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t bixtyjonr raiHmd.% whose July
s^enwtii.oi' earnings is published in
SCHOOL & miscellaneous
Astoria is going to have a cod |d Financial Chronicle this morn-
g, two show a decreuse as com-
Jack West, of Pnrtlaml, purchased are‘l with July of last year, the
[Bangasser’s building on B street.)
3d head BerUhire hogs of Millicai?lost importent being Manitoba,
( gocciatoli« TO N ELeON a BIRD.)
~ DRUGGIST, n
4 H .ward at Salem. The price pai wll|e'h heads the list with the loss BANCASSER & PAULUS,
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was $15 per head.
of 8204,5'10 011 the business of the
l’arUêN Visiti»« I nfayette will g<Tt|
month, Wabash fallowing with $202-
Frank Fisher, son of Gaines Fir 128 in earnings for seven months,
Katidsouie Percanlaueby Com tu« t«
Here is where you can get your money’s
Siore to Make their Fiinhae*. w
er the liveryman of Salem, commit® ending July 31. Of sixty-two roads, Mortb in *
He p hu
suicide in Pendieton on Wednery that agrogate $156,050,770, thirtoer
School SïuppUe», äc -
Be«f, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
night of last week.
show a decrease amounting trt 819-
aud everything *n the line of meats, of the
A son of Judge F. A‘. Clieno’r}'1> 1'40,892, which makes the net il- treat quality the country affords. Also the
crease oyer-last year $1,256,979, an
of Benton county committed
Of the Latent Varieties of
Bost of Bolognas.
by hanging himself on Wei*81’’}’ an increase mileage of about 4l"0 Give us a call and Lo satisfied.
ryil.-s. . Among the decreases are
night of last week.
BANGASSER A PAULUS.
found the Central Pacific. $711,-
Hayes who stabbed Dick .1i£er *n 720 ; Illinois Central, $2,33,474 and
Hill's varieties, Astoria l» .*Pring Union Pacific, $398,261.
G. H. HEMSTOCK,
D. P. HAIiVEY,
O. W. FBANCIH.
has been acquitted. The vJ’ct was
severely denounced by tlield^f"?'*.
Knd are prepared to offer to tho^e patroniihf
advantageu which they have not
OsrJar Cosper, son of wliam Cos-
u.ind Office at Oregon City. Jregon, (
July 13, 1883. I
per of Jefferson preci’1- Marion
Prop’s of the
Notice is hereby given that tie following-
county, committed sti‘l*e with a
When in McMinnville it » ill pay you to caU «t
named settler has tiled notice of Jis intention,
pistol a few days ago ;
.cause as to
tnuke final proof in support offter claim,and Eagle
We keep a fall stock of
signed is’iit health.
'THE HHICIK SSTOniS
vv^ill be.made bebre the County In happy Valley, ten miles west of McMinn*
Clerk wt' Yaiubill County, at Lafayette, Oregon,
The scene of.the ir»sacre of Gen. on Thursday, Aug. ¡23, 188‘i. viE’: Ruth A.
And see my New Stock of
'ten's, Boya’ and Youths’ flotilla',
Custer and the aeve'c°mpanies un Hold red gej Homestead¿ntiy No. 5177 for the
hoots and bìioes, Hata
der his command i to be.-«saçkeiï Lot I of Sei*. 7 T. 5 S. R. 3 V.
names the following witnesses to prove
Lumber of all kinds furnished on shoit no- Dolman*,
with ii granite ino^ment, inscribed bar She
continuous residence upon, and cultivation tice.
with the names ofle slain.
of,, said land, viz : Thomas Fletcher, of Day
Dressed Lumber a specialty.
Filchings^ ColonctteSy Hosiery, .Dress Goods, Skirts^ Suitings,
ton, Yamhill County, David Monastes and
The California '«migration Asso Thomas
Belcher, of Portland, and Amos Low-
Quality e<fual to the best; prices as low as
and everylhing pertaining to Ladies’ Wardrobe. Also,
arrival ot 1021 re n a. of Sell wood, Multnomah County, Oreeon. the lowest.
L.T. BARIN. Register.
Give us a call and convince youreelves that Coats’Furn.ish.inE; Goods of all2D©scriptions
emigrants in tlr state during the 18t5
we mean Ixisiness.
Boots, S/toee, Sandal«, Ladief Walking Boots, Slippers, at 'l Everything rOBACCO & CIGARS
week ending At»- 19, Most of them
are from Iowa, dinois and Kansas.
New and Novel, before purchasing your Goods Elsewhere.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Slailoittry, Glass and (Jneensaare,
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D. S. Wrig-’, living in Whetsone
Hollow, has «’’t finished threshing
U. S. Lind Office, Oregon City, )
28 acres of rai", sown with a drill,
Oregon, June 28, 1883. )
which has elded 1,456 bushels.of Notice is hereby given that John II. Jackson
I also Lave tbe Celebrated
wheat, thrrber’s measure. He. .lias, o(Tillamook O>., Oregon, has made applica I will pay the highest market price for Mer-
also ihresH 50 acres of hand sown
chantabk* wheat, clear of sack. Clean and
No, 30, Township No. 2 South of Runge No. 10
wheat whl’ average 50 bushels to W Will. Men, under the provisions of the Act store frao of charge, in case 1 buy ; in case you
sell to otner parties, it will cost you 3 cents for
of Cougross Approved June. 3rd, 1878, entitled cleaning and storing,
the acre. . - -
Clock» and Watches,
“ An Act f<jr the Sale of Timber Lands in the
I am now manufacturing nn
The p.traits on the new postage States of O’if'-rnia, Oregon, Nevada, aim in
Oils and Shell Hard warf,
stamps mt come in use October Washing^»! Territory.”
All adverse ciaims to said tract of land or to which I invite the ¡closeat inspection. I
1st are 1-cent, Franklin; 2-cent, any porHon thereof, must be tiled in the Unit
And also a large assortment ot
it. Try a sack, and if it is not as I
Jacks© ;3-cent, Washington ;5-cent ed Stales Land Office at Oregon City, Ore guarantee
recommend, return it and your meney will be
Garfiel6-cent, Lincoln; 7-cent, gon, before the expiration of sixty days from refunded.
Stantp ; 10-cent, Jefferson ; 12-cent, this
All kinds of Mill Feed on hand or made to
Gifen under my hand this 2Sih day of order
LAD2ES AND GENTS
Claÿ <3-cent, Scott ; 30-cent, Ham June 1883.
L. T. BARIN,
JOHM J. SAX, Proprietor.
ilton 90-cent, Perry.
carry a full stock of
O tho 28th ult. the body of a
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH
wliiS man was washed ashore just I
police <¡>4 Final Front.
snufi of the mouth of Siletz. The
The Bc&t in use. Also
flesi was all oil the bones—nothiig
Land Office at Oregon Citv, Oregon. )
June 23;d, 18b3: f
lcf but the cords to hold the boies
WHITE LEA n ANT) OILS AND hAINT AND
Produce of a'l kind« taken at the
tqfether. The corpse was found by Notice is hereby given that the following
DR USIIES. Also
fqir Indians. Jt is thought by a^ent to make final proof in support of bis claim,
Highest Market Price.
Vadswortli that the remains.rn^V be and that said proof will be made before the
Thanking the public for past favor« and asking a rmtinuan.ro of their liberal patronage,
County Clerk of Yamhill County, at Lafayette,
t/ose of the late G xirge Stevetu.
Oregon, on Tuesday, Aug. 14,1883, v»z : fearn’ '1 l
BiRD &. GATES.
The State Board for the biilding Robbins, Homestead Entry No. 3.23G for the
B. F. MARTIIAN.
Lafayette, Oregon, August 8,1881.
«f tne Insane Asylum are carsing to He names the following witnesses to prove
de laid from Salem ‘.o the nev build his enntinous residence upon and cultivation ol
ing a large four or tire inch ron.pipe said land, viz : C B Graves and M Downing, of
for the purpose of convoking _gi\s McCoy, and C 0 Robbins, of Lincoln, Polk Panther Creek Mills,
and W, Watt, of Amity, Yamhill
from the aras works at Salen to light county,
county, all of Oregon.
the building with, It\3 a Urge job,
L. T. BARIN, Register.
W. D. ROBERTSON, PRO.
at the present time is nere that half
(Ohi “ NATIONAL,” estahlisbed IPfltJ.)
you want the Bain Wagon, go to Lnnccfi.d.l
Lnnccf 1,.|<1 A- Cook
128 Front St„ Bet. Washington ani Aliti,
It you want the Oliver Chilled Flow«, nllslzee, or the Caasi ly Sulky Plow, jo M
One night last week the ware-
If yon want the Moline Scotch ClipperPlows.
licniK- It r you
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-4 l —
house ut Forest Grove blongirig to
want the old reliable Garden City / Plows, alibi«.«,
go to Lnncericld
Mr. Hinman, was burnd to-gether
If you want the latest and oezt
!«:st Improve! Harrow,
one Hint will told up nnd will cut A. P. Arin<uronr,
uny desired width, get
J. A. Usavo,
iMuniHi and Secy
, , the Rankey
■" of f
«• ••■■ erleid A » uok, Amity,
with six cars on the Wei Side track.
If you want, tbe La
12 to IS Steel Oises, ro to
Washington county seals to be un
I.noccrield A Conk. Ainltv,
If you want a flrst-ciass No. 1 Drill or Broad-Cut Seeder, get the ■■ Monitor’’of
fortunate witli her wtehouses, as
An institution designed for the practical busi
'<!*•'VI 1 ■«]■<« .V
If you want the Best, Strongest and Lightest Draft Slower, then get. the Champion
this is the second one Lrned at For- .Hi ÎE3
M JM-C 1EJ» •
ness education of both sexes.
ast Grove, while Hilltoro has lost
For the best ITav Rake in the world go toLrinccfuiZfl A t ook“», Amity, ami got t he
Tiger, Self-Discharging Sulky Hay Rake.
one in the lost four yefB.
If you want the Best auu most rellablo and latest improved
TOPICS OF Tfili: DAV.
Bird & Gates,
Ä. L. SÄYLOR,
Hemstock, Harvey & Francis.
B. F. HARTMAN.
WATCH là NASCER,
East Oregonian: fo shipments
of wheat have y,-t bin made from
Pendleton, though tfiall quantities
are being brought i. R. N. Stan
field has received abut 2000 sacks
and others 2000 or 900 sacks more.
McKensie & Cavnagh yesterday
bought 50,000 bushls, to be deliver-
ered here, they alsi have agents buy
ing at other places They are pay
ing about 60 cens and furnishing
Sixty thouHani mats of rice re
cently arrived it Portland from Chi
na. The Commercial Herald esti
mates that thesurplus crops for ship
ment will reach 22o,00tltons for this
year. 1 loir exported for the twelve
months past is valned at $1,612.585
whilo-the coin paid by canneries on
thfe Columbia river to fisherman for
catching salmon during tbs four
months enoing July 31st 1883, was
$1,550,000 uid the value of the sal
mon pack diring the season is $3,-
145,000 while the foreign export of
wheat for the »ear will be about $3,1
The Yosemit», Cal. stage was
robbed on Tuesday of last week.
One of the’ pai-sen^rg robbed was a
Knight Templar, same not given
who was releived ,f $325, s gold
watch and his knight'v symbol. '~H<’
requested the return <’»’ the latter as
something useless to tl© robber, but
the latter promptly replied no: ’* No:
vou are a mason and yot. will know
how to get along witlout this.”
Foot pads don t seem to recognize
the authority of gavels, necc-gear or
phantom William goats. Ihat isn’t
their particular countersin.
Mrs. Marv Lynch died at Se-anton,
Pa., August 10th, in her Hot! year.
. Shq probably was tbe oldest p>rsoii
j in the United States of whose age
! there was acunite date. She was
I born in Sussex county, N. J in
; March, 1774. Her father, J.nob
1 Bunswick, served in tho revolution,
and her husband, Jacob Lyncji, «as
a soldier in the war of 1811 She
was the mother©! eighfchildren, four
jof whom are living, the youngest be
ing 75 year of age. She’retained her
mental faculties in a remarkable de
cree, used no glasses, and refused to
use a cane when walking. Her
health has always been good, and
■three days before l.er death she re-
il’used to eat, and lay down andquiet-
I y passed to rest.
DEALER IM ALL KIND3 OF
CLOCKS WÂTCHE and.JEWELRY,
Harvester and Twine Binder
By the Wholesale
Eues Bä VA
I.ancetlvld 4 Took,Amity.
Wc wlil put them IIP, Rive you full instruction» and «'art them to- vou—freu or char e
We will warrant each machine to do No. 1 work and give satlalaction.
We will keep on hand a Full Line of “
in i Binding Twine for the McCormick, so that you will not have to send to Portland For the Full Business Course, - $60.
for them. We will sell on time or for Cash.
If you want the Improved Hodges Oregon Deader, go to jf, tiiceffield A Cook’s Amitv
For the Latest improved
Challenger,” Separators or Powers
loituref ic|tl Cnnki« AnHtv
For Straw Stackers, Grain Belts, CyllmlcrTeeth, all kinds of Belting, etc., etc.,
We have the Buffalo & Mansfield Steam Engines, Portable aij?l*smdonaAmity.
Sample Wagons. Plows Drills, Mowing Maehim % H;.y I nkes, McCormick Binders Etc
on hand. Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
I,A.lCFFIi:LI> a cook . Amity, Oregon.
gouts for Knapp, Burroil A Co., Portland
Rough Lumber, of all discretions, at
I have the agenoy for Johnson’s Patent Easy-
fitting S|H‘ciaeles and Eye-Glasdcs. of all de
Come and avail yourselves of these bar
All work done in a proper manner and i barnains whilotbe opportunity is before you.
If. S. FOWEEE.
McMinnville & Dayton
orderlnir it It contain«
neecription« and vahiable direct ion« for planting
Vfyvtable and Hower Seeds,
P autp, P nu t T twm , etc. Invaluable to all, cat-c-
to Market Gardeners. Send for it I
D. V FERRY & CO. D etroit M ich .
I Stables at McMinnville situated on Tlnrt St.;
•that in Dayton on Ferry St.)
Eenderson & Logan Bros., Prop’s.
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill.
Located on tbe North Yamhill Ur or ar Wes:. r:i 0;< rr-n Railroad R.-i,l, .
Two and one-ball Mile Ea t of McMin 1,vj|o.
We are prepared 1 .
We are prepared to furnish
Address all Ordes to
Cutting and Fitting
Done to Order, will please call on
A MONTHLY SETTLEMENT OF AI,L HILLS
MRS- H. A- ALLEN
will be required by us.
At her reeidene«, in Amity, Oregon.
HENDER8OS A LOGAN Dm s.
A Cood Wagon Read to the Mill.
Carries a full »lock of Furniture. Carpets, Wall is kept by th cm Stabler and Funeral! Turnout«
furnished at any time.
Paf-r. Bird Cage«, Bal.y Carriage., Ao , which
he »ell» at prices so reawnable that nr.&e can
to offer rptciaf induce-
R"-peiring done in a neat and »ulwlantisl
COMMER CIA z j/ZxV.'
Please cal! and examine «ends and pri. «
Tnuuient «todfr Ml with us will rtcH?* the
besf of ear»
To any Taint on the If. O. and TV.
(On Mock «1st ot Planing Mill, two door» ea.l and everything in tLo Livery hire in good
sbajic on shortest notiee.
of livery stable,)
W.H . EKCHAM, PRO.,
W. T. FjOGAX.
W’ C. ITEXpRUROy,
Admitted on any week-day of ihi year. No
vacations at any time, and no exam
ination on entering.
Sale Bills !
Of all kind« «Xftoutad to order n t reasonibk
rates. 8atkdncti<>n guaranteed.
The College Journal, imntaininr: informatigli
of the course of study, when to enter, time re
quired, coat of board, etc., and cut. of orna
mental penmanshin, from the pen of Troi.
Weico, sent free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG.
Lock Box 104.
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The Moat SueoMgfal Rernwly .ver discowr-
«1. »» >1 i, rer'Hin in it« «fleet.
blreter. READ I-ROOF BELOW. Also ex-
Hint for hurrinn fle-h.
F rom a P romikkxt P iitbician .
Woshington, Ohio, .Tune I7fh, l«S0.
*-"• B. J. Kenan., 4 f'o..—Gon'«
U'R your ndvortigement in Turf, Field and
harm,of y„,ir Kendall’« f.r ,vi„ Cura, aud
nving« valuable ,n l «peedv 1; >rwhich had
«on lame from a «pff»ih for eighletn montba
I wnt to you f„r « bottle bv expre««, wh.eh in
ox week, removed all )«men.«< and enlarge-
® larS«’pilot from another borw.
. T"are ••
1 Ire on. bottle wn, worth to me ol,e hunared
Respect fully Yours.
H. A. B f . htoi . et , M. D.
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten’s Milla, N Y, Feb 21,1R79.
1* fSTi1,1 *
G,'n' ■—Th- neniriilar
"•reon which I mied y<1Ur Kendall’» Hp.vm
f'rell m.uv thinrrs
j '’’’•re put tbe f >’t
X~ l.,,r?Una’"l"’"n'i f,,r
pRTNTEb NEATLY, Ql ff KEY Unlm««t it excel,
CHEAPLY, OS SHORT NOTICE, at '
n «T- m . r. t . m - l .
I ««tor of M. E. Church, fatten'« Mill. N.Y.
' ►reul.r giving p. «itive
set it'f r L'0*’
drnggi-ta Lave it or can
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