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M’M INN VILLE, OREGON, NOVEMBER 2, 1886
EST SIDE 'TELEPHONE.1
ALONG THE COAST.
on the horse with her. While riding AGRICULTURAL NOTES.
A COOL RUFFIAN.
along the child fell off, breaking her
neck. The teacher picked up the A Column Devoted to the Interest» of Farmer» He Tells How He and His Compatriot« Sup
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Devoted Principally to Washington Territory
port Their Families.
little one’s body and carried the bleed
VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
On my visit to Batoum in 1855 an in
ing corpse home, two miles, to the
little one’s patents.
A forty pound cabbage is the pro cident took place which will show how
Colfax is to have electric lights.
Garrison’s Bonding. McMinnville. Oregon,
duct of Pomeroy, W. T.
law and order went on while the Turk
Whitman college, Walla Walla, has
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gurgling the smoke through hi«
water pipe. On the beach I came
son branch of the Northern Pacific, pumpkin that weighs 240 pounds.
Terra cotta has been discovered at has been let to Greene <k Barbour for
Fubli»heri and Proprietor*.
A 29 ounce apple was picked from across a fellow in a picturesque cos
Great Falls, M. T.
«140,000. The making of about 300 Mr. Pettiman’s orchard in Olympia, tume, and with one of the most fiend
feet of tunnel is included in the con W. T.
ish faces it has ever been my chance to
Asotin City, W. T.
tract. Work will commence at once
upon. It was Mephistophelian,
Lumber trade on the Sound is re- in the direction of Butte, the terminus this season about 200,000 bushels of but then Mephistopheles was a gentle
ported to be improving-
of the road.
man, and there was nothing of that
lutered in th® Postoftic® at McMinnville, Or.,
Boise City proposes to enjoy the
A Canadian Pacific railroad express
as second-class matter.
Muscat grapes from California sell kind in this case. Pure malignity
luxury of electric lights.
train going west was ditched near in Chicago at from «6 25 to «10.50
could be traced in every line of
Firewood is quoted in Boise City at Ashcroft, about 200 miles from Port per 100 pounds.
the visage I had before me. Being
;. V. V. JOHNSON, M. D. from «5 25 to «7 per cord.
Moody, A landslide of large extent
alone, and not knowing a word of the
Northwest corner of Second and B streets,
A man named Green fell into a well was the cause of the accident. The have already sown considerable of language, I made signs to him that 1
track and telegraph line were swept
wanted to sketch, and he, like most
OREGON near Davenport, W. T.,and was killed.
away for a considerable distance. The wheat for next year’s crop.
Easterners I have met, had no objec
The residence of Frank Lile, near engineer of the train is supposed to be
Lewis Hays, of Murphy creek, Ore tions, and willingly stood for me. To
found at his offloe when not ®b«eut on pro-
Asotin, W. T., burned recently; loss, fatally scalded.
■ 4 oiib 1 bustneM
gon, has raised millet fifteen feet high, be made into a picture seems to touch
and almost as tall as broom corn.
whatever vanity there may be. and this
Shortly before the City of Peking
For nine months of 1886, 32,174
LITTLEFIELD & CALBKEATH,
A radish that weighed nine and a brute had a touch of that in him.
While the sketching was going on, our
passengers have arrived in Oregon by
reached there of the wreck of a ves half pounds was raised by Jacob interpreter camo ashore with some
’hysicians and Surgeons, sea and rail.
sel freighted with lumber, some dis Hardman, in Grant county. Oregon.
others of our party, and at my request
The mouth of the Fraßer river id to tance from Small Drink water, a point
The fruit dryers of Vancouver, W. inquiries were begun as to who my
MdilinrVILLE AND LAFAYETTE. OR
be dredged and made navigable for near Shanghai. Four bodies had been T., have finished the prune crop, which model might be. He stated that he
J F. Galbreath, M. D.. office over Yamhill County
ink MoMinnville, Oregon
washed ashore, and it is the opinion turns out a third more than last year. was a Kurd, and had come down from
S R. Littlstield, M I)., office on Main street,
The silver product of Montana Ter that all hands were loBt. The wrecked
Ab. Gibbings has the contract to the mountains about some business.
ritory for the current year is estimated vessel is believed to be from Puget furnish 26,000 lbs. of potatoes and He cracked, picked and ate walnuts
sound. No further particulars were 8,000 lbs. of onions, to Fort Klamath. while the sketching and questioning
0. A. YOUNG. M. D.
went on. He had a small gun which
The German bark Bylgia was fined received at Yokohama.
A large quantity of excellent sor rested on his arm. Talking to him
A man by the name of Andrews
Physician and Surgeon,
about it, the interpreter chanced to ask
for smuggling curios.
was being buried at Coeur d’Alene re Jackson and Josephine counties, Ore- why he ha« not a sword or a dagger, to
The buildi*' in Vancouver, W. T., cently, and as the coffin wos being gon-
which he replied that he did not require
>fflce and residence on D street. All calls promptly occupied as a variety theater, was lowered into the grave the lid was re
Jackson Hockersniith raise 1 over them; it was not his way of doing
ursred day or night.
burned to the ground.
moved and a man named Carroll, a 1 1500 gallons of blackberries on about things. "What things?” was the natural
friend of the deceased, put a revolver j an acre of ground at his place in inquiry. “Of killing people.” “Oh,
DR. G-. F. TUCKER,
you kill people, do you?” ‘‘Yes.”
T., was kicked in the stomach by a in the folded hands of the dead man I Jacksonville, Oregon.
"How do you kill them?” “I stand
Grass on the range in eastern Ore-
behind a rock on the road and
best friend in life, and he could have ’ gon and Washington is very short, concealed
wait till travelers come up, and when
I and a bad winter will not be accept- they are close I shoot them.” “What
The sash and door factory at Che
ifflce Two door« east of Binghams furniture
for do you shoot them?” •To got
halis is getting out the material for a last look at the deceased and he was I abje j0 the stock-men
. ,, o
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Aughing g as administered for painless extraction.
«16,000 schoolhouse in Butte City, lowered from sight.
It cost the Snoqualmie (W. T.) Hop whatever they have upon them.”
Twelve-inch iron pipe for a twenty- , Growers’Association «26,000 to har- "Then you rob all that you kill?"
“Yes.” “How many have you killed in
seven mile line is being constructed to vest their crop this year, but the in your
time?” “Thirteen men and three
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
iously injured by the explosion of a
Russians.” Why he placed the Rus
gun while out hunting near Mount from Marlette lake, in the Sierra Ne-
Nearly 94 per cent of all the sugar- sians in a different classification was,
Vernon, W. T.
vadas. This power will be used to cane prO(iuct of Cuba for the first unfortunately, not cleared up. I re
House. Single meals 25 cents.
The Anaconda Mining Company at run quartz nulls to be erected at in- quarter of this vear found a consum- gretted aftoward that this point was
left so, but at that moment such a trifle
i. (ampia Booms for Cemmsroial Mon Anaconda, M. T., giveBemployment to tervals of a quarter of a mile apart* ing niarket in the United States,
in Six Mile canyon, where the steep
. . . .
did not seem of much importance in
1 f r\f a foil rxf
F. MULTNER. Prop.
of a fall of from 7 75 '"i
comparison to the astounding disclos
amounts to «200,000.
to 100 feet for each mile in that dis of sheep in Bear valley, and sent the ures this piece of humanity was mak
A. A. Lengley, a well known farmer tance. The mills will be used to crush wool to market. He sheared early in ing. All the time there was a well-
W. V. PRICE,
and cattle dealer, was killed by a pis ore from the upper levels of the I the spring, therefore reaping two crops pleased simper on his face, while, he
1 of wool.
tol in his own hand at Reno, Nev. It Chollar mine, at Virginia, Nev.
nibbled away at the walnuts. The
is supposed to have been accidental.
One apple tree well nourished is simper, I supposed, resulted in the sat
Suit lias been brought in the San
isfaction he felt that his picture was
Robert, the 4-year-old son of R. L. I Francisco Superior Court by Robert j worth ten gnarled and starved by being made. “Where are you going
Carpenter, of Vashon island, W. T.. Walker to recover «15,000 from Capt.
Up Stairs in Adam,' Building,
when you leave Batoum?” “When
was shot and killed by the accidental T. G. Steer of the Star of Denmark. 1 more fair, more abundant and far my business is finished I will return to
discharge of a gun which an older Complainant alleges that he is a good : more satisfactory in use.
the mountains again.” “What will
brother was carrying.
An Illinois hograiser states that he you do there?” “Oh, please God, I
miner of Newcastle, Australia, and
Stacy was instantly killed, and ' that on the 16th of August last he always keeps a mixture of Epsom nope to shoot the first traveler I see,
USTER POST BAND, P. A. S. 8. Williams
had a leg broken near was sezied, drugged and shanghaied salts, sulphur and wood ashes—equal and take whatever he has got.” It
the thigh and his skull fractured, while j on board the bark. He was compelled parts of each—in his pens, and is not will be easily understood that such an
The Best in the State.
employed in taking down framework to perform sailor work during the troubled with the swine plague or incident would fix itself on one’s mind.
The sketching of the scoundrel and his
psparsd to furnish music for all occasions at reason
at a mine in Virginia City, Nev.
voyage to this port, and was subjected other diseases.
able rates. Address
remorseless face, all helped to engrave
the whole deep into the memory. I
I. .T. KOWLAM), The Northern Pacific railroad com damages as mentioned above. Walker after rains have washed dust out of stood
on the same spot last year, where
pany is preparing to build a transfer
Business M inager, McMinnville.
boat for transferring cars across the I claims to have a wife and four cliil the atmosphere and frosts havedriven 1 had sketched this man, and the recol
| winged insects to secure retreats will lection helped to give force to the con
Columbia river at Ainsworth, similar dren at Newcastle.
be cleaner and brighter than when ap trast. This brute’s character must
to the transfer boat Tacoma at Ka
have been known in the place. He did
plied in summer.
ordered that certain lands in the
not soem to make any secret of his
A respectably dressed woman de- | Walla Walla land district in Washing
doings, and yet he walked about free
posited a three weeks old girl baby on ! ton Territory, lying on the branchi Walla , two , apples weighing three I and no one seem to think about him.
°" The Kadi of ltatoum, no doubt a good
the doorstep of Mr. Bucklin, of Port line of the Northern Pacific Railroad
U®rn®r Third and D street«, MeMinnvill®
Madison, W. T. She was apprehended running between Wallula Junction which grew the apples exhibited at Turk, wonld sit smoking his chibook
and said the child belonged to her ! and Walla Walla, now withdrawn for ; ' the Centennial, which beat the world. while this man walked about and re
turned to the mountains, as was his
GAN BROS. & HENDERSON, sister.
the benefit of the Northern Pacific N. Ford is the ownei of the tree.
The cheapest and best way to salt “way.” to continue his trade of mur
der and robbery.— Cor. London New».
while at the bottom of a ditch in Clay I settlement and entry. It appears that cattle is to place in the fields heavy
street San Francisco, endeavoring to
ANXIOUS TO PLEASE.
'h. Best Rig, in f ie City. Order, fit a piece of pipe, was buried alive by 000 ____
acres, t ___
the may have free access whenever appe-
imptly Attended to Day or Night.
the caving in of the bank. His body general restoration in 1881 of these t>te craves, and similar provision may UnsucceNsful Efforts of a Swiss Landlord to
lands, which, by change in the general l*e made in stables with equally good
Humor American Tastes.
We were staying at a hotel in Geneva
William Vickers, a quarter-breed route of the road, was thrown outside i results.
The boys with the Patterson & kept by a former head waiter at Dcl-
Indian, who stabbed Charles White at of its withdrawal limits.
Bob Marshall, a veteran miner, re Orubb machine in Klamath county, monico's, who was elaborately anxious
Gardner’s ranch on Reynolds creek,
near Silver City, I. T., last August has cently had a leg broken by a bank Oregon, think they made the best to satisfy the American palate. It was
the in August and he gave us green corn on
escaped from the county jail at the caving, at the new placer mines in ' * short * time - ->
The sheriff offers «10 j : Grant county, Oregon. The Chinese season. At George Rigg’s place they the cob, which we ate at once with rel
j doctor at Susanville was sent for. He threshed full three hundred bushels ish, and to the abiding amazement of
A Strlrtly TsaaperSBCS Ressrt.
reward for his capture.
of oats in just fifty-five minutes.
The dead body ot an unknown man said it was a very bad break and would
the English party at the next table.
• fovdi?) Churob members t » th* contrary not
Market gardening is more profitable He asked us if we would like corn
was found near Santa Barbara, Cal.,
bread or buckwheat cakes, and the
in a ravine on Dibblee place. An
He was remon can be made easy and with moderate next day at breakfast he came up
empty laudanum bottle and a box before setting it.
strated with and told that there was not transportation, permitting all products smilin: and told us he had ordered
Orphan*’ Home *9 containing ten morphine pills, show over «100 in the camp. Then he to go into use while yet fresh. Such smiling
buckwheat cakes to be made for our
ing that nine had been taken, were
wanted the «100 and a note for the opportunities, unemployed, may be luncheon. He had imported his griddle,
found beside him.
' other «300 signed by every man in the found in the vicinity of every village and his buckwheat, and his maple
A Salt Lake City dispatch says: A | camp. About that time Newt. Leslie having a few thousand population.
syrup; it was a pity that he had not
only first elan, and the only parlor-lik® »hop in the body supposed to be that of J. D. got very hostile, and, after telling the
also imported some one to mix the bat
Farm machinery no longer required ter and to bait the cakes, for when the
Farmer, who was lost in the lake up Chinaman what he thought of any
oity. None but
ward of three years ago, while in one who would thusexort money from j for use rhould be cleaned carefully, brown disks were placed before us,
bathing, was found, and is said to be the unfortunate, gave him five minutes then stored under good shelter. To smoking hot, he saw at once that all
well preserved in the salt water and to leave the camp. He left. One of clean bearings, cogs ami other working wss not ns it should be. Something
it deor soute of Yamhill County Bank Building.
parts, kerosene may be used by free was wrong and we were justly punished
the boys set Marshall’s leg, and when application,
MINN VILLE, OREOON.
then ojierating the ma for a willingness to risk buckwheat
a white doctor arrived he pronounced chine to give it effect, after which the cakes in August.
H. H. WELCH.
have determined to build a mammoth it all right.
Were these really buckwheat cakes?
parts should be wiped carefully and
transfer boat, to take the place of the
That was the question. They were quite
OF GENERAL INTEREST.
Billings at the crossing of the Colum
stiff and very brittle, even the maple
some months ago Dr. Lee Berson,
At a Louisville, Kv., horse «ale forty syrup did not make them taste ns
—Vermont proposes to establish a bia between Pasco and Kennewick. ■ professor in the collegiate institution
.te institution for the criminally in- The new boat will have three tracks at San Diego, wrote to a San Fran- heads sold for «122,000. The highest buckwheat cakes ought to taste. While
and a capacity for 36 ears.
price paid for one horse was «28,000. we were doubting and debating the
I cisco matrimonial bureau, his object
Simeon G. Thoeny, a young man being to obtain a wife. In a short Nutwood, the greatest living stud and I tndlord came up smiling again and
-A news stand in the National Capl-
advertises "Dickens' and Haw- employed in the Spokane Falls Jleview time the bureau sent him word that a representative of the Hambletonians, asked us how we liked the corn bread.
office for the past year, was killed by young lady named Kate Grant had was sold to F. D. Stout, of Dubuque, Then was the mystery explained; it
ime's latest productions.”
wss corn bread which the French cook
-In a garden in Caledonia. N. Y., a the cars near Stevens station, W. T. | i been procured and would probably Iowa, for «22.000; and Pancoast, of had baked on a cake griddle and which
’ of flowers has been laid out twenty- He was riding on a brake-wheel, and meet his approval. The professor met the great Mambrino Chief, was pur w<- had been trying to eat with maple
t> feet long, to represent a huge a sudden jerk of the train precipitated Miss Grant and after lavishing about chased by John H. Shultz, of Brook *yrup.~ De» Moine» Register.
uL The gills, tins and eyes are him headlong between the cars. -
«2,000 on her, was rewarded with the lyn, for «28,000.
•resented by different colored flow-
The Church Missionary Society of
A dispatch has been received at the promise of marriage. When the day
The herd of dairy cows owned by
Great Britain has attained, in respect to
office of the James Lick trust in San
-When a man builds a cottage at a Francisco, from Alvan Clark A Son for the wedding arrived the professor N. P. Haskell of Orono, Me., grade r< ceipts. the highest figures ever reach
tering place, and fails to rent it for of Boston, stating that the latter had j called at the home of his affianced, Jersey« of varying ages up to 12 years. I ed l.y any similar society throughout
i only to find her flown. By letters thirteen aainials in all, gave 66,513 the world. The actual receipts were
i summer at a few hundred dollars
re than the lot and structure cost succeeded in manufacturing an object found in a satchel left behind the pounds of milk during the year and 233.219 pounds sterling; that is, about
l, he thinks be has made a bad in- glass for the telescope at Mount hitherto happy professor found that made 3734 pounds of butter. This ! «1,161.000.
Hamilton observatory. The glass will he had courted a woman who had was an average ot 5115 pounds of
tmenL— Norritlown Herald.
— The Springfield (Ma»».) f’nion has
-One of Hon. Bison Williams' In be put in position next spring, at a been three times married and was un- milk to each cow, or an average of grown a little tired of the talk about
I divorced. Heart-broken, the professor fourteen pounds (lees than seven educating girl« to become wive« and
ns is known simply as Flies-on-the- cost of «51,000.
ling. The other half of his name is
The teacher of the Oneal district I returned to San Diego. The woman quart«) per day. The butter product i mothers, and suggests to the faculties of
•posed to be But-nono-on-Me. Sev- school, near Fresno, Cal., was return is well known in San Francisco and in averaged a fraction over 287 pounds male colleges that it would be just as
I of his family are having fun with ing home on horseback, and took up a Portland, Oregon, where one of her each.
But the best cow gave 7824 desirable to train young men to be
United States troops in Arizona at I little five-year-old girl named Hughes husbands resides.
I pounds of milk.
come »rood husbands and fathers.
lent. — Buffalo Ezprest.
ie Leading Hotel of McMinnville.
Teri, Feed and Sall Stables,
A SELECT DINNER.
he Chirm in g Surprise Prepare! by th®
Sultan of Turkey for Mrs. S. S. Cox.
Recently His Majesty the Sultan, en-
irt lined at dinner the German Ara-
iissador, Ilis Excellency M. de R ido-
•vitz and Madame du Radowitz, and the
Vnercan Minister, S. S. Cox, and
Mrs. Cox. There were thirty or forty
in-inbers of the Turkish nobility pres
Dinner was served in one of the pavil-
ion« in the park, called “Chalet-Kiosk,"
the Sultan’s private band performing
during the repast. The table was su
perbly decorated with rare hot house
flowers and the choicest fruits. In pro
ceeding to table the Sultan gave his arm
to Madame de Badowitz.
After dinnu> the party adjourned to
the beautifully arranged conservatory,
which on these occasions usually does
duty as a drawing room, where coffee
was served. Here a charming surprise
awaited the Amorican Minister and
Mrs. Cox The Grand Minister of Cere
monies, by order of His Majesty, handed
to Mr. Gargiulo, the insignia of the
Grand Cordon of the Shefa'Ml. or Order
of Benevolence, that lie might invest
Mrs. Cox with the order in recognition
of the active co-operation of that lady
in promoting tho Life Saving system in
America, of which her husband, the
Minister, is the author. Mr. Gargiulo
performed tho ceremony amidst the
congratulations of the assembled guests,
who were then ushered into the music
room and library.
When the guests were seated the Sul
tan entered into conversation with
them through the medium of tho Grand
Master of Ceremonies who acted as
interpeter. His Majesty was p'eased
to express the happiness it gave him to
welcome his guests and addressed com
plimentary remarks and inquiries t>
them, indicating his knowledge of and
interest, in the concerns of their re
spective countries. To these M. and
Mme. do Radowitz and Mr ?.nd Mrs.
Mr. Cox specially thanked His Ma
jesty for the distinction conferred upon
Mrs. Cox anil remarked that it was tho
four hundred and thirty-third anniver
sary of tho establishment of tho Otto
man rule in Constantinople, inasmuch
as Mahomet II. entered the city on the
29th of May, 1456. This happy con
junction of circumstances afforded His
Ma jesty the opportunity of saving that
he was glad to recognize as friends of
his dynasty and country the German
and American nations representod by
his friends, the Ambassador and the
His Majesty drew Mr. Cox’s atten
tion to a portfolio of large photographs
just received from the President of tho
United States, a supplement to those
presented by Mrs. Cox a week previous,
and requested Mr. Cox to telegraph his
acknowledgements to the President for
this welcome gift.
The Sultan entertained his visitors
with a short and choice concert in which
the celebrated violinist, Herr Wilhelmj,
performed, accompanied by Dussap
Pasha, His Majesty’s pianist. The con
cert concluded with the German na
tional anthem, played at the Sultan's
request bv Mr. Wilhelmj, the company
standing (hiring its execution. At the
close of the performance. His Majesty
presented Herr Wilhelmj with a valu
able souvenir and with the insignia of
Grand Officer of the Order of the
Medjidieh. Afterwards, attlie Sultan s
request, his Imperial Highness Tewtik
Effendi sat down to the piano and
played the Turkish national air and
several other pieces and received the
congratulations of the company on his
proficiency and musical taste.
The Sultan then wished his guests a
cordial “good-night,” and the party
separated. —Constantinople Herald.
— Mr. Kiiskm s advice to i<wu>v
churches “to beg rather than borrow,”
drew from a Me thodist church, near
London, a letter inclosing bis article
and, on the strength thereof, requesting
a contribution. He sent them a pound
note and a subscription at once, as be
ing a man who will help the Practice ot
—The German newspapers stats
that startling exp riment« have been
made at Berlin with a new descrip
tion of shell, charged with rolls of gun
cotton, which produces extraordinary
re-tilts. No kind of defensive works,
no matter how solid, it is stated, are
capable of resisting so destructive a pro
The German government,
completely satisfi -d with the results ob
tained at the trials, has ordered 75,000
of these shells.
—A modern Rip Van Winkle h.,s ap
peared in the Isle of Wight. Forty
Î’< ars ago ago a nativo of the little fil
age of St. Helen's went away, lcav ng
a wife and family, who from that time
heard nothing more of the wanderer.
The wife and two of the children died,
others of the family left the place, and
when the old man returned rec-ntly he
found scarcely one person of his ac
quaintance left, while his own daughter
<lid not know him, having been a baby
in arms when he went away.
—Mme. de Valsayre, <f Paris, hs»
founded a "Woman's League,” whose
object is the arming and dr.lling of all
French women. The League holds
regular meetings, and has adopted »
resolution that "on the day when
women will know howto fence, human
ity will be saved.” Revolvers, rifles
and swords are to be henceforth a part
of a lady's toilet, for only through the
armipg of French women the days of
"glory and vengeance” will come. How
ever, the league proposes also to stem
the Increasing depopulation of France
by decorating every mother who has
nursed six children.