The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, September 18, 1890, Image 3

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    A STARTLING CASE.
KALEM WIT HO VT A TITLE.
WEATHER-CROP BVLLETIX.
RAR DOCKET
J. I,. Roger« is sick witli chills and
fever.
I For the Week Ending Saturday, Sept. 13.
Quarter Section in that City Wliirh No .1 Kp.Ulent of Union County Talk. tli<
State of Oregon vs Amos XVhitlow;
1890---V. S. Signal Service.
» Hewitt Bros have a tine line of
1'lrwt Time in Seventeen Years.
Man Owns.
perjury.
school supplies books etc.
Thursday. September 18, 1890.
About
normal temperature prevailed
State of Oregon vs A Bolx?rtson ; as­
, A singular case is reported to the La
It is not generally known, but ae-:
Fresh bread, cakes, pies and taffy sault with a dangerous weapon.
during
the
week
In various sections |
XX’m. Campbell et al vs Orin B Skin­ cording to the tale of a gentleman, for- ; ! Grande Gazette of a Union county man frosts were more frequent and of great­
every <tav (Bundays excepted) at Gris-
I’OSTOFFICE hoiks .
who spoke his first word on XX’ednesday
ner; suit in equity.
sen’s.
merly an attorney of Salem, Oregon, a ,
Medorum Crawford vs Albert Craw­
Krom 7 a m. to 7 p. tn Krom 7
p.
of last week after a silence of seventeen er severity, though the period for any
Highest cash price paid for Poultry ford: partition.
large portion of that city is ilnque«tion-
ui. to 8:30 p. m.
years. The name of the man who has serious damage being done has ]»as«ed.
of
all
kinds
■.(
’
egg«
at
Knight,
XVood«
Money order hours from 7 a. tn. to c. p. nt.
Galloway & Goucher vs E. J. Wells ably in jeopardy as far as perfect title is
There was no rainfall reported.
ifc
XVallaee«.
undergone this agreeable change is
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 j>. tn
et ux; action for money.
concerned. Some time since an eastern
The winds have been light, generally
Mail south closes at 9:l> a. in. Mail
Allen Snyder et al vs H <) Noble; re­ capitalist concluded a bargain with a 1 James Smith, brother of a well-to-do
XVright’s Blacklicrry Cordial should
mirth closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. m.
from the northwest.
The mornings
plevin.
lie
kept
in
every
house.
Invaluable
in
farmer
living
near
Island
city,
in
that
Mail for 5:15 r>. in train cl>>»< « erenin;
E A Post, Adtnr. vs Chas Woods et citizen of that place for the purchase of ; county. In 1873 Mr. Smith was pros­ have been partly cloudy or foggy, the
in till relaxed condition« of the bowel«.
before at 9 p tn
several acres of vacant land near the
al; equity.
Sold by Rogers Bros.
atmosphere is becoming more tilled
Jones A- Co vs John Minty et al; con­ XVillamette University. The stranger trated with a severe attack of fever, and with smoke from the forest fires. The
Impure
blood
and
low
vitality
will
THE M 1RKET REPORT.
during
his
sickness
lost
all
power
of
firmation.
make fearful inroads on your health.
employed a well-known Salem lawyer
coast and XX'iltamette valley are more
Morris & Mile« vs P M Christenson;
Potatoes ................... V hit $ <10 to 1 00 XVright’s Sarsaparilla will cleanse your
to search the title. The attorney did speech. He recovered his faculties in free from smoke than any other sec­
action
for
money.
t.'hicken.«. young
i blood and build you up. Sold by Rog­
every
other
way,
and
has
since
been
A J Homer vs J F Angevine; con­ his work and reported the title defect­
old.
)>doz 1 ini tn 4 50 ers Bros.
tions. A few leaves have begun to fall,
10
¿Clear sides
11».
firmation.
ive, In 1852, or thereabout, the old physically as strong as the average a few varieties are coloring, showing
8
Baron ¿Shoulders lb
The firemen's harvest ball last Fri­
Thos C Galloway vs C E and Maud Methodi«t mission took up 160 acres of man. He had taken a land claim, and
IO
to
12
the rapid approach of autumn.
lilams V lh
day evening was not the brilliant sue-. Bryan; action for inone.v.
10
r » tin 10 pd pails
ground, on which now stands the state came to the land office XX’ednesday to
cess
it
might
have
lieen.
The
net
re
­
Ed
XX
’
ood
vs
G
F
and
C
E
Fendali;
Grain harvest is over; the crop is gen­
Urd '(In 5 gallon tins
s
to
lb
ceipts were small. The managers ex­ action for money.
house, Marion courthouse, the Willam­ see about it. In some transaction with erally threshed and hauling to ware­
15
Eggs.
dozen
the
officials,
which
he
probably
did
not
press
their
thanks
to
the
ladies
who
as
­
McMinnville National Bank vs Geo. ette University and scores of the finest
."i0
Butter, t reanterv, V roll
houses, mills, etc. is now in progress.
sisted in the arrangements for the M Kaleigh; action for money.
Butter, dull, fresh roll 40
residences in the capital city. The readilj' understand, he conceived the Good crops of extra good quality of
supper.
20
Charles Handley vs Ellen F Jackson;
Brine .......
>< pound. 1-. to
East Salem school building also stands idea that he was being defrauded, and wheat is generally reported to have
5
4
to
Dried apples, dull, V pd.
Some of the iron pilasters for the equity.
8
(> to
Dried plums, dull, pd.
Thè
State
of
Oregon
ex
rul
J
F
XVise-
on
the land in question. The necessary was seized with a fit of passion border­ been secured.
new brick have been declared n g. and
s
6 to
Dried prunes, du'l, V pd.
carver
vs
Fred
S
Smith;
equity.
filings
were made, but for some reason ing almost upon insanity and immedi­
8
will not lie put in the building. They
(» to
Fruit drying is in progress. The
Driedpeaches,dull, pd
John
M.
Hulery
vs
Geo
M
Raleigh;
1 05
Flour
. ..$sack 1 IM) to
were furnished by the Dallas foundry.
the Mission failed to apply for and ob­ ately began to talk a “blue streak.” His prune crop was large, of good quality
action
for
money.
conversation
was
disconnected,
but
Poor work will not build up the busi­
D M DeLong vs A R Logan and T A tain the final patters of transfers from every word was articulated as plainly and in demand. The onion crop is be­
ness of the foundry. By the way, a
< Hl RCH NOTICES.
Turner,
replevin.
the government, but in after years sold,
ing pulled. Potatoes arc ready to he
i foundry, managed right, would pay in
State of Oregon ex ral G M Patty vs gradually, pieces of the land until now as if he had never been deprived of the
M ethodist E piscopal C hi kch - Services ‘ this city. XX’e have one that has not
dug and are more than average in
power
of
speech.
He
has
since
been
J
McKee;
equity.
•
every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p in. lieen in use for several years anil the
Robert Stowe vs A P Fleenor; action alxiut ninety acres of it tire covered with able to talk readily, and seems to lie quantity, quality and size. Some hops
Sunday School at 9:30 a. in
,
right
man
has
a
goixl
opening.
buildings, and the whole, with present
R ev G. F R ound , Pastor.
for money.
are already being hauled to the mar­
making up for lost time.
Stowe & Brower vs Thos Fliekhowe; improvements, is worth over $2,000,000.
C’UMBLBLANO PRESBYTERIAN ( III R< H — * Margaret Durland, recently deceased,
A singular feature of the affair is that ket. In Marion county hops are ac­
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p has bequeathed to the sebisil fund of action for money.
When these facts were learned, those
m Sunday School at 9:39 a. m.
’ Douglas county all the residue and re­
XX' H Logan vs C XX' Talmage; ap­
his conversation is principally upon tive at 32 cents per pound, (¡rapes are
who owned land within the limits of
R ev W iley K nowles , Pastor
mainder of her property after bequeath­ peal.
topics that were prominently before ripening. The vines are very healthy
B xitist Cm r < » .—Services every Sabbath ing one thousand dollars to John Per­
Emma C Faulconer vs A B Faulcon­ the Mission claim were badly scared, the public at the time he lost his and are liearing heavily. The grape
al 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at due, of Medford, Jackson county, Ore­ er; divorce.
and at once employed an able lawyer
yield in Jackson county is unusually
9;55a. ni.
R ev R. M( K illop . Pastor.
gon, one- thousand dollars to Sallie
Jos Matty vs Geo L Biggin et al; ac­ to look out for their rights and obtain a speech.
targe. The corn crop is fair. The gen­
C hristian C hi rch services every Sabbath Black, wife of Henry Black, of Sum­ tion for money.
The theory of the physician wLo is
at 11 a. m, and 7 p in
ner, Oregon, and one thousand dollars
Jennie B Swartont vs R J Swartout; patent from the government for which attending the man at La Grande is that eral yield of grain in Sherman, XVasco
R ev D r . B. F F i ller , Pastor
they agreed to pay a handsome fee.
to Margaret Leek of Ray county, Mis- divorce.
and adjoining counties was larger titan
i souri.
Morris XX’indt vs Daniel Parsons; Only a few days since was the applica­ pari of the brain eontroling the vocal expected. Through the sections south
organs had become paralyzed during
tion mthde, and up to that time the
The receipts of the water works sys" action for money.
of the Blue mountains grain and hay
Minnie Soudy vs Charles L Soudy;
his long sickness and had again liecome
tem for August were $812.4-5, and the
whole
tract
might
have
been
pre-empt
­
crops are unusually good. Forest fires
Ion will find a complete line of fancy running exi>enses $525.25. The latter divorce.
stimulated to action by violent passion.
David Stout vs School District No 40; ed by some daring speculator and for
are quite extensive, though not so
and staple groceries, crockery and figures do not include the expense of injunction.
Real Estate.
the next twenty years this ease would
great as in former years.
glassware. A complete stock of green laying new mains. Four thousand
Emily Coolidge vs Matthew Coolidge have filled the courts. This story Is no
feet of pipe have been ordered laid for divorce.
There will be issued from the central!
F. Rogers to C, A. XVallaee, 52.51
and roast Rio, Costa Rica, Mocha and the
benefit of petitioner«. The Court
office in a few days, a circular, asking j
O. G. Jara coffee; fine gunpowder, street main will lie extended to the city I Mantle A Cowen vs Daniel Parsons; canard. It is an absolute fact that even acres in t 4 s, r 4 w; $1.
the proud, pushing state of Oregon
B. P. Cardwell to XV. T. Hash, lot 8, lor information relative to the grain
English breaksasl and Japan tea. The limits above the Sister’s school, and tlie action for money.
XVilfred Unger vs Anna Unger; di­ does not even own the ground upon blk 3, Dayton; $75.
;
Alta
street
main
to
Marie
street.
—
Krwt
and fruit yield of the state this year,
most complete stock of candy, nuts, ci­
vorce.
which her capitol building stands.—
—AT THE—
United States to E. M. Adams, 632.07 and it is hoped that those receiving the
gars and tobacco in the city. Can­ i Oregonian.
Lafollett A Kinney vs Geo Raleigh;
Evening Telegram.
The council at its meeting last Mon­ action for money.
acres in t 4 s, r 4 w.
same may answer promptly, fully and
ning A Wallace’» extracts are best and
day evening ordered 100 tin signs paint-
The Salem Statesman says that the
Chas Lafollett vs G XX’ Branson; ac­
Jas. S. Cooper to J. C. Cooper, 16.43 comprehensively. The quantity, qual­
cheapest. We offer no prize hut prom­ ! ed
and put in a conspicuous place at tion formoney.
ity and average yield of the crops in
ise you fair dealing for your money the intersection of streets, giving the J Fletcher & Co vs XX’ J ( larrison! ac­ land, the title of which the Telegram acres in t 4 s r 4 w; $800.
reporter attempts to question, lies en­
James XX'eston to Chas. K. XVeston. Oregon, in 1890, should lie put on rec­
and produce.
name of each st reet. This will be a tion for money.
ord.
J. II. Henderson. Prop. : great convenience, especially to strang­ T B Wait vs Jas Minty et al; action tirely east of Twelfth street, or the rail­ part of J. R. XValling D. L. C.; $2.
ers, as it is at present a very difficult for money.
road track, and extends north and
B. S. P agce ,
Investment Co. to Jennie B. Swart­
task to direct a stranger to any particu-
M
Fisk
vs
George
Fonts;
action
for
south from the High school building to out, lots 7 and 8, blk 56, Oak Park; $175
Observer.
Local and General.
I lar place in the city.— Corvallis Gazette. money.
and including the woolen mills ground.
WILL OFFER HIS STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
Anna
E.
Bain
to
L.
H.
Cook,
blk
10,
Growth
of
Clackamas
County.
1
Our
council
can
do
the
same
thing
and
A
J
Apjierson
vs
Portland
Adams;
The McMinnville band left for Salem
The man who settled on this land did Oak Park; $1500.
i it would lx? likewise appreciated by our action for money.
Sunday.
The
result
of
County
Assessor
Noide
’
s
!
people.
John Jones vs Annie E Breon ¡action not perfect his title from the govern­
Curtis E. XX'ells to John E. Bell 160
Mrs. Dr. Pease left yesterday morn­
work shows a marked increase over last
ment before his death, and his heirs acres in t 5 r 6; $2200.
Forest Grove is to have a cannery; it for money.
ing for Dakota.
Milwaukie
Harvester
Co
vs
George
J
year in the taxable proi>erty of Clack-
will not be a salmon cannery but a fruit
deeded
it
after
his
death,
without
quee-
Lucy
Gracier
to
O.
S.
X
’
anosse,
7.67
A motor line to Dayton is just the cannery, and tlie subscriptions have Zigler et al; action for money.
tunas county.
From a comparative
Dundee Mortgage & Trust Co vs ( leo tion, for some time. For a time some acres in Lafayette; $190.
thing to talk about.
more than equaled the expectations of
summary
furnished
by him the follow-'
Shepherd et al; order for deed.
persons did question the validity of the
A. B. Faulconer to Emma C. Faulcon­ Ing facts and figures are obtained;
Yamhill watermelons are in the the originators of tlie scheme, they hav­
G F. Hardwick vs State Insurance Co; title, but there has been a recent decis­
ing
secured
enough
to
insure
its
start
in
er lots 3 and 6 block 17 lots 1, 2, 7 and 8
market and are being sold cheap.
Acres of land, 440,753, an increase of;
first-class shape. A meeting of the action for money.
Eliza F. Logitn vs A R Logan; di- ion, which dears up the title entirely- block 27 Sheridan; $700.
Put in your spare time talking about stockholders will be held and officers
88,357 acres over last year, which are
There
is
now
no
question
what
­
[
vorce.
H.
Hurley
to
E.
J.
Young
10
acres
the sewerage question. The city needs 1 and directors elected. The buildings
valued at $2,994,205, an increase of $552-
Annie Springer vs B 1) Springer; di- ever alxiut it. The reporter in his at­ Hess D. L. C. $560.
it.
I will be erected and everything in good
488
over last year; value of town lots
I
vorce.
tempt to lx* sensational, simply made a
XX' F Mayer to C S Harnish, land in and improvements $863,285, an increase
Geo. Ramage will sixm go out to Mr. running order lx>fore spring, so as to
Jas Fletcher vs Josephine Klonelteck; f<x>l of himself.
Sander’s farm, southwest of Amity, to | take the earl v fruits, berries and vegeta- foreclosure.
Sheridan, $180.
¡
1 ble«.
of $261,865 over iast year; household fur-1
ptiint Mr. S.’s residence.
Jonathan Bogue vs I. J Brower et al;
J XX' Came to T C Elmlund, 100 acres niture $95,000, an increase of $22,000;
Superintendent Young Discharged.
Oregonian* in Germany.
foreclosure.
Dr. S. A. Young has sold X’ander-
land in X'anthill eounty;$4500.
horses and mules numbered last year
Lizzie Prentice, Admrx, vs J H Stan­
bilt, brother of Kettleman, to a Mr.
Last Wednesday the school board of
II. Hirschlierg of Independence, aud ley; action for monev.
R Kleinderist to H Baily and J XX’ 2815, this year 4154; cattle increased to
Merril, of Portland, for $250.
D. XV. Sears of McCoy, are still travel­
Geo G Bingham, hist Atty, vs Susan directors held a meeting. At this meet­ Parker, 3200 sq ft in XVillamina; $50.
32,4-54, 7964 over last year; sheep to 12,- ,
Chaney and Allen are running a ing in Germany. Ina recent letter to Nickerson and Elizabeth Simms; action ing a very unusual proceeding took
J L Rogers to C A XVallaee 52.51 162, 1950 over last year; and hogs to
hack to the Salem fair. It leaves in the
for
money.
place which was to notify Prof. ('. W. I acres in t 3 s r 4 w; $1000.
the ll’isf Side Mr. Hirschberg express­
morning and returns at night.
6419, 485 over last year, mortgages were'
Young who had been appointed super-| C A XVallaee to N A Anderson, 199.52
es liis sympathy for the tailoring classes Trees Six Hundred and Fifty Feet Tall.
last year $430,076, and this year $522,307 j
Al Hussey, of this city, has been ap­
pointed agent at the Grand Ronde res­ in Germany whose lot in life is so much
Prof. Fred G. Plummer, the civil cn- intendent for the ensuing year, that by acres in t 4 s r 4 w; $10,000.
blit this increase is solely due to a few '
ervation vice Thos. Faulconer resigned. worse than anything an Oregonian at geneer of Tacoma, says: “I have lieen the first of next month liis services as
J P Beeler to J M Chapman, part of real estate speculators; gross amount of I
least
can
imagine;
women
working
six
­
superintendent
would
not
be
necessary.
lot 4 block 1, Morgan add to Sheridan; taxable property $5,374,556, an increase
Two lots 60xl<*> clear and level 10
all over this country and have the liest
blocks from post office for sale for $160. teen hours a day at hard work and re­ collection of the flora to lie found any­ Prof. Young was much surprised on $325.
of $729,298 over last year; indebtedness
A bargain. Enquire of Kay & Todd. ceiving twenty-five cents for it. He where. What do you think of these finding a note to that effect on his office
S Potter to John XX' Chapman, 2520 is $1,594,136, an increase over last year
All bills against the bridge across Co­ says living is expensive in Hamburg, trees 650 feet high. They are to be desk the next morning and is at loss to sq ft part of XX’ Chapman D L C; $45. of $251,537; the exemptions amount to
zine creek should lx1 handed in to J. and to quote his own words: “This is a
understand why such action should he
James Emmerson to F H Harpole $382,786, an increase over last year of
Hoberg who will see to their settle­ great city indeed and it is as costly to found that high in the nnsurveyed taken. The only excuse offered was
20.12acres, part of XX’ B XValling D L C; $28,000, leaving the net value of taxable
townships
near
the
fixit
of
Mount
Taco
­
ment.
live here as in San Francisco. They
that the city did not want the expense $.550.
property $3,396,034, an increase over
The Hook and Ladder company have I give it to an American and we have to ma, and what is more 1 have seen them of a school superintendent. As Prof.
M S Adams to Peter Jacquit, land in last year of $554,165. — Oregon City
and made an instrumental measumient
now certificates of membership, print­
ed at this office. All who have none i watch them closely. XX’e expect to of ti number with that result. There Young has been engaged for the year, Yamhill county; $2200.
Courier.
leave here for Dresden in a few days, as are lots of trees near the base of Mount it does not seem jtossible that the board
should apply for one immediately.
John Lynch to A. K. Mark 3.49 acres,
Work Commenced at the Hatchery,
can
turn
him
off
at
will
without
suffi
­
i
they
say
it
is
a
nice
city.
XX
’
e
have
t 4 s, r 4 w; $350.
The XV. C. T. U. will meet at Mrs.
Tacoma whose foliage is so far above
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Dr. Johnson’s on Friday 19 inst. All lieen on the go ever since we reached the ground that it is impossible to tell cient cause to do so, especially when he
XVork at the Clackamas salmon
MY STOCK OF
Anna St. Helen to Henry St. Helen,
are cordially invited to attend.
this country and never were two days to what family they belong except by has commenced the school term and part of D. Ramsey D. L. C.; $180.
hatchery has been commenced, and in
CH-A.S. C3-ISISSEZST.
N. A. J acobs , Sec.
■ in the same place. I have the follow- the bark. X’ery few people know or laid out the work of each teacher and
Luella Duncan to John XX'. Duncan a few weeks eggs and young fish may
A. J. Edson of Carlton will start for ! ing laid out for my journey: From Ber­
grade
for
that
time.
Tt
is
doing
injus
­
be
seen
in
all
stages
of
growth.
The
ar
­
23
acres
in
t
3
r
2:
$400.
the states about the first of the month. lin to Dresden, thence to Carlsbad, dream of the immensity of our forest tice to a teacher who has laltored faith­
Jesse Edwards to Margaret J. XX’est- tificial propagation of salmon is an in­
growth. I wish that some of our large
He will be gone alxiut two months.
teresting study. Upon its success, to a
Booneville Mo. will be his headquarters thence to Munich, thence to Frankfort- trees could be sent to the world's fair at fully for the welfare of the public fail, lot 3 blk 14 Newberg $560.
on-the-Main, thence to XVeistaulen, Chicago. XX’e could send a flag jxile schools in Albina, and no one is more
while away,
H. Hurley and wife to L. A. Cornell large extent, depends the future of the
surprised than the public to think that • 30 acres part of Hess D. L. C. in t 3 s r salmon industry of this state, as the
Tiie mail route from this city to thence to Colic on Rhine, thence to for instance 300 or 400 feet long.
the school Ixiard should lie so vacillat­ ’ 2 w; $1250.
Grand Ronde went into actual service Brussells, thence to Paris, thence to
natural increase of the fish is not suffi­
This well-known mountain hotel, on the Tillamook road, ten miles
An Ancient Vessel.
Tuesday morning. Mr. Yocum arrived : London, thence to Liverpool, thence to
ing in their actions. First to elect and 1
Thos. Buckman to C. B. Frissell blk cient to keep pace with the heavy an­ from North Yamhill, is now open for the accommodation of the travel­
here at 10:15. McMinnville has now Southampton, where we expect to take
Probably the oldest vessel in the then after the school term commences, ■ 30, Newberg, and 60 acre« in X’amhill nual catch. United States Fish com ing public.
four daily mails.
a steamer for our return home about world is now running on the Pacific change their minds.— Albina Courier. Ï county; $2300.
missioner Hubbard this year has charge
At this season of the year farmers Sept. 26th, or Oct. 3d. It is a hard
IZOIESSE FEED IHST
of
the hatchery, and the usual success
coast.
This
remarkable
vessel,
a
fore
A
Nebraskaite
Speaks.
The Wild» or the N. W.
usually pick their cord wood and other .
matter
to
get
a
room,
as
they
have
all
is
expected.
The
output
of
young
fish
and
aft
schooner
of
about
eighty
tons
early fall fruits. If you desire to pay I
Passengers carried to and from trains and over the road to the coast,
No wonder the farmers of Nebraska
Most eastern people do not have any this year, however, will fall short of
for your paper with wood bring it in as I been engaged three months in advance, register burden, called the X’igilant, is
at reasonable rates.
are
arising
in
rebellion
against
the
con
­
reliable
idea
alxiut
this
glorious
N.
XX'.
soon as possible.
and the estimate is now that there are now and has lxx?n regularly running
that of last year, owing to the high
Good hunting and fishing in the immediate vicinty.
The finest line of school books,! over 125,000 foreigners in this country from Santa Cruz to St. Thomas and ditions that confront them. S. F. Barry country at all. Rev. E. XV. Clark, water and a delay in building the racks.
arrived
here
from
Buffalo
county
in
tablets and all school supplies ever in I this season to 80,000 last year.”
traveling
correspondent
of
Frank
Les
­
If 4,000,000 young fish are obtained, the
vice versa, as a passenger, freight and
the city also a movelty in the way of a
mail packet for upwards of four score that state, last week. He says he had lie’s Illustrated XX'eekly, did not until fish commissioners will realize their ex­
Willamina Growing.
slate cleaner to be found at hook store
years. The X’igilant, it is said, was 160 acres of corn on his farm and 100 recently. Here is what he says: “This pectations.
call and examine them.
One day recently the writer was in
acres in oats. He did not harvest northwest is a wonder to me. I can
•:o LOxr.Ei: A n»BO&.
On September 26, 1890 there will lie a the thriving little village of XVillamina. built in Baltimore, Md., during the first enough from the 200 acres to replace hardly believe my senses. I, in com­
years
of
our
national
independence,
public sale of fanning utensils at the This town is keeping pace in growth
Medflrn ’rreatment That Cure» CoiiAtlpn* i
the
seed.
The
drought
which
has
mon
with
the
people
of
the
east,
have
McCasky farm three miles west of this
making her upwards of 110 years old.
tion.
city. Considerable stock will be ottered. ; and prosperity with the surrounding She was of the Baltimore clipper class, blighted agriculture in nearly the en­ lalxired under the impression that here According to the San Frauctscu '’«iUes a reme*
The term« are easy. Go anil get a bar- ; ' fertile farming and stock country. A
so famed many years ago for speed, and tire state has brought fat steers down to were the wilds of America. Here in iy hui been discovered that v. i . r.'jnost un­
gain.
tine large two-story store building is in
erring certainty overcomes constipation. It Is
must have lieen a wonder and a beauty 1J cents. Seven-eighths Jersey cows Oregon I expected to find frontier set­ .be uew laxative principle in Joy’s Vegetable
Dr. Edgar Poppleton has just com-1 process of erection, and several new
sell for $9 a head, hogs of 150 pounds at tlements of logs and adobe with little
when
launched.
—
Astoria
Columbian.
sarsaparilla. The paper.-? are full of recent oc­
pleted two large, handsome houses at dwellings are to be seen. Thirty lots
$3 and pigs from 15 to 30 pounds patches of vegetables, wheat and In­ currences confirming its efficiency, and we giva
Third and Grant, one of which he oc­ were sold in one day recently aud the
Byron Springer Suicides.
in weight at 50 cents apiece. This is dian corn, growing among the stumps place to their last seusatiou. a card from San
cupies. They are the finest houses in 1
Francisco’s well known lady manicure. She
that neighborhood, fitted with all 1 lumber is now on the ground for a num­
From the dispatches we learn that the first great failure of crops in Ne­ of recently fallen forests. Instead I says:
“ I am willing to relate the following ex- !
ber of substantial residences.* The Byron Springer of Prineville, Or., for- braska for eight years, says Mr. Barry, find thriving cities, which for push and
modem conveniences.
perience. 1 have for years hud a xveak stomach j
flouring
mill
is
doing
a
good
business,
but
notwithstanding
many
fruitful
Natural gas and oil have been found
enterprise are far ahead of towns in the attended with constipation, and never found but (
merly of this county, committed sui­
at Lebanon.
It has been found at, running to ifs full capacity. II. Baily cide at Red Bluff, Cal., Monday. It years and the protective tariff’ pretty east. And here, too, is to be found one one preparation that helped me aud that soon 1
Drain. Why not someone who is ac­ is talking of putting in the necessary
much the entire state is plastered with of the greatest wheat centers in the wore out and lost its effect, au<l I was again a •
quainted with the stuff prospect over machinery for a furniture factory soon. seems that he telegraphed the sheriff’ at
sufferer till I tried Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla. |
country. The people of the east will It helped me in every way aud lias thoroughly |
Red Bluff’last Friday to arrest two men mortgages.— Courier.
this country. They will have it at
Hopes
are
entertained
that
the
railroad
XX’liiteson no doubt soon.
not conceive it until they come and see reorganized me. 1 had one of the most sensativc |
for horse stealing. He arrived Saturdry
Failed this Time.
will lie extended to XVillamina in the night with a warrant. The njen were
of stomachs and was In continual distress, but I
for themselves.”
The excellence of the Jersey dairy is
can with the aid of Joy’s Vegetable ^anaparilte
Judge Galloway is very prompt when
well known.
It continues' to draw spring, and taken altogether the town tried and there being no evidence
The Latest Swindle for Farmers.
now eat any and everything with oy old ac­
it
comes
to
marrying
people.
He
hates
customers by the fine quality of milk has ¡rood prospects for the future.
they were released. They had Springer
customed freedom without any evil effeots. I nn
furnished. If you want milk that is
It
beats
the
Bohemian
oats.
A
glib
to
disappoint
them
but
for
once
he
did.
At the College.
both surprised ami delighted, und gladly recom­
arrested for false imprisonment, and
rich and full of cream have Chas. Hol­
tongued
agent
goes
to
a
farmer
and
While
at
the
races
he
was
appointed
by
mend It.”
man bring it to your door.
The work at the college has opened the trial was set for 10 o'clock Monday.
’ lara M elvin , Manicure,
the people of Portland as one of a com­ makes a bargain with him to furnish
125 Kearney street, b. F.
Chas. Fleming has been appointed with a considerably larger attendance At 9 A. M. people in the hotel were mittee to wait on Gov. Pennoyer about hi a cinnamon beans, something new,
local ticket agent for the Northern Pa­ than in proceeding yeors. Quiteanum- startled by a loud reportof a pistol. On
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Sill LOH’S Vitalizer „
is what
need
for i
cific railroad. Tickets over the North­ ; tier of the old students are back and an going to Springer’s room they found the census. The committee consisted just out, and for which there is a great
loss of appetite, dizziness and 1
ern to any point in the east or south unusually large number of new stu- h’m h’lnK on "le floor, shot through of H. XV. Scott, of the Oregonian, and demand in the production of cinnamon constipation,
lvspepsia
; price 10
all symptoms of dvsp
—
,n and
—•' 75
can be purchased here, saving the ex­
several other prominent Portlanders. oil which is expressed from the beans. cents per bottle. £old
Sold oy Rogers Bro«.
dents. There are students from XX'est- *'le 'read.
pense of a trip to Portland.
They went to see the governor and The beans are worth $20 a bushel and
Farm Sale.
Oregon Fruit Going East.
John Frost Esq. will soon lie in town ern and Eastern Oregon, Montana, and
found that he was some 18 miles from he will agree to give the farmer $5 for .
all
parts
of
the
XVillamette
valley.
Ev-
■
and will surely call on you if you don’t
each
cinnamon
tree
grown
from
the
'
J.
8.
Evenden
will sell by public
town at one of his logging camps and
purchase some warm blankets, etc., at erything indicates an exceptionally | E. L. Rector, of Gervais, says the
seed
he
furnishes,
when
it
has
reached
auction
at
his
ranch
in Gopher valley
the
committee
attempted
to
force
the
Most
of
the
i
"
'll
ship
about
10,000
boxes
of
John Evendens. Tf you take advant-1, prosperous year of work. 1.__ _........
job of finding him upon William. But the growth of five feet, and he will bind ' on Septemlier 20th at 10 o'clock shat p, *
age of his Imrgaius you will be as warm
I
fruit
this
season
and
upon
each
box
is
students have already entered upon !
as the proverbial mug in a rug.
no; he excused himself by having prior the contract by a good and sufficient I all his horses, cattle, hogs, farm iniple-.
regular courses of study, much more so ¡ : painted: “Wholesale dealer in Oregon
A young blood from Howell prairie than in proceeding years. Classes are! ; fruit, E. L. Rector, Gervais, Or.” This engagements. He had to marry a bond. The seed beans the farmer gets ments, household furniture, and a
started out hop picking this week and
I is an excellent way to make known to couple in this city. He rustled to get are common red beans saturated with quantity of other useful articles. All
In picktng up, his outfit consisted of 2 now so arranged that students coming
here, got here, and was just 15 minutes cinnamon oil, and which seldom reach sums of $10 and over a credit of 12
pkgs of cigarette«, a bottle of whisky, a in will have no difficulty in finding the world that Oregon is a fruit pro-
*luc‘nR country, as it attracts the atten­ late. XX'. T. Shurtleff had performed the growth above 6 inches. The farmer months will lie given with interest at
pack of cards, a revolver and a pair of1 such classes and such studio« as tïiëv
1
will wait a good while for the return of ! the rate of 8 per cent, with note and
blankets.— French Prairie Gazette.
tion of many thousands of fruit users the job.
want.
1 approval. All sums under $fo cash: all
his $50.—Ex.
i aud dealers wherever he makes his ¡
Have you noticed that the improved .
Railroad Extension«.
Married.
1 sums $10 a discount of 8 per cent will
! shipments.
«unitary condition of the town, owing I
Two Train« Daily.
Railroads on paper continue to rap­
1 be given for cash.
to the water works, has reduced ty-; S hadden —G ii . lam —At the residence
Kates to the Northwest Indus-
phoid fever. There has not been a case 1 of the groom, two miles west of this i i Reduced
Effective May 11th, 1890, the U uion
trial Exposition, October 1st to October idly expand. If they would material­
THAT Hacking Cough can be so quickly
in the city this summer. Sewers will
city, on Saturday Sept. 13, 1890, Am­
. ™
.. .. cure? .We guarantee it
Shiloh's
31»t.
ize it would be a fine thing. The Eu­ Pacific system will establish two dally cured . Vv
still further help the health of the eitv.
mon Shadden
’’ to
■ Mrs. Sallie M. Gil-
trains
between
Portland
and
Spokane
Sold
by
Rogers
Bros
gene
Guard
says:
XX'e
have
heard
rail
­
For the Northwest Industrial Ex­
lam. XV. T. Shurtlcff officiating.
The masons at work on the new
road this week to the effect the Orego­ Falls. Pullman palace sleepers and re­
position
to
be
held
at
Spokane
Falls,
G.
A.
R.
Custer
Tost.
brick struck Tuesday but peace has
I the Union Pacific will sell tickets from nian railway would by another season clining chair ears will be run between
been restored anti tney are at work
again. They are all from Portland, j Hall < eornerof Third anti F streets, ’ i ticket stations on rail lines of the Pacific cross the XVillamette at Springfield, Portland .and Spokane Falls without B. F. RHODES.
M. II. I.. RHODES,
But few McMinnville mechanics are McMinnville, Or. . Post meets on the
and from Eugene would build down change.
NOTARY.)
employed. This is because of the con­ second and fourth Saturdays of each 5 Division, from October 1st to October the Siuslaw, thence to Coos bay. It
This new arrangement will afford
month at 7:30 p. in. Transient com-i 31st, on Mondays, Wednesdays and
tract tieing let to outside parties.
both
local
and
through
passengers
ad
­
rude« cordially invited to attend.
was
also
said,
that
the
west
side
road
Fridays at the low rate of one and one- i
J. B. G ardner , Commander.
The bridge across Cozine creek is now
Tickets, detailed
fifth fare for the rotimi trip, with fifty I would not connect at Junction but ditional facilities.
XV yatt H arris ; Adjutant.
completed except the approaches. This
cents added for admission to the Ex- ; would make a connection with the Or­ time of trains, and general information,
city has agreed to build the one on
i egonian road at some ¡xiiut west of Eu­ can be obtained upon application to any
I LOH S cough and consumption cure
side but as yet have failed to do so. The is SB
sold hv us on a guarantee. It enres con position.
ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE
gene. These are rumors, but the scheme ticket agent Union Pacific System.
bridge is much needed and the city smption Rogers Bros.
on
any
agent
of
the
Union
Call
B.Y
should at once do its part and tints
T.
XV.
L
ee
,
looks
feasible
on
paper.
A
road
from
Pacific System for detailed informa-
Real Estate. Insurance. Collection,
Notice
make the bridge suitable for travel.
Gen’l Pass. Agent.
■ Eugene to Coos bay would pass through
tlon.
f
All farmers desiring repairs tor Deer­
a good section of the country, and lx- a
T. W. LEE,
The city of Eugene for the last two
Cotswold Rams for Sale.
months advertised for offers for $30,000 ing or McConnick binders please give
and
Loan
Brokers.
eompariively
cheap
road
to
build.
Gen’l Pass. Agent
Twenty pure bred and high grade Cots­
to $50,000 of bonds, bids to be received orders for same to J. (i. Ballinger à Co.
wold rams for sale price from $3.00 to
No one can aflMI to do witliuut
September 1st and opened on the 5th. as early as possible to insure arrival.
The Best Remedy—XVright's Paragon
G eo . O wens .
Wright’s Myrrh Tooth Soap. It clean-1 Headache Remedy. Stops pain in five $10.00 per head.
McMinnville
Although Recorder Dorris received nu­
< Oregon.
merous inquiries from capitalists abroad
WIl.I. you suffer with dyspepsia and liv- sea the mouth, purifies the breath, pre-1 minutes. Harmless, tasteless, no ill ef­
CROUP.
Whooping
cough
and
bronchitis
no ofler-fwere made for the taking of er ■ complaint?
.
Shiloh’s VitalizeY
________ is „ guaran
__
| serves the teeth and makes them beau- fects. A positive cure for headache and immediately relieved by Shiloh's enre. Sold
Office in ol<l Post-office Building.
tifnl. Sold by Rogers Brew.
teed to cure you. Sold by Rogers Bros
the Ixind*.— Guard.
neuralgia. Sold by Rogers Bro«.
by Roger« llro«
1368 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER
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YOUR
SCHOOL BOOKS
OF
Rogers Bros.
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LOWEST PRICES.
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FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS
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OPPOSITION
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
FOR CASH IN HAND,
As I am intending to make a
Business. C’all Early and
in my
Secure Great Bargains
You Will Find I Mean BUSINESS.
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ARTIC SODA WATER.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.
TRAVELER’S HOME.
Everything in First Class Style.
F. .JOPLIN, Proprietor.
R. JACOBSON
Will Give You
SPECIAL PRICES
MEN SI AND BOYS’ CLOTHING
Overcoats, Hats, Shoes,
Furnishing Goods!
COST OR NO COST!
It will pay you well to call an<l Nee our goods
and prices before buying elsewhere.
Men’s Suits from $4.50 Upward.
Olli* Goods are New and FYesh.
JACOBSOX, Third St.
AWARDED
ONLY GRAND PRIZE
Do Not Fail to s<?e these
Machi lies Before
Purchasing.
Wqu't tap.
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