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of the World
AHRArtato atsat wtwtawn &
An Album of
of the Wonders
of the Universe.
012 Pages. IO'. x I2'.. Inches. Weight 61.. lbs.
The World’s Storehouse has given^up its choicest historic
Treasures for this Book.
From the Subjects at l.arge We Name a Few:
Naw Y oke C itv : Bait Bivar Docks, New North River Bridge, Vanderbilt Residences. B oston :
Commonwealth Avenue, Boston Common, Faneiiil Hall. S cenes in rH£ R ockies ano Y bllow -
stone P kkk
C aj ifornia
Mirror Lake, Summit Rock. Big 'lrees, \osemite Valley. Lick Observa-
"ry" Stanford University, Chinatown, etc
M exico : Cathedrals, Bull Fighters etc. S outh
Statues, Cathedrals and Cemeteries. H awaii : Palaces, Groves, etc. I ndla . Great
Buddha Tai Mahal, Temple of 500 Gods, Golden Fagoila, lemples, Mausoleums, Ruins. I he H o . v
L and Baalbec, Damascus, Street ‘Straight," Jatia, Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Jerusalem, Holo
mon's Temple. Bethlehem, River Jordan. Dead Sea etc. AFRICA: Esgrptten Scenes, Temple«,
Pyramids Ancient Cemeteries, S fa IN Gibraltar, Seville, Mosque ot Cordova, Alhambra, Court ot
Lion. I taly
Nahles and Mt. Vesuvius, Interior of San Martino, most richly decorated church in
the world, Pompeii,Tantbeon. Forum. Coliseum. Statuary, Paintings, Tombs, Cathedrals etc., etc.,
Beenes In Venlt^ St. Mark's Church. Bridge of Sighs. Giant s Sta rcasc. Leaning Tower, Columbus’
Monument at Genoa, etc. P aris
Notre Dame, Trocadero, Eltlel Tower, The Madelaine. Hotel de
Ville Grand Opera House. Arch of Triumph, liiuvre Gallery. Paintings, Statuary, Tomb«, Palaces,
Interiors, etc. B elgic . m , H olland , S witzerland aud all their Treasures. G ermany : National
Museum Statue ot Frederick the Great, Royal Palace. Interior Royal Mausoleum; Dresden Gallery,
Sistine Madonna, Cologne Cathedral, The Passion Play, Vienna, St. Stephen s Church. P anorama
of C onstantinople : Mosques, Tombs, etc.
R ussia : Moscow, St. Petersburg, Royal Museum, St.
Isaac s Cathedral, Royal Palace. GREAT B ritain shakesware s Theatre and House, Keswick,
Warwick Castle. Durham cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Ht. Paul a. Westminster, House of Parlia
ment Towers of London, Liverpool Docks. S cotland
Ellens Isle, Stirling < astle, John Knox
House, Edinburgh, Holyrood Castle, Sackvllle Street, Dublin, etc., etc.
J. H. Nelson, dentist.
Take your prescriptions to Hill’s to
have them filled.
8. Potter of Sheridan w as in the city
Lynds Jones is attending business col
lege in Portland.
Frank M. Olds of this city expects to
to join the throng in Alaska next month.
Call and try A. D. Hoskins on boot,
shoe and harness repair work. One
door south of „Transcript office, lie is
here to stay with us.
Mrs. Granville Baker has been quite
ill the past week, but is reported as rapid
Revival services are being held in the
Evangelical church at Lafayette, con
ducted by Revs. Bowersox, Metzger and
Rev. J. J. Edwards from California has
been called to the pastorate of the Cliris-
tian church at Salem, formerly held by
Rev. H. A. Denton.
N. E. Kegg offers his residence prop
erty in thia city for sale. One of tlie best
locations; property will pay 10 per cent,
in rentals. See him for price.
N. E. K egg .
It iiMid that E l Tyler of this city w ill
have an interest in one of the ships to
ply between Portland and Alaska.
O. O. Hodson and F. IV. Fenton left
the last of the week for a visit of about a
month at various points in California.
Frank Abram Powell's themes next
Lord’s day will be “Resolutions” at 11
a. m., and “The Children of Light” at
7:30 p. iu.
While showing some plants to friends
Mrs. Harry Watkins accidentally stepped
from a high porch at her home, and in
the fall dislocated a bone in her arm.
Joe Todd is trying to settle the problem
in his mind whether it would be better
to move to Tillamook and engage in busi
ness or try his fortune in the southern
Oregon gold fields. Meantime he will
shoot ducks along the Tillamook sloughs.
Dr. C. C. Strong of Portland and Dr.
Calbreath of this city performed an oper
ation on the six-year-old son of W. A.
Howe at Carlton Sunday afternoon, for
stone in the bladder. The boy had been
sick several months, and until recently
the doctors had been unable to locate the
cause of his illness. It is believed the
operation will prove successful in restor I
ing the lad to his former health.
In order to reduce to the minimum and
obtain the best talent on commencement
day at Eugene, quite a test, has been ex
acted. The student must have attended
the institution at least two years, must
follow the oration course two years, must
take the elocution course two years above
the freshman, and have an average
scholarship of above 80 [>ercent. Orations
are examined by three judges outside of
the university, and the fifteen highest
are reported to the faculty. Then these
fifteen orators speak their pieces before a
committee of five of the faculty, and the
six chosen as highest will be the com
mencement day orators. After this fine
point is reached, the orators are turned
over to the tender mercies of Prof. Glen
for training until commencement day.
simiuiiii. ; I'cFood and Regula
ting the Staiiuuhs and Bowels ok*
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opiuni.Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
daa/e of Old UXWV£L£lKi7Eil
slrute ¿sad »
dh iMionsUc Sodas •
flam Scad -
ftcvthai Sugar .
a THAT THE
IS ON THE
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
H. B. Reed, the fence man, returned
Thursday of last week from a visit of
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
three weeks with relatives in Richmond,
Tac Simile Signature of
Charles Miller, who ran a brief career
It is the only book ever executed in Photographic Colors at as a druggist in this place, has bought
Oastoria la put up la oue-sko bottles only. 71
out J. C. Clark of Forest Grove and is
is not Eoll in bulk. Don't, allow anyone to cell
I you anything else on the plea or promise that i",
A liberal education in World’» History acquired while being entertained. A trip around the world again in the business.
in an hour The delights of travel without its discomforts ; its benefit without its
is “just as good” and "will answer evory pur
The book is^pHnted on the very finest grades of super sized and super calendered and heavy enam
pose." «S’ See that you £et C-A-S-T-0-R-I-i.
Union block, has already achieved a rep
eled book paper, made especially for this book, and bound in the richest bindings
utation arnong the ladies its a skillful and
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
up-to-date artist in that line. Give her
Silk Cloth. Side and Back, Stamped in Gold...............................
While in town last Saturday, James
The Reporter one year and a copy of this Artistic work Agee of Muddy valley was taken quite
severely ill, and was taken to the home of
Newt. Baker, where he has since been
kept bedfast mo9t of the time.
W. L. Warren received word from The
Dalles last week that his son Ed was
sick with typhoid fever. Tom Warren
Save Doctor’s Bills.
left Saturday to be present at the bed
Promote Happiness and Comfort.
side of the sick man, and has written
Contagious B’ood Poison has been ap
that recovery seems certain. Tom will propriately called the curse of mankind.
It is the one disease that physicians can
probably return home this week.
not cure; their mercurial aud potash
Why suffer with coughs, colds and la- remedies only bottle up the poison in
grippe when Laxative Bromo (Quinine the system, to surely break forth in a
will cure you in one day. Does not pro more virulent form, resulting in a total
wreck of the system.
duce the ringing in the head like sul
Mr. Frank B. Martin, a prominent
phate of quinine. Put up in tablets con jeweler at 926 Pensylvania Ave., Wash
venient for taking. Guaranteed to cure
I was for a long For More Than Fifty-Six Years it lias Never Failed in its
or money refunded. Price 25 cents. Fo
Weekly Visits to the Homes of Farmers and
sale by Rogers Bros.
ruent of two of
the best physi
We regret to. learn that Mr. Bradley,
Villagers Throughout the United States.
cians of this city,
Co/orod ¡Plates of 64 97/adicinat the photographer, contemplates moving
for a severe case
away from the city in a few weeks. The
of blood poison, IT HAS faithfully labored for their prosperity and happi
death of his father places responsibilities
but my condition
ness, for the improvement of their business and
grew worse all
SKELETON, MAI) DUO,
on his hands that make the change
home interests, for education, for the elevation of
necessary. Mr. Bradley is endowed with
capabilities in his profession, and is
American manhood and true womanhood.
fact that they
PHRENOLOGICAL CHART skilled and progressive in its pursuit.
Z charged me three IT HAS told at the fireside, interesting and instructive sto
'll' jf, ' hundred dollars.
Prof. Holbrook was in Eugene last
ries of the doings of the world, the nation and states.
My mouth was
his filled with eating sores; my tongue was
Lithograph Manikins of the Body and of the Head, in layers entertainment the breaking of the 450
almost eaten away, so that for three IT HAS advised the farmer as to the most approved methods
to dissect showing all organs in their
pound rock. The rock could not l>p months I was unable to taste any solid
of cultivating and harvesting his crops, and the
proper positions and colors.
broken with an ordinary sledgehammer, food. My hair was coming out rapidly,
proper time to convert them into the largest possible
and the feat was abandoned, although, various treatments, and was nearly dis
amount of money.
Size 6 1-4 x 91-4 inches.
it is said, the failure to break the rock couraged, when a friend recommended
led in all matters pertaining to the welfare of farm
did not lessen the interest taken in the
Weight, 5 1-4 lbs. Thickness 33-4 inches.
began to get better, and when I had
and villagers, and for over half a century has
finished eighteen bottles, I was cured
Nineteen pages of Alphabetical Index. An Index of Symptoms, so you can tell
their confidence and esteem.
souud and well, my skin was without a
what ails yon. Complete list of Medicines, telling what each is good for,
held at the Cumlierland Presbyterian blemish, and I have had no return of
and how much of each to take for u dose. The Prescriptions are
ull written in Plain English, so you can copy them aud
church Sunday afternoon, brought out the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life It is the New York Weekly Tribune, and we furnish it with The
get them tilled without going to a doctor. It
about 85 stalwart citizens. Evangelist of misery." S.S.S. (guaranteed purely
vegetable"} will cure any case of blood
eaves its cost in one case of l.a Grippe.
Aleridge gave a very wholesome and poison. Books on thedisease
1 YEAR for $1.25.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Address all orders to
beneficial talk, which contained nothing and its treat
that would shock the finest sensibilities. ment. mailed
The music was thought by some lietter free by ilwift
Jfonry W/. ^yman.
9// . W/ &
Write your name and address on a postal card send il to Geo. W. Best. Tribune Office, New
than when the ladies participate. Rev. Atlanta, Ga.
York City, aud a sample copy of The New York Weekly Tribune w ill bo mailed to you.
Prof, of Pliyniology and Nervous lhseasos in Kush Medical College, Chicago. King presided with efficiency at the
Cdn'iti.K yonyor, Ji. 9//. , 77/. '2).
The play of “The Deacon,” presented
LOCAL DIRECTORY EAST AND SOUTH
Surgeon in Chief, Emergency and Herman Hospitals, Chicago.
by the Vesperian dramatic company last
W. ZT S3,ifi,td. J(. 97/. 97/ 0.
Friday evening, was considered a success,
B aptist —Services Sundav 11 a. m. and
Secretary Chicago Polyclinic and Surgeon Proctor Memorial Free Hospital, both in skillful performance of parts and
7:30 p. in ; Sunday sellout 9 :&0 a 111.; the
young people's society 6:15 p m
in the amount of receipts, $34, which goes
meeting Tnursdav 7 30 p tn. __ Covenant
Jf. Wot,tor yon,,. Ji 97/ . 97/ 0.
to the benefit of Friendship Rebekah
meeting first Thursday eiening before the
Specialist in Obstetrics and IliseaBes of Women and Children, London, Eng lodge No. 12. The participants in the
Successor of the uUnabridged."
first Sunday of each month
The One Great Standard Authority,
It. JV. K ing , Pastor.
play were Will Holman, A. B. Apperson.
So writes lion. 1». J. Brewer,
The book contains a Inuit 200 pages on iiiseases of Women and Children.
.lUBtlee 1 . S. Supreme Court.
M ithohist E piscopal —Services every
Tbit department is illustrated in a suppplemental pamphlet of 32 pages, placed in
Sabbath 11:<J0 a. tu and 7 :30 p. in. Sunday
Henderson, G. Eberle. Misses Clara Ir
a pocket made inside the cover of the book.
* of the I . S. Gov’t Trinting
school 9 30 a tu. Player meeting 7:00 p
Express Trains Leave Portland Daily
tn. Thursday. D. T. S ummerville , Pastor.
vine, Alta Booth, Satie Snyder, Jennie
, Court, all the State Su
Snyder, Mrs. J. W. Hobbs and Neta
1 ly all the Schoolbooks.
bath 11:00 a iu and 7:30 p. in. Sunday Portland............6:00 P M | San Francisco.. 7:45 A M
.............. 9:30A M
school9:30a. m. Y. P. C. E., Sunda.v6:3b
Silk Cloth, Gold and Plain Stamping, Marbled Edge»
p. tu. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Above trains stop at all stations between Port
The first inter collegiate debating con
E E. T hompsoh , Pastor.
land and Salem. Turner, Marion. Jefferson.
J *’» Schools, College lTesi
' «Irnt« .in.lothrt F tucut« r#
The Reporter one year and a copy of this magnificent test in Oregon was held at Willamette
Services in the Christian church : Preach- Albany. Tangent, Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg.
> aluit st w itbvut iiumber
City. Eugene. Cottage Grove, Drain,
ingevery Lord s day at 11 a ni. and 7:30
work for S3.15.
Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. Oakland and all stations from Roseburg to Ash
testants being M. L. Applegate. D. V.
the household, and to
tn. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer
the teacher, scholar, pro
Hoaebtirg Tlall Dally.
Kuykendall and L. H. Whittlesey,
tessioual man. and self
meeting Thursday, 7 :3Op tn.
MOT» F. FOR PI BI.K'ATIOM.
champions of the university at Eugene,
owell , Pastor.
Portland........... 8:30 A M | Roseburg
5 20 P M
THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE.
and G. Hibbard, Miss M. F. Beatty anil
It is easy to find the word wanted
It is easy to ascertain the pronunciation.
Land office at Oregon City, Oregon
Bert E. Haney, who argued for Wiliam
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
It is easy to trace the grow th of a word.
Ian, 4th, 189?»
S t . J ames C atholic —First st., between
It is easy to learn what a word means.
PULl.WRN * BUFFET
Notice ii* hereby given that the following- ette. The question discussed was, "Re
O and II. Sunday school 2:30 p. ni.
named settlers have filed notice of their inten
The Chicago Time»-Herald sayat—
pers 7 30. Services once a month.
tion to make final proof in support of their solved. That labor organizations are an
Wetater’s International Dlcttonarv in its present
form is absolute authority on everything pertaining
claims and that said proofs will be made before economic benefit.” Judge Burnett and
T. B riody , Pastor.
to our ianaiiage in th<» way of orthography, ortho- 1
the Register and Receiver at Oregon City. Ore-
W. C T. U.—Meets on every Fri- SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS,
epy.etyinoioev, and definition From it there is no 1
i gon. on Feb 15th, 1^98. viz Harvey W Gllling- Judge Galloway were two of the judges
appeal. Ilians perfect a* human effort and scholar-,
| ham; H E 9795 for the northwest quarter of
ship can make it —Dae. H. lsuft.
I day at 2 30 p. m. in reading room. Kegg
of debate. The decision w as in favor of
Attached to all Through Train«.
V irginia W. G bover . Pte^
T rade M arks
12, T. 4 8, R. 6 W
GET THE REST.
West Side Division.
He names the following witnesses to prove Willamette.
K lva P. N eal , Sec.
|^*Speciinen pages sent on application to
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
C opyrights A c
PORTLAND a ND CORVALLIS
C. MERK I AM CO., Publishers, .
Anyone tending n sketch and dMCrtptlvn may
Springfield, .Wass.. P.S..4.
' ville, orc., William K Heckart, of Chase. Ore.,
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
quickly nncertain our opinion free whether an
K nowlis C haftb » No. 12, O. E. S -Meets al
Jasper Agee, ot McMinnville, Ore. and Chas up to Skagway, but did not leniam long.
invention ia probably patentable. Coromuntea
Masonic ball the 2d and 4th Monday evening 7 80 A M 1 Lv
tiuuaetrtctly confidential Handbookon Patent«
Jones, of Chase, Ore.
Ar 1 5 50 P pi
•ent free. Oldeet agenev for «ecurin« patent».
10.15 A M Lr
John I.. Bilger. H F. 9794 for the southwest His son is still theie and has w ritten him
MYRTA APPERSON. W M
Fateuta taken through Munn A lo. receive
Lv| 3 66 R /
quarter of He< . 12, T 4 8. R 6 \\
He names the a letter, which makes him the sickest
12:15 P M Ar
notkd, without unarpe, m the
R L. CONNER. Sec.
Ml FIFE OF APPOINTAIENT OF FA-
following witnesses to prove his continuous res
A O. V. W — Charity Lodge No. 7 meets first and
FIT TO I«!».
idence upon and culli\ a tion uf said land, vii: man in Corvallis. The letter save Skag
At Albany and Corvallis connect wE>,
third Fridays of each month. 7 30 p. m. Lodge
i \\ iiiiain K Heckart, of Chase, Ore , Harvey W
trains of Or. Central * Eastern Ry.
room in Vnlon block
] Gillingham, of McMinnville. Ore Jasper Agee, way is having a boom tar beyond any
A handeoraelv llluetrated weekly. MrtieM cir
W H FLETl HER M W
I ot McMinnville, Ore. and Chas Jone*. U Chase. thing that anybody has dreamed of. VOTIC E is hereby given that the undersigned
culation of any •ctentific knimal. Tertua,
J. D. BAKER. Recorder
year ; four month«, fl Kold by ail newsdealer».
\ i I. Ball ana Lilj Bail have been auli
William E Heckart. 11 E 9759 (or live north Cooks get ISO per month witjiin a few appointed by the county court of Yamhill
Yamhill Lodge No. 10 D. of H meets in Vuivn
I 56 P M I Lv
west uuarter of He*' 6, T 4 8 , R
W He names
a ¡¿A Gffic*. 8» V Bt., Wuhlngton, DC.
the tollowing witness«« to prove his continuous hours after arrival. Jim Crow carpenters estate of Wiu. Ball, deceased, late of said coun month.
8:80 P M I Ar Independence
resilience Bpoa and cultivation **f mu < land, are paid fifty cents an hour, with all ths I ly Nov. 'herefore, all persons having claims
CrsTkaPosT No 4—Meets the second and fourth
vii Harvey W Gillingham of McMinnville.
said deceased are notified Saturday ot each month in I nion hall at 10 SO
Direct connection at Han Franciaeo with Qrci-
Do you,know, that Elsia Wright carnet I Ore , John I, Bileer. of McMinnviitr pre., work they can Jo showered upon them, against
an»t required to present th epi with the proper a. m on second Saturday and at iOS) a. m. on I dental
and Oriental and Ba< ific Mail steamship
J Jasper Agee, of McMtunville. Ore . andCnncie}
voucher*, duly verified, wtliilo mi mepths from Uh Saturday
a full line of lubricating oils for machin- ‘ : Jones, of Chase, Ore
All members of the order are line* for JAPAN AND CHINA Sailing date« QP
while contractors iu« pojning money. i the
date of this notice to rhe undesigned ex cordially invited to attend our meetings
CHAS B MOORES, Register
ery ? Owners of valuable harvesting amt i
Tlie letter i »used the CorvaiM German ecutors at the ofike oi
E F. M assing Commander.
Rate« and ticket« to Fs«tem point« and Europe
McMinnville. Y amhill county state < f Oregon
B. F. CLCgtsa. Adjt.
other machinery cannot afford to exper >
Also JAPAN CHINA, HONOLCLC and AC8-
to exclaim "( walked de floor tiff lour > Paled at McMinnville, Oregon. January 51st
can be obtained from u. A. Wilcox,
E lvira A asxmbly N o . 18, L' sitkd A rtis » ns —
iment with poor oile. lie ctmee the heel
Three addition» were made to the mem- o'clock dis morning mitout schleep. J i •en«
Meet first and third Monday night* of each month Ticket Aftent. McMinnville
C H MARKHAM,
on the market and they are warranted berehip of (tie Cumberland Presbyterian hat' made a big mistake; I went at de JontuhxecuAors oi the Last Will and Testa at TBOp ia la Lnion block.
Gen. Freight andFasMOferAnnL
lent of ”aid deceased
W G. HENDERSON, M. A.
not to gum.
church on Sunday.
right time, but I came away too soon." I RHODES A HNODtfi, Atl'ya for the Ertat«.
J. W. BONES. SCC
R KOEHLKR, Manager.
SHOULD BE IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD I
The Shasta Route