The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, January 02, 1890, Image 2

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    RUSSIAN EMANCIPATION.
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
|
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
Special Display
OF LARGEST
AND FINEST
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
VIA
on
After a trial of a quarter of a century ' The text that has this week been pMU* j
the emancipation act is now acknowl- i lisned of the agreement between the go*.
Mil hem hriSr l onipiiiiii's Lines,
wXVikVKW»SSV»'-'- ■
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-X
I edged to have utterly failed, says a ernment cf Nicaragua and the Marit: me
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SUBSCRIPTION RZ1TE8.
j writer in the Nineteenth Century. The Canal company of Nicaragua by which
THF MVT SBASTI ROI TH
$2 00 reports of Russian officials, of statistical are settled the difficulties ar>-’,Dg from
Oae Copy, per year, inadvance..........
Time Between
Ono Copy, six months in ad vac»....
1 00 professors at Moscow, such as Jansen the company having thony’ ^ jt neces.
Portland and San Francisco.
sarv to secure a concessi',n (‘ora the re_
«
.
.
...
.
~
...
and
the
nihilists
with
Stepinak
at
their
Entered at the poetoffice at McMinnville
.
39 HOURS!
Oregon, as second-class matter.
I head, all alike agree that the misery of public of Costa Bica, a view of the mal.
----------------—----------------------------- the rural class is greater than even in ter which was rese atcj
Nicaragua as
California Exprès» Train« Run Daily
i BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN­
T he advertising R ates or T he T ele - the days of serfdom; cultivation is at tending to imKair its lights and as in­
P hone -R egister arc liberal,
in |owest ebb) fbe yield wretched, and
■ . . taking ........
compatible
-,
ith
tbe
(erms
o(
the
Car
.
for
Infants
and
Children
CISCO !
consideration the circulation. Single
inch, 11.00; each subsequent inch. >.75. le.ss than in any other European country. denas-Mo- 10Ca] contract. By the terms
LFAVS
\RR1VK.
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
Each peasant must plow, sow and reap of thi' agreement the canal company
“Cantoria is so well adapted to children that Castoria cures Colic. CoMtipat on,
Portland
4.00 p m San Francisco 7.45 pin
yearly contracts.
Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea, Eructation,
San
Fran.
7
:00
p
nvPortlainl
10.45 pm
[
recommend
i
t
aa
superior
to
any
prescription
as his neighbors do. The three-field asrr.es to adhere strictly to the stipula­
•* * IF
known to me.”
II. A. A rcher . M. D.,
Ixx-al Passenger Daily, except Sunday
A ll C ommunication « M ust B e S igned B y system of corn, green crops, and fallow, tions of that contract in the operation
Hl So. Oxfora St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
the person who semis them, not for pub­
LEAVE.
ARRIVE
Kills Worms, gires sleep, and promote* di­
lication, unless unaccompanied by a "non which was abandoned in all good agri’ of the canal on its completion, and to
Portla .nl. 8:05 a in Eugene.
2:40 p in
gestion.
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good culture long ago, goes on with disastrous regard as null any other engagements
Eugene.
9
:00
a
m|Portland
. 3 45 p m
Without
injurious
medication.
faith. No publications will be published results. As the lots are changed by the
contracted by it that may be incompatible
Piilhiiiiii BnfTet Sleepers
T he C rntatr C ompany . 77 Murray Street. N. Y.
unless so signed.
mir at their pleasure, after every year, with the Cardenas-Mendooal contract, or
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted the temporary owner does not care to
with the rights of Nicaragua, whose ex­
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
Fur accommodation of Second Class Pa»
manure,
etc.,
or
even
to
improve
his
the best in Yamhill county and as good
sengers attached to express train».
clusive sovereignity over the canal and
as any in the state. A complete steam land. Although the rent is sometimes its ports the company recognize and
The 8 P. Company’s Ferry makes eon-
plant insures quick work.
I
neetion with all the regular trains on the
as low as two shillings an acre, the peas­ bind itself to respect. In return the
Ea«t
Side Division from foot of F street
P!
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or ant can not live.
government of Nicaragua revokes the
WEST SIOE DIVISION
the editorial or business departments, to
CO
GO
Agriculture is a business requiring orders prohibiting the formal commence­
T he T elephone -R egister , McMinnville.
Between Portland and Corvallis.
capital, knowledge and sufficient amount ment of the works of construction of the
Oregon.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday
» * »
LEAVE
|
AR1-.IVE
S ample < opizs Or T he T elephose -R egis - of land to enable different crops to be canal, and approves the plans therefor
03
Portland . 7:30 a m McMinn’ 10:13 a in
tek will be mailed to any person in the grown, so that if one fails it does not which have been presented, with the ex­
i McMinn’ 10:13 a m Corvallis . 12:33p m
United State, or Europe, who desires one, mean starvation, for another may suc­
ception of the port on the Atlantic,
Corvallis
1:3»» p m McMinn’
3 :U p 111
free of charge
1 McMinn’
3:44 p m Portland . <> :30 p m
ceed. The Russian peasant has none of which must be constructed on shores
W e I nvite Y ou io C ompare T iie T ei . e - these qualifications. The peasant pro­ and in waters strictly Nicaraguan, and
CD
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
phoxe -R egister with ar.v other paper
trains of Oregon Pacific
CD
prietors can neither pay the money owing guarantees to the company all the rights
O
published in Yamhill county
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
to the government for their land, nor necessary for the construction of the
We will Continue to Sell
CD
LEAAE.
ARRIVE
AH subscribers who do not receive their even the state and communal taxes, and canal in accordance with the Cardenas
Portland. 4:50 pm
8.00 p m
McMinn’ 5:15 am
9:00 a m
paper regularly will confer a favor by im­ are flogged by hundreds for non-payment. Menocal contract, and to the extent of
mediately reporting the same to this office.
Through tickets to all points South and
CD
In one district of Novgorod 1,500 peas- the legal power of the republic— Brad-
East via California
CD
CD
ants were thus condemned in 1887. Five streets.
Ticket offices. No 134. corner Firut and
Thursday, January 2. 1890.
Alder
streets,
Portland, Oregon; corner
hundred and fifty had already been
I
Front and F streets, Portland
From the Brownsville Woolen Mills,
Appearances would indicate that
flogged when the inspector interceded
R KOEHLER,
E. P ROGERS.
France is preparing for another war.
Manager.
Asst. (1 F. A P Agt
Julius A. Stratton of Seattle, Wash, for the remainder.
Certain
prominent
people
in
the
employ
Widespread famine is found over a
formerly of Salem, has seceived his com­
of the French government, says the Bos
mission as prosecuting attorney of the great part of the country. Usurers, the
ton Advertiser, recently wrote to large
•"3
We will also Offer Bargains in
third judicial district from the governor. bane of peasant proprietors in all coun­
brokers in the United States asking for
tries,
are
in
possession
of
the
situation.
He has appointed Hon. W. D. Fenton,
The Koulaks and Jew “mir eaters” sup­ information as to the means for and the
formerly of McMinnville, as deputy.
ply money on mortgage, they foreclose, possibdity of making large shipments of
San Francisco has 164 miles of street and, when the land is in their own pos­ American wheat to that country. They
In General. We will give Immense Bargains in
railways, 54 of which are operated by session, get the work done for nothing as have designated the ports of delivery
and the time to be allowed in making
horses, 85 by cable and 25 by steam interest.
-------VIA TH«——
These “bondage laborers.” as they are »hi pments, but have left the matter of
motors. Her several street railroads
Cascade
Division'
now completed,
represents an investment of $12,000,000, called, are, in fact, slaves, and are nearly price open fo future agreement. This
CD
making it the Shortest, Best*
We
will
be
satisfied
if
you
will
see
our
Goods
and
Prices
before
certainly
would
seem
to
indicate
tha*-
and give direct employment to not less starved, while the small plots are often
and Quickest.
purchasing.
reunited into considerable estates, and France, while not perhaps desiring war,
than 3,000 men.____________
The
Dining
Car
line. Tho Direct Route.
certainly
does
not
intend
to
be
left
in
the
their new owners consider they have
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Low­
lurch in case a war should suddenly
Our delinquent subscribers will please only rights and no duties.
est Rates to Chicago and all
remember that the first of the year is a
Meanwhile, as forced labor is at an arise. A war that should involve Rus­
points East. Tickets sold
sia
and
Germany
and
blockade
the
ports
good time to turn over a new leaf and end. and free labor is of the worst pos-
to all Prominent Points
P. S.—All Parties having Accounts with us would confer a favor by
throughout the East and Southeast
pay up for the paper one year in advance, | sible kind, the old land owners can get of India and send the price of American
settling on or before January 15, 1890.
KAY & TODO.
Through
Pullman Drawing Room Sleep­
also pay np the delinquent subscription. i nothing done. They have tried to em- wheat up with a rush. Then American
ing Cars
It does net seem much to you but over ! ploy machines, bought by borrowing farmers would realize that they had two
Reservations can be secured in advance.
$1200 of delinquent subscriptions is quite | from the banks, and are now unable to competing nations on this continent to
To hut Bound raaeengera.
contend with. Both Canada and the
a big pile for us. Pay np and have a I repay tbe money.
Be caeful and do not make n mistake
clear conscience.
1 The upper class has been ruined, with Argentine are becoming large exporters
but be sure to take the
I no advantage to the peasant. “ The of cereals and breadstuffs.
If Sheridan can ba ve a railroad to the I wasteful culture of the cottier,” Stepniak
Northern Pacific Raiload.
sea so much better for Yamhill county, calls it, “on these small plots is so bad
Bell’s telephone monopoly is confront­
And see that your tickets read via
but, if one road is to be built, and no that the general welfare of the country,” ed with two dangerous enemies. Gray’s
THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to
avoid changes and serious delat e occa­
others, McMinnville will have it, for she says Professor Jansen, “is in danger by telautograph is one of these and Essick’s
sioned by other routes.
is ready to “put up tho stuff” and means the small yield of the soil. In spite of type-writing telegraph the other. The
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
business. McMinnville wishes all the the philantrophic intentions of the late former device transmits writing perfect­
on regular expies« trains full length of
towns in the county success but it must czar, he is believed to have aimed at ly, and properly applied would take the
the line. Berths free. Lowest rates.
Quickest time.
be understood that she intends to hang diminishing the power of the nobles as place of the telephone, having the addi­
on to the big end of the horn.
Genera Office Of the Company, No, 121
much as improving the condition of the tional advantage of greater secrecy. The
Fl rat St., Cor Wahlngton, Portami, Or.
peasants, lie succeeded. The nobles latter device is not so well known. The
The Capital Journal of Salem in an in many districts are ruined, and there system has been in operation between
A D CHARLTON.
article depicting the enthusiasm at the is nothing between the unlimited power I Chicago and New Y’ork for some time,
Asst General Passenger Agent.
McMinnville railroad meeting says;—On ' of the autocrat and his 90,000,000 sub-! using one of the I’o6tal Telegraph com­
the whole, the committee of this city I jects, five-sixth of whom are peasants.
pany’s wires. Its use in short circuits
Soon Lots will be scarce and Command a Higher Price.
feel more than ever encouraged. As in
In order to give our many customers the benefit of
was proven practically some time ago,
addition to the assistance from McMinn­
but kept secret. Robbed of technical? Low Prices we have placed a line of Men's and
TANNER’S ONLY REPORT.
ville, subscription papers are circulating
Price Ranges $50 up. For full particulars apply to
ties, the system is simply one by which Youth's Overcoats and Suits, ranging in size from 33
all over Tillamook county, in the interest
the : investment co ,
J. I. KNIGHT CO..
.
.
-
m
j a tvpe writer at one end of the line is to 40 on our center counter at Cost to Close Them Out.
According to r.x-t ommisstoner Tail-1
. .
..
, ,
.
.
49 Stark St.. Portland, Or.
of the Salem, Astoria and Eastern.
JAS. FLETCHER <fc CO..
...
, ,
1 made to transmit currents of varving in­
F. BARNEKOFF
CO..
The Overland Route.
Real Estate Agents, McMinnville
ner s report, lust issued, there are489,(2o .
, . ,
.
.
..
A. J. APPERSON.
, ,
tensitv which operate a tvpe-writer at
McMinnville Flouring Mills
,
Game is being recklessly slaughtered pensioners, of whom Sol,489 are army , A
■
i-i uno
« .1
«,0.7, ll,e other end.
in British Columbia. Deer are slaught­ invalids, 603 survivors of the war of 1812 J
ered throughout the upper country and and 17065 survivors of the war with |
I
A lawyer’s directory for California has When Baby was sick, we gave her Castor!*,
Trains for the East lenve Portland nt 7:
on Vancouver’s island by the hundred Mexico. Since 1801, 789,112 pensions'
a m. and 9:—p in
just been issued, and it gives the number When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
for the sake of their hides alone, and In­ have been allowed.
TIPkCTC ,0 ln<* ,nm »'inclpal point« In Wit
The amount paid for pensions during' of attorneys for California as 2,276— When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
dians kill them at all times. The papers
I lui\L I O
United State«. Canada and Europe
from four to five times as many as can When she had Children she gave them Castoria
there are calling for a more stringent the last year was $88,275,113.28, an in­
earn
an
honest
living.
The
rest
live
by
Elegut New Dining Cars.
law in order to preserve the game of the crease of $9,499,251.36.
Wc desire to announce to the farmers of Yam­
Ex-Cotnmissioner Tanner is not satis­ their wits as much as any member of the
province. The pot-hunters there, as
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,
criminal class does. They stir up liti­
hill county that wc have opened up a complete
here, are utterly reckless, and need re­ fied with the amount which the govern,
New Colonist Sleepers, run through
gation,
they
conduct
blackmailing
oper
­
line
of
Agricultural
Implements
and
Farm
Ma
­
ment is paying out on this account and
straining by law.
G. R. HIGGINS.
on Express Trains from Portland to
ations, they put up jobs upon property­
chinery.
lie urges more liberality.
North
Yamhill.
-
-
Oregon.
owners,
they
form
the
most
dangerous
There is a blizzardness freshness about
Among other recommendations lie ad'
RESULT OF A PLOW TEST.
life in the Dakotas. At a “trades car­ vises that a widow’s pension, suspended and expensive class of petty politicians, WATCHMAKER
they
float
bogus
enterprises,
they
over
­
nival,” held at Mitchell the other day, a for her immorality, shall be continued to
M c M innville . O r ., October 9, 1889
AND JEWELER.
awe and corrupt weak judges and they
young woman’s gown was decarated her minor children.
Messrs. .1 G Ballinger. <t Co.. Implement Dealers. Mc­
Minnville, Oregon
Cleaning and repairing executed on short
with $8,000 in gold and bills. Eut there
He wants $22 added to the jiension of keep the divorce mill supplied with grist. notice.
G entlemen :—In accordance with our agreement with
was no young Lochinvar present to de­ every one who is now receiving $50 a They are up to all sorts of deviltry. The
you and with Martin Sanders, we have made, on our farm
Reliable Opposition
remedy for this state of things is a higher
camp with the precious young person. month.
near McMinnville, a thorough test of your “Flying Dutch­
Notice of Final Settlement.
FRFF. OF CHARGE AXI> WITHOUT CHANGE
man” Riding Gang Plow, and the ‘‘Canton Clipper” Tricyle
standard for admission to the bar and a
Sermunizers upon extravagance in fe­
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
the
under
­
Riding Plow, sold by Martin A Sanders, of this city
He wants pensions for all dependent stricter code for those who have been ad-
Boot & Shoe Dealer.
male attire are respectively requested to |
We
consider
the*
"Flying
Dutchman
”
to
be
the
better
signed,
John
McCulloch,
administrator
of
persons who have had sons or brothers !
Close connections at Portland for Ssn Fren-
the estate of James McCulloch, deceased,
plow for the following reasons, viz., (1) runs lighter; (2)
provide themselves with fresh illustra I
cisco und Puget Sc..nd points.
does better work; (3) has better rolling cutters; (4) is more
on the pension list, no matter whether
. __ ___
~
has filed his final account of his adminis­
tions from the untamed Northwest.
of said estate in the county court of
easily adjusted to land; (5) stronger, and, in our opinion,
they were dependent on the soldiers or , Here is a characteristic article from tration
Yamhill county, Oregon, and said court
more durable. Yours truly,
A 1 Iron ßteaiu*lnp8 leave Portland and San
not
Dependent
in
TaiRer
’
s
vernacular
!
“
Brick
”
Pomeroy
’
s
Advance
Thought:
FCSITIVEL
’
y
r..
. I R. L H olman ,
has
fixed
January
7,
1889,
at
the
hour
of
10
The New York Herald recently pub­
Frsaemeo every four (4) days, mak
Mgiiert ■ , K H olman
o
’
clock,
a.
m
,
at
the
county
court
room
at
ing the trip in trf) hour*.
| “And now comes the astute supreme McMinnville. Oregon, as the time and
lished dispatches from 19 states showing means poor.
It is probable that if these recoui-1 court of Pennsylvania with a decision place for hearing the same.
that the prospects for the adoption of the
(«bin............
$lb 00 I Steerage.......... 18 00
Therefore, all persons interested in said
Stop in and see us whether you wish to
Australian ballot law are excellent in alt mendations were adopted the pension that marriages on Sunday are null and estate
I Hound Trip— unlimited.....................
3000
are hereby notified and required to
trade or not. We want to get acquainted with
of them. In many instances modifica­ charge would be at least doubled There void, because of the law that contracts appear at said time and place and show
you.
J. G. BALLINGER & CO.
tions are required ; but the disposition to is a change of contract with the pen-1 entered into on Sunday are not binding cause, if any there be. why said estate be
not finally settled and said administrator
F. hlELNI IIMEhER
For further particular« inquire of any agent
regard the new system as a desirable sioncr in nearly every case, while the on either party. If that be so, the con- discharged.
of the Comp»n> or
Dated this 5th dav of December, 1889.
and necessary one is general among the absence of all merit in some of the sug- tract made by a sinner on Sunday to
C.
S. MELLEN.
T‘ *’ LsS. *.
JOHN McCULLOCH,
leading officials. We are glad to »ay gestions is apparent on their face. Mr. j serve God rather than the lower passions I
Administrator of said Estate.
Genl. TraMc Manage,
Partian». Oreg« i
that in most of the states heard from the Tanner’s ingenuity in devising methods , of men is not binding, and tbe converted i F. W. F enton ,
Attorney
for
Estate
(48)
for
scattering
tiie
public
funds
has
been
one
must
hang
around
the
depot
until
democrats take the lead in favor of the
Invest your money in
THE YAQUINA ROUTE
Second Door from Livery Stable, in Elsia Wright's Building,
exercised to the utmost, and he lias been Monday before he can get a ticket that
change.
I
helped by the noble army of pension at- i will be honored by the conductor. _.c-
corner Third and F Streets. McMinnville, Oregon.
ÍÍ
A St. Paul newspaper prints a review torneys who, according to tbe report be- ■ cording to this decision children projected
of the growth and business of that city poit before us, drew last year from the ■ on Sunday have no constitutional footing wtTcuur'eed ‘APHRODITINE"
Is S old on a .
during the year, which it sums up thus: poor soldier the cnonno'is sum of $1,363,- that observers of contracts must res-
POSITIVE
“More than $10,000,000 has been ex­ 583.47 for successful prosecutions alone. ' pect.”
GUARANTEE
The Stagg’s Farm of 120 acres,
pended in new buildings; wholesale
to cure any
It is gratifying to know that this is
form of nervous
has been divided up into
trade foots up $107,137,648, and a manu­ Mr. Tanner’s first and last report as a 1 A very peculiar will was recently filed
disease, or any
disorder of the
facturing output of more than $52,000,. pension commissioner.—A’.
in the probate court at Hagerstown, Md.
World.
generative or­
000 speaks for itself. With real estate
gans of either
Captain II. Smith, son of the late Lewis
sex whether ar-
. _
transfers aggregating more than $22,000,
225 Mlles Shorter—20 hours less
C. Smith, a former president of the
BEFORE
____
ising ____
from ____
the ...
AFTER
TO UTILIZE NIAGARA FALLS.
use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium,
It is situated
time than by any other route.
000, St. Paul can be said to be gilt edged'
Chesapeake and Ohio canal, who died in excessive
or through youthful ludiscretiou, over indulg
A feeling of great satisfaction and hope,
cnec, Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power. Wakefur opposite the Yam­
Wit-First clan» through p«.»<>ng<-r and height
M. Maginn, a mechanical engineer liv­ Kansas City, left the document. After ness, Bearing down Pains in the Baek, Seminal hill county fair
fulness pervades the community.”
line from Portland and all pointe In the Wil
B—«
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn­
ing at 2222 Wabash avenue, Chicago, some bequests he directs that his funeral al
lametta
valley to and from Fan Frenetico.
Emissions, Lcucorrhcea, Dizziness, Weak Mem­ ground and is a
SCI
expense shall not exceed $30, and that ory, Loss of Power ami Impotency, which if ne­
To be Happy you should see that Immense Stock of Fine Table
The T blkphone -R egister has received has been awarded a gold medal by the
desirable
location
glected
often
lead
to
premature
old
age
and
insan
­
his body shall be wrapped in a cloth, ity. Price f 1.00 a box. 6 boxes fur |5.00 Sent by
Time Sclictltilc (except Sundays).
and Pocket Cutlery Just Received at
much praise during the past week by Buffalo International Fair association for
either for resi­
I*ave Albany 1:30 pin l^ave Taquina «:4S aa>-
packed in unslacked lime, and some one mail on receipt of price.
Leave
Corvallis 1:40 pm l.eaveCor<'aUi«IO:35 an.
friends of the paper, for its push and en­ his device for utilizing the power of Ni­
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE forevery *5.00 dences,
market
who shall receive $5 for his services is to order,
to refund the money if a Permanent
Arrive Yaqoina5:30 pm'Ar.-ive Albany 11:10 art
ergy. High compliments have been paid agara Falls. Some time ago the busi­
gardening
or
fruit
cure
is
not
effected.
Thousands
of
testimonials
O. & C. train» connect at Albany and Cor­
pour water into his coffin until the body from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
it, and we hope that the course of the ness men of Buffalo offered a prize of
vallis.
is cremated. His will directs that the cured by APHRoniTiNK. Circular free. Address ranches, and is
The above train» connect at YiqciKA with
!
$100,000
for
the
best
device
for
utilizing
paper will always deserve tlrem. We
within one-half
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
the Oregon heveloprrnvnt Co a. Line of Hleam-
ashes shall be sent to Kansas City for
Knives and Forks from 75 cents per set, up. A Specially Fine Line in «hip»
WESTERN BRANCH,
are here for the purpose of making mon­ i the power of tbe Niagara river current
mile
of
this
between Y equina and Kan Francisco.
city,
burial. The estate amounts to about
BOX 27
PORTLAND, OR.
Pocket Cutlery at low prices. Our stock of
ey to be sure, but a newspaper owes opposite Buffalo. Mr. Maginn’s inven-
Hailing Date*.
and
dry
with
beautiful
High
Sold
by
Rogers
Bros
,
sole
agents
for
Mc_
$50,000.
something to its supporters, and we are , tion was not placed with the current
FROM YAQUINA.
Minnville.
spring water. This
Willamette
Valley.
Tuesday
Ort 1st
trying to render the obligations mutual i motors, although ne claims that the
property will be
Saturday, Oct 12th
A country editor who takes an unusual
by striving to put new life and energy electric power to be generated by it could
sold
in
tracts
to
Wednesday.
Ort
23rd
gloomy view of the approaching winter,
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO
into the town which will surely advance ; oasily be transmitted from the falls to
suit
the
purchas
­
Etc.
cannot
be
Excelled
in
Quality
or
Price.
bewails
the
hazaidons
condition
of
his
Willamette Valley, Monday
Oct 7th
the city toward its goal; the largest city ! Buffalo.
er on from $100
F ridav',
Ort 18th
__
Mr. Maginn proposes to have excava- wearing apparel in the following delicate
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in the valley outside of Portland.
to
$150
per
acre.
Tuesday
Oct 29th
i ted a cavity or drift at the foot of the manner: Lives of honest men oft re­
The
rompanv
reoervM
the
right
to
change
This property is
In our shop we make everything that can be madc’from Tin, Sheet «ailing date» without notice.
Captain George B. Leavitt, of the : falls, in front of which the flow of water mind us that honest toil don’t stand a
fast being pur­
N.
Paneeogera from Portland and all Wil-
Iron and Galvanized Iron, from a Tin Cup to the most
whaling ship Spy, of the Pacific Steam will be continuous and of sufficient depth chance; more work we leave behind us,
amette Valley Point» ran make clone connec­
chased.
Stir
your
­
bigger
patches
on
our
pants.
Oh,
those
Whaling company, brings the first news to carry over all flow of ice without strik­
tion with the train» of the Yattvtxa Horn at
selves and buy
Albany or Corrallia, and If deatinrd to Sen
of what may possibly be tin- discovery of ing the device. In this recess, upon pants, once new and glossy, now ate Is the oldest and most popular scientific and
Francisco, should arrange to arrive at Yaqnina
a
tract.
mechanical paper published and has the largest
a hitherto unknown land, many miles stone foundations, will be a stationary patched with manv a hue, all because circidation
the evening before date of railing.
of any paper of its class in the world,
jCffT*
For
further
particulars
call
on
bully
illustrated.
Rest
class
of
Wood
Enarav-
directly north of Alaska. During a five iron truss frame, upon w' ’eh, on wheels, I subscribers linger, will not pay us what inps. Published weekly. Send for specimen
The Oregon Pacific steamboats on the
or address Wm. Galloway, E. E.
Willamette River diviaion will h ave Port­
Price ?3 a year- Fn”r months’ trial, fl.
years’ cruise just completed, one of the will be a traveling truss lrame sufficient­ is due. Then let them be up and doing, £2RlK,
MUNN & CO., P ublishers . 361 Broadway, N.Y.
land.
south-bound. Monday. Wednesday
Goucher, James Agee, McMinnville,
vessels of the whaling tleet ventured ly heavy to earn- the water-wheel and ! send your mite, tho’ it be small, or when
Is acknowledged to be the Best in the World. Three Car Loads Sold and Friday at ba tn. Arrive at Corvallir
Oregon
ARCHITECTS & BUILDERO
Thnndav and Saturday at 3:30 n.
many miles further north than any other paraphernalia, this consisting of snow of winter strike ns we shall have H
and Put on This Season. HODSON is Sole Agent for e regon and Wash­ Tuesday,
Edition of Scientific American, v
>ii. Leave Corvallis, north-bound. Monday ,
other. A few years ago officers discov­ an overshot wheel sixty feet in diameter, no pants at all.
Executor’s Notice.
Wednesday and Friday at X a m Arrive
ington.
A ureat success. Each issue contains colored
Mthouraphic plates of country and city residen­
at Portland Tuesday. Thursday and Satur­
ered land which could not be found on several monster dynamos, and the gear­
Notice is hereby given that the under­
ces or public buildings. Numerous engravings
day at 3:30 p. m
full plans and specifications for the use of
The Tacoma News pronounces the al.; »nd
any of the charts or accounted for in any­ ing necessary to work them. The travel­
signed, R. R Murry and Levi W. Murry, Before placing vour order for anything in the above lines, give us a call.
On Monday. Wednesday and Friday both
• nch as contemplate building. Price
a year.
have been by the county court of Yamhill
way. A gale drove the steamer far north ing frame will be moved by hydraulic leged “infallible” cure for diphtheria, the 25cts. a copy. MUNN & CO., P ublishers .
north and south-bound Ixrata lie over night
county, Oregon, appointed ioi
joint executors
at
^alem, leaving there at <; a m.
along the shore of the land, but the sea­ 1 pressure to engage or disengage the wa­ fumes of equal parts of both tar and
of the estate
of Mary „ Elizabel
_ __ ______
_____2th Murry, de­
Paaaenger and freight rate* alwaya the low-
ceased.
turpentine
burnt
in
the
room,
as
utterly
son was so late that the men did not stop ter-wheel with the falling water. This
oat
For infoination, apply to Men,ra. HUL-
Therefore, all persons having claims
Third «and C St«.. McMinnville.
to explore. The men hold it was an un­ is said to be entirely feasible, hydraulic worthless. Tt:e “cures” that are said to
Freight and Ticket Agent», 200
against said estate are hereby notified and
■ 40 years' experience ard have made over
and
**
rj Front -tract. Portland, Oregon; or to
known land worthy of exploration at the pressure being used to move the heaviest have been peitormed must have been of ■ 100.(XM applications for American and For- required to present the same, duly verified,
C. C. HOGUE,
eign patents. Send for Handbook. Corres­
to the undersigned, at the law office of F
Acting Ltn 1. Frt. A Pais. Agt , Oregon PaciM*
proper season. No vessels have since ordinance and other great weights. Such severe tonsilitis, of a local nature merely, pondence strictly confidential.
W. Fenton, at McMinnville. Oregon, within
R.
K.
Co
,
CorvaPIa.
Oregon.
six months from the date hereof.
been so far north. Leavitt thinks this a machine is calculated to develop over while diphtheria is a constitutional dis­
TRADE MARKS.
C. H HASWEI,!., Jr.,
l)ated this 26th dav of December. 1889
case your mark is not registered in the Pat­
.1 S HIBBS,
-
-
-
Proprietor.
may settle the question of an open polar 16,000-liorse power, and t’.ie electricity ease, the throat trouble being only a ent In Office,
Gen I. Fit. A P-iaa. Agt., Oregon Development
Watchmaker
apply to M unn A Co., and procure
R R. MURRY’.
Co
.
Montgomery
afreet, Kan Fraociaco. Cal.
immediate
protection.
Send
for
Handbook.
Fresh Meats of all kinds constantly on
sea and ice drifts south of Point Barlow, generated might be transmitted to con­ local manifestation of the same. The
LEVI W. MURRY.
and Jeweler.
COPYRIGHTS for books, charts, map#,
■ hand. Highest price paid for Butcher'»
Executors
of
said
Estate.
editor
of
the
News
speaks
from
sad
ex
­
ttc.,
quickly
procured.
Address
lie says the ice must find an outlet at siderable distances for use in running
stock
Dealer in All Kinds of Watches, Jewelry. Plated Were
F. W F ewton .
MUNN
CO., Pateut Solicitor«.
perience and as n warning to others.
machinery and lighting.
Clocks 2nd Spectacle« McWIMNVILlE Off
some other place.
T hieii S tuezt . M c M ixxvillc . O k .
Att’y for E9tal*
51
G knerai . O ffice 361 Buoiiiiriv * >
HARDING & HEATH, Publishers.
Line of Underwear fDr M8"' Wo^S children.
At Lowest Prices Qualiy Considered
CASTORIA
I
£■
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S ull at
&
r j?
rb
F
3 <1
3
At Actual Cost Price During January!
Q
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The Great
Transcontinental Route.
0
£
Í2Í
Children’s and Boy’s Overcoats, and Men’s Shoes.
3
kta Pisit Mai
K ay & T odd
k ¡
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w
ADDITION
Fine Line of Hats and Caps Fo[ Wit
ARE SELLING FAST!
Tt
Is
ZBvLilding'
"CTp.
nB-ix-y ISTcw Before Too T-jazte.
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
t
F. DIELSCHNEIDER, TO THE FARMERS.
No Goods Misrepresented as to
Tixeir Quality.
Now is Your Chance !
The Celebrated French Sure,
FAIRLAWN!”
5-ACRE TRACTS.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM­
PANY'S STEAMSHIP LINE.
I
Happiness is the Cure All !
HODSON’S
Job Printing
Hardware, Tinware, Sieves. Ranges,
£
54
iwrnitsEji
Elaborate and Expensive Galvanized Iron Cornice.
Garry's Patent Steel Roofing
O. O. HODSON,
—
Eurisko Market
WM. HOLL,