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T H E W ASHINGTON C O U N TY NEWS.
Current Comment-Timely Topics
THE AMERICAN CAVALRY
over the sam e road twice the same
June 21 In History.
1631—C a p ta in Jo h n Sm ith,
WASHINGTON COUNTY N E W S | postoffice from which th e carrier
fam o u s In V irginia se t-
tlem ent, died In L on
starts should be located on or very
S m ith ’s ro m an tic a d
v e n tu re s w ere not con-
fined to th e P o c a h o n ta s VN
A petition for a route fulfilling
episode. In early life
w on a p a te n t of no- _ . . _ .
these conditions should be sent to one
In w a rs a g a in st 1 a p ta ln Jo h n
HE BEST POINT ABOUT THE AMERICAN he btltty
of the Senators or to the R epresenta
th e T u rk , w as cap tu red
Forest Grove, Oregon
CAVALRY IS ITS SERVICEABILITY. Evcrv in b a ttle and sent as a slav »m
e to C on
tive in Congress, or to both, an.t it
n tin o p le. w on the affection of his
effort seems to be directed along this line. There is sta
favorably endorsed a special agent of
m istress, w as m altrea te d by her broth»
w hom S m ith killed, then
an absence of the swagger and gold braid so much in fled a th p e asha,
Eight Pages ÿ J . 0 0 a Y e a p In Advance
c o u n try dressed in the dead
the proposed route, and If it be found
On a rriv in g In A m erica
evidence elsewhere. We are doing all we can to elimi S m ith w as excluded
from th e councils
practicable he will exam ine applicants
by Jealousy, b u t finally triu m p h ed and
w hether said new spaper or periodical Is for carrier and adjust any conflicts nate the swagger and replace it with something more substantial.
of th e V irginia
Section 3882. W henever any
by the person or persons to whom
company *or corporation owning or control- received
colony. W hile out on a fo ra g in g ex
If Is sent or not.— Bellinger iSc C otton's An in the route with others already exist Your regulars incline toward simplicity. I CANNOT SAY. T1IE
ing any new spaper or periodical of any notated
g a th e rin g Indian m aize to k eep '
Codes and S tatu tes of Oregon.
kind, or w henever any editor or proprietor
SAME FOR TILE MILITIA IF SOME OF THE OFFICERS cursion
the colonists from sta rv in g he w asj
of any such new spaper or periodical, shall
Address all business com m unications to
by the In d ian s and his life
mail or send any such new spaper or period the P roprietor.
i C ertain designs for boxes have been I HAVE SEEN ARE SAMPLES OF THE REST. Their uni
saved by P o cah o n tas.
ical to any person or persons in this sta te
1819—Ja c q u e s O ffenbach, noted m usical |
w ithout first receiving an order for said
com poser, born in Cologne of G erm an -'
new spaper or periodical from such person dressed t o : “E ditor W ashington County | these the governm ent gives the same forms are the most gorgeous it has ever been my pleasure to see.
or « persons to whom said new spaper or News.”
Jew ish p a re n ts; died 1880.
A pplication made for entry a t the post- protection as to its postofflees and
periodical Is m ailed, shall be deemed to he office
1900- A force of A m erican m arin e s u nder j
of Forest Grove, Oregon, as second-
a gift, and no debt or obligation shall ac class mall
M ajor W aller am bushed in the road
__ j postboxes. C arriers register letters, ALRYMEN TO BE ATHLETES. The “monkey drill,” as they
crue against any such person or persons^
from T ak u to T ie n tsin ; th e A m erican
n su late a t T ien tsin d estroyed by
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF FOREST GROVE. OR. so th a t all the conveniences of the call it, makes man and horse acquainted with each other. Others c B o oxers.
H oshi T orn, noted Ja p a n e se s ta te s
postofflee are furnished at the farm
Office in Abbott Building.
m an. form erly m in ister to W ash in g
Issued Every Friday in the Year.
ssin a te d a t T okyo for political
er's door. C arriers may also art as
RURAL FREE DELIVERY.
“W here Rolls the Oregon.”
com m issions for the patrons of their it was war—or the preparation for it. But some other Frenchman
June 22 In History.
Ih e I.ewls and Clark Centennial and
1527—N icholas M achlavel (b e tte r know n a s
M achiavelli), Italian sta te sm a n , w ho
Am erican Pacific Exposition,
So satisfactory has been the few One of the first routes should be
reduced in trig u e to a science, died;,
routes established in W ashington one from Forest Grove to supply the and I may be influenced by sentiment in not sharing his view.
born 1469. M achiuvelli held the office
of se c re ta ry to th e ten w ho m anaged
county that others have been led to farm ers of Blooming vicinity. A route
the diplom atic a ffairs of th e republic!
desire sim ilar mall advantages, and to now runs to Hillside by way of
of F lorence. In th a t c a p a c ity he su c
cessfully c arried out se v e ral m issions
this end the requirem ents are hereby T hatcher, and petitions a re in for
A B O U T T H E NEWS.
to F ra n c e. T he M edicls banished him.
outlined. An early petition is desir- . routes to Alex Todd's and around Col.
1806—E m ile de G irardin, jo u rn a list, red re
publican a n d sp ecu lativ e w riter, born
After a month of experim ent The ablo, as long before the year expires H aynes’, both of which will probably
By ALBERT h. WALKE, Lecturer. University of Michigan
in P a ris , died 1881.
News has settled upon some features the appropriation which becomes be established early In July,
1884—At 9 p. m .. S m ith 's sound, C aptain
BELIEVE the twentieth century will see no such inventions S ch ley 's com m and reach ed and re s
th a t will be perm anent. In its first avaitam
ty 1 i will
ex- i i_ 0 >aj|y
maj] is |s a a long
8 tep toward
available e ju
L ie u ten a n t A. W. G reely and six
issue no definite policy was outlined, | hausted, and it is uncertain how far p]easanter n fe on the farm , and the
as the nineteenth. I EXPECT THE TWENTIETH CEN o cued
th ers, only su rv iv o rs of th e G reely
expedition to L ady F ra n k lin bay.
but tho opinion of its readers has been ( Congress will go toward further ex- farm er who get3 b|3 new spaper each wñ TURY TO PROVE WHETHER THE SOUL IS IM
1898—G eneral S h a fte r's corps m ade th e
carefully studied, and their hearty ap- pendltures along that line. W hile tlu , day will soon wonder how he ever
first lan d in g on C uban soil a t D aiquiri.
proval has made easy determ ining rural delivery service is very p op ular, t a)ong without this great modern MORTAL. Either spiritualism will demonstrate it by actual com
munication with departed souls or science will disprove it by showing
j among farm ers, the recently discover- ’ (onvenien re.
June 23 In History.
The editorial page will continue a ed irregularities in its m anagem ent
that every feeling we have is produced by electrical effects on the 1757—B a ttle of P la ssy ; C live d estroyed th e
H indoo a rm y and th ereb y e stab lish ed
strong departm ent, wlih the great have brought it Into disrepute at
B ritish rule over B engal.
questions of the day discussed by men W ashington, and for a while m ore at-1 Pioneer Lead is handled by Roe & brain. I would not be surprised if the existence of God were proved. 1860—T
he a d jo u rn e d D em o cratic conven
who are authorities in their several 1 tent ion will probably be given to re -, Buxton, the leading brand. Undoubt TIIE MAJORITY OF MEN IN THIS COUNTRY ARE
tion. sittin g a t B altim ore, nom inated
A. D ouglas a n d Ja m e s F itz
lines, and presenting the latest strid in g the present opportunities for edly the best in the m arket. It s Its ATHEISTS.
p a tric k for p resid en t and vice p resi
thought of the best minds upon live is- j boodling than to extending the ser- own recom m endation, as wise buyers
dent. On th e sam e d ay th e seceders’
convention organized in th e sam e city
sues. Among contributors so far have vice.
and n o m in ated Jo h n C. B reck in rid g e
been Bishop Spaulding of the A nthra T he system aim s to give postal fa -1
and Joseph L ane.
Sam uel F ra n c is D upont, ad m iral in
cite A rbitration Commission. John cilities to those who have none, to
By JOHN MITCHELL,
the U nited S ta te s navy, d istin g u ish ed
Mitchell the labor leader. Dr. Lyman carry the mails daily to people who
in the civil w ar, died in P h ilad e lp h ia ;
Dilley Public School Closing.
President of the United
Abbott, President Hadley of Yale, and would have to travel from tw o to
1894—Mme. M a rietta A lboni, fam ous con
Mine Workers of
a dozen others of equal prominence. twelve miles to receive their letters T he Dilley school has closed a sue
tra lto , died in P a ris; born 1824.
1900—T he allied forces In C h ina, n um ber
Ixical m atters will be considered by and papers,residents of towns or those cessful term under MI bs Susie Jack-
a b o u t 2,000 m en, c a p tu re d T ientsin.
presenting w hat Is believed are facts, living within two miles of a postofflee son as principal. T he graduates are:
and draw ing conclusions from these, that is continued do not share in Elsie Miller, Roy Kuhns, Gladys Todd,
June 24 In History.
so that the reader may Judge for him tlie service. The route should be from E m m a Briggs and Oscar ^ K uhns.
H ull, A m erican soldier, b orn
20 to 25 miles in length, serve 100 fam. Since the ninth grade has b e ^ 'e sta b -
self of their snffidency.
in D erby, C onn.; died 1825; su rre n d ere d
th e B ritish.
Hies, ami be so arranged that the car lished there, it is one of the leading
merchants have theirs; the ministers have their unions. 1763—M arie Jo sep
h e H ose T a sc h e r de la
Tile paper's political policy is Re rier will not have to retrace’ or travel schools of the county.
P ag erie. la te r B e a u h a rn a is a n d th en
It is true they do not call them labor unions. They i «empress
publican, of the John Mitchell stripe,
of F ran ce, born on the island
call them associations.
and th at cause it will champion con
of M a rtin iq u e ; died 1814. Jo sep h in e re
m oved to F ra n c e a t a n e a rly age a n d
sistently and vigorously. It will be
becam e h eiress to an a u n t's fo rtu n e.
W H A T IS T H E D I F F E R E N C E B E T W E E N A N A S S O C I A T I O N O F
T he News' aim to have some opinions
H e r h u sb an d , V iscount de B e a u h a r
B A N K E R S A N D AN AS SO CI A TIO N OF MINERS?
nais, w as executed u n d er th e Jaco b in s,
on every m atter it treats, and to give
and Jo sep h in e only escaped by th e
the reason for Its belief, considering
Have tlie laboring people not as much right to combine, as much sudden
fall of R obespierre. T h ro u g h
the influence of the re p u b lic an leaders,
neutrality in a newspaper as in an
B a rra s and T allien, th e fo rtu n e of D e
individual, evidence of lack of think
B e a u h a rn a is w as re sto red to her, and
not the laboring people of our country contribute as much to tlie she
becam e a leader of fashion a t th e
ing capacity, but it equally believes
welfare of our nation as any other class of citizens? What would 1813—H
that every man has a right, and it is
en ry W ard B eecher b orn a t L itc h -
flekl. C o n n .. died 1887.
his duty, to have on opinion of his
this world be, what would our civilization be, were it not for the men 1S33—Jo
h n R andolph of R oanoke died In
own In which he is fully Justified
P h ilad e lp h ia ; born 1773.
who work with their hands ?
I860- P rince Jero m e B o n ap arte, ex-king of
when he has w hat to him seem s suffic
W estp h alia, died n e ar P a ris ; born 1785.!
1 AM ONE WHO WANTS TO SEE TRACE, AN HON 1884—P
ient ground for It, prlvlding he is will
re sid e n t C a rn o t of F ra n c e a ssa s
ORABLE PEACE, BETWEEN LABOR AND CAPITAL. I 1901—G
ing to listen to argum ent. According
H a n s L o th a r von Schw ei
ly, these columns will alw ays be open
want to do my share to establish the best, and if I have one ambition nitz. eneral
noted G erm an soldier an d diplo
m at, died a t C assel, P ru s sia ; born 1822.
for discussion of every subject of suffi
over another it is to see in West Virginia a relationship established
cient interest, and here "the other
between the miners and operators of West Virgmia that will be fair
June 25 In History.
side” can alw ays subm it its views,
1736 — Jo h n H orne Tooke,
subjeet only to the general reserva
ritish w rite r and friend
tion whleh holds of everything go
th e A m erican colo
1 have abiding faith in the people. I BELIEVE ALL MEN B of nies,
born in W estm in
ing into T he News—that the editor
s te r; died 1812.
may condense, arrange ami mould the
— A lex an d er M acom b,
the people want to do what is right. I believe if you can bring the 1841 soldier,
hero of P la tts-
contribution to the paper's style so
urg, died in W ash in g
representatives of labor and the representatives of capital into a joint ton;
fur as this may be done without alter
G eneral G eorge A".
ing the meaning or lessening the force
conference, if you can make them sit together, look one another 1876 C — u ste
r and 277 m en of ^ e n - .M acom b,
of its presentation.
his com m and w ere m assa cre d by the
Sidux on the L ittle B ig H o rn riv er,
“The Day In H istory” is esporially
that THE DAY OF STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS SHALL 1894— M ontana.
valuable for teachers, who will there
Dr. A lex an d er K ohut, a d istin g u ish
ed rabbi and orien tal sch o lar, died in
HAVE PASSED FOREVER.
find topics for an Interesting and in
New York city ; born 1842.
structive talk of five m inutes, which
P hilip Phillii*«. th e n o ted singing
ev angelist, died a t D elaw are, O .; born
should open every school day. The
Grange column is prepared by probate ,
L ouis C h arles P hilippe d'O rloans,
D ue de N em ours, son of L ouis P hilippe,
ly tho ablest w riter on Grange mat- j
k ing of F ra n c e, died in P a ris ; b orn
ters. Tlie “old favorites" will present
1900— An a rm istice asked fo r in W ash in g
tho choicest gems of English litera-
ton by the C hinese m in iste r W u, re
ture in attractive form. Short stories
fused by th e president.
Dr. Jo sep h F la v iu s Cook, fo rm er1
of real m erit will occasionally appear.
By Rear Admiral ALBERT S. BARKER. U. S. N.
noted le c tu re r a n d w rite r, died a t
Frank Brown's clever cartoons It T H E H O R R O R S O F O T H E R C L I M E S A R E B R O U G H T H O M E T O O R E
T iconderoga. N. Y .; b orn 1838.
H A V E BECO ME A W O R L D POWER. A ND W E N EE D
it believed will appear to better ad
G ON A T L A S T .
vantage with the heavier paper which
T H E SEA A R M A M E N T OF A W O R L D POWER.
June 26 In History.
with this issue has been adopted.
1541—P iz arro , the S panish conqueror of
P eru, a ssa ssin a te d a t L im a.
News of people and events all over
avid R ittenhouse. early astro n o m e r
growth. The nation as a whole, I am convinced, be 1796—D
W ashington county will continue to
and m a n a g e r of the U nited S ta te s
died a t P h ilad e lp h ia ; born 1732.
lie given more fully until the paper
lie ves that we should have a powerful navy.
1827—Sam uel C om pton. In v en to r of th e fa
attains Its am bition of representing
m ous loom, died; born 1753.
At the beginning of the Franco-Prussian war, in 1870, the Ger 1863—R
e ar A dm iral A ndrew H ull F oote.
In its columns every one of the ninety
S. N .. a d istin g u ish ed n a v al officer
odd school districts. But the paper's
time during the progress of that conflict I was stationed at Key of city th ; e born civil 1806. w ar, died in New York
constant Improvement is the best as
avid D avis, ju ris t and e arly friend
surance that it will not fait short of
West. There was a fight outside Havana harbor between a Ger 1886—D
of A b rah am L incoln, died in B loom ing
ton. 111.; born 1815.
man and French vessel, and, if I remember tlie incident correctly,
IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL
“ ALL MEN
OUR NAVY SHOULD MAINTAIN
A POLICY 0L CONSTANT GROWTH
T here is sorrow in Oregon. The de
struction of over a hllllon dollars in
property is forgotten before the loss
of a third of a thousand lives at Hepp !
tier. Sym pathy for the suffering in ;
the Middle W est Is now become grief
over our own dead The Cascad*
m ountains may separate but they do*
not divide E astern from W estern Ore !
gon. and the loss across the moun-.
tains is equally mourned on this side.'
the Frenchman was forced to put back, disabled. The German
ship was nothing but a small gunboat.
T H E G E R M A N S IN T H O S E D A Y S H A D N O T H I N G T H A T R E A C H E D
T H E P R E T E N S I O N S O F A B A T T L E S HI P .
SINCE C O N F E D E R A T I O N I
A N D T H E RI SE O F T H E E M P I R E . H O W E V E R . W H A T P R O G R E S S T H E
GERMANS HAVE MADE!
Their navy is now one of the most powerful in the world and
is growing annually. We, too, should maintain a policy of con-
1SS9—Sim on C am eron. L in co ln 's se c retary
of w a r In 1861-62 and a fte rw a rd m inis
te r to R ussia, died in I^ancaster coun
ty. P a .; born th ere 1799.
1397—M rs. M a rg a re t O liphant, th e E n glish
a u th o r, died in W im bledon.
June 27 In History.
1829—Ja m es S m ithson died
In G enoa; born 1765. he
left 9650,600 to found th e
S m ithsonian in stitu tio n .
1873— H iram P ow ers, A m er
ican sc u lp to r w hose
"G reek Slave" gave him
w orldw ide fam e died a t
F lorence: bom a t W ood-
1 k U k