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W. M. IIIATT,
H. II0U 80N
H IA TT 4 HOBSON, Editors aud Prop's.
8ATUKDAY, MARCH 10. 18H!>.
h n b b a th S c h o o l W » i k c r o
Y a m h ill C o u n t y .
Having given notice that our Sabbath
School Convention would bo held in
March, wo desire to state that we find it
will suit the people generally to bold the
session later. The exact time of which
will lie duly given through the county
papers. By order of the Executive Com.
AY l i s t r u z . l « - « l I ’ a l r l c k .
Tint Chairman of the Third party organ
“ Look at that, now,” said an Irishman,
isation of Loa Angeles Co. Cal., ia trying
to break down the \V. C. T. U. because as, in company with a friend, be passed
they gave the (food Templar« n room in a couple of Italians who were engaged in
Vhe Teni|ierunce Temple at I. oh Angeles. animated conversation. “ Well, what of
it? They are talking to each other, noth
W e have received the Harlan County
‘Times, published at Ainu, Nebraska, and
“ Y is; but here’s the wan thing that Oi
»low edited by our
cousin, J. Clint
want to know ?”
Hiatt. Clint is a practical and ex|iei-
“ What is that?”
ienced now*pa|ier man, and will make
“ Jlow.in Ihe divilcan they tell phwut
the Times a better paper than it has they’so talking about?” —Traveler.
been in the past.
A r o u n d HheCJoi*«.
A Salem girl has an admirer who al
ways brings her chewing gain. She calls
bim (Jumboau.— Albany Democrat.
An Astoria girl has an admirer who al
ways carries an uniberella. She calls
bim her Kainbeau.—Astoria l’ioneer.
The Albany girl's admirer is a Bible
scholar and she calls him her l’salmbeau.
A Portland girl has a mash who has
been a wanderer in his day. Shu calls
A Ncwberg girl has an admirer who al
ways appears sheepish. She calls him
A S ag e*« A d v i c e .
Thus. Alpine, the Sago of Millers, ami
pioneer of ’47, informs tho Albany Dem
ocrat that in 1856 it never rained from
March until after harvest and the crops
were splendid. In 1847 it only rained
ten days in Juno, lie pronounces the
moon a dry one and says it will not rain
in March. His advice is for farmers to
now their spring wheat at onco, for if we
have late ruins it will then tie too late
-afterwards, and if continued dry; weather
now is the only time. March will bo a
month of light hut not killing frosts. If
fruit is injured it will not lie until April.
Mr. Alpine considers the crop outlook a
tine one for this season.
lb mg that moon down hero fo New-
horg and it won’t be dry very long un
less kopi under shelter.
H o w I . Y o u r C lim a te ?
That is what the man writing from
Dakota asks, lie says lie is tired of living
in a country where he is subjected to all
manner of climatic changes. Wo can
answer him by saving H at Oregon has
no cyclones, no blizzard*, no thunder, no
lightning, no cold winters, no hot sttm-
uners, r.o sun strokes, no hot nights in
sHMiner, no irrigation needed, no faihiro
xjf crops, no scarcity ot fuel, no drouths,
grass green all winter, no gruss-hop|iors,
•tio (-hints bags, no potato lings, no hessian
(fly, finest fruits in the world, largest
filled with trout and according to tho U.
H. census reports is (lie healthiest state in
Alio Union.—Capital Journal.
It is a remarkable fact that the men <
who have made gigantic fortunes in this [ - =rr-
country have made them out of soap, oil,
glue, railroads and |iolitics. Leaving out
of consideration real estate, these live
named articles are the heraldry of our
rich aristocracy.—Eugene Journal,
Newberg, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
ÌZZ E V E R Y T H I N G
Ail exchange truly says: The
can girl is the girl of the |>eriod,
ever she is, at home or abroad. Foolish (
often, thoughtless nearly always, but with H a v e J lis t c o m p le t e d a n e x t e n s iv e a d d i t i o n t o o u r h o u s e , w e a r t
all tlio elements of true womanly and
p r e p a r e d to a c c o m m o d a t e r e g u l a r o r t r a n s i e n t c u s t o m e r s
enduring character, (¡od grant these
b e t t e r th a n e v e r b e fo r e .
elements may be develojied in our Ameri
TERMS REASON ABLE.
Newberg Furniture Store!
a New and
A N D C O N V E N I E N T . BEDROOM. SETS,
O. C. WRIGHT, Manager.
WIRE BED SPRINGS,
MATRESSES SOFAS, M>1 A BLDS
OIL CLOTII CARPETS,
New Zealand, according to a recent wri
ter, is a splendidly endowed country.
Beside such natural curiosities us boiling
E. C. TA RR A N T .
J. D. T A R R A N T .
lakes of sulplier, smoking volcanoes,
snow-clad ;icaks, and magnificent water
falls, it has splendid virgin forests of rare
AVliy n o t t o O r e g o n .
and useful woods, great fields of coal, iron,
Indianians are going to Washington copper, gold, silver, etc., all awaiting the
PROPRIETORS O F,THE
Territory in large numbers. On one In- capitalist and workmen.—Ex.
dianapolis roud over one hundred and
Sentimentalism is iiosaibly a needful
fifty families are now arianging to immi
grate there this month. Some idea of thing in the make-up of the world but we
the number of people flocking there is must aekowledge to taking precious little
D. K. H O LLOW AY.
shown in the fact that one of tiie through stock in it. In dealing with the realities
trains on the Northern Pacific is run in of life we should tako a common sense,
three sections. On Wednesday the train business view of tilings as they actually
Imulcd IU passenger coaches.— Indiana exist. Borne joioplo never prosper be
W e G u a r a n t e e S a t i s f a c t i o n t o o u r C u s t o m e r s . C a ll a n d s e c u s,
cause they have loo much sentiment and
theory, which are incompatible with what
A t liiu iit e il J a i l Kficn])^
is and will continue to be around them.
Tho three prisoners confined in the —Itemizer.
county jail made an attempt to break
Now we have Salsbury’s assurance that
jail Wednesday night about 11 :110o ’clock,
A g r ic u ltu ra l Iiupltftnciits,
that was almost successful.
They had England never had any intention of seiz
W a g o n s,
cut tho board below the grate on the ing the Samoan islands. Bismark also
north side ol the building uml pushed tells us Germany never contemplated
H u ggios,
N E W lf t lR G ,
out rock until an aperatnro was formed such an act. It is quite evident that for
P u m p s, etc.
almost large enough to admit of their es-
M a in S t .,
N ew dbbo , O regon .
(■a|s-, «hen Nightwachmaii Witter in of the American people, even when it is
passing observed the light in tho hole, uttered by a Secretary of State with man
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
— ■ -♦------ —
and foiled their attempted escape. The ners as mild as those of a cooing dove.—
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH,
jail is a rotten concern neither safe nor S. F. Chronicle.
sightly,—Eugene City Guard.
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
There are in the city to-day two gen
tlemen from tho East who are looking up
A Dt’ in o c i fitIc O p in io n .
C en ter S treet ,
N ew bero . O regon .
BRUSHES, COMBS, ETC.,
Listen to what the San Francisco Exam locations for colonies. One gentleman is
iner, the “ Monarch of Dailies” , says of
A CHOICE LINE OF FAM ILY MEDICINES,
the saloon and tho liquor traffic:—“ There twenty-five families who are ready fo
JEW ELRY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
aie five ways of dealing « ¡1 11 a dog, one is come to Oregon to live and have intrusted
O X M A IN S T R E E T .
to let him run liaise and bite whomsoever to him to find their location. The other
PERFUM ERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES.
ho pleases ; that is free whiskey. Another gentleman is from Canton, Dakota, and
N ew berg,
O regon .
is to tie him up'with a long chain, nnd to
(N ear R. It. DuroT.)
tax his owner $50 ; that is low license. Immigration is sure to come and Oregon
N E W B E R G
Another is to shorten ids chain and
J. C. Ta rra n t & Son,
Newberg Flouring M ills.
and all other articles kept in a first-class furn
See our goods before
PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
Furniture delivered free of Charge to any
place in the city.
Best Flour and all kinds of Ground Feed kept
Constantly on Hand.
C a sh IP a id lo r W h e a t.
M O O R E m i OS.,
P. M. CHRISTENSON.
BOOT AND SHOE
A. M. Hoskins, Proprietor.
H. C. H ald
Also Agents for Four Brands of the
charge a good round sum; that is high
license. Another is to drive him out cf
town into the next town; that is local
option. But the only effective wav is to
ut hia tail off close behind ids ears ; that
T h e IV liy N u t . o f D a ir y in g .
“ My cows never would give big messes,”
said u farmer the other day, " I cant sec
w hy!” I could! A boy and two dogs
wero bringing tliem from tho pasture on
tho jump. They went in tho stables on
tho run. Twice too many went into one
stable. A big boot, some loud swearing,
and a few books and gouges with horns
cleared t)ie stable ill about a moment.
Alter the third attempt nnd two runs
down the lane for cows who preferred the
pasture to turmoil ami strife, tho cows
were gotten into tho stanchions. There
they had to stand. Wo wero disu|>-
pointed in one thing. Wo had ex|>eeted
this man to attribute the failure in milk
production to tho lack of exercise, “ to
make ’em hardy and vigorous” , but lie
did not. He said “ tho feed this year
was too rank, and did not have Ihe heart
in it Hint it did some years.” —National
G. W . Hardwick & Son, Prop.
Nearly fifty years ago Wm. Henry
Harrison went Washington to be inaugu Rooms Just Comploteil and Newly Furn
rated; he went by wagon, stage and canal
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
boat. This week his grandson lias gone
Rented and Rents Collected.
to Washington in a Dullmun car on the
have now on band a large
same errand. When tlio grandfather
D e s ir a b le F a r m in g ,
went to tho national capital to tako the
oath of oflico it was with tho votes of 1,-
D a ir y a n d F r u i t L a n d s
Tho grandson goes
F O R
S A I j E .
Persons Desiring Such Property Will do
witli the votes ol 5,500,702.
Well to Consult me.
country had a population of 17,000,000;
now it lias 67,000,000.—Astorian.
Meals at all Hours.
of the Mouse and
Can Furnish one Cheap for
Dust Proof Organ.
Cash or on Instalment Plan .
A. T. H AW O R TH ,
N. A. FOSTEER.
N e w b e r g .O r e g o n .
A very effective way to discourage pro
fanity and vulgar speech ia to inspire an
admiration [or that grand vehicle of
H . W H IT M A N ,
thought, ttm English language. Set peo
ple to digging into the meaning and der
A R T I S T .
A f t > r H ig h A lt l f iii I or .
ivation of words, and let them see that
in Moore Brothers’ Drug Store.
A subscriber asks: "W hat varieties of
any debasement of (lie nohlo tongue Portraits enlarged lo life size and finished
N ew b erg, O regon .
tipples are likely to do tho best in high
which is theirs hy inheritance is a viola
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colors,
altitudes?” A writer in tho Pacific Ru
tion ot a trust received from count leas
R epairing o f W atches, C locks and J cw elery
ral Press, answering u smilar question,
Neatly P one and A ll W ork Guaranteed.
writer« of renoun—|Mx;ts, orators, essay R oom over M oore B ros ., Duro S tore .
R epairing o f Fine W atches a
says: “ With regard to Hie best variety
ists, divines. The history of tho English
j s t e w i 3 i : r g
O r e g o n .
of winter apples grown at an elevation of
language ami of tire |>coplo « b o speak it.
from :t!)0 ) to 4000 feet above sea level, 1
their literature and their achievements
would Bay that wo have bad the greatest
in every field of effort, should give
sucres* with llio White Winter l’eur-
thoughtful person* bo great an admira
main and Newton Pippin, and they are
tion for tiie common words which they
I am now prepared to furnish
generally considered to bo the best, in
daily use, that they would let those words
tills locality. We also have the Winesap.
Mtrcii|(th o f O r e g o n F ir .
stand alone without profane or vulgar
Blue Pearmnln and Red Hpitzunhiirg, all
The Northwestern society of civil engi trimmings of any sort.—Chicago News.
do well and are good keepers. We are
neers ut Portland, have been devoting
At m y mill, 1 1 -4 miles west of Newberg.
Minister l’ hclps lias beaten Hie trunk
aliout 0000 loot abovo the sea, and have
their attention to several scientific sub record across tlio Atlantic. When James
more nr less snow every winter, tho iner-
jects, ami at the last meeting tho chief
«•nry sometimes getting down to zero, topic of discussion was tho timber Bitpply G. Blaine arrived last fall after a ten
but not often. We also grow successfully of the Northwest, with particular refer months' sojourn in Enropo ho brought
plums, prunes, strawberries, rasplierries, ence to its availability ami value for con thirty-seven trunks, hut the nmu from
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. SEND IT TO YOUR EASTERN FRIENDS.
Vermont casts a shadow over the man
blackberries and goosberries.” — Ex.
structive purposes. Mr. Gronduhl, who from Maine. Mr. l ’helps, is said by the
r Call on me before making your purchases and by so
had made Homo ex perimenta, showed customs officers, to have been tlio proud
A correspondent of tho Record-Union sample pieces of wood used in his tests pusseesor of 101. Of course these did not
doing patronize home industries.
says that “ Volupiik” (world’s speech) and stated results which prove that Ore contain only Ills own effects, but included
Several hundred eej its new go cart of the Rocky Mountain*, and more copies to go
s-ontiiiiies to maken steady progress, ea- gon’s fir and sugar pine is stt|ierinr in those of ids family. One hundred and
invially in Europe where they have had strength to pine employed elsewhere, and one trunks took up a great deal ol room
the advantage of g-iod dictionaries for sev equal in strength to any known variety even in such a giant steamship as the
eral years. Its progress lias lieon slow ill on the continent. Other members gave Lahti; but as l’ helps, he paid the freight,
English-S[ieakmg countries, for want of information from their |iersoiicl observ the officers of tho North German Lloyd
si good dictionary; but such a dictionary ation of the durability of this timber. As Steamship Company have not a word to
will lie published in a few weeks.
It is it is desired to make further experiments say. There was somo wonderment ex
estimated that aliout 1,500,000 people with reference to tho strength and elas pressed by the officers of the Lalin when
have learned Volapuk.
It has been ticity of tlio timber, a enmmitee was ap the steamer touched at Southampton,
X a lZ S T E
O I F 1-----
translated Into 115 (Efferent languages, pointed to correspond with those wl i England, and they saw tho mountain of
and 25 periodicals, In ‘JO diff-rent coun have appliances for such testa, ami if |*>s- trunks, when told that they all belonged
tries, are entirely devoted to it, «Idle sible make arrangements by which the to one man, the United States Minister
many others have "departments" de society can furnish Hie *|ieciinena and to thoCourt of St. James, this benighted
and every other arti le usually kept in a first-elas*
voted to the cause. In most of tho cities have Hie result of the tests.— Ex.
country rose in tlm estimation of tlio fru
of Enro|h< Volapuk bureaus have been
gal Germans.—Ashland Tidings.
Slit»«» Y o u r O w n Hors«».
orginucd fur the purpose of giving mis
The London Times announces an in
President Cleveland signed thirty-five
cellaneous informal inn free to traveling
Yulapiikists, and chibs have Is-en formed vention which is called "the nailless private pension bills last Saturday. The
1..... " I t ■„ mu* o i tiu . .UlluiuUtoo in i "itwt 'l'», *itvn l,* vsito .) I» « t,itl grunt
In most nt Hie largo elllos ot the «-orM tor
the use ol a horse that, if be easts a shoe ing one Estey a | h nsion he was over
the piir|s>ao of learning and propagating
yon are in peril till you reach Ihe nearest whelmed with partisan abuse for being
this interesting mode of speech.
blacksmith’s and then are delayed fifteen an “ enemy to veterans." Yet in his
AH K i n d s o f lt c p a ir ii i; N e a t ly a n d P r o m p l y D o n e . C o m e in
A I1«* h n t i f u I l 'a i rtjjri%|»l«.
or twenty minutes till Ihe shoe is put .on. veto meseegp lie gave as a ground for Ills
m id Sec my Stock.
“ A vision of tho future arises ; w e see The street-ear horses and team horses are action that in 1886 lie had signed a hill
•T. B . M O U N T .
«sir country tilled with happy homes, subject to the same delay, and in time of giving the same Estev the exact pension
with firesides of content; the foremost war when everything de|a nds on the cer named in the present hill, and a refer
land ol all tho earth. I see a world tainty of the supplies, the loss of horses’ ence to Hie luniks of the Pension IVpart-
w here thiones have crumbled uml kings shoes often delays a team w agon at A mo nu nt showed that Kstoy bad Ivon stead
are dual. The aristocrasy of idleness ment when the detention is fatal to mili My drawing his stipend. How tiie hilt
has |<erished from tho earth. 1 nee a tary movements. The invention of the 1 came to Iv passed the second time was
world without a slave. Man at last is nailless horseshoe removes this ditlieulty. easily explained. A bill was introduced ■.
free; native forces have by science Is-en The shoe is so adapted to the hag that Ihe in tlio House, and subsequently a dupli
enslaved; lightning and .light ami nil driver can put on the m w shoe in less cate in the Senate. Both paired i»i tho
secret subtile force* of tho earth hiii I air than throe minutes and it will serve every course of time, and hut for tho watchful-
are tireless toilers for the human ra<j\ purpose and will remain on as long as n new of Ihe President, Kstoy would lie
1 see a world at peace, adorned with sins' that is held on hy the old method ot drawing two pensions when he only
every art, with music’s myriad voices nailing. This new shoe pinches the edge (¡aimed one.—Alta.
thrilled, while li|«aie rich with words of ot the hoof at certain I'oints and is held
Karl Blanco, traveler in South Amer
love and truth.
mainly <n Hus way, no nails licing driven
A world in which no exile sighs, no into the hoof and the value ol the inven
BILL H EA D '
prisoner mourns ; where work ami worth tion not only in saving time in shoeing, and the Smithsonian Institute, has re
go Imml in hand; where the |»s>r girl Imt In removing Its perils, w ill be seen. turned nnd reports that the import and
trying to win bread with a needle—the It is not known that tbe invention lias export trad® of Peru. Chill, the Argon-'
needle that has been called the asp for yet rcu. be ! Ibis country but it is claimed tine Republic and Columbia aro en>>r- j
the breast of the |«s>r, is not driven to tb.it it has been successfully employed in moos and growing rapidly; that the |
FOSTER BILLS, AC., AC.
desperate choice of crime or death, of England, and that it will work a revolu whole trade is controlled hy England I
suicide or sham". I see a world without tion In Hie «Imcing of horses everywhere. with France and Germany, and Mur trade
f * r i-re •mptly and neatly c w u î n l n t
is a mere n<’thing, although he thinks'
the beggar's outstretched palm, the — Boston Herald.
miser’« heartless, etonv stare, tlie psteoos
nothing would Is* easier than lor ns to
wail of want, the livi i li|M of lies, or the
The most successful retail merchant in take a t ig hand, if wo would try. But as
cruel eyes of scorn. I sec a n ee without
disease of flesh or brain, shapely ami I’bitadelphis, if mg in Hie whole ■■«nntrv, we don't tiade with them they of octree
fair, a married liarmoov of tor in and spends 450un alweck in advertising, ami will not trade with ns.
function. As I look life lengthens, Joy p tv* a former newspaper erli'or, and a lure practically not one thing and want
tie -pens, love canopies the earth ami over gissi one, $ Is»» « monili tu write his a I-
article*. *ngai for iu*lan<v. in immense
I'll (lie cr St dome, shines (lie clitli.il
Vert s men!*.— Lx,
qi untit*\ a I rcxvhange.—Capital Journal.
iU i »• ' t b . iu l.op
Portrait & Landscape
U N D ER TA K ER .
N E W B E R G GRAPHIC.
NEWBERG SAW MILL!
ALL KINDS OF BUiLOING MATERIAL
Also I can deliver the same in Newberg or on
board the cars at Dundee at a
very low rate.
NEWBERG HARDWARE STORE,
J. B. MOUNT, Proprietor.
Is the best possible Advertising Agent.
JOB W O R K
I Make a Specialty of Tinniüg and Plumbing
in all its Branches.
P I O N E E R
Done on Short Notice.
Livery, Feed end Sale Stable.
Double and Single Turnouts
Kept Constantly on Hand
HIATT & HOBSON.
Editors and Prop3.
Board and Transient Stock
Carefully Oared For.