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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1889)
ON THE BEACH.
FIRE AT NEWBERG.
Martin <fc Samler.-t keep a fine assort- ,
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The Progressive Town Sustains a L ohs of Tiie Fun, Frolic and Frivolity of Newport.
No. 24, fo' week ending Saturday,
begins September 2d.
Mrs. II. F. Turner ari l son leave lor
Friday, August 23, 1889.
The Dalles Saturday.
HTofzx». Wm. McDonald will ^oon btsorne a
Sunday morning about four or five
N ewport . Oregon, August 19th.
avuL | resident of Carlton.
Cooler weather prevailed the past Electric Lights and
Gen. G. E. Caukin, of Portland, was o’clock a fire started in Newberg and
This has been the most beautiful day
THE MARKET REPORT.
in the city Wednesday.
the temperature being about nor
; Our postmaster went to McMinnville
1 notwithstanding the efforts of the people 1 since our arrival. AVe arrived here Fri
' This market report is corrected Thurs
I iiist week and came home minus a tooth.
Pocket knives from b cents tip to $3.00 four buildings were burned to the I day evening at 6 o’clock, just in time for mal. No general rain occurred except
day noon of each week bj’ A. J. Apperson at Martin & Sanders.
ground. Two of them were owned by supper. It will not be taken amiss, per on Saturday, when in Western Oregon a
Lindberg sold his farm, contain-
$19.000. ( ami; John
40 acres, adjoining Carlton, for $20 >J.
Chas. Talmage left for TiHaims«k Sun a Mr. Hardwick and were occupied by J. haps, if a brief description of the trip light shower was generally experienced. BOTH FOR THE SIM OF
........Ip bushel i 90 day
for a few breaths of ocean air.
| Harry Sitton was in Portland three
! C. Mossberg, one as a hotel and the I from McMinnville to the bay is given. At Portland .09 of an inch fell, the first
$ doz >2 00 to 2 50
last week on business.
Born.—To the wife of W. F. L. Wright, other as a grocery store; one owned and The ride to Corvallis was made on Tlmrs- since June 30th. On the I4tli a light J. 8. Pitchford, of W. T. Garrett &
Is In danger while your blood Is Impure.
(Clear sides lb.
on Wednesday, August 21, 1889, a son. I «X'cupied bv Peter Christenson, with a dav, anil during the afternoon and eve shower occurred in Clatsop and Tilla
Gross food, careless personal habits and
Co., San Francisco, the Lucky
to jKirthase material fur another new various exposures render miners, loggers,
Not a good house in the town to rent. stock of agricultural ¡implements, and a ning of that day we were shown some of mook counties. Distant thunder was
(Hanis.......... 10 tí)
and most frontiersmen peculiarly
lard )ln 10pd pail«
I dwelling owned and oceupietl by Hans that city’s substantial enterprises. Our heard at Forest Grove on the 16th.
subject to eruptive and other blood disrates
,jar 1 Hn «5 gallon tins .
remedy is Ayer's Sarsaparilla A
escort was Mr. Robt. Johnson, editor of
powerful alterative, this medicine cleanses
Butter. Creamery. roll 50
Born.—To the wile oi James O. (¡mid, i $10,060. Our informant did not know the Time»
The smoke continues to obscure the CONTRACT ORDERED SIOHRD. (Sa."»
30 on Wednesday, August 21,1889, a daugh
tiie blood through the natural cliannela. and
Butter, dull, fresh "p roll 25 to
the amount of insurance, but thinks it
The Benton county court house, is a sun most of the time. The forest fires
> pound. 12 to
I it againhut through the kindness of our speedily effects a cure.
was in the neighlwrhood of $3500. The thing of beauty, if nut a joy forever. It continue doing great damage, especially The “Telephone-Register” Council Gets sheriff and others it has been found and
Dried apples, dull, pd.
Dried plums, dull, # pd.
The contract of furnishing the court 1 buildings were situated in the new town,
* delivered to him in good shape.
8 house lias been let to Schindler of Port- i and will soon be rebuilt. Newbeig is supplied with water from the city's in the Coast range. In parts of the Cas
F’ep.icd be Dr. J. C. Aver * Co.. I.ow.11, igm .
Dried prunes, dull, pd.
Pric. $1; oU bolUao, $i. Worth $A a tout.
Driedpeaches.d-ull. $ pd
should do something toward protecting works, and in all the offices there are
1 10 land for $670.
i Fully 200,000 bushels of «heat will be
V «ack 1 CO to
sheep out and doing much damage to
Sugars, declined ’« cent 11.
One hundred ami fifty styles of pocket j
For some time past the common coun
pounds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs. knives to choose from at Martin & San works would not cost much, and the of the men who are fortunate enough to them.
cil ot our city has been busy at work get son.
WHEAT AND OATS.
town is sure to be a good one unless
$1 25; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents 13 ders; knives warranted.
Mrs. Katie Hess, of Fairfield, is visit
Harvestipg is gradually being finished ting information about a water plant nec
some serious misfortune like a fire gives be elected officers of Benton county. In
hound: coal oil. verv firm, (d $2.75 V case;
salt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton,
a room adjoining the large court room is and reports indicats that better yields essary for the supply of the town. Bids ing Mrs. Jennie Hendrix of this placi.
Martin & Sanders have sold atemt 70 | it a set-back.
ami is very firm
vehicles this summer, comprising backs,
the judges’ private apartment. This is were had than was expected. Some sec were advertised for to be opened on Tues
Oh, those girls—did you ever see any
A HATTON SENSATION.
report a fine wheat yield, others a
carriages, buggies ar.d carte.
thing like that? Carlton will have to se
supplied with all modern permanent con tions
cure an army of soldiers for protection if
LOCAL AND GENERAI..
Yo'ir attention is called to the ad of Addison Darr Takes a Rope Ladder For veniences, and when furnished it will be man and AVasco counties wheat is yield
were in the field with their plans and she is raided so again. Young ladies of
the Great Beyond.
Rogers Bros., reliable druggists, which
one of the most valuable adjuncts oi this ing from 4 to 12 bushels per acre. On bids on the same. John Corkish, of the C----- take warning.
you will find on the second page.
w John L. gets one year in jail.
account of the almost total failure in the
Saturday evening news was brought magnificent building.
wheat and oat crops of Malheur, Grant l’uget Sound Pipe Co., put in one duplex
Sammy McCuen took a free ride on
A sunflower stalk in the neighborhood to this city that Addison Darr, living
A good line of boys’ knives at Martin
We investigated the water works. Wa and Crook counties, no railroads, and pump with a capacity of 850,000 gallons the belt of a threshing machine last
of 14 feet high is exhibited at the real es I near Dayton, had committed suicide by
ter is taken from the Willamette, and transportation being high, the prices are in 24 hours; one 20-horsc power boiler; week, and had it not been for the quick-
tate office of Fletcher & Richardson.
Rom.—August 21, 1889, to the wife of
the )>umps arc of 500,000 gallons per day extraordinarily high, wheats selling as this to be a direct pressure system ; 8- minded engineer reversing the engine,
You will notice in another column a
J. L. Wright a daughter.
The deceased had been suffering sev capacity. Two large tanks are kept as high as $2.00 and oats $1.30 per bushel. inch main to Baker’s corner on 3d street, Sammy would have been singing his
call for bids for ditching tor the water
songs to the angels ere now.
Superior «It ills and seeders best in the plant, work will begin immediately.
eral years from liver and kidnev troubles, nearly full as may be for use in case of The Umpqua valley will have a larger
number of bushels of wheat to export converse pipe, for $10,700; American
market, at Martin & Sanders.
fiom which lie could obtain no relief, and fire. The pumps are keptruuning about than last year.
Vol ice Court.
Co.’s pipe, $9450; Puget Sound wood
Farmers having summer-fallow :<• re
Rev. 11. P.Satchwell will preach in the plow will do well to get one of t hose «Ban life became a burden to him. He often 13 hours per day.
pipe, $9250, two liydiants.
Since tae 15th inst Recorder Spencer
Methodist elinrch next Sabbath.
ton Walking Gangs of Marlin & Sanders. expressed the choice that lie would
Corvallis has an eleetrict light plant of
It is reported from Salem that a two-1 Oliver & Varwig’s bid called for a has disposed of the following cases : Mike
Such as are to be used for the
Try Axleine, a better grease than Cas
the Westinghouse incandescent style, year-oid fig tree has this year produced pump well 22x22 feet in size, a reservoir Kelly, drunk, $3 and costs; Dunean Lit next four years, at the following
Mulkey & Sargent threshed 1700 bush
tor oil, kept by Martin & Sanders.
els of wheat the other day with a 30-inch upon his mind until it probably worked put in and owned by private capital. fine figs. At Pendleton sorghum pre
60x60 feet, 80 feet high, capacity of tle, drunk and disorderly, $5 and costs; prices FOR CASH, and no back talk
The new series of school readers ex- Cyclone separator. Very good for this him into temporary aberration and he The proprietor assured us that it was a sents a fine appearance. Some cotton is
being successfully raised in the north 10,000 gallons; one duplex pump; 2600 Ed Rogers, creating disturbance and
» changed free of charge at Rogers Bros.’ season.
committed the rash act.
success in every particular, and that as eastern part of Umatilla county. Prac feet ot main; boiler and boiler house; fighting, discharged ; Peter Dorrv, drunk READERS, No. 1,
Martin <t Sanders have just ra'eived
He was last seen alive at 3 o’clock Sat soon as the winter comes his light will tical tests may demonstrate the fact that 1000 feet of 5-inch main; 2000 feet of 4- and disorderly, $5 and costs ; Wm. Cook,
The Yumhill bridge is not in the best
urday afternoon, going toward the barn, be patronized extensively. It beats coal figs, sorghum and cotton can be profits incli main ; 1000 feet of 3-inch main; 1000 drunk and disorderly, $5 and costs. The
foreign harvest hands in this section this
of condition and should receive a general styles.
where lie was found the same evening at oil by a long ways. The electric lights blv grown in certain sections of the state, feet of 2-inch main; crosses, tees, etc., year have been a tough lot.
thus adding three more products to the
N. L. New and family, Mrs. C. I’. 5 o’clock, hanging dead. He had taken and the water works give Corvallis very already long list and variety.
McMinnville is entering upon a new Bishop
Robbery at Middleton.
era of development. Now is the time to and children left for Tillamook Wednes
Mr. Pitchford had three propositions,
Sunday night the general «tore of Poole
it to the top round of an upright ladder much hope for McMinnville yet, as when
push our advantages to the front.
Water is very scarce in Eastern Ore the first of which consisted of two Du
built for climbing into the hay mow, and she gets these necessities, she will be a gon. All springs and most of the creeks plex pumps with a capacity of from 860,- & Ashpole was broken into and a large
Complete, 60 CENTS
x. Use Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow
Look out for the large ad of A. .1. Ap fixing a noose around liis neck, swung city for sure.
are dry. Wells are giving out and water 000 to 1,400,000 gallons per «lay ; two 30- amount of goods stolen. The store was
ders if you take pride in seeing yonr
person. He is getting in a new stock
has to be hauled for all pur|x>ses for Imrse power boilers, one boiler feed a strange sight when the theft was dis ARITHMETIC, No. 1,
stock look well. Sold by Rogers Bros.
Friday we camo to Newport, over the many miles.
and on the 1st of September wilt open it
pump, one heater, sliding wavs for covered. Goods of all description were
the floor. The coroner’s jury, which was Oregon Pacific railroad. The train was
The double adjustable force feed used up for the public.
pumps instead of well, boiler house, 2600 lying around tiie room in great disorder,
in the Superior drills is positively the
of spiral welded 8 inch water main and a considerable amount of damage BOOKKEEPING.
best in use. It works equally well in
done beside the theft. Why can’t a thief
I cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of dentil by strangulation, in accordance manly conductor. The road winds up yield of fruits. Large quantities are be for $7,300.
wheat or oats.
The second consisted of two pumps be a gentleman?
A Complete Line of Sta
. voice and all inflamed conditions of the with the above facts. His neck was not the valley of Mary’s river after passing ing shipped and all fruits are of good
For Rent.—One nice room to rent, fur- lungs. Sold by Rogers Bros.
and School Sup
power boilers, feed pump, heater, sliding
A Suspicious Fair.
Mr. Darr was born in Ohio in 1822 and Philomath six miles from Corvallis.
nished or unfurnished. Enquire at milli-'
Don’t forget to get your ware house re came to Oregon in 1852. He and his From Philomath to the summit of the tions injured by the blight. Plums are ways, boiler house, 2600 feet of 6 inch
on hand at Rock
nery store, opposite Grange store.
very plentiful, and prunes are in places
ceipts printed at this office. The neatest brother followed mining a few years and
One day last week there airived in our
main for $5,400.
M bs . A. E. S tuart .
job in the county. Work bound in paper, then the deceased got married and, with mountains, a distance of twenty-one miles somewhat smaller than usual, but there
The third consisted of two duplex city a Spaniard by lhe name of Zoroni,
the road crosses the river twenty-seven is an increased quantity. Peaches and
Wright’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa cloth or leather. Give us a call.
pumps with capacity of first proposition, with a weman he called wife
i the wife who now survives him, settled
pears are unusually plentiful.
parilla can be relied upon for all blood
sliding ways for the p imps, two 30-horse were soon registered at the Exchange
Geo. II. Dawes of North Yamhill will | on tlieir present farm, where lie had a
«liseases, skin affections, etc. Sold oy
power boilers, feed pump, heater, boiler
give a lecture in this city at the opera half section of good land and a comfort ductor said there was hardly a day pass
Potatoes will be a short crop; the dry house, two tanks 80 feet high with ca hotel where thev had engaged rooms for
house on the second Sunday in Septem able home. He liad jnst threshed 2000 ed, but three or more persons get sick,
weather cut tlieir yield down fully one- pacity of 40000 gallons, 2600 feet of 8 a few days. Zoroni is a juggler and in
In the county court of th«1 state oi Ore
The T elephone -R egister job office ber. The lecture will be on free thought. bushels of wheat this season and leaves but it is not bad and does not last long.
third. Onions, beets, cabbages, corn, inch main, 1000 feet of 6 inch main, 4000 the evening appeared on one of our gon, for the county of Yamhill.
behind him plenty of stock, farming im
has been overrun with job work for the
In the matter of the estate of James
plements and other paraphernalia for
past two weeks. The presses are run
anil gave a verv clever open-air
P. Church of Walla Walla, is holding successful labor. He had some time ago the Yaquina river, which is crossed weather the past week has l»een favor main, 2000 feet of 2 inch main, 20 hy streets
service at the C. I*, church each evening deeded the farm to his two children, a twenty-three times. These rivers are able to them and large yields are ex drants, gates, crosses, tees, etc., one 500 and balls, after which lie passed aiound To August McCulloch. Jesse McCulloch,
Mrs. Maggie Shadden left Monday for this week.
’ . Mr. McLain is an excellent son and daughter, retaininga life-keeping
16-candle power light dynamo, engine to his cranium «xjver and collected from the
Hugh McCullo h, George McCulloch,
Corvallis where she will i visit her mother, speaker and all who hear him will be for himself and wife. He was in good about the size of tiie Willamina, in Yam
B. S. P aoce ,
run same, 200 houses wired, 40 street assembled spectators six bits or a dollar.
William McCulloch, Gilliert McCul
Then leave for Portland
—1 where she will , edified. Services at 7:30 p. m.
Observer U. S. Signal Service.
lamps 25 candle power, for $23,600.
loch, and nil the unknown heir« of
circumstances and when his trunk Was
The next day Zoroni was drunk as a fid
in the Yaquina the stream gradually
Assistant Director Oregon S. W. B.
The plan and bid which will be used dler. His wife had made herself very
Janies McCulloch, deieased, by name
Mr. I. T. Moore, of Dayton, reports opened Sunday morning $400 in cash ter
by the city is a modification of the last attractive to a few, and wbile the juggler
“unknown heirs.” Greeting:
Wm. Galloway and Chas. Wools will that Wilson Bros, threshed for him with was found therein, showing that he na City you see quite a bay.
THE WILLAMETTE VALLEE
bid by Mr. Pitceford and consists of the was being walked around by one 01 two
In the name of the state of Oregon,
take Lady Beach and Flaherty to the their 33-inch Cyclone separator 1450 wanted for nothing except health.
coast on the 9th of September. Flaherty bushels, partly wheat and partly outs, To Those Who Contemplate Building.
of liis new-made friends, to sober him you are hereby cited and required to ap
happened. The grave of three mutilated
Goes Through and Tells What
Two Hall duplex pumps with a capaci off, others were looking alter the welfare pear in the county court of the state of
will be used to pack out salmon.
and moved away, all in a half-day ; ami
he believes they didn’t waste a peek
of his better half. They were a suspi Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, at
One of the most useful publications for lives by giant powder in the building of
J. H. Henderson has purchased the that
will keep a pressure of 130 pounds to the cious-looking pair, it Was finally discov the court room thereof, at McMinnville,
grocery business of J. J. Collard and will
the road. Near Elk City an eccentric
The N. Y. Independent of the "th inst., square inch in the mains, two 30 horse
that several tilings had been stolen in the county of Yamhill, on Tuesday,
put in a new and complete stock of gro Forest fires in the Cascade range near building is the beautifully illustrated Ar man resides, who in a material sense, at contains a letter from Joaquin Miller, its power boilers, one feed pump, one heat ered
the hotel, including a $5 gold piece. the 3d day of September, 1889, at 10
ceries, etc. Call and see the new goods. Ellensburg, continue to spread, doing chitect and Bnilderedition of the Scienti least, is prepared for death. He has traveling correspondent, who recently er, inclined ways to river for pumps, The finger
of suspicion pointed so strongly o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then
All members of the class who take part mines, etc. There is no estimating the fic American, published monthly by fore he retires to his couch lie gets into passed through this valley and stayed a boiler and dynamo house 24x50 with iron toward the woman that an officer was and there to show cause, if any you
roof, 2600 feet of 8 inch spiral steel main
have, why the following described real
in the Demorest Medal contest are re
time in Portland. From this letter the warranted to stand strain of 650 pounds notified, and although her guilt was nei estate should not bo sold as prayed for in
but the timber is destroyed for Munn & Co., the celebrated patent so the coffin and trys it.
quested to meet st the residence of Mrs. damage,
ther proven nor admitted they very will
following clippings are taken :
DOWN THE BAY.
to the square inch, 2620 feet of 6 inch ingly paid hack the money to have the the petition of John McCulloch, adminis
Cozine on Friday evening. August 23rd, rivers. Ranchers are now engaged night licitors, at 361 Broadway, New York.
It has become the custom for most of
1 came down the great Willamette val main, 3900 feet of 4 inch main, 30J0 feet matter dropped. The officer notified trator of said estate, to-wit: The south
At Yaquina City we leave the train
at 7:30 p. m.
Sec. W. C. T. U.
and day in that section fighting lire. A
take the haughty little steamer for ley in a half day by rail from Eugene of 3 inch main, laid in trenches with all them to leave town immediately. They west quarter of the northwest quarter of
In last week’s issue an item stated that dense smoke covere the entire country the builders in the United States and and
necessary crosses, tees, gates, etc., one procured u small boat, and accompanied section (12) twelve and the northwest
Canada to keep on file this publication, Newport. We have already gotten a ! City,
one of the separators sold by Martin A for a hundred miles.— East Oregonian.
. » “the heart of Oregon,” the place of 500 16-candle power Westinghouse dyna
by a young man who has made Corvallis quarter of the northwest quarter of sec
Handers had threshed 1450 in one day, it
not only for their own benefit, but for mences to sharpen. The captain pulls my last letter. And 1 came down through mo,oue independent engine torun dynamo his home for some months, pushed out tion (13) thirteen, in t 5 s, r 6 w of the
John Curtis, the lazy brute who hack
should have read in a halfday. The item
Willamette meridian, in Yamhill county,
ed liis left hand oil’ at the penitentiary the use of their customers, and they find the bell, the boat starts, and we start for one continuous and uninterrupted Eden. lamps with posts. All the work is to be into the Willamette about 9 p. m., and Oregon,
is now corrected, read it.
and containing 160 acres.
some weeks ago is about well, having their business promoted by so doing. A our overcoats, which experience taught Three railroads run down this valley, done in a workmanlike manner and the floated off for pastures new . It will be
This citation is published in (lie Mc
K The largest amount of money ever paid been transferred several days since from great variety of dwelling houses, costing us last year was a necessary companion which is more than one hundred miles
well for the towns down the creek to
contractor to furnish men to run plant to keep an eye oil them.— Corvallis Times. Minnville T elephone R egister for four
here This boat ride is about six miles,
out for one telegraph message in the bis- t|ie |IOSpit
al to his ceil. . When the con
EX . .
A l* A of
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from a few hundred to several thousand and is not the least pleasant feature of a long and fifty miles wide; and two rail the satisfaction of the council for 30 days,
weeks by order of Hon. L. Iziughary,
roads cross it, or are crossing it. There upon its completion. He will give bonds
--- of --------------
;—» was that
judge of said court, of date July 2d, 1889.
ywabaeker Bros., the day after the Seattle tion for himself last fall and was lnlly re dollars, are illustrated in eacli monthly visit to Newport by any means. The is a tremendous building impulse already
(l. h ] Witness, the Hon L. Loughary,
tire. 1 It amounted to $600 and was an or- covered, Superintendent Downing had a number, besides a double page printed boat arrives. The crowd on the dock here, both in city and in country. Little to repair eliding wayB for two years. The
A. B. Faulconer to L. A. Thomas, lots
der for goods. ------------------------------------- “one-armed wood saw” rigged up, with in colors, representing one cr more looks on the newcomers with a satisfied towns blossom ail along on either hand; pipeB are to be laid where ordered by the 9, 10 and 11, blk 11, Sheridan ; con $90. judge of the county court of the state of
council and ten hydrants are to be put in
for the county of Yumhill. and
J. W. Messinger to Nora E. Olds, 160 Oregon,
An exchange says that a small piece of which the fellow has “fiddletl away handsome residences already buiit. Af air. We disembark and arc escorted to and many a one of these sudden born as ordered. As a test Mr. Pitchford
the seal of said court hereto affixed, this
little towns is destined to serve merely
gum camphor burnt on a hot stove, two ever since and made himself a very use- ter the design for the elevation or style our hotels.
2d day of July, A. !>., 1889.
The pleasures sought at this healthful as stations for accommodation trains for stated that lie would throw two
to S. J. Hindman, 3-20
or three times a day, will rid a house of 'u.* prisoner. A pretty good scheme now
Attest: J. W. H obbs , Clerk.
streams ovor the dome of the court int. F. in Barnekoff
mill in McMinnville; con $3900.
flies and mosquitoes without the use of will be to put ( urtis on the other end of of the house has been selected, builders resort are many, among which we will manyr years to come. Still, they all have house.
F enton A F enton ,
screens, besides purifying the air and across-cut saw with Howard and then are enabled to give a close estimate of
The council deserves praise for the la
Attorneys for Estate.
and Otter rock, promenading on the en pretty church spires pointing heaven
[«sition to reason with
blk 5 Newberg; con $30.
making the building more healthy.
they will bo in a position
bor they have performed for the people. 7 in
each other on their want of manhood and the cost of construction, as the working lovely beach, searching for water agates, ward through the “continuous woods.”
plans accompany the elevation. Most etc., etc.
J. ( . Cooper we see by the dispatches common sense.— Statesman.
These green woods! Oh, these glor We will not be surprised however if a blk 4, college side; con $900.
scre bathing .
has been appointed post master at this ■
jiersons, contemplating the building of a
ious, restful green woods and green val kick ib heard from a lew simple minded
Jesse Edwards to Lydia E. Smith, loti
city. He will no doubt make a good post
An English mechanic, who is a recent house or stable for their own use derive
A large number of people omitted their leys and green hills after the glare of the people who are always kicking about im blk 11, Newberg; con $100.
master. 7 The
” six applicants are now at- ■ arrival in this city, says the Oregonian,
usual Saturday washoff because they feverish California sun! This is surely provements. Every town has its quota
Macy B. Hadley to Edmund Robinson
Notice is hereby given that under and by
tending to . ' business
as usual, Why not 1 has come to an nn lerstanding regarding botli pleasure and considerable saving, could accomplish their desire in that di the most restful land the traveler ever and McMinnville is no exception. The 103 acres in t 3 s, r 2 w; con $2638.
virtue of an order of the county court of
locate the post office in a more central the meaning of a Ion), and short haul sometimes, by carefully considering at rection and exhibit their bravery and saw. The eye rest, the soul and body council has been called the T klkeiione -
S. ami C. A. Richardson to Milton Yamhill county, Oregon, of date August
; clause as applied to freightage and trans- their leisure, and by tlieir fireside, vari other attractions at the same time on the rest; for beauty and prosperity possesses R egistkk council by these peopie. We Richardson, 25.75 acres in t 4 s, r 4 w ; litli, 18H9, in tf e matter of the estate of
Samuel McCuti heon. diN-cased, the under
ous designs and plans which may come following day. Just why Sunday is the the land where you may. One thing
Seattle sent $15,000 and a car load of
signed administrjitor of said estate will, on
perhaps 200 pounds shipped from before them. To enable a person to best time in the week to bathe w’e don’t about these Oregon towns that make links the paper to the improvement of
bacon to Spokane Falls. After her own I ing
Liverpool, England, to Portland. The
understand, but it must be. On Satur them more than ordinarily beautiful is the town. Cail the paper and the coun W. Gilbert, land in Yamhill conntv; eon SATURDAY, THE 21st DAY SEPT., 1KMW,
sufferings she might reasonably have j freight
charges was $1.50. This is the
duly sell nt public auction, at the court
day six people enjoyed being jostled by their abundant greens. Y'all nearly al cil all the names you wish but you lie if < $1311.50.
been excused from any contribution, long haul.
Here ir, Portland he hired an portant a matter as building a home for the gentle billows of the bay; but oil ways see two rows of trees on each you say they are not progressive.
house door, at McMinnville, Oregon, at the
whatever; yet she far exceeds iu gener
hour of 1 o’clock p. in of snid day. all the
to take his tool chest across his family, he will be wise if he brings Sunday quite one hundred ladies and street. Often some of the streets in the
osity all other cities of the coast, and expressman
right, title and interest of said decedent in,
Coal Mines Near Vernouin.
nearly all put together. Corvallis lifts man charged him $1.25, and he has come the subject before his entire household,
of or to the following real estate, to-wit:
The south half of the donation land claim
her hat to Seattle. She can appreciate to the conclusion that this is the short and studies carefully over in the domes
We are confident that the Astoria and When Baby was Bick, we gave her Pastoria,
of Wayman C Hembree, and descrilied as
generosity—m other cities.— Leader. Mc haul. In commenting upon the justice tic circle the style of house and the in best day. Perhaps we’ll understand this ues of Washington City.
Another notable feature ail up and
follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point two
I of these charges he has nothing but terior arrangements. It not only af
ami twent.v-one-liiindredth (2 21); chains
One hundred bathers present a novel down this continuous line of restful town whenever the road is built, for to get to When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
west and 23’ 98 chains south from the north
A baby at a little town near Dubuque, | “damn” to say, when he refers to the fords great pleasure to the entire family appearance in the water. It would hard is the school bouse and church edifice. Beaver creek pass thej' cannot help pass When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
east corner of so tion 211; thence north 40
Iowa, was born on June 9th, last and short haul clause,
ly be justice to single out any particular At some placeB you do not see more than
chains: thence south Mil degrees 10 minutes
to be considered in the matter, but good person and describe bis or her ap six houses; but one at least, and the big ing through this place without a much
weighed twelve pounds. He was seem-
east. 40 chains; till'll«'«' south 24 minutes
ingly healthy and well formeJ, and cried
Arthur 44 addle has been held to an- suggestions will come from it, and mis pearance, this is as far as we gest and the best is a school house; and greater expense. The Beavercreek pass
west 39.90)$ chains: thence west 40 chains
for two days incessantly after he was swer in the sum of $a00 for obstructing takes will be less likely to occur in the dare go in that direction. The bathers perhaps two of the remaining five build is a natural outlet for a railroad and there
totlic place of beginning; containing 150-
born. Then he fell asleep, and lias nevei i }',e \ nite«! States mail. It seems that selection. By all means consult the enjoy the sport hugely, some remaining ings are churches. But you do not often
DeafneKH Can’t l»e Cured
acres, < save ami except therefroin
awakened or opened his eyes since. H«>
I nesdav sparks fell from a locoino- wife and grown-up daughters, if so for in the water fully an honr. We have not find a town so small as that; unless it be will be no necessity for a heavier grade
all that portior thereof which is situate on
is healthy and gaining flesh every day. tlve und set lire to a fence lielotiging to tunate as to ha"e them, and to this end taken this exhilarating exercise as yet, of this year’s crop of newly plant« d
south side of Yamhill river), and all said
He takes food every day with a spoon, young _ \\ addle s father. . In
r- attempting everybody who contemplates building having not fully recovered from a bath towns.
can be built comparatively straight while I the diseased portion of the ear. There is land being in t3s,r4w,in Y'amhill county,
and seems to relish it.
provide himself with a complete taken on a small scale early in the
if any of the other passes are taken, the ; is by canstitutional remedies. Deafness Said land is sold subject to tile widow’s
COMING TO OREGON.
thrown on the track and forgotten. It should
grades will be a great deal heavier and is caused by an inflamed condition of the
Geo. W . Jones and family have return was then late and on the way home they
Not Only From the East, But F.otn Call-
Deed nt ex|wnse of purchaser.
ed from the ocean, having spent a glori- were thought of, but Mr. Waddle said of the Scientific American, some forty
more frequent curves will occur, and of mucus lining of the Eustachian tube.
listed this 15tli day of August. 1889
ous time at Netarts Bay. Mr. Jones is , jle would wait until morning as no
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell and par
loud in praise of the place, and says that trains run at night 011 the road. In the not only the best material to select his ents of McMinnville, are enjoying their
Administrator of said Estate.
to hw mind d is the best place for.an out- morning before three o’clock Mr. \V.al- design from, but he will also find the visit immensely. They have a cottage Oregon and Washington still continues. tapping tiie coal mines, it is believed by 1 and when it is entirely closed. Deafness
F enton >k F enton .
ing on the coast. He reports the new dle
, got up and went to the track, but a publication useful and profitable to refer in a delightful nook facing the bay.
Attorneys for Estate
(Aug 16 S3
many that a branch will be built from ' is the result, and unless the inllamation
road now being built as being tine hand-car had passed and the men had to while the building is being con
Mr. J. G. Malone and wife, of Port Each train leaving California is crowded some point in the Nehalem valley (pro can be taken out and this till« restored
and the work good. It reduces the dis thrown the rails off. The men on ihe
land, arrived Saturday evening for a ten to its utmost capacity, and the railroad
to its normal conditior., hearing will be
If a person does not find the design I day’s visit. They are weli known in Mc company is seriously considering the bably Vernonia) to the coal mines and destroyed
tance to the coast materially, it only tak hand car reported the matter and the ar
forever; nine cases out of ten
ing one day to make the trip.
rest of the Waddle boy is the result.
question of putting another train on the could easily be built from the main line are caused by catarrh, which is nothing
About two weeks ago little ten-year-
but an inflamed condition of the mucus
There were three men drowned during
or the estimate of the cost is too great, a old Mabie Cressey was returning from a route. These people are not only resi near the summit of the Beaver pass to surfaces.
the fishing season iust closed on the Col
tap the coal mines, thereby saving a big
visit to the valley, and on the boat there
umbia, two on the bar, and one in falling
expense to the coal company, as only I We will give One Hundred Dollars for
of John J. Henderson will be very sure to find in some one of were ten passengers and runners for two
their property there and are moving to about two miles of road would need to be any ease of Deafness,(caused by catarrh,)
from his boat in front of Astoria. This is Forges the Name
Newport hotels. She saw the runners the north, where as good and cheaper built. No railroad surveyors have ever I that we cannot cure by taking Hall’s
' the smallest number of fata! casualties in
suit both his fancy and purse. Hun
any one season in the history of the busi-
Thursday of last week in the afternoon dreds of buildings have been erected plying the passengers with questions, land can be secured, but also people from been over this Beaver creek pass that I Catarrh Cure. Send for circnlars, free.
concluded to do her duty by her
F. J. C heney & Co., Toledo, O.
-» ness for twenty years. When one recol a young man ent -red the McMinnville on the
have ap father’s house, so she told them that she the east, who have been induced to go to we are aware of, but if they once look
lects that 3000 men have been day and
over this route, we are satisfied that is
night in the water and on the water for
who contemplates building, or ceeded in getting eight of the ten. The some respects the country had been mis where the road will go.
four months, three, out of three thousand, ing that he wanted to Write. It was giv person
Having sold my stock of groceries to
represented. Without doubt, California
seems a very low death-rate. A far great en him and before taking it lie remarked add to existing buildings, whether wings hotel runners did not relish it.
this country, playing sad havoc with J. H. Henderson of this city, I request
The attendance here is not so large as is one of the most fertile states in the of
er ratio than that die ashore in far less
timber. Already several thousand all parties owing me to come and settle.
it was ten days ago, but there are a large union, but the people there have foolish the
will be pretty sure to find what lie wants number of campers and the hotels are ly advanced prices to a figure that is un dollars’ worth of fine fir and cedar are I can be found at the grocery store.
Cleveland, , K/IIIU,
J. J. C ollard .
consumed and unless we have rain soon
in the Scientific American Architect and
the phenomenal 3-vear-ohl trotter “Ax- lle returned, and 4 lvde Ap;>erso.n, the Builder, which is published on the first cleverly filled. Quite a number came in reasonable, and which the quality of the there is no telling where it will end.—
What is Castoria?
tell” went a mile to beat his record of clerk, took no notice of what he was doing of each month at the office of the Sci«n-
delightful than it has been to-day. ple of moderate means cannot afford to Vernonia Corr. Hillsboro Independent.
2:15'2, with running mate in 2:14'4. It' 4 fcw |lours after that it seems, he went tific Ainerican, 361 Broadway. Subscrip more
Castoria is Dr Samuel Pitcher's prescrip
Work on the jetties is progressing fair purchase, and this fact prevents wealthy
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
is confidently expected that lie will trot ■ .
, . , .
tion for infants and children. It contains
price, $2.50 a year, twel ve numbers. ly well. There is an immense amount of people from buying for the purpose of
Just In Time.
in 2:12 before the reason isover in which lnto the storc ol A L APPcrson “,,d Pl tion
opium, morphine, nor other nar California, so laxative and nutritious,
Single copies, 25 cents. Back volumes work yet to do, but there is no hurry; it speculation. The price that is asked for
with the medicinal virtues of plants
ease he will lie retired from the turf and chased a few articles, and stating that he of 6 numbers in flexible covers in imita
Tuesday as Frank Olsen was driving to cotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
land in Oregon is reasonable, and in some town with a load ot grain be discovered for paregoric, drops, soothing syrups, and
known to be most beneficial to the
be emploved hereafter in the stud. On
n°l **le change, tendered a check on tion of Turkey Morocco, $2.50. Subscrip- is government business.
human system, forming the ONLY PER-
the same'day the somewhat erratic geld-
McMinnville National Bank for $22.25 I tions received and volumes sold by all
Otter rock in a three seated hack, drawn attracts immigration, and will continue a fire in the rear of the house occupied is thirty years’ use by millions of mothers.
FECT REMEDY to act gentlr yet
ing Guy trotted to beat his own time in signed by John J Henderson, in pay- newsdealers.
Castoria destroys worms and allays fever promptly
2 riO^, which is getting dangerously close ment. Mr. Appeison was called and the
ishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour
to Jav-Eye-See’s record, and but two man said that he hail been working for
was burning in an ash box sitting near curd, cures diarrhoea and wind colic (’as-
ple make here. We saw two gentlemen and demand outrageously high prices for
Mr. Henderson and had been paid eft’
toria relieves teething troubles, cures c«n
seconds behind Maud S.
About one third of the books from the come down the beach near the jetty, and their lands. This we do not believe to the house and the flames were just reach
and flatulency Castoria assimi
-AND TO —
k There has been a wonderful discovery L. with the check. The check was taken Kinney estate, have been received. A when near the point, one said to the be the case in this stste, although land ing the building. He jumped from his stipation
lates tne food, regulates the stomach and
made in Latham county, Idaho. At an anil the balance paid in coin. In a short
other, with a triumphant flourish of his will continue to increase in value, for in
from the bouse and put the fire’out. Castoria is tiie children’s panacea — the
elevation of two thousand feet above sea time Clyde Apperson appeared in the box containing about two hundred vol hand, “that’s the ocean.” His friend many
— SO THAT —
cases it is actually worth double away
and the check was shown him. He umes came last week. The rest are ex
He was just in time, Five minutes later mother’s friend.
level on the homestead of George Walk store
seemed pleased with the information.
er, attention was attracted by a cold cur-
F. S. H.
Oregon ofiers inducements that are
Machinery for Kale.
, rent of air rushing from the earth’s sur at that hank and that the check was i that they are books of very great value.
within the reach of every industrious per been destroyed.
face. Beneath a moss bed, three or four from a pad in the bank. Ho described
HEALTH and STRENGTH
son. Homes can be provided for thous
the man who had used writing material, Among them we notice the histories of
Proposal For Bids.
inches deep, investigation disclosed an and
and IK)iler on skids, and a large site en Naturally follow. Every one it using it
the descriptions were alike. Search i Macauley, Motlev, Green, Hildreth, the I C hrisman .—On Sunday, August 18,1889, ands more.— Albany Herald,
ice vein four inches thick. Further in
and all are delighted with it. Aik your
Bids will be received for digging ditch gine lathe for iron work, ail in first < I m *
of Carlyle, Coleridge, McCosh,
Mrs. M. E. Chrisman, wife of Win, Me
vestigation disclosed alternate layers of was instituted and the man found. He works
The Fruit Industry.
es. 3 feet deep in the town of McMinnville order, will be sold cheap. For particu druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Mana,
Chrisman, died from tumor, aged 52
ice and gravel. The discovery is puz- returned the money except about 80 cents Marsh, Mornsen ; English Men of Letters,
fact ured only by the
for water pipes eight inches in diameter lars call at this office, or address A. J.
decamped. The marshal v.as in eleven volumes; Epochs of Modern His-
years. The funeral was held Wed
‘ sling to the people in that neighborhood, and
Monday afternoon we inspected the
Smith, Carlton, Oregon.
nesday from the Christian church and fruit orchard owned by Mr. C. Braly of and under. Address:
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0„
and many think it is the remains of what formed of the occurrence, and he started tory, eleven volumes; many choice bio
J. B. P itchford ,
after the gentleman, who by this time graphies and volumes of essays. These
was largely attended.
S as F iahciko , C al .
was once large glaciers.
Care John Barrett & Co.,
was going out of town lor his health. He : volumes are all standard works, and will I
this city. It demonstrates that a fruit
Naw Voaa, N. Y.
We hear strange things fiom the deep was caught in a wheat field outside of j lie of very great value to the teachers
orchard well taken care of is a source of
sea, but the strangest one is that of the town and is now in jail awaiting his trial. and students.
steamer Hawkhurst which sailed 2,300 He gave his name as T. I.. Ripke, and
Notice To Lumbermen.
Following is the right of married large income. Cherry trees, five years
in need of a laxative, and if Ibe father or
miles in her last voyage to Brazil with has been working for .1. llelvers during
Klegant New Dining Cars
We the undersigned do hereby forbid mother be costive or bilious the most
women in regard to holding and dispos old, are growing in the orchard, which
bids will be revived at the of
<Jire all the while smouldering in her hold. harvest. A telegram from Albany lias
gratifying results follow its use, so that
brought Mr. Braly $5.00 per tree this
\ Her cargo was oil, tow and tar. The crew been received stating that aman answer will run daily, commencing August 22, ing of property in Oregon: A married year. No other industry presents as all persons from hunting upon our prem it ¡8 the best iarnilv remedy known and fice of the street commissioner up to Hept.
verv naturally wanted to desert the ship ing his description is wanted in that j over the Oregon Railway & Navigation woman may hold real or personal prop much money for the work as the raising ises. Any violation of this notice will be every family should have a bottle.
1st for furnishing the city with rough
Co., Oregon Short Line and Union Pa- erty in her own name and free from the
but the captain in the face of so much place lot forgery.
fruit. When fruit will grow as fine as prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
lumber suitable for cross walks and side
: cific Rv.. between Portland and Missouri control of, or liability for, the debts of of
danger of a most dreadful death kept his
that seen in Mr. Bralv’s orchard it T. M. Stowe,
walks. Bills bv the thousand feet deliv
J. M. Davis,
control over the men and kept them to
ered are desired.
H. L. H eath ,
W. T. Jones,
the ship The ship landed at New York
property must be filed with the county fruit second to none in tne world. It H. Gee,
W. L. Murrv,
-City, July 22. Had they abandoned the
About the middle of September 1 will
clerk. Her husband must join in all would be a good idea for farmers in this Win. Wright,
>r. G-. S. TXTrig-Kt
Gilson S. Ross,
*»bip in mid ocean the probabilities are i hold a sale at my ranch when I will sell Pitcher’s Castoria.
conveyances of her separate property. neighborhood to plant more fruit trees, A. J. Baker,
It Prepared to ilo All Kindt of
few it any would ever have reached I stock, machinery, etc. Look out for the
Children Cry for
She may make a will uninfluenced bv as in a very few years it will all be need- J. Durst,
J. E. High.
Children Cry for her husband.
i ed, and more too.
D. B. Kingerv,
W. L. Gilson.
Geo. W. Burt
A Complete Line of
S chool book £
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,