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iwm’vxLs.osEaoiT, sept a, isa.
A violent storm visited the va .t ru
Atlantic coast last week. Several ves
taid were swamped axi<l their crews
Th«total receipts of the State Uui-
veraity at Eugene for the year emlra„
June SOt’o was, $15,635.80; espendi-
turbB, $14,797,22. .
It is said that a term of the United
S tabes Court recently held at Deal wo...!
coat the government over $10,000 ; ar. 1
yet not a conviction was reocUud in
the many indictments.
The News want» six geeso—one for
every night this week beginning Mon
day. Species not uamed. Age, sex, or
previous condition not mentioned,
For geese and rain the Newt's b. -ou
yearueth. Hare too. Pass the goose
aud water, please.
The largest nuruber of passengers
ever leaving San Francisco for Port
land in a single day sailed last Sunday
—die Oregyu aud Queen of the Pacific
both leaving with fnll lists. Tues
day the Qnoen, while coming iqto
fhe Columbia, run onto the sands of
Clatsop spit, and at latest accounts
was still lying there, though it was
hoped to get her otf at high tide yester
day. Her passengers were transferred
to Astoria, iu safety.
The total expense of tbe Northern
Pacific in the entertainment of its
guests at the last spike exclusion will
be half a million of dollar«. And ma
ny say that this is Villard’s extrava
gance. Well, what of it I Isn’t it bet
ter for him to spend tho money anti
have it put into circulation than Lave
it ‘‘cached’’ away iu some remote cor
ner, never to be heard from, iu a mis
erly fashion ? we think so; for then we
all get the benefit of it.
There is a little breeze on the high
corporation boards th number of
stockholder* in the old 0. S. N. Co.
have brought suit against the Villard
syndicate. The plaintilTs live iu Penn
sylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut.
They seem to have just awakauod to
the fact that Villard et al. came into
control of the 0.8. N. Co. property sev
eral years ago, and they further swm
to be out of sorts liecause Baid property
■was bought at a low price because of
tlio imbarassnient of the old company.
And they bring suit to collect interest
on $3,000,000, and w> enjoin the Vill
ard regime from Belling, transfering or
disposing of any rights or property of
the O. S. N. Co. As this particular
property seems to be a good payiug one
just now, undoubtedly Mr. Villard don’t
eare anything about disposing of it.
At least he won’t till—he gets ready,
lujunction or no injunction.
Tbe great trieuuial conclave has end
ed and that it was a huge success Is at
tested by tho following telegram
from Chicago dated Sept. 2nd:
" Ban Francisco baa reason to lie prond
of tbe commeuts made upon her hospi
tality. There is yet to be published
any luteiview retleoting upon I be man
agement of the conclave. Eveu St.
Bernard speak cousoliugly abont tlit it
ueteut, and do not attribute anythin;,
wrong to the judges or any on« eb«.—
They tbiuk they were defeated ovine
to a rule which compelled them to dull
with right aud lott guides, when the;
)tad none. Mr. Monlton spoke enthus
iastically of tbe treatment accorded St.
Bernard in Particular. Ike entire con-
clave was managed admirably ; every
thing possible Lad been done and well
(lone to make it a success. There were
no hitches and no grumblings. Tin
gl and commander of California, und
particularly tbe conclave comniitt<v
are deserving of the very Light. •
praise. Thlsls the tone of the senti
tneat nttered by member* of all ooui-
manderles iu trani.it, and if there is
a.growler among them .ill ho is yet t
be beard .from.’’
Of all the commanderies proaent at
the conclave, none presented a more
creditable appearan« than did tbit
from Oregon ; aud the Oregon com-
mandery bad tbo houoi of having the
bast band of music present at tbe do
Inge— the 1st Cavalry Band, of Walla
We are beginning to suspicion that
the average biblical archeologist v.ow-
•-day* is au unmitigated de id bf .
Men are admirably clever in the arts .
deception. Iu thia one aitbjoct of an
cient relics, where dead languages -lt d
cabalistic« that are simply bl inks befo .
the understanding of the connicn
world appear as proofs of their «<* i.v
ness, there is a peculiar advantage to
the designing rascal who takes a notion
to speculate iijton the credulity ami
good motive* of tlic people who ar<
•ver eager to learu all they cn of t ‘.>
faith they proclaim, and of its origin
and progress down through tbo ages
gone before. Shapiro, the celebrated
European “dalver" bid* fair, at l ist,
to get his name set down among th<
rarrobatea. The Hberafo mannvr.-.:
which ha claimed to have gotten ti' -
• distinguished Arab, and which the
1st er claimed to have descended tn Ills
family through generations iro-.m;u--
ial. Is pronounced spurious by aininc-it
•ebolars who have examined it and find
that the writing is but a few < >>nts old
Th is the oldest “ sheep-skin editit 1"
of Deuteronomy is likely to go down
into the waste-basket aud the Briri-
government escapes a polite robber;- ot
41,000,000. A good place of ban
mo lt for the horde» of "are': wlo.: oa!’
frauds and jsonsation monger* with
which the world abonuds would be a
good thing to prepare about tUi. age of
M)UTH£Ha rat ine lax »».
T he R eporte «.
Without government land grants,
rLetc would be no transcontinental
ruilioads. It ia upon the grant that tbe
ompany gets its credit, and it is by
t.; passage of tbo railroad through the
. <• of grunt that Dot only tho compa
ny'.! odd seotious aro sold and peopled,
b it ¡uso that tho government’s eveu
i tions incioube in value. For exam-
p no sooner h id ihe Northern Pacific
ru.lrotid grant been acquired than the
government raided the price of its aec-
single minimum, to
i l.bO th'., > lo i.iinirntua. The Northern
Paoiflc railroad company sells italand
irotxt 4>2.5O to
per acre, and
-<t the terra* as follows: One fifth is
. b at date ot purchase, interest at six
pei cent on the remainder, and tbe sec
ón.1 principal payment two years after
p .. . ase, with principal payments every
y«.,.r thereafter. The average lots are
two-hundnd acras, and the bettier is
U tud to have not loas than one-sixth
iii.der cultivation within 10 year*.—
Tbe land mostly sold is wheat land, al-
though parchases of grazing land have
l>. <u ULiiiorous, and already tho com-
■_y have a fringe of fields and a dot-
ri-gof homes along almost tho entire
of tin- third transcontinental road.
. ...> great advantage of the Northern
P. :delays iu the fact that it passes
. . i.., entire distance through fertile
hinds. Already thero is alargo local
tride in Washington Territory and
it... bo, while in Montana the line passes
nougb an old settled country and
i.ilh at several large towns and cities,
all doing an established business.
Disctif-bing tbo scheme of building a
railroad fivi-n Astoria via tbe Clatsop
ud Tillamook bay to the Wi’.-
. i .iette valley, th« Oiegonian sayst
" That this region is hut sparsely set
t! I now is no objection at all to tho
eme, for there will be r>o trouble in
ti ling up a country so well favored.—
r...-c 3 year.! ugo tK-arce twenty families
..veil vit?.in tho range ot the Pen
d’Oreille division of the Northern Pa
il lot year the local
l>.: senger businees aloueof the divis
ion paid its whole operating expense.
To cut i: roc., tho mountains from Til-
lamtrok b.ty, however, would be to
• ave Lalf tbe loaf untouched. TLe
Xestncca, Salmon and bileti rivers,
further south, are rich in varied re-
tources, and could soon supply an im
portant tratfic. To extend tbe road
. oitthto connection with the Oregon
Piciflc at Yaquina bay would by no
inwiDs be a bad scheme independent
of the facilities which such connection
might atioid for shipping wheat from
the center of the valley direct to deep
water at Astoria. The timber resourc-
es of this n-^ion, alone, would fttruislt
a railroad with business for several
THE HOLMAN FAN-
Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday,
Any person wishing a Fanning Mill will
pleaae leave their order« with MR. JOHN 3AX Sept. 12ih 1*83, at the office of the City Re-
of McMinnville, Oregon, sealed bide
or MU. b. P. HARTMAN. Tn«
will be received for the improvement of that
part of “ E” street between iu interik-ction with
FiAh street and a point directly eaat of Jason
will clean wheat be it ev<3r so foul with wild Pelur»’ dwelling houbc on said “ E” street, in
outs, tarn* nau or the jeedo of any nature and W. T. Newby’s addition to the town of Mc
make it c I« aq enough for the market or seed. Minnville, Oregon
Said improvement to
As. a guaranty of what it will do, I will take oonsist ot grading, draining, tilling etc. as par
any quantity of wheat with one wild oat in it, ticularly dear ril-ed in Ordinance No 20, of the
and will eeparat® the oat from the wheat with Citv of McMinnville, Oregon, to which refer
ence i > bereoy made lor the time and manner
LYMAN W. SMITH.
of doing said work aud which Baid ordinance
mav be se» n at any time at the said City Be
er» ier’s office The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved.
.T. S. MARTIN,
Prlce-$25 per Acre.
The cheapest farm in Yamhill
County. For terms apply to
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
Real Estate Agent.
Crockery, Crockery I
Also • full line uf^fanning iniplsj
R. BAIRD’S, I
I bave juft recelv»d a Sue lot of
Parm f Sale.
Acres, one and a-half
miies west of Ainity.
200 acres in cultivation ; new
house; young orchard just be
ginning to bear.
Twine, Wire I
uind Office at Oregon City. Oregon, I
Aug. 31, 1883. '
Notice is hereby given that tbo followtng-
u-me.i e.ttl.r h .s fil«d notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of bis olaim, auo
tb it mid proof will be made before Kegiater
in.d Receiver U. S. Land office at Oregon City.
O rgon, on Friday, Oct. 12, 1883, viz : Jacob
P. liibliuger, llome.iead Entrv, No 5037. for
the A E 1'4 of 8 E 1-4 of Sec U. S W 1-4 of 6
W 1-4 of S.V. 10, N W 1-4 of N W 1 4 of Sec.
lb. »nd N E 1-4 of N E 1 4 of Eee. 10 T 5 S B
He name, tbe following witnesses to prove
his continuous resident*.- upon, and cultivation
of, »aid land, viz: G H. Page, Avery Bab-
cick, Lewis Shortridge and Jerome Dunn, al.
oi Oretowo, Tillamook county, Oregon.
L. T. BARIN. Register.
Spring and Summer ltm2
Farm and MillPropJ
FOK SALE ! 1
The unrf.reigned off.'rs for sale fab J
tn Hurl" Vab.v, ’!
aeree ; 300 acres under fence; aboutOD m - i
cultivation ; good bouse und bain
leut epnug wuter. Aim a lair l
one of tbo beet sites in Ore-ou. I
ibi» whole property ut bid p r
oush down, the balance on n'a-ouabw f™!
Dnquira at tbe Kttrouraa tiffitv.
Saloon & Billiard HaJ
Cha’a Hlraoh, Pro.
U. 3. Land Office, Oregon City, )
Oregon, Aug. 22, 1883. f
Complaint having been entered at thia Offiot
by Charles Nash against Wm. R. White foi
Cheaper lhau Ever Before abandoning hi» Homestead Entry No. 4353
dated March 8, 1881, upon the S W % of N 1
1-4, NW tfot S E j A N X of 8 W 1-4, Sec
in this State, consisting of
Everthing sold at Reduc'
tion 10, Township 5 South, Range 7 Wes'
Eurlhuu Milk Vau»»
in Yamhill County, Oregon, with a view to tht
cancellation of said entry j the 6aid parties an ed Prices.
Dakin g Pane,
hereby summoned to appear before Henry War
ren, Notary Public at McMinnville, Yamhil
Hutter Jar::. County, Oregon, on the Gth day of Oct., 188i
at 10 o’clock a. m., to respond and furnish tea
Please call and examine Goods before pur
and a large variety of Fancy Glassware and tiinony concerning said alleged abandonment.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
The following goods have just been received
from the manufactory and are for wle
>»’. O. Palmer's,
Opposite Bingham's Furnituro Store, McMinn
Notice of Final Prool.
Laud Office at Oregon City, Oregon, )
Aug. 28lh, 1888: f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named pettier has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before Reg-
iater and Receiver U. 8. Land Office at Oregon
City, Or.,on Saturday, Oct. 20, li-83, viz: John
D. Bell, Homestead Entry No 4R96 for S W |
of N E 8 E i of N W i, N W tfor X W#
and Lot 1 of Sec 32 aud Lot 9 of Sec 31, T 4 S,
i He names the following witne-scs to prove
All parties indebted to Dr. J. T. Augur, will his continous residence upon aud cultivation of
■ t’le- without delay, otherwise their account said land, viz : John Gage, W. A. Gage, Thos.
will bj placed iu the hands of an attorney for Foster and Samuel Fester, all of Oretowu, Til
Dit. J. T. AUGUR.
lamook Ctounty, Oregon.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
McMinnville, Sept. 5, 1883—25tf.
T. C. STEPHENS,
raff WQÍES, LIQUOR, DIES kì 0G1
BEJtt Ö CENTS A GLASS
DIPEOVE YOUR STOCK.
Mr. J. J. Henderson,has at bls place,5 miles
west of Amity, a thorough-bred Jersey Bull,
imported recently from Los Angelos. Those
n the Briek Store, corner 3d aud Jefferson St’i wishing to breed cau do ao by the season for
• OREGON $6, due at time of service.
ïllrtfcft Repairing and Job-
blns u Specially.
Would call the attention of the Karmen J
Yimhill and Washington Counties, to them
that they have the agency ft r some of theta 1
makes of Farm Machinery, among wbiij
they wav mention the
DODD’S HAY RAKES,
The Westinghouse Thresher,
Ra5 on hand fine Hacks and Buggies made
from the best material and best workmanship.
Painting and trimming done to order.
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
Horae-sboeiug a specialty.
M c M innville ,
J*. i»’. REJUJUOJVD.
JEWELER & ENGRAVER
[DHUelTSElDBll’s OLD ST1S!>.)
In fact all kinds of Farm Machinery.
Now at the stables of
HENDERSON & LOGAN BEOS.
M c M innville , okeson .
Hardware, Crcckerywarc, Grocer
SPORTING DAY !
A DAY OF
Recreation, Racing, Merriment and Health !
Ou gronnds prepared on the farm of James Fletcher, 1*$ miles cast of
'* JjustY C hief ” No I, dropped April 12tu,
1877 j sire, •' Emperor;” dam, “ Minnie War
P edigree of ” EMruRon” u Emperor” was
Takes pleasure in Inviting the attention of the
dropped Jan. 17th 1875; sire,“ Emperor Bil
public to Lis new and fine stock of
ly ,” dam “Olivea” by imported Neptune(124);
DB7&S, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI grand-dam, “ Olivea’* (232); great grand-dam
“ Nelly Bly,”(228)—imported.
CINES, CUTLERY, SCHOOL BOCKS,
P emgree or “M dixie WanRsx”-^” Minnie
Warren,” solid fawn,dropped March 5th, 1874 »
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
sire, “ Beacon Comet,” 14tb : dam, ” Princes”
Prescriptions carefully compounded and 4th. (2302) j graDd-dam, ‘'Princes” (761)-—
imported bv W. B. Dinsmore in 1888.
T erm »—For season, $5.
HENDERSON ± LOGAN BROS.
DR. E HOWELL
¡.IsMimwille, Saturday, September Otli, 1383
S IC0 Li 'wo n W. E. MARTIN, of McMinnville,
FRED. WICKWIRE, of
V.T bo offerod, as follows:
HOBSË BACES- ■Quarter of
jjca, pv.rse of ¿>50; entrance $10 each—three
nr n ■ a to enter and two or more to start.
triiy \....is. iree to all.
purse of Five Dollars,
Martin and Wickwire to be barred.
Ail entries to be made by 10 o’clock, Sept. Sth
Seats will be prepared for the Ladles. A
: ! ]»• lice , re wili be present to preserve good order, and nc
w; bri : ,ed to make the occasion a decorous and en-
j vab!e one.
\dmic ’on to grounds
A co.d Ù ¡:n dir on is extended to all.
G. M. HLLERY, Manager,
I wouid respectfully cal! the attention of the
people to the tact that I
All parti», are hereby notified not to trespass
upm my premises from and after thi»date,ann For ai kinds of Produce. Oats, Barley, Cux-d
Tho Old Reliable,
t found treqiassing will be prosecuted to the Meste. Lard, Apples, Onion», Eggs, Cbiokess,
Turkeys, Ducks, Geos* aud Potatoes.
fu'.esi extent of tho law.
W. T. N ew » t .
I baro for sale
McMinnville, Aug. 2!, 1883—ml
Is now permanently located in the Brick on
Third btreet—near the pobteilice, where will
iti it, Oats, Potatoes, Ccineut, be found ail kinds of
und Grave ¿Seed.
Notion is hereby given that the undersigned
Frc»U .’I eats, fiauss^cs of
has been duly appointed administrator of the
Head Ch«e»o9 Fresh I'isii. >alt and
editeut Joseph Hayes, deceased, by the County
Dried Fittb, Bacou, fcSuv.:-*-* * -
Ooartof Yamhill County, Oregon. A.11 persons
Canga Gypaon, or Land Plaster
Floor from L.afa.yciu
having claims against said «state are hereby
no-ified to present them to me properly verified The only fertili»«- that contain« Phosphate
at my residence near Bellevue,Oregon, within Line.
tn fact everything kept in a
six month» from this date, aud all persons in-
ae )te<l to said estate will make immediate pay
I am also agent for tl>e
m*>nt to me.
3ellevu«, Aug. 16,1883.
Al! to b. to!J LOW, FOR CASH.
Northwestern hU.ufactcry A Cu Company'e
me s cell.
A Indnistrator of tbe estate of Joseph Hayes,
W. J. G.IBR1MW.
and now have on exhibition at mv »tore a fine
’ii.v 21, io», j IloaS*
iisortment ot Farm and Road Maehtnarv, in-
Just opened on
CARM, Road and Mill MACHINERY,
tew Grocery and Provision Stare
Two kindred and fifty yard race, purse Third Street, two Door» East of
' >, <.
ice h e 8<5—three or more to enter and two or
more to start.
Foot Race— a
Fostoffíce, »Vfrrtk llrnnMl.
a» 1S3E Ah rM' M e«TBT9
Lafayette, - - - Oregon.
Notice to Ail Farties
Mirtin Ljudrcar* Wickwins 10 feet in 80 yards; stakes, Ç100 a side.
Produce * Commission
The principal feature of the occasion will bo a
Everything in th. lin. cheap for etk.li or In
vihang. for country pvoduc». Call and
eximine good, .nd priow.
Fab. 21 ■ 1882-2tf._______ _______
BI CKS FOR SALE.
Th. und,r»igned ha, for »at. a lot of large,
high grade Spanish M,rino Ruck,, which can
oe had al good bargains by applying to or ad
Car« of Thank».
Having di.powd of my Meek of Millinery
at.l Fancy Croods to Miasee Foster and Ruse,
i x I m I ca this method of extending to the cituens
■ t MeMinnville and aurrounding country tnv
• tex re thank, lor the very liberal ¡ct'ronage
hry have beatowed upon me during the time
I have been m bustneer. My aueOMaora are too*
veil kn Wu hereto receive anv reccommenda-1
icna from me »nd I b. pe the'good peop!. »f
tht. section will give them the same eucour-
.geutenl that they have me.
Mr-. M. A BEARS.
St. Paul Twine Binder.
Call and see ma at the Wallaee Buildinr
•»ppoiite Maaonie Hall.
E. X. HARDIN«.
Land Offiee at Oregon City,
tVe lake this method of givir.it net.re to
mere and others who have grain to stere (ei
ther in balk er Meh») and akan, that we <"
pr-pared to receive *11 they nmy bring ue. "•
Large and Commodious Warehouse
Oregon, July 21, 1883. and th« b«et of cleaning machinery. We
Nod« ia hereby rir.n that th« follow ms have a
r.Miad Mttlera bavo fl led notice of their inten-
• TOCL. OF S4CKS
tlon to make fio'l proof in aupport ofth«ir
eleima and that aaid proof will be mad« before on band that we will »ell st the lowest firu-*
tbe County Clerk of Tillomook County at Till-
smook, Oregon, on Monday Sept. 3 1883, vit: We will Store lor 1 1-9 cent», nr Met*
and Clean tor 8 cent» per bushel*
X. M Trobridg«, H"me.te,d Entry No 3.593
or tn. E 1-2 of N W 14, Jf w 1.4 ol y w 1_.
We will be preoared to psv the H[
AN E 1-4 of S W 1 4 of 8»c. ». T 2 8 H 10 W Oath Price for all kinds of grain. We »»«
He name, tbe following witnerew to prove hi, secured the service» of Mr. Fred Archiba’d,“
o nttnuou. reatdenre upon, and cultivation 01 book-keeper in the warehouse, who will *
1: E' K Thomneton, T. F. Hur that yonr accounts are always kept .trtcgbt
r>». W. T. N.wcomb and G A Tboniretonal
(. BtUSEKtlff t (Or
ot rtlletnook, Tillamook Coun v. Oregon.
Proprietors Carlton Warehui:
I*. T. BAK IN, Kegiater.
Carlton, Aug. «th, 1«S3—21w3.
j. A- C. Southmayd & Potter,
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS
McMiauville, Aug 4th, l*33-if.
NOTICE to FARMERS!
All parties indebted to H. C. Shadden i>»
no’« or book account w,ll call on Warren*
SHERIDAN, YAMHILL Co , OREGON
Msgera for aettlement, aa all aceounte bav -^el
Valuabl. Farm Laad« feraal. m qn.nOti», placed in their hands for immediate eetiie'iJG6»
McM unville. Or.,
H. C. SHADDEX
aad »■ tsrm* to ault.
Aug. 27th 188A.