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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1887)
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LAFÁYETTE.'YAMHIIkL COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST IE, 1X87?
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The Oregon HeRister
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FRANK S. HARDING.
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On* Copy, per year, lasdreoeo................... (2 00
«se Copy, eix moothe In adrar»...........
The improve meet« on Mr. Burbank’«
house Op the hill are progressing nicely.
It la Reported that Gen. E. LwApple
gate will stump the state “agin” prohibi
Mr. WJ J. Stater of Tualitan Mills,
Washington couuty, was in this city last
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The Wasco County Teacher’s Institute,
NOTICE FOÄ PUBLICATION.
under charge of Prof. Crazier, will begin
L and Orriez at Osanov Crr<l ~
. Oregon, Angiist 1st lsai?f
in The Dalles August 10th and continue, The towur is very quiet, every man or
Nolle. la hereby given that th. following
In the Circuit Court of the State <*-
three days. Mr. Frazier was formerly a boy big enough to work is in the harvest named
ietile> haa fl'ed nolle, of hia Intention la th» email Caaxa-aff u»« «taw ar
egon for Yamhill county :
resident of this county, and one of the field, and. thiB rtorniug J hear of two io make Anal proof in .apport of hia olalm,
••r»«»», for Taaoaui Ceaaty,
J ohb F. WamHT, ?tateti<I, »
vouiw ladies shocking wheat after a self- and that said proof will, he made before the
County Judge or Clerk ol Tillamook oonnty, Or
Boswell H. Lamaoa Plrinliff,
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ALavytm black^erryrtn«, that, grows
M elvina W right , Itehnihnt
Geo. Kelty and Mr. Neal, of McCoy, September 2sth. 1887. viz: A. 0- Miklnu,
strtail that« twelve foflt ¿adder has to be
Abraham Rtockbom. Caroltoa Blackh
homestead entry No. <,761; forth. NE J of je
~ Melvina Wright saiddefautent:
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were in town to-day on boniness.
»mi Haney H. Mniphy, Adam Grant m «-,
tton 14, Tp 1 8, H 10 W.
. Foril, part'ian In buatnaea 1» Han Fi ana
____ i the name of th« State of Oregon
Ha oatnae the following.jrl.tnaana to prove
Ifeen'at the-'rdllMeiice of Rev. J. Hoberg, fied their intentions to become members hie continuous re,Mance npon, and ooltivation OaL m Mnrphy, Grant A Co., th»». Wrl
are hereby required to appear and i
in thq¿ town. Some of the branches of of the Christian church here last night. or aaid la"d„vi«: P. Wilaon, L. <1. Freeman, 4olnx nualneaaas Chao. WnahtACri, J. _ weFtbe complaint filed against Jot
F. P. Il«»
J. W. Latimer and P. Brant, all of Tillamook Hhelton, J. A. Fort, I. W.
This speaks well of Rev. Dr. Doty as a uo.toffice, Tillathook eountv. Oregon- (ft
the viq^taA'Iully twenty feet tail.
bra«. H. B. Rteranaon, M. J. P««khr---------- the above entitled suit on or before
Win. BiSrns'' wife, of Luckiamute, put preacher.
A Harloy; H, W. Prine, EJanr Popplate«,
Geo. E. Getchell of the Pioneer grocery
Hauk«" lUackbnrn, Mr«. Matlhtw Blackbnra, .teourt next after due
away some squashes last year, and they
hi. wife; Llbnl. <!!,«,, Alb«rt Edaon, Eobon
store, contemfthttes securing the service
you by publication as I
are now as good as the day she laid (hem of a clerk as he is kept so very busy.
Hankimon ana Clarinc« M. Blackburn.
med and if you fail so to ansi
away. Date Burns says they are lots bet
Plaintiff will apply,
Prof. Griffith gave three of his enter
ter; he says the pie they make is just, taining lectures on phrenologv at this In tbs Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for „To Mathew lllarkburn, Mra- Matthew
l for a decree i^KdVlng Hie H
Blockbu-n, hie wifef »nd Claraaoo .MaBMkk-
act now existing between I
simply yum-yum. Mrs. Burns at one place last week ; tliey Were well received
SAaAUF.GSAKAH.PII. 1 Brit la Equity
bum Dofemlante aboro named:
— JMondant and decreeing tb
time kept some squashes for two years in and" gave..universal satisfaction. Coi «he
have no interest in the p
F xkhax G bakah , Daft,
good condition. Tell us how site did it again professor.
oich ol yux era beroby veqrirod to oppiar «nd («Sttibed in the complaint herein i
T« Freeman Graham, Dqtendanti
«nawerlbe oomplotet filed anlnat yon latte. ripTolher relief as prayed for a
’■ Mr. Editor, if you find any gig hunt
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In the ramo ot the BtteoVf Oregon, you aro
■" ”■ ingwork Bend them tg’Ajih'ty we.need (lereby required to gMMar,aud anewarihe com Jbove lintltlsd cam on er before grptembdr costs and disbursements of thiq su
261b, 18*7, that being the Aral doe of the next
Dr. W. F. Hutchinson -yifill continue hands. ,
This summons is published «ix
plaint ilea.agamet jm ia Hie rbove entitled regular term ot ««id eoartatxt Mier due tew
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his lively sketches ot Venezuela« seonery
the O rkoon R egister bv order <
’And still the wor); keeps crowalipg on eult. on or before the first day of the nozl reg vke of thia Snnimena anon von by pnbllcatioa in
P. Boise, judge of said court, 1
and travel in the coming npoibér'of-the ous-painter, Mr. Cary, aud his trip to the
(«pteoiber, IH»7; and if yoa fall to appear and wer. the plalntifr. will apply to the Ceara for chambers at Salem Oregon July 281
American Magazine. Curadao^nd Mafa- mountains is spoiled.
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anearer aa above required, for want thereof, the rellef'prayo > far la the Complaint heroin
FENTON A FENTt
cnibo were visited^ an<L ^n accojijit is ¡ Mr. Chujes Allen starts his threshing plaintiff will apply to ilia roar- for a decree of to wit-
Atty’» ¡ar Piai
divorce aa p -eyed for in ber complain), and for
For a deoiaee retaining told awrtaago *»•
given of a very curious vjllage'iM abor- |i Imacliine to-day. CharleyriMSwn how to o >ate and for a< cli other an I further relief m to scribed In Isintlff Complalot, and than fora-
igipal take-dwalleiH, triose structures
Ike court may aeom equitable and Joet
Thia anmmon« ia pnblialied by order of R. P. big a sale of nld promt«« djaonbed in Plaintiff
and mode of living connect the present
Pr. Wise, dentist, starts to Albina next Boive, jmlge of Mid court, bearing date, Janu Complaint aa follow« to-wit:
In thn Ciwnit Ooort oMho BteU ot Oroffoft,
MoCAtN A HURLEY.
lab All tbo following part of Ute Donation
with prehistoric a/es. This magazine Saturday, he will jje away till the first of ary 28, IBM.
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Laud Claim of A. R. Eldar and wife Claim No.
Attorneva for Plff.
ranks as one of the best.
6* In Townahlp Thran Month Range Foqr West u m .
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J. Mills, the new groceryman,, has
of the Willaasett» Meridian and In the oennty of
Governor Pennoyer will leave shortly some fine fresh candy.
Yamhill Spite of Oragoh. owlt: teg<nnlagat
the South Knot ooraer of aaM Claim Tbanee
after September 1st for Philadelphia, to
Sam Likens is still tacking on «hoes In the Cl cult eourt of the liiaefcW Orecon, ftrt North 10 86 l«t chslM Thence Knot 9 91I00
To Alma UBujuf «aid Defendant
represent the state of Oregon in the cele for the - fine horses and making- their
chains Tbeoee North 84 53-100 chains Th.no«
* In ibe name of th» Blate urOrugea, you
W ««t 17 84 100 «kal> a to Ocular ef oonnty road
bration of the one hundreth anniversary owners smile at the low prices and neat The State of Oreaon upon the re
hence South 1 degrao 90 mlnulei I««l hereby rraulred.to appenf end answer the <
lation <>t Gro. W. B elt , ar Dia-
plaint filed-again.t you in the above call
of the adoption and promulgation of the
trict Attorney for the 3d Judicial
to Wert boundary ef olalm Theneo ttootb ■pit on or before Beptember Seth 1887, b
constitution of the United States, to be
District of aaid State, PlaintiK
the Ant dey ot-lhe next regular tent of
Court, enddr you fall oo to aaeww^ier'J
held September 15th, 16th and •> 17th.
to stake la enter ef conntr road Tbnce itoatb
J. C. N elaon , as administrator of
Plaintiff will apply to the court
1 degree »8 minutes East 56 »180 oh"las’ ate
Hon. John A. Kasson, of Iowa, is chair
tho estate of lsruel n uber, de
Mr, Haines, of Portland, with his
decree dleaolving the marriage ooatrsoi
center ef ojanty road io South bonndanr el
ceased, and the tfhkmiwn heirs of
between Plaintiff end Drib'daM,
man of the committee of arrangements^ glatfghtor Alis» Mary Haines, formerly
olalm Thence E mi II 8.11« chains to the place
decedent, if any, Defendants.
fer inch other relief«» prayed for tn Plal
ol beginning containing 206 acre« save aud ex
and Justice Miller, of the UnitejUriates one of the E< P- A., are the guests of Mr.
In the name of the Siate of Oregon, upon the
and Mrs. ¿finthorn. Miss IlqineR will at
to J. B.
Thio Summon» to publtoued six weeks ia
supreme court, will--d eli ra r ‘tEe oration. tend the Friends’ Pacific AaBdemy next sworn cnmplaint of plaintiff above uaaed, it vane,
be dfod to whiok Is rocMded on page
apnearing that an ertala of tt^L71 haa «acht at-
Oaauex Rmvraa >.y order of Non. B.
Several hundred'thousand dollars will be term.
ed ti» the plaintiff, that deeeMjMied Intestate »67 of Book Q of the racorda of deads for Mid Botoe, Judge of seMoourt made e) Chaa
in said county, Jbunary 80, lbOWeaving an
expended in making the arrangements
Mrs. Hunt and children, of East Port
from that portion thereof berotofiiro sold to si Salem, Oreg
therein, which h»s been fallradminiater-
for the celebration and it will be a grand land, are enjoying the fresh air and in estate
the Defendant Llbbio Gieger herein after do
Attorney Ibr PlaialW.
ed by said J. C. Nelson, as adminiRtnuor, that
Also the following doacribod traot to.
affair. The last legislature passed a joint viting surroundings of Hon. E. H. Wood said estate wae settled March 8,1887, leavins scribed.
said atim on Ifond now in the poo-ieadon of said
resolution ordering the reasonable expen
tb« Donation Load
Land Claim NOTICE OF
lidmiuUtrator, sai that decedent died intestate
«9 la T. 9. 8 H. 4 W
Hobson’s warehouse is ready to receive laaeiug nerheira. It is therefore ordered that of A. H. Kldet,
ses of the governor to be paid, if he would
t amo ili county,
attend the celebration as Oregon’s repre
partioalarlr described «s
esiat« aoj ear and show canoe on the 26th day Oregon, and more
ning to come in.
Notice ia hereby given that B. 0. Dante
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at a ateke
In orator el
>f September, 1887, being the fi rat day of tlie ' lows:
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^n dull appointed by the county oeur
. ‘J. A. Cook, our gonial and good look next reeiiiar term of this court, why tjtie to ------ running
from Ite eovered bridge across
uh IO county, Oregon, Gusrtlan of the' ei
On Monday afternoon the will of Ben ing telegraph operator and agent now oc said $31D 71 khouid not vest in thj state of Oro« the North Tsmklll river te totefttet to« county ot H.
G. Burna, on tn.ano person. TbM
road a< ar Jaom Johnsoa'a Mid eteko being
Holladay, who died in Portland, July 8th, cupies the new depot, which is said to l e ®on
having ola me eg iln.t said eel
This summons and order published in th*i On* bolt. 1) degree« E m I In «enter of road IS 43.
notified to present the nteM''
1887, was filed for probate in Portland:
KOON R egibtkb , a weekly newepHser, pubHhbéd
the Booth Ime of the Mid JamM Jokneoe'a proper venxbera to the nnder>ignod at B
Tlie click of hammers is heard from at I . a fay e tie. Oregon, fur six coDaecotiT« Donaitoe
He bequeaths to his wife Esther bis Port
vie, Or . within aix months from this I
weeks, bv ordei of i-aia court, thia 30th day of
grees West 9d pi-llll) chaina Iheeeo North 54 Dated this lllh day of July 18«.
land residenc« and all its appurtenances early mom till night; Newberg is grow July. 1887, B. P. Boise, ' Ircuit Judge.
H. 0. BURNS,
75 DIO chain Thenar heat 1» 17 100 chatos
GEO. W. BELT, Districi Attorney,
and the sum of (60,QÓ0 f to his son Ben
Beiith 115-100 chains Thon«« 1a»t22 W. I. BHAD8H AW.
Aad FENTON A EENTON,
16 lut chalas Ttenos Fonth Vergavo Beat »Uh
Holladay, Jr., all bis interest in the
tain made an overland tour to Poitland
center of conntv roedle plena of'beg tewing
steamships Pelican and California; and yesterday.
containing 116 scree Mving «en eireptlng treni
Mid pn ml-e« above do»erib d the ' following
the remainder of his estate to his gi anil
NOTICE OF , APPOINTMENT OF
The young people met at at the resi
portion thereof heretofore cnvOyed to aud now
daughter Maria, daughtez of his daughter dence of Mr. N. C. Moris Monday even
In the rtrruit court vf tb* i-tat« of Or«(oa for owned by Dt-fendai.l Lllibto Gi.ger. dwcrlbrd
as fol owe to wttt Beginning at the North East
Jennie, now deceased, formerly the wife ing to have a moonlight social, all report
WrOTICE IS HE-IEBY GIVEN THAT TU
IT nndoraigaed has boon by au order ot th*
of Count Arthur de Portales. His brother a fine time.
Th« state of Ore; oñ, apon the re
IL Elder alow-anld 1 brace Wrbt.l1 80-1W
< O'inly C.mrt. of Yamhill County. Oregon, .duly
lull a cl Gxo. W, Bti.r, as Dia
Joseph Holladay, Henry Hampton, anil
chain« to lbs track of the t»Kgon A California appointed Admhiialnitor of the estate of Asap
Prof. B. C. Miles, of Salem, was in tewn
trii-t Altnniey for the 91 ludiclul
liarlread Tirase. Sen.h 21) Jegreaa krari to a 0 Goeeer. deeoaevd. with will annexed.
L. M. Barlow, executors of the will^jith- Sunday.
Dis'rie's «aid biato, PI.loilff.
Ciint whe o rhe m I.I trans erne» a the west
Therefore ell persons having claims agelual
out security. Joseph Holladay filed the
tninlary of Mid Donation Land Uleim of «airi said o»ta'o »re heieby noUBed to present tbatt
Mrs. Townsend and family from Port 'V. N P*BKlail, «ao'lminlolratnr
Alfred It. Mdrr th'are Koath on acid West
w ith pmpor voucher« to >he undersigned at Ihn
will, and a petition asking that he be a[>- land, arrived Last evening.
tie lu'Ote of Tltuoihy < omp, de-
bounder- llne,«f Mid claim to a p'inl 29 M-lrSI law oflee of Fenton A Fenton, at Lafiuretto
eeuacd. and the onunown 1-eiro ot
pointed executor and Geo. W/ Weidler
cbeiire -onth ef the North bvaud.iry Itos of tltia I liegen within six months from this 15«h dqy
Heater A Crater contractors and build-
decedout, if any, lief adante.
tact and 1J 78-100 «Iranio South ot-ihr polut of July 1887.
administrator of the estate. The estate ■rs, are at wprk on Benjr-Mile’s fine two-
In the esina of Ul« Stalo of Orexon: Upon
w bere .«Id track rrereen Mid Went bonndari
Ui« sworn rcinpls-nt of plain.iff ebuVe named, line Tbei ee Heat M 22 III# ekal-.e to Sent
is valued at (500,000.
J. T. Smith’s new residence on the, it appeario« that an eotat of 471 96 haa eecba I bounder' Una of Mid claim TIB n»» North fill
F sktok A F xwt O x ,
io-ina plaintiff. Ibal aaid <!aeedent die'! In
in 60 chain« to the ptecoof beginning eeniaii'-
Attorneys for E.Ute.
ornor of Third and Colhge St., is near -6
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
:e-tai in raid e nI <’ AP’11 SO. 1-*L leaving an ing 126 «erre more er I cm , ba fire: ortorsd sold
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mg comp etion.
n-tv • therein, which bivbean fully adroml 1er- n> dor .a-d decree.
We have received the Fifth Annual
hy -eld W. N. Parrieh, as administrator,
fill. That all that portion of th« D natto-r NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
The Glee Club will meet at the resi *d
raid estât» «i> settled Hentemliar ?, 16-6, l-atid Claim »I William D, Clark anti Fb.li»
Catalogue of the Oregon State Normal dence of B. 8. Cook Wednesday evening. -hat
ravine *a'd mm on hand now In the poeaemlon Clark, hia a US. Claim N". M bring par's of
of raid administrator, a d that deeedenl died
School at Monmouth. It shows the school
IV OTICB IS HCUBBY GIVEN
Dr. Minthorn haa rented his residence
eectior«9,10, and 11 of T. 3, B EL fi W, «f Wil-
U. H. Bo «man ban been ou'y appointed
to he in a very prosperous condition, (rout ng the long bridge to Mr. Mr a ton, i 'tesiate, leaving uehoira. It Is therefor« or 'emette Meridian 'n Yamhill Cranly, State of 1
dsre that «-.id dele liants and ell pnmon» In
there being 261 students in attendance l.itely from Iowa. Mr. Minthorn will oc ■ereeud in Mill rotate, appear ami show canee a point irfiS ItIO chriHl Booth end 8 T 100 gon, l aooutor of the last will and trafoteaat
on tbs 1- th dav ol Beotepiber, 16 1, being the chain. West of ibe North tost turner o( sold A oilne Fmlqnarta, deceased.
during the past year. The graduating eupy the boarding hull of the F. P. A.
timi day of the ilext rnmiltr torn ol this ooort,
Th. reforeell nereona having olaatengaiail
The lumber is being hauled on the whv th otiti- to said (71.98 shoo Id not vent In •eoti-n 9 Thanas North»» daarree :« m'niiles arid
class in tlvNormal course this year nun -
relate ere hereby sotlfia i to pieeonl theaa
Frat SO 35-I0« cbehra Thence North 8 'degre. e
»iih proper eooritMU to th« underelgned, at
bere<l fifteen and there were five gradu -round for the gymnasium and boys’ -ne Stale of Oregon
45 minute« Ea«t 76 7<Hrtlebama Th»' ee Bou h
dormitory of the F. P. A.
This anmtnm.a and order pobllshed io the On
East Porilaad, Oregon, or at the law rtfioa of
ates in other departments. AU Normal
•non Ksourrsn, a weekly newspaper, publish
Fenton A Feeton al Lsfey« to, Oregon, within
Wert 31 2J liiu chai ■ The».» North
The engine for Mr. Edward's tile fac 'd nt Latai etto, Citan», for six ennaoduiivo minale«
graduates receive State Diplomas and are
■9 degree« 30 minute. 1(««t »7 11 1M «halo.
tory has arrived and will at once take the weeks, bv order of arid raen, this 30tb dey ol Ti ra«« Kontb 95 70 1(0 eh« Thence North H» de
a-itho' ised to teach in any public echo'll place of horse power.
luly, l-*7 K. P. Boise, Circuit Jndge
greca « tritante« we«t )9 M IltOt-hrtbetM north
G EC BCE W HELT. bMriet Attorney,
in the State. Other States honor these
2 VllCN' «tetina The nee Berth At drgre»«
Gospel temperance meeting at the
And FENTQk* FENTON,
minute« Last 3415 1*4 chale» T eue« North
diplomas by granting teachers' cert ill, Dundee depot next Sunday at 4 p. m., by
IÓ dagraae West 41 ufi lili chain« te tqr place ot
cates to the hol lers without examination the Newberg W. C. T. U. General invi
begienli.« containing 493 bfi 100 etna n ere er
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I vm except 1(0 aerea bortofnre «old od the W»-l
The Ncrmal School ia specially designed
radefs id dato to James i bornoe April 8tb,
to prepare teachers, but on account of its
18.57. mortgag' d le Pleiuitlf be noil ordered
sold ander «aid decree.
practical course ol study and modern
lm the Ctremtt Cratra eV the atmte ut
Sd, That if the >"SM realliof from Mid tree«
Orvgeia, iwr Yamhill Cemoatyl
methods it is an exoeUent place for any rive in Portland, says the Oregonian of
Ir I to be «old. sad th»»xroM «>«.« a-naanl,
upon the mortgage« held hn^arenco M.
one to obtain a good education in a short
Aamttel C. Hem, Emma A. H om , Joel A, Bry
’ttarkl'urn upon -eld m-eoira reset br ln-
time. There are 76 tree scholarships dis There has been no price named on new m, Julia A. Bryan and Martha E, Rax,
rnffirietit to pa* Plstollff then >bo tract owped
b; Dofeii'ieot. I.lbble Ol'-ger, hr sebi e der
tributed to the di Terent counties of the wheat yet and wijl not be till the San
•tld decree. That thrre be paid Plein'Id eat of
State, of which this county has three. A
WW w »«- -i. Tornii S*
porter? We have not seen a co^pfibf it
on our exchange table yet. /.
W. E. Prudhomme, formealy of the
Dallas Itemizer, is working joti'the Ash
land, 'Wisconsin, Pjess.
To-day the O rkgon R zgibtkr is six
- years old. During these six years it has
Walk right in and subscribe for the
pursued the even tenor of its way; grow
ing in popularity and usefulness. To-day O regon R eci - teb , the only live wide
the O rkgon R kgistsb stands on a sound awake paper published in the county.
A Memphis, Tenn., woman gave birth,
financial basis—in fact we believe it has
always been a paying institution. ,,WTth last Monday to four well developed
the experience of the present manage children. Both mother and habits are
ment, in the business, it is nothing more doing well.-
than reasonable to look for a continua
Rev. J. Q. A- Henry, pastor of the
tion of prosperity. In the six years of First Baptist church of Portland, is Boon
the R egistkr ’ s existence many import to take a trip to the Holy Land for rest
ant changes have taken place in jhq. i and research.
county and state. The West Sidy,
f Jas. McCain and family returned from
road haa been extended from
the coast the early part of the week. Mr.
Corvallis; the narrow gaugtf iinps'navo McCain reports a good time,* and he
been builj and eottaatde 1; real property of -
surely looks hearty.
■11 kinds has incroased in value and our
The prospects now are that Benton
people are more prosperous. In the next
■ix Years we expect to Bee far greater ad county will have a now court house and
vancement in all branches of trade; our jail. The county court have ordered
population will increase; our facilities for plans and specifications to be drawn.
Mr. M. C. Rudder, who is building the
travel and tsaflie in the state and with
other states will undoubtedly increase Dayton bridge, was obliged to stop work
more than in the past. As we have said the fore part of the week on account of
we shall keep tho R egibtsr abreast of neuralgia. He says the bridge will be
the times, and give the people the best completed this week.
local paper in the county.
The great ball game between the Port
Since we have taken charge of the pa lands and Willamettes resulted in a vic
per quite a number of our patrons and tory for the latter. The score stood twelve
others have wondered what position we to three. W. A. Howe, of North Yam
would take on tho all important county hill, was the umpire.
Seat question. In this we shall take the
A delegation of Umatilla Indians,
•ide of the taxpayer; we shall defend La headed by Pee, is in Washington urging
fayette, and the present location of the the payment of their claim for horses
aaunty 'Beat, against the thrusts and per stolen and houses burned by the Nez
versions of truth of those who dtfijire, for Perces eighWyears ago.——
(elf aggrandizement,-its removal.' We
The new material we ordered while in
•ball answer argument with argument,
Portland the other day will show itself
without entering into any quarrel in
Vrhich slang and h i rd names are the next week. In the meantime you are
• principal weapons. We refer the reader respectfully invited to call and leave your
to “The difference botween two-thousand, order for advertising and job work.
W. I. Westerfield went to Portland tkis
find two-hundred,” in another column.
' Personally we are in favor of the p'nd- week and returned with a fine stock of
[*&■ •: ihg prohibitory ams'ndmsnt, and w > in furniture, which he will open out in a
vite parties who have a desire to discuss few days in.. Ute building formerly oc
this subject pro ox con to do so through cupied bv F. Q’tjonnar as a drug store
«Ur columns to the extent nur limited
Mr. M. J. Ramsey went to Portland
•p^ge -will allow. Of .the other amend last week and bought a fine selection of
ments to the constitution we shall speak wall paper for the new' Presbyterian
st some future timex
church. The carpenter work is about all
done, and in a few weeks it will be ready
Mr. E. B. Collard, is suffering from a
for u e.
The reports circulating through the pa
The Wizard oil man decorated the
pers in various parts of the State rogtor*-
town on Wednesday.
ing the Kelty lynchers are simply ridicu
Father J. 8. White and Prof. Freund lous. A stranger would think th« pet pie
♦era in town on Monday.
of this county are entirely wanting in
Mrs. W. W. Nelson returned home from good qualities.
Yaquink bay last Monday.
, The state board of education has can
B ohn .—To the wife of Nels Nelson, vassed the sole of the coui if superintend
August 7, 1887, a daughter.
ents to select primary text books on
Harvesting is-ih full blast, and ere long physiology and hygene, and found that
the Smith series received twonty-six votes
the crop of 1887 will all be housed.
Mr. P. P. Gates and family returned out of twenty-nine.
On the 2nd inst., at Pillar Rock, Wash
borne from Slab creek on Tuesday.
"Meesr-L Suiter A Daniel started their ington territory, there died Joseph Laf
ferty, an old Hudson Bay employe, who
warehouse to running last Monday.
had attained the great age of ninetv-nine
Telegraph offices will be opened 'at
years, coming to this country in 1829,
Ballston and M<mm<rath on August loth.
nearly two generations ago.
Reports received from Henry M. Stan
The foreman of aw printing office up in
ley. the African explorer, state that he is
Washington territory was paid a (5
-greenback on subscription, and not
The nice littlo shoyver last night laid the ; knowing what it was pasted it up as a
dust some, aud cooled the atmosphere sample of job work. So used to take
leets and wood on subscription, you
Quite a numiier of farmers aro prepar know.
ing to save their straw this year. It is a
Hon. A. R. Burbank went to Portland
good idea. '
on Wednesday to attend the-funeral of new feature of the school for the coming
Mrs. Haynes, of The Dalles, and Mrs his brother-in-law Clement Eckles, who year is the “Dining HaU”, where student"
LwH, of Portland, are visiting at Mrs. died in Oakland, California. Mp. Eckles are furnished table board at (1.50 per
was at one time a prominent citizen of week. The catalogue gives a full discus
O. O. Hodson, of McMinnville, made Yamhill, and a man early identified^vith sion of the Normal work, and will basent
tho R egister o.'fiee a pleasant call Thurs the county’s developement.
to any one on application.
We are informed that the fire in the
• . CARLTON.
Mrs. Unger went to Corvsdlis last Coast mountains has reached the Tilla
Saturday on to visit to relatives. She re mook road, and that a large number of’,
Aug. 8, 1887.
trees already obstruct that thofouyfare.
tained on Wednesday.
Good i many in town on. Saturday last
The loulies of the W. C. T. Ur will give i This is bad for parties who are m Tilla aUendii ing the sale of mortgaged property.
___ ;.bmg pamed off nicely trtock bring
their entertainnient on Wednesday eve mook andkjesire to cOlie otft with teams. Everytl
good .j. price». J.
- H. Old» of yow
We presgfne the road will be cleared as L,
August 17th. All are invited. t
town wps auctioneer.
soon as possible.
The suits in the United States district
Dr. Michaux has four patients in town
The graders and workmen on the Wil- —Mrs. Ilutehcroft, Mm. Stevenson and
‘ 4»urt against the Yamhill Lumbering
Company have been decided in favor of f lamette Valley Railway, says the the two Mr..Caldwella, and if thin kind of
Portland Nows are already at work,close weather continues he will have more of
town.. They are to-ojjiy driving piles
We have "received an inidtation to be
hunt up Cheha-
present at the Uying ef the corner »tone I near the old city water w.jkks, on the fiat lem: fraid he in lost.
» of the State Agricultural v^tapyj^toryal- ? konth ot town. Already «U of Canither'e
Charlie can, but he wouldn't talk----- .
lis August 17th. .
The directan are going to pot a.good
Wm* H. Warren, of PortTand, and
sidewalk from the nfreet to the achool-
fiohn Sax and wife pawl through loifay-
hoone, along felt want.
»• ' ette last week on tbeir way to McMinn
Mr. Caldwell to in Us new stove in
ville to rusticate.
good shape, a much better piece than bb-
* Sheriff Harris and Al. Fletcher went to
Tillamook an bu3inaa» Wednesday. They
will »pend « few day» fishing' on the
Trask before returning.
While traveling in Eastern Oregon re-
pently CongreKmian Hermann and • com
panion were taken for tramps and re-
teird anight*» lodging,
r A. p
, Throng» trains from 3an Franbiaco to
•; also V.
Portland ««ill be running by November
15th. Thia will. be the opening of the
tooorn for Western Oaogon.
County Surveyor Fenton w»» ia town
fie« • pfifinnaat
•tert ffte tei
* - «*
The p >ltcy of the present ad
ministration ia evidently to break
tip the tribal rehttions of th4_In
di an« of the West by requiring
and indi/cing them to take lands
in severalty, as the only means of
civilizingpMe OfitHmed savages.
That is'ouUoubtedly the otily wise
measnee of <&tling with this ab
original race. The moment their
l>«w'er of combination and offen
sive warfare is Woken thtfy cease
to be, dangerous and will very
eoon asaimilat« to the cusToHis and
habits of the domiaaot nice. The
wild ferocity that haa made them
the philanthropic terror of the
«yltite« for centnrhspriJl rapidly
disappear. The idea too ot private
property sod permanent anil pro-
t«ctod ownership m calculated to
chan«e th«ir roving diapomtiona
and iHclin« them away from the
nomadu lita of tb« immemorial rad
man» Tb««, too, th« civilmng
mflu«ne«« <rf «¿treated Indiana
Unght in th« «ebook of th«
t<m" mdn will operate favorably.
By all m«an« let th«tn bar«
tbair laoda in Mvaralty and l«t
them te loat in th« «« of eiriHami
Tllmon C. FI roe, Rachel M . Hera, Lnrlnda A.
Hill, George Hill, Mary J. Cartwright, Albert
‘»rtwrighi. Borah E. J ones, Henry J oum ,.
James TbomM Here and Lucinda H cm ,
To Tllmon C. He*«, Rech' al M. Hem , Lnrfo-
la A.-flitl, and llaorga Hill, raid Defendants
tn the name of the 8ta)- of Oregon, yon are
hereby req'tired to appear and an-wet the eout-
pl.'nt 5 rd eg tinal yi"t in the above <-mltle<;
caaoe, 1'0 r b- fore Sept tutor 2Ulh. 1887. being
tb« diet day of th» t-rzt i*gplar term of eoid
Court, next after due aorvlre of thio Bnmmoira
upon von by publication, aa by law provide <
and rfyo.t fail m lo an«war the PleimMe will
apply to the Court for. the relief prayed fur ,»
the eom .lalnthereia to wilt Fora doer*» rar
tit Ion teg the foliowin« -teocrltod real pr aat.0»:
.«atfnate in the oonnty ol ktomfitll sod Stole of
Ort gon to-wit«
Beginning st the Routh Ete-P oorner of Ike
Donation LaadClaiWo' Joseph Hana end wife,
claim No. fill, XotifiaAiiun >406, in Toirrttlp
t hree. Bopth BengeTTbeee West of the Wil
laaoelte Meridian: bice North (Vav., fin de-
grew a d Alm leu lea k) n« Leet boendary lino
ol Sold Lfonellon Lend 0>alm .54 44 100 chelM
io a "tonouxltxio «et for 4 ' North Eootcer
tbo iH-praeda »I said first Ml*tifo «.ale rad ez-
Itru-ee of Mid Mj« jlad of this nil then the
farther auto «f|fi<K 'l|aHf »"In, together wtor
It terre ih»rr«n.Xr<im fitokhmbtir lllh, I fir*, el
lo per cent prF5M’ufo»«"¿4M fdrrbor suae «I
(250 -AttqrndiiiMUMTrine/Plalutlll lier<-in.
Tliet tb«'«rW jManHffeudkni Clarence M.
Hloehburn OKI ff HI
'of me Mir »I
■eld Clark Don/tionelaod Claira tboboote and
egprriMaof «Mb rate and next the «bina dee
him wpon kl« two M.d n.wtgig«« ae ekelt be
<1 rreed and It «ni U.Ing sill, remain rise Plain
..llfih-n any rektauo ef .tick eale to be paid
Plaln.iff usili bo io f"l'y freíd and "Abu ibe
rxoaswbe paid late Coati for ibe bearfit of
»«Il "ài»r lain erodi ere Io the order of tbelr
f hut W Plaintiff to P"t then fully paid then
the tr Ct owned *ig Défendait Llbbw Gieger be
»»defter pay med'Of any ram due
PI , In lid lb« raeldao to be paid io Mid Labbia
Tb .t-f' alntMf heve a decree fererlo-teg and
'trlw.riog rack of said Befanden a and »1 per
so' • rlain, to* ««der either of thrm i f allequlty
ol red mptlon I» a»M premiar» awd tkai b"
nnvr ledgruanl aninsl «ÀI Abroliem Black
burn for ray dedetooey iheroeurighl rem il» dee
and finely formte« otter r»(tot al eball be
«et Io equity sad good eo»"»l«-oc» m preyed
for te P'.toür« Coteglklot toecm.
Thio BemmoM to paMM'd
week» In tbo
ite eoo a Kao mro« •» "vítor of the M ok . H. P.
Bo«» Jed«« ef Mid Court, made al Chambeas
al Salata. Oreg»», July 2th, IH«7.
Alternata tor Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Notl c« It hMtby <I vfb that «he
named N«ttl*r haa ftkfVnotte« of hia InURtia« 1*
maha tnifil proof in rapport of hia elate. an<
that aoM proof vill ba mate before the Conte*;
C« unlT Cirrh of Tlliaaook
Oreana, at Tillamook Orofon« *a Ai^adi*
Aee«at lOtb. 1W7. vte Oeear M. fihlooi»e4~*
HomeaUad K».tr, NotdMI. for the X. W. Otte j
fourth of tec««» 1». T. 5, », fl. 10 W.
lie nam*a tbo foilowfof wlia»eee to prteft
hh e«>nti»oooa reaidance a poo. ted eehhtelm
of, a* id land. rU:
J Dee«. T. Poster. V. tetiM mm I
Bower, ail of Oretta Peat Ofoeo» TIlteMM '
Joly » IM7.
FfcNTON A FENTON,
NOTICE FOR PULII