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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1893)
The sudden deatli of Jules rerry re
moves one of tlie ablest men in French
Whenever a new scheme is talked public life—the man who would proba
HARDING L HEATH. Publisher*.
of to improve the navy, the pre*, and bly have lieen Carnot’s successor. Since
through it the |ieople, give consent. the French reverses in Tonquin in 1884 ;
And wheii the new secretary of the Ferry has been under a j>olit ieal cloud.
• as Copy. psr year, inndranc,
$1 00 navy, Hilary A. Herbert, announces a He was long the central object of the
OcaCspy,aia moathaia adraiir,...............
>0 |M>Iicy in naval affairs, the people ap- attacks of the radicals and the Tonkin-
ois" was hated and reviled as the au-1
Entered at the poatofliee at McMinnville
"We will follow,’’he says, “the lad- thor of the national reverses. It was
Oregon, aa second-class matter.
icy inaugurated by Secretary Whitney the hatred of the radicals that prevent
eight years ago and so well adhered to ed Ferry from securing the presidency
KltbVJ.L'TTONa pF < 'ON 1**1.US« E ANI> ALL O»IT-
iiary Poetry will l»e charged L»r at regular by General Tracy, for building up the in 1887, on the resignation of Grevy,
navy, and from year to year ¡vessels of and the story is told of the mobs that
M amflx 4' opim Or T he T klkphoak -R egim - modern construction, power and effi gathered in Paris while the balloting
ikk will be mailed to any person in the ciency trill be added until the Ameri was going on at Versailles, with thous
I'nited States or Europe, who desires one. can navy is brought up to the relative ands of men carrying dynamite bombs
free of charge
place it held in the navies of the world in their pockets,ready to rise in another
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper adiertiaiing
agent. 21 Merchants' Exchange. San in 1861. We are not going to lie sur Communist insurrection if Ferry were
rranuheo, is our aiilliorizeil agent. Thia passed by any other nation in the mat ! elected.
Recently the feeling has
paper is kepi on tile iu hi« oUct.
ter of efficient American ships, com I* j grown less fierce, and the other (lay*
All tubltribtri wAo <lu nut reeeiie lluir manded by American officers and I when the Panama whirlwind over
turned tbings iu tbe chambers lie was
yiifirr iejvlarly will ronftr a faror liy im- manned by American crews.’’
ineilialely rtporting the tarnt Io thit Office
That is the idea. Tlie people take a elected president of the senate. He
wonderful interest in the new navy. was the leader of the opportunists, the
Thursday, March 23, 1893.
Oregon is anxiously waiting for the party of practical government in
completion of the Oregon. Every per France, and it may lie doubted whether
A conservative member of tlie Eng son is convinced that she will be the they will find another equally able. As
lish parliament has urged that war is a best ship on top of the water. California the party of opportunism is the party
l>etter method of settling the Behring takes special pride in tlie Charleston, of steadiness and legislative sobriety in
Sea question than arbitration, and fur the Han Francisco and the Monterey, France, his death may have important
ther argues that a war leave« u lasting and so on through the states. Tlie in results.
sentiment of respect. It has in the terior states are no exception and every
eaae of England surely. The English one is willing that millions shall be <HtEG<IN*rt MINISTER TO HAWAII.
man is arguing’from a ground that is spent if they put the United States
Hr W» Hr. .lames McBride Win» I li
favorable and indisputable
War will where she belongs: the greatest power
belli the Dlxnltjr of the Tnlleil Slates.
settle the matter in favor of the United on the seas.
Howjsmall in eumparison.is the land
States and we do not doubt but what
The New York Sun recalls the tact
J lJ Moore to A E and 8 E Moore,
II om<*s nt ti*« World** fr'nlr.
England would increase her general force, how weak in armament, how that iu April, 1868, Dr. James McBride,
9.69 acres, sec 6, t 4 s, r 3 w; $150.
poorly equipped. Didfyou ever stop to of Lafayette, Oregon, was appointed as
stock of respect towards ns.
There is no reason why anyone
.Stanley Umphlette to Serena Umph-
think that while the nations of Europe United States minister to the Hawa should lie deterred from visiting the lette, lots 5 and 6, sec 31, t 5 s, r 4 w; $1.
Here in Yamhill county for several are progressing as much in military af iian islands by President Lincoln. World’s Fair by reason of possible in- j Starlev Umphlette to Serena Umph
The Only Sign Writer In the County.
yeti’s past the tax levy has been un fairs as they are in naval, tlie United Soon after going there lie had tlie convenience and uncertainty attend
Homes fitted up in tlie Neatest and Most
lette, 59 acres, 15 s, r 4 w; $1.
usually high, and the reason given is States is simply following them in American coat of arms placed over the ing the securing of satisfactory hotel
that the county is in debt, is the in naval mutters. The regular army and entrance to tbe American legation.
T. T. Gber has started out on his pe
Designs furnished for Decorations.
debtedness lieing reduced? How very National Guard are not receiving prop
In 1864 an English man-of-war stop The Northern Pacific railroad will in rennial, e\’er-blooniing and ¡nocuous
Can Supply All A’our Needs In
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Fur-
little the average tax payer knows how er attention from the government. The ped at Honolulu, having on board two due time publish low excursion rates to campaign for congress. Simultaneously
nisliing a Specialty.
his taxes are applied. How many troops are still armed with a piece ca cadets in tlie English navy, both sons Chicago and return for this occasion, with the publication of one of Timo
Work taken by Contract or by the Dav. Ex
more who would understand a state pable of killing at 1200 yards; the of peers. One of them, Lord Charles while its double daily passenger train thy’s screeds in the Oregonian, the
perienced men employed.
ment of its financial condition, which nations of Europe are armed with one Beresford, is now high in the service. service, including through sleeping Statennan yawps a howl against Her
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
ikiually consists of an exhibition of to having a range of 4000 yards, and so on This was during the war of the rebel cars of both classes I Standard and mann. The people are doubtless tired
tals, which without tlie explanatory down in equipment ¡we are the same lion, when England was rather un Tourist) to Chicago, will as usual be at of Binger, but if Geer is the alterna
items are about as vague as the eliatter- per cent behind in effectiveness. The friendly to the United States, and the head of the list in every particular. tive!—Lord, how much more tired they
of an idiot.— Sheridan Sun.
price of one cruiser would arm the reg many Englishmen were inclined to
To help you in fixing in advance are of him.— Marion Democrat.
Proprietors of The McMinnville
ular army and the national guard with think that the United States govern upon your place of residence while at
The .«tress of necessity has driven the a superior piece and equip them with
ment was of no sjiecial consequence, tending the World’s Fair, we have
French chamber to im|>ose taxes oa al. all the latest’improvenients.
placed in the offices of tbe company at
The foiiuwing is a summary of tbe
most everything in France that can lie
While our system of government
One night Lord Charles Beresford 121 First Street, Portland, Or., compil Bellevue school for the term of five
reached by 'thejeollector. It was but a does not require a large standing army,
Situated at the Southwest corner of the
ed by perfectly trustworthy parties,
Fair (¡rounds. All sizes of
short time ago that M. de Lacratelle it is necessary to have a small one, and and his friend, in order to show their called “Homes for Visitors to the months which closed March 3, ’93.
proposed the imposition of a tax of 50 that small one should possess more ef
World’s Fair.” This little book, which
First-Class Drain Tile
francs on foreign servants,which failed. ficiency for its numbers than any other ment, went to .the American legation, you can purchase for fifty cents, con boys enrolled 23; total number girls en
tore down Dr. McBride’s coat-of-arms,
kept constantly on hand at lowest living
Rut bicycles are to pay their share of army that exists. Twenty-five thou
tains a list of aliout 9,606 private fami
DERBY <fc BOYER,
I he j-osts of France’s onerous military sand men armed with a superior intel- and hired a native to row them with it lies who will accommodate visitors in 48; total cases of tardiness 9; average
into the bay where their^ship was an-
system, and tlie hill to impose a tax on I iigenee, a good piece and the latest
Chicago during the time of the fair,
M innie P ottek , Teacher.
liveries seemsalso likely to pass upon I equipments ought to to be able to do
On learning next morning that the
the ground that “wealth, luxury and I battle with a superior force in numbers
their names and addresses and number
vanity should,’’ as M. Miteliell put it, ! and come out victorious. The United eoat-of-arms was missing, tlie Ameri of rooms each will have to spare. The
IIEI’OIIT OF THE CONDITION
relieve the public of a large portion of I States contains more intellect per eap-
Of the McMinnville National Bank at Mc I
soon found the native who bad taken book also gives a list of the hotels and Minnville in the slate of Oregon, at the
Its burdens.” As our next congress j ita than any other country on the face
it to the ship. A searcli warrant was their locations; lias twelve full-page close of business, March l>. 1893:
must impose n tux iqHin something of the earth and all that is necessary to
and the coat-of-arms brought large scale maps, each representing a Loans ami discounts
SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
which is now uutaxed, these hints I induce it to go into the army is a more
$109,473 87 ,
commandant section of the city, so that witli this in Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 243 57
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily
from France may be of value.
j liberal appropriation and the adoption of tbe man-of-war and the English formation beforç him the intending 1‘ S Bonds to secure circulation 12,500 00
.. 7.00 p m SanFrancisco 8.15am
Stocks, securities, etc..................... 10,395 33
. of more progressive ideas in its man
San Fran. . 7:00 p m Portland ... 7.35 aiu
agents li.OM .51
Maryland is attempting to solve the agement. It is hoped that the new minister at Honolulu immediately visitor himself can, at leisure, select tlie Due from approved reserve
Due from other national banks. . 3,.582 97 '
Above trains stop only at following sta
old maid question by agitating the pas secretary of war will attempt to do called on the American minister and quarter of the city in which he would Banking-house,
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
sage of a law compelling bachelors to away with tlie antiquated armament offered an tqiology in the name of their prefer to stop, corresponding in ad fixtures ....................................
Oregon Citv, Woodburm, Salem, Albany,
expenses and taxes paid
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, .Jun
either marry or pay a tine annually. and system of management of the government for the insult which liad vance witli one or more families in that Current
Premiums on U. 8. bonds
ction city, Irving, Eugene
This question can be settled for all army, that is acting like dry rot upon been offered. After having made their locality with regard to rates and the Checks and other cash items. .
KoAebiirg Mail Daily.
Bills of otlier Banks...
lime by parents raising a better class of the force, und place tbe national apology, they/tated that they supposed accommodations desired.
Fractional paper currency, nickel«
girls, 'l’iie coming American girl, in army and home guard before the
Portland . . 8:05 a m. Roseburg... 5:40 p iu
Roseburg. 6:20 a in, Portland ... 4:00 p iu
stead of learning how to do housework, people in a proper light. Make the en- I
Albany Local, Daily, Except Sunday.
cooking and the many attainments tire force an American one, make each minister informed them that this was
necessary for the proper taking care of soldier have a character that no one is
urer 5 per cent of circulation
Portland ...5: p in Albany........ 9: pm
Reni Ent at»*.
Albany......... 5: a m;Portland
8:55 a m
a home, whiles away her time in read ashamed of, make him have an intel
T otal .........
ing blood-and-thunder novels, attend lect that; i« above the average, make’ government, had not only committed
(' II Crane to Geo W Crane, 78 acres,
ing to society aflairs and gossiping. Idin have a physique that is the admi j a tlieft, but had, by,their act, insulted swj of ne', lot 2, sec 10, t 2 s, r 4 w;
Capital stock paid in
$ .50,000 00 i
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
No wonder a man who has to work for ration of everyone, and equip him with I the government represented IIly him.
Clare E Morrison to J. H. Scott, 11 Surplus fund...............................
For accommodation of second class passen
5,185 47 1
his living, prefers living alone rather tlie latest improvements in arms and
acres, t 5 s, r 5 w; $385.
to express trains
National Bank notes outstanding : 11,250 001
than to snpport such a useless creature. accoutrements, then there will lie a down tlie coat-of-arms witli their own
G F Bullock to Mara A and Ada R Dividends unpaid....................
WEST SIDE DIVISION
” ’ deposits
’ , ? subject
Girls who are nice and have what a change in sentiment. Having all this hands, lie would not be satisfied until Jewel, lots 3-4, blk 10, Baker & Martins I Demand
Between Portland and Corvallis.
man considers womanly attainments where is tlie officer that would not I*' they themselves put it back where they add to McMinnville; $600.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
Time certificate« of deposit
always find a partner in pfe.
A. It. Burbank to A 1* Fletcher. lot
proud of the force? where is the citizen
.. 7:30 a in McMinn’ .10:10 a ni
and commandant vehemently protest 4, blk 02, Lafayette; $27.50.
. 12:10 p m
that wouldjMot.be proud to have his
Corvallis .12:55 p in McMinn’. . 2:5« p la
I'nited States to Hobt Sullinger 150 S tate of O regon . Cot sty of Y amhill , ss:
The value of advertising is in the cor son in the army? and where is the citi ed, saying tliatjsucli'a'deniand was hu
McMinn’... 2:56pm Portland. 5 30pia
I, E. <’. Apperson, Cashier of the above
rect proportion of the quantity and zen that would object to nil expendi miliating and disgraceful and could acres, sec 3, t 5 s, s 5 w.
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
not be^oomplied with. The American
United States to J (' Nelson, 501.52 ! above statement is true to the best of my
quality of the advertising medium. ture to acquire tills?
trains of Oregon Pacific.
knowledge and belief
minister, however.insisted on a com acres, sec 10-11-14-15, t 3 s, r 3 w.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
Quantity without quality is worth lit
E. (.'. A pperson , Cashier.
pliance with his demand, saying that
Julian Provost teDB Provost, 802.22 Subscribed and sworn to before rue this
tle. Quality without quantity is woi th
SENTIMENT IN FINANCE.
Portland. 4 :40 p mjMcMnn .. 7.25piu
tlie disgrace consisted in the act of acres, t 5 s, r 5 w; $600.
2lst day of Mar., 18J6.
nothing. The smaller the circulation
. 8:20 am
C. W. T almage .
stealing tbe coat-of arms, and that
D B Provost to GC Eddings, 802.22 '«cal’
of the medium the more the advertis
Notary Public for Oregon
The country seems to have recovered nothing short of this would be consid
acres, t 5 s, r 5 w; $1644.40.
ing space is worth per copy circulated. from its small flnrrv excited by the de
C orrect —Attest:
ered reparation for theii oflense. Af
F P Henke to James M Price, 9 lots,
The publication which contain* mat parture of gold.
J. W. <?OWLS.
EAST AND SOUTH.
ter considerable diplomatic correspond blks 5-6, Maple Park add to Lafayette;
A. J. A pperson ,/- Directors.
ter of personal or local interest is read
hor tickets and full information regard
The real danger is precisely what it ence and some delay, tlie English min
m . C ampbell I
maps, etc., call on the Company’,
throughout. To the majority of people was when the reserve was threatened
agent at McMinnville.
every when-, the local paper is the one a few weeks ago auil when the banks ister agreed to comply with the de
United States to Albert Houston,
E. P. ROGERS,
they are sure to read, no matter how came to the relief of the treasury, but mand of Dr. McBride, and tlie latter 165.85 acres, sec 2, t 5 s, r 7 w; $1000.
Asst. G F. A P Agt
much they may read of other things. the sentimental danger, the imagined
Henry Warnock to F H Champlin,
Ma mi fact a res anil Deals in
when the eoat-of-arms should lie re 4’. acres, pt A B Fnulconer diet 5 s,
There is hardly a family of common peril, is ever.
school education, residing anywhere
r 7 w; $1000.
from Terminal or Interior Points tin
The country is still tending towards
It was soon noised about Honolulu
that does not take regularly or irregu a silver basis. The Sherman act is still
Frank H Champlin to Henry War
the twojyoung men were to re nock, 165.85 acres, sec 2, t 5 s, r 7 w;
larly some local publication. The unrepealed. The paper money of the
family that doesn't doe« not lielnng to country is still increasing and Is really place ¡theVoat-of-arms tbe ; next day at $1000.
12 o’clock. When the ¡time came
any class of buyers.
G. C. Eddings to I’ L Vanvleck,
depreciating. That is, ifit were not for thousands of people from the city and
the wonderful credit of the country, if the surrounding country were there to 802.22 acres, t 5 s, r 5 w; $lt>00.
Luther L Votaw to Tlios Corolan,
The county court Ims ordered a the silver certificates and treasury witness thejeeremony. A photograph
bridge built across^ he Harrison slough notes were worth only the market val i of theTseene’^was^taken/and it is said lot 6, Little Homes sub; $150.
is the Line to Take
That Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known as
W T Smith to Ira S Townsend, 20
under the supervision of Commissioner ue of the silver on which they are based la relative of Minister McBride in Sa-
Henderson. This expeusejseems un a dollar note of these would not buy as ; lent now has aVopy of this photograph. acres, see 26, t 5 s, r 5 w; $157.12.
dealer in the Valley My all home-made
Assignment deed from Wm H Caine, harness is the favorite wit’ll all who have
It Is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runt
necessary and we would like to know much as could be purchased by a dol The young fellows also apologzed to
tried them Give me a call and get prices.
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
if itlis demanded by the amount of lar gold certificate.
Dr. McBride for the insult.
Every Day In lhe Year to
travel or the condition of the road,
The restoration of confidence is large Minister McBride reported tlie affair Newberg.
Dissolution of Partnership.
liming the summer this piece of road ly due to the fact that tlie business in ' to Secretary Seward, who compliment James J.eacli to W E King, 30 acres,
is certainly one of the l>est in the coun terests of tbe country have confidence, ed him and demanded an apology el of sw', of sec 2u, t 2 s, r 4 w: $800.
Henry White to E It Remington, 150 i Notice is hereby given that tlie partner-
(No Change of Care)
ty and the necessity of constructing an strengthened by the assurances con from the English government, which
heretofore existing between us
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park; Only five
pt Jas H Garrison <1 1 c, t 5 *, r I «hip
under the firm name of W. T. Booth A Son
elevated bridge across a low piece of tained in Mr. Cleveland’s inaugural, was made, and tlie two young men
of DIMM) CARS
has Ibis day been mutually dissolved. U S. minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into con
ground hardly exists. It is in line, that the present administration will I called home and dismissed from tlie w; Quit claim.
however, with the other improvements use all tlie resources of the law to pri navy for five years. Lord Charles John T Ha«h to J W Fletcher, lots will be paid to W. T. Bootli ami all firm ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest and PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEPERS
will be paid by W.T. Booth. All who
for the Iwnefit of Mr. Henderson in serve parity of value between gold ant! Beresford has since won distinction in 11-12, blk 5, Lippincott's add to Pay debts
(Of Latest Equipment,)
have not settled their accounts up to Janu most convenient property for those desiring a beautiful home. Pleasant
reaching Amity. Nothing hut gravel silver.
1893, are requested do so at once. We Horae is subdivided in lour acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable terms. TOURIST SLEEPIAG CARS
the English army. He commanded
John A Waugaman to [Florence F thank our many friends for their liberal
roads and bridges from the Henderson
The calm of to-day and the storm of i the landing force at Alexandria in
Best that can b« constructed and in
Newell, lots 3, 4, 5, 6 blk 21, Fnuleoners patronage, ami bespeak for B . T. Booth, For information apply to WM. F. BRIEDENSTEIN, Sole Agent,
which accommotlations are for hol
farm to Amity has >>een heard from yesterday arc both evidence of the ! 1882.
who will carry on tlie business at tbe old
ders of First or Second-cr.tss Tick
stand, the same favors and kind treatment
«inee Henderson’s election. McMinn importance of sentiment in fiscal mat
Dr. McBride also sat down very de-: Colin Allison to Joseph Phillips, lot shown
W. T. B ooth .
ville exjiects nothing and wants noth ters.
eideilly upon tlie king of the Sandwich No 3, blk 3, South Sheridan; $100.
I'. S. B ooth .
ELEOAXT DAY COACHES,
ing from Galloway, but it would lie
Ilah’d March 29, 1890.
A Continuous Line connecting with all
islands, Kainchameha V, at the same
refreshing to hear that the other part of
MR SUCCAT, THE SAINT.
lines, affordiug direct and unin«
time, as Kamehameha sympathized acres Lafayette: $200.
the county, the home of Mr. Perry, was
with the Englishmen in the affair.
receiving attention, or, lietter still, that
The birthday of Mr. Huecat was duly
.a l------ i -------
' 5 reservations
Dr. Janies McBride, this firm and 21, Hurley's add to Newlierg; $400.
10 clint» per double roll. Send 2-cent stamp
M in advance through aitv agent of ths road
the county court could put personal celebrated in this city by the wearing patriotic minister, was a physician who
SCOFIELD A MORGAN.
R W Lancefield tn Ida Fletcher, 120 20
r n ° AmeriCA,
?"d 'rora * Englkntl
11 p »1»’“
matters aside and give all |<arts of the of tlie green. Mr. Huecat, alias Patri came to Oregon from Missouri in 1846
192 Third »t. Portland. Or.
... 1 v * Tickets
!l i acres s .1 sw and sw | s e sec 15, t 5 s
I cios the preacher, alia« St. Patrick, is a
Can * Purc,1«<*l at any ticket
county <lue consideration.
and took a prominent part in the early
oflice of this conmany.
|HT«oiingc dearto the heart of the Irish history of the state. He died at St. r 4 w; $500.
Full information concerning rate» tnu«
The Yamhill county court,it would a|i-
other details furnish*
Helens in 187<>.
WILSON L HENDERSON. Props.
application to any agent, or
l>ear, Is in hot waler. They find that faith. The date of his birth is wrapjied
He was tbe brother of George W.
«srvant« of the people sometime« have in oliscurity. Some writers claim that McBride, Oregon’s present secretary of
to give an accounting of tlieir transac- ’ he was born in .¡77, others in 378, of state; Hon. T. A. McBride, of Oregon i see 6, t 5 s, r 6 w.
Henry White to L Root, pt Jos H
lions to these who placed them in po which the latter, if not a later date is
”^"gr?7,na,‘ <’»r^on <> 1 e: »
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
Especially so when buying mon' probable. The day of his birth from Oregon, ex-United States judge of,
roed rollers at an exorbitant price. iWe was settled in a peculiar manner by a 1 Idaho and Utah, etc.; Mrs. Governor;
**,v' I blk 15, also 11 1 tot 2, blk 15, Nowl»erg:
learn that the order for the roller has couple of prominent Irishmen, several Woods and other distinguished Rm
Iteen countermanded, anil those who hundred years ago, who were disput and daughters.
Attention Given to
Pacific College to Bozella Clark, lots
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
sold the machine keep It.) Perhaps it ing as to whether Succat was Isirn on
7:30 P. M.
Is economy, but more likely policy, to the Sth or «th of March. The discus
Samuel < Hess to J S Hess, 40.73 Third Street. Between E and F, McMinn- BETWEEN WILLAMETTE VALLEY
take the Ixiwixr bids, regardless of sion waxed warm and the people who
acre«, pt Joe Hess d 1 c; t 3 s, r 3 w;
quality of work, for a $15 or $SB job of had taken sides*on the matter were
POINTS ANO SAN FRANCISCO
An engine exerting surpassing pow $3000.
.7’’ '”rn,'h »"
printing, when at the «ante time the alsiut to resort to arms when some
it always a source of wonder, and
th! H i T"“
,r"- 11 •X“1’ "Olhin, t.>
Union Lodge No 43, A F A A M to
<■01114 has contracted jfor an expensive genuine Irishman, who no doubt, had er
wiH ,p'»‘ y°" »•«, and
yet how many are entirely forgetful of
,’n “I”'' '>r,l'"*ry w«r»« H«i i.
and uselc«« pie«'«' af machinery. When kissed the Blarney stone repeatedly, tlie existence within themselves of an Chas Palmer, s J lot 246, cemetery; $11.
*' hon" *B" work ’"
United States to John Richardson, j
the present «-ounty judge went into po« made the «uggestion to split tlie differ engine more powerfill and enduring
Nours Quicker to St. Paul,
’»7arn . ’™? Ath,e !,BM’ AB’’ nar »»y
'y- M«ny hare ma.G
•eesion of the judge's office, the indebt ence by adding the dates together,
Doll.™ . Month. No da., of
they have experienced irregular
Hours Quicker to Chicago,
K J Carter to G H Baxter, lots 13
wiiLut" «?if.7ir o.“"’ mBkln<r
edness of the county was only alaoit making the birthday of the Saint tlie until
Two Tlirougli Trains Daily.
pulse, heart fluttering, tenderness in
work tor u.. Ku.m—
$14,006. At tlie present time the fa- 17th of March. This was agree, 1 to shoulder and arm, swollen ankles, and 14, block 12, Lippincott's add to!
Leave« 8an Franci.ro
March 14. 21
<,.°orBbl'’ BB‘I P«y> bailor f ha.
Hours Quicker to Omaha and
inh •P*'’’’’’1 ,o »f»nt.. You hare a d..
March 1th 29
«letiteiiness of Yamhill comity is about and since that time, we are informed asthmatic breathing, weak and hun Dayton; $400.
This company reserve« the right to change
rrintad Jiridlou. lor
$50,000. Whose “capacious maw " wa« by authentic Irinli legend« and tbe gry spells, smothering, short breath or J G, S H and S A Dorrance to W A !
'«I'btully, will bri..«
in side, when its existence is no Millard, lot M, blk 51, Edward«’ add to':
wide open and swallowed that sugar- practice of the present day, the memo pain
r °<h»r buain«..
longer to lie deuied, as the possessor
Pree ït-eclla.- aaailv’and
W"T Bo,? Vo" CB" ,1" •"
«■oated pill, judge? Purely souaeone lie ry of tlie |wrson who fired the snakes must knew he has heart disease. Mrs. Newberg; $30.
Chicago I t j
Strainer ' Hoag " leaue* Portland, Wed-1
CXaLr C b . tb . diYlziw 1‘amohiat /•>./..lB*r*i*1,r’r ior »boolul» .orre»»
Susan M Wallace to Eilali L Wal
sides the bloated millionaire printer. from Ireland has becufkept green iu I.eBar, Fitchburg, Mich., had heart
■ frlTto n l' i wi 1 ”?*
Tickets sold and baggage checked through nesday and Saturday at6 a m
1‘erhaps Judge Galloway may l>e able the hearts of the Irish people. by suita disease fifteen years; had to hire house lace, lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, blk 5, Rowland's J to all iioints in the t int«l 8iate« and Cana
rrw io all. IHlay not In wndini fo, «.
add to McMinnville: $9000.
da. Close connection made in Chicago with
GEOhOK STINSON A CO..
to explain all this.— fiaylim HemM.
ble ceremonies on the 17th of March.
Miles’ Heart Cure and all symptoms
Salmon Street Wharf. Portland.
Boa No. OSS, Portland, M»
Ja« and Ella Norrie to S I) York, 21 : all trains going Ea«t and South.
H. R. V avchx . Gen. Art.,
left tier. Continued use cured her.
For full information apply to vour near
TW t ■ 'K-rvaae appetii», purity tbe whole Sold by Rogers Bros, on a guarantee, acre« pt Jo« R Young d 1 c. t 3 s. r 4 w; est ticket agent or to j a S. c . P onii .
C. C HOGCE, G.F.AP.A .
<TM»U< «nd act on the liver. Itile BeanaSmoh.
Gen Pass and Tkt Agt CMeagn. Ill !
254 Washington St ,
who will give you a doctor’« book free •8M
THE PEOPLE APPROVE.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY
Don’t buy your Spring Suit until you see their New and Nobby
Clothing as they will have this spring the finest assortment ana at
less prices than ever before shown in Yamhill county.
get the latest styles in Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods, and we
KAY & TODD
will not be undersold.
J. B. ROHR,
House, Sign, aiifi Ornamental Painter
BURNS & DANIELS,
BELOW PORTLAND PRICES
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
At Reasonable Rates.
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
Pullman Buffet deepen,
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.
O. O. HODSON.
H*?NESS NOW ON THE MARKET
AND FOR SALE
Pleasant Home Addition
To all Points East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
THE (TTY STABLES.
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Through Tickets to all Points
Low Freight Rates
Wisconsin Central Lines.'
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