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SCIO, OREGON, AUGUST 30,1890.
THE CITY OFFICIALS :
..O. S. MAY.
,. JACK BILYEU.
w. dillky .
,...s. 1. shore .
......S. M. DANIEL.
........... II. SHELTON.
......... W. BRENNER.
City Council meets on tl|G
Scio Fire Department.
Chief Engineer,............... O. S, May.
Assistant Engineer.,.,„,.,R. Shelton.
H ook * L adder C o , N o .- 1,
President....,,,..,,, G. W> Urtnsaker.
Secretary..N. C. Myers.
Ast....... ................... M. M. Peery.
Delegates: J. R. Gill, G. \V. Mor
row, G. W. Hunsaker, W, M- Ab
bott, M. E. Bilyeu.
H® sm C ompany N o . 1.
* Secretary..Frank Gill.
Treasurer.,T. W. Dilley.
Fore man.,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,. Sa to Shores.
pelegnte«--WiU Brenner, R. Shel
ton, Ateliie Johnson, S. I. Shores,
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I. O. O. F.—JDierdoff Lodge No. 54,
Riley Shelton, N. G. Meets Wed
nesday evenings at § o’clock.
A. F. & A. M-—Scio Lodge No. 39,
Dr. E. O. Hyde, Master. Meets each
Saturday on or before the full moon
tn each month.
A. O. U. W.—Scio Lodge No. 36,
N- Crabtree, M. W., meets on the 1st
»nd 2d Mondays in each month.
M. E. Church—Rev. W. Hurlburt,
pastor ; services on 4th Sunday of
each month. Cumberland Presbyte
rian Church. Rev, N. L. New, pas
tor ; services, 3d Sunday in each
month. Missionary Baptists, Rev.
G. Sperry, pastor } services 2d Sun
day in each month. Primitive Bap
tists, Elder John Stipp, pastor ; ser
vices 1st Sunday in each month.
Christian Church-—Elder Bonnell,
pastor ; services 1st Sunday in each
Union Sunday School—In the M.
E. Church, every Sunday afternoon
at thre*> o’clock
Wheat, 67 cts per bu.
The plaster work on the new bank
Preston’s “Hed-Ake” is a specific
Immediate relief by using Pres
The foundation for the new city
hall is being built.
Hop picking will be commenced
pt Goins’ hop yard next Monday.
Miss Laura Myers is at Albany
this week one a visit,
A. J- Bilyeu, our marshall, was
over to Albany Tuesday.
Ollie Housten and Joe Carey were
over to Albany Monday.
Thompsou & Overman» the lead
ing harness makers, Albany.
Work on the Jefferson bridge is
progressing in a favorable manner.
Mr. Geo. Ray of Prineville, is
visiting frinds and relatives in this
Clay Myers bought out the
harness shop last week froip A. J.
James Bilyeu of the Albany
prarie, spent Saturday and Sunday
in oiir city.
The largest stock of harness and
saddles in the valley at Thompson &
jJ. M. Moyer, of the Brownsville
Woolen Mills was in our city the
first of the week on a visit.
Yamhill county horses are suffer
ing from the distemper, nearly all
being affected with it more or less.
It cures headache only—Preston’s
Mr.’ James Boyle, of Mill City,
has a camp near this city, where he
Intends shaving hazel hoops for bar
T, W. Dilley is having the build
ing adjoining his store, that was
partly damaged by fire last Spring
AMarge invoice of those justly cel
ebrated Monitor stoves and ranges
just received at Smith & Senders,
The attention of our readers is di
rected to the ad of S. M. Daniel in
another column. He meafts busi
ness Call and see him.
li you have headache try Preston’s
Diphtheria is spreading some
what at Tangent. Three deaths
bo far have resulted.
It is to
be hoped that it will not become
Thos. Baldwin, cashier of the
Prineville bank, arrived in Scio last
Saturday. He was kept quite busy
for a while shaking hands with,
and greeting old friends,
¡Cures while you wait—Preston’s
D. Mansfield, a former well and
favorably known resident of Albany
but now of Portland, has had a
stroke of paralysis, which was So
sévere that death will probably re
Subscribe for the P ress .
Miss Ella Carey apd Mrs
THS OREGON STATE FAIR.
Sure cure^—Presion’s ‘-‘lied-Ake.” Sutherland start to-day for McMinn
Last Saturday evening Mr, Fred
Hop tickets printed at this office. ville. They expect Id b? gone till Digest of the Premiuni List and jiftles Brining, who Jives a few miles out,
came to town in quite a hurry, and
If fails, money refunded; Preston’s | Monday. Miss Gappy While there
-—The Mousy Appropri&tod.
inquired for Marshall Bilyeu. The
will perfect arrangements for her
The thirtieth annual exhibition of marhall was soon found aud Mr.Brin
Why suffer? Preston’s “Iled-
the Oregon State Agricultural So- i ing requested him to accompany
lege where she has attended for the
Ake.” will cure you.
will be held at Sftlem, begin him home, that a crazy man was
past two Years. She will complete
Mr. Thomas Baldwin returned to her prescribed course, the present ning Monday, September 15th. The there and would not go away7., Mar
pis home Pjrinav JIs Ihj. wek.
year, and be a member of the grad state appropriates $3000 annually for shall Bilyeu, secured a hack and tak
premiums, and in all about $15,000 ing two men proceeded to the scene
Got) Thompson & Overman, Al uating class next June,
in cash premiums will be distributed. to the disturbance, and with out any
bany, for your saddles and harness.
Chief Engineer Barr of Albany
The undersigned will sell his entire stock of General Merchandise ; eon
Henry Bilyeu of this city started has completed tho survey of the Entries may be made with the sec great trouble pursiiadej the befud sisting „f
1A.... Goods, rs...
Boots and I Shoes, Mens Furtlish-illg Goods
retary at Salem flip sis days before dled gentleman to accompany them
for bunch grass Wednesday morn Albany and Astoria railroad. ITe
cash or produce.
the fair,-and for three days before
If vou are looking for bargains this is vour chance ; FOR IT IS MON-
reports the route to be an easy one. the fair on the State Fair grounds back to town where he was secure EY WE WANT AND MONEY WE MUST HAVE, Cotne everybody;
Mr. W, H. Cyrus of Prineville is It is rumored that the engineers of neat' SuJem, Entries close on Mon ly locked up. Mr. Brining stated ear’y, often, and late, and make your stleetions before the best goods are
visiting friends and relatives in this road will aoon commence set day, the first day of the fair at 7 R. that tlje man had come io bis bouse all gone. Please remember that this is strictly a casli sale and all goods
on account will be sold at regular rates.
ting grade stakes, and that the m . and artii'les must be in place to the day before, (Friday) and insisted sold
Of those who arg owing me I would kindly ask that you favor me .with
All the presidents of the United work of actual construction will be exhibit by 10 a , x , on that day. The upon slaying all night with them. a settlement as soon as possible for I must have money to buy more goods.
During the night he got up from
States except Washington have lived soon commenced.
rules forbid any licensed dance- his bed and exainnied nearly every jYour special attention is called to the fact that we are again agent for
the celebrated BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN GOODS; which weare. sell
in the White house,
Monmouth is experiencing quite hou-e, gambling arrangement, or room:iu his, (Brinings) house, went ing at much lov/cr prices than eyer before, Call and examine our stock
W, K, Temple, one of the sub a building boom. The completion improper or immoral entertainment out of doors to where a pile of before making your purchases elsewhere,
stantial farmers of Center precinct and operation of the motor line bo or exhibition. Wheels of chance, rocks were lying, and throwed them
S. M. D aniel & Co.
was in oqr city Wednesday,
tween that cits7"and Independence, lotteries, monstrosities or deformed to the other side of th« fence. This
The Lebanon Express says fifteen has caused property to advance 106
with several other-peculiar actions’
houses are to be built there as soon percent, in value in the past two or The Oregon State Board of Agri and the refusal to leave the house,
as the carpenters can get to work.
three months. Applications of stu culture is composed of J. T, Ap- caused Mr. Brining to call on the
A new sidewalk lias been con dents at the State Normal School peison, Oregon City; T, G, Rich Marshall for aid. Upon being ques
structed along side of the burnt dis were never so numerous as this mond, Dallas; V, B. D^Lashmutt, tioned the crazy7 man said that hi.-
A. F. Miller, R. E, Bybee, Port name was Kent, ^nd tbiit lie left
trict, a much needed improvement. year.
Wm. Galloway, McMinnville: the inanes assylum at Salem last
A machine lias been Invented for
At ton years of age a boy thinks
drilling square, oblong or hexagonal his father knows a great, deal, at D. S. K. Buick, Roseburg; T. L. Wednesday.
holes, heretofore found impossible. fifteen, he knows as much as,his Davison, John C. Wright, Salem: Kent’s clothing Mr. Bilyeu found
D. II. Looney, Jefferson; J. B. Kee the name B. W. Kent, also the figure
Mr. Hartley Pennebaker of father: at-twenty, he knows twice as ney, Pendleton.
Salem, formerly an old resident of much: at thirty, he is willing to take The officers for the present year 2 supposed to be the ward number.
Scio, spent the Sabbath in our town. his advice: at forty, he begins to are: D. II. Looney, Jefferson, pres On Monday ■ the unfortunate man
was taken back to the asylun from
Mr. John Cary7 formerly pro think his father knows something ident ; Wm. Gplloway, McMinn which he evidently had escaped. ,
prietor of the harness shop in this after all: at fifty he begins to seek ville, vice-president ; I. T. Gregg,
And everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING line,
city, left for Sprague, Wash., last his advice: at sixty^after his father secretary7, A. Bush, treasurer, Salem;
is dead—he thinks he was the smart J. Q. Wilson, Salem, chief marshall;
than at Portland. All work done with neatness and dispatch.
est man that ever lived.
Send in your orders,
E. M. Waite, Salem, marshal of pa- some speciments of gold bearing
Copies of the P ress neatly7 in
closed in Wrappers, ready7 for mail T. J. Anderson, who was arrested vilion,
quartz, by Mr M. V, Bilyeu of this Office and Salesroom
Under the heading, of trials of city, that is claimed to be very rich.
ing, for Sale at this office. Just the on Saturday, on complaint of Mr.
thing to send to a friend. Price five Randall, a hired man who had sued speed there are seven trotting and The claim is well founded for an
him for wages, charged with per- seven running horse- races. There inexperinced person could literally
jqry, was taken before Justice Wyatt
G. W. Wilson has erected a dwell this morning, waived exexamina are purses of $6000 offered, to be see the gold sticking out of the spec
ing over at Shelburn, the Junction of tion, and was held under $500 bonds competed for under the national imens. Mr Bilyeu brought the, rock
down from his ledge Reni7- Quartz-
the Oregonian and Oregon Pacific to await the action of the grand jury. rule.
ville where he claimed there was
railroads. What does it mean I He furnished bonds and was dis-
an array of figures tliat no branch of hundreds of tons of quart® equally OREGON DEVELOPMENT CO’S STEAMERS
Industry7 is without liberal and intel as rich. Assays have been made
SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA. FREIGHT' AND FARES THE LOWEST..
Joseph Webber, of Albany is
from rock from this ledge that are Acaom.in>eidktions nns’.Ti’nassed for comfort nn^, safety. Fares anil freights \ itv Yaq,vtiufii an<?
We give our readers in this issue ligent recognition,
Oregon DcvclopHH'nt (?0's steamsftTps mqieh Jess than by any other route between all
thought to be the oldest volunteer a 7-column folio journal, 28 col
almost fabulous In theyield per ton points
in tl^o Willanmtte-\ralley and Slvn Frano-i^-
fin as* Jay
fireman in the State. He was a umns in all. If you think the paper
A Galejat ,Dae:’,
indicated. This week the Albany Leave'fiv I’irlna-af G:-r'A. yi. Pas?»e:»g
Lea,ve Corvallis at 10.-35 A M.
Arrrivd at, Alban;
member of the old San Francisco merits your support, subseibe for iS
Leave Corvallis at 1:40 p . M;
Arrive at Yaquin
Thursday as Ev. Bilyeu was driv Milling and Mining company will L»‘ave .%ibi4)Dy .at 1:00 p. m .
Oregon & < idffoimia ¡mins oquhectat Albany and Corvallis.
. O’. (
volunteer fire department.
Act’g G. F. & PkAgt., Cm
If your name has been placed on lhe ing in the neighborhood of Provi taken mill to their ledge, which is WM. M. HOAG, (General Maniiv.'i^
Benny Kester, a 13-year-old Salem subscription list before this, then dence church, he met a four horse
boy, fell into a fire cistern that was use your influence to have your team running away. In the wagon sock is from, and a working test
First Class atcamshin Lino between YAQUIj?A and? SAVN- FRANCISCO, connecting at Ym-
being dug last Saturday. His right friends subseibe. We intend to was a woman and child the woman will soon be made. There is not quina
with thotra n*»ofi.h.e Oregon Pacific Rmti’oad Coanpany. The Coin pa ny re^n;Ves the-
wrist was broken and he was badly7 give you a local paper of which you being so frightened that she made much doubt as- to the largest and right to> to change sail dnys.. O. IL HASWELL, ¿rem F'. F'. X>g-t.. Montgoinery M,, & F.-CaL
PACIFIC ST KAM BOATS’on t he Willaniettc River Division will leave Portland
will not be ashamed, and one that
bruised about the head and hips.
sou.h bound, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 a . M.; arrive at Corvallis Tuesday,
Bilyeu is a man, evidently of quick northwest being in and around Thursday
a;nd Saturday at 3:30 p . M,..........Leave Corvallis, north bon n-1, Monday, Wednesir
Walter Bilyeu youngest son of
and Friday at 8 A. M
....;. Arrive nt Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Salnrday at
thought and action ; for in a less Quartzville, and upon the eve of be day i P.
M*..................On Monday. Wednesday and Friday, both north and stSnth bound’beats lie
W. R. Bilyeu, of Albany, while Mr. Fielding J. Denny is erect space of time than you are reading ing actively7 worked. The Albany 3:3
over night at Salem, leaving there at 6 A. M.
C. C. IIOGL'E,. A.G. F. 1?. Agent. InA
riding in a “merry-go-round” on ing quite a comomodious Ware this item he wheeled his own team company have a force of 15 men at
Sunday evening, had the misfortune house at Munkers station for the out of the road, tied them up and work now and as soon as their mill
purpose of handling cr storing his was ready to jump into the runaway is in this force will no- doubt be in
to fall off and break his left arm..
crops of potatoes in. The cap wagon as it passed him. Shortly7 creased.
The steamer Willamette Valley
will sail from Yaquina for San fran acity of the building will be about, before the team reached him one of
White Sulphor Springs.
cisco as follows: August 6th, 16th 7000 bushels. The walls will be the wheel horses jumped into the
Sometime during the past three
leadbars which slacked their speed months, some springs were dis
and ,26th. From San Francisco to
Yaquiua: Angtist 1st, 11th, 21st and filled with sawdust to prevent the somewhat and Mr. Bilyeu was thus covered on land belonging to Mr.
tubers from freezing. We under- enabled to get into the wttgon. The
that he will handle crops for others team belonged to a man by the George Frost lying some six miles PICTURE' FRAMES, WINDOW SHADES, MIRRORS, BRACKETS,
dast of Scio on Thomas creek, that
We have made arrangements by as well as his own.
name of King, who seeing a brood
upon examination proved to be
which we will be enabled to give
ETC., ETC... ETC., ’
The sixteen year old son of John of young grouse by the roadside had strongly impregnated with sulphur.
the Albany price current for wheat
stopped the team tying the lines to Last Sunday afternoon, by in
Farmers can rely, on our quotations Mimbs, of Dublin Ga., died a Ray or
the brake bar, and eommenced vitation of Mr. P, O. Smith we ac*
as they will be corrected every
throwing stones at the grouse. The companied him on a visit to them.
JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES..
an umbrella, which lodged in his team.becoming frightened and start We found several springs, from two
The new art gallery has so far throat and remained there nntil his ed. . They were pretty badly scared
Moldings for picture frames a specialty, ail new desig
progressed, that Mr.'Harnish an death. It is said that the poison as it required a ujite in distance for of which, the water was flowing
and sold at popular prices.
nounces that he will he ready to from the brass caused his death. Mr. Bilyeu to stop them in. The
make your picture by Monday, Sep. People must- get very hungry in owner of the team was very gratful strongly of sulpur. Several persons
who Jiavo drank of the waters of the
8. on that date he will commence that country if they have to eat to Mr. Bilyeu for his timely aid,and
white sulpur spring at Ashland, say
brass thimbles. Better come to Ore- expressed his willingness to pay this is edually as good a spring, and
most any price for .the service.
The St. Charles hotel of Albany is gon.—Democrat,
that the water is as strong in
fast becoming one of .the most pop Quite a number of Albany’s Cl 11
sulpher. Who- knows but what wo
Another Pioneer Gone.
ular hosteleries in Oregon, with the zens were aboard the O, P. train
are to have a great summer resort
Mrs. Dr. R. C, Hill died this af-
traveling public. Earl Race its gen Monday, returning from the front.
near us one of these days. If the
ial host has a pleasent word for Among the number we noticed Mrs. ternoon, at her home in this city, owner would erect a fine hotel and
R. A. Irvine, Messes J. P. Gal at the age of-83 years.' One of Linn bath hotrseSj and charge four or fi ve
braith, S. S. Train of The- Herald, county’s pioneers, having come hei;e
The Southern Pacific train Sunday Allan McClain M. Cowan aud F. A. in 1853 from Tennessee, she was a dollars a day board, rich invalids
(IX THE STATE INSURANCE BUTLBI>N$),
morning ran into a band of horses Burkhart. The last three gehtie woman of noble character,,and leaves would probably think Its waters un
on the track while coming through men were returning from Q.uartz- a record to be proud of. Her hus
Watt’s pasture, south of Salem, ville where they had been locating band, Dr. R. 0. Hill, survives her in ities. And they might be right too,-
wounding three of them so it became quartz clains and were quite jubilant feeble health. She leaves several for ft is thought that these-springs
are a specific for blood and cu-
necessary to kill them.
sorts, prominent and influential men tanoons dislases.
over their pro spects. -
A little son of Hon. Geo..E. Cham The P ress desires to establish, in the Northwest. Hon. W. Lair
berlain of Albany,ran quite a narrow correspondents in various portions ofc Hill is one of the leading lawyers of
Scio Q uotations .
escape from being severely7 injured the ‘•Forks” who will write up news the Coast, and is well known as the Wheat....... ..............................................
67c per bu»-
.......... .................................... nsc ' ■ ''
on last Tue=day. He was playing items for publication from their sev annotator of Oregon’s present code ; Outs
Flour........, ..................................... $4 20
with a loaded cartridge when it ex eral localities occasionally. We do Dr. J. L. Hill has for years been one Bran....... . ........... .......................$14
ton. T jie O regon L and C ompany was especially organized for the purpose of buying.and subdi
viding large tracts of land ami hit”, during tlie past, two years;.bought and subdivided over
Middlings. •...... ...............................
ploded the ball just grazing his face. not expect every one to be experts of the valley’s leading- physicians, Chop
3^200 acres of land into from*five to twenty-acre trac’.s. The. succcBs of the undertaking is
........ . •••................................... 25
sliown in the tact, that our of two hundred and. eighty tractS" placed on Mie market, two hun
Cures in fifteen minutes; Preston’s with thepen nor experienced news and J. Fred Hill is gaining a repu- Butter....... .............................. 15(<i;2 lb. dred and twenty-five have boen sold.
We claim that, ten acres of choice land in fruit, will yibld'a la-rger Income than one hundred
Hains........ .................................. lie
and sixty acres in wheat in the Mississippi valley.
gatherers. If any thing transpires tat ion iu the bustling city of Seattle. Shoulders. ................................. 8c
We also make valuable bn movemen ts in th t way of roads, fences, etc. We can sell a small
Work was commenced on the ex in your neighborhood vou think Mrs. Hill was a member of the Bap Chickens,
old........................ 5 50
doz. trace of land for the same price per acre you would lhwe to pay for a large farm.
for pamnlilet, maps and price listi.-
cavating for the erection of a two- would be of interest to the public,
story brick» building 50x100*, on the just send in the fact and we will re than inany people live, and her life
was that of a Christian woman in Isa good, What
corner of Second and Lyon streets, arrange and re-write if necessary.
healthy, pearly skin. Few
Albany, last Week. Mr. Jason . The U. S. cruiser Charlston called conduct as well as .profession. Iler are aware of the short time it takes
death .will be mourned by all who a disordered liver to cause blotches
Wheeler is having the building in at Newport last week, another
knew her, and the public generally on the faceaiKl a dark greasy skin.
evidence that the jetties are mat will condole wWh the family over One hot:le of Beggs’ Blood Purifier
and Blood Maker will restore this
Brownsville is to have a small erially improving Yaquina harbor. their great loss,—Democrat*
organ to its natural-and healthy state
electric light plant erected there,
and cleanses the blood .of- all impu EstoblisM
rities. It is meeting with wonderful
but only sufficient to light the
We guarantee every bottle.
Manufactures- sash & doors,mould
woolen and flouring mills. Why have been stranded on the bar.
For the benefit of the farmers we success.
n48 6-J. S. Morris, Druggist.
ing and all kinds of finishing lum
not have it large enough to light With the exped It tire-of the pending have made arrangements by which
ber. A large lot of fiotiriiig,
your streets and stores as in the case appropriation - $185,000, tho largest we will receive each week, from a
and rustics on hand. roll seasoned,
sized ocean vessels can enter with wheat merchant in Al bahv, market
of our city of Scio, neighbor.
Will be delivered to any point on
Safety, and load for foreign quotations that may be relied upon.
The Green Basin Lumbering
the railroad. If you want lumber
Company have their mill in
with us. .Every tiling-
The M. E. conference recently in
operation, and are now building a
I am selling the best lumber of first class.
P j IBSS.
flume for the purpose pt tuning session at Grants Pass has made the Él>.
Wheat ailvnnce-d Hitsp. m. io il7c, oafs' arc all kinds that can be found in the
N. B. Having-failed in health and
at. warehouse. The wealher in Englund is yalley; also cedar posts, shingles,
lumber down to the railroad track a foilowing appointments for the Sa 38c
minv to-nay, and that market- is very linn at lath, doors and windows, mouldings, a large amount of other -business on
distance of about a mile, and lem district, the conference being full priecs.’ From Portliiml we. have advices
Ihiit. market is iirm with active demand. etc. Yard at Lawson, on the Nar hand, I will sell or. trade the above
divided into three districts, Port that.
down a pretty steep mountain.
It is thought that freights.have about, reaehed row Gauge, but will deliver carload
their maximum, ami appearancesseem to indi
business at very reasonable rates,
cate that wheat, will get the larger..portion of lots at any point on the railroad
Mr. George Hawes, had the mis
anyt furllier advance. Valley is quoted at froin Lebanon junction to Silverton with about-500,000 feet of firs.t..class
Lhe very bes<t prupnration lor har
fortune to get his feet crushed in a
about 13«, tliongh it is re,ported that. 3 to 5c
ness in the market-.
clear lumber. This is, tin oppertu-
this has been paid. At San francisco the at very low prices.
hay baler, at Mr, Coney’s place near E. Meminger ; Amity, F. L. Post ;' above
market is quiet and ‘Arm.
nit-y for you.
Brownsville,'S. II. Colder ; Brooks,
Address—T allman , O r .
this city the first of the week. He
was feeding the baler and tramping
Batch well ; Dallas, M. F. Summer
the hay down, when the plunger
Johnson Hibbler & Cii. liave re-
caught him with the afore said ville ; Dayton. S. F. Royal ; Eugene, cieved and are now recieving the
D. A. Waters'; Halsey , A. C. Fair- largest and best selected stock of
child ; Hubbard, S. L. Lee ; Jeffer- clothing for men, youths, boys,
State Treasurer G. W. Webband son, II Gould ; Lebanon, L. I’. and children tliat can be found in
part of the valley ; and at prices OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED AT THE
family and School Superintendent Boyd-; Monroe^ A. Kershaw ; Mc- this
that defv competition. Their line
McElroy and family started from Minnville, James L. Abbot ; Salem, of scuts' furnishing .goods also is
Salem for a trip over the mountains, C. E. Clinef Shedds, II. B. El large, and selected, with a view to
but were obliged to return Sunday worthy ;,Sheridan, G. W. Robrk ; please their customers. You are
While Yoy Wait,”
invited to inspect their-
-on account of Mr. Webb being I Silverton, W. M. Nichols ; Turner, cordially
¡SUT CURES r
new lbtof fine dress Overcoats, from
in a manaes to.suit th«* most
kicked by one- of the horses. For-j E. R. Horter ; Yaquina and New winch the most fastidious can be
tunately no bones were broken.
port, M. O.,Brink.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Ores '•on Development Company
of every discription
One Hundred Choice Oil Panrtings
HOME OFFICE AT SALEM OREGON
Branch Cffices in Portland, Astoria and
Albany. Has for Sale a Large List
of Grain, Stock and Fruit
Farms ; Also, City and
Maltby Saddles !
XI JOB lORKO