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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1887)
The Oregon leriiter.
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HOME <ND FARM.
—Don't waste food on cows uuable to
Everything of General Interest in a Devoted to the lutereste of Farmen
make decent return.
—Live as much aa possible on tin
sunny side of the hous^.—9’<sr»t Jour-
He will pay $3 for « new-bridle,
then let the calf chew it alj to pieces
He will get his neighbors to help
him in getting a ouw out of a bog, then
let her die for want of attention.
Slock will get in and destroy his
crop at a place in his fence that he
has been putting off repairing for six
He will talk all day Sunday about
what he knows about forming, then
ride around tlie neighborhood Monday
looking for seed potatoes.
He will go ill his shirtsleeves on a
cold day to show what he cau stand,
tl en return home at night and occupy
two-thirds of the fireplace trll bedtime.
' He wil^ridicule ths mechanism of a
cdtton planter,#nd then go out and
mash his thunifi. nailing a bodrd on the
DeTCted Principally to
... Territory and California.
A b Epitome of the Principal Events Noi
Attracting Public luterai
A flood in Arizona swept away sev
Cae el MS Fruit.
Ernest Kamniy fatally shot hi«,wife
eral bouses at Nogales.
, Crook county is to have a new jail.
Canning fruit is
ia a very efficient
A ebhreh edifice for the use of the and himself at Philadelphia.
—Fried Squash: Slice thin. 4ip In
. A FEMININE APOLOGY. .
Raihpad men are prospecting Mor
baptists is being buiKat Roslyn, W. I-
*gg, then in flour, and fry in hoC but
II. B. Clajheni shot and- killed J. 8.
some condition, but it is a process
Au InelUuol Showing That ths Wars of
row county for a line.
A fire at Hanford, Cal., destroyed a Harkins,'Jr., al Lexiqgton, Miss.
Woiaxaa Ara r»«l Fladlun Out.
large part of the business portion oi
—The time-honored custom of feed
General Jlichard Rowett dropped
I was standing In Independence Hall
to make it tv success. Tin cans are
parts of of Douglas county.
dead at Washington Park, Chicago.
sometime», used, but glass jats are now
one day last summer, gazing at the ing little chicks an exclusive diet of
The K. of L. Assembly at Roslyn,
so cheap and are so much lajtter that
old liberty bell of which Philadelphians .cornmeabls now condemned
Alexander Gartman, of Ban Fran
are being erected i.n Albany,
they should always be preferred. In
are so justly proud, when a well- authorities.
W. T., are building a fine two-story cisco, committed-suicide in New Xpfk
hail 90x35 feet.
dressed, mldd iQ-ag.-d lady came in, and
John Dalloff was shot dead at Lyons,
It\is the most Dayton lias been condemned.
much Iwwgrr than tio, Tin cans are
later on a benevolent-looking old man. ly unfit for a horse.
Short has trow»«
been “ appointed
rail Co)., by a man named Dyer, who after
The tlireo of ns stood and gazed and heating food. Corn meal okght .always
way.mail agent between Helena, Mon -j ward committed suicide.
ton county, lias been discontinued.
are’ Several excellent kinds of fruit
fel t awod anil overcome. That old bel 1 to be fed with cut liny.— Weetem
tan n, and Portland.
Joseph Or Kennedy, a well known
with the crack down Its siite’carried ua
—Asparagus: Tie in small bunches
White men have taken tho pl ice of
liCOOivj V sawmill, - near Jackson, attorney, was assassinated by John I
In canning fruit two (hings-mUBt be
back to tho days when freedom wanted but not vAry tight, put hito boiling Chinese on the Gold Hill sec.ion of
moet cafefully a.’.t.nded or failure is
i» young nun
....... i by the name of AK Daily, a laborer, in Washington.
to shriek, but dasn’t, and whets King water, and cook about n half an hour Ulilroad.
He will go Io toi?n Qii Battirday and Ln*.»
bert Petty lost his lifts by a log rclnng
It is reported at Detroit that ti« I
Somebody wanted us to pay too high a Serve hot npon toast with butter.—
The right of way for the railroad has
First—The fruit must be sufficiently fee, a paper of pins, a dollar’s worth of over him.
steamer Ariel ran down a boat con-
price for young Hyson tea. "I think I ChrMian at-Work.
been secured from Ashland to the Cal cooked.
e, ive persons, all of whom were
was the most deeply (iffected. The
—To grovz corn as many farmers do, ifornia line.
Second—The air must be excluded chewing tobacco and hie hide full of posfofliees in Washington Terxunry |
woman seemed to b¿ looking the bell and get f. yi^si of thirty or forty, bush __ The 11,000 fixd-'race at Astoria be-
issued money orders aggregating
orerto aee tf tt hsrt a (fusils or B MW els poiyaore, affordaHfttia profit,- but tweeh Pete Grani and Ed Kea was de and the can hermetically sealed.
Morgan,the Neff York bicyclist, hit-
He is economical; ecopamy is his
The liest fruit should be selected and Tort. TTe will saveleh centsrworth of <994-,030 5«.----- •------- —
• bqnrfet. and the old man, who was just m much ns there is in half Ullage el ii r e d a t ie;————----- 7"------ t ' "
broken the world’s record for a quarter
that which is not overripe. It should
At Stella, W. T., while a lad hbout of a'mile, having made the distance
donfíttéM a Quaker;’" Squinted his of other crops.— ( ountru Gentleman.
A little grandson of 'Noah Shank, of F be kÔpt as clean as possible, so that axle grease and ruin the' spindles of a 11 years of age, son of .Mr. Clark, was
right eye and seemed to
—Good draining Is one of the moet. Erowusvilli, fell iuto the river, lyid little or no washing will be required, $70 wagon.
He won’t subscribe for a newspaper, playing, he hanged himself and was
culate that his yoke of steers essential things in n stable. The va was drowned.
Peter Burkhardt, aged 70, a wealthy
as this is injutious to many fruits.
but will bcriow one from his friend,
could shake that bell all over a ten- pors which arise from liquid remaining
farmer dear Petersburg, Indiana, hav
Henry Burton, who recently came i Fick over carefully and wash quickly, and liis wife or daughters will forget
There is some talk on the Sound of ing become jealous of his young wife,
acre lot If it were placed on a stone upon tlie floor ty-e inhaled by the ani
, if washing is necessary. Either steam
boat. The woman went out so softly, mals and produce ill-health. — Montreal train near Tlie Dalles. . .
oi stew, adding as little water as |s>s- that it was borrowed and paste it main importing 1,000 negroes to work in tjie deliberately shot her dead in the pres
logging camps. The scarcity of 1 a - ence of tlieir four-year-old boy, and
and my mind was so busy with Gen Wi/neee.
I sible, and as little sugar as will suffice the wall.
And it may lai added that he will borers is urged as the justifying cause. then killed himself. *
eral Putnam, Molly Pitcher and Valley
-Well-drained nnd deeply-tiiletl'lnnd across the river from Harrisburg, was ( to make the sauce palatable.. Sweet
Forge, that I didn’t notice her ab- stores warmth to such an extent as to
It is reported from Los Angeles that . .At Trenton, N. J., Dr. Carver broke .
fruits require none at all, and none is spend a dollar treating 'a set of black
* aence. After awhllo I looked up, de prolong the season of growth, and ob found dead in his bed!
necessary to thé preservation of the guards and loaferB, and let bis wife the Perkins Baldwin breach ofqfiromise his previous record of breaking 1,000
ckled that L wanted more room for my viate risks of frost that otherwise
Freddie Howe, the 9-year old son of F fruit. Steaming. is rather preferable and daughters go in rags fo? want of case has been settled by plaintiff ac glass balls jn 45| minutes. ' He accom- ■
feelings, and started to go out. Just might reduce profits of cultivation Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Howe, who live at ■ to stewing or boiliug^as the fruit is 50-cent calico dresses, which he is too cepting <7'500, or leu per cent of the plished the feat in 41J minutes, and
poor to pay for.
then the woman re-entered, and there materially.
only missed twenty-four out of 1,030.
.. • Sellwood, was drowned iu the Wil - less broken and its natural flavor is
He will leave his plow in the furrow
was a policeman behind her. —,
It is reported that miners are so He used a repeating rifle, two m n
—A good feed for young pigs that are
Articles incorporating life Portland kettle should/bu used, as all kinds of
"That Is the man, sir!” shg said to nearly ready for weaiqng is equal
hear u political speech, and spend the source at Tybo, Nevada, that men can loading besides himself.*'
the officer, as she motioned towards parts of meal, ground oats and shorts, Traction Company have been filid metal kettles are likely to be corroded
The St. Anthony elevator, trijli
balance of the day telling what a not be got io dp lhe W.0fk, and Indians
by Hie acids of the fftllt.
are employed in th') mines at <!! 50 jfl«rettw,"t!he
ono quart of the mixture in a. pule of with the Secretary of State. I ncorpora-
‘ -etttWjThe. largest in tlih
t lies Northwest,
Tlie fruit need not be cooke I so boss” bis candidate ¡ b , and what a per day.
tors, Ralph Kauffman, I). F. Sherman
"Ah! He I». oh! Couldn’t have
neat; Minneapolis, was totally
skim milk, allowing them all they can and Ghirlea Kennedy. .Capital slock, , much that it will fall to pieces, but it fool and rascal the othet-party has
this old gran ger. eld"
The Sail F iciBCOflamberò! Com--
drink of it, three or four times daily. $250,000. Tlieobject is to build street should be so thoroughly scalded that nominated.
iestroyed by fire, together with the
**".... ■ ■—
"No, sir! This man is the only ono
eeolved to memorialize i
1,100,000 bushels of wheat,
—A littlo ammonia In hot water—a railways jn various streets in Portland. ev. ry part of it will' be subjected to a
He is “wiser in Ills own conceit, than tri
who ctuwe- near me.’’’
gress to assist in the
011 building and machinery will
ten men who can give u reason,” and
tableijpEbnful to a quart—or a'small
"Any thing happened here not con-- quantity of borax dissolved in the
A new cannery is being built on tlie
a cable from San Fruii- kg $250,000 ; "oil grain, $825,000 ; in-
“though you bray him in a mortar const
T ill 1k 11Í1H
.'.. m unknowli.
«« lv ■'»zaavrYV* Thd
rl’li ai ' ' wheat
netted with the Declaration of Inde water, applied with a soft cloth or Coquillg, near Perslibaker’a' mill, by of the germa-froni which fermentation like wheat, his foolishness will not de cisco tollie Han’dwieh Islands.
pendence?" I anxiously Inquired. '
part from him.”
Cumas praiiie is in Idaho* county.1 strayed was one-tenth the visible sup-
flannef. will dmm pnlilt Mid Windows the MTuint Hood Packing Company, heating is not sufficient-.
"That won’t -go down, young man. without soap.— Form, FieUl and Block which will be ready by the lime fish
It is thirty miles long by twenty miles ply of the Northwiat outside of Du-
Urie er Mmall Farms.
Some kinds of fruit require longer
ing commences. It Will luive a ca cooking than others. The length of
not with me!" exclaimed the officer, man.
The question occasionally comes -up wide, Jtnddt comprises about twelve ! luth.
hs he bustled around and got out his
At Montrose, Col., Mrs. C. A. Heath
—-Kainit, which is now extensivMy pacity of 400 cases daily. J. W. time varies about as follows : Boil whether large or small farms areTé- ftiWTisliips, which makes it the largest
used as it. fertilizer, is a eoinpoiind.of Hume’s cannery, above Parkersburg, cherries five minutes; raspberries, ahy best for the community. In this tract .of agricultural land in one body went to a neighbor’s on an. errand,
"You evidently desire to mako my the sulphates of |s>tash and magnesia, which has been changed to A steam blackberries and ripe currants, six to country there cau hardly be a ques in the Territory of Idaho.
leaving’ three small boys alone in the
" ■ ,
containing, also, common salt and cannery, has u Capacity of 700 cases a eight minutes halved peaches, goose tion. It ia true that 011 large farms, - It is not generally understood that house. Shortly afterwards one of the
"Exactly. Put yonr hand in there, other chlorides. It is not -only an ex day,'
berries and grapes, eight tp ten min well coiidticted,.lhe crops are raised, the Puyallup Indians were granted by boys wftnt to his mother and told her
end don’t try to play me any tricks. cellent fertilizer, being'soluble, blit is
lit a tire, and for her tn
Alice May, daughter of John May, utes; sliced pineapple and quince the étock kept and the animals and an Act of Congress, at its last session, they had
Now, then, come along, and this lady one of the best materials that con be of Beaver Creek, Clackamas county," ■ and halved pears, fifteen* to twenty 'their products marketed at much lower the right of equal suffrage with the conio home an
¡1 supper for papa,
will please follow."
us<‘<l for preventing loss of ammonia In and her sister, Several years younger, minutes ; strawberries, thirty minutes ; cost of production than upon small vhit.es.. bfanyof the Indians are ex The mother, mi listing something
»•Is ho a depredator, or something?” tho manure pile.—51/. /.ouis llepublican. started out to gather berries. The tomatoes, thirty minutes to two hours. ones, provided the small fai nier reckons pecting to vote at the coming election- waB wrong, hurried
me and found
-earnestly inquired tho old man.
While the fruit is cooking prepare bis own .time and labor qnd that of q'.NoVèmber.
the building in flame»,
—Cheese Omelet: Beat three eggs, horse became frightened and unman
“Is he? I should remark!”’ answered add to them a tablespoonful of grated ageable.
Alice said to her sister, the cans in which it is to be pjaced. his family at the same price which the
Bishop Segherà, Catholic missionary, Bone burned to a crisp.
the officer. "He’s tho daisiost depre Parmesan cheese, pour into a hot pan; "Slide off, there’s ijo use of us both be Thoroughly scald them so that there large farmer or company pays Tor the was murdered in cold blood by I iìb
The Indian Commissioner at Wash
dator on this coast, nnd It’s a wonder fry and-fold'in the usual manner. Just ing killed.” Her sister obeyed and es- may be in them nothing that will in Baine kinlK of- labor. Nevertheless he companion, on the night of November ington. has received a telegram from
lio basii’t got your wallet as wolL”
28th last. The acene of the tragedy J,he agent at the Spokane reservation
before folding add a.heaping table
The old man wns going down into spoonful, more of cheese and turn out Alice was thrown, and, having her foot when .the hot fruit is placed in the can, a good deal to him, and so it is. This was on-the banks of the Yukon river, saying that the sheep men were driv
his hind pocket to seo if his calf-skin oli a boted+sh. Dust a little Parmesan in a strap instc.ul of the stirrup, was it may be heated by pouring into it independent feeling—this being “his about 500 rililes from its mouth. The ing their flocks across the reservation
was safe as we left, and ono or two cheese on- top and serve.—Baplisl dragged a considerable distanetr: and hot water and quickly slinking it, so own boss"—costs him just the propor murderer is Frank Fuller, a young in large numbers, to the injury of the
that all parts may be heated equally, tionate differertep between hie profits man from Portland, Oregon, who ac
people who wore coming in had tho Il’eelly.
Indians. He asked for troops to drive
or the can may be placed in cool wa and those of the larger farmer.
kindness to remark that I had the look
companied the Bishop as companion them off. The Commissioner therefore
Loads Uphill: Nothing Is more com
of a born thief. v
addressed a letter to the Secretary of
mon than to soora team drawing a idence of his daughter in Pendleton,
Albert Stephens, 8-year-old son of the Interior, asking that troops be sent
"All! you bet ho has!”- chuckled the heavy loud up a Igll, urged fo do its was one of the earliest Oregon pio. requisite degree. Dry heat is equally fitted by having many of these inde
Judge A. M. Stephens, jumped frpm a to Spokane agency as early «» possible
offieetois ho gave me an affectionate boat from bottom to top, nnd when the neers. In the spring of ’44 he drove
look. "If I haven’t got tho darbios on lop Is reached the horses nro breathing his cattle over the Ca^pade mountains, ing the cans in a moderately hot oven of a few larger corporations employ street car, while in motion, at Los Am
the wrists of Billy tho Kid I’m no heavily; wlillft a sensible driver will the first that were ever taken across tlie hot can upon n folded towel wet ip ing mostly single nien^aud but few gplcB. In running forward to reuefr At Clinton, Iowa, .four people were
men with families. Every w’ell to do Abe sidewalk, he ran against a wagon
the trail. He established the first
hold in Jils team, ami when the top of
shot during a “Wild West’’ perform
cold water, which cools the bottom aiut
last me give you a pleco of ad vico. tho hill is gained there is a little quick white sc.hotil in the State. This was so prevents cracking. This method is "small farmer, wlyj by lus hard work loaded with brick. The recoil was ance of Sella Bros’, circus. George-
nnd good businoss habits » improving such that he was thrown over on his
If you are ever arrested on the streot ened breath find no exhaustion. iu what is now called Washington very convenient.
his condition year by year, is ambi back under the fore wheels of the Harrington, aged 17, was shot in the
go quietly with the officer. It will do Again, it is cxmmon»eor a team to be county and in the year 1815. lie,
When the_fruit is properly cooked tious to own more land, Io hire more wagon. Both wheels passed over his forehead and will die. Mrs, W. A.
- no good to plead Innocence or amaze driven rapidly down hill. This, too,
and the cans'are in readiness, first help and »o increase hi« profits. When
Lambyrtson was shot in the left breast
ment, or seek to convince him that lie is>all wrong, iHnivne«» and stiffness estant church in .tlie'Slate. It was place in the can a quantity of juice,to his weak or shiftless neighbor gets into body crusliirig tlie skull. Death was just above the heart, dangerously.
has made a mistake. His Intention is often occurring as a result. In both
that, as the fruit is put in, no vacant difficulty he loans him money and -At Dillon, Montana, Henry Grab- Wallace Phillips, aged 16, was shot on
to rim you in. After lie has put you rising iind^dcsconding a hill a team the Baptist denomination.
place will be left for air, which is some- takes u mortgage1; lliurtte» bigger fish boin shot his wife through the bead, top of the head. He is not very seri
under arrest lit, has no light to let you sfiould bo made to move slowly.
A dispatch from Ashland Bays : The e
nee quite troublesome when this eat up the »mailer fry, and the toud- killing her instantly. He then fired ously wounded. One of the Indians
go. Tho tlireo of us went straight to
Chinese laborers at the Siskiyou* tun i-'
precaution is not taken. Then<add ency to larger farms is inevitable. ‘
two shots into hie forehead, neither of wns shot.. How badly he is hurt is not
headquarters, and I hadn’t a word to
nel were paid off, and al 11 o'clock at the fruit. If any bubOcB of TEir chance ,. ij.illiings go wrong on the big farms
whitli, however .took fatal effect, merely knoton. He was immediately taken
’ .* •
say en route. The woman wanted me
night, while congregated in tho Btore to fid left still, work them out with a they are broken up, Bold in .¿mall par
indenting his skull and glancing up away. No cause is given for using
to confess the error of my ways, but 1 A Duty Which Slioul I B j Performed aa of Charlie Din, 11 masked mob, esti fork, »[Kionhandle or straw. Fill the ticles and binali farm's again come into
wards. He is unconscious, but his life, bullets, excent that the cowboys got
Promptly hi Poaslble.
mated nt thirty or forty, attacked the can full and immediately
preferred not to just then. When we
pi on the possession.
it is thought, can be saved, by trepan the wrong revolvers. It was done dur
went In the officer explained that I
ning. -JTbe murderer is under arrest.« ing the encounter of cowboys and In
had picked the woman's poefcot of a
The deceased and husband' came from dians in the ring*.
purse containing twelve dollars, and even tho, smallest inquiry by mail is all robbed. They claim their loss at curely held by parsing a towel around Granges have been organized in the Kansas about four months ago. Jeal ” "About a vear ago railroad telegraph
that lie had had his eye on me for sev
ers formed an organization of their
is now and then found n business marl thigh—a flesh wound. A boy was the fruit coo I b the cover can be tight against a total oLninety-ono for all of ousy was the cause.
own, and Bincejhr.t lime the order has
ened, and this should be promptly
R. VanWinkle, who lives on Elliott’s grown largely, both east and west.
“So he picked your pocket?” queried, who does not fulfill the duties of a cor
respondent. Slieh a one was the head doubtful. A man was beaten over the done, so that no air may be allowed to
the Hu]>erinteudeut of tlie worn*! u.
in hungry hens, that is liens that slough, near Aberdeen, W. T., heard At the coming session of Congress
of a large ageircy in one of our sea’ head wij.li a shot-gun and.bis skull enter. Sometimes the fruit will set are always kept hungry, there is no one of his hogs making a terrible dis they intend"to^ask the passage of a •
“Yes, sir.” ’ .
board cities, who had, in. front of his fractured. It is estimated that 150 tle so that a little space will appear at money, but between a well-fed hen turbance in the slashing near his bill, and they claim to have Congres
“Which pocket was it In?"
the top. If you are sure, the can is and one that is over-fed there is a vast house. Equipping himself with a
desk, a long row of pigeon-holes, nil of shots were tired.
"In thia one—tlie riglit-haud.”
sional influence enough to do it, mak
theiil ninikod “unanswered letters,”
A'mail by the nameof Bumhoff has tight, do not open to refill, as you will difference. A hen that is made to Winchester Van ran to the scene ol ing it a penal offense for any railroad
"Sure you didn't lose it?"
secured the right from the government
"As sure as I live.” .
company who employ a telegraph op
"Why don’t you answer thoso let to fish on the Klamath Reservation at. tight again unless you reheat tliefruit, but little danger of eatirrg too nrticli. jystin time te find a large black bear erator who directs the movements of
"Didn’t put it in your dross pocket,
the mouth of the Klamath river. Orite
passenger trains who has not been
Flint, in his work on the grasses, in of his porcine pets. A well directed granted a license. Licenses will be
■'Whnt.»vouVl bj tlio use?” he an-, . of the conditions is that Bumhoff shall have the same thing occur again.
» "Oli, no, air-, I had It——"
pay the Indians a certain price for (lie
issued by the*government, the appli
’• She stopiicd her s|>eeeh to feel In hor
liah which are caught by them*. It. I). minutes before adjusting the covers. ’thè time of blossoming it has a greater theliog was also killed.
cant being required to pass a practical
In a .few seconds she anil write to mi again!”
Another man, a lawyer, was found Hume has found that the Stale^Tieg*
John R. Nalls was run over and in examination, to produce evidence as
flushed red and thou turned white, and
tle. The can is then filled with hot ciples, and lets woolly fibre than most
stantly killed by a street car at San to his moral character and habits, and
out fa rue Alié purse. Site looked at it by a caller one day sitting in front -of islaturo has declared the Klamath a sirup and tightly sealed.
other grasses. It is of interest for far Francisco. He was driver and’con to be of proper age.
in perfect astonishment, and thou tried an opeu grate, with his elbows 011 his navigable stream and that he has the
After filling" Atid1 tightly sealing, mers to know which grass is most prof ductor of the par, and had just started
knees and h's chin 0:1 his hands, watch right to navigate said stream and fish
pretty hard to faint nway.
The volcano of Akoutan, on the
itable for lliem to grow.
from the terminus on the down-town
"Then lie didn’t pick your pocket. ing a great heap of letters burning therein. Tnence he fitted np a fishing watch them closely for two or three
Island Akoutan, one of the Aleutian
It seems!" observed tho superintend-'
To bo the most profitable a horse
"Why, I thought your man said you and anchored in the stream and began weeks, when they may be set away if should be nble to perform six good reius, and in endeavoring to regain it group, is in a state of eruption. The
to fish. The Indians threaten to kill there is no signs of fermentalioh.
leaned over the dashboard and lost his natives on "this island report that the
"No—no, sir. I remember now of
Hume’s men if they fish there. The Should any such signs appear, open days’ work out of seven,, and farmers balance. He fell with his head on the eruption has been in operation almost
putting it In my droa^for fear of los
settlers along the Klamath fear trou the can immediately, scald tho finit who would make the best of everything track, and both wheels passed over it, constantly since the middle of May.
"What are you busy about ?" r
thoroughly and seal as before, being from a financial standpoint must be crushing in the entire left side and Land explosions occur every few mo
and tbey^are arming themselves.
"Answering my correspondence,"
•■Well, you have had an honest man
very,careful to examine the cover and ready and willing to dispose of their
ments and large quantities of rock are
The* Secretary of the Interior has see if there are not some imperfection horses whenever they bogin to show leaving the brains exposed.
handcuffed aiul dragged through the said the lawyer, as ha pqlntod to tin,
thrown pp hundreds tef feet into tho
streets, and what are you going to do
air. At night numbers of streams of
molten lava could be Been coursing
who feared tliat Ills correspondents Office of May 10th last, thqt a Coin
deep and had the presence of mind to
Small fruit and tomatoes may be
“Yes,' what Is she going to do about would writo to~~him again if he an mission be appointed to make a tlior
The Dayton (W. T.) Chronicle, which clasp ihi-bucket rope which accompa- down the mountain sides, illuminating
the whole country round about. Earth-...
ill" exclaimed the offioor in a whisper. swered their letters lost. Ills place, whilo ough and exl^iuslive investigation of
was destroyed by fire a few weeks ago,
"The idea of his lining n thief? I'd the lawyer had means of earning anin- the condition¿of tho Willamette Val with wax. Thoroughly beat the bot conies to us this week in a new dress; nied"her to the bottom. The mother quake shocks are of ftequent occur-
on missing tb^chHd went to the well enfce on the island.
tle or jug and put in the fruit, first
know better with my oyes shut!"
and aa newsy and fresh as ever. It
come other than those attending to tho ley and Casdade Mountain Wagon
“I—I don't know—I'lt bog his par business details of his profession. There Road, Tlje Dalles Military lload anil putting in juice as when -.u-ing cans. presents its tisu^-'neat appearance and began to turfréhe windlass and so
found her child was bn board the rope
don nn<'. say that---- -% No, I won t, is no safer role that a business man can the Oregon Central Wagon Road, in Shake dqwu well end refill. Then typographically. /The publishers say
below When the mother gave out
place two thicknesses of cloth over
ojtberl Ho would probably have tnkon follow than this: "See that all your tliis State, especially as to whether the mouth, insert a tightly fitting cork that the now dress “was purchased of the bucket from the top met tho vine
It if lie couhl— ao there!"
letters are promptly and politely an- said roads have been -constructed, and and thoroughly cover the wltple with Painter O Rey, the printers' supply half way down coming up with the
** , And with that she spread her wings iwcred, by somebody In your employ. whether or not the certificates of the melted wax. Tho following is a good house, Portland, who are also estab child which bad presence of mind
and sailed away, and the officer If p ou can not do it yourself. ”— Youlh't Governor of the completion of said rccipo fur the wax : Ono pound res:n, lished at 1x08 Angeles, San Francisco enough to catch the descending roiie
waddled after, and tho superintendent Companion.
roads were obtained by false and fraud two pounds beeswax and one and a and New York. After studying cata and rest her mother, who soon rallied
logues we are satisfied that Palmer <t sufficient strength to pull her jewel to
ulent representations made by parlies half ounces tallow-; melt and mix.
and 1 hail a cigar together and agreed
that thia was a queer world.— H. Quad,
—Mias t naiidi-ninnkhl Bow. a native interested in obtaining said lands. The
When canning in glass vessels, care Rey cannot be beat on the coast for the top. The child sustained only a
in Detroit Free Preet.
Christian lady, has been appointed Su Secretary lias appointed John B. Mc- must be list'd to protect llitTvewcls material and terms.”— Portland World. few bruises.
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perintendent of tho Bethune'School of Name, of "Cleveland, Ohio, now of from draughts of cold air, or they will
• -ownn Swinton, wi.o was reitucoit
An^rkin»«« Dig at Kansas.
—About six million pounds of Calcutta. The Indian Meeeengif, the lhe.iAdjntant General's office, to rep be liablo’to break.
from comparative opulonce to poverty
Apples, pears, quinces and peaches
evaporated apple» are now annually organ of the Brnhmo Somaj, cordially resent the Department on the Coin
•by bis advoospy/iif fli labor «ause, and
mission, and will soon appoint two , shonld be pared and cut into pieces
A traveler in Kansas, while crossing
exported from this country to Europe. endorses the appointment
"I have used Slmmon«*Llver
for whose beqéfit it »-WSM. proposed to
others to represent llie General Land small
- Regulator for many years, hav
enough to can conveniently. In
The,fruit Is sllcoil by machinery Into
—Mr. Geo. A. Jarvis, of Brooklyn,-
T°?i i-n’ ^Office, on recommendation of f the , canning, they may bo arranged in the a prairie, came upon a party of friends raise a fund by popular subscription,
ing made It my only Family
who seemed to be preparing the land
pieces about one-sixteenth of an inch has given <40.000 for a new 1 building
" ” „ c
jnvestigatioi will ,
Medicine. My mother before
writcfto ths New York Sun: "Be so
can with, a fork, if desired, the juice for agricultural purposes.
thick, and then exposed to the fumes for tho Episcopal General Theological
me was very partial to It. It is
be commenced eaxly in Angu»L.£on>- | being afterward added, but care must
as to squoloh the wluije thing at
a safe, good and reliable medi
of sulphur instead of drying in the Seminary. It will be called Jarvis plaint is marie to the . General Land |
"My friend," said the traveler, ad-, “ good
cine for any disorder or the
-se». Ou my own nccouKt, and" by
exercised to got oui all sir bubbles,
sun. After drying the fruit is uearly Hall, and will be put up on the Ninth Office that neither of tlie wagon roads be
system, and if used. In time Is
, which are very liable to occur when dressing one of the men, “you are lay myself. 1 shall do all tho work n-
as white aa when first sliced, and sella avenue front of the grounds.
ing off yonr com rows quite a distance
■ grene pmenttue of elekne,,.
have been completed according to law, |
quired of me in this life; and I ani
1 often recommend It to my
readily In the European markets at
—The graduates nnd former pupils although their completion has been , this method is adopted. The skin« apart."
friends, and shall continue to
"Coro rows F’ the man gasped.
fifteen cents per pound, a bushel of of Whoaton Seminary. Norton, resid duly certified to by the Governor of |
get «If the necessary means for it in-
"Yes; those lows over there."
apples making about six pounds *
. „ .
James M. Rollins,
ing in and about New York, have Oregon. The grants to these roads ag- ; from peaches by immersing them in
“My Stars; stranger !’’ exclaimed the
formed nn alnmme association, with gregale almut 2J)000,000 acres.
, then rubbing with a coarse -towel.
Kansas man, 'is it possible you ain’t jocxind realms of literature.”
«J'“1 *’» MC™*' “IL» »*»» *»
—Captain lamia Vogolsang, while Mrs. Kate Upson Clark, of Brooklyn, for
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Tais is b< st done when they have just hearn of it ?"
“id th*‘ when Al*x-'n<ler
XteLTJle*-*?*"? fUntutatu Idvee
dredging with his oyster schooner at preaiden t— CongregationalM.
The east-bound passenger train ran reached maturity, but have not become
Rruulatnr <M Me Itowae.
"Heard of what F!’
Mikheil was a banksr in Milwaukee
tho tnbuUi of Patapwo river, Mary
—During tho past twenty-five yean into the rear of a freight at Apache very mellow.
"Of the boom. Man alive, them aia’-t there was once a run on his bank. On
”7 have found 81mmcms Uver
land. brought tip a common stone the British ami Foreign Bible Society Springs, A. T. The fireman, E. J..
corn rows orer.thsr; they air streets,
sreond day of th, ran sn old
china plate on which were three oys have sold In Italy 185,495 copies of the Beckler, was killed; Engineer Her
The Beehleee Parm.r.
lcinej ever used foe anything
Scotch»™ entered th. bank, covered
ters aa if rea<ly to bi eaten. The oys entire Bible, 450,177 New Testaments man badly hurt, and the engine badly
that may happen, have used it
The book lets farmer- ie- a one-horse an’ this here is a city. You air now
1, 7””1’ n,n,<1 ««Tying a pair of
<**•, r x .r ra«.,
ters had attached themselves to the and 59<k 459 portions of single gospels, wrecked. rNo pas>cngers were se farmer with a life-long ambiUnn to oa the corner of Conimeftial and Em
*’uu'> It to re
plate.— Philadelphia COIL
etc., making the total - Issues nearly a riously Injured.
gain a reputation for wearing a dirty porium streets, an' not in the check of saddlebags. He could ntfl Kaiu ¿csss
lieve Immediately. After eat-
aa you nioul suppose.”— to Mr. Mitchell on accosntof the crowd,
■unjli of the million hud a quarter.
The steward of the flailing sphooner shirt.
««PPcv, tf, on going
—an the «ostentation tu
bat he shouted to him,-holding up ths
to bed, I take about a teaspoon -
He Will alarm the neighborhood by drkoite«« Traveler.
—There are said to be about sixty Courtney Foard was recently washed
2_“,Ter fcel the effects of
saddlebags: »Afosk, mon. I heart y, '
in the year Just closed Protestant communities in Spain with overboard in Alaskan waters. Ilia getting up two hours before day, then
—"Mow. while 1 lyqve my taper lit,"' hod arooaoayey bank? and I bring
"OVTD a. SPARKS,
sixty dollars, and the demand 14,000 openly professed Protestanta, body was recovered, anil a bank book, sit around and not go to work till after
“Kx-Mayor Maoon, Oa.”
eoreaaed <5,000. It se- and hardly a large town without a re* showing deposita to the amount of sun up.
He will complain of hard times, then seal ap a lot of these envelopes nnd lay th« crowd contemplated the old
paator in tho church a ularly organised church. It is just <13,000, was found on his person. The
11,000, and is ad- eighteen yean since the first Protestant male oil the C. C. Funk also, shared tear his pants climbing a fence where Commonwealth.
<«■ to drop out of thrffine, and in ).«,
the same fate about the same plaoe.
gate ought to be.
«A H. Ztihn 1
than an hour the run had ceased.
FÍÜLTLESS FAMILY MEDICHE