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THE TELEPHON E-KEG ISTEIL
HARDING & HEATH. Publishers.
One Copy, per year, in advance................. $2 00
One Copy, six months in advace............ I 00
Entered at the postoflice at McMinnville
Oregon, as second-class matter.
advertising R ates of T he T ele
phone -R egister are liberal, taking in
consideration the circulation. Single
inch, $1.00; ^ach subsequent inch, $.75.
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
A ll C ommunications M ust B e S igned B y
the person who sends them, not for pub
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good
faith. No publications will be published
unless so signed.
J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
the best in Yamhill county and as good
as any in the state A complete steam
plant insures quick work.
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the editorial or business departments, to
T he T elephone -R egister . McMinnville,
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ter will be mailed to any person in the
United States or Europe, who desires one,
free of charge
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phone -R egister with any other paper
published in Yamhill county
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mediately reporting the same to this office.
August 9, 1889.
Get in fighting trim and don the
armor, we want that Astoria road.
Why all this talk about the new
postage stamp? The old is good
enough for us.
McMinnville will surely have
waterworks before winter but will
as much enterprise be shown for
the Astoria railroad?
Good things come slow. The Mc
Minnville water plant must be aw
ful good. Adjectives cannot ex
press the degree of goodness.
The Princess Louise and the
Duke of Fife were married the other
day. The people of Great Britain
will now pay for the fifer literally.
McMinnville is the largest city
and has the best advantages of any
city on the west side. Will the
people let the Astoria road go by
Direct communications to the
sea in order to quickly transport
our immense wheat crop to deep
water is what McMinnville needs.
Do we want it? Yes.
Experiments at the Mare Island
navy yard have demonstrated that
Oregon yellow fir possesses as much
tensile strength as the best Eastern
white oak. It is then one of the
best ship building woods.
The people of this city are now
unanimous that waterworks arc
needed, and bad at that. Let us re
mind you of the time when you
were kicking at the T elephone -
R egister for advocating such an
The chief engineer of the tire de
partment and the marshal consti
tute what is known as the board of
fire wardens and by ordinance have
duties to perform during the month
of July. They hare not yet perform
The people of McMinnville in
tend to be on the safe side; they
are insuring their property since
the large fires on this coast, at rates
ranging from 4 to 10 per cent. How
these same people would kick at a
tax levy of 3 mills for better lire
protection. Better fire protection
in the shape of a water plant would
be the cheapest. But some people
cannot see it that way.
The slow going Canadians on
the north of us have demonstrated
their ability to rustle. They carry
a cargo of tea from Y okohama to
New York in twenty-one days. The
people of this country must look out
or all Eastern trade with China will
go over this Northern Route. Port
land, if she had the eye to business
necessary to her success, could do
as good if not better than this.
NOT A FAILURE.
The mineral products of the
The Oregonian under the caption . country for the year 1888 reached
"Failure of Creameries” cites the | the value of nearly $300,000,000, di-
fact of the McMinnville creamery I vided as follows : Iron and steel
shutting down, giving as a reason in process of manufacture. $145,-
that it failed to produce marketable 1000,000 ; gold and silver amount
butter at reasonable terms. In or ing to $93,000,000, copper aggre
der that the Oregonian may be gating $34,000,000, lead worth $11,-
rightly informed on this subject we 000,000, zinc reaching $6,000,000,
will state that the McMinnville and quicksilver yielding $1,500,-
creamery produced good butter at 000, to say nothing of nickel, co
a price satisfactory to both manu balt, oxide, chromium, manganese,
facturer and consumer and that the aluminium and platinum. The
direct cause of its shutting down value of building stones produced
was not owing to the reason given in this country is $25,500,000 an
by the Oregonian. The factory has nually, that of the brick and tile
been shut down during the dry sea industries $48.000,000, the produc
son because of the lack of cream, tion of lime $25,000,000, while ce
and also for the purpose of repairing ment, comparatively a small indus
and fitting up with a better supply try, will reach in value $5,000,000
of cans for the farmers’ use, and a year. And then we have salt,
to establish new routes. The showing a product valued at over
creamery in this city will be run $4,000,000 annually. The total
ning to its full capacity by the first production of all kinds of commer
of October. It will begin operations cial coal in 1888 amounted to $204,-
000,000. These, together with the
on the first of September.
minerals of lesser importance, bring
the aggregate up to about $600,-
S TiR YOURSELVES.
000,000, and the bowels of the
It seems as if the time for more earth are still rich with gold, silver
water and better fire protection had and coal enough to supply the
arrived. Seattle, Ellensburg and wants of millions yet unborn.
Spokane Falls, three of the best
towns in the United States are now
Chee Gong, who has been con
in ashes owing directly to the want victed of the murder of Lee Yick in
of adequate fire protection. It is the Chinese theatre over a year ago
now time for all towns not supplied will be executed in the jail yard in
with the appliances for fighting fire Portland to-day. A large ]>etition
to be up and doing
McMinnville signed by the prominent men of
should realize her precarious condi Portland asking for a commutation
tion should a fire break out, and at of sentence to life imprisonment has
least let a little flutter of energy stir been presented to Gov. Pcnnoyer,
the unruffled sea of laziness which Lut lie will have nothing to do with
has engulfed the city. People look the case and the law will take its
into their own interests in this city course
but to the interests of the city at
“Sunset” Cox of New York has
large they pay no attention. The
improvement of this city means been in Portland this week and left
dollars in their pockets in time to yesterday for the East. Mr. Cox is
come. When the water plant is in the only public man now living who
and in running order, one great voted for the admission of Oregon
move toward the top of the ladder as a state. That was over thirty
will then be made. Other moves years ago, and he still holds the
can now be contemplated and dis same seat in the house of represen-
cussed. Please don’t die so easily. atives which he occupied then.
Let us have new fire apparatus with
General Slaughter, a prominent
the new water plant.
Alabama republican was about to
be appointed United States marshal
The Oregon farmer need not wor for that state, when it was discover
ry this year. The wheat crop of ed that he is “the father of three
the world is light, at least dis little niggers." and his commission
patches so state. The crop of Ore was witheld. Slaughter is a white
gon is a little light but still taken man and the administration objects
from an Eastern standpoint it is I to harlequin matches.
immense. Russian officials report
The Sioux Indians have signed
that their crop is the worst in years.
The following dispatch was furnish ! the treaty which opens up 11,000,-
ed the New York Times lately by a | 000 acres of land to settlement be-
| tween the Missouri river and the
‘Telegrams from Vienna report j Black river hills. A great rush for
the ravages of something like a cy | these lands will be made. Con-
clone in Hungary and Northern l tracts for railroads through them
Roumania, which not only destroy 1 will be let inside of ninety days.
ed the grain still standing, but
swept away so many granaries at
Szegedin, Moliacs and other centers
that the bulk of the grain harvested
a few weeks ago was also destroyed.
The Austrian ministry of agricul
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
ture officially announced the day
before this storm that the grain
crops of Galicia and Silesia were a All kinds of Goods al Bedrock I’l ices !
total failure, and those of Bohemia
•ALL AND HEE FOR YOURSELF.
and Moravia very bad.
In India, too, the reports from I Will be glad to show our Goods and con
Bombay are worse as the season
vince all that we mean Business
advances. Official estimates of
averages show a shortage of fully CASH BEFORE DELIVERY.
15,000,000 bushels. But these tid
Mrs. Morris & Co.
ings from exporting countries are
not the worst feature of the present
situation, Two weeks ago it was
assumed that both England and
France would have exceptionally
large yields. This hope is now
measurably shaken. The Times
says: ‘ The recent wet, cold weather
has caused considerable loss, and
occasions serious anxieties to the
farmers of England. Unless there
are now six weeks of unbroken sun
shine the favorable prospects for
the year will not be at all realized.’ I Tills Shoe is warranted First Quality in every respect.
’.’ ■'•y Stylish. Perfect Fit. Plain To»-* and Tipped. Men’s,
The sainct wretched climatic con 3ovb
’aud Youths’ CO.WKkMS, BVi'fON AND LACE.
ditions worked havoc with the
French crop, which is now esti
mated at a fifth less than a fort
night ago. Shipping freights from
the Baltic and Black seaports have
within a week advanced from lid
to Is 6<1 to France and England in
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed guardian of the peison and estate
of Daisy D. Taylor and Birdie D. Taylor,
minors; under and by virtue of an order
and license of sale duly made anil en
tered of record .Inly 16th, 1889, by the
county court, of Sherman county. Oregon,
I will on Saturday, the
17th DAY OF AUGl'ST, 1889,
at the hour of 2 o’clock in the afternoon
of said day. at the couit housedoorat
McMinnville, Oregon, at public auction,
sell for cash in hand, on day of sale, the
following real premises, to-wit:
Will Soon Receive
ANOTHER CARLOAD OF
An undivided one-seventh interest
jointly in the north hah of the donation
land claim of Ruel Olds and Elmina
Olds, in Yamhill county, Oregon, except
ing about 109 acres sol’d to Robert Stew
art and 10 acres sold to G. IV. Goucher,
and leaving 212 acres, more or less, and
being all the interest of said minors in
said north half of said claim.
for Infants and Children.
“Caatoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to anv prescription
IL A. AnniEr.. M.D..
111 8o. Oxiord St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Castorla r-.rn Colic. COMHpation.
Sour Stomach. Iharrhcra. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di-
T he C sntavr Co«PAJnr, 77 Murray Street. N. Y.
Notice for Publication.
L and O ffice at Oregon City, Or., |
Julv 17th, 1889.1
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intentioh to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Couty Judge, or in his
absence before the County Clerk of Yam
hill county, at McMinnville, Oregon, on
Monday, Sept, ltlth, 1889, viz.
Homestead Entry No. 5512, of the w
of n e >4 and e k. of n w 'J of section 34.
t 3 s of r 5 w.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz ;
M. Morgan, T. E. Loban, C. R. Cook,
and J. IV. Cook, all of McMinnville,
Yamhill county, Oregon.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of such proof, or
who knows ot any substantial reason,
under the law and the regulations of the
interier department, why such proof
should not be allowed, will be given an
opportunity at the above mentioned time
and place to cross-examine the witnesses
of said claimant, and to offer evidence in
rebuttal of that submitted bv said claim
W. T. BURNEY,
To Be Sold At Prices That Defy Competition I
I HAVE EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT IN MY LINE.
AND HAT STOCK
That is deserving of more
than mere mention, and
Why? Because, when style
and quality are to be found,
why select from odd sizes
or inferior goods?
Guardian's Sale of Kcal Estate.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
Soiithmi Pacific ('oiii|iii!n\ lines,
THE MOOT SIIAXTA KOI TE ’
ORE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
J. J. COLLARD,
and San S'raiwiseo,
M c M innville ,
California Express 'Trains Run D .;!y
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND k * U FRAN
4.9ft p m San!’r.iiic>.■«>
7:00 p m Portland
in. I pm
Ixx-al Passenger Daily, cxct‘pt Sunday
8;05 a in Eugene.
9:00a m Portland .
2 I<» p m
rnllnian lliiffel Sleepers
O regon R ailway
N avigation C o .
For accommodation of Second Class Pas
sengers attached to express trains.
The 8 P. Company's Ferry makes < on-
nection with all the' regular trains on the
East Side Division from foot of F street
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
bel a in
is. 12:2 j* ni
29 p m
At Albany and Corvallis < oiup <1 with
trains of Oregon Pacific
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE
to ano frcr.i principal points in the
United States. Canada and Europe
Elegant Fulltnan Palace Cars.
Emigrant Slei pin" ( nrs Rim Through
on Express Trains to
COI N<’IL Bl.l l l’S
\XI> ST. PAUL.
FREE OF GIIAUGE *Mt> « ITHOl'T CIIANU
Close connectionH at Portland for Nnn Fran*
(isco and Puget So.jul points.
Mera Pía: EÚM.
A I Iron SteamsbipH leave rortland and San
Fir.ncisao every four (4) days, inak
ing the trip in i»0 honrn.
|IO 001 Steerage
Benml Trip unlimited.............
For farther particulr.
•f the Compai>5 or
inquire of any agent
A L. MAXWELL.
G. P A T A.
C. J. SMITH,
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
And see that your tickets read via
i Notice i> hereby given that the under THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to
signed guardian of tjie person and estate of • avoid changes and serious delavs occa
Alma L. Olds, Clara C. Olds. Emma E I sioned by other routes.
I Olds, Ira. P. Olds, Samuel <’ 01.1«, Ella M. I Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
Olds, Julia Olds. Catherine <tlds, Lulu II. j on regular express trains full length <>t 225 Miles Slioi (<*r 20 hmirs lews
i Olds and Mary E. olds, minors; under and
lime tlism b\ any other route.
Berths free. Lowest rates.
I by virtue of an order and license of sale the line
! duly made and entered of record Julv 2d. Quickest tune.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANY’S STEAMSHIP LINE.
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I 1889. by the county court of Yamhill com/
(lenera Office or the Company, No, 121
j tv, Oregon, will, on Saturday, the
Flrt 84., Cor Walihigton. Pori ami. Or.
17th DAY OF AUGUST, 1889,
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A 1> CHARLTON.
at the hour of 1 o’clock in the afternoon of ’
Passenger Ag< lit.
I said day at the court house doorat Me-1
j Minnville, Oregon, sell at publie auction
for cash in hand, the following real pretn-
i ises, towit:
An undivided one-seventh interest in the
following described portion of the north
1 half of the donation land claim of lluel !
| Olds and Ehnitia Olds, his wife, Claim No |
<o. Notification No. 1.71s, in Yamhill coun
ty, Oregon, to-wit: Beginning at a point
22 64-100 chains east of the northwest corn-
r of said donation land claim, and which
point is also the northeast corner of a tract
of land owned by Robert II. Steward ; theme !
.smith 42 95-100 chains to division line lie-!
tween the north ami south half of said do- ■
The best and simplest
nation land claim ; them e east on said di- |
vision line 5} !tS-li«>< hains to east boundary j
of said claim; thence north on east. 1 totin’
darv of claim 20 33-100 challis to southeast
I corner uf a tract of land owned by Irene
t’albreath; thence northwesterly id chains
to southwest comer of said Calbreath tract
thence north lit 10-100chains to north boun
dary line of said claim; thence north ho de
1^. All sizes from 22 calibre
grees. 30 minutes; west along north Itoun-
to 45 calibre.
darv line of claim 37 X9-100chains to angle
in claim line; thence 17 81-1OO chains to the
All prices from
place of beginning; containing 213 79 loo
acres, in Yamhill county. Oregon
Deed at expense of purchaser.
has won more V
iSbind without a
Dated this 15th dav of Julv. 1880
pnz<-at Target 1
rival for accu-
N. If. OLDS,
power on largo
of rifle» put to
F. W. F enton ,
or small game
Attorney for said Guardian.
Genuine Calf Shoe
The Celebrated French Cure,
Am. don’t hav to offer a prize to tell this
Ocodt, for its the BEST bl ADE. Every Can holds
A. J. APPERSON,
We bava the Exclusive Control ci
Notice is hereby given that John Rec'
executor of the estate of James Rocs, de
ceased, has filed his final account as such in
the county court of Yamhill county. Ore
gon. and said court has tixed upon Tuesday.
September 3. 1SSP. at the hour of 1 o’clock
n. m. of said day at the court house, at
Minnville, in said county, as the time and
place for hearing the same.
Therefore all persons are hereby notified
to appear at said time and place ami show
cause, if any there be, why said account In*
notallowed and said estate finally settled.
Dated Julv 9th. A. D.. 1889
In the county court of the state ot Ore
gon, for the county of Yamhill.
In the matter of the estate of James
I To August McCulloch, Jesse McCulloch, Portland LEAAE.
4 :50 p m. McMinn'
Hugh McCulloch, George McCulloch, McMinn'
William McCulloch, Gilbert McCul Through tickets to all points South and
loch, and all the unknown heirs of
East via California
James McCulloch, deceased, by name
Ticket offices. No L»4, corner First ami
“unknown heirs.” Greeting:
Alder streets, Portland. Oregon; corner
I In the name of the state of Oregon, Front and F streets. I’ortlaml
you are hereby cited and required to ap R KOEHLER.
E. I’. ROGEIJs
pear in the county court of the state of
Asst. G F. A P Agt
Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, at;
the court room thereof, at McMinnville, I
in the county of Yamhill, on Tuesday,
rFlie Guven t
the 3d day of September, 1889, at 10 I
: o’clock in the forenoon of that day, then i
■ and there to show cause, if any you ]
| have, why the following described real |
| estate should not be sold as prayed for in ’
j the petition of John McCulloch, adminis-!
! trator of said estate, to-wit: The south ■
-------- VIA THE--------
. west quarter of the northwest quarter of
section (12) twelve and the northwest Cascade Division' now completed,
quarter of the northwest quarter of sec-!
making it the Shortest, Best'
tion (13) thirteen, in t 5 s, r 6 w of the i
Willamette meridian, in Yamhill countv,
Oregon, and containing 1(10 acres.
The Dining Car line. The Direct llotile.
I This citation is published in the Mc
No Delays. I'asteM Trains. Low
Minnville T ei . epiione -R egistek for four
est Rates to Chicago and nil
¡weeks bj- order of Hon. L Lougharv,
points East. Tickets sold
judge of sai<i court, of date July 2d, 1889.
to nil Prominent Points
[ l s ] Witness, the Hon L. Loughary,
the East ami Southeast.
j judge of the county court of the state of Through Pullman
Drawing Room Sleep
Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, and
, the seal of said court hereto affixed, this Reservationsenn ing
be 8ectire<l in advance.
2d day of July, A. I)., 1889.
| Attest: J. W. H obbs , Clerk.
To Eant Bound PnMscngei s.
F enton & F enton ,
Be caeful and do not make a mistake
Attorneys for Estate.
(Aug 2:30) but be sure to take the
My stock of Clothing em
braces the Latest Styles and
GUARANTEED the Low
est Price of any ever bro’t
to this county.
FIT, and that is what 1 will Guarantee any
one w ho selects a suit from my stock, rang
ing in price from 6 to 830.
Come and ex
amine my Clothing and Hal Stock before
Notice of Final Settlei!<ciit.
The benefiit of a course at the
Agricultural college of this state is
not known by a large number of'
our people. The corps of professors
a* this institution is not excelled by I
any college in the state. To a poor
boy who wants to educate himself, i
The immigration statistics of the this institution has advantages I
last fiscal year show a falling oft of which other colleges in the state do
Heavy. Latest Shades, Neatest Patterns in 21 inch BIRGE,
100,000 in the immigration to this not possess. A boy who is a stu
New and Excellent Quality, at 10 CENTS per yard, Just Re
country. It is not to be regretted. dent there is compelled to work one ,
ceived 20 pieces.
It will give the present foreign ele hour each day for which he receives
ment time to assimilate and catch 124 cents. In addition to this he
the drift of American ways. It can perform volunteer labor on the 1
would be better for us if foreign im farm during play hours, for which
migration of all kinds was stopped he receives from 15 to 20 cents an
for the next ten years. The pres hour. In this manner a hoy with a
ent population can take care of it scholarship can pay his way
3d and B Sts., McMinnville, Oregon.
through school and gain a good ed
ucation by his own labor and feel
There has been a large amount independent of the world; and this
of gossip on the probability of an feeling is what makes a success of
extra session of congress in (Jctober. life. A boarding hall will soon be i
Senator Quay of Pennsylvania, in operation in connection with
Has the most complete stock of harness
We guarantee ’
chairman of the administration's the college, where the students can
the county. Ar present 12 set of sin
In the way of a
Committee stated a few days ago board for $2.50 per week, and it is ,
B. CLARK. PROPRIETOR. in gle
harness, hand made, in prices
that he thought an extra session the intention of the college to board
ranging from $12 to $.30. and S
would be called. If he don’t know ! the students for less if possible.
Notice is hereby given that under ami by
set of team harness as cheap
virtue of an order of the county court of
all about it who does? The presi The free scholarships to this in
Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to
Yambill county, Oregon, of date .Inly 24.
AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY 1889. in the matter of the estate of Elzira
dent is certainly a silent partner in stitution can be obtained from our
order in Oak. Ash or any Wood
IN THAT LINE.
Stater, deceased, the undersigned adminis
the firm running these United representatives and senators. Yam
• an lie seen on the hooka in my shop.
trator of said estate will, oh Saturday, the
Ask your dealer to show
hill is entitled to four and it would
I have competent workmen employed
TENTH DAY OF AUGUST 1889.
FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY I to do all kinds of repairing ami to make
l>c a grand chance for some of our
at the court house door at McMinnville.
any harness ordered
I also keep a full
Illustrated Catalogue sent
at the hour of 10 o’clock a in of
What would this city do if a fire Yamhill boys to push this opjiortu-
FRESS on application.
stor k of oil and rubber robes, lap robes, Oregon,
sai<l day, duly sell at public auction, for
horse covers, saddles, etc. A full line of cash in hand, all the right, title ami inter
should start during a high wind, is nity for a good education.
ras for repairs constantly on hand.
Orders taken for all kinds of work and
cstof said decedent in the following real
the question asked on all sides. Let
MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.
The United States cutters in nor
satisfaction guaranteed Call at factory
us answer it. Set down and let her thern
J*. O. Box 20 E,
Situate, lying and lieing in Yamhill coun
and see specimens of furniture,
burn, nothing else could be done.
ty, Oregon, and more particularly descril>ed
FEW HAVEN, CONN.
A few goods could be thrown into
Is S old on a
Do not buy w ithout lirst seem;-, the furni
William T. Wallace and wife. Claim No
the street. Our fire apparatus is who was violating the treaty accord
ture manufactured here in your own state
47, in township 3 south of range 2 west of
B est A ssortment I n T he C ity , O x W heels . Willamette meridian, ami said part being
in bad shape; the engine is in the it. The U. S. ships placed the
an<l conn tv
to cure any
bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a Lyman's Patent Combination Gnn-SigtJi.
form of nervous
last stages of a bronchial effeetion
f<|r CO IN WILL TALK
point 20.10 chains smith of the northwest
disease, or any
corner of said donation land claim; thence
and eleven old buckets with holes headed the schooner for Sitka. The
disorder of the
south 89 degrees. .55 minutes; east I"
in them will not hold water to anv captain <>f the vessel when out of
gans of either z
chains; thence south 10 chains: thence
sex whether ar
north 89 degrees, . m minutes; west -Ot
sight of the cutters took charge and BEFORE ising from the after
chains; thence north 10 chains to the place
excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium,
of beginning, and containing 10 acres, sav
or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg
Situated in the Pacific ocean are made for Victoria. The British encc,
ing and excepting a tract one rod square
Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power. Wakefur
Of Portland, formerly of this city, has near the north line, containing the three
the Sandwich Islands, they arc press is now jubilant, and the Can lies*. Bearing down Pains in the Baek. Seminal
Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
grave« of the children of T. C. Hess.
small but the sugar crop of this adian government is well pleased Weakness,
al Emissions, Lvucorrhoea, Dizziness, Weak Mem
Also the following tract, to-wit: Being a
----- IRONING AND WASHING-----
Loss of power and Impotence. which if ne
year is 127,000 tons worth 8 cents with the escape. The next schoon ory,
part of the said donation land claim atxrve
glected often lead to premature old age and insan
Have been purchased by
for his patrons. He also contracts for la named, and which said part is bonnded a*
ity. Price 11.00 a box. 6 boxes for «F-.vo Sent bv
a j)ound too; this means $20,320.-
follow« to-wit: Beginning at a ]x>int 3o
St. A share of the public patronage is so chains south of the northwest corner of
000 for the one article of sugar ken care of. J. Bull should >>e care A WRITTEN GUARANTEE foreverv $5.00
»OEAL RELOAOiHG TOO IS*- - :
(HIS. IIIBEV Bit (HIS. ALLEY. h eap as anybody
said donation land claim: thence south 30
grown on the islands. This money ful.
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
chains; thence east 13 1-3 chains: thence
goes into the hands of the hard
With every improvement there cured hyAPHRODiTiNF.. Circular free. Address
Dorth 30 chain-, ami thence west 13 1-3
Of Amity, ami is now ready to
RIFLES, Plstcls Ï * ?
chains to the place of beginning; containing
working planter and the royal Kal- must also be a kick. Start some
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
and Shot Cune.
or others,who wish to examine 40 acres more or less
western branch ,
akaua is now trying to raise money new idea so we can have the kick
B est ix ire WoatD S®a<5
Deol at expense of purchaser
The business will he conducted with the MV I Lil I IWLllW this paper, or obtain estimates
in order to see the Paris exposition. during the winter when times are Sold by Rogers Bros . sole agents fo • Mc intention of pleasing everyone, and we ask on advertising space when in Chicago, will find it on file at Dated this «th dav of Julv Isso
i July 12:27
F W FENTON,
He better raise sugar.
IDEAL MF G CO.
a continuance of the public patronage.
Admini-trator of -aid Estate.
the Advertising Agency of LORD & THOM AS.
Has Arrived at Last
An undivided one-seventh interest
jointly in the south half of the donation
land claim of Ruel Olds and Elmina
Olds, in Yamhill county, Oregon, except
ing 100 acres sold to Emmett Olds and
about 22 acres sold to Robert Stewart,
and leaving 198 acres, more or less, and
being all the interest of said minors in
said soutd half of said claim.
Deed at expense of purcnascr.
Dated this 18th dav of Julv, 1889.
C. B. TAYLOR,
< iuardian Aforesaid.
F. W. F enton ,
Attorney for Guardian. (July 19:28)
certainly is no better advertisement
KAY&TODD. ACTS. for There
a stock of Clothing than a PERFECT
Guardian’- Sale of Kcal Estate.
O. O. HODSON
New Haue, <■ un. ' C—
ftr First «-la— t!ir<»ugh pu wug. r and freight
line fl..in Portland and nil pomlH in the Wil
lamette val!< y to and from San Fiancbiro
Tillie Schedule (excof 1 StimlavR).
I.eave Albany. .1:30 pm Leave Yaquina 6:45 am
Lcav<’ <'orvallif 1: III pm I < avr t’.trvalli-Ji»::!', bni
Arrive Ynquina5:.M‘ pm Ar ive Albany 11 ;10 is
O. A < fraiuK connect at Albany and Cor-
The above train« connect at Y uynsa with
the Oregon l». v.■h.pemviit C o m . Line of Steam
ship-» in lwien Yaqiiiua and San Franehco.
Wil lameth* Vulh j
Saturday. Augiisi1 3d
Tui-’tlav. August l.ftli
I liur-day. August 22<i
FROM SJLN I’RA NC|S<’<>
Wil faiìH-ttc Valle ;
: nn I i
The company irHcm*« the right to ehango
sailing dates without notice.
N. B.—PasRerigor* from Portland and all Wil
aniette Valley Poiuls < an make close Conner
tion with the trains of the Y aquixa H oi te at
Albany or Corvallis, and if destined to Kan
Francisco, ahouid arrange to arrive at Yaqnlr.it
the evening before date of sailing.
Ih-iiicinlMT flu- <ii* <.u Pacific p*>pn(ai
Miiiiiiicr rxctirsions to Yaquina. I a » w rate
ticket.- arc nowon "ale. good every Wednes
day and Sa tu nlay from Albany, Corvallis
Passenger and freight late* always the low
est For infoiniation. apply to Mea*ra. HI’L
MANA CO., Freight ai; I Ticket Agents, 26(1
I ioni stre' t, Portland, Oregon^ or to
C. < HOGUE,
I Acting <«cn I. l it. A |’ ji <-. \gt .Oregon Parflie
11. H. Co , CorvalUs Oregon.
.« . .
<’ Il I1AKWELI., Jr.,
<»en I. I rt. A P ash . Agt., Oregon Development
Co , Montgomery street, San Fra nr foco. Cal.
ARE YOU GOINS EAST?
If so l»o siir<- and call for your tickets
Iti- posilivelv the l.ortest and fin.-it
line tu .'biv.'ipi and th.
and «outI, anti
the only sleeping ami dining car thrungh
Omnlia. ICan.n. <11», ami ,|| Ml..,,.,,
Its magnificent steel tra< k, unsurpassed
train service and elegant dining and
sleeping cars has lion« -ilv ran,e<l for it the
Tlie 1 loyal I toute
incrs may ¡i.ui. au ,i.ut none can surpas* it
Our motto is ¡
Be "in <• and asik ticket agents for ticket»*
ia this celebraite<i route and take none
W H MEAD, G A
No. 4 Washington -tn■< t. Portland. Ur
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