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A. V. B». SKYEER.
Editor and Proprietor.
SI IISCHIPT1ON HAT FS,
I CATARRH CURED, health and s'vwt breath
secured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price
Mr. Ed Long, of French Prairie, was ovar‘fi0 cent», Nasal Injector free. Sold by Rogers
last week to visit bis mother, Mrs. Win. Ball. I Todd.
Born, Aug. 23rd, 1883, to the wife of James
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Hartford, u daughter.
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitahzor is guaran-
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
.. Mrs. James Smith and Miss Minnie Laush-
liu, of Forest Grove, have been visiting their
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
brother, Mr. Thomas Laughlin. They were that
terrible cough. Shiloh’a (Jure ia the rem*
accompanied by Miss Nettie Lee, also of the
edy for you. Bold by Rogers <r Todd.
»2..10 Mrs. R. Higgins end Mrs. Fannie Renfro
1.50 left last Thursday for a trip to Moscow and
Boise City, expecting to be gono about three
Mrs. Tcrwiligor, of Portland, made h^r
brother a visit last week, while on her way
home from Tiilamook.
M s. Wm Robinson is visiting with her
duughter. Mrs. G. W. Sappington.
Mrs. Dr. Hammersmith, from the moun
August 27, 1883.
tains, spent Saturday and Sunday in town.
Wt ‘ ; /. obs arc abundant und thv smurf
Mr. Samuel Donyis very sick with typhoid
boy u happy.
fever ; bis son. John, has just recovered fr< *m
J. ?.. Lnbo, of Efldt Portland, was in town u long siege of the fever, and the rest of the
family show symptoms of coming down with
on DL ai.ic.i3, last week.
it. We think it time to look after their well
A. J. Smith is able to attend to busintss or spring or wherever they get their water,
us we understand the water is so bad that it
is green. Clean your wells if you want to
M! J L’.Jiie JUob returned to Portland avoid a great deai of sickness.
Our school comtnenoei Sept. 17th with
.t this place, Aug. 32d, to the wife Misses Foster and Wood, teachers.
of 1 .-ax
^Deputy Sheriff Harris was in town to-duy
M;.». John Palmer it here on a visit with on business.
roli.a/iaj and friends.
Elder Ro3s. of Portland, preached an ex
cellent sermon here yesterday.
Grana and Wolfe paid Portland a
Dr. Bakeford and family, from Wisconsin,
flying v.a.t Usi week.
are visiting with his brother-in-law, Mr.
Ed C; io c .me up from Portland last bat
ta j. y c/cuing, returning Monday.
Miss Hoffman, of the Grove, is visiting at
Watson, Sigler and Powell, who A. D. Runnells’.
h.i/j ~-¿¿a attending Uonierenue, at Vaucou-
Mrs. E. J. Renfro, of W.tlla Walla, is here,
v , . . j . j ,, uu past week, returned dome visiting her son, W. H. Renfro.
Messrs. Lr?e and Thos. Laughlin went out
u L uth of the bone, which the writer Inst week after grouse, and daring the hunt
di i . . a ,;,ou v/uuE, snould have been 37 they became separated, Lee gettting around
liuauj . ig.uad ot 87, as you had it.
in front, and Tbos., seeing a grouse, fired,
J. i . . .lion brought into town one day aud whs startled by hearing a fhout from
¿a id-pjund watermelon, which was Lee, «bout whom, it proved the ¿hot had
been plentifully sprinkled. Only two of the
raisad on bit» placa.
shot struck him. the one on the wrist draw
dBros, threshod 1,500 bushels of ing blood. It was a close Bhuve, but Thus,
wb~.it .a three and a-balf day.*, on Gapt. M. got the grouse al! the same.
Urj.v»j/d s larm, last week. It averaged 26
Mr. John Dempsey was called to Dayton
buahelA per uore.
last week to visit his wife, who was vory sick
J. .ters ia filling an order for 60,000 He returned to-day, leaving her much better.
br. •. I . W.C. Brown, Dallas. It will be
Mr. J. D. Edwards is quite siok.
Lfcc.i . :..e erection ul a brick store at that
We hear that boob of the wells in town
A. i. . ylor, Esq., has improved the ap- are giving out.
poar-t.jis of bis residence with a coat of
Died, at her residence in Moores Valiev,
August 26th, 1883.Mrs. Robert Bowles. Mrs.
was a good, Christian woman and was
A. A. Crane started the cleaner in the now
highly esteemed by all who knew her. She
wawiiQuse, yesterday morning.
was married it...:
her . death
2ir. Auyust Dotuiering, who arrived from and leaves a husband and numerous friends
< «at week, oil a visit to hia brother, to mourn her demise. Her funeral will take
Mr. G. E. Det me ring, of this place, left this plaoe Wednesday, from the church.
T havedek .
in kh i. ' ldr ill-.n, where he has relatives
re.ddin4. Hu expresses himself as well
pleased with this country.
3n‘‘ < opy por year, In advance.............
Ä9 5O PER ANNUM
OHEi-OX, THlttSDAY ALGLST 30, 18S3
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos-
itjve cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Mouth. Sold by Rogers 4 Todd.
E. E. GOUCHER, M. D. W. D. FENTON,
Physician and Surgeon.
W. T. NEWBY
LAFAYETTE, - - • - OREGON.
Has for sal** at bis yard in the eastern part of
Has permanently located in McMinnville
Spueud attention paid to Land Law and Ab-
for the practice of his profession. All call#—
itrocte of Title.
day or night—promptly attended to.
Money to Loan at all times.
300,000 Nowly-burtied Brick,
Collections made at usual rates.
Which be offers to the public at prices as low
as the lowest.
Samples of these Brick can be seen at this
A. D. HOWAUD, M D.
NO. 1 SALOON.
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
Notice to Tax-Payer*.
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Equa
lisation for the County of Yambill, State of
Oregon, will attend at the Court House in said
county at the office of the County Clerk, from
Monday,the 17th day of September,1883 to Sat
IVotico Tliias J urday,
the 22d day of Septemper, 1883, inclu
-------------- , INSTRUMENTS bought. sive, to publicly examine the assessment roll
all errors in valuation, description
Monev to 1c
loan on good real estate securi-
or qualities of landr, Jots or other property,
Apply to •
G. G. BINGHAM,
and ail mortgages which have been incorrectly
Campbell'« Building, McMinnville.
All parties interested are hereby notified to
CU1KLES LArOLLETT, appear at the time and place mentioned.
M. B. HENDRICK,
Assessor of Yamhill County.
Counseloi at Law.
Aug 23. 1883—23w3.
BUSINESS <fc PROFESSIONAL
STERLING R. A.C., No. 1G
Heal Estate Agents
Warren, Magers & Frink.
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn McMINNVILLE,
ing compunions cordially welcomed.
YAMHILL Co., Or,
Grain, Grass and Stock Farms
P ro .
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
All orders promptly filled.
tn Y’amhill and Polk counties For
>alc ou f&ecAsouable loruiw.
Physician and Surgeon,
(Successor to M. Feker,)
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit Residence—at Mrs. Talmage's.
ters, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
best ot cigars, and the justly celebrated Ban
W. g. BAX BET.
O. G. B15GQAM,
Francisco Lager Beer.
McMiuuvllle, Or. attention given to diseases of
RAMSEY &L BINGHAM
¿tftorneys at Latr
Office of Geo. O. Bingham, Notary Public-
one door West of Furniture Store,
Of fc*>—Mieridau, Yamhill < o., tircffcit
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Belling Real Estate.
ATTORNEY AT UT AND NCTA3Y PUBLIC
nnHI? HOTEL 18 FTR8T-CLASS in every par-
A ticular, being turniahed with all modern
DR W, A B. MILLS,
appliances, and setting before its guests only
the beat the market affords.
f^FFICE at F. A. Hill's Drug Store, Dayton,
Sam pie-room for the especial acccrmmodaticm
of Commercial Men.
EemBmber the place- at the depot.
J. B. B.OSB,
House, Carriage, Sign
“ Len’me yor knife, pipe an’ tobaccy, an’
fumble yer pocket fer a match while I load the
dudeen.” Which being interpreted, means that
2 H. WELCH
CITY LOTS AND
Fainting done in the neatebt btyle, on the
Has bought Harry Robertson’» stock of Cigars,
TOWN PROPERTY. Tobacco, Candy and Notions which be propos shortest notice and at the most reabonable
I’ xrtio* deoiriiiff to purchase should es to sell as low as is consistent with the Prices. Shop in the old Beury building on
bird between A and B Sts.
call uud see ui or write for circular. law of live-and-let-live. And having set up a
STERLING F. MARRING
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER
**• Real Estate and Collecting Agent, and N’< •
tary Public All work pertaining to this line
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
ufacturer and repairer of Boots and Sbo<i>. All
work done with neatness and dispatch Head-
quar’ei'd under Odd Fellows' Hall, McMinnville,
Is prepared to do slashing and grabbing with
soda pop and oranges for 6ale under the Pho
tograph Gallerv at McMinns ille.
A farm of 360 acres, 7 miles south west of
H. H. WELCH.
McMinnville, Or.; 200, acres in cultivation, 60
more easily fitted tor the plow ; 100 acre i tim
ber and pasture, good buildings, orchard and
plenty of small fruits, house and barn
supplied by pipes with running water. Soil
property in the town of Sheridan
excellent ; no waste land ; lies on county road
in an old settled neighborhood, with school and Yamhill County, consisting of & blacksmith
church close by. Price $23.00 per acre. En shop, wagon 6hon, good dwelling bouse, barn,
lumber and woou sbed.
quire of WARREN. MAGERS A FRINK.
Reul Estate Agents.
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
Notice to Hunters
from the best material and best workmanship.
Notice is hereby given that all persons tres
Painting and trimming done to order.
passing upon ray premises—the Young farm,
General Blacksmith and Rcpuirer.
on the south side of the Yamhill River, two
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
miles north-east ot McMinnville—after this
dute, will be dealt tyith according to law. Se
curity to mv property demands this action.
J. J. SPENCER.
1185,31, 1EILK: MILK!!
Aug. 2nd, 1883—20ts.
The undersigned wishes to inform »he peo
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
lie best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
at once can do so by leaving orders at the Posf-
W. G. DAVIS.
Fran'c Giltner, of Portland, was in town
Aug. 26, 1883.
hut wt k. Wc uuderetand that he intends
Mrs. Hall, of Portland, who has been vis
vurch 'Mng the saloon at this place, owned
by Adam Rossner, and would take charge iting nt Ezra Woodward’s and Jno. Brown’«,
returned home Tuesday.
sòme tune during next month.
L loyd .
Miss Jones, of Dayton, has been visiting
the Missea Heater, near thia place.
R. Everat has oommenood harvesting his
hops, lie reports a good crop.
August 27, 1883.
David J. Wood and N. Y. MoCollum, with
Notwiih ' mdtng ’he pessimistic predic their families, will »tart tor their future
in Washington Territory in a few
tions. tn year, w» far, bus proven both
fruitful mid healthy. That the general weeks.
health is ; ><>d, in this section at least, is
Lee Smith and Fi nd Blair have finished
pi »ven I the fact that in a (Mjpulution ot digging Jus. ¿Ioskina’ well; depth, 71 foot.
about i,500 in this p vuinct there have been
Messrs. I). Evertt, Heater and Jones, with
only two deaths tins year. And as a further
'' ä ’ 9
proof 1 may relate that, of four doctor«, one their families, start f >r the coast in a few
is o I > a ¡(during tour, one is farming,one days.
is ut San Francisco attending the conclave
There is a g’‘oil de d of sickness in this
- p.iiitniiv walttag for place, nt pres.mt. Mm. Sade Smith has been
Office-rOue door east of Hartman’s brick.
sotuj’> dy to call for his services.
■ iiiito si(d< with intermittent fever, but is
Thit tile year is fruitful is proven by the better. M irs Laura Drutsdmr aud Ham l nnglting Gas administered for painless ex
fHot lim »ports from 35 farmers give an av- Hutchins are very sick. Dr. Lyle, of Mid
•raqe yield of
buahels to the uore of dleton, is attending them.
whu;it sown b for* the 1st of April. Later
Ilainsey Bros, broke the crown wlioel of
ii i i vet to hear from, with tiny
r’a » y. Tholow.iSt yield 1 hear of is 13 their thresher, Friday, and will hava to lay
bush* to th a cm ; next, 1'.); all others up for the rest of thu season.
rnnee from J > 1» g), and one, a small piece
\. D. Flint, of Portland, visited this place Take» pleasure in inviting the attcnti'?h of the
that -urea I • rod th« frost, had 61 bushels to on bnsin.ua Monday. Mr. Flint* r< present» public to L ib new aud tine sttvk of
♦bea«v.‘. On«» fact, plainly to be observed, Watson. Wright .’>■ <’•»., one of the solid
isthitt th • ( uiiornia aee I bits made the best business bouQos of Portland.
0EUJ3, swioum, PATENT MEDI
yield . , . tlity and quality and pluiu|>-
CINES, CNTLEBY. SCEOCL BCOES,
new of f.i.iiu. The early grain is all cut and
I. G. Moon lost hi« watch while working
nnd ii i!y all threshed, and fanuers are bo- •>n the residence of J. Hobs- a, Saturday, but
ginni i: «• i th> late, a * we may confidently was made happy by its recovery Monday
expoc*. t > t t- cl«»sa of the month will very morning.
Preieriptions carefully compounded and
nearly • » the close of tho harvest.
Dr. Jessup intends going back to Iowa on charges reasonable.
Wv ar • •’bout to lo.se one of our beat citi- A visit, about the middle of Sept.
ttn.’.. J, . T. H: mbret», Eaq.. w going to move
C huo E m <1 Co.
to Portl: 2nd rbout the la*t of the month.—
f i like
“ Uae'e •n,” who hits lived here and been
our ebb« lu.m
.......... for 40 y£ars, he having —
tied i ’L i iv tie and* built tho first bouse
E ditob IltroETEB On last Sunday morn
tliinke H p haq rusticated
snongh i .w, - id will try a metropolitan life ing a wsek ago, Mr. H. C. Bowell callod at
look attend him; my house and informed nie that tbo tiro was
> be uh prosperous in Portland na Jangerouslv near a small farm of mine on
here. . i vette will cheerfully rsoommend, Trawlord Creek, near Grand Konde, and
\tuna to bi« now neighbors.
Sunday evening Mr. Joe Thorp kindly car
ried me in his buggy to h.s home, and early
In m- gt I I nd Charley Jsoobs married Monday morning 1 ’was ou the premises, but
it alioukl have l»een at North concluded that there was no immediate dan Lafayette,
M l)a. •
Yawl’. 1 • ’ t the st < node wag at Dayton.— ger. Tuesiii.y, However, we had to com-
I gut th i t « Utile mixed.
nienoo work in earnest. We used hoe and
r<ik. in scraping the moss and leaves off the
Our :! 1 j ,,:> four prisoners, now—one for ground from two to four feet wide around nUEL.CO.TLE
• nc t »r iii ion, cue for burglary and che exposed part of the premises, and when
one fur horse'Stealing.
the wind waa right, set firs on tho outside of
the path. By dint of working and wat<-hing
Will fin ! it to
Me - v 7 ¡¡. v i Diudolu, of the Lafayette for seven days we succeed, 1 in saving the
Is, are making preparations for iniproreru.nlrt. At one tire, about sun down
*n en. <
nt of bnalnega. Tncv have fix there was within one hundred and iiftyyards
•d up t
'?:”p,«»n warehouse and will »tore >t the funning not less than fifty large dead,
iney onn pet in it, «nd Ro I* fir trees aflame from the etvtind to the cop
To call at the above Saloon.
* ° rood portion of th« neighbor- making s roaring noi«1 like a cvolone ; but
I keep constantly on hand the F n«»*t Wines
then bv Having the extra the wiud favored us again and we weio suo aud
for Family and Medicinal use.
■t • ppi ng it here after it Lua been oeasfu!. The dr. is moving slow y down tip-
lOlt-’i rA’WLl.L, Froprirtvr.
on the farms, and uni, -s it rstns eoon they
ty M Dr. Calbreath waa com will have to be saved t v hard work and con
’ n Carlton, and when but r stant watching. Th. bi. drift on Crawford
t •’.<. • t.iiR Mdo of that place, his Creek hits been burning several days. Time
ven. for which we
d ( cad lu the road. The Dr ly nnd sufficient aid w.
IL C. Rowell,I
• ver the cause, of tlie sudden are trtdv thankful, bv M
Gals' Wieser. M. 0. Morris nd the family of
the latter. Without tha.r h-'p we would have
t J. H. Clark, formerly a aaloon tost tho improvements ou the form.
• pbov. h now at Kalema. W.T.
Wheat and oits ar.' turning out rathsr ,
4 tl.e position of night watch.
light naar Grand E nde.
more grants to ths sqnsre a -re
1 ♦ the citizen* of tl.iRplaor met at
and elected a oommhtee tn in the orert bottom on tuv n'aes t'"n r.ny WATUHES,
' Y ' Villard, when he arrive* at other farm in Polk muntv—A-.van in bv the
4 '» d endeavor to find out when the fire, 1 suppose—and the tre’pi.a law will not j
« R« I’n'-ul will ba finished, if be enforced.
• ’U mitfee oonaiata of W. T>.
. 1 Purbenk, IT. R. Littlefield,
nnd R. r. Bird. I under
r«*r Lam* Back, i le «r Ched
1 v vbcrv and Strinutown will al.ir Phmusi Plaster. Prie» 25 cen’s. Sold by Roger* n the Brick Srore, corner M »nJ Jefli-ecn ft't
*•>'on the »«<'ma errand, A* th* * To-i l
be then driven, and Mr. Vi!
atty Rood (if Juat after din-
••HACK MET ACK « Is* I «ni f-is-rn H ‘a!rk Repairing and Job
.r listen with a kindly ear. and
• • mast eventually be done; it perfume. Price 25 f nd 50 cenU. Suhl by K*'C*
bing a Specialty.
H at . en A T^dd.
FRANK A. XUIX,
DR. E HOWELL
T. C. STEPHENS,
JEWELER & ENGRAVER.
Pioneer Brick Yard
Thousands ot Brick, of the best qu
• n band and will oonsuinily be Kept at the
brick vanl of
A. C. SAYLOrt,
LOTS FOR SALE.
Having purchased of Mr. W. T. Newby the
well-known McMinnville Warehouse, I shall
lx prepared to store this season’s crop on as
i.ivnrable terms as can be done in McMinn
vula, and shall be ready at all times to pay
Cash for Crain,
¿\FFIOE—up stairs over Manning’s Tin
Vz Store, McMinnville, Oregon
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
men and Children.
If not in office, an be| fonnd by enquiring
vt either of the drug stores.
p. 8—Patients have the right to have their
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
J OT8 Noe. 1,2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Row- .7 TTTOIWJEYSdTL.l W,
land's addition are offered for sale at a bar
gain. Fme location near the depot—-just satt
of the residence of L. H. Cook, on the east side
of railroad track, on Third Street. The three
lota will be sold lor 8400, if applied for soon.
GEORGE WILLI», Jr.
Offic*>—Jail Building, up stairs.
McMinuville, May 24, ’83—lltf.
J. E MAGERS,
Saline:: Promptly Attsndai to,
F 3ZUXZTNBR, Prop.,
A tt ' y at L aw & N otary PvBii
Corner Third and B streets,
Newhouse! New furniture! unsurpassed in
i^TFICE—One Door East of Pest Office, the country. Rates—$1 to 82 per day, accord
ing to room. 6ingle Qieals, 25 cents. Lodg
ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room. Board
and Lodging, 84 to $6, per week. Fine Sample
Rooms and superior accommodations for com
W. A. FENTON,
mercial t. *n.
Supper furnished Balls and
parties at rea&onabje rates. Give me a call
Boot and Shoe Maker, and bee for yourselves.
Having secured entire control of the yard
formerly run by C. G. Saylor, the above named
proprietor start6 out with the intention of man-
u torturing and supplying ibis public with
brick in any quantity, of a quality guaran
teed to be as good as the best, and at prices as
low a» the lowest.
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
A suitable reduction to parties purchasing Etc. in Yamhill County
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Give me a call and see for yourself.
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
A. C. SAYLOR.
All work and goods warranted.
Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
Notice to Fa liners !
w. H. BOYD, M. D .
SURGEON & PHYSICIAN.
by the Dav,
Week or Mouth.
NEW BILLIARD HALL
The Purest Wines and Liauors kept constant
ly on band. Cigars of the oeFt brand» and ouo
of the best Billiard Tables in the State, found
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable.
J. C. COOPER
Corner Commercial and Trade Sts.,
it its higuost market value. Will also be pre
LOAN SACKS TO FAK.YIEltS,
I have all the field notes
ot the Public Surveys of
Yamhill oounty . and am
prepared to do First-Clase
work on short notice and
ard for said lean will require the sacks return
ed filled with grain to mv warehouse.
Soliciting n share of your patronage. I shall
in roluru therefor endeavor to give you satis
W. A. WELLS.
McMinnville, Or., June 28,1883.—mfi.
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
Shi-iglss, Shingles !
Tbe Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept
*. a. uminuD,
constantly on band.
Viider Odd Fellows' Hall,
J. F. CALBRKATR,
1 HE FINEST SAWED MflNGLBR
ever made in this section are now being man-
Miller & Bowers’ Shingle Mill.
Is now prepared to furnish music for Pio-Nies,
Celebrations, etc., on short notice and at rea
Cheap es the cheapest and good as the best.
A. V. fl. ANYt. z.R, Lewder,
Look at them.
Enquire of F. W. REDMOND. Agent, at
McMinnville, or of
MILLER A BOWERS.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
FI ÆK I>5V Æ lì E,
Littlefield & Calbreath,
Physicians and Surgeons,
SVRGF.RY A SPECIALTY.
The best brands of Liquore, Wines and Ci
ga-s kent for aale. When you go tn Day tot
call and see Frank.
OF ALL KINDS.
tw - nztitrs ,
P HOTOG EJPIIER,
Has returned to hie o! I stand—up stairs in Si
monde’ building—with a new equipment of
utena'la tor bis work, and ia now prepared to
OF EVERY KIND. GO TO
D. I. CORKER,
LxfayetU, Or ¿¿on.
2T That’s the racket.
Wheat Receipts, and
"V Besides everything •'Ire in the
From a small • se tin-type to a large Cabinet
line, as g<x»d as the nest, on abort no
I’lease give me a cell.
6NYDE THE PRIXTEB.