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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1888)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
The Official Democratic Paper.
tien. She:lean has declined to let Ida
name be used as a candidate for the
presidedtial nomination on the Republi
WASI 11 N( ¡TON LETTER.
(From Our Regular Correspondent.)
W ashington , Feb. 13th, 1888.
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Tho week’s doings in congress have
According to Munhall’s dictionary of
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been of varied and interesting character
nu ‘poddojH fiozfjtupsip z<poo[q oiR otnii
statistics the average age of all the peo
' The senate has talked tariff, education,
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R . ■ S S ;Ul'l
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ple living in France is 32 years 2 months
oqi Ji joj.jopt? ipjopinoAV ISuifillip‘HHcf
coins, discussed the nuisanco of the
wMln very 1» -r I',
K,J0Ày JO botiop HBU1S Ul-Jip *UlAU- UVÎJ<»<(
and 12 days, In the I'nite-I States the
tir.?« nlH>ut Af er U i .« j
vaAt accumulation of public documents
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average is only 21 years, 10 months and
liad M K'H (! .»J eme. 1 r<-K«i’l l!
i in ttie public buildings of Washington,
TO OUR READERS.
•;t:e tor It.tLcs i t
vulua -if »!'•' '•
1 la a hoii't .t 1
•KsijV ‘napJUQ ‘TiapjuQ *3 ’S—’^pTim spul
: and made repeated attempts to discuss
<»q 04 luain OAOp^q pu® ‘Apuiuj i
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To all parties sending us l'our Tho immigration into the Vnited the British extradition treaty behind Am ui oqi ‘«RiJ
Sl AnTANPl’K’l. 8. C.t
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subscribers to the TELE States last year Was the largest for many barred doois, but in this was thwarted
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PHONE; cash nccfiTtipanijiu'J years, 509,281 against380,(131 in 188*5, a by the wayward senator of Virginia, •poíno s ® a poauatnuioo
Àpoq aui uo soaow
in i nnv «ta..I. L.-t fall »
‘Á[ jíh I i » jí I poIR ’UfP po'»! -^’,l ‘uiud tuojj
< s. 8. At rirrt It !
the subscriptions; xce iri/l send I gain of 122,650. Tho British Isles con who persists in Ids effoits to do uwav oqj
o . » jj hu.w J onirj |.ioqs ® nj *^IIM S.’U,Ay
..... .. n ijior» viruh nt
and it becitiiH
tributed 177.503, a gain of 51,821; Ger with tho farce of secret sessions.
iiuifftl. Hint l«>y 1,1
ut&oq j puopj ® P O.llApÜ oqt A«J
the TELEPHONE for one year many 111,201, u gain ef 25,275; Sweden The house of repiesontatives is got-
I slmili.! ic.; V. < rr the IDF
Wc aro prepared to offer the very highesr grades ot' texture to L
III Ü.t S. b. s * ■
■Pree of charge.
lHGlliln till’ s jre vus .?»!• , i'
and Norway 69.193, a gain of 23,823 etc. tmg ready for the coining tariff tight; "it
forded at the price and v-e confidently believe that on this points«1
|, E .In O . « . H « ILS GU.
ni srrpjd SnTSROi^sip pu® *nopsoi»rpui triât
The tariff must go, and as the T elephon e j Tho immigration of Austrians, Hungar is clearing the decks" us Sunset’’ Cox
1 itti n me t.i««liclr.cî
without competition, we urge a critical examination of these Rl>0(i,
‘.»uri eux®«oqi rù 'poiqno.u s ® a \ i ’ atüi
I h the only paper in the county f .-‘iti nu j ians, Russians and Polinders show re- said, by passing a great many rninoi
Á'iojijuo oi'ir » iq
oqj Rjun pi>s®OA.»
a'is .-ils » di
-ui ji ‘uondtuoKHR a.rnooi Q-i'UP a . i »* aí » jo
and private bills, which me scarcely
(•’.i r. liilth h i 8. S. 8. V.........
protection we ask the assistnuce, the inllu- . diictiona as compare 1 with 1836,
CiqdiB' uj *opis a ’ uí uo jommi oiuoso|q 110.14
F<> <1 piati -f I Lite
Thev show for themselve that they are the latest and nobiest. I’Ve,
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r ■ >ok.
fence, and support of each .subscriber in in- i
® lUOJJ ZpBaää POJOJJUH £ tuudb JbVj
In Buenos Ayres tl-eie ir a lank sider the admission of Dakota to the
’cd;- wants Fashionable Clothing to keep abreast with theniois !
W pmtox . N. C . /
*HOA\oq ‘Iinsinnj •£) uqop
every j . which has a paid-up capititi of $57,000,-
;it a vc.n-
sister-hood of states, and on Wednesday
—’ joïîia pu® qi«iií».ns Á.miu<»jsuo Áui
w to Be
cost's our patrons nothing to do 80.
Hiv face. If KOC
home in the county. A little aid on th: 009, deposits of 435,000,000, and a line
■ gi neral
p. ••IlltúRl UOOS puu ‘sind S.AOA'V Supt®)
It wore (.n me. al
a^ 3 o’clock, the senate will call for a
vrv po »r. L. l -1 8e; t'
£>art of our present sub -fiber will enable! of discounts amounting to. $60,000,000. final vote on the long pending Blair cd
ir ¿f 8. S. S. v.hich
hpuoijj Áui ’4«qi pi A’isnojoÄuwp os stí . w
it. ppi • t
i.rewiu time w!tu
We are determined not to be undersold mid we aro equaly detenj
X jm to do this
pu® ‘oûipunt’f Áq poAioHOj sv.w qoiq.w
Great as is the United States in extent ucational bill.
,’<> hi vf a
Will you do this?
. I that no such bargains shall be obtained elsewhere as we offer,
and wealth, the whole country was’eon-
*Ä 'K ‘»lIIASUMOa ‘«WO SUJOJ< —
We offer very liberal inducements to vulsed at one time, a few years ago, by make a speech on the Blair bill before it
means low prices to-all who come.
I its I kcii in
1 am s. yr »™ °1'1’'
•tuoqi jr.oqjLW oq jou pjno.w pu® fopvut
tcdai 1 .".m v.f.ifcing ia t!»e • M !’*‘inthig
«gents who will work
Wo want a live, a New Yoik proposition t<» form a bank is voted on, as does also another senator,
F[l!‘l P ’»q oqj uiaip .lopisuooj *6J® oa joj
c< rn/ Y<.urs truly,
J onas L imi d . u . i .
Special attention is called to our new line of Furnishing Goods, IU
p.MOjjns p®q J ipiq.w UIOJJ ‘Síqqno-U JO Agl
G.n-I men J h. I n <
»ustling, active, earnest, worker in c very lo-1 with only $10,(»0,000 capital. As we and for the sake ot these two the vote
Cap«, (¡loves. Trunks, Yalises etc. etc.
for (■" In y: r-i
vt i> u
pu® qoBiuoig jo oui pajito «¡RJ s , joav
tcni;.t • >i if \ i • to In■
*t. »ga\e me A
xjglity. Write us for terms, Wc are on the now can contemplate a government baa been deferred until the day named
DET’ESTJD ‘□'FOlSr IT, TCV-Eg^T’miiTQ- SOLD Al
v lai L>'- L‘-’
'• " : * ' v’.:u,.a.?T.ri
• ssi : k ‘tpfnoioqamv *jalI!K
t.iin eilie ’ It 18)111.11014 to b»? tiir.t if d.d
®veofa very important election,an i hetion
me no «• -.'.L Aouut two y ours
ui ‘j.jujio poo3 iRt-w ‘uioqj posn oaiuj
q»:it • uu -i,o. a- pro lv tftoiighl 1 l.m. u .-an-
with comparative indifferences,our ideas rattier in favor of the measure. He said
Entire satisfaction always guaranteed. \\ e arc also agents forth
a «< '«»‘It en botdt-4
In which your best Intcrcds arc concerned,
] •Àpptuojoqt 3JJOM Jioqt op pu® ‘uoij
of S. S. S. T-te r-.-.-u't Ims b’t ti atemp’cue
of figures inu.' t be enlarging.
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILLS carrying a full lineoftk
cure. 1 lie u.cer or cancer I; Nile«! atitnui-
and by helping the circulation of this paper,
|v, leavluF. <• iicelya peice; i••>■<* ',c 'yr’‘Hl
Mens’ Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing, Blankets and Flannels, thesegooi
told by the enemies of the bill would
ik-.t <la\ I have btbn tn ex cl ent health, t.ie
vou can, if is possible, help your own in
Tho belief that human beings should
Speci. c having pllrlllcd my bh» d thorough-
so well and so favorably known that further comment is usele*
follow its enactment, he would vote
ly, liicreased my appetite and perfected my
*f»fqo “unijÁuu u®qi srt J
sleep with their heads to tlio north is
digcstl' n. In a word, I feel IHc»’
they simply have no equal. Remember our motto, —[THE IlKr
against it, bit he did not so believe.
ucdn ojoui poqoj 0A®q j sj ® oà 10J
said to havo its foundation in a scientific
GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.]—
As to the the constitutional objections
’^A ’Ai ‘uosjonuon ‘Áouíq^u^
•j, *A\. — ‘qil®oq ^ oojjíxi oí ora pojojsoi
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN-1 fact. The French acadom.v of sciences made to it, ho said the quotations from
Trentoh, Todd Co., Ky., Feb. W, 18Si.
BISHOP & KAY.
siPJ s<J0Áy jo soxoq atoj y ’uoijsoü
I I.as made experiments upon tho body of
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
Jefferson and Madison and the early
Furnishing Goods Men of Yamhill,
THr. S wift St-. < d ic Co.,
, a guillotined man, which go to prove
I qoupw jo oououbosuoo ui ‘|Ui®|'luiofj
Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga.
fathers of the republic were nearly one
For Sale by Rogers & Todd
Notice is hereby given that a demo
hundred years old, and had every one
•oiqwni«A<ii oj® Xoqx ,f,I!!d
cratic county convention for Yamhill battery, one electrodo being represent- of them been overriden by the practice
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
osn ‘A’i xodojil stioRotnij sjt tnjojjod en Sp®;
county, Oregon is hereby called to meet ed bytho head, and the other by tho of the government with the acquies-
Tpntnw oír ji jo ‘po;®dRsuoo oj ® s ¡ oa \ oq
at Lafayette, Oregon, on Wednesday, feet. The body was taken immediately scenco of the people.
^on ’"lut any tldi g in the line q ;
oqi JJ ‘pid-101 B3U100
March 21, 1883, at 10 o’clock, a. m. of
Mr. Carlisle shows no traces of his re
-eq JO.in oqi JI
Raid day, for the purpose of electing six movo as it might. Aftor some vaccila- cent illness. One ot his first acts on as
delegates to the state convention to be tion the head portion turned toward tho suming his official duties at the capitol
held at Pendleton, Oregon, on April 3d, north, the body theu remaining station was to order the private telegraph wires
1888, and to transact sueh otlior busi
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
removed from the corridors of. the
ness as may properly come before the half way around, but it soon regained its house wing. The Western Union tele
Call at the ofllco of tho WEST
Said convention will be
SIDE TELEPHONE. Wo
graph company had leased, for stock
will guarantee you
composed of 87 delegates appointed to was repeatedly obtained until organic jobbing purposes private wires, com
tho various precincts on the vote cast movement finally ceased.
municating directly between the capitol
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES,
for democratic candidate to congress at
The operations of the sugar trust at and certain stock broker’s offices in
the election of 1880, being one delegate
TrahiK for tlie East leave Ash St. wharf
Wo make a specialty oí Fino
tract increased attention. The combin- Washington and New York, The speak
every flay at 12«3O A. M. and 1:15 I’. M.
for each precinct and one for every 15
tion is worked in such a way as to make er not only ordered the WfMe'u Ulltun
Attached to the 1:15 p m train are through
Sind fraction over 7 votes so cast.
Pullman Sleeping Pars tol|( ouncil "Bluffs
a profit at both ends. It keeps down to cut off every wire that was not ioi
In accordance with said apportion
and St Paul.
the price of raw sugar by removing com- public use, but he ordered those who
P M. I San l'ran’ 7:1 A. M.
Attached to the 12:30 a m train is the
ment the respective precincts will bo
10:10 A M
I petition, and increases tho price of re- had established themselves in little tele
Walla Walla A Dayton Sleeper, which can
entitled to the following representation : J dnod sugar at its own caprice. The
be boarded at East Portland station any Local I’aHscnger Daily, Kxcopt Sunday.
graph or telephono offices of their own
time after 8 p m
y | otlior duy a cargo of 1,000 tons of De- to clear out instantly, and lie ordered
Trains arrive at 2:45 and 7:45 p m every
——Hut don't forget
Portland.. 8:00 A. M. I Eugene.. 2:40 I*. M.
7 i inarara sugar, consigned to a New York tlie architect of the capitol to pull thorn
East Chehaiem 4 Lafayette
’orltaiid 3:45 P M.
The company reserve the right to Eugene ..9:00 A. M.ll
House. Sign, and Ornamentai Pii
N McMinnvilla 10 8 McMinnville
9 ' importer, was reshipped to London be- down and havo them removed.
change steamers or sailing days,
i cause the trust would not buy it except
Whsn last questioned us to the pro
M i M IN N V1 LL E, OR EGON.
4 M'eut Chehalem
at prices which insured a loss to the gress made on the coming tariff bill by Is still in business, and will sell you Grocer leaves Ash st wharf every Monday Wed EX( 'FKS(ON SI.EEPEILS for second class
ies and J’rovisions, Crockerv ami Glass
and Satui day at 11:30 p. m. U 8 Mail Passengers on all tcrough trains FREE
owners. If any combination can re- tho ways and means committee. Chair
ware, Candy and Nuts, Toys, No
steamer leaves Ash st. daily, except Sun
tions, etc., etc., etc.,
The committeo respectfully recoin- 1®*» the power to fix tho price of tlie man Mill replied that they were going
day, at 6 a. in., for Astoria.
Papel' Hanging and
"mends that tlio precinct primaries for raw material which it uses and nlso of slow for the reason that it was Buch an CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY.
TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
all the regular trains on the East Side
the eloction of delegates to said convon- | »he product which it markets, virtually important subject. Thero is danger of
Leave Ash st. at 6 a. m., except Sun with
Division from foot of F Street
Patronize home Manufactories, and try day.
tion be held on Satin day March 17,1888. without ‘ competition at cither point, it is I treading on somo committeeman’s toes
TO OREGON CITY, Daytop and Al
of the best Bread, Cakes, and 1‘ics,
evident that the temptation to use thia at every turn, and they are determined, some
W. L B hadshaw .
Prompt Attention to Orders fro:
made hv an experienced baker
bany.—Str. leaves Perilznd at 7 a. m.
3V< .-.t Side Division.
Chairman Democratic County Central power up to the utmost limits of the so they »ay, not to do anythin)’ rash,
K. W. Allen’s Garden and Vegetable Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, for BETWEE?, I’OBTLANII &• CORVALLIS.
public onduranco is very strong indeed, not to report a bill containing an at seeds for sale.
Dayton and wav points. Returning leave
Dayton as 6 a. in., Tuesdays, Thursdays
tack on any special industries, dor that
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
and Saturdays. For Albany ami way
VOTERS SHOW YOUR POWER.
might defeat the very object the major
points at 6 a. m., Mondays and Thurs
SCIENTIFIC RAILROAD BUILDING.
PURE BRED JERSEY BULL
ity hopo to attain. Everybody must be
days. Returning, leave Albnnv Wednes Portland 7:.’.l) A. M I Corvallis .12:25 P. M.
On the first Monday in Match a school
days and Saturdays. TICKET OFFICE
Said the chairman, "we
At Albany an i Corvallis connect with
Two wcekq^go last Wednesday the
director will bo elected to fill the place
trains of the Oregon Pacific R. It.
I first train of cars crossed the long bridge want the work of this committee to
Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent.
of Mr. Stout who nt present is filling the
Express Train Dally Except Sunday.
I stand tlie assault of the enemy, and we
poaitien left vacant by tlio resignation that had been thrown over the Oxus | are building our structure accordingly.’’
Dark Brown, White svitch, Black
Portland 1:50 P. M McMinnville«:(IOP.M.
of Mr. Brnly. If this city needs one
It was on Friday that the president of ' ¡'inzz ’ b e,
’ Bred by Springer Bros’, Amity,
9:00 A. M
thing moro than it does anything else structure which is neatly a thousand: tho Centra! Pacific railroad company,
E. P. ROGERS.
G. F. A Pass. Agt
it is a new school house. Tbo means to
Mr. Huntington, appeared before the |
build a school house will have Io be including its approaches, spans a classic ! ; house committee to give bis views upon Calved Feb. 4
Third Street, between E an I F
Got by Orange 2d,
I hike of Wellington
raised by a levy on tbo taxable property river, of which very little was known j pending
legislation touching those : Got by Orange 1st
•■ported Bull from
in this school district, now tlio voters in thirty years ago, except through the roads.
He informed tiic vommilt^ij
Island of Jersey.
this district, having it in their power to writings of the old historians, who des that he had nothing to apologize foi,
The above Bui will stand at the ranch
elect a lunn who has progress written on
I nothing to take back, he only wanted to ! of C.
- . W. Holman, one mile south ot
his features, and who will, when the
But we want you to call in and i
soo an arrangement by which’ the gov | McMinnville.
First-class accommodations for Ccmmer
time comes c.y for improvement, can had predicted tliat to-day iron rails I erment would get its money without' Terina,
the finest lot of goods ever seen
$3.00, cash in advance. These
44 3ni cial men and general travel.
-uso that power on the first Monday in would stretch over wide deserts and the I crippling the road, lie stated that the terms insure a calf.
in this city. Now is the
Iransicnt stock well cared for.
.March. Lot them do it ! amt elect a upper course of the Oxus, which had I | organizers, Lnland Stanford, Mark Hop
best time to get vour
•man who is not afraid tn stand for im been reached in modern times by only
Spring and Sum.
Everything naw andin First-Class Order
Notice For Publication.
provement. A large new school house throe or four disguised whito men, | built tho Central Pacific by borrow ing
Putronage respectfully solicited
would do more for McMinnville than would havo been looked upon as a vis I monoy on thoir own individual names,
I. am » O ffice at Oregon City, Or., )
February 7. 1887.1
can be estimated. A now school house ionary enthusiast. Thu road bed has I not on the credit of tlie government,
Notice is hereby given that- the following-
will have to bo built
beforo long been grade.1 for nearly the entire dis j Tho road was poor and always
Cascade Division’ now completed; A (¡001) FIT GUARANTM
named settler has tiled notice of his inteii
tif ’H to nia’se final proof in support of his
and why not now? In its present con tance between tho Oxus ami Samurcand, I been.
making it the Shortest, Best’
claim, anti that sai<l proof will be made l>e-
^'"•iee i- here, y given that the unders’a-n-
W illiams & H ibbs .
dition the school house is ti disgrace and, with the completion of the bridge
A oommittooman asked if the for.r I ’’ re tl,c c°l‘n.ttv clerk ot Tillatpook county. eil has filed In- final aecount in the coui.tv
‘ i Oregon, at Tillamook. Oregon, on Saturday < "‘irt ot A umloll comity, Orej-on, as execu
to tho community. People do not and the work of laying tlio track will rapidly
men wore now poor; the four men hav»' , March3|, ]sss, viz: John Rupp, pre-enin- tor of the fast will and te-taineat of \aron
will not cornu to the city while the pres lirocoed. Within tho next three months
for the W
S E ' sec, layne ...•.-eased, and -aid court has lived The Dining Car line. Thu Direct Route.
re- j tlon I). S. No-
| I, and \V ’ , N E '4 sec 12, T 2 s’lt 10 \V
ent educational advantages are hold out it is expected that the trans-Caepian |
plied, but they owo it to themselves. I Jle names the following witnesses to
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Low
J i at <h. ■ ..»rt l.oii- ■ at Lufavette in
to thorn as an inducement. Stir and
Wo have taken nothing, we bave crea- | ' prove
; “ “ his
* i continuous residence upon, and . .nd county, as th. tune and plaee'for l.ear-
est Rates to Chicago and all
n,;.', rhereforrall ler.ous intej-
keep tlio ball rolling and on the day of i c.md, and train.-, running from (ho Cas- : tod values. We all began
He *■<>0. Henry Ohls, Janies A. Britrgs ami M,
points East. Tickets sold
election put a man in us director who
said that lie started work on a Connect i , I>. IL ailing, all of l illamook, Oregon,
to all Prominent Points
will say improvomsnt by the erection of
W T. ByaxEY. Register
cause i. any there I h -, whv .aid estate lw
throughout the East and Southeast.
not only beeauso it pushes far into in ent farm at $7 a month and at the end
charged IV setlle<l un'1 Snitl executor <lis-
a new school house.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
ner Asia, but also because sumo uuique ot tho month had the $7. II« thought
V-' Tl H' “'V1'- Executor aforesaid.
problems in railroad construction have that all the Central Pacific owed the j
1'¡'"’•'A Lvrox. Altoi-.i,,-
TIMBER NOT SUITABLE.
Reservations can be secured in advance,
Dated I ebruary 1, 1888. ’
been solved by its succeeefui progress. government should be put into 250 semi
L ax » Ort'icE at Oregon City. Or.. (
EimS Ttlaino wrote tbo letter declar Many engineers said a railroad (iquld annual payments, wliich would bring it I
January, 21, lsss.i
Notice is hereby given that the following-
ing his intention of not letting hU name not bo maintained through tho shifting said his company would like to pay all' named
Bo caeful and do not make a mistake . ■
If so be sure and call for your tickets
settler has (lied noticoof his inten
bo used as a candidate for the presiden
but bo sure to take the
Notice of Final Settlement.
tion to make tinul proof in support of his
claim, ami that saut proof will l>e made be
tial nomination, several other pm sons General Annokoff, by coveting parts of
-i.m.',|T i'ril"ir'h-Y, irfv<" U'#t tl,c >"”lpr-
have come prominently in'o vow io the I his roadway with clay, bv placing in iiis
hil ■ n v o’'
court of Y::m-
Ho did not think it adviiabla to throw counts', Tillamook Oregon, on Saturday, •X. ir’r
lil,al tl,, ai tal|lcnt
Marell 17. ISxs, viz: Barnev Bcvixlv.bome- <'o ut-rs-,t t|n. |ast W1H nnil
position. Tho party does not at present : embankment« layers of tho branches of I
of Tme i’ievL-tlot.?'01,lr tivket8 reai1 via
the road on tho market and sell it, no steal entry. No. .>723. for tfic N W', see
THlh LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to
know what to do sinco tho booinshell 1 a desert shrub, and by cultivating along I
'hveaM'il. and said court lias avoid changes ami serious delay« occa- I
other civilized government would do T 1 8 It 8 W.
lie mines il>s following witnesses to
from Blaino droppod into their midst.
t“ tllv '',>urt ll,‘,,se at '•■>(»- Sioned by other routes.
but the United States prove his continuous resilience upon, ami vòttó'kin'
ilesert plants whoso roots retain the suc'* 11
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
Tho republican press havo advanced
c,”>"tv. !‘s the time ami
. u |
", it ox- i-illtivatiou of, s:'.i(l land, viz : E M. Kiys.
•r?,; • '‘‘•"•"’-’i'lie-eof
Therefore nil on regular express trains full length of !
tlio name of Gen. l’hil. Sheridan as a sand, ha. thus far maintained Tlie
prob- iac,e<' «'’erything and paid nothing, At
all of Tillamook,Tillamook county, Oregon' •ippe.ir n| ram tune and place an-l show
Ho is not a professional __ ____
! another time be said, ia a burst of con-
It is positively the shortest anti finest
W, T, BrsxEV. Rvuister.
cause tf any there be. why- “Tid estate 1^ Quickest time.
politician and it seems strange tons that Ism ol a water supply was solyed by
line to Chicago and the east and south
bringing water in pipes from mountains ! Il^iential passion, that, in I'aet, tlio Cen-
Glared S<’,,le<l U"'1 8aid
llis- General oKlr<. of lll(, t(,nipnny> x< , the only sleeping and dining car througl
he eliould bo used as timber in tho con
tliat skirt 200 miles of the route; also by : ral Pacific did not owe (be government i
F ex - t -. x -V Frx-Tox
A j Ari-Ensox,
Washington st.. Portland, Oregon.
struction of tho rabid protection party. canals from the Murglmb, while artesian ' anything,
Nutice For Publication.
Onialm, Kans»«; City, and all
JIo is unused to tlie intriguo which of a wells nrc the source of supply betwoen I
Lrxu (>m< ¡1 at Oregon City. Or., I
n o-i v i
A D CHARLTON.
Dateti I ebruary 1. Isas.
-neceesily must be tlie principal qualifi i Merv ami the Oxus. In a region that is 1
January 18, UW83'
destitute of fuel, and whore tlie cold is I
steel frack, unsurps^J
Notice i- hereby givo» that the following-
cation of a republican nominee for that
at times intense, petroleum has been i
train, scrviccVand elegant (lining and
named M-ttlcr has filed notiecof hi. Inten
Notice of Final Settlement.
utilized to drivo tho locomotives and to
peeping cars Ima honestly earned for it111*
tion to make final proof in support of his
Notice is hereby riven that W D v- n
! title of
heat the sixty railroad stations along I
ctaim, an-l thnt -aid proof will l*l>cforv the
ton as a. inmistratnr of the estate of Henry
Ixmisville Courier Journal:
Oregon, nt rillamook, Oregon, on M'ednes! M.sllan deceased, has filed in tlie -onntv
of the success, now well assured of her
of 5 ainlull county, Oregon, his tin i;
farmers started in I860 with one half tho nniquound astonishing experiment in
day, Manli 21. 188», via- A. 11. Hallock court
Others may imitate,blit none can suri,aS,iu
honu -lead elltn Xo. .>474, fur lots, 2. 3 ami aen.tmt. ami ,al,i ,.„nrt h(|s
total wealth and one half tho |>opnlution, railroad building.— New York Ren.
at Jo’cltx-k p ni
4. sec 31, T 1 8 It IO W. and I. •• a ami t T"'-;,a) March o.
Our motto is "alwavs on time ”
and in twenty yeais increased their
-s'. «. T 1 8 It tu W
Tux F bvkm 8 i ' i <' ii > k .-—Tuesday morn-1
tlu- same. 'Tberefori all i-erxms"are I
Be suro and ask ticket agent« for t”'''**
He naynes the following witnesses to
wealth $4,122,588,481 ; tho other half of
ing between the hours of 3 and 4, Mr.
prove his continuous residence upon and by notified !.. apjwar at said time a,ul
- via this celebrated route an-l take n""’
ths population increased their wealth
•’•J**’’- ’( a,|y there be win
\y II MEAD. G A
I eulthalion <>(, said land, viz: \V. T. New >i'iCH ""i11 ’
F .J. Fryer committed suicide by cut I
said final neeount l-e not allowdl an-l - ii!|
THE ONLY NATIONAL I TANKA till
comb, John I* Daw U.K tioodspeed and estate
$23,350,974,851, or, to put it in a more
No, 4 Washington street, Portlaiiii- Or.
W. D. F e " t ., x
ting his throat with a razor. Ho arriv
W. T. Bi uxrv, Register.
Farmers gained in wealth .$ 4,12*588,481 ed fioin Portland Saturday en the oven- I
The other half gained
23.159,974.851 ing train and went to tho residence oi
his neieo, Mrs. P. H. Messner.
Notice for Publication.
This proves, of course, that tlio farm- day nigld upon going to b»d nothing 1
eis are getting rich through bearing the strange was noticed a haul him. During
L»xu Ornci at Oregon City, Or., I
L» xd Orrn-t al Oregon t’ity, Or.,
Jan. II. l<>-
brunt of an unequal and equitably .Kl- the mght about 3 a- m,, Mrs, Meaner
is hereby gi
, l ',i,,1
that »he following-
hoard him in his room, but thought
This standard work is tho
(' only named
justed system of taxation.
nothing of it. In the morning when National Cyi*Iopa*«lin of Biographv F...;..
npth v ,,f >.;« •
. .lake final proof in support
tion to make
of his minuti «etUer haw
t«ms tu make linai prof.f jn »npnort ,
Mr. Meaner went to the barn be found
, «»of wilt
tliat said proof
will l>« made
<1.1.11 an-l 11,.,1
,,nwf v. in Yi. Te
Tho ropublteau party may pre’er him lying on the bridge leading to the in this country, anil worthy to rank before the comity
county clerk of Tillamook < n>un-
Blacksmithing and carriage IroniW
0^2 ’ : Tn1? ' rk < f TilUmook eo
cheap wIiLkov to cheap blankets barn with his throat cut from oar to ear. with the great national works of its tv, Oregon,
head hanging over eo that tho blood prepared in England, Germany and pre-emption, D s. Xo. AI49. for (lie N W 1-4 .miubm D .■? XÓ (V
of 8 1. 1-1 an-l X E 1-t of 8 W ¡.4 of 8e<
republicans nf the states that have b en w.rild run on tlie ground.
W Sof S E
nn.l s . ' L.
31. TSSK!» W
-t • K , ,c ""'A
visited by the cold wavo this winter w itli Idui noai ly $2.’s), the money was helgium. Xo name eminent in lit
lie names the following witne [wes tn
•f til e tat. ,,f N,,rn, w WiUm a,.
And plow work specially
e hi- < (
thaw out and we think tl at I ■bnkets found under tho pillow of the Ko-1 in erature, nrt, music, science or in
is residence up<>r n. an t
rd A person, having, hi,,,, u^m'
-I Ian,I. viz __ _ t-n
ie ti w a hick lie l> id slept. Ilia brother J , M. vention will Iw-om tteil. Sold only
«rill bo pieferted by them.
Fryer committed »ui> i-le some twelve by subscription.
B. H Bunn ami
M Etnici i
«ill bond: sa «irons
Í* O. —
rears ago bv cutting lus throat wilh a
W. W. BECK. Asrent
p>n knife. ’
from tlns late.j,,, ^
ffi^Celebrated Oregon Iron H*rrs*
W. T lh CTKV. Registe
GIVE ME A CALL,
- any .or ?ai.l estate, fir n
The Best Qualities & Substantial}' Made.
Our new Fall and Winter stock of Clot)
¡ng is now on exhibition«
b Í O □ A
N EAV TO-DAY
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
Think of Spring
hii’lliiiiil and San Francisco,
Bo k and Card Printing
J. B. ROHR,
We Dojj’t Want Th
ARE YOU GOING EAST!
i tasta Wi,
ws ra mv
I The Ftoyal Houte
Cytlcpadia rf bœ J&sgrajky,
mi MM, 4 lEiHEtSM,
foatainin? Over Twenty Thonxand
Articles on Frommen! People.
;New Blacksmith Shop!
Hi<‘ M Rigi in the City, Orders
frwipth iltendM to Day or !
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.