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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1890)
ADVERTISE THE TOWN.
all night on a mvd flat .
For steel sir.'.s go to P. D. Glenn.
Try t'i".t imported Japan tea at the A Sample of the Inquiries Received The Danger Befalling a Searcher for Hon. Johu Wannamaker Make, His An
Union lodge No. 43 to G. F. Tucker,
Weekly by This Taper.
Real Estate In Astoria.
Red Front grocery.
lot 187, in Masonic cemetery, McMinn,
Thursday, January 9, 1890.
“Pearl Top” lamp chimneys; laige
Everyone knows that this city should
McMinnville people are investing in
This office is in leceipt of the report of ville, $4.
| size, 10c., at C. Griesen's.
be advertised. Literature of some kind Astoria real estate, among them Wm. the postmaster-general. The success or
F. W. Martin and wife to M. D. and
Call on P. D. Glenn, opposite livery : should be piinted for distribution. The Gilson, who has found the length, the failure of any administration is judged Elizabeth J. Coulter 27.10 acres, part of
From 7 a in. to 7 p. m From 8:30 p. stable to do your plumbing.
I newspapers of the city can not devote breadth and the depth of one of Astoria's more from the manner in which the local Nehemiah Martin, D. L. C.; also blocks
ni. to 9 p. m.
The Lindsay company played Richi- i all their space to descriptions of the city mud flats. It seems that he desired to postoffice is conducted If Tom, Dick 3 and 4, F. W. Martin’s addition to Mc
Money order hours from 7 a. tn. to 6 p. ni.
lieu last night to a good house.
Sunday from 3 p. m. to 3:30 p. in
and surrounding country. It is neces look up some acre property on the Lewis and Harry get every letter and paper Minnville ;$2,790.
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. m. Mail
N. E. Deskin to Samuel Longley lot 3,
Clyde Apperson is confined to bis home sary for the citizens of this city to pré and Clarke river, and accompanied by L that is supposed to have been mailed to
north closes at 3:20 p. tn. ami 9 p. iu .
I with every sympton of the grippe.
paie something for the many inquirers. Loughary left this city for Astoria. On them, the administration at Washington in block 8, Deskin’s addition to Newberg;
Prof. Galloway was giving some les If you think that tuatter could not be the 31st of December while the judge was is thought to be a glorious success. But, $50.
THE MARKET REPORT.
sons in iicrsemanship on the streets yes distributed to advantage to our city read warming his shins in front of a good coal if, on the contrary, one of the maiiv
Lee and Emma Laughlin to Jeremiah
. 'p bushel $ O) terday.
the following letters we have received fire, William started in a dugout to find millions of letters is lost, the powers that Williams lot in North Y'amhill; $10.
$2 00 to 2 50
Mrs. Dr. Burton, of Oakland, Cal., a during the past week :
John B. Fuson and Harriet Hadley to
doz 3 50 to 4 00
the land. The sea began to roll a little be are accused of all the misdemeanors
former resident of this city, is visiting
Holzworth 17.12 acres, part
agle S prings , C oryell C o ., Tex.,)
Bacon ¿Shoulders lb
Dec. 6, 1889. ) mud fiat which contained a solitary tree. points from the report as follows:
John Cary, I). L. C. ;$510.
(Hams p lb ..
T. B. Merry was in town yesterday.
E ditor T elephoxe -R eoister —l’lease
J. F. Allison and wife to Bird Parrish
"I have the honor to state that to the
Lara tin 5 10 g P a (1 j|on
He thinks the prospects for the electric send me a sample copy of your paper The tide was coming in, and in due
course of time our Yatnhiller was forced postmaster-general of the United States lot 129, 130 and 131, in Dayton ;$350.
motor are good.
i and all other iutormation obtainable re-
Butter, Creamery, 'fi roll
B. Dobmeir to Wm. Geldard 160 acres,
Wanted.—A girl capable of performing [ lating to your city. I want to leave to climb the tree or get wet. He never is committed the management of the
Butter, dull, fresh V roll 40
sec. 12; $500.
took water before so he took the tree. largest business concern in the world, se.
all kinds of housework. Enquire at W.
1» pound. 15 to
I Texas and am hunting up a new home.
E. E. and Hattie M. Goucher to C. A.
T. Booth <$ Son's.
When tho tide went down the sea quiet consisting of a central establishment
Dried apples, dull, 'fi pd.
Dried plums, dull, Vi pd.
J ames H. G atos .
ed, and the party made for the mainland with almost 60,000 branches, and em Wallace 2x100 feet of w. side of e. Si lot
The Leader at Corvallis is now an all
Dried prunes, dull, V( pd.
, T ate C o ., Miss.,) where they built a fire ar.d William rais ploying over 150,000 people. Its agents 2, block 16, Minnville; $50.
Dec. 22,1889. J
umns to the page,
...31 sack 1 0O to
Chas. Flint to the New England Mort
ed his umbrella to shield him from the embrace one-half of the civil list. It
Sugars, declined J4 cent 11. 12, 1and 13
E ditor T elephone -R egister : Sir—
piercing wind. The fire caught the um maintains communication between the gage Security company 7.252 acies, part
pounds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs.
$115; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents ft Josie Gortner was presented with and 1 have noticed that you send sample brella uubeknown to him and burned the near and the remote places of the coun Franklin Martin, D. L. C; $1.
copies of your paper free to those who
pound ; coal oil. very firm, (-r $2.75 “fl case; the watch is a beauty.
The New England Mortgage Security
cloth, and it was several hours before the try with frequency, celerity and security.
«alt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton,
The firm of Bird
Gates, general desire one. l’lease send me one and fact became known to the holder. Mr. Tue number and value of its messages company to W. H. Savage same; $810.
and is very firm
merchants at Lafayette, has been dis I oblige. Ilow is your climate and is
Jesse and Mary C. Hobson to Samuel
Gilson has the nmbrella on exhibition at are such tnat the imagination can scarce
solved, P. P. Gates retiring.
Oregon a healthy country. I intend to
LOCAL AND GENERAI..
bis ranch a few miles from this city. The ly form any conception of them. The Gause lots 5 and 6. block C. and part of
Last Saturday evening, at the opera go west soon, but have not yet decided
lots 23 and 24, block C., Hobson's ad
See tax notice in another column.
house, the Jingléis gave one of the best where to go. Send me all the printed party finally got back to the city after an capital in use in carrying on this vast
dition to Newberg; $200.
This is the heaviest fall ot snow in five
B. M. Moore and wife to Matilda Hodg
thing to eat. Land in this neighborhood woman and child in the United States.
The Roseburg Review issued a very neat!
son 27% acres, part Jesse Parish, D. L.
H enry K. J aunes .
Judge Lougl a-y is home again from
C. , and part Ira Orton. D. L C ; $2,000.
o Koseberg and surroundings.
M olise , E ik C o ., Neb.,) do not have to suffer the hardships men a money-making enterprise. It is not
Jacob Wisecarver and wife to John
Home-made candy, 15c. psr pound, at
120 acres of s. % sw. % and
Willamina-* Railroad Meeting.
ed an., an ably written review of the past men— Will you please send me sample
sw. Ji se. Ji sec. 26; $503.
The Lafayette Ledger is offered for sale year.
Proceedings of the railroad mass meet
William and Minnie Willis to Comfort
The postoffice is the visible form of the
copies of your paper of the last three or
by its owners.
For Sale—House and two corner lots. tour weeks’ issue. 1 intend to emigrate ing held at Willamina, Dec. 27th, have iederal government to every community V. Remington 50 acres, part Jas. Gaunt,
Use Gold Medal Borax soap. It is the The house has 7 rooms, all finished.
been sent to the Statesman, from whirl
D. L. C., and 30 acres, part Chas. S. Tus
best. At C. Griesen's.
Ba-n on lot. Pi ice, $1,1011. Call on T. in the spring, but have not yet decided it is learned that all are enthusiastic ovei and to every citizen. Its hand is the
D. L. C.; $2,300.
where to go. Oiegon, from wlat I have
A lady desires family sewing; will go
the prospects of the town. Judge Lucy
A. B. and Emma C. Faulconer to trus
to your house. Call on or address this
The electric dynamo has arrived, and read, would suit me. Send me all the was unanimously elected as a represents social interests, and business concern of
every neighborhood. It brings the gov tees First Church of Christ, Sheridan,
as the poles, wires and fixtuics are neai ly information you can, and by doing so,
tive of Willamina to confer with the rail
ernment to every door in the land and lot 6, block G, Sheridan ; $1.
Richard Knight the old gentleman who all in place we may soon expect to see you will greatly oblige
road officials, and other parties interest
Theodore J. Force to J. W. Force 80
broke his arm a week or so ago, is doing t.ie nights as bright as day.— Itemizer.
makes it the ready and faithful servitor
ed in building a railroad from the Will
Cheapest , strongest and best—YVright’i
>i every interest of commerce and so j acres, part Thos. M. Wright, D. L. C.; I
J ames N. S porke .
ainette to the coast. The chair appoint
svrup of sarsaparilla. Boils,
The Lewis & Dryden Railroad Guide compound
B uvant , B vtler C o ., Kans.,) ed a committee consisting of H. Ballet ciety. The people, from whom alone $1,300.
pimples and erysipelas flee before it.
David and Louise C. Walthall to Lou
man was ill the city the ¡alter part of Cleanses and enriches the blood. Sold
Dec. 24,1889. J
-his all-pervading agency springs into
T elephone -R egister P rop ’ s : Sira— Thomas Langdon and C. C. Linden, to action, and by whose encouragement ise N. Woods, lots 3 and 4 and part of I
by Rogers Bros.
prepare some statistics and report on th<
■lone it can supply their jealous needs, 25 and 26, Hobson’s addition to New
Wm. Kuns, the Independence baker,
A merciful man—who keeps hi-, stock Send me a sample copy of vout paper,
has been in town several days, visiting in prime condition by the use of Wright’s last issue ; also some back ones, if pos evening of December 28th, at which firm «imply want the system administered berg : $900.
the committee on statistics returned th.
his best girl.
Jesse Edwards and wife to David Walt-1
Arabian condition powders. Curescolds, sible.
with such efficiency and economy that it
following report: “We find the amoun
P. D. Glenn carries a full line of pipe I ¡stem per, inflamed lungs, heaves. < • ives
H enry J erday .
shall offer them more and more accom- hall jr., north Jj block 20, Edward’s ad-'
of grain in this immediate vicinity an
and fittings. Give him a call. Opposite glossy coat. Sold by Rogers Bros.
A labaster , J osco C o ., Mich.,)
nodations and tax them less and less. dilion to Newberg; $135.
The council committee on fire ami wa
Dec. 23, 1889. j that would be shipped from this point The only method I can suggest by which
Hosea A. Snell and wife to Richard L. ;
A young lady of German descent wishes ter are negotiating with Chicago and San
E ditor T elephone -R egister : Sir— had we facilites to handle it, to be one «11 their desiies may be gratified, is not Churchman, lots 6, 7 and 8 and south Ja '
employment at house work. Call at Francisco firms for the purchase ot new Can you give me information concerning hundred thousand bushels per annum;
merely to talk about the application of of lots 1, 2 and 3, block 10, Sheridan;!
hose, a hose cart and a hook-and-ladder
postoffice tailor shop.
truck for the McMinnville fire depart the climate, and the possibilities for number of beeves fatted, one thousan-
msiness principles to the department; it $900.
A. It. Apperson has traded his fine ment.
a liai d-working mechanic in Yam head; hogs, one thousand head; hay- <8 really to apply them. It is not to
Robt. W. Snell and wife to Richard L i
swell-body cutter to C. A. Wallace for a
There will be Presbyterian services at hill county. Your paper has been one thousand tons, flouring milis, capac work in poor quarters; it is not to trans Churchman, north % of lots 1, 2 and 3, ;
share of creamery stock.
the Opera house on Sunday, January 12, seen in our neighborhood several times ity, fifty barrels per day ; furniture facto
tort mails afoot w hen they should g > in block 18, Sheridan ; $140.
Wanted—Work. Millinery preferred. both morning and evening at the usual
iv, etc; large area of tillable lind unoc
A. B. Faulconer et ux to C. H. Van j
Call on or address Mrs. A. E. Stuart, boms. Rev W. A. Willison, of l’o t- and several families of us intend to leave
railroad trains; it is not to tolerate do-
cupied ; amount of merchandise sold an
milliner, McMinnville, Or.
Horn, lots 1 mid 8 and east Ja of lots 2
land, officiating. All are cordially in for Oregon about the first of May. Will
you send me several copies of the “Re. Dually, $50,090. Besides the water pow can be had ; it is not, finally, to keep un and 7, block 19, Faulconer,s 2d addition
McMudville will be our name when vited.
or Oregon,” the same as you er alreadv utilized we find that the Yam willingly abreast of the times. It is al to Sheridan; $137.
the thaw commences. It is about time
Several houses have been built by the
for us to think of pavements.
owners of the Oak Park property and sent to Mr. Irwin, of this town. I would hill river, by building a ditch one-hal ways to lead the times.
S. A. D. Walker and wife to G. F. and
O. V. Watkins, the surveyor, has re- are now for sale. The compiiiv will like to have your opinion of Y'amhill mile in extent at comparatively no co«t
A. E. Bullock, lota 5, 6, 7 and 8, block
terned to town and is prepared to do all build houses for people who purclia e county. Fiom what I can learn by read could be brought here with a twenty-four
postoffice department have doubled. In 11, Mrs. P. W. Chandler's addition to
lots tn the addition for the actual eost < f
kinds of work at the shortest notice.
ing, I think Yamhiil county is as good a foot head and afford unlimited power.’ ten years more, by all the laws of McMinnville; $150.
labor and material.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFE.
Parties knowing themselves indebted
county as is in the state, but some of the It is expected that this committee, or a growth, they will nearly have doubled
Edward and Flora Gillespie to J. T.
The John S. Lindsay company played
to Kay & Todd will confer a favorbv set
people who will leave w hen I do think
again. To-day’s work, the routine forms, Byers, 83 acres, sec. 5, t. 3 s.,r. 5 w.;
tling the account on or before January Ingomar at the opera house Monday
n-glit. This is spoken of as one of the that Jackson countv is the best county trade to-morrow night, at which time the the methods of o|>eration. the relations $803.
best plays ever presented to a McMinn Please be sure and answer this letter matter of building a railroad from Salem
J. B. and A. C. Gardner to Wheelock
Several parties from Dayton and ether ville audience. The company rendered
to tide water will be thoroughly dis of clerks and officials are almost as crude Simmons, 6,107 square feet in the city ot
and oblige a homeseeker.
towns a tended the performance of the Lady of Lyons Tuesday evening.
is they were in the beginning. The
Lady of Lyons at ttie opera hosse Tues
point of the great question which con McMinnville; $900.
This is poetry, you bet:
erry T homas .
Wm. Hall and wife to Leo J. Patter
Mud, mild, the beautiful mud.
tinually fo-ces itself forward i«, how long
SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST.
Apperson will commence his fifth an
S pringfield , Ohio,)
son, lots 1 and 2, block 2, Mrs. Chand
That would raise a spud in the street.
nual clearance sale next Monday, Jan Oh. this mud. this read-headed mud.
Dec. 27, 1889. )
ler’s addition to McMinnville; $300.
uary 13th. See announcement on an
This thick, gummy mild’s liar.! to beat. I E ditor T elephone -R egister : Sir— not long since at Tacoma by the novel
B. P. Cardwell and wife to Frank M.
method of advertising adopted by th<
The big edition of the T elephone -R eg Y our notice stating that sample copie Humboldt House, corner of Fourteenth
Hnddleson, lots 6 and 7, block 2, Lip
Jas. Fletcher went out to the hills the ister devoted to McMinnville will be a paper would be sent free to people de
Never Fail to Protect their Contents against Both Fire and Burglars.
first of the week to hunt coyotes, but beauty. Forty two cuts have already :
and A streets. One day a man was hired master-general according to population pincott’s addition to Dayton; $175.
did not find any. He found about three been ordered for the paper. Y'ott should
to parade a wheelbarrow with but one and territory, each office in the district
ARE you made miserable by Indigestion,
feet of snow, however.
send one ot the papers to vour friends in write you to send me one and all othei brick in it all day, and his behavior was to be visited at stated times and records Constipation. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
afe and ock
Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi
A new string band lias been organized
Factor»', CINCINNATI, OHIO.
cerning Oregon. Send the paper to C. so outside the ordinary that he fooled made and kept showing, first, the ca tive cure; sold by Kogers Bros.
in the city, consisting ot five pieces and apiece.
even the police. In the morning this pacity of the postmaster; second, his
A NASAL Injector free with each bottle
wdl be ready for business after Feb, 1st.
The weekness and debility which re A. Bradley, 204 South Sixth st., Spring man took eight bricks and left one at
personal attention to his duties; third, of Shiloh's i atarrli Reuie<ly; price SO cents.
Good music will be guaranteed.
sult from sickness may be speedily over field, Ohio.
C. A. B.
by Rogers Bros.
New Y’ork City; Portland, Me.; Boston; Philadelphia; Cleveland; Chicago;
♦200,000 to loan by the American Mort come by the use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
Let us all say that the town is to be
WHY' will you cough when Shiloh's cure Louisville; St. Louis; Kansas City; Omaha ; Minneapolis ; St. Paul ; New Orleans ;
gage Co., on farm land, for a term ot This is a safe, but powerful tonic, assists advertised. The sum to be not less than street on Pacific avenue. Then with one mirth, the growth of the business, with will give immediate releif Price 10 cts, 50
San Francisco; Los Angeles; San Diego; Portland, Oreg.; Nashville, Tenn’
years. No commission, no brokerage.
and $1. Sold by Rogers Bros
Richmond, Va.: Milwaukee, Wis.; Evansville, Ind.; Atlanta, Ga.
F. W. Fenton, attorney at McMinnville. neys, and cleanses the blood of all germs $503. Who will be the next?
SHILOH'S I'atarrli Remedy, a positive
T elephone -R egister ...................... $10 00 rounds. The first time he came to a on. The postmasters of the presidential cure
Grissen & Waugaman commenced cut
brick, he stopped, deliberately placed classes in each district Bhottld be classi
Mouth. Sold by- Rogers Bros.
Last Saturday evening a partv of four Frank Storey.................................... 1 0 j
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
ting ice yesterday morning over on the
bis brick on the ground, replaced it with fied into three grades, namely. ‘A,’ to
“HACKMETACK,” a lastand fragrant
Sax reservoir. It is about as thick as it
the other, looked at his watch and pass be marked ‘highest;’ ‘B,’ marked ‘ex perfume; price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by
ever gets here, being neaily four inches. cinity came down to hear the Jinglers
But few times in the history of Mc ed on. At the next corner the operation eellent,’ and ‘C,’ marked ‘fair,’ and all Rogers Bros.
sing, and when near the creamery their
Every imaginable kind of a sleigh is to improvised sled broke down, and the Minnville has a better actor visited the
was repeated. He ¡refrained from ans under the low mark to be reported for
be seen on our streets, from the hand party were obliged to Walk into town.
made one of oak saplings to the swell Sleighs were provided at a livery stable town than John S. Lindsay. His sup wering any questions and kept on his such action as the department may deem
You will find the most complete
The teachers’ institute for the Third
port is fa r but he carries the play. As rounds in the same way until he came to proper to take. Those who receive the
box cutter costing a share in the cream for their return trip.
Ingomar tiie barbarian he took the house the corner of Fourteenth street, when highest marking ought to be reported to judicial district, comprising the counties
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Lessees of reservation lands are hold
Crockery and Glassware. Stand
Sleighing parties have been enjoying ing like grim death to their possessions, bystoim; as Claude Melnotte, in the he quietly went down to the llumbolt the president for honorable mention and of Marion, Polk, Linn, Y'amhill and Til Portland and San Francisco,
and Library Lamps
the snow and moonlight nights to the and the majority have, or will have, “Lady of Lyons” he pleased the people, house, entered the bar, bought and paid preferment. The supervisors would have lamook is due this year in Linn county,
fullest extent. In the Willamette valley large crops sown for the next season’s but as Richelieu he was perfect. This is
Ever Brought to the City.
for a drink, only to repeat the same per to be experienced in the postal laws and and State Superintendent McElroy has
sleighing like this has been is very rare harvest. The Indian is not averse to the
California Express Trains Run Daily
Teas and Goffes a special
airangement, as t e is enabled to obtain
ty; Roast Coffee ground free of
ceived showers of applause. The people for being crazy, but was released, ami thusiasm for the protection of the svs second week in March, at which time a BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
Goods delivered tree to
Several of our prominent citizens arc ' a rental from land that would otherwise
ony part of the city.
daily seen on the streets wii h grippe ini remain uncultivated and unprofitable.— o. this city have not been educated up to the next day appeared with his wheel tem, instruct the poftmasters and clerks laige attendance is expected and an in
attending classic plays, and when Ingo barrow and a big Humboldt house pla point out possible improvements in the teresting session.
their hand. They are not prepared for a ' E. 0.
J. H HENDERSON, Prop.
4.00 p mlSaiiFraneisco 7.45pm
journey; no, not at all; they would let
Studies were resumed at the public mar ojiened, only a few were in the bouse card. The newspapers talked about the offices, and enlarge the business; to as
San Fran. 7:00 p tn Portland
10.45 ¡ in
go la grippe if they could.
schools on Monday, but the attendance but the Lady of Lyons received a larger crazy procedure and gave a hotel no certain and keep the postmaster-general
Local Passenger Daily, except Sunday
Mr. J. F. Hargis arrived in McMinn was n t quite up to the standard before house, and Richelieu a still larger house. toriety it had never heard before.
continually advised; in short, exactly
ville yesterday from northwestern Kan
Portia .1.1. 8 :05 a in Eugene.
2:4O p ni
State Tax Levy Made.
9:00 a m|Portland . 3:45 pm
sas. He Is stopping with Mr. Spring, on
college side, and if he likes our country
The state executive board, consisting
exposure, and scholars are better off at than any dramatic company which has
will bring his family here.
how the people of each community are
A Journal for Adevrtisers.
schcol than at home playing out in the i
of Gov. Pennoyer, Secretary of State Mc
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
ever visited the city.
satisfied with the postal service.”
Pe.rv Leabo had the misfortune to snow.
Bride and Treasurer Webb, met in the
For accommodation of Second (’lass Pas
break his arm near the wrist on Sunday. (
“It is related that Postmaster Benja
A Colored Convict.
sengers attached to express trains.
PRINTERS’ INK in just what it
office of the latter yesterday, and made a
lie was trying to lasso a cdf, when his ! Oieomargerine is being used to a con
min Fianklin was quite occupied and not
F p. Company’s Ferry makes con purports to be, “a journal for adver
horse fell with him. Des. Galbreath & ' siderable extent in some of the inferior
One more name was added to the roll levy of taxes for state purposes for the
nection with all the regular trains on th«
Goucher reduced the fracture.
restaurants of the city. Those who serve of convicts at the state penitentiary last year 1890 as follows : For general ex
tisers.” It is issued on the 1st and
East Side Division from foot of 1’ street
seventv-five postoffices. From the small
the deleterious stuff io customers are ex
15th days of each month, and is the
R. C. C. C.—Red Cross Cough Cure. I pected to notify them of its cha acter, night. Deputy Misener came up with Dense fund, five and twentv-three-thirty-
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Will remove the most obstinate cough/ but this they won’t do. Bv the rep >rt ot him last night. The law breaker was a fifths mills; university tax one-seventh beginning indicated in the e.rly records
representativo journal—the trade
the postal system has grown marvelously. Blood-purlller, Ayer’s Sarsaparilla leads
Cures asthma and bronchitis. Cannot be j the revenue officer for 1889 it is seen that
journal, so to speak—of American
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
exce led for whooping cough.
Heals . neatly $403 was received for licenses to I colored man named J. R. Wallace, who mills; military tax, one-fifth mill, mak In fifteen years its advancement has all others ir. age, merit, and popularity. It
advertisers. It tells the intending
lungs and threat. Sold by Rogers Bros. | use the fraudulent butter in Portland.— I
up the system, improves the appetite,
been even more astonishing, as the fol tones
Portland . 7 :30 a m McMinn’ 10:13 a hi and inexperienced advertiser in
strengthens the nerves, and vitalizes the
for which he will pay the penalty is that the state ¡ b $101,586,472, a six mill tax
Will Holm in is now proprietor of the ' llefcomr,
<’orvallis. 12:25 p I!)
lowing figures are enough to show :
Blood. Just what you need. Try it.
Cook house, having taken charge on i
1 :.‘»O p in McMinn’
of larceny, he having plead guilty to the upon which will raise a revenue of $609.-
3:11 p m plain comprehensive articles how,
“ I am selling your goods freely, and more
3:44 pm Portland. G:2<)p m when anti where to advertise; how
Tuesday of this week. Wo wish Will j A Long creek girl named Short, long stealing of a watch. There are now 312 518.83, or $574,689.10 for general expens First-class offices.
of AVer’s Sarsaparilla than of all other Mood
medicines put together.”—R. A. McWilliams,
abundant success, and hope iiis house I
At Albany and Corvallis coime« t with to write an advertisement; how to
Grand Rapids, Mich.
will soon become the envy of all on the | Lnlle, little thinking of Short, loved a men under Waiden McKinnon’s roof, es, $14,512.35 for university, and $20,. Third-class offices . .
trains of Oregon Pacific.
display one; what newspapers or
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
story short, Little proposed to Long, ami
other media to use; how much to
47,466 Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &Co., Lowell, M ms .
LEA A ft.
There are at present Just 116 news-1 Short longed to be with Little’s short Mr. Misener lias brought his share of ion county will pay to the general ex Carriers.......................
Price ; six bottles, $•>. Worth $5 a bottle.
Portland . 4:50 pm
M .00 p m exjiend—in fact discources on ev
papers published in Oregon. Ot these comings. SoSho.-t, meeting Long, threat them, having landed nineteen there last pense fund $35,738.60; to the uuiversitv Subcarriers................... . 2.035
McMinn’ 5:45 a m|
9:00 am ery point that admits of profitable
four are published in Benton county, five ened to marry Little before Long, winch month, lie thinks he will bring no less fund, $902.49, and to the military fund,
and discussion. If you advertise at all,
in Linn, five in Lane and six in Yamhill, j caused Little in a short time to marry thin thirty-live during January.— States- $2,165.97, or $37,904.59 in all. In addi Ry mail ser., total empy 8
East via California
Notice to Taxpayers.
In Portland twenty-one aie issued, thiee Long. Query: Did tall Short love big man.
tion to this Marion county haB levied a Star routes.................
Ticket offices. No 134, c«»rner First and Printers’ Ink can hep you. Per
of th“se being dai.ies.
Little less because big Little loved little
Notice is hereby given that the tax book8 Alder street«, Portland, Oregon; corner haps you expend but Ten Dollars a
county tax of nine mills, school five mills Steamboat................
Front and F streets, Portland
The state tax levy has just been made
year in advertising; if so, Printers’
1889, are now in my hands for the collection
Last Fi idav evening several couples of and indigent soldiers’ tax of two-tenths Railroad.......................
and is six mills. This, together with
E r ROGERS
of taxes, and that myself, or deputy, will R KOK LI II
Ink may show you how to obtain
the county and school levy, which are
young people took a sleigh ride out to
visit the various precincts of said countv
double the service you are now get
eleven and five mills respectively, makes
Estate of Harris & Haney; semi-annu- Addie Braly’s, where the evening was twenty and two-tenths mills in all. The Sub steamboat...............
as follows, between the hours of 10 o’clock
19,190 a m. ard 4 o’clock p m. for the purpose
the total twenty-two mills, or two mills . 1 account allowed: sale of personalty
ting for half the money.
enjoyed uery much indeed. This sur amounts to he raised by the county levy Mail messengers...........
6,434 of collecting said tax:
larger than last year.
approved; order to pay partnership prise was such a success the boys, who will be $56,856.87 for county purposes; Special dcliv’ry m’gr’s
Wheatland. Monday, January 27,1890
The Newberg Graphic is thirteen months claims allowed.
Proprietors of the
copy costs but five cents. Advertis
Dayton, Tuesday. January 28.
$31,587.15 for school purposes, and $2,
old, and we guess it has changed pro- - Estate of Eliza Stater; final account al
Lafayette, Wednesday. January 29
ing is an art practiced by many but
Dundee, Thursday, January 30
sleighing with their fair companions, 165.07 for indigent soldiers, making $90,- Second-class ...........
prietors nearly thirteen times. E. If. ;
understood by few. The conduct
Friday. January *31.
Woodward is its peesent owner, and as
visited at R. B. McDonald’s Monday 609.98, which, together with all the state Th ir«l-class
West Chehalem* Saturday. February 1.
The neatest place in the city Animals ors of Printers' Ink understand it
he lias good business qualifications we
Estate of Jas. McCulloch ; final account evening; Frank Wright’s Tuesday even tax, makes $126,514.55 in all.— Statesman. * Fourth-class
North Yamhill, Monday, February*3
carefully selected for killing—Insuring the thoroughly.
look for improvements.
Surely their advice,
allowed, claims to be paid.
59,838 ! Carlton, Tuesday, February 4
Poultry, etc , bought and
ing, and at Mr Br.dy’s again last night,
From Cook Up.
sold Highest market price paid for every based on an experience of more than
On Monday J. B. Warner, from near
Guardianship of Chas. Caldwell; peti
Willamina. Thu-sdav, February 6.
The Oregon City Courier heaps coals
Newberg, was brought before fudge tion to sell grain allowed.
25 years will help you. Address;
Total emply’s in P. O. serv.
150,935 I Sheridan, Friday, February 7.
Loughary and was examined as to his
R ichie —January 6, 1890, to the wife of on the republican fire in this style: “The
Amity, Saturday, February 8.
GEO P. ROWELL'S
sanity by Dr. Goucher. He was taken I
Richie, the painter, a son.
North and South McMinnville, Monday Sheriff Sale Under Execution.
possibility that Hon. L. T. Barin may
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
to the asylum by Deputy Sheriff Todd ; tor discharged.
and Tuesday, February 10 and 11
10 Spruce St., New York
and J. I. Knight .Monday afternoon.
Estate of Wm. Roberts; first semi-an B ewley .—To the wife of Ros Bewley, on become United States marshal for Ore
All persons are notified to be present at
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
Wednesduv, Janttarv 8, 1890, two hie gon causes many angry, sneering re
said appointments and settle their taxes, or
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
Wanted—A position as grocery clerk, . nual account approved.
pay the same to me at my office, within 30
marks among republicans. D. P. Thomp When she was a Child, she cried Lor Castoria,
in a reliable store, by an exptrienc-dj
days from the dates above mentioned. If court of the state of Oregon, for Yamhill
Hopp Spring* Eternal.
This knocks us all out.
son, for instance, expresses surprise that When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
hand. Can furnish best of referen.es
not paid by the expiration of 30davs. costs county, on the 25th day of November. 1889.
will W added, as specified by section 2795, upon a decree and order of sale of the real
and recommendations. My motto—1 will
A Salemite was interviewed by the
his cook should be rising so fast in this
Revised Statutes—pay your taxes or costs property herein described, in favor of John
and must have employment. Address, Pendleton Tribune recently regarding the Mit rtleff — KN»,. — . , McMinnville, world. The banker playfully alludes to When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria
Aspinwall, plaintiff, and George L W
will be made.
F. A. 8., Box 0., McMinnville, Oregon.
Burton and Elenor Burton, defendants, for
building of the railroad to the sea. The
T J HARRIS, Sheriff.
the time when he was a surveyor and
the sum of $68.62 with interest thereon from B. CLARK
Shnrtleff to Mrs. A. O. Knott; Rev. employed Mr. Barin as cook for his crew.
Messrs. George Anderson and John interview was as follows : “How are you
23d lay of November, 18*9. at the rate
Remlev are the champions in timber cut getting along with that laihoad you’re I Wiley- Knowles, officiating.
However, when Mr Thompson was work
ting, having cut and placed in the water :
writ. I did on 4th day of December. 1889.
ing at the forge in Oregon City, with an
in the short space of twelve days 110,000 j going to build from Salem to the sea?”
duly levy upon the «lefendants’ real proper
The lollowtng list of letters remaining i
ty situate in Yamhill county, Oregon, and Furniture of all the Latest Styles made to
feet of lumber. If there is any two men asked a Pendleton man of a Salemite up \\ A tkins —On Thursday, January 21, open treatise on surveying near the an
(fescribed as follows, to-wit:
who can beat this, let them step to the j in Portland a day or two since. “Oh,
1890, at Lafayette, ot dropsy, N. J. vil, in order, that he might study and in the postoffice at McMinnville, Oregon, ’
order In Oak, Ash or any Wood
The southwest quarter of the northcast
Proprietors of The McMinnville
front.— Centralia Xeus.
Watkins. Mr. Watkins is the father work, he was his own cook.
January 8, 1890, for two weeks, will be I
quarter section 36 in township 2 south of
first-rate; we’ve got the bill boards
-ange 4 west of the Willamette meridian,
A small boy who licked a piece of rail-' painted, and our Statesman’s just whoop
sent to the dead letter office as “un- TILE
FINE WORKMANSHIP A SPECIALTY!
road iron to-day, left enough of his ing up things in great shape. That road
i claimed,” if not called for:
Now. therefore, by virtue of said execu
tongue when he got loose to make a 1
J ohnson —Cn Wednesday evening Inez,
To music loving people tho Hyers sis Albertson,W. F.
tion, on Saturday.
satisfactory lunch for a dog which fol
daughter of C. D. Johnson, of pneumo ters in “Out of Bondage” was a treat. Loy, John
Newcomb, Mollie *>
Situated at the Southwest corner of the ! THE 11th DAY OF JANUARY. 1890, I Orders taken for all kinds of work and
lowed him. The boy is now wrapped in ' Vanderbilt system a year hence.” Keep
Netherton, J. B.
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
anguish and bitter regret.
at the hour of 11 o’clock a. m., at the court I satisfaction guaranteed. Call at factory
your eye on this.
Miss Johnson was one of the best liked
Pattvs of their race, and everyone who Taylor, John
house door, McMinnville, in said county and see specimens of furniture,
First-Class Drain Tile
The best anodyne and expectorant for
Wolford, J. M.
THE REV Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon young ladies in the town. She was tak- I attended the show pronounced it first
and state, I will sell at public auction the
the cure of colds and coughs and all 1 Ind .says: “Both myself and wife owe! en ill Tuesday, but nothing serious was j
When calling for the above please say kept constantly on hand at lowest living above described real property of said de
Do not buy without first seeing the furni
clasB in every pa'ticular. The singing
th oat, lung and bronchial troubles, is. our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. ' i
fendants, to the highest bidder for cash in ture manufactured here in your own state
EDWARDS & DERBY,
J. C. C ooper ,
anticipated. The news of her death was :
undoubtedly. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Sold by Rogers Bros
to satisfy said judgment, costs and
by the sisters was fine. We do not rec
McMi inville, Oregon hend,
Ask your druggist for it, and, at the
SHILOH'S cure will immediately relieve i a great surprise. Her death Occurred ollect ever having seen in McMinnville a
Dated this 5th «lav of December. 1889
same’tinie, for Ayer’s almanac, which ¡8 Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis; ’ just as this paper was ready for the press finer voice than that of Miss Madah
(Dec 12 19)
* T. J HARRIS,
ftee to a1).
sold by Roger« Ri os.
so the scanty notice.
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Or.
Prices Coasistent with Good Work.
Hoping that our many friends and cus
tomers enjoyed a Merry Christinas, we
wish you all a Happy New Year.
We are still selling Drugs and Medicines
at the L owest R
«ALL’S SAFES ARE THE BEST.
SECOND HAND SAFES AT A BARGAIN.
Combination Locks Furnished and Repairing a Specialty.
HALT ’S STANDARD SAFES
Southern Pacific Cffiiipiiny's Lincs
THE MOl.YT SHASTA ROLTE
l*iilliiiiiii Buffet Sleepers
E Red Front Grocery E
TRIPLETT & BOND.
Edwards & Derby,
Children Cry for