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WOOD PULP PAILS.
PITH AND POINT.
.-Ittakes much •••»tostart
thi>«s to stop one.
I am a good swimmer, and, I an
The pall is entirely in one piece and
—Sums men get down on (i,
Legislation Pertaining to the Interest Devoted Principally to Washington without hoops, so it never leaks ur falls total, noted for my fests of skill an> neighbors when they find that t|,'
Territory and California.
to pieces, besides being lighter by far endurance in tho water. If I wasn t . enn't come upto them. — Botton
of the Pacific Coast
to Epitome of tho Principi Evento Noi
than any other material from whith would not be alive now to tell m, ritr.
Attrartn» Public totoral
A furniture factory at Los *"Kelel such vessels oould be made. 1 he pre story.
—True crltloism consists in BtIur
My knowlixige of the art, combine'
cess of their manufacture is thus de
wan diatroved by Are» 1<- mw 112o,UUU
ing tlie just things from the false,
Lord Stanley has accepted tbe
scribed: The wood, preferably spruce,
T hb Lick observatory will probably
by Blair, in favor of a national pro-1 Martin Hanson, living near Mos although any soft, fibrous wood will have, on throe different occasion», not the false things from tho j m
ernor-Generalalup of Canalla.
cow, Idaho, com milted suicide with
be completed by the first of March.
—A girl may bo like sugar for t(, ■
The English steamer M lude has
answer, is fii'st cleared of Its bark and saved my Ufa. when othors, giving ui reasons. She may be sweet, Ul| I
against admission of Utah as a »late a rifle.
for lost, have etood by, watcliiug
T hb prohibition elections of this foundered in the Black sea. Twelve -o long aa its ]x>w»r is in the hands of
At 8»n Francisco Thomas Adams,
me nearly drown, without an attempt may bo full of grit — Burlingfon f,,'
men were drowned.
a waiter, was shot and mortally woun stone to be used, generally slxteeu to
year show a net loae of 47,408 vote«.
■ be Mormon priesthood.
at rosoue, although some of them wore Rreu.
Emerson Littlefield, of Peoria, III ,
—Bo thankful every time s fnenj
Dawes, from the Committee on In ded by Martin J. Galvin.
T ub Hoosac tunnel is to be lighted aged 19, while skating, went into a dian Affairs, reported bills to provide
A bill has been introduced in the against tho face of a rapidly revolving
dost rts you. and thus fore is yua ,
by 1,250 in andescent lamps.
for cunipulsory educat on of Indian WaBliingion Territory Legislature to grindstone, the grain of tho wood be
slrengthen yourself.— Pouuroy'i ¿j.
A revolt broke out on tbe convict children, and in relation to marriage al>oli»h the use of seals on legal doc ing in a line with or parallel with the mndiy about, and threw things in the twrioe Thougld.
A recent trial in Japan between ship Orne, bound for Cayenne, and between white men and Indian womeu uments.
axis of the stone, and a hydraulio or water, and shouted orazy commands,
—The Journal'i ideal reckless man
but not one of tho tn would risk his
German and English rails resulted in eleven of the leaders were shot.
A hotel barn at Milford, Cal, was worm screw piston keeping the wood l>T'-cious life for mine. I thoroughly is the one who does not take nff j,
Among tbe bills introduced were the
burned, with one man and tw. nty-one
a British victory.
list when speaking to a railway official.
ran into New river, at Lynchburg, Va. following :
Tho result, which is washed off the ilotestsuch cow irilioe.
By D 'lph—To provide for payment horaes. Th» loss is $1*1.1160. Ills fire stone by a shower of water, after being
Though I have always burnodto dis —Lincoln Journal.
The first issue of nickel and silver
of claims for damages by Indiau dep was the woik of an incendiary.
— "Do you know why Mr. 8__
tinguish mysolf in saving life, and
The house of 8am Love, colored, at redations. He said there were some
coinage in France will appear shortly,
Fuller, who killed Archbishop 8eg- screened of slivers and sawdust, is a have often purposoly gone whoro mv lows his hair to grow long, while M i.
amounting to 70,000 000 franc«.
4.500 such cl inis aim regaling BOine
servioea in that lino might bo needed, S----- koops her's cut short?"
two »mail children who were locked $11,000,000 or $15,000.000.
of manslaughter and sentenced to im sufficiently extracted this is tho wood it was only recently that the longed- i hoy're both literary. —Uaifer',
pulp used in the manufacture of paper
A BILL h.u> been introduced in Con inside, perished in the fiam- s.
By Hoar—To provide for a world’s
Tramps were put < ff a freight train »xiseition "t the national capital in tentiary for ten years and to pay a and indurated fiber ware. Tho process for emergency came to enable me to ear.
gress to reduce the rate ot letter post
— A loving wife, at Long Brane*
at Palisade, Nev., and shortly after 1892, and thereafter a perman* nt ex- tine of $1.000. The court has re of manufacture of ware from the pulp prove mysolf tho bravo and fcarlos«
age to one cent.
wards the freight house was set on (»irition of (lie three Americas in quest d that an order be issued by the is exceedingly simple, and is similar in man that I know I was. It happened said: "Tho horrid suif makes nit I
koi-p mv month slinL” Snrcas'iokai. 1
T hb average daily wages paid to tire. The tramps are suspected.
honor ul the 400th anniversary of the dep irtment of justice to have Fuller all the lines made by the company. In
Attached to the hotel where I was band: “Take some of it huiua with
Harry Burton and an unknown man discovery of Amerisa. R*-ferred t*i confined in the prison on McNeil’s making a pail, for instance, the ma
miners in the anthracite coal regions
chine for first molding the pail from boardi ig was an immense oistorn so you."
were killed, and several other work the select oommillee on Centennial island.
doop and dangerous that its vicinity
is leas than $1 ner day.
—Tho ago in which we live thinks
men badly injured by the falling of celebrations.
Ad un Routh, who lives on tire the pulp is provided with a hollow per was a forbidden playground for the
the accumulation of n oner tho ma;
a bridge span at Cleveland, Ohio.
By Dawes—To establish a postal
T he first insue of nickel and silver
practical matter of life. But it is i
In a quarrel at Jackson, Mia»., Mr-
hunting and sucoeedid in killing a tho insido of a pail, and covered first children.
coinage in France will appear shortly, Willie Mitchel and Bib Whitesid* s telegraph system.
L as whs my custom, was lounging mistake, a groat mistake. — IFestens ;
largTl bntTjand a deer. He left them with perforated brass and then
By ,P)alt—For the fqrmatlbn and. ■rnj
amouuting to 70,000,000 francs.
“e . w, «,■!» ""
“Bnert lAorning. On with fine wire cloth. This form, on the beach in front of tho hotel, Rural.
wounded eu/.h other fatally, both dy
■qi t Ivie
admission into tho Uaion of the State tiis arrival «.lu re he had left them, he worked by a hydraulic piston, is wrttching the bathers. es|*ecially tbe
— If you wish to know just how little
ing aiain after the affray.
of N >rtli Dakota.
I t is said that out of the 400 000,
found three large cougar» in pos-oa»i“ii pushed up into a large oast iron “hat,"
patienco you have left, try to raise i
At St. Paul tlie newspapers have all
Mirehell called up’tlie j 'int résolu ■ if tlie i«ear and deer, devouring the which fits over it very tightly. Within of them might give mo tho desired refractory car window te please i
000 inhabitants of the Chinese Em advanced the price of comp .«ilion
»ante. This made the btt e Frenchman this hat is placed a flexible rubber bag,
pire, fully 300,000,000 spend less than four cents per 1,000 ems, making
fidgety woman on a hot day.— thile
morning work 42 cents and evening pointmenl of a commission to seleci angry, and with his Winchester rifle and between thia anil the inner form from tlie broakors before all tho people •ielphia Te '«graph.
11 50 a month for fixxl.
he commenced firing at them and first mentioned is admitted tho pulp, there and be crowned a horo, with my
—Lot no man boast that he is fr*i
coast, addressed the Senate in advo
A C hicago physician has a collec
The President sent to the Senate cacy of it. It was referred to the killed all three and took them home still in a liqnid state. Tho pulp being name conspicuously printed in all the from color blindness until after In
pumped in under preawe, the water pnncis.
tion of several hundred bullets which the following appointments: Charlea N ival Affairs Committee
nas boon sent to the dry goi d* store
O io beautiful girl in particular 1 to match Ids wife’s black silk and ha
A very sad incident occurred at Immediately begins to drain off through
he extracted from the bodies of Union W. Irish, surveyor-general of Nevada;
The joint resolution makes it tlie Juneau, Alaska, recently. Mrs. Har
James Spsakley of Pennsylvania, com
tho wire cloth and perforations, anil
come out of tho ordeal siitisfaetoriir.
soldiers who were shot during the war. mi»sioner to Alaska.
duty of tbe commission to examine ding, an elderly lady re-ining at that
shapely bare arms from tho water my
— “No." said an old maid. “Idnii'l
•he coast north of the forty-second place, was taken s'ck with pneumonia, tho rubber bag (-»veils until it fills the heart loaped in my throat, for I thought
At Boulder, Col., Isadora Pierce, a parallel of nortli 1 ititude, in Oregon,
hat. The supply of pulp is then shut
mies a husband very much. 1 han
T hb curvature of the eaith is such
storekeeper, shot his wife twice, in th*
off, and water nnder high pressure is
that a straight line a mile long would presence of their four children, and Washington and Al .ska, and to seleci lor treatment.
She improved ami admitted within the hat and outside and then marrying her was about to trained my dog to growl every time I
food him. and I have bought a ta 1 r'l
be 2 04 inches from the surface at then killed himself. The wife is fa
dummy that 1 can scold whuu 1 fcii '
■ he commercial and naval necessities a relapse. Shortly afler her arrival tho rubber bag, thus sqnoczing much
of that coast, for a navy yard, and at Juneau she died. In due time the of the water from tho pulp. After fully on the crest of tlie waves farther like it"
Mrs. Sarah G. Ewing, an old lady
standing some eight to ten minutos the
—Tho reason. —
A n Arctic owl was captured near living near Shelbyville, Ind., was at make a full and d- tailed report to tlie funeral occurr* d, the body being fol
and farther from the shore. I grow
8 -cretary of the Navy, to be by liim lowed to the grave by a number of pressure is shut off, the inner form
I asked a bachelor whv ho
Fish Point, Maine, a few days ago and tacked by hogs ill her barn-yard while reported to Congrea«. Mitchell said
In singleness hart tarried;
friends on foot. Miss Harding, the lowered, and the pulp pail removed. pect of heroism before mo.
Ho answered thus: Bo auso, you soo,
measured about six feet from tip to tip milking, and partly devoured. Her ihat wbili $58,O(lO,O(X) had been 8(ieni
deceased's twenty-one year-old daugh At this stage the pail is still nearly fifty
I've trlon ls who've long been married.
for navy y rds and naval stations, of ter led the procensiorf, and ji.st as tlm per cent water, but is sufficiently
These are rare birds.
which am >unt only 5 per cent, has graveyard was reached she fell dead strong to allow handling. This water and filled with sand, showing tho ebb
—No hoodlum could be hired to
T he Mexican government has gran
Details of the wreck which occurred been expended weBt of the Alleghany upon ihe coffin containing the remains is first all dried out in dry kilns, and ing tide was making a strong under
strike an average, lick a posts1«
ted a subsidy of $1,000 a round trip to on »be N. Y., P. & O. R. R., near mountains, there was only one navy of tier mother. Heart disease was the then the pail is turned off on the out tow.
Recklessly or ignorant of danger stamp, beat a carpet, or do any tiling .
side with a gang of saws. After sand
a lino of steamships between New Meadville, Pa., prove the disaster to' yard on the coast, on which about $3,- cause.
my angel continued to increase tho ssoful. He wants to bo in a crowd d
have been a horrible one. Two engi tias been expended. One establish
A terrible boiler explosion occurred papering inside and ont the pail is dis anoe bet ween herself and safety.
York, New Orleans and Vera Crus.
his kind and strike a littlo fellow.— j
neers, two firemen and a passenger ment, no matter how well exuipped,
I would have hallooed Io her but for ti. O. Picayune.
was wholly inadequate tc meet tlie at Seattle. A force of men were en-
The French printers in Qnobeo »re were killed outright, and a score or wants of the country on the Pacific gtged driving a line of piles soutli of It is charged with a water-proofing com the grand feeling within me that J was
more were badly injured.
tlie Oregon Improvement Company’» pound which permeates thoroughly the
on strike for nine hours per day and
think yonr parents would feel vert
Two baggagemen and a mail agent ocean. He contrasted ihe indifference mills, and were at work about 400 material of which the pail is made. there aldo and anxious te save her.
higher wages. They are backed up by were killed by a train collision on the or criminal neglect of the United
Just then a female's agonized shriek Sore if thoy know you were fishing on '
yards south of tlie mill when tlie boiler Baking in ovens at a high temperature
the K. of L. Some of the French pa Cincinnati Southern R R. near Green- 8tatea government on the subject of suddenly exploded, blowing the house, succeeds each dip or treatment- Tho from tlio direotlon of the liotol brought tho Sabbath?" Thomas—"Yes, ^lr, |
wixxt, Ky. The accident was caused naval establishment with the care engine ami boiler into ten thousand polish which the goods present is de me to my senses. Moro shrieks and a hilt not half so soro as I’d foul if they '
pers have suspended publication.
by the conductor and engiueer mis given by the British, French, Russian, pieces, ami covering the bay with de scribed ns being the result of the final hurrying crowd toward the cistern told found it. out."— Jud/e.
Itali n and German governments to
T ub patchwork quill presented to understanding their orders.
— "Will yon please Insert this obit-
bris for 100 yards in all directions. Of ' treatment. After this the handles are ■io that my hour of triumph had
Reports from Wilkesbarrs, Pa., say the building up of great naval estai» the half dozen or more men at work riveted on the good», which are then arrived. My nerves suddenly socinod nary notice?" asked an old gontleman |
Jenny Lind by tho children of the
United States was buried with her re that by a premature blast four men iheory that Illis country could, when <«n the driver, not one was instantly ready for the market.— Railway Review. now at l ist on trial, that I was more t>f an editor. "I make bold to ask it |
were killed and seven severely woun
because tho deceased had agro.it many j
mains, in accordance with her oft» ded wtiile at work on a new branch ever occasion ro-e, provide for it. The Rilled, though one was blown 150yard«
tJian equal to the awful emergency be friends about horo who’d bo glad to
int * the Water, and was rescued by
LIFE IN THE WEST.
line of tlie Lehigh Valloy railroad near by Important military and naval es txjats. James Livingstone died from
hoar of his doatli."— Philadelphia C'alL
À County Coronor Who ling »n Ever-
I certainly preferred to rescue an
Watchful Eye for Fee*.
— "Who is your lawyer, young
tablishments, representing British in Ilia injuries thre» hours after the ex
T hb building lor the Ramona In
plosion. J H. Wyman, Win. Driscoll
An explosion of dynamite occurred
A man who hail just moved to Nc-
dian Girls’ School at Santa Fe, N. M., »t a limestone quarry near Brooklleld, fluence and British power,ami military and F. McPherson were injured.
bv.l I thought while pushing my wav man?” askod old Hyson, looking over
occupation by Great Britain of isl ind-
through tlie terror-stricken crowd Irv ho paper». “O. N. T. C mtsai vost,";
commemorating Helen Hunt Jackson, N. 8., killing four men, one of them in the Pacific ocean, was of itself a
Juneau, Alaska, is on the mainland, before breakfast the other morning .hy ing to gaze into tho dark and ugly replied Sipling.
“Why. lie's no
will cost $30,000, being arranged to living Alexander McDonald, the pro aubject which ought to arre-t the at 150 miles north of Sitka, and is the a tall native.
lawyer; he's a tailor.” ‘Can’t help
tendrit! of 'he American people, and diHiiibuting point for tlie Yukon and
“Mornin’, stranger," said the Ne-
accommodat- 150 pupils.
•hat; ho's brought more than a down
warming the dyusiiiire previous to pro/opt ibeWoveinment to s»i« h speedy o her nfi<^Hig disiricts of tlie inu-ri iri br««ka<man. "Jos' movin' in I soe?” brother or sister niurlit bo also re- mils for and againstene. and I'd like
T hb latest craze among tbe girls is
and «ffectifle action as should tie a I' lias » fl siting population Iroin 800
Io seo anylawyordo better thantliat."
“Tommie had fallen into
tilting response to this formidable ex to 1,600. It has now a am ill church,
“I unnerstand one u’ yonr sons was
a hair album, mane up of locks from occurred.
w.-iiti to hear no more. — Uurdltc.
A most terrible accident occurred at tension of British power. The whole a iiospital and a school, conducted by mysteriously killed a few months oistern!" I waited
the heads of their gentlemen fr onds. Forgetown, Ali., in which ihree per
“Make way!” I cried, as without
country, north and w«-st, was ill fact the si-ier» of Si Ann, who went there
—The Supremo Court of the Sta r
This is another (brunt at bald-headed sons were killed atul thirty injured environed an I menaced b«’ a cord m io October, 1886. The new hospital ago?"
taking time to remove even my coat
“No, sir; yon’re mistaken.”
I plunged fearlessly into that black has decided that Cornell University
The colorid B ptisls were holding » f British military and n»v»l establish is a fine »«ruvture, 40x40 and two sto
“Am? Well, that's cur’us. But and chilling rain water.
was not competent under its charter to
festival in lheir church. 8o great was ments, nd by line» of Briii.h railroad ne» high, and will a< commodate twen-
your wife tried to drown herself last
receive the largo residuary legacy in
F ivh hundred and niueiy-four bills the crowd that tlie fl or gave way and
and ateamships, winch, in the event
hut the frightened heads above me the will of the late Mrs. Fisk, its pro|>
were introduced in the Senate in on* tlie building collapsed
A scene of of w.*r between Gr> al Britain and the building ii used for a school. The spring?”
“No, sir, she didn't."
shut out all light. I dove and groped erty having already exceeded the limit
day recently. This breaks tbe record terror ensiled. Mary Allison and M s. United 8tatos, would give tlie former chapel is a »mall building. 22x40, with
“But one of the gals took pizen an' this way and that, vainly trying to find allowed. The case will now be carried
So large a number was never before
tho unconscious body of the drowning to the court of appeals.— Chi ajo Ad
tlie wreck dead.
would fall with unimpeded and r- • D lUgla« inland, on which is located
introduced in a single day.
Ai M icon, Ga., a man named Na lende»» power up n the people, indus the great rreadw. il mine and stamp
"Ah, wrong again? I tmnorstood
—A man at Prague, Bohemia, swal
than R* i*l, who did not live liappily
I lLtoned for its cry. but Ilio noise
B btwbbn one and two million farm with bis wife, brutally murder, d his tries and ci mmerce of the northwest mills, lie» off the coast shout three she did. Your whole fam’ly is still above prevented my liearing. The lowed a small watch with chain at
ern Pacific coast. Oregon,Washington mile«. Tlie hospital at Juneau is a
ers in the Uniteti States are »fleeted whole family and then committer! »in ind Alaska, with all their limiile»» great Ixnni to tlie poor miners iu that ject to failin’ sickness an’ such I'm suspense was horrible. 1 swam to tlie tached, which a joker had slipped into
by the decision of the Uniti d State» aiAe. lie sent a half-grown boy, wlm resources unprotected, would becoili* isolated re*ion.
opening to shout for light and air, a glass of boor while tho man's bm-k
"You've been wrongly informed— when down dropped a heavy ladder, was turned. Tho metal, dissolved hy
Bupreme Const that the drive well iTVe.l wi'li him, after the doctor. When lie sport and toy ol Gre>t Britain.
my family is perfectly healthy.”
hitting mo between the eyes, partially tho acids of the stomach, has poisoned
patents are illegal on account of pti tlie doctorand boy returned they found
Dol| h a id that Pug< t Bound )>o-
“Gosh, that's funny! But. snv, ain't stunning and forcing mo down, stran that organ and keeps it in an incessant
tlie cabin a heap of am king ruins atul aesaed »11 the a avantage» that coni
ority of use.
to th* m the charred bslies of R* id’-*
Mrs. M try Clark lias been appointed there boon a good many violent and gling, to tho slimy, nasty bottom. state of fover, making him unable to
wife slid their six children. Further lie found for n tirs'-cLisx naval station po tmistre»s al P. ngri, Crook County. unexpected deaths in the fam’ly some There in that hideous trap, if a colored retain food. Tho man has been dis
I n the primary schools of Stockton, «earch of tlie premises dis dosed Reid’»
waiter ljadn’t at onco climbed down missed from the Munich hospital as in
N itlianiel M irrin lias been ap where?”
not be linden si ini «led. Hi» collesgn*
Cal., the Ixiys in the two lower classes body in a well with h.s throat cut.
and liaoled me np and out, I would curable, and now lies in a hospital at
nail referred to Briti-h influence in I’Otnt* d p i tniaster at Royal, Lane
The children of Mr and Mrs. C. O ilie Haw.iian islands, but tlie Un t d ci lU'ity.
are obliged to learn needlework ju-t
have miserably polished in trying to Prague, kept alive by food artificially
save tlio life of Tnmiuio—iho cat—who injected, waiting to soo whether tlie
the same as the little girls, so that White, ot Morrison, III—Lillie, age Stall s . annul |»'rmii those i-l uids to
In Oregon there are 2,593.029 sheep. ago—I got that straight?”
“No, sir, I nevor did!”
crawled np the ladder after ns, looking watch will all dissolvo or he will dis
hereafter they can make small repairs twelve; George, aged fifteen, and (iss» under control of any Euriqx-an I'liix is mor ■ than double the number
Chari* », aged eight—were pl >ying with isiwer, b« cause their pna»es-ion by any o' all New England.
“Well, well, I must have struck the no loss ridiculous than I, gasping and first.
their sleds on the thin ice on Rock modern naval pow« r would give to
wrung house somehow—there's such a
—There are now cables on alino»!
Thia year Cot v*llis will erect a build- fam’ly jes' moved in 'round here some dripping, on the cistern box. with my
Creek, when Chirle» broke tl rough.
T hb navy of Great Britain and Ire George ran to his a-sistance, »nd in that power conlro) not only over th- ing for a puhlie sch*»*l, coating $25,000 where. You see I'm county coroner, 4|dr bather coverod with ashawl laugh every sea and ocean bed, the total
Pa. ific commerce of the Unit d State»
ing at i.s both, and offering a quarter
land consists of 216 ves-els and 57 250 hi« * ft rls to rescue th*- drowning hoy tint also over i s w -rlil-wide commerce and Benton county will . r ct a court an’ I’m very anxious to make their ac to tho man who jumped in after her length of wire laid being nearly 113,-
("10 nautical miles. Tlioro aro nine
mi n ; of Prance, 302 vessels and 39. he also went under the ice. Th ir sis tVe cannot afford to allow foreign co i
quaintance an’ tell ’em that they're darling Tommie.
cables connecting Europe with Ameri
Astoria statistics for 1887: Police
I'm not in the life-saving business ca. the first that was laid dating from
365 men ; of Russia, 373 vessels and ter Lillie then made a frantic attempt quests »nd acquisitions to be carrict made 304 arrests; 87 death-; 121 welcome, an’ that if thoy care to in
to save her two brothers, and all three o our very doors. If we do, we »liai
28 975 men; of Germany, 91 vessel» were drowm-d.
1858. So great, also, has the advenes
a'idicate the position which our jsiwer, terth»; 111 marriages; 17 fire alarms ; they have just as slick an inquest as Hade.
been in the operative aspect of cable
and 15,200 men ; of the United State»,
A special from 8t. Francis, Ark., ■ur ir.tli pendence, our wealth and our 1.19 men declared their intention be- was ever held fn Newbraskey! Good
telegraphy that practically no more
93 vessels and 12,204 men.
»»ya: Win. Herrig, a wealthy planter, location permit us to retain among/he ■ore the County Clerk to become nat- bye' stranger!"— Chicago Tribune.
One for the Microbe.
uraliz d citizens.
difficulty is felt in repairing submar ine
Ima for some time past been jealous of nations of the earth.
M s. Nosenp had always contended lines than in attending to defects in
A shixiting affray occurred in Ches-
M rs . John Jacob Astor's remains attentions paid his wife by Win.
The Streets of Paris.
The joint résolut ion was n f rred to
man’s store, at Alsea, between Lee Ry-
thai her hnsband's tob cco habit was those on land. It is seldom anv serious
are nightly gua-ded in Trinity ceme Malthewaon, and he forbade him io the Committi e on Naval Affairs.
From a report published in the a vile and injurious o e.
derangement of tho telegraphic svstem
crafl and H. C. Mvers. which will
tery, New York city. Two guards
probably prove fatal to Myers. A dis .VovwUes Anna lei de la Construction.
“There.” said Mr. Nosenp, turning takes place. When it does it is of
»nd invited Mrs. Herrig to take »
parade around her tomb every night drive. While the woman wa« getting
pute occurred over a gam» of cards,
from his scientific journal, “it is said comparatively brief duration.— Public
measured between the kerbs, amounted there are no microbes to be found in Opinion.
and Mr. Astor employs two detective» ready Herrig shot and killed Matthew-
Representative Hermann will in when Myers dr*w a knife and at
to watch and guard against any |x>s»i non, »nd than forced his wile to drive troduce in the House a number of tempted to stab Rycraft.
to Matthewson'a house with tbe dead bills as follows :
“Tlial's where the microbe shows
A mod shocking accident resulting metres (91,678,065 square feet), of
bility of the remains being stolen.
which 6.250,000 square metres are laid
laxly. On her return she found her
Appropriating $1.300,000 for con in the burning to deatly of two chil in granite, 1,608.100 square metres Id« good sense, M N s-np." — Chic tao
A laska comprise« more than 55.0(8) home in flames, and was shot and tinuing improvements at the mouth dren of John Ralston, occurred at macadamized, 302,000 square metres tfetce.
< « »
killed by her husband. Herrig then
Lebanon. A litt’e boy aged 9 and a
square miles. That portion of the tied. Mrs. Herrig was formerly an of the Columbia river; $750,000 fm girl aged 7 were bathing in a bath- asphalted, and 355.000 square metbes
—The schooner M. A. Ba’ton re-
province north of the valley drained actress in Pauline Markham's com
Cascades; $250,00* for improvement» risnn; while Mrs. R.lston wa.» gone provided with wood pavement The ••ntly brought to Gloucester fr m Ln
by the Yukon, and lying for the most pany, and later was in W. H. Lytle’» ■vt Yaquina b.,y ; $100,000 'or improvi after a towel, Ihe lamp either exploded cost last year for relaying and repairs H nve bank m most p< collar s-a mon-
part beyond the Arctic circle has about combination.
dent» at Coos bay; $10,000 for th or fell off the table. When the mother amounted to 11.000.000 francs (£440,- Her. unlike any thing seen by the old-
mrrovement of the Umpqua river; returned and opened the door she 000). To put all the streets of Paris j»t fishermen lh«re. It was four feet
3.000 E quimaux inhabitants, wlm
$50 000 for constructing a boat railway found the room in flames and the two into thorough order would require ong ami five inches thick; had one
will not sutvivo h ug the present rapid
children liehind the door. The room about 75,000,000 francs (£3.000.000), dorsal fin. extendi: g h» whole length
1 B Merriam, of Hartford, Conn., *1 The Dalles.
disappearance of the walrus and the
To authorise The Diller city to con was small and the children could only of which 15,000,000 francs would have of its back, ads trisngidar-sba;*ed
r*i >• * few «■»«>» Agn I
get out by climbing over tlie bith tub, to be spent in changing macadamized head, the lower jaw *xtcnding two
In the great valley of the recently in night a barrel full of docu struct a bridge aero«« the Columhia.
mrveir th« ohnmplon DyvpapUc
Dnrtng th« yean* that I
roads Into pavement, and 60.000,000
Yukon are a hundred villages, ball on
To authorise the Columbia Bridge
Judge Sutherland, of New York, at a
have bxaa afflict«« I have triad
little girl fell dowu in the tub, and the
the river l«nks and a fifth on the littlo above waste paper rates, which Company to build » bridge acre«» th* I brave little lad stopped to assist her francs In improving existing pave were armed with v rr sharp teeth,
almon everythlnir claimed <o be a
liie up; er jaw had three long prongs
•peotfte R>r T*yvpap«ia tn she hope wt
delta, containing 6,870 | eople, all sav turns out to have been a rare bargain Columbia between Oregon and Wash while the flames were burning his na- ments.
at th' * extreme tip. This qn er fish
IrS.lntr »omethmr that, would affor-i
ages eave nineteen whites and eighteen Among the things already found is a
p»rmanaht ialla£ I had atxni* mads
Establishing a lighthouse at th* j ked flesh. The frantic mother was
—Yale University began the new col will be sent to the S.niihs.-nian Insti
my mi>4 to abandon all mW
hall breedr. The Yukon is 2.000 mile»
mouth of the Coquille.
wbee I noticed an endoreemae*
long, seven miles wide 1.000 miles written in 1805. which tells at some
Appropriating $10,000 for payment dren from the rium. The little boy in the freshman class. This Is th*
Ct Stma>ana tAvor Regulator by »
die I at 2 o'clock, and the little girl'«
length of his recent experiments and of Oregon Indian war claims.
prnrnlnent Oeorgia«. » juries whom
from its mouth, and pours into the
largest class that ever entered, Tn the
I knew, and eonrinded to try trs
particularly how he has become con
To establish a liiv-saving station al few hours later. The house was badly scientific department there are nearly
-R c*nl esptor.nlions bv Italian
B< bring sea a volume i f water one vinced that the boat means of propul
'■ffhet» In my oaae. I have need bm
ravelors in the r. gioff of the Lower
TWO botMea, Md am sactsfled that I
100 new mct£
third grea t# than tbe Mississippi de sion is a wheel built like a windmill
nave rimck the right thing at last.
—Some people do not seem to care te
ongo, and of the Ogowai river in
. fblr 11» benoflrial ««Ova almoat lm-
livers into the Gulf of Mexico. The Letters were also found containing th*
V s:ern A rica. leave no dmibt that
mwtlately. milka all otfeer prepera-
lower valley of the Kuskokvim river, autographs of most of the Livingstons,
lire picturesque. If they did they In a school not far from Concord. •Go i • *me< f the native tr b««, and notably
lons of a atmllar kind, no epeeiel
n «tractions are required aa So whet
lying beyond the mountains towards of Governor Dungan, a royal Governor of the Hudson liver railroad, a shor would go away.— Boeton Journal of ing to School. I like to go to school he people kn wn as the Fans, aro
of New York, of John Watts De Peys
one thaU or shall nos eat. Thle fhri
■ann bal«. They not only eat men,
the Vukon delta, supports a population ter, of James Dunne, son-in-law ol distance above Rhinebeck station, N Education.
when we have a good teacher. I don't
alone ought to commend IS to all
—“Mamma." said Flossie, “I think like to go to school this term."— Con >ut they manifest a decided prefer-
rroublad with nvspepeta.
of about 9.000, all savages save three Robert Livingston, of Aaron Burr, in Y., were struck by a hcoiuotive and
nee for this kind of f >ol. The C.ira-
that little girls ought to wear hnatles cord Monitor.
J. M. HOUCBR,
cluding an opinion wholly in his hand
ere A. P cile, who wm a member of
Vineland, Jf. 3.
The bark A D Snow was wrecked a instead of ladies." “Why. Flossi«?"
writing and others, covering a period
—E. J. Garvid, one of the Sioux he Bi izza expedition. MyS tint thr -e
—Ths telephone between B rlin and of more than one hundred and fifty the entrance of Waterford harbor, "'Cause little girls have to be spaaked." tribe, in a recent address, spoke with
*f their b atmen, who happened to be
Ireland, by a hurricane, ami her crew —.V. 1. See.
Hamburg has Is en used so inueli that years.—Orcogo 7imes.
Indian eloquence of Indians whom no
—A little girl who wanted to describe tortnre conld make groan, bnt who eft behind near a Fan village on the
of twemy-five persons het. She sail d
the managers hare lately shortened
To Keewre ■ Regalar H1MI nt Bod,
—Selling off the young stock is giv from Ban Francisco on the 8th of the absentmindedneM of her nocie
anks of the Ogiwai. were Mile I by
• Ithoal rb»n<in( U*x IH.t or Dl»-
the time f.r a singe con ver* at ion
weep at the tory of the Crnsa. There lie inhabitants and so completely
lugnst with a cargo of wheat valued said: “His remember is so tire*! he are 2.000 living Sioux converts, and as
.ho Sr.Vcm. take
front five minetes to three minutes
at $116.290 The vessel was chartered has to use his forget all the tima."— nn r more have died in ths faith.—
without ho wet er. reducing th« price.
mbreq.entir fou .d picked elesn.-
by Wm. Dresbach.
—Ai y. Lodger.
A. J. Ledatf.
OWLY GENUINE MANTTACrVaa» «T
J H. ¿HUK A CO..
East Oregon Herald.
Ae tnt»r»»tln« Description of th» Proc.-»»
ot Their M»nuf»»<ur».
A Toun< Mau T»Us WJ.v H« Is Mo Long«*
In the Hero Stusluo»».
TOONS EVER REGULATOR