand, to
spread over burned surfaces. Their ac
tion in relieving p;dn and reducing in
flammation is due to the presence of the
alkali, and they possess, lie thinks, evi
dent advantages over powdering with
bicarbonate of soda.
Eons on Toart. — For this n perfeotly
fn'Rh egg is necessary; put u pan ha f
full of hot water ou the itov*-, break
vour egg carefully in it, cov r, and put
W-k on the stove till the white in firm.
Take out of the pan with a skimmer,
ai d slide into a howl of hot water while
you miike ami butt r your toa*h
Take u|> the egg carefully on a perfor
ated skimmer, shake dry, trim otV nny
ragged edges, and serve innuediat !y ou
the toast. Sprinkle a little suit and
pejn er on the egg. If t! is is well and
m ath done it i> oppetui g 1* r a sieK
ponton.
!>»•, Frias L. Os'vm.d makes an ela
qaent plei, man unicK- published in tho
t*opul<ir S<■irure, Month y, fur the ad-
Taiitiigtw of physical exercise as a pro*
ventive o 1 an I l ure for I odi’y ailniPiiK
Ho urg< s it as the proper remedy, cur
ing the ayn ptoms by r< moving the
o also, for some of the boat ttiag vices
youth, which lie as -ribe* to an exe ss of
potential energy 1 r which « ar sedentary
mode of life prova e-> no outlet. Hr urges,
als>, that in hug- --ities p rents owe
their chiMie a. r i ion for a fie punt
op, ortuuity of active exorcise, just as
in- v owe ih m an antiseptic diet in a
malarious eliivate.
Ik a person should eat his I’imier to
day at 12 o’clot k, to-morrow at 2 and
the next hay at 3, and continue in this
irregular manner lor a couple of weeks,
hia nervous sysb m would he apt to be
come entirely deranged, for the reason
that the individual lias prevented this
natural tendency of the nerves to have a
tlxed and periodic time to demand tho
f H»d, and, us a consequence from ai*ch
irregularity, indigestion is the result,
and, on account of tho intimate connec
tion of the nerves and the brain, a very
serious and detrimental effect upon the
latter is produced, causing mental inac
tivity and loss of m ‘moiy. But, on tho
other hand, if we should eat our dinuct
to-day at 12, and to-morrow and tho next
day at the same hour, we will find that
this periodicity has been established, and
the little messengers, tho nerves, will
w.iru us exactly at 12 that our regular
period has arrived. It therefore follows
that if we comply with that request
every day promptly we find good diges
tion, quiet nerves, bolter memory and a
more active mind to be tbe result.
Constipation. — ltail's Journal oj
Health thinks it doubtful it consump
tion numbers as many victims as are
stricken down by the various diseases
that result from habitual constipation.
True consumption is au inherited dis
ease. It may remain always dormant,
but when aroused to action, decay com
mences at a point circumscribed, and
gradually extends, unless arrested, until
so much of the lungs become involved
that vital action ceases. The evils of
constipation result from inattention to
the calls of nature, and usually com
mence with children whose habits are
not closely looked to by their parents.
The processes of nature are always active
while life lasts. When effete mutter is
retained a moment beyond the time its
expulsion is demanded, the system com
mences its efforts to got rid of it. When
the natural egress is cheeked, tho absor
bents carry the more-fluid portions of
the poisonous mass into the circulation,
and it becomes diffused throughout t io
body. The more-solid or clay-like por
tion is forced into the lower rec.um,
where it becomes tinuly impacted, thus
cutting off tho circulation ot the small
blood vess la, causing paiulul engorge
ments known as piles or hemorrhoids.
A continuance of the troubles often re
sults in fissure, fistula or cancer. The
trouble is seldom confined b re. As u
result of the blood poisoning we invari
ably find more or less dyspepsia, with
decided derangements of the functions
of the heart, liver and kulnev* «acci>m-
(a; I (100. J). Hill, of AiiucorliH
at u a iiml oi ol utl.i r genii* men,
I u\e t el»l Ir lioii a Kii'sitlc icporl,
l et ween Pcici sun’s Point, ami Shoal'
water Hay, m liie lower ( liuhalis
Valiev. Alaml ;>()() acres have toon
secured for the purpose.
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AddlusS tw.l o'‘tiers to
NOTICE.OF APPLICATION TO PUR
CHASE TIMBER LAND.
Unit* (I States District Lund Ofllc e
ulympia. Washington Teiritory.—None
is hcicl'V given that, in compliance with
i|ie provision** of the Act of Congress ap
proved June 3, 1878. entitled “An Act lor
tin* mde ot'TimUr an Stone Lunds in the
States id Ch Idol urn, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Tetri ory,” Fredtieh Hay ot
San Juan County, Washington Territory,
lias this day tiled in Ids office his appli
cation to pnreh tse Lot No. ol Section
No. 34 in Township No. 37 North, Range
No. 1 VVe-t ot tin Willamette Meriili in.
• Am .ind tdl p. raons claiming adversely
tin* said described Lund, or any portion
t.-ieo! are hereby mpiited to tic their
, 1m ns in lids office within sixty (00) days
fI om date hereof.
(liven tinder my hand, at n\Y office, in
(>;y m ,da. W. T., tins 13 h day ol May, A.
L,;,SB! - .154,n F Go* v.
' .NOTICE of APPLICAT.ON 1 O I’L‘lt-
CIIASE T1 MBEU LAND.
United States District Land OlVn <.
; Olympia, Washington Territory. Notin
is heiehy «•»Vi i» tiint, in compliance with
tin* provisions ol the Ad of Congress tip
proved Juno If, 1878. entitled “An Aoi
lor the side of Tim In r Linda in I lie Stnt> s
of CaliloiT.iti, Origin, Nevada and
Washington Terri’oiy.l ane? H Me
<'t aken ol Multnomah Comity, Oregon,
law this day filed in tlii- office his ap
plication to purchase llie Lots 3 and Ii
o* Section No. 15 hi Township No. 11l
N>>rlh, Katige No 4 Wist of the Wil
lamette Meridian.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the said Land, or any poriioi
thereol, arc* herehy required to tile tlm
claims in lids cilice within oixly ((50
days Iroin dale In nut.
Given under my haul, »<t my office. p
Olympia. W’. T., this 31st ih.yoiM.icl
A. n \ 884.
3- 0 w John F. Gowi y
Eurdoß Hardware Damp';.
Successors to
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A Large Assortment of Music Hooks and
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FARMING MACHINES
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Plows nnd Machines always on lim'i
and sold ut Portland prices. 24 ly
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