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FH1DAY, AUGUST 20, 1875.
, .Wtq;'. ■
Wheat brings a dollar a bushel
Farm laborers are in brisk « de-
mand in Grand Ronde valley;
Injun summer, you bet.
Lhin county fair will commence
Green corn in the market.
October 5th and continue -|our
“Shoo fly, don’t bother me. 1
Two weddings on the velvet.
Sooh oe time to dig your cabbage.
The A’torian claims, that. Clat
Base ball seems to nave died out in sop county will produce grasg elev
en feet high.
T he W heat P pospect .—Withiu
the last d»y or two wheat has had a
tendency to decrease in price in our
home market, but no reason can be
ascribed for such depression unless it
is for the want of sufficient means of
transportation. During the first part
of the week $1 02 was offered at St.
Joe., the extra two cents, we suppose,
Hull Johnson came very near hav
was the result of competition among ing a runaway this morning.
the local buyers. The price at St.
There is an enormous quantity of
Joe. now is 95 cents, an~ in poor de wheat going to St. Joe., now.
mand at that. At McMinnville and
The merry hum of the thresher is
Dayton the price still remains firm at heard in almost every direction.
*1. When more ships a‘rrive to take
Poppleton is having some
Mr. E. Po
additions put to his resi-
it will again begin to advance a little, dence.
The price at Portland is ¿till
^till firm at | Tbe
B f t mOsphcre has been too full
$1 90 and $1 95 per cental. - W«
see how to get any
of suioke for us to «ee
would vot advise our readers to hold jtwms.
their wheat when they can dispose of
The whistle at the new furniture
it for one dollar per bushel, but our
belief is that it will reach a higher establishment toots regularly three
figure in timo, although it may go times a day.
down for the present owing to the de-I We
,, are losing big money
mand b-jing overruri. Wheat in San bynot”having forty or fifty thousand
Francisco is quoted at $2 05 and $2 10 bishelt of wbeat to sell.
and in Liverpool at Ils 4d.
Our friend Haney is doing a rush
F ooled .—Last Sanday expectation of business at boot making. ■ He has
as to whether Martin Rain-'! reived a number of order« from
aey. Esq., of this place, was going to
Our pal still tarries by the sound
bis I head
Into the matrimonial
. ’ I. i
ing sea. Ho has found good compa
loop or not. Bats that be would get ny. A party from Salem are there
married during the day were freely among whom arc Gov. Grover and
offered but found but few takers. Judge Bon?am.
. The officials who have power to tio
An editor down east has insulted
the double-twisted knot were kept the whole female sex. He says that
under the eye, but the watchers were the ladies wear corsets from a feeling
not rewarded for their vigilance, for1 of instinct, having a natural love for
Mart still enjoys the privileges of the
unmarried man. The reason for all ♦ A boy put a rainbow-hued Easter
this watching is that Mart is a par egg in a hen’s nest, and she fancied
ticular favorite with the boys and she laid it herself. She ./as an old,
they wanted to see him have a squaro experienced hen, but she cackled her
self to death in fifteen minutes.
. A G ood C hance .—Anyone desir
ing to get a good, industrious wife,
will do well to visit this plaee. We
know of four young ladies belonging
to tbe F. F. L.—and who, when they
are not at work, are considered as
among the most fashionable, and who
would grace atiy position in life—tbat
have rolled up their sleeves and went
into the fields to help their fathers
when help was scarce. These girls
would make good wives for either the
rich or the poor man, and one that he
could be proud of.
B orn . -In Lafayette. Aug. 19, to
the wife of I. N. Hembree, a son.
Newt, is happy all over, which is
The following were a few of
the maxims of that king of printer*,
Benjamin Franklin:—Trade is the
mother of monev; be licforehand
with yonr business; soend and be
free, hut make no waste; prayer at d
provender hinder no journey ¡credit
is like a looking-glass,easily biokcn
he who looks not before, finds him
self behind; keep thy office and
thy office will keep thee; they can
never thrive who spend their time
in beerhouses,and in gaming-houses
God helps. them who help them-
Bishop Peck woe serenaded ty
about 50 musicians nt Salen| on
la-«t Saturday evening.
Work has begun on the naifow-
gauge railroad from Con|edo,
Coos county to the Coquilie
The burnt district in the ►wn
of Weston is being built in q ore
substantial manner than, ever? be
T. M. Reed, ha« snhsetibed
$1.000 to the Corvallis abd| Ya-
quina railroad. Ninety-niye more
such subscriptions are wanted.
The Rev. J. A. Campbell,^ who
Ins been for some month pas|)r of
the Christian church at* l^alcm,
preached his farewell sermoj last
In Che Uirtuil Court of the Slate of Oregon
for the County of Yamhill.
Nancy A. Grigsby, plaintiff, va. Joseph
M. Grigsby, defendant.
Bull for divorce.,
To Joseph M. Gflgiby, the above named
In the name of the State of Oregon: Yon
are hereby notified and requtred to appear
in the|above named court, and answer the
complaint filed against you therein, in the
above&ntitled suit by the above named
plaintiff, with’n ten days from the date Of
the service of this summons upon you. if
serveff in thio-countv. and if served in any
other eounty of this State, tnen you are re
quired Jo appear and answer said com*
plaint, within twenty days from the date
of such sei vice, ana if tnis summons be
served upon you by publication thereof In
a newspaper« then you are hereby notified
and required to appear in said court and
answer said complaint on or before the 4tb
day of October, A. I>. 1875, that being the
first day of the next regu ar term or said
court following the expiration of six weeks
publicaiion hereof, and yon are hereby no
tified that if you tail so to appearand an
swer said complaint, for thq Want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to said court for
the relief prayed for therein, which is, tn
brief, for a decree of said court dissolving
the bands of matrimony exist ing between
said pialntiffand said defendant, and for
thecnaiody of the minor children of said -
partieavtiid for general relief.
This summons is to be served by publi
cation, by vi tueof an order of non. H. F.
llonham, Judge or said court, dated Aug.
Hth, 1875. “
RAMSEY & McCAIN.
Atty's for the Plaintiff:
Thos. B. Jack#):', has beep ap-
. > asristant
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vice David Flei-chman, who I re
signed some daVs since. | Mr.
Jackson entered upon thd dis-
charge of his new official d uties
An old hdy aaed aboijt
years, by the name of EstesJ •: Wilf»
resides on the Oregon liank f of the
Columbia river, »ume five oi ? ( mx
miles above the Cascades, mqt with
a serious accident on lust Md nday
morning by falling on ’ the^ floor
and breaking her right leg. |
K. r. BOW«.
L. 3. BOWEK.
HAIR DRESSING SALOON,,
ating bought the shop
owned by J. R. Majors, wish
es to inform the public that be is
now prepared to do. any and all
kinds of work in hii Hnh fa th* lat
hve THOROL’GBLT over -
h a filed sad repaired my BATH
ROOM, those in need of a good
Can b« accommodated reammablt,
In the Cirmit Court of the State of Oregon
for the Cou. ty of Yamhill.
Marv L. Hess, plaintiff, vs. Joseph Hess,
Sult for divorce:
To Jos ph Hess, the above named de
In the name of the State of Oregon: Yon
are hereby n 'tiiied io be and appear in tbe
above named o <rt and answer the com
plaint tiled i-i said t hurt, fa the abote enti
tled suit. again.-tyou by the above named
plai tiff w thin ten days from the date of
the service of this summons upon you. if Jt
be served in this cou ty, and if served in
any other county of thia Stat-, tiled you are
req’ ired to appear and answer said com
p aint within twenty day* from the date of
s ich service, and if this summons be served
upon you by publication thereof, then yon
•re hereby notified and req tired to appear
m s id Court nnJ a swer s.iid complaint on
or before the 4th day of October, A* 0.1875,
that being the first dav of the next regular
term of said Court following six weeks pub
lication hereof, and you are hereby notified
tha't if yon fail so to appear and answer
said complaint, lor the want thereof, the
pLiintitf will apply to -aid Court for the re-
iel prayed for tn s <id complaint wliiqh is
in br efi for a decree thereof di solving the
bands of matr mony existing between the
plain iff and defendant and for the cug ody
of the minor children of said parties and fur
This summons is served by publication bv
order of Jion- B F. Bonham» .Fudge C
Court, bearing date of tug. fith, is75.
M c B ain a RAMSEY.
Attys, for plaintiff.
Dayton to St Joseph*
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WILL rina hack from Dtytoa.to St-
Joe, via lAfsyette, cDunectffig with the
bu«fawis pffifapilj* attended to.
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The Best in the World!
NO ttOCsEKEEPfcB CAN MA^E RWfcEt
E ARE NOW PRF>AREb TO TUR-
AND WHOl-EsOMN BR£ a A) WITH*
nfsh umber, such as flooring, ceil
ccd r ccd
alder st the ¡owi-st cash price.
Thia well known «nd long Wiblfahed
We keep Constan.ly on hand all kinds of
POWDr.iris now tn grett deauind.
Sale« increasing daily» Now 25 grots per
gener 1 build.ng
day to the trade. D. CALLAGHAN now
oH!* looking for
for^ j nod bargains
«ofe manufacti rer and proprietor, use« no
will d<> web to give us a call
drugs—ho bone d»sti pure white eream of
ing els where.~
Tartar, imported direct and ground on th«
K7*»Ve have it and Wil LL sell. tBa
premises, being the chief ingredient.
E. P. a L. X BOWER.
Always on han<f and for «ale «tlowrtt
Callaghan's Yeast Powder, in 1 I d
cans a miperior article.
C*llagk*n's Cream of Tartar in ail
stvles of packages.
In the Cou' ty Court < f the St-ite <f Oregon
for the County of Yamhitl.
Callaghan's Para English Bl-car«
In the matter of the guardianship of the
ate of Sod a and Saleratns*
estate of Louis Rogers Thomas Rogers
FOR SALE BY ALL GRO^IIS.
and Franklin Rogers, minor heirs of
Mary E. Rogers, deceased.
Cream of Tartar Crystals and Est>«
J. W. Rogers, Guardian.
lish Bi-Carbonate of Soda In kefft.
On this 11 th day of August A. D. 1875,
FOB sale ry
conics J. W. Roge’rs. guardian of the estate
A T ramp .— A full fledged speci
A CO., ■Manufacturers,.
of Lewis Rogers, Thomas Rogers. Frank
Street, Sun Frsncisco.
men of oue of these nuisances passed
deceased, and filed his petition, du.y veri
through here last week on his way to
fied, prlying for license to sell the real
property of the estate of hissaid wards,
Portland from up the Valley. His
GnscrB>ed in said petition at follows, tn
wit: The undivided one-eleventh interest.,
cry was bard times and a sore leg and
the complaints generated by excessive in and to ql) and singular tbe tract of land
containing three hundred and seventeen
de i ing a “sit.” We £ave him a
heat, by keeping the blood cool and ; and
seventy-seven hundredths of an acre,
piece, and it was astonishing to see
HATE TWO GOOD FARMS FOR SALK
the bowels free with
and liefm^ part of -the original donation
now quick he fuiind a beer shop. He
Taarrant'i Efferveseemt Seltzer Ap- land of Jfisse L. Henderson and wife, in
nt very reasonable terms—each contain
Yamhill iQiinty, State of Oregon, and more
ing 35*0 acre«.
is a seedly looking pill, sure. He
particularly descrided ns being the west
One 1« situate one mile an«l a half north pf
at once a most refreshing drau light and
says that he would not object to the
naif of claim No. 87, notification No. 1222 Pn
is will improved. Ha» a good
position of bar-tender. tte should
And it appearing ‘o ihe court that it is noc*
think not for the house would never
Mr. Whaley of Cincinnati, in the Sold by all druggists.
essary to sell said estate and that thw sale
' be wanting a customer.
of sai’d real property is and would be for
course of a panygeric upon the Hon.
i And all kinds 6f shrubbeiy of the be-t va
the i»cst interests of the wards of said
riety . The oth*ir is in Chchalcm V al-ey near
John Morrissey, avers that ho excels
the Willamette river. There is a go<>a
G athered .—Dr. Watts has taken
It is therefore orderfid that the next, of
at gnsh. “He is the best gush play
kin of said wards and all parties intrusted
steps towards reforming the morals
• Notice is hereby given that my w fr with in said estate appear before this court on
er I ever knew,” is the emphatic lan oat provocation has left my
’ ' ax 1 board, Tuesday, 'the 7 th day of September,
of some of v the people of this place,
On this pliiceiplenfy of good tiini>cr: about
guage of Mr. Whaley. This suggests and I warn h II per-on« not to < «d | a h-r
A. D. 1875, at the hour of one o’clock In the
by removing temptation from before
0 acres cleared.
R. M. 10
afternoon of said day, and show cause, If
tbe possibility of a new and exalted
Lafayette, Aug. 20, l> 75.
tther of these farms can be secorcd ata
anj’ there be, why the said real property
them. Thoso nice plums hung too
bagrain. Terms easy.
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should not lie sola tn accordance with the
close to the sidewalk for the boys to
For further particulars enquire of
prayer of the petition of said guardian and
keep their digits from nipping them. be induced to abandon his wicked
license granted as therein prayed for.
Is widely known
And it is fur'her ordered that a copy of
They/ir« gathered now.
ways, to forsake the cards, the bottle,
as one of the most
this order be published in the Laiayotte
and tbe dice, and to accept a situation
is hereby given that by virtue . said 7th day of Scpienibcr, A. D. 1875.
D ied .--On August the 16th, at the as one of the assistant pastors of Ply WFOTICE
’ w ot a license and order ot *afe, duly *
- . H. HURLEY,
lÿ <<>urt of f
Aug. 11. 1875.
‘ residence of his daughter, Mrs. Dorr, mouth Church? According Jo the made and entered hy the couniy
the Suite of Oregon, for Yainhif
Attest, K . ROGERS,
tern anu r-..v...d
Uncle Joel Chrisman. The deceased testimony of Whaley, lie possesses in sitting in Pro'mte—op the 4»l) <lny of
the blood. It has The great silver plater clean errand pol
Angu*t, 1875. I will at the< cdnrt house
was born in Virginia, but moved to an eminent degree one of the chief door of said Yamhill county, hvtli i town
stood the test of isher. J”de8pensible to every family. A
of .«fiivette. at tbe It »..r .»f t -n i>‘< lo< k in
this State in 1844. where he has sin<H
fortun- »r agents. Sells at sight. 'Sam-
with a con- ole
th • fort-noon ou Saturday, the 4tlj •lay of
fret. Sfindfotit. Add re«* at once.
resided Had he lived till the 7th ot requisites for that function*
stantly growing rep
otice is hereby given that
KENDALL A CO.
So/tember. A. I>. 1 7.. sell at pnh| ic auc-
next October he would have been 80
b\ virtue and authority pf a tvrir ot
tion tptbe highest bidder Tor go| J coin
MVCRVAVll, based UH
It is estimated that the wheat crop cash inTiaud, .Ji and si giJar ilte f< liowing
years old. The remains were interred
’ execution duly issued our of the Circnlr
’ourt of Yamhill county, State of Oregon, Intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
in the Dayton burial grounds.
of California this season will fall d >crib'-d real property belonging ti the en- i t on
tate oi the minor heirs of T. K. M| ¡l.iaius, ment dock vied on the 14« li day of Septeni-
short of that of last year bj about deceased, t > w.t:
beneficial to children, and yet so searching !
*ber. 1874, in favor Of H, V. V. Johnson.
J ohn W illiamson , - t
W ill P reach .—From * private one third, but that the decreased pro
An undivided one-half interest I an«l to «¿aim Iff and ngainsi George S. Miner.de- as to effectually purge out the great cor- I-
all and singular, the tract of land c mtain-
indant. for thesam of oue hundred and ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous i pr/r
'TP WF kP'fr
letter to Mr C. F. Royal we learn portion will be fully compensated by ing one hundred mid twenty ac ei j being twenty-six
dollars, coin, with Interest a
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,-
one percent, per month from the 8th <la.\
that Rev. Joseph Hoberg will hold the advance in prices. Wheat hjis ol f Noah
and wife, In . Yamhill of Scop tn l>er, 1874, now actually due on or diseases that have lurked in the system*
rnimy, S ate of Oregon, particularly
deft, said Judgment: also the sum ot five dol ars
religious services at McMinnville on become a staple product of that State, cottniy,
Criiiei as “commencing at them
niOu ih of costs, and for wan* Of personal proper.y
- next Sabbath (Aug. 22d) at 11 o’clock and in some years the yield is enor the Yamhill river on Tbe south si»
ii»® there out of which to satisfy said Judgment an I dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
of; tltencvnn tiic south bank of said river tnteresi, I,have levied upon the following cures, many of which are publicly known,'
and at Lafayette in the evening. Let
to the east line cf the Original laml claim described real e*t*ite belonging to said G.
ERSONS WISHING TO INVERT TN
every one turn oat and give him a
of Loiis LaBontc; thence sontlvaldng said S. Miner, defendant, in said execution of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Real Esjftte will <lo wall to call on mo
tule lands, which formerly were re line to land sold by Noah Ro'iinspn and mentioned,
5$, to-wit: ■
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
•vforo rwftvnasing elsewhere.
tii southeast comer oi orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
garded as worthless, havo been re ihe north line cf mldjblyie tractito the I i the
I have lao-l of all varieties, and in qnan-
norili casi one-fourth
of section No
I lé* to «fitt niirchjfshrs.
V aluable H orse .—Dr. Littlefield duced to cultivation, and have proved I
tdwnship No. 4 I south of range No
of said Willamette river to t lie place of be- five west in Yamhill co
county, State of Oru- Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipe
¿£7"RcsldJncc And office in ChchalAn
has just purchased a fine horse from exceedingly productive.
The 8an ginning. Also a like undivided one half gon.
interest in the following lots of fand
Mr. Dick Phillips, for which he paid Francisco Bulletin says that a farmer the town of Dayton. Yamhill, eouffty. d and 1 ' Thonce Worth ninety-two ro Is;
Head. Ringworm, and internal Ul- *
Thence west eighty ro Is:
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach, ‘
ninery- wo role;
$425. We have been told that this on a tule ranch lately sol$ 1,000 tons 26 107 and ISi, of mid town of lhi
1 The ice past
st eighty ro I*
Is to the place o' and Liver. It also cures other com-
horse has pared his mile in 2:45 on of wheat, a part only of his harvest,
B. A. i.ll PlNCf T.
beginning: containing torty-sixacres, si -
the track at a recent State Fair. The for $40,000, holding the remainder Guirdian of Hie ests'e of the miuoi tetre of uate in Ygmhiil county, Slate of Oregon, plainta to which it would not seem Tspcci*
ally adapted, «uch as Dropsy, Dyspen-
T. K. Williams. dac» *»ed.
doctor don’t believe in this slow-coach
Friday, A «fust 91 th, A. D., 1875,
' . ' Aug« st t>, . Î
for an increase in price. This crop
At the hoi r of one o’clock In theafternoon
•' < Î
was raised on an island in the Sacra
, of said da ’, I will proceed to sell in iron:
r!-House door in t be lown of Lu-
A ppointments .—The Oregon Con mento river, the whole area of which l
>inhlll county.iSiate of Oregon, tioas of the scrofulous poisons.
ucflpn to the highest bidder for
It fa an excellent rertoreTof health and ' ' . ,
ference which has been in session at was not worth twelve cents an acre a
id, Tn U. 8. gold coin, the aiiove
fa the Spring. By renewing the
Charge for AJeiee and CuneuUutio.i.
Salem and has just closed its labors,
of one hnndreri
PR'S said to satisfy
, . .. n
* “ —
- and - fivodol-
made the following appointments for there sro 25,000 acres of the marshes
this county: McMinnville Circuit, J. known as tule land this year sown to U7E WILL KE e F CONSTANiLI
ANtLY ON lars costs | Mid accruing costs.
II. C. DALE, -
guor 0« tbe Itfjaiofj I Even where DO disorder ei.il laltiMble workH can lie for.?: lied on all
Moberg; Dayton, W. D. Nichols; timothy and wheat, while 25,000 which we are -selling cheaper than
’of Yunhlii cointy, Ocd-jo.i.
appears, people feel better, and live longm •’’•J»«* of the mxnal orVrit).nrv organa
July 21,11 it»
Sheridan, J. W. Miller.
othpr mill In the county.
cleansing the blood. The system moves <?vWch he has nude an e»pechl nt dr) ri-
acres more have been so well protect
I^rsqiiM who contemplate bnildlm
c f« or
1«- boa !<•’ - from
to tb,eir Mvantage to give trs lavali
rwu cu visor
« . ther «e ,n uniting
C ontract L et .—Martin Ramsey ed by levees that crops will be pro before purchasing elsewhere, . , j è |
; A Drat!
luui to t*erf
BALE ONE OF THE
has been awarded the contract for re duced next year. The reclamation of Boxing..
ebratod PARR EK BROS. Drtech
Charges reawnshe !h<,«*e at
painting the academy at this place. these lands, which four years ago did Peening,
• «í¡^ • • • • • .
loading Sl|ot Gnns, at «.bargain*
When finished it will help th« looks not yield a dollar in value, will add
. •*M i»mp to v:r-
Two set ond-band ùârriags tops tor • [Alfa
euP,5oi,uin’ler /orhbuies and
of tbe town, and will speak well for uext year at least $2,000,000 to the barns »?
iie.’ith. 1’ir s lfic,
we w|t) nfake red ictfona“
Inquire at A. Mutcbler'«
th* getupfuln«*« of our citizchis.
WRIGHT & STOTT ’«ON.
agricultural products of California.
on shop, I »; ay ton, Ysmhifl oofisty, Oregoa.
».n.’ MMsn ami '*urgcvn. 10; I u. re St. N.Y'
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Notice of the sate of Jieal.
Estate by Gaardic^i.
?Ä'O 'p HE RI D E
YAMHILL County; OGN.
items art DMilato
Or. J.C.AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,