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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1887)
Tita Kia*. »r*K»rlb AU Bro*»» V» •“»
U.laa t. rtsssa
H»w -*«l»t»M« Caa B» Made AttvaaM«»
la Spit» ot Dl»»»ara*aiaaats.
What la the matter with the royalty
Half the illnesses and more' than
IseaarlraMa Pkre>«el Pewsn stf th»
Mr. Sumner stood six feet two inches b EpitoBe of the Principal Efetb No»
half the unhappiness lu life come from
F-AWATirrTg?^ - ORgGON of tho world? It is all broken up anil the want of some active outside Inter high without his shoe* and he was *o
going to pleoes. Dom Pedro of Brazil
has become almost a chattering im
becile and* regen t is talked ot Queen
Victoria is passing into decrepitude
and second childhood, and it is no se
cret that the Prinoe of Wales does not
expect to ascend the throne, believing
that ere it shall be vacant Great Britain
will have become a republic. Enqieror
William has one foot in the grave, and
the Kronprins is battling with whal
may prove an incurable disease. The
Gear of all the Russias has faced three
successive attempts at assassination in-
the last six months, and oontemplatM
the probability—nay, almost certainty
—that some one of the series still
awaiting him will prove fatal. His
oldest son and hoir apparent Is Incom
Francis Joseph, Emperor of Anstria
and Hungary, Is beloved and honored
by his subjects. But Jie I» a feeble old
man, and when he dies the bonds
which unite Austria and Hungary are
likely to snap asunder. The CtoWn
Prince is very unpopular, and Ida
mother, the loarles» horsewoman. Em
press Elisabeth, is almost hated. Spain
lias no sovereign. It is waiting.for a
clouted baby to grow up into a Queen.
Servia does not know whether it has a
King or Queen or not Queen Natalie,
a Russian officer'a daughter, is in exile
with the heir apparent. King Milan
has ordered that she bo never allowed
to return. Ho himself is in Vionna,
and Ristics,' the Prime Minister, i»
lying awake nights pondering whether
he shall not order both King and
Queen to stay out of the country, and
he himself run the Govern menu
There is our friend ex-Ki ng Theo-
baw of Burnish knocked out of Ids job
at Mandalay by General pundergasl
and some English soldiers. Then ther<
is Abdurrahman, poor vexed soul, who
can’t for the life of him tell you to-day
whether he is Ameer of Afghanistan or
a mere English figure-head. Thun. too.
there is the fat, economical old Queei
of tho Netherlands, who has jus:
scandalized Amsterdam by revoking:
her order for her gay dresses, lest the
sick King should die and she have to
wear black. The King of Corea |>a,
asked to bo allowed to quit Tin
royalty of earth Is sick, and lije sick
ness is unto death.— Cincinnati ¡‘otl.
SUMNER'S STRENGTH. .
well built that his height was only no
est—something te take the person out ticeable when be was near a person of
ot bimsolf-, chiefly though out of her ordinary sise. But there was a man
self;, and give her tilings to think of ner about him, a free swing of the arm.
tka Tomrs of Nlw»«
beyond her own sensations—things to a stride, a pose of hi* shaggy head, a
In ll.o.d l>.,llthi.
sympathize "Witti boyonrl her own vagus sway of hl. broad shoulders that gave
Soma folks who bare bad dreams
itl»ap|>oi nt menta and shadowy desire* to those who knew him beat the idea
taka great pleasure hi describing
The spiritual barreness of egotism and that he was of heroic sise. Then. too.
them, and such a ohe is Colonel
tff idleness makes life a very desort, tlierj Was somoUiim; ip the intent look
where no green thing flourishes, which of his deep-set eye. ' bis corrugated
•v .TLa other day tlie Colonel moved
no dew from Heave i refroshos, nor brow, the frown born of intent»
flown one <f the principal streets in
living water rejoice* 8olf-oenterod and though* and hi*'large head, made to
: Austin, wearing a troublod expression
uninteres'o«l, life to such an ono is bui
seem yet larger by its crown of thick,
and a now suit ot clothe*
In his un
a |ioor entertainment for the sonsos; heavy, longish gray hair, all of which
wonted ^batrnction ho very nearly
ns and affection»
nnd the deeper emotions
gave the idea eL physical greatness;
oolUdml wfitb Judge Peterby.
.have no share thorein. i. The dr dor oi
but with his freq, oom Smile the »et
“Why so p "naive?" Inquired Judge
the day. with all its necessary circum
frown passed, h!S I whole qppcaranco
Potcrby. “aud why that haunted
stances of forni, and gradual wear
•. liMikP** J
s _ •_
ing of (lie morning through the noon ohanged. and his face beamed like a
“Hollo, Pererbyf* cxclaimed Colonel
to evening, mi l tho sloo|i. which 1« dark lantern suddenly lighted.
Terg.T. “Excuse me; I did not b «* c
- n'y I he culmination <>f tho lutlinrgv smile effected a wonderful transforma
yon. Well, well, I don’t wonder that
of tlie waking hours—is ono longronrd tion in his whole appearance, and it
sot up a peouliar sympathy between
I look haunted. I have boon hunted
of wem-iness nnd di-satlstiiotlon. Like
witheroil boughs wh oh bear no roses, himself and its ccoip'rnL
For one of his sedentary habit* ho
•Hinletk eh? *71» bettor to hunt
not an hour hat Its moment of doligot,
than to be hunt, I. In what ferocious
not nn action has Its hope of j >y or had oxtraoçdinaiy strength, and yct-ho
mannor were you pursued? Snake*
f'dlillm nt of pleasure. Tho dull day ..was not an athlete. While in Wash
saragos or wild animals? Bad dream
creeps slugjislily fro u d.-iwn to c òte, ington hi» only exercise was walking,
or a well-devolopod caso of night
and not a now thought h.-is bocn and as he believed it was tho pace
awakened nor a newsonsntion aroused. rather than thé- distance that tell*
“A dream. At leas*. It was partly
Marion In the “Moaiod Grango" was when opportunity offered ho would go
• dream, partly astern rokllty.”
not more dreary than ilio man or at a rate that amazed beholder* Somo
“What were the prevailing symp
woman who has no ontsido Interest, persons attempting to join nnd koep up
toms—the principal feature* Yer-
and whost Ufo is bound up In solf; and with him only succeeded by L-iking nn
no prisoner over halletl tho free air of occasional hop, skip and jump, such ns
•Tn the first place, I imagined my
Ueitvoii with more rapturous gra'ilit le children practice when walking with
self at El Pitso. and thgt a mad dog
than would such an ono if svt in the their parent*. Up to the time of his in
tried to scr»|K> my arqunlntanoe and
way to mnko that Interest and onlnrge juries lie walked much in XVasliington,
Interflow me. Now. I despise mtul
those lioundarie* For wo must never for. as he said, ho could outwalk
dog* and want none of thoir atten
forget that many things which look omnibusos, and give them long odd*
tion* and consequently I struck right
He was hardly aware of Ids enormous
like faults, nnd pass uiid "f tho nomo
out for Qnlveeton Bay. sine hundred
■f fnul * aro in reiillty misfortunes— strength, it was so seldom callod into
miles distant southeast. The dog
the result of conditions nitido for us exercise. HtM-^books were packed in
still pursued m* like tlie villain in
and not by us. itnd-notato bo ItfVkon large boxes at\ the end of each session
the play, and whan I rxacheil tho
and sent from ins rooms to the .Capitol,
by »celi energy ns wu possess.
G ilf I wns not leading by ifiore than
In this one word imlood lies tho only to bq returned at the beginning of
two or throe lengths nt tho best; but
heart ot tho matter. With'energy we the next session. Thoso boxes weighed
In I went, nnd the widremoutliod case
m*ko nn inb-res: for ourselves, in spite nearly live hundred pounds each, and
of canned ,bydro|>hobia plunged right
•f the poverty of our eircuiiHlnnces. were difficult to handle in passages nnd
in after tn* And tlie brute actually
Without it, opportunities of rich on- stairways, nnd so wore nccorapnnlol
waded, too; waded more than throe
j lyniont p iss by unutilized,'ami we by four mbn. Once whon he wjta liv
mile* Tinsie Galveston people never
let slip all chances forbottering on ing at Rev. Dr. Sampsou's, onctl^lhcsc
wanted doep water worse than I did.
li _ 1» ____
to --- l»a
--- i lnii-n
___ heavy boxe» got stuçkln the »fairway.
I don’t know how much water the dog
ono of Ilio pnsiivs, tlie negative, nn- It could be extricated without damage
drew, but he got stuck on the bar. all
energetic, who dlvrm tho world with to the walls only by lifting it over tho
the same, and I struck boldly ont with
tho attivo ami onorgetlo. Most things banister. The four men failed to apply
a full arm. Iinnd-ovoreliand stroke for
u Ufo that are worth homing at all their strength to the-most nd van: ago.
Mexico. Pretty soon a playful but
havo to be sought and pursmxl. if they for they got in each other's way, and
heavy-jawed shark got after me, and
>re to bo eaptured ami lieH fust thus failed to move the box. The Sen
I wns sorry then I had not remnfne<l
Neither fortune nor pleasure knot k* ator, hatted and gloved, ready to go
in company with the niad dog. Finally
l>eniis;ently at any man’s door, but out. came down the stairs.
I gained the land somewhere down on
HAPPINESS OF FLIGHT.
«Why don’t you lift it over tho rail?"
each has to be at the lea«t looked for
Campechy bank* and there 1 found
up nnd down tho st root, nnd Invited in said ho.
TW» rar» EnJ..ym»nt Whlrh U.rda Takw
myself gnzfng down Into the opest
if II is desired to enter:ain cither.
••How can wo?” answered ono. “Tou
In Thnlr Aerial Kxenrslon»
conn ton anoe of tho biggest nlliga'or 1
May we not infer that all animals But tho niionergetio tnko no pains to have no idea'of its weight.”
ever saw in
You whose muscular development ia great find those radiant guests. If tlioy do not
“Let mo try,” said the Senntor.nnd,
coul.l throw a Saratoga
trunk er In proportion to their bulk that, conio unbidden they do not conio at all; loaning over tlie rail, he seized tho
his . hold that of man should derive from lt> mil tlie flowers a id goms borne by the rope becket nt the end of tho box and
•nd not overload bltn. The alligator exorcise a greater intensity of pleasure, doggish steam on its bosom uro loft to lifted the- latter clear of Its entangle
smiled, and I bowed dofcren lsllv. 1 greater absolutely in proportion to til. drift into the grout ocean of things now ments by one sure prill, splitting his
wsnted to Aeon on the right side of attainment* and leas interfered wit) •mpiosiblo, bociinso of the want of -en- glove, however, across the back. Tlie
him. That waa the ontal.ta. But I by .the greater muscular ease wiUi rgy to sciziTthorn ns they passed-. Toe men were amazed; nnd he. a little
- did wish st. that supreme and $wfn) whiefl^thdy are accomplished. If tbb energo ic, on the contrary, are of those embarrassed, said: “I didn't mean to
ni.im nL that I had boon desiccated by is so the majority of the mammalia and who improve thoir ho’ding. No mat- lift it, only to try its weight;” and then
tho shark. B it just m tho alligator almost all birds should In their power- icr how poor the soil—how .tinnropi- went back for fresh gloves -L'qsmopot-
had made all his littls interior ar- of speedy movements on earth or lofty ions the "Stii-roundings—they know ilan.
ra igoinonta for mv reception I aw.,k*
flight In the air possess resources oi vhenec to gather rich material and
My mother-in-law wm looking down I mental ploasure intense beyond our« fertile seed for tho hotter harvest
DRESS WELL, NOT GAUDY.
on mo with the calm atony stars of n
and loss subject to be dimmed by th. md
. basilisk, and I was then regretful I pain ' of overstrained musçl.w. Th. they are of llioso whose clrcum- Why every Woman Should Arrey n»r»»lf
In Neat and Tasty Garment».
hail not jumped down the alligator'»
power of flight is without doubt asso -ta ces proci mio tho nood of oxer
“The day will soon come,” says a
larynx, and gone Into winter quifrior*
ciated with pleasure* which we can
well-known leader of fashion, “when it
I learned, too late, that all the rest of
not directly gauge or estimate, but of erest for which they have to work nnd will no longer bo a slur on a good wo
my torments bad been myth* Here
the value of which our desires can give
man, old or young, to say she thinks n
waa astern reality. Was it not a hor
us some file* That birds distinctly •omfort* nnd break il i tho deadly good deal of dress; she nttnehes enor
rible thing to betortun-d all night nnd
enjoy thy exercise of their powers there
mous importance to resthetics. ” Wliilo
then at broad daylight be turned ov.-i
can be no manner of doubt. Having hat monotony which kills tho fluor it remains a good motive to give others
to tho enemy?”—7K-/W Rifling»
once ncquired the power of flight or
ploasure and spare them disagreeable,
inherited it from their sauropeldan an break, and which niakos tho very shocks, the rule must hold good in
misery of tho rich.
cestor, thoy have developed It far be
No mntlcr what tho interest so long every department of life. “The day
Th» DlHlcultl«« « Train Captain Roe 1«
yond all the requirements of their in
Keep HI» n»ee.
is we make ono for ourselves.
Fyom will soon conic when it shall be arocog-
“Riilronfls do nnt often reinstate n dividual or specific life. U it were irt to religion, and from philanthropy nizeif duty to conceal what is offensive,
man after he bar been bounced.” Mid ■» not pleasurabl* then flight would be o nomilo work, all Is useful, if sone when slight deformities of limb nnd
veteran of the rail to mo as we wer. discontinued when it was no longei forms are purer and nobler Ilian skin shall be avowedly disguised by art
thundering along his road. " A pa«- necessary. BuL as • facL bird life otliors. Many people do very bail art and great and startling deformities
•onger conductor is generally one who presents innumerable instances of the —paint picture« that are caricaturo«; shall cense to disgrnce our public
lias been promoted from the brakes. • maintenanoe of the power* oi flight in «ing in viifore to which llnkett os are streets It is ono of the duties of life
Bometim-s an engineer Is made a con ■pecio* to whose existence it is by no is silver bolts; write book* innocent to grease tho wheels on which we drive
ductor, but yon will And these things means eoaentiaL The skylark iloesnot f tho very elements of compiisiiion— as far as ever that is consistent with
an cxooptlon. Companies like to keep soar from mercenary motives; pigeons, but all tho samo thoy hnvo nn interest other duties, and most people must
good engineers at. the throttle. They domesticated for génération* fly about wh ch has liftod thorn out. ot the dead- judge for themselves how fur that is
“It is ns easy to dress well as ill,
had rather give them tare pay than all day long, though they need to seek V dullness of the past. If they have
to promote them. As a rule it is first neither food nor shelter. It I* not nec io higher vocation, nnd their powers since dress we must Absolute uncon
brakeman on a freight, then to the essary to watch bird* on the a ing for .ire not capatilo of attaining greater sciousness as to how she looks is im
earns plaoe on a passenger, tlion con- very long to convince one’» self that result* it is hotter for them to use possible to any woman, since every eye
dnetor on a freight and by and by tr the act of flight is oue of pure enjoy hem on there lower levels Ilian no", nt tells her uubtdden; therefore, indiffer
the passenger train by mighty slow ment, that it I* cultivate«! anil adorned II; and tho world bcm fit* nt )< a«Lin ence to appearance is inculcated. It is
conches. Many a passenger conduct, with tlie refinements which character <o fur that they aro thereby rendered natural to wish to please in all ways by
or has to wurk an ""an extra" for tw< ize an “aocomplishmcuL" Buch is the inppier—with li e consequent result of kindness and a pleasant manner—or,
years or more before he gets a trni evolution of the tumbler pigeon, such greater happlne«» radiatoli on to at least not to displease. How deli-
of lib own. And then, whon the cor the more refined and masterly hovering >ther* If they aro well endowed they oately Goldsmith distinguishes his two
innocent and admirable wo-
eted plaoe Is In sight, he has a wreck, of some birds who posses* the power oi lo good work in itself, and the world
Differently * lovely,
and If ho hasn't a mighty good cn-n so balancing themselves on a slnntlng « the richer by the tehievoment. — manhood!
was often affected from too great a de
and occasionally influence ho get breeze as to remain motionloss, with re Chicago Standard.
sire t«j please; Sophie even repressed
bouncod. Thon he ha« to go to eon.- spect to the earth, without apparently
moving a wing or • feather, floating
—B/lgliim 1» the groat home of excellence from her fears to offend'—
other road aud begin at the bottom.
“Ikaow a man who has worked n; all the Um* riff and oalm.— NineUtnUi pigeon fanciers, containing. *» it does, "one vanquished by a single blow, the
imru than a hoii«and pigeon soelorie* other by efforts successfully repeatod.’
«Me way tor ton year«. Tho very fir Vrntnry.
which »end away from a hundred thou
“Very beautiful women are seldom
run ho had with his regular train ther
sand to one hundred and tifty tliou- rain. They are so used to their own
was a «mashup, and after the investi
Buffering to B* Beautiful.
■• d homing bird» every summer to beauty that they do not think much
gation he was fired. Hu had ssv . m I iq
about $1.600. He took this money an<
From their oirli s. youth ths Bur liff.-ront part» nt Europo (..o«tly about it, any more than a man thinks
went on tlie Board of Trade, and Io« mese men tattoo their legs from the Francs and Spain), there to be let go much about his rank or profession when
every dollar 11 leas than a we k. H thighs down to ihe knees with design» tnd II d their way back ngaia. Races not engaged in his duties. Tho rain
went to railroading again, at th both floral and animal, and puncture have sometime» been flown from Rome, woman Is the one who has been un
brakes on a freight, for another con. the up|>er part of their bodies with •tine hundred mile« distant, but the fairly disparaged. Undue self-con
pony, and has j i«t boon put on as eon numerous round hole* into wlifch they dMenoHia say» that this long flight sciousness is the revolt against injustice
ductor of a freight on a Western root" rub vermilion powder. This operation ■as proved too destructive to valuable ind like all revolts is disagreeablo.
that kills about »lx conductor« every ia such that wpluin is often adminis Idr.l* owing to tho difficulty of pane- Were all women acknowledged to havo
je.r. Barring the dangers of an en tered to di-adsn the agonising pain ing the A pa.
each her points, personal as well as
gineer, his place Is tho best qn th that it cause* and I have heard that
mental, ami allowed to cultivate them
A Medical Socrates.
road. It la mighty seldom that a* deaths frequently ensue from gan
in a sensible and simple spirit, there
engineer, If be escape* is held tn ar grenous Inflammation, tho result of
A qi’tnk doctor recently removod to wonld be less envy and malice, leas
fount for an accid-nf. The Brother these pu'ioture*
But there is s Au»t«n. Tex., ami 1« doing a flourish- vanity and wasted time, and more in
hood of Lncomotiv • Engineers is II»« proverb wbluh say* "It font uufhi ng busioes* Il was employed to at- nocent pleasure throughout life. But
strongest and • aunehest organlsatio. ; e«r sire brl," and the admiration and cml old Mr. M. Ginnl* wlm is jn a i pretty woman who leaves her mind
on tbs face of the earth, and 1» the only envy excited afterward m -y perhap»
rejly Fad w«y with typhoid fever.
uncultivated her mind and heart for
“Well, doctor, how Is he renting the sake of her body, that is ths illus
ono that a railroad directory is afrahi com| e mate these victims of vanity tor
of. But the place of condnc or, e«pe- th* tegtiir -s to w hlch $ho dscoratio
mF” asked a member of the family.
tration of the "jewel of gold in the
rnger conductor. Is the moo «objected them. The tattooing i< of-
"There M still hope to save him if «wine's snout?' "—Dry Ooodt ChroiM-
and uncertain that a mt fecletl by Ihe juice of a plant wMcb 'io I res until te^prorrovr, but if bo riles *'•
•tains the designs an Inky black.— n the meantime "ho is a gone cas«.’’—
w "A LITTLE NONSENSE.“
pa. bow do they eafch mon-
—“Gentlemen ot the jury,’« once
—Folks going off to the springs should
—ATmantl Carrel, tn whom s mono,
Inquired Willie, who had been
«aid an old time judge in Mobile, “the remember that • promise o( fl(jy cents
nngvrio. “The best way now-
lawyers have been here two whole days will got more ont of a waiter than on*
hlnk. is by moani of a double- had a stormy career. He was advent- iiarnsaing.'the constitutionality of the dollar cash. —Macon Tcttgrapk.
bustle and triple sise eart urn«« from the moment that he Mt 8' law under which this suit was brought
—Some Washington Indies have In
hed a* fancy paraaah" Cyv until he was shot by K,n|| de Gir Tou have nothing to dq with that All troduced the fashion of wearing rings
rked Willie's mother, mus- ardi* who Swqre on the tomb nt hl- you have to »««irtain la whether the on their thumb* and each, of course,
ninch addicted adversary aerer to tight a duel again •an got the money. If he did be ought thinks herself thumliody, la conse
cfore wo wer» When fighting In Spain in the Foreign to pay it Tak*tha case."
Liberal legion. which was rentpoae«'
—MI m Hood—“Three In the gold.
—Old Lady (in drag store, to small
of Frenchman aad Italian* the CM-
nnel. an Italian, thought he saw th< Captain! Fro outshot you this time." boy)—“What am I to toko this medi
French waver, and said so. “Vou lie." Captain Angus—“Te* but what ha* cine ia, sonny?" Sonny—“Taks It in
become of my other arrow? I »hot your month, mum. 'Talat to be rubbed
” Votes of tramp la buahea— o*"—A’. F. Snn.
Everything of General Interest to a
Devoted Principally to Washington
Territory and California.
ittnctii« Public Interest
M. Alexander, a clothing merchant,
‘Over 400 pupils are now enrolled in was found dead in his store at Bellevqe,
A number of casevof scarlet fever the Eugene public school.
»re reported in Cole's Galley, Southern f Graus» growing nicely on the range» J Nellie Ahart, a four-year-old daughter
. '/^nd •'ock of »11 kind* is dojtig well in of Peter Ahart, was fatally burned at ‘
Eighteen young army officers ba.
«▼yMiniatili» county, f
.been sentenced to various terms of
Jqg. Johnson,boatswain of the British
There are said to be fifty-eight coses
exile in Siberia on charges connected bark Androsh, fell into the river aud “ofw measles on the Puyallup ( W. T.)
with a revolutionary plot against the wasdrowned at Albina.
government at SL Petersburg.
There is more mountain fever in tliis
At the ranch of T. A. Hulun, noar •
Rev. Mr. Tate, while beat riding on valley al present than ever before
Visalia, Cal.,Leroy (colored) shot and
a small lake, near Walsenburg, Col.,
known, says tlie Wallowa Chirflm.
kill, d Henry Fridgeon.
capsized Ihe boat and was drowned in
R. E. Marple, the murderer of D. I.
Bears are said to be making very
the presence of liis wife, children and
several men standing on the bank, Corker, was hanged at Lifayette. This free with the orchards in the vicinity _ -
who were ( powerless to render assist w is the second legal execution in Yam of Port Townsend, XV. T.
Fred Numan, a young man of Seattle,
A great deal of fall plowing ¡»..being was drowned near Coupeville, XV. T.,
Kneeland'» hotel at Slielton, W. T.,
was burned to the ground, and also a done, and there is a constant demsud by tlie upsetting of a steam launch.
saloon adjoining. The hotel wus rente., for men to work bn farms, says the
XV. F. Borchers, an old rerident of
by a man named August McLean, and Weston 'Zzndrr.
Sacramento, " accidentally shot and
In Umstiira county prairie chickens killed bimsel! willi a breech loading
it is thought by the i>eople in I hat vi
cinity thut he set it on fire from mo grouse and pheasants never were so gun.
tives of levenge. An unknown man scarce. The cold ruins in the spring
Up to Novembet 1 pf this year, 1235
was consumed in the building.
bales of hops, with aggregate Weight of __\-
Stockmen throughout Biker county 22C,l>03. pounds, were »flipped front
A fnt.il collisiou occurred at Bren
ner elation, on the A chison & Ne are well supplied with feed for the North Yakima, XV. T.
braska railiond. A pasrenger train winter, ami there is every probability
Josephine Mirlin, a Norwegian
coming south crashed into the rear of <hal stock will pull through the winter wornap, died from a dose of “ rough
a freight, telescoping the caboose, which safely.
on rats,” at 8*n Foaneisco. She to kv
was u> cupi. d by »ix graders on tlieir
Sylvester, son of XVm. Bieck, while it in mistake for medicine she tTad beeu
way lo Aikauri». John Worth was driving on a load of wood, near Har using, being in ill health.
scalded to death. Wm. R .binson was risburg, was crushed under the beam
The planing mill and the sa-li nn 1
seriously scalded and will probably of a woods hr d, iuiliuting serious, though
do >r factor« ot the M olera Flume arid
die. T. M -El.lowney, Clia«. Pullman not necessarily latal injuries.
l'rad ng Cohipany, waTbousinned-by
and A. F. Wilcox were badly scald'd.
The Coos Bay F'slu rmen’s Protec fire at Madera Cal, A eargenter n uned
AugustSpieSrAdolpli Filclier,Adolph tive Union has filed articles of incorpo Alonzo C. Collins perished in_ llio
Engel »nd A. T. Parsons, the anar ration with the Secretary oT Staig.. flainrs. The loss is over $20,000 -
chist», were hanged at Ciiicitgo. A jos- Capital st< ck $1,000. Also the First
tition with eleven miles < f signatures Congregational Clror'li of Albina. — The vegetables grown in XV.ishing-
ton Territory aie surprising to visitors
was presented tA-Gov. Og’.esby, praying Value of property, $800.
from the East. XVatermelonS weigh- «
that the condemned men be reprieved.
Land Commissioner Sparks has re ing 57 pounds, cabbages weighing 40
The reque.-t was granted in-tlie cures jeeti d selections of the Oregon & Cali-
of Michael Scwub and Samuel Felden. lornia Railroad of about 62,000 acres pounds, beets 24 and potatoe- 8 j pound«
Meantime Louis Linng had committed of land in Oregon wilhin'the quadrant are calculated to excite the worftler of
suicide by blowing his head off with a formed by restoration to tho public do any people outside uf the Territory. >
Prof. Cushman, win has.charge of -.
fulminating cap. The olherfour paid main of the-forfeited portion uf the
the Government exploring expedition
tlie penalty of tlieir crime on the scaf Oregon Central railroad grapfe
in SoufJt Arizona; has unearthed a
fold with reniaikable coolness. Engel, i
Ontjjby one^pompanv B of the First whole city there and exliiitiie.l 200J
Parsons, Fisdlter and ScWab wete
Regiment of Oregon Voltinte. rs, en- skeletons. The local ion is about eigh’y
I gaged in the Indian war of 1856, are
The Curadian Pacific overland .pissing away to join the great majority, miles nortliwe8t of Tucson, near tho
sleeper, leaving Vancouver,_aiuJL ■^-tsays n Jacksonville paper?—Of—the-■' junction of Salt river with the Gila.
X night watchman f und the I.udy
»enger car were thrown off the -track, J eighty-four men that composer! that
of a laboring man lying at Ihe foot of
tumbling down an enil.nntei ent thirty
company, rank and file, but seven re the embankment of the railroad truck
feet high at. a place between Grasselt* main.
at Stockton, Cal. The coroner found
and Otter, about half way between
Port Arthur und Cartier. The cause . The oldest editor in Oregon or IVash- a deep cutover the right eye, which rt
of the accident was a broken rail and" ’ngton Territory is the editor of the is believed resulted from being hit by
the fact that the train was trying to Ellen»burgh (W. T ) Locnliter.. He a freight train which passed through
make up lost time. The drawing room J'Utes back to September 12, 18o0, a there.
car was full of sleeping passengers, bttle more than thirty-seven years,
The bridge over the Columbia river,
and considering that the car was a "'hen lie took charge of the Spectator, at Ke.tnewiek, XV. T., is only tempo-
comp’ete wreck, it seem« providential the only piper in Or. gon, in the sum- rary work-, for use until the permanent
that beyond a few cuts and bruises all , ,ner °f lf>«»0.
bridge shall hnvo been finished. It
A few days ago a man was found at will be some time before the perma
A Montgomery, Ala., special tells a R"ck creek, Grant county, un<j£r a nent one will be built. It is said tlie
horrible storv of the burning of two *««<>'> that had turned over On and bridge will be similnr to- the one at
colored men. They hud assaulted a seriously injured him. He was a Ger- Ainsworth across the Snake river.
young white woman, and were cap ma0 named Peter Hows( who had been
Three children, nil suff.-rinc from
tured by a posse of farmgrs. The young deserted by bn wife at Malheur, and smallpox, were found in nil <>!d build
woman identified them on sight. A with his little daughter was coming to ing teparated by only two walls from
trial was had and the people decided Upper Oclioco to his friends.
the Broadway sclidbl house, where a
that the two men should be burned to
Work I ibb been resinned at the Cas- hundred or more children attend school
deatli. A.log pile was built on the cade lock«, »nd those in charge claim at San Franciecu. Tho parent» iiad
ride of a public rond, and thé negroes they have 210 men al work. Tlie lower seemingly attempted to conceal Ilia
were chained each between two heavy ’ end of the canal is filled with sand presence of tlie disease. They ore
logsand then the four log.« were chained which is being taken out. A gang of Italians.
together, so that the wildest contor- about twenty men are employe«! in re
Mount Constitution,on Orcis island.
lions of the wretches could not shake cutting some of' the stone which was W. T., is 2400- feet high, from the top -
them. A fire was kindled, which toon cut «everal years ago,and another gang of which some grand scenery is dis
blazed up and enveloped them. Their is putting up some buildings and re- cernible. It has two fine lakes, pretty
wrilliings and screanni ware not heard pairing others.
well up. A correspondent writes th it
long, for the fl.mes soon put an eud to< C. C. C< ffiuberry, of Union, was a movement is being organized <o grade
thrown from a buggy by a frightened a road to ths top of the mountain in
The trouble with the Crow Indians tertm ¡n Grand Ronde valley, and bo order to opeu a summer resort at the
is ended. G. n. Roger gave them one seriously injured that he died the fol- summit. ■
hour and a half in which to consider j lowing night. The L i Grande Omette
The residence of Enilllinien, a
his demand to surrender. They re comments on the accident as follows: butcher, with the contents, burned nt
fused, and a red-hot ekirmieli tuyn re i’lie mortality caused by runaway teams Fresno, C.<1. H insmi's two year old
sulted, in which Corporal Charier and fractious horses in this county is son, in the building, burned to death.
Thompson wis killed, Private Eii;cne something frightful, there being almoit The mother and two remaining chil
Malloy »lightly wounded, and Private an aveiage of two persons killed every dren btrely escaped with their live«.
Clark thrown from his horse and Jiis year in this w.y, and the death rate One boy four years old was bidly
i-hoiihler dislocated. A running £gtit from this source seems either *oa the
scorched, tiklie orogin of the fire, it is
ensued, the Indians retreating, some increase than otherwise.
^supposed, was a detective Hue.
ton ;>eaceful gathering near the agency,
Alonzo Morris, engaged at a logging
John Cutler, a laborer engaged in
mid otheia crossing the riv<rand tak camp near Pine creek, B iker county,
ing to the hills, ‘»dwordbearcr” mailt was killed instantly and horrible man whitewashing a store on M intgo nery
a fin>d stand at the crossing of tlie Lit gled and crushed by the falling of a street, Bail Francisco, while stuidinj
tle Horn, alauit one mile b. low the tree. He Ind just commenced logging oil a board, und attempting to white
agency, in which he and probably that day and had driven his ox team wash a corner of the room reached too
three of -liie followers were killed. to a standstill near the tree he was far, his feet pushed the pt.iuk from
•• »wordbean r’s"l>o<lywa» brought into ^ut^o'ML Tiie’tree'w’as” ready" io under him, and he fell to tlie floor
Tlie tree was ready to
fall, „hen the oxen started up, and with a crash. He fell oil his h a I, re
reported dead. Most of the Indtane fearing they w.mld get in harm’s way, ceiving a shock that caused concus
circled nbmt and return, d. lo the h(J attempted to stop them. He had sion of the bruin.
The boys on the d ix force of the
agency, mtxtng «tih the odier c.tmps tl||) g(),leil(ew
There are now sup^aed to be from L n „„ hi
in lbe Uck Western Union telegr iplu mes-euger
service strut k at Bin Francisco for ten
twenty to fifty on the outatde.
and head. "
hours’ work a day, instead of thirteen
At 8t. Louis an explosion of gasoline ! i
_________ .1 r. i ««••
in the rear cellar of Michael Newman’s
. „ . . . .</ H ' lnntng- and fourteen anti eonietiffies more.
They also asked that regular •' night
grocery store, liftesl the two story build- 2"
|‘ieAth hi a singular ni inner at the boys” should 1-e employed to w-rlc
from 2 p. m . to 3 in tlie morning, thus
doing away with tlie former system of
pons. They were Michael Newman,
» alternate “ nights on.” Toe company’»
’ »»oniesteau claim there, and the twr managers at first positively relused tho
aged 52 ; Mrs. Newman, aged <0; ; h,,«
Manne Newman, aged 18 ; Nelhe New bojB were chopping wood. Cal. had a demands of the youthful strikers, but
very sharp ax, and in a fall backward as aq app filing array of telegrams be
man,aged 15; Kate Newnian, aged 11;!
Eddie Newman, aged 13; Charles D-i ^edfinî nd“ami'll' l,i-',nec1k l!nder gan speedily to accumulate, with no
vére, Mr* Citati.» Devere, Hatri- „f/1? "
vem. prospect of delivery, reconsideration
Crown, of Cohitnt»up, Kv., Chiles Elf iieln and tlio
nei^libjr * for was so >n taken, ami the little fellow«
resumed work victorious
The explosion was followed l.y a fire,
which was with great difficulty put ou' I ■ ,
tbe Secretary of State
by the firemen. They then began the ®'er»»
“ie following counties have
search for the dead. All of the uiv ‘ . coPle» Ute assessment'roll« of
•taire was occupied as a tenement l!*c,r fe»læcllve counties, and from
Newman ami his family )ive<l over the , enJ,lt ,s
<hat the amounts of
follows : : Wash-
store. The force of the explosion was taxable
. , 1 eJL
terrifitv An entire block of building- •”R^,l’"l2,G8Hli)6 ; Morrow,$l.172.318 ;
north of and acrons the alley from the V. o Ol>’T.Gratte, $2,814.121;
building in which the explosion took ô4i
’ ’ l
’ Golijml.», $6!W,-
place was gutted !$• the blast. The
Newman bio. k waacrushed in and was i,r ¿1® ' Balu'r- ♦l.<’^
I Coos, $1,-
covered by the roof, which had sett led 71 <ia-«¿1«
Are You Bilious ?
down upon the ruins and forineda, ’*''’l,i,i');J,,''ll8'**»"$-886146i);Mal-
fnlht to eurtt I mrwt
barrier through which the rescuers had *’eur"
• rranfed M».e of the tJ¥CT
to cut away tho beams and walls. -
K,"“‘ Cm- Mo.
W. R BERNARD.
whiefl impeded their progres«. In the
13.772,571 ; Clack«-
Do You Want Good Digestion 7
»ame building lived Charles Devere, a V1.1*’
traveling sab »man, and his w f* Vis ¡¿nn'
iting them was Miss Hattie Brown, of
Columbus. Kentucky. She waa badly
" »bowa, $u58 524. The amount ■
injured, but miraculously escaped “ ... ’ . e ProP*rty in the entire State
death, and waa the only person who
passed through the horrible ordeal anti
’,9 (M**,000 last year. Mult-
uo Yon Suffer from Constipation 7
lived to tell the story of her escape.
“ . “ ’
by far the greatest gain
mcresse being over $1.700,000
—Prince Ferdinand, whom the mis
guided Bulgarians chose for their lead
er, wears a bracelet on either arm and **“ • Wlfs*
*‘ Tacoma, and then commit
parts his hair In the middle.
Ite” *»>eide. He was arrested three
a»UK Simoon, U^r Kef.
«-—Jenny Lind Goldschmidt lives Is
« ,go **?'}« ‘Ting to kin a po-
an attractive suburb of London, and,
'** be*‘n in j ■'___
she is sixty-six years old. sh<
" u 8 <!.;:’>ll,?,!,. with
no ™„ u ^ T
Or. to", toOro. .X
feels young and is inteusuly interest».’
»llowed him to
ss'.-“' ’"»n,1" r»““
THE CRUT REGUUTOR
in every mns.&l event
—Duke Charles Theodore, of B.>
rario. the physician brother of the Em-
$!■ uf Aititria. flnrinj a invent stay
at Moran, made no lees than two hntv
e •“-Cked ber in
_ w... with
a rsjor and cut her face
Jrom ± '
I fear u'iy. b:
had cut his throat from .....
dred a»d twenty successful operation« l was K yean eld.
at the eye laflrmacy of that tewa.
Hu wife w
• a young
Md Better than Calomel I
*- Ztilin 4 Ca.t MulMUt, A>