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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1888)
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FRANK 8. HARDING.
“A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
' Entered at the postofltee at Lafayette,
as second-class matter.
Addrcee all covuannicatlone, either for the edi.
forisi or bu.ioDF. departsThe
*««. Lafaj ette. Oregon.
LÀFAYETTE, YAMHILL CÖUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1888.
PR. J. Ç. MICHAUX,
Prtcticinfl Physician and Surgeon,
Judge Loughary was in town Tuesday
M onument tosenatornesmith .
DRIN C DID IT.
As far back as 1886 steps were taken to
The state board ot agriculture met at
A couvict who gave the name of Jamea
Mrs. Susan Grubbs is visiting in Ben ha ve a monument erected to the memory of
the room of the secretary, in the Capito Payne, aged 28, committed from Multno
building, Tuesday afternoon, for its an mah county January 28, 1888, for one
J. E. Magors, of McMinnville, was in ence II rat Side. The last legislature ap nual meeting. The following members year on a charge of larceny in a dwelling,
propriated. $250 for the purpose. The were present: J. T. Appereon, president; died at the penitentiary Monday from re
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Rev. Clyde and wife were visiting monument has arrived and is being T. G. Richmond, V. B. DeLashmutt, D. mittent fever. The prison officials were
placed over his. giave on the old home 8. K. Bnick, M. Wilkins. B. Q. Wilson. always much interested in him from his
friends in town this week.
farm, near Derry, Polk county, but the C. M. Cartwright,
G. Wright, Wm. manly bearing and tine accomplish
Thos. Huston went to Astoria last Sat
physician and surgeon ,
state is not paying for it. The family is Galloway, D. H. Looney and Secretary J. ments, readily recognising that his
urday, returning Monday.
bearing the total expense and the sum T. Gregg. R. E. Bybee, B. B. Keeney, troubles, as he himself assured tlrem,
1 Rev. J. McIntire will preach in West appropriated, we understand, will not be
> the other two members of the board, were the result of dissipation and not
Chehalem on Thanksgiving day.
drawn from the treasury. Tne reason is i were unavoidably absent.
from inherent badneso.
"J, I)R. <a- H. SMITH,
E. R. Poppleton, the nurseryman, is that the amount was so small as to
The reports of the secretary and treasur
It bad been asserted by a fellow con
visiting his daughter near Independence. scarcely be worth applying in the manner er were read and referred to the finance vict, who was confidential with him, that
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Rev. Travis will hold services at the intended. The monument is of marble committee.
Payne was of a wealthy and refined fam
Presbyterian church on Thanksgiving and granite and is 16 feet high with a
The following officer.' were elected for ily in the East, and subsequent facts
polished base covering 16 square feet tbe ensuing year: President, J. T. Ap- bear out the statement. In his cell wae
G. R. Bristow, of East Chehalem pre It will mark the last resting place of one person; vice-president, M. Wilkins;secre found a letter addressed to George E.
cinct, was in town Wednesday, and made of Oregon's noblest pioneers and one tary. J. T. Gregg; treasurer, A. Bush; Myton, from Altoona, Pa., and signed
whose hand was ever ready to take hold chief marshal, T. G, Richmond; marshal simply “Fanniebat written in a strain
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
this office a pleasant call.
of any public measure which promised of the pavilion, A. F. Miller. -
that indicated the writer to be a sister
—OF M’MINNVILLE, OB.,--------
advantage and advancement to the state
The preparation of the premium list who knew nothing of his serious troubles
looking as well as ever. The climate of of Oregon. On the east face is read:
was deferred to a future meeting of the and was affectionately anxious for his re
JACOB WORTMAN................ President,
Eastern Oregon seems to agree with him.
JAMXS WILLIS NESMITH.
C. G. Morey, of Portland, formerly of
Born—July 23, 1820.
Tlie secretarji Jr was requeHted to corres
After his death Supt. Downing, desir
This powder n«»er varl a. A marvel of par
J5O. WORTMAN.......................... Cwhier.
Died—June 17, 1865.
this place, has been in town several days
pond with the different racing associa ous of saving the body from the ordinary ity. alr urtlt and wholoeoaMnaaa. More ooo-
than the ordinary kioda and oanaol bo
An Upright Judge,
Transacts a general Ranking Business. De this week. He gave the R xoisteb a
tions of the North Pacific territory with a fate of unknown criminals, telegraphed Mid fit competition witk ibo mul ttoda of low
posits received subject to check. Helis sight
A Brave Soldier,
welaht «lot., er pkoepbata powder«
exchange and t iegraphic transfers on Nbw
view of forming a racing circuit, and to to Fannie Myton, and in return received
A Wise Legislator,
bold only In e«aa R ot . l Baxtaa row»«.
York, ban Francisco and Portland. ,
Co., 106 Wall Bt: N: Y.
On the west face is inscribed:
Tlie grasses collected by the board for to draw on sight for $200 to pay - funen.l
was in town Tuesday looking for a loca
Pioneer of 1843.
exhibition at the last Btate fair were expenses of George E. Myton, leaving no
tion, and was very much pleased with
M c innville national bank . Lafayette.
Judge under the provisional
turned over to the Oregon state board pf donbt that such was his true name.
Mr. Wyman is secretary of
m ’ m INNVILLE, OREGON.
the North Pacific Tract society, the duties ; ^United States Marshal, 1853-1855.
Though the signature to the dispatch
The finance committee examined and was spelled differently there is sufficient
of which office tajre hitp from home the
Colonel erf Volunteers, 1855.
Transacts a Gensral Banking BLeinjM.
Superintendent Indian Affaire,
approved the reports of the secretary and resemblance to suggest a relative, with
principal part of the time. ,IIe will prob
The Lafayette Floaring Mill
President............................... f. W. COWLS ably buy here.
the ordinary errors of spelling Hable in
Bhited States Senator, 1861-1867.
runs on full time until further
Vice President............ LEE LAUGHLIN
Representative in Congress,
Cashier.......... 7........... ..CLARK BRALY ,
ance brought over frotp 'Ttast '‘year of" Supt. Downing purchased a lot in the notice.
SUITEF A DANIEL.
$5,329.44; received from the state of Ore I. O. O. F. cemetery, had a fine coffin
Sella exchange on Portland, San Francisco
Fine line of birthday cards at tbe furn
T he R oad W b ’ W ant .—Concerning a gon for this year, $5,000; receipts from made, also a fine suit of clothing, and
and New York.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
railroad to Astoria a-edrreBpondent from
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
$2,000 to loan on real security, enquire Pennsylvania, who viewed the situation the last fair, $16,606.95; total receipts, in gave the remains a decent and consider
Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p m.
cluding amount brought over, $26,938.39; ate burial.
at office of W. L. Bradshaw.
while upon a visit to Oregon last year, total disbursements, $23,253.33; leaving
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Money to loan on real estate in sums to says: “Hillsboro anu Forest Grove are a balance in the treasury of $3,686.06.
suit by Fenton & Fenton, at Lafayette on a line with Portland on the Willam-
November 19, 1888.
etre river, and Astoria at the mouth of call of the president.
The Benton Leader is now issued semi and McMinnville, Oregon.
The prospects are good for Sankey yet.
A new paper has been started at New the Columbia. In the coast range moun
Our merchants are doing a fine busi
Carpenters are at work building an ad port, called the Yaquina Republican. tains, just west of Washing'on county,
This makes six papers in Benton county. coal fields have recently been discovered,
dition to.the Masonic hall.
The following deeds were recorded dur
Our opera house will be a “tlaisy”
and before many years it will be neces
Now is a good time to bring in your
Dr. Wm. Harrison, a physician of ex
ing the week ending November 17, 1888:- when finished.
United States to James C. Guild, lot 2,
perience, has located at Newberg, and
D. L. Hudson seems to be doing a
C. W. Watts was marshal of the Har respectfully solicits the patrotiage of the land and Astoria witli branches running section 6,15 s, r 5 w; containing 35 acles.
into these coal fields. When that road
good business peddling.
2*25 Miles Shorter—30 hour* less
rison parade at Albany last week.
Joseph Sober to Abbot Loor Mills,
people of this community.
time than by any other route.
comes to be built it will more than likely
Sumner Carr, of Mcuntain retreat, has
The reception given to Dr. Watts Sat
Already there is considerable talk in branch from the Oregon and California I, 015 acres, being parts cf tlie land.claims
bought him a fine team.
urday evening was largely attended.’
ear Fini elea« through paewnger and freight
this town as to who will take charge of road already built out this way, at either
from Portland end all pointe In the Wil
We want a drag Btore, hardware and line
C. F. Daniels and wife to 8. A. Man
N. A. Harris, the Webfoot miller, was the poetoffice after March 4th. C. W.
valley to and irom Baa Franelaoo.
Hillsboro or Forest Grove; and when ning, lots 7 and 8, block 1, second college tin store, a mill, and a doctor.
in town Wednesday selling buckwheat Watts is spoken of more than any one
onco completed and in running order, it addition to McMinnville; $550.
Time Schedule (except Sundays),
Some of onr good republican friends
else.— Albani Democrat.
will prove of great advantage to both
fatavo Albany. .1:80 pm I Leave Yaqnlna St48 am
H. J. Minthorn and wife to James O. say that Nasby must go. Cutntux?
I j j Ripe blackberries
blackbernes are quite pteni
leave Corvallla l;40 pm LearoCorvalllatO-AI am
a base insinuation against this town those towns, also to the country through
vicinitv. J. M. Kol.y handed us the appeared in the Albany Democrat last which it is to pass on its way to Astoria ” Smock, 5,b« acres pl the John Hess land
I this vicinity.
Mrs. H. B. Stevenson, of Middleton, Arrivo Yaqulua5:30 pm|Ar.4vo Albaay lido am
claim, t3s, tit*; $380.
O. h C. traina oonneot at Albany nnd Cor
I latest supply.
visited with her many friends over Sun relile.
we?.k. That paper should understand This is just what the people of the valley
James C. Smock and wife to Isaac E. day.
The above traino coanool atYaquixa with
The Oregonian’i Wallamette valley that Lafayette had no connection with want. The road should pass through Holt, the above; $3.30.
the Oregon Dovelopemant Co"». Lino ot Bteam-
[ edition, issued last Saturday,-ignored the the shotting of James F. Bewley.
Elder McCutcheon preached the beat eblpa between Yaqnlna and Ban Kraneloeo.
Lafayette to Salem and on to a connec
Chehalem Valley Board of Immigra
l west side entirely.
Just received a line of full stock lioots tion with the Oregon Pacific.
tion to Thomas Murf#fi>yll7.9O acres, t 3 sermon yesterday we have heard for
e'rom Ynqrtna Prom
The fine residence of.Rov.'J. L. Par for $3.75, which we can recommend for
C riminal C abei . xbsnxbs .—Many of our s, r 4 w; $1,600.
“ lai * I a m
“ tteVal'i ov Bib
Mr. Hibbard will soonltave his new Wiliam
rish, in North Salenywas destroyed by service. If you are in need of anything readers will remember a Dr. Frank? who
A. H^IIcdsoii and wife to A. Newmqjt,
WltlametteVnl'y Nor t«th
Nov 12th 4 p m
of the kind you can find the best selection practiced medicine at Dayton and Mc- 10.89 acres of tl^e Joseph R. Young land bouse finished, which is being erected Willamette Vnl'y Nov 30«h
fire last Thursday mailing.
Nov 24 10 a m
on his farm west of town.
There are 110 prieotlers in the Multno- of boots and shoes at the Lafayette boot Min ■ ville three or four years ago, and claim, t 4 s, r 4 w ; $1,200.
Th« company rararvra the right to «bang«
Bailing data« without n"lica.
shoe stora. H arris 4 H anky .
Lucinda A. Hill and Geo. A. Hill, to J.
Judge Billey will soon have his jury
I Utah county jail, which ts^nlirely too and
removed from the latter p:ace to Puyal
N. 11— PaawoKara from Portland and all Wil-
, _______ _ ■
ametta Valley Pnlnia can make ulnue connec
I ■ small to accommodate that numbers
D onation S ociable — On next Thura- lup, Washington territoiy. Some time
tion with the trelaa of the YaqviPA Kovn al
zen»—caused by too much election—a Albany
or Corvaiilp, and if deattned to Ban.
The Washington territory legislature dav evening theie will be a Thanksgiv ago this doctor was called to prescribe son land claim, t 3 s, r 3 w; $25.
G. W. Sappington" and wife to Thomas Fisk man and a Harrison man.
Franclaoo, ahould arrange 'O arrive at Yaqnlna
' will not meetnpxt January, as congress ing donation Bociablo at the retidefrfc of: for A sick man, and pronounced the dis
the evening before date of rail ng.
H awk -E yb .
1 failed to appropriate funds for the same. Judge Hurley for the benefit of Rev. J. ease fever, but another physician said it J. Rowland, tlie s % ot the land claim of
TSitrer Staeuno.«» ’
Andrew T. Hembree, containing 320
Tlie Oregon legislature will convene at McIntire, of the M. E. church. A cor was smallpox. The man. die<i, and the acres; $5.
Will ran between Portland and Corvallla aa
Salem January 14. 1889. Reports of the dial invitation is extended to all to attend
Samuel Cifrino and wife to John
We offer one hundred dollars reward lolloera* No!th boned leaves Corva Ila, Moo-
Frank, had a public funeral, at which
1 various state officers are now in prepara- and donate whatever you can. Anything
for any case of catarrh that can not be dee, Wnlneeday and Friday, ( a m.i laavra
the coffin was opened and the entire au Rhodes, 17-100 of an acre in McMinn enred by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
Salem, Titoaday, Thunder and Saturday.da.
that is useful or needful in a family will
dience filed by the corpse to take a fare ville; $34.
F. J. Cheney & Co., props., Toledo, O. m. Uuotb brand Irav«« Portland, Monday
So far as known the smallpox is not be acceptable, especially cash, There well look at their friend and neighbor.
Wadnoadav and Friday, 8s. tn.¡leave« Saleia,
John Sax and wife to J. C. Hoover, 06-
-We, the nnderaigaed. have known F. Turedv.
Thnmday and Satu'dsy. 0 a. SI.
spreading much in’ Portland The au will be singing and sociability on the Since this occurrence another member of I9O of an acre in McMinnville; $275.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
raewnper and freight rat«« alwaya the low-
lieve him perfectly, honorable in all busi- net For h.toimatlon, apply to Meaare. HUL-
thorities are ot the lookout, for every programme and you will enjoy it, but the family has come down with the
new traitractions, and financially able to .t .lN A l O. Freight BM TIekol Agosto, SM
ACCIDENT ON THE N. G.
doijft forget to take something for the
carry out any obligations, made by their ‘ and Hui 1res» »West, Portland, Orrsra; or to
I smallpox, and the indignation of the
v. C. HOGUE,
One day this week a young son of Mr.
______ __________ _______________ I people of Puyallup knows no hounds,
West & Truax, wholesale1 druggists, To-! Ao^”H <c¿'1cprral*l.P<RraLV "
Vanderhoof was thrown front a horse '"fcoMiNO U p A gain .—Rufus Hatch, of says a private letter to one of our dVaena. train, consisting of a locomotive, a coach
’ *C. B. H a S w ELL, Jr.,
____ ____.SWELL, Jr.,
and considerably stunned. Dr.~Micbaux fcew York,
gives-the following brief opin-1 Dr. Frank has “folded his tent and stole and four box cars, was on its way from Walding, Kinnan«& Marvin, wuolosale nAn'i
A «.4 Oregon Uuvalopmual
Gen’I. Fri. A
am . Agl.,
was called, aud the boj is getting- - tong 4on
“Villard and his away,” not considering it healthy for
druggists, Toledo, Olno.
Co , Montgomery afreet, 8an Franeleoo. Cal.
E. H. Van Hoesen, cashier Toledo Na
golden spike cost me $400,900. He is a him to remain. He would probably
tional bank, Toledo, Ohio.
of Sheridan. At this point of tlie road
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ga- magnetic man. He got $40,001,000 and have been lynahed for bis criminal want
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
of professional knowledge.
terman, who was seriously burned sever
acting directly upon the blood and mucus In re astate nf Mary HUI daotSMd:
rqnnding this four of the box cars jumped surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bot
but when he retired from the Northern
al weeks ago, died last Saturday,
hottes fs hereby aivra to elf whom It may
T hb T own E lxctioh .—On Monday, the the track; the hind wheels of the tender tle. Sold by all druggists. '''j ‘
that by viri»« of an order of the coud -
was buried in tlie Henry cemetery Sun Pacific he was $20,001,001 in debt. He
ooatl of thd Ooonty ot Yamhill and «tate of
will do better this time because he is third day of December, an election will
mad« oa >lw 7th day of Novatabar, A
like the man who wad kicked by the be beld in the incorporated town of La- tive remained on. Two of the box cars progressing fairly. About seven hundred O IsW.I will «eUoa .
Drewsey, Malheur county, lias been se
SATURDAY, DECBMBEB A. 1IM.
mule. He don’t look quite so handsome,
lected as the location of tlie new land of
The election this yeat is of more than or two were th—” irer on their aides. piles will be driven and the bank sloped at 1 o’clock p m of Mid day, oa the premleea,
but lie knows an eternal right more.”
hlgbeat bidder, tbe following deaertboJ
fice established last summer by congress.
dinary importance. The prospect of the
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real property beloogtoff to raid ««tale, to wit:
The new district will consist ot Grant and
Noncx to D ebtors .—Notice is hereby Evangelical college being located here cars which turned over, and tbe other this will cost about $4,000 and the balance
ls>t No U4» aad the arata weat twq thlrda of
the tows of Dayton. Yamhill ranty,
given that tho books and accounts of the should stimulate the people to take more cars were loaded with wheat. None of of the appropriation will be expended lol 247, of
u ateown by tba recorded plat ef raid
^I’rof. Parker and family, Miss Boone late firm of Littlefield A Cal breath are in interest in the welfare and advancement the Chinamen were killed cr seriously next spring in mattress ing the bank with Oregon
town of Da) toa hl the clerk’» ofllee of eAid
eoaoty. Terme 0» rate, Caa* la bead.
tlie town than has heretofore iteen injured, and what injuries some of them willows.
and Mrs. Jessie Johnson attended the my hands for collection and settlement,
De tad Nombra ». 1HM.
J ohn t . W atson ,
teachers’ institute at North Yamhill last and all parties knowing themselves in-1 s|luWn. There are several questions that did receive were mostly ccts and braises.
Exoeotor of raid Esteta.
Saturday. Tlie next institute is to be
Attorneys for Beute.
held at Newberg, December 15, 1888. A at my office and settle immediately, and and men should S- elected who will look the train besides tbe conductor, engineer,
report which was received too late for save themselves further, tronfefo, as the to the town’s best interests. Tbe present fit eman and brakesmen, and they all es
Notice for Publcatton.
busineha of spid firm must be settled im council is composed of good men, who caped uninjured. Fortunately, the train
Ibis issue will appear next week.
have legislated for the town as seemed to was running slow at tbe time of tbe. acci
"’• I*. B badshaw .
To-morrow (Saturday) evening there mediately.
Law» Ornes at Osaoow Cm, I
them wise and beat, and the people are dent, or there wou.d have been a bad
Oregon, Me-.fth. ISM. |
will be an entertainment at Littlefield s
Naw F irm .—Charles R. Fenton, who satisfied. _______ f _ _______
smosh-np and many livea lost. The
Notice > hereby giren tirât the following
hall—fine stereoptican views by Prof. D. recently went to Spokane Falls from thia
named rattler baa Sled notice of hie iateatloo to
DRUG«, MEDICINBF AND CHBMICAM.
A F athxx K ills his Sok.—Last week train was stopped immediately after the
mat« goal proof In rapport of bio «lala, aad
R. Sutton, and readings and recitations county, has entered into partnership
care left the track, and not even tbe
that raid proof «dl bo trade bofrrro th. eraety
by Mr. Haight, elocutionist. Admission, with Geo. W. Beit, ex-district attorney of James Levins, a farmer of Elkton, shot couplings were broken.
or. In rene of hie ahorne«, then the
and killed his son Thomas Levins at Elk-'
Boape. O m M and llroehe«. Tra««««, Soppor
25 cents; children under 12 years, 15 this judicial district, for the practice of
tare. Wiraldor Broees Faory and Toilet A rttaloe county clerk ef YeahlUs, county, Oresun, at
tempera N c F m EETING.
Oregra, Friday, Draember 23, IMS,
B ok« ««'I fftatioaary. Clerk end Weik««,
rente. lecture begins at 7 ¡30 o’clock.
law. From a Spokano paper at hand we
Plated «nd Gold Jewelry
the result of » family row. J.imra Lev
'Die smallest steam engine ever made judge these young men are doing well.
is the programme
.......... - —
Pataat Mealetara, ete.. Fatally Madida«.
ins, the murderer, in
wbrnartoad entry Bo. 4AV for th« lite 7. », »,
has just been completed, after two years They certainly have the best wishes of
an<i th^i man kflledis
L,—r—_— aged about 35 open temperance meeting to be h«U next .GtKHdkMf a BBAMTXO AS BhPitBbBNTED 10 and • •
di labor, for the Paris exhibition. It t» ^heir many friends in Wefifoot.
years. Tbe family, which consists of a Wednesday, evening, November 28, 1888:
composed of 180 pieces of metal, is a
R kmovxd — Yesterday Mr. and Mn\j. father
and six eons, are noted "for their
T. O. Stephens,
• shade under three-fifth# Of an inch in Dixon removed from this place to K“11 wild, qnarfelsome ways, and «hooting st Prayer. .
I height, and weighs lees than one-ninth of
. fjnc wrav
Portland, where Mr. Dixon has »heady
—_ - - is an old habit with them. Recitation
' , an ounce. A watchmaker made it.
engaged in the harnera burinera. They Tlte murderer has already served a term Reading .
. Ivan Daniels
In connection'with our State Agricu - have lived in<$Yarhhill a good many in the penitentiary.________
taial college, Oregon is to have an “et- years, and «fl wbh them prospoiitv in
.... Mary Parker
J a XX wav F ocsd . — R. E. Jafreway, Recitation..
. terimenfretation.** the money to carry it
their now home.
who was arrestci for robhmg a pootoflice Recitation .
•n having been appropriated by congress.
a Iraelae« Meuk ef wale bee. a'eeke.
Q i axtxrlv Mamun -The first quar in Izne county tart rammer, and who Music.......
iavufey sad > putto .1rs and as H um uupreuuduat Caveau, aad Trade M
All the states are to have them. All
Cecil Olla ud
I torts of experimental work in agricnl-
Patent b ietnera
Oar otora ta op
Watebra, Clueka sad Jewelry repairing a apoe-
I tars, stock raising, dairying, etc., is to be be held at Lafayette Saturday and Sun M llolrton, ci tbis^wnnty. has been Holo and Cl
hove aa rahageooto«.
xlty—All wort warranted.
K tarried on.
^t braYbyadj^ Pr.tod M.te. Reading.
Lrra tuet th«»
T^wtav kfter^oon W. W. Levis took a by’tbe presiding elder on Satonlay a 0
T. c. RTBpamn.
marshal, thereby rrflevffig Mr Holston Rental ion
| load at furniture over to the narrow gauge a. m. ; quarterly cMtference immediately
from paying the bonds,-which, we be
I *>Pot. and after it was unlo-uied his tallowing.
a : r .... —
Wan;so — Ten or twelve cords lieve, were $1,0ff7-
f " ^totas ran straV. At the west end Of
Tlie Dalls' jail has beer
ths bridge, near tbe sctasilbouse, 111«
■ taatn ran off the grade and turned the lay this“mattffbNtff«« it right along -ral ceMs.and it ta now
tier*, which is a gm
totffm upmde down, but no serieao<tan - First come, first »enred
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANTS STEAMSHIP LINE.
J. M. Kelty,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
carra» «T átxb , T
Pr»» ideal............... ...........
Beciatary of Stala........
barra Ury of Treasury,...
Barratry of Us interior.
Juoretary of Navy..
Chief J-aUor,.. ..
. .Tho«. F.
..........W. F. Vitra
-. Wm.O. Fadtaotv
. . W.C. Wkltoty
............. wÌ.r H^Js.
Bacretary..........[-f........ J, »Äi
Bupt. Publie Iaatroattaa;.
■ G. W. w«hb Ì
E. B. McElroy
8u pram» Judges,.............
w. W Thayer
Rar P. Lord
U S. bUahea
JSÎ;; '.' ........ ’ j’............. ............ H.H.
B. P. Bote«
.............. j-........................... * B. Magare
free rarer..-................ . «* »
Area u r...................
........T. J, Harria
*....• F- P. Gatee
..... B. ti. Fellows
•" I«. Brutee her
Board of Trastee*.
St —• •• A... ..I....
: .B. Oarprater
........... W. W. Naîtra
TXI LBW or NiwararrM,
l- Sobaori era who da sot giv« axprera Bo
tica to th« contrary ara oonildarad aa wtehiax
to ooatino« thair anbwrlptfona.
1—If anbar-ribera ordar tba dlaconUnuan«« of
th»lr parludieala tbe pobllabera may coutlnu« tu
a«nd Ihrm anlil all arnata are paid.
to or to
ha« bran dlnotod. they are held raeponilbl«
till Way bare rattled ikolr bUl and «rd«r«d
their paper dlooeatlnard.
4— If anbrarlbera niov« to ether plan«« wlih- z
ont loformlnx the pabltohor. ud ibe pepere are M
aent to the former dlreatlca, they are he d V
5- Th- crarta hero doclded that rrfn-tag to
take peHodfoaia from Ike offter or lemovieg
and leaving them uaeallad for ta prime focia
• vldrnoe of Intenlioaal fraad.
6 -The poatmaatar who ikx I m I b to give the
legal aotka of the neeloct of a pereon to take
from tli« offioe the paper addrraeed to klm, to
.lible alee to the publisher for Ibe ubeartotlo*
Borvhaa will bo hold at th« following t tesa
and place« hr Rev. J. Melatile:
Ffratliwrtay—Wrat Chehalem, 11 a. a.;
BeoonS’ Sunday—North Taaehlll, 11 a. m.;
Third Sunday—Ohov Mhoolboara, II a. at.)
Ml. Blohmond. 3 p. ni.
FourthSoudey—Carlton, Ila. ro ¡Lafayette,
DIvLe rarvlora wi t bo conducted by Bev.
Travi« at North Yamhill and Lafayette, •« tel
Norih Yambltl—Finn Sabbath of every month,
for th« prearat, morning and avaulng.
LaAyrtte-K«o.‘nd, third and founl
bathe of every month, at 11 a.m. and
Everybody will Ind a «ordial wot
In 1« «alate ot 0. W. Tolara. dacearadi
Notlca la hereby give« to a|i wham It may
ooocarn that by virlca of an onlar of il e «o«n-
ty conrl of Uie oonaty of Yamhill and atato of
Ore gon. made on the 7th day of it (.vombarJMt,
tbe nadoroixned odmtalatralvr of raid «atato
will rail on Saturday, the
Bib DAY OF DMCBMBER, ISM, •
at 1 o'clock p m of laid day, an tba premleea to
4ho hlgbeat bldtar, iho following dararlbod real
property belonging to raid ealala to-wili
Kliuto to aietion Nc.4.13 a, r W w, oonnty
ot Yambill, atato of Oregon, to-wlti Being the
went bait of the donall'ta land claim of Urean
C. Rogora and Mary Jana Bogora bia wife, alia
ated In motion 4, 1 3 a. r 1 w, of Ibo Wiltametto
meridian, aontalnlug 39U acrea more or leoe,
with the nooptlon ot the followlag deraribM
parcel or tract heretofore raid to W. B. Bavla,
to will Boplnnlna at Ilia a w oornor <f than
w quarter of raid Motion 4; tbenco tooth SO
chalM to the o w corner
aaid Metloa 4i
tbenco earn 7A0-I0Q ebahta; then« north 40
chame; ihonco oaot 10 ohalra; thenoo north 40
ebatna to the north boawdery of rale Metloa 4;
thenco north 89 degroeo 87 minute« moat 17 SO-
100 eboi-a to the place ot boglnntog; oontalolng
100 aero- of land more or I om .
T«ra>« of rale, euh la head.
Dated thia Sth day ef November, 1SSS.
WM. 8. DAVI8.
AdmtatoUator of raid Malate.
Fasrow A Fnirrow,
Attorney a for Beta to.
Adjournment of Circuit Court
B. P. Bolse, lidie 7f_ third Judicial dietriet. —
regularly opei ad the efreeli cran for YambUI
aoealy al Lafayette on Monday, September 14,
1MM, end on eecrant of the amallpos la differ
rat perte of >I m county adjourned the term un
to Monday. Decomber I7.1s>g. at which time
and nlaoe it will convrae agate.
All Jurera, wilneaeea and partie, te calte are
required to taso judicial nolfou of thin and he
In uttendaara al that time w shoot betas again
J. W. Hoaaa Clerk.
By order ef R P. Setae. Jadge-
1 J. J. Hembree, Proprietor,
I»« »rapared 10 xive |B«4 aeeon eBattaw ra
* ”, skort sodas, ta »«raona wlah.ag
trans er eenreyaae«.
ay Perttaa eraaaveff to lertM. ate., el all
ttaera. Mv brake, bngglra and borace ara el-
ws] a lent la »aod er er.
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FEED AND BALE STABLE,
T. 1. NELSON, ProprfotM*,
I an prop«raff »" foreiab
kA DDL« HORSES,
aad averytbtoff la tbe L'Very lire la seed abap ■