The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, April 12, 1889, Image 1

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M c M innville , O regon , F riday ,
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W. T. Shurtleff.
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J. I. KNIGHT i CO.,
DEATH BY ELECTRICITY.
OUR NAVY.
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VOL. I. NO. 10.
april 12,1889.
THE LICK TELESCOPE.
SLAVE TRADE OF AFRICA.
The Precious Metals.
Wonderful Japan.
Con It be Excelled.---A Proposed How tile Arabs Obtain anti Marell
Fully ninety-nine persons in
The Japanese are quick to learn
Perfectly Satisfactory to Learned A Complete List of American
Thein Down to the Corst.
BO-inch Telescope for
every hundred if asked to name the the wavs of civilization, but in
Vessels
and
their
Armament.
Men of Science.
Washington.
An English missionery to the most precious metals, would men­ many things they cannot instruct
Our readers are aware that the
The new law of the state of New
The success of the giant refract­ Newcastle. England, Chronicle con­ tion gold as first, platinum as the civilized world. Their wonder­
second and silver as third. If asked ful adaptation of everything that is
York for the execution of criminals United States have determined up­
ing telescope erected by the execu­ cerning the slave traffic of Africa as to name others, a few might add new and valuable in every branch
by electricity in place of hanging is on making great additions to their
follows:
It
has
been
estimated
by
tors of James Lick’s will on the competent authorities that more nickel, and a very few aluminum of human science is in itself a les­
now in force, and the state authori­ navy. At the same time a navy is
summit of Mount Hamilton in Cal­ than 50,000 slaves are annually to the list. Let us see how near to son. Their frugality and economy
ties are engaged in arranging the not built in a day, even by Ameri­
ifornia
has been so great that the
down to the coast, but this the truth they would be. Gold is exceeds any nation on the face of
( NOTARIES PUBLIC AND
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE i
details of the electrical apparatus can energy: and it will be seen question of the limit of size for large brought
number
bears
only a small propor­ worth $240 per pound, troy; plati­ the globe. But above all things
(SEARCHERS
of
RECORD.
AND LOAN BROKERS.
i
thr.t is to be officially employed. from the’ details which we are tilescopes has assumed an entirely tion to the number of those dragged num $130, and silver about 12. the gentleness of their nature is
The New York Herald gives the fol­ about to give that a good deal has new aspect. When the Washington
Nickel would be quoted at about commendable. I’rof. Morse, who
lowing particulars of some experi­ yet to be done before the country telescope was completed, a dozen from their homes. Fifty thousand 60 cents, and pure aluminum $8 has been writing about Japan re­
reach
the
coast,
but
five
times
that
ments lately made in connection will possess a navy of even respect­ years ago, many thought that the
cently, presents some pictures that
number perish in the march down. or $9 to the troy pound.
able importance from a European
with the subject:
We will now compare these all lovers of nature will delight in
limit had already been reached, Dr. Livingstone confidently affirmed
point
of
view.
The
additions
to
Half a dozen gentlemen learned
prices with those of the rarer and The contrast he draws lx-tween life
and it was asserted that even if a
in the sciences of electricity and the American navy may be divided larger instrument could be made it that only one in ten reached the less well-known of the metals. To in this country and in Japan is in
surgery had been deputed by state under two heads, the first compris­ would hardly be worth the expense coast from the Zambesi regions. take them in alphabetical order, some respects striking. He relates
authority to visit Mr. Thomas A. ing unarmored vessels and the sec­ and trouble on account of the im­ The march down to the coast under barium sells for $975 a pound, that birds build their nests in the
Edison’s famous laboratory at Lle­ ond armored vessels. Of the un­ perfections of glass and atmosphere, ordinary circumstances, with plenty when it is sold at all, and calcium city houses, and wild ducks never
of food and water, is a severe trial
wellyn Park, Orange, N. J., and armored vessels, four are already
is worth $1800 a pound. Cerium fear to alight anywhere in the towns
No. 1—310 acres, 3% miles from McMinn­ McMinnville; with extra good buildings, there experiment on various lower in commission, viz., the Dolphin, which could not be overcome. Yet —but oh! the horrors undergone by
large
orchard
and
land
of
best
quality.
is a shade higher—its cost is $160 or villages, while wild deer trot
the
Lick
telescope,
was
although
ville; finely improved, good buildings; wa­
a
slave
gang.
With
their
necks
al
­
animals, with the object of ascer­ 1485 tons and 2240 horse power; the project of constructing such a
an
ounce, or $1920 a pound.
about the streets. He says he has
ter piped to house and barn. Price, $12,000. Price. $75 per acre.
taining at what point of a human the Boston, 3189 tons and 3780 monster was looked upon as vision­ most dislocated by the prong of the
These begin to look like fabulous actually been followed about the
rough
branch
with
which
they
are
No. 13 —555 acres, 10 miles from McMinn­ body the electrical current can horse power; the Atlanta, 3189 tons
prices, but they do not reach the streets by wild deer eating from
No. 2—210 acres, 3 miles from McMinn­
and 3350 horse power; and the Chi­ ary, possesses twice the light-grasp­ secured, heavily chained, backs highest point; chromium brings his hand melon rinds, as tamp as
ville; well improved ; running water. Price, ville; 2 houses, 4 barns; this is one of the most efficaciously be applied in or­
best stock farms in the County.
Price, der to secure instantaneous death cago 4500 tons and 5084 horse ing power of the Washington instru­ smarting under the lash of the slave
$9,500.
ment, and its optical properties are driver, bodies almost fleshless from $2000, cobalt falls to about half the calves and lambs on American
>7,500.
without burning or disfiguring the power.
so
excellent that atmospheric causes starvation, tongues hanging out price of silver, while didymium is farms. One day he saw a4>eautiful
flesh of the victim. Several un­ The Dolphin carries one 6 in.
No. 3—130 acres, 3 miles from McMitn-
do
not affect its performance more from thirst, women compelled to the same price as cerium, and erbi­ heron alight on th« limb of a tree.
No.
14
—
540
acres,
11
miles
from
McMinn
­
8
in.
ville ; quailty of land cannot be beat in Yam­
lucky dogs and calves and one rifle gun; the Boston, two
ville;
this
farm
has
good
buildings
of
all
than
they do that of smaller te’e- cerrv their babes on their backs um $10 an ouuce cheaper than cal­ Instead of a rush for guns to shoot
bill County ; large orchard and buildings
rifle guns and six 6 in. rifle guns;
kinds necessary for the farmer and stock equine quadruped were, on the 12th
the creature, the crowd stopped and
scopes.
Now nobody appears to and loads on their heads—no won­ cium, or just $1680 per pouud.
good. Price, $7,500.
guns
the
Atlanta,
two
8
in.
rifle
If the wealth of the Vanderbilts every man’s hand went into his
raiser; running water. Price, >18 per acre. inst., sacrificed to science in this
think
that
the
limit
has
been
reach
­
der
that,
one
after
another,
they
fall
manner, and the results attained and six 6 in. rifle guns; and the
be not overstated, it amounts to pocket for pencil and sketch paper.
No. 4—80 acres, 2J4 miles from McMinn­
were regarded as thoroughly satis­ Chicago, four 8 in. rifle guns, eight ed, and the appetite for celestial exhausted to the ground, and are nearly $200,000,000.
No.
15
—
<40
acros,
2
1-2
miles
from
post
­
With this It is a nation brought up to man­
ville; best quality valley land. Price, $3,200.
marvels,
awakened
by
the
really
left
either
to
starve
or
to
become
6
in.
rifle
guns,
and
two
5
in.
rifle
factory and as demonstrating con­
office. Price, >15 per acre.
sum they could purchase 312 tons ual education. Every one knows,
wonderful
observations
at
Mount
the
prey
of
leopards
or
hyenas.
clusively the utility and desirability guns.
of gold and have something left
No. 5—four 20-acre tracts 2’£ miles from
Five other unarmored vessels Hamilton, has created almost a Having reached the coast, their over, but they couldn't buy two how to sketch from nature.
No. 16—860 acres, 7 miles from McMinn­ of the alternating current as a
McMinnville. Price, >1,000 per tract.
is the secret of the wonderful Jap­
public
demand
for
a
still
larger
and
troubles
do
not
cease.
It
is
proba
­
ville; about 50 head of cattle and horses, means of producing sudden and were recently launched, and will
tons
of
gallium,
that
rare
metal
anese art.
more
powerful
telescope.
This
has
bly
to
carry
them
to
Arabia
or
No. 6—250 acres, 21-2 miles from McMinn- besides hogs, goats, fanning machinery, painless death, whether applied at shortly be put in commission, viz.,
being worth $3250 an ounce. With
found
expression
in
several
projects
Madagascar,
in
spite
of
all
treaties.
etc.
Price,
$21,000,
the
Charleston,
3730
’
tons
and
7000
the head, the arm, feet, side, spine
viUe; well improved, buildings extra, good
A Country of Small Things.
this metal the highest price is
horse power; the Baltimore, 4413 for the construction of such a glass, Then they are packed in miserable reached, and it may well be called
orchard, land fully improved, rricc, >35
or any other point of the body.
and
one
of
these
has
taken
the
defi
­
No.
17
—
100
acres,
7
miles
from
McMinn
­
dhows—packed so tight that a
Japan, says Mr. Frank G < ,n-
per acre.
It was shortly after three o’clock tons and 9000 horse power; the
the rarest and most precious of penter, is a country of the little
ville; very best valley land. Price, >45 per
when the experiments commenced. Yorktown, 1700 tons and 3000 nite form of a contract with the quarter of them die from suffoca­ metals.
No. 7—120 acres, S miles from McMinn­ acre.
“The men here are from five feet to
They were conducted in a large horse power; the Petrel, 890 tons Clarks to make a telescope for the tion. Should a British cruiser heave
Glucinum is worth $250 per five feet five inches high, and the
university of Southern California in sight the Arabs persuade the
ville; well improved. Price, $6,500.
No. 18 —348 acres, well improved, water shed situated in the rear of the la­ and 1100 horse power; and the Ve­ having an object-glass forty inches
ounce
;
indium,
$158;
oridium,
$658
poor wretches that the fiery white
women are smaller. Notwithstand«
boratory buildings, and the electric suvius, 725 tons. The last named
Ne. 8—50acres,2miles from McMinnville; in every field, buildings good, orchard.
in diameter. The diameter of the man is after them, and that if he a pound; fauthanium, $175, and ing the fact that they raise tl>^~*
vessel
is
a
dynamite
cruiser,
which
current
was
conveyed
by
wires
fiom
Price, >30 per acre.
lithium $160 per ounce. Niobium
No buildings, Price, >55 per acre.
the main structure. Those present is expected to steam at the rate of Lick glass is thirty-six inches. catches them they will be boiled or costs $128 per ounce ; asmium, pal­ selves three inches off the,r
Since
the
light-gathering
capacity
eaten
alive.
on their wooden sandals I
No- 19—100 acres. 1 mile from postoftice. were Dr. Carlos F. MacDonald, of 20 knots per hour.
No. »—83 acres, 2 1-2 miles from McMinn­
ladium, platinum, potassinuin and tinually looking dtWffs
of an object-glass varies as the
This
is
no
fancy
picture.
It
is
a
The
Charleston
will
carry
two
8
Price,
$45
per
acre.
the
state
asylum
for
the
insane
at
ville; well improved; finely located, near
rhodium bring respectively $640,
Auburn, Dr. A. D. Rockwell, a lead­ in. and six 6 in. rifle guns; the square of the diameter, it will be scene daily enacted on the east $400, $130, $32, and $512 per a fair sized AmericaiT^pr^owers"
College. Price, >5,000.
seen
that
the
proposed
telescope
is
coast
of
Africa.
Our
settlement
was
above them like an Amazon. Jap­
No. 20—62 acres, 6 miles from McMinn­ ing medical electrician of this city, Baltimore, four 8 in. breech-loading
to exceed the Lick telescope in this founded to receive such people res­ pound. Strontium costs $128 an anese trees arc dwarfed and, tn
No. 10—five 10-acre tracts, 2 miles from ville, 1 mile from postoffice. Price, >50 per Dr. Edward Tatum, demonstrator rifle guns and six 6 in. breech­
ounce;
tantallum,
$144;
teluriuin,
acre.
McMinnville. Price. >60 per acre.
of physiology at the Pennsylvania loading rifle guns; the Yorktown, respect about 25 per cent. If every­ cued by British cruisers, and when $9; thorium, $272 ; vanadium, $320; fact, al! nature seems to be made
on the six by nine plan. The chick­
state university, Harold P. Brown, six 6 in. breech-loading rifle guns; thing goes well it is thought this the poor wretches are deliv­
No. 21—Saw mill, 10 miles from McMinn­ a well known electrical engineer of the Petrel, four 6 in. breech-loading new telescope can be set up in its ered to us they present a sight yttrium, $144; and zirconium $250 ens are nearly all bantams, and the
No. 11—15 acres, with good house and
an
ounce.
burn, chicken bouse, etc., fine orchard; 2 1-2 ville, capacity 10,000 feet per day; all com­ this city, and A. E. Kennelly, chief rifle guns ; and the Vesuvius three dome on Wilson’s Peak, in Califor­ that would make angels weep.
with their bobtails, look like
Thus we see that the commonly cats,
plete and now working full crew ¡orders for electrician of the Edison laboratory, 15 in. dynamite guns. In her trial nia, within three years; and the op­
miles from McMinnville. Price. 1.700.
The supply of slaves is kept up
kittens compared with our Ameri­
received
opinion
as
to
what
are
the
300,000 feet of lumber now on hand. Price,
who represented the “Wizard of trips before a board of United States tical glass makers of Paris who east from the interior by warfare and most precious metals is quite er­ can tommies, and the horses arc
No. 12—170 aeres adjoining the town of: >6,000.
Llewellyn.”
naval officers, the Vesuvius has the disks fo- the Lick glass are al­ famine principally. Among bar­ roneous. Barium is more than ponies. The houses of the common
A large Newfoundland dog was developed a speed of nearly 21j ready at work upon a casting for barous people, of course, intestine five times as valuable as gold, and people are but one story, and the
the first victim. Unconscious of knots per hour, so that she has one of the 40-inch lenses. It will’ feuds are common; the Arabs in gallium more than 162 times aB rooms look like children’s play
Besides
of
its doom, the poor animal willingly more than realized the anticipations be observed that the new telescope, their devilish craftiness make it their costly, while many of the metals houses. The country, though as
submitted to the placing in position and estimates made respecting her. like its great rival, is to be set upon business to foment quarrels, set are twice and thrice as valuable. big as several states, is full of pic­
give
small
of the fatal wires, the end of one Her three 15 in. dynamite guns the top of a mountain. It is no new tribe against tribe, and reap the Aluminum, which now costs $8 or turesque scenery, but it is the
of our
Should
being fastened to its right forepaw, will render her one of the most discovery that elevated situations benefit by buying the slaves at a $9 a pound, will eventually be pro­ pretty rather than the grand, and
have beautiful bits rather than
while the other was placed in prox­ formidable vessels in the American possess a great advantage in tele­ sheap rate from both sides. Their duced as cheaply as steel
When you
this list
scopic work; that was practically de­ devilish practices do not stop here,
sublime landscapes. It is the same
imity to its brain. Then the strength navy.
this
can
be
done
it
will
push
the
with everything. If I ask far a
of the current was measured. All
Six other unarmored vessels are monstrated many years ago by Pi- though. They wheedle and scheme
metal out of a great many of cup of tea at a little wayside tea
being ready, the circuit was com­ being built, viz., the Newark, 4083 azzi Smyth when he dragged a big to get people into debt, and then latter
its present uses, as it possesses house, it is handed to me in a little
pleted, and in an incredibly short tons burden and 8500 horse power; telescope up the peak of Teneriffe claim them as their slaves, or they great
list
toughness and elas­ piece of shell-like china, no bigger
space of time the dog was dead. It the Philadelphia, 4324 tons and to and obtained such views of Jupiter’s set traps to force them into stealing. ticity, strength,
with
extreme
lightness of than an egg-cup, and the little Jap­
cloud-streaked
disk
and
of
some
of!
The Africans live a hand-to mouth
had taken 600 volts of electricity attain a speed of 19 knots per hour;
we
forward
weight. Its sources of supply are anese beauty goes down on her
and sixteen seconds of time to dis­ the San Francisco, 4083 tons, to at­ the sta.s as he had never had be- I existence. Little is done by them simply
inexhaustible, and its pres­ knees when she brings it.”
des
patch him. A calf was the next tain a speed of 19 knots per hour; fore. But the extra labor of placing yet in the way of cultivation; they
ent
high
cost arises from the diffi­
observatories
on
mountains
has
pre-
!
depend entirely upon nature’s gifts.
subject. It was carried, kicking the Concord, 1700 tons and 3400
of its extraction in a metallic
cription.
lustily, into the spacious operating horse power; the Bennington, 1700 vented the trying of the experiment 1 Thus, if the rains should be delayed culty
A Silver Wajron Road.
room and held while the deadly tons and 3400 horse power; and a on a very large scale until the ener there are often famines over wide form. Indium seems to be chiefly
used
for
pointing
gold
pens,
and
“
You
may talk about nicklet
getic
Californians
undertook
the
areas of country. These famines
wires were arranged, this time at first class torpedo boat, not yet
If you wish
information regarding the
base of the brain and near the named, 99 tons, to steam at the task. Hereafter we may expect that are harvests for the Arabs—the many of the metals mentioned have plated railroads1” said Vice-presi­
lofty sites will be more frequently more powerful natives sell the weak­ but a limited sphere of usefulness. dent L. T. Stanley, of Widnut
In fifteen seconds from the rate of 23 knots per hour.
County,
fail to write us. All heart.
street, “but what do you think of u
completion of the circuit the victim
The Philadelphia is to carry chosen for great telescopes. And er, and there is no one to dispute
Operation
on
a
Lion.
solid
silver wagon road? The
this
has
an
important
bearing
ujion
their
right
of
doing
so.
was veal. A big mongrel dog, which twelve 6 in. breech-loading rifle
cheerfully had
Horseshoe mine, in Colorado, has
been selected for the succeed- | guns ; the Concord, six 6 in. breech­ another still greator astronomical I
The
fine
lion
Jupiter,
a*
ths
Giri-
ing sacrifice, seemed somewhat sus- ! loading rifle guns ; the Bennington, enterprise that has been suggested The .Sugar Industry of Louisiana. ton Zoological gardens, Bristol, one, although when it was built
of
ability
picious of the assemblage and de- i six 6 in. breech-loading rifle guns; —the making of a 60-inch telescope
There are but three sugar refin­ which is nearly 11 years old, hav­ they didn’t think it would pan out
for the Naval Observatory at Wash­ eries in the state of Louisiaua, ac­ ing been cubbed in the gardens in that way. They had to have a
dined
to
approach
the
wires.
He
i
and
the
torpedo
l>oat,
eight
locomo
­
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
ington. Such an instrument would cording to the editor of the Louis­ the year 1878, was noticed lately to road from their mine, a distance of
was dragged into position and stood tive torpedoes,
constitute so great an advance over iana Planter, who answers a series have a claw on the left fore paw three miles, over which heavy loads
shivering
as
if
cognizant
of
his
rap
­
Six
other
unarmored
vessels
have
Physician A Surgeon,
idly approaching fate. A wire was < only reached at present the projec­ the most powerful now in existence of questions regarding the sugar growing into the flesh of its foot, were to be drawn.. They took the
McMiaavizut,
...
O bec . on .
affixed to his hind leg, another 1 tion stage. These vessels are a as to be practically beyond compar­ industry of that state, and they are which was gradually laming the rock that had been taken from the
Office and residence on D street. All
placed over his heart, and in less < cruiser of 5300 tons, to steam at ison with them. It would collect all located in New Orleans. These animal. The lion was evidently in shafts they were sinking, and which1
valla promptly answered day or night.
time than it takes to tell it the poor i the rate of 20 knots per hour; two from the stars almost three times three establishments have about pain, and it was deemed advisable lay around in the way, and maead-
beast’s anticipatory terrors were other
i
cruisers of 3000 tons each, to as much light as the huge Lick lens $1,500,000 invested in them. There to remove the claw. The novel op­ imized the road all the way
DK. J. C. MICHAUX
over.
i steam at the rate of 19 knots per can grasp. If its optical properties were 144 vacum pan sugar houses eration was performed recently, through. The wagons passing over
It was decided to offer up the hour;
!
two other cruisers of 2000 were, as good as the latter’s it would j in operation in 1877 and they made when a close traveling cage was in­ the road ground the rocks down.
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
horse next, and he was accordingly tons each, the speed of which is be difficult to foresee the limits of 91,000 tons of sugar, or over half troduced into the den, and placed One day they had a heavy rain­
led in and prepared for the slaugh- i still unsettled; and a practice ship its capacity to penetrate into space. the crop of 1887. The total crop of against one of the sliding traps in storm, and when things got dry
LAFAYETTE, OREGON
But it will be well to wait and see 1887 was about 180,000 tons. The the partition. The animal having again after the rain, the wind blew
ter. He looked a despondent, of
i 800 tons.
J m .2I, '69.
played-out sort of quadruped, and
As regards the new armored ves­ how the proposed 40-inch glass crop of 1888 is not yet finished and been induced to enter the cage, it the dust off the road, and all
through the road-bed, every which
if he knew what awaited him, the sels
i
of the United States navy, comes cut before undertaking to the totals not yet determined.
was removed to the floor of the
DR. O. H. SMITH,
certainly did not object. The same they are in a less forward state make a larger one. The cost of the i The average wages paid to la­ building and another cage, but of way, they could see big streaks of
wires, several hundred volts and a than their unarmored contempor­ 40-inch telescope is set at $100,000. borers will exceed $1 per day, different construction, composed silver. Well, maybe they didn't
.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
few fleeting seconds led to his ut­ aries. There are seven armored It costs as much as that to make a reaching $1.50 to $1.75 during the solely of iron bars, placed endways collar on to the rest of
terly painless demise, and his car­ ships at present being built, viz., hundred-ton gun, but is not the ce­ i grinding season, including night to the door of the first cage, and the rock that lay around those sliais**
L afayette , O regon .
cass was dragged aside to make the Maine, 6648 tons and 9000 lestial apparatus better worth the work, and falling to a minimum of two firmly lashed together. After They sent away a lot of if to be as­
room for more calves and canines. horse power; the Texas, 6300 tons money?— New York Sun.
▼7-49
75 cents during the spring and some little trouble the animal was sayed, and when the report” came
Buncery • Spacially.
Two medium sized mongrels died and 8000 horse power ; the Puritan,
early summer, and rising to $1 to got into the second cage, which was back they found that their roadlw <1
Removing a Mail’s Shirt.
for science, and three more innocent 6060 tons and 3058 horse power;
M c M innville national bank .
$1.50 during the season of rice so narrow as to not admit of his was worth 1200 a ton. It wns a
calves were butchered in a far more the Terror, 3815 tons and 838 horse
grassing and harvest, and always turning round. Heavy inch and a little expensive to drive over, 1>tii
m ’MINNVII.LE, OREGON.
An extraordinary and most laugh­ including houses and gardens free half planks were then inserted be­ they had to have the road and 1
expeditious manner that in vogue power; the Miantonomoh, 3815 tons
Absolutely Pure. at the shambles. By that time the and 1030 horse power; the Amphi­ able feat is that of removing a of rent, and free access to fuel.
Trawacts a General Banking Business.
tween the bars, and the lion tightly suppose they’ve got it yet, if their
This powder never varies- A marvel of pur­ experimenting party had solved trite, 3815 tons and 1000 horse man’s shirt before he is hardly
The average number of hands di­ wedged in. Up to this point he mines have held out.— Philadelphia
President............................. J. W. COWLS ity. strength and ’wholesomeness. More eco­
aware of it, and without taking off' rectly employed on the sugar plan­ had submitted quietly, but on the Pare».
any
doubts
that
may
have
previous­
power;
and
the
Monadnock,
3815
nomical
than
the
ordinary
kinds,
and
cannot
be
Vice President............ LEE LAUGHLIN sold in competition with multitude of low test,
either his coat or vest.
ly existed in their minds regarding tons and 3000 horse power.
tations is about 50,000, and as introduction of the planks he splin­
Cashier........................... CLARK BRALY short weight alum or phosphate powder . Sold
Kilgore Didn’t Object.
To do this successfully requires many more are employed indirectly tered them up as easily as though
The Maine will carry four 10 in.
only iu cans: R oyal ’B aking P owder C o , 106 the certainty of quick death by the
Bells exchange on Portland, San Francisco Wall St., N. Y
considerable
tact
and
very
quick
alternating current, and had gather­ and six 6 in. breech-loading rifle
in
making
cooperage,
machinery,
The
Washington (Jazetle savs:
they
had
been
matchwood.
At
aad New York.
ed sufficient material upon which guns; the Texas, two 12 in. and six actions on the part of the operator. etc., and in transporting the crop last he was firmly wedged in, and a Big Tom Reed, of Maine, is continu­
Interest allowed on time deposits.
to base an opinion as to the best 6 in. breech-loading rifle guns; and One professional magician is so ex­ by steamboats, railways, etc., and little time was given him to cool ally getting off something droll tha
• Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p m.
points for application of the current. the Puritan, the Terror, the Mian­ pert that he can produce this result in d raying, weighing, gauging, down. A favorable opportunity for causes his hearers to split tliur
So they abandoned the roles of exe­ tonomoh, the Amphitrite, and the in fifteen seconds. An amateur warehousing, etc., and so the whole the operation occurred in a few sides with laughter. The latf
cutioners and turned their faces Monadnock will each carry four 1' should soon acquire the knack of sugar industry employs at least minutes, his paw being partly thing by Reed occurred on innug ,4
TONSORIAL ARTIST,
homeward.
in. breech-loading rifle guns. Plans doing it in halfea minute. Select 100,000 laborers, and is the chief through the bars. The head keeper, ation day in the senate. It wii
North side Third St.
McMinnville, Or.
Mr.
Harold
P.
Brown
and
Mr.
A.
have been prepared, but the build­ your subject, not a person of the support of 500,0Q0 of our people.
Blunsden, who was waiting with a during the inaugural ceremonies
I»ue. Sigi, and Ornamental Painter Hair cutting in the latest styles. Cutting of E. Kennelly said the results attain­ ing
has not yet been commenced, of dude make-up, with a skin-tight
ladies’ and children's hair neatly done.
There are about 1200 sugar plan­ pair of powerful nippers, seized the when the chaplain was delivering
M c M innville , O regon .
For a good shave or shampoo give us a call. ed could not have been more satis­ a vessel intended for coast defenso. suit, but some good-natured, every­ tations in the state, but only 794 opportunity, and'the offending claw himself of a very long prayer. Reed,
factory, but of course, not having She is proposed to be of 4000 tons day sort of a fellow, whose clothing sugar houses in operation in 1887. was promptly removed. The oper­ Butterworth and Phelps were stand­
Graining,
yet
discussed the subject, they burden and 5400 horse power. This fits him easily.
The total molasses crop of 1887 ation, which was conducted by Dr. ing together making observations,
All I he Latest Novels
Paper Ranging and
Tell him to keep cool.
could not publicly advance an opin­ at present unnamed vessel will
was 22,000,000 gallons, or 440,000 Harrison, treasurer of the gardens, when Reed discovered Kilgore, of
Carriage Painting.
ion on the greater eligibility of one carry one 16 in. 115 ton breech­ Then begin your operations in barrels. It will fall largely short was absolutely necessary, as the Texas, the gr<at objector of th«
Can be Found at The
portion of the body than another loading rifle gun, and one 15 in. earnest by quickly pulling off his of this for 1888.
claw had already grown more than house, standing just a few feet in
Prompt Attention to Orders from
the application of the current. dynamite gun. An armored cruiser collar and necktie and unbuttoning
The chaplain war
We have no definite information half an inch into the foot, and front of
the Country.
NEWS STORE for
Death, painless and speedy, had re­ not yet named, and proposed to be his shirt behind. Pull his shirt yet as to the amount of money that would probably have killed the ani­ still exhorting his hearers whey
sulted in every instance. The force of 7500 tons burden, is also in con­ from his breeches, up his back, and, will be invested in new mechinery mal.— London Time».
Reed broke the monob:
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of the current used varied from five templation, but has not yet been with a strong exertion, get it right this year, but there are now evi­
ing: “Well it looks like th»A Imp-
Full Stock of Musical Instru­ hundred to one thousand volts, al­ commenced.
over his head. This is by no means dences that it will be larger than
Plante grow as long an they live, lain is going to keep it up all »lav.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
ments and Stationery Always
ternating from two hundred and
In closing these detals, we may hard. You now have it across his any year since 1878, when some and they live much longer than Now, there is standing Kilgore, ”-h^
on Hand.
eighty to three hundred per second, add that Great Britain has now 10 stomach. Loosen his sleeves, and ' twenty vacum pans were erected. animals. A Boabab tree in Sene­ beats Holman two to one, and that
Opposite Cook's Hotel, Third Street,
thus emphatically disproving the war vessels of 3000 tons and up­ grasping the one nearest his hand,' From all sides comes reports of gal, about 100 yards in circumfer­ beats the devil, and wlien he could
advanced by certain ad­ ward, with a minimum speed of pull it off his arm. You can do projected improvements in the way ence, was reckoned bv A dan son to serve the country by calling the
McMinnville, Oregon
Third Street, McMinnville, Or. contention
vocates of the continuous current 19 knots per hour; the United this successfully, if he limbers his of diffusion batteries, double mills, be over 5000 years old. An oak in regular order on the chaplain he
that one thousand volts of the alter­ States, 8 ; France, 5; Spain, 3; Jap­ arms, and does not resist some- baggassee furnaces, improved boil­ Dorsetshire, England, is thought to stands there and won’t open his
McMinnville Baths and
nating current would prove com­ an, 2; and Russia, 1. The United stretching work on your part. After ers, etc., and the improvements will be 2000 years old. As the Boabab mouth.”
paratively harmless, and that con­ States, accordingly, now claim that one arm is freed of the shirt, it is reach several millions of dollars.
Kilgore heard every word, I>w
is now known to be a fast growing
siderably over one thousand volts in the important matter of high easy to remove it from the other.
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.,
pretended to be deaf as a
i
tree,
doubt
has
been
thrown
on
the
Have been purchasee by
would be necessary to insure death. speed war ships they now rank The shirt will then come off to the
A German photographer, An- accuracy of Adanson’s estimate.
All kinds of fancy hair cutting and Hair
The time occupied had varied from second, and are not far behiud astonishment of all.
dressing done in the latest style.
shuetz, of Lissa, after some years’ Baron Humboldt thought the dra­ "Well, doctor,” said a Trannaiyt
All kinds of hair dyeing a specialty.
As previously stated, the effect of experimenting in photographing gon
to a prominent physician the
E. R. Harrison. Chas Chaney and ten seconds in the case of one dog Great Britain. The Americans are,
tree of Teneriffe, the oldest scribe day,
and
Special attention given to Ladies'
"is this east wind g<«>d f(,r
to twenty-five seconds. As for the _ in ____
__ _________
Chas. Allen,
fact, 1 going
in heavily for high this trick depends entirely upon the flight of cannon balls, has at tree, but Asa Gray, in “Johnson’s other
Children'a work.
doctor»?” "No,” said be ''the doc­
8baving. 15 cents
your own adroitness. It is well to last succeeded in obtaining photo­ Cyclopedia,” gives precedence in tlie
bodies
of
the
slain,
they
—
so
com-
speed
cruisers.
—
Engineering.
tor» of Astoria have to depend moatlv
I have just put in the finest baths ever in
throw a shall or sheet over the sub­ graphs of the trajectory of balls tree longevity to the Mexican taxo­ upon the ]>oor sewerage of the city for a
pletelv escaped disfigurement that
______ ... ____
Of Amity, and in now ready to receive
the city, where you can find hot or cold
Customers.
ject’s body when you are about to moving at a velocity of 13(X) feet deum or bald Cyprus, a very slow sustenance ” Considerable expressed
baths always readj-.
•
the veal was perfectly/suitable for
I also have the largest and finest stock of
in tlxMe few words.—JWoi
present this exhibition, that those per second, with an exposure of growing tree.
human food, and it was returned to Children Cry for
imported and domestic cigars in the city
The above about hi»« this
The business will be conducted with the in­
present may not discover your only the ten-thousandth part of a
,
tention of pleasing everyone, and we ask a con­ the butcher who had brought the
we bave not tl-]^ £££
’ Third
McMinnville, Or.
tinuance of the Public Patronage.
calves to the laboratory.
PltChOrS CflStOrifL method of operating.
second.
«
How’s this for a readable paper. rone oyer tbs full line of
McMinnville, Oregon
We Notice a Few of Our Properties.
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Town Property
all descriptions
We can only
a very
propor­
tion
properties.
any thing in
interest
you, address us, giving
number on
and
will
you full
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any
our
do not
your questions will be answered
and to the best our
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