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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1888)
yVBLlBBED EVERY FRID.iY
UF à TTTT«,
frank S. HARDING.
tor you, hindrance........... *‘J M
moa’b-ln adrare............ I 00
Entered at _
j. BURT MOORE,
The Industrial fair building in Portland
will be the largest wooden building on
the coast. It will contain 3,200,000 feet
of lumber and 100 tons of iron.
October 21, 1888.
We have the boss ehingler in our town,
*>' ••■■•ajsatteaa, titear for the
tortai or huaiuesa depart
rna, Lathy ette. Ong eu.
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1888
McPhillips, James...................... ....
Oregon Mortgage Co.......................
Following is a complete list ol the tax Oregonian Railroad Co..................
payers of Yamhill county who pay taxes Oregon A California Railroad Co.
House to rent. Call on the postmaster. on *5000 cr more:
Price, Joseph 8.................
Don’t forget the referee’s sale of per
Mi»» Oma Fouta will teach the Lewis
DR. J- C. MICHAUX,
sonal property belonging to tlie Henry
The Solicitors Co.. .........................
estate, to-morrow (Saturday) at 1 o’clock
Trust A Investment Co............
Keyt, E J............
House and one-half acre of land for I atdd A Reid ..
p. m., one-half mile cast of laifayette.
Iftsr an seti« expertence of nine years
Lancetield, R J
Tlie commissioners appointed by Judge sale. Enquire at the poetoffice.
bls serf ioee to the people ol Lafayette
BaianwxLL—H bnubick .—Mr. E. M.
.,d surrounding country.
Lots of wheat is being shipped every
Boise to divide the Henry farm have
McKinnev, W F
Briedwell, of Amity, and Mias Nora Hen
been engaged with Surveyor Cooper this day. It seems to move right along at a Phillips, ft W . .
drick, of Wheatland, both of Yamhill
Robison, I C..
week at their task. Tliey find it not an fair price.
DB. O. H. SMITH,
county, Oregon, at the residence of the
A gentleman from Gaston was on our Sanders, JR...
I Springer, B H.
bride’s parents, in Wheatland, October
We have received a copy of the Carlisle,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
wLldle^A m '
11,1888, by Rev. C. C. Poling. A large
Pennsylvania, American Volunteer, which owed him two bits.
number of friends were present to witness
11499 the happy event, and to wish them hap
of the west aide from Portland to Mc- to Carlton from Tillamook. Tliey all Henderson, J J...
1065 piness and a safe and prosperous voyage
come back to Carlton.
Sujgjry * S|>eci»tty.
v7 49 Minnvilté.
over the sea of life together, and at last a
At.tTie adpgregational meeting of the
We understand that Miss Laura Mc Olds, GW..............
victorious entrance into the harbor of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
fir»t Presbyterian church of Lafayette Cutcheon and Grant Hill were married a Sawyer, A J..........
Yocum, T J..........
on Monday evening Mr. J. A. Huston few days ago in Portland.
L odrr —M c C utcheon .—Ou Thursday,
------or M’MISNVtLLB, OB.,------
Yocum, Elizabeth ((jeire)
was elected trustee to serve for six years,
October 18, 1888, tear Carlton, Oregon,
There was quite a crowd in town yes
j'lCOB WORTMAN,------------- I’resident, Mr. Wm. Jamieson retiring.
by Elder McCutcheon, C. Loder and
terday on account of the shooting match,
Bunn, F A J M...
1!. P. BIRD........................ Vice-lYesident,
Charlotte McCutcheon. Their mapy
A sad accident happened te the family
Jxo. WORTMAN........................... Cashier.
friends in Carlton and vicinity wish them
of John Elderkin on Main street yester
W. A. Howe is building an addition to Geldard, Wm ...
joy and happiness in their journey
Tiansacta a general Basking BusineM. De day. One of his children was run over his large Btore, to make room for the Hove, W A..........
¡>»,¡11 reoeired subject to check. Belie sight
A ercliant, Win
ricbsnge and tdegraphlc transfers on New by a market wagon three yei^ old with large stock of goods that is coming from Shelton, J W ...
B abbkb —LAXDntoHAM.—At the Essex
Isrk, Ban Francisco and Portland.
sore eyes and pantalets on tliat never Chicago.
Stout, J no............
June 24, ly,
house, in Lafayette, Oregon. October 24,,
spoke alterwards.— Tacoma Ledger.
We noticed some I-afayette people in
Thomiston, R R A L C
219701 1888, by the Rev. J. McIntire, Mr. Frank
Walla Walla citizens raised *100,000 our town the other day doipg some trad Weneberg, Jno,.......
ncminnville national bank .
Barber to Miss Rosa L. Landingham, ail
for Hunt’s railroad to that point and *30,- ing. You see, people know where to go
of Yamhill county.
m ’MINNVII.LK, OREGON.
000 for depot purposes, and now property for bargains.
D k H avxn —C risman .—At the parson
has increased 50 per cent by reason of it.
Married.—At tlie residence of the Baxtei, John....
Tranaaots a Central Banking Business,
age, in Dallas, by Rev. T. F. Royal, Octo
That’s about the way enterprising citi- | bride, Charlotte McCutcheon toC. Loder, Breyman, W........
ber 18, 1888, Wm DoHaven to Miss An-
.¿’resident............................... J. W. COWLS
zens ol a town work for themselves.— Ex. | by Elder McCutcheon. Still North Yam Crawford, John....
nie Chrisman, of Willamina.
rViie President.............. LEE LAUGHLIN
Elder F. Dillard Holman, formerly of hill
has to come to Carlton for their Crawford, Eunice (estate)........
«............ CLARK BRALY
this place, paid this office a plesant visit blushing
brides. So mote it be.
Goodrich, W A Sons..
Sells exchange on Portland, San Francisco Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Holman has
H awk -E vz .
The following deeds were recorded dur
Hash, W T................ ..
nd New York.
been traveling in California, Colorado
ing the week ending October 20, 1888:
Hawley, C I! (estate)
Ijtereat allowed on time deposits.
AN AGED PONY DIES.
McCully, A A (estate) .
and Missouri in quest of health, and re
8. Cosine and wife to Mary I. Holman,
Ofllce hours from 9 a m to 4 p m.
The age of a horse is 30 years, but the Odell, Albert
cently returned very much benefitted by
lot 4, block N, Cosine’s third addition to
Peery, 11 W
his trip. He is visiting friends in town following “deajft. notice” shows that by Stewart, W ...........
good treatment/ etc., a pony, will live
for a few days.
G. W: Sappington et al to Ella Lc-ia,
2,687X(n»*re feet of tlie John Rowland
The Oregon Alpine club is undertaking considerably longer :
land clairii, 13 s, r 4 *7 *100.
.lion. L. B. Cox, of Portland, will ad- many social improvements in a quiet
At my home, in Wasco county, Oregon,
Mary A. Hadley to Reuben Hodson, 5
way, and its lateBt is one cf stat^import
<lrees the citizens of Lafayette at the
10010 acres near Newberg; *250.
ance. It now proposes to petition the October 13, 1888, my old white pony, Belcher, J M
wart house, October 29th, at 1:30-pr m.
James Tliompeon to Geo. Sinclair, lot
next legislature to pass a law tending to Fudge, aged 37 years, 4 months and 2 Bird, John....
It is more titan probable that Sir. Cox stop the promiscuous slaughter of deer days. Kind neighbors and friends as Bird A Girtes........
Briedwell, Geo W.
5600 4, settion 3, t 4 s, r 8 w, containing 25 36-
for their hides that is going on in the sisted in giving his “remains” a nice Burbank, AR
will speak in the evening.
13213 108 acres; *550.
M bs . M. J. GairrtN.
E. C. Willi.min to Mary RicKsnison,
Carey, MrsC IL .
southern portion of Oregon.
Hon. J; K. Weatherford will speak on
14040 lot in t 5 a, r 4 w; *80.
Henri Bettman, son of LI Bettman, tbe
atts C reates a B reeze .—Sat Fenton, F W..............
the political issues at the eourt house,
O. W. Richardson to Mary E. Richard
well-known merchant of McMinnville, is urday evening Hon. J. W. Watts, of Ore Henry. A B (estate).,
Tuesday evening, October 30th.
son,' lots in Amity; *100. .
now in Frankfort^xi-the-main perfecting , gon, addressed a large audience at the Huston, Tbos.............
Clrehalem Board of Immigration to
Hon. J. D. Whitman and Hon. J. K. hi» musical education. Henri ìb a music- . opera house. Hon. Dana P.-Horton pre Hurley, II..................
Thomas Murphy, lot 5, section 27, t 3 s,
Weatherford Will speak in McMinnville, al prodigy and, if he lives, he is destined sided.
It was the best speech that lias Millican,. Margaret .
r 2 w, 20 96-100 acres, also 90 94-100 acres,
to win world renowned fame os a violin-’ I been given here and not only awoke up Perkins, Z E.’........
Thursday evening, November 1st.
part of J. J. Haslr land claim; *1000.
iat. He is a Portland born boy and the the republicans, but set members of other Poppleton, Edgar
Let there be a goed attendance at «11
Smith, Miranda. .
John V. Huntley and wife to Wm.
only child of his parents.— Herenry.
parties thinking as to their duty this fall. Watts, J AV............
these meetings. Ladies are especially
Ball, parts of the Win. Dodson land
. Since tbe meeting of the Presbyterian
claim, t 2 a, r.5 w; *900.
synod it haff been decided to divide the I reputation and well posted on the ques Adams, E N (estate)
Win. Bali and wife to Martha G. Mar
of to-day. The band furnished Apperaon, A J..
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
work on this charge, and consequently tions
11341) tin, parts of tire Wm. Doti-on land claim,
McCoy and Zena have been given to I music, and the meeting was a very suc Baker, Catherine
5863 t 2 «,-r 5 w; *700.
County court next Monday.
one.— Findley Lake, N. Y, Breeze Bull, Win ..........
Rev. Wm. Clyde; and Lafayette and cessful
Bralv, J C..........
39342 »F.TL Cott'e and wife to Geo. B. Ha
\y.1- Westerfield took a trip to. Inde North Y’amhill will be served by Rev.
24987 worth, 5 86-100 acres of the J. B. ‘Rogers
Buniett, 8 A
O begon .—Oregon has been nearly thirty Campbell, Wm ..
pendence last Friday.
Travis. Mr. Travis was formerly head
19621 land claim, t 3s, r i W; *200.
T. C. Stephens has just received a of tbe Newton Collegiate Institute in the years
Jesse Edwards and wife to Geo. Ha
state of New Jersey.
1 states the union contains; it is larger Chrisman, W Me
large invoice of clocks.
5461 worth, part of tire J. B. Roger»' land
than Minnesota, Kansas or Nebraska, CliaiHlier, Mrs P W
54106 claim, 2 acres; *100.
Mrs. J. M. Kelty returned from Port
The Oregonian says: “It looks as if
Cowles, J W
and nearly twice as large as Wisconsin 01 Cook, J4'A E A
the railioad from Hunter’s point to As- j
land Tuesday evening.
Jesse Edwards and wife to Fred B.
Iowa; it has a fertile soil, magnificently Davis, LT.
The R koisteb office is prepared to do
7665 Churchman, lota 6, 7 and 8, block 38, in
watered and timbered; it has access to Divis, AC...
6992 Newberg; *50.
job work with promptness and despatch. that is done communication between an ocean on one side- and continent bn Derby, J It..
Fenton, W D
J sue Edwards and wife to Henry R.
Frank Giltner and wife returned from Portland anil the coast will be advantage- the other; its climate is unsurpassed; it Hembree, W <
ously quickened. Tlie results would be
Morris, iota 14 »nd 5, block 38; *50.
an extended visit to Portland on Mon- of great benefit both to this city and As- grows
Jesse Edwirds and wife to Calvin
the straightest and tallest trees for Johnson, CD...........
5590 Stanley, lota 7, 8, 9,10,11 and 12, block
toria.” Of course it would, and when
; it has noble fisheries and exceed
. A fair audience witnessed Prof. Ander- the Astoria and South Coast railroad get masts
5343 23;* 1 1yx
Manning, SA. ..,
ingly promising coal fields.— Er.
-m's tdiow'al Littlefield’s hall Monday
C McPhillips. B A Ron.
their line in operation still greater bene
George 8. Spring and wife to Fidelia
McDori.ild. W D
Wiir.it»: is I t ?—Not very long ago the McCall, DW
Arthur, lot in Chandler's addition to Mc
fits will accrue to both cities.—Ariorian.
Mary Hurley favored this office with a
Minnville ; *120.
Mr. 8. A. Hemphill has a chicken that i republicans displayed a banner across Millsuy, V
basket of nice grapes, for Which site lias is entitled to the blue ribbon without a Main street bearing the words “Harrison Nelson, A .1.
J. H. Goodrich et al to Wm. Roberta,
Morton,” and during the rain and
lot 6, block 6, Deskin's »ddition to New
doubt. It is nothing but a common and
Oregon Reul Estate Co
Tlie choir of the Presbyterian church everyday kind of a fowl, says the Corval wind storms of tlie spring it blew down, Piette, J B P............
Ellen Deskill» et al to Charley Davis,
»ill meet for practice to-morrpw at 2:30 lis Timet, but she has staying qualities i and was taken away, but now it cannot Root, Lorenzo..........
found. If there is any one who Shadden,TJ ......
lots 7, block 6, Deskin's addition to N«w-
like a thoroughbred. Since last Febru- be
p. m., in the church.
Ed. Long, of Lafayette, won tbree- ary she has layed 76 eggs and raised two I knows about it, will they please say so? Stout, David........
-fonrth» of the beef at the shooting match large broods ol chickens. During the > It should be found snd again stretched to Todd, Jonathan..
THE GARBAGE CREMATORY.
gaze ot the public.— Corrallu Gazette. Turner, Tlioe A
past 24 days she has layed 23 eggs, and the
at Carlton last Saturday.
It will only be a. few more days till Hsr- Tucker, Hiram A.
Mr. M. Borel bach, with whom the
R. P. Ungerman hap a large and well
Wallace, Susan .
rison and Morton will follow this banner Wallace, C A A Son
council lately authorized a contract loe
.elected stock of stoveflWnd you should leg and has to hobble around in search i
cremating the garbage of the city, has
of food, and it is believed that if she was I into ¡nocuous desuetude.
‘-all on him before buying.
purchased a tract of land just outside tbe
sound in body she would stock the
Wright, W D....
Your attention is called to the adver-
city limits on the St. Helena road, on the
born in Denver was announced by her
' aementof the public sale of persona)
west shore al Guild’s lake, a short dis
Lish Harvey, twenty-eight years
O bkoon PioMXKM.—At a meeting of father,
property in another column.
tance from the ;>lace where the scaven
ago, a public meeting was held in the Davis, T C (estate).
10775 gers now dump the garbage, where be
Two men were in town last Friday, ad the board of directors of the Oregon Pion- ,
town, and among the other presents a Davis, Mary............
vertising Oregon Electric Relief, and eer association, held in Portland on |
Davis, Nancy A . •
10060 will commence the erection of his crema
Tliursday, it was decided to hold tlie six- lot
| of land was donsted. Tlie piece went
tory in a short time. He will sign the
operating a wheel of fortune.
of Harvey’s hands by bis refusal to Goodrich, Timothy.
teenth annual reunion in Portland on out
centred with the city tonlay, snrFget tbe
C. H. Monroe and Rev. J. R. N. Bell
June 15, 1889. Hon. Thomas H. Brents, , pay its taxes. To-day the girl sings in a Griffin, Mrs Moran (estate)
plans and specifications lor the building
'ave leased the Chemeketa hotel, Salem,
of Walla Walla, Washington territory, i concert garden at Denver, and the lot Housewirth, Frank
or four years from the first of November.
was given her is worth *2,007.000.
Tire at avengers inform biin that about
was chosen to deliver tbe annual address, that
Wm. Harris will ee l personal property Hon. George L. Woods the occasional ad Flour in those days was worth *100 per Laughlin, Wm
10230 thirty loads per day of garbage are carted
At his residence, three miles north of the dress, Rev. Jesse Moreland chaplain, and barrel.
Laughlin, R R
0970 to the dump, so be will build tlie furnace
5493 with a capacity of forty loads per day.
Vest Chehalem postoffice, October 31st. Al. Zieber grand marshal. By resolu
R bachixo O ct .—An agent of the Ore Mailer, RB...
Mr. Burelbach's contract includes the
Dr. Michaux has been able to be on tion, Hon. Robt. A. Miller, of Jackson
gon Pacific railroad was in tlie city yes Morri», E8
disposition of animals dying in the city
ihe streets for several days, and if. he ville, was invited to read a poem suitable I
Perkins, N H.
terday, and offered to deliver freight in Perkins, Mrs Sarah
and on these he depends largely for his
has no relapse can resume liis practice to the occasion. Hon. Jonn Minto, of
this city from San Francisco via Ysqnina Perkins, WsiF,...
profits. He says about five horses per
Marion county, was selected to present
hay for about one-half whet the O. R. A Ralston, W F..........
day, on an average, die in this city, and
Notwithstanding the several large saw to the state at the meeting of the next N. Co. charges. It is their intention to Richardson, DC...
n«n they represent considerable value, even
mills in Tillamook, lumber cannot be ob- legislature, the oil painting of the “good ship by rail from Ysquina to Albany, Roberts, Wm------ -
Smith, Alfred ....
when dead, if properly handled. The
*>ned as fast as it is needed for improve old doctor,” Dr. John McLaughlin, on ' tlieuce by steamer to Portland, and fiom Wstt, Ahio..............
hide is good for leather, the manes and
behalf of the association —.Slaterman.
Pcrtland to thia city by the steamer Tele Withyeomb, Thea..........
tails are used for wigs, fiiddle-bows and
W. L. Bradshaw and wife attended tbe
F kabtvl F all .-The Oregon City cor- ,
for manes and tails for rocking horsts,
Bible, AH ..................
Wr at Portland this week. Mr. Brad- respondent of the A’err sentft the follow
Nones to D xbtobs .—Notice is hereby Downing, Erast os..........
10290 etc.; the hones are worth *20 a too, and
"haw went to The Dalles also, and re ing: "This afternoon a man named
7860 are need for knife handles and many other
given that tlio books and accounts of the Holman, D H ..
Newman, employed on the new bridge, j
5360 things, and the boofo are need lor sone
late firm of Littlefield A Calbreath are in I-am bright, Isaac
» distance of
o( eighty feet from
troni the sus- my hands for collection and settlement,
J. F. (Colonel) Henderson, a printer fell a
purpose, and oil foi1 machinery and
veil known in different parts of the state, pension tower, sustaining injuries from and all parties knowing themselves in
"neat’s foot oil” are extracted from the
®ed at his home in Eugene City, October which he died two hours later. When debted to mid firm are requested to call
carr-sssrs which can then be made into a
nicked up it WAS found that Newman s at my office and settle immediately, and
aged 38 years.
This fo a much better way of disposing
There will be service in the Presbyter- left shoulder kss broken and his hesd save tbemselves further trouble, as tlie
was cruriied in a frightful manner. If business of said firm mute he settled im
of dead horses than the one la vogue hero
Mchurch next Sabbath, October 28th,
till lately, which was to throw them oA
K 411 o’clock, a. m., by Rev. Mr. Travis. Newman had fallen six feet teorie «ite mediately.
W. L. B^ dshaw .
he would have cleared the bent of Ibe
into sorue canyon or in some thicket by a
Hlare cordially invited.
bridge. In this event he would have
country road to taint the air for weeks,
Frank Morrison, formerly a printer in
opening of the crematory will na
‘■bh aaaty, has associated himself with er-.p«d with • simple ducking.’’
step la the progress of the dty.
LocATzm-A? M. Hurley, Esq> £
»nd purchased the Cheha-
tetncl from his tour ora
1 *>TWtop8gton territory, Bee.
h^irehased props, ty at
’■KJ'other arrangements are mode
*6V-X4loberg will fill the appointments ^»dM soon as be ran erect a boose there
PHYSICIAN AND SURGÉON,
“ A government of the people , for the people , AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
Dayton circuit as follows: Day- on, will remove thare.____
Sunday, October 28th, at 11 a. m.;
I^y.tte merrl.w.te «rry good rtorts | The Portland Mechanics’ fair will <4oae
' ’’sbfcrt, Sunrlay, November 4th, at 11 a.
its tenth annual exhibition to-morrow.
j tfedr lines this fall, as
*’ *d so alternately each Sunday.
B mi star; ot Stai«..........
Baentary of Trsaaaiy....
Saoratary of tka luforlor.
»«oreiary ot War............
Sseretary ot Navy...........
CMsf Jaatio,.............. . .
This powder never varl-s. A marvel of pur
Ity, str u(Jh ahd wbolesomeaeea. Mere eco
nomical than the ordinary hinds, and oannel ba
sold in oompetltioa with the mslihnde of low
»short weight a)an. or phosphate jtowdera
only In cma. Rout Baziau Low ore.
Co., 10U Wall Bll N1Y.
J. J. Hembree, Proprietor.
J <1. C m
L. H . B.
I. ». Fellow
0. B. Klarer
Board of Truste».
I am prepared io (ire (sod aeeoaan odatlon
Treat u far.
short nsttes, to persons wisk ag
tsams or oaavsyaaes.
07*PartlM ooavafsd lo trains, ate., at all
, „ .
times My kaeks, bug(ies and horses are alv .
ways keel la x«od on ar.
— to:— (
The Lafayette Flouring Mill
runs on full time until further
SUITER A DANIEL.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice la hereby given that th. nndereigr'ed
executrix of the eetate of Tboe. 0. Darla de
-eased, liaa tiled her Inal aenount in said es-
Ute. and that the as sue will be board on Wed
nesday, the 7th day al Ncvember ,.1S8S. at the
hour of 10 o'clock a, m . at the regular Novem Adjournment of Circuit
ber tela. of the county oonrt of Yamhill
B P. Bola«,Tad« of third J
NANCY A DAVI».
regularly opacad the olreaH «s
oounty •» Lafayatu os Moadsy,
1888, and on
ant parte of
, «H Monday.
Administrator’» Sale of Real Ba
I and ly-
Cavaste, and Tra»s Marks nbtelasd. sad all
Pstest bastare» >Mtoill4 tor Motor»» Pre».
Our oMreI»repute U. H. P»te»toflw. Wo
kava m Mb-ageaato«.»Ilk«
asa traaaact «aloni k
Leaa Cost tbsa three
Band andai, drtiwl
U m Wa advtoa I.
«Serre Oar feo Rot
A bosk, 'Howls
•tlboboar .( I •'•teok a. te.