The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, August 09, 1889, Image 3

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    The Kailroaii ( oiiiini*«ion.
WEATHER BULLETIN
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
ONE MOKE REASON
SPOKANE GONE.
Third street in front of Mr. Chrisman’s
See new ad. of Cash store.
has
been
closed,
owing
to
tlie
sickness
of
Why
Oregon
is
the
Bent
Place
for
the
Desolation
Takes
tlie
Place
of
Life
and
The
temperature
continues
above
the
Tuesday
evening a special train under
The
regular
meeting
of
the
council
was
I
C. Grissea is offering bargains in crock- Mrs. Chrisman. She is very low, and
Actual Settler.
Activity.
the control of Geo. l'ease arrived in thia
normal.
The
last
three
davB
of
the
week
called
Tuesday
night
but
there
not
being
| ery and glassware.
the noise of teams on the planking dis­
city with the Oregon State railroad rom-
Friday, August 9, 1889.
When a man comes here and settles mission. This commission is the one
Sunday was the last day of Spokane a quorum, council adjourned to Wednes­ were milch cooler than it has been for
The council has put on an extra nigh turbs her.
several
weeks.
No
rainfall
is
reported
I
down
to
business,
either
in
field,
shop
or
watch. Good thing.
appointed by the legislature and con
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Longhary and Falls’ prosperity tor a time. Fire started day night.
THE MARKET REPORT.
Meeting called to order Wednesday from any part of the state except from 1 store, hi' does not have to dejiend on siste«i of G. U . Colvig. of Grants Paas;
A full line of jewelry at the news store ; Mrs. Wm. Campbell left for Yaquina in a lodging house on Railroad avenue
City Saturday last. A number of our and quickly communicated to adjacent night by the mayor. Present, Council­ the mouth of the Columbia. The sun­ . Eastern money, as the California l>ocm- R. (, low, of Dallas, and J. B. Fault, of
This market report is corrected Thurs­ 1 chains, pins and rings.
town people are summering at that de­ buildings and in the short space of three men Barnekoff, Burt, (irissen, Johnson shine is aliove the normal, no clouds lie- | ers did. for their support, for right at his Baker City. Accompanying them wers
day noon of each week by A, J. A (»person
There will lie preaching at the Baptist lightful resort.
W. A. Gromlahl and Ed. Church, South­
m ’ minnville market .
ing visible. The atmosphere is smoky, i back, in front, and in every direction is ern Pacific officials. The party is in­
churcti next Sunday, at 11 a. tn.
hours $14,000,000 worth of business and Wright.
;
90
bushel
The
cistern
at
the
corner
of
B
and
Third
Monday Police Judge Tanner of Port­
Potatoes
...¥
caused bv the extensive forest fires, j spread out a rich country that produces specting the bridges, etc., of the lines in
00 to 2 50 ! Mrs. Hibbs, grandchild of T. J. Shad- land disposed of 72 cases. The largest property had been destroyed by the fiend stieets was ordered repaired and filled.
thickens, young
V d°z
everything that mortal man desires, and Oregon. Mr. Grondahl states that the
<»hl
/ doz 3 50 tn 4 00 , den, is down from the Eastern country. number on record in the city of Portland. who has brought so much desolation to
The water committee reported no new which are doing considerable damage.
commission will bankrupt the S. P. Co.
10
9
(Clear sides # lb.
The
effects
of
these
conditions
have
feature.
|
that too in the greatest abundance.
Washington
territory
within
the
last
few
Dr. J. II. Nelson, dentist, opera house Sixty people were arrested in 69 hours.
8
7
Bacon «Shoulders V lb.
The
following
bills
were
allowed
:
What
is
Portland
coining
to.
been
favorable
for
harvesting
operations
; Frank Pixley, a noted Californian, and a
mouths. The entire tire department
in to
11 i building, room 6; piate work n specialty.
(Hains........
Oregonian............... $1260
10
t . jin 10 pd pails
The city of Hillsboro has voted a tax was on the scene immediately, but owing Wm. Ball......................................... 156 15 but injurious to corn, fruit anti gardens. man who has traveled all over the East­
The young son of Mrs. S. P. M. Briggs
8 to
9
har<l Jn 5 gallon tins .
Reports ate quite full relative to the ern states and from the Atlantic to the
broke his arm in falling out of bed the 1 of $12,090 for the construction of a new to the lack of water they were powerless J. H. Crow.
40 00
15
Kggs.
fi dozen
1 school building. The building is 100x80 and the tire died out for want of mater­ D. C. Pierce...........
other night.
50
15 75 yield of wheat. The Willamette valley Pacific, lias his say alxrut Oregon, which
Butter Creamery, *p roll
1 feet, two stories high, with abasement
30
25 to
Butter, dull, fresh p roll
4 89 shows from 22 to 35 bushels per acre, is as follows: “One of the incidents that
The Oregon Pacific road sells excursion seven feet in the clear. There are four ial. The amount of insurance on the T elephone -R egister
13
Brine
V pound. 12 to
$14,000,000 destroyed will not exceed Graham Glass..................................
1 00 some places more. Benton county will will remain longest anil most pleasantlv
tickets
every
day
now,
instead
of
twice
a
4 to
5
Dried apples, dull, V pd.
j school rooms on each floor, 29^x37^. $2,500,000.
Geo.
W.
McBride.
.......
4
75
week as formerly.
8
Dried plums, dull, pd.
6 to
The hall is 80 feet long by 20 feet wide,
Already the people are rebuilding and Lee Wright.........
30 00 average 25 bushels per acre; Linn county­ in mv mind will be the trip to Oregon.
8
6 to
Dried prunes, dull, pd.
Kay & Todd did this community a including a wai-c.robe for each room. are advertisiug their town as the scene Geo. Kauffman.
32 50 will average from 30 to 35 bushels per Oregon is more beautiful than Califor-
Dried peaches,dull, pd
6 to
8
good ceed when they introduced a genu­ The contractors are Stokes & Zeller, of of the largest fire, in proportion to the J. J. Spencer....................................
8 15 acre. Yields of 43 bushels per acre are , nia. -• • » • * Oregon produces
1 10
Flour
... sack 1 00 to
Portland,
and
the
contract
price
is
$10,-
population, in the history of the world. Jones & Co.......................................... 57 08 reported from Polk county, and 50 bush­
Sugars, declined Q cent 11, 12, and 13 ine ca.f shoe at $2.50.
100
for
the
completion
of
five
rooms.
This spirit is what makes a town. Sev­
pounds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs.
Petition of A. J. Gaunt referred to els per acre from Marion county. The apples superior to any that come to our
Use Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow­
whole Willamette valley will average market; they are hard, crisp, luscious
$125; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents #
eral more such lessons will teach the street commissioner.
ders
if
you
take
pride
in
seeing
your
Last Friday afternoon about five people of ttie towns of this Pacific coast
pound; coal oil. very firm. (9 $2.75 p case;
from 25 to 30 bushels per acre.
Marshal
’
s
report
for
month
of
July
and jnicv; plums, pears, prunes, pota-
stock
look
well.
Sold
by
Rogers
Bros.
o’clock Isaac Staats, one of the oldest that something is needed beside person­
salt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton,
The Umpqua valley- will average tlie
read and approved and placed on file.
toes, roots of all kinds, grains of all the
and is very firm
same.
The
Rogue
river
valley
is
yield
­
In Ellensburg, W. T., fifty brick build­ settlers in the Willamette valley, and of al improvement. The improvement of
Recorder’s report for month of July
SFr THIS! Ayer’s Sarsaparilla — rtrtl-
ing on an average 20 bushels per acre, coarser varieties, onions and other veg­
ings are in course of construction, and ¡Oregon, was drowned in a spring near the town as a corporate body is the foun­ read, approved and placed on tile.
a bottle — worth lire dollars of anv man’s
machines are turning out 40,090 brick his home at Airlie, Polk county. He dation and also the salvation of it. A
The petition of W. E. Martin for the though there are reports as high as 40 etables were presented at several of the lar
ONE NIGHT ONLY! each
had
milked
a
cow,
then
took
her
to
the
money.
Either as a Tonic or Blood purifier,
bushels per acre.
good system of water works costing
day.
villages through which we pa sed. We Ayer’s Sarsaparilla has no equal!
spring to water. The spring was probably $150,000 would have saved privilege of selling liquors’within the
Eastern Oregon shows a larger yield
city
limits
granted.
Dr. James H. Stone. Tappan. Ohio, says :
Some of our exchanges are in error in eight feet deep, anil about three
saw some excellent and well-eared corn.
immense loss to the businessmen of
The petition of Alonzo Johnson for the than was expected. Wasco, Gilliam.
‘ 1 know- of no alterative tliat plves so niiich
stating that the free exchange of school feet down to water, while reaching this
Sherman and Morrow counties were bad­ Oregon ought to tie, and vo lielicvc is, a
Spokane.
Seattle
and
Ellensburg
were
-aparilla."
privilege
of
selling
liquors
within
the
books closes September 1st. The cor­ down for a bucket of water he fell in,
ly damaged by the hot, dry weather. In 1 first-class dairy etale. It is a country of
in the same boat. The on'y way for a
rect date is November 1st.
his hand resting on a plank. The plank man or community to learn is by exper­ city limits granted.
Ayer
’
s
Sarsaparilla,
some
sections
of
these
counties
the
wheat
The committee on health and jxilice
grass from the beds of its creeks to the
by Dr.J.C. Ayer A Co., Lo wil, Maa.
Seattle sent $15,090 and a ear loa.l of broke and he fell in head first and was ience, and exjierience which costs is the were instructed to hire another night was not worth cutting, in others 30 bush- i summits of its hills—of rich, nutritious rrepsn-.l
Trice $1, six bottles, $5. Worth $.> a boule.
per acre was yielded. Umatilla county­ | grasses, with strong sod, that never dies
bacon to the Spokane sufferers. This drowned. He was born in New York, best teacher. We look for better towns watch.
AT GARRISON'S OPERA HOUSE shows 1 he quality of the people in Seattle. was 76 years old, and very highly re- coming forth from the ashes of Seattle, The street commissioner was instruct­ reports yields of from 12 to 40 bushels I down under the burning sun; grasses
spccted.
Only death can down them.
Ellensburg and Spokane.
ed to let the work of clearing timlier from per acre. The general average will equal I that must lie cut, dried, turned to hay,
R ogers A H eath , M anagers .
former years. The best field so far re­ : and covered from rain to carry the niilk-
Thos. Tongue of Hillsboro, was in the
new street to college side.
Wright’s Red Cross Cough Syrup
A Perilous Trip.
The piece is Fnn and Laughter from be­
ported is trom near Weston, where a 180 1 ing stock through the winter. The
On motion the council adjourned.
cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss oif city Monday and informed us that ai­
ginning to end.
acre field averaged 55’2 bushels to the grasses of Oregon are like those of New
though the date of tile
__ Washington
______ D______
and
About two weeks ago a young man
voice
and
all
inflamed
conditions
of
the
The
Locks.
acre.
Indian corn y ields 45 bushels per York—timothy, red top, herds grass and
ADMISSION,
-
-
-
50 Cents.
Yamhill county fairs were the same both named Oberton Harris, a mute, living
acre and the yield of barley is as high as clover—and by reason of the frequent
RESERVED SEATS,
-
-
75 Cents. lungs. Sold by Rogers Bros.
would be successful. He spoke of an
The
Cascade
locks
now
under
con
­
71 bushels per acre. In Indian and rains, cro[>s of great abundance are pro­
For Rent.—A nice, new, neat cottage. item in last week’s T elephone -R egister near Sand lake, in Tillamook county had
Reserved Seats for sale at Rogers Bros.
A good well of water on the premises. as reflecting on the management of the a perilous ride and narrow escape. He st: notion have been a politic*! issue and Grand Ronde valleys of Union county duced We can imagine no lietter coun­
COMMERCIAL.
Enquire at millinery store, opposite Washington county in placing their date had been away from home, and in re­ from reports they will lie again, Con- wheat is averaging 32 bushels per acre. try for the production of stall-fed Ixx’f, as
Grange store. M rs . A. E. S tvart .
the same as ours. We had no intention turning it was necessary for him to cross cerning them the Ti met-if ou nta i neer Rain has not fallen in Oregon, to be of hay, oats, grain and cattle feed of all
PORTLAND MARKET.
benefit, for 75 days, and the yields re­ kinds are cheap and abundant.
of doing it. He informed us that that
says:
It
was
reported
Wednesday
that,
the
ported do not show much of a failure in
WHEAT—Receipts for the past week
date had been decided on long before the lake at its mouth, which is easily
“There is a vast wealth of profit to t he
up
freight
was
the
cause
of
a
fire
in
a
“
The
work
during
the
past
season
un-
the crop.
have been 6319 ctls, of which amount
ours. However we know that both will done at low tide. When he reached this
Oregon farmer if he will send ns his but­
Wheatfield
between
this
place
and
Amity.
Potato and hop crops are not average ; ter and cheese, his chickens and eggs,
ilrr Major Handbury has been very sat-
3150 ctls came from Eastern Oregon and
be
good.
The
comities
are
large
and
each
point
it
was
dark,
anil
the
tide
too
high
fruit crops are above the average ; wheat
Washington and 3169 ctls from the val­ About 10 acres are reported burned.
can well snppoit a fair independent of
for him to wade across. He could not I isfactory. A great deal ol excavating in Western Oregon is beirg sold for 62 his apples and cider, and all the lesser
ley. Quotations are nominal; for valley
Oregon yellow fir makes very line I | the other.
productions of his industry in good and
has
been
done,
and
portions
of
the
wall
make
any
one
hear
on
the
other
side,
so
cents
per bushel; in Eastern Oregon from cleanly condition. There ought to lie no
$1 22'2 is asked and for Eastern Oregon wood for furniture purpose. E. it. Eel- |
anil Washington $1 121.;.
lows Ims a dish cupboard of this wood| A fire starled in :i grain lii-lil of Hay- he looked around and found a log, which • in the lower lock built. The appropria" 52 to 55 cents per bushel with an upward device of cheese making practical in
i man Lewis, Jr., about 190 yards below he pushed off into the restless waves
tendency in the market price.
Switzerland or France that the On-gon
OATS—The receipts for the past week which looks very nice. The grain under , 1 the crossing of the Oregon & California thinking he could paddle across on it. 1 tion of $300,030 has been exhausted ex-
B. S. P agi ' e ,
which
is
beautiful.
Combines tlie juice of the Blue Figs ot
farmer could not improve on; there
have lieen .5975 ctls, as against 11,638 ctls
land Oregon Pacific railways, north of After mounting the log it. was not long ■ cept about $80,000, and it is hoped that
Observer U. S. Signal Service. i ought to lie no trick in butter making
California, so laxative and nutritious,
for the week previous. The maiket is
Prof. 1 irimui i f the Agricultural college I Corvallis, consuming about ten acres of before he discoveied that he was being | at the coining session of congress the
Assistant Director Oregon 8. W. B. that the Oregon dairyman does not un-
with the medicinal virtues of plant*
steadily improving, and good old oats at Corvallis was in the city Thursday 1 oats and considerable fencing, with some carried out to sea, but he was powerless river and harbor bill will receive early
known to be most beneficial to the
j
deratand.
There
is
a
fortune
to
be
made
readilj- bring 40c and have for a week or and Friday of last week, and called upon new ties belonging to the Oregon & Cal­ to help himself. He could not tell how-
TILLA.HOOK NOTES.
!
attention.
The
difficulty
of
this
project
human
system, forming the ONLY PER-
j
in
fat
chickens
and
barnyard
fowls,
for,
more. We quote, 38(840c.
ns and gave us a few pointers about the ifornia. It did not cross the track of the far from land lie went, but fortune favor­ j is not fully understood by the public
I E CT REMEDY to act gentlv yet
as a rule, our chickens are lean and un-
From
the
Tillainook
Headlight
we
learn
college
which
you
will
find
in
another
ed
him,
for
when
the
tide
turned
it
I
Oregon
Pacific,
thereby
preventing
the
POTATOES—Receipts have dwindled
The Columbia river, which that:
promptly on the
, fit to eat. We import cider in bottles
loss ol about 100 acres of grain. It was brought him back toward land, and lie I | generally.
away to nil. Old potatoes are out of the column.
receives its volume of water from the
front New Jersey, and make it from
could
see
the
dim
outline
of
the
shore.
starled
by
a
spark
from
the
up
passenger
market. We quote for new crop $lt«I 10;
Mi. Upton, the machinist, has been in
The North Yamhill livery stables are dried apples with acids
I melting snows in the mountains, is
We should get
sweet 3L»c per pound.
the city and will soon start his machine train on the Oregon & California road. He reached down with one foot and liable to show a variation af 30 to 50 feet kept busy bringing in passengers to Till­ it fresh and pure from Oregon orchards.
—AXa to —
A large fire is reported raging in the could touch bottom so when a little ! during different seasons of the year. amook.
shop,
taking
J.
C.
Cooper
as
partner.
The average Oregon sheep is, we think,
HAY’—Receipts for the past week The shop will be located near the furni­ woods in Blodgett’s valley about twenty nearer shore lie left the log and tried to | The engineers in constructing the locks
have been light. Old hay is getting
The road over the mountains from better bred, larger and finer fleeced than
wade out, but he was taken with cramps
miles southwest of Corvallis.
the Cascades have to guard against North Yamhill is not very dusty, but, our California flocks ; at all events they
— SO THAT —
pretty well cleaned tip and the new crop ture factory, which will furnish the
and fell. A big wave came along just; at
this
emergency,
and
to
do
this
have
to
power.
At
a
certain
period
in
a
man
’
s
life
the
JURB BLOOD,
just being harvested has begun to come
then and threw him out on the beach, ! make their caissons and walls Btrong owing to the vast amount of travel, is look cleaner and more comfortable on
their green meadows than on our brown,
REFRESHING SLEEP,
in. We quote for old hay $13(314.
rather rough.
There will be a grand harvest ball at natural talent he has will appear then go where he was able to keep out of danger. {
dusty plains. There are no large landed
Garrison’s opera house in this city, Fri­ back into its hole and be in a dormant In the morning lie reached home, but and enduring. This difficulty, 111 as
HEALTH and STRENGTH
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
The canning season wil) soon l>e in estates in Oregon, so far as we know, at
large
proportions,
is
not
met
w
ith
in
any
state
for
years.
While
over
011
the
coafit
■ ■■ . .-Hy follow. Every one ix using it
Wheat—Foreign advices were unfav­ day evening. August 16th. A prize will it was noticed that the talents of several little the worse for having been several ’ like enterprise on the continent. The operation at Nestucca, as at this place. all events, the country through which
! ail aie delighted with it. Ask your
orable for holders and prices show a de­ be given to the best lady waltzer. Best of our professionals were in sight and it miles at sea astride a sawlog,
canal at Sault St. Mary, connecting Steamer communication will be replen­ we passed is divided into small holdings,
■ggist fur SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu-
cline. Shippers are less disposed to of music will lie in attendance. Every created quite a stir and numerous people
Lakes Superior anil Huron, although of ished and money bo plenty among the and the farms look as though they wen-
Tillamook By Ministerial Eyes.
body
invited.
t
ured only by the
laboring
classes.
operate and would take hold freely only
large dimensions, has not to contend
visited their bailiwick to see them. Dr.
occupied and tilled by the men and
Rev. W. S. Malloy of the M. E. Church with this rise and fall of the water;
at a material reduction from present ask­
Complaint is made that the accommo­ George Simon Wristht lias a talent for
women who owned them.
( LIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
Mr.
Maddux,
the
genial
mail
contrac
­
ing prices. Offerings are light. No. 1 dations at Newport are insufficient tor sailing and running the boat aground on South returned Wednesday from a pro­ neither has the one at Louisville, Ky.
“Oregon seems to supplement all that
S am F rancisco , C al .
is re-building his residence in Moore’s
shipping $1 33>4@$1 35.
the crowds now there. This will proba­ ths mud flats; John Weston Ilobbs has fessional visit to Tillamook where he has Not only has the work to be strong and tor.
U -ttr, Kr.
valley that he had the misfortune to lose California lands, and each state appears
N bw Y ork , N. Y.
Barlev—The market shows no im­ bly lie remedied by another season, but a talent for catching flounders and Dr.
enduring
to
resist
the
power
of
the
vast
fire some time ago. Mr. Maddux is a to the other a market in which to ex­
provement either as to value or demand. what are those to do who expect to visit John Frederick C'albreath has a talent been paving the way for a minister of his volume of water which forces its way by
Simulions.
pusher and is not going to let any thing change its productions. Oregon should
Offerings are large and far in excess ot that resort this year.
for eating clams. lie got away with just denomination. From him we learn that through the channel during the spring in the Bhape of bad luck down him.
supply California with hams, bacon, as
requirements. Choice feed exhibits
there
ate
no
church
houses
of
atij
’
kind
or
freshet
season
;
but
it
also
renders
1
bushels
by
actual
measurement.
I
’
i
the
circuit
court «»f the tah* ot Orcrou
that country seems admirably adapted
On our way west we were talking with
more strength than poorer qualities and
In his report to the war department for the raising of swine, and its climate is for Yamhill county
in the county and but one minister, he more difficult the construction of
an
old
gentleman
from
the
east
w
hose
fi
­
Most
flattering
gold
prospects
have
concessions from quotations are mostly
the work. During high water in June concerning river and harbor improve­ better than ours for caring pork.
The Dundee Mortgage and
on inferior. Quote feed, choice, dflj-gc; nal stopping place on this coast, accord­ lately been taken from Reuben creek, a being of the M. E. Church. Mr. Molloy the lower portion of the canal is filled ments in Oregon, Captain Willard
Trust I nvestinent < 'om(»any
“There is no rigorous climate in Ore- (
ing
to
his
pronunciation
of
the
name,
tributary
of
Grave
creek
in
this
county.
thinks
the
country
is
a
fine
one,
and
that
No. 1, 65c; lower grades fl0(a62,.2c; brew­
with back-water, and this necessitates Young, engineer in charge says: * * 1 gon, and though its. grander mountain Limited >. Plaintiff'.
was the San Joe Whackin valley. He From 25 cents to $1 to the pan of nice it is full of chances for young men to the
vs
ing, 85@95c.
removal of all engines and derricks
Future operations on the improvement ranges, with their loftier peaks wrap|>ed
looking gold has been frequently taken. make their fortunes. Hundreds of peo­
Shepherd anti Mary
Oats—Receipts large to-day. The meant tl e San Joaquin valley.
to the upper level. If liberal appropria­ of Tillamook baj’ and bar will lie devoted in mantles of eternal snows present a George
A. Shepherd, ami Fred Flo
A
number
of
claims
have
been
taken,
ple
are
there
spending
a
vacation
on
the
market is rather easier, but prices vary
tions were made, the engineers in charge largely to the advancement of lumber in­ landscape that is most attractive, there is rey and Sherman Hatch, 1
J. VV. Jones threshed 42 acres of wheat
but little from yesterday’s quotations. which went 42 bushels to the acre. The and other parties are going in daily to neach. Hundreds more are looking up could work a large force of men during terests involved. There are, according very little ice or snow in the lower val­ Defendants.
get
a
share
of
the
hidden
wealth.
The
j
timber.
Tiilamook
city
is
the
best
town
The movement is slow, buyers trusting yield is at least- l, better than expected.
the favorable seasons, and there would to Captain Young’s report, large bodies leys. Cattle unhoused do very well dur­
To the alM>vc named defendants:
to increased receipts affecting the market Never be afraid of a poor crop in Oregon. banks of Grave creek have been claimed 1 and in his opinion will see a large in­ not be the loss from cessation of opera­ of the finest kind of timber on and tribu­ ing the winter months, anil sheep un­
In the name of the state of Oregon von
for
several
miles
up
the
creek,
and
as
crease
in
population
duiing
the
next
five
in their favor. Quote choice feed, $1 15 Eastern people should read this item and
tions
and
removal
of
plant
which
annu
­
tary
to
the
bay
It
is,
therefore,
probable
and
each of you arc hereby notified and re­
sheltered during lambing time do not
@$1 17*s ; No. 1 feed, $1 15; common to compare the crop here with the one at there has been several good paying years. The Headlight contains 276 land ally occurs under the present regime
quired
to appear and answer the complaint
that
the
lumbering
district
i
which
will
yield to the inclement season. Water is of plaintin
mines
worked
on
Grave
creek
for
a
settlement
notices
in
the
last
issue,
liled in said cause in
good feed, $1 05<a$l 12’.j ; milling, $1 20 home.
Regarding the ultimate completion of grow out of this will demand the im­ of course abundant, for Oregon is a
number
of
years,
the
outlook
now
is
which
shows
the
amount
of
timber
land
said
court
on or before the 23d day of
@$1 25.
provement
lx>th
of
the
bar
and
of
the
the
work
the
time
is
variously
estimated
country
of
frequent
rains,
anil
abounds
No medicine in the world is in better quite favorable tor the establishment of being taken up. The state is building a
!**<•. that being tie- first day of
Potatoes—No chango to report to-day.
from three to twenty years. The walls of channel in the bay. At present the de­ in rivulets, brooks and larger streams. In September,
next regular term of said court, next
Demands fair and receipts light. Bur­ lepute or more widely known than Ayer’s a very prosperous mining camp there.— fine load from Netarts bay through the the upper lock are nearly complete; but mand is for a better channel from the every part of Oregon, in the lesser and ! the
after tine service of th;« summons upon you
Grants
Pass
Courier.
Sarsaparilla.
As
a
safe
and
certain
n-m-
Big
Nestucca
country
to
the
Grand
Ronde
banks 70c<a$l 25; Garnet Chile 60(»75c;
edvfor all manner of blood disordeis,
reservation. He was greatly impressed it is not known whether these can he lower bay to Tillamook city. The sum greater valleys, all are abundantly sup­ by publication as by law provided, and if
Peerless 65@80c.
“It may not lie generally known,” with the great dairy capabilities of the used if the present plans are carried out. of $50,000 could be profitably expended plied with living streams of the kind that you fail to so answer, for want thereof, the
leading
physicians
and
druggists
every
­
Hops—No transactions reported. The
excavation at the lower lock is com­ in one year in dredging and in the con- furnish constant ample power for run­ plaintiff* will apply to the court for the re
where recommend it in preference to any says Joaquin Miller, “that the Colum­ country, which, he says, equals any he The
prayed for in <aid complaiint, to wit :
market is very dull.
bia river and the Sacramento river were ever saw. On the way out Wednesday pleted, and the walls are being built as 1 Btruction of dykes for this purpose.
ning all kinds of mills and machinery. lief
other.
A decree foreclosing that certain mortgage
Bags—Steady but quiet. Offerings by
once one and the same stream. But he passed the surveyors from Albany, rapidlj- as possible. If the work already
Sawmills,
flouiing-mills,
woolen-mills,
descrilied
in said complaint and for an or­
NEW B EKG.
outside parties fair. Calcuttas, nominal
Jay Beach, of Vancouver, W. T., this is the fact. To say nothing of west of Grand Ronde. They were mak­ completed is not changed or condemned,
abound, furnishing cheap dwellings, der of sale of the following real premises
7‘ie.
_ _______________
writes to Wm. Galloway of this citv that the assurance of geologists and the ing
we
can
see
no
reason
that
the
locks
at
I
descrilaxl
in said mortgage, to wit :
cheap food and cheap clothing and bed­
for the Big Nestucca.
Plenty of dust yet.
if the Yamhill county fair was to be held Indian tradition, you can easilv trace
the Cascades cannot be completed with
Ihyinning at a point tweiity-thrve C-H
ding. Oregon is a safer country in which
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
one week later he would enter Coquetta, the links of connection by a chain of
two more liberal appropriations. When
to farm, and offers more attractions than chains and ninety-two < ?r_' links, smith nine
Delightful harvest weather.
degrees, thirty minutes ( 9 degrees, 3o min­
it is known that the great Columbia river
Chipped beef in quantity to suit at C. Siphon and Bewlah in the races, but ow­ lakes reaching from the head waters
California.”
Chas.
H.
Burch
et
al
to
J.
R.
Weston
utes i west of the most north westerly corn­
Will
Newberg
have
a
fair
this
fall?
ing to other engagements he cannot be of the Sacramento river to a point
drains a region of country comprising
Grissen’s.
er of Samuel Shepherd's land. County Snr
109
acres
t
5
s,
r
4
w
;
$4300.
Children
Enjoy
300,000
square
miles,
that
this
region
is
near where the Columbia river burst
Lots
of
new
improvements
going
on.
Warehouse receipts printed at this of­ here on the date of the fair.
vev “No. 57 <*,’’ re<-ord»d May II.' 1883,
John T. Hopkins and wife to W. B.
of the most fertile on the continent,
fice give satisfaction.
Much injury is done by the use of irri­ through the Cascade mountains and Buffety and D. A. Griffin 80 acres t 2 s, one
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and Yamhill county, in townshin three
The school building is going up rapidly.
and that every means of egress to the
made its way into the Pacific Ocean near
(3)
south ot range four ( 1 > west of the Wil­
tating,
gr
ping
comjionnds
taken
as
pur
­
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
Lou Maddock and party returned from
seaboard is under the control of a rail­
where Astoria now stands, instead of r 4 w; $900.
The cannery has been turned into a in need of a laxative, and if the father or lamette meridian, Oregon, nt which |»oint a
gatives. In Ayer’s Pills, tlie patient has flowing
Clear Lake Saturday.
W. J. McConneli and wife to J. W. toad monopoly, the importance of open­
on
down
by
Mt.
Shasta
and
out
stone
monument 7\l«»\lo inches marked
dryer.
a mild but effective cathartic, that can
mother be costive or bilious the most “<* 8 57
Baily 150 acres, t 2 s, r 4 w; $5000.
ing it to the trade of the people will be
from which an oak four < I; in­
A very fine cigar for 5 cents at the be recommended alike for the most deli­ at the Golden Gate.”
gratifying
results
follow
its
use,
so
M. M. High to Frank H Gregory lot 5 understood.
that ches in diameter bear- north eightv-three
Nearly everybody has got coast on the
news store—the Figaro.
cate patient as well as the most robust.
The Astoria Erening Transcript says: and w, >2 of lot 6, block 14, Rowland’s
it
is
the
best
family
remedy
known
(83;
degre
s.
w«*at nine <9 link’s, and
and
brain.
marked “(’S.'»7 C 1» T, aim an ouk tour < 4)
Mrs. O. O. Hodson and part}’ returned
every family should have a' bottle.
On the hills in the Southeastern |>or- The Northwest Timber company sold to addition to McMinnville; $450.
Geo. Hardwick has sold his hotel to
inches in diameter l»ears smith thirty-six
from the Meadows Sunday.
L. Loughary and wife to Frank H.
tion of Polk and adjoining lands in Yam­ Daniel Whitney, of Michigan, 5026 acres
Deafness Can’t be Cured
degrws (38i. west live < 5 > links, marked
O. P. Maison.
of timber land back of Knappa and West­
Weather
Doc Wright is the only man in the hill, wheat is yielding very heavy. Dave port, for $75,000. It is reported that Gregory’, lot 7 and '2 e of lot 6, block 14, so hot.
“<’857 1» T." running thence cast sixteen
Rowland’s addition to Me.Minnville;
The prospects are that we will soon by local application, as they cannot reach (10) chains ami tllte« n 15 links to set
Townsend had 90 acres harvested the
town who knows everybody.
have
some
new
sidewalks.
the
diseased
portion
of
the
ear.
There
is
stone
7x9x14 mnrk<sl “(’ S5“C” mi cast
other day that yielded him 4,600 bushels Mr. Whitney represents a large mill $350. ,
F.
Done
and family, of Washington
A nobby line of cigars anil tobacco at 1 —30 acres going 55 bushels per acre. company in Michigan, and that the com­
C. E. Mayer and wife to Mrs. Fannie county, were on our streets the other
Shepherd s land, front
only one way to cure deafness, and that boundary of
Benjamin
Miles
and
Prof.
Morrison
pany
propose
to
build
a
line
of
railroad
the news store. Call and see.
Mayer lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, block 4, Sheri day.
Watt’s land in the same locality went 50
is bv canstitutional remedies. Ileafness which an oak seven i 7 I inches in diameter
went
to
Middleton
Sunday.
from
deep
water
to
the
land
and
erect
tw
o
Iwars
south
sixty-three
1 <13 i degrees, east
dan: $400.
is caused by an inflamed condition of the
Morgan Baker of Dayton, W. T., was bushels— Obserrer.
twenty (29) links distant, and an oak four
sawmills with a capacity of 100,000 feet I A. B. Faulconer and wife to II. C.
A few more days and the harvest of
mucus
lining
of
the
Eustachian
tube.
J.
G.
Wiley,
of
Stella,
W.
T„
was
up
in the city the first of the week.
I ’89 will be a thing of the past. The
inches (4) in diameter bear- north sixtv-
G. Shindler, the furniture manufac­ each. This will give employment to Rowell lot in Sheridan; $225.
B lien this tulie gets inflamed you have two degrees
Saturday and Sunday on a visit
<a
nineteen links
Miss Rose Hembree left Thursday turer of Portland, has been in the city about 300 men. It is also reported that
F. E. Allyn and wife to Lousia Bareli grain is all cut, and now we hear the
a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, thence north eight s . !iain«<; thence east
several days this week figuring on furn­ Mr. Whitney will bring out a colony of 56 acres t 4 s, r 4 w ; $2300.
Leonard and Iaivy Myers have gone to and when it is entirely closed. Deafness twenty-six ( 26) chains and liftoeii links to
hum of the thresher instead of the binder.
week for a two week's stay at Seattle.
ishing the court hcuse. The county sixty or more families from Michigan,
the mouth of the Columbia on a visit.
is the result, and unless the intlarnation a stone; thence north five degrees, forty-
Fox has a good deal to say about his
Several Portland parties passed through court was considering the matter yester­ the men being expert mill and timber
Something New.
A bridge between S. Brutscher’s and can be taken out and this tube restored live minutes < 5 <lcgrc< 15 minutes l east
lit
’
le
Jake.
Pike
has
got
a
Jake,
and
this citv during the week for the coast.
day , but up to the time of going to press men, to run the mills and logging camps.
fifteen chains i 15 i and eiphtv (HO)links;
The Pasco Headlight is responsible for he isn’t a very big one either, but he C. T. Riley’s needs fixing, as it is dan­ to its normal condition, hearing will lie thenrewest
4o chains; thence south
Use “Gold Medal Borax Soap” super­ had not arrived at a conclusion. It de­
gerous.
destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten nine degrees fortvt
Oregon Press Association.
says
he
wants
it
understood
tliat
lie
is
the
following
item
:
“
We
are
informed
and thirty minutes (9 degrees
ior to all others. C. Grissen sole agent. serves praise for the attempt.
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing 30minutos)westtwentv-throe( 23 ichAinsAtui
happy
if
he
didn
’
t
raise
but
thiee
goats.
Yamhill
county
has
six
papers,
and
The Oregon Press association will meet by Mr. Al. Baling that the experiment of
but an inflamed condition of the inucns ninety-two < 92 . link-- to the pl \» e of In gin-
The town of Sprague in Eastern Wash­
Wm. Campbell informs us that the
Born.—July 31st, to the wife of B. F. still the T elephone -R egister is in the surfaces.
ninu; containing seventy five orcs \nd
creamery will begin work on the first of ington, is determined to keep up with at Newport, Benton county, August 23rd, grafting peach stock into sagebrush roots, Simmons, a girl. Wife and child doing lead for news.
We wi.l give One Hundred Dollar* for seventy-six hundredths of \n m rr< 7 »76
the procession, an.I has ordered 503 in­ and 24th, 1889. Reduced fares for news­ tried last year by L. D. Pettit,has proven
September.
fine.
Doc
thinks
tliat
if
he
can
keep
Ben
candescent lamps and a compound \\ est-
A sister of M ib . Geo. Schneller ar­ any case of Deafness,(caused by catarrh,) And sitUAted in the <smnty of Ytmhill au <I
a decided snecess. Although the tree
A crowd of the professional men of the inghouse engine to run them. The plant paper men am! their families have been externally resembles the sagebrush, quite a few days he will be all right, but rived here Saturday with her two child­ that we cannot cure by taking Hall’s st Ate of Oregon.
And for \ decree th\t pl until! lie pu<|
city leave for a short time in the moun­ is to be in operation by October 1st accorded over th“ various railroad lines beautiful and delicious peaches can the last heard of Ben he was singing ren from Germany.
Catarrh Cure. Send for circnlars, free.
a II sums 1 money 4ur him upon said
tains socn.
F. J. < henry A Co., Toledo, <». mortgxgo. to wit
Where is tiie McMinnville plant? Mr. and it is hoped there will lie a full at­ now be seen thereon, very much to the “Come, thou fount of every blessing.”
I In nmol ^7<«i, g«»l<t
Born.—To the wife of Charles Vaughn
tendance.
coin, together with
astonishment of the skeptical immigrant.
Our new church was dedicated last a boy; to the wife of David Holloway, a
Grouse hunting was indulged in Sun­ Barnekoff, start the ball rolling.
The
citizens
of
Newport
are
making
from
February
1st,
JKS!
’■ •
day by a large number of our McMinn­
Many |>eople are still crossing the arrangements to entertain the associa­ It is confidently believed by parties in­ Sunday and the services were well at­ girl; to the wife of Cyrus Lamb, a girl.
Annum, the sums <if !
ville sports.
plains with wagons. The Boise Sla'es- tion, and all intending to attend will terested, that two crops a year may be tended. Rev. M. C. Wire, of Salem, de­
thereon
from
February
Wm. Rudrick and family, who went
raised, and an attempt will be made to livered a ven' able sermon. The church
cent Annum. And tlie
Cheapest 100 acre farm in Yamhill man says tliat during tlie last two months please notify the president at once.
have ripe peaches on the trees this fall.” cost $669.65. We did not learn the ex­ to Texas several years ago, have re­
( fees. And forcxMta
•county. Address: Box 16, McMinn­ no less thaï 100 families, traveling with I The Oregon Pacific will give free pass­
turned
better satisfied with Oregon than
act amount appiopriated, but it is about
!
for such other relief as m\v he just.
their
own
earns,
have
passed
through
I
ville, Oregon.
es from Albany to Newport and return,
The Salmon Pack.
$720. The balance will be used to furn­ ever.
n is .»uni mon.< is published ¡lor six weeks
that place, bound for Oregon or Wash­
ish the building with a stove, etc.
in th.- McMinnxiih '1 • i • i u -.. i KEiitsnCB
P rohibitionist .
Dr. G. S. Wright has returned from ington. Four wagons from Southwestern and the O. & C. R. R. rates are full fare
From Alaska the steamer Bertha
by order ol Hon I.’ I’. Boi-e, judge of
Slab Creek and is ready to do all kinds Missouri passed through Boise City July going one-fifth fare returning.
A non .
CARLTON.
I State exchanges please copy.
“Aid courl. mule \tS\btn. Oregon, M av
brings advices concerning the salmon
of dental work.
! 19th.
¿2d. Hsu
J. R. N. B ell , President.
pack, up to July 13th iust., as follows:
From Far Oft’ Korea.
Dusty,
This office still turns out the largest
C
has
.
N
ickell
,
Secretary.
The foundation of the new woolen
The seven canneries at Karluk and
amount of job work, The teason is, low mills building at Albany, is nearly fin­
Mayor DeLashmutt of Portland, is in
Indian summer.
CominiHRioner’R Court*
Yamhill County Fair AswbtlM,
Nyak have a total pack of 46,000 cases.
prices and good work.
ished, The brick work will be com-
Two canneries at Afognak report a receipt of ,1 letter from Judge O. N. Den­
Summon*.
Don
’
t
forget
butter
is
worth
25
cents
C. H. Fleming has sold his interest in menced next week. The plans of
In the matter of the petition of G. W. total of 8,700 cases.
ny, dated at Seoule, Korea, July Sth. per pound in Carlton.
k
24ÜI,
ah,
M
mi
building
have
been
changed
the trotting mare Dwina and her foal to I the
Jones et al for a county road ; complaint
Three canneries at Chignik had 8,000 He and his wife have been absent for
to
make the wing three
Mr. Eb Sitton, of Echo, Umatilla Co.,
8. A. Manning for $350.
so as
_
. - ____
cases; and one cannery at Ozernoy had some time visiting China and Japan, and
stories high, the same as the main bnild- for damages filed and Al. Hussey, O. F. 250 cases.
is visiting his people here.
Threshing machines are running on • j ing. The mills will be in operation by Davidson and H. A. Tucker commission­
he says:
There are men from Portland shooting
all sides and the Yamhili crop will be ' the first of the year.
R ace N o . 1.
ers to assess damages to meet August 22,
Mary
Flynn. Eliza!
“We enjoyed ourselves very much, but grouse in Yamhill county. ’Taint fair.
threshed within a month.
Trotting-2:30 class -Best three in five Flynn. Peter Flynn V
at
clerk's
office
at
7
a.
in.
The Weston Leader says that on ac-
now
that
we
have
returned
to
the
old
Parse,
$299.
Mr. Harding, editor of the T elephone -
8. I*. M. Briggs left Friday morning for ' count of the great scarcity of water in
In the matter of the petition of Wm.
Ann Flf'lin. Margaret 1
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
R ace N o . 2.
battle ground, I suppose the fight will go R egister , visited our town last week.
ThoniH- Hall. Janie- Fl,
the sound. He will spand his vacation | and about tlie Juniper country the har­ Nelson for a county road ; continued to
Trotting 2'35 class Best three in five. Ellen Flynn, I'attie
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
next
term.
in looking the country over.
on
as
before,
in
which
threats,
slander,
vesting outfits are experiencing consider-
W.
A.
Howe
has
a
new
hitching
post
Parse.
$2<n.
Flynn. Andrew Flynn,
F. M. York, assessor, allowed an ex­
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
vituperation aud satantic lies are the in front of his store. Asa Kelsey did it.
Wm. Holman while painting fell with 1 able trouble in obtaining a sufficiency tention
trial Flynn, Emilia Fl;
II ai r. No. 3.
of
30
days
in
which
to
finish
the
Sarah Flynn.Ocelia Fl;
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria weapons used against me. No wonder
In several places
a swinging scaffold and was severely I for their teams.
Howe and Sitton were in the moun­ Tro tinu -two-year old i-l.-v s Best two in Virginia Flynn ami
throughout Eastern Oregon there is lie­ assessment of the county.
shaken up. No serious injury.
that my friends at home are in doubt as tains again last week and got plenty of three. Purse, $125.
Flynn, Defendants.
coming a great scarcity of water. Pen­
Dissolution Notice.
R ace N o . 4.
to my existence or whereabouts, but I grouse and fish.
A choice selection of standard works dleton is experiencing somewhat of a
To the k I kivc named i l«n?n<lantK:
Running
One
mile
.lash
I
’
itrsc,
$150
am
still
in
Korea,
neither
languishing
in
novelties and stationery can be seen at
In the name of the ''talc
1
<»t Oregon you
Notice is hereby given that the partner­
water famine.
Edson, Fryer A Co. are doing splendid
jail
nor
hanging
to
the
limb
of
a
tree,
R
ace
Na.
5.
and
enidi of imi are liei rohv notified ana re-
•the book store of Miss Ella Woods.
Notice.
work now with their new thresher, and
but alive and kicking.
qiiiri*l
ro
apjwar
anil
at
11-
w<
r
the complaint
A. J. Nelson of this city has a fine, ship heretofore existing lietiveen J. L.
Running-J, mile and repeat —Yamhill
The sidewalk is waist deep in genuine
suit
Last winter I concluded an amicable can put out 2,000 bushels of wheat a day county horses. Entrance, $19; $.50 a.l.h-.l tiled against yon in the
The firm of Rogers & Todd having dis­
prune orchard which will furnish Rogers and J. A. Todd, under the firm
•calf shoes in every style and shape, and large
and
save
the
grain
as
well
as
any
ma
­
on
or
In-tore
the
2!lil
day
/ of September, lnaft,
an immense amonnt of prunes this year. name of Rogers & Todd, is this day dis­ solved partnership necessitates the col­ arrangement with China and Korea, chine.
R ace N o . 6,
that
lining
the
first
day
.
____
only $2.-50, in front of Kay & Todd's.
of
(In-
next
regular
He reports that since he left the place to solved by mutual consent J. A. Todd te- lection of all accounts. All accounts must which had the heathen Chinee Kept his
Running
mile dash-for Iwo-vcnrohl« teini of said i-mirt. m-vt sfti*r doe service of
J. L. R ogers ,
pledged faith would not only have been
Money to loan in Yamhill county, on reside in the town that it has not had tiring.
Miss 1-ena Shelton returned from her Yamhill i-i.nnty- hornes Entrance. $10 $50 this summons upon y< •ii bv publicAtion AS
be settled at once.
R ogers & Toon.
well for both countries, but would honor­ three weeks visit at Goldendale, east of added
real estate security, by F. W. Fenton, | the same care as formerly and that the Dated August 1, 1889. J. A. T odd .
by lie. pimiih-il. -.ml if you fxil so to An*
What is Castoria?
ably have freed me from further obliga­ the mountains, and reports a good time.
R ace N o . 7.
J«i-r, llu- philitifi wil I 'P|’L'*
sprouts from the roots of the prune trees
attorney at law, McMinnville. Oregon.
tl»e eniirt
Thanking
the
public
for
the
liberal
Running
which have grown up and are n .w trees
mill1 ilasli Vamliill ronntv for the relief prsyi-d fur in ’flu- complAinl
Castoria is Dr Samuel Pitcher’s prescrip­ tions to the government of Korea. But
Wright’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa­ are producing the finest kind of plums. patronage extended to the Grm of Rogers
Harry will soon have a new gun, and horses Purse, $75
herein,
tu-wit:
For
a d« rec foreclosing
alas!
on
account
of
ways
that
are
dark,
parilla can be relied upon for all blood The prunes bad been grafted into a plum & Todd I ask a continuance of the same tion for infants and children. It contains and tricks that are vain, so well under­ then there will be no use of any of the
the mortgage ilt-M-rilw-d in • \i<l complAiiu
R ice N o . 8.
neither opium, morphine, nor other nar­
And for An order of sa I co I (he following
to the new firm of Rogers Bros.
diseases, skin affections, etc. Sold oy
cotic substance. It is a harmless substitute stood by that heathen, I am like Pro­ boys going hunting, for in less than a
1
root.
Trotting
—
3:90
class
Best
three
hi
five;
red premises dew-rihed in
¡<1 mortgAgv.
Rogers Bros.
J. A. T odd .
for paregoric, drops, soothing syrups, and metheus still chained to the spot for the week there will be no game.
Yamhill county horses Purse, $!<■*. Kit Io wit:
The
Ashland
Tidings
says
that
many
castor
oil.
It
is
pleasant.
Its
guarantee
tinman
barred.
balance
of
iny
second
contract,
which
Mrs. E. Eceleston sent to this office a ! of the lakes of Klamath county which
Jay Beach Writes.
Oh, yes, the latest is: Have you seen
Tin- liomcateAd entry or 1 I vim of .lidm
is thirty years’ use by millions of mothers. runs to the end of March, 1890. when I
plate of the finest plums we have seen have never been dry since the first set­
Ralph ami his new “mere sham” pipe?
Flynx, a . the - inn-is ili-- rilied ix Ute plsta
Castoria destroys worms and allays fever­ shall
The following letter explains itself:
In
Races
No
1.
2,
3,
5.
fl,
7
and
H.
five
Io
be
a
free
man.
and
shall
lose
no
axi
| survey« it the I sitnl SlAle. Usd office
this season. The corps give a verdict of tlement of tl e country by the whites, are
The
ladies
say
they
ate
in
hopes
he
will
ishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour
enter, three to «tart.
At Gregos < itv. < ri-gos, Axd sitiiAte i*
C ity V iew , August 2, 1889.
splendid.
curd, cures diarrhoea and wind colic Cas­ time in getting back to tny home in dear lay it away before the winter sets in.
dry this summer, among them Swan
Race
No
t.
three
or
more
to
enter
threi
5'
inihill
ci ill xl y , st ste of < Iregmi Al-u the
toria relievos teething troubles, cures con­ old Oregon.”
Friend GaUotray:
to start
folio« ing desi rilieil reAl est Ale. to-wit: The
Would it not be a good idea for some­ lake. The shortage of the bay crops will
Fox.
stipation and flatulency Castoria assimi­
Can
it
be
arranged
so
that
the
date
Entrance fee on all races, nol -perified smith hilt of the M»nth«-e*t quArter axi I
Probate Court.
one to run a stage line to Tillamook? make the w ntering of stock a serious for the McMinnville meeting can lie set lates tne food, regalates the stomach ami
Trespass Notice—Notice is hereby giv­ otherwise.
10 |«-r cent
puree Divi.led lots oxo. tWAi Axil three of sei-tiux thirty
The travel that way this season is con­ problem if the winter .should be a rigor­ for the week following The Dalles. I bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
en that all persons are forbidden to tres­ 7n. 20 and 10 per cent. Five per cent of en­ tour, is t 4 s. r <i w, ix V aiu I i III emixtv, lire-
Estate
of
J.
F.
Bewley;
account
of
R.
'
ous one and it is probable that a number should like to go over to vonr place with Castoria is tlie children’s panacea — the
siderable.
pass on my premises for the purpose of trance to be paid when entn is math-: bal­ gon. isixlAislsg l<«i Acres more ur lei.», xxd
mother’s friend.
L. Bewley approved and his resignation ¡Hinting or fishing. Any violation here­ ance by September 1st
of cattle will be brought to Rogue river
for A decree th At pltistiff l.e pAid a II sum*
my stable, Siphon, Coquetta and Beulah,
F. 8. Harding, Dr. S. A. Young and J. for hay.
excepted. Lucy E. Bewley continued as of will be prosecuted to the full extent of
Entries to close August 1st. Hani» i - hi - a of mosey due him upos - Aid loortgAge. |o-
DIED.
but cannot get there until after The
C. Cooper are now expert bicycle riders.
to state plainly name, age. c.ilor anti sex of wit: The «um of $175 75, ivitli istMCal
the law.
J. H. C amb .
sole executor.
A carload of immigrants from Indiana, Dalles meeting. Very truly yours,
They are as graceful on a machine as the
horse, name of sire and dam. w hen known thereox from J ash Ary 5»h, Issl, At Die rAt'e
W oods .—Monday morning the son of 8.
Estate of Samuel McCutcheon. Real
hound for Douglas county, Or., was
J ay B each .
iop rider of a rail fence.
and name of owner
of tex per eext pet asjnm, asd the
<4
Woods, of this city, aged 10 months, estate described in petition to be sold,
Foreat Fires Knglng.
noticed at the depot yesterday. They
The Association reserve the right to alter, $199. Attorxcy’s fees. AXil eiails »sd de-
Machinery for Sale.
Mr. Wm Holl returned home Mon­ were of the better class of immigration,
summer complaint, funeral held Tues­ subject to widow's dower. Wyatt Har­
amend
or
po*t)>one.
an
or
all
of
those
Axil for stieh other relief a *
Forest fires are raging in various see­ races, should the Board of Directors in hiirscniist.«,
day night from an extended visit in Ba­ the home see cars and home builders who
day.
ris appointed gnardian. Addition to mi­
niAV lie just
A six horse twwer stationary engine
varia. He looks brown and healthy and come to a new country w it h the necessary
lions of the country. The timber on their judgment ami for can«i- th r-m it < ,(.<-
This «timin'
nors named in petition.
Notice.
reports having enjoyed the trip.
ix the MeM
means to assist them in their endeavors. and boiler on skids, and a large size en­
both sides of the Columbia above Astor­ dient.
races to begnverneil bv the rules by order i.f Box
’SiOIJLOJSE
I forbid anyone bunting on land owned
ia is burning. It is reported that the of Trotlmg
Wm. Martin and Am Shadden killed In conjunction with the outfit was a car­ gine lathe for iron work, all in first class
the
National
Trotting
Association.
s
. a id mart, in Aile
Cr.
S.
Wright
order,
will
be
sold
cheap.
For
particu
­
by me. All trespassers will be prosecu­
Nehalem country is on fire and several
40 grouse Sunday. This is the largest load of Holstein cattle, aristocratic
Bloo.1 Hor«e rules to govern all rnntiing 27th 1--41
Is Prepared to do All Kinds ol I people in this citvaie anxious as they race«
bag of the season. They are fine shots, chickens, blooded pigs, etc.— East Ore­ lars call at this office, or address A. J. ted to the full extent of the law.
C. W TALMAGE.
Smith. Carlton. Oregon
30
DENTAL WORK
A. J. B aker .
have taken timlier claims in that section.
and hunt with well-trained dogs.
gonian,
Secretary.
TH E TELEl’HONE-RE(i 1ST EK.
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