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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1887)
.e Oregon ŒSegister
• SHERIFF SALE.
VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT AND AN
v VIBTUE of« Judgment and an order of
Order of the Court and an execution duly
the court and an execution duly leaned issued on! of the Circuit Court of the Slate of I
out of the cour.ty courtof the .tate of
Oregon for Multnomah County, on «lie 28th day |
tor Yamhill Co., on the 10th day of N°»Cmber, of October A. D. 1887, upon a Judgment duly
A D. lfWT. upon a judgment duly enrolled »nd enrolled and docketed in Um clerk’s offioa of
docketed in the clerk» olBee of «Id cour¡to stfid court, in said county, on the 20th day of j
.aid county, on the 6lh day of July. A. 1>. IHS7, September A. D. 1887 in favor of Jacob Fletoch-
“favor of J. C. Br.lT, Clark Braiy, end W. D. ner,
Plaintiff, and against John Sax, Defendant
McDonald. Jr., |»rtnere in bueine»
for the sum of Four thousand three hundred tbir-
Mionrllie, Oregon, under the Arm name of the teen and.20-100 (14313.2 >) dollars und interest I
Yamhill Couuty Bank, plalotin». and «garnet J. from Sept.20,1887,at tenner cent.per annum.and I
DeLap and J. I’. WrigBt, defendant«, for the the further sum of One hundred dollars (fl«>0)
»urn of SdiO w.th inlere.l thereon from Aprll ll, and the further sum of Forty and 80 100
1H87, at 10 per cent, per annum, ana F45 attor dollars costs, and to me duly directed and de-
ueye fee aniT»3'J,30 <i»m.ge. «ud coal».
livered. Tdid on the 2d day of November A It.
in® dnly directed and delivered, I did on th® 1 jtb 1887, seize and levy upou the following, de- <
day of November. 1M»7 duly seize and levy up scribed real estate belonging to’ John pax,
on the following described real property or the above nameddafendant, to wit,
defendant J. F, Wright heretofore attached, to
Tract Nctefif,jWleing a part of ..the W. T, New
W The some being a part of the east half of the
West of the Willamette Meridan. Commencing
donation land claim of A. K.
at an oak sapling marked T. J. S. Thence South
claim No- 39- notification 1578, iu T 3 8, R 4 W, Hl4 degrees East Seventeen rods and two feet
T38,R5W,in Yamhill county, Oregon, and known to tlie East boundary of said lot in the Yamnitl
aud particularly described at lota 3 and 4. as »et river to E. T. Wanmto line. Thence from i
apart to John F. Wriirfit and Natjan Wright above described sapling South 7 degrees wea|> T
by a decree in a partition suit wherein JohAjr. ^rino rods, one foot and six Inches to a stake,
Wright and, others were plalntiffi* and A.TC ThehCv South 814 degrees Ea^t to,the Hast line-»
Is reserved for Bird & Gates,1
Wright and others were defen ’ants. I»ot 4 ia the river, Thence North Eight rods tb Stake
who are busy opening new
cotamencing at the southwest corner of lot No. in the river containing 9 7 100 acres.
4 on the west line of the eaat half ofcaaid djalm
goods. Watch this
Tract No. 2. Also commencing a stake on
No. 39; thence north 65 degrees eaat 14.25 chaius W. T. Newby’s West line 10 chains and 76 links >.y I
thence north GQ degrees east.96 chains; thence North of the said W. T. Newby’s South-West r I
north 4.5o chains; thence south 60 degrees corner* Thence East B chains and 34 'inks to a
west 93 chains; thence aouthv65 degrees west 12 t-takc, Thence North 6 chains, Thence West 0
cbaioa; theuce south to the place of begiumng chains aud 32 links, Thence South 6 chains to
containing 39 41-100 acres.
place of beginning contaibing 3 01-100 acrei X1
Now therefore on
more or lees.
Saturday, the 17th Day ot December, 1887.
Tract No. 3. Also being situate in Yamhill’
at the liJur of oue o’clock p. m., at the court County, Oregon, and ImmediataJv joining the
house door in Lafayette, in said county, 1 will above ■ described lot, and lyiJF immediately
»ell aj public traction, the above described real West of the same, and commencsifcat the 8L E,
estate of said Defendants to the highest bidder corner of lands deeded to F. C. (jjplith by Wm.
for cash in hand, to satisfy said judgment, coats Morton. Thence North'32 rods. Tpjnce West 34
and accruing costa.
rods, Thence South 32 rods. Thence East to the
Dated this 17th day of November, 1887.
rlace of beginning and containing 6 acres and
T. J. HARRIS,
28 rods, morecrleBB, , .
8heiiff of Yamhill County, Or,
TractNo.4. Commencing at'the South-East
corner of L Hembree’s tract at a stono 8 x 9 x
16 inches, Thence running North 40.76 chains.
Thence East I7.Ja chains, Thence South 24.83
chains to a stake in center of Al ill ditch, Thence '
Y VIRTUfc OF A DECREE AND AN OR- 57^ degrees Eas - along said ditch 8.50 chains,
der of the court and4 an execution duly Thence South 6.35 chains, Thence Weat 1.75
chaine-Thence South 20 rods; Thence West 22.»
issued out of tho circuit cobrt of the Slate of
Oregon fur Yamhill county, on th® 31st day of 65 chains to place of beginning containing 79
October, A. D. 1887, upon a judgment duly en 55-100 acres, situate in;T 4 8, R 4 West Yamhill
rolled and docketed in the clerk’s office of said (JOunty, Oregon,
court in said county, on the 7th day of May, A.
Tract No. 5. Being a part of the Donation
D„ 18^7. in favor of W. J. Vanachuyvei A Co, Land OfiUjA'of M. Malone, Lying in T.4 8, R 1 1
and against John A. Cain for the sum ot two West, bophded and described as follows»to-wit:
hundred and eighty on® ($281) dollars with in Ccmmenciiig one hundred yards North of the
terest thereon from May 21st 1887 at the rate of south west corner of section 10 at a fir sapling 7
8 per cent. per»annum and the further sum of inches in diameter; Thence running North on
$32 attorney’• fees and $13.20 costa, and to me the West line of said section 200 yards to a
Is Still at Lafayette! So Is
duly directed acd delivered I did on the 10th stake, Thence East 205 yards to a stake, Thence
day of November, A. I)., Ib87, duly levy upon South 200 yards» I hence West 205 yards to
the follow ing described real property, to-wit:
place of beginning containing ten acres situate
A Certain piece of ground in the town of in Yamhill Cpuntyi Oregon,
—With a Freeh Arrival of—
Sheridan, Yamhill Couuty, Oregon. Beginning
Tract No. C. Bi ginning at the North-west
at tho northwest corner of lot (4) four in block corner of J. R- Bean’s lot 1 hence running
one (1) and running on
on. the west
wost line of Baid-lot
Baid lot nKoulblZ Joda and 10 feet. Thanes East 9 roda, H
eighteen H8) fee* eottth; thence e*a^ para ltd Thence South 12 feet, Thence West 8 rods,
I with the/greet forty one and one-halWeet (41|): Thence Souths rods, Thence West 9 rods,
north - eighteen _ feet
(18); thence west Thence North 26 rods to Sax & Bangasser s mill
forty one and one-half feet (41|) to the place race, Thence along said race to place of begin
of beginning.___________ * . —
* ning containing 1 74-100 fccres more or less.
NoiY’therefore, by virtue of said ^execution, Situate in Sections 19 and 17 in T 4 B, R 4 West,
being apart of the Donation Land Claim of
Saturday, the 17th day of Dec., A. D., 1887, Solomon Berry in Yamhill County, Oregon.
Tract No. 7, Commencin' at the south-west
At the hour of one o’clock, p. m., at the Court corner o^a piece of land deeded by William and
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
House door, H Lafayette, in said county and Catherine Morton to Wm. Morton, oh the south
I will sell at public auction the above de line of the boundary of Solomon Berry, T-henc®
M teeisall dean ami new, an<l I will state,
scribed real property of said, defendant to the running north 2P rods 2j feet, Thence west 9
‘ guarantee at all times
highest bidder for cash to satisfylsaid judgment rods, thence south 20 rods 2| feet, thence eW&t 9
costs and accruing coats. \
rods to the place of beginning containing oue
Dated November 12th, 1887,
acre, situate in T « d, B 4 west in Yamhill
T. J. HARRIS,
Sheriff of Yamhill connty, Or,
.Jive me a trial. Respectfully,
Tract No. 8. Commencing at a point 18.14
stains north of W. T. .Newby’s -south-wrest''
J. L. VICKREY.
corner.'Tl S, R 4 west, W. M. Thence north
■ SHERIFF’S SALE.
103to'feet to a stake, Thence East 6,13 chaius,
Thence south 195| feet to%etake, Thence west
y virtue and authority of an ‘ 13 links, Thence North 1.89 ohains, Thence
Execution and a decree of foreclosure and west 6 chains to place of beginning»
order of sale duly issued out of the 'Circuit
Tract No. 9. Beginuing at the south-west
Court of the Stater of Oregon, for Yamhill corner of the parcel of land deeded to W. Mor
County, on the 19th day of October A» D. 1887, ton by WiUiam and Catherine Morton on the
upon a judgment duly enrolled and docketed, in south line of the Donation Land Claim of Solo*
the clers’s office of eaiff court, in ^aid county, - nrn Ferry, Thence noith 20 rods 2H Ifeet, ”
on the 27th day of September A. D 1887, in Theijeo west 6 rods and 12 feet, Thence south 20
favor of R' P. Gates and against George Wil rods 2j feet, Thence east 6 rods and 12 feet con»
liams for the sum of three hundred and forty tai 11 ing 132 rods more or less.
ejght ($348) dollars U. S. gold coin, with inter
Tract No. 10. The eaH half of the north
est front September 27, ls87 at tho rate of ten west quarter of the north-east quarter dt section
per cent, per annum, and $50 special attorneys 4 in T 4 S, R 4 west, beinu part ot the land in
fee, aud the further sum of $20.35 damages and Not 6611, j-Certificate No. 3437 assigned to
co-ts, ard to me dnly directed and delivcaed, 1 N. B. Bean, and more particularly on the said
did on the 22d day of Oct., 1887, duly sel^e and N. B. Bean land on th«Feast half of said notifi
levy up an the follovviug described real prem cation, not already deeded to John Wardle in
section 4, T 4 8, R 4 west, all in Yambill
ises, to wit:
Commedcing at 24 feet from the North west O >unty, Oregon,
Tract No. 11: Being a part of the Donation
Keeps constantly on hand all Kinds of
corner of Lot 2 in Block 14, in the ttfWn of La Land Claim of Solomon Berry and known m a
fayette, Yamhill County, Oregon, Thence along part of that portion of said land claim conveyed
the North line of said lot 27 feet, Tnence South
Will jam Morton and Wife to James E. Le
Shelf Hardware, Carpenters’ Tools, erly parallel with East line of said lot 100 feet by
Masters and more particularly described as fol
to the South line of said lot, Thence Westerly lows, to-wit: Beginning
Saws, Axes and Axe Hand
along the South line 27 feet, Thence Northerly cornar of said land of said James E. LeMasters,
100 feet, to the place of beginning.
Thoncfe north 633 feet to a stake, theuce south
les, Grubbing Hoes,
Now therefore by virtue of said execution, on east 198 feet to a staae, Thenee south 153 feet
to a stake, Thence west 144j feet to a stake,
Saturday the Tenth day of December,51887.
Thence south 391 feet to a stake, Thence west
at the hour of one o’clock p. m., at the court 12 feet to the place of beginning»
house door in Lafayette, in said connty, I will
Spades, Rope, Well
Tract No. 12. Beginning at the north west
sell Republic auction, the above described real corner of John Sax mill lot, Thence North 68to
estate of said Defendant, to the highest bidder t.egrees west 4.50 chains to a state® on the east
Buckets, Grindstones, Cow
for cash in hand, to satisfy said judgment, costs bank of the mill ditch, from which a flr 8 inches
Bells, Bolts of all kinds, Cottage and accruing coats.
in diameter bears north 26 degrees east 7 links
Dated this 22d day of Oct., 1887.
distant, Then6e north 684 degrees east 5.32 to a
T. J. HARRIS,
stake, Thence south 36 degrees east 5.35 chains
Sheriff of Yamhill Couuty, Or.
to a stake, on line between Saylor and Sax,
Nails, Halter Chains, All
Thence West 4.29 chains to the plaoe of begin
ning containing two acres more or less, the
kinds of Door and Pad Locks and
same being situate near McMinnville, Oregon.
Tract No. 13, Beginning at the center of
y virtue and authority of an John Sax mill race 3.63 chains south 62 de
the well-known Morri
Execution and a decree oflrweclosure and grees east of the south west corner of C. L.
an order of sale duly issued oueRuf the Circuit Saylor’s land in section 20, T 4 8, R 4 west
Court of the Blate of Oregon, for YamhHl Willamette Meridian, Thence 62 degrees east
County, on the l'Jth day of October A. D. 1887, along mill ditch 3.00 chains to brink of reser-
upon a figment duly enrolled and docketed vt ir. Thence north 68 de..-roes' east along brink
Also keeps a full line of
in tho clerk’s office of said court, ftffekid county, of reservoir 5.41 chains to the line of Thoma®
on the 28th day of March a . D. l/i87, in favor 1 Turner’s land, Thence north 40 degrees west,
of Edgar Poppleton, Plaintiff, ngpinst D. Jayf j5i) links to corner of Turner’s land. Thence
and Thompson, DeHart & Co., Defendants, for eouth 68 degrees west 1.83. Thence north 62 de
the sum of two hundred and seventy nine and grees west 4.67 chains, TLenco south 33.30
62-10t) ($279.62) dollars with interest from Oct. west 2.84 to the place of beginning in center of
Before purchasing elsewhere, give me a 4,18^7 at 8 per cent, per «num, and costs
ditch and containing one and 30-100 acres, more
taxed at 142.30, and to me dffly directed and or less.
call and learn my pricas.
delivered, I did on the 22d d; y of October 1887
Tract No. 14. The same being the strip of „
A. 11. Westerfield.
dnly seize and levy upon the following de land lying between two certain tracts of ¿nd,
scribed real estate,to-wit Lot No. 6 block N®,8, deeded by said C. G. Saylor and wife to Sax A
in th® town of Ufeyett®, Oregon, together Bangasser ou the 2d day of July 1869, said strip
with the building thereof
.olUnd being two chains long north and south
therefore by virtue’-of said execution, Ofl and 15 feet east and west, and adjoinin< the
Saturday to® T®nth day of AtocemlMr, 1887,
old mill flume on the north, and being a part of
at the hour of one o’clock p. na., at the court the Solomon Berry Donation Land Claim, in
house door in IzafaYett®, in said county and Yamhill County, Oregon,
* ’ containing
state. I will sell at public auction the above de of an acre, more or less.
scribed real property of said Defendants, to the
Now therefore by virtue
du. oClaM execution oa
hhbeat bidder fcr cash in hand, to satisfy said
Saturday the Tenth Day of December, 1887,
judgment, coats end accruing costs.'
at the hour of one o’clock p. m., at the oourt
Dated thi«21d day of OcU 1887.
dodr in the town of Latayette, in said
T. J. HARRIS,
county and state, I will sell at public auction
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Or.
the above described real property of said De
fendant to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
to satisfy said judgment, coats and acciuing
Dated thia 5th day of Nov 1867.
lAf.„tte and North
Yamhill, a red Morooo pockrt boofc, with mem-
T. J. HARRIS.
orandum book combined wi.M in g0,d
Sheriff of Yambill County, Or.
side« valuable paper* and meYaerauda
The finde? will be suitably tawärded hv
bringtag th. earn, to IbboGee, o,»^nnde/
Hon. B. F. Bonham, formerly of
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
Salem, but now consul general for
L and O ffice at O keoom C ity , I
Y, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. the United StateA to Calcutta, in
Oregon, Nov, 17th, 1887.J
India, hae made hi« report to the Notice to hereby given tha> the foliowing-
pamed aetiler haa filed notice of her inten-
TENRERA NCfi vt. PROHIBITION. atate department at Washington, in raoa-to make final proof in aupport of her claim,
and that said proof will be wade* before the
judge or county clerk, of Tillamook
There ia quite as nluch Iteing said which, among other things, he any« connty
that during the fiscal year ended county, at Tillamouk, Oregon, on Tuesday, Jan
by the preSB of the state on the tem
uary 10,18*8, via«
Sarah Knifong, formerly Sarah Bodyfelt,
perance or prohibition question since March 31, 1886, the area*devoted to Homestead
entry No. 4148 for the N E to of 8
the election as before. The repub wheat was about 27,500,000 acres, E i and lota 5 and 6 of section 31 and W | of 8
and the total yield 289,000,000 W i of section 22, T 4 8. B 10 W.
lican papers charge the democrats
She names the toilowiug witnesses to prove- W. I. WESTERFIELD,’ Prop.
b compared with the her continuous residence upon, aud cultivation
with voting for the amendment for
of, said land, viz:
Keep« constantly on hand a fine assort
Smith, G. W. Bodyfelt. A*D. Farmer,
the purpose of injuring’the repub wheat of the Pacific Coast', the and Jasper
Jourdan Fuqua, all of Hebo, Tillamook ment of Futriiturfc ot every ddseript^on.
W. T. BURNEY,
lican party. Just how the.948 ma
Antique Bedroom sets,
Walnut Center tables,
jority in democratic Linn injures to Europe it is mixed and- ground
gUrrltliiiK Beil lounges,
the republicans is not made plain. with wheat of a superior quality,
The vote in eastern Oregon as well
as on this side shows conclusively
I ndependent 1» Fontic®,
mode of cultivation in the main is
thAt the claim of the republicans
the same as it was centuries ago,
that they »are the only temperance
and there seem« to be great difficulty Published at Dayton, Or., by M. M. Ban Picture Frames,
party is without* foundation. The
nister, Is the Cheapest paper In
in inducing fanners to invest in
Oregon, ae well as one of the
contest in this state was . of a non-
Small Parlor stands,
Neatest and Best.
^partizan character and the cause of modem agricultural implements;
defeat cannot be charged to any one yet, with all their simple and primi
party. When Iowa voted on pro-
By coming in and examining my stock
All printed at home; published every Wed
opinion of the consul general, suc nesday
mornings Only "ONE DOLLAR per and prices, you will soon he convinced that
l^bition a few years ago in a non-
____________ I am selling Cheaper than any other
partizan way and adopted it.^the cessfully compete with those of the
house in this county. I paid CASH
.DOWN for my entire stock, and intend to
republicans claimed all the honor. United States in the production of
sell for casli, on a very close profit.
wheat. This i» due to the fact that
. ^In this state at the last general
I will tie glad to have you call and ex
Upon receipt Df Difty cents, fUampaor postal
amine my stock and prices^ before you
election the «anagers of the repub
notes, w'e will send it one year to any
' address. Six pages; four col
lican party acted in a way to for a capital of not more than $40 or
W. I, WEBTEBriELTl.
umns to the pago.
ever forfeit its claim 0 any honor
as a temperanco party. The time and clothes himself on about $2.50
has come when the. term “temper per month. The exportation of
wheat from British India lias in 1ST Every person in Yamhill county should
ance" is made to mean anytliing or
take it, Send for sample copies and terms to
creased from 3,000,000 centals in agents.
nothing. Prohibition is the word
ADVERTISING ON REASONABLE TERMS.
that lias a meaning, and should be 1868 to 21,000,000 centals in 1886.
Address: “W eekly H erald ,” Dayton, Or.
adopted by all as representing the
Only phaze of tho liquor question predecessors have claimed that tho
lipon which to take sides. Honest United States have nothing to fpar
from Indie as a. competitor in
people differ as to the best mode of
wheat. He does not concur in this
securing what they call “teniper-
For Fait «nd Winter Wear,
view, but lielieves that to-day India
anee regulation.” Just tiow a large
...... class arc clamoring for a high li
in wheat growing. He says wheat
The citizens of Dayton and vi
cense law with a local option tail,'
growing in India is yet in its in cinity are hereby informed that
, and this is probably the best thing
After you have examined efeewhere,
fancy and developements are being the undersigned has oponed a Call and see us. We will sell you llet-
in the reach of this state at this
rapidly made upon means of trans new Boot and Shoe Shop, at the ter Boots and Shoes than you van buv
in Yamhill CoilrUy for less money, if
portation to the sea board. He fears above named place, and is pre vou are in the halal of going to PortL-nid or
THE COUNTRY EDITOR.
that in these constantly growing Shoo and Harness repairing ut the elsewhere
With You1- Cash, Try Us,
improved facilities for trans most reasonable rates.
Allan Forman, editor of the Joum-
L w Prices and Full Weights.
And seo if you cannot save money by
- ali»t, says:
“Every now and again
Boots and Shoes of a:iy style trading at home.
Harris & Haney.
I see in the city pajiers sneers at find India a formidable competitor. and description, made to order at
the country papers, and jokes at Thus more and moro does the fact prices to suit tho times.
JgJcrT" All work warranted.------ -
- the expense of rural editors. It may impress itself upon us that while
C. F. KI 1’PAX?
be that my experience has been pe the farbior is taxed to benefit every
culiarly fortunate, Imt I havo found manufacturing industry in the land,
THE COUNTY SEAT
. that the average country journalist he is left the helpless victim (rf1 f
— WILL KOt—
with whom I have come in contact competition with the» cheapcsfHa-
has more brains, moro straight-out, borers of the world. This is one of
Tlii. year, but *“
THE OHLY NATIONAL STANDARD.
sqtjare-toed ability; moro pride and the beauties of tariff protection.— MOGRE BROS’ DRUG STORE
, interest in his profession, and more Albany Democrat.'
Is there with a full line of
money than his city brother. It is
The Congressional library build Fresh, Clean and Pure Drugs, Captaining Over Twenty Tlioti-
the graduates from the country of
And Family Medicines. Also
saud Articles onrProiuiu-
ing when completed will be the
—r ent People.
fices who make tho best men in
largest structure in Washington
city, journalism. I read of thè
A full line of Machine Oils of all Grade« and
with the exception of the Capitol, Prices to suit the lima*.
country editor who takes liis pay in
This standard work is the only National
and will cover 111,000 feet of space.
Paints and Oils
Cy< lop:i“dia of Biography in this country,
squashes and cordwood, but I see
It will cover about 21,000 feet more Cannot be obtained cheaper outside of Portland and is worthy to rank with the great na
tbHn we sell for. Give us a call,
the country editor, who jiays mo in
tional works of its kind in the Old World,
than tho new state, war and navy 6 52tf
now lasing published in England, Ger
•hecks on his local banks—ohocks
buildings, and 14,000 feet moro
many, and Belgium.
which are always "good. I read of
No name eminent in literature,' art,
than the British museum library
music, science or invention will be omitt
the poverty-Btricken rural newspa and about 12,000 feet more than
per man, but in my experiences, tho Royal library of Bavaria, and
Sold only by mibscription.
and I have met a good many of
1,000 feet more than the now Ger
W. W. BECK
them, the rural journalist is apt to man parliament building.
T. 2? MELSON. Proprie'or.
wn a share in the papor he edits, .1 ■ z —- ----- --------------
I am prepared to furnish
the house ha lives in, a horse and
Tho war cloud is again looming CARRIAGES.
buggy, while tho metropolitan writer up very darkly over )Èurope. The
and everything in the Livery hire in good shape
relations between Russia and Ger
BY FOl RS,-RIGHT
and on short notice.
-MARCH! to T. C.
paragraph concerning his country many, are in a critical condition, Transient stock left with me will receive the
Stephens' new Jewel
care and attention.
brother, too often owes for tho coat and the slightest friction in affairs beat of
ry Store five doors North of the Drug
Good and careful drivera employed,
on his back. And finally, a good will precipitate a war, and yet a Yo t> 41 fiad my stable on Jefferson Street
get a flrat-elasa waten, clock, Jewelry
Second and Third.
country editor is a king-pin in his little diplomaoy may cause the AfpMl, Lotween
or spectacles, at an unprecedented low
rate and, where you yvtll find at all
locality. He is looked up to and threatening cloud to blow over. It
a large assortment cf goods of
respected as a leader of public appears that Russia and France Administrator's Sale of Real Es times
the best quality tn my line of busi
opinion, a man who knows what is have a secret alliance as against
Clocks & Jewelry repair
going on in the world. I can’t Germany, and both of these great M OTIQE to hereby alvcn that by virtue of a ing Watotes,
a specialty—and all work war
1.1 ltcenee and order of sale duly made and
imagine a more enviable position powers have declared that they are entered of record on th® 9th c'ay of November, ranted. ______ ■— -
T. C. STEPHENS.
1^87, by the County couri of Yamhill county,
than that of the owner and editor of ready for war.
Oregon, the undersigned J, B. Lay son, admin • June, 24. »87.
a good country paper. Compared
•d, will on
Express Messenger Smith, who
to the grind of a city daily, the
TW nth day ®f December. 1887.
work is light, and the rewards are «hot and killed two train robber« in At toe hour of one o’clock in the afternoon of
Texas, will receive purees that will mm upon the terms hereinafter aUted. th® fol
aggregate him about 16,000. This lowing described real pre mine® bMonging to
decodent, to-wlt< On® hnudred and eighty
We have received the first vol-1 reward will prove a substantial dia- Mid
acre® off of the eaat end of the donation land
of Rachel Matheny and which is more
iiw.À^'L Ajjiyleton’s Encyclopedia of oour ment to the train-robbing claim
particularly deecrttted as follow®, to-wit: Bitn
eet Cured, Interfering
Biography. Tte voiuniS is Ifonstffn
in the Lone Star State,
don.Hon land .l.lm of
and Knee Hitting
tially bound and printed in, the When it is
koown m claim No. 6«, do U
highest style of the art It contains robber’s scalp
,000 in on« and two, »id part being bounded u »n-
eleven steel plate engravings, those good money to persons other than d'wn, to-wit Lot <me:^*o,inulng at tb- u«r»b- «ST All work warranted to giro S«tl«tkOtion.
«»t corner ol »Id claim; tlieuca
of the late President Arthur, Presi himself, the rascal will expose said chain.; throe. >onth » do.re» <*»l M 99-I00 Thirteen yaara prattle« at hor.Mho.ing "W
chain.; tbenco rut 14 61-100 chain«; lh.ee«
O. H. Westerfield.
dent Cleveland and Georgo Ban- scalp in less perilous adventures in north 3 degrees wee, 4« ro 100 ohaine to plsea 10
Highest possible prices paid
vroft, the historian, are exception ^uture-
NEW MILLINERY GOODS!
all kiuda of farm produce.
ally fine. The sketches are well
Arlvortieo ln The Oregon Register !
The operation of the new registry
written and contain every salient
Notice Lof i Appointment of ¿E». «0Venise Rat» are Reasonable.
Now is the Time to Look at New
point in the lives of all of America’s law has revealed the fact in some
noted men. It is a valuable work
giren ih.t j-ohn T. w.t«>n
hj. b.rtb dnly appotntrd by the County court
and no library is complete without eigp-born oitiMns have been voting
Oregon, executor ot th.
-A-t 1 m £ x ». TTxxg-erxn.aux’s •<
J. HEMBREE, Proprietor.
testament ol M.ry Bill, deeeued.
it.. The price, library binding, is for years without being naturalized,
Therefore .11 p.roon, haring claim, auain.t
0 h « m .
I am prepared to give good aceom r odation ton th«Mteleof raid decedent .re hereby notified
$6 a volume, and tho sot contains and have even held office without
abort fiotic*, to ’ persons Wishing
topreM.t them with proper voucher, to the
*1 I'»y*ot>, Oregon, within iix
months from th® date hereof,
foreign potentates. Oregon should
can learn the exact cost
d7*Mv hacks connects with the daily trains
l8th d*7 of November, A. D.,
statement ha« been prepared at have a registry law.
to carry naasengprs to and from the depot.
J ohn t , watson ,
of any proposed line of
treasury department which
Pmm» * Pgxro,.
A special train of twenty-Sara
Attorney« tor E«ute
jj . j ,
ra that during the month of
advertising in American
The Lafayette Flouring Mill
loaded with raisins left Fresno, Cali
her there was a net increase of
papers by addressing
113,000,000 in the circulation- fornia, last week for New York and
Boston. This is the first full train
8ÜITEK X DANIEL
Geo. I*. Rowell Co, ’•> •
of raisins ever shipped from the Pa
IO Sprwoa St , Naw Y^-k.
s«na toots for lOO-Paga «.mphlat.
.It is said to be very doubtful if
DRUGS» MED1CINEH AND CHEMICALS.
any of the territories will be ad
jsî âs muKi-x»!»
mitted to statehood at this a
So».. CoMh. «ad
ton, Sbmld.r Brn.1 F.n y uid Toil.« ArticlM
fS 8. H abdinu , PpBLWnEB.
THE WEEKLY HERALD.
Parlor, Office and Dining
The Lafayette Shoe Store!
Cyclopædia of American
Ä. B. Wesierfield, Prop.
Shot and Powder.
J. M. Kelty, PATENTS
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Patont HMkteM. Hr . k tally M^dklaaa.
goods WAUqrnto qa.
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