Consolidated Feb. 1,1889. M c M innville . O regon . F riday , august 30,1889. VOL. I. NO. 30 i HARRISON AND CLEVELAND. The Croat Heat of Siberia Inheritance of Injuries, WH AT DRUMMERS COST. WHAT IS A CLOSED SEA*.’ A BROTHER’S VENGEANCE. he would not suffer much and might not even be able to know for what he was The Two Presidents Contrasted Tlie Enormous Sum* Spent Annu [ The Behring Sea Controversy a Tbe Penalty a Trapper Exacted Prof. A. Weismann, of Freiburg, Ger Siberia is generally regarded as a region shot. No, he would torture him and by a Correspondent. ally by Traveling Salesmen. Subject of Great Importance. for His Sister’s Ruin. many, lias made some experiments on of ice and cold, but according to Mr. Geo. gloat over his sufferings. Mr. Harrison ’ s administration lacks mutilation. On October 17, 1887, he “ Tlie money used in a single year to The Behring sea controversy lias as The Fort Robinson (Neb.) correspond- ■ No Indian could devise a more cruel Kennan, it is, in summer time, about as of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat writes as j death than did the trapper for his vic sumed such grave importance in the had the tails removed from seven female one element important to success. It hot a place as there is on the face of the foot the salary and expense bills of the and five male white mice. On Novem lacks the subtle and indescribable some globe. In one of his remarkable Siber traveling salesmen of the United States follows: “Just above Julesburg, on the ; tim. .... .......... . ...... r__ As m he ™_.„ neared the camp on the minds of public officials and private citi thing called interest. You can’t tell why, ian narratives, given in the Century Mag would pay off the entire national debt Platte river, is a rock, at the foot ofMissouri his thirst for vengeance in- zens that it is wortli while to supplement ber 16th the first brood appeared. These which —v .i. was enacted *~'1 _ a . tragedy i.. many | creaged, and it was a whole day before the history of the case, as published the and all subsequent broods were removed says the Washington correspondent of azine, Mr. Kennan thus relates one of his and leave a few dollar« over.” This rather startling statement was years ago, the mere recital of which lie could trust himself to enter camp, so other day, by a restatement of the position from the cage. Up to December 17, the Philadelphia Telegraph, but it is not hot weather experiences: makes my blood run cold. The stoiv great was his fear that at the sight of his of both parties, Canada and the United 1888, 333 young were born, and in none interesting. “The farther we went up the Irtes'h made by a junior member of one of our In his official family are men like the hotter became tbe weather, and the large dry goods houses of this city, who of them was there any sign of the mutj. was told me in Montana by a trap|x;r partner his feelings would overcome lnm States. Our government holds that our pur lation being inherited. In cage 2, fifteen Blaine, Wanamaker, and Rusk, with more barren the stepix*. until it was easy has a force of about fiftv travelers under over fitteen years ago, who vouched for and lie would kill the scoundrel on the the trutli of what he stated. The id.ice spot. But, controlling himself by a chase of Alaska carried with it the ex young, of December 2,1887, were placed, personalities out of the ordinary. But to imagine that we were in an Arabian or liis immediate charge. As proof of his I speak of—near old Julesburg—is a mighty effort, he calmly entered the clusive jurisdiction over Behring sea, their tails having been removed. These, even the latter’e riding on a hay-cart and a north African desert. The thermome assertion he presented these particulars: lonelv spot in a canyon, surrounded by camp and greeted his former friend, who claiming this body of water as mare clau up to December 17, 1888, produced 233 his bareback riding have failed to hold ter ranged day after day from 90 to 103 “There is hardly a wholesale, jobbing or high bluffs, wheie the frowning rocks pretended to be very glad to see him. sum, or a closed sea, ceded to us by Rus young, all with normal tails. In cage 3, the public attention for more than a mo degrees in tbe shade; the atnvisphere commission house in any line of business render the loneliness and silence op He said not a word about the letter he sia, and therefore as completely under fourteen young of the second generation, ment. Mr. Blaine’s brilliant moves on was suffocating; ever}-leaf and blade of in the United States that does not have pressive and cause the visitors to hasten had received, and by neither act or word the dominion cf the United states as with tails removed, were placed, and up the diplomatic chess board have received grass as far as tbe eye could reach, had at least a single representative, and from their departure from the gloomy dell to a showed anything was wrong. When Hudson’s bay is of Canada. Our statute to December 17, 1888, they produced 141 but passing notice, l’roctor, Miller, and been absolutely burned dead by the one lone man the force ranges up as high more cheerful landscajo on the open spring came the skins were packed and passed by congress last winter rests up young, all quite normal. The experi Noble do nothing to get themselves talk fierce sunshine; great columns of sand as 125 or 130 men, and there may lx* one prairie and the-banks ul the beautiful sent to Benton, where the partners soon on our alleged right to exercise the same ment was carried, with a negative result, ed about. Wanamaker may fairly claim l'JO to 150 feet in height swept slowly and or two houses with even more. The av down through five generations of mu to be an exception, but he is only one majestically across the sun-scorched erage of tlie most reliable estimates plac Platte river. followed them. The boats were loaded control over the waters of Behring sea tilated animals’. The length of tail of out of eight, and there is a coldness about plain ; and we could trace the progress of es the total number of commercial tour that we do over the main land of Alaska. Many years ago two young men came ami everything pi epared for going down k The Canadians, on the other hand, as new-born mice varies from 10.5 milli the interest in him. from the East, and, ascending the Mis- the river. The brother had a will made, a mounted Kirghix five miles away by the ists in this country, at 250,000, and this In public life men had better be inter dost his horse’s hoofs raised from the does not mean peddlers, but only those ouri from Council Bluffs far into Mon leaving thename of the person blank. sert that Behring sea is not and never meters to 12 millimeters. In the series This powder . never __ varies. ____ A marvel _____ of tilla, engaged in the business of trapping esting than great. The names of many step]«. I suffered intensely from heat who sell goods at wholesale. He then proposed to his partner that in was, regarded sb an inland or land-lock of experiments, 849 young were produced purity, strenet* strength ---- and ’ ~ wholesomeness. ’ More “The railroad fares, charges for carry economical tri .nan the ordinary kinds, and and buying furs. They were bosom stead of going down the Missouri river ed sea, like Hudson’s bay, but is the by mutilated progenitors, and in no case men are made immortal because of this and thirst, and had to protect myself cannot lx? sold in competition with multi friends and prospered in all Uieir under subtle spell. Interestingly wise, foolish, from the fierce sunshine by swathing my ing sample baggage by freight or express, was a mouse produced with its tail less northern part of the Pacific ocean, and with the boats they would send the furs tude, of low test, short weight alum or phos The author eccentric, ugly, ambitious, enthusiastic, body in four thicknesses of blankets, and hotel bills and numerous incidental trav phate powder. Sold only in cans. R ovai . takings. Money flowed into their bands down, while they would cross the moun belongs to the high seas over which in than 10.5 millimeters. B aking P owokr C o , 106 Wall St., N. Y/ from the sales of furs, and they soon be tains, visit the trappers on the Platte, ternational law gives no exclusive juris points out. that, while it might be said or even interestingly wicked, and a man putting a big down pillow over my legs. eling expenses of these men will range i came quite wealthy. Still they stayed buy their furs, take them down the diction to any nation. The Canadians that experiments through a far greater has the ears and eyes of the public. I could not hold my hand in that sun four dollars and twelve dollars per day, number of generations were needed, the Fame follows even in the train of folly if shine five minutes without pain, and but some men will spend twenty-five 2. F. GALBREATH. E. E. GOUCHER. in the West that had been so generous Platte, and meet their own fleet of boats fairly quote, in support of their view, the to them, and, loving their wild and free with another at Plattsmouth, on the Mis definition given by Vattel of an inland or so-called cases of inheritance of mutila it possesses interest. Gen. Butler is in wrapping my body in four thicknesses of dollars in a single day for these purposes Calbreath & Goucher. life, continued to trap, hunt and buy souri. (rain was, of course, the argu land-locked sea, which “must be entire tion all imply that the mutilation is im teresting because he is ugly and unique. heavy woolen blanketing gave me at once without resorting to any extravagance. furs. At last they became so enamored ment used, and it did not require any ly surrounded by by the territory of the pressed on the immediately following Boulanger’s power is that he knows how a sensation of coolness. Mine was the Take, for instance, some of the carpet, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. of their mountain home they determined urging to get the partner to agree. He nation claiming jurisdiction, and must generations. A mother breaks her fin to hold public interest. And look at our southern or sunny side of the taran clothing or fancy goods men who carry M c M innville , - - - O regon . to make it their permanent abiding did not want to return to St. Louis, and have no other communication with tlie ger, and her daughter has the joint of tfwn Tom Ochiltree and Fireworks For tas, and I finally became so exhausted ten or fifteen trunks full of samples, take (Office over Braly’s Bank.) aker. place. with the fierce heat, and had such a a packer with them, and hire a hotel the longer he could defer his visit there, ocean than by a channel of which that her corresponding finger imperfect. A Examples are too numerous, great and strange feeling of fanitness, uausea, and parlor to display their goods whenever cow has her horn torn off, and in due One of the young men had a fair sister he reasoned, the better it would be for nation may take possession.” S, A. YOUNG, M. D. The Canadians say that while this def course gives birth to a one-horned calf. small, to go into. I merely want to re suffocation, that I asked Mr. Frust to they open their trunks. But the number in St. Louis, where one of the partners him. Tlie brother also said they would inition describes Hudson’s bay, it does Moreover, there are many cases of muti mark upon the absence of this electro change sides with me, and give me a of these men is comparatively small and went every year to sell their furs. The establish a branch trading post on the Physician & Surgeon. girl, infatuated by the tales of adven Platte, somewhere near old Fort Lara not describe Behring sea. which is not lation which have been made hundreds magnetic influence about Gen. Harrison brief respite, lie wrapped himself up six dollars a day will fairly represent the average expenses of the 250,000 men. You M c M inxvii . i .1, - • - . O regon . ture told by her brother, longed to visit mie, and thus increase their future pro surrounded by our territory, and is con of years without result. For instance, and his household. A few months in the in a blanket, put a pillow over his legs, Office and residence on D street. All the West, and begged so hard to be al fits. To all this the partner readily as nected with the Pacific by wide chan Settegast shows that all the crows but White house, and they are already an and managed to endure it until evening. have $1,500,000 |>er day for ex|x*nses calls promptly answered day or night. lowed to accompany him to his moun sented, and after seeing their boats safe nels. Canada denies that tlie United tbe rook have bristly feathers on their “old story.” Familiar as I bupik > sc <1 myself to l>e with alone. Multiply this by 363 and you When Mr. Cleveland entered the White beaks. Rooks, too, have thesa feathers States therefore is entitled to exclusive tain home that he finally consented and ly started down the Missouii they set Siberia, I little thought, when 1 crossed have $547,500,000 as the amount expend promised that the very next year she out across the country for Laramie. They control of the waters of Behring sea out w hile nestlings, but later on lose them house he was something entirely new tbe frontier, that I should find in it a ed in one year. “The item of salaries is nearly as large. should go back with him. She did so, finally Btruck the olil overland trail and side the prescribed three-mile limit from by perpetually pushing the beak and original. lie was something tbe north African desert, with whirling sand Practicing Physician and Surgeon, and for a whole year lived in followed it down the Platte to .Jules Ber our coasts. into the ground in search of food. There world had never seen before. His de columns and sunshine from which I Few men are paid less than $900 a year. The question forsettienient, therefore, is are a great many cases which at first velopment, his movements, his opera should be obliged to protect my limbs The largest numtier receive between $1500 a cabin in the Bear Paw mountains. nard’s. Here they stopped for several LAFAYETTE, OREGON'- whether Behring sea is part of the high sight appear to prove the inheritance of tions were watched with all the interest with blankets. I laughed at a Russian and $2500, either in salaries or commis When it became time for the furs to be days, and under some pretext or another, Jan. 21, *8S. marketed the girl, who had become the brother induced his partner to ac seas. On this point tlie most eminent ge injuries. As an example of how easy it that attaches to a new discovery. He officer in Omsk, who told me that the sions. A less number are paid from somewhat tired of mountain life, asked company him to the lonely pass de ographers of the world are against the is to be deceived, Weismann relates that was always developing new traitsand re heat in the valley of the Irtes’h was often $3,000 to $5,000, those receiving the latter her brother to go down to St. Louis with scribed in the opening lines of this story. view of our government. The able au a friend had a vertical scar (with comb peating new surprises. His nature, his so intense as to cause nausea and faint amount lieing comparatively small. But there are traveling salesman who are al* the furs, and return when they were Here he disarmed him, tied him se thor of au open letter to the New York like striae) on the left ear, the result of a peculiarities, and curious characteristics ing. and who advised me not to travel were those of an unknown creature, they sword-wound. On the left ear of this Sun says on this point : sold. Both partners were to go with iier, curely and informed his victim that he between 11 o’clock in the morning and ways in demand at $10,000 to $15,000 a Has the most complete stock of harness Tlie pre-eminence of the Germans in gentleman's daughter was a curious had never been studied. He was a nov 3 o’clock in the afternoon, when the day year, but they are few and far between. but just as they were on the eve of start was going to kill him. At first the part in the county. At present 12 set of sin geographical science is admitted, and it similar marking. But it was ultimately elty. He was interesting—most intensely was cloudless and hot. The idea of hav The lower salaried men predominate, as ing, information of a large take of buffalo ner thought it was only a joke, but when is gle harness, hand made, in prices believed that without exception they robes by the Indians on the Yellowstone the brother produced from his pocket regard Behring sea as a part of the Pa noticed that on the right ear of the father so. He had to be examined from a dis ing a sunstroke in Siberia, anil the sug might be supposed, and an average of ranging from $12 to 230, and 8 induced the brother to go there, and, in the letter from his mother and read it to cific. The same may be said of the best cy was an appearance precisely similar to tance and close by with the naked eye gestion not to travel there in the middle $1,800 per year is not far out of the way. set of team harness as cheap trusting bis darling sister to the care of him, the guilty man knew but too well clopaedias. Brockliaus’ Conversations that on tlie left ear of the daughter. On and under a glass. From the moment of the day, seemed tome so preposterous Figuring 250,000 men at an average sala* Lexikon, of which a new edition has re closer examination of the father’s left he entered the White house, almost until ary of $1,800 a year gives a total of $450,- AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY his partner and friend he set out for the that his time had come. cently been published, says the Pacific ear, there was seen under the scar a the hour of his departure, he was the that I could not restrain from a smile of 000,000, according to my arithmetic. To Yellowstone, promising to join them Can be seen on the hooks in my shop. amusement. He assured me, however, He begged to be shot at once, but the is connected with the Atlantic ocean by I have competent workmen employed later in St. Louis with a cargo of furs, brother only tieil his victim securely to Behring strait. Our own chief encyclo linear streak, from which the strite ran, most written-about and talked-about of that he was talking seriously, and said this add $547,500.000 for exitensea, and to do all kinds of repairing and to make and thus to add to their yearly profits a you have $997.50',000 for these two the rock, and then informed him that he paedia, in describing Behring sea, says forming a comb-like structure. It was men, as Mrs. Cleveland was of women. that he had seen soldiers unconscious any harness ordered I also keep a full it is ‘ ‘ that part of the Pacific ocean which I don ’ t know why it is, but there isn ’ t this, doubtless a congenital variation, stock of oil and rubber robes, lap robes, snug sum. The girl was loath to leave must starve to death. Hastening bock lies immediately south of Behring strait.” for hours alter a fit of nausea and faint items. “But there are other items to be horse covers, saddles, etc. A full line of her brother, and wished to accompany to Bernard’s cabin, who was away, he and not the accidental scar, that the even a little bit of this about the Harri ing, brought on bv marching in the sun. A recent newspajier communication by rax for repairs constantly on hand. son family. They don’t do anything to shine. He did not know sunstroke by charged against the salesmen's account. him to the Yellowstone; but he urged left a note saying they had gone East, Professor Dall, an American writer, upon daughter had inherited.— Science. attract public attention to themselves, name, and seemed to think that the It is impossible to give an accurate esti her to go directly down the Missouri and then taking some chains and a ham Alaska, shows conclusively that he re Behring sea as the northern exten and this attention does not come of its symptoms which he descrilied were ]«- mate of the cost of trunks, samples and with liis partner, and not undertake so mer which he found. in a stable near the gards Is. sion of the Pacific. Mr. Robert Rayner, own free will. fatiguing a journey as that by the Yel cabin, returned to the rock. He forged who has recently written a notable article culiar effects of the Irtes’h valley heat, other requisites of the traveling men, but If Cleveland but smiled on a baby at a but it was evidently sunstroke that lie the items ax we figure them in our store lowstone route. He said their mother, a collar out of the chain and fastened it on the Behring sea question, addressed The ladies of the shah’s harem are will give something to judge from. Our who also lived in St. Louis, would be about his victim’s neck. Then he drove a letter to Dr. II. Supan, who is widely now seen abroad unveiled, save one or public reception the newspapers publish had seen.” regarded as tbe most eminent of living fifty men require 150 trunks, costing $8 ed a long story about the circumstance, anxious, and he promised he would not a staple into the rock and fastened the geographers, asking his opinion. The two of the handsomer or more flighty of M c M innville , orf . gon . each or $1,200. These men require two be long in. joining them, when they chain to it. This done he calmly sat editor of Petermann’x Mitteilungen replied the numbei, who sometimes, when driv and it was much talked about. Harrison sets of samples yearly—one in the spring draining, would all have a happy time. The down to see his enemy starve. On the that “all geographers consider Behring ing in their “glass coaches” purposely all but gets down on the floor to play and one in the fall. The cost of these Paper Hanging and Mackinaw Boats were well manned with third day the partner signed the deed sea as a part of the Pacific.” give a rattier liberal display of their flor with babies and no one remarks it. The When he was only seven years old two sets of samples is alout $1,000 per To a mind of fair historical and geo newspaper man is in danger of ostracism friendly Indians, and provided with id charms to passers-by in carriages or with some powdered ink which the Carriage Painting. Prince Hartl had an unexpected match annum. Of this $50,000 worth of goods graphical intelligence, it is not easy to who writes about the McKee children; every comfc -rt-tlie country afforded. on horseback. The legends of tattoed brother had. It bequeathed all his prop Prompt Attention to Orders from When the little fleet sailed the brother erty to the injured girl. The brother understand why, if Behring sea can be Greek princes, notwithstanding, it is yet the president of the United States is with a small American boy of his own that are required for samples every year age. It was at a school entertainment the Country. struck out across the country for tbe witnessed and also attached an old trap , claimed as a closed sea by tlie United quite certain that as a rule, no man save subject to the rule of this youngster of at Tokio and it began by Prince Hartl a considerable |ortion is lost, while most of it is so soiled and damaged by constant (States Russia might not say to Sweden two years. This phenomenal grandfather the king enters the royal harem, or, hav Yellowstone, where be arrived in due per’s name as a witness. The brother noticing that the young American kept handling that it lias to be sold at a heavy M c M innville national bank . time, but a very sick man. He was then wrote letters for the man to sign,, and to Germany that the Baltic was a ing done so, leaves it alive. carries the child about in his arms, and on his Tam o’Shanter cap in the princely reduction from the actual cost or else compelled :to remain so long at the Crow- saying he had fallen very ill while cross closed sea; for Behring sea washes Rus The means of getting rid of those who may be led by him to take interest in a presence. m ’ mi NNVILLE, OREGON. given away. To cover this depreciation Indian cam p that the river froze up be ing the plains and. was about to die. sian territory on the west, just as the have ceased to plcaBe is simple yet in game ot marbles. “Go and tell that boy to take off his make an allowance of 33*, percent, upon Baltic does Sweden. The president of the United States rid Transacts a General Banking Business, fore be got iwell, and so he could not go These letters were dated cn the Platte, genious. There is no sewing up in sacks hat!” ordered the small prince to his the cost of the samples, or alxiut $17,000 The Black sea even, which has no no casting from towers, no bowstring, no ing down Pennsylvania avenue with an In the spring he grew bet but did not say at wliat point. All these President............................... I. W. COWLS down at all. aid-de-camp. per year. Trunks do not need renewing Vice President............ LEE LAUGHLIN ter and madt i his way to Benton, where documents the brother compelled his other communication with the ocean poisoning. A provincial general is in infant in his arms! Another: The pres Before the officer could reach the of- everv year, but repairs and replacing lost than by a channel held by Turkey, is ident, when the rest of the family are formed that lie will be favored with a Ooskier........................ CLARK BRALY he awaited th e return of his partner and partner to sign. <hi the sixth day the fender, the insulting princeling slipped sister. At la st the partner came, but man grew delirious and begged to be not a closed sea in the sense of Behring wife fiom the royal harem. To refuse is away, sitting at the table alone with this from his chair, strode down and knocked ones form quite an item of expense. Sells exchange on Portland, San Fran- From these figures it is evident that the did not bring the girl with him. lie shot, and day by day *110 became weaker sea. It is no more a sea under the ex is impossible; the disgusted lad}’ arrives same infant at lunch, feeding him sweets off the hat with his own hand. Young oisco and New York. similar expenses of greater or lesser clusive jurisdiction of one power than the anil is placed at the head of her new hus and talking of things in babyland, while er was not well and the said the motl until the tenth day, when he died. It is America never stopped to think who Interest allowed on lime deposits. amounts borne by every wholesale house sister had reloc tantly remained with her. said the brother often ate in the presence Mediterranean, the Red sea, or the Per band’s household. She usually insists cabinet officers and congressmen wait up the aggressor was, but stiuck back, and Offiee hours from 9 a. ni. to 4 p m. will swell the salary and traveling ex- sian gulf. England holds Gibraltar, stairs, and the East room is full of patri on bis divorcing his other wives, and in He accounted. for the sale of the furs, of his victim an d brought water from the in a few minutes the future emperor and and returned 'very large profits to the spring near by, but would not give the owns the Suez canal, holds Aden, at tbe any ease treats them as servants and in otic and bashful citizens who want to one of our future presidents clinched, and |xmse items ot $*.197,500,000 far beyond $1,000,000,000 per year.”— I'hilarielphta brother as his'- share. Although disap sufferer any fo< xl and only a very little mouth of the straits of the Red sea, and feriors. One of the generals, who had shake the hand of a president! were slapping and pounding each other Sunday Dispatch. holds a formidable josition on the Straits These pictures ought to interest. Har become the recipient of one of these roy pointed in not .having the company of water. Often lie would read over to him in the most democratic manner. The his Bister in his it -nely home during the the letter iron- the mother to her son in of Ormuz, but these are lieidas points of al favors (the lady led him a sad life) rison does some striking things, and is horrified nobles of tlie prince's suite and military or naval advantage. never alluded to her, but—in a whisper, possessed of a strong personality. Yet the frightened parents of the young Queer Coroner«’ Verdicts. summer, he coax oled himself with the forming him of his sister’s ruin. Next session begins on Mondav, the lfith In the sense that we claim Belirinz sea of course—as “the old camel.” Beauty he does not seem to attract attention. American separated them and led them thought he 8bou.li 1 see her in the early The poor man begged hard to be killed of September, 1889 Some cases of comparatively recent oc Free scholarships from every coanty in winter, and said she had done quite at once, or to be released, and he would as a closed sea, we are not likely to be and youth are the few and simple quali Cleveland was afraid to go out for a walk apart, neither combatant feeling any le- the State Apply to your County Superin sustained by international arbitration, ties for entering the royal harem. or to drive through the streets, lest he gret for what he had done. currence will serve to illustrate the de marry the girl and make everv restora right to remain at h omc to care for their tendent. F ree tvition after J an . 1, 1890. Four Courses: Classical, Scientific. Lit dear old mother. tion in his power for the wrong he had for no such great body of water of similar Various accomplishments, singing, play be disturbed by a crowd. Harrison walks “That boy slapped me first, when I fect of the coroner system. Here are erary and a short English Course in which In the fi'.ll tbe cat ch of furs had been done, but the bro ther was deaf to all his geographical situation is treated as a ing on the hand-drum, or tumbak, tbe and rides alone, perfectly unconscious of wasn’t doing anything to him!” |x*rsis (our instances from a single New England there is no Latin, Greek, French or German. The English is pre-eminently a Business so poor that the parti ier easily persuaded entreaties. So if went on until the end closed sea in the world to-day. Hudson’s tambourine, or harmonica are often ac the public, and undisturbed. He does ted the young American, whose parents state. Ina certain town a man shot him Course For Catalogues or other informa tbe brother to defer his trip East until came. After his victim was dead the bay is entirely within Canadian territory, quired after the lady has been received not attract more attention than any other were almost expecting to be arrested or self. tion. address J. W. JOHNSON, man. He is fond of a soft felt hat. When “A coroner hearing of tbe fact, and still spring and devote the whole winter to brother went to St. Louis and found his and fills tbe definition of “a closed sea” into the seraglio. President. beheaded for tbe unprecedented treat, Only the fresh arrivals and those who he first went into tbe White house some ment of such a sacred being as the im in ignorance whether death had occurred, hunting and trapping. The Crows were sister well and in sound mind. The will in all respects. Furthermore, so long as summoned a jury and hastened to tbe reported aga in to have taken a great of the dead partner was proved, and the Russia owned Alaska, we never admitted have failed to please live together in a of his friends looked for him to discard perial crown prince. many robes, and the brother went to girl and his ehild became the possessors that Behring was a closed sea, and we sort of a barrack under the supervision this, but he didn’t. Finally one ventured “I have punished that boy for his im place, only to find the man alive. Select the Yellows tone to buy their furs. of all his property. The brother tried to cannot afford to claim it without grant of the Amin-i-Akdas, an old favorite, to suggest that he ought to get a beaver; politeness in wearing iiis hat in my pres ing tbe nearest saloon as a waiting-place, be met Jim Beckworth, settle down, but could not. The remem ing all that Canada claims in the fisher who acts as a sort of “Mother of the that a felt hat was not dignified enough ence,” said the pompous princeling, the coroner and his jury remained then *'TVeWTitlpg. Penmanship, Correspondence. Bus While there •«" and Legal Forms practically taught at th James Bridge r and Beauvaise, all of brance of that awful rock haunted him ies dispute on the Atlantic seaboard.— Maids.” Every Thursday there is a kind for a president. “It will do for this one,” frowning at bis suite, tightening his little until the man wax dead, employing a Portland Easiness College. of review, the shah personally inspecting he replied. He still wears the soft hat. sword belt and strutting up and down boy in the neighloihood to keep them whom had bei m to St Ixiuis, but heard day and night, and after a year of vain Oregonian. , The thorough work done In each ot our seven informed as to the man's condition, until the whole establishment other than the endeavor to find surcease of sorrow, he trap[>er ’ s sister, though nothing of the like a young game cock. He Won tlie Prize. ?■*-’ Klven t*xls institution a repute but ‘ew schools attain, securing r they had callei 1 at his mother’s house, made a will giving everything to his recognized wives and favorites. The Facts About Railways. The tableaux and exercises went on he bail ceased to breathe, when they al.h L°.ur ftaduates proOtable employ A story which is vouched for by throwing of the handkerchief is no in t*ot, tx>tn as book-keepers and stenographers and said the old lady wan well and hearty mother and sister, and once more fled to quietly after that prelude, and when sup proceeded with the inquest.” mdenu admitted at any lime. Catalogue free Charles E. I’otts, of Troy, illustrates the vention and has not gone out of practice. In another place: The Canadian Pacific railway extends the w ild mountains. There he lived for when they left h er. per-time came Prince llaru was seen eat A- r. ABMSTBOXU, Principal. Portland, Or. “The bodv of a drowned man «as These conflic ting reports greatly ten years, never again coming East, and force of originality. A business man of The number of legitimate wives (orakdi) farther east and west than any other ing pink and white ice cream elbow to worried the bre <Jier. and he became was finally wounded by Indians while the city of Albany advertised for an of for every Mussulman is four. The head road in the country. It runs from Que elbow with his late opponent, and gal towed across tlie mill-pond from one fice boy recently and, as usual, got a wife of the present shah (who is his bec to tbe Pacific ocean. extremely anxioi 1 is to .bear from home, out hunting, and died from the effects of lantly feeding his own sponge cake to town to another to save the first town, in Janies Bridger 7 ras got ng to the Platte his wounds. It was on his deathbed he big bundle of answers. He got fairly cousin also), and who bears the title of The Kinzu viaduct, on the Erie rail the opponent’s pretty little yellow-haired which the body was found, the expense Sample rooms in connection. of inquest fees.” and thence to St. Louis, and the brother related this story of his life to Muggins well tired reading the good things the Shukoes-Sultana, is the great grand road, is the highest railroad bridge in sister. The following humorous verdict was o------ o ---------♦ --------- charged him ovi ir and over again to Taylor, who told it tome on the Yellow young aspirants for the place had to say daughter of Futteli Ali Shah, a monarch the United States. It is 305 feet high. of themselves, but finally he struck a whose family was so large that 110 of his rendered by a Tennessee coroner’s jury: stone by a campfire, one night in 1876 hasten to bis moi il»er, i'ea.-n about his I» now fitted up in first class order. The cantilever span in the Poughkeep Heart Failure. “He came to his death from the follow sister and then cc ■utxuuc ¿cate with him just before Custer was massacred. By letter that really rested him. It was descendants were aliye at his death. sie bridge is the longest railway bridge Accommodations as good as can be written on a very much soiled and ing causex, to wit: From some sudden This lady is the mother of the crown those who knew him, Muggins Taylor’s was p ast midwinter at any cost. It span in the United States. Its length is found in the city. “It would be an excellent idea,” says cause,'to the jurors unknown.” when a Snake Indii tn sudo enly appeared word could not be doubted. He was crumpled piece of paper that hail never prince or valliad. Her marriage with the 548 feet. the Manchester Union, “if physicians of been very white and ran as follows : An Irishman named O’Connor was shah was one of policy. The next wife then a scout for General Miles, and was S. £. MESSINGER, Manager. on the Yellowstone i with t wo letters for The longest railway tunnel in America the present day would invent some other killed in Minnesota by one Cochrane, “I’m 12 yers old. I hain’tgot no father in seniority is the daughter of the son of the brother. One v ns iron i Bridger and afterward himself killed at Billings, Mon. nor muther. I’m an orfen and I’ve got is the Hoosac tunnel on the Fitchburg reason for about all of the deaths which [ and alxiut his dead Joly assembled a explained that he had beet i greatly de- Whether the story be true or not I can to hustel. It just betes liel how hard Futteh Ali Shah. She is only known to railroad. It is four and three-fourth THE NADJY BAR! occur nowadays than tbe cheap fraud, jury cf six men, who rendered the fol- rumor as having a somewhat sharp tem not say, but it is not more strange than times is.” layed in getting the otber h tter to him. miles long. IN THR COOK HOUSE. ‘heart failure.’ This might not be of lowing verdict, given hore without tl»e He had no one but ( Uieyenna s and Sioux many other incidents of the border that The gentleman read no more of the per. The third wife, and the actual fav serious moment were it not for the fact original Bfielling: Stocked with tlie Choicest Wines, fag The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe orite, is Anys-u-Dowlet. She has been a we know ’ to be true. It is said that some with him, and no Indian o f either of letters, but at once sent for the writer of that hundreds of people are lieing nearly on and Ilgars— Domestic and Imported. "Martin O'Conner lierò lying de ,d. these tribes could penetrate the Crow years afterward some hunters visited the this one and gave him the job. The boy legitimate wife nearly thirteen years, system operates more mileage than any frightened to death by the constant use came to hie death by a shot from a gun, Tixe Beit Bar lsi tiae City other single corporation in the United very fat, fairly good looking, and is said spot, and found the skeleton of a man has settled down to “ hustling ” in earn n death. . At last he lands without certai of the cause for sudden deaths, and many which caused the blood to rush in tor WM. MARTIN. Proprietor. had met a Snake, ai id these In dians be- chained by the neck to a rock, and they est, and doesn’t cqmplain any more to be very good tempered and attractive. States. It covers about 800 miles. It is said that tbe Manhattan Elevated people who are sick, and necessarily rents from his body, so that it was im ing at peace with the Crows, he liad marked the spot with a cairn of stones. about the ‘‘hard times.”— Netr 1'ori How .Justice Field Appears. railroad, New York, carries more pas have some heart symptoms, are kept in possible for him to live till we held an Graphic. hired this one to car ry the letter to him. Progress of Invention. sengers than any other road in the world. constant terror by reading or hearing in I inquest.” The other was from the trapper’s moth- Height of Sea Waves. Speaking of Justice Field a correspond The average number carried is 225,000 a other ways of death after death by heart I The following is retorted from Ken To the progress of invention, more er and nearly craz ed him. It . gave a Watchmaker failure. There are probably no more! tucky : ent says: “ He is a small-sized man, than to all other causes combined, says day, or 191,615,000 a year. Carefully re;>eated experiments made long and circumsta atial account • of the deaths from heart failure in these times ; and Jeweler. ruin of his sister, ai id wound up b) ' say- the Intention Age, is due the important by an experienced English navigator at much to the surprise of people who have It is claimed that the fastest time on than heretofore, but a new cause for' “The Inquisition held on the body of only seen him sitting behind the desk of Holmes deseasts I tecember 8, 1853. We sociological fact that the condition of Santander, on tbe north coast of Spain, Dealer In All Kinds ot Watches, Jewetrj. Plated Ware. ing that the girl, unable to bear her the supreme court, robed in his volum record was made over the Philadelphia death has been coined, and the nervous j of the sai<i jury, by being summoned and shame, had gone ir sane with grief and women has been vastly improved during showed the crest of the sea waves in a Clecks and Spectacled. MCMINNVILLE. OR. and Reading railroad. The time was and timid are being severely injured by i qualified and hearing tlie evidences and would soon becotn e a mother. \ Vild the last four or five decades. Invention prolonged and heavy gale of wind to be inous judicial gown of black silk. His ninety-two miles in ninety-three minutes, it.” We would suggest that hereafter i making true ami diligous resentments 42 feet high ; and allowing the same for head and body are unusually large. It has relegated the coarser and harder with grief, the first i impulse of the otx th- one mile biing made in forty-six seconds. the depth between the waves, would is his legs which make him seem short. physicians use the term “cardiac asthe-' over tlie said body of said deseaxtx twelve er was to return to 1 its camp on tins J4 is- work of women to machinery, and has make a height of 84 feet from crest to I» opened up new’ and pleasant avenues of base. The length from crest to crest was | His front is impressive. His forehead The chances for loss of life in railroad nia,” which has a learned sound and | men met and being sworn into the case, souri, seek his paitn er and kill him. t fe is high, running back into polished bald accidents in this country are one killed means just the same. The immediate ' believes that he come to his death from profitable employment for them. Wit started at once, but. ttie more be brocx I- j ness the telegraph, the telephone, and found to be 386 feet. Other estimates of the waves in the South Atlantic during ness ; his remaining hair is bushy and for every ten thousand carried. Statis. cause of death in many diseases being, some fit or other apoplexy. Itoctor be Goods of all descriptions moved and care ed over the matter th«- worse he beeaiw e I type-writing machines by which hun great storms give a height of fifty feet for possessed of a desii -e to torture bin sit4- - j dreds of thousands of women and girls the crests and 400 feet for length. In silvery, and his beard a venerable white ticians claim that more people are killed- in fact, “heart failure," we do not see ing sworn by me, Coroner states that tbe ful handling guaranteed. ter’s destroyer. V Hia t good, he sea earn their living. The movement is the North Sea the height of crest seldom lie has Harrison’s complexion now. He every year by falling out of windows than how otherwise the “nervous and timid” ; lobis membrain of thespinai disease was Collections will be made monthly. can lie protected. there are in railroad accidents. affected to considerable extent.” exceeds 10 feet and the length 150 feet. is a very dignified man by nature.” Hauling of all kinds done cheap^0 soned. would it do 1 liiu to shoot the man; J still onward and upward. POWDER Absolutely Pure. E. WRIGHT J. B. ROHR, lluiiNe. Sign, and Ornamental Painter UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. The St Charles Hotel. WM. HOLL, & CARLIN & HIGH Draymen.