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REGISTER E»tlbll»h«d August. 1881
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was setting up punch on Wednesdays, I bly those whom* hoofs were not cloven
controlling their business is the law of 1
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precedents. Until cause is shown for his
I houso would lie besieged by a mob j and which do not chew the eud.
Other entertaining is discretiqnary
overthrowing a precedent the latter will
TOIL AND TROUBLE FOR fcTHE always be adhered to. As a rule it is > with a member of the cabinet. If the gion of itossibility that the almost uni
COULTER A: WRIGHT, Proprietors
dines out each secretary feels versal abstention from eating certain
PRESIDENT'S OFFICIAL FAMILY. very difficult to upset a precedent that president
Goods of all descriptions moved and cnW-
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will
to givq him a dinner.
Botli animals may date from that very re
is firmly established. There is a crying bound
be made monthly Hauling of a l kinds
und Harrison have dined mote period when totem worship was
their official advisers. Arthur prevalent in primitive society, and
Department»- Social Obligation«* Duties pertinents. As things are now, the with
always dine where there wns a every tribe held sacred the beast, bird
(«ALBREATH & GOUCHER,
anil Powers of the Member«.
these and every kindred disease arising
dinner to be had. A cabinet of or insect from which its family traiti-
authority to the memory of a subordl- good
from Imitate blood successfully treated by
that never failing and best of all tonics and
who lives in a siuull house and tions recorded it to have sprung.”
A shiver agitates the war ile|>artment. nate, or to unprinted records or Isjtli. ficer
“Are not the proscrilx-d and jiermit-
Rumor says tliat Lamont’s broom will What might lie termed ’a register of ' w ho is known to bo a poor man need
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
s >on aweep the eoitwebs out of it. Or precedents respecting tile diplomatic I not do so much. His wife is spared a ted animals specified for greater cer
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
deal of annoyunce w hich falls to tainty of observing the Mosaic regula
dinarily "a secretary in charge of that , and consular affairs has I>een compiled good
M u .M innvii . lk ,
- O regon
lot of the wife of a rich secretary.
branch of the government, being more in a work known as “Wharton’s Digest the
yield in Oregon was -14.2 toils. The
“Not only are they classified und
need provide no refreshments at
or less ignorant of military affairs, is , of international Law," the material of She
• / i • I). BAKER,
yield must necessarily depend upon
Book» on Blood und Skin
receptious. This offering of food clearly defined, but in many eases they
obliged to rely^upon subordinates, who which was taken almost wholly from her
many things, as variety, distance be
such occasions, by tlie way, is au are named.
run tilings to suit themselves. Thus the unprinted records of the tiepart- on
EXPERIMENTS IN ITS CULTIVA tween rows, soil,cultivation and season.
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
the whole machinery has come under ment of state. The pension office has i innovation of later days. It was not “All quadrupeds are permitted for use
TION AT THE STATION.
Mr. Shaw gives 15 tons ¡»er acre as u
before Mr. Cleveland’s first as food which have the divided hoof
tlie control.of cliques, being so Interwo- . a digest of laws, rulings ami decisions, practiced
f»« Swift Specific Co.,
conservative estimate for the Wil-
Office Upstair» in the Garrison Building.
some sort of recognion for their list is much tin- shorter I give that. It Can he Produced and at a Price the amette valley und Southern Oregon. In
tliat tlie responsible chief finds his own and a few bureaus. Generally s|s-uking pect
and' this is accorded them in The camel, cony and hare are declared Factories Cun AfTord to Pay—-All That 1« Eastern Oregon the uncertainty of the
wishes defeated ’without knowing how however, the precedents governing the courtesy,
I? W. FENTON,
it happens. Even details for duty and business of the department have not I the sha|a> of a card of the secretary and not fit for food liecause, while they Needed I« the Necessary Capital to Make season renders the ability to irrigate al
most an essential condition, and if this
promotions in tlie start’ are controlled been codified. Accordingly a new sec- I his wife. These cards are sent in en chew the cud they do not divide the The State Fieri California.
j is met there can lie little doubt that the
to some extent by these hidden influ retary cannot learn to know it all in velopes by carriage or by mall. Many hoof; the swine liecause, while it di
i yield would even'equal that for the
take offense lieeause the sec vides the hoof, does not chew the cud.
four years, ami so he is compelled to persons
Bulletin No. 23 of the Oregon agri I Willamette valley.
"The Mosaic writer specifies no kind
’s wife does not return their vis
Office, Rooms J ami 2 Uuion Block.
cultural experiment station is devoted
Well drained laud is ae<*essary lor
before long. Tlie new secretary is ex Ordinarily a department will run very it
I in person. Possibly she might do so of lisli, but prohibits from use nil that
to experiments in the culture of the su I the cultivation of the Isset, for it de-
pected to do awuy with many of the well without any secretary in charge. if she kept a pair of fast trotting horses
xy M. RAMSEY
devoted her entire time to that ing thing in the water that is not fish. gar beet in Oregon, and was pre|>are<l inandsudeep, loose soil, so that the
aliuses which have prevailed. Some of On the other hand, if many of the chiefs and
“The following birds are proscrils-d by (1. W. Shaw, the chemist attached long tapering tap root may |>eiietrale
these were attacked during Ills first nd- , of bureaus and divisions were sick the purpose and nothing else. There are
to the station. I u order to successfully and drink well of the soil moisture, the
ministration by President Cleveland, , ojieration of the government machinery many reasons why a cabinet officer finds without any reason for the discrimina
conduct thejexperlments, arrangements development of sugar not reaching a
whose accurate knowledge of tlie inside would be seriously impeded. Au illus it difficult to live on his salary of $8,000
were made with farmers in various high per cent in irregular shaped Wtets.
working of the’ war department pain tration of thia was actually att'orded at i a year. He cannot live In one or two ture, kite, every species of raven, os-t
Office: Rooms G ami 7 Union Block.
rooms as many congressmen do. To trieli, night hawk, cuckoo, kawk, little parts of the state to cultivate small plats It is essential that the beets lie kept
fully nstonished certain officials. His the time of the grip epidemic.
of beets from seed furnished them, and close together in the soils of Oregon, or
information was’obtained through La-
There is no such a thing as a cabinet i support tlie dignity of ids office lie owl, great owl, cormorant, swan, peli
J I». TURNEY,
Guaranteed to cure Bilious attacks, I I
to forward to the station samples of the they will grow to enormous size. Some
must have a tine house. He must keep
Sick Headaclio and Cosstipatlon. 40 in mant, who got it by tlie very simple provided for in the constitution of the
“Among tlie lljing insects ]>ermitted beets raised for analysis, the seeds beets weighing as much as ten pounds
each bottle. Price 25c. For sale by
Used were from imported varieties, and have been received at the station. Such
frankly expressed views of the army the government the secretaries were to pay more for everything that he are tlie locust, bald locust, lieetle and
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
full directions for cultivation were giv beets are worthless for sugar and a
“7,17, 70“ and sample dose free.
hardly more than clerks of the presi- i
Specialty of surgery and diseases of women J. Picture
by the station. These directions manufacturer would not take them a-
F. SMITH & CO., Proprietors, *EW YORK.
Washington tradesmen are disgusted
affairs in their service.
dent. Even now they possess no au
were taken from the most complete au a gift. The sugar [varies inversely as
U nion B lock - M c M innville . On.
One reform should te made in the thority, except what they derive from Is-cause Secretary Whitney did not creeping tilings, the following are pre-
thorities in .this country and Europe. the size of the beet. Beets for the man
judge-ailvocate general’s bureau, where him. No law obliges him to pay atten come back. He would have put life nounced unclean: The weasel, mouse,
The analysis made at the station dur ufacture of sugar should not attain a
tion to their advice. At the same time
ing 1861 is summarized in the follow | weight of more than two pounds. One
regard to courts-martial. It is tlie duty political considerations constrain him < etc., here, as lie did lieforc by a scatter snail and snake.
“An important injunction in the ing table showing the county aver of the most important things for the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEÛN.
farmer to understand Is that at all
investigate charges tliat are brought ions. Although they form his official their account be was tlie only states Mosaic dietary code is that any of the ages:
times the root must be kept below the
against officers, submitting each case family he feels compelled to select them man ever reaident here who had no animals described and forbidden as un
C ounty .
clean. when dead render uuclean any
fairly and without prejudice to the sec with due respect for geographical con respect whatever for a dollar.
Jan, 21, ’83.
This is one of the most jiertiueut
thing that comes in contact with
retary of war. Instead of doing thut it siderations.
It has hap|>ened more
questions relating to the subject, audat
them, in such cases ablutions for pur
is customary in eaeli instance to make than once that a member of the cabinet
yy F- DIEESCHNEIDER,
ification arc prescribed and specified.” ('lackamas.
tlie accusation as telling as possible, has successfully bullied the president
7 14.55 77.30 the same time is the most difficult oue
v p INDIGESTION,DIZZINESS.
“Are these restrictions generally ob Columbia
1 13.74 66.42 to answer satisfactorily, since there are
THE MOST IMPORTANT COMING
E ruptions on the sk / n .
9 12.99 73.45 so many factors in the problem. The
served to-day by those for whose ben Douglas.........
......... 3 18.93 80.99 question “At what price jier ton can
INTO POPULAR FAVOR.
and Jeweler. B eautifies ««C omplexion
efit they were made?”
advocate of the army was recently heard Mr. Tyler, when an attempt was made
16 14.32 79.95
Dealer In All Kind, ol Watch«., Jewelry. Plated Ware
AnRvroAfible Laxative and NERVE TONIC.
to say: “We will have to rake up some to force him to take certain action was
5 13.54 79.91 you afford to raise lieets in quantity?”
Sold by Druggist»or sent by mail. 25c., 50c.,
Clocks and Spectacles. MCMINNVILLE. OR.
..................... 1 15.99 78.38 was asked on the report blank sent out
new charges against somebody; we are roused from his customary mildness to No Cruelty I iivo IA m I in
and $1.00 per package. Samples free.
1 14.72 78.08 from the station this year, and of the
IF O Wf A The Favorite TOOTH P0WD11
out of meat.” Pleasant feeling tliat for great wrath. I,eaping to his feet he
Advantage» of abstaining from such food as the Polk.................................
3 15.84 79.89 28 farmers who answered the question,
IX Vr for the Teeth and Breath, 25c.
a judicial officer to entertain respecting shook his list aloft and said: “I’ll show Secured---Dietary Itule* of the 11c- Mosaic rules forbid, particularly the Washington
11 13.96 78.79
flesh of swine, I he Hebrews have brok Yamhill.......
the people of those United States that
1 10.73 76.64 15 stated $4 or less, some stating as low
I liis brothers in arms.
hrewK---fiitereNthig DrtiiilH of T Ite ir
Gutes & Henry, Props.
as 2. One or two named the extreme
A secretary of war can hardly do tet I’m their president!”
O.-igi$i---I*resrril»e«l aiul Permitted.
14.13 78.08 price of $8, but this was based upon all
Argyle, Wi.i., Hays:
Before. After. I<t>u.
hand labor. The agricultural depart
dietary legislation of old did not apply
Tho accompanying »taUmeut Weight 33» lb» m ib- is it» well as inside of his department as to tile departments to be run by the secre
For manufacturing purposes lieets I
of my weight ami meaauro-Bust.... . 43
“Strange, is it not, how the whirli to their time and generation. But it is
ment of the college failing to keep an
mints will show the reHulteof Waist., . 42 in. 3» in. II in. tlie management of its affairs. It is tlie taries, while others interfere more or
flve monthH* treatment.
I Hip*.... .. 53 ui. 4’J in. 15,0.
same wav witli tlie secretaay of tlie less. General Harrison had a good gig of time brings about results that of only a small minority of the scattered sugar; tlie typical tert weighing alsiut accurate record of the experiment ren
PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL.
Harmless, and with
........ , or
For ptutlculari add ret i. with 6 cents in «tamps,
navy. ’1'he latter has more difficult deal to say about the apisiintmcnt of ten appear impossible and which are of Israel «'ho permit a total relaxation 609 grams having 14 per cent sugar r.nil ders it impossible to give definite data
91 0. W. r. SNYDER. M VICKER S THEATER, CHICAGO ILL
from these in junctions.
from that source
The estimates for
buslne.-s to learn Ilian any other heail consuls. Mr. <'leveland i« fond of re entirely unexpected.”
These were the words with which
“These delinquents would probably a purity of nlsiut 89. An examination the previous season ranged from $11.25
of a department. Even Mr. Hertert, ports. He wants to know about every
of tlie results reveal tliat the analysis
notwithstanding Ids long experience thing that is going on in the depart Rabbi Jacob Voorsanger of the temple also regret their departure from the hail a wide range, viz: from 6.77 per to $24.18 per acre, some including har
with naval all'alrsjn tlie house of repris ments in order that lie may exercise Emanu El, of San Francisco, answer customs of their progenitors did they cent to 22.44 per cent sugar in the juice. vesting and some not, and none in
Special Accommodations for Commercial
sentatives, can have little notion of the general control over the operations of ed when his attention was called to the fully realize their importance to their Of tlie 95 analyses made 8 fell below 10 cluding the cost of hauling to market.
The statement of »(gentleman from
tiN’iinieal details of the service—tlie all branches of the government. He introduction of a bill in the Idaho legis well-being.
|>er cent; 76 showed 12 |ier cent and 37
California, which covers the question
“It is, perhaps, not the least charm
Corner Second and E Streets, one block
building of guns,* the management of made for himself a reputation as the lature, providing I hat tlie Jewish meth
over 14 per ceut sugar. An average of
from Cooks hotel.
ships, etc. The best a man can do in hardest working chief executive that od of slaughtering cattle lie subetituted of the Mosaic laws, so called, that they 81 analyses for Willamette valley shows as fully as possible, is given in the bul
letin, and the items given do not, Mr.
have sought to evolve the beautiful
nnd reap a rich
such a position is to rely upon subordi the country ever had. A president’s for tlieone prevailing.
E. C APPERSON
J. W.COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN
harvest. They are always reliable,
Asked for ail explanation of his ideal of the harmonious blending of the 13.76 per cent sugar and a purity co-etfi- Shaw says, differ far from the same
nates, allowing those who understand toil is always severe. President Arthur
always in (leruaud. always the liest
the work to manage it,;[wliile he con did his best to escape from It, but in words, which were uttered with evi three elements in human nature, so ing a little over I) pounds, while an items in this state.
FERRY’S SEED ANNUAL
“A. F. Richardson, two miles from
aptly described by that eminent physi
l or 1.N93 Is invaluable to every Planter.
tents himself with general supervision vain.
The members of I lie cabinet dent satisfaction, he said:
It in an enryctopedia of the latest farming
“Much controversy lias been hail of cian and author, Dr. Parker. The hu average of 10 analyses of beets from factory, 11 acres: Plowing and harrow
information from the highest authorities.
and refrains from interfering much.
It is comparatively easy to perform the treasury has the most toilsome late years regarding the Jewish meth man body, he says, is effected by every sugar, with a little larger beet. For the ing. $110; sowing, $»>; barrowing and
D. M. FERR
tlie functions of secretary of state. Any place, with the postmaster-general and od of killing cattle. It has lieen pre moral and mental action. The mind entire state the average weight was sowing, $3; 4 days cultivation first time
Paid up Capital, $50,000.
well informed man witli good common secretary of the interior following in or sumed to te productive of cruelty, anil is profoundly influenced by physical 608.5 grams; sugar in juice 14.13; purity at $2—$8; 23 days’,thinning at $1.26_
$28.75; 24’. days’ thinning and hoeing
sense can filFthat plnce fairly well. His der as to tbe amount of lalior required the superseusitivc have sought to inter conditions, l-'or a perfect system of hy 78.08.
Transacts a General Banking Business,
at $1.2-i—$30.65; 5 days’ hoeing at $1.25
department runs itself. He has three of them. The secretary of agriculture fere with it by invoking the prohibi giene we must combine the knowledge
Deposits Received Subject to Check
There were but few pests reported as
—$6.25;0 days’ hoeing at $1.7.5—$15.75;
of the physician, the schoolmaster and
assistant secretaries, who know all has by fur the easiest time, Mr. Rusk tive power of legislation.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
“In England, in America, but more the priest; we must train the body, the troubling the sugar beet. The most to ’ days’ hoeing at $1.75—$12.25; 9.1 days’
aliout the diplomatie machinery and has found plenty of leisure for cracking
Sell sight exchange and telegraphic trans
fers on New York, San Francisco and Port
are acquainted witli tlie exact statu» of jokes while distributing seeds and su particularly in Switzerland, there lias intellect and the moral sense in a per ata, as reported by Prof. F. 1,. Wash" hoeing, second time, nt $1.75—$16.60;
international claim in whicli this pervising scientific investigations, con been continual anil Hitter controversy fect and balanced order. Then, it our burn, and descrilied by him in bulletin Axing plow, $2.50; two knives, $1.50; 4
Collections made on all accessible points.
baskets, $3.50;ltopping and loading,
knowledge were exact, and our means
When he is re cerning which lie could know compar on the subject.
No. 14. There was also sent to the sta
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
“tine professional opinion, however, of application adequate, we should have
170.05 tons at 80 cents-$130.05; hauling
quired to act on a case all the documents atively little.
may serve to settle the question so far the human being in his perfect beauty,
-qriuAi giS .iGAo pooqjoquSjan Am regarding it are placed before him on
at 50 cents $85; plowing up at 20 easts,
■J 9q9noq ueeq svqejoqj, AjjanooQq; joxtvcl
Farm for Sale
Ara uj BiopnoM eaop peopui fnjq ojuoj , oa . iox Ills desk.
If tlie matter has to do with cujoy the pleasurable consciousness as tlie merits of the Judaic method are as Providence, perhaps, intended him ty. This pest, known as the “flea live- $-14; total, $408.50; yield,170.05 tons, val
. mqojoo ‘ hojijm ••[»,) ‘eeof
Two miles north of McMinnville, a farm B.Sinaoq jots - cj
ue, $821.81; net profit, $413.22 net profit
citizen who has lieen that they are all possible presidents. If concerned; it is that of Professor Ger to be.
tie;” is about an eighth of an inch long
of 65 acres, all in good cultivation and good uvg ‘P9JT8 nwi tet’ HRjquAea
lach, of the Royal Veterinary school of
per acre. $37.56."
“The existence of the Jewish race to
house and barn ; all kinds of fruit; 30 acres
loop» pejjsep tied up nnd^wliippedjin Venezuela tlie Mr, Cleveland and Mr. Stevenson
These results.were .obtained in 1889,
in grain —a bargain if sold soon. Address: eqi pwqAfnj') qj Äineoi AipupS ojjm pun jpeAin correspondence on tlie subject up to should die or be disabled for duty the Hanover. He wrote in reply to a re day is an eloquent testimony to the
qoiqM •BTuenuoj osoqj pv jo
L. 8 D owning ,
quest for a professional opinion on the conserving influence of these religio-
the farmers were practically un
McMinnville, or at tlie farm
is not likely that it is a serious enemy
oqg ’fijnoq omi joj os oq pnw dravio ppio.u Xpoq
subject, that his observations have sanitary regulations. Tlielr observance
acquainted with the most economical
loq osjMjotpo ‘paq nr .i<iq pjoq oj uora oauj oum ty of experience at linnd to advise he devolve upon Mr. Gresham, end, in
to the sugar licet. The “cutworms”are
pinoM it i soinnoiiios ¿04s noq4‘puno.iv Hui|(oj need only decide what shall be done their turns respectively, upon Mr. Car- strengthened him in tlie conviction tliut has not only given the race its stamina
methods of cultivation, and it is safe to
also reported to have caused considera
ptre soao joq ut nooi ppM w 408 ‘A[0.iijuo <l<ne 04
ponioos noqi ‘44oqs uoqi
oqiv<).iq *01131104 next.
lisle, Mr. Lamont, Mi. Olney, Mr. Bis tlie killing of cattle according to the but lias endowed it with a greater long ble damage to the beet in < 'entral Ore say that with a little more f experience
joq 94;q ‘sorajioiTios 40s pna XpaoioiA 43« ppioM
He is not required to decide for him sell, Mr. Herliert, Hoke Smith and Mr. Jewish custom Is not productive of cru evity than can be claimed by any other
in the method of working, most of the
gon. In fact, they were reported as
BMBf joMOi joq 04V49 S|qi uj aoq.w i Apoq oqi jo
self what shall te done in any import Morton, of Nebraska. This order of elty, lint, on tlie contrary, is most hu race.”
items would lie rendered somewhat
04-ivd inojojsipuisnjBtl pu-B UoiHinAUoa nistids jo
having in some instances destroyed the
Sjieaking of patent medicines, the 8^0944-8 O19A08 ÄI8A puq oral) 4»qi 4-8 puB ‘oinox ant international complication. The succession was provided for only recent mane and deserving of being univers Only 1-1,000: li of un Inch in Diameter, entire crop. Gophers also caused some lower. These figures are not theoretic-
; al, but are the actual accounts of a beet
judge says: “I wish to deal fairly »Ajotf e.Sjuooxf J048VJ 5(ooi oqs 9-xojoq ib »A ono president, by whose authority he acts, ly by congress, liecausc the constitution ally adopted.”
trouble in Benton county, and are said
aoousnoAaou q4jM poiqnoij e«Ak ojim Zu
"Do not the Hebrew race in great
is the responsible person. In making fails to designate what officer shall
anil honorably with all, anti when )noqv
Home interesting as well as extraor to have shewn a preference for tlie su
III *C8, • OWf • 7OD ‘TSOMV-IV
treaties the secretary merely represents take the executive chair in the event of part attribute tlielr general good liealth
The conclusions reached by Mr
I find an article that will do what
A Valuable Book etk Norvou»
dinary accounts have been recently gar beet.
Diseases sent free to any address, tlie chief executive, who is the treaty the death or disability of liotli president and longevity to tlie observance of tills
i Shaw from the experiments made by
it is recommended to do, I am not LUkli
f K r r and poor patients can also obtain
given concerning experiments in the
In the experiments of 1892 and 1893
| him nre:
|1 LL this medicine free of charge.
making power. Sometimes the presi and vice-president. The order of pre and other Mosaic hygienic laws?” ask production of minute threads of gold,
ashamed to say so. I am acquaint I This
it was sought not only to confirm the
remedy has been prepared by the Reverend
Koenig, of Fort Wayne, Ind- since 1878$ and dent drafts a treaty himself. The sec cedence mentioned governs at meetings ed the newspajier representative.
ed with Dr. Vanderpool (having Pastor
glass and platinum and other suit- results of the preceding year, but also j Good sugar lieets can te produced in
Unow prepared under Lis direction by the
“They certainly do. And tliat they
retary of state is the president’s most of the cabinet, which are held at the
, Oregon; they can lx- raised at a price a
been treated by him for cancer),
stances. The most remarkable of these to ascertain something mere definite
and have used his blood motlicin?, KOENIG MED. CO.. Chicago, 611. confidential adviser in tlie cabinet. white house on Tuesdays and Fridays are justified in doing so must be gen minute filaments, according toC. V. relative to the cost and yield, and a few factory can afford to pay; the yield
known as the S. B. Headache and Sold by Dr*.taxists r.t 81 per Bottle. 6 for So. They have secrets which are not even at 11:30.o’clock sharp. The president erally admitted when the most impor Boys, the experimenter, are those of points of scientific interest. Owing to compares favorably with that of other
states now raising l>eets for the manu-
revealed to congress. For example, the sits at the head of the oblong table, tant features of these rules for the pro
Liver cure, and while I am seven
quartz. He says: ¡“As torsion threads tlie disturlied condition of tlie experi
negotiations preliminary to a treaty are with the secretary of state at his right curation of clean anil healthful food are
faeture of sugar: the crop of beets can
ty-five years old, anil have "used
not lie depended upon in some parts of
not communicated to the house or sen and the secretary of the treasury at hie known and priqierly considered. Al
many pills and other remedies for
. the state unless irrigation is practiced;
ate, because the publication of them left; then come the secretary of war on low me first to explain a little more
the blood, liver anti kidneys, I
known. They are ns strong as steel tlie case had the season teen one of
would lie like to defeat the end sought. the right, and the attorney-general on fully the advantages of our method of
that the success of the farmer will de
must say that fora kidney tonic in
and can lie made of any reasonable more nearly normal conditions. The
pend more upon skill and Industry
tlie left. Then the postmaster-general
Bright’s disease, as an alterative
length, |>erfectly uniform in diameter, results, however, confirm the conclu
! aging editor for Mr. Cleveland, editing on the right and the secretary of the upon the general subject.
than on the solis, for poorly cultivated
for the blood, or to correct the ac
and, as already explained in the body sion of the previous year tliat Oregon lieets contain a lower |>eroe"ntagc of su
tion of the stomach and Imwels it
of the article, so fine as to lie beyond l>ossesses tlie conditions necessary for
. nate from file white home. At the table the secretaries of the interior and character of the meat provided for their
gar and purity than well cultivated;
is a very superior remedy, and
the power of any microseo|)e yet made. the purpose of lieet sugar manufacture.
TRADE MARKS, I I same time lie will direct a corps of re-
large beets do not contain so large a
of agriculture. In time of peace the
beats anything I ever tried.
jiorters all over tlie world, who, as a cabinet are equal, to all intents and of tlie animal to te examined while yet
J. It NKI.8ON, Yakima. Wash.
at least 10,000,000 limes smaller than whom reported absolute failure of crop percentage of sugar as small beets and
At 50 cents a bottle, it .is the poor man’s
part of thier duty as United States con- purposes. But let war upraise its awfid connected witli the carcass, anil when
the purity is lew. Upon no condition
spun glass. Of course ltds impossible on account of unfavorable weather, and
friend and family doctor.
1 sills, are each required to write up .«ev- front and the secretaries of war and of tht> least defect or least evidence of dis
should farmers grow lieets to the exclu
Sold by Rogers Brothers.
to manipulate these minute filaments, two on account of insect pests and
sion of other crops, but should make
th» pufflo b J »nolle» glTon tree or chime la Lho j eral subjects annually for those newsy the navy tower above their fellows to a ease exists the beast is pronounced un
I publications called Consulkr Reports.
gigantic stature, wielding, under the fit and is rejected Tlie Jewish killer of uring threads less than the one-thou for the state was 15.7 per cent sugar in this a rotation crop, substituting fer
i bare fallow, if a factory should lie start
With the secretary of the treasury it president, the mighty physical forces animals is an officer of the church, sandth |>art of an inch in dinmeter.”
the juice with a purity of 78.08 again«
is quite different. He must be an ex of a nation. Then as soon as hostilities holding a diploma < ' efficiency from an
12.75 per cent and a purity of 77.57 for ed near them; the amount of cultiva
pert in financial matters. His depart are suspended the department of state ecclesiastical trilmual, anil is required
tion necessary for lieets In Oregon ren
f'lianipion .Jump nf Seventy Feet.
i last season. Out of the 07 analyses
ment is so vast, embracing a multitude assumes the cldef Importance, arrang to know a great deal more than how
ders it important that no one farmer
Ixmg jumping must 1« something made only 11 indicated less than 12 per should attempt to care for more than 15
of unrelated bureaus, that lie does not ing the terms by which quiet shall lie to deftly and quickly kill an animal.
i>ent sugar in the juice, and 41 samples
He must have a practical knowl worth looking on at when the winning
attempt to attend to the details of its restored.
indicated over 14 per cent, the extremes acres per season; the plants should be
busincMi, relegating the management to
The social duties of an officer of the edge of animal anatomy and physiolo jump is some seventy feet long. That being 9.4 per cent. The averages for left as far apart as possible and not al
I subordinates. He lias a treasurer to cabinet are very onerous. To begin gy, and particularly of the composition is the sort of thing they have in Nor the different natural divlvlsions nf the low the roots to attain a weight of over
take care of the money, a director of with, his wife must keepopen bouse on of the vital organs anti of the diseases way, as news from Christiana tells us. I
two pounds in order that as much cul
state were as follows:
The champion jumper at the great an
the mint to make the coins, n chief of Wednesdays. Formerly it was custom to which the animal is subjected.
Samples. 1 Per cent. tivation as jtossihle may be done by
“In this connection it seems proper nual meeting at Stockholm made a rec Willamette valley
| bureau of engraving to print the paper ary to hold a reception every Wednes
14.7 1 machinery; if any state can manufac
I cash, besides three under secretaries and day, but the wear and tear on the fur to touch on the Mosaic law of forbid ord by covering seventy feet, and the Eastern Oregon
19.2 ture its own sugar, or any part of if
15.1 successfully, Oregon should lie able to
other groat officers to collect the reve niture and hospitality of the hostess den fowl. Much speculation has lieen , other comnetitors all managisi to come Southern < tregon
The bulletin tell>> how the yield i« I do so, since she has all the natural re
nue, etc. He himself decides imfxirt- has ts-eome so great of late years that indulged in on this subject. The at-1 between forty-four and sixty-six. This
ant questions only. Many laws are three or four Wednesdays in a season tempt to identify the Mosaic law with is certainly more exciting than ouri calculated and give» the following av quirements.
i jmsseil which permit this or that to te are considered enough. The Wanama- pre-existing elementsin the religions of i champion jump of twenty-three feet erage of tons per acre for the several
The Union Paeiflc have published a
none nt his discretion, and weighty kers made that their limit. On these Egypt, Persia and India is founded ; ihul a few inches. The Norwegians, It counties:
On. cent • don.
33.2 very neat pietorial World's Fair folder,
Tmx GXXAT COCWH Ccn. promptly «ure, problems often tax hl.« judgment.
Dis occasions people come in crowds, stay upon tlie fact that the Mosaic leglsla- | is true, do not jump as We do. The Benton.......... ..19.1 Marion
where All others tuL Couch., Croup, Sore
9.3¡ Polk................. 32.0 containing colored lithographs of the
Throat, Ho»re«n«u, whooping Cough »nd putes ns to customs duties which in as long as they please, and eat as much i tion in no instance seeks to account for jump run is down a hill 200 feet high, Douglas
. 21.7]l'nion.............. 13.5 various exposition buildings, bird’s eye
Atthma. For Con.umpHoo it ta. no nrat volve millions of dollars are referred to as they can. Nearly all of them are un ' its prohibitive measures in any other I in the middle of which a springboard is
hu cured thooaand», and will et na T m < if
2<> 5 Yamhill ... •2ft.lt " view of the ground*, with a complete
taken In time, gr id liy pnicgiat» on a guar. him. The treasury is poor now and he known to their entertainer. They come way than that the proscribed object is j set six feet above the ground, and it is I^tne..............
8HIL0 IT» B8 LLADO NN A PLAtTtft S’
15.2 map of tlie city, showing lomti.n of
ennnot afford to waste a |>enny. One to see what she looks like, how rich she I an ateminatlon, objectionable to the i from this that the jump is taken. Bat. Linn............... 11.7 Josephine..
..29.2 State average. 23.2 the fair, hotel«, railway <lepota, street
of the most important responsibilities is as exhibited ’by her furniture, and taste, hurtful to the constitution anil aidcii or not, that seventy feet flight Malheur
lines and city park«. Copy of the
catarrh «'onsists in tho making of precedents what her dwelling looks like inside. If I degrading in its use and indulgence. through space 1« a portentous feat. The This showing, in spite of the unfavor car
ableness of tho season, was highly grat- same may 1« had by addrewting W. H.
Or. Mi I m ' Nervlce for Marrow» Prostration.
bably come again to consume sand held «acred ir Egypt was forbidden: it skirts and go at it; truly a sight for the ! ifying to Mr. Shaw. He waa firmly Hurlburt, Anriatant General Passenger
^Have you tatarrh z This remedy 1» mmran. up.
Wadtocureyou. Price, flOcta. Injector free.
The departments of the government, I wiches and chocolate with iranbons. is a further fact that the Indian dietary | sons of the Vikings!— St. Jnrnrn' fin- convinced that with tetter weather the Agent, Portland, Or.
■ state, average would have teen very
like courts, have th«ir law, in which | No punch Is over offered. If it once . laws forbid the use of the same quad- trfTe.
A Ataftao. nh'-)n paUa.elM,.
Tn al 1 Dieretton take one Small Mis Baaa
on xMftiwnt «paca wMn in Ch«c$«o. «"U
. | HIX
: mueh larger. The highest reported
■ iSSS I SLSS b ti-inif Agvnt y <.f M. «rx
; the previous decision goveros. The law ' l>eeame known that a cablr.-t officer | roped« enumerated in Rcripfiire: nota- Get New and Steri Hag Fact« at Draggltt«.
M c M innville
TRUCK AND DRAT CO
IT IS NOT A SINECURE.
THE COMMERCIAL STABLE I
Livery, Feed and Sale!
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