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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1887)
M’M INN VILLE, OREGON, MARCH 8, 1887
WEST SIDE 'TELEPHONE.
Mr. C. M. Vandoren of King county, AGRICULTURAL NOTES.
W. T., was found dead in his bed, evi
dently having died of heart disease. A Column Devotad to the Intereau of Farmer
Devotod Principally to Washington Territory He was a man of affairs and at the
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
time of his death was county com
Potash fertilizers have decidedly
A military company is being organ missioner.
Garrison's Building. McMinnville, Oregon,
the desirable qualities o
Terrible Earthquake-lt Causes the
out of the Idaho penitentiary.
He fruits wherever applied.
Taluni^« & Turner,
ISeath of Over Two Thou
California claims the largest squash
was sentenced in 1883 for ten years
tomcod and flounder*.
lublishera and Proprietors.
for robbery, and now it is said the evi of the season. It was raised at Loui
Dayton, W. T., has a new city dence is conclusive that he is inno poc, and weighs 251 pounds.
L ondon . Further dispatches con
SUBSCRIPCION RATES :
building which cost $3,800.
cent of the crime.
The farmer who does not fence in
"I have used Simmons I.tver
One year................................. ................... |2 00 Europe state that although there have
Walla Walla people have’subscribed
his stock when living along the line of
Regulator for many years, hav
Six mouths............................ ...................... 1 25
Three mouths........................ ....................... 75 been no further shocks at Nice, the about $500 for immigration purposes. light form now exist in Los Angeles, a railroad, not only runs the risk
mad« It my only Family
Modlclne. My mother before
Klickitat county’s (W. T.) peach Cal. The disease is supposed to have losing valuable animals, but endan-
Entered in the Post ottica at McMinnville. Or., panic has not yet subsided, and fugi
me was very partial to It. It Is
as aecoiid-chiss matter.
tives are fleeing in every direction. crop was killed by the recent storms. been brought from Mexico. Two gers the lives of travelers.
a safe, good and reliable medi
The peojile are afraid to re-enter their
cine for any disorder of the
The residence of Mrs. W. R. Simp deaths have occurred. It is stated it
The liberal use of dry dirt will
system, and If used In time la
and hotels, and tlie hights son, near Seattle, was burned. Loss, will not become epidemic.
sist in removing the pungent i and of
H. V. V. JOHNSON, M. D. houses
o (/rr.it preventive of ulekiein.
back of the city are crowded with re $2,100.
I otten recommend it to my
Henry Hillman, a Norwegian in
Northwest corner of Second and B streets,
fugees. 1 wo thousand English, Amer
friends, and shall continue to
Francisco Silvio was mangled be mate of the French hospital at San a week a good sprinkling of a solution
M c M innville
OREGON. ican and Russian visitors are camped yond recognition by a tiain at Oak Francisco, committed suicide by shoot I of copperas will also prove beneficial.
"Rev. James M. Rollins,
out on the elevated ground. Six thou land. Cal.
M. E.Church, So. Fairfield,Va.”
Well drained, and deeply tilled
ing himself in the head. Among the
May bo found »t hi» office when not abiont on pro sand persons have left the citv and
fes >iuual bustneai.
F. M. Green was killed at Tomb effects of tlie deceased were two bank land stores warmth to such an extent
TIME AND DOCTORS' BILLS SAVED
started for Paris. A son of Albert N.
i as to prolong the Beason of growth
altrai/s keeping Simmons Liver
Hathaway, American consul at Nice, stone, A. T., by a slide of ore on the I books calling for over $1,700.
in the house.
IITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH,
was seriously injured. There hae dump of a mine.
A man named Thomas Rowe was i wise might reduce profits of culliva-
found in a frozen condition near Oro | tion materially.
been no further disturbances at Monte
Regulator the best family med
Physicians and Surgeons, Carlo.
Tlie place is filled with thou steal the contribution box from the ville, Cal. He had been to the Moun
icine I ever used for anything
The agricultural fairs of 1886 showed
that may happen, have used It
tain House and was returning home.
M c M innville . O regon . sands of refugees from Cannes, Nice, Oatholic Church.
In Indigestion. Cotte, ISlareham.
j more and better horses than ever be
Office over Braly’s Bank.
liiliousness, and found It to re
cult to find shelter for the great num- ' eroy, W. T., was adjudged insane and help, and went out and found him and fore. There is no branch of our im
lieve Immediately. After eat
ing» hearty supper, if. on going
her of people, and many of them are taken to the asylum,
and prosperous as the draught-horse
to bed. I take about a teaspoon
compelled to canqi out. A more con
S. A. YOUNG, M. D.
Police Judge Clement of Stockton, intertst, nor any one that is as profit
The telephone line is up and in
ful, I never feel the effects oi
fident feeling, however, prevails. . working order between
„„„„„ Coeur d’Alene Cal., went gunning in a boat on the
the supper eaten.
"OVID G. SPARKS,
Physician and Surgeon,
Cows need light, not only for their
band ¡ b playing on tlie terrace for the '
"Ex-Mayor Macon, Ga."
j his son, aged 13. When near Rough
M c M innville
cbegon purpose of restoring confidence to the ! ■ Officers are stopping the salmon
and Ready the boy fell overlioard and owu health and comfort, but because
•» ONLY GENUINE-®»
that ht.s been - going
- on in J was drowned, and the father nearly good butter cannot be made from the
Otnce and re-iilence on D street. All culls promptly frightened people.
Has our Z Stamp on front of Wrapper.
Mtewemd day or night.
Additional details concerning the I Sonoma county, Cal.
met the same fate in attempting to milk of cows kept in dark stables.
Zeil in & Co., Sole Proprietors,
Air, light, cleanliness and warmth are i
damage by the shock show that in
There is an iron mine one mile west I eave his son.
mil ADELI’HIA, PA.
four essentials of a cow stable where
DR. G-. F. TUCKER,
some cases villages built on the moun- I
Cheney, W. T., the ore from which
A score more of Chinese were ex cows are kept for profit.
tain side were toppled into the valleys, »«»ays 40 per cent. iron.
pelled from Livingston, Montana, and
HOME AND FARM.
Three railway trains have been dis
All fowls that feather slowly are
The losses of sheep in Meagher and started west on the N. P. R. R. The
M c M innville
O regon patched with food and a number of Fergus counties, Montana, to date will cause for warning the Chinese to leave usually hardy.
For instance, the
—Without fresh, clean water, no bird
sent to assist them. I foo
t UD up at least
Office Two doors east of Bingham's furniture soldiers have _ been
was the discovery of the dead body of Brahmas. It is owing to the fact that can be healthy. —Exchange.
R ome . —Details have been received .
an unknown man in an opium joint, tlie drain on the system occasioned
—Potatoes require the most potash,
Laughing gis administered for painless extraction.
of the results of the earthquakes, I
I will be held at Napa, Cal., this year on whose taking off, an autopsy attri by quick feathering does not weaken beans the most lime, corn the most
phosphoric acid and the cereals the most
buted to “hitting the pipe.”
6 the 12lh’ 13th and 14111 of May
serious than was thought. ThL'Ts
ing is indicative of hardiness.
W. V. FIHCE,
iftrogen.—.V. Y. Telegram.
of life and destruction of property is J
If your garden plot is selected rake
—If buttermilk is used for griddl*
learned to have been terrible. q’j]e j R., with 6,44o comrades,
cakes it should lie diluted one-third with
most startling news comes from Genoa I the membership lias doubled in two I two smelters of fifty tons capacity each mit and burn up every vestige of grass water, so as to prevent the cakes becom
| day, instead of one, will be erected,
Riviera. Over 1,500 people were killed I years.
and weeds, so as to destroy not only ing »t’cky.— Cincinnati Times.
Up Stairs in Adams’ Building,
Clara Whitney, aged 19, the wife alsd a refinery. The machinery for seeds, but insects.
in that district. At the village of
—Who has not seen a dirty cat. that
A covering of
__ the smelters lias already been pur straw, leaves or stalks, burned over would have been handsome but for the
Bayardo, situated at the top of a hill, of Norman Whitney, committed sui-
Such a one may lot
a number of the inhabitants took re I cide at Marysville, Cal., by taking rat
the ground, will be of advantage.
be in operation on or about June 1.
thoroughly cleaned by washing in warm
fuge in the church when the shocks I poison.
At Oakesdale, W. T., W. S. Dixon, last year was 6,300,000 hogs; the waler ami drying before the fire, comb
were first felt. Subsequent and greater
__ 1 has
J. J. Shaw
CUSTER POST BAND, shocks
demolished the church, and i from Fort Douglass, U. T., to avoid a respected farmer living near Latah, average for the past five years is ing a id briisii'ng at the same time.—
300 of the people who were in it were ' court-martial for duplicating his pay brought in a load of grain, and after 6,010,000; lor the preceding period Chicago Journal.
The Best in the State.
—A lamp standing for some time in *
unloading the same he bent down to of five years, 6,590,000, and for ten
killed. The destruction of property j accounts.
I b prepared to furnish music for all occasions at reason
cold room and then filled full of coal-oil,
in sections of Italy visited by the
able rates. Address
Farmers around Walla Walla have
years 6,300,000—the latter number
mi ict to i j lail been loosened previous to his un- corresponding with last wintei’s total will run over through the expansion of
was immense and wide signed the wheat freight contr
oil when taken to whore it is warm.
N. .T. ROVVLAAI), earthquake
the amount of about
Business Manager, McMinnville.
The sow that has a litter of pigs re Th n the lamp mav lie blamed for leak
I over dead.
He leaves a wife and
A renewal of the earthquake shocks bushels.
quires plenty of water,
Her food ing. To obviate this, never fill the lamp
has occurred in the southern section
water quite full.— N. Y. Times.
A west bound freight, special, struck
— If you would have orderly stock, go
a broken switch rail at Tamarack, Cal.
Nice, Cannes and Mentone are half
around the pa'-ture and put the fence in
deserted. Fears are expressed for the have petitioned the company for an I Two engines and three cars left the also have a mess of grass or cut hay, order before turning out the cattle. 11
1 track and knocked down 100 feet of 1 steamed with shorts (middlings) twice they find one weak place and get through
safety of the Prince of Wales and the increase in pay.
Corner Third and D streets, McMinnville
Only a small allowance of a few times, it will lie almost impossible
Brakeman Wm. Knee a day.
Orleans princes, all of whom are in
to make that spot strong enough to
the section of country wheie the a hardware merchant, fell dead in his land was killed. The engineers and corn meal is necessary.
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON, earthquakes prevail.
store. The deceased leaves a family firemen escaped with light injuries,
Fowls are so provided that they can stop them. — Troy Times.
grind any kind of food eaten. Grind
j The engines are badly wrecked.
— Sandwiches—Chop ham very fine,
The latost reports from the various in good circumstances.
A building occupied by Sam Cregor
cities and towns stricken by earth
At Moran, the northern terminus of ing the food for them is therefore not season well, and place between two
quakes are to the effect that 2,000 per as a general merchandise store, at he Nevada & California Narrow necessary, unless for the purpose of slices of nicely buttered bread. Than
The Best Rigs in the City. Orders sons were killed. The damage and Tunnel City, W. T., collapsed from Gauge, Vacquero Dubois shot and feeding a mixture of variety that can with a sharp knife cut off the crusts, and
diagonally across the rest, making
Promptly Attended to Day or Night.
loss of life is confined to a belt ex the weight of snow on the roof.
killed George Blethen and mortally not be given them in any other shape. cut
two little three-cornered sandwiches.
tending but a few miles inland from ■ Active work has begun toward the wounded John Cooney.
Both were They should always have plenty of These are very dainty looking. — The
the sea, interior towns having suffered construction of a direct and practical employed in the sawmill. Heescaped gravel for grinding purposes.
Some of the best paying farms in
but slightly, although shocks were wagon road from Ellensburg to the on foot, but owing to the snow, it is
—Oilcloths should aot be scrubbed
preceptible thioughout a wide area.
thought impossible for him to get out the United States consist of almost
Wenatchee and Okanagan mines.
with a brush, nor should strong soap
pure white sand, but they are devoted suds
of the country.
he used upon them, as this dims til*
R. W. Helm, of Goldendale, W. T.,
The bill to create the Agricultural
James Boland, a young man living to fruits and poultry, thus economiz-
recently purchased a band of 200 on the mountain above Cedarville, ' ing labor and space. The success of colors and destroys tho fibre. Wash
Department has passed both houses.
A Mtrletly Temperance lteaort.
them every week with warm milk and
farmer does not depend so much up-
In New York Otto White killed a horses from Dr. Richardson of Wasco, Cal., was _____
He hi left
w i « ivi | miwwsuK
allowing <• a '|ii<»i
quart e w/i
skim • milk
home on horseback with the intention j
^,e quMity of the soil as upon the a pail of warm water, and wiping a after
Stii.e goodltl Shurcli memtieni to the contrary not servant girl and shot his step-mother.
Two human skeletons have been of visiting his sister at Cedarville | k’ni^ 0' croP8 an<l mode of manage- with a woolen cloth.— lioston Globe.
W. Moll fatally shot his wife and
caused the death of their young babe, found imbedded in the walls of a ' Pass. When in sight of liis sister’s ment.
Fig trees begin to liear in eighteen I — Tlie mo t popular lemedy in En
j bowlder near Tucson, A. T. When home he was overcome with cold and
“Orphans’ Home” near Boulder, Col.
Tho President has vetoed the bill found they were in a sitting posture. dismounted. After wandering through months after planting and continue gland for the gapes in poultry, and the
The residence of W. D. Simpson, the snow a short distance he became to increase in size and bearing capac most suocesful, is that which is known
appropriating $10,000 for distribution
ity for more than half a century. No as the powder euro. Some prepared
of seeds to drought stricken countries on tlie west shore of Lake Washing- j exhausted and died.
is p’a cd in a hollows, snd
Tlie Chinese bark Kwong Tong was insect pests disturb this tree, and the ! powder
[ ton, W. T., valued at $1,500, together
’Hie enly first class, and the only parlor-Iika shop in th» of Texas.
when the chicks or young pheasants are
eity. None but
between a sheriff's posse and with the entire contents was totally ' sold by the United States marshal at crop can be gathered at leisure and in the coop t is blown therein, so thnt
I San Francisco to Adolphus Bichard, dried, canned or crystalized for mar the air I ocomoH charged with it. and
Iirst - o.IaMA Worksaien
Eiuployo^ 1 some Navajo Indians in New Mexico, destroyed by fire.
| resulted in the killing of three white I
mica mine near Moscow, Idaho, | for $4,400, in order to satisfy a claim ket. There is a demand for all the the b rds breathe it They begin to
First door south of Yamhill County Bank Building.
„.i three r.wiiuna-
general out ' recently sold for $90,000, has been re I for wages. The vessel came into port white figs that can be grown at $50 snooze and cough, and in th s way are
M c M innville , orbgon .
sold toother parties for $125,000. The in distress last December, while on her per ton, ami at this rate the crop from able to get rid of the worms. It 1»
break is feared.
an much less dangerous than fumigation.
— /—— trees
of mica is said to be very way from China to Victoria, B. C. i ten-year-old
In the river and harbor bill, as passed
H. H. WELCH.
—Flaky Soda Blscid!: Mix together
by the Senate, $5,000 of the appropria
If you have a horse that is in the a quart of very dry flour, a toaspoonful
— the organ in the Stewart Cathedral tion for the Lower Willamette and
Frank Pittman while carelessly ! captain could not pay their wages, for habit
of kicking, put him in a narrow of baking soda, two of crenm of tartar
•t Garden Citv is. it is sa d. the larges' Columbia is to be used on the river in handling a revolver at the Long Tom , which they brought suit, resulting as
I stall that has both sides thickly and a sauspoonftil of salt; pass through
in tlie world, being in tact live organ front of Portland, Or.
} mines near Bakersfield, Cal., acciden- I above.
Indians arrived at Victoria, B. C., padded. Suspend a sack filled with a sieve, then chop in two ounces of blit
in one—the great, the swell, the olio r
The schooner Samuel
Daly of New tally discharged the weapon and killed ! from the west coast of Vancouver I hay or straw so that it will strike his ter or laid, and mix qu'ckly with m Ik
the solo, the echo and the p.flal organs LondotTwas
cut through by the ice at his comrade, Fred Moyle.
1 here are four manuals. 115 speak ng
I island, report a large bark wrecked. ' heels, and let horse and sack fight it to make a very soft dough. Flour th»
■'ops. 7.262 pipes, and 43 couplers, me Saybrook point. Conn., and sunk. | The particulars of the murder of Out of the crew of twenty twelve were out. Be sure to have things arranged fsiard well, roll out sprinkle with flour,
it over and roll out again; out
ehamcal accessories and pedals, with a Captain Spaulding, his wtfe and child Mrs. Lyons in Napa county, Cal., drowned. The remainder are among so that the horse cannot hurt himself. double
switch connecting the chimes with the and' three seamen got into the yawl, show it to have been a most brutal af ! the Indians. The vessel’s name is un | The sack will be victorious every time, into b'scuts half an inch thick. Bake in
very hot oven about tifte<*n minutes.—
nrgan. so that both may be operated but before it could be freed from the fair; the coroner’s jury recommended known. A steamer will likely be sent and in the end the horse will abso a Uoslon
vessel it went down. The captain and that the murderer be lynched.
from one key-board.—..V-. Y. Sun.
; to their relief. The lighthouse keeper lutely refuse to kick the sack or any
— The Scotch Presbyter an Church of
A young man named Fred Kenyon, at Cape Beale reports large quantities thing else.
are weanod too late. It shvs : “A s a
Jersey C'ty has recently boen relieved were lost. Mrs. Spaulding’s body was 18 years old, accidentally shot him- of new planks floating in the straits,
In experiments made by the French I rule colts are weaned too Into in the
of a burdedsome debt, which threat I found floating, being held up by her seif at Virginia City, Nev., while tain- j branded “P. L. Co.”
i'hi'V should have time to
Government a minimum quantity of' season.
ened the loss of their house of worship. ! clothing.
_:u j — wild
i__ ducks infest
the I suit allowed daily to cows produced learn to eat heartily of other foods
■!r. George R. McKenzie, who pa d oil
Charles Klose, a Schleisingerville, pering with a shotgun, receiving in- , / After
Oxen f(<l before cold weather. A colt foaled in
grain fields in the vicinity of Putah the greatest flow of milk
tae indebtedness, in a modest commu- ' Wisconsin, saloo.. keeper, loaded two juries which caused his death.
sleek May should 1» weaned in September,
neatmii to the church declaring his in ! shotguns, and emptied the contents of
The Dalles is soon to be connected
'ention, simply a-ked in return that it <>ne into his wife’s head, as she bv telephone wire with Goldendale, W. number». They have nearly devasted coats, while others receiving no sail which w II allow both It and its dam to
• wild cont nue to be called bv its old was kneading bread, killing her m- T. The wires have been stietched 4<>0 acres on the Curry farm. Henry wciemangy, rough and ill-conditioned. go into winter quarters in better shape
“»me, “the Scotch
Goodman, the foreman, after ex [Kiri The amount allowed was : For fatten than if the wean ng Is po-tponed until
I nnreh.“ and that the music should be ' stantlv He then tried to shoot limi- across the Columbia river, and the minting with numerous devices to ing stall oxen, two and one-half ounces October or November. If the mare is
kept breeding, and has not anything
1 M of the huin.iu voice alone. —.V. i. self, but merely blew away one cheek. line will be finished in a short time.
frighten them away, at last hit upon I each per day ; fattening pigs, one to
I He locked the doors, poured kerosene
At the auction sale at Port Town the project of burning candles during j two ounces, according to size; sheep, e se to do but to breed and nurse her
colt«, «ho will got along if the colt ¡e
Y l n® Puhlic is reminded by the New 1 over the furniture and set the house send, W. T., of the wrecked bark the night. These are protected from one-half an ounce, and horses and ¡ not w anod until December; but the
L , Evening Post that Adam and Eve
the wind by sacks, and the fields are i mule», one ounce.
Colt will not do «o well if put iiix.n fod
"rit saW the light 6f day on the 28th of ter he reloaded one of the gun* and Waterman 4 Katz for $400. The en kept comparatively char of ducks.
der and hav all of a sudden at that time
'■•toher, 4,004 B. C„ and. says the Post. blew out his brains.
tire wreckage brought about $2,500.
of year The young th'ng should bo
Lh i ' i cur ’ olls that the anniversary
Twenty-five thousand of the 75,OW
taught to cat liefore it is weaned.”
Mor" k 1'aTe
unwittingly selected prisoners confined in jails ee,
' sired to effect the cross; to remove all
unveiling of the marvelous India were released, as an actor ciem _
* p|pntiful faU of ,now
— tne spirit of conservatism which Is
ian minister tying the knot. /The other flowers and to cover those re
I "* °f Liberty, the fairest of Eve’s ency to commemorate the jubilee of
bride wore a handsome velvet dress, maining with fine pa|>er. Il is found supposed to obtain so firmly In Euro
Quin Victoria. In Meeting the
pean educational Institutions has
ICon^'Pllrir4 Comstock, of Monroe jirisoners to be liberated, special pains abundant supply of water to work with orange blossoms at her throat I that in every case the |>ollen is ripe as yielded
to the popular demand for tho
and in her hair. After the ceremony I .trtrn as the cap begins to loosen. education
K**1*?' Oregon, wore boots whose were taken to show leniency to 'e"1 J«* with.
of women to such a degree
K.®* w.ere fastened on with brass wire. All persons imprisoned for debt
that they are now admitted to manv of
approached and kissed the blushing ’ matter of surprise that any one should the leading universities of Kussia, Ger
I .2? ’ 'he Ivaiher shrunk and ex- throughout India, where the debt was mills closed down
Krr i* P'ece °f the wire. A small
liberated, als.' stopping all the silver and copper bride. It was the first time that a : claim a cross breed when the applica- many. France and Belgium. The Influ
• of the;ubiJee. In mines, and throwing 3,iXX) men out of r
■Sad •.01 th® w>re entered his foot and UDder 1 "J
calle 1 upon
per- 1 tion of the pollen ........
after the ence of these examplee will oertalnly
E * its way up toward the knee. in commemor overnnient will pay employment on account of the »now I form a marriage for any of that tribe ; cap loosens, or merely because two have great weight in America.—Cur-
Krp'Poi’oning set in and Comstock these cases the go'e
I of Digger».
I viue* grow in close proximity.
.. - -
ALONG THE COAST.
Livery Feed and Sale Stables