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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1890)
FIFTH ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE!
Monday, January 13th, and will continue until close of* business on Saturday, Marell 1st.
During this Sale we shall offer our Entire Stock—$25,000 worth of General Merchandise at greatly Reduced Prices. The only reserve will he some articles in Groceries and General Merchandise—whpn mAnnftrtnr.
ers fix prices that will not admit of cutting. Come early for best selections before stock is badly broken. During this sale it will be our purpose to sell goods low enough to convince the most skeptical that McMinnville
can sell as low as Portland or elsewhere, quality of goods considered.
All I Want is Same Terms Extended to Portland Houses-Cash on Delivery of Goods.
This Salt* Will be conducted as nearly on the
CASH PLAN as possible—No time to keep up book accounts.
As we have made arrangememts with new Eastern houses and manufacturers, by which we have Exclusive Sale in this place.
We must make room for new Stock and want Cash.
It shall be our purpose to close out certain lines entirely. These will be slaughtered at prices that cannot
be duplicated when this sale is over. We do not intend to be undersold for same grade of goods here or
elsewhere—qualities must be considered, as good goods cannot be bought and sold as low as the trash of
auction houses. Darwin says its the survival of the fittest Tour money must talk
A. J. APPERSON
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. I
DESECRATING THE MEMORY OF
WHAT IS TO BE DONE.
For second-class we receive
only 25 cents per ton.
Things are al
most at starvation point and there are
crowds of idle men.
Galveston, Tex.—Workingmen every
where are warned to stay away. The
streets are crowded with idle men
caused by the pooling of the cotton pres
ses in this city. Every bale of cotton is
handled by contract, and one man is now
compelled to do as much work as three
men formerly did. The Santa l'e rail
way has cut its men from $1.75 to $1.50
Mich. — Carpenters
warned against the misleading advertise
ments of the George T. Smith Purifier
company, of this city, for men wanted.
Plenty of idle men are here now. This
company compels its employes to buy a
lot irom the company. Failure to do so
means to be laid off indefinitely by the
company. Work is slack at the same
time they are advertising.
Spokane Falls, W. T.—Mechanics and
laborers are advised to stay away from
here. The town is almost entirely des
troyed, the season is late for commencing
building operations, and material is very
scarce. There are crowds of idle men
Give no heed to advertise
ments. They are paid for by schemers
who desire to be benefitted by crowding
the city with an army of unemployed
Bay City. Mich.—There are advertise
ments in the papers from time to time
that men are wanted in the Saginaw val
ley. Some advertise for house carper.«
ters, and some for men to work in the
woods, mills and factories. There are
no men wanted here. Crowds of men
are walking the streets, unable to find
employment. Many have spent their
last cent in coming here, only to find out
that they have been deceived by the
lumber kings and contractors.
A peculiarly pathetic incident marked
the closing of the life of Alonzo Stoddard
the well known baritone. As he lay de
lirious in the hospital a sudden inspira
tion seemed to revivify him. and to the
wonder of all, lie sat upright on his couch
and began to sing in his familiar robust
voice one of hts favorite operatic solos.
He never sang with more feeling or mote
beauty of tone. The song was sung
from beginning to end, the last notes
died away and just as they ended the
singer fell back in his bed dead.
The state of the labor market is ap
palling as the following notices to labor
ing men show. They were clipped from
the Journal of United Labor, the official
On» Copy, per year, inailvance.......
organ of the Knights of Labor:
I 00 j
i'no Copy, six months in advace...
Cedar Mines, Iowa.—Mines and mine
laborers are requested to stay away from
Entered at the postoflice at McMinnville
Oregon, as second-class matter.
Utica, N. Y.—Shoemakers are request
Tur advzbtisixo R ates of T iik T ki . k -
to stay away from this town as there
rxoxE-RioiSTKB are liberal, taking in
consideration tlie circulation. Single
inch. $1.00; each subsequent inch, $.7.5.
Oliver Spring, Tenn.—MineiB and mine
Special inducements for yearly or serni-
“Caitorla is so well adapted to children that Caatorte cures Colic, OoMtlpation,
laborers are warned to stay away from
Germany’s pension law for laborers
[ recommend it as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
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here, as the men are on a strike against
will include 12,000,000 persons. Every
H. A. A bchkr , M. D.,
A ll C ommunications M i st B e S igned B y
a reduction in prices.
working man, according to his wages,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
the person who sends them, not for pub
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promote« di
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
Rich Hill, Mo.—Miners and smelter-
must pay from 3 to 7,’2 cents per week.
de plume.” but for a guarantee of good
ingmen are requested to stay away from
The employer must pay the same for
Without injurious medication.
faith. No publications will be published
this place. Wages are very low and many
each laborer, and the government must
unless so signed.
T hk Carrara C ompany , 77 Murray Street, N. Y
* * *
idle men are around.
J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted
Sioux City, Iowa.—Mechanics and la
The pension will be paid to the sick and
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
the best in Yamhill county and as good
borera are requested to stay away from
all over 70 years. The pension is from
as any in the state A complete steam
this place, as it is crowded with idle men
$26 to $41 per year. That sum is one-
plant insures quick work.
and work is almost at a standstill.
third of the wages paid in that country.
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or
Greenville, Mich.—Mechanics and la
the editorial or business departments, to
President Van Horn, of the Canadian
T he T elephone -R egister . McMinnville,
borers are warned to stay away from
Pacific railroad, thinks that a journey
here, as the place is now crowded with
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around the world will be made in thirty
idle men, and work is at a standstill.
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis
ter will be mailed to any person in the
eight days within a few years. This will
Sioux Falls, S. Dak.—Mechanics and
United States or Europe, who desires one,
be when the great trans-Asiatic railroad
laborers are warned to stay away from
free of charge
across Russia is completed, with ships
here, as work is at a standstill until
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W e I nvite Y ou To C ompare T he T ele
crossing the Pacific in five days and the
spring. There is nothing doing during
phone -R egister with any other paper
journey from the Atlantic to the Pacific
published in Yamhill county.
the winter months.
made in four days, which can be done
Hua Claire, Wis.—Laboring men are
Soon Lots will bo scarce and Command a Higher Price.
All eubecribern irho do not reccire thrir
All that will be needed will be
warned to stay away, as the place is now-
paper regularly will roofer a favor by im
close connections between boat and rail
crowded with idle men. Give no heed to
mediately reporting the nine to thin offire.
at every point.
adveitisments encouraging men to come
Price Ranges $50 up. For full particulars apply to
J. I. KNIGHT
Thursday, February 6, 1890.
THE INVESTMENT CO.,
Archbishop Gross of this state has or
Colorado.—All coal miners are request
JAS. FLETCHER <V CO..
49 Stark St., Portland, Or.
ed to stay away from Lafayette and Can-
Real Estate Agents, McMinnville
F. BARNEKOFF A CO..
McMinnville Flouring Mills
astical jurisdiction, in order to ward off
field, Boulder county, Col. Union mi
The net debt of New York City is over
the scourge of "la grippe,” or influenza.
ners are on a strike against, reduction of
$98,000,000, and that of Brooklyn is over
His grace requests the fteople to stop
The two cities during the
cursing, drunkenness and other sins, for
New Derry, 1’a.—Miners and mine la
past year have added over $10,009,000 to
only hv sin hath death entered into this
borers are warned to stay away from this
There is a strike in progress
Henry Okawa, a Japanese student in
against a reduction in wages.
The following new ruling has just been
Dallas, Tex.—Mechanics and laborers
the Willamette University, at Salem,
Oregon, died on the 18th inst. of malarial
are requested to stay away from here as made by the board of Bchool land com
We desire to announce to the farmers of Yam
(Formerly Cook House.)
missioners, in tlie matter of quit claim McCALL &. HOLMAN,
the place is crowded with idle men.
hill county that we have opened up a completi1
Young Okawa had been three
Brazil, Ind.—Miners and mine labor deeds to certain swamp land.
line of Agricultural Implements and Farm Ma
years at school in Salem.
$1 00 to $2.00 Pl® D ay .
ers arc warned to stay away from this Oregon land department: In the matter
This Hotel lias been thoroughly reno
The estate of the late A. T. Stewart, of
region as there is a strike in progress of the application of M. O. Casson et al vated. and is setting the best table in the
RESULT OF A PLOW TEST.
valley. Meals, 25 and 50 cents
New York, has at last been settled. The
caused by the operators insisting upon a for quit claim deeds to certain swamp and lodging. $5.00 per week.
result is that the lawyers and relatives
twenty-five per cent reduction on last
M c M innville . O r ., October 9, 1S89
get $5,000,000, while Judge Hilton keeps
laws of Oregon relating to swamp lands,
Messrs. J G Ballinger. <t Co.. Implement Dealers. Mc
the balance of $35,000,000.
Moss Point and Scranton, Miss.—Me approved Feb. 25th, 1889, homestead
G entlemen :—In accordance with our agreement with
and laborers of all kinds are re and pre-emption settlers on such lands ''tao7nDr?d APHRODITINE”
you and with Martin A Sanders, we have made, on our farm
It is estimated that Philadelphia in
under the United States land laws, upon
near McMinnville, a thorough test of your “Flying Dutch
fighting the “grip” consumed 2,000,000
man ’ Riding Gang Plow, ami the “Canton dipper” Tricyle
as business is very dull and there are proof of full settlement for the entire
Riding Plow, sold by Martin <t Sanders, of this citv
quinine pills,weighing about a ton,in ten
period of time required in any case by
We consider the “Flying Dutchman” to bo the better
to cure any
days. If other cities swallow quinine at
plow for the following reasons, viz., (l)nins lighter; (2)
form of nervous
San Bernardino, Cal.—Laboring men said laws, are entitled to quit claim
better work ; (3) lias better rolling cutters; (4) is more
the same rate a scarcity of the drug is
disease, or any
disorder of the
easily adjusted to land; (5) stronger, and, in our opinion,
are warned to stay from Southern Cali deeds from the state without charge ; but
more imminent than an ice famine.
more durable. Yours truly,
fornia as the country is crowded with in case such settlers desire deeds to
gans of either
H olman .
sex whether ar
• 'S""1 I J. K Hol.MAX
idle men. There is no work to be had as such land before the above requirements
Nellie Bly, the New York Hor/d’z cor
ising from the after
are fully complied with, a deed thereto excessive use
respondent, completed her flying trip OREGON BEATS THE RECORD.
or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg*
Vancouver, B. C.—'Longshoremen, will be given by the state upon the pay encc, Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakeful
around the world last Saturday, having
Stop in anil see us whether you wish to
Corporal Tanner achieved quite a record painters and decorators are requested to ment of $1 jht acre. Second: that the ness, Bearing down Pains in the Back, Seminal
consumed just 72 days, 6 hours and 11
or not. We want to get acquainted with
as surplus smasher. Senator Blair made stay away from here, as the city is full at register and receiver’s final receipt for al Emissions, Leucorrbcea, Dizziness, Weak Mem
minutes in making the trip. This is the
J. G. BALLINGER
Loss of Power and Impotency, which if ne
a bigger showing, blit it must be remem present.
fees paid by a United States settler is ory,
glected often lead to premature old age and insan
fastest time on record and yet Nellie is
bered that he had a better chance than
Price 11.00 a box, 6 boxes for $5.00 Sent by
Oswalt, Iowa.—Miners and mine la the final certificate of proof referred to ity. on
not considered a fast girl— Boh Johnton.
receipt of price.
Brooklyn soldier. But both of these gen borers are urged to stay away from here. in said act; but a receipt for cash pay mail
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every $5.00
tlemen have been thrown so far in the There is trouble expected at three shafts ment as a communication of entry shall order, to refund the money if a Permanent
There is but oue solution to the prob
cure is not effected. Thousands of testivoninls
shade by Senator Dolph of Oregon, says in this hollow, owing to a demand made not be so regarded.
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
lem confronting the canners and fisher
cured by A phroditine . Circular free. Address
the N. Y. Star, that hereafter they must by the men for Hie usual fall advance.
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Second Door from Livery Stable, in Elsia Wright's Building.
men on the Columbia river this season,
Highlanders have the habit, when
he classed as mere amateurs.
Fort Smith, Ark.—Stone cutters are
and that is a reduction of fifty per cent
PORTLAND, OR. ____ corner Third and F Streets, McMinnville. Oregon.
The bills already introduced by the requested to stay away from this place, talking English, such as it is, of interpo
in the number of boats on the river.
Sold by Rogers Bros . sole agents for Me,
senator at this session of congress are as work is very «lull and idle men are lating the personal pronoun "he” where Minnville.
Such action will result in less cost to the
it is not required: such as, "The king he
remarkable in more ways than one. But plentiful.
canners and more earnings pro rata to
has come.” Often, therefore, a sentence
their notable characteristic is the mag
Kdgecombe, N. C,—Mechanics and la
the men engaged in fishing with gill
nificent disregard they show for the borers arc warned to stay away from or expression is rendered strange. Rev.
The total expendi here as there are many idle men with MacAllister, of a certain Highland par
I.’.vest your money in
ish, recently began his discourse thus:
In consequence of the enormous pro tures that they call for are nearlv $143,- us, and wages paid are at starvation
duction of beet-sugar in Europe during 000,000, most of which is for coast de point. Those who are employed receive,
of this discourse in the I Epistle-General
the past year, it is stated that tlie prices fenses ; but some millions are, of course, men, $8 per month; women, $5 per
of the Apostle I’eter, chapter 5 ;8, in the
oi granulated sugar in this country will
words:‘The devil he goeth about as a
be lower in 1890 than ever before. Cane- I
Grand Rapids, Mich.—Mechanics and
roaring lion, seeking whom he may de The Stagg’s Farm of 120 acres,
sugar uniil recently formed tlie entire calling for equal expenditures, the laborers are warned to stay away from
has been divided up into
vour.’ My friends, with your leave, we
supply of the world. Now tlie supply of i amount would about equal the cost of here. The place is overrun with idle
To be Happy you should see that Immense Stock of Fine Table
beet-sugar is far in excess of that manu- J the civil war and be far greater than the men. It is estimated that <800 men are
I and Pocket Cutlery Just Received at
first, we shall enquire who the devil he
amount of the national debt ever was.
factured from cane.
out of work at present and there is no
But gieat as Senator Dolph’s achieve immediate prospect of a change for the was? Second, we shall enquire into liis
It is situated
geographical ]>osition, vis., where the
The Century Magazine paid Meolay ments in the surplus-smashing line are, better.
devil lie was? Third, and this is of a opposite the Yam
and Hay $40,000 for their “Life of Lin
Newburgh, W. Va.—Miners and mine
hill county fair
lie has probably workers are requested to stay awny from general character, who the devil he was
coln ;” but they claim that, the expenses only a month old.
seekin? Fourthly and lastly, we shall ground and is a
Knives and Forks from 75 cents per set, up. A Specially Fine Line in
were so much that they only cleared just got warmed up to his work. He may here. Reduction in prices has been
endeavor to solve a question which has desirable location
Pocket Cutlery at low prices. Our stock of
$2.50 a day for the time employed. That
never been sol veil yet; what the devil lie either for resi
is not high wages for literary work, but unaided. But even his present achieve
Moberly, Mo.—Miners and mine la
was roaring about ?
it is enough for such stuff as they ground ments entitle him to rank as the “boss” borers are warned to stay away from
out. Lincoln was a great man, but his of al! the smashers.
here as a strike is in progress against
Corporal Tanner, in accepting an in ranches, and is
sweeping reductions. The fight has been ! vitation to a dinner in Boston, given by within
private secretaries were small fellows.
Etc. cannot be Excelled in Quality or Price.
The Washington legislature is addict on since April 1st.
The men are firm I friends of General Butler recently, wrote mile of this city,
A thing that has added immensely to ed to the use of lady clerks, who will, anil determined to w in.
as follows: “Hearty thanks for your High
and dry with beautiful j
the power of the earth to feed its inhabi doubtless, make a pretty mess of en
Defiance, Ohio.—Stove moulders are remembrance.
The spirit movetli me
spring water. This |
In our shop we make everything that can be made from Tin, Sheet
tants in the art of preserving food. Would grossing bills and transacting other pub warned to stay away from this city as strongly to be with you on the night oi '
property will be i Iron and Galvanized Iron, from a Tin Cup to the most
it be out of the way to guess that one- lic business, allee samee Oregon lady there is a strike on on account of a re
January 8th, God willing. We will cele
sold in tracts to |
quarter of all we eat is preserved in one , clerk. Two of the damsels last week duction in wages. The boom is only tem brate Andrew Jackson.
He was a stal
suit the purcha6-1
way or another that was either unknown struck for higher wages, and the chival porary and worked up to encourage all
wart ; lie spoke as he fought, straight
er on from $100
or not practiced half a ccniury ago? If rous legislators promptly granted them classes of labor to come here.
out. He didn’t believe in civil service
to $150 per acre. i
not, it seems likely that steam transport, I $5 per day, but refused to raise the sala
St. Louis, Mo.—Harneasinakers and reform; he believed in rewarding the
This property is I
the telegraph and the tin can have more ries of male committee clerks to the machine operators are requested to stay men who fought the battles. In his heart
fast being pur ' Is acknowledged to be the Best in the World. Three Car Loads Sold
than doubled the food power of the same figure. There can be no doubt away from here and to pay no attention he feared God, in a reverent sense, and
chased. Stiryour- i and Put on This Season. HODSON is Sole Agent for cTegon and Wash
that there are lady clerks in existence to advertisements appearing in the pa hated hypocrites as he hated the devil.
selves and buy ington.
who can do as good work as men in this pers. The city is flooded with idle men. I To day if he were on earth he would not
Pure white granulated sugar sells in line, but that kind am never in demand
Cairo, Ill.—Mechanicsand laborers arej be eligible for the position of door-keeper
For further particulars call on Before placing your order for anything in the above lines, give ns a call,
England for three cents a pound whole for such positions; because with women requested to stay away from this place, |
at the civil-service reform commission.” or address Win. Galloway, E. E. j
sale and four cents a pound retail. It of efficiency the first giggling flush oi as it is overrun with idle men who have I
” <ier, James Agee, McMinnville, I
sells in this country for $6.87,to $9.00 youth and rotundity is generally gone, been induced to come here by mislead
Russia has the largest standing army
on. f if
per hundred weight wholesale and eight and it’s the giggle and rotundity that the ing advertisements in the newspai>ers., iu tlie world, 735,218 men, with 133,167 |
Third and C Sts., McMinnville.
cents a pound retail.
For 2.4 cents a average legislator wants—to ogle and Building operations arc at a standstill,; horses and 1,784 guns; the standing
pound of this difference the tariff is re smirk at during the intermissions neces and everything is dull at present.
army of Germany consists of 472,383
sponsible; for the other 1.6 cents we can sarily occurring between introducing
Deepwater, Henry Co., Mo.—Miners | men, 84,091 horses, and 1,374 guns. I
IJ S HIBBS,
blame the trust, an outgrowth of the buncomix! bills and practicing parlia and mine laborers are requested to stay Great Britain has the largest navy, with
The lady clerks come! away from here as work is very dull, and some 500 vessels of all classes. Italy has
tariff. The annual consumption is about mentary law.
Fresh Meats of all kinds constantly on |
I hand. Highest price paid for Butcher’.^
3,000,000,000 a year more than the Eng i high ; but it seems the“deah boys” must ' a reduction from $1 to 75 cents for first- the most heavily armed vessels and lhe !
A BED u
u>« Newspuper Aäver
Dealer in All Kinds of Watches. Jewelry. Plated Ware
tiling Ag«ney of
lish refiners make on a like production. have ’em.
class coal per ton has been forced tqxsn heaviest guns yet afloat.
K A 80*. our authorized ageuu.
T hird S treit , M c M innville . O r .
Clocks and Spectacles McMIWNVILLE. CP
HARDING &. HEATH, Publishers
In the Capital Journal of the 24th ult.,
appears an article entitled “Victor Trev-
it’s Duel,” credited to the < >maha Bee,
which claims that “Vic,” as he was
familiarly called by all, was a Nez Perce
half-breed, and that lie fought a duel
with an Indian brave for the hand of his
There could not well be a more gross
or perverse statement of facts than the
above, and in deference to the memory
of our deceased friend above named we
make the following statement of facts, as
served us by memory :
Mr. Trevit was a native of Ohio, a
full-blooded white man and light com
plected, was finely educated and a print
er by trade; came to Oregon in 1851;
he first worked for lion. A. Bush in his
printing office at Oregon City in 1851-
’52. He was twice a member of the Or
egon legislature, serving in both houses:
he went to The Dalles, Wasco county,
Or., about 1855, where he made hi
home until his death, which occurred in
or near the years 1884 ’85. He married
somewhere in the 80’s a widow woman,
and she was a white woman ; het first
liusband’3 name we do not remember,
but her maiden name was Hunt, and slie
was , former resident of Salem.
Hi was buried, at his own request, by
tno ’ asonie fraternity, u.’ which he was
an honored member, on Mamaloose is
land, situate in the Columbia river about
hall’ way between The Dalles and Cas
cade Falls. The fraternity erected a
monument to his memory, which can be
plainly seen from the boats as yon pass
up or down the river. He was a pecu
liar man and full of eccentricities. His
reason (we have heard) for requesting to
he buried on that lonely island, it
being an Indian grave-yard, was, as he
said, the Indians were all good people,
and would doubtless all go to heaven,
and when St. Peter was letting them in
he thought perhaps he might dodge in.
Of course, if Mr. Trevit made the remark
it was jocularly intended. His true rea
son for requesting such a burial we sup
pose he never confided even to bis l>est
lie was a cultured gentleman in every
respect, and be will live in the memory
of his many friends in Oregon as such
so long as they tabernacle this earth,
and they all will be ready and willing to
give evidence to the contrary of the
aforesaid article, as it is false everv word
of it, and an attempted stigma upon the
name of the innocent and honored dead.
—Be mor rat.
for Infants and Children
Lots in the Oak Park
AND ALL POINTS
GEO. S. TAYLOR’ Ticket Agt.
Corner First and Oak Sts.
ARE SELLING FAST!
ZB .57- XT
Before Too I-iate
The Celebrated French Cure,
Now is Your Chance !
FAIRLAWN!” Happiness is the Cure All !
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ranges,
Elaborate and Expensive Galvanized Iron Cornice.
Garry's Patent Steel Roofing
Is the Line to Take
To all Points East & South
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runs
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
Every Day in lhe Year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO.
(No Change of Cars)
(Of Latest Equipment,)
TOI KIST SLEEPING ( AIS
Best that can lie eonilrtieted and in
which accommodations an* fir hol
ders of First or Sccond-cpiss Tick
ELEGANT IHV (WHES.
A Continuous Line connecting with all
lines, affordiug direct and unin
l’ullman Sleeper reservations van be secur
ed in advance through auy agent of the road
Tlll’0ll,rll Tiftfis *”al"’ ln""
IIIIVII^Il lirstlXj,, Allieri(.A England
end Europe can la- purchased at any ticket
office of this comnanv.
Full information concerning rates, time
of trains, routes and other details furnished
on application to nnv agent, or
A D CHARLTON.
Asst (¡eneral Passenger Agent.
General Office Of the Company, No, 121
First St., Cor. Wallington, Portend, Or.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM-
PUNTS STEAMSHIP LINE.
225 Miles .Shorter— 20 lioura less
time than by any other route.
8A~Flr«t cla«« through pa<«enger and freight
line from Portland and al! point« in the Wil
lamette valley to and from San Ftanciaeo.
I line Nclicdttle (except Sundays).
I*«ve Albany. .1:30 pm Leave Yaqnina <: 45 am
I^ave Corvallis 1:40 pm l«aveCorvalli«10:3.'. am
Arrive Yaqnina.5:20 pm Ar.ive Albany 11:10 air.
O. A C trains connect at Albany and Cor-
The above train» connect at Y aqiina with
the Oregon I>evelopenient Co*«. Line of Ktmm-
Hhips between Yaqnina and San Francisco.
Willamette Valley, Tuesday
Wednesday, Oct 23rd
FROM SAX’ FRANCISCO
Willamette Valley, Monday
Tlie company re«erve« the right to change
sailing date, without notice.
N. H.—Pa.^niii'r« from Portland and all Wil-
amette Valley Point, can make c!o«e Conner
tion with the train« of the Yaqvixa K otts at
Albany or CorvaUia, and if demined to San
Francisco, ahould arrange to arrive at 5’aqnlna
tlie evening Itefore date of «ailing.
The Oregon Pacific st«-aml>oat>. on the
Willamette River division will leave Port
land. nouth-bound. Monday. Wedncstlav
and Friday at «a m. Arrive at Corvallis
Tuesday, Thursday and Haturdav at 3:30 p.
m. Leave Corvallis, liorth-liound, Monday.
Wednesday anti Friday at X a m Arrive
at Portland Tuesday. Thursday ami Satur
day at 3:30 p. in
On Monday, Wednesday ami Friday troth
north and south-bound Ixtats lie over night
at Salem, leaving there at «> a m.
Passenger and freight rate« always the low
est For information, apply to Messrs. Hl'L-
MAN A CO., Freight and Ticket Agrnta, 200
snd 902 Front rtreet, Portland, Oregon; or to
C. C HOGUE,
Acting Gen'l. Frt. A Paas. Agt.. Oregon Pacific
It. It. Co., Corval’l«, Oregon.
C. H. HA KWELL, Jr.,
Gen’l. Frt. A P.iss. Agt.. Oregon Ileveloprnet.1
Co., Montgomery «treet, San Francisco. Csl.
O. O. HODSON,