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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1889)
M c M innville ,
Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
oreg - on .
F riday ,
may 24, 1889.
VOL. I. NO. 16
W. T. Shurtieff.
STANLEY IN THE WOODS.
ELECTRICITY ON WARSHIPS.
Working a Hog.
Oklahoma the New Eden.
II. M. Flagler, the Standard oil mag
nate, recently paid Dr. Allen, of New
A11 Account of His Adventures flow Modern Men-of-War Util
When I entered the village situated
That innate and inbred desire of the York, a fee of $85,000 for two month’s
among the hills of New York, at 10
on the Congo.
ize Late Valuable Inventions.
oclock in the morning everything was members of the human family to get attendance upon his daughter. The fee
Has the most complete stock of harness
The Edinburgh Statesman of April 2.
Electricity on ships of war is purely aD peaceful and serene, and the pocket of something for nothing—or next’ to noth was paid in the shape of 500 shares of
in the county. At present 12 set of sin
prints an interesting letter from Henry American idea, and was first tried on the every man who walked the street had ing-must account for the mad race for I Standard oil stock, and amounted to $42,
gle harness, hand made, in prices
M. Stanley, dated in Central Africa, Sep United States steamer Trenton in 1883. chink in it. When I left at 4 p. m. an quarter sections of land in Oklahoma, of 500 I>er month, nearly $10,625 per week.
ranging from $12 to $30. and 8
tember 4, 1888, and addressed to A. L. Soon alter the system bad been tested excited mob had possession of main which so much has been printed lately $1,400 per day and$5S per hour.
in our daily newspapers.
set of team harness as cheap
Bruce, a son-in-law of Dr. Livingstone, the vessel sailed on a three years’ cruise, street and every man was dead broke.
who lives in Edinburgh. It adds nothing and attracted much attention as the first
About noon a man arrived from the
PLACE IN THE COUNTY
essentially new to the letter from Stanley war vessel afloat to be lighted by electric north in a buggy. He said he was a west, bordering on the newly opened ter- j in Duluth, May Sth. was settled in a sin- 1
(’an be seen on the hooks in my shop.
recently sent from London by cable, but ity. The success of the Trenton’s exper drover and looking for hogs. He bought ritory, share in the excitement, and gular manner. The proprietor increased
the following account of the journey iment practically settled the question in half a dozen before he ate dinner, and it even the older states, like conservative the wages of all his married employees I I have competent workmen employtsl
through the forest to the grass land will naval circles. ’Through the exertions of was astonishing how closely he guessed Tennessee, are sending their contingents. and gave the single men notice that they to do all kinds of repairing and to make
LOAN BROKERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC AND SEARCHERS of RECORD. bear reprinting:
Lieutenant-Commander R. B Bradford, at their live weight. He was within two Yes! Even the lake regions of the would not be wanted after the end of the any harness ordered. 1 also keep a full
“While in England considering the who was the Trenton’s executive officer, pounds of four of them, and only halt a North are sending settlers. Among the month unless they were married bv that stock of oil and rubl»er robes, lap robes,
covers, saddles, etc. A full line of
best routes open to the Nyanza (Albert) lights were placed on the Vermont, New pound more 011 the others, this had excited throng are farmers, lumbermen, time, in which event they would lie re horse
ras for repairs constantly on hand.
I thought I was very liberal in allowing Hampshire, Om ha, Dolphin and Chi been an attraction for a crowd of idlers, miners, mechanics, printers, store keep tained at increased pay.
myself two weeks’ march to cross the cago. The Baltimore, Charleston, York and the general verdict was that the dro ers, gamblers, saloon keepers, whisky
Carlyle described his indigestion “like
foiest reigon lying between the Congo town, Bennington and Concord will be ver was as sharp as a barber’s razor. men, and adventurers of every sort.
Already cities have actually been plot- 1 a rat kcawing at the pit of his stomach,”
and the grass land, but you may imagine supplied with the latest improved plants .Soon after dinner a farmer looking boy
are forbidden from hunting
our feelings when month after month saw and there is nothing afloat that can ex drove a hog into town and staked hiin ted on paper, and for one of them a bank and said his best physician was a horse. or fishing on our premises
us marching, tearing, plowing, cutting cel the system. Each cruiser has about out in front of the tavern. As he wanted has been organized which began busi Some one has jocosely remarked the out tion of this notice will be proseeutfsl to tlie
through that same continuous forest. It 500 lights, and the gunboats about 250, to sell and the drover wanted to buy they ness at noon on the now celebrated 22d side of a horse was the best thing for the full extent of the law.
day of April, 1889. The Southern Z,«»i- inside of a man. Calvin was a sufferer : L T '
D avis .
took 11s 160 days b.fore we could say, with sufficient supplies to last three soon came together.
O wens ,
“Thank God we are out of the darkness years. All the cut-outs and switches are
“Might take him on a pinch, but lie’s herinau thinks that for some time to from indigestion, so was Emerson, so! E .1.
1 \ X i i i r,
No. 1—310 acres, 3’A miles from McMinn
al last.” At one time we were all, whites made water tight, and tested by turning only a nubbins.” said the drover as he come faro banks in fair Oklahoma will
N i : i > on .
ville ; finely improved, good buildings; wa acres good timber land. Price. $0,000. One- and blacks—almost ‘done up.’ Septem a stream of water on any part of the cir sized the porker up.
considerably outnumber the legitimate were many of the great men of modern B F
ter pip< d to house and burn. Price. $10.500. third cash; balance, one to two years' time, ber, October and half of that month of
times. An old physician used to say: B F
“Nubbins!” Why that pig goes over financial institutions.
<’. A. W allace ,
for cash or lumber.
One-third cash: easy terms.
November, 1887, will not be forgotten by
BL attk B ros .
There are innumerable devices by 200pounds!” exclaimed the owner.
tell you how he thinks.”
No. 2—210 acres, 3 miles from McMinn
No, 50—100 acres, eight miles from Mc 11s. October will be especially memorable which electricity is made useful on board
“Can’t stuff me, boy. I’ve been in runs through the new country, but sev
ville; well improved: running water. Price. Minnville; 30 aeres plow land, balance tim- to us for the sufferings we endured. Our ship. The value of the search light can the business twenty years.”
eral others go very near its boundaries,
$0.00(1. One-third cash ; balance, easy terms. ber ami pasture; 100 acres lenceii, small or officers are heartily sick of the forest, but
not be estimated, as scouting parties,
“No one wants to stuff. That ’ore ho- and these convenient thoroughfares are
all putting on extra rolling stock on ac
No. 5—four 20-acre tracts 2% miles from chard; warranty deed. Price, $950.
the loyal blacks, a band of 130, followed torjiedo boats or swift, steam launches goes to 210.”
McMinnville. Price. $800 per tract, One-
“lie does eh ? Wish your father had count of the unprecedented demand for
No. 2, B- Furniture ami undertaker’s me once again into the wild, trackless can l>c detected a mile away on the
stock and good will of business, invoice foiest, with its hundreds of inconvenien-1 darkest night. As a motive power for come in. I’d like to make a bet with transportation.
The general land office has established
No. 10—five 10-aere tracts, 2 miles from price on goods easy terms; satisfactory ees, to assist their comrades of the rear small machines it is invaluable, andon him. Bov, you ought to have lietier
reasons for selling.
McMinnville. Price. $50 per acre.
column. Try and imagine some of these the Chicago will lie brought into play for J18n^n>ent’ That1,Og Wol,’t |,ll|l ,lown two offices—one at Kingfisher station and
the other at Guthrie; while the ]>ostof-
No. 11—15 acres, with good house and
No. 8, B 635 acres 2 miles from postoffice, inconveniences. Take a thick Scottish training the huge guns ot the main bat
“Guess you are off too,” remarked a fice department is straining every nerve
barn, chicken house, etc., tine orchard; 2 1-2 2 houses, one barn, living water, TOO acres copse, dripping with rain; imagine this tery. It is also used for discharging the
miles from McMinnville. Price, 1.700. One- plow land; price $15 per acre, balance time copse to be a mere undergrowth,nourished rifled ordinance, and the entire system is stranger who had quietly driven up in a in maintaining an effective postal ser
half cash ; balance, three years.
under the impenetrable shade of ancient under the absolute control of the com buggv.
secured by mortgage on the premises
I’ve raised hogs all mv life, vice. Ihere are said to be no fewer than
trees ranging from 100 to 180 feet high; mander from his position in the fighting and that boy han’t five pounds out of bis seventy thousand applicants for the
No. 12—170 acres adjoining the town of
No. 3—30 acres two and one-l alf miles briers and thorns abundant; lazy creeks, tower. He requires no uncertain assist guess.”
eleven thousand quarter sections of land
McMinnville: with extra good buildings,
large orchard and land of best quality. from postoffiee, house of five rooms, barn meandering through the depths of the ants
to place him in communication with
An t he? Raised hogs have you? that are available for settlement, so it is
Price. $75 per acre. $7,000 cash ; balance,
very evident that manv pilgrimswill be
jungle and sometimes a deep affluent of the
various departments of the complex Ever raise any money9”
land; price, $1500.
disappointed. There is no evidence at
a great riyer. Imagine thiB forest and machine.
Electrical devices perform all
No. 13—565 acres. 10 miles from McMinn
No. 7—110)4 acres four and one-half miles the jungle in all stages ot decay and the
duties, transmit the orders and con
“Perhaps you’d like to bet on that hand that Oklahoma lands are one whit
ville ; 2 houses, 4 barns: this is one of the from McMinnville, well improved,good|build- growth—old trees falling, leaning peril- 1
better or richer in any respect than those
trol the movements with far greater ac hog?”
best stock farms in the County. Price, ings, schoolhouse on one corner of farm;
m the Indian territory, Kansas, Mis-
ously over, fallen prostrate; ants and in- curacy
and safety than would be possible
$7.500. One-half cash; balance, terms to price, $45 per acre, two-thirds cash.
sects of all kinds, sizes and colours, mur by the old methods.
M ) ?”aVl’ >0U gOt *2° Sa>S 110 g00S over souri, Illinois, or Tennessee, and yet
hundreds of farmers are leaving comfort
The simple pressure of a single button
No. 9—House of live rooms and % acre muring around; monkeys and chimpan
No. 14—540 acres, 11 miles from McMinn
able homesteads in old setlled commun-
“I have—fifty—a hundred.”
ville; this farm has good buildings of all in McMinnville, chicken bouse, barn, wood zees above, queer noises of birds and endows the huge monster with life and
animals, crashes in the jungles as troops activity, causing 10,OIK) tons to glide
kinds necessary for the farmer and stock shed, etc.; price, $650.
“Then let’s chalk.
Anybody can lties and are gladly' taking all the chances
of pioneer life. Were there any indica-1
raiser; running water. Price. $18 per acre.
of elephants rush away; dwarfs with smoothly through the water at a speed of blow.”
No. 10—20 vacant lots at prices ranging poisoned arrows securely hidden behind twenty knots. At the touch of a second
Part cash and easy terms.
It was a chance to make a dollar, and tions of auriferous dejsisits of rich silver
No. 10—800 acres, 7 miles from McMinn
some buttress or in some dark recess; button the great shields swing noiseless- 1 the citizens improved it. The man in ore; of lead mines; of inexhaustible coal
ville; about 50 head of cattle and horses, veniently located; easy terms.
strong, brown-bodied aborigines with ly to one side and huge apertures are 1 the buggy was an accommodating chap, measures; of vast forests of bard woods;
besides hogs. Croats, farming machinery,
or in fact of any- evidence of mineral or I
No. 11—Relinquishment of claim to 157'-. terribly sharp spears, standing poised,
etc. Price, $21,000. One-fourth cash ; bal acres, ten miles from McMinnville, has for still as dead stumps; rain pattering disclosed, filled the next instant by pow- 1 and somehow or other the farmer hot* vegetable wealth out of the ordinary
eiful rifled breech-loaders. There is a J managed to fish up about a hundied dol
ance, time to suit
improvements large house 20x35, barn down on you every other day in the year; hush, a moment of expectancy, as the lars from the hind pocket of his overalls, run, one could understand this mail
No. 17—100 acres. 7 miles from McMinn 40x6.5, ¡Kioo feet fencing, etc.; price, $600.
an impure atmosphere, with its dread commander peers through the little slot lhe citizens stuck by the drover having rush; such not being the ease, all our
ville; very best valley land. Price, $45 per
No. 17—House of 8 rooms with 8 lots in consequences, fever and dysentery ; gloom on a level with his eye in the tower, abundant proofs of his judgment, and readers can do is to patiently await de-
ve opments and then judge of the real
Notice for Publication.
No. 18—348 acres, 0 miles from McMinn Johns’ addition. Hood barn. etc. i,oca- throughout the day and almost palpable touches a third button, and the cruiser when every man in that town who had a value of Oklahoma and its lands. Land
this powder never vane
vanes. A marvel of
ville, well improved, water in every field, tion is one of the best in McMinnville. throughout the night; and then, if you vomits forth sheets of flame. The long dollar to lose or could borrow one, had
L and O ffice at O begov C itt .I
steel shot dart through space at the rate made his bet, the hog was driven to the J*«
buildings go<Mi, orchard. Price,$30 per acre.
_ ’ Eden,
it* /*«• > w»» ’< > <» a I l tl.«»»
..... » kinds,
- * » ami
the — ordinary
Oregon. April 21. I*«!) <
maps of 4l.
the - new
and « on piner it I economical
No. 9, B—360 acres, 2 miles from McMinn entire distance from Plymouth to Peter of 2000 feet a second; bow, stern and scales and weighed.
No. 10—100 acres. 1 mile from postoffice.
country ; mi’e of lmv p.'?- in-
Notice is hereby eivrn that the following
“Gentlemen,” said the drover just be- certainly looks to be a beautiful country
ville: good buildings, desirable’location, 250 head you will have a fair idea of some of broadside respond in one terrific roar,
Price. $45 per acre. One-half cash
c., . Sold onK in ran« R()VAL named settler has filed notice of her inten
No. 20—62 acres, 6 miles from McMinn acres in cultivation. Price, $30 per acre; tlie inconveniences endured by us from and crash 1 the fabric trembles ’neath lore the weighing, “I was never de eanlinO/«7,*r»“'‘.think8 that if tile «1..*
make final proof in support of l»< r
ville, 1 mile from postoffiee. Price, $50 per terms, $5,000 cash, balance easy payments. June 28, to December 5, 1887, and from the simultaneous explosion ot GOOD ceived in my life. This hog won’t go to garden of Eden Had been as well shown B aking P owi > k » C o , 106 Wall St N. Y. claim, and that said proof will i»r made In-
up by land lawyers and agents of old,
acre. One-half cash.
No. 10, B—105 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Mc June 1, 1888, up to the present date, to pounds ot powder, and 12,000 pounds of 190 pounds ”
fore the county judge, or, in hi- absence,
No. 21—Saw mill, 10 miles from McMinn Minnville, land of very best quality; price, continue again front the present date till metal are sent whizzing through the air onoV ,ake eyen bets that lie goes over the descendants of Adam would have
before the county clerk of Yaiuhill county’
mobbed that lonely angel with a flaming Requirements of a Stenographer, at McMinnvile, Oregon, on Friday June 2«
ville, capacity 10,000 feet per day ; all com $40 per acre, one-third cash, balance in two about Dec. 10, 1888, when I hope to pay by means of the electric slave of the dy
.r^ ‘S.*1 tIie nian in the buggv.
plete and now working full crew; orders for years.
a last farewell to the Congo forest. Now namo.
Ibis bluff raked out the last nickel in sword who guarded its gates and kept
Succeed as a stenographer, one must be ar-
that we have gone through and through
The merest motion of the little polished the crowd, and tlie hog was driven upon them out, Oklahoma is evidently a Trt
I J curate in shorthand, skilled in type
this forest reigon, I only feel a surprise lever directly in front of the captain the scales. l|,e record was 211 pounds, more desirable country, as it has re writing,
a goo<l penman, a competent cor widow of William E Wright. d<*<-<-;*M-d.
that I did not give a greater latitude to brings the powerful search-light into ac lie was weighed and re-weighed, but the quired several hundred of Uncle Sam’s respondent. In the Shorthand Department of the Homestead Entry No. 4;«?.». for th< s.’., of n
blue coated angels, armed with re|>eat- -PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE — w ** of sei tion 12, t 3 s, r 2 w.
my ideas respecting its extent; for had tion and sends a dazzling beam through figures stood.
She names the following witne^M-s to
we thought, it is only what might have the dark void. To the left protrudes
to keep the people out of it. THOROUGH TEACHING in shorthand, DAILY PRACTIOE
'.l’8 my f,rst error in a hog,”
in type-writing, careful instruction in penman prove her and her deceased Im -band ? con
been deduced from our knowledge of the still another concave, innocent-appear said the drover, and all bets were at Still, we are not going there—this year ship
an<l abundant drill in correspondence amply tinuous residence upon and cultivation of.
great sources of moisture necessary to I ing globe, which controls a silent, though once handed over. The farmer liov the editor adds—and we are not advising qualify students for positions always open to those said land, viz:
supply the forest with the requisite sap potent and death-dealing auxiliary. A slipped out. the two men drove off in the any of our friends to go to stay. It may fully prepared to fill them. Send for catalogue.
John W WintiTs. A S Vaughn, Jas N\w
and vitality. Think of the large extent slight click is heard, a puff of white iuggy, and half an hour elapsed before a prove a good field for the tourist who A. P. A rmstrong , P rim ., - P ortland , O regon , man ami Win Garland, all ut Middle!.»n,
of the South Atlantic ocean, whose vapors smoke and the Whitehead torpedoes church deacon, who had laid his tent represents a good lumber firm, a burial
Washington county. Oregon.
Any person who desires to protest again t
are blown during nine months of the year glide from their smooth tubes, and are with the drover and lost, suddenly de case factory, or a tombstone quarr.
the allowance of «uch pr<x»f, or %vho knows
in this direction. Think of the broad driven through the water at the rate of clared that it was a put-up job to’skin
of any substantial reason, under tin* law
Congo, varying from one to sixteen miles thirty miles an hour. An electric bell the town.
Jett Davis’s Romance,
and regulations of the Interior department,
wide, which has a stretch of 1400 miles, signals the officer in charge of the quick- oAAf’urn mv buttons if it han’t!” yelled
why such proof should not I m - alloweil wili
supplying another immeasurable quantity firing and machine guns when to play -00 men in chorus, but it was too late.
be given an opportunity at the above men
The first marriage of Jeff Davis was of
of moisture to be distilled into rain and his part, and ere the gong has ceased to 1 lie town had been skinned, ait? the
tioned time and place to c ross-examim* tie
mist and dew over this insatiable forest, vibrate, thousands upon thousands of trio had escaped. All tho mob could do a somewhat romantic character, says the
witnesses of said ciaimant. and to «»tier c\ i-
dence in rebuttal of that submitted l»v
and then another 600 miles of the Aruwimi explosive projectiles are flying through was to turn loose and wreck an old vine Philadelphia Neu ». After graduating at
or Ituri itself, and then you will cease to the air at the rate of 1900 feet per second. gar factory and pass a resolution to the
ford, at Prairie du Chien. Wis., the post
wonder that there are about 150 days of
The latest electrical appliance is a sys effect that liberty was a sham and a then commanded by Colonel Zachary
rain eyery year in this reigon, and that tem of engine-room telegraph, invented delusion.
oh- r.’- The ‘lawgUter of the latter, Miss
the Congo forest covers such a wide area. by J. B. Wallis, an Englishman. It has
Salite Knox Taylor, at once fell desper
Timber Land, Aet June 3, 1878.
“Until we set foot on the grassland, been thoroughly tested in the royal na
The best and simplest
ately in love with the handsome and
somethinglikeSO miles west of the Albert vy, and adopted on her majesty’s ships
Notice for Publication.
Nyanza, we saw nothing that looked a Camperdown, Rodney and Aurora. It
The current issue of the Scientifir
L and O ffice at Oregon City, Or . i
smile or a kind thought or a moral sensa is also being fitted to the Magicienne and
March 22, 1 ns 9 t
tion. The aborigines are wild, utterly the Marathon, two second-class twin- American illustrates Mt. Hood. Some the old colonel was averse to any match
Notice is hereby given that in (’ompliancp
savage and incorrigibly vindictive. The screw cruisers. The Wallis system com
with the provisions of the act <»f <•«»«i< <.f
dwarfs—called Wambutti—are worse I prises an engine-room telegraph, a revo gon to prepare an article descriptive of peremptorily forbade Davis from visiting
June 3, 1878,entitled “An act fortLv ale
his quarters except in an official capacity,
still, far worse. Animal life is likewise lution order telegraph and a steering tel this state. It is as follows:
timber lands in the states <»f <’alifomi.i,
“By the completion of the Northern lhe lovers managed to see each other by
so wild and shy that no sport is to be en egraph, the principle being the same in
All s I zoh from 22 calibre
Oregon, Nevada rnd Washington terri
to 45 calibre.
le. ra”w.®y, Oregon was provided stratagem, however, ami one morning at
joyed. The gloom of tlie forest is per each case. The engine-room telegraph 1
” Henry Troeger, of Portland. <■ unity
petual. The face of the river, reflecting | consists of a combined transmitter and with the veins and arteries necessary daylight they were missing. The house
of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this
All prices from
hold was instantiv aroused, the servants
tiled in this office his sworn statement
reply indicator, inclosed in a case mount
J. P. CALBREATH.
No 449, for the purchase of the - w '« of
somber. The sky one-half of the time ed on a pedestal. This instrument has a now growing and extending and expand interrogated r.nd a search made, but
section No. 10, in town hip No. 2 south,
every day resembles a wintry sky in dial, around which the orders to be ing its resources to a remarkable extent
Stand without a
prizes at Target T
range No 6 west, ami will ofi.*r proof to
of the stable was open, four horses were
England; the face of nature arid life is transmitted alv
rival for a<<u-
distinctly marked, ¡uiu
and a a I ecuhar difficulties were offered to the gone, and their tracks indicated a hastv
show that the land sought is more vnhinhlc
fixed and joyless. If the sun charges | handle at the back turns the pointer to construction of a railroad through this
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
for its limber or «ton? than for agri« uhural
< j»oweron lanru
<>f Tiflis J'iit to-
country, owing to the extraordinary departure, further examination of the
through the black clouds enveloping it, the desired command..
NV or small Kame
¡Hiruoses, ami to establish hi claim to -a»<l
M c M innville ,
■ O regon ,
and a kindly wind brushes the masses of
The moving of the handle or lever fieaks of nature in this volcanic district premises showed that Lieutennant George
land before the register and rc<civerof this
office at Oregon City, Oregon ott Thursday,
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
Dealer in All Kinds of Watches. Jewelry, Plated Ware. vapor below the horizon and a bright gives the “attention” signal to the engi-
We guarantee '
the 20th day of June, 18X9.
light reveals our surroundings, it is only neet. The engineer putting his lever course through the vast plain of South Dubuque, la., and Miss Street, daughter
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE, OR.
He names as witnesses : 1 M Stark, J II
!° tAjitahze 11s with a short-lived vision of over causes a bell lobe sounded on the eastern Washington, has offered an al of General Street, had likewise suddenly |
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
Pankin, W E Jacobs and W S Rnntyon, all
brilliancy and beauty of verdure.
bridge, which calls attention to the fact most impassable barrier. Its canon lias
Portland, Multnomah county. Or<*g«*n
Lmenng from the forest finally, we I that he is acknowledging the order and a depth of 4000 or 500 feet, and the cliffs
Auv and all persons claiming adversely
all became enraptured. Like a. captive repeating it back. The revolution tele- are so precipitous as to baffle the efforts man, woman and child in the village
the alM>ve-<les< rilM‘<l lands are req tie-n <1 tb
unfettered and set free, we rejoiced at graph is a simple means of transmitting of the most intrepid mountaineer, while knew all about the runaway match.
tile their claims in this office on or b- fore
^M c M innville .
O regon .
Colonel Taylor was enraged and de
20th day of June, inns
^ght of the blue cope of heaven, and free- to the engineer the number of revolutions the stream itself is not navigable. Na
IN THAT LINE.
W T BI RNEY
Iv bathed in the warm sunshine, and at which the commander wishes the en-
Office and residence on I) street. All
calls promptly answered day or night.
Ask your dealer to show
all descriptions movodd and care aches and gloomy thoughts and unwhole- gine to run. The admiral may signal to
some ideas were banished. You have the fleet that he is goingat seventy revo-
ful handling guaranteed.
heard how the London citizen, after lutions, which signal has to be repeated finger more striking than here. Vast his daughter’s disobedience.
Timber land, net .him- 3, 1878.
DR. J. C. MICHAUX
I nastrateci Catalogue sent ■
Collections will be made mouthv
months of devotion to business in the gas- to the engineers, in order that all the barren plains, broad navigable rivers years past. “Old Zach” was in com
FREE on application.
Notice for Publication.
ItSMI aiding of a 1 kinds done cheat
eous atmosphere of that great city, falls vessels may keep inline with the flag- roaring torrents, rushing through im mand of the I nited States armv in Mex
L anp OrricE at Oregon City,Or., »
mto raptures at sight of green fields and ship. The steering telegraph is another passable canons, lofty mountains and ico and serving under him was Colonel
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
March 29th, 1 -sn.i
hedges, meadows and trees, and how liis application of the same principle. The fertile valleys on the western coast, are Jefferson Davis at the head of the famous
Notice is hereby given -hut in compliance
r. O. liox 20 Z?,
crowding 011 his dazed senses, | transmitter and receiver are similar to some of the characteristics which, from hirst Mississippi Rifles. At the battle of
the act of congress of
are indesenbab.e. Indeed, I have seen I those of the engine-room telegraph, the their size, appal the visitor.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
June 3, 1878. entitled "An act forthe sale of
East of the Cascade mountains, Ore with glory, but Davis while leading one
a Derby day once, and I fancied then latter being ingeniously attached to the
J an. 21. ’88.
timlier lands in the stales of < alifornia.
that 1 only saw mad men, for great beard- rudder, which makes the record auto- gon is a sterile plain with no vegetation of its charges, at a critical moment fell
Oregon, Nevada, amt Wa-bington terri
McMinnville, ed, hoary-headed fellows, though well matically.
save the sage brush, the dwarf pine and severely, and it was supposed, mortally
lory," William II Adkins, of Ori gan < ity.
M c M innville national bank .
wounded. He was borne from the field,
county of Clai kainas. state of Oregon, lias
----- Keeps constantly on band----
this day tileil in this office his swoni stalc-
retie fashion, amazing me quite. Well, wheel, which in the fighting tower of an lakes in the southern portion, winch, and that evening General Taylor,mounted
m ’MINNVILLE, OREGON.
nient No. 516, for the purchase of the n I 2 of
on this 5th of December we became sud- iron clad is directly under the command- however, are mostly alkaline and mar on Old Whitney, paid him a visit. Dis
w 14 of section No 26, in township No. 2
denly smitten in the same manner. Had er’s control, he has at his disposal a ter- shy. The country is dreary and monot mounting, he stepped to the Colonel's
Transacts a General Banking Business,
range No. 6 west and will offer proof
highest price paid for fat cattle, sheep hogs you seen 11s you wouid have thought we rible and decisive weapon once it is put onous. In the region of the Columbia
to show that the land «ought i« more valu
“Jeff,” he said, “you have saved the
W. COW LS
had lost our senses, or that ‘Legion’ had into motion. Projecting a number of feet tributaries at the north, howeyer, the
its timber or atone than for agricul
40 Per Cent, tural pur|ioRes. and tocstablisli lii» < l.-iim
entered and taken possession of us. We in advance is the ram attachment, its country is more attractive, and the val day with your glorious rifles; now, let
Vice President..............LEE LAUGHLIN
to said lamí before the register and receiver
raced with our loads over a wide, un- proportions and deadly qualities con
«Cashier............................ CLARK BRAL\
of this office at Oregon City, Orr'pon, on
tented held (like an English park for the cealed under water. Emerging from trees. The woods abound in game, and by which he always called his daughter)
Monday, the 24th day of .turn-,
softness of its grass), and herds of buff- whirling clouds of battle, guided by the
»Sells exchange on Portland, San Fran
lie names as witnesses ; Ceorge Bromrli
of Sieht«. Rifles, etc.
alo, eland and roan antelope, stood 011 will of the commander, the great fabric, mountain sheep and wolves make this
cisco and New York.
Sample rooms in connection.
and Allmrt Blount, of Oregon City,
From that moment, through the war,
either hand with pointed ears and wide impelled by the combined strength of region a paradise for hunters.
county, and Jo«« pb I'etch mid
Interest allowed on time deposits.
and, indeed, until the death of President
Middlefield, Ct. James Henry, of North Yamhill, Yambill
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
human beings yelling with joy as they is- glowing and steam hissing, the cruise: physical characteristics, in climate, in Taylor, the warmest friendship existed
county; all of Oregon.
Any and all pcrs<»us claiming adversely
OUc. ‘"e , : , depths of the forest.
rushes straight forward prepared to fertility and in every respect from the between the old companions in arms.
IDEAL RELOADING TOOLS
Is now fitted up in first class order.
the above-descrilxHl lands are requested to
reigon described above. It posesses the
. e P°6re<l out on the plain a frantic I crash into its opponent.
their claims in this office on or Ix-forc
multitude, but after an hour or two wc be-1 A single hand guides the modern en- traces of volcanic action found in tlie
said 24th davof June, Isstr
Accommodations as good as can be came
an orderly column. In the enip- gine of war that the next instant may be eastern plains, and there are evidences
W. T. BUKNEY,
and Shot Cuns.
found in the city.
tied villages of the open country we pro- tearing and rending solid oak and steel in the vast terraces which rise in succes
B eet tv the Won.» Rend
The journalist prepares a leader; the
ceeded to regale ourselves on melons, plates that have afforded protection and sive levels toward the top of the lofty
and Ornameiital rainier
for Illublratcd Descriptive E
8. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
buoanas and plaintams and great pots a home for hundreds of brave men. To
The journalist has the most dignity;
IDEAL MF’G CO.,
M c M innville , O regon .
full of wine, rhe fowls, unaware of the inflict such a blow involves the life or arm of Puget Sound extended as far as
New Haven, Conn. *
it. W. AYER A SON, <»ur Hi’Ur .nz .1
presence of a hungry mob, were knocked death of the entire ship’s company, and the lower valley of the Willamette. The the newspaper man has tho most gall. ’or. 1064 G
down, plucked, roasted or broiled; the with the destruction and sinking of the climate of the coast is tempered by the One aspires to advise statesmen, enlight
goats, meditatively browsing or chewing iron clad hundreds of 1 ill man beings are warm currents of the Pacific from Japan, en cabinets and instruct senates, where
THE STANDARD TROTTING STALLION.
Paper Hanging and
the cud, Here suddenly seized and Jecap- ushered into eternity. It is a fearful res- and the abundance of rain and the natu- as the other aims to print tho news,
¡tated, and the grateful aroma of roast ponsibilitv to assume, a tremendous aral fertility ot the soil have rendered draw little morals and make some money.
The journalist has a great head on
meat gratified our senses. An abund power to be vested in the hands of one tliis district very rich in vegetation.
Prompt Attention to Orders from
ance, a prodigal abundance, ot the good man, and well may the commander of a The valleys ol the many streams and him, but the newspaper man has got a
things had awaited our eruption into the modern cruiser pause, weighing all the rivers which abound in this section are bushel of horse sense.
The journalist is half a philosopher
grass land Every village was well stock mighty considerations involved, ere he most ot them fertile. The Rogue river,
ed with provisions, and even luxuries immures himself in his fighting tower, which has cut its way to the coast through and half a bore, but the newspapei man
Will Make the Season of 1889,
long denied to us. Under such fare the wherein lies life or death, only to be let a deep cannon, is very beautiful and is is half an adventurer and half a patriot
is very heavily timbered. A number who knows a good thing when he sees it
men became most robust, disease healed loose at his will and bidding.
IN THE COOK HOUSE,
of placer mines have been established I and wants the exclusive right to publish
as if by magic, the weak became strong,
.Stocked with the Choicest Wines, laq-
along its shores, and much gold has been it in one regular and four extra editions.
and there was not a goee-goee nor a chick
The journalist hates slang, and the
Some Good Advice.
ors and (’¡gars— Pomcstic and Imported.
taken from the sand and gravel of its
en heart left. Only the Babusesse, near
newspaper man thanks God and the
the main Ituri, were tempted to resist
Tixe ZBest Eo-r in. tlie City
when he gets onto a new phase.
‘‘Portland is the principle city of Ore
ti e invasion.”
Yamhill County, Oregon.
At the late election on the prohibitory
WM. MARTIN. Proprietor.
The journalist understands the situa
amendment a Chelsea man on going to gon. Its population in 1880 was 17,577,
the polls was confronted by a lady who
DES( KIPTION AND PFDIGKEE:
Tlie Genuine Shetland Pony.
may be seen the beautiful cone-shaped knows lots about the United States and
said to him:
DICK FLAHERTY is a chestnut, small «trip and Motiv): ho by Young Morrill.
The real Shetland pony is only thirty
in face, one white anklo: stand* 16 hands high;
‘‘Young man, are you married?”
Dick Flaherty’s dam. Bell Drew, 1; km pared a
and admiration of all travelers, and tion.
weighs 1150 pounds: winner of the 2:40 class at mile fn 2:30. by Dodd's Nfdnon. by John Nelson
or at most forty iuches high. Those
Cail be Found at The
The journalist has a classical educa City View Park. Heptember 13, I xkm . defeating 187; 2d dam by ButtertkM’a St.Clair: 3d dam
which rises from the vast plains to a
commonly seen in this country are from
“Have you a family?”
height of 11,225 feet, solitary in its gran tion, but the newspaper man can write a Maud Knox. Oneco. Oleander and Harvest in dy Blackleg, by Bfarget'a Rattler: 4th duiu by
the north of Ireland, being bred with the
three straight heats. This was Die»*« first and Jack Hiwkm', by Boston; 5th dam by CM Kt.
horses there, and are larger than the real
“Then take this yes ballot and cast it, deur and standing like a sentinel watch four line head in four minutes and make only race, at which lime he he made his record < i r.
Shetland for the genuine pony is difficult and you will find it all the better for your ing over the destinies of the city. Its the lines fit the type. The intelligent of 2:30.
Sired by Fearaanght, Jr,
Fearnanght, Jr., dam llaldee, by Old Colom
summit extends to the reigon of perpetu - compositor says the journalist is “a he by Fearnaught 112, record 2:23*4. (winner bua; *2d dam by Harri*’ llambletonian; 3d dun.
to rear. Toe country of which he is a , family and your home.”
Boston Girl, a celebrated 3 urie trotter, «n Old
native is bare, and the farmer is sharp, I “Madam” said the young man, are you
j nephew of the proprietor,” but the news- ing George Palmer, Col. Mayuard. American Alklallah.
and when the little creatures survive the i married?”
Full Stock of Musical Instru
rigors of the climate, and the effects of: “Yes, sir.”
.Miss Kate Drexel, the heiress, worth j Tlie journalist turns loose many lucu
ments and Stationery Always
Study thin horse’« breeding. Besides being a trotter himself, he comes from
having so little to eat, the farmer values
“Have you a family?”
$0,000,000 has retired from the world and brations, but the newspaper man says trotting ancestry.
him so highly he only sells him at a high
is now a Sister of Mercy in the convent j one murder is worth two embezzlemerits
price. It costs a great deal to ship them
“Then give those ballots to some mar. at Pittsburg. It is possible that, upon
' and a divorce suit is fatter than a ser-
TEIS1.ZCS: Tc Insure,
and they die on the vovage, all of which and go home and attend to your family
the expiration of the probationary period
goes to account for there being so few I and it will be all the better for everv- of six moutes, she may conclude to go in ! mon. When the journalist dies the
Mares bred by »eason payable July lut: maw bred by in» ire nee payable when m area are
newspaper man pays his funeral expen- known tn be with foal. For further information add re»-:
of them among us.
I body.”—Boston ("owner.
to the world again.
I ses.— New York Pre»».
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
We Notice a Few oí Our Properties
Lots in the Oak Park addition on the Installment
Besides Town Property of all descriptions.
We can only give a very small proportion
of our properties. Should any thing in
this list interest you, address us, giving
number on list and we will forward you
If yon wish any information regarding
our County, do not fail to write us. All
your questions will be answered cheerfully
and to the best of our ability.
FETZER & HIGH,
Our Goods $
ZD x a 37- zxx e rx.
J. S. HIBBS. Pro.
All Meats of Best Quality,
The St. Charles Hotel.
Commencing April 1, Ending July 1,
AT M MINNVILLE FAIR GROUNDS.
Boot & Shoe Dealer.
CHAS. WOODS. Manager. McMinnville, Oregon.