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YOE. XI. NO oe
SaiïO Fer A nr. uni:
W. H. WARREN
The Hollingsworth liar Rak. for $"
R ogers 4 H odson ' s .
OIR l’El'Il d.UIl)
Manning, our Hardwire and Stove man, has
got the agency for the New Home Sewing Ma
chines, and is offering big induceni aits on
them to customers; go ud see him. We also '
Read all the new ads.
notice he has dies for cuuiag and threading all
sixes of water pipes—soiaethiug that has loug
New apples are ’round—pretty near round.
been wanted in this tov’l.
Little Clara Turner is down with scarlet fe-
King of the Blood is mt a “cure all," but in t ver, but the attack is light, and her speedy re-
all disorders attributabl ■ u impurity of blood J covery is expected.
and its defectivecirenlu ail. nothing else equals ‘i The Russ House has changed hands, a Mr.
its effect See advertiseneat.
Trullinger having purchased of Mrs. Wood her
A New Howe Sew ; Machin, for sale at > interest in the iustitution aud taken possesion.
Warren’s cheap for caa-o.
I They speak of a constable and a judge and
In Ayer's Ague Curo vs have a positive rem-1 | some tresses that Wave like a banner ; the (4>n-
' *w sto»xi * his
' but .
edy for fever and ague and aU malarial disor atable ran and the iudge
purloined the hammer?”
ders, atnl one entirely fne frum quinine, arse , the question is “ who
nic, or other injurious drags. It is the chem
Our readers will not fail to observe the an
ical and mediciual triumph of the age.
nouncement of Fisher Bros, iu another column
and, acting upon the advice therein contained,
Lebanon Valley School,
will undoubtedly profit by the transaction.—
Fisher Bros, mean business and do business ac
Tuesday July 26th completed a four cordingly. Go and see if they don't.
Allglut 3, 1881.
8. W. Sigler & Co. is carrying cu
Ex-Deputy Sheriff W. W. Nelson
cut his left foot quite severely the fore 0ne of tbo fluest mercantile business’
part of the week, while slashing In the county. This flrm carries a
bnyeeh eeots ' ezis
large stock of goods and does a good,
0. W. SNYDER, Editor and Manager.
Tlie brick foundation for Dr. Little safe and legitimate business.
field's residence is being laid, and . Next In order comes Logan & Hash,
M TTCHELL rf WARREE,
from appearances it will be a tine livery men, where one can get the
Quest turnouts in the way of teams
torr per year, in advance............... 12.50
We notice on our streets to-day five and carriages on the very shortest no
doctors: Calbreath, Poppleton and tice. Mr. Logan i.s a thorough livery
Large of tills place, Buekley of Day man and is always wide awake to
liis customers In a business like
IS & PROFESSIONAL
ton, and Young of McMinnville. We serve
can’t understand It, as the health of
Next comes Muchtler, the best car»
tliis place could not be better than at
ringe builder and blacksmith in the
•h A.C., No. 16
Tlie concert and sociable to-morrow county. If you don’t believe it just
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojournj
evening promises to be a success. Tlie call and glance at the excellent car
¡ng companions oordially welcomed.
Choral Society is to be a>sisted liy riages and buggies he is turning out.
Prof Levinson, i. teacher of both vo Farmers, there is n* use of golug to
cal and instrumental music, who Portland to spend your money for
A NEW STOCK OF
STERLING F. HARDING.
' Dr. Morris, late of North Yamhill, will soon
among us well recommended. work when you can get a better arti-
valley. During the term there have open a new hotel in Hurst’s new building, cor comes
He has a large class at this place in cle at home.
ttorney at law , C onveyancer ,
been 36 visitors. Appropriate prizes ner of Third and B streets. The house has instrumental music.
Johnson & Hill started iu business
Real Estate and Collecting Ageht, and No
were awarded for superior merits, as been fitted up in neat and comfortable style,
tary Public All work pertaining to this line CI. O T HING,
Nine of our solid citizens leave us here about a year ago. Mr. Johnson
and under the dsrection of Dr. Morris and hit
attended to promptly anil reliably, Also, man
follows: First prize, Ida Morgan for excellent family will certainly be a comforta
Friday morning for the country near is a thorough, go-ahead business mtn,
ufacturer and repairer of Boot« and Shoe-. All
best behavior; second, Milton Potter ble and pleasant stopping place
work done with neatness and dispatch Head
tlie mouth of the Nestucka. The and witli Gus behind the couuter we
quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
for most improvements penmanship.
We enjoyed a pleasant little visit and a good company is composed of J. J. Hem are satisfied tliat everything will go
along all O. K.
Each member of the geography class nights’rest at the residence of Mr. and Mis.
An,l a Fino Assortment of
bree, J. T. Hembree, D. J. Olds, A. P.
produced a map of Oregon, drawn by Fetch on our recent homeward journey over
Johnson & Hill’s new flouring mill
the mountains. We found our friends in good Fletcher, L. J. Fletcher, J. Fletcher,
themselves. The one drawn by Sam health, pros|>erous and kind and genial as ot
W. W. Nelson, George ami Jimmy is all enclosed and the carpentors are
uel Shortridge is considered most per old. The traveler may always rest assured of Moor. Part of them go to look for only awaiting tlie arrival of the ma-
F YOU WANT YOUR HAIR WELL CUT,
finding comfortable entertainment at the fire- homes in that section while the rest chinery so as to put it in running or
fect. .Maggie Cronin, Ella Cronin, side
of Mr. and Mrs. Fetch.
propose to have a g md hunt. “You der. We understand that it will bo
Minnie Potter, Ida Morgan ami Hettie
THOROK II SHAMPOO,
~*cimen of bet ” they’re the “boys” to have fun ready to run by the first of October.
Mmgan cat'll pres tiled a beautiful ap Mr. S. F. Staggs brings us in a spec
plums which carries the broom for prol i fic and they 11 have it, 'too.
Nichols & Detmerlng carry a very
pearance witli their neat dresses and yield.
A branch fourteen inches long contain
CALL AND EXAMINE.
wreaths of flowers s’->und their crowns ed 98 plums,
Tlie new printing firm have com large stock of general merchandise,
and the little fellows were hitched
Come to the
as they appeared in their last recita to the stick about as thickly as they could have menced business, cleaniug up their and from the amount of boxes piled
tion. Several visitors were present, been tacked on with ehinglo nails. Mr. Staggs
AfcJ/ZAW VILLE BA THS.
Nothing but Cash and Produce taken in ex
whom was Mr. G. W. Small calls them the” Missouri Blue,” and prizes the office anil getting ready to get out around tbeir store every day tliat the
change for goods.
Hot and Cold Water Baths alwovs ready.
their paper. It is to be called the steamer arrives one would tie favora
who delivered a r« ci’atiou. Tlie teach fruit quite highly.
tliat they are doing a
Oregon Register, aud it is tlie inten bly impressed
ABriI. C. WYNDHAM, Prop’r.
If. H. WARRtíJV.
ence as a teacher lie lias not found a The North Yamhill river channel, up at the , tion of tlie proprietors to ir ue tlie good
ot saw -ii ogs,
n,« ( j
more orderly and well behaved class of foot of the ¡I mountains,
,, . i down
, is Jain
. to full
• • z..
Capt. Powell has liuilt an addition
t 11 iust.
which will i be floated
- - _____
pupils, and hopes ’.bat his successor the
valley on the first flood. The Messrs.; ¡May
, - tbeir
. newspaporial career be to his largo warehouse, to be used as
tilable. Alex Wes
Pelch have furnished a lot of 850,000 feet and ’ Peasant
and ' prontati
an engine room. Capt. P is a thor
teaching them that the writer enjoy Smith has also gotten out a largo amount.— terfield
*“* “ ' will run tlie mechanical part 1 ough, ge-ahead business man and one
PhymciaH and Sitrgeovt,
These logs are of the finest quality. We saw a of the institution.
of the solid men of this burg."
T. J. W i LKS on , Teacher.
couple of trees at Fetch’s which it was claimed
Billy Moor, after an absence ot ma Col. Ciiris. Taylor, A. L. Saylor and
would cut 20 and 27 thousand feet of lumber.
ny months, lias returned and it looks
They were monsters.
If notin my office leave word at Turner!
natural to see him on the streets.
1 C. G. Saylor left thia morning for a
Bros. Drug Store or the Livery Stable and the <
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright had a bit of
of Puget Sound and Victoria.—
nail will be attended to promptly.
experience in a runaway ecra|*e on Sun
uncalled for in the Po-totbee at McMinnville fearful
day last. Their horses were large and lively at tlie academy for another year and Wu understand they may extend their
01., August 1, 1881 -
and being hitched to a light buggy had no dit- . will open the same on the Sth of 8ep- trip as far north as Alaska.
Dr. G. F. TICKER,
pect to sec them return clothed it»
fieulty in spinning right ulong when they took I tember.
a notion to indulge in a little run ; and ac
IIou. H. Hurley and wife leave for
cordingly they proceeded. They ran at a
S McMullen. R,
Tlie railroad company is building 25
bieak neck spied about a n*ilo with Frank Tlie Dalles, iu the morning,to be gone
Davis, B G,
. Orton M W,
curs at thia place to be uaed for
hanging to the lines lor dear l^ie and nianag- for a few dnys.
P ieia , Wm,
» Jtç JW
k } .» ■ gr -
.ng »o keeUJJie
T”f .''ide up till Quallx. Lh*»l
Hall, J W F.
— am />—
[SUCCESSORS TO R. II. TODD.]
In calling for tlie above letters please «»y ises of Mr. Jolly. Fortunately nobody was in
Capt. W. S. Powell, 8. W. Sigler, J..
Office opposite Mob a wk Hall.
D. II. TURNER, I’. M. jured and little damage was done.
J. Shipley and families left this morn
| on Monday for California.
ing for Tillamook on a pleasure and
FENTON A MAGERS, DRl'GN,
Some pretty hard reports are afloat from the
Mrs. Kinsey of Williams creek,
< II M G I DAA, Jackson county, fell from a hay wag ranks of our juvenile population. Their little
M oke A nok .
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
on la-t week, receiving injuries that fingers seem to be itching with mischief and spinning liis yarns, as usual. He says
terminated fatally on Tuesday last — pilfering. And yet it is not to be wondered at. tliat when he passed Hon. J. D. Fen
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab-
SII ERI DAY.
She was about 25 yeass of age and So long as children are turned loose upon the ton's farm the Judge was out swing
etraato of title.
WITHIN THE NEXT
TO1BACCQ AND CIGARS,
leaves a family of children.
streets from daylight till bedtime day after day ing a cradle With all the ease tliat a
PAINTS AN BOILS,
and month after mouth, rest assured their ac man many yeurs his Junior would do;
Office of W. D. Fenton, in tlie Court
I’ilODUf E WIKI !
as the occa
Monee at Lafayette.
or bad, and thfftendency is generally for the but tliat when the Judge espied him sion deserves It we will give a report
Office of J. E. Magers, in McMinn» TOILET GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC
[ corrected weekly by william u . warren ] worse. Parents who cannot devise some plan
he hid behind a shock of grain as
to employ their children somewhere but in the though ashamed Io have people know of the school exhibition and picnic at
M c M innville , August 5, 1881.
public avenues ol idleness and vice are certain be did tliat kind of work.
But we Harmony on Wednesday last. Al
piF Prescript ions carefully compounded at'
ly unfortunate, and the trouble that may come think that is one of Charley's “ fish” though it looked very much like rain
Wheat, per oushel
all hours, day or night.
to them in the future us the fruit» of their in- stories. There’s lots of good liumor
Flour, per barrel..
37| @40 diffence at the present can hardly avail much about Charley, if lie did come from in tlie morning, and did rain off and
Our goods have all been marked down to the 1
Oats, |>er bushel.
by way of consolation. Plain speaking, but
on during the day, about one hundred
lowest Ilyina rates. Give us a call and see for
Dried Apples, pc
D ad B obit .
the fact. Think on’t.
Pl ui.)8, per pou
and fifty people gathered at the new
McMinnville, Or., June 21, ’81-20tf.
Bran, per ton....
school house, and exercises commenc
Ground Feed, iier ton
Potatoes, per bushel
Following is the programme of ex ed at 10 o’clock witli music by the
Onione, jjer pound.
Once more the editor finds himself
choir and prayer by Rev. Evans; then
12@13' grasping the lever of tlie newspapor ercises for next Tuesday evening, Aug-
Bacon Sides, per pound
followed recitations, speeches and dia
Ilam, per pound......
u.sl 9, 1881:
ial machine aud endeavoring to infuse
Shoulders, per pound
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Miss Laura Burnett logues by the pupils of the school, all
Lard, per pound.......
sufficient power into the old thing to Reading
. .MI ms Lottie Dallas of which were good and elicited the
Butter, per pound....
.. Miss May Baker applause and approbation of the large
make it grind. As our readers are' ■ Reading
Egg», JH>r dozen........
M tn . Wyndham
doubtless well aware, we have been
Hides, dry flint, per pound
....... H. F. Turner and intelligent audience. After tho
Hides, green, per pound...
off “ on a splurge" to the Coast, and Reading
....... Charlie Hodson exercises by the scholars Miss Rett»
Dressed Hogs, per cwt......
have spent three very pleasant weeks ■ Recess.
Wool, per pound .............
Yocom recited “ Tlie Curfew must not
Tallow, per pound.............
upon the fresli and verdant shores of Reading....................Miss Cora Wallace ring to-night," which was well ren
Tillamook Bay. Tills place, of all the Reading........................ W. F. Williams dered ami received, as it deserved, the
All work done in a proper inanrer and a
summer resorts we have visited is de Declamation....................Lewis Cooper hearty applause of all. After whieh
cidedly our favorite. There is a di Miscellaneous exercises.
tlie teacher, Mr. Byron Baker, with
Messrs. Turner Bros., the live druggists of
J Answers to Questions.
the town, are always up to the times and ready versity of recreation and amusements I Who were the Silver Grays?—J. W. suitable remarks, presented each pu
pil and employer with a printed school
to meet the demands of their many customer? here which we do not find at otliet- Cowles.
FOR THE NEXT
Why is tlie President's house called report, on tlie back of which is a fare
They have just received a supply of that won coast resorts. One can either play tlie
derful remedy that ts astonishing the world “ land lubber" in the midst of a broad tlie While House?- H. F. Turner.
WE MUST MAKE
well address in poetry, of considerable
•PRINTED NEATLY, QUICKLY.
Wlio was tlie author of Hail Colum
by its marvelous cures, Dr. King’s Now Dis and fertile agricultural district, or pass
merit, written by liim. Two prizes
CHEAPLY, ON SHORT NOTICE, AT
covery for consumption, coughs, colds, asthma, his time at pleasure upon the “silvery bia?—Mrs. Young.
Who was the man without a coun were awarded, one to Freddie Baker
bronchitis, hay fever, phthisic, croup, whoop
ing cough, tickling in the throat, loss of voice, waves" of tlie bay and in tlie invigor try and what was tliecause of his ban for th* most perfect lessons, and the
hoarseness, or anv affection pf the throat and ating influences of tlie grand old ocean ishment?—Miss Susie Lougliary.
oilier to Emma Ralston for the high
For the same and therefore will sell for the lungs. This remedy |>ositivc!y cures, as thou beach. There is health iu the breezes Good of the Association.
est standing in the spelling class.—
sands can testify. If you do not believe it trail that come in across tile cool waters,
This was followed by tlie farewell ad
the Postoffice Drug Store and get a trial bot and tlie invalid can timl no better
McMINNVTLL . OREGON.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS, at
dress by tlie teacher to the scholars
tle free of cost or a regular .-¡ze bottle for one
dollar. As you value y<*:- life, gi .’r-it a trial
and patrons of the school. A speech
weary system and restore his wasted
I WILL SELL
It seems that Mr. Cook and the was then delivered by Rev. Evans or»
l»een. Hodge, Davis & Co, wholesale agents, strength than lie will drink in at ev
Education, which was appropriate
ery inhalation of tlie atmosphere that Trustees of .VfbMinnville College failed and
well received. Theoxerclses wero
Y^ancy G ooc I h ,
floats about tlie tides, the glens and to consummate their bargain for interspersed with instrumental and
XSX m Proprietor.
mountains surrounding Tillamook grounds ou the easteru suburbs of vocal music which judges declared to
C LOT IL I A G , Eucalyptus Las of late year» been found very Bay. All these blessings we have en- j town, and the site of the new build be equal to any they hail heard in tho
sed the Standley Mills, »nd
Bernnghly repaired the -am«,
useful for a great number of the ills that fiesb joyed in the fullness during our so
State. In the beautiful grove near
Bll orders on short notice, at
journ and can cheerfully testify of!
ROOTS and SHOES,
is heir to. Its latest application is in the shape their merits. Of our kind and oblig ing lias been relocated. Mr. anil Mrs. by tlie tallies were loaded witli all the
substantial* and goodies tliat tlie prac
Slaven’s California Pine and Eucalyptus ing neighbors beyond tlie mountains
Porous Plaster, an article which is poraeseed of we have made brief mention hereto the institution, Mrs. Chandler also tical mother* and daughters of Mill
much merit, and is fast superseding the old fore, and shall probably speak more ' gave 6 acres more and the Board pur Creek know so well how to prepare,
, Ceder Poets, etc.
HATS, CAPS, Etc.,
fashioned pitch and frankinacence plaster. It is
and ws must say tliat all did full Jus
not to be undersold by any
endorsed by the medical profession throughout at length of tbeir affairs hereafter as chased 5 additional acres of Mr. Co tice to tlie occasion. After dinner the
M* ■ cell.
zine, making u total of 30 acres upon people assembled at the church, be
the land. For |ale by Turner Bros., McMinn opportunity may present itself.
B. M DANIEL.
Which the new building is to lie erect cause it wus larger, and after singing
ed. The site is located across Cozitle by the Glee Club listened for more
about opposite the residence of than an hour with the closest atten
Bucklcn’e Arnica naive.
Late rains have been quite a draw Mrs. Knelling.
tion to an address on "Courtship,
The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises bark to farmers throughout this sec
Love and Marriage," by Capt. Lafok
sores, ulcer?, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, tion. Considerable hay is still in tlie Burned Out.
lett. Next followed a game of baa»,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns, cud all kinds fields, while grain is ripening rapidly
Brisbine’s saloon at North Yamhill ball between tlie Sheridan nine and
of skin eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to
the Mill Creekers, which was won by
give [»erfect satisfaction inavery case or money and biinging the two harvests togeth was burned to the ground last Monday tlie latter. And thus ended one of the
We notice this more night. Nothing was saved from the
refunded. Price 35 rents per box. For sale by er in a jam.
Tnost pleasant gathering* ever had at
Turner Bros., The Druggists, McMinnville.
particularly in the North Yamhill I burning building except tlie proprle- Harmony. Tlie best of order prevail
Feb. 15, 1881.
Goods will be Bold at Astonishingly Low Fig
Airaithed to order on
section, where but little grain had I ior’a books. The fire was discovered ed from first to last, and tllow me to
ures for CAft H ONLY ; giving thereby an op
to everybody to buy cheaper than Slaven's Cherry Tooth Paste.
been cut the first of tlie week, while a at about one o’clock a. m., and was thank the boys and girls, too, for their
i best, and prices low se L rroi’H of Youth. portunity
An Aromatic preparation for the preservation number of fli lds were in shock in tlie I under such headway that nothing most excellaut behavior, for It was the
II and be convinced,
apply to W. H. Bing- A GENTLEMAN who has suffered for year?
| of the Teeth and Guma. Ilia far superior tn1 vicinity of McMinnville. Our farm 'could be done to subdue it. Mr. B»ls- best we have ever seen at a similar
gathering in Oregon.
from Nervoua Debility, Premature Decay,
innville, or at the Mill
any preparation of its kind in the market. In .
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will
4 NASH A HEM8TOCK
large handsome opal pMa, price 50 cents. For, ers have been " putting in 1 heir best biue Is strong In the belief that It was district Is partly In Polk and partly in
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to
licks" when the sun did sliine, how-
Yamhill counties, and we are bound
April 2t, lS8t-13tf.
sale by Turner Bros., McMinnville.
•II who need it, the recipe and direction for increasing patronage, and hoping that they
' ever, mid with the advantage of itn- I o<M) No insurance.
to say tliat the better part is in the
making the simple remedy by which he was will make good use of the opportunity we give
’ proved ma> liinery have made lheir la-
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the ad ver- within the next thirty days, we remain,
tior tell. With goial weather harvest Died.
O ccasionally .
tiaer’s experience can do eo by addressing in
J 0. II Adams 1 Co. of this place, have a ful will set in in earnest next week, and
A little son of Mr. and Mft. E. P.
RUES' PROPERTY. in the town perfect aevfidence, JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Ce
line of undertaker’« gooda, from a plain coffin
Lafayette no»^ has Sn Express office, ss it
Olds, of Tillamook, die<l at their home
nvilk is offered for sale. Any dar St., New York.
'to a superb ca’ket, including a variety of ap- which
w'iiv'’. tlie country is well supplied on Friday, July 30lb, aged about 3 wh * transferred from St. Ju« to that point yes-
Ing in parchase will enll co or ad
John Hubbard, the efficient P. M.,
enderenned at the residence of Mrs.
Work. Steady Employment. Samples for goods.
need of p.ng further for aa fine a burial outfit inimenae amount of grain throughout year«. Scarlet fever waa the eauav of has been appointed agent. This will be quite
a convenience for our naig'.^ors.
August 5. 1M!.-Mtf
’ • Yambill
Pabliihed Every Friday, H ,
M c M innville
S. A. ’ZOTTITG, M. D.,
Hew Goods !
Hew Prices !
M M innville
ROBISON & RAKFR.
CLOCKS WATCHES and JEWELRY,
Sale Bills !
Reporter Job Printing Office
! Lumber! CASH OHLY.
P. P. BROWNE.
Go and See Fisher Bros