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The Oregon Register
LAFAYETTE. YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST ««„1887
A MUD ODE.
To th^n but little we will say,
“Poor sighing sons of sorrow,”
Who trail into the dust to-day,
To wade in mud to-morrow.
FRANK S. HANDING.
We hope they will receive no harm
Whilst with the mud they wrestle,
They can but sell the Derby farm,
O»» Copy, per year. In advance................... $2 00
Then corduroy and trestle.
One Copy, a|x monthe in adrara.....»,. 1 00
We fling no mud by wink or nod,
For much too long we’ve waited;
Dame nature and dame nature’s God », ,
Have uh anticipated.
Barvic»» «Ml ba held at rite following time»
and place» bf tbaM. K. pMtor ta cbarxu ol the
Fight sliy efrnrad, leave us alone;.
Fa layette rireuil:
lit Sunday: Ila. m., tiMvuai
For horelk jtttt W»4’»^lic matter,
■., Dondeaa: 7.30 p. at., Nasrbeuf
McMinnville in ?ho mini was thrown,
Id 6undav: 11a. m.. North Yambilfi 3 p.
m.,------- 7.30 p, n>„Laravatte.
No mud was e'er thrown at her.
fid Bunday. 11 a. m.', Pike achool home; 3
And this will be the way and how,
a. m., Hutchorori achool house; 7.30 p.(nt„
Johnson echoid bonae.
You please will just remember,
4th Httnday: 11 a, m„ Carltotu. 8 p. m.,------
Your cry of rotten buildings now,
7»p, m ., Lafayette. Preacher In charge,
Will change about November.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
And as the farmer guides his plough
-Dr. Davin, resident dentist.
He’ll hum this little ditty,
We have enough of paupers now, -
Bedsteads at Westerfield’s furniture
Without a pauper city.
•tore from $2.75 up. ------
hearts will beat with transient joy
Barrett’B circus combination will ar
Perusing our epistle,
rive in "Portland September 9th.
Whjlfif tending to their floating buoy,
C. Chandler was in town this week
Their fog horn jpiSTtheir whistle. -
■tiling that delicious mountain honey.
railroad’s bait we failed to bite,
No second-hand goods at Westerfield’s
By Forest Grove took warning,
furniture store — everything is “bran
For promises that cheer to-night
May vanish e’re the morning,
r All wool mattresses, thirty pounds
each, at Westcrffeld’s furniture store, ••And at the county’s public crib
Those buzzard«. ■Ay grow fatter;
The Telephone utay gnaw a rib,
Mrs. E. Carpenter will please accept
Reporter lick the platter.
the thanks of this office for a basket of
—O mtario .'
Fipe offipo chairs at Westerfield’s for
$7.50. At other houses ip this county
Mrs. Dr. Davis has returned from Mon-
they ask $8 and $9.
An qld lady was run over by a hotel
J, 8. Martin, of McMinnville, was in
buss and almost instantly killed at Al-
Itany on Wednesday.
Hon. E. H. Woodward called at the
The wheat maiket is »till very quiet. R egister office on Monday.
Farmers an inclined to hold on and
Mrs. Smith, who has been visiting her
son at Amity, is at home again.
Mr. Ben. Huston has a pet on ltis
Attorney' Huston, of Hillsboro, visited
thumb. It is a felon aid gives him much
Yaniliill’s capital Tuesday on business.
pain, besides keeping him from his work.
Old lady Poppleton is qu!te sick. We
The printing outfit of the Bullotin was
soon to be able to chronicle her re
shipped from Albany to Astoria, Or., hope
where it will bo used by D. C. Ireland in covery.
Jas. Johnson and E. Carpenter, of the
the publication of .the Pioneer.
get your furniture is at 'Westerfield’s
We have arrived—so has W. I. Wes
furniture store. You will be convinced
of this by calling and examining prices. terfield’s fine stock of furniture. Call
The name of. Shattuck’s station, near and see it.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY -
the summit ,cn the west side road, is to
be changed to Woodstock by request of
Judge ShattuCh, who never did think his
name -was a pretty one.
"The O.T. R. R. Co. will build a fine
large brick depot in Albany this fall,
The architect has been directed to pre
pare plans at once. This company means
business all along the line.
“Which is the easiest way of getting
exercise?” asked a youth of tho professor
of gymnastics at Seagrit. “Practice with
the small end of a hornet’s tail is the
most effective way of getting easy exer-
cise I know of,” was the reply.
Prof. L. 4- Powell, late president cf the
territorial university, dietl at Seattle
Aug. 17th, of cholera morbus, aged 53.
He was formerly connected with Oregon
Hchools, and was for four years superin
tendent of public instruction in Oregon.
He leaves a^wije and five children.
We have received à circular from the
headquarters department of Oregon,
Grand Army of the Republic, dated at
Baker City, Aug. 11, stating that special
arrangements have been made with the
railroad companies, respecting transpor
tation of a embers of the Grand Army
and their friends, and requesting all per
sons desirous of attending the 21st nation
al encampment at St. Louis to report to
headquarters, Baker Citv,-M. L. Olms
tead, department commander, as soon os
possible. Round trip tickets from Baker
City will be <118.20, with $12 added for an
extension <J sixty ¿avs from November
30, and corresponding rates from other
points in the suite.
E ducational .—A free school for nine
months is one of the blessings for which
Lafayette should bo thankful. An ex
cellent corp» of teachers—Prof. Carl
Young, Mrs. Jessie Johnson and Miss
Maggie Boon—have been employed by
the directors for the coming school year.
Prof. Young had the School last year and
gave such good satisfaction that it Was
thought poot policy to make a change.
School will commence the second Mon
day of next month,- and we bespeak a
full attendance. Parents and scholars
living in adjoining districts and else,
where are requested to make a note of our
schcol advantages aud address th» clerk,
D. V. Olds, for further particulars.
Mr. Moore, of Moore Brgs.; druggistp.
Newberg, made us a pleasant call Mon
Mr. J. C. Nelson, one of Yamhill’»
substantial farmers* favored this office
with a call on Wednesday.
Miss O. L. Tcwnsend, of Lakeview,
daughter of Judge Toimisend formerly of
Lafayettei has" been” In town the past
week1 Visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. E.
Mr. A. Y, Beach, of Lakeview, em
ployed with h's brother™ on the Exam
iner, made this office a pleasant visit last
Saturday. He reports business good in
NARROW GAUGE ITEMS.
In a communication to the Dallas Item-
zer, Wm. Reid Bays: “When through'
connection ie made to P< ’ortliind in
October next, the receiver of thœOregon-
ian road intenda to run a througl
ing pawtenger (expreaa) train from Port
land to Airlie and return to Portland the
same evening. And aa' regards grain
and other freight xhipmenta, they will
then be carried direct .through to Port
land without change-of Cars and. stop
page« until they reach the public levee at
Tho narrow gauge', of which C. N.
Scott is receiver, is replacing all its old
ties with new ones as fast as posittble, as
instructed by the railroad commiraion.
and will soon have ite road bed in excel
lent running ortlcr.
The following guarantee in also pub
lished in the Itemizer: "The Oregonian
Railway Company CLimited) will, during
the season of 1887-8, guarantee to protect
the warehousemen and shippers of grain
against any competition that may be of
fered at any adjacent point along its line,
either-east or west side divisions. Hav
ing a chdlce bfToutes and markets, we
are warranted'to make thiB guarantee.
C has . N. S cott , Receiver.
Gophers are becoming very annoying
to farmers and gardeners in different
parts of the valley. Qgite a variety of
methods have been devised for their ex-
terihinatjon, but' the one used by Nur
seryman Poppleton, of tills place, is the
most effectual of any of which we have
C ode A fteoved .—Governor Ptinnoyer, heard. He digs a hole afros» their run
after examination of the code of Oregon way and places a loaded shot gun, the
laws prepared by W. Lair Hill, à» re trigger of which is ottAehrai to an ordin
quired by ad of legislature, has ap ary “figure-four,”^ with the muzzle
proved of tl»e «tine and has forwarled fiointed in line with" their course, and
his certificate of approval to the San when tlie gopher comes along he trip»
Franriwo pnbhshers. The state has agreed the figure-foor anti off goes hi» head.
to take at a reasonffHe figure W00 < opie» A small weight is fastened to the string
of the new co<lo for «lirtribotion to the j of tlip trap sufficient to pall the trigger oi
diffdent county and precinct uflk-ers of the _ ¿an. Mr. Foppteton 1 mm killed nearly
thettate. They will cort $10,000. The ninety ol these perte in thu way this
vnlinnA will I«
be ready for distribution season.
in • short time.
M arried —At the residence of bride’s
' There is nothing ao jmpolite we think
as to see a lot of idler» sitting around a
business house of any description, and
talking loud enough to be heard several
blocks away. Some of these idlers even
So so far as to seat themselves in the
oorway and make no effort to get up
when a lady passes, or when she wants
to enter a store even. It is annoying to
the storekeeper as much as to their cus
Frank Hobsqn starts for CaliforniA
next week on a visit and see the sights.
Addition to Newberjf^-S. Hobson ex
pects to divide his thirty acre tract of
land adjoining Newberg town plot into
residence lot», which will furnish some
of the most desirable places for those de-,
siring a pleasant hstation for a home
where they can enjoy all th? advantages
belonging to the pleasant - town of New
berg and surroundings.
-'P rohihitiohist .
NOTICE FOR PUBLI
Oregon, Anguat lot 1887. f
Noil«» lr hereby given that tie folio» Ing
named aettler haa fi'ed notice of hia intention
to make final proof ta support ol hl» olalm,
and that Mid proof will be made before tlie
County Judge or Cterk ol Tlllemooklconnty,Or
egon, at Tillamook, Oregon, on Wednesday,
tteptember 2Stb, 1887. viz: 8. O. Wlklnn,
home» toad entry No. 4,781; for the N'E 1 of .ac
tion 24, Tp -1 8, H 10 W.
Hei.rinea the following witnavea to prove
hia continuous residence upon, and cultivation
nr Mid la-d, viz: P. Wits.ua, L. G. Freeman,
J. W. latlmer and P. Brant, all of Tillamook
poetofilce. Tillamook oouulr. Oregon-
Aug. 23, 1887.
U Aug., 22i 1887.
Dr. G. H. Smith was very sick yester
day, but is now some better. Trouble,
Mr. Henry’s litttle son who was seri
ously ill a few days since lx fast convales-
ThtL wart^mu* jf $tï;J7^*ncefiçljl A ci“8'
M ii WasAurti ha «purchased the liv
Hon tFno» recwHiiî; large quantiles of
I d tbo Circuit Court of the Btete of Oregon, tor
ery and feed stable formerly owned by
S arah F. G raham . Pl®. 1 Suit in Equity
Dr. G. W. -Gopher’»''r^fw (gpce looks
wt 11 ; is nearly completed, and we think
That new iron “Multum in Parvo” sold F reemam G rah Y m , Deft. )
is a good one.
by E. H. Woodward, is just what every To Freeman Graham, Defendant:
In the rnme of the State of Oregon, you are
Duncan Ro»» A Co’s steam thresher
threshed 1,040 bushels of wheat yesterday
Capt. Davis’s company of U. S. A. hereby reauired to appear and answer the com
afternoon on R. W. Phillips’ farm near passed through this place early Thursday ^plaint filed against you in the rbove entitled
suit, on or before the first day of the next reg-,
ular term of,sate oonrt, to-wit.* the 26ih day of
18b7; end if you fail to appear and 1
.—W. A. Wise, dentist, is now in town to
Mr. Vantress sold his farm Saturday
se above required, (or want thereof, .
remain a few days. He 1 as located in after owning it three months, at $10 per answer
plaintiff will apply to ihe court for a decree of
the flourishing town of Albina, but will acre advance, that's Newberg, no boom divorce as prayed for in her complaint, and fot r
come io Amity occasionally.
c »sts and for aioli other an J further relief as to 1
the court may seem equitable and just.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard, of Cui-
Church services wert largely attended
This summons is published by order of R. P.
ton, Missouri, are visitingVith Mr. and Sabbat 1^targe' number of /oung people Boise, judge of aaid court, bearing date, Janu •
Mrs. Cyrus Smith.
power ‘ to
sqve ary 28,18b6. ■
McCAIN A HURLEY. ►
Attorneys for Plff.
r service Sabbath
J. W. Booth has quit tlie livery, and J. at the
Mills will have possession hereafter.
Mr. TmebloW’s newjeeidence is quite
Miss Le$ia Loabo, of Salem, i» stopping
with Rev. Craven's family.
In lb» Cl cnit ecurtof ibe State of Oregon, for
the^ w'ijj^ndvflt into it this week. •
Rev. Craig, presiding elder of the M
The Bute of Oregon upon the re
E. church South, was in town yesterday
lation <il Oro. W. B klt , aa Oja
day, his--genial, good-humored smile is
on his way to Independence.
triet Attorney for the 3d Judicial
always welcomed-gt Newberg.
Distrlrt ol eaid Blate, Ptaluliffi
Miss Clara Brown is going to Portland
soon, to learn millinsry and dressmaking.
J. 0. N ilson , aa administrator of
the relate of Israel „uber, de
At the groom’s parents, near Amity,
ceased, and the unknown helis of
Hon. Quido Hess, Es«., on Sunday last,-
decedent, If any, Defendants.
was united iu the holy ItondB of padlock.
In the xanie of the Blate of Oregon, upon the
/OH GOD AXD UO.VK AND NATIVk
cnmplaint ol plsluliff »liove named, it
Hon. Wm. M. Chrisman was seeji rid
apnmrlng that an er taU of »311.71 haanachiat-
ing thtough cur village on Monday and
plaintiff, that decedent die<khite»tate
Tuesday last, on his way to one of ltis M rs . M. E. K. E dwards , President and in said county,
January 30, 1X83. leaving an
farms a short distance from town.
eslate there n, which It-» breu tally administer-
W. G. T. II. COLUMN.
A number of our old pioneers are think
ing very teriously of taking advantage of
the pioneer excursion over the Canadian
Pacifie and go east.
Rev. D. M. Doty, pastor of the Chris
tian church of this place, is on a sh< rt
business trip to Portland.
SLss Mary Johnson, of McMinnville,-
pasraiI through here one day last week on
her return fiom Monmouth, where she
has Iteen visiting relatives.
W. C. Brain, tlie machine man of Dal
las, paid us a visit of several days last
The soft-braineil high license sa-
loonist reminds us of the old Mis-
soutian who used to haul forty bar
rels of water and pour into his well
i—and got only ten out. Our saloon-
atic would sink $4,000,000,000
get back $40,000,000 in
In Garnavillo, Iowa, nine-tenths
of the population we Germans, yet
i ito ffiquoi -rAlMidj and a large
brewery in operation for over thirty
years, .with a Capital of over $25,-
L and Orncx at Orito
ed by said J. C. Nelson, aa administrator, that
aatdeslate was settled March 8, 1887. leaving
said mm on hand now in the poe-i-s-kin of said
administrator, an i that dreqdent died Inteitatu
leaving no heirs.
It Is therefore ordered that
said defendant and all persona interexed In said
estate aoi ear and allow cause on ths 2Gtli day
of September. 1887, being the Bret day of the
next regular term ot this romt, why title to
said $31II71 should not VMt in thj elate of Ore
This summons and order published in the O b -
soon B boistkk , a weekly newepaser, published
at -Lafayette, Oregon, for -six ctmeeoutlve
weeks, tn order of raia court, this 3Utb day of
July, 1887, R. P. Boise, Circuit Judge.
GEO. 'V. BELT, District Attorney,
Aud FENTON A FENTON,
Pjain^jffid A ttojneys.
I« t»« Clrealt Ceart at th« »late af
Orogao, rar Yarnaui Caaaty,
Boawell H. Lamaon,
Call and see thoee fine bedroom seta at J parents A ng. 20, 1887, by Rev. J. IIo-
W. I. Westerfield's furniture »tore, b» ( berg; Charles Mitchell and Mis» Mary
Mary Cook gar» • lawn party last
to her many young frieti la.
Abraham Blackhnro, Carolina Bteekharn
•nd Batey H. Mnrphy, Atto
H.Eortl, partoara fa baalnaaa la San Ftaaetao
Cal,, at1 Morphy, Grant to On., CbM. Wright
doing baaineaa u Cbaa. Wnwht 4 Ct. J W
Hheltori J A Ford. f. V. 7.„, F P. Ham-
brea, H. B. Stevenaon, M J. Peckham and
Jamea McCain and Hi Hurley, partner» m Mo-
Caln A Hurley; H, W. Frier, Edgar Poppleton
hi*UhirW !II“c'kt’a^' Mr"- Matthaw Blacibnrtt,'
hfa wife; Ubnto Giegar. Albert tajaoo, Hobart
Uankuuoa aaa Claranc« M. Blaakbasa.
».Tov?,,‘',,iw blaekboni, Mr*.
Blackburn, hlawifa;tfa'd Clarence M. Bfaok-
bum Defendants above named:
In the name oi the State of Oregon you and
each ol you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint tiled against \ou in the
en,t,t,.ed <*“••<» or wor« September
26tb, 18x7, that being the first day of the next
regular teim of aaid court next after Hue aer
- vice of Uii» Suuhuona upon you by publication
aa by law provided, and if you faft ao to an-
wer, the plaintiflh will apply to the Court for
the relief praye I for te the Complaint herein
For a decreee reforming aaid mortgage de*
scribe«- ju lamtitr Oom plaint, and then fore
cloning eaid mortgage aa reformed end order*
teg a tale of aaid premHa d^ribed in Plateiiff
Ooufptejnt aa follow* to-wit:
l»t- All the followiug part of the Donation
land Claim ol A. B. Eldar end wife Claim No.
*? T?„w",l,,P Thr** 8o0‘*1 R*nge Four W«»t
Meridfan and in the oeunty of
Yumhtll State uf Oregon, o-wlt: Beginning at
the South E m I corner of Mid Clalra Tbenee
N“rl>> 10 85-100 chain» Thenoe Eaut 3 83-100
chain« Thou« North »4 83-100 chain« Th»no»
b est 17 34 100 chai' • to enter of connty read
hence South 1 degrei 30 minutes Kaot
28 45 100chains Then’. West 3(1 .’,0-0 ohrin«
to U eat b«>undary of olaiiu Thence South
13 53-100 chain» thenoe Beat 3fl 70-1 Of'c ha tea
to etaka in cgnter of oonntv road Thence «oulh
1 degree .30 minute* Eaet 5« 5 «100 oh'in« with
center of county road to South boundary ot
claim Thence F^itll 8.-KO chain» to the place
of toeginning containing 200 acre* »eve and ex
cepting 62 acre* thereof oonveyed to J. H.
Carae. he deed to which .** receded on page
407 of Book Q of the recoida of deeds for said
County, anil saviug also nod excepting there
from that portion thereof heretofore sold to
the Defendant Libbioliieger herein after de
scribed. Also the Io Hew mg described tract to.
All *hat portton of the Donation I»and Claim
- Ak ?’d*: * cu,m h°- 68 ,n A
B «. 4. F
of tbo Wit aihetto Meridian In Yamhill County,
Oregon, and more particular!v described as fol
lows: Beginning at a stake in center ol county
road running from the covered bridge acroes
the North Yanibi!l river to intersect the connty
road nt in James Johnson’* said stake being
>o it. IA degrees East in oenter of rood 28 45-
100 obiiins from interaeolioo of said road with
tlie South line of the Mid James Johnson's
Donation [«and Claim Thenoe South 8l»i de
grees West 36 65-100 chain« 1 hence North 84
75 100 chain« Theoee East 1.1 17-100 chain»
Thence Booth 5 15-100 chains Them
To Melvina Wright
In the name of the'State
are hereby required to a
wer the complaint tiled
the above entitled suit on or
20ti. day of September 1887
first day of the next regular
court next after due service
metis upon you by publicat
provide.! and if you fail no
want thereof Plaintiff will
court for a decree dinolving
contract now exiatii
and Defendant and .
fendant have no interest in the
described in the complaint herein
such other relief as prayed for
costs and diabureementa ofithf
This Huitmone i» published
in the O regon R koistbr bv «
R. P. Boise, judge of »aid com
chambers at Salem Oregon Jul
In Uta Cireah Ooort of U m Stet
for Yamhill County:
i. M. nxiTM..........
alma l smith .
To Alm» L. Braith raid Driradaati
At the uiw of tka Slate ufOregao,
hereby required MTappear and
plaint Bled Maiart Xou I" *ka
salt on or before BapteenbarSStk
the fl ret day of tbo next regular
Court, and If yon toll ao to »»«war
thereof, Plaintiff «III apply to tho d
decree djaeolvf»g tl.o tnarrtage eon
eatating rtetwi-on PlnhiCffaid Dofto
fur an< h other relief an prayed for I
Thin Summons ta published six wet
Oaxuox Rturn-na "jr order of Hi
Briiao, Judge of Mid eonrt atado at
st Baton, Oreg n, Inly 18th. lxbl, '
FENTON to FLNTO1
Attorney tor Plain
Notte» fa berehy »Iven that bv
exerntlnn duly to»n«d ont
ol the Htate of Oregon ro»«Tman><x
npon a jed»ntoiil, doerea a»J
ml», »nd to - ma
d»v of ■J1ÍI»,
ereon. plifaitlf, recovered ludaomttri
decree »»ainst th» Garibaldi Pscktoff
for th» inn nf $315 at
good than evil will result from it."
In the Circuit Court of the
egon for. Yamhill county:
J ohn F.
containing 110 acre»«»
■ Mid prrráfaaa lba** dascribsd tlu following
portara tileroof bsrtlofnfo eunvkyed to »nd now
In the circuit court of the Mate of Oregon for- • Owneil Uy Defendant Llbble Glelter, doacribed
A im ;. . 21, 1887.
a» ful o«« to wie Beginning »1 tbo North Eaat
„ ffflt fely. Finest
Harvest is progressing
corner of tbo Donatlun Land Claim of Alfred
•The Slate of Orel on, npon the re
weather in the world for the work.
hibit even among German-Ameri-
ft. Elder alorcMid Then«» W»»t 55 80-100
fail"» or G eo . W, B elt , aa Día
chains to th» track of th» Oregon to California
trlct -Attorney for the 3 I J tubefai
Our Bick folks are aboUt tho same.
cans.—National Temperance Advqy
Tbanca South 2lj degree» Eaat to a
Dia* fra' tinaia Blate, Bl. lu I Iff.
Kint who e the «alil trae» erneor» the weet
No report from the hunter», therefore cate.
■ r V»
of Mid Donation Land Claim of Mid
W. N. Pittami, an adminlatrator of
can’t give the amount of game killed. '.
Alfred II, Hdrr Thence Sooth an aaid Went
pio etale of Timothy ( amp, de
A GENERAL OPINION.
line.of Mid claim to a point 23 38-100
Ed is the boas fisher.
cesseli, and the unknown heirs ol
chaina South of the North boundary Una of thia
"" »The East Portland Packet pub
decedent, If any, l>ef -ndsnts.
nactand 13 7x10(1 chama South ol the point
Bamekoff A Co., have flaced an extra
the name of the Stato of Oregon: Upon
«Itere raid track rrosaea Mid West boundary
cleaner in their warehouse.- -
lish«« what is coniing to be the tho In «worn
cctnplaint of plaintiff above named.
line There« I-hi st .53 22 100 chaina to Erst
that an estât' of $71.9« has eeche t
bounder: line of a.M claim Tbtnre North 23
When we get dur ship completed we settlea opinion of a veyy large num ed lo" tbe plalatllf.
that said deerdrut died in
will give you an invitaSjin to inspect it. ber of our people: “The prohibi testate in raid oonnty April 30,1x83, leaving an 38 100 chulus to the place of beginning contain
126 »en amora or leae, Ate Brut ordered told
We will man it with a Carlton crew, with
estate therein, which lias been fully admlul-ter-
Ed ub captain, Charlie as purser, Bob tion movement .has acquired a con-‘ ed by said W. N. Parrish, ns admlnisU-ator, under raid dec re*.
2d. That all that portion efthe Donation
as first mate, Bro. Jonathan as second siderable degree of momentum; in that said estate *aa settled Bep torn tier 7, 18-6, Lend
Ctalm of Wit Bam D. Clerk and Pbsbe
leaving said enm on band now In the |ioaaesai"U
mate, and Jake as steward; we will
Clark, hfa »ire. Claim No. H4 being par-« of
then be prepared for business. We in deed its advocates have aroused luteatate, leaving no heirs. It 1a therefore or-, section» 9, 111, end II of T, 3, H IU 4 W. nt W||.
lainette Meridian ta Yantblli County, State of
tend to do a general traffic along the public interpi
L'^^enough in'this ex dera . that said aete. dunta atjd ell persons In Oregon, end bounded M follow»; Beginning at
ccast and visit many islands. First we
terest'd in Mitt estate, appear and show canoe
will visit Vancouver Island and take on periinent to t warrant the prediction on tbo It th day ol Beotember, 18 7, being the a point 13 35-11)0 chain» Booth and 8 7 100
Weat of the North Eaat corner of Mid
a few couvers; then we will go tho Isle of that the amendment will be carrie<f llrat day Of the next regular tern ot thia court, cbaiua
ashy thpytitle to aald^$l,9tl ehould net vest io aectinn 9 Tbanca North 89 degree» .10 minute»
Wight and get half a dozen Wights; then
3.5-Itat chaina Thence NorHt 83 degree»
State of Oregon.
from there we will visit the Isle of Man on the 8th of November next. Vic • tor 'Thia
enmnietm aud order pobliahed fa the On- 4-5 nd'iutas East 76 io-luOchain« Thence Booth
and receive a dozen Mans; from there tory in this respect will be .an em xoos HetttsTKx, a weekly newspaper, publish- 21 31-11« ehamx Tbenee North 89 degree« 45
minuto» West 33 2J-100 ckll a Tharp« North
we go direct to tire Canary Islands and
ed at Lafayette, Oregon, for alx eonaecoilve
degrees 30 minutes West 57 11 100 ebalua
get two bushels of canaries; thence to phatic expression olSjwiat the ma, weeks, by order of Mid ronrt, title 30th day ot «9
TI once -South 35 70 lOu ehe Thence North 80 de
(-13x7. H. P Botee, Circuit Judge.
Botany bay and will tako four dozen jority of voters disire
frees 4.5 minute» weat 89 84 IIHt t-hathen«» north
botany»; thence to the Flowery Kingdom
71-lOit obaina Thence North 89 degrcM 43
And FENTON A FENTON,
for six dozen flowers; from tlence to malt and spiritubus -liquors. The
minute» East 3415 1'0 chaina T once North
Plato title' Attorneys.
15 degree» Weat 41 et 100 chains to Iqe plaoe ot
Russia and if our ship is long enough adoption of tile amendment how
beginning containing 493 nd 100 acra» more or
will take on two Russian names. After
lesa exo pt 100 acres MrtoOiro »old off the West
wo get our ship loaded we will visit the ever will nbt expel liquors from the
end of a id claim to James Thomas April nth,
queen of Englund and l’rince Bismarck state nor can it prevent persons
16,17, mortgaged to Plaintiff be next ordered
and other notables of Europe and try
eold under Mid decree.
3d. That tf the a ims realized from Mid traot
and dispose of our loading. After sell from bringing_«uch merchandise in
fir t to be cold, and the excaaa above amount
ing out wo -will then visit the diamond to Oregon. The advocates of tem
due npon ibe merigaim held by Ctarenee M.
Samuel C. He»». Emma A. lirai, Joel A, Bry
fields of Africa,and many other countries,
Blackburn upon raid second traot ba la-
recurning via Sheol gate. New York, perance bravely advance upon the an, Julia A. Bryan aud Martha E. Sax,
sufficient to pa« Plaintiff than the tract owned
Isthmus of Darien, Suez canal, Columbia liquor traffic, and although they
by Defendant, Llbble Oleger, bo sold order
river, Wallamette slough, etc. Expect
Mid (terree. That thire be paid Plaintiff out of
tty lie absent two or three months. The may not be able to accomplish all Tlimon C. Here. Rachel M. H om , Lnrlnda A. the proceed« ol aaid Aral Mie the coat» and ex
motive power of said ship will be gas. they would like, yet they will crip Hill, George Hill, Mary J. Cartwright, Albert penses of Mid eale sod of thio cull then tho
fortliorenm of 82750-gold cuta, together with
Name of ship, Lightning at Sea. If you
Cartwright. Sarah K. Jones, Henry Jones, Interest thereon from Novemkt'r 11th, IBSth at
would like to go as cliapla^f the place is ple the business and make its pub Jam» Thomas llera and Lucinda H um , *
ltlner cent per annum and-the further soul ei
vacant as yet, if Dot will give it to the lic expense an expensive and dis
?d$0-Attorneia fere now due I’lalnUfl lierein,
, " x.
hat llieie be paid Ibe Defendant Claryuoe M.
graceful ■ pm-suit. The dealers will
To TBtnon C. H om , Bacht al M. Hot I.urin- Blackburn out ot tho proceeds of the Mie of
Wheat coming in pretty lively.
da A. Hill, and G*orgn Hill, Mid Defendants. said Clot k Donation Land Claim theocoete and
not be able to stand up and declare
expeneesof such sate and next the sume due
A family of emigrants landetl at our
In the nltine of Me State of Oregon, yon are him upon bta two said mortgage» a» »liall be
iilace hast Friday evening* coining direct that the business is 'protected by hereby required to appear end an-wer the com. di creed and II ant-thlng still remain due Pial»
rom Iowa. They are friends of George the law and that they have a right plaint filed aglinet yutt in th« above entitled tiff then any reriano of such Mie te bo paid
cauM, on i r h< fore Hepti mber 2thb, 1887. hein,
Plaintiff until he ta fully paid and that the
Watkins and are stopping there now.
the Stat day of tho next regular term of rail
exeo»« lie paid luto Court for the benefit of
to-engage in the liquor traffic. Tho Court,
next after due service of tbia Hammons eel | iiber tain creditors in the order of their
upon you by publication, an by law provide'I.
objection that public sentiment is and
if you fail no to answer, the Plaintiff's wlii 11 I h»t if Plaintiff le not then folly psid then
riot strong enough to carry out this apply to the Court for the relief prayed for m tho tract owned bg Defendant Libbie G»gor bo
tho com iInlnt herein to wilt For a decree par- next sold sod »fiar psjutenl of any aura due
Gfttin yield in this section is very good. amendment is scarcely a good one. th tuning the following deocribed real pr* nitron: Plaintiff the residue io bo paid to »aid Llbble
H'tuateJn the county of Yamhill ud Htate of
Mr Trueblood is putting up a very nice That public sentiment fails to prose Oregun to win
That Plaintiff h»«e • decree foreclosing and
Beginning at the Soatk East corner of tho dcb .rlng each of said Defendant» and all per
cute (a$ it sometimes doe«) tfie-vio-
Donation Land Claim of Joaeph HeM,an>l wife, son» claiming Under either of them of all oqulty
Samuel Hobson, of Yocum A Hobson, lators of many other laws oh the claim No. Sth ' Notification 1HIS, to TowiaHp ol redemption in »»id premias»
East Portland, came up yesterday. His
Three, Hontli Range Three Went of the Wil have Judgment againat raid Abraham W«'k-
statute book is no good reason why lamette Meridfan; ; hence North (Var., 10 de burn for an/ daflcleney there »tabt remata duo
face beam» with a »mile aa of old.
grees a d SO minutes E.) on East hoandarv line and finally for such other relief •» shall be
Dr. Mill»’ father and mother left Friday such wholesome laws should not be ot Hakl Donation Land Claim 64 81100 chains met In e<|uHy end good eej»el««oo M preyed
for their home in Illinois. The doctor ea- enacted or continue to exist. The to a stone 14x17x10 set for t e North East cor for te PtaluUff’a t'oreplafat bereln.«
This Hummono la potrfeh.d ■>«***•
ner of the Houtli half of Mid Donation Land
corted them as tar as Portland.
laws against theft and murder are < ¡aim; Thenea South 89 degrees 40 minutes O rxoom ttgoOT« Sronterof me Hou. H. P,
Weal (Var , 31 degree S j on dlxlston line be Bolee. Judge of »old teert. -nd. al Chambers
Andrew Picket, Alf. Rees and family
nt»rt for the Hot Springs to-day for the hot unfreqiiently broken and public tween the North and South hellof said claim. el Salem, Gragea,
benefit of their health.
, sentiment sometimes fails to sustain No. C9 H7 40 liO chains to stake on Best boun
Attorn«.)» fur Plaintiff,
dary line of »rid claim, and North Weal corner
Mrs. B. 8. Cook and company start for conviction» and the guilty parties of Boo th half ol Mid claim: Theoee Booth 4 de
gree 43 minutes East on West beundsrv line uf
Wilhoit springs Thursday.
are set at largq; but scarcely any laid claim '.0 »7-100 cha'as ta the Hoeth West
Newberg is a busy little toWn and fast
corner at aaM claim. No, (»; Thence South on
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. *
growing into a city, and can boast of as one would advocate thefrepeal of Weat boundary line at the Donation Land
at John WIILamaon 10 ehalno to »lakh
good school facilities as any town in the such wholesome laws.
Land Office et Oregon City
on South KaM earner of tbo Donattow Land
Oregon, Jaly 8tb lift, f
well conceded that a majorit
te Claim of Josiah C. Nelaon; Theses foal U
Prof. R. C. Miles and Ml [r. Stratton, of
30 100 chains to stake on Sowlh boundary Ho»
Xotl es ta korehy gir.a thaï ibo followlug
for thia amendment will be^a long el Mid Donalloa Lead Clans Ns. *», Tbaaeo
Salem, were here over rfun
M degree» 45 ralnafaa Ea.c an Sontli sanwd »«tlter ha» 8bta|noUco of b la intention I»
Irai proot lu rapport of kls datai, and
Newberg agricultural society met and step in advance in the cause
txmndary lies of »aid Deuttoe Irood Claim No,
elected the following offic n i PresMent, perance. Many men who are not »». «1 *1 100 chains to rhe plate of bo»la»lng, thaï m M proot wlll ho osàlte bofort IWCSonty
vr UountfClerk Of Tillasaook ' ougty,
Cyrus Honkina; vice president, Mrs.
Oregon, at TftUaiook Oregon, o» Tueatey
Archie Morri»; secretary, N. O. Mari»; total abstainers by any meant, are tvaae
aagBM 80th, 1M7, vta: Daoar N. raalaoMr,
treasurer, John Brown. Fair will ba held anxious to try the effect of thia
Hoaosuod Eotrj >» Ml. «or Iko N. W. <e»
fo.rU of NoeNoa 11.7. t, 3,1.1« W.
September 2Btb, 29th anti 30th.
constitutional remedy; and although
8» nemeo tbo lollowtag wltaaaoo» to proee
The yonng people met at the
kls ooottaoow r uM a e a« npon, ami «alttoatte»
it may be coneeded that its provis
of A. M. Hoskins Saturday a
•I« «■•»< I» tb» of, Mut land. vis:
J. Dana. T. FoeUr. V. Bot ton aad M. A.
Ke Mias Minnie • surprise in
0« tka Ha». A P.
ion» will be a dead letter in some
Eowor, »Il of Oroloe Pool Office, Tillaaooi
plains, yet it is hoped that more
public a action to satisfa said exeo
lodgment end decree end Interest ud
sll scorning costs, on
■atardag, *»• >#»•» g»qr of ■
1F87, al tbs door of the eonrl howto
Tillamook ooun y. Ore-on, at I
ol Mid day to the btfbeetMddei
hand, on the day of «ale, all the rf<kt.
Interest which the above named
had at the time of tito attachment
decree and rder ot sale or el any time
or now han In and to the lollowlrk
real p-operty, eltoste In Tillamook co
SfateAf Oregon, aud deaeri ed In Mid da
to-»IN Commencing at t point 30 feet
d"S E of a "Ions marked "A” in Ike town
Garibaldi, In Tillamook county .Oregon, rea
thence N S3 deg E ITO test, thence 8 1» da
to the meander line nt low water mark on
I.moos bay, thanes In s westsrly.dlreeiioa
the meandering" of esld low watar mark
point on the IntoraMtion of a line rat nlng L.
dea W through beginning point marked atone, A
with said low water mar.; thaoce N IS dag W
to the Place of heghtnln«.
Dated at Linooln, Tillamook, Oregon, tkb
30lh day of Jn y. lsM7.
T. F. BARRIS. Sheriff,
By I. C. MArON, Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laan Orrtoa, ar O«nod* C ity I
Oregon. Aognst *tk. 1--7 f
Notice fa hereby given that the following
named settler bee filed notice of hfa lotrotlon
to make Anal proof In sapport of kin alslra, tail
that said »roof will ba-matte before
County Judge, or Clerk of Yamhill
Oregon, at Lafayette, Oregoa, r
tembar 27th. 1881, via; Pl.li
Homestead entry No. »'.nJ, fur
Bee, »4, Tp.Bff.R 7W.
He name» the following wits
Ills cnntlou ns res'«, nee oaMl.<
of, raid land, via: J. Ite*i.
Morris, and J. Holl, all of Wilteataa
Yambill County, Oreeoa.
W. T. BURNS
NOTICE Fort P^LICÂTION,
L axo Omo» ar O omox Cirv
Or»<no, aog. sito
Notlro te hsrsbr (Ivon tkal the
nstusii aettler ha» Sfai »olirà al
lion to mak« flail r>ro. l hi rapport at
and that Mid proof »ill b« nado boiot* hw
rnnnty clerk of Tillamook annaty (Irrten, at
Tillamook Otrgo». on Thai «lay Oriobar Mk.
1x87, via; Wm. P, Coekraua, Prampilon D. 8,
No l«M. tar ths N. j ot N. E. uZ E. J of N.
W Junten. S3. Tp. 48 , R 10 W.
Hr Samoa tka tollo«In» wltoraraa to prava
his roniinnona roaldroae apon, and anllivalM
of. Slid tend, list E Balta. H. H. Mthar, 8.
T. Weatherly, and W. ht onda, all of Wamfa
P.etolllor, Tillamook Coon to Oraron.
NOTICE FOR PU LIGATION
Lai.d Office nt O'egom Cilr,
Oregoo. July l.tth. i«87.
Notice »hereby given Ifttt tflF
nsm- d settler has filed not tee of bi
to make fiasi pro »f In s -pport Af hteeteim,
tti»4 Bn ¡J proof will be made before
JmVs’or County Cterk. of Yaml
Oregon, at lafayeite Oregon, <M
September Gth, .u«7. *(■« Ue««rge
wick, nomeetesd Entr« No. 4631, fa
1. 2 3, 4. $. 4. 7 to 8. oifte». SO. Tp
ileremrstbo foil aw teg
11« cor th.non* r? side wv ngt
of, add Lind, vta
J l> Hardwick ot
•11 te YambUi