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: MISCELLAMEOUS ■
Ch citit Court of the Shite of (h‘c-
(joit.for Yomhill Comitii.
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I lie first marriage eercinorv in the
.Vitional Park, was pet formed at the
Mtinmoth Hot Npriugs on the loth
ult. Rev. George Comfort uni/ed in
Wedlock. Mr. Oscar S. Swanson and
Miss Barbara (1. Henderson.
Mail agents on the Northern I’a
cific now run through between llele
nn and Spokane Falls in one run, re
quiring about 24 hours. They lay
over in Helena one dav and two
nights, and in Spokane Fulls three
days and two nights.
The Whatcom, W.T., Reveille pre
diets that iu the failure of the What
coin townsite owners and the colony
to effect a settlement of their affair,
city lots can be obtained for $10 each
but io the event of such settlement,
they will sell at from $500 to $1500
Nays the Astorian of Thursday:
Yesterday was the coldest day of the
season. The wind blew in keen, icy
puffs from the northeast. 'I'he warm
est clothing was brought out. skates
were oiled preparatory to u visit to
Clatsop, and buckwheat cakes and
honey were in prime favor.
The Tacoma Ledger’s Lakeview
correspondent says : Our postmaster
wrote to Portland recently, a-kiriry
to have a townsite laid off at the de
pot. The land company said they
would consider the matter, but our
people fail to see a towusite, for the
land will not grow even grass, be-
sides not having any water conveoi
I'he passes over the highest rang
es iu Montana have an altitude ol
only about 6000 feet above the sea
level—no greater titan the plains of
Cheyenne, Wyoming. Aearly all
the arable valleys of Moutana aver
age from 500 to 2000 lower than the
most fertil ones of Colorado or Utah. i
Montana’s highest peak would barelj
reach timber Ijne in Colorado.
TOLD IN TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE SON:“^^;^
" Grntlemcn: My father resides at Glover,
Vt. He has been a great sufferer from Scrof
ula, and the inclosed letter will tell you what
a marvelous effect
has had in his case. 1 think his blood must
liavo contained the humor for at least ten
years; but it did not show, except in the form
of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about
live years ago. From a few spots which a|e
peared at that time, it gradually spread so as
to cover his entire body. 1 assure you he was
terribly afflicted, and an olject of pity, when
he began using your medicine. Now, there are
few men of his age who enjoy as good heal th
as lie has. 1 could easily name fifty persvua
who would testify to the facts in bis case.
W. M. P hillips .”
FROM THE FATHER:
a duty for mo to state to you tlio benefit 1
have derived from tho use of
Six months ago I was completely covered with
a terrible humor and scrofulous sores. Tlio
humor caused an incessant and intolerable
itching, and the skin cracked so as to cause
the blood to flow in many places whenever
1 moveil. My sufferings were great, and my
life a burden. I commenced the use of the
S arsaparilla in April last, and have used
it regularly since that time. My condition
began to improve at once. The sores have
all healed, and I feel perfectly well in every
respect — being row able to do a good day’»
work, although 73 years of ago. Many inquire
what has wrought such a cure iD my case, and
I tell them, as I have here tried to tell you,
A yer ’ s S arsaparilla . Glover, Vt., Oct»
H iram P hillips .”
AV er ’ s S arsaparilla cures Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysip
elas, Eczema, Ringworm, Blotches,
Sores, ¡lolls, Tumors, and Eruptions of
the Skin. It clears the blood of all impu
rities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of
the bowels, and thus restores vitality and.
strengthens the whole system.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; $1, six bottles for $5.
[Bangasser’s building on B street.]
BANCASSER & PAULUS,
Here is where you can get your money’s
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
and everything ,n the line of meats, of the
best quality the country affords. Also the
Best of Bolognas.
Give us a call and be satisfied.
BANGAS8ER A PAULUS.
O. n. Hl.MHTOCK,
D. P. HARVEY.
Henistock & Harvey,
Prop’s of the
L ii in lx* i * i ng-
In happy Valley, ten miles west of McMinn-
was the first preparation perfectly adapted to
cure diseases of the soalp, and the first suc
cessful restorer of faded or gr:r hair to its
natural color, growth, and youthful beauty.
It has had many iiuiiatorj, but none have so
fully met all the requirements needful lor
the proper treatment of the hair and scalp,
11 \L l ’ r I • • i; i; i.'. • w ¡ u ha ■ aleadll
in favor, and spread its fame and usefulness
to every quarter of the globe. Its unparal
leled success can be attributed to but ono
cause: t/u'entire fuljilwuitt. of Us promi sv a.
The proprietors have often been surprised
at the receipt of orders from remote coun
tries, where they had never made an edortfor
The use for a short time of H all ' s H air
R ineweu wonderfully improves the per
sonal appearance, it cleanst s the scalp from
all impurities, cures all liutnora, fever, and
drvnees, and thus prevents baldness. It
stimiCutt s the weakened glands, ami enables
them to push forwaid a new and vigorous
growth. '1 he effects of this article are not
transient, like those of alcoholic prepara
tions,but remain a long lime, w'uich makes
Its use a matter of economy.
Lumber of all kinds furnished on short no
Dressed Lumber a specialty.
Quality equal to the best; prices as low as
Give us a call and convince yourselves that
we mean business.
I wil' pay the highest mark«*» price for Mer
chantabb* wheat, clear of sack, (’lean and
store free of charge, in case I buy ; in case vou
sell to other parties, it will <*.»st you 3 «*ents for
cleaning ami storing.
I am now manufacturing an
A. No. 1 <|h;rlity of I lour.
to which I invite th«* ‘closest inspection. I
guarantee it. Try a sock, and if it is not a« I
recommend, return it ami vour money will be
All kinds of Mill Feed on hand or made to
order on shot t not ire.
Will clianye tho I :ir<l to a natnral brown,
or black. desired. It produces a permanent
ca’or that will n«>t wa.-h auay. <
a single preparation, it is atq ind v. hhout
ALL THE FORMS
*■; r«ifulous, I’’« *um i ;1, ami
b«*st rei»-11; . becniwo the
d searehmg and thorough
> l-pm itier, <s
Will lx* mailed ERFF to all applicants and to
customers of last r nfcfc year
w .. it.
It ..nt.uns illustrations, prices, deacrlpt
directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower
Seeds, riant«, rt Itlval<1 aille to all.
D. M. FERRY & COÆk.
Land Office at Oregon City. I
Oregon, Junutirv 30, 1884. I
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
ami that said proof will I m * made before the
W. I). ROBERTSON, PRO.
County Clerk of Yamhill Coun’y. at Lafayette,
Oregon, on Monday, March IF. I88|, v:z . Wil
liam B. Gilpin, Honie-iead Entry No. 3,260,
for the E 1-1 of N E 1-4 of Sec 24, T 2 8, li 4
lie names the foil wing witness-*« tn prove
his coni inuous residence upon, and cultivation
of said land, vis .* oil Darker and James A.
Iaind Office at Oregon Cifv, i
Gerrish,of Gaston, and Alfred Florey, of Wap
Oregon,Jan. 21. I8H4. i
Notice is herebv given that the following- ato. Washington County. an«l Jas W L Hutt,
named arttier haa filed notice of hi« intention of North Yamhill, Yamhill Conntv, all of (‘re-
L. T. BAKIN. Register,
to*makr final proof in «tip|wHl of hi« claim, gon.
and that said proof will lx* mad«* before the
County Clerk of Tillamook County at Tilla
X otite Io (lie Publie.
mook, Oregon, on Monday, March 3, 1884.
via: Jvtepb H. EIHaon, Ilomertead Entry
is hereby given that \ II Hodson
No. 4.433 for the X I. H of S E 1-4 of Her 30.
W I -2 of S W 1-4 and S W 1-4 of N W 1 4 <»f holds a note again«t the firm of J*»nes, Hill A
Co., lor the .«urn of $91.45, given on or about
Sc* 29. T 3 S, R 9 W
H<* name« th«* following wilnc.«ne« tn prow April l«t 188*2. That there wa« uo value re
lor sat«i note by Jone.« Hill *V Uo., and
his continuous residence upon, ami cult’vation
ot «aid land, vix : C S McKinley. G \V Wai that they herebv wain all parties against pur
hwe. Merriman Folan«! and L miu Fleck, all of chasing >a id note, as they will ma pay the
.JONE8, H’LL A CO.
Haabo, TlUamcok County. Oregon.
McMiunviKe, Jan. 24, ’84--4JW4.
JL. I. BARIN. Regirtar.
Panther Creek Mills,
Bird & Gales,
(B vcckmokb to NKL8ON a BIRD)
T homa « B arnes ,
A melia G ibson ,
II arkiette B anner ,
M ilford B arnes ,
M rs . M ilford B arnes ,
J ob G iuson ,
J ane B evier ,
W illiam S evier an J
T. L. J ones , Adminis
trator <>f tho estate of
Mary Fetch, deceased,
I’ he O regon A C alifor
nia R ailroad C ompany ,
Fjpo the u.bove-n«UBie*l Defendant«
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In the name of the State of Oregon; Y<
are hereby required to apjn*ar and answer th«
complaint filed against you in the above enti
tled suit,on or before the first «lay of the next
regular term of this Court, to wit : The fourth
Monday in March A. I> Ih84.
Ami if you tail lo so app«>ar and answer, as
above required, for want thereof the Plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief prayed
tor in his complaint, which is in substance
that certain lands described in said complaint
be decree«! to belong to tho Plaintiff' am! that
Defendants be required to convey the same to
the Plaintiff, ami such other and* further relief
as to the Court may seem equitable ami just,
ami tor costs and disbursements of this suit.
This Summons is published by order of Hon.
Raleigh Stott, Judge of the Fourth Judicial
District, made on the 11th day of D*ceinb»‘r
A. D. 1883, in the absence from the State of
Hon. R. P. Boise, Judge of the Third Judicial
McCAIN & HURLEY.
Attorneys for Plaintiff*.
'i d are prepared to offer to thoM* DRtronl«in.n
advantages which they have Mt 101
en’s, Boys’ and Youths’ (lolhln.-,
Boots and Shoes, Hau
TOBACCO & CIGARS
Stationery, Glass ami Qiiemiware,
is now being manufactured at the
Yamhill L'jzToeirg Co.’s Mill,
Located.on the North Yamhill River at Western Oregon P.ailroad Bridge,
Two :in<. one-half Mile East ol Me. linnvilie.
We are prepared ship Lumber,
Poin' on the 85*. O. (tnef »'U.
fL UtLEj troilite
Clocks anil Watches,
Oils and Shell Rarawan.
And also a lame assortment of
A Good Wagon Eoad to thoL'iill-
Address all Ordes to
YAMHJLL LUMBERING COMPANY,
i:XTRA. INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
Produce of all kinds taken at the
Highest Market Price.
BIHD & GATES,
•sr olc rkTx
Lafayt tie, Oregon, August 8,1881.
For all kinds of Produce, Oats. Parley, Cured
Meat-'. Lard, Apple«, On ions, Eggs, Chickens,
Turkevi;. Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
(Oil“ NATIONAL,” established IS««.)
Lime, 8alt, Oats, Pota foe«, Cena ent,
and Gr.isr. Seed.
I 'IHT'.AMI. OREGON
Penman a nd S«cjr
Canea Gypson, cr Land Plaster
The only fertilizer that contains Phosphate
Northwesters Ka xfaetery
Au inititution designed for the practical busi-
neas education of both tc.se«.
C; 'ar Company '
FAfiïü, Road sud Miii MACHIBERÏ,
and now have on exhibition at my store a fine
assortment ol Farm and Road J/achipery, in Admitted on any week-day of ih* year. Ko
vacations at any time, and no exam
ination on entering.
St. Paul Twino Binder.
Call and we n o at the Wallace Building,
opposite Masonic Hall.
For tho Full Business Course. - S60.
F. X, HARDING.
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonabl
rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Catting and Pitting
Done to Order, will please call cn
House, Ca ■•riage, Sign
MRS. H. A- ALLEN
At her residence, in Amity, Oregon.
The College Journal, containing information
of the cour«« of study, when to enter,timer®'
ríe., and 1 cuts
qiiired, cost of board,
”’i" '' of f one
mental penmanshin, ,, fiotti the pen of Pro«.
Wesco, sent free.
A. I’. ARMSTRONG,
J^ale Sills !
IMí fNTEI) NEATLY, QITCKLY,
-THEAPLY, ON SHORT NOTICE, AT
The Reporter Job Printing Office
McMINNVILL . OREGON.
01- ALL KINDS,
IBy the Wholes?le
J- 3 '■ : blt’ral implem’ts,
EVERY KIND. GO TO
D. I. CORKER,
'.23 I rent St., Bet. Wasxngtsn and À'.der,
A. I’. ArniKtroiig.
J’ A. WeNco,
I also have the
in all kinds of
Notice is hereby given that by authority of
an order of the County Court of Yamhill
County, Oregon, duly rendered on the I)th day
ot January, 1884, I will, on
Militrcltiy, tbc 1 (>th tlay^oi February
A. D. 1884, at the hour of one o’clock in the
afternoon, in front of the Court House door,
Teat Cour Eue ft With
at Lafayette, Oregon, proceed to sell at Public
Auction, to the highest bidder, the following
described real property belonging to the estate
of T. M, Wright, deceased, to wit: A part of
the Donation Land Claim of T M. Wright,
'* I'i •5
Notification No. 1,574, Claim No. 40 in Section
is. T. 3 s.. 1«. I W , in Yamhill County,8 its
of Oregon, and Imunded as follows: Begin
ning at the South-east corner of said claim :
thence West 21.60 chains to Range line of T.
4 8.. 11.3 W. : thence North on said Range
line 40 chains to a stake: thence East 21.60
chains to a stake : thence South 40 chains to
the place of beginning, containing 86 A 40-100
acres, more or less.
TERMS OF SALE:—One-half down at day
of sale, and the balance on or before October
1st 1884, secured be note ami mortgage on the
T have the agency tor Johnson’s Patent T may-
Ct ing Spectacles and 1’ye-Glasses of all de-
All work done iu a proper manner a id a
By virtue of a decree of foreclosure
<’ircuit Court of the State of Oregon,
County of Yamhill, ninth* on the 2ml
October, A. D. 1883, duly enrollod and
ed in the Clerk’s office in said County, on said
<lav. in favor of Thomas B. Careyj Plaintiff,
ami against J. W. James, Defendant, for the
sum of Three Hundred and Fifty-two ami 50-
Ino ($352.50) Dollars, U.S. Gohl Coin, with
interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent, per
annum from the 2nddavof October A. D. 1883,
i u ter,
ami the further sum of Fort,y-three amt 45-100
Dollars damages ami «*asts, and an exccutiork M«*v| inn villc.
¡•ml order of sale duly issued out. of said Court.,
Painting done in the neatest style, on the
therein attested of date January l.’»th, 1884, I shortest notice ami at th«* most reasonable
•li I on the 17th day of January A. I). 1884, price-. Shop in the old Jjeaiy building on
• * ami levy upon the real premises deserib
Third between A and B Sts.
• •<1 in said decree Iwlonging to said Defendant,
t • wit : Lot. No. four (4) in Block No. twelve
U' m A. B. Faiilconet ’s Addition to the Town,
ol Sheridan. Yamhill County, Oregon. Now
there’ore, by virtue of said execution, on
I «-:«>sir«lo j , 1 lie 23d day of February
A. D IS84, at the hour of one o’cl(K*k i*. m . of
i 1 .1 qv. al. th«* Court House door, in Lafay-
ciie.in said county ami state, I will sell at.
auction, lor cash in hand, the above de-
i d real premia's of said defendant to satis-
f. s nd decree, costs and accruing costs.
E. B. (’OLLA RD.
Sheriff of Yamhill County.
Dated Jan 22nd, 1884.
1 he Most
nemeuv ever '1'^*’ not
ed.as it is certain in its effects and
l.li.t r. HEAD PROOF BELOW. Al»
cellcnt for human flesh.
F rom a P rominent P htsicu »-
Washingtnn. Ohio, June l' th>
D r . B. J. K endall , A' Co.,—-iy*11 *a3(j
ingyour advertisement, in Turf« 1 ' a3j
Farm, of your Kendall’s Spavin u •
having a valuable ami speedy horse * ‘
been lame from a spavin lor eighteen
I sent to vou tor a bottle bv express,
- x weeks removed all lameness an
ments and a large splint from an«>
and both horses are as sound to-day . flTWj
The one boule was worth to me on
K' :':, a L
Kendall's Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Pallan’• Mill«. K Y- Feb *'
Notice iff hereby given that the undersign«!
has b«*en dnl v appointed. Executor of the « stxte
of William Woods, «leceased, bv the (,’ountv
Court of Yamhill County, State of Oregon, ami
all pe.sons having claims against sai«I estate
re hereby notified to present the same to
Geo. G. Bm jham at his office in thecity of Mc
Minnville, Y.imhill County, Oregon.* within
-.x months fmm the date ot this notice.
Dated this 2nd < av of January, 1SS4.
Jous M c D onough .
G ko . G. B incram , »
Atty for Estate.
CLOCKS WAT CHE and JEWELRY,
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, I
January 30,1884. |
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named sestler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before Regis
ter and Receiver U. 8. Land Office, at Oregon
City, Oregon, on W. dnesday. March 12, 1884,
viz! Robert Mulligan, Preemption D S No.
3,89; for the 8 1 -2 id S E 1-4 and E 1 2 of S W
It <4 Sec 1,7« 8. R 9 W.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation o|
slid land, viz : George Tharp, Nathan Hus
sey, Francis Mercer and C. D* Ackerson, ail ol
Grand Rondo P. 0., Polk County. Oregon.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
Of the Latent Varietleiof
We keen a tali stock of
Tn the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Yamhill.
! Suit ill
.J. W. Spark« and
Nancy M. Sparks,
To the above-named Defendants: Iu the
name of the State of Oregon : You are here
by required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above-entitled
suit, on or before the first day of the next regular
term of the above-entitled Court, to wit : The
fourth Monday in March A. D. 1884. And if
you fail so to appearand answer said complaint
as above-required, for want thereof the l’lain-
tiif will apply to the Court for the relief play
ed for in his complaint herein, which is in
substance : That a certain mortgage described
in the complaint and executed by the said J.
W. Sparks and Nancy M. Sparks on the 12th
day of December 1882, to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note made by them to
Plaintiff on the same day, for $1,370, Gold
Coin, with interest from date at the rate of 10
per cent, per annum, and described in the com
plaint be foreclosed ; and that the premises
conveyed by said mortgage be sold as by law
provided, and the proceeds thereof applied to
the payment of said note and interest thereon,
and costs of suit; and also that the said De
fendants, and all persons claiming by. thivugh
or under them be barred and foreclosed of all
right, title, claim, lein or interest in and to
said mortgaged premises, and for such other
and further relief as to the Court may seem
equitable and just.
This Summons is published by order of the
lion. R. P. Boise, Judge ot the Third Judicial
District, made on the 30th dav of January
J. E. MAGERS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Partie« VKfting l.iifayetlc will g.
raa daoiur Percent««* by <’<»min< i/,* *
(ore lo Make their purchanet, u’
R. L. SÄYLOR.
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B. J. Kendall i Co.,
ease on which I used your Kvn<
Cure was a malignant ankle epra'n
months standing. Iliad tried
button yain. Your spavin cure J
<»n the ground again, and f‘ff ’
since hurt in a natural poeiuon.
¡mm. nt it extols anything we « 'e
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten . * ■
Send for illustrated circular
proof. Price,$1. All druggi*’* '*•
jelit orycu. Dr. B. J-Keud^l *
prietore, Ft ^«hurg Falla, Vt.