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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1888)
¿0K81 STATIONERY 11 WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Harvest has commenced.
Win. P. GALKNTINE.
Morgan Baker and family left Wednes
Monday morning at 2 o'clock, the soul
day lor Seattle.
Kan Over by the Cars and two Valuable
LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND
of Wm. Galantine, of this city, winged
Morgan Bakerand family left Wednes
I do not believe that
its way into the great beyond. Another
ABOUT THE CITY.
day for Seattle.
IIoi’KiNSTUXK, K y ., Feb. 24.-1887.
veteran of the civil war lias gone to res t
Special to tlie Telephone.
Gentlemen-Seven years a-jo a wore devel
an equal as a cure
through a disease contracted in the ser
oped o»i my nose from a finger nail »cratch.
Chas. Magers is studying law in the
for Scrofulous Hu
M c C oy July 14, While Mr. Glandon vice. He was born in Fulton county,
1 irk'd a h.w simple remedies, but tho sore
office of J. E. Magers.
mors. It is pleasant
w< ult! n t yield. I grew uonte every year
was driving across the railroad track Illinois, on the 17th of May, 1844. When
-.<n years. Many thought I had a can
to take, gives streugth
cer. Over a year ago 1 commence«I taking
to the txMly, and pro-
just above this village, to-dav, a train the rebellion broke out he was one of
lalk up the water works,
S. S. s . and two dozen bottles entirely cured
the county send news to the T elephone . ran over two valuable mares which w«r« the first to volunteer. He enlisted on Humors,
luces a more perma
me. Win n 1 began with Swlfi's Sp ecific I
he ouly house of its kind in the county
was iu very poor health, and could ii tnlly
W. J. Lough*ry has returned home.
nent result than any
(iruu about. After I had Anima d the course
Senator Dolph will make several stump hitched to the hack and killed them in the 10th of Augnst, 1861, and was dis
medicine I ever used.
of S. 8. S. I was strong and buoyant, and
The McMinnville News Co.
90 in the shade at 12 o’clock Tuesday. speeches through Maine during the com- stantly. Mr Glandon and a man with charged October 15, 1874, from the same
— F. Haines, North
had a go;xl apiMdlte. 1 regard it as a most
him narrowly escaped with their lit ea company. The time of his service in the
valuable meuiclne for ladles in weak, deli
cate health. It is a househ- Li medicine
Sundly a"d b°yB *’nt l° N°rth Yft“hi11
A large hill covered with wheat concealed army was three years and two months.
I havo used Ayer’»
Hugh Collard is now running on the the train. The engine gave no warning Mr. Galentine joined the G. A. R. Bost
Mns. II. W. W iisom .
Sarsaparilla, in inv
8. C., April 2, 1887.
Minnveille8WaterW°rksiBtl,ecrvof Mc' lumbia to the mines.
years I have had
and know, if it is
ed in Company D, 7th Illinois cavalry
a sore on my left cheek. It hud gradually
noon growing worse. Tlie many physicians
The themometer for the last few days
whom 1 had consulted were nimble to do
l*avo a court house. It
term of service. From his comrade I.C.
me any good. Last fall a year ago 1 began
has ran over the top. The highest as
this terriblo disease.
—Proprietors of tho—
using S. S. 8. At first it inhumed the sore,
McMinnville Needs Them and Should Terry, of this city, who was in the same
yet is 98 in the shade.
and it became mors virulent than ever ; so
company, we learn that Mr. Galentine
much so, Indeed, that my family Insisted
Brick laying on the school house be
that I should leave off the medicine. I per
The senate has passed the bill putting
was one of the three hundred, who were
Fcr forty yoais I
sisted in using tho S. 8. 8. At the end of two
months the sore was entirely healed. Think
The water works question has been in the celebrated Grierson raid into Mis
havo suffered with
LL r EDUCTION IN MEATS-------
ing that the evil was out. of my constitution,
A J Smith is suffering with ervsipe- with the rank of major general.
I left off the medicine; but In November,
agitated before this and never amounted sissippi. Five thousand men under the
tried v irious remedies
ten months after, a very slight breaking out
La Beef .5 to 10 cents per pound. Cull las in the arm.
Mrs H I’. Stuart left for Yaquina to anything. One thing is sure, all the command ot Brig. Gen. B. II. Grierson, Canker, and for my conjplaintj’but
appeared. I ut once began again on S. 3. 8.,
and now that is also disappearing. I have
5 be convinced that the best quality of
citizens of this city are united on this make a raid into Mississippi and destroy
everv faith in 8. R. S. it bus done me more
¿t, are always on hand.
July 13 tf
g<M a than ail the doctors and ether medi
the sea shore. She will be gone a week
on lhe Willamina.
one thing; they all admit that McMinn confederate property.
cines I ever took.
All but three
Avec ■< s.obarilla.
A. R. S hands .
Basement tocourt house will be up the
ville needs water works. There are sev
W inbtom , N. C., April 12, 1887.
tk*' c.' i.i.4 mt liclnel
J. A. Peckham has sold his calf with
latter part of this week.
Tenn. Mr. Galentine and Mr. Terry
Gentlemen—Two or three yours ago a can
.IUI CO .:pj tely cured.
cer cume on my face. It soon grew to be
the tail as long as a piece of rope to a
were both in the raid which started
quite large. It wore on me, and my general
Binger Hermann has been sold to a person in this city for $9.00. The
..M. (!. Avesb’iry,
lieu It I) was very poor. Lust September I
gen- which could be brought into this city at from La Grange and ended at Baton
notary pvbt .io.
lortland party for $175.
begun a course of S. 8. 8.. which 1 have con
tleinan will 6tart a rope factory.
a small cost. The good water works Rouge, Lousiaqa. For sixteen days and Catarrh,
tinued to the present time with the happiest
result. The cancer '
do this city is incalculable. It nights they were in the saddle and cov
B. F. Saylor was 39 years old Monday.
there being no evidence or symptom of a
would promote the health, reduce the ered nearly 1,700 miles, through the
He put up the cigars.
cancerous character left. My general health
whivb • v . k so v.evcre
better loan it
insurance rates and Have time and energy midst of confederate forces. Thousands
lias been tn years. I am 82 years old, and
Die sports are trying to arrange a race aie spry as boys yet and have challeng besides giving good protection to the of dollars of confederate property was
ep; • t : •* GU'l weak-
today 1 am working in the Held planting
ed each other to a fight to the finish.
or two for Saturday.
corn. Yours truly,
J onas L imabach .
ened • . • y j te m.
property in the city. We see that no destroyed. This was one of the greatest
Gentlemen--I had a sore on my upper lip
There has never been such a demand tices have been stuck up asking for blds raids of the war. Only sixteen ot the
Medorem Crawford was on the streets
for eight years Seven different doetorsat-
July 13 tf
temoted in vain to heal it. One gave me a
for harvest hands as at the present lime, for the construction of a fire cistern at company which originally consisted of
of McMinnville Monday.
lief, 1 lv ,
small vial for five dollars, which was a “ cer
lhe hay, oat and wheat harvest is upon the corner of F and Third streets. Of 101 men, ever came out of the war. In Can be
tain cure. ’ It Is needless to say that it did
, We ai'knowtedge a pleasant call from us all at once. Harvest hands are scarce conrse a 7 x 9 cistern is some protection, the company were eleven men over six
me no good. About two years auo X became
and, ir ! w montlM,
quite uneasy, as people thought I had uean-
I nil bendall, of Willamina, Monday.
- - Susan L.
cor.and I took a course of eighteen bottles
but is it advisable to put in cisterns feet high and only one of them survived. cured by
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
and the wages offered are good.
8. 8. S. Tao result has been a complete
when water works will have to come Mr. Galentine was a good soldier and
Farming machinery of every descrip
cure. Tho u.ccr or cancer healed beautiful
leaving scarcely u perceptible scar. From
tion was working in the harvest fields
that day I have been In excellent health, the
outhern pacific go s
forwarded it for German singing birds, of advancing as it should. With a little He moved to Oregon in 1866 and has
Speciflo having purified my bio -<i thorough
ly, increased my appetite and perfected my
lie will get three pairs of skylarks and outside capital and energy to start the since lived in McMinnville. For the the blood
bloo. ! ;
- r that I
digestion. In a word, I feel liko a new
L P. Lucas, county clerk of Gilliam two pairs of goldfinches. They will ar ball rolling, we are sure the people of past few years a disease contracted in
woman, ami, best of all, the eight year ulcer
over t -I. 1 liavo
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
is gone entirely. Yours sincerely,
county was in the citv the latter part of rive in this Btate about the first of next McMinnville would subscribe stock the service has kept him an invalid and with
taken it ft.- S rofula,
M bs . \V. p . C annon .
enough to make up the amount necessa unable to do manual labor. He had
Canker, nd Salt-
Trenton, Todd Co., Ky., Feb. 25, 1887.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
Gus Dettnering will move his stock of
A young man by the namo of George ry for the putting in of a good plant. made an eflfort before his death to get a
much bcm lit from it.
Tua S wift S pecific C o ., .
dry goods to Dayton about the first of Marshall, of Millers station Lane county Ten thousand dollars will bring in a good pension but could find only one comrade
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Qa.
ao , for
who had served in the same company
is down willi
the small pc
and __ his re-
California Express trains run daily
ville is well able to pay at least $500 per with him and the papers require the sig
Millie lam' Peirce, S.
doubtful. He lias been ._
E. L. E. White for Corvallis, Tuesday,
BETWEEN PORTLAND and SAN
to a secluded spot and as yet no year, as a city, for the water used. I-et nature of two. And tjius through fate,
looking over the country for a desirable moved
the city guarantee this mini per annum one of the most deserving of men
to any company who will put in a water was not rewarded in his helplessness, by
irtland 4:00 P.M. San Fran’ 7:4 A. M.
A fine horse belonging to Henderson plant and it is the opinion of the T ele the ceuntrv which he had served so gal
Buy your cofle at Wallace & Sons be Bros,
nFran’6:30P M. Portland 10:40 A M
stable was seriougly injured Mon
fore it raises. It is on the increase at day, by breaking through tlie North phone that it would not be long before lantly.
Prsparod by Dr. J.C. Ay«r A Co., l/. wtll, Mur.
water would be flowing through hydrants
cal Passenger Dally, Except Sunday. the present.
Price dll six bottles, 85.
The energy of Me Minnville is slowly- cident owing to tlie bad condition of along. Let us have a town while we are
. 2:40 P M.
. 8 :«0 A. M.|
9:00 A. M. I Portland 3:45 P M. coming out. It will soon be developed; Yamhill county’s bridges. They should about it, not half a town.
■gene . . .C.CC
then look out.
be fixed before the county has to pay a
Get your machine oil of Maitin &
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
large amount of damages.
GAME OF BALL.
On the 25th Judge Boise will decide
[TOURI.ST SLEEPERS for second class
Frank Wisecarver returned Saturday
whether or not to grant an an injunc
bsengers on all Express trains.
of 950 Between Amity
Machine oils at wholesale prices at
night from tlie meeting of the Grand Game'for a I’urse
L o. & C. R. R. Ferry makes connection tion on the court.
G. W. Burt’s.
of A. O. U. W. which met in
|th ail the regular trains on the East Side
The T elephone office is printing the Seattle. From his story we think the
Martin & Sanderswill save you money
vision from toot of F Street
For some time a controversy lias ex
catalogue of premiums for the Fair Asso Democrats better be scratching arouud
on your hardware.
West Side Division.
for a vote on the train on (lie way up isted between Amity and Dayton as to
Look ! 24000 pounds of Garland stoves
ETWEEN PORTLAND* COKVAI.LIS.
Chas. Fleming went to Bethel Sunday. stood, Harrison 81, Cleveland 27, Prohi which town had the best ball team. . ust arrived at S. A. Manning’s.
He says he went fishing but then the bition 1, Belva Lockwood 2.
Saturday the controversy was decided at
I (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
Martin de Senders sell all kinds of
boys will not believe him.
Several letters have been received by Amity tor a purse of $50. Amity walked
hardware as cheap as the cheapest.
away with the money by a score of 14
irtland 7 7:30 A. M I Corvallis .12:25 I’,
Do not fail to see Martin & Sanders
irvallis 1:30 I’. M. I Portland 6:1.5 P. M. be quite a resort for weather prophets. stamps for subscription and a request to 12. The game was very exciting.
that a letter be written in return, Betting
before buying ycur binding twine. 2w.
At t Albany and i Corvallis connect with The signal service barometer is there.
lins of the Oregon Pacific It. K.
forth the advantages of McMinnville.
Martin de Sanders have a good stock
There is a good chance for outside cap In every instance we have done so and of the Amity nine played fine ball.
.press Train Dally Except Sunday.
told nothing but facts and one of them is Nichols, catcher of ths Dayton nine, of machine oil. which they will sell nt
irtland 4:50 P. M.IMcMinnvilleS :00P.M. •by putting in a water plant in this city. that McMinnville is the best town in the got hit in the face with a ball and badly bed rock prices.
ANSWER TO INQUIRIES, $1.00
cJIiii'ville5:45A.M.IPortland 9:00 A. M.
Hardware is lower at Manning’s than
Henry Bebee left for Portland Tuesday state for a new comer to settle in. bruised. The following are the players
This standard work is the only 4EP0BT ON ENTRIES, CONTESTS, &c., $3.00
E. P. ROGERS,
Wages high, rent medium, and great
National Cyclopaedia of Biography Procuring Land Patents, Filing Arguments,
Manager Asst.G. F. & Pass. Agt morning. He expects to get a situation prospects forth» future.
nings. McMinnville wants to heat the says everybody.
in some Portland bank. Good luck to
and Conducting Contests, on Moderate
in this country, and worthy to rank
winners if she can. How is it.
Send for circular to
Last Sunday tlie McMinnville band
Two men had to work all day .Sunday
Holman, s s
Radley. 2 b
kind in the Old World, now being
8. A. Manning’s.
at the court house in order to get mor Sawyer in his fine wagonette. While W. Harrison, r f
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Settler should have Copp’s Settlor’s flu!«!»
tar enough to keep the brick layers sup
Springer, c f
Farmerswill find it to their advantage prepared in England, Germany ana Vverv
; price only 26 cents (post ago Mtw.
McCully, 2 b
Conrod, 3 b
to buv their machine oil and axle grease Belgium. No name eminent in lit
IN BRALY’S BUILDING
cigars were passed around and a jolly
BoBt c f
at Sanders & Martin’s.
(18-13) erature, art, music, science or in
Tho Grand Ledge (Mich .) Independent good time was passed hv some of the Fowler, p
Churchman, 3 b
landscape and Flower Painting speaks in the highest terms of piaise of boys in wandering around with the girls B. Watt 1 i
•’The Woodbury” improved fruit jar vention will beomtted. Sold only
< 'arter, I I
D. Harrison, 2 I»
is the best, so sav all who have tried it. by subscription.
or at least it is supposed so, as the boys Bai ker, <•
lioroughly and Rapidly Taiiedit. this city.
Jones, 1 b ,
For sale at ('. Grissen’s.
could not all be found wh-n II»- leadei A. Watt, I b
W. W. BECK. Agent.
Bert ran il r f
The people ot
Mrs Frank Redmond left Saturday wanted them to play.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Tiy Tea Buds Tea; tlio finest in tlu-
ior Portland and Astoria where she will North Yamhill had a nice supper pie Amity < ire\ s.
1 9 9 0 4 1 3 2 3—14 market. Cheap ami done up in pound
» rms - Six lessons for $5.00
spend some lime visiting relatives and pared at the exchange hotel whirl the Dayton Wonders. 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 3 3—12 canisters at Wallace dt Sons
boys enjoyed Imgelv. The band return
In»-Two till .5 |> in
hours. U in pire D.
Time ot game ;
For sale—New single harness ami
thanks for the kind and hearty u-cc-ption
“Unde” Jep Garrison’s house, which given them, which will never be forgot V. Olds.
new buggy. For sale cheap for cash or
he ha* had built from the old building ten by the boys. The band also extend
approved upte. G. F. Tucker.
formerly back of the bank, is done and their thanks to Damon Sawyer who RO
If you « ant Lard oil, Castor Machine
ready for a family.
kindly drove them without charge.
M c M innville , O regon .
piotice is hereby given licit the partner
A great deal of interest was taken by oil. Black oil, or Castor oil, Geo. W.
lip existing between J. W Baker mid
Kettleman and Gearin, owned by Dr.
STItAGE BUT THUE.
the Eastern press in the ascent of Mt. Burt can »upplv you by the pint, can or Graining,
N Baker in the Threshing Machine Eli S. A. Young and Dr. E. E. Goucher, re
Hood on the Fourth of July. All the
me, under the firm name of Baker Bros., spectively, are matched to trot on Satur
Paper Hanging and
Fifty-six Kegs .f Heer Drank in This City
bit business connected therewith is this day, July 28, for a purse of $40.
Celluloid starch is the best in the mar
principal lournals had telegraphic spe
Carnage Pai nil ng.
ky mutually disolved ; J. W, Baker having
ket for the simple reason that it puts on
cials about it. The New York Herald a better gtoss than can bo put on bv any
Urehased the interest of T. N. Bilker in
Nearly every town in Oregon the size oi
Prompt Attention to Orders from
lid machine and engine. J W. B akrb .
The people of this city may think that publishes the following editorial:
McMinnville has water works. McMinn
other starch. Try it.
T. N- B aker
and should be In the
v. 1888 .8
vnnu ever, nuuououiu
June 15, 1888 (9:12)
Condensed milk can be procured ut
let us all say, “we will have them.”
The T elephone reporter has taken it Wednesday night is reported to have Wallace dt Son’s. This is a geod prepa
i T m ”
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thousands of Illustrations, and nearly 150 jmges, telling
Mr. Spring, of Missouri, has bought upon himself to find out the consump been a perfect success. Although the ration for persons going to the moun
»hat to buy, and where to g« t it, and naming lowest
property in tiiis city, and will soon begin tion of beer in one week. Saturday last, experiments of signaling from the moun tains. Try it 25 cents per can.
»rices for honest goods. Price of GUIDE only 10 cents,
acludifig »CertlAcatn good for 10 cents worth of Seeds.
the erection of a house. He intends to 56 empty beer kegs were shipped to tain to Portland by heliograph have
JAMES VUlk. MEKDKMAN» r
Portland. This is about the average been interfered with by cloudy skies, it Sanders will sell you hardware cheaper
make this bis residence for the future.
Hoc healer* N. Y«
When «he was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
number of kegs consumed in a week. is to be hoped they will be continued
The Sunday edition of the Portland Thsy were all five gallon kegs giving a until some definite results are obtained. than any one else, just call and examine
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
News was a fine one. It consists of 20 total of 280 gallons. Each gallon is For military purposes visual signals ob their prices, and you will be convinced.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
pages of good reading matter advertise.: worth 80 cents. That is there aie 16 tained by reflecting the suns rays or the
Damon Sawver’s lino wagonette is
ments etc. It speaks well for the man drinks to the gallon at 5 cents each. calcium light from a combination oi ready to carry passengers to all parts of
has great advantages.
The the country at reasonable rates. For
This gives a total of $224.00 spent each mirrors
flash even from an ordinary tiehl helio-
Bishop Gross and Father Adelhelm seek in the city of McMinnville for beer gropli can be seen with the naked eye further particulars call on Damon Saw
Castoria is recommended by physicians
Of course during the winter
hr children teething It is a purely veget- Odermott prior of Mt. Angel College, alone.
|b!e preparation, its ingredients are pul» arrived in this city- Saturday on their months the consumption is not as large. forty miles or more, and communication
Save money, patience an I piofanily
thus quickly estblished between bodie-
plied around each hottb* It is pleasant way to Grand Ronde. They returned
of troops in regions where cavalry could by buying the Osborne binder twine.
b the taste and absolutely harmless. It re
MA BK I EI»
hardly operate at all. The portability of Acknowledged to be tl.e best. Martin
levés constipation regulates the bowels, Mondav.
iuiets pain, cures diarrlnea and wind colic,
the insti uments for this kind of signaling A Sunders have just received a carload.
M’s Dr. T. W. Shelton, and daughter,
Married, Mond iy, at 2 o’clock, p. in., and the accuracy with which the message (12 13)
llla.vs feverishness, destroys worms, and was in the citv from Friday to Monday,
prevents convulsions, soothes the child and visiting her sister, Mrs. W. D. Fenton, at the residence of Mrs. Annie Bean, in can be read nt long distances lend pecnl
We have» fine line of jumpers, engini*-
lives it refeshing and natural sleep, (’as-
pria is the children’s panacea —the moth They lef* for their home in Eugene City , Bortland, Or., by Rev. Degsrner Jones, iar interest to the experiment» now being eis jackets, over ails, Jean pants, buck
rs' friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
Mrs. (Tara Bello Foster, to L. H. Cook, made at Mt. Hood.
gloves, and all kinds of harvester needs.
Chas W. Keller, the jeweler is now of this city. The happy couple arrived Brooks vs Frakes and Frakes va Brooks. Also a few summer suits left. For sale
cheap. Cornu ami get one at youi own
permanently located in the news stand at this place on the evening train. At
B ishop A K ay .
and is prepared to repair anything from the hotel ssveial friends and relatives
of Salem, married a
a chronometer to a turnip. Call and see met them and a few hours were spent in
land or stag
akes near Wapato
social chat. Mr. Cook is proprietor of daughter of Mr. Frakes
him while in town.
nant pool, or fioin desdiy gasses of city
the Cook house of this city, which has Lake. Somehow trout ble began and Mrs. sewers, malarial |>oisons are the same.
Jones Howell and Don Hays returned now got that which it has long needed.a Brooks went home to her father. Mr.
from Tillamook and Netarts the first of landlady. The T elei - iione bespeaks for Brooks and a man by tlie name of Bett- Ayer's Ague Cine, taken according to di-
the week. Tiiev report a large number
engill, a few days ago started for Wap lections, is a warranted specific for ma
“Castoria Is so well adapted Io children that Castoria cure» Holte. CoaMIpatlon,
of campers, fine fishing, etc. Jones them a happy future.
ato lake t<> bring Mrs. Brooks back to larial disorders.
I recommend it as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation.
\\ ’K*\.C»\v5t always htve caught a 31b trout in Trask.
Bodily health hih I vigor may be main
kaowa to me."
IL A. Aacnaa, M D.,
TO ADVERTIS^ OREGON.
wav to the lake divorce papers were tained ns easily in the heat of summer,
Ill So. Oxford 8K, Brooklyn, N. Y.
W. G. Davis of West Point, caller! up
(»other at hand. It is the «ily safe on us Tuesday morning. He is visiting I At a special meeting of tlm Boaid of served on Mr. Brooks. He went to the as in tlie winter months, it lhe blood is
Kills Worms, gives al. ep, and promotes di.
JSMicine yet made that will wbiots aM old friends throughout the valley and Trade, Friday evening, at the East Ore residence of Mr. Frakes and demanded purified ami vitalized with Ayer,» Sarsa
Without injurious modicatioa.
Uuxntile disorders. It contains as Opiun will report for duty at West Point on the gonian offices, an arrangement was made his wile. According to his testimony he parilla. Every person who has used
Tua C shtacr C owtaxt , 77 Murray Street, N. T.
was ordered away at the muzzle of a
Morphing, but gives the «hill Satoru!
with Mr. Moses Folsom to insert a des allot gun. He immediately hail Mr. this remedy has been greatly benefited.
from pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by 28th of August at 1 o’clock.
Take it this month.
Frakes arrested for threats against his
Mr. Glass, formerlyof lhe Dallas Item
G«». W. Burt, druggist.
country in 406 country papers, life. The suit was tried in this city
W. I*. Johnson, the artist, who for the
ize«,lias purchased the \amhill Rejmiter rounding
I lie last four or five months has been visiting
of this eitv. Mr. Glass, to use In« own consin, Michigan, Missouri and other Satin day lief ire Judge Harding.
city and has given satisfaction every
words, is going to make a red liot repub states, in consideration ol $2iOto liepii I case was dismissed on some legal techni this
Notice for Publication
time, will la- here August 2d, 3d anil 4tli
lican paper out of it. Success to his ef when the work was done. President cality. Afterjllis dismissal, Mr. Frakes, and Si-t.f bill, 7th and 8th. His gallery
in order Io get even, swore out a warrant
L and O ffice at Oregon Citv, Or.. I
Ballerav appointed L H. Turm-t. B. Sel and had Brooks and Betengill arrested is ovm Del mei ing's store. Cabinet»
July 6th. 1R8B f
The ballot box used by the G. A R. ling and R. Alexander a commit lee of on the charge of i-ariying concealed wea only $4 IM) |ier. dozen. All other work
Noth e i' hereby given that the fo’lowing I’ost of this city is very unique.
is a a three to solicit the amount from citizens pons.
They were fined $10 apiece at correspondingly low rates.
a-ne«l settler has tile<l notice of Ids inten miniature
I have gone into the Clothing business. I am now ready to supply
mounted, and the halt
hail who are most interested in art’.'ertisiiig and
costs, amounting to uls-ut 115 each,
'»n to make final proof in support of his
where it rolls into a the advantages of this sneiiou. Persons
wants with Big Bargains in Mens’ and Boys’ suite, Pants, etc.
an<^ th ’t said proof will oe made be- is ’ put . in the .i muzzle
Is Con an in pt ion Icnrable.
mi.:., ..orl- »xf •>rt u.iM
My motto will lie “Hmall profits and Quick sales.
Y x^untv’ jndge or in his absence the box bennath. This work of art was having inti-ii-sts in real estate will be ap-
proached and asked 1«subs, rile- towards
• rK of lainliill Co. .at Lafayette, on Tues- by J. A. Pcckam.
Newark, Ark., nay*«:
“Was down with
the fun.I. shortly bv the vomimtte*. It
v«: Truman II.
C B. Cook A Son have the contract isnwoithv woik, and cue which will
aftccNM of liingM, and friend« and phyMcian«
tii. *l<?meste'ul entrv. No 4 >13 for the
r»r<in<>i|need me an Incurable (-’onsiiniptive.
f •' s n W
k*” 4- 9- 10 <>f Sc<’ .2fi for building the pavillion at the fair bring good returns. Tin price to Ire-
Intn’S “ 3 W. IIo names the following grounds. Il will beerccted immediati-lv. very low, considering the number oi pa Bruises. Bores, (’leers. Salt Rliooni, Began taking Dr King’« New Dlacovery
Fever Bores, Teller, Chapped Hands, for f'onnimiption, am now on my third
I have but mv foot down on high prices to liegin with. I have bought
nn,’es'*e'* J° pr»we hi4 continuous residence The building will cost $700.
pers lhe desc:iptive aiticle is to be in Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erupt Itotlle, mid able to overwc the work on mv my stock
?;1<l_,’,dtivatisn of, said land, viz: Shape of a Maltose cross, and is 62 lee serted
etock for Cash, and that talks you know. Good Mens’ suits from
ions, ami |s>sitively cures, l’iles. or no
Tompkins, (>f Wheatland, P <>.. in length and width. It will be 14 fort
upward«. Boys’ suits from $4. upwards, Mens’ punts, good and
Fowler. Wheatlaml: P Hu
Bay required. It is guaianteed to give
^wier. Wheatland; A, P. Macnes-, of high with a hip roof an 1 cupolo in tlie Pendleton believe in advertising It is perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, “Had it not been for Dr King's New Dis durable at $3.50 per pair. Come and see me. I can please you. In
j,.|v 13 17
a good wav and will do good. McMinn price 25 cent» per box. RogersATodd. of Inng troubles Was given ui> by doctors Mens’, Ladies’ and Childrens’ shoes my stock is larger than ever to suit
W T. B urney , Register.
II C. Best the artist who has the fine ville should do likew ise.
Am now in l>cst of health.” Try it sample the times. PIONEER BOOT and SHOE STORE. Opposite the Grange
paintings on exhibitions .round the;'»/-
bottles free ut Rogers & Todd,
Notice for Publication
Store. P.F. BROWNE.
Wx n a. (»“I are fretful, peevish,
has opened an art studio in Braly "
L axb O ffice at Oregon City. Or.. I
Iuike Windy Colle, Teething Pains, or
containing his terms etc. R«»d >»• ««•
Mr W. H Morgan, merchant,
July 6th, 1888 1
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
This remedy i» becoming ho well known
naml,'|Ce ’’ herpby given that the following bv the press wherever he has taught. City.
st once by using Acker's Baby Soother. and wo popular as U) need no special men
line t ? Wu er has
notice of his’inten- His work speaks for itself. Step m wh.le attenrted with a dtetressing rough and run- It contain» no Opinm or Morphine, tion. All who have used Klr< trie Ritterw
sirg the fame *ong of praise.—A purer
rttim ni, fin*l proof in support of his in town ami see the fine collection of
In spite of the cry HARD TIMES we are doing a good trade. In
He tried many «.trailed popular cough hence is safe. Price 23 cento. Bold by medii ine does not exist and it ia guaran
For» ti.**”' 1
,a*d Proof will lie made be-
rinirdie« aud «tcadily grew worse
Wa« Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
)u,ige or in his absence the paintings displayed in hi» »tndie.
tee«! Io do all that is claimed
Electric spite of the uproar and frantic efforts of our competitors our business
£dured in fic«h. hart difficulty in breathing
Bitter* will cure all diatMea of the Liver is constantly increasing. The people know that we sell only pure and
*rnJ‘'li Co..at Lafayette. Or..Mon
California fruit growers are shipping
and Kidbeeya will remove Pimples, Boil«.
3r‘1' IW Tl» R**«‘r O Tonin fruit east bv wav of Portland. Several and wa« unable to sleep. Fnally tried Dr.
Salt Rheum and other affectiona caused by reliable Drugs and Medicines and at prices as low as good goods can be
Lit, t a ",e’tea<l entry. No. 4566. for the large shipments have passed eastg»hrot^h Kinff'« New Discovery for < onsuinpion snd
found imme-listo relief, »nd after using
impure Wood,—Will drive Malaria from the sold.
’ W </**•
’* lx,t 1 N-®- M of
thousand» suffering from Asthma,' Cow. ay «tern and prevent aa well hr cure all Ma
». T 5. 8 R 3. W. He Portland during the last few ‘»ays. It about a half doten battles found h-m«» sumptioa.
Our stock of Hair and Cloth Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Comb», Per
lariu fevrew,—For cure of headache. Con
teetinn^J ,o‘**)wing witnesses to prove his
if u.ai ' rM,,1en<:c upon, and cultivation | do the same thing, they l«>ng several No other remedy can «how so »rand a . Acker’» English Remedy! It I» th« beat stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit fumery, Toilet Soaps, etc., a’int big enough to make much fuss about
WltoS. j kT“- Trun>an H Dowd, of , hundred miles nearerthe eastern'’■»**»• reoonf of cures s« Dr. King • New Itiscov- preparation known for all L»ng Tronbl«», ter«—Entire aatiafaction guaranteed, or but we know we can suit you when you come to see ns.
erv for Consumption
do just ■old oe a poaitiva guaraatoe at 10t, Wk money refunded — Price AOcte. and ll.OUTper
l«r P w1 i 0 • Oregon; Martin B. Fovr- with a little puah Oregon
ROGERS & TODD,
is claimed for it —Trial bottle free at
bottle at Rngerw A Todda Drug Store. (» >
Mrie.ii. u Fowler, A. P. Magness. »11 of i would take in the eastern market as what
Rogers * Todd's Drug Store
| Geo. W. Burt Druggist
[u3ical Instruments of All
McCall & Perkins,
eurisko market .
E. E. SELPH,
tartland and San Francisco,
Containing Over Twenty Thousand
Articles on Prominent People.
HENRY W. COPP,
I H. C. BEST, Artist.
House. Sign, and Ornamental Painter
Children Cry for
for Infant« and Children
Filling a Long Felt Want.
Grand Big Opening.
I have no Rents nor Clerk hire to pay.
w T Bt7„T
good if not better than California fruit.
City Drug Store.