The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, August 24, 1888, Image 3

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whereon it exists he shall report the
THE
same to tho council at its next meeting,
together with a description of the nui­
the ground upon which the same
LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND
A Crazy Correspondent to the Ill and About the Places of sance.
exists, the owner or owners of such prop­
Examiner
ABOUT THE CITY.
erly together with bis estimate of the
Prominent Citizens in the
—AND—
cost of fill or drain. Thereupon if the
MILLS
council adopt such report, they shall by
City of McMinnville.
TELLS A DI RNED LIE.
Musical Instruments of All
ordinance declare the same a nuisance, Have been remodeled and are now
NOTICE.
and they shall thereupon direct the street
Kinds.
The following was telegraphed to the ARE NUISANCES I NDER ORDINANCE commissioner to let the contract for prepared to receive grain for grind­
1 his paper will move into new quarters
NUMBER 54,
San Francisco Examiner irom Salem. It
The ouly bouse of its Jciml in the county
unthettrst ot September. Our otMce will
making such fill or drain in tho manner ing. Grist grinding a specialty.
then
be
first
door
south
ot
the
Hraly
block.
provided in the charter and ordinances
shows
how
much
care
is
taken
by
the
The MeMinnvill? News Co.
And the Owners of Froj erty " ho Maintain for letting street work, and the estimated
During the last year business has Increas­
great newspapers of this country to find
M„v
THIRD STREET.
them
are
Liable
it»
a
Fine.
ed so that more room Is required. Call
cost thereof shall be entered in the
18:4
reliable correspondents. We give the
and see us ONE DOOR SOUTH OF THE
Docket of City Laws as a lein against
article j«st as it appeared in the Exam­
BRALY BLOCK.
Tuesday afternoon while strolling i such property in like manner and with
Flour, Rye flour, and Graham
iner of Sunday:
along south E street we noticed some- like effect as a lein for street improve­ constantly on hand. All work is
Sugar is on the decline again.
FLEEING FROM SMALLPOX.
I ment.
thing shine through ono of the cracks in
warranted and I intend to gain the
SECTION VIII.
The mountains look hazv, the result
Upon examination we
— Proprietors of the
Con.ternatl.n C.uird by the Develop­ the sidewalk
of fire.
If any person or persons shall violate patronage of the public by square
ment of a Case In Oregon.
found a filthier mess of dishwater, etc., , any of the provisions of this ordinance dealing and good work.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wright left Mon­
than could be found in a cess pool. The he
I or they shall be deemed guilty ot a
F. H. KNUPPEL.
day for tho east.
Salem (Or.), August 18 —There is great owners oi the properly undoubtedly do misdemeanor
and upon conviction there­
i
Aug 17 3tn
------ REDUCTION IN MEATS-------
( aptain Vanalstine packed up and left
beiore
the
recorder
shall
be
punished
consternation At McMinnville, Or , over a not know that such a state of affairs exist of
'
Best Beef 5 to 10 cents per pound. Call Tuesday for Seattle.
by
a
fine
of
not
less
than
five
dollars
nor
well-defined case of smallpox discovered or they would not allow it. If they do ,
and be convinced that the best quality of
that twenty-five dollars or be im­
People are still going to the coast.
there. A young man named Tell, in com­ know it they should be promptly jerked more
meats are always on hand.
July 13 tf Oregon
j
prisoned
in the city jail not less than five
for an easy life.
pany with a stranger, who had just arrived
up before the Recorder ami fined. This i nor more than twenty da)s, and in all
after
recovering
from
an
attactof
smallpox,
Miss Sylvia Simpson of Salem is visit­
cases of conviction the costs of the case,
went on a drinking spree of several days’ cesspool begins just to the south of tho ‘ together with the costa of abating the
ing Mr. and Mrs.A. L, Logan.
duration. Alter Tell was taken sick he kept Cook house and extends to tho corner of , nuisance, shall be taxed against tho de­
E. Branson son of Eli Branson is suf­
going around town for two days, and a hun­ E and 4th street ami is immediately in |
fendant.
JSTOT-A-TiY PUBLIC.
dred people were thereby exposed. There
fering from a partial sunstroke
is great excitement in ttie place and many front of the property owned by Mrs. D.
LOAN,
MORE RACERS.
A case of Leprosy has been discovered
people are preparing to leave town to avoid M. Hayden and occupied by A. J. Smith
INSURANCE,
in Chicago. It has been isolated.
the infection. The patient has been place'll
T.
H.
Tongue,
of Hillsboro Intends to
TRANSFER and
ill an improvised pesthouse under the care and tho property owned by O. H. Adams. ■
A young child of G. E. Johnson, of
Bring His Eutire Stable of Fine
of the man from whom he contracted tlie This is the result of ditches under the
COLLECTION AGENT,
Lafayette, died Monday morning-
disease
Trotters to Train on thia
sidew alks which cannot be cleaned out
Sheridan, Oregon,
Track.
A larger lie was never told by a news­
Samuel
Randall
although
still
confined
July 13 tf
paper correspondent and it has got to be unless the planking is taken up. This
to his bed, continues to improve slowly.
large to say that of it. In the first place filthy mess is not of the swoet scented
T. if. Tougue, of Hillsboro, who owns
Mr. Parker’s family and Mr. Matthieu
we will admit that there is a case of kind and is the birtli place of some of some
,
of the best blood in the elate will
and family left Sunday morning for Nes-
“Why don’t you run a paper like small pox iu town and it is the Bmall-pox
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
our worst cases of typhoid fever. be
; here the latter part of this week with
tucca.
that?
”
a
gorcervman
said
to
a
reporter
to.
The
lie
begins
in
the
head
line
VIA
The tenants are not aware of | his entire stable of trotters and train on
the other day, throwing out a Chicago
“Uncle” Jimny Green an old pioneer daily. “For the same reason that you “Fleeing from Small-pox.” No one has
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO'S and
Yamhill county fair associations
this
or we are sure they would remedy the
I
the
city
on
this
account
and
the
peo-
left
resident of Lafayette died Friday, don’t run a grocery store like that,” the
He will train in company with
iile of this city feel safe in remaining at it. They think that the water and slop track.
j
LINES.
August 17th.
the reporter replied, turning to an ad- tome because it is not thought that
Chas. Wood the well known trainer.
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
Will Easterbrook and Miss Nettie veitisement ef a Chicago house showing another case will appear. There is no runs away but it does not and stagnates Among Mr. Tongue’s horses are Fred
|
Henderson returned from Portland Mon­ a twelve-story building. The grocery­ consternation The man’s name is not beneath the sidewalks. This should be Hambleton.
Planter, Van Tromp, Tem­
Time between
day morning.
man looked attentively at the picture a Tell, but Bynum. He did not go on a looked into and we advise the city pleton,
McGregor, and seyeral fine year­ Will also furnish sacks on reason­
I
moment and said: “I never looked at it spree of several days duration with a authorities to do it before it becomes a lings
and two-year-olds.
Portland and San Francisco,
'
Sells brothers have advertised the in that wav before.”—Ex.
able terms.
39 Hours,
stranger just recoveriug from tha disease. stench in the nostrils of every passer by.
county, and don't forget to come in to
Buyers
Dictionery.
California Express trains run daily
After taken sick be did not expose over
the show to-day.
A GOOD IDEA.
BETWEEN PORTLAND ami SAN
100 people for the simple reason that the Several bad pieces of sidewalk were no­
A very beautiful tribute was paid Gen­
FRANCISCO.
case wns immediately pionounced small­ ticed around the town which will cause
Prizes
Offered
to
the
Finest
Looking
Cider Mills at Martin & Sanders.
ABBIVE.
eral Sheridan in the last "Puck” entitled
LEAVE.
pox and he was strictly quarantined with the city some expense if a person should
Babies-
—
Two
Offered
to
the
Most
Portland 4:001<M. San Fran’ 7:1 A. M. “Sheridan’s Last Ride.”
all the exposed persons. There is no ex­ break a leg through them. The city or­
Go to Martin & Sanders for your hard­
Popular Young Ladies in Yam­
San Fran’6:30 P M. Portland 10:10 A M
You are also notified that I have
citement at all the people are not in the
ware.
16:18
F. W. Collard is building a very neat
hill County.
dinances
have
never
been
published
and
least afraid And he is not being cared
Local Passenger Daily« Except Sunday. boat for the fall fishing on the Columbia.
erected, and will soon have in run­
Salem
pumps
for
sale
by
Martin
&
for by the man from whom he caught the we will publish City Ordinance No. 54,
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
It is a Clinker double ender.
ning order, by September 1st, 1888,
Rogers & Todd the drug firm offers disease, but by a skilled nurse who has
for the benefit of our readers. From Sauders.
Portland 8:00 A. M.I Eugene... 2:40 P M.
to
the
most
popular
young
lady
iu
Yam
­
Gus Gant and T. M. Fields have leased
had ttie disease and is attended by a time to tjqje as we notice the citizens of
Eugene . .9:00 A. M.lPorltand. 3:45 P M.
Avery fine Natural Leaf Tea 30 cts. a fine large Grist Mill near my
the dining room of the Cook house and hill county a fine plush dressing case medical man who has had a large experi­
per lb., at C. Griesen’s.
16:18 warehouse, and that said mill will
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
will serve the best of meals
ence in small-pox. It is reported around tlris place allowing things to go on in di- 1 Something new in the way of a potato be thoroughly furnished with the
worth
$8.00.
E.
B.
Fellows
the
furni
­
TOURIST SLEEPERS for second class
adjoining counties that eight cases rect violation to city ordinance, wo will digger at Murtin & Sanders.
latest improved Roller Mill ma­
Tinkman & Wolf of Portland have the ture man offers a fine $4 00 sewing chair the
Passengers oil all Express trains.
have broken out.It is now 15 days since publish the ordinance pertaining to the
contract
for
furnishing
3
iron
cells
for
The O. <t C. R. R. Ferry makes connection
to the second most popular young lady, the case appeared and no one as yet lias particular thing and if you will save them
Martin & Sanders have a good line of chinery, which is warranted to me
witli all the regular trains on the East Side the Polk county jail. Price $2800.
oils which they are selling at to make as fine flour as is make in
votes to be cast at the Yamhill county taken it, not even the persons confined you will in time have the whole city machine
j bottom prices.
Division from loot of F Street
16:18 the state.
Grain is good throughout the country fair. No charge for voting. The boys in the house with th* case. The second­
laws,
for
wo
think
Hint
it
will
require
and the yield per acre is enormous. This must stir themselves and electioneer for ary fever lias began to appear and it is
Wast Stile Division.
If
you
want
a
wagon
get
a
Fish
Bros.
Everybody wishing to put in wheat to
BETWEEN PORTLAND & CORVALLIS. county is the beau ideal of farmland.
their best girl friend. E. B. Fellows also the opinion that he will get well. This their publication.
Tubular Axle. Warranted not to break, be ) ground for family use Can do so free
small-pox scare in the city is without
Mail Train.
ORDINANCE NO. 54.
I. C. Moser, the horse trainer, left Fri­ offers to the finest baby under 1 year old foundation. The health officers have
Martin «& Sanders Agts.
of charge,
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
day for Salem where he will train his a nice ehair with table, the price of had the place under strict quarantine for TO PBOV1DE EOR THE TKEVENTION AND RE­
If you do not want your wheat to freeze
LEAVE.
ABBIVE.
horses preparatory to the State fair races. which is $2.50. I*. F. Brown the shoe the last two weeks and it is the opinion
MOVAL OF NUISANCES, AND TO PUNISH
' out, put it in with a drill. The Superior
Portland 7:30 A. M I Corvallis .12:25 P. M.
man offers a fine pair of baby shoes and
is the best, for sale by Martin A Sanders.
Corvallis 1:30 P. MJ Portland 6:1ft P. M.
The travel to the beach has been un­ S. A. Manning comes in on the third of medical men that no one has been ex­
THOSE WHO ALLOW OR MAINTAIN
At Albany and Corvallis connect with usually large this summer. Several prize with a marvel in tin, a rattle. The posed except a very few, four persons
Damon Sawyer’s fine wagonette is
THEM.
trains of the Oregon Pacific R. R.
ready to carry passengers to all parts of
thousand people are said to be at Ilwaca. complete list of babies competing for the in all, and they are in quarantine.
Express Train Dally Except Sunday.
country at reasonable rates. For
The people of the city of McMinnville the
l
wandered from home .
Wm. Martin lias a very fine full blood­ prizes will be published in T he T ele ­
arnekoff
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
furthor particulars call on Damon Saw­
do ordain as follows :
Portland 4:50 I’. M.IMcMinnville8:OOP.M. ed English setter dog. Win. prides him­ phone .
yer.
Im
SECTION I.
McMin’villeft:45A.)I.¡Portland 9:00 A M. self for owning two of the best dogs in
M c M innville real estate co .
Chas. W. Keller, the jewoler is now
R. KOEHLER,
E. P. ROGERS.
the state.
No person shall expose or offer for permanently
i
located in the news stand
Manager Asst.G. F. & Pass. Agt
sale, or sell any spoiled or tainted meat, and is prepared
S. A. Manning has tlie contract lor the Organized and Is a Permanent Institu­
to repair anything from
Mrs. Altmyer an old lady 72 years old fish, fruits or vegetables within the cor- '
tin and iron work on the school house.
chronometer to a turnip. Call and see
tion for the Benefit of Yambill
porate limits of the city of McMinnville. a him
living
near
Mr.
Fendall
’
s
place
on
the
Children Cry for
He estimates 75 squares of tin. Contract
while in town.
County.
SECTION n.
price $635.
upper Willamina, left home Saturday
Robert Cook the barber, has a very
Pitcher’s Castorio.'
No person or persons shall cast or
,• ■ A look ii into Barnekoff’« flour mill will
We call your attention to the “ad” of afternoon to pick hazel nuts. She did | leave or keep in or adjoining any streot, neat shop and is a good workman.
When you want a good shave call around.
./ astonish y< •ou. It is full of men and ma- the McMinnville Real Estate Company not return at night and after wating for
IN BRALY'S BUILDING
(tf)
z chinery. ’ The men are putting the ma­
some time the alarm was given aid lane, alley square or public place, or in 15 cents.
any
yard,
lot,
block
or
premises
within
which appears in this issue. This com­ threshing crews and neighbors turned
Thousands of bushels of apples go to
Landscape and Flower Painting chinery up.
the
corporate
limits
of
the
city
of
Mc
­
pany is formed by the business men of out to hunt her up. She was somewhat
waste in Yamhill county every year.
Thoroughly and Rapidly Taught- McVicker of Tillamook, formerly of this city and is wholly a McMinnville demented at times. After a search for Minnville, any boncB, putrid, unsound, But this year Martin & Sanders are sell­
Lafayette, has the contract for the Tilla­
unwholesome
or
refuse
beef
or
meat
ot
rabd Excursion ast
mook county jail. Contract price $3300. institution and it has come to stay Its 5 days, or until Wednesday at 5 o’clock any animal, whether salted or other­ ing their Buckeye Cider Mills so cheap
p. ni., she was found about 11^ miles
that no one having an orchard can af­
One iron cell.
purpose is to create a desire for people from home being on the ground near a wise, or the whole or any part of any ford to bo without one.
----- VIA------
T erms --Six lessons for $5.00
Thursday, week, a large pile of sacked to immigrate to Yamhill county, and the small stream, unconcious. She was dead animal, fish or uny stagnant or im­
W. 1’. Johnson, the artist, who for the
pure
water,
or
any
unsound,
putrid
or
upbuilding
of
McMinnville
and,
if
the
H ours —Two till 5 p ni
July 2Ltf
grain caught fire near Perrydale and was
taken homo and is now in a precarious
unwholesome substance, or ttie offal, last four or fivo months has been visiting
burned. Further particulars have not business men of this city will cooperate condition.
garbage
or the offensive pait of any ani­ this city and has given satisfaction every
it
will
not
be
long
before
the
increase
I
been learned.
time, will be here September 10, 11, 12,
mal or animnls.
will be noticed and general prosperity
An Indian Relic.
and 13, during Fair week. His gallery
“Judge” the Republican cartoon paper will reign. Hoping that the farmers ol
section in.
A and reliable Medicinen are the best
is over Dotmering’s store. Cabinets
vJVKX to depend upon. Acker’s Blood El- prints the the portraits of Mrs. Harrison thie county will farther their chances oi
W. W. Eider, of Stayton, has in his
No person or persons shall permit, or only $4.00 per. dozen. All other work
ixirhssbeen prescribed for years for allim- and Mrs Mortan. They are both very selling their land by placing it in our possession a stone mortar and pestle re­ suffer to accumulate, in or upon any lot, at
correspondingly low rates.
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puritiesoftheBlood. In every form of Scrof­ handsome.
hands, we remain,
yard, place or premises, or upon any
F enton & H eath , Managers. cently found fourteen feet under ground street or sidewalk adjacent to or abutting
ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
DOG LOST.
The New York Sun estimates that $20-
Invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equaL 000,000 are expended during a presiden­ Office in T elephone building.
while excavating along the rail bod of upon any lot, block, place or premises,
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
the O. I*, railroad near Stayton. The owned or occupied by him or them oi
J. II. Nelson has lost a very fine red
tial campaign, consequently it is “no
FINE TEACHES.
mortar is about eight inches across on for which he or they mav be agent or Irish setter, lie left home about three
poor man’s country..’
the inside and six inches deep; the pes­ agents within the corporate limits of the weeks ago. Ho is ft months old. Re-
Will Logan goes to Davlon regularly
To attend the 2‘2nd National En­
MOTHERS !
The Finest Peaches In the World are tle is about eight inches long. It is an city of McMinnville, any stagnant.or im­ turn and set suitable reward.
Sundays
and
comes
back
some
time
in
Grown in Yamhill Count}.,
old Indian relic, and there is no account­ pure water, refuse vegetables, decayed
■Castoria is recommended by physicians
campment of the Grand Army
An Election Wager.
or decaying substances, garbage or filth
for children teething It is a purely veget­ the night, noboby knows when and is
ing for its being where found
of the Republic.
able preparation, its ingredients are pub­ sleepy all the next day. Why is it?
of any kind, nor suffer such yard, lot,
Wednesday morning Mr, M. B. Hen
lished around each bottle It is pleasant
The Resources of Orogon.
place or premises to bo or remain in
John Burnett offers the following beta:
Clyde
Apperson
left
for
Portland
Fri
­
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•to the taste and absolutely harmless. It re­ day where he will work in the Merchants drick brought into this city a load of
such condition as to cause or create a First—$100 that Cleveland and Thurman
lieves constipation regulates the bowels,
Ail persons wanting a copy of the Re- noisome or offensive smell or atmos­ carry New York. Second—$100 that
■quiets pain, cures diarrhoea and wind colic, bank for several weeks in order to allow peaches of the Early Crawford variety
xllays feverishness, destroys worms and the clerks of that institution a vacation. which were grown on his farm near eoui ccs of Oregon can get one by calling phere, or thereby to be, become, cause, Cleveland and Thurman are elected.
or creato a nuisance. Provided ttiat no
’prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
The weather has been extraordinary Wheatland, lie presented this paper at this office. If that is too much trouble person shall be prosecuted for a viola­ Toird—$50 to $100 that Cleveland and
gives it refeshing and natural sleep. \as-
with
a
basket
and
they
w
ere
the
finest
toria is the children’s panacea the moth - hot during the past week. Thethemom- peaches we have tasted for a long time. just write to us giving the name of the tion of this section, unless such violation Thurman carry Indinnna ; money in the
WILL PLACE ON SALE
eter standing on the average about 92 in
ers’ friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
person you want it sent to and enclose shall continue for twenty-four hours after Benton County bank.—Benton Leader.
the shade during the hottest part of Mr. Hendrick will have 200 bushels this
he
or
they
have
received
the
notice
pro-
NOTICE.
year and they sell for $2.00 per bushel. two cents in postage and we will mail it vided in section 6 of this ordinance.
the day.
His orchard lias been bearing for the last for you. This is a valuable book and
th» Children. They are ss-
SECTION IV.
Mr. Andy Baker has potato vines that seven or eight years. It seems as if it should be distributed where it would do
Having closed out my butcher busi­
SSCbVrVz peclally liable to sudden
ROUNDTRIPTICKETS,
take
the
cake.
He
brought
aiound
for
would pay for more of our industrious tlae most good. If you have a friend iu
No person who is the owner or occu­ ness in this city, I request all parties
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Co«?h,
our
inspection
a
vine
over
8
feet
long.
the
east
who
would
like
to
come
to
Ore
­
pant ut, or agent of any house, store, knowing themselves indebted to me, to
farmers to plant peach orchards. The
We guarantee Acker s English
gon just send him a book and the chances building or premises within the corporate call at once and settle.
fruit always brings good prices.
r smedv a positive cure. T-It saves Potatoes will grow in Y'amhill county.
are that he will come when ho sees the limitB of the city of McMinnville Oregon
L. C. T riplett .
hot'« °f anxious washing. < Sold hy
W* are in receipt of a “Comp” to the
great openings for energy in this great to which a privy belongs or appertains,
KICKED BI A HORSE.
Mechanics fair which opens October 27.
Geo. W.Burt, Drnggist.
Wanted.
Good to return to October 31et.
state
ol
<
iregon.
Come
and
get
one
be
­
shall use or keep the same in such a
This institution is ttie best of the kind on
condition as to cause a noisome or offen­
This rate is open to everybody and this
the Pacific coast. It is well managed Mr. J. W. Garrison Kicked by Lancer D. fore they are all gone.
At this office, 10 cords of wood on back is the route selected by the GAR depart­
sive smell so as to become a nuisance.
and Two Rib, Broken.
and a credit to Oregon.
The Santiam Mines.
subscription or front subscription, Bring ments of California , Oregon and Washing­
SECTION V.
Soother at h*»d. It is the only Bate
ton Territory. Tourists sleeping cars allot-
Where oh where is the large amount
Friday morning while Mr. J. \\ . Gar­
It shall be unlawful for any person or it in as soon as possible.
ed to all trains. Berths Free.
medicine yet made ‘hat ’J1!1
Tiie Santiam river mines are attract­
of advertising which was to be done in
persons
to
construct
or
cause
to
be
con
­
rison
was
attending
to
hie
racer
Larcer
infantila
disordiiv.
H
7
For further particulars call on or address
the West Shore. It has not yet appear­
infantile disorders-
Electric Bitters.
the ehild valural ed, or possibly the little advertising is it. D. the horse suddenly turned and plant­ ing a great deal oi attraction just now, structed, or used any privy or cesspool
A D CHARLTON, Assistant Passenger
or Morphine, but
and a large number of miners from Cal­ under the sidewalks in front ot or adjoin­
This
remedy
¡8
besoming
so
well
known
No2
Wash, street, Portland, Oregon,
2ft
coots.
Sold
by
eaee from pain.
If it is, it is no good and costly.
ed both hoofs in the small of his back. ifornia are going in to prospect for the ing any property owned or occupied by and so popular as to need no special men­
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
tion.
All
who
have
used
Electric
Bittere
Mr J. Wisecarver will move into the Mr. Garrison was knocked insensible precious metals which are supposed to him or them. And every day which
house which he lately purchased from aiiu'iuvwio
such peieon or persons shall use or per­ sirg the same song of praise.—A purer
and doctors immediately —
sent
u for.
1 *
be hidden away there. Some of them are mit to be used such privy or cesspool, medicine does not exist and it is guaran­
D.
H.
Turner
as
soon
as
it
is
overhauled.
Calbreth
reports
two
ribs
broken
and
teed to do all that Is claimed
Electric
Notice fol- Publication.
J. F. Wisecarver his son, will move into DC
severe
internal injuries.
horse is s talking of opening an assay office in Al­ alter receiving the notice for in section 6 Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
’CIV saaw»
j--------- Tho
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the house vacated by him.
young stallion and is as mean as a horse bany, to save ttie trouble, delay and ex­ of this ordinance, shall bo deemed a new and Kidlieeys will remove Pimples, Boils.
L and O ffice afrOregon
abOregon City. Or
Or., r
Salt Rlieuni and other affections caused by
July Otll. 1888 )
The old loR cabin which wae occupied can be. Two years ago he kicked an old pense incurred in shipping ore to Salt and separate offense.
impure blood,—Will drive Malaria from the
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the horse show, He needs Lake City and other distant points for
SECTION VI.
bv John W. Maker, while mining in man "during
system and prevent as well as cure all Ma­
Notice is hereby given thatlhc
Mr.
Garrison
is
testing.
A
report
has
been
circulated
some
severe
training.
'**
Whenever
ttie
marshal
shall
be
in
­
fevres,—For cure of headache, Con­
named settler has tiledI notice of his inten­ Sierra county, California, from 18o0to
some doubts are that some Portland parties have jumped formed of the existence of any nuisance laria
severely
injured
anil
stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit­
I860
was
put
up
at
auction
in
■
an
Fran
tion to make final proof in
’!."
the
claim
«f
the
Albany
Mining
Com-
to’ his .recovery.
Wm.
Mr.
ters
—
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
cisco, but as not over $2500 was bid font, held as to
claim, and that said proof will be 1 i-
prohibited
by
sections
3,
4
and
5
of
this
a
.
i----------- .]
-
Tompkins
charge --
of the
XUIUpniMO has
narv..«.,«-
--- horse and fany, and have set to work to develop it. ordinance, he shall immediately make, money refunded.—Price SOcts. and ILO/per
fore the county judge or in lu V ’ ‘n T ops
f
the
report
is
true
it
confirms
the
gen
­
bottle
at
Rogers
A
Todds
Drug
Store,
(o)
clerk of Yamhill Co .at Lafayette, on Tues it was not sold
he will bring him to time if anybody
or cause to be made, an examination of
day. August 21st. 1888. viz: rruman H.
•‘Unide” Andy Shuck found two bee can.
eral
belief
that
there
is
considerable
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the yard, lot, place or premises on which
Dowd, homestead entry, No 4>!’•’
, trees while on Nest-.icca. From one of
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
faith in th« mines of that locality, and it is charged that such nuisance is suffer­
8 E, W of N.W «of lots I. 9. 10 of '' -V them 'ie took out over one hundred
THE OSWEGO IRON WORKS.
the Albany company have no fears of the ed or permitted, and if a nuisance ie
T. 5 8 R 3 W. He names the follow mg pounds of fine honey and ‘here is more
outcome, as they have a good title to the found to exist thereon, or to oxist in or
Tho Best Salve in the world for Cute,
witnesses to prove his continuous resit ence
upon, and cultivatisn of. said ’ami. vz in the tree which lie could not get owing j An Important Enterprise-- Between four claim and are willing that others slioiiId I upon any street, gutter or sidewalk ad­ Bruises. Sores, Ulceia. Salt Rhoum,
anti five Hundred Men will be
do tlie work if they can reap tho bene­ jacent to or abutting upon said yard, lot, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap|>ed Hands,
Roger D. Tompkins, of Wheatland. I •• to the bees being to ferocions.
Employed.
fits.—Albany Herald.
Or ; Martin B Fowler. Wheatland . I H j
Joe Putman has tl.e best record so far,
i placo or premises, unless it shall be Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt­
Fowler. Wheatland. A. J.
Yin
for the best threshing. He hre,'bIe,,.^
necessary in order to abate such nuisance ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
A Communication.
W neatland
itu-r
The
iron
works
at
Oswego
ar«
nearly
bushel«
one
day
last
week
for
J
R
Hen
I to fill up or drain the property on which Pay required. It is guaranteed to give
W T. B i rnev , Register.
deraon Ttie grain waa cleaned fine and completed and will be in running order
the same is situated. He shall forthwith perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
JXshafact.on. The machine .a a . „J|
3f.
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i To tho Editor of the T ei F.PHONE.
or cause to be given, to either the price 25 cents pér box. RogersATodd.
pear Sir.— Will you allow me to say a give
Notice for Publication
ineh Advance and is well managed as sis
... in about three wees. n tonnecu
owner, agent or occupant ot such yard,
I with
the smelters, . app , ia ,
wor(ji ¡n y0Ur paper about McMinn- lot, place or premises or to all of them,
Worth Knowing.
W M'NIIWILLE COLLEGE M
wpn bv the extraordinary run.
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■ i
s . ,
'('has Talmage gave to ua a curioeitv ' pnt in for the making of large iron pipe, | ville college? The coming year has i a notice to remove or abate such nui­
L and O ffice at Oregon City Or.. •
Mr|
W.
H
Morgan,
merchant,
Lake
July 6th, 1888 ■
sance. And if such nuisance shall not
ir the potato line. It was a potato vine The entire workR will give employment
every prospect of being the best year in be removed or abated within twenty-tour City, Fia . was taken with a severe cold, Classical Conrsc,
Notice is hereby given that the fp!10''"'“’’ with tw.ntv or thirtv e®“1’
to
nearly
500
men.
At
present
there
are
attended with a distressing cough and run-
named settler ha. filed notice <>f h slide - growing on ihe vine the largesti Some
potato
of forty-five men employed in the minee the
‘ history of the college. Many of the 1 hours after such notice, ttie marsh >1 ing into Consumption in its first stages
Scientific Conrse,
tion to make tinal proof in «unport
‘,
I
old
students
will
return,
and
many
new
I
shall
cause
the
person
or
persons
so
no-
claim, and that said proof will be made be ¡’eimg ’had ‘a^eadvlpreutad8 andUwere digging out ore, and 100 employedin the ones are making inquiries about the col- ‘!fled lo h? arrested and brought before Retried many socalled popular cough
Normal Come,
remedies aud steadily grew worse. Was
fore the countv judge or in his absen
construction of the works. The company ,
.
,, the recorder tor trial, and if be or they
in flesh, had difficulty in breathing
clerk of Yamhill Co. at t.rini-tte. H M i prepared to produce a good crop.
lege
The
cmirses
of .Judy education.
are well , be |WnvictedF th. ln,rB|,ai .hall causi reduced
Business Come,
The
k"tas
d
eMhw
l
itha
Ct
ca
i
padty
*of*
Scor
’
d«
ad'apted
to
give
an
excellent
and
was
unable
to
sleep.
Fimlly
tried
Dr.
day. Sept. Ard. 188S. viz : R >;er _D. Ion
The run for salmon is i<»t commenc-
kind, homestead entry, N”. -M*« J*,
j ina in a livelv manner at 1 a i nna. The
-
kilns each ^^^Vbave been Spec.al attention is called to the busi- tbe said nuisance to lie removed and he King's New Discovery for Consumpion «nd
Fine
rooms
in
the
College build­
, shall be and he ia hereby authorized to . found immediate relief, and after using
Txrts 1 & 2 of Pec. 26. .* Lot I >
will be used in ness course, and to the normal course. remove any obstructions that it may be j about a half dozen bottles found liiruselt ing for young ladies as well as for
8.W. H of Sec. 23. T. 5. 8 K 3. W He
! erected. The
---- charcoal The
ore will be ’ Young men can receive an excellent pre- necessary to remove in order to reach well and has had no return of tho disease young men.
names the following witnesses b> pro'e ms
the smelting of ore.
No other remedy can show so grand a
continuous residence upon, and cultijati
smelted bv a hot air blast the tempera­ j paration for business, or for teaching. and remove or abate such nuisance. record
cures, «s Dr. King's New Discov­ ----- BOARD 12.50 A WEEK.
of. said land, viz.: Truiuan H Dowd or
ture of which will be from 400 to 600 de- Young women have always proved them­ The expense of the removal of any nui­ ery for of
Consumption guaranteed to do just
Wheatland. I’ O . Oregon; Martin B. row
selves tli« equal of their brothers in the
Tuition; Collegiate Department
ler. P. H. Fowler. A. P Magness, all or 12’„ cents per pound.—Albany ner»n 2re<-s Farenheit. This process saves an classroom. McMinnville is one of th* sance by the marshal shall be paid by what ia claimed for it —Trial hottie free at
immense quantity of fuel. The hot air
the city in the first instance, but the ' Rogers A Todd's Drug Store
(4)
$10. a term; in Academic Depart­ *
Wheatland.
W T Rcitw. Reg.
best
towns
in
the
state
for
a
college
to
ret
a
rnrf
‘
f
,
r
om
a
a
d
trip°^
n
roMl<
East-
and
gasses
from
the
fumate«
are
used
same
shall
be
taxed
as
part
of
th«
cost«
,
(July 13:17.
ment $8. a term ; in Primary De­
' tor generating the steam which is used be located in. It has good society, and in such cause, and be recovered by the I
partment Ifi. a term.
for furnishing the motive power ,n ‘hft ' living is reasonable. Students have a ! city from the owner, agent <y occupant
te warranted, ia becana« It la th« I m M
works It Is the intention of the com- i good chance to rent rooms and keep 1 notified as herein before provided,
house.
We
hope
to
see
many
students
Term begins Sept. 5th.
Ifural standpoint, hut think it has pan v to add rolling mills to their already
Blood Preparation known. It will p«ai-
SECTION VII.
tively cure all Blood Dises«««, purifl«« the
thousands suffering from Asthma, 5”°'
HXtensive plant, as the ore at Oswego from among the readers of ttie T elk -
Whenever
the
marshal
shall
find
that
J
rao*B.
whole system, and thoroughly builds np tho Excellent advantages in Music.
contains but very little phosphorous,
sumption, Coughs, etc.* Did you •’•’'J
Yours truly, T. <». B bowmsom , preai- ! it is necessary in order to abate any nui­ constitution. Remember, we guasantee it.
l and*, ’ery easHy workeJ on that ac­
Mef, English Remedy? It i«»1'»
Send for f’atalogue. T O.
sance
to
fill
up
or
drain
the
ground
,
dent
McMinnville
college.
Geo. W Burt, druggist,
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
is
count
I
■old ob a positive guarantee at 10*.. oOO.
Geo. W Burt Druggist
BOOKS! STATIONERY!!
MUSIC
McCall &0 Perkins,
EURISKO MARKET.
E. E. SELPH,
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Notice the McMinnville college “ad"
in this issue.
Mrs. E. E. Cooper is visiting her son
J. C. Cooper of this city.
J. Perkins A Son have bought the
butcher business of I,. C. Triplett.
The guild of the St. James Episcopal
church will be suspended till further no­
tice. By order of the president.
The McMinnville Real Estate Com­
pany has now under its control, about
8000 acres of the best farming land in
\ anthill county. A number of citv lots
for sale also.
J. M. Day, of Lenox, Iowa, is in the
city looking around before settling in
this vicinity. Mr. Day is a bright push­
inn young man and is heartily welcomed.
Farmers having farms to rent can rent
them soonor by placing them in the
hands of the McMinnville Real Estate
Company. Thia company is daily in re­
ceipt of enquiries regarding farms to
rent.
W. F. Carson, Travelling Passenger
Agent for the Northern Pacific R. R. was
in the city on Monday looking after the
interests of his road. The excursion
from hero to Columbus seems to be cre­
ating a stir amongst the roads to see
which one gets it.
The fruit-drying establishment at
Salem turns out three car-loads of fruit
per day, for which a ready market is met
with. This is paying well for the pro­
prietors of the concern and we see no
reason why a fruit-drver could not be
made to pay in Yamhill county.
A SALEM FOOL.
FILTHY PLACES
IIAPfl VALLE!
Farmers Attention!
You are hereby no-
ified that I have thor­
oughly overhauled and
repaired my large
warehouse at McMinn
ville, Oregon, and that
I will store grain on
reasonable terms.
'[Hui BJ
A liberal patronage
s solicited.
F. B
Proprietor.
NEW ART STUDIO
G. A. R
H C. BEST, Artist.
G
E
NORTHERN
PACIFIC R. R.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
N. P. B. R
September 3, 4, and 5,
FOR $80.
Caw'X.