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«*•150 PER ANNUM
the iœfokteb ..
S,A< i J1 i th* boys had tha“ataaMaiiache”
mat week, and had to quit work. Green fruit
corn and sich, will generally fetch em.
PnbHihed Every Thursday, at
The warehouse at the mill is 4OxGO feet and
OR IGO N the Kides reach eight or ten feet high. The
water is turned into the race.
Müßt every one who has had threshing
done, has stacked their straw. Good idea.
A. V. I*- STT YITDHm.
Is there no wav to prevent the town au
Editor and Proprietor.
thorities from playing croquet in the town
of Sheridan on Sunday ?
yne copy per ypftr-,n
Anguat 13, 1883.
A Lefever returned from southern Oregon
Noah Robinson and party returned from
Wilhoit Springe last Tuesday.
Mrs Henry Shank, who haa been very low
with Typhoid fever, is much better; Dr.
Odell reports her out of danger.
Mr. C. P- Roberts, Phrenologist, was in
town last week.
Mr. Warner Broynian and wife, of Salem,
passed through town yesterday.
Dr Mills left for Portland yesterday, to
meet hie wife, who has been visiting her
parents at Yreka, Cal., for the past two
Oar young friend Ed Crane, who has been
iu the employ of the D. F. M. Co. for the
iMSt year, has resigned his position with the
Company and will make Portland his home
in the future.
A party of about 100 excursionists from
Charopoeg paid us a plenaant visit last Sun
day. They arrived here at 12 o’clook on the
steamer Isabel, and proceeded to enjoy
themselves in the best manner possible un
til 4 o'clock when they left for home appar
ently well pleased with their trip.
Ker. J. T. Wolf will leave for conference,
The concert given by the W. C. I. U. at
the JI. E. church last Friday night was well
attended and was a very creditable affair.
The exercises consisting of music, declama
tions. essays, improratu speeches eto., were
good, particularly the duett by the Misses
Wolfo, and the solo by Miss Hammond
whioh were the gems of the evening.
L loyd .
August 14, 188«3.
Hon. W. D. Fenton and family, who took
a trip to Bunch grass, have returned looking
well and much refreshed.
Dr. H. R. Littlefield left for California to
attend the Conclave of Knight Templars at
San Francisco. He expects to be gone two
or three weeks.
Al Fletcher, T. B. Nelson and several oth
ers have been out on a hunting and pros
pecting tour. They returned looking decid
edly thin, very hungry, and “ nary color” of
gold, silver or lead.
Four wagons, loaded with fencing from
Sampson’s mill, passed through town on
their way to the Martin place. There was
between eight and ten thousand feet, post
and boards, on the four wagons. Mrs. Mar
tin intends to fence off the R. R. track.
H. B. Sommerville a few days ago got out
of his dog cart, and went into his warehouse
without hitching his horse, and he (the horse)
started without his driver and came across
the bridge at a tearing rate, and in under
taking to turn the comer at Mayer’s corner
came all heels up upon the sidewalk, but
soon righted himself and away he went
again through one street and then another,
until he filially smashed things to flinders
and surrendered without injuring himself.
The officers installed by Sheridan Lodge
1. O. G. T. No. 118, on last Wednesday even
ing are as follows ■ W. Potter, C. T.; Augusta
Richter, W. V. T.; J. E. Richter, W. 8.;
George James, W. F. S.; Alice Churchman,
W. F.; Harvy Bogue, W. M.i Alice James,
W. C.: Celia James, W. I. G.;J. W. James,
W. O. G.; Chas. Whitmer, P. W. C. T.
The Sabbath School at the Christian
Church meets each Sabbath at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Porter is superintendent. The school at
the M. E. Church meets at 2 o’clock—super
intendent J. W. Chapman, assistant Edith
Lafollett. Both schools are largely attended
The Open Temperenoe meeting last night
at the chnppol was largely attended and
speecherf were made by Prof. Van Sooy, Capt.
Lafollett and Paris McCain. The string
band and Glee Club furnished the best of
music and the order and decorum was all
that the most exacting could ask for. The
temperenoe sentiment is gaining ground
here and society is much better than it was a
few years ago.
S. D an .
Smoky, Smoky, Smoky.
And Alderman and Ccuk sell wagons for
Which make« all the farmer« trot in with
There is Edwards with Getchel, and Wand
And lager beer Bob, with billiards and deals.
Also, James Johnson, who never says cave,
When a fellow is busted and asks for a shave.
There is Springer & Christman, who have
money to let.
And interest take whan you have money to
With a safe in the corner chuck full of gold,
And a number of town lots that havn’t been
There is Woodson, the waltzer, and Sim
mons, the sweet,
And Amasa, who sings tenor, with awful big
There’s Johnny, whose book-mark ¡a the
king or the jack,
And the* girl who on Henry has lately gone
Now look at the city, no man will deny
That the boom just coming will make her
With railroads and farmers and money plen
Get away from the window, let Lenard sing
We have churches and schools, and houses
And girls on the marry and boys on the pop,
And improvements in hotels, we saw it the
Nave filled a straw tick just over the way.
I trust when I am older to marry, you know,
And not be an old bach and mix sour dough,
But I hope to be lucky—the pa rd of a wife,
And engage in the business of nursery life.
So here is to the glee club, and Lyceum too.
How we all laugh when they come out in re
With Allen and Springer and Sanders on the
When they open their mouth there is naught
left of their face.
I have spoken all the words that my lecture
I have put all the quads and points in their
And if these verses you find to be true,
Please excuse me and PH bid you adieu.
Counselor at Law.
C. W. HULERY Pro.
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
(Successor to M. Feker,)
The stock formerly owned by George Ban-
gasser A Son will be disposed of
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquor®, Bit
Proprietor ters, Wines, etc,, the markets afford. Also, :he
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci best ot cigars, and tho justly celebrated San
gars kent for sale. When you go to Day tor Francisco Lager Beer.
call and see Frank.
For Cash or Produce.
Great Reductions are made iu
< £ 1< < ><D EHI MM
Littlefield & Galbreath,
(Situated at the Depot,)
Pliyaicians and Surgeons,
WROERY A SPKCIAI.TY.
ISIDORE KITTLE, P ro .
A fine lot of
I., il, COOK, Prop.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
HI« HOTEL IS FIRST-CLASS In every par-
ticular, being furnished with all modern
appliances, and setting before its guest9 only
tne best the market affords.
Sample-room for the especial aecommodatioD Boots Hnd Shoes
of Commercial Men.
Remember the place - at the depot.
Lower than Portland prices.
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
All orders promptly filled.
KTERLIXfi S IIARDÍN»
NO. 1 SALOON.
Oifcp«»9beridau, Yauihill Co., Oregon
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER»
A non .
Real Estate and Collecting Ageut, and No®
tary Public All work pertaining to thia line
“HACKMETACK,” a lasting and, fragran attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
perfume. Price 25 end 50 cents. Sold by Rog ufacturer and repairer of Boot» and Shoes. All
Harvesting is in full blast.
ers A* Todd.
work done with nestneas and dispati'h Head
There has been considerable threshing
quarters under Odd Fellows' Hall. McMinnville,
done about here, the past two weeks by a few
For Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s Oregon.
machines, but they all expect to make a Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Rogers
start this week.
Misses Ida Moore and Lizzie Wolfe, of
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath
Dayton, were down here on a visit last
secured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price
50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold bv Rogers
Judge Townsend and daughter, of Lafay & Todd.
fine Hacks and Buggies, made
ette. were down here yesterday.
from the best material and best workmanship.
trimming done to order.
Mr. Hawkins and son, who are living down
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
on the Columbia, were up to make their old Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is euaran-
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
home a visit, last week.
Miss Maranda Hadley was over from the
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
Grove yesterday, on a visit.
that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem WILIi, UILK! MILK!!
One young gentleman says he is going to edy for vou. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
leave Oregon if the fashions don’t change
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo
soon ; he thinks the old fashioned dress and
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
hoops on a girl makes her look like the d—1,
from his farm to town and furnishing
or something else. We are sorry the poor itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker the nest of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
fellow is about to be scared out of Oregon, Mouth. Sold by Rogers Jr Todd.
wishing to bo supplied with the article
and p?rhaps out of the world simply be ■„ .1,.. ..... .....re,.,.......................................... n^. Those
at once can do so by leaving orders at the Post
cause the girls are wearing dresses like moth
W. G. DAVIS.
er did some twenty or thirty years ago.
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
Julius Wiley, of McMinnville, was down
yesterday on a short visit.
DR. W, A. R. RILLS,
There were quite a number out at the Ed
ucational meeting yesterday. There were
at F. A. Hill’» Drug Store, Dayton,
speeches by Dr. Jessup. Judge Townsend,
Wm. Hobson and others. There w’as a sub
scription of $1000 taken for the purpose of
building a college at this place. Thut is a
Saturday morning, between one and two pretty good start, and we think there is a STI'.RLIXO B. A < No. I«
o’clock. J. J. Hembree hitched up a team to fair prospect of our having a college all ready
take the Sheriff out to Carlton. Now, Joe for business in 12 or 14 months.
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
was willing and the Sheriff was willing, but
the horses evidently thought the hour un Quite a number from this place expect to before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
coin panions cordially welcomed.
seasonable and the demand unreasonable, so tak* a trip to the top of Mt. Hood, as soon
they concluded not to go at all. Then Col as* the smoke clears away.
lard said they must go, and Joe said they
must go, but they didn’t go much in that
Revs. Jesse nnd Mary Edwards held di W. M. BAMSF.Y,
u. «. BINGHAM,
direction. The noise brought everybody out vine services yesterday forenoon at Middle
of bed, the men in their drawers and the ton, and in the afternoon at Tualatin.
ladies in their—full dress, to see Joe and the
RAMSEX' & BINGHAM
Sheriff and the horses have it out. Up and
Miss Lizzie Woodward returned home
down, over and under, they went with an oc- yesterday from her trip to Harrisburg ; she
•dttorneys at Law
•ssioual glimpse of the hack, or what was reports having u pleasant time.
left of it, until the horses got back to tho
One old bachelor at this place, says if he
Htable when everything became quiet once
more. Mr, Collard went to Carlton iq anoth was going to marry he would ju»it as soon be Office of Geo. G. Bingham, Notary Public-
folded and put in a room full of ludies, one door West of Furniture Store,
er buggy. Charley Nelson says that if he
had been there that team and hack w«»-kl rnd take the first one he comes across, as M c M innville
have gone through, you bet. And I guess any other wav. I wonder who wouldn’t if
they panted to marry os bad as he pretends
The typographical union was in town
yesterday, as drunk as the union with a bottle
There are seven wapis hauling K. R- ties
of whisky could make it and so rich it didn't between this place and Middleton to Dundee: ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOT ALY PUBLIC
e*ire a — for the Call, Bulletin, or any other that don’t look very favorable for having a
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON.
on*horse paper. It flourished around very R. R. very soon.
plenty for a while, and with a grand flourish
Mhiried. Aug. 12th, 1883 at the residence 8peci|d attention paid to Land Law and Ab-
of it« arm effected such a union between its
itracts of Title.
elbow and Tom Bryant's nose as uiade the red of the Hides parents; Mr. Nelson Brooks, Money to Loan at all times.
torrent to flow and Tom rather hostile. The of W. T., to Mta h’oaa Olds, of Middleton. Collections made at usual rales.
last seen of tho typographical union he was
counting ties to McMinnville, with fifteen voting people a long nnd happy life.
T betotaleb .
minutes to leave*town in. He hailed from
A. I) HOU ARD, .VI. D.
The yield of wheet m so much better than
Physician and Surgeon,
A Parody on Amity.
looked for that farmers are picking up cour
age a little, and think with a fair price, they
will be able to pull through.
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
i remember quite well when our patches attend in given to diseases of Women and
Threshing commenced very generally, ear
were new ;
All calls promptly alter ded to.
ly last week, but «»wing to the smoky atmos What a small place was Amity; its people
Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’».
phere, it was found that the straw was yet
too tough to thresh; so nearly all had to When the city was macfe of thr^e houses or
•]uit for a while. On opening shocks in the
field, the bundles were found to be as green .Mid the Amity Hotel had its back door be
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
r.s when cut. and the grain itself quite soft,
after standing two. and some three weeks. When the post office was kept just over the
A good shower of rain is needed now, to put
.irroK.vKiw.ir t./ ir,
out the fires and clear the atiD^aphere, so the In a tea ohest, which Breyman had emptied
hot ran can put the grain in a condition to
And the store in town was just like a big
I hear also, that much of the hay pul ur>
in barns is sweeting and heating, although Untied by some peddler, and thrown off his
it was allowed to cure the usual length of
PQW what a change, how mighty, how
time and appeared in proper condition when
The city with people, the people with sand.
Mrs. Gerald and her sister. Miss Van Slyte. We have churches and sg I iou I s . town hnlls
HT, CIIIRLEW HOTEL,
of Portland, are visiting with James Old«
family. They are after fresh air, which ear. Bovs on their muscle, nnd two legal lights.
V. MULTNBB, Prop.,
be had here in plenty.
We ht».ve Rollins A Hale—« first class Co,—
Corner Third and B street»,
The first load of wheat passed through
\nd Bnntin. who wishes all parties to know n< YII^NVH.Lfi;
town this morning.
That he’s here for to sell, and not for to
New bouse! New furniture! unsurpassed in
N at .
the nountry. Rates—11 to 12 per day, accord
There is Simpson with watches that will ing to room. Single meals. 25 cents. Lodg
make you stare.
ing, 25 to 50 rents, according to room. Board
And Buntin. with stoves and all kind of tin • nd Lodging, $4 tn
August 1A I**5-
per week. Fine «ample
Rooms and superior ncrommodations for com
Smoke ard dust ag disagreeable a« ever.
With Rubels £ Likens who worn where *ti mercial t en. Supper furnished Balls and
Times are looking up a little.
And one or two
where boys play for parties at reasonable rates. Give me a call
J. M. Townsend has moved into his new
i nd see for yourselves.
rhere^s^FutroaR A Watt who deal is |**ath»r
Wm. R. Eads, who went to the Sound
country. last spring, has come home on a
▼i«it, and will remain a week or so.
ft ADcHtooth. too. with a neat butcher shop.
< Lafollett had twenty acres of oar« . j
ovinia buggma tiptop
i z\ U Kl Q
Rl ’ C DDIPif
threshed that yielded forty-six bushels to y-npre
who deal out th* J v n No vrl o oRlVsIv,
" wT • .
... .u . X „..h.»
*£** •!? , tonit<i oat An I
»t th» mill, grindina op whe«t.
Tli. P<ir.«t Wine, .nd L quorn leapt ronM.nt-
thut. bn-Hh-tat’: th.
Thta «Th» tat Whil. Vota i. fix.no op 1«X*. for 4. f»et. ly „„ harJ
nf th. U hr.n-1. on-l on.
Itaihid » th^itaioa
Wtil* ba-si‘* m “S,t,ns
McC,r,er * Of th. ta Billiard T.M« in th. Rtata. fonnd
rop yet threshed in thw «ettoa.
. „ ,
Dr. D. W. Cox ha» his crop threshed rno $ondir’. Goucher and Taylor are molding
everything under shelter.
E. E. GOUCHER, M. 1).
EGOTI ABLE INSTRU M ENTS bought.
Physician and Surgeon.
Money to loan on good real estate securi-
G. G. BINGHAM,
permanently located in d/c.Vinnville
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
for the practice of his profession. All calls—
day or night—promptly attended to.
The attention of the public is called to the
Office—One aoor east of Warren A Magers immense bargains now offered at the
CHARLES LAFOLLETT, office.
“ Len’ me yer knife, pipe an’ tobaccy, an’
fumble yer pocket fer a match while I load the
dudeen.” Which beiDg interpreted,means that
Cheaper than was ever offered in this city.
I respectfully invite the public to call and
examine goods and prices.
Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars,
W. F. BANGA88ER.
Tobacco, Candy and Notions winch he propos
es to sell as low as is consistent with the
law of live-and-let-live. And having set up a
2 H. WELCH
Is prepared to do slashing and grubbing with
soda pop and oranges for sale under the Pho
tograph Gallerv at McMinnville.
II. II WELCH.
House, Carriage, Sign
For Sale !
J. B. ROHR,
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
lumber and wood shed.
IHclIinnvi I le,
Painting done in the neatest style, on the
shortest notice and at the most reasonable
prices. Shop in the old Beary building on
Third between A and B Sts.
Beautify Your Homes
LOTS FOR SALE.
— BY USING THE —
I OTS Nos. 1,2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Ilow-
land’s addition are offered for sale at a bar
gain. Fine location near the depot—-just east
of the reaidenoe of L. H. Conk, on the east side
of railroad track, on Third Street. The three
lota will be sold for $400, if applied for soon.
(.I OKGI w If.I.IK, .Jr.
McMinnville, May 24, ’83—lltf.
STAR MIXED PAINT
It will not crack, chalk or peal off, and
HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH
J. E MAGERS,
It- DI RABI11 I \ ud < IILM’NESS i»
freely admitted by all who have used it. It is
A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P üblî prepared
by tne union of Pure White Lead,
Oxide of Zine and Boiled Oil in such propor
Business Promptly Attended to.
tions as to chemically and permanently unite
yictii vx vii . i . h .
ukfgo ' v OFFICE—One Door East of Post Office, them. It is offered to the public as th»
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
Bost Paint Ever Produced
Laughing Gas administered for painless ex
convenient, being mixed READY FOR
THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR.
W. A. FENTON,
FHAXTK A. HILL,
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
public to his new and fine stock of
ANYONE CAN APPLY IT.
It is put up in 1-8, 1-4, 1-2, 1 and 5 gal. cans.
A Large Supply Always On Hand, at
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
IREOS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI Etc, in Yarnhill County
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
W. D. FENTON,
B. F. HARTMAN’*
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
All work and goods warranted.
Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
DR. E HOWELL
Notice of Application to Purchase
U.S. Land Office at Oregon f’ity, I
Oregon, May 10, 1883. I
Notiro is hereby given that. A. S. Bible,
of Yamhill County, Oregon, haa made ap
plication to purchase the E. 1-2 of N. W. I 4
by the Day,
ho I W. I 2 of N. E 14 of Sec. 21,T4 S, R 7 W
Week or Month.
Transient Stock. Will, Mor., under the provisions of the Act of
Congress, approved June 3, 1878, entitled “ Au
Art lor the sale of Timber Lands in the States
of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
Corner Commercial and Trade Sts.,
All adverse claims to said tract of land or
any portion thereof, must be filed in the U. 8.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, before
the expiration of sixty days from this date.
Given under my hand this 10th day of May,
L. T. BARIN,
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable-
l iider Odd Fellow*’ Hall,
/|FFICF-up stairs over Manning*» Tin
' ' Store, McMinnville, Oregon
A ENNIS, Proprietor.
Particular attention paid to disease» of wo
men and Children.
The Finest Winos, Liquors and Cigars kept
If not in office, 'an be| found by enquiring constantly
vt either of the drug stores.
P. 8. — Patients have the right to have their
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
/* U O T O G K ./ P H EK.
Is now prepared to furnish muaic for Pic-Nies,
Cttlehrations, etc., on short notice and at rea
»enable rates. Address
A. V. H.
Has returned to hi» old »land— np stair» in Bi
monti»’ building—with a new equipment
' 1 1
utensil» for his work, and is now prepared to
N otary Pmi.rc.
From a small »ixe tin-type to a large Cabinet
Picase give me a call.
J. < LOOPER
I have all the field notes
of the Public Survey» of
Yamhill county, and am
prepared to do First-Class
work on short notice and
J. E. MAGERS.
N otary P ubuc .
WARREN a MAGERS,
Real Estate and Insurance Agente,
NEW BILLIARD HALL
---------- o- ——
Will find it to
Farm Land» of all claawr« lor Wale on Fs.y Terms-
A I mo , T om is Lota.
To call at the above Saloon.
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wine«
»nd Liquors for Fsmily and Medicinal use.
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
1OH3 CAMWI.I.L, Prnwrietwr.
Legal Papers drawn with Neatness, Accuracy and Dis-