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MclßNHVZIXE, 03ES0N. AU3UST 9. ISSA
The Albany Democrat must have
tasted of a red pepper or sat down <>□
a wasp, or nnmetbiug, laat week. It
f lirty frothed »itb rage in tho toils of a
harrowing vision which it depicted
with giich lovely epithets as ‘"damna
ble scht me," "hellish frauds," “atro
cious scheme,” etc., in connection with
the election of President Gartield.—
Reiving upon such witnesses as star
route Dorsey, our savage friend seems
to ask no further proof to fasten a
stain upon tho name of the man wboee
ear and tongue lie locked in death, and
defenceless. Political “ issue” makers
and ring jobbers might gain credit by
u little consideration. The name of
President Gartield is cherished by this
nation with a respect which detainers
cannot efface, no matter what this “ is
sue" maker or that ring joblier or the
whole rabble of place hunters and pec
ulators tnay hatch up from time to time,
calculated to tarnish the record of the
fallen statesman. And we may further
suggest that were all mou inclined to
play the voracious hyena, a certain
record might be dug up, with which
the State» Right» Democrat once bore a
close alliance, and a record, too, about
whose unsavory character there would
lie little room for contradiction. The
Democrat had as well cool its heated
temples and quiet its nerves. Those
who live in glass bouses shouldn’t
THE NOHTIIIIHN PACIFIC
■I. L. ROGERS.
of the best quality,, Envelopes ot the latest
and neatest styles, etc.
Special attention is called to our Cuttlery,
and Photograph and Autograph Albums.
Physicians9 Prescriptions uiji I Fami
BUCKS FOB SALE.
P. W. TODD.
Now that tin- Northern P icitic 1.1
about completed, the follow in gdistan« e CITY DRUG STORE.
table is ot iuterest ;
Thlri Streit, MeM.-UTf-le.
P<Htlauti to St 1’.» i]
” Missoula............. ...... Ml ROQEHS <& TODD.
“Wall,, Walla.... ...... 211
“ .'poltatii- Falls... ...... 3 A4
[Successor« to W. B. Turner ]
“ (Joetir d’Alene ...... 39?
— Dealers In—-
“ Sprague.............. ...... 335 Drutf«, Chemical», Patent YJetllcliiee
" r.iccma........ ... ...... 1 17 PerfumerFine Toilet Article»,
‘ f'beni-v.............. ......150
Noape, Coni b». If air, Tout li find
“ Horse Plain........ ...... 547 Cloth tirii»he«, * pouffe«, Triiitoie«,
“ Kootenai........... ...... 1IH Shoulder Mruces oliati ull I ruggribt«
" Baker Citv........ ...... 350
“ Cheyenne........... ....... 132 1
“ Omaha................ ...... 1810 A full line of
“ Chicago.............. ...... 2340
" New York.......... ... 3340 Paint:, Oils, Varahh»3, Brushes and Sash
“ Pen d’Oriclle.... ........ 445
T m I s .
_ __ ____
_____ The Purest Liquors for lUoaicinal
years of age are carried at half regular
tariff rates; under live years, free.
' Hie hundred pounds of Personal The Bost Brands of Cigars Con
stantly on Henri.
baggage is checked free on every
whole ticket, and fifty pounds on every The largest and best stock of
half ticket. Excess of these weights is
Stop-over privileges are allowed on Ever brought to Yamhill County.
the Pacific Division.
Portland to St Paul, about eighty
hours after the lOtb of September.
we Khali carry a full line, consisting of Papei
The undersigned has for sale a lot of large,
ly Kecipes Carefuli> Compounded
high grade Spanish Merino Buck.., which can
al ail hours—day or night.
bo bad al good bargains by applying to or ad
We would most respectfully ask a share of
this publics patronage, hoping by fair dealing
and strict attention to business to merit the
ROGERS A- TODD.
Lard ot Thank«
Having disposed of my stock of Millinery
and Fancy Goods to Misses Foster and Russ,
I take this method ot extending to the citizens
<4 McMinnville and surrounding country my
sincere thanks for the very liberal patronage
Just opened on
they have bestowed upon me during the time
I have been in business. My successors are too Third Street, two Doors East cf
well known here to receive auy reccomrncnda-
tions from me and I hope the good people of
this section will give them the same encour
agement that they have me.
McMinnville, - Oregon
Mr. M. A SEARS.
McMinnville, Aug 4tb, 1883—if
To Whom it May Concern,
M c MINNVILLS, May 10th, 1883.
Be it herewith known that I have thia day established a
One Price Cash Dry Goods and Clothing House,
and am receiving NEW GOODS in that line EVERY DAY, which are bought
For Cash at Bedrock Prices.
Price (\1SH I)rv (roods and
Beg leave to inform the public that our business will be conducted upon the following systematic principle,
t^eeond. Ono l^rioe to All.
All Goods are marked in Plain Figures.
Precisely tvhat they are.
We shall keep only Gitoti GOOtlx, anil sell tin in to you ¡.
New Grocery and Provision Store
Wo do not propose to pay yon the highest market price lor your produce, L ir shall | av you
Tbe Oregonian of the 27th conies out
Real Value, and No More.
with a maudlin editorial on that thorn
iu the money louder’s side, “ The Mort
gage Tax Law.” The chief aim of tb«-
&nVCDTIQ9UP to tell tho people of this town and
We believe in Auttn I iwiOU county what we are doing.
writer see ms to have beeu to produce
something wittily sarcastic, but only
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
succeeded iu being rediculously foolisli.
exohange lor country produce. Call and
We have only to add that we intend to do a
Aud coming, as it does, a leader in a
goods «nd prices.
Land Office at Oregon Citv, /
leading paper makes it look all the
Feb. 21 , 18S2-2tf.
No one suppoHes, or assumes to sup Notice is hereby given that the following-
pose, that the money lender is a “ pub named settler has filed notice of his intention
lic enemy;” the man that owuett the co make final proof in support of his claim,
goose that laid the golden egg, wiih and fhat.xaid proof will be made before the Any person < r persons found hunting on with everybody, ami we think th« proper Tillie Bi.-kS CO?H1' j to d<> away with the LOOSE CREDIT
of Yamhill County at Lafayette, our premises after th is date, without perm is -
not an enemy to the goose, be was only County Clerk
Monday,Sept. JO, 1883. viz: Mary eion, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of BUSINESS, which is
too great a friend to himself; or iu oth Or»5gon,on
Wardle, formerly Mary Rice, Homestead En the Jaw.
SMITH B ros .
er words In- was too greedy; but u<> try
No, 4477 for lot 1 of See. 12 T 4 8, R 5 W.
June 19, 1883-rnl*
enemy to the goose.
Ruinous to farmer aad. lÄorohant, in th.© End.
She names the following witnesses to prove
Among the groundless assertions her continuous re'idenee upon mid cultivation
made in tho iirticlo is the cue that of said land, viz: D. McCall, B. Brower, E
We hope to receive the patronage of tho public, which believe ia doing business on a CASH £JAS!S.
money is taxed at its face while real M. Greeley and G. R. A. Farris, all of Mc All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt or
estate is assessed ht only oue-tliird its Minnville, Yamhill County. Oregon.
ii n any way trespass upon the lands of the un
value. That real estate is rated too 2lt3
The One Price Cash Dry Goods and Clothing House,
dersigned alter this date, without our consent.
L. T. BAKIN, Register.
low, all will admit; but that money is
M. E. BOOTH «nd C, (’. BOOTH
taxed at its face is not true, aud the
For heirs—T. C. Pennington and John Booth.
preseut efforts of the capitalists to re-
McMinnville, July 31, 1883.
Ileal tb<- moitgage-tax-lau- proves it.—
t . / te . ig e . vt ,
I proves thill heretofore they avoided
paying any tax at. all, which could In
M c M innville , oreoon .
FARM FOR SALE.
easily done iu that species of property.
If the liioucy leader had paid tax
The undersigned has for sale a farm of
for the full value of his kind of prop-
Farms for Sale on Easy Terms.
Groceries Crockery, Fancy Goods will be closed out atextrem ely kw liguii
erty iu Portland, lie would have to pay
FIVE HUMORED ACRES,
Also Flouring Mills, Saw Mills, Etc.
from three to four per cent; will the
Lying 2} miles west of McMinnville. This
Oregonian pretend to say that they
is beautifully located, and would make
have duue so ? I tbiuk not , for if the-.- P.i.t ?s wishing to 1 >cate, bv Pre emption or farm
or lour neat farms, all of which would be
bad they would be only too glad to Homestead, upon Government Land, or to pur well watered
and in about an equal p.rtion of
transfer their property to where the chase School or Railroad Lands, will do well to open and timbered
laud—calculated 1 tor lartu
tax would not be uune than half what call upon or uddress me a» I am thoroughly or pasture lands.
IMPROVE YOUR STOCK.
it is iu Portland. No, money is not acquainted with such lands throughout tbe en
assessed ut its full value, unless the tire Willamette Valley, on either side of tbe
J. J. Henderson, has at hi:; place,5 miles
and can show parties tbe most valuable
assessor cau hud it, which be hardly, river,
200 acres of the best portion for
wist of Amity, a thorough-bred Jersey Bull,
lands and desirable locutions, from 40 to 1,200 acre
recently from Los Angelos. Those
in u body. Information pertaining to tho whole tract at $18 per acre.
Again, he insinuates that the money acres
’vi -bing to breed can do b<> by the season for
lands luruished gratis. For locution and pri
lender "accommodates.” He no more ces, send for circular. Address
$5, due at time of service.
W. G. I AV' S.
"accommodates" thau tbe merchaut,
the mechanic or the fanner; the farm« r
makes all lie can out of his hind ; the
<*ffice-With Geo. G. flliitgliaiu«
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, )
mercbaut out of his merchandise; the
July 23, 1883. [
me> bauii out of his skill, aud tiie bank
Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing
er out of Lis money; and they, each
• The —
named settler bas filed notice of his intention
aud all. work for the same end, to wit :
to make final proof in -npnort of hi* claim,
for their o'.vu individual benefit. So
an<l that said proof will be n..ub I < (. ro Regis Pure Bloo tied
we see lie is uot an “acconiuiodntor,’’
ter and Receiver I’. 6. Land oilice at Oregon
so to speak.
Now at the stables of
City, Oregon, on Monday, Oct. 1. 1983. viz:
I have quoted ouly a couple of the
John VV. < row lev, Preemption D. S. No 4121 HENDERSON & LOGAN BROS.
We take this method of giving notice to
items contained in tbe editorial, but
the lot>y, 10, 22, 23 A 24of Section 1 I, c i
enough to give an idea of the whole, mers and others who have grain tn store
Lots IB, 17 .V H of Section la. T 68 Rll W.
in bulk or sacks) and chan, that we
M c M innville , O regon .
aud how much of logic there is in their ther
He names dip following witnesses to prov.
pr» pirc<l to receive all tbev may bring us.
arguments. Iu looking over many have
other articles continued iu the same
■•f tail land, viz:
II. ( . Burt'U, Mt-lvil:
“ -Isiisi i C iiik ,” No 1, dropped April 12th.
paper, I find one thing iu lieu of argu
Burton, an I ?Jary A. Bur1 >n. of Giaiel Rondv ISTi , -iir. " Emperordata, “ Miuois Wu-
Ccmnioiilcrj? Warehouse P.
ment, that lias solid anil nuniistilkenble Largp
O., Polk County, and Win. Thompson ot rv n.
i leaning to it. Thnt is the threat, th it and the best oi cleaning macbiiu rv. We alto SheriJan P. O. Yamhili C<»univ, .<¡1 of ' uo/.m.
1‘ fmgri :. <>’r “ E'I perou ” <f Emperor” was
it the farm« rs do not succumb and al have a
L T. DARIN, Regisl- r.
dropped Jan. 17th 1875: sire,“ Emperor Bii-
low money to go uutaxed. called te-
«kun “Olivia” hv imoorted Neptune(I24);
peuling the mortgage tax law, they will
sroci OF SACK«
4iHii«:-<l.tm , “ Olivca” (232); great grand-dam
" N<‘lly Bly,”(226)—imported.
proeee«! to foreclose and ruin every on liMiul that, wo will &»-li at the lowest figure.
farmer that they have power <>ver.—
P edwhee of “M innie W arren ”—“Minnie.
Warren,” solid fawn, dropped March 5th, 1874 ;
Pei haps the Oregonian would consider UV will Moro for 1 1-2 emu, or *tore
sire, “ Beacon Comet,” 1401: dam, “ Princes” Simple in Construction, Light Draft, No Side Draft or Weigkt
that " acionimodating," very. Hilt, und Clean for 3 cents per bushel,
4th. (2302;; grand-dam, ” Princes” (Ten-
<-omo to think ef it, does it not sound a
on Horses’ Necks.
W.» will I m prepared to pnv the Highest
imported bv W. B. Dinsmore in 1868.
good deal like coming from a ‘‘public Cash
Price lor all Kimis ot grain. We have
T erms —F<»r season, $5.
Every farmer should examine the VICTOR before purchasing a
enemy!" Yes, these money lenders, secured the services ot Mr. Fred Archibald, as
HENDERSON J- LOGAN BROS.
these Shvlocks; after gi ttiiig all the Look-keeper in the warehouse, who will see
as it has tnanv points that make it superior to other machines.
money they could onto the farmers, at that your accounts are always kept straight.
I also have the Improved
the highest possible interest; after
r. daicnekoff a co..
keeping them on tli<> bedrock tor years,
Proprietors Carlton Warehouse.
paving enormous interest; coni«' out
W j VIZT 1£1.4
boldly now, and say, ‘‘Legislate to Carlton, Aug. 6th, 1883—2lw3.
In compliance with the foregoing, notice is Pi illiUCe
j; LOHimiSSlOn ^ow* r and Pelf Binder—Something entirely new. Missing bundles
suit us or we will ruin you. This is a
hereby given that application for scholarship:*
bad year for you farmers, and gives us ,
must be made to the County School Sup rm
the past. Will run one horse lighter than other Self Binders.
money lenders the advantage i and we
tendent, at least one month before the com
mencement of the school year, and that exam
B. F. HARTMAN,
1.... - some mnv
JV ill *«-....
it ■ ! __
¡nation of applicants to fill the above named
it : but,
1 :t,t. to ‘ succeed
.....! is another thing.
vacancies wj 11 be held at tho Court House in
Lafayette on (he j’b day of September, J 883.
It is hardly probable that half
halt a doten
or so bankers in Portland, some ot
Thousands of Bri<^, of the b'»st quality, now
I-would respectfully call the attention of the
L. H. BAKER.
» I :c
people to the fact that I
whom ar<> aliens, and only here to make on band «nd will constantly be kept at the
School Su pt., Yamhill Co.
money out of their capital, will be al brick yard of
lowed to «iietate as to what laws shall
Order to Show Cause.
A. C. SAYLOR,
or shall not stay on the statnte book.
Fur all kinds of Produce. Oats, Barley, Fund
That our assessment laws are very -Hr MI u ii v 11 le, •
7/i C omii L/ Court of Ya ml ill County, Meats, Lard, Apples, Onions, Egg-», (’bicken?,
impel feet, all «ill admit; anil that they
¿State of Oret/on.
Turkeys. Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
will be revised, is uot doubted; but
Having srcured entire control of the vyid
how far, or iu what way is hard to tell. formerly
I n tbe matter of t iie ¡ uleofthe real )
I have for sale
One feature required is somethitig that proprietor starts out with th« intention of man-
ESTATE BELONGING To M. E. E l LSSVHY A j-
will remove, or prevent, the desire of
Out«, Potatoes, Cement,
sn<l supplying this public with
any county to avoid its just proportion utactu11ng
Now on this day comes T. L. J me:», guardian
brick in any quantity.’ ot a quality guaran
und (¿raes Need.
of State tax. Then Mnlttioniali would teed to be as good as th« l»est. and at prices as of the per«r^A
of M. E. E Jsl urv, a
lie aseesM-d at about fifty millions, in low as the lowest.
I also have tho
minor, and presents his written, v« nfird p-ti-
stead of fifteen, and other counties in A suitable reduction to parties purchasing tion asking tor nil order to sell the real estate
Would call the attention of the Fern*” '1
proportion. But no law will ever be large lots.
belonging to rd id minor.
described in said
kimhill end W.ehington Counties, to lb«
ji.-iKM-d iu this state freeing au.v species
petilit n, aud it apparing to the Court that it
that they have tlie agency tor #otne of the*
of property from its just share of taxes;
mukea of Farm Mai-hinerv, among Wl J
The only fertilizer (bat contains Phosphate
A. C. SAYLOR.
to sell said lauds as prayed for in said petition. Lime.
tin matter what the so called board ot
they may mention tbo
It is therefore ordered that said petition oe
trade way "resolve.”
STRICT, HONEST, FAIR AND SQUARE BUSINESS
H. FISHER, ProprWM.
re r:. rie r:.K
£! VICTOR HOWEB
NOTICE tc FARMERS !
Pioneer Brick Yard
Sappington & Laughlin
Lafayette, Aug. lot. 1S83.
N at .
A ro^ occurred in a gambling den in
Portland, on Wedueeday ni^bf ofc last
week, iu which Wia. Acock *hot am!
inMautly killed James Morey. Aoock
has been placed under bonds.
—......... -T r
I’reoideut Arthur and party are ou
a trip to tbe Yellowstone—to viait the
goverumont park, etc. aud there in no
end to the ovations be is receiving
along tbe route.
F.x-Congrefwman Wn>. E. Laning of
Syracuse. N. Y.. died suddenly of heart
disease, ou Sunday last.
Minneapolis. Minn., had a $350,000
fife Saturday morning, July 28tb.
Notice to Farmers !
Having purchMtd of Mr. W. T Newby th»
well-known McMinnville Warehouse. I ahull
be prepared to store this Mason's crop on as
favorable terms aw can l»e done in .VcMiurt
ville, au l shall be ready at all timet to pay
Cash for Crain,
at its highest market value.
pt red to
Will also be pre-
I.OAW BACK» TO FAHHI HS,
and for said loan will require the sacks return
ed 6lied with grain to mv warehouse.
Soliciting a share of your patronage, I aha 11
in return therefor endeavor to givn von aalis-
w. a S tells .
McMinnville, Or., June 28. 1883.—mi.
heard on the 4th day of September 18*3 at
one o’clock r. m .; and that the next of kin •>
said minor, and all persons interested in «aid
e«UU, appear at said time at the Court House
al Latavette, Oregon, ami show cause, if an\
they have, why i».<;d Jami should not !*» *..¡«1
as prayed for: which said land is described a-
The undivided nine-elevenths of the fol
lowing deecri bed real e<tat‘, to wit: Conj-
rneuemg at the South East o rn»r of the Do
nation Land Claim of John H. Setile. in T >wn-
•Mpe II and 12 Smith. Range 2 West, in Linr.
County. Oregon , thence Wes»
thence North H.13 cb^ns ; thence East »»♦»
chains to the North-East comer ot Mid p na
tion Claim . thence South to the place of be
ginning. containing fifty acre*.”
And that a copy of this Order be «emd
upon the next of kin of said minor and upon
ail persons interested in said e«iate. by pub
lishing the fame tor three successive weeks ir
the Y amhill CoriiTr R kportkb prior to said
4th day ot September 18M.
I «tn also agent for the
ferthwMUra Jia xfactery i Car CcmpaEy’:
The Old Reliable,
FARM, Road and Mill MACHINERY,! EUKISKO
I. now permanently located in tbe Brick on
<nd 11 w b»v. on exhibition at mv Mor. n fine
Fiurd Street—near the portoffiee, where will
M- trui nt Ot ?’»nu au.i Rood Jfaclnnery, in tie louinl .11 kind, of
St. Paul Twine Binder.
C.II .nd we mo .t the Wall»,-» Buildui;.
opposite Masonic Hail.
E. X. MARDISC.
The Westinghouse Thresher
«• nil kind.,
l<eHd.Chee.c. Fre.h Fl.h, »M|, nnd
Brie« Fi.li, Bacon, Hawn, Egg.,
»lour from l.afajette Milla,
In fart ,|) kind! of Farm Machinery
In Oct even-thing hept in a
A. C. Southmayd 6 Potier,
REAI, E* 1 ni: AGENT«.
SHERIDAN. YAMHILL Co , OREGON.
\ aluable Farm Lands for sale in quanti’¿et
and on terms to suit.
FIRNT-f LASM M A Ilk E l-
Hardware. Crockeryware. Groce
All to be Kild LOW, FOR CASH.
Gir, me a eaR.
Mi-Minarille, Oregon, i
Mar 21, 1S83 i 1|Bj.
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