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very loan« article in thi* I Mrs. 0. S. Smith, ot W. T., ie et her oW
! home visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
I he farmers of this section are all happily IF. Springer.
dwanpomted as tht* grain is turning out I Several of our pioneers are talking of go-
much better than theyjiad expected.
j ing back on the excursion next month.
Mr. Mont Stewart will have a public gale j Crops in this seotion are better than was ex-
of his corses, cattle, sheep, hogs, farming 1 pected some turning out from 30 to 40 bush
utensils etc., about the 29th of next month. els per acre.
Anyone needing anything in that line will
The stenm thresher from the Broad Mead
do well by going as he always has good
farm passed through town yesterday, going
stock and good tools to Work with.
down to the Waddle farm to thresh.
Our quiet town was somewhat disturbed to
day bv hearing of the capture of G. W. Smith. School begins the 1st of Sept, under Prof.
A little after noon there were some extras Hurston, formerly of Independence. Prof.
sent down from the ‘•Register” office to be H. moved to town yesterday.
sold at 10 cents per copy, and they were go Mr. — Lewis, of this place, came home
ing like hot cakes until after the mail was ; fro to the harvest field one evening last week,
looked over when it was found that every j and was taken violently ill. His case was
subscriber to the RepoRTEB had one free; thought very critical for a day or two, but he
then the man authorized to sell them from is now getting better. We learn that he has
the “ Register” office refunded tho money. brain fever.
But no matter, the long talked of Smith is
captured and it is the general opinion of the
people of this section that it is for tho best,
whether he is guilty or not. Those who
have seen him report him fat and lookin'*
August 20, 1883.
Another accident has happened that has
T raveler .
cast a gloom over our community. On last
Thursday afternoon Harvey Yocum, a young
man about twenty years of age and youngest
lof L'rankliii Y<>v u.-’.i.accidc.iially shot him
August 21, 1883.
and died in about seven hours; he was
The most absorbing topic of the week is
the capture of G. W. Smith, tht supposed buibed on Saturday, the entire community
murderer of Mrs. Patch, just one year to h attending the funeral. Harvey was working
day after the murder. Vnd during that year with the ¿threshing machine of James Brown
he has been loitering within a few miles of and when they were nearly done he stepped
his home aud the scene of the murder. Of to one side and handed his liat to a little six-
•Olli b • < :; ihav
..... ng to do with year-old boy and commenced emptying his
the murder and gives some very plausible jumper of some nails,-straw, cliaif, etc., put
reasons for his absence, both before and af ting tho nails in tho hat. and in soma way a
ter the murder. But as you already have all pistol which he had in his pocket was dis
the particulars of the capture, and will give charged, the ball entering the brain imme
them elsewhere, I will not take up space diately above the right eye. No'one was
looking at him ut the time except the little
with a repetition.
boy. Some years ago Father Yocum had a
Judge Boi.se and Col. Kelly camo into town syn drowned in the Willamette river at Sa
yesterday, and 1 hear that Judge Boise after lem and his body was never found. Allen
looking over the court docket, which is very locum is now the only, sun left to comfort
long, decided to change the time of holding the father and mother in their old age.
next term of court from the last week in
A few days ago. when the atmosphere was
October to the last week in September and
the first week in October. It is thought that clear, we stood on Knyfong hill where we
a .splendid view of the mountaiiw -from
the trial of Smith will occupy four or five
Salt creek to Salmon river, a distance of per
haps twenty-five miles east and west, and
G. W. Smith is the lion of the day, and ten miles north and south, aud they were
many visitors come to take a look at him in afire from «base to summit--presenting the
h’8 cage. There was quite a delegation from grandest sight we have ever seen—ten thous
McMinnville Sunday, and every day since and white smoky spirals oould be seen at
visitors havp come from all parts, as far as once climbing above the green foliage of the
news of his capture has spread.
tops of the trees. The fire lias burned over
H. C. Bowel’s saw logs, but he thinks that it
Portland is to have another celebration ; has
dona as much good in ciearing away the
another dodge to attract the country hump brush
as it has damage to the logs, it is now
kin and glean his small change, but the said burning
cloeo to tno farms and it is feared
c. b. lias hardly forgotten the fourth of July that damage
will be done. It kills very little
bilk, called a “Portland Celebration,” and of tile valuable
will probably feel shy of any more such traps
for his cash. A victim says thut a Portland
Capt. Lnfollett offers for sale or rent a
celebration means a great display of cheap splendid stock farm of six hundred and
calico, 5 cent beer and poor accommodations. eighty acres of land with unlimited moun
This is considered a poor year for oats but tain range connected. Terms easy.
Mr. Tom Muston brought in a few stalks of
We understand F. M. Wadsworth. Indian
Russian white vari ty, that will average over Agent at Siletz, in his letter to the R eporter
120 grains to tbs het ■ o 1 he say* they wws of Auguat 16th first to deny and then to ad
not picked but some that had been left on mit the truth (in substance) of the item fur
nished hy us some time ago in reference, to
the campers being ordered off the Siletz res
Our friend Charley Jacobs is tho last to ervation. He says in his letter that lie did
commit “ harri carri,” or something of that not know that there was any toll road over
sort, nnvway he went and got married to there. Why, years ago R. 1*. Earhart, pres
Miss Fairchild, ft her home in Dayton, on ent Secretary of State, Mr. Shirtliff, collector
Saturday last. The Lafayette string band of customs at Portland, Air. Woodworth
proceeded to interview him Sunday night. and G. C. Litchfield procured from the
Good luck to you both, Charley.
Government a charter for a toll road
I have not yet heard a single farmer ex from Grand Ronde to the coast at the mouth
press himself in favor of rep?aling the mort of Salmon River on the Siletz Agency. The
gage tax law, unless gome other law is passed county spent thous'nds of dollars in c< instruct
making taxation more equitable than here ing a road and for years advertised through
the papers and by posters and used «every
effort to induce citizens of the valley to
travel their road and thousands did go and
camp on the Reservation and wo affirm that
the agents at both Siletz and Grand Ronde
Aug. 21,1883. up to the present incumbents, and the em
and Indians too were always glad
The Winooski warehous' will begin opera
when tlia travel commenced and assisted the
county in induoing persons to goto th<-c«-ast.
The north winds have brought some of Some years ago Rev. Devore who was at
Teetotaler’s smoke back again.
that time Presiding. Elder ot the M. .E.
Church, held camp meeting at the mouth of
Smith d' Hayworth will begin
Salmon River and no one ever thought of
their new business house and hull
ob jeetiiw’, a|d he did right too. The gov
ernment granted the charter for the road—
Eli Hadlev has bought the Geo. Mitchell what for ? So that the public might have a
better road for crossing the Grand Ronde
farm near this place. Mr.
prising young tian and wo wish him success. Reservation and camping on the Siletz Reser
vation at the coast. But all at once without
Mr. George Ir.glea of thia plnoe has gone notice or warning, when a large number of
to your city to follow h.s trade aa plasterer. citizens are quietly crossing the Reservation
Mr. Ingles is a very proficient workman.
one Indian Silas, armed with an order, with
John MoGni -e of G.'.lifornia. is visiting his a threat in it, from the agent, demands from
fifty cents to one dollar and a half fora
cousin K. O. McGuire ot this place.
•• permit”, what for ? For the privilege to
Samuel WooJ<arJ has gono to Washing quietly, cross the Reservation. They pay
ton county for a header to lmnd his late tneir money to be mot at Salmon River to be
informed by Mr. Wadsworth that they have
Mr. and Mrs. .Edwards paid Portland a no right there.' Now he says in his letier
he did authorize the Indians (old John
flying visit on Friday last.
I expect) to stop ail persona from crosalng.
We sbouM Judge that W.T.. Everest means What the people object to is, that a nian who
businoas, the wav to is wearing oat horse has lived here a long time in penc1' and quiet
-vith every one. including the Indians must
flesh between here and Bridgeport.
3et a “ permit” to pn«s quietly or camp on
Hon. Will C. King Grand Lecturer of Ore ¿he
Reservation. They all admit that the
gon will lecture on .emp noc in Middleton. agent has tho right and no one objects to his
Sept. 2nd. A oordial invitation n extended . xt reising that right, to arrest all persons
who interfere with tho proper govctinnetit of
E. J. Hadley contemplates visiting Port the Agency. We have heard a good many
-xpresa the desire to see the order authori
land this week.
zing Indian Silas to sell permits for going on
Miss Slav lloln.-.’m b .a an elegant new the Reservation published. The public
organ, lit the wav ."»Ir-s R- w’ill tw-icli a six would be thankful if Agent Sinnott and
months schoool in this district the comine Wadsworth would publish their ciders in
. gard to * permits’* for the privilege of
We understand that some young gentle- crossing or camping on the Reservation.
men of this pluoe, doii’t want to climb tilt In conclusion l*t us sav that v.e are not ac
mountain any more. Never ¿¿.ve up m a quainted with Agents Wadsworth or tha' we
would write a word to interfere with the
good cause boys.
right of Agent Sinnott as we have al I ways re-
J. F. Smith and Hobson wlih their wives. gardod him as a friend r.nd that we only
claim to express the ideas that we have
paid Gafr.ydte si visit S “ iturday.
heard from a great many very good people.
A young man must have very little oonr-
M. D am
age to wait till a young edy gets nearly
half way hr-me and tl then a al: her for hr
company, as one young
was known to do not !■ b,ng since. Ch*-ek ift
Q -3 iii o juruhip youa.
>ne vf the ¿seiifial thin«
Smoke clearing awav.
JaH’shel Every Thursday, at
O R k G O N
Editor and Proprietor.
I, ju XKVILLE
si BSCniPTION RATES.
> copy ppf VeRr’in advance..............
August 21. 1883.
Several farmers oominenoed hauling whsat
(’apt. Powell started his oleitnor Inst Wed
Sheriff Collard was in town one day last
Sheridan’s popular merchant, Mr. K. N.
biii-il. wits in town oil business last week.
Chrenoe Carey is up from Portland on a
L. it to bis parents at tbts place.
Hrs. Harley Stevens, of Oregon City, in
testing her father Capt. Crawford.
Mrs. G W. Swank, a former resident of
(this place, is here visiting friends.
Miss Lizzie Jiaab of Portland, is the guest
t,f Miss Lizzie Wolfe.
Mr. Warren Hastings, Mrs. Allen and Mrs.
Ho-rriagH of Port Townsend W. T. are visit-
ius relatives aud friends here.
Mr. W. H. Saylor of Portland was in town
Several of our young people attended the
circus at McMinnville bust night.
A string band from Lafayette favored us
with some good umsio Sunday night. . .
Mr. G. F. Detmering left for Portland
¡Sunday morning to meet his brother who
comes from Wisconsin. Gue has not seen
.him for 13 years.
Mrs. Mary Morgan, is here visiting rela-
'lives and friends.
_ The considerable enterprise shown by the
l R epohter in issuing an extra giving the
particulars of the arrest of Smith, was ap
preciated by its many readers in this seotion.
Considerable sickness in town at present,
Mr. A. J. Smith lias been very low with
something like the typhoid fever, and sever
al other® are confined to them beds with the
Willie Hcgho» Las resigned his position
rith Lo^’an Bros, .t Henderson at this place.
He is succeeded by Mr. L. C. Turner.
Oar enterprising harness maker T. E. La
bin, moved into his new shop last Saturday
Mr. L. C. Turner while sxddleing a vicious
horse last Sunday evening, was kicked on
the leg, but luckily escaped serious injury.
The fall term of our public school will
'•orumence the second Monday in September.
Miss Ann Martin lias been engaged to take
charge of the higher department, the
teacher for the primary department has not
been engaged yet.
A light shower last Wednesday night
cleared the atmosphere of smoke for a few
days, but it is now as bad if not worse
than it was before.
hear favorable reports of the wheat
crop from all parts of the county. Mort-
g;i;;e Bros, threshed 40 acres of wneat which
yielded 35 bushels to the aore. George Knapp
also reports that part of his land yielded 36
bushels p?r acre, while we have heard of
none that is yielding under 20 bushels, this
with the prospect of receiving a good price
for their wheat ¿5 making the average farmer
The little son of Mr. Yeialer met with a
very painful accident thi.% (Tuesday) morn
ing. Ho was endeavoring to pull the bow
of a boat np on the bank of the river and
d his foot resting on the board through
•vhich a spike had been driven, the boat
slipped Out of hid baud and falling on his
foot which partly rested on the »pike, drove
the spike entirely through bis foot, mangling
it terribly. Dr. Mills dressed the wound and
at last accounts the little sufferer was resting
as well as could be expected.
Dr. Mill» has on exhibition at his office,
what is supposed to have been the thigh
bone of some animal now extinct, it roeas-
nres 87 inches in length, 45 inches in circum-
ferenee in the largest part, and 2# inches in
the smallest part. A gentleman who claims
to have Seen the skeleton of the largest ele
phant ever brought into this country, sava
that this bone is much larger than the cor
responding bone in that animal. It was
found near Sand Lake by Mr. M. M. Ed
L loyd .
Born, to the wife of Mat Cain, a son. Also
fothe wife of J. G’. Marsh, a son.
W R. Lewis has sold his hou.se end lot to
Mt*. James Smith, of the Grove, whp up on
i business last week.
Mr. Mont $t< wart has sold his farm, con-
, lining something over 240 acre«, to Milla A
l Howe for $8.000.
Mr. E. H. Anderson enire up from Port-
’and and spent Sunday with us.
Martin of Dcnd e wi’J teach at tin
R. Lewis and Wesley Morgan left lari '
Ehnnday for Portland to be gone some tine. Tater Hil! school bou’a this winter.
.Miss Ella Watson, of Dayton, has been
Ws understand that Xewbrrg Lodge I. O.
at this place during the paat /■■’ ’T* ,- -¡¡| give a Lunch U.15K»* p'^sfivai
.¿'m’time in September, for the benefit of
Mr< W. J, McConnell left for Moscow Lmt tho Orpheus Home.
to join her husband, who has been at
T..,- t-,1 .k-r ¿orms to be very much o’terested
place for several weeks.
ill old h>i<-tM.h>r, and t'm fashion. Me would
him to give them i a rest.
Th're is considerable sickness among the
uttle folks of this neighborhood.
A V.'ari'ingtoncounty i Knight of the ■school
m**n nber of the Legisla-
Mr. Mllem Barker has been very sick with room, msrnwi JI
ture of W. T. Tl is is the ».••••■ »nd time for
lang fever, but is now improving.
sighs and says, it K but
b<*. Px»r boy ; his brilliant
T. L. Jones preached his farewell! ought not
hi»v? courage dear brother,
*Xpon at this place yesterday evening.— ! hnpr^ are Mas
"nib* we very much regret losing him, we buckle
w— the armor and try strain.
nuo Etf £ Go.
w’sh him Bucceas in his new field.
Ella Wntaon leaves here tomorrow
ir • ancouver to attend conference.
Married. < ng. 19. 1PR3. Rt Royal’s Hot« I hr
JJfv. H. C. Morgan, Mr. Chas. Jacobs to Miss
«artha Fairehild, all of Yambill county.
’Vilbnr Sitton leaves ns tomorrow for a (
yh? the States, intending to b* gone about
ight morphs. We are all sorrv to havo him
wve nq Wilbur is one of the bovs whom ev- i
2®°®/ ttkea; we wiah him a pleasant jour-i
Honey dew in the mountain* by the gal
lon. Perhaps’ this sounds big, but it is a
fact; the fern leaves, and in fact everything,
is covered with it. and the bees cannot help
being rich this fall.
Quite an accident happened on the L> hurt,
at the Eagle Lumbering Mdls. Will Kuns,
who drives the mill team, was driving down
a steep hill leading to the mill when one of
the w.’tgon wheels ran up on the grade, up
setting the wagon, breaxing A in two and
throwing the driver some distance, nearly in
to the mill pond, but bnpihly.no one was
injured. The team ran aw..y but were soon
The family of D. W. McUu’l ware badly
• • Thursdav.
•*• - *
His two dmight.
frightened ■ last
cm were alom M’fvs Alic« wont to a clothes
press to gets n article of olothiag. and in
wn a gun which was
re loving it jarred down
discharr iivg it «nd
standing in the prew*.
Anr. 21. 1W.
vnding the haff through s shelf and unv-r?»!
til ’.«'on. anti bar *-
irned Lou. fr »m B. C. L
lv missing the young lady's bend. With the
a$si«itancc of her sister Ihev extingniehed tho
fire c'iuv-d bv the discharge end r »thing w:«
damaged but the clothing, thnnuh tho ladle«
1 daughter. Lo’tie, wore badly frightened and think the best
iliasoun in a f»w plane f.»r firearins is in thajgarraC, with the
«>*2 90 PER ANNUM.
Crops are turning out better than was* ex
pected. K. W. McCall has some as fine look
ing gruin as I have ever seen anywhere.
Physician and Surgeon. ATTOBNEY AT LAW AND NOTABY PUBLIC
Scarlet fever has made its appearance in
this vicinity; two children of Mr. James
Has permanently located in McMinnville LAFAYETTE, .... OREGON.
Elliott have just recovered. Mrs. Elliott is
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab
again stricken down with erysipelas. Mrs. for the practice of his profession. AH calls— stracts
day or night—promptly attended to.
Gillam is still very low.
Money to Loan at all times.
V elvet G rass .
made at usual rates.
E. E. GOUCHER, M. D. W. D. FENTON,
••HACKMETACK,” a lasting and fragra n
perfume. Price 25 tnd 50 cents. Sold by Rog-
era & Todd.
NO. 1 SALOON.
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
À. D. HOWARD, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
For Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s
(Succwsor to M. Feker,)
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Rogers
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
Third St.. • •
nc.Hinnvllle,Or. attend >n given to diseases of Women and
Childreu. All calls promptly attended to.
The beet Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit Pesidonco—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price ters, Wines, otó., the markets afford. Also, :ho
50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold bv Rogers best ot cigars, and the justly celebrated San
Francisco Lager Beer.
W. M. RAMSEY,
G. G. BrSGHAM,
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitaliaor is guaran-
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
ilttorneys at Law
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made .miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem
edy for you. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
(Situated at the Depot,)
I., II, COOK, Prop.
Office of Geo. G. Bingbam, Notary Public-
one door West of Furniture Store,
M c M innville
O regon .
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
rpHIS HOTEL IS FIRST-CLASS 1n every par*
Mouth. Sold by Rogers d: Todd.
A ticular, being furnished with all modern
DR. W, A. B. MILLS,
appliances, and setting before it® guests only
the best the market affords.
at F. a . Hill's Drug Store, Dayton,
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL Sample-room for the especial accommodation
of Commercial Men.
Remember the place- at the depot.
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
*• ' Money to loan on good real » state securi
.. G. G. BINGHAM,
“ Len’ me yer knife, pipe an’ tobaccy, an*
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
fumble yer pocket fer a match while I load the
dudeen.’* Which being inteipreted, means that
Me Hinn vi lie,
2 H. WELCH
€21.4 K EE S L A FO fi. L ETT,
J. B. HOHR,
House, Carriage, Sign
Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars,
Painting done in the neatwt style, on the
Tobacco, Candy and Notions which he propos shortest notice and at the most reasonable
Counselot at .Law.
es to sell as low as is consistent with the prices. Shop in the old Beary building on
Offcp»»hl*eridaii, lauiliill Co.,Oregon law of live-and-let-live. And having set up a Third between A and B Sts.
Particular attention given to Conveyancing Is prepared to do slashing and grubbing with
soda pop and oranges for sale under the Pho
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
tograph Gallerv at McMinnville.
W. H. BOYD, M. D,
H. H. WELCH.
SURGEON <fc PHYSICIAN,
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
ing companions cordially welcomed.
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
AIL order« promptly tilled.
/'AFFIOE—un stairs over planning’s Tin
* Store, McMinnville, Oregon-
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
Dosirable property in the town of Sheridan
Yamhill County, consisting of a blaoksmith men and Children.
If not in office, san be| found by enquiring
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
vt either of the drug stores.
lumber and wood shed.
P. 6—Patients have the right to have their
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
LOTS FOR SALE.
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
I OTS Nos. 1.2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Row- dTTOXJVE ÏW »1 T Ini W,
land’s addition are. offered for Rale at a bar
gain. Fino location near the depot—just east
STERJLIXG F. ESzlKDIXG of the residence of L. H. Cook, on the east side
of railroad track, on Third Street. The three
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER, lots will be sold for $400, if applied for soon.
-"*• Kcal E«iat>* and Collecting Agent, and No*
lary Public All work pertaining to this line
McMinnville, May 24, *83—lltf.
Office—Jail Building, up stair«.
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, mau-
nfoctur. r and repairer of Boot» and Shoes. AU
work done with m nineHR and dispatch Head
quarters uuder Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
ST CHARLES HOTEL,
J. E. MAGERS,
A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P cbi X
r. MÜLTNIR, Prop.,
Corner Third and B streets,
New furniture! unsurpassed in
OFFICE—One Door East of Pest Office, the Newhouse!
country. Rates—$1 to $2 per day, accord
ing to room. Single meals, 25 cenM. Lodg
Has on bund fine Hacks and Buggies, made
ing, 25 co 50 cents, according to room« Board
from the best material and best workmanship.
and Lodging, $4 co $6, per week. Fine Sample
1’iinting and trimming done to order.
Rooms and superior accommodations for com
W. A. FEWTON,
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
mercial r. en. Supper furnished Balls aud
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
reasonable rates. Give me a call
ißoot and Shoe Maker, aud see at
Business Promptly Attended to.
3IILK, MILK! MILK!!
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo Etc, in Yamhill County
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Milk
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
the best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
Tho.-e wishing to be supplied with the article
All work and goods warranted.
at once can do so bv leaving orders at the Pofrf-
Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
W. G. DAVIS.
by the Day,
Week or Month.
. ' H ' IS S»¿
YlcHI YN VI El.IL -
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
La up 1/ng Gas administered for painless ex«
NEW BILLIARD HALL
The Purest Wines and Liquors kept constant
ly on hand. Cigars of the best brands and on.
of tba best Billisrd Tables in tha State, found
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable-
Corner Commercial and Trade 6ts.,
a .. xzill ,
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
public to his new and fine stock of
DBVG3, STATIONm, PATENT MEBL
Cn?ZS, CVTLBRT. SCHOOL BOOKS,
l uûer Odd Fellows* Hall,
A. LNNIS, Proprietor.
The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept
constantly on hand.
Ü3MT S olar T hanmy .
W. a U L OURbCY,
▼*OY, •». V.
I have all the field notes
ot the Public Surveys of
Yamhill oounty , and am
prepared to do First-Class
work on short notice and
n. a. LITTLEriBLD,
Littlefield & Calbreath,
DR. E HOWELL
1» now prepared to furniih munic for Pfc-Nics,
Celebration», etc., on short nonce and at rea
sonable rates Add
A. V. H. svi l.zjn, Leader,
Phy*icinna and Surgeon*,
HVRI.EUY A SPECIALTY.
I BANK GILTNER.
I kc**p f*H<|ftiioilv on hand the Fin^t Wir
nd L*qijort for Family and Medicinal use.
BUM ! !
T v-beset brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci
gar* kent for «ale. When you go to Day tot
call and see Frank.
PHOTOG n .i p nnn,
Will find it to
Ha» returned to his old stand—up stairs in Bi
monds’ buildmf—with • n»»w
titfMis.la tor hit work, and is now prepared to
nFThat’s the racket,^}
Wheat Receipt», and
W Beside* everything eb
Fr » ii a «mall • te tin-type to a large Cabinet
line, ha good a* the neat, on
¡’lease give me a call.
8NYDE THE PR1