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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1887)
Skating rink to-night.
A Universal Favorite.
Win. Warren is in I lie city.
I The most popular, most enjoyable
1 Commission auction house.
The new and elegant residence be
Latest improved straw cutters at F. J. .m l cheapest publication on the Pacific
coast ia The West Shore magazine, and longing to Dr. T, W. Shelton of Eugene
The Oregon tains have commenced.
City was burned last Sunday night. Il
Bovs wete skating on the reservoir it should be in every house, counting
Abhor Saylor returned home last Sat last Wet k
! room and library. 7’he fmmeis, especi a as just completed but not vit occupied.
Is now fitted up in first class order.
The fire, it is supposed to be the work
Jahn Roh' arrived in this city, Sat ally, will find it u clean, wholesome, en
Ac< oinmadations as good as can be
Souvenir Tea at Baxter & ltogeis 75 urday after notm.
tertaining family visitor. It is tl;e cheap of incendiaries. Loss $19,000, insured
foun din the city.
tents a jar.
For your tine Cbiistmas presents go est illusbated muguzine i>i the world, and
8. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
Win. Knight returned from Yaquina to Rogers & Todd’s.
I and lias no snpeiior in artistic merit.
The 142-hour go-as-you-please race
A young man from Salem has started ; Tlie West Shore for 1888 will be grea ly ended in Philadelphia on Saturday eve
i'lit -tnun gold« far young and old at a loiter skating rink.
Natic9 for Publication.
j enlarged in size, and improved in con niug. Littlewood the Englishman gets
A first place. The following is the num
L and O ffice at Oregon City. Or.. )
For fancy toilet articles go to Roger's tents, both literary and artistic.
Nov. 26. 1887.»
I. Mi-tin Im a (liu display o; t >0 » & Todd’s they have many styles.
, magnificent, oleograph ot the "Entrance ber of miles walked by the five finisher» :
Nonce is hereby eriven that the following-
n II. a sL -w winilow.
naincd srtder has filed notice of Ids inten
Call an I see F. J. Martin's new stock
Tin» windows of our marcliants are of hard« as a I: c sts you nothing to pared, ami is superior ill every respec 53.) miles ; Punchot,504 miles and 9 laps ; tion to make final proof in support of liis
• *---» said - proof
-—f will ’• be made l»e-
Jlleil with choice articles.
ts the handsome coloied eng aving of Noremae, 501 miles and 6 laps; Elson fore the county clerk of Clatsop county. Or
Mr. Follows lias installed himself in
500 miles and 1 lap.
! í*giste?e«i 4 degrees
ary 13. 18.88, viz; Wm. Tubbesing, pre em
he new Odd Fellows liuiidin -
morning at El Una* tilul ma:ilia picture and the Noveinher
The report of the third assistant post piimi D. L No, 4893, for the W
<»f S \V
i bu- g
J. O. Guild sends his two d.uui.te.s
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N \V of sec 27, T3 NR 10W.
aunt free to all Hiibscribing for 1888 master gent r..l for the last fiscal year and
o the Friends academy of Newbv g
C. t i’oling will preach at the t'h is- ) must liberal clubbing list with leading ¡shows that the total [>ost:il revenue of
prove his continuous residence upon, and
Miss Cora Wallace, returned t om a tian ci • I.. b .uv;.lay «lining at I lie usual publications is now made lip, and will be , the year waa $48,837,009 Total expend- cultivation of, said land, viz: Win Scholl-
isit in l*oiHand last Friday evening.
sent to any one who des.res to take the
niey<T. II. 11 >ch< I n.eyer. Henry Ober and
ituies of the year inelud'ug < utntanding i'\ J. Lange, ail of Nehalem, Tillamook
Nails, bolts, builders haidwaro and West Shore in connection with ether
Don't forget to ace those noveltie“, in
liabilities $53,133,252, deficit in revenue, com tv, Oregon.
loliday goods, at Mrs. Tuikei’s Bazar. all kinds of carpeutei’s tools at F. J. publications. The Hiibsciiptioli price ia
W T. BURNEY. Register.
I only $2.59. Address L. Samimi, pub-i $4,295,643. There are 2,336 presidential
Prof. McDonald, the phrenologist is
’ I.slier of tho The West Shore, Portland, ! offices divided into classes as follows:
Books For Everybody.
Two cases if lung fever in the city; 1 Oregon.
svtiiring at the Masonic Hall in Port-
First 82, second 435, thiid, 1819. The At 10, 15, 20. 25 cents per copy, in handsome
P. Thoina-ain un i a Mr. btinnel at the
number of money order offices in opera paper binding by all the popular authors.
I Yamhill Rodand Oun Club.
All tba voices around town a e under
Handsome cloth bound gilt edge volumes
tion is 7745.
Geo. W. Bn t has the largest stock
going a course of training far the Can-
by the same authors, at the astonishing
of llolidav goods in Yamhill Co. Go see
In this city on Wednesday nigld a per
The official returns from New York low price of 35 cents per copy These
the bargains he has.
manent oigarization of the Yamhill show that Grunt was defeated lor secre hooks are a job lot. and can not again be
Miss K ite N-Ison returned We lnos-
hoiurlit for the same price, now is your
F. J. Martin has the best stock of agri Rod and Gun Club was formed. The tary of state bv 16,837 plurality. Other chance
av from a visit ill til» naig'ibarli jj .I of
to buy At Chas Grissens
cultural implements and hardware on Officers are 8. A. Manning, president;
democratic pluralities ranged from about
the West Side Road.
F. \V. Redmond, vice-president; II. L. 13,000 for treasurer, to about 15,000 tor
Mr. McClain, agent of the Grand
The Chicago Inter Ocean says Oregon Ileath, secretary ; II. Adam«, treasuter.
londe Indian Reservation was in the
comptroller. The George vote is 69.7711,
The members consist of the following the prohibition vote 42,015, and the
growing legions in the world.
It is shout time for some dramatic
men, J. F. Wisecarver, Henrv Shenk,
If you want any Holiday goods you W. T. Booth, W. F. Collard, F.'W. Red greenback vote 973. The progressive
roop to put in its appearance. Give us
door to the Post offici^
wih lose money if von don't call ou Geo. mond, H. Adam«, T. B. Kay, R. B. labor ticket polled about 6400, mostly
, good one.
W. Burt and learn his prices.
Hibbs, A. M. Dee, 8. A. Manning, W. til New York city, and the scattering vote M c M innville ,
Read Griesen’s Christmas ad. in this
Rogers & Todd have displayed their V. Price, 8. A. Young. A. F. Scott, G. was something ovor 690.
istie. Ilisstoie is filled
Chrismas novelties and they include W. Jones and H I.. Heath. The organ
A half wittod boy named Charlie Ba
ization ia open to all who wish to join
many new and queer designs,
You can get four of the
provided they live in Yamhill county, ker, whose parents resale near l’erida
I'niversalist preaching at Gtange hall and revive a two-thirds vote of the mem III., had witnessed the biitcliering of the
1 a neat little case, for 5) cents, at
Physician and Surgeon,
ot 3 o'clock Sunday ufte> noon, Rev. A.A. bers. Such an organization lias been
logers A Todd’s, tf
Tluiyer. Subject: "What Universal wanted for a long time. It may receive families wiuter meat. Having been M c M innville ,
U. 8. Booth an 1 Jas. Fletchor have ism teaches.”
— [o| —
a few hard hits from its being a Yamhill gone from the house some time one
tnrted a commission auction house.
Office two doors south of postofflec. Re -
All who expect to take pait in "Queen organization but then “ it will get ther- morning with bis brother and sister,
.00k at their notice in another column.
, Esther' •” are requested to be at the just the same.” I’oitlainl wants to look aged respectfully 4 anti 6 years, ho came ¡deuce two doors from railroad on Third
Miss Lizzie Handley left Tuesday I rooms of the Y. W. C. T. U. this evening for her laurals. If a Yamhiller goes back alone, liis clothes covered with street All calls promptly attended to, day
lorning to visit her sister. Mrs. Dr. .1. at 7 o’clock sharp.
down for them they might just as well
blood, and told his mother that lie bad
’. Spencer, living at Lopez Island, W.
be given up.
If you want to preserve the picture of
killed thorn, showing a sliaip butcher
revolutionized the world
your best girl go to Rogers & Todd’s and
knife with which he said he had done 111 I U m
Williams & llilibs are making pants get a becoming Album for the same. -
among the wonders
the work. Following him to a spot in
ein $6.50 upwards.
from $28 They have many kinds.
pwards. Four first class tailors at
Mrs. Manning, a ladv living in the
The town of Weston, Umatilla county, ueighboi hood ot Dayton,'died Sunday the woods, near the slaughter pen, the tem of work that can be performed idl over
advertises that it had a bonus of $4906! from a malady known as exophthalmic
from their lumes. l’av liberal; any one
Saturday afternoon «¡11 be devoted ready for any one who w ill builda Hour | goitre, it is not a common diseas«. Mrs. ' daughter scotched on the ground in a can
do the work, either sex. young or old ;
ntirely to lire ladies at the skating rink, Ing mill of certain capacity there.
Manning removed to the stato from the pool of blood, loth with their throats no special ability required
o gentlemen allowed unless aecompan-
you are started free Cut this out
east thinking that a change would do cut. The gitl was dead and tho boy
>d by a lady.
and return to us and we will send you free
next door to tlie Post oflice, and is now her good.
something of great value ami importance
If you are in McMinnville, and want prepared to do all kinks of gunsmithing.
Thursday the24th, S. A. Caidwell, of
While the family were attending them, to you, that will start you in busines which
good meal or a good bed. go to the! Sewing machine ami locksmith work.
Carlton. Buried Friday.
will bring vou in more money right away
entral hotel; otilv two blocks from the )
Saturday morning at 4 o'clock, J. R. Charlie disappeared again, and search than anything else in the world Grand
If yon don’t find what you want at Caldwell. Buried Sunday.
lain business street.
being made for bitn shortly afterwards, outfit free. Addict» True A Co . Aupv.sta
ather stores go to Geo. W. Burt’s. Better
J ob H oliday A ppeals .—Monday he was found a few steps from the same
g®^l-’ariners nnd their families will' still, come to our’s first and select your
nd Mrs Stuart’s restaurant, opposite Holiday presents while the stock is com the attoi ■mK^for Joa Iloliaday filed a spot, dead, with his jugular vein severed,
SEA W0NDER8 exist in thousands
of forms, but- are surpassed by the
le Grange store, just the place to take plete.
notice of appeal to the supreme couit evidently by his own hand. The wound-
marvels of invention. Those who
meal, when in town.
J. W. Briedwell, Jr., has purchased from the decision of Ju Ige Stearns, made >ed boy ia mending slowly.
arc in need of profitable work that can be
Dr. Tucker is having a fine porch con the interest of J. O. Rogers in the firm last Wednesday, setting aside the order
The value of gold received at the done while living at home should at once
ducted in front of his new building. It of Baxter & Rogers. Mr. Biiedwell is a of the county court, and removing Joe
send their address to Hallett
Co , Port
ill be a fine thing for several other business young man and success is from the executorship of the Holladay mints for t'u fitj.il ye.tr was greater land, Maine, and receive free full informa
•operty owners to do.
than any previous year since 1861. Val tion how either sex. of all ages, can earn
from |5 to $25 per dny and upwards where-
ue of gold deposited, $68,253,072. In ail" ever they live
The town of Moscow, Idaho, has up
You are started free
'Owing tg the removal of J. C. Bralv
T iie Y amhill D elay .—Secretary of dition there is redeposits of the value of Capital iiot required, Home have made
(becomes necessary to elect another wards of $400,000 woitli of assessed
ibool director to fill the vacancy. The property. Twenty honses have been State McBride yesterday received a let $15,193,706. The value of silver deposi over $50 in a single day at this work, All
erected in the town this season. The
>i:tion will take place ’»eecmber 10.
ter from the county judge of Yamhill ted and-purchased was $47.756,916; re
average cost being $300.
[When eliill Dscember's biting wind
REWARDED are those who read
county stating that the county assessor deposits, $462,113. Of the gold depos-
this and then act; they will find
A dancing school will open Saturday
I Your whiskers whistle through ;
honorable employment that will
night at the Band hall. A teacher_has
!< all in and see Burt's holiday stock,
from their home and famil
been procured from Portland. Every
i And spend a dollar or two.
one interested in dancing should attend, sessments of tho county, for the reason 1 gold coin and $516,984 United States ies The profits are large and sure for
every industrious person, may have made
■ Mr. Brnlv and Doi’g. M.-Dona’rl and the price is small, 50 cents.
that many new settlements in tha moun gold coin, and $2,295,219, old material. and are now making several hundred dol
inihis left Situ.-.lay ftn- San Diego,
Coinage of the fiscal year was: Gold, lars a month It is easy for any one to
Mr. Bialy intends to make
$5 and upwards per day. who is will
Lit his place of b-Lnue- r !■>; tl.v future turned from a visit to the family of W. he had been granted extention of time 3,724,720 pieces, valued at $22,393,279; make
in to work, Either sex, old or young; cap
A. McCredy, near Bickleton W. T., and by the county court. lie is Iiurrwmg up,
One day last week a man trying to report Mrs. McCredy being very sick, however, as fast us possible, anil soon silver, 44,231,288 pieces, value $34,366,- ital not neede; we start you* Evertning
No special ability required; vou,
ttrry so us to get a pair of those made- having but few hope« for her recovery. a summary’ of the assessment will be 482; minor coins, 59,169.509 pieces, val new
can do it as well as any one Write
t-order $6.50 pair of pants fiom Wil- .Mrs. McCiedy is an old resident of filed with the secretary ot state, and the ue $943.650. In addition to coinage reader,
to us at once for full particulars, which we
■ ms and Hibbs, fell und broke his Yamhill
free. Address Stinson
Co , Port
stale assessment can then he made.
exoc-iRe-dduring the year gold end silver mail
A national bank will soon baorgrnized
!Tbe entertainment given bv the Mitos in this county. A charter ha« already
C handler ’ s A ddition .—Another ad Gold $58,188,953,; silver, $0,481,611,
ir the benefit of the Baptist church, been applied for. The merchants bank
•tnrday night was a complete success, <»f Portland will be a heavy stockholder dition to the city of McMinnville! A. Silver bullion purchased during the year
English Remedy for Coughs.
he little ones sung Mother Hubbard in in the concern. The Bialy place will be Chandler, will have 15 acres surveyed for silver dollars coinage was 29,433.342
Forest Grove Nov. IGtli.
i uscm I. The bank w ill open about the and laid out into city lots, the fere part standard ounces, nt a cost of $25.988,629
We t eq Ackers English Remedy in our
M . McArthur and wife are in the city ( : first of March.
of next week. This is only the begin
! family whenever we are troubled with
«king for a location. Mr. McArthur
The following officers of Pioneer Coil n-
fine ounce. The number of silver dol coughs, sore throats, and we consider it
bis to this country on account of his' i-il No. 1, It. aml.S M. were elected ami ning, other properl v owners will «ce the
tha best uml most reliablecoug medicine
•allli. He is very well pleased with I installed the 29th nit: A. H, Hodson
groun.l and will do likewise. The 15 silver dollars were distributed from the we have ever used.
1 I'll. III.M;.l, F. Wisecarver, dep,
! acres lay acioss the creek adjoining
E. C. Hughes,
Last week a gent lejpan from C.ilifor- G. F. Tucker, 1’. C. W ; II. A. Tucker, Coliegeimle.
mints during the year, and 10,500,000
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1 was looking around tue town for an In
Rec ; C. W.
transferee to the treasury.
Ackor’s preparation for sale by Geo. W.
igablc location to start a nursery. He : i’alinage, C. G; J. A. C, Fiennd’, condnc- ' P assed A way .—The lollowing is from
The value of gold and silver bars is- Burt.
mts about 5 or 10 acres within easy tor; J. C. Cooper, Stewatd; IV. II. the Grinnell Herald, a paper published
S'lcd from the United States assay office
tclt of this city.
| Bingham, Sentinel.
in Grinnell, Iowa: “A week ago last at New 5'oik and the mint at l'hiladel-
McMinnville ia fast filling up, all the
The Cantata "Queen E«ther'’ will be
uses in town arc oectipie I, and still rendered at Garrison’« Hal! during the Sunday Mrs. L. Thrall, mother of \V. phis, for use in the industrial artsduring
A well establiuhod Millinery bnalncaa
nple come into the town. A nnmbi-i lioUidays, if possible, under the auspices A. Thrall, was ho severoiy kicked by a the year, was $8,865,710 gold and $4,- in the thriving city of McMinnville, rea
cottages put up directly would lie a of the “Babtist Guild” assisted bv horse that she died from the shock ami 471,646 silver.
sons for selling out fixtures and goods,
id financial investment
too much business, having charge of a
"tiler p ominenl singers of the town, injury Wednesday. Mr. Thrall and she
S pobtsman ' s P akaoise .—’The ravages restaurant. For particulars cull on or
It is wise to provide against emergen- uml».« i he di i ection of Pi of. Cai 1 Young. were just starting from home fora slioit
M bs . II. 1*. S tuaht ,
ss which are liable to arise in every This corps of singers aie sparing no
of the despicable skin-hnnlers in South address,
Opposite Grange store.
tnily. In sudden attacks of cold, croup, pain« to give a fine musical treat to the ride, when the horse begin kicking, ami ern Oregon mid the rapid extension of
thma, etc., a bottlo of Ayer’s Cherry public, in this the most beautiful of Can kept it up untii the buggy was pretty
Bucklun’s Arnica Salve.
K-toral will prove a never failing rctne- latas. A full programme in due time.
weli wrecked and both the occupants settlements throughout the state is mak-
ng big game scarce in Oregon, and lov
The undersigned will open a commis injured. Mrs. Thrall was eighty years
The Bost Salve in the world for Cuts,
The weather is darkening between sion auction I ioush in the rooms lately old last month uml had been a resident ers of sport wdl soon have to go far Bruises. Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum,
ie News and Oregonian. It n«eds no occupied bv II. H. Welch in W. T.
«field to enjoy themselves. Idaho, says Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped (lands,
■ophet to say that within a short time I Booth’s bujld.ing on C street, between of this stato for 32 years. Her remains (he Wardner News, has rare attractions Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt-
storm will break between Jas. O’Mera ! 3d ami 4th
ioiiru and positively cures Piles, or no
Where we will «»11 at auc
' the News and Scott of the Oregonian, tion anything from a jack knife to a ial to-day. Mrs. 1'hrall was a woman for the hunter. Almost every kind of pay required. It is gnaianteed to give
»ok out for it.
perfect satisfaction, or inonev refunded.
I threshing machine or fiom a bushel of knew her.” Mrs. I brail is aunt to the
Dr. W. H. Boyd, formerly of Golden- inml to a section of land. Our tiist
fiist sale Wal'ace Bros., of this city. At one time of our territory presents its individual Price 25 cents per box. KogemATodd.
tie, W. T. has moved into town and i day »’ill bo Dec. 10, 1887. And every was a resilient of McMinnville from 1878 attractions. In the Sawtooth range ol
is his office two doors south of the Saturday thereafter, Apply at the auc- to 1883. Hei husband Win. Thrall died mountains the niinrods find glorious
»stoffiee. Dr, Boyd ia an old tesident tion rooms.
in Uiis city.
Mrs. Thiall after the spo.t. This in the abode of tho mountain
I Yamhill county and is a geoil pliysi- ¡U.S. B ooth ,
Tao lots with go.i<I house, well, nml
J as . F letcher ,
death of V-er husband went to Grinnell, goat and thousands of them ara said to
jan and 8 urgeon.
burn, ei(u/«te<l in s ilcHirable part of the
Iowa, where she resided with her son
There is no eloubt about the honest
She had be there at pi esent inhabiting tl.e loftiest city of McMinhville Or. A good war
James McCabo died recently near until her death on Nov. 6.
'ortki of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla as a blood Fxrniinjjlon Idaho. Deceased was well I many friends in this county and Wai a and most rocky points of those grand rantee deed will l>e given to piircliipoer.
The terms are cash. For information
nrifler. Tlionsanils, wlo have been knoan in Oregon and Eastern Washing very estemalde lady.
elevation». These animals weigh from concerning this property call al the T ki .-
•nefitted by its use, will attest its vir ton, having come to Oregon in 1851. He
ei - iione office, McMinnville, Or.
us. This remedy cures liver and ki<l- sei veil two term« as »heritTof Lane coun ¡ W arm W ork fob “L o .”—A livery
icy complaint, and eradicates every ty, Oregon. ' Nine years ago he removed man in Walla Walls, in a general clean In build they somewhat reecmblea hear
Home Produce Market.
race of disease from the system.
from Oregon, ami settled in Idaho. up, fouRil a pair of old pantaloons in the short legs. Their horns are «mall and
Mr. Nelson of Hancok county,Illinois, About a year since ho received injuries closet and threw them out. An Indian sharp puinte.l, the hair long ami straight Corrietc«l for the T rlkhiionb by Baxter A
rrived in this city Monday night. He while at work on his farm that alTeeted
almost as fine as th« Angora goat. 'The
I a cousin to Dr. J. H. Nelson of this the spine. Since that tla'e he has been came along, the breeches were given to Ibex, mi animal almost unknown except I Wheat, i »er bn
ity, is very favorably impreeeed with a constant sutFerer to ths time of his him ami he immediately got into them. in Europe, ia said also lu inhabit the Oats. J kt bu
he country. He intends to return to death. At his death liis mother, wife Unfortunately they had been previously ¡Sawtooth mountains, quite a number Flour, per bar.
Uinois in the spring and is more than and four children were by bis bedside. inhibited by a band of yellow jackets, ' having been seen, ¡Mid it is reported Eg^s, per <h»z ..
kely to return and take up his perinan- Mr. McCabe was one of the oldest and which disputed the right of possession. that several during hunters have resolv Butter, per lb
nt abode in this county.
most respected citizens.
The Indian lost no time in getting to the ed to get w ithin rifle range of this new- <’l»e<-«e, nt st, per lb
reservation, ami considered not on Ike ! ly discovered inhabitant of the Western Apples,
The phrenological wedding last Fri-
Apples, dried per lb.........
oliday P resent .—Price the pho order of his going.
lay evening resulted in the mating of
Potatoes, per oil.. .........
liss Nettie Henderson to Arthur Me- tographer will from this date until tlie
A xnual E lection .—At tha annual
T he I ron W obks .—Mr. F. C. Sinitli,
shoulder ....... ’............
’hillips,Mis« EvaCook to D Bartlioloine first of January give as a a holiday pres
haul, sugar cured
iiss Sarah Kilby to John Knight, Miss ent one 16x20 bromide portrait to any election ot officers of Sterling Chapter, General Superintendent of the Oregon
iae Alexander to Theo. Force, Miss
No. 16, Royal Arch Masons, on Thurs Iron ami Steel Company’s Works at Os Dil'-k«. per d«>z
.ilhe Newgnrd to Knight Olds, Miss person having one dozen cabinet photos day the 24th, the following officeis were
wego, has returned from a trip to the Turkeys, per lb
iattie Sweet to Mr. Rone, the travelling
all to be made from one negative.
elected: H. A. Tucker, High Priest; G East in ths interest ol the company,
gent of the professor.
W. V. P rice .
F. Tucker, King; II. T. Morris, Scrilie; and Tuesday paid a visit to ths works.
The artist. W. P. Johnson is to visit
liorseuian arrived in San Francisco on
icMinnville again, December 8, 9 ami
A ccident cn the O. & C.—An acci Jeto. J. Spencer, C of II; O. O. Hixiaon, Ho found every thing in splendid oid«r. the Oakland ferry boat. He put up his
0, Thursday, Friday and Sat unlay, dent occurred on the extension of the I’. S; J. A. (’. Freund, R. A. C; J. C. and during bis stay arranged for the ac
«tee 1 and registered st the Grand Hotel.
Cooper, G. M.3<1 V; L. Lougharv, G.
iverybody wanting first class photo-
raplis should prepare for him. Cabin Oregon & California. A construction M. 2d V; T. J. Harris, G. M. 1st V; C. commodation of tho men who will be Upon inquiry it was fo ia 1 th it h r w 1«
work done train was standing on a gr^ie just above I). Johnson, Treasurer; C, W. Talmage’ employed then». Between 400 ami 509 James 8. Creamer, a wt.ilthy p’onse -
)s $4 per dozen
lin or Rhine. Come early and get Siskiyon, and engineer and tlie fireman Secretary; W. H. Bingham. Sentinel.
men will be given work, as fast as they merchant of l^adville an 1 that lie ha i
botos that will please yourself and were busy oiling np, when air leaked
can Be obtained. Quite a nmnlier of traverse I the entire diatanca (ioni L»id-
Gallery next door to Cook
out of the brakes ami the train started AJA j W V Lung Disease. Ifyouhavo men are wanted to cut 29,000 cord« ol ville to San Frangiavo, over 14(T) mile«
a Cough or Cold, or tho children are
«. H Greer of Tacoma, brother-in- down grade. The engineer ran after the threatened with Croupor Whorping Cough, wood before the t melters are st a: ted. on horseback, since the 13 of Novembri!
Mr. Smith, while List, purchased a Mr. Creamer was an invali I when h.
w of onr townsmen Jno. J. Spencer train ami succeeded in getting his hand use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
nd Dr. S. A. Yonng, arrived in this on the cowoatcher, when he slipped and further trouble. It is a positive cure, lot of blower engines, tanler, pump, con- left l.eudville, the light air injured hi
ity 'I-rml nv evening overland from Cal- fell, ami the train, consisting of an en and we guarantee it. Price 10 »nd C0a <1< Mera, lion roof, and all the fittings for health and knowing that a change was
the furnace. In a sbo-t time E. <’ necessary he took this means to resto e
brnia. He lia« beeri in attendance at a gine ami tender and a half dozen fl it ,
linister.-i; meeting heb! at Oakland, car*, went flying <io«n Ihe grade, und
Blood El J i Jr is the only Dirlev, ol I’.ttabnrg, l*a., will arrive to him to health, The rotile whi h he
L- re:- rteil the • ‘ s. C. in good condi- striking * cn«ve, th** uh»»le went »*1,.; i\vn»Vl o
Remedy guaran« tit up tlie furnace. He U at present do broil wa« through the wild >rt p r o. the
•taging between mell over tlie grade, .-mashing every* teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup- ing s inilar work at Ashland, Wis , Un ted States. Ile piarmi thioiign th-
Inn with only 13 n-
|>u two road > an - tl at »hi r , ! would th ij. ihi* w II dotay < 'inpMion of the tior.sor Sy phiJi tic Poisoning. It purifies the which lie will finish in about a week. U ute country at a time when the Indian«
nrted next reek. He left for no k n ihe road several day», as they whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic A number of his rii ploy«» will accom w re on tin w.ir path b it w 1« not inolea-
are sboit of engines.
and Neuralgic pains. Wc guarantee it. pany him to 1’uttlaiii.
ed by them, alth-itigh h? saw tttimliera.
NEWS IN GENERAL.
OUR NEW “AD
The St. Charles Hotel
We guarantee our goods to bo First Class,
and the prices as low as the lowest.
When you come to our store vgu will not
be disappointed for we advertise nothing but
what we can fulfill.
e are not winding up our business b;i
intend to keep right on selling Drugs Pat
ent Medicines, Stationery, School Books, etc.,
as long as the people of Yamhill county bon
or us with their patronage. ’
When you come to our store wc guarantee
to give you prompt and courteous attention
and the lowest price possible Very llespect-
ROGERS & TODD,
AV. D. Collard,
A. J. APPERSON.
The County Seat Question is now
a Settled Fact,
inly liusii.cbs is ]!<»< ming at the
il’li Ni 1 R i cot iiiid M. gv store. Jam now
r -^\rq| rei nr< «J to meet inv old friviwlti nndpatrons
'“ 7^^ .nd treat them will) the best quality of
Boot* inui :-1 h » vs in the market, at tlie low-
est possible living prices, and made out of
- ,^thv best material I will not sell vou boots
and shoes tlnit are tanned by the hot liquor
Saxe your money * and buy your
Boots andSliof s wliere you will not be’ im-
^/2fn,<)se<i upon No charge made for sewing
^XKrarips on goods that I &eih Sign of the BIG
ROOT opposite the Grange More. MeMinn-
1*. F BROWNE.
S anta C laus ’
W T BAXTER
—At the new store of -
Baxter & Rogers,
C. GRISSEN’S, « z
An Immense Stock of Beautiful
(Successors to Baxter it Martin)
third st ,
A Bewildering Vision of the Latest
and Prettiest Novelties.
Suitable Gifts for Big and Little,
Great and Small!
M c M innville , or .
Fresh Family Groceries
A new, neat and clean stock
ticle A No 1 Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks,
Colored Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods,
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in season.
We have put our prices down low Give us.
a call, inspect our stock, mid wc will gnar-k
an tee prices to suit you
Everybody Delighted Because My
Prices for the Most Appropri
ate Gifts are Below com
parison and compe
G. E. DETMERINGa
Come and Sec if You Want to Save
A most Complete Assortment of
In the City.
Plain and Fancy Crockery!
W. J. GAURIHOX,
G arrison & co.
Complete Dinner set.«, 100 pieces.
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Cups and Saucers from 5 cents up- The only first c I hi - m market in the citv
Constantly on hand idl kind of fre-h
meats. Highest price paid in rash fur fat
Mugs from 5 cents upward.
sttfck, hides and pelts.
Dolls from 2 cents upward.
Linen A B (.' Books 5 cent«.
br. J. II. NEILSON, Ih'ntist
Genuine Meershauia Goods direct
Rooms over First Nation:,1 Bunk, in Mc
Minnville, < ircgon.
Red Line Poets (cloth), 75 cents Charges M<«ler>ite ami C'ori«i«l<-nt
Iln« the l:tt!-.t Discovery for the Painless
Standard (12 tnoa’), 50 each.
extraction of Teclli.
TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY
Candy and Nuts, Choit -
ECCLCST3N à MAGUIRE.
CALL EARLY To GET CHOICE
Garrison Block, McMinnville, Or.
’ .Io Jlcèlc ’nr.iare the best
Irnrt'. /.eher*« Blood El-
|-'.r I m Ix-z n j- —ci
. I ' -r years for al Uni
vi v ferroef Scrof-