Image provided by: Yamhill County Historical Society; McMinnville, OR
About Yamhill reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1883-1886 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1885)
It wa- haunted though; but oy a race more atone bore the remembrance of my early love,
grim, though free from evil. We ascended ami yet I had not b?en true to his memory.
the stali-H, ami entered our different sleeping
apartments. Somehow I could not close my the dead for ever. Heaven. In Its merciful
eyes that night, and I sat myself down be judgment, ordains It otherwise; a veil of ob
side the table on which was the lamp, and livion is thrown over the past.
tried to think.
One early evening In July, having finished
Bernard occupied the next room to mine,
and I heard him walking to anil fro, to and the duties of the day, and administered to
comfort of my househohl, I was tempted
fro. He was equally restless. After sitting
about an hour gazing into the lamp, during to take a stroll In the cemetery, amt to wend
which time the house was quiet and still, the my steps towards the grave of Bernard Mc
servants having retireii to bed, 1 heard a Gregor. A woman stood beside me; she
deep, heavy groan, in Bernard’s room. I lifted her veil—I shrieked. It was Grace
trembled in every limb; the slightest sound Merton; I identified her, although she was
terribly changed. Conscience had evidently
startles one in the dead of night.
stricken her; she had beauty, even yet. Hers
“Bernard must I m ? ill,” 1 cried aloud, and
was too lovely a youth to ba withered by the
wrapping my dressing-gown hastily around
roughest storms of life.
me, 1 hastened to Ids door, and kniteked.
The freshness, the brightness, hail all gone
“Bernard, what is the matter?” I cried, iny
for ever; but the foundation of a once lovely
voice shaking with tenor.
and face still remained. She approach
No answer; but another groan. I rushed
ed me; all the cruelty had «lied away from
to my aunt’s room, amt hastily entered It.
“Aunt! aunt!” I cried, wldte with fear; that classic mouth, all the darts of triumph Leading Photographers of Oregon,
“I’m sure Bernard Is ill. He is groaning, which illumined those steel grey eyes were
spent Her gaze was fixed upon me now
and won’t open the door.”
with a long, mournful, sorrow-stricken sad
My aunt had just fallen into her first sleep.
rpilEllt GALLERÀ is the I nrgest ami
My voice partly roust'd her; she was dream ness.
1 .HoNt Coin pie to on t lie Faville <'»»a-U,
• Miss Lindon,” she murmured.
Uu' Take the Elevator,
I started back: the voice was hollow, and
“A wrong verdict,” she cried, excitedly;
it sent a thrill through my frame.
2!» W ISIHXG KkS SI
“an unfair one.”
“Miss Lindon that was,” I replied, “but
“Aunt—get up,” I implored; “Bernard Is
“Married!” she exclaimed.
“Illi—what’s that?” she cried, opening her
“Yes, married,” I replied.
eyes, and fully arousing herself to the pres
At the same time I felt my cheek color
I was kmnding beside another
“Oh I aunt, for Heaven’s sake don’t lose
man’s grave, but only a dead idol after all.
time; follow me.”
Mv Husband, as a sensible business man,
I hastened again to his door, and this time would not lie jealous of a piece of green turf
without ceremony, 1 pushed it open wide. beneath which the dust ami ashes of a lost
Heaven! shall 1 ever forget the shock I sus lover slept.
tained? Bernard’s face was white as death,
“1 don’t know Imw to address you,” the
and he stood leaning against the mantel wretched woman said. “Perhaps you think
piece, and gasping for breath. I shrieked , me presumptuous for daring to even look at
aloud for assistance, and my aunt came run
you after the wrong I did you in the past—a
wrong which I have bitterly suffered ami re
“My gootlness!” she exclaimed, lifting hei pented for. Do 1 not look as if 1 had had
hands; “how the room smells of oil of al my deserts for my wickedness?”
I shudderingly lifted my eyes to the hol
Trains on ami after Sept. I 1, IHH5,
“Oi! of almonds!” 1 repeated, huskily,and low cheeks, the sunken eyes, the ashen lips,
rushing to Bernard. “Bernard, dear, what and replied:
is the matter?” I cried. “Speak to me I”
“Yes, woman, you undoubtedly have.”
- He clasped my hands, ami turned his eyes,
“Woman I” she echoed plaintively. “Oh, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Ida 111.
unearthly hollow, ami wide open, upon me.
don’t speak so cruelly; call me Grace once
“He Is suffering from madness,” I cried, more—only once more I The sands of life
shuddering, to my aunt.
have nearly run out. I shall soon be sleep
At that moment she rushed to ids side, and ing as he is sleeping.”
Monday, We« I nest lay, Friday, 8 a. 1)].
fii.s head fell b v-k up-m my shoulder.
Site paused for breath, ami a liodow cough
“May the Lord help you to bear this—yout checked her utterance for the time. She
cross, poor child,” she said, assisting me te placed her hand to her head where her hair
hold his head, and desperately cmh-avoiinji lay like bands of enow—all the color hail
to speak calmly. "lie is poisoned—see!’’ long left it.
Firat-class ami Cabin passage
ami she clutched a small phial from hh
“ Steerage “
Heavens! I pitied her, wretch as she was.
I had been the means of getting her punish Grain |>er ton, 2,000 lbs.
“Send for tho doctor,” I cried.
ed; surely I ought tn i»e satisfied. I had suf
of the valley
“Too late, child,” she answered, placing fered also, but not as she had.
her hand to his heart; “lie Is dead.”
After all, what is the suffering of an in
He is dead! How many times did 1 find my
Willamette river boats will hereafter connect
lyis uttering those words: how they rang iu jtired one who can lay her head down at
night on her pillow and feel under Heaven with trains atCorvalli-. This new line is pre
my ears for months after. There an* realitiiv
that she is sinned against rather than sin pared to transport all the freight and pa-si n
ui life which although we know to be facts,
ning. compared to the horrible tortures of gers offering.
»eeiii to rise before our vision like a dread
the guilty one, whose conscience never rests,
WALLIS NASH, Vi«*«« Pre.«.
nightmare. II seems Impossible fol us to lie-
ami whose brain is racked by the condemn
lieve them until the healingpliysit i m time,
CHAS. C. HOGUE, A. G. P. A F. Agt.
ing fiend who hurls torments u|X)ii his head,
gradually reconciles tv* to. all 1 Lings.
until he feels that the hangman’s rope were
What a contrary effect trouble has on dif
an easy death?
ferent persons! How it alters the disposi
“Grace Merton,” I said, after a pause, “an
tion, alters the tenor of their whole lives I
There are some whom it crushes to earth swer me truthfully one question. Did you
hnally, who never lift their heads again; bill really love Bernard M< Gregor?”
From beneath the surface of that leaden Wholesale ami Retail dealers in Field. Vegeta
this is really in a measiir«« “selfishness,” for
ble, and Flower
we have the living Io think of,and this world cheek I saw the blood gradually dye it. just
requires action. There are others who he- as I had seen her blush years ago when she
come adamant it kills them. I don't’ mean bail tempted him on that summer morn.
“From my soul I did.” she replied. “Mail,
that it actually quenches the vimM'ftrk of lit»
Itself, but hardens tie* Ie*ai17 ilaadens the guilty as that love was, that crazy love at
brain, numbs tlie senses, and stagnates all tacked me at first sight. It was the love of
the sensibilities. With regard to myself, I madness born, which stops at nothing to se Imperia! Egg Food, Garden Tools,
can’t say that It actually had that effect, but cure its treasure. Had 1 not loved him 1
should have been saved from the crime which
it certainly changed me wonderfully.
It was some time be for * 1 awo e to the has rendered my life a living torture ami em
truth. Bernard had died f rom the effects of bittered yours. 1 was a vain, unprincipled •2<H> Necornl St., follia nil.
girl, I know; but I was really fond of him,
l^ttie iiolson; was it suicide, or murder?
1 -.1 liei< 1«'. wli.it I r . "H w .1* t liei e fol Mich and the thought of your being his wife near
Semi for Catalogue.
act what <li«»\'- him t" it? II inuider, ly killed me, and it drove me to sin aaad
^^Eho was tlx' ''til|>i it? \\ I." < i ii 11<I h;t\p""-i- crime. Forgive me—forgive me!*’
put p'lisoH mt" th it pliial'.' Wli.it ¡i week
She fell on her knees, ami our Uiwte met
once more. Hers was cohl—coM as the turf
^Hwlmiror it was to all of us.
Oregon Kidney Tea.
There was an Inquest held the following on which she knelt.
“I forgive you,” I replfeedt
Rise. Do not
Nature’s own Remedy
Thank Heaven, no horrible slur rested on kneel to me, but ask parton of. Heaven.”
Will speedily relieve and per
At that moment a voice close by said:
the venerable grey head ot my aunt; nor any
manently cure all the various
of the establishment.
“Her Maker has already par»lonvd anti call
difficulties arising from a disor
Questions were asked, as to who wore In ed her to Uon.”
dered condition <>f the
| ¡»lasted; and looked: up. A clergyman
the house on the previous day. We inform-
LIVER ANO KIDNEYS
ed the coroner that Grace Alorton was the ijood beside nie.
He bent his head down on a level with the
It is perfectly harmless und
I shuddered, as I uttered that woman’s woman.who knelt motionless at my feet. A
can be given to the most deli
cate woman or child. For sale
name, ami though no lingering thought dim dawning.of the truth flashed upon me.
by all druggests.
The face was cold and white, the lips wen
«truck any of * is before, yet, a,s L faced the
coroner, and his penetiatu^ eye reRteil upon parted; I placed my hand upon the brow, it
S nei . l , Ifi iisnu A W oodward ,
was cold also.
me, I felt the live blood leave uiy frame.
“Heaven has cille«! to a«*uouiit anothei
Go«xl Heavens! surely she was not his
wanderer,’ the minister said “She Is dead.’
I started up, and my lips murmured:
The vision of the dark silent figure, thick
“The Lord give rest to her soul!”
ly veiled, who entered the house on the pre
text of looking for her music, flashed upon
me with horrible distinctness.
M < M I N N \ I L L E ADV E R TIS E RS.
My appearance must have told volumes—
as these thoughts flitted in my brain, for the
coroner saj<l earnestly:
“If you know of any clue, you must speak
up; in a case of this sort you must not shield
It seemed very dreadful that I should I m ?
the means of laying a stigma of murder
against the very woman whom I had once—
ah, only a few days back loved as a dear
friend. L stated facts, though, just as they
really were, ami the verdict a» once went
against Grace Merton.
She was searched tor in all directions by
detectives, ami at last found. She was ar
rested, ami taken to await her trial. Mv ow n
heart told me she was guilty, and that 1 had
not been the means of arresting an Innocent
woman. How often my aunt’s saying rang
in my car: "There is no end to the trail of
What a wicked, unscrupulous wretch this
woman had ppved! Truly I hail taken a
viper to my bosom when I took her under
Hail she done this deed out of frantic, mail
love, or was it merely a bitter revenge to
wards me -poor, wrongeil me—who had not
injured a hair of this creature's head; who
had simply endeavored to prevent her from
committing a vile sin?
I will not lead the reader through the laby
rinth of a court of justice. Sufliup it to say
that the trial was held, and a verdict of “ac
quittal” on the ground of insanity returned.
Grace. Merlon was ordered to be detained
M. MINN vili, e \ i >\ I li I I.- -IKS.
during Her Majesty's pleasure, and was sent
A Farm at Bril Kock l*ri«*r
to an asylum for criminal lunatics.
Nit ii I
I’t of the <Ion.1 li»>11 land claim
m T I. R. 3 west, in sections
beginnm;’ on the west bound
lajni near the old tan \ard, at
1 heli's *oiith 22<leg. west, and
ten inches in «iiameter, !..«>
«leg. wot. 1 ».is
e mhi H i x2 «leg. < ust
». i I'» '¡I • li.im*. w it
ili« I p
in «Iiameter lh«*nuv
g. north 11 < liaiir- witne* <
mietei . thence • «mill 61 d«g
them «* we*t .‘W. I> «bain*.
lit • feet in diameter. thence
» ; 27 link', them e smith 23
»1 chain-, with old line of
i*. witne*s a red tir 24 inchi'«
thence oiith I.’» deg. west 5
*, a Hr 3 feet in «Iiameter;
10 «1« ;r. west, It links; thence
wi st ». 11 chains to piat i* of
Thus the hope of my early youth wasvi ucl-
ly wrecked in the morning of life, and my
existence for some years rendered a blank;
but time, which heals all things, healed me,
and ten years afterwards 1 married. Did I
love my husband? Wi II. that question takes
a little time to answer. Perhaps the love
was not of the same kind.
Fifteen years change the disposition won
derfully, ami tlx» woman of thirty-five look«
apon in«* in .i dUI....... . light to the gin of
twenty-one. Yes; 1 think 1 loved my hus
band, although lu* wa« not exactly my ideal.
In the fit-4 pl;i< e. hOWMh widower with a
fainilj*, anil a very business-like man. T al
ways hail rather an aversion ton business
Poor Bernard had been so very opposite
that it maile my taste fastidious. It is almost
as well that a woman should not meet her
ideal too early in life; It often spoils her for
the realities of after years.
I had no children; but my husband’s fami
ly were quite enough to keep me well occu
pied, and I was always of a disposition to
suit myself to circumstances.
I know now that I was simply a business
man's wife, and not tho bride of an officer of
rank and position, as I might have been. Mv
aunt lived with me, and took much of the re
sponsibility of tutoring a large family off my
hands; I had plenty of money, my husband
being a wealthy merchant.
Nome women would have envied my posi
tion; but my aunt thought I ought to have
done better, having sprung from a family ot
genius, and been reared in a school where
Mammon was not the only God. Yrs; I was
tolerably happv, and yet, notwithstanding
my present comforts, I would sometimes find
myself wandering about that little cemetery
at Rothsev. where a green mound and white
I will sell mv farm at a price that will com
pare with the timed, Il consists of
MEW GROCERY STORE,
Third Street, McMinnville,
lathe place to buy your FRESH FAMILY
A unw. neat and clean atock. Every article
A No. 1. Fruit Jara, Butter Crocks, Colored
Gia A ware, Cutlery, Cased Good«, To
bacco. Tipee and Cigars.
*1 imi a il le.
One block east ol Planing Mill, Th i ni Mreel,
between D ami E.
Carries a full stock of Furniture. Carpets, Wall
Paper, Bini Cages, Baby Carriages, Ac., which
he sells at prices so reasonable that none van
Repairing done in a neat and -ub.danti/
Treah Fruit and Vegetable« in Season
(iive me a call. Inspect tny «tack, and I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
All p«rik>uii knowing IbrmnelTw indoblod
to th» nndereignnd vil» plMM rail »nd rat
lie by Ih» flmt of Oraembor. No «noonnt
will bo «lloved to ran orar. All «ooonntn
not mid by January I at. will be planed in tbe
1 band» of attorney» for oolleetion.
A. J. APrEBNON. |
DAVIS SEWING MACHINE,
Of which I keen a full stock ready to simply
customers on snort notice ami at prices cheap
as the cheapest. Attachments, needles, oils,
etc., constantly on hand. Mach 'les as well as
furniture neatly repaired, and satisfaction
Please call and examine goods and prices
™. nom» & co-
Sole Agents for Ore -o:.
I Washington for
By virtue and authority of an execution
and a datwaa of forealoaim and order of Rule
duly lsHiiedout of the circuit court of the
Rtat«' of Oregon for the oonnty of \aiuhillon
, the 13th day of October, A. D. 1885, upon a
' judgment duly enrolled and docketed in the
clerk’s office of said court in Raid county on
the 2d day of October, A. I). 1885, in favor of
R. II. Todd, plaintiff, and against Geo. <’.
Robison, and J. 8. Robison, the beira at law
H. Robison deceased, Fann ie B. Robi
hoii , I. R. Dawson, Thomas J. Shaddon and
Elizabeth Hodge, executrix of the estate
of Charles Hodge deceased, defendants,
for the sum of $467.67 and interest at
the rate of in per cent. (>er annuiu from the
2d day of Ootober, 1885, and the sum of $50
as attorney’s fees, and the further sum of
$17 costs; and to me duly directed and de
livered. I did on the 21st day of October, A.
I). 1885, seize and levy upon the following
described real property to-wit
west end of a certain piece of land situated
on the west side of the town of McMinnville,
in the county of Yamhill, state of Oregon,
and more particularly described ns followR:
Beginning at a stake 3u feet south of tho
east and west line of Oeorge Bangasser’s
premises and 2»»4 ft. west of A street in said
town oi McMinnville, thence west 200 feet;
thence south 195 feet; thence east 2n0 feet;
thence north 195feet to the place of beginning,
containing three-fourths () of an acre,
more or less, together with the tenements,
hereditaments and ai)purtenan«3es thereunto
Now, therefore, by virtue of
said execution, on SATURDAY, the 28th day
■ f NOVEMBER. A. I>. 1885, at tho hour of 2
o’clock, p. m., at tho court houtse door, in the
town of Lafayette, in said county, I will acll
at public auction, the above described real
property, belonging to said defendants, to
the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
judgment, costsand accruing qosts.
Dated this 21st cay of October, A. I). 1885.
E. B. COLLARD,
Sh« -iff of Yanihjill county,. Or.
By T. J. H akbi . j , Deputy.
MOIJNE ÎI Í. •
nt ev i lenee of the truth of what we »
utting SO cubic inches ha«i 324 His.
it!) o’lty an actual draft of 2D2 pounds,
are the Best Made.)
AKE ALSO AGENTS FOK THE
Superior Seed i )riils,Superior Broadcast Seeders^
All our H «crior Drills, also Broad a t .< •
’ r < urass seed attachments, ami are complete with
neck-yoke, doubletree*' etc., umi a e pmitive force-feed. Sole Agents for
Corbin’s Disc I hu-i-ow aud Scecley-^
SepiUTTLER F/VRM WAGOJMS
' h.ipin Spring-Tooth Harrows, Deere Harrows, Challenge Feed Mills, I’aixfia
Fanning Mills, Harh Barbed Wire, etc.
Hall , ■ '■»riiiiC';?.. California Von der. xnr.Send for Speeiul circulars and Price List.
OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE
I Have K ci ) k > v <'<! to
BRALY'S NEW BLOCK,
Next Door to the Bank.
MY MOTTO: QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS
EXAMINE GOODS AND ASCERTAIN PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
A. It. 1885 |
at tho hour of nine o’clock isi the forenoon
of said dav. and on the preiqisiH in th« oity
of McMinnville, hereinafter jdeaoriDed, duly
sell at public auction, upon the terms here
inafter stated, the following I described real
estate belonging to said ddeedent, to-wit:
Lots No. 2,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. and! 9, of block No.
5 of Newby h 3d addition to jthe city of .Mc
Minnville, Yamhill County, (l)regon, accord
ing to tho recorded plat thereof. Lots No.
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, of block No. (1, of Newby’s 3d
addition to the oity of Me,Min|nville, Yamhill
(’ounty, Oregon, according J.o the recorded
plat thereof. Lots N .
“.,Tand 4. of block
No. 7, of Newby’s 3d adtrf«N<—i • the city of Portland and the East. Rates of fare from $8 li'l to $12 3.’> du.1 <1 m Conn
McMinnville. Yamhill County, Oregon, ac
oil Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City, and other point- than via aay other
cording to the recorded plat 'thereof.
line. Emigrant sleepers with free berths hauled entirely oil ex
N". I. 2, and 3, of block No.
of Newby’s 3d
press trains. All accommodations first-class. Time from
addition to the city of Me Minnvills, Yam
hill < ounty, Oregon, according to the record
12 to 18 hours quicker than any oilier route. Write for
ed plat thereof.
Lots No. 7 and « in block
rates, maps, time-tables, guides ami full informa
No. 2, of Newby’s 3d additioh to ‘he city of
tion given free of charge. Trains leave Port
MoMinnville, Yamhill Country, Oregon, ac
3 p. ni..
cording to the recorded plat) thereof. Lots
No. 3 and I, in block No. 3, tof Newby's 3d
General agent, No. 1, Washington St., Portland, Or.
addition to the city of MoMinhville. Yinnhil!
('ountv, Oregon, according tp the recorded
plat thereof. Lot No. 4, of Newby's 2d addi
tion to the city or town of McMinnville, Yam
hill ( ’ounty, ( Iregon,according io the recorded
plat thereof^ also fractional lot No. 4, added
to said lot No. I, last aforesaid, as indicated
in the recorded plat of Newby's 3d addition
HARNESS AND REPAIR SHOP,
to the city of ¡McMinnville, Yamhill County
Oregon, also a fractional block lying across
Under Odd Fellows' Hall, Third St.,
the street immediately east of lot No. 8, of
block No 2, of Newby’s 3d addition to tbe
city of McMinnville, Yamhill County. Ore M c M innville ,
Third Street Bet. < mid I»,
gon. also the following tract of land to-wit:
Invites you to
Beginning at the southeast corner of lot No.
I. of block No. (3) three, of Newby’s 3d ad
(.'all ami examine his
dition to the city of MoAlinnville’ Yamhill
W li i|i*,
(’ounty, Oregon; thence south 6.95 chains:
thence north 77}3 deg. west 8.82 chains to E
street; H etice north along E street 6.06
chains to the southwest corner of lot No. i 4 )
four of said block No. (3) three last afore
said. thenco east 246 feet to the place of be
The Best Variety
ginning, containing 2.43 acres, together with And Everything kept in a first-class shop,
the improvements thereon.
(¿^TRepairing neatly done nt Satisfactory
Also the following tract of Ipnd, to-wit:
Beginning at the southeast corner of lot No.
( 11 one. of block N q , (3) three, of Newby's
Call and get my prices before looking
3d addition to the city of McMinnville Yam
hill County, ( >regop; thence south 6.95 chains
more or 1 ms U> th* center of Cosine creek;
thence down the center of said (’¿zine creek
t< the railroad bridge; tbencel northerly
For the money, ever brought to the o
along sai«l railroad bridge to the southeast
town of McMinnville.
corner of the old cemetery. being at a point
16 feet south from tho southeast corner of
Order Work a Specialty P-
lot No. 5, nf block No. A, of Newby's 3d ad
dition: (hence along the south aide of said 16
Order Work to Give
foot alley to west end of said alley; thence
north along west aide of lot No. 1. of block
No A, aforesaid, to southeast corner of lot
Garrison Opera-house building, D street,
Call and examine my Good« before
No. 3, of block No. 4, «-f Newby's 31 addition
Opposite tho postoffice.
purcliawing else whore«
aforesaid, thence west 180feet to th» place of
beginning containing 3.37 aoreR of and.
Also, Agent for
11 to 500 Miles the Shortest
D. C. HARVER,
o NEW STOCK I
New Millinery Store
Mrs. G. II. Goulet,
Inquire of Fenton A Fenton attorneys for
estate, La Fayette, Oregon, or Charles W.
Talmage, agent, nt McMinnville, Oregon.
Land Oilier Xoli««.
L and O ffice , at Oregon City, Or..
October 29tb. 1885. (
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed his intention t« make
final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will lie made before the county
judge or county clerk of Yambill county, at
Lafayette, Oregon, on Friday. Decern b i 18,
John W Green, homestead entry
.l"2 for ----------
the N. '3 of -----
N. ... E.
and the E.
of the N. W.
T. 2 H., K
He names the following witnesses to Drove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: William Hall, W p
Robertson, N. Chamberlin and A I). Kun
noia, all of North Yamhill. Yamhill conntv,
L. T. BARIN.
Fay s Waterproof Building Manilla.
Mrs, Werner «fc Teshau,
We have just received a new stock of
LOOK AT THIS!
Having disposed of our
property,we will close
our entire stock of
l’rioes lower than ever.
Dressmaking and Fancy Sewing a spectalty.
goods at cost. Com
Third street, Campbell’s building.
mencing on Monday,
September 7th. Call
and see for yourself.
RHODES & SON.
GALLERY, Genuine Apple Brandy.
Old Poet office Building. D Street.
M c M innville
Girl Wsier. Propristor.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed have been duly appointed joint
cutors of the last will and teatament of
Henry Warren deceased, by the county court I
Repairing of Guns, Pistols and Sewing
for Yamhill county, Oregon.
having olaims against the estate of said de Machines a specialty
cedent. are required to present them duly
VJJ> < • 111 ss l-'ov
verified to ns. at the office of J. E. Magers <t
McMinnville, Oregon, within six months
All kinds of Machinery; «nd kee| constantly from this date
on band Wagons, Plow«, Seetfers, Harrows, J. E. M AGERS.
C. O. T. WILLIAMS.
Will receive orJns for meal, flour, oats, bran
Attv. for the estate.
Dog Carts, Etc., Etc.
aro jus» arriving und lin
LOWER THAN EVER
Messrs HENDERSON 4 LOHAN BEOS
Finest Goods !
TERMS OF KALE.
Boots & Shoes
The latest improved implement for sowing stininier fall.»v>.
a.................................................... The inont complete ami successful tool for this purpose iu USC.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT BY
virtue of a license and order of sale, duly
made and entered of record on the 7th day of
.July A. D. 1885, by the Uohnty Court of
Yamhill Gouuty Oregon, thw undersigned,
Sarah J. Newby, executrix df tho last will
and testament of W. T. Newby, deceased,
I i i<ln> li»r 27 lit «lay tii Xniember
Thu fact that over ." 6
< laim for thin imp,.-,
actual draft ; the I
Hats, BonnetH, Notions in the Dry Goods
One half cash in hand on day of sale, bal
ance one year's time secured by note and line, and a full stock of articles to which the
of ladies is respecfully called.
mort gage on property and drawing interest
from day of sale, al 10 per oent pc- annum.
Deeds at expense of purchaser. Title per
This waterproof material, resembling fine
HARAH J. NEWBY,
leather, is used for roofs, outside walls of build
Millinery and Dressmaking
ings, and insid- m place of plaster. Made
Dated (fetober ?7tb, A. D. 1885.
also into carpets ami rugs.
) best bargains in
1 (¿ood House nn«l Hai-n.
thence down the t a -t bai
the county r>> ui m ar tin
nt distance Horn the w:
»enable the dd 11» nry I
i<h uik I tliei.-by form a
the ami* with a fence ;tiu
said tTcek; thci
«1 ci' .*k to tiio >'
n K Henn
of h< ginning.
thci« i. ••« lo virtu
“ 12th day of December
1885. it th. Iioitr <>l on«* oN louk, p.
tn., at the court hou c de
in the town <»f
Lntavettr. in aid cmintv an«l t.ite. I will
*«•11 .it publi. uiction, tlx* al-ov <le.*crihvd
I defendant Phelw* Ii.
Bak. r. to th
• t biilder for cash to sat-
it, c i t* an*l uecruing
11th dav of November
A good orchard with small fruits i*onsiating of
raspberries, g»M»seberrie.'« and currants. As good
a well ol water as can be fouud in Yamhill.
This is a new departure, end the first Immi
grant who comes along will find a bargnin.
(’. A. SWEET.
Al'O th«* following described real estate
to-wit : All of that part of tin* original do-
natioii land ' i.iiin orjoel Perkins and wife,
known as lot No. 2, being a tract lying
north of a west line lr«un the northwest
corner of B. Whitlow's land bought of B.
Ilayderofi’ from the west one-half of said
donation ' laim, and running to the west
line of sail! claim in T I S R 3 west.
Also the following described realestate,
to-wit: 'I’ll'' original donation land claim
of Oliver )\ hillock ami wife in I’ I S It I
west, -ind ip T ;*, s R I w< t, and in T I S R
3 we; , claims No. s| and !M) ami 73, the
~ame being No. 1616, in Yamhill county,
state of Oregon.
Also th<* f«-ll«»wing described real estate,
t'-wit : A part of tin* original donation
land claim of Matthew Patton, in section 5,
6, 13 ami 32, in T. I >8., R. 3 west, ami
boitmled as follows : commencing at tlx*
southeast corner of -aid claini, thence west
11. II chains to si mt liea-t corner of R. \V.
Denney's land : thence north IL.2S chain • to
Denney's northeast «orner: thence cast II.
.36 chains to east boi
claim; thence south
state of ’ iregon.
A I-< • the follow ing
to-wit: A part «if
land claim of Joel I
bounded as follows,
wit: Beginning at
tlx* northeast corner
.»id donation claim,
thence n«>rtji 73dcg
•t .‘»y.lNfchai.i ;thc,ii e
north7.’xt« hains; tic
< ooth id <!< • »it to
place of beginning.
Also the following
lo-wit ; Beginning ;
.M.S,) chains we t an
the northwest «-ornci
II. west. \ at iation
2lt. 12 chains, ipterse«
of ,1. Bird claim 11
along th«* hue ol Bit
wist boundary line
clainr- ;lheiit >■ north
the ice < asl : » chai
chains t>> the north''
nation I md < laim .
line of Dtniawav'•
stake on M. I’.dlo;.
northeast corner of
Tlx ace south betw<
23.85 chain - io the p
ate«l in Yandiiil cult
Also tlu1 following
to-wit. A.l "i that |
nation land claim of
in Yamhill < - »uni \,
No. 1.016, hi ,
at a stake
south of set tion .) ii
thence south 32 eh
inches in diameter.
nortlrof a li:< ■ imm
ruiinin : tin tn ■ »»I <
bonixlai vol ml < la
Al o the lollowin:;
to-wit : A part of tl
¡and claim, ihtutei
state of Ort; on. co
west «-orner or «i l<
following the w. t> r
tlx* said John B ik I <1
an anulc lO.t"' < hain
BLACKBIRÏ h rECKHAM J
I An i ih but two mile« uorlh «»I McMinnville.
About 55 acres improved, and most stacked
with timothy, with a pasture of 25 acres in ad
Office of Comptroler of the Currency,
W ashington , D. (’. Oct. 7, 1885.
Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to
the nmiorsigned, it has been made to ipjwar
I that tho First National Bank of McMinnville,
in the tmvn of McMinnville, in the county of
) atnhill, and Rtato of Oregon, has complied
with all the provisions of tho Revise«! Statute»
of the United States required to be complied
with before an association b I ih II be authorized
to commence tho business of banking. Now
therefore, I, Henry W. Cannon,comptroler of
the currency do hereby certify that the First N»
tional bank of McMinnville’in the town of Mc
Minnville, in the county Yambill, and state
of Or g<»n, ia authorized to commence the busi
ness of banking as provided in seeiion titty-one
hundred ami sixty-niue of the Rev iso« I Statutes
<»t the United States. In testimony whereof
witness my hand and seal of office*, this 7th
day of < letober, 1885.
HENRY W.C. NN<>N,
< 'omptroler of the Currency.
No. 3,3V9. 32.10t
Rites Between Corvallis and San Francisco.
II I ker, im the *u
li im« I r«-> I ami sevenl
lai ' 11271 !«• . I’ >
terest from tins d.i
annum, ami the fu
• ¡ i
the turi her ■ um «»f
duly «lire» ted and •
lltl’i day of X. hi in
and levy upo • the f<
• state to-wit : Tie
land owned by A B.
time of their death i
AGRICULTURAL ANDMIS» ELLA NEOUS.
THE STAR MILLS.
For Sale by
I'U VXK kl.OI < lllk.
M c M innville ,
New Grocery and Provision Store
Just openetl on
Third Street, two Doors East of
And deliver the Mme to any pert of the oity
ifl-Thsi we ,«y (be HIGHEST TRICE for
All persons indebted to me either by uote |
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
(.eave Orders at Stable,
all kinds ef produce,and give 10 percent, off or Rooonnl will please call and settle by th« i
exchange for countrv produce. Call and
l.Vh of N«)vemb
F W. REDMOND. i Corner Third and D Sts.. MoNiunville. Or. examine good« and prices.