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McMlHU VILLE. OREGON, NOV. 15,1333.
Republican politiciaiiH claim that the
deniocratH are the i'rieudH of wliiakey.
Well, why dou’t you deny it 1
All exeliaiiKe Haya “ the republican
party uniat go, becanae it’x a protec
tionist.” It’a a luiatake ; that isn’t it .
It’d because the democratic party wants
to go to lied.
Protection is robbery. The prudent
will lock their doors ami protect their
houses with all manner of burglar
alarms and rob the poor (foreign)
tramps of many a free (trade) meal.
Before we had any tariff, wheat was
30 cents per bushel, oats 10 cents, but
ter 5 cents a pound, eggs 3 cents a doz
en, wages of farm hands
whisky 10 cents a gallon, ami women
spun and wove their own dresses and
the men’s clothes. Oh, for the good
old days of free trade! We can’t stand
The B est Side, of Independence, is
on our our table, a bright, spicy, newsy
little sheet, with .1. II. Stine as pub
lisher ami proprietor. In typographi
cal appearance it is a model of neat
ness: has a good list of advertisers,
and we dare say with a careful man
agement will prove a success. Here's
our ’ tf , Bro Stine.
‘•Senator McDonald said in his great
speech at Des Moines, Iowa, “ then
are many poor men in the State oi
Iowa wlm are paying more taxes inti
the I’liited States treasury than .la)
Gould or Vanderbilt, under our tn lit
Yes, or Samuel J. Tilden, either.—
Butthen these Iowa people arc alwayi
patriotic. It’s real mean, though, fo
Mr. to kick Samuel J. on the bliiu:
side, that way.
The Standard wants to know “ wlm
in thunder ‘ nasal shades of Yamhill'
means. Well, “ classic shades” mean-,
or pertains to authors of high rank ami
deep obscurity. Yamhill has the ail •
thors that have the “obscurity” but
not the “ high rank,” and as our coun
ty miule is pronounced with a nasal
twang, and some dude reporters thin .
that the Yamhill authors and ora
tors are only a cross between pioneers
and Missourians, that speak with a
backwoods drawl, it's a logical conclu
sion to call it “ nasal shades;” don't it 1
TH UIKMIIVIXI; 1*110« I. I U ITION.
The President of the I’liited States
II.i : issued the following:
lii furtlieram e of a custom of this
people, at the close of each year, to ell-
gage, upon a day set apart forthat pm
pose. Ill a special festival of praise to
the giver of all, I t'hestei A. Arthur,
President of the I ’lilted States, do here
by designate Thursday, the 2‘Jth day
of November next, as allay of National
Thanksgiving. The year which isdraw
ing to an end has been replete with
ci idence of dii ine goodness. The pre
valence of health, fullness id' harvest,
stability of peace and ordii ; growth oi
fraternal feeling, spreadof intelligent e
civil and religious liberty—all these
and countless other blessings, are cas
es for revi rent rejoicing. I do, there
tore, reeommend that on the day above
im ntioned the people rest from their
several places of worship, express their
devout gratitude to God, that he bath
dealt so bountifully with this Nation,
and pray ing that his grace and favor
abide with it forever.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
the uudersigneil will please call and settle.—
All accounts not settled by the 1st of Novem
ber next will be placed in the hands of a col
lector for collection.
D. W. COX.
Sheridan, Sept. Io. 1883—m2.
S alem , N ov . 5, ltss3.
In accordance w ith along established
custom, and in conformance with tlm
recommendation of the President o
the United ■'tates. I. Z. I'. Moody, Gov
ernor of the State of Oregon, would
recomim nd that Thursday, the 2llth
day of November, 1SN3, lie observed
liy all citizens of the State as a (lav of
linóse and thanksgiving to the Supremi
Ruler of the universe for the many
blessings vouchsafed to us during the
past year, and would further recom
mend that all secular pursuits lie sus
pended upon that day, and that our
prillile resort to their respective places
of worship for tin- purpose herein sit
foi l II.
Witness my hand and tin- great seal
of the State hereto attached this 5ta
day of November, A. D. 1SS3.
Z. F. M oody ,
R, P. E arhart ,
Secretary of State.
C ampaign F unds .—Many democrats
are advocating the use of money for
campaign purposes, and we presume
that the necessary “committees” will
l>e around befon* long promising post
offices. clerkships ami other minor po
sitions to the gullable members of tin
party, providing they will put up so
much ready cash to carry on the presi
dential campaign. We don't suppose
that auy of them ask our advice or v ill
accept it when offered ; but we are go
ing to suggest that if any of themn il
ly want an otlice badly enough to buy
one, that they go to those who hive
the article for sale; see that you get
the giMdls when you pay the mom* .-
Democratic newspapers snj that rep il -
lican office holders an" the most < >■
lilpt via : i o llie Inee of the < ii tl
If t is * tlii ia-e i democrat may < is
Sit down and read this, and common sense will tell you that any merchant who gj.
vertices with a spirit of malice,
Cannot be Trusted.
Sappington & Laughlin
It is “ nonsense and humbugging to blow and try to blind people about good goods,
I claim to have
as any other storekeeper, and not anv better. They all come from the SAME FACTORIES, but
Would call the attention of the Farmers of every merchant has to keep different qualities ot goods to suit his ti.iide.
or ins aiici .1 a man wishes io pur.
Yamhill and Washington Counties, to the fact
that they Lave the agency ter some of the Les chase a suit of clothes for $12 he doesn’t want a suit of clothes lor $3 >, am so nee veisa.
makes of Farm Machinery, among which
they may mention the
Why, it is Ridiculous to say
| keep good goods, and therefore can’t sell them as
CHEAP AS MY NEIGHBORS.
WA1KKIOK MO Will«,
The Westinghouse Thresher,
as every child that goes to school knows better than that.
ALL GOODS that I advertise in our Local Paper, the “ Oregon Register’, and ‘‘Dayton Free Press,”
Always to be Found in Stock
In fact all kinds of Farm Machinery.
and not “just out of them.”
TOO Til I X
Furthermore, I will say that I am buying my goods
Hardware, Crockeryware, Grocer
Poslotfice, »Variti Vamhtl .
Strictly lor Cash, at Bedrock Figures, and Discount my Bills;
therefore, I can make a REASONABLE PROFIT and still sell goods for LESS MONEY than ‘.hose storekeep
ers do that are buying on time and leave the wholesale houses and manufacturers wait from 12 to 24 months for
their money. In the first place, they can’t expect to buy as cheap as the mail who buys 1' OR CASH, and in the
Charge Interest after four or six Months
These are all Facts that I am Willing to Prove.
Keiiiember that H. Fisher
Notice is hereby given that bids will be n-
eeiyed at the office of the City Recorder »t
McMinnville, Oregon, until the 19th day >1
November, 188.3, for the contract oi ditching
Ordinance No. 22 required to be done, on ti e
East side of Block 18 in Jonns’ addition to tl e
Town ot McMinnville, and for 100 feet on the
East side oi Block 14 of saiil Town. Relerei. le
is made to said Ordinance for the manner of
making said improvements. The right to te-
ject anv and all bids is reserved.
J. 8. MARTIN,
Nov. 8, 1883—3511.
In the elections that occurred in the
Eastern and southern States, last week.
Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska
and Pennsylvania went republican by
good majorities, while New York. New
Jersey, Maryland, Mississippi and Vir
ginia went democratic. In New Yoik,
however, the republicans have a neat
working majority of the legislature
ami elected their secretary of state by
about 10,000 majority; ami though
tlu> democrats elected the balance ot
the state ticket, they were, really, de
feated, as the state was conceded to
them by 50.00«» to 100.000 majiuity.
We see nothing in the present out
look to indicate that “ the Republicans
must go,” the ttryisternnd Standard to
the contrary not withstanding.
Farm Machinery! LOOK HERE!
second place the wholesale houses will
Before the tal lii'was fixed on cut nails
ive were i uponing them from England
at 25 cents a pound. A duty of 5 cents
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, I
a pound made such a competition be
whenever the account becomes due. I will add that I devote my Il’/fO/’ »attention to the Dry Goods and
Dec. 23, 188.3. f
tween home manufuctureis that nails
C'lotbii'g trade, and everything pertaining to it, and leave all other outside business alone.
sold for 2*2 cents a pound in ls7(>—
named sett er has filed notice of his in ten lit n
just om -half the duty .
to make final proof in support of his claim
and that said proof will be made before ti e
County Clerk of Tillamook County, at Tilla
1 don’t propose ro have my goods lie on the shelves for years. Whatever old goods remain over by the 1st
mook. Oregon, on Monday. Dec. .3, 1883, vi; •
William G. Kelso, Homestead Entry No. 3,1 ’V
tt. (AMIViìtlMii .U. t< lor Lot 9 of Sec 25 and Lot 12 of Sec 26, T I < of January will be thrown into THIRD STREET LAKE, instead of letting moths get a hold of them, as has
been the ease in oilier Mores, here.
R 10 W.
FORMERLY of Chicago, III., has locate I
lie names the following witnesses to prove
permanently in McMinnville« Will make
a specialty of Chronic and Surgical Diseas«?, his continuous residence upon and cultivatii i
mieli as Diseases of Women, ('ross Eyes, Pile*. oi said laud, viz. : John Day, .James Squirts.
Fistula, Tumors, Etc. May be found at Cen E 1* Olds and W T Newcomb, all of Tillamo« k
Tillamook county, Oregon.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
One of the most shocking murders t >
our know lege oecured on Saturday,
Nov. 3rd, nt one o'clock r. M., six miles
southeast of Albany, Oregon, on the
Brownsville road. A youth 15 yeais
of age, grandson of Mr. .1. .1. mid Mrs.
Jennet Finlayson, brutally murdered
the latter by stabbing her twenty-live
times with a common pocket knife, ami
horribly mangling ami crushing her
head with an ax, during the absence of
her husband. After committing the
bloody deed, he took what money there
The undersigned will sell,at Public Auction,
was in the house, ami left for parts uu at the farm of
known, and since that time has uot
been heard of.
deceased, in Happy Valley, on
The Oregonian can change to more
tides of the prohibition, license, liquor
question than a chameleon has colors
to his skiu. In one issue it knocks the
whisky element “ sky west ami crook
ed," causing them to have to double
their Hcense fee by threatening them
with prohibition, and throws open its
columns to fanatical prohibitionists.—
Then if a prohibitionist raises his head
to help on the tight, he is “out of or
der ;” that he is in advance of public
sentiment, and prohibition cannot be
enforced. Is it the kind of toddy the
barkeep mixes on him or the number
of “ fingers" the editor lias “ chamber
ed" that makes him act so?
FACTS ARE FACTS AND SPEAK
LOUDER THAN WORDS.
Saturday, Nov. *J4, lss:i,
First-Class Dry Goods and Clothing House,
McCarter & Aiderman,
ami is receiving goods every day and has always a FINE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS in stock. Farmers of
Yamhill County, I am prepared to do an Extensive Credit Business this year in my line, anti all
those that are responsible for the debts they con tract '■'M tind it o their advantage to buy their DRY
GOODS AND CLOTHING of H. FISHER, as you will SAVE from ‘25 ti 40 percent, in purchasing your goods
MONEY SAVED IS MONE’r MADE-
You will tind every week my G oods and P rices advertised .
Very Respectfully Yours,
i : r *
Iloosier Hay Hakes,
What we Believe !
’WTagons and Buggies
There is no question about it:
B. F. HARTMAN'S
at 11 o’clock a. rn., the following described
¡Real Estate Agents
Warren, Magers & Frink.
M c M innville ,
Grain, Grass and Stock Farms
In Yamhill and Polk i-oiintics For
Nnle on Itcnsonable I'erius.
is the place to buy GOOD GOODS. No humbugging or blowing about SAW MILLS,
of goods of any kind for less than half what they can be made
simply nonsense, and is only done to get you in their stores
TEN HEAD of FAT CALVES,
Carrla^ftt anti lllarl.xniith
CITY LOTS AND
to find them “just out” ot the goods advertised at less than half value, or
TWELVE HEAD FAT HOGS,
io show you an article too worthless for any use, with the hope of selling
Parties desiring to purchase »howH
you (heir goods at big prices. Talk is cheap, and so are all kinds of goods', cull and see un or write for circular»
SIX HFAO STOCK HOGS,
and when you want to buy
two giving milk and several of them farrow
all kinds of
three Horses, one Colt« Wagon. liar
iiess, Plow, HurroW, one .Middle,
340 Bushels Oats. 10 Tons Hay,
lx st quality
a specialty. *
At Amity, Or.
1 ou cannot do better than to buy them of
and other articles too numerous to mention.
C. C. BINCHAM,
Nov lo. 1883--3M2
Good, Durable Goods,
B. F. HARTMAN.
Grand Masquerade Ball.
I have just received a fine lot of
Fall ami Winter
Ladies will lind all kinds ot Latest style Cloaks, Dolmans, Ulsters and
II raps, Dress Goods, Silk Lace, Mull, Bobonett, Darn-JVit Ties, and every
thing pertaining to Ladies’ H'ardrobe.
All kinds of Dry Goods, and any and everything in Gents’ Furnish
Also, Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Hardware and is SOLE
A Grand Masquerade Ball will be given by
Cluster Post, G. A. H.
G. L. PARKER.
J. C. COOPER
D. II. Tl'RNER,
A. L. SAYLOR.
A I . NEW«. \R|>.
Ou Supper. J
J. W. GAULT,
J. A. PECKHAM
J. R. GARDNER.
J. C. COOPER.
the best on the coast.
Also, Farming Implements cf all kinds, al) for ths lowest prices.
Also, remember 10 percent, discount is given for cash.
Call anil met liim
Embroidery, E* o.
‘— Without Supper. ♦ .a
Plea?-' call and examine Geode before
- n.' ‘I**where.
V mr» Respectfully.
Sale of Personal Properly.
ROGERS A TODE.
[Successors to W. B. Turner,]
Drug«, f hi’inical», Patent viedici»**
Perfumery, Fine Toilet Article*
Soaps, Combs, lfair. Tooth »■<*
Cloth Hrushes. Rponges. Tru«***
Shoulder llraees and ail Dm«***’
Notice is I ereby given, that in pursuance cf
OTICE ¡s hereby given that by virtue of
an Act of the
i’lature of the State ot
‘!xon. approve«! October 2lst. 1878. entitle«! an I order of the County Court of
T E. LOB AN.
M a NACFHM
T \YI.OR M Kh’l*
J. M KE 1A
R II HARRKON
CITY DRUG STORE
Third Street, McMinnville.
Thanksgiving Evening. Nov. 29. '83.
J. A. PECKHAM,
G. L. PARKER.
p- W' TODD'
J. L. ROGERS.
«■« mi unni s;
A farm of .360 acres, 7 miles south west of
McMinnville, Or.; 206, acres in cultivation,W
more easily fitted for the plow; 100 acre» tim
ber and pasture, good buildings, orchard and
plenty of small fruits, house and barn
supplied by pipes with running water. Soil
excellent; no waste land ; lies on county road
in an old settled neighborhood, with school and
church close by. Price $23.00 per acre. En-
quire of WARREN, MAGERS A FRINK,
Real Estate Agents.
•• An Act to provide tor Lien-* tor Laborers. .
Common Carrier» ami other persons on Per-
mhih I Property." I w ill mc II at public auction
to the highest bidder, for ca«li in hand.on the
farm of .1 W. Cow ie*», near McMinnville. Yarn
bill Couftty, Oregon,and on the
I 7 1 la day of November. 18S3.
at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of
<ai>l day. the following described personal
P»<»perty. belonging to Newby Beary: About
IB hea«l of stock «ht*vp and about 100 pounds
of wool, or so much thereof a* will be suffl-
«it nt to satiety in , lien against the same for
pa*tum'4v of saitl sheep, amounting in all :o
al*nt *28 and the costs Of this notice an«I »ale
ot -ai«l personal properly
J. L. SPARKS.
Oct. 23, 1883 32t 4.
the State of
A full line of
Oregon, for Washington County, made at the
Augurt term 1883 thereof, in the matter of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Bruahes and Sail
toe (.“anlianship of Liuie .1. Brooks, Rachj.l
A. Broikt« airi paisev D. Br«M>k?, minors, aud
to me as Guardian thereof directed, I will sell The Purest liquors for Meow***1
at Public Auction on
Friday, ibe doth day of N.v. 1883,
at one o’clock r. ... at the Court Honse door in
Lafayette. Vsuibill County. Oregon, lor essh
in band, all that tract of laud situate in Yam
hill Countv, Oregon, and bounded as follows
<"_wit: Commencing at a slake marked ■' L"
->.o* chains South of the corner of Sections 2 3
1« and II. Town 3 South. Rauge 4 West ■
thence South var 2il deg. 4j min. ».0« chain,
to a slake marked " C. 8.thence Ea«t var
Jtraira Hitrkn iur .\ale !
20'leg. 45 inin to a stake marked “C 8
thence North var. 20 deg. 45 min. 9.(ta chains
'TMIB undersigned has for sale six head of to» -take marked “J.;" thence West 20
I fu.’I t«l«»od Divora Hucks that he
wi lies odi«|*o«eof. Price, fio per liead.-
°f bel«“n‘”g' containing
18 and 1.3-100 acres.
I’hey can I»e seen at Davton. Oregon.
V K WILLOH KSON.
, , . . . c w hansom ,
Guardian of ^iM,e ,T. Brooks. Itachael A.
Brook, and Dairey D. Brooks, minors.
The Best Brands of Cigar* Co«”
stantly on Hand.
The largest aud best stock of
Everbmugnt to Yamhill Couoiy-
■ N NTATIONf.HY
we «ball carry a full line, consisting "«
of the Ix-sl quality,. Envelopes of «he 1*
and neatest styles, etc.
Special attention is railed to our 1
and Photograph and Autograph Albums.
Phy.t< inn-- Prescription*
ly H.-cip.-. f arrlnlly « -.nip»»"*"
at all hours—day or night.
We W"»nM most respectfully
LI. nettes n«!rMed to ine will please call
this publics pal<5>nage, hoping by
AN he found at hH office or Ç street lie. •nd strict attention to business to mer>
* IrM and Second, when nor ataent same.
ROGERS i T’w
Mi Mi tn ville, Oct. 25 -wl.
on pro! •’Wional business.