The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, May 31, 1889, Image 3

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    WEATHER BULLETIN NO. 12.
c . mji . t O n .
FItOM BAVARIA.
THE SANTIAM MINES.
THE GRAND ORlfeXT.
Ice cold Praia at C. Grisscn’s.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
For
Week Ending May 25, 188*1.
*
A
Letter
From
Wm.
Holl
«living
Inter
­
History of Their Discovery and First and A («rand Lodge of This Inspired Order Or­
VIA
The Derby « Edwards’ tile mill is run- 1 Ilut.
More
Rcent
Workings.
esting
Data
of
his
Trip
to
Bavaria.
ganized in Till« City.
ning.
Oregon
State
Weather
Bureau,
Co-op
­
ltoads
very
dusty.
Southern
I’
arilir
Guii|tiinfx Lines
Friday, May 31, 1889.
Special Cor to Telephon -Register
A coi respondent in the Oregonian sends
The trial of the Patent case of the West­
erating with V. S. Signal Service, central |
Monday evening, a lodge of the order
Next Sunday is Childrens Day and the
inghouse company against the Edison older folk" are preparing to give them a
A igsbirg , B avaria , M ay 10.—G en ­ office, Portland, Oregon.
in the following history of the Santiam of the Grand Orient was organised in this THE
WW SII IST I ROl’TEl
THE MARKET REPORT.
company opened in the I'niled States grand good time at this place.
tlemen : To make my promise good to
. mines. The people of this state are not city, tlie communicator lieing J. P, Gor­
The
rain
fall
has
l>een
below
the
aver
­
supreme court at Pittsburg on May 20th.
Time Between
This market report is corrected Tlinrs- Patents worth $20,003,000 a e at stake.
Now Miss Maggie Triplett takes the you I will let you know of my present age, the temjieralure lias been about or ■ as yet aware of the richness of these dig­ don of Ohio. The charter members are:
Portland and San Fmnrinco,
day noon of each week by A. J A pperson
cake with just tlie finest, best arranged whereabouts.
gins.
There
is
no
doubt
but
what
gold,
slightly above theaverageandtheamount
• ieo. W. Jones; C. W. Talmage; F. Wise­
Slight derangements of thy stomach j bequet we have received yet. It is a hon-
3» HOIKS!
PORTLAND MARKET.
I boarded a Pullman sleeper in Port­ of sunshine has lieen very much above silver, lead and cinnabar abounds both in carver; T. J. Harris; Walter Durham;.1
and bowels may often be corrected by ! ey without doubt.
.. V cental $ 1 30 to
Wheat
land
for
Nev;
York
Sunday
evening,
the
Cascade
and
Coast
ranges
of
moun-
J.
L.
Rogers;
Chas.
Fleming
J.
F.
Cal-
:
California
Express Trains Kun Daily
taking
only
one
of
Ayer
’
s
Pills.
Through
the
average.
.... V bushel 30 to
32^
(M b .
James McCain of McMinnville tvas in April 14th, and after a few stoppages in
not having the pills at hand, your disor­
V ton 20 ID to 22 50
ains. The Santiam mines better known breath. Wyatt Harris, C. Braly and H. L. BETWEEN PORTLAND ANO SAN FRAN­
Barley . .
The
effects
of
these
conditions
have
50
der increases, and a regular fit cf sick­ our town last week and did not forget to St. Paul, Chicago and other places I ar­
Heath. The officers elected were C. W.
to
Potatoes.
.................... sack 30
CISCO 1
been exceedingly favorable to crops of all as the Quarlzville mining district, Linn Talmage, Grand Orient; H. I,. Heath,
ness follows. “For the want of a nail, buy a lot of those best flies for trout fish­
LEAVE
ARRIVE
m ’ mixxvii . le market .
rived
safe
in
New
York
City.
I
have
,
county.
Or.,
were
discovered
in
1855,
or
ing
at
W.
A.
Howe
’
s.
descriptions.
Better
weather
could
not
Portland.
4.00
p
iu San’Fran
7:45 am
the
shoe
was
lost,
”
etc.
Vice
(irand
Orient;
Geo.
W.
Jones.
High
$
5
00
to
Chickens..
dozen $
sœ
Ducks ..................V dozen 700 to
Our enterprising warehouse man, J.E. very little to say in regard to the count™ fiaVe prevailed for the benefit of the grow- near that time and were worked and Priest: Chas Fleming, Grand Herald; San Fran. 7:00 p iirPortlainl.. 10:45 a m
Rudolf
Kruettner,
of
Nestucea,
a
new
­
Ixx al Passenger Daily, except Sunday
J, Harris. G. A. P. This order is
(Jeese..........
dozen 800 to 10 00
comer, lost his life by a falling tree last Swanson, went to Portland last week and which I have passed over as it would not ing crops. The recent rains which were scratched over for free gold, not knowing T.
15 to
lß
Turkevs
pound
beautiful in symbolic thought, and is de­
LEAVE.
ARRIVE
week. He had taken up a claim and purchased an engine of 40 horse power, be interesting, nearly every one in Yam- somewhat cold bad a tendency to retard anything of the silver ores of today. rived
10
9
' (Clear sides V lb.
from the ancient order of the Orient. Portland . S a A a a iu Cugene.
2:40 p in
was at work improving the same, lie and will be used to run both warehouses hill has passed over it and already have the maturity of the strawberries and clier- Later they were worked some in tunnels
8
7
B iccn ■'Shoulders V lb.
Eugene.
!t
:00
a
in
Portland
.
3:45 p Hl
The emblems arc beautiful anil convey ■
was cutting down a tiee, but walked off at this place at once, thus saving the use
10 to
11
(Hi-ins....................
an opinion. There is certainly a great I ries, and to cause the’wheat to lodge and and in open bets. These mines and pros­ grand thoughts to the iuitiated. The ' riilhiiiiii Buffet Sleepers
10
without paying further attention to it, in of one engine and lalxir.
T
1 (in 10 pd pails .
mosque
is
now
ojien
and
pilgrims
who
|
nara
•• ga||on tins #
contrast. When I left McMinnville ' g,} to too much straw,
9
pects are lying on both sides of the north
8 to
company with M. Newman, when the
Oh, how delicious they looked as they
will bo leceived by tlie order and
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
15
Eggs,
dozen
tree fell striking Mr. Kruettner and kill­ were returning from their wedding tour every cherry, apple and other fruit tree
fork and of the south fork of the Santiam enter
The
warmth
and
sunshine
of
the
past
the mysteries of the Orient revealed to
.50
Butter, ( reamery,
rofl
For accommodation of Second Clan Pas­
ing
him
instantly.
Mr.
Newman
escaped.
was in bloom and the weather had been week have matured rapidly the strawlier- riv.er, and run in a southeast and north­ them. Eleven kxlges have been organised sengers
30
last
Monday,
and
that
is
the
way
we
25 to
Butter, dull, fresh
roll
attar
lux
I to express trains.
This is a sad affair, and the second case hope they may always look. Here is our like summer. Here it is not co, and I
12 to
15
Brine ..........
pound.
riea and cherries and visibly affected the west direction, parallel veins or lodes of in Washington territory and four in Ore­ The S . P. Company’s Ferry makes con­
with
a
short
time.
—
Tillamook
Headlight.
4
to
5
Dried apples, dull, # P’F
hand, Mr. and Mrs. L. Booth. May God should judge that we are, in Yamhill, wheat and other crops favorably. Had quartz between granite and white por­ gon, one at The Dalles, Albina, Portland nection with all the’ regular trains on the
8
Dried plums, dull, V | h 1.
6 to
East Side Division from foot of F street
Horace Greeley once wrote a note to a bless you forever and ever. Amen.
8
at least six weeks or more ahead in the the weather turned suddenly hot after phyry and black slate, and about one and McMinnville. This order isdestin«*«!
6 to
Dried prunes, dull, V pd-
brotliy editor of New York, whose writ­
WEST SIDE DIVISION
8
Driedpeadies,dull, pd
ß to
the rainy sjiell the result would have been mile wide; length unknown. There is to be one of the largest in the United
While
over
in
Marion
county
last
week
season.
ing was equally illegible with his own. wo notice the grain more forward than
States.
1 10
Flour
...14 sack 1 00 to
detrimental
;
however,
the
weather
was
Between
Portland and Corvallis.
In New Yo:k I stopped three days as 1 tempered just right to harden the stock gold and silver on the west side of the
Sugars, declined >4 cent 11, 12, and 13 The recipient of the note not being able here. The fall wheat is very rank, and
To Nurserymen.
Mail Traiu Daily, except Sunday.
pounds for |1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs. read it, sent it back by the same mes­
had private business to attend to. I also and leaf and to gradually prepare them belt or zone, and galena on the cast side.
possibly
will
be
ready
for
the
binder
by
LEAVE
$1 25; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents # senger to Mr. Greeley for elucidation.
ARRIVE
Notice is hereby given to all nursery­ Portland
On the southeast side of the Santiam,
7:30 a in McMinn'. 10:13 a in
pound; coal oil. very firm, @ $2.75 $ ease; Supposing it to be an answer to his own the 20th of June. Also we noticed the visited various jxjrtions of the city, and tor the more fervent heat yet to come.
Willamette
river
at
Ray
’
s
landing
pretty
Reports
from
all
parts
of
the
state
are
salt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton,
that the Portland Investment Com­ McMinn' 10:13 a tn Corvallis . 12:25’p m
the most interesting to me was Central
the mountains and ridges run nearly east men
1
note, he was likewise unable to read it,
filled with the Narrow Gauge rail­ park.
and is very firm
1:3ll p in McMinn’
344 p in
It IO
is UHU
one V/1
of IIIV
the HIIUCl
finest 1/4*1
parks
it. Al
RO * 1 of
. a most
0*4. encouraging
'1 nature.
1-1
i Wheat , is and west, with the rivers, yet small spurs j pany desire to contract for 2,000 shade Corvallis
and said to the boy, “Go, take it back, well
McMinn'
3:25 p iu Portland .
road
’
s
cars.
There
lies
at
the
foot
of
the
<1:39 p m
have
ever
seen
and
cost
the
city
of
New
i
rom
•'*
’
to
40
inches
high,
the
heads
trees,
of
different
varieties,
to
lx*
deliver
­
what
does
that
fool
mean?
”
“
Yes
sir,
”
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
track that projects down into the river, York a large amount of money to put it about four inches long which are well run in various directions, forming deep , ed in October, 1889. For further par-
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
said the bov, “that’s just what lie says.” 4 box eais that got loose and run down
1
in its present beautiful condition.. It so formed, indicating a forty bushel yield all canyons, and are covered with timber of ticulars,
call on the undersigned at the trains of Oregon Pacific
Cream soda at C. Grisscn’s.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
Dan Gallagher and John Hawley, two into the water, which about blocks the happened that in my presence the world- over the state. In Eastern Oregon the cedar, hemlock, sugar pine and red fir, McMinnville
flouring nulls.
■
LEAAE,
I
ARRIVE
Mrs. Narver returned from a visit East old-time prospectors and and miners, re­ transfer.
known anil so well trained Chimpanzee cereals are in an excellent condition, sprinkled with larch, making thick un­
F. B arnekoff .
Portland .
1:50 p m McMinn’
R.00 p m
Fox.
turned to Deadwood from the now placer
monkey ate his dinner. It was a won­ most of the barlev and wheat have head­ dergrowth. The ledges, or veins, cross
Tuesday.
McMinn
>:45
a
m|Portland.
9:00a m
diggings thirty miles south of there on
derful sight. He seated himself at the ed out; the fruit is of fine quality and these ridges at right angles, and crop out
PUCKER VILLE.
The Ladies Delighted.
Miss Rtiss of Medford is visiting in Gold Run, having made eleven placer
Through tickets io all points South and
table in a chair like a human being, and promises to yield abundantly. In west­ at the steep points covered with moss.
this city.
East via California
and two quartz locations. A district will
Talk of a new church going up.
The pleasant effect and the jierfeet
taking a knife in his right hand aud a ern and southern Oregod the conditions
The
Galena
mining
camp
is
about
four
are
all
that
could
be
asked
for.
The
Chas. Cook is repainting his house on bo organized next Monday, a recorder
with which ladies may use the Ticket offices. No 134. corner Firut and
Miss Caroline Gilbert spent Sunday in fork in his left began to eat and enjoy yield will be greater then ever before. miles southeast, direct line or seven miles safety
1
Alder
streets.
Portland, Oregon; corner
elected
and
laws
governing
locations.
himself. He ate his soup with a spoon
Thiril street.
1
fruit laxative, Syrupof Figs, under Front and F streets, Portland
Strawberries are lieing picked and by trail from Quartzville and is a fine liquid
The diggings are dry but wonderfully this city.
and
as
occasion
required
it
he
used
n
Chipped beef sli.-<ni in any quantity, at rich and include Gold Run, and tributa­
E. P. ROGKR8
Mr. Luther Newman was seen on our napkin, and drank his milk fiom a glass. shipped by the ton ; it is especially no­ group of mines, mostly grey carbonates; 1 all conditions make it their favorite rem­ R KOEHLER,
It is pleasing to the eye and to the
<
C. Grisscn’s.
Manager.
Asst. G F. A P Agt.
ticed that they are so large, many of them yet some of them contain galena and low edy.
ries, for a distance of four miles. Joe streels Sunday.
He is a wonderful animal indeed.
grade
of
ores.
The
Queen
lias
old
marks
I
taste,
gentle,
yet
effectual
in
acting
on
On April 24th at 1 o’clock p. in. the measuring from 7 to 9 inches in circum­ of works many years ago, shows very 1 the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Teeth extracted without pain by the Waters, who discovered the diggings,
W. B. Gilbert left this city for Port­
steamship Salle of the North German ference. Cherries are rapidly maturing fine blue galena and red oxi.’.es ; has also
application of local anesthetics. G. 8. wheeled dirt a mile to water and ob­ land a few days ago.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE
tained twenty-tour ounces of gold for one
Lloyd left the wharf and I was on my but the previous cold, rainy weather a large tunnel about 280 feet long, through
Wright, dentist.
le caused them to ‘ blight somewhat. Pears
weeks work. It is shot gold though some
Miss Mamie Gilbert was in McMinn­ way to the land of my nativity. q'l
Z'..^
Tlie session laws have lieen received nuggets are as large as pigeon eggs. A ville last week visiting her sisters.
years.
The granite, porphyry and a body of blue-grey
vessel carried about 690 passengers,
D^GI n. var
» 4*1 * ­ are . setting
, •-■ more fully
-r than
_ for *
--- --------
quartz, partially crystalized, bearing gal
by tlie county Clerk.
grand rush lias been made and at least
RX)
pigs
of
c0
°*
rain
-
v
spoil
retarded
apples
slightly.
ious
kinds
of
merchandise,
3(
Mr. C. Little and wife started for Seat­
The prune and plum crop will yield ex­ ena, lead, chloride of silver, gold (native)
bullion
silver,
weighing
fiotn
1450
ounces
A niece of Wm. Galloway is visiting at two thousand people will be on the tle, Monday, on a visit to their son,
“
reaches are greatly Doubled and py rites of iron and sulphur. About
ground before Monday.—Buller City Dem­
to .s-iuu
io
3400 ounces earn,
each. Three
inree barrels
Darrels oi
of cessively.
. ,.....
his home in this city.
ocrat.
Burr Kiilder spent a few leisure hours coined gold was also carried, each barrel 'Y11 1 cul’[ le-tb which prevails in most sec­ one-half mile southeast from the Queen is
(ioo<l fresli Bread, Rolls, Doughnuts,
holding *75,003, which was being sent i j tions. All ' danger from
f
f frost
" 4 is now past a natural tunnel about thirty feet long,
With the removal of the lumber from at the mansion Thursday afternoon.
Pies and Cakes at tlie Bakery.
and with the present dampness, tlie soil which contains lead carbonates similar
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM­
the loaded wharves the Truckee Co. will
Miss Mattie Gilbert of McMinnville, is from New York to the Bank of England. and the state of the weather, the pros­ to Leadville, Col., and ore rich in silver
Hats at cost at Campbell & Fuller’s. resume active operations.
The ship carried a very fine band
This will visiting home and friends this week.
and
galena.
PANY'S STEAMSHIP LINE.
which furnished delightful music and pects for al] crops is exceedingly favor­
Two doors west of Redmond’s.
work considerable and immediate change
The old Quartzville and burnt mill are
Miss Belle Balmer, of Tillamook, was lieljied wonderfully to pass the time able.
on
the
west
side
of
the
Santiam,
and
the
Mr. C. A. Sweet formerly of this city, in our money affairs. The tie up of the in this city visiting home a few days ago. away.
A continuation of fair weather and a
2’_!.■> Miles Sliortcr 20 hours less
Our board was A No. 1, just as
“Venture” was hard on the Company
but now of Sandy, is in the city.
mo lerate temperature will prove of lien- northwest side of the parallel range with
Linn* Ilian by any other route.
and doubly hard upon our “boys,” Sev­
Miss Nellie Findlay of North Yamhill, good as; in any first-class hotel. -Iliad fit and value to all crops. In sections the river, known as the White Bull
Miss Edith Kelly of Lafayette is visit­ erance and Bowers. All hands have was the guest of Mrs. C, Little last week. only one objection to it and that was,
mountain,
is
the
center
of
the
gold
belt.
THE
CHAMPION
»'First claw tlirowgh passenger and freight
that I was deprived the use cf it for where the soil has a tendency to bake, a
ing Mrs. A. E. Young of this city.
hung on, however, with steady pluck and
lire from I ortland ami all point, in the Wil
Emery Murphy showed his lieautiful seven days on account of sea sickness few showers would prove a iienelit. The Some of the finest ledges of quartz in Blood-pnrificr, Ayer’« Sarsaparilla leads lametie
will
now
crowd
their
work
in
order
to
re
­
valley to and from San l-'iaiuhieo.
nil others in ago, merit, and popularity. It
Races will be given on the Fourth at
week wits marked for its excellent grow­ Oregon are found in this district, contain­ tones
smiling face on our streets Saturday after­ and hiccoughs.
tip the system, improves the appetite,
ing gold silver lead and tin. The White
the fairground. Look out for programme. gain lost time. Both Bowers and Sever­ noon.
We had fine weather from New York ing and maturing weather.
strengthens
the
nerves,
and
vitalizes
the
ance have a large lot of logs in the
Time Ncliedtile (exee| I Sumlava).
Bull mine was patented about eight veais
B lue E yes .
to Southampton, with the exception of
B. 8. I’ ague ,
Mrs. Hibbs of Palouse is visiting her Dougherty slough and sufficient timber in
Just what yon need. Try It.
laiave Albany. .1:30 pm Leave l’a<piioa <i:45 a.-u
ago, has several tunnels, with black sul­ Blood.
“ I am selling your goods freely, and more
about 36 hours, when midway on the
Observer Signal Service In Charge. phates of silver, blue galena, pyrites of
Leave Corvallis l;40 ¡»in l .«*aveC’or\HHK10;3j tni
grand-father, T. J. Shadden, of this city. sight to employ them for the summer.
Nature’s Music.
of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla than of all other Idood-
Arrive aquina 5:30 pm Arrive Albany 11.10 ani
ocean we passed tlirougli a severe storm.
iron and copper. Assays average $100 in medlcines put together.”—It. A. McWilliams. vallb
Go to G. S. Wright, dentist, Braly The Truckee Co. have brought up a fore­
1 lra*i <3ni,e<’1 Hl
For-
From
Southampton
to
Bremen
we
were
Grand
Rapids,
Mich.
man
from
below
and
will
probably
work
The
song-birds
lately
received
in
Port
­
gold
]>er
ton
and
silver
$60,
though
some
block, McMinnville, for first-class work.
up the logs as fast as received. The land from Germany after being kept in delayed about 15 hours by fog. The I'l:e Hands Employed on the Narrow Es­ assays run very high ; about $10,000 per Ayer’s Sarsaparilla,
The above train, coanect at Yaqnsa with
The road scraper is a success as can lie amount of money that should lie distrib­
time on the sea owing to delays was nine
cape Want Their Money,
ton have been found. The mill was Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer iiCo., Txiv dl, Mui, the Oregon Deyelopenxmt Co’s. Line of steam­
seen by looking at the streets which it uted in this country during the summer large cages for a few days for recupera­ and one-half days. We landed on May
ships between \ sqniua and San Franc isco.
Price $1; fix bottle«, ?5. Worth $5 a bottle.
owned by the W. B. Company and run
The
other
night
when
the
train
4th
and
after
passing
the
custom
house
!
graded.
tion
have
been
given
their
liberty.
“
The
from this one mill will be a very consid-
Nailing Dates.
with success, with a lease to tlie Sa'.amon
I
started
for
Hanover
accompanied
by
of
the
celebrated
Narrow
Gauge
Brothers, of Portland, who made quite a
The Pigs in Clover puzzle has struck able addition to our ready money.— Til­ greater number of the birds,” says the two gentleman with whom I had formed
«•Il
FROM
YAQUINA
the town and midnight oil is being lamook Headlight.
Oregonian, “were turned loose at the an acquaintance. Hanover is a city of road arrived at Monmouth at 9:30, !wo fortune, and afterwards a fire in the for­
lllamtete V alley, Thunnlny, May 23d.
burned.
“I don’t like the Jenness-Miller reform City park and adjoining grounds. The 100,000 inhabitants, and has beautiful hours late, it became generally known ests burnt the mill and thetown of Quartz­
Saturdnv. ■lune 1st.
Willamette Valiev, Sunday. June Util
ville.
Miss f.enore Kay of Brownsville, is straight-from-the-shoulder dresses and birds were delighted to regain their liber­ parks, residences, palaces and nice wide that the employees had refused to work
The extension of the White Bull oil
FROM KAN FRANCISCO
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. P. Bishop of petticoats,” said a quiet-mannered, but ty. The saucy starlings Hew high up in streets, everything being modern. It al­ , unless they were immediately paid the the northwest is called the Golden Ridge
Sunday, May 19th.
wealthy husband lately. His objection
so has one of the finest Zoological gar- i : wages due them. This is a strike not for mine located in September, 1888, by Dr.
this city.
tiie
trees
ami
chattered
like
mad,
and
Tuesday. May 2Hth.
to the “reform” dresses and underclothes
dens
in
the
world,
containing
specimens
the
crossbills
also
(lew
up
high
and
Wednesday,
Juhe 5t h
E.
(>.
Smith,
of
Portland.
Ohl
tunnels
Les Loughlin has a situation in the dry he went on to explain, were that they
higher wages, but for their wages.
——O-----
animals from all over the glolie.
with
trees
growing
in
their
entrances,
The
company
reaeryes
Hie right to change
goods store of Shelly & Vanduyn’s at In­ looked anything but neat and attractive. looked down at the cages as much to of After
This
cessation
of
trains
brings
again
to
a
rest
of
twenty-one
hours
an
ex-
j
date, without notice.
dependence.
He said, and his wife who is a pretty and say, if you ever get us in such a box press ride of four hours brought us to notice tlie fact that the Narrow Gauge have been discovered. One tunnel, 250 Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to sailing
N. II.—Pawceiigers from I’ortlaml and all Wil-
I again you can shoot us.’ The finches
long, four feet wide, in solid quartz,
order in Oak, Ash or any Wood
The Washington Critic says that un­ stylish woman, did not contradict him: and linnets shot in among the bushes Cassel, a city in the province of Heston, | I company is indebted to all of its em­ feet
amette
A alley Point, can make dore connec­
assays $100 in gold per ton and an aver­
desired.
tion with the train, of the Y aqbisa Ihn tk st
dertakers should bo happy as the berry­ “The Jenness-Miller dresses are like the , and set up a. joyous clamor, and a short with about 69,000 inhabitants. This city | ployees in sums ranging from a few age of $60 in silver.
Albany or Corvallia, and if dentined t.. Smi
Mother Hubbard, too fly for the street.
season progresses.
after were seen hopping about the is not modern, its streets being narrow, j months' wages up to the greater pait of
The Discovery shaft, down thirty feet, FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY! Francisco, should arrange io arrive at Yaqniua
A woman without a waist is a woman in ! time
1
the architecture of the houses is of j two or three years. Some men they owe has a fine body of free gold, some pieces
the evening before date of sailing.
John Hutchison was severely kicked a bag. I’ll suggest a new dress right | paths of the park, some of them already and
long ago period. It is interesting for | as little as $100, while others have claims the size of a man’s finger nail; average
by a colt Sunday, while attempting to now. Make a large silk, lawn, velvet, gathering straws evidently intent on the
the fact that Napoleon III was here kept for $1.500 and some even as high as $4,- assay,
ISiver Steamers
nest
building.
There
is
no
doubt
about
$100 gold and $85 silver per ton.
hitch it to a cart.
Orders taken for all kinds of work and
satteen or what you please bag without
Will run lietween Portland and Corvallis as
r or ! the birds doing well here, and but very a prisoner by tlie Germans in 1871, on 090.
Two
assays
ran
over
$5000
in
gold
per
hdlowsi
Kill th IsriiLd leaves Corvallis, Mon­
satisfaction
guaranteed
Call
at
factory
any
bottom
in
it.
Have
a
draw
string
John J. Spencer is reading law in the
’ . I little about their winter immigration. If “Wilhelm’s lloehe” about two miles from
On Wednesday afternoon special trains ton The silver ore was black oxide anil anti sec specimens of furniture.
day. Wednewlav and Friday, s a m leaves
office of McCain and Hurley, preparatory ribbon at the neck. Let the woman ” ’ - they should not find their way back, the city in a beautiful castle, nicely situ­ were run down the lines on both sides of black
Salem,
Tuesday.
Tlinrsdav and Snimday. fi a
sulphurets.
The
mine
is
valued
at
into the bag and fasten the ribbon grace-1
to being admitted.
will be somewhere on the coast and ated. I went to see the castle and after the river to Dundee, taking on every em­ $100,030
Do not buy without first seein. the furni­ m. South bound leare. Portland, Monday
fnlly at the throat. She may wear ordi- I they
pulling
out
of
my
vest
pocket
some
coin,
Wednesday
and
Friday,
Cam.; leaves Salem
The Black Bear mine, parallel with the ture manufactured here in vour own state Tuesday, Thursday and Satin
Thus. Tongue of Hillsboro, was in the nary sleeves on h?r arms, which will will increase until the whole country is and handing it over to the guard of «lie ploye of the road who held an unpaid
day, C a m
check, and those men held a meeting. White Bull, assays about $40 gold ; silver, anti county
city during Tuesday night: lie returned come out through hcles in the sides of stocked with them. Already further im­ castle,
Passenger and freight rate, alway. the low-
he showed and explained to us They determined to assign their checks $16; tin, 5 per cent.
portations
are
talked
of
and
it
is
quite
Wednesday morning.
1
/>
r
J;
,f0,n
>«<i"n,
apply
to Messrs. HUI,
the bag. A large hat and buckskin shoes likely that a large shipment will be made the castle from top to bottom. All the
to Joseph White, who holds a responsi­
The Golden Fleece mine, owned by L.
l'reiKllt«nd Ticket Agents, 20«
John Pennington is happy, It is a may be worn with this dress, and dog­ from England next year.”
rooms are exactly the same as Napoleon ble jrosition under tire management of Magruder
and AW Front street, Portland, Oregon; oi to
& Co., runs $200 to $300 in
girl and was born on May 24th. John is skin gloves. It is a simple costume and
left them. I can say it is worth while to ! the road, and instructed him to com­
Prices Consistent with Good Work
......................
c. c. hogue ,
and $10 to $40 in silver; not vet
from the Jenness-Miller standpoint simp­
doing finely, considering.
see the interior and view tiie silk beds, ; mence suit and obtain judgement. The gold
THE CIRCUS COMING.
J
A I****- Agt., Oregon Pacilic
thoroughly prospected. Eight feet w’ide
ly elegant.— Welcome.
II. K. Co t ( oi val'iR, Oregon.
with
the
finest
and
richest
embroidery,
I
[
trains
are
running
as
usual
and
there
between the walls. Top cropping, assayed
The glaring lithographs of Sells’ shows
A Great Aggregation of World Wonders
•
C. H. HASWELL, Jr.,
Notice for Publication
gold fringes, etc. The building also con­ has been no tie-up, but the men want by
have been pasted around the country and
Council Proceedings.
Mr. Jenne, of Portland, went $8.35 in
I’nder One Tent.
L’Oregon Development
tains
costly
oil
paintings,
marble
and
al
­
their
money
and
are
determined
to
try
gold
per
ton
;
having
a
million
tons
of
(o
,
Montgomery
street, San FranciMo, Cal.
are the absorbed of all absorliers.
L ami Orni i: at O regon C itv . i
A called meeting for the Council to
Our columns to day conspicuously dis­ abaster statues, innumerable articles of , for it.
quartz in sight.
Use Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow­ hear the report of the water committee, 1 play the advertisements of this remark- solid gold, the best and finest of gold
Oregon, May 23, 188!*
»
The NarroAV Guage is not of much ac­
The Monarch mine, owned by Messrs.
ders if you take prido in seeing your
plate. The walls of the different rooms count to the public while it is run in tlie Donlay
Notice is hereby given that the following-
& McChesney, of Albany, has a naiued
stock look well. Sold by Rogers A Todd. was field Friday evening. All tho coun- able amusement coalition, whose speedy are lined with the finest silken tapestry, present manner, and if ths road would fine
settler has filed notice of his inten­
Some work done eighteen tion to make final proof in support of his
room being furnished in a different go into bankruptcy so bad that a train years lode.
Mrs. R. S. Allen brought in four Sliarp- cilmen wero present. The water com- coming they announce. We use the ex- each
ago, shows $40 in gold on top.
claim, ami that said proof will I h ’ inaile lie-
color
;
the
furniture
matches
the
hang-
I
less strawberries which weighed just nlittee reported that they had looked over pression, “remarkable amusement coali- ings of the room. I would not mind be­ could not move, it would hardly work a
The Mammoth, owned by the Canal fore the county judge or. in his alieence, b«'-
Fork Company, has a tunnel 300 feet in fore the county clerk of Yamhill county, at
four ounces. The largest weight lor the the various locations and had arrived at tion,” advisedly, for we know of no trav- ing confined there myself for several hardship on the people.
| a solid body of ore, samples average $850 McMinnville. Oregon, on 1’ridav, Julv 19.
size yet.
the conclusion that the Sax property was cling exhibitional enterprise which pre­ months.
DEEDS RECORDED.
1889, viz:
in gold per ton.
The Newberg club played bail in this the best for water-works. You will no- sents so many acceptable phases of at­
After leaving the castle, 1 went to see
JOHN L WATT,
The
Captain
mine,
owned
by
Reed
it
A.
B.
Faulconeret
al
to
Walter
Black
­
city Saturday. McMinnville beat them that the T elephone -R egister suggested traction. It is scarcely necessary to say the “Hercules” which is on ground
Co., of Albany, has a ledge eight feet
Entry No 6724, for !«>ts5, 6 and
of course, 294 to 5. This is not a mistake this property some time ago. Mr. Oliver to amusement patrons tlint for eighteen 1000 feet higher than the castle. From burn, lots 1, 2, 3, 0, 7 and 8, in block 20, wide of concentrating ore; assay, from 7 Homestead
of
section
35,
15 s. r 4 w.
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE !
in proof.
it a magnificient view is obtained; it was Faulconer’s addition to Sheridan ; con $12 to $40 per ton in silver ; trace of gold.
He names the following witnesses to*
the engineer, furnished estimates of the years the Sells Brothers have been noted built solely for that purpose by Landgraf $125.
prove his continuous residence upon and
Wright’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa­ various places, and in his opinion the Sax as having an equestrian, zoological and Charles; who commenced its erection
The
G.
&
B.
ledge,
ow
ned
by
Messers.
W. II. Lashier to Martha J. Vestal,
of said land, viz:
iiypodromatic entertainment everywhere
Barker & Giddings, of Albany, has a cultivation
parilla can be relied upon for all blood
A. Dent. It Dent and Win. Dent, of
1696 and it was not completed until lot 2, in block 4, Everest’s addition to latge body of ore in sight (rose quartz).
diseases, skin affections, etc. Sold oy property was the best and that the works recognized as being at the front among in
’
Point. In Hit
Wheatland, and Jos Watt, of Amity; allot TIPKFTÇ
I lu!\L I O *’ i*."?.'™"
United State« Canada and Europe.
could lie put in for less money at that reputable tented exhibitions. Mr. 8. II. 1714. To reach the statue, Hercules, Newberg; con $300.
Rogers & Todd.
Miss N. E. Deskins to Frances E. Ves­ Contains two ledges in solid walls not! Vamliill county. Oregon
place than at any of the others. Mr. Ol­ Barrett also has lieen not a whit behind which is on top, you go from terrace to ter­
developed, but assay well on top.
Any person who desires to protest against
A $COOO subscription lias been raised iver in his estimates is very careful, and the Sells Brothers in catering to the race, (30 in all). From first to last, it re­ tal, lot 6, in block 5, Dcskin’s addition yet The
William Tell and Extension, owned the allowance of such pr<x>f, • r who knows
Elegant Pullman Palace Care.
and work will be commenced soon on shows by figures that the Sax property amusement of the public. The circum­ quires 842 steps to reach the top. Twice to Newberg; con $40.
of
substantial reason, under the law
Raleigh heirs to Wm. Raleigh, ICI by Loyd Magruder & Co., has a large and any
tlie new wing of the State Normal school as suggested by the T elephone -R egister stance that these two formidable shows during the week a large volume of water
the regulations of the interior Depart­
body of quartz, about half a mile long
building at Monmouth.
ment. whv such proof should not be al­
is by far the best location. Works can have joined their forces, and the two ex­ roars and tumbles down the terraces, acres in t 5 st r 5 w ; con $1.00.
John Brisbine et al to Thos. Morgan, and fifty feet wide, which is the finest lowed, will be given an opi>ortnnitv at the
which
are
made
of
cut
stones.
The
in
­
be
put
in
several
thousand
dollars
cheap
­
hibitions
being
consolidated
as
an
en
­
body
of quartz in the district ; assays av­ above mentioned time anil place to cross-
Wright’s Red Cross Cough Syrup
77.03
acres
in
t
2
s,
r
3
w
;
con
$500.
of this great structure was to ob­
cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of er and the expenses of running will be tirety, at once and effectually places this tention
W. F. Harris et ai to B. F. Simmons, erage $40 in gold and $8 in silver per ton. examine the witnesses of said claimant,
a view of the country and to produce
The camp has been run over and lo­ and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that
voice anil all inflamed conditions of the only about $700 per year, where with the organization, in point of magnitude and tain
26.12
acres in t 3 s, r 5 w ; con $300.
an
artificial
waterfall
for
the
edification
other location the expenses of running attraction, head anil shoulders above all
cated without regard to the mineral until submitted liv claimant
lungs. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
James
Madson
et
al
to
Jorgan
P.
John
­
of
the
nobles.
After
satisfying
myself
amounted to $5000 per year. The peo compeers, and enables the joint manage­
T BURNEY,
1888. Visitors from Coeur d’Alene and
Chas. Fleming worked so hard during pie of this city want good water and a ment to offer the best hippodromatic, with sightseeing, I returned to my hotel I son, 55 acres in t 3 s, r 2 w ; eon $450.
Register.
state we have a fine camp of (Marell 31:221
the tire Wednesday that his heart failed low water rate and by all means give us equestrian, gymnic and zoological exhi­ and taking the train for Frankfort at 1 I Rebecca Johnson to Neil Johnson, Arizona
good
ore.
We
have
had
a
miners
meet
­
Und
in
McMinnville;
con
$1.00.
on him and lie had to take to his bed. the water from Baker creek through the bition in America. This exhibition is ad­ o’clock I ai rived there at 6:30. After
Chas. F. Murphy et al to James ing and made a camp named Golden City
Nothing serious, a little over-work.
Sax ditch. Panther creek can be con­ vertised to be here Saturday, June, 22nd. procuring a room, I went to see Henry-
Noirec, part of J. R. Young donation mining district No.3,Linn county, Oregon.
Bettman,
who
is
in
that
place,
and
he
nected
with
Baker
at
a
small
cost,
thus
Presideut, A. R. Campbell ; secretary,
Read Mr. Wm. Holl’s letter from Ba­
was very well pleased to see a Yamhiller land claim, in t 4 s, r 4 w ; con $500.
Board Appointments.
varia. It is interesting. He has arrived assuring this city an abundance of good
J. S. Hess to Elvira Cook, 10 acres in Lloyd Magruder.
FREE OF (¡IIA1K.E and WITHOUT CHANCI
in
his
room.
The
next
day
after
attend
­
mountain
water.
The
report
was
adopt
­
at his old home and will furnish letters
The governor has made the following ing to a little business, I rambled over t 3 s, r 2 w ; con $100.
Editing a Paper in Ala.ka.
from time to time to the T elephone -R eg ­ ed and placed on file. The water ques­
11. Hurley et al to Thos. Buckman,
tion was discussed at length by the appointments to compose the board of the town in company with Mr. Bettman
Clone connection, at Portland for ben Fran-
ister .
block 30 in Hurley’s addition to New­ The golden era of journalism must be
Cisco anil Puget 8cutiil point«.
council.
medical examiners and also tlie board of and purchased a tine flute for Mr. John berg ; con $550.
in
its
infancy
in
Alaska,
judging
from
Wortman,
cashier
of
the
First
National
The
following
bills
were
allowed.
Sunday was a very warm day and a
dental examiners. These boards were Bank, on which at some future time he
Samuel C. Hess et ux to Hans Chris­ this clipping from the Juneau Dree Pre»»:
large number of the people of this city C. E. Oliver, engineer.....................$42 00
Iron BK-am.bip. leave I’orll.ml and Kan
created
at the last term of the legislature­ will lurnish solos. The instrument is a tenson, 20 acres in t 3 s, r 3 w ; con $100. “Our editor-in-chief has again turned
E.
Wright
.......................................
6
00
spent it in the mountains beside the bab­
r ran<i..io every four <a> days, mak­
Prof. Warren of Portland, and part giving the governor the authority to ap fine one. Owing to the kindness of Mr.
ing the trip in
hour«.
himself
into
a
miner,
and
the
junior
mem
­
bling brook, casting for the fly-eating
A Kicker.
owner in the Oak Park addition, was point the members of each. For the Bettman, I saw nearly all the city during
ber is at the helm, we will attempt to
trout.
the day and it. is indeed a very beautiful
present anil upon the request of the May­
Every baseball crank regards Captain steer clear of tho rocks and snags, and
'
$H> 00 I Steerage.......... IR 00
The Custer Post, G. A. R., of this city, or inand a few complimentary remarks board to regulate the practice of medi­ place with very handsome buildings.
cine in Oregon, lames Dixon, Portland,
Hound Trip-unlimited...........................
jnun
Anson as an expert “kicker.” In fact, with the assistance of an occasional pilot
extend their thanks to the ladies who so on our beautiful city.
The railroad depot centre is the largest
we
will
endeavor
to
bring
the
craft
safe
one
year;
O.
I
’
.
S.
Plummer,
Portland,
willingly and kindly assisted in decorat­
the
Captain
himself
acknowledges
that
Council adjourned.
into port. So boys come in and tell us
two years; James Brown, Portland, full in the world, it has just been completed ,
ing the hall. By order of Post com­
! term of three years. The dental board and ¡B composed entirely of iron,stone and he is, and pleads as extenuating circum­ what you are doing, so we can let the out
mander.
DIED.
glass.
The
cost
of
it
was
35,000,000
marks
stances that he never kicks without side barbarians know that we have about
consists of two members, Messrs. 8. J.
For lurlber particular, inquire of any agent
Rasmus Nelson will move here this
S hadden .—At the residence of T. J. , Barber and E. G. Clark, both of Port­ and covers 34500 square yards of ground. good cause and, further, that he usually as much energy and push as the average
of the Compari) or
Combines the juice of the Blue Figi of
The
evening
we
spent
at
the
Palmer
“gets away with it.” lie kicked all American citizen if we do live in Alaska.”
fall to reside permanently. He has com­ Shadden in this city, on Sunday, May land, each to serve a full term of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
A. L. MAXWELL.
menced the erection of a house and barn 26, 1889, Emma, wife of A. M. Shadden, ! four years, or until their successors are Garden and listened to some very fine around the world, anil he kicked at
with the medicinal virtues of plants
C P AT. A.
Stock Purchased.
music. Two concerts are given every day Monte Carlo. People who have visited
on his property lately purchased from died suddenly of heart failure.
I appointed.
known
to
be
most
beneficial
to
the
in the year. It cost many millions of that resort know how swell it is—that
C. I. SMITH.
W. C. Hembree.
The
farmers
of
this
county
bought
sev
­
Bt'RT.-Miss Minnie Burt died at Davis-
Malignant Gleet.
human
system,
forming
the
ONLY
PER
­
Genl. Manager
dollars to arrange this garden and it is' the patrons are supposed to lie intro­
Portland. Oregon
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
beautiful in the extreme.
Mr. T. W. Smith, who came here some burg, Mich., on May 29, aged 18 years.
duced, that admission is by card only, eral of the fine Durham cattle which were
This
dreadful
disease
has
broken
out
in
She
is
a
sister
ot
our
townsman,
G.
W.
promptly
on
the
At
10
o
’
clook
p.
m..
my
train
being
time ago, has been employed by R. L.
and that the players speak in whispers, sold at auction Saturday. The cattle
a number of places in the state to an ready I parted with Mr. Bettman after while the silent croupiers noiselessly
Stowe & Co. on their lumber yard in this Burt.
The G-reat
were all registered and came from Ohio.
M orris .—At the residence of his son alarming extent and up to the present thanking him for his kindness, as lie did I rake in the money. Well, Captain An­ The
city. He has already made a big improv-
owners brought out 42 head but
-AND TO-—
in McMinnville, on May 28, 1889, Dr. J. time the Oregon Domestic Animal con­ everything in his power to make my stay ' son went there, and of course he made a withdrew
ment in the appearance of the yard.
14 of them from the sale be­
D. Morris.
pleasant, and entering my train, I was few bets. One bet he placed on the
they were selling for less than they
Richard Cook of this city claims the
Mr. Morris was born in Pennsylvania, vention have ordered thirteen animals whisked away to Augsburg from which seven and it won. The croupier paid it. cause
— SO THAT —
finest garden in the county, and justly, on April 8, 1818. He was an old pioneer, killed. The disase has broken out in place I write this: Giving my regards! Anson happened to glance awav for a could get in the east for them. The pri­
ces paid for them run from $50 to $215.
as a look will demonstrate. He has pea coming to California in 1849, and to Ore­ Marion, Washington, Polk, Umatilla, to all, I remain
PURE BLOOD,
W m . H oll .
moment and some one kindly appropri­ Mr. Scroggins of Sheridan bought four
vines 6 feet in height, and lieets 7 feet gon in 1876. The body was buried at Wasco and Multnomah counties and sev­
REFRESHING SLEEP,
ated the stake and the winning. When heifers, Air. Waddle one. Mr. Smith of
high. Everything is thrifty, and tells North Yamhill, yesterday. He leaves a eral other counties yet to bo heard from.
MARRIE».
-------VIA THE-------
the “Old Man” turned and started to North Yamhill one, a bull.
HEALTH and STRENCTH
the virtue of Oregon soil.
large family who, with a large number of The disease is contagions and farmers or
B ooth — D vmphrey . — On Thursday pick the money up, he found it had dis­
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
Cascade Division’ now completed
friends mourn the loss of a gocxl husband, owners of stock should use all precaution
Notice.
His big face grew very red.
Saturday Geo. Owens passed through father, friend and citizen of Yamhill J possible, to prevent the spread of this evening at the residence of the groom’s appeared.
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
making it the Shortest, Best’ ’
“Stop’er, Mr. Dealer!” he shouted in
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu-
this city with a full blooded short horn county.
Tax payers of Yamhill county will take
animal destroyer. A curious fact in the parents in this city, U. 8. Booth and i that awful voice which he employs on
and Quickest.
factured
only
by
the
cow and heifer calf, which he had pur­
matter is that tlie heaviest horses are
the umpire when he strides in from first notice that the time lias now expired for
chased at a stock sale in Portland. The
A Kunaway.
The
Dining
Car
line. Tho Direct Route
more subject to this malady than the Miss Nell Duraphrey were united by base to register a kicK. Every one paying taxes without cost and that all
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
cow was verv fine and a beauty. Mr. Ow­
marriage; Rev. Hoberg officiating.
No Delays. Fastest Trains, few­
lighter ones.
looked up. Loud talking was unusual taxes now due the county are subject to
S an F rancisco . C al .
Tuesday, while James McPhillips and
ens believes in good stock.
est
Rates
to
Chicago and all
The couple are well and favorably there. “I don’t know your lingo here,
Lotmvn.L«. Kv.
Naw V obk , N. Y.
Fort Canby Restored.
wife of this city were coming from their
points East. Tickets sold
known by a large circle. A long life and but the game doesn’t proceed until I a forced collection. Come in and settle
Grain is just beginning to head now.
with the sheriff and save costs and ex­
to all Prominent Points
A dispatch of May 23 states that orders happiness we hope is before them.
find out who nipped that seven in the penses of levy and sale of property,
and reports from all over the count™’ in­ farm a few miles from here, tlie horse
throughout the East and Southeast.
red bet of mine. I don’t propose to get therefore to save costs and trouble please
dicate tliat it is growing nicely What­ became frightened at ahull which was be­ have been issued from tlie department
B OK N.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep-
skinned out of $4.50 in that way.” He call at once and settle up your tax bill.
ever damage heavy rains and swollen ing led, and ran away, turning the buggy headquarters re-establishing Fort Canby,
ing Cars
‘APHRODITINE'’
streams have done to sheep and stock­ over and seriously injuring both of the which was abandoned in December, 1887. S avage .—To the wife of Geo. Savage, on talked very loudly anil every one be­
McMinnville, Feb. 5, 1889.
Reservationscan be secured in advance
came excited. “Right here on the sev­
men, the farmer enjoys it all.— Ea»t Ore­ occupants. Several people saw the acci­ Major John Egan, of the First artillery,
Is S old ox a
T.
J.
H
arris
,
May 27, 1889, a daughter.
en,” he insisted, “and some one has
POSITIVE
gonian.
Sheriff of Yamhill Co.
dent and the injured people were taken will command the post, which is to be
To Kail Bound Paaaengara.
swiped it. I want it, and right now,
GUARANTEE
garrisoned
by
a
battery
of
artillery
from
'
to
the
house
of
Janies
Hour'
Savages expect to imbibe bravery by
James Houck and a doc­
Be caeful and do not make a mistake
Therc
is
more
catarrh
in
this
section
of
too.
”
One
of
the
managers
rushed
up,
to
cure any
the
Presidio
of
San
Francisco.
but be sure to take the
drinking tlie blood of their brave ene- tor sent for.
form of nervous
the country than all other diseases put hearing the noise, and when Anson’s
di.eare, or any
........ .............
—____ of _ vi-
The doctors rej»ort that two of Mr. Me-
mies. A more . enlightened
method
The State Fair.
together, and until the last few years was kick had lieen interpreted, he hastily
disorder of the
talking tho blood is"by taking Ayer’s Sar- Phillips’ ribs were broken and I hat he was
supposed to be incurable. For a great told the croupier to reimburse the big
generative or­
saparilla. It braces up the nerves and otheiwise severely bruised. Mrs. Mc-
The Oregon State Board of Agriculture many years doctors pronounced it a local man. The “Old Man” complacently When 3aby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
gans of cither
And see that your tickets read vi»
«ex whether ar-
gives strength and fortitude to endure Phillips sustained severe bruises on the will hold the annual state fair at the fair disease, and prescribed local remedies pocketed his winnings and walked off, When rt.e was a Child, she cried lor Castoria,
THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneattoli« to
i.lug from the ...
___ _
after
When
ste
became
Miss,
she
clung
to
Castoria,
tne trials of life. .............................................head and shoulders.
excessive use of Stimulants, Tohtcco or Opium, avoid changes and serious delays occa­
grounds near Salem, commencing Mon­ and by constantly failing to cure with lo saying: “The suckers can’t dome. I
or through youthful iudlreretlon, over lndulr sioned by other routes.
treatment, : ronoufted it incurable. thought I’d make that umpire change When see bad Children, she gave them Castoria
A Slight Blase.
day September lt>, 1889 and continuing cal
A Camp meeting and district confer­
cnee, Ac., «uch a. Lott ot Brain Power, Wakeful
Science
has
proven
catarrh
to
be
a
con­
his
decision.
”
—
Chicago
Herald.
nc*s«. Bearing down Pains iu the Bac k, Seminal
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cara run
six
days.
The
cash
premiums
offered
ence will commence in the evening of
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn­ on regular expresa trains full length of
Wednesnay morning the fire bel s for agricultural, stock and mechanical stitutional disease, and therefore requires
the Sth of June. The camp ground is
al Emissions. I-eucorrhcna, Dlzslnccc. Weak Mem­
constitutional
treatment.
Hall
’
s
Catarrh
1
MOTHERS!
Bertha free. I/jwcst rate.
near Gaunt’s bridge. New sheds and pealed an alarm and the fire department exhibits, for works of art and fancy work, Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
ory, Loss of Power and Impotency, which If ne­ the line.
glected often lead to pre-matute old age and insan­ Quickest time.
camp buildings have lieen erected. All and citizens assembled near the furniture and for trials of speed amount in the ag­ Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the oniy constitu­ Castoria is recommended by physicians
For Sale Cheap.
ity. Price *1.00 a box. 6 boxes for IS.OU Scut by
---- o----
or
children
teething
It
is
a
purely
veget
­
are invited to attend. W. L. Malloy, facto™ of B. Clark, which had caught gregate to $15,000.
on receipt of price.
General «mice Of th. Company. N„
tional cure on the market. It is taken able preparation, its ingredients are pub­
A Serand-hand Buffalo Pitts thresher, mail
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every »5.00 First St., Cor Washington, Portland’, <>r’
Preacher in Charge.
Good Shooting.
internally in doses from 10 drops to a lished around each bottle It is pleasant and Pelton horse-power. Inquire of T..1. order, to refund the money if a Permanent
fire frim cinders from the stack and was
It acts directly upon the to the taste and absolutely harmless. It re­ Fryer, 1 mile South from Carlton.
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
Judge Loiigbarv and W. T. Baxter re­ fast being fanned into a blaze. The
E. Long, last week, in a shoot before teaspoouful.
A I) CHA ELTON
lieves constipation regulates the bowels,
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
turned from a trip to Tillamook Wednes­ Hook and Ladder truck was the first on judges, for a prize offered by the New blood and mucus surface of the system. quiets pain, cures diarrhoea and wind colic,
Asst. General Passenger Ag< nt
cured by ArHnoDiTixg. Circular free. Address
Timothy
Hay
for
Sale.
They offer one hnudred dollars for any allays feverishness, destroys worms, and
day. They went over on Saturday. Mr. the ground, and got first water. They
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WESTERN BRANCH,
Baxter reports a large number of people extinguished the fire alone and deserve York h ¡htine, made a score oi 4G out of case it fails to cure. Send for circulars prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
I have lome A No. 1 Timothy hay
gives itrefeshing and natural sleep. Cas­
BOX 27
PORTLAND, OR. Children Cry for
there looking for timber On the wav the credit. This little blaze demonstrates a ]>ossible 50, 290 yards off hand. The and testimonials. Address,
which
I
wil
sell
for
$8.03
per
ton
in
the
string
measured
35
inches.
Ten
shots
F.
J.
CIIENEY
&
CO..
Toledo.
O
Sold by Rogers A Todd, sole agents for
toria is the children’s panacea—the moth­
out he passed fourteen going in. One quite forcibly that waler works are need­
£M^Sohl
by
Druggists,
75e.
Pitcher’s Castoria
were
shot.
ers'
friend,
35
doses.
.35
cents.
barn
at
mj
place.
C
lark
B
raly
.
McMinnville.
ed.
party consisted of forty men.
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER
F urniture F actory ,
B. CLARK, PROPRIETOR.
O regon R ailway
N avigation C o .
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
Transcontinental Route.
tó~ Pacific teli
The Celebrated French Cure,
Northern Pacific Railroad.