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Uncle Doe Sitton went to Portland, to-day
correspondent from Sheridan seems The North Yamhill hunting club will leave
to visit his son Charley. UnoleDucis as full to Your
be considerably exercised over the conduct North Yamhill at I o'clock p. in., Nov. 27.—
of fun and talk as ever.
of certain young men during divine service. Each captain with his hunters must be ready E. E. GOICHER. M. D.
Published Every Thursday, at
The boys say we are going to have a calm He should not be too severe in his criticisms. to report the result of the hunt to the com
for a few days, cause Bill Enos has gone to 1 presume it would be impossible for them to mittee at North Yamhill, having all the game
Physician and ^iir^eon
M c M innville
or too N (■orvaHis. But Bill will make up for lost I.-1 -nil : II- • id. B, Ilii> is a ir- C c.untiA iml killed
to bv delivered to the said committee
Any jierson wishing a Fanning Mill will
time when he gets back.
if .votinr nil n Ulsh to attract the attention to be counted by them at 10 o.olock p. m..
Has permanently l.maled in JUr.Vinnville
of the congregation, and if young ladies Nov. 2Mh. Aiamv killed must I m * delivered for the practice of his profession. All calls— please leave their orders with MR. JOHN 8AX
Wash Laughlin Ims 200 bushels of Brown <ditx»se to whisper and giggle loud enough to
or MR. B. F. HARTMAN. The
with hair or feathers on ; all game must be day or night—promptly attended to.
Winter Oats for sale at fii) cents per bushel.
be heard all over the congregation and keep killed pv shooting without having been pre
Office—One door east of Warren A Magers ,
Editor and Proprietor.
Wheat. 90 cents per bushel, dear of sacks
viously trapjied or otherwise tampered with. • ilicc.
and warehouse charges ; eggs, 40 cents | mt time wiah to ba noticed, rind whose business Tile ciub is still taking members and will un
be it ever so foul with wild
MIIMIH PTION RATEA,
doz.. butter, 85oeuts per pound. Who can is it ? I know, some folks think it isn’t be til Saturday. Nov. 24th. The count of game
oats, tame oats or the seeds of any nature and
coming, but what of that ? if it annoys them is as follows : quail 3. pheasant 5, grouse 12.
beat Carlton in prices ?
Y ouknowwho .
lor the market or seed.
let tin ni iciici’n at home.
On« ropy Per vear, in advance.............. 12.50,
snipe 10. rabbit 8, mallard duck 10, wood 8,
As a guaranty of what it will do, I will take
any quantity of wheat with one wild oat in it,
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
duck 8, sprigtail 6. canvas back 8. brant 15.
and will sepaiate the oat from the wheat with
Noy. 19, 1883.
1 brow’ll goose 15. black goose 20, white goose
(Successor to M. Feker,)
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last
50, swan 80. bear 100. elk 500. kilkleer 5, haw k
LYMAN W. SMITH.
Nov. 12,1883. 5. The Hunters' Ball is to be on Nov. 19th. Third St., - -
week a danae fog waa in the valley aboat
Sheridan, but it was clear and bright on the
Fine moon light nights.
instead of the 18th as your correspondent
stated in your last issue,
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
Plenty of mud. now-a-days.
ters, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
L kaveler .
Rev. .John McIntire preached at the chapel
<>t cigars, and the justly celebrated San
every evening last week.
This is tine weather for grass and grain to
Francisco Lager Beer.
Ou; town in again thrown into mourning Zella Cox, Fannie Parrish and C. Cosand
For Laine Baek. Side or Chest use Shiloh’s
The following goods have just been received
for the loss of one of the most loved and re are attending school at the Willamette Uni
Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Rogers
Eggs are 45 cts. ber doz. Wheat, 96 cts per j A >rous
from the maauiactory aud are for sale
spected of our people. Mrs. Elmiua Chris versity, Salem, this winter.
man died at her residence in this place, Capt. Lafollett is re-appointed, bv His Ex
about four o’clock p. in. Sunday, Nov. 18th. cellency, Gov. Z. F. Moody, Notary Public.
Cheaper than Ever Before
Hobson A Edwards have just reveived a
“HACKMETACK,” a lasting and fra gran
You will remember that by the upsetting of
new safe, and of course “the Jesses” can
(Situated at the Depot,)
Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Rog
this State, consisting of
Benton Embree has sold his interest in the sleep ns sound as a brick, aud have no fear perfume.
a hack in which she was a passenger, she had
ers A Todd.
her leg broken and also sustained some oth mill at this place to James Morrison.
of being robbed.
McMinnville, - - Oregon« Earthnn Z»1 ilk I'auu,
er injuries. The surgeons advised immedi Th*- “ Or*jgonian” failed again to come,
ate amputation as the only chance to save last Wednesday. Unless that paper is sent
I.« II, COOK, Prop.
J. T. Smith, of the firm of Smith A Hay
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath
her life, but that course was objected to.— regularly, as others are, their long list of worth, has bought his partner's interest and
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, Price
The leg was set and so remained until the M.bscrils is will grow beautifully less.
is running the business alone.
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold bv Rogers rpiHS HOTEL IS FIRST-CLASS in every pnr-
14th. when the operation was ¡»ermitted;
A- ticular, being furnished with all modern
but too late, if indeed it would have saved
Bom—Nov. 12, to the wife of R. Jacob
Rev. Jesse Edwards has placed a picket dt Todd.
appliances, and setting before its guests only and a largo variety of Fancy Glassware and
fence around his yard.
lier life. She lingered until Sunday, when son, a son.
tlie best the market affords.
she expired. She was in her 70th year, and
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and I Sample-room for the especial accommodation
Dnnn.iftller has rented the farm Messenger The Society of Friends are having a new
a pioneer of ’52. “ Grandma” Chrisman, so
dressing room and wood-shed built, at their
II*. O. Palmer'*,
motherly, so good and kind, will be sadly and Umphlct bad of J. F. Bewley.
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
missed here by all who knew her. She died
Opposite Bingham’s Furniluie Store, McMinn-
“ Hurraw, whoopee, you bet,” Harrison
Remember the place - at the depot.
with a firm belief in a Savior and the resur Foster has built just a litlle the neatest side Miss Lillie Smith is sick with a severe
rection. Her remains were interred in the walk i.i front or his roaidenM and Cap! Cold.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
Masonic cemetery, oi* the Johnson farm.— Lafollett's office, in town.
Ed Jones' little child is down with a mild
Rev. Hoberg preached a touching funeral
edy for you. Sold by Rogers A* Todd.
J.ast Tuesday complaint was made by Jas. form of diphtheria.
sermon over her.
Barkley ag unst two Indians, for stealing
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos “ lien’me yer knife, pipeau’ tobaccy, an’
Quite a number of visitors here during bridles ; warrant was issued and they were Dayton ami Lafayette last week, engaged iq
the week, many of them being Mrs. Chris brought before His Honor, S. Potter, plead the temperance work, and report good suc itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker fumble yer pocket fer a match while I load the
Sold by Rogers & Todd.
man’s children, who came at the first news
dudeen.” Which beiug interpreted,mean» that
of the accident and remained until the last o'clock Wednesday morning. Court met
pursuant to adjournment and waited until
2 H. WELCH
Joseph Everest has organized a writing
Kid rites were ended.
after ten o'cl«K*k, and no prosecuting witness school at the Newberg school house, and will BUSINESS Jt PROFESSIONAL Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars,
.Mrs. Dellie Klosterman is up on a visit. appearing, the Indians were discharged and give the first lesson next Friday evening.
Tobacco, Candy and Notions winch he propos WATCHES;
hearty ns possible. Mrs. Wilson. said prosecuting witness taxed with the
es to sell as low as is consistent with the
The roads between here aud Middletoll are
sister of Mrs. J. H. Olds, and daugber, spent ousts.
law of live-and-lel-live. And having set up a
in a bad condition, and we wonder why the
g few days at Olds’ hotel, visiting.
W. II. KOI'II, VI. II ,
More fruit trees and berry bushes are be supervisor isn’t around trying to fix thi in.
Is prepared to do slashing aud grubbing with
Ben Lewi4 dropped in to say howdv, and ing planted in this section, this year, than
pop an<l oranges for sale under the Pho
S. Brutscher has put a new roof on the
Turn Jellison, of Amity, also looked in for a ever before in one year.
-I.*I |>11 Of Ills li;u )i.
tograph Gallerv at McMinnxille.
n the Brick Store, corner 3d and Jefferson St’f
few moments ; and last, but not least, came S. Hyde, while out hunting, last week. fell,
Riley Smith has rented the Hurky place
8chcx 1 Superintendent, L. H. Baker—all off of a log. struck his head against a rmit
welcome visitors, indeed.
and cut an ugly gash above his left eye and and a part of Mrs. Deskin's place.
Dr. Bovd has received a full lino of Pure
hurt the side of his head so that he had to
A. J. Winters has rented the Tolston plpce. Fresh Drugs direct Iroru first hands fur the
Mrs. Joe Mattey has gone on a trip to her stop work several days.
benefit of his patrons.
old home. 1 did not learn how long she is
bing a Speeially.
The men growl, the women scold, the ba
A large drove of cattie passed through bies cry, and still those mud holes are not
to be gone, probably until spring.
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
here, last week, sold by Messrs. Kuykendall tilled up.
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
A. I» HOWARD, il I».
While at Carlton, the other day, 1 mef I. and Ed. Lamson to Mr. Boo ten.
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
Dickey h is quit coming down the moun
C. Robison, of Amity, on his way back from
has trimmed and tain since Miss H. has left.
lumber and woo«l shed.
the pioneer excursion. The pioneers don't cleaned up the grove of timber between his
Physician aud Surgeon,
seem to stay long at their old homes.
Born, Nov. 4th. 1883. to the wife of Riley
house and the mill. The citizens ou the
Smith, a di ughter, weight, 71-^ pounds. The
fine Hacks and Buggies, made
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
Miss Kate Olds had a bi f th-day party last “ Uncle Biily” for giving fbepi a splendid mother and child doing well—the father is
from the best material and best workmanship.
Wednesday, a sort, of a joint affair with her ' view
attention given to diseases of Women ami
trimming done to order.
uncle, &I. Olds, whose nativity hapjiens on «8 proper t j say that Mr. Chapman has the
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
GeneraT Blacksmith and Repairer.
the same day of the mouth with Kates, lie neatest, cleanest, best arranged and most el-
Last Saturday we had a very good time at T'eridance—* t Mrs. Talmage’s.
Horse-shoe.ng a socially.
beiug nineteen and she sixty-nine. I didn’t
Agricultural meeting, there being no
surr mndings in and about his resi the
programme prepared, several subjects were
think that Kate was so old, did you ? But egfUit
maybe I am mistaken ; perhaps it is the oth
8. D an .
programme has been prepared for next meet
er way. But then, why did she invite only in Yamhill c<mnty.
ing. Dec. 8th.
old folks, and leave all us young fellows out ?
I guess the first statement, is correct. The
RPISIA A HIM.II Ail
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
cake was good, anyway : and Ella Barker
Nov. 17, 1883.
public to his new and fine stock of
»¡Horney» ut ¡.ate
h.tv". " Kat? iii.ul*' it all by her ownself.”
Th? uoldest inhabitant” says this is n
beautiful lull for Oregon.
That was a pretty good thump you gave
My item.* did not make their appear
DR70S, SIATIONEHY, PATENT fcEDI-
“ How dues your plow scour ?” is the usual in the pajicr last week. 1 Cause—they did
the Judge last week on free trade. And, in
Office of Geo. G- Bingham, Notary Public
CINES, rJTLEEY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
addition, yon might ask him to explain how question. Well, it scours about like a har not get here until Friday.—E d . j
<»ue door West of Furniture Store,
it is that the “ thieving tariff ” makes pig row tooth afoul of a swad of defunct bind Mrs Amy
iron $20 only per ton at protective Pittsburg
while it is $35 in frea f ra de England. Also,
A tt ’ y at L aw < fc N otary P ub U
Prescriptions carefully compounded and
why calico that can bo bought for five cents in this neighborhood. Monroe
Miss id: Mo«»re, . __
in New York, costs nearly ¿oven cents in hand.
been down visiting old friends, the past
Bnciness Promptly Attended to.
London, Come, Judge, give u«» ituhio more
on the evils of protection and the misery it
We hear of petty stealings on the “ bor-
|kFFI<'E. One Door 1'ist ol Pest Office,
E. H. Woodward and family ore visiting
produces ! For instance : flour is about f 7 iler of o ir land.” Benton's shed-rooting
per barrel in protected New York, aud about left nqgijarded out on th?beaver-dam,seems 11 lend« IMM i Dayton.
»8.50 in free trade London. Oh ! what a to have venished mysteriously. Garden
Dr. Mem horn, of the Grove, will lecture JOHNSON’S BRICK,
robbery is protection .'
N at .
vegetables are Epirited away from a garden here next Sunday at 3 p. m., on the Indian
W. A. FENTON
in Gopher Valley. We will not particular question. All are invited.
ize, further till we learn whether any prose
The Purest Wines and Liquors kept constant
cutions will be attempted or not.
and Shor ¡Maker,
Nov. 20. 1883.
ly on hand. Cigars of the best brands and on? Hoot
1 did not learn the cause.
of the best Billiard Tables in the 8tate, fount!
Pollard ih making considerable improve-
KIII.IKI l> A N, ORHdlL
Health of neighborhood improving.
nient in his dwelling. Johnny Arthur, of I Friday night.
The Good Templars of this place will give Bellevue, s the architect.
an oyster supper ¡it their hall, next Friday
The li nest stock of Roots. Simes, Rubbers,
Wilson has a field of June wheat that week, as Win. Day, onr old stand-by, was
Etc, m Yamhill County
, looks nice enough.
Frank Holdredge who formerly lived in
CHEAP FOR CASH.
this neighborhood, died in the
asy Uncle Luke Booth, of Willamina, found a
Born. Nov. 15th. to the wife of Janies
.1. < COOPER Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
white wood rat marauding on his premises, Holston, a daughter. 1 tell you Jimmie just
lum at Salem, last week.
Notire Io <11 Parlies.
tfiis fall- He captured the animal and has steps around like a young lad.
All work and goods warranted.
Miss Mollie Steele, of Forest Grove, is here the skip stuffed»
All parties are hereby notified not. to trespass
About 20 of our young folks had a surprise
upon my premises from ami after this date, and
Charley Pollard, a lad of alwmt 8 years of
all foiiml tr<- pa jmg wdl be prosecuted to th
Dr. Mills has been very low with heart age. lately loaded his father’s pistol, and party at N. 8. Wiley's, last Wednedav even
fullent extent of the law.
disease the past few day»?, hut is improving! while maneuvering with it accidentally dis
midnight and went home to dream of the
at present. Dr Calbreath aHended him.
W. T. N kwit .
charged it in the houae. Nobody hurt.— ph . -.»TH i nil? 11.- \ had had - p. cially lh<
McMinnville, Aug. 23, 1883—ml
A. L. Aiderman, who went east with th? Next r
young fellow that tried to make a wagon
pioneer excursion party, returned ono dav D. M. Cave preached at the Highland wheel of himself and gut tangled in the
last week. He visited his old home in Midi ( sabopl house on Sunday last. At the close spokes.
011,1«, WILK! WILK!!
1 have all the field notes Week
igan, and reports having bad.a very pleasant of theserruon quite a number expressed
Th? Band of Hope yesterday was attended
The und?ruign?d wishes to inform the peo
themselves as anxious for a revival of relig- principally bv th? children, and they had a
Yamhill county. and am
ple <>l McMinnville that he is running a A/ilk
prepared to do First-Clas?
J. M. Hanson and wife will leave for their • ion and religious e-yerciws. It was thought good meeting. That's right, young folks ;
from his farm to town and furnishing
best to make un effort to revive our Sunday go right along and let it l>e said that we have
work on short notice and
old home in the east in a few days.
Corner Commercial and Trade St«.,
th» best ol milk at the must reasonable rate».—■
School, which was announced to meet fu-r a good Band of Hope here, even if the old L ight S olar T ransit . reasonable ternt».
Th? steamer Orient has again l»een piaoed morrow at 11 o'clock.
OREGON. Those wishing to I m * supplied with the article
folks don't take a part.
TWOV, *. v.
on the route between this place and Pori
at mice can do so by leaymg orders at the I’oai-
Carlisle, of Willamina, has been suffering
Satisfaction Guaruntc« <1.
severely lately from a wound received in the
h . a. i.irri kfikld ,
J. V. CAI.BHEATH,
Two of uur Diouf prominent citizens in Indian war of ’55. Ever since the wound
dulged in a pugilistic “set-to” last Wednes first healed until recently—a period of near
day evening ; one round was fought and the 30 years—it seemed sound, and save a slight
match declared a draw—no on« hurt.
ly ims-shaped foot, the burly volunteer tho’t
Sheriff Collard was in town one day last
Under Odd t el low»’ Hall,
Messrs. Johnson and Bryant,of Lafayette, himself as good a man as ever.
Just opened on
paid our burg a dying visit, one day last
Mrs. Morris, of the Grove, i» up offering Phj
her property for side.
two Doors East oi
NoY. 14» 1883.
Mr. Rossner’s children, who were reported
Rev. T. L. Jones, of Oregon City. »taid in
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
as having the diphtheria last week, are get
[CROWD*» OUT LA«T WM£K. I
town one night last week.
M IK.I.Kl A MM-.CIAI.I ».
ting along nicely.
We have since learned
How we do miss Aunt Sally! As no one has
('. E. b* i-al. th.• >.ibuilder« I -.- been
that the report was false and that a sever? come forward to take her place, I will juul
The Einest Win?», Liquors and Cigars kept Mc.Hiuiiville,
cold was mistaken for diphtheria. No new drop you a line or two that you may know
constantly on hand.
cases are reported.
Win. Meaner is building a new barn and
Aunty is all O- K,
TNotioe This I
Our city election last Monday pasae«! off To b? nru there are aone oomplainta about woodahed on his lot,
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
very quietly. Following ticket was elected •• bard times,” ’‘aeafoity of money.” etc., yet
Monta Stewart has bought another lot in VFJr<>TIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
' hange fi>r country pioduce. Call and
Trustees, B. E. Harris, C. W. Powell. T. E. most everybody seems cheerful ana happy. I town of W. B. Rice.
Money to loan on good r?al estat? -■ •» uri-
examine goote and price«.
Laban. Wm. Logan and I- Nichols; Record
Our town is improving ; several new hogs-1 J. D. Edwarda is improving the look« <.!
Feb. 21, I ^82-2tf.
er. B. F. Morse : Marshal. J. B. Gardner.
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
I s now prepared to furnish music for Pio-Nir*
L loyd .
C 'elebraiion-, etc., on short notice and at rea
Mr. McBartun are each building residences
Mrs. Fa.inie Renfro returned last week
sonable n«t<». Add re*«
Hl I KM I OH MALE.
!.« r three months’ vi»it east of the mta.
A. X. II. UNVt Zlt« Ix? ad er.
Onr * h m >I is prospering under the man
Nov. 19. 188.Î.
McMinn vide, Oregon.
Ti e undei ign -1 I. hh for eafe a lot of large,
agement <»f Prot. Hartaon. with Mrs. Hart- East, where be baa been studying law.
high grad? b anteh Merino Buck», which can
i’arltnu is improving.
son an assistant.
i»»> I ih < i at g( * «1 bargains by apply irg to or ad
. The house formerly used as a hotel is lx -
DAÌ TOV MALO4IN.
We have in ogr town an ¿toromplwhed
*ng tilted up for a dwelling, to be occupied music teacher—Mis« Maddox, She has. at
Wm. Busby, of this place, run a foot race
I’roprlrtor 2! m3.
»>y Mr. Peckham.
Oregon. FBAWR GILTRRR«
present about twenty-five pupils, only e*gh», , nt Forect < trove, yesterday, fo- $10 aside M’Minnville,
The new building of Peter Thompson is however, at this place, the remainder being • | beating hi 4 man 13 feet. Close race.
The liest Virami» of Li pion, Wins» and Ci •
about completed, atnl will be used by Black at Dallas where she spends (»art of each week, i
gars kept for «ate. When you gì- to Day tot
All or i-r prurn|>tly filled.
There is to l»e ajrotting »ace between hor-
burn Peckham as an agricultural house. I
call aud ms * E ank.
Our churches are well filled and th? Sun-
belonging to Thos. Htevenaon and T. B.
Uncle Jim Caldwell is building a neat lit daw scbo<»l and Band of Hop? seem to tie Nelson, lx tw??n Emmet Olds’ and th? Mer
I or «tchool house, next Thursday,
- 2 miles,
tie house, and when he gives it a c*»at of pru«penng.
' $50 a side.
paint it will help the looks of that part of
Th? Oond Templars ar? “Holding th?
Fort” with th? following otfiesrs for lb? ?n -1 Frank Linville, while unloading bridge
I lli'. ilAi.^T WAWKB PHINOLW
Mr. Kutch. of this place, sold several head 1 suing term : J I' Kuhl?. W C T : Ellen fvm- timbers let a stick fill info the water, which
. ver mad? in this section are now being man*
dets. W V I': Mrs. Henderson. W FH: E II
th? t?nm. and darting forward the
beef cattle this week, at 4 cents, grom.
Haa returned t/» hte old 4and- up «taira in
Henderson. W T; Bach' I Button. W M :
wa* thrown from th? wagon and th**
mondi’building--with a n?w «■•|iiipm?ht
Mrs. Dills Mesner. of Washington county, Prof H.irtenn W D M ; M Henderson. W O driver
team ran off. Damage slight,
daughter *»f Grandma I Hds. has been visit (i : J. MeKnne. W I G . Mrs. McKnn?. W C ;
Th? Iar<j<*st rutabaga tnmipa w? ever aaw
ing with relatives for spveml days.
i Mi«S Henderwon. W RS; Mr«. Morrow. W
ar? at th? punt »»ffi«*. They w*-u#h 1* ponmte
» hear» a» tin* ' he;*|*?*t and goo*I as the best.
Th? Dalles. w»*r , | L S ; KB Putman L D.
C. B. Taylor and wife, ot
Picture* <»t all Kind**. I fxiok al them.
ertch ; ata» a >*|UHMh weighing
*,all«d down bv th? death of her father. Un-
Ji* Ru?l t Hds. ChorteygnM home, to-day;,
Inquirer»! r. W. REDMOND, Agent, al
From a «mali «ite tin-type to a large t'abinel
of rain. If any one can beat thiaJ
but Mrq. Tavlor will remain sum? time with, «lore in tn? place lately ofttopiftd by Rollins a let drop
M< Minn ville, or of
¡’lea*? give me a call.
MILLER A BOWERS.
her bo «
THE HOLMAN FAN
NO. 1 SALOON.
Crockery, Crockery !
T. C. STEPHENS,
JEWELER & ENGRAVER.
FRANK A. HILL,
NEW BILLIARD HALL
DR. E HOWELL
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable.
Littlefield & Calbreath,
BOSS SALOON, New Grocery and Provision Store
Custer Post Band,
Sxiin-;los, Shingles !
Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill.