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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1888)
The Oregon Reinster.
A n E pitome or the P rincipal E vents D evoted P rincipally to W ashinuton D evoted
T erritory and C aufobnia .
N ew A ttracting P ublio I nterest .
I nterests or F armers R eliable Q uotation «
S tockmen .
Ewes that have weaned their lambs Walla
An Italian miner, Giovanni Govesg-
The Governor of Tennessee has par
doned Dan Hennessy, of “geld-brick” lia, while rolling logs as the Zeile mine i may be fattened very easily if given
BARLEY- Whois, 7 J
j M ore than two hundred thousand fame, who was sentenced to a five at Jackson, Cal., was apnBtruck, and two meals a day of grain with plenty
rif Brass in the pasture.
bird skins aré now shown at the years’ term in the penitentiary lor died three boars afterward.
ground, per ton, 325
Radishes may be had at all periods.
John Biame, a saildr, who came to
Natural History Museum in London. swindling O. F. Noel out of $6,000.
, Use plenty of manure and grow them ®^.T8~M1Uing’30«3lk kg
Another battle has occurred be Tacoma, W. T., from Ban Pedro, Cal.,
A n immense swarm of bees, took tween the Jones apd Green factions in became intoxicated and was run over quickly, so as to have thenq. crisp and
Samuel S. Brown’s Hancock county, Tenn., and the re and killed in Northern Pacific yards.
All the'leguminous plants that have
A Chinaman, an employe on the
SEED—Blue Gr««« U l »,, I
house in Northfield, L. I. The family sult is that there are two less of the Southern Pacific
at Meiced, Cal., been tried make good ensilage, but othy, 9*0100.; RedcÄM
was driven out, and the bees had to
while attempting to jump on a freight they are so highly nitrogenous as to
• '•'The boiler of the steamer Fulton
FLOUR— Patent Roßi J
tiain, slipped and fell, the care passing make too rich a food to use alone in
be smoked out.
exploded Thursday, in the Gulf, off
Country Brand, $3 75
over b«th hie lege near the thigh.
the mouth of the Mississippi.
EGG8—Per doz, 18c.
T he other night a policeman in
A young man named Erneet Staysa
captain, tbe pilot and two deok hands
was accidentally shot at Pasadena, away from cantaleups and water
Chicago was startled by the appear were killed.
Cal., by a rifle in his own handB while melons. In fact, it is best to grow no
ance of what he thought was a
Two earthquake shock» were felt at taking it out of a wagon. -Hp died pumpkins on a farm where melons 26c.;
ghost, but which proved to be a young Yuma, Ariz. One was quite severe, almost instantly. ——I
are raised, as the bees carry pollen grade, 15®25 j .
CHEESE—Eastern 1 Ra«, I
- lady who had got up in her sleep, and lasting several seconds, and accom
M. Trayner was arrested at Los I from one plant to another.
panied with low rumbling Bounds. No
was walking the streets.
The hoe may now be used with ad gon, 14016c.; CalifomJ^I
Angeles, Cal, on suspicion of shoot
damage was done.
ing W. Eiman. The victim will prob vantage both on beets and carrots.
Michael Murry, short ' stop of a ably die. The cause of the shooting | The spaces between the rows can be
T he lightning which almost demol
$i 50; cabbage, per lb,
cleaned with a cultivator, but the hoe
ished the house of Mr.' Brautly at baseball club, was hit by » pitched is still unknown.
pur sk„ $1 25; lettuce
ball and killed at Rochester, N. Y.
Frank Beaumont assaulted Frank 1 should be used to clean out grass and onions, $1 00; poUu?«^,
Servia, Ga., the othet day, Jiarmed
His neck was broken from the force of
Cox, at Peantano, Cal., who shot him,
none of the family, although a young the ball.
9«c.@$l; radishes, per
Young' corn makes an excellent rhubarb, per lb., 6c.
the bullet entering Beaumont’s throat
son was within a foot or two of th£
Capt. Nat Kinney, the famous ehief and coming out at the back of the greeu manurial crop for plowing un
HONEY—In comb, per Ik I
and founder of the “Bald Kurobbers” neck, severing the spine.
place where the bolt first fell.
der, but the seed is expensive.
5 gal. tin«, per lb 8^!
organization, was shot and instantly
Sam Probst, tbe 9-year-old son of B. ghum may be used also, and the seed
, A J amaica , N. Y., young lady for killed at Ozark, Mo., by BiH Miles^n
POULTRY _ Chicken.
Probst, of Colusa, Cal., fell off the
14 00@4 50; duckend
some time past has placed • her en- anti-Bald-Knobber. Miles escape®
river bank adjoining the 'town and Bow it thickly and pljjw it under when
Mrs. Carrie Harringtonj—wife of a was d'riiwned. The body has been re the plants are about two feet high.
gagement ring in the toe of her shoe
It is not desirable toe'pasture cows
every night for safe keeping.
A day Chicago druggist, committed suicide covered.
by pouring oil over her clothing and
or two ago she took the qboe to a
Fried Bade, 37 years old,
was in woqdlands. The grass grown un
then Betting fire to it. She had been
der the shade is less nutritious, and per lb.; Eastern, 130pn.
cobbler fpr repairs, but did not miss in ill health for some time, and fre
ing in Stockton channel.
From his the animals are apt to find many wild breakfast bacon, laL^/SM
her ring until the honest shoemaker quently had attacks of dementia.
actions, as seen by .people on a yacht, plants, the flavor of which spoils the 10@12c.; Eastern lard, lOailLI
restored it to her.
Sherman Reeves arrested his nephew it is. supposed he was seized with milk for any use.
This is especially lb.; Oregon, 10*c.
Sherman Grim, for dMfirderly conduct, cramps.
l true of . woods where wild
GREEN FRUITS- AppU I
A woman in Argentine, Mich., has at Oakland, Ind. A fight ensued, and
@ 85c.; Sicily lemons. (6 (¿J
station, near xiugawD,
Nogales, i I abounds.
terrorized the whole neighborhood! both drew revolvers. Grim was shot
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______ , sa-
—Many cases of milk-fever may be California, $3 5005
She keeps fire-arms in her house to three tjmts and will die. Reeves was loop-keepers, got into a quarrel with a 1 traced to the manner in which the $6 00; Riverside, $4 00 m 3
If the nean, $4 25.
shoot any one who tries to arrest her;
Mexican over the price of a drink. eows are fed before calving.
Billy Cole, who shot Wm. Mont The two saloon-keepers tired seven cow is waiting to come in, and has
■heir landlord cannot collect his rent,
DRIED FRUITS—Sun dnd
gomery and Charles Grant, was taken
been dried off, she will require but
pies, 7*c. per lb.; machine dried, I
and no one dares to refuse her any from jail by masked men at Guide shots into the Mexican, killing him. very little grain.
The best food is
Doth men were arrested.
lie; pitiess plums, 13c • J
thing she asks for fear lest she will Rock, Neb., and hanged on the rail
grass, with a light mess of moistened
Henry Clay Browtn, a ranchman,
prunes, 10@14c.; peaches lilal
road bridge! Both of Cole's victims
kill him or set his house on fire.
while sitting asleep on the truck near
raisins, $2 4002 50.
are still alive.
San Fernando station, Cal., was struck
A well - known Belfast, Me., firm,
In a quarrel at Tucson, Ariz., one by the overland express. On account
In a majority of cases the lose of
recently received a car-load of white Mexican was stabbed to death and of a curve he was not seen till the' young chicks and turkeys may be Oregon. 9015c.
He was taken traced to lice. At this Beason, when
HIDES—Dry beef hides U|
, wood from Tennessee. When the car another mortally wounded by a Mexi train was upon him.
can named. Jesus Figuero®
The to Los Angeles hospital, where the in the weatiier is becoming very warm, culls, 6©7c.; kip and calf’#3
was opened a hen, was 'found inside,
murdered min was trying to make juries were pronounced fatale
lice multiply rpfiidly, and a few dayB Murrain, 10 @12c.; tallow,3g3J
nearly dead. After some care Biddy peace when stabbed.
only are necessary to have the entire
LUMBER—Rough, per M Im
The loss by the fire at Stockton,
came to and ¡ b now all right,
Constant vigils nee edged, per M, $12 00; T.’J
Howard O. Spencer was held in Cal., was about $100,000; insurance flock infested.
car was between two and three weeks $6,000 and George Stringham in $5 000 about $60,000. The Shippee Agricul should be exercised in order to pre Bheatlling, per M, $13 00; Na
bonds, for the murder of Sergt. Pike tural Works, which used the burned vent lice from destroying the young ing, per M, $18 00; No. 2 ceilmr]
in August, 1859, at Salt Lake City, building for a warehouse, had about poultry.
M,$i8 00; No. 2 rustic,perIf.flj
D ebhon , while at Lake Utah. Stringham made a confession.
This is the time when a close search clear rough, per M, $20 00; deu
fifty combined harvesters stored there,
Minnetonka lately, in looking for He furnished Spencer bis weapon to and a number of grain cleaners, all of must be made for borers in trees. S, per M, $22 50; No. 1 flnonn.I
They can be more, easily destroyed M, $22 50; No. 1 ceiling, m
frogs for bait, caught one which a do the shooting, and helped Sjiencer which were burned.
Remove .the $22 50; No. 1 rustic, per M, $
scientist, who happened to see it, paid
An old gentleman named P._ J. now than later on.
depth of stopping, per M, $25 98; ore]
Palmer, who died at National City,
$1 for. The peculiarity of the frog
newly elected fireman, did not res- Cal., has in accordance, with implicit six inches around the trunk, search inches wide,-extra, $1 00; lend
was that it had no left eye nor a place pond when an alarm rang. .“Get up,.
to 50, extra, $2 00; lengths 50 a]
instructions left by him, had his body for the borer and fill up with coal
for one, and the man who bought it Georgle; if won’t do to miss your first
$4 00; lj lath, per M. |i
put in a heavy-weighted coffin, carried ashes, as the borer does not work on extra,
will have it stuffed and exhibit it as a fire,” said his father; trying to wake out to sea, and after '- appropriate treeB where wood ashes have been 1* lath, per M, $2 50.
him. But the young fellow did not funeral ceremonies, consigned to tbe freely used. . - . ,
' BALT— Liverpool grades of
stir, and upon touching his face, the bottom of the Pacific.
All grass crops make the best hay quoted $18, $19 and $20 for tbe 1
sizes; stock salt, $10.
A B iddeford , M e ., family had father found him cold and dead.
In some localities in Mexico the if cut before the seed-heads form.
Julie Clermont, has been arrested people are suffering a plague in the When a plant produces seed it has
beefsteak for supper the other night,
BEANS—Quote small whites,If
and while sawing away on a piece on a charge of having stolen $26,000 way of an invasion of rats, which go performed its mission and stored pinks, $3; bayou, $3; butter,«
by selling goods to different parties at into towns and villages in large num much of its uutritious matter in the Limas, $4 50 per cental.
that seemed tougher than usual one
Guay mas, Mex., and appropriating bers, destroying nearly everything in seed. To secure the largest amount
COFFEE—Quote Salvador, j
of the family found an army and the funds to himself.
He confessed the way. In some instances destruc of nutrition in hay the grass should
Costa Rica, 18020c.; Rio, 18«
navy cent firmly imbedded in the to stealing $8,000, but it has been as tive conflagrations have been started be cut while tbe stalks and blades Java, 27*c.; Arbuckle's’« reaitadj
meat. Ills supposed the cent was certained that he has deposited in by raAa getting into places where contain the elements that
MEAT—Beef, wholesale, ija
several of the largest houses $19,000. matches are kept, and setting fire to be directed to the formation of seed.
shot into the ox, and that the wound,
dressed, 6c.; sheep, 3c; drewed
Arserious accident occurred on a houses.
Old strawberry fields soon become hogs, dressed, 809c.; veal,
nad afterward healed.
railway near Springfield, Ohio. A
PICKLES—Kegs quoted steadj
Thia can only
An autopsy was held in the case of overrun with weeds.
train, consisting of eight freight, two
T ub big Nova Scotia timber raft, passenger cars and two sleepers, struck John Moata, the lodging-house keeper be prevented by pulling the weeds out $1 36.
between the plants as soon as the crop
whose owners are not alarmed at the a broken rail The engine and every who was beaten by Carl Foustson, a
SUGAR—Prices for barrels; M
sailor, and died, at San Francisco. of berries is picked, at tbe same time C,6$c.; extra C, 6fc.; drygruia
fate of the Leary raft, will soon be
The autopsy showed that death was
launched and Btarted on its way to carrying passengers, were thrown caused by erysipelas, but the disease cultivator.
If all the weeds are 7|c.; crushed, fine crushed, cube
down the embankment.
pulled out as fast as they appear, so powdered, 7 jc.; extra C, 6jc.;W
New York City. It is made "of 30,-
sengers were injured.
and boxes, *c. higher.
Foustson. A warrant will not be is as to prevent them from seeding,
000 sticks bound together, making a
Worth Jackson, a lunatic, who had sued for the arrest of the latter, who there will be but few of them next
raft 700 feet long, with spars from 26 been placed in a bare and clone apart
—A man may be intelligent
is now ong^iis way to Tacoma.
to 176 feet in length. It will be towed ment, ended his career at Cheyenne,
nent indeed in literature and phi
Two youthful horse-thieves were
phy, and yet exhibit very little
but will also be manned and rigged to Wyo., by gashing his throat with bits
Three of the past spring, and give them timely mon sense in the use
of glass obtained by breaking a lamp captured at Seattle, W. T.
Jackson, armed with a them had stolen three valuable horses attention. Remove any shoots that iel Webster and Horace Greeley«
start on the stock, so that they may
Two perfectly pure white birds,
use money ’ foolishly
not rot the graft. A horticultural au\»UBe
tells us that a vraft sho'nld h« ^ven when they greatly needed
which Were caught in Galena, Ill., knife, was captured by a ranchman boys and horses were found by Wm. thoritv
near here, after firing several shots at
their own legitimate purpoeaJ
have been examined by local ornithol
the boys ran, but the others were treated as if it were a young tree in late Matthew Arnold left ud
stead of in the ground. When there
ogists, who pronounce them genuiue
worth but $5,000.'|i The bulk of
Poetoffice authorities at Chicago,
robins. These exceedingly rare speci having in charge tbe box robbery af later severely lectured by the judge are several buds upon the graft One cumulations, it seems, wu
mens of the feathered tribe are about fair have completed a partial list of and allowed to go, as neither was over
pay other people's debts.—DWMJ
Check this by
10]yearB of age. The boys’ names are and outgrow them.
two-thirds grown, and were taken notes, drafts, money orders, and other
Jo Jandos, Charlie Dietz« 1 and Eddie
—Prof. Thurston says In “j
from a nest known to have been built negotiable» papers found in Ober- George.
the exuberant grower.
So far it foots up
the Forum that the world biz
by robins of the ordinary red-breasted over $250,000. The inspector is satis
A farmer who uses fertilizers is pre
Arthur W. Dickens, who is believed
ing the appearance of three mm
fied that the aggregate value of the to be a nephew of Charles Dickens,
greater than any who h«vep»l
stolen documents recovered will be the English novelist, was found dead he applies them to an entire field it is fore. The first is he who will dm
E thel J ones , of China, Maine, had fully a million dollars.
in his room at Loe Angeles, Cal., with
fied him that they pay. k This' being how, by the combustion of fuel, si
just been set out doors by her mother,
The sheriff of Crook county, Wyo., a bullet hole in his right temple. He
so, it is important that the fertilizer )y to produce the electric cunw
when she was heard to scream. Run arrived at Joilet, Ill., with Jim O’Cen- came here from Denver, Col., about a
be evenly distributed so that the great second is the man who will wsfi
ning quickly, her mother saw a rooster nor, a horse thief, sentenced to three year ago. He left a letter saying he est proportionate good may result. to reproduce the beautiful lifl
While coming was perfectly sane when about to take
pecking at her head, and the blood
Much depends on the condition of the the glowworm and the firefly.»I
through low» on the fast train with his life, and that having lived over
running down over her face.
She" his hands and legs ironed O'Connor fifty years as a Bohemian, being weary fertilizer as to dryness and fineness, without heat, the produefioad^
means the utilization of mtfPj
found three large holes det. ted into jumped through a car window and of life, and finding bis financial rela and something also on the kind of out a waste still more seriois tW
drill used and its condition.
her head, made by his spurs, and tried to make his escape.
force feed will not distribute evenly a thermo-dynamic waste; while tlal
solving the problem.
thinks he would have killed the child was stopped and he Was quickly cap
the fertilizer has been left in it to rust is the inventor who is to gl’»*j
Arthur Pesqueira, aged about 19 and ruin it. At the best there will be first practically successful air-»Mf
if she had not rescued hor.
Escaping gas had filled the picture years, committed suicide at Nogales, some imperfection in distribution.
gallery in the west wing of the resi Ariz., by shooting himself through the In a long bout the larger amount of
A ccording to a writer in Black dence of F. C. Denney, at Elmira, N. head with a revolver. He expired in
fertilizer put on at each end has a
—Let plenty ot eunshln«
wood’s Magazine the gypsies of Tran Y., and when Mrs. Denney, before en stantly. He was a son of Ex-Gov. tendency to pack, and will not run
It is cheaper to »»
Pesqueira of Sonora, Mexico, and through so easily as if lees were put
sylvania teach young^bears to dance
niche and touched an electrie ap heir to a large fortune, which he in at a time and more frequently. On pet than pay the doctor.
by placing them on heated iron plates
—A good clergyman pray*1
pliance for lighting the gas, a terrific would have received on the attain account should intentional breaks in
ly for those of his congrep»^
while the trainer plays on the fiddle. explosion followed, blowing the roof off ment of his 21st birthday. He left no
distribution be > made for experiment.
were too proud to kneel and “
The bear lifting up its legs alternately the gallery and strewing the grounds explanation for committing the deed, There will pi.
_ be toe
to escape the heat, involuntarily ob about the house with glass, iron and but it is understood that Pesqueira places where the fertilizer was missed itand.
—If currant or gooseberry
serves the time marked by the violin, timbers. Furniture Was blown through held a quarrel with a womaw to whom accidentally. Tbe uneven distribu
zhow holes In the leaves, *P
the hallway like leaves.
and eventuallyjearns to lift his legs windows and walls were broken in I ened to discard him unless he gave tion of fertilizer causes uneven growth
of grain and uneven ripening, still dereq white hellebore, the
whenever be hears the music.
nearly every part of the house.
| her more money.
farther detracting from its puality. ■
foe the currant worm.
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