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T h « N a rro w «¡a u ge F reigh t S crip
IT. APRIL 14, 1883.
who thought of coming out here to buy
cattle to drive to the valley, had better
bring a drove out w ith you. Teams are
in guod demand at the front. They pay
four dollars and seventy-five ets. per (lay
for man and team, and seven dollars and
twenty-five cts. for four horse team and
waggon, but you must beard yourself and
team. Oats are worth seventy-five cts.
per bushel, and hay thirty dollars per ton.
But soon the grass will be good enough
so horses can do without hay. They want
all the teaincs they cau get. Farmers
are all though seeding, crops look well,
everybody anticipates large crops and high
In thia original project of the Day-
ton and Sheridan Railroad tne com
•F F 1 1 E K 8 .
pany issued bonds known as"F reigh t
Scrip” and sold to the farmers for
'J u d g e ,............. C. À . J o h n s . money to use in the construction of
Clerk........... B o s w e l l S h e l l y .
the road. These bonds were to be
Treasurer....... E. T . M il l e r .
( S. A. Rioos, paid to the purchaser by carrying
Comuussioners, | Jo8 Cbavei( freight for the holder to the amount
. . . . H a r p y H o l m a n , of bonds held.
The road in the
....... W . J. M u l k e y . mean time went into the hands of
or.................... W . P. W iu o u t . the Willamette Valley Company,
I S u p t . , ...............F rank R h il e r .
and subsequently was purchased by
T . J. L ee .
the Oregonian Railway Company of
■s' D oings in P o rtla n d .
Scrip went to protest with the orig
On last week the sad news was inal company; they pleading their
i f flashed throughout the State that inability to pay them. These bonds
M r. Charles Hodge, one of P ort were then bought up by Mr. B. B.
lands oldest and most prominent Branson, and suit commenced in the
cituens had gone the way of all the Circuit Court for their collection.
earth. On Thursday of this week This suit was directed against the
the whole State was startled and original company, and a judgement
shocked by the unexpected intelli was obtained in favor of plaintiff in
gence that E. J. Nortrup, also of March 1881. This company having
Portland, had met with an accident failed, and transfered the road to the
wnick caused hisdeath in three short Willamette Valley Company, suits
hours. I t seems that Mr. Northrup in equity were begun against the in
had a bole cut through the tloor of dividual stockholder of the Dayton
the main sales-room of his hardware & Sheridan Company, and also
establishment intending to use the against the new company, who had
storage purposes. not yet paid up their stock, aud also
W hile the hatchway was still open including all subsequent stockhold
he was looking on the shelves for ers until the value of the bonds
some article,and forgetting about the should be recovered; and also against
opening Lie stepped backward and fell the Scotch Company to set aside
to the bottom of the basement some their title so that the road could be
twenty feet below, breaking an arm sold to liquidate the freight bonds.
and fracturing hiK skull causing Judgement was rendered against tlio
death as above. It is scarcely put defendants, including the managers
ting it Loo strong to say that there of the Scotch Company, aud the road
were i.ot two other men living in seized and advertised for sale. At
Portland who could not huve been this Btuge of the proceedings the
more easily spared than these two Dundee Company sent an eminent
old pioneers who have crossed the lawyer from London to look after
dark river so nearly together. They their interests. Mr. Robertson the
were both prominent business men, newattoruey.dissmissed Mr Hughes,
attorney and ap
having been ¡(identified with tlio the
business enterprises of Portland from plied to the Supremo Court to re
its infancy. They have stood in the mand the cam back to the Circuit
forefront of evev undertaking for Court for a new beating.- This ap
the public good, and were always on plication was acceeded to and the
the right side of all questions .it case remanded hack, and at tho
moral reform. It is - if. to ».,»■ tli it March term was placed in the bands
no two mou exorted greater influence of Souocu Smith, of Portland a t ref
for the moral elevation of Portland eree, requiring such referee to report
society than these two who have just for trial iu the July term of court.
bid it their last farewell. There are The case will then he tried and per
left in the metropolis, perhaps, plen haps carried to the Supreme Court,
ty of men who are just as intelligent, where a final decision will be reached.
and just as good by nature us these
were, but where are the persons so
From a notice iu last woek’s Gaz
energeti" and self-sacrificing for the
good of others, so interested in the ette we learn that our coufere Mr.
public welfare as these two veterans? Woodcock has at length been suc
But they are gone to their reward, cessful in securing the services of
and will live only in the memory of on “ editor in chief” for his paper.
loved ones aud of a grateful public Mr. Woodcock says “ its a boy and
by whom tbev will not soou he for weighs ubout ten pounds.” W e con
gotten. Peace be to their slnmbei- gratulate the overworked editor on
ing dust. May they sleep tlio sleep his lucky fiud, but we pity the neigh
jri the just until the day of eternal bors for the next three months, as lie
waking. And from their ashes may says "h e has lungs like a lion.”
there spring a score of moral hemes We are not so certain about his mak
to fill the vacancy caused by their ing a first class editorial on short
notice, but we are pursuaded from
past oxpbrience that ho will make a
T ro u b le a t McCoy.
first class subject for a number of
On last Thursday the court house editorials, especially if the mother
was litterully packed by an interest hud tbe writing to do.
E ditor in Chief.
ed audience who had gathered to
bear the investigation of the thirteen
of McCoy’s leading citizens who
were arrested on a charge of threaten
ing tho safety of tho prosecuting
witness, one Stowali. It seems that
Stowall had been charged with liav
ing committed a nameless crime ¡ d
the neighborhood of McCoy which
so incensed the entire community
that a paper was written mid signed
by a large number of tbe best citizens
giving him three days to close up
and leuve the place, and threatening
to prosecute him in case lie faded to
comply. Instead of leaving however,
he enruo to Dallas aud swore out
warrants for thirteen of them, aud
they were accordingly arrested and
tried us alio’ o. Messrs. Butler A
P i p e appemed for the prosecution,
and Truitt A Johns for the defense.
The cases never caiue to trial, but
were thrown out, on the ground of
want o f evidence of a threat us
charged. \V h< u the disisiou was
given, a deafening cheer went up
from tbe debghti it spectators. .Stow
all was placed under arrest and held
for trial on Friday.
o i k
■ K i r s o l 1 11.
Rosulmrg Douglas county Ogn.
After leaving Eugene, Springfield is
the next place worthy of notice, situated
on tho East stde of the Willamette with
as tine a water power as any town iu Ore
It is surely a very thriving little
town, and the head of navigation on the
Willamette River, with iih tine a truss
bridge as cau be found in the state. The
country from hero to Cottage Grove dues
not compare with the country north of
Eugene or south of Cottage Grove.
generally mountainous, with timber, R om e
very rich bottom land, which as a general
thing is in hopa, or is being planted to
Lane County alone is having 3 0 0 0
acres planted this spring to hops, while
we are informed that in the entire siate
there will be something over 30(10 acres
planted this spring, look out yo hop moil
in two or three vears from now. Collage
Grove is about the size of Dallas, situated
on the coast fork of the Willamette, is a
very enterprising and thriving town. Tho
town of Voile. Ily is about the size of
Buena Vista, has a brick store, and la
backed by a splendid county.
Valley is the moat picturesque valley 1
Ranging from one-halt to one
mile III width and about tivu miles in
length. On either side beautiful lulls,
covered with their mantle of green, roll
ing enough to make splendid grazing laud,
w ltli no timber save occasionally an oak.
W hile the valley, has all been sown to
grain since the treeze, ami la as green as
jrain generally is in May.
and in the valley is held from tell to
thirty dollar* per acre, but spleuded graz
That Californio ¡»utter Editorial. ing land can be bought for from four to
ten dollars per acre. N e x t is Oakland
W e are iu receipt of quite an in with a population nt about six hundred,
situated iu an open rolling country, at
teresting article written by some present more of a stock country than
farmer in answer to our editorial on farming. Though as a general thing nua-
California butter, which we would ceptable of cultivation. H ere we met
Jessy Ray, formerly merchant at Eola.
be glad to publish were it not for Jessy ia doing well aud likes .Southern
our inviolable rule not to print any Oregon splendidly and ia a large owner in
thing without the name of the au the Bonanza Quick Silver Mines. These
mines are the richest of any on the Pa
thor. I f the writer will sond us his cific Coast California not excepted aud
Same we will be more thau willing cover nearly m quarter section of ground.
The conqiany has leased the mines to
to publish bis article, as it will per- Hodge, Davis A Co. of Portland and cap
open a phase of the subject italists in California who already have in
■right do good. I t is worse vested sixty thousand dollarainmachinery,
and will within the next week begin oper
folly, however, for persons to ation. They have capacity to turn out of
anonymous communications, j the ore twenty thousand dollars worth
publish them. P lea se! quick ailver per mouth. Roseburg
eighteen miles couth of Oakland, has a
names and we will sup- population of twelve hundred, is situated
on the south Um pqua and ie a healthy
if you desire.
Here I met Mr. A.
e in receipt of a beautiful Churchill, formerly of Monmouth, also
Frank Campbell of the same town, and
phic birds eye view of Cali- Mr. John Chase, formerly of Buena Vista.
t us by the publishers of M r Churchill is connected with the Plain-
Mr. Campbell ie praetcing law,
Morning Call. It and ia getting a large practice, and M r
thing of ths kind we Chase is head elerk for one of the lnrg
•n. The Call pnbliah- eet firms in thia place. All like the cli
mate and inviting country of Bouthem
it iitographed to be giv- Oregon. A person would think in te fine
to all persons who a stock county ae this that cattle would
subscription in be cheaper than in the valley, but such ia
not the case. Cattle are higher here than
sily or week- in Polk county. Beef retails at from 16
3S cts. per pound. Beef ia from !> to
f is worth the
I3cta on foot. Pork ia any price you ask
owing to tht
g n a t demand,
r r .
for it, owina
o n r t h u k l . j front of R. R. So you Polk count; mtn
t o r p : d > u v e p -0
SY M PT O M S OF A
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b ia d o , fu lln e s s a !V »r o a r in g , w i t h a d is in
c l i n a t i o n t o e x e r t i o n o f b o d y o r xx.:nd,
I r r i t a b i l i t y o f t e m p e r , L o w s p ir it s , w it h
a f e e l i n g o f h a v in g n e g l e c t e d s o m e d u ty ,
W e a r n es s , D is s in e s s , F l u t t e r i n g a t t h e
H e a r t , D o t s b e f o r e t h e e y e s . Y e l l o w S k in ,
H e a d a c h e g e n e r a lly o v e r th e r ig h t eye,
R e s tlo s a n e s .i, w i t h f i t f u l d r e a m s , h ig h ly
c o l o r e d U r in e , a n d
Any one wishing to procure pure blood
Plymouth Hock chickens for breeding
purposes would do well to correspond
with Mr. J. U . Garrison, Forest Grove,
Oregou. Mr. Garrison has taken grrnt
pains to secure tbe purest stock of this
famous breed of chickens. Every farm
in the State ought to be stocked with some
good breed of chickens, aud we are fully
pnrsuaded that the Plymouth Rocks are
the very best. The following are his
prices: Males, each, $3; females, each,
83 .50; pairs, $5; T rios $ 6 ; eggs per. doz.
$2 50; two (iozeu, 81; three dozcu, $ 0 .
Another fearful hotel disaster oc-
cured at Greenville, Texas, b y tlio
fulling of the walls of a new hotel.
The building was not considered safe
from the first, aud about two o’clock
on the moring of the 5th the build
ing gave way with a tremendous
crash. Thirteen persons are known
to have been killed. Tho wreck
took fire and burned the imprisoned
victims beyond recognition.
P . O . B o x 5 8 3 .........................
t Dallas, Oregon
I IT A R H E S S and B A B B L E S .
A L SO A L A R G E STO CK OF
Always on hand, a Fine Line of
M E E R SC H AU M
P IP E S ,
If V 8
tug plenty «1 room tne ' ■-'«> O'- not i.-ccm, l.i'v
in a few week*«. »8 is the cr* with »mull
hives, which are s - i . ii till* .I: :tn<l ¡h.'i-- >- n -t. a
point about th* Dive which i-> n ui: hnpio»«-
l'unt over the ohl BtyicB. Mr. .M. V. Kn«ley
of Willaimna. Yamhill connty, is the patentee,
ftnd Mctara. VV*lli A Clark, of Buena Vista,
Polk county, aie the agents for thia county
ami counties south. Those who keep bees will
do well to ¿all am! examine the hive.
D. C. SALING,
B y buying at dealers’ prices. W e will
sell you any article for family or per
sonal use, in any quantity at W h olesale
W h a te v er you want, send for
our catalogue (fre e) and you will find
it there. W e carry in stock the largest
variety o f goods in the U nited States
M O N T G O M E R Y W A R D & Co.
aa 7 & 229 W a b a s h Avenue, Chicago
F . £>. ItfcDOWELJL.
11. V. V.
D . J. J
am es .
Wil'amina, Or., Jan 25th, 1883.
M e s s r s . W e l l s A C l a k —I . e iit h m e n
th o u g h t I w o u ld le t y o u k n o w s o m e th in g o f
th e w o r k in g o f m v h ive.
I p aid A ir. K n s le y
$50 fo r th e on e 1 h ave.
I pu t 4 s w a rm s in to
th e h iv e th e 21st d a y «if M a y last.
A n d th e
h o n ey flo w con tin u ed g o o d t ill th e la s t o f Ju n e,
d u rin g th a t tim e th e hoes tilled un th e b rood
c h a m b er an d m a d e t w o hu ndred pounds o f
h o n ey in th e surplus sells, o r fra m es, besides,
m a k in g in a ll a b o u t 600 pounds o f h on ey.
h a v e a lit t le g ir l n in e y ea rs o ld th a t can ta k e
ou t on e pound o f h o n ey, o r as m uch as she can
c a r r y , a n y hour o f th e d a y . T h e h iv e is in
e v e r y res|>ect p e rfe c t, an d I w ou ld n o t lie
w ith o u t une, fo r m a n y tim es its cost. Y o u rs ,
H es ik iah B a il e y .
In tra n s fe rrin g th e bees in to th is h iv e , a fte r
p u ttin g in as m a n y s w a rm s as y o u w ish , keep
th e h iv e shut up fo r t w o d ays, so as t o g iv e
th e queenH tim e t«. g e t d«m e ligh tin g.
Vll th e
q u een s b u t on e * ill be k ille d «*ff b y th a t tim e
Drugs and Medicines,
O.NLOXTA. New York, January 6, 1881.
Early last summer Messrs. B. J. Kendall k Co., of
Fnoshuifch Fails, Vt.. made a contract with tho pub
lishers of the Press for a half column advertisement
for one year, setting forth the merits o f Kendall's
Spavin Curo. At the same tim e wo secured from tho
firm a quantity o f books, entitled “ Dr. Kendall's
Treatise on tho Horse and his Diseases, which we are
giving to advance paying subscribers to the Press as a
About the time the advertisement first uppeared in
tills paper Mr. P. O. tichennerhorn, who resides near
Colliers, had a spavined horse. He read the adver-
tUcuieut ami concluded to tost the efficacy of the
remedy, although his friends laughed at his credulity,
lie bought a bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure aiid
commenced using It on the horse, in accordance with
the directions, and he informed uj this week that it
effected such a complete lu re that an expert horse
man, who examined the animal recently, could find
no trace of the spavin or the place where it hud been
located. Mr. Schci nicrhorn has since secured a topy
of Kendall's Treatise on tho Horse and his Diseases,
which he prizes very highly, and would be loth to
part with ut any price, provided he could not obtain
another copy. So much for advertising reliable srti-
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEW
ELRY AND SILVERWARE.
C o n i i n m 'l a l
H. M. LINES & LAWRENCE,
— MANl'FACJTRKS AND DKAI.KK3 IN—
F u rn itu re ,
S p rin g
Which will be sold at Lowest Prices.
Successor to W. C. Brown.
D a l l a s , Oregon, Marcii 8, 1833.
¡•tire W ines mid Liquors,
JOHN E. SMITH.
M cCoy, Polle County,
-D E A L E R IN
AND DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Two Doors North of Post Office.
D ALLAS, OREGON,
A V IN G PURCHASED T H E ABOVE M ILLS,
we are now prepared to do all kinds of
Grist and Custom Work
Promptly and in a satisfactory manner.
Give us a
WllJJON 4 HOLMAN.
D allas , Oregon, January f>, 1883.
A . .1. G O O D M A N ,
.Successor to Cooper Bros.),
Mares not proving with foal, can be returned next
iL 3 > J ]D
T O IB ilC C O S
Aud W ines and Liquors for M edicinal Purposes.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
C A P IT A L , Paid up in U. 8. Gold Coin,
COIN ASSETS, December 31, 1880,
Incom e fo r 18S0,
Losses, paid since organization,
Losses Paid in Oregon,
1 7 4 ,9S9.GC
200 , 000 . 0 !
A N D PEDIGREE.
JBSSE B., bright sorrel <*olt, foaled in 1878, and
got by Norfolk. Foaled the property o f Theodore
Winters; now owned by Wm. Magee, near Salem,
Oregon. Has tw o white hind feet, and a narrow
strin in the face.
First dam, imp. Ladyjftne. by Marauder. 2nd dam,
Jane Shore, by Panumnn. 3d dam, Elbe Deans, by
Skip. 5th dam. Dispute, bv Partingtor. 0th dam,
Gift, by Young Waxey. Norfolk was by Lexington,
out of Novice (sister in blood to Rifleman) by Glencoe.
Lexington was by Boston out o f Alice Carnes I, imp.
SarjH-hon. It will therefore be seen that in Jesse are
combined the very best strains of American and
English racing bio.si.
For further particulars apply to
WM. MAGEE* Prop ietor.
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Bankers, Ladd A Tilton.
GEO. L. STORY. Manager Oregon Branch
w ell know n
<!OOI> T E A M S ,
Brai New now G
D. B . B U S H , Special A gent.
J* F E R G U S O N , A g e n t, Ind e p e n d e n ce .
B . 11. R R O O K N .
B I RNM A
G roerles and Provisions,
C O ., P r o p ’ r s .
(Heretofore at the head of the
Rcedville stud) will make the season
O z A . ° f 1^-63 as follows:
North Yamhill, .\londa\s; Lafayette. Tues
«lay»; McMinnville, Wednesdays and Thurs
days; Bellevue, Fridays and »Saturdays.
Hambletonian Mambrino is a beautiful dark
bay or brown, 15 hands 2k inches high anti
weighs over 1,100 pounds. "He is unsurpassed
for style and beauty; long-bodied, with a rangy
neck and blood-like head. He is heavy-mus
cled, and as for feet and legs no horse can excel
Of his prepotency as a sire there can be no
doubt. A ll his colts have the impress of his
high form and superb courage, and when
placed on the market have, so far, commanded
(at the same age») as high a price as the get of
any horse in the North Pacific.
j luring the last year his get was awarded
many premiums and was the winner of the
hree- 3 ’ear-old three-in-five races at Vancouver
>nd the State Fair, defeating in both races the
¡nest field of three-year-olds that ever came
ther in the Northwest.
PK D K t UKE. — Hambletonian Mambrino
was sired by Menelaus (the sire of Cleor.», rec-
>rd, 2.18jf, and «old for 815,000), he by Rys-
First dam. Olean, by Border Chief.
Second dam, Olinda, by Olive**.
Third dam by Chorister, he by imp. Con
Menelaus* first dam, Jesse Bull, by Long
sland and Black Haw k.
Second flam by Young Duroc, lie by Duroc,
«e by Diomede.
Third dam by Coffin's Messenger, son of
Bonier Chief, sire o f Olean, was by old
lambrino Chief, first dam by Highlander,
cond tlam by Glencoe, thinl dam by Post
\ov, son of Henry that ran vith Eclipse.
Thus it will be seen that Hambletonian
mambrino has eiidit Messenger c ris e s and
ditt s the two greatest strains of American
rotting blood those of Rysdyk’s Hamble-
"ni:m and Mambrino Chief, being a lineal de
fendant of imp. Messenger on each side of
he house. To this, the very quintessence of
Vmerican trotting blood, he unites the rich
acing strains of Glencoe, Wagner, Chorister
nd P*v t Boy, famous in the annals of the ruu-
iing turf on lw»th sides of the Atlantic. He
Iso has the Bashaw blood, through Long
sland Black Hawk, the first horse that ever
rotted below 2:40 to a road wagon.
Terms.—835 to insure; 825 l>y the season.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but
io resiMmsibility assumed.
W M . < J A L L < )W A Y ,
Bellevue, Yam hill Co.,
ir, L. B. L in d s a y , lleedville, Ogn.
M o llr ito r .
n O K K IN O V .
WM. S T A R i E U .
9. K. FLOURING M ILL,
IN D E P E N D E N C E , O R E S O N .
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
R a il« « . O r tfo n .
HARK1N ÓC B U R G ,
M K N lftlT
Wilson & Holman, - Prop’rs.
T L l U l i . - $ 3 5 l o r th e S e iw im .
P IL E S !
LVCO RPO UATED
All work Warranted.
DALLAS CITY MILLS,
W ill make the season o f 1883, commencing
A pril 1st and ending July 1st, on Mond.ns
and Tuesdays at Darias; Wednesdays and
Thursdays at in.» farm, 4 miles from Salem, on the
Salem and Dayton road; Fridays and Saturdays at
Ford «x El.is' stable, Salem.
SOLD B Y A L L D R U G G ISTS
Furnishing Goods, Dress Goods, Etc., Etc.
o c jx .
. i i ; s s i : u .
Is sure in its effects, mild in its action, as it does no
blister, yet it is penetrating and powerful to reach
every deep-seated pain or to remove any bony grow th
>r other enlargements, such as spavins, splints, curbs,
callous, sprains, welling«, and any lameness
¡llargiriuents of the joints or limbs, or for rheuma
tism iu man and for any purpose for which a liniment
s used for man or beast. It is now known to be the
best liniment for man ever used, acting m ildly, and
yet certain in its effects.
Solid adurc.--i for Illustrated Circular, which w
think gives positive proof o f its virtues. No remedy
has ever mot with such unqualified success to our
knowleege, for boast as w ell as man.
Prieo 81 per bottle, or six bottles fo r $5. A ll drug-
.dsts have it or can get it for you, or it will be sent to
ind address on receipt o f price by the proprietors,
DR. B. J. K E N D A L L k CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
G R O C E R IE S, H A R D W A R E , HAMBLETOMN
Sales Room on Main Street, tw o doors north of
Vandnyne k Smith.
•bout 175 page», CüO illustration», price», accurate
description» and valuable direction» fo r planting
1500 varieties o f Vegetablo and Flower Hoed»,
Plants, Fru it Trees, etc. Invaluable toaU , espoc-
h>“ y to Market Gardeners. Bend fo r it !
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P atten ' s M il l **. N. Y., Fob. 21. 1878.
D r . B. J. K endall , Dear Kir: -Tho p c,»cu m r case
n which I used your Kendall’s Hpavin Cure was a
malignant ankle sprain o f sixteen months' standing.
Ilia d tried many things, but in vain. Your »Spavin
Cure put the foot to the ground again, and for the
first time since hurt, in a natural position. For a
family liniment it excels anything we ever used.
R e v . M. P. B e ll ,
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. Y.
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of
lia n d
W ill b e m ailed f u e r to a ll up leant», anti t _____
to m o r* o f last y e a r w ith ou t oi lo ring it. I t contain»
KENDALL’S SPAVIN CURE
C. E. WORTHINGTON,
G E N E R A L
Which we will furnish at REDUCED PRICES.
^TEBR YÄ j
ON H U M A N
Please call and price the goods and you w ill see
that I am in earnest.
M. M. E LLIS ,
For medical purposes. Competent person always on
hand to fill prescriptions.
D. C. BALING.
B allston Oregon, November 8,1882
W e also keep a LARG E ami W E L L SELECTED
wENDALL’S SPAVIN CURE
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
I k i n d « ot w o r k I n o n r l i n e
d o n e t o o r d e r o n S h o r t \oll<*<*.
Y oungstown , Ohio, May 10, 1880.
D r . B J. K endall »te Co., Gents: I .had a very
valuable liambletoni%n colt, which 1 prized very
highly, lie hud a large bone spavin on one joint and
a «mall ne on the other, which made him very kune.
I had him under tha charge of tw o veterinary sur
geons who failed to euro him. 1 was one day reading
tne advertisement of Kendall's ¿pavin Cure in tho
Chicago Express, and 1 determined at once to try it,
m l gut our druggists here to send f»-r it. They or-
c/e<i three bottles; I took them all and thought 1
would give it a thorough trial. I used it according to
•••.ir»;»--lions, and the fourth day tho colt ceased to bo
lame, and the lumps have disappeared. 1 used but
ic i-ottle and th. colt's limbs are as free from lumps
¡id a -innoth as any horse in the State. He is en-
t ir .'y ,-.!<•
The cure wus so remarkable that I let
two of icy neighbors have th? remaining two bottles,
| and they are now using it. V ery respectfully,
L. T. F oster .
GENI MERCHANDISE offered in this market.
Fiorn Col. L. T. Foster.
There is no doubt or question but I shall sell them
very much low er thim the same goods have ever been
lie d **
C .tS H N o n
— AND ALL KINDS OF—
< A S K F / I 'K m i d
GO O l
F A IU C Y
Just arriving, a large and w’ell-selected stock o
establishment, I propose to conduct it in first-
A hure Cure f«>r Blind, Bleeding, Itch
cless shape. Always in rwuiiness,
ing anti Ulcerated Piles has been discover
A F IN K STOCK OF A L L K IN D S OF
ed by Dr. W illiam ,(an Indian Remedy,)
called D r. W illiam ’s Indian Ointment.
A single box has cured the worst chronic
A T L O W R AT ES.
I cases of 25 or 30 vears standing.
j one need suffer five minutes after apply- P a r t i c u l a r A t t e n t i o n P a l « t o T A s *
« « R o l l « . ■ » » n s and < m i n i l i » *
• le n t S to c k .
i ing this woudorful soothing iredic;ne,
MOI s. Elr., Mr.
| Lotions instruments and electuaries do
Accommodation of Commercial Traveler* a ftpe-
A. J. GOODMAN.
First door North of thr Dallos Hotel, M»m st. more harm than good. W illiam ’s Ointment J l » M r « s » i N i « . 1‘eeetnb 10, 1W2.
absorbs the tumors, allnys the intense
•|»r.7 M RS M K. S W A I N . Proprietor,
itching, (particularly at night after get- I
ting warm in bed.) acts as a poultice, gives |
instant relief, and is prepared only for
Piles, itching of tho private parts, and
Lawn Arbor, Polk County,
for nothing else.
-----DEALERS IN ------
brad wliat the Hon. J. M. Ooffinberry ■
Has Inst received a new lot of goods, such os are
of Cleveland has to say sbont D r. W il usually kept in a - hid try store, which be will eel), for
liam ’s Indian Pile Ointment;
1 have '
used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords j
C ash o r P ro d u ce.
me pleasure to say that I have never |
found anything which gave such immedi- j n » w r Own .n r M « In Polk C ount, Hr mrt-
r it i arm a » , i r o n e r o .
•>'**n™. .n.1 will nnnrtnr. to « « H t k.
ate and permanent relief as D r. W illiam ’s ***■•*
I k . truth it ,< h M il ( t r . him > rail
F r u i t « , N u t « , t M u n t ile «, ^ ¡ o f l o n * ,
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price, $ 1 . 00 .
» ‘J O . O O O !
Hodge, Davis A Co., wholesale agents,
K t«., K t«.
V f O W T T n L O A T OJ« L » T O O » . « « U T TIM K
independence, - - O g n .
IN D E P E K D E IIC E .
D R E SS k fi'O
AT COST, FOR GASH.
J ohnson .
E nh lk y
I know it is the practice among a great many m e r
chants to sell a few leading articles at cost hut they
must make it up on something else. 1 intend to
strictly adhere to very Low Prices in everything I
I----- A N D -----
Of Every Description taken In exchange tor goods,
and the highest market price allowed for the same.
ESrCall and examine st«»«k and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. Also keep a full line of
Yamhill county, Or., Aug. 15, 1882.
Sir: I put three swarms of
bees in the Monarch Bee-Hive that 1 bought
of you on the first day of June, aud they have
tilled the brood comb chamber full, and one of
tiie top boxes, giving me 35 lbs of tine surplus
honey; and I am satisfied that if 1 had put the
bees in at the commencement of the honey
season, they would have tilled the hive full.
You did not claim enough foi it. If l should
tell you what I think about it you would tnink
I w as tr y in g to flatter you. I t is perfection
in th e sha|>e of a bee-hive. Respectfully,
you can get them the cheapest.
—■ - BKAUTICAL—
E K E E P A COM PLETE STOCK IN OUR LINE
ami will sell as cheap as the Maine goods can
be got in Portland. Do not take oar word, or other
o word for it, But come and see our goods and
f h a v e th o r o u g h ly tested th e
hive in e v e r y resp ect. 1 am satisfied , i f 1 d id
l>ay >50 w h ile th e y a re n o w s e llin g fo r $35.
You cou ld n o t g e t it fro m m e a n d de]
ep n v e me
o f it fo r fiv e tim e s th a t am ou n t.
J ohn H arney .
From the Onconta Press. N. Y.
A% % t
McMinnville, Or., July 20, 1882
Mr. E n h l k y - Dear Sir: The Monarch Bee-
H ive 1 bought of you last spring I am well
pleased with. I think they are a perfect suc
cess. Respectfully yours, C . D. J o h n s o n .
S T R E E T .
a v in g
purchased th e
e n t ir e
s t < x : k
of goods formerly owned l»v Alex. Patterson, I
will sell the same, for the next Thirty Days,
U PH O LSTERED W O RK, ALB U M PIC TU R E FAMES*
W A L L BRACKETS, A N D W IN D O W SHADES.
McMinnville, July 26, 1882.
M r . E nsley -Dear .Sir: The Monarch ) ce
ll ive 1 bought of you last spring is all that it
was claimed to he. I put three swarms in it—
two old and one young swarm together in it,
and they went right to work anti are doing
well up to date.
A dams , N. Y ., Jan. 30, 188*¿
D k . B. J. Kir.’ DALb
J '* i V” ’
Ha» ing used* ■
j guotl deal of your Keiumirs
.spavin Cure with great
hi ii.Ull • b|«vin
I success. I thought 1 would let you know what it h««
I done fur me. Two years » kg 1 had as speedy a colt al
was ever raised in Jefferson County. When I u »«
breaking him, ho kicked over the tiroes Par and uut
fast am? tore one of his hind legs all to pieces l
' ployed the best furriers, but they all said he u-G
| «polled, lie had a very la r;o thorough pin, anj .
I used two bottles of your K ciu I u II' h Spavin Cure and
it took tlio bunch ontiroly off, and lie sold afterwards
for $1,SCO (dollars). I hnvo used it for bone spavin«
and wind galls, and It has alwuys cured eonnVl»t..iv
loft the leg smooth.
[ is a Hph udld medicine for rheumatism. I have
Jinmended it to a good many, and they nil auy ^
does the work. 1 was in W ithorington
drug Btore, in Adams, tho other day and caw a very
fine picture you sent them. I tried to buy it but
could not. They suid that If I would write to you
that you would scud mo one. I wish you would, and
1 \vi 1 i do you all tho good I can.
K. S. L yman
offer fo r sale, cml in
McMinnville, Or., Aug. 9, 1882.
M r . E nsley — D ear »Sir:
Bee-Hive I bought of you last spring has prov
en a perfect success. I stocked it with three
old swarms put together on the 25th of last
May, ami the brood chamber is nearly filled at
present date, without putting in any comb to
start with. It is all that is claimed for it, and
1>. O. D urham .
McMinnville Or., Aug. 8. 1882.
M r . E n s l e y —Dear Sir- The Monarch Bee«
Hive I bought of you ia April last has proven
a success. 1 put two swarms of bees in It, and
they worked splendid. Being an old bee keep
er, and having seen almost all kinds of hives,
1 must Hay that the Monarch takes the lead for
the bees storing large amounts of honey, with
the least trouble in removing, and in most per
fe c t security.
»S. F . H a r d i n g .
B E S T V A R IE T Y . A N D F IN E S T Q U A L IT Y OF
H U G G Y HAI I NKSS— —
Saved Him 1,800 Dollars.
Is that you do yourself justice by buying goods where
McMinnville, Or, A pril 13, 1882.
M r . E n h l k y —Sir: The Monarch Bee«Hive
I bought of you laut .spring has given me good
satisfaction, and I think the hive a perfect
W m . H embree .
J. K. C
The Muxl NurvFMfiil
«ver discovered, m it is certain in Its effects m..i i ^
net til «ter. H E A P l i d m l H K t.uw
IN N H E STATE.
Bellvue, Or., July 26, 1882.
M r . E n s l e y —Hear Sir: The Monarch Bee-
Hive I bought of you [ am well pleased with.
1 stocked the hive with two young «warms of
bee« and one old one, put together, and so far
as I can see the working of the hive is fully up
to what is claimed for it. I am so well [»leased
with it that I intend to get another one of yon
BUCCY WHIPS, BRIDLES, HALTERS, COMBES & BRUSHES,
Cigars. Tobaccos, Etc.
It. K. O. W E S T S NERVE A N D B R A IN T R E A T
m eat, a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul
sions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of
Memory, Spermatorhoca, lmpotency, Involuntary
emissions, premature old ago, caused by over-exertion,
self-abuse or over-indulgence, which leads to misery,
decay and death. One box w ill cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month s treatment; one dollar
a box, or six boxes for five dollars; sent by mail pre
paid on ro ieipt of price. Wo guarantee six boxes to
cure any case. With each order received by us for
six boxes, accompanied with five dollars, we will send
tho puri’haso; our written guarantee to return the
money f the treatment does not effect a euro. Guar
antees issued only by
W OODARD, C LA R K E k CO.,
Wholesale and Uetud Druggists, Portland, Oregon.
Orders bv m ail at regular j »rices.
T h « Monarch ia the chief of bet* hives. As
a rooniy, conviently arrarnged and «teure Live
it Im« not an equal. It ir» very large, hold ing
about 880 imunda—the broodchauibers hold-
ing 430. The honev ch am her« aie so arrangcl
that tlie bet*» can be shut off from them aftu
they are filled, giving th e m fi
’I .'-: fjOIlJ •
! t o t. t un. ; •d chant- 1
.1:6 ttUtsido of ti
t;aiiH thu ht-in y,
S t o c k < »i
(Successor to Alex. Patterson).
PATENTED BY M. V. EKSLEY.
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to make money. We want many men, women, boys
and g il ls to work for us right in their own localities.
Anyone can do the work properly from the first start.
The business w ill pay more than ten times ordinary
wages. Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who
engages fails to make money rapidly. You cau devote'
your whole timo to tlio work, or only your spare
moments. I ’ u' information and all that is needed
sent free. Address S tinson 4 Co., Portland, Maine
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changed to a G lo ssy
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A t the lowest |>ouilile i»te«. Th e »chool U «upiiltoi. '
»re tlwunwt pi-icticuUnl
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y ' l l
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diploma«, visiting or wedding card«, etc., executed tn .1 ' r
r tcularm, .end for the “Columbia Commercial ( olleg. „ounial.
A d d re ,
B lac k by a single application o f this D y k . It im
ports a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold
by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt o f fi.
speople are always on the lookout
' tv. S. J »MLS, Principal.
D EALER D i
TUTT’S HAIR DYL Mill Street,
h is k k f s
Druggist ::: Apothecary, THOROUGH PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDI CATION
T U T T ’S P I L L S u r e e s p e c ia lly a d a p te d to
s u c h c a s e s , o n e d o s e o il'o c ts s u c h a c h a n g e
o f f e e l i n g a s t o a s t o n is h t h e s u ffe r e r .
T h ey I n c r e a s e t h e A p p e t i t e , anil cause the
body to T a l e o n F le s h , thus the system Is
n o u r is h e d . _n.l t>y lh< ir T o n i c A c t i o n on the
D ig c a t i v c ( L r f i i m , K Sctiu lu r K l o o ls are pro
duced. P rice 'J* tviits. U5 M u r r a y S t., X . Y .
An institution d«rfm .d to , . b » wHUn the reach of t h . young an,l ml,\M « H
the facilities for obtaining ft
rs.-y«-' • fr*-**-
St'CCCBMOft TO RI008 k MILL*«),
O r a y H a ir
C O L U M B IA
JASPER R. M IL L E R ,
N . B. W ils o n & Son, P ro p ’ rs.
HORSES. CARRIAGES AXD LIVERY
A t the moat reaxonahle rate«.
B U R N S * M O R R IS O N . PrninM-»™
T H E B E LT HOUSE.
tlAVIX fl LEASER THE ABOVE MILLS. WK
1 arc now prepared to do all kinds of
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KxeeatoR ia Itailaa and Amer
T k o p e ik t o r .
Iiiflc p c iH lc n c f. O gn .
C ris t or C u s t o m W o rk
*n short notice. We always have Flour on hand to
tchanya for Wheat, and can furnish
Bran, Shorts and C h o p
° «or rnannwra >t prim th.! d<r ro»petia»«
^ T H I K E LT HOUSE HAS CHANGED H AND S AN D
» Sr»* class bous* I« m r r rosy ori.
ck»«u v t<* uunal lots, furnished t .
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