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tieasurer, will move hi* family into
town in the house formerly owned
by E. C. Bradshaw.b» t which has late
ly been bought by John Bird.
The work of repairing the church
is progressing finely. The steeple has
been raised to its pla < and the hand
some cornices arotiud the building
give it a neat and < ■ d 11 appearance
Work on the inside is going on this
The steamer Orient which usually
comes no farther than Dayton, made
the trip to Lafayette twice last week.
But during the past few days, and
since it has ceased raining, the river
is again too low for us to expect any
more trips at present.
The body of Mrs. Mary Taylor, who
died at Goldendale, W. T.,on the 10th
inst., was brought here for interment.
She was a daughter of Mrs. Elmira
Olds, who died here last summer, she
leaves a husband and two children,
both mere babes, to mourn her loss.
Mr. Dooling, the principal of our
school, has been very sick, has not
been able to teach the past week, and
it will be another xveek at least, per
haps two, before he can resume his
duties in the school room. The pri
mary and intermediate rooms, how
ever, are going on as usual. S elina .
FOR ready made
Br< keyk pumps at Hodsons.
F ine dress pauts, $2.50 at Symons.
C.VV’hitincr’s now residence is nearly
S ee Symons new ad. on 2d page, new
The sick folks at P. M. Scoggins
The <ll> Couden »cd.
H ardware cheap for cash at Hod
are much better.
CO TO SYMONS’,
Deteiiniug han the finest show win sons.
Louis Bozley of Nestucca was in
W alnlt backed lounges for $9.50 town
dow on Third Street.
M( M innville .
T TT T
The registration law has been at I). C. Narver’s.
S. Potter has closed his hotel. Mrs.
M ens ’and youths’ clothing at cost, Potter is nearly well.
amended and passed by the legislature.
W. A. Graves, druggist, was sick
Chase and Niles at Portland have the
O ysters —Fresh and Nice at the Star with sore throat last week.
We have undertaken below to give the cur
apparatus to warm our new opera house.
Mail is carried from Sheridan to
Three four horse teams are employed
tic produce from first hands, in this market
B ishop Kay have oil suits, just the Grand Ronde on horse hack.
in hauling flour from the Willamina
Wheat, per cental, in Portland,
.. $ 1 30
M c M innville , orecon ,
A ll kinds of pumps at bed rock count. of protracted meeting.
Wheat per bu, sacked, McMinnville 67 to 68
.J. J. Co Hard’s advertisement this
3n to 32
Cyrus Blair and wife have gone on
week notes a fact that he has returned
Wool, per lb.
12 to 14 Has a large stock of Pure Fresh Drugs, Perfumes and Patent
C hairs for $3.75 a let, and upwards a visit east of the mountains.
Flour, per barrel
The street lamps are up and are a
Bacon, sides per th
Medicines, Wines, Brandies, Etc., for medicinal use.
A little boom in wheat this week in
Hams, per lb
lo to 12
N ew goods, new’ prices, at the New
Shoulders, per Ih
Chicago, incident to the Bulgarian
... 6 to 8
A. S. Bible has purchased the Ed.
Lard, 10 fo tins
. 9 to 10
Money property in south Sheridan.
Lard, 5 gal. tins
I f you wuut any thing of rubber
A whale fifty feet long drifted ashore
Mr. Gray of Amity, has leased 8. A.
Butter, fresh roll
1Ä to 20 Prices as low or lower than any other re
Manning’sold stand, and will soon open
Apples groen, per bu
M ore new hats at Mrs. II. P. Stuarts
20 to 50
The accounts of Dr. W. T. Slater
a new store.
liable house in Oregon.
are in the hands of Capt. Lafollett for
Apples, sun dried
J. J. Collard has purchased Conner this week. Call and get a bargain.
.... 3 to 4
on ’ t forget that D. C. Narver’s is collection.
6 to 7
& Hunsaker’s truck and business. See
20 to 25
W. F. Sleppy has rented the Gar
the only place where you can get the
Chickens, j>er doz
$2 00 to 2 50
diner property and will move into
Geese, per doz
5 00 to 6 00
Oregon hens are on a strike again, Acme furniture polish, the best made. town in a few days.
Ducks, per doz
A. M. T aggart wants a another
4 00 to 5 00 My Prescription Department is complete and receives great
and the market is being supplied with
R. Jacobson A Co. purchased the
eggs from Iowa.
care, and prices are us low as pure medicines can be
ever heard tell of before in McSlinn-
Senator Bird was in the city on Sat- I T hirty pieces of fine dress goods at sold by the administrator last Satur
unlay, and Representative Sander*» on
furnished. If you have not already done
S anders &. Martins photos are the
Monday, from Salem.
Uncle Billy Chapman raturned
W e have men’s ye ith’s and boys’
W. II. B ingham will not be under
so please try us, and you will be
from the coast a few days ago where
1). C. Xarver has just the nicest thing
sold. Always a«k his prices, whether
W hite Lillie, Rickrcal, full roller 1 ho had tyeen water bound for some overcoats at way down prices. Bishop you buy or not.
out for polishing furniture, (’all and
Don’t forget the place, liemember it is
, get a sample bottle.
Never call your child a pet lamb. It
he firm ot Lee Laughlin A Co.,
L adies 'cloaks reduced in price for
Walter Blackburn and Miss Emma is so suggestive that he may become a of T North
'Pile narrow-guage railway will ship
Yamhill are closing out their
GEO. W. BURT,
entire stock of general merchandise at
grain from Dayton to any point where the next ten days, at F. W. Redmond’s. Faulconer, daughter of Hon. T. N. mutton-head.
olger ’ s pioneer coffee, ground or Faulcono •, were married November
Druggist and Apothecary.
it brings best prices.
Stop hatcheling the fish ladder as a sons desiring bargains had better call
1885, by Rev. Peter Burnett.
Dr. W. C. LaDow, of Portland, has roasted, 20 cents per pound at the ba 14. Mrs.
Alonzo Newell of the High job. Salmon are shot and caught way soon.
been made state agent for the Pacific
Two hundred hens will be taken at lands died on the 9th. She was about up in the valley now.
electric pad truss company.
The imported suckers car leached
II. P. Stuarts, in exchange for sixty years old and highly respected
We acknowledge a call from J. M.
Fort land last week. The stock exceed
and beloved by all who knew her.
Kelly, of Lafayette, while visiting Mc
H. W. Scott of the Highlands says ed the demand greatly.
T he sensational election, special ses
Minnville for the first time in over a
that he 1ms a second crop of potatoes,
Judge Boise left last week for the
sion of legislature and low’ prices at beans,
peas, radishes and garden sass
(ieo. W. Burts drug store, are being generally in his garden and growing. east to attend the national grange.
Rohr inwardly blesses the man who
The recent sluicing of bars in the
The protracted meeting still con
stole his dog. On his last hunt he shot discussed all over the county.
ard wood bed steads from $3 up; tinues; is largely’ attended; persons Columbia river cost $8,906. of this
five fine ducks which he could not re
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at the McMi’inville furniture factory; arc deeply* convicted, and it is believed amount the board of trade paid $4,000
that much good will he done. Bet ween and the ORN company $4,900.
Born, in this city, November 16th, W. II. Bingham.
Attendants to the Christian mission
W alnut back lounges at the Mc fifty and sixty have joined the church.
1885, to the wife of Win. Campbell, a
ary convention in this city received the
line robust boy. Mother and infant do
Fendall and Harvy Bogue, are keep benefit of reduced fare by the Oregon
ham. Duly $10.
°11 hand a full lino of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps
fine line of tooth brushes, hand ing a bachelors hall in the old drug and California railroad company upon
The new pilot boat, Gov. Moody, is
and ( iotliing, and a compli'te line of Buckingham & Hecht Boots
store building and there are nine their return.
not a tug, as inferred by an article in
Mr. Vanatta of this city was put to a and Slioes.
widows in Sheridan and lots of girls.
the Statesman recently, but only a kinds of toilet articles at Rogers Ar Why; boyi’
great deal of unnecessary trouble at
( all and examine prices aiul quality. Also all kind of Rubber
Prof. Win. Crowhurst delivered a
F or sale, one wood saw’ ten horse aplendid temperance address Friday Albauy lately in consequence of a mis Goods. At Detmering’s you get bargains.
Mrs. Robt. Espy, of Shoalwater bay,
sister to A. J. Apperson and Mrs. E. B. Woodbury power, in good order. For evening t<* a small audience. The by he got another man’s overcoat, aud
Fellows of this city, is on a visit to Mc particulars rddress J. L. Castle, North citizens of Sheridan who did not at vice versa.
tend misseol a grand display of reason
O11 page nineteen of the late school
Do not forget that Bishop & Kay are ing, logic [and oratory. Hon. Wm.
J. S. Flett will live half way io Jones
BALL'S HEALTH PRE3U RVHTC CORSET.
laws of Oregon, it will be found that,
& Co.’s mill this winter. Ho has a job
only persons bet ween the ages of six
on his hands to open the road to the
1 wo-tliir<ls of the weakness and ills of female life ar directly attributable to the unyielding pressure of the
S. D an . and twenty-one are allowed the free
Ar Rogers &. Todd’s you will find a a good speech.
new mill site.
t 'orset. This evil has been entirely overcome in this Corset by the ELASTIC SECTIONS composed of a series of
E xtra st. ar coal oil at the Sheridan
We acknowledge a very pleasant call full supply of drugs, patent medicines,
E. O. Nortou, of the Vidette, has line coiled \\ ire Springs. These springs are warranted to retain their perfect elasticity till the corset is worn out,
from ('apt. Lafollett and a chat about toilet articles and everything usually drug store.
unto himself a wife in the come and, unlike rubber, will not heat the person or decay, with age.
Go to tl e Sheridan drug stoic for
his Corset yields readily to every respiration and is equally comfortable itf cuy position assumed by the
our county affairs which is quite bene kept in a first class drug store.
of Mrs. Mary E. Rice, well wearer. I Will
T he most complete line iu neck blue vitriol.
fit perfectly a greater variety of forms than any other.
ficial to the time«.
Go to \\ liner’s at Sheridan, for
Miss Clara B. Martin, the artist, has wear and furnishing goods on the west pumps, pipe ’ , hi hose
LI' Corset Pronounced hy the ittedical Profession not Injurious to
hardware, tinware, member of the Multnomah typograph- '
a fine studio at the college, where in side are at Bishop A. Kay’s.
structions in all kinds of painting and
’s Leading Physicians Below.
at Sanders A Martain’s gallery, are
crayon will be given.
tides and perfumery at the Sheridan of tips coast, a perfect gentleman, died
C hicago , October 23, 1880.
The Oregon Railway and Navigation giving the best of satisfaction as their drug store.
nt < laklaud on the 8th. He was a neph
1 nave examined Ball s Health Preserving Corset and believe that is in every respect best calculated to preser
of customers w’ill testify.
company has increased the facilities for dozens
W hen at Sheridan call at Whitmer’s ew of Rt. Rev. Bishop Morris. He took tin Iu all It of the woman who weals it. It does not seem possible for the wearer of such a Corset to be injured tty tif
R emember about the A. L. L. wool
carrying both freight and passengers blankets, tlaunels, and in factall kinds and he willl give you prices on hard part in the surveys for the narrow lacing. It should receive the favorable endorsement of the Physicians who have the opportunity of exanung it.
JAMES NEVINS HYDE.
ware and mails that will surprise you. gauge railways in this valley.
on the Wallamet river.
of woolen goods at Bishop A Kay’s.
. Do not faU'tn see that new and well
pvi> o 1? T-ompkiu^ who has served
C hicago . October 25, 1880.
In the initial number of the new Cen
I f you have watches, jewelry clocks Selected steffic. >f guns, revolvers ami
I fully endorse what Dr. Hyde says in the above note.
W. II. BYFORD.
his party with zeal and fidelity for for repairing go and see Wm. Holl, at
tury year, beginning the thirty-first
3ears, finds when it is too. late, that a the McMinnville jewelry store. His ammunition/'at Whitmer’s hardware volume of the magaziue, special stress
C hicago , October 13,1880.
1 have examined Ball's Health Preserving Corset, uml believe it to be the least injurious to the wearer of any
life long service avails him naught
work recommends itself and charges
D on ’ t fair to call and see that fine is laid on the fiction, which includes Corset I have seen.
A. J. BAXTER, M. D.
The statement that vandal hands are very reasonable.
new stock (if stoves and tinware of
C hicago , October 27, 1880.
were catching fish in the Wallamet
You can save letter writing, postage Whitmer’s when
at Sheridan. Prices
, r! in 'V,'1 iliu,vl?e al|y woman to wear a corset, but if she will do so—and she generally will—I advise her to use
ladder is disputed. It is said that the money order fees, time and trouble, by to suit the 3 most
tra, which opens the magaziue. is one one of Ball s Health Preserving Corsets, as it is less likely to do her injury than any which I atn acquainted.
ladder is no longer in sight.
A. REEVES JACKSON.
of the most attractive and unusual ar
ordering your newspapers and periodi
Secretary Manning ought to come cals at publishers prices through C.Gris
ticles, in point of illustration, ever
Io secure the best results with this Corset, it should not be laced tighter than necessary to produce a snug
to Oregon. He is very partial to red sen’s subscription agency.
fit, and should not be open to exceed one and one-half inches in the back.
..J has struck Carlton.
The boom has struck Carlton.
apples, and would not, if he could help
Mrs. E. E. Athey, sister of Mrs. I).A.
Jones A Co.’s playful mule from the
C. E EETMERINC, Sole Agt., for McMinnville.
it, eat an apple of any other color with sawdust heap at Nestucca, has been
Wallace, has taken up her residence in
and his name is Smith. He will fix
transferred to McMinnville for the your old boots or make you new ones. McMinnville. Mrs. Athey has lived in
A Portland street car line is to be winter. Most every mule in the coun
We want1 now a harness maker, a < )regon city a great many years, having
the first in I lie United States to do away try can stand on one leg aud wave the
store, a hotel, and a new depot. the respect of a large circle of friends,
with horses, and run their cars with other three round iu as many different di ug
The boys are getting a pair of box and acquaintances who regret her de
Broken D ohck .
compressed air, the igeuuity of a Port directions, but we think this mule is so ing gloves. Won’t there be fun, and parture. She comes here with a feel
E. W. WEHTJE,
ing that the opportunities tor her
docile as to be an exception.
Nature’s own remedy, Oregon Kidney Tea.
The Northwest has arrived, wood
Bob and Bill captured a couple of children are better here than there.
1‘. F rank , M.D., lateof Dayton, hav
City Hack and. £3xpi*eg»Hman,
•cuts and all; after so much puffery the ing associated himself with Dr. II.V.V. horned wolves in the mountains west
The Harrington Times has evidently porous plaster; price 2.5 cents. Sold by Burt.
•dose is nauseating. We quite agree Johnson, is uow prepared to attend to of town this week. No deer to be discovered some mossbacks in that
Ask your druggist for Oregon Kidney Ten.
Middle aged men who lack vigor and vital
McMinnville, - Oregon.
with the remarks of Mi. Sutherland all professional calls day oi night. Dis found now. you knoiv.
live little town. It says: “ When
can be cured by Gilmore's Aromatic
There will be a meeting at North you heal a man sneering at the ity
upon this subject.
wine. Sold by Kogers & Todd.
eases of women aud of the rectum a
Yamhill on Saturday the ¿1st at 10 a. local papers because they are not as O. K. T. stands for the best kidney remedy
R. W. Laucefield of Amity called specialty.
POST OFFICE BOX, No. 3.
m. to devise means, and raise addition big, cheap and newsy as other papers, known.
this week. He informs ns that their
Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis
Eulogies upon tin* late Senator W al al bounty for the extermination of
house is unloading an overstock of very
Mention of the ien, were delivered in the state sen wolves and cayotes.
PasseiigeiB conveyed and baggage transferred to
ate chamber Friday afternoon by Sen
Terpsichore presided at Win. Mer squander his wealth to assist in making Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath se
goods is made elsewhere.
and from all trains at reasonable rates.
chant’s on Friday evening lasr. Quite them better, and that generally Hie cured by Shiloh's catarrh remedy. Price 50
On joint ballot for Senator on Tues
r.asal injector free. Sold by Burt.
ftgrCommerci ps 1 Traveler* Sample Boom in
mony that the witnesses bore of the a number of the young folks of Carl papers have done more for him than he cents;
That hacking cough can be so quickly
llraly^s New Hank Building, McMinnville, Oregon.
day, Hon. J. IL Mitchell received 21 honorable, upright character of the de ton attended, and report a very enjoy has for them. The man who cannot
cured by Shiloh's cure. We guarantee it.
votes; Hon. Geo. II. Williams 15; bal
see the benefits arising to a town from Sold by Burt.
ance of repiiblcans 13 scattering. The quiet, unostentatious, honorable en
Tho wife, mother and maid who suffer
Wm.Enos has grown just two inches a newspaper has not the sense of an
I b ’ Packages and goods delivered to any part of the city at low rates.
from female weakness will find Gilmore's
democrats voted for Mr. Slater.
aromalio wiue a positive cure. Sold by
There were about twenty-five couple deavor.
B ridal Trousseau, set of three ern Oregon, visiting with her a few
Try Oregon Kidney Tea. Sure remedy.
present at the regular party given by
Wheat screanings, or screanings of Shiloh's
cough and consumption cure is
«Custer Post band, at Shobe's hall last pieces, chemise, and night dress, fancy days last, week, has returned to bunch any kind are among the least desirable sold
by us on a guarantee. It cures consump
Friday evening. Tb? music was very
of all food for poultry, though often
Mrs. Col. Peckham since her return
Shiloh’s vitalizer is what you need for con Hair < iiliing. Shaving and Sham»
excellent and the evening greatly en- drawers to match. All can be found
of appetite, dizziness, and all
at Mrs. H. P. Stuait’s, opposite the from her visit to Portland has been
ties. At best they are little better than Symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
Corner of Third and C Streets, Braly’s Brick.
There are wagon loads of contracts
1.5c SHAVING 15c.
Will Open October 12. 1885.
The remains of Miss Spiller were
The many friends of A. P. Wilson bran, except that they aie in more com
Why will you suffer from ague and malaria
such as Giles Bros. & Co., oiler to pub
Attention is rcsjrectfully invited to the su
will in the future find him behind the pact form, which is no iiHprovement. when Gilmore'^Aromatic wine will cure yon ?
lishers; carted off to paper mill waste
Ladie and childrens hair-cutting done any perior advantages afforded at this institution
by Rogers A Todd.
Mrs. Spiller, countersin Blackburn A Peckham’s They me often infested with mites, Sold
Nerve, life and vigor restored in mon and style desired, with neatness and dispatch. for preparing youug and middle aged men
heaps annually from printing offices Portland, for burial.
store, where he will be pleased to see insect eggs and fungus spores, which women
Bair dyeing of all descriptions warranted.
and women for the Counting Room and Busi
which arc conductad upon the basis of ,
arc liable to produce parasitic disease Sold by Rogers <£ Todd.
Fancy bar. dressing a ejiecialty. Hot or ness pursuits.
tht'academic department of the state them, one and all.
Actual business Departments specialty.
One night not long since, as in our and are rarely free from foul seeds
Shiloh’s Vitalizer is guaranteed street, between C and D, i icMinnville, Or.
A Polk county exchange says: F. j university, and the death of hei daugh sleep we were building castles in the which the fouls are wise to reject and complaint?
to cure you. Sold by Burt.
A. <’. WYNDHAM, Prop.
J. Martin, of Sanders & Martin, of Me- I
air, we imagined that our name was
Business course, three months................ $25 00
to infest, the fields. They should
Sleepless nights, made miserable by that
she buried her son,ami the is now child Hawkeye. That we would like to be leave
month ..................... 10 00
terrible cough. Shiloh’s cure is the remedy
Minnville, is in town this week deliver- | less.
Penmanship, per month......................... 5 00
been ground so tine as to destroy for you. Sold by Burt.
ing and receiving orders for their en , T he S heridan “Elkhorn Mills” have post master of Carlton,so we conceived have
Ornamental per course 30 00
all vitality and then they are of un John II. Yates,of Batavia, New York, says:
larged photographs Ivliich never fails changed hands again. “ The old a scheme ot send a petition signed by certain value.
“ I cbet rfuliy commend
Crayon Drawing, full course................... 30 00
r MULTNEH, Prop.,
about a dozen worthy democrats; to
Your aromatic wine;
to give satisfaction.
stand by,” James Morrison is running
It did new life and vigor send
Corner Third and B streots,
References : C. Braly ; P. F. Browne ; Jas.
Our Washington correspondent this the same and will be glad to have his the unsofisticated at Washington,
It did for nil my stomach ills
w#ek says those who are interested in old friends and the public in general saying that was our wish ;but not tell
them, of course, that we were a
More than the doctor nnd his pills."
We the undersigned dentists of Mc
the tariff question will be much disap to ra’l on him as ho will insure entire ing
J. L. R ogebh .
P. W. T odd .
mugwump, or that we were going to Minnville, have this day, mutually
Newhouse! New furniture! unsurpassed in
pointed when they see the document.' satisfaction to all.
take it from one republican house and agreed on the following prices fordeu-
Wll<l Uhcrry mid T'nr.
that have bee»n received m response to
Everybody knows the virtues of wild cherry ing to room. Single meals, 25 cents. Lodg
R. J. L an < efield A Son, Amity, put :t into another,thinking, , of course tial work, strictly foi cash in hand.
.Mr. Manning's circular of inquiry.
tooth on plate
$ 3 S'! and hrasa relict aud cure for any effections ing, 25 to 50 cents, according t«> room. Board Garrison Opera House Building, McMinnville,
having an overstock of clothing, mens, that they would not require certified Single
f»i of the throat and lungs, combined with these and Lodging, $4 m $6, per week. Fine Sample
Of those in attendance at the Chris | youths, aud boys, and overcoats; have details. Then the financial part pre- Each additional tooth on platu
In C 1 two ingredients area few simple healing reme ' Rooms and superior accommodations for eom-
tian missionary convention we ar- commenced a clearance sale of the sen ted itself, but it was not quite so Single
n i n, M's,
Full upper and lower plates.
IS C ) dies in the composition of Dr. Bosanko’s cough ' mercial 1 en.
Supper furnished Balls and
.' 1 and luug syrup making it just the article you parties at reasonable rates. Give me a call
klMlwledgu calls from Prof. Stanley, 1 same, at actual cost for cash. And in plersant to contemplate, for we Extracting single tooth
Extracting child* tooth, each
25 ¡•lioilld alw.tys have in thw liom-e, Ibr < •
and see for yourselves.
if Monmouth; Hon. T. N. 1'aiilcom i. > their entire stock will make it an ob thought that at present we were mak Smallest
.7» colds, croup and bronchitis. Price 50 cents
Have on hand a fine stock of
ing about $100 per year, but if we Smallest alloy plug
‘of Sheridan; Rev. J. W. Webb, wnr- i ject for any person w ith cash to call.
I e > and M 00. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
got to be post master, we could make Smallest gold ping
1 F, i
tary and I. G. Davidson, treasurer .
It is not only wild oats, that is troub
1 • i
So to • ase oui Destroying neive and fl Hing canal..
A senatorial gale passed over Me- i ling some of our farmers, but other on’y about $100.
CleFumg teeth, (lowest price)
V <iile money is close, wages and prices low,
Minnville Tuesday afternoon and noxious weeds are taking hold of our mind, concluded that wc could bal Mending ativ broken plate
. 2 5» «‘.»iHiises shoul i tie cut down in every house
broken plate when t <_>th aro
evening. It did not equal a Texas cy farms worse than interest bearing office, $100; by official gloiy,’$300; Mending
hold. Economy thn watch word for mothers,
added, ) *r tooth additional.
,'3 head oft doctor bills by always keeping in the
Paints and Oils.
clone, but. made things very lively i mortgages. The French pink, which total, $400. I then forwarded my p< -
AH work at the above prices will be house, a bottle of Dr. Ik^auko’a Rough and PILES, RECTAL ULCERS, FIS A Full M ik of School Book* and
along the streets, amongst signs, lum got such a start near St. Jo, is a weed tition, and await results , woiideiing if strictly fiist class in evei.v respect..
Lung Syrup Stops a cough instantly, relieves
SURES, PRURITUSANI, FIS
bei piles, etc. \o damage was done to | that must be closely looked after. my dream had anything t<> do with
«•on su nipt ion, cures eroup and pain in the chest
G. F. T ucker .
TULAS IN ANO, POLYPUS
fiT Physicians Prescriptions Compounded
in one night. It is just the remedy for hard
Threshei a cat ry it from field to field,
RECTI, E tc ., E tc .,
times. Price ¿0 con’s and $1 00. Samples free.
McMinnville Or., No.. 18th, 1885.
Typhoid fever has bet u almost epi- ! and it is a dread to the man upon But plainly speaking; now that Mr.
SoM by Roger* A Todd.
< ured in Nix Years by the H<Hik«*r-
demic at Amity. Among the deaths • whose land it takes loot.
Pet kham will soon have a n»w store,
< f i< i m i <» h rn.i >.
n until i»
Piles aie frequently preceded by a >¿*1190 «»I
Dr. J. 15. Pilkington, proprietor of the Fye
are Miss Spiller, teacher of the public i We lieailily coucur with Bro. Bakei, in whic h to put the p >>t .tfice, the
weight in the back, loins and lower part of the nnd Ear Infirmary. >in l hanitariiim
school, a child of Mrs. Richaidson, ami who says: This papei is devoted to: majority of our citizens, of both politi
In Dayton November 15th, by Rev. abdomen, causing the |wfieut to MipfioM** he ' for Wervoue IMsrase*, has been appointed
and iiliyslcian for t his system in Oro-
a daughter of Rev. Mr. Hubbard. Miss ligitimate and honorable subjects, cal parties, prefer to have it remain Mi. Bittner, Edwin M. Buikhart and has ««»me atleclion of the kidney«» or neighbor .agent
and Washington territory. Yo surer M c M innville ,
E migre .
Miss Minerva, daughter of D. L. Curl. ing «»rg^ix At liui*-*-. symptoms of indiges gon
Getchell, and Mr. James Booth are those that are calculated to make pro where it is.
•surgical Operation. No pain. No loss
tion are present, flatulency, uneasineM of the of blooil. in two months nave cured sev-
W. R. SIKITH, TrnprlFl.r.
still dangerously ill.
pie happier, wiser and wealthici ; and.
cases, who have before submitted to
Dr. L. L. Rowland. J. B. Hetlinger and atnmach, etc. A rmuslure, like |ier8piration, | era!
operations, and only received injury. Single meals
The Zealand energy which legisla if other papers were more manly and
Miss Hattie Jeffeison, niece of Mrs. producing .1 very <li?.-tgreeable itching, after severe
to refer to Mr. Jas. W. Weatn- Extra
tors show in the introduction of bills dignified they would do the same. I We wonder if items are as scarce 111 E. B. Fellows and A J Appeison of getting whi is a common ntfendaut. Blind,
ford, druggist, formerly of Salem; Mr.Frank
bleeding and it« l ing piles veld at once to tho Gardner, machinist; Mr. R. A. Rampey, Har Board per week
indicates that the members severally Then there would be no prize fights I other localities as they are here?
Dr. B«»w*nkn*a Pile Reirrdv, risburg, and others.
hi McMinnville. Noveml»er 11 th, by which ft« ’* dir.etlv inion the paits effected, ab I will hr ar th« Central Hotel. McMinnville, Board atd lodging
aud collectively endorse the announce It is the daily papers that fan all these | Senator Bird came home on Satui-
Ball Suppers a Specialty.
gv . M i . Sell ood. .t the leaideiice ot sorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itch from noon till midnight WEDNESDAY, De-
ment of the go vei nor that matters of destructive blazes. They publish noy-1 day from the legislature
tlie liiides parents, 11.1 Tinner, aud ing», and ejecting a |<ermat>cnt cure. Address,
I hope by courteous attendance to
vital importance to the people required i thing that will sell a copy “foi only a cd over Sunday with hi« family,
For particulars, pamphlet, etc., address:
Miss Came M. Goitiei. Long life The Di. Bo»-»nka Medi« mo <’o., Pinna, O. Sold
the wants of customers to merit pa
J. R PILKINGTON, M. D.
W. W. Nelson, the new county and happiness atteud them.
the call of the special session.
by Roger* A Todd.
Port land, Oregon.
M c M innville
N ovember 19
G. E. DET.nERLVG,