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NEWBERG, YAMHILL CO., OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY ID, 1889.
Art dree,. G r a p h ic .
In v a r i
CONGRESSIONAL NEWS PACIFIC COAST NOTES. MISCELLANEOUS ITEM S THE AGRICULTURALIST
I n t e r e s t in g
R esu m e
o f t h e W e e k 's
H a p p e n i n g s In B o t h B r a n c h e s
t h e N a t i o n ’s L e g i s l a t u r e
M „l-e r s
o f L oca l
G en era l
A B r i e f M e n t io n o f M a t t e r s o f G e n r a l
G a th e re d fr o m A ll S o u r c e s fo r
I n t e r e s t. - N o t e s G a t e r o d f r o m
t h e B e n e fit o f O u r R e a d e r s .
H om e and A broad .
N e w s y N o t e s C o n c e n in a ih e F a rm a d
E s p e c ia l I n te re s t to t ‘ e P a
c i f i c C o -.s t H u a t u u d m a n .
R ice troubles are feared at Arcui i
Fresno tailors arc striking for better
Georgia is to have an immigration
Samuel N. Bixley has bten appoint
bureau to encourage immigration to
ed postmaster at Kelso, Cowlitz coun
Bernhardt gave ten performances the State of industrious and intelli
Albuquerque,N. M., built 300 liousis
gent farmers and mechanics.
Ca ro, Egypt, recently.
James P. Starr has been appointed
D > not sell off" your surplus hay or
Wallula and Walla Walla are now
postmaster at Syracuse, Polk county,
straw yet, or you may find yourself
lirium tremens in England.
in place of Frank K. Hubbard, re- connected by rail.
sho t of a supply before the winter is
The Paris p lice will search the over. The amount to be retained de
John P. St. John will make his resi
hou-es of all known anarchists.
pends ou the condition of tlie stock
A railway mail service ha, been es dence in California.
tablished oil the route from Wood-
The Sultan is one of the most en and the severity of the weather bi
Traver, Tulare county, Cal., now
tween now and spring.
ville to Snohomish, six times a week boasts a cheese factory.
thusiastic chess players in Europe.
to take effect from the 28 ill.
Every farmer's son should be edu
In Russia last year 80,000 dram-
The penitentiary of Washington
Governor-elect Hovey has left Wash Territory is now heated by steam.
cated to a knowledge of botany and
Bliwps were c'o le away with by law.
ington for his home in Indiana. He
to thoroughly understand all the
Lord Coleridge has collected $35,000 points of tlie different breeds of stock,
A gang of ho dlums at Victoria at-
will resign his seat in the House,
for tlie widow and daughters of Mat as well as be familiar with the nature
which will be till d by a special elec tacked the salvation army recently.
tion next mouth.
of fertilizers and their ^,'ness for cer
North Yakima is soon to have
The British government states that tain crops and soils.
Senator Cullom has reported favor system of waterworks to cost $100,000
ably a bill from the commerce com
Do not be afraid to open the doors
Attempts have been made to rob a successor to Sackwlle West will
mittee to increase the salary of the people while getting on trains at Col shortly he appointed.
and windows of the cellar on clear
surgeon genera! of the marine hos ton.
Final preparations have been made days. It is much better to have pure
pital service to |6000 per annum.
air in the cellar than to keep it close
J. C. Leisure, of Pendleton, has re for the official trial of the 15-inch and damp. When the cellar is musty
The total coinage of the United signed the position of deputy district pneumatic dynamite gun.
and a disagreeable odor noticed the
States mints for the twelve months at orney.
Another valuable coal deposit has entire house is likewise a fleeted.
ending the calendar year of 1888 was
An effort is to be made in the Ne just bien discovered in D-.kota, three
$65 318,614, divided as follows: Gold,
A farm must not only be self-sup
miles north of Centerville.
$31,380,080; silver, $33,025,606; mi vada legislature to obtain a charter
porting but should pay a profit,
F O R 1 8 8 8 -8 9
fer a lottery.
The Italian railway system is un When the farmer reaches that stage
dergoing a radical reform to facilitate when he is compelled to borrow, or de
The Secretary of the Navy has is
the mobilization of troops.
pend on some income from another
sued peremptory orders to hasten the count of the recent riot at the New
The largest organ in the world is source, his farm is unprofitable, and
work of preparing the Uniteo States
he should then endeavor not only to
ships Atlanta, Vandalia and Mohican
The sealing schooners are all pre now being built in London for Syd
FNlnblÎNhed in 188*5.
discover the cause of his loss but also
for sea. It is reported that the last paring to leave British Columbia ports ney. It will cost about $75,090.
two named will be sent to Samoa to for the north.
France appears to be somewhat dis order that tlie farm may be self-suii-
reinforce the Nipsic
The repairing shops of the Oregon pleased over the debate in the U. S. porting.
A party of Dakota Democrats, re and Washington Territory road are to Senate on the Panama cal project.
The most disagreeable thing on the
cently elected delegates by
the be located at Walla Walla.
“ Live low and sparingly till my debts be paid; but let the learning of
Eugene Wetherill, husband of Em
farm in winter is mud, and, although
Mitchell convention, are now in Wash
the children be liberal; spare no cost, for by such parsimony all is lost that is
The lone highwayman appears to
ington, their object being to steure
died suddenly at Denver last week.
saved."— William Penn to hie U'ije.
some of its disadvantages may be
necessary legislation to carry into ef be busily engaged in holding up stage
fect the desires of the convention, and
they express the intention of remain
The wind from eastern Oregon sign of Samuel H. Kittson, of New location that allows an excess of wa
ing there until that is accomplished. blows alkali dust which settles on the York, for the monument to General ter to accumulate. When thQ cattle
are compelled to stand knee deep in
glass of the Fort Canby lighthouse,
The President gave a state dinner
mud there is a loss of animal heat, and
of forty-eight covers to members of
A colored man assauted a pretty
a greater proportion of food will be
the cabinet Friday night, the second Pasadena girl last week, and if he
required to keep them in condition.
E. H . W o o d w a r d , President,
of the winter’s series of official enter had been caught the mob would have from his admiring fellow-citizens of
tainments. The White House was lynched him.
handsomely di corated for the occa
Mrs. Parnell has deeded to her son, sour, as is the custom in the Holstein
Large numbers of miners are flock
J esse H o b so n ,
sion. A miniature lake, with banks ing to ihe gold mines in the Harqua- Charles Stewart Parnell, the Ironsides
lined with evergreens and red and Hala mountains in Yum a and Mari homestead and other property at fine aroma. Butter made from very
G eo rge W. M it c h e l l , Secretary and Treasurer,
sour cream is destitute of this aroma,
white roses, was the principal floral copa counties, A. T.
Bordentown, N. J.
and has tlie t.ste which the Holstein
B. C. M ile s .
Though nearly a million Lebel butter acquires after keeping some
John and Fred Mize, who attempted
Claus Spreckels lias made a state to murder their father-in-law, Henry rifles have been turned out in France, time. Stirring of cream does not pro
ment before the Senate committee of Caffery, at Santa Rosa, will have to the government workshops are still mote souring, but rattier hinders it bX
finance, concerning his experiments serve one year in San Quentin.
turning out 3000 a day more.
increasing access of air ; it may be ad
in the manufacture of beet sugar in
vantageous in making the souring
A Chinaman at Sacramento at
California, intended as an argument
against the proposed reduction of duty tempted to take a stone from a rail
E d w in M o r r is o n , B. S.,
Ferret breeding is a new and highly
on sugar and the substitution thereof road track, to prevent what he thought
proti.ablo branch of farming in Aus
of a bounty of 1 cent a pound. Dur would be an uccident, and was killed
M a r y E. M il e s , A. B.,
ing the Wearing it was intimated that by a passing train.
A celebrated team of bull-fighters tralia and New Zealand. One firm
the committee would insert in the bill
A nn a E . B e l l ,
The wife of Charles Allen, of Grass from Seville, Spain, performed before a large scale has contracted to supply
a provision, making the bounty of one Valley, has been sent to the insane 30,000 excited people at tjie City of
Four bulls were 14,000 ferrets per annum for three
cent a pound optrative until the year asylum. She fancies she is a bird, Mexico recently.
years to the government at 7s. 6 I. per
tries to imitate its twitterings and at
head, the creatures being delivered
Articles have been signed by Sulli when they ire three months old.
A lefier was laid before the Senate tempts to climb trees.
Friday from the Secretary of the
John Barry, a drunken scoundrel van and Kilrain for a fight near New They have on hand two hundred fer
9th month, 11, 1888
Fall Term begins
Treasury in reply to a resolution of at Portland, was arrested recently for Orleans for a purse of $10,000 and the rets and thirtv rabbits, and tlie milk
the Senate asking for copies of the rul whipping his wife’s dead body and diamond championship belt now held of three cows is required every day
11 til month, 30, 1888
Fall Term closes
for their food.
ing made by the department as to ti e dragging it from the bed to the floor, by the latter.
month, 3, 1888
classification of gill-nets made in because it would not rise at his bid
Winter Term begins
The most prominent, brigand in
For very early eggs warm, com
Scotland, and imported for salmon ding.
China, Ho Ta Lao-hu, has been cap fortable houses, proper fced, and good
3d month, 1, 1889
Winter Term closes
fisheries on the Pacific Coast. The
At a recent meeting of the Colum tured and killed. He was a giant, care are necessary. If the hens have
Secretary says no decision lias been
3d month, 4, 1889
to use all the feed they get to keep
Spring Term begins
made during the past year on gill-
themselves warm, if they are not sup
Union at Astoria, the price of salmon broad in proportion.
ili monili, 9 1889
nets ready and tit for use by salmon
for the next cannery season was set at
Five negro murderers were drowned plied with food containing egg-forming
$1 per fish if caught in cannery nets in Broad river, 8. C., a few days ago,
The memliers of the Senate commit and $1 25 if caught in private nets.
while struggling f ir the possession of kept clean and well ventilated, the
tee having charge of the tariff1 bill
Tlie colored church in Sacramento money they had just taken from the egg basket need not be a large one.
have decide.« to offer an amendment had a sensition last week, when the body of one whom they had murdered. The roof of the poultry house should
Friends’ Pacific Academy is located at Newberg, Yamhill county, Ore
he tight, the sides well battened and
making the duty on lumber $1.50 per j mi tor found a number of loud ciga-
Empress Frederick is understood to the knot-holes covered, or tlie entire
gon, on the Portland and Willamette Valley railroad, twouly-two miles from
1000 feet, a reduction of 25 per cent arelte pictures in tlie seat which has
in the bill as reported from the com- been occupied the previous evening have made friends with her eldest son. sides covered with tarred paper to pre
Portland, and one mile from Rogers’ Landing on Willamette river.
miitee. It was first proposed to make by a par y of young female members. the Emperor, but she failed to receive vent draughts, and the floor made in
It was opened for pupils September 28th, 1885, and had enrolled during
the customary Christmas present a way to take no drainage from the
the duty $1.25, but a compiomise on
the first week nineteen pupils. The seeond school year began September
outside and be perfectly dry.
a $1.50 rate was secured by the sena
13th, 1886, with an enrollment of twenty-six, and tlie present school year
ventilation, any plan whereby the
tors from the Northwest. A proviso the neighborhood of Elk Grove, Sac requested him not to send it.
opened September 12th, 1887, with an enrollment of fifty-one, and the wintei
will be inserted that this rata shall be ramento county, Cal., last month, and
James L. Wright, R. N. Keen, R. C. fowls can be supplied with pure fresh
conditional on Canaria removing her who left a piece of doggerel after him McAt.ley and Joseph 8. Kennedy, the air without being subjected to draughts
term, December 3d, witli an enrollment of 110.
to induce a believe in the proximity four original n.embeis of the Knights will answer.
export duty on lumber.
At the time of the opening of the school only the Academy building was
of Black Bart, lias been sentenced to of L ibor, have issued circulars to the
C. C. W. West, Governor of Utah,
On how many places is it a pleas
erected, and only the lower story of it was completed.
During the summer
ten years at San Quentin.
knights which are expected to over ure to visit the hen house? Although
is now in Washington. He intends to
of 1886 the biarding hall and three cottages for pupils boarding themselves
While passengers were being landed throw the Powderly administration in there has been a great change for the
appear before the House committee
were constructed, and during the summer of 1887 the hull for gymnasium
on territories to oppose the admission from’ the steamer Point Arena at Lit the order.
better during the last few years, the
of Utah as a stite. This sentiment, tle River, Mendocino county, last
hoys’ dormitories was commenced and the Academy building was com
The Czar is said to have become
he says, is shared by nearly every Gen week in a boat, the latter was capsize
The trustees hope to he able to add other buildings as they are
reconciled to Prince Alexander of Bat- all who are not obliged to visit it.
tile in tlie territory. West places his and Mrs. Kdday and the daughter of teDberg, owing to the kindly efforts of This is not surprising, as it is full of
needed. For (fatalogue or information address
objection on the broad ground that an assistant keeper at the light house a mo lierly Grand Duchess wiio takes lice in summer, and in winter is foul
Mormons are unfitted to exercise the at Point Arena were drowned.
E D W IN MORRISON, Principal.
interest in the Princess Victoria of with the stench from a year’s accu
rights of citizenship. He says: “ To
Last week, at Bonita, Graham Prussia, and wants to Bee the young mulation of filth. This need not and
Or E. H. W O O D W A R D , President of Board.
give these people sovereign rights, as county, A. T., several sheepmen were couple happy and married.
ought not to be. The poultry on a
proposed, would he to place every non- grazing their flocks neai the range of
place, especially if a pure breed is
Deputy Sheriff Moore, of Dallas, kept, should be a “ joy forever.” They
Mormon in Utah completely at their some Chiricahna cattlemen,
mercy. Under the territorial form of wanted the sheepmen to go elsewhere. Texas, twice rescued a burglar fiom never lo->e their interest. Each has
— “ I)o you know. Miss Belle, that
government we are protected by Con- A battle ensued and five sheep-herders the hands of a mob last week, and its individuality, its likes and dislikes,
LAWS OF FRANKLIN.
It's weally a waste of time to do so
giess ard the Executive. Confer the were killed and one cattleman each time ti e culprit was hanging like all other stock, and a half hour
from a tree. The second time the res spent in watching them is always full An A m e r i c a n S t a t e G o v e r n m e n t Which of P rof. Vincenzo Botta, himself a lit much thinking?" said Gus De Jay.
rigtit of Statehood upon Utah and the wounded.
K lo t i r l u h e d a C e n t u r y A g o .
cue was made the deputy tired upon cf pleasure, and seldom without profit.
“ It’ s quite vewy fatiguing to think.
Mormons would frame a constitution
not a generally-known his terateur of note, became distinguished
There is trouble over land claims at tlie lynchers and injured several.
and laws so unjust and arbitrary in
Something new can be learned at torical fact that from 1774 to 1784 ter early in life as Miss Anna Lyneh, tho you know.” “ Do you think so?"
“ Ya’ as; I sometimes really wondeh
their character tnat an outsider could Los Olivos. Squatters are flocking
The city council of Cheyenne, Wy. every visit.
ritory now known as Tennessee formed poetess. Later her “ Handbook of why we have bwatns anyhow.” ••Ob,
not live among t.iem. I favor leav in from all quarters and taking T., has closed the deal witli tlie Union
Wood ashes have too great a value
ing it a territory, but sc amending the possession of land on the Brinkerhoff Pacific and work-hops will be imme-
work, passed through a number of edi every tbiag has its purpose, Mr. De
law as to abridge the jiower of the and Laguna extension, near the town. liately established. The citizens of to lie wasted. Every farmer’s family 1785 tho Tennesseeans, becoming dis tions, and was adopted in most oolleges Jay. Brains are very useful to some
Tlie land in dispute is claimed to be Cheyenne are uveijoycd, a boom has should make its own soap supply. It satisfied with their government, or
people tc keep their heads from cav
is cheaper for the farmer to make1 ganized a State Government under the and schools as a text-book.
ing In, you know.” —Merchant Tróv
The National Woolgrowtr*' Associ part os the B.-ll ranch, between Los set in, and land in the neighborhood
ation met in convention at Washing Olivos and Lompoc, Santa B irbara has increased in value wonderiully ized on the farm, “ soap greare” is.
tained for «omo years. Tho State or one of the best paid literary men of
within the last few weeks.
ton last week.
Resolutions were county.
—Fond Father—“ 1 declare, Aggie,
either wasted or sold for a pittance. ' ganized afterward disbanded, and Ter
adopted declaring, tint while Con
The little daughter of L. 8. Kenne
M. Lucien ftaulard, who hid go After the ashes are leached they are ritorial Tsanossee was again annexed give him for his editorials on minor you are a perfect fac-simile of your
gress maintained a gene, a! policy of dy, living at Pilot Rock, had a nar-
large a share in the introduction of as gisxl as before for manure, where to North Carolina. The following is topics $3,000 a year; his monthly mother when she was your age.”
protection, the wool growers sad wool iow e.-cape fiom death la-t week. Two
the transformer system of electric tlie soil does not lack i»otash. If a 1
“ Ship” in 1Mngman's Magatinc brings Aggie (just home from boarding
manufacturers in the United States school-boys wire shooting at a mark, lighting, died recently in a lunatic teaspoonful of clean wood ashes is among the laws passed by the Legls- j
in $500 annually; his articles in school) — “ Pleaao call me Agonies,
have a right to demand that the du and while crossing a fi‘ Id on her way asylum in France. His friends at given every third day to horses i n 1 lature of the State of Franklin. We
the Saturday Itcvicw are said to be as papa. As you say, I presume I am
ties on wool and on woolen and worst to school the child was struck by a tribute his mental failure to the legal their feed they will will very rarely
remunerative as those in tho Lon- a fah sirnmoel of mamma in her
ed goods shall t* adjusted and main pas-tug bullet, inflicting a painful troubles he had ex|>erienced in con need condition powders. The same Webster on tho currency of 1838:
don Daily News; ho has a nandsomo I ^ »n g e r days.
fond lather (corn-
tained so as to secure to them the though not serious wouud above the nection witn iiis various patents.
amount given to cattle will have good State o f fra n k lin , and It la hereby enacted by I salary as “ reader" for le g m a n 's ; he "•»"‘ “ ff with him!,,,1, ln tho wlM,d',h“d
A meric an market
The n solutions right temple.
fev w rn,,,n‘ nU l » t e r ) - “ Papa! Mam-
results. Cattle, also swine, are fre tbe authority o f the l i n e , T hat from the l . t writes magazine articles and I-ondon I a
When Will Bright, son of John
protest against the senate tariff hi 1 so
Charles Johnson, recently an in
quently seen licking ashes where rub day o f January, ITS», the aalarleaof the oflloera j letters, and copyright receipts f.-sm his " i ina!
" ‘ ¡ Agonies? lah simmeel!! Jump-
far as it affects wool, and providing for mate of the British Columbia peniten Bright, wanted to reprove his fuller bish has been burned. The ashes o f thle C om m m w ealth be aa follow *:
Jerusalem! 1 1
what 1 I W
Hi* Kxcelency, the Governor, | per annum, books swell the list.
i in in’ Joru,ale*
a committee of seven to formulate tiary, and now a resident of Portland, >r the latter's severity for cornment- given to hogs may lie mixed with 1,1»*)
unc hundred and fifty dollars a term
such schedule of tar ff duties for wool was engaged last week in circulating
HI* Honor, tbe Chief Juatice, per annum, M0
their salt. Ashes correct acidity of
i for?” —Chicago Tribune.
Orator,” has been asked of Rev. Robert
is may be deemed just and nece-sary, a paper in Victoria loaded, “ Prison rule principles, the young men wrote:
the stomach and destroys some in The Secretary to HU E zce le n cy, the G ov Collyer. He answers thus in tho New
— Farmer (at country school) —“ Be
My dear father, these are not the
and to present the same to the finance ref()rm allj hidden secrets , a brief ac-
testinal worms. Wood ashes are a ernor. per annim . V»i raccoon *kln*.
1 you the teacher?" "Yes, sir.” “ 8o it
committee of t h e Sen'te and urge its ,-ount of the tyrany, injustice and op- kind of letters that should be ad valuable fertilizer for all crop», but es
The treaaurer to the State, 4Y) raccoon akina.
to say I try to say in tho simplest was you that thump -d the tar outen my
adoption. They further declare that i 1 pression practiced in the British Co- dressed by one statesman to another.” pecially for orchard crops. They con
Each county clerk 9r beaver akina.
Clerk o f House o f Common*. St» raccoon words I can find, and in hnppy
“ I did punish
the determination of the economic I lurnbia penitentiary.”
happy mo- '’"J *om last night?
It is expec ted that not more than
an unruly scholar." “ Punish! Wal.
and financial policy of this govern made against the officials are very se-
M embers o f the Aaaembly, per diem, three
one million pounds of tobaeco will he by plants. The fine condition and
ment is so important to wool-growing nous.-
Then I never make up my mind how I I should say so. You stamped on him
raised in Egypt this year, although,! peculiar proportion of Uieir ingre raccoon
Juatice*' fees for aixnlnf a warrant, one shall say them.
and all other industries and business
I leave all this to and slugged him an' ended by kickin'
George Vanderbilt, the millionaire three million pound* have been pro-1 dienta make th<-ir real agricultural m uskrat akin.
of the nation as to «q u ire immediate
some swift intuition of tho instant him clear across the school yard. Is
and definite legislation, and if this son of the late Wm. H. Vanderhdt,
and the holy spirit of the truth, and that oorrect?” “ Pretty near.” “ Let
puted from chemical analysis. Coal mink akin.
I have to
shall not be accomplished during the has purchased a tract of 30IJ0 acres of reuse is owing to the recent action of ashes are comparatively worthless,
Enacted Into the law the ISth day o f O ctober, know beforohnnd that, if the thing is me shake hands with yon.
ItMt under tbe m eat »,,*[ 0f the Slate.
pre-ent Congre-s an early extra ses valuable land in North Carolina. It he Khedive in putting a tax of
but wood ashes should never be
sion of the 51st Congress is recom is believed he intends to erect a $157 GO on each acre of ground de thrown away.
Collyer, It will bo all right when I am son Tom, for Til he hanged If Lean do
voted to this crop.
Umu’ ^b ”
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