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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1889)
A SUDDEN DEATtt.
ON THE NARROW-ESCAPE.
old ties mest any time, run down to old
man Fairgrave’s place and swap them
off for beer, but tbe engineer and fire
man didn’t have a chance to pick np any
more ties than they needed to burn un
der the boiler. So'one day the engineer
ran the locomotive off the rails into Sim
Hyde’s potatoe field and swore he’d stay
there with it until the company paid him
something on account. That tied up the
whole system, and the last I knew the j
engineer was camping in the cab in the
potatoe field. You’d better wait until
you hear that traffic lias been resumed
over the Narrow-Escape.”
A WIRE WATER-WITCH.
[This correspondence was received Fri
day morning of last week, too late for pnb
lication — E ditor ]
The Milton Eagle tells the following
Friday, May 10, 1889.
Friday. Mr. Barnekoff of this city ac- i The entries for the trotting race to be
At the present writing it looks like
The following from the San Francisco
about the way water is found by Messrs. rain.
Monday afternoon, A. H. Ilodson of companied by Mr F. B. Converse, agent held at the tiack May 16th have closed Examiner of April ¿5th is well worth
this city, while in the shop at the . ear of the Westinghouse Electrical Co., can- and the following horses have entered:
THE MARKET REPORT.
A great many of our citizens went to
reading. It hits the Yamhill people in
of his hardware store, suddenly expired.
imenting on Eureka Flat:
Portland last Tuesday to attend the cen
This market report is corrected lhurs- Medical men were called in but nothing vassed the town for electric lights and
THREE MINUTE RACE.
the right spot and they can appreciate it:
day noon of each week by A. J. Apperson could be done. They declared that death received enough signers for lights to sav
C. Braly—Grey gelding, Dust, Bired by
“If you ever go up to Oregon,” said
with a steel wire rod grasped in his
was caused by heart disease.
A Dr. Stewart, late of Seattle, lias lo
that the plant Would be established. Hainbletonian Mambrino.
hands. On each end of this rod were cated here. He will move into one of
Mr. Hodson has been a resident of Friday night a special meeting of the
S. A. Manning—Bay gelding, Baby
. . » cental I 1 30 to 1 32S
this city for a number of years and has Council was called and Mr. Converse Ino, sired by Hanibletonian Mambrino. urday, “you don’t want to miss a trip
...... W bushel 30 to
two copper-wire handles, one for each Daniel Johnson’s honscs.
ton 20 00 to 22 50
been engaged in the hardware busines told them his business in the town and
J. F. Caibreatli—Bay gelding, Jeff, over the Narrow-Escape railway that
hand, and the rod itself was composed of
Taylor Morris and M. C. Rudder have
.. y sack 30
with his son O. O. Hodson. He was gave them pointers, as it were, on the best sired bv Altamont.
various kinds ot wire twisted around the taken a trip over to Tillamook to see
runs from an indefinite point outside of
m ’ mixxvillz market .
formerly a resident of Muncie, Indiana. methods of lighting the city. The coun
This race will be best 3 in 5 and will Portland to wherever night overtakes
Our Happy Homes.
main piece. The shape of the rod was how they are booming things by the
to I 5 00
He was well known by a large number
V dozen $
no doubt be interesting. The owners
something like a letter “U,” the two
to 800 of people throughout the state and stood cil appointed a committee of two consist will drive.
the train. A man who likes exaitement
[This is tlie essay by Miss Nellie Coffman ends forming the handles and the bow sounding sea.
... til dozen
and adventure would enjoy the ride. lack of space was not published last week. turned upward. Speeding along in the
Ain’t we going to have too much rain
3:30 race .
16 high in the estimation of them all.
lighting. Monday the committee
The funeral was held Wednesday with electric
buggy, Mr. Watson held firmly to the for the crojis? Some of the farmers
This race is tlie race of the meeting The road has been in the hands of a re —E ditor .]
Clear sides i p lb.
8 masonic rites, and was attended by a and came to the con<-lusion that the city and it is expected that at least two days ceiver for some years, and has fallen in One hundred years ago to day George handles of Ins rod until the first four think grain is going to be so tall that it
large number of people
He had been
be fairly well lighted by 35 ^-can ■will be taken no in getting tlie horses to a state of picturesque decay. No two Washington, the first president elected miles were passed over, when suddenly can not stand.
expecting for some time past to be taken could
the rod began to turn, not in a straight
, . fin 10 pd pails .
dlepower lights. Mr. BarnekoffwiH buy under the wire. It is best 3 in 5. The rails on the entire system are on the
The old saving, “rain on Easter Sun
Lar'* )In 5 gallon tins .
by the people, upon the balcony of old direction but diagonally with the rod in day, rain seven Sundays in succession,”
the plant, from the Westinghouse Co. entries are:
His death was sudden and painless. and
B. F. Coulter—Black gelding, Big Bet:. same level, and there is an absence of Federal hall, in New York city, took the a twisted manner. The team was di did not hold good here, as it failed to
be the proprietor of th<) plant. He
Butter, Creamery. V roll
Geo, Bryan—Sorrel gelding, Baldv, straight lines and regularity that gives a oath of office under the first constitu- rected in obedience to Mr. Watson’s di rain last Sunday.
30 McMinnville looses one of her best citi intends to put in a large engine and
Butter, dull, fresh V roll
rections and verv soon the rod bent
boiler at his mill in order to furnish pow sired by Kisber.
charming variety and waviness to the tional form of • government
A gentleman and family have moved
Dr. S. A. Young—Sorrel mare, Patty,
er for the lights and mill at the same
Dried apples, dull, s' pd.
to guarantee water at no great here from Spokane Falls to take advan
sired by Pathfinder.
Dried plums, dull, s' pd'.
8 the funeral.
tage of the schooling facilities which is
Dried prunes, dull. V pd.
D. M. Kirby—Bay gelding, Prince practical theory that the rails should be day our lovely banner unfurled, danced , depth
informs us that the plant will be
. the spot on which
. they t soon to be offeree! here
A short sketch of his life is appended. agent
Drledpeaches.dult. V fl
Hamilton, sired by Hainbletonian M-.itn- supported by the ties does not .find favor in tbe breeze under the blue sky and the I
¡t sack ----
ASA HERVEY HODSON.
possibly, but not later than the first of brino.
Dr. Wells, who was ap|K>inted as phy
with the section men on the Narrow-Es stars, and I rejoice to think its ample some of which the rod refused to turn
Sugars, declined % cent 11, 12, and 13
C. Braithwaite—Bay gelding, Jo-Jo,
Asa Hervey Hodson was born in August.
folds spread over the humblest citizen, and on others it would quickly bend sician at the Warm Springs Indian reser
Founds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs.
Clinton Co., Ohio, Oct. 1, 1830, and died
125; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents
where mannood is not only a condition
vation by President Cleveland, lias re
Sunday School Convention.
Dr. E. E; Goucher—Brown mate, Dol •"by the' spike-heads, but for tbe sake of of citizenship, but manhood alone per not turn over stagnant or seepage water, signed that position and will locate here
IKiund; coal 6il. very firm, 04 $2.75 IP case; in McMinnville, Or., May 6, 1889. His
ly, sired by Hainbletonian Mambrino.
salt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton, early youth was spent in the laliors inci
variety an occasional tie is permitted to mits its possessor to have his equal share
to practice his profession.
The Fourth Annual Convention of the
and is very firm
Geo. Olds—Bay mare, Dolly, sired bv touch the road bed, which is largely in the control of the government.
rents exist. He states that a number of
dent to farm life and his education was
Dr. G. H. Smith, a late c.,ndi-i <te on
Oregon State Sunday School Association Hainbletonian Mambrino.
his wells along the Noithern Pacific
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
T. A. Turner—Bay gelding, Geo. Ham composed of loose cobbles.
his native state, lie enjoying but a few will be held in the Presbyterian church,
man clothed in rags stands upon an were discovered w hile riding on a pas the democratic ticket for coroner of this
“Talk about riding horseback for ex equality with the one wearing purple. senger train at 30 to 49 miles per hour. county, flotqied over to the reigning
terms of high school instruction. In Corvallis, commencing at 2 o’clock p. m. ilton, sired by Hamhlctonian Mambrino.
John Morgan—Sorrel mare, Lottie, ercise! It doesn’t compare with rail I love it because the hut (politically) is
Mr. Watson has obtained $16,000 pa; ty and as a reward has been ap|s>int-
1852 he removed with his parents to on Tuesday, June 4th and closing at 12 m.
of contracts from prominent ed physician at “ ¿Vann Springs Indi-
Rush County, Indiana, and learning tbe
Cass Triplett—Sorrel mare, Maud T., roading -over the Narrow-Escape. You love it because it hearsthe faintest cry of farmers on the flat, among them being an reservation.
he followed it as on Thursday, June, 6, 1889. While this
Gus Gaunt is sick with a severe bil- tinners trade,
get a greater variety and amount of mo
is a mass convention, and all interested sired by Hainbletonian Mambrino.
journeyman for a few years.
its humblest citizens. I love it because | Messrs. Upton, Laman, Woodworth,
Damon Sawyer—Bay gelding, Fritz tion to the mile than you get anywhere the timid girl who startles at the rattle of Moorehead, Henry Thompson, Welch, and
He was married to Miss Marguerette in the work are most earnestly and cor
Born to the wife of T. W. Spencer, on M. Hogan of Clinton, Co., Ohio, Feb. 14, dially invited to be present, yet, to insure Hamilton, sired by Hainbletonian Mam- else in |he world, except on the back of the leaf has but to give the alarm and Bardbury, l'ainter and others. To many E Lewis and
April 30, 1889, a boy.
1856 and returning to Indiana after a few
millions of swords aud bayonets flash
. In addition to the above races there of a camel with a peg leg. Sometimes,
lons per day or no pay for his w ork or ex attend the Evangelic
The City Market is running and has a yearB settled in Muncie where be engaged state are requested to select two or more will be a race for saddle horses, entries when the track is a little too wavy, they and gleam in the air, aud if need be vast penses. H<*ent for his machinery plant has lieen in session there
armies meet in mortal combat, until
fine display of meats.
The centennial of Washington's Ibaii
many years. He came to Oregon in 1879 to us fiom Corvallis that the friends of to close Saturday. Purse, $25; entrance run the train off the rails and take a Liberty, rebaptized in blood, proclaims and work will commence in a few weeks,
Good fresh Bread, Rolls, Doughnuts, and setled in McMinnville in 1880. where the work there will open their homes fee, 10 per eent of purse. The race to be Bhort cut over the prairie for a quarter of she is safe within the fold. I love it be and tlie efficiency of his divining rod will guration was rlulv observed here as a
l’ies and Cakes at the Bakery.
he was engaged in the hardware and and hearts and take, care of all who may *4 mile and repeat.
cause the poor man can take bis son up soon be known, although it has proved holiduv. The houses were decorated
Tlie races will begin at 1 o’clock sliatp. a mile or so, aud then run back ujion the on his knee and say: “My son, all the an unfailing servant a< many points w ith the national flag, the liella rang out
attend the Convention. That they may
Born.—To the wife of E. Manning on tinning business until his death.
tlie joyous peals of a free jieople, and ap
He was made a mason in Dublin (Ind.) know who are to be entertained, all those
avenues of distinction are open to you. along the Northern route. ■
Thursday, May 2, 1889, H bov.
tlie grade-. When they come to a trestle, Yea! On your brow may fall the civic
propriate ceremonies were held in tlie
Lodge U. D., Feb. 3,|1855, and afterward expecting to be present wilt confer a favor
DEEDS RECORDED. ’
Go to G. 8. Wright, dentist, Braly attained to the highest degrees of Ancient by sending tlieir. nameR to Prof. W. E.
A great many of our citizens
New buildings going up.
and there are Several high, spider-legged wreath. Yea! If you but have a clear
block, McMinnville, for first-class work. Craft Masonry. He served many years Yates, Corvallis that places may be
to Portland to witness the celebra
Newcomers still arriving.
Johnathan Coomer and Emma Coom tion there. Just think, where thousands
though you glide upon the yellow sands
Two drnnken cowboys on their horses, as master of his lodge and High Priest of assigned them.
Mrs. Sadie E. Smith is down with the slows up, leaving just enough steam on of to-day to-morrow you may rise through er to Virginia Watson, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, and thousands were assembled in this
created considerable fun on the streets his Chapter. He was instrumental in been made with the lines of the Southern
to give headway. They are very careful all the waters and ride upon the crest of of block A in Newby’s third addition to state, to commemorate this nations!
the organization and was the first Grand Pacific Railroad in Oregon and the mumps.
McMinnville; con $1.’
event, which occurred KMI years ago,
Master of Cryptic Masonry in Oregon, Oregon Pacific Railroad to return at one-
crossing trestles. I have seen the highest wave that rolls.”
This week is commencement week at
Teeth extracted without pain by the and first conferred the order of High fifth fare all those in attendance who
U. 8. to Daniel A Walker, patent, 160 was then a howling, unthouglit-of wilder
This country is good enough. I^t’s
application of local anesthetics. G. 8. Priesthood on the north Pacific Coast.
ness, inhabited only by the native Indi
have paid full fare in. going to the .Con-
all be gay and happy now. Now is the acres in t 3 », r 6 w.
D. A Walker and wife to Alfred Smith ans, who have given away to make room
He was a member of the A. O. U. W. nention over these lines. Prof. Henry
Win. McLaughlin and family are mov ductor and whole train crew would get time, 1 don't want to drink skim milk
for populons cities and thriving settle
oil’ and walk over and wait for the train all my life, with the hope of butter be 80 acres in t 3 s, r 6 w con $200.
Bob. C. Henry, of Lafayette, called at before coming to Oregon and lias always Sheak, of Philomath, Oregon is the Sta ing into town.
I). A. Walkerand wife and John Smith merits.
on tlie other side. They never alarm the yond the clouds.
this office Friday. He is one of Yam maintained bis relations to that order. tistical Secretary of the Association, ami
He leaves a wife and three sons with a he desires to secure a report, from every
There is lots of happiness in this and wife to 1‘. 1’. Gates and II. P. New
passengers,’ lidwever, by saying any
hill’s promising young men.
Wednesday morning about 10 o'clock
large circle of relatives and friends to Sunday School in Oregon. Will the real estate office.
world, and I say let’s increase it in ton, 160 acres in t 3 s, r 6 w con $640.
residence of I). J. Olds, about three
Vede Olds has secured the whole of mourn his death.
proper officer of each school see that
J. W. Martin and wife toT. T. Vincent the
Leonard Myers lias moved into his
every way we can.
west of here, caught Are and was
the Cook house. L. II. Cook will travel
The funeral services were conducted such a report is sent to him in time for new barber shop.
burned to the ground. Mr. Olds had
on tho road for Russel & Co. of Portland, by Rev. T. H. Henderson, of Albina, un the convention? Pastors, Sunday Schoo)
"The line is about forty miles long,
to McMinnville and his wile in tak
Mrs. Annie Carter, of Portland, was
Joseph Hoberg and wife to John Mc gone
der the care of the Masonic lodge of Uiis Superintendents and all interested in the
Use Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow city.
counting the twists in the rails, and the
ing up the carpet swept the straw which
here on a visit Sunday.
The following from the Rural Spirit Intire, 27*2 acres, con $3000.
ders if you take pride in seeing your
lieen under it into the fire|»liice ami
Wm. Geldard et ux to Julia S. Blood it had
was for many years a member of wide publicity as possible.
There is a culvert broken down two traibs that leave tlie lower end early in makes a wonderful horse out of Johnny
stock look well. Sold by Bogers & Todd. the He Universalis!
is supposed that some of tho straw
church, of which he
miles east of this place that should be tlie; morning generally get up to one of Gearin because the editor of that paper one acre in t 3 s, r 4 w, con $110.
while on fire was sucked up the chimney
Lucy Hall says: “I wish the Ameri fixed.
For Sale.—Patri^Re Cochin and Buff was an earnest and conscientious advo
R. 1’. Bird to George Bryan, lot 6 in and
the other ends by night. There are two has purchased him:
alighting on the roof ignited the
can women would do as the Europeans do
block 14, Lafayette, con $2,50.
Cochin eggs, pure stock for sale at Chas. cate to the day of his death.
Mrs. Sarah Hobson’s health has been men who built it had a notion to run it
when they go to tbe. theater, and that is,
T. A. Turner, McMinnville, Or., to W.
Grissen’s or Mrs. B. F. Saylor’s, $3.00
Jesse Hobson and wife to Janies Ves moss. Ms. James Jolmson whits pass
ing ingoing to Carlton diw-overej the
The family desire to return their sin get up and walk about, chat and visit with quite poor the past week, but is better at over to the coast, but when they got near W. Baker, this city, Johnny Gearin, ch tal, % acre in Newberg, con $325.
For Sale.—A span of small mules, cere
fire, but, being nn old man, was Unable
acquaintances, and get their blood into present.
hack and lumber wagon. Cheap, for
Hall, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, to get on top of the house to extii gtiish
neighbors and friends during their circulation between the acts, Why it’s
cash or on time. Enquire of Bev. J. Ho of
the fire, and by the time the neighbors
brino 5241 (sire of Jane L., 2:19L. Fred
perfectly abominable, this sitting cramp
ferry boat which wilt cross the river fo the southward. They changed their Hambleton, 2:26; Kitty Ham, 2:29)5; and 14 of block 50 in Edwards addition to had arrived it had gainedtbo much head
berg. ' -
ed up in a chair for three hours without the
Newberg, con $325.
from this place.
stirring. To me it denotes a lack of ono’s
Charles N. Saylor to James H. Stew way to lie controlled with the meagre aje
Prof. Crawford will move his family to
lot of ragged ends of track running out Cleora, 2:18)5; Maggie F., 2:27; Harry
G. W. B. came near taking the wrong a into
Zena. Polk County, this week. He has S tone -S avage .—Thursday, May 9, 1889, physical needB. I have no word of re
art, block I in Saylor’s addition to Mc pliances at hand. Most of tlie things on
the first floor were carried out, but the
proach for those men who go out between woman home with him last Saturday, particular, Sometimes the train runs up Pulling, 2:29)4; Silver Leaf, 2:23; Ro Minnville, con $275.
not yet decided upon his permanent lo
at Cook’s hotel, by Judge Lougliary, the
meo, 2:29I4, and Belle 8., 2:20}._,) son of
acts. I know there are some men You bad better look cut, old boy.
William White et ux to F. II. Cham clothing, picturesand books which had
Miss Sarah Savage to T. B. Stone.
Rvsdyk’s Hanibletonian 10 (sire ot 41
been curried upstaiis preparatory Io
wbo avoid as much as possible taking a
James Webber and wife arrived last just depend^ on how the section men with records of 2:30 or better, and sire of plin 160 acres in t 5 s r 7 w con $5.
Dr. W. E! Welch a graduate of the
house cleaning were consumed. This is
lady to the theater solely because they week
Bush medical college of Chicago, Ill., bycalling at W. II. Bingham’s. All tlie dread having to sit still from the lieginng
107 sons that have 567 in the 2:30 list, acres in t 2 s, r 5 w, con $i0().
a sad affhir to Mr. Oi ls, ns he is poorly
has located, at I-aiayette to practice his latest designs.
and sire of 44 dams that have produced
to tlieend of the play. But if I were pres
Jesse and M. E. K. Edwards to E. L. able tn sustain such a loss. The loss
Coast Rango ami blows right hard, they 50 performers with records of 2:30 or
ent at the theater with a gentleman I Wiley.
McCormick, lot No. 3 in block 15 a *2 of sill amount to about $1006 or $1500 on
better), by Abdallah 1 (sire of Frank
which we learn there was no insurance.
Died.—April 29th, at 7 p. in., George
Clark. Braly brought into this office, last week with a full line of felts in all should tell him to go out and get excer-
off to the east and scud before the Forrester, 2:30; O’Blennis, 2:27)^; Sir lot No. 2 in block 15, Newberg, con $90.
cise, for that is what I do myself when I II. Garland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. switch
M. T. H kaii .
Wednesday, two very fine apples. He the
Marlin James Jones to Chas. B. llow-'
go, which, however, is seldom.’’
Garland. His remains were buried in the west spur that they can’t run off tlie
has pbushel or so on hand which have
arth, 45.69 acres in t 3 s, r 2, <-on $1203.
L. T. Davis and John Hanley left
kept very nicely.
rails and tack very well.
en trotters in the 5:30 list), by Mam
Age, tt'.J years.
morning for Eastern Oregon.
The East Oregonian says: “The Pen
“I remember one evening when the brino, son of imported Messenger; dam
The seventh annual Sabbath School Tuesday
The common council of tiiis city met
We would advise some of our con dleton waterworks, which have liereto-
Convention of Yamhill county will be
and the inhabitants all rushed over to in 2:42 at Walla Wallla when he weighed firmed drunks to try coal oil for a bever lofore occasioned considerable expense
Mrs. Campbell & Fuller have just Tuesday night, all were present, The min
held in this city May 14th and 15th, in
the station to see wliat was the matter. 1344 pounds), son of Royal George; 2d
received a new line of millinery goods. utes of previous meeting read’ and ap
the Cumberland Presbyterian church.
Rain, beautiful rain.
It turned out that one of old man Scrog- dam, daughter of Old Henry and Dr. age. In a little town in Georgia there to the city in addition to the cost of con
The Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. will meet
i gin’s hogs had wandered down the val- Young’s Black Whip mare by Rambler. is a unique drunkard—not liecause of his struction, will, it is thought lie self-sup-
The coinniitce on waterworks re|iorted as
W. H. Bingham is sole agent in this
in this city, on Wednesday the 15 th inst',
ey and when the engmeer saw lum on Johnny Geaiin is 16 hands' high and drinking propensities, lint liecause of
J.’urijig through the summei months at
and their magnificent new hall will be county for the Improved Triumph school follows:
Uncle James Johnson paid us a visit I tlw»
utoam and 1 _ • » iim'„„„„.i.
For the post
Hon. Mayor and Council of the City this week.
C_aource of rev-
went for him. Tl.
.,. j :i^i.
dedicated on Thursday the 16th. All are desk. Teachers are invited to inspect To of the
i.i ? ?WIJCI1 ticular preparation, he defeated Binger fifteen years lie ' lias regularly i:n
cordially invited to be present.
WjR for it-
G ents :—
Mi. and Mrs. C. E. Ladd of Portland, happened to be open, and tlie train fol- Herman in a race, Julv 4th, 1888, at Me- f|om one to two pints of coal oil i>ei- flnv,
owed the hoc
. . all
up the west smnr
spur and ' <<:
We, your committe oil water are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. lowed
J. I. Kniglit &Co. have for sale several
Buchanan & McKern, is the name of a
and i is, to
rustling rerd estate firm of North Yamhill. fine blocks of the new “Oak Park” Ad Having carefully solicited the citizens of Howe.
thy man. His favorite liquor does not correspondingly
coot of op-
The engineer camp pretty near being
S. T. & A. R. R.
This office is at present working on a dition to this city. Call and see them if this
( intoxicate, or even stimulate him, and oration will be cheapeTTi , . __
M _ noce: •
large order of circulars for them. They are you want a bargain.
1 yet he can not do without it. Years ago sary repairs have ls>en made, the new
water tax independent and exclusive of the dog business but has for sale some awful excitement of the chase was considered
both fine young men and deserve success.
he tried to break himself of this queer fire plugs have been purchased and
Tlie “Womans Christian Tem]icrance city, can be estimated at $2000 per annum. bully purps.
as an extenuating circumstance.
means the Salem, Tillamook & Astoiia habit, and for that pur|X)se went into the system brought up to a fair degress of ef
These figures are based upon moderate
People in the neighborhood of Pike be Union”meets at tlie Methodist Church charges,
The aid and benevolent society of
railroad, and it headed the subjoined ar country, where he could not get any coal ficiency. The report for last month
lieve in mixed farming. About thirty on Saturday, May 11th at three o’clock deem reasonable, and voluntarily proposed this
place has for sale some very hand on the railroad some time. There’s ticle in the last Sunday Salem Statesman: oil. He held out for three days, endur shows that the exju-nditures only ex
acres have been set out in hops this sea P. M. Mary V. Young, Secretary.
to pay. it bein $ 50 tier month less, than some handmade quilts.
some of the best grouse shooting on the
son in that vicinity. Four yards have
the rates charged in other places; in Albany
“Thecommitteeappointed by the board ing all the cravings and sufferings of a ceeded the receipts by about $100, al
line that I ever saw. The conductor is
The New York World on Monday, and
Everybody should donate to Mr. D. J. a good shot, and the engineer is no of trade to consider the matter of a rail .whisky toper, but was finally comjioHed though considerable exircnse was in
been established. Hops pay more than April
29 appeared with an address of per hydrant,
to yield to his appetite.
curred for repairs and additions, ami it is
which is considered by them Olds who had the misfortune to loose his slouch. I had a hunt with them a few
welcome printed in every language. as very reasonable.
road to Tillamook and Astoria have de-
believed that this month's business will
ABuivuuiiy mui mug is me
. c. .
There is more catarrh in this section of give a balance on the other side of tie
Wm. Martin purchased a tame deer The type for them were cast for the oc We have based our rates at $1 00 per !
the country than all other diseases put account. But whether or not the water
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Howe were in
the other day from one of the Cone boys. casion. A queer set of characters were month per hydrant.
MlIlllVlIlo oiv! nrlinr nmnla
We think the city can afford to pay $500. Portland last week and purchased some out an hour before the usual time of Minnville and other points interested for together, and until the last few years was works have proved a financial failure,
When he went to get it the animal would some of them.
a small contribution to . make a * prelimin-
Icll l i II .
supposed to be incurable. For a great
not lead and in jumping around it broke
are a blessing which not a citizen
Mrs. Moore of Hillsboro, has been in the amount of $2500 to $3000 per annum nice spring anil summer goods.
the baggage . car with
our n guns, and the 1 imwi
arv B I ’lrve
'’ or reconnaisance
of the pro- many years doctors pronounced it a local they
its hip and had to be killed. It made this
would be willing to dispense with.”
few things need to be disease,
city for two weeks under the treat could be depended upon the first year.
McMinnville’s waterworks will bo a
It is our oninion that the city would be July 4th, 1889, will give a grand celebra gone about a mile, when the train i known before stock books can be opened,
ment of Dr. S. A. Young. W lien she
by constantly failing to cure with lo paying institution from the start. The.
ana could noon a safe financial J
and a competent engineer should be em and
Mr. Moad, an old gentleman of 76 arrived here she was in a very bad con justified,
undertake to build water works, l
ployed to make the necessary investiga Science lias proven catarrh to be a con peo|>le of this city see the need of water
years, arrived in this county from Indi dition, but went home Wednesday basis
mains etc. at a total cost of $30,000 We known. Look out lor programme soon. to watch out. He took one of the wide tion.
and they will all fake it if it ia put in.
Justice Goodell has consented to
ana the other day. He is on nis way greatly improved.
doors in the sides of the car, and I took
would not deem it advisable to exceed this :
Miss Loueretia Merchant presented the other. The slowing down meant call on the people of Salem during the stitutional disease, and therefore requires By all means let us have water before
•to see his daughter who lives in Tilla-
The well-known half-mile racing stal amount.
inook. He was an old neighbor of J. A. lion Humboldt, died a few days ago on
Having disposed of these necessary pre- ! Mr. IV.A.Howe’s store with the sweetest, that the engineer saw birds, and in a present week and receive their pledges. Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney à another year passes over us. Who has
seconded Judge Cowie’s ptojMisal for an
........... we are now
...... ready to
... engage com-
Vo..,-1 , most beautiful boquet yet. She has our moment the conductor banged away. Some one will be asked to do the same
■Simmons while he resided in Indiana.
Castle creek, Owyhnee county. Idaho. peteuXengineers it if ’ 41.ZX
the council desires
the J thanks and is ahead. ‘tCotu.a ladies, get The train stopped, and a brakeman in McMinnville and way points. A large Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the oniy constitu artesian well? Wo ask this question
tional cure on the market. It is taken
Some parties from Washington territo He was probably the fastest lia.IT mile committee to proceed with the work
talking waterworks. The judge is
jumped off and picked up a dead grouse. sum will not be needed. It is believed internally in doses from 10 drops to a while
ry purchased 1500 acres of scliool land in horse on the coast, n decidedly beautiful
Following arc returns to circular letters
almost certain in his mind that this is an
addressed to different cities having water
teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the artesian country and if it is the cost of
ithe western part of the county this week. animal.— Eant Oregonian.
works, fur the purpose of information
Howe did make the largest string ever along the sides of the track and didn’t to require more than a few davs to raise blood and mucus surface of the system. putting in waterworks for the city of Mc
The timber lands are being sought after
that amount. Astoria is the’one great | They offer one hnudred dollars for any
Dr. Goucher left for Amity yesterilav
and it is not long till all will be owned on to perform an operation on Mrs. C. Booth,
Minnville would diminish over one-half.
and the Wil-
heard the eiigmeei
engineer popping awav,
and . seaport
■ .. on the
case it fails
lails to cm
the number being 140, from 8 to ¡4 iieariime
cure. Send for circulars It would be a good idea to sink a well
>our Coast range.— Polk County Observer
similar to the one performed on Lou
Tlie committee appointed oil electric light inches long. We can safely say that he we whanged at’em right and left, and i ?rae,te vaU®y ,™U8‘ haNje a railroad to ----
just to demonstrate whe'he <>r •n-t
We have purchased within the last Maddock of this city. Mrs. Booth has at tlie special meeting, reported that they is the boss fly fisherman.
kept tlie brakeman busy. The solitary I *"at P0,t- It will never be built unless
1*. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. is an artesian country, if it i, it. win ;,e
•week over $100 worth of new job faces. - been sick with pneumonia which resulted had accompanied Mr. Converse arounil
passenger became interested and made a ! ’,omebouy begins, and this committee £jer-obi by Druggists, 75c.
the city and that 35 25-candle power lights
!lf you wish job work call on us, we have | in an effusion of tbe left lung.
i first-class retriever.
.onTth.e. rl«1!t P,13,1?- .V iR to
would light tlie city, Report approved.
Almost an Accident*
A Flwliltig Match.
-the beet facilities in Yamhill county to
“The grouse weie plentiful, but tbe
“0Pe,I that Justice Goodell will meet
To Be Hold.
J. O. Spencer arrived here Friday from
Barnekoff. of ways and means committee
execute job woik neatly and quickly. | Clifton and states that Astoria is very
China pheasants were thicker than flies. |
’ ,a readv and willing response wliere-
We receive orders from all over the I quiet. Never before at this season of the pleted. Report adopted.
From the Oregon Slate Journal we
We saw at least 500, but didn’t get many. ever lie calls.
excitement will lie partaken of by our learn that the Lane County Poor Farm,
year has it been as quiet. All it needs to Tlie vetoe message of tlie mayor, on ordi-1 across the creek on College side, was The China pheasant is the finest game j
The Grand donile Survey.
city fishermen. A fishing match has rontaining 160 acres of land near the
Have you heard that McMinnville will make Astoria a lively town is to put a nance No. 73 was then read. The council [ nearly the victim of an awful accident. i biid in this country. Seven pairs were 1
From a letter written by H. S. Ma- been a arranged. Wm. .Martin, T. J. Har- northwestern auburbe of Eugene, is to
sustained tlie vetoe 'flic ordinance is the ! It seems that she had been at the house imported about eigtit years ago, and, be
¡put in electric lights? No! Well she railroad from McMinnville to Astoria.
will do eo and us fellows who come in
st^Pt^fterti9 5’d^k"nder 18 bCing °" tl,e i Of, Mr8’. ^rs helping Mrs. Magers ing protected by a law for ten years, loney, we learn that himself and party ris, J. . M«C
Jones and Al. be sold at auction to the highest bidder
Police officer Wm. Warren, of Port
¡they have increased wonderfully, and consisting C. E. Branson, Ix*e Fendall, Fletcher will ain.
from the country and dther towns caa
catch more fish in a without reserve at tlie court house door
! there must be millions of them in Ore
tthen find our way about the city. Mc land, was in this city Monday. He was W. T Booth
E. and J. W. Mendenhall, ' Loss I I* lizwl ix-iz'x.l W Wisecarver,
E. ----- Magers.
$1.50 j Mrs. Spring is deaf and looking at the gon. A cock pheasant is a handsome W.
Minnville is a pretty good town. She is the recipient of a nasty little notice from C. F Daniel..............
I 1 F. • Ait
Bra- ” on Thursday, May 9, at 3 o’clock p. m.,
I the Times, Nat L. Baker,editor, We see Jones Howell............
lo’o, clock and seeing that it was 4:30 she bird. He is about the size cf a game. Maddox, and Frank Quenell are at work ly. They are all good fishermen and can that pajier then goes on as follows : Ina
fast beginning to wake up.
that Mr. Baker has himself in a scrape T elephone -R egister
7.50 ; started for home. It was raining at the brilliant as a peacock’s. The feathers on on the survey of the reservation. Mr. catch a good string apiece with favor few years more it must lie as near town
Look at tlie announcement on the | over it, he has been indicted by the G. W. Kauffman......
*4-30 | time and holding a large umbrella over his
weather. Win. .Martin has prom as the Skinner trac t of 133 acres, which
¡fourth page of this paper. Next week Grand jury for libel.
J. A. Crow.................
head and neck are purple, except a Maloney says: “We commenced work able
J“11 her head sho started up the railroad to white
will appear the advertisement of the
April 25, and the work was progressing ised us that he will see that a mess is was bought from Mr. O. R. Bean by Mr.
A mass meeting was held last night at
' J her home which is some’distance above age on his breast is iridescent. lie has finely until the storms set in. Our camp left at this office. Thanks.
■“Oak Park Addition”.
8. P. Sladden nliout four years and six
Various^ communication^ were read ■ re
Mr. Mager’s. She had mistaken the a tail about eighteen inches long. The now is at the foot of the burn on the big
want to make money on real estate the opera house for the purpose of elect garding water works and placed on file.
months ag i for $49 per acre and could
Clo.lnc Out At Coni.
■should invest. Do not hold on forever ing delegates to the railroad meeting at
now be sold readily for $500 per acre.
lien is a more sober-looking bird.
mountain southwest of the agenev. I
The recorder’s and marshall’s
A few years ago » the late James B. Htepli-
but sell quick and at a profit this will Astoria. The use of tlie hall was donated were read approved placed on file. reports ,]own the track unseen by her, shewalk-
, ing directly toward it. The engieer blew to get at. He can run like a wild turkey tracts the following sections, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9,
•create a boom and no other means will free of charge, by the managers, Rogers On motion council adjourned.
ens mortgaged t a part
of his land at Kart
the whistle but ehe did not hear it. He
his flight is strong, steady and very 16, 21, 22, 23, and 24 in T. 6 S., R. 8 W., ol Harris & Haney, at Lafayette at covt. Portland to \\ . 8. Ladd, the banker, for
press no delegates had been elected.
1 thought she knew her business and and
$40.(100, to help his son-in-law, Dr. Ixx-
6wift. California sportsmen ought to in also to sectionize and to subdivide into
TheTRLKPiioxE-XiiGisTER is the largest
would leave the track until he was witli- troduce
The stock consists of a general assort yea, in business, and, being unable to
Tuesday night Mr. J. W. Hobbs of
them here. I suppose the farm 80 acre tracts tbe noitli half of T. 5 8. R. ment
•paper published in Yamhill County and
pay the loan, Ladd was compelled to
would kick some, because the pheas 8 W. When we are done there will re
-we ask yon to compare it with any other this city, received a telegram from on by the county judge. May 7tli.
«'¡'s the matter at:dhe put on the brakes, ers
and coarse wear, most of which was forclose and take the land for the debt.
ant is'a lover of wheat-fields, and he’s a main only a strip two miles wide along fine
paper published in the county. Adver Mooresville, Ind. stating that his wiles
Now it in said to bo worth three-quartera
the south boundry of the reservation,
tisers will please rememler that its cir father, Perry T. Macy, had been killed ¡sell realty granted Property to b- sold j and within four feet of Mrs. Spring who Chinaman;besides.
‘ It is unlawful to shoot Chinese pheas and sections 5, 8, 17, 18, 19, and 20 in T. the lowest rates. Will sell you Ixjots and of a million of dollars anil could not jmr-
culation is the largest and that more by a tailing tree. Mrs. Hobbs was his after tine notice, for cash
' had n heard
i .- ih ...i.t^zi-
haps lie bought for a round million.
ants yet, but they would get in front of 6 S. R. 8 W. not subdivided for allott- get them elsewhere.
benefit can be derived from the use of its favorite daughter and he intended to! Estate of Samuel Schaffer: A. __
looked up at :.......
She left tbe
This is tiie history of land in and around
t our guns, and I’m sorry to say that some
columns than from any other two papers visit Oregon this summer expressly to son discharged and his bond exlionerated.
i track with a jump
growing towns and cities in all new coun
published in the county.
Fifth annual surprised to see a locomotive staring her shot. The conductor shot a splendid
tries. It is cheap when sold by the aero
in the face no doubt. The engineer of cock, and it waB laid down on the pile of
Milton Eagle.: John Talbern made
at any price. The man who hold» it tlie
Sale qf real
the best catch of the season on Sunday
first thirty years and then sells at $10.1
birds at our feet. In moving around,
Starting at 12 o’clock he
somebody pushed the pheasant out of for the month ending May 3. 1889, total of May 1889, let to the lowest responsi per acre is always out of luck, and the
fished until 5:30 p. m„ and returned
one who buys him out frequently gets
tlie door; and when the loss was discov numlier enrolled, 3G, average daily at
| a life. Mr. Spring says he owes the eli- ered
ble bidder the labor for building a grain five limes that amount in one1 fiflh of the
with 160 trout, none measuring less than us to throw the proceedings out. ” They
the train was stopped and run back. tendance, 32. Roll of Honor:
7 inches and many going 13 and 14 inches
elevator at McMinnville, Yamhill coun time and sometimes lives ly see it worth
Lewis, as were tbe notes for last wefeks approved.
hard to pay. People on the railroad The engineei found the bird beside the Nora Crimmins,
track, about 500 yards back, and claimed Katie Crimmins,
i. A m
ty, Oregon. 1 Ians and specifications can several thousand dollargi*
Estate of C W. Jacobson : Final account track should lookout.
Where are our Yamhill sports? write up. The people of the city did all
building sites, the amount!
it by right of discovery. By reminding Lois Ford.
George Crimmins, be seen at our office in the McMinnville the growth and size of the !
They are out fishing now, just wait until in their power to entertain the teachers allowed. Order of distribution made
the conductor that there were more to Mary Earhart,
Shall Wo Respond?
and the teachers extended to them a
Estate of Nancy Moor: Final account
flouring mill. We reserve the right to
they get in.
lie got, I prevented a fight.
vote of thanks at the end of the institute. allowed
reject any and all bids.
The Dalles, Oregon, is on the boom and
of Richard Martin : Will admitted
We learn from Captain Yaneberg and to Estate
B arnekofk , A llyn 4 Co.
lias for one of its attractions a polygamist
probate. Miles B. Martin appointed president of the board of trade of this geese, the conductor stopped the train, Mary Ilelyer,
who lives undisturbed with one wife at j chief engineer Gilliam of the steamer executor. Bond fixed at $600. Bond ap j city, received a telegram from the Astoria and ail hands got off and chased the Maggie Newton,
The Ladles Delighted.
Portland and another with him at his pres | "South Coast”that they will take out at proved. C. Oby, Wm. »Shepard and J. A i board of trade inviting a delegation from geese all over a ten acre lot. The fire Mattie Martin,
man and the passenger secured them, May Willis,
ent home. His name is Stevens and the this trip 350,000 feet of lumber and that Simmons appointed appraisors
effect and the perfect
this city to attend the mass meeting of being the best runners, and we brought
woman passing as his wife at The Dalles the vessel will draw 13 feet and 4 inches, I
O ma F ovtk , Teacher.
safety with which ladies may use the
is named Simpson. His legal wife who j and no more, with that cargo, that the
[ the citizens of Astoria, to be field Saturday the geese in alive. The birds were so
A lili; Hotel.
jie refuses to support is earning a living i idea of there being anything the matter | I The county court
jourt held tlieir regular ; night at Astoria, for the purpose of deter thick that before we got to the next
liquid fruit laxative, ^yrnpof Fig«, untler
. ...................... j___________
session in in theclerks
..... I..—. office Wednes- mining n|K>n the liest way in which to town we saw that our ammunition
as chambermaid in a Portland hotel. with the bar is a figment of the imagina monthly
conditions make it their favorite rem When Baby wm alclr, we nave her I'Mtoria.
tion. Tho bar is, according to their state I day, Slay Sth, 1889. The following business further the interests of the Astoria, Tilla wouldn’t last, and when we got there we
It is pleasing to the eve and to the When «he waa a Child, .be cried for < aaloria.
ment, all right and better than that of was passed upon.
mook and Salem railroad. The citizens telegraphed ahead for a lot of cartridges,
When ahc becaave Mias, she clung to Caatoria,
It is announced that F. B. Har|>cr will I the Humboldt. This information is very
In the matter of the application of A. I’. of
this city should be represented at which were brought to us at the third large brick hotel, either on Broadilbin or taste, gentle, y et effectual in acting on
attempt to lower the mile record of Ten gratifying to us and dispels a gloomy Oliver and others for a county road Proof
W hen abe hail Children, ahe gave Uiem1 ’ash «ria
station. You see it is no fool of a trick Ferry streets, and probably not further the kidneys, liver and liowels.
Broeck witli the mare Valuable. She is cloud that hung over our mind in this
a daughter of Ten Broeck. 5 years old. At | matter.— lillamook Headlight.
Nelson anil others fora county road Proof city wants that railroad to pass through bles along as though the wheels were with stores on the ground floor, and it is
a private trial recently she went u mile in
Mr. Samuels, , of the
was of posting notice duly made. Bond fixed j this section ot country. The board of geared on eccentrics, and so we wasted a proposd to make it one of the finest in tbe Castoria is recommended hy phvsk’ians
1 :40, and it is believed by Harper that
valley. The cost will be $50.000 to $75, or children teething It is a purely veget
she can excel her sire’s great record of in the citv yesterday, collecting his bills “t $106- Bond approved. J. T. Gowdy,
the meager write up and illustrations w- T- Hatch. B. F. Lewis, viewers, <’ooj«>r. the citizens should now do something. dred shells and secured thirty two birds, 000. The exact location will lie settled on able preparation, its ingredients are pub
1 :39’4. The race against time will lie for
by the directors of the corporation when
Tax payers of Yamhill cornify will take
made some time during the spring meet — -- j ----------- - xl
.. not p point at 10 a, ni.
all in tlieir power to further the scheme over the hills all to thunder.
was done with ibis place, as \ he could
elected. A prominent citizen interested to tlie taste an<lahsolutelv harmless. It re
ing of the jockey club.
conld 1 ' Nelson Carl authorized to put a new bent and whv should McMinnville be idle
“I don’t know as you had better go in ti e project gives us these particulars, lieves constipation regulates the trowels, notice I list the time lias now expired tor
please the people. vi
course he could j -n CarIton bridge: also allowed 1800 feet for
quiets pain, cures diarrlwea and wind colic^
poor returns bridge boxes and nails sufficient for tbe when a scheme of this kind is on foot. np there right away to hunt on the train. and says it is certainly a fact.-.1 Ihany allays feverishness, destroys worms and paying taxes without cost and that all
In noticing the item which appeared not when he gave them
*------------- t ----
This railroad would do more towards When I left, the Narrow-Escape system Democrat.
’ 1 is very ___
(__ 1 work.
jn the T-B. concerning the tile yard the for their money. I lie
prevents convulsions. MKfth'es ttiecliild and taxes now due the county are snbject to
the resoutees of Yamhill was tied up by a strike. The engineer
gives it refeshing and natural sleep, Caa- a forced collection. Come in and settle
Newberg Graphic says: “A tile factory now that the citizens
------ a j i One scraper allowed lor J. J 8c<4t, Mc- developing
The Argentine Republic is determined tc-ria is tlie children's panacea—the lu.itll with the sheriff and save costs and ex
than most anything else
Shall we hadn’t got any pay for two years, and he
ia what the farmers near McMinnville cut of the city, such as suits them, and Minnville, also lumber for six boxes.
started a kick. The receiver received to tie one of the nations of the earth. ers’ friend, 35 doses. 35 cents.
penses of levy and sale of property,
of charge. n't.:™
This | Merit McKinley
liave long needed and we can assure you Ixrx
allowed lumber fur six respond to this invitation from Astoria? well enough, but he didn’t seem to give The government is the most liberal at
therefore to save coats and trouMe please
-that these gentlemen will give satisfac lie offers them as a balm for their !boxes.
at once and settle up your tax bill.
tion. Mr Edwards has successively wounded
1200 feet of lumber allowed Goo. Laughlin,
McMinnville, Feb. 5, 1889.
managed a tile factory in this place for good deal like cutting a man s throat and sUpervjsor of road district, to put lumber cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of because there wasn’t much to give up. the stock of that country and the gov parilla can be relied upon for all blood
=.._ the ___
of fast diseases, skin affections, etc. Sold oy
T. J. H aksir ,
patching it up with sticking plaster. | on the ground, the county to furnish mer- voice and all inflamed conditions of the Tlie section men didn’t mind, because ernment
•the past few years and will do the same then nan
i ml Olymniau.
aIZzj.zj»»» <» > i
1. * nil
they could pick up a hand-car load of j stock in England paying $70,090 for him. Rogers &. Todd.
Sheriff at Yamhill Co.
lungs. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
all the ....1.
thing for McMinnville”.
Au H. HoJson. • Prominent Citizen.
Expiro» In «1» Store, From Heart
Till. City will be Lighted, on or Before
August 1st by Eleetrlelcy.
Entries Closed and Good Races Expect
Some Strange ana Peculiar . Features of
Railroading in Oregon.
How the Right l’lace to I>ig a Well is
Found <»n Eureka Flat.