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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1889)
TELEPHON Established Ju ne. IS
M c M innville . O regon , F riday ,
Consolidated Feb. I, 1889.
ONLY THE VOTE TO COME.
Babies of the World.
Tile Figlit for tlie Oregon Trans ! Wonderful Discoveries by the
Notice is hereby given that the under
It has been computed that between
Commissioner Tanner Claims the
signed has been by the County Court for
Yamhill County. Oregon duly appointed
36,000,000 and 37,000,000 babies are l>orn
Right to Dismiss Pension
administratrix of the Estate of A. it. Hod
It is seldom that a railr ad or itsaffairs
For many years since the perfection oi into the world each year. The rate of
deceased All persons, therefore, hav
occupies at the same time a prominent I the telescope, tHe lieavens have been so production is therefore altotit 70 a min
ing any claims against said Estate, will pre
them to me, dulv verified, at the office
K ingston , N. Y., May 17.—Special place in the courts and Wail street, but closely studied by the astronomers that ute, or rather more than one foi every
of J E. Magers, McMinnville. Oregon, on
Examiner F. W. Keam, of the pension such, however, is the case with the Oie- every detail within tiie read» of tlieir in beat of the clock. With the one-a-sec-
or before six months from this date
Dated Mav 22, 1889.
bureau, is in receipt of tiie following des gon and Transcontinental, and it was struments is recorded and known to all. ond calculation every reader is familar,
MARGARET M. HODSON,
caused bv tire fight for the control of the It is therefore not exjiected by scientific but it is not every one who stops to cal
W ashington , D. C., May 13.
J. E. M KU EKS,
corporation, which was practically ended men that the Lick telescope, even though culate what this means when it comes to
F. W. Keam, Special Examiner:
May 23: 29.
Your services will be dispensed with when the stock transfer books were closed its power is 40 ]>er cent, greater than any a year’s supply. It will probably, there
LOAN BROKERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC ANO SEARCHERS of RECORD. from and after May 20, 1889, to which at 3 o’clck. May 17, in Wall street.
other telescope yet made, will at once fore. startle a good many to find out on
Notice for Publication.
date you are granted leave. Forward at
The opposing dans, whose chiefs are reveal wonders that will greatly advance the authority of a writer in The Hoepilal,
once by express to this bureau all gov respectively Henry Villard and Elijah tiie science of astronomy. It has opened that could the infants be ranged in a line
O ffice at Oregon Citv. Or., I
ernment property in your possession. All
May 14, 1889 (
expense necessary to reach your home Smith, botli claimed the victory, but a new field beyond the reach of other tel of cradles seven deep they would go
Notice is hereby given that the following-
must incurred on or before May 20,1889. several days will elapse before the rolls escopes, and that field is lieing carefully around the globe. We have the ingen
nained settler has tiled notice of his inten
J ames T anner , Commissioner.
are completed. Even then it may be studied every hour that is available. ious conclusion also that supposing the
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim ami. that said proof will In» made
Mr. Keam has served as special exam hard to tell who is Bucsessful until the Stars are seen in every part of the heavens little ones to grow up and the sexes to
be equally divided, we should have an
befon* the County Judge, or in his absence
iner for the Hudson River district, which election on June 17. Mr. Villard’s sec that were never revealed before. Stars army
before the County Clerk of Yamhill ixmiitv,
of a hundred tunes as large as the
comprises I’utnam, Dutchess, Greene retary, who is also a director in the com that all other instruments show to He sin forces of thu British empire, with a w ife
at McMinnville, Oregon, on Friday. July 12,
ISM, viz :
! and Ulster counties, since April 1, with panv, yesterday claimed that his chief gle, are by the great telescope proved to in addition to every soldier. The same
No. 1—310 acres, 3J4 miles from McMinn
WILLIAM I ROBERTSON. .
writer looks at the matter in a still more
ville; finely improve«, good buildings ; wa acres good Jimber land. Price. $6,000. <»nc- headquarters here. Prior to tirât date he controlled enough stocks to secure the lx? double or multiple. Many classified picturesque light. He imagines tiie ba
Homestead Entry No. 4003. for the s
ter pit* <1 to bou>e and barn. Price.$10.569. third cash ; balance, one to two years’ time, was stationed at Poughkeepsie. He had election of his Beard of Directors, and nebulae are resolved into clusters of stars
w )4 ami the n e *4 of s w 1-4 of station 20. t
bies being carried past a given point in
for cash or lumber.
One-third cash: easy tenns.
passed tiie ¿Ivil-service examination and of course, his own re-election as president. and will be so recorded in future cata their mothers’ charge one by one and the
2 s, r 5 w
No. 2—210 acres, 3 miles from McMinn
No, 50—100 acres, eight miles from Mc served eight months in the pension office On the other hand, Elijali Smith’s friends logues. The first night tiie telescope was procession being kept up continuously
lie names the following witnesses to prove
ville; well improved; running water. Price. Minnville.; 30 aeres plow land, balance tim
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
boasted that when tne June election was
$9,000. One-third cash ; balance, easy terms. ber and pasture; 100 acres lenced. small or at Washington before being sent into the held , Mr. Villard and his party would be pointed to the planet Saturn, Mr. Keel night and day until the last comer in the
of, said land, viz;
twelve months has passed by. A suffi
field. He has sent the following protest greatly surprised at tire result.
Geo L Riggins, Geo Davis. T. B Rob
er discovered a division in tHe rings that ciently liberal rate of speed is allowed, purity, strength ami wholesomeness. More
No. 5-four 20 acre tracts 2\i miles from chard; warranty deed. Price, $950.
and Bert Bowers, all of North Yam
McMinnville. Price, $890 i»er tract. One-
However this may be, it is certain that no other telescope is powerful enough to but even witli these babies in arms going economical than the ordinary kinds, and hill, Yamhill
No. 2, B—Furniture and undertaker’s to Commissioner Tanner :
be sold in competition with multi
stock and good will of business, invoice
S ir : 1 have the honor to acknowledge during the last few days, there has been reveal. This discovery has since been past 20 a minute, the reviewing officer cannot
tude of low test, short weight alum or phos
Any person who desires to protest against
No. 10 live 10-acre tracts, 2 mile* from price on goods, easy terms; satisfactory the receipt of your telegram of tiie 13th great demand for the stock, an it has repeatedly verified by all the astronomers would only have seen a sixth part of the phate powder. Sold only in cans. K oval the allowance of such proof, or who knows
reasons for selling.
McMinnville. Price. $50 per acre.
inst., and in reply to state that I most commanded a high premium. Most of
infant le host file onward by the time he B aking P owder C o . 106 Wall St.. N. Y, of any substantial reason, under the law
at the observatory. In one of l’rof. Hol
and regulations of the interior department,
No. 11—15 acres, with good bouse and
No. 8. B- 635acres 2 miles from postoilice. emphatically object to being relieved it was in the hands of the leaders on den’s reports last'year he stated that an had been a year at his post. In other
either side, who held onto it. The pre
why such proof should not I m » allowed, will
words, the babies that had to be carried
bar.», chicken house, etc., tine orchard; 2 1-2 2 houses, one barn, living water, 400 acres : from duty as therein notified.
l>e given an opportunity at the above men
Wo have the Exclusive Control ci
miles from McMinnville. Price, 1.700. One- plow land ; price $15 per acre, balance time
I have been appointed under the civil- mium Thursday was from 1 tot! per cent,
when the work began would lie able to
time and place to » ross-examine the
half cash ; balance, three years.
secured by mortgage on the premises
service rules, and there has been noth above the market prices, and yesterday
toddle onward by itself when a mere
witnesses of said claimant, and to otter evi
No. 12—170 acres adjoining the town of
ing in my conduct inconsistent therewith.
in rebuttal of that submitted by
No. 3—30 acres two and one-half miles I have never been on tiie delinquent list,
McMinnville; with extra good buildings,
Many operators acting on the theory This is well illustrated by a recently-re saluting post; and when trie years supply
large orchard ami land of liest quality. from postoffice, house of five rooms, barn and have never had any cases charged that when the books closed it would be ported discovery of a change in the rings of babies was tapering to a close, there
W T BURNKY.
Price. $75 jmt acre. $7.000 cash : balance, 24-30, living water on premises, all firstclass to me for faulty work. I think the record known which partv was ahead anil that of Saturn, showing a wl.ite region near would be a rearguard, not of infants, but
(May 24-21 )
land; price, $1500.
of the pension office will bear me out in the defeated party would unload its stock the place where tiie shadow of the planet of romping boys and girls. They would
No. 13—.555 acres. 10 miles from McMinn
No. 7—110>£ acres four and one-half miles tiie statement that I have treated a pub had sold the stock short. But nobody falls oil the rings. This discovery was have passed in fact out of the niatcrnal
ville; 2 houses, 4 barns; this is one of the from McMinnville, well improved, goodjbuild-
Notice for Publieiitioii.
made in Germany and quickly tele
ln*st stock farms in the County.
Price. ings, schoolhouse on one corner of farm; lic office as a public trust and fulfilled its got out, and the result was that after the graphed ail over (lie world. Saturn was arms into the hands of the school teacher.
duties faithfully, and the veterans in my delivery hour, notices were received by
Every moment of nearly seven years
$7,500. One-half cash; balance, terms to price, $45 per acre, two-thirds cash.
L\ND Ol H< E AT OliEi.ON (’ITT,«
district will sustain me when I say that I the Chairman of the Stock Exchange to at once the “observed of ail observers,” would be required to complete the pa
Oregon, April 24, 1889. f
No. 9—House of live rooms and % acre executed the duties of my office liberally buy in Oregon and Transcontinental and two American astronomers, in tlieir rade of the little ones that in the course
No. 14—510 acres, 11 miles from McMinn
Notice is hereby ¡riven that the following-
ville; this farm has good buildings of all in McMinnville, chicken house, barn, wood and impartially; that I have sought under the rules on account of the shorts. enthusiastic haste, observed the reputed of a twelvemonth begin to play their
has tiled notice of her inten
kinds necessary for the farmer ami stock shed, etc.; price, $650.
truth ; have done justly, openly and hon- Tiien there was a wild scramble, and change, and the telegraph announced part in the first ago of man.— Lerih Mer
tion to make final proof in support of iter
their verification of the discovery, The cury.
raiser; running water. Price, $18 per acre.
claim, and that said »roof will he made be
No. 10—20 vacant lots at prices ranging
Lick telescope while allowing fine details
Part cash ami easy terms.
fore the county judge, or, in his absence,
from $100 to $150 per lot, 00x120 feet, con the law ; and have acted in harmony high figures. The price jumped to (ill, on Saturn that are beyond tiie reaclt of
No. 16 -800 acres, 7 miles from McMinn veniently located; easy terms.
before the county clerk of Yamhill county,
with the magnanimous spirit that char then to 61%, 61% and 62. At the same
ville; about 50 head of cattle and horses,
at McMinnvile, Oregon, on Friday June 28,
acterizes tiie conduct of tiie democratic time the stock was selling in the regular of any other telescope, reveals no abnor
besides hogs, goats, farming machinery,
No. 11—Relinquishment of claim to 157’4 party toward the soldiers who risked way at 34%.
etc. Price, $21,000. One-fourth cash ; bal acres, ten miles from McMinnville, has for their lives for their country in its hour
Among the fine and distinguished lit
and proves the discovery’ a mistake.
Snu don’t have to offer a prlre to Mil thli
ance, time to suit
improvements- large bouse 20x35, barn of peril.
widow of William E Wright, deceas<sl,
the buildings in the neighborhood brok \\ itli such a watchful guardian of the erary women, of whom New Orleans
Goods, for it» the BEST HADE. Every Can hold»
No. 17—100 acres. 7 miles from McMinn 40x65, 9000 feet fencing, etc.; price, $600.
Homestead Entry No. 4929, for the s
When I entered the government ser ers hurried to the Exchange, where a science of astronomy, the observers will should be extravagantly proud, none
ville; very best valley land. Price, $45 per
of section 12, t3 s, r 2 w.
ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
No. 17—House of 8 rooms with 8 lots in vice I did not surrender my political lib crowd of hundreds of excited men howled soon learn to be careful in announcing ranks higher than brilliant Mother Aus
’ addition. Good barn, etc. Loca erty. I have opinions firmly seated, and and yelled in front of the rostrum as tlieir discoveries. An astronomer who
prove her ami her dec<‘as<‘d husband’s con
No. 18—348 acres. 0 miles from McMinn Johns
tin, Superior, not only of the schools,
ville, well improved, water in every field,
said land, viz;
ing them. When I praised the adminis dred shares were bought at 62, and the cataloguing tiie nebulae, sent to Mr. convent3 and asylums directed by the
buildings good orchard. Price, $30 per acre. Price, only $1700.
M c M innville , ore .
John W Winters, A 8 Vaughn, Jas New
No. 9, B—360 acres, 2 miles from McMinn tration of the pension bureau under Gen. excitement culminated when a hundred Barnard the position of one he had just Sisters of Mercy in this city, but through
No. 19—100 acres. 1 mile from postofficc.
man and Wm Garland, all ot Middleton,
ville: £<>od buildings, desirable location, 250 Black I did merely what it deserved. shares were sold at 64%, 29% points discovered, asking him to examine it. out Louisiana and Honduras. Those who
Price, $45 per acre. One-half cash
Mr. Barnard finds four nebulae in tiie field
No. 20 - 62 acres, 6 miles from McMinn acres in cultivation. Price, $30 per acre; Gen. Black must be recognized by every above the regular market price, repre
Any person who desires to protest against
have had the privilege of meeting this
ville, 1 mile from postoffice. Price, $50 per terms, $5,000 cash, balance easy payments. thoughtful person as tiie true friend of senting a difference of $2,962.50 on that butnone in the position indicated. He re talented and charming lady are full of ad
of such proof, or who knows
acre. One-half cash.
No. 10. B—105 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Mc tiie soldier, the founder of the liberal order alone. That was however the last ports this fact to the astronomer, giving miration for the manifold gilts she pos
of any substantial reason under the law
and regulations of the Interior Department,
No. 21—Saw mill, 10 miles from McMinn Minnville, land of very best quality; price, policy which marked his administration
In the fifteen minutes between the first and telling him to take his choice as to sesses. An able financier, a wonderful
ville, capacity 10,000 feet per day ; all com $40 per acre, one-third cash, balance in two and which is to mark succeeding admin
Jrn!iU?K' r,e“man»i>tP, Correspondenee Buoi why such proof should not I h ‘ allowed, will
plete ami now working full crew . orders for I years.
Whatever ]xjlitical utter and last order 1,300 shares exchanged which one is his, and lie (Mr. Barnard) disciplinarian and a devout religeuse,
LFT“ 1»ra®U®ally taught al th be given an opportunity at the al>ove men
tioned time and place to cross-examine the
ances 1 made last fall. I made no state hands at an average advance of about 27 will take the rest. It is doubtless well she combines with such sterling qualities
witnesses of said claimant, and to otter evi
ments but what were facts and can be points, representing a balance of about known to most readers that in the occul
dence in rebuttal of that submitted by
$34,000 against the short interest. Among tation of a star by the moon the light of
and numerous in
I will state in conclusion that I am a those who were caught were Hatch & a star is instantly’ extinguished and as an immense the property
W T. BURNEY,
abbess would find small lundreds of our
democrat, always have been and always Kendall, Randall & Woerum and Frank quickly comes in view when the moon stitutions,
ex|>ect to be; that I have performed no Savin & Co., while it was said that Rus
act in my office that I am not proud of, sell Sage, Woerishoffer & Co., Von Hoff
Timber Laud., Act .lune 3, IK7K
and tliat I do not consider my removal man & Co., “Deacon” S. V. White and the other edge of the moon, which would numerable magazine anil newspaper ar
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justified by any act of mine or called for other large concerns had seen the storm be the case if the moon had an atmos ticles, a volume treating of the history of
by anything in my record with the de brewing and settled their short interest phere. These observations are valuable her powerful order is produced every
Om< E nt Oregon 4'itv. Or., I
at from 7 to 10 percent, above the market for determining the exact position of tiie
March 22, 1KIW i
and it, was calculated that it took neailv moon, which they give to a tenth of a “Leaves from the Annals of the Sisters of
F. W. K eam , Special Examiner.
Notice is hereby given that in couipliance
Mercy” is just from the press, and is en
W asuingtox , May 17.—Pension Com
with the provision., of tiie act of congress of
The court end of the fight between occultation of a prominent star, and no tertaining and delightful reading from a
June 3. 1S7X, entitled \t, H' t for Ils- -ale of
missioner Tanner’s attention being called Elijah Smith and Henry Villard was ticed that only a part of the light was literary point of view
To complete the
timber lands in the states of t'utmnmn.
by a correspondent to-night to a report practically ended Saturday in favor of the I first extinguished, followed an instant fifth and last volume Mother Austin, who
Oregon, Nevada rnd Washington terri
a great traveler, proposes visiting Cali
tory,” llenry Troeger, of Portland, county
that Special Examiner Keam, of Kings former by Henry Villard promising that later by the ba’ance. This star appeared is
of Multnomah, state of Oregon, lias this
tiie other edge of the moon in the fornia some time in July. The scenes
ton, N. Y., refused to be removed and lie would not issue the $10,000,000 addi at
tiled in this office his sworn statement
tional stock of the Oregon Transconti same manner, so lie was led to conclude are laid out principally on the Pacific
No 44!*, for the purchase of the s w .,f
took shelter under the civil-service act, nental to the detriment of the company that the star was double, although no coast, and accuracy is one essential qual GALLERY^TARGET RIFLES
section No. 10, in township No. 2 south,
the commissioner expressed the decided or to control the election. Early in the telescope had ever shown it as such. ity of her writings.
range No <i west, and will otter proof to
The best and simplest
sliow that the land sought is more valuable
opinion that Mr. Keam, whoever he morning Wager Swayne, counsel for Mr. Burnham tiien pointed the great tel
to the erratic star and it was
for its timber or stone than for agricultural
might be, would go, notwithstanding the Elijali Smith and E. R. Bell obtained an escope
purposes, and to establish his claim to said
order from Judge Barrett to examine found to be double.— Cleveland Leader,
tana before trie register amt receiver of litis
Henry Villard before the injunction in
The McMinnville electric light plant
office at Oregon City, Oregon on Thundav.
“It is true,” said he, “that the special the afternoon.
K1111 F<?ur Miles a Minute.
'Alt11 day of June, 18X9.
examiners now enter the service under
At the hour when the examination of
He names as witnesses: T M Stark. J H
tiie ball rolling. A list of towns lighted
the civil-service act, but any government Mr. Villard was to begin his counsel were
Baukin, W E Jacobs and W S Rnntyon, all
A new scheme of transportation is to by electricity, and the cost per lamp is
employee may be removed from any before Judge Barret, in Supreme Court
of Portland, Mnltnoinali county, Oregon
Vh\ All sizes from 22 calibre
branch of the service in spite of it. I Chambers, asking that the order of the be introduced between New York and appended.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
to 45 calibre.
the above-described lands are requested to
cannot, without consulting the records, morning be revoked. During the legal Boston whereby, it is said, large pack
tlieir claims in this office on or leforc
distinguish Mr. Ream’s case from any sparring, Counselor Charles Wetmore ages of mail ami even cars containing
»1 C.OO up- said 20th day of June. W. 1»xx T BURNEY,
of the others, but if lie is one of the spec produced an armful of documents, letters, passengers can be whisked from one light jx*r annum, all night except moon
has won more V
light nights, and $50 per light run until
ial examiners who have been removed, I and affidavits to prove Mr. Villard’s in
Stand without a
J. F. t'Al.BREATH.
E. E. OOUCIIKR.
prizes at Target 1
don’t see that lie has any remedy. Trie tegrity and his great desire for the wel place to another, a distance of 230 miles, 12 o’clock.
i rival for aocu-
k racynml killing
long and the short of it is this : Gen. fare of the Oregon and Transcontinental. in less than an hour. This would be
Yonkers, N. Y., lias 45 2,000 candle
all other makes
Calbreath & Goucher.
of rifles put to
Timber land, act .Inn«- 3, 1M7K.
Black had been treating his staff of A new affidavit of Ilenrv Villard was read equal to a speed of four miles per min power lights, burning 4,000 hours per
lah or small game
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special examiners with great liberality, indignantly denying that he had any in ute. An experiment with the new ma year. The company sav they are losing
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
money on the contract,’ and tliev prob
and when I came into office I was con tention of controlling the election. lie
(hri<t at Oregon City,Or., '
M c M innville ,
... O regon ,
fronted witli tiie fact that if I didn’t stated that his opposition to Dillon was
March 29th, 18X!t.i
Dealer in All Kinds ol Watches. Jewelry. Plated Ware.
(Office over Braly’s Bank. )
that in compliatiw
them there would be a deficit. I dis ot the Union Pacific, in which that gen cluding Prof. A. E. Dolbear, of Tuft’s hours ix>ryear at $90 [xrr light i«r annum.
witli tiie provisions of the act of congress of
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE, OR.
Youngstown, Ohio, has 180 lights run
missed fifty and thought all was well, tleman was a controlling spirit. He of college, who announced that he was
June 3, 1878. entitled "All act for the sale of
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
on the Phil., sched. at $75.50 per light
but to-day I find that I must either dis fered to bind linnself not to use the $10,
timber lands in the states of California,
thoroughly satisfied of the success of the per year.
miss thirty or forty more or furlough 000,000 for electioneering purposes.
Oregon. Nevada, amt Washington terri
tory,” William H Adkins, of Oregon City,
Physician & Surgeon.
IN T1TAT LINE.
county of Clackamas, state of Oregon, bus
I»er year per light.
fiscal year, without pay I cannot say would make that stipulation in writing
tins day tiled in this office liis sworn state
M c M ixn ville .
O regon .
Sandusky, Ohio, 115 lights, run everv
whether any of those dismissed will be he would take it. Mr. Wetmore assured resident of this city. His machine con
Ask your dealer to show
incut No.516, fortlie purchase of the n 1-2 of
dark night, for $190 i»er light.
n w % of section No. 26, in township No. 2
Office and residence on D street. AH
range No. 6 west and will offer proof
calls promptly answered day or night.
Illustrated Catalogue sent H
made to fill the vacancies. The condi
“Then,” said Judge Barrett, “that electricity. With one horse-power it is Me; Jackson, Mich; Concord, N. II.
show that tiie land sought is more valu
ful handling guaranteed.
FREE on application.
able for its timlier or stone than for agricul
tion of affairs which made removals im takes the case out of the court and you said that one ton can be thus transported
Collections will be made mouthy
DR. J. C. MICHAUX
tural purposes, and to establish his claim
Keene, N. 11; New Britain, Conn.;
<4k-l¡aiding of a 1 kinds done chean«J|J perative made appointments impossible. gentlemen can settle it among your a distance of 1440 miles a day at a cost of Portsmouth, N. If.; Union Citv, Ind.;
said land before the register and receiver
Asr. genetal rule, in making my selec selves.” The case was then dismissed. 30 cents. This, in mail matter, would
of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on
tions for removals I selected those spec
represent some 2,880,000 letters, and by Watertown, N. Y.; Williamstown, Penn;
F. O. Box 20 E,
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
the 24th day of June. 1SMI.
ial examiners whose services seemed Garfield’s Deatli-Bedat Auction. this system packages of mail could be Petersburg, Ya.; Ottawa, Can.; North
He names as. witnesses: George Brough
to be least efficient.”
sent off every five minutes if necessary,
Pin and Albert Blount, of Oregon City,
Those who have been removed may
The historic piece of property in El tints preventing large accumulations. have contracts varying from $65 to $100
Clackamas county, ami Joseph Fetch and
Henry, of North Yamhill, Yamhill
beron, N. J., known as the “Garfield
Jan, 21, *83.
county; all of Oregon.
cottage,” in which the murdered presi pods some distance above the ground,
all persons claimii'g adversely
A Petrified Bible.
and the car will pass through coils of in
the aliove-descnbed lands are requested to
M c M innville national bank .;
dent passed the last weeks of agony sulated wire at intervals.
----- Keeps constantly on Land----
tile tlieir claims in this office on or licfons
A Round Route to Boston.
which preceded his death, was sold re
While electing an oid swamp last week
In the experiments, the carriage exhib
said 24th day of June, lxxti.
m ’ m INN VILLE, OREGON.
W. T. BI RNEY.
Senator Hale seemed a little surprised cently under the hammer, and is now ited was mounted on a wooden track, on Mr. Ma rtin Flush, living near Pleasant
posts about three feet high, with an as
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Highest price paid fur fat cattie. sheep hogs when informed by Capt. Goodall that the property of Mrs. McEvers Gosling, cent of six inches in fifty feet, and it ran Valley, discovered quite a curiosity. Sev
40 Per Cent.
on one wheel at eacli end. The scien
President........................... J. W. COW LS
carried Australian wool from this city fame. With the cottage the furniture tific principle involved is said to be that unearthed what appeared to be a stone
Vice President .......... LEE LAUGHLIN
by which a hollow coil of insulated wire liook. Close inspection showed it to be
SEND FOR TO page Oatakiguc
are forbidden from hunting
Cashier........................ CLARK BRALA
a family Bible, bearing the date 1773,
of Slphta. Rlfirn, etc.
or fishing on our premises
I 1’acfic railroad for transportation, some last illness also passed into the posses will draw a magnet into itself, anil in the plainly lettered. It is now solid lime
will I k * prosecuted to tlm
Sells exchange on Portland, San Fran
times to Canadian ports but more often sion of Mrs. Gosling, as did the Hotel such a coil cuts off the current which stone. Those who have examined the
full extent of the law.
Sample rooms in connection
cisco and New York.
L T D avis ,
A c D avis ,
to Boston. In answer to Senator Hate's Elberon and all its furniture.
goes on to tiie one ahead.—.Vrw I'ort book state that it was originally a real
G eo . O wens ,
J p Our-.-.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
E J. O wens ,
J. II H arvley .
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
ill, special master in chancery, at Tren
R edmond ,
A J N kixos .
a route. Mr. Goodali replied that it was ton, under an older issued in a suit to
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Seven Thousand Murderers.
According to Nature, a series of regula
<> B SKINNER.
•* artmax ,
Is now fitted up in first class order.
one effect of the interstate law. “Trans foreclose a mortgage for $100,000, given
C. '. A. W allace ,
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tions with regard to patents and design-
to Mrs. Gosling by tier cousin, Charles
lias just been issued in Japan. Ail in
Accommodations as good as can be
G. Franeklvn, the former ownc. of the world have heard of Port Blair, though ventors whose discoveries are beneficial,
B ust tn the W orld . Send „
J R L ongacre
fourni in the city.
property. At 3 o’clock in the afternoon
freights and fares, and in order to pre- Auctioneer Truax announced that he tiie fact that it lias 7,000 murderers or are calculated to improve existing pro
IDEAL MF’G CO.,
cesses of manufacture, may apply for let
Hoiisr Sign, and Ornamental Painter
S. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
vent the Canadian Pacific’s competition, was ready to proceed with the sale and
Kcw Haven, Conn. •
ters patent. No patents, however, wil«
I SSS_ I SLSZJilaliw Ag'n. y of M m . to
asked for a bid on tiie hotel property
N. W. AYER A •ON.'xu-auUK.Miicd •*. OM
M c M innville , O regon .
be granted in the case of articles of food
across the continent than their own tariffs first. The building, a long, two-story great i>enal colony of British India, where ordrink, or in case of medicines. In
While an agreement that a competing frame structure, will accommodate about are collected the dregs of the Indian em ventors who do not receive letters patent
line may charge lower rates than other sixty guests, and the plot on which it pire. Far out in tiie bay of Bengal, on are powerless to s.ue in respect of piracy
THE STANDARD TROTTING STALLION,
Paper Hanging and
lines reaching the same ports may be a stands has a frontage of 300 feet on the island of South Andaman live 12,000 of tlieir inventions. In order to register
way to prevent competition, it seems Ocean avenue, running back 518 feet to deported Hindoos and Mohammedans. an invention, application must be made
somewhat a circuitous way. The gen the Atlantic ocean. Thero were only two No walls surround tlieir settlement. Tliev to the Patents Bureau, and, if tiie offic al
eral understanding has rieen that the bidders—Mr. Van Peldt, of New York, work in the field and forest, and sleep in are sarisfied as to the genuineness of the
Prompt Attention to Orders from
Canadian Pacific maintained its advan who represented Mr. Franeklvn, and wooden barracks, but so well are the invention, it is registered on certain forms
tage over American roads through the Lawyer Gutlierie, of the same city, who shores guarded that there have lieen no being complied witli, and certain fees
ojieration of the interstate law’ which pro represented Mrs. Gosling. The first bid escapes by water for nine years, and, if paid. A curious omission occurs in the
Make the Season of 1889,
hibits American roads from reducing was $40,000 from which point the bids tiie prisoners flee into tiie forests, they regulations, but it is not plain whether it
THE NADJY BAR!
rates between competiting rates below were rapidly advanced until $50.000 was either perish of starvation or are cap is intentional or not. Nothing whatever
IN THE COOK HOUSE.
those maintained between points where bid by Mr. Gutberie, and tiie hotel was tured and brought by fierce natives, who is sftid as io tiie rights of a foreigner to
there is no competition. Being exempt sold at that price. The cottage and fur are handsomely rewarded fey every es- patent an invention, but it is presumed
Stocked with the Choicest Wines, Liq-
from this law tiie Canadian Pacific is at niture were tiien put up, the first bid be i c.-qied prisoner they bring to the convict that he will not be able to do so, nor has
■ors and Cigars—Domestic ami Imported.
liberty to regulate its own rates with a ing $20,000. Mr. Gutlierie got this, too, camp.
any provision been made for advertising
The Best Bar in. tiie City
Yamhill County, Oregon.
It might be supjiosed that a commun applicants for letters patent. The Pat
view to get the transportation of freight at his bid of $25,000. These prices were
WM. MARTIN. Proprietor.
lietween through ports. If it carries freight paid subject to a prior mortgage of $50,- ity which includes 7000 murderers would ents
at a loss between San Francisco to Boston 000, held by the New York Life Insur be a very unhealthy place of residence. cases submitted to it, and from its decis
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE:
it can make up for the loss by higher ance company, making the total sum Wo are informed by the keejiers, how ion there is no appeal; hut in certain ca DICK I'l.AHEBTY is a cbestuut: small atrip and Mollr): he by Young Morrill.
All I he Latest Novels
stand» 1G hands high;
rates between local points. The fact paid for trie property $125,000. This is
Dick Flaherty’« dam, Bel! Drew, han pared a
two judges sit with the bureau, and weighs 1150 pounds: winner of the 2:43 class at mile
fn 2:30. by Dodd * Nelson. by John Nelnoa
! there was some extenuating cireuin- ses
that the Canadian Pacific receives a considered a good price.
City View Park. September 13, 18»s. defeating 187; 2d dam by Butte riteId’s Ht. Clair; .3d dam
Can be Found at The
Charles G. Francklyn was at one time
Maud Knox. Oueco, Oleander and Harvest in dy Blackleg, by Bigget's Rattler; 4th dam by
helps it in competition with American agent for the Cunard line in New York ’ gallows tree, which bears a plentiful patent is to be five, ten, or fifteen years, three straight heats. This waa Dick's first and Jack Haw kin«, by Boston; Sth dam by Old Ht
which have to make tbeir own ex and was formerly a very wealthy man. ' crop in India. Life sentences in this, according to the amount paid in fees.
only race, at which time he he made hie record Clair.
Boot & Shoe Dealer. roads,
panses. It is much to be hoped that this He built the hotel and cottage about fif tHe largest penal settlement in the world,
Sired by t'earnaugbt, Jr,
Fearnaught. Jr., dam Halder, by OM f'olum
he by Fearnaught 112, record 2:23!*. (winner bus; 2d dam by Harris' Hambletonian; 3d dam.
tour of investigation may result in some teen years ago and for a time lived in the are not to be interpreted literally, anv
BoOslo in 1868. defeat Boston Girl, a celebrated 3 mile trotter, nr Old
legislation to equalize the condition be cottage. He tendered the use of it to l more than elseweere. If tiie life prisoner the poppy flower with a notched iron in j ing George Palmer. Col.
tween tiie American roads and the Cana President Garfield, who was removed 1 behaves himself for 20 years, lie knows strument at sunrise, and by the next Girl, J. J. Bradley, Myron Maynard.
I’erry. Victor Hugo
Full Stock of Musical Instru
dian Pacific.—S. F. Call.
there from Washington about a month I ho will be sent home a free man, and morning a drop or two of juice has oozed .
Study this horse’s breeding, pcudes being a trotter himso't, he comes from
ments and Stationery Always
before his death. Since that time it has j Port Blair never sees him again.— Neir out. Thisis scraped off and saved by tiie
I trotting ancestry.
A contemporary lias this startling and been occupied during each summer bv York Sun.
grower, and after he has a vessel full of
remarkable item : “Ex-Senator Riildle- the family of Augustine Smith, of Mor
it, it is strained and dried. It takes a
Tc Insure, $40; Season., $30.
berger is inclined to take a very sober ristown, N. .1. The attendance at tiie , Tiie Rev l'liillip Brooks remarks that ------------
you..« to make a pound of
view af the Republican situation in Vir sale was limited to the parties in in by taking himself to Europe this Sum- opium, and it goes through a number of Glares bred by season payable July 1st; mare* bred by iosirsnce payable when num are
known tn be with foal. I or fnrlher information address:
Third Street, McMinnville, Or.
mer he goes with a large party.
before it »s
>s ready tor market.
CHAS. WOODS. Manager. McMinnville, Oregon.
W. T. Shurtleff.
J. I. KNIGHT & CO
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
We Notice a Few of Our Properties
J. J. COLLARD,
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 yon, address us, giving
number on list and we will forward you
If you wish any information regarding
our County, do not fail to write us. All
your questions will he answered cheerfully
and to the best of our ability.
¿ á ARLIK
R epeating ri FLES
CARLIN, & HIGH
All Meats of Best Quality.
The St. Charles Hotel.
Commencing April 1, Ending July 1,
AT M MINNVILLE FAIR GROUNDS.