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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1886)
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WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
HOW SHE GOT IN.
Ceylon'» Holy Mountain, to Which
dhtata Make Pilgrimage«.
Boston Society Latiy’s Thrilling an I
Novel Midnight Adventure.
A Devoted Creature Who tie Nature Is Not
OREGON NEWS ITEMS.
Hon. Frank Tilford, a pioneer of Cali
Baker City hotels are crowded.
fornia, died at Denver on the 2d.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Far awjty in the mystic East there
Hillsboro can soon boast of plai
It is often a neat little scheme put
The most interesting and least appre
It is reported that at the instance 4 streete.
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rises, hign to the sun, a great natural j up by deep wives whose husbands stay ciated of dogs is the dog that visits. He France
the allied powers have ordered
altar, at which, since the dawn of ages, ■ out later at night than is de<-rm-d ii usually a liver-colored animal, two their fleets to raise the blockade against
An Odd Fellows' j’
Garrison's BmUlng. McMluville, Oregon,
man lias, without ceasing, worshiped proper, to so thoroughly scare them hands high and about twenty-six inches Greece.
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Dr. J. Ashton wa ill found <V>ad in
'l\ilnin<ve ¿k Tiiviiei’, until now. Over the dark-eyed, im when they return that they will ever
The funeral of Stillman 8. Davis, past
long, - ith a pink spot on his nose. His
at Smitji's hoi >tfl. LinkviAf. on
passive people ot that strange, unalter after stay at home. Sometimes it is ears droop and his tail almost drags on grand chancellor of the Knights of Pyth room
Publishers and Proprietors.
able East ages flow and leave no mark; successful. More often it is not. Gen- the ground, and his whole make-up is ias occurred on the 30th at Nashau. Hit
Al Vogel was arrested at La
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
wife, who died at the Barue hour, wai
on a charge of perjury and taken ba^^H
One year............................ .................. |2 (0 hundreds of generations are born and ! erally either the man or the woman admirably suited to the requirements of buried with him.
pass away and no change is wrought
occupation. lie appears to have
great steel man- Pendleton.
lìnee months.................... .................. 75 among them. There is an awfulness I gains wisdom. The story of a similar his
_ . the ...
been gotten up expressly for purposes ufaeturer, has given
A jHMtoffiee has been establishe<<^H
Entered in the Post.office at McMinnville, Or., in their steady immobility. Dynasties , two lovely people not far from Boston 'f visiting. He is not like other dogs. City for establishing a free library ana MHwood, on Hubbard creek, with
may rise and fall, governments ma^
as secoud-elars matter.
He is a sort of special dog, as it were, music hall. This is in additiou to hit L. Baker as postmaster.
come and go, the name of their belief is almost pathetic in the lack of dignity being of an odd pattern throughout, and gift of *500,1*00 to Pittsburg.
McQii.-irrv, a typo in the Pend^^H
may be changed and little differences it temporarily enforced. The husband if any part of him should break it would
A STR a N ud DREAM.
,,l,i,-e was kicked and iiii^Bj|||
Johann Most, the anarchist, was sen 7'
ill ritual and service may spring up, 1 and wife, both of whom are middle- he impossible to replace it This dog
and severely injured.
SlW III II,-. Sl-ep an«'. but from icon unto aeon the people are
fenced at New York, on the 2d, to th.
■ aged, were invited to one of the choicest uas no calling list. He never makes penitentiary for one year and fined *500
sold 30,000 lbs.
tin- X'r.t Ila.v.
unchanged. It is the same life that parties of the season. The gentleman, jails. He has neither the »’me nor in
.ll:i '■.unity,last We
They wi-i.^ miking ab mt fortune- they lead and the same things that they who is a prominent educationalist and clination to practice cold formalities. Ilis associate, Braunschweig, got nin< .• I . . ■’ : ’I > ■ I ii.-i
11..,. ■ i:t.-: pci- isiund^mi
tellers, clairvoyants and such at de- worship. Back, far back into the night literateur, was indisposed, and so the As an illustration of the manner in months in the penitentiary and was finer!
*250. Schenck was sent to the ptniteu-
i.-i ivtu’e of J. S. l.inscot^^HSH
teet i ve headquarters the other day when of time, so far back that the very mem invitation was declined for him and ac which he goes visiting we may refer to liary for nine months, but not fined.
> ,,.k.■ ,itv
ory of those then living is irrevocably cepted for the lady About ten o’clock the experience which a California
a citizen who was present said:
: . Tr.- last we-k. I.
In pursuance to instructions tr >m th«
“No doubt they hit the nail on the lost in the void of the forgotten past, the carriage was announced and Mrs. avenue man had with him last United States government, Minister
In :• v lavs the cteapfor
the dark skinned people, wandering
head now and thi n, but I prefer to trust naked in the forest depths of the Island E. said good-night to Mr. E. in his week. The dog went and sat Phelps had an interview on the 29th ult, will
A.ek. .i'nd two std^H|||
’I I. 'uee.r Nev. pert
of Ceylon, looked with wide eyes, in her, as it would probably be very late about the middle of the afternoon. He with Lord Roseberry, foreign secretary. »?!
At. this thore was a general laugh, which the freshness and the wonder of when she returned. Air. E. said all did not know anybody in that family, on the fisheries question. It is learned docks at Yaqiiinn.
from official quarters that the government
The governor has appointed C.^B
but his face was very s -rious as he con the youth lime of mankind still shone right, he would not. It was late when but he -anted to get acquainted. The is rather glad than otherwise that the
with the brightness of the dawn, upon Mrs. E. drove up in her private car lady of the house opened the door and trouble has occurred, as it is thought th« Carlisle, of Portland, and Edwin liovA
ard, oi Cornucopia, Union county, nota-l
Adam's peak, the great, solitary mount
“Do any of you remember the so- ain, rising lonely in its grandeur and riage to her own door. It was after tplu him to go away, but he only present dispute will hasten to a lasting ries public for the ensuing two years. 1
wagged his tail, as much as to say: settlement.
Last week the dwelling house of Mrq
called IVeber ease which happened height from the low hills around it and patient Patrick, telling him to drive at “We will get on nicely together when
L.' A. Rose, on the county road j'i»i
about twelve years ago on the Cl-vc- the sea of forest at its feet. Clouds once to the stable. She gathered her we come to an understanding.” The
north of Phnenix, wj»s entirely Jss»l|uyed
jLfll & Pittsburgh road? No? Well. I capped its hoary summit, storms long skirts about her as she stood on 1 man of the house came home at six
by fire, together wijb neatrly al) thkBMssn
played around its heights, the very
The Ketchum «melter will start up foi tents.
hadir3re:jn. in connection with that lightnings themselves, which they so the steps for a moment enjoying o’clock and kicked the dog into the
case which may interest you. I stopped dreaded and revered, seemed born the absolute stillness of the de | middle of the street. After supper he the summer run next week. The out
Sheep shearing is about done witlwu
Eastern Oregon, the. clip b»mg be S3
one night at Clevdand before taking among its great rocks and deep
but only succeeded in kicking thin the entire Wood river country this Bea j and 1 larger
' „ ■ than ever tiefore, urid w^H
the train for 1 ttsburgh.
I slept ravines; and gazing upon its sublimity outer door, passed into the vestibule, : tion,
fair rates, will circulate o :>»el<ld^H
soundly until aftei midnight and then I in storm and upon its majesty in peace
had a strange <lre -n. 1 thought I had they innocently wondered
The gentleman then went into day shown by Jas. W. Virtue a fine solif
taken the train, in ifil*sude 4ar w is wonder grew to worship. So slight latch down, but the heavy lock was t'me.
Leader: Mr. Judkins ha» a la
a man about thirty years of ag and a have been the changes wrought upon
for ties for the 0. P. mail. I hü
claims near Pocohantas. The nugget it ' tract
gone up to the Mohawk to get ti)> clou«
woman fifteen years old -r.
They its rocks by the wear and tear of torn
having fed the dog. after which, with about one inch and a half long and abou whence they will be floated .low nUlfl
were man and wif-. He was a dissi thousand years of storm that the very was a very sound sleeper and there was of
one inch wide, and weighs *PJ.
river to Corvallis.
pate i-lo iking fell iw while shew is a paths to its sacred summit, that were
the household, he caught the visitor on
The Wagner Creek mining compan;
Dalles paper: The old genu/j^^E
well-preserved ‘ w inm with many followed centuries beforethebeginning of any of the servants. Opening the the stoop and threw him over the fence. has
natural graces and evidently infear of of the present era are worn by the feet rick. He had gladly availed himself of ’The dog then ran around the house and office of the secretary of state, with J Mr S. A. Putterson. who >th»lfl|HE
munii Imspnal last Th insilai '^EHE
him. That is In- n-v -r adilro- nil her of the weary pilgrims of to-day. There
on tlie back door-steps and wagged W. Walsh and H. T. Bragdon, of Ash
pi u,< ‘-r resident if Cahl.'M^EE
except in a rough, pi-tulant toie, , and is a legend that the iron chains fast her permission and was well on his way sat
land, and J. Brandt and R. Koehler, ol
sc-retarv oi state ^■^EB
whenever he sp >ki- she drew iway as ened to the walls of rock to give the
Portland, as incorporators. Principal i.lim-i -n ml .the union in I SlU^EaEE
pilgrims safety along Hie precipices of
if fearful of a blow
office at Portland, and capital stock *25,-
Folk cminiv paper:
"I dreamed that I had watchld them that last “sky league” were placed
dog to a small boy who was pa-sing the 000.
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for an hour or two w ien a w.itur en- there in the time and by the order of I in the vestibule, locked the outer door house, but the boy placed his thumb on
Ji y "i the '‘nldeBl inln^^T^Mg^Ej
tered the car and a ri i in ied lubpor. Alexander. The links, though worn,
Miner was informed by Superintendenl I’ e. : ni .r ' h m .e
It. was just growing d irk and I vas a are sound even yet. About a mount
want to rob you.” Havens that he would declare a *20,000 III s y .-.ir will pit llie fa: .liE THSlMg
_____ I , pa»» id to ih« din- ain such as this, beauriful in itself, long alley', which is between each two streets The
man then told his wife that he was dividend on Friday. This makes *71,00C lli.-it hind legs.
that city. Down here she sped,
ing-car al >ne, ami b id finilAeq mv considered to be the loftiest in all Cey in
going to get the dog to follow him to a in dividends that lias been declared sinct
Ibisetmrg paper: Mr. J^Vfl|M||
meal and was on my way- hick wlen I lon, and holy if only from the steady breathless and frightened half to death remote part of the city and then lose Havens took charge of the mine the lat>
she afterward acknowledged, until
met the pair. . Five minute« liti-i the voice of four thousand years of prayer, as
»er part of April, 1885. The Idahoan i| i'urmmk, spei ial agent of ll;
I report went through th : triln tlial the Iffgends are sure to gather, cloudlike
one of our steady producing properties p-liii. :i' .»tin....... I.me
2LI2L. j Adam's r peak _
is clothed this she climbed with considerable diffi the gentleman had walked about two and bids fair to turn out abundant mini im Ins w iv I . . xamT.e
Iwife had fallen front tlv- patforit of albi I thick,
■the dining-car as th--eniple wi-re af^uit from base to summit with one ■ gr
that liver-colored visitor, and took a eral wealth in the future.
H'.-.-nt divisimi m
ot a ting up, but the letting down ou the e»ecet
Eo pass ill. The rain w:i - stopped .ml robe of myth and fabled story.
Bedrock Democrat: A rich strike a
lint I--'- its lii-tory, not a brook
r-pit ''>at ti>y
Ihout its legends of worshiper or the back door and tested it and the the froDt gate the Visiting dog came Nelson placer mine*, on Salmon creek,
«:b ...... id |>1I lie- B
Irshiped. Beneath this overhanging | windows it was to find these locked as down off from the stoop and wagged about seven miles from this city, by « iiim; mi “abmit half time,”
f'V--t "I i li ' lllb.ui k
IT Gautama Buddha slept, upon that
ilsg ami lifeless. Tin m in
Mr. Gray and partner. The vein is ten
height Buddha, in his aeoond iiw wrapped it around her hand, drew off ed. He visited there continuously for inches wide and shows indications U less. The Chinese. w ho get
pljausibli story of how the »<-<-idi-i^^^|
days, and then gathered himself
richness. A »mull piece brought ,:s cents a ease, are fretting tl
eulrred, but the eTort he nade to ap filiation prayed. Although specially j and smashed the glass in the door, several
up arid went away to make some other great
to this city, picked up at random, con ci.-., irds ovel the , gli t» catch'>"j«^M||
pear agitated and brol|-n <p convinced ¿.bred to Buddha, it is not only Bud- i drew the lock and at last stood in her familymiserable.
-hows little seinhM&^ME
tains about *.'! gold. The work of develoi» h.m thus
me that he was her mirdTer. He left exists who regard this mountain as a i own kitchen.
is impossible to understand how ment willjbe pushed as rapidly as possi« id tini., ne' . nr. when 7’>ii .-armili
the train at the first st.tidi to have the holy spot; Hindoos and Mohammedans | Tired and nervous, she then stopped the It visiting
dog lives. His meals must ble, and good returns are expected from 'illusimi day's pack.
pom- mangled remains e.ged for and I respect and reverence it, as, too, did j a moment to prepare some ice-water, be exceedingly
irregular. If he gets a the new find.
The State grunge, at its rec«ut^^^E
saw hi in no more, lie v,j a tall, dark- our own Christian people, in earlier and then started on to go up-stairs. mouthful
once in two weeks he is in
Boise Statesman: There is great activ« in 1‘mllaml. elected the following I^E®
eved man. with black jitlr, a sear on and simpler times than these. But al Worse and worse and more of it! The luck. To be sure he can eat snow, but
his cheek, and wore . diamond pin. though the whole mountain is regarded timid servants had cautiously locked at the best this is only a cold bite, and ity ill all the mining camps in Ida^o fur the ensiling year: H. P. ^■gl
master; A Duelling, oVers^H
He had cuff-buttons vijh a ‘W -p- as holy by all Oriental people, it is the door at the foot of the stairs and not by any means a square meal. By and all accounts agree that the present worthy
If. E. Hays, lecturer; J. W. CuM
graved on them, and tin® was a long only the sacred footprint on the bold the poor woman was once more a pris referring to any reliable table showing will be the most successful and prosper steward;
J Voorhees, luvislaut S.;"W
and bloodv scratch on lit back of the crag at the very summit that is actual oner at her own portals. Having done the nourishing properties of different ous year to mining men of any since mill F. Miller, chaplain ; E. Strong, troasuAE
ing first began in the territory, anil the
ly worshiped. To perform a pilgrim so much for liberty she was surely not
M. J. Train, Sec.; J. Simpson, gkfl
kinds of food, it will be seen that snow
“Now, then, on the r'ltrnoon of the age to this and to lay an offering upon to be daunted now. If she had known is at the bottom of the list. How does output of gold and silver will run wef. kreper; S. M. Cook, Pom.; E. Russell,
next day I took the triin for l’itts- it is to a Buddhist what a visit to Mec how to “break and enter” she would the visiting dog subsist? The problem into millions in excess of the yield in any \liora; Annie Simpson, Ceres ; Lydia A
year. This is very encouraging,
bugli, and the first pt-oli- 1 saw in tile ca is to a Mohammedan. The time for certainly have done it, but not know is an intricate and difficult one, and is former
stewardess;. John Minto. tue.Wj
making all due allowance for over-, T t'Arooks,
ptrior car as I entered «ere the two the greatest number of pilgrims to visit ing how she did the next best thing worthy of the attention of all students and
estimites, the production of gold and bAr of executive eoipmitlee.
of whom I had dreamed Both 1 inked
Gold Beach Gaietle: Mr. Macy Is e3
silver in Idaho during 1886 will scarcely
of natural history.— Rochester Herald.
at me with a start of su ptise. and I'm
gaged in building four barns near the
fall below *8,0(X>,lHX).
telling you the solemn ruth that the otees flow to this shrine of the most floor two or three times, then took the
Funn the Seoul: We were shown thia race track for the accommodation of tl/J
niau turned pale as I PHFted into his holy of al) the relics of their great leath broom, and, standing on the table,
The schooner Helen MerripJ
week by Mr. M. E. Legore, of Wallowa,
swept back and forth, not the cob-webs
eves. You are prep-irel to anticipate er.— Cornhill Magazine.
was towed to sea I riday last by the till
what followed, but tlura were some
An Historical Review of the Rise anti Fall
taken from the Little Giant and Pine Pelican, and sailed for San Francisco!
the corner. This she continued until
THE ARTFUL TURTLE.
of the Beard in France.
changes from my drean. When sup
l^af mines, which are situated about Her cargo consisted of salmon, com
per was announced I dil not go on in flow It rrocuri-s Its Food Supply W ithout
Apropos of General Boulanger’s three miles south of Joseph. Various wood and wool. A new company
been organized, consisting of Fr^H
advance, but waited fir the couple to
heard the din and thought it was order restoring the beard to the French assays have been made, and those from Daniels, Albert Smith, Dennis CuntlM
precede me. The Ulan looked sharplv
the forme i runs from *23 to *50 to the
at me as they went out, Inn 1 was busy
ton in gold. The snow has been too Jr., and George Forty, for the pnrpbs^
with a newspaper, as il I did not in the highest to the lowest grade, ani beneath the clothes and prayed. capillary adornments of the soldier's deep for much work to lie done on the of sealing on Blanco reef.
tend to go ift to supper. They were mals have their own and wonderful de
face has been a subject of contention in mines as yet, but operations will com
no sooner out than I filloved. I was vices to prey on their natural enemies, miracle Mr. E. heard it and awakened. France from time immemorial. King mence now that the snow is about all past month B. E. Allen has bougld 10,J
only ten feet t behind them as they or to procure their food. The turtle is Hastily dressing he was on his way Clovis adopted the mustache, then a gone, and the mines will be developed as 000 head of mutton sheep tor Turner A
passed out on the plat£irm of the car a remarkable and successful fisher. down-stairs when Mrs. E. stopped to
rapidly as possible. Other locations in Co., of Frem^t;t> ^ebriiHK», paying fM
rest. He thought, of course, it was the foreign importation. Henry I. pat.on- the Wallowa promise to be extremely them an average of *1 75 per lie.a1.
ahead, and as I openeddhe door there
rich, and in all probability there will lie sheep were starte I for their destination]
was a shriek 1 from the darkness, and
the man, standing aloife o:i the plat how this slovenly and slow amphibia bolt he had thoughtlessly turned down Louis XIII. abolished both, and ordered almost as much of a boom there this last week and will lie driven across the]
as in the Pine creek region.
plains. During the same titqe C. MJ
form, shouted at me:
lived, and found to his astonishment,
his officers to wear only a tuft of hair
Cornucopia correspondence to the Sage Cartwright liouglit OOiW hea l for M I
A “ ‘Great God ! but mJ wifi? has fallen in a ninety-pound specimen’s stomach, sweep of red satin thought he saw on the chin, which was called la roya'e.
Runnels, also of Freinont., «nil tbetJ
iff the platform !’
three trout, as they are commonly
Louis XIV. in .the beginning of his brush: Cornucopia is experiencing a
■ “The train was stopped, backed up. called in the South, but which in real He threw himself upon it only to find re:gn went back to the mustache, but slight, booin at present; building is going sheep passed through »own Wedne.-< ••J J
her dress alone. Visions of murder and
on at a brisk rate. The hotels have en route for Nebraska. The sale of th2J
and we found the poor, bod) as I had
are bass. On close examination, every other horrid thing flew through Mme. de Maintenon objected to it, and been opened and are d>> ig a fair busi sheep left alxiut *28,')0O 'Lft,
dreamed. It was placid in the bag ity
made a clean shave of the whole face.
whether they had been devoured dead
gage-car. and as the hu'-band bent over or alive, I found that the last bad evi his brain on the wings of tire. Hark! Some young seigneurs refused to sub ness; four saloons are dispensing liquid« among the sheep m< n of Cipo'
it. seeming to try his best to shed tears, ! dently not been caught bv his turtleship the bells. He rushed below, opened mit to the sacrifice, and were banished to the thirsty public ; a brewery is in op
the door into the kitchen—softly—
eration ; a large blacksmith shop under
A special dispatch from Wa.-nlngt4l
I boldly denounced hint.
than twenty-four hours, ns it had there he saw his wife. She did not see from court. Under the first revolution the abie management of Win. F. Rea; says that Special Agent West, at the 8 il
“ 'You are her uninilernr!’ I ex- j more
the beard again came into fashion. three stores which contain complete Francisco custom house, received iqJ
'You pushed her off then
Napoleon I. retain 'd the beard, but stocks of general merchandise have re- 1 «tractions from the depsrtoient. herl
where it bad almost been bitten spoke to her.
platform! Look at that scratch on your' marks
“In Heaven’s name, Eleanor, what only for the corps d'elite of his army. cently opened....... Snow has alm >st en stating that there were raasonh tvrlbinll
hand where she caught Jt you in a vain J in two.
Others who distinguished themselves tirely disappeared, so that the prosfiectot ing that certain ciistotus jollicials ill HsM
result of my search proved to are you doing?”
effort to save herself ! Iou threw her! me The
that when the turtle’s appetite calls
She turned around, saw the door of on the field of battle were allowed to can wend his way out over the hills in I rancisco, Port Townsend, Portland a:■
to her death!'
wear whiskers as a mark of distinction. search of the precious metal ... Within . Sitka were opi ratfag in collusion wi 11
“He looked at me with an expres upon him, he lays down in his favorite her deliverance open, and then, in her The monarchy of July chose the the last few days there have been some persons engaged in smuggling wldsl vl
«ion of teiror and dismay, but could fishing place, closes his eyes, opens little white petticoat at half past two mustache only, but forbade the soldiers good locations made on what is calltid into Alaska. ?
fust was «lire» ted 'ol
not litter a word. 1 I picked up his nn- his mouth to its fullest capacity, plays in the morning, she sat down in the waxing or greasing it. The second the Siminond’s mountain. The S/m- 1 investigate the t ./ -4 with as much',
angle-worm which is, to all intents middle of the kitchen table and cried.
resisting hand and looked at his cuff- hit
report is no«*
empire inaugurated I'imperials, which
purposes, a perfect counterpart of — Boston Record.
button. It was marked with a •W.’ and
was a copy of the royale, save that the force of ten men being employed. The the hands of th re. r< ary <X th« i re«,
At the next station he was placed un
ri: >ry •i
soldier was permitted to gjim it, and ledge is very rich in galena ore. The nry. He reports tl u» the
is ready for business. The game
der arrest for murder. His name ir a* he
OF GENERAL INTEREST.
wear it with the mustache. To-day the Whitman mine is now down 160 feet; a flooded with be I v .ky, purvliaeea
William Weber, of f»t. L<mis. H with his habitual sapidity fairly flies
beard is once more revived, but whiskers large size winz; has just been placed in Portland and Sa? ¿'ttu -iacA at« T'lla»
—Of the thirty-four thousand m-n are prohibited as being too English. position ; the extension of. the Whitman gallon, and sold <i A u.«k* fay eight tin]
neither denied nor affirmed his guilt, into the jaws of death. Thus the turtle
but he had no sooner been locked up
Vermont sent to the war not over six The revival, however, is not popular, —the Alta, is to be )iunk 250 teet; the that sum. His re; uri m wruMBw
until bis appetite is gratified.
.rnbei m KSJR i
than I saw 1 had gotten myself into a fishes
thousand are low living in that State. there are so many officers who can’t contract has be in let out to Messrs. Lind- and c impromise
green an<l O’Malley. .. .James Maloney’s the custom ho: a iliovt.^HS;?j
box. I was to be detained as a wit food gives his flesh that richness which —Rutland Herald.
get a beard or whose beard is un
ness, and the only straight testimony i’ so highly prized by epicures and
—The Tucson Citizen assures its pleasantly gray.— Pall Mall Gazette.
Lite in the just ce court, other parties mention these t*es«.A'-inen,
against him was a dream. Before the which renders his soup so highly readers that “there is no place where
ying claim to the same; it is undoubt- Mr. West fraukl ad '> m “
■heriff could get hold of me I had
a fellow can tied warmer friends than
—To test her affection , a Fulton »■tly a rich ledge; fourteen ounces of not
obtain sufficieirt hi
skipped the neighborh ood, and in a prized.— AricansdM' Traveler.
in Arizona, especially in the summer.” County (N. Y.) man ha- his sweet told were recently pounded out in a action
against th an w
II v or two. as I afterwards learne I,
— me editor ot the noston journal
—The revised statement of popula heart told that he was killed. The
mortar. The dominion, Burdett« though there is no it<
R eber was set at libertv anil went hi» recently told a correspondent that the tion and sex in Massachusetts stp>ws girl was frantic with grief and at hand
Co., is now tunneled to a depth of^l40 guilt. Secretary Fnirqi
way. the body haring been buried in report that snow hail fallen in the that there were at the date of the cen tempted suicide by hanging herself in fc
feet, a contract has been let
” Kern matter his pen mil
' the village grave-vard It was as dear M est when the mercury wait thirty de sus 932,884 males and 1,009.257 females a bam. She was discovered and cut Jt Co. to tunnel 150 feet dee| peti; . the ledge view,
he Bays, ol coirei
■ ease of urirder as was ever known, grees below zero is an error, asserting in the State.
Assays vary rich in silver ...A two pueaibla.
and had things been managed right at that it is then “too cold to snow.” The
— vii a new tire alarm bell at Cuth Hprnld
itarup quarts mill hss been put ia aper- ,
first he would probajif-- have confessed St. Paul Pioneer Press denies the asser bert, Ga., will be cast the names of the
—In Mexico if you ask a nM.'ve in ation by Portland parties; if Lie enter- ; In Ran Francisco tha
his guilt.”— Itelroil Pre* Press.
tion most emphatically, saying that, in mayor, council, and city officers, to regard to the sex of a baby he will not prise succeeds the company lvdlBoon put of Dr. Julian H. Rai^d
MmL against th^^E
Minnesota, it does snow, and snows gether with "Beck and thecart.” Beck, - .. it isj jboy or a girl, but "el hom- in a large mill... .The O. G.
— "A godless hop in the nameof sweet furiously, when the mercury is thirty the faithful mule, has served the city b.-a” ■ ■mn) or "la mujer” (a yntm^i to work clearing off
-.1 a Act» sieve
-. ".I ’.
ksarity ’ was the theme of a sermon degrees below zero. These, the editor for twenty years, and this is a rn-rnie woman W l^^efb.rt- fail to make him
pleached in Baltimore by Rev. Robert adds, are terrible storms for the people rial of h>-i service«. ^-Atlanta Const
who are caught in them.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON1, »JUNE 1.5, 1886