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M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1895
A FEW BUSINESS POINTERS.
Indacatiug Some of ZYIany Changes
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR.
One Dollar If paid in advance, Single numbers five cents.
f RO.n THE COI WTV PRESS.
Recorder J. G. Hadley is kept
busy now’ answering letters of
Previous to the recen t great change
inquiry respecting the water works
that swept over this country, caus-1
Contractors seem anxious to get in
ing such great distress to banks, bus-1
on the ground floor.
iness men and farmers, resulting in
so many failures and such wide dis
The telephone company has bought
tress, times were reasonably good
twenty-five foot frontage on First
and prosperous. Business was con
street, adjoining the lot on which G.
M. Bales' shoe shop stands, w’here
ducted largely on very loose lines
for Infants and Children
The Bailroad Across Siberiu.
SKETCH OF ECGFXE FIELD.
they will at once begin the erection
Credit was universally extended,
a neat office 14x22 feet.
The American poet and “sweetest >
HIRTY year»’ observation of Ca»toria with the patronage of
established reputations meriting , western singer,” Eugeue Field, who i j 1 playing an activity in prosecuting
short time ago G. W. Wyman
million» of person», permit n» to »peak of it without gne»»ing.
credit or not, by that only safe rule, died
to B. C. Miles from New Zea Almost everybody takes some laxative
ANV SIZE, ANY WEIOHT-I8K.
It 1» unqnestionably the belt remedy for Infant« and Children
to cleanse the system and keep the
to-wit: Credit is something not in- ( Chicago last week, was a versatile certain, uot only that it will be com land saying that the nursery stock he medicine
blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS
the world ha» ever known. It i» harmles». Children like it. It
herited but gained by years of indus- genius
and an admirable poet in his pleted, but that it will be completed had shipped from here to that far off LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder)
try, sobriety and honest methods, 1 line. He was born in St. Louis, before the date origiually arranged. land not only arrived in fine condition, f;et all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
gives them health. It will «ave their live». In it Mother» have
axative and tonic that purifies the blood
keeping in view the fact that every . September 2, 1850. He was the son
something which i» absolutely »afe and prart^gfllv perfect a« a
Before the close of this year the but that he had had splendid success and strengthens the whole system. And
one is the maker and keeper of his of
( Roswell Martin and Frances Reed road will be opened as far as the in getting the trees to grow. He more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU
own credit. When once acquired it Field, both of whom were natives River Obi. It will then be possible sent Mr. Miles a number of bulbs LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
Wm. F. Welschneider,
and healthy, and when the Liver is in
Ca»toria deitrpy» Worm».
can only be retained by strict integ- ( of Windham county, Conn. His fa in the Old World to take a continu through the mail for planting.
good condition you find yourself free from
Castoria allay Feveri«hne»«.
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick-
rity and constant care to provide be ther was graduated from Middlebury ous journey from the Atlantic east
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
Two Doors Below P. O.
Ca»toria prevents vomiting Sour Cnrd.
forehand the means wherewith to , college when only 15 years old, be ward of over 4,000 miles. It is
worn out and debilitated feeling.
The J. A. Cochran farm has been that
Cuntoria cure» Diarrhœa and Wind Colic.
meet all obligations strictly on time ( came a lawyer and was Dred Scott’s probable, judging from the present
These are all caused by a sluggish Liven
agreed, instead of depending on some first attorney in the case which re-1 rate of progress, that, by the open- sold to M. E. Hendrick, of this city Good digestion and freedom from stomach
Castoria relievo» Teeth• ng Trouble«.
troubles will only be had when the liver
body else to supply the means or suited in the famous Dred Scott de- j ' ing of the twentieth century, a con- at $23.59 per acre.
is properly at work- If troubled with any
Cnntoria cure» Constipation and Flatulency.
J. M. Fink and wife will soon take of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER
generous enough to extend the time cision by the United States supreme I tinous belt of steel will stretch from
Ca»toria nentralite» the effect» of carbonic acid gas or poisonon« air.
up their abode with J. L. Wright REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi
of payments to suit each individual. court.
The following general forms are always in stock
Paris to the Pacific.
cines, and Better than Pills.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
and for sale at the Reporter office
Credit was treated not as an accom His early ancestors settled at
and wife in this city, in order that
Real Estate Mortgage
Castoria a»»imilate» the food, regnlate« the »tomach and bowU»,
modation extended by one to anoth Plymouth in 1626. His mothei’ died
Mr. F. may be more handy to his Has the Z Stamp in red on wrapper.
Satisfaction oi Mort.
Bond for Deed
er, but was abused and distorted to in 1857, and he was put under the
work during the winter.
giving healthy and natural eleep.
J. H. Zeiliu & Co., PhUa., Pa
Transfer of Mortgage
the Pacific Ocean, the matter will
Notes and Receipts. Bill of Sale
An ordinary radish left at F. Robi
care of his cousin, Miss Mary Field receive increasing attention—that it
Ac k now ledgements, Abstract*.
ing of the one obtaining the credit French, at Amherst, Mass., and for
PROPOSED WORTH BRIDGE.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plow or promise
would be possible to extend our son s real estate office by one of the
with the right to impose and abuse thirteen years she superintended his American system of roads northeast daughters of Hon. C. H. Burch, meas
We carry a large stock of stationery and arc
prepared to do pin printing of every sort in the
in every way the confidence of those education and was his foster-mother. erly to Alaska, to a terminus at ured 2 feet, 4 inches in length and 16 The Greatest LuKiueeriug l»4er<
best style of the art and at low tignres
taking in the World.
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
extending the credit—this pervaded He attended Williams college in
inches in circumference.
Bering Strait on the Pacific.
of war recently ap
all classes more or less. The bank 1868 and the state university of
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE-
■' 1» on every
of officers of the
ers, merchants and business men Missouri at Columbia in 1871. After
generally felt they had no rights mor •finishing his education he adopted
OTICE h hereby given that the undersigned,
—a distance of say fifty miles—the H. C. Hume disposed of his books and report their conclusions as to
a* sherirt of \amhill county, state of Ore
N ’ gon,
ally, legally or otherwise worthy of the profession of newspaper writer,
under and by virtue oían execution and
the maximum length of span practi
order of sale issued out of the circuit court of the
Children Crylor Pitcher’s Cesteria.
any consideration whatever from beginning with the St. Louis Jour United States system of railroads and office fixtures to J. H. Flower.
• taie of Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, on
for suspension bridges, and con
the 2Sch «lay of October, A. D. 159Ó. and bearing
Mr. Hume has gone to Portland, and
producers and laborers. They were nal in 1872. From this time until
said date, upon and to enforce that certain de
with an amount of traffic
cree rendered by said court on the 16th day of
will have an office with Allen & Co.
ever ready to decide every contest his death he was associated with the
October, A. I». H9Ú, in that certain snit therein
sufficient to warrant the
pending, wherein Joseph Huston was plaintiff
and every controversy against the following newspapers in the order
D. A. Snyder, informs us that he
and Charle? l^ hman, M. Gunther an«! M. Gun
expense of construction.”
former and in favor of the latter. given: St. Joseph Gazette, St. Louis
has dried about 30,000 pounds of
ther sm guardian ot said Charles Lehman were
The leading features of the design
defendants, in which it was ordered, adjudge«!
Regarding Siberia, it is certain prunes this season. He dried 13,650
This led to strikes and attempts to Times-Journal, Kansas City Times,
and decreed by raid court that sai«l plaintiff Jo
which estimate was made were
seph Huston recover of and from said defendant
divide other men’s property by con Denver Tribune, Chicago Morning that that country has vast mining pounds for C. A. Burdick, of Port as follows: A steel suspension bridge
Charles Lehman the sum of Two Hundred One
and 45-lOüths($201.45) dollars U. 8. gold coin, with
fiscation where they could not obtain Neics, now the Record. His connec and agricultural possibilities, which land, who owns the orchard set out having a clear span of 3,200 feet be
interest thereon from the 16th day of October,
1*95, at the rate of ten per cent per annum, the
it by more peaceful methods. Thanks tion with the last paper extended only need transportation facilities to by A. P. Macy. He has a large tween the towers and carying six
ruin of MO attorneys feas and the costs and dis
develop them. In the manufacture amount of dried prunes of his own. railroad tracks placed side by side.
bursements taxed at $11.00, and ordering the sale
to the strong arm of the general from 1883 until his death.
The floor of the bridge to be pro
of the following described real property, to-wit:
Situate in Yamhill county, .State of Oregon, to
government, when the political agi Mr. Field's last contribution to his of implements and plant for agricul He has 4000 pounds at McMinnville. vided with a stiffening truss, which
wit: Forty acres off of the cast end or portion of
tators had got it into this form it department was a characteristic de- ture and mining, the United States
shall be hinged at the center and be
the homestead claim of G. W. Hardwick in town
ship two (2) south, range three (3) west of the
120 feet in depth. The bridge to be
was quickly suppressed, and it’s to fense of Bill Nye and a refusal to are particularly successful. Such a
Willamette meridian, and in Section Twenty (20)
carried on 16 cables, arranged 8 on
of said township mid range in said county, suia
accept the imputations as to the
forty acres being the same premises conveyed to
each side; each cable to consist of 6,-
said Charles Lehman by G. W. Hardwick and M.
rights of this government to protect cause of the recent assault upon the our own territory, would undoubtedly horses Monday. The hired man, 000 parallel steel wires wrapped to
E. Hardwick on the 15th day of May, I8tw, by
deed recorded at pages 583 and 56i ot book * Y’
American citizens in their rights of humorist at Paterson, N. J.
gether and having a breaking
of the records of deeds of said Yamhill county, I
China, to the south, must ultimately when called for dinner started to un strength of 28,440 tons: the diameter
life and property is forever settled.
Now. therefore, by virtue of said execution,
When the financial depression Mr. Field has found time to perform establish a railroad system; and, hitch and when only one trace re inclusive of wrapping, being 21#
decree and order of sale, and in accordance with
the commands thereof, I will, on Saturday, the
it first affected our banks and much extra labor in the literary when she does, it will merely be a mained hitched the team became
:»th (lay of November, A. D. 1895, at the hour of
The strength of the bridge to be
oue o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court house
business interests, and as our banks field, and has established a reputa
calculated for a rolling load of 13.77
door in the City of McMinnville, in Yamhill
county, Oregon, sell at public auction to the
were compelled by the conditions ex tion as a powerful and clever writer the Siberian road to the north and man got hold of the lines but was tons per linear foot, and wind pres
highest bidder for cash in hand, the above de
scribed real property to satisfy »»id execution,
isting to hoard their resources to of stories and verse. His last poem the Indian roads to the south. With unable to stop them, they ran into sure per linear foot of 1.12 tons.
coati and accruing costs.
a factor of safety of three,
Dated this the 30th «lay of October, A. D 1895.
meet their obligations, this caused of pretension was Dream Ships, ' an Alaskan road built, every such an old fence, and some way one of the With
to be strained to 30 tons
W. G. HENDERSON,
all business men to do likewise to written for and printed in the Octo extension in Asia will lay a new the horses fell and broke its back. per square inch. For the stiffening
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Oregon.
meet any emergency, and from the ber number of Ladies' Home Journal.
truss a working stress of 7.5 tons to
So far as we can learn no one is the inch to be allowed.
He was especially adept in the poems
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE.
The estimated cost is set down at
chants, through them the retail mer and stories of child life, the best of York or New Orleans to Canton, blamed for the accident.
chants, and on down to the produ which, perhaps, is his “Little Boy
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-
From an engineering standpoint it
without breaking bulk.
iron for Yainlull County.
Prof. N. N. Riddell, a well known is not the total length of a bridge
The Mutual Benefit Lite Iir-ur-
A railroad to and through Alaska
that determines its magnitude, but
have gone through the crucible. If which runs as follows
mice Company, (a corpora
lecturer on phrenology and kindred the length of the individual spang.
tion ) Flaintitl'
The little toy dog is covered with dust,
subjects, has been entertaining our The cost and constructive difficulties
Offers a choice list, embracing some of the finest
But sturdy and 3tanch he stands
ies, it is true; but probably no greater people this week.
Thomas \V Perry, Orianna I |
right and proper for every man of i And
the little toy soldier is red with rust
of bridge building increase at a
Petry,S. L. Parrett and Wm ,
And his musket molds in his hands.
than the eleven thousand foot pass
every class to not only hoard bis
rapidly increasing ratio as the span
Parrett, partners doing bust- [
Time was when the little toy dog was new
And the soldier was passing fair
ness under the firm name and
on the Rio Grande Railroad, or the
lengthened. The Tay bridge in
wealth but to husband his resources
And that was the time when our Little Loy
style of Parrett <v Co., Me- |
famous pass through the Andes of Spencer, Clark & Co., of Portland, Scotland is twice the length of the
to the end that he can meet any
Minnsille National Bank, (a |
Kissed them and put them there
was in town Saturday and Sunday. Forth bridge to the south of it; but
corporation) mid Commer
and every emergency without de
Now, don’t you go till I come,” he sail.
cial National Bank of Port
here he purchased of our prune the design and erection of its two
And don't you make any noise'
pending or relying upon the gener
land, Oregon, (a corporation ) I
So. toddling off to the trundle bed.
meu their entire crop of French miles of short girders did not call for
osity of others to extend time and
He dreamt of the pretty toys,
a scheme, if completed, would make prunes, about 30 tons in all, paying the exercise of one-fifth part of the
By virtue of an execution, judgment or-
_________ __ ___________ ®
Aud, as he was dreaming, an angel song
der mid decree and order of sale out of and ,
procrastination until every resource
the circuit of the globe a matter of therefor from 2} to 41 for them ac skill and courage required in throw
Awakened otir Little Boy Blue—
under the seal of the Circuit Court of the
Ob' the years are many, the years are long,
ing the huge spans of the Forth
ehickeu park, good well; good locitiou. Price is exhausted, then these times will
not more than one month’s traveling. cording to grade. The average will bridge across the mile of deep water
But the little toy friends are true.
State of Oregon for the County of Yam
No 1 7% acres in Fairlawn add to McMinn • 900.
hill, to me duly directed, dated the 30th ville; good house and barn; living water; set in 1
have proved a blessing to all who
Allowing five days from New York probably not be far from 3} for the at the Firth of Forth. In a like in
Ave. faithful to Little Boy Blue they stand.
day ot October, A- D. 1305, upon a judg fruit and berries; good for garden. $1200—terms 1
Each in the same old place—
No. 37 SO acres unimproved, 7 miles wesf z>f
to the coast, six days to Bering whole lot. This will tend to ease up creasing ratio will the difficulties
ment and decree rendered and enterad in i easy.
Awaiting the touch of a little hand,
North Yamhill; good spring. 14 acres cleared. 1-» survive them. As our banks and
mile to school, snort distance to postoflice. Price business men were the first to suffer,
The smile of a little face;
said court on the 1 Uh day of October, A
fourteen days from Bering on the financial strain to the tune of multiply in stretching this mammoth
2. 120 acres, 13 miles west ot McMinnville; 3250 cash, or S3M, 150 down, balance 18 mouths
And they wonder, as waiting the long years
D. 1805, in favorof The Mutual Benefit Life 20 No.
across the Hudson River.
acres in cultivation; good house and barn;
they will be the first to adapt them
Insurance Company, (a corporation) plenty of living water 1% miles to school; good ; at 8 per cent.
London, and six days from more than $2,000, and will be a heap structure
In the dust of that little chair,
wonders of the world,
plaintiff, ana against the defendants Thom stock farm; 1% acres in iruit. Price $7.50 per
What has become of our Little Boy Blue,
No. 38. 60 acres at Scholls, in Washington Co.; selves to the changed conditions, and
London to New York, it would only of help in greasing the wheels of that appealed so strongly to the an
as W Perry and Orianna 1. Perry for the acre. Will trade for small tract hear McMinn- 14 miles from Portland. 15 acres In cultivation,
Since be kissed them and put them there
balance In pasture, good 7-room house. barn and they already feel the approach of
consume thirty-one days of twenty- local trade.
cients, will be completely overshad
sum of $5185.10, with interest thereon at I ville.
other out buildings, all fenced and divided iu
Field’s printed books number a
the rate of eight per cent per annum from
owed on every point of comparison
No. 3. 2 acres in Cozine’s 3d add to McMinn four field«, blacksmith shop on place, good busi returning prosperity, which it is
the 14th day of October, 1895, and tne fur ville; good house and other out houses; % in ness point. 1-4 mile to P. O. and store, % mile to
half dozen. He had also made him
Frank Storey very innocently by this crowning feat of the nine
ther sum of $400.00 attorneys fees, and the fruit. Price $1800, half down, balance on time.
school, grist and sawmill close by. young orchard
self famous to the public as a reader
further sum of $20.85 costs and disburse
and good waler. Price $300»,
ca6h, balance to classes.
flight of his imagination, M. Jules created a little scare Monday night.
No. 7. 40 acres 4 miles northwest of McMinn suit purchaser at S per cent.
ments. and also the costs of and upon said
If mere bulk or mass be taken as
writ, and ordering the sale of the herein ber. Price 8750: part cash, balance on time.
Among other changes, you find
Verne suggested might be done in
standard of comparison, it will be
No. 39. 2 lots with good house and barn, in
ing at different times appeared joint
after described real property, I did on the
mences a job he works day and bigger and heavier than the greatest
30th day of October. A. D. 1895, duly levy
No. 8. One lot on Fourth street, McMinnville. or two years’ time.
upon all the right, title and interest which Price $500. Center of town.
stores buying and selling goods ly with Edgar William Nye and
Thus it is that in the arts and night, almost, till it is done. So of the works of the ancients; and in
the said defendants or either of them had
scientific ¿nowledge involved in
No. 40 130 acres. 105 in cultivation, good im strictly for cash; also the so-called James Whitcomb Riley.
sciences the marvels of yesterday when the school board secured him the
on the first day of May, 1890. or have since
provements, water supplied by windmill, good
construction, it will embody
bad. as in said decree adjudged, in and to water: 3 acres in bearing trees; good house and seven-room house, good barn, all under fence, ‘’racket” stores, buying goods when
become the commonplaces of to-day!
truths in chemistry, mathematics,
the following described real property, to- burn; % mile to school. Price $12.50; payments one-fourth mile from Carlton. Price $45 per acre.
Have been ottered 860 per acre
ever they can get cheap goods,
and mechanics that would bewilder
though uncultivated voice, and his
hunger drove him home. Some time the Egyptian builders of the Pyra
Situate in the county of Yamliill, State
No. 22. 16n acres with good house and barn;
of Oregon, to-wit ■ The west half ot the
characteristics were largely Bohemi A. G. Bartley of Magic, Pa., writes: I after 6 p. m. a number of citizens mids even more than its vast stretch
and barn, good windmill on the place, % mile
southeast quarter and the cast half of the I all fenced; 30 acres in cultivation; good springs ftom Carlton. Price S47 per acre.
other sources. Cheapness with them
feel it a duty of mine to inform you and
house: one mile to school; 4 miles west of
of steel cables and interlacing gird
southwest quarter of section eight (8) above
McMinnville. Price $1800; inquire for terms.
You an. He had that bouyant wit and the public that De Witt’s Witch Hazel saw what they took to be a fire on ers.
township two (2) south, range four (»;
No 42. 107% acres, 2% miles from Amity. 75 is their only recommendation.
west of the Willamette meridian, contain
No. 23. 46 acres 3 miles north of McMinnville; acres in cultivation, warehouse on farm, fine have also agencies established repre
Salve cured me of a very bad case of
The two masses of masonry that
ing one hundred and sixty acres more or all in cultivation; good improvements; fruit of white fir timber good tor paper pulp, on main
marked in Richard Brinsley Sheri eczema. It also cured my boy of a run up there only to find that it was will have to be built on shore to re
less Also lots one(1), two (2>. three (3)
dan, and that same lack of financial ning sore on his leg. Kogers Bros.
Frank busy at work by the light of a sist the enormous pull of the 16
and four (4)ot section seventeen (17 1, con i ther particulars on application.
No. 43. 236 acres on the Big Nestuck river in neither rent buildings, employ clerks
tabling seventy-eight and 78-100ths (,3.78
cables will, in their united weight
sense which has characterized that
No. 31. 40 acres 8 miles from McMinnville: Tillamook county, 3b acres plow land, most all
acres more or lass
Also the south hall ot 150 acres in cultivation; good house and barn; level, good fencing, watered by springs. 140 acres nor pay taxes, butsell goods by sam
and bulk, rival the great Pyramid of
the donation land claim of Robert Perry | fruit in abundance; living water 1% miles from
A Remedy tor Diphtheria,
and Martha Perry, Notification 1803, claim school house; excellent stock farm. Price $4000. hay put up on place, fine stock farm. Price 83500, ple at the least possible expense. All was open-handed and even improvi
No. 40. in section seventeen (17). contain
The four steel towers that carry
No. 32. 3 unimproved lots in McMinnville; good
ing one hundred and sixty acres more or
No. 44. Two lots in Saylor’s add. Good loca aad by dividing the business among dent, and consequently was often
cables will each in all probability,
less Also a part of the north half of the
tion. Price $125. Worth double this amount.
imposed upon by his followers. On ing from a Philadelphia lady, which severe fall the other day. She was overtop the lofty Washington Mon
No. 33 Good house and 2 lots in Oak Park.
donation land claim of said Robert and
No. 45. 80 acres % mile from Whiteson; bouse
Martha l’erry. Notification 1903, claim No. Price 1,000. Payments easy.
one occasion Judge Melvin Gray of may be worthy of trial: "Reading of standing upon a sewing machine ument; and will be exceeded in
and barn; good spring water; lOacres in cultiva »of your home merchants and thereby
40, described as follows : Beginning at a
No. 31. One acre on College side, all cleared tion ; balance in good wood timber. Price $900,
St. Louis, who was executor of the the ravages which diphtheria is fixing a curtain, when the machine height only by one structure, the
point on the north boundary ot said D. L. and fenced. Price 250.
check the growth of your town and
Eiffel Tower in Paris. Ethically, if
Field estate, paid $1900_ which the making in your city, I am moved to tipped over throwing her against a we may so speak, they will stand
U. thirty <30; chains east of’the northeast
send for publication in your paper a chair with considerable force. She
No. 46. Grain warehouse for sale, or will trade section. The moment you check or
No. 36. 2 lots with good house and barn, and
corner thereof; thence east on said boun
then struggling reporter had ex
than the last named; inasmuch
dary line fifty (fit) 1 chains to the northeast
jdestroj’ the prosperity of one you pended in orders given to his friends prescription which has been pub is confined to her bed from the effects loftier
as the Eiffel Tower is merely a spec
corner thereof; theme south twenty 2u>
lished and is known to have been
affect the prosperity of many, Es- upon local merchants for suits of successful iu instances where the of the accident.
chains; tlience west fifty (fti>) chains;
tacular “freak.’’ whereas the four
thence north twenty (20, chains to th,
pecially is this true when goods are clothes and other like commodities. sufferer has been given up as incur The saw-mill of Brown Bros. & great towers of this bridge will reach
place of beginning containing one hun
mure or less, all foregoing being
ordered by express or mail; it all
Berry was consumed by fire last Sat their full stature as part of a great
n-nship two (21
south, range tour (4 4
Acts at once, never fails, One Minute
‘’Take a spoonful each of turpentine urday morning. According to re- mechanical structure erected for a
west of the Willamette meridian.
useful mechanical purpose.
and liquid tar; put them in a tin pan
the following : Commencing at the south
rent, or hire help or pay taxes, or to Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and or cup and set fire to the mixture, ports the fire was first noticed by
When loaded to its full working
that feverish condition which accom
west corner of donation land claim ot Jo
I buy eggs, butter or other produce
seph Robertson and wife. Notification
panies a severe cold. The only harmless taking care to have a larger pan un Mrs. Jones at about 4 o'clock in the capacity, the bridge can carry in
1518, claim No. 85; thence north live .j:
writh. It is claimed perhaps by remedy that produces immediate results. der it as a safeguard against the morning, who gave the alarm, By midair, at a height of 150 feet above
degrees east twenty-six and one-half (26’., .
spread of the flames. A dense resin the time the crowd reached the the river, 17 heavily loaded freight
those who send abroad that they get Rogers Bros.
chains; thence east forty (40) chains ami
trains, which, if strung out in line,
ous smoke arises, making the room
twenty-two (22 1 links : thence south twen
cheaper goods. If so, your home
ty-six and one-half
dark. The patient im media tel y ex scene, the mill was a mass of flames, would be two miles in length. This
Queen Victoria is said to have the
west forty 40 chains and nine (9; links
relief, the choking and and all efforts to save it were un would represents total load of 26,000
to point ot beginning, ,. containing ----
cheap goods you want on the same happiness of being a tax payer on periences
the patient falls into a availing. The mill it is estimated tons. Moreover, it could carry this
acres more or less. A'_:
Above mentioned land |
terms as you get abroad. Remem
claim being in township two ;2 and
over a million dollars worth of prop slumber, and seems to inhale the was worth $5000 which is we under load with a large margin of safety in
 south range four [4. west of tiie Wil
with pleasure. The fibrinus stand a total loss to the proprietors, a tempest of wind that would en
year’s time; you don't pay in butter erty in the United States. King smoke
lamette meridian, and the trait herein de
the short route
soon becomes detached there being no insurance. The pro danger the stability of many of the
scribed being in section three  town three
and eggs; you don't buy of your Leopold, of Belgium, is also "one of and the patient
adjacent buildings in New York City.
coughs up microbes
 south range four |4j west of the Wil-
TO ALL POINTS IN
us" when the tax collector comes which, when caught in a glass, may prietors were hard working men and
It is fortunate, judged from the
laiuette meridian, aU above described
you do of those abroad. Why should
premises containing 665.03 acres more or
aesthetic point of view, that the
you expect more favorable terms at
Washington. Idaho. Montana, Dakota,
, great structure is to be built on the
Now therefore, by virtue of said execu
home when you show by your ac It’s just as easy to try One Minute the course of three days the patient but there are rumors that it was the suspension principle iustead of the
entirely recovers. Before using the work of an incendiary.
tion. judgment order and decree and order
Cough Cure as anything else. It’s easier ingredients named it is well to remove
cantilever, as was at one time pro
of sale, and in pUEeiian eof the commands
efforts as they do make? You feel to cure a severe cough or cold with it. or
of said writ, 1 will, on Saturday, the 30ih Through Tickets On Sala J CHICAGO
posed. Apart from the much greater
D own in California they talk in weight and cost of a cantilever
• like abusing them if they decline to
day of November, A. D. 1885, at the hour
of one o'clock p. ni. of said day, at the To and From
give credit or refuse to buy butter, Let your next purchase for a cough be the room that will be injured by the the following sensible manner about bridge, there is by comparison every
k court house door in the city ot McMinn-
eggs and other produce. Does any One Minute Cough Cure. Better medi thick smoke.
ville. Yamhill county. Oregon, sell subject
thing to be said in favor of the light
And All Points in the United States, Canada and Europe.
"If you will spread knowledge of roads:
one suppose that any merchant in cine ; better results; better try it. Kogers
to redemption, at public auction to the
and graceful appearance of the sus
highest bidder for cash in hand, all of the
McMinnville will refuse butter, eggs, Bros.
be saved. It is always necessary don’t go far towards filling chuck pended bridge.
right, title and interest which the above
The GREAT NORTHERN RY. is a new transcontinental line. Runs Bu ff potatoes, apples -or anything else
The lofty and tapering steel
named defendants or either of them had on et-Librarv-Observation cars, palace sleeping and dining cars, family tourist slee ■>
after diphtheria to avoid any exertion holes. The time for rock and gravel
the first day of May, It®), or have since ers and first and second-class coaches. Having a rock ballast track, the GREA’i' produced, if he had or knew of any
towers, w ith the cables raising in a
market where he could dispose of Oregon supreme bench says there is
had in or to the above described real prop
long sweeping curve to meet them
erty, to satisfy said execution, judgment NORTHERN RY. is free from dust, one of the chief annoyances of transcontinen them without loss to himself ?
The no foundation whatever for the state l>een restored. Many people do not of solid material in the construction 500 feet in midair,
r, will form a picture
tal travel. Round trip tickets with stop-over privileges and choice of return routes. proposition is absurd.
order and decree, interest and costs.
Every one ment that he will be a candidate for
For further information call upon or write
at once majestic and beautiful.— Sei-
Dated at McMinnville, Oregon. October
would gladly do it. More anon.
W. G HENDERSON,
A. H. PAPE, Agent, McMinnville, Oregon.
Miss S. H. G reene .
pressed taxpayers’ substance.
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Oregon.
Or C. C. DONAVAN, General Agent, 122 Third St.. Portland, Ore.
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