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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1890)
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OF THE MARRIAGE OF THE
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entirely to MrMinnrille. Look for it.
TELEPHONE^Est.blished June. t's&
M c M innville . O regon . T hursday , J anuary
Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
A NEWS MEDIUM
THAT IS ONE OF THE REASONS WHY THE
TELEPHONE REGISTER ENJOYS THE LA RG
EST< IR<T RATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER PTB
LISHET» IN YAMHILL CGVNTY
VOL. I. NO. 51.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
KILLED BY COSSACKS.
A Siberian Tragedy that was Con
cealed by the Russians.
Southern Parilir Company’s Lines,
THE MftlXT SHAST1 BOITE!
Schur’s fate quicker, and the only an
swer that was vouchsafed him was an
increased roar of musketry. The brave
fellow sank down in his tracks, still
clutching tightly the white emblem
which would have saved him even from
the spears of African savages. He was
Struck in a dozen places.
Captain Wjaschoff, who had command
of a detachment of soldiers, became
sickened at the horrible butchery, and
tried to stop his ferocious followers from
doing further harm. But they were so
inflamed by the sight of blood that they
paid no heed to his orders.
While the captain’s request to cease
firing was ringing out Governor-General
Ostascbkin himself appeared on the
scene and urged the men to continue.
Almost before the last encouraging
words to the savages were out of liis
month Zotoff appeared immediately
above the governor’s head, at a window,
and, taking a hasty aim, he sent a bullet
into the treacherous official’s body.
Zotoff, who was subsequently hanged
by the Russian authorities, told the fol
lowing story of his observations “after
the battle” in a letter written secretly
before his execution:
“The cries of the wounded and dying
all through the house and in the court
yard were teirible.
“Looking out of the window I saw the
Cossacks killing a man named Joseph
Ostrowitz, who was lying in the yard
with a bullet in his leg.
“Some were using bayonets on hi-
body; others were battering in his skull.
“The wife of Bernstein, who was
killed, asked the soldiers to be allowed
to take charge of the body.
“She was knocked down and trampled
“In one of the rooms I found Sophie
Gurenitz in a dying condition. She
begged of me to give her poison to end
“My friend Podbelski, who was only
wounded, was thrown into a cart which
contained the bodies of the killed.
“I called to the soldiers that he was
“‘He will not stay so long!’ they
shouted back, and drove away.”
Zotoff, Bernstein and Hausmann were
hanged; ten men and four women were
sent to Siberia for life, and four men
sentenced to fifteen years’ imprison-
ment in the mines.
Bernstein was carried on his bed to
THE ISLE OF SKULLS.
Hundreds of Indian Skeletons
Found ou San Nicolas Island.
bit with none could she converse, her
eighteen years of solitude evidently hav-
itg caused her to forget her language,
although she had recourse to the sign
language, by which she made her wants
known. In this way she explained that
her child had been eaten by the wild
dogs, a peculiar species of which lived
on the island.
The woman lived at Santa Barbara
bat a few weeks when she became ill,
presumably liecause of a change of diet,
and died. Her dress, made of sea-bird
feathers, so arranged as to shed water,
was sent to Rome, together with various
trinkets and impliments of her manu
MONARCH OF BRIDGES.
The English Channel is to
I m -
The first number of the Russian week
At tlie lime of his visit to the Paris ex
About eighty miles off the coast of
ly paper, Znamia, which is to resume
hibition Mr. Gladstone is re;>orted to
Ventura county, California, lies the low,
have said that the peace of the world
sandy island of San Nicolas—an island
January, will contain an authentic report
Portland and San Francisco,
would be assured by a tunnel or bridge
about ten miles long by four miles in
across the English channel. This re
width, and an island with a history.
police officers, soldiers and Cossacks,
mark, savs a correspondent of the New-
California Express Trains Run Daily
On this bleak and desolate island no
which took place in Jakuctsk, March
Calbreath & Goucher,
York Sun, was doubtless suggested by
¡BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
trees or shubbery of any kind are to be
22nd. The Znamia't report was written
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
the sight of the plans for the projected
found, although evidence remains that
by eye-witnesses of the affair, which,
M c M ixxville ,
- O reoon .
bridge exhibited in the upper gallery of
at one time the island was well wooded.
owing to the Russian censorship, re
the Champ de Mais.
4 .00 p in SanFrancisco 7.15 piu
A species of ice plant and alfileria grow
(Office over Braly’s Bank. >
ceived but slight mention in the press at
Fran. 7 :00 p in;Portland
The plans shown at the exhibition
somewhat luxuriantly on certain portions
the time of its occurrence. It was smug
Local Passenger Daily, except Sunday
consist of two largo drawings giving the
of the island, and an enterprising Yankee
gled out of the Czar’s dominions by
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
complete development of the bridge and
pastures a large band of sheep npon it,
Portla.nl. . 8:05 a m Eugene.
2:1«» p in
friends of the “cause,” who did not dare
Eugene. .9:00 a in j Portland . 3:15 p in
A Public Benefactor.
the geological cut of the ground upon
but he cannot rightfully lay claim to any
Physician & Surgeon,
to trust it to the mail, but acted as their
which the masonry piles arc to be Con
part of the island, as it is included with
M c M ixxville .
and also a sei of detailed draw
baggage we can enjoy immunity from
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
Office ami residence on D s’ret. All
is reserved by the government for light annoyance about trunks, etc., in transit ings showing the construction of the pil
calls promptly answered day or i igh.
lars, columns and the bridge proper.
sengers attached to express trains.
Revolutionary committee in Paris, who
across the continent.
The 8. P. Company’s Ferry makes con
The position of the bridge is naturally
forwarded a copy to New York.
John Palmer, of Union City, Mich., is
nection with all the regular trains on the
DR. J. F. MICHAUX
ported a large Indian population, judging the inventor of the baggage check sys indicated bv the line of short distances
East Side Division from foot of F street
The following is an extract from the
from the immense shell heaps, some of tem. In early days he was in great de and least deep water. This line starts
WEST SIDE DIVISION
This powder never
A marvel of original report:
which ore miles in extent, and other evi mand, for his violin enlivened many and from the French coast at a point called
Practicing Physician and Surgeon, I
Jakuctsk is a station in Siberia from
Between Portland and Corvallis.
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordina y kinds, and where the exiles condemned to work in
dences of their occupation of the island- many a winter night. One great annoy Cran and tEufs near Cape Jrisnez, and
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
cannot be sold in competition with multi
These »hell heaps are composed of mil ance he experienced was the constant reaches the English coast at Folkestone
tude of low test, short weight alum or phos the mines are reported to Kolminsk and
Portland . 7:30 a in McMinn’ 10:13 a ID phate
oyal Werchbjansk. It has a military gover.
lions of mussels, abalone, and other sea trouble people had in finding their after passing the Varne and Colbart
Jan, 21, ’83.
McMinn’ 10:13 am
stills and land snails, and in some places coats, caps, hats, wraps, robes, etc., af banks. The distance is about twenty-
3:44 p in B aking P owdeb C o , 10G Wall St., N. Y. nor and a strong garrison of infantry and
1:3U p m McMinn'
McMinn’ . 3:44 pm Portland . G :20 p m
are several feet in depth.
ter the party broke up. It was an four miles. The line chose a by the en
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
nounced that there was to be a big dance gineers is not Quite straight, but devi
trains of Oregon Pacific.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
at Burlington on Thanksgiving evening, ates towaid the center at two points in
dians from stone, bone and shell, has about 1850, and Mr. Palmer was to have order to avoid deep water and take ad
which decreed that the march to the
8.00 p m
Portland. 4:50pm i
been taken from the island by relic charge of the music. He knew that vantage of tlie foundations offered by
mines should lie hastened, the food ra
5:45 a in|
. 0:00 a m B. CLARK. PROPRIETOR.
hunters, so that now comparatively few there would be a terrible crowd and that the two banks above mentioned, which
tions lessened and monetary allowances
Through tickets to all points South and
specimens of their handiwork remain.
cut off entirely.
East via California
lots of trouble with the clothing would are covered only by seven or eight me
Ticket offices. No 134, corner First and
As this meant certain death for the ex
The workmanship of the implements be the result, and lie went to work to ters of water.
Alder streets, Portland, Oregon; corner Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to iles they petitioned the governor to with
The bridge is composed, of course, of
utensils found on San Nicolas is devise a plan to obviate it. The more
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Front and F streets, Portland.
and a roadway resting thereon.
he planned the further he got from a so
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst. G F. it P Agt
ot things to prevail.
1 of the fo lr islands in the Santa Barbara lution. So the night before the partv The pillars are to be of masonry com
The governor, without reading the
or the mainland. The skulls he retired dreading the work of the mor posed of beton, resting on the bed of the
FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY!
communication, commanded the exiles,
found also indicate a higher type of be row. ' He says that abont 3 a. ni. next channel on the white or blue chalk
thirty men and women, to await his or
In building formerly occupied by Me
ings. Implements made of deer horns morning be was aroused by a queer sen which is found to be sufficiently resisting
Sample rooms in connection.
Minnville News Co
Orders taken for all kinds of work and ders in the house of one of their own
have been found, which shows that the sation ; that in front of him, as it were, U bear a weight of ton to twelve kilo
satisfaction guaranteed. Call at factory number, a nihilist named Hotkins, and
natives did not consider the eighty-mile were two cards just alike. What did grammes per square centimeter.
and see specimens of furniture,
The construction of these pillars will
la now fitted up in first class order.
forwarded the papers to the chief of po
' expanse of sea-water stretching lietween that mean ? His work for the day camo
an enormous affair, necessitating the
them and the mainland too far for them to him, and he asked the question,
Accommodations as good as can be
establishment of special ports at Folke
ture manufactured here in your own state them to be seditions documents and or
to traverse in their open canoes.
found in the city.
“what do the two cards mean ?” Well,
dered the arrest of the petitioners on the
Tradi ;ion says that about 350 years ago after studying on it a long time he stone in England and Ambleuteuse in
S. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
morning of March 22d.
the natives of Alaska would sometimes seemed to solve the mystery. He got France, in which the metallic caissons
come down and make raids on the inhab out eight cards, marked them in pairs— can he built and floated. The liottom of
Prices Consistent with Good Work
tachment of police, commanded by Lieu
itants of San Nicolas and kill them for 1 1, 2 2, 3 3, 4 4—ind one of the greatest the caisson will be a chamber four me
On Short or Long Time in Sums to suit.
their otter-skin clothing. It is a plausi blessings to the business world was born. ters high, which will be built in a dock
Lowest Rates and no Commissions.
house, where the exhiles had gathered
ble theory that these Indians knew Now for the first test. He had four and then floated into port, where the
under General Ostasckin’s instructions.
something of the AlaBkans, as many of children; he took their shoes and stock metal walls will be continued upward to
If so be sure and call for your tickets
their weapons and imp'.emei .s are iden ings, tied each lot up by thems jives, put a height of twelve or fifteen meters
Jail on or address:
You will find the most complete
dence the lieutenant commanded the as
tical with those used by the natives of tags 1, 2, 3, 4 on each lot, and put them above the base. Meanwhile the caisson
will be ballasted with a layer of beton
sembled exiles to follow him. They re
W. T. SHURTLEFF,
Alaska at the present time.
away. When the children got up they
two or two and a half meters thick laid
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
inquired for their shoes. lie gave each
At J. I. Knight 4 Co.’s McMinnvile, Or.
Crockery and Glassware. Stand
the roof of the lower air chamber.
awaiting the governor’s decision.
on the surface, some seeming to have one a check that corresponded with the
and Library Lamps
This ballast will give the caisson stabil
“Then you will not obey me ?” cried
Ever Brought to the City.
Plessoff, and immediately withdrew.
A Notable Cracksman.
their having died from violence can be gc into the other room and pick out their ity and enable it to be towed bv steam
Teas and Coffes a special
ers to the spot where the pillar is to be
Five minutes later, without the slight
found. However, it is very apparent own by comparing the numbers. Each
ty; Roast Coffee ground free of
The Anglo-Saxon race produces all that tlie natives of this island lost their child got its own. Success. Now for a sunk and fixed.
charge. Goods delivered tree to
est warning, a troop of soldiers and Cos
Has the most complete stock of harness
ony part of the city.
Each pillar will take a long time to
sacks attacked the house, batteringdown the eminent burglars. The daring of lives at the hands of their enemies or trial on a larger scale. lie prepared a
in the county. At present 12 set of sin
American burglars and of their brethern through famine or some scourge, for in lot of checks the same way for the build, M. Hersent estimate, the cubic
gle harness, hand made, in prices
dows and destroying everything that in the allied profession of train robting the year 1835 but sixteen Indians were guests at the party. About the first to total of machinery iu the 118 piles at
ranging from $12 to $30, and 8
Marty four million meter, and the
JESSE EDWARDS. barred their entrance.
has a world wide fame.
left of the thousands that at one time arrive were four railroad men from Mar
set of team harness as cheap
weight of iron in the caissons 70,309,800
inhabited it. The Catholic padres, hav shall. Well, it surprised them to be
AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY
It is positively the shortest and fin !3t I
Counting 250 working
the meaning of the terrible uproar thev
ing won nearly all the coast Indians to able to get their things so prompt and
line to Chicago and the east and south and
Can be seen on the hooks in my shop.
days a year, and working simultaneously
the only slcepirg nnd dining car through
Proprietors of The McMinnville
I have competent workmen employed line to
bayonets in the hand of the hideously ever, on the continent, mail bags are spiritual welfare of the handful remain another party at Burlington, and among on eight caissons at a time, these pil
to do all kinds of repairing and to make*
stolen, banks or great jewelers robbed, ing on San Nicolas, in 1832 caused a ves the first to arrive were six railroad men lars could be built in ten years at a cost
anv harness ordered I also keep a full Omaha, Kansas City, and all 31 isso uri
fierce little soldiers of the Steppes.
stock of oil and rubber robes, lap robes, I
Englishmen do the work. The famous sel to be sent over to remove them to the from Marshall, including the first four. ol about seventy-six millions of dollars.
horse covers, saddles, etc. A full line of
The supporting piles, in masonry and
of French mails, which took mainland. It is said that the Indians They watched the plan the whole even
“Away with them to prison!”
extras for repairs constantly on hand.
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed I Situated nt tlie Southwest corner of the
stone, are to be built up to a height of
train service and elegant dining and Fair Grounds. All sizes of
twenty meters above the highest tides
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the
exiles announced their readiness to do as fort of Englishmen and Americans.
all were on board and the vessel was had found a grand idea. Inside ol three
First-Class Drain Tile
In many cases these artists are Anglo- about to set sail one of the Indian wo months it was adopted by the railroad and twenty-seven meters above the low
they were ordered.
est water level. There will consequent
kept constantly on hand at lowest living
But this very announcement of sub Americans. Every now and then a men asked permission to go ashore to get companies of the United States.
ly be from the level of the sea to the
mission w as seized upon as a pretext for
her child, which in the excitement she
floor of the bridge a clear space of sixty
The Legend of Mace’» Bay.
tal packages passing between the dia had forgotten. Her request was granted,
meters, which is sufficient to allow the
About a century ago a rakish-looking
but before she returned a wind sprang
The Only Sign Writer in the County.
Others luav imitate,but none can surpass it
TRIPLETT & BOND.
mand of the czar’s butchers, gave the or London, and the diamond cutters of Am up and the vessel was compelled to schooner bore down on Mace’s bay, masts of the largest vessel to pass under.
Our motto is “always on time ”
The width of the platform upon which
Homes fitted up in the Neatest and Most
Proprietors of the
der for the killing to begin by shooting sterdam. Dutchmen aro the losers by leave. After two days of rough weather which strikes in from the Bay ol Fundy,
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets
via this celebrated route and take none
the theft, and some Dutchmen doubtless she arrived at Wilmington, Los Angeles on the New Brunswick coast. After the rails rest is eight meters. This will
to his subordinates:
Designs furnished for Decorations
W H MEAD, G A
“Stop this palavering! Seize the scoun profit by it; but Englishmen carryout countv. where the Indians were landed some maneuvering, she ran into the bay allow- of a double track of the ordinary
No. 4 Washington street, Portland, Or
The neatest place in the city Animals drels and throw them out of the win the effective part of the work. The con
width, three and a half feet between the
Rcniemlicr Paper Hanging and Inside Fur
and taken in charge by the padres. The and came to anchor. A boat was low
carefully selected for killing—insuring the
nishing a Specialty
clusion to be drawn from all this is that boat was then ordered north, but when ered, and, with muffled oars, the men rails, which will be set in grooves to
Poultry, etc , bought and dows!”
Work taken by Contract or by the Day. Ex
Notice of Final Settlement.
sold Highest market price paid for every
As though this had been a preconcert only members of the great, world envel off the coast of Monterey county was pulled for the shore. The moon pee)>ed prevent all possibility of accident. Tlie
perienced men employed.
signal the Cossacks threw their car oping Anglo-Saxon race possess the re wrecked. As at that time there were but through the clouds sufficiently bright to level of the tracks is seventy-two feet
Third Street, McMinnville. Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the under
to their shoulders and opened a sourceful courage required in this meth few vessels of any kind on the coast, no throw light upon the whole proceedings. above low water mark. There will be
signed, administrator of the estate of Elzira
Notice to Taxpayers.
no carriageway and no footpath, except
deadly fire on the men and women that od of gaining wealth.
Stater deceased, has tiled his final account
effort was make to rescue the unfortun The men dug a hole and buried their
Notice is hereby given that the tax books were huddled before them.
for jiersons employed on the bridge.
of his administration of said estate in the
M c M innville national bank . county court of Yamhill county, Oregon of Yamhill county. Oregon, for the year Among the exiles were Zotoff, Schur, modern burglar, says the New York ate woman on San Nicolas, and she was
The fear of an invasion by the French,
and said court lias fixed the 7th <la v of Jan 1889, are now in my hands for the collection
left to her fate. As the years went by and the boat again headed for the vessel,
Corner Third and C streets, in Bralv block. uary, 1890. at the hour of 10o'clock, a tn., of taxes, and that myself, or deputy, will Hausmann and Bernstein, men wiio had Sun, is Billy Porter, who has been en
which periodically haunts John Bull's
at the countv court room at McMinnville, visit the various precincts of said county*
mind, has not been forgotten by the au
with a stiff breeze after her. The men
m ’ m INNVH.LE, OREGON.
Oregon, as the time and place for hearing as follows, between the hours of 10 o’clock carried their lives in their hands for gaged in bank robbing in every part of time was entirely forgotten.
thors of the projected bridge. They
a m. and 4 o’clock p. in. for the purpose years and were always prepared for an the country.
He has several other
About the year 1850, and for sometime who were engaged in the business have
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Therefore, all persons interested in said of collecting said tax:
propose to make the first two spans at
estate are hereby notified and required to
Wheatland, Monday, January 27,1890.
President............................ J. W. COWLS appear at said time and place anil show
Dayton, Tuesday, January 28.
They broke through the ranks of the is too well known to need repeating. Barbara, was the owner of a sloop in ground, anil the whereabouts of the each extremity movable, so that, in
Lafayette. Wednesday, January 29
Vice President.......... LEE LAUGHLIN cause, if any there be, whv said estate be
assaulting Cossacks into an adjoining He made a very interesting appearance which he cruised around the various is treasure has been kept a secret unti I re case of need, the railway communica
Dundee, Thursday. January 30
not finally settled and said administrator
Cashier.................... J. L. STRATTON discharged
room, where a number of arms had been in London some time ago, however, lands in Santa Barbara channel in search cently the chart locating the treasure tions could be immediately interrupted.
Newberg, Friday. January 31.
West Chehalem, «Saturday. February 1.
Dated this 28th day of November. 188).
secreted, and from their new point of about which people may not have read of sea otter, and sometimes sailed out as found its way into curious hands, who The French army that should start over
Sells sight exchange and telegraphic
’ F. W. FENTON.
North Yamhill, Monday, February 3
transfers on Portland, San Franc land New (48)
vantage they began a fusilsde on the ex so much. Billy and an accomplice en far as San Nicolas, where then, as now, determined to investigate. The secret the bridge to invade England would thus
Carlton, Tuesday, February 4.
Administrator of said Estate.
find itself lief ore a precipice fifty meters
Bellevue, Wednesday, February 5.
tered the premises of a rich jeweler at sea otter were plentiful.
posed flank of the soldiers.
was known to two only, who one year
Collections made on all accessible points.
Willamina, Thursday, February 6.
high and very difficult to croM, in spile
Interest allowed on time deposits.
tfa have the Exclusive Contrôlât
all the resources of military art.
Office hours from !) a. m. to 4 p m.
his first voyage to the island, and on hidden box, and returned it to its hid
North aiyl South McMinnville, Monday the street as soon as they found tha- value. What they took was worth 80,-
The cost of this gigantic work is esti
They admit finding the
landing with liis crew to make explora ing-place.
and Tuesday, February 10 and 11
All persons arc notified to be present at they had an armed opposition to con 030 marks at the lowest estimate, En- tions was surprised to find human foot treasure, in evidence of which it is said mated at »172,000,000—»76,000,000 for
M c M innville
the masonry piles and »90,000,000 for the
said appointments and settle their taxes, or tend with. Then, after concealing them trance to the jeweler’s premises was et-
prints in the sand. A basket woven from that one of the men has begun the erec
pay the same to me at my office, within 30
days from the dates above mentioned. If selves behind hastily thrown up bar I -cted in a most ingenious manner, and grass was also found containing a gar tion of a fine dwelling near St. Stephens.
not paid by the expiration of 30 days, costs ricades, the Cossacks poured lead into the thoughtful burglars left ropis, dis ment made of bird feathers, and a num They refuse to divulge their secret or
CARLIN & HIGH. Proprietors
will lie added, as specified by section 2795,
King of the <.. vph 1«* k .
Revised Statutes—pay your taxes or costs the house as fast as they could load their placed flooring, etc., just as they used ber of bone knives and other imple make any explanation.
Goods of all descriptions moved nnd care
will be made.
them, so as to provide an invaluable ob ments. These were left as found. A
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will
A modest brick house, Standing a lit
T J HARRIS, Sheriff.
lie made monthly Hauling of al kinds
As every door, window and other oh ject lesson to any of the German youth strong wind coming up forced the cap I^irgest Advertisement on Earth. tle way back from the street in a suburb
stacle that might have served as a pro who might wish to emulate them. Then tain to put to sea without investigating
The largest advertisement in the of the city of Dayton, O., is the property
tection against the rain of bullets had thev calrqly traveled back to England in the matter further.
world is that of the Glasgow Newt, cut and for a part of the year the home of a
been broken down the poor wetchcs in first-class carriages and berths. The
THE NADJY BAR!
Captain Nidever’s next visit to the is- in the shape of flower beds on the side gypsy of wide repute, the heir apparent
side of the walls were almost as much English detectives succeeded in tracing »land was in 1853, about two years after of a hill back of Ardenlee, Scotland. to a throne in Little Egypt; and here,
IN THE COOK HOUSE.
exposed to the fire as though they ha' th mi, and found Porter living wiih his his first trip. Again discovering human The words “Glasgow .Vetcs” can be seen and hereabout, is the rendezvous of a
Stocked with the Choicest Wines, Liq-
A Journal for Adevrtisers.
been in the open air, and the carnage wife, baby and mother-in-law in a nice footprints, the captain and his crew fol and plainly read a distance of four numerous baud or tribe. This settle
ors and Cigars—Domestic and Imported.
have to offer a prize to sell th!'
house in a quiet suburb of London. lowed them, and after a few hours’ miles. The length of each letter is 40 ment is widely known as the home of
PRINTERS’ INK is just what it was something terrible.
Tixe Best Bax in. the City
Goode, for ltd the BEST UADE. Euerg Can hcldt
Nearly every man, woman and child They found the booty there, also. Por- search came upon the object of their feet; the total length of the line 323 feet; some of the richest and most influential
WM MARTIN. Proprietor.
ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS,
tisers.” It is issued on the 1st and in the assemblage was wounded. Six tir and his accomplice were accordingly search near the center of the island, the area covered by the letters, 14,845 families of gvpeydom, among them the
J. N. HENDERSON. 15th day's of each month, and is the were killed outright—five men and one takm to the Bowstreet police court, and seated on the ground, engaged in remov- feet. The borders of the bed are sown Stanleys, of whom ths present bead is
representativo journal—the trade woman. A number of the others were their extradition to Germany demanded. the blubber from a seal with a knife with white flowers, the center with red called I^evi. This Levi Stanley is a
MC. MINNVILLE, ORE.
I journal, so to speak—of American so seriously hurt that they succumbed Porter is a typical gentlemanly burg made of bone
and purple. The effect is said to be short, heavy-set man of something over
It tells the intending later on to their wounds, and in the bod lar of melodrama, only a little less Two of the Bailors walked softly up be- ' startling.
70 years; he is still strong and active,
frem Ohio. Ih-re is a I advertisers.
portrait of Mr. <; .rri- I
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ies of innocent babes great lead messen flashy. He came into court dressed in hind the unsuspecting woman, while
with a ruddj- cheek and bright eye.
aoii. <>f N.lvm, C’lii,«
lie writes: “Was at work on a farm for
Recent reports of the Emperor Will
are those put up by
gers of death were embedded in such vi a black cutaway coat, trousers of dark Captain Nidever stepped around in front
n month ; I mm hnvr tin iigei-«-y
Much of his time is passed with the
iam’s prowess with ttie gun during a late
>r E. C. Alien & < o’* album-« and puLli-
D. M. FERRY&CO.
tion. and vtieii n.a <‘ay
when and where to advertise; how tal places that probing for them meani material, pate at leather boots and a of her. Instead of exhibiting surprise or visit to Prince Pless in Silesia, brings traveling parties, while his oldest son,
Who are the Largest
Seedsmen in the world.
to write an advertisement; how to certain death, and the little ones, should dark red scatf. His chin was shaven alarm, the woman met Nidever and the out again the statement that his majesty fxjvi Jr., is a stalwart, handsome man
k'illiiini Kline, llarriaburg, I’a ,
D. M. F brrv &C o ’ s
writes: “I have never known
| of fifty, assumes much of the active di
display one; what newspapers or they live, will carry the czar’s love tok and he wore a carefully trimmed mus others with a smile and other demonstra
Beautifully Illustrated. Descriptive
anything to sell like your album.
Yesterday 1 took orders enough to
other media to use; how much to ens with them through vouth, manhood tache. He carried a silk hat in his right tions of pleasure, and readily accom is an indifferent sportsman, for, having rection of affairs, looking after property,
pay me over
' W. J. El
practically only one hand, lie always
more. Bangor, Me., writes: “I
hand, aud a pair of gloves in bis left. panied them to the boat.
expend—in fact discources on ev and infirm old age.
r an order for your album at
for i8go will be mailed FREE to all
shoots with a short gun, which has been
ost every bouse 1 visit. Mr
applicants, and to last season’s cus
Lying scattered about to the north of
profit ¡»often ns much, s $20
tomers. It is belter than ever. Ev
tor a single day’s work.'
discussion. If you advertise at all, most heroically during the thickest of from week to week, and passed the in dium height, of rather fair complexion made expressly for him, and which he Dayton are many fine farms owned by
ery person using Garden, Flower
< >t Iters are doing quite as well
have not s;utce to give cx-
or Field SEEDS should send for it.
tervals in prison, he always came into and pleasant countenance. Her hair, holds and aims like a pistol. He cannot them. At present most of the farms are
Printers’ Ink can hep you. Per the fusilade.
.‘ts from iheir letters. Every
D. M. FERRY ACO.
one who takes bold ofthifl grand > burine»»
court with his hat and gloves. He is originally black, was bleached to a red use a rifle at all.
haps you expend but Ten Dollars a
in the hands of tenants, for, however
D ETRO IT, MICH.
Shall we start YOU in
reader? Write to us and learn all abmi-it for yourself. We
year in advertising; if so, Printers’ defenseless women and children were short, rosy faced and of medium height, dish brown by exposure to the elements.
near the gypsy may be to the primeval
are starting many; we will start you if you don t delay until
another gets ahead of you in y out |>art «if the c-oiintrv If you
Ink may show you how to obtain exposed, with himself and the other men and he looked like an everyday middle She was about fifty-two years of age.
man, he has not yet developed a strong
take hold you will be able to pkk tip gold fast. ffijy-jCead—
Ou account of a forced manufacturer's sale 12.*>,<>OO ten
double the service you are now get he threw all idea of discretion and safety class Englishman.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorfa,
liking for the primeval ocenpation«.
During the voyage to the mainland
dollar I*h<>togr:i|»ii Albuinn ><re to I h - sold to the
people for $2 each. Bound in lloyal Crimson Silk Velvet
He answered questions in a quiet, un heavy seas were encountered, at which
ting for half the money. A yearly to the wind.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
The traveling and camping parties are
Blush. Charmingly decorated insides. Handsomest albums in th 5
world. Largest Sue. Greatest bargains ever known. Agents
subscription costs but $1; a sample Without a moment’s hesitation he tore concerned manner, never growing an the woman became frightened, and fac- When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, the most interesting and picturesque fea
wanted. Liberal terms. Big money tor agents. Anv one can
<Aol«i W at 'bl lllaKiBB
become a successful agent. Sells itself on sight—little or no
Worth «1 00.00. Best
copy costs but five cents. Advertis a white apron from one of the women, gry or.excited. When the various im ' ing the sun knelt down and uttered a When she had Children she gave them Castoria ture of gipsy life. These usually con
talking necessary. Wherever shown, every ouc wants to pur
jtch in the world Perlee»
chase. Agents take thousands of orders with rapidity never
timekeeper. Warranted heavy,
ing is an art practiced by many but and waving it over his head rushed to plements of burglary were held up to ; prayer. On reaching Santa Barbara one
before known. Great profit« await every worker. Agent-are
sist of a single family, the term family
“'ID gold hunting caeea.
_. Ii ladies' and gent's aitea,
can do at well as anyone. Yuli informat:«»i uu.l terms free,
the balcony outside of the house and im view he smiled sweetly.
meaning the whole blood connection. It
with works »nd case» of
to those who write for same, with particulars and terms for our
Tual value. O ne fir . son in
f amily Bibles, Books and Periodicals. After you Itmov al),
ors of Printers’ Ink understand it plored the brutes to stop shooting, for The case ended in Porter’s discharge riding horseback, tor which she exhibit
rb tDcality can secure one
may comprise one or a dozen wagons,
should you conclude to go no further, w hy no harm is done
free, together with our large
Address E. C. ALLEN 1
because he was a British subject, and ed much veneration. But her wonder
thoroughly. Surely their advice, God’s sake.
and valuable lineof Household
from three or four to nearly half a
ample*. These samples, as well I
based on an experience of more than “We are ready to follow you,” he the British government doesnot extra knew no bounds when the rider dis Ferry, is to be removed to make hundred people, They make long or
watch, arc free. All the work you ;
•eed do is to show what « e »end yon to those who cell—your
flfl VFRTICFR^ of ©there,who wish to examin- 25 years will help you. Address:
cried, “if you will only spare the UO- dite ts own subjects for burglary. Por- mounted, as she supposed the horse and
Mends end neighbru • and those about vou-that always result,
journeys, as directed by the ring,
RUICn I Ivbllv tn.s paper, or obtain c$t:mat»s
in valuable trade for w*. which hold, for years wbeDo.ce .taped,
room for a railroad. It is probable short
armed—the women and the children.' I* Iter was born in Canada. The jeweler i rider were one animal.
GEO P. ROWELL’S
«nd thus we are repaid. We pay all exprew, freight, etc. After ; on advertising space when in Chicago, will find it on filo at
stopping at each place as long as the
you knew all. If you would like to go to work tor m.^ou can ■
m A to Seo per week end upwards. Addrese.
45 to 49 Randolph St., I Ann 9 TUflillC
This appeal for mercy and the white got bis stock back, which was lucky for
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
Several of the oldest Indians on the that the fort will be placed on ex state of the hcree and palmistry trade
the Advertising Agency of LORD ttTMOMAdi
10 Spruce St.. New York flag that lie held aloft only sealed him.
‘ coast were brought to see the woman. hibition.
Office in Fletcher building, Third Street,
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
B ooks , stationery
Musical Goods and Instrnmeuts
of all Kinds.
The St. Charles Hotel.
MONEY TO LOAN
Improved Farm Property
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
Red Front Grocery E
Edwards & Derby,
J. B. ROHR,
Honse. Sign, and Ornamental Painter The Royal Route
TRUCK AND DRAY CO