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tinual vigilance saved it. The approach : dred yards of track are washed out and
es of the bridge near White’s station are some of the railroad bridge spans are Brief History of Territorial and State
Lr°R‘ . . .
Bridges and Warehouses Swept washed away and will have to be rebuilt : displaced. The bridge is in a very bad
Thursday, February 6, 1890.
The death of ex-Governor Woods re
Tnree feet of snow still in the moun-
time to put it in condition for trains.
moves from life one of Oregon's most
S alem , Feb. 4.—At midnight the vol prominent citizens. It also calls to mind '
Yesterday at 3 o’clock the train which
For all kinds cf plumbing go to P. I).
thousands of dollars lost by it . left Portland at 7:30 a. m. arrived, and ume of water equalled 1861, but it is not the fact that like other pioneers, the ex
From 7 a in. to 7 p. in From 8:30 p. Glenn.
ill. to 9 p. In.
it brought two Oregonians, which the quite as high, lacking about three feet. governors of this state and territory are
Did you notice the fine display of val
Money order hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. in.
Water Three Feet Deep in Sheridan—* T elephone -R egister secured through The most disastrous result of the flood to passing away.
entines at Hewitt Bros?
Sunday from 3 p. ni. to 3:30 p. ni
The Salem Bridge Swept Away-—Ware the kindness of S. A. Manning. They Salem is the washing out of the wagon
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. in. Mail
The first governor of the territory of
Trains will be on time to-djy. Look
north closes at 3:20 p. m. and 9 p. in.
houses at Dayton and Wheatland are
were of the dates of February 4th and bridge spanning the river. The entire Oregon was George Abernethy, from
our sharp for your mail.
Wrecked with 70,000 Bushels of Grain
J. W. Rogers is seriously sick with —No Communication with the Outside 5th and contained all the news up to structure went down and now lies out on 1845 to 1849. He was followed by Gen.
THE MARKIT REPORT.
Kaiser prairie, at least three miles from Joseph Lane, who filled the guvernato-
complications of La Grippe.
World—Portland Inundated—The An date, of which we give a summary.
gry Kush of Waters Down the Willam-
.. . bushel 4 O)
Tuesday’s paper—The rise of the river the main channel. It was caused by rial chair from March to August 1849.
ett Carries Destruction in Its Wake.
V dor. $2 00 to
since Sundaj’ was rapid and continuous, the undermining of the main piers. The After him came Major John F. Gaines,
doz 3 50 to 4 00 girl with a vaientine. A nice assortment
a rise of four feet in twentv-tour hours 0. I*, and N. P. docks have floated away from 1849 to 1853; Geo. L. Curry, July
(Clear sides $ lb.
. Lt I \ ■ i 1,1 z.*2 J lb
On January 25th, the gentle downpour being recorded. Five million feet of saw and the frame warehouse of the Salem to Nov. 1853; John W. Davis, Nov. 1853
be obtained from P. D. Glenn. He has of Oregon rain was chanced into a regular logs broke loose from Weidler’s mill and Mills is also gone.
10 pd pails
to August, 1854; Geo, L. Curry, 1854 to
Lard 7 (In
rainstorm and for the day 1.36 inches of went toward the sea. Silom bridge
several different styles.
In 5 gallon tins
O regon C ity , Feb. 4.—Tne river is 1859
Wanted Immediately.—A good gill for water fell. This in itself was not re passed Oregon City at 7 p., tn. Monday. within two feet and ten inches of the
The state was admitted February 14th,
Butter,« reamcry. "P roll SO
general housework. Good wages. Ap markable, but the continued rainfall Independence under water and a ware high water of 1862 and is still rising. 1859.
Hutter, dull, fresh jfl roll 40
Brine.................. pound. 15 to
ply at once at this office.
was. Up to February 2nd, when the house washed out.
Water is standing eight deep on the floor
The state governors were John W’liil*
Dried apples, dull, "P pd.
Mrs. Willard Woods, of Wheatland, is rain stopped 14 25 inches of water fell.
Dried plums, dull, "p |sl.
Wednesday’s paper—Both bridges of the new brick mill and is two feet eater, 1849-1862; Addison C. Gibbs,
seriously ill and it was necessary to move These figures are reliable and are obtain
Dried prunes, dull, V pd.
across the Willamette river at Portland deep on the Imperial mill floor. The old 1862-1866; Geo. L. Woods, 1866-1870;
her owing to the high water.
Drlediieaches.dull, V pd
ed from the signal officer at this place. have not been washed away, but still breakwater is going out and the town is Lafayette F. Grover, 1870-1877; 8. F.
1 00 to
The heavy snow has brought to the As a natural consequence the river began
Sugars, declined '/t cent 11, 12, and 13
stand although severel.v strained. The threatened by it. So far the damage is Chadwick, 1877-1878; W. W. Thayer,
pounds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs. ground several buildings in the moun to raise and on Sunday the water in the
Morrison street bridge was closed at 11 slight considering the greatness of the 1878-1882; Z. F. Moody, 1882-1887; Syl
$115; coffees range from 25 to 35 cents $ tains, among them Stowe’s mill.
Yamhill river iad reached the highest o’clock in the morning so as to not en flood. There is 1)4 feet of water in vester Pennoyer, 1887-1891.
l>oiind : coal oil. very lirni, & $2.75 y ease ;
salt of all kinds advanced 32 00 per ton,
creasing its circulation and is fast going level ever know n. The flood of 1861-2 danger tiie lives of people who wanted to Main street in front of Cliff house. On
Of the above, all of the territorial gov
and is very linn
The Purest Drugs and Medi
to the tront as one of Oregon’s best pa was the highest in the history of the stay upon it. The water reached the Monday night the water raised thirty in ernors are dead; and of the state execu
country, and old settlers of this section edge of the Front street sidewalk at an ches in ten hours. Two miles of track tives, Gibbs and Woods have joined the cines Kept in Stock: and none
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
but Pure Drugs used in Filling
Mrs. C. F. Talmage received a tele say that the water was at least three feet early hour in the morning of Tuesday aie covered by ten to twenty feet of wa silent majority.
Get your printing done at this office. gram the other day announcing the seri- higher here than in the year mentioned. and liefore noon the street was flooded ter. Tlie following despatch was receiv
Abernethy came to Oregon in 1840;
Lowest rates and good work.
illness of her grandchild, son of A. The warm south wind «M.1UVU
VM me UVUJ
• betweeu Washington and Oak streets to ed at 3:40 from Oregon City : “A huge and was one of the originators of the
of water by melting tlie
the immense body the depth of nearly eighteen inches. By volume of water is louring over the provisional government, which was in
Only thirty-one marriages occurred in
W" ®’.T“rner.°t,1,,?rtl,and ,}as retired | °f snow in the foothills and mountains.
Josephine county during 1889.
from Skidmore & Co’s., drug store on ac-1 All communication was cut off both by 4 o’clock Stark street was flooded up to banks of the river undermining the force until the organization of the terri
When you want a good hotel go to the count of poor health and is visiting rela
First. There was no loss by the Front foundations of factories and buildings, torial government. Gen. Joseph Lane
Commercial house. The finest tables in tives near this city.
rail and telegraph, and the travel by ve street merchants from the flood, overturning offices, spoiling machinery was the democratic candidate for vice
The residence of Secretary Tracy in hicle aud horse was limited owing to all having moved their goods into tlie and carrying destruction in its resistless president on the Breckenridge ticket, in
E. N. Ford is now cashier of the First Washington, caught fire and his wife the number of bridges which had been
National Bank of this city. He is well and daughters perished in tlie flames. swept away. At the present writing Mc second story, Tuesday morning base path. Tremendous waves ten feet high, 1860, and at the opening of the civil war
are dashing up between Canemah threw his influence in favor of the South.
qualified for the position.
He was rescued in an unconcious condi Minnville has no communication what ments were flooded up to Second street.
The breakwater He refrained from taking any active part
Along Front every basement was full to and Oregon City.
The Gopher valley schoolhouse was tion.
ever, by rail or wire with Portland, In overflowing and in some places water is now entirely gone. The mill race, in the effort to disunite the republic, and
moved about ten feet from its foundation
The Yamhill horses at Eugene in dependence or Salem.
Monday by the wind storm.
gushed into the streets through the grat the flume and basin are all completely retired to Roseburg, where he died in
charge of Chas. Woods are all in good
McMinnville is so situated by nature ings. Lumber yards of Smith Bros., and obliterated. The locks are still unin- April 1881. Governor Gaines was report
C. N. Mosher, at the City Market, is condition and will no doubt surprise
serving his customers with extra fine some of the old-timers of the turf next that high water can not do it damage, it the Pennoyer mill company are flooded. jureil. Box factory destroyed. Sawmill ed to have lieen killed by Indians, near
being 86 feet above low water mark, and The floors of the mills are covered with collapsed and went down. The new sus Fort Boise, Idaho, in 1854; nothing
beef these days. Cal! and see.
I-ast week, Saturday, the writer spent the highest water has not teached the three or four feet of water. The large pension bridge is in great danger from a further is known of his fate. Geo. L.
B. F. Saylor has received a permanent
position as ho.>kkeej>er of the firm of in Hillsboro. Some of the citizens of town by 25 feet. The citizens have suff lumber piles nre partially submerged huge drift which has collected about the Curry dieil in Portland, July 28th, 1878;
Wasserman & Co., dealers in cigars, that town think that the railroad under ered some inconvenience, to be sure, but
way to Astoria will never be built some : nothing compared with our sister towns. and dry sheds lire dilapidated. Drive piers. The Clackamas bridge has been Governor Davis resigned August 5th,
think it will.
ways are broken and jammed out of swept away. Sixteen houses on Goose 1854, and left for his former home in In
Lost.—On the streets of this city, a
The water plant of this city has not been
We have received a private letter from in operation since Sunday, owing to the shape. Water is finding its way into the Flat have been completely' turned over. diana, where lie subsequently died.
gold l«x-ket watch charm. The finder
offices and the men have abandoned The water is pouring over the lower floor
Oi the state governors, John Whiteak-
will be suitably rewarded by leaving it Lou Maddock from which we learn that
he is attending the Jefferson Medical water being four feet deep over the their posts.
at this ofliee.
of the flouring mills. Water is nearly er is collector of internal revenue at
school in Philadelphia. He sends bis pumps. This is one of the things which
The boom of logs containing 300,000 into the weaving room of the woolen Portland, where lie icsides; Addison C.
The new board of trade at McMinn regards to his numerous friends in this
was overlooked in the construction of the feet of lumber came down the river yes mills.
ville is getting up a fund to advertise the city.
Gibbs died in London, England, Dec. 30,
plant. The plant should have been terday and lodged against the Morrison
growing west side metropolis. Sensible,
C orvallis , Feb. 4th.—The water is 1886; Governor Woods died iu Portland
indeed.— Salem Statesman.
at least eight feet higher than it now is. street bridge but was dislodged with little falling and damage in Benton county is recently: L. F. Grover practices law in
wintered at Hillsboro, but will be taken
B. Clark is turning out fine furniture to Montana as soon as trains run. He The electric lights have furnished light difficulty. The boom belonged to the slight. Several slides have delayed O. P. Portland; S. F. Chadwick is a lawyer at
every day. Two dozen i cdsteads of fir is a fine animal and is worth $12,000. steadily and with the exception of the
Salem ; V»'. W. Thayer has adorned the
have lately been made and they are His trainer expects to see him trot in water the plant is in good condition. Smith Bros. Pennoyer’s boom went out trains, but trains will be running soon.
H illsboro , Feb. 4th.—The flood is the supreme bench, and Z. F. Mood}’ is in
also. This firm’s loss is considerable.
equal to any manufactured in the state. 2:22 this season.
One of the pumps was slightly injured Immense damage has already been done. highest since 1861, Great damage has business at his home at. The Dalles.
The Firemen’s fair will not come off on
Prospectors claim to have discovered
February 22d, as announced. A good a wonderful eave bordering LakeChelan, while hauling it up on the ways to get it All ferry boats have quit running, the been done to bridges.
Oi the dead, General Lane lived the
programme is in preparation, and the Washington, and think it will rival the out of the water, but it can be repaired | current being too swift. The Morrison
The water at Portland is twenty-seven longest. lie was about 80 at tlie time of
fair has been postponed for rehearsals. mammoth cave of Kentucky. It has not at small expense.
street bridge was the great point for feet higher than extreme low water. his demise, having been born two years
Reports from Sheridan show that that | sight seers.
$200,000 to loan by the American Mort been full?’ explored. The floor is as
There is little hope of the water receding after George Washington’s death. Aber
gage Co., on farm land, for a term of
The first object of any size to coine for twelve hours.
nethy was 70, Gibbs ha ■ rounded 61,
years. No commission, no brokerage. quartz encrust its sides. The dome in age. The water on the west side of the
F. W. Fenton, attorney at McMinnville. some places is fifty feet high, and is gar river stood two feet deep in the streets. down the river was a box factory filled
Prof. Baker returned from Dayton late Davis 60, Curry 58, Gaines 60, Whiteaker I
with boxes. It struck the east end span
nished with stalactites.
is 70, Woods was 59, Moody is 58,Grover
Rev. W. A. Willison, Presbyterian, of
Several small buildings were washed and was completely wrecked. The Smith yesterday and reported that his house
Rebekah Degree JjOUutr,
O. J !•’ . ., , UI
Portland, will preach at the Christian
and barn —’ith all liis stock had been is 65, Thayer is 61, Chadwick is 63, and
church in tiiis city on Sunday, February McMinnville, will give a St. Valentine ' “*“-v and considerable sidewalk will and Pennoyer booms both struck the swept '
He also reports that the piesent chief executive is 57.
FIBE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFE.
9th, morning and evening, at the usual ball Feb. 14th. The names appearing have to be rebuilt. The water was three bridge and the bridge trembled from one
Grover was the only Oregon governor
on the list of committees assures its suc feet deep in east town. The water did end to the other. Logs piled up six feet Wheati_u . had been swept away con-
who was elected two terms, but he did
cess. Thanks for an invite; but we cant
Charles Cunningham is the largest be there, good ladies, ’cause we’re going not get into the stores except in two or deep. With difficulty the logs were dis pletely. Dayton is in a submerged com- not serve them, having been elected
sheep owner in I'matilla county. He to have a “way up” time here at th« la three cases. The hotel was flooded. The lodged, some of of them still hang to the
counts among his possessions about 25,- dies’ masquerade, and we believe in pat damage by wetting of goods is slight, if
some of the houses. Prof. Baker saved Unite«! States senator before the close of
bridge. The next thing was a sawmill
bis second term.
000 sheep, part of which are on Washing ronizing home industry.— Observer.
any at all. The bridge spanning the riv- which struck the fourth span from the one poor little pig.
Gov. Woods, whose death the state re
Mr. McClellan, a farmer resident near
Aud so the improvements are going to er ‘s badly damaged although standing, west side. It tore up the planking of the
grets, was the only one on the list who
John Dunn and Mary Brown were be pushed ahead. The next will be a fine
Reports from Willamina state that bridge and passed down stream. A house
SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST.
married in a small town in California brick building for the I
had filled the governor's chair in a state
Independence the bridge across the river at that place was the next thing. The chimney was fine two story house by the flood.
last week, and a matrimonial sidehead Notional bank, on the corner
irner of Alon-
Mrs. WiHiard Woods who was sick
in the local paper was set up thus: mouth and Main. It will be two stories i was washed away. The large boom of kn*icked off and the house passe«! majes
D unn - B rown .
and was moved because of the waler
Following a Good Example.
| height of brick and 67 feet front by 90 logs owned by [I. Bailey is safe. A tically toward the sea.
died yesterday morning.
Cheapest, strongest and best—Wright’s ' feet deep, The directors have not yet large number of logs have passed down
McMinnville has wisely followed the Never Fail to Protect their Contents against Both Fire and Burglars.
At 6 o’clock an attempt was made to
compound svrup of sarsaparilla. Boils, decided fully upon building, but they the river at this place. Heretofore Mr.
splendid example set by Salem in raising
dislodge two logs at the bridge with dy
pimples and erysipelas flee before it. have the plans before them. This will
Cleanses and enriches the blood. Sold be a decided improvement to our city.— Bailey has had considerable trouble namite. Two large cartridges were ex
The regular monthly meeting of the funds to be expended monthly in spread
about saving his logs and in fact never ploded and although the bridge was well
by Rogers Bros.
afe and ock
city council was held Tuesday evening at ing the good news of this glorious coun
Factory, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
The Washington county jail was visit has succeeded in doing so. It is to be shaken by the shock the jam did not the council chamber. Present Mayor try in the east. The McMinnville folks
If yon want job printing you should
have it done at this office. Our lates ed by the writer Saturday and it is the hoped that the report of the safety of the move. At a late hour last night the Manning, Councilmen Burt, Grissen have already a fund of $118 per month
are the lowest and the work is of the dirtiest, smallest jail in the state. The logs is true.
which will lie spent in advertising the
bridge was a little shaky. At 12:15 this Johnson and Wright.
best. The amount of work turned out is tax payers of Washington comity should
Mew York City; Portland, Me.; Boston; Philadelphia; Cleveland; Chicago;
morning another boom of logs struck the
be ashamed of themselves for allowing
a good testimonial.
Minutes of former meeting read and city. This money will be expended by Louisville; St. Louis; Kansas City; Omaha; Minneapolis; St. Paul; New Orleans;
the newly organized board of trade and
the nuisance. A hog would die if con condition of things are no doubt exagger
Patti received thirty-eight encores aud fined there three weeks. The o!«i Yam ated, but owing to the present circum bridge. The bridge trembled, and most approved.
San Francisco; Los Angeles; San Diego; Portland, Oreg.; Nashville, Tenn <
of course will come back many fold in a
of the piles in the lower end of the draw
had a diamond wreath presented to her hill county jail was bad enough but it
Councilman Jones enters.
Richmond, Va.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Evansville, Ind.; Atlanta, Ga.
on the night of her last appearance in was a palace alongside the one of Wash
rest were taken away. The jar weaken
Grissen, of street committe stated that short time, as the city is sure to receive
information. We have attempted to get ed the bridge considerably, but it still
Buenos Ayers. The receipts of the ington county.
Sil 1 LOH'S cure will ininiedialely relieve
plat of the First street extension was not
house were said to be $23,000.
telegraphic dispatches through from Sa stands.
Croup, Whooping Cough an«! Bronchitis;
yet in the hands of the committee, owing advertising. This reminds the writer
by Rogers Bros.
A merciful man—who keeps his stock phlet by Rev. C. R. Treat, of New York,
W. C. Hembree and wile to Rasmus
At 3 o’clock this morning water flood to the negligence of the surveyor, and that it will soon be time for the people of
in prime condition by the use of Wright’s on
A NASAL Injector free with each bottle
“The Sanitary Burying of the Dead.” down we wero compelled to relj- only ed First street for several blocks. In asked permission to send the marshal Salem to raise a fund for the advertising Nelson, land in McMinnville; $1,150.
Shiloh's t'atarrli Remedy; price 50 cent*.
Arabian condition powders. Cures colds, It contains new- ideas and ways of dis upon hearsay in this report.
N. E. Detkins to D. H. Deardorff, lots of
of Salem during the coming year. They
Sold by Rogers Bros.
places it was eight inches deep, and the for same; granted.
distemper, inflamed lungs, heaves. Gives posing of the dead which|wili no doubt be
Wheatland people seem to be having floors of business houses were flooded.
5 and 6, block 3, Deskin’s addition to
gloss?’ coat. Sold by Rogers Bros.
WHY will you cough when Shiloh's cure
Wright of committee on health and already feel the beneficial results of last
practiced at some future time in our
will give immediate releif Price 10 eta, 50
The next regular meeting of Custer W. large cities. It will be a long time how a hard time. The warehouse owned by Cellars are filled with water as far as police stated that he thought the night year’s labor and should respond liberally Newberg; $170.
and $1. Sold by Rogers Bros.
N. E. Deskins to Alice M. Deardorff,
R. C. No. 5. will be held at G. A. R., ever before Oregon will take those meth
Third and Fourth streets. Between the watch unnecessary, and asked the opin when solicited. Salem’s monthly sub
SHILOH'S Catarrh Remedy, a positive
ballon Saturday, February 8th, at 2 p. ods to dispose of the dead. Government There were 25,000 bushels of grain hours of six and twelve last night the
lot 8, block 3, Destin’s addition to New cure
for t'atarrli. Diptheria and «'anker
ion of the council regarding the matter.
m. A full attendance is desired as tlieie land is still $1.25 an acre and graveyards stored in the house and this heavy loss
berg ; $60.
Mouth. Sold by Rogers Bros.
water rose 6}g inches.
Burt said the city needed a nightwatch. be large, as it no doubt will be.— States
will continue to do business.
will be important business to transact.
nv.au a «• Liuiuouip
N. E. Deskins to E. J. Harvey, lot 8,
The steel railroad bridge stood the se. Jones was in favor of a nightwatch; man.
R. C. C. C.—Red Cross Cough Cure.
For several months and impostor has situated out of the reach of high water,
block 4, Destin’s addition to Newberg;
Will remove the most obstinate cough.
THE IMMIGRATION BOARD.
Cures asthma arid bronchitis. Cannot be box in one hand while having in frontof, People “^ed from tlieir houses and are ed no signs of weakness until ten o’clock
Grissen asked for information concern Committees Appolnted--Constltutlon Ac.
Geo. W. Rogers and wife to Fred. 11.
excelled for whooping cough. Heals him a placard “Please Assist Me I Am i now waiting tor the fall of the waters. when the 150 feet of piling which protects ing bonds.
lungs and threat. Sold by Rogers Bros. Blind,” thus creating the impression j The loss of the warehouse is a hardship the main pier was raised by the water
Rogers, Hots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 16, 17 and
lie is a needy blind man, but such I On Mr. Hendrick.
The officers of the Immigration Board 18, block 39, Edward’s addition to
There are now 200,000 tramps in this that
and went drifting down.
lights and water was read, which con
not the case. The fellow’s evesight is I
’ . .
country, 60,000 of them boys. This, too, is
have been busy framing the constitution Newberg; $600.
perfectly good as those can testify who
. - 0 1 oport increases the loss
ata time when city school-houseswill have seen him about the Chinese lottery I “s‘ considerable. The Powell warehouse
Jesse Hobson and wife to Henr.v J.
low the bridge was not seriously injnred, Grissen thought that time of lighting the and by-laws of the board. They were
not accommodate the pupils sent to
and other places where gambling 1 w ’ ith
’ 40,000 ' bushels of wheat having gone
read at the meeting held Friday night. Hastell, 25 acres, t 3 s, r 3 w ; $1,600.
them. The two facts go well together. dens,
is going on.— Portland World.
into the river after the wheat bad been her. The Crown paper mill at Oregon
Jesse Edwards and wife to I>.
that the time should be changed from The committees appointed are as follow s:
Harrison R. Kincaid has been con
S i mW
lots 9 and 10, block 20,
nected with the Oregon State Journal, permits to marry during the year 1889.
City, came down the river and was 6:30 to 5 o’clock.
ward’s addition to Newberg; $85.
published at Eugene, for over a quarter Just why the county clerk should have building. The loss of stock in that sec wrecked at ths Morrison street bridge.
On motion the report was received and
of a century. In that period of time the this perogative of selling jiermitsor what tion of country surrounding Dayton must
H. Hurley and wife to Portland
Solicitation—C. Grissen, Wm. Gallo
paper has never failed to issne on time, business it is to him whether people be large as the bottoms were full of cat Several hundred tons of prepared pulp placed on file.
Valley Railway Co., depot
lay amongst the ruins.
The next order ot business was bills,
a record of which any editor may justly marry or not, is one of the curious in
and station grounds in Newberg; $1.
tle. Efforts have been made to get them
stances of our mode of borrowing ideas out for the past week or so, but all could
Polly Ann Winters to George R. Ded
Advertising Matter.—F. W. Fenton,
about two miles above Pennoyer’s mill, state that the residents of the west side
The heavy wind storm Monday startled trom a barbarous past, and sticking to
old Oregonians. Windows were broken them as long as money can be made out not be found aud have no doubt perish was struck by a drift at 9 o’clock yester of B street asked to have the line of B G. A Peebles, J. C. Cooper, Wyatt Har man and II. M. Cate, s'¿of the land
claim of Phillip Wiuters; $3,300.
and sigus came down The T elephone - of them at tlie expense of the people for ed. County School Superintendent Ba day morning. The jar was sufficient to street established. On motion the mat- ris and T. G. Brownson.
R egister ’ s smokestack withstood the the benefit of the officials.— Grants Pass ker spent Sunday in hunting for his cat
Edgar Poppleton an«l wife to M. Fist,
elements and now proudly wiggles as Courier.
tle, and found all except one. Water like a large ark. It floated down stream
every day and soon matter will be print lot 5 and part of lot 4, block 14, in La
Boot & Shoe Dealer.
the gentle zephyrs blow. It will have
It has been proposed to the Board of was then up to their sides and since this
ed for the benefit of the city and Fur- fayette; $175.
to be guyed up.
in an upright position until it struck the
The following bills were allowed :
Trade of Newport, to construct a tele it has raised several feet.
James Agee and wife to Jacob Seifers,
large water main from the old water sta C. H. Neal, nightwatch............... $ 40 00 rounding country.
The death of Dom Luis, the late king phone line between Newport and Ya
1.10 acres in Fairlawn addition to Mc
Reports from Salem are meagre and tion, where it is still, Mr. Powers’ loss G. H. Hemstoak, engineer......... 75 00
of Portugal, was an expensive affair. The quina City, provided the citizens of the
Rainfall at McMinnville.
Minnville : $110.
leading physician in attendance received Bay will advance $200. For this money are not reliable. It is said that the is $18,000.
Marshal, salary............................. 27 00
G. W. Burt, oil.............................
$30,000 for eighteen consultations, an the proprietor proposes to issue tickets in Salem bridge went out Monday and the
table of the amount of
Chas. N. Graves ami wife to Neil and |
other doctor $15,000 for ten visits. Sev-
H. E. Edwards, labor..................
1 50 water which fell during the month of Rebecca Johnson, realty in McMinn- ,
the tracks of the O. & C. road. They W. A. Dodge, salary........... ,.. 60 00
earl other doctors were paid at the rate
of Jannary and during the last storm ville; $1.
agreed to have the line in operation in of the bridge passed that place at noon are on a high embankment.
of $550 to $1,000 a visit.
Rogers Bros., stationery.............
was furnished by Capt. Wyatt Harris,
thirty days after the subsidy is raised, as Wednesday. We learn that telegraphic
If Huntington Were Younger.
Gopher valley people report a six foot
necessary arrangements have been communication and rail communication
signal service officer at this place;
fall of snow in the valley with ten feet in the
ed by the Oregonian from the different
‘. Huntington, while looting at ai
between Salem and Portland has been towns are as follows:
the mountains nearly. The ranches of right for the telephones on this coast.
could turnish receipt books as per bill January, 1890.....................
equatorical Africa recently, laid ,
that section have lost from one to four
broken for the past four days. Water is
Wliat I m Caatorla?
I ndependence , Feb. 4th.—Water ran for 25cts each.
1.33 his forefinger on a certain spot and re-
The T elephone R egister , of McMinn said to be higher in the Willamette than
head of cattle apiece. The total amount
through main street of the town, coining C W Talmage, express................. $ 1 15 !
Castoria is Dr Samuel Pitcher's prescrip
of stock lost owing to heavy snow and ville, has labored long and hard to get a
Jan. 27 ....
for infants «and children. It contains
little breeze started in tlie way of adver in 1862. The amount of damage doLe within a few inches of the stores, but did T elephone -R egister , printing.
high water amounts to considerable.
.. 1.45 $10,000, I’d go there and mate mil tion
neither opium, morphine, nor other nar
Sawyer-Mann, eleciric goods
44 26 Last Storm Jan. 29
the town. It is evident from the on the river cannot be estimated.
. 2.50 lions.”
not come onto the floors. The current at J B Perkins, labor.......................
Again it is announced by the newspa tising
substance. It is a harmless substitute
remarks of brothers Harding and Heath
for paregoric. drops, soothing syrups, and
pers that the “star of Bethlehem,’’which that they regard some of their citizens as ; Independence is flooded reports have this placewas eight miles per hour. Mr. Chas Lewis, labor.........................
oil. It is pleasant. Its guarantee
makes its appearance only once in 315 being constituted much like “Captain ■ it that the streets were covered to a Steel came from Albany, a distance of 30 I Vacuum Oil Co............................. 79 50
t'poto, on the river Congo, near the is thirty years’ use by millions of mothers.
years, will soon be visible again, for the Hanks,” in Hol) nd’s “Nicholas Min- i depth of three feet.
Castoria destroys worms and allays fever-
seventh time. It will be of great bril turn,” who was a hard workin’ and slow i The railroad bridge south of this city miles in a small boat in 2 hours 45 min L M Graves, labor.......................
75 Total...................................................14.25 [ northern boundary of the Congo free sihness. Castoria prevents vomiting Hour
utes. Damage to property is considera A F Narver. hauling
liancy for about three weeks, after which savin’ man, and not much inclined to1
cures diarrhoea and wind colic Cas-
A fall of 14.25 inches in seven or eight Gninea coast.
it will wane, and in seventeen menths new fangled notions. Their well-direct is badly damaged. Two of the bents ble and river has risen four feet since Lee Wright, labor..................
toria relieves teething troubles, cures con.
and flatulency Castoria assimi
yesterday. Water stands level with side J A Frisbie, labor..................... . 13 30 days is wonderful. Think of 15 inches
ed efforts are about to result in the or
“What would you <lo there, Mr. Hunt- lates tne food, regulates the stomach and
The adjustment of a general average ganization of a board of immigration.— I is about six feet out of line. This will walks and small boats pass up and down i P D Glenn, salary, etc................ 104 55 of waler on ever?’ foot of ground in the j ington?” was asted.
bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
take considerable time to repair and the the streets. The wheat in all the ware D Walker .lumber....................... 10 07 county.
of loss on the steamer Y’aquina Bay has Newberg Graphic.
Castoria is tlie chiidren’s panacea — the
“Trade,” was the brief reply.
just been made and figures about 18 per
The bills laid on the table were:
towns south of us need not expect a train houses is safe. Nearly a quarter of a
“There are ivory, stins, precious i
cent. The steamer was wrecked over a
O V Watkins.......................
.$ .3 00
for some time.
million of bushels of grain is stored here
year ago, and after the long delay in ad
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul stones and rubber,” he said. “You can j
At the annual election of the fire de
Portland is also inundated, there be and it is all safe. The water is now on a Westinghouse Co......................... 83 75
justing the loss, man?- of our merchants
W T Garratt & Co..................... . 24 15 railway ¡8 the only line running solid buy rubber there to-day at a penny a
ing eighteen inches of water on Front and standstill, and is within 30 inches ot 1861. j Geo Bodie....................................
are expressing their dissatisfaction very
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon
vestibuled, electric lighted and steam pound. A young man might go there
ing officers were elected : Chief engi First streets. An engine left Portland
On motion council adjourned.
for Yamhill county.
A great many bridges in the county are
heated trains between Chicago, Milwau and pay five pence a pound for it and Arniinda Kenncda. Plaintiff, j
The heavy snows in the mountains neer, Elsia Wright; assistant chief, T. yesterday at 7:30 with carpeDters to re gone, and the railroad below town is
mate a fortune.”
kee, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
have driven all kinds of animals from B. Kay: secretary, W. H. Logan, treas pair what damage possible in order to
covered with water. Prescott & Ven.
James R. Kenneda, Defendant )
their usual haunts. A. Arthur near this urer, Chas. Fleming.
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
ners have safely boomed 6,000,000 feet of S teward .—On Tuesday morning, Feb. 4,
city killed a large lynx which had come
To Janies It Kenneda, said defendant:
The officers elected l>y the engine and at the time the train reached Cornelius,
1890, Mary, wife of R. A. Steward, of railway is the only line running solid
down from the mountains. We have a
In Oregon the following property is ex
logs at this place.
In the name of tin-state of Oregon, you
this city, aged 45 years.
paw of the animal in this office and it is hose company are : Foreman of engine, but were broken immediately afterwards
empt from execution: Musical instru | arc hereby required to .-qqicar ano answer
A lbany , Feb. 4.—The water was ten
complaint tiled against you in the
a curiosity. The ball of the loot lieing Lyle Wright; first assistant foreman, Lee and when the writer went to this office
R hodes .—In this city, on Saturday heated trains between Chicago. Council ments, liooks and pictures, $75; house" the
above entitled «u't on or liefore the 24th
covered by a growth of fur, the same as Patterson; second assistant foreman, to order dispatches from Porland, the inches above the rise of 1881. All trans night, February 1, 1890, Mrs. John j Bluffs and Omaha.
March, ’*90. that being the first day
on other parts of the animal.
Jim Minty; foreman of hose company, wires were down, and communication portation offices along the river front
The berth reading lamp feature in the clothing to each member of the family, I of the next regular term of said court, anil
if von fail so to answer for want thereof
We learn that the court house at Mc W. Wallace; first assistant loreman, Dr. could not be had. The passenger train,
Death caused by complications brought Pullman sleeping cars run on these lines
$50: team, tools, instruments or library, I plaintiff will apply to tlie court fora decree
wharves have been washed out. Al on by La Grippe. Funeral held Mon-
Minnville is in a very bad condition.
I is patentee, and cannot lie used by any . or whatever is needed in the trade or dissolving the marriage contract now ex-
The building is settling and a large Wright; second assistant foreman, Al. which arrived here Saturday night last, though the wharves drifted against the day.
isting between plaintiff and defendant, and
; other railway company,
has not moved, but expected 'orders to O. P. railroad bridge the structure stood
amount of the plastering in the court Young.
U is the great profession of debtor, $400; ten sheep, two l for
the care and custody of Jennie Kenneda
The officers elected by the book and leave last night.
i improvement of the age.
room has fallen off making the room look
Della Kenneda, minor children of
the shock without damage. No damage
very bad. This certainly does not speak ladder company are : President, ILL.
and for such other relief as prayed
Wapato lake is a lake indeed, and yes- to the town whatever.
der. No exemption is good against a ' plaintiff,
very well (or the company that erected Heath; secretary, John I. Knight; treas
A farm wanted at once, of about 160
For further particulars apply to the claim
terday morning it was raising. The wa
This summons is pui>li.<died six weeks in
the building. We believe that building
for purchase money: no home-
efferson , Feb. 4. — The raiiroad acres, suitable for dairy, must be cheap.
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
the Tr.i.Ei’noxE-KEoisTr.R by order of Hon
will be a continual expense to the tax urer, Geo. Jones; foreman, Cooper ter leacheil its highest point in this city bridge at this place is in a very shaky
Please state full particulars, distance J. W. Casey, Trav. I’ass’r Agent, No. 33 stead.
II. I*. Boise, judge of said court, made at
payers of this county for years to come. Brooks; assistant foreman, Wm. Ma on Mondy.
at Salem, Oregon, December 21st.
FOR Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you chambers
lone; second assistant foreman, P. D.
Stark St., Portland, Ore.
F W FENTON.
have a printed guarantee on every bottle of 1KM9.
The court house is not in as bad a con Glenn.
The wagon bridge on the Yamhill at shocks. Several wagon bridges near ments are. Address: Farm, Box 656,
Attornej- for Plaintiff
Shiloh's Vitalizes It never fail* to cure.
dition as you would like to see it, proba
this place was saved only after great ex here, crossing the Santi am, have gone Portland, Oregon.
Business lias of necessity been dull in Sold by Rogers Bros.
bly, but will be if the county court does
; this city this week. Cut out of commun-
THE REV Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon ertions by the people. The approach on out.
ARE you made miserable by Imlige-tion. ADVERTISERS
not hire a janitor to look after tilings. Ind .says: ‘'Both myself anil wife owe
• HACKMETACK,” l
and fragrant j ¡cation with the outside world, the citi-
Dizziness, Loss of Appétit* . on advertising space when in Chicsgo, will find it en MS at
Penuriousness personified is onr county our lives' to Shiloh's Consumption Cure." the cast end floated off but was recap I H arrisburg , Feb. 4. — River coin- perfume; price 25 and 50 cent«. Sobl by zens have been having a good time get* Constipation.
Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a ;■ i-
Sold by Rogers Bros
tured and placed in position again. Con-1 menced falling at 6 a. m. Several hun- Rogers Bros.
• ting acquainted with each ether.
tivecure; sold by Rogers Bros.
the At* vet yng Agency of
Miss Rose Hembree is quite sick.
Com; - s'i I fancy valentines at Hewitt'
EXTREME HIGH WATER.
Fine Perfumes, Toilet
Soaps, Tooth Soaps and
Combs aud Brushes; and
all Toilet Requisites, at
SECOND HAND SAFES AT A BARGAIN
Combination Locks Furnished and Repairing a Specialty.
HALLS STANDARD SAFES
No Goods Misrepresented as to
LORD & THOMAS.