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(J KN ER A I- DIRECTORY
H igh est ui all in L e a v e n in g P o w er.— I-a test U. S. G o v ’ t Report.
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O m in ila a lo u 'r of t'ensloua
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Peal* nr* getting I
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reet, Salem, Or.
profpfwlotiH, an i ilisllhtóHàne “ i
one individual who has not i
notified a •ta i morally by the f>nr*m( of
e loner» t*guu*hout if»»
Hupf**m * < »»art
1 V i'risiT , 1‘litlio , d fu r
mill« In the Htnie. t
Counterfeiter* al FòpcrU.l to
at ma in the «uburb*« ‘1 ■ fl'icU
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4 ouotf Offlrçre.
har« the privilege of
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U x > k s , b t i i t i o n e r y , P a in t s , O ils , E tc.
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lu g » \ H « m la > m L t i i i r v r r ) i* u u i a ; At 10 a m
, I ’ a J to r.
( li. C.j (ollierieadiètotel-'whf
unwilhnguca« te itine V teine with
tlieir employea « a thè ro1 P/OBttof offer
i i hy thè la tta r;«« tbe c ' y f n i n y lmt
The captar» of a wou
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Daggctt at Ronner*« F ri^ a M aM g y h o
» a * 6n g » g » 'l in
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|> i m «nul Man lay of *-ar*h monili. Y r H. C.
K rvt*r^ tMiiolAÿ at 6 .M ) r u
P aver uiee-tliif
every Ibareday rveiil:i|f
HutiiJAv fit I r M
nuiulay htUool ev«r>
Iter JOK W A l . D K o r . PAAlor.
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PK K A C IIIN H KVKKY T » I IKD
l A H alld 7 O r M.
Mr. H A ( iL j iY ,? M l o r .
m t m a l i 'e
mao ia to be allowed to pnr-
dtor iiT ge while in 4ebfito the
Étti,nor until he ha* «erred
nth*. The price of discharge
r i* * the tourth month of enliatmenl
It lie 2S i>er cent of tho yearly-pay of
I applicant; during the fifth month
par cent, and no -
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when tlie maximum price is
tbo fifteenth month
cent of »“
the r m i ai-
. " ■ be
■ . |«r r sent
iuiflm price; inf the sixteenth month 00
per cent, and *o on ,decreeing5 percent
per month until the thirty-fourth month.
when the applicant may apply (or his
dlacharge without payment. No man ia
allowed to purchaae hi* discharge a sec
ond time, and tlioee procuring diachargea
by purchase forfeit all benefits due to
continuous service or honorable dis
charge. A disctiaise by purchase la not
an inherent right. But a privilege which
may be granted by the Navy Department.
" The atmosphere about the weather
bureau ha* cleared off very perceptibly
«Inca the recent investigation, and affairs
| n running along very jipoothlv, with
t o v tittle probability of any farther
K | « being made in the near future
K this bureau. Secretary Morton said
InatflWwished to make it popular; in,
is riaiti ng
• the intenti
two women I
cavaltr dW frr*
rebellion,Jbat remained at the imnt no*
til the end. Hi* faino«* raid do L a * ,
street wa* one of tho master etr •ktßppt
the war, and received doe rwcxyr núii. ‘
Whan Booth waa playing g Richard ”
in Chicago in K79 * monta!I t unhal-
■need apectotor named (k n y jh o t.«t ih «'
actor twice from tho n H rtr, Oi « of ttm
bóllete Mr. Booth w o w , ami had ft
rot in a gold cartridaa, opon wiitoh Ito
had engraved tbe woratt ‘ ‘ trop.' Mark
BBC AK T b O C IE r ig «.
ut to have'yj
ive money ia the mfitter of
known ae Bartula <^«rja, I utd hove tha
rvputatlon i i f h p.*a«emhl.V and indus- fta x rfp h to w . He also derided to dl.-
J T DAM*. N.O.
triuua man atW mred' well lur hi* wife > ConriMbe the river and Hood-room work
(tsoaua W. «asjmcL. « r i««/ *
and at kn <«rly date plaea the rivor fore
and little daughter.
c a s t in charge of otwerver* located oh]
o I' avtos Minor, No tat, a . o . r. w.—
Harry Bentley, once roevicted at Los tlie principal river*. A* a result Oari'
fil M«t(« flr«i and Ihlrtl M iinlay evening« of
rat h mouth
Barns. F. II. Bigelow and Thomas E.
sn,l tI iuh ,miring her death, ha* lieeu Russell, professor* of meteor«! ry, wi),
Mae ter Workman
w \v K i . d r r , K e e n !tie r
be (Implied from the roll* this mon l
8 TAYTON, OREGON
trict Attorney a»k(*l that lie be dis along w ith a number of clerks and othc
charged. Haying that the Nordholdt employe*. In hi* forthcoming re|*,r
heirn of Xlr*. Bentley and Bentley had Secretary Morton will make two impo
P R O F E S S IO N A I
compromised their trouble* over the t a u t riHomnieiidat ion*. t)nc relate* t-
property and it would 1« impossible to t h e indiscriminate distribut ion of garden
DR J M KITCHEN
convict Bentley, the heirs being in hia seed, and the other to the duplication oi
favor. The Judge intimaihd that things experiments by stations, now being done
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look(*l queer all around.
by the department.
A pa|>er was J *»d at a meeting of
rai“in growers «»Fresno Saturday, pur
porting to an agroemetit between the
W O R L D S F A IR NOTES.
gtower*, packers and the aaeociation in
. ethet a* follow«: Tlie grower* are to
a n d •> S u r g e o n ,] pay the packers 40 cent* per Iwx for
September 30 ha* l>een decided upon
Inver* and f7 AO per ton for loose raisin*,
,j,M( KsaM.in . tWcoad r, ,«,r cent commissftm snd 2>, per «-nt a* Ireland'* day.
Tlie feature of the Literary Congress
brokerage and 25 rents per ton to the
m-s.H mtion to be collected bv the pm k,-r, was a pajM'r by Charles Dudlev Warner
the packer to (s' liable to the association on the function, of literary criticism in
- ' a car for all raisin* the United States.
PO W ELL.
at t he rate of ‘ f " 1.50
E S T A B L IS H E D 1 8 8 3
• It has lieen decided by the council of
Notary Public & Justice of the Peace,
Judge Bellinger in tbe United State* administ ration to maintain the depart
District Court at Portland refuses to ment of promotion and publicity until
issue writs of Italia* corpus in Chinese the close of (lie fair, with Major Moses
cases until the Customs officer* have P. Handy a* chief.
decided on their rights to enter the
Chief Allison of the maanfacturea
country. He add«al: “ The govern building of the World’s Fair expelled
ment ha* apiHiintod qualified officer* to R. Ii. Ingersoll A Bro., a New York
take care ot Chinamen, and it ia not noveltv firm, for persistently violating
pre-tuned tlie courts an1 to take the the rules against selling goods.
matter out of tlieir hands. Chinamen
The ground ha* been broken at the
are not imprisoned in the usual sens*-of south end of tlie anthropological build
the wool. Tlieg voluntarily placed ing for a building known a* Romford
themselves in this position and knew Inn as a part of the Massachusetts
perfectly well thee would be subject to exhibit. I n it Miss Maria Daniell of
examination on reaching United States Bodon will show scientific methods of
c o o k in g the cheaper classes of food so
tv* to bo palatable and nourishing and
SHAW & H U N T
in the sanitary branch the best means
of cooking for the sick and convalescent.
If the army bill passes, as now seems
probable, it is believed that Emperor
William of "(»ermany will visit the
World’s Fair. An attache of the Ger
«ntl Sm all Instruments
man commission is authority for this
the growers •* Orep 1 '* arranged statement. The German Department of
E. H. C O AT ES, .
on tlie- * >*»t »ide
i I he noj Vb Stain fh tisph^g the question as to how
hall in a glittering a r
>f glass jars.
C o n t r a c t o r f a n d i B u i l d e r , Oregon prides herself u her prunes. the Etn|>en*r wouht he reoeivad here has
been informed by tho DebtoU in the
Cor. Second and Ferry Streets, Albany, Or,
Her soil product »
utmost im United States that he would meet with
partiality Italian. • •nan, French, a hearty greeting.
Hungarian «ml Iter ov> ‘silver prunes.’
Tlie special committee appointed by
A lao p la n t a m i a i* e lA c a t 1nna fu rn !a J i««1 A ll
it comes to a matter of sire the the World’s Fair National Commission
W ork w u r r a u tc tl.
8tate is also well to the fore. There is to report upon the facilities for saving
a pear in her exhibit which measures life in case of a fire in anv of the expo
9 inches aid weighs 4L. pounds; a sition buildings reported to that body
‘Gloria Munch' apple weighing 2 pounds, recently. It recommended the estab
a cherry 3 \ incites In diameter, and lishment of a corps of men, to be known
Miches'’ 17V b Inches in circumference.’ ’ a* a life-saving crew, to be furnished
Idea go Tribune: “ In the horticul with all modern appliance* for saving
tural building, Oregon, which was the life, this corps to be stationed at some
Second Street, Stayton, Oregon
first State in complete readiness and central point withie the park.
which opened May 1, makes an exhibit rejwrt was adopted.
S. A. LANDES, Proprietor.
---- IS THE l’LACK FOR AN----
which should is- seen by all. It is a
Oregon is one of the States that will
wonderful story of the resources of that
State. Its plan of display Is remark receive daily shipment* of ripe fruit and
vegetables in season to renew her
ably artistic, and shows its many varie
R o o m ! n e a tly fn rn la h e d .
exhibit* at the World’s Fair. She Is
T a b le a u p p lle d w i t h th o l*e*t th e m i
advantage. In all there are 400 plates now receiving cherries and strawberries,
fo r 4 a.
is thoroughly equipped, and hot and
S p e c ia l a tte n tio n to c o m m e rc ia l n u n
of apples that make the mouth water and the shipments have all come through
(Hop w ith S. A Landen,
Don’t forget the place—on
and 240 Immense jars of fruit in solu in fine condition, establishing the truth
tion. There are monster peara, (juinees, of the statement that Oregon fruits are
Second Street, Stayton, Or.
Lyona, O regon
plums, peaches, apricots, cherries and good shippers. In that State’s exhibit
grapes, any one of which, except the in the fisheries building one of the most
two latter, would do for dessert for a attractive displays of the whole fair has
meditifh-siied familV. There are 96 been holding thft crowd* about the Ore
eases of prunes, sun-dried apples, (tears, gon booth during the paat few days.
plums, poaches and other fruits, Chi This consisted of fresh royal ohinook
cago Inter-Ocesni Sections of horti salmon from the Columbia river. The
AT TURNER, OREGON
cultural hall contain fruits and vines, largest fish weighed eighty-two pound*,
or more properly »peaking, the display* and wa* the largest salmon ever caught
of the bnrean of viticulture and po in the Wosf These fish were frown nw‘
W . W . R o w e l l , P r o p rie to r
mfortaole. Guests courteousll treated and well cared
mology. Of tbe latter Oregon, Cali side of solitt cake» of Ico tic fore they left
fornia] Utah and N ov» Scotia have ex- the Coast, and they <ism«through nicely
tags respectfully solicited.
■ntiralv roeovat*». Nnwijr farxUtxd, rp«t-' eeedingly fine exhibit« ready for in- In that shape. Tliey looked been tie*
itu* In all H* *npolntin*nta. K*u*. |t • d * r . -----—
Q. W . LOFTI88, M A N N E R .
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a a rre
r*llowa liAll fvfre HAtuidav «v«n
on Or br|or*< 14««lull moon
BROS. Ä CO
T u rn e r and M eham a Stage Line,
Estcy, Newman Bros, and Earhuff Organs
10NN “ W O N D E R ” BAND
young couplfis sia rtia gf* Ills. Tliercysd
pair waB simp house in s JUtle cot tag« at
baudrin^mm, which contains bsstdto
thrra bed reams only two small sitting
rooms and a study or office for the use of the leading
the Duke. It ia simply fitted up with
light and inexpensive furniture, and is Department of Agriculture.
altogether a very modest dwelling.
The wheat crop of the United States
Jesse M. Sparks of Tennessee has been will be much below the average, while
appointed Consul at Piedras Negras, tbe corn crop will be enormous, and if
Mexico, and thereby hangs a tale. Dur the weather conditions continue good,
ing President Cleveland’s first adminis probably the largest ever raised. Tbe
tration Major Sparks sent to the execu acreage of onto, barley, rve and similar
tive mansion three opossums, fat and grains has been increased, and the crop
toothsome, from the Tennessee mount will be large. The hay crap ia above
ains. The President never forgot the the average.
gift, and when Major Sparks was in
The Mississippi waters passing through
Washington last spring Mr. Cleveland the Rescue crevasse into tbe New River
asked i f the Tennesseean wouldn’t like basin in Louisiana have overflowed the
to be a Consul. The reply was in the country, doing immense dams
affirmative, and the appointment fol arc five to ten feet of water
lowed. The opossums did the business. town. 1
The _ Mississippi
‘ ‘ 1
‘and it is hoped
the back water will ■
mediately feel the effects of the fall. The
water Btands seven feet deep in places,
and several lives have been lost.
The largest piece of copper ever taken
The United States makes a very dis
out of the Michigan Upper Peninanla couraging showing (or this year's crop of
weighed" about nine tons.
cotton. It is already certain that the
Ostrich-taming ia a very profitable in crop has been hadly damaged by unfa
dustry in Africa, where it is computed vorable weather during the past six
there are over 150,000 tame birds.
week* ; that it has got a poor start ; that
The value of the Western cattle is es it is being injured by insects and disease
timated at (2,000,000,000, or five times and cannot amount to an average yield.
More serious still is the prospect that
that of all the cattle in Australia.
Diamond-cutters in Holland have suc further adverse weather, which may
ceeded in cutting stones so small that it fairly be expected at this season, catch
ing the belated crop in its present con
takes 1,600 of them to weigh a karat.
dition, will reduce the yield still further.
The highest rate of discount ever es A few sections, as Florida and Louisiana,
tablished by the Bank of England was *eem to hare been exempted to the me
10 per cent on May 11, I860, during a teorological fate that ha* overtaken the
the cotton crop generally, bat they are
The narrowest-gauge railroad now in not extensive enough to make any ma
use is one of twenty inches in North terial difference in the crop as a whole.
Carolina, built last year for transporting
Acting Secretary Hamlin has instruct
A million dollars in gold coin will ed Collectors o£ Custom* in order that
weigh 3,085.8 pounds, and a million dol the department may be fully advised
lars in silver coin will weigh 58,929.9 concerning the admission o f Chinese
persons into the United States to pre
Alaska produced (1,000,000 in gold last pare and forward to the department a
year and California (12,000,000. The statement showing the number of Chi
gold product of the United States was nese persons admitted by them from
Januarv 1 to June 30, 1803, and the rea
The farm land of the State of Kansas sons; the number to whom admission
produced twice as much in value last was refused and the reasons ; the num
year as all the gold and silver mines in ber permitted to land for transit to an
other port for exit from the United
the United States.
Nothing is wasted in China. The States. The Collectors are also directed
to make a Weekly report of the China««
Btones of various fruit* and the shells of
persons seeking admission into the
nuts are cleaned, dried and carved into
United States, through giving names,
ornaments of the most graceful kind.
description, occupation aim place of des
It is said to coet lees to send the prod tination in thec united States, of those
uct of an acre of wheat from Dakota to admitted and the evidence upon which
England than it does to manure an acre such action was based, and also tbe
of land in England so that it can grow name* and description and the occupa
- . tion of those to whom admission wee re
New Bedford can easily afford to stop fused and the reasons for such refusal ;
catching whales, for according to the also the names, occupation and a de
latest statistics she is among New Eng scription of such persons permitted to
land cities second only to Fall River in land for transit through the United