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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1888)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Miss Monroe Mulkey is quite sick.
The Od I Fellows move into their new
THE TELEPHONE 8T0VÍ
MEN WHO I! AX E RISEN.
Th? County Seat Question is now a Settled Fact,
NEWS IN GENERAL.
< («n.M < iw ntlv I i’hi?.(•}’» is I » • iiiii g at thé
P rom : xbnt A mrrican * Witö Hw:
L ist Saturday a large crowd assembled
’ • ri< M'.i i: L;-i i.- u.: >| " ' h ?«•>(•, Inni now
C limr .'. d to F am .: by H ard W ork .
I ; rill to 1i.li i ley c.‘ f; iet <1« u ru’pu trou s
telepiio NE WHISPERINGS.
The Central lirnse i.t San Fran
II. C. Plummer of Carlton, dropped in n 8. A. M inning’s store to witness the
‘ ? i » st quality of
.and ti-i’t ll’tin »«th the
The following bits of history show that cisco is in quarantine.
weighing of the T elephone stove, 'i'lie
l’.i-iits and In»'« hi tin* Inn rki t, ut I lie low-
the early life ol many of oar public men
tird made ont of
The New Year is slowly growing oi l.
lbws Holman is slinging antimony in
O.t Jan. 1st a riot occurred at
¿the licit ninlerkd I w!li
men who liad guessed, to weigh the was not spent on flowery be.li of ease :
As usual New Year’s day was vild and ths R eporter ctli> e.
nod shoes that are t- lined by the Lot Ii«pn>r
Glenntany farm, and two me t were
Z-b Vane«' was a hotel cle.k
8«me one lrnrroweil Mr. Geo. Willis’
Sell itor l’hl'11 WAS il type letter.
Ê e YNy A t is ! loots
• i Ó in nn«l
n « 1 Mio«
f îi< •< s n ! ere voli will not lie inp
Hilt, of Illinois, was a stenographer.
Very severe weather is reported from trow el, will they by kind vuough to bling ■in 1 tipped tho beam at 3>.)'.j pounds.
posed np-iii No charge noole for sewing
The box containing the tickets was than
A land slide on the southern part
Boutelle, of Maine, was a -'»a captain.
'rips on gissi« tb it I sell. Sign of the BIG
opened, mil different guesses re id.
I*.< H PI’, ppo.- iie the Crunpe Store, McMinn-
Thore' will be an auction sale at There were only 57 tickets in tho box,
Judgo Longli.iry had his books moved
Senator Allison w is an abstract clerk.
1’. F BROWNE.
Bellevue, Oregon, on Monday, January although 75 ha I l.e-n given out. The
up from Lafayette yesterday.
Guenther, of Wisconsin, was a drug
16th, Provost Bros.
Good plate gla«s windows have been
The great objective or thirty-six
Tbe thermometer registered 24 logrees C. A. Wallace, to 430 by J. A. Axoin.
Romeis of Ohio, w is a baggage mas
put in the Tucker building.
inch lens of the Lick Telescope ItaM
above zero yesterday mormug. This is John W. Briedwell guessed 310 lbs. ; ter.
This is leap year. Now gills “get in” pretty void for Oregon.
Andy Baker, 311 lbs.; Les Loughlin,
Gen. Patiick Collins Was an uphols been mounted. Photographs will
vliile you have a chance.
397 Ins. Mr. Briedwell having the clos terer.
be taken before the time to finish
A leap year party was given
est guess to the weight, was declared the
Deacon White, of Now York, was a the instrument < an be determined.
A largo numlinr of tho young bloods young la«iies of this City, We.
were around eallii g Monday.
evening at lha Opera House.
Over half a million dollars has been Silver Cup offered by the
ami in very well pleased with the Acorn
Se.-ietarv I’ayanl w is a eleik in New
A largo number of marriages during
expended on the buildings hud in
John Knight left on Monday for a trip stove, soi l only by 8. A. Manning of I York.
cap year. Boys be persuaded.
through the southern parr of this valley. this City.
TELEPHONE to tho fastest
Bonrka Cockrun u ed
Tho Telephone is in great demand. He is selling and repairing sewing ma
A most sensational discovery was
Hound in the County
John D. Long was a country school
Selling extras to send east every day.
made on Saturday, at the ranch of
Fred. Ilibbs was pe'ionslv injured by
J.or«l Stanley of l’arsfon. has net epted
At the re¿ il ir mee'.in^ of tho Council,
Pidock, of Now Jersey, was a civil en John Lab!.mt. a Sioux half-breed, Every <1 »ff In the <’; uuty »hm.1'1
a colt which hu was handling. The colt
t he Governoi-Generalship of Canada.
in the race ft r the < liai»! I» ii
kicked him, an 1 ent a lire« gashover Tiiogday evening, all the mein hors Aerje gineer.
near Pierre, Dakota, 'file ranch entered
Cup, Mhlch will he held Jan. SI
Mrs. Geo. Snvd-*r, of Astoria, is visit his right eve, and bruised his hand present. Miriutes of proceeding meeting
Solicitor-General Jenks used to be a
ing her mother, Mrs. Dr. Johnson of this badly.
read an I approved. The finance com surveyor.
It is positively the shortest nnd finest
Pennington, of Delaware, was a school Hills for’travelers some years ago.
Noting the number of fine dogs line to <’hir:i$*o and the east and south ami
It is reported that the citizens of La mittee imported the treasury report cor teacher.
only bleeping and dining cur through
Old College students have nearly al! fayette have org «ized an I put up money rect, and the report was accepted, and
Spe iker Carlisle was a ciuntry school tected stealing cattle and the Sheriff entered in the coyote race last Sat line to
arrive«! for the new term, which began with which to employ E. William* of place I on file. The petition of L. H. teacher.
urday, we thought it proper to offer Omaha, Hans.".« City, an i all Missouri
Portland to contest the county seat Io- Cook; p'aying that temporary eating
Smith tho Milwaukee member is a an I posse proceeded to the ranch,
111 ver Feints.
champion cup for the best and
Tim dnnee given by the Band was well
houses be licensed; with remonstrance mill-wi ight.
Judge Kelly, father of the House, was escaped. In one of the rooms was fastest hound in the county. Only
attended, and a splendiferous good time
Its inngnificont steel track, tin surpassed
Mr. Clark is
.„ was called up and both were indefinitely
train m r. it v and elegant (Until# and
furniture for ltimself. It is antique and postponed. S. A. I). Walker presented a jeweler.
found a trap door hung on hinges so a small number of the good dogs of »h
oping cars Las honestly earned for it the
Tom Reed, of Maine, was a paymaster
< >111 I I| : ¡«1 ion
l< «11 < of
1 I <1
5 V I lien
lCfl 1 petition
Pope I.eo. XIII c-lebrated bis jubilee
Clow, presented petition praying for in the navy.
oil Jan. 1st at the ancient Cathedral of the whole set is completed, it will be the !
Dongiiterty, of Florida, was a sailor pulled, the cord extending from a
the same. Council conclmled that the
i finest furniture in the City.
holt under the door to Lablant’s race, ti cup will induce more dogs
finances of the City would not permit before tho mast.
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral is recommend- j the paying of a night w itch, so both
Anderson, of Kansas, was a Presby room. Beneath the door was a cave to be present. The cup is now be
If you want a new harness, go to the
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it.
petitions were indiflnitely posponed. terian cle.srymin
firm of Wright Bros., they will fit you
which, on being examined, revealed ing prepared and as soon as finish Our motto is "uhvavson time ”
of the Atlantic, as the most reliable The reports of Maishal and Recorder for
out ch oap.
remedy for colds, coughs, nnd all pul the month of Dec., 1887, were read, ac mine piospi-eto«-.
the skeletons of twelve grown human ed will be put on exhibition in S. Be sure and ask ticket ngenli for tickets
Small farm for sale, well improved monary disorders. Inquire of youi drug- I cepted, ami pln.-ed on file. The follow
Senator Kennu was once a coa’ miner beings and two smaller ones. The
via this celebrated rout«- ami take none
For particulars, address box S3 M’Minn
gist for Ayer's Almanac.
nt $1.20 a day.
ing bills weie allowed:
W II MEAD, O A
ranch is in a lonely spot on the A. Manning’s window where the others.
Senator l’asco was a school teacher at banks of a creek ten miles from any public may look at it. It will be
No. 1 Washington street, Portland, Or.
Ma rled, la-l evening, aj the M. E. j . l . Rogers, Treasurer, salaij’—$36 66
Roy Wiles, left Wednesday, for New church. Mr. Hairy Hembree and May G. W. Kaufman, Marshal
33.30 $49 a month.
................. ieos, ,
appropriate and a suitable em
Leland Stanford was a country lawyer human habitation.
port, where he will paint the scenery and Ganisie. The young people are well W. G. Longhary, Street Com.,
fit tip tho opera house.
and favorably known by a large circle of G. W. Jones, Lumber & Nails,
22.62- in Wisconsin.
The most wonderful billiard run i blem for the champion dog. This
Senator Morrill, of Vermont, kept a
The Oregonian cam« out with an awful friends, who will wish them all joy in Walker and Eccleston, work,
scored in public was made by will induce dog men to breed better
edition on Monday last- Villard ordered this great venture of their lives.—N ews , G. W. Burt, Coal Oil and Freight, 11.35
Ben Butterworth used te bo a planta Harvey McKenna of Detroit, in <J<>g8 and may lead to a large dis
The Council unanimously elected J. tion boss in Virginia.
1,000 for distribution in the east.
Boston, Saturday night. He had play of fine dogs at the next coun
Nearly nil the daily pipers in the L. Rogers, City Treamier. The»lection
James 1!. White, of Indiana, was a
The Statesman of Salem, issued a very
been matched to play Fred Eantes,
Stieet Commissioner was postponed calico printer and tailor.
ty fair. The following are the
neat New Year’s edition. A large num
The last whrcli has foiiml its way into until next meeting. Council adjourned.
Senator Dawes was a school teacher of Heston, the billiard champion of
ber of illustrations as o tie feature.
rules under which the dogs are to
this office is the A lbany H erald . It is
School began Monday, ami a large neatly gotten up, and all the prominent M c M innville public school .
Taulbee, the tall Kentucky member a purse of $100 offered by billiard run:
number of scholais will again be packed buildings in the City are reproduced on
was a divinity student.
Names of pupils who have been neithe
Entry for each dog will be 25
into the old school building. Let’s have paper by means of fine cuts.
Delegate Caine, of Utafi, was many table makers.
Eames the tremendous odds of 5000 cents.
a new one.
The new mail service from this Citv to . absent nor tardy lor tlio term ending, years a theater manager.
Robeitson, the new Louisiana mem to 500. He started in with a miss;
If you are in McMinnville, and want Portlatnl went into effect to-day. This j Dec. 15, 1837:
The course will be two miles, the
ber, is a college professor.
then Eames scored one. McKenna
a good meal or a good bed, go to the morning the first sealed poueli left ht |
1st GRADE—I.. II. BAKER, TEACHER.
In tile City.
Justice Blutc'itord was Gov. W. II. followed with three, and Eames did distance to be decided by the judges.
Central hotel; only two blocks from the 5.45. M’Minnville now has three mills I Cvntitha Fellows Laura Miller
Seward’s private secteiiwy.
a day. Tim evenin ' mail arrives at 8 Elvie Appenon
main business street.
Three judges are to be appointed
Capt. Dunham, (he Chicago member, the same, missing on the fourth, a
o’clock. The mail leaving here on the , Nettie Dickinson
was an insurance agent.
very easy shot, leaving the balls in by the proprietor of the T elephone ,
Farmers nnd their families will 5.45 a.m. train will close at 8 p.m.
Ind Mrs Stuart’s restaurant, opposite
a corner. This was McKenna’s who understand the running of Acker’s English Remedy for Coughs.
Health is impossible when the blood Elon Wallace
was a Chicago T imes reporter.
Forest Grove Nov. 16th.
the Grange store, just tho place to take
chance, and he began work. Round
Wo use Ackers English Remedy in our
a meal, when in town.
it is thin and impoverished. Such con Anna Bynum
family whenever wo are troubled with
The race to be run over two differ coughs,
The Cantata on tbe 10th and 11th, on ditions give rise to boils, pimples, head John Sampson
Congressman (Inteiwaite was prin close to the cushion, turning the
sore throats, anil we consider it
the next evening Royce & Lansing’s aches, neuralgia, rheinnatism, an«l other Lillie Adams
cipal of a city school five years ago.
the best and most reliablecoug medicine
corners with the greatest ease after ent tracks.
Comedy Company will appear at Garri disorders. Ayer’s Sarsaparilla purifies, Flunk Fribie
John Lund, a Minnesota congressman, moving scarcely a hair breadth, till
Sufficient time will be given for wo have over used.
invigorates, and vitalizes the blood.
used to run a threshing machine.
son’s Opera House.
K. C. Hngben^
Judge Taesnoy, a Michigan congress
Mr. .McArthur, a gentleman from Kan Maggie Howell
the track to get cold beforo a pack
August Wulf, of Applegate, Jackson
man, was a steamboat engineer.
been passed, and the Detroit wonder
Ai-kei’s preparation lor sale by Geo. W.
county, last week sold a goose to Mrs. F. sas, who was in the Citv sometime ago, Gertie l’ound
Senator Stewart of Nevada mined with had scored the unequaled run of i is run over it.
Groh of I’ortlanil, who, in cleaning it, has come back to stay. He lias taken a Ambie Wriglit
a nick anil shovel in California.
The total number of bounds en
3d GRADE—CLARA . SKINNER, TEACHER.
found nealy fifty cents of gold in the trip to the Sound country, anil says this
W. II. I«’. Lee, son of Robert E. Lqe.
section of country suits him better than
tered to be divided into packs not
ami now a congressman, is a farmer.
any other place on the coast. He in Arthur Bergevin
Dr. J. II- NELSON, Dentist
Peter Thomason is able to be aronml tends going into business in the spring. Etta Cook
Senator Sawyer “bought his time”
less than six and not exceeding ten. Rooms over First National Bank, in Mc
the streets one) more. He iL.es not
S cientific A merican , refered to He.-bort Rowland Etlie Spent-;r
No man shall enter more than Minnville, Oregon.
walk qnite as quickly as was Lis wont, in The
Darlington, a Pennsylvania member,
another column, umler tbe beading
Charges Moderate ami Consistent
was a reporter en Philadelphia dailies.
but will be able to attend to business of "Patents,” is the very best publica
two dogs in eacli pack.
lias the latest Discovery for the l'ainlcaa,
•lth GRADE—CARRIE MARK, TEACHER.
Clifton R. Breckenridge of the ways
tion in this country for those interested
Each dog to have a distinct color extraction of Teeth.
am! means committee was a bookkeeper.
A specimen of fine, aitistic, glass-blow in science, engineering, mechanics, in Chester Bergevin Earl Wright
Aftor Forty years’
Felton, the California multi-million
of ribbon tied >o his neck for. the
ing can be seen by stepping into Rogers ventions, etc. A copy «>f tho S cienti Clar, Hutchinson Marni llemstock
experience in tho
aire, was n chore boy on a farm in Erie
UMJ preparation of inoro
A tin 1 rcllnbloMedicinesnro tliobcst
A To«ld’s store« nml ex imining any one fic A merican maybe seen at the office Sadie G ji tner
benefit of the judges in determining vJtvss,
than One Hundred
todependupon. Acker’s Blood El
Thousand oppltcatiriDs f«>r patents in
of the two thousaml prescription bottles, of this paper, where subscriptions will Beit ha Simpson
John M' Shan’, the millionaire Omaha
the United Suites r«r.d Foreign coun
been proscribed for years for all im
which have the n imeof this well-known be received.
tries, tho pnh'ibhiT3 of tho Scientific
congressinm, was a cowboy without a
parl tics of t lie El ood. I n eve ry form of Scrof-
American continuo to act as solicitors
firm blown upon them.
The dog3 to be judged on a ulous,
The M'Minnville Band will give a
cent in 1871.
for patents, caveat a, trade marks, copy
Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
Bancroft. the histo'lan, on 'o thought
Burt Thom n an I wife of L n Angeles,
straight course, not at the end of invaluable. For Rheumatism, lias no equal.
to obtain put ent a in Cann da, England. Franco,
Germany, nnd all other countrien Their experi
of entering th« ministry, ami preached
Cal., artived in this city last Saturday.
Geo. W. Burt. druggist.
ence is unequalcd and their facilities are unsur
Jan. 3rd, 1383.
Mr. Thomas is a brother-in-law of Al b.-tmi. All the dances heretofore given
Samuel J. Rami.ill. whom nobody sup in the Patent OtHco on short, notice. Terms vory
Hussev of this place, nml son-in-law of
No men allowed to follow the'
II ai - py N ew Y ear .
had a war re oNl, was a private in
ro&sonable. No charge for examination of models
Mr. A. B. l-’aiilconer of Sheridan. They the fact that the dancers are of the best,
Plenty of mud and snow in our town a poses
after the turn loose.
or drawings Advico by mail free
intend to visit in this vicinity for a
Patents obtained i h rough .Munn AOo. are noticed
In tlie couniy court of the state of Ofet-
for a change.
No dogs to see the direction in gon, for tlie county of Yamhili.
month or eo before returning
tho largest circulation and is tho most influential
should go ns the late.-t music has been
The holidays have passed of very quiet, prospector in California in '49, ami
In the matter of inc estate
newspaper of its kind published in the world.
! which the coyote was led.
San Francisco lias been declare«! epi procured. Admiss'ot'50 cents.
Tho advantages of each u notico every patentee
at. this place. No Christmas! tree at the sheriff of Tnoiumne county I iter.
demic with small-pox. This disease is
Silas Hare, a Tex n member, was a
Read (his and don’t fail to improve church, as usual.
This laFgo and anlondidly illustrated newspaper
distributed along the eoast from Nicara tlie opportunity. W. 1’. Johnson, Sa
ispnbli -ii i
F, ,'.t S3.IM) a year, and H
To Seawood Eidhiuartz, Mary Logsdon.
chief justice of New Mexico
admitted to bo the best paper devoted to science,
The young folks had a Christmas ball jav-hawker
The winning dog of each pack to Eliza Ekin, Willie hasterh-uok. llch n East
gua to Seattle. It would do no harm for lem’s favorite artist will be at M'Minu-
mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and
umler I he confederate government.
erbrook, < lementenu Easterbrook, Amy J.
other departments of industrial progress, pub
the interior towns to look out for this vilie, Feb., 2d, 3rd and 4th. Three days at Hutehc.ioft’s hall, which proved to be
Justice Bradley taught a district school
be kept under the supervision of Ensterbrook and Edgar Easterhrook, amt
lished in any country. It contains tlie names of
dread disease, nnd foi tify against it by work only, Photos taken by Johnson a very pleasant affair.
all patentees and t itle of overy invention patented
every winter from hii 16th to his 21st
to ¡ he Oregon Mortgage company limited
each week. Try it four months for ono dollar.
tbe judges until the final race for ofSeothimi.
vaccination, M'Minnville especially.
Prof. Campbell of Hillsboro, will teach year ami was soni-j time a surveyor.
have given general satis faction, and he
1J. Livingston, resident agent
Sold by all newsdealers.
and attorm y in fact Portland, Oregon, and
Congressman Farqulur was a type
The Indi^pof the Vnivcrsalist Parish , is urged by many to continue his visit to a class in penmanship at this place,
Munn A Co., publishers of Scientific American,
Suiniicl (i Scanlon. •
setter. ami the ii«st president of the first
3cl Broadway. New York
he will be at commencing this week.
of this City, will give a supper at the re M'Minnviil.. Remember
Handbook about patents mailed free.
The cup does not become the Greet i ng:
j typographic-il union in the Unito I St ites.
sidence of Mrs. iNellio Hodson, Friday the old gallery, on the corner next of the
George Richard—you should not have
Senator Riddleberger has liven editor
property of a dog owner until the ire Iwrehy cited and reijuired to appear in,'
evening, from 7 o’clock until 9—price Cook hotel. For three days only.
stave 1 ho I.ile in M'Minnville the other
15c., proeecils to be used in connection
Smallpox being prevalent in San Fran night. You might have known that the i of three papers, tlie Shen.mdo th 1'iNi >
county c"iirt of the state of Oregon, for
same dog has won the cup three the
with the palish ot this place. Every cisco, Oregon having direct commun Lafayette damsel would have gone back | crat , l hu T euton L egion ami the V ir
ihe county of Yamhill, at lae cotirt room
ginia D emocrat .
thereof, in the county of Yamhill, on Tues
body invited. By order of President, ication with that citv.it is more than on you.
day, the ilth day of March l'S>8, at ten
Senator Dolph was nn o-derl v serL'eant Caveat«, ami Trade Marks obtained, nn«l
Miss Eva Cook, Secretary.
likely tint, it will appear in this State
’i lock in the forenoon of that day, andtbeii
Jim you had better try again, it would
all Patent business comtncte'l for MODEIt
There appealed upon tlie hungry vision and in this vicinity. An ounce of pre be better to have a pair of mittens than crossing the plains in 1362 from attacks ATE FEES OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE have the privilege of challenging ind there to show cause if any there be why
ceetain real (.state belonging to said citato
of the inhabitants of the T elephone
U.S PATENT OFFICE. We have no sub
only one, this cold weather.
I m - not sold as pruyed for m the petition of
office, on Thursday morning, a large pan cu e, so it is almost necessary to take the
President Cleveland once complied ngem-ies, nil business «lirect, lienee cun the winning dog for a contest one i>. II. Bowimin, executor of said estate duly
tran’aet patent II I-inoss in less time nnd month after each race until one
filled with a tine lunch The person who
ili t! December ¡0. 1887, sai l real estate be
carried it presented the contents of the a l the children in the puhiic school around town giving his autograph to $6') for the service. For a time Im man at less cost than tbo--«e remote from Wnsli-
ington. -end mo«! d. drawing, or photo, has won the cup three successive ll desiii ibid as follows to-wit: The south
pan with tbe compliments of Mrs. Win. vaccinated. People shtiuhl fortify them- almost every man he met. for a few dol aged a hotel.
of the domitlon larni claim of Adeline
with description, We Hilvire if patentable
lars school tax, you know.
Galloway ami Mrs. Dr. Goucher. We solves against this dread disease.
Senator Biodgett, of New Jersey, was or not free of charge, Our fee not due till times when the cup becomes the | Enlhpiartz and the heirs at law <»f Seawood
dec ase<l, notification No J.O4-L
can say onr palates were agreeably sur
Our Nasby has been having a good a locomotive engineer. His predecessor, patent is secured
prised. May many Ilappv New Years’ made neg.itives my last trip over to candy trade for tho past few weeks, he Gen. “eweii, was once a sailor before the
A hook, "II,av to Obtain Patents,” with property of the person owning tbe •I lim No. 7h, being parts.of sections 35 und
X>inT3SI»3\V and claim No. 72, being
references to actual clients in y«mr Stute,
be passed by the above mentioned la«iie», M'Minnville, I wish to say. Th« delay lias the finest assortment of candy that matt.
parts of sections one and two in
4 S it i
is the wish of the T elephone . The in finishing up their photos is due en we have seen for a long time.
Frank Lawler, another Chicago mem county, or town, sent free, A
Willamette meridian, said south half of
C. A. SNOW & CO.
mince pic was er’ ecially good.
ber, was a brii'kmak'r, a newsagent,
aid claim containing 319 91-190 acres in
Mrs. F. L. Roberts ami her two little
everv day except Sumlay to our fullest
Opposite l’atout Oili -e, Washington, D C. all races lias the privilege of taking j Yamhill county, Oregon.
lot nd —On the streets of M'Minnviile capacity since mv return home from girls spout. Christmas with relatives in learneil the ship carpenter's trade, ami
Witness the Hon, Lowell Lougliary
is now a saloon keeper.
a memorandum book containing a re M'Minnville. Leaving all home nega-j Portland.
tbe cup away from the T erephone
.J Judge of the county court of toe
Senator Sabine, with his trousers
S mallpox in a L etter —People should
ceipt of $19, from It. J. Ilirsch back for lives to be printed from at the 1 .st. And |
i*’ f slate of Oregon, for the county of
Our school opmed again Monday I tucked in his limits, u «od t«i stand on the be cautions in bundling mail matter office upon depositing tho cost of
house rent ; one advertising card of are not through with the M'Minnville
Yamhill, and the seal of said court
Wilpo'tSoda Springs ; one ailyertising negatives vet. Respectfully, W, I’. moi ning, after a ten days vacation for the streets of 8p<ingfielil, Mais , all day to wliii h has come from San Francisco, ns the cup in the hands of tbe judges, heretofore affixed, this iUh day of Decem
ber. A. I.) , 1887.
caul of Glad Tidings nursery. The me Johnson.
tho following will show—Nevada City, The money to be refunded when
hauled twelve miles.
VZ BiMF.nu hi . l , Clerk
morandum contains data of certain notes.
Messrs. Wardle an«l Grace from Lafa
s for estate 36t5
Jan. 3rd—one case of smallp «x is te- the cup is returned for transfer to
The receipt is date«l, East Portland, Nov.
yette. came out with their roller skates
12, 1887, and is signed by John Everett, tliis Citv have undoubtedly fell in love last Thursday evening, and the boys gressman from New York, wasajour- poi ted at North Bloom field in this I
with their teachers. The last day of the
Eotlco For Publication.
nepman paper miker in the tim-M w ien county, sixteen miles above '.«ere. It is another dog or upon the winning of
per, Cruitz, Lambert A Son, agents. term,
ending Dee. 30, the teachers re took a general tumble.
paper was ma I • by the old fashioned
Orricz at Oregon City, Or , I
The person loosing this book, can have
There was a shooting matoli here last hand pro -ess. lie recently bought tho thought the disease was brought hero in
it by calling at this office, and paying for ceived verv fine presents ironi their
scholars. .Mr. L. II. Baker, the Prin Saturday, at which there was some fine ■nill in England where lie learned his a letti-r from Sierra City, where there
is hereby given lle-t the following-
cipal, received n very fine volume on- shooting «lone at a 200 yard range. M>. trade.
ntinieil setiler Ims tih-d notice "f tils inten
are fifteen or twenty cases.
T elephone office before January 20. tion (o in ike tin:«l j,roof in support of Ids
Our young friend Wilber M. Cook lias titled “Gleaning’»from PopularAuthors.’ Asa Kelsey winning the laurels.
CLABE BRYAN ATTEMITJ
and llmt sunt pro.-H will be madeta--
G kanoe D inner .—Saturday lust the
entered the employ of Law King A Law, Miss Mattliieu received a very nice scrap
Tile race to tako placo at the ehihn.
We are glad to see the face of our old
fore the County Ju I te t-r Cl«-i k <<t Yamhill
and began work on Monday, by securing album. Miss Clara Skinner received a
Grangers of this place hail a dinner in
McMinnville Fair grounds on Sat ■ unity, Oreg >n. .-it I. ifav-tte, Oregon, on
a long list of prominent name». After verv pretty photograph album. Miss friend 1*. E. Thomason, last Saturday
'iitunl v, F-.-bruary 2.‘>, 1 si, viz: iobert
Friday evening a «lance was held in their hall. Tho tables groaneil with the
examining with some care, the book en I Carrie Marks was presented a very neat evening, be was looking .much bettei
If-uttilf*>r<l. honw-siend entry. No. 4886, for
titled “A Tribute of Flowers to the volume entitled “The Changing Year.”
ill*- S W 1-1 of N E 1-1 slid lot 2 of see 10,
Memory of Mother.” We heartily com- The teachers prize their pic-senlz very
r 2 S R 4 w.
in. The managers of the dance thought
Ile limn.:» the f.illowi.ig witnesses to
meml tlie most excellent selection«, and highly.
There was a social dance at the hall it wonhi be leu tronblu to sell nurnLers away from the hall weighing at least 20 dogs will be admitted free«
Ids coiitlinious resilience upop, nml
trust it will meet with what it most cer
University of Oregon Museum—the last Saturday evening, which was well inside tho ball, after the people zero in. poumls more then when they entwrod.
A dog whpn once entered is iiltivation of «UI«I bind, viz: sf-iiiim-l (til-
tainly deserves, a readv sale. The other Board of Regents at its last annual meet attended. We understand there will be
Taylor. Orin Porter and Tavlor
and so informed Clabe. He thinking They say that it was magnificent, and of
work “ The Royal Path of Life, or Aims ing, designated a room in which to estab another one next Saturday evening.
that liis honesty w.n questioned nml course, it was, who can get up • bet- entered for all the races for the cup, riionms. of iiaston 1*. <> Washington
and Aids to Success ami Happiness,” ir lish a Museum
All tlio Express Com
W. T. B i hnkv ,
being a little under the influence of ter «limier than a granger ? In our here is only one entrance f^e to be county. Oregon,
also a choice, staml.ird work, and is too panies doing business in the State have
liquor became angry ami niter a few opinion they are hard to beat
well-known to need comment.
generously proposed to transport article»
words drew his knife, and i « i ide several
A well established Millinery business stalls at his brother, one of which, ent a
The T elephone office was astonished free of charge. Weightof any one article
All races to lie run on the fair
in no small degiee when seven of Mac- not Io exceeil 25 pounds. A«i«!re»s: I ni- in the thriving city of McMinnville, rea gash on his brothers hand. A gen«-ral
of Mol.ilc, All».,
Minnville’B prettiest young ladies i : i.re versilv of Oregon, Eugene City, Oregon, sons for selling out fixtures and goods, mele«) was the result, in which a revolver
writes: I tuke great pleusure in reccum-
List of letters remaining in the Post-
filing in, Monday. The year of 1888 is for Museum. People in all parts of the too much business, having charge of a was taken away from Clabe, and he was
tnending Dr. King’s New Discovery
leap year, and the girls intend to wage State «re respectfully requested to aid in restaurant. Fur particulars call on or taken outside. II; immediately ran to Oflii-e at M'Minnville, Yamhill Comity, I
T elephone .
<’on-uinpti«»n, having used it for n severe
war upon unpretecte«! young men. Boys, building tip tho Museum by sending address,
M rs . H. P. S tvart ,
thick of Bronchitis tm<i Catarrh, It gave
never go out, without your mother. specimens that are interesting and in
which Ii« cut liis throat while in the
The decisions of the judges to be a me
Baker. Mrs. Marthy
instant relief nn<l entire!)’ cured me
Opposite Grange store.
There being nothing strong in the office, structive. Tlie articles received will be
house, he then w«-nt outsiile and slasheil f
I have not l>een atHirted since. I also
not even the lye, we drank a toast to classified, labeleil with tho names of the
iiiinsulf, as he »ai.», three er four times.
bog to Mtate that 1 have tried ot’jcr reine-
Calkins, A. E.
Miss Eva Cook. Miss Cora Wallace, Miss
His brothers lia«l been on the baikont
The admittanco to the fair di(,s with no g >. h I reunite. Have also used
Cioamer. Mr». Henry
Electric Bitters am! Dr. King’s New Life
May Alexamler, Miss Nettie Henderson, B. J. Hawthorne, Curator.
for hi* return ; for they knew he was n
will be 25ccnts. All hound
mu nJ. ¡»rf
Two lots with good house, well, and dangerous man when arronsed ; an.I
Annual Report of the M'Minnville
Miss Laura Patty, Miss Mary Carlin,
Faindii! I, Rev. A. C.
for < ‘«»mninption,
Miss Mav Newal, from the benzine bot Bapti«t Sunday School.—A monnt of mis barn, situated in a desirable part of tlie saw him returning. As soon as they be
' I men should turn out and find out
»>l I «> i i t»o*ative
tle, hoping they would all be Mrs. before sionary nion*-v on han«!—Jan. 1st, ls88, city of McMinhville Or. A go«xl war came aware of what ho h id «lone, they
Farmer, W. L.
whose dog is th ■ fastest. The race
17.80 ¡’amount of collections for mission?
immediately took him t«» Dr. Michinx's
the next New Year.
$27,97; whole amount rantee dee«l will be given to purchaser. oflice, an I sent for the doctor. When
The renowned I>ivce A Lansir.g Musi received for missions$3-5.« 7; amount ex-, The terms ere casli. For information the doctor arrived it was ascertained, |
1 • I
Kirby, Thom is
cal Comedy Company and Swiss Bell pended for missions, $19.61; bafance concerning this propertv call at the T kl - that l-e had cut a gash at least SIX inches |
give satisfaction to all who partici-
KeBstadt, Mr. George
Ringers are coming. Jan. 12th. This >ni-»i' nary nione.v on hand—Jan. lit,' ei - ho NK office, McMinnville, Or.
In nnd Ro
pate. The dogs will run on their
long, just grazing tlia jugular vein, nnd
' M Cun, Mr. V. L.
• mpanv comes endorsed hv press ami 1888, $16,16; amount of collections fori
Wo I >ve
cutting through his *hi«lp:pe.
merits ati«l best dog is sure to win.
public of the entire west. During the.r Sunday se'iool, $30,62; exp-ne««, $28.28;
New Pise« »very,
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve-
stitches were pot in l«i» windpipe ami
M iren, J.C.
eight successful years on tae road over balance on hand—lan. 1st. 1888, $2,34; i
1 tbo wound dr»*«-<l. During Die «¡«era
h n’j» Arnica s-nb e
Morgan. .Mr. H. W.
one million people have witncs-'e<i the r w hole amount of culfaetion during the
of the county fir tlie nr «1.i! is to lie
The Best Salve in tbe worhl for Culs, tion, tie repeatedly requ-sted the doctor
»•r handled renne-
Ric. Mr. IL1I
entertainment. And halls and theatres year, $58.50; money on liaixl—Jan. 1st, Bruises, bores, Ulcers. Sait R h en ni, Io let him «lie. After liis wonn I wa- '
iVsu b univr h I
given to the b t dog in the county i
Hto kliiin-. Mr. Henry
have been found utterly inaileqnate for lSsS’ $18 50 ; average amount of collec
ilresseil be was taken to his brothers j
and every kennel sh iu!«l bo r< pre
8 -meh , Mr. 1 <aa :
the accomo'lati-'n of the people eager to tions for mission», $2.15; average amount l i’ever --«r«*», Tetter, <'hap^«*d Hamla, house, where he at piesont lies betWi-cn
V.u «1 • r>!, (’Ims.
gain admission. This is accounted for of collections t««r Sunday school, $1.01; ( Chilblains, Corns, ami ail Skin Erupt ' life am! «1 -ath. It is repoiteil that lie
by their strict adherente of presenting a whole number of »indent» in attendance ions, and positively cures Files, or no
NO 1IORSE-H WILL BE ADMIT
kill his father-in-
Wil»>n, Miss Mattie
strictly refined entertainment compose«! 101-average Mndeut» in attendance 07 . pay reqnire«!. It is gm»iantee«J to give
titan kill himself,
Parties calling for the same, w ill please
of the best artists, ami the lrc.it vocal
j ’) o _ j . J. Collard, supt., F. J. Mar- | perfecl satisfaction, <<r motirr refHnd il.
Hu assert?, that be
an«l instrnment.il music. Remember
want* to die.
th--» feuuin here but one night.
ARE YOU G CIEC-EAST?
rFlie lloyal Hou to
r _ , - _____ _
G. E. DETKËÏUM