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MORRIS, MILES & Co.
N O T IC E S .
— M. tv Goodson lias returneii from
FKIKNl»:? C iU 'K i'lL — S ervices every Sun Portland whore lie has been in the hospi
day at 11 u. m. and 7 p. m. and 'l l»ur>da> ut U tal for u short time, lie is now (topping
a. iu . s itibatli School every Sunday at lu a. m,
M onthly Meeting at U a . ui. the tir>t Saturd.iy at the Railroad House.
in each m onth. Quarterly M eeting the aeeoud
—There is a prospect of another large
Saturday and Sunday in Febrnrary, May,
August uml N ovem ber.
The S an llam O ral l-'ieic«.
The coal fields upon the South Santium
river now being prospected by Win. II
Wutkinds and his partners, piomises to
be a new source of wealth to the State.
business house going up on Center street
coal has been found at several point#
oposite Henry Austin’s new barber shop.
i i that vicinity, and prosiiecting is activi
We cannot give partietiiais yet.
— Air. Toll Thompson, Speeial Agent ty going on. The coal so far found is o
for the State Insurance Company was in ! good quality and burns well, and appears
PROFESSION A L C A K l>S.
Newlx-rg last Wednesday. He rejiorts to lie deposited in large quantities. The
Wat kinds mine is only six miles and a
the State in a prosperous condition.
,i . u n i r M o o i i i : ,
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON. Office, Moore
— il. F. I.ashier, of Sauk Center, Min half from the narrow gauge railroad : and
. Pros , Dr tig Store. New berg, Oregon.
nesota, w as in town a few days this week, if the owners of the railroad will not ex
i He is well pleased with the upfiearance of tend a branch to the mine, which may
W IF \ H rY V DESIRABLE RESIDENT LOT >0x120 FEET IN NEWBERO A\*D
LOCAL N EW S OF M li: W liU K .
" .,l choice > Here fruit tr.ict within e-»xy reach *»f town.
$7-"» down, the remain
Newberg and may conclude to locate here. I k 1 done over a level route without bridg
der in ,) aumiil payments.
This is an exceptional opportunity to make
ing, tin» the owners of the mine will.—
—Paints, Lead and Oil#.
—Mr. T. W. Nash and family, of Todd Portland News.
M oore B ros .
County, Minn., arrived in Newberg last
V « i ? ì f V k " t u - B f Y A C HOICK 10-ACRE FRUIT TRACT WITHIN ONE AND A HALF
M / miles of Newberg,
—See Whitman tita Jeweler’s new 'au.’ Saturday morning, and are stopping with
Mr. Rogers, about two miles north of
Newberg Monthly Meeting of Friends,
— I'sc lied Cross for Colds, for sale at I town.
. V W > ' VILV 1 U f uA. TRAi;T !)F VV)
OF BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED LAND,
ay - \v Î*,“
u,llf h tscHpecl«lya.|?j»|W| to fruit, irr« In or frans, within a few r.»da ol
Newberg, Oregon, departed this life 1st
M u o r i : B r o s .
1 U> !.. ^
■ , 1 ’ .n,u* ° ,u*
half mlh>* of New herir, all this property will be sold
—Fred Churchimn and Henry Alorris month 3rd, 18SJ. She was the daughter
ou long terms by a payment of one-third dow'n." Fartiea'who* wVsl n to invest
town property, or fruit laud will do well to write to us.
—Tiio llailroad House is full of board : are going to bave a woo.1 chopping l«ee to-
of Wm. and Hannah Alaev, and was horn
j day, and will givo an oyster supper ut 10th. month, 1st., 1831, in llandolpli
— For first-class job printing raiue to the i night. They expect to liave a “ wav up” county, Indiana. She was married to
G kai - iiic .
| Albeit Hadley, 3rd month 4th, 1852.
— Joc and Ilugh Concanon are fixing up They lived a ;>eacefull and happy life un
-Miss Jennie Graham went to Port
j haehelors lieadquarters in a small huild- til 3rd month 14th, 18(13, when he was
lam I yesterday.
Oítice over Moore Bros., Drug: Store,
ing on first Street. Tliev will luive a I taken awav hv death, leaving her with
— Dr. Lyle, of Middleton, was in New j very comfortable piace w lieti it is lin- seven small children, the eldest surviving
berg last Saturday,
his father hut one month, leaving her six j
i is h e J .
to eare for and educate, which she did
— .Mr. Hammer, of Minneapolis,arrived
—Abner George it fr y in g his black
faithfully, ever looking to Him who has
in Newberg this week.
smith shop to the corner of 1st and Merid-
| promised to be a “ husband to the widow,
—Mr. J. W. Graham, of l’.uttuvillc. ian streets. Tisis will he a more public
r to the fatherless” for help and
place and u im'u-li better location than the
was in town yesterday.
consolation. She received a stroke ofpar-
—Tiierc will be a shooting match here
1 alvsis lltli month 23rd, 1383, and dur-
! to-dav, on Hurley’s commons.
to » .ni.-i.
Mrs. j Ill”
of l it
was p TT T1 T) "TT m TT T TtT
I .muni j l.t,
I.’I 1880, IV
11 IU.MJ tld.AS
111 HI lAJi I NIP
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V E N I E N T
— Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wiley gave us a
| er ami child are doing well, and Jesse talk seemed cheerful and happy. About
NEXT DOOR TO P. 0.
feels so big and happy that it took half a ten days before Imr death, she said she
— Frank Morris went to Portland Wed dozen men to wallow bini in the street.
had given her children and everything to
nesday and returned Thursday.
W e H a v e
o n H a n d s *
—Lester Smith, of Marshfield, Coos the Lord, leaving the consoling evidence Htivo just compieteli ni» extensive addition to our house, we nro
— Mr. John Kirkley. of Portland, was ¡county, returned homo this week. He to her six children, who survive tier, and
prepared to aeeuntuiotlnte regular or transient customers
in Newberg two days this week.
j has been attending school in Newberg many friends that their loss is her eternal
better than ever before.
this winter. Les. says lie is coming bai k
— Charles M vers has a big contract of
next fall, and bring some new scholars
A p n iiom y N ote*.
,-utting wood forju d ge Hurley.
School was dismissed Monday forenoon,
------W ITH ----
—Miss Lou Mi Gregor, of Salem, is the
—We understand it is the intention oi so that the students could attend the fun
new cook at the Newberg House.
ì lite P. A W . V. U. K. company, to grade eral of Will Iiolston. Nearly every one
—Miss Maggie Inglis is in Portland this the g-ound arouml the depot. We hope of the students were present.
A.Ni» WINDOW SHADES.
Katie Ilolstop, who ha# been attending
week visiting at J. M. Ilolston’s.
they will make this much needed im
school here, has returned to her homo in
—John Sweek, a lawyer of Tualitin call
Portland, on account of sickness in the
to load and unload freight.
ed at the G haitiic ollice Thursday.
family, and will probably not return to
—Last Tuesday night, Alt. Blair heard school this term.
—Martin Cook preached a good sermon
a noise in his chicken house, and taking
at the Friends Church last Sunday.
Martin Cook spike to a large anil atten
Ida shot gun went to see what was the
—Joseph Everest, our postmaster, went matter. He found a tramp killing the tive audience last Sunday evening in the
Chapel of tiio Academy.
to Portland and returned Thursday.
■ hickens and putting them in a sack. Alf
Two additions were made to the roll
—Mr. and Mrs. William Macy, of Day made him drop the two which ho had this week 11. E. Willis, from near Mid
ton spent Saturday and Sunday in New lulled and started him oil' down the road dleton, and Miss Dolly Hardwick, ofNew-
.it the muzzle of the shot gun. The tramp lierg.
The study room would tie greatly im
— Reuben Frank, who has Is-on work
ing in Portland for several months is again
—We made a trip to Portland Tuesday proved if some blinds were placed at the
returning Wednesday, on the Oregon I’a- windows on the south side.
The school was favored with a call by
itic Railroad Company's steamer Win. M.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH. TER. OR CALIFORNIA LAND.
iolt. Tins fine passenger steamer rim- Mrs. Lizzie Judd on last Tuesday morn
in vocal music, at Vincent A Spaulding'
between Portland and Salem, going up ing.
For Information Address at Either of the Following Offices:
A portion of tiio new version of “ Never
tiio river Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri
— lesse Hobson flushed bis contract f
days, and going down Tuesdays, Thurs me anything since.” “ Forthe man she
7ii N. rd St., Portland, Or., Salem, Or. and Newberg, Or.,
~>f),000 railroad ties for the Narrow Gauge days and Saturdays. The officers and w as with was her dad, and Ed’s never
tlie Headquarters o f the Friends.
men are gentlemen ami everything is done anything since.”
Lester Smith left for his homo in Coos
—J. I). Carter, one of Newberg’« leading lone to make the passengers comfortable
•county, on Wednesday morning.
merchants, went to Portland Thursday and tile trip pleasant.
Walter Edwards and Carl Stanley are)
N E W B E R G
W e notice that a \vater-apout hursted
on the sick list this week.
in Kentucky the oilier day.
—Charles Heater, of the Pniouse counti
Since (lie Holidays (lie reading tabli
Washington Territory, is visiting relative spout that would go into business in Ken- lias had hut very few papers and periodi
lucky might expect to burst with no as cals placed upon it.
.A . <3- HE 1ST O I T .
There was a fail attendance at the stu
—Walter Edwards lias been on the si •'
N u r s e i’ v S to ck -
dents praver meeting last Wednesday eve
iist a few days this week, but is able to b
Iteal Estate Bought and Sold. Farms
Cooper A Son, proprietors of the New ning at 4 o ’clock.
Is innor|H>ratcd under tiio laws of the state for tiio purpose of inducing immigration.
Rented and Rents Collected.
Hereafter visitors w ill be excluded from
berg Nursery, liave on hand a full supply
—Jesse Edwards shipped two car loa
Improving our town and delvelopbig tiio many natural resources of
>f nursery slock anil arc prepared to fill the Friday evening Social without they
hare now on hand a large
of tile this week. One to Portland ai
All kinds of work done at
our surrounding country, and is neither a wholly s|iecu-
one to Willamina.
I’ eck A B ushel .
new nursery, near the tile factory, on dent.
iativo scheme nor charitable institution.
—J. M. Wright, proprietor of the New Portland street, Newberg, Oregon.
A newspaper, like an individual, is in
Desirable Farm ing,
berg House, and son Oliver, were in S.i
Card o f i linn ks.
clined to extend most courtesies to its ls-st
Dairy and Fruit Lands
1cm several days this week.
Thinking wa would not see all of tin- friends. And its real friends are sudi as
IF1 O IR,
S A L E .
— Rev. W. C. Ilockett, ami daughter, many good kin I friends wlioshowed their
patronize it in the way of subscription,
i started for their home in Winlock, Wash
Persons Desiring Such Property Will do
kindness in assisting us during mother’s 1 advertising etc. If you don’t do anything
Well to Consult us.
illness, wo take this method to express to for your county pa|a-r you have no rigid lias more titan doubled in size and population the present season, la-cause site haA
—G. C. Christenson is going to build .; you onr appreciation and sincere thanks to expect many favors from it. But very
the natural facilities for making a goo I little city, ami her wide awake
often lliose who patronize a pa|s-r least*,
new i lgine house am’ make i me neccs tor all the assistance given to us.
energetic citizen# are substantially improving and taking hold of
-arv repairs, at his warehouse.
expect tlie most from it.— Itemizer.
N ew b e rg , O regon .
EVANGELICAL C lI l’ IlC H ,— R egular «ervlco
fir.«t aud third Sundays o f eaeh uuuitli at 10 a.
m .; secon d uud four in S tu d iy» at 7 p. in. Sab-
batn School every Sunday at ’l l a. m.
DO Y O U W A N T A H O M E ?
S T O HE F U L L
SAM UEL HOBSON,
MORRIS, MILES & Co.
I J E
Newberg-, Y am h ill Co., Oregon.
W yman’s Furniture Store,
A Large Stock of Furniture of ail Kinds
J. M. WRIGHT.
NEWBEG MEAT MARKET.
W E G U ARAN TEE PORTLAND PRICES.
Call and See Our Stock.
Enp i t e
t a i t a t if fief, Ferii, Fetliry ;id Cue.
HUGHES, B E LLIN G E R & CO.
Real Estate Boaght and Sold.
HANSON & JONES.
Jesse Hobson, Pres’t.
B. C. Miles, Vice Pres’t.
F. A. Morris, Sec’y,
J. T. Smith, Tres’r. ■„
THE CIIEIIALEM V A L L E Y '
B O A R D OF IM M IG R A T IO N ,
BOOT AND SHOE
Newberg, Yamhill County, Oregon.
A. M. Hoskins, Proprietor,
CARTER & FOSTER.
THE OLD RELIABLE
..........O F ..........
J. T . S M I T H ,
P o rtra it & L a n d scap e
perviser, and returned Wednesday.
R oom ov * : r M oori : B ros ., D kco S tori .
NEW BE KG,
OR E( JON.
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots,
IU v s, C onstantly , P rodi
All goods sold cheap and ONE PRICE:
to everybody. No old stock. Call and
see prices and goods la-fore purchasing,
elsewhere. No trouble to show goods.
Highest cash price for all kinds of grain.
T. SM ITH . NO T A R Y PU B LIC.
— Mr. N. L. Wiley went to McMinnvill
j Monday, to make his report as road sn
—J. M. Iiolston, of Portland, ami lib
Portraits enlarged to life size and finished
son-in-law, J. L. Vickery, of Lafayette
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colors.
called at the G raphic ollice, Monday.
------Keeps all Kinds of------
Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Clothing, Carpets
P h otograp h er
One Price Store.
H. C. Hald
— Mr. A. R. Carter is going to build a
| residence in Edu ard's addition, as soon as
he can get the lumber on the ground.
—The usual meeting of the W. C. T. C.
w ill lx» held at Mrs. Ilerij. Miles’ the third
Saturday in this month at the usual hour
—M. N. Davidson and wife, of Kansas,
arrived in Newberg last Monday. They
have rented a bouse and expect to remain
— Mr. James Hammet intends to liegin
the construction of a dwelling house near
the Chehulem railroad bridge, immedi
—C. F. M -ore and 1). E Ilo' oway
have traded residences nnd each moved
into 1 1 is new prope.ty Tuesday ami Wed
E . J . I I aim . ky
S is t e r .
2 c a l I nk tat«? Tm tit t fe r* For • lli** I’ awt. W e e k .
Chehalem Valley Board of Immigration
to l.avinia C. Williams, a part of block 32
in Edwards’ Addition.
Oliver A Coleord to Isodoro Dontallier,
11.48 acres fruit land.
James Crawford to Mr. Miller 1(0 acres;
D. E. Holloway to Mrs.C. L. Moore lots
I, 2 and 3 of block 22 in Edwards' Addi
tion ; «325.
Mary E. Moore to 'D. E. Holloway, 3-
acrcs in the suburbs of Newberg; $800.00.
Jesse Hobson to John Brown, of the
Oregon I.and Co., of Salem, house and
one-sixth of an acre In College Addition.
Jesse llolison to Samual Gause, lets (I
ami 7 of block C in Hobson’s Addition;
John Brown to David Lamb, 25 acres of
the Solomon Heater donation claim ; «875.
business in a manner that inspires confidence in tlie new
II will pay you for the trouble it costs
to file your home paper. No volume in
comers. Almost all lines of business are repre
your library w ill afford you more pleasure,
sented, and our shipping facilities enable
more profit, more lasting benefit. It gives
our merchants to givo
dates of ail local events which you cannot
obtain elsewhere, marriages, obituaries,
legal notices, etc. In short your pu|H-r is
a history of tlie world in which you ar.d
your friends live, and also occasionally re
minds you that you are far behind in sub
River Steamers laud three-fourths of a mile from tiio town at the lowest water mark;
P R IC E S ;
Tlie advantages for fruit raising in Chehalem Valley are unsurpassed
Tlie Rev. dia ries Goss, of Chicago,
said in his sermon last Sunday; "One
on '.lie coast,
single saloon in n town of 3,000 people is
more to lie dreaded than all tlie thieves
and gamblers in thoState. In five years
it will break up twenty families, cause nt
least twenty suicides nnd result in at least
fifty infractions of tlie law. Tlie teats can
not lie counted nor tiio heart-aches num
bered. God alone knows them.—New Tlie stock is mostly subscribed for a large fruit cannery which will lie in operation,1
the coming season. We are now negotiating for a competent runner. Tlie
3 s T 2 ST
IR . T T ,
H IM ).
Variety is the spice of life, nnd tlie va
Board lias tlie business and resident lots of tlie original town for
riety of Iowa’s weather w ill certainly spice
it enough to suit the taste of tin- most fas
J-ininr}- \ l#s>, of Typhnld-PmimofiiA, W il
liam Henry Hot,ton. ageil IS year. 6 months tidious, and tlie man who can't find a day
— Rev. McIntyre, a Methodist minister,
ani t:> «lay..
•if his ideal weather in Iowa should move
of McMinnville, preached an excellent ser-1 \\ il i mi II. Iiolston was born at Cham- j away. On Christmas day Oliver Gause,
men ut the Friend’s Church, lust Sunday poeg, Oregon, June 2 1 -t, 1H70. His parents I wlm lives five miles south-east of town, and
came to 5 a in I ■ i 11 county a short time afu r | is not suffering from either Kansas or Cal
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. SEND IT TO Y O C R EASTERN FRIENDS.
—Tickets to tile amount of $4() for the lus birth, and have lived on a farm, ifornia fever, plowed all day Christinas,
-vera! hundred copies now go east of the Rocky Mountains, ami more copies to go
morning train, and $3) for the evening about llirie miles east ot Newla-rg, until and next day found a snow plow in in ile- They ulso have nice five nnd ten acre tracts near town for those wi.liing a eon'
train, of the I*. A W. V. R. It., were sold alsiut November 1st, 183.3, when they i mand, while the third day showed up as
venient little country home.
For further information call on or
removed to Portland,1 tregon, Where he de fair as a fairy dream. — Lynn ville (lon a;
parted this life January 5, 188ft, alter an Sentinel.
—Mr. A. J. Rhodes has placed a hill [ iilness of four weeks, lie was an exem
for lilinlier with Jesse Hobson, for a rcsi-
The I’liiludelphiaTiniessHys, "theroex-
plary young man, an l was always kind to
j donee on ids projierty in the Oliver A Col- l
exists a popular delusion that tlie Quak
hi# mother and the other members of the
j cord sub-division.
er», at leust the old-time broad-brimmed
family. Willie was very patient during
— Mr. J. ILittorn, from Ankland, New his illness, never murmuring. During sugar-scoop Quakers, are dying out. It
is not so in Philadelphia. Ten or twenty
Zealand, was in Newberg Sunday and tlie latter p irt of his sickness, lie asked liis
Tears vgo |*-op|e said tlie same tiling, hut who do a general land and agency business and have os good a list ol all kinds of
Monday. He likes the ap|x a ranee of the mother: “ Do you think la m going to
the high-hocked benches in tlie meeting-
Heaven? And Oh, I love Jesus so m odi,
country very much.
land os any firm in the valley which they will gladly show intending
houses are as full now as then. Tlie
so very much.” Tlie remains were
—John Brown, Agpnt for the Oregon
truth is that, after eispieting with ’ world-1
settlers free ot charge.
brought to Newla-rg on tlie morning train
Land Co., spent sevral days here this week
ly’ ways and fashions fora season, the
.Monday, January 7, and the funeral ser-
If you want to b iy come where bargains are for sale.
If you want to sell leave
looking after hi# farm ami mill property
young generation of Friends undergo a re- i
Goes were held at the Evangelical Church,
and visiting friends.
your land where buyers come.
at 10 o'clock a in. Rev. Pratt,of Albina,
—Jesse Hob-on lias moved his ofii -c preached an impressive sermon, takirg wavs, even to tlie plain garb of tlie grand Insurance Eliti ted and Money Loaned on Realestate.
Notorial Business Caro»
work into the rear of the Immigration of for his text, Isaiah 2; 22 “ Cease ye from fathers anil grandinothe-s.”
POSTER BILLS, AC., AC.
fice. He is busy, w itli Mr. .Scarce as as man, mlnse breath it in his nostrils; for
A Kansas school ma’am lias introduced !
f ^ P r i n.ptlv anil neatly execute 1
sistant. in "doing up” his business of tin- wherein is he to bo accounted V’ Tlie a new feature in her s-bool. When a girl
past year. All pirlies oaring him are re remains were interred in tlie Friends misses a word, tlie Isiy who spells it gets
quested to call and settle ail accounts up Cemetarv. The berraved family Lave permission to kiss tier. The result is that
to the begining of the new year.
the sympathy of their many friends.
the boys arc improving rapidy.
I è '
Is the best p ossib le A d v ertisin g A gent.
MARIS, OLIVER & W RIGHT,
D one on Sh ort N otice.
H IA TT & HOBSON.
E d itors an d Props.
M A R I S , & O L I V E R , Mpn**gers