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MCMINNVILLE OREGON, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1SS3
T2ÎS SIEF ORTER
»4 50 PER ANNUM.
Chti3. Jacobs, of Sampson A Perkins’ mill,
The Telegraph wire is taken down from
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
is very low with typhoid fever.
the Summit. (N. L. Wiley’s) to Portland.
While rolling logs iu the river, Mark
Those who attended the celebration at
Physician and Surgeon.
Hutuhoroft received a severe blow on the side Portland last week, seem to be well pleased
Published Dvsry Thursday, at
of his head, from a limb which a lo;j rolled with their trip.
Auv penion wishing * Fanning Mill will
Has permanently located in .McMinnville please leave Chair orders with MR. JOHN BAX
M c M innville
: or igo N over.
Miss Martha Heater went to McMinnville
for the practice of his profession. All calls— or MR. B. F HARTMAN. Tbe
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTABY PUBLIC day or night—promptly attended to.
Morris Russel has a very 9ore foot, caused last week, to attend College.
by a kick.
Office—One door east of Warren A Magers
A. V. Ed. 9KYEER.
Julia Hodson started to Monmoth last LAFAYETTE, .... OREGON.
E. A. Anderson is up from Portland on a Monday to atteud Normal School.
Editor and Proprietor.
be it «ver so foul with wild
few days visit.
cats, tame oats or the seeds of any nature ami
Walter Tooze began his School last Mon stracts of Title.
T baveleb .
day in the Hall district, near Middleton*
make it clean enough for the market or seed.
Collection« made at usual rates.
«.IBXCKI PTIO.N RATER,
As a guaranty of what it will do, I will take
Samuel Hobson and family are talking of
any quantity of wheat with one wild oat in it,
Jne copy per ye%r, in advance.............
going east of the Mountains to take charge
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
and will separate the o»t from the wheat with
Sept. 17 1883 of the Indian School.
à . I» IlOWARD M 1).
(Successor to M. Faker,)
Apples and pears are very soaroe.
Enos Blair of Dayton, was down last Mon
Suveral vacant houses in town.
day on a short visit.
PhynMan and Surgeon, Third St., - - TIcMI|inville, Or.
Miss Eva McIntire is employed as assistant
Dr. Menthorn and wife, accompanied by
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
teacher in Sheridan Academy.
another Lady and Gentleman, the names of
Office in Garrison’s Buildiug.—Particular ters, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
The roads are perfect and the farmers are whom we did not learn, from Fa rrest-Grove, attenti >n given to diseases of Women and best ot cigars, and the justly celebrated San
rolling in wheat at a rapid rate.
spent last Monday in our town
Children. All calls promptly attended to. Francisco Lager Beer
7 di 6.
The Camp-moei ing at Tualitin, will close Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
Ed Duvall returned the other day from
Sept. 18th, 1883.
Nestucoa with a load of salmon.
this week Monday.
The following goods have just been received
from the manufactory and are for sale
The general health still continues good,
T ektotàlcb .
Wisdom Millsaps is talking of moving to
W. N. UAMSEY,
U. G. BINGHAM,
with but vary few cases of sickness, and McMinnville.
Cheaper than Ever Before
For Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh'a
those not very serious. Miss Bell Belcher is
Potatoes are taking a second growth. Is Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Bold by Rogers
(Situated at tbe Depot,)
RAMSEY A: BINGHAM
in thia State, consisting of
or was down for a while, but is now able to it better to di^them now, or wait until the A Todd.
ba up. L. G. Suiter was in a pretty bad con- vines are killod by the frost ?
McMinnville, - - Orogen« Eurtban Milk Pau»,
.tlttrneyn at Ltur
dit’ m with soum kind of a fever, for several
“HACKMETACK,” a lasting and fragran
days, but is now out and at his business,and
Ab. Stephens and wife will start to their perfume.
E, H, COOK, Prop.
about as well as ever. These and a few more home on Santiani, in a few days.
ers A Todd.
Office of Geo. G- Bingham, Notary Public-
ca, ? of miDor ailitoents make all we have to
S. C. Foster will occupy tho Mayer house,
HIS T ï OTEL IS FIRST-CLASS in every par
one door West of Furniture Store,
complain about in the way of sickness.
Mutter J are,
south of the Academy.
ticular, being furnished with all modern
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath M c M innville
regon . appliances, and Betting before its guests only and a large variety of Fancy Glassware and
I aupposo you read all about P. P. Gates'
Our friend, P. B. Sinnott, passed through
the beat the market affords.
being lost in tho mauntains for the space of town last Monday on his way to the spike 50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold by Rogers
Sample-room for the especial accommodation
three or four days. Well, Petf*is back home driving festivities at Portland.
II*. O. Palmer’s,
now looking very lank about the loins and
Boys and Girls little realize the splendid
Opposite Bingham’s Furnituio Store, McMinn
somewhat haggrrd, but otherwise in very opportunities
Remember the place- at the depot.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
good condition, lie savs he brought all his ction. No excuse for ignoranoe in this Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is gtiaran-
toe nails back with him, and in their proper country.
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Capt. Lafollett has rented hia farm on
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
Messrs. J. E. Hale and R. S. James, of
that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem
Amity, paid our town a visit, last Wednes Crawford Creek, to M. L. Morris.
Very little is said about going to the State edy for you. Sold by Rogers 4 Todd.
“ Leu'me yer knife, pipe an' tobaccy.an'
Fair and we would judge that few will at-
fumble yer pocket fer a match while I load tbe
Quite a number of our citizens went to tend
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY-a pos
from this section.
which being iuterpreted,means that
Portland to witness tho celebration over the
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
c-njapJetion of the N. P. R. R. Their great The weather last week was all that ilio Mouth. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
2 H. WELCH
est dssire was to see tho illumination, but most uxacting could desire and for once the
Has bought Harry Robertson's stock of Cigars,
in th tz they wero disappointed. The parade weather growlers were hushed.
Tobaoco, Candy and Notions which he propos WATCHES;
was good, but parades are matters of com
Oregon« es to sell as low as is consistent with the
Wm. Kuykendall and Ed Larnson attend
mon occurrence, while illuminations are ed the grand parade at Portland and saw
And having set up a
Painting done in the neatest style, on the law of live-and-let-live.
very rare, and probably 25,000 or more peo Gen. Grant and the other magnates.
ple from different parts of the State had to
Is prepared to do slashing and grubbing with
prices. Shop in the old Beary building on soaa
go home disappointed in that matter. The Mr- Courternaunch is moving from Sheri
pop and oranges for sale under tho Pho
putting off of th« illumination to the third dan Precinct to the Christian farm about two
Acres, one and a-half
tograph Gallery at McMinnville.
u th« Brick Store, comer 3<i and Jetferaon St',
night created a wide spread belief that it was miles this side of Amity.
II. II. WFLCH.
"VW miles west of Amity.
done for the purpose of keeping people there
Mr. Moon who livei on upper Willamina,
so as to get all the money out of them that
200 acres in cultivation ; new M’CAIN & HURLEY,
Repairing and Job
could be got. Any way it was a mistake
that will tell against Portland in tho future. Moon will attend College this winter.
For ¡Sale !
house; young orchard just be wo h m\*s\jTr.iip,
bi ng a Specialty.
Several persons have driven to Morrison
Tho committee appointed to confer with
ginning to bear.
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
Mr. Villard in regard to the extension of the and Embree’a Mill' with wheat to have it
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
N. G. R. R. failed to obtain an interview, ground lately, but found them not quite
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
but arew up a memorial stating their wants ready.
and wood shed.
and loft it with a party who promised to see
T. N. Graves brought a sick hoise to Sheri
that hu would get it as soon as circumstan dan one day last week with a oomplaint that The cheapest farm in Yamhill Lafayette,
ces would permit.
the hundred horse doctors in towu with all County.
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
JJr. W. R. Derby, near this placo, brought their wonderfull diagnostic knowledge could
from the best material and beat workmanship.
in some very fine Clawson wheat, which he tell what ailed the creature.
Geo. G. BINGIIAM,
Painting and trimming done to order.
says stood the last winter’s frost and yielded
Mr. S. C. Foster who went to Michigan
General Blacksn ith and Repairer.
mt . CI1LRLLS HOTEL,
LOTS FOR SALE.
Real Estate Agent,
about two months ago, returned lant week
Horse shoeing a specialty.
r MCLTNEa, Prop..
Tho present aaaessment shows an increase accompanied by Miss Banda his daughter,
| OTS Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Row-
over last year of $637.060, of which only
Corner Third and B streets,
•*-' land’s addition are offered for sale at a bar
about 200,000 conies from mortgages held by health. We are sorry to Bay that her health
OREGON. gain. Fine location near the depot—just east
parties outside the county, leaving a nut in is no better and that Mr. Foster was quite
residence of L. 11. Cook, on the eaat side FRANK
unwell the entire trip and is glad to get back
New house 1 New furniture! uusurpassed in of the
crease within tho county of $437,000.
railroad track, on Third Street. The three
to Oregon w here he hopes to be himself
the country. Rates—$1 to $2 per day, accord of
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
lots will be sold tor $404), if applied for soon.
A French paper says that “ the decay of again.
ing to room. Single meals, 25 cents. Lodg
public to his new and fine stock of
GEORGE WILLI’S Jr.
teeth is caused by severe mental labor.” To
Miss Elisa King, step daughter of Mr. Stou
ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room. Board
McMinnville, May 24, ’83—lltf^
prove the truth of that statement one has who lives on Mill Crock, aged eighteen years,
DBUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
only to note the very few dime novel read died of Scarlatina on September 16th 1883.
Rooms and superior accommodations for com
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
ing dudes and dudui a with sound teeth.
She was .iuk only four or five days.
mercial i. cii . Supper furnished Balls and
N at .
S. D< n .
parties at reasonable rates. Give tne a call
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
I would respectfully call the attention of the and see lor yourselves.
A tt ’ y at L aw a N otary P ubix
Prescriptions carefully compounded and
people to the fact that I
Sept. 18, 1883.
Business Promptly Attended te.
Light shower last night.
We had a pleasant shower of rain last
XAFFICE—One Door East of Peat Office,
Wheat coming in vory rapidly.
t i For all kinds of Produce, Oats, Barley, Cured
Harvesting is about over in these parte—
Several parties passed through town this
with the exception of a few who had in very Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
morning, bound for the fair.
late sown gram.
A. Lafever returned from Southern Oregon
I have for sale
W. A. FENTON,
Mr. Charles Messinger and wife spent
one day last week.
Sunday in town.
Unie, Sulf« Outs, Potatoes, Cement,
The Purest Wines and Liquors kept constant Boot
T. A. Turner, of your town, paid uh a fly
and Shor Maker,
und hraii Heed.
ly on hand. Cigars of the best brands and one
Mr. Coalter, of this place, had a brother
ing visit yesterday.
of the best Billiard Tables in the State, found
come out from the east, last week, to pay
Lou and John Hash, of Corvallis, are in him a visit.
town, visiting relatives.
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
Miss Fannie Putman is expected home
Chas. Jones returned from Portland yes this week, from her sister's, in Ainsworth, Canga Gypson, or Land Plaster
Etc, in Yamhill County
where alio has boon visiting for some time.
CHEAP FOB CASH.
The only fertiliser that contains Phosphate
A. Roesner is having hia saloon repainted.
Oa thu 28th of this month J. W. Aiderman Lime.
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
Rev. Frank Ashoraft and wife, who have will <ivu at his hall, a farewell dance iu hon
Notice to All Pnrtien.
I am also agent for the
baen spending the summer at Medical Lake. or >f U. Y. McCarty, who intends starling
All work and good» warranted.
All parties are hereby notified not to trespdNl
W. I'., are here on a visit with relatives and brick to Canada about the first of October.
Sign of the Big Boot., Sheridan, Oregon.
upon my premises from and after this date, and
All are invited to the danoo.
Northwsstern Mrrxfictory i Car Company’s
all found trespassing will be prosecuted to th
It will soon be time to hunt up our old
fullest extent of the law.
A. A. Crane and wife, who have been visit
W. T. N ews ».
ing relatives and friends in Portland during coats and over-shoes.
McMinnville, Aug. 23, 1883—ini
the past week, returned yesterday.
Anyone wishing a neat little home in a
Ssvoral of our young people attended a good’ locality in the town of Amity, and and now have on exhibition at my store a fine
by the l>ay,
'‘Hop” at Dundee, last Fridav night. They near a good^school, will do well to buy the assortment of Farm and Road Jfachinery
UILk, MILK! MILK!!
report having a very enjoyable time.
■diicii she offers for sale cheap, for cash.
of the Public Surveys of
L lotd .
The undHrsignt-d wishes to inform the peo
Now in your tiuue to make a good specula
Yamhill county, and am
ple ot McMinnville that he is running a »Wilk
prepared to do First-Class
me at the Wallace Building
from bis tarrn to town and furnishing
work on short notice and
Corner Commeicia! and Trade Sts.,
The followin are the persons who are go- opposite Masonic Hall.
tho best of milk ut the most leasoruibl« rates.—
UMMT S olar T ransit .
Hept. 17, 1883.
ins back on the pioneers’ excursion, from
C. M. HARDING.
W A L. I. GURLk'Y,
OREGON. Those wishing tn be supplied with the articl«
Grandma Cochran, Grandma
at once can do so by leayitig orders at the Pos/
TAOV, R. V.
Air. John Dempsey hafl moved from Day this ,-ciion
Sultsfttctimi <. unrantced
W. G. DAVIS.
ton into the Morris house. He will run the Harrison. Uncle Billy Bntfuiu and wife, I.
wood shop formerly earned on by W • B>
J. F. CALBREATR,
Rice. Joun is a good workman and you can .-¡t , J. J. Heudornon and wife, J. W. Brid
(ell, It. L. Simpson Jos. Watt, besides a
always find him at hia post.
good mat v otl’.eis who are talking of going,
Mr. Glandon has sold his farm of 200 acres, ' ■.it lire mid, aided. Miss Clara Dyer, who
A<1 iii iHintrator n Motive.
and over to Mr. Gallagher, of Carlton. Con has been here spending the summer, will re-
I nder Odd Fellows1 Ilnll,
mrn to her home in Illinois in company with
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
I'hysici'iii« and Surgeon«, MaMinnviilo,
Wiu. Butlnm end wife. We wish all a pleas
OF ALL KINDS,
Oregon, Las benn duly appointed administrator of the
Eev. G. B. Edmunds left us Inst Wednes ant
trip a.id hope they will all return looking
Joseph Hayea, deceased, by the County
day for Coos oounty.
a3 well and happy as they do now.
Court of Yarn hi 11 County, Oregon. All peraons
A. ENNIS, Proprietor
We understand that Mr. McNeal drew a
St ItGlRY A AP.XIAI.TY.
having claims against said estate are hereby
revolver on Mr3. Justin Morris, the trouble
notified to present them to me properly verified
The Fir.eet Wines, Liquorsand Cigars kept at my reaidencu near Bellevue, Oregon, within
being regarding Mrs. McNeal's place, that
constantly on hand.
Mor?is had rented. Mr. Morris and wife
six months from this date, and all persons in
Sept. 17, 1883.
came down to have McN. arrested, but the
debted to Kaid estate will make immediate pay •
Another ehe rer would b® very aooaptable.
INotio« TH I m !
Jastioo refased to issue the papers *. hence
ment to mo.
they went to Lafayette. This is four or five
I Bellevue, Aug. 16, 1883.
It is Ratting quite dry and dusty again.
times tho Justice has refused to perform his
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bougM.
duty, and if he proposes to continue as he
»’ M obw to loan on good real eatat« eocuri-
Grain is rolling into tha Winooski ware
Administrator of ths estate of Joseph Hayes,
has ha had best resign and give our people a house pretty lively at prasout.
OF EVERY KIND, GU TO
Is now prepared to furnish music for Pic Nies,
chance to get a man that will attend to the
Campbell's Building, McMinnville.
One of the rail-road tie handlers bursted 1
Celebrations, etc., on short notice and at rea
busings of the ofloe.
one of bis v.ojontiras last Thursday, between
sonable rates. Add reti
Thclateet thing our town was favored Wile y a «.nd ltrongar a.
A. V. K. N^VlzH, Lender,
Mibuasa Chins fight. A person would
The tie haulers are through, and we are
hard supposed from the noise and jabbering glad
it. for in v-ine place« where the roads
that the whole town bad a band in tbe row. were of
Just opened on
plowed last Spring, the dust is about
Not btia’g acquainted with the language, we
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
are unable to give any particulars; but J knee deep.
Third Street, two Doors Eut of
^ness the wain cause was s little too much Dr. Jaesup has enoloaed fan honse with a new
Oregon. IHAMÍ GILTNER,
The be’t brands of Liquors, Wines end Ci-
W. B. Rio«, Moata Stewart, John Demp George Iugies is putting up a new baiu.|
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
gsrs kent for «ale, When you go tn Day tot U< Vlinnviil«*,
sey, J. D. Edward« r.nd Mat Cain left vester
Philander Gard has moved into his new ] Dmi-Miking. Cutting »nd Fitting
call and »*•* Frank
day for a trip to Tillamook.
house and has torn the old one away whioh
Miw Rosa Mills, of Portland, i® the guest makes it very much better.
Done to Order, will please call on
of Mrs. Kate Dempsey.
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
Dr G F. TUCKER
Smith end Haworth'» new store will be
exrbanaw for rountrv produce. Call and
Fred. Sappington left last Friday for Eu completed thia week.
i.e good? ana prices.
At her rosiden»*«, in Amity, Oregon.
gene, to attend school.
ho t on n i* hi it, eitm
Mr. J. Tooze has had anotbsr window puti
Feb. 31,lR82 2tf.
•T®ff Harris, Mi» Nettis Henderson end in th < front side of Lis house. He believe*
Nov. 1. I8M-M.
Has returned to hie old stand — up sisirs in 8i
Ed PoppietoD, allot Layayette, were in town in baring plenty of light and sunahine with
roonds’ buildlng—with • new equipmant ot
BUCKS FOIt MALE.
TA Kl» vomi:
Utensils lor bis work, and is new prejiared to
The undersigned hss for sales lot of large,
Henry Hamilton, of th« Grive, •” in George Erana and family, who have been I All parti»» indebted to H. C. Shsdden by
ade Spanish Menno Bucks, which cbq
awav on a pleasure trip, and for Mrs. E'e note or book account will call on Warren À
be bad at good »xrgaiu« by «pp'/ieg te or ad
health, have returned.
Pi<*tui*r«s oi all Rind»
, Magers for settlement, as all accounts hare been
Clell Roberts left for McMinnville to-day,
Office—One door *«wt of Hartman*» brick.
The boiler of th« steam saw mill, sprung a placed in their hands for immediate settlement,|
to attend school.
H. C. SHADDIN. | Laugh ng G m tdamiitend for painless es From a »mail V im tin type to t arge Cabinet
leak is-1 Friday A machuieat from Portland 1 McMinnville, Or ,
Philip Meaner has a
A a <. 2 7 th 1»83
Please give me a call.
is fizing it.
E. E. GOUCHER, M. D. THE HOLMAN FAN.
W. D. FENTON,
NO. 1 SALOON.
Crockery, Crockery !
J. B. ROHR,
House, Carriage, Sign
T. C. STEPHENS,
JEWELER & ENGRAVER.
Farm ? Sale
Price—$25 per Acre.
Produce | Commission
J. E MAGERS,
NEW BILLIARD HALL
FARM, Road and Mill MACHINERY,
DR. E HOWELL
Ltveiy, Feed and Sale Stable-
Littlefield & Galbreath,
Custer Post Bund,
Agricultu ral Iinplein ts,
D. I. CORKER,
New Grocery and Provision Store
H. A- ALLEN