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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1890)
THE 1S89 DEATH ROLL.
SAD AND SUDDEN DEATH.
THE GRAND MASQUERADE.
Property is o.l the boom.
American« In all Branch«« ot
Yesterday’s issue of the ¡Portland Ore-
For ■- < ’ inks go to I*. D. Glenn.
Life Who Have Passed Away.
awa Indian School, Dead.
The bells rang merrilv on New Year’s
Thursday. January 2, 1890.
The reader may wish to glance at the
The masquerade ball given on Wednes. county and city:
About 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon
. 1,841,121 I death roll of 1889. The dead of the great
the word was given out that Prof. M. G. dav of last week bv the Social Amuse- Acres of improved land
POSTO F FICK nouns.
6,130 war for the Union include Brigadier Gen
Lane, for several years a leading edu went club, of this city, was well at- Railroad land.
Horses and mules. .
4,666 eral R. 8 .Mackensie, U.8. A., pronounc-,
From 7 a ra.ti7p.rn From 8:30 p. I
in. to 9 p. in.
Money order hours from 7 a. ni. to 6 p. m.
Sheep and goats . .
16,509 ed by Grant the most brilliant officer of;
Sunday from 3 p. in. to 3:30 p. in
6,600 his years that was graduated from the 1
training school near this city, was not larly fine, much attention bving given to Swine.........................
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. ni. Mail
1,630 Army of the Potomac; General W. S.
No. of polls .
north closes at 3:20 p. ni. and 9 p. in.
Value of land
12,640,185 Truax, General A. W. Wessels, General
Jacob P. Bloch, of Portland, was in
99,845 Rodney C. Ward, General Roger Jones, I
THE MARKET RETORT.
982,485 General W. A. Pile, Colonel A. P. Blunt,
Try that imported Japan tea at the
Mdse and implements
. t? bushel $ GO
on the streets with his wonted friendly sustained lady character; Will Logan, Money, notss, accts and stocks , 1,320,928 Professor Robert N. Weir, Colonel John
7. $2 00 to 2 50 Red Front grocery.
first prize for the handsomest costume Furniture, jewelry etc.......
V z .3 50 tn 4 00
205,370 M. Clayton, assassinated by Arkansas
attention is called to the new smile only last Saturday.
Clear sides y) lb.
10 ad. Your
252,030 democrats; (?) Colonel J. E. Yuid, Maj
But the signs were only too faithful worn by a gentleman ; Theo Force, prize Value of horses and mules.
of Kay & Todd.
Shoulders V lb
Value of cattle......................... 132,684 or General H. J. Hunt, the greatest ar
Hams 'd lb
Still the people ask us for sample and by a little after 5 o’clock he bad for best sustained gentleman character.
32,265 tillerist of the war on either side; Colo
Value of sheep and goats.
I.r.l 1'" 10 Pd P»"1“
Value of swine.......................
,'"r“ (In 5 gallon tins
Call on I’. D. Glenn, opposite livery eternal shore where it is hoped his kind club and the boys say it was a regular Gross valuation....................... 6,122,104 nel John W. Macomb, General 8. K.
Butter, Creamery. R roll 50
ness of heart, his generous nature, bis “blow out,” so it must have been very Indebtedness .. ..................... 1,719,937 Cawson, General William 8. Harney,
stable to do your plumbing.
Butter, dull, fresh ? roll B
357,206 Major W. 8. Collier, Colonel D. H. Bro
Chas. Starr, who was accidentally shot patriotic life and his long labors in the fine. The club is well pleased with the Taxation equalized by county
Dried apples, dull, V pd.
elevation of the human family will win entertainment, as it netted them $75,
5 some time ago, is slowly improving.
board...................................... 3,972,871 therton, General John Hammond, Gen.
Dried plums, dull, y pd.
The serenaders were out New Year’s for his name a place alonside Abou Ben which will be expended in fitting up
Yamhill county contains 460,800 a res eral 8. D. Sturgis, U. S. A., General F.
Dried prunes, dull, pd.
Adlieim’s, fur if ever a man was imbued club rooms.
8 Eve. We heard their gentle voices.
of the western Willamette valley. It ex W. Palfrey, and General Israel J. Vod-
... sack i 00 to
The maskers on the floor were:
A lady desires family sewing; will go for a desire for the welfare of lit» fellow
tends to the crest of the coast range, and sera.
Sugars, declined W te„.
u lw 13 >
12, , a„
Among the distinguished Confederate
pounds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs. to your house. Call on or address this man, M. G. Lane wsa.
its surface consists of beautiful valleys
$115; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents
.............. Sailor Girl and lesser hills. Between those hills dead are Jefferson Davis, General Single-
The professor was born in 1826 in Mary Johnson
pound; coal oil. very firm, @ $2.75 R case;
P. D. Glenn carries a lull line of pipe Washington county,Pennsylvania, where Coral Sharp.... ........................... Night multitudinous crystal streams wind ton, of Mississippi; Lieutenant-General
salt of all kinds advanced $2 OO r*-r ton,
and fittings. Give him a call. Opposite he spent his early life and received his Jennie Sharp
D. H. Hill, Judge David S. Terry, of San
and is very firm
...........Pocahontas through lovely prairies and woods of oak
Agnes Johnson .
Francisco; John A. Campbell, assistant
Leia Vanetta [
Twin Sisters ash, cedar and fir. These rivulets that secretary of war to the Confederacy and
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. Brumery arrived here on Satur
-Melvin G. Lane was a man of exceed Mrs. Minty j
day from Michigan. He is an old friend ingly fine abilities—a star in the edu Mvrtie Apperson. ......... Gipsy Countess
ex-justice of the United States supreme
See Rogers Bros. ad.
of C. D. Johnson.
Quee 1 of Star Light the Willamette are invaluable to settlers, court; General A. C. Myer, General W.
cational, oratorical or political field. He El vie Apperson. . ...........
Everyone will be sneezing soon.
The doctors are all under the weather. was an uncompromising enemy to all Alvis Norwood................ , -
Gipsy Fortune Teller used for manufacturing purposes. Fully T. Withers, F. W. Dawson, editor of the
Goucher was confined to his Led a
Jinglers, opera house, Saturday night. Dr.
White and Blue half the land of Yambill county has been Charleston (S. C.) Courier; General H.
lew days this week.
D. Clayton, ex Governor Manning, of
Mr.W. Albertson spent Christinas in the
If you want the richest treat of the sea
Emma Hawley................................. Night already brought into cultivation, and South Oarolina; and Commodore J. K-
son go to the Jubilee concert at "pcra
Sadie Smith....................... tady Melnott every inch of it can be used for farming
nis magnificent voice could always be Laura Patty......... Hewitt’s Music Store purposes. Fruit, grain and vegetables Mitchell.
Braly's latest—Hew Johnny won the house Saturday night.
The American navy has lost Rear Ad
Ciark Braly returned from Astoria depended upon in favor of liberty, pa Cyntitha Fellows ... Mite Jockey Girl will thrive on the slopes and brow s of the
Chandler, Admiral John L, Davis,
The Jinglers liad crowded houses in
Queen of Diamonds hills and even the uplands of the Coast Rear Admiral T. H. Patterson, Rear Ad
property on the Caluinbia.
an elder brother of Jame G. Blaine and Mrs. G. Hulery
Parties knowing themselves indebted was endowed with many of the gifts that Inez Eccleson................
F. Harding has the Russian influenza,
.Bird Maiden to be invaluable farm lands. The soil miral William R. Taylor, Rear Admiral
to Kay & Todd will confer a favor by set have made that great man famous and Anna Dielschneider........... .Patch Work
Donaldson, Chief Engineer Harris, Com
or la grippe.
Skipped for Pasture« Naw.
of the hills and mountain slopes is
iling the account on or before Januaiy
Vliss Edna Houck.
modore George M. Ransom, Professor
TRIPLETT & BOND.
especiallay adapted to raising plums,
The case of diphtheria is better and 15, 1890.
The West Side,of Independence,mourns
of his brother and had a deep seated am Mrs. J. B. Rohr.................. Colored Lady prunes, apples and berries of every kind, Joseph Nourse.
Proprietors of the
will soon be up.
The Salem I Statesman savs: “An en bition to see him president. He went
The pulpit has lost Rev. Dr. A. T. Mc- the loss of Nathan G. Yocum in the fol
Hatch....... McMinnville Flour Mill while that of the valleys yields forty
Mrs. J. W. Rogers fell Saturday and thusiastic audience greeted the Jinglers east in 1884 and mapped out the great Meda
Manda Kaufman................ Cigarette Giri bushels of wheat and seventy bushels o' i Gill, of Princeton theological school;
here. Superior to anything in the con
broke her right arm.
cert line ever in this city.”
campaign of speech making by Mr. Anna Kaufman................. Dav and Night oats to the acre. The county is well set Bishop N McTveire, Methodist Episcopal this individual was the life and soul of The neatest place in the city Animals
Mrs. C. H. Cook . . Queen of Diamonds
Mrs. H. F. Turner spent Sunday in
chnreh; Rev. Dr. Conway P. Wing, Rev. Falls City, and his schemes for the fu carefully selected for killing—insuriug the
The second quarterly conference of the Blaine which marked that year as the Miss Louisa Hudson................
Night tled, but much government land is still Wm. II. Beecher, Rev. Dr. Liberters ture were rapidly developing and his finest meat
Poultry, etc , bought and
this city visiting her parents.
Methodist church in this place will be most brilliant political epoch in our
sold Highest market price paid for every
open for settlement along the Coast
Dave Narver, formerly of this city, is held next Saturday and Sabbath. Rev. national history. During his declining
Van Bokkelen, Rev. Dr. Kenrick, ex credit was excellent and his friends nu thing.
W. A. Henderson.......... Reversible Man range. Moreover, many of the old do
the possessor of a fine bov, born Decem F. L. Post, of Sheridan, will preside.
President of Vassar college; Rev. J. B. merous. All at once he disappeared and
years, Mr. Blaine lias been of material A. L. Gortner..............
For Sale—House and two corner lots financial assistance to him, and it was J. H. Nelson.................... Claude Melnott nation claims of 640 acres are being Brackett, Rev. Dr. G. P. Macbebeuf, Ro has never since been heard of to a cer
broken up and sold, for the fannrrs are
R. Hall, of Olympia, who is engaged for sale. The house has seven rooms
EJ. Culver.............. T elephone -R egister
man Catholic bishop of the state of Colo tainty. About two months ago this
in the lumbering business was in the city all finished. Barn on lot. Price, $1109. through Mr. Blaine’s influence that he J. G. Ballinger....................Naval Officer beginning to realize that they can make
paper received a letter from a lawyer in
Call on T. B. Kay for further particulars. was appointed teacher at Cbemawa, his D. L. Drenner................................ Jockey more monev by unloading a part of their rado.
The American losses in literature in Los Angeles asking that all newspaper
$200,000 to loan by the American Mort
The new barber shop is in running
clude Augustus R. Cazaman. the play clippings in reference to his departure be B. CLARK. PROPRIETOR.
order and a shave or hair-cut only costs gage Co., on farm land, for a term ol placed in a position requiring more active H. Ballinger Scotch Lord of the year 1700 mainder with more care.
wright, George Fawcett Rowe, Dr. Na sent him, and the suspicion was on our
you 15 cents.
services.— Statesman, 31st.
.. .Solomon Levy
F. W. Fenton, attorney at McMinnville.
than Allen, Allen Thorndike Rice, Selina mind that this was our Yocum under a
A young lady of German descent wishes
.......Scotch Lord is the county seat of Yamhill county. It
ADVERTISE OUR TOWN.
A. B. Apperson . .
The last Sunday Examiner was without
employment at house work. Call at
Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to
......... Sailor Boy is an old established town and possesses Dolaro, Mary H. Fiske, Mary L. Booth,
The influence of this man Yocum was
doubt the finest paper ever issued on the No One Yet Shows Enough Patriotism to J.
postoffice tailor shop.
....... Bicycle Bov fine educational facilities, neat churches, Patrick V. Hickey, Charles Dean, the
order In Oak, Ash or any Wood
coast. It contained 44 pages of good
J. I.Knight.......... Bouncing Bonnie BeiS
’ historian of New England; E. Willett, for good. He was, without doubt, a rust
P. R. Burnett, of Monmouth, will reading matter on a large variety of sub
ler, and he roused the latent energies of
preach in the Christian church next Sun jects.
The T elephone -R egister ’ s advertis L. E. Newman........... .........Hard Times papers. McMinnville lias the air of a t C. Matthews.
FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY I
R. L. Holman.............. Custer Post Band
day morning and evening.
In science and scholarship America Dallas and Falls City. He was the pre
The gross receipts at the postoffice for ing fund stands as it was last week. Nile Davidson........ ............ Irish Woman sedate and well-to-do town. Its streets ;
Wanted—Work. Millinery preferred. the quarter ending December 31, 1889, Just ten dollars have been raised and S. A. Manning....................... Uncls Sam are lined with shade trees, and its private loses Prof. Elias Loomis, of Yale college, siding genius of the townsite and it was
Call on or address Mrs. A. E. Stuart, was $878.20, There were 481 money or that is the amount subscribed by this L. Erbart............
Prof. Theodore D. Woolsey, president F. be who made the arrangement which is Orders taken for all kinds of work and
milliner, McMinnville, Or.
ders and 190 postal notes issued during paper. The citizens of this town take Warner Newman ............... .Base Bal list houses are gotten up elegantly.
’ P. Barnard, of Columbia college; Ma making the Observer at Dallas crow over satisfaction guaranteed Call at factory
The western branch of the Southern
G. F. Bangasser . ....................... Irishman
Still the subscriptions to the special ! the quarter.
hold of things right when they start, but Chas. Cook......... ....... Irish Waiting Girl Pacific meets the narrow gauge at Mc ria Mitchell, Dr. John C. Dalton, and its unfortunate rivals who can not draw and see specimens of furniture.
McMinnville edition are coining in. Send
Special meetings are to be continued it is just----- to start them.
Do not buy without first seeing tue furni
J. B. Rohr......... ............................Sambo Minnville, and that town, like most of Prof. Alexander T. Johnston, of Prince from fifty to one hundred dollars a month
in your name beiore it is too late.
through this week and next, conducted
for legal advertising. It was Yocum ture manufactured here in your own state
Here is another letter received this C. H. Fleming
The new butcher shop in the Camp-; by Rev. E. G. Wheeler, of Portland. week. Read it and see if advertising Frank Zirkle . .........................Dr Faust
Our losses in the world of art are who tried to engineer a i ail road to Falls and county
bell building is a nice one, and will be I Meetings open at 7 o’clock ; all are cor
W. A. Jones....... ....................... Unknown vantage of good rail and steamboat trans James C. Lambdin, James Walker, who City, and would have been successful
presided over by Triplett & Bond.
Fred Harris......... . . Eastern Dignitary portation. McMinnville has a popula
ewport , R ock C ounty , Neb.,|
Ed. Johnson. . ......................Chinaman tion of 2,500, an increase of 15 per ceni
Cheapest, strongest and best—Wright’s
The W. C. T. U., will meet at Mrs. M.
Prices Consistent with Good Work
enthused the people of Dallas and set
V. Young’s, January 3rd. All are in compound syrup of sarsaparilla. Boils, E ditor T elephone : Dec. 22,1889. f W. H. Logan.
................ Clown over that of 1888.
A. M. Detmering . .
the ball a rolling who has redounded so JOHN DERBY,
pimples and erysipelas flee before it.
N. A. J auobs .
Sir— Please send by return mail sample W.Shaw..................
PLEASE DON’T FIGHT.
and enriches the blood. Sold copy
much to the credit of that busy and en
of the T elephone , as I am coming Blake Dillinger
The person who exchanged hats with Cleanses
. .Negro Wench
to your country and wish to learn what J. P. Block
The law laments the los of Justice terprising people. Dallas and Falls City
Wm. Logan at the Masonic installation
............. Domino Come Down to Common Senae and Build
a Road Through McMinnville.
¿1 merciful man—who keeps his stock locality would suit me best. Please send F. T. Shaw..............
last week can find it at the barber shop.
Stanley Matthews, of the U. 8. supreme have the most to be thankful for, but all
in prime condition by the use of Wright’s me authentic information, if any at hand, E. W. Fuller............
Proprietors of The McMinnville
If you think Salem and Albany are not couit; E. N. Dickerson, the famous coun of Polk county was benefitted in some
Frits, the photographer, was around Arabian condition powders. Cures colds, and you will greatly oblige.
Tuesday taking street views for the i distemper,
inflamed lungs, heaves. Gives
J. C lay F ox , B ox 36.
special McMinnville edition of the T ele glossy coat. Sold by Rogers Bros.
.................. Sailor road, read the following from the Albany suits of onr history; Leonard Swett, ex otten wondered why he left Polk county TILE
Mr. Fox and many others could be in I. B. Shirley............
phone -R egister .
Judge Van Vorst, and Judge 8. L. M. It was not financial trouble, because he
The Oregonian of Wednesday was a duced to come this city, if the city would George Hulery)
Two Dudes Demorrat:
The T elephone -R egister edition, de very
had enough to pay his debts. It was Situated nt the Southwest corner of the
fine paper. It consisted ot 32 pages place its advantages before the people. Wm. Martin f
voted to McMinnville, will be the finest of well written matter on the growth of
Yamhill Repo tit
T. J. Force..............
The field of death in politics includes not domestic trouble, because he has Fair Grounds. All sizes of
paper ever published in the state, ex the state and the city of Portland. The Rouse up! Don’t, sleep always! Sub W. Waugaman.........
....... Bad M..„ headed: ‘Race Between Two Cities. Sa
cepting the Oregonian.
Okerson lem and Albany will see which can build Samuel 8. Cox, ex-United States Sen one of the most devoted and loving
First-Class Drain Tile
Oregonian is leaving its old shell behind. scribe to the advertising fund. Here it is. C. N. Mosher...........
elephone -R egister .................... $10 00
on band at lowest living
The city bonds have arrived from
WITH A CRASH.
The mill property bought of the Sax
‘The project to build the road’ said a and George P. Pendleton, ex-Gov. Hart- tions are offered—one that he was in prices
Chicago and have been signed by the estate some time ago by D. Stout, J. S.
EDWARDS & DERBY,
A Complete Surprise.
mayor. The $20,000 is now in possession Martin. J. S. llibbs and W. C. Hembree
McMi invilic, Oregon
Salemite named Rogers to an Astorian rant, of Pennsylvania; ex-Gov. Ferry, sane and the other that he was threat 41-
by the Bursting of a Tank,
of the First National Bank.
will be repaired and a complete new out
On Saturday evening (the 21st of Dec.)
reporter,‘was only broached about two of Florida; ex-Gov. Manning, of South ened with exposure of irregularities in
The large tank, some 80 feet above the weeks ago and now a good portion of the Carolina; ex-Gov. W. T. Minor, of Con California. While we deplore the losses
The People’s Market is the market fit purchased. This is one of the finest the members, friends and choir of the
just opened and it is a daisy. It is well mill sites in the state.
ground, at the City Stables, which has $200,000 required has been subscribed.” necticut; ex-Gov. Martin, of Kausas; which individuals have sustained, his
fitted up, lighted by electricity and the
been used for holding water in order to
proprietors arc Triplett & Bond.
in a reliable store, by an experienced
geta head for washing buggies, etc., burst
lands; Gen. Thomas B. Van Buren, ex- the people, and that awakening has
It is claimed that tlie first apple trees hand. Can furnish best of references completely surprised the family by the Sunday, about 10 o’clock, and the body The man further said:
‘It looks now as if the fight will be be minister to Japan ; ex-United States brought dollars into the county where he
raised in Oregon were raised by Dr. Mc
You will find the most complete
Loughlin in 1845, from seed planted at and must have employment. Address, upon the privacy of the home. ¿liter an of water came crashing to the ground- tween Albany and Salem to see which Senator Simon Cameron; ex-Secretary took away dimes.
Vancouver, the latter place being in Ore [ F. A. S., Box O., McMinnville,Oregon.
interchange of the pleasantries generated
will get the road into Astoria first, and of the Interior John P. Usher; Harry
Crockery and Glassware. Stand
For more than a generation, Ayer’s by such “free and easy” occasions, the weight of the water and it was crushed. there aie no Odds either way as both cities Genet, Congressman Richard Townsend.
and Library Lamps
Dr. W. H. Boyd and the school di Sarsaparilla has been before the public, pastor of the church, in a few appropriate No one was beneath it, as luck would mean business. ’
Journalism has dropped Henry W.
rectors in Albina seein to be having a and itt popularity was never greater than [ remarks in behalf of the members of the have it. The tank has never been kept
’/ r ivi.u. w vv
day, December 27, 1889, a boy.
Ever Brought to the City.
little newspaper controversy as to the at present. As a remedy for the various |
full by the steam pump used, and when stock of $2,000,000, the survey made, an R. Rced,D. G. Croly and Oliver Johnson. D ancer —To the wife of J. Dancer, near
Fine Teas and Goffes a special
fitness of the water furnished the school disorders caused by constitutional taint, I , church and choir, he presented to Mies
Amity, on Friday, December 27, 1889, (
ty; Roast Coffee ground free of
' this medicine has no equal. The de Josie Gertner a splendid gold watch the water pipe from the water main was oil painting several rods long made of
for drinking purposes.
Among eminent of business and af
charge. Goods delivered tree to
attached the tank was allowed to run the rcute, and a railroad plant on the fairs who have joined the majority are I a boy.
part of the city.
J. L. Rogers spent two days in Inde
pendence the latter part of last week,
Mr. C. P. Bishop has severed his con- of her services as organist of the church, over, this was too much for it to stand, ground, while our worthy neighbor has a James C. Flood, General Adna Ander- I
J. H HENDERSON. Prop.
and now savs that McMinnville is good i j nection with the firm of Bishop & Kay, and as an evidence of the estimate of so the circumstance noted above occurred. subscription paper."
sou, I. V. N, Williamson, the great mer C hristenson —L arkin —On December 24,
1889, Newberg, Mr. N. C. Christinson
enough for him. Preserve us from that I ' the business is transferred, ami he leaves her eminent woith as a consistent Chris
Navigation on the Upper River.
In the first place Salem and Albany chant philanthropist of Philadelphia;
and Miss Josie Larkin.
1 next week for Portland, where he will as-
kind of an Independence.
complete control of the wholesale tian young lady. The young lady was
The captain of the steamer Little Salem independent of each other cannot build a Franklin B. Gowen, ex-president of the S mith —C lark —On December 25, 1889,
Send the T elephone -R egister to your i sunie
of the Thos. B. Kay Woolen so completely surprised and her heart so
road to the sea.
Reading railroad; S. B. Chittenden, I.
Newberg, Mr. L. M. Smith and Miss
friends in the East. It is cheaper and department
Co., of Salem. Mr. Bishop is al full oi ¿latitude at the unexpected turn will make the attempt when the water
Brvdges, ex-president of the Grand
better than a letter and it is just wliat Mills
in the Upper Willamette is at its highe t
they want, as constant demand upon ns likes to lose him and his estimable fam of affairs, that she could scarcely utter
road and McMinnville wants a road, and Trunk railroad, and Sam Brannan, of
by eastern people show.
the familiar phrase “thank you.”
A journal for Adevrtiters.
where he will contract a load of freight
Blake Dillinger was presented a fine
Miss Nellie Gortnor was made the re
Let Albany and Salem stop their fight,
Among other notable deaths are those
locket by his friends in this city on the
PRINTERS’ INK is just what it
railroad made up a pool thiB cipient of a handsome glove and hand thing that has not been attempted on unite, and with the help of McMinnville of Owen Brown, the last survivor of the
vue, of pneumonia.
morning after the masquerade. They Pacific
$30 of Louisiana lot kerchief case at the hands of the same
thought he deserved a prize for the man tery tickets. bought
the upper river for several years, but a road can be built to Astoria in less famous “John Brown Raid” on Harper's B annister .—At his home near Dayton, purports to be, “a journal for adver
ner in which he represented a negro were fortieths, drew the capital prize of parties as ar, affectionate mark of esteem the captain feels confident of success, as than two years. Let Albany, Salem ard Ferry; Mrs. Jay Gould, Mrs R. B.
on December 30, 1889, Miles Bannister tisers.” It is issued on the 1st and
McMinnville stand together and . push Hayes, Dr. D. W. Bliss, who robbed
aged 70. Funeral held on Dec. .‘list at 15th days of each month,“and is the
$600,000, one fortieth of which was $15,- J for her faithful Christian services.
Several houses have been built by the I ! 000, whl h the men will get. They have
The ladies of the party had prepared At Harrisburg the draw bridge will have the road and it w'fll be built. The three Garfield of his only chance of life by his
representative journal—the trade
owners of the Oak Park property and announced their intention of staying a tine Innch, to which all present did
New Gold Digging*.
progressive towns of the valley can make blundering diagnosis of his wound; Mrs.
journal, so to speak—of American
are now for sale. The company will right at work. The ticket drawing the ample justice ; and all present could but
Geo. Hoover, living on "Hoover Hill,” advertisers. It tells the .intending
thonght by river men, will not let his the road a success. United we build, ,di ex-President Tyler and Father Burchard.
build houses for people who purchase $15,000, the Albany Herald says, was for
regret th it such occasions were not more
Passing from the dead of those of in Oialla, has discovered rich diggings in and inexperienced advertiser in
lots in the addition for the actual cost oi warded for collection yesterday.
vessel pass, as the channel haR shifted vided we don’t build. See?
labor and material.
Europe, England has lost John Bright, the red clay near his house. The gold plain comprehensive articles how,
to another span ot the bridge.
Astorian: The influenza, or “la grippe”
Robert Browning, Wilkie Collins, Sir is coarse and of a superior quality. The when and where to advertise; how
Nellie Cooper is improving from a | or “dengue,” or whatever it is, bus come
A Now Crop.
Two intelligent gentlemen—one frcm William Pearce, the great naval archi- I above claim has been worked by Mr. H. to write an advertisement; how to
severe case of diptheria under the skill j across from Europe, and has stinck As
Now that this name has found its way
ful treatment of Dr. Young. If he suc toria Several of our most aristocratic :
*,7°,-v"arfl’ no °n®..B
The Portland Linseed Oil company Wisconsin and one from Dakota—have tect; Elizabeth Cook, Charles Mackay, I °r
display one; what newspapers or
« I. «- J . ln8 K°ld in that quarter, until Daniel
ceeds in preventing the further spread of families are suffering from it. and it is a into the American category of diseases, writes to James Fletcher, of this citv, been in the city the past two days look
other media to use; how much to
this terrible disease he deserves the : source of great inconvenience. A cotn-
expend—in fact discources on ev
thanks of the entire community.
! mon, ordinary man or woman can only there are from “Bright’s disease.” When requesting him to contract with farmers ing up a location for a large and wealthy Green;” Rev. Dr. Hughes, bishop of St. ' Plaindealer.
have a dickens of a bad cold, i.nd go ever a man has burned out the functional for their crop of flax at the rate of $1.40 ! colenv of Danes who expect to come to Asaphs; Rev. Dr. John F. Kackarnas, I
ery point that admits of profitable
Roll of Honor,
The Chinese pheasant law will expire I j around
Oregon about the first of April. These bishop of Oxford; Lord Fraser; Rev.
a ringing in the ears and a
discussion. If you advertise at all,
in November, 1891. Practically it has I perpetual with
The following pupils have neither been
“ka-choo.” But if high-toned power of his kidneys by strong whiskey amount of the seed and will furnish seed forerunners were highly pleased with Dr. Horatio Bonar, a famous writer oj
already expired, for the slaughter con ' it is the influenza
Printers’ Ink can hep you. Per
and other abuses ot the system, he has
tinues as ferociously as it would without I In either case it is verv disagreeable.
to farmers desiring to put in the crop for Salem and the valley surrounding it and sweet religious hymns; Sir Percy Flor,
you expend but Ten Dollars a
December 20, 1889, in district No. 6:
a law. “Stolen sweets tastes the best”
there is scarcely a doubt, from their own
year in advertising; if so, Printers’
is an old saying many think applies to
One of the new features in building in a man allows wet feet to give him a cold $1.50 per bushel, without interest, until declarations, that they will pilot their ence Shelley, son of the great poet by KatieCriminins,
Ink may show you how to obtain
his second wife, Mary Godwin; Baron Maud Newton,
New York city is the use of hollow bricks in the head he will have “Russian in ♦be crop is harvested. The fanners
friends right here on their return. They Fitzgerald.
the service you are now get
Colds are frequently the result of de
bricks are so moulded that when
age yield per acre is at lea^t 20 bushels, were shown around the city by Bartiett
ting for half the money.
The deaths among the Euglish aristoc- Mattie Martin,
rangement of the stomach and of a low | These
condition of the system generally. As a a wall is perfectly plumb you can drop a accounting. In the meantime the coun so the farmers can do better raising flax <k Catterlin, taken through the state racy include the Earl of Severn and Maggie Newton,
O ma F oots , Teacher.
corrective and strengthener of the ali pebble right down in the wall, there;
; house and other public institutions and Melville,Viscount Falmouth,Lord Mount-
copy costs but five cents. Advertis
being hundreds of hollow spaces. Walls try grandmothers, who don’t know than wheat_______________
mentary organs, Ayer’s Pills are invalu-1 thus
A New Incorporation.
were delighted with all they saw. They cashel, Lord Walter Campbell, the
built are said to resist heat and anything about the “Russian influ
Eaateru Oregon’« Need.
ing is an art practiced by many but
able, their use being always attended cold far
better than the solid kind, and
found no place on the coast that so met Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of
understood by few. The conduct
with marked benefit.
| they are about 25 per cent cheaper. No enza,” will be curing diseases with ex The East Oregonian says that there is their approbition as Salem and Marion
Buckingham and Chandos, the Marquis incorporation of the McMinnville Street ors of Printers' Ink understand it
The “Boys of Monmouth” called at doubt this kind of a brick would be just actly similar symptoms, in the good, olo a big business ready for the first railroad
Surely their advice,
of Ely, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ous Railway and Land Company. The in thoroughly.
this office and handed the following for the thing for this kind of a climate.
fasioned way of driving off a bad cold.
that taps the mining districts of North
If those people could see Yamhil coun ley, Duke of Malmsbury. On the con-i corporators
publication: “We, the boys of Mon
>»u,. . Galloway,
uuu*>«_>, L. based on an experience of more than
Mrs. Judge Thurman lies dangerously
mouth, who attended the masquerade, ill at her home in Columbus, O., the
Our Gentle Deceiver.
ty they would certainly locate here; but
of itself, to pay for building in there. i the people lack the enterprise necessary tinent—Austria loses Crown Prince Ru-1 1-ougliarv, W. H. Saylor, Al. Hussey, E. 25 years will help you. Address:
extend our sincere thanks to the people cause of her illness heing the wide notor
GEO P. ROWELL’S
dolpli, while Germany loses Bishop E. Goucher, J. 8. Cooper and H. L.
of McMinnville for courtesy shown us iety given to the divorce and immediate
The people of that region appreciate this
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
Bergmann, of Munster; Prof. Gosche, Heath. Capital stock, $59,000; number
while there, ami wish for all a happy marriage of her daughter in San Diego, or the man with a sister, is creating an fact, and are making an effort to secure to advertise our advantages.
10 Spruce St., New York
Oregon Products Still Lead.
of Berlia university, and Cardinal Ledo- of shares, 500.___ _________
with the graphic description of all the other sensation in Walla Walla. The railroad connections with Albany via the
T he T elephone -R egister is still here I facts in the case. The indiscretion of Pendleton Tribune has to say: “Colcnel Northern Pacific. The Baker City hoard
choski. France loses M. Chevreul, the : K. C. C. C.—Red Cross Cough Cure.
and is doing business. Its subscription ' children falls heavily upon doting moth Ward Douglass, of Walla Walla, wields
great chemist, who was born in 1786; Will remove the most obstinate cough. Sheriff* Sale Under Execution.
list is the largest in the county and it is ers at all times, but when indiscretion a very trenchent pen when the insurance of trade is no»’ working for this particu Oregon potatoes a few cents higher than Cabanel, the famous painter; Vice-Ad Cures
asthma and bronchitis. Cannot l>e
those of any other sections. This is
growing fast without solicitation. How trenches upon disgrace, and comes to
miral Saint Hilaire, General Faidherbe, excelled for whooping cough. Heals , Notice is hereby given Uiut by virtue of a
ever the people of this county may soon those in the evening of life, it comes with and real estate business is slow. In a
A Foot Rare.
lungs and threat. Sold by Rogers Bros. writ of execution issued out of tlie circuit
look out for a special inducement to sub such added force-thdt often the golden recent half-column treatise on black
Oregon raises is first-class and that General Le Brun, Dr. Phillip Ricord, the
court of •
f Oregon, for Yamhill
scribe. Premiums will be offered which bowl is broken and mother’s life goes in mailers and libellers the colonel got in
W. E, Martin, of this city, left for In where known her productions are first Marquis de Caux; Emilie Angier, Ed
county, on the 25tii day of November, 1MB.
to the deep shadows that veil the future
every one would like to have.
upon a decree and order of sale of the real
lov ng hearts. Sad indeed is it that more good sound cuss words without dependence yesterday morning. While in demand. The quotations are as fol ward Schrer. Among the noteworthy i
Our delinquent subscribers will please from dear
pro|»erty herein described, in favor of John
old mother has to suffer for violating the ethics of etiquette or the there he arranged a foot race between lows for Oregon : Burbanks, $l,50@$'..85: deaths are that of King Louis, ot Porta, j
Aspinwall, plaintiff’, and George L W
remember ttiat the first of the year is a the
rules of Lindley Murray, than most any
Burton and Elenor Burton, defendants, for
good time to turn over a new leaf and child.
Peerless, $1.50@$1.60; Garvents, $l.75@ gal; the ex-empress of Brazil, Count
sum of $6^.62 with interest thereon from
pay up for the paper one year in advance
other man could squeeze into a column.” Moreland. The race is for $500, $250 a $1.85. The quotation on Humbolt, Sa Moi, of Japan; Princess Augusta, Of
23d day of Xovrmher, 1Mb, at the rate
also pay up the delinquent subscription.
We can’t see how Douglass could be
of 10 per cent, per annnm. and costs of this
linas and Petaluma aie : Burbanks, $1.65
It does not seem much to you but over
I did on 4th day of December. 18W.
The following list of letters remaining blackmailed. His record in various parts ready been posted. The race is to take @$1.75, and Peerless $1.50@$1.60. The ot Italy; Cliarlotta Patti, Tamberlisk
$1200 of delinquent subscriptions is quite
duly levy upon the defendants’ teal proper
Pay up and bave a
ty situate in Yamhill county, Oregon, ami
a big pile for us.
San Francisco dealers make the follow
described as follows, to-wit:
January 2, 1890, for two weeks, will be
ing report; The potato market is again Father Gauazza, Lena Quesada and
The Committee Meets.
The southw'est quarter of the northeast
The citizens of Salem are subscribing sent to the dead letter office ns “un
> WHY will vou cough when Shiloh's cure higher and prices are very firm. There General Villacampa, of Spain; Marquis
quarter of rectfofi 30 in township 2 south of
liberally toward the amount required to claimed,” if not called for:
The Railroad committee met Monday I 1 will give immediate
’ !f Price 10ets.50 is no prospect of a marked decline in Torrearsa, Charles the Third, the Prince
range 4 west of the Willamct e meridian,
secure a railroad from that city to the Cronin, John
containing 40 acres of land
THE VOICE, when hoarse and husky
afternoon and elected J. W. Cowles cts. and $1. Sold by Rogers Bros
prices as long as the had weather con of Wales, King John, of Abyssinia;
sea It will be a grand thing for the Davis, Henry
Now. therefore, by virtue <»$ *aid execu
SHILOH’S Catarrh Remedy, a positive tinues, of which there is every ineication.
from overstrain or irritation of the vocal
Frazier, Mrs. L. II. i president and Geo. W. Jones, secretary. cure
tion, on Saturday.
for Catarrh. Diptheria' and Canker
capital city if they are successful in the LeMcsters, Ella
organs, is improved and strengthened try the
THE REV Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon razo, of Nicaragua; Counts Tolstoi and use of Ayer’s Cherry rectoral. Clergy
enterprise. Just as badly does Roseburg Moigan. John
THE 11th DAY OF J A NEARY, 1HH0,
"HzkCKMETACK.” a lastand fragrant Ind .says: ‘ Both myself and wife owe Schuvaloff, of Russia; Carl Rosa, ex men, 8ingers, Actors, and Public Speakers at th»* hour of 11 o’clock a. hl , at the court
need a railroad to the coast, and it will Merryfield, Wm.
the committee at Salem that McMinn
make secure a grand future for our city. Robison. George
President Laredo and General Carvaro,
house door, McMinnville, in said county
Stockhurst. Henry ville was ready, as soon as the weather J Kogers Bros.
Sold by Rogers Bros
aration. A specific for throat affections. It
and state, I will sell at public auction the
It would develop the great resources of Wood, Kitty
White, Mrs. Emma permitted, to determine the line of the j SHILOH’S cure will immediately relieve
relieves Croup and Whooping Cough, and is
ARE you made miserable by Indigestion,
above described real property of said de
Coos county and add materially to the Wright, J. L.
fendants, to the highest bidder for cash m
road and to survey the different passes ' Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis; I Constipation. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite. potitics, science, art, literature, law. war,
prosperity of all Southern Oregon. The
iivnd, to satisfy said judgment,
through the mountains.
local capitalists oi Douglas and Coos
j FOR Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you |
When calling for the above please say
counties should take the matter in hand
. _ ,, _ .
. . have a printed guarantee on every bottle of | A NASAL Injector free with each bottle but three men of more than transient Prepared by Dr. J.C. Averie Co.,Lowell, M ms . ' Batea this .'»th «lav of December, ldW»
J. C. C ooper ,
and see that work is begun next year on “advertised.”
' Dec 12:49)
‘ T. J. HARRIS,
John Maddox, of Goldendale, is in I Shiloh’s Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. j I of Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy; price 50 cents. fame, viz: Bright. Browning and Wilkie Bold
by all DrufiiaW. Price *1. .lx bottle.,
Sheriff of Yamhill County. Or.
the road.— Roseburg Review.
| Sold by Rogers Bro«.
the city, visiting his mother.
i Sold by Rogers Bros.
Hoping that our many friends and cus
tomers enjoyed a Merry Christmas, we
wish you all a Happy New Year.
We are still selling Drugs and Medicines
at the L
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Edwards & Derby,
E Red Front Grocery