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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1888)
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WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND
ABOUT THE CITY.
KN ROUTE FOR YAQVINA.
IS "HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF?"
The weather feels frosty.
The hop pickers are expected back to- The Causes That Led to the War ot McMinnville Surprised l>y a Detachment A Superb Democratic Maga sine and the
WIST SIDE TELEPHONE One
of U. 8. Regulars.
1814 and the Chances For Another
Year for S3.3S.
Mr. A. H. Hodson anil family have re
Tuesday morning the people of Mc
turned from the coast.
Tliis paper maker the magnificent of
To those familiar with American his Minnville were surprised to find march
It is reported this morning that two
fer of Bellfords magazine of the United Have been remodeled and are now
Musical Instruments of All Frank Willis of Astoria is in the city. of frank Bynum’s children have the tory during the early part oi the present fantry and a batterv of light artillery. States and T he T elephone one year for
century up to the war of 1812, coming Upon inquiry by a T klbphonk reporter I $3.25 in advance. Come in and sub prepared to receive grain for grind
There will be a dance at Grange hall
ing. Grist grinding a specialty.
This issue of T he T elephone is late events “casting their shadows before” it was learned that Co’s E and II of the scribe at once
■rhe only house of its kind in the county
owing to the large amount of job work in respect to the fishery question Beems 14th infantry aud battery E of the 1st
Miss Cora Baker is clerking in F. W. on hand.
The McMinnville News Co.
to he following in the wake of “Free artillery from the Vancouver barracks
Redmond’s dry good store.
This office has moved into the build-
H. Rummel will hold an auction sale trade and sailois' rights,” which was had been ordered on a march to Yaquina
under tho command of Col. 8. MeCon-
. Mr. John Clark of Zena was in the of farm stock on his place Friday, Sept. the Yankee “shibbboleth” from the ihe. They had marched from Carlton ing south of tl.e Bralv block.
Flour, Rye flour, and Graham
21, 1888. Go to it.
To th. Ladies.
city the fore part of the week.
embargo of 1804 up to the declaration of and arrived here at 8:30. At this place
constantly on hand. All work is
A young son of Frank Bynum has war eight years thereafter on the 18th of they went into camp on the fairgrounds.
MissJEdilh Kelty of Lafayette was in
On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14 «nd warranted and I intend to gain the
contracted the small pox and is very-
The detachment expected to make Sher
the city Wednesday on a visit.
June, 1812. Among other burningques idan before going into camp but the wa 15, I will sell a complete line of the lat patronage of the public by square
sick. This is tho first new case.
Work on P. F. Browne's new build
Proprietors of the
tions was the disregard of naturalization gons needing repairs the commanding est patterns and novelties in fall milli dealing and good work.
Rev. G. F. Round, will preach in the
ing commenced Tuesday morning.
Mas. A. E. T vckeb .
M, E. churcn in this city next Sabbath, of British oorn subjects, who were im officer concluded to camp. The fair
F. H. KNUPPEL.
Little Roy Henderson, son of Watt morning and evening, also at McCabe's pressed from on board the American grounds were extended to them which
Aug 17 3tu
Henderson is sick with lung fever.
chapel in the afternoon.
ships, and it was even complained that cers below the rank of Col. are Lieut. P.
____ REDUCTION IN MEATS-------
We saw Bettman hard at work arrang
O. O. Hodson Las the contract for the they even impressed American native- Hasson, Lieut. C. H. Martin, Lieut. F.
Cider Mills at Martin 4 Sanders.
Be«t Beef 5 to 10 cents per pound Call ing a lot of new goods just received.
I galvanized iron cornice for the Pendle horns, among others, two alleged neph F. Eastman, Lieut. C. L. Best, Lieut. A.
.„d be convinced that the best quality of
Salem pumps for sale by Martin &
meats are always ou hand.
July 13 tf
Hon. Levi P. Mortan is a cousin of ished by March. Contract price $2500 ews of George Washington.
Kilbourne. During the afternoon of Sanders.
Mrs. John W. Cochran, of Vancouver.
aboard the cars at this place. Mr. Hod
Tuesday a number of people visited the
Use “Pioneer” Roast Coffee, at C.
ed against American rights, there were camp. The battery consisted of two Griesen’s.
School children, a slate and lead pen son will not put it up.
cil and penholder all for 5 cents at the
two antagonistic paper blockades in full Hotchkiss guns and flue pieces they are.
A large assortment of Lamps, at C.
quarterly meeting of the M. E. church force between tho British government After a look through the camp we con Griesen’s.
cluded we would rather run a Democrat
Logan Bros., & Henderson will run in this city Sept. 22 and 23. Preaching and the Emperor Napoleon—the British ic
Something new in the way of a potato
hacks to the stato fair which commences Saturday at 2:30 o’clock. Preaching “orders in council” subjecting to cap can county than enlist in the regular digger at Martin A Sanders.
Sunday at 11 o'clock, preceded by Love
Smoke “Young Ladies’ Cigar”, best
Feast and followed by the Sacrament of ture and confiscating all cargoes that army.
in town for 5 cento, at C. Griesen’s.
Miss Annie Dieiscnieder brought to Lord's Supper.
wore discovered trying to enter any port
THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.
this office two fine specimen of speckled
Sheridan, Oregon, trout.
The city marshal has found fault with in France and Germany or Italy,that was
July 13 tf
the item which appeared in T he T ele then occupied by French troops. To re Who the Senators and Representatives
E. L. E. White of East Portland, phone regarding the gamhiing during taliate, Napoleon, by bis “Berlin and
dropped in upon us Wednesday looking circus day. He says that the city or
Milan decree,” played off the same, but
fat and hearty.
Below will be found tho names of the Martin & Sanders Agto.
vHle, Ol’egOIl, 1111(1 that
dinance is defective and would not per
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
If you do not want your wheat to freeze
He also of proclamation blockade against the senators and represtatives who will
E. Ford’s bouse is nearly completed mit of arrests being made.
and will be a fine commodious resi stated that the fakirs had licenses from whole British coast, with neither the make up the next legislature. The out, put it in with a drill. The Superior T will efrvrn
V g I <1111 Wil
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO’S
the city council. We know of no city British nor Napoleon having a gun
dence when completed.
ordinance allowing gambling games to
F.ishop & Kay have received a large
W. J. Garrison left yesterday with bis be licensed. However the matter will afloat to enforce the decrees. This was those marked (D.) being Democrats:
invoice of trunks. They are now ready'
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
running horse for Salem. The horse
is be investigated and the ordinances pub “nuts” for the Yankees, who ran both
Senators—L T Barin, Oregon City, for the public to inspect. Call and see
not entered in any races.
blockades and took the chances of cap- Clackamas.
Will also furnish sacks on reason
T. E. Cauthorn, (D) Corvallis, Ben
which occasioned the impressment
M. V. Ensley has moved his bee fac-
List of Letters.
torv from the city building,
of British-born American sailors. These ton.
J C Carson, Portland, Multnomah.
will be put in immediately.
Geo Chandler (D) Baker City, Baker. the country at reasonable rates. For
Remaining in the postoffice at Mc outrages on American bottoms and citi
California Express trains run daily
further particulars call on Damon Saw
M L Chamberlin, Salem, Marion.
BETWEEN PORTLAND aud SAN
Browne and Frank Rowel), of Dallas
C A Cogswell (D) Lakeview, Lake.
called casus belli, if Napoleon had not
spent Sunday in this city.
Chas. W. Keller, the jeweler is now
S A Dawson Albany, Linn.
literally forced President Madison into
Bowers, Silas A 2 Bruce, Mrs Lizzie
San Fran'7:4 AM.
permanently located in the news stand
You are also notified that I have
J. B. Dituick, Hubbard, Marion.
declaring war against England under
Mrs. Wm. Galloway accompanied by
Camby, W M
Han Fran 6:30 I M. Portland 10:40 A M her mother left for the east Wednesday. Belt, Geo L
8 B Eaken, Eugene City, Lane.
ar.d is prepared to repair anything from erected, and will soon have in run-
threat of repudiating the Lousiana pur
Cameron, D C
a chronometer to a turnip. Call and see
J. C. Fullerton, Roseburg, Douglas.
chase made by Mr. Jefferson from him,
Local l’nssenger Dally. Except Sunday. They will be gon« two months.
him While in town.
nln8 °™er. bv September 1st, 1888.
Chambers, Miss E Fischer, Mr Win C and assuming French jurisdiction of that
J H D Gray, Astoria, Clatsop.
Several of our young ladies are deter Hovis, John 3
Huelat, Miss Emily territory which now includes six pres
Robert Cook the barber, has a very a ®na large
Mill near my
J H Hamilton (D) Hamilton, Grant.
Portland 8:00 A. M.IEugene.. 2:40 P M.
E T Hatch, McCcy, Polk.
neat shop and is
u good workman, warehouse, and that said mill will
ent American states The Republican
Eugene .0:00 A. M.IPorltond 3:45 P M. mined to be artists. They have perse McCuskev, James Newland Ed
Perkins, John S
verance and in time it will tell.
Chas. Hilton, Crown Rock, Gilliam
party of that period—afterward chris
When you want a good shave call around, be thoroughly furnished with the
Turner, Mrs A C
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
R A Irvine, (D) Albany, Linn.
tened Democrats in 1833—did not desire
(tf) latest improved Roller Mill ma-
Clark Braly and wife, Dr. Calbreath Rud, Miss E P
Rud, George N
TOURIST SLEEPERS for second class and
war for outrages upon “sailors’ rights”
daughter left Sanday for Trask. Stow, Nathan
Thousands of bushels of apples go to chinery, which is warranted to me
Passengers on all Express trains.
—nor neither did the Yankee sailors,
They intend to stay until Sunday.
waste in Yamhill county every year. .
• lr.nlrp in
The 0. 4 C. R. R. Ferry makes connection
for between the two paper blockades ah.
But this ysar Martin & Sanders are sell- ™ maKe as "ne Uour as 18 malle ,n
with all the regular trains on the East Side
Stilwell. J B
Mr. Flesher, while bawling straw
they had a “soft thing” all around. It
ing their Buckeye Cider Mills so cheap | the state.
Division from foot of F Street
Saturday, fell off the load and disloca
J W Norval, Summerville, Union.
Parties calling for the same will please is to be remembered just here, that in
that no one having an orchard can at-
~~ ;■ , ■
ted his right arm at the shoulder.
to be without one.
. Everybody wishmg to put in wheat to
West Side Division.
J. F. W isicarves .
do so free
BETWEEN PORTLAND* CORVALLIS.
Mrs. Carl Young and mother of Al
W. 1*. Johnson, the artist, who for the ofcnerge
Joseph Simon, Portland, Multnomah.
to have heen a secret clause in the bar
bina has been in the city during the past
i gain that the United States should de Geo A Steel, Portland, Multnomah.
JUSTICE COURT DOCKET-
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
week visaing friends and relatives.
A C Stanley, (Di Sains Valley, Jack- this eitv ard has given satisfaction every
clare war against Great Britian within
time, will be here September 10, 11, 12,
liberal pUll OliagC
Portland 7:30 A. M I Corvallis .12:25 P. M.
.. •. j
Thos Tongue, Hillsboro, Washington. and 13, during Fair week. His gallery .
term expired in 1808, when the limit of
Corvallis 1:30 P. MJ Portland 6:15 P.M. plied with the finest kind of edibles
R M Veateh, (D) Cottage Giove,Lane. is over Detmering's store. Cabinets IS SOllClteCl.
the purchase clause was up. There were
At Albany and Corvallis connect with finely cooked by a skilled negro cook.
J P Wager, (D) Pendleton, Umatilla. only $4.00 per. dozen. All other work
trains of the'Oregon Pacific R. R.
On Friday theca-e of Robbins vs Wil plenty of American grievances upon
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kay, Mr. and
at correspondingly low rates.
J4 _ L) ARNEKOFF
J W Watts, Lafayette. Yamhill.
Express Train Dally Except Sunday. Mrs. Joe Todd und JarretTodd returned
li« will come belore Judge
J K Wait, East Portland, Multnomah.
The Resources of Oregon.
from the Nestucca Sunday. A fine time. ding. It’s a civil action for money in pay A'ithout regard to "free trade and sailors’
Geo Watkins, The Dalles, Wasco.
Portland 4 :50 P. M.|McMinnville8:00P.M.
rights,” as the British paid no regard at
Representatives—J T Apperson, Ore
McMin’villeS:4.5A.M.¡Portland 9:00 A. M.
It is reported that Jack Cooper tlie ment of work aud labor performed. first to the Northern American boundry
All persona wanting a copy of the Re- _______________________
E. P. ROGERS,
person who stole the sheep from A. Me- Amount $197. Attorneys for plaintiff line claim, but took possession of what gon City, Clackamas.
Manager Asst.G. F A Pass. Agt Phillips was hung some time ago in Ida
ice« of Oregon can get one by calling
Wm Armstrong, Salem. Marion.
i are Fenton & Fenton, for defendent J. ly fired the American heart to fever
E H Belknap, Monroe, Benton.
at this office. If that is too much trouble
H J Bean, Pendleton, Umatilla.
A. Hirsch of Portland spent a week
Saturday the case of J. C. Taylor vs. heat.
J E Blundell, Canyonville, Douglass. | just write to us giving the name of the
The Madison administration did not
in the mountains accompanied by Mr. E. P. Branson will come up. It is a civil
JT Bowditcb, (D) Ashland, Jackson. person you want it sent to and enclose
Dielschnieder’s family. They returned action to recover money for medical ser take very ardently to that cause of war
two cents in postage and we will mail it
0. B. Crosno, Toledo, Benton.
vices performed. Amount $36. Attor lose the Louisiana! purchase, or fight | 8 W Condon, Eugene City, Lave.
for you. This is a valuable book and
IN BRALY’S BUILDING
Bliould bo distributed where it would do
A. H. Crook, Ellensburg, Croos.
Wm. Turner, son of T. A. Turner of neys for plaintiff McCain & Hurley, for France to bold the purchase. Madison’s
the most good. If you have a friend in
W R Derby, Lafayette, Yauihill.
administration accepted the least of the
Landscape and Flower Painting this city, is in this city on a visit. Mr. defender.t W. L. Bradshaw.
the east who would like to come to Ore-1 ~
R P Earhart, Portland, Multnomah.
Turner has been in Sprague for the last
three evils, and founded a delaration of
gon just send him a book and the chances I (jRADD EXSUI^SIOB EAST
Thoroughly and Rapidly Taught. two years.
T E Fell, Heppner, Moriow.
war upon“free trade and sailors’ rights,”
are that lie will come when he sees the
J J Fisher, Portland, Multnomah.
We learn from the Transcript that The Flnext Collection of Production« which broke up the Yankee bonanza of
great openings for energy in this great |
------- v IA
C G. Fisher, Dallas, Polk.
Miss Lovie Hendrick of Wheatland is
slate of Oregon. Come and get one be
E B Gambee, (D) Alba, Umatilla.
| huge disgust, which culminated into the
fore they are all gone.
TrRMs Six lessons for $5.00
T T Geer, Macleay, Marion.
Monday, on the 3:45 train, Chas. noted Hartford convention that nearly
of that place.
W B Gilbert, Portland, Multnomah.
Hovas Two till 5 p m
July 31 tf
terminated in a revolt of the Yankee
G. W. Gillham, Harnev, Grant.
Nuts Wisecarver is very sick with lung
states that had been foiled in their
Chas Goodnough, Island City, Union.
fever. He contracted the disease by finest collection of productions ever col blockade business.
At this office, 10 cords of wood on back
S R Harrington, East Portland, Mult
The same effect is now ripening into a
overheating himself while threshing lected in the state. They were all grown
subscription or front subscription. Bring
and then taking cold.
in Yamhill county and include all the
it in as soon as possible.
N C Haskell, Baker City, Baker.
iatory message because of discourtesy
8. C. Force is tearing down the front grain and grasses with over 50 different to American fishermen, backed by the
John Halin. Astoria, Clatsop.
of his building on Third street and will specimens of fruit. Each article has a same party that declared war in 1812 for
C J Howard, Kirbyville, Josephine.
build it out six feet, into the line of th a tag upon it giving its name, by who Yankee grievances, is "sailors’ rights”
W F Hume, Portland, Multnomah.
Notice is hereby given that the partner
grown, and the section of Yamhill coun of 1812 over again; and Gen. Butler's
street and put up a full front.
James A Hunter, Enterprise, Wallo ship heretofore existing between D. W. Mc
and J B, Perkins, known as the firm
Personal—the lady who left her purse was put to considerable expense to pro late proposition in a speech at Boston,
A C Jennings, Irving, Lane.
on the counter while trading at Burts, cure, arrange, and ship this beautiful to exclude every British flag from all
22nd National En-
T J Kirk, PenCteton, Umatilla.
may have it by applying to Geo. W. collection, and something should have American ports until reparation to the
the Grand Army
Yankee fiehermenwould certainly lead
Burt and describing contents.
THE ONLY NATIONAL STANDARD
Talmage will receipt for debts due said flrm I
done in the way of descriptive matter to
British declaration of war, unless the hill.
Wm. Martin has sold his hound Joe
E E Labrie, Wilbur, Douglas.
D. W. M c C all ,
to Mr. Williams of the Pauly Jail com east. But we should not cry over spill advance again upon Turkey, as also
Samuel Lyman, Woodburn, Marion.
J B PeaxiNS
pany for $50. This dog is said to be the ed milk. The Yamhill productions will stretch out for Inddia, may cause John
Wm M Ladd, Portland, Multnomah.
Dated, Aug. 31, 1H88.
be exhibited al) over the state of Mich Bull to acquiesce tor the time, the same
finest fox hound in the county.
J Myer^D) Scio, Linn.
igan. The first exhibition will be made
J W Maxwell, Netarts, Tillamook.
Mr. I. C. Cooper received a letter at the Lansing fair, which opens Octob as tlie Yankees did in 1812 when be us
E. O. McCoy, Grant, Wasco.
ed to rifle Yankee ships and impress the
from his wife Wednesday stating that er 24.
This remedy is becoming so well known
crews to man his navy. The only differ
she had arrived safely in Sarcoxie, Mo.,
so popular as to need no special men
R. A Miller, (D) Jacksonville, Jack- and
This standard work is the only and was having a good time.
WILL PLACE ON SALE
ence is that in 1812 there was money in
Pointers for Live Advertisers.
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
it for tlie Yankee, while the only coin son.
sing the same song of praise.—A purer
National Cyclopsedia of Biography George Briedwell, ex-county clerk has
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
the present instance would be cold
in this country, and worthy to rank purchased a farm and the warehouse Always patronize a stranger in prefer in
J B R Mor lock, (D) Brownsville,Linn. teed iodo all that Is claimed
lead for England and perhaps lose her a
with the great national works of its business at Briedwell station of his fath ence to home talent. He is likely IT] to “slice of Turkey” and perhaps some of J C Moore, Greenville, Washington. Bitters will cure nil diseases of the Liver
ROUND TRIP TICKETS,
and Kidheeys will remove Pimples. Boils.
H. P. Napton, (D) Vale, Malheur.
leave his money with you and can do India also.—Welcome.
kind in the Old World, now being er and will settle down to business.
Salt Rheum and other affections caused by
prepared in England, Germany and The Baldwin locomotive works has better for you than the man who resides
blood,—Will drive Malariafrom the
Peter Pacquet, Oregon City, Clacka impure
THE CONSPIRACY CASE.
system and prevent as well as cure all Ma
Belgium. No name eminent in lit just received an order trom the Northern with you.
—For cure of headache. Con
Pacific for eighty-two locomotives. The
A picture card on a wall is preferable
H B Parker, Astoria, Clatsop.
erature, art, music, science or in company
and O. H. Mclsaac In
stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit
has also ordered 1500 freight to a local or display ad. in a town paper. John D. Wilcox dicted.
Good to return to October 31st.
Thomas Paulsen, Gaiden Home, ters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
vention will be omt ted. Sold only cars.
One is alwavs in demand to hide the
n»ney refunded.—Price flOcts. and$1.0U'per
Thi» rate is open to everybody and this
bottle at Kogers A Todds Drug Store. (5)
Mrs. Ora Spencer sent to this office a wall while the other struggles for an ex
is the route selected by the OAR depart
On Friday of last week the grand jury
W. W. BECK, Agent.
novelty in the melon liue. It is called istence in telling all the news of the day.
F 8 Powell, Monmouth, Polk.
ments of California , Oregon and Washing
It is a safer and cheaper plan to pay found indiements, against John D. Wir-
Bucklen’fi Arnica Salve,
the Banana musk melon,
W K Price, (D) Tolo, Jackson.
ton Territory. Tourist» sleeping cars allot
a banana and is very finely flavored. an eastern roan for a snap ad. on sight, cox and C. H. Mclsaac. The indict
ed to all trains. Berths Free.
C E Rickers, Gardiner, Douglas.
as he is desinous of movtjgvn, than to ments accuse them ot varibly threaten
John H Robert, Myrtle Point, Coos.
For further particulars call on or address
The Best Salve in the world for Cut«,
let the local publisher edit thirty to
C\\ A and reliable Medicine« are the best
J L Roe, Summerville, Union.
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rhoum, A D CHARLTON, Assistant Passenger
VI VW to depend upon. Acker’s Blood El
R V Short, Wilsonville, Clackamas.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, No2 Wash, street, Portland. Oregon,
e . crime of the murder of Mary Scneller.
ixir has been prescribed for yean for all im ing tormerlv occupied by Mrs. Fellner to buy shoe leather.
E L Smith. Hood River, Wasco.
Chilblains, Corns, and «11 Skin Erupt
purities of the Blood. IneveryformofScrof-
J M Stafford, Eugene City, Lane.
ion«, and positively cures Piles, or no
ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial disease«, It Is ing her to call iu and settle at their earl nerant fakir, who is here to-day and off her. Miss Schneller is the young wo
J A Strowbridge, Portland, Multnom Pay required. It is guaranteed to give
the next, for cold coin and then drops man from Yambill county who died ah.
Invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equal iest convenience
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
some time ago in Mrs. Murry’s office
The school bouse at Baker City will around to the newspaper for a free local. from the effects of abortion, the details
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
J A Thomae, Arlington, Gilliam.
price 25 cento per box. Rogers&Todd.
D I* Thompson, Portland Multnomah.
not be ready until December
of which was published some time ago
building will cost |35,000.
J B Waldo, Salem, Marion.
in T he T elephone . Mrs. Murry baa
Judson Weed, Vernonia, Columbia.
Woods of this citv has been retained as cilities argue everything in his favor. married the second time and her name
Mr W. H Morgan, merchant, Lake
Castoria is recommended by physicians one of the teachers.
Monday the indict
City, Fla . was taken with a severe cold,
of spare time and it will be no trouble is now Blumauer
John Q Wilson, Salem, Marion.
or children teething It is a purely veget
ments were made public and Mr. Wil
Tlie O. A C. railroad will sell round to call again.
attended with a distressing cough and run-
able preparation, its ingredients are pub
A meritorious advertisement is double
lished around each bottle It is pleasant
ing into Consumption in its first stages
to the taste and absolutely harmless. It re
discounted by a fake. One can tell the
He tried many Recalled jiopnlar cough
lieves constipation regulates the bowels, for one fare for the round trip. Tickets truth while Annanias would take a back Hon. Richard Williams and Judge R
We are having beautiful weather now. remedies and steadily grew worse
quiets pain, cure» diarrncea and wind colic, good from Sept. 13th to 24th.
in fleeb, had difficulty in breathing
Have Lad no rain for more than a
seat for the other—the fakir.
allays feverishness, destroys worms, and
Free trade in advertising is the popu raigned, snd Mr. Williams asked for month, but the weather has not been and was unsble to sleep. Fnally tried Dr.
F. H Knnppel ot the Happy
prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
King's New Discovery for Cansumpion snd
Always one day to plead and was granted until warm. We do not have much warm found
Sives it refeshiug and natural sleep. C**- mills offers $5 tor the best loaf of hread lar idea irrespective of party
immediate relief, and after usinc
Wednesday. C. H. Mclsaac did not
>ria is the children's panacea—the nv>*b made from tia flour. To be exhibited deal with the stranger who knows when appear, which fact created a great deal weather on the coast.
about a half dozen bottles found himself
ers’ friend. 35 doses, 35 cents.
at the countv fair.
The floor can be
There has been many pleasure seek well and bas had no return of th« disease
Never under any circumstance« ques of unfavorable comment toward the
No other remedy can show so grand a
bought of Al. Hussey for $1 per sack.
ers here during the last few weeks, they record
ot cures, as Dr. King's New Discov
tion the veracity of a party who has just prosecution.
ery for Consumption guaranteed to do just
Children. They are es-
dropped in from the east or elsewheie.
claimed for It —Trial bottle free at
S j VK vtkz penally liable to sudden
His word is as good as bis bond.
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, has returned. He has finally decided to
By no means think seriously of it, as A Farm Hand Borrow« a Hors« Intending pure fresh breeze from the sea during Rogers 4 Todd’s Drug Store
the warm part of the dav for seven days
etc. — We guarantee Acker’s English locate in Moscow and will take his fam an*ad"inVbiTl or poster knocks the;
to EMurn It Nast Year.
in the week. Quite a large number have
Remedy a positive cure.
It “V* ily there in the corns* of a month or so. i , spot«
spots off a newspaper «ought
camped at Cape Kiwandi this summer,
Rev W Jordan has returned from his
hours of anxious vratehing.
He has improvedin
Albert Williams is the name of a remained several weeks, and gone away
Oeo. W.Burt, Druggist.
well pleased and benefltted.
It is a
health and hopes to occupy his pulpit
young fellow about 19 years of age who pleasant place for camping and they
regularlv hereafter. Subjects for next
M jba , W asco Co , Or.. Sept. 9, ’8fi
need not want for anything for man or
I Sabbath morning:
I thiDk a few line« from this »ection of Butler near Bellevue. Saturday night beast. Shell fiih and sea fish are in
The two men who were wrested at the country will be acceptable to some the vonuq man quit the employ ot Mr. i bills.
the fair grounds for assault with mtent of the readers of T hs T blephosz . The Butler and Sunday morning one of his
to kill were bound over. Chas. Hadley harvest is almost over and the teams horse« «as missing
He immediately ! | Salmon fishing is in full blast now. :
' though the run of salmon has not been
in the sum of $600, furnished. Henry have started on their long journey to
began a search which resulted in tracing verv pro|ifit ,0 far
Fine rooms in the College build-
Tripp the bov who did the shoot ingin
stolen horse to I ortland. Mr. But- . *wo weei»a
BOOT AND SHOE I ing for young ladies as well as for
the sum of $2,000. not furnished. Ti ipp haul the grain to market a distance of the
I 26 miles. The yield of gram is better ler reported the loss> at ponce head- flghermen. They are gettmg good prices ’
¡•in the county jail.
quarter, and Old
than ever known before in some
~ tteth.^jv.r7 rw: | I tor tneir saimon now. .* Mr.
r ’ rank
One ot the prettiest sights in town is : and in all is above the average. Mr. H —
son to behsve
horse wm ......
in the I. jgce guccee4e^ ¡n capturing forty ot the
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the fine collection of house plants which
onM for Yesterday's run, though
•Kx WvgW •J.V.V. ™ ran be seen on the veranda of the J otm Hennagen'»crop, sixty acres, averaged city thee, Monday. About an hour af-
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36 bnshels and 22 poands to the acre. ter a polu-eman saw «horse tied to a that ah<>v. u,e aveRge p,, a .ingle
«¿cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob wort This wheat was «11 spring sown «’’am. post in front of « barber shop that an-,
*10’ a term ' in Academic Depart-
Boot her st band. It is the ealf
P Mrs. Wortman has the finest var- and was sown on land that the people of svered the description given. In the
iCRIdC I naent 18. a term ; in Primary De
thedicine yet made that will remote«« “t‘ee and the largest collection of house
barber shop he found Williams in the 1-----
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■ Yamhill would declare veqr jxror.
infantile disorders. It contains •* Op»«*
partment 16. a term.
> chair being shaeed. He arrested the
For Sa k A t
er VerpAtne, but riven the child tatoral plants in the city.
young man and lelumed him to this
The Willamette Valley Bee-Keepers
** fro^ pain. Prioe 2« cent«, fold by a M;.
Term begins Sept. Sth.
will meet at tbe Salem fair
i county for horse stealing. The young BioMP^^lo.b^:.nh wufii HAMNETT’S BRICKYARD
Oeo. W. Burt, druggist
thief informed the officers that he only >
19 at 3 o’clock. All
Excellent advantage« in Music.
mm interested in bee-keeping are invi-
An experienced teacher would like a borrowed the horse, intending to return vhme «ystem, tod thoroughly builds wp the jnwt aeroM t|)e Yamhill bridge Sold at
fiend for Catalogue, T G. Raowssoi«,
situation to teach a school to begin im i it next year. The young man ha« bere- enwUlaUoa. Bsmember, w« gaaautas n. Bedrock Price«
l tofore been well thought ot.
Geo W Bur* druggist.
mediately Inquire at thi« office
M C. B YorNO. Soo'y
Ctd Paid fcr Hye, Buckwheat^arley
McCall A Perkins,
etoisko market .
E. E. SELPH,
You are hereby no
tified that I have thor
oughly overhauled and
warehouse at McMinn
Portlaud and San Francisco,
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