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Till RSDAY JIM! 41, ISS3.
church. Next it emigrated into my
BUSINESS «t PROFESSIONAL
kitchen, and has been in service by the
o I iiihou tribe up to thia time, and now
Publishoi Every Thursday, at
DK. W, A. B MILLS,
I present this relic to you, for the use
I n Money to loan on good real esuU aeeui
G. G. BINGHAM,
M c M innville
ori go N
( ÌFFICE at F. A. Hili’» Drug Store, Dayton,
defunct Oregon City College.
Caiufbell’s Building, McMinnville.
Mr. Johnson now produced two books
The attention of the public is called to the
V. K.- SlSTYIDiETÎ,.
with the name of the great and good
(Heretofore at the head of the immense bargains now offered at the
K. S. St Cohn inscribed upon the title
Editors and Proprietors.
Reedville Stud) will make the
patres, and presented them, also, to
season of 1883 as follows :
McMinnville College. The gentleman
I DEPUTY 0UNTY
Counselor at Law.
North Yamhill, A/ondays; La-
next produced a hue specimen of an
Fayette, Tuesdays; McMinnville, Wednes
Of fee—Mieridan, Yamhill Co.,Orego
3ne copy per vear, in advance........... .. 12.50 .Vlc( own, an ardent student in geology, days and Thursday«; Bellevue, Fridays and
The stock formerly owned by George Ban-
1.50 also a present to the college. He next Saturdays.
Particular attention given to Conveyancii
Mambrino is a beautiful dark gasser Ar Son will be disposed of
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
pres. uted various specimens of petri bay Hambletonian
STKKUNU R. A.C., N». 16
or brown, 15 hands, 2A inches high and
faction, a tooth of an extinct animal, weighs over 1,100 pounds. Hois unsurpassed
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
DEDICATION O? MsllINNVILLE COLLEGE the bark of a tree, hard as flint, also fot style and beauty: long-bodied, with a
pi< ces showing the formation of coal. rangy nock and blood-like head. He is hea
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
Lastly, Mr. Johnson produces a poi vy muscled, and as for teet and legs no horse
ing companions cordially welcomed.
H. P. FRANK OILTNER,
Following is the programme of the soned arrow used by Captain Jack in can excel him.
dedicatory ceremonies of the new col the Modocwar. This he also presented Of his prepotency as a sire there can be no
gars kent for sale. When you go to Dayt<
to the college. Mr. Johnson, who is doubt. All his colts have the impress of his
call and see Frank.
lege building at McMinnville; Oregon, I rcasurer of the Board of Trustees, high form and superb courage, and when plac
Great Reductions are made in
on Tuesday, June 12th, as furnished then said: “ Let me for a moment refer ed on the market have, so far, commanded (at
the New» bv “ Mercurius,” and as it is to the pride of Yamhill Couuty. It the same ages) as high a price as the get of
STERLING F. HARD1NC
will be the pride of hundreds ami any ho.se in tho North Pacific.
correct tn every particular, we take the thousands for years to come. The During the last year his get was awarded « 1 « OC> ERIEJS.
Good Work Guaranteed. Orders from the ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCE
liberty of copying it:
whole indebtedness on the college is many premiumsand was the winner of the
Real Estate aud Collecting Agent, and N ,
City and Country solicited.
Ury Public All work pertaining to this lii
On the 26th day of May, 1882, the
and the State Fair, defeating in both race« the
to promptly ana reliably, Also, ma
corner stone of the McMinnville Col provements. In assets we have a sub finest field of three-year-olds that ever came
and repairer of Boot« and Shoes. J "
Geo. G. BINGHAM, ufacturer
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
lege was laid with great ceremony, scription list of between $6,000 ami together in the Northwest.
work done with neatness and dispatch He«
Odd Fellow«’ Hall, McMinnvill +
prominent men from all over the State $7,000, including ground sold at the was sired by Menelaus, (the sire of Cleora, re
Att’y at Law & Notary Public. Oregon.
being present, among them Hon. J. N. old college. In addition, we have an cord 2.18J, and sold for $15,000), he by Rys-
endowment fund of $7,300, loaned on dyk’s Hambletonian.
Office—one door East of Fusuiture Store,
Dolph. Gradually the work giew into good security.”
1st dam Olean, by Border Chief.
Boot« and Shoes
a massive structure of four stories, its Hon. Heniy Warren, President of 2nd
dam Olinda, by Oliver.
lofty dome rising proudly above the the Board of Trustees, in the name of 3rd darn by Chorister, he by imp. Contract.
Lower than Portland prices.
town and valley. Standing upon a speaker and his kind and generous Menelaus’ first dam Jesse Bull by Long Isl
and Black Hawk.
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, ma
beautiful elevation, surrounded by a friends in Oregon Citv.
2nd dam by Young Duroc, he by Duroc, he
from the best material and best workmanshi
shady oak grove, the college forms a All joined in singing “All Hail the by Diomede.
Painting and trimming done to order.
3rd dam by Coffin’s Messenger, son of imp.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
most picturesque and lovely aspect.— Power of Jesus’ Name.”
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
Rev. Henry then made a brief but el Messenger.
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
Art and nature left nothing unfinished. oquent
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON.
address, heartily congratulat Border Chief, sire of Olean, was by old Mam-
For months past the event of to-day ing this community upon this occasion, brinn Chief, 1st dam bv Highlander, 2nd dam
I respectfully invite the public to call and stracts of Title. >
was looked forward to with eagerness saying the Baptists ot Oregon ought to by Glencoe, 3rd dam by Post Boy, son of Hen examine goods and prices.
Money to Loan at all times.
MILK, MILK! MILK!! ?
proud in possessing so grand an in ry that ran with Eclipse.
Collections made at usual rate«.
by the people of this valley and the be
stitution, where their children can lie Thus it will be seen that Hambletonian
The undersigned wishes to inform the pe
Baptists of the whole const. All that educated up to true manhood and Mambrino has eight Messenger crosses and
W. F. BANGASSER.
pie of McMinnville that he is running a Mi ’
unites the two greatest strains of American
could be done by the trustees, officers Christianhood.
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishii
tn tting blood—those of Rvsdvk’s Hambleton-
and teachers, and particularly by the Rev. Hunsaker then made the clos ian and Mambrino Chief, being a lineal de
the best of milk at the most reasonable rate«. I
wishing to be supplied with the artic v
ladies, was done in order to make it a noon exercises.
at once can do so by leaying order« at the Poi f
To this, the very quintessence of Amer NEW BILLIARD HALL
success. At last the day came—clear, In the evening Professor G. J. Bur house
W. G. DAVIS.
ican trotting blood, he unites the rich racing
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
calm and beautiful. Hundreds, thou chett, former President of the college, strains of Glencoe, Wagner, Chorister and Post
attenti )n given to diseases of Women and
sands of people, from near and from now of East Portland, delivered the Boy, famous in the annuils of the running
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
on both sides of the Atlantic. He also JOHNSON’S BRICK, Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
far, came to town to witness the mem The singing by the choir was excel turf
has the Bashaw blood, through Long Island
lent and highly commented upou by Black Hawk, the first horse that ever trotted
The rarest Wines and Liquors kept constant
At 2 :30 o’clock Rev. A. J. Hunsak everbody—Rev. Crawford, director; below 2 :40 to a road wagon.
J. F. CA.LBREATH,
G. W. Snyder, organist.
TERMS:—$35 to insu/e; $25 by the season. ly on hand. Cigars of the best brands and one H. R. LITTLEFIELD,M. ».
er, President of the day, a prominent Mrs.
the best Billiard Tables in the Stafe, found
Following is a report from the Treas Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but
worker of the Baptist ministry, and urer of the pledges and collections of no responsibility assumed.
well known all over this coast, called the day:
W m . GALLOWAY, Bellevue,
the vast audience to order. Great Pledges at noon.............
PhyMicinns and Surgeon«
throngs of people outside were unable Collections
Pledges in the evening
to gain admittance, as every inch of Collections......................
standing room was occupied. Mr.
MncrRt' A SPEC1AI.TÏ
Hunsaker said: “ More than twenty-
five years ago a hnndful of us Baptists
I OTS Nos. 1,2 and .3, in Block No. 19, Row- Third Street, two Doors East of
Latest XewM Item*.
land’s addition are offered for sale at a bar
met, but were unable to do much until,
W. n BOYD, M. ».,
gain. Fine location near the depot—just east
in 1857, a few brethren in l’olk county
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
of the residence of L. II. Cook, on the east side
“Six Shooter Jack,” a noted des of railroad track, on Third Street. The three VIcYIiiin rille,
met and organized a Board of Trustees
for the purpose of building a college.” parado, was killed in Montana last lots will be sold tor $400, if applied for soon.
—up stairs over Manning’« T
GEORGE WILLIS, Jr.
Store, McMinnville, Oregon-
Going on further, he described the ups Friday morning.
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
McMinnville, May 24, ’83—lltf.
Particular attention paid to disease« of w
and downs they had, the difficulty of
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
Vice President Edmunds and
men and Children.
exchange for countrv produce. Call and
raising funds, the building of the old party are on this coast,tiaving arrived
If not in office, san be' found by enquiiil
examine goods and prices.
college, the determination with which at Victoria last Saturday.
M’CAIN & HURLEY, ut either of the drug stores.
P. S.—Patients have the right to bar« tbf
they held on, concluding by saying:
JTTOKJtrS lflS <J1T
»•, Prescriptions filled where they choose.
Barnum’s circus carried away A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P üb U
“ At last, to-day, friends, we are here.
Business Promptly AttenàoA to.
Thank God we succeeded. You are $130,000 from Chicago. And still
J. E. ROHR,
here, comfortably seated in this hall the people cry “hard times!”
OFFICE—One Door East of Pest Office,
House, Carriage, Sign
you so generously helped to erect. We
W, O. Cook, living near Salem,
Oregon FROTOO R.1PHER
feel thankful to all those that have la cut his throat with a drawing knife,
bored, some of you for ten, fifteen and ast Saturday. Ho was 75 years old.
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
Has returned to his old stand—up stairs in i
twenty years. We feel that this after
W. A. FENTON,
Extensive preparations are being
monds’ building—with a new equipment
noon is the crowning event of our made by the Seattle Driving Asso
utensils tor his work, and is now prqmred
Dr. « F. TUCKER,
Root anil slier Maker, Painting done in the neatest style, on the
ciation for the three days’ races to
[After music lfy the Glee Club and take place at that plnce the 3rd, 4th
prices. Shop in the old Bcary building on
Picture« of all liindh.
prayer by Rev. J. Q. A Henry, Dr. An aud 5th of Julv.
Third between A and B Sts.
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers.
From a small size tin-type to a large Cabir
derson proceeded to deliver an excel
Etc, in Yamhill County
lent address, which will be found in
CHEAP FOR CASH.
another portion of this paper, as will widely known journalists of the west,
M c .HIIWNTIY a LE,
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
also the dedicatory sermon of Rev. G. and for many years leading editorial neatly repaired.
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
All work ¡Hid goods warranted.
Laughing Gas administered for painless ex
Sign of the Big Boot., Sheridan, Oregon.
Professor McElroy, State Superin died at his home in Chicago on Sun
Will find it to
tendent of Public Instruction, was day last.
next introduced and spoke for some
What a blessing it would be if the
length, dwelling upon the necessity of Indians were placed in charge of the
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
To call at the above Saloon,
institutions of this kind, assuring the war department and General Crook Horiws Boarded
by the Day,
ÆFSïl given to
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wit
directors mid teachers of lfs hearty appointed secretary with headquarters Week
or Month. ¿1 .21 . Transient Stock,
EHUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI and Liquor« for Family and Medicinal u«e. I
approval anil co-operation. The pos in the vicinity of murderously inclin
IOIIA CAMWELL, Proprietor,
sibilities resulting from this college, ed savages. He lias the correct idea
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
n the Brick Store, corner 3d and Jefferson St’f
its influence upon future generations, of how to settle the Indian wars.
O It EG 0^1
Corner Commercial and Trade Sts.,
cannot be foreseen. Agriculture will
OREGON. Watch Repairins and Job
Senator John F. Miller arrived in SALE a M,
Prescriptions carefully compounded and
be benefltted in raising it upon a higher
bins a Specialty.
scale of dignity, through the education San Francisco from the east on Sun
of the farmers' sons and daughters. day, and sneak* as follows on the po
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
Thanking the President and the Board litical situation: “There is a good
Notice of Application to Purchase Beautify Your Homes
(Successor to M. Feker,)
of Trustees for the honor of addressing reason for believing that the Demo
— BY USINO THE —
them upon this occasion, Professor cratic tidal wave has toppled over.
Under Odd Fellow«’ Hnll,
lT. S. Laud Office at Oregon City, 1
The Republicanj are gaining in
McElroy concluded his remarks.
Oregon, May 10, 1883. )
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquor«, B
Hon. W. C. Johnson, from Oregon
ter», Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, 1
Notice is hereby given that A. 8. Bible,
It will not crack, chalk or peel off, and beat ot cigar«, and the justly celebrated 8
of Yamhill County, Oregon, has made ap
City, was next introduced. The speak several of the Soul hern. The Demo
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
Francisco Lager Beer.
plication to purchase the E. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4
er, a pioneer of Oregon, had ever been cratic party is very much troubled by
and W 1-2 uf N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 21, T 4 8, R 7 W
HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH
a faithful worker for the establishment the tariff question, and a large num The Finest Wines, Liquors nnd Cigars kept Will, Mcr., under the provi-sion« of the Act of
of the college. He proceeded to talk
Act lor the sale of Timber Lands in the States
in a most happy and pleasant style. ers are for free trade. The Republi
of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash UNSURPASSED B E A U T Y
cans are for the protection of Ameri
About 1849 the sainted Fisher com
Post E^nd, ington Territory.”
can labor, and believe in remunera Custer
It« DURABILITY »nd CHEAPNESS it
(Situated at the Depot,)
All adverse claims to said tract of land or
menced the first work, of which this
freely admitted by all who have used it. It is
magnificent college is the outgrowth,
- - Oregor
Land Office at Oregon Citv, Oregon, before
The Not them Pacific raiiroad is Is now prepared to furnish music for Pic-Nica, the expiration of «ixty days from th is date. Oxide of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such proper
by establishing a school, with a desire
I., H. < OOK, Prap.
Celebrations, etc., on short notice and at rea
Given under my hand this 10th day of May,
to build a college. We had our ups completed from the East to Helena, sonable rates. Address
them. It, m offered to the public as th*
L. T BARJN,
A. V. It. MYI. /.IL l ender.
mid downs, but never discouraged, de in Montana. Helena is a thriving
rpius HOTRL I« EIHsT-CLASS In evnry n»
Best Paint Ever Produced
termined to carry our point. W e nt town and will be a prominent inland
A nculHr, Iwlng furnUhed wlth all mode, i
It is convenient, being mixed READY FOR anplianceM, and «etting before it« guent« on I
last succeeded: for I am pioud to say, citv. Ils inhabitants have held rejoic
Iwat the market affnrd«.
THE BRU8II, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR.
all the greatness, strengh and states ings over the fact and that country HENRY WARREN,
J. E. MAGERS.
Sainplo-room for the eepecial aerommodatii,
manship has its start in Yamhill; our will be greatly developed in conse
ANYONE ( AN APPLY IT.
N otary P ublic .
N otary P ublic .
of Gommeraal Men.
old Baptist College in Oregon City quence. The work on the west is
Remember the place - at the dopot.
It is put up in 1-8, 1-4. 1-2, 1 and 5 gal. cans.
went down into the dust, to rise again not pushed quite as rapidly as on
more proud and lofty in Y amhill, the eastern extension but from this
A Largs Supply Always On Hand, at
towards which $4,000 was obtained wav, the road will »non be complet
II. F. IIARTM.IX’S
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
from the sale of the piece of ground ed to Mi'Soula which will bring the
on which stood the old college in Ore
gon City. Most all that was of it is communication with Oregon and the
THE »INERT SAWED SHINGt.ES
now in the dust, but here is something i’jcfic. Soon there will be occasion
•ver made in thia aeetioo are now being mai
that was saved from decay [producing to celebrate the eompletinr» of the Farm Landt of all ela««rw lor Male on Fa*y Term«- Having Fre»h Cow», I «m now prepared tr 11fa<*tured
Northern route. The last spike will
famish ibe Best Milk at the Lowest Living
a dinner liell.J
A l*o, Town Lot*.
Rates,delivered either night or morning, oi
This bell has a history attached to be driven in two or three mont. s
twice a dsv, if desired. Milk separate fron
Cheap as the <*hea|if*et and good aa th« b«t
Probably about September
it; it used to call the boys and girls to time.
cow, when requested.
Look at them.
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
Apply at my resident in McMinnville . m
college twenty years ago. Next it was 1st, but some little time must elapse
hnquireof F. W. RIDMOND, Amt. t
before the buisneas can be throughly Legal Papers drawn with Neatness, .Accuracy and Thc- all orders left at the Poetoffice will be prompt McMinnville,
used by Professor Post in his little
ly attended to.
R. J, SIMPSON.
organized and railroad traffic become
MILLER A BOWER«.
Baptist Church, ringing to the neigh- , systematized.
borliood, the boys and girls, the call to
H. S. MALONEY,
House, Sign s Carriage Painters,
W. D, FENTON,
Littlefield £ Calbreath,
New Grocery and Provision Store
J. E MAGERS,
T. C. STEPHENS
JEWELER & ENGRAVER
lively, Feed and Sale Stable.
NO. 1 SALOON.
STAR MIXED PAINT
WARREN & MAGERS,
Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill.