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ami that he haa shown his ability to
. : earn a good living in the practice of law.
I Tint the fact remains that he is given
HARDING & HEATH. Publishers.
, the most important diplomatic mission
nnder the government entirely because |
SUBSCRIPTION rates .
of his ancestral prestige, and Col. Fred
Jun Copy, per year, in advance................. $2 00 Grant is sent to the Austrian court for
!>i:e Copy, six months in advace
the same reason.
This is a new order of things in the
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville
Oregon, as second-class matter.
United States. John Quincy Adams
does not supply a precedent. He filled
T he advertising R ates or T he T ele
important positions—the presidential
phone -R egister are liberal, taking in
consideration the circulation. Single chair, even—but he was an abler man
inch, $1.00; each subsequent inch, $.75. than his father. Nor does his son, the
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
late Charles Francis Adams, furnish a
case in point. He hail demonstrated the
A ll C ommumicattoxs M ust B e S igned B y
the person who sends them, not for pub possession of eminent abilities of his own
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non before being sent to England, and was
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good
faith. No publications will be published known to be equipped to gain, under
unless so signed.
circumstances of marked difficulty, bis
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Jon W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted world-wide fame as a diplomat.
The making of high appointments on
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
the best in Yamhill county and as good the strength of ancestry alone, we re
as any in the state A complete steam
peat, is a new thing in our history, and
plant insures quick work.
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it places a distinctive mark on the ad
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or
the editorial or business departments, to ministration of the second Harrison. Is
T he T elephone -R egister , McMinnville, it the beginning of a practice which is to
be continued, or will it, as well as the
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S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis elevation of presidents’ bi others to fed
ter will be mailed to any ]>erson in tlie eral marshalships, prove but a passing
United States or Europe, who desires one,
devotion from the proper course of
free of charge
-» » ■»
things? Let us hope that the latter will
W e I nvite Y ou T o C ompare T he T ele
phone -R egister with any other paper be the case, and that our ministers
published in Yamhill county
abroad henceforth will not be publicly
welcomed for their fathers’ sake.
June 7, 1889.
GO VERNMENT SALA RIES.
Q U. I LIFICA TION NEC 'ESS. I RY
A petition is being circulated by J. C.
Cooper of this city amongst the republi
cans, said petition praying for the a|>-
pointment of Don Hayes as farmer in
'■barge of the Klamath Indian reserva
tion. It says; “that the following true
republicans do petition’ etc.” for the ai>-
liointment of Doniphan Hayes to the [>o-
sition and Ikm’s qualification for the of
fice is, that he has been a life long repulr-
lican. All of the qualification necessary,
however, in this administration and that
much is vitally necessary, too. We have
no kick coining about the appointment,
for Don is a good man for the place al
though a republican. We have no doubt
but what as many democrats would sign
the ]>etition for the ap|>ointment, as re
publicans and that would show exactly
what this community thought of the man,
whereas now only about one-half will
voice their sentiments.
In speaking to Mr. Cooper, we object
ed to the manner in which the petition
was drawn up. He informed us that it
did not require democratic signers, in
other words the republican party lias
now lull control of this country and they
intend to control it even if they have to
violate the constitution and every law in
the land. The democratis showed more
partiality for the opposite party than this
and they cannot say that t ey had a pre
cedent in the democratic policy of the
the last four years.
OREGON’S RENE FA CTOR.
Mr. Villard, of railroad fame, has writ
ten to Col. McCracken that he expects
to bo in Portland about the middle of
June. Through some cause or other,
notably the Oregonian,the impression has
gone abroad that Villard is trying to ruin
< Iregon by favoring Washington Territory
in his railroad schemes. The people of
Oregon should rememlier that our rail
connections with the east are entirely due
to Mr. Villard. He is the man who,
some years ago, was the instrument
through which some $50,001,000 were
sp*nt within this state in order to open
it up. If the people of this state and es-
lieeially the Oregonian would stand in
with him ho would undoubtedly do more
for us, for he certainly is the coming man
in the railroad world of the Pacific coast.
It will not do to get his enmity; and his
friendship might work wonders for this
state. It is true that when the final crash
came a few years ago several Oregon cap
italists went to the ground, but Villard
did also; he cannot be blamed for it.
lie is Oregon’s greatest benefactor and
spent his.money in this state of his own
i ee will and asked help from no one.
Honor him for it. If Villard had been
with us during the last few years, Oregon
and more especially Portland would have
had a greater growth and it is still possi
ble that his master brain will Ire used for
this state in the future. Through the
most severe reverses he has passed, and
is once more on top. It shows the ma
terial in the man. He cannot Ire downed.
Let Oregon honor him when he visits the
state in June.
Olympian I Festival
Of Intellectual and Refined Amusement, Rich and
Rare as the Feasts of the Fabled Gods.
''Caatorla is bo well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any proscription
mown to me."
IL A. Aantnii. »I D .
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, h. Y.
ENORMOUS UNITED SHOWS
IN MIGHTY UNION WITH
Tin1 Old Reliable MrMinnville Pioneer B imi I and Shoe Store. 1NSI.
That is deserving of more
than mere mention and
2 Biggest Shows on Earth 2
Why? Because, when style
GREAT RAILROAD SHOWS and quality are to be found,
Sterling and World-Endorsed Enter
FELLE A fEATERY W ADVANCE
or inferior goods?
THE ABSOLUTE AND ONLY
Eureka of Canvas Entertainments !
“Prodigious, Overshadowing and
Is the verdict of all beholders.
Created and proudly placed before the
people by the consolidation of the
The Greatest Corps of Distinguished Per
The most important union of
ll.i- M‘en its 2»nh;birthday. I am thank-
(Patrons for past
i< • merit a continuance
t >e Mime. I will continue u>
ami SHOES’at prices that will convince the
public thatjt will pay them to call and ex
amine Goods and ascertain Prices before
No Trouble to Show Goods.
No charge mad« on Sewing Rip on Goods
P. F. BROWNE
Opposite the Grange store.
Gigantic, sweeping and brilliant centraliza
The H 'orld under the above caption
opens up another reform for the people
to talk about. It no doubt would make
BIGGER AND BETTER
numerous pap-suckers feel great, as the
expression is, should the motto cf “Darn
the expense!’’ be used in paving govern ALL OTHER SHOWS COMBINER!
ment officers. This subject has been
broached by several prominent men.
In the June Harpers Mr. George Will
iam Curtis says, with reference to pay
for public services, that “there is always
a latent controversy in this country Ire-
tween the republican tradition and the
American spirit.” The former upholds
simplicity and economy; the latter leans
to liberality and profuseness, and would
justify the adoption of “a cornucopia
with the legend ‘Darn the expense!’ ” as
the national arms.
There is no mistaking the fact that the
salaries of our public mca are at present
regulated in a very unsatisfactory way
and need revision. However suitable
they may have lieen once, they are now,
owing to changed conditions, out of har
mony with their environment. The dif
ficulty in making the correction lies
largely in the conflict of which Mr. Cur
tis speaks, but the different standpoints
Positively first time presentations of
from which people gauge the value of
Sixty-Five New and Exclusive Acts!
money have also much to do with it.
There is the metropolitan idea and the The finest and most accomplished new
Equestrian Features that ever thrilled
New England farmer’s idea, and they
are as far apai t as the poles.
Yet another obstacle to iucresing the
pay is the doubt whether it would really
bring better men to the front or merely
put mere money into the pockets of
worthless place-hunters and stimulate
them to still more energetic dishonesty.
It would at least remove a barrier which
keeps many honest and able men, Unrivaled and Daring’ Gymnas
should they so desire, from accepting
public position. That the average rail By the best and largest troupe in the world
road president should receive twice the
salary of the chief justice of the national
supreme court, and that lawyers fitted to
serve ti|>on that bench can earn more
than double as much in the practice of
their profession as the government pays
the judges, present a condition which is
With regard to congressional salaries
the propriety for the increase is not so
clear, but it is probable that, as Mr.
Curtis says, members could now vote for
more pay without raising much of an
outcry. A committee might probably
be appointed to consider a new schedule
all along tlie line. It is safe to say that
when the matter comes seriously under
advisement the “American spirit,”
whose motto is “Darn the expense!”
however potent it may be in private life,
will be called upon by a large majority
to give place to common sense.
REPENTENCE AFTER DEATH.
THE WORLD JIAS KNOWN.
Notice for Publication
Lixn Or FH »
O ku ox' CiTv.i
Oregon, May 23. 18st* i
Notice is hereby give-i that the following-
named settler lias filed notice of his inten
£W“COIN WILL TALK, fl
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will lie made tie-
c. o. TomsTSoasr.
fore the county judge or. in his absenci*, be
fore the county clerk of Yamhill county, at
McMinnville. Oregon, on l-’riday. July I:».
JOHN 1. WATT,
Homestead Entry No <¡724, for lots.», fl and
7 of section 35, 15». r 4 w.
He names tlie following witnesses to
Have been purchased by
prove liis continuous residence upon amt
cultivation of said land, viz :
A. Dent. It Dent and Wm. Dent, of
Wheatland, and Jos Watt, of Amitv ; all of
Yamhill county. Oregon
Anv person wl o desires to protest against
Of Amity, ami is now ready to
tlie allowance of such proof, < r who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law
The business will he conducted with the and the regulations of tlie Interior Depart
ntention of pleasing everyone, and we ask ment. wliv such proof shouhl not lie al-
loued, will lie giv-n an opportnnity at the
continuance of the public patronage.
above mentioned time amt place to cross-
examine the witnesses of said claimant,
and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that
submitted bv claimant
W T BURNEY,
(Marell 31:22 »
B est A ssortment I n T hk C itv .O n W iiiti -
Of all Cotemporaries.
B: ERLESS, PRINCELY’ POETIC P A
GEANTS, ENTRANCING YOUNG
AND OLD !
My stock of Clothing em
braces the Latest Styles and
GUARANTEED the Low
est Price of any ever bro’t
to this county.
There certainly is no better advertisement
for a stock of Clothing than a PERFECT
Thrilling and Electrifying Aerial Acts! By
unequaled Lady and' Gentleman Artists.
That They Are THE
FIT, and that is what I will Guarantee any
LARGEST AND BEST MENAGERIE
lone who selects a suit from my stock,
Ever shown under canvas.
Circus Rings and
ing in price from $6. to $30 Conie and ex
Brilliant Circus Organizations! 0
A-TOl NDING, BEWILDERING AND amine my Clothing and
Hat Stock before Weare Just Whooping them Out
INEXPLICABLE METEORIC SUR
The best and most impressive
Notice is hereby ;riv -n that 1.. F Hall, a-
administrator of the estate of It C: West
fall, deceased, has tiled tiis finiti account ill
tlie county court of Yatnliill county, Ore
gon, and said court has fixed upon
TUESDAY. JULY 2d, INO,
nt tlie hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day at
tlie court house, in McMinnville, in said
. county, as tlie time and pince fur hearing
[ Therefore all persons are hereby notified
to appear at said time and piaci» ami show
I cause, if any then- lie, why said iieixmnt lie
not allowed and said estate finally settled.
Dated this 31st. d.av of Mav, I88!i
I.! E. II ALL.
F. W. F extox .
Attorney lor Estate.
Timber Lami, Act June 3, 1X78.
Notice for Pltbliciitioii.
That ever delighted the people. The “Chil
dren’s dream of Fairyland,’’ an enjoyable
episode of the Grand Procession.
Heavy, Latest Shades, Neatest Patterns in 21 inch BIRGE,
New ant! Excellent Quality, at 10 CENTS per yard, Just Re
ceived 20 piece?.
Leading Circus Celebrities from Five Conti
nents winning the meed of applause!
A. J. APPERSON,
Prices Always Lower Than
3d mid B Sts., McMinnville, Oregon
p a A
BLOUSE SW i'S
We have a
I. axii orrii'K. Oregon L'ity. Or., (
March sth, IK k '.I.
Notice h hereby given tliat in compliance
with tlie provisions of the act of congress ol
June 3, lsfH, entitle I-An act for the sale ol
timber landa in tlie elates of California, Oregon.
I Nevada nnd Wa-hingtou territory,” Elmer Re
pay, of Portland, county of Multnomah: state nt
Or, lias this day tiled in thia office bis sworn alate
meni No.Citi,for tlie purchnaeof tlie nw J nfaee.
No. 10 In township No. 2 south, range No. «
writ, a d will oiler proof to show that the land
nought is no re valuable for its timber or stono
Ilian for ogricultnrnl piiriiosee, and to estab
lish his claim fo aahl land befoie the itegistor
anil Receiver of tliia office at Oregon City, Ore
gon, on Wednesday, the 5th day of Jimi*, 1881».
lie names aa witnesses: W 8 Banyan, W W
Esp-y, E Griggs anil M I-’ Nosaley. all of Port
land. .Multnomah connty, Oregon,
Any and ull persons Haiming adversely tlie
ulnivo described lands are reqneated to file thair
Haims in thia office on or before said 5tli day of
W. T. BURNEY,
Notice of Final Settlement.
To Select From.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
The only Hippodrome of modern davs de Chariot Races. Roman Standing Races,
serving the tide!
FLAT RACES AND JOCKEY RACES, •
The most complete and’thoroughly organ By expert daring lady and gentleman Jock
eys and Charioteers
That part of the Presbyterian creed tn
which it is declared that God has foreor
OIFSaTTS The only successful act of riding, driving
dained a certain part of the human race TIBIFLE
Existing anywhere or in any country.
to eternal life and the rest to eternal des
truction was read by Kev. Dr. Lyman Everv resource exhausted, and nothing left
to be desired in ring entertainments
Abbott Sunday morning in Plymouth
All the acknowledged and recognized
Church, and was made the text of the
The Greatest Masters of the
< 'Lampions of the Circus World !
most notable sermon Dr. Abbot has de
EQUESTRIAN AN> GYM.MC ART
livered since he became the siicessor of
In unified and glorious association.
"The Children's Dream of Fairylaud,”
Ilenrv Ward Beecher. The sermon was
A delightful episode of our daily Speclacu-
remarkable as containing an outspoken
lar Street Procession
creation—Beasts, Birds and . eptiles
J TERRIBLE CALAMITY.
declaration from an eminent Congrega
shown in our stupendous collection.
Tlie only Leviathan Pair of
The great flood of Johnstown, Pa., is tional clergyman, and ’.lie editor of the .
now a matter of history and it stands at
With any Exhibition !
the head of all the great floods of Amer bility of repentence after death. Dr.!Tl,an "ere
ica. It is a horror. More than 10,000 Abbott began with a statement of the------------------------ ----------------- »--------- Ten Cavas-canopicd acres of sterling and
i'.i.ioniciin ovefo... „1.: i. i.rtO.:i <♦ r. Phenomenal Stage sensiitions and nnprecc-
dented Special Features!
Unprecedented Attractions !
people lost their lives. Where once a C al vanistic sy stem, l^bicn, lie •.aid, treats .
beautiful city stood is now seen the deso the whole human race as a unit under ■
Matchless Herd Of
lation of death. The flood was caused condemnation tor the sin of Adam. Wc "V^restlers, Boxers,
And Gladitoria’ Combatants, in friendly Marvellously Educated
by a cloud burst which filled the great
Johnstown reservoir, which lies about off his offending fingers and putting them
Planned Elevated Stages, for Vau Earth’s Greatest, Grandest and Most Stu
eighteen miles northeast of that city. It in jail, but by imprisoning the whole man Ncwlv
deville and Novel Entertainments!
pendous Tented Exhibition !
is the largest reservoir in America, and and so it is the Calvinistie system regards
was built on tlie site of an old reservoir the whole human family as one bedy,
The Ironwood Times, Michigan, relates i According to the Jewish idea, the only
which was a feeder to the great Eric doomed to punishment for the sin of its i that the other day a freight brakeman on [ true way to stent the tide of intem-
canal. It is some three hundred feet progenitor.
I the Lake Shore road was ordered to get perance is to be }«rsonally temperate ;
The modern system—Dr. Abbott could I the number of eight ore cars in the train the man must be possessed of the moral
higher than Johnstown and is a body of
water three miles long and from one give it no better name—took the opposite taken out to Wakefiel i. He stood on the consciousness that he violates the law of
mile to one and one-fourth miles wide side. Siu is individual. Every man is platform .-s the cars passed by at a mod his being by going to excess in drinking,
and is in sotno places 100 feet deep. It responsible for his own sin done. Sin, erate rate of s]>eed and read the numbers and the same might be said of eating or
was hold in check by a dam 1000 feet consience, remorse—these are not vicar all of which were in the ten thousands, any other natural habit. But to dictate
wide and 110 feet high,the base being 90 ious, but personal and individual. But without writing them down he went to to a man that he shall not eat or drink is
feet thick. The dam was inspected Dr. Abbott proceed to go still further in tlie conductor and rei>orted the numbers. tyranny. As to our own people it may
some time ago by an engineer and pro the opposite direction from the Calvan- It was afterward ascertained that all were be truly said that we constitute a vast
nounced safe. The cloud burst filled the istic faith. He held that God’s mercy correct.
temperance organization, and that this
lake to ever flowing and the rush of | was not limited by race. It was for one
is the result of the teachings of our relig
waters destroyed the dam. This im race as much as for another. It is not
In a ease recently decided by the su ion and laws. We do not, however, de
mense body of water rtisbed down tlie j limited by color; and under this head preme court of Indiana it appeared that prive ourselves of a rational ihdulgence
mountain gorges and carried death and i the clergymen referred to the discus a husband conveyed a house and lot to in the good things of this life. We fhar
disaster to thousands of people. Homes sion of the color line in the Presby his wife on condition that she would sup there is a lack of moral vitality in the
Christian system of religion, and this, in
have been swept away, children Ix-reft terian General Assembly, and said port him while he lived. The court held our opinion, is the vital cause of the pro
of their parents, whole families drowned, that the same subject would be publi.-ly in the case (Corcoran vs Corcoran) that the hibition craze and the condition of so
and never in the history of the world has | introduced in the Congregational Associ- executory promise of the wife to support ciety that produces it.—Rabbi Levy.
as much desolation, death and despair I ation shortly to meet at Saratoga. The the husband was void, it being the legal
Three cases of spontaneous combustion
been brought about in so short a time. I colored man rides in tlie same car, puts duty of the latter to support himself and
of cotton cargoes in the Iiol.ls of steamers
i up at the same hotel, goes to the same his wife and family also.
May it never happen again.
have been reported in as many weeks,
theatre, attends the same school as the
FOR THE SAKE OF HIS FATHER. white man ; shall lie not. Dr. Abbott asks,
The New York IForM says the Navy is a Spanish vessel was docked at Liver
worship the same God, with the same
pool on Thursday and a fire which had
The Rail Mall Gazette greeted our new gospel, in the same church, under tlie distressed liecause the husband of the been raging two days finally extinguished
minister to England, on his arrival in same roof?
sent to Berlin with the Samoan Commis Fortunately in no instance was life lost,
London, with a glowing panegyric on
Neither is God’s mercy subject to any sioners as a sort of marine valet. It was but in view of the fact that cotton in a
Abraham Lincoln, and added: “We limitation of time, said Dr. Abbott. He
compressed state has this peculiazity a
welcome the son for the sake of the found nothing in the bible to lead him to a clear case of favoiitism. But this is a careful study of the mattei with a view
father.” These words were intended to believo that the offer of divine mercy w as
to preventing the danger would seem to
express satisfaction and lie cordial and limited to a man’s life-time. If he had tion now is: “How large is the family?” be called for.
pleasing, but they cut decidedly across found that doctrine in the gospel, it
The Yakinnf Herald prints the first
the grain of the American idea. They could have been no gospel to him. God’s
The United States intend to see that
carry the endorsement of a principle mercy is eternal. Jf in the far recesses full returns we have seen of the election the Behring sea is not entered by vessels
which should find no root in our polit ical
forgotten God, it will not be because the territory, from which it appears that for the purpose of taking seal, etc. The
Rush has been ordered to Alaska, and is
door of bis mercy is not wide open.
the constitutional convention will stand
It is to be said in behalf of this parti
now receiving ordnance at the Mare Is
People who intend to locate a timber
cular appointment that Robert T. Lin
land yard. Several new guns are being
coln lias never brought discredit upon claim should first read the article on the Democrats 33, Independents 2, Labor 1. put aboard.
the name of his father, that lie lias a third page of this i>ai>er, giving the ques
Children Cry for
respetable record as secretary of war tions to lie answered.
35 Horses by a Single Equestrian
Remember Our Old Motto:
I have just received a Full and Complete Line of
these SHOES, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest
in the market. ALSO—A full line of C. M. Head r-
son & Co.'s Gents' Boots and Shoes, and Ladies' and
Misses' Fine Shoes.
Notice i. hereby given that John K. Hul>-
baril ns inhiiinlBtralor <le lami» non of the
estate of Nathan We.tfnll. <le< eased, ha-
filed his final aceount as such iti the county
court of Yamhill county, Oregon, and saill
court lias fixed iq>on
SATURDAY. .Il’NE «th. l*B,
at tin- hour of I o'clock p. m of said »lay at
tin- court bouse
at McMinnville,* in
sai»l county a » tlie timi- and place for hear
ing the satin-
Therefore, all persons an hcreb,’ notified
to api«-ar a sai»! time ami place and show
cause, if any there is-, why said account la-
not allow. »1 nn»l salii estate tinallv settled.
Dated Mav Till, A. D . pesti
JOHN E HUBBARD,
A »Im in is tra tor .Aforesaid.
IT » ton A- I-T xton ,
Attorneys for Estate.
May 10 13:17
At Extremely Low Prices.
OVERLAMO TO CALIFORNIA.
Southern Pacifie Company’s Lincs,
THE MOI XT SHASTA ROTTE!
and San Francisco,
I O regon R ailway
N avigation C o .
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE
California Express Trains Run Daily
BETWEEN PORTLAND ANO SAN FRAN
4 .00 p n SanFranciseo 7.45pm
7:00 p m Portland
Local Passenger Daily, except Sunday
TiPkPTi ,0 and ,rom Pr>"C'Pal point» In the
United States. Canada and Europe
M :05 a m Eugene.
. 9:00 a ir. Portland .
Elegant Pullman Palace Cars.
Emigrimi Sleeping Cars linn Tlirmigli
3:15 p m
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
WEST SIDE DIVISION
iu : e of gii ai «; e um without chano
Close connection» at Partland for San Fran-
< ¡.-co and Paget Sc..nd point».
A I Iron Steamships leave Portland and San
Francisao every four (4) days, mak
ing the trip in tiO hours.
Cabin................. $ IG 00 j Steerage .
Round Trip -unlimited......................
F a '
H oofing .
Direct from the Factory. This is acknowled
ged to be
Tbc best and nimpleat
THE BEST ROOF NOW IN USE,
As a reference, ask anv o! those who arc- using
THE GARRY IRON ROG I ING.
As I have put on over 400 Squares in Yarn'iill
and Polk Counties. I am prepared to
do Job work of all Kinds, from a
Tin (’up to the most
Elaboraie Ralvanizetl Irim I'tirnirt*.
T Carry a Full Line of
Rule is to <lo the Best Work.
Best Goods at the Least Prices.
O. O. HODSON.
It is positively the shortest and
line to Chicago and the east and south and
the only Bleeping and dining c ar through
Omaha, KannaM City, and all
All sizes from 22 cullbrc
to 45 calibre.
pi IZ.<- lit q
All price« from
sW; 1 r>.<><> up.
all other makes
of rifles put to
Stand without r
rival for aceu-
< powcron large
Ms or small game
We guarantee 1
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed
train service and elegant dining and
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the
The Koyal Route
Others may imitate,but none can surpass i
Our motto is “alwavs on time ”
Be sure and ask ticket agents for ticket
via this celebrated route and take none
W II MEAD. G A
No. 4 Washington street Portland. Or
Illustrated ('atjdogin- wnt
FREE on application.
IN THAT LINE.
Ask your dealer t o show
If so bo sure and call for your tickets
Portland. 4:50 p m McMinn’
5:15 a in Portland .
Through tickets to all points Smtli an.l
For further particulars inquire of any agent
East via California
of the Company or
Ticket offices. No 13*. corner First nnd
A. L. MAXWELL.
Alder streets. Portland. Oregon: corner
G. P. & T. A
Front and F streets. Portland
C. I. SMITH.
E. 1*. ROGERS,
Asst. G F. A- P Agt.
Children Cry for
Ha» junt received another carload of the JUST
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
For accommodation of Second (’lass Par-
sengers attached to express trains.
The 8 P. Company’s Ferry makes con
nection with all ¿lie’ regular trains on the
East Side Division from foot of F street
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
:!0 a ni McMinn’
13 a in Corvallis .
30 p in McMinn*
25 p in Portland .
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
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