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THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. C leveland and democracy .
J. N. HENDERSON,
The Celebrated French Cure,
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
The New York World compares Tan
ner and Baum in the following words :
“In selecting Gen. Green B. Raum as !
Tanner’s successor the president has con
sulted safety mainly. Gen. Raum is an '
old-fashioned jiolitician of rustic respect-
bility,eminently proper demeanor and no
very aggressive ideas of right and wrong
except so far as party lines are supposed
by such men to separate the sheep and
their innocent gambols from the goats and
their gross improprieties of conduct.
He is the opposite of Tanner in most
respects. Tanner talks greatly loo much,
Gen. Raum talks yery little and rarely
says anything when he does. Tanner
“celebrates” himself: Gen. Raum court
eously hits his hat to his superiors. Tan
ner has ideas and is prepared to fight for
them; Gen. Raum is not afflicted with
any form of aggressive cerebral activity,
Tanner represents the fixed conviction of
the rank and file that they know greatly
more than their commanders: Gen.
Raum was a model subordinate in war,
anil during his long service as Internal
revenue commissioner under three ad
ministrations lie avoided all offense as
successfully as any Vicar of Bray.
Gen. Raum will bring quietude at any
rate to the pension office. He will take
orders from his official superiorsand obey
them. He will serve his party with the
faithful zeal of the old-time politician
who was never troubled with any thought
that there might sometime be a shade of
difference between blind partisanship
and exalted patriotism.
“The appointment is not at all a good
one but a worse might have been made—
by the present administration. The best
tiring about it is that it completes Tan
A remarkably frank disclosure of opin
ion is now made by the Chicago Herald,
a newspaper which many of our readers
know as one of the strongest and ablest
One Copy, per year, inadvance................$2 00
Or.e Cepy, six month, in advac«............. I 00 supporters of Mr. Cleveland’s policy
during the term of his administration.
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville An editorial article on the past and fu
Oregon, as second-class matter.
ture of democracy that appeared in the
T he advertising R ates or T he T ei . e - Herald of Saturday last is worth repro
riioNE-REcisTER are liberal, taking in ducing here in full:
consideration the circulation. Single
The Herald believes a feeling is grow
inch. 21.00; each subsequent inch, $.75.
Special inducements for yearly or semi- ing in the minds of Western democrats
that the defeat ot Grover Cleveland was
due to causes, aside from the lavish use
A ll C ommunications M ust B e S igned B y of republican and monopoly money,
the person who sends them, not for pub which might have been removed; that
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good now, when there is an opportunity to
faitn. No publications will be published examine the record and when all occa
sion for self-deception lias passed, it is
unless so signed.
reasonably clear to most democrats
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Jon W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted that, notwithstanding the integrity, the
at reasonable rates Our facilities are high purpose and the excellent tone of
the best in Yamhill county and as good the Cleveland administration, there was
as any in the state A complete steam a fatal weakness about it, and that, even
plant insures quick work.
if success had been achieved last fall,
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither tor the second term of Mr. Cleveland would
the editorial or business departments, to > have failed as signally as did the first in
T he T elephone -R egister , McMinnville, reaching the lofty ideal upon which the
numerically triumphant democracy had
* * *
fixed its eyes.
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis
What that weakness was it is well for
ter will lie mailed to any person in the
United States or Europe, who desires one, all men to know, because it is none too
soon to begin the work of reuniting, re
free of charge
inspiring and reinvigorating the magni
* » *
W e I nvite Y ou T o C ompare T he T ele ficent political organizatinn which lias
phone -R egister with any other paper been temporarily disrupted by an unex
published in Yamhill county.
pected and undeserved defeat.
The words of a distinguished Wiscon
All subscribers who do not receive their sin democrat which appear in the Herald
paper regularly will confer a faror by im to-day are true. In the administration
mediately reporting the same to this office. of Grover Cleveland there was too much
Cleveland and too little democracy.
There was too much aristocracy and too
Friday, November 1, 1889.
little democracy. There was too much
of a disposition to consult the wishes of
republicans and ignore the wishes of
There was not a democratic vote cast democrats. There were too many apol
too much humility, too much sen
in Roslyn precinct, Washington, where
the Northern Pacific coal company’s min sitiveness to mugwump criticism, too
many ante-chamters, too many lackeys
ers are voted like sheep.
and too many card bearers. It hon
It is rumored that D. B. Kingery in
ored and it discredited democrats at one
Rob. Hendricks of the Statesman, has and the same time. It called into places tends to resign his office, that of commis
been indicted by the grand jury of Mar of great conspicuity some of the foremost sioner, in time to come before the repub
ion county for publishing an advertise donkeys of the age. It left in retirement lican county convention as a candidate
the heroes of a party which, even in de
ment for the Louisiana lottery.
feat, never faltered in its devotion to for county judge. This report reminds
principle, and which, in victory, de us of a circumstance which occured at
Already the wires are being laid by the served from its own creatures something
his election when Mr. Brutscher and
republican desirers of office. Nearly all better than derision and neglect.
himself drew straws to see who should
of them have an ambition and there is a
would like to impress upon the demo hold over. Mr. Kingery, as luck would
prospect of a lively row in their camp.
crats in the West. They must also be have it got the long straw and was the
impressed upon all democratic leaders,
The latest campaign rnmer is that Jno. present and prospective. To the extent hold over. When outside the old court
J. Spencer is a candidate for county that an aspirant for sucii honors as the house immediately after the straw-pul
party has to confer, can ap ling match lie called a prominent repub
judge. Kingery vs Spencer and Spencer democratic
preciate and profit by the mistakes of
vs Kingery would make a very neat fight Mr. Cleveland, to that extent he will fit lican of tlie county outside and remarked
himself for leadership. This paper was “Gosh ding the luck! that long straw
before the convention.
among Mr. Cleveland’s most ardent sup jist beats me out of the chance ter be
If the present commissioners would porters, and it is not now questioning county judge at the next ’lection.” It
bis integrity or his general fitness for
build a privy to the court house they places of trust, but it is not blind to the appears however, that after two years
could point to it during the county elec defects in a character which lacked only hard thought Mr. Kingery has found a
tion and say: “Look at the monument a few things in greatness. If Mr. Cleve way to overcome the result of pulling the
land is to hope for a renewal of democrat long straw.
we have erected for ourselves.”
ic confidence and support there must be
some evidence that they will not be
Every person in Yamhill county abused and betrayed.
should take the T elephone -R egister .
The distinguished Wisconsin democrat
It is strictly local, contains the best of whom tlie above paper mentions without
O-. S. -^Trig-lxt
selected miscellaneous reading matter, giving his name is not less outspoken
Is Prepared to do All Kinds of
and is always to the front, containing all than the newspaper itself. He reports
that Mr. Cleveland “has no great
strength with the democracy of Wiscon
Windom has made a decision admit
sin,” and adds that the whole period of
ting all Chinese with a ticket, to an At
the Cleveland administration seems to
lantic seaport. This is the way the Chi
By virtue and authority of an execution
most of the democrats of tlie state like a and an order of sale duly issued out of the
nese question has been settled under
dream. As he expresses it, “a common circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
Harrison’s administration. If the Chi
Yamhill county, on the 17th day of Octo
remark among them that the tour years ber.
A. I).. 1889, upon a decree of foreclos
nese would land in numerous numbers
from March, 1885, until March, 1889, ure duly rendered, enrolled and docketed
in the East, the people who are in favor
covered a period of mugwumpism rather in the clerk"office in said county on the
24th day of September, A. D , 1889, in favor
of admitting them will soon see the ques
than an olympiad of democracy.” Tlie of John Aspinwall, plaintiff, vs George L.
tion in a Western light.
result in Wisconsin was that, while the W. Burton. Elenor Burton, J E. Bona, de
fendants, for the sum of ($1,200) twelve
state had been rather boastfully claimed hundred dollars, U. 8. gold coin, with in
The Failing fund which has not been
by Mr. Cleveland’s immediate friends as terest thereon from December 1st, 1887. at
realized on by the McMinnville Baptist
the rate of ten per cent per annum, and the
college as yet, has been completed, likely to east its electoral vote for the further sum of $50, attorneys’ fees, and the
democratic ticket, the republican major costs and disbursements of this suit taxed
amounting to $15,000. Tins will give the
$23 50, an I accruing costs, I did on the
ity there was greatly increased. This is at
21st day of October, A. I>., 1889, (as by law
college a steady yearly income of $1200.
strictly true, Harrison’s majority over provided) du y seize and levy upon the fol
This is the greatest help which the col
Cleveland in Wisconsin in 1888 was al lowing described real premises, described
lege lias received, and will establish it
in said decree and order of sale, to-wit:
most exactly 50 per cent greater than
All of the right, title and interest of the
on a self-sustaining basis. The college
Blaine’s majority over Cleveland in 1884. said defendants, George L. W. Burton and
de-erves success and we hope that its fu
Elenor Burton, being an undivided one-
It will be observed that the opinion of sixth interest (1-6) interest in and to that
ture will see less of the mishaps of the
the Chicago Herald, like that of the dis certain parcel of land and real property in
Yamhill county, state of Oregon, to-wit:
tinguished Wisconsin democrat, whose The
Alfred Job donation land claim, being
designated as Claim No. 51, and parts of
The Chicago Tribune, the leading re views it publishes, is based on considera sections
.33 and 34, in township 2 south,
publican paper of that city, says: “It is tions wholly apart from the tariff ques range 4 west of the Willamette meridian,
and Claim No. 78. being parts of sections 3
an insult to common sense to affirm that
and 4. township .3 south of range 4 west of
the tariff enhances the prices of wheat, land with regard to the tariff. The criti the Willamette meridian Saving and ex
cepting from said donation land claim four
corn, oats, cattle, hogs, horses or mules,
parcels of land, described as follows, to-wit:
poultry, batter, cheese, milk, hay, fruits qualities only. “There was too much First parcel containing23 10 acres conveyed
or vegetables, cotton or tobacco leaf. Cleveland and too little democracy,” says to Larkin Fouts by Alfred Job by deed re
at page 230 of book “B” of Records
The price of the farmer’s produce is fixed the Herald comprehensively. The Wis corded
of Deeds of said Yamhill county. Second
by the foreign maikets, and the price of consin democrat amplifies the same idea parcel—Three acres, more or less, con
nearly everything the farmer buys is de and exhibits in detail the personal char veyed to the North Yamhill Educational
Company by Iced recorded at page 612 of
termined by the tariff and its incidents, acteristics which wrought disaster when book “JI’’ of Records of said county.
Third parcel—232.200 square feet conveyed
¡t is an ugly truth but it cannot be wiped
house promised victory, and which by G L. W. Burton and wife to Margaret
A . E Burton by deed recorded at page 372
wrecked democratic hopes in smooth wa of
book “Y” »f Records of Deeds of said
Fourth parcel—12)^ acres con
The Washington returns have been
veyed to F. Hauswirth by Margaret W.
“It is not necessary for me to describe Burton et al by deed recorded at page 311,
canvassed and show a republican majori
ty of about 9000. There were 40,152 votes the disappointment which Cleveland’s book “Y” of Records of Deeds of said
stolidity caused these powerful elements county All of the above described real
cast for the constitution, 11870 against; in the party. He had no soul. He was property being situated in Yamhill county,
19,54(1 for prohibition, 41,348 against ; 16- without sentiment. He waB ignorant of Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execu
527 for woman suffrage, 34,613 against. the democracy’s aspirations. He evi tion
and order of sale, on Saturday, the
For the capital. Olympia received 25,490,
with which his party clung to its old-time 23d DAY OF NOVEMBER, A D., 1889,
North Yakima, 14,718, Ellensburg,12,833 leaders. He certainly could have no ap at the hour of o’clock, n. m , at the court
acattering, 10448. Olympia having re preciation of tlie devotion to principle house door in McMinnville, in said county
and state, I will sell at public auction the
ceived the highest number will remain which actuated that magnificent organi I above described real premises of defendants
the temporary capital till the next elec zation during tlie twenty-five years of its to the highest bidder for cash in hand to
exile from power. He was timid when
said decree, costs and accruing
tion, when with North Yakima and El he should have been bold; he was harsh satisfy
lensburg, the two next highest, another when he should have been kind. He
Dated this 21st dav of October, A. D. I
quailed before the eye of a mugwump; 1889.
contest will be made.
T J HARRIS,
he was first of all to cast obloquy upon a (Oct 2.5:42 Sher IF of Yamhill
County. Or. |
democrat. He feared the republicans;
A dispatch of 19th inst, from F.ismark, he was guided by their criticisms. He
Dak., says: “A prairie fire several miles never once yielded to democratic entrea
fffa have the Exclusive Contrôlât
in width is riging within a few miles of ty or clamor. That is where he failed. :
Bismark. A large number of farms are i llis administration was not a democratic
in a jiolitical sense. I do
already destroyed and all efforts to stop . I administration
not think he can ever again be made tlie
the flames have proved unavailing. The Reader of his party. If he is ashamed of
village of Menoken is wiped out entirely 1 it, then it must lie ashamed of him.”
and Bismark is enveloped in smoke and
The Chicago Herald sees very plainly i
now what the trouble was in 1888. It'
Between failure of croi»s, droughts, per ceives, likewise that if Mr. Cleveland
floods, heavy snows, cold weather, hail had been elected again by another polit
storms, and prairie fires, the people of ical accident bis second term would have
Dakota have a bard time to live. Come proved to the democracy as great a dis
to Oregon where none of the above men appointment as the first term is now can-1
tioned calamities can ever reach you.
didly admitted to have been. The weak
ness was not in tlie democracy or in the
IS IIE SAFE?
democracy’s position on the battle- I
Anu don't have to offer a prize to tell this
It began and ended witli those
The article in another ooluinn credited
Goods, for its the BEST MADE. Euery Can holds
to the New York Sun contains a remark defects of personal character which are
ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
able article from the columns of the Chi now so faithfully portrayed witli a friend
cago Herald. The criticisms of the Sun ly hand. The success of the democratic
can be taken with a grain of allowance, party in the future depends ujion its abil
MC. MINNVILLE, ORE.
for since the Tiiden campaign of thirteen ity to understand and profit by tlie ex-
years ago its editorial utterances have i ample of the past four years. The lead
not been strictly of the democratic order, er who is to lead our magnificent organi
but on tlie other hand the Chicago Her zation to victory must be a man with wt7Xed ‘APHRODITINE"
ald is a true democratic paper, and was qualities opposite to those of Mr. Cleve
Is S old on a
during the political life of Cleveland an land. He must be every inch a demo
able and true supporter of him, Its opin crat.
to cure any
form of nervous
The conclusions of the great Chicago
ion now is one that should be looked at;
disease, or any
it is made in good faith and in a friendly I paper are irresistible, and they were
disorder of the
spirit. It is simply a question as to j reached long ago by other and equally
gans of either
sex whether ar
whether or no Grover Cleveland is the
man to lead the democratic forces to vic democratic cause They derive addition excessive use of stimulants, Tobacco or Opium,
through youthful ludiscretiou, over indulr
tory in ’92. Giving Mr. Cleveland all al force, however, from the fact that this or
eucc, Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power. Wakefur
the honor and praise deserved by an ad vigorous presentation of generally recog- ness. Bearing down Pains in the Back, Seminal
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
ministration which lias given satisfaction i nized facts comes from a newspaper al Emissions. Ix‘t:corrh<ea, Dizziness, Weak Mem
ory, Loss of Power and Impotence, which if ne
to the majority of the people and to his
glected often lead to premature old age and insan
ity. Price 11.00 a box. 6 boxes lor $5.00 Sent by
political enemies, lias his administration I Mr. Cleveland to the end ot his political mail
on receipt ot price.
impressed the people with the idea that ' career and which has been practically A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every »5.00
to refund the money if a Permanent
he is a true exponent of democratic prin numbered among his most ardent sup cure is not effected. Thousands ot testimonial»
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
ciple? Is he a safe man ? Can the lead porters. The above paper has rendered cured
by A i - hboditine Circular free. Address
ership of a great party, a party whose the democratic party a service which no
THE AFHRO MEDICINE CO.
principle is the foundation of all free gov Cleveland paper, of the East or of the
ernment and the rights of man, l>e en West, was better qualified to perform.— Sold by Rogers Bros . sole agents fo- Mc
New York Sun.
trusted to him ?
HARDING L HEATH, Publishers.
Sfiutlicrn Pacific Company's Lincs,
THE lorn SHUT I MITE!
and San Francisco,
California Express Train» Run Daily
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN.
for Infants and Children
4.00 p ni eon Francisco 7.45 pm
San Fran. 7 KB p m Portland
“ “; pm
Ixx al Passenger Daily, except Sunday
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
For accommodation of Second ( las. Pa«-
sengere attached to express train«.
The 8 P. Company's Ferry makes con
nection With all the regular trains on th«
East Side Division from foot of F street
LARGEST AND FINEST
For Men, Women and Children,
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
Happiness is the Cure All !
To be Happy you should see that Immense Stock of Fine Table
Six Pair Men’s Wool Socks
for $1, worth 25 cts. each.
Fine Line of Hats and
Caps for Winter Wear.
In order to give our many cus
tomers the benefit of Low Prices
we have placed a line of Men's
and Youth’s Overcoats and Suits,
ranging in size from 33 to 40 on
our center counier at Cost to
Close Them Out.
A. J. APPERSON.
Knives and Forks from 75 cents per set, up.
Pocket Cutlery at low prices. Our stock of
A Specially Fine Line in
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ranges,;
Etc. cannot be Excelled in Quality or Price.
Boot & Shoe Dealer,
No Goods Misrepresented as to
Now is Your Chance !
Invest your money in
The Stagg’s Farm of 120 acres,
has been divided up into
It is situated
opposite the Yam
hill county fair
ground and is a
either for resi
gardening or fruit
ranches, and is
milö of this city.
High and dry with
spring water. This
property will be
sold in tracts to
suit the purchas
er on from $100
to $150 per acre.
This property is
fast being pur
chased. Stir your
selves and buy
For further particulars call on
or address Wm. Galloway, E. E.
Goucher, James Agee, McMinnville.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed lien holder of anil upon the herein
after described personal property of tlie Mc
Minnville Library Association will duly
sell at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash in hand on
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12th, 1889,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a in of «aid day
at the office of S. F Harding, J 1’ , in Mc
Minnville, Yamhill county. Oregon, thesaid
personal property, described as follows,
One book case, twenty-eight volumes of
the Congressional Record, eight volumes of
Wesley’s Works, three volumes of "Dick’s
Works, Histories of the Civil War, and
Lives of all the Great Men of America, and
some hundred volumes of other History
and Miscellaneous Matter
Said sale is made to collect the sum of
$53,75 due for keeping and storing said
goods and for care and attention bestowed
thereon by the undersigned, tendered at
the request of said Library Association, the
lawful owner thereof.
Dated October 15th, 4889.
8. F. HARDING, Keeper.
In our shop we make everything that can be made from Tin, Sheet
Iron and Galvanized Iron, from a Tin Cup to the most
Elaborate and Expensive Galvanized Iron Cornice
Garry's Patent Steel Roofing
O. O. HODSON,
To F.nat Bound Pasucngtri.
Be caeful and do not make a mistake
but be sure to take the
Third and C Sts., McMinnville.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
We Will Guarantee
And see that your ticket, read via
THIS LINE, St l’aul or Minneapolis, to
avoid changes and serious delsvi occa
sioned by other routes.
Throngli Emigrant Sleeping Car. run
on regular express trains full length of
the line. Berths free. Lowest rate..
Our Stock co
of All Kinds of Rubber Goods—
COATS. BOOTS, OVERSHOES.
We have a few of the durable oil tanned
leather hunting coats. Sportsmen
should call and see them.
Our Oil Goods are of the Best, and the Stock is Large
In Rough and Ready Overcoats, we can suit anyone
in size, price and quality. Call and see them.
KAY &, TODD.
TO THE FARMERS.
We desire to announce to the farmers of Yam
hill county that we have opened up a complete
line of Agricultural Implements and Farm .Ma
By virtue and authority of an execution
and an order of sale duly issued out of the
circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
RESULT OF A PLOW TEST.
Yamhill county, on the 15th day of October,
1889, upon a decree of foreclosure duly ren
dered, enrolled and docketed in the clerk's
M c M innmli . e . O r ., October 9. 1W9
office in said county, on the 24th day of
Messrs. J G Ballinger. <t Co.. Implement Dealers Me-
September, A. D., 1889, in favor of the Dun
dee Mortgage and Trust Investment Com
G entlkmen :--In accordance with onr agreement with
pany. plaintifl's. vs George Shepherd. Mary
you and with Martin A Sanders, we have made, on our farm
A. Shepherd, Fred Flory and Sherman
near McMinnville, a thorough test of vour “Flying Dntch-
Hatch, defendants, for the sum of $736 25,
l?a," R'ffing Gang Plow, and the "Canton Clipper'' Tricvle
gold coin, with interest thereon from Sep
Plow, sold by Martin <t Sanders of tlii- itv
tember 24th, 1889, at 8 per cent per annum,
We consider the “Flying Dutchman'’ to la- the la-tler
and the sum of $58 35. with interest thereon
the fo lowing reasons, viz.. (1 runs lighter
from September 24th, 1889, at 10 per cent
does better work; (3) has better rolling cutters: ( 4; is more
per annum; the sum of $14 and interest
thereon from September 24th, 1889, at 8 per
more durable. Yours truly,
cent per annum, and tlie sum of $100, at
Signco J R .1' H olman .
torneys’ fees, and the costs and disburse^
J. E E H olman
( I .1.
ments taxed at $50 75, and to me duly di
rected and delivered, I did on the 16th
day of October. A D., 1889, (as bv law pro
Stop in and see us whether you wish to
vided ) duly seize and levy upon tlie follow
ing described real premises, de»cribed in
trade or not. We want to get acquainted with
said decree and order of sale, to-wit:
J. G. BALLINGER A- CO
Beginning at a point twenty-three ( 23)
chains and ninety-two (92 j links south nine
degrees thirty minutes (9 degrees 30 min
utes) west of the most northwesteily corner
of Samuel Shepherd's land, County Survey
“No 57 C,” recorded May 14,1883, Yam ■71^
hill county, in township three (3) south of
range (4) west of the M illamette meridian,
Oregon, at which point a stone monument. Second Door from Livery Stable, in Elsia Wright s Building,
7x10x10 inches, marked “C S 57 C,” from
corner Third and F Streets. McMinnville, Oregon.
which an oak four (4) inches in diameur
bears north eightv-three (83) degrees west
nine(9) links, and marked "C 8 57 C B T,”
and an oak four (4) inches in diameter
bears south thirty-six degrees (36) west five
(5) links, marked “C 8 57 B T,” running
thence east sixteen (16) chains and fifteen
(Jj) links to set stone, 7x9x14, marked “C
S 57 C.” on east boundary of said Shep
herd’s land. from which an oak seven (i)
inches in diame er, bears south sixth-three
J. H. HENDERSON, PROP
(63) degrees east twenty (20) links distant,
and an oak. four (4) inches in diameter,
write this ad. to let you know that we
bears nortli sixty-two degrees (62) east
nineteen (19) links; thence north eight (8) are in the Grocery Business at
chains; thence east twenty-six (26) chains
and fifteen (15) links to a stone; thence
north five degrees forty-five minutes (5 de
grees 45 minutes) east fifteen chains (15) If you keep your eye on this column you
and eighty (80; links; thence west forty
will find m due time something to yoiir
(40) chains; thence south nine degrees and
thirty minutes (9 degrees 30 minutes) west
J H. HENDERSON
twenty-three (23) chains and ninety-two
(92) links to the place of beginning: con
taining seventy-five acres and seventy-six
hundredths of an acre (75 76) and situated
It is positively the shortest and fin »t
in the county of Yamhill and the state of
line to < hicago and the east and south and
the only sleeping an<l dining car through
Now. therefore, by virtue of said execu
tion and order of sale, on Saturday, the
23d DAY OF NOVEMBER. AD, 1889,
Omaha, Kan«*« City, and all Missouri
at the hour of 11 o’clock a. ni , at the court
house door in McMinnville, in said county
c M innville , O regon .
and state, I will sell at public auction the
It* luagnificent *teel track, unsurpassed
above descrilied real premises of defend
train service and elegant dining and
ants to the highest bidder for cash in hand, Graining,
sleeping earn has honestly earned for it the
to satisfy said decree, costs and accruing
Paper Hanging and
Dated this 18th dav of October, A D .
T. J. HARRIS,
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Or.
Prompt Attention to Orders from Ot ber* may imi tate, but none can nurpass it
Our motto is "alwavs on lime "
1 Complete Grocery !
J.J. COLLARD’S OLD STAND.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
tiap « fcl ä Mray,
The Iìoyal Iloute
Of Amity, and are now ready to
The business will be conducted with the
intention of pleasing everyone, and we ask
a continuance of the public patronape.
Cascade Division’ now completed,
making it the Shortest, Best’
The Dining Car line. The Direct Route.
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Low
est Rates to Chicago and all
Is acknowledged to be the Best in the World. Three Car Loads Sold
points East. Tickets sold
and Put on This Season. HODSON is Sole Agent for Oregon and Wash
to all Prominent Points
throughout the East and Southeast.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
Before placing your order for anything in the above lines, give us a call.
Reservations can be secured in advance.
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter
Have been purchased by
Fl rat St., <’« r
I filò FÄr tnatthe NewHpaix-r A lv^r
Uslntf Agency of
N. W. AY HR A SON. vur MUihwrUwd
Ite mire and ask ticket agente for ticket»
via th .« celebrateti ronte and tabe none
W H MEAI», <1 A
No. 4 \\ ««hington »treet, Poitland. Or
Of the Company, No, IVI
Wahing-ton, Fortnnd, Or.
Aast General Passenger Agent.
Of all Kinds—GOOD QUALITY—Cheaper
than any house in the City.
Portland . 7:30 a iu McMinn'
10:13 a m Corralli*
12 25’p ru
1 :30 p in McMinn' . .3:44 p iu
3:25 p m Portland . C
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Pacific
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
Portland. 4:50 pm
5:45 a in
9:00 a m
Through ticket, to all point. South and
East via California
Ticket offices. No 134. corner Firat and
Alder streets. Portland. Oregon; corner
Front and F streets. Portland
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst. O F. A P Agt
Sale of Personal Property on
and Pocket Cutlery Just Received at
2 40 p ill
3:45 p lu
Pillau Buffet Sleepers
s .05 a m | Eugene.
9:00 a ni | Portland ..
O regon R ailway
N avigation C o .
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE
Trains for the East leave Portland at 7:46
a. iu, and 0:30 p. iu
I TIPIIFTQ *• •"* ,ro" principal Ml"»« I" »M
I ILriC I d
United State,. Canada and Ear«..
Elegant IKew Dining Can.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cara,
New Family Sleepers, run through
on Express Trains from Portland to
AND KANSAS CITY
FREE OF CHARGE ami > WITHOUT CHANGE
Close connection« at Portland for San Fra»,
tiaco nnd Puget Sc„nd points.
A 1 Iron steam.hips leave Portland and Has
Fiancinao every four (4) days, mak
ing the trip in «0 honra.
$l<; 00 I Htesrage........... $ 8 W
I l.ompl Trip-unlimited............................... 30 06
For further particular« inquire of any agent
of the Company or
A. L. MAXWELL.
S. P. A V. A.
C. I. SMITH.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANYS STEAMSHIP UNE.
225 Miles Shorter—20 hours les«
time than by any other route.
•B'First class through pa.aeng.r and freight
line from Portland and all pointa in th« Wil
lamette valley to and from Fan Francisco.
Time Schedule (except Sundays).
L*avc Albany .1:30 pm Leave Yeqnina 6:43 a»
I«eave Corvallis 1:40 pin l^aveCorvallialO:85 sb
Arrive Yaqoina5:30 pin Arrive Albany 11 ;10 ik
O. At C trains connectât Albany and Cor-
The above trains connect at Y aquima with
the Oregon I>evelopenient Co’s. Line of Bleam-
ships between Yaquina and Ran Franctoco.
FROM Y. AQUINA
Wednesday, Oct 23rd
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Willamette Valley, Monda y
The company reserve« tin right to change
•ailing dates without notice.
N. It.—Passengers from Portland and all Wg-
amette Valley Pointe can make close coanec
tion with the trains of the Yaquisa ltorTB «1
Albany or Corvallis, and if destined to (tea
Fran< i«co. should arrange to arrive at Yaqoina
the evening before date of sailing.
Remcmlrer the Oregon Pacific popular
summer excursions to Yaquina. Low rate
tickets are now on sale, good every Wednes
day and Saturday from Albany, Corvallis
Passenger and freight rates always th« low
est For inidimat’ m. apply to Metars. HL'L-
Freight and Ticket Agent*. 200
and 202 Front street, Portland, Oregon; or to
C. C. HOGUE.
Acting Gen l. Frt. A Pa«a. Agt . Oregoa PaciBe
R. R. Co., Corval’te Oregon.
C. H. HASWELL, Jr.,
I’en 1. Frt. A Pa««. Agt.. Oregon Development
Co . Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal!
on advertising space when in Chicago, will find it on tie al
th« Adver hsir.g Agency of
LORD I TRONAS.