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T H E P R E S E N T O U T L O O K R E G A R D O L D L IB B Y P R ISO N TO BE R E M O V E D
IN T A C T TO C H IC A G O .
IN G G E R M A N IN T E R F E R E N C E .
IN H U M A N T R E A T M E N T O F P R IS O N -
E R S IN A P E N IT E N T IA R Y .
A P L A N F O R TH E R E C L A M A T IO N O F
P E A R A N D P E A C H TR EE S.
A n O h io M u r d e r e s s t o o D e p ra v e d fo r
th e G a llo w s —A R e m a r k a b le W ell
M rs L a n g t r y ’s Im p o r ta tio n o f B lo o d e d
S t o c k —T h e L a k e W a s h in g to n C a -
T he E ffe c t o f T o o M u c h P epper in th e
F o w l’s F o o d —B is u lp h id e o f C ar-
N e a r P itt s b u r g —F ru it o f th e
D im e N o v e l In B o s to n
n a l—S u r v e y of R e s e r v a tio n s
A B r u te ’s D eserts.
A N o v e l S c l e m e fo r C o a s t D e fe n c e —T he
R e p o r t o f M e x ic a n O u tr a g e s U n
f o u n d e d - M o r e B ills fo r Ter
r ito ria l A d m is s io n .
R A T ttii
H ubarrlption P r ic e P a y a b le
ably la A d v a n ce.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Sil I I M K I P T I O . V
Three Months. ............................
In v a ri
Address. G raphic , Newberg, Oregon.
as an A n t t s e p t t c -A
M o d e l B arn -ya rd .
General Payne has sold the yacht
The Southern Pacific is believed to
International money orders have
Very cold weather does not injure
be building into San Diego behind tlie stock hs much as dampness. A mod
been increased from $50 to $10li.
The wife of the Czar of Russia has
erately cold day, with a driving rain
Charges of bribery were made in
Reports from the Harqua Hala storm, causes more illness to stock
the Senatorial contest in Minnesota.
A threshing machine iu England is mines in Arizona are now discourag than severe cold on a dry, clear day.
The Senate has adopted the sugar
ing, and many pros|iectors aie return-
bounty amendment to the tariff’ bill. run by electricity.
The flower-bed for the next year
may he made very rich by scattering
Teams crossed over the Mississippi j tog-
The Lord Mayor of London gave a
Charles Lumsteller was arrested at the sweepings of the poultiy-house
banquet last week in honor of Mr. on the ice last week.
Phelps, the American ambassador.
All the American war ships will Port Townsend last week, charge'd over it. Soapsuds may also be well
i with the murder of his wife in Miune- utilized by throwiug
on -th «
The Secretary of Stale lias received soon be leady for sea.
| s o la .
a cable from the consul at Colon, say
A portion of the imperial palace at
An examination of the great regis-
If the bulbs of certain flowers start
ing that affure on the Isthmus are Peking lias been burned.
ter of San Diego gives promise of evi- to sprout while in the cellar it indi
The Mormon settlers in Minnesota | uence of fraud of a sensational char
cates that they are kept too warm.
The English cabinet disclaims co are selling out and going to Utah.
They should keep cool enough to re
operation with the United States re
Oranges are now beiug moved in
The leading men iu New Mexico main iu a dormant condition until
garding ttie present misunderstanding Florida in bulk, the same as potatoes.
say that the Territory is more in need spring. ¡Sprouting injures them.
The Mah li’s followers are said to of public schools than State govern-
The object of the farmer in feeding
Vice President-elect Morton has have made a saint of Geueial Gordon. ment.
animals through the winter should be
leased the residence of Alex Graham
Three murders similar to those of
Arlee, chief of the Flathead Indians, for profit. Feeding stock to gain a
Bell, at Washington, and will occupy
the Whitechapel fiend have been per proposes to inaugurate important re profit from is a nice point, and re
it for the next four years.
petrated in Jamaica.
forms on the reservation among the quires study and attention. It is not
The supreme court has decided that
Three hundred houses were de tribes.
enough to feed a sufficient quantity,
a broker who fails to obey the instruc
stroyed by an earthquake in the Saba-
The bill to remove the capital of but the feed must be of such a nature
tions of his principal in a Btock trans
ret valley, Asia Minor.
Prescott to Pheenix as is best for accomplishing the ob
action, is liable for damages.
The house in which Lord Byron was passed the Territorial council Thurs ject of feeding.
The United States District Court, at
Bisulphide of carbon is one of the
Balimore, in a recent d< cision, says born in London will be demolished, to
W. B. Reynolds, of Healdsburg, best and cheapest antiseptics and in
that the law of civil rights must be
The cotton crop this oear will be has been appointed inspector of Chi secticides. Already more than 8,000,-
interpreted by public opinion.
nese for the Coast, as provided by the 000 pounds of it are used annually to
Dispatches have been received at the largest ever made, and will ap-j Scott law.
check the ravages of phyloxera, the
the State department from the Amer-
Mrs. Langtry has purchased an im scourge of European vineyards. Bi
A Paris letter states that the whole
Jcan minister at Berlin in regard to
the Samoan question.
Their con of DeLessepe’ fortune disappeared in ported thoroughbred stallion and four sulphide of carbon has an extremely
imported broodmares, for her Califor offensive odor, and is highly inflam
the Pauama canal scheme.
tents are withheld from the public.
mable and explosive.
A late dispatch to a French journal
Feeding pepper often to fowls as a
from Zanzibar says an American sail
raid last Thursday on the opium dens regular appetizer is a bad practice.
ing vessel, bound from Zanzibar to of Oklahoma for settlement.
Madagascar, was fired on by a German
It cost a Nebraska county nearly of that city, and captured twealy-tive Although a very little will do no harm,
yet the continued use of the condi
vessel. One of her mas's was broken. $3000 to run the poor farm last yeai. Chinamen.
There is great dittumlty in landing ment is liable to cause liver complaint.
It is chirged that attorneys and There were but two paupars.
middlemen h tve used up ove: $1,000,-
The 8t. Lawrence river rose thir provisions on Destruction island to Warm feed tends to have the same
000 of the $2,000,000 awarded by Con teen feet in four hours, last week, and j supply the men building the light stimulating effect without possessing
the injurious qualities of the cayenne.
gress to the Choctaw claimants and submerged the wharves of Montreal, j house there.
that the latter will get little or noth
The only way to make roosts is to
There is apprehension of trouble: The mail service on route from
during the centennial celebration o f 1 Hillsboro to Portland, comm encing make them on a movable frame, that
United States Consul Willard, at the French revolution next summer. February 1, has been increased to six may be taken out of doors, there to
times a week.
he scalded with boiling water in which
Guiymas, Mexico, has sent a dispatch
Duiing the past two months Mrs.
John T. Black, under indictment is a little crude carbolic acid. Make
to the State depaitment denying the James G. Blaine, jr., lias been study
report that a number of American cit ing hard for her debut on the profes for the murder cf his brother last May, the roosts all on a level and not more
died in the county jail at Virginia than two feet high, thereby prevent
izens had been killed by the Indians sional stage.
ing much quarreling and the humble
City last week.
A young physician of Fall River,
Many leading Senators and Repre Mass., is laid up with a disease of the
Reports from Helena, Montana, say foot.
The kind of feeding that keeps a lot
sentatives of all parties scout the idea tongue, attributed to excessive ciga that indications point to the fact that
of a war between the United States rette smoking.
there will be no little activity in rail of pigs or Stockers from three to Bix
and Germany. Nevertheless the arm
road enterprises in that vicinity the months without grain is a total loss
On December 1, three strong earth coming season.
of grain; also, a loss of time in the
ament and equipment of war ships
is being pushed at the various navy- quakes were felt in Iquique, Peru,
The e s t im a te d c o a l of c u l l i n g a ca maturing of the animals. That is
with an intermission of only from five nal from Lake Washington to the toilless feeding that cai r'i a lot ot
to nine seconds.
Sound, so as to admit deep sea vessels hogs through winter on oue class of
Representative Springer will intro
feed. The need of variety brings them
Dr. J. Mille Jenkin, who correctly to the lake, is $1,500,000.
duce in the House another omnibus
to the boneyard when grass is almost
bill, providing an enabling act for the locutid the bulletin G irfield’s body,
Miss Nellie Reach, who was so in sight.
admission of Arizona, Idaho and W y dropped dead at Wilkesbare, Penn , of frightfully stabbed by an unknown
oming. The bill embodies all the apoplexy, last week.
A farmer with considerable exper
man at her homo near Colton, Cali
A dispatch from Sydney, N. S. W., fornia, recently, will recover.
features of the omnibus bill recently
ience who has siloed clover for iwo
passed by the House.
William Johnson while trying to years, says if it, should be left to will
Petitions, said to contain the signa taken Malietoa, < x king of Samoa, to discharge a gun at Hillsboro, F riday, oh the ground for two hours after cut
tures of 14,174,734 persons, were filed the Marshall islands.
received the whole charge in the side ting, and each day’s filling of the silo
he allowed to heat before the fresh
William Pierce, probably the oldest oi the head, killing him instantly.
in the Senate at Washington last
week, praying for the passage of Sen convict in New York in point of I The grand jury of Elko county, Ne cover is added, and the sides, not the
ator Bl iir’s S u n d a y rest bill, and all continual penal servitude, has been vada, calls upon the Elko delegation Center, kept thoroughly tramped, the
were prepared, bill and all, by the discharged from the asylum for in to the legislature to vote against the clover will come out moist and green,
and the cattle will relish it as
Temperance sane criminals.
lottery bill contemplated by that body.
thoroughly as summer pasture,
A rocking stone in New Marl-1
Resolutions were adopted at a mass
The conferress on the bill to amend borough, Mats., is so nicely balanced meeting held at North Yakima, last
To make pullets trot along toward
the interstate commerce law upon that, notwithstanding it weighs many | week, urging the Governor to call a maturity with a wonderful accelerated
three amendments of importance tons, the pressure of a single finger is j constitutional convention to adopt a pace, give them every morning a
agree, with the exception that the sufficient to move it about an inch.
warm feed of bran and shorts and
House members recede from the one
ground oats mixed up with milk, or
The Canadian Knights of Lalxjr are
nquiring the commissioners to adopt seeking to secure the exclusion of for
meat stock in which is a little salt. At
uniform claeiifications for all rail eign labor from the Dominion, and de has acquired control of all parlor car noon give a feed of meat, and at night
nutnd that the government p iy no country, with the exception of the all the wheat they will eat and a little
left to scratch for the next day. In ad
A letter from the Secretary of the more money to secure immigration.
Wagner, which is used on the Vander
dition to this provide green food,
Interior in response to a Senate reso
Joaquin Miller lias fini-hed the bilt lines.
crushed bones and pure water, and
lution, says there is not on the files novel he was to write, as his contri
The badly decomposed body of a give each day one heavy feed of brok
■of his department anything to show bution to the literary syndicate. It
what part the citizens of Washington is entitled “ The Buried River.” He supposed German, about sixty years en dishes; they will be eaten with
Territory and Idaho took in volun was engaged hut six days in its com of age, was found near San Rafael, avidity.
California, last week, in a tree, about
teer service to suppress the Nez Per- position.
Freezing of the food and water will
fifteen feet from the ground. A raised
be one of the difficulties this winter
A remarkable well has just been umbrella wbb above the body.
The report of the commissioner of struck at Pittsburg, Penn. It pro
as usual. The troughs become ice
About $40,000 of the $50,000 re
schools of Utah, for the year 1888, duces at one and the same lime pure,
bound and the soft food freezes rap
8ays the taxation in the crrilory for cold water, salt water and a flow of
idly when the weather is severe. In
school ) urposts is in insufficient. And gas that when ignited illumines the
such cases it is best to water the stock
that the leaders of the Mormon entire surroundings.
at intervals rather than to keep water
capitalists have been talking of start
church are actively pushing the
The Empress of Germany cannot ing at that place, has been subscribed. in the troughs. If you have no ar
scheme to establish Mormon denomi
rangement for warming water, try the
use the imperial crown on her coat of
Surveyor General Green, pursuant plan of a Western farmer, who heats
national schools in each county in the arms, but must be content with the in
stones and drops one in the trough
signia of the Queen of Prussia. This
Congressman Morrow says his views is the latest token of the filial affec ment at Washington, has posted no when the water is pumped in. It is
tices calling for bids for the survey of better, however, to warm the water,
of the Samoan affair are positive, and tion of her eldest boy.
the Blackfoot, Fort Belknap and Fort using a boiler or steam-pipe, and if
that the statu quo at the time the rep
The prige fight between Frank P< ck Indian reservations in northern there is a large number of animals it
resentatives of the United States, Ger
will pay to do so.
many and England met, must be re Shepley, of Helena, and John Cronin, Montana.
stored, and this w< nld necessitate the of New York, which took place at
The Union of Walla Walla is pub
A person who has some old pear
replacement ol King Malietoa in the
lishing communications from convicts trees that have about run out, asks
position he was so unjustly removed brutal affair. Cronin was knocked in- in the penitentiary concerning the in advice of Popular Gardening and re
by the German agents sent to the Mar sibleand seriously injured.
human treatment of prisoners in that ceives the following: Try the plan of
At Boston Sunday George Gretzen- institution. If the charges are true digging a shallow trench, say one foot
The Canadian lumbermen are re gar, ag.-d twenty, held up his fathi r th>< prison authorities should he re deep, six to eight feet away from the
joicing over a measure which has with a pistol and secured $10. After moved forthwith.
body of the tree, and throwing into
been introduced in Congress, and ward he attempted to hold up his
A requisition has been issued by this a liberal supply of soda, leaf mold,
claim that it will pro'ect the Cana mother but she called the police. He
ashes, lime and manure and covering
dian forests from American invaders. shot two policemen before he eur- the Governor of Oregon to the Gov with earth, and then cut away all dead
It is provided that no raft of logs or re ud red.
to the sheriff of Multnomah county of limbs and give the body and limbs a
timber shall be brought into or taken
Libby prison is to go to Chicago Morris John-on, William Ashton, good coat of whitewash. We have
out of any harbor or |>ort of the Unit
seen old peach trees renewed beyond
ed States or brought into or upon any Tiie w rk of taking s|>art the old Dick Rogers and Agnes Woodward, beliei by this process.
of the gieat lakes, from any part of structuie is now going on in Rich charged with the murder of Cunning
mond, V a , and as the bricks and ham, in Portland, last year.
In some cases a large barnyard
It is stated that a powerful com beams are displaced they are num
Arminta Gardner, of Union county, might well be divide! into two or
pany of capi'alists has proposed to bered so that the building can 1« put has been placed in the insane asylum more smaller ones for different classes
the government a plan to defend the together again just as it stood in Vir at Salem. She is but sixteen years of live stork. A fruitful source of loss
entrances to the harbors by forcing ginia. The interior of the old prison old, and has been a mother for the is the keeping of weak animals with
petroleum to the surface of the water is to be used as a sort of war museum. past fifteen months. The author of vigorous on« s ; young with o ld ;
through pipes laid at the bottom, and
The colored washerwomen of Al her ruin, an I also of her insanity, is horses with cattle, sheep and hogs.
igniting it with a burning bomb, thus bany, G a ., have served notice uj>on named Wiggins, and is serving a ten By letting one set of animals out of
stables or pens atone time anil another,
creatir g a sea of fire through which Chung Lee, a Chinese laundryman years’ sentence for the outrage.
it may lie possible to get along with a
the enemy’s fleet must pass. An ex who arrived there recently, that he
Jacob Wilkerson, the colored man single yar«l, yet ths best plan, when
periment is soon to be made, tlie nec must leave the city at once. A year
who was sent to San Quentin in 1872 much stock is kept, is to have several
essary apparatus being now ready.
ago they drove a couple of Chinamen for forty-five years, for the murder of
Germany’s views of the .Samoan out i f the city by force. The China
a woman in San Francis« o, was par
muddle and the Z <nzit>ar question,I man says he will go.
doned in 1876 on the condition that
Why more men do not make the
causes dis'rnct in English admiralty
Puillip O'Brien, of San Francisco, lie would leave the State and never dairy pay is because they refuse to be
circles. Mysterious silence is main-' committed suicide last Saturday, by
tamed r 'g u d in g Gtrniany's naval j taking poison. Phillip, his sou, shot return. He went to Honolulu, but lieve that there is any study or inves
returned a few days ago, and was tigation needed in regard to the care,
Among leading men | and fatally wounded one
Barnej recognized by the police and warned treatment and management of the
in Washington tl e i lea prevails that K »«engrave in lg87, for which he was
to leave. He waa arrested Thursday dairy. If they chance on a success
the preseni truble between this coun sentenced to the penitentiary for ten
night on the charge of Jrunkenness, they call it luck, and if they fail they
try will have a tonden -y to cause Con- years. Mrs. O'Brien was so afiected
and ia row in the city prison. The never investigate ths matter to see
gre«s to vote »utfi.ier.t money for the
that she «b o died oi bereavement over police will a-k Governor Waterman wherein they fail, so as to steer clear
proper p otectioo of our coast cities
to revoke Wilkerson’« pardon.
her double lose.
of a repetition.
PACI FI C A C A D E M Y
1"< ) R
1 8 8 8 -8 0
Kfiitabliidlied in 1 8 8 5 .
“ Live low and sparingly till my debts be paid; but let the learning of
the children be liberal; «pare no cost, for by such parsimony all ia lost that is
saved.”— William Penn to his wife.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
E H. W o o d w a r d , President,
J k sse E d w a r d s ,
J b ssk H o b s o n .
W. M itch k m ., Secretary and Treasurer,
il k s .
E d w in M o r r i s o n , B .
E . M ilit a , A . B .,
A nna E . B ell ,
Fall Term begius
Dili month, 11, 1888
F dl Term eloses
lltli m onth,30, 1888
Winter Term h« gina
12th month, 3, 1888
Winter Term closea
Spring Term begius
3d month, 4, 1889
Spring Term closes
5th month, fi 1889
Announcement and Prospectus.
Friends’ Pacific Academy is located at Newherg, Yamhill county, Ora
gon, on the Portland anil Willamette Valley railroad, twenty-two miles from
Purtland, and one mile from Roger«’ Landing on Willamette river.
It was opened for pupils September 28lli, 1885, and had enrolled during
the first week nineteen pupils. The second bc I ioo I year began September
13th, 1886, with an enrollment of twenty-six, and the present school year
opened September 12th, 1887, witli an enrollment of fifty-one, and the winter
term, December 3d, with an enrollment of 110.
At the time of the opening of the school only the Academy building waa
erected, and only the lower story of it was completed.
During the summer
of 1886 tne hoarding hall and three cottages for pupils boirding themselves
were constructed, and during the summer of 1887 the hall for gymnasium
and boys’ dormitories was commenced and the Academy building w a com
The trustees hope to be able to add other buildings as they are
For Gatalogue or information address
E D W IN M ORRISON, Principal.
Or E. H. W O O D W A R D , President of Board.
-E x -K in g Frances of Naples Is re
Thames river still goes on. It began called by tho controversy now going
seven years ago. At last accounts 300 on in regard to the length oi skirts of
—Ill Japan no article le s s than on*
trees and 1,300 bowlders had been stage women. During hD reign in
thousand years old are admitted to
taken out. The latter varied in weight Naples ho insisted on tho gowns of the
from one to four tons.
ballet girls reaching below the knees
—Among the permanent residents ol
—Tho only great combination we and also obliged them to wear green
Paris, it is said, the exiles ol Russian
nobility are the most noted for extrav can confidently approve is the Matri underwear.
A t t ìn t i > • has been called to an interest
monial Trust, an arrangement by
agance and prodigality of life.
ing re m it -1 tho estab.lshinent o f Schools
—A physician at the annual meeting
! for d eaf and dumb people. “ Tho establish
of the American Academy of Medicine band the work of earning monoy, and ment o f d -a f m ule schools, in which u visual
made the statement that tho Injection ho trusts to her good judgment In ex language Is taught w hich tho pupils land
their InMrurtorsi alone understand, tends
of morphine in Franco is to day almost pending it.— Western Plowman.
to bring them intorloseassociation with one
— Happiness Is like manna. It Is to another, and notw rally, with this seclusion,
a matter of fashion.
—The International Hygienic Society be gathered In tho grains and enjoyed .u-quuintanr «ripens into friendship, loveund
of I-ondon 1 1 starting street stands in every day; it will not keep, It can not inter mai rhige. and stulist its show that, in
different parts of that city where ladles be accumulated; nor neod wo go out this war. n deaf variety of man is iu process
of being b lilt up
may send their parcels, leave their ourselves, nor into remote places, to
— Kentucky is as famous for its wlde-
cloaks and arrange their toUet when gather It, since It has rained down
from Heaven, at our very doors, or ipread and critical knowledge of tho
on shopping tours.
llible as for its sensatlve appreciation
—It is proposed in England t*» pro rather within them. srrv * *
of red-eye. The newspapers dowa
vide judges at race tracks with an in-
—A Michigan man, indtgginga well, there aro many of them daily com
stantamwius photographing apparatus
struck a s^in of water which he mentaries. Here is a sample para
by which to tell beyond possibility of thought contained mineral properties, graph from the 8cottsvllle Sentinel.-
mistake what horse has won in a Hose and was disgusted to find that he had “ Milk makes most people bilious, and
honey gives most people the colio.
tapped a sewer.
—A pound of bread, which In Ger
—The live great continental powers Therefore a land flowing with milk
many costs twenty-one pfennlge, can of Europe now havo 12,000,000 men un mil honey is not as desirable as one
be hail at a few minutes’ j«»irnoy over der arms, not to mention the naval dripping with tree molasses and flour
the Swiss border for seventeen pfen- armament«! almost double In size the butter-rakes.”
nige. And. of course, every body with whole sea fighting force of the world
—“ The form in which women shall be
in easy distance patronizes tho Swiss twenty years ago.
taught and the subjects that they shall
bakers, carrying back imly the exact
—The citizens of Dijon boast that itudy are of minor importance, and
amount of import allowed to pass duty have tho oldest poplar In Franco, but time will settle them. The great desid
just how old it is no one knows. It Is eratum is that they be given the col
—The tedious work of removing 122 feet high, forty-five feet In circum legiate education when they need It,
bowlders and the remoast* of an ference at the base, and twenty-three and that they can be the judges of their
ancient forest from the hid ef the feet In circumference fifteen feet from own needs.1'—Arthur Oilman.
F O R E IG N
G O S S IP .