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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1888)
The Oregon Register.
COAST 'CULLINGS.-- | - CONGRESSIONAL.
ST. * JACOBS
Legislation Pertaining to the Interest
of tbe Pacific Const
WHAT IT HAS DONE. I
Relief.— In any climate at any__
i tio.. ..avwl i.wAptz-,1 .u ¿.e flu I---
• or two applications of St.
The LaGrande and Wallowa stage
A Mexican named Spanish Joe was
often < iire« peniianeudy. Ti.iT;,'
has been put on runners.
found fwad4n to death at Virginia, Nev.
Bills, memorials and resolutions experienee iu ten yeurs.
Diphtheria at Ashland and meatlee
Tbe mtn.a *t<oút Butte, Montana, were introduced as follows:
"W ilson Was beta returned to tbe
at Medford are abating.
turned out 73.700,060 lbs. of copper
By Jones—A concurrent resolution
Cures.— The contents of a bottle laJ
Senate by the Iowajegislature.
requesting the President to negotiate thousands of extreme chronic a»«. ?
Anotbeamilitia company is being during the past year. . ...
to directum, there is a a
Two new churches aré being built with China a treaty containing a pro
J ambs B. B eck has beeq re-elected formed at Tbe Dalles.
vision that no Chinese shall enter the every buttle.
to I he Senate by tbe .Kentucky leg
United States except ambassadors and
dists and one by the Baptists.
were shipped east from Oregon.
The Testimony.- Thousands
Lewis Darrow killetl a grizzly bear others engaged in diplomatic service, nisi* mte>tai,tH^a.the aU>ve sr-atenieS
Tbe debt of the city of Roseburg is
weighing 1,000 pouuds on the north and merchants engaged in trade be cure of all kinds of juinful ailment«
Is I he United States the average »703 79.
tween the United States and foreign
yield of wool is about six pound* per
The Roseburg city oouncil recently fork of the Nooksack river, W. T.
The Proof.— To make sore of tbb*
By Saulsbury—A joint resolution ing. answers to ii.qiuri« concenilturJ
- . 1 Democrat« will hold the next State ana, is expected to locate at Adonde, declaring that no further effort can be. inanency of the vures resulted u.. 3
T he defirease in the public debt of " convention at Pendleton, April 3d.
Yuma county, A. T., next spring.
That Jfm elate erf healing to elau
' properly made by the United States to errry cure hoe remained perrnaeani
Decenil*r amounted to »14,584.650;;
About five tons of' matter is deliv obtain the co-operation of the Euro- rurrsre*
It is reported that glanders is prev-
. in ctabhshiug
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the decrease since June 30, 1887, »03,- Bjen, among the horses on Tule lake. ered at the Ixx Angeles postoffiee ~~-¿~ernm¿nU
a S—. — of
€ — values
. • ’* I- * common ratio
830 335. _____________
Bniil Schutz baa been appointed UMliy.
Its Supremacy.— The twenty n.ilta
7 T ~ ' jl**
, U. 8. marshal for Wasco and Crook,
and gold, as money.
in almost every case a permanent <¿J
T he people of Salem1 have caused
• he Supreme Court, dropped dead in,
By Milliken—A bill to take the tax pries rathe surety of every bottle bd
the introduction in both liouws of
h„ been established at the court room at Ban Francisco. •
off tobaoco and the duty off sugar, same, every bottle being a cun and (J
Congress of a bill appropriating »100. Steamboat, Jackson county, and W.
Tom Short, one of the tnost promi with a rebate or bounty to compensate an protected.
nent meh of Ruby City, Nev., was producers of cane sugar in Louisiana
000 for the construction of a poetoffice E. Finney appointed postmaster,
Sold by Druggúte and Dealert Ererytt,^.
building in that city.
The indebtedness of the city of New- killed in his own house by a man and beet and sorghum sugar in Illi The Charle* A. Vogeler Co., Balt*,]
port at the close of the year 1887, wae;
T he Britfth ship The Goolwah, from »978.75.
The Bellevue fferaJei says that in one snyjunt to $10,000,000, and the re
the Minnie Moore mine ha.« paid duetion under the bill will reach nearly
Penrith to San Francisco, was aban I A postoffice has been estafiJUhed at
. company over »9*5,000
ii/vi t fori
._ . 49>).000
^estCoujcb Syrup. T wh <« g«od. üi
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tn time. Sold bv dnigglatH..
doneff at sea January T, in latitude 48
By Teller—To grant nghte of way
McCarthy as postmaster.
north, longitude 10 west.
Four trains and some 300 men are
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named . Charles
ific gn(| 1)t,nTer
board were saved. Ixs* »80,000.
employed in ballasting the new track alone on Box street, Seattle, com-
Rio Grande railway companies. Also,
mitted suicide.by cutting his throat to equalize
T he New York Produce • Exchange south of Ashland.
for extra Musical Department A. L. Bancroft
Quite a number of cases at diph the- with a razor. ’
expenses at presidential poetoffice*.
i moved to, 132 Post St.. San Frahcisco. fif'
reports the visible supply of grain,
January. 7th, as follows: Wheat, 43,-
found dead in his bed at Sani Fran-; jf^ritime Ship Canal company of
857.000 bushels; <x>,m. 0,184,000; oats,
According to the Arli iston Tintf» cisco, The gas was escaping in .he xji^^rmjgua.
5.896 000; rye,’ 300,000; barley, 3, the bachelors of the L- ,g Creek re- room
re and the old man had evhlently' ‘ fiy Mitchell_A meniorii.l from the
public are raising a fund t-. send east been asphyxiated,
fmgjeenth legislatix^gssembly of Ore- i
| Francis .Blake, senior member of the , gon, praying for modification of the;
A ll reports seem to agree as to the for a carload of uumarrieu lemales.
Porcupines are quite numerous in firm of Blake, Moffi't A Towne, whole; treaty between the United States and i
excellence of the coming orange crop
especially throughout the
t™ -sale papier house of San Francisco,Was the Chinese Empire so as to stop and !
in southern California. The Pomona
stock grazing regions, T hey iced on thrown from his buggy and in-tanj;^ ., »prohibit immigration of Chinese and
Proyrr** names 2.2*4) to 2,54)0 carloads juniper berries.
other Asiatic laborers altogether, and
killed, his neck being broken
1 adopt such lawful measures as may be
as the probable output, against 1,600
It is said a movement is oh ' foot to
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-necessary to rid the country of those
carloads last year.
extend the run of the mail clerks on 'the dwelling of J. Arzuello. 4n o’#- already here.
’ Hotel and Surgical Instii
the O. S. L. to Baker City instead of
A memorial asking that the Colville to Huntington, as heretofore.
death. The other occupants of the j By Dawes—A bill providing for the btaiT of Eighteen Ex|it-ric need and ikl
ful **hyHlciau.H nnd HurKeon*.
house succeeded in escaping only in ! appointment of an inspector of Indian
Indian reservation l>e ¿restored to the
W. Christian, brakeman on the
schools, who is to have direct super ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIAL^
public domain Jias been presented to Narrow Gauge railroad, wax instantly their night clothes. ■
intendence of all schools now estab Patients treated here or at th< ir honi«‘s/l
treated at home, through correspondni
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One effect of the cold 'weather in j lished throughout the west.
Congress. Tbe iAervation cyutains killed at Brownsville
as if litre Jn person. Conei
us, or send-ten cent« in
inspector is empowered io discharge “ StnS
5,000 tquare mires' and 800 Indian care.". 1.-------- .."_____ I__ ____ "
Invalid»' Guide-Book,** whTCiT’glVCS iU! pui
children at Eugene.
teachers, abolish -ch<»o1s an«I otherwise uliirs. X tldress: WonLD’ s-iMs m s wA i ttM
cal A ssociation , 6d3 Main St., Buffalo,I
.- P?LRal^^^ea,re..Bgftm ag'^ Francisco are disabled from the dis-1 manage the »-duration of Indians.
A bill for the erection
T hk trustees uf Alameda. CaUiaJS. ing thb building -rd«# bridge across the ease. Some of the stables are being I By ^pv“! *
-nf «a— p ul c’v— st- ^J n- y e un e,
passed art ordinance declaring euca CoTumbia. Th®"propbeeSTsite is prole- heated with stoves.
Wyoming^ to cost $80,000. *
ally two or three miles east of the
lyptus trees to be a nuisance, because city, where the river runs through a
The Secretary of the Navy has is-!
By Cullom—To pension, at’fhe rate
I $8 per month, all surviving officers
of their destructiveness to sewers and narrow gorge.
_ order for the U.i. steamship
their obstruction to the electric light*,
A party of gentlemen from Crow b» Humboldt—Bay, Cal., for the pur i »na enlisted men who actually served
For “ worn-out,” ‘‘ run-down,” deWM
I sixty days in the northwe«t in the 1 school
and authorizing the Superintendent camp recently had a boat constructed
teachers, rafillhers, Heainafrt'Äii<iä
pose of blowing up the wreck of the ,
and overworked, women g* nmi
Streets to remove them from the pub to explore Malheur aBd Harnyy lakes. I schooner John Hancock, reported as i Black Hawk Indian, or in the south I keepers,
Dr.Pioroe’s Favorite Pivsrrlption is theta
They launched their boat ahd Christ- j being a dangerous obstruction to nav I in the Florida Seminole war. Pep- I of all restorative tonics. It is not a ” Cured
, sions are also granted to widows of ! but admirably fulfills a sinirl^ness of purai
ened. her on tbe “Beautifub Racine.” igation.
being a mögt potent. Specific for ail th
I deceased soldiers of these ware. A Chromic
Weaknesses and Diseases pecultarl
FoR tlre fi-wal year ending 1887 the | The freeze-up, however,.prevented the
Van B. DeLashmutt, C. W. Knowles i special provision declares that this act women. The treatment of many thou«
i party from proceeding m their boat.
deficiency bill that Burna, of Missouri, They went on foot some distance be- i and others>who own the - Stemwinder 1 shall not be so construed as to grant a of such cos*^ at the Invalids’ Hotel nod?«
leal Institute has afforded a large experts
in adapting remedies for ffieff cure, and
introduced in the House, provide for low Pelican Island, about twenty-five mine at Wardner, Idaho, have been i pensiou to'JtSfferson-Daiis.
an appropriation of »5,000 for renewal miles front Burns, where they diacov- offered »300,000 for the same by a; gy Reagan—ToVntend the bill in-
Dr. Pierca’s Favorite Prescript
of-- Montana capitalists..
It , troduced
him to regulate .......
B.„ is the result of this vast experience. J
of the eignal service cable at the : ereiTanoHiSr island about three miles“ syndicate
long. They named it Guano Island, is very probable that the sale -will be j tion, so that the right of immigrants Internal congestion, in flam math
, mouth of the Columbia' river.
No | This place seems to be the home and cxinsumjuaUHl.^JI The
ulceration, it is a Specifk.
’he mine was pur-
pur- ’ to
to remain in/tais
in/lais country may be and
is a powerful general, as well äs uti'rine.tal
part of this money shall be used in breeding ground of all the various chased for »35,000.
challenged at any time within twelve ; and nervine, and imparts vigor and ttr>h
* to the whole s.vstmn. It cures weakMii
laying new cable until the Secretary j water-fowls, and would be a paradise
Fourteen heavily lowle.1 coal ca„ • months after their landing. *
stomach, indigestion, bloating, weak M
prostration, exhaustion, dehilkya
of War shall be satisfied that the old for sportsmen in the spring and sum became detached from a train on tbe 1 By Bowen—To establish a mint at nervous
sleeplessness, in cither sex. Favo rite Pnid
tion is sold by. druggists under our pa
N. P. R. R. near Spring Hill, Mon- i Denver.
one cannot be repaired. Five bun
guarantee. See wrapper around bottle.
As soon as tbe break up in the spring
dred dollars of the above sum is for occurs the Crow campers propose o tana, and started down grade with j The Committee on Territories in-
thoroughly explore both Malheur and
away care collided with a freight train, ably for the division of Dakota, and Send 10 cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce’« h|
Harney lakes for fur-bearing animals. causing a wrnoie wrecK, ana lnsiantiy . a
Treatise on Diseases of Women (lflO pw
terrible wreck,'and instantly admission of South Dakota as a State. paper-covered). Address, W orld *» Dmi
A policeman in a Mexican town has
M edical A ssociation , 663 Main B n
killing fireman P. McShane. Engi-f* Senator ZTTLLLw«
Mitchell intends to aaa«...
insist, i ; 8ARY
been arrested for passing Mexioaif
Buffalo, N. Y.
A Cheyenne special says : The most neer John Sweeney waa su badly in- either by aeparate bill or amendment
dollars made of lead. Such a crime serious accident ever experienced on jured that he died a few hours later. »
d harbor bill, that fu
' to the river
is rare in Mexico. The penalty is! , the Union Pacific road occurred at
The Coroner’* jury tn the ease of’j ture work at the Cascades be done by
very severe, being the amputation ofJ. Edson, a small station near Rawlins, Newton Janie*, the eighteen-year old contract.
* ‘ Senators Vest and Cockrell ’
SHUTS Sf vwfejayVvo
the right hand for the first offense, by which two Deraons were killed and boy who was run ovtff and killed o*n aud other« heartily join in this.
twelve seriously injured.
The east the Virginia and Truckee railroad wwt
the left hand for the second offense. (
bound express had a -broken engine
ANTI-BII.IOIS and CATHAI
and for the third offense the prisoner and . was running slow. WJjen abont of Gold Hill, Nev., returned two <ver
dicts. The minority censured the rail
is stood up in the cemetery and a de two miles east of Edson and east bound road "company for the boy’s death in
Following bills and resolutions were SICK HEADACHE,
tail of twelve soldiers shoot through ! freight crashed into the rear of the not stationing’ a flagman to warn the introduced :
By Symet—For erection of a cua Dtzztnea*. Constipa
him at a wall. There are no blank passenger, telescoping two emigrant train t^t deceased wa^ working in
cars, which burned.
the cut. The majority exonerated the
and Bl llous Attacks,
Of late years counter
promptlv cured by Dr.
feiters sometimes get long imprison
Boston fox Portland, m*t with a seri
Local passenger train No. 6, on the tional amendment prohibiting poly Purgative
ment for the first offense.
oentsrevi.il. by Di-utrffists.
ous accident between Bradford station Northern Pacific, bound east, while gamy.
and the Haverhill bridge over the making regular time, was derailed by
By Anderson—A resolution that the
r T he annual report of the board of Merrimac river, caused by the rails a snow drift near Gray Cliff,'Montana, land grants < f the Pacific-railroad com- ■
spreading near a frog on a curve where the entire train running free from the paniesfbe forfeited.
managers of, the national home for a turn is made to run on the bridge.
By O’Donnel—To repeal the duty
disabled volunteer soldiers has been The smoking car ran on the bridge track upon the prairie, leaving the
road unobstructed. The engine turned >>n sugar, and to provide for payment
laid before Congress. The average and turned over. One coach «mashed upon its ride, and the tender turned of a bounty of »2,000,000 a year for
number of inmates present during the into the water tank house and an ther U|x»n it. engineer Hugh Monroe and two years for cultivation of sugar in
through the sleeper. Six passengers fireman Eric Guxthousen being killed.
last fiscal year was 9.718, an increase
tbe United States.
were killed and fifty-two wounded.
No one else w.te injured.
in five years of 2.980, or 44 per cent
By Tool» —To dispose of the Fort
A' Columbus, Ohio, the Fourteen'h
At Victoria. B. C., th® Chief Justic Ellis military reservation.
Existing branches are now filler! to Regiment's armory was burned.." All
Delegate Caine, of Utah, presented
their utmost capacity, and in the opin- of the uniforms and equipments
i were rendered a decision adverse to the
Canadian Pacifi •• Railway in the suit
ion of the board only one or at most destroyed and I.tXM) rounds of cart of the Attorney-G^n» tai ot British tin- constitution of the proposed State
of Utah, with a memorial asking fdf
two of them should be further on ridges exploded, belonging to the regi Columbia vs. the Canadian Pacific admission into the Union. Also a bill
ruent. The Ohio Poultry, Pigeon,
larged. The report says if it be the Kennel and Stock Ass> ■ciat'on were Railway to recover a bond of $200,000 for that purpose, all of which were re=
intention of Congress to care for all h tiding their annual exhibition at the for not bringing the railway to English ferted. The chief points in the con-
De- stitution are these: Forbiddinga union
disabled soldiers entitled to admission time in the armory.? The value of the Bay within th* stipulated time. “
fendants churned that iujniictions liad of church and state, domination of the
to the home Under the existing laws, exhibit is estimated at. »50,000, all of
which was consumed, except two or prevented them, issued by the Su- state by any church, religious test for
legislation will be required either to
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three dogs. Among the dogs burned preme Court, but the Chief Justice voter«, office-holders or witnesses
establish additional branches, materi were Patta M., a prize pointer valued decided this bad law and no excuse.
cessive bail laws, abridging freedom of
imprisonment' for debt, dis-
ally enlarge existing branches, encour- at »1,000; Sir Charles, said to be the
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_,., Alex. Stuart,
age States to establish State homes, finest specimen of the St. Bernard in steward ...........................
of the ship T.
left cnrtiination against foreigners as to
rights of property, etc.
or to make appropriations of outdoor America, valued at $2,500, and the the vessel with B- atswam Fletcher.
whole of the Alta Kennel of Toledo, After reaching the wharf SruaTt walked
By Phelan—A joint resolution pro
relief for those soldiers who cannot be composed of St. Bernards. In al! over
stout fifteen steps, when he stumbled posing an amendment to the consti
admitted to existing branches. Should 300 dogs of different breeds were lost, over A waterpipe into the bar- FleV tution authorizing Congress to grant
Congress consider that the piesent composing the finest display ever eher threw two railroad lies into tbe ' aid to the’public schools of the several
accommodations are sufficient, the made in Ohio. There wer^ between water to keep his companion fn>m Stales to an amount not to exceed
6*10 and SOO entries in poultry; carrier drowning. When the body was found : »10,000,009 annually.
maximum number of soldiers who pigeons,
etc., for many states. All a large gash w»s discovered on his i By Tillman—Prohibiting tbe use of
shall receive the benefits of the home burned. The total loss will be about head, indicating that he was struck
stoves or oil lamps on railway passen-
should be fixed by law.
| ger trains.
I and killed by one of the ties.