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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1888)
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rpgi.niHM> EVERT FRIDAY
FRANK t. HABDIN6.
¿hooper year. feadvbao*......... 82 00
ri Cepr. ito month* in advare........ 1 80
fatomd at the poetoffice at Lafayette,
|Wgon, M second-class matter.________
DR. J. C. MICHAUX,
TM UvMtata« otte» of tU
“ A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1888.
THE AMERICAN EXBIBIT
eyening the citiaene of this
practicing Physician and Surgeon,
October 29, »88.
TO BK MAD^ftT TliE 1-AK1B WORLD’S*TA1B
place were favored with a fair and candid
NEXT YEAR—DETAILS OP THE PROJECT
Our opera house will soon be com
discussion of the tariff question from the pleted.
WHICH HAB BEEN ENDORSED BY
democratic standpoint by Hon. L. B.
B. F. Blood has moved into J. W. Col
Cox, of Portland. Notwithstanding the
Exposition of 1889, at
fact tliat every one thinks hw knows all
Paris, promises to be one of the largest
J. BURT MOORE,
about the great economic question in
and most successful of the world’s fairs
volved in this campaign, Mr. Cox brought occasionally.
held in recent years. Elaborate arrange
PHYSICIAN and surgeon ,
out some points not likely to be thought
ments for the reception and diitforf^f the
of or considered by those not so well
exhibits are well under way, and unusual
posted as himself. He explained the dif I Miss Minnie Pierce visited the Me- facilities both for the transportation of
ference between the tariff bills of the two ' chanic’s fair last week.
goods from this country and their cart
DR. G. H. SMITH,
parties, and claimed that the Benate bill I The n -w Methodist man preached for are assured. The French government
waa not introduced with any intent on , the Carltonians yesterday.
extended a formal invitation to the United
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
the part of its framers to pass it, but
J. W. Redd lost his purse the other States to take part in the exposition. Th
invitation was accepted by a joint reeolu
B aker .—At his home in Portland, Ore solely for political effect; while on the day, containing $15 in coin.
«>n of the senate and house of repreapn-
gon, Saturday, October 27, 1888, of ty other hand' the Mills bill is an honest
phoid fever, Allen B. Baker, aged 33 measure intended for the relief of the
tives, and the governors ot the several,
Sanier? » Specialty.
etor believes in free whisky and beer.
years and 10 months.
states and territories were requested to
people, who should give the democratic
Mr. Baker was bom in Thurston county, party their support in this campaigu.
J. II. Fairchilds starts next Wednes invite the people to assist in the propel
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Washington territory. Came to Lafay Mr. Cox closed with a growing tribute to day for the Palouse country, where he representation of the products of Amer
ette, Oregon, in 1875, and removed to Cleveland and Thurman, who are worthy will locate.
ican industry and of the natural re
----- or m ’ minkville , or .,-----
McMinnville in 1881, where he followed men and will faithfully execute the laws
W. A. Howe has the addition to his sources of the country. The president
. ........ President, the occupation of druggist until 1885.
of the country.
store completed, which makes a great was directed to appoint a commisaioner-
Vice-President,, He was married October 25, 1882, to Mias
general and an assistaht commissioner
• Tuesday evening a fair audience as deal more room.
. I ■
........... Cashier. Phoebe Henry, of Lafayette. He was
sembled at the court house to listen to an
Clem says be is going to keep up the general, to make all of the arrangement»
Transact* a general Bae king Business, De one of President Cleveland’s first appoint address by H. B. Nichols, w^io came to
record of the family in the marriage busi for exhibits and represent the govern
posits received subject to check. Helis eight ees, receiving the appointment of postal
ment at the exposition. He waa also di
Bill the appointment previously made for ness—his turn next.
exchange and tilegraphio traiufere on Now
clerk in the railway service, which duties Hon. J. K. Weatherford, of Albany. Mr.
rected to'appoint nine scientific expert»
lark, Han Francisco and Portland.
W. A. Howe started on Thursday for
June 24. ly.
he performed faithfully until his death. Nichols launched at once into the depths
as assistants to the commission, each to
Chicago to buy goods for his already
He leaves a wife, child, an aged mother,
be assigned to one of hie nine groups
the issue and for an hour or there large and growing trade.
N c MINNVILLE national bank . brothers and sister, and a host of other of
into which the exhibits will be divided.
abouts continued to bring to the notice of
G. N. Watkins brought to us five Provision was made for the salaries of
relatives and friends to mourn his early his hearers such facts as he had found.
M’ m INNVILLE,' OREGON.
death. He was a member of Occidental While he considers Cleveland a great apples that weighed eleven pounds; be the commissioners and the necessary as
I * •
Tranaaot* a Gensral Banking DnaineM.
lodge, No. 30,1. 0. 0. F., of McMinnville; man, he thinks the tariff question greater calls them the Cleveland Bose.
sistants, and the sum ot $250,000 was ap
Died.—At his father’s home, of con propriated to be used under the direction
hvrident. ...................... J. W. COWLS and also of Charity lodge, No. 7, A. O. than Cleveland; greater than any man;
V’iCc l’resident .4........ LEE LAUGHLIN U. W., of the same place. The funeral greater than any party. This tariff issue sumption, after a long and lingering ill of the secretary of state to defray all ex
penses. The action of congress waa ap
('•shier...........................CLARK BRALY services were held at the M. E. church comes home to every household; not one ness, J. A. Walker, aged 32 years.
here Tuesday morning, and were largely can escape the unreasonable and un
We understand that Mr. Demijohn is proved May 10th, and the president has
Sells exchange on Portland, San Francisco
attended by his old friends and members necessary taxation imposed under the going to start a deadfall in the Johnson appointed General William B. Franklin,
«ad New York.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
of the benevolent orders. His remains plea of protection. The policy of the re house, west of the railroad. Next.
commissioner-general, and Mr. Somer
Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p m.
were interred in Johnson cemetery.
publican party is to obstruct commerce;
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bodie will soon ville P. Tuck, assistant commissioner
to hinder and curtail an exchange busi move into the little white bouse on the general. —
LIST OF LETTERS
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
The commissioners have established
ness with the people of other nations, in- i corner of Railload and Main street.
their headquarters in the Mills building,
Remaining unclaimed in the poetoffice stead of allowing foreign goods to come
Mr. Hibbard is making an effort to get
I Mrs. II. Hurley visited Portland last
at Lafayette, Or., November 1, 1888:
here at a reasonable price in pay for our into our school district; the new addition New York city, and are busily engaged
KirPtfood, Thomae; Shipley, Charles; wheat and other products, of' which we will include Mr. J. F. Bateman’s place. receiving applications and perfecting the
Wm. Campbell, of McMinnville, was Tinsley, Mies Belle; Wan, Miss Jessie; have more than we can use. This policy
details for a complete representation.
Mr. O. F. Hibbard, late of Butte Creek, The exposition will open May 5 and
in town Monday.
Wilson, James; Wurxweiler, Wm,; Rob- has driven American shipping from the
has taken possession of his farm west of close October 31, 1889, and there, will be
Jas. McCain returned front a trip to ertson, W. F.
high seas, and if continued wilt in a short
the river, and is building a commodious no charge for space occupied by exhibi
Tillamook on- Sunday.
Parties calling for the above letters will time bankrupt the nation; this is not an
house on the same.
tors. The commission will forward and
L. G. Suiter and wile Attended the fair please say “advertised.” One cent each American system (protection so-called),
Unde Doc’s large new shed, which return all articles received free of freight
at Portland last Friday.
G. E. J ohnson , Postmaster.
2,000 years ago, when they built the was nearly completed, fell and demol charges.
Jesse Edwards and wife, of Newberg,
Goods of exhibitor^ who are unable tq
great wall, and claimed China for Chi ished a wheel of his feeder, and everlast
were in town Wednesday.
C ounty C ourt .—Court convened on
nese as the republicans now claim Amer ingly fixed his binder, butting the butt go to Paris or send representatives, will
Presbyterian choir meeting Saturday Monday. " Mutter of Edgar Poppleton’« ica for Americans. The Chinese failed end of the butter off of the binding appar be cared for. free of all expense, except
tux continued to November 7, 1888; name then, and the republicans will fail now. atus No one was -hurt, as the mules tliat of unpacking and repacking. There
ifternoOn, as usual, at 2:30 o’clock.
and dogs were in the other pasture. wiil be no duties to pay except on goods
Regular term of probate and county in Wm. Jamieson’« case. M. C. Rudder
Reduce the aurplaa is the keynote.
Next time use lots of nails, and never get that are sold or consumed. Tbs French
was allowed $850 on bridge work and the
court will convene next Wednesday.
•t8*re. upon the roof until the shingles are all on. regulations state that all objects exhib
Pauly Jail company were allowed $5,310
Mrs. Mattey visited relatives at Junc
H awk -E yb .
on courthouse work. These were the
ited will be protected against piracy of
tion City last week, returning Saturday.
The following deeds were recorded dur
only bills passed on or allowed, notwith
inventians or designs.
Jos. Bsrbean, a native of England, was standing the fact that there are bills of ing the week ending October 27, 1888:
The exhibition is to be divided into
David J. Wood to Margaret H. Word,
admitted to citixenship by Judge Loug- merchants, doctors and others filed with
October 30, 1888.
nine groups or departments, as follows:
hary on Monday.
the county clerk amounting to several lots 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 block 3, also lots 1,
. 1. Works of art.
Mrs. F. W. Fenton returned from a hundred dollars, some of which were 2 and 3, block 4, also lots 1 and 6, block
2. Edqcation, and processes used there
Roads rather slick.
thfee weeks’ visit to relatives at Mon- filed as long ago as September 15th. It 2, and lot 1, block 5, Newberg; $2('O.
School is doing nicely.
James H. Davis to Maria Davis, undi
tnovth last week.
would be simply justice to allow the bills
3. Plain and decorative house furni
Vote next Tuesday as you pray.
Hon. J. T. Gregg, secretary of ^litre in the order of their filing. J. 11. Olds
28, t 4 a, r Ay ; $100.
Jack Frost made his appearance this
4. Textile fabrics. ,
publican state central committee, was in was appointed justice of the peace for La
Jesse Edwards and wife to Lindley Par- morning.
5. The raw and Manufactured pro
fayette precinct, vice A. M. Hurley re
kar, lots 16, 17 and 18, block 23, New
Newcomers and new bouses are getting ducts of mining, forestry, chemistry, etc.
The little child of H. Gaterman, who
berg ; $100.
6. Apparatus and methods of mechan
was so terribly burned two weeks ago, is
c . R. R. Co. to John N. Town
C. B Wiley and family, of Sheridan, ical industries.
send, lot 3, section 35,J 4 s, r 6 w, 32.01
7. Food products.
are down on a visit.
There will be a masquerade ball at removal ot Mr. Hurley from this place to acres; $76.
8. Agriculture, vine cultnre and fish
Remember next Tuesday to vote for
Independence. A. M. Hurley is the
Wm. P. Thomas to Harriet Hold, part
North Yamhill on Thanksgiving evening.
.principle and not party.
man who will remove and practice law at of lot 8 block 6, Newberg; $250.
Caids will soon be out.
Independence. Judge H. Hurley, of the
J. D. Tarrant has put some new im
Theron G. Lee-and wife to Mrs. E. A.
The French government has appropri
Have you solfl yonr wheat ? Remem firm of McCain 4 Hurley, is not the
V’..__ ated 43,000.000 francs toward the expense
Leonard, lot 5, block 7, Chandler’s addi provements on his dam.
ber the printer. The winter is coming man, and he wishes it understood that
tion to M cMinnville; $200.
Morris A Miles have received a large of the exposition. An adviflory commis
on and he needs his dues.
be may be found with Mr. McCain at the
Ruth Bradshaw to W. L. Bradshaw, aupply ol tea from Japan.
sion consisting of 300 members and styled
Money to loan on real estate in sums to old stand, ready to do any business that 45.6 acres of the Luke McKern land claim
Mrs. Clara Leahman and family, of the "Grand Council of the World’s Ex
»nit by Fenton 4 Fenton, at Lafayette may be entrusted to them.
13 s, r 2 w; fl.. „ *
hibition of 1889," have been appointed.
Bellevue, are visiting here.
and McMinnville, Oregon.
R eady yob B usiness .—The many pa
•'.F. A. Morris and All. Blair have gone The minister of commerce and manufac
Johnny Wright and Theo. JJauswirth,
tures acts as president of this council and
to the Cascade range on a hnut.
trons and friends of Dr. J. C. Michaux
ol North Yamhill, were in town Tuesday,
also as commissioner-general of the exhi
During the mouth of October nutr
will be glad to learn that he has recov
and paid this office a call.
bition. The grand council is divided in
ered from his recent severe attack of fever, riage licenses were issued to the following turned home thia morning from a visit.
to twenty-two advisory committees, who
Miss Belle Belcher took her departure and is now ready to prescribe for and parties by County Clerk Hobbs:
have charge of the different departments
for Belcherville, Texas, on Tuesday, counsel with all who may desire his ser 1—Colin Allison 22. Maud Billings 17.
road near Tarrant's mill, as it is in a bad and the management of the exposition.
where ihe will spend the winter.
vices. He is gaining strength rapidly, 5— G. M. Bewley 23, Mary E. Bewley 22. condition.
The building* for the exposition sre
A family arrived in town Monday af- and will soon be strong enough to ride, 6— R. L. Bewley 23, Anna R. Young 24.
Married —October 23, 1888, Dr. J. B. now nearly completed. They occupy the
Mrnoon from Tacoma by private convey and visit patients wherever they may 8— W. M.Toney 23, Martha J. Wallan 16.
9— AV. F. L. Wright 24, H. F. Bamnm 22. Moore and Miss Emma Hoskins. We Champ-de-Mars and the Troeadero palace
ance, and have taken np their abode need his services.
and park on the banks of the Seine. In
»—L. J. Patterso- 26, C. A. Simpson 16. wish the couple s long and happy life.
the park at the entrance to the exhibi
None« to D ebtors —Notice is hereby TO—E. M. Bnedwell 26, N. Hendrick 26.
Dr. II. A. Smith, dentist, of Astoria,
tion on th« Champ-de-Mars the wonder
given tliat the books and accounts of the 10— Van. Scott 30, S. E. McDowell 17.
CHEAPER WHISKY AND DEARER
formerly of this place, spent a few days
ful Eiffell tower is now in course of erec
late firm of Littlefield 4 Calbreath are in 11— Ohas. Dancer 22, Grace Hoffman 17.
here this week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. my hands for collection and settlement,
tion. It is to be entirely of iron and
12— Geo. W. Gaunt 22, Ida B. Smith 16.
Cheaper wliiskv and dearer clothes!
1,000 feet in height. Its object is to show
and all parties knowing themselves in 16—C. Loder 52, C. McCutcheon 49.
That’s the way tl>e platform goes,
the triumph of modem engineering skill.
Hon. L. B. Cox, of Portland, paid this debted to said firm are requested to call 19-C. C. Perrine 22, Untie Russel) 23.
Of the new-fangled republican party 1
It will be furnished with an elevator ol
office a call while in tpwn Monday. He at my office and settle immediately, and 22— Chasi L. Jenson 22, Ella Conlee 16.
Dearer blankets, shirts and caps, -
American manufacture. On the right of
wws at one time editor of the Eait Oregon- save themselves further trouble, as the 23— W. W. Eastabrook«23 ,N. Hendereon20. Dearer dresses, coats and wraps,
the tower is the Palace of Liberal Aria,
business of said firm must be settled im 24— Wm. Fnnk 26, Annie Fox 22.
b«n of Pendleton.
Dearer stockings, yarns and socks,
and on the left 1* the fine Palace of Fine
24—F. Barber 23, R. L. Landingham 17. Dearer hinges, nails and locks,
W. L. B radshaw .
H. P. Stuart, of McMinnville, charged mediately.
Dearer leather, loots and «hoes,
Arts. Large garden* occupy the centre
27—L. Townsend 26, A. A. Coulter 21.
with incendiarism, had an examination
Itaarer coffin« and dearer screws,
ir . F ob L arceny .—On Tuesday, Constable
of the square, nnd at the back is the
before Justice Harding, ot that town, on J. H. Rees, of East Chehalem precinct, 29—R. L. Jones 19, C. L. Parrish 17.
But cheaper whisky, cigars and beer,
main building, or the » gallery, of machine*
That's the platform—isn’t it queer 7—
Wednesday, and was discharged.
brought Willard M-Wood to Lafayette NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
as it is called. The 1 Esplanide of In vale
Of the new-fangled republican party I
Hon. J. N. Dolph, United States sena- and turned him over to Deputy Sheriff
ide» is reserved for tlie proilucta of the
Two or more snrgecna representing Leave unprotected bay and corn.
hw, will address the Yamhillera on tariff Bryan, who placed him in the jail to
French colonies. The buildings are mag
this institute will be at the Essex house, But tax the plow and dinner horn!
nificent structures uf glass and iron,
•nd rich, at the opera house in McM!nn- await the action of the grand jury in his Ijdayette, Oregon, November 14. 1888, Let farmers sell as beat they can.
But when they leiy, tax every man—
’ide. Saturday evening, November 3, case. Wood is charged with larceny in a
lighted by electricity and fitted with
Except on whisky, cigars anil v ine,
dwel.mg, and waa examined oefore Dr for one day only.
They come fully prepare-1 with al! the For that’s the platform—isn’t it fine?— everv
Il ls expected that the total number of
A. Mills, justice of the peace, who boaMd
Of tire new-tangled republican party I exhibitors from all conntriee will reach
apparatus necessary for the successful
X Ptof. C. A. Bauer, the genial writing
treatment ol their specialties, curvature "Protect” the suffering capitalist,
30,0N); it is .estimated that 12,000,000
fcteber, who taught a successful writing him over._____
persons will enter the ground* and build
of the spine, diseases of ihe hip and knee But the wage-earner never once assist!
Haw’s This 7
•»bool at this place last winter, is in
ings. Home idea of the magnitude ot the
, tawn. He will open a writing school
We offer one hundred ddjars reward
exhibition may be gained lion* the fact
h*re after election.
for any case <>f catarrh that can not be
With cireaper whiskv and dearer clothe* that the total area of bnildings and en-
nda. which la to be lighted by
treating these troubles as well as all
cured by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure
that’s the way the platform goes,
When you visit Lafayette do not fail to
F. J Cheney 4 Co., props , Toledo. O chronic and sexual disease* has made for For
1,000,038 square foet. The
Of the new-fangfed republican party!
to the United Htataa is
into the store of Bird A Gates and
Ve. the undersigned, have knows r.(
- __ ata ■ i
sqaase feet. An exhibit
i •»•roine and price the large and varied J. Cheney lor th* last 15 yearn, si.dbe-
T hs BrB*K*B«iiir.—The papers ot thia
Upon application, references will Ire
from this eom.try hilly equal to that of
clothing which they have pur- lieve
ness transactions, and finar.naBy *b«'to furnished from patients in all parte of the state are already talking of the speaker 1878 is expected, awd it la honed that it
and now have on hand for their carry out any obligations made by their
ship ol tire lower bouse of the next legis will be moch iaagar. There are nuroar-
one line» at industry that Bead naw
*ni1 winter trade, and are selling at
All persons whn are »«Oering from any lature. J. t. 'Blrrndell, ot Douglas coenty, market* for their goods, and thia exhibi
\V^,t A Trnax, wholesale druggists, To-
g**that *lofT ,nT *nd *n competition
these eomplaffits, should not fail to has been spoken of in eonttertion witli tion will .ffoedflbs m *» oppartornty for
^Rl'have *l«o B line ol ladies', misses'
Walding. Kin nan 4 Marvin, wuoleaale take advantage uf this opportunity for re- the ottse, and ths TierekismleMer, at foreign dinlay.
^childrens' cloaks which they are sell-
YbeDsHss, advocates the ebrims <8 E. L.
All of th* European countriea except
druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
fc» les« th^ Portland prices.
Waaro. for Ute bcoor. Ufa Germany, take an inte
The schooner M.ksh floundered in • Mkthadkht
tional bank, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken
.term oil Trllamook la* Wsdoasdqv
acting directly upon the
Her bull drifted into tb* bay bottom sM
tie. Sold by an druggists
* » op. It is supposed all on board,
heavy rain of
or thirteen men, were Jost. Hhe
WHBAT^-Sniter 4 Daniel are offering
baUsst, coming north for lomher
75 cents per baahel etear, •<» »heat
J ensen —C onlee —In West Chehalem,
October 26, 1888, at the residence of
John Conlee, by Eld. W. E. McCutch
eon, Charlie L. Jenson andEIla Conlee.
all of West Chehalem.
E astabbookb —H endebson .—October 27,
1888, at McMinnville, Oregon, W. W
Eastabrooks and Miss Nettie Hender
son, both of McMinnville.
Mr. Eastabrooks is well and favorably
known here, . while the bride
is one of the
most popular young ladies of McMinn
ville. The R eui - teb and their many
friends wish them a happy voyage over
the sea of matt imony.
Sac rotary ot Traaaan...,
Secretai? of ike lutertor.
Seoreiary of War..........
Secretar» of Navy...........
. Gro»«r Cte»eh*a
. . .Thoa. F. haver*
. .Ch*«. 8. Fairchild
W. F. Vile.
. . W«.C. kfldteiti
... W.C. White.
D«n M Dickies, n
. .. A. H. Ga.iand
Meta lite W.fullei
Be a* tore............ "
j J. H. Mhchcll
5 í 7 f .' l 2¡1
R. F. Sales
H. H. Hewitt
J. K- Masara
This powder never varira. A marvel of por
Ity, atr ugth and wholeaomonaae. Mor* eco
nomical than the ordinary kioda. and oannot ba BehoofBaperintenflMt
so* to competition with the mnltitade of low
ton', ahort weight alnu. or phoapbata powder*
I. B. Fellow«
Sold only In erne. R otsl Baxisa P owder . CoamiMioiier*.......................r-IB'J*- K,»gary
Go., 10« Wall Bt! NIT.
J. J. Hembree, Proprietor.
Board of Traete**
I am prepared to give good aeeom.. odatlon
ahort notice, to parson« wtek.a*
team* or oonvoyaoeo.
to train*, _ ate.,
time*. Mv haoka, buggies and hornea ara al
era; • keel in good or. ar.
The Lafayette Flouring Mill
runs ou full time until further
SUITER A DANIEL.
Notice of Final Settleinent. 2
Nntlee la hereby (Iven Ihat th* nnd«r»ig> e<l
excentri* of tb* «alate of Thoa. 0. Davi» da
ceasad, bea lited bar Una) aeeount in aald «a-
tate, and that tb* aama wltl ba beard on Wed-
naeday, thè 7tb day ot Nivember, IMS.attbe
liour of 10 o'eloek a. m , at ih» regolar Rovero-
bar teim of thè eoanlt coart of Yamhill
NANCY A DAY», “
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W. W. Nolt
7—If anha-rlbera ordar the diacontinuarcs
send them until all aman are paid,
.ar" •?b?,€r,!1,£» »Sflfoal to or retaee tota
their periodieelefrom tie office fo whleh tte
t ,b7 *M heU «aponefh
till they ha»« Httkd ihalr bill an<> order
their nap,, dlaooaUnaed.
„„‘.T “•«‘“ribaip novate other piaoeewll
"”r dlr*Uo"‘’ ‘bV Bre b«
«-Th-oourta have decided that refusing
tab. periodfoal* from U. oflioe or remori
and leavias them uooallad for is prlna flu
•»Jteno« of inteatioaal fraud.
6 -The pm
from the a*
.table aloe to
B-P.Balss, JWf* H third Jadió lai «atrio t,
ragalarly spared the elrenlt eoart for Tambtlk
Y YIBTUR AND aOiBOKtTY OF Alt and place It will orearan* anta.
exeealion end a deoraa af fbreeloaur* and
Alijarare, witnteaaa and partios I«
au Order af »al« dniv Imaad oat ot ih* ete required to to*« lad lei al notine of Ibi
rnit orni of tb* »tate of Orecon for YambUI la attendano» et that tiare wbhont bain« in
oounty oa tb* M day of Oetobar, 18*8, **<>* a rabpoanead.
J. W. Hoaaa Clark.
Jodgmant duly anrollad and doaketad In tb»
elei k's olle* of aald ettari, la aald oooatyi a»
thè iota oay of Marsh, 18 8. lo f*v*rof Clar
one« M. Bhekbara, ulelatiff, «ad eg«lnal
CbarledW. Marahy «M B*r*b A. Mnrpky. Ma
alfe: Abraham Blarkbar* aad Carolina Blaek-
burn, els wife: Msttbew Blaabborn and Caro
line Bhokbnin. hi* alibi Ro,»well H. Lawson
end Henry Morphy. Adam Onset and Jamb
A. Ford doing buainas* al San rraqehao, Cal.
ifornl*. under the Arm name of Marnby Orsnl
do O».: Cuartee Wright, doing bnainesl n Han
Fruncí co. Ca Iforofa, under the flrm name vf
Charles Wright A Co., J. W. Bbeltont 1- A.
F',r ; T. W. Perry; F. Pi Hembr a-. H. B. Stev
enson. M. J. Peckham; ame» McCain and
H. Hurley, p.rinses as MoOato fc Harley. H.
W Price: Edgar Pnppletoa and Roh rs Han
kle; defendants; for th* sum of fl Jflt.Ofl sad
liib-reat from Marot SO l«m, at 8 per eent per
annum, and $200 spool 4 aUornev’a fee*, and
cost* tatwl at Fl .80, and to ■*« duly directed
and delivered, I did on th* Sih day or Oel.ber,
iflefl, duly sate* and levy unen th* foil .wtng
das rfbed real esteta a* by law provided, te-wti:
The doMtiea Usrt a aim of Wm. D. Clark
and Pbmb Clark, hl* al e, t a same bam»
pail* of eatiions 9, 10 and II, In 11 a. r 4 west
nt the Wlllsme.ti meridian; hounded by be
ginning t a point 13 chaina and 36 link* south,
an I 8 chai s and 7 llaka weal of th* north**»!
oom rot -ectioa 9, and running l heno» north
80 degrees M minute*, east SO AV 100 obaloa;
lhenow north M degrees 45 minutes, east 7* 7*
loll chaina; thence eon th SI 81 1(0 abato»; thane»
north 88 degrees 43 minuta» west At SJI-IOO
cha n»-, thane» north 8» ¿agrees 80 mtantee,
aert 16 11100 eludía; heno» south M 70400
chains; theoe» north M dagraea 48 minutes.
14 15-i«M> ohalaei thsaes oartb lfl atin
óte», weal 418V 100 ehare* to the plaaa *r ha-
sinolog; containing 403 M 100 aera»; excepting
lOUae es off of the weetand t aaM destallo*
laad claim sold to James Thoma* Apr» a, 1H&7|
all of lbs laad lying sad being to Yamhill
N»w, ih-refere, br »Ina* at -aid eaaeotloa, an
«atarea!, te* late ** «tambas. 1888.
*1 the hoar ol 1 o'eloeb p. as., a Mia court honre
djor. i* iba town of l.afay»Ue, la ante ooaaty
and ateto. I will sell st pabilo aoetton ths
shave deseribad real «state of »aid defendaate
to the high st hl dar for cash I* band, lo salla
ty ssM iu.lgmrnt. oeste and saaraliig «oats,
Dated thia 6th da) ol Oatobar, lsss.
T J HARKIN,
Hh-rifl of Yarehlll eunnty. Or.
Cavaata. a*4 Trade Wart* abtatoad and alt
Patent boataneo aondnatod tar Imlaraaa Pane.