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MclttmiLLE, ÜUG0N, JUNE 8 1882.
otu 1IO.UJE tiaticuo.-i.
No PM BY rCBLIC.
There is Mid to bel
immigrants en route front dOtiU»—
Notice u hew
Juno 14th, JSIJ3
me, vt ttie To*
The Riuge between Fifteen Mill
creek and tbe DcChutes river ¡«Li— “'-Ii3oi®iia
ceileut, and stock of all kinds loo I
An immigrant train conshti*'.'
Tbe Board lesffve
seventeen wagons paa-ed Ronkvilie
iust week, eu route tor Lewis emjuty
W. T. They are from K ursas.
The election in Yamhill county
passed without incident, perfectly
Oiler for Sal. the folA*u*
smooth, peaceable and orderly. The
result we give in another column
But little further need be said. Still
/0 acres, all under fence, lies on county road
a mention of a peeularity or two may The Universal!»! State convention
A mn«t de,;r.bls farm of 2W «re» »¡u,/nil«» Xorth-Ea»t of L»f»yetu. Good houx
will meet at Dallas on the 221 of June
U. G. Land G.I j
not be amiss, ilcliiunviile precinct, Several case» of sudden sickness oc
od iwed.ug 1.0^, Uarn, outt^io;-. or/“d barn ; good orol.artl, alw »rn.ll trurU ;
...rd and .All froiM ; 2V >oi/ Forth Z12’«"» >?
the ¡Democratic Thermopylae, gives curred in Hillsboro from a tliseas. Notice is hereby gi on tnet Mathew Moro- MeMinuvillo,
with 00 uertfl A ,/riv-tiou ; »u »•« »"<* bl.ekannrh .hop ; Khool hoUM clou
an average of only six majority that resembles somewhat tbe cholera ney, of Yamhill Cou i\, Oregon, has made ,<-roS iu nu lure, balance woi/rnhered. /be by ; »tore aud postodico within on« and auu*r-
. tract .u. «.«We of •Jfr-t.on. frier, ter mile, i i. well watered by hvmg >tm»in.
C. Smith, of-'Valla Walla, Bihar application under th provision« of the Ac!
against her usual democratic balance ed J. last
ff Congress ujrprovot > dii© 3, 1878, cntiUco ,¿30 per acre; JOW«, balajy un re.»ual>t-|aad jood well at the boiue. Priofl, »7^8O<
week 24(10 pounds of til <
50k down, balan,« on 7 yc«»’ tim- with
of thirty. Then Lafayette precinct clean wool, otT ItiO flue graded sheep the Blates of Calif* rr . Oregon, \uvadt.
“Jj 85 teres, 75 1. eultiv. ti<n. all under fence,
turns about and reverses itself in a being 1'| pounds per head, which i ! ind in ‘AenhixiL1 ton nritory,” tu
the best yield we ever heard of in tld. be S. X of N. W. X ar i N. X of S. W. X ol 'u-i-’r fence,- 80 .ere. | ultlTOUon
similar manner to the opposite side ■ountry ; but be deserves it. Gentle Sec.
Lu T. 2 S. 1 . 6 W. WH. Mer.
West Chehalem falls short of her
« near’ bv ; plenty nf down, b.lan«, on trme to .u.t purchaser.
i. Land Office ■ c Orc-on City, Oregon, be .
fore the expirar on oí sixty days frota this .Ir, ash aud oak
old-time Democratic solidity. Day wool, too.
maple timber; nearly the
80 acres 8 miles west of North Yamhill ; 20
A petition is circulating in Hills late.
suecirible of cultivation. Price, acres under fence, 6 acres in cultivation,
ton, however, in one or two instances boro, Bays the Jndepenctent, asking Given under my hand this 8th day of June uitire tract
nue-hsi’dewu ; balance ou time to Good House 16x24 feet; Bam 22x40, with
L. T. BARIN, Regi: er.
| sheds ; small orchard ; plenty of small fruit
apt purchaser w
manifests the most gall of any ol for arms and uniform from the Stile 1682.
to arm a company of militia propoku
to feCh°°l house ; 1-2 mile to saw mill
’360 aere^'i miles southwestot McMinnville,|
them. Dayton seemed to be perturb to organize in Hillsboro. Already
County road near by ; well watered ; lies in
4 under fuse, 200 acres in cultivation, * L • a good neighborhood. Price, $500 ; 1-2 down,
ed about something. Although the about Ó0 names are on the petition.
•Xree&i# cleared for the plow, balance good
U. 3 L nd Office at Oregon Citv, Or
pjnure laud; large condortable dwelling balance on time.
Jun« 8, 1882. '
banner republican precinct, she tried Miss. Eaton, one of the teaeben-
iihse, barn, and all necessary outbuildings ;
80 acres, 7 miles northwest of North Yam
tlie Pacific University, or Aeademy,
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
1, of jrid orchard : one mile to church,
: in meadow;
hill; 20 acres under fence, 15 acres
her best to defeat Jack Spencer, in
at Forest Grove, died very suddenly Yamhill County, Oregon, has made* apj ica uJe ro school house ; plenty of excellent wa- good, comfortable two-story house, 16x24 feet,
whom the returns show to have been on Tuesday last. She ran up stair.- tion under the provision ef the Act of 1
l J Price, $3,300 ; oue-half down, balance on istaule and ouLbuildinga ; plenty of living wa
and it is supposed ruptured a gresa approved June 3, 1878, entitled “ Al
. o4onu Me time with interest.
ter and timber; good out range ft-rstuck ; one-
tbe most popular man ou either tick quickly,
blood vessel, as sbe fell down and died ior the sale of Timber Lands in the Stall
acres, S miles west of McMinnville, 70 half mile to saw mill; sohool house close by.
California, Oregon, Nevada and in Wasni;
et throughout the county, and un within a short time.
und«»r fence, 50 acres under cultivation, Price, $700, cash down.
Territory,” to purchase tbe E. 1-2 of N. 1
nea f entire tract ausceptible of cultivation,
mercifully slaughtered the man An “ ice fiend” with his big charges and N. E I 4 of d. E. 1-4 of See. 22 T. 2 3.
582 acres, » one
....... - north west of Dundee, on
wei watered with living «urines -soil very ' -----------
light weights was what hurt W. Wil. Mt r.
-live, outrange for stock excellent, plenty the Narrow Gauge railroad, two mile« from
whom Dayton particularly is credited and
All adverse claims must be filed in the $
Portland during the late heated term.
tor domestic purposes; h^ in a .-ood -hmpmg point on the Willamette River; all
with having placed in nomination Maybe be tiidu’t hit us some uway out Land Office ;it Oregon City, Oregon , befor • the
___ — fields;
neig jnrhood, un «»unty r-id. 1| miles hum under fence and suo-divided into suable
expiration of sixty days from this date
d dairy farm. 270 acres in cultivation, about 100 acres more
for Sheriff upon the Republican
Given under my hand this 8th day of ine pub ; school ; would wake a
same. But be won't do it often, in
Pri.’ $11.50 per acre ; one-half down, balance
L. T. BARIN’, Resist r.
ticket. But such is political uncer the future.
i ture land ; good house, barn and other out
buildings; school house close by; plenty of;
tainty. “ There are many thing
A Russian Finn, 20 years old, by the
344 acre3, 4 miles southwest uf town, all un living water, good orchard and excellent fruit
der fence. 250 acres in cultivation, balance good well stocked with oak, ash, fir, alder and ma-
’twixt heaven and earth Horatio, j name of F. H. Matson, star ted to
land; good house, barn aud < reh.ti'i ; 1 pie timber ; well adapted to dairying or sheep
a horse from the main laud to
not dreamed of in your philosophy.' I i.wim
ot' i usbandry. Price, $20 per acre : $3,500 down,
Deer Island down the Columbia, a In the Circuit Court of the State of Or jon well watered with living springs; plenty of
atnall fruits ; two school house- w.t.h n of a balance on time to suit purchaser, with interest
The Republicans are well satisfied I few days siuce, and bus not been seen for the County of Tillamook.
mile,ah ii ro.li house dose by. 1‘---- , CM. ; r at 8 per cent.
ciuce. Tbe horse returned borne o. J acob G baham , Plaintiff, j.
ooe-hUf down, balance on t.u»e to suit purchas
with their work and its result. They I I she
same day without saddle or bridle.
' 1 700 acres 3 miles north of Amity on the road
1 Suit in eq iiy er witp interest.
Oflrtainly made a manly fight and a During tbe mouth three men have .L. bey K. D
ay and E. M. '»to perfect a t ,le.
to McMinnville, near the
tbe railroad crossing
ay , .
all under fence ; 2 dwelling houses, Jarge barn,
telling contest. The fact is plainly been drowned in Salmon river at a
tiarry K. Day an<4 E- M. Day. the fence ¿nd divided into fields : good dwelling. sheds, Ac.; large orchard; also plenty ol small
point known as Old Chimney.
demonstrated, we think that Yam of
above named DefendmU ;
house, barn aud out buildings . a large orchard J fruits ; 4o acres of beavar dam lund ; the whole
them bore the peculiar appellation I |
of the State of Oregon : You containing a choice variety ut fruit, including g ! tract is susceutible of cultivation ; soil is first
hill county is Republican by 120 of Apple Sass John, another wa- arc hereby required
to appear and answer prunes, together with small fruits in sbund- quality ; would make several good farms ; plen-
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majority in the main issue. Let kowuasBon Brown, and the third j iheplai’nwi complaint nowon file against ance;
fruit dryer goes
was a stock uiuu, name unknown.
you in tho above entitled action, on or before place ; 8o acres in cultivation, 6o acres being houaeclose by. Price,$27 50 per acre; pert
that be set down. Then again, when
he first day of the next regular term of the grubbed. The entire tract is well adapted to down, balance on time to suit purchaser.
Dr. C. II. Raflety, who is tbe slate Circuit Court for Tillamook County, Oregon., .»rain of pasturage; plenty of timber and water
it comes to the test, there never was visiting
The defendants will take notice that the —a very desirable home. Price, $16 per acre
physician for the insane
a more independent, self-reliant asylum in East Portland, makes the above entitled action is brought for the pur one third down, balance on time to suit pur
of ooructing and perfecting the title to
crowd on top of the green earth than following report : Number under a certain piece of land situated in the town chaser.
treatment, March 1st, lbd2, males, 226; of Lincoln, in Tillamook County, Oregon,
205 acres li miles sast of McMinnville, on
these same Yamhiliians. Hence lo females, 84, total 310. Admitted dur and sold to this plaintiff on or about the Dnytou
House and two lots, corner B and Fifth Sts.,
load, all under fence and divided into
cal affairs very frequently get split ing the quarter, 10 males and 1 female 11th day of August 1879 by E. M. Day, one fields; 130 acres in cultivation, the balance tim McMinnville ; House 1A etories high, 7 rooms
bbeaped, 1. Error of Inst quarter, 1. of the defendants on and in behalf of both ber and pasture; entire tract susceptible of cul below, wood-shed attached, barn, plenty of
up, hereabouts, in spite of the 120— Discharged, 10 males and 2 females of said defendants, and for one hundred and tivation ; good house, barn, sheds and outbuild fruit and shrubbery ; well of excellent water.
fifty dollars damage resulting therefrom and ings; an excellent orchard, together with an Price, $1,200, one-half down, balance on time
or any other number. Let that be Total number of patients on band at costs
and disbursements for this suit; and if abundance of small fruits ; school bouse close with interest.
present date 218 males and 91 females,
set down twice ;—and don’t you for making a total under treatment, 309 they fail to appear and answer as required, by ; plenty of oak, ash and maple; soil is first
the plaintiff will apply io the Court for the quality ; is one of the best farms in this valley.
Blocks 6 and 8 and fraotion blocks 22 and 24,
Jacksonville Sentinel .’—Josephine relief demanded in said complaint and for Price, $40 per acre ; $4,000 down, balance en Johns’ Addition. For sale at a bargain
rm stati :.
■ From the few returns gathered
irom different parts of the State, it is
quite certain that tho Republicans
have elected their whole state ticket.
Sv majorities ranging from 1,000 to
2,0'10. ki C. George’s majority bids
disapponaed the Republicans out ol
two members and so did Clackamas ;
while it is reported that Democratic
Wasco goes to tho reverse on both
etale and county tickets. This mix
ed state of affairs knock the bottom
out of all calculations. It will re
quire close returns from which to
gain, anything like reliable informa
L a TSR. —According to the Oregon,
ian of to-day (Thursday) it appears
that the legislature will be republi
can by from 6 to 10 members, on
T ibs .— The tie between Messr>
Magers and Nelson necessitates a
new election for which the Statute
provides as follows : “ When a tie
shall exist between two or more p-j-
sons for the senate or house of rep
resentatives, the county clerk shall
give notice to the sheriff of the coun
ty, who sh ill immediately advertise
another election lor such offices, giv
ing at least tea days notice. ’’ The
tie between Messis Coopw and" Ma
loney will be decided by the c unty
clerk, who shall publicly, at bis office
decide by let, tbe lucky man.
county again comes to tlie front with such other and fnrth< r relief rs to the Court time to suit purchaser.
may seem just and equitable.
a first class murder, the victim this
This summons is published by order of the
time being W. Akers, formerly ot Hon. R. P. Boise. Judge of the above named
Sams valley of this county aud tire Court, made on the 3rd daj of June 1882.
slayer David Gilmore.
J. L. STORY.
that last fail Gilmore charged Akers,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
who is a married man, witlr the se
duction ot bis daughter about sixteen
years of age, and warned him to leave
tbecouutry, which ne did. Last week
Alters returned, ostensibly lorw the Jg^t.;'*;.*.". iii‘f I Uiwrri^
p.irjwM« or IKKIliu tila wil'o
rorww WDPrefn J. M. Ffoiiton wita plaintiff n
Ju«vshuug J>uu*tv.. Gitoiorfl.X, ster R. Wilson, Oliver J'.:;ern</li v. Martha J. Wil
Ha* Bls' hud many applications from parties wishing to rent farms, we
rifle and declaring his inteutiou of son, F. Housewith. L< e Lamrhlin--partners as
Hoiisewitb and Lan.;hiin-were defendants,
killiug Akers on sight, proceeded to and
to me directed an I duly delivered, I have have coh 1:1tided to make this apart of our business, and would ask those
hunt him up. Meeting him on tlie seized and levied upon the following described having fi Irms to let to place them in our hands, and we will find renters.
roud, he, Gilmoie, commenced shoot eal estate*to wtt
of Thomas J Kuha- V. notification number Those w! |shing to rent will find ns on hand ready to give them all the in-
ing without effect and Arkersrun for 7176,
situate in Yan.hiil county, slate of Ore- f rmatiol i in our power.
the brush aud took refuge behind a 'iron ; and ibe <oiith-east quarter of section
stump. Gilmore continued bring and thirty-one in T2S R2 W,1n Yamhill county,
WARREN' <fc FRINK.
Si ate of Oregon, containing 160 acres more or
the deceased, being armed with a less: and will •. .! the same at public auction,
small tlve-shooter, tired a shot which to the highest bidder, for ca*h in hand, at the
inflicted a serious wound mi Gilmore, Court House door in rhe town of Lafayette, B. F. HARTMAN,
J- J. HARTMAN.
aud on incautiously looking from be Yamhill county, Oregon, on
hind his shelter, received a shot from Saturday, tho l.t Day of July, A, D. 1882,
Gilmore’s Winchester right between at the hour of one o’clock p. tn. of said day,
tosatisty the jn k-imv".i in said snit,andtbe
tbe eyes, causing instant death.
costs and accruing vos.s.
r. >5. Klil.TY,
When in McMinnville it will pay you to call at
STARVING BY THOCSANDS.
Sheriff of Yamhill Caunty, Oregon.
Lafayette, Or.. May 29th 1882.
The story of the down-i roddrn Jews,
And see our New Stock of
in tbe old world is ouh of horror.
A London dispatch of May 20th, pic T>Y Virtue and Authority of a warrant for
the collection ot taxes, issued out of the
tured it as follows :
County Court of the Staio of Oregpn tor Yam
The total number of fugitive Jew.» hill county, and to rnedirect”d and duly de Dolman*,
Cloaks, llantles, Shawl*. Trimming*.
who are now tn Brody, ou their way- livered, I have lev ifd upon, and on
Colonettex, Hosiery, Dress Goods, Skirts, Suitings,
out of RuMiia, fleeing to twape the Saturday, tbe lat D.tjr of July, 1382,
everything pertaining to Ladies’Wardrobe. Also,
atrocities practiced upon tho-e of their
race by tlie Russian peasantry, i- at lrt o’clock a. m. of taid day,at the Court
120,000. The committees of relief are State of Oregon, I will s. 11 to iht highcrjt bid
absolutely unable to afford even Blight der, for cash in bn .id. ill the Miowmg de Ifootó, «SÄ t«, Sandals, Ladies' Walking Boots Slippers, and Everything
V tr and Novel, before purchasing your Goods Elsewhere..
relief to so many, and the consequence bribed real property, .- J'.ato in T unhill conn-
is that thousands of these refugees are ty. State of Oregon, or a ufheient ain. uur .1
perishing from exposure a.id want. each |hece or r>arecl thvr< >fa wdl sist’v tbe
per cent. Discount ?iven < n all Goods, for Cash.
Over 12,000 starving person» among tax ot the year 18SI a^ . ' omi upon t! o delin
the multitude have already been sin quent list, together with
gled out, and the relief committees Breeding. J B: V Br;?i . hi , I ic •........... $8 35
ilfo hive th? Celebrated
Mrs. Annie. J V r *•. «-etio.is
innounce that they feel that they
.... ?n S3
must d'sband and di.scontlnne at
tempting to perform tlie
ÌL ai— -
4* »ere, ............
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ask of furnishing relief tg tlie lew ♦<’
«. >9 am. 3 M
whom their nn ana m
thern, ms the rest, impel «<1 t>y SMFVa- CaldwoL, Mr» * mb ;
,ion, attack the provide I, ,»ke »* i.v
Ue-i in H ip Iifk.'t
their food and render th . .work of *,n»
coinmi.tet H absolutely o.'BMball.
The committees say thATw vi«i 7»
the number of Jews on the uctuul
verge of death by starvati m in Brody Ewin
K - .. 17 SO
slmie tliat tbe work of relief is b« yond
LAIIES AND GENTS
W i.» Ò6 70
the power of any number of privat*
(»arxxTin rm wis, 1 Sifl.)
committees and must be done by a
.. 4 80
We carry * full stock of
nation to be of any real benefit.
AVarren <Sc FVinlc.
OWNERS OF FARMS & RENTERS
orncKii**>’ *r a
i i . grange -
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'THE BRICK STORE
Sheriff’s Tax Sale.
LADIES’ FANCY GOODS,
Gents0nurnish.iag Goods of allZDoscriptions
Quite an interesting and exciting
little occurrence to residents of Tie
Dalles on Saturday last was the pas
sage of the fias steamer R R.
Thompson over the rapids, to take a
new route on the lower river. The
Carrie Bradley’s trial lor the mur
\task was accomplished nicely by
of Brown resulted in her convic
tion of manslaughter.
Defloration day was universally
observed throughout the nation. Its Xolicr otTinal Seltlemenf
ceremonies were grand, noble and
'OTICK it hereby riven that
13’ fl'1“1 acc<’'}!" J „
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county court of
mnitimior «»» «•»'-------------«j/ P; f .
Garibaldi, the great Italian patriot,
died on the 3rd inst., aged 8j years
\ lininl»ii*toro< Hl»
, a*ed. and «aid Court ba* fixe I Jnly 5
"iTr'iirironrinu > thereof.
'hvroof. All peraonSf
¡ect to said
noiltli-il to amvar and oWvotto
connt nt -abl thuv and Jnac«. if any ot
tions there be.
BI^D à II 4
Administrator of *a’4 e*
Tiro foil-wing peraona were elected
oflieer» *f tlie St-te Gr«uge al Ha laat
Land Office at Oregon
M'saioii : /
I Notion — — I»
. -I nvrw.»,
. m Wa.
rt - >« «’ ’ Vita
f la - a -7^
Mn»ist R. F Bolte; Ov. rseer, D. SHin.-l ■ ro-d.T
F. K. Knick ; I^etorer, H E. H-ven ; I lion io msks rtn»',11, .ui’’,?*'s
' stab».andttrat «aid proof will Be ma e
rthWffnl W H. Th.,mas; Aaflialant •ha County »Tarli of Yamhiu < o-inl).
/..wmd; Win. HBlery;
' fijraite. Urauon.on Tbnrwtay. J”ly
iv.a: John Met nil. Hotm-tsad AnpH
Xn Vnr for t ha s I-« or « E
and Lof. A » an 111 of S h ; ft. T J ». It • '
Thoma. Smith I C»r.•», fe. B Heath ; ' 1-4 Hr
namv« tnr rol’owln« wltnaaar» to p
p .moot. M. J Hfliri’ 1 »1™». Harriet 1 hl- con tin uou»rv,l'’eneo nnon «ni co
of -aid lank, vu Lnkr R1»”"
(tanner' Lmlv A»»ifli»itt Steward I. i . tion
Booth, liront» trnrta i an I Rllrv Fe
b. Hillery ; Mtmbflr Executive Com of Wliumuia. Ya uhm » •"int,-
Vverill’s >Iixe<I Paints.
w 21 8S
The Best in Ml.
Patent Medloinea, Shoulder
Braces. Trusses. Sponges.
Dye Stuffs. Etc.. Etc.
...A Select Stock of...
Null, Tooth, ttofli aud khon
Ferfumtry, F ina Soapa, Face Fender»
aud Fancy T
Carefully and accurately prepared.
Before you buy
for the season, go to
and ex.imine the
McCORMICK TWINE BIND
ER\ CHAMPION and Mc
CORMICK MO WENS,
TIGER SELT D UMP
BUFFALO PITTS THRESH
ERS, HODGES' HEADER,
and everything needed by a first class farmer
o. o. hod sow
will be there and explain the machine! to you
any time that you will call.
Corner 3rd and D Sts.
LOGAN BROS. & HOLMAN, Pro1»
Carriage«, Hacks, Saddle Horæs, and every
thing in the line kept on hand and promptly
Will do well by calling on us.
Transient «teck left with us will be well car
ed for and at prices so inodorate that no one
Dopw fan to call at the New Stable.
FXUUSTK A. HILL,
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
public to his new and fine stock of
DBUGS. STATIONERY, PATENT «EDI-
ONES, CVTLE2Y. SCEOOL BOOKS,
DR. E. JESSUP,
Da > ton.
Cooper & Handley,
L ight S olar T ransit .
w. a u I. GURtiV,
Twer, *. y.
I have all the field note»
of the Public Survevs of
Yamhill county . and am
prepared to do First-Class
work on short notice and
Lumber ! Lumber!
P iXTIIE« CREEK MILL
[The old Moore Mill.]
WHITE ft AD AND OILS AND PAINT AND WHITEWASH W. D. ROBERTSON, Prop’r
Think in $
public for pa.«t i
nuance cf tha>/iibml patroeaaa,
dOfflce at Oregon City. Oregon. I
May W. is«. 1
I» Mr.-Sy atvnn that the followina-
settlflr ”n» riled no.tceoi his intention
final proof tn -nr.-x.rt of hi. claim,
tall proof will be mart» before the
Clark.or Yambill Co. at Lawnett».
Monday Julv S ISM. via: Oeorge
rs enquire <A , Pitcher, .■ "W
Homestead Application No. 777s lor
K 1-7 of X W t-4 »nd S W i-f of X W M of Sec
M.T. A ». R,«. W.
He name« ttsi. following witnes«»« to prove
hiaconiimon.-esl.lence upon, anrt cultiva
tion of. »aid land, via: Michael Avlward. of
MeMinnvillo, and John Mnrrar. ’Jack Agee
S’D NOTARY «nd Mat Mnrpby, of Sheridan, all of Tamhili
L. T. BARIX.
Having recently refitted and overhauled the
above mill and put in a new planer, I am
enabled to furnish both rough and dressed
lumber, of the very best quality, at the mos
P*r,'OT’«r« sail on mv. Teamster
Frank Wnght or B. F. Hartman, agent, at lie.
Minnville.or W. D. Robertson, at the mill
W. D. ROBERTSON
April »1, 'Si—9-11-tf.
Mollee to Whom it may Concern
Any perron found hunting or otherwise ir».
¡«ling on tbe premise, ol the nndervigted
from thia date, will be prosecuted to the full
extent of th. law. We must protect our prov-
J- ». HIBBS,
MeMibnrilie, Or. J
April lì, 18S2. ] ml.
SHEEP FOR MALE
About 7# head ef good Stock Sheep are of
fered for sale. Enquire of
»• W. McCALL.
Mcjf nnvillw April 2», ISS2—Idtf.