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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1890)
THE TELEPHONE-KEG (STER
The Corvallis dreef railway will lie
Hazel mit.« are very plentiful in ’.Ills
Thursday. July 31, 1890.
vicinity this year.
Dr. (j. S. Weight has gained a repu
tation for fine plate work.
TOSTOFFICE HOT RS.
Prunes, etc., arc in the market and
From 7 a m. to 7 p. ni Front S:30 p.
■ are commanding a fair price.
m. to 9 p. m.
Money order hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. in.
Where is our council? They have not
Sunday from 3 p. m. to3:30 p. m
Mail south closes nt 9:50 a. ni. Mail I raised a kick for some time past.
north closes at 3:20 p. in. and 9 p. in.
F or S ale —A span of well broken
i young horses. See Wm. Galloway.
THE MARKET REPORT.
Fresh bread, doughnuts, cookies and
. . V bn $ 90 to 1 00 pies every day at Red Front liakery.
A great many people begin to think
P <loz I 00 to 4 50
that figures do lie—that is census tig
(Clear sides d lb.
Bacon ¿Shoulders lb
(Hams V lb
For sale, two lots, house anil barn, in
I „riI jin 1«) pd pails
in good repair. For location and price
(In 5 gallon tins
see Mrs. M. Cozine.
Butter, Creamery. 9 roll
Salem will have a new band. The
Butter, dull, fresh 9 roll
instruments have arrived and are very
Brine ........... "¡s pound.
«ays the Salesman.
Dried apples, «lull, 9 jxl.
Dried plum«, «lull, V |sl.
Paulu« was taken to Portland
Dried prunes, «lull. P pd.
last week on the charge of selling cider
Driedpeaclies.thill. p p<l
to Indians. He is back again.
. ...ip sack
J. Evenden lias purchased lots of
new furniture oil cloth, floor oil cloth,
etc. Call and examine them.
lirrHomsT Ensccr.ii, Cm n Services
.1. O'. Cooper has placed his farm near
every Sabbath at 11 a. in ami 7:30 p in,
Sunday School at 9:30in
Whites station on the market, and it is
R ev O. F Rov.xn, Pastor.
now the townsite of Whiteson.
CCMBEBLAN.I 1’r.nsBVTEtlI IN «'ill Ki ll—
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7 p
the stove to use during this hot weath
m Sunday School at 9:39 a. m.
er. Call and see one at Hodson’s.
R ev W iley K nowles , Pastor
B aptist L' iiibch .—Services every Sabbath
What does McMinnville intend to do
at 11 a. m. ami 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at after harvest? She should rustle some
R ev 11. McKiLLor, Pastor.
of those bad sidewalks on Third street.
C hristian C' hvbcii services every Sabbath
John Robison’s ten big fakes will go
at 11 a. m. anil 7 p m
R ev . D u . B. F Fl llke , Pastor
south over the Southern Pacific. They
will I k * in San Francisco in Septemlier.
A. J. Nelson and wife have gone to
Scio visiting relative« and friends.
low trill find a complete line of fancy They will remain away a month or so.
and »tapie groceries, crockery anil
One day last week nine binders were
glassware. A complete stock of green seen at ¡work on the farm of J. J. Hen
and roast Rio, Costa Rica, Mocha and derson, aliout seven miles south of tills
O. G. Jara coffee; fine gunpowder,
The Deering and McCormick binders
English breaksast and Japan tea. The take
the cake. They can lie seen at
most complete stock of candy, nuts, ci J. G. Ballinger <& Co.’s storeroom in this
gars and tobacco in the city. Can city.
ning <t Wallace's extracts are best and
The fall term of tile McMinnville
cheapest. We offer no prize but prom college will begin Tuesday September
ise you fair dealing for your money 9th. Catalogues with full information
W axted .— Thirty gallons of wild
J. H. Henderson, Prop.
blackberries at this office. Highest
price paid tor lierries in g<xxl
l,oval and General.
Work is living pushed on the Salem
For first-class dental work go to Dr.
G. S. Wright.
Roof <k Fristoe’s wood saw seems to
be doing considerable work.
The fanners report an average crop
of wheat. It is nearly all cut.
Re«l Front bakery, the place to get
everything fresh and first class.
The T elephoxe -R egistek premium
binder is doing goo«l work in the field.
Wan1 house reciepts can be obtained
at this office. Good work at short no
One of the Salem papers claim a ;iop-
ulation of 7400 for Saiem; the other one
Ex-Postmaster Roby of Portland has
leased the Holton House for a period of
Mrs. Breon’s daughter is suffering
with typhoid fever but is reported not
The Tillamook county Fair associa
tion has been incorporated. Tillamook
is growing sure
Richardson’s ranch in the mountains
is fast lieeoming a rendezvous for Mc
Quite a number of sports go to the
fair ground every morning to see the
horses work out.
Salem has been troubled with fire
bugs. Several townshave lieen burned
within a few days.
Clark Braly’s wife and child have
been seriously ill during the pa«t week
with a billions fever.
Huntington’* Oregonian Railroad.
CharleM Dupius Found Hanging in the
Baggage-Room of the Opera House.
Since the visit here of Colis P. Hunt For the Week Ending Saturday, July
lSItO—V. S. Signal Service.
ington, and the subsequent organizing
Last Saturday night our usually quiet of the Oregonian Railroad Company,
The week has been marked by con
little city was suddenly thrown into a the affairs of the narrow guage rail tinued high temperature ranging from
state of excitement by the announce roads have not been neglected, but have 50 to 70 degrees along the coast, from
ment that the dead body of a man had been looked after by Manager Koehler 48 to 95® in interior valleys and from
been discovered hanging in an empty with that unflagging Zealand attention 50 to 110° east of the Cascades. There
room below the stage of the opera house. to detail which characterizes his ad has been an entire absence of clouds,
Investigation revealed the most ghastly ministration.
except along the coast, where fogs as
sight imaginable. The liody was sus The '.rest side road is lieing fixed up usual, were frequent, no rain is report
pended by a small rope from a cross by improving the surface lines of the ed to have fallen within the state.
beam over head and immediately over grades. Ballasting will commence at
The weather has been very favorable
a trap-door in the floor, through which Sheridan immediately, for which prepa to harvesting operations, which are in
baggage was eleva ted to the dressing rations arealready made. Engineering full sway throughout the state. The
room beneath the stage. The corpse corps are now out on the west side road weather was favorable to late spring
was only about three-fourths erect, the ascertaining the present extent of sta grain, hops, fruit, etc.
body resting upon and at an angle tion grounds, with a view to obtaining The fall wheat is reported to have a
with the floor. By the side of the body additional space. They are about all fine large and plump berry. As little
was an overturned candy pail, upon too short and not wide enough. Then threshing has been done, so far, the
which the man evidently stood to ad the company will move the present yields cannot be given. One report from
just the rope. The body was in a fear buildings wherever it can be done. The Washington county says, “One field of
ful state of decomposition when found. buildings will also be given a thorough 60 acres has been cut and threshed,
Maggots had eaten away the eyes and overhauling and be painted neatly. At which yielded 43 bu. per acre.
flesh of the face until the features were various points where there are no build At Gervais on the 24” the first wheat
unrecogizable. The man who came to ings now, suitable ones will be erected. was received at the warehouse, from
this untimely end was without any On the east side narrowguage roads a Mt. Angel, on the same date last year
doubt Chas Dupius a French chemist number of gangs are at work widening the first wheat was received at the same
who had come to this country to dis the embankment for the standard place.
pose of certain letters patent for dying gauge. Preparations are also going on
It is estimated that the entire section
furs, and regarding whom inquiries for ballasting the track and repairing of the country within 20 miles radius of
have been made in the Oregonian.
aud strengthening the bridges and Athena, Umatilla county, will yield on
He was last seen in Portland by F.H. trestles, so as to make the line fully fit an average from 35 to 50 bushels of
Tyson, French consul, on the night of for a standard guage road. Prepara wheat per acre. In the French prairie,
July 2nd. He passed through this town tions are also being made for the widen Marion county, the wheat is generally
July 3d, and purchased a straw hat of ing the guage, such as getting out ties, better and larger yield than ever liefore.
one of our merchants. He was brought arranging for switches, frogs, etc., and Crook county has an increased acre
back on the 7th by some parties from the necessary changes in buildings.
The State Fair.
age of wheat and they expect to raise
near Gaston, who considered him a fit
Mr. Huntington has ordered new sufficient wheat for local demand. In
The executive committee of the state subject to lie taken care of, but who re and first-class standard gauge passen sections south of the Blue Mts. crops
fair met Friday night, last, and the su fused to swear out a complaint to that ger and freight equipments, more than are all reported good. Union county
perintendents for the following divis effect. He spent the afternoon and sufficient for the wants of the road, for has the brightest of prospects. Morrow
ions. as appointed, are: Division A, 1, night of the 7th walking about town, the present four engines are expected county will have the liest grain crop
2, 3, 8, thoroughbreds and trotter; Wm. and refused to goto any hotel or restau- here by October. When these come ever produced. Sherman, Gilliam and
Bigham, of Sprague, Wash.; A, 4. 5, 6, rat, when invited so to do, even when the grade will be widened. This work Wasco counties will have more than
roadsters, etc., 1. W. Milier, Millers, hospitality was offered he would reject will be done in a very short time by a average crops. The entire Willamette
Linn county; A, 7, 8; 9, 10, 11, Clydes it and exhibited some money as much large force of men, so as to avoid any valley sends in the most excellent re
dales and P«‘ieherons, A. M. Wa«ldle, as to say “I can pay my own way.” delay in traffic. As fast as the guage ports as to wheat prospects, and South
His appearance indicated considerable is widened the new rolling stock will ern Oregon will have fully an «verge
Division B—1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11. R. Scott, strangeness of disposition. He was un be put on, and all business transferred crop. Hops are good yields and prices
Milwaukie; B4, 5, 6, 8, 10, T. A. Mc der the eye of the nightwatch until between the wide and narrow guage at are expected. Large quantities of fruit
Donald, the Dalles.
about four o’clock of the morning of the points of the junction. The narrow are being shipped. Prunes, plums and
Division C—Sheep, Chas. Miller, Jef the eighth, when it was supjiosed that guage rolling stock will then be trans pears are especially plentiful. The
he had slipped out of town. He was ferred to the west side division, afford melon crop will be unsually large. The
D—Swine, Jas. Withycombe, Hills fully identified at the coroner’s inquest ing to it ample facilities. It is also ex flattering prospects for a bountiful har
boro; poultry, C. I). Nairn, Ballston.
by the hair, which was black and curly pected to complete arrangements which vest, indicated the past few weeks, are
E—Grain and grasses, Prof. E. Grim. by a photograph in possession of M. will get rid of the grade over the Waldo now about to lie realized.
O. O. Hodson is agent for White
Ice cream soda at C. Grissens.
F—Oregon manufactures, Thomas Tyson, and by this gentleman identify hills.
Bronze monuments; 100 designs; call
B. S. P agve ,
Jas. McCain is in town, telling fish and
WILL OFFER HIS STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
see them. Cheaper and better Paulsan.
ing his clothes.
The surveys lietween East Portland
i than marble.
<1—Dairy, M. Collins, McMinnville.
Whose Baby is it?
Fifty-five dollars and thirty-two cents and Silverton are progressing nicely.
E. H. XX’oodward, editor of the New- j
Very few farming people attended : H—Domestic goods, David Dalgleish in cash, a fine Hillside Waltham gold There was already a start made in grad
berg Graphic, called Monday.
two month old girl baby I
Tuesday, as harvest is on
XV. T. Logan and family, of Scio, are j j the show
watch, a bunch of eight keys and two ing, but owing to a revision of the line, has caused considerable excitement in ,
hands, and farmers lielieve in | Portland.
visiting friends in this city. They re i 1 their
I—Bread, cakes, Mrs. T. Miller, Ore diamond rings were found on his per the graders had to be recalled.
work before pleasure.
Eugene this week. Babies are rather:
turn home today.
The line from Coburg to Jasper by
son. There were no letters or cards in
Flint Martin ami family left yester want a cheap outfit, separator and en-1 J-l, 2, 3, Mrs. E. B. Fellows; 4 and his pockets. He also had Home personal way of Springfield is all surveyed and common, but this one gains promi
nence from the way it liecame a resl- i
day for Tillamook, where they will gine, enquire of Mrs. XV. J. Helvcr, four ' 5, Mrs. Cora Hopkins, 6, Mrs. V. C.
possessions at the hotel in Portland, ! is being made ready for the graders. dent of Lane county, and the fact that !
camp for some time.
miles north of town.
where he was stopping.— Hillsboro in- As soon as a few right-of-way troubles its parentage is unknown. Tuesday
Lost—between Carlton and this city
K—Misses, Mrs. J. F. Miller.
Parties wishing to purchase farm
are settled, the work will continue.
a black woolen jacket: finder please : property
morning it was found Mr. J. M. Spores j
should call on Rhodes <fc
Two ships carrying 1100 tons of steel who resides on the Mohawk nine miles '
Record of Deed*.
leave it at this office.
Rhodes. They have
Found—A baby's cloak of lady's' ‘ farms to suit purchaser.
The following deeds have lieen file« I ! rails have arrived and the rails have from Eugene, near his front gate warm
i lieen discharged at the East Portland ly dressed and wrapped in a Imggy ■
cloth has been left at this office for an ' The wild blackberry crop is exceed-1 N—Garden products, A. R. Shipley, for record since the last report:
owner. Conic in and claim your prop , ingly large this year and numbers of I Oswego.
docks of the Southern Pacific. Two robe. Its clothing was neat and I m --
our people are in the piountains ! O—Flowers, Mrs. R. O. Thomas, i John J Roberts to Joseph Williams, more ships will soon be due, carrying tokened that the little stranger had
J. L. Rogers and F. XX'. Redmond 1 canning this delicious fruit.
one-seventh of 320 acres in t 2 s r 4 w; another thousand tons, and more to
been well eared for. A satchel of extn
can catch more fish in a given time
P—Natural history; Prof. E. B. Me-: $350.
The circus jieopic running the shell
than J. E. Magers, and he is considered
baby clothing and belongings was left
You Will Find I Mean BUSINESS.
game Tuesday were arrested, but were Elroy.
Although the road will not be fully
with It, and a note as follows: “Please
enth of 320 acres in t 2 s r 3 w; $00.
‘ turned loose because of their ignorance
XX’right's Blackberry Cordial should I i of the law. A fine snap that.
take care of my darling baby.
Ticket vendera and gate keepers were ! Robt Whitten to A R Burliank 45.69 that a much larger business will be done
lie kept in every house. Invaluable in ,
name is Carrie Belle.” An examination '
in all relaxed conditions of the I miwc I s .
appointed as follows:
this year than heretofore, as shippers
I Minnville baseball team to play Port
B P Cardwell to Agnes M Green lot will lie absolutely sure of getting their of the road showed that a buggy had
Hold by Rogers Bros.
Railroad gate—Ticket vender, D. S.
land, also to take in the La Grande
come to Mr. Spores’place «luring the :
products to tide water whenever they
Mrs. H. C. Force fell from a rig in the tournament, commencing Sept. 8th.
Hutchins; gate keepers, J. B. Hinenger 7 block 6 Dayton $100.
night and turned back on the road to
B P Cardwell to D Campbell lots 11 are ready to dispose of them.
mountains and sustained a fracture of A large rattle snake was killed Tues- I ! of Marion county and James Farlemaw,
ward Eugene. Near Guin McPherson’s
the arm. She was brought to this city
and 12 block 3 Dayton; $150.
«lav on B street in this city. His snake-!
and is now doing well.
War Talk at Washington.
farm a band of cattle luid obliterated
ship was found in the dooryard <»f the ! North gate—Ticket vender, W. A.
the track and it could be followed no
Found—In this city on Tuesday a place formerly occupied by Alex. Reed. ‘ Mills of Clackamas county; gate keepers 5 acres in t 3 s r 2 w; $525.
ladies small purse. Owner can have
James Johnson to Thos Brannen lot tioned at Washington, in talking of farther. The buggy was seen going up
The contract for the state reform i | Joel Martin of McMinnville, and Ly-
the same by calling at this office and
the road aliout 11 o’clock the prveious
.12 Lafayette; $loo.
proving property ami paying for this school has been let to D. C. Schell. 1 man Damon, of Polk.
war possibilities with a correspondent
A. R. Burbank to Frank Mcletto 1.70 of the Salt Lake Tribune, has this to evening.
The size of the building is 621x74*. and
East gate—Ticket vender, Ed. Hahn,
Mr. Spores brought the infant to Eu
Impure bltxid and low vitality will the bight 98 feet to the top of the tower. of Marion county; gate keeper, Butler acres in Lafayette; $600.
gene and placed it in the hands of
C W Powell to M V B Stacey lot 111
make fearful inroads on your health.
Preaching services next Sunday mor DeLashmutt, of Yamhill county.
“The United States is well provided
Judge Scott. Several applicants were] CLOSING OUT AT COST
XX’right's Sarsaparilla will cleanse your ning and evening as usual by the pastor
town of Dayton $900.
blood and build you up. Sold by Rog at the Baptist church. The usual cove Race’stable -Gate keepers, Hugh Har R J Stewart to M M Bannister 40 with regularly armed land forces in the made to adopt it and on Wednesday i
national guards of the country, which
nant meeting will be held on Saturday rison, of Marion county, and C. E.Cross, acres in t 4 s r 3 w; $1500.
the pa]iers were made out for its adopt- j
The article by Henry XVatterson is I i at 2 p. in.
M M Bannister to A M Peery. 40 Recent tests and experiments show ion by Mr. and Mrs. J. Ecklcs. That j
an able one on the political situation
Just Arrived—Part of a car-load of Race track gate—Ticket venders, E. acres in t 4 s r 3 w; $1600.
gentleman went to the parties with
and it will do one no harm to read it. ■ carpets at Evenden's furniture store. M. Lafore, Salem, and G. M. Wcidler,
that within forty-eight hours over a
A M Peery to John Glen and W T quarter of the entire force, or upwards whom the child hud been placed with
XX’atterson is a great writer and his ar-' ! He has the liest selection and largest Portland; gate keepers, W. G. Baker,
an order from the judge for it Thursday j
guments are invincible.
1 variety of carpets, matting and floor Fast Portland, anil John Talbert, Clack Pillman lot 218 anil 219 Dayton; $800.
of 25,000 men, well armed an«l fur
E J Deskins to N E Deski ns, ’>.».4 nished with adequate equipments for morning, but was surprised to learn
No one can afford to <lo without oil-cloths in the county.
acres in t 3 s r 2 w; $1.00.
that Mr. Spores luid lieen there the
XX’right’s Myrrh Tooth Soap. It clean-. Rhodes & Rhodes are agents for
Hay tender—J.H.McCormick, Salem.
field service coul«l be concentrated in
ses the mouth, purifies the breath, pre Cambridge, the liest property in the
previous afternoon and taken it away.
Wants th« Surplus Reduced.
New York, Boston and Philadelphia,
serves the teeth and makes them lieau- | suburbs of Portland. They sell on the
Will Give You
A Swindle; Look Ont.
A telegram was also received by Judge
tiful. Sold by Rogers Bros.
It is getting to be a regular thing for ami it is safe to say that inside of a
¡installment plan. For particulars call
Some time ago the agent of the Ran steamers to hang up on Dry Stocking week there could be assenible«l along Scott from a Mr. Shaw, of Napavine,
The human race is divided into two 1 at old postofnee building.
classes—those who go ahead and <lo: The John Robinson show was here som Electric Call Co. came through Bar, every time on coming in or leav the Canadian border at least 75,000 Wash, asking him to hold the child
something, and thos«* who sit still and Tuesday ami gave one performance. this city and by misrepresentation in ing Tillamook, and unless Uncle Sam armed men, a force more than able to until he could be heard from. The ■
inquire, “AVhy wasn’t it done the other The show does not seem to please the duced twelve of our business men to
question of who will finally get posses-1
cope with the present land forces of
way.”— direr Wended! Holmes.
people, as all who went have not utter- take advertising space in the machine. does something in the near future Tilla
sion of the innocent cause of all the
The Oregonian says that John XV. : ! ed one word of praise for it.
The machine was sent here and was ing an inland town. A few thousand ing in possession of a large lot of small trouble is only second to the mystery
Minto of Salem will be chief of the
The daily Dallas Oljserrcr is defunct. not in any particular like the represen
aliout its parentage*. A woman who
Portland police as Chief Parrish will A daily in a small town is not a paying tations of the agent. However little dollars judiciously expended would well armed gun boats, and in control of formerly resided a few miles above Mr. I
soon resign and I m ? appointed weigher institution. A newspaper man is nl-
give us plenty of water on Dry Stocking the Welland canal, the only present
and guager in the custom house.
I ways willing to do more than his share due bills had lieen signed, and when and at the Junction. Those two places means of entrance to the upper lake, Spores on the Mohawk, is suspected by
every signer kicked at the payment improved and a slip cut opposite the could, if unmolested, fill those waters many to be the mother.
The Best Remedy—XX’right’s Paragon j toward the building up of a town
Since the above was written Judge
Heatlaehe Remedy. Stops pain in five
The waterworks reservoir at Grant’s they were placed in the hands of an at town, where boats could turn around, with a dangerous fleet that might do
minutes. Harmless, tasteless, no ill ef was completed last week, and the torney for collection who began suit but
Scott sent Sheriff Noland for the baby. !
fects. A positive cure for headache ami pipes and pumps will lie in position for before papers were served the bills were there is no reason why any steamer untold damage to the beautiful cities The sheriff brought it in and with it
neuralgia. Sold by Rogers Bros.
use in a short time. The electric light paid. If you want to see who the peo now running between the Bay and San that line the lakes. On the other came Mr. and Mrs. Spores, who insist
The ball games in this city Saturday plant it also on the ground and before pie are l«x>k at the call in the Cook Francisco or Portland, could not come hand, this government has con ed oil and plead for the possession of
right up to the city docks. Of course trol of the St. Clair ship canal,
ami Sunday lietween Salem and Mc long will furnish light for the city.
house, it will tell you. The T ele the bulk of the lumber will lie shipped by means of which the Huron the little stranger. Finally Mrs. Eck-
Minnville were very unsatisfactory to
A Kansas man wants to liet $10,000 to
the people because of the actions ot the $50 that he can walk from Leaven- phone -R egister is one of them, but from points on the bay, but Tillamook Superior and Michigan are reached, so les was indu«?e<l to release her claim,
Salem tMiys. Both games were won ; worth to Junction city, a third of the we hope our loss will tie someone’s gain I
and the chapter closed by new adoption
' length of the state, without taking his Let the newspapers of the- state look situated as it is at the extreme head of that if necessary this vantage point papers being made and the infant tak
could lie so occupied as to exclude the
The big sheriff’s sale of lots for taxes feet from mortgaged ground, except out for the genteel liar who is selling navigation and the center of the liest
ing the name of Carrie Belle S|M>n*s.— !
at Seattle—some 56 columns of small when lie crosses a county roa«l ora rul- them. He told a different story to farming district on the coast, will be enemy from those waters; and also, it is Guard.
the natural shipping point both by rail not only possible, but probable, that the
type—would indicate that many people . i road.
had Invested there, made part payment
Rev. H. XV. Hicks, of the Pacific everyone who invested in advertising and water, if her citizens will only get American land forces would, unless sur
and afterwards concluded that the lots • Christian Advocate, Portland, will space.
A well authenticated story comes to
were not worth the remaining install preach in the M. E. church next Sab
A Live Controversy.
named removed. A board of trade wreck the Welland canal so as to shut us, says the Prineville Neuv, to Jlie ef
ments and let go.
bath, morning and evening. Also ser
should at once lie organized and the oft' invasion at that point. On the fect that a certain valley in Lake county
A suspicious looking trunk that had
been in a Seattle warehouse for several Hicks or O. B. Whitmore, at McCabe fornia says the Helena Journal. The ed matter laid before the proper nuthori- whole, the conditions are favorable to called the Sikan, contains many dead It
itor of the Humboldt Times, was robbed ties.— Heetdl igh t.
the United States so far as the mere act cattle, and that the carcasses are resting
weeks past was searched recently and Chapel.
was found to contain two sacks of pota
A committee at Sheridan consisting by a highwayman. He spoke of his
ion of Canada is concerned, but on the (not roosting) in the tops of mahogany
The Wet Test.
toes, three Bibles, a hatful of type and of D. C. Coleman, R. L. Churchman, J. 1
seaboard the situation is totally differ trees, ten to twelve feet above the
some wearing apparel. It is supposed XX’. Bones, C. S. Clark and C. T. Sailing ! loss in his paper, and philosophized on
Somebody is trying to boom a town
that the trunk was the property of a j have been appointed to incorporate a i the causes leading men to crime. The over on Tillamook bay, called Bay city, ent. There is scarcely a harbor that ground. The snow was very deep out
could lie defended with the present there and stock losses accordingly. The
man who started a paper to fill a long real estate anil building bompany with ■ robber from a safe distance, replied to
a capital of $10,(»10, their first purpose' the editors article, and opened up quite with flaming articles in the papers, de means. There is hardly a coast city few that were seen dead in the tree tops
a discussion, finally assuring the editor claring that it will be the biggest town that «xiuld not lie wrecked and ruined when the snow disappeajed evidently
According to figures given out by being to erect a $5,000 brick hotel.
Superintendent Jenkins, the population
Bill Young and Jim Sharp treated i that if he needed the money more than in the state. This is equal to the Ana by a hostile naval force, and there are withstood much suffering from cold
of thirteen western Washington towns the citizens to a novel tight Wednesday. the robber did, the sum would be re cortes ltoont over on the sound, Pasco, innumerable points where Eng and hunger liefore they succumlied.
R. .JACOBSON, Third St
is at follows; Olympia, 4692; Port They each had a host* and began to wet
in eastern Washington, or Pine addi land could easily land a large force of
Down by the Sea.
Townsend, 4555; X’aiieouver, 3486; Sno each other down. Thev finally got into funded. The editor is trying to prove
Two Train* Daily.
Notice to Contractor*.
homish, 1995; Centralia, 1672; Puyallup, close quarters and squirted water into I that he actually needs the money, while tion in The Willamette river bottom op troups, which would sorely test the
1736; Chehalis, 1471; Ballard. 1157; An each other face for ten minutes or until the highwayman continues to write in- posite Springfield, which before the strength of our own army by carrying The seaside is a pleasant spot to spend
Effective May 11th, 1890, the I nion
a few days during the heated term, but Pacific system will establish two daily | Healed bid« will I m - received up to 1
acortes, 1436; Kent, 861; Bucoda, 795;! iMjfh were nearly drowned.
teiesting articles on the theory of crime, flood last winter was destined to lie the war into American territory. An in
Orting, 657; Tenino, 302.
the accommodations at Newport arc in trains lietween Portland and Spokane o’clock p. m., August 2nd 1890, by the
The California girl, Lillian Frances and an amicable adjustment of financial largest city in Western Oregon, and vasion by England could be accomplish
There is said to be a strange freak of Smith, champion rifle shot of the world, and theoretical diflerenees seems far after the flood was nowhere to lie seen. ed in a very easy manner, although his adequate for an excursion party. The 1 Falls. Pullman palace sleepers and re lioard of directors of school district No.
11, Carlton, Yamhill county Oregon,
nature in the lower part of town where is in Roseburg this week, with her !
hills near the city are dotted with cot
' —Eugene Journal.
tory liears the imprint of certain records tages and tents, whose inhabitants seem clining chair ears will be run lietween ■ for the construction of a two story
in the potato crop of J. F. Groves is shooting gallery. Miss Smith gives away.
the victim. Three or four «lavs ago the some wonderful exhibitions of iKitli
that have a tendency to establish a lie- to sup more real enjoyment in a day
< frame school house, according to plans
tops were green and thrifty. Yesterday plain ami ornamental shooting and is
lief in the American mind that this
and specifications to lje seen at W. A.
than the peevish guest at a hotel could
they appeared brown, sun-burnt and doing a lucrative business.— Plaindeal-
The examination of D. C. Tallman,
Made by Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
This new arrangement will afford
country could repeat the dose already
Howe’s store in Carlton, Oregon*
witiiere«! as if stricken by frest. Some €i*.
of Dayton, who was arrested the other Hrs. Beldeu. an aged and feeble lady at DIO given twice and send the red coats find in a week.— Corrallis Times.
attribute It to gophers; others say it is
Rights to reject any an«l all bids re-
The T elephoxe -R egister contains i
the work of worms at the roots, while
home with a thrashing. Upon the Thomas Lalond, a farmer four miles ditional facilities. Tickets, detailed !served. By order of the board.
others say it is caused by bugs working more reading matter and less obnoxious 1 ols, a merchant in Dayton, for stealing ily for months was completely restored and is whole the situation is remarkably inter cast of Salem, now exhibits bristles four time of trains, and general information,
W. L. H anna , Clerk.
a«ls than any paper in the county. . $150, was held Wednesday before Jus now well and healthy.
inches long, taken from the mane of can lie obtained upon application to any
in th«* tops.— Observer.
Carefully selected and fresh miscella tice Shurtleff and was dismissed, the J. II. Brown, book-keeper Petaluma. Cured esting.”
the wild hog he killed the other night. ticket agent I nion Pacific Sv«tom.
ARE you made miserable by Indigestion,
Mr. Earp, of Pendleton, tells the neous matter with all the local news I
entirely of his indigestion and constipation.
Obey the Law.
The liog was three feet four inches high
T. W. L ee ,
Constipation. Hizzines«. Ix>*s’of Appetite,
East Oregonian that while in Arling makes it a paper which should lie in prosecution not finding suflficent evi- Miss Clara Melvin. 126 Kearney street, S. F.,
at the shoulders; from liis nose to the
Skin? Shiloh's X'italizer is a |x>si-
ton the other day he participated in a every houseliold. Take it ami make ’ I deuce to carry the case. D. C. Tallman Cured of &11 aggravated case of indigestion and
People from all parts of ’he state are top of his head was twenty-one inches;
tive care; sold by Rogers Bros.
chase for a huge rattlesnake which was your family happy.
is wcilknown in this vicinity, and no J. R. Fonratt, Chiei Wharfinger, foot of Clay
found under a sidewalk in th«* business
Ind .says; "Both myself ami wife owe
SHILOH’S Catarrh Remedy, a positive
Kay Todd have had papers served one thinks that the theft was committ street, 8. F. Cured ci .pains in the back, liver cinity of Albany at $5 a piece and tak his tail was five feet eight inches. His our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. cure for Catarrh. Diptheria an 1 Canker
partoftown. The reptile was driven
ing them home for breeding purposes. lower tusks were four and three quarter Sold by Rogers Bros
Month. Sold by Rogers Bro*.
from his hiding place, hissing the while on them to appear in the Vnited States ed by him. The prosecuting witness trouble and sick headaches.
inches long, and his umier tusks two
in venomous rage at its persuers, and court to show why a jmlgment of $4.500 should be more careful in the future in Mr.;. J. Lamphere, 1242 Market street, 8. F., had —Ex.
and one half inches. His weight was
G. A. IL Canter Pont.
finally slnughtere<l with sticks ami should not be given Pope, the wool bringing an innocent person under tlie been under physicians’ care for two years for I And if old and young birds continue 260 pounds. This wild hog had a record
I liver complaint. With the third bottle she re to killed off indiscriminately as fast as
stones. It was as large as a man's wrist man. The firm sold him 20000 pounds of
of Third and F streets,
of about eight years it that neighbor
wool ami the money was paid. He now ban which must necessarily follow pub gained her oid a-icustomcd health.
and had twelve buttons.
McMinnville, Or. Post meets on the i
Gates A. Henry, Props,
says that he did not receive the wool. lic proceedings.
Fred. A. Blecker, Baldwin Hotel, S.F., suffered
at frequently. He seldom molested second and fourth Saturdays of each
The chang«* of time table which g«K*s The drop in price and his loss on the
’ for years with dyrpeosra. Feit better the first around Albany will be sending off their
into effect 25th current on the Oregon wool is the cause of the suit.
Oregon Press Association
i week and is now cured.
$5 pieces to get some to start with again. spring.
rades cordially invited to attend.
Pacific, will accommodate a large class
J. B. G ardner , Commander.
A lady passenger on the west I Kill nd
The fourth annual meeting of the . cured of sick headaches and liver trouble.
W yatt H arris ; Adjutant.
The Mail tells of a family living in
The train between Albany and Green train, says East Oregonian, gave birth “editors and publishers”|of Oregon, will ' Edward Nestoil, 79 Everett street, S. F., cmed
Hportsmenjand others should see that
the precinct of Medford, all of whom
Basin will leave the eastern point in to a child whilecn route lietween Hunt lie held in Portland, the session com of pains in the back an;l chronic biliousness.
the law protecting the fine birds Is en ' from the head of the family to the SHILOH'S cure will immediately relieve
the morning arriving at Albany at ingdon and Baker city. The little one,
Whooping Cough and Bronchitis; Everything New
And over 1000 others.
youngest child, a 2 year old, smoke Croup.
11.20 a. m., and returning leave Albany
sold tiy Rogers Bros.
14, and continuing four days. The prin.
at 1.10 p. m. This will give connections
have a printed guarantee on every bottle of
it an old fashioned fire place, and here,
WHY will you congli when Shiloh's cur
with the Yaquina,Southern Pacific and tong enough to explore its new sur ci pal business will lie Thursday even Shiloh's
Vitalizer. It never tail« to cure.
repairs for peer in the winter time after a meal, the will give immediate rcleif Price 10 et«, 50
Narrow Gauge trains, and people from
ami $1. Sold by Rogers Bros
valley points can reach the heart of the
ing or McCormick binders please give husband, wife and children enjoy
"HACKMETACK” alastingand fragrant
Cascade mountains on tlu* day they the train at Pendleton ami interred in ance is desired.C has . N ickell , Pres.
A NASA I. Injector free with each is, tile
perfume ; pri
price 25 and 50 cent«. Sold by
themselves in silent chewing awl smok of Shiloh's Catarrh Reinetlv; price .ri0 centr. Corner Second and E Streets, one block
leave home. This must largely Increas«* th«* cemetery here. The mother is doing
as early as possible to insure arrival.
E. C. P f . xti . axo , Sec.
ing and spitting in the ashes.
Sold bv Roger« Bros.
from Cook« hotel.
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