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VOL. X. NO 44.
Publiihed Every Triiiy, <*t
M c M innville
or . gon
G. W.- SNYDER, Editor and Manager.
3ne copy per year, in advance................... 32.50
BUSINESS Jc PROFESSIONAL
STERLING R. A C . NO. 141
W ant your hair
Come to the
^/¿JZZATV V/L LE
Hot and Cold Water Baths always ready.
ABF». C. WYftiJH
Dr. G F. TUCKER,
<lay-> since. The Muimul was mundered.
M. >usj»ects loul pfey in donueclion with the
U i forluuate oecurieucet
. . «-»» pnahlpil
... tn «nil
,, ut ,
A ri<i a-e
well cut ,
•' Occasional’« ” Sheridan
reached us again only n tew h*»uH before pres«
time. Th;« explains it« non-«p|»eiira:;ic.
i James McPh ill ips lost a $3‘^ msre a
1 Charley Holsappln, ft brakemati oh the West
Wo take p’MlRiire in informing the fiuMie of Side road, had I hm fingers ciuehed to a jelly l»e-
this «N»uniy that we have now a complete
as tween two OHr bumjiers. on Tuesday last. He
is laid up at home in Portland.
sortment of our
THOROCGil M 1.4 31 COO,
I The Tillamook tfhouner, Kau L. Heron was
(lying Hl Aiuoria Ht fest accounts, waiting for fa
I voruble weather to cross out to sea.
And also at their Store in Sheridan.
Hnn. W. J. McConnell, r-’•North Yamhill>
I The rain and snow had all -he little creeks
‘chuck full on Monday, hue tj;e ” chuck ” ba«
|subsided and so have the Creeks.
- z M c M innville baths i i
med« u« a pfe«-aut call < n ’«kdfieaday.
’Snow use; it can’t reiu <h !e it*« raining In
attend-d to promptly and relialdVi Also, num
lifacturer and repairer of Boot« il-xl Shoe-'. AM
w«>rk done with n>• hiiichh ami di *p tth
quarters under Odd Fellows* Hall, McMinnville,
Leap year party on the tapii, «et for the 17th
! i« aut.
at law , conveyancer .
Peal Estate and Cotleciing A .’rUt. and No
Ail work I’ertainir g th thia line
. i »*■ iff«.»*«
Weather—moderate, moist, -nurky, muddy.
£900 Per Annui
and County.1 About ba B< u
Now b»'gin tn sprout Cbrisltnai tree«.
NTERLIXG F. EIARDIXU
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
ing (tompanions cordially welcomed.
il’TIIXWILLE OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1880.
The Nicaian literary society it the College,
sc* me to be a little out of j»unt—caused by
tim . officer«
n ..... .
mem tiers which led to the withdrawal ot the
M iss A hire Cook had ohG of her ankles se
•! Having bought our goods direct from fir«t-elass verely sprained, on Tues fay fest. The misfor
tune disable«! her so that she r-*u!d not walk
We keep nothing but
i for a day or so but proved of only temporary
Fho Palace Gallory,
If those who seem to be the most exercised
over Baud affairs had been advise«! of the real
fact« in the case, they might have seen the pro
priety of saving less and withholding some un
kind and discreditable miMtatements. A plain
aud liuthful statement ot the matter can und
I take pleasure in saying to the people of
Dvcember 6, 1880.
Yamhill county that my branch—the Palace
I E d . R eporter :—After a silence of several Gallery, is now located in McMinnville, oppo
mouths, we once more venture to take up the site the Grange store. I wish to make special
pencil, though perhaps at the eminent peril Oj. mention of the fact that Mr. Severance is still
being “ counted out” of good society (?) or in charge as operator. Hundreds of people in
will be made if desired, «nd a continuation Of worse still, perhape, of having our probosis Western Oregon already know him as a good
such »assertions as I have heard have been kn<»cked entirely off of our bead for presuming operutor and a pleasant and patient gentleman
made within a tew days will be taken as evi to write up little things that sometimes bap- toward his customers. All negatives will be
dence of tbe desire. Much as I regret to think |>ens within the precinct« of our model little sent th my gallery in Portland to ba finished in
the best manner, aud tbo work returned as
of such a proevtiure, I c«nn«>t be denied the town. But, regardless of being called the “Chiel aX>n as practicable. I feel grateful for the pat-
Counted out,” or
tirel rtahl a<MB»nUd lo all ma-lhsi oi defend of the Ku ILlux Klan,”
ronnge r*w»iverl from ths« «wmnty in the past,
ing myself. I step down and out from behind pounded to death'by Publican« and Sinuers and »hall do my utmost tn give al! sail «faction
who deal with me.
the editorial reg is to show that I relinquish uli
I. G. DAVIDSON,
advantages that may obtain by reuson of my a little light on everything that may occur of
Photographer, Cor. 1st aud Yamhill street«.
control of the R kportbr ’ s columns, and place interest from this time forth. So give ear and Portlaud, Or.
myself on an even tooting with «11 other«, so listen to what you may hear.
fur as thut is concerned. Anybody that wunts | Thanksgiving was observed by more of our ▲ Pino Thing for th« Teeth.
a hearing can freclv have it. If discussion
eitisens by leaning and drinking thau by fast-
Fragrant Sozodont is a composition of the
must ensue, let it rise from the inaid tons ditch««
of vicious gossip and come out in a fair und mg and pray ing. Not one of our numerous purest and choicest ingredient« of the Oriental
square, manly way. I
__ willing to take mv c linches had services of any kind whatever; the
vegetable kingdom. Every ingredient is well
chances iu such a discussion.
I Public School being the only institution that known to have n beneficial effect on the teeth
In all kindness.
and gums. It« mbalming or antiseptic prop
GEO. W. SNYDER.
’children brought in their baskets on thanksgiv erty and aromatic fragrance make it a toilet
Snziwlont removes all disagreeable
ing morning tilled with an abundance of every luxury
The Wages bf Qin.
•»dors from the breath caused by catarrh, bad
Last Monday morning Frank S. Pearce, late thing that is good to eat, and turned tbuin over breath, etc. It is entirely free from the inju
to u committee of young ladies whom the
employee on the West Side Railroad, indietei
rious and acrid properti.-s of tooth pastes and
taachers had appointed to tako charge of the powders which destroy the enamel.
for robbing his room mate at the Richmond
provision« and io arrange the tables. The lore tle lasts six months.
House, Portland, and to which charge he en
boon, until eleven o’clock, was devoted to the
tered a plea of guilty, wa« sentenced to the
; regular routine of school work and then dfe.
¡•enitentiary tor one year.
0. II. Adams A Co. of this place, have a full
missed until the bell should riug for dinner.—
was passed, Mr. W S. Beebe, bis attorney, a9k-1
line of undertaker’s goods, from a plain coffin
ed that the Court in pronouncing judgment!
to n stlperb casket, including a variety of ap
lenient¡^7 in?",/™um’“n<1 lwo v,rv nice ub,e" wer8
propriate burial suit«, ready for use at once. No
takeinU.edn.i.I. r.Lon the fuel ..f th» prisoner'. by >Oitg pl.uk. t pon two tier, of desk, .nd need of going further for as lino a burial outfit
former gowl «ending bud tbi. being hi,
ll>e» «•»«">« th.", w.tb l.blo cloth», m.kingj us you desire.
oflenA District Attorney Cple. .Iso spike in i* '*bl' in,“• l"rl>' leet i” le"«‘h- Th,! you,l8l
f.vor of young Pe.rc , »king the clemency of I la,1;e‘ ‘l’“wI n<> •’*in* in •r™nXin3 »nd J«»- Ho, For the Train.
I will, after the 1st day of January, 1880
the Court to l>e extended lo the prisoner. Tho i r‘it*ng the tables w:th beautiful Sakes, flower«
The roads generally are nnt*l«'arlV so bad as
r »quest made by the attorneys was not made etc. By hal f past twelve a good I v number of run a hack to and from the train every morn-
we hu<l « xpetvd io 3nd them utter j - o much in v.m, »nd lV.ny is lucky in getting oir for .„rent, .nd triend, h.d come in, when the bell
ng, for the conveyance of passengers to and
Water had (alien ufioii tuei^.
The lute rain one vear, and the lesson taught him should be
,, . ,
beat d"Wit the ¿round und inode it more dry siifficieiit to keep him from temptation in th« |,u'nmonc‘l bI' ,nto ,ho
«-hool room from the train at St. Joe. Leave orders at my
AND NO AUCTION TRASII
and you’ll get to tbo train on time and
future. An effort u ill be made, we understand . "’here a number of songs were sung ind a sluble
As moot of the Portland houses du.
We glean from the short speech w«s made by Rev. Morgan on the in good style.
A donation parly is sugge. led by ft tnfember io have him pardoned.
origin of the day of Thanksgivivg, niter which
!nt the C. P. Church for the-bvn«*fit of Rey. Portland dailies.
heoffeiad an earnest jielition to Almighty God
Neill Johnson, to be given nt his residence, on
for the welfare of our country and in behalf of Tor Sale.
Tuesday, the 14th inat.
The suggestion is a
In Ilappy Valley,
the rising generation. After prayer dinner was
1 We take pleasure in givlhg yrth the following g< od one and should be curried out, as it un-
A slaughter house, a complete butcher outfit
announced und the Company were seated and
KAMI & IfE.T1NTOCK Proprietors. . prices-
d.iubtedly will be.
ette, this (Fi¡day) evening:
helped to a bountiful dinner.
Is not such a —including a new three-ply meat chopper, and
All kinds of Lumber furtiHhed to order on
a good team and hack are offered for sale. Ap
Our household ta* the recipient, one
Instruction—Remarks by......... Ge«» G Bingham thing appropriate ?
A sidewalk is being laid the full length of ply t«v S. D. Gaunt for further particulars.
Quality 33 good as the liest. arid prices low ns
R ad mg.................................... Mies Vina Allison
th swerk,«»! u IilieraI donation Irrim Mi<
the lowest. Give us a call and l»e convinced.
A ldrees-btHjcct: R*-idine....... Aaron Frazier one of our principal streets. We are told this
Aylward, <>f Gopher valley, consisting
For further pa; «icular* apply mW. II. Bing-
ni -e large h «:n. tender loin u
spare ribs — Debtte- Question: •• Riwdvcd. That it is for is u private enterprise of Mr. Orvil Slewart.— Nothing Sliortof Unuiistukuble Rene«
hrtm our ageht at McMinnville, nr at the Mill
tho best interests of this country that Ex- Oh, that we had more such Stewarts.
M’- c I ihc kindness is duly appreciated. lie
FROM 25 CO. UPWARDS, ; has our hunks fur tho substanth. l gilt.
Presidents be made Unit»-«! States 8?n it.<»r< at
NASH & IT EM STOCK
The belfry that is in course of construction Conferred upon ten« of thousands of sufferer«
fer^e, tor file.”
«flinnutive, A M Hurley oh the Academy will be about twenty feet pouhi originate and mainU 1 thq reputation
McMinnville. Or.. Aj.ril 29. 1880-13rf.
I Tues< ay ihorning the steamur O4to was de
and J J Spencer; negative, W D Fenton and high.
which Ayer s Sarsaparilla c. , ys. It is a com
/laved I •«» hours at Dayton by d."1! iw < mh I which
E C Brnbshaw.
Prof. —------ has a class of fifteen pupils in
in the Yamhill nrftjr'Ds mouth. Af- Reitdin?«......
pound ol the beat vegntal a «llcrativej, with
_____ ___- ..Addiaoti Starr
Sibject: PulitenvH .Mrs Irene f i Cslbrealb
,a i urea m
ilie Iodides of Putasaiuut und Iron, and i« tha
wheel, -Lhe boat iv^.oved enough 1 Reading......
most effectual of
AV? <9.’Z ’ 2 / Cft ’F.n 'íTX'.-J.iMJ’,
• ______ _
t-ajairNeu. . Hrrn-Dtvrt -wr--
I ir ,\iu V
fb Tear s nignt. Ine preeêêdi öl which
and certain in
>u Waul good plmfo Work, or a picture
used in paving tho expenses ol buikling the
I ' bn
r Want to order frames, met«, picture too late for insertion in that paper.
tar J ;|id,
complete cures c'
8ores, Boils, Humors, P inpk-.
.--------- ------ »i
cord , or anything efee in that line, just call in
A Mr. Busbee has started a tin shop in town. Diseases,
and ai! disorder«arisi
at th" Palace Gallerv, McMinnville, and the In IVIcmory of Martba J Gonnin^.
We think he is likely to do well.
of the blood. By its invignru
opeialor will forward the sntfie to the propri
Here within 1 his chamber lonely
Our «cho /l district pay« flrst claw wages for ways relieves ami often euiou hivu.
etor. Mr. Davidson, at Portland, who will see
Sa I aii'l morniiii watch wo k«*opi
all work it has done—three dollars a day.— Female Weaknesses and Irregularities, and is a
I that your want« are pH»perly (applied.
Whfenered worn* are spoken only
of it taxpayers, and weep.
potent renewer of vitality. For purifying tho
On and after this datb the mails will close
3M33 ffi 9
blood it lias no equal. It tones up the system,
Softly <»’«:• the floor wo trea I
north and south at 11 n. m. Sheridan and
As we watch beside the dead.
restores and preserves the health, and imparts
Grand Ronde closes at 12:30 p. m.
vigor and energy. For forty years it has been
FR OM 75 Co. UP B'A R DS,
For within her crfftlrt. lowly,
I). II TURNER, P. M.
in extensive use, and is to-day the most avail
Whl’e hands folded o’er her breast,
McMinnville, Sept 27, 1880.
medicine for the suffering «ick, anywliere.
Looking like a seraph holy
1.« our love I one lai I tit rest.
For sale by all dealers. Hodge, Davis & Ce.,-
All her earthly pain* are pusr,
Portland, wholesale agents.
December 0, 1880.
Xiiarary jj liertainm^nt.
Rest and pt'ace urc her« at lust.
Copious shower« have cleared the ground of
The Library Union will depart somewhat
On the mhrrow they will hear her
«now, which was several inches deep fest Sun Wo Challenge the World.
To the siient narrow grave.
from its regular programme next Tuesday eve
And tlie c<»)<l earth holds no fairef
day, «nd the river has raised several feet. Far
When we say, we believe, we have evidence
Form ilmn heis it soon will have.
ning, and give a sort of literary-fair-socia! eli
mers rejoice that Oregon bascóme buck—mean
P«*ace,tnl will her -lumhers l»e
to prove that Shiloh’s Consumption Cure is de
FROM 73 Cts. UPWARDS,
te* tRinment, with the object of raising some
ing the weather.
Earth while crumbling unto thee.
cidedly the best Lung Medicine made, in as
funds for the benefit of the institution.
Since the incorporation of our town no un
Yet one ble«sed hope is given.
fortunate law-breaker has yet grácil the city much us it wiil cure a common or Chronia
exorcises Will begin with the reading of a pa-
And that blessed hope is ihia :
Cough in one half the time and relieve Asth
Thai among the siiiniR In ITcavcn
’ per, liy Misses Ella Woods and Ida Turner.—
She a white robe I angel is,
FROM $4 00 UPWARDS,
Then “ the rules will be suspended,” allowing
Several severe cases of sore throat in town, ma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
Looking with 1n*r lovely eyes
Ou us who walk in eurthh guise
but the receut scare about diphtheria has about show more cases of Consumption cured than all
everybody to participate in u good social time
others. It will cure win re they fail, it is pleas
M. M. Y.
with the privilege ol having as mucn enjoy
ant to take, harmless to the youngest child and
Our brass baud is improving rapidly under wo guarantee what we say. Trioe, lOcts. 50
ment us they may choose to make of it. An Col. Hawkin«
tbe tutorship of Prof. Kamp of Portland.
cts. and $1.00. If your Lungs are sore, Cheat
FROM $i oo
admittance fee of ten cents will be charged at 3|>ent last Sabbath in McMinnville,
or Back lame use Shiloh’s Porous Plaster.
Our schAol, under the management of Prof.
the d«M»r. Upon this payment each fierson will livered his“ Patriotic Lecture»*’ on Saturday
Skidmore, ably assisted by Chas. Hill, is pro
The Celebrated Hercule« Boot Only receive a numbered ticket, which entitles tho and Monday evenings and a temperance lec
holder to a draft on tho stock of notions that ture on Sunday evening. The Col. i« a fluent
Preparations are being made for a concert
The immense sale and great popularity o
are being prepared for the occasion, and re
ceive the article that corresponds with the shaker and generally tulks quite pointedly and and Christmas tree for the Sabbath School Green's August Flower in «11 towns and vil
number of the ticket. We be.qwak for lheai-l decisively. His •’ Patriotic Lectures” pertain here.
lages in the civilized world has caused many
j lair a g«»od wholesome patronage by our citi- principally to the South—its resources, advant
Prof. Johnson, formerly of Forest Grove, de imitator« to adopt similar names, expecting to
! zens. ItsexueiiNe will liurdly bo felt by ind:-
ages and future gra* d pros|»ect«.
That is the livered a course of thiee lecture« here fest week
1 vidua I-who attend, yet in the augregute the land of his birth and tor its eiinnv breadths hr
reap a harvest for themselves at the expense of
Overalls, from 50 Cents Upwards little ten cent pier**« may be made to swell tlie exhibits
F’ u » i o il i h ts-s
great affection. There walnut hi ng in upon the Chinese, both ancient and modern* the afil.cted. This Medicine was introduced in
| pro«*ecds to a good, substantial sum. for the b*ii- his discourse to oifend anvb-'dy. fl was a plain, from a scientific standpoint, using chuna and
Caps, from 50 Cents Upwards,
I8fl8, and for the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver
■••fitof u worthy institution which all agree substantial il ustralion of fads as they exist,
s’ereoptic view« tn illustrate his supject.
with their effects, such as 8our
Huts, from 75 Cents Upwards shouid be sustain«*d a»'d built up in our midst well l<>ld and worthy the consideration ol ev ing to the extremely bud weather the attend Complaint,
Sloma’h, Sick Headache. Indigestion, Palpi
Heart, Vertigo, etc., etc.,ti nener
Punts, from $2 00 Upwardsf
A Bad Change.
expressed themselves as highly pleased.
has failed to our knowledge. Three doses will
Where you will find the best assortment of
relieve any case of Dyspejisia. Two million
The road has been fenced upon that section Good Pictures.
Only alrout fifteen or twenty thousand bush
la»tties «old last year.
Price 75 cents. Sam
Photographs of the group« of Fireman, the els of wheat is left in tho wurehoiwe here, all
between Mr«. Ford’s farm and the depot, and
ples 10 cents.
$15 00 rPIFzLKPS.
travel is now driven out into a stubble field
Green’s Atlas and Diary Almanac, the moat
OVERCOATS, from $19 0) Up where the mud is about half hub deep, al We were surprised ut the distinctness with We have a new saloon in lowu. Messrs. expensive tree Almanac ever published, sent
ou receipt on receipt of two cent stamp.
which cadi individual of the groupe is shown,
IIe*«vy Canton Fannel Rhirte and ready, and what it will be liefore spring can
G. G. GREEN,
Owing tn tho heavy rain all trains on the
Druwrri, from 60 Cent« upwards,
easily be i magi net!. That piece of road now together with the instrumenta, apparatus and
Woodbury, N. J., U. S. A.
The pic Narrow Gauge were suspended tn-<fey, by order
Also in Merino at same prices,
closed up was one of the smoothest and best general paraphernalia of the outfit.
is fine in every point of display.
As be of Win. Reed, President ut the road.
The late «now Deemed to be about
White Shirts. Linen Bosoms, $1 00'on the mute between here ami. Lafayette—one ture
J R. Baldwin, agent for Knapp, Burrell & equal hi extent throughout the valley
^of the few places uputi which, in the winter, fore Hluled this piece of work was done al the
Palace Gallery, and is certainly a reflection of Co. here for the ims I two years, is about to de
Linen Culture^ four for 50 Cents i the traveler calculates to make time. We are credit
what it wua in this section.
ii|iuii the operator* ó that institution.
part for Portland, where he ex|>ecis tn soend
Also a full line of
of that little morsel of pleasure now.
The teacher of the Plea«nnt Hill;,
Shaker Socks, fire pairs for $1 00 'defrauded
We understand that the survey lor this change
Lane county, achool was fined $5 anil-
GEN T'S UND ER W A R E
was made away last spring, and the new route
coatH. for ptiniahing one of bin scholar«
should have been .improved instead of turning
It amuses ¿is to have a man come to us and
At Bed-Rock Prices.
We must have the money that is due us im too severely.
In addition le this we also keep a fine assort us out into a raw wheat field all nt ooi*e, to say : “ I guess you’d better stop my j»a|er; I
wallow through the soil gmtind all winter.—
Te Arrive Fi Nteamere,
mediately, or quit business, and rest assured
D. H. Ved<ler, arraigned before the
Our roads are bad enough at liest, in winter,
Justice's court at Hillsboro for assault
A ßplendid Line of
without being subjected to such careiesetieu and to read j” and then to see his wife or one of his we shall do mine tall kicking bef »re we d«» the
battery, the complaining witness
family hurry around and gather up the money to the scratch.
being his father, n feeble man of 05
to come and subscribe tor the paper again in a
year», was convicted and fined $5 and
Our stock of Dress Gnnda, Cashmere’s, He..
few days. Such transactions frequently occur.
coats. It ought to have been five years
This disease Deems to still have a germ in the This lug Zexhibition with some men who have
etc., is unsurpassed in the county.
in the penitentiary for the heartless
Ntmoephere, and occasionally crups out. A homes and bright, intelligent feiniles there, is
wretch, if Ills inhuman conduct is cor
[0OBBRCTXD WEEKLY RY IIABTlfAN BROS.',
LAD IE'S WINTER SKIRTS,
child of Mr. Ilawthore has been a victim in it spreading on the eclfisbnrM pretty thick, if it is
within the fast tew days, and though it was se
A r Immense Variety.
M c M ixxvii . lr , Dec. 10, 1880.
Wheat, per vushel.................
riously sick at one time is recovering.
Th»« is Sx innnation.
Next week we will open a large line of
rictnrenand Picture frame»,
5 Sttyr, <>•
the only case rej»orted in town for several
There will lie an examination tor the benefit Oats, per bushel................... .
At Belwviie the disease appeared
L axd Orric« at O rkcov C itv , O r ., I
»•»me days since. A little scare reeulltd, which of those desiring Peachei’s Certificates, held Dried Apples, |»«r imund...,
November 25, 1880.
Worsted Jackets and items too numers to men
bn>ke up the «-h«w»l al that place, for a week or al McMinnville, Oregon, Dec. 24ih and 25th.
18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT G.
two. No new cases are reported from there,,
L H. BAKER, Couniv bupl.
Ground Feed, per ton..........
W. Jones, w I i >- m poauulire address is Mc
Which wc will « p !1 at very low flmree.
Potetoca, per bushel..........
Minnville, Yamhill county. Oregon, has under
Call and examine our
L ater . -We learn that two children of Mrs. Service« at the Chriaciaa Church.
of the act of congress approved
We have a full stork of, and purpose not to be ing rlaewher«* and you will ravp money by it.
Ella Miller are down with diphtheria and that
June 3, 1878, entitled an act for the sale of
Rev. Biuce Wolvemu will piea« h in the Bjcon Suh*», per |Niun«i.......
indcrsoM for equal quality of g«*ods.
in California, Oregon, Nevada
one of them is seriously sick, having suffered a Christ mu enurvh al this place on Friday and
wild Washington Territory, made application
relapse, after getting nearly recovered from its Saturday evenings, al 7 o'duck, and on Sunday Nhoiihlers. per pound...........
Lard, jier p»und .................
to purchase ihe North half of the North-West
murili ng at II o'clock.
McMinnville and Sheridan.
• Butter, per pound..............
quarter ot Section 10, in Township three, South
aeh we Want!
of Range «ixWeat, Will. Mer.
I Egg*, prr dozen.....................
Cash we vf net Have!
Hides, dry flint, |>er |M»un«l
Ail adverse claims must be filed in th« Land
Collar Bone Brvsvo.
And as an induremrnt for cash trade rff.«r ex
Office at Oregon City, Oregon, before the expi
Such was th* mjnry received by the baby
Al lh- remd-ne. of Mr. Jmne. FMcber, by Hide,, ir. en, per pound...,
We teke pl»MSure in infnrmint the publie nf
•x inducements in discHinta »»n cash pnrrhaaea
ot sixty days or at any time during th«,
daughter nt Mr. J. C. C«»rper, on Saturday Re. E. Run, M’»e In.m. B. FIHeh.r mid Mr- Wi^Tper' «.’und*
period of nublicalion of the R*gisler*« notice.
Thanking you for inrreweini patmnaze, we fhis muntv that Mi*s Allie H«ifh*s has ta ken
...... i. ail
Il is hereby «wdared that the above notice be
•ope by strict attention tn busine-a and. as we charge «four Millinery Gond« Department.
published lor nxiy days iu the Y aw will R b -
.Chickens—grown—;»er dosen.... 2 50® 3 00
dieve, a enrrm»f»il rfltwt In supply your want«
it itf on a stan'i at a window so it could are the
rt « m , a n^wiiiaijier publisl.el at McMinn
• |nw st living profits, to merit a continuance
children at. play in ihr hf » w out doors, and
ville, Yamhill county, Oregon.
f the mme.
it for a minute. Divim her absence the
Persun« indebted to me will pleaee call «nd fire Xraae.
nt GUEST PRICE PAID FOR left
under my hand this, th) 28th day of
little one Ml Io th* floor with the result above •ettle. My office is el the McMinnville Hotel
The beet aseorlmeel ouUide of Portlaed, «I October. 1830.
•♦« rd. The n»erasery mediesl attention was
orth YamhiTl * Mills,
H. WÏ. OANIEI« Proprietor.
'HAVING puuhasvd the 8tsnd)ev Mill«, and
overhauled and thn'ouglily repaired the same,
in aow prepared to fill orders on short notice, at
ilie most reusonabfe rules.
Lumber of all qualities.
Fenee piekeits. Cedar Posts, ete.
I am <letei mined not to be undersold by any-
3>o4y. G ;' c me a call.
II M. DANIEL.
JU I VERY ,
SALE STABLE !
W.C. HENDERSON, P’r,
J^EEPS CONSTANTLY ON ÏÏ.LND
Plenty of 8fable Room and the best ef Feed.
Transient Stock will be well taken care of.
Plenty of horses are kept in this Stable,
But don’t you ride unless you arc able;
And when you do ride, neglect, not to pay.
For Trust will notbuv either oat3 enrn orbav.
H»ve-ju£t openeed out a
And keep constantly on hand the Finest Brands
Liquors and Cigars,
The Celebrated Thrible A Whiskey, the
Whiskey’s, French Brandies. Sherry. Port.
yift^ret, and all other kinds of Wines, Gin, En-
'¿'o.-Xi Ales, Beer and Porter,
And the Best.
WATCH & MAKER,
PRACTICAL WORKER AND REPAIRER
CLOCKS, WATCHES and JEWELRY
All work done in a nmper manrw and «
Gnofi O jt Drirrr Wanted
ox driver is wanted at
R.4»rf«,n'« Saw Mill.
A »n~1 h«n4 r
•hr barine« ran e*r rra>d
and par war.
an’^d. Apple at this offer a*a. lb. mdl 'lb.
«Id Moor, m'iin of
W D ROBERTSON.
N ot 8, 1880-AOtf.
.¡ nd C hildren ’ s
Andies’ IIubber Overshoes,
X’S RVBBFR BOOTS;
Men's Fine Kip Doots.
Men s Fine Call* Boots, $5
BRICK STORE !
Boots and Shoes,
City and country dealers an ppi ed at Portland
prices. Yon will always find The Boy« in the
new Brick Building on Third street,
SHOP ON THIRD STREET,
Hartman Bme.’ Brick
MEN’’S FINE SUITS,
2Tew Liquor Store,
CIGARS AXD TOBACCO.
Timber Land Notice.
« R< ><DICI< I IC*S
Oct. 3. !«*•>
given her tod the little girl it doing Basely.
L. BETTM AN.
Mitebell A Warrom.
L. T KARIN, Ragfefer