The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, June 07, 1889, Image 3

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YOU MUST SWEAR TO IT.
CARLTON.
tVKATBEIt BULLETIN
A CONFESSION.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Chipped beef sliced in any quantity, at
C. Gri».-ci, ...
For Week Ending May 25, 18S0.
A Publication of Facts in the Telephone-
Hot.
The regular monthly meeting of the When Yon Prove up Your Timber Claims,
Be Careful.
Register Brings a Lost Sheep to
The Southern Methodist camp meeting
council was held Tuesday night. All the
The weather is warm and we swim.
No. 13 of the Oregon State Weather Bu­
Repentance.
Friday, June 7, 1889.
at Gaunt’s bridge is in full blast.
“Look before you leap” is an old max­
members present. Minutes ol former
reau Co-operating with U. S. Signal Ser­
The golden harvest is near at hand.
Beardsley will lie tried at Salem next
8ome time ago a paragraph in this pa­ meeting read approved.
im and the people taking up timlier claims
I.ogan A Smith are doing a fine busi­ vice. central office. Portland, Oregon.
week for the murder of Perryman in Polk per regarding the beating of a young lady
THE MARKET REPORT.
Wright broached the subject of selling under the act of June 3, 1878 have now ness.
The temperature is decidedly above
county.
by her father, brought forth an excuse fire engine to Hillsboro. It was thought time to look. The following questions
This market report is corrected Thurs­
the
average. The rainfall has been be­
Mr. Frank Hembree’s little son Frank
A pea vine six feet and eight inches for tbe man from the lady. It seems as
day noon of each week by A. J. Apperson
must be answered by those proving up on
was run over by a wagon last week, ami low the average, except in Union, Uma­
long was brought to this office bv“ Uncle” the following confession will show that advisable not to sell.
PORTLAND MARKET.
Barnekoff, chairman of streets and timber and stone lands under that net.
quite severely injured.
tilla and adjoining counties, where, ow­
... V cental $ 1 30 to 1 32J4 Dickie Cook.
Wheat
the publication did some good and that
What is your postoffice address, and
32JÍ
Oats .
.. .... bushel .30 to
Job work of all kinds can be executed at least one sinner has been reclaimed public property, reported favorably on where do you reside?
Mr. C. Hendrix and family visited his ing to storms on the 29th, it was above
y ton 20 00 to 22 50 at this oflrce. Call and get your work
the road grader and recommended its
Barley ...
mother-in-law in Marion county last the average. The sunshine has been
What is your occupation?
All the Ladies
30
Potatoes. ............... sack .’JO to
from the sin of this earth and brought purchase. He also stated that a rock
above the average and very warm.
done with us.
’ Are you the identical person who ap­ | week, and report a good time.
Who have given tyrr's Hair Vigor a trial
M’ MINN VILLE MARKET.
back
to
the
fold,
humble
and
repentant,
In
Western
<
>regon,
except
a
few
drops,
crusher
with
a
capacity
of
50
tons
of
rock
plied to purchase this land on the-------
John Rohr with 12 men is at present
Mr. W. A. Howe has on the way from no rain fell. The effect of these condi­ are enthusiastic in its praise.
to $ 5 f jo
dozen $
Chicken«..
Mrs. J. J Burton, of Bangor. Maine, »ays :
per day could be purchased for $275; day of------- , and made the sworn state­ the East a fine line of harness that will tions on crops of all kinds has been excel­
...$ dozen 7 00 to 8 00 engaged in painting every building on by the T elephone -R egister .
Ducks
“ I have been using Ayer’s Hair Vigor with
ment
assigned
by
law
before
the
register
surprise the people. He also has his lent.
(A fac simile.)
dozen 8 0U to 10 00 the Broadmead farm.
Geese........
that several of them were in use in the (or receiver) on that day?
marvelous success. It restores the original
16
binding twine lower than the lowest.
... pound 15 to
a confession .
Turkeys
state and all gave satisfaction, and he
The Balston picnic was well attended
Damage was done in parts of Umatilla color to gray hair, promotes a fresh growth,
Are you acquainted with the land above
(Clear sides lb.
Willamina.
recommended
the
purchase
of
one.
and keeps it strong and healthy. As a toilet
from
this
place.
The
execicises
me
re
­
Now
don
’
t
forget
tlie
strawberry
festi
­
county
on
the
29th
by
the
“
cloud
buret"
8
7
Bacon -(Shoulders
lb.
mr. Editor: As you have had A peace
Moved and cairied that the committee described by personal inspection of each val to be given by the aid society at and in the neighborhood of La Grande, article I have never found its equal.”
ported as being very fine.
11
10 to
(Hams.........
of
its
smallest
legal
subdivisions.
in
vour
paper
about
me
or
A
cruil
act
off
be authorized to purchase a rock crusher
10
t —fin 1° P<1 P**!® •
When and in what manner was such Cariton on Saturday evening, June Sth, Union county, by the thunder storm and
Ayer’s Hair Vigor,
Mr. Allyn, of the firm of Barnekoff, punishing my adopted douhter I confess from the Union iron works.
9
8 to
Jjar 1 {In 5 gallon tins .
at 7 p. m. Oh! the strawberries and hail on the same date. The cloud buret
inspection
made?
it
was
not
a
Christian
act.
I
only
can
Prepared by Dr. .T.C. Ayer A Co., tovelt. Maaa.
Allyn
A
Co.,
has
sold
his
interest
in
the
15
Eggs,
dozen
The committee on health and police re­
plenty
of
rich
cream.
The
proceeds
will
iu
Umatilla
caused
streams
to
overflow,
Is the land occupied ; or are there any
bold by Druggistsaud l’criuiuera.
flouring mill in this city to O. Okerson. confess and ask forgivensss wliil asking ported on the Cook house nuisance. Re­
Butter, Creamery, "j? roll 50
go towards buying a bell for the church, and in one instance washed away a house
30
god too forgiv I feel it is my duty to port accepted and placed on file. Moved improvements on it not made for ditch hence the festival should be well pa­ and drowned a lady; of the same
Butter, dull, fresh $ roll 25 to
A
fine
line
of
late
style
hats
was
re
­
1.»
or
canal
pui
poses,
or
which
were
not
to
Brine................. pound. 12
ask forgivness as far as I can so I ask
L. H. Cook be notified by marshal made by or do not belong to you ?
tronized.
storm heavy rain and hail fell at La
5
ceived at Campbell A Fuller’s Wednes­ you Mr. editor please print this I doo that
4 to
Dried apples, dull, # P<1-
; the hail was as large as small
8
6 to
Dried plums, dull, pd.
day. The first invoice will be so'.il at uot feal hard tooward you for the rebuck to abate ti e above nuisence. Carried.
Is
the
land
fit
for
cultivation
;
or
would
Mr. Wm. R. Johnson, better known as Grande
Street
commissioner
reported
on
the
hen
eggs and in five hours 1.77 inches
8
to
6
Dried prunes, dull, r pd.
cost.
it
be
fit
for
cultivation
if
the
timber
were
‘‘
Black
Hawk,
”
tells
of
a
new
way
to
has
caused
me
too
see
my
sins
and
too
condition of E street.
8
6 to
rain fell. The railroad track was block­
Driedpeacbes.dull, V P<1
removed ’.’
hive bees. ‘Tis as follows: When’the of
Wright’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa­ see I must be borned off the sperit off The following bills were allowed.
Flour .
...V sack 1 00 to 1 10
aded by land slides. The hail did some
What
is
the
situation
of
this
land,
and
bees
swarm
and
settie
on
the
little
boughs
Christ
or
I
am
nun
of
his
further
I
ask
and
13
Sugars, declined % cent 11, , 12,
parilla can be relied upon for all blood
Manning & Ungerman.
........ $515.75
damage to crops, but it is thought that
pounds for $1 00 ; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs. diseases, skin affections, etc. Sold oy the prayers of the praing people that I O. O. Hodson...................................... 9.25 what is the nature of the soil, and what of the tall oaks, just take a Winchester the benefit from the rain will outweigh
causes
render
the
land
unfit
for
cultiva
­
|1 25 ; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents
rifle
and
shoot
the
limb
off
about
8
or
9
may
have
the
sperit
off
meakness
L. Wright............................................. 9.00
the damage.
pound : coal oil. very firm, ((f> |2.75 case; Rogers A Todd.
?
inches from the bees. Down they will
jake. Petit.
C. R. Cook A Son
59.50 tion
Prospects for everything continue to be
salt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton,
Mrs Emily A. Sbadden, who died on
Are there any salines, or indications of come, and nothing is left to do but sim­
W.
H.
Houston
...................................
1.50
and is very firm
A SEHIOUS AEFA1K.
the 16th of May, was 28 years of age.
deposits of gold, silver, cinnabar,copper, ply hive them. That is the way he did. excellent. A small amount of smut is
Carlin
A
High
..................
6.00
noticed
in the out crop in Benton county.
She was born in Cook’s Valley, Wabash- Two Horses Killed in a Runaway Monday. Harding A Heath................................. 2.00 or coal on this land ? If so state what
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The ]>en alone cannot describe the en­ The strawberry and cherry crop are
aw county, Minnesota.
they
are,
and
whether
the
springs
or
Jones A Co. .....................................5.43
joyment brought to the little folks last yialding enormously in all parts of the
On Monday John Gilbertson, of North J. H. Crow........................................ 40.03 mineral deposits are valuable.
Cream soda at C. Grissen’s.
Dealers report active demand and quick
week by the citizens of Carlton. 10:30 a. state. Barley is living harvested and the
Is
the
land
more
valuable
for
mineral
Yamhill,
arrived
here
early
with
a
load
Geo. W. Kauffman............................28.00 or any other purposes than for the tim­ m. brought fully 300 to our church to lis­ hay harvest has commenced in many
sales for choice wools, but heavy second-
The water committee are still alive grade
wool is somewhat of a drug on the of strawberries to sell to his customers in Manning A Ungerman........................ 3.85 ber or stone thereon, or is it chiefly val­ ten to the well arranged programme pre­ parts. Pruning of fruit trees continues.
and doing good work.
market.— East Oregonian.
pared for the little children. Sorry space The trees are so heavily laden that if they
this city. While delivering berries to Jno. J. Spencer................................. 8.50 uable for timber or stone?
8. A. Manning.................................... 5.40
When the rock crusher arrives look
William Martin, who lives eight miles Mr. Wortman, the team became fright­
From what facts do you conclude that will not permit the praise of each and ev­ were not considerably pruned off injury
out for some fine streets.
Communications
from
J.
IL
Converse,
southeast of Pilot Rock, was poisoned ened and started on the run for home. regarding committee visiting Corvallis to the land is chiefly valuable for timber or ery child that so ably delivered its part. to them would result.
In Western Oregon the condition and
But Mrs. C. Hendrix will accept the well
Miss Nellie Gortner is spending a few from “poison oak” recently, and died They took the road leading to Lafayette, inspect
light plant, read and stone?
prospects are all that could be
days in Portland this week.
Wednesday from its effects, the first in­ and at the short turn at the approach of placed on electric
What is the estimated market value of wishes and many thanks of the parents crop
file.
desired.
In Eastern Oregon promising
for so kindly superintending the well ar­
on record in this section of death tlie North Yamhill bridge they crashed
the timber standing upon this land?
Martin & Sanders can save you money stance
Communication
of
Astoria
Board
of
reports
are given in all sections. In
ranged
room
for
the
children.
The
room
being
caused
by
that
noxious
growth.
—
Have
you
sold
or
transferred
your
through the fence and down the embank­ trade regarding the Astoria railroad, read
on all kinds of haying tools. 2
Morrow county the lamb crop has lieen
East Oregonian.
claim to this land since making your was nicely decorated with flowers and extraordinary.
ment killing one horse iustantlv. The and placed on file.
Thousands of acres of
evergreens, and suspending from the
The day of the kicker is not yet ended.
sworn
statement,
or
have
you
directly
or
other
horse
was
alive,
but
while
being
Chas. Woods, manager of the fair
Communication regarding bridgencross indirectly made any agreement or con­ ceiling you could read the motto all in high bunch grass land has been Bown
A few of the genus are still kicking.
lead
toward
home,
suddenly
fell
down
Cozine creek read and placed on file.
grounds, will give very fine races on
in any way or manner, with any large gilt letters: “God bless our little to wheat and will yield good crops.
Mrs. Bert Thomas of Seattle, is visiting July 3d and 4th. A 2:40 class and one and expired, from internal injuries re­ This stated that the citizens across the tract,
The temperature in the state ranged
person
whomsoever, by which the title children.” Miss Aggie Sweet, our teach­
ceived.
This
is
a
sad
affair
tor
Mr.
mile running race will be open to the
creek would raise one-half the money
her sister Mrs. Al Hussey of this city.
er, also will long be remembered for her trom 4G to 96 degrees. A continuation
Gilliertson as he is not able to stand the for the bridge if the city would furnish which he may acquire from the govern­ good work bestowed upon her pupils. of the favorable condition is all that is
state.
Dancing
in
the
pavilion,
etc.
Combine* the juice of the Blue Fi^s ot
ment of the United States may inure,
The sale of tlie Perry property was
the other half.
out for the large colored posters loss.
They all did admirably. As space is needed to make this year a most prosper­ California, so laxative and nutrit out,
postponed last Saturday until tomorrow. Look
Marshals report read and placed on in whole or in part, to the benefit of any limited we can but say the programme ous one for the tiller of the soil.
The Town of Syracuse.
which are being printed at this office.
with the medicinal virtues of plants
person except yourself ?
file.
Go to G. S. Wright, dentist, Braly
B. 8. P ague ,
known to be most beneficial to th«
Several of the boys hunted for cats in
Do you make this entry in good faith was good, the dinner No, l.and all that
The Syracuse Improvement company,
Recorders report rea l and placed Oil
block, McMinnville, for first-class work. Harrison
Observer
Signal
Service
In
Charge.
took
part
in
tho
excereisei
deserving
of
human aystem, forming the ONLY PER­
’s Lake the other night, but
for the appropriation of the land exclu­
file.
FECT REMEDY’ to act gently yet
J. S. Hibbs has transferred the work­ found none. The genial joker, Judge of Polk county, has purchased 160 acres
sively to your own use and not for tbe great praise. Let such excercises occur Sell«' Brother» and Barret'« Recent Con-
Petition
of
Wm.
Malone
for
Privilege
at
least
once
a
year.
of
land
at
the
falls
of
the
Little
Luckia-
promptly on the
ing part ot the butcher business to Bond Lougliary, informed them that lie had
use or benefit of any other person?
solldation.
to
sell
mait
liquors
within
the
citv
for
Fox.
Has any other person than yourself,
planted fifty blue catfish there ten years mute and have surveyed and plotted six months, granted.
A Webb.
During the amusement vacation last
LAFAYETTE.
so a crowd fished until 11 o’clock there a site for a town to be called Syra­
or has any firm, corporation, or associa­
Petition
of
J.
E.
Magers
for
reduction
The subscription for the Johnstown ago,
—AND TO —
at
night
for
them,
got
left,
came
home
tion,
an}
’
interest
in
the
entry
you
are
winter
the two largest and most import­
of
city
assessment
of
II.
Dunzer
was
read
flood sufferers already amounts to nearly and licked the Judge. He owned up.
cuse, says the Oregonian. It is claimed
From present appearances there is to
now making, or in the land, or in the
ant
itinerant
exhibitions
of
America
—
we
and
on
motion
the
marshal
was
instruct
­
that
in
the
mountains
back
of
this
town
$1,000,000.
be a wedding here soon.
timber thereon ?
vocal organs are strengthened bv is located the finest body of fir and larch ed to collect the tax.
may sav of the world—by a liold and | k >-
— SO THAT—
N ote —Every person swearing falsely
Teeth extracted without pain by the the The
Tbe Presbyterian Sunday school gives
timber
on
the
coast
range.
Lands
have
The
matter
of
the
sale
of
the
city
lot
use
of
Ayer
’
s
Cherry
Pectoral.
Cler
­
PURE BLOOD,
litic move of their resjiective manage­
application of local anesthetics. G. 8. gymen, lawyers, singers, actors and pub­ already been located there on which referred to committee on ways and means. to the above deposition is guilty of per­ an entertainment next Sunday.
and will be punished as provided by
REFRESHING SLEEP,
Wright, dentist.
On motion adjourned until Wednesday jury
lic speakers find this preparation the 200,000,000 feet of fine yellow fir, which
Supervisor Fletcher has been doing ments, effected a consolidation that in
law for such offense. In addition thereto
HEALTH and STRENGTH
point of magnitude and in extent and di­
There will be a fire drill in uniform, most effective remedy for irritation and must of necessity pass Syracuse to reach June 5th.
some
good
work
on
the
Millican
hill.
the money that may be paid for the land
Saturday night at 7 o’clock sharp. By weakness of the throat and lungs, and the valley. The lowest and best pass
Naturally follow. Every one it using it
versity of attractive features never has
June 5.
is
foifeited,
and
all
conyeyences
of
the
“
Fox,
”
your
Carlton
correspondent,
across the mountains to Yaquina bay is
for all affections of the vocal organs.
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
order of the chief.
Meeting called to order by the mayor. land or of any right, title or claim thereto and family, passed through here the had a parallel. This season, consequent­
by way of Syracuse, and a fine body of All the members of the council present are
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu.
ly, the plants of the Sells Brothers and
Drop a plumb line from the tip of a coal
absolutely
null
and
void
as
against
Rowe & Gaunt, butchers, have sold
other
day.
lias been found at the town site.
of S. H. Barrett are on the road exhibit­ factured only by the
the United States.
their business to D. Stout. Gus Gaunt perfectly formed woman’s nose, and it This place being in the foot hills will be except Councilman I’urt.
Labor Day was almost unanimously ing in vast and unprecedented union, and
will touch a point one inch in front of her a fine summer resort, as fine trout fish­ The bill of Doug Walker for 97.50 for
is retained as clerk.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
TO THE MEDICAL, PROFESSION.
observed here, not over five or six people causing most if not all cotemporaneous
toe. Iler neck and thigh should be ing and hunting is found in the vicinity. building sidewalk allowed.
S an F bancisco , C al .
Mr. and Mrs. Washburne of this city great
offering to work.
Petition requesting removal of street
traveling
shows
to
stand
appalled
at
this
of
the
same
circumference.
She
should
L ovjm ’ ii t.a, Kv.
N e # Yoaa, N. Y.
D epartment of the I nterior ,
have purchased a tine new organ for their stand not above five feet seven, or below A stage line lias been established from commissioner read and by motion laid i
new
and
formidable
Goliath
of
the
eques
­
Work lias been commenced on the
C ensus O
vrrn
ffice
r. , ?'
Dallas to Syracuse, and the company in­ on tbe table.
little daughter Maud.
trian,
zoological
and
hippodromaticword.
five feet three, and should weigh not more tend
Evangelical
college
here
and
is
to
l>e
W ashington , D. C., M ay 1, 1889)
to erect a saw mill there, and the
Ordinance No. 80, requiring improve­
This formidable coalition is to exhibit
We see by the Corvallis limes that a than one hundred and forty pounds.
next thing beard of will be a boom at ments to be made on Third and J streets | The various medical associations and pushed to completion.
here on the date announced in our adver­
lodge of the Grand Orient has been or­
moner
The Columbia river pilots have sent a Syracuse.
Fletcher
Bros,
brought
out
from
the
read
and
passed.
..._
_
____
r
___________
„
o
__
__
the
medical
profession
will
be
glad
to
tising columns and amusement patrons "toX^ ’APHRODITINE’ or
ganized in that place.
refunded.
communication to the state board of pilot
mountains
a
band
of
tine
beef
cattle,
Ordinance No. 81, defining tho duties ]carn that Dr. J ohn S. B illings , Surgeon
may anticipate the delectation of witness­
Gold Found Near Salem.
Is S old on a
Martin A Sanders have just received a commissioners, offering their services on
ana compensation of the street commis-1 U,
-- S, Army, has consented to take charge which they took to Portland last Tues­ ing the largest, the most interesting and
POSITIVE
large invoice of hay forks and carriers, vessels free of charge till such time as
day.
!
News of what promises to be rich gold sioner read and passed.
the liest tented entertainment ever pro­
guarantee
the test case of the Borrowdale vs Neill discoveries conies from the Capital City
direct from the factory.
Ordinance No, 82, relating to licensing , of 111(5 Report on the Mortality and Vital
to
cure any
jected
or
perfected.
The
Sells
Brothers
A great deal of lumber is being hauled
is decided in Judge Deady’s court, pro­
form of nervous
Good upright piano, Decker make, vided the commissioners will not, in the fruit farm, three miles east of Salem. of drays, hacks, etc. with license of $5 Stitistics of the United States as return- here at present. We do not know how announce their exhibitions in this citv,
disease,
or any
disorder of the
nearly new, for sale cheap by John interim, appoint or create other pilots on Mr. Willis, who owns and lives on tract per year for single horse and $10 for team ed by the Eleventh Census.
much building will be done here this Saturday, June 22nd.
read and passed.
generative
or­
Knight with carved legs.
As the United States has no system of summer.
To IliNpel Cold».
the river.
gans of cither *
Ordinance No. 83r regarding the estab­
forty-one, lias been prospecting consider­
»ex
whether
ar-
registration
of
vital
statistics,
such
as
is
Fred Sitton and wife left for a two
Whew ! While the Michiganders and
BEFOPE
ising from the ...
.
The Washington Water I’ower Compa- ably of late, and a few days ago his la­ lishment of F street, read and passed.
after
Headachesand Fevers, to cleanse the
weeks visit in Eastern Oregon, Monday. pany of that city is building an immense
Ordinance No. 84 declaring deficiency relied upon by other civilized nations for others are eating snowballs and pepper system
excessive
--- —-T-
— —
use
—— — of • —
Stimulants. Tobacco *»«
or ''luuill.
Opium,
effectually,
yet
gently,
when
cos
­
bors were rewarded by the finding of a in E street improvements, read and the purpose of ascertaining the actual sauce we are revelling in strawlierries
or through
thrnnoli youthful
«mt.
< lndincretion,
»»«4 t
t.... over is../
or
indulr
They will visit II. Sitton.
dam across the Spokane river between good ledge of quartz. He brought speci­
tive or bilious, or when the blood is im­ encc, Ac., such an Loss of Brain Power. Wakeful
movement
of
population,
our
census
af-
passed.
and
cream
out
here.
new, Bearing down Pains iu the Bac k, Seminal
D. A. Walker sent to this office four the Post street bridge and tbe lower falls mens to this city and those who Baw it
pure
or
shnrglsh,
to
permanently
cure
Ordinance No. 85, declaring deficiency i fords the only opportunity of obtaining
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
SharplesB strawberries, each measuring and will at once build one of the largest say it will pay well. An old California
G. E. Johnson has been elected as habitual constipation, to awaken tiie kid­ al
an -■ approximate
of the birth
Emissions, Ix>ucorrha>a, IHaziness, Weak Mem
..... ......
■-------------- estimate
------- ---------------
flumes on the coast, on the south side of miner looked the claim over and said the in street improvements, read and passed. J : near
over 4*4 inches in circumference?
neys
amt
liver
to
a
healthy
activity
with
­
delegate
from
Lafayette
Lodge
No.
31,
ory,
Ix>88 of Power and Impotency, which if De­
It was moved that the committee of and death rates of much the larger pait
flected often lead to promaturcold age and in tan
the river, tor tbe purpose of supplyihg irospects were excellent. He offered to
out
irritating
or
weakening
them,
use
A.
O.
U.
W.,
to
the
Grand
lodge
w
hich
Elsia Wright offers the use of his en­ power to various manufacturing indus­
Ways and Means sell the land occupied ol tlle country, which is entirely unpro- ,
ty.
Price f 1.00 a box, 6 boxes for |5.00 Bent bv
Syrup of Figs.
mail on receipt of price.
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vided with any satisfactory system of meets in Portland next month.
gine free of charge for the power to run tries. The flume will be built 400 feet at my a small strip of it, near the creek ' by
the old jail. Carried.
where
the
old
saw
mill
used
to
stand,
A
WRITTEN
GLARANTF.E for every f.5 00
State
and
mnnicipal
registration.
the rock crusher, flood for Elsia.
Water committee reported that C. E.
Sion Iteuard. «Kill.
A strawberry festival was given by the
order, to refund tho money if a Permanent
present.
and offered $700 for less than half an Oliver would be here Friday or Saturday
In view of this, the Census Office, dur-; ladies heie last Saturday evening for the
cure is not effected. ThotiKandn of testimonials
J. L. Rogers ami Hugh Collard start­
The readers of the T blkohonb -R egis - from old and voting, of both sexes, permanently
W. D. Laughary, S. P. R. R. agent at acre. He is sure gold is in those hills in and that a meeting of the council was de­ ing the month of May this year, will is-1 benefit of the Methodist parsonage. It
ed for a fishing trip on Nestucca. They this place, will be married to-day, at 10 paying quantities. Mr. Willis continues sired
sue to the medical profession throughout was well attended considering the short ter will be pleased to learn that thero is cured by ApitHonmNK circular frve. Address
at that time.
will bo gone for three or four days.
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
prospecting
and
is
finding
many
good
in
­
the country “Physician’s Registers” for notice given.
a. in., to Miss Dollie Benjamin, daughter
Council adjourned.
at least ona dreaded disease that science
WE8TERN BRANCH,
the purpose of obtaining more accurate
Don’t waste time stoning your cherries of Mr. M. Benjamin. After the cere­ dications of rich gold-bearing quartz.—
BOX 27
PORTLAND, OR.
COUNTY COURT.
Decoration Day was duly observed has been able to cure in all its stages,
returns of deaths than it is possible for
by hand when you can get a cherry ston­ mony they will go to Portland, from Capital Journal,
Sold by Rogers A Todd, sole ngentn fo-
here. First, in the morning, the graves and that is catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure McMinn
the
enumerators
to
make.
It
is
earnest
­
there to McMinnville, where they will
er so cheap at Martin A Sanders’. 2
\
ilk*.
Commencement Exercise».
The June term of the county court! ly hoped that physicians in every part of of
' departed heroes were decorated, and is the only positive cure now known to
visit Mr. Laughary’s parents. — Wood­
Use Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow­ burn Independent, June 1st. Mr. Laugh­
The commencement exercises of the began its regular monthly meeting on the country will co-ojierate with the Cen- • later in the day relatives attended to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
ders if you take pride in seeing your ary and wife arrived here Monday. A
of beloved ones.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
constitutional disease, requires a consti­
Wednesday, June Sth. The business sus Office in this important work. The graves
1
stock look well. Sold by Rogers A Todd. reception was given Monday night at the McMinnville college for the year 1889
tecord should be kept from June 1, 1889,
transacted is as fellows:
Rev. Poling, of this place, was sta­ tutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure
will
be
held
June
9th,
10th,
11th
and
12th.
May 31, 1890. Nearly 26,000 of these i tioned for three years at Johnstown, Pa., is taken internally, acting directly upon
One of Mr. Allyn’s twins died Tuesday residence of Mrs. Wm. Campbell, the
In the matter of the application of A. . i : to
Sunday, June 9th, 11 a. in —Bacca­
registration books were filled up and re- and
■
morning. The other is very sick; also groom’s sister.
can descrilie much more accurately the blood and mucus surfaces of the sys­
P. Oliver and
others
for
a
county
road.
I
?^,,7rj?„L"L
0Unly
.r?-a< ....
‘; turned to the office in 1880, and nearly i than can be pictured from the papers ail tem, thereby destroying the foundation
his bov, who is about four or five years
„
______
.S.
.......
There seems to be more activity in the laureate sermon, Rev. D. T. Richards, of June 5tli, i...._
1
'
read first . au o£ j]iem used for statistical purposes. I,
old.
the unfortunate flooding of that of the disease, and giving the patient
horse market in Eastern Oregon this Hillsboro; 8 p. m.. Educational sermon, time; June 6th, proceedings dismissed It is hoped that double this number will ’ about
,
and
other cities in the Conemaugh val­ strength, by building up the constitution
on remonstrance and bond tor costs for­ i be obtained for the Eleventh Census.
Part of the Hillsboro council called on summer than usual. We are pleased to Rev. J. C. Read, of Oregon City.
ley. He is very anxious concerning tho and assisting nature in doing its work.
Monday, June 10th, 8 p. m.—Annual feited.
this city the other day to inspect our fire note this for Grant county especially
The proprietors have so much faith in its
Physicians not receiving Registers can [ fate
i
of his many friends there.
In the matter of the application of obtain
machinery. Did they inspset our fire has been overrun with surplus hones, exhibition of the Philergian society.
curative powers, that they offer one hun­
them by sending their names and
Tuesday, June lltli, 9 a. m.—Annual Wm. Nelson and others for a county
M.
T.
H
ead .
and cash is more acceptable than stock.
water?
dred dollars reward for any case that it
addresses to the Census Office, and, with
... How prone men are to fret and see meeting of board ol trustees; 8 p. m., road. June 5th, report of viewers read the Register, an official envelope which
fails to cure. Send for list of testimo­
Mrs. T. W. Spencer and daughter who forebodings of evil. A short time ago annual Educational address. John Gor­ first time; Levi Davis, Wisdom Millsap
nials. Address.
no stamp will be provided for
have been spending the winter in this fears were entertained lest we have no don, D. D., of Portland.
225 IMiles Shorter—20 hours less
and John Redmond appointed on com­ requires
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
city, left Monday for their home on the water nor grass, and indeed it looked
Weather very wann.
Wednesday, June 12th, 10:30 a. m.— plaint of Fryer to meet at county clerk’s their return to Washington.
time than by any other route.
Sold
by
all
druggists,
75c.
If
all
medical
and
surgical
practitioners
Sound.
Crops are looking fine.
that way, too. Now we shall havo both, Business meeting of the Students’ union ; office June 19th at 9 a. m. Same order throughout the country will lend their
•«•First class through passenger and freight
To Nurserymen.
We are informed bv Dr. Wright that and the country is safe. Snow in the 3 p. tn., students’ reunion; 8 p. m., grad­ as to complaint of Froud except that aid, the lnortality and vital statistics of
line from Portland and all pomls In the Wil
they are to meet on the premises at 2 p. the Eleventh Census will be more com- : i George Ilutchcroft has moved into his
the Insane Asylum at Salem will have a mountains and rain in the valleys has uating exercises.
lamette valley to and from San Fianetoco.
new
house
and
will
1«
“
a
permanent
resi
­
You
are
cordially
invited.
Notice
is
hereby
given
to
all
nursery
­
in. ¡June 6th, report read second time. prehensive and complete than they have : dent
Why don't farmers
•complete fire department; fire engine, saved our beef
'
of Pike.
In the matter of the application of Geo.
men that the Portland Investment Com­
turn their attention more to raising al­
horses and hose.
MARRIKD.
Time >Seli<*<lule (except Sundays).
been. Every physician should take
Willis and others for a county road. ever
Mrs.
Jack Killen is stopping with her pany desire to contract for 2.000 shade I*ave Albany .130 pm Leavo Yxpiina 0:45 am
falfa for hay. At least two crops could
a personal pride in having this report as
Astoria’s city assessment has been be harvested during the season, and M c C all —Y oung .—On Sunday evening, June 6th, report read first time.
daughter,
Mrs.
Ed
Hayes,
of
this
place.
leaveCorvalli«
1:10 pm leaveC’orvalli«lO:3.> am
trees,
of
different
varieties,
to
be
deliver
­
and accurate as it is possible to make ' Her health is very poor at present.
completed. It amounts to $2,084,209. perhaps three. Looks as if this would
In the matter of the application of full
June 2, 1889, at the residence of the
ed in October, 1889. For further par­ Arrive Yaquina 5:30 pm Ar.-ive Albany 11:10 aiu
it.
The board of equalization will probably certainly pay better than raising tim­
O.
AC.
trains
connectât Albany ami Cor-
John
Berry
and
others
for
a
county
road.
bride, the ceremony of marriage was
It is hereby promised that all informa-l
Pike school is progressing under ticulars, call on the undersigned at the VI allia.
increase this $500,000.
performed by Rev. R. W. Patty, unit­ Proceedings dismissed and bond for­ tion obtained through this source shall*! 'the The
othy.— Grant County News.
McMinnville
flouring
mills.
The
above
train,
connect at Yaqcisa with
superintendence of Milt Edmunds.
ing 1>. W. McCall and Mrs. A. E. feited.
W. J. Simonds and W. G. Henderson
F. B arnekoff .
the Oregon Devclopcment Co’». Line ot Hl.-nm-
be held strictly confidential.
It has come to be generally understood
Milt is just the person to teach Hum.
In
the
matter
of
the
application
of
G.
Young.
have twenty-five head of tine bunch­ that the boy who smokes cigarettes,
ahips between Yaqniua and San I’rancleco.
R obert P. P ortrr ,
For Sale Cheap.
W. H. Harris and family started for
grass horses which they are selling makes himself smell bad and grows idi­
The couple are well known to the peo­ M. Allen and others for a county road ;
Sailing- Dates.
Superintendent of Census.
June 5th, proof duly made; bond fixed at
Washington
territory
last
Thursday,
and
cheap on terms to suit.
otic. The Charleston S uh . on this sub­ ple of this city, and although their mar­ $100. Motion to be heard at 1 p. m.
A Second-hand Buffalo Pitts thresher,
FROM YAQUINA
Be Careful.
they expect to settie in or near What­
Martin A Sanders have just received a ject, says : “And now we learn that Em­ riage was a surprise to many friends they Motion overruled.
and Pelton horse-power. Inquire of T.J. Willamtete Valley. Thursday May 23rd.
O. F. Davidson,
com.
carload of nails. They can give you bot­ peror William of Germany is a cigarette all unite in wishing them a happy life.
The editor of the Wire! Side, of Inde­
Fryer, 1 mile South from Carlton.
Saturday June 1st.
James Agee and Samuel Buell to meet at
Willamette Valley, Sunday. J h no 9tli
Jack Killen was in Pike last Saturday
tom prices on these, as well as on all oth­ smoker. That settles it. He will never
post office in Amity June 18, at 9 a. in. pendence, writes under the above head
D
aniells
—
D
elashmutt
.
—
Friday,
May
with that old smiling face of his. He
turn the world upside down. Water
er kinds of builders’ hardware.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
MOTHERS!
an article as follows:
31, 1889, Judge Laughary united Ross Cooper Surveyor.
says he is bound to be a resident of Pike
cannot rise above its level, and cigarettes
Sunday, May 2fM.li.
Edwin Russ appointed to scholarship
Wright’s Red Cross Cough Syrup never yet inspired anyone to heroics.
Castoria
is
recommended
by
physicians
Daniels and Miss Clara B. Delashmutt.
“
An
agent
for
a
San
Francisco
house
Tuesday, May 28th.
soon.
in State University.
or children teething It is a purely veget­
cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of From Alexander to Napolean Bonapaite
Wednesday,
June 5lh
has been doing Independence taking or­
able
preparation,
its
ingredients
are
pub
­
Allowed
district
No.
5,
McKinley
su
­
Pike can soon boast of a new church.
voice and all inflamed conditions of the no great man was ever addicted to this
A Yamhill Victory.
The company reserve« the right to change
ders for suits and shirts. Some people
lished
around
each
bottle
It
is
pleasant
pervisor,
3500
feet
of
lumber.
C.
Oby
is
at
the
rudder,
and
when
Chris
lungs. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
date» withont riolico.
believe all that such strangers tell them
habit. The man who spends the
the taste and absolutely harmless. It re­ »ailing
The races at Independence were well
Allowed district No. 7, Potter supervis­ and order goods, pay one-fourth down is there the vessel sails and don’t you to
N. B.—Passengers from Portland and all Wil
lieves constipation regulates the bowels, amette
The Woman’s Missionary society of most appreciable portion of his ex­ attended and a Yamhill county horse or, 2000 feet of lumber.
Points can make close connec­
forget
it.
quiets pain, cure» diarrhoea and wind colic, tion with Valley
YUe M. E. Chui eh held a very interesting istence striking matches to keep
train» of tlie Y aouina H octf . at
. Scaled bids will be received at the July and wait for the goods to arrive. The
.
A non .
allays feverishness, destroys worms, and Albany or the
meeting at tlie residence of Capt. Handly alive the lighted end of a roll of paper won the one half mile and rejieat running term 1889 until Friday 1 p. m. Bidders experience of the writer is to let such
Corvallis, and if destined to San
prevents convulsions, sooth«» the child and Francisco, should arrange io arrive at Yaqnina
A Pecu liar Accident.
stuffed with vile-smelling tobacco, re- race. Six horses were entered and given to furnish plans and bid on same, for men alone. We have $7.50 in the hands
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
gives it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas­ the
evening before date of sailing.
hasbed out of castaway cigar stumps, has positions as follows: Kitty Wells, Lancer bridge across the Yamhill river near of a Portland house now that was paid
Kettleman and Lady Beach, two of very little brains, and soon fritters away
From the East Oregon Herald we toria is the children’s panacea—the moth­
on just as fair representations as could
TSixrer Steamers
Yamhill's trotters, were shipped Tues­ tlie modicum with which nature endowed Dudley, Charley M, Paddy Ryan, King, Ballston. Span to be 2 feet higher than be given. Wm. Carpenter, now dead, learn of a peculiar accident. That pai>er ers’ friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
Will run between Portland and Corvallia an
old bridge.
day to Portland. Lady Beach to trot in
Maggie
R.
The
first
heat
was
won
by
ordered
a
suit
at
the
same
time
and
was
followRt North bound leave» Corvallia, Mon­
him,”
Bays:
the 2:40 race, Kettleman to be sold.
Lancer Dudley very easily iu 51 seconds;
day, Wednesday and Friday, a rn.. leave»
to have the privilege of examination.
Pacific Coast Railroad».
“
H.
D.
White,
brother-in-law
ol
If.
followed
by
Kitty
Wells,
Charley
M,
Salem,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. a.
A
Question
Raised.
The
goods
came
without
this
privilege,
It is reported that several thousand
M. Horton, came in from Woodland, When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorla,
in. South bound leaven Portland, Monday.
King and Paddy Ryan in the order
Eli Perkins, the great American pre­ lie took them out and they did not fit. Cal.,
trout have been shipped from Sheridan
Wednesday
and Friday, 6 a.m.; h aven Salem,
last
fall,
and
was
herding
liorseH
Members of the order of the A. O. U. named.
He tried to get satisfaction from the firm
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
this Spring. They must be far lietter
Tuenday, Thursday and Saturday, 6a.m.
The second heat and race was won by varicator, is in Portland, and was inter­ of A. B. Steinbach & Co., of Portland, about 75 miles south of Harney, in the
W. assessment life association, as well
fishers than the McMinnville people.
Paanenger
and
freight rates always tlie low
Lancer Dudley in 51’., seconds, with viewed concerning his views on the Pa­ and could not, so ho went to Albany and early part ol the month with Dean Hor­ When she became Miss, she clung to C'astoria, eat For information,
apply to Mesnrs. HUL-
When
she
had
Children,
she
gave
them
Castoria
The School tax lor District No. 40 is as members of other insurance orders King a good second.
ton.
They
camped
in
the
Gorge
on
cific coast railroads. “Wall street,” said traded them to L. E. Blaine for one-half
MAN A CO., Freight and Ticket Agents, 200
Kiger
creek
in
the
Steen
mountains,
and
now due. The books may be found and are already wondering what effect the
and
202
Front
street,
Portland,
Oregon; or to
Mr. Peikins, “keeps clearly posted about what he paid for them and bought a on the night of the 15th a snowfall of
Willmnitia Will Celebrate.
C. C. HOCUE,
payainet made at First National Bank, terrible Johnstown flood and destruction
i suit there. These are facts and we
Western
railroads
Wall
street
furnishes
■
Acting Gen’l, Frt. A Pass. Agt., Oregon Pacific
McMinnville, Oregon. J.H. Henderson, of life will have upon their orders.
..
, ,
.
.. . ,
| Biuipiy
simply give uur
our vaiciivc
experience iiiiyi
and nmv
that ui
of about two feet took place. To protect
You will notice a large poster announ- the
R. R. Co , Corval’is, Oregon.
money and knows where it is being tho other party in orJer to warn the pub. themselves from the rigorous cold they
School Clerk.
Surely some companies must go under.
6
C. II. HASWELL, Jr.,
cing the fact that Willamina will cele­ used. i eu A ork lias just furnished ij(. The beat wav is to leave vour orders kindled a fire of charcoal in a common
The
loss
of
life
is
so
great
—
greater
in
Genl.
Frt. A Paas, Agt., Oregon Development
About 60 of our citizens have invested fact than any in the history of the world
stove-kettle.
The
tent
being
umall
and
brate
the
fourth
of
July
in
a
manner
money
for
the
Seattle,
Lake
Shore
<1
with
tailors
nearer
home.
”
'
Co.,
Montgomery
street, San Francisco, Cal.
in the Louisiana lottery. This amount
Eastern, which is to run from . eattle up
ft seems to us that it is rather extrav- tight, and weighted with snow, the gas­
of money spent in taxes would create since life insurance has been general— equal to the occasion. Two ye.trs ago a through
ses
generated
failed
to
escape,
and
when
the bkagit ami Nooksack valleys agant for the eilitor of a newspaper to in-
it must cripple seriously, if not al­ | celebration was given at this beautiful
one of the greatest kicks ever heard. that
------ suit.
•
-
. then,
1 ...
wipe out of existence, some or­ little mountain town, and was attended on Puget sound to the Canadian Pacific. vest • in a $7.50
But,
Pent­ discovered by parties that went out to
But from a tax they would derive more together
This
makes
a line from .Seattle to St. lallu
ulc rc
ders.
At
best,
assessments
will
be
very
land IlilB
has the
reputation of being a dude see how they had fared during the snow
by a large number of people who all Paul, seventy
benefit.
shorter than the inrTlailv-kinpr1 . Experience costs mon­ storm, White was dead, and Horton al­ B. CLARK. PROPRIETOR.
high,
spoke well of the celebration and of the Northern Pacific. miles
The Northern
Pacif- vy,
You do not know it, but for the last
.
-li i-
a at • i
i
i
ey, ana
and -y a a newspaper
newspaper mau
man is
is sure
sure wm
to get most past recovery. An inquest was
people
of
Willamina,
who
catered
to
Teachers Retained.
week six persons have been employed in
will discount tins by building west ail the experience possible in this world held and the evidence as to the cause of
j their enjoyment. N. L. Butler will orate ic
from Missoula straight thromrh
through the
th« Pa
P«- ­ _at any r‘atc he al ways gets the experi- death found in accordance with the
this office on news and job work steadily.
A meeting of the school directors was and various amusements will be partici­ louse country to Pasco Junction. It is’
Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to
We have been overrun with job work of
! ence and the other fellow gets the above, the survivor having made a state­
pated in by the people. Go by all means
order in Oak. Ash or any Wood
held
Wednesday
alternoon
for
tho
pur
­
conceded now in New York that Villard ! ! money.
ment of the facts.”
.all descriptions, but owing to our fine
and enjoy yourself.
desired.
-------- VIA THE--------
has tlie Oregon & Transcontinental and i
equipment it has all been turned out on pose of retaining the teachers for the
Still In The Blood.
School Report.
Northern Pacific in liis pocket, and that
deeds RECORDED,
time.
public school of this city. The teachers
FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY I Cascade Division’ now completed,
the O. P.. & N. will be in the same system
—■—------ -
One of Victor LaChapelle’s boys, on
(Uncle Andy Shuck and Mr. Hayden, will be as follows: Principal, Geo. A. I School report for district number 6, within a year. The Union Pacific will
making it the Shortest, Best’
Irene Everest to Cynthia Jane Thom-
---- o----
‘two old pioneers of this county, are spend­ Peebles, of Salem, salary $100 per month ; Yamhill bounty, Oregon, for the month then build through from Parma, near as, lot 3, in block 4, Everest’s addition French Prairie, four miles west of Ger­
and Quickest.
ing the summer in camp at the Meadows Assistants, L. H. Baker, salary $50 per
Orders taken for all kinds of work and
vais, was taken down with smallpox
Boise City to the Oregon Pacific and come to New berg; con $2.50.
and are catching more fish than all of our month; Miss Minnie Peters, of Mon­ | ending May 31st: Total number enroll­ into Portland over the Southern Pacific.
Sampson Dukes to John Linke, 160 Thursday. He is the only member ot the satisfaction guaranteed Call at factory The Dining Car line. The Direct Route.
champion fish catchers. We return mouth, salary $40 per month ; Miss Car­ ed, 31; average daily attendance. 27; The Chicago & Northwestern is building ! acres in t 2 s, r 5 w; con $800.
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Low­
and see specimens of furniture.
thanks to Mr. Shuck for a fine large mess rie Mark, salary $40; Miss Ella Jones, of names on the roll of honor are Harry from Fort Fetterman, w’est of tbe Black
W.
C. Mans to Mike Martin, re.
16.20
I family who escaped the disease last win­
est Rates to Chicago and all
'
v
on
Do not buy without first serin the furni­
-of mountain trout.
ter, when it prevailed among them, as
froints East. Tickets sold
Dayton, salary $40; Miss Emma Green, Martin, George C'rimmins, Walter Crim- Hills to Chico, in California, and will go acres in t 3 s, r 2 w; con $240.
mins, Clarence Crimmins, Mark Eng­
to all Prominent Points
W. F. Harris to B. F. Simmons, 53.50 will lie remembered. Justice Poujade, ture manufactured here in your own state
“My daughter was greatly troubled salary $40. The assistants are graded in lish, George Martin, Isaac Newton, Ber­ to San Francisco down the Sacrimento
throughout the East and Southeast.
acres in t 2 B, r 5 w; con $300.
of Gervais, under authority from County and conntv
valley.
I
tell
you,
”
said
Eli,
“
this
Pa
­
with scrofula and at one time, it was the order named.
tie Newton, Winnie Helyer, A. C. Levis, cific coast is to ba terribly shaken up in
R. CLARK.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep­
11. Hurley to Fred Bent, part of lots 6 Judge Shaw, has established a strict
feared she would loose her sight. AVer’s
Maggie Newton, Mattie Martin, Minnie the next five years.”
ing Cars
Formerly of Yamhill.
and 7 of block 8, Hurley’s addition to quarantine around tbe premises and there
Sarsaparilla has completely restored her
Helyer, Nora Crimmins, Katie Ciirn-
Reservationscan be secured in advance.
Newberg; con $1.00.
is scarcely any possibility of the disease
health, and her eyes are well as ever,
Prices
Consistent
with
Goo*
Work.
inins,
Lois
Ford,
Adele
Ford,
Maud
New
­
The many friends of G. W. Woodson
Dr. Bonebrake extracted a needle from
United States Patent to Goo. W. Coff- spreading. It is a curious fact that this
with not a trace of scrofula in her system.”
O ma F outs , Teacher.
tbe breast of Frank Bulger’s baby on • man, 160 acres in t 5 s, r 7 w.
To East Bound Passengers.
boy should, after nearly six months,
and family who formerly lived in this ton.
—-G. King, Killingly, Conn.
last Monday. The poor little thing had
Be caeful and do not make a mistake
Geo. W. Coffman to Titus Smith, ltX) break out with the disease which appar­
Races.
Wm. Dickerson, night engineer at the county, will be pleased to learn that his
been complaining for a week or more acres in t 5 s, r 7 w; con $800.
but be sure to take the
ently made its complete disappearance.
McMinnville mills, had the misfortune only daughter, Martha, was married in
On Friday, June 21, a matched run­ and it was not known what ailed it, until
The Glanders.
The Public Must Be Satisfied.
yesterday morning to get his thumb Paris, Mo. on the 5th inst. The family ning race, *>. mile heats, best 2 in 3, will a little inflai ted. swollen spot was dis­
Northern Pacific Railroad.
Has the most complete stock of harness
caught between tbe piston crank and the have a host of warm friends in this
covered on its breast by Mrs. Bulger,
The
glanders
have
appeared
in
Oregon
Owing
to
the
great
rush
on
our
space
in
the
county.
At
present
12
set
of
sin
­
take
place
at
Independence
between
Pad
­
And
see that your tickets read via
main bearing of the engine. He will county who all join in their congratula­
when she brought it to the doctor. The
THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to
gle harness, hand made, in prices
probablv lose the injured member; at tions to their daughter on her new name.1 dy Ryan, King and Charley M. for a skin had healed over it entirely and and Washington and a large number of in consequence of the publication of tlie
avoid changes and serious delays occa­
ranging from $12 to *30. and 8
any rate lie will have to lay off for a
purse of $150. On the 22d, a half mile there was only the agony of the child by horses have been ordered killed. For details of the alleged abortion case, in
Races.
sioned by other routes.
set of teain harness as cheap
while.
running race, best 2 in 3, free for all which to indicate the nature and location some time past a horse belonging to H. which are readers are greatly interested,
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
The East Oregon Herald is published
On the 15tli of this month a match race horses without a record, in Marion, Polk, of the trouble. The doctor made an ex­ Eccleston has been sick and various lem- we have been obliged to lay over our en­ AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY on regular express trains full length of
in Burns, Harney county, and comes to between Jo Jo and Big Bend will be trot­ Benton and Yamhill counties will bo run amination of tbe spot and became satis­ j edies have been resorted to, but of no tire cable and telegraphic dispatches.—
the line. Berths free. Lowest rates.
Can be seen on tbe hooks I n my shop.
at the same place for a purse of $50 and fied that there was something unusual ! avail. Finally glanders appeared and he Vanconrer, (B. C.) World.
this office each week. For the last four
Quickest time.
• or five weeks the paper has been filled ted on the race track in this city. The entrance money. Address John R. there, and ujion cutting into it, took out was immediately killed.
The above paper catered to the public | I have competent workmen employed
do all kinds of repairing and to make General Office Of the Company. No, 1X1
with sand, regular Eastern Oregon sand, match is for a purse of $40.1. There will Cooper for particulars.— .Salmi Statesman. about two-thirds of an ordinary needle.
taste. It was no doubt interesting, but I to
BORN.
harness ordered. I also keep a full Flrmt St., Cor Washington, Cortland, O
The little thing was rendered compara­
which no doubt sifts in through the mail also be a half mile and repeat running
was it moral? It seems that a news­ any
stock
oil and rubber robes, lap robes,
Have you seen the fine color printing tively easy right nway.—Goldeudale Sen­ To the wife of Mart Spencer, of this paper should use judgment once in a • horse of
bag while being carried by tbe stage to race. A large meeting will lie held here
A D CH A IU ¿Xnt.
covers, saddles, etc. A full line of
on
the
4th
of
July.
tinel.
I
done
by
this
office?
city, on June 2, 1889, a l»ov.
great while.
:to the railroad station.
ras for repairs constantly- on hand
Asst. General Passe1-
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
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Cleanse the System Effectually,
Tbe Celebrated French Cure,
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Furniture Factory,
The Great
Transcontinental Route.
fete ?¡¿í: Ratei
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