East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, March 21, 1888, Image 2

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OREGON NEWS
COAST CULLINGS.
AGRICULTURAL.
MEN GROWING
TELEGRAPHIC.
BIGGER.
Ueazuremsnt* Take* tor ThouiSnd«
Oarment* ln<llc*te Tbu.
eiG avalanches .
A Calorado Osntlsmau U««crlb« tli.
gers of Snow-Slips.
I
1
George W. Seaver, of Aspen, Col
Last spring I received a letter from In conversation with a reporter, nJ
Everything of General Interest in • Devoted Principally to Washington Devoted to th* Interest* of Farmers Al Epitome of the Prineipd Event» No«
an English gentleman who 1» interested “Just before I let: home we had th,
Territory and California.
Condensed Form.
and Stockman.
Attrattili? Publie lotirait
In anthropology and bio ogy. asking fit* of our winter pests. I lefw^
BURNS, OREGON.
me if there were any facts to sustain snow slides. In Colorado there ar«tW(
Waitsburg, W. T., ha* organized a
Value ot Straw.
Adolphus Chambers, aged 63,
the impression abroad that the white distinct kinds of snow-slips—th* Mo,
“
The
A
cyclone
struck
Newton,
Kansas,
walked off the pontoon of the Albina board of trade.
Said a well known farmer:
man is deteriorating in size, welKlJ slide and the avalanche. Ta* lll0,
T he Government of Guatemala has ferry and was drowned.
The citizens of Lewiston, Idaho, time ha* come when every man should destroying the carriage works and and condition In the United btatea H slide occurs when a dry fall of so»,
bale his straw as soon as threshing is causing
,
two deaths.
sanctioned the existence of Free
A poetoffice has been establish«! at have organized a board of trade.
occurred to me. however, that since. by has covered the steep sides of L,
The French steamer Fleur de la Mer
St. Louis, Douglas county, and D. D.
Masonry in that republic.
The steamer George W. Elder will over, and what he cannot use ship to
far the greater part of the men of this mountains and passes. The snow m.
Portland
and
sell
for
seventy
five
cents
,
foundered
off
the
island
of
Cayenne.
Hof!' appointed postmaster.
run between Portland and Alaskan per cwt. or whatever it will bring. He
country are clad in ready-made cloth­ der these conditions literally slid»* uj.
Sixty
passengers
were
drowned.
A house in East Poultney, Vt.,
A postoffice has been established at port*.
ing the experience of the clothiers til it strikes a lower or more level
should
have
hie
own
feed
mill,
or
there
Thos.
J.
Potter,
Vice-President
and
formerly a printing office, in which Ferry, Curry county, and Sarah E.
Washington Territory has 100,000 should be one owned in every neigh­
mteht be valuable, and that from their Such a disturbance is inconvenient, u
acres of coal lands, and 2,000,000 tons borhood, and farmers should thus co­ General Manager of the Union Pa- fioures of the average sizes of the gar­ it block* wagon and rail roads, but it
Horace Greeley is said to have learned Cooley appointed postmistress.
cifio Railroad Company, died at
During the last four months of 1887 have been marketed.
his trade, is now used as a residence
ments pre(.ared by them for men > use seldom attended with disastrous con*«,
operate to be able to grind their own Weicker’s hotel, in Washington.
Jackson county fruit growers shipped
George W. Lewis, of Elko, Nevada, meal.”
very clear deductions could be made as quences, as the snow is so light uid
by an agent of the paper that Mr. over $25,000 worth of fruit
The
survey
of
the
canal
contem
­
was sentenced to ninety nine year* in
Now, every man should have a tank
to the size of the American man. 1 soft that it divides on encouiitcriiq
Greeley so successfully founded.
It is estimated, says the Jacksonville the State Prison for murder.
or boiler for steaming stock feed. 1 bo plated in Southern New Mexico is therefore sent a letter to two clothiers any obstacle, such as a house, without
about
completed.
It
will
cost
nearly
Sentinel, that 10,000 deer were kill«!
A boy named James Hooker, son of cut straw should be put in the boiler,
in Boston, who have been long in the carrying it away. Its motion, also, ¡,
F ish must have air in winter as well for their hides in this county last year.
a widow who lives in Sacramento, and meal or chop mixed with it, and $5,000,000, and will reclaim 3,000,000 business, one in Chicago, one in New so gradual, that a man in its track cut
as summer, and if they cannot got it
acres.
Robert Clow has been removed from Cal., was run over by the cars and when steamed or cooked it should be
York, one in Baltimore, one in Detroit, easily find means of getting out of th«
A fire occurred in the Methodist one in Texas and one in Montreal. The way, and even if he were caught could
they will die. There i* a mistaken the position of Superintendent of the killed.
fed to stock. This feed will keep cat
idea that the fish frozen in solid ice State Prison. His successor is Geo.
Captain H. W. McDonald, late of tie gaining and make them fat enough University, at Mitchell, Dakota, from information received in return Is to escape without injury.
the spontaneous combustion of rags in
the whaling brig Hidalgo, committed for beef.
“The avalanche, on the other hand."
will survive, and when the ice thaws S. Downing.
effect:
Any farmer can have cattle worth the art room. There were forty in­ this
Dr. Lane has caused every one of1 suicide at San Francisco by taking
In any given 1,000 garments the Mr. Seaver went on to say, “i* far
they will exhibit healthy life. It is
mates
in
the
building,
including
the
raising
and
fattening,
and
should
uti
­
average of all the returns is as follows: more dangerous. For the formations
not the case. They survive but a few the inmates of the State Insane Asy­ carbolic acid.
lize bis straw for that purpose. His faculty, students and servants. All
lum who has not been inoculated in­
The Spokane Falls city council has oats, wheat, barley or corn can be but ten of these escaped. Four young Chest measure, 38 inches; waist, 33} an avalanche snow more or less moi«
minute*.
side of five years to be vaccinated.
adopted an ordinance taxing Chinese ground into meal or chop, and by men jumped from a second story inches; length of leg inside, 82} inches; Is necessary, and also a hard-frosti
William E., eon of William and washhouses at the rate of $50 per mixing with straw and cooking and window. Four others and a professor average height ranging from 5 feet 8} base upon which the snow rest* 4
T ub English co-operativeB have a
Bianca Hill, of Wilbur, died from a quarter.
steaming you can make beef or feed jumped from third story, and another to 5 feet 9 in New England, up to 5 feet hi«vy fall succeeding a cold snapi*
bank whose transactions amount to fracture of the skull, earned by a fall
During the eleven month* ending milk cows to advantage. W hen our professor descended from the roof by 10 for the average at the South anti nearly certain to occasion avalaneheu
$80,000,000 a year. They have 1,400 from a bluff of rocks near his home.
December 1, 1887, the shipments of ore farmers get this far ahead there will a clothes line. The building was com West A few deductions of weight are and these are most disastrous, Insteal
stores and a business of $150,000,000
Near West Stayton an old man from Hailey, Idaho, aggregated 22,- lie no complaint made by the grange pletely destroyed. The loss is $50,000. given, from which one can infer that of slipping slowly and easily along in«
the average man weighs between 155 soft, porous mass, the snow balls and
a year. Their 900,000 members re­ named Jesse Morris was struck by a 829,877 pounds.
that "agriculture does not pay four The university will be rebuilt.
Carl Kruse, tunnel man of the per cent, interest on the investment.”
ceive an annual profit of $15,000,01X1. falling tree, and his skull was mashed
A man and hie con living at Poplar and 160 pounds. These measures cover rushes down the mountain side with ir­
Cloverdale <k Ukiah railroad, near Of course it does not pay where men Grove, Dakota, were eaten alive by a the average of the assorted sizes of resistible force and at a terrific l.wui.
Their profits during the past twenty- so that he is not expected to live.
or are too lazy to pack of wolves. The facts, as near as garments which are made up by the Trees and rocks are torn up and incon
A man by the name of John Nyberg Cloverdale, Cal., was drowned in Kus- use no
four years have been $50,000,000.
work, but here in the Pacific North­ can be obtained, are that the father thousand. There are a few small men perated in the rushing mass, and what
got into a rOw with a half-breed al siafi riVer by a boat capsizing.
Gardiner, and stabbed him in the
The charred remains of Louis Gib- west, the best country to farm that is and son left their house with shovtls who buy “youths’ sizes," so-called, over comes in its way has to yield. Un­
Gov. W est , of Utah, has returned back, which it is thought will prove bons were found among the ruins of known, any good fanner should earn to clear snow from some haystacks not and a few larger men who buy “extra like tho snow-slide, tho avalanche
the anti-tobacco bill to the House. fatal. Nyberg was arrested, and now his burned cabin in the Huerhuera his living and clear ten per cent, per more than fifteen or twenty rods dis­ sizes."
when once it has gathered headway it
annum upun the value of the farm tant. They were at once attacked by
My correspondent in Chicago states not stopped by any level space of or­
region, near San Luis Obispo, Cal.
The bill prohibits the sale of tobacco languishes in jail at Roseburg.
Officer Merritt, of Baker City, was
The President has nominated Edwin and tools and the stock on the place— a pack of sixteen wolves, which liter­ “that, so far as relates to the assertion dinary extent, but rushes across a plain
and cigarettes to minors. He sug­
sliot in the left leg, below the knee, Eells, of Washington Territory, to be or on all the capital be has invested.
ally ale them alive, while the wife and that the race in this country deterior­ several hundred yards in width and
gested that a provision be inserted
The farmer who burns his straw mother gazed through a window at ates, our experience teachos us that plunges down tho mountain side be­
while attempting to arrest a man who agent for Indians of th* Puyallup
making it a misdemeanor to sell to­ gives his name as Lownsdale, and who agency (consolidated) iu Washington sins against knowledge and deserves the horrible sight, knowing it was the contrary is the case. We are now,
yond. When an avalanche occurs in
no sympathy. Last summer, Bland­ certain death to go to their a-siitance. and have for several years past been
bacco to a minor oniy after written it was thought was endeavoring to Territory.
ing on a hill in sight of the state Capi­ After the brutes had eaten all the flesh obliged to adopt a larger scale of s|-/,es. the neighborhood of a pass the snow
notices from parents or guardians for­ effect an entrance into a jewelry store.
Sufficient money has been sub­
usually fills it up to a depth of from
Late advices from the Chloride mine scribed in Goldendale, W. T., to build tol, the writer saw columns of smoke off the bones they came up to the and many more extra sizes in width as forty to fifty feet, and is not cleared
bidding such sales.
by
day
and
fire
by
night,
going
up
at Rock creek give the width of the an armory for Company B.
The towards heaven to bear witness against house, ran around it several times and well as length, than were required ten out until spring, unless a very large
A mono the “fowls of the air” are vein at eight feet and exce«lingly rich. building will be about 40x100, and Oregon farmers. It is criminal and then went away. Next day the re­ years ago. I find that occupation artd force of men is put to wort to make
mains wire visited, but nothing was residence have a great deal to do with pathway. It is no uncommon thing for
three, the eagle, swan and raven,which Ore from the south drift of the Cracker sixteen feet high.
inexcusable. The time is come when found but a few bare bones.
Creek mine has assayed $253 gold, and
the difference in sizes, the averago of a mining camp to be cut off from com-
While the freight train bound for all this waste should stop, »nd straw
live to the age of 100 years or more. from the north drift $159 gold to the
The new office of the Evening Union the sizes required for the cities and mu-iication with the outside world for
Garrison was switching at Deer Lodge, become a means of income. To farm
The paroquet and heron attain the ton.
Montana, it becked on to and killed a properly men should make all things at Springfield, Mass , was burned out, large towns being much less than that weeks at a time by one of these
goodly age of 60 years. The sparrow­
The government is issuing ration* man named John Ganley, from Helms- around them that can be utilized a and the blaze was attended with the required for tho country. Again, dif­ avalanches,
and
the
suffering
hawk, duck and pelican may live to be to the starving Piutes in the vicinity ville, who was walking on the track.
most sickening horror ever witnessed ferent sections vary very much in those from want of ford and fuel 1* often ex­
source of income.
of
Fort
McDermit,
*ays
the
Lake
requirements.
For
instance,
an
ex
­
40, while the peacock and linnet reach
A man with a forty acre farm well in that city, six of the employes meet­
Montana has an area of 92,016,648
treme.
The only way to establish
County Examiner. About twelve tons
the quarter century, and the canary of flour and 22,000 pound* of beef will acres; a population estimated at 175,- tilled can raise grain, roots, fruits and ing a terrible death, most of them perienced stock clork will pick out for communication is by a lino of couriers
000, and a taxable property valuation vegetables; can fatten sheep, pork and jumping from the fifth story and being the South and Southwestern trade |
24 years.
be distributed among them by the I in 1886, of $55, 076,831. Indian res­ beef and sell wool; can sell live stock crushed into a shapeless mass below, coats and vests, breast measure 35 to | on snow-shoes, and these men are in
Constant danger of their lives, as in
military.
ervations in that territory comprise and poultry; make butter and sell six others were badly injured. A largo 40; trousers always one or two sizes ' passing along the track of an avalanche
Ix this country the chief creators
A burglar entered the residence of 20,574,648 acres.
eggs and honey, and put to shame canvas sheet was stretched over the smaller around the waist than the [ the least noise or motion is likely to
of wealth are the farmers. The money John Williams, in Baker City, a few
Joseph Garcia de Cadiz, aged 84 the showing of many farmers, so- sidewalk. Three men jumped on this length of leg inside. For Western and start another, and dozens of lives ».re
received for our surplus agricultural nights ago through a bedroom window,
years, formerly professor of mathemat­ calhd, who now pretend to cultivate but broke through and fell on the Northern trade coats and vests, breast thus lost every year. The short, broad
products is almost wholly the total and helped himself to all the cold ics, while sitting on a window sill in a whole section of land.— Portland Ore­ pavement. A woman also fell through measure. 37 to 42; trousers, 33 to 4') Canadian snow-shoe is never used by
the canvas and lanned on the sidewalk waist; 30 to 34 length of leg inside."
amount of wealth this country draws victuals that could be found, setting .ii* room at San Francisco, lost his gonian.
the couriers, as this pattern is only
the tiiole and partaking of his meal in
insensible.
Joseph Lind fold was
My correspondent in-Texa* givos the good on level ground.
His brains were
from foreign peoples. The value of kingly style. B fore leaving the house balance and fell.
This is generally a month of abund­ standing on the sidewalk at the cor­
All mail-car­
average
38
inches
chest
33
to
34
inches
dashed
out
on
the
sidewalk
below.
ant rain on the Pacific Coast. See ner, when Mrs. Farley fell. He stood
riers and couriers are equipped with
farm products sold in foreign coun­ he wrote a note returning thanks to
waist
32}
leg
measure.
5
feet
10
inches
The area of Washington Territory is that the poultry yurds are well drained, his ground and reached out bis arms
the Norwegian snow-shoe, a strip of
tries. it is estimated. Las averaged for the family for the excellent meal.
height, adding: “Wo find that the
placed at 44,796,160 acres, of which and that all depressions where muddy,
Bays the Prineville News; A fatal 4,107,558 are Indian reservation lands. filthy water may collect are filled up. to catch her. She fell on his neck, waist measure has increased from an wood about eight feet long and two
the last ten years $600,000,000 per
inches wide. This gives a firm sup­
throwing him to the ground senseliss.
accident happened on, or rather in, The population in November last war
annum.
A b a rule short-legged fowls will Mrs. Farley was killed instantly. The average of 32 to 33 inches during five port on the lightest snow, and is splen­
Bridge creek, near its mouth.
A estimated at 160,000, and the taxable
years, and we think our people are be­ did for coasting.
fatten more rapidly than those “well
I have seen snow­
A propos of the recent sale of an Bwede, herdir-r sheep for Mr. Austin, property in 1887 was given at about upon their pins.” This is important dead are as follows: Henry J. Gould- coming stouter built"
shoe men come down a slope at the
ing, foreman of the composing room,
crossed
the
ci<-
a
on
tho
ice
in
the
My correspondent in Baltimore hail rate of nearly a mile a minute, and run
egg of the great auk which fetched
$56,000,000, not including railroad to the broiler raiser, as his object is to burnt d lo death ; Miss G. Thompson,
morning, and when he came back in
get a nice plump chick aa soon as proof reader; Mrs. Frederick E. Far­ previously made the statement to wit: fully a hundred yards on the level be­
£168—the highest price on record for the evening the ice had broken up and property.
In the Chewala mining district, possible.
ley, editorial department, fell from the “Since the lato war we have noticed fore losing their impetus.
I am con­
a bird's egg—it is worthy of note that, was floating furiously and madly with
A good supply of dry earth and fine window and killed; Mr. Lamzon, that the average-sizod Buits for our vinced lhat tho best and most daring
according to Prof. Newton, there are the swollen current. He attempted to Washington Territory, a shocking ac
Southern
trade
have
increased
fully
cident
is
reported.
A
man
named
gravel will be found a great conven­ Quebec, jumped and killed; W. E.
snow-shoe men in tho world are found
but sixty-six of these eggs in existence, recroes the itream on horseback to his Louis Gilmore and his partner Hvncha
ience during the winter months. The Hovey, of Boston, fell to the sidewalk ; one inch around tho chest and waist among tho mining camps of the Rocky
cabin, and was drowned.
while there has been no apparent Mountains, but in spite of their,skill
and forty-three of them are in the
were working in the “Sam Slick” mine, gravel supply should not be neglected Mr. Brown, a compositor.
Preparations are being made to put
change in tho length of the trousers.” scores of them are lost every year—
British Isles. The great auk is now a lack in the Clackamas river at the and a blast w is prepared, but it failed until the creeks are running full of
I asked this firm if the change could frozen to death or overwhelmed bv
to explode. Very soon after Gilmore water, and it is impossible to get it.
believed to be extinct.
fish hatchery, in order to catch salmon recklessly went to the shaft to ascer
—"1 declare!” exclaimed Mrs. Fogg,
~~ ■
- —---------- .-r-r-!—
A damp roosting place is an abomi­ as she vainly endeavored to dissect the be duo to the fact that tho colored peo­ avalanches—and it is a wonder to me
bound up tho river and strip them of tain the trouble, and commenced an
ple had beeomo buyors of ready-made
O ne of the laws passed by the recent their spawn. The rack will consist of investigation. The blast exploded just nation and yet fowls prefer a wet turkey, “if you aren’t the poorest man clothing, but have for reply that the how so many men arc willing to volun­
resist
free
from
lice
to
a
dry
one
cov
­
toilo marketing- This turkey's old as fact that the negroes are buying more teer for tho most hazardous duty of
Legislature of Washington Terrilory, pickets driven into the bed of the I before him.
His head was nearly
river at an angle of 45 degrees, in front I blown away, and the body was shock­ ered with vermin, which sap their Methuselah.”
“Possibly,”
replied ready-made clothing now than previous crossing the avalanche-covered passes
provides that county commissioners of a row of piling. Last year wire was
blood and strength. Thia will explain
Fogg,
unabashed,
“
but
my
dear,
it is a to the war accounts only in a small de­ in winter.”— SI. Louis Post-Dispatch.
ingly
mangled.
Hencha,
who
was
why some people’s chickens prefer to
are authorized to levy a tax not ex­ used, but has been discarded as pickets
female bird, and courtesy to the sex gree for the increaso of the size, but is
standing near, ha 1 his face and head roost in trees.
Iron for Fruit Tree*.
ceeding three tenths of one mill, to driven two inches apart have been very seriously injured by flying frag­
prevented me from inquiring about het­ due almost entirely to the increased
If eggs are the main desideratum in age.
An
exchange
furnishes an account of
create a fund for the relief of indigent found to answer the purpose better.
Boston Transcript.
ment* of stone.
activity of the whites. The experience
Placer mining operations have com­
the successful experiment of one of its
Black measles are creating frightful keeping fowls, amid short-leggi d fowls
Uuioa soldiers, sailors, marines and
—Justifiable Pride.—Husband (com­ of this firm covers thirty-five years.
of
any
breed.
They
rarely
lay
well
menced at the old camp at Mormon havoc with the Nez Perce Indians of
placently)—“I did something to-day
My correspondent in New York c«rrospondents who buried old iron
families of those deceased or indigent,
basin, and though the water supply is Chiefs Joseph and Moses’ bands, on the second year on account of laying
about the roots of his trees, which re­
to be expended under the direction of less than usual, a run of two or three the western side of the Colville In­ I on too much fat, while a fowl with which I think no ntaneverdid before.” states that “for the last thirty years sulted in a great improvement in their
Wife
—
“
Wh
it
was
that,
John?
”
Hus­
our
clothing,
numbering
at
least
750,-
Grand Army posts.
months will be had, says a Baker City dian reservation. Forty-two are dead good length of leg will ordinarily lay band—“You know how muddy the
000 garments yearly, has been exclu­ growth, and in a greatly increased
(taper. The placers of this camp are from the disease, and fourteen more well until three yeara of age.
streets
were
after
tho
rain?
”
Wife
—
sively sold in the Southern States. We crop of fruit We have no doubt of the
Almost the entire crop of hemp “Yes.” Husband—“Well, I turned find the average man to measure 37 correctness of the statement It re­
Tn a mysterious Philadelphian who all rich and the body of gravel exten­ are at the point of death. The medi-.
sive. Porter Colt, superintendent of
is inviting proposals front nil over the the Colt claims, anticipates a good cine men there treat it with hot steam grown in the United States is raised in the bottom of my trousers up before inches around the chest, 32 to 33 around minds us of an experiment with simi­
under a blanket, and then a dip in the Kentucky. The total is about 12,-
country as to the bert disposition to season up to the month of July. The river. The treatment i* attended with 000,000 pounds. But ths annual pro­ they got soaked through.”— N. K. Sun. the waist 33 to 34 inches of leg inside; lar result made many years ago, when
—First Director blind asylum—“My average height 5 feet 10 inches. The the theory was extensively advocated
make of $511,(MM), which he will give mines of Amelia, a few miles from the fatal results in nearly every case. The duct o7 the manufacturers of cordage
that electricity aided vegetable growth,
whites in that section have it, but the in the United ¡States is ten times as friend Blinks is out of a job, an' I'd Southerner measures more in the leg and the grapevine planted at the foot
away when he finds the last way to basin, are also being worked.
like to do something for hitn." Sec­ than around the waist—a peculiarity in
disease
yields
to
treatment
in
their
great,
or
120,000,000
pounds.
bestow the money, is believed to be
The report of Superintendent II
ond Director—“What's his biz?” direct contrast to the Western man, of the recently erected lightning-rod
Isaac V. Williamson, a wealthy and McBride, of the Multnomah county eases. The Indians affected are those
The best roots for horses in winter “He's a sign painter. He's got left on who measures more around the waist made twice the growth of tho vines re­
transferred
from
Indian
Territory
on
mote fr. m it; and the rows of beans
oharitable Quaker. Mr. Williamson poor farm, for February, shows that account of their ill health, some time is the carrot. Give two or three messes two hundred grocery store mottoes an' than in the leg."
during the month two persons were
t -eek, though when they are plenty, wants to sell ’em.” “All right, we’ll
My correspondent in Canada gives planted over the buried wire with up­
is worth $18,000,000, lives at the rate admitted, while sixteen left or were since.
ward (mints at the ends, grew more
During a gale tho steamer Alice feed some every day with oats or other make an appropriation to buy ’em for the following details; experience cov­
of $2,000 a year and gives away thou* discharged. On March 1 there were
grain, the ration of which may be pro­ the blind asylum. What doe* the mot- ers twenty years; about 300,000 gar­ vigorous than beans elsewhere. It was
Garrett,
which
was
anchored
in
Ban
and* of dollars on the dead quiet and fifty (icrson* at the farm, including
portionately diminished.
found that the increased growth of the
t >es say?” “ ‘If you don’t sec what you ments a year:
without making as much fu*s as the ! [ourteen Chinese leper*. Since the Francisco bay, having on board seven­
Breast measure.. 98 87 8R W 40 41
44 vine was entirely the result of the
When scalding hogs, if the water be want, ask for it.' ”— Omaha World.
teen
passengers
from
the
China
..
...
.
I farm was . opened . I 5M persona
have
Waist measure ... » 88 84 35 88 87*489 42 deep bed of mellow earth made in set­
nwiinarv
I i I nvnr
*. .
ordinary millionaire whii
would
over a a *:»
$5 l>een received
Cut per 1,(M» of
at it. Of this number steamer City of Pi king, dragged her too hot the hair will not come off as
readily
aa
if
the
temperature
be
lower.
these sizes........ 80 180 240 240 140 80 80 »' ting the foot of the rod deep into the
anchor
and
drifted
to
and
against
the
reitTLAJin
raonre*
bill.
1056 were white male»—593 Ameri­
soil, and the beans enjoyed the benefit
Average weight
cans and 463 foreigners—435 colored Spear-street wharf. The Alice Gar­ Boiling water discolors the skin. A
for each............ 140 150 180 188 175 180 900 225 of a similar treatment by the mellow
B
utibb
—
The first pension ever granted a and 73 white women.
rett was in quarantine on account of temperature of 100" is warm enough Fancy roll, ff tt....................
87*
My
correspondent
in
Detroit
says:
trench for the wire. The pieces of old
smallpox which had developed among for a young hog, but there are some Oregon........................... .........
10
Chinaman has been given to Ah Lin,
“We notice marked peculiarities in re­ iron, refuse stove-pipes, worn horse­
There are hundred* of wild cattli
hog* that require as high as 180". A Inferior grad*......................
U « 20
of Ban Francisco, who on the 4lh of in the high hills skirting the Umpqua i the passesgers and the City of Peking's slab or smooth surface permits of the Pt. kled...................................
gions
where
dwell
people
of
one
na
­
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shoes. cast-off iron kettles, etc., could
crew while en route from Chin*. From
tionality. The Germans need large not be buried under the trees without
July, 1867, was in the service of the valley. Borne of these are 25 years Bpear-street wharf the steamer drifted work being done in a cleaner manner California roll......................
do
pickled.................
>«
a
waists
and
short
legs,
the
French
small
United States navy as a landsman old. They are conceal«! in the dense down to Btuart wharf, breaking off than when a rough bench or table is
digging the soil deeply and thoroughly,
,
E .stern, full cream.............
» waists and legs, the Yankees small to the great benefit of the roots.
While firing a salute on board a vessel growth of oak and fir in the mountains several pile* en route. The passen­ used.
18
9
14
S
Oregon,
d*
.............
waists
and
'ong
legs,
the
Jews
medium
io
While feeding there are always a few
Borne years ago benevolent-minded
Otherwise tho iron could be of no bene­
in Han Francisco bay, the gun ex­ bulls to act aa sentinels. They got gers, mostly women, scrambled ashore people denounced the dehorning of California...............................
144 waists an<l short legs. We have found
fit— Country Gentleman.
as beet they could. Some took des­
Koo* Fresh......................
18
ploded and Ah Lin's leg was injured wild in 1853, when the first retllere perate chances and made reckl >sa cattle as a cruel practice, only worthy
a decided demand for larger sizes than
---------
D ried Fuvrtu—
—What a sad world this would be to
so as to render amputation mcesaary came to the valley. Their cows wand­ leaps. Others climbed the slippery of barbarians. Lately the stock jour­ kaples, are, ak* and bx*..,
t formerly.— Clothier and furnisher.
do
California
.............
•
a thoughtful man if there were nothing'
Hie claim for a pension was presented ered off and could not be found. In piles, and more hauled themselves up nal* of the country have asserted the Apricots. new crop...............
M
a few year* all the pioneer* had Iodo
beyond this world! Not for himself, per­
14
but no favorable action could lie se­ when they wanted beef was to go into by means of chain*. Every one es­ contrary, arid die proof that the op­ Peaches, unpeeled, new ...
—
David
L.
Boker
left
New
York
for
eration of cutting off the horn* of a Pears machine dried.........
10 the West about twelve years ago to haps, but for others, there is need of1
cured.
However, the one legged the mountain* and kill it. Borne ol caped. The Relief tug cant* to the milch cow is not a painful or any way Pitted cherries......................
40
another life to make this life tolerable
rescue and had towed the steamer
Chinaman ha* been made happy by the cattle are very Urge and fat, one scarcely a hundred yard* from the dangerous act, as the flow of milk does Pitted plums, Oregon .......
1*0 seek hi* fortune. He found it. He to one who observes and reflects. On
Figs, Cal., in bg* and bx*..
9
reached
Colorado
with
one
dollar
and
largo
bull
weighing
at
least
1,400
lbs
receiving a pension of $8 per month
wharf when the Alice Garrett sank. not lessen and the relish for food does Cal. Prunes, French...........
M fifty cent* in hi* pocket After a time every side there are deserving one*
8 S
These assertions are Oregon prunes......................
10
Ü
13*
with arrearage*, which amount to over
Nay Simmons, a young man of 19. She turned completely over, nearly not weaken
tot became interest«! in a »liver mine, who snffer far more than the unde­
Ftor*
-
committed suicide in a most shocking I swampiug the tug, and appeared borne out by the actual experience Portland Pat Roller, ff bbl $
$3,000.
(0
made one hundred thousand dollars in serving. And there are saints whose
manner, on the farm of Wm. Bapping- shortly after on the surface, bottom up. narrated in the Seattle Post-Intelligen­ Salem
do
do
00 a short time, and ha* been enlarging lives are lives of toil and trial and
cer, where it asserts that at the Puy­
Tita Senate has passed a bill wh'ch field, ten miles northeast of Balem, on
«
his fortune ever since. He is a tall, seeming failure. Here, often, if not
allup creamery thi y have cut off the
is of great importance to the arid re Howell prairie. He was plowing in »
—Growing in tne canons ana on tne horn* from sixty-eight head of stock
handsozte man. and is now in the East always, the fittest die and the untittest
►ixty-five
acre
field
with
a
three-horm
survive. If there were nothing to lire
hills north of San Bcrnardlnts Cat, Is a
gions of the country. Il requests the
for the first lim« in years seeking rest
team, and when on the opposite side I tree which the Times of the place wants within two we< ks, many of them being
for beyond the life that now is. the
1“ and annsement
Secretary of the Interior to direct the of the field east of the house, hitched
milch cows. The operation is simply
director of the geological survey to two of the horses, tied a halter strap' named. No one there knows what it is. to cut off the horns as cli *e to the
Lidwig Knan* paint«! on one helps to true character-making would
« 0*
OO4
it bears a fruit that resembles a cherry,
eanviu the family of the Russian finan­ cost more than their apparentjy
examine the water courses in the to the double tree, and making a sli| both in looks and size. It has a very head as possible. The result has been
47
—Sunday-School Times.
” • «
that more .han twice the number of
4M « ‘
Western Stairs and Territories from noose of tl.e other end placni it round pleasant taste, does not grow in clus­ cattle can be put in the same incloe-
47 cier »■■onsberg, who became bankrupt
1 10 • 1
«ometime ago. The picture has drift­
hi*
neob,
and
then
staried
the
team,
—A New York reporter has discovers
which water is takrn for purposes of
ters as does the cherry, has a very large ure and the vicious one* have no way
walked a few step*, and then fell down
ed to Paris, where the dealer who own* a man living in the top of* oncer*
1# on
17 00
irrigation, and to locate at variou- and was dragged to death. Two young atone, w hich also resembles the cherry to impose on the quirt one*. That is
it
prepose*
to
cut
out
the
several
fig
­
’portable mansion, whose oceupslto*
is uo
19 00
pointe thereon sites for the construc­ men bunting for cattle found him stone in shape. The tree grows like a the chief reason for so doing, and that
4*18 0* uresand sell them separately. Paint­ is a very odd one. He advertises thzt
bush usually, though some attain a is enough of itself to justify dehorning
n
co
dead.
The
lor»«'«
appeared
to
hate
M>
U0
ings by Knau* bring extraordinary h* will write "poetry on all subject!«
tion of reservoir*, to hold, out of tin
height of forty to fifty feet The leaf It would seem that cattle without
u uo 1888 K
pria-x Fnrther gossip is to the effect reasonable rates." His specialty b
abundance of the winter supply ol walked about 600 yard* and to have resembles that of the live oak.
horn* were to be the rule hereafter.
choked the life out of the young man
that the children of Stromberg have acrostics, of which he keeps a large
I r. a
water, sufficient for irrigation in th<
— The records of the Church of Bar
offired three or four thousand dollar* stock on hand, made to fit almost all
At 8t. Johns, Arizona, Alex. Rudd
summer.
Tho reservoirs are to b<
« oo «
to *ve the family group from dirap- the common feminine namo*. These he
At a meeting of Alaskan fishermen Fernando at San Antonio, Tex., show shot and instantly killed a sheep­
that
William
H
Founce
was
christened
located in natural ba«ins adjacent U held at Ban Francisco, a revolution
tiot.
r retails at from fifty cents to $1.25 each,
herder named MeCaw. The difficulty
the streams front which they will b< was adopted fixing ths rates lor the on the 3d of March, 1775. He is alive was over sheep. Immediately after
-One of the Hol born (London) according to style and quality.
yet
but
doesn't
known
just
how
old
he
Boird of Poor Guardian* ha* resigned
supplied. They will only be located coming season as follows Wage«. $50 was when he was christened. Uncle the killing Rudd mounted his hone
Mexican hogs, which are a crn*s
berause of th. board', extravagance. between the Spanish and the wild hog
in such portion* of the public domain a month, and ten cents additional for Billy was a hard man in his day, being and fled to the mountains.
each king salmon, and half a cent fot
Heraid he could not remain in an or- of the Mexican mountains ar* raised
The state deaf and dumb asylum at
as are susceptible to cultivation.
a bull lighter, a miner, and a gambler.
each small salmon caught.
gaiizalion that paid ten pounds tor * with profit in Mexico, but not in any
Although! fully 112 rears old this vet­ Fulton, Mo., burned. The fire caught
The Governor of California has ap
ca-pet for the clerk's room, forty-eight Considerable numbers. They average
in the dome in the fifth story, and the
—A fatal niletake: Father -“Jennie, pointed James F. Houghton and eran is reported to be spry and tough building burned down. It was a large
pnznil* for a carpet for the board-room, 175 pound* in weight, and are killed
why do you snub that little girl with Colonel C. F. Crocker, as regents ol yet A few days ago he rode ten miles one and cost the state nearly half a
thrty pound* for curtain* and twelve chiefly for their lard, which 1* worth M
whom you were formerly so friendly F' the Hute University, the former in bl a dog fight and cam* back with million dollars, and was insured for
poinds for poles, while there were so rente a pound. Fresh pork is worth
Jennie—“She is mad at me." “Why place of A. 1. Rhode», and the latter a pocket full of money. He live* alone, but $50.000. There were 180 pupils
away .tarring poor in London. The 12* cents a pound, but is eaten very
drinks
mescal
steadily,
but
no
whisky
or
Is she mad at you F' “Because I forgot tn place ol John Swift, the tqjms of
oner guardian* of the poor were very little, for most persons can’t afford it.
beer, eats heartily, sleep* well, and in the building, but all were removed
one day, and said she was aa old friend both gentlemen having expired.
wiihout injury.
hdignant and accepted hi* resignation •t ta ’aid that Monterey, which has 50.-
looks like a man of eighty-five.
of mit>4
Tartu Siflutj/.
it one*.
•
(XX). eat* only about fir* hogs a day.
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