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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1890)
NEW GOODS IN All
KAY & TODD’S +
Largest and Best selected stock of Piece Goods for our Tailoring Department on the West side
SECRET OF AMERICAN
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
T he investigation of the charges
against Commissioner Raum Itegan last
week, and no sooner did the Commis
sioner take the stand than he was forced
to admit that he had in January last,
soon after his appointment as Commis
sioner of Pensions, borrowed 815,000 at
a Washi ngton bank, on notes endorsed
by George E. Lemon, the millionaire
pension agent- Lemon was too shrewd
to give him the money outright, and so
he endorsed Baum’s note, Raum being
well known to be impecunious. On
the day after the loan was made Raum
advanced 6,000 of Lemon’s cases in the
Pension Office and made them special.
Yet Raum pretended to be indignant
that there should be charges against
Considerable testimony was give l>e-
fore the committee relative to Raum’s
refrigerator company and other matters ¡
in which he is mixed up.
That Raum will be benefitted to the ?
extent of thousands of dollars, outside '
of his salary, by holding the office of
pension commissioner, is believed by
every body who knows tbe man and
his manner of doing business. But
“what are we here for?” as Mrs Webst
er Flanagan asked his fellow Republi
cans at Chicago. Raum knows that he
was appointed by the (»ension agents to
do their bidding and it is naturnal that
he should expect favors from them.
Two Trains Dall.v.
' Effective May lltli, 1890, the Union
O. J. Menoeal and several other gen The ¡arge falling off of the republican
Pacific system will establish two dally
tlemen of the engineering staff of the vote in Kentucky and Tennessee is the
No one has hitherto credited Count Nicaragua canal construction corps
trains hetwecn Portland and Spokane
HARDING &. HEATH. Publishers.
Tolstoi, the great Russian novelist, with have just reached Washington from reply of the southern republicans to the
Falls. Pullman palace sleepers and re
a specially exhaustive study of Ameri Grevtown, on a short leave of absence. force bill. In Alabama it was an
clining chair cars will be run l>etween
can history. Yet he made a remark They report commendable progress al nounced liefore the election that the re
I Portland and Spokane Falls without
publicans would stay at home on elec
ready on the great engineering project. tion day as a protest against the force
On. Copy, per year, inadvance............... $2 00 i
One Copy, six month, in advance.............. 1 00 > other European since De Tocqueville Several million dollars have already
This new arrangement will afford
has more distinctly recognized the been spent and the active work of canal bill. The returns show how effectually
| ix>th local and through passengers ad-
they did it. Jefferson County, contain
I jieeuliar merit of our institutions. “In
, ditional facilities. Tickets, detailed
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville the United States,” he told an Ameri construction is now well under way ing Birmingham, in which many
‘ time of trains, and general information,
and so well started and tinder such north republicans have settled, cast 3,-
Oregon, as second-class matter.
can I m - ol>tained upon application to any
can visitor, “you have the best of all favorable financial auspices that the
i ticket agent Union Pacific System.
governments, because you scarcely success of the scheme, they say, is as
T he adtebtisixg R ates or T he T ei . e -
T. XV. L ee , ’
1890. Lauderdale county, containing
I’HOXE-REGisTEn are liberal, taking in know that you have any government sured.
Gen’l Pass. Agent.
••on,¡deration the circulation. Single at all.” It is true, if we reflect upon it,
The Nicaragua company lias recently siderable northern immigration and
inch. $1.00; each subsequent inch. $.75. that outside of the seaboard cities,
■Special inducements for yearly or semi-
purchased, at enormous expense, the
where merchants feel the arm of the plant of the American Dredging com capital, cast 1,120 republican votes in
Federal Executive exerted through the pany, which had lieen doing work on 1888 and 435 in 1890. Talladega county
J ob W oke N eatly A no Q uickly E xecuted
Has Ixsen appointed agent for
citizen is never brought the abandoned Panama canal. The containing the town of the same name,
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
which used to be known as the repub
the best in Yainhill county and as good into direct contact with the Federal
dredges are now being delivered at
as any in the state A complete steam
Government, except through the post Grevtown, and the Nicaragua company lican stronghold, cast 2,179 votes in 1888
plant insures quick work.
office machinery. Even with the State will operate them itself, instead of let and only 937 in 1890.
R esolctioxs or C oxdolexce axi > all O iut - government, he is drawn into immed
county many of the republicans must
nary Poetry will be charged for at regular
ting contracts for such work as these
iate and conscious chiefly through the i dredges arc adapted to. Already the have voted the democratic ticket, for
higher courts of law. To this day, as pier or breakwater extending out into there was not only a rpeublican loss of
A ll C ommunication » M ust B e S igned B y
This is not a New Machine, having
the person who sends them, not for pub in the early epoch of New England his the gulf at Graytown is nearly com 2,080, but a democratic gain of 2,413.
been in use in this county
lication, unless unaccompanied by a ‘ non tory, it is the unit of social organization
In Talladega county much the same was
pleted and actual dredging for the canal
«le plume,’’ but for a guárante* of good
for eight years.
faith. No publications will he published the local goverment of the county, on the gulf side has begun. The tele true, for while there was a repub
unless so signed.
township, and municipality, with graph line from Greyton to Lake Nica lican loss of 1,242, there was a demo
cratic gain of 480. The republicans had
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither l or which the average citizen is most in ragua connecting with the lines on the
a majority of 196 in Talladega county
the editorial or business departments, to timately and constantly concerned.
T he T elephone -R egister . McMinnville, Nowhere else in the world—for English- Pacific coast, is completed, and the in 1888, and the threat of the force bill
is not jointed, therfore will not
railway from Greytown, laid along the
but will run in any position.
* * *
line of the canal, is well under way. At of 1,535 in 1890.
SsarLE C omes Or T he TELKrnoxr.-Rr.Gis- i blessing, have in a large measure lost
1 This Mower
ter will l)e mailed to any person in the
If Mr. Reed will listen real hard he
United States or Europe, who desires one, it—is the habit of local self-rule so un- eighty officers or engineers arc on t he
can hear what the country is saying The Best Remedy—Wright’s I’aragon
: iversal and inveterate as it is in the ground and at work.
free of charge
Headache Remedy. Stops pain in five
| United States. In this habit lies the The first work, preliminary to the alvont the force bill.
W e I nvite Y ov T o C ompare T he Tr.i.r-
minutes. Harmless, tasteless, no ill ef
raoNE-REoiSTEB with any other paper J safeguard of a personal libertly insepar work on the canal proper, was the
and any casting showing a defect
fects. A positive cure for headache and
published in Yamhill county.
able from public order, the secret of our building of the great pier at Greytown, I At the recent meeting of the Ameri neuralgia. Sold by Rogers Bros.
will be replaced free of charge.
’ exemption from reactionary conspira- extending 1800 feet out toward deep
can association for the advancement of
All »nbscribern who do not reccirt their 5 cieson the one hand and from charchic
paper regularly will confer a faror by im ‘ revolution on the other. It is the water. This pier is necessary to protect science, at Indianapolis, Dr. Edward
mediately reporting the me to thin office. absence of this habit which makes re the entrance to the canal, and work on Orton, the state geologist of Ohio, read
it was liegun early last January. Seven a paper in which he asserted that there
publican government in France unsat hundred feet of the pier has been com
We have a full stock of
was not the slightest doubt that the
Thursday, September 11, 1890.
isfactory and unstable—unsatisfactory pleted. This pier lias proved a lucky
natural gas supply in the Indiana and
because the present French republic is enterprise. When work was liegun on
Ohio fields is not only exhaustible but
more intensely centralized than many
Prince Louis of BattcnlxTg, when a monarchies, and unstable Itecause the it the entrance to the harbor was ob is rapidly and surely lteing exhausted.
voting man, took a fancy to the art of I people hold the ruler of tlie moment ac- structed by a sand bar. The seven The gas, he said, is stored in the rocks,
I) Street, McMinnville.
printing and wrestled with the types ! countable for shortcomings rooted in hundred feet of pier already built has where it has been for untold ages; it is i
until he became a tolerably good type the national character. When the so changed the currents that the ob not now Ijcing generated, and every ’
setter. He has never “carried the ban | French commutes, arrondissements, structing sand bar has almost entirely foot that escapes the surface leaves the
ner,” however, and still ba» considera I and departments acquire tlic functions ; worn away by the action of the water. quantity remaining for future use just,
so much smaller. According to Dr. ■ Ladies are invited to call anil examine ;
ble to learn about the business.
of local self-help and self-control, which
THE “RECIPROCITY” TRICK.
Orton the pressure of gas in the wells ‘ our stock.
T hk striking of a large well a short I are exercised in this country by town Free sugar, which was to be made • in the Ohio and Indiana fields is |
distance below the city of Santa Bar
tlie subject of great republican boasting I steadily diminishing, the decrease al-)
bara gives abundant evidence that a I tions will, for the first time, lx- impregn- before bucolic audiences, must go. But ready having amounted to 30 or 40 per i
gas-bearing stratum underlies the reg I ably established, for then Frenchmen . how? It would never do to piteli it out : cent. Upon this statement of facts he
ion, and it is likely that it can furnish ,
I of the bill upon the ground that the de- ' based a plea for action on the part of
gas in quantities to be of commercial Count Tolstod perceives, what is over- tieit was in sight. Such an open con- ; states and cities to restrict the lavish Parties desiring the service of an auction
on which wo can give you bargains.
imjxirtance.— San Franeieco Rrawiner. i looked by too many European Liberals, j I fession of extravagance would lie fatal. and wasteful use of gas. The strictest eer will do well to give us a call. Satisfac
I that to confer parliamentary govern- ’
Farm sales a specialty.
Then Mr. Blaine appeared upon the regulations, he said, could not prevent
Address P. O. box 181, McMinmlvle, Or.
Harvey YV. Scott, the editor of the i ment upon a jieople l»efore it has shown
scene with his reciprocity joker, “Too the exhaustion of the supply of gas in a
Oregonian recently, in an interview at j itself capable of managing the affairs of
late!" shouted the entire McKinley few years, but they might delay it. i
Tacoma, used this language: “I am in ; a township, is to begin at tbe wrong
pack in chorus. No, not too late. Mr. —Bretdetreelg.
theory, a free trader,” and yet this end. But, it may be «aid, if you give a
Blaine's appearance was most oppor-
of all kinds done in the most work
wSX*d ‘‘APHRODITINE’’ ?erf”°d“Y
same person i» the editor of one of the
most rabid protectionist pa]x‘rs in the I will have the good sense to encourage
the problem. “Here you have it,” said ly settled.
United States. Comment is unneces local self-government. Such is not the
PIFE, HOSE, ETC.
Mr. Blaine, with a double-barrelled Like the famous case of Jarndyce
to cure any
sary.—Pendleton Tribune (Repi.
I lesson of history. France has had a
i wink at Mr. Aldrich and Mr. X’oorhees. versus Jarndyce it has come to end, be- j
form of nervous
parliament for a century, vet the trace
always in stock.
disease, or any
The election bill will be postjxmed of local self-rule are now few and faint, j “Just tell the dear people you are hold- cause the property in dispute has Ijeen :
disorder of the
until the next session of congress. This compared with what they were under l ing on to the sugar tax so as to have absorbed while the complainants quar-1
O. O. HODSON.
gans of either
sex whether ar-
is the decision finally arrived at by the the Bourbons. So, too, the British something to swop with the Cubans I reled about it.
from the _______
republican senators. Now, if they Parliament, until the recent reaction and Brazilians for favors to American The Alaska fur seal is all but extinct excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium,
through youthful indiscretion, over indulr
would only agree t« postpone the Mc which led to the establishment of flour and pork. That will catch the j and it does not matter now whether the or
cncc, Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power. Wakefur
Kinley bill for time and eternity, they county councils, had long been en-1 i farmers nicely and console them fora Behring sea is an open ocean or a closed ness, Bearing down Pains iu the Back, Seminal
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
would prove themselves entitled to all crouching
Emissions, Leucorrhoea, Dizziness, Weak Mem-
liberties. ' : restoration of the tax on sugar, and sea. An industry that has already al
Loss of Power and Impotency. which if ne-
the gratitude now lying around loose The framers of our own Federal:
I yielded the United States Government fjected
often lead to premature old age and insan-
ty. Price 11.00 a box, 6 boxes for |5.00 Sent by
in these United States.— Pioneer Preet. Constitution discerned the tendencies | I barrelled wink] that will save the reve- | $8,000,000, and would have yielded $1, mail
receipt of price.
! nue, of which you know we are going I “00,000 a year for the next twenty years A WHITTEN
GUARANTEE for every >5.00
I have purchased the
asembly toward central- I , < 1 ,
, « ,
1 , • in
to refund the money if a Permanent
A deputy sheriff of Napa county, of a national
... to be sorely
need t when
your money- | if it had lx’en preserved, has lxxm des order,
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
.... ., ™. .
Cal., had an experience the other day , iztion and ■ absorption,
. them: , but . <■ for which
,-i I siiending
materialize.” That troyed by poachers in the short space from old and young, of both sexes, permanently ¡
* . .r schemes
cured by A phroditinx . Circular free. Address
which, he says, will remain fixed in burners against
, habits ot .. self-government),,
. is just the size of the reciprocity
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
/ scheme, ! of five years; and no one but a few
his wind as long as life shall endure.
. . .
■ . Bear it in mind, gentle taxpayers, ; drunken seal pirates, a dozen schexmer
He was sent to Calistoga with a bench- i v-
all the eloquent reeiprocitydis-
Warehouse, in McMinn-
i owners and a few makers of tirearms I Sold
, sole agents for Me
warrant to arrest a woman. She asked
j courses you will presently hear.— Cheea- | have benefited by its destruction.
ville, and it will be
to lie excused until she could arrange
I (7o Time*.
A CURIOUS FACT.
her toilet, and when she returned
WORDS OF CAUTION.
Alxiut the thinnest argument made
without a rag of clothingon said: “You
THOROUGHLY RE FITTED
can take me now.”
The following circular from the com
from the commercial editor of the missioner of the general office in regard
Under the management of the Oregon State Board of Agriculture, will And put in good order in
An exchange with republican eeuti-) Bulletin and is as follows: It is a fact to setting out fires in the timber is per
be held on the State Fair Grounds near Salem, Commencing on
ments ask.» this question: “Who will ; that American wheat is being imported tinent just now in view cf the extreme
' time to receive grain. All
succeed Hon. John H. Mitchel as) in New Y'ork from Liverpool at a profit. dryness of everything:
Attention will be paid to
United States senator?” We make It happens in this way. Steamers) “The attention of the public is called :
haste to reply that it is all cut and dried chartered to load wheat are compelling to the fact that large quantities of timber
the wants of the Farmer,
-------- And lasting one week.--------
for Mitchell to succeed himself, and the charterer to give them cargo or pay are annually destroyed by forest tires
and I solicit a share of the
right here we add, it would be impossi demurrage, that is, pay for the time a which in many cases originated through
ble to “cut and dry” a thing like this vessel is detained beyond the time al the carelessness of hunting prospecting
beforehnud if the United States senators lowed for sailing. As there is less loss : and other camping parties, while in
-------- CASH PREMIUMS--------
were elected by a direct vote of the peo in putting the wheat aboard than in some instances they may occur through
Offered for agricultural, stock and mechanical exhibits, for works of i
meeting bills for demurrage, the wheat designr. I take this method of warning
ple.— Er'»t Oregonian.
Having purchased the Drug Stock of B. F. Fuller and established
is put aboard and options sold against
The other day, while a circus was ex it for delivery later on. This is found all persons that hereafter the cause and in business here, we would most respectfully solicit a share of public
Reduced rates for fare and freight on all transportation lines to and
hibiting at Reno, Nevada, a fiend in much more profitable than to sell,
patronage. The stock will at once be largely replenised with the best front the Fair. Important improvements have been made upon the
human shape named O’Gosh gave a i the wheat in London, because the
class of goods known to the Leading Labratoi'ies of America and Eu grounds and increased facilities are offered exhibitors.
boy two bits to walk around under the I American market is relatively higher is ascertained to have originated rope, and we will be found at all times supplied with the
1» t i*
nnd most popular *rl*nttflc end
published and Ln« the I arrest
botches where an entire seminary of , than the English. So the steamers through carelessness or design, tlia
rirculatkin of any pnper of It* <■!*** in ths world.
Fully illtifdrtited. Beat class of Wood Rnerav-
young ladies were seated, and let loose that take the wheat to Liverpool will parties implicated will lx: prosecuted to
Ing*. PuhlUhed weekly. Hen<1 for specimen
cony. I»ri< •• ?3 h year. Four months* trial. fl.
a hive full of trained bees near the hind I bring it back, and after paying freight the full extent of the law. Special
MI NN & < oM 1*1 hi mnERR. KI Broadway, N.Y.
legs of the young ladies aliove. Eye over and back, there will be more mon i timlier agents are hereby directed to
Four Nights During^the Week.
ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS
witnesses of the terrible scene state that ey in the business to the shippers than
A splendid field of horses entered in the speed department, and fine H Edition of Scientific American. V
there was an average of nine sweet girl if they were to sell it to arrive on the j local laws of the states and territories, and a full line of Druggist’s Sundries, Paints. Oils. Varnishes, Optical
A creat s . hwm , Kach tom eoatelo. rolorM
exhibitions of racing will be given each day.
graduates in the air all the time. Well English market. The American sys I relating to the unlawful setting out of. Goods, etc., together with a Fine Line of
KHto^raphic T-latea <»f country and city reel den-
public bulldtugs. Numerous engrsvinae
may the moralist ask: “Whither are we tem of protection finds a happy illustra
fun nlnn-i and epeeffleations for the use of
as contemplate building. Price 12.So a year.
j The public generally are requested to
urged to make as many of their entries on Saturday before the fair as •ttcii
?'« • ! a • pv.
MI N5 & CO.. Prui TSWEKA.
tion right at this point. But for the aid the officers of the government in
possible. Goods, animals and articles for exhibition must be in their
duty on wheat, India and Russia would efforts to check tbe evil referred to and 1
T he great Republican bouncer. Assis I be shipping their crops to the United
It is our ambition to conduct the leading Pharmacy on the West
tant Postmaster-General Clarkson, con States. This, however, is an unusual the punishment of all offenders.”
FBICES OF jfttolOlJÆISSIOiT.
Side, and our ambition is backed by several years’ experience in leading
M 40 ?
expertener* and bavs mad* pser
cluded his service in the postoffice de
MI.WM application* for American and F«»r-
The Northwestern Miller says: “The drug establishments, both wholesale and retail. Especial attention will Man’s day ticket...........
condition of things, and its duration
50c M pi«w
patent*, bend for Handbook. Corre»*
partment on the 1st inst. He will »»- can only be temporary. The specula trade appears to have settled on a total
Woman’s day ticket
25c poudence fc’rictly confidential.
sume the presidency of the Judson tors sometimes overdo themselves, and yield of about 410,060.000 bushels of be given to filling prescriptions, and customers will be cheerfully accom
pneumatic railway company. During get things terribly mixed.
mark in not re^inered in tbs Pat-
winter and spring. A shortage below
$1 00 •nl In Office, yonr
Woman’s season ticket
apply to M unn a Co.. and procure
his term in office, about eighteen
immediate protection, »end for Handbook.
last year of 80,000,000 bushels is no
COPYRIGHT* for books, charts,
months, Clarkson lias appointed 26,675
quickly procured. Address
At certain times the public seems to mean item in the establishment of the
J. T. GREGG, Secretary,
D. H. LOONEY, President. etc.. MUNN
fourth-class ]>ost matters and establish go wild after some particular drug or year’s prices, and when the doubt? of
A <’G., Potent Solicitors.
GKMKHAT. Orrt* afil Hnn»bW*v
Your patronoge is respectfully solicited.
ed 5,660 new postoffices.
In the presi medicinal preparation, and the drug-
full yield in many other countries are
dential offices 2,217 appointments have , gists have to keep a large supply to not removed the whole justifies expec
In the circuit court of the Mate of (Ireton
8, HOWORTH A CO.
lieen made, leaving only 400 of this meet the demand. Just now there are tations of fair values.” Jay Gould be-
for Yamhill county.
class unchanged. It is not as yet an two jmpular preparations on the mark ■ lieves that the difference in money that
Emily Coolcilge, Plaintiff,
Just received, a full line of Seely's Perfumes. None superior.
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
nounced who his successor will l>e.
signed has been appointed Executrix oi the Matthew Cooledge. Dr'endant.)
et, antiprine and antipyretic. They will go to the growers of wheat, corn,
estate of W. H. Bingham, deceased. All
To Matthew t’ooledg ■ Raid defendeul:
seem to be taken for nil ailment», from
l>ersonH having claims against said estate
A German physician who lives in a headache to a sore throat, and their rye, barley and small grain generally
the name of the state of Oregon, you
will present the same to the undersigned at are In hereby
will be between 8400,000,000 and $500,-
required to appear and answer
Chicago and knew Bismark during his praises are in everyone's mouth, The
the law office of F W Fenton at McMinn
filed against you in the
000,000 more this year than last. On
ville, Or gon, properly verified, within six above entitled suit
youth says that the late Chancellor of preparations are rarely prescribed by
on or before the 22nd
months from this date
corn alone, taking the present market
A D , 1890, that being
the German Empire was a scapegoat physicians, but the great public, who
Dated July 24th, 1890
quotation as compared with 1889, and
next regular term of
and bully. “He used to take delight , treats itself must have them. Doctors
said eouit, and if you fail so to answer for
Signor Llbcrati’s Millitary Band of Fifty Selected Musicians will furnish tbe
apply to the court
in annoying children, and 1 rememlier i are continually «¿enouncing self-treat-
music. Six and one half acres of floor space filled to overflowing with the won F. W Fenton, Atty, for Estate
but 1,600,000,000 bushels as against 2,- ders
for a decree dissolving the marriage con
of this wonderful age. A world of Mechanics in Miniature. Not to visit I
liow he amused himself by raising me iuent by the public, and are prolific in
000,000,000 bushels last year, there will this Great Exposition and view its wonders in every department of art and sci All persons knowing themselves indebted tract now existing letwecn plaintiff’ and de
fendant, and decreeing that defendant have
and my brother several feet from the warnings that only evil eau /■ome of1
be in round figures something like $200,- ence will be to miss an opportunity such as has never been presented to the peo- i to the above estate will please pay the earn no interest in the property described in
ground by taking hold of our cars. He the practice, but then- is a well-ground
öu'.» «/ M
to F. W. Fenton.
plaintiff's complaint herein filed, and for
000,000 additional profit to sellers. He
• > ¡ • •
evidently though it fine fun, and when ed suspicion in the public mind that
care and custody of tbe minor children
tnlk kzl» t
lays great stress U|»oii the fact that there
Hl -» I
we poor little devils screamed he just | tbe greatest evil the doctors dread is
and further relief at prayed for and for the
will be short crops in many parts of
laughed as though bls lieart would tbe ruin of'heir practice if people I lo j Europe; this will necessitate correspond- Will opeji Sept. 25th and close Oct. 2d. $-5,.500 is offered in cash premiums in
costs and disbursements of this suit
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•• • a
This summons is published six weeks in the
this department. Stock department open to visitors from 9 a. m. to 5 p m Ex-1
break. My mother was always sorry gin to treat their own infirmities.— ' inglv large exports.
TEt.ETHOXE-REGtsTF.li by order of Hon. K.
when his vacation came around, and JlWeo/no.
P. Boise, judge of said court, made August
Mind wanderinc cured. Book* tfkied
'HACKMETCAK”a lasting and fragrant Price, adults, 50 cts; children 25 cts. Reduced rates on all transportation lines
in on« rsadiac. Testimonials früh all
flth A. 1». lfWO.
she was always pleased wheu it was,
For information address,
perfume; price 25 and .V» cent«. Sola by lending to Portland.
parts of the clots. Prospectus post
S. F. HARDING.
FB£X. seul on application to Prof.
time for him to go away.”
E. W. ALLEN. Supt. and Sec.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
A. Loteetto, »7 FiPtb Are. Mew York,
Davidson & Squire,
O. O. HODSON
The Sickle Bar
Too Busy Opening and Marking
New Stocks of New Goods, now
arriving, for an extensive ad.
It is our aim to have all our
FALL STOCK opened up for the
Inspection of the throngs of Peo
ple attending The Yamhill Coun
ty Fair. Call and see us. Our
Stock is Immense; Nothing Equals
it in Quantity, Quality, or Price,
outside of Portland.
Is Fully Warranted
Extras are also Kept on Haod.
STOVES AND RANGES.
The Celebrated French Cure,
M c M innville ,
Galloway & Goucher
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 1890.
Purest Drugs and Chemicals,
Stationery and School Supplies.
Prices will be Pul upon a Living Cash Basis.
The Pavilion Will be Open