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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1893)
BEGINNING OF PENSION REFORM.
Tlie free gold in the treasury now ( When Mr. O'Neil, ns the head of a
i amounts to about $12,000,<MX). Of till« sul>-committee, introduced some peu-
" about $6,000,00t) is gold lent by the New ■ion reform clause* into an appropriu-'
York bunk« and subject to withdrawal I tlon bill, Mr. Holman, who is always
alert to prevent reforms in that direc-1
Uaa Cvpy. per yaar, ioadvance................ |l 00 any day.
oeeCepy, aixBoathein advance............
■#, During I he four years ef this admin tion, »uceeeded in getting them strick
istration the exports of gald from this en out by the full committee.
Entered at the poatoffiee at McMinnville country have amounted, according t«
Mr. O’Neil has succeeded now, ini
You can save big money by go*)iB’
Oregon, as second-class matter.
Kay it Todd’s for winter goods.
Secretary Foster, to $207,000,000, and spite of Mr. Holman, in convincing the |
Wo will make »weeplugreduct,ons in
tlie outflow continues nt the rate of committee of its error, and inducing it I '
K kholuttonm or C oxdoi . bxce and ai i O bit -
Overcoats, Blankets, Undarwear. and
to restore the most important of these
uary Poetry will be charged for a i regular some millions a week.
other lines of heavy goods, to
During tlie year and a quarter ending provisions. One of them forbids pen.: :
dose them out. Call and see our bai-
gains in these lines.
S ample Copies Or T he . T ki . ephonk -R egis on tlie first of last November the treas
ter will be mailed to any person in the ury note circulation was increased whose incomes exceed $<iim. Tills, it it
KAY A TODD.
l uiled State»« or Europe, who desires one, more than 33 jier cent by silver pur- becomes law, will end an al>u.«e which
p. S.—All partiesowing us will please
free of charge.
cliaaes-*-adding$116,000,000 to the de lias in many case* been a positive scan
eall and settle, by cash or note.
I.. P. Fhher, Newspaper advertisiing
It will deprive no mnn of a pen
K. 4 T.
•gent, 21 Merchant!» Exchange, San mand liabilities, which must lie pulii in dal.
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This gold if the promised “parity” and th* sion who really needs it.
paper is kept on 61* iu his office.
Another clause forbids the payment
integriti of tlie government’s paper are
All mbit l iberi who do noi receive their to lie maintained. And this increase of widows' pensions to women who did
paper regularly will roofer a fatar by iui- goes on at tlie rate of *4,000,000 a not marry their soldier husband within
inediately reporting the lame to thii afire month.
five year* after their discharge from
Congress refuses to stop this Inflation. service. This will end tlie scandal of
Thursday, February 23, 189;
The secretary of the treasury refuses to January and May marriage« for the
meet it with any measure for protecting sake of pensions, of which there have
The Dayton JVenv was edited this tlie gold reserve, except tliat of tempo been some flagrant cases brought to
week l>y one small boy and a tnossback. rary lmrrowing. He frankly declares light lately. The two provisions to
tliat tlie gold in tlie treasury ought to gether, according to estimates made in
tlie pension office, will save not less
The Tta.EPlIoNE-REOtsTElt has heard hiive been increased as tlie treasury
than $20,000,000 annually to the treas
from ono small boy and a niosslmck.
Where Is Vox I’opuli, Justice and the fact, lie has |>cnnitted it to shrink to ury.
The remaining clause places pension
the danger line. Yet lie lias said in an
interview thut he should do nothing to administration in the hands of the war
department, where it lielongs, and
The Amity Popgun seems to have a meet tlie emergency during tlie remain
where tho laws can lie administered in
grudge against the business men of Mc der of his term mile«.« forced by circum
the interest of the disabled veterans
Minnville. We see no reason why the stances to act. He declared tliat noth
without concern either for votes or for
—DEALER in —
paper should light the merchants of ing is necessary to enable him thus to
tlie prosperity of the pension attorneys.
cept “confidence" and for tliat lie np-
DENVER'S NEW AMBITION
Tlie electric road lietween Portland peal*.
But confidence in what? Not in any
The Finest Line of Confection,
and Oregon City is completed. Why
Fifteen or twenty year.« ago a per
not have one between McMinnville and measure of wisdom on tlie part of tlie
ery in the City.
the Willamette river, passing through secretary, for lie declares tliat lie is ron of the name of Reavis made him
(’ail Supply All Vonr Needs In
of Produce taken at the
dence” lie a«ks for is confidence in championship of a scheme for making
The present legislature has written mere blind luck, in the willingness of St. Louis the national capital. Reavis,
itself down as a most extravagant one. the banks to continuo their loans to we believe, 1« dead, and his pet folly
The appropriations exceed two millions. tlie treasury till March 4th, in the fail ha« passed from the consideration of
Taxpayers will groan for some time to ure of anything to happen in the men.
A. H. G aunt .
meantime which might precipitate dis
Now, the growing city of Denver, in
come.—.4 Ibany Demarrat.
distant Colorado, has become infected
Twenty years ago an agricultural es
This is fully and worse. It is trifling by some microbe of the St. Louis am
tate in Essex, England, extending over with tlie gravest interests of tiie coun bition and is developing tin aspiration
Proprietors of The McMinnville
555 acres, was purchased for $105,Otto, try. This administration Jias squan to be the capital of the United States.
and $25,000 was subsequently expended dered tlie nation's surplus, mortgaged The legislature is called upon to resolve
on buildings and improvements. The its revenues, inflated its paper curren that Denver is fit and ought to be the
property has just been sold by auction cy, suffered its treasury reserve to lie capital. The country will lie invited
Situated at the Southwest cornei nt th
depicted, saddled it with a mischievous to listen again to the familiar,reasons
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
silver-purchase law ami brought it to for “removing" the capital from the
Mosshack in the Day ton Snrn, strikes the verge of financial disaster, and now edge of the nation to its center. They
First-Class Drain Tile
the keynote of the banking situation. it refuses even to consider measures of will lie rehearsed with all the zeal
on hand at lowest livi|
A national bank in Dayton would be safety lieyond tlie brief time of its own which so rich a job can inspire in the
DERBY A BOYER,
a solid institution in comparison with continuance in power, though it knows heart« that beat warmly for their
a private bank. Mossback forgets one tlie danger to be imminent mid daily country's welfare and their corner lot*.
Possibly enough interest may be en
thing in talking about national bank«. incrsHsing.
The country will Iw well rid of such listed to serve as a boom for Denver
It takes $50,000 to start one.
six feet above low water mark the past
government and of a secretary, who in real estate, but we doubt it. The story
week but is now gradually falling.
The March number of I lie I'ln'oin ! tlie face of so grave a danger, jauntily is old and can never again be so inter Ini eresi Ing: Paragraphs from mir County
The heavy snow» crushed in the roof (
will contain, under the title of "A declares tliat lie is concerned only to esting as it was made by Reavis. It is
of a granary belonging to Yank Lady
Study in Municipal Corruption,’’ a : keep bock tlie avalanche till lie can get impossible to advertise it up to the dig
Dayton Herald Feb. 17
of Highlands, one day last week and
striking anonymous article, showing himself out of its way.—.V.
IFor/rf. nity of a probably actual question.
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily.
Mi-*. Wilson Peery, whose spine was spreading a bin caused tlie wheat to;
the methods Iiy which the bribery of
The capitol will remain where it is,
Portland . 7.00 p iu SanFrancisco 8.151
dty councils, school boards and other THE FRIEND OF THE LABORER. at least until Colorado shall offer to injured by a fall while tit her daughter’s ■ run out. Four horses, belonging to
San Fran. 7:00 p m!Portland
John Lady were badly foundered oil
such bodies, is done by contractors and
take back all her silver which the gov was brought home Wednesday.
Above train* stop only at following iti
On Tuesday last Mrs. C. W. Powell
tions north of Roseburg: East I\ntlu|
How quick a man’s opinion of mat ernment hasliought, at the price which
Oregon Citv, Woodburm, Salem. Albuq
had her right arm fractured near the cow belonging to Mr. Hudson of that
ters changes when his pockets are was paid for it.
Tangent, sliedds, Halsey. Harrisburg,M
Mr. Cleveland seems to be taking a touched. Governor l’ennoyer has won
wrist. Mrs. Powell was out in the yard section was also crushed by a falling
ction city, Irving, Eugene
very commenadablv course in announc* polititical fame as the friend of the poor
Roseburg Mail Daily.
The member.« of the Oregon legisla at the time of the accident walking
ing the members of his cabinet as soon and the lalioringinan. Tills fame has ; ture from the interior counties were along the Isiard walk when she slipped
. 8:0,5 a m Roseburg... .5:40pi
as letters of acceptance have assured not been won by deads but by the bamboozled by the Clatsop county dele and fell witli tlie above result.
Roseburg. . 6:20 a in | Portland ... 4:00 p i
him of the permanence of the appoint smooth words of the politician. When gation on the pilot bill. Astoria would
Hereafter all notices announc*
James Wise, stepson of Morris Cain,
Albany Local, Dally, Except Sunday.
ment. The country is better satisfied theop|iortunity arrived for him to dem jeopardize every bushel of grain in the who has been ill with lung fever several ing entertainnients lor which an
and all interests conserved by swell a onstrate his power to better the condi state in order to down Portland. This weeks, and recovery was much doubt admission fee is charged, all
Portland ..5: p m Albany........ 9: pi
course.— Albany Herald.
tion of the laboring men of Portland, disposition on their part is to be la ed at one time, has greatly improved. obituary matter after the notice
he was quick to show the side upon mented, but at tire same time members It is now thought that he will soon re of death has been given as a mat-
Four years ago Grover Cleveland which he actually stands. The Man- to the state legislature should be elected
I ter of news, all resolutions of con*
Tourist Sleeping Can
rode to the capitol sitting on the r.glit ley free bridge bill aft’ected nearly who have a knowledge of the state’s va cover his health.
( dolenee, wedding notices, cards
For accommodation of second class
of Benjamin Harrison, and a quarter every laboring person in the consoli ried interests. A considerable portion
gers attached to express trains
of thanks, etc., furnished the
of a million people looked on. This dated city of Portland. It was opposed of our prosperity is owing to the great a rusty, sharp pointed nail into his foot
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Teleplione-Itegistei- for publica
Between Portland and Corvallis.
time Mr. Harrison will sit on the right by such men as Corbett, Failing, Sol facilities for commerce we have in the
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
of Mr. Cleveland during the short ride, Hirscli, Joseph Simon and others of Columbia river ami its tributaries and store last week, come near having lock
and it is thought that half a million the same stripe. It was advocated by this important part should not lie al jaw. He was relieved by applying a
:30 a ni McMinn'.. 10:10 si
■ cents per line.
people will see them. This simple the laboring classes whose sole strength lowed to be controlled by a set of per poultice of cold beets and is now able to
McMinn’.. 10:10a in Corvallis.. 12:10pi
12:55 p in McMinn*
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
change of position in proceeding to the consisted of their votes at the polls. sons w;ho would control it for their own go around on crutches.
2:56 _ p m Portland . 5:30 p! H
capitol cuts a long story short.
The bill passed Ixitli houses and went interests at the expense of every farm
TJ i I m List is Published Exclusively in tills
At Albany and Corvallis connect wit
i Amity l’opgun. Feb. 17.
Paper Every Two Weeks.
trains of Oregon Pacific.
to the governor, the friend of the la er in the state. This interest is a large
Express Train Daily, except »Sunday.
While trimming fruit trees on Wed
The politicians who were so taken
one and the delegation from Clatsop
aback by President Horrison’a appoint
nesday for C. V. Patterson Roy Kin
Following are the letters remainingfor
He vetoed It.
has shown its inability to take care of
... 4 :40 p rn McMnn ... 7.25pl
ment of Judge Jackson to the supreme
man ent his foot severely.
two weeks in the poatoffieeat McMinn
McMinn’. .. 5:45 a
The house passed it over his veto.
it except for their own advantage. The
liencli had just caught their breath
Mrs. J. W. Martin has been suffering ville, Oregon, Feb. 23, 1893 :
The laborer must be downed. A spe cry of monopoly to the county mem
when Judge Gresham accepted a seat
cial train from Portland brings Corbett, bers won the day and the men voting for some time past with a tumorous af Abbaker, B«rtha Lawrence, (lhas
Miller, Miss M
in President-elect Cleveland’s cabinet. Failing,Hirscli. Simon and other« upon
for it will hear from their constituents
Mason, Miss Rertlia
Briggs, H L
There is a suspicion abroad that those the scene of battle.
For tickets anil full information reps
Minty, John H-3
before the next session of the legisla a physician at Lafayette last week and Brown, A J
ing rates, mans, etc., cull on the Company
|M>liticians who are in politics only for
Morrison, .1 W
The senate fails to pass it over the ture or the T elephone -R egistek learned that the swelling was more ser Barber, A W
agent at McMinnville
what there is in it will be kept very
Boyer, Daniel W MI1!« mi >, Wisdom
ious than she luid first anticipated.
E. I'. ROGERS.
misses its guess.
Mills, h T
Chastain, W J
buiy during the next few years recover
Asst. O F. A F M
Died—In this city at 1 o’clock a. in, Cummins,Mrs M J Mitchel, David
Sylvester l’ennoyer, governor of Ore
ing from surprises.—.V.
gon, is pow the champion of the inter
McCoy, Miss Maud
in offering Judge Gresham, of In- on Thursday, February 16, 1893, of Clark, Mrs A C
McBroom, P G
ests of the wealthy property owners of diana, the first place among his ad- progressive muscular atrophy, James Davis, Allen
Newspapers coniienmlng the action
Dillinger, G G
of President Fulton should also con Portland. The tln-bucket brigade lias visors, Mr. Cleveland gives to the Weston. Tlie deceased had been grad Deweese, Mrs Sis Newbilf, Albert
lost its leader in the first great battle, country a supreme guarantee tliat the ually wasting away for many months Ditmcr, Mrs Lizie Nelson, Wm
demn the action of Sjieakcr pro tern
l’ennoyer was smart onough to make democratic party has not invited the past and death was no doubt a relief to Edie, Mr
Paxton while tlie house was in the
Parker, Miss Ida
It the last.
confidence < f its allies—the great mass hi* weary soul.
eommitte«1 of tlie whole, innsidcring
I Fairchilds, W F-3 Phillips, J I)
The defeat of the bill is no doubt the of republicans who voted for < 'leveland
the general appropriation. It would
Fretwell, Mr Jack l’eterson, S
Lafayette Ledger, Feb. 17.
l>* impossible toact more lingciitleinan- death of the republican party of Mult —in order to betray it.
That Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known as
Reed, J D
We see no reason why the appoint
ly unless foul name« were added to the
with it as he rightly lielongs to no par ment is not a good one. Of Jndg«t t pieton intends to make his future home Gilliam, John
I« th? Line to Take
insults given to democratic nieinlicrs
Grey, Mr Geo
ty mile«« it lie the party of «elf interest. Gresham’s high character and great over on the Bound country,
by the chair. Sections of the Wil were
Smith, Mrs P A
ability there can be no question. His: ^ye are informed that Lafayette Hanville, J W
Steen, C W A- W H
railroaded through in a manner tliat
la the DINING CAR ROUTE. ItrWl
Spencer, .1 W
A DYING DOCTRINE.
training lias iwen thoroughly Ameri- Lodge, No. 29, I. O. O. F.. will organ-
savors more of joliliery than any other
Through VESTIBULED TRAIH»
cuu anil while a republican lie deserted ize a Rebecca lodge at this place soon. Hubbard,Misst 'ora Scholt, Wm
action of tlie session. Votes, olijcctions
and eall« for division were ignored and I Mr. Harrison’s last appointmentithat the party when he saw that party leg- They will have about 35 memliers to Hausler, F
Whitemon, A G
Heltzel, Win S
«actions appropriating thousands were [
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST f'OLLEGE and Park; Only five
Howard, H A
Wilson, I L
passed when the noes were plainly in strengthen* him and the party he He is devoted to tlie principles upon
From what we hear there is every Jone», E W
from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into con-
(No Change of Can;
which tlie democratic party won its reason to believe that tlie present nar
S» 1 11 i VI’ll 1 1 iYll f It A It' 1 TV ft A »’AW i, Ae. *» —•
Cl— A— A_1_ —
• T * *
z«« ■ ■
a •> w m.a«»» ft • ft r,
the majority. More disgraceful actions
among gentlemen cannot lie conceived. please Mr. Clarkson to |sise In-fore the great victory. He lias trusted in the row gauge railroad will lie clianged to
Yocum, Mrs A M-2
country a moment and to lie seen as good faitli of tiie democrats and we see
Parties calling for the above letters most convenient property for those desiring a beautiful home
a standard gunge during next summer.
home. Pleasant ' HU I IW A M IIP A Wilf INlhM KIJKFBI
the critic of the president, passing ad no reason why the democrats should
Th* military forces of the «tats will
D ied —At Dayton, Oregon,of diptlie- will please say “Advertised.” if not Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable “ms
verse judgment upon him. But it not trust in his good faith.
(Of Latest Equipment.)
hold an encampment dt’ritig the com
croup, on Wednesday morning at 4 called for in two weeks they will be For information apply to WM. F. BRIEDEN’STEIN. Sole Agent
should Iw distinctly understood that he
ing summer. There is no lietter«|sit in
o’clock, Fell. 15, 1893. Ernest Morse, sent to the dead letter office as “un
Cor. Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville, Or.
speaks for himself and that lie is not
Best that can be constructed anam
No leg slation pertaining to railways
J. C. C ooper , P. M.
Oregon to hold it than there 1« near
... , ”
aged 5 wars. Tlie deceased was the claimed.”
which accommodations are for h«’
the party nor its representative. That within
ders of First or Second-qnss Tics-
. I son of Alton Morse, who for some time
sort of statesmanship has had its day session of tlie legislature.
Masonry in Oregon.
plenty of water and shade are to iw
.... ' was :i resident of Lafayette,
that could see no gotsl on the other
found within three miles of us, and if side, ami that preached the old fashion mum rate hill was smothered in the :
At a banquet of lhe Veteran Masonic
A Continuous Line connecting wit*11
I committee, thanks to the efforts of Sen-
H hm ,
the businc«« men take the proper course
Newberg Graphic Feb. 17 ]
associatian in Washington the other
ed doctrine that "the worst republican ator Hayes of Clackamas. Hi« eonstit-
line*, affordiug direct ana unin
and make the proper effort this city
is iwtter than the liest democrat,” or tient* should see that he is not in the
stands a better show than any of the
estingly sketched the introduetion of Umiles fitted up in the Neatest ami Moat
the "worst democrat better than the legislative halls next session.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be
other towns in the state, Iweausr it pos
ed in advance through auv agentoftn«ns
died quite suddenly last Tuesday morn Masonry in Oregon
Away back in
best republican.” An intelligent and
sesses all the qualifications for a per patriotic nation is sick of such twaddle.
ing and was buried on Wednesday.
’ ■ ■ '
! the ’40'e,” said the senator, “Captain
Designs furnished for Decorations.
fect camp. Several delightful location*
Tlie authority of county courts was
«nd Europe can be purchased at any «ria
— /MrffW Cnnnrnf i tlrp).
Hinchman Cooper arrived home John Kellogg crossed the plains from Remember Paper Hanging and Inaid* Fur
can Iw found, and when the time mines
increased to such an extent by tlie last
office of this conruanv.
from California last week. They have Missouri, carrying with him the char
nishing a Specialty
Full information concerning rates,
they can lie advanced for inspection.
legislature tliat the people will have to
been having very heavy rains in the ter of the first lodge in Oregon. It Work taken by Contract or by the Day. E
of trains, routes and other details furnin’
One of the lies! measure« passed by
An encampment near us would mean
elect a lietter class of intellect to the of- j
perienceil men employed.
on application to •"^•^"'¿ ha RLTO»
| Santa .Clara valley and a good deal of took him many month* to got to the
the late legislature is the one introduc
the expenditure of at least »10,000 in
flee than they have elected heretofore.
state and he had to undergo many
the country was under water.
Aset General Passenger Art
ed by Mr. Manley consolidating the vn-
the city during the six days’ camp.
S*a*ral OS** or tli*Coinp*B7.
We understand there is a prospect of hardships, but be clung to the charter, I------------------------- -----------------
Take time by the forelock and look the riou* assessments. I’mlar the old law
0*T. wahtagtow, PfrUtA’’
the taxpayer was in a continual state
Janie* Madson buying one-third inter- and nearly all the goods were lost and
of anxiety over hi* assessment and his
A piece of a black oak tree with a | est in the Newberg flouring mill. The many times he was in danger of losing
taxc«. Before he ba* time to recover bitckhorn firmly imliedded in the solid i intention is to liuild a warehouse for his life, when he arrived at Oregon City
The work of this session of the Ore-
Northern Pacific R. R. Co. Leetee.)
from the payment of one tax he is wood wa« lirought up this week from i the storing of grain and prepare for the little scroll was with him.”
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M
gon legislature is the ls-«t in years. Sev
called upon to pay another. County, Wagner creek and place»! on exhibition running the mill to it* full capacity,
I j -A-TTEST TTXTE c : a T?-p
eral rrfannatory law« have Iwen passed
city and school taxes have been col at Paulson s Elkhorn cigar store. Forty
,\n uccident, which came very near
that liear the stamp of i-omnion sens.'.
Two Through Traina Daily.
lected by different nil lectors and the years ago Father Beeson noticed the | being a fatal one, occurred at the brick
They look well in theory ami will m>
F. M. McCullough and Mr*. Dora M.
assessments made at different times of horns firmly grasped by the thrifty oak. factory last Tuesday. Mr. Terrel while
doubt Iw good in practice. The state is
: McCullough, who were divorce! some 12 45p fi 25| »P lv Minneapolis ®r¡ 9 06a1 4 i.'>n
the year and by different persons. The skeleton of the unfortunate deer Inoging after some of the maehinerv
to act m our agent. We furnish «n
growing and each year brings a greater
t30p 7 15| •plv
St Pani ar 830^3400
’ outfit and all you need free. It cost« n<” "L
1 mler the Manley bill the assessment wa« still there. Evidently some noble abol,t the press, passed too near a re- | time ago, were again married near Eu 11115a
I try the busine««. We will treat yoa
Dubiti, ar 11 eJ ,!Mp
expanse of administration au>l the leg
in lv Ashiand
— a ,1ft— A 3 n 30p
j help you to earn ten time« ordinary '’'•‘•U*
1 50p 7 25p|
for all will be made at the same time re»» man had [orgnt«" the wherealiouts [ volving shaft which caught the tail ofi
islator« «houId not Iw curse.I until the
Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
1 »exea of all age* can live at bom*
and the taxes will lie collected pt the ofliisprize which he had hung up in ! hls c<wt al)d wound it up in a jiffy, manner. The river being high they 7 I. m 9 59a ar Chicago__ I,I 547p|io ,.-,p
«■pare time, or all the time. Anv one
law« are in oparatkm and the expendi
could not Aics, ro Justice Kinsey,
i can earn a great deal of money. Many
«old and bsgKage checked through 23 Hours Quicker to CMrsgo.
«ame time and by the same person. It the oaken jungle. To day th* paleface Tlu.
flew off just in Umc to save standing on the opposite side of the to Tickets
Twa Hundred Dollars a Month
ture*. or a portion of them, arc made.
all points in th* I nited States and Cana
people in the world are making «o m"rt' -
1« a saving to the citizen* as the city carves tlie gnarled oak into firewood
More honest work lias been done than
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and I without capital at those at work for u»- o'
and school district assessors are abol ami saves as a memento of time« agoue have crushed him to death. As it was river, had them join hands and in a all trains going East and South.
! pleasant, atrictly honorable, and pay» b*«*
in years past and in all prolmbility the
Fur full information apply to vour near
Other offered to agent«. I'1«
ished and tlie work is dune by the the head pice of tlie ffeet-footcl beauty ’ the bruWng of one arm Was about all loud voice performed the ceremony.
, with no competition We e<imp
seventeenth bi-ennial session of Ore
j *v«rything, and »upply printed 'JirrCl£"Li
county assessor. The taxes are paid to which should have adorncl the t«pee (he injury he sustaincl, but it was a The judge could not kis* the bride.
Gen. Pa«., and Tkt. Agt. Chicago'. III. ~
gon will be looked at, in the years to
thetreasurer who keeps tliem in separate of one of Hague river valley's native c|(><. <«,11."
more money than will any other bowajjj^,
.■ollie, as one lenetitting the people in
prove your proepect'! Why not ? Y on
funiL«. The advantages of this law are son*.— Aehlanri Rrr-ord.
Farm for Sale
a marked degree. Some mistake* have
•■•ily and rarely at work for u>.
The clerk ha* issued license to wed
evident. A majority of the states of
induetry only noeeaeary for abeo
□cres.situ.itcl s Biles north
been made of voursr, but tl»e present
Pamphlet circular giving every particnW
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need
Sheridan Sun. Feb. n.
i to the following during the week:
the union collect taxes on this system
west of McMinnville, 30 acres in cultiva «n’äÄ?*’"1"*1 ¡"'«^nation e.n on free
to all. Delay not in «ending ior It
moment i* not the bar in which to
Sarah J Bower, aged 33; H T Walk-
GEOftGF rriMffOM •JJlg
and they have found it to work well.
on the place. 300 tree* beerine and 300
judge them. The new laws arc there
Box No. 4W. PortlM*
•kin or kidney trouble. It i« guaran-!mit of the coast rang* mountains, 20 ; er, »ged 34.
___ _ tree*.
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ries now; they will le fact« in the
Guaranteed to cure Rilious Attacks and
254 Washington St.,
.■ourse of three months.
Jaxn. O. L»xs.
Constipai sui. tas» nite Urans
Sold by Howorth A Co.
| Th* Yambill river ha lie«n about j
Pom.»«». O>(« ot
A. H. GAUNT
BURNS & DANIELS,
HI6HEST MARKET PRICE.
T. I71- DEBET
BELOW PORTLAND PRICES
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
At Reasonable Rates.
East and South
Southern Pacific Rout
( ) (). HODSON,
Pullman Buffet Sleepers,
House Furnishing Goods.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints, Etc.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work
of Every Description.
Through Tickets to all Poimf- .'
EAST AND SOUTH.
O. O. HODSON
HOW ON THE MARKET
AND FOR SALE
from Terminal or Interior Points 11
Pleasant Home Addition T,°alt Poinis Easl * «Ol
1ST. PAUL AND CHICMO
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
J. B. ROHR,
ELEflAIT MY (Wil
Sign, anil Ornamental Painter
Through Tickets ¡Tn0
'Wisconsin Central Lines.
1 days to
, 2 CL ncAGO
WE WANT YOfi