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NEWBERG, YAMHILL CO., OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888.
THE AGRICULTURALIST w|1*1 ^to,coii,(xx> bushel» ;^and of ^uie PACIFIC COAST NOTES. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
In ittr l-
Add ran. (iH.ii'iuc, Newberg. (iivgon.
■' > fU • ' * • %
;; v . > /
. • .t
71t000,lHXI bushels, as compartii with
A B r ie f M en tion o f M atters o f Gen ral
the crop of 1887 ; Indiana ha» gained M atters o f L o c a l an d G en era l Im port
In terest.—N otes G ath ered from
G ath ered fr o m A ll S o u r c e s for
p f Especial Interest to tte Pa
H om e and A broad .
the B enetlt o f O u r R e a d e rs.
000, anti Ohio 41,000,000. Tlie total!
cific Coast Husbindman.
i increase for the yea.- is believed to he (
I not far from 560,000,000 bushels, or j At Mariposa hay is $25 a ton.
Portsmouth, Ohio, is to have a corn
The fresh fruit crop of California more than twice the entire product of
The Fresno Expositor has been eiv
this seismi lias an estimated value of Illinois and Iowa together- The com-
Diphtheria rages in Morristown,
parison affords aid to the imagination larged.
II is said that by forcing salt into in forming a conception of the surplus
The Dalles, Or., pays a bounty for
...... 1 1 .1 1.. f - ......e la flr t n
Hit luaP ill
Heavy stitching on the back of a
the holes made by borers iu trees, the available for exportation, either di dog scalps.
meat and '
... glove is bad form.
borers will be destroyed.
other provisions; but only when th e :. A turnpike from Clnco to Orov.lle
The water trough needs a thorough illiml dwells upon the magnitude of l 18 l,r,,Jec 1
Archh'shop Riorden has left Rome
scrubbing and scalding occasionally,
for the United States.
the entire product of more than 2,000,-
The sugar refinery at Watsonville
or it will soon he coated with slime.
A famine is threatened among the
000,000 bushels is it possible to realize gives $8 a ton for beets.
East African colonists.
It is better to feed a cow every ounce the significance of the name to which
The streets of Traver, Tulre county,
of food she lias the ability to take care corn ¡s n0w entitled as king of cereals
There are ¡1,000,000 women in the
are to be graded this winter.
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of than to try to gain profit by saving
Now is the time to get rid of the
United States who work for wages.
poorer animals. It will not pay to
Brownsville, L :nn county, Or.
The New York law against car
Too mueh grain is more detrimental winter them, as better animals will
stoves goes into effect January 1st.
to breeding stock than not enough. give larger returns for shelter, care
The strike on the Montana Union
Tfit food tho’ tld he bulky, w>th a and fetil. It is not economy to keep railroad has forced several mines to
Straw bail goers are hav ug an en
a poor animal through any season; j close down.
small allowance of grain.
counter with tlie'courts h i-*’ . « I'ork.J
but it is most extravagant to keep i t 1
No animal I is so hardy as to require ,
Two-fifths of the Dominion of Can
Hon. Stephen M. W hile fainted in
, th winter. ItSiK the bight of
no attention . I he more an animal is (o„ y ?n 8tock rili„ing to sel, th# best the court room at L is Angeles recent ada are uuder no-license liquor laws.
exposed the less it will produce, either and keep the worst. True, the best ly, the effect of overwork.
From 1880 to 1888 no less than
of pork, wool, mutton, beef or milk.
bring the largest prices; but if you seli
Two squaws, who were intoxicated, 4,637,252 persons have come to this |
Major Alvord condemns dehorning the best and keep the worst, soon rolled into a camp fire at Colton re- country.
in toto. He says in the Boston Culti your best will be no better than your cently and were badly burned,
Louisiana has five newspapers edit
.. . ,,
vator that it is cruel, and argues that worst is now, and your worst will be
ed by women. The New Orleans Pic
it does not render catlle less pugna such that the more you have the
poorer you will be. You, by this plan, want to drive out the Salvation army ayune is one.
F O R
The sword that Ethan Allen cari ied
The Iowa Agricultural college, it is constantly make your animals poorer; j a,u' ralee 'he price of theatrical li-
at Ticonderoga, is owned by a Lansing,
said, has been crossing Southdown and as the stock raiser makes Lis ani- cen8e.
ewes with Shropshire bucks for four mals |>oor he makes himself poorer.
Senator Stanford will be shown Mich., woman.
years. As a result the average of all I f he keeps up the process, bankruptcy J points for needed legislation on the
Winnipeg, Manitoba, is rapidly be
fleeces has increased from 4 58 to 8.29 is as sure as fate. The opposite policy | southern coast.
coming one of tlie most enterprising
F h ( h 1 ) 1 Ì ! ì !]| (> < 1 i n
I H N .* » .
pounds, and the percentage of lambs is the winning policy. Sell the poor
cities of Canada.
from 77 per cent, iu 1880 to l.'ll per est and retain the host. And sell
The Bible has to be printed in 29
enough o f the poorer animals that Bernardino Times lias taken the name
cent, in 1888.
of The L. M. Holt Publishing Com different languages to supply the peo
Horses can, of course, stand more 1 y °u nwy buy a few better than the pany.
ple living in Pennsylvania.
exposure in cold weather than men, best you now have. This is making
“ Live low and sparingly till my debts be paid ; hut let the learning of
but the same kind of exposure th it your animals constantly better and ! Chinese gamblers have been hiring
From the best statistics obtainable
the children be liberal; «pare no cost, for by such parsimony all is lost that is
produces colds, rheumatism, etc., in yourself richer. Soon your worst w ill; substitutes to appear for them in the there are about 1,000,000 Union sol
saved."— William Penn to hie wife.
men, will be liable to c ITict horses in bring as much a- your best now. If Los Angeles courts and have thus es- diers living at the present time.
the same way. It is, therefore, ap- you have not pure bred animals, sell | caped.
or grades to buy an an- ,
parent that warm stables, good blank enough scrubs
i i i i j t .
William Wright, a 14-v ear-old col- almshouse. One hundred men have
ets and protection from severe weather linal of each sex, pure bred. H oldfast!
been put at work on the sand pile.
(o th . lull-bloodh produce , „ d to the I
“ f “
J ™ "»
Alexander H. Stephens during his
Professor Henry gives the following
life educated 150 boys and 50 girls,
as a good ration for a dairy cow where are aware of it you will have only
pure bred animals. If once we start
The Bjard of Supervisors of Sono- giving them all collegiate educations. I
E. H . W o o d w a r h , President,
corn fodder constitutes the main por
with pure-bred animals, the increase ma county have let a contract to
tion of the coarse fodder: Corn stalks
There are 1,100 colored preachers in
J esse E d w a r d s ,
cut, 15 to 16 pounds; clover hay, 5
Tennessee, and the highest salary re
and herds of the best blood in what.! river at Cloverdale.
pounds; bran, 6 pounds; corn meal,
ceived by any of them is $200 a year, j
J esse H o b s o n .
The orchards, vineyards and can
4 pounds. This can be fed twice or when the goal is reached, seems a very
j nery connected with General Bid- Military men believe that the White
G e o rg e W . M it c h e l l , Secretary a n d Treasurer,
three times a day, as the feeder prefers. short time._______ _________
well’s rancho Chico are to be leased Pasha, now at Bahr el Oliazel, and
The drains should be put down bi-
No llower is more popular than the
ile s .
to a San Francisco company.
fore the ground free/,;». A single tile aster, and few have held so high a
drain will sometimes carry off ihe sur place in popular esteem for so many 1 Diptheria still afflicts Bloomfield,
A Brooklyn boarding-school propri- !
plus water front a large field, but years, anil it is still growing in favor. Bonom i count \ Several cases are
enough drain should be used to ren For an autumn show of flowers we yet in danger. The schools have been etress has sued a plumber for $15,000
because the pupils have become sick j
closed for six weeks.
der the field dry in early spring and have not its equal.
from sewer gas.
ho in proper condition foi plowing.
Four celestials on a hand-car were
E d w in M o r r i s o n , B . 8 .,
The use of the drain will add hun
St. Louis painters have condemned !
Feeding red pepper to laying hens badly injured near San F( rriando, Los
dreds of dollars to an early crop.
is not beneficial unless given very Angeles county,last week, in collision
M a r y E . M h . e s , A . B .,
houses and police stations by police
A Western dairyman has hit upon m
o d e r a t e ly , a
o i oftener
(m e n e r than three with a special train.
a very simple plan of wui m i L b u ; u lim e s a W eek ! i t au t» i l a temporary
B ell ,
Jacob lludgti, a caipeater at tin
for his stock to drink in wiuter. He s t im u la n t , h i^ if giviA i c continually Coe nqne at Gratis Valley, had both
They pie geing bark" t i Philadel
puts an iron plate, say 18 invln-s square, causes
"" cts .
c a u s e s injurioi
in ju r io u s e ffe
arms broken recently in a fall, and it phia to the old fashion’ of selling
grains and vegetables by weight in
on the bottom ol Ills water tank, cut
is believed be is internally injured.
stead of measure.
ting away the wood, of course, where
There is no dodging the fact that the
Three deaths so far are reported to
the iron was. Under the plate he uses American arbor vita; is the best all-
The Brooklyn Engineers’ society
an oil stove. He says 10 cents' worth around tree for an evergreen hedge. the Portland police as a result of the
9th monti), 11, 1888
Fall Term begins
Many are last week protested against the gran t-!
of oil a day would warm the water for Its hardiness, density obtained by Chinese battle recently.
60 cows up to 70 deg tees or more.
shearing, and its rapid growth alone wounded, but they are keeping quiet. ing of permission to a compauy to lay
h m onti],30, 1888
pipes for hot water.
recommends it for the general pur
Revenge and not robbery is de
In developing cows fur butter the pose of a hedge above all coniferous
12lh nionth, 3, 1888
Winter Term begins
clared to have been lie motive that
Governor Beaver has just sent in
feeder should be sure that he does not competitors.
overfeed, but as he finds they eat with
31 monti), 1, 1889
Winter Term closes
For a narrow and effectual wind to wreck the Oregon express on Tues nient fund of the G. A R., collected in
a good appetite he may add a little
3 d n ion th , 4, 1889
more to each feed, and so continue
gradually to increase the feed as they pine, in rows eight or ten feet apart | The Silvation army at Petaluma has
Spring Term closes
5ih monili, 9 1889
The Newark Law and Order league
will bear it. This power of digestion and at about the same distance be- j won a victory. They have obtained is taking steps to counteract what it
will increase, and he may gradually tween the trees in the rows, will form | permission to parade the streets, and deems the “ growing influence o f'
increase the milking capacity of his in six or eight years, in a climate j parties molesting them will b j arrested. liquor interests in State politics.’’
cows and their production of butter. where they can be grown, a close and j
Samuel Sheplar, of Chicago, has pur
Minneapolis flour men have selected
The skill oif that feeder has much to effectual screen.
| chased a $25,000 ranch a few miles
Friends’ Pacific Academy is located at Newberg, Yamhill county, Ore
St. Albans, V t„ as their distributing
do with the result.
Aged horses should have ground west of Santa Rosa, which he intends center for New England, and intend
gon, on the Portland and Willamette Valley railroad, twenty-two miles from
The editor of the Mark L in e Ex grain at all times or they will not converting into a stock and breeding building there two immense storage
Portland, and one mile from lingers’ Landing on Willamette river.
press advises farmers to cut off po thrive, owing to Iheir inability to mas-1 farm.
It was opened for pupils September 28th, 1885, and had enrolled during
tato blossoms as they appear. The ball tieate the whole grains. Where a
l>owt<1,Hce service has been
the first week nineteen pupils. The second school year began September
, r ,
or true seed of the potato, which re horse is subject to heaves it is best to
Public men in Canada say that the
_. . . . established on the line of the North-
13th, 1886, with an enrollment of twenty-six, and tlie present school year
sults from the blossom, are net only moisten all the chopped or ground _
Pacific anJ p „ get So(md 8hore Liberal party will ultimately take up
unnecessary to the formation of the food.
annexation in opposition to tlie Im
opened Septemlier 12th, 1887, witli an enrollment of fifly-one, and the wintei
; railroads between Seattle and Tacoma.
perial fi deration policy of the Con
tuber below, but are a pri judicial
term, December 3d, with an enrollment of 110.
There is no necessity for pampering
Alfred Schwartz, of Slaughter, W. servatives.
s'rain on the plant. He says : “ J
At the time of tlie opening of the school only the Academy building was
have tried it again and again on a
Colorado is becoming an oil-produc
erected, ami only the lower story of it was completed.
During tlie summer
large scale— three rows left and three vicious. It can be made to work, if de- obtaining money on pretended cer-
ing State. In the valley of the Arkan- i
rows cut— md the results have more j sired, in providing power for fodder-j tificates of deposit on San Francisco
of 1886 tlie boarding hall and three cottage» for pupils boarding themselves
cutters, grain-mills, etc. It is done in banks.
than satisfied me.’’
were constructed, and during the summer of 1887 (he hall for gymnasium
of wells, the yield of which is 1,000
Europe, and is practicable here.
The first annual promenade con barrels per day.
There are several Slates which pr» -
and boy»’ dormitories was commenced and the Academy building was com
cert and hall of the Grand Army of the
duce a surplus of corn. Of these Illi
The trustees hope to he able to add other buildings as they are
Tlie Rev. Dr. David Spurgeon, aged
Safe-crackers and burglars are mak Republic was given last week at the
nois and Iowa are ( qual», the product
Catalogue or information address
State capital at Sacramento and was a
of each being estimated at 270,000,
Island, almshouse. He gave away
000 bushels; Missouri ranks as third, dino.
E D W IN MORRISON, Principal.
Rails have been laid on the Feather large sums and was ruined by the
Or E. H. W O O D W A R D , President o f Board.
failure of a company.
river bridge of the Knights Landing
i xtension of the Northern California
It is estimated that fiom five to six ■
! company, and an engine crossed from million pounds of turkey and a mill
gone two blocks the okL'ser, who was non
Marysville into Sutter county recently. ion quarts of cranberries were neces
plussed at the prisoner * willingness to ac
“ flemt O n ."
MR. BERGH ON DUTY.
company him, began to tear tha. he had been
Oregon’s tax levy has been fixed as sary to enable the city of New York
Tell me. ye winged winds that round my pathway
led into a blunder.
follows: State levy for current ex to enjoy its Thanksgiving feasts.
In terferin g In H rh a lf o f a Fallen flora«.
I don't know as I care about arresting | D o jo H dow so ™» Ijulet spot where wive, clean
penses, three and seven-tenths of a
Umler A rrest—A SnrprUe.
you,” he remarks.
house n o m ore;
Minneapolis street-car drivers are no
mill; militia tax, one-tiflh of a mill;
On the corner o f Avenue A he observes an
you do. Y ou interfered with me In 8oniS lone. Be.ju«»Lered, im fy dale, s om e Island.
j University, one-ten'll of a mill. To longer furnished with free passes. overladen horse vainly struggling with a the Yes,
performance o f my duty and now you
Fare must be rung up when the pas towering lo a d c f heavy boxes. The horse has
tal, four mills.
Where life la r.ot one ceaseless war with cobwebs
must take me to the station house.”
senger gets on the car instead of at fallen down and the brutal driver is endeavor
“ I don't want to. Y ou can g o.”
Ch rles Marshall, a noted horse* the time of payment of the fare.
lng to beat him into a perpendicular po«i ion.
only nature s carpet spreads beneath the
“ I will go and you shall go with me. I f you Where tired
thief, was shot in the leg recently by
His efforts are fruitless. A crow d has gath
won't arrest me. I'll arrest y ou .”
And wretched men are ne’er compelled Its em
Will Roberts, a San Bernardino deputy
8-venty per cant, of the infants in ered around the scene and various street
“ You?” in tones of the deepest amazemont.
erald folds to b**at?
sheriff. Marshall was found in the tlie Foundling hospital at Oitiwa have gamins are encouraging the driver to stiH
“ Y es,” displaying his gold badge as a* The lake breeze fanned my heated faes and said,
brush in the mountains.
He will died during the year. Within five greater cruelty. Mr. Bergh presses his w a j officer o f the Society for the Prevention of
“ Beat on! There's no such place.”
probably die. There are eiilit ehaiges years 607 have been buried. Im into the center o f the throng.
Cruelty to Animals.
“ Take off half those boxes and your horse
“ A re you Mr. Bergh V
of robbery against him in Lis An proper nursing is said to be the cause. will go all right,” he exclaims.
A S y m p iilh e t le H e a r t.
“ It makes no difference who I am. Y oo
geles and Sau Bernardino counties.
“ He’ll go without that,*’ is the unfeeling
"C an yon help me, sirT said » t ump to a
A (!• posit of natural gas was struck reply, as the driver's blows fall with re come with me.”
It is proposed to build a sea-wall
A t this point in the Journey fc.be officer’* ChirAgo citizen.
200 feel wide on top around the en- the other day nine nvlea north-east of doubled force upon the animal's head.
cr-mposuro entirely gave way.
"W e ll, I rfiinno," replied tbe citizen: “ yoo
“ Stop beating him, and do as I tell you, or and pleaded.
i ire city front of San Diego. The idea Tuscola, 111. The pressure creates a
He said it woald ruin hi* look as thoegb you need all you can get.
is to furnish terminal facilities, main flame thirty feet high. Ttie discovery H I arrest you.”
future. He was a new man on the force. He W hat brought you to this md plight, my
A t this a cry o f derision goes op from the
track», switches-round-houaee, etc., for lias caused great excitement in the crowd. A n officer arrives at this m om -at did not see the driver beat his horse very friend r
much. He had a w ife and five children who
“ It's a long story, sir In tbe first place 1
ell railroads entering the city, beside» d ¡strict.
and gruffly inquires the cause o f tho disturb would starve if he was discharged. A t hut
married a S t Louis girl, ami” -----
coal blinkers and warehouses for all
There are 2 800 members of the ance.
Mr. Bergh's pity was touched.
“ Say no more, say no m ore," Interrupted
»lie shipping business of the water Michigan A u liH r a e Thief society,
“ Officer, arrest this man!” orders Mr. man’s name and number and warning him
the cltiz *n, with tears o f sympathy. "H a n 's
and during the past year they have Bergh.
that a repetition o f *uch lukewarmness would five dollars for y ou ."—The Ejioch. j
The officer looks first at one o f the men and be instantly rej»ort«d, he left him and walked
In the trial of John A. Dimmig, of not had a cent’s worth of property then
Sm Francisco, a hook agent, for the stolen, although they are worth an ag brutal driver, o f whom he asks *he lull par briskly in the direction o f tho abattoirs on
Avenue A .— Benjamin Northrop in New
aliened murder of Henry H-nliayon grega.e of $2 800,000.
ticulars o f the affair.
Y ork Mad and Lx press.
A M rnlrnt *»f Ihe (Lim n.
in October, 1887, a number of wit-
“ My horse fell down,” he explains, “ and as
A man in New Bruswick has dis
“ Wi ll, young nmn," Paid a sp, ^ »n g jrv. d*
1 nes»i s were called, but the testimony played a strange taste about dying. I was getting him up this man interfered aoJ
from « C o n s o la tio n .
defiler, “ what can we d o for youf*
v.iriid little if any from that elicited He dug his grave, lowered his coffin, threatened to arrest me.”
“ Have yoa Ixjoks on baseball/"
V isitor—Don't y oo miss youx I ttta nephew
“ Officer,” interposed Mr. Bergh, catanly,
at the former trial. Iamis Goldberg, xot in and took a dose of poison and
very much, Freddie!
“ Y d .”
a cloak dealer and a close isaociate of then pulled a string to a landslide, while the crow d enjoys the teene with hilar
Fred. lie (whose nephew died % te week be
“ Oi" n»o ‘The Ri e an’ Fall c r die Roman
ious delight, “ I order y ou to arrer>t that
B nliayon, testified that he didn't which descended upon him.
pire.' ’’- N e w York Sun.
fore)—Yes. I miss him very mne j , but I hit*
tbit k that the latter could have writ
The Toronto Trades Council has re
ten his a’lege l confession at the time
Verily It Is.
quested the city to inform intending officer, “ but I'll arrest you. Come with on
N r.tu ra lly I n d ig n a n t.
Our friands have deported to spend the
to the station house.”
lie called at witness’ place of business
emigrants from England that the
“ W ait until I take this man’s name and
Wimmer l»y the seaside. We have gone ns far
to do some writing, as he remained too
Canadian labor market is overstocked. number and I'll g o,” replies Mr. Bergh.
S p o g g w W a a ft not df«gm refid, the way as our means » '« M allow, and rented a cabin
short a time to write an long a docu
The Legislature will be asked to abol
In which Sm iggs snored in church to« lay I
in front of Billy Well*» millpond. Cheapness
Stuggs— I nbould think it wan.
W hy, he with cheerfulness is great gain.—Smith ville
ish the existing immigration laws.
pair start for the station* Before they bad
N ew sy Notes Concemln* the Farm a id
PACI FI C A C A D E M Y '
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Announcement and Prospectus.
woke us all up.—Tbe Review.