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LAFAYJETTJE, YAMHIIJL COUNTY, ORJEGOA. SFPT. 43,1887
John Downing, a pioneer of 1847, <Îied
CIRCUIT COURT DOCXET.
at his home near . Sublimity, Marion
Be Alon Embreo vfe James ’Morrison;
D. Smith, of Forest Grove was in town
- at -
action dor money .-
87 Washington St..
0, what a beautiful rain; now sow your
OREGON, that county in the legislature of 1872.
John Williamson, vs. Eliza William- summer fallow.
For cash in hand I w ll make ten per
1 son; action for money.
in town one day this week.
Say, did you know that we have had
cent, discount from Sept. 20th, 1887 to
’ Smith Stephens vs Marion Townsend;
FRANK S. HARDING.
J. E. Brooks, of McMinnville, made action for money.
an auction out here? We gave due no
January 1st, 1888 on all dental work—Re
A. R. Burbank vs I. N. Hembree; ac tice that we would sell ail goods on hard
spectfully, D r . E. D avis , Lafayette, Or. this otficaa call Wednesday.
to the highest"biddprj we would sell from
Gov. Pennoyer dined with Senator tion for money.
Dairymen and others are requested to
Ose Copy, per vesr. In advance . ..i.... fl? 0*1
John A, Simmons vs A. N. Simmons; half an hour to two hours per day then
One Copy, alx months In ailvare...........
1 00 notice the ad in this issue of D. C Stew Dolph in New York on the 21st.
action for monoy.
declare it off for the day; hfl nbug, pool
Of all Grades and the Latest Eastern Style«.
art A Sons. Their stcck have gilt edged
Dr. J. B. Mcoro, of Newberg, paid this
George Hines vs Bertha L. Ilines;
’t buy at auction unless they have Í-
suit for divorce.
J. Burt Moore,
price. • •
A. R. Burbank vs J. T. Ilcmbree; cl once.
Mrs. Ewing, of Alturas, California, is equity.
Indications are that we will llave a
Have You One of
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
In another column will bo found the visiting at J. Huston's in this town.
I. R. Dawson vs E. L. Peckham.
hard winter, for when you tee a staid eld
proclamation of Governor Pennoyer call
Rev. Mr. Poling, of Dayton, preached
J. A. lord vfl E lack burn & Peckham; bach and a blooming widow swinging on
ing the special ejection for November tluT 1 an interesting sermon here last Sunday action for money.
the gate look out for snow and sleet; get
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
8th to vote upon the probibitefy and evening.
F. P. Hembree vs Blackburn & Pock-,
lots of straw and woqd for winter is turn
DR. J.-C. MICHAQXj
bam; act lory for money.
Rev. Clyde, of Chehalis, W. T., will
T> B NELSON^ Proprie!
F. P. Ifembiee, J. A. Ford, et al vs I. ing.
Tlte tendency of New York publishers deliver the dedicatory sermcn in the new
I i»m prepared-1** foroiit*
of books and monthlies to group their church, Sunday.
C.has. Wright A 'Co. vs Blackburn & goods got four feathers and three Jiata
After an active experience of r.ine iyesr« offices between Astor 1 lace and Union
trifore hit* survives to the peuple o| Lafayette
Miss Ella Parker returned from Port Peckham ; action for money.
Square, lias its uToxt recent ¡.lustration in.
end burrouiid.iig voun.ry.
und eTtiylbjng in the L’rery hire iu good shsp
land Tuesday, where she lias beau visit - Geo. W. Olds vs John Sax et al; action box; cumtux ?
j the removal ot The American Magazine
• utkon short notice.
ing friends and relatives.
frnn down town to commodious quarters
Transient Mock left with we will receive ibt
M. J. Pecklmm vs Blackburn & Peck1
If not; get one and see wliat
liest of rate and Htleption.
at 74!) Broadway, i— —
cowry in tho shape of a ghost; won’t do
bum; action for money.
Go d and curelul dr’vere employed.
and Mr.s. Scott, of Portland, are here
Ly lia A. Parker vs W. II. Parker; suit Mr. Reporter theculorof the n^se giveH
The Oregonian of Wednesday continued. visiting Mrs. J. M. Kelty.
You will fb\d my Mabie > n Jcflersou 8ireH
------ or m ' minnville , or .,-----
betwVi-Q Becuud au<4 Third.
*ho description ol the Coeur d'Alene
You will have.
6. O. ' F. .......................
Mrs. R. I’. Ungerman anil 5,Irs. P. t1,.
Sep*, II, *M5.
. * Nellie
JACOB WORTMAN . .... President, mines commenced in a special number
Say you fellow bring that key back. ,
W. D. FENTON...............Vice-President, August 1st., The places described this Gates attended tiro W. C. T. U. fl <
i * fe:lse<I» vs T. E. íribtoe; action for
I mo . WORTMAN .........................Cashier. I week are tho Wallace, Mullan and Mur convention at North Yamhill ^Icnday money.
President Bronson, of M Minnville col
I wcl take anything the farmer ma^J
ray districts, and a lithographic supple and Tuesday.
„ '.Li B’ ----
<t lege, preached for us last Sunday.
have to trade, at market prices.
- / -
uhject pi check, be
Rev. M. Burlingame, the pew M. E. Peckham ; actum for mouev.
ment gives the reader an accurate idea of
Mr. J. T. Fonts has returned from
eachaiiee unit t leg «..liic irxiirt.rs on New
these towns and surroundings.
York, Hau Franoieco and Portland.
Prineville well pleased with his trip.
June 24, ly.
Tlie narrow gauge railroad oompany last n'eek, and filled the regular appoint
La Fayette - - Ogn.
Now comes J. WTÍ-helton with a hroad
had to pay an aggregate of OOH 000 for ments on Sunday.
No. 48, in Yamhill county et al; .injunc smile all over liis face, wearing his bent
............ Dealer in........ .
Yamhill Co. Bank. the right of way for the last's! Imites tn Dr. Watts made a living visit to his tion.
clothes, and says :t is a great big lxiy
DRU08, MEDÍC1NE8 ANU CHEMICAI*,
1 will refund you your mouoy.
get to the city of Portland. Thai much home Tuesday evening. He lectured in laines F. Bewley vs saim as above.
--------- OF M MINNVJLLE, OR.---------
over at^iis hobse. Mother and child do
money would almost complete tmkpot Hi Albin.iWednesday and Thursday evenings
James F. Bewley vs Wm. Chapman et ing well; John is so happy hobos beon
end from Çoburg to Eugene, where says on the prohibition, question, and had
Sonna, Com»>8 end Rrn«het. Trneee», Support
buying ten cent goods ever since; going
teiH. Nimilder Bruces Fancy and I oiiet Artiolaa
-* H. W. Price vs Blackburn A Peckham ;
the Regie’er it would lie much more 4iigh- cn Kited houses hot li nights.
J. 0, BRALY,
to make a mere! ant of his pew boy.'
B <iks anti HtHlfmmry, Clock and Wathea»
action for money.
In Yamhill County.
• *"■ Oehler. ly appreciated than it is in Portland.
Plaii’d and Gold -lewelij
Rev. .1. S. McCain has disposed of liis
Our sick folks aro feeling pretty well;
McCain A Hurley vs Blackburn A
*. W.D. M c D onald , Jr.
Ç- - ' Secretary.'
Patent Meoicinea, etc.. Family M> dlrin«^
Tie Oregon Purifie railroad company intero-it in tho Oregon Sentry, re-entered ' l’eckhain ; action for motley.
' Iiold their own.pretty well.
Tremncts a generili Banking Butlhea, m ikes and the Oregon Iievelopement company the Oregon M. E. ebnferehce, and has
in McMinn ville, and see the .>pringH. 2-5 GO0GH WAllkKNTE'.) AS HEPl<f>KNTSD.
Ste.ta vs JoWLeçehor.
oellecrione n favurnhle*terms
W. K. Bodlo is working for die O. & C.
S®- Exchange on La<l<l & Tll'nn. Purtlmul. have made a sweeping red ction in-pass been sent to Grants Pass to preach.. He
State vs John Lerchen-
Exchange on ThirBanh-iW-ZiHRfornia.
I Jas. F. Bewley vs S. N. Graves.
enger fares between Albany and Corval- has the best wishes of the craft.
THERE IS NO
Intereat e Ito Weil on time it poeltm
by Mrs. A. P.
lis-and Kan-Franciscor taking effect F-qp.- |
Sarah F. fir. him vs Freeman Gra-
January. 1.1880. it.
Wilson has returned to her home for tho
tomber 15th. First-class faros have been
. ham Limit ipr di vorce.
McQuinn, who has been employed for .Geo. M. Frtftik vs Portland A Willam- winter. Mrs. Bodie’s health is much
placed’ut *10.75, and steerage ffl. They
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Juive als6 placed on sale, first-class round three months pant in »arveying the boun* tfte Valley It. 11. Co,; action for d.ima- improved by her seaside sojourn.
W p mu ko a ppociRlty of nrintfnf Bill Heads,
darien of the Warm Spring« Indian rcser-. tfM-
l.e h r H ph <*8 Hin loments, Ifocripfs. of all
trip tickets at *19.10 each.
Our school is progressing finely.
Dr. Davis, resident dentist.
kmdrt, Bal InviiHtlouH, I’rogramme*, Busin m
vation and subdividing it into farms, lias ■■ John Hutchcroft vs Yamhill Lumber
-H awk -E yk .
' ttr ii« < h UI ur i hh I s . Involves, Posters and
Tho nextj Firemen!«- tpitrnxnreiit wil^
Circuit court meets next Monday.
But you will tied ap chm . v on® to It
liin work and n turned to Tort ing i'o. action for money.
nP ki!(|j}uf work, dono in a Hist- nos office.
.... —|'y<>u will --■»
ile has’rnTT about 900 mile« of lines ami
Jonathan Bogue vs J. Delap; option ’ ,
For first-class job work come to the
the 17. 1838. The convention will-be has wv'n the reservation all over. He
R koisteb office.
Hexter A May vs J. B. T untin ; action
held on the I2tb ai <1 13th. Prizes to the j sayrrthcre are about 8T.0 Indians on the
Try the all steel “Wildwood” axe, for
the 2'_*d, 23il and 24th of t-eplbinber.
amount of *2/00 will be offered, an.d it is • reservation, Warcoe3,-Warrh Springs ànd for money.
.ale by A. B. Westerfield.
1*. P. Gates vs Goo. Williams; ford^
expected that there will not lie less than Piute*. There are only about eighty of
A largo and appreciative congregation
i Baled hay is being retailed at |22 per twelve competing teams. All the races
gathered at Friends’ church last Nabhuth
Oregonian Railway, Vd, Line.
i they aro not given to cul
Samuel C. Hess et al vs Tilmon C.
ton at East Portlamf.
have liocn shortened and it is expected tivating the land or any other civilized Hess
and listened to an alilo discourse by lira.
et id ; equity.
The courts at Portland are doing a that tlie tournament next year will be the
M. E. K. Edwards.
habits. The Wascoesare the most highly
Roswell H. I.amson vs A. Blackburn
large di®rg£. but incss.
largest ever held in Oregon.
We ore pleased-to see so many of tho
civilized and intellectual of** the three et al ; foreclosure.
The Henry Bros, have tuilt a neat and
J. W. Shelton vs I. R. Dawson et al ; old studonts iu attendance at tho acad
The Telephone flays: “Baz Hibbs re tribes. The num ber of Indians on the
comfortable house on the bill.
__ _ turned Wednesday from an extended elk reservation has increased slightly for the foreclosure.
emy ut the tieginning of this year, and
as follows, to uiid from Port land.
L. M. Smith v» Alma L. "Smith ; di want to extend to those who have not
Rememl>er the new church will be hunt on tlie headquarters of the Nehalem past two or three years, ami there are vorce.
bben in attendance previous to this year,
dedicated next Sunday, September 25th. riter. He had a fine time, has became enough of them to occupy nil the too!
Portland . 10 30 A. M Alilln ........«.IS A. M.
qrfite fat and kilted tw o elk.” Good for Jiind on tlie reservation. * 3?he-boundari6s
Emma, Vanatta vs J. J. Vanatta; di-, and who are strangers here, a hearty
7.15 A. U.
Thanks of this office are tendered fora
oil. r'llau... 4 34 P. M.Dallas
oOmplimentary ticket to the Mechanics Baz! Butlwhy didn’t he tell his com were run whew the Indians (jaimed they
21 P. M.
.1. W. In ;les vs Jas JeHries; action for
M c M innville , or .
panion# that lie had kilted two elk. They should be, the persons aviio kicked nt money.
Moiiniotilli 7. 7 P. M nfxy.lts . U 38P.M.
Quite a number of our business men
Airlie (>«> r
35 P^M.PortUud (ire)4 16P. M,
votihl only have been two happy to hulp this boundary being two or three stock
W. F. I ’mon vs j. M. Dickey; action attended ' he state fair this week.
F(>r Im h*r iniurmatimt-appiy to the Cot» >
The slock Is alw»yN fresh, and the
him dress anil jerk the meat. P. P. men and a fcyrothera who had no interest ' for moue.»
dhih ’ w
twt L m Uttilt-, or adilreoM Ge
priées are cut dowtt (o
Last Thursday the 15th Inst.,, being
• flice, corner Fir»t it l ine
GatcCiind John Venable killed two elk in the matter.
, the lime*.
John F Wright vs Melvin Wright; di- the birtlidav annivesary of Mrs.- Roger
and report having caught u nice lot of
.stHelitq, her friends gavo her a little sur
There is a hole in tiro sidewalk at the trout, j
To T rial at L ast .—In state circuit
John A’. Tigard vs Emma C. Tigard;
prise which proved to l»c liotb pleasant
southwest corner of the court yard, Air.
court department fro.-2, yesterday, the divonir
Capt. E. W. Spencer left Portland
and profitable. Thirty-nine of her friends
trial of the ci.se of W. S. Towell et al. va.
Ch a. If. Dodd A Co. vs A. C. Donney;
Wednesday afterncsin overland, for San
—including children gathered at her home
actif a for money.
Judge M. P. Deady t^ill lecture in Mc
Francisco, on business connected with the Willimette Valiev Railway Company
nt 11 o’clock a. in. with »ell filled lunch
State vs J. C. Nelson ; equity.
Minnville Monday evening, on “Law and the new steel ste itner Premier, just com was cnn>menc<id. Thia case has been at
Yon can fluii the choleen and beet braid, *
basket« and some little gifts besides, as
State vs W. N. Pgrrish; equity.
_ pleted. She will run between Puget issue for years, and has Iwn tv.ioo de
II. Tongue es A. C. Donney; action token of llieir friendship and esteem.
There will be a spelling school sociable sound ports and Vancouver, B. C., in cided on demurrer and as many times fur T. money.
st OWs -Hall this (Friday) evening. connection with tlie Canadian Pacific before the supreme court, which tribunal
And ev.rytlilna n-nally k«| I I" a flret-eto*
railway. Tlie steamer is 200 feet long, sent it back, the last time for a hearing Tones et al ; foreclosure,
usual appreciative manner, and all
har-roon at Hie El» llora Sal .on, Feoerd •*
in tlie state < ircuit court. The case was
Portland is now in a fair way to^get a 1000'tons register, and is guaranteed by
Henderson A Meyer vs Lucy Griffey; seemed to .enjoy the day exceedingly
Alwuj. keep a quiet and oril'Ttr honre,
in court for three years, and before the aution for monev.
big hotel. It will be six Btories high, her buil lers to make seventeen knots an
FRANK OIL ih-n,
hour. She will leave San Francisco in a
»nd w dl cost *600,000.
ApHi « am,
F. A. Morris has recently purchased a
Win!. Beid, of,the' narrow gauge, says few days for the north.
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Cl irk Braly vs Margaret W. Burton;
traius will be running to the Portland
tends erecting a residence soon.
To F ire Ur.—Tlie Iron and Steel workH 'ssuo on its merits. Powell and about foreclosura.
levee by Novemlier 1st.
Lu y Hulburt vs J. P. Beeler; action
of Oswego have contracted with the .ify forty others sue for »ages amounting to
The recent rains. seem to have given
Tlie Oregon Sifdnge advises liquor men of Portland to furnish 1997 tons of water some fiO 000, allege that they previously .for damage.
new life to vo.etation, and were also
Charles 11. Saylor vs W. II. Saylor et
to km p ’Lish Applegate at home if.they pipe of assorted sizes to be delivered for assigned their claims for fifty cents on
beneficial in l:iy>ng tho dust
al ; suit for partition.
»R .’URT RRCKIVED A I.AKt.K ANI
wish to defeat the amendment.
*42.50 per ton. The fig: t delivety of the dollar through a misunderstanding
We are sorry to learn of the serious ill
«.llrelrrtril Nleek ni H <w-- hi ri 'liti
J. C. Braly vs B. P, Hartman et al ;
Money to loan on improve^ farming pipes to be made in April and 200 tons and Ixith times when the case was de foreclosure.
wan*. ami iir'.pi.r» l< teli cht»p*r lli*n .n,
ness of Fattier Hunnicutt, who is visiting
haute In ili. conati. Evorytl.in, t.»ps an boa/.
tends, from one to live years time in sums per month thereafter till the contract is ci le I on a detpurrer tho plaintiffs won.—
no iH-raou .h*n!4 U without. 1 n< populei
J. C. Braly vs B. F. Hartman; fore at tho home of liis daughter Mrs. D. J. H ai repHiriii,dono •aUatactorlr. >nd «illuni
* 7.!tCI,tWT,no A mfki «’*W t« »rch that it*
xo suit. F enton a F enton , Lafayette, Or. complétai. It will reqiflre over six months Oicgordan, tl»t.
n*Ar'r enu*la that rf all <rib*r ’
First National Bank of McMinnaillb vs
tSlieriff1 Harris went to Portland on work to >11 this order, and the early
L afayrtte , . •
Lars Gregerson ; action for money.
O r moon .
Tuesday in compiany witli Ward Douglas, staging of the works must result. Tho Knight said, “the flag was rm to the
Jloard of commisRionera vi John II bo known hereafter as the Ann of Moiris
who *»:i.s wanted in Justice Tuttle’s court. importance of tlie fireing up of the furn mast-head yesterday, as a sign that the CanMr; foreclosure.-
pr u c IK a
aces and the opening of tlie closed mines
« Patent OffiM. »nd bar*
E C Beckner, vs A Klosteiman ; action
Tim. sociable list Friday evening was a
can hardly be over-estimated, especially
or* than fnt Hundred
The difference between labor and capi st
very suv ceesfnl and enjoyable affair.
mtrd but** and í*r*!ga e<m»i
in -view of the statement that the com had opened.” There was the largest at,
ivrata. Trad*-MArtuL Cipyng
Board of commissioners xs Jonas tal: “When a young man sits in the
The neat little smn of *20.30 was cleared. pany will at once, complete tlie works os tendance yesterday that ever appeared at
itfiNufnts. ami air «ïkw pdpdw
to intontor* iLHr r<i.hia ir
Henry Hopkins, the harness maker, designed at the time when t e lung pro that institution on the first diy, there
__ Lar’aud. J Fl nm %
that’s capital. But v hen he has to stay
r and oflhor fnr»i«n ;;
------- DEALER !N
pl;ue I a neat new sign above the side tracted litigations closed them up, and lieing eighteen pupils present. Mi«s suit for partition
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in of evenings after they’re married—
walk at hifl place of business this week. the addition of a complete plant for the
Hull Johnson vs Austin Denney; ac
that’, lalior.” A good thing will bear
tion lor money ♦
•hör* Botte* «rd «n r*a*
Goto X. B. Westerfield’s for the cefe- manufacture of nails, which alone will Mr. Coleman, the other, is expected in a
•non •«toobu ninf i»
State vs R E Marplo ; re-sentence.
rn wilboal charg*. JK--
bmted Advance chilled plow. It is the employ 150 men, tlie company will [>lace
ion a*at fr**. Patenta ©I
throarh Minn A Co. ar* B<4i«*d la th* Ba
best chil'x 1 plow ever brought to Yamhill itself in the *5iy of doing a large and
1 b* adranU** ©f *n« h B¡
and the school is now in better condition
— i »'
Wheat about all in.
•'wrtiw a co., no«
than ever before, in a'l its accommoda
Mrs. UTigerman has moved her mil
Mrs. F. J. Wright has been very sick,
61A NY TAMP CHIMNEYS ARB
F ine W ork .—The large window in the tions?" Mr. Knight cipects a very large
linery ami liressmahing parlors to a more new church is designated os the children’s
but under the carent Dr. G. W. Goucher
West Chehuletn, mid viciniry.
udered for »ale represented
attemlance this year.— Siateeman.
M good M tho Fam on?
■oiiiiiii/li iiH location, next to Dr. Mi- memorial window, in honor of thirty
The Lafn.vetiS Flooring Milr
» I mmigration Bbains.—Lust week the
There i’ an epidemic of sore hand, "in
|il«te stock of
nine children, who contributed their
thia vicinity; mostly fel »ns. ,
run on full tinte until furti.er
Advertisers place advertisements in the mite» lot pts erection. We were shown Portlamf Board of Trade appropriated
Tills town is blessed with some light notice.
newspaper to lie read, and of course they TuesdayaiFeeord of their names, written
Angered gentry who should he in the pen.
support of the Immigration I onrd, which at Salem.
are. We call especial attention to the on two large carls by Prof. T. C. Stephens.
hereafter will be a city instead of a state
Ilorf. W. C. Brown returned from Polk
m I s under “new to-day.”
Tlie list on either carti is hemled by an
dBOCEKIf-S nATK. CAPS.
institution. Pre ident Macleay,.of tlie county yesterday, where he has been erh
A «a Ilk. BllCwniMterf.lt. lacki
impn>»<-mcnts in various parts ot town 1 appropriate scripture t. xt, and together
Board of Trade, appointed the following ■aged tn tlie lurdware business with Mr/
are visible'. The planking of the street with the names, are a fine specimen of gentlemen as immigration commission Mulkey.
or TUB CKKlflWf
front K.lty’a comer
began Wednes penmanship. When properly framed
Mr.J.W. Carey, the painter, hosflniah-
and TIN WARE. In fact every
ed all of lira oiitshle work and can now be
ASK FOR TC
they will be an ornament to the church.
day. Let tf»: goal work go on.
bert. Sol. Hiracli, D. D. Olijihint and El foqnd in his shop,'Under the Odd Fellow.’ I J. J. HEMBREE,. Proprietor.
thin/ Hana I ly found in a country
G. H. W« tcrfl:ld will open a black
R ad D rath .—The fatal and distressing lis G. Hurlies. Wallace R. btruble is hull.
«tore; which lie pro|>oaefl to sell
I Ml prepared to give goo-1 ■recm ©¿at ion
smith shop in this place shortly, .Mr. mistake which caused tlie death of Sam secretary of the board.
The Herald, Bro. Bannister,s effort fail
ns cheap as can be bought in
•bort notic*, to nerwMM wieh.Bf
team*« or conveyance.'
W,eterti Mi l fine blacksmith and one uel Schafer last Sunday in tlie Caacaile
ed to give us any news, except that I My I;
Yum hi II County. H^uiligheat
M ormonism .—A Mormon rider has been ton wm going to have ■» windmill and
•f the lx n rhoerain the state.
mountains, has cast a gloom over all.
market price paid for produce. MdlMbt
that rows ivstiil run at large on the Pay . d7*Mv hark» connerta with th* dairy traiot
.Twenty he el of Shorthorns were wold He was a pioneer of 1848, and well and
to carry tMHBfll
and r<.m tn* d*pot.
what perturbed theological societies. .He ton commons. We expect Bro. B. sjll
II» h.* .I m tw» r.rm» f r'.il«, mi rreoia
«1 auction at tne stale fair last Saturday*. favorably known in this county. Those
snpfdy the motive power for the windnnll
»lonk »t < xxl* .nA b'lllillngfl.
is one of there Joe Hmith Mormons, who ■ on
— — there
is no irrenze.
M-» ) »»r» »< xroutel. * Fte f.ulk'r pull alare
The tot J twenty head brought *3050, -an only who knew him beat could appreciate
don’t believe in polygamy, but only that [ Why can’t oiw Cailton tepoHer give
call mi th. an<r.r«l<n.<l st !.|4 u>.re
avtwage of H'iJ.50 per head. The largest i Ins eccentricities.
J.D. IABTRR. W.»t< Iuka I'M.
I Joe .Smith wan an inspired profrhot. Tlie __
I*— ’ ”
• • fleas
. _. news. Ifad
•r _!•> - 1: »a * ¡or *3 Jo, and Ute smallest
- Y-mlifTt Obaaly. OregMi.
li - | pimi
The Pacific railroad commission Salem Rial ft man.
'QaH hie stock in tnd*.
■rammed burinere in NiW .York on
| A. M. Harley, of Lafayette, wan in
Tuesday, with-Mr. Crocker on the
An enormous meteor fell in 1
____ ' town Wednesday.
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N«PT<r«8 iMbi Iff, Involti!
T’he Oregon Register
' PUBLISdED EVERY FU1D .Y
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FIRST NATIONAL BAEK
J. M. KELTY,
TBT O1TE 1
Over Two Hundred SoItL
ti di led
for hi •
ORF I C E,
Nanw GaoTfl System
R’ y .
Geo. W. Burt,
Elk Hornr Saloon
R. P. UNGERMAN
L ivery S table . ndois & shoes
J. W. CAREY,
witness stand. He thinks the gov
ernment should give the company
100 or 150 years in which to pay
that project* ten fe-t in the air. It
is said to be the largest meteoric
body there in any
an record pf ever
striking the earth.
Trim« -From date nntil Jan 1, 1W<
I will make teeth lor »12.50 ami upward
ING, SIGN WRiriNO,.
Aino dealer is Undertaker. Good*.
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