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0*2 50 PER ANNUM.
JI Lì 2«,
WH! XX VILLE
and ran to the Castle hill before being stop
I E. E. GOUCHER, M. D.
ped. Bnt slight damage whs done—a neat nn<l
some standards bein« broken,
horses before leaving them.
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
Physician and Surgeon.
Published Every Thureiiy, at
Money to loan on good real estate securi
Pleasant Smith met with quite a serious;
G. G. BINGHAM,
Has permanently locate*! in A/c.ViunviJle
M o MINNVJLLE
accident lust Thursday. Himself__
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
for the practice of his profession. All calls—
mau were making fdnee, he holding the
day or night—promptly attended to.
stakes while the man was driving them with
The attention of the public is called to the
A- V. I?*- S2ST YDEK.
Office—One door east of Warren A Magers iuiuieuee bargains now ottered at the
a sledge. The sledge came off the handle,
striking him in the mouth and on the breast.
Editor and Proprietor.
He was insensible for some time but is able
to be out now.
"* Counseled at Law.
HVBSCRI^TION BAT KN,
Ihe Wirts boys, from the Grove, have
Ofice—skeridau. Yuinhill Co., Oregon
Ju. ropy Per y°“r’ ln iulvauce..............
The stock formerly owned by George Ba»«
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
and have commenced the erection of a build
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
gasser £ Son will be disposed of
ing to be used as a tin shop.
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
(Successor to M. Feker,)
Wm. Meaner is hauling lumber for a new
Tlii.dM., - - ?IcMfnii ville, Or.
house in town. He will commence building
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
Proprietor ters, Wine«, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
Mr. Frank Houseworth is having a new
ot cigars, and the justly celebrated Sau
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci Francisco
Mrs. Isaac Davis, Mrs. Aleck Powel and
Miss Mary Davis returned last week from a
call and see Frank.
four weeks visit at the Soda springs, feeling
Great Reductions are mad. in
Nearly all oar tramps have returned. The much renewed in health and strength.
last lot to arrive re^iort u .daughter of eight
j . r. caldiieatm ,
Our friend, G. D. E.. lias quit the store for
m . D.
a short time, and is driving freight team to
(Situated at the Depot,)
Jas. McCain and family, who have been in ' Tillamook,for \V. J. McConnell. The freight
Tillamook for several weeks, have returned,
A fino lot of
E. is known to be a very careful driver, it
McMinnville, - - Oregon*
looking fat and hearty.
was thought best to place it in his care for
Charley Nelson had a narrow escape one the trip. Good luck to you, George.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARX
day last week ; he was standing on the wag
T raveleb .
on attending the horse-fork tn Fletcher &
31 iiimfactiirei'H ol‘
HIS îî OTEI. IS FIRST-CLASS 1n every par
Hembree's livery stable, sending hay up to
SURGERY A SPECIALTY.
July 23rd, 1883.
ticular, being furniâhed with all modern
the loft, when the fork, a harpooii, on being
appliance«, and setting before its guests only
Prof. E. H. Anderson left last Saturday for
brought back over the wagon became de-
all kinds of
the best rhe market affords.
taohed by some moans and fell, point down, Portland, where he expacts to work for a
Sample-room for the especial accommodaticu Boots und Slioe«
straight for Charley's head, who being warn couple of mouths.
Carriage» and Htacksmitk
ed. dodged a little and threw ”p hi3 hand in
of Commercial Men.
Mr. L. Powell has returned home from
tiiiie to get it between his foruead and the Portland, where he has been at work at the
ISIDORE ERTLE, P bo .
Remember the place- at the depot.
Lower than Portland price«.
descending forks. The force of the blow carpenter trade for several months.
knocked him down and his hand was very
Mrs. Isaac Davis has been very sick, but is,
badly brnised. so thnt he had to carry it in a
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
sling for several days.
All orders promptly filled.
Mrs. Laughlin, of the Grove, and Mrs. •
Mrs. Fannie Morrow, Miss Ann Likins,Mr.
“ Leu’ me yer kuife, pij*e an’ tobaccy, an’
Cheaper than waa ever offered In thia city.
J. A. Likins and Mr. IL Chaney, all of Amity, Berrv, of New Tacoma, are visiting their
fumble yer pocket fer a match while I load the
At Amity, Or
son and daughter. Mr. and Nrs. T. M. Laugh
paid onr town a visit Saturday.
I respectfully invite the publlo to call and
dudeen.” Which being interpreted, means that
The Yamhill river in lower than ever known
examiue goods and prices.
TTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER»
Mrs. H. (’. Morgan and Wm. Lewis left to
2 H. WELCH
befors; so low that one oan cross it on many
Real Estate rtnd Colleetiug Agent, and Nt-
of the riffles without wetting above the ank day for Kalama, W. T.
“HACK MET ACK,” a lasting and fragran tary Public All work pertaining to this line Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigare,
W. F. BANGA88S8.
One of John Castle’s little boys fell from perfume, . Price 25 end 50 cents. Sold by Rog- attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
es to sell as low as is consistent with the
er3 i J T.ri
That hay will be scarce and dear, is tho a wood pile and broke his arm.
ufacturer and repairer of Boot« and Shoes. All law of live-and-let-live. And having set up a
prevailing impression, so our people have »Messrs. H. F. Bedwell. W. J. McConnell and i
work done with neatness and «dispatch Head
HARBER LHA1K ~
Veen laying in all they oan find room for, George Edward with their families returned
For Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville, la Prepared to do slashing and grubbing with
»file it is cheap and they can get it; a very from Tillamook last week.
Porous Plaster. Price*25 ‘cents. Sold by Rogers Oregon.
soda pop and oranges fur sale under the Pho
A large portion of the hay
tograph Gallerv at McMinnxiRe.
T bavelbb .
uuuv'ht in was from Helds where wheat waa
H. II. WELCH.
»nd where vory little wild oats was sup-
puwd to be, but time proved the.reverse, for
J he fields turned out a big crop of wild oats
50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold bv Rogers
and very jittle wheat.
A. number of farmers commenced cutting A Todd.
Has on’band fine Hacks and Buggies, made
Lust wwtit J. C. Cooper, surveyor, with their oats lest week.
from the best, material and best workmanship.
Messrs. Goudy, Lewis and Merchant, sur
The Yamhill river is lower at this place' WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
Painting done in the neatest «tyle, ou the
Painting and trimming done to order.
veyed a r ow road to West Chehalem from
good ’ dwelling
**_ * house, barn, bhortest notice and at the most reasonable
this place. The old road, or a portion of it, than we have ever known it at this time of j eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers Jr Todd.
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
lumber and wood shed.
is so bad in the winter that it is really im year.
price«. Shop in the old Beery building oti
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
passable. The new road cuts off the worst
Third between A and B Sts.
T. R. Blair, of Elkhorn, was in town Sat
part of the old otte
MILIi, BILK! BILK!!
Since lowering the tariff on wool has The mother of H. Z. Foster was quite sick i edy for you. ’Sold by Rogers Jr Todd.
proved so disastrous, our democratic friends last week, but is around again.
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo
have been laboring^aril to'shoW that they
LOTS FOB SALE.
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY*-« pos- ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
bed nothing to do with it; that it was a re Mr. Thompson has a very sore hand ; it
• — BY USING TITE —
publican measure and wholly opposed by the has broken in several places in the palm and I ¡live cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing | OT3 Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Row-
. duinoeraoy. They also tell us that while the on the back and it is thought by many that Mouth. Sold by Rogers Jk Todd. - . •* •
the best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
land’s addition are offered for Bale at a bar
republieiuis lowered the tariff on wool, they he will lose his hand.
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
raised Ike tariff on woolen goods. But the
at once can do so by leaving orders at the Pos<- gain. Fine location fienr the depot—just east
Dr. Tyler Smith and wife, with his brother-
of the residence of L. H. Cook, on the east si^le
It will not crack, chalk or peel off, and
„statement in both oases is absolutely untrue. in-law and wife, of East Portland, spent last
W. <i. DAVIS.
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL iE ••*.
of rail mad track, on Third Street. The three
The democrats, almost to a man, voted for week here, visiting and fishing.,
a reduction of the wool tariff and with the
GEORGE WILL», Jr.
Tha ball.at the uew mill wa9 not very well
assistance of a very few low tariff republi-
McMinnville, May 24, ’S3—lltt.
■cans. oarried the menctirobya bare majority, attended.
Ur <». F. TI CK 13$.
UK. XV, A. B. MILLS,
io it was a purely democratic measure,
Everybody up this way, so far as wo know,
claimed as such and bragged about until it are in favor of tha mortgage tax law, and RAFFICE df F.«A.’ rfffl's Drug*St<,n’,' Daytr.n.
proved a failure. The tariff ou woolen goods the idea of calling an extra session of tha
* ** fitf. .
Its DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS t«
»■as tint raised but lowered; true, some legislature to repeal it, is regarded as ex
freely admitted by all who have used it. It 1«
of tho more expensive grades were raised, tremely absurd.
tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P ubu
prepared by tnc union of Pure White Lead,
but ILe cheaper grades were reduced to n
We have not heard of Q.nv damage being
< >xide of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such propor
greater extent, so that on tha whole the tat-
Business Frcmptly Attended to.
tions ne to chemically and permanently unite
iff on woolen goods is. if anything, a little done to the farmers by the fire in the moun
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or HcMlNN VII.I.i:
tower, but not quite as low as recommended tains. It it» pot bo smoky as it was a few
f’kFFIt'E—Ona Door Ea.t of Post Office, them. It is offered to the public »« the
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
by the tariff ctMumiasion ; still it is estimat day3 ago.
Best Paint Ever Produced
ed that the reduction will regeh nearly four Beef oaltle are having n rest in this sec ing companions cordially welcomed..
Laughing Gap administered for painless ex
million for the fiscal y«*t. wo you see the tion, not one being killed whore ten were
convenient, being mixed READY FOR
democratic dodger is a dofiguy that dodges last year ; the price is so high we cannot af
THE BRUSH, of ANY 8HADE OR COLOR.
ford to use it.
O. (J. BINGHAM,
ANYONE CAN APPLY IT.
We would again call the attention of tho
«ï<»ct aiìiì Shoe Maker,
County Court to the Sheridan bridge. The
RAHSEV & Bl VARAVI
tciw? and faps are so loose that the lateral
July 24th, 1*81
public to his new and fine stock of
XdOtiun ot th*: bridge while being crossed is
.Ittorneya at lAttr
A Largo Supply Always On Hand, at
Chickens are in good demand.
DBU3S, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
Tame blackberries are ripe. Mrs. Weston
A. HouMofi La» reeoverad fjo;n the caving
B. F HARTMAW
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
iis selling them at 25 cents per gallon.
Office of Geo. G. Binnhatn, Notary Public—
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Mrs. Eliza Rollins it> quite tick.
CIGAR.« A\l) TOBACCO.
John Williams, who waa supposed to have one door West of Furniture Store,
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
committed auioide on Mill creek, was sent to M c M innville
Mrs. Buell, of Sheridan, waa in town Sat the insane asylum last week, from Astoria.
Prescriptions carefully compounded ami neatly repaired.
Notice of Application to Purchaie
All woik and goods warranted.
urday and Sunday visiting relation.
We would call the attention of Mr. Sinnot,
Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
Dr. E. E. Goucher and wife, of McMinn ladiun agur.t at Grand Ronde, to the tact
ville were at their old home over Sunday.
IT. S. Land Office at Oregon City, >
thnt a squaw Ijelonain« to his agency is
Oregon, M« t 10, 1883. J
We learn that haying is almost over with camping fare and has the leprosy. Key. ATTOBNSY AT LAW AKD NOTARY PUBLIC
John W. Seiwood «nd v.fe. of East 1 ort-
most of the farmers.
Notice is hereby given that A. 8. Bible#
1 inn. stopped here on thej< way to the coast LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON.
>f Yamhill County, Oregon, has made ap
Mr. and Mrs. John Walling, returned nd the attention of Mrs. belwood being
Special Attention plication to purchase the E. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4
home from their visit at Yaquina Bay last called to the squaw, she examined her and Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab.
by the Day,
id ven Io
nd W. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 21,T4 8, R 7 W
of Title.-- .
Sunday and report business lively.
Week or Month. -1 -71" Transient Stock. Will,
said she certainly had the leprosy; that she itraxit.
Mer., under the provision« of tha Act of
Stowy to Loan at all time«.
Crops look very well in this section. We had seen manv cases of it in the bandwioh Colleptt^n» piadß at usual rate.
Congress, approved June 3, 1878. entitled “ An
Islands and this was as clear a case as she
hear no complaining among the farmers.
the «are of Timber Lands in the State»
had ever seen. Mr. Sinnot wou.d greatly:
ot California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Porter’s youngest child died obli-e the citizens of this community if be
Corner Commercial and Trade St«.,
A. I> HOWARD, w. i>
very suddenly last Saturclay, and was hur would remove this squaw to the reservation.
OREGON, All adverse claim« to «aid tract of land or
ried on Sunday.
any portion thereof, must be filed in the U. H.
The air was kept cool and pleasant last Phyulcian and Surgeon,
Miss Rachel Hutton, who has been very week by the ever-refreshing sea breezes.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, before
sick for some two months or more, is getting
th** expiration of aixty day« from this date.
well again. Her many friends were glad to
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
Given under my hand this 10th day of May,
from a trip to Amitv. and would inform thi
meet her out to ohuroh on Sunday.
>n given to diseases of Women and
Supervisor of that burg that there is a very attend
Mr. Alex. Sutton has sold his farm to E. F dangerous place on the long bridge just this Children. All calls promptly altei'ded to.
Messenger, p.nd moved on the High Burch side of the town that he bad better attend
1 iitier Odd Fellows’ Hull,
place, east of town, Mr. Messenger taking to immediately.
potwssion of his place.
S. P an .
J. C. COOPER
/ XF’FICE—up stairs over Manning's Tin McMinnville,
Messrs. Porter <t Jettison have placed a
M’CAIN &. HURLEY, ’ ' Store, McMinnville, Oregon
set of hay scales at their barn, which is
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
Particular Afteution paid to disease« of wo«
something that is needed very much at this
July 23,1883. JTTOtt.VK X'S.iTL.! II
tnen and Children.
time of year.
The basy hum of the reaper is now heard.
If not in office, san be| found by enquiring
Dr. J. W. Watts lectured on Temperance
st either of the drug store«.
P. S.—Patients have the right to have their
•on Saturday and Sunday at this place, to parents near this place.
■ crowded bouses. Mr. Watts is doing a good
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
work and v# wish him suooesa.
Mr. T. A. Turner, of your town, paid us a
It is reported that there has been seen on flying visit last Wednesday.
I have all the field note»
Office—Jail Budding, up stair».
the Yamhill bottom, a man running at large
Dr. E. Jessup was in town last week, also
f the Public Survey« of
«eerningly insane, and also one south of M. bwick, of Salem.
Yamhill county , and atm
Amity on Salt Creek, with almost no cloth Col. Chris. Tavlor who. in company with
prepared to do Firat-ClM»
Celebrations, etc., on short notice and at rea
ST CH1RLEM HOTEL,
ing on. If these things «.r* known to be
work on «hort notice and
PHOTOG HJI’llFH. sonable rah*«. Address
true, why don’t the people capture them General Albert Pike, has been making a tour
r MULTNEH, Prop.,
and put them in the proper plaec-s befcre
Corner Third and B «trreL«,
McMinn ville, Oregon.
Has returned to his obi stand—up stairs in Si
they commit some depredation? it Jl
H. C. Curoagvs and family, of Kalama, V1C.VII 33 VILLE
OHF.GO5I. mo nd«’ building—with a new equipment o!
thought that one of them is the man that were guests of S. K. Baxter last week.
went away so misteriously from Wm. Har
New bouse! New furniture! un«urp«»wd in utensil« for his work, and is now prepared to
rison's some time ago, and the other from
the country. Rate«—<1 to $2 per day, accord take
J. E. MAGERS.
McMinnville. They should be looked after has improved the looks of his store by the ing to room. 8ingle meals, 25 cents. Lodg
N otary P ublic .
N otaky P ublic .
Picture»* oi all Kind».
before they frighten every bpdy in the coun addition of a neat nwnmg,
ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room. Boar!
ty out of tbeir wits.
per week. Fine Sample
M’ G. W. Swank, has been engaged by and Lodging, $4 to
From a ’mail site tin type to a large f ahinet
the D. F. M. Co- to put the machinery into Rornni and superior accornmodalipn3 for com
Please give me a call.
their warehouse. Mr. Swank i« a first class mercial men. Supper furniibed Balls and
Wtij-wright, and we have no doubt will give parties at reasonable rate«- uive me a call
and >ee for your«elve«.
July 17, 1881
(Arrived to late for last issue.—En ]
< oertv cow»i-i:ng of I.nther Fletcher and
Sore eyes are getting to be quite common, f.niiTr Will Palrnu
* a j
. <_ and family, and several
on acoount of the emoke.
We have a new dress making eetaLlisment
in town'—Mrs. H. F. Anderson’s.
Farm Land« ot all <la»«ew lor Sale on E««y Term«*
Manv of the farmers about here are start
Tnv I.»7BM SmJts.
Alvo, Tew n I jo I m .
ing their binders.
To »11 M
Amongthe latest s.vle« may be noted the
I kt-r-p constantly xin han<l the Fh.eat Wlnee
Wm. Merchant has returned from his trip verv prevalent one of taking Syrup of F irs
AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
The Purest Win*« and Liquor« kept constant and L’q'ion for Family «u«l Medicinal u«e.
east of th* mountains, and report# Laving instead of castor oil, pill«, wit«, «an other
ly on hand. Cijrars of the beet brand» and one
had a good time.
hitter and naueeocareanedieeof former time«. of the beet Billiard Tables in the State, found
Legal Paper* drawn with NeatneM, Accuracy and Die-
Jt i« a verv decided improvement. «« anvone here.
Phillip Mesner's team took a little «pin om may
their own account, one day last week. Thev
were «landing unhitched at the post office gists. Rogers ± Todd.
‘«^ McCarter & Alderman,
J. I .
NO. 1 SALOON.
For Cash or Produce.
Hoosier Hay Rakes,
Wagons and Buggies
Littlefield & Caibreath,
J. B. ROHB,
House, Carriage, Sign
Beautify Your Homes
STAR MIXED PAINT
J. E. MAGERS,
W. D. FENTON,
DR. E HOWELL
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable-
WARRE1T & MAGERS,
n •/;>,< o. tu:
tas new billiard hall
K©?,1 Estate and, Xnsuraxxoe Agents,