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MISCELLANEOUS.
THE PACifIC COAST.
0,
1889.
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Address, GHai-mc, Newberg, Oregon.
AGRICULTURAL.
HAYTIAN P R IV A T E E R S BEIN G F IT ­ E LE C TO R A L ME S E N G E R S R E FU SE D THE TRAGIC DEATH O F A FA R M ER T H E SE C R ET O F BREEDING AND
T H E IR M ILA G E.
FE ED IN G CATTLE.
AT SANTAQUIN. U TAH.
TED OUT IN N E W YORK.
arlo w B and o f T e x a s D esp eaad o s A n tag o n ism B etw een th e G o v ern o r an d T he P ro per M an ag em en t of Seed P o a-
G e rm an G o v ern m en t S pt a En R o u te to The D M isban
d -T h e P re sid e n t an d C a sh ­
to e s -T h e A d v an ta g es o f W ell-
L eg isla tu re o r New M exico—P ro s­
th e U nited S ta te s —S a m o an M a t­
ier o f a .G eo rg ia B a n g In
t hod H o rse s—A R eceipt for
p e c to rs o n th e Island o f T ex-
te s B ecom ing M ore S e—
J
a
il
fo
r
T
h
eft.
P reserv in g Eggs.
a
d
a
—M
inor
M
ention.
rlo u s—L an d M atter«.
Clear Lake hank, at Mason City, Baker City, Oregon, is lighted with Grooming should be thoroughly per­
It is asserted in Washington by The has
closed its doors.
gas.
formed on every hone at least once a
those in a position to know that mat­ Iowa,
Snow fell at Pensacola, Fla., last Diphtheria is almost epidemic atS!. day.
Never groom a bore in its stab
ters have reached a serious state in Sa­ week,
the first time in 22 years.
while the l orse is eating, but t ke i
Helena.
moa. The natives have worsted the
Germans repeatedly, and according to Mr. Jas. G. Blaine, jr., has signed a Osgood,Ban Diego county, has a new out for the purpo.-e. Otherwise tin
du-t and dirt which fill the air becomes
late di-patches Germany now proposes 1 contract to go on the stage for threw pcsto flice.
with the horse’s feed, making it
to subdue them by preventing arms years.
Rtdding is to have a new three-.-tory mixed
unpalatable and unwholesome.
being sent in. The newspapers read Two school children near Hitchcock, hotel and opera house.
by Americans hive been suppress« d, j D. T , perished in the snow storm of Foreslville, Sonouia county, is to Breeding sows should he given com­
and the police of Apia are openly con­ iast week.
fortable, clean quartws, with freedom,
build a $20,000 hotel this spring.
trolled by Germans.
or, at least, the liberty ol a yard largi
The W est V irgiuia D em ocratic leg
Fires
of
unknown
origin
are
becom­
enough for moderate exercise. Do not
A private cablegram recently re­ islative caucus has agreed to support ing quite frtquent at LosAngeles.
them run witli cattle or hursts,
ceived at Washington announces that Kenna for the senators hip.
A three point buck was lassoed while let
though, they should have generous
the German government has oided a The messenger with the electoral swimming
in
Putah
creek
la.-t
week.
and plentiful rations of bran and!
military attache to report at Wash- j vote of Florida did not leave the state.
A Mrs. Gubleman is charged with other muscle-forming food, hut not '
ington to tlie German minister. His No reasou is given for doing so.
the crime of murdering her infant much Indian corn or meal. Skim
business, it is said, is to investigate
and Staynor were unable to ob­ child
at Woodland.
milk, bran, oil-meal, boiled to a thin
and report to his government every- j tain Ives $230,000
hail, and are locked up Janies
gruel, peas, etc., are good foods for
thing of interest concerning the Amer-1 in Ludlow street
Corrigan,
lately
from
Kansas,
jail, New York.
them.
ican army and navy.
while
drunk,
was
kill
by
the
cars
at
Ex-Goveruor Porter, of Indiana, is Fresno recently.
management of seed potatoes
The Republican Senators in caucus authority
the statement that War­ For 25-cents the hack drivers at is The
one
of the important arts of the
have adopted a resolution insisting i ner Miller for
will be in the cabinet.
potato grower. The chief point is to I
upon the admission as States of North j It is anticipated
Walla
Walla,
W.
T.,
will
take
a
person
about 30 men any part of the city.
prevent them from sprouting, ami foi :
and South D.-kota, Montana and will be discharged that
F O R 1888-80
from the apprais­ to Thirty
this purpose a low temperature as near
Washington. While it is regarded as j ers’ office at New York
thousand
acres
of
grain
will
in a day or be planted in tho San Jacinto Valley, to the freezing as is possible, without
expedient that the two Dakotas hold
touching it, is desirable. Nearly ev­
a constitutional convention, the Sena­ two.
San Diego county, this season.
tors are resolved that another vote The House committee on commerce The boys at Sonoma celebrated the erywhere farmers find that the late
shall not be required upon the ques- i will recommend the building of a arrival of the hook and ladder truck varieties of potatoes are more product
FmlabliHlied in 1883.
ive than the early ones. Is not this
lion of division. There is a disposi- I lighthouse near the mouth of the by a torchlight procession.
due to the fact that early varie­
tion for the adoption of a non-parti­ Siuslaw river, Or.
cantilever bridge over the Ump­ partly
ties have been injured by sprouting,
san course in regard to New Mexico. Jack Carkeek, the Cornish wrestler, qua The river
at
Winchester,
Or.,
has
been
while late varieties are less liable to
The case brought in the interest of defeated Tom Cannon, the English
it is said to be a fine struct­ this
injury.
some Oregon settlers has been de- i champion, at Milwaukee, last week— accepted;
“Live low and sparingly till my debts he paid; but lot the learning of
ure.
The
following receipt has been tried |
cided by the commissioner of the gen­ best three in five falls.
th*
ohildrtu
be liberal; spare no cost, for hy such parsimony all is lost that is
Bannock
Indians,
now
visiting
Pi-
eral land iflice. Heretofore thectticej President Tolleron and Cashier utes and Washoes, in Washoe county, by a lady who says she has eggs that j
aaved."— William Penn to his wife.
has ri quired a new publication and Richards, of the Mercantile Banking gave a peace dance at Reno on the were preserved by it four years. They
are still good. Take one pound of
new proof in cases where claimants
at Atlanta, On., have been 26th ult.
unslacked lime aud one pint of com­
have made pro«! at a day other than Company,
sent
to
prison
for
theft.
The dedication of the Odd Fellows’ mon salt to two gallons of soft water.
that indicated in the notice of publi F. J. Marshall, formerly cashier of hall,
at Redding, was attended with Put your eggs on end, in layers, in
cation, or taken before an officer other the Northern Pacific Express Compa­ impressive
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
ceremonies and proved a any good tight vessel—a jar is good.
than that named in the notice. The ny, at St. Paul, is under arrest for great success.
When as full as you wish, make
practice now will be to receive the embezzling money from the company.
proof and submit the entry to a board The Indianapolis people are await­ The Arizona legislature have moved euougli of the brine to completely •
I. H. W oodward , President,
Newherg
of equitable adjudication, where, if ing with patience "the report of the the eapital from Piescott to Phmnix, cover the eggs. If you put the eggs j
J
BBSs
E
dwards
,
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Newberg
there are no o'her irregularities, the
where the legislature will assemble in down as gathered each day, add some i
jury to see the names of those about
of
the
briue
so
as
to
keep
all
complete­
entry will be approved and recom­ grand
ten
days.
J rssb H obson . ................................................
Newherg
who have had bills returned against A new steamboat, to be named the ly covered all the while.
menced for a patent.
them.
G
roror
W.
M
itchell
,
Secretary
and
Treasurer,
-
Newherg
Commissioner Wright, of the de­
Tacoma, which is to run be­ In breeding and feeding cattle the
Marlow gang of deperadoes, on Mount
tween
Tacoma
and
Whatcom,
W.
T.,
partment of labor, has submitted a the The
first
legitimate
purpose
is
to
make
the
B. C . M
.
.
.
.
.
Newherg
border of Texas and the Indian was contracted for lately.
report vhich relates entirely to the Territory,
animal do the very best that it will.
been broken up, Boone Governor Ross and the New Mexico The
subject of werkiug women in large Marlow, tlia has head,
saving
of
food—in
the
direction
being killed, and legislature are at swords points. All of depriving the stock of all that it
cities. The report b I iows that the his two brothers wounded.
working women are practically girls,
vetoes are passed over his head and will eat—has no place in the calcula­
FACULTY.
whose average age is twenty-two years, Senator Stewart received yesterday his
tion at all. It is true that in some
nearly
all
his
appointments
are
pigeon
from
the
Nevada
legislature
a
memo­
and that out of the 16 427 cases inves­
cases the animal will cat its head off,
tigated, only 183 were in bad health. rial to President-elect Harrison, re­ holed.
E r w in M o r r is o n , B. B.,
-
-
-
Principal
that will occur only with scrub
Prospectors
are
staking
off
all
of
the
the appointment of a Pacific island of Texada, where the recent though
stock.
But
in
such
cases
the
animal
At a recent meeting of the Ameri­ questing
U .M E. Milan, K. B.,
-
-
should be g o t rid o t. U d o cs n o t de­
c a n H liip p irg a n d In d u s tria l le a g u e , Coast man in his cabinet.
find is reported. Many miners stroy
Assistant*
the rule that profitable dairying
Gen. Joe Wheeler, of Alabama, was The shortage of Moore, tlie Indian­ gold
from
British
Columbia
and
Puget
A nna E. B ell ,
.
.
.
.
demands abundant food and good
elected president for the ensuing year. apolis agent of the Connecticut Mutual Sound have gone there.
Resolutions wire adopted favoring the Insurance Company, may reach to The child of William Allen wi • food.
passage of a tonnage bill, which asks 11,000,000. He has been missing for burned to death at the Stonewall Mins Probably meal will finish up a steer
for an allowance from the govern­ three days, and i3 believed to be in settlement,
CALENDAR.
Sail Diego county, yestei* better than ear corn, but for the bulk
ment for United States built and Canada.
The clothing of the child was of the feeding there are no trials to
owned vessels, of 30 cents a ton for Julian C. McClure, a prominent day.
which we can point that show in favor
in some unknown way.
each 1000 miles sailed, or steamed; man of Jackson county, Ind., has dis­ ignited
Fall Term begins
bili monili, 11, 1888
of
meal over whole corn. A step still
Mrs.
E.
Parks,
who
lives
near
Ban-
also favoiiug a system of coast de­ appeared. It was reported that he is | gor, Butte county, fell into the Forbes- further
in
the
right
direction
is
to
feed
11
tli monili, 30, 1888
Fall Term clones
fenses; the building and iquipment short in his accounts as guardian of town flume Sunday. She shot the unhusked corn, fodder and all, to the
of a strong navy ; the improvement of minor heirs to the amount of $23,000. durne, a distance of three-quarters of cattle. Buch innovations may appall
12th monili, 3, 1888
Winter Term begins
harbors and rivers throughout the Keeley, of motor fame, who had a mile, without injury.
many farmers, but what we are drift­
whole couniry; adequate compensa­ been imprisoned for contempt of court
3d month, 1, 1880
Winter Term closes
toward is not more complicated
tion for carrying the mails; and the in not answering questions propound­ The survey of the Blackfoot, Fort ing
methods
of
feeding,
but
big
crops
to
Bpring
Term
begins
3d month, 4, 1880
Belknap
and
Fort
Peck
resetva'ions,
passage of a navy reserve bill.
ed to him, has been released, because Montana, has been advertised for. feed, better stock to feed it to, and
The Haytian minister at Washing­ the case in which he was under exam­ in
rational methods of getting
full month, 9 1880
Hpring Term closes
About 17,000,000 acres will he thrown simple,
ton has informed the secretary of ination was not fairly at issue.
feed
to
the
animals.
open
to
the
public.
state that several vessels are being Rudolph Ericsson, of New Britain,
fitted out at New York for an expe­ Conn., inventoi of the new explosive, A move is being made in New Mex­ If the owner of a small farm brings
Announcement and Frosnectus.
dition against Hayti. The matter has extralite, has received a letter from his ico to increase the liquor license front to his work the business capacity and
been referred to the treasury depart­ uncle in Sweden, stating that the $100 to $1,000. The legislature is good judgment which the large land-
Friends’
Pacific Academy is located at Newherg, Yamhill county, Or*
ment, with the resuit that the collec­ right to use the discovery in England U'ged to pass a bill to that effect. The owner does, it is very evident that,
gon, on the Portland and Willamette Valley railroad, twenty-two mile* from
liquor men are making a savage fight. proportioned to the acres cultivated,
tor of customs at New York was spec­ has been sold for $20,000.
Portland, and one mile from Rogers’ Landing on Willamette river.
he will have the most money at the
ially instructed to see that no viola­
Eight tons of butter, eggs, cuied end
Supreme Court of New York meat,
of
the
year.
Hired
help
is
not
tions of the neutrality laws were com has The
It was opened for pupils Beptember 28th, 1885, and had enrolled during
etc.,
were
shipped
from
Port
affirmed the verdict of the Circuit Harford on the 22d ult., the greater only expensive, but at times very un­
mitted at that point.
the
first
week nineteen pupils. The second school year began Beptember
Court
of
$45,000
against
the
million­
and unreliable, but a man’s
Tho President lias sent to the Sen­ aire coffee merchant,Charles Arbuckle, portion of which waa sent south to certain
ISth,
1886,
with an enrollment of twonty six, and tho present school year
hands, with a heart in his work,
ate the name of D. Wade, of Mon­ in the breach of promise suit brought feed the citizens of Los Angeles aud own
opened
Beptember
Pith, 1887, with an enrollment of fifty-one, and the wintci
which
seldom
accompanies
hired
help,
tana, to be chief justice of that Terri­ by Clara Campbell, of Ironton, Ohio. San Diego.
term,
December
3d,
with an enrollment of 110.
are
always
available
for
every
little
de
tory.
In
Utah
the
census
of
children
of
IJa
Wilcox,
daughter
of
Mrs.
C.
tail
on
which
success
depends.
Many
At
the
time
of
the
opening of the school only the Academy building was
It is now asserted that Consul Gen­ Wilcox, of Baiubridge, N. Y., a pretty school age, between six and 18 years, men will do more with ten acres and
•reeled, and only the lower story of it was completed. During the summer
eral Sewell will not again represent girl
shows that there are in the Territory get more out of, and from them, than 1
of
17
years,
was
arrested
in
Paris
the United States at Samoa.
of 1886 tii* boarding hall and three cottages for pupils boirding themselves
last week, with a Dr. Seller, of Eng­ 041 boys and"3 641 girls of non-Mor­
v ill with a hundred. It re- j
In Oregon and Washington Terri­ land, with whom she had eloped. Dr. mon parents, and 34,082 boys and others
were constructed, and during the summer of 1887 the hall for gymnasium
quires
as
much
labor,
however,
for
the
tory. and it is stated in California, Seller, it is said, has a wife in Eng­ 23,280 girls of Mormon parentage. ten as the hundred. It is intelligent
and
boya' dormitories was commcnctd and ttie Academy building was com­
there are mauy excellent government land.
labor
and
good
management
that
The
result
of
the
Laguna
de
Taclie
pleted.
'Die trustees hope to be able to add oilier buildings as they aie
lands, which wou’d be at once «• tt'ed The American ship, Henry Villard, grant land suit at Fresno, it is raid, counton a farm, hence it is that small
cm were the land surveyed There cleared from New York last week for will be to transfer a water monopoly farms pay the bi st and that farmers
needed. For Catalogue or information address
are also hundreds of stt'lers, in Ore Seattle, W. T., with a general cargo of from one party to another. Nothing continually complain that there is no
EDWIN MORRISON, Principal.
gon especially, who are living on laud merchandise. This is the first vessel will be gained for the public and the money in farming. To our way of
Or
E.
H,
WOODWARD,
President
of Board.
and have been trying for years to get that has ever left New York for Seattle interest is more of curiosity to see thinking, and we are familiar with
their land, but, owing to the small and she will be [ robably two months who will win than to anticipate bene­ every department of farm business,
price allowed surveyors by the gov- the trip.
9
and measurably so with the city,
fits.
ernment for the work, they could not on Three
How to Live a Successful Life.
there
is
no
enterprise
one
can
engage
messengers
carrying
state
Farmers
in
the
southwestern
part
O
F
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
IN
T
E
R
E
S
T
.
undertake to survey it.
were
sltuuted
at
tho
buck
of
its
neek,
in
which
otters
better
opportunities
elec
oral
votes
have
nut
been
paid
of Grass Valley township, Nevada for a healthful, independent and suc­ —An ostrich escupod from one of th« and its mouth extended from ear tr In order to bo of practical service In
Friends of silver are somewhdt in­
mileage, because the certificates county, are organizing fer the purpose cessful
world, u man must have love for
dignant that Sena'or Allis m has re­ their
life than a moderate sized farm California ostrich farms, swam u river, ear. It was known as the Cutius cod, this
them are sealed in an en­ of constructing an irrigation ditch to under good
some
truth, or cause, or party, or per­
and.
according
to
the
Oregonian,
wai
fused to accept the portfolio of the identifying
management.
and
gave
the
horseman
a
run
of
twen­
which cannot be ufigned until take water from the South Y uba Canal
sonal
leader, and must be loyal to the
Treasury department. They claim velope
evidently
made
to
eat,
rather
than
te
February 13. The messengers come Company and lead it ovei Dress Sum There are many who never take a ty-seven miles before he was captured. be eaten.
object of his devotion. No man can
that he his an opportunity to restore from
—Tho
following
device
Is
said
ti
Colorado,
Kansas
and
Alabama.
mit,
hy
Osborne
hill,
through
Forest
ramble in the woods in the winter sea­ have been prominently displayed at a —In California turkeys an- raised In compass any real good merely by be­
silver to its former standing in coin­ The postmaster-general has sent <o Spring-, and then on down the coun­ son.
They seem to think that because recent Western church fair: “Drop a flocks numbering several thousand. ing a hater, a scoffer or sneerer. A
age.
the chairman of the house committee try.
the
trees,
save the pines, heml cks, dollar in the slot and see the pastor They are placed in charge of a herder, man may do harm to one side, or to
An important proviso of the Okla­ on
postcffices
and
post
reads
a
pro­
etc.,
are
bare,
because the birds smile!"
At
Santaquin,
Utah,
J.
Anderson,
sides, in any great contest, by his
homa hill as passed by the house re­ posed plan for the classification of aged 33 years, has for some time past have left for a and
who drives them as he would a flock ol : both
warmer
there
hostility
to one or both of the
cently is one reciting that nothing in cleiks in all first and second class post- trained his 8 year-old girl cousin to the is nothing to be seen in climate,
sheep.
They
range
over
miles
of
ter­
—It
is
an
alarming
fact
that
the
agt
the woods in
contestants;
but he would be of little
the act organizing the territory shall offices. The general effect of this clas­ use of fire arms. He would place the winter. Those who have
ritory
in
a
day,
aud
live
almost
en­
learned at which the habit of smoking is ae tirely hy foraging. When the grain it worth to either
side through simply
he construed to authorize any person sification of the present force, it is muzzle of an empty gun to his head properly to use their eyes, will
quired has declined in the last five cut and harvest«*! tho turkeys arr disliking tho other
side. You may
to er.ter ujion or occupy any lands in said, would be to increase the aggre­ and the girl would pull the trigger ami that the woods preient enough of find
years
from
twenty
years
and
over
tc
in­
think
it
shows
your
superiority
foryou
the Cherokee outlet and Oklahoma gate salaries by abou' $300,000.
turned
into
the
Immense
wheat
and
between
the
years
of
ten
and
live,
th«
terest
at
all
seasons
to
make
a
vi-it
to
snap the weapon. Thursday he loaded
to
say
that
you
care
little
who
suc­
proper, for settlement or otherwise, The report of the Atchison directors the
barley
fields,
and
the
birds
do
th«
(
gun witli buckshot and playfully them profitable at any season. Lum latter being not uncommon.
ceed*
In
a
conflict
which
arouses
th
until after the Indian tribes and com­ result..! in no enthusiasm in Boston, placed
gleaning,
and
Oei-omu
fat
and
ready
muzzle in his mouth, ask­ bermen, who work at felling trees, do —People of Cass County, Ore., hav* for market at very little cost.
deepest feelings of your fellows on
missioners shall have concluded an but if any increased the gloom, for it ing the the
so
in
the
winter
only,
and
can
distin­
child
to
pull
the
trigger.
Bln
been
telling
stories
recently
of
a
wild
agreement to that effect. It is also is evident that the whole truth has I did so, and Anderson’s head was blown guish trees with great accuracy, anil man eight feet high, three feet acres, —Several influential Chinese have ovory side of you; but the history of
provided that any person who may en­ not yet been told, but that there is to pieces. He was despondent and tell one kind of tree from another as
race show* that men who are worth
the shoulders, with A board reaching subscribed large sums of money to tho
ter upon any part of the land con- 1 something
imitating
have never had that spirit
far
off
as
they
c
in
sea
them.
They
do
being
held
back.
Wall
taught the child to act an she did,
aid
in
estahlishiiig
a
zoological
garden
t*
his
knees
and
hands
as
big
as
wash­
tr.ry thereto and prior to the time of l street tried to boom the stock, and did { had
as
observers
of tho struggles of human­
with the deliberate intention of being this from the peculiar way in which boards. He was captured by ths at Shanghai. At present the institu- I ity in their day.
the President’s proclamation opening send it up a few poin's, but a full de­ j killed.
—8. 8. Times.
the
tree
branches,
and
the
color
and
tion
will
be
merely
a
commercial
un­
sheriff and proved to be a poor luna­
the same, shall not be permitted U j tailed statement of the condition of
markings
of
the
hark.
We
have
make entry upon any lands in the ter­ the system is necessary to secure con­ Elijah Smith has accepted the pres- found that these same lumbermen, i '1 tic who had escaped from an nsylum. dertaking, but It is hoped that ultl- | — «.Id Gentletnnn — “How doe* mj
th* state will take it lo hand.
ritory.
i idency of the Beattie, Lake chore 4 shown fie leaves and H iwers of the — Herman Vickery,a burglar who war mutely
get on?" School Teacher7-“He's
Amongst ethers, th* Governor of For- j son
Representative Hermann In* pro fidence.
killed
while
trying
to
escape
from
th«
!
Eastern
Railroad.
This
road,
with
the
of the best students In the school.
trees
with
which
they
are
so
familiar
of the New York legisla­ Union Pacific and Manitoba and Ore- in winter, tail to recognize them , in­ California penitentiary tho other day. mosa has promised his help in the one
sented to Congress a petition signed ture Membe.s
I’ve
no complaint to mnke on that
complain
of
being
worried
by
by 600 settlers on the high Units of cortupt lobbyists.
i gon Railway, have formed a pool, with deed many are surprised to learn that had a queer record. Every time h« collection of *po«-imens.
scoro.*’
Gentleman—“'Dial was
Eastern Oregon, asking for the for­
i Smith as president. The Oregon will forest trees have flower*. To be able burglarized a house he kissed all ths —Four large cremation furnaces the way Old
with
I went to
feit ure by Congress of The Dalles mil
build to Spokane Falls from Rockford to recognize trees at all season, and sleeping women in it. No matter how have b«-en declared open at the great school. I’m glad me he’s when
I H a t a r b a n r r of I h r H e a r t .
takiiig after his
¡toy wagon road land grant and the Heart
I
(a
line
of
25
miles)
immediately.
The
the risk, the rascal always went Parisian iai«notcry of Pore la Chaise. father.’’ School Teacher—-'But he's
di-ease is like an assassin,
them accurately, whether great
Northern Pacific railroad land grant. which creeps
upon you in the dark, material for the Beattie road will come to they name
through the bedchambers And kissec t The question is agitated whether pau­ rather unruly at times, Mr. Hard-
have
1*
aves
or
not,
is
a
very
use
Petitioneas aver that neither of thoae and
you when unaware. There­ | by the Oregon line, and the Beattlr ful eort of knowledge which every far­ every thing worth kissing.
per bodies thould be cremate«! by the I •satK and frequently has to be repri­
companies has complied with the con­ fore, strikes
1
road
will
be
pushed
to
completion
do
not
overlook
any
uneasiness
municipality, but there Is such a manded for fighting.” Old Gentleman
—The
Portland
Oregonian
has
dis­
mer
should
acquire.
The
carpenter,
ditions of its grant, and ihat the pro­ in the region of the heart or disturb­ within a year, if possible, regardless the cabinetm-ak’-r, and all other work- covered the *p«s-ie# ot the fish that Paris
strong
against it among the — “Well, I suppose It's natural that h*
gress of the coun'ry is retard, d by Ifce ance in its action, but at once take of expense. The Oregon will unite era in wood, while they may not be swallowed Jonah. A specimen * u poor that feeling
the idea will probably have thould have some of hls mother's strik­
failure of the people to obtain titles to D r F lirt ’ s R emedy . Descriptive with the Uuion Pacific and Manitoba able to recogniz-i the trees, can tell at sent over to Portland from Yagurah, to be abandoned.
It is usually the ing characteristics*. ”—S. Y. Ledger.
their homes, or to acquire lands by treatise with each bottle ; or, addre-a lat Missoula as toon as th.- line is com once, from a mere chip, the kind of which was nearly all head. It* ear» wealthy who prefer cremation.
%
settlement.
pleted.
Muck Drug Co., N. Y.
wood they are handling.
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PACIFIC ACADEMY
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