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I’oor Il<-!atid rv:is mudo rm-.?.i ■ 1> A. IL Piar-
the snppresnionof her lmuii'.I;
r.'< ■ ti.
satisfy British greed. In ’’ : r.'il.e;.
wi.-. fairly prosperous, bn, was tt:. :-
tied into ire, tiade . y Cu'.K.ctr. W: re
is elm now ? Jap.i i i.. in
ling condition. Tl.e British navy 1-
present pointing its gunr toward- t.i r.
failing empire which is lasr i >..i::g it
wealth on :■.< count of a d• <•<•):ti vo 1 eaty.
LI TO T !
Sit l1own "u d roa'’ t,liF’ a"ll.comnBon 5cnso wil1 ,el1 y,,u tl,at any merchant
Cun Americans forget the f»ct tl...
their ta< toric> were at out) time de
vertises with a spirit of malice,
clared a nuisance? Their *<>ol and Drugs,
iron manufactories discoveie 1 and sup-
Cixmiot be Trusted.
Pt i ten t Medici.n es,
pres.scd, and that even.the p r atfng of
the Bilile in America was forbiden .
r ’. ,k ro’tsor.se and humbugging to blow and try to blind people about good goods.” I claim to hav
The elder Pitt said:—“The colonic.-.
Tobacco and Cigars,
ought not to be perniitt id to maki
even it hobnail.”
S uill Britain gain by Au .et ict;n ballot School Books,
i- v other sti r keeper, and not any b< :.er. They i ll come from the JsAiVIE
what she could not. get by- British bul
. :.iu h
.o keen dib'i.-rent qua ti< oi goods to suit his trnde. Foi instance : it a man wishesi’^
let aud bayonets ?
suit of clothes for IH2 he doesn’t want a suit of clothes for $35, and ho v ico versa,
TS ARE FACTS AND SP£A
IL issi ,
n rati ■:
't o I
ofthe7t!i indulges ii.
.”. r u '. djii e oneeriuug
si; ni.k-:.i.oe it
l u <
> . ' jj-d 7.» per <>jut.
ol iu) .
<. a .. al and ilour
.•«•■• ‘.in IM.43. and it
\v:. id* during tin
; ni. In 1831 v.e sent
1 l v ‘2 <>.0(X ,
(XK), :• 1
! L a l:at-
liil-j . .up»riath*u’
raut Britain have
; id iiaporta-
. a., i largo Bouree oi
'English : .
- wjii steadily ino.ten.»-
ing f or ; >
'. Tho figures show that
during th •
4 tiivt.e two coun-
Republicans, have you gir eti thought
tries ha .\* i
'.••.li doublod their export or
wheat to .
, .'.ink tafe export from the to the fact that but a few weeks
dually fallen o!f 20 per will have passed ere you will be called
To us t’i< moi
snifioent thing is the ap-1 upon to choose candidates for the var
t. ■ whoat-produuingoom- t ious otliees, to be v< .ted for at tho June
’iv.Ii* . havti been making great election? If so. h: rve voir studied over
efforts to i’i-; ' ia
; cultivation of wheat in
that co :i'.
’ w th t : :h success that India, in your minds as to. who shall represent
unknown t; a
:p >r r ten years » i go. vou in the legislative hall» 7 I’oreoun-
‘ • xpor
is now r ‘at./
po’y al Host half the re- iy oifices there ti>.« always a multitude
. What is still more
signi¿leant :.s '
that one-half tho limit* » who are willing to be acrificed; ant;
of who: .
<1.1 iu that country has not this is perhaps trite regal ding aspirants
yet bAen ■
I ■ elab irate system
of railwa / . <
iov •.• a vast country. for the legislature. B it upon this
is still be ri :
lying transporta-1 point move care should be exercised,
■ : tenor to the seabord, for it is they who help to form the law .
where skip .
> .14 i he track of world-
to take the wheat away, to govern the people ; it is they who
Ono rem; r? ,1 fe l’.nr» of this new aspect present our wants beion* the tribnual
of the wh • .
:ation 1« ■*'
pressure of this
upon the whutit . of this commonwealth for approval.
markets of Cl
■o i.i’d Naw
L’«.k. A ro- We should therefore ea it about to find
viewer of tho
irkc*» >. points
’ ■ out the fact
men qua’.itieil for the, position. We
that the o'. :
■ .... though haring
. ‘ (vX).60ObushelSs have havew n in Yamhill < gninently fitted
itnr by aocuninlacion for the position, hone *t and capable,
of wheat aud ’
orders for shipment, —ir.cn who will attend to the dutes en-
and a xvi. •
is announced ...«»c
•>/< the opening of the f asted to them with honor to them
. ■: ti-
ti - New,
market: selves and their constituents. They
. 1, f. it. .A -500.000 and
have been found; tbioy can be found
! > < »f wheat out of cir
1 el-vators. Ike re' UK again, but perhaps n ot at tho eleventh
of long ho
■ , f • . int of export dvr (tnd hour, aud that is wl\y vve deem it best
This inny bo th:; more inter ¿sting to
the people of 0;\ :o» tin» tl to other
parts of the uniou, lTiun *jie fact <hat
iOtir prinejr tl or neiuli) t otal export of
Itep L Bat vhen we
' f DOt more
Up .1 8
'. j • i. t it, (j, all the agri
of the United States
arc exported 'jr js of little consequence
to ns as :i 1 tian. The value ol' the
crops of t’ne United States for 1880, so
far as the following products were con
cerned, were a: follows:
5-1,S 8 6,003
I--.023, m J. s
193, Mils, K1B
AS C^OO O O-OOXZhSa
Why, it is Ridiculous to say
] keep good goods, and therefore can’t sei. them as
CHEAP AS MY NSIGHBOaJ
as every child that goes to school knows better than that.
GIVE OS A CALL.
.L GOODS that
PESKY Ä HARRIS.
Dayton, Oregon, Dec. ST, lS8C--4Itf.
n Rtgi »ter\ and u Dayton FrtelJ
Always to be Found in Stock
and not “just out of them.”
T<KJ fEilV !
Furthermore, I will say .hat I am buying
■'.Hy for Cash, at Bedrock Figures, and Discount my Bills-
Misses Russ rosier
■, I can make a REASONABLE PROFIT and still sell goods for LESS MONEY than -hose stored
, c buyiDg on time and leave the whu.e=aie houses and manufacture s wait from 12 to 24 tnonth*Z
Would respectfully announce to the Lndie? ■i ■>
of McMinny ille and vicinity that they havi
. : I y. In t’ie first place, they can't expect to buy as cheap as the man who buys FOR CASH,andath
removed to the new building opposite thv
second place the wholesale houses will
Charge lnteret after four or six Months
and have received a splendid stock of
:.o account becomes due. I will add that I devote my HViOiV »Uteiilioil to the Dry Goodj uJ
hi ; trade, and everything pertaining to it, and leave, till other outside business alone.
to "jog your memory” at this early
date. The fight for the next legisla
ture will lie a hot one, and in every
quarter the Democtnicy are organizing
my " i
shelve* for years. Whatever old goods remain ovn by thij|
for the fray ; but lot the Republicans
place before the people worthy meu,
! January will tie thrown into THIRD S L’REET LAKE, instead of letting moths get a hold of them, m ht
and Old Yamhill will step to the front I French Flowers in Velvet, Plush and >:!k, deca the case in O?8l<’l’ fclOS'CSf, I1CB 4“
with her 100 majority.
/T'looils arc raging in Ohio, accoattit -
of which are indeed frightful. At Cin
cinnati the Ohio is U7 feet above low
water mark—the highest ever known—
and rains still continue, making il cer
tain thnt it will reach a still greater
height. Everything is Hooded and
thousands of people are driven onto
the adjoining highlands, without food
or shelter. The people of that State
ire unfortunate in the extreme, as 1. -s
than a year ago the country was swept
by the angry waters.
Os trich. 2Fea.th.e
These are all Facts that I am Willing to Prove.
Ornament, or Every Description,
In fact everything to be found in a millinery
! or notion store.
, l'lenso give us a call, and von will be con
vinced that we have the best goods and most
Of all these there were, exported pro
ducts to tile vnbie of only $262, J93,GH0
During the month of January there
the rest was consumed nt home. Th was a decrease in the public debt of
percentage o; th above products ex 411,958,004 ; decrease since January
ported was i'.'.GS, and of that consum 30,1883, $65,007,488; cash in the
ed at homo,
This, as will be treasury. .^383,415,293 ; ; gold cortili-
seen, dot . n include the buckwheat, cates, $102,250,620; silver cert ih-
pe: , beans, sweet-po- cates, $110,137,051 ; certificates of
t irnip-, tomatoes, deposit, $16,880,000; refunding cer-
• ¡tragus, egg-plant,
ap titicate.% $307,950 ; legal tenders.
terrie», plums, $31,66^,101; fractional currency > »,
grapes, st;: w
hern, s, . ■ d
Business in the halls of Congress i-
other v ■
’. fruits which are
raise:. . jr
country, and which grinding slowly. Many bills are be in,’
r i 1 aggregate to iuil- introduced, but few are acted upon.—
■' year, none of A bill restoring Fit-: John Po. er to,
■¡king is ex- his position in th© army was pa.
: i.ul at home.
o..r calculation wta strenuously opposed by
.y ■ . it, of the ag- can», but when it camo to a
opposition proved too ranch
d by our farm-
ers in i
: Northern States We'll see warm times before this con
eight per gross adjourns.
, ! '-t:ro per cent.
St milo rd: A meeting of the Demo
:r fin-.nn M coil-
eratic State Central Commit < ;■ < " ti.
-tate of Oregon is hereby called, to be
Wh? ; .
'.¡nlervalue nor held at the city of Porthiud, 0:1 Thurs
■ ‘ ; le ioreign mar- day. Febuary 2Sth. 1S84, at 2 o’clock
: • . oarage it as
p. tn. A full attendance is earn< <tly
.. igficance is requested.
co .pared wit)
A t .. Z etber .
■one ..ikes noies».
d :.;o otiier
cent, of hut
juarely on the W. J.
Hew Goods !
Remember that Ü» Fisher
First-Cass Dry Goods ani Clothing House,
ar. 1 is r<?< fivirig goods every day and has always a FINE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS in stock. Farmen
1 <;.mn;y, I am pippared to do an Extensive Credit Business this year in my line, and il
; are responsible for the debts they contract " ill *>U<1 it to their advantage to buy their Dill
Gi)0,' 3 AND CLOTHING of H. FlSHEIu, as you wiil SAVE from 25 to 40 percent, in pnrchasiugyourgooii
MO1TET SAVED IS MCNEV MADE-
You x ill find every week my G oods
P rices advertised .
Very Respectfully Yours,
There is no question aboutit :
B. F. ZAKTMAFS
M c M innville ,
Grain, Grass and Stock Farms
Jin Ynniliili and Tolk conn tic« Fw
>ulo ou HcuNOiiaDie Terms.
GOOD GOODS. No hrnnbucginsr or blowing about SAW MILLS,
g.... Is of any kind for less thin half what they can be made
./>• no. -e.i-e, and iso..’y don - to get you in their stores
CITY LOTS AND
‘. ttf’’ <>! the goods r.dv< - d ut. less than half valtN*. or
t'cle too worthless !’or ;.i v use. with the hope of soiling Parties deelrin<
at big prices. Talk is cheap, end so are all kinds of gixxls. call and Me us ar write ierelMM
ay-. L’n-v Goods. Silk Lice. Mull, Bubouutt, •DdinJV'it
thirg periaiu uz to Ladies’ Wardrobe.
. ur people to ___
Phìrif;a Ss A':fri;
.’.I', kiuósof Dry Good!», aud any and cverylliing in Gentil’ Furnish-
their eve. . .
aidiuatuu by this grow-
c >untries,andes]>eci- M'MINNVILLE
ally ut ..
. own wLoat product.**.
A -i>. C. ocerics, Glass and Quoensware, Hqidwaro and is SOLL
We of t.
Surgery a specialty.
. a pi n fouiar, facf
them. L. 1
DC EJCT lor
. ■ a ... :ro of money and
0.11 <v up lira in Simonds* I
time is r.s,
. . »*• ,.-i our wheat to murkot ing Hon«!« raon’s old liveiy : (al
than any «•
. pl. n that our prosper
Hy lies ha
.• 1 »pment of our own
rvsour *t s t ’
; • if t’<»n of our in-
the best on t! ic coast.
dUHtl'B S ll.
.i...l’ »n of ’.»heat for ex-
We the niblersiijne-l <iu hvrehv >i
A . -, F. rniiu^ Implement.« cf allkiacs, nil for the lowest prices.
< v-’ a the (o ekv nioun> on demand tiio eums Net opposite «<nr ii-mio
tains can e
J ' India xvith better nd-
A so, rei le iilu r 10 per cent, discoiu t i« .-i'en for cash.
the |h i<on who wdl ,iv» nu tr nai i-• t i ; .:*
van 1.1. %
'ii Ind lend t<» the niieat an I conv.cliou <>l the p.*n
it and i r? «
. v it, uphill work
C'nS] and see him.
to m«‘et tkc
i the pauper of In !ia. win» have been putt ing out poifon for d< .«
wbo oar < 1<
. with ‘. am cotton shirts
a year an 1
> y. 1 ngltah piison for dogs or attempt tn poiaon dog» in
NOW i. THE TIME TO IMPROVE
^auction of rail- town of McMinnville. Oregon.
STATI ON AW Y,
l of tll<‘ wlvi.t- fi « ft.•««ItMtii...............
.fJtrcJ.*« f’oi • Saie !
Y IR STOCK!
t country which oon- I <
tains over t
ed has for eat six l oad of
» I i on - of people, is
rapidly , .
1 b til I
j..« mi inborn Ik cki that he
' • ;v;idable for the Uli Biot t.................................
Prrt '.es desiring to improv« their stuck of wi h€» to (’.I*po-e of. Price, >10 per bead.—
.h ’• ( .al -.tuffs market.
• ' M«rr.................
1I<> . w.li bear in mind that I have a
They tan Let . n at Dayton, Ort .on,
T m n: i
V un • ui J bl Hohr.................
AO PATI '¡T IIEDICI*! s,
A. K WlUlAXMJKSOX.
*>• »fier .
;■ ti!‘-HJoc«! Jersey Red Boar.
t g'-n L t
. t rates so far be-
roiLi. r (aww, 3 utio * s i « r., }. t <
low those i>
■ < V.
: . ay service that i
no comp: r
ib’v, and the short lC
per ’nvad for breei ng, la-lieving that they are
ronte to I d '"! I y tl, S:’.iZ canal, coni- J V t:Ii ii .3 sax
............................................... 2 ar
the best < g» on toe oaf, and fast Bujerced*
1g£JTrepcriptiou!’ carefully compounded
pkt* a the r.t .
i<-h ’he English con-
F llnnfli ............................................... 2 Ao
uif, atl «•. icrs breeds.
«unit r is •. .i
h this new compcti- *
. S alk — A nu mberof Thoroughbred
i It linker...........................................
Our >■ -<ls have ■ 11 been marke 1 down to tic
cr of America.’’
(NJTICF at F. A. Hill’i Drug St ire. Dayton
Give us n a call and see :• .h • ■ \ . cirs and Half-l j eed Jersey and Po
(•We qtmti- tint sentence for the
ke . i China, which maki • a fine cross, at rea-
writer.) But t ie |
aui.a .e priced.
J . F. HARTMAN.
nt free trade
June 21, *ftl-20tf.
Lind Office at Oregon, Oremn, *
. s:—“ ' The hopes of the
Feb ••. i -i
Notice ol Final Trout.
N •tiec is hereby eive i that the tbllo v n
conntrj lie ; if., p trade: buy Eng-
Lan 4 OIBce at Oregon City, Oregon, |
land'.* »in icli. i ii •. alid »he will liny , n,sm«i'l s< uler baa file«! notice cl his intention
to io ke final proof in support of his claim,
Jan. Sib. 1884: i
Whal! ami work nt “six ind that snul pnH»t wilt be made before th»*
No'.ce i* hereby given that life following
A »?<s. r r » sie ,.
„.n,«.’ named ret der has filed notice of her intention
cents a flat
nd "two cotton shirt" n I County Clerk of Tillnrn«»ok County nt Tilla-
“ at I v. ,-h rf» di*-p 5S.> of, and will tell tonirkefi.wd prnof in support of her claim,
n.iw'k. Orejj- n. on Friday March 21. k'Sk v .•
venr“ like I) poor liuiianien. wboonce Chn
ve y cheap. Ca ion or addrvM
’-les W. Smith. Preemption D. S No. 3.R54
an 1 t int raid proof will be macb» before the
undertook to :mm ..< turo cotton goods tor the W I of N W ) AN |4 S W | of See.
Dk PETER TAYLOR,
Ccun yQerk of Yainhill County, at Lafay-
on the banks of the Iloogly to Iwtter 25, T ’ S R 9 W.
eV e, Orez» n. on Monday, Fcbrm iy 25. 18S4,
namoa the following witnesses to provi
viz: C< t fieri ne E. Yager, Homestead Eötrv
their ronditiop mid lw more indepen hi» H <*’ - >nt'n*i»-us
fwMer.ee unon and. cultivation
N •. n.7< 2. i< r the T 1-2 of S W 1-4 of Sec 4
dent? but l •• Hi i. ;• 'i iimiuitactiiiersnnd of said land, via: 'Nathan Casev. L*w s Fleck.
a »1 E 1 2 ofS E 1-1 of Sec 5, T 4 S. R 5 W
She names the allowing witnest-*s toprove
the Colxl i < bib - lid it was nil wrong Charles Johnson, and M. Folan, ad of Hebo.
Tillau»o«»k County. Oregon.
FHYSKJAN & SURGEON,
liercrr.tiaous rewien'e upon and cultivation of
and it was tlu refoie suppressed by tlie
L. T. BARIN. Register. ,
<md land, viz: Lea i Gilliam, William Gil-
repeal of the tariff.
Sheridan, - - - tjrrgnn. liiwn, Asa Caies and John Miller, all of Me-
M i ' .e, Ya:-: 4 Count r. Oregon.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
!Stiir ^lixed X’a.inl.isi,
Dî t. W, A. B. Ml LES,
FOR SALE I
is the first of the year.
t » will find no better
time than now to
Vi TYL ER SMITH, M l».,
Pay your bill with tlie
A farm of 860 acres, 7 miles south wedrf
I McAIinnville, Or.; 200, «cred iu cultivation,!
• ;ibi!y fitted for the plow; 100 acre, t.m
J ber and pasture, good buildings, orchard nd
plenty of small fruits, house and hn
supp ied by pipes with running water. M
excellent; no waste land : lies ou county nd
‘ in au old settled neighborhood, with achooM
. church clone by. Price $23.00 per acre. &>' |
| quire of WARREN. MAGERS A FRINK.
Real Estate Age*
1. 1. nocini.
CITY DRUG STOKE
Third Street, McMitaHl'.e.
ROGERS A TODD.
[Successors to W. B. Turner,]
—• Dealers In—
Hrt ff», Chemicals, Patent Jfedlcio*
I’« vf mery, flue Toilet Article*.
? oaps, Co mb«. Hair, Fool It a»d
Cloth liruNhew, Sponfre«, Trueee*
Shoulder nraceo mid nil
A :ull line of
Piiits, Oils, Varnishes, Smshes id
Tb( Purest Xiiquors for Medicuw
Thc Best Brands of Cigars Co"’
star.tly on Hand.
The largest and best dock of
Ever bro jgnt to Yimbill County.
we »tall carry a full line, consisting of P*'"
of the b-sl quality,, Envelope, of the a*
and t catest sty lew, etc.
Special attention >« called to our CuttW'
and Photograph and Autograph Album»
Phyaiclnn«' Prescription. »■* 1
•y Heclpea Cnrefully tempo«"4
• I 1.11 hours—day or »i(l><-
We would roost respect fully «A
thu public, pelmnege. hoping by ’
and Hrict attention to ',u’ini"j.gj * tu DP-