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business & digression Aid THE HOLMAN FAN
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state of Illinois provides by statute,
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M c M innville : : or » gon that there shall lie m> saloon within
Any person wishing a Fanning Mill will
four iniles of the Northwestern I ni-! McMinnville,
Will find it to
plea<e leave their orders with MR. JOHN SAX
versity, at Evanston, anil so it is.
A. ENNIS. Proprietor.
or MR. B. F. HARTMAN. The
seyep or eight villages within four
Editor and Proprietor.
milesot this institution, are free fronil
drunken brawls, ami of course trade, The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept
To call at the above Saloon.
constantly on band.
will clean wheat be it ever so foul with wild
(liquor trade* is depressed.
w. il Bai li il. ii .
M 9IM IIII* riOM KATE*.
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines
At a late session of the Georgia Leg
make it clean enough for the market or seed. and Liquors for Family and Medicinal use.
One copy per year, in advance..............
12.50 islature, a law was passed allowing
JOHN CASWKLL, Proprietor,
As a guaranty of what it will do, I will take
Post Band, SURGEON & PHYSICIAN, any
1.50 every county, on certain conditions, Custer
quantity of wheat with one wild oat in it,
Garrison’s Building, McMinnville,
to vote—no license—ami in case a nia-
and will separate the oat from the wheat with
joutv so vote, the government must
Dr. Boyd has received a full line of Pure the Fan.
Entered in the Post office at McMinn proclaim prohibition in that county Is now prepared to furnish music for Pic-Nics, Fresh Drugs direct from first hands for the 25tf
LYMAN W. SMITH.
tor two years, ami by the way, tliat Celebrations, etc., on short notice and at rea benefit of his patrons.
J. C. COOPER
ville as second class matter.
b,iw was tlie result of efforts by the W. sonable rates. Address
A. V. It. KNYILZR, Leader.
V- I -V- Some counties have already
For Hale !
adopted prohibition by unheard of ma
A. i>. HdU AKh M. I>.
Jonties. Clayton county, recently vot
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
ed for prohibition, six to one.
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
Phi/xirian and Surgeon, shop,
Says the Uetcue of Jan. 10, 1884:
wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
Thirty live counties in (Jeorgia, have FRANK. GILTNER,
lumber and wood shed.
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
S alem . O rec I on -, Feb. 6, 1884. adopted prohibition, thirty six have The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci alien
partial prohibition, nine are soon to
At an informal meeting of the anti vote on the question and twenty five gars kept for sale. When you go to Day tor Children. All calls promptly attended to. 47tf.
I have all the field note!
Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
monopolists, held this day, at Salem, have voted against it. We shall watch call and see Frank.
of the Public Surveys oi
Oregon, to consider plans for organiz for the results in Georgia, but there
Yamhill county, and am
ing the Anti-Monopoly movement io can be no doubt the law will be enforc
prepared to do First-Class
W. M. BAMSEY,
G. G. BINGHAM,
the State of Oregon, Hon. M. Wilkins, ed and the results good. The manu
work on short notice and
L ight S olar T ransit .
of Lane county, was chosen chairman, facture and traffic in intoxicating liquor j PHOTOG II.I Pillili
w. a L. I. QURLLY,
and J. Gaston, of Washington county, demoralize and reduce the labor of the
TROY, N. V.
il ITISI.Y A RIXGIIATI
was made secretary of the meeting.
country, by utterly unfitting its sup Has returned to his old stand-up stairs in Si
D. P. T hompson
After the object of tlie meeting had porters for labor. Observation teachei ‘S monds’ building—with a new equipment of
»Ittorneyx at Ltttr
J ohn W ortman
been stated by Hon. T. L. Davidson, that, just in proportion that men patro utensils tor his work, and is now prepared to
of Marion county, letters were reed nize saloons they waste their substance take
Transacts a General Banking business.
from tho Hon. Enoch lloult, of Linn ami tluii strength. The money that
Office of Geo. G. Bingham, Notary Public—
Interest allowed on time deposits.
“ Saye 11' meeilf, gay» I,”
county. Dr. A. C. Kinney, of Clatsop should go for the support of families or
Picture* oi all Kind*. one door West of Furniture Store,
Collections made on favorable terms.
couuty, Hon. Roscoe Knox, of Laue the education of cliildren, is spent for
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
From a small size tin-type to a large Cabinet
county, and others, approving and liquor.
on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
urging some plan of organization.
A gentleman in this state, who em Please give me a call.
Office hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Addresses were made to the meeting ploys a mimber of hands, says that,
CP*And don’t you forget
bv the Hon. T. L. Davidson, Judge most of his men lose a large part, if
Boise, Hon, B. F. Bonham, John P. not the whole of Monday on account of
Robertson, Esq., and E. O. Norton, Sunday’s debancli.
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
Dnuiel Clark, Frank Cooper, Esq., of But Nat tells us, ns these things have
Marion couuty, Ibm. G. B. Smith, of been told, over and over again, and
Benton countv, lion. D. M. Duubar, figured flown to a fraction, and they Offise of W. D. F enton , - Lafayette, Oregon.
and W. II. 11. flyers, Esq., of Washing will continue to be told over ami over, Ofiice of F. W. F enton , McMinnville, Oregon. Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
All orders promptly filled.
ton county, ns tn the propriety and as long ns the traffiic is upheld by iu
77*That’s the racket,
plan of a State organization of the anti tiuential citizens ami by law. But
W. A. FEMTON,
monopoly eleiueut in politics.
the good time coming, is drawing
Wheat Receipts, and Sale Bills,
On motion, a committee, consisting near. " Aid its tongue, and aid its
of Gaston and Dunbar of Washington pen ; aid it, hopes of honest men. ’ Hoot a»<l shoe Maker, A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary - P ubu
73T Besides everything else in the
county, and Boise and Bonham of Mar Nat thinks the attemp to er.idicate in
line, ns good as the nest, on short no
NHF.lt I RAN. OREUON.
Business Promptly Attende ito.
ion county, was appointed to draw up temperance bv legislation, the silliest
SNYDE THE PRINTER.
a atatement of the principles of the 1 of all; silly or not, it is going to be
i kl’I’ICr. -One Poor East of Peet Offiee,
Anti-Monopoly movement, and direct- i done to a great extent. The liquor
ed to report at the evening session of I traffic is going to become disreputable Etc, in Yamhill County
n tho Brick Storo, corner 3d and Jefferson Sth
be driven to “ holes ami corners for
the Conference ; after which action, anil
CHEAP FOR CASH.
J. F. CAI.BREATH,
rhe meeting took a recess for about i a hiding place," ami thousands of Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and II. R. LITTLEFIELD,M. I).
youths will be saved from the tempter's neatly repaired.
IPatrh llepairing and Job 9£>¿5 Acres, one and a-half
All work and goods warranted.
bin g a SjH’fialty.
Just so long as it is sustained bv Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
"***» miles west of Amity.
I’jion the reascmbl ing of the Con- law, just so long as the law says “for
200 acres in cultivation ; new
Physician* and Surgeon*,
ference, the committee reported reso- so miicli luonev paid into the treasury,
lutions, which, after long discussion you may entice young men to drink,
young orchard just be
and amendments, were adopt<*<| unani gamble, ami waste their time ami
mously, as follows:
M KOF.RV A M'l.flAl.Tl.
1. Kesolved, that the Law of the theycau to win other men away from
Has on band fine Hacks and Buggies, made
Price—$25 per Acre.
la11 session of the State Legislature pleasant homes, away from the society
the host material ami best workmanship.
known as the Mortgage Tax Law, is ami loving iiitlucnees of mother, sister,
IL E. (iOl ( HER, M. I). from
cheapest farm in Yamhill
just, and assesses mortgaged property
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
in the locality «here it properly be men degrade their better natures ami
For terms apply to
longs ; and tliat the assessment laws bring shame, ruin, sorrow ami povert y
should be so amended as to prevent upon thfinselves ami families. I lie
lias permanently l«M»ate«l in J/c.Vinnville
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
for the practice of his profession. All calls—
the making of temporary and fictitious Jove of drink, the attractions of the
indebtedness to otiset assessed values. saloon, whatever they may be, are CRANZ) COZSTCERT •lav or night—promptly attended to.
Real Estate Agent.
office—One door east of Warren & Magers
2. Resolved, that all grants to Kail stronger than the attractions of home
To be given by
roads in this State, lineal lied according ami all the influences that loving
to the contract, should be forfeited friends can bring to bear. We must
and restored to tlie public domain, for
defence, and forbid the setting up of
the use of actual settlers.
3. Resolved, that Congress nnd the these snares to destroy our dear ones,
Legislature of this Stat, should enact ami thot iujnid irhat ice arc going to do
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
laws to protect the people from the un pretty soon.
M rs . S. A. M i K une .
b - b aw-ur«,
just discriminations ami oppressive
(Successor to M. F« kcr,)
exactions now levied on them by Rail
Thou:and« of Brick, of the best auality, now
Mcllimtvillr, Or. Laí.nyeíle,
SHILOH'S VITALIZE!! is what von need
• - Oregon. on hand and will constantly bo kept at the
for Constipation, Ln.'* of Appetite, Dizzines.-
brick yard of
4. Resolved, that whenever a per aud
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit-
all ayinptons of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
son or corporation is doing business for cents
ters. Wines, etc., 1 in* markets ailbrd. Al o, the
per boitk. For sale by Robison A
Yotice to III Parlies.
A. C. SAYLOR,
or seriously affecting the general pub 75
ot cigars, an«! the justly celebrated San
All parties are hereby notified not to trespass McTlinnville,
,’ic. such business is subject to legula- Baker.
Francisco Lager Beer.
ii|*»n my premises from and after this «late, and
,i oil bv law.
CBOOP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
all found trespa.— ing will be prosecuted to tb
. '. Resolved, that it is the fluty of chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
I Having secured entire control of the yard
fullest extent of the law.
the Legislature of this state to pass at For sale by Robison A Baker.
formerly run by C. G. Saylor, the above named
W. T. N ewby .
assisted by the musical taieiit of the city, at
»essiou a Registry Law that
proprietor starts out with the intention of rnan-
M« Minnville, Aug. 23, 1883—ml
shall • -uard the ballot box and prevent THAT HACKING COUGH «an be so quick
ui: turing nnd supplying this public with
brick in any quantity, of a quality guamn-
cured by Shiloh’s Cure. We guarantee it.
6. Re solved, that the fluty of the ly
teed to be as good as the best, aud at prices as
For sale by Robison A Baker.
low ns the lowest.
citizens t o the public good is para
mount to h is duty to any public party, 8HIL0H*S COUGH and Consumption Cure
Just o|»ene<l on
A suitable reduction U> parties purchasing
The Pun st Winos nnd Liquor? k«-pt constant
and that no caucus tdioukl bind any is told by us on .a guarantee. It cures con
ly <ni hand. I'lZa’-' <-f the besl brai.d- and OB4 Third Street, two Doors East
citizen or Le.cislator to vote against liis sumption. For sale by Robison A Baker.
of Give me a call and see for yourself.
<>f th«« iiv.'t Billiard Tablas in the State, found
conscientious judgment: and that the '
A. C. SAYLOR.
JOHN IM LInY,
caucus system «is now practicefl in eon-
M CA9N & HURLEY,
timlling State Legislation ami the se
JERSEY ( IIIEF”
♦!< Winn» ill«*,
lection of U. S. ¡senators is productive
I.I^T OF PRIZFK :
of fraud and bribery, and often defeats ,fíTOK.Y£lW.ÍT r.ill*. The Committee of Arrangements have se-
the wishes of the people.
lected the following prizes to be awarded on
7. Resolved, that it is not proper nr
Jerse y Bull
the occasion :
Everything in the line cheap
(Situate«! at the De|»of,)
. for cash or ,n
safe tt> elect to Congress or the State
exchange lor count rv produce. ('all and
Legislature the attorneys or servants of
country or neighboring towns),
McMinnville, - - Oregon« examine goods ami prices.
Feb. 2i. 1882 2ti.
Oregon Import«*«! Cakenier French Black
HENDERSON & LOHAN BROS.
8. Resolved, that all tariffs ami tax
f«, KI, < »OK. I*rop.
es should be limited to the tieetls of the Office—.Tail Building, up stairs.
government. State ami national, eco
Bi 4 KS FOB 841.1
Hanging Lamp with crystal trimm ings.
T'ivi' noi r.i. i> i n; T-ULV’S in < «■. v par-
GEO. W. HARRIS,
month? old and under, a appliance-*, nnd M'tiing Iwlbrc its guesla only
Lightest baby, 6 months
9. Resolved, that we will not sup
•' J fr - i . v C hiff ” No 1, dropped April 12th,
high grade Spanish Menno Bucks, which can
r fine gold-lined Silyer Cup, donated by McM. tne I mmì thè market a troni-.
1H77 sire, •* Emperordam, “ Minnie War
port any man for the Legislature, Gov
Lf* had at good bargains hy applying to or ad ren.
ernor, Snpreuu' Judges or (Jongress
Sample-room ter thè «special accomrnodatioD dressing
IIpavicct baby, 6 month -idd and under, a
I*F.r>iGRFK of “ E mperor ” “ Ernjieror” wan
who is not pledged ami known to be
of Com mereiai Men.
-Iroppud Jan. 17th 1875; sire," Emperor Bil
...... Id* lined Bilvt f Cup, donated by the i ••
reliably in favor ¡if these principles.
N otary P ublic & C olli :, tor ,
Rememlter thè place- ai thè depot.
Bublishoi Every Thursday, at
Bank of McMinnville.
Att ys at Law & Notaries Public.
T. C. STEPHENS,
JEWELER & ENGRAVER
J. E- MAGERS.
f’arm ? Sale.
Littlefield & Calbreath,
DR. E HOWELL
NO. 1 SALOON
NEW BILLIARD HALL
New Grocery and Provision Store
Real Estate & Insurance Agl.
Office—One door East of Dank, MeMihnville
Ilepartment of McM innv ¡lie.
Prettiest baby, on«* yenr old and under, a
ly dam “Olivea” by imported Neptune( J24);
•’ran«! «hrn,“Olivea” (232); great grand-darn
Resolved, that an Executive Commit Grego «.
beautiful Solid Gold Necklace and Loeket.
Slaisiglos, Sbixiglaa ' “ Nelly
I’ f . digki . k or “M immb W umloom .''—Minnie
tee of live be appointed, which shall
Warren,” solid fawn, dropped Marek '»th, 1874 ;
lie directed to issue an .-ublrcss to the ST < li
fiZDTLL dd and under, a beautiful ground glass Toilet:
-ire, ” Beacon Comet,” 14th ; «iaoi, ” Prin«?ea’*
voters of Oregon, emltod.ving and sup
“ L*n’ me yer knife, pipe an’ toba«*cy, an*
Set—3 pie '«*B.
1th, (2oti2); grand-dam, ” Prince®” (761)—
porting the above resolutionst ami
Best piece of F.mcy Work, by any Lady, a fumble yer packet t- ra match while I loud the
hv W. B. Dinsmore in 1868.
which shall invite correspondence from
Corner Third and B streets,
dudeen.” Which bcitg intetpreted,means that ever made in this section are now being man imitortol
TKllM»—For «eas.n, $5.
all friends of this movement through ti<
oi < i : c ; o >
IIENDERKON A L06AN BROS.
Person with the uargest Feet, pair of Slip-
out the State : ami which shall have New house! New furniture! un’iirpaFsc«! ii
1 Has b« tight II rry Robertson's Hock of Cigar*,
power to call a State convention of the country. IU.es—$1 to $2 yer day, accord }vers.
A large double Silver Pickle Ca3t«>r, to k Tobacco, Candy and Notions which he pr<>[*>.«-
Anti-Monopolists whenever in tliejudg- ing to room. Single meals, 25 cr-nts. I, . ].*
es to '«dl as low ns is consistent with th«-
Cheap n.i the cheapest and goal as the bes-t. Notice of Applicatnnto Purchase
ment of the committee such action is ing, 25 to 50 rent.«. Rccor«iin:x tn room. Board rutiled at 25 cents a chance.
law of !ive-and-let-livo. And having set up a Look at them.
desirable and necessary ft» the success an«i Lo'itpng. $4 to $6, p.*r week. Fin«1 Satnph
Enquire of F. W. REDMOND, Agent, at
ot the above principles; anti which Rooms an«l superi«»r :ii?c-i»nirn< iatii-ns frrir
fspreyarod to do «'ashing and grubbir.g with
U. S. Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, I
shall advise the Anti-Monopolists of mercial t <?n. Supper furnished Bills ar.d
rod a pop and orang*« for sale under the Pho
MILLER A BOWERS.
Dec. 23, 1883. f
tograph Gullerv ai McMinn ille.
the various counties that they must de parties at reason»b’e rates. Give inc a call
Notice is hereby given that James B. Up-
termine for themselves the propriety and see for yourselves.
11. H. WELCH.
For the Concert is in the hands of Mr. M, r.
«>1 Oregon Citv, Clackamas (,’ounty, Ore-
"f either nominating sepernte tickets.
•iTFIILI V^ It. Al. Ao. Hi ton,
j ti , h;t“ made application to purchase the N.
•>r of supporting Anti Moimpolist« on Do You Want City Pro >arty? Gortner, who will tie assisted by the
the Democratic or Republican tickets; If so, Messrs. A. C, Southmayd «V B iter, of
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or W. I I of 8. E. 1 4 of Section No. 15 of Town-
Bast Vocal Talent
Dr « F. TI €Ki:n,
5 South of Range No. 10 West of
and which shall cause to lw issued an Sheridan, are now | repared u> sell you Jute in
before the full moot), in each month. Sojourn • nip
••flition of fifteen thousand copies of
ing companions cordially welcomed.
H. P. Willamette Meridian, under the provisions of
Partland or Albiiau
he art of Congress, approved June 3, 1878, en-
The Oregon Vidette containing the ad
•l««l *• An Act for the sale of Timber Lands in
at the most NMOMd
CUSTER POST BAX’)
dress f>f the Committee.
State« <»f California, Oregon, Nevada, and
a p i? i y v
' *°r p
. Messrs. Davidson. Bonham. Dunbar, as heretof re. same fir terms to dtep
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, afi'l i • ■ ivc fire, a a Washington Territory. All adverse claims
will join them, each evening, which promise«
K uox, and Gaston, were appointed as
a musical treat.
costly box of g«*>ds which will help you t< <> said tract «>f land, or »»nv portion thereof,
-ui h executive committee ; nnd Hon. 37m3*.
more money right away than anything elite in nU't l>e filed in the United States Land OffifS,
r. L. Davidson, of Salem. Marioneoiin-
niti:r;o> ibis world.’ All. of either wx, succeed Iron
t. Oreg«,n City, Oregon, before the expiration
ty. made chairman, to whom all letters
the first hour. The broad road to tertun« »t sixty days from this date.
Offic«»—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
papers, and documents for the Commit
I Everylwly ir.vih-1 tn lend their pre«en< ire.
Given under my hand this 13th day of Doc.
hing Gas administered for paii*ie*s ex qien« before the work, abrelutelv aura. A*
tee. must, be addressed.
nnr«ea Boar de! 'ek* _ Cl prchil Attention I Bear in mind that any an«l all are allowe«! 1 tr Laus
once ad «Irena
TRI- E «k CO.,
Kesolvet*. that all papers in the State hy the f*av,
¡compete for the prizes named.
■'••yll____________ T» T RARIN, Register
friendly t."» this movement be requested Week or Month, -,-i _z.w Transient Mock.
iboilee is» I hr Public.
to publish t be above resolutions.
Dotri Opealach Evening »1 7 O’Clock.
A( t ENTS
1 , nr ' ■■■ ” "
Resolved, i hat Wm. H. H. Myers. Esq. |
is hereby given tn whom k may rc
A <lrnl««h»ii *J5 refil«.
8. Ths hrgeat, han ’• finest )>.»'>!< ever gold tei
uf Washington county, be chosen to
knowing themselvei indebted ► rn that all parties are forbidden to purcha" “
d *. Th? fastrat «riling
represent Oieaon ’u the Natianal Anti-
Parade of Firemen Friday- Afternoon !»«*»k in America. Irn«n«*n«e profilato agents
to UA will plearo call and settle up imn.e rom rr y wife any wheat, oats, hogs, potato
Monopoly Comuiittf e.
, s ALEM,
r «uber vegetables, from and after this da
AH inte!lig?nt pay»!? want it Anr one can .Lately, a» we must have our nmney.
Mille & Bcwers' Shingle Mill.
iveiy, Feed and Sale Ststle.1
D. M. D unbar , Vice Prea't,
J - G aston , Sec y.
Ry order of
b?e«>me a sm***««Lil i
HALLET BOOK CO., Tortlan 1, Me.
ROGERS A TODD.
McMinnville, Nof.l, 1883-U.
¡’1»-»ro so purchasing will do so st their o^
Dec. 13th, 1883— 39ml.