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TIA CENTS A COPI'.
ÌIcMINNVILLE, OREGON, IRIDAI, DECEMBER 10,18*0
S«3ÏO PER ANN CM
NATIONAL I IN A!N< EN.
A G rand E nterprise .—Accord
I Committee anil ending with lhe sur
render of the paity to the «elll«h
[ PRESI DENT’ H M ESSAG E. ]
whims of an . lenient which had John
The time has arrived when “some
Tiie condition of (he Hnmiciul aiTair.«
for it« c'HiMuaiHling general. It
i ® w
thing has got to be did.” Financial railroad operating in the ten States of f lie government 11« shown by the Kellv
/ •t ..
would aupear that the line of »-eulii'ii-
ly speaking we arc just about at the
alitmi h.-ts been sharply drawn by the
ur.V ia very Hati-fmdory. It. is believ
Offer to the trade the best of
of the North; but there i« noth-
end of the rope, and it is necessaay ri, Michigan, Wiscon ¡in, Iowa, ed that the present hnan<*ial situation I voter«
ng depressing in this fact. We are
of the United Stales, whether consid willing tliat the North should <lr»w u
for us to get our clutches upon some
wit Ii re«|iect to trade, ciiireucv, «cutloiial line in politic'*, if the South
thing substanti d, or choke. It is a aggregate about 40,380; the cost of ered
credit, growing wealth, or extent ami I e p* rmitted to draw a line with re
matter of absolute necessity. For C instructing and equipping was variety of our re-otirc» s. i< more fa spect to prog re.«« an I improveni' nt of
Cellar Eininhing iAimbtr
vorable titan that <>f any country of I hone condition« and fol'ee« wlihdi
the past few months we have been a'.out $ 1,9C0,000,010; the annual out
doing business—an amount of busi gross earnings about $218,000,000; ed by 11.at <-f any country at any pe their Morksiiop« and iheir home«. We
B lood Y et D iscovered .
h are have a prosp« i < hjs future 1 ef«ne ih and
ness over which wo might well fee'
tin i viug, 1 lie 1 ate of interest la low, to I hi« « nd we should look iulent ly.—
Cure« nil Humors, from a Common
enconraged had we received the prop 000. The net earnings of the rail new rai I road.« Sire being const flirted, We have the quikp of public educa
Lrap'Jon to the Wor»t Gcrofula.
tion to prcUiofe and the welfare of a
er returns in money for it, but on the
As well as lumber of all kinds,on short notiw
It purities the Blood.
popuLil ion, capital mid labor, new en great and growing section to foster.—
and prices as low as lhe lowest.
contrary nearly all our labor is rep 1879, $30,000,000, and the G,380 terprises in great number are in pio- I • The
It invigorates the I.lver.
■ ’ * little
It regulates (he Bowels.
j|mirn<k’.s iidmÌiii*tr;H imi tlni ri
resented by charges upon our books miles in Ol.i > report a net earning of greMs, and our commercial lelalioii.H
alzya/j C/iiro; a * 1 never dx*ap"
G I VP CS A TRIA L.
It strengthens the Stomach.
nearly $20,000,000. The enterprise with other countries arc improving.— ; it w ili a*k frmn G» n. Garfìenl. We
only, while during the time men-
The o’dinmy rcveiiut s I nun all «oiirr^« I want notldn&r more IhaiJ simple, exact
It gives vivacity in place of lassitude; cheerfulness
A. P. MILLER A CO.
and energy of our capit dists, and for the fl«cal y« ar ended June 30, 1880,
in piuee of ylooia, uud robust vigor iu place of
Cheap, cuicù a.3id reliable.
tioned our receipts have hardly been
• ami nl’Mi'ijie juwi ice. If (he new Pi es-
their faith in the future of this coun were, (rents being < tniile I):
! idenl o.v».« mifhing lo thè South lie at.
Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Disordered I.iver, Con-
sufficient to purchase table salt, The
SlipnUon, Nervous Aliections, Uenoral ]) biiity, in
...... ?l«n.522.nG4 |ea*t <»w<•- *omeiI'ing to the country,
try, have been exhibited to a greater Customs
short nil ths iimnfrotia diseaM‘8 an.I diaoojnl’orts
11 l-rilill JrV. n>i« .......
result is we were compelled to g > >"
........ I24.iuiu.373 • and we -hall !•»• ul.nl 10 see him C’llieel
c-.usod by impure blood are 8|»*-cdily conquered by
decree in this matter of railroad S .|e* of public land«..
........ 10,110^416 this d< bl y uiving uh an admiiii'ira-
debt. Our creditors want their inon-
FXTCIIZITJ CASTORI A
on « iic’ilu’ioii ami dei>o»iia «if
a.I ancient or inoJ»iu medical discoveries— K. ng
li’tti as fair, just, and as dean Us that
budding th.-.n in any other of tho en 1 | Tux
of the B lood .
7,014,971 of Mr. Haye«.
la not Narcotic. Children
ey and it must come from some
its iv.iJin is its nz:sTnrscnir-
terprises which have placed tiie Unit ! Repayioi'iil of lIllercN l.v 1 uc>tlc
grow fat upon, Mothers Eke,
T1O.V, ns it u a roviil dupenst r u» the I letbiirjs of
source. Our income in this little
1 railway cotopuiiie-..
h .!:h, anti Vunquiahcs luc foes that, lurk in the Leading Evening ftevvspitper Weil of
Tim Hnmpiou Brim., who drove n
country establishment is our only
I «•»Mllp.lllifH........ .
the Rocky IHuuutaineG;
796.621 | baud ot 261 i-.iille from Like county
CASTOIÌ.A. It re;;ulaicstl:c
of the world.
It bunishv« PI1UFT. KS. SAT.T R7TEF'Mr,
Cilatoili’iry Ire*, lio •«. | •"lldiue 4, el«5
1,148,81'11 io It no l.t-i *timm« r, soid the entile
resource. And those who have had
m ’ ai . v r.iu'pnoA’s i i,< i km ,
Bowels, cures V/l ul Co.'e,
I lol for $22 50 pel hvu’l.
1 F« •’« («'ooHiilal ), letter» p lient und
sva ;. i > ii »: w . l i .vi.K **<»111 s
the benefit of our advertising COI
allays Feverishness, aa.l tie-
Inebriation am >:i ; w >:n?n in En ! lande........... .............
’ Il »til Sl'itortLEOCb 1HSDH- Daily Bulletin, one year..............................$12 Off
umns and for whom we have used glund is sadly prevalent and still in i pro|M-ity ...................... govern
It elite.. IO.VSI 1IPTION H i , cirly rti.re^ Weekly and Friday Bulletin (making to
gether a complete Semi-Weekly........... 3 Off
1 b.i 1 Irc-jue.’i I/enro l i w ' io ’ i a vanrc.l.
up our Block of paper, ink, etc., . ivr
for creasing. Some of the pen pictures Profila ol Coinage, » Io.,
It disp< 1 •> Tl MOKS and C AAI ERS wulrout Weekly alone, one year................
of lhe D i - i Ml <1
th • neon’s knife.
Parts of a year in profiortion.
which we must pay the genuine cash of actual occurrences in fashionable Revetmea
It cures PROPHY. c-iv’.-U or par'j• ».
I can .1 F I'. M A L !•: W A H IV EMS and
should devote a few honest, candid'SOcie y as drawn bv the London M iscellutieoiu aouices.
FREE »SEED DISTRIBUTION.
rcuue.’.s in u gale an J ciTcctinil manner nil swell
thoughts to the predicament they1 pregs are really painful to contem-
TAKriH Curo, a CnustitutLrn.’.I
subscriber will be presented with sev-
Total ordinary roc» (pts.... .. ..$333,526.610
ings, exif.Tu I or in crnal.
Antidoto for this ten*ib > isala-
It cradieu:es the e£'ce:scf Mineral roixms, and <*ial varieties ot Rare and Valuable Tree, Veg
havc gotten us in and come right up'pinte, describing, as they do, the de 'I’lin oidi ii -irv i*xpen»e> for the Hitini*
establishes a h-.und constitution.
<1; , Ly Absorption.
etable ami Ft»w<T Seeds, equal in value to lbw
wer« : For—
Many certificates, much f-rtlw-r in format ion-and price of the paper.
Important Discovery sinoe Vr.c-
like little men to help us in our dis- graded condition into which ladies of ( Hine
fell iliiec'iur.« for utility, will b? found in lhe pam-
’¡VÌI « Xflense-i.................
....... $ 15-603.96’.
Send for San ple Copy, giving full particular«
And get one of those
oia.sLon. Ctlsei* remedies -.-n -- y
j.’h't t, *' ’1 realise on D season of the Bloo
tr€*ss. No danger of*
__ stution and culture are fas re- Foreign lUlerci'Olao......
their ” being <»«:-
rojovo Catarrh, tilla cures r.
tach bottle is ci CtuJ'id.
by Draft, Postofflfne Order, Wells
frauded. We want only what is our (hieing their circles of society, All 1’. nsioiM (iiH'imimg ÿl‘J .341 IL ur-
any stage beforo Conssunpticui
Pr:cc $1 per l ot tie crutaininf» 12 ounces, or 49 to
Fargo A Co.’s Exjin’^. »nJ Registered Letter,
50 doses, bold by Dealers in medicine.
IPecen tFire tHallre.ioes
own and that we must have at once, this too is plainly ( xnlained. The
On trial. The most
Military «^lubhahinenia bnc m hug
D. RANSOM, SOM <?; CO., Prcpietors,
>». F. niTM'KTTIW CO.,
peacefully if we may and forcibly if demands of society over-taxes their
San Fiancisro, Cal.
pi : hfi :< r,
Du «Thio, IV. Y.
we must. This means business.
strength, and stimulation naturally N ii Val rdAihfi-ii Mie t i ineimllli^ Vi'S-
TA Si EC IW j U'IE.
follows to buoy their flagging spirit«. seis, imichiijery and iinprove- •
Cl.EAN ADD DUIVAIVLE
ALL THOSE INDEBiEDTO BANGASSER
ini'iits al navv Vania)................... 13,530,USI
The plan of mak.ng all ex-Presi- Vicious fashion. Poor, dying hu Mi.-cellaneoitsrxj-vndlluirs [ ilici mi-
BED ever manufuelured. Every Bed wai- x x A: S"D mu hereby in>tifie<| to come loiwani
ami celilo Iheir aeeotin’s by December 31. 1830.
dents Senators for life, is being quite manity. England is not peculiar in ing public hiiildin^s, light-hous-
A FULL LINE OF
M’.-elf nn«l wife jointly weigh 490 pounds, Accounts un.-eilietl alter the nbove date will be
«'8, aii 1 «'nllccting 1 he icveiuie’... 34.535.CII1
generally discussed. Another plan this respect, either. We have plenty District of Columbia........................
3 L'7U.3>4 ami lor many year.- I have endeavored to fln<l placed in the hands o! mi itUmnev for roilec-
Interest oil ihr publie del»!......
a i mu I tress that cou d be relied on lor <iural.il-
wo see mentioned is to pension ex of the same ailment at home.
Nov. 17. lS80-41lf.
Premium on bonds purchased
iiy. I Im we had in um lhe Edes <£ Durkee
Presidents on half salary during life,
Wnv« n Wiie Miittress for some time, ami can
Totul ordinary expenses.. ....... $237,042 .'.»57 say Hint I consider hem the easiest, cleanest, .V*7-’7/? IVanjiti/t •Academy.
Tho skull of the present athletic
and at tho same time distpialify them
By this stnt<*im*nl it will le «een most diirnlile mid comfoitable bed that we h ive rCIIE FIRST TERM OF TRIS SCHOOL
from ever bolding any office of trust world contains more muscle thin I t hut I hei e was a surplus revenue uf ever had in the house.
will < p- 11 Sept. 13. I88U, second term Dec.
II. A. Joiixsox, J. P., East Salem.
Liyoock, tho Australian $65 883 653, wliivli, with mi mimiiht
or profit. Neither scheme is, to oui | bra ns.
3, 1880. ami the lliiitl term Feb- 25, 1881.
See small bills for testimonials similar Io lhe
drawn from I he
lialutce in the
Tuition | kt term from $4 01) to $6 1'0. Tu
notion, exactly practicable or neces 'oar.man seems to bo the boss, IIo t r< a«ory of S«,<W4,43l making $73.- a <>ve from such men as ,1. A. Baker, Sheriff <»f ition
roust be paid by lha middle of ea<*h term
In connection with ids Boot and Shoe trade'
M <• ion <•< untv ; Ed. Iliiech. Suite Treasurer;
sary. The former would require con
I have added to it the following mlictes of Dry
Good board can be had for $10 00 per month hs , a rj®ra"t! a
A W. Kiun'-v. Siileni F!< mi imr Mills,
MITCH ELL X W ARREN Agents.
stitutional amendment, and set up a on the Thames coming out victor, in Redemption nf I mhm I s ....
GEO. W. KING,
NETTIE B. I’OWELL, f Teuelle«
The Best and Cheapest lot of Men’«
sort of titled distinction bordering overy case so far. lie scoops in a Fravtiimil r'lrrem-y......
2 i : i ;
Loan of 185«.......... ........
4u.<mo F rank P M itchell .
White ZLinea Shirts,
on to the aristocracy of the Old
Tem|H»raiy lodti....... .....
Ever before offered for side in this market—
World. We cannot alford to com test, too - which itself is not so bad Bounty lun<| s<*i i]...........
Cheap for Cash. And also a choice lot of Men’s
underwear cheap—ao cheap that no man should
mence tinkering with tho sacred in to take.
7:31) notes nt 18(14-5......
go without a shirt.
¡m<| tw>t vein* notei*
A splendid lot. of Thoroughbrace Pa
strument that crowns our nation’s in Tho Preudential vote of New One
Ohl demand nott-s..........
Oversbirts and Blouses. ,viiuou
. . wll,
stitutions upon trivial causes. One York, as given by, counties, foots u;>
-itiduce others, until as fol rT!V"T Garfitkl,
555,511; lIan-4—Th- niiv mu t—A
Mr M ui D V i I le. fl??*'1 **
M i »1 n V i 11e, Oregon,
L 'l'il a tj
o limit this side of a cock, 531,513; Weaver, 11,881. Gar for till« year wiih $37,931 (i 13 Th'r.i
A Splendid selection of Hosiery and Neck
wasted ideal ihsteadof the substantial
ties. Linen and Paper Collars, and a Choice As
field’s majority over Hancock, 21,- 964 617. 1» iinr $35 972 973 in < xee.-s of
sortment of Lin« n Ha dkorchiefs.
embodiment of principles to which
auinal i»(|ii,r« inmi- f r the year. The
which I now ofler for sale. A cordial invita
031; plurality over all 9,150.
A well assorted stock of cloths constantly on tion is extended to tho public to call and ex
iiggivgate lev« niu s fmm all sources
Republican Americans have always
<hiring I lie Use.*: ye tr ended June 30,
amine my stock nnd prices before you purchase
looked as the proud safeguard to If it be true, us harped by organ 1880, was $333.526 610, an iii'-re .«•■ ovt r
All orders entrusted to him will receive elsewhere, for I am satisfied that you will save
money by trading with me.
their freedom and equality of citi
In the Boot and Shoe Department I have just
11 ceipis tints far of lhe cuiivnt year,
zenship. Besides that, at the pres are “ at outs,” Sherman hud a queer together with esiiniiUed rt<*eipt* lor
received mv summer stock, Now is the tune
buy and get bargains.
ent compensation of a Senator-15,000 way of showing it during tne cam t lie r<-imiitider of the yen*, am unit to
Ladies’ J Kid Fox Bals...... .$1 25 nini upwards
$350,000 000, uhh-h will be «ullh ient
McMINNVILL . OREG LN.
a year—there is nothing very entic paign, and it was evident that Wade to meet < *ijinated expenditures of the
1 2s —
Children’s j if
. 1 00 “
ing in tho office to any man required Hampton had tho san e opinion,o.ic '. year and leave a stirplu* of $90,000,900.
IL is foriunaie that this lar m stirplu«
to livo in Washington society, nor a
This periodical has always, by its able and
Don’t let your Wives and Children go ba re
Garfield lias a popular majority of of revenue occur« at a peri«» • \t hen it
2C Si I SCf-i
«cholarlv discussions of the questions of the footed when you can get Boots and fi hoes so
very flattering testimonial of the na
limy tv directly tipnlie I to the pay
ns well as by its illustrations—which aie Cheap at the
WILLIAM SPEARS, day,
about 82,000—tlir. first popular ma ment of t he public di bt soon redeem r-
prepared by lhe best artists—exerted a most
tion’s regard, after ali. The pension
jority of tho entire nation for Presi uhle. No public duly has been more
House, Si.’tii and Carriage powerful nnd beneficial influence upon the
lu the City, ami offer them at
business smacks a little too much of
coiisiiii tl.v cherished in lhe United
Boots ma le to order unJ neatly repaired.
The weight of its influence will always be
the “ salary grab ” principle. Ex-
Sign of the Big Boot.
(Turner’s Building, next door to Hodson’s found on (he side of morality, enlightenment
uni ion’s <L ht as rabidly a« possible.—-
P. F. BROWNE.
Presidents hardly over suffer for
The debl of the United Stales, less lhe
McMinnville, May 14, 1880.
want of the means of sustenance any Not u family in ( hie go is there cash in I lie licasuiy, mid «xclusiveof
The Volumes of the Weekly begin with the
uccriii» g itifcirst, utiaiued ii* m ixium
firs’ Number for .1 <imr ry of each year. When G. BANGASSER.
G. F. BANGASSER
more than cx-Governors—or any but will have its Thank-giving din of $2,756,441,a? 1 in Auguai, 1865, mid
Grainin? Paper Hansing, Calsoniining. no time is mentioned, it will be understood
other “ ex’s.” They will probably
Frescuing, Timing ami lh<i»raling, done with that the lubscriber* wishes to commence with
Of the principal <d lhe
-ii-iaoii in a Work ma n i i l;e ma nm-r n ml nt FPR- the number next after the receipt of tho or-
Good. '1 lien Chicago denizens $1,886
havo the same opportunities to gain
New Firm, New Prices.
dt hi, $I08,7’»S,1(IO ha* be< n paid «in<-e
son.tide rates. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cail |>cr.
and examine specimens.
a livelihood in the future asthey have are remarkably blessed. Indeed could March 1, 1877, etE-ct.iiiii an annual sav
BANGASSER & SON,
We liave also purchased the remaining Rtnck
ing of illicit 'I of $6.107 593
’’’ • i'ur-
in the past. There arc thousands of that city afford to be thankful.
ol’ goods loi merly belonging to Mr. JI.G. Burnì
11 of In tcii st h;.s also been di mi sh
men who have served their country The President, in his message, ed by 1hesal«*of not’d« ii.'.u i. * .* low mni will c !o ;o out al prices prevalent iioretolbre.
HARPER’S MAGAZINE, One Year..... $1 00
rale of iiitvie*t, ami tne app. it* i i hi of
and sacrificed tho best of their man- promises tlm new China treaty in the pmcettls to (he re bin pi i*»ti of
Cull and examine tor yourselves.
HARPER 8 BAZAR,
Having commoncert busineva under theabovs
bo ds hearing a higher late.
Lood in its cause. They need their Januury.
The Three above-named publications, «tne
m.l: TO SHOW <M1OD*.
.JT /J. J J, F rG.VÏ’ PRICE
nual savuiii |hii« seemed since M *»cli
no said name, we are ready tn wait on allcustom-
pensions. They havo earned them,
at the old stand formerly occupied by Ban-
1,1877* i« $11,293.451.
Within a -h u t
Anv Two. above-named, one vear.............. 7 no
1 lie two ALDEN DRYERS at. McMinnville, HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE, one year 1 50 gaseer 4 Shadden, and to sell to them merchan
Kv>n<nit«r ll.e Tl.icc—at Burn*, ol.l Stand
p. i n»tl t.v. r $h0n,(M.0,(hi0 «H 5 and 6 p> r
HERE AND THERE.
and by the time all such are paid ac
with all the fixtures connected therewith ape
dise, consisting of
cent bo|| I n Will l»v«’ »m • I'e leeii) tide
Postage Free to all subscribers in tho United
»flvred for sale at a bargain. Terms reai»nnable
cording to their merit, the nation will
Dry Good«, f.roceric«, Iloofs, Shoes
to suit the purchaser. For further particulars States or Canada.
Eugene l»nn«t.« of a 450 p »mid Log; lb is pi cmii i n a very »iivorahle iq por-
MITCHELL Æ WARREN.
Hals iap«, Crockery, Glass-
llliihy, not only to further reduce tiie
have done simply its duty, and done but i 1*8 th ml though.
Ware, Hardware, Etc.,
principal of in th hr, hili al- » I«» j i<*-
Tho Annual Volumes of H arper ’ s W eekly ,
McM., July 20-24m2.
Prof Powell is him king arrnngemt nt« duce t lie rate <>f interest on that which
in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail,
to h«»ld ii State I'tiiciifr»’ IiiMiluti! at Wl I remain unpaid.
FZHE IISM’R IXCE.
It'\ mv l ure in JautiMiy.
provided the freight does not exceed one dol
PRcnADLY L ost . —A dispatch of .1. I>. Johnson, of Rnsvluirg*. wit«
For Sl^OO Cash. lar per volume), for $7 DO each. A complete
MH I'HHl* M N I I ill N r.
sold in this market.
recent date has this: “ The electoral j timiieil between (Wo riils, «ii«l lining
< '»nwcT(’il W’nlow. A’ müî ». . ....f l’.VAOOO TIII! B!>T TH’MN'S«: t .OT IN McMINN- on receipt of cash at lhe rate of $5 25 per vol
for past favors, we re*
vote of Georgia is probably lost to in the client and lung«.
Vilie tor «aie if applied for soon. Inquire ume. freight at expense of purchaser.
S’ lia*t>. X. A*«rt « in I lie I’. S ... ....... î. 733,000 a' I 1 hfe
•pectfnlly solicit a continuance of the same.
Cl »th Cases for each volume, suitable for Call and try us and exam in** prices.
as i «amide o. op ni<in geiu rtlly ex
Hancock nnd English, for the follow
In«nritnee «»n wheat for ihree month.« in
binding, will l>e sent by mail, postpaid on re
A pnlicvmm al Eug tic not luinmcd
Country produce will be i«ken in exchange
War« lit.ti«.* .1 co per hun Ire i
ceipt ol $1 00 each.
ing reasons: The revised statutes of l»> n wo:n til, lhe «»i’ll r .i:>y, ||( hit plored iy (I e pies« of (I vsouth,!« nee V i. (*vv
for goods, kir which the highest piice wil| be
lhe election ot Gen. Garilehl ns Pre&i-
Remittances should be sent by Postoffice *iven.
the United States provide, section
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss.
utld bhe wouldn't bland it.
tt. II. TOD2> Affetti.
Newspapers are not to ropy this notice with
135 that tho electoral college of the
It3.11 Ft NS A KOI B Prop’«.
out the express order of Harper A Brothers.
A new church In tn Lp built for the
acveral States ahull meet on tho first Indiana nt Klainai II iiirency this win Cnnuti ttlioHttlixl say*.
HARPER A BROTHERS,
We wish fr. inform the people nf this county
Wednesday in December nnd cast ter, n sinnll appropriation f »r the pur
'l he ^t’lilh nt least ha* the satlsfac
that we are readv now to furnish them the
po-e having been imide by the govern timi < f knowing ih ii s,ie kii t li»r
the vote. The Georgia code, section I nit
ATTORNEYS and counselors at law . Best Beer the market aflbrds, in kegsand bot
1'1111 of lhe Imruiiiii, and if ‘ * 'Ile I h io
tles. delivered to any place in this county free
1,312, provides that the governor shall Koseburg Ttuhpcnttrnf: The life of G. tty*b rg ” i« not I’rv-i dent il 1* Spofinl nUt-ntiim paid to Land Law and Ab- of
OR ANY ONE
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN Mc-
notify the electors to meet at tho cap rain wu« u Go isend to i hIs part of lhe ti’ti our faun. We think, lo», that Ir.tets of tille.
REIIFTSS A KOLB.
Miuuville—g >od location, neatly ami con wanting a NO. 1 SEWING MACHINE, will
.«he h is f r lhe ia«i lime b» V»l L «1,
ital on the first Monday in Decem
veniently improved, and a fine home. Also a
find it to their interest to call at
H. r < X Office <f AV. n. I cnlon, in the Court
mid allow the farmers to plow nnd lam u like, Io I he >1 night nr.
lot of |»er8onal property. Can l»e bought cheap !
ber, to bo ready on the Wednesday give an abundance of wat'-r I«» the pernn-nt« with loyai civilian« ami llun«v ill. ifujctic.
for cash. For further particulars enquire at the
imli aiy h«-ioe- have not he« ii | ropi- Offic“ « f .f. f\ viagers» in llc.V’nn-
R e port eh Office.
BANGASSER & SON’S
following to cast their votes. This iniuer.M.
vtllc, < re*nn.
(Ions in lhe pi-t, ami the future holds
A SUPPLY OF THE
A nr 11 fi. 1880-IOtf.
WHO ARE SELLING THE
tho governor has done, but the elect discovered mine in L inking GL imm w •* • •’ll in» hopes in (l".a’ direction. What
FO«TEI< Kill LiLOVE«.
wi.I do in the flliiire Hille mu*t
ors did not meet Wednesday or vote J taken l'» Roseblirg thin wvvk a >d dis she
di.*i 1 •*«'.
Mm h dep< lids upon how
are the B *st in the market. Get a pair
NEW AMERICAN S.M.
nnd it is thought by lending officials tribiited milling the «»lacksiuit1' «hop*. ure I ag* u U t IU pui'l H’. i ns have In
ATTENTION ! They
It Ma« given a fair test by all, ant
I hr: c ISccks.
$1 73 per p »ir
and lawyers that they have no right! found to be of the bot (pinlity. The policy will l e tow inl ihi.« section. Th»-
2 £3 ••
to meet the next Wednesday.”
Soiilli will he kept reiisonaldy ho I u I cxj»o: ¡cnee, has bought tho
Only to be had at HARTMAN BROS..
At HALF THE COST of any other Machine»
Olympia rouritr: The Washington tor her own prottrlinn and
AT D A A TOM. OR.,
The President's Message was pre (K hiisum ) colony Lit Kmi*?«»« Mav 4h piirii’mv of preserving the ha I »lire of ' IVe’ i.fool ITouring •Hill,
IE-1 RR AN TED
arrived nt lhe fair gmunil«*, near |M»wer after the next tip|«»rti”inn nt.
A. Vlutclilcr, Proprietor.
sented by the Oregonian several mid
MOT FAIT, to »end
Oh nipln, on i he 23;11 of Novt inbt rm u I hii I lie | •«»111 leal d« mi . hi shi' t* f> <’m
WORK in every ierpect.
R’pìirrù ami put in II»*» la’o-t imp.nvrcl ma-
days ago. It is of course impossible iiOtin. l^oat one young man <»n the E 1*1 Io We-I. T’l e I rvlllcudou« proli <*h>n<
!S8& Fa*« ’o »»V
The undersigned would announce to the pub
’rv. |>r«*|M’iM| t<» grim! Whetit. But k” he-H
m MW n 3.1.1 re<*
journey. Lhe vamp at the tmr grounds 1« in t” W C 'lifronlliig the two parties
—f35 to |40.
lic that he has on hand for sale a lot of Buggies, 1
hd -I Fe«<l, it. Huy in I JI time-». P'ei»»y nf Wit
for us to givo that document in our coii *| mim of 55
i>on*, nnui, uoin* 11 all I all «« eti >its i*: will til ’ il liuiiii.«-
Hacks i.n I Wagons, made of .he best material, |
ter |»nwvi «uv «lav in the year, nmi a guaran-
BANGASSER A SON.
columns this issue, nor have we been mid chibireii. Some 50 nd I came by trail’Hiol (« « ti hl he, in ea«*e «if III«» t««‘ of
whi» h he will warrant as No. I, and sell at rea-
personal««’ family aaei
water oil the la«t »learner mid got <»¡1 eoiitrd •»! t'ongr«*-«, inodeivd ll|H»ll
with over 1.200 !l!n»tr:»ilon<. We «» I nil
able to make an extended review of al Seattle, bill will come »o Ol_)ili|ii. Uuit < I H«y«* or die'atvd by Giant
vtxxl« *t wholeM’e price« In qnantlUe« to nit
Especial attention given to repairing nnd
the purehaaer. The only inithuflon In America
• Im make thia ’hdr sperlal lm<lnrM. A till res«,
it. We shall endeavor to give it in A Lout 5) more nre on the w<\ from and Conkhng, w ill* Z u’luirial* ('han
MDMiiOMt KY W kill» A < «>..
lhe Y«ik>m 1. The colony C oiis I m I. m <»| •Hei'.« spirit m * th • inspiring |p»hiiu? — Than is ti eat any other mill in 5’amhil
¡147 A 4 4’4 Wabaal« X
full, if possible,either in the Courier bet Wren 700 nnd 800 peoide, mid will Until lie kimw the exact nature of eotiiHv. Bring ulnug vt»ur grit’u nnH give me
B F. CLÜB1NE.
or R ktortkr .
nil bvttle in .liul a I »out H um yieinhy.— that i«dmiiit*t ra'i«m we remain in a l ’ d
II 4M 3oi> la>MT.
J VST HOW THE HATTE» STANDS.
A. P. MILLER & Co., PROPRIETORS
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN,
They All Do It"
SCHOOL BOOKS ’¡New Departure !
McM’ville City Boot & Shoe store
fa mers, Mechsr.ics.Tr id: sm n
Congress sat on Monday and the
next day dove into a sharp little
wrangle in the House, over the ques
tion as to how the Presidential vote
should be counted.
Webbf.v»t. Or., Aug. 25-2ffnU.
Meanwhile we may «s
Those here »nd to Arrive tin« winter abeyance.
YELL« W HOUND LEIT THE PREM-
take up quarter« And make Arrange- well prepare for the wor t and hope
4 * 1*
tne u 1 l« r'ign«‘'l alxmi the 25th of
niriits to begin work In the spring.— for the hot.
! ('Mo er. Any in h»rination leading ?o lhe re-
I hey are |»o«*e>«i <1 of prm lical ideaM
The Atlanta (Ga.) Cotmlilitlion com
I. ove y of the same will be thankfully received
in regard to the country and their fu
ments a* fallow»:
iVE HUNDRED HEAD OF ANGORA «nd sili»fa«‘t«»rily rewai«le<l.
lure Ute among us.
Six of lh«»-e ut
Gttals I r sale. Fur particular* enq i re of j non may be leit al lhe R eporter Office, or
It is the culmination of a scries of.
tne fmr grounds Lave tbeir faiuihe«
J W. COWLS,
W E. WARREN.
bluuders, beginning with the Potter MeMia.-IU., (Mlit-Mtf.
* McMinntille, N ot . 3,
VORTY ACRES GOOD FARMING LAND,
A 15 acre« <• lea red ; 10 acres ot which is in
grow in t grain and uuder fence—including *5
curds ot w<»od.
Alan 80 acres timbered land adjoining the
above piece, all for the suin of S700. Inquire
MITCHELL k WARREN.