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\V. M. HIATT.
8. H O B SO N
HIATT & HOBSON, Editors and Prop’s.
SATURDAY, MARCH JO, 188'J.
J ohn Bam: it , tin uro.it English states
man. died Wednesday morning, March
R obert T. I. incoi n has been ni>|H>intoil
minister to (treat Itritain. Lincoln has
proved himself capable und efficient in
the past ami will doubtless acquit him-
Rolf with credit and honor at the court of
I t will pay one of the steamboat com-
panics to put in a dock and warehouse
at Rogers landing at the foot of River st.
Hcarcely any thing is brought here by
the river hut if there were decent fatalities
for handling freight at that place, the
merchants would have neurly all their
goods shipped by the river. The carrying
trade lie tween Newberg and l ’ortland
amounts to no mean sum during a year
uml is increasing rapidly. Thu trade is
worth working for and the company that
first builds a warehouse ami dock will
W h y N o t N o w I r ’ i ’ k H a v e tint A » t n r i a n n < l
l r i l l a u c t t « JV alley K aJ lro a d r
That there will lie another U. It. by New-
lierg in the near (uturo, is only a question of
time. Tlie Astoria Road coming by the
way of Forest drove will find a very de
sirable route on th e Fast side of Wappto
lake coming down into the Chchalcm
valley by way of the “ Old Thompson
fltage House” and so on down to Ncw-
berg. A routo will be thus secured from
Forest drove to Newbcrg without, com
paratively, a cut or a fill.
corps of railroad surveyors havo decided
that a crossing at W'ynooski Is much
more favorable than the one at Fulquarts.
It is rumored In U. It. circles that tho
Oregon I’acilieCo., or men in their inter
ests will lie prepared to hid on tho O. It.
Y. when it is put up for sale. Also the
Chicago und Northwestern are wanting
sin outlet to tho l ’aeille Coast. Should
•either of these companies secure tho O.
It. Y ., they no doubt would extend tho
•east side branch by way of Wyneoski and
■Newbcrg to Astoria. Arrangements no
•doubt would lie inudo with tho 8. 1’ . Co.
for a lino to Portland.
Tho west side
lino could bo easily extended, by a few
miles of road, from Airlio to Albany.
Tho C. V. li, of f. havo ap|Hiintod a com
mittee to uso their influence with parties
in Albany injgetting this route more fav
orably before the difforunt railroad coni'
panics. Wo hope to ho able (o glvo trtort
definite information in the near future.
H o m e t l i ln g t o S e ll K aeli W e e k .
A correspondent writes the St. Louis
Journal of Agriculturo sonio truths that
are equally npliiahlo to Oregon.
says: “ There Isa great advantage to the
farmer in having to sell all tho year
round. Most farmers keep a retail ac
count at the country store, and m lny of
them, doubtless, are often surprised bow
rapidly a bill will run up, especially if it
is all buy and no sell on »heir part. The
way to keep Ilio stero bill down is to
have something to sell about every time
you go to the shop. The farmer should
buy by barter almost entirely. Tho lit
tle crops and resources of the farm should
be so diversified that there may Is: some
thing to sell each week, enough at least
to purchase tho little necessaries of fam
ily consumption. There should at least
tie butter, honey, eggs, vegetables, fruit,
poultry, etc. If a farm does not furnish
things of tills sort to trade for supplies,
the farmer is not lining as well as lie
should. A good (lock of |umltry is often
a great help. With this there may al
least lss eggs to sell all tho time. A few
hives of bees often go a great way in Inly
ing necessaries, and cost very little.
Vegetables and fruits are, some of thorn,
always in season. Dried fruits, vinegar,
butter and lard arc always in demand,
and, by good management, the farmer
«•an make these small Items supply the
family wanks from Ilio store. Then he
knows what he Is doing, and the product
■of his staple crops can be used for improve
ment or to purchase good stock.”
A rad fim y
M liiill'Nfiip A t l v i T l i n i i i K ,
M I SC E LL I N K O I S .
Percy H. Clark is carrying the Academy
world well jiosted on the advantages rf mail this week.
The lioys have some catcher’»' gloves
Oregon is carried on at a wholesale rate
which have long been needed.
by the Oregon Land Company. They
'Ihe zoology class ure studying the
have sent out over 20/100 circulars al grasshup|ier this week.
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Jesse Hobson made iis a short call Wed
ready this year and havo now four young
ladies engaged copying names and mail nesday morning.
. FU LL H
Leslie Thompson was on he campus
ing. An idea of tho extent of the work
muv f* gained from tho fact that ^ l)(, , Monday morning taking part in thesports.
Mrs. Solomon Haworth accompanied
was paid for one order of one cent stamps.
These circulars ure splendidly gotten up, by Mrs. Aaron Ihey and child made the
and every other aiticle usually kepi in a flrst-cluM
filled with handsome illustrations and school a pleasant call Tuesday.
Two members of tho Glia tunc force
reliable information all of which cannot
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fail to attract attention ami bring immi
gration. In fact it has done so already at intermissions once or twice this week.
Miss Parker of Kansas was present at
as the number of lottois they daily receive
as well as tho number of immigrants chapel exercises Wednesday morning and
daily arriving, givo unfailing evidence.— made some very i defeating and instruct-
AH K in d s o f JD -pairiii; N ea tly a n d P r o n ijily D o n e . C o m e in
Flmor Washburn accompanied Percy
M um ln y T r a i n » .
Clark to the homo of the latter on Che- a n d S ee m y S tock .
In response to a petition from the busi halcm mt. last Friday evening and re
•J. D. M O U N T .
ness mou of Newbcrg, and from vuiious turned Sunday evening. Ho reports a
societies and lultor organizations in Port fine time and a rest from school work.
land, tho managers of P. A W. V. R. U
Prof. Morrison has been troubled with
havo consented to run regular Sunday rheumatism this week but still stays at
trains from Portland to Dundee, for the his post of duty only missing a few
next three mouths beginning tomorrow. classes on Wednesday.
A train will leave Portland for Dundee at
Frank Moore mail.; us a visit Wednes
about !l a. in. arriving at Newbcrg at 11 day forenoon. Mr. Moore is teaching
o’clock and will return in tho evening in the Fast Salem public school and now
leaving here at 5. Tiie train from Dun lias a weeks vacation; he is making his
dee to Portland will pass through this brothers a visit.
S tkin .
place at 0 a. m. arriving at Portland at II
A N e w 1'o sta l C a rd .
und will return in the evening, leaving
A new |> 08 tal card is soon to bo put in
Portland at 5 p. in. This will give many
It is very much like a
people in the city a chance for a little circulation.
Tho hack fold is split
recreation and at the same time see one double card.
of the most beautiful valleys in Oregon. diagonally and o|icne 1 like a four |xjinted
It will also give many who work in tho «tar. The four corners ure folded and
country a chance to spend their Sundays joined in tho center with a piece of gum
in the city. Thu fare will ho ono dollar med paper. It will contain no more writ
ing space than tho present card.
weighs less than half an ounce.
UUVKV w a s i i i u i .
only advantage will ho a greater privacy.
11« I l r f i w t r i l a I V t S r l i e m « « f l l i n t p l n g —Ex.
The business of keeping Uw outside
J. B. MOUNT, Proprietor.
of Salem, Oregon,
J i l t
W c M a k e a S p e c ia lt y o f S m a ll
F r u it F a rm s .
1’ u h l i c S c h o o l * .
Yesterday witnessed the close ot tho
first month of tho spiing term of the
Newberg Public Schools, which now
number 122 pupils, Mrs. Martin having
IS, Miss Phillips 42 and Miss Smith ¡12
pupils. Tho fe Rowing is a list of Iho
names found on tho Roll of Honor at
th» end of the month :
Carrie Dowinun, Bertie Howman, Mar
vin Blair, Fred Itowker, Arthur Carter,
Currie Christenson, H oney Hoskins,
Furl Hanson, Clara lladlcv, Flza Had
ley, Carrol Kirk, Arthur Kirk, John Lar
kin, George Larkin, Nellie Larkin, Laura
Props!, Blanch l ’rojist, Frank I’ropst,
Flbort Vaughn, Robbie Vaughn, Sibyl
Woodward, Worth Woodward, Muriel
Woodward, Laura Woodward, Ooru
Judd, Minnie linmelt, Minnie Larson,
Iva Washburn, Jessie Britt, Harley Dix
on, Waller Parker, Phincun Vunlress,
Bennie Vantress, Arthur Guild, Rupert
Moon, Roy Heater, Lula Truchlood,
George Haworth, Kills Sloven», Harley
Britt, Calva Martin, Bertha Vantress,
Ftlie Vantress, Lena Reese, Everett
Moon mid Arthur Heater.
M i i l t l l e t o i i IC•'•am.
Mate requires for the speedy develop-
It was a rom moil thing to read and
meut of its rosoti row is imputation.
It hear hitter comments when the purchase
nut sustain twenty milllm of |x-«ple Is- ,,f U m U WM m i ! ' b j S.v,.-* ,rv s.«a rd
sides the h ilf million already living 1 f,w »7,000,000. All through bis life time
there.— New York Sim.
Seward kept remarking that he regretted
Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes in advising
voting men not to smoke does not follow
up his advice with the usual argument,
the chief point in which is the open and
apparont filthiness of the habit. He
in ike-t a strong and simple appeal to their
manhood saying; “ Smoking is liable to
injure the sight, to render the nerves un
steady, to enfeeble the will and enslave
the nature to an injurious habit, likely to
stand in the way of duty to bo performed.”
This is putting tho question on a clean
and manly basis that must command the
respect of thoughtful young men even
though it docs not work their emancipa
tion from the habit.—Oregonian.
for Price List and
IT E W E E B G - H O U S E
Newberg, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
E V E R Y T H IN G NEW AND CONVENIENT.
H a v e ju s t c o m p le t e d an e x te n s iv e a d d it io n t o o u r R ou se, w c a r e
p r e p a r e d to a c c o m m o d a t e r e g u la r o r t r a n s ie n t c u s to m e r s
b e t t e r th a n e v e r b e f o r e .
O. C. WRIGHT, Manager.
U. C. TARRANT.
J. L>. TA 11K AX T.
. 0. Ta rra n t & Son
Kept Constantly on Hand.
Keep your money,)at home. Patronize
those who patronize you. Spend your
money among home institutions where you
stand a chance to get it bark. Every
dollar you spend with a stranger is gone
forever. Every dollar you S|>eml with a
homo man finds its way back to your
pocket. A dollar spent in some other
town goes to help build tip that town.
A dollar s|ieiit here goes to help build up
our town. Figure the thing down fine
and you lose money by bin mg away from
home, oven if you get the article for one
half what it would cost at home. Rem
ember this and act accordingly.—Wan
farming and fruit lands.
Double and Single Turnouts
Tno American shipC. S. Bemot crossed
out Saturday and is now heating down
the coast hound for Liverpool with the
biggest cargo that has left tho Columbia
this year. It consisted of over 1(H),(XX)
bushels of golden grain, which goes to
foreign lands to feed the trampled Serfs
and the pampered monarch» of the old
world’s principalities.— Ex.
somely Illustrated Pamphlet.
Livery, Feed and Sale liable.
The Indiana Legislature was so pleased
with itself toward the close of the session
that the mouthers thereof put up a little
plan by which they would have lo be call
ed together again and could sit and draw
pay for their invaluable services a few
months more. Thu plan was to let the
appropriation hills drag along and so get
to the hour on which they were obliged,
by the Constiution to disperse, without
having made provisions fur running the
Statu for tho next year or two.
coming to thu enrs of Governor llovey,
ho caused it to bo announced to these
patriots that, appropriations or no appro
priations, he would never call an extra
session of that body. They knew that
when tho Governor put his foot down it
was down to stay, and so they are shov
ing tho appropriation hills through. Civ
ilization ones a debt of gratitude to the
gallant old soldier that occupies thu Gu
bernatorial scat, in Indiana in spite of the
ballot-box staffers, for services in squelch
ing arm! her lease of life to tho bedlam
that calls itself the Indiana Legislature.
—Nebrusku State Journal.
Salem, and a splendid
P IO H E S H
for ealo several
choicest residence lots in the city of
I Mako a Specialty of Tinning and Plumbing
in all its Branches.
Some rain this week.
Biittalks of selling his timber.
Mr. Weeks is on tho sick list this week.
Mrs. Francis w ill start for Nebraska
A (l-*i,il IV,irti fo r O r c a "...
What a glorious country we have! next Monday.
Mrs. S. J. Lucas of I'oitland n>ont last
What abounding resources we enjoy.
Here are the dispatches from Oregon week with Mrs. V. G. Smith.
(ptlte a number were at work on tin-
about the e|s'ning of new timlier ranges
In the Cascade mountains. We are told roads Thursday and Friday.
A line milch row belonging to W. J.
that (lie Cascades, which bave I hsoi
was cboKed to death last Tuesday
opemsl up by a new railroad, are eov- j
♦red with magnificent forests of majestic night.
The Debating Society at this place has
.growth, forests of cedar, larch, lir, myr-
<1*, Udrai, oak, v h , sugar pine, cabinet lieen changed toil Literary Society.
maple, and other valuable trees that ace I M. M Lucas ami sister from Portland,
realty for alt uses known to the arts, and j i gave Ibis place a flying visit Sunday.
that constitutes variety of liimlmr enr-1 Charles Cavdl is building a new house.
passing that found in anv other part of |
j Wliut does that mean'.’
The school nt this place is progressing
the United States, even Michigan, Maine
nr Georgia. We are also told that min-1 nicely, with Miss Anise Brown as teacher.
tjniteu largo crowd were gathered at
«Tal licite of eoal mines have been diseov
crisi ¡n the same region, and that the fer lolui Winter's carp |«m*l last Sunday to
tile (armmg lands but await the band of watch them mq ciale the carp,
Mr. and Mrs. Diiskill who havo been
Industry to give abundant crops of cereals.
We are disposed to Isillove these wonder stopping at this place for a while have
N chihiilsk .
ful reports from Oregon. All that the moved to Lafayette.
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Board and Transient Stock N e w b e rg F lo u r in g M ills .
Best Flour and all kinds of Ground Feed kept
Carefully Cared For.
Constantly on Hand.
P a id
lo r W h e a t .
W e G u a r a n te e S a tis fa c tio n to o u r C u sto m e rs.
Newberg Furniture Store!
a New- and
8. E. SMITH.
C a ll a n d see us,
8. J. HOSKINS.
P. M. CHRISTENSON.
S M IT H & H O S K IN S ,
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING.
A g r ic u lt u r a l I m p le m e n ts ,
W agon s,
A F u ll L in e o f S p r in g G o o d s.
B u g g ie s ,
Cutting aud Fitting Promptly Done
to Order. Prices Reasonable.
P u m ps, etc.
Call and See Us.
In J . T . S m it h ’s B u ild in g , T fcw -
WIRE RED SPRINGS,
b erg -, O r e g o n .
HI O U S E ?
R. Ii. D
OIL CLOTH CARPETS,
M ain S t .,
N ew bkro , O rxqok .
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Ii. C. Hald
and all other articles kept in a first-class furn G. W, Hardwick & Son. Prop. N EW DRUG STORE,
Rooms Just Completed and Newly Furn
O X M A IN S T R E E T .
See our goods before
N ew bcrg,
Meals at all Hours.
*' 'M E S MADE TO ORDER.
Furniture delivered free of Charge to any
place in the city.
D. E. H O L L O W A Y .
SAM U EL HOESON
M O O R E B R O S .,
Portrait & Landscape
R oom o v e r M oore B ros ., D r c o S to r e .
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Rented and Renta Collected.
have now on hand a large
D e s ir a b le F a r m in g ,
D a ir y a n d F r u it L a n d s
A R T IS T .
Portraits enlarged to life size and finished
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colors,
The president chooses bis cabinet from
the liest minds in tho nation and they
are poorly paid compared with the im-
N’ K W H F U G ,
O K KG O N .
IKirtanee they possess ami the res|x>nsl-
hililv they assume. It is a very illflbr-
D EALERS IN
ont matter, living in Washington and
entertaining as milch as public men must DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
and being a private citizen on the same
I’ AINTS, OILS AND VARNISH,
income. Senators ure complaining that
their salaries do not propeily support
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
them and yet common people would im
agine themselves in a princely way with
BRUSHES. COMBS, ETC.,
a senator’s f .lary and mileage. The
A CHOICE LINE OF FAMILY MEDICINES,
senators who arc lieh men don’t care, of
• ourso, but all arc not rich. They
JEW ELRY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
have so much to dons to require clerical
aid and lo Is* of use their secretaries must
PERFUM ERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES.
1 e accomplished and competent. Every
senator should have such aid furnished
him as they would ho able to accomplish
more and better work. It is not possiblo
for a public men to live at tho national
capita! as n farmer lives at home, nor
even as lie dix-s in an ordinary city home,
lie is a public man.—Oregonian.
Persons Desiring Such Property Will do
Well to Consult me.
N. A. FOSTEER.
N ewuerii .O r e g o n .
J". _A. C A M P B E L L ,
II. W H I T M A N ,
S h a v in g ,
I la ir c u ttin g
a n d S h a m p o o in g ,
WATCHMAKER:-: AND:-: JEWELER.
in Moore Brothers’ Drug Store.
N ew berg, O regon .
done in tlie latest and most fashiona
Repairing of Watches, Clock» and Jeweler*
ble style of the art.
C IT Y .
.J. A . C A M P B E L L .
N e w b e r g , O r.
Neatly Done and All Work Guaranteed,
Repairing of Fine Watches
Also Agents for Four Brands of tho
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT.
Criticise the public n heels as we
please, we an'obliged to own, after in
vestigation, that they oiler to every child
who enters them certain advantages
which no private wealth ran buy. in
our cities and largo tow ns they are, lo be
gin with, as clean as the decks and cabin
of u man-of-war. Every child whoentera
them learns so far us school influence
gix's, habits of neatness, method, deco
rum and punctuality—points if training
hardly to U- surpassed in their niqsirt-
utii'O, not only lor the mental, but for the
moral nature. When I enter stab a
sell voi rvem and come iqx n fifty little
people mari long in procession to or from
their seats, otsshent to tlio wave o f a
linger of a resolute youth or maid- n who
has them In charge and when I reflect I
that all Heroes Ilio ointment, from the
Atlantic to the I'aeiiie, this same process '
is going on, then Iho modest teacher's'
wo«k rises in sublimity, and seems one
among innumerable shuttles that are to
gether weaving the vast well of a new
SEND IT TO YO U R EASTERN FRIENDS.
Several hundred copies now go east of the Rocky Mountains, and more copies to go.
of the Mouse and Fust Proof Organ.
Can Furnish one Cheap fo r Cash or on Instalment Flan.
A. T. HAWORTH.
Is the best possible Advertising Agent.
Job w ork
N K W llE R G ,
Eone on Short Notice.
< lit K C iO X .
I not Iwing able to live to see tlie realiza
C. it. King of this city is a natural tion of his ex poi’t at ions with regard to
It is not
genius. When a boy of II or 10 years be that far uoithern possession.
From the report of the month of Feb- 1
I am now prepare«! to furnish
completed a miniature sawmill, an exset plain as to what he based them on, hut 1 mary id the United States signal aervie»' !
ewnnt. rp.irt of Hie mill owned by bis un
is taken :
High-st temperatimi sixty-
cle, for wl wn be worked.
This was than he dreamed of. The si-al lidíenos
four degrees, lowest temperature twenty-1
placed under the mill, where it was run
three «h-gn-es; mean temperature fotti-
,/f my mill, 1 1 -g miles ¡rest <>/' .Veieberg.
by a water wheel. Long red potstix’s liesides that th >re are wonderful forests, four and two tenths degrees; greatest
were rut into “ planks” and “ boards," fisheries of various sorts, and gold and duly range twenty-nine degrees; total
tlie machinery running n 1th the previs silver mines that are exceedingly valua pre. ipitation one and seven hundredths
ipchi-s, Ixdiig * lx and taenty-tbree hun
ion of the larg. r machines. As be grew ble. Howard saw Ih« foresi, knew that dredths indies less tl* m the average for
older ids gi iiius developed m.til l.e ll ere was little arable land, may haie Febrnsr- during the past sc ventren years
«•«"ild lorn his hand at anything.
lie seen some indirations of fur seal.-, hut so Snow fell lo the depth of one iod i, but
worked at many trades, and «a » the far as present de\eli |s nient is ecncerm d was gone in a few bon-s. The thermom
Call rti me before making ¡j< ¡tr ¡ ;tre! ases and by so
master of each after a short appn nlii <•- he could have had little idea, lio nitral eter was be low the freezing point (thiily-
hip. Mr. King is now in years of age,
Kours during d o i i l g I H l t V C i l i Z C lit ì H C i f ì d u s l / i C S .
.liave made up Ids mind on general prin- tin* entire month ¡itemi
<M\ *. MX ;
. mi in making II list of the various trades
’ *• has follow,»»i |m li. «|a it, ■ • e.*! to ta, » ip.e**. The w* al:h of Alaska is even J ; t t o lii d o r ! ; , twe!\c, cl-n.lv, tm .
SL'f SI' Ü0BS0X.
W. I NSn.ro."
. to U' .i. h '■ issi.- « ’..:• niaii.
j , tv-*ix.- Hail.'«ml Times,
u -y r.-f
l l a M e r c t l P a r t y - a t « T r a d e a.
THE OREGON LAND CO.,
NEWBERG HARDWARE STORE,
NEWBERG SAW MILL!
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
Also I can deliver the samo in Newberg or on
board the cars at Tundee at a
very low rate.
POSTER BILLS, AC.,¡AC.
£SF*Fron ptly and toatly executed. smW
HIATT & HOESONj
Editors aud Frops.