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er’»nt trinin,,l,SH ii0 “'"‘s a yard at II. Fioli-
1* wl*o takes n paper regular
• flt,|U a post-office, whether directed in
hw name or another’*, or whether he sub
rtjrilied or not, is rvspousible for payment.
•* If a persou orders lits ptiuer diacontiu-
uedbeinust pay arrears, or the publisher
niav continue to send it until payment is
uiHde. and then collect the whole amouut,
whether the paper is taken from the office or
«' -• «U. l>er can at B F
Uartman s -sold elsewhere nt IKT.i, ota.
Our piuueors ure returuiim. Mr. w .1
Uarriami r, .it hed hum,. Inat Monda, huvmu
I hh u «on.- just hye weeks. He ,M lookum
Well and reporte having had a «.«.d time.
D''j The courts have decided that refusing
w take uewspupera or periodicals from the
„.rtt-ofiice. or removing and leaving them in
th*, office, is pruua facie evidence of inten
4 Th« Postmaster-General has decidetl
that POHtn>aH^erH w,‘° ^*’1 to nol‘fv publish
when sabscriliers remove, or fail to take
their pal**™ from the postoffice, shall be re-
sjMjnsible fur their subscriptiou.
Th« old Shakespearian Reading Club has
l» «n rio.urrecbd under the name of " Me
Minnville Social Literary Society.” It is
STeu^Ld.,,ne“f "Ur 'HSt
• foot that there Were H.HI.O broken ptenk
in the walk Ht ttie corner of F aud Third
paired"”11''1 ll"’ W‘llk huH '*•" fullJ re
Chas. Criasen, of the Bakery has received
the largest assortment of Santa Claim notion»
ever brought to this town, which he will sell
at astonishing low fignres-dolls by the mil-
lion for 5 cent*.
Young hopeful h first autograph, written in
Notice is hereby given that HIl< . C. F.
tile albiim of a young friend: “Good bov,
CONNER has ussecialed himself narlie my pa bought my ma a new wash
Wilh the“ YAM Illi.1. REPORTKIt” bowl an. I pitcher ; I have got a new aunt and
and •* interested iu the publication Hfie is h€<re, ho she is.”
Dr. 1 rnilinger offers the following gentle
men as reference: F. O. McCown, att’v. D
< . Latourette. att'v. Dr. White. Capt. kpper-
*»n. Dr. Norjis. Dr. Parker. Cooper Bros.,
liverymen, all of Oregon City.
County Court i« in session.
I hose knowing themselves indebted to me,
City election passed off very quietly.
by note nr otherwise, are hereby notified to
Misses and childrens cloaks at H. Fisher's. come and settle immediately, aiid save costs.
Read B. F. Hartman's new ad. and profit I nmst l.nve money, and if warning will not
bring it, justice will. 1 mean just what I
B. F. H artman .
A perfect bonanza of plows at the Corker's,
Our friend and former business partner,
W. H. Warren, left in on Monday last for
Go see those late styled Hats at B. F. Seattle, where he will go into bnsines. Mr.
Warren is a young man of good business
and we wish him sucoess in
Several dances in the neighborhood, last qualifications,
business he may engage.
Onr clothing department comprises a fine*
White Knitting Cotton 5 balls for 25 cents line
of overcoats from $6.50 upwards. Mens
at H. Fisher's.
boys and youths clothing, underwear, gloves,
Corker, at Lafayette, keeps the Syracuse scarfs, ties, suspenders and other articles too
numerous to mention.
H. F isher .
chilled iron plow.
They tell us that the Martin-Rvan race is
The jury in the Kiernan-Altman case, last
no go. for the reason that Martin imagines
that there is evidence of considerable crook
The great and well known Bamboo corset edness in the business, and therefore refuses
for sale at H. Fisher's.
to have anything to do with it. We glorv in
Dr. Trnllinger, the veterinary surgeon, was Billy's snunk.
in town on Monday.
Moss' Minstrels had a full house at this
A big line of Misses Rubber Gossamers place. This is a very good company, and if
were not for their getting off so many of
$1.25 at H. Fishers.
their stale hits that have been going the
We will sell our fall stock of office flies at rounds for years would have been appreciat
ed a great deal better. Their band is a good
a ruinous discount.
one and play choice music.
Things went very cheaply at Dr. Augur's
Dr. Trullinger's Green valley Salve isa sure
sale, last Saturday.
cure for scratches, harness and saddle galls,
Mrs. Sarah Conner has gone to Portland cuts and sores of any kind. Good for man
to visit friends.
or beast. A good healing salve is something
•• Only fifteen cents for a shine!” A new that every family should keep. Buy Trullin
ger's Salve and you will have the best and
boot-black, you see.
cheapest salve in the market
W. A. Henderson, of South Yamhill, came
We were pleased with a few moments' call
in for a chat, on Saturday.
on Monday evening from Prof. G. J. Burch
Go to Corker's, at Lafayette, and get a ett. who was up looking about for a house to
plow that will last a lifetime.
occupy, as he will come back to his old home
the first of next of month, and take
L. C. Turner of Dayton, spent Sunday about
charge of the “ Baptist Beacon,” which our
with his relatives at this place.
Baptist brethren have decided to publish at
“Bolivar” should be more careful with this place.
the use of firearms in the future.
Strayed from the premises of the under
We hope to see that fire bell raised several signed, about two months since, seven head
feet above its present height, soon.
of sheep—six ewes and one buck lamb—all
Rev. James Mathews will preach in Mc the ewes being branded with the letter “O’*
Minnville next Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. in red paint on the hip . buck unmarked.—
Any person knowing the whereabouts of
Mr. H. C. Rowell, of Grand Ronde. was in such sheep will confer a favor on the owner
town last Friday and paid us a pleasant visit. by letting him know of (he same.
L. H. B aker .
Everybody goes to Corker, at Lafayette,
because they are sure to find what they want.
Western remedies for western* diseases
Fresh Canned Peaches at 25 cts. per can at Try
Trullinger’s Condition Powders—a sure
B. F. Hartman's—every can warranted to be preventive
for all diseases of the stomach,
liver, blood, loss of appetite’ etc., and will, if
Engine and Hose companies met Tuesday taken in time, cure all the various ills horses
evening and Hook & Ladder company last and cattle are subjected to. Remember,
those powders are manufactured by a veter
inary surgeon and are fast gaining an un
Mr. John Winnerberg, of Carlton, was in shaken reputation among horse owners.
town last Saturday and made glad the heart
Dr. J. Trullinger, the well known veterinary
of ye printer.
surgeon, of Oregon City. Oregon, will visit
Louis Garrison and wife, of Lane county, Yamhill county about November 10th. and
are the proud parents of a bouncing baby will canvas the county professionally, taking
boy. born Nov. 4th,
wholesale orders for his valuable medicines.
If you desire to get full value for your The Dr. is a graduate and can furnish the
l>est of references. The disease known ns
money, go to B. F. Hartman's to buy
the staggers, a sp'cialtv. All kinds of surgi
cal work done sientifiu.illv. Consultations
“ Snass” will please bear in mind that he free.
must sign his true name to communications
How it is : A gentleman from the east
as well as an assumed one.
wishing to engage in business was brought
The best and finest assortment of Ladies to this place by a friend with a view to look
Neckware. of latest design, ever brought to ing out a location. The gentlman was driv
en down Third streed. and after looking
McMinnville, at B. F. Hartman's.
about for a time said to his friend : ” I guess
Wm. Hill and James Flett and their fami a «- il •'<• bari, : h that mud hole is a speci
lies have moved from Nestucca Mills to town. men of th»* public spirit of the town. I guess
All the boys, have also come down.
I don't wish to stop here.” And who ooald
Go to Corker, at Lafayette, where yon can blame him ?
find more plows and hardware, do better and
W. II. Bingham says be <lucs not aspire to
buy cheaper than at any ol her place.
inv office within the gift of the people, his
aim being tc supply the people of Yam
Messrs. T. B. Rowell and U. S. Grant with
their young wives, of Dallas, spent a day or hill with all kinds of furniture the. may
need : and in this lie is succeeding admirably.
two in McMinnville during the week.
If you don’t think so. go and examine the
A little frog sat on a log, up bv Third large stock he has on hand. In quilts, com
Street lake ; he winked and blinked and then forts. mats, ni»>s. pictures, etc., you can find
croaked out, " this hole, it takes the cake.”
ilmost anything you wish, and at “way
Charley says that Cal says that ‘‘there’s down” prices.
nothing tine in surveying.'* Charley says
“0. W.. Deputy P. M. at Sheridan" is
also that Cal’s the boss on running a line.
wrong in taking “8. Dan” to task about
■di.»se “Oregonians" not arriving. If such a
Ladies ulsters, cloaks, dolmans with plush blunder occurred as to send lhe Reedville
or fur trimmings and the favorite Jersey oackaoe to that office and vice versa it is no
cloaks nice fitting garments at H. Fisher’s • personal matter" but lielongs to the public
McM. F. D. delegates met Monday even ind it wm perfectly right that onr corres
ing, and besides other business transacted nondent should speak almut it. If there was
decided to give a concert in the near future. nore said regarding the mistakes, that occur
hrough gross carelessness. w<‘ think they
Don't go to Russ A Foster's unless yon would occur less frequently.
want to get the worth of your money. They
The first veniaon we have had the plea ,ure
keep a fine line of millinery and notions.
»f tasting for many a long day. was brought
Did von hear of that “Toakespearian" n <»n Saturday last bv our gunsmith. G. L.
Reading Club that is going to give a socia Parker, who. in company with several oth
ble, soon ? We can't find the dog-gonned ers. had j ist returned from a nine days’ hunt
over in the Nestucca region. Tbev captured
deer bu‘ brought but two out with them
Am Shadden says that those guns bought ten
Mr. Park» r savs if a man wants to find a
by himself and Mr. Roof were bought field
for successful hunting, the Nestucca
through onr gunsmith. G. L. Parker, who is
country ib the place. Thanks.
a cousin of the manufacturer.
A young man np at “Glenbrook farm a
L. C. Thompson dropped in for a moment s
O ’ two ago went to see his adored at
chat one day last week. He has had County dundav
i neighbor ng farmer's, and while there a
Surveyor Cooper out surveying “Glenbrook
R«,lant, ,'1 m 7
Farm,” which was a big job.
lown a gun belonging to th? young lady *■
Charles Groening had an examination be father f »r the purpose of capturing one of
fore Justice Newby on Monday last and was the feathered tnlie. He cocked th*» gun be
held in bonds of $500 for whipping his fore leaving the room, but by some means
• he weap< n was discharged and the char,»»
\f shot whizzed past the head of the vonn.
Trullinger's Excelsior Liniment is one of lady ami entered the ceiling above, leaving a
the rarest compounds of liniment for sprains hole that vou could put vonr ban ! thr«»ugl>
bruises, callous lumps, rheumatism, numb A Clo*- call and a badly scared couple of
ness of the limbs, etc. Try it.
A dock has been built for the landing of
The “ Register” «ays that Mr: J. H. Olds
freight from boats that ply on Third Street ..f Lafayette. lx»u, h out Santinelli’s show
Lake. This extensive piece of work was ac and lhen adda:
Bill Mathews any» h<
complished without a single accident.
:.ont>hl it <> itoprewi ni»n his memory tli<
The total receipts of the Christian Mis nwvssitv of colleotine bills in advance from
sionary Convention of Oregon for the year show bilks, and thnt he thinks printer-
ending Oct. 22nd. was $458.75: disburse misht remember the cirvnm«tance with prohl
That is j.i.t wlmt the print
ments. $244.35. Total on hand $214.40.
■rs op tl is wav reni<in».ered. They t.s.k
The City election on Monday last was a this outfit pm-chased bv Mr. < ll.ls. as a yniar-
lame affair : in fact it was hard I v known tntee of ■•>»*» b,llh ,,n lh,‘ PBM of ,b'“ ’h"”
that an election was lieing held, so quietlv man : then Mr. Olds paneled" the am.mnt
did it pass off. On Wednesday evening of 3ne him anil he now holds the -'eqnivalent.
last week the citizens held a convention at lixnerietn*3 Jod^e. worketh wonders.
Mohawk Hall and placed in nomination the
A citizen of oor town thinks he has solved
following ticket, which was elected through
the Inna-sotlRM »nd pnwline problem of
dorine th»- power of the wind. We have
seen a drawinc of the invention, and is »•
Recorder—A. B. Baker.
simple we woumler why i< h"* n“» *»*n ••>?'
Conncilmen—G. F. Tucker. L. Shobe.
Palmer. W. G. Henderson. G. W. Jones ami .f before We are not nt lits-rtv to make
the invention public, bnt it can I* explained
in a dozen w-.rils. or hall a ilozeti strokes of
The name of T. J Rowland wea phred -he pencil. Th- «>4 per horse power will
upon the ticket in opposition to Scudder not be m .re th .n fifteen cents a month -
but the latter was elected by 12 maj<>rity. A Illis nr»»Mem h«s l*-cn dweniwed in tn»
few scattering votes wt-re cast for < ouucil ••Scientific American” for some months and
men. Oniv M votes were cast. wher»* there nianv linn« have been proposed, and if th».
would have l»een 150 had there been any in mn nets awav with the prize, we say well
done. It s a bonanza for the inventor.
Noy. ft. 18*3.
The hills around Sheridan are green with
rapidly growing grass.
A petition is being circulated and numer
ously signed, asking that Charles Whitmer
;i|»p.■ nt. d post master in place of (*. H.
The ground is in splendid condition for
plowing and the farmers are busy us l»ees.
Joseph Howard, druggist at Prineville.
Crook county, whs visiting at Capt. Lafoll-
ett’s, last week.
A five year old child of Montgomery Sy-
ron, of ted prairie, died last week of mem
branous croup, and not diphtheria, as has
The Good Templars and their friends had
a splendid time at their Necktie party, and
netted t.ierefroirt the sum of $26.
Capt. Lafollett has two hundred bushels
of Burb ink seedling potatoes.
Thomas Stakely, of Jackson precinct,
Polk county, lost a child three or four years
old, last week, with croup.
It is announced that a meeting will be
held at the Town Hall on Friday evening
next to organize the usual debating society.
Let the nen attend, as well as the boys and
girls. Musicians and singers especially in
The appraisers were engaged last week in
appraising the property of the estate of C.
H. Mess nger.
There is at A. 8. Bible's store six potatoes
taken from one hill by Mr. Porter,that weigh
18,8i pounds—the largest weighing 4% lbs.
Two po atoes, estimated to weigh three
pounds, taken from the same hill, were not
brought to town.
The freeze out last winter has not deterred
the farmers from sewing winter wheat, for it
is believed the acreage will be as large as
Mr. Green, the gentleman who purchased
the Millsaps farm, has just arrived overland
We had forgotten to announce that Win.
Bewley, son of T. K. Bewley, is attending
the Willamette University at Salem, this
Two young men at church yesterday talked
so loud during the opening prayer as to dis
turb half of the large congregation, and
stalked out of the house just as the minister
announced his text, returning again near the
close of the servicces, so as to attract atten
tion. Such conduct is reprehensible and if
it occurs again the names of the parties will
be given and commented upon as their con
S. D an .
Nov. fi. 1883.
When everything is quiet and still : when
nobody comes to town ; when everybody
stays at home and minds his own business,
what can there be in the shape of news or
gossip? Well, that is precisely the condi
tion we are in here, now. So if this letter is
short and barren, you will know what cause
to attribute it to.
But wait a bit; here's Gus Smith, just re
turned from California, after a year's course
in medical studies. Gus says he is not yet a
full-fledged physician, but in about two
years he will hang out his shingle and see
what he can do towards helping the under
takers. That’s what he says. But my im
pression is that this same individual intends
to do his best to break the undertakers and
sextons up by ruining their business.
Frank Large and wife, formerly of this
place but now of Forest Grove, came up last
week on a visit, and were warmly welcomed
by their many friends. They returned to
the Grove, yesterday.
B. F. Lewis, Esq., dropped in ami "gassed"
a fellow for a while, yesterday. Thank you
Ben ; call again.
G. M. Beeler, all the way from Amity, had
to drop in and shake a hand. It does one
good io look at George's ruddy face and
bay window,” the very picture of health.
I see the periodical prohibition petition is
again out for signers. Evidently there are
people who take periodical prohibition
spasms. These people seem to think that
they were born to get up petitions; also
that other people are Ixiund to sign them ;
also that the legislature is bound to legislate
and end the evil. But it never seems to en
ter into the heads of these periodical peti
tioners that it is iit cessarv for them to do
anything but petition and talk : or realize
that their actions belie words and hinder in
stead of helping the prohibition they are pe
titioning for. Petitions have gone before
the legislature and laws have been passed
and ch i nged and re-chanped to suit tlie
lemp<‘iance advocates, but intemperance
still prevails, ami the laws passed to please
them are a dead letter on the statute book,
and we find ourselves no nearer the goal of
prohibition than before. Talk is cheap, and
petitions cost next to nothing, but it takes
money to enforce laws, the very thing the
temperance people generally don't like to
part with. It also takes moral force, an el
ement that the average petitioner seems to
be nearly destitute of. Ladies and gentle
men, suppose you give us a little more work,
just to show the world that you mean some
thing of what you say.
N at .
Several strangers have been here, looking
John Bunn has a very sick child. Dr. Lit
tlefield is tending it.
Miss Orioe Laughlin has gone to Portland
to continue her study of music Avith Miss
George Messinger and brother, of Palouse,
W T. formerly of this plaoe, are down on a
J L Stewart and family have gone to Port
land on a visit.
Baker Sappington, wife, mother and sis
ter, of Gaston, visited relatives near here
John Bateman steps around quite lively,
dow. Cause—his wife presented him with a
nice girl baby Nov. 1.
Dave Caldwell and mother returned yes
terday from Missouri, and say they are glad
to get home. Dave is much improved in
Y ouknowwho .
Nov. 6, 1883.
Occasionally a little rain.
The heaviest frost this season was last Sat
Nearly everyone is out with their plows,
turning up the black soil.
Lewis Hoskins has rented J, T. Smith's
place ; and Johnnie, you know, stands be
hind the counter just waiting to sell you
something that will make you happy.
Miss Maggie Inglis has gone to Forest
Grove to teach the Indian girls the dress
making business. This makes the fourth
lady from this place that is helping in the
Mr. Sink and family started for east of the
mountains, last week.
Miss Bertha Brutscher, who has been visit
ing near Wheatland, returned yesterday.
John Hadley, who has been east of the
mountains for some time, has returned home.
Some of the girls have almost shed tears,
the past week, to think that R. S. has left
the country, and there is no chance for any
more hack rideB with him.
Thomas Clemens, of Linn county, is visit
ing at his son-in-law’s, Riley Smith.
Sheriff Collard was in town last Saturday
Quite a number were down from Dayton,
Prof. Owens,the phrenologist, is back
again and intends to lecture to-night at the
Brutscher school house.
There was a large crowd at the Social
Temperanoe meeting yesterday. We were
disappointed in not having Mr. Magers pres
ent. but liad a good meeting any way. The
following are the officers elected for the next
three months: Joseph Everest, President;
Eli lladley, Vice-President : Miss Lillie
Smith, Sec. ; John Vickery, Tress.
The following are the officers installed by
Newberg Lodge, I O G T, last Saturday even
ing, to herve three months : J T Smith, W C
T : Sirs. Sade Smith, W R H 8; Mrs. Ida
Wiley. WL HS: Miss Ellen Deskin, W V
T ; Eli Hadley, W S: Miss Roxie Heater, W
A 8 : Emery Hodson, W F S ; Miss Emma
Deskin, W T ; Frank Hadley, W M : Miss
Ida Brutscher, WDM; Miss May Robert
son, W C : Miss Addie Gard, WIG; Grant
Wiley, W O G ; Nate Wiley. P W C T.
T eetotaleb .
A bout those ” O bmuonianb .”
E iutok R kpobtkb .—Iu reply to “ 8. Dan’’
iu R epobteb of Nov. 1st iu regard to the
" Oregonian'' not coming to time I would
say in reply that the ” Oregonian” of the 27th
iiiat came to this office all right, but it was
the Reedvilh* package that w:w fcs'iit to this
The attention of the public is called to the
office instead of the Sheridan package. The immense baigains now ottered at the
Reedville package was addressed to Sheridan
and the Sheridan package, I supiMMe, was
sent to Re«*dville. If " 8. Dan” would call
on the post master here for an explanation
he would not need to appear in the R kpobt
kb so often. He could get a very good ex
The stock formerly owned by George Ban-
planation of him on the subject and wive a
great many of tiie readers of the R kpobtkb gasser A Son will be disposed of
a great deal of peisonal matter that does
not interest them, 1 hope he will call oil the
post master for aki explanation when they
fail to come agiJin, and save himself the
trouble of an iteip iu the R epobteb .
Depilty post master, Sheridan.
For Cash or Produce.
Woman Suffrage Question.
Great Reductions are made in
L a ^ atctt «, Or., Nov. 5,1883.
E d . R kpobtkb j —As you have so kindly
OC? 1 RI
submitted a spa< /e in your valuable paper to
an occasional ’article, on the subject of
A tine lot of
“ equal rights,” you'll probably deem a few
thoughts on the subject mentioned, not un
timely. The ¡ resent is certainly a time CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
fraught with grpat interest to the women of
Oregon, and th>3y should be keenly alive to
their own inter«Ms and “ be up and doing,”
so that voters ifuay know that in oasting
their ballots next June fur the pending
amendment, th e same will meet with the cor
Lower than Portland price».
dial approbatio n of their mothers, daught
ers, sisters and wives. A number of women
are apathetic <t>n this vital question, for
which various i reasons oan be assigned, yet,
often it lias bet m decided in the affirmative,
Cheaper than was ever offered in this city.
they'll speedily realize, as their fathers, bro
thers, husband 3 and sons now do, that it is
I respectfully invite the public to call and
not only a stud y but a great privilege to ex
ercise a right ii 1 making laws by which they examine goods and prices.
are governed, j
Voters of Or. sgon, it is for you to decide
W. F. BANGAS8ER.
whether your o wn loved ones shall be on an
equality with y ourselves, it is out of your
power to repret «ent them. You can readily
see that you ar p just as powerless in this di
rection as you ire to vote for tho masculine
members of yo nr own family. We all, of
both sexes, hav e a God-given individuality
of our own. 8 uch being the case it is no
more thah just that we each have an oppor-
t unity, women is well as men. of represent-
M. E. C ooke .
Would respectfully announce to the Ladies
of McMinnville and vicinity that they have
removed to the new building opposite the
[CORRECTED U EI KLY. BY F. W. REDMON».]
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Roots and Shoes
Misses Russ ¿ Foster
M c M innville , N ov . 8, 1883.
Wheat, per ousi 1.
Flour, per barred-...............
Oats, per bushel., i-..... ......
Dried Apples, per I pound....
Plums, per pounli............
Bran, per ton....... I..............
Ground Feed, per I*00........
Potatoes, per bushiel .....
Onions, per pound. ...........
Bacon Sides, per po und......
11am, jier pound...............
Shoulders, per pouilid........
Lard, per pound....!............
Butter, per pound..!........... .
Eggs, per dozen.....1............
Hides, dry flint, perl pound.
Hides, green, per ppund....
D r , S aylor ' s M arriage .
Dressed Hogs, per elwt.......
Says the "News” of Friday last. Nov. 2nd: Wool, per pound ... .
One of the happiest gatherings of the sea Tallow, per pound...!.
son was assembled last evening at the resi Chickens—grown—1 » •er dozen... . 4
dence of the Hon. J. F. Caples on Taylor
~r i of experience to take
W anted —A lady
street. The occasion was in celebration of charge of a house (and family of two chil-
the wedding of the accomplished daughter. I dron—both girls, on e 7 and the other 9 years
Miss Carrie, and Dr. W. H. Saylor, t^ wel. I old. Reasonable w igvs. Apply to
C harles G roening .
known physician of this city. The fact o. 1 3Jw3*
the engagement had been whispered abroad
for months past and last evening witnessed
the happy culmination of the betrothal.— P lease N otice !
The ceremony was performed by the Rev.
All persons indebtied to the undersigned
Geo. W. Izer, surrounded by a few intimate are requested to man; !;e payments by the 1st
friends and the family. At 8:30 o'clock a re day of Nov., 1883, a Jud
thereby save costs.
ception was held and the parlors were filled Tlii# is the last call. I Respectfully,
to overflowing with a multitude of the friends
W. F. B anoasseu .
of bride and groom, who were kept busily
engaged for hours receiving the hearty con
gratulations of the callers. The handsome
couple occupied a position in the alcove of
the second parlor, and beneath a huge um
brella of roses, heliotrope and mignonette.
the Best of
The bride was attired in an elegant silk of
ashes of roses, tastefully embellished with
on B street.
orange blossoms. A handsome pair of soli
taire diamond ear-rings, a present from the
groom, adorned her, and she looked the in-
carnation of happiness, The Doctor's port
ly figure contrasted well wit h the petite ele-
gance of his bride, and joy irradiated his
A LL persons knowii ig
q themselves indebted
io us will please < ’■ all and settle up lrnrne-
The wedding presents were numerous and
costly, and were displayed to the admiring <1 lately, as we must ha i ve <»ur money.
ROGER« A TODD.
gaze of all comers in the front parlor. A
McMinnville, Nov. 1 , 1853—14.
rich and bountiful collation was spread in
the dining-room, under the supervision of
Alisky, Baum & Co. The elite of the city
were present, and the evening passed in a
most agreeable and enjoyable manner. At
11 o’clock the last of the guests had depart NJ0TICE is hereby g iven
Iven that I am no Ion
ed, having attended one of the pleasantest
ger connected with) iltho
tho lumbering firm ol
receptions that has taken place in this city Ifemstock, Harvey & (Francis,
IFnincii, having with-
for years past. This cordiality and warmth drawn from the same. ( Tnankiug
of feeling was due to the universal popular lor courtesies
ity of both bride and groom, each of whom Hcmatock
is1 he center of a large circle of admiring Hemslock
.-mqoaintance.i. Mr. ami Mrs. Dr. Saylor left meet with unbounded siicct ss.
for Astoria this morning. From there they
will take the steamer for San Francisco, and
spend a few weeks in the balmy atmosphere
McMiun vil le, Orcßou,
and have received a splendid stock of
French Flowers in Velvet, Plush and Silk,
Ornaments of Every Description,
In fact everything to be found in a millinery
or notion store.
Please pve us a call, and vou will be con
vinced that we have the best goods and most
Thousa ids of Brick, of the best quality, now
•n hand i nd will constantly be Kept at the
brick yard of
A. C. SAYLOR,
Having secured entire control of the yard
formerly run by (’.(». Saylor, the above named
proprietor starts out with the intention of man-
ulacturing and supplying this public with
brick in any quantity, of a quality guaran
teed to be as good as the best, and at prices as
low as the lowest.
A suitable reduction to parties purchasing
Give me a call and see lor yourself.
A. C. BAYLOR.
Now at the stables of
HENDERSON & LOHAN BROS.
M c M innville ,
“ J esse '. C hief ” N o 1, dropped April 12th,
1877 ; sire, “ Emperor;” dam, “ Minnie War
I’ ehiuri e of “ E mperor ” “ Emperor” was
dropjied Jan. 17th 1875; sire,“ Emperor Bil
ly ,” darn “Olivea” by irii|K>rted Neptune(l24);
. rand-dam, “ Olivea” (232); great grand-dam
•• Nelly Bly,”(226)—imported.
P eihgree of “M innie W arren ”—“Minnie
S heridan ' s B usiness M en .
Warren,” solid fawn, dropped March 5th, 1874 ;
Nov. fi. 1883.
Beacon Comet,” 14th : darn, “ Princes”
Parties desiring to improve their stock of Ith. “ (2302
; grand Jam, “Princes” (761)—
•ist of the business men of the metropolis of Ilogs, will bear in mind I i hat I have a
imputed by W. B. Dinsmore in 1868.
No new cases of diphtheria are reported.
Jersey Red Boar,
T xbmn —For season, $5.
The familiar sound of our school bell is
G (’ Epperly, drugs and books.
HENDERSON A LOGAN BROS.
For which 1 will charge I ie small sum of
A S Bible, dry goods and groceries.
jht head tor breeding, believing that they are
Il Jacobson, same.
the best hogs on the coast, and fast suj>erced-
F. says the next time he goes to church L<
H F A L Mayer, same.
ing all others breeds.
is going flone.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
W T Hash, same.
Chas Lafollett, attorney at law.
A lso for S ale —A num i ber of Thoroughbred
Dr. Boyd, of your town, paid our town a
Jersey Boars and Ilalf-bre ! k 1 Jers«*y and Po-
flying visit last Wednesday.
J W James, blacksmith.
land China, which make k fine cross, at rea- I I.ARDWAKE,
Ed Crane and wife, of Carrolton. W. T..
H Grindle, same.
B, F. HARTMAN.
are here on a visit to relatives and friends.
Me Been n Bros, livery and feed stable.
OF ALL KINDS,
The net/ Eveangelical church, near Web
foot was ( edicated last Bunday.
John Cain, same.
W A Fenton, boots and shoes.
Mrs. W F. Gilkey left on a protracted
Notice is l-ereby giv»»n, t tat in pursuance of
A C Southmayd A Potter, real estate agts.
visit to fr.ends in Eastern Oregon, last week.
an order of the County
* (, *' ’ou 1 t of the State ol
Ed Money, real estate agent.
Mrs. J. \L Hanson will leave shortly for
D C Coleman. Wells, Fargo <fc Co’s agent. Oregon, for Washington Coi inty, made al th«
'he east on a visit to her invalid daughter in
H B Summerville, dealer in produce.
August term 1883 thereof, in the matter of
the Guardianship of Lizzie L Brooks, Rachael
8 Potter, hotel and warehouseman.
A B Faulconer. hotel and livery.
A. Brooks and Daisey D. Bi i ooks, minors, and
L. C. Trmer has been visiting relatives in
— Gardner. ORM agent.
to me as Guardian thereof t i 1 rec ted, I will sell
your place, during the past week.
Jack M mill, mail carrier.
at Public Auction on
Clayton Uriah and wife, of the Dalles, are
D W Cox, M I).practicing physician.
OF EVERY KIND, 00 TO
Frlil. a ), iln* Jotti <lu> of Nov. 1883,
the guest of 8. Robertson, near this place.
Morrison & Embree. millers.
m ., at the C nirt House door in
Born, at this place, Nov 2nd, to the wife of
IjilayeUe, Yamhill County, Oregon, for cash
R McKune, Marshal.
I. Nichols, a son. Father doing well.
in hand, all that tract of lar rl situate in Yarn
DC Coleman. Recorder.
John Grumes lost a young Percheron stal
S Potter. Justice of the Peace.
bill County, Oregon and bounded as follow«
lion, last Tnesdav. valued at $500. Death
Prof Hill, school teacher.
to wit: (Commencing at a rake marked L”
vas caused by something like blind staggers
Rev Mclnlire, minister.
3.70 chains South of the con ej- of Sections 2, 3
I Band II, Town 3 South, ! Range I West ;
T. E. Lobin. our enterprisinghnmega mak
All person, take notice that the Promiaorv
Ed. Sherman was arrested and placed in thence South var. 20 deg. 45 inin. 9.06 chains
er. has just received a large order from W. 8. the city jail on Friday night. Saturday he to a stake marked “ C. 8.
[hence East var. Note, hereinafter described are without ron-
Ladd, of Portland. Mr. Lobin's superior A'as taken before the Recorder, plead guilty
| leralion and I will not pay the same
workmanship reccommends him to everyone and wan fined,bat not having the money to 20<ieg. 45 min. to a stake parked “ C, S.
O m for »2 .2 00 payable F ebruary 11, I882j
wanting first class work. He has. through ;>ay his fine, was remanded to jail to serve thence North var. 20 deg. 45min. 9.06 chains O»e lor *2>2.00 pavable February 13, lite»)
■|<»se attention to business, built np a good oat his sentence, he to be kept on bread and Co a stake marke<i “J.;” (hence West 20 one for *232.00 fmyable February 11, 1084;
• hains, to the place of begiebing, containing
trade here. Wm. Edgar, <*na of the finest
one lor »2.12 00 payable February 13, 1885,
morning Marshal Shark 18 and 13-100 acres.
workmen on the coast, is assisting him.
•lie for »’52.00 payable February 13, 1880 .
took some cold tea and a busenit np to feed
L loyd .
the pnaoner. but imagine his surprise on Guardian of Lizzie J. BroAs, Rachael A. All mid notes drawing interest at 10 per rest
finding that " thebird had flown.” Yes: he
i..r annum Raid notes are riyned by me and
Brorjks and Dai sc y D. BroolU, Dii non.
nad taken Lis little knife. wbittle<l a little
payable bl the order of W. 8. Frink, and bear
late Februaiy 13, isso.
Nov. 6. 188J.
• linoj /h ’ In- h ■'< . crawled from under the
I building, and wan gone. We would suggest
October 1, 1SUS.-V— Mwt.
Eggs are worth 35 cents.
Notice hi he-nby given that [pertiew in«kbt<*d
wickets of pr ‘oners, to ascertain whether or
Butter * lling at 40 cents per pound.
■ot he i« locking up a fall npt of carpenter*1 o me mu*t limin' witlefnent »>v the IU <•
1883. A l hiliw
*«ft ed at »h«
<>I h .
Wheat baa advanced to
cent« per bn
me will I«« i !»<*• d in »h«* Imah • <»l un
LL nor tes 'ndelved »o me will n!e««e call
% and « i r iN*f«»rr the 1-r m Movemher
' =4 i If IK *
R. A. Steward has sown 100 acres of wbe
rz«-nc»n find Um lost puckrt •-V, l»»r r< -1^«* ■
MrMinuvif,«*, Det Ii, ie«-i —li| M
oook at this office.
1). I. CORKER,