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State of Oregon, Yamlull Couuty.
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ductive sectiou in tlio World.
I j»ud is cheap, offering special in
ducement» to fruit raisers and
McMinnville, Yamhill County.
Here is the County seat. Here U*
published THE TELEPHONE
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LOflSDItuStfid FOfa. I, I 889
RESISTER ElURIHh.d Au|Ult. 1
TELEPHONE EstaSHsM« lune, IMA/
yy. J. CLARK, I). D. 8.
Graduate of one ot the greatest dental
schools in America the dental department
of the University ot Michigan, lias opened
an office in Boom 6 of the Union block. All
work in dentistry can lie performed. Crown
and bridge work a specialty.
(JALBREATH & GOUCHER.
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
M c M innville ,
O kkoon ,
yf ICH AUX & FENTON,
PHYSICIANS ANO SURGEONS.
J. D. BAKER,
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
Office Upstairs in the Garrison Building.
I.W. COWL». LEE LAUGHLIN E. C. APPERSOM
M c M innville ,
T hursday , N ovember
VOL. V. NO. 44
He Saved England's Queen.
but not yet dead, will, when starteil.be
faced type to the effect that tbe re[iort
operated less profitably than heretofore.
la not to be printed before tbe morning of
Th. Curious Lizard that.'leSupyoud tu be
Touching the famous equestrian,
Of course, the questiou whether a fur
a certain day wliieb is named and that
Proof Against Fire.
Andrew Ducrow, no lung the lessee of, THE EXTRAORDINARY OUTPUT ther great output of Bllver is in store
REPORTS OF THE SECRETARIES
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
agent of the press association. Some
“Nobody kuows bow the superetitiou
SON ANO BLOOD TAINT.
of St. Petersburg, who rode six bare
the United States alone, because Mex respecting the supposed fire-proof qual
times the copies which are to lie sent
backed horses at once, there is a curious
ico and South America have mines des
to tbe papers are furnished to the agent
SKeVnu%Lbi)ttl”af SwifVs Specific (S.S. S.)
story, for the authenticity of which I Du« More to th« Construction ol Railroads than tined to be very productive. But there ity of the salamander had its rise,” said
A riystery that la Still Unsolved. Just Now
of tbe press association aud he distrib
Dr. Htejneger, the reptilian expert of
»>»tem Of contagious
wood poison of the very wont type.
is no prospect that they can, under any the Smithsonian institution. “How
the Department Chiefs are Massing their utes them. Sometimes a cabinet offi cannot vouch, but which I tell as it
'' Me b. L oomis , Shrewport, La.
was told to mo more tbau fifty years Ounce ‘Under the Sherman Law.
cer obtains a list of papers served by
Figures tor the Assembling of Congress.
ever, I can give what I think is a pret
quota at any proximate time, and it is ty shrewd guess at it. To explalu, 1
tbe press association and mails tbe ago. Ducrow, so runs the tale, was
Under the spur of the Sherman law as good as certain that they cannot do shall have to tell you a story.
The heads of the government depart copies of the re]>ort direct to them, the milt time the youthful Queen Vic
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
“Once upon a time I was camping
ments are nuay preparing their annual with tbe injunction. In the case of toria, about two months before her cor tbe priee of silver at one time reached this in the next ten or fifteen years.—
L'. Reujauiin Andrew» in the Review of out with a party, huuting and fishing.
rejKirtH. These reports are in some de the report of the secretary of the treas onation, was taking equestrian exer $1.19 per ounce. Silver miners then
SCRO^5JI,A in 1884, and cleansed mv
expected it to go as high as $1.29, nor Review» for November.
We lighted a big fire, using for fuel
gree the foundation of annual message ury it is sometimes considered wise to cises.
did this hope fade until the end of last
old logs. While we were seated
of the president of the United States, send tbe copies to one of the agents of
C. W. W ilcox .
The queen's horse bolted and the
around watching the progress of some
so the heads of the departments have the department—a collector of customs equerries aud grooms failed to stop the June, when th.e tree coinage of silver
Spartanburg, S. C.
The Year's Progress Piade by the United cookery in which we were engaged, a
little time left in which to gather their or a collector of internal revenue. This terrified anima). Ducrow leaped from
young lady at iny side gave a little
ideas together and put them on paper, official holds the report until the day his saddle, seized the horse's bridle, at the same time a lurkiug fear that the
rise might be succeeded by another
scream and poiuted into the flames. I
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
for tbe president's message must be before that named by the secretary. the same time patting the animal's
fall. Iu consequence, all sorts of mines
Then he delivers it to the morning pa
The annual report ot the chief looked, and there was a small lizard
i^'reatise on Blood and Sk‘n Diseases mailed
ready on December oth.
neck and talking to it in that peculiar have been worked, the poorest with
S wift Seacinc Co.. Atlanta. Ga
of the navy bureau of ordnance gives a crawling right out from among the
The department reports are not nec pers and they put it in type aud print soothing tone of hi t which gave him
essarily sent to congress immediately it on the following day. At the same an almost magical mastery over the the best. Waste “dumps” and low goed summary of the year's work in glowing embers. It walked away, un
ou tbe beginning of the session. The time It is furnished to the press associa brute creation. The herse remained grade dumps have been diligently pick the bureau, as well as an estimate for hurt, apparently,through the grassaud
ed over or sorted to glean tbe bits of the next fiscal year, which is $7,145,801 escaped.
most important feature of each report tion at Washington. It happens fre quite quiet, but tumbling vie-
FIRST CLASS TAILOR.
“Now, that salamander had occupied
is the recommendation for appropria quently that the report of the secretary leutly, while iter majesty was assisted “pay” contained, and a large amount of which $0,51X1,000 Is for arming ves
of silver placed on the market at a sels already authorized. Of 453 guns of a hole in eue of the logs used for fuel.
tions; and as this is sent to the secre of the treasury is of sufficient impor to alight aud was conveyed in a car
Shop next door to the cigar factory.
downright lose. It follows that the calibres from fout to thirteen Inches Several species of its kind live in old
tary of the treasury and incorporated tance to be printed in full in all of the riage to Buckingham Palace.
Third St. McMinnville, Oregon
output for the last three years is no which have beeu ordered, 298 are com tree trunks. Doubtless this one found
in his list of estimates, the annual re larger papers. It has happened, too,
Andrew Ducrow's only remark when guide whatever in forming an opinion
pleted, including twenty-five 10 inch; that it was getting uncomfortably hot
ports may be delayed in their delivery as I said, that it has been considered of he was told that the lady whom he as
of how much silver we may expect, if eight 12 inch aud five 13 inch; 188 are and crawled out. Being moist and
to congress without causing much
sisted in her distress was the queen of mining is resumed, to see taken out in
Tbe most famous instance of the
afloat; and forgings for 368 guns have slimy, its body was protected from in
WILSON &. HENDERSON, Props.
England, was simply: “Lawks a mus- future No new transportation facili
been delivered. .The 13 inch guns have jury by the lire long enough to enable
Next to getting an appropiiatiou, the theft of the report of tbe secretary of sy me! Why didn't her blessed maj
ties will be created in the silver min not been tested yet, owing to delays in it to escape through the embers. But
object dearest to the heart of the de tbe treasury was tbe ease of John Sher esty come to me <br her ’osses?” But
mounting. Progress is being made on the sight of the animal deliberately
partment chief is to have some pet law man's anufial report for 1881. Con eight weeks afterward he was as much
The extraordinory siver output since 8 inch nickel steel guns and on the 8 making its appearance from the midst
enacted. It does not always happen gress meets on the first Monday in De astonished as delighted to receive from
1873 is due, more than to any other one inch Hurst guns. Cartridges will here of the firewaH certainly very surprising.
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS, that the head of a department can en cember in each year. On the Saturday Buckingham palace a splendid breast
thing, to tbe construction of the great after be supplied for the 6 inch guns. Any iguorunt person might easily have
preceding the first Monday in Decem
LATEST STYLE RIGGS
pin representing him as a miniature Itocky Mountain lines, the Santa Fe,
Of the small guns for the secondary been led to imagine that the creature
ber, 1881, a newspaper reporter obtain
AND APPOINTMENES. pet scheme. If he can, so much the ed a copy of the report of Secretary courier of St. Petersburg, in gold, bril the Union Pacific, the Denver and Rio batteries, 480 Hotchkiss and Driggs must be fire-proof. It seemed to be
better. But even if he cannot, unless
liants and rubies, while simultaneously Grande, tbe.Colorado Midland and the
guns 360 are finished. Two hundred quite probable that the superstition
it is a grave matter of policy, he is per Sherman. This report was not to from the Lord Chamberlain’s office,
Special Attention Given to
various branches. While the profits of and thirty-seven gun mounts have took its rise from just such occurren
mitted to urge ills hobby. Thus, Post have been published until it had been there arrived two tickets for Westmin
mining did not enter appreciably into been completed.
master-General Wannamoker put for presented to congress. Copies of it had ster Abbey for Mr. and Mrs. Ducrow to
Third Street, Between E and F, McMinn
the motive for building our transconti
Smokeless powder is uot yet suitable
“There are so many speciecs of sala
ward in each one of his annual reports
witness the pageant of the coronation. nental railwuys, yet when they were
for regular use, but large quantities of manders that a description of them all
the desirability of establishing a postal in advance, but under a strict pledge. —Sala’» Journal
brown powder are supplied by the Cal would fill a book. They are to be found
savings bunk and tbe advantages of How tbe correspondent obtained it
out branches from them into any par ifornia powder company, of Santa Cruz all over the world, except in very cold
Secured His Friend Epaulets.
government control ef the telegraph. copy of the report has always been a
ticular locality where “pay mineral” and by Du Pont & Co., who have also
In a popular sense, the
Another subject urged on congress liy mystery. He refuses to reveal even at
Proprietors of The McMinnville
An anecdote is related of Admiral may lie found. The railways tributary supplied 50,000 pounds of gun cotton. name ‘salamander’ is applied to all ba-
tlie postmaster-general under tbe last this day. I asked him about it a .few
The treatment of small calibre projec trachians with tails. That is rather a
administration, and one which met nights ago.
"The report of the secretary of the Russian squadron lately visiting Tou ling for their existence. Each of them tiles by the Harvey process has proved loose definition. A tadpole is a batrach-
with more favor than the two first
TILE named, was the proposition to make treasury and the annual message of the lon. When, many yeats ago, he« was will be fortunate net to be in a receiv very satisfactory. Experiments are be ian with a tail, but it is not a salaman
cruising in the Baltic as midshipman, er’s hands by New Years. Whether ing conducted in firing shells from der. The great majority of salaman
lottery matter unmailable. This was president were set up and printed at
Situated at the Southwest corner of the
the braneh.of the government printing among the men on board his ship was such misfortune impends or not, they high-power guns charged with gun ders are smnll, such as newts, found in
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
a former captain of a man-ef-war“brok- cannot in the near future lie iu any cotton and fulminate.
springs. The biggest species in this
President Harrison, but was made the office in the treasury department build
Contracts for 6,849 tons of armor have country is the so-called ‘mud-eel,’ or
ing that year,” said tbe correspondent. en” for insulting an admiral and re condition to undertake new construc
First-Class Drain Tile
subject of a special letter to congress.
tion. Indeed, they have not been for been made during the year and the ‘riren.’ It has only two feet, just be
Tbe importance of the policy of a de “Tbe report of tlie secretary got out duced to a common seaman.
The young ofllar considered it a sa months past. Neither for love nor for plants have been enlarged te admit of hind the head, and it has external
kept constantly on band at lowest living partment chief as expressed in his an on Saturday and was printed Sunday.
cred duty to treat this unfortunate man money has it been prissible lately te get delivering the armor more rapidly. By when fully developed, which is an ex
DERBY & BOYER,
nual report is not usually a matter of The message of the president got out
with all the kindness consistent with one of them to extend its mileage in the new arrangements armor can be ception to the rule among salaman
such moment that there is a struggle Sunday and it was printed Monday
the regulations and to try everything the interest of any mining district. Af supplied as fast as needed to tbe vessala ders.
to get a copy of a report in advance. morning. They discharged a man
to start him afresh on .his career. A ter it was known that the Creede ores in the shipyards. The armor, both the
“The biggest salamander in the
But there have been times when the named Barringer front tlie printing of
pardon could be granted only for au were very rich, the Denver and Rio nickle-steel and the Harveyized, con word is found in Japan. It attains a
policy of the treasury department on
Grande, already running within fifteen tinues excellent In quality. A number length of two feet aud is related to the
financial questions has been of such to be a friend of mine. He was rein act of bravery.
Marble and Granite importance that great efforts have been stated aud is working in the govern “Next time a storm comes on,” Ave miles of the place, absolutely refused to of new Howell and Whitehead torpe “hell-bender.” Most salamanders live
lan said to the ex-captain, “I will drop extend its rails thither. Private capi does have been received. The difficulty on insects, but the very large kinds eat
to obtain advance news of the secreta ment printing office today. Some one
into the sea as if by accident. You will tal had to make the connection and with tbe main valve of the pneumatic pretty nearly everything, as a general
ry's recommendation. Often the prop
OtniTCT, MASS. ositions in the annual report of the time afterward that copies of the re jump in after me and thus win epau agree to take pay in freight. This lit guns of the Vesuvius is not overcome, rule.”
tle railway brought the Denver and and Commodore Sampson recommends
treasury will have an effect on the port and the message were lying lets.”
Odd Old Goettingen.
Tills was agreed upon. Some days Rio Grande $1,100,000 in freight alone that the $450,000 appropriated for a sim'
around tlie executive offices for days
B ranch Y ard —“Holl’s Old
later, in a squall, the cry was heard “A last year, a very important part of that ilar vessel be used to build four torpedo
sentatives of Wall street would give
There are other things in Goetting
road’s total earnings. If there has been boats instead. The report shows that
large sums to obtain this advance news. body could have bad one by slipping
such hesitation in tlie recent past, what the Bureau of Ordnance is making sub en besides its university to entitle it to
Oregon. Much money has been paid for the re- it under his coat and carrying it away.
a visit from those who are looking for
captain jumped over the ship's side’ hope is there of new roads now?
|iort of the secretary of the treasury in I am not saying how I got a copy, but
interesting places to stop at The city
What may lie called the “topograph
Are prepared to do Cemetery work iu advance of its regular publication and I got it, and I made up a syndicate of but he was a poor swimmer, and in
is old, and that with many people, is a
Remedial Use of Apples.
all its branches at bottom prices. Any
great recommendation. It is older than
one needing work of this kind will do some of it has been paid by newspapers. three papers—one in New York, one in life to the latter. In due course the ing more adverse. Tlie prospect of dis
A small part, comparatively, of the Cincinnatti and one in Chicago—
well to call and examine their stock
Chemically the apple is composed of its university by 700 or 800 years. Net
covering new silver camps in the Unit vegetable fiber, albumen, sugar, gum
and get prices before going elsewhere. report of a department chief is his indi which paid me $750 for the story.”
only this, but it bears the marks of its
Tbe man who was in charge of one and the ex-captain was restored to bis ed States is exceedingly slight, If chloropliyl, malic acid, gallic acid,lime age. It is unlike many other German
vidual work. The greater portion of
it is prepared by the bureau chiefs. If of the press associations at Washing
and much water. Furthermore, the cities in this respect. Some are older,
The captain is now an admiral. The
you look through one of tbe annual re ton in 1881 has told me frequently.'his other day he celebrated the fiftieth an will certainly be so remote as to .make German analysts say that the apple of course; but, .being destroyed by tire
ports and study its hundred of closely experience with this stolen report. niversary of his entrance into the ser the cost of development equal to or in contains a larger percentage of phos or wrecked by seige, they have lieen re
BEST IM THE WOULD.
printed pages and its elaborate statis There is an “underground” route for vice by giving a dinner, to which Ad excess of the reward. The production phorus than any other fruit or vegeta built with the bare exception of their
Ita wearing qualities are unsurpassed, actually
tical tables, you will realize the impos news in telegraph offices—possibly the miral Avelan was invited, and in the of tbe future must come mainly from ble. The phosphorus is admirably eathedrals, perhaps, and a few other
outlasting two boxes of any other brand. Not
affected by heat. LFGET THE GEXUNK.
sibility of anyone man taking all of the outgrowth of the strong fellowship be course of an after-dinner speecli he mines or districts now known. But adapted for renewing the essential ner landmarks until they look as good as
FOR SALE BY DEALERS GENERALLY. Jfyf
matters in hand and treating them as tween operators—and It was not long publicly thanked bis junior colleague not only are many of these, and those vous matter—lecithin—of the brain and new. Not so with Goettingen.
they are treated. It is only when tbe before the associated press agent kpew for having opened to him the path of among the richest, like the Comstoek spinal cord. It is, perhaps, for the
Until within the last twenty years
Lode, worked out; but the ones still same reason, rudely understood, that
work of a bureau is of the utmost im that these three papers had copies of honor.— London News..
the city stood alone exactly as it did in
portance, or there is a policy to frame the report of the secretary of the treas
old Scandinavian traditions represent the old days. Recently many new
the Smuggler and tbe Aspen, at Aspen
in connection with it, that the depart ury, and would publish it the next
the apple as the food of the gods, who, buildings have been erected and other
Col., and the mines of Leadville, must
ment chief takes a hand. For exam morning. It was very late when the
when they felt themselves to lie grow changes effected, but these have beeu
WHY? Because he follows these
ple, the marine hospital bureau might news came to him, and hurried to the
ing feeble and infirm, resorted to this mostly outside the wall, so that the
rules: *' Keep the head cool, the feet
have gone en undisturbed for many home of Secretary Sherman, to find it
fruit, renewing their powers of mind middle of the city is practically aa it
warm, and the bowels open.” You
vulgarity and refinement of jewels. ter and depth. Ore that runs from ¿0
years if the fear of cholera had not wrapped in darkness. He rang tbe
and body. Also, the aeids of the apple was. The streets are as crooked as they
can have a clear head and live to be
to 100 ounces per ton is usually classed
drawn attention sharply last year to bell for some time, and almost despair He maintains that when they fit the
are of singular use to men of sedentary used to be. The houses are as low, as
ninety if you do the same thing.
particular woman who wears them as “low grade.” “Good ore” runs from
quarantine laws. Immediately Secre ed of getting an answer. But after
habits, whose livers are sluggish in ac irregular in structure, as peaked of roof,
When the bowels fail to move dur
ing the day take on retiring two
tary Foster took personal charge of awhile Secretary Sherman stuck his
tion, those acids serving to eliminate as odly carved and painted on the out
are a vulgar advertisement of the hus 100 ounces are high grade ores. All
Smith’s Small Bile Beans. Their
marine hospital matters. He called head out of the second story window.
from the body noxious matters, which, side and as full of fleas on the inside
action is so mild that you are not
“May I speak to you, Mr. Secretary band’s business. True refinement, he but universally, silver ores grow poorer if retained, would make the brain hea as they ever were. In all these things
tbe surgeon-general into consultation,
aware of it. All day your mi nd will
issued explicit directions over his own on a matter of the greatest impor
vy and dull, or bring about jaundice or the Goettingers seem to take a deal of
be clear and cool. "Not a gripe in a
making gems by chemical formation the exceptions are rare and marked.
skin eruptions and other allied trou pride, and they try to keep the place in
signature for tlie enforcement of the tance?” said bis visitor.
barrel of them.” A«k for »mall site.
“What is it,” said the secretary who has been discovered.
law and made the whole subject the
bles. Some such experience must have statu quo as near as they can.— Phila
Take no substitute for SMITH’S
Then they will be combined and important falling ofl' in silver value,
basis of urgent recommendations to was not in the very best humor.
led to the custom of taking apple sauce delphia Telegraph.
and they are apt to prove more and more
congress for amendments to the quar
“Some of the papers have your re
and refractory until at last they do not pay with roast pork, rich goose and like
Salary of Payne.
antine law. Secretary Carlisle is so port in type and will print it tomorrow
say: for smelting. This has been the case dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples,
to know If
much absorbed in the currency ques morning; I want
either raw or cooked, will neutralize
When John Howard Payne, the au
“Oh, I no longer wear my necklace at tbe famous Broken Hills mine in
tion that it is doubtful if he has time to you will let me release itjto the papers
any excess of chalky matter, engender thor of “Home, Sweet Home,” died in
since they have had diamond door Australia. After having for some time
give any personal attention to the ma of my association?”
ed by eating too much meat. It is also Tunis in 1852 the government owed
knobs on the tlathouse opposite. I yielded over 12,000,000 ounces of silver
rine hospital question. He will proba
the fact that such ripe fruits as the ap- him $205.92 salary as consul at that
“You must be mistaken,” said the
now wear this wonderful piece of fila
bly accept the report of the surgeon secretary. “It is impossible that any
Fle, the pear and the plum,when taken place. It has been owing it ever since.
gree I had In my drawer so long and associated with zinc and other sulphide
ripe and without sugar, diminish acid Payne’s heirs are now trying to get
Notice is hereby given that tbe nnder- general and ineoporateit in his own. one should have got my report. No,
signed has been duly appointed assignee of In much the same way the secretary you can't release it until the appointed
ity in the stomach, rather than pro congress to make an appropriation to
the estate of W. H. Harrison, an insolvent
have been using diamonds as head At greater depths the ore of the “A. Y.
debtor of Yamhill county. Oregon. All of the treasury and every other cabinet time. It would be eminently improper lights on the cable-cars, I have brought and Minnie” mine at Leadville, Col., voke it. Their vegetable sauces and discharge the obligation.
person-, therefore, having any claims officer or deputy cabinet officer signs in me to make my report public before
juices are converted into alkaline car
If compound interest should be
out those Jeypore enamels from I ndla showed the same refractory character
against said estate are hereby notiHed anil
bonates, which tend to counteract acid reckoned on the sum for the forty-oue
required to present them to me duly veri his name, perhaps hundreds of times, it has been delivered to congress.”
as those at Broken Hills. Three years
fied at the law office of McCain Magers, each day to documents which he has
ity.— North Ameiican Practitioner.
Tbe press agent pleaded, but he
years that have elapsed the heirs of the
ago it was one of the most productive
at ’.McMinnville. Oregon, within three not examined.
The third assistant pleaded in vain. All of his arguments museum.”— New Fork World.
poet would receive a comfortable for
months from this 23d day of November. A.
silver properties In the country, yet be
i postmaster-general told me one day were unavailing. The more he tried to
Not a Boy at All.
Copied a Newspaper on a Postal.
tune. However, the bill that has bees
fore the recent crisis it had been aban-
W m . M. C iuhsmam ,
introduced for their relief only appro
Assignee of said Estate. that if lie examined the documents show the secretary how vitally Impor
A niau and a boy on wheels in Gram ! doHed on account of tbe zinc and other
Some time ago a Paris paper offered priates the amount of the original
which came to him for signature lie tant it was that all the papers should
M c C ain A M aguí ¡ML
a prize for the best specimen of micro claim, $2115.92, which is not enough to
Attorneys for said Estate.
would not have time for any thing have the report at the same time, the mercy Park tlie other day were notice
come associated at depth.
scopic handwriting, and several won
more Impatient the secretary grew. able because of their different styles of
The smelting even of good ores is be derful examples of skill with tlie pen fight ever. The government does not
Each of the chiefs prepares his own He even refused to believe that if three dress, the former wearing an ordinary
allow interest on unclaimed money left
report to tbe secretary. I have before papers in the principal cities of the business suit, while the boy, a bright coming more and more costly and lli« were sent in by competitors. The win in its possession.
me the report of a director of the mint United State-« published tbe report in faced young fellow, made an attractive advance in cost appears certain to con ner of the prize was a man who had
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
whieh covers ferty-nine printed pages, advance the other papers in those cit picture in a regular bicycle suit— tinue. Another large item in the eest copied out in full on a post card the
and the table in the appendix fills 150 ies would give it but scant space. knickerbockers, leather leggins, a short, of silver, one which a “tenderfoot” contents of tbe first two pages of a big
Mr. W. H. Hurlburt, A. G. P. A.,
pages more. These reports are made Presently he gave a very decisive nega coat buttoned to the chin and a cap. A would be quite sure to overlook, Is the newspaper. Another candidate ingen Union Pacific system, Portland, Ore.,
public long before the reports of the tive and cloned the window. Then the number of pass.ru by stopped to look cost of timber indispensable for keep iously alluding to tbe famous incident, has Just received a supply of books
beads of departments are written. press agent went sadly back to his of at him and followed the couple with ing open shafts and drifts as tbe work wrote on an egg an account of the cn- called “Gun Club Rules aud Revised
A third submitted Game Laws.” This publication con
Many ef them have already been pub fice and notified his papers that al their eyes as they passed out of sight, of mining proceed*. The whole country reer of f'olumbvs
lished. The manner of giving them though they were to be “scooped" on for a closer view revealed not a bey, in tbe vicinity of the mines has lieen the 19,060 words of Francois Copper's tains a digest of the laws relating to
to the public is to give a copy or syn the report of Secretary Sherman the but a w oman, who seemed to be thor stripped bare of trees. Looking in ev novel of “Henrietta” written on the game in tbe western states and territo
ery direction from Leadville one sees bock of a cabinet photograph.
Ansrresable Laxative and NERVE TONIC. opsis te each of the press
asso ■ext morning, and although he had oughly enjoying herself.
ries. Mr. Hurlburt will be glad to
Sold by Dnintriateor «ent by mall. Sc., 40c.,
Wheelwomen seem to have accepted hardly a tree six inches in diameter.
and 11.00 per package. Sampica free._____
a copy of the secretary's report in his
mail you ene of the books upon receipt
wX wrbTbe Favorite TOOTS KVBU
at a Jump innovations that dress re 1 For several year» hardly a silver mine
The report of a cabinet officer is han desk, he was powerless to help them.
HOfortb. Teeth and Bream. Xw
oeen i long cure, ,B for “le
”*• P^het of t wo cents to cover postage.
dled in a different way. The officer,, ‘ • It happens almost every year that formers have been trying for years te In the country, rich or poor, has I been
W. id. MlRI.Ht'KT.
Mines I ire contains 25 doses, only 25c. Chil-
if he be clever, will arrange to have his some newspaper breaks faith and pub bring into favor. A number of New operated in a healthy manner. 1-------
8. Howorth 4 Co.
Facta at Druggists.
re|x>rt given to the public on a Monday lishes one of tbe annual reports pre York women have adopted costumes
*?d for all they could be made to
maturely. You may count it as almost
Awarded Highest Honors—Worlds Fair.
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co.
that it Is not brought out in conflict certain that if one paper “scoops” an ers, not so radical, wear the divided yield for the month or year. Instead of
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with that of any other cabinet officer. other on one of these reports it is be
Two Through Train* Daily.
e fear that silver might
The idea of having the report printed cause the paper in dh*hone«t. It has
A Rochester man has devised a plan fall.
enormously and abnor-'
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happened once or twice that It haa bv which a trolley street car can be
lWp 7 -Ìi-ll-
a. P.,,1 er
SOOD papers usually have less news to print
molly swollen the product. I venture
ar 8 00a
stopped almost Instantaneously, or to say that half or more of tbe mines
ar 11 10a
10 30a 4 . 06p|lv
4 30p than the papers of other week days, 1 ene of the preen aaanciation« that a pre-
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within a «pace of three feet, while the recently In work have thus been made
Chicago l’i 500p;ll 45p and the Sunday papers are so crowded 1 mature publication would be made,
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(Bal I ar Chicaro
car is going at full speed. As he omits, to yield more per year than they can
Tickets »old and bag»»«» clieckeii tlirongà ' with “feature” matter that it is difficult and sometimes a cabinet officer Is more
however, adds the Railway Review, to by any possibility ever yield ■gain.
to all points in the Vailed State» and Cana
da. cfose eennecMon ffidde in Oicagn with te find apace for anything so dry as tbe open to conviction than Secretary Hber-1 provide for stopping the passengers, It Among the very mines overwrought in
report of a government department.
all train» goinn Hast and South.
man was and releases bls report iri ad no more than fair to presume that they
this way many have been kept open at
For full information appi» to vonr near
The cabinet offiert has his report put vance of the time agreed upon.
est ticket srent or to
... in type at the government printing of
a loss, tbe proprietors having toiled on,
G eorge G rantham B ain
Gen. Pa*«, and Tkk Agt. Chicago*. Ill
In Dakota with a foor-herse gang hoping te make their torn a little less
fice and a certain number of copies run
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
plow, from six to seven acres a day Is
off. At tbe head of the first pegs of
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
have ceased; while many mines, closed
I each copy is an injunction in black-
THEY JUST LEAK OUT
THE CITY STABLES.
Paid up Capital, $50,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Deposits Received Subject to Check
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Sell sight exchange and telegraphic trans
fer* on New York, San Francisco and Port
Collections made on all accessible points.
Office hours from 9 a. in. to 4 p m.
BOOTH h. LAMBRIGHT,
Livery, Feed, Sale !
mSH ASD CURED MEATS, TISH, ÍK
Highest cash price paid for Dressed Meats
Hides and Poultry. Market on Third St.
near C. Give us a call.
Manufactures and Deals iu
Anil «ells them cheaper than any other
dealer in the Valley. My all home-made
harness is tbe favorite with all who have
Give me a call and get prices.
M c M innville
TRUCK AND DRAY CO.,
COULTER * WRIGHT, Proprietors
Goods ot all descriptions moved and care
ful handling guaranteed. . Collections will
be made monthly Hauling of ail kinds
yy. M. RAMSEY,
p W. FENTON,
Office, Rooms 1 and 2 Union Block.
THE COMMERCIAL STABLEI
Gates & Henry, Props.
Livery, Feed and Sale !
Special Accommodations fo? Commercial
Corner Second and E Streets, one block
from Cooks hotel.
J. F. FORD,
Of Des Moines. Iowa, writes under date of
March 23. 1893:
8. B. M ed . M fo . C o .,
On arriving home last week, I
found all well and anxiouslyawivit-
ing. Our little girl, eight and one-
half years old, who hail wasted
away to 38 pounds, is now well and
vigorous, and well fleshed up. 8. B.
Cough Cure has done its work well.
Both of the children like it. Your
8. B. Cough Cure has cured and
kept away all hoarseness from me.
Bo give it to every one, with greet
ing for all. Wishing you prosperi
ty. we are Yours,
M r . & M r «. J. F. F ord .
If von wish to feel fresh and cheerful.and
ready for the Spring's work, cleanse yonr
system with the Headache and Livet cure,
hv taking two or three iloties a week.
At 50 cents a bottle by all driiggi’te. Held
under a positive guarantee by Rogers Bros.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE .«»'Ws.
Ibpi«nrjh«l aeri ta“*
B. JACOBSON, SfcMINNVILLE
QUALEY & HENDERSON,
A clear Head
Wisconsin Central Lines.