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w 'H ixnville
'rill itsiHV yiaicih st»,
#•3 50 Pill AS\IM.
Mr. Ncilery returned last week from
it trip io Southern Oregon, and left, us at Lafayette
this week as jurors. • S.
lo-duy fur a trip east of the niouu- Stevens,' P. Baruedregt and B. Autnm
Published Every Thursday, at
are tlie lucky ones.
M c M innville
Vncle Aaron Payne is very low. He
Mr. M. B. Hendrick has a sunlus ofj
is 93 years old, and It will bu hard for seed wheat. Persons wishing any can
be aicoiDinmlated by calling soon as
eiTYD.EE & WJAiaiR'IEIsr. a man of ills age to recover.
lie talks of shipping it to Salem short
Etiitors ami Proprietors.
sidewalk through tbe lane running ly.
north from the postoillee—.something
Mr. Parker of McMinnville, poked
SI BMIUI’I'ION IS A'S I S,
that lias been long needed.
his smiling phiz into our sanctum the ,
> \ .On»* copy per year, in advance.
Born—to I he wife of Chas. Kuyken other itay. He was accompanied by
1.5Í dall, a tine girl. Charley says he has Mr. Hoberg Jr. Always welcome
other girls, but none that can come up friends; call agaiu.
to this one.
L. C. Forest is preparing to re-shin
Elder Rose, of Hillsboro, staid over gle his store. Wm. Fowler is making
Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Thus. them aud is a first class shingle ma
ker. Parties wanting any shingles
should call aud see his work.
March 27, 1883.
James Smith and wife and Miss
I understand that Mr. John Craw
Th? I oiil ', dry «pell, ho unusual for Minnie Laughlin, of the Grove, are
MrOreyon. Ill the wiuter, I pih ended, and in town visiting their brother, Mr. T. ford lost one of bis children last week
but did not learn the cause of its death.
.now the earth in refreshed with warm M. Laughlin.
■i.Vaml copious showers.
Mr. Davis has a singing school at
Dr. Hammerschmidt, Win. Lewis,
[ Tbe heavy frosts of the past winter Daniel Busby and Chas Snlfisky are the church for the benefit of the young
Bit hat were Mip|M>se»l to have “ cooked” improving their lots by putting a new folks and for improvement of the Sab
Hthe wild oats, seem to have opened fence around them.
Hit he grouud for the lower strata to
The horse disease has mostly disap
Tbe n«ek-tie party given last Friday
■Rcoiiie to the surface, /’irniers who
peared from this neighborhood. Mr.
So have examined, assert that tbe sur- evening by the I. O. of G. T. was Weil Galloway saved his with prompt rem
Hfaee oats were all killed, and that attended, arid everything went otf edies.
many of the present growth have smoothly, and all wlio attended were
Mr. Kirkwood and A. P. Magness
. sprouted at a depth of eight inches, i well sat istied. Tbe net proceeds were
are getting their respective hop or
■ i ainl eveii more.
in shape for spring. They are
J. R. Sawyer’s team became friglit-
| Claud Ferguson took a day’s vaca-
looking for good prices agaiu.
Kf ion from school and came home oil a
L ocal .
er's grist mill one day last week, and
[fVisit one day last week.
i nil down Io the foot of the Castile
[ J. C. Cooper, of McMinnville, was I ill, doing no damage to themselves
i in tewn looking about as usual.
i r the hack to which they were et-
March 19, 1883.
laehed, but they jumped into the hack
Dr Jessup was up home yesterday.
| C. H. Messinger, Sheridan's tin
IKman, was here begging the Judge to
AVilil flowers are making their ap
■ postpone court, orpost)a>ne him. Tbe him out on one side and John Green pearance.
out on the other, but doing them no
■ Judge postponed Charley.
bodily injury. Lucky for them that
Most of the farmers have their
! George Bredwell and wife, of Ami- they escaped so easily. But Mr. Saw wheat resow.i.
■ ty, came down to see the capital of yer acted the gentleman iu the mat
Some are putting in their gardeu
.Yamhill, the other day.
T raveler .
seeds, but. I think it is pretty early
The two prisoners that escape.1 from
yet. We are liable to have some pret
? the jail, here, on tbe night of the 18th
ty rough weather yet this spring.
Match 27, 1883.
■ Were captured by Sheriff Collard as
A great many have been putting
S they were going to Pori land, the otli-
out yeung orchards this pretty spell;
er side of the Taylor bridge.
Butter scarce in this section.
It is a good time as the grouud is in
“ Oleomargerine” under the name
“Old lady Cary” of Independence,
■ of California blitter, has made its ap-
Boru March 11th, to the wife of
■ pearauce right here in this place, in was down visiting her daughler,|Mrs.
this land of goo»i pasture and cows.— S. A. McKune, Saturday and Sunday. Noali Heater, a tine sou, and also on
Yes, to the shame of Oregon farming,
Where are our city otHeiais and the 14th to tbe wife of Alfred Reese a
has this ’• bull butter” gained a foot marshal ? We would like to call your sou. I tell you we will have hoys to
hold where the real article should he attention to those hogs that are run tear out this brush by and by.
so plenty that no bogus truck could ning loose in town.
Edwards & Hobson ars putting up a
ever And room. But it is here aud
F. A. Conk can be found at his agri- new addition to their store.
selling at 37 1 2 ceuls per pound,while
The dolegates from this place to the
real butter goes begging at 39 cents. ( ultural business at any tune on the
But then the bogus article looks just corner opposite Hollins and Hale’s &. 8. Convention at McMinnville re
port having a good time and very
like good butter and tastes a great store.
deal better than most of the home
Several of our lady teachers of this much revived in the S. 8. work.
made. Place them side by side on the place expect to attend the Teacher’s
The Ban»! of Hope met yesterday,
table, and any one not previously in Institute at Independence, during the ami organized. Their next meeting
formed will take the imitation and re week.
will be held on the 22d of April at 2
ject the real article every time. Mr.
We learn that Miss Julia Jacobs of p. m.
Carpenter, of tbe Essex House, trieil
Still there are some sick horses iu
his hoarders with it, and when all this place was married to Henry Ru
this part of the county, aud it is queet
had pronounced it excellent butter, he bles of Eola last Wednesday.
it bolds on so long especially AMITY
told them what it really was.
Have you seen McCarter & Aider
when it is such fine weather.
Court commended yesterday with a man’s display of agricultural i in pie
L ater , March 20 1883.
pretty full docket, and it is doubtful if inents in their new hall?
the whole cau be got through with
A nice oid fashioued Oregon shower
H. B. Tingle is doing a good busi
American Prints for 5 cents per
Contrary to general expectation, ing his stable a new coat of paint.
E. Blair of Dayton was down on a
Mr. Blackburn, <>f Victoria, B.
R. W. Laucefield is doing a rushing visit yesterday.
here to prosecute Dr. Murphy, for the business in tbe mercantile line, lie
G. W. Dimmick of Hubbard station Pine Amoskenn Ginghams 12 1-2
crime of adultery with his (Black is receiving a supply of goods of every
N at .
description every day from SauFrau- visited the Good Templar's Lodge last
cents, worth 18 rents ;
Saturday evening und on Sunday lec-
ciseo and New York.
lured on “Temperance,” which was Fine Wushini/ton Cashmere
R. W. Phillips sowed 420 acres of good.
March 28, 1883.
cents, worth 25 Cents ;
••rain during the line weather with
Baud out seranadiug last week.
h«n team*'. Mr. Phillips seems tu be
M isses 8amantha ami Laura Win
lilaiil Siiitin;/, 20 cents,
Judge B. F. Dowell, of Jackson going into (be farming business ex ters are visitimr at McMinnville.
!e isively. lie says he has purchased
ville, spent Sunday here.
30 cents ;
Mrs. Benjamin Heater has gone to
200 acres of Daniel Putman’s farm
Judge Townsend, of tile “Register,” joining his oil the west, paying $8,000 Portland with tier youngest child to
Fine Australian Cre.ps, 25
have its eyes doctored.
was in Town, Saturday.
for it. Mr. Phillips is going to be the
■worth 3,5 cents ;
A delegation of the (I. A R assist- boss farmer of Iliis count y yet.
J. R. limit and N.I». Wiley started
e l at a muster, here, last Saturday
for Lafayette this morning; of course
they went for the purpose of doing •II- Inch Cash mere, ’¡0 cents,
The Dayton flouring mills bave let
the contract for the piling lor an ex
Mrs Henry »Austin and family who
March 2fi, 1883.
tensive warehouse, which they will
It i.s raining and everybody pleaded. have been east of the mountains for a Á'S/ncli Cashmere—all wool, ìi rt< ,
build this Reason.
few years have lelurmrd to Webfeot
worth 5 t > xt. .
R. (laid and .1. K. Conner go court again. Mr A. will return as soon as
Hon. O. P. Mason delivered an in- ing this week.
terecting course of scielitilie let lures
52- 1 iii -I i Cashmere—all wool,
Born March 22d to the wife of J. W.
on Astronomy, Evolution and IxiM
W. 8. and C. T. Tooze have returned
Wurth *1.25 ;
Sparks :i SWll.
soli. John grin* now all from a visit at Salem.
Continents, the first of the week.
over his face like a woman with new
The Webfoot M. E. Sunday School teeth.
There will lie a “Mothers" meeting
J'ancy Itos in Kiiïlhss Fa-
have appointed committees Io arrange
held here next Sabbath at 3 p. tn. to
Star Southmayd moved last week be conducted by Rev. Mary Edwards.
for a Mav-D.ay Pic-Nic, to which all
up to Gopher Valley on S. Potter’s
neighboring schools are invited.
The dedication of the Evangelical
place and a M r. Harris moved where
The Easter concert by the Sunday lie moved from on M. V. Ensley’s Church situated on Chehalem moun
Kehoel at Webfool win a pleasant en place.
tain will tabu place next Sabbath at
The exercises opened
11 a. m.
A tramp stopped at a house one day
with aa anthem by Mrs. Shipley, Miss
Miss Maraud* Hadley closed her
Wolf and Messrs. Stephens ami Win last week when the folks were away
ter. Tbe aged Dr. Farusworth gave from the house except a little girl and school at this place last Friday ami a-
an interesting address on •• Christ’s she being afraid of the rude looking far as 1 cau hear gave goo»l satisfac
<;/' all earieties, at
Resurrection.” The music “ Ou« of stranger, to prevent him from coming tion.
the Sweet Ohl Chupters,” by Miss into the house (»ut the dogs after him,
Grandma Clark is quite poorly at
Wolf ami Mr Winter, “ Something they taking hold of him, and when he present, caused principally by a ba.I
Htill to Do,” by Minees Wolf and l!i- got loose made a hasty retreat.
ley, “ The Old Sexton,” by Mr. Wm-
()i e day la*»t week while Willard
Most evoryoue is rejoicing to see a
ter, “ Rocked in the Cradle of the Buell, a boy ihjrteen years old wa-
Deep,” by Mr. Stephen«, ami “ Home harrowing h»r kirk Conner with four nice shower, and by the fresh appear
of the grass ami graiu it seems to
Go »d to De,” by the Misses Convert, horses they got away from him and
«•»»excellent tn all it« parts. “ No made things quit« lively for awhile ;
o’l er Sulwtitute for Christianity,” a the field being clear and th<*y runulnk
Most of the fl »were were killed about
sei -» t reading by Miss Mary Jones ¡n a •irele were slopped without doing hers during the freeze, hut it seems
■wa-well rendered. Recitntiaim uti«l much damage
that the daisies suiter« i the worst of
declamation« helped to make out th»
Sunday, while a train of cars loaded any for there are but very few left.
//. 1 TS .2
let g programme and keep up the iii -
UTCSt tn the close. We notioe<l noth- with ties was nearing Ballston going
Ir.gat tbe concert different from con jp to SberiiJa*», some of the boys
certs tn the City, except that every vatning to take a ride iiagged th<
woniaii brought her baby, aiid every t . i and had it to stop; by some
no; n his deg— if he ha»l one ; if not, »r e: ns or other in switching three of
the cars were ditched and considerable
come one else brought two.
damage done to other*. The conduc
C om .
ts r «»tiered a reward of ten dollars to
The untlersigno»! oilers for -ale his property
k.row the parties ; but who knew ?
in Happr Valley. Tli* taros eon-or- of -*•-
B ellvi e .
March 26, 1883.
acres ; 200 acres under fence : about 9« acres in
cultivation; gsed b.aise and barn an I excel-
Mr. Llccns, Wirt. Wirts am! Ciins
let. spring gater. AI a 'sir fiourit.? ntilla.n
M< ;i:s, all of tbe Grove, are in town,
one of the be-t sites io Oregon. I will sell
March 26, 18*3.
but intend tn return to-morrow.
rh>. wide property at 41.» per acre—one-halt
lie drouth 1« pl iyed out. Oregon <ia.*h .fawn, the l»al »a*-.- on re»#..liable time.
Rev U. C. Morgan, wife »ml other«
Enquire at tbe fterasrBS office.
of this place have Ireeti attending tbe wvatln*r b .« again come 1» the rescue
meetings at Dayton, tbe past ueek, Wild oat« ami Freoeli pink will flour-
i«li once more.
but returned to-day.
Yo shall Know us
Ladies’ Fancy Goods
------------ : INSTRUMENTS bought.
Money to loan
on good real estate securi-
Apply to-----------G. G. BINGHAM,
Outnpbell’s Building, McMinnville.
/AFFICE at F. A. Hill'» Drug Store, Dayton,
|H. S. MALONEY,
Counselor at ¡Law.
OLf re—Sheridan, Yatnhill Co., Ore jou
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
‘Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
Regular nicctkigs, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn FRANK i.ll l VEK,
wig eomjNinioiis cordially welcomed.
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci«
gars kept for sale. When .you go to Dayton
call and see Frank.
jee!!K, SPHAKS A co.,
House, Sign I Carriage Painters,
1 ! A
ITORNEY AT LAW,
»l< riiunv ill«*. Or«*gon«
A Heal Estate
Eelale and Collecting
Colleel „ Agent, and No-
(¡DO’l Work Guaranteed. Orders from the
pertaining to this line
'le;iar* Public All work pertain.eg
City amt Country so'icitud.
13-ltf. atteiuled I»» promptly
” ‘ \ , Also, man-
ut; »’Hirer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. AM
woi k done with neatnesH and dispatch lTead-
quaiiers under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
Geo, G. BINGHAM,
zitt’y at Law & Notary Public.
Olfice—one door East of Furniture Store,
lie ti in ii villt«, Oregon
Ha> ;»n hand fine Hacks ami Buggies, made
fo»i i the best material and best workmanship,
i ainting and trimmim* done to order.
< viieral Blacksmith and Repairer.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC 1 orae-shoeing a specialty.
W. Da FENTON,
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OR EGON. I
s lecial attention paid to Land Law and Ab-!
■JtrnctH ol Title.
Money to Loan at all times.
Collection» made at usual rates.
Tbe undersigned wishes to inform the peo
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
i Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
m . d ., the best of milk at the most, reasonable rates.—
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
Physician anti hitrgcott, at once can do so by leaying orders at (he Post
W. G. DAVIB.
Oilice—Garrison’s Building, next door to II.
Warren’s. When not in office, enquire at
Robison & Baker’s Drug Store.
DR. E HOWELL
H. R. LITTLEFIELD,
Littlefield & Calbrealli,
FhVMiciitnM and Surgeon«,
SVROHRY A M'KUI I l.
ISIDORE ERTLE, P bo .
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
All orders promptly filled.
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
.< tto awl r.v .3 t
U. II HOYD, 711 D.,
SURGEON <t PHYSICIAN,
—up stairs over Manning’s
/ Store, McMinnville, Oregon*
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
men and Children.
If not in oilice, san be found by enquiring
wt either of the drug «tores.
I’. 8. — Patients have the right to have their
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
a * . /f •///; w,
Offioe—Jail Building, up stairs.
lias returned to his old stand—up stairs in Hi
mond building —with a new equipment of
utensils tor his work, and is now piepared to
From a small size tin-type to a large Cabinet
Please give me a call.
ii two .« /;
Will find it to
Tale* pli-i'.iir»* in inviting Ila* ntlcntioH of tin1
publi»* t»> his new and lino at<«:k of
To cal! at the above Saloon.
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines
MEEI- and Lapmra for Family and ModicHnd iiw.
DBÜG3, STATIONERY, PATENT
CNES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
IOIC. n <’ASWi.1,1,, Proprietor,
NO. 1 SALOON.
Misses. E & N. Hendrick
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
(Hiieceaaor to M. Feker,)
The t»**«t Spirituous and Malt t.iiprors, B4-
l* »’-. Wines, rlc., Ilin market« atfiird. Alao, ‘.fit
tw-’.l ol cigars, and the justly celebrated San
Eram I.-,«, Lager Heer.
Citner Thirl & D Streets,
Farm and r/.ill Property
Th'»« w ho feared a drouth are dis
Mr. Barney. «fTand Swanson are at
WORK HORSES FOR SALE.
work <>n Ball k Co.'s new .«aw mill, appointed and are rejoicing with glod-
to <ee the Oregon mist again.
■ear St. Joe.
z aneen»l «-h»»lf mile« eaat of MeMInnvill«.
'_/ t wo “pun of Work Hone* Will >«elJ for
J. C. Fowler La« taken a relapse an J ca*h
» The farmers cannot grumble now
or on time to #uit ¡»urcl»a-*er.
«Ir«. I*, a. DI.HR.
ab< ut ram—unless they have too much is bed fart again with in fl amatory
to suit them
;>LMNEöö X 1'kor Esoiu.N.tl.
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taken in exchange
for Goods, at ll'.gh-
est Market Price.
411 Ilie Hoveltirw in Mrsiw
and B rini iti i iiyrs fer S.iriiiy.
(Situated at the Depot,)
11, COOK, Prep.
HOTEL lr FÎRST-OLAM In every mr-
We are rea ;y t», info-'n »»ur cnUsniere tira !. '■Mr*
<u ar, l>etng furnfolmd with a«l nimfern
«re ao prepare»! lo show tbe;n ali tbe
I af pili ><<•■*, hik I • i t'.nii bifore Its t'ueete only
I v.ie b-Mt the market affords.
'■ampl :«rocm for the «apeGial AceomiEodatioa
of Gommercial Men.
Wo L ,ve bought these good* at
Bern )mber the place- at tbe depot.
EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES,
Newest Styles ci Winery.
and we are going to *ell them.
V e have a fine a sort ment of Laces anti Tiet
tSp Irtish L<ic<a oml Konr'i/ Itibhona
II. E. RolM*rl«on
Wyul'1 reepeeUully »»uneu.ir ta thia publie
’1» r I»* I»«« »,11,‘ u ' m I .* Yankee Baror, two 4eors
■. -I *»f P'intclli.« r h I * »’«frying «be finest and
is *» *• »'Seil «fork «»I «’andics, I'lKSra, T*4»a»*ces,
•ite., ii the ciiy Am», Htalionery *»f «II kinds,
PrMur» Ereme.-, I*sdie«’ W -rk Boxe«, Perfam-
•iies, ilair Oil«. Album«. I*isri««, all variati««
*»f piptain lact a little of everything.
I »rap iu and «■« me.
E It. ROBERTBO*.