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M’lilW Vll.l.ll 4>KI.4.4»\, Till RMUAY MHI HIU K 1, ISH3
#•«1 50 PKR ANNUM
I In Walla Walla Nfv//r,sumo/4»f Thurs
BUSINESS A PROFESSIONAL
day, xa.\s: We are iiilornivil that a
liendisli attempt was made this morn
ing to wreck the regular passenger
l*livwi<inii and Sm ucon.
Published Every Thursday, at
train fiom Payton. \ l«»i or obatrne*
Any person wishing a Fanning Mill will
permaueutly located in A/eJ/iunville please leave their orders with MR. JOHN SAX
Celebrated California Made
m . minnville
orh ; o
for the practice of his prof«1 'Sion. All calls—■ or MR. B. F. HARTMAN. The
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC day or night—promptly attended to.
ott tin* track lu-forc tin* wheels struck,
Office—One door east of Warren A* Magers
JL. V. TÏ. STT-yiDEIi.
LAFAYETTE, .... OREGON.
otlierwisf* we should probably have a
lamentable loss of lite to chronicle.
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab
Editor and Proprietor.
will clean wheat be it ever so foul with wild
None oi lb«- pa-M .!•_■» i- were aware of
stracts ot Title.
oats, tame oata or thé seeds of any nature and
Every pair warranted made by white labor,
Money to Loan at all times.
make it clean enough for the market or seed.
Collections made at usual rates.
of the Best Stock in the market. We also
Al;iiscttimow kaiem ,
As a guaranty of what it will do, I will take
A recent discovery on the head of manufacture
quantity of wheat with one wild oat in it,
9ne copy per year, in advance..................... $2..5G Cowlitz river establishes the fact that
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
and will separate the oat from the wheat with
................... 1.6(1 Washington 'I’erritory can now boast Ladios ".Misses & Children’s
(Successor to M. Feker,)
of the grandest caiarart hi the world,
LYMAN W. SMITH.
its height being 1500 tret. The Nook
Phyxician and Surgeon,
sack Indians assert positively that wa
vr ite % ni > Tritìi rro ici ai ..
terfalls higher than the tallest pine, fir
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
or cellar trees are to In* found on the gon and Washington Territory.
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular ters, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Alsu. :he
Scuttle in council lias decided upon extreme liead waters of the Nooksack A Full 11114I Complete line of the attenti »n given to diseases of Women and best oi cigars, and the justly celebrated San
river. That section of the country has above Weil«kuowii Goods for Mile at Children. Ail calls promptly attended to. Francisco Lager Beer.
I’esidence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
Albany is to have a new public hall nevea yet been explored by the white
The following goods have just been received
man. From the comparison given by
and theater in Mcllwair’a block.
from the manufactory and are for sale
these Indians these falls must be at
W. M. 1ÌAMSEY,
G. (». BINGHAM,
Walla Walla. W. 'I'., shippers are of least 475 feet in height, which would
C’ii caper Ilian Ever Be lore
fering • >!<■ per bushel for wheat.
layover famous Snoqualmie falls qf
(Situated at the Depot,)
in this State, consisting of
The heaviest tax-payer in Klickitat
RAMSEY A ¡ÍIM.HAVI
J 2'3 A 131 Sansome St., San Francisco.
county, is S. Lowenlmrjr—t|il5,3(i:l.
Says tin* Yakima Sitnutl: 4'hc ques
Carthan Milk i'uus,
lee one-.iuarter of an inch thick, tion has often been raised and discuss-'
I.. 11, COOK, Prop.
formed at i’he Dalles on Wednesday.
through the Cascades represents the
Office of Geo. G. Bingham, Notary Public
N. I’, engineers ate working out a lowest elevation, leooroing to the
one door West of Furniture Store,
rpHlS HOTEL IS FIRST-CLASS in every par-
line In-tween Seattle at.d Whatcom. measurements made by the railroad
A ticular, being furnished with all modern
experts, their respective heights are as
A new irriat mill. »' ith a capacity of
I he summit ot Natchez pass
the best the market affords.
125 barrels per day. has just been ....... - follows:
Sample-room for the especial accommodation
pfeted at t'olton, Whitman county, I aroma pass, 3 130; Sheets pass, 3606;
•••. O. Palmer'*,
of Commercial Men.
Two story dwelling with brick basement,
SIR. AV, A. B. TULLS,
Opposite Bingham’s Furniture Store, McMinn
Stampede pass. 36'45; Yakima pass,
well and cistern with two lots 110x120.
Remember the place- at the depot.
’ The up country jiajieis are ctyinir 3625; Snoqulmie pass, 3 1 10; Cowlitz gocxl
All kinds of small fruit and choice shrubbery ( ÌFFICE at F. A. Hill’s Drug Store, Dayton
“ More cars. " tirain is piled up at all pass, 5200. 'Flic elevation of A ins- ami Howers. Desirably located. Must be sold
stations in Eastern Oregon and Wash worth at tin* mouth of Snake river is soon. For terms apply to G. G, BINGHAM,
350 feet. The siininiil of tin* • Umntaii- Real Estate Ageut.
uni hills, by way of the Durr roait be
\ inson, Oregon, is to have a brass tw<*en hero and Ellensburg, ta 3500
foundrv. I there servant girlsax- in feet, and tin* summit of I hr s same hills House, barn and six lots. Terms are half
° Len' me yer knife, pipe an’ tobacev, an’
down, balance on time.
Situated in cential
demand. Tlu- men wanting them are by way of Pressey road, is
fumble yer pocket ter a match while 1 load the !
W F I F P
i 3000 fret. part ot town. For particulars apply to Geo. G.
” Which bring inteipreted,means that u L II L L l H
LI1U I1H I Lil
The Indians an* having g rare sport BINGHAM, Real Estate Agent.
Govenor Newell, ot W. I .. Iliad....... - spearing
to-day ■ says
<-a<ion to address tile people assembled Vcirs of < >ct. 2S(h, I lie oldest tinier
Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars. VVATVHES
Tobacco, Candy and. Notions which he propos-
„■it tin- lair in Olympia tin- other even does pot ri iiicinbrr when the salmon
TC<* Uiu nvi lie,
Oregon. es to sell as low as is consistent with the
ing and of course denied licit lie inten ‘*jump<*d” so freely as lor several
ded Io resign. He is not that kind ot a hours t his morning. II uui I k ds of them
e . vt Painting done in the neatest style, on the
could In* soi li in tlx* air at once, some ih :. il
shortest notice and at the most reasonable Is prepared tod»» slashing and grubbing with
prices. Shop in the old Beary building op • g0Ja pOp anj oral)ge., lor »ale under the l’ho-
Lying four miles noi tliwest ol Hepp rising several feet above I In* water, and
c M innville , orecon .
Third between A and B Sts,
bit. I - tograph
n the Brick Store, corner 3d and Jefferson St’s
Gallerv at ....
ner. Oregon, siijs tb<-
and il rcallv seeiiii d as I hough tin* bay was
11. 11. WELCH.
west of the creek ranch of Steve Lal alive with them, l ids •• jumping ’ bus
alines, is as tine a Iswi.v of agricnltm.il
land as ever was fenced up ami conver ceedingly novel species of sport. \Ve
Also Flouring Mills, Saw Mills, JjJte,
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
noticed a parts of sportsmen out in
ted Io raising grub lor mankind.
boats thi> morning, shooting salmon
vs . it r.f ir.
“Who” exclaims tin- Wajco Sun. on the “ ilv ■” with shotguns. A quick
Parties wishing to locate, by Pre-emption or
Desirable properly in the town of Sheridan
-savs The I tulles is going down." T"" shot could kill his •• bird’’ nearly every Homestead, upon Government Land, or to pur
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
new stoles, one tallol shop. I.... . shop, time. If hit. tin salmon would sink on chase School or Railroad Lands, will do well to
shop, wagon shop, e'»»»»»l dwelling house, barn,
barber shop, and a daily paper all stai I - striking the water, but in a few mo call upon or address me as I am thoroughly
lumber and wood shed.
ed within the past few days and a nat ments rise and float on the surface. acquainted with such lands throughout the ru
Da» ton, 4)n;;on
ional bank soon to start, means some- The gunners soon learned tin* topes. tin* Willamette Valley, on either side of the Gafayettc.,
It was noticed thatriol; fi<h made t hl re river, and can show parties the most, valuable
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
from the best material ami beat workmanship.
h aps from the water when it once lands and desirable locations, from 40 to 1.200
A malt in Union eonnty, Oregon, w is parted,
Painting and trimming done to order.
say ten feet apart. Al the tii. t acres in a body. Information pertaining to _____________________________ —_______ _________
taken up not long since tor taking tun- Imp the hunter could sight his game, landa furbished gratis. For location and pri
G»*n»*rnl Blacksmith and Repairer.
In 1 <»tt’ I lie government lauds, ami on at the seropd. disrosrr the direction it ces, send for circular. .\ddress
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
st . < iiaki . i : s io 4» ti ; l ,
the trial he proved that In was alionl was moving, and by the third his gun
| OTS Nos. I, 2 and 3, in Block No. 19. Row
T mULTNCH. Prop.,
ilu- only man in the w hole country that could be in pla<*e for a quick shot.
land’s adtlition are otr»*r<*d f»>r »ah* at a bar
Corner Third and B streets,
>li«l not help himself from tin- govern
Offiee-Al ith <>4*4». <■. Bingham.
gain. Fine location m ar the depot- just east
“Horse Ilea sen’ is the name of a
n< IIINX VII.1.1;
BKKGON. of the resi»b*m*<* of L. H. Cook, uii tlu* east side
ality in Yakima valley, W. I’., and
Newhouse! New furniture! unsurpassed in of railroad traek, on Third Street. The three
The Seattle Henilil greets frond is 4li-.-cril»4-d
i Takes pl«*asure in inviting the attention of the
in this whs by the Signal :
lire country. Rates—$1 to $2 per day, accord lots will be sold lor $400. ifapplie<l for s<»on.
Blake ill this way : .Mr. M. E. Blake, i’he jMijtioj» of our county svliich is now
piibli«’ to his new and fine stock of
GUOKGI-: U II I |ft, Jr.
ing to room. Single meals, 25 cents.
tin- editor of tl»' S hik I«!!
expects attracting the hugest number of new
McMinnville, May 24, ’H3- Utt,
ing, 25 to 50 wnts, according to room.
to get tile liist issm-ol tlial pap« i out settlers is a I’onnl» * |s ing south of the
DRUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
and Lodging, $4 to $0, per week. Fine Sample
a we« k from next Sunday, l ie « <lt- Losvi r >'akinia and familiarly known
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
Rooms ami superior accommodations for com
totial ami <-om|iosing rooms w ill ><• m as “ Horse llsaveii. ” 'I’he name itself
Acres, one ami a-lialf mercial i. eii. Supper furnished Balls and
the upper story of tin- l’ost building. is sonirss hat suggestive of thechareeter
at reasonable rates.
Give me a call
«wU miles west of Vinify. 'parties
and wee fur yourselves.
A party from »'any«>u « i»y, Oregon, <d the roimtiy. Ih*ing covered with a
l*r< < riplions « nrefully compounded and
tt ' y at L aw ä N otary 1‘i’im
« ipijireii a thief mime«! Alva liippei. tipe grow th of bunch gruss, it has lu*en
last Sunday ami found nt his «len ¡1 lor maps years a sort of equine elysinni house; young orchard just be
Business Promptly Attended to.
misiM-lkim-oiis assortment ol gomls
/hEFIl’F <hif Dour I’.i.l of l’< I iMlì«*«*,!
The pal-tv in seal« h till'd eleveli sh"»s untamed str« <1*. ’,lln«»iighout hoth win ginning to bear.
M»*M mnv ill«*. « >«-.-.■on.
nt the lellow but did not lilt him. 1 In ' ter and summer It Dm immense coun
picked hint upat his uncle’s a few boms try in size, soon* of ii belonging within
JOHNSON S BRICK.
remainder in the «listrirt ol lands sub- The cheapest farm in Yamhill
D, 1». S. Brown, a government com j<«t to i ntr.s at Yakima. Principally
For terms apply Io
lnissoper appointed to , -.amim- a I"" all of it lies in Yakima county. I’roni County.
The Purest Wines and Liquors kept constant
Root mill shoe tl alter
lion of (he North« tn I’acitir lailroad. the Columbia lisi 1 opposite the towns
Iv <>n hand. Cigars of the best brands and <»ue
Geo. G. HINGHAM,
said to i, reporter of tin- KocliesU r, 5- of Wallula and CniNtilhi, this great
MH i<int\, oitUGora.
ot the best Billiard Tables in the State, found
T„ Dimornil at><l •hiome'e-.
Im «•mjntiy risi s giadually until it termi-
Real Estate Agent.
Walla Walla Valley is I lie best wln-al nati/ft HA the blnlfw lii< h overlooks the
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
region in the w.o ld, a region which pm- Yakima. IL» ' oltimbia river at I 111a-
Etc, in Yamhill County
duci-K from lifty to sixty bushels to tin- lilla i> just 320 feci above the level of
CHE \P FOR CASH.
tlie <ea, ss liile tin* blniVos rrlooking the
aere without irrigation.
Bools and Shoes manufactured to ord« r and
The East Oii'ioiiiuii says: Thursd.iv Yakima which marks the northern
N otic«* Io III Par lien.
SOO sacks «d wheat belonging t<- I. 11 terminal ion <•! the “Horse Heaven
All work and goods warranted.
is 1600 f« «*t above the Kea.
All parties are hereby notified not. to trespass
Bowman, of Eureka Elat, U -J.”*1".""' country,
of t his bluff one may l.uik
upon my premises from and after thia date, and
lire oil his ranch, destroying tin- entir«- . Fr««m top ....................
tails, on tin1 1 akinm
lipoj* 1 I Prosst-r .........
all found ire passing will be prosecuted to th
lot of grain. As men were busy arouml down tipoi.
fullest extent of the law.
the pik ¡milling aw av the «heat, it ts
W. T. N kwrv .
suppos.-«! licit III«- lire caugbl m tlie till' level of the sea.
McMinnville, Aug. 23, 18R3—ml
straw from a cigar or a lighted uuitcu.
fur Lame Back. Side or Chest use Shiloli'»
The grain was fully insured.
1 would respectfully call the attention of the
Pomu. Plaster. Price 25 cents. Bold by Rogers
by the Dav,
people to the fact that I
WILK, tlll.K! MILK!!
There ar«- som*- three thousami c.ivp i Todd.
I have all the field notes
in .1. » . Wolf's pom) nt I hutou. »» In»
ot the Public Surveys oi
The uibleinigbed wishes to inform the peo
Pay 4 a-li
num «-minty, W. T. I hr« <- year- ,j.-o
“HACKMETACK. ” a lasting and Iragran
Yamhill county, and am
ple of McMinnville that he is running a M ilk
Hu- i«oml «-ontaim-d three pairs ot ti-li. perfume. Price 25 vnd 50 cents. Sold by Rog For all kinds of Produce, Oats. Barley, Cured
prepared to do First-Class
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
Corner Commercial and Trade Sts.,
tine of the eldest tisli weigh, d seven ers A Todd.
work on short notice ami
the t.c t of rnilk at the most reasonable rates.—
Meats, Lard, Apples, Onions, Eggs, Chickens,
L ight S olar T ransit .
reasonable ter mis .
pounds. They were pronounced excel
Turkeys. Ducks, Getse and Potatoes.
OREGON. Those wishing to be supplied with the article
W. A L. E GURLEY,
.'ent eating, and the cost of iiusing CATARRH CURED, health and sweet hr- a th
at once can do so by leaying orders at the Post-
TROY, N. V.
them is nominal. Every tanner who «wured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price
W. G. DAVIB.
I have far sale
50 c nts, Na^al Injector free. Sold by Rogers
,-ai, should have a carp pond.
It is rep<nl< «l by Mr. IL U. Goode, of A Todd.
and Graft« Seed.
the geog/aphieal surveying pmty .ol
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia an»l
th.- Norther" Pncitie railroad, as an im Liver < ’..«»«plaint " Shikttrs Vitaliz.-r is guaran-
I also have the
portant disrovery. that Mom t Adam ee»l to cure you. Sold by Ro^era A Todd.
I ndrrOd4l Fellowa9 Hall.
Juat opened on
IS several InindK'k Jte‘ ’"’t*"1
heretofore suppo'. «!
SLEEPLESS NlGH I S, made miserable by
Third Street, two Doon East of
Mount Ta.-oma is J!><> Het
, ih-d terrible conuh. Shiloh’« ‘ ure h the rem- The only fertilizer that contains Phosphate
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
height <f Mount \damsis as« etl.nii <i e«lsr f»»r von. Solti by R»»se*rs A fod'l.
to be 12.31H1 and that of lacmn.i 1».
«I KAKKV A M'HIAl.'tV.
250 feet als.ve the level <>) tl"' ■‘•'a.
Slfll.OH S CATARRH REMEDY—» po»-
I am also ageut for the
The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept WcUinnville,
constantly on hand.
13-4 in 3.
Tim Seattle. W. T.. t
“J •'»“■*- dive eul.' lor Catarrh. Inplh. ria and Canker
Mouth. S.<ld by
Korthwesteni XaiulMWry i Car Company's
«lav savs: Yesterday morning two J
l liiw. !
diaus mum-.) Libby ami S-m; '
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
J. B. FLETCHER.
gagedina.inarrel m ar Snohomish» 1O
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTA bought.
lor connlrr produce. Call and
w hich result. <1 in the instant " •
T|4 Nimi« ille, llr«|SS,
to loan ou gooti real estate curi-
examine goods and prices.
th.-last .. ....... brave labby I-1 1 ; 1
EURISKO MARKET. and now have on exhibition at rnv store a fine •r- Money
G. G. BINGHAM,
Feb. 21, lNK22tf.
»¿■rjrtrnc-nt ol Farm and Road J/achinery, in
a butcher knife iuto hie tHea-t aii.l i I
Is now prepared to furnish music for Pic-Nies,
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
Lomjacre &. Fletcher. Proprietors. cluding th-i
.-d his eareer. The cans.-.«» Ih<'
Celebrations, etc., <»u short notice ami at rea
rel is unkm.« n. They weir U.t . < 1'
sonable rates. Address
Rl 4 KM F4»R MALE.
A. V. it. MM I .11. Ir,»«lrr,
lizedliidiaiisamlea. h held a boniest« .I
Tlie nnderaigned ha, for ,.)« a lot of large,
Call an«i see me at the Wallace Building,
«m the Skykomish river.
" 1« ¿«,..|. "p.niah Menno Buck., which nn
opposite Masonic Hall.
Savs the Albany llfrolil■ I-";1
had at good bargains by applying lo or ad
e. x. HARHi.ra®.
’», »he »»><”<'
B. A. Hunsaker took Ins is.p.l ot sh.-< p Hr H.vini pti»ph«ird " Iht» m»tk<
ISIDORE ERTI.E, P ro .
over to Sand Hollo«- Umatilla counts. o„n.-r..i TI.U.I »I, U
wlK-re they »*
«•orniliiig them in town near tin
I’r»>pr ietor 21 tu.3.
tRAMK (.II IM K
prr|»r. <l i.> lurni»h <h>-
«luting tlie night. Shortly .-•«t,-i .ir
ing on the Sami lloliow range .i
Manutarturer of Lager Be^r and Porter.
I'n-.l, 'I.»!', »aw»»«»»
you go u> Day tut
gars kept for sale. Wiu
.51tiftftbem died, unbeing cut op. n ■triad Clirr**. * rr-..
.1. • i.h. salt and
All orders promptly tilled.
call and see Frank.
aud examined «o-veral of them
Ilrivil I ink. liarou.
found to lune eaten large «piantitt.-s ..I,
Done to Order, will pieaae call on
alkali, great chunks of which n<r«.
MRS- H. A' ALLEN
IT < KIIR,
found lodgedin their intestines.
1 i. »***> Ti IRRET
Illi tl»E»T »A Will SHI »<■!.£»
At hpr reeidenee, in Amity, Oregon.
Venison is no luxury in H1*' "
PHOT (Hi ll.ll’ililt.
sv«-f «cade in this Melioti are now being man-
river 4*4»iintry. A 4*i»rirs|M»inh‘i>t
Nov. I, IA j AI-II.
ing fioin the Fish creek.rift. • ! We »ball al-o «ar»? « “<•
Ha« retnmed to hi» old Hand—up «taira in
deer were brought in from r isti . •'
monda’ buikiing—with a new equipment
<.ti4 4»«-il • riiilft. of nil Kind,
utenti I » tor hia work, and i» now pnqiared
Monday, lour horses cam. m
■ 'w take
JhiftoM l a h Price pid tor all kiods «4
from another qaarter 1 m-sd-n. ami ■ v
All parties indeMed to me are hereby notl-
< hi*ftri a* tht < heap«*st and fO4»d as the beet.
mole yesterday . Nineteen ••» the am Fart Stork.
that they mu.oi settle lhe Mme by Nov.
Look at them.
Pirtiircfool all Kind».
Wr W.W»M n»«-t rr*|e- Mlv a*E » ¿hare el I?4, !■**<:<. otherwiM their aerr»enUi will I*
Inals are ex|»-.-t< d up froin Finii
Office—Ooe door east of Hartman’s bri< It.
H.qu.reuf F. W. REDMOND, A «rent, at
r,laced in the hand« of an alWnev. fi.r collec
today mid the probiil.ihti' r* an* •hi* the
tion. Thin »• buameaa
J. C. CASWELL, j L»u,h>n< <;»» »dn»n«rter»d for (vi»fow ek- Prom a »mall me tin type to » l.rge Cabinet MvMtanville, or of
market will Is- well snj.pli. d fr-mi »«
LoNitAi RE Jk FLETiTIER.
MILLER A BOWER«.
• Pleaae give me a call.
McMinnville, Oct 11— Ul.
on to the eml of the seirsoii.
is retailed at ttve cents per js'iiml.
E. E. GOUCHER. M. I) THE HOLMAN FAN.
Cahn, Nickelsburg & Company’s
W. D. FENTON,
BOOTS and. SHOES■
NO. 1 SALOON.
Crockery, Crockery !
J. B. B.QHK.,
House, Carriage, Sign
T. C. STEPHENS,
Farm ° Sale.
J. E MAGERS
NEW BILLIARD HALL
DR. E HOWELL
Price-$25 per Acre.
Produce £ Commission
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable-
Littlefield & Caltireath,
FARM. Road and Mill MACHINERY,
BOSS SALOON, New Grocery and Provision Store
3iimgl.es, Shingles !
Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill.