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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1890)
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER heavy standard gauge trains between
Russia, now has a population greater
THE WHITE SQUADRON.
AN OLD WAR-HORSE
Boston and New York, using three en ••The Crowing of Yankee News- than that of the United States. The
M c M ixnvii . i . h ,
census of 1887 found a population in C<»manche is One of tlie Two
O regon .
gines, including the amount used in
Papers Over Four or Five
Russia of 111,354,649. The census of:
Survivors of tlie Custer
11, 1890 ceeds twenty tons. A saving of from
1881 showed a population in Great
New York papers that are read in Britain of 35,246,603. It is now esti Col. Keogh's fatuous war-horse, Com
ten to twenty fold is affected when the
I train is proportionately lightened. The every country on earth contain about mated to be equal to 38,000,000. It fol anche, and a new Crow Indian were
FIVE MILES A MINI TE.
three times a week two or more col lows that the majority of English sjieak- all that escaped from the awfully un
The Wonderful Bicycle Hallway actual results are that 190 pounds of umns of matter about the while squad
ing people are in the United States; equal battle of the Little Big Horn, I
That is to Revolutionize
: friction with the bicycle train in round- ron, says the New York San. Com- and it follows with reasonable certainty generally called “the massacre of the
j ing curves, as there is no lateral motion, I pare this with what is said about the that this majority will be greater for! Rosebud,” where the gallant Custer
The Boynton Bicycle Railway system | so that the wear and tear is reduced I fleets of other navies by the newspapers every decade included in the next half- and
his — famous troopers went .............
to their I
of their respective countries, and one century. For ninety years the average death with colors flying and sabres
is just now receiving the careful con ' one tenth.
sideration of the several elevated rail “As the bicycle road makes a a stand-
ratio of growth by decades has exceed flashing. Co). Keogh rode Comanche
■■■■»•“ readily take —
way companies, who are cautiously in ard guage road, like the New Haven, ""liite squadron could figlit and easily ed by a fraction 33 per cent. Even if in that terrible fight, and after the val
quiring in its merits. It has already for instance, into a four track road,: eoniluer U>e fleets of the world; while, the ratio were to drop down to half of ley was hushed in deatli and General
received the commendation of several witliout interfering with the regular really, what are the facts of the case. I this per cent during the next half-cen Terry’s column came to the relief of
railway and engineering authorities of traffic, it gives opportunitv for through llavc ktely visited a foreign country in tury the population of this country that portion of the almost annihiliated
high standing, and is attracting so express trains in the ¿enter tracks, j ""c of our MhiI*‘’ an*’ menibers of the would lead that of all other nations.— eleventh that, through Reno’s coward
much curiosity and causing so much while there is no doubt that the time' crew were actually ashamed to go A F. Ifnlletin.
ice or inexcusable blunder, did not go
to the rescue of their gallant comrades.
speculation in the railroad world that consumed in transit at present can by ashore, where it "as impossible to
AH WING’S JEWEL.
Comanche was found wandering around
the New York Z’rrwgives^an account of it he rerlueed one half. The capacity of avoid meeting men-of-warsnieii of for-1
powers, especially the English, i An Alaskan Version of the John the grounds of the Indian camp. The
this novel scheme, which may cut a the road would be doubled what it is ¡eign
■ j 1>Z\S*C1A
’no 1 immediately
" hose ÄIYllloS
the “crow-1 i
Smith and Pocahontas
horse tl was
prominent figure in the solution of the now on each rail, and for two rails! wllOQO
, Capt. Nowlan, who was quartermaster
rapid transit problem.
would lie quadrupled, being a fourfold ’ ¡"g of Yankee newspapers over four or :
with Gen. Terry's column, and was
The distinguishing feature of tliei increase of capacity while doubling the ^ve ^¡n 8hiP8’ "'as very annoying, i I’ocahontas has been outdone by
system is that the cars are supported on speed, and eightfold gain in transporta- And when we are asked by people who j Alaskan maiden. John Smith was sent to Fort Abraham Lincoln.
know nothing of this squadron except i
single wheels, precisely as the human i tion powers.
only’ in danger of having his brains Comanche is still alive and with troop
I. Col. Keogh's old command, now
body is supported over the wheels of ‘ “Freight cars on this system will ■ " hat 18 learned through our newspa-1
to tell —
over the surrounding real es- commanded by Capt. Nowlan. He is
...... if «Petered
the bicycle. The wheels are doubled weigh about five tons, will be framed of i pers, wliat do we L-
tate when Pocahontas rescued him
flanged so that they will clasp the rail angle steel and designed for all classes ! "c stick to facts? Just this; that there
a “claybank,” not a sorrel. Comanche
her love. The John Smith of Alaska
on which they run. The ears are less of freight,|while grain, coal and all kinds 18 n°l a Ughlhig ship among them; that
was not only in danger of being killed is stationed at Fort Riley, Kan., and is
iu width than one half the standard of freight that can he dumped will be > tl>e.v were not built to fight an enemy, J. i but of being eaten, when the woman in in excellent health but shows his age.
guage road, so that two bicycle trains received through sliding doors at tlie 1,111 11111 awaJ’ from him, and,—before I whose eyes he found favor, saved him. He has the best of care, and when he
can pass each other on the present single top of the car, and be dumped by open beginning to run, to look out that the
The Alaska John Smith was not a dies will, in all probability, be buried
track railroad. This obviates the con ing sliding valves at the bottom, so enemy does not get too near them, for
explorer when he fell into the with ceremony. He lias not been rid
struction of new tracks, while not in that grain and coal can he dumped even a spent shot from the guns of
den since 1877 or 1878; up to that date
hands of the savages, nor was his name
terfering with the old system of trans directly on shipboard or into ware ships we meet every day in foreign
the daughter of the colonel command
John Smith. He was only a common,
rusiviv as i P°rts would pierce either ship of the
house. This is especially feasible,
yellow-skinned sea cook. His name is ing the regiment was in the habit of
line1 whole white squadron from side to
Of course the bicycle car would top the track can be built on a si Ingle
Ah Wing, and there is nothing attract- sending her compliments to Capt. Now
ple over without support at the side or of putts, precisely as the elevated roads ' slt'e-
i ive about him. He is about as homely lan and requesting the use of Comanche
top. The required support is secured are built on some of the lines of this: It is a fine fleet compared with what a mixture of Chinamen and Malay to ride. But one day the major’s
at the top by wheels supported hori citv. Ten cars of this pattern will do L ncle Sam has had for years past but
pirate as could be found in a day’s walk. daughter sent her compliments to Capt.
zontally on perpendicular supports at the work of 100 ordinary freight cars Ilet* not "lnke 80 much n,,ise abou( U> His Pocahontas answers the name of Nowland and asked for Comanche, a
tached to the top of the car. The wheels of heavy pattern, which «aving r°r Aunt Vic has over sixty ships, Julie just now, but nobody knows what request which the polite and accom
are arranged in pairs, one pair near the proportionately bv their lightness and 1 el^*er °* which if approached near her Indian name was. She is a long plished captain readily granted. Soon
front and the othcr near the rear end economical facilities. < If course these enough for the quns of the white squad way of being a Pocahontas in beauty, after the horse had been delivered to
of the car. Between the wheels and cars can be run upon the ordinary!1011 to kave The least effect on her, and the Siwash features of generations the young lady the colonel's daughter
running directly over the longitudinal standard gauge road.
could Pierce tlle whole white squadron, were consolidated Avhen her face was sent for her favorite animal, and when
“The bicycle structure of wood is " ere it in line, through and through.
she found out that Comanche had gone
diameter of the ear is a continuous
j made. Still the romance is there.
The officers of the I. nited States na\ y
beam, which forms in «fleet the up|xr built of the best Southern pine sawed
Ah Wing and Julie, now Mrs. Ah out she was very much disappolnteu.
rail of the system. This beam may be timber; it requires posts, one cverv , compare more than favorably with the Wing, arrived here on a codfish schoon To this disappointment was soon added
of iron or wood. The Avhcels on the thirty feet, and guiding planks 3x10 °nu*r8 of othcr navie9> but those of ,he er several months since but have not bitterness when, in a few moments,
top of the ear run along this beam, indies suspended above the tracks, five "lllte squadron seem to have been se- gone into society yet. They reside in the two young ladies joined the same
■s’parattxl from it about an inch, so that feet apart, directly over the rails below 'cctcd for their vaingloriousness as "ell Boss alley, in Chinatown, and sub riding party.
— ^ ' or
•-«•«•—, But even that would
That was the last time that Com
the car top cannot “wobble” more than and latticed together. The cost, with ' as
complained of if they would mitted to an interview yesterday. They anche was ever used. The colonel Is
an inch. This lieam is part and parcel lumber al 830 a thousand, is 83,000 a
only submitted to it, they did not take
of a wixxlen structure constructed mile; in the South and West, where stick to facts. The commander-in-chief part In it, and when it came to securing sued an order reciting the horse’s ser
throughout the whole length of the the lumber at the mills can he procured
the story of their love the reporter was vices and wounds and its provisions
track and inclosing the car in continu at *10 a thousand, will average not to Herald of Thursday last as saying to obliged to obtain bis information from [ forbade Comanche to ever lie ridden by
ous trestle work. Iron or wood may 6xcMd 82,000 a mile. Wire stretched the president of Brazil, through an in a third party, to whom Wing had con-j any one.
lie used for the structure as well as for upon the posts supporting the guiding terpreter, that he felt the honor of bis flded it in explanation of his off-color,
Mme. Barrios* Diamonds,
planks will fence in the wood against position as the first naval representa- bride
■ etc., at •
— a mile. Th«'
_ cost1 five of his country to enter into official
Every boy is aware that in rolling a cattle,
Ah Wing, some nine years ago, was I Mme. Barrios, widow of the late
hoop tlie faster the hoop goes the less it 1 with steel
. . posts and iron lattice relation8 with the new republic. Why a cook in tlie employ of the navy de- President Barrios of Gautemala, has
while the officers of the white squadron
Express Tyains lx's ve Portland Daily
wobbles, and the bicyclist knows that girders will lie about $6,00fifa miler."
partment, and was shipped north on olle
finest collections of dia-
The application of his bicycle system were feasting and being feasted among the Jamestown. While on the Sitka ■ monds among tlie society women here,
a bicycle going at full speed lias little
<i .<m p in SanFrancisco 7.45 am
or no tendency to tip over. So the bi j to elevated railroad structures is of the gala-day-loving people of the Med station Wing’s time expired or lie de- I she has sixty diamond rings, and neck-
11:00 p m Portland
Above trains stop only at following sta
cycle car, which can I* rapidly started special importance to New York and iterranean countries, with no time even serted—just which is not quite plain— ,aces’ Haras and bracelets too numerous -¿ù-rxd.
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
by a bicycle engine, is almost immedi Brooklyn. As already stated, this fact to hear that there was such a country and shipped aboard a whaler. The to niention.
All these jewels were
Oregon City, Woodburin. Salem. Alban/
Soon Lots will lie scarce and Command a Higher Price
Tangent, bhedds. Halsey. Harrisburg. Jun
ately able to “stand on its own legs,” so
whaler was wrecked and Wing was heirlooms of the kingdom and were
ction city, Irving. Eugene
that the top wheels of the car impinge and Brooklyn so forcibly that they are
cast upon an inhospitable icefloe. Julie ' sent to Paris and dug out of their an-
Roseburg Mall Dally.
but very little upon the guide beam at
was the daughter of a chief of a tribe of tl(lue settings and made into the form
Portia id . . 8 ;oo a n> Roseburg... <1:90 p la
Indians, and, while hunting with her;1,1 which they are now worn. One of
Roseburg. (1:00 a in Portland .
4 :00 p m
The features of utipcriority which are of the Brooklyn Elevated Railway Richmond in her war paint, with guns father, discovered Ah Wing who was ,he niost exquisite settings is a pointed
J. I. KNIGHT A CO.,
Albany Local, Dally. Except Sunday.
THE INVESTMENT CO .
claimed for the Boynton bicycle system Company, whom a Pre« reporter ae- rea(I.v for loading, splinter nettings as near dead from starvation, cold and . | girdle of diamonds. When not travel
49 Stark Si., Portland, Or.fg
over the pn'sent one are briefly summed . companied in an inspection of the I ready for spreading, and sponges and exposure as it was possible for him to ing Mme. Barrios lives on Fifth avenue
Real Estate Agents, McMinnville
F. BARNEKOFF A CO..
5: p m Albany.. . 9
up: That tlie trains ivill be only one- bicycle road at Gravesend on Thursday, j ra,u™cw ready for use, steamed in by lie and retain life. For days and days She never keeps her diamonds in the
McMinnville Flouring Mills
5: a n> Portland
!»: a m
fifth the present weight; that the con-
residence, but immediately she returns
Piilliiniii IliifTel Sleepers,
her anchor with a spring on the cable, Julie nursed him, and he finally re-
straetion will cost only one-tenth that I on the results of liisexamination:
front a ball she has them sent to the
Tourist Sleeping Cart,
of the present, double track lines; that
Lincoln Trust Company. When she
horse clothes, went ashore, saw the : great deal of attention on the part of the
i For nrconiinodation of second class passen
the operating expenses will be reduced critically, and the only conclusion I am
I udians. They could speak no Chinese
gers nt inched to express train*
one-half, that the friction will lie de able to draw is that it is remarkably . chief magistrate of the country and, or English, and Wing had no compre her,and when she drives she has a man
WEST SIDE DIVISION
minished 90 per cent; that the safety of
Between Portland and Corvalllt.
hension of their dialect. He was at on the cab watching her every move
passengers and freight will be increased; I can’t get around that conclusion.
Mail Train Dally, except Hnnday.
loss to understand the solicitude with ment. On a recent trip to Washing
that the system is applicable to any ex Just consider the matter. Two rails, I hour; then Captain Reed returned to which the fed him and the interest they ton it was feared a beautiful diamond
. 7:30 a ni McMinn'
isting road, surface or elevated; that I or an ordinary standard single track
took in the accumulation of fat on his ring, which was her wedding-ring, was
10:10 a ni Corvallis . 12 ¡0 n in
the capacity of the present road will be ■ road, afford two lines of traffic by the
lost, and, as It bore the Btate ensigma of
Cbrvallis 12:55 p ni McMinn'
2:56 pm Portland . 3 30 p m
increased fourfold, and that a speed of . bicycle system. A two-line structure ty-one guns. The flag of the United upon him—at least so he says. They Gautemala, she was much afraid she
At Alban)’ and CorvaUia connect w
100 miles an hour for continuous pass can thu« be built on a single line of
would never recover it However, the
were going to barbecue and eat him.
trains of Oregon Pacific
age can be readily secured, while 300 pillars. The cars are light, and the displayed from the flag-staff on fort
best detectives were put on the scent.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
mile» an hour can be obtained if desira most important feature, the engines Villegagnon and our salute was re tured and returned to the village and Months passed by and no news came of
are light, while the bicycle engine it turned gun for gun. All this, and not put under guard. The fatal day ar the ring. One day a little baby was
I ortland .
4 :40 p m McMnn
7 .25 ■> ra
even the ¡Kennebunk Screcchcr took
5:45 n nijPortland
These claims are so sweeping as to
playing near a chair in an apartment
notice of it, but six months later, after
take ones breath away. Yet Mr. Boyn there is hardly any rumbling and
peace bad been established on a firm mime that an incision would be made
ton seeks to prove them good in view vibration. The engines and cars are so
course of his childish explorations he
solid basis and everything is quiet in his neck and his life fluid allowed to
EAST AND SOUTH.
light, with no side motion; that a
of the following statements of facts:
escape into a soapstone basin. He dug up the state ring of Oautemala.
For tickets and full information regard
The motor power is a bicycle steam
ing rates, map*, etc., call ontheCompanv'«
ron enters the harbor of Rio, the offi gave up all for lost, when he was in
A Sunken Mountain.
agent nt McMinnville.
engine, although he hns also developed single line of pillars, with a third line
spired by the sight of Julie in tears.
E. I’. KOGERS,
an electric engine, which he thinks for express trains immediately above.
He made love to her. She compre It is reported apparently upon good
Asst. G F. A P Agl
will supersede the steam. There are The running of that car at Gravesend is booze with the public officials (N. B.— hended and went to ask papa. The
two patterns of the steam engine, ocular proof of the feasibility of the Jack could not go out because of the old chief was fond of his daughter and authority, that a mountain peak, near
known as engine No. 1 and engine No. scheme. There certainly are the car yellow fever there), and the New York could refuse her nothing. He issued ly 1000 feet high, in the Coast range of
2. No. 1 weigh» 22 tons, driver diame and the engine. As we observed, they papers are not large enougli to contain I an edict against baked Wing. The re- Oregon has suddenly disappeared, or as
ter 8 feet, with 2 cylinders, 12 by 14 ran with wonderful smoothness and all that should be said about it! Now | mainder of the village protested, and the discoverers a party of hunters ex
If so lie sure and call for vour ticket*
inches, making pressure of boiler 180 lightness and speed, with no percept- after the Tallapoosa, with her old brok , the chief was obliged to state why he press it, “the mountain Is now an
pounds to the square inch; average ible vibration. The car cannot jump en shaft, shall have quelled the rebel j desired the stranger’s life [preserved. island, as it were, surrounded by an
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFE.
lion of the Argentine, and the diplo
stroke, high pressure, 500 revolutions a
| The objectors gave in and Wing and about 100 feet in height.” The noise
minute; speed, with four cars weighing prex-ents that, unless a wheel should maev of her officers have instituted a | Julie were married in Indian style.
second HAND SAFES AT A BARGAIN.
made by the sudden sinking of this
20 tons, seating 432 passengers. 100 break, and even then the othe end of
1 Wing lived with the tribe for some mass of rock and trees was heard sever
miles a hour. The side view of this en
time, but never became very popular.
gine is somewhat similar to that of the the wheels above as well as below. squadron will probably go up the La He was not much of a hunter, and pre al miles away; but until the discovery
by the party alluded to, no one knew
The element of safety is certainly as
ordinary steam locomotive.
ferred to lie around the house, sewing
Bicycle Engine No. 2, resembling great as on any other system. When the lieating of drums and the blowing with the women, to chasing ]xtlar liears, whence the noise proceeded. The lo
•END FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST.
cation is about three miles from "Laird”
somewhat the old dummy engine, it comes to speed, we eertoinly roll at
on the Coos bay wagon road.— Minima
weighs seven tons, lias two cylinders the rate of 100 miles an hour, while one will go ashore, with the interpreter, and
Finally he had a chance to escape. A
It is positively the shortest ami final
7x10 inches, a working pressure of 250 dash of thirty-three seconds look us a have a drink with the new president, ■ boat’s crew came in from a schooner to and Scientific Pre»».
and the following day extra editions of j
line to Chicago and the east and south and
pounds to the s<|uare inch, will, diame mile.
only sleeping and dining <«r through
the New York papers will have to be
Fail to Protect their Contents aaainst Both Fire m :
ter of drli’er six feet, average number of
BODLE & WALKER
published to give the particulars to the and Wing begged them to take him
turns a minute, with 150 pounds of
away with them. Wing's father-in-,
OinaliA, K h »« k . CI1«, and s|| Mluaurl
steam, 600. This engine will take a There is a time in a woman's life
law gave him leave of absence for three I
The Ratio of Growth.
single car of seven tons, seating 100 when she is too old for the dances and
months and sent Julie along with him '
Factory, CIM’ÎNN.V.ri, i
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed
passengers, ninety miles an hour.
frolic of the young and too young for
It is now certain that the population to insure his return.
All kinds of work done in excellent man-.
train service and elegant dining and
Engine No. 1, with a two-story pass the quiet corner of the old. No class I of the United States, including the They sailed away and after much ' ner Plans and specifications with esti- !
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the
furnished on application.
Mew York City; Portland. Me.; Boston; Philadelphia; Clcvek- .
enger coach weighing five tons, capable claims her. She feels often like an alien territories, is not less than 64,000,000. It j marine wandering and transferring i mates
Cull on or address
Louisville; St. Louis; Kansas City; Omaha: Minneapolis; St. Par’ '
of carying 108 passengers. There are from the commonwealth of woman ! has been set down by estimate some 1 from one vessel to another, arrived in j
BODLE A WALKER.
McMinnville, Or. San Francisco; Los Angeles; San Diego; Portland, Oreg.; N:
nine compartments on eacli deck; each hood. In charitable work and in social what higher. The figures generally San Francisco. Wing had a taste for i
Richmond. Va.: Milwai
compartment is entered from the side, life the invisible line is passed. No one employed have been 65,000,000. But, the needle and secured a job of tailor-
Others may inii tate,but none can surpass it
contains two scats facing each other, invites her now to preside at the fancy’ taking the smaller number, the increase : ing. The faithful Julie proved an adept:
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
Our motto in “always on time.”
each seat seating three persons, so that booth or hasten the sale of flowers with in the last decade has been 28 ]>er cent, ■ and shares Wing’s labors. They still!
lie sure and ask ticket agent* for ticket«
each compartment accommodates six her gracious smile. Neither is she ask which is a somewhat smaller ratio of find some difficulty in conversing.
via this celebrated route and take none
\V H MEAD, G. A
persons, making fifty-four on each ed to give the dignity of her age and increase than has been known during j Wing knows a few words of English
No. 4 Washington street, Portland, Or
deck. A two-story station, of course, is position as one of the patronesses of the the present century, with the exception j and a few of Indian. Julie knows a
necessary to give admission to the car, fair. She is laughed at if she dresses in of the decade from 1860 to 1870, when, I few of English and a few of Chinese,
The elements entering into the secu the gay colors her soul loves, or scolded by reason of the great loss of life in the i When their discussion becomes ani- j
Fimii TeriiiiiiHi nr Interior Poinls lhe
rity of speed also affect the cost of con by her family for always wearing.
Civil war, the ratio of growth for that ! mated they resort to all three languages |
----- TO -
struction of the cars, for the passenger She has no part in the play, but is decade was only 22.65.- During all the at once, and the talk is very exciting. I
ears, as shown by their weight—six and quietly relegated to the position of stage ot her periods it has exceeded 30 per cent. There is a little Wing now, and he is
seven tons—are made lighter in con : setter and prompter, while younger and But hereafter the ratio nfay not exceed learning all three languages.
225 Miles Shorter—20 hours less
struction than the present cars. The ! older women pose and 'win applause. ' 28 per cent—and there is good ground
time than l»y any other route.
Their home is on the top floor of a
friction, in consequence of the pressure Her beauty is not at its best. She lias for supposing that it will not, but may i Ross alley tenement, where Julie is I
“First class through passenger and freight
lieing directly over a single wheel run neither the fair girlish face which is the fall to 25 per cent, because it is con i rapidly being converted into a China- ! line O from
Portland and all points in the Wil-
Is the Line to Take
ST PAUL, ST. LOUIS.
ning on a single rail, is reduced, as al history of what it has lieen. White stantly to lie based on greater aggregate : woman by her fellow-lodgers. She is ! lametto Malley to and from San Francisco.
ready stated, 90 per cent. This feature hair does not crown her with glory; and numbers. The ratio may slowly de j quiet at all times, and is presumably
ANO ALL POINTS
Tillie Schedule (except Sundays).
is illustrated by the fact to which Mr. . she has lost the golden curls of her cline, while tile actual increase is not I mouning for the freedom of her native Leave
Albany. .1:30 pm Leave Yaqnina 6:45 a:n
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It rm
It has permanently cured Tnoi’SAxns
Boynton constantly refers, that a thir- I youth. The blossom has faded and the lessened. The increase of population ' snow field. She does not go out be I Leave Corvallis 1:10 pm LeaveC'orvallHlO:3.5 on:
Through VESTIBULED TRAIN8
of cases pronounced by doctors hope
ty-fli’e pound bicycle carried Stevens fruit does not yet compensate for its in the ratio of 25 per cent for each de cause to noise and the bustle of the O.&C. trains rounect at Albany anil Cor
less. If you have premonitory symp
Every Day in lhe Year to
toms. such ns Cough, Difficulty of
around the world. After the bicycle I loss.
cade during the next sixty years has streets frighten her. Wing's leave of vallis.
Breathing, <fcc., don’t delay, but nso
above trains connect at Y aqiis * with
train is once in motion if can be given
The trials of the transition state enve- been figured out recently by statistic absence has long since expired, but in the The
PISO'S CURE for CONSUMPTION
Oregon Devclopeiuunt Co'*. Line of Steam
immediately. By Druggists. 25 cents.
a terrific veloA’itv, just as a hoop once I lop her iu the home. Sometimes she ians with the result that in the year the coniines of civilization he has be- ships between Yaqnina and San Francisco.
No Change of Cart;
set going can be kept at a speed limited feels that her husband is almost desert 1900 our population will be 80,000,000, i come the master, and has no intintion N. B.—Tsssensers from Portland and all Wil-
I oiiiHisd «f hlYIVG CARS
ainette Valley Points can make close connec
TUIQ HADED °üft,SlnPh,,ad,‘,pbu
only by the running powers of the lmy ing her for the young daughter, who is ! in 1930 it will be 156,000,000 and in 1950 I of returning to the land of his wife’s tion with the' trains of the Y aqvi . xa R ovte at
GEO. S. TAYLOR’ Ticket Agt.
Albanv or Corvallis, and if destined »o San :
Fi» W• AYER & SO ■ our authorized ato'ut -
the second edition of the girl lie fell in at the same rate 244,000,000. It is true people.
who gives it an occasional tap.
Francisco, should arrange to arrive at Yaqnina i
Speaking of the cajiacity and powers love with years ago.
that this growth cannot lx-demonstra Julie will not live long here; she al the evening before date of sailing.
(Of Latest Equipment,)
Corner First and Oak Sts.
of his system, Mr. Boynton said yester The solving of the domestic problem ted beyond a doubt. It cannot be as ready shows signs of consumpton,
TOl HINT SLEEPIW CARS
day: “Engine No. 1 will draw 324 pass has not made such drafts upon Jiis sumed as certain that up to 1950 the ra- developed presumably by the unac
The Steamer Willamette wtl! sail
Beat that can be constructed and in
engers in three compartment cars of an ' mental and physieial resources as it has ! tio of growth of each decade will be customed foul air.
FROM SAX rRAXCISCO
which ncrommodalionn are for hol
ders of First or 8econd-ciass Tick
average weight of ten tons, with a trac upon hers. He is a comparatively , equal to 25 per cent. But there is a The story has been pretty well auth July
tion of six tons, capable of being in young man. and no one dreams of ask strong probability that for a quarter of enticated, with the exception of the August 16,
LLERAH UR (ViCIU.
creased to ten tons—because the water ing him to step aside from any familar a century this ratio will hold good. The intention of the Indians to eat Wing August 26.
A Continuous Line connecting with all
tank and coal are immediately above path.
year 1800 began with a population in after killing him. His ¡own country
♦r- t. "trt'
line«, sffordiug direct and unin
At times she wonders if she is not a this country a little exceeding5,000,000. men do not believe this part of his The Oregon Pacific Popular Summer Ex-1
the driver—at the average rate of a mile
—Low rate Tickets now on Sale i
a minute, or to Boston and hack in a childless woman. She was necessary j The close of the century, ten years story, but Wing adheres to it stoutly, enrsious
Pullmai: Sleeper reservations can be aecur-
from all Willamette Valiev points to Yaqui- !
single day, with a single ton of coal. to her little children, but her growing hence, will find a population of 80,000,- and the strongest tie between him and na and return.
c<l m advance through auv agent of the road
Now, 10f> passengers—the average num sons and daughters do not seem to need <NH>.
I hrouh TirkrtM ,To AmencA,
•n<’ "otn England
his wife is his gratitude to her for aav- Passenger and freight rates always the low
est. For inhumation, applv to Messrs. HL’L-
ber iu a ]Kilace car train of four cars— her; at least they do not cling to her The imputation of the United King ing him from such a fate.
nnd Europe ran be purchased at any ticket
MAN A CO., Freight and Ticket Agents, 200
othee of this conmany.
make a train where cars weigh ISO tons, with the tender caresses of their baby dom at the beginning of the present
and 202 Front street, Portland, Oregon; or to •cop* ■h
Voyagers to the far North state
I nil ihf«>rtnation concerning rates, time
C. C. HOGUE,
hood. Studies, teachers, classmates and century was three times as great as that I they have heard of cannibalism among
exclusive of baggage.
•>i trail) . route x and other details furnished
Acting Gen'l. Frt. A Paas. Agt., Oregon Paei
of the United States. At this date that ■ the Indians, but It has always been at , R. ” Co, CorvaPfe. Oregon.
on application to any agent, or
“These four cars have seats for 100
A D CHARLTON.
c. fl. haswele , Jr.,
Newapaper Advancing Bureau,
people, or the same as one of our five- j full that the mother almost feels crowd of the former is only three-fifths of our tributed to isolated instances of starva ! Gen'l.
K>st General Passenger Agt-nt.
10 Spruea St, New York.
own. Only one nation in Europe, I tion’s necessity, and not habit.
Of the Compawy, Me, 1«1
ton cars carry. The coal burned for the ed out.
C>„, Montgomery street San Franciico, C»l.'
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J. G. BALLINGER & CO
Columbus Buggies, Bain Wagons,
Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows,
Scotch Clipper Plows,
Flying Dutchman Gangs and Sulkies.
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
ARE SELLING FAST!
Through Tickets to all Points
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
HALL’S STANDARD SAFES
ffil’. 1 BUS.
' The Royal Route
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANY S STEAMSHIP LINE.
ftinalia, Kansas City, Chicago,
To all Points East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
First St., Cor. U ahfngton, Portand, Or.