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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1889)
AN EYE TO BUSINESS.
Dr. Gus Smith of this county, a former
democrat and candidate for coroner of
this county on that ticket, deserted the
party last year. For what? A little $1000
On. Copy, per year, in advance................. *2 00
OceCepy, six months in advac»
1 00 office as reservation doctor at the
Warm Spring Agency. What will he be
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville next campaign? A carpet bagger by
Oregon, as second-class matter.
HARDING 1 HEATH, Publishers.
T he A dvertising R ates of T he T ele
phone -R egister are liberal, taking in
'consideration the circulation. Single
inch. $1.00; each subsequent inch, $.75.
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
A ll C ommunications M ust B e S igned B y
the person who sends them, not for pub
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
de plume.” but for a guarantee "of good
faith. No publications will be published
unless so signed.
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J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted
at reasonable rates
Our facilities are
the best in Yamhill county and as good
as any in the state
A complete steam
plant insures quick work.
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A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or
the editorial or business departments, to
T he T i : lepiione -R e <; istei :. 'McMinnville.
sample C opies O f T he
ter will be mailed to
T elkthonk -R egis
any person in the
United States or Europe, who desires one,
free of charge
W e I nvite Y ou T o UoxuwgK* In k 'T ele
phone -R egister wifeM any‘’6the? puper
published in Yamhill county
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May Í0, 1889.
The Australian Election law has pass
ed both houses of the Legislature of Mis
souri. This law is thenearesttoa perfect
ballot. Oregon would do well to follow
the course of Missouri.
The great ball of New Y oi k city on
April 30th, given by the buntons of the
city, is now known by the press of the
United States as the Fish-ball, as Mr.
Stuyvesant Fish managed the affair.
Mr. Blaine’s colored messenger, who
referred to his lord's illness as a “serious
attack of plumbago,” builded better
than he knew. The reporter’s pencil is
mightier than the sword.— Examiner.
From April 1, 1889, Paris tiremen will
be provided with cylinders of oxygen un
der pressure, to be used for the prompt
relief of persons suffocating during fires.
The oxygen will be added to the regular
supply of medicines always at hand in
case of accidents.
In proportion to its population the city
of Portland, Maine, leads the world for
its number of Odd Fellows. One out of
every four of the citizens over twenty one
belongs to the order. The seven lodges
of the city have a fund of $149,615.74.
The Unity is the rieliest lodge, with $34,
430 in the treasury.
The Benton Leader has stopped it’s all-
to-home print and now apj>cars in a pat
ent outside. For Borne time past Editor
Pipes has been very caustic when allud
ing to a patent sheet. He better keep
still until he drojis. How is a patent,
anyhow ? We are glad to say that the
T elephose -R mhster has grown out of its
patent and it will stay out or bust.
Washington’s father died when the fu
ture president was twelve, Jefferson’s
when he was fourteen, Jackson's before
the boy was born, Madison’s when
he was a youth. Garfield’s when lie
was a mjre baby, Harrison the elder’s
before he had reached his majority, Ty
ler’s wh n he was thirteen, Johnson’s
when he was four years old, and Hayes’
and Cleveland’s when they were young
boys. The characters of nearly all -these
were modeled bv their mothers.
Corvallis must be a “Jim Crow” town
if it can not support a pai>er as well
edited as the Leader. When a town lets
as good a pa|>er as the Leader go to a pat
ent office for one side the town must be
loosing its grip. The energy in a town
can be Been by its support of the local
papers; if it will support them well, any
new business which is substantial and a
benefit to the town will be supported,
and the only means for outside people to
know this is through the local papers.
Moral: Support your local papers.
Corporal Tanner, commissioner of i>en-
sions, has rendered an important de
cision in (Kissing ui>oii the application of
John Webb, late private of Company D,
Indiana Cavalry, for increase of pensions
from $24 to $30 per month. Webb is re
ceiving the former late ot pension for
varicose veins of the left leg and asked
for an increase on the ground that total
disability of the foot now exists.
In granting the increase asked for the
commissioner says that in his opinion it
was not the intention ot congress, in us
ing the words “total disability,” to debar
claimants for iiensions from the benefits
of the act until a hand, foot, arm or leg
is a wc-rthless incumbrance, incapable of
motion and completely useless for any
purposes whatever. He says that total
disability shall be held to exist when the
affected member, by reason of wound,
injury or disease, is useless in perform
ing ordinary manual labor.
Consider the scene and the matchless
heroism and generosity of this Yankee
crew. Almost sure of instant death
themselves, they could see the Queen’s
ship fighting the hurricane and appreci
ate the gallantry of the effort with the
generous pleasure of true mariners. We
do not know in all of our naval records
any sound which makes a finer music up
on the ear than thecheerof theTrenton’s
men. It was distressed manhood greet
ing triumphant manhood, the doomed
saluting the saved. It was pluckier and
more human than any cry raised upon
the deck ofa victorious line-of-battle ship.
It can never lie forgotten, never must be
forgotten speaking of Americans. That
dauntless cheer to the Calliope was jhfl
expression of inuiiorUUeoanufff.
AN ENGLISH OPINION.
AYER S ( IIERRY PECTORAL is the
test of all cough cures. It allays inflamma
tion of the throat and speedily removes irri
tating mucus from the bronchial passages.
Mrs L. P. Cutler. 47 North Washington
sq.. New York City, says : ‘;Wlien I was a
girl of 17 I had a cough, with profuse night
sweats, and Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral cured
jne. I have recommended this preparation
in scores of similar cases.”
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
Southern Pacific Company s Lines
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE!
for Infants and Children.
“Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me.”
H. A. Aacnxn, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxlord SL, Brooklyn, N. Y.
CMtorla cures Colic. CoMtlp&tion,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea., Eructation.
Kilin Worms, gives sleep, and promotes <U-
WitEout injurious medication.
Portland and San Francisco
T he C bntaur C ompany , 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral,
California Express Train, linn Baity
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw.
Sold all by Druggists. Price $1; six bottles,
Inorai Passenger Daily, except Sunday.
Another marvelous discovery is report
ed at Philadelphia. Whether it is a fact
or fiction we do not know. It may be
genuine, and again some excellent people
may be mistaken. At any rate it is being
talked aliout, and we give such informa
tion regarding the matter as comes to
our hands from various resouic.es. The
device is called the Fales furnace. Mr.
Lorin Blodgett of l’liilladelpbia. a well
known writer, has been examining this
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It is clearly that
the air is burned, the oxygen of common
atmospliere constituting the fuel. There
can be no exhaustion of the supply of air
with its contained oxygen, and, as no ar
tificial blast, or other mechanical agency
is required to feed the air, it constitutes
a self created flame. It is only requisite
to check the supply of air so as to avoid
comulative effects, otherwise there would
clearly be a steadily increasing draft to
feed the flame and a degree of beat be
yond any capacity to apply.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Mail Train, Daily except Sunday.
—AND TO —
Cleanse the System Effectually,
— SO THAT —
HEALTH and STRENGTH
My stock of Clothing em
braces the Latest Styles and
GYARANTEED the Low
est Price of any ever bro’t
to this county.
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
S an F rancisco , C al .
L ochvillr , K v .
N ew Y ork , N. Y.
The Celebrated French Cure,
Is S old on
to cure any
form of nervous
disease, or any
disorder of the
gans of either
sex whether ar-
ising from the
excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium,
or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg
once, Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakeup
ness. Bearing down Pains in the Back, Seminal
Weakness-, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
al Emissions, Ixjucorrhoea, Dizziness, Weak Mem
ory, Loss of Power and Im potency, which if ne
glected often lead to premature old age and insan
ity. Price >1.00 a box, 6 boxes for 45.00 Sent by
mail on receipt of price.
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every 45.00
order, to refund the money if a Permanent
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
cured by A php . oditine . Circular free. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
western branch ,
Sold by Roger« & Todd, sole agents fo •
We are not ashamed to sell them; you will not be ashamed to buy
them. They Will be a Constant Satisfaction, because you got them at
such bargain prices. When in doubt where to trade, call on
There certainly is no better advertisement
for a stock of Clothing than i a PERFECT
FIT, and that is what I will Guarantee any
one who selects a suit from my stock, , krig
ing in price from 86. to 830. Come and ex
amine my Clothing and Hat Stock before
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Clothiers of Yamhill
We are Just Whooping them Out
O. O. HODSON
Has just received another carload of the JUST
Direct from the Factory. This is acknowled
ged to be
THE BEST ROOF NOW IN USE,
Prices Always Lower Than
As a reference, ask anv ot those who are using
THE GARRY IRON ROOITNC,
As I have put oti over 400 Squares in Yamhill
and Polk Counties.
I am prepared to
do Job work of all Kinds, from a
Tin Cup to the most
Eliihtinile Gahiinized Iron Cornice.
I Carry a Full Line of
VU.M.V Rule is to do the Best Work.
Best Goods at the Least Prices.
To Select From.
No Trouble to Show Goods,
Tailor Shop in Full Blast
O. O. HODSON.
THE (TTY STABLES,
SS-Finit clasv through pn-Rcnger and freight
line from Portland and ull pointa in the Wil
lamette valley to and from San Fianeiaco.
1 line Schedule (except Sundays),
leave Albany .1:30 pn> leave Yaquina 6:45 an
leave Uorvalli. 1:40 pm leav«C<>rvaUi*b>:35 aui
Arrive Yaqnfea5:J0 pm Ar -ive Albany 11 ;10 am
O. AC train, connectât Albany and Cor
Tlic above trains connect at Yaqrisa with
the Oregon llevelopement t’o'n. Line of Bteam.
skips between Yaqnina and Sun Fram iaco.
FROM Y AQUIN’A
Sunday. April 28th.
Monday, May 16tli.
Tuesday, May 14th.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Willamette Valley, Thursday, May 2<i.
Saturday, May 18lh
The company reserves the right to change
Railing dates without notice.
N. B.—PoHRengers from Portland and all Wil
amette Valley Points can make cloi*« connrc
tion with the train» of the Y aquina R oute at
Albany or Corvallis, and if destined to San
Francisco, should arrange to arrive at Yaqnina
the evening before date of sailing.
I have on display at the City Repository, McMINNVILLE. ORE
GON, a Fine Line of Carriages, Buggies, Etc.
Best Assortment Ever Brought to the City!
Will run between Portland and Corvallia an
follows* North botii.d leaves Corvallis, Mou-
dav, Wednesday and Friday, N a m.; leave«
Salem, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. 6 a.
m. South bound leaves Portland, Monday.
Wednesday and Friday, 6 a. m.; leaves Salem,
Tuesday, Thursday and Satuulay. 6 a. in.
Passenger and freight rates always the low
eat For infotmation. apply to MeaHra. HUL-
MAN A CO., Freight and Ticket Agent«, 200
and 202 Front street, Portland, Oregon; or to
C. C. HOGUE,
Acting Ceti'l. Frt.
Paas. Agt.. Oregon Pacific
R. R. Co , t’orval’ls, Oregon.
C. H. HASWELL, Jr.,
(icn’l. Frt. Pas». Agt., Oregon Development
Co., Montgomery street, San Francieco, Cal.
Having Purchased direct rrom the Factory, in the East, and having
them shipped to me direct in Car-load lots, I am pi epared to sell at
LIVING AND LET LIVE PRICES.
Orp Mwy ¡¡ hiptio Co.
Bring on Your Nimble Dollars,
By virtue and authority of an execution
and an order of sale duly"issued out of the
circuit court of the state of Oregon for
Yamhill county, on the 29th day of April.
A. D , 1889, upon a decree of foreclosure
duly rendered, enrolled and docketed in
the clerk’s office in said county on the 26th
of March, A D., 1889. in favor of J W
Ing’e, plaintitt, vs Jesse Yocum, Nettie V
Bucoy, W G Busby, John Dempsey, Kate
Demnsev, Geo Y Davis, Caroline Davis,
Elizabeth Yocum, Clara B Delashmutt,
Austin Yocum, Jesse Yocum, Ada Yocum,
Katie Yocum, Belle Yocum, James Yocum,
ElmiraYocum Branson. Geo Branson, Mary
Minerva Yocum Branson. 1 N Branson,
Nina Hendrix, Lyman M Noble, Nancy
Noble, Levi Zumalt, John Zumalf, kbra-
liam Zumalt. J P Zui lalt. O C Yocum. Ann
M Yocum, Thompk’ns Yocum Eliza J Yo
cum, and all the unknown heirs at law < i
Minerva Yocum, deceased, by name un
known heirs; W <’ Hembree. J J Butler, L
Bettman. Edgar Popplcton, J Prevo and D
B Prevo, nartn' is as Prevo Bros., Louisa
Yocum. Walter Yocum, Carrie Yocum,
Milton Yocum and Ellen Hall, defendants,
for the sum of four hundred and forty-five
forty-onc-hundrcdth dollars ($445 44-100)
at 8 per cent per annum, and six hundred
and six dollars ($606) at 10 per cent per an
num. and $50. attorney’s fee. and costs
taxed at $134.00, and to" me duly di:acted
and delivered. I did on the 2d day of May.
1889, (as by law provided) duly* seize and
levy upon the following described real
premises, described in said decree, to-wit:
Lots No. 87, <88, 89, 94, !» and 96. of the
town of Dayton, Yamhilll county, Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execu
SATURDAY. THE 1st DAY OF JUNE,
A. D , 1889,
at the hour of 11 o’clock, a. m., at the court
house door in McMinnville, in said county
and state, I will sell at public auction the
above described real premises of defendants
to the highest bidder for cash in hand to
satisfy said decree, costs and accruing costs.
Dated this 2d day of Mav, A. I).. 1889.
T j: HARRIS.
Sheriff of Yamhill County. Or.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANY'S STEAMSHIP LINE.
ISM. The Old Reliable McMinnville Pioneer Boot and Shoe Store. 1SS9.
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No charge made, on Sewing Rip on Goods
|_______________________________________________ bought of me
Opposite the Grange store.
1’, F. BROWNE
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
3d and B Sts., McMinnville, Oregon.
225 Mile» Shorter—20 hours less
time than by any other route.
WALLACE & TODD,
Portland.......... 4 50 pm McMninnville. 8 00 pm
MeMinnvile... 6 45 am I Portland.......... 9 00 pm
Through ticket« to all points South and £&«t
Ticket offices. No. 134, corner First and Aid
er streets, Portland, Oregon: corner F and Front
B. 11 ROi.ERS,
Ast G F A P Agt
A. J. APPERSON,
. ¿»Has seen its 20th birthday, I am thank-
lllll fu! to my Friends and Patrons for past
Hoping to merit a continuance
of the same. I will continue to sell BOOTS
and SHOES at prices that will convince the
public that it will pay them to call and ex
amine Goods and ascertain Prices before
That They Are THE
Portland.......... 7 30 a m MuMinnvi'Ie 10 13 am
McMinnville 1013 a ni Corvallis
. .12 25 p ni
Corvall.R ......... 1 30 p ni McMinnville.. 3 44 p in
McMinnville.. 3 52 p tn Portland........ 6 20 p m
At Albany and Corvallis connect with tisini
of Oregon Pacific.
Express Train, Daily ext opt Monday
You will feel rich when you see how much a little money will buy.
It is good news, because
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Between Portland and Corvallh.
That is deserving of more
than mere mention, and THE GOODS ARE CHEAP!
is one good reason. It won't make you feel
Why? Because, when style poor That
to look at our stock, as it does when you look at
and quality are to be found, goods with prices away up.
why select from odd sizes
or inferior goods?
THE GOODS ARE HIGH GRADE
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
We received the following letter from
the young lady who was punished by
her father some time ago. We will
accept the lady’s statement that she was
not punished uh hard as stated, but the (5
fact remains that a 17 year old young j
lady was punished by her father because !
she wore a bustle. A man who would I
punish a girl 17 years old for such a j
slight offense is no man in the highest j
sense of tlie word and we can't see how
he can do as lie ha« done and live up to
his religious belief.
Miss Andrus says:
MONEY 'N IT.
Willamina, Or., May 3, 1889.
Sir:—Please print the following in the '
In the loeal columns you will teo a McMinnville
T elephone -R egister :
clipping from the Albany Democrat
which states that a stock company is daughter who was, as the paper stated
being organized in that city with a capi last week, beaten by a brutal father.
tal of $50,000 for the erection of a fine, This statement was a mistake. It is true
that be punished me, but not as the paper
large hotel. The most apparent thing stated, lie has always been a kind ,
in- this city is the lack of accommoda father to me, and all who have known !
tions and it seems that our capitalists him for years back, will say that he has j
should sec this and organize a stock com always been a kind hearted man, a good
neighbor, and good to bis family. I do
pany and build a large hotel. There is not blame the editor for putting in the
money in it.
statement the way be did in gathering I
up items from different ones.
¿THE CITY MARKET,?
When we talk about one we talk about the other.
OUR LARGE STOCK of New Goods means Good
News to every buyer of GROCERIES in McMinnville
Grand Army Orders.
Wm. II. Barnum,ChairmanoilbeDem
-A.. T. ROWE de CO..
ocratic National Committee, died at Lime
Rock, Conn., Tuesday, April 30.
He had been confined to liia be 1 only-
Where Meats of all kinds can be pur
William II. Barnum was ls>rn in Con- chased
at a reasonable price
In the Braly
ne ticut on Septeml>er 17, 1818. He re Block, next door to Dielschneider’s
ceived only a cotnmon-Kbool education.
Notice of Final Settlement
Entering a business career while a bov he
amassed a fortune in the manufacture ot
Notice is hereby given that John E. Hub-
iron and car-wheels.
hard as administrator de bonis non of the
In 1852 Mr. Barnum was elected to the estate of Nathan Westfall. deceased, has
filed his filial account as such in the county
Legislature of Connecticut, and in 1807 be court of Yamhill county, Oregon, and said
was elected to the national House of Re|>- court has fixed ui>on
SATURDAY, JUNE 9tb. 1880.
r jsentatives. He served in that branch of
the hour of 1 o’clock p. in of said day at
Congress iroui 1807 to 1870, when he was at
the court bouse door at McMinnville, in
chosen to til! the vacancy in the Senate said county as the time and place for hear
ing the same
made by the death of O. S. Ferry, serving Therefore, all iiersons are liereb.- notified
until 1879. Iu 1880 Mr. Barnum became to appear a; said time and place and show
Chairmanof the National Democratic Ex cause, if any there be, why said account be
notallowed and said estate tinallv settled.
ecutive Committee, and retained the posi Dated May 7th, A. D., 1889
JOHN E HUBBARD.
tion till his death. To his leadership is at
tributed much of the success of the party F xntox i F kntox
May 10 13:17
Pullman Buffit sleepers,
For accommodation of Second Class passen
gers attached to express trains.
The S P Company's Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the East Side Di
vision from foot of F street.
I -HSHT ««TP
1 ”»< '•-rt-o.
The board of school directors will sit as
a l>oard of equalization at the Council
Chamber, Monday, May 13, 1889, from
10 o’clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p. m.
W m . G alloway ,
C has . G rissks .
W m . M c C hrisman .
H eadquakteks C usteb P ost N o . 9,(
McMinnville, May 6, 1889. I
General Order» No. 2.
I— A full attendance of cotnradee is re
quested at our next regular meeting,
Saturday, May 11th, lor the following
II— There will be a special election to
fill the vacancy in the office of ]>ost com
III— To make* arrangements for the
pio|>er observance of Memorial day.
IV— To encourage the efforts no*'be
ing made by the kind hearted ladies of
the city to organize a Relief corps.
V— And to assist in the muster of new
recruits. By command of
J. W. C oovert ,
Acting Post Commander.
J. C. C ooper , Post Adjutant.
Portland ..........S:0."> am Eugene...............2:40 pm
Eugene ............ 9:00 am|Portland.
A Western Wholesale House has recently added to
its regular business a special department which will
require services of capable men in various localities.
This firm makes no misleading promises of exorbitant
At the Baldwin locoirxAive woiiS.1
I’hiladelphfev ttaww afwltf course of con
struction four locomotives which are de
signed to run by soda, which lanes place
of tire under the boiler. The engines
are now neaily finished and will be
shipped within two weeks to Minneapo
lis, Minn., and are to be run on the
streets of that city, where steam engines
are forbidden. The engine is about 1G
leet long, entirely boxen in, with no visi
ble smokestack or pi|>es, as there is no
exhaust or refuse. The boiler is of cop
per, 81'.jinches in diameter and 15 feet
long, having lubes running through it as
in steam boilers. Inside the boiler will
be placed five tons of 8 )da, which, upon
being damped by a jet of steam, pro
duces an intense heat. In about six
hours the soda is thoroughly saturated,
when the action ceases. A stream of
siqxirlieated steam from a stationary
boiler is then forced through the soda,
which drives out the moisture and the
soda is ready ¡ore use again. The ex
haust steam from the cylinders is used
to saturate the soda and by this
means all refuse is used. These
engines are the first of their kind
that have been built in this country.
They will have the same power as those
used on the New York elevated roads.
Soda engine i are used in Berlin and other
European cities very successfully, and
they also traverse the St. Gothard tunnel
under the Alps, where the steam engines
c inuot be used, because the tunnel can
not be ventilated so as to carry off the
noxious gasses generated by a Iccomotive.
—S. F. Rurural Pres».
4:00 pm San Francisco. 7:45 in
San Francisco. 7:00 pin) Portland........ 10:45 am
“ CoU MB! A III V KN llOUTK.'
And see for yourself in regard to prices. Do not forget the place.
Opposite Grange Store. Cor. 4th and B Streets, McMinnville, Oregon.
TIPIZCTC to ®n<1 bom Principal pointa in the
I lurvL I 0
United States. Canada and Earope
C. D. JOHNSON.
Elegant Pullman Palace Cars.
Emigrant Sleeping Cm Kun Tlirongb
on Express Trains I«
FREE OF (¡It A HUB
Of all kinds of
From the best firms in the United States, at
F. ZIRKEL S TAILOR SHOP.
1 do my own Cutting, and Do Not Charge Profit« on the (foods.
Rent is low, and all that I ask is pay for my work. Goods will be tele-
graghed for, for persons who are in a hurry. I can GUARANT EE 'l ou
PRICES at least 10 PER CENT LOWER than any other tailor shop in
Pants, to order............................................ $ < 00 to $10 00
Suits, to order.................................
25 00 to 40 00
Clow connection, nt Portland for Han Fran-
cisco and Puget Sound pointa.
A 1 Iron Steamships leave Portland ami Fan
Fianci-.xi every four (4i days, mak
ing the trip in «*0 hours.
Cabin.................. f I <> 00 I Steerage
For further particulars inquire of any ai
of the Company or A L Max we GP A T
Call and see Samples at F. Zirkel's Shop, next to the Postoffice.
W. H HOLCOMB.
A. L. MAXWELL,
« F AT. A.
Have been purchasee by
Remember cuf Old Motto:
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
If so be sure and call for your tickets
UiciK Si Hsa Mi
It is positively the shortest ami lin
line to Chicago ami the east ami south and
the only sleeping and dining car through
Omaha, Kansas City, anti all MisstMiri
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed
train service ami elegant dining ami
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the
The Hoy al Lioute
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it
Our motto is “ahvavs on time ”
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets
via this celebrated route and take none
W II MEAD, G A
No, 4 Washington street, Bort land. Or
By virtue and authority of au execution
and order of sale duly issued out of the
court of the state of Oregon forYam-
E. R. Harrison, Chas Chaney and
hill county, on the 27tli day of April A D.,
1889, upon a decree of
duly rendered, enrolled and docketed in
the clerk’s office of said court, in said
Of Amity and i. now ready to receive
county, on the 30th day of March, A. D ,
1889. in favor of Robert" L Stowe, plaintiff,
and against Benjamin I) Perry, Sarah J
The ba: inesa will be conducted with the in Perry, J W Watts and J W McConnell, de- •
tention of pleasing everyone, and we ask »con fendants, for the sum of $400 and interest at ,
the rate of 10 per cent per annum from the
tinuance of the Public Patronage.
11th day <»f November, 1887, and $l<»o. at-;
torney’s fee. and costs taxed at $6.00. and !
Act «June 3, 1878. to me duly directed and delivered, I did on ;
the 1st day of May, A. 1).. 1S89, < as by law ,
Notice for Publication.
I directed ) duly levy upon the following de-1
scribed real property, described in said de
L and office , Oregon City, Or., I
March 8th, 1889.
Beginning at the southeast corner of a I
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of tract of land formerly owned by Wm L
June 3, D78, entitle 1 “An act for the sale of Toney and E A Toney, in the city of Me- |
timber lands in the states of Cnlifo: nia, Oregon, Minnville, Yamhill county, Oregon, and be
Nevada and Washington territory,” Elutcr Es- ing the southwest, corner of H A Tucker’s
pey, of Portland, county of Multnomah; state of land, and running thence west 60 feet;
Or, has this day tiled iu thi« office his sworn state thence north 200 feet; thence east60 feet;
ment No.4.*W,for the purchase of the nw .} of sec. thence south 200 feet to the place of begin
No- 10 in township No. 2 south, range No. 6 ning; all in the city of McMinnville, Yam
west, a cl will ofler proof to show that the land hill county, state of Oregon
sought is mere valuable for its timber or stone
Now, thcrefoie, by virtue of said execu
than for agricultural purposes, and to estab tion, on
lish his claim to said land before the Register
and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Ore SATURDAY. THE 1st DAY OF JUNE,
A. D., 1889,
gon. on Wednesday, Che 5th day of June, 1889.
lie names as witnesses:
W 8 Ranyan, W W at the hour of 10 o’clock, a. m.. at the court
city of McMinnville, in
Esp v, E Griggs aud M F Nessley. all of Port
said county and state. I will sell at public
land. Multnomah county, Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the auction the" above described real premises
above described lands are requested to tile th?ir to the highest bidder for cash in hand to
claims in this office cm or before said 5th day of satisfy said decree, costs and accruing costs.
Dated this 1st dav of Mav, A. I).. 1889.
T. J. HARRIS,
W. T. BURNEY,
Sheriff of Yamhill County. Or.
feta Pacfic feitaL
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Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
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First St., Cor Washington, Fortland, Or.
A D CHARLTON
Asst General Passenger Agent.