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Open air concerts by the string band, its profits and pleasures,” to be opened by
Notice ÍPliis Î
forms quita an entertaining feature in our Rev. E. S. (’raven, and also discuss as to
whi ther we shall have another this fall or
NEGOTIABLE : INSTRUMENTS bought.
not. We’hope all who are interested in
*- ' Monev to lo
loan on good real estate securi-
Published Every Thursday, at
James McCain went to Dallas last Saiur- keeping up the fair will be out st the next
G. G. BINGHAM,
Jay. he to attend district court, the f am il y meeting.
T eetotaler .
M c M innville
ori gon on
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a po«-
Frank Fenton left us to attend the Polk
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
county term of district court.
Mouth. Sold by Rogers <t Todd.
Editors and Proprietors.
Saturday night at half-past eight the fire
bell tapped a call for citizens to meet and
form a fire company. Quite a number turn
i)f fee—Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregon
U Notary Public.
ed out to the court house and effecterl a tem
vine copy per year, in advance.............. . $2.50 porary organization by calling A. R. Bur
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
............. . 1.50 bank to the chair, and Frank O’Conner, Sec.
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
Remarks pertinent to the occasion were
made by several citizens, after which a com
mittee on permanent organization was ap
point od consisting of D. I. Corker, R. P. Un-
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
german and John Hulery. Meeting adjourn
ed to meet next Saturday evening.
ing coinpunions cordially welcomed.
Mr. Hendrick, county assessor, was in Will I stand the ensuing season, commencing
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci
town this morning, lie reports good prog April ¡1 1st and ending
gars kent for sale. When ¡you go to Dayton
w July 1st, 1883, at Me
ress in his work (if getting valuations, and Minnville Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays,
call and see Frank.
Splendid shower and the grain looks well. thinks he will get through in good season.
Wednesdays at Amity ; Mondays ar.d Tues
It is now pretty generally conceded that
Mr. Reddy, our new comer, is attending
STERLING F. HARDING.
all the first sowing done on ‘’frozen out”
livery btable for K. McKune.
ground will be ruined by the wild oats. Ow
ltov. Fairchild, Presiding Elder, of the M. ing to the extra amount of spring work
ATTORNEY AT LAW. CONVEYANCER,
MILTON is a bright bay, foaled in 1868,
E. Church for this district, held Quarterly caused by the freezing out, farmers had to li//i hands high, and is pronounced by com
Good Work Guaranteed. Orders from the I >- Real Eatate and Collecting Agent, and No
meeting here yesterday with fair attend-
attend begin Rowing earlier than usual, and sooner petent judges, coupled with public opinion, to
City and Country so'icited.
13-ltf. tary Public Al! work pertaining to this Hue
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
than experience warranted. But it was tho’t be one of the best Road and Carriage Stallions.
ufacturer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All
Excavation for Morrison and Embree'«
work done with neatness and dispatch Head
k flouring noil has commenced. ____
_____ ing would kill out the wild oats and other
It is located
He was sired by How’s Royal George, da i
quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
at the foot of the hill this side of Win. noxious weeds. But alt was of no effect, by old Harkaway, the imported Irish blood
for the wild oats came thicker than ever anti
an- now growing luxuriantly with the wheat, horse, G. D., by Fox Hunter; How’s Royal
The fruit crop will be very light up this with a strong probability that it will finally George by Fields’ Royal George ; dam of How’s
Office—one door East of Furniture Store,
way. So as we have made jx-rsonal observa overtop and kill the wheat out. On examin Royal wa ; sired by the celebrated horse States
tion there will not be a fourth of a crop.— ation the cause of this unusual growth of man , Fields’Royal George dam, the celebrat
'¡’he trees are not killed and present a thrifty wild oats is found in the fact that they ed Erin mare, sired by Erin, he by Sir Ilenry,
appearance. The berry crop will be aver sprouted at a depth as great as the frost 2,207; G. D. by Grand Turk, bred by George
age. Farmers are taking more interest in penetrated—some say 12 inches, and many McKinley, Oakville. C. W., owned ite W. A.
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
their fruit orchards and l»erry patches to the bear evidence to a depth of 8 inches, sure.— Fields & Co., of Bn Ralo, N. Y. Fields’ Koval
from the best material and best workmanship.
delight of their good wives and children.
But while nil hopes of u good crop of early George was siicd by old Royal George, he by
Painting and trimming done to order.
sown wheat is abandoned, it is very general Black Warrior, he by Tippo. he by Ogden’s
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
Rev. Elliott, who went so hastily a short ly conceded that the April crop will be unus Messenger, he by imported Messenger.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND N0TAHY JVBLIC
lime ago to California, for the health of his ually good, this year. It is also hoped that
TERMS :—By the season, $10, payable at
LAFAYETTE, .... OREGON.
wife, has sent for I lls household fixtures and Hie sprouting of wild oats at so groat a
will remain in California. Mrs. Elliott's depth will go a great ways towards killing
Special attention paid to Land Law and Al>
ble at the time of service. Insurance, $15,
itracts ot Title.
health is much improved.
MILK, MILK! MILK!!
them out, and leave the ground all the clean payable when mare is known to lx» with foal.
Mone> to Loan at. all times.
All care will be taken to preyent accidents,
Collections made at usual rates.
Last Saturday morning, a very large er for the future.
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo
swapa of bees was found on a pear tree in
Miss M r tLie Henderson is down on a visit but will be responsible for none.
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
tile orchar 1 of Capt. Lafollett. They were for a few days, to help nurse a.sick brother.
J. A. FRISTOE.
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
A. I». IIO1V A R», M I».
hived by S. (!. Foster : he w.is stung a num
McM., Apr. 5,—4tf.
the best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
I hear that B. W. Dunn has gone down on
ber of times and did not use a cuss word.
wishing to be supplied with the article
Phyxician mid Surgeon,
at once can do so by leaying orders at the Post-
one of the canneries. His family are still
There is a woman in this country, who, here.
W. G. DAVIS.
N at .
when she combs the head of her little child
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
takes it by the ear and yanks it from one
attention given to diseases of Women and
side to the other whenever it moves or cries
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
May 14, 188s.
and cuffs it on the head. And now, my dear
Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
please take notice, when you read
Uncle Aaron Pavne is very low ; the Dr.
It will not crack, chalk or peel off, and
th* . • linos, as you will, that if v,e hear of thinks he can’t last much longer.
such brutal conduct any more, we will take
Mr. Thomas Perry is putting an addition
til- responsibility to publish your name
HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH
with such comments your unfeeling con oil to his mill 24x2*1.
duct deserves. Hear!
Mr. Scott and wife of San Francisco are
I.mis Bozly, wife and daughter, are visit visiting at her brother’s—Mr. Charles Kuy
UNSURPASSED BEA UT V
ing friends and relatives here. They report kendall.
PfiyMicriiiM and Surgeons
everything flo’irisliim? on the N(‘stucca and
Its DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS is
Higgins is having an addition added
coast. Louis Shortridge’s arm is improving to Mrs.
freely admitted by all who have u.-rd it. It is
nicely. <’b-velnud ■ ini W I'.liams of .Vstorm.
prepared by tne union of Pure White Lead,
have purchased, of Mr. Bozl>, five acres of
Mr. Win. Merchant left lust Saturday for a Oxide, of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such proper
StIRGKKY A SPECIALTY.
land on Nestucca river on which they pro- trip east of the mountains.
tions as to chemically and pemi.'incntlv unite
p.»i<) to erect a fish canning establishment
Mr. George Robison of McMinnvill. wiir in them. It is offered to the public us the
and the Nestuecuiit« s are very much elected
town several days last week visiting friends.
W. II. BOYD, M. D-,
Best Paint Ever Produced
Dr. Haines is improving the looks of his
Many of our leading citizens both old and
ISIDORE ERTLE, Puo.
It is convenient, being mixed READY- FOR
young, are engaged a great deal of their house by adding a coat of paint.
THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR.
lime in the elevating practice of that noble
Mr. Wes Robison who has been living at
and patriotic iMicupation which has such a the Sound for some time returned last week.
FFICE—up stairs over Manning-» Tin
ANYONE CAN APPLY IT.
tendency to create and foster habits of in
Store, McMinnville, Oregon*
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Pvrter.
dustry and I'conomy, to strengthen tlw moral Mr. H. F. Bedwell is improving very slowly.
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
mid intellectual powers of man. to improve a He was at Portland last week to see doctors.
men and Children.
more elegant and chaste diction and to
If not in oliice, ran be found by enquiring
Mrs. Gunderson of Portland, is wisiting at A Largs Supply Always On Hand, at
qualify him for every high and honorable Mr.
and Mrs. Barueykoff's.
of the drug stores.
M’CAIN & HURLEY, ut P. either
Station of life—pitching horse shoes.
S.—Patients have the right to have their
II. F. HARTMAN’*
Mr. Wm. Meaner has a new dog cart and
filled where they choose.
Chart Sailing, of Ballston, has painted A. now
ITTOR.VE X*S .IT T..1 If,
can acconnuodate the people that want
B. Faulooner'rt hotel and is engaged now in to drive
painting Gus Anderson’s house.
John Dempsey lias a new b-flat trombone
Bv the wav, Gus has not taken out license tenor
lo s II whisky, but is imitating c< rtaiu ‘‘well iiombone alto.
Fine Amoskeay Ginghams 12
respected nierohants of Portland” is <jon-
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
Oregon y» uf) T O 1¿ U ^pHEH,
incting a highly respectable, tree whisky
Mr. W. W. Roffer from Glencoe has been
for the County of Tillamook.
centsf worth 18 cents ;
exchange at the Dew Drop Inn ” saloon.
visiting his sen J. R and his daughter, Mrs.
) Order to show
lias returned to his old stand—up stairs in 8i
S. D an .
James Wright, for a week.
I n the M atter of the E s - | cause why order Fine Washington Cashmere 16 2-3
monds’ building—with a new equipment of
utensils ior his work, and is now prepared to
Miss Ella Yocum of Jhiyton. returned last
centSy worth 25 cents ;
Saturday to assist her aunt. Mrs.|Kate Demp
J be made.
May 15, 1883.
:< v in the dress making business, and Roe.
¥T appearing to the Judge of snid Court by Fine lilaid Suiting, 20 cents,
Pictures of all Kinds.
Chart. Carey fell through a tr ip door in says she ought to have help too.
the pet ition filed this day bv J.
30 ceuto /
he Webfoot mill and was severely, though
Messrs. Johnson and Lee were in town Executor ot the estate ot O. S. Thomas, deceas
a small size tin-type to a large Cabinet
lot dangerously hurt, one day laRt week.
List week, from Portland visiting with Mr. ed, praying for an order of sale of Real Estate,
Please give me a call.
Fine Australian Crcps,
Cnpl. Powell will start his saw mill, soon, and Mrs. Bain, ykoff.
that it is neoessarv to sell a portion of the Real
T baveleb .
>n a large bill of lunibur for
Estate belonging thereto to pay the debts out
worth 35 cents f
standing against eaid deceased, and the expen
ses and charges of administration. It. is there Ai-Inch Cashmere, 30 cents, worth
Office—One door east of Hartman's brick.
Rev. Frank Ashcraft and wife, who have
>een visiting friends for a few
Laughing Gas administered lor painless ex
4’1 cents ;
to-day for v ist of the mountains.
Quite a gale of wind most of the day yen- all persons interested in the estate of the said
deceased appear before said Court on Saturday,
Will find it to
Prof. Sibbeta will teach the baud until af
the 16th day of June A. D. 1883, at the hour AS-Inch Cashmere—all wool, à its.
ter the 1th. H*' was accompanied by the
Wild strawberries are ripening up oil the of ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day, at
genial Smith Allen, of Amity, last Saturday. hills.
worth I ■'> cents.
the Court House room of said Cou»t. at the
Town of Lincoln, in the County of Tillamook
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
< >. H. Rhoades and his sisters. Misses Eva
To call at the above Saloon.
Mrs. Dr. Jessup and Mrs. A. J. Winter are and State of Oregan, to show cause why an
Ind But e. bid us good-bye the first <>f the both improving, being able to be up around
52-Z//CÄ Cashmere—all wool, ♦1, public to his new and fine stock of
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines
order should not be made that said Executor
veek. They go to Hood River to meet their some.
nd Liquors for Family and Medicinal use.
worth Ÿ1.25 ;
sell so much of the real estate of said deceased
ather, and where they expect to make their
DBUSS, STATIONERY, FATENT 1ÎEDÎ- a:
IOHM CADWELL, Proprietor,
Andrew Pickett snrained hia ankle very us shall be Iferessary, and that a copy of this
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
order be published four successive weeks in the l.atlies' Fancy Hose in Endless Va-
Lad one day last week.
Win. Parson«, the inventor of t.ht' com
Y amhill R epoktek , a newspaper printed and
James Tooze moved into his other house published
lined header and thresher, passed through
in the town of McMinnville, Yam
rielt/, at 16 2-3 cents a pair ;
» u h last week. His many old friends will last Saturday.
hili County, Oregon, it being the nearest paper
Prescriptions carefully compounded anò
e glad to know that his patent is a success.
Mr. Vaneuseand family and Wm. Duncan published to this county, and haying a gener Ladies' Eine Belbrigun Hose, ot charges reasonable.
Judge Lmighary was in town the fust of have gone down on the Columbia on a visit al circulation therein.
J/uy 5th, 1883.
25 cenZs, toorlh 50 cents.
he week investigating the repairs mevssnry
Edwin and Marcellia Kellow and Wiu.
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
Yf. I. pi nun,
ar the hndge across the Yamhill.
Baker from near Middleton have gone to the
(Successor to M. Feker,)
The cotumiH«'*-appointed at the citizens' coast for a pleasure trip, and to look at the
J. L. S.ory 4 I T. lîaulsby,
jet ling Saturday m week ago. met and ar- country.
Attorneys lor Estate.
I tiird St.,
iingisl the following outline of festivities
Dr. Jessup is back home again and ex
or th,. Uh of July 1883 :
Malt Liquors, Bit
SunriM' - Ringing of bell«» and National proves.
ers, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
mule of 13 guns.
Thoma« Dunean of Oregon City was up
Gall to the park at 10 a. m. by the Band.
r rancisco Lager Beer.
here one day last week trying to sell his
Corner Third li D Streets,
property, that is situated on the Chehalem
McMinnville, - - Oregon.
Mr. lladaway of Dayton was down here
one day last week and nut up a set of tomb*
'i._ *• ^tnr Spangled Panner”—38 girls. itoms for Mrs. Nancy Wiley.
All the Novelli»*« in Straw Good»
(Situated at the Depot,)
rand TrimmiUfr* for Spring.
Frank Hadley has Hold his interest in th?
iteani saw mill to Jess»» Hobson ; it will lx?
- - Oregon,
run by the firm of Edwards, Hobson and
‘iJio p. m. Sack, wlieolborrow and other H**uter,
I., 31, COOK, Prop.
hs. tor which there will be liberal prizes.
Remember the Band of Hope meets next
HATS S CAPS
V0. Grand parade of the “ Imps of Hid-
S.” under the command of J is. Mo »n.\v. Sabbath at 2 »»'clock p. m,
•puis HOTEL IS FIRST-CI.ASi> In every par-
Coo ls, at
e will I m » prizes for the bravest sold ¡era
* tku'ar, being furnished with all modern
THE FINEST SA V i n SHINULES
Cyrus Vaugh hrs tonifitoes in bloom ; can
appliances, and setting before its guests only
|nd< r his commRnd.
rhe best the market affords.
|e Amateur Minstrels have been Invited
Quite « iiumln*r of perwonn from Portland
b* their second entertainment in the
Sample»room for the especial accommodation
W. I). KOBEKTSON, 1>RO.
and Owego have l»evn digging and pros-
of Commercial Men.
p I invitations will b< issued to Me I peeting foi iron ore on Chehalem mountain
Rcmenaber the place- at the depot.
ille, Lafavette, North Yamhill. Amity, for about two weeks. We undersiaml they
Cheap as the cheapest and good as the best.
an. Wheat laud, Newlurg. Dundee, have found some pretty rich luilierals.
Look at them.
nd to the p»*»»plo generally of the coiin-
Enquire of F. W. REDMOND, Agent, ai
'♦in:» ami have a “ Glorious Fourth.”*-
ing their appearance on the dinner table.
mibl Offiee at Oregon City. Oregon, (
McMinnville, or of
C om .
MILLER A- BOWER8.
The following persons were elected as del-
Notice is hereby given that the following-
egatert, of Newberg Lodge, to attend the
Gr ind I/nlge: I’. V Ohls. Mian Maranda named settler has filed notice of his intention,
May 1ft, 1883.
II. E. Robertnon
to make I hin I proof in support of his claim,and
iss before the County Court, last !ladtev. and J. T. Smith, Alteniatea. Mis. that
said proof will tie made lielore the County
M A. Hobflon, Mnw Ida JrtMUp and Rich
1 very light.
Would respectfully announce to this public
Clerk of Yamhill County at Lafayette. Or* eon,
that he has opened a Yankee Bazar, two doors
»r is being I auh <1 for the hook and
on Monday, June II, IMH3, vis: John Ven-
A tew m« m’ • ra of the Agricultural Rndeiy drw, Homuatend Entrv No. 34*3 for the Lots
-t of PosUiffice and is carrying the finest and
bus»», to bo en <*t»,»l in the sj»urt» lx
st selected stock of Candies, Cigars, Tobaccos,
p rear of the bnrdwnre store ami met at Jesse fMwnrd'rt accooling to adjourn I and i of 8.*»*. M T 4 8 R 3 W.
••*.. in the city Also, Stationery of all kinds,
^r shop. The building is tola» lfix.’k»
II*» names the following witnesses to prove
»< ♦ I ' ld< W.dls .Hid a I m -II tou ■ from Samuel Hobson, his s ibieet Is'itig ” A hi* continuous residence upon, and ruhivatinn
Oregon. I' • lure Frames,Ladies* Work Boxes, Perfum-
HOLLINS 4 11 fl.E.
I b«»v< i/ie roof, milking the extrem»» nnnb I fruit f irm, its pn»fits ami nfi nsupe,” , of. «aid bind, vij F U Palmer, L Labonte. W
<•*, Hair Oils. Albums. Diaries, all varieties
whiMi wan followed bv a general dis<*u*akm
Painting don»* in the neatest style, on th- »f pipes- -in fact a little of everything.
) t < i to.«, fhe sidewalk.
from the S»ci» ty. We expeet to meet at the II Carjieuter and Thomas Warier», al) of Day-
shortest n»»tice and at the most reasonabk
Drop iu and see me.
\ amhi.l ~ County, “
[ary Winter. ^4 Dbyfou. was up vis Friend's Church next meeting, the 9th of t"»», .............
.•rices. Shop in the obi Beary building on
Amity,,Ian 29, 18>2,
L. T BARIN. HegiMer.
June, to discuss the subject. ” A model farm, 8ti
H E 1OBFRTBOM.
lhinl between A aud B Sts.
H. S. MALONEY,
Provincial Prize Horse
Is at Hand !
Ye shall Know us
House, Sign 1 Carriage Painters,
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
at Law & Notary Public.
W. D. FENTON,
Beautify Your Homes
STAR MIXED PAINT
DR. E HOWELL
Litilefield & Calbrsath,
NO. 1 SALOON.
Ladies’ Fancy Goods
Misses. E & N. Hendrick
Meza’S and Boys’
Shingles, Shingles !
Panther Creek Mills,
Miller & Bowers’ Shingle Mill.
J. B. ROHR,
at lliffh- House, Carriage, Sign