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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1890)
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OF THE MARRIAGE OF THE
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WILL BE CELEBRATED
By iutiiny n MAMMOTH EXTRA devoted
entirely to MeMinnrille. Look for it.
A NEWS MEDIUM
THAT is ONE OF THE REASONS WHY THF.
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E8T<TRCFRATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUB
I.ISHED IN YAMHILL COUNTY
Circulation Guaranteed Greater Than That of Any Other Paper Published in Yamhill County.
Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday . F ebruary 6, i89o.
VOL. II. NO. 1.
PASSPORTS ARE NEEDED.
FROM THE NUDE.
LINCOLN AND STANTON.
what is kuown as the English roll, a
OUR WINNING JOCKEYS.
bodily motion which is of great assist
In Russia it is Impossible to Eat
Pen Pictures of Nine of the
ance to a distressed horse. As a finished At tlie Wai- Department tlie A Peep into the St tulio of a Chi
or Sleep Without Them.
Crack Riders of America.
cago Art Class.
rider be has no superior, his seat in the
Night After the Election
L aw .
| All kinds of Plumbing Supplies j can be
------ and I am ready
found at my shop,
do all kinds of work in CO1
Office in Fletcher building, Third Street,
tion with the city water works.
Satisfaction guaranteed. .Shop op
posite the City Stables
P. D. GLENN
Passports are a matter of the first im
“They are both Connecticut Yanks,” saddle being perfection. He sits more
On a platform raised about three feet portance to the traveler a lio intends to
said Mike Dwyer, in speaking of the two erect than the majority of jockeys, and
above the level of the floor stood what go to Russia. The passport becomes
great American jockeys, McLaughlin and does not climb over his horse’s ears. He
In the Century Magazine Messrs. Hay appeared at the first glance to be a mag
Garrison. “That accounts for their quick sits his horse very high and light. He and Nicolay narrate their idea of what nificent model of a woman in wax. One more needful than money. Not because
wits and shrewd tactics. But the best has long thighs for a man of his size and happened at the war department on the hand rested lightly on a tabic, tlie other people are halteil on the street to show
K. E. GOUCHER.
.1. F. CALBBEATH.
jockey in this country is Jimmy Mc this gives him great purchase. He keeps evening after the second election of on her hip. The figure was of robust their passjiort, as is currently supposed,
his hands low down and well back, and President Lincoln in 18G4. As they were build and beautifully proportioned, while nor because the police line the streets
Sample rooms in connection.
Galbreath & Goucher,
McLaughlin had just ridden one of the has, as the saying is his mouth’s head in not present their report must be a matter the pose was graceful, easy ami as immo and arc waiting for strangers at every
PHYSICIANS ANO SURGEONS,
Dwyer horses to victory, and Mike Dwy bis iap. He is cool and collected during of hearsay. I do not know that any of vably maintained as that of a statue. A corner, but because it is impossible to
Is now fitted up in first class order.
er, the heaviest better on the American a race, and so dexterous with his whip the particulars they relate are deficient faint wave of color mantling the cheek get either in or out of Russia, or to get
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turf,.had added fifty- thousand dollars to that he changes it from one hand to the in accuracy, though I can testify that, was the only thing which warned the re food and lodging when one is there, with
Accommodations as good as can be
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
found in the city.
his bank account. Dwyer is as a rule, other with great rapidity and without while I was there at that time, 1 did not porter that this was no triumph of the out it. The |<olice on the streets know
very well that strangers have their | muis -
taciturn, and be was only led to depart letting go of his horse’s head. He rides observe them.
8. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
wax worker,s art, but in reality a living ports or they would not be there.
s, A. YOUNG, M. D.
from his usual custom of not saying with patience and his finishes arc the
I was not usually on duty at the war woman, clad ill nothing beyond blushes
First of all it is difficult to buy tickets
much because the excitement was very most brilliant of any rider. He is a department at night, but Mr. Stanton and her native modesty.
Physician & Surgeon,
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
to Russia without showing a passport
great, but be was right. Friends and splendid judge of pace.
had directed me to come over that eve
As the Journal man made a tour of the vised bv the Russian consul at tlie start
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enemies alike admit that Jimmy Mc
A GLIMPSE OF B1LI.V DONOHUE.
ning, and I arrived prettv early, say at 8 easels and diffidently compared the diff
ing poiut, By the steamship lines, no
Laughlin is the champion jockey o*
Office and residence on I) street. All
W. Donohue is one of the richest jock o’clock or half hast 8. The excitement erent studies with the original, not a
passenger comes on board the boat with
calls promptly answered day or night.
eys in this country. He was born in of the struggle bad been intenso. In all word was spoken, and the work went on
out the Russian consul’s written permis
He is known to all patrons of the turf, Montreal in 1854, and comes of a racing my experience I have never witnessed
as unconcernedly as if the living model sion, and by the railways, while the
any other election that hail so much pol had been nothing more than one of the greater hurry at the ticket offices makes
DR. J. C. MICHAUX
ionally read the racing news know who with Dick Shea, and joined the stable of itics in it. All the resources of partisan
plaster casts from which tl.e young wo it possible to buy tickets without show
Portland anti San Francisco,
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More this silk of the turf is, and how he looks the late Milton II. Sanford. Donohue’s science, backed by the immense power men in the antique class were working. ing any documents, no visitor arrives at
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
economical than the ordina y kinds, and in the saddle.
first mount was at Jerome Park, October of the vast and widespread expenditures As for the model herself, after one fur
cannot be sold in competition with multi
the frontier without earnestly wishing he
McLaughlin, or Jimmie, as his friends 10, 1871, when at 97 pounds he rode In- of the war department, then about a
California Express Trains Run Daily
tude of low test, Bhort weight alum or phos-
tive glance at the stranger, she again had one. At the frontier stations on the
million a day, had been employed by the fixed her eyes on a point high above the lines from Berlin and Vienna the care
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
akino P owdkb Co , 106 Wall St., N. Y. age, having been born at Hartford,Conn. Stakes, one mile. Alarm led most of the
astute and relentless statesman at the heads of the students and devoted all and zeal of the police is extraordinary.
Feb. 22, 1861. When about fifteen years way, but Billy, on Inverary, caught him head of the war office; and he did it with her energies to the extremely difficult
old he became attached to the stables of and won by a head. Billy was quite a a pertinacity and skill that never have task of standing perfectly still. This re The German trains are turned around,
4.00 p in SanFrancisco 7.45pm
held in waiting until the examination is
San Fran. 7:00 p ml Portland
W. C. Daly, and soon afterwards rode in little fellow then, but he rode a great been surpassed. Of course no step had
lieved the newspaper man from his nat
Local Passenger Daily, except Sunday.
races at the county fairs. He rode on a race. His seat is not so high as Me. been taken without the knowledge and ural embarrassment, and he was able to through, and then steam hack to Ger
regular race course first at Baltimore in Laughlin’s, He sits well forward and consent of Mr. Lincoln, himself a politi critically examine the various sketches. many again with )>eople on whom the
Portia.id. . 8:05 a nr Eugene.
Russian doors are shut. Some of these
Eugene. . 9:00 a m)Portland . 3:45 p m
1876. In 1877 he rode at Jerome Park keeps his hands well down, and when cian of a very fertile and superior order;
The human figure is one of the most
and Saratoga, and won on Ladv Saylors, left to his discretion he tides a waiting but the engineer whose hand was never difficult things to draw, and perhaps for unfortunates are Jews, some j»ersons
whose appearance does not please the
owned by Col. McDaniels, on October 13. race. He is self-willed and obstinate taken off the machine, and whose pur
this reason the sketches were not nearly police, some have suspicioUH baggage;
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
pose never relaxed its high-pressure en bo uniformly good as the work had been but the large majority have forgotten to
For accommodation of Second Class Pas Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
loting Rhadamanthus to victory at Sar carefully. He will never take any risks ergy, was Mr. Stanton • and his ardent
order In Oak, Ash or any Wood
sengers attached to express trains.
in tlie other rooms. At the same lime
The S P. Company’s Ferry makes con
atoga. Since then he has been the Na with a valuable horse, nut in a fighting and exciteable nature was kept at fever some of them were vigorous, accurate have their passports vised, or forgotten
nection with all the regular trains on the
them altogether. On the steamers, of
finish he may be depended upon to get heat to the very last moment of the con and effective, and one study in oil was a
East Side Division from foot of F street
FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY I
course, there is no frontier station, and
When McLaughlin began to ride he all there is out of his mount. He is small test and afterward.
particularly strong piece of work. A it is to save the trouble and expense of
WEST SIDE DIVISION
weighed only seventy pounds; now he of stature, light boned, and well able to
The president, apparently' as serene as strange fact noticed was that no matter
Between Portland and Corvallis.
In building formerly occupied by Me
keeping susjiects a few days at St. Pe
Orders taken for all kinds of work and has hard work to reduce himself in order ride for many years, although like many a summer morning, was in Mr. Stanton’s how slight an amount of work had been
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
Minnville News Co
tersburg and carrying them back again
large private room, and no one was with put on the face, and notwithstanding the
Portland . 7:30 a m McMinn’ 10 : 13 a in and see specimens of furniture,
less the scale of weight is raised, he will excessive wasting. He can now ride at him except the secretary and General whole figure had lieen sketched in every that the companies enforce the law at
McMinn' 10:13 a m Corvallis .12 :25 p m
the other end of the line. They see that
about 105 pounds.
Do not buy without first seeing tlie furni rarely be seen in the saddle.
Eckert, who came continually with tele case, thus reducing the head to a small everything is all right before the boat
14 p 111
:30 p r m
McLaughlin’s seat is not an artistic-
3:44 p ni Portland . il :20 p in ture munufact-.ired here in your own state
“ the colored archer .”
grams. The result of the voting was of size, every student had caught a likeness
At Albany and Corvallis connect with and county
one—it is constrained, doubled up, so to
Isaac Murphy, who rides for Lucky such a decisive character that the news of one of tlie most entirely unattractive gets under way, and on this account
trains of Oregon Pacific.
speak, lie takes a big wrap and rides Baldwin, is one of the best riders on the arrived much earlier than had been ex faces it was ever the reporter’s lot to they arc probably the best way for care
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
with very short reins, and sits forward turf. He is the greatest colored jockey pected, and when I went in I learned look at. Apart from a magnificent head less people to try to start to Russia.
Prices Consistent with Good Work.
Tl.e traveller visits the Russian consul
in some cases almost on the horse's neck. living, and has beon called the “Colored both from the president and the secre of blonde hair there was nothing even
8.00 P m
Portland. 4:50 pm
first, then the ticket office, then, as lie
9:00 a in
tary that the question seemed already to interesting in the dull, cold features.
On Short or Long Time in Sums to suit.
goes on board, gives his passport to the
Through tickets to ail points South and
Lowest Rates and no Commissions.
probably the best rider of two-year-old the “Black Englishman.” He was born be substantially settled. Each dispatch
East via California
The model was evidently quite used to captain, who holds it until the Russian
Ticket offices. No 134, corner First and
posing, the students treated the matter
Alder streets, Portland, Oregon; corner
He claims that a foot of ground gained employment of Capt. J. T. Williams. the apparent certainty, and by about 9 as one entirely of business, and after the official takes his preliminary look at the
.’all on or address:
at the start is equal to a dozen at the His first mount was on Lady Greenfield, o’clock there was no longer any doubt. first uncomfortable embarrassment had passengers at Cronstadt. At the pier in
You will find the most complete
E. P. ROGERS.
finish when the horse is tiring. He is a and his first win with Spring Branch, in But without waiting for that hour, Mr. passed away, even the reporter forgot St. Petersburg the passports are taken to
Asst. G F. <fc P Agt
W. T. SHURTLEFF,
the police bureau, which seems to be a
very hard rider, and the expression on the Blue Glass Stakes, carrying ninety- Lincoln drew from his breast a thin yel
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
the entirely unconventional presence,
Crockery and Glassware. Stand
At J. I. Knight «t Co.’s McMinnvilc, Or.
I;s face when the finish is a desperate one pounds. He has won on many of low covered pamphlet. “Dana,” Baid ar.d made his notes with even more sang part of every pier. The baggage is ex
and Library Lamps
amined, and then the passengers pass
one ¡ b a picture. He has hard work to the famous horses of the time, Now he he to me, “have you ever read anything
froid than had lieen the case in some of through the bureau und get their |>aM-
Ever Brought to the City.
reduce to riding weight. Ilis favorite rides for Lucky Baldwin and receives of Petroleum V. Nasby?" pronouncing
the other class rooms,— Journal.
ports again. At the hotel there ia an
Fine Teas and Coffes a special
method is by Turkish baths and taking $10,000 a year for his services. Murphy Nasby as though the first sy llable were
ly; Roast Coffee ground tree of
passport bureau. Passports are
If so be sure and call for your tickets
,is married, and during the racing season spelled with the letter e. “No, sir,” An Instance of Fellow-Feeling’.
charge. Goods delivered tree to
given up to the police, and then the ho
ony part of the city.
weight in the winter is about 140 pounds, his wife travels all over the country with said I, “not much; but I know he writes
Has the most complete stock of harness
lie frequently has to reduce 10 pounds in him. He lias a farm in Kentucky, where from the Confederate Cross Roads and
Mr. C. I’. Huntington expressed great tel proprietor, who seems to lie in some
in the county. At present 12 set of sin
J. H HENDERSON, Prop.
gle harness, hand made, in prices
one day. His salary from the Dwyer he lives in the winter. He is an excel prints his things in the Toledo Blade.”
satisfaction at the election of Calvin S. measure responsible for his guests, per
mits them to register. The passports go
ranging from $12 to $30, and 8
JESSE EDWARDS. Brothers is $10,000 a year, and by accept lent specimen of manhood, strong, mus
“Yes,” said Mr. Lincoln, “that’s so, Brice to the United States senate. Mr.
set of team harness as cheap
ing mounts he makes about $5.000 a year cular and as graceful as au Apollo. He but that is not the whole. Pull up your Huntington is supposed to lx* * republi to the ]>olice headquarters, and are re
more. He saves his money and is one sits on his horse with ease, and there is chair and listen.” I drew up to him can, but his broad views are not hedged turned in a day or two in case tlie police
AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY
the richest jockeys in the country. All little flourish to his finish. He is a and he began to read aloud to me only, in by partisan lines, as has been shown are satisfied; if not, they semi for the
Can 1 h ‘ seen on the hooks in my shop.
Proprietors of The McMinnville
he knows of riding he learned by exper great favorite, owing to his polite, inod- and not to Stanton, one after another of by his investment of $600,000 in an al visitor, put him through a cioss examin
I have lompetent workmen employed
to <1o all kinds of repairing and to make
ience. He is self made. His success e*.t and engaging manners, and his repu Petroleum’s funny hits, and between leged democratic organ, and less sums in ation, and permit him to stay or not, as
any harness ordereii. I also keep a full
has not exalted him. He is quiet, mod tation is above reproach. He now ridjs each of them we had a quiet little laugh certain professed democratic statesmen, they are impressed with his story and
stock of oil ami rubber robes, lap robes,
horse covers, saddles, etc. A full line of
est and polite, and has the confidence of at 112 pounds.
all to ourselves. But the lion head of the as set forth in the Huntington-Colton
extras for repairs constantly on hand.
Situated at the Southwest corner of the his employers and the public.
At any town in Russia the same for
“DAREDEVrL FtTz” IN THE SADDLE.
secretary showed plainly that he had no
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
“SNAPTER” garrison ’ s antics .
W. J. Fitzpatrick was born at Mt. sympathy with this amusement: in fact, that his plea for a free gift of the Central malities with regard to tlie hotels must
First-Class Drain Tile
Edward Garrison stands next on the Holly, N. J. He first learned to ride at his face wore its darkest and sternest ex Pacific debt to himself and partners will be observed, and to get out of the country
It is positively the shortest and fin S3t
line to Chicago and the east and south and kept constantly on hand at lowest living list to McLaughliD. He was trained in Mr. Lorillard’s stable, Rancocas. His
again permission must be obtained iron,
pression. However, the reading went strike an answering chord in the breast
the only s eeping and dining car through prices
the police at the town where the pass
EDWARDS <t DERBY,
on, occasionally broken by General Eck
McMiinville, Oregon as odd a rider as it is possible to find.
ports are last handed in. Then the
Jerome Park, when he rode Pique second ert’s entrance with another telegram, to
Omaha, Kansas City, and all Missouri
He sits doubled up on liis liorsc, holds to Simoon. Fitz is one of the most bril which Mr. Lincoln paid no very serious lines where their own interests are con steamboats and railroads repeat their
The Only Sign Writer in the County.
TRIPLETT & BOND. the reins short, and appears to be on the liant riders in the profession. He is attention, and he quickly turned back to cerned may suggest to the people the precautions, the |>olice go with the boat
Proprietors of the
horse’s neck most of the time. He is strong, quick-witted and totally indiffer the reading every time. In this way he propriety of doing the same thing on as far as ( ronstadt or Helsingtord, to
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed
Homes fitted ip in the Neatest and Most train
service and elegant dining and
take back any one who has not been per
not so good a starter as McLaughlin, and ent to danger. He takes chances any read paragraphs and even pages of Nas their own behalf.
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the
mitted to leave, and the officers wait at
Designs furnished for Decorations.
by, until finally a dispatch was brought j
A Deer Blockade,
the frontier to detain any one who has
The neatest place in the city Animals In the stretch is where his ability is rides for Montana-Miner Morrissey.
in of a more important nature, and he I
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Fur
carefully selected for killing—insuring the
neglected the same formalities. The po
BLAYLOCK AND M’cARTHY.
nishing a Specialty
Poultry, etc , bought and shown. He seems to be able to get more
laid the pamphlet down to attend to it.
There is a deer blockade in the moun lice must open the trap before the victim
Harry Blaylock was born in Hamilton,
Work taken by Contract orbv the Day. Ex
While he was thus engaged, Mr. Stan
perienced men employed.
any other rider. If the finish is a close Canada, in 1856. He joined Charley ton motioned to me to come with liim tains. This is not intended for a pun, so ’ can get out.
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it
Third Street, McMinnville. Oregon.
one he commences w hat is termed his Boyle’s stables when very vouHg, but into General Eckert’s room, and when there is no laugh coming. Re|>orts are Ages of European SovereigM,
Our motto is "always on time ”
Notice to Taypayers.
climbing act. He seems to raise him did not ride in a race until the Washing the door was shut he broke out in a fury : to the effect that herds of deer are block
aded in the breaks of Meachem creek by
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets
The new issue of the Ahnanach de
via this celebrated route and take none of Yamhill county. Oregon, for the year self in his saddle and take most of his ton meeting in 1876. Then he won a ' “----------- it to------- ,” said he, “was the deep snow which fills the gulches and
M c M innville national bank . others.
I Gotha gives an interesting table showing
TV II MEAD, G. A
three-quarter mile dash on Inspiration, there ever such nonsense, was there ever
1889, are now in my hands for the collection
canyons to the depth of five and six feet. tlie ages of the several reigning sover
No. 4 Washington street, Portland. Or
of taxes, and that myself, or deputy, will climbs in some way on the horse’s neck, and a race of mile heats on Bill Bruce. such inability to appreciate what is going
Corner Third and C streets, in Bralv block.
The drifts make it difficult for the deer to
visit the various precincts of said county The style is a very ugly one, but appears
He won two other races on Inspiration on in an awful crisis? Here is the late of travel and the mountaineers are having eigns of Europe and the duration of their
as follows, between the hours of 10 o’clock
reign. Omitting the small German states,
a m. ar.d 4 o’clock n. m. for the purpose to be successful.
at the same meeting. In 1879 he rode 1 this whole republic at stake, and here is
tfe have the Exclusive Control of
of collecting said ta\:
Garrison was born in New Haven, for any one and every one, and captured the man around whom it all centers, on rare sport slaying the beleagured animals we find that the oldest among reigning
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Wheatland, Monday, January 27,1890.
Conn., in 1867, and also learned to ride the Home-bred Stakes on Nancy for Mr. whom it al! depends, turning aside from
princes is Leo XII., who is 79,years
Dayton, Tuesday, January 28.
President......................... J. W. COWLS
venison garnish the board of many a old, and has reigned nearly twelve years.
Lafavette. Wednesday, January 29
in W. C. Daly’s stables. His first mount Withers.
this momentous, this incomparable issue,
Vice President.......... LEE LAUGHLIN
Dundee, Thursday. January 30.
was on Belle of the North, on June 29, is a bard rider and never knows he is 1 to read the----------- trash of a silly mountain home. Many an ambitious Next comes William III., king of the
Newberg, Friday, January 31.
CaaMar..................... I. L. STRATTON
nimrod, who would ignominiously fail in Netherlands, 72$^ years old, having
West Cbehalem, Saturday. February 1.
1882, at Brighton Beach. His first win beaten until the post is passed.
stalking the shy and wary deer in an reigned forty years; next Christian IX.,
North Yamhill, Monday, February 3.
Sells sight exchange and telegraphic
Carlton, Tuesday, February 4.
This fiery speech of the enraged secre
transfers on Portland, San Franconnd New
on August 9, 1882. In 1883 he was in tion by w inning the Brooklyn handicap tary was interrupted by General Eckert, open forest with no favors, call cover king of Denmark, 71^ years old, with
Bellevue, Wednesday, February 5.
great form, and became the champion Iasi year with Dry Monopole, and break who had another telegram, which he himself with gore and glory by chasing twenty-six years of reign; then Queen
Collections made on all accessible points.
Sheridan, Friday, February 7.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
of Brighton Beach; his best race that the record for a mile and a quarter. He showed to him, and with which we all and shooting the deer so plentiful along I Victoria, 70,’i years old, with fifty-two
Amity, Saturday. February 8.
the canyons on the babbling Meachem, I
Office hours front 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
North and South McMinnville, Monday year was when he won the Great East was born in New Haven, Conn., in 1866.
went back into Mr. Stanton’s own office, now. A good, old fashioned chinook, ¡years of reign; Karl I., of Wurtcmberg,
and Tuesday. February 10 and 11
All persons arc notified to be present at
in order that the president himself might however, will soon set the captives free, 66a3 vears old, with twentv-flye years of
said appointments and settle their taxes, or now the leading jockey of the great Hag- father having raced horses in England
reign ; Frederick
and duke of Baden,
M c M innville
nay the same to me at my office, within 30
and spoil the hunter's sport.— Pendleton (Kt years old, with thirty-eight years of
days from the dates above mentioned. If
Hardly liad he begun to read it, how
not paid bv the expiration of 30 days, costs i 000 per year for his services. Last year country. His first race was at New Ha ever, when a new occasion of irritation Eant Oregonian.
reign ; Albert, king of Saxony, (11 years
with sixteen years of reign; Oscar,
CARLIN it HIGH. Proprietors
■ Revised Statutes—pay your taxes or costs
Ant, don’t have to offer a prize to sell this
Goods of all descriptions moved and care
been very successful with his horses this section at Jerome Park in 1879. and banded it to the president, who said ington to get Secretary Rusk into a game II., king oi Sweden, 60*4 years old, with
will be made.
Gocdh. for Its the BEST MADE. Every Can holds
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will
T J HARRIS, Sheriff.
He has a boyish expression, and talks a Andy is a slight, fair haired boy. He is at once, as he passed the card over to the of poker. The rumor has gone forth that seventeen years of reign ; Francis Joseph
be made monthly Hauling of a l kinds
CNE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
great deal more than is usually wise. He tall and wiry. He sits on his horse well, secretary, “Show him in.” Stanton read he plavs a very stiff game, but no one as of Austria, 59 years old, having reigned
married the daughter of Judge McMa and when the finish is close he manages it, and, turning to me, said in a low yet has had a chance to verify it. He forty-one years; I«eopold II., king ol the
hon, of Gravesend, L. I., and lives at 89 often by desperate riding to just squeeze voice: “God in heaven.it is Whitelaw persistently refuses to touch cards, dice Belgians, 24'2 vears old, having reigned
MC. MINNVILLE, ORE.
Sixth avenue, Brooklyn, where he enter home. He is one of the best lightweights Reid.” I understood the point to this or the wine-bottle, and is determined to twenty-four years; Ixruis, grand duke of
IN THE COOK HOUSE.
tains his friends in great style. His and rides at 105 pounds.
explosion at once. Mr. Reid, who was resist temptation so long as lie is a cabi Hees, 52 years old, with twelve of reign ;
A Journal for Adevrtlsers.
TONY HAMILTON’S FINISHES.
courage and nerve are tremendous. He
Charles, king of Roumania, 501, years
Stocked with the Choicest Wines, I,iq-
then the correspondent to the Cincinnatti net officer.
ors and Cigars—Domestic and Imported.
old, with a re'gn of, twenty-three and
PRINTERS’ INK is just what it does not know what fear is, no matter Anthony Hamilton, Mr. Haggin’s jock Gazette, and a great friend of Secretary
TTKe Best Ear izi tire City
purports to be, “a journal for adver how large the field or how sharp the ey, is a good one. In personal appear Chase in Washington, was not liked by Chas. Villiers is now the oldest mem two-third years, since the beginning of
WM. MARTIN. Proprietor.
tisers.” It is issued on the 1st and turns aie. His friends have dubbed ance he is neither prepossessing nor at the secretary of war. This dislike had ber of the English house of commons. government; Nicholas, prince of Mon
tractive. He is a pure type of the South gone so far that the doorkeepers in the He is eighty-seven years old and has sat tenegro, 48 years old, with a reign of
15th days of each month, and is the him “Snapper” Garrison.
W. J. El-
ern negro of to-day, thick-set, under war department had received directions continuously for Wolverhampton since twenty-nine years; Abdul Hamid, the
THE RIDER OF THE BARD.
representativo journal—the trade
William Hayward is probably the old sized, and with a skin of the blackest that Mr. Reid was not to lie admitted. 1835. He was associated with Cobden sultan, 47 years old, with thirteen years
vMt. My journal, so to speak—of American
•ften n- nitt< ha«
i i n tr I e day's work."
advertisers. It tells the intending est jockey on the turf. He was born in hue. In speech he is reserved even to But when he sent his card to the presi and Bright in the reform agitation. O' of reign ; Humbert I., king of Italy, 45l2
redoing quite a» well
Gorman, Mahon and Gladstone entered years old. with a reign of nearly twelve
•t »pa< v to give cx-
inexperienced advertiser in England 1844, and was a prominent rider sullenness, almost invariably giving dent they could not refuse it.
ili h letter». Every
ho tikes liu <1 of tliia grand iHisi.o.-»» t in-» up grand pro tits
plain comprehensive articles how in that country- before he came here. In none but monosyllabic answers to ques Mr. Reid came in and was greeted by the house before Villiers, but there have years; Alexander III., Russia, 44’1 years
Shall we start YOi in Jhis business,
old, with a reign of eight an«l three-fourth
when and where to advertise; how 1866 the late M. H. Sanford, who was tions asked of him. It is on a horse’s back Mr. Lincoln, but not by the secretary. been breaks in their service.
reader? Write toua and leatn all alxtut it For yourself Wo
err starting many; we will »tart you it you don t delay nntil
years; George, king of Greece, 44 years
forming a racing stable, made a trip to and in a driving finish that Hamilton His purpose was merely to obtain from
another guts ahead of you in vout part of ihecunntrv If yon
take hold you will be able to pi« k up gold fast 02"
England and secured the services of shows to advantage. There only his headquarters and from the highest au
The people of the new republic of Bra old, with a reign of twenty-six and one-
fin »« count of a forced nianui'K-ruri r . anle 1 ti.'a.OOO (<*n
dollatr Photograph Albaamn are to be »old to the
prop]« for Si'd each. Bound in Koval Crimson Silk Velvet
other media to use; how much to Hayward as jockey. He made his first painstaking and powerful methods of de thority the assurance that the election zil seem to have confidence in them half years; Otho, king of Bavaria, 41*^
l*)u»h. Charmingly decorated insides. Handsomest albums ill ths
world. Largest Mie. Greatest bargains ever known. Agent,
expend—in fact discourccs on ev appearance in this country in the saddle veloping avery particle of speed are ap liad certainly gone in favor of Lincoln ; selves. They subscribed the stock of a j years old; William II., German emperor,
wanted. Liberal term*. Big money for agent.«. Any one can
become a •uccrs»ftil agent. Sella itself on sight—lit* 1«? or no
ery point that admits of profitable at Jerome Park in the spring of 1877, parent. He is fond of fine finishes, and and after expressions of thanks and con $100,000,000 bank, to be known as the : nearly 31 years old, with one and one-
Wherever shown, every one wants to pur
chase. Agents take thousands of orders with rapidity tievrt
discussion. If you advertise at all, when he rode Dot, but failed to win- has often lost a good race through mak gratulations he withdrew. Just then National Bank of the United States of t half years of reign ; Carlos I., of Portugal,
before known. Great profits an ait every worker. Agents arv
making fortune«. Ladiesmuke as much ns men. You, reader,
Printers’ Ink can hep you. Per Two days later he won the Hotel Stakes, ing it too fine. He made his debut in Judge David K. Carter came in with two Brazil, in four hours. The people of the 26 years old, twi months of reign ; Alex
can do as well as anyone. Yuli information and terms frvr, I
to those who write for same, with particular« and terms f. rout
haps you expend but Ten Dollars a three miles, with Loadstone. In 1876 South Carolina; from there he drifted or three other gentlemen, among them world will not be afraid to trust a people ander I., of Servia, I."1«« vears old, nine
Family Bibles, Books and Periodicals. After you kn«-w all,
should you con Juda to go no further, n hv no harm is done
months of reign; Alfonso XIII., of Spain
in advertising; if so, Printers’ Hayward joined Mr. August Belmont’s north and entered Billy Blakeland’s ser Mr. Fox of the navy department, and who trust themselves.
Address E. C. ALLEN & (X-. Al’GtSTA. MAINE.
j 3*i years old, with three and one halt
Ink may show you how to obtain stable. On the retirement of the maroon vices at Brighton Beach. He soon made the reading of Petroleum V. Nasby from
double the service you are now get and scarlet he rode for Mr. Lorillard, and his mark with the black and white, and the Confederate Cross Roads was not re Speaker Reid and the average school years of reign.
boy have something in common, They
ting for half the money. A yearly for Appleby A Johnson. This year he is became known as the Brighton Beach sumed.
The two principal prizes in landscapes
don’t care much about rules.
subscription costs but $1; a sample
These incidents of a memorable liistor-
given to the R A'al Academy students
’«¿olii Uat.bi nLLc
| copy costs but five cents. Advertis- piloted the Bard to victory in all her gin engaged him at a salary of $3,000 a ! ical event are not recorded in any annals
'HIUO Í m J. Brâtÿ'tf
and he joined the western division
have been taken by women, and a third
|ywat< h in the world Perfect
! ing is an art practiced by many but races. His height is 5 feet 4i2 inches, year,
timekeeper Warranted heavy,
of that powerful stable. He has ridden | of the time that I have seen; and yet
student carried off a prize of £50
¿\S6LID OOLD hunting cnees.
i understood by few. The conduct-
■ IBo'h ladies and rent s sixes.
some good races, and beaten many of the they appear to be interesting enough not
for a decorative design in water color.
FÆwith works end cases of
; ors of Printers’ Ink understand it When not racing he weighs about 130 crack jockeys, although he has onlv | to be forgotten.— Charlee J. Dana.
Roquai value. ONE PERSON in
When Baby was sick, r« gave her Castorta,
_^es< b t 'c toty can secure one
The work of the male students was still
thoroughly. Surely their advice, pounds. He manages to keep his weight been riding a few years. He likes to I
When she was a Child, she cried tor Castoria,
’and nnluab’o neofHoutehold
based on an experience of more than
Ì^HlunpIr*. ‘basa «amples, as well
McLaughlin and others.—A’. K. Sfail '
I 25 vears will help you. Address:
aTthe watch, are free. All the work you
handsome fellow with bright blue eyes, a
Children Cry for
When she had Children. she gave 11 en < 'asloria
Children Cry for
friends ana neignoooanu -uo^>
complexion bronzed by exposure, and
GEO PJ ROWELL S
In valuable trade for os, which holds for veers when once started,
and thus wo are repaid. We pay all express. freight, etc. After
wears a medium sized drooping mous
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
you know all. If you would like to go to work for us. you can
earn from S2O to SCO per week and upwards. Address.
10 Spruce St., New York, tache. He introduced into this cotinlrv
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