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amounted to but little but for the more “ soft spot»" in the public service
old soldier* of the Rebellion who, for the 1 »cuetit of as many scrambling
U. 8. Land Office, Oregon City, i
after the war, sought the territories sinecures. The policy is hardly advis
Oregon, Aug. 22,1883. i
They able. There is demoralization enough Complaint having been entered at this Oftice
McMIWVILLS, OBZGÛN, CEPT 13,1883. as the field of enterprise.
by Charles Nash against Wm. R. White for
had made those railroads possible
abandoning bis Homestead Entry No. 4S53,
IlNHHE -JUIN 8 -•!>’> fttx
and prosperous. At the conclu postal telegraph subject rest.
dated March 8, 1881, upon the S W
of N E
1-4, N W
E 1 4 N
of 8 W 1-4, Sec
sion three tbeers were given.
Heavy floods have greatly damaged tion 10, Township 5 8outb, Range 7 West
The day of day* to which all
the lute crops in New Hampshire and in Yamhill County, Oregon, with a view to the
cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are
eyes of this Northwest Coast eo extraordinary spectacle: three Vermont.
hereby summoned to appear before Henry War
__ _ brawny arm h ,
long and anxiously have been hundred
ren, Notary Public at McMinnville, Yamhill
quickly laid the iron and drove the
Oregon, on the 6th »lay of Oct.. 1883
Al«o a full line of fanning iniplemfat(
turned, at last has dawned, and i* »pikes on the uncompleted frack,
at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond an»l furnish tes
timony concerning said alleged abandonment.
now radiant in its fullness of suc except the last spike. During the
L. T. BARiN, Register.
cess attained, and its bright prom progress of the work, which was All knowing themtclve» to be indebted to 2ir5 ’
I have just received a fine lot of
me will please come forward at once and settle.
Card ot Tlianktt.
ises of grandeur yet to come. Af
amazement, the bund played and My accounts ar© in th© hands of D. II. Turner, Having disposed of my stock of Millinery
ter all these years of weary watch and the people shouted. When Postmaster and he is authorized to collect the and Fancy Goods to Misses Foster and Russ,
Spring and Summer
ing, disappointments, failures and nearly completed a cannon salute same'
I take this method of extending to the citizens
26 w 4
W. B TURNER
vexations, it is no wonder that the was fired by the detachment of
sincere thanks for the very liberal patronage
popular spirit bursts forth into the Fifth Infantry present- The Teacher*’ Examination. they have bestowed upon me during the time
loud acclamations of joy as the last spike was finally driven home Notice is hereby given that '*>n Friday, and
FOR SALE I
well known here to receive any reccomnienda-
glad word flies from lip to lip to by H. C. Davis, assistant general Saturday, Sept. 28th and 2Jth, 1883, there will tions
offers for sale his proper’»
examination of teachers at Mc
the utmost ends of civilization: passenger agent of the road, who be a pu hl io Oregon.
this section will give them the same encour
in Happv Valley. The farm consists oj
L. H. BAKER,
. “The great scheme is consummat drove the first spike on the opening Minnville,
acres ; 200 acres under fence ; about 90 acres,«
Co. School Bupt. of Yamhill County.
Mrs. M. A SEARS.
cultivation ; good house and barn and excel,
Puget sound joins the of the road, and this spike was the
McMinnville, Aug 4th, 1883—tf.
lent spring wuter. Also a fair flouring mill^
Northern Lakes of Uncle Sam’s same one driven by hiui first.
of the best sites in Oregon. I "will
dominions with a sinewy stride,
The end was reached as the sun
this whole property at $15 per acre—one-half
cash down, the balance on reasonable time
and the Pacific is bound to the At was setting behind the mountains, Those persons who are in the habit of tres
passing upon my premises, carrying away and
Enquire at the I< f . pouter office.
lantic with another chord that is and the enthusiasm of the people destroying
my property, are hereby notified
“ Says 1t' meeilf, says I,”
mightier,more majstic than all oth —variously estimated at from 3000 that they must atop their depredations, or be
to 5o00—was indescribable. The prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
With our little space, an attempt heights reverberated the mingled McMinnville, Sept. DAVID
to depict in detail the events of the sound# of music, booming of can
past few days iu connection with non and shonts of men. Thus was
Saloon & Billiard Hall
the finishing of the Northern Pa brought to a happy conclusion a
Men’s Boys’, and Youths
Cha’s Mirsch, Pro.
cific, would lie vain. We can give very remarkable event in American All persons knowing themselves indebted to
it only iu a hurried glance. In history. The trains were then the undersigned will please call and settle.—
( 'lot llillli’
[ diilscb . vkidbb ’ s 01» STlxn.J
grandeur and extensiveness it formed aud the guests departed, All accounts not settled by the 1st of Novem
next will b© placed in the hands of a col
fairly eclipsed any civic demonstra the English aud part of the Amer ber
lector for collection.
D. W. COX.
M c M innville ,
S'"That’s the racket,^:
tion of its character, the Nation icans, including Geo. E. Pullman Sheridan, Sept. 10, 1883—m2.
has ever produced.
From the and Vice President Harris, to the
Wheat Receipts, and Sale Bills,
eastern terminus to Portland it east. Therest went to Portland
W. H. BOY», VI. I),
Everthing sold at Reduc FINE WINES, IIQVOBS, SEES asi CIGAJS
I j T" Besides everything else in the
made its way apparently through and Puget Sound.
HEER 3 CENTS A GLAM
one vast bower of decorations and
SURGEON & PHYSICIAN,
blazons of splendor, while the We have time and apace merely to Garrison’ti Building, McMinnville. tice, by SNYDE THE PRINTER. ed Prices.
voices of populace after populace cast a glance of reference toward the
Dr. Boyd has received a full line of Pore
arose with absorbing enthusiasm to great railroad celebratiou iu Portland, Fresh
direct from first bands for the
hail the grand enterprise with to ou Tuesday last. Truly it was one of benefit Drugs
Please call aud .xamiue Goods before pur
of bis patrons.
kens of welcome unrestrained.
the most maguificent scenes we have
Alluding more particularly to the ever beheld. From end to end the city
Warren, Magers & Frink.
‘'last spike” ceremonies, we glean literally shone in splendor, with its gor All persons,
having claims against Richard M c M innville ,
yamhill C o ., Or,
from the daily exchanges a brief geous decorations, its bright dags and Booth »deceased, of Yamhill County »Oregon, will
F. ir. REiwio.vn.
banners, and its appropriate drap please present their accounts to Warren and
Magers, McMinnville, within six months from
The exercises occurred at the ings, throughout. A colossal proces date,
Grain, Grass and Stock Farms
duly verified, and all persons iudeb.ed to Ill Yamhill and Polk counties For
junction, a point fifty-five miles sion, over two miles iu length, spanned said R. Booth, deceased, wili please make im Malo ou Reasonable Terms.
west of Helena, M. T. One tunnel the streets, and still a throng of 40,- mediate payment to the undersigned.
known as the “ Coulter tunnel,” in 000 people stood by to witness the
Would call the attention of the Farmers of
the Mullan Pass, is not yet com moving pageantry. Every enterprise, McMinnville, Or. 26t4.
Yinihill and Washington Counties, to the fact
that they have the agency for some of thebei
pleted, but the road is connected every industry, every pbaze of devel
CITY LOTS AND
makes of Farm Machinery, among which
by a curve route about four miles opment that has contributed to the
TOWN PROPERTY. Mr. J. J. Henderson, has at his place, 5 mile3 they may mention the
west of Amity, a thorough-bred Jersey Bull,
settlement and progress of the North
imported recently from Los Angelos. Those
The Portland train arrived at the ern Pacific Coast was represented in cil of the City of McMinnvilJe, Oregon, unless cull and see un or write for circular. wishing
to breed can do so by the season for
by remonstrance, will, after 14 days’
point of connection a little in ad the great pantomic display. Surely, defeated
$5, due at time of service.
notice, pass an Ordinance roquestirg the prop
vance of the Eastern train. There our people have acquitted themselves erty owners on all streets of the City of Mc
were hearty greetings between the haudsomely before the eyes of their Minnville, having sidewalks thereon, to put A farm of 360 acres, 7 miles south west of
said walks in good repair, and where found
guests from the East aud from the Eastern
visitors, aud it will prove a necessary to replace the old sidewalks with more easily fitted for the plow ; 100 acre i tim
West. A magnificent pavilion, ca
“JERSEY CHIEF” DODD’S HAY RAKES,
new ones : the same shall not be leas than six
pable of seating 1,000, had been
- The —
thick, placed on three stringers not less than plenty of small fruits, house and barn
erected near the spot, from the to have
supplied by pipes with running water. Soil
2x6 inches in size, and well nailed.
summit of which floated the na THE
Jersey Bull The Westinghouse Thresher,
Published for fourteen days, by order of the
in an old settled neighborhood, with school ami
“ FIFTH WHEEL. ”
tional colors of the American, Brit
City Council made Sept. 4th, 1883.
Now at the stables of
church close bv. Price $23.00 per acre. En
A. B. BAKER,
ish and German nations.
In fact all kinds of Farm Machinery.
As soon as the guest wero as There are many men iu the country 2<5t3
Real Estate Agents.
HENDERSON & LOGAN BROS.
sembled, the ceremonies were who trumpet up the scheme of a gov
M c M innville , O regon
opened by President, Villard, who ernment telegraphic institution. The
proceeded to deliver an address, subject if receiving quite a thorough Notice id hereby ¡riven that the City Council CHARLES LAFOLLETT,
“ J ersey C hief ” No 1, dropped April 12th, Hardware, Crockeryware, Grocer
which he concluded amid great ap (lif cusaiou. The opinions of a number of the City of McMinnville, Oregon, unless
1877 ; sire, “ Emperor;” dam, “ Minnie War
lawfully remonstrated against in fourteen days
plause ; after which, he introduced of eminent publicists have been pub after
the final publication of this notice, will
the orator of the day, Hon. Wm. lished, and it is observable that a ma proceed to pats an Ordinance requiring the Of fee—Nhcridaix, Yamhill Co.,Ore|jou P edigree of “ E mperor ” “Emperor” was
Jan. 17th 1875 ; sire, “ Emperor Bil
M. Evarts. The Fifth United jority do not favor the scheme. Jay property owners of the blocks and parts of Particular attention given to Conveyancing dropped
ly datu “Olivea” by imported Neptunef J24); PoHloflicc, .Vorth VamlnlL
States Infantry baud from Fort Gould has all along been credited with thereon, and ditch the same as follows, to wit: Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
grand-dam, “ Olivea” (232); great grand-dam
•' Nelly Bly,”(22«)—imported.
Keogh was present to discourse heading the move iu an attempt to sell Beginning at the South-East corner of Block
P edigree of “M innie W arren ”—“Minnie
music. Short addresses were then bis Western Union property to the 18 on the West side of E street in John’s addi
tion to the T' wn of McMinnville, Oregon, and STERLING K. A <’., No. 1«
delivered by Hon. H. M. Teller, Government. Withtu a day or two running
sire, “ Beacon Cornet,” 14th : dam, “ Princes”
them'© North along the entire East
4th, (2302 i; grand-dam, “Princes” (761)—
Secretary of the Interior, Sir however. Jay Gould has volunteered, side of said
Block 18 to Cedar street. There
Pegular meetings, Thursday evening on or imported by W. B. Dinsmore in 1868.
James Hannon, on behalf of the before the Senate Committee on Capi shall be first dug a ditch or drain sufficiently before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn T erms —For season, $5.
and wide to thoroughly drain said Block; ing companions cordially welcomed.
English guesta, Von Ezeudecker, tal and Labor some advice quite con deep
HENDERSON Jr LOGAN BROS.
then a sidewalk shall ba built thereon not
the German Minister, Dr. Kneiss, trary to the policy of Government own and
lose than six feet wide, with plank one and
of the Berlin University, Dr. Hoff ership and control iu the telegraph bus on-’-half inches thick ; said sidewalk to have STERLING F. HARDING
man, the greatest microscopist of iness. He said “ he would not object three s ringers 2x6 inches each,and each plank
be nailed to each stringer. Also a ditch and ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER
the day, ex-president Frederick to the government taking hold of the to
nidew-lk of the same dimensions to be put on
Estate and Collecting Agent, and No
Billings, and the Governors of Western Union if it would pay for it the East side of Block 14 in Johns’ addition to tary Real
Public All work pertaining to thia line
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Dakota, what it was worth ; but in his opinion the Town of McMinnville, beginning at Mr. attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
Wyndham’s property and running North on ufacturer and repairer of Boots aud Shoes. AU
Montana, Oregon aud Washington it would not be a success. ” Mr. Gould the
East aide of said Block 14 to Spruce street. work done with neatness and dispatch Hoad*
Published tourteen days by order of City pi.irterc under Odd Fellows' Hall, McMinnville.
said very much in a few words in the
made Sept.4th, 1»83.
Sir Janies Hannon said the Eng following remark :
lish visitors were rilled with won “ I thiuk tbo institutions of this coun 2flt3
FARM FOR SALE.
der and admiration by the sights try are opposed to any such thing.
I would respectfully call the attention of the
people to the fact that I
of this magnificent country and its
undersigned has for sale a farm of
institutions. Henry Villard was a experts.aud the dividendsot the West
All partie, indebted tn Dr. J. T. Augur, will
FSVE HUNDRED ACRES,
person about whom their warmest ern Union are obtained because it does settle
without delay, otherwise their account
sympathies and gratitude, for this the busiuess well. Under a govern will ha placed in the hands of an attorney tor Lying 2i miles west of McMinnville. This For all kinds of Prodlicc, Oats, Barley, Cured
farm is beautifully located, and would make Meats, Lard. Apples, Onions, Eggs, Chickens,
The Old Reliable.
Du. J. T. AIWR.
splendid hospitality, would well ment system the whole management of collection.
thiee or tour neat farms, all of which would be Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
McMinnville, Sept. 5, 1888—25tf.
these interests would be subject to
cluster. “ We have had the happi change
by the particular political party
I have for sale
open and timbered land—calculated for farm
ness of seeing what, manner of a in power.
or pasture lands.
man be is. It. was a happy thought Here the whole prospect is contained
Is now permanently located in tbe Brick on
Lime, Salt, Oats, Potatoes, Cement, Third Street—near the postoffice, where will
G. L. Parker and Geo. W. Harris are now
that the representatives of the in a unt shell. A business is most pro- canvassing
’l ami Polk counties, solic
be fouud all kinds of
200 acres of the best portion for $20 per
countries which have contributed f.tablc that is best conducted. It is an iting ord» rs Yatnbi
tor the Hockfurd Tire I'iaiit-
I also have the
eurr, which is giving general satisfaction acre; the balance at $15 per acre-—or will sell
Fresli .Tleats, Sausages of alt kinds»
population to the American nation indisputable fact that the government and
just the machine that every farmer needs. the whole tract at $18 per acre.
Head Cheese, Fresh Fish« Salt and
should bi* present on this most ex iu most instance* pays nearly double That you may know that this is no humbug,
Canga Gypson, or Land Plaster
Dried Fish« Bacon, Hams« I tTR’’
traordinary occasion. It fills me the amount paid by private means for read the McMinnville,
Oregon, July 9th, 188S. .
Flour from Cafajclte
with wonder anil awe to see the the same amount of work done. Gov We hereby certify that we have purchase« J. L. ROGERS.
p. w. TODD.
Tire Tightening Machine, now being sold by
prosperity which lias advanced ernment contracts are always signals a Harris
A Parker, which we have thoroughly
In fact everything kept in a
with such rapid strides, and lias at for a “ good fat take.” and it is not un rested and
hud to be a success tor tightening
CITY DRUG STORE. I am also agent for the
tire«, an 1 can recommend it to every man
once reached tha highest develop usual to see them "let” aud "sub-let" who
Iia" loose tires on buggies, hacks pr wag
Thirl Street, McMinnvill«,
Northwestern Ma-.ufactory Ic Car Company’s
ons, as being all that is claimed for it.
ment of civilization.”
All to lie .old LOW, FOR CASH.
HENDERSON * LOGAN BRO’S.
Dr. Kneiss, of the Berlin Uni
beeu enriched by the surplus over
Give me a call.
versify, was then introduced, aud a have
ROGERS A TODD. FARM, Road and Mill MACHINERY,
XV. J. GARIil»«*1
spoke at length in belialf of the fair and liberal price for a given woi k
and now have on exhibition at my store a fine
McMinnville, Oreqon, 1
[Successors to W. B. Turner,]
German visitors,and expressed the
May 21, 188J. ) 11m.1'.«
hope that the Northern Pacific sort of general watchword throughout Notice to Farmers :
nrifs, C liemical«. Patent Medicines
would be the new highway and the the nation that it is correct to “get in
St. Paul Twine Binder.
main lino of all northern coloniza on the Government alt you eau." iu the. Having pa-chased of Mr. W. T. Newby th» Perfumery, Fine Toilet Articles,
Call and see me at the Wallace Building,
Neapa, 4 «'nibs. Hair. Tootb and
tion of America and Europe.
opposite Masonic Hall.
well-known McMinnville Warehouse. I sbsl’
Clotli Brushes, Rpouges, Trusses.
There were luiiii cries for Gener some other man will."
be prepared to store this season’s crop on ar «boulder Braces and all Druggists
E. X. HARDINK.
of giving notice to W/
al Grant, and as the General came In the postal system of this country favorable terms as can be done in McMinn
mers and others who have grain to store »•*'
forward the air was rent with our government is expending euotigh vilie, and shall be ready at all times to pay
A full line of
ther in bulk or sacks) and clean, that we
cheers. He made a few remarks for the benefit of its subjects. Iu the
Cash for Crain,
prepared to receive all they may bring u»-
A. C. Southmayd £ Potter,
perfectly suited to the occasion and matter of necessary means of commu at its highest market value. Will also be pre Paint:, Oils, Vanishes, Brushes and Suh
characteristic. He said he was re nication the common masses are well pared to
The Fureat Xuquora for medicinal REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Large and Commodious Warehouse
minded by the spheeches to which served. Commercial interests and
SHERIDAN. YAMHILL Co , OREGON. ’
LOAN BACKS TO FARtlEID.
he had listened of the tact that be busiuesS circles may desire lightning
and the best of cleaning machinery.
Farm Lands for aale in quantities have a
had something to do with thegreat f.icilities to keep up with the age : bitt and for saiii loan will require the sacks return The Best Brands of Cigar* Con and "Valuable
stantly on Hand.
Northern Pacific enterprise. A' ben those are private and speculative aud ed filled with grain to my warehouse.
SFOClk OF Rtf KI
a share of vour patronage, I shall
and best Mock of
Governor Stevens, thirty years ago should bear their own expense. Com in Soliciting
return therefor endeavor to give vou satis-
we will sell at the lowest figu**
organised his surveying expedition paring the mails aud a postal telegraph factum.
W. A WELLS.
Land Ofiioe at Oregon City, Oregon, I
We will Store for 1 1-2 cents, or
he was a lieutenant, acting as quar the latter appear* as a luxury beside a McMinnville, Or., June 28, 18S3.—m6.
Ever brougnt to Yamhill County.
and Clean for 3 cents per bushel*
Aug. 28tb, 188.1: f
termaster and commissary on the necessity. It would be purely for the
Notice is hereby given that the tollowing
IN MATIOVI RY
will be preoared to pay the Hikh^
Columbia, and lie issued the sup
rattiar ha» filed notice of hi* intenti-m Cash Price tor all kinds of grain. We
Shingles, Shingles ! we shall carry a full line, consisting of Pa pet to named
make final proof in support of hia claim, «cured the service« of Mr. Fred Archibald»•»
plies for the expedition. Was he best able to stand the expense of thoii
of the best quality,. Envelopes of the latent and that Mid proof will be made before Rea-
book-keeper in »he warehouse, who will
not, then, entitled to have the cred own business speculation*. No one
arul neatest sty lets. etc.
later and Receiver V. 8. Land Office at Oregon that vour account« are always kept straight.
it which Mr. Billings bail apportion
TUK FINF^r SAW ED SHINGLES
Special attention is called to our Cuttlerv,
F. BARMKKOrr A <’<»•*
ed out toothers! It was true »hat Government could make a telegraph ever made in this section are now being man Mid Photograph aud Autograph Albums.
Proprietors Carlton Wareh<»n**
* L N W 1, Ot N W V
while Mr. Billings contributed of system selt-sustainiug. Hence to en ufactured al
Ph, airinns’ Prescript ions mid Fami r " li/w 1 °r
aad Lot » of Sec .11, T 4 S,
Carlton, Aug. 6tb, 1883—21 w3.
his own money lie paid out I nele
i*t m H hours-day or night.
He names the following witnesses to prove
Sam’s alone. This sally greatly outtaiy in a luxury for the pleasure of a Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill.
TARE Nori« E
Cheeo as the cheapest and good as the best.
bts oontinons residence upon and cultivation of
pleased the audieuce—largely made moiety of the natious inhabitants, with Look
AU parties indebted to H. C. Shadden T-J
w.-nM most respectfully ask a share o
note or book account will call on Warren*
up of veterans—who Is'came per a moral effect of creating auothcr po Enquire of F W. RKDM0ND. Agent, at thi* We publics
patronage, hoping by fair dealing Foster and 8,mi>el Footer, all of Oretown, Til- Mager» for settlement, as all accounts have bee®
fectly wild when he said these inter litical engine of unsavory pre-po**ee- McMinnville, or of
and »triet attention to busmemto merit the lamook County. Oregon.
placed in their hands for immediate eettlemj® ’
L.T. BARIN, Raster
ROGERS A TODD.
MILLER <8 BOWERS.
colonial railroads would have •lon*, and couttitutiug a few thousand ' 6mlor3
H. C. SHADDEN
T he K epokter .
Farm and Mill Property
BUM! BUM! BUM!
ItnlmiNi. Countrymen, Chinimen
Heal Estate Agents
Sappington & Laughlin
Produce § Commission
NOTICE to FARMERS!
Aug. 27th 1883.