Yamhill reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1883-1886, March 11, 1886, Image 2

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THE REPORTER
w
M auch 11
M c M innville
EDITORIAL
NOTES.
The bridges on the east side line of
the narrow gauge system, will be re­
paired thia spring or summer.
A three hundred and eighty-pound
shark was caught at Tacoma last
week. It was found in the waters of
the bay.
Passengers going east should take
the Oregon Short Line. By so doing
one night on tho road is saved and
two disagreeable changes avoided in
the middle of the night.
An elegant steamer is to be put on
Yaquina bay soon, to ply
Newport and other poi
who intend to visit tl^fi
will find th
Shore, Ore-(
L. Samud
deserve«
all
gon’s popa
the wor<m
■' V '
the
. Th
> i <:w
seemed to die without pain.
W. F. Sleppy was elected director
at the school meeting, and H. Z. Fos­
ter clerk. A. S. Bible, J. A. Cain and
W. A. Graves, were elected a commit­
tee to ascertain if tho academy or Fos­
ter’s hall could be purchased ; and if
so at what price.
And also the price
of a suitable location and the cost of
building a new school house. The
meeting was harmonious and the pros­
pect of Sheridan having a schoolhouse
is encouraging. A meeting is called
for March 15th to elect two directors,
and hear the report of said committee
and transact other business
SPRING
BALL
CÀ
GOODS
ROGE ILS & TOW
Direct from N. Y. City.
LEADING
GOOD GOODS, LATEST STYLES.
LOWEST PBICES,
EVERYTHING As REPRESENTED
- ST —
«i
Miss F. E. RUSS,
LEADING MILLINER,
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•#♦
Third Street, McMinnville.
f-' I > \ il.;.; I’ll!,-) Will
S. D an .
Willamina.
JW. H. H. Cary U. moving into his
new hotel on Nectúcca avenue.
L It i« rumored-in this vicinity that
• part of the ^iletz reservation will be
wilDpen to settlement,
man Bros, will in a short
their saw mill here, and will
flmt .I«.« lumber as cheap as
öä UCGISTS
MMINNVILLE, OREGON
THE
5^f*Ord“rs from the country promptly end t
carefully filled.
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
I \ ’•! . I !,
i! l ■!
( I let > f’<d|, (,, | M ■ . j yell by ( ‘ H «,(t P I >st|
¡J nday evening, Maroh 19th, 1886.
sw I khi entering ihj' hall w.l! b • pr«». i.le.l with a Culico Apron to be worn during
ig. Gentlemen will purchaso a Calico Necklio, which is unolosed in an envelope,
I; and the lady wearing the Apron corresponding with the necktie which a gctitle-
burebased, shall be his partner during the evening at tho hall, while dancing,
intk'juan will bo admitted unless he has received an invitation.
will probnl>l y be t he last dance of t he ScrieN for this seHM»n.
Garrison Opera-house building, D street,
Opposite tho postofiiee.
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OE DlìI GS and Medicines in
ambili County, which we will sell
it as low price's as aii) house -
in the county.
By order of Committee.
*
je of—
MoMinnville,
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'Jrego
Has just opened her New Spring Stookjd
Hats, Bonnets and Fine
gfSl
STATIONERY AN
THE LEADING CLOTHING HOUSE
RULINEKY C
! Physicians ft
tan. .igb’kud qu
a lc f pro
d irjctrn
us taken therefrom.
given
J. McAyear passed through town
Alba
i Capitali«
the other day with a complete outfit
the peopl
that if a
for housekeeping. Mr. McAyear lives
furniahe
11 be introduces on Nestucca above the falls, and had
factory.
That!
to eetabl
the misfortune to lose his house, and
what a wa
a little busi- every thing ip it, by fire a couple of
nesa sagacity will i
ish. Manu­ weeks ago.
factories is what Albany nqedu, and
Work on the cinnabar mine, twelve
this opportunity will not he missed by miles west of here, is progressing nice­
the citizens. Sec if it is.
ly. This is the same mine that was
A fascinating chance for scientists discovered by Mr. Lamson in 1856.
and other searchers after knowledge Mr. Lamson, while hunting, came to
is offered by Mr. J. W. Buel of St. the place and noticing a peculiar kind
Louis, in his scheme for exploring the of rock, broke off quite a chunk of it,
island of New Guinea. The subscrip­ and took it homo where it remained
tions should be a mere bagatelle to an for eight or ten years, when a gentle­
ambitious young man, and the mani­ man named Beals stopped at Mr. L.’s
fest advantage over Arctic exploration for the night and noticed this ore. He
need not be noted.
finally took a piece of it to San Fran­
On the 18th Senator Mitchell in­ cisco and had it assayed ; it was found
troduced a bill having for its object to be seventy-five percent, quicksilver.
the recognition of the rights of those Mr Beals then came back to Lamson’«
settlers who purchased lands from the and asked the old gentleman if he
Noithern Pacific railroad company could find where he got the ore. Mr.
within what was know as the limits of Lamson replied that he could go di­
the terminal location of that road at rectly to it, and so they started 'or the
Wallula, affected by Commissioner mountains ; the country on their jour­
Sparks’ decision. Mr. Mitchell’s bill ney looking perfectly natural to Mr.
provides that the settlers on these Lamson, but when they-a, lived at the
lands shall be allowed to purchase spot where he picked up the orc, it
them from the government at $1 25 was found that nearly the wlolc
per acre.
mountain had slid down.
When Mr.
A. M. Starr, familiarly known as Lamson was there first, lie noticed
Add. Starr, for many long years in some very large alder trees and said
Portland, one of our first and well re­ if he could find those trees he could
membered Oregonian acquaintances; locate the lode, but those trees were
is now running a flouring fuill at never found by Mr. L- but a short
Westport near Vallejo, California. time ago some parties wa^k.l out a
The mill is six stories high, and has a large alder log that had been buried a
capacity of six thousand barrels per great distance under ground, and the
day, equalled by no mill in Minneap­ supposition is that this is one of the
olis except one which is inferior in trees that Mr. Lamson saw, and this
auxiliaries.
The auxiliaries are a being the case they must certainly be
warehouse 1,000 feet long, two stories near the goal.
L.
high, and a wharf 230 feet wide, with
Lafayette.
railroad and shipping facilities.
The business of making bogus gold
coin for the profit is shown by official
reports to be uncertain to the makers.
Gold coin counterfeits upon a 10 per
cent margin shows the counterfeiter
has become an economist, studying
bullion values. The silver value is
about 21 per cent, margin ; but the
greatest profit is in the bogus nickel.
Tho nickel five cent piece only rep­
resents 1 j cents value. The stock of
nickels in the United States repres­
ents 100,000,000; and nobody knows
how many of these millions may be
spurious.
CORRESPONDENCE.
8heridan.
Frosted every night last week.
Farmers hard at work seeding, and
trade very dull in
>r is able to ait
vering.
gf
up. a
4 a fine horje to
B.
' ess last week.
drop
his fny span of
LanceOat for|300.
S í tota Bupi(, Sr.’. fapl<4> of ffamirnl
dito
L pja.
1. ii
i
ruts. ”
r
y wl .
.-t
v-fl’
M
York
pleas
Faili
i will star* to New
on a trip of
A large bouquet of wild Howers was
picked in Mr. Burbank’s field a few
days ago, tho first we have seen this
season.
John Milloy’s little girls have been
very sick with scarlet fever.
Carrie,
tho eldest, was not expected to live,
but is now considered out of danger.]
The other two are also improving.
At tho annual school meeting B. P.
Ungerman was elected director, and
John Thompson re elected clerk.
A
tax was voted which will, in addition
to tho public money, support it six
months free school next fall and win­
ter. A number of citizens wanted a
large enough tax to support a free
school nine months, but the majority
of the tax payers voted it down.
The Odd Fellows ball given last Fri­
day e Sning was well attended, a num­
ber being present from Carlton, North
Yamhill and other places. Everybody
seemed to have a splendid time, and
all did ample justice to the excellent
«upper provided by the wives of the
Odd Fellows. On Saturday evening a
jsociable was hold at tho hall of the
" three linkers.” the members, their
wives and a number of invited friend«
being vreiUDi- Bunner wasspioad,cof
1 ■ served and a'^ff yabh time wits
■ Sr nt; a .
£«i by,»ii.
\
—MANUFACTUHJCBS OF
First-Class
WAGONS, HACKS, BUGSIES, CABRIAGES,
Etc. Etc.
H Street, between Thirdand Fourth.
I^FCarriege Painting and Repairing a
Specialty. Perfect satiafHotion guaranteed.
GIVE VS A CALL,
HLOC’KN,
l.VD
I
Enquire of
52.13t SPENCER A TALMAGE,
Agents.
Thirty head of thoroughbred Amerioau
Merino Sheep, ns rood as any in Oregon,
for sale. Address: W. H KEEN.
52.5t
North Yamhill, Or.
Sheep For Sale
THIS CELEBRATED TROTTING HORSE
will make the season of 18FWI, at the folios
mg places : Lafayette, Monday’s and Tues­
days; McMinnville, Wednesday's and There
day’s; North Yamhill, Friday; and on Satur
day’s at the farm of J. ,J. Carey, two mile,
north of Lafayette.
WILBURN is a beautiful bay, 15 hands I
inohes high, and when in good condition
weighs 1,157 pounds. As times are hard we
will Btand Wilburn at the reasonable low
terms of $10, $18 an<l $25, while other horses
that are not as welt brtd as he is, charge
Cium »$»/><) fco *i’7A. Wo will make n hLoral ru
¿action when one man breeds two or more
mares, or when a man makes up a club of
mares. Any one that wants to breed durin«
the month of March will have to bring the
mares to the farm of J. J. Carey, two miles
north of Lafayette. Wo will furnish good
pasture for mares left in our care at *2 a
month; all care will be taken to prevent ac­
cidents. bat will not be responsible fur any
that may occur.
Wilburn bay, foaled 1877, bred by Gen. \V
T. Withers; sired by Alamo, record 2:34 a4 .
son of Almont. First dam by Melbourne, Jr..
Bire of Jim Irving, 2:23; second dam by Al
hoit, son of Alexander’s Abdallah; third
dam by Briguoli, record &W, aon of Main-
brino Chief; fourth dam by Pilot, Jr . sire of
seven in 2:30 lists: the dams of Maud S.,
1°’i» Jay Eye-See four-year-old, 2:19, do.;
fifth dam by Ole Bull, sire of Chicago, 2:21,
son of Old Pilot.
Wilburn is of good size, and compactly
built. He is thrice inbred to the siro of
Goldsmith Maid, thrice to Old Pilot, and
twice to Mambrino Chief. Tho above rates
are lower than thoao fixed upon horses of
the same quality in the east. The season fee
of Almont, R>re Altmont and grandsire of
Wilburn, is $300.
Wilburn is registered in American Trot­
ting Register. Vol. 3, page 669.
J. J. CAREY,
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(’LABE BRYAN.
52: Ißt
Proprietors.
12
CENTR AL H A It KKT
D. fi. Sawyer. Proprietor.
gard to liquor license, excepting sec­
tion 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, ti.e Sunday
school missionaries are here at work.
I’hey arc both good speakers.
R W. I nncefleld has purchased the
Stephen’s stock ranch on the Willa­
mina, which ho will stock with cattle,
In the Briedwell school district they
voted « lj mill tax and applied the
same to repairing the house and
grounds. It will be the nicest district
school in the county.
On passing up into the Williams
addition to the town of Amity, we ob­
serve new sidewalks along many
blocks the same being made voluntar­
ily, which speaks well for the citizens.
S andy .
■
SELLING OFF
Grey Merino,
White Merino
■
i mwwwqM i <M»i, ^ity«¿y
White Blankets;
Grey Blankets.
Ladies and Misses Wool Hose.
<-ALL AT ACTUAL COST4-
eni
LJDIES'
Will be given at Anperspn’s on Geni's
Boys Clothing. Singl<‘ Pants will I
x
sold from $1.50 up. Vests and
Coats accordingly.
These goods were ¡di bought within the last
two years direct from first-class houses
and manufacturers, and are not the
RjEFl SI OR v< Ct All LVriONS OF SOME
II \ \ I
I I
I"
Ion ■ '
Fresh Meat of all Kinds,
M Veal, Etc.,
. ol.D IN Al. MfN’NVIl.LE
(LO.1KS
imi many oilier Dines
fon numerous to
mention.
ease rail anti see prices
WITHOUT
, . li in han.l ,,r very short credits.
.
Redmond
V J. APPERSON,
the Ohl Corner.
' /
Patronage Respectfully Solicited
H0BÀ& aiANNnïG.
: AND SHOE HOUSE.-
Third strfeet, MoMinnville. Or
THE LARGEST
AND FINEST
Hair Cutting. Miavlug aiul >liant*
STOCK
EVER
Xa.
To tlic Ladies.
I M1»< HtTERS
Mrs. IMts Donald,
COST
s and Boys’ Hats
Men’sand Boys’ Underwear in
!!«-<! Flannel,
Canton Flannel
IE (loops
Muttra.
ILDINC
GARRISON OPERA H
d.ibin- 11..I1-. Ill
:
. ■
j',
V liki'lilt ivil, be imulaxm certain
r 'liiii1 - nf <!i
:
>111' i!, 11':
11rviveH,” and'.
■ in uriler tn «ivv .- .m i lir I have mmb- arrangement* with
A 'I l ■■ oi i. i li" i lib t . t<> lil all whom I cannot.
Third street. MoMinnville. Oregon
¿ o i K rr s.
Ti
ACTUAD
pooing Parlor.
pound boy, March 3d.
nettor.of Billiton,
The Good Templars gave a shingle
15c SHAVING 15c.
and W
ade our towis a supper oir the 4th, which was good.
Ladie and childrens hair-cutting done K.nj
At our school meeting Cyrus Smith
visit last week and’ called on “ Unáí¿
style desired, with neatness and dispatch.
was elected director and Wyatt Har­
Hair dyeing of all descriptions warranted.
Ban.”
Fancy hair dressing a specialty. Hot or
Father Stow oi Bellevue, who is ris clerk.
cold baths always ready, only 2Scts. Th I
Town council at their last meeting street between C and D, McMinnville, Or.
eighty-four years of age is hardly ex­
A. <’. WYNDHAM. Prop.
pected to live ; but Father Boulerjack passed the Lafayette ordinance in re­
is rapidly recovering and it Is believed
he will soon be around again.
Bella Yocum, a daughter of Frank-
in Yocum of Polk county, and a
graduate of Willamette university,
who iias been sick for about two years,
died <>n the Sth of March.
She was
one of the brightest girls we ever knew
and was universally repected and be­
loved by all who had the pleasure of
her acquaintance.
An orphan girl about ten years old,
by the name of Nellie Rorrick, was
burned so badly one day Inst week
that she died in about twelve hours.
She was playing with Mr. Henshaw’s
children, when the tall grass was set
on fire with some matches, her dress
caught and she ran to the house about
T fi i:
Challenge lor Trotting
The undersigned wishes to challenges any
colt iu Yamhill county two years old, to trot
over the McMinnville track in the fall of
1886, date to be agreed upon, against Index,
the got of Hambletonian Mambriuo. for
JIIDO. For particulars iuquiro of or address.
Mt
A D. MARTIN,
MoMinnville, Or., Feb. 11, 1881*..
TODD
GERS
-.Frock and Sack, of the Best Eastern
Manufacture, and Nobby Fits and latest
styles.
e
Wi SitAt i. M.so Carn a FI LL LINE of the Old Re­
liable BROWNSVILLE
WOOLEN
MILLS GOODS, in Mens’. Boys’, and
Youths' sizes, goods that have never
been SCRI’ASSED for DURABILITY
on (he Pacific Coast.
As in the P ast , we shall continue in the future to sell
the same at ONE HUNDRED PER
CENT. LESS, wear considered, than
any goods of similar character me sold
for in McMinnville.
THIS IS
IDLE BOAiST, but is a fact wliicli
be substantiated by Luirdod >-i
and boys in this vicinity \ li
n.
daily wearing these good.
Icall special attention t. om I.VDIES
kNr^G^^^IH.'ESS SHOES. W<J
!!•
k 11> >ii< »rs
from two to seven acres tracts of land
for sale in C. G. Saylors Addition to
MoMinnville, on one and two years
time if property is improved.
BT‘I—
criptions and Family Recipes
MARVELOUS LOW PRICES-
FOR SALE.
Amtty
9 Born to the wife
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of D. B. Putman, a
id S ikj «love
Htnl Fishties, Liuli< a Ulhl xu ibovb durtuyu,
Fans and parnsols and S; un mor Under-
wear.
Sun. rs, Culls and Collars, from 50 cents up. in
endless variety. Hose from 10 cents lip.
All colors ami kinds. The finest lines
>i Hats and Neckwear ever brought to
Yamhill County’, with Caps for Box < al
Johnson A: Force IJroA
OTS,
SCHOOL BOOKS
—Always or)
—AND
Wholesale and Retail
H.ivniy purchased the Strain property
iniinently located in ^IcMinuville
rcfi lv to do all kinds of Truck and
cry Work at short notice. AH goods eh
trusted to our cure will be care fully him < Ped.
and promptly delivered. Also keep on hand
Wood of all kinds as cheap as tho cheapest
Order« ¡eft at the City Drug store will be
promptly attended to.
J -T. < OLLARD
'n
Prices Cheaper than Ever.
F.
DTEUSCNBIDBR.
l<l'55EDS Ar BRISBINE
PISALEIIS IN
Fashionable Dressmaker,
Cutlery, StO75S, Twt, StC.
CITY EXPRESS.
Han ju«t arrived and *« now prepared to do Call ami examine tlicir stock at.Simla
new brick building on i'iiird
all kinds of work in the line of Dressmaking.
Cutting and Fitting a specialty. Please give
Street, McMinnville, Or.
me a call. At Mrs. H. P. 8tnartY Millinery
Store, opposite the Grange store.
■ fOCH ta SON’S
Uth. to any ;ui<ln>w. llluatrat«« and lima
rvcrv thing for luullea'. (tenta*. Chlldrmt»*
and Infant"'
and Flous* kwj in«
O sxm G, at prkvw bwr than those f i y
house in the United Staten ( ompleto
■o-
BAWKS’S PRINTERS’
H WarrncwT^
“
rarehoiisc jiFTOttcn*
treet, San
Franofeo»’
'^ency for C<mnt r’s
s |
1 foundry, New York, and the Gre.it W ■ n
I vp ! »
Uiq
I reliable makers. Fv» ry i <i”.i-itc < f ■ pi t-. ■
' ingoflfoe furnished at ólo.-. -t prie, storca-'
.
, New Specimen Rook, now m , r-’paratimi
will be sent when compk ted. \\ ritv ¿»resti
mates Address
N. C. HAWK>.
322 Battery St., S. F.
Have constantly on hand
r
1» wagon •i^mlly adapt«! to
i dy delivery of Parcels. Trunk!«,
1« heb, <tc., for the acooin-
nnhlalion oi the public.
Orders left at the stable will be promptly Mi­
nded tn, at rea*»nable rates.
A Full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Per-
funiery, Toilet \rticles and Notions; aiso Glass,
Paints and oils.
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night.-