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purge Laughlin who in attend-! Mi s
lug sc. ml at the Grove is heme on a Beck, it file Smith and Jennie
ton, are visiting relatives
Fubllshed E^-y Thursday, at
I ut ibi- p
Ml liarles Saldsky has purchased
M c M innville \
------- ( <)|| a. <- it of the farmers being so
some "’ii let» from
--------- buey In/ i icultural meeting was not
very I adv attended. The next one
Mr. lank Parsous of
tile Greve w _ » m
meetings will lie held at Jee-
up uiulig his idd friends aud siaid ee FYNkli place on April 14tb, ai 2
oi in. Jie following are the officers
over i-« ¡ay.
electer»! the ensuing six months :—
: yor . and
days without rain; how I Pres , F, ia Woodward ; vice-Pl’e».,
is that i
lime ot year in Oregon? John F>wu ; Sec., Julius Hodson ;
Treas.faate Wiley ; Executive Com
Royal ami family have
iUOVeii . V|;
his place near Petcb's mute/ Ainamla Woodward, David
mill.“ ’ ba •■k_L»
Wooyard and Jesse Edwards.
own was laid out one day last
Regular meeting», Thursday evening on or
miniivi ''“‘a Sfi‘W!‘rf fl°n‘ neai^Jii weefou , sse Edwards’ place. Nev-
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
ing companions cordially welcomed.
.1 , if they do say we live in the
visiting with Mrs. H. F.
SNYDE THE PRINTER.
Min ch y, 1883.
>by end of Yamhill,” we can
>ur strings with any of tlieqi.
The lion part of March
to been v- K- Weods troni thè Grave
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“Hoss" Photographer & Biographist,
have been omitted this year
r «|S(i bril retil' mg
Mr- A. I).
you would like to have seen the
the month was sent in wrong ».J to. dmi frol nell
”’ '1.' io
4:»y- Alvo Mr. Glau- Jug ladies of this section work as
IS RIGHT ON HIS MUSCLE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Mrs. Crozier, wife of Nathauit Cro friends I ilem has heeii visiiing with /ii. v meant business, you should
attended to with promptness anti dispatch
e passed through here the past
zier, died at tier home near \» .at-
Office, Lafayette, Oregon.
k. They were fixing their flower
land, on the morning of the 10th, . ;.d ness to- . < dlarii was in town on busi-
i . of course the young men
.»y. He seems to be a rustier
i ' i "¡1 ct but will sing “I’ll stand
Dr. Howell, our popular denti-t, ¡e tow
Kee w. B. Ries drive thr<
eba .e of getting a ‘ button-hole
back with us again. He went up ,, bug1
with that splendid net» cu ct ’ by and by.”
rr *» V
Independenoe to do some work th.
u some of these widowe,
W> ar glad our Bellevue friends
and then took » trip to his home i uL
Att’y at Law & Notary Public.
uj ”;:. 1 ' '■ to take that some of the
» instead of the top biigJ d o w lit a saloon, aud hope they
ru ry air ays think so.
Office—one door East of Furniture Store.
have to put up with.
W. F. Coulter, Smith Allen and •ileh th
Ever body speaks well of the im
NIC rii li il ville, Oregon.
Burt Keys, all of Amity preci nil \Our hi •f added to their list f
¡^■k tin new members. Thev ¡A proved appearance of the two last is
were in town last week.
Call and See Specimens.
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''ln. 1‘ '‘V*®1
The session of County Court la«,'
to a »mmher
G" i inilk cows are in great de-
week, brought quite
town h -| jl( '
T. B. Lail.
an 1 quite a leiteh of business was go|v( ery frft1’
trees in this sectior>r’ niun al this place, at present.
I for this lime of yea J*’1 ’
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTABY PUBLIC
frost the peacl’Jkn I
Hon. J. C. Nelson was in town onepum
' g uMieh
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON
day last week.
Harding &. Ladd. Pros.
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab
I Evervl - in town are getting“’■
stracts of Title.
Charley Roberts quit butchering
Money to Loan at all times.
here and left this place for Engetie.
de Ho ll'
Collections made at usual rales.
I Having formed a co-partnership in the Prc-
.und in good codit/oii
Gus Smith, who has been very ill
the R eporter , we think that a few ed to pay cash for all kinds of Produce. Pat
for some time, is now able to be out »garden as-.
again, but looks very pale.
(Jr. It. lijnl ha. hut»'«me ooJ'in items from this place will interest ties having
s«me of the readers of your valuable
Frank O’Connor expects two ear I« Zement put or,
■ ..iifit ■ i >i< I paper.
We receive the R eportek Hay. Oata, Vtarley, Cured Meat».
Lard, Apple». Onion», Effgn.
loads of wheat, to-day, aud no doubt b** new mee arou.
•<■>! 1 — .mularly, and the items from different
next door to II
it will all be taken.
rtions of the county are read with
Warren’s. When not in office, enquire a
”•» ami will mu
Robison A Baker’s Drug Store.
L. V. Starr intends to go to Eastern
I f they
Oregon again this summer, not to re ne»
Our village is rather deserted at Any or all of these, are requested to give us a
turn. Mrs. E. D. Starr, being about
present. Every person that is able to call.
to lose her hoss workman for au indef
manage a team of horses finds em
Also, parties wishing to buy Lime, Cement,
inite period, lias concluded to close amlte
ployment on the farm.
v, he i
Plaster, II«ir and Grass Seed of any kina,
out her tin shop in this place and is
and see us.
Physician and Surgeon
•■ J' »II emu
We have seen several farmers haul
disposing of tiu ware very cheap.
Headquarters for the present at S. F. Hard
M»'. C. 1
’s Shoe Shop.
The average boy at the age of fif
Wisdom Millsaps says it will take a ing 52tf
HARDING A LADD.
teen years is seldom anything but. a Blokirn’s
bunch of fun, monkeyshioes and mis ,;er liarentei
same financial condition he was last
chief. But there are some exceptions, near fc n.
autumn ; and quite a number are not
and one very notable exception is that
■turned to- able to buy seed at all.
of young Milton Henry, of this place 'h»y b» the i
who, although a youth of about fifteen nephelMr. R„
vii camo with place are in splendid running order.—
W are ready to inform our customers that
years uow, lias since his father's him to*.it ait)Q
F many friends, 1< and R. Churchman are running the we arfj prepared to show them all the
death, been conducting the farm oper t beluBuhout
rfy since he left mm mill, and having repaired it thor
ations like a veteran, ami all his here. 1
Ph}Hici»nN an<l Surgeon*,
oughly, are piling up lumber at a live
younger brothers give cheerfully what
«''’a C R R. Co. ly rate.
ussisiauee they can. Yau iriay^ i7e
Wc have bought these goods .it
M Itul.H V .4 si>i:< I*l:TV.
sure Mrs. Henry feels proud oilier
We heard of a wedding, last Sun
l'igeami . !<</>«., .
-om day—Miss Osborn of this place and
b >ys, and so she ought.
EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES,
i. I. . tru is a Mr. James Savage, son of Hon. Wm.
Last Sunday our band serenaded
and we are going to sell them.
)p (;}, tlll,.
M CAIN & HURLEY,
Savage, of Polk county. We extend
this town, aud then took a trip to Mc
our beet wishes to the happy pair.
We have a fine assortment of Laces and Tien . f TTOU,VK 1 ’A . J T />. JII
Minnville to show themselves there.
T'1 ’ ’
’ wilt l e tin-
N at .
A party, consisting of the friends of
■■■ * ’ ibis place, now of Mrs. Breeding, surrounded her bouse Spanidi Laces and Fancy Ribbons
> town last week on this evening and serenaded her, thus
business. I ¡orrs a. doing a good
I' ¡-mess to.,d - ha’s" a ha dware welcoming tier home on her return
March 13, 1SS3.
l.n ff it y ette..
Cy’iiis Smith is able to be a',1
Several of our citizens were attend-
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
A Complete Line of ¡Stationery
against the road
.¡petition ,’or i --w- road between ing eourt at Lafayette this week as
There will be a five dollar prize e.
i here and Trd ^r's
en to the best sustained character
Mill was not
We paid a visit to the stone quarry
f quite strnnu ¡pf I, The new load
the masquerade ball on the eveuins
Trices and satisfy your
will soon be • -t «a the viewers this week. It is situated about 3 1-2
ire al read ' i- (> . it :
and if M.'. Mor- miles south west ot Willamina. The
’I.-,, .VI. A. SEAItS
Born—on the 7th of March, a fi
i is will a(.| ' \er
ill ; if pot, look stone is a deep, red sediment, of the
Golden Rulo Ban zar.
»on weighing 8 pounds to the wife
out lor sei Siug els,
finest quality and is tire proof. Much
■ » MC
J. E Hale. The little fellow h.ozi
credit is due Mr. Ralph Ingham as
1 Bedwei was suddenly
To Hiioitt it may Concern
Hale and aearty.
frtghtene. sierdnv oi receiving word pioprietor. The new road to the quar
ry will be finished in a few days. The
I would ¡ike to correct twomistal
that ’ her,
Notice is hereby given that the City Conn
."Jr. r’s cli.lrt vas d.ykig, and stone is being hauled to Sheridan to
that occurrtd in last week’s issue,
w is at " ¿tat
\!. ion. «u >iug mil found
cil of McMinnville, Oregon, will m fourte< n
day* from this date, pens an Ordinance re
being grocery and tin shop instead
~"-|>asms, I I left it in,..1) purposes. Mr. I. has twenty three quiring the owner» of the property adjoining
“ gin” shof. as was stated . the oil
be t.-i v,
■'lo pe return I.
the aides of the streets and parts of streets
“ Hollins” a Hale instead of “IJ
Gue ' ^-v Pai ><
’riday, ite I. several very beautifully carved fire hereinafter named to make sidewalks thereon
IIIX i i ,
* IO '. Ip tii e a . :-tl
tie w party
for places bearing on the front, the square not less that, six feet wide, with suitable
Mr. and Mrs Ii. BK Putman- li.»^ ^e| I lie i -* a^ie same o der r. A new and compass and the three links Any stringers and [dank, also sewers or drains sill Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
ficientto drain the same ; said sidewulks and
returned from p.-.a'iau.ie- '«re .1..
i ami all the one wishing a first class firo place, diains to begin at the North Eaet corner of public to his new anti fine stock of
have been on a short wedding nip <lai cel
t for L
mall sum of can have it delivered at their door hy Block 18, on the Weet aide of E street in the
DRUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
looking tiappy. Mr. and Mrs. l .liuii- JU eni\
addressing Mr. Ingham at Willamina. old Town l'lat of McMinnville, Oregon :
Henderson, who were married at the
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
same time and place, went out on the
M ir< h 2d M3, the quarry since lie became manager. ■of Blocks 33, 2-, 23 and 18 to the South-Mai
farm and went to work like ohl mini
CK.AKS AM» TOBACCO.
We also saw Mr. corner of Block 13, acrnsH First street, Pin.
Etta is wall See ad. next week
ers. Elinus, it seems to us that vou vvieka, uy o, I;,; ,,,,,
street and Cedar street in Johns’ Addition to
Prescriptions carefully eorn|NUin<led and
believe in the old adage: ** business k'*‘)*-n i>»| j- ,,,rt ..i tne country aiti Seudder flying around there as chief said Town of McMinnville, Oregon ; thence
tlirougf. garduer and boss wagon loader.
before pleasure." Nevertheless, allow tint they , IV |,e , ,i,|
beginning at the Smith-East corner of Block
us to wish both couples a luog and »'i?, . 9l,'l hai , .• « is the wirf,
And now the gay mid festive frog.
12 in said Johns’ Addition on the North side
ot tliejr trie.
Por Sal«* !
Within the marsh is seen ;
of Cedar street and running thence West along
The loafer seeks a sunny spot
ilo- towiA. _
the South side of Blocks 12 ami 13 and across
Mrs. Ellen Holcomb tiled with thal
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
Upon the village green ;
E street and D street to the South-West corner
| y > .i-i.-' y >ail thro’ ,
.1 readiuI disease, consumption, at Sa II? seel ng
The trade iu patent liver pills
of Block 14; thence from the South-East cor Ysmhill County, consisting «f a blacksmith
Becomes a steady thing.
lem on the Sth, and was buried at thi- own hors<>-Y| • i i tvi<» forty pure
ner of said Block II North along the East side »hop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
of Block 14 to and across Spruce street to the lumber and wood shed.
piece on the loth. Mrs Holcomb....
. < m yelling did
corner of Block 7 in Johns' Addi
the only living daughter of the late
11.e mly way
Wret. A. M ixab .
( HAS LAFOLLETT,
tion to the Town of McMinnville, Oregon.
deceased Mary Harty, that was luni recomd |>o t fur i a a•» tbHt he
Said notice is given by order of the City
away to rest at this place, some three i. as all-aid ibe t
'.d - or tn and
Conned, ma le March 6th, 18*3.
weeks since She leaves a husband teas going l«( ■
Our revd of’
and two children and other relatives
March 12, 1883.
A. B. BAKER,
and friends to mourn her loss.
City, Oregon I
fast Tuesday g
Heeordor of the Citv of McMinnville, -
Weather fair and everybody busy.
Jan- 10, 1883. (
As Mr. Robert Cheney was going •■ommHuily I
ili.;, wer« good
1 /erybody should take the R epor -
Notice is hereby given that the following
home last Sunday evening with i inoligli, fot u|
■ -ru t in ili« TH
named »enter has filed notice of his intention
»eeder tied iiehind his wagon, his hoi g.x«l work, if
h w were sane-
to make final proof in supfiort of his claim.and
(Aunty Surveyor Cooppr was up
aes became frightened at a little bo/ lui.d. How. |
■ * ■ lie name of
that said proof will tie made before the County
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, »
with a parasol, and in running threw lieii.g a hard ■
ont mence hei^list week dividing the Lelmiaii
’lerk <»f Yamhill Coiintv at La fay ¿Ue, Oregon
March 3rd, 1883. J
the seeder out of gear, breaking it ail llmir next me(
on Tuendiy, F«»b 27, 1883, viz: James J.
Friday prop rty.
Io pieces, riie horses ran to rear tie- evening.
Ishem, pn* rmptinn Ii. S. No. 3,377 tor th»
T r . i
Sait Buell starts for Eastern Oregon
named settler has filed noliee of hi« intention
railroad bridge, where Mr Cliaiui
this Meek, where he is interested in U* make final proof in support <»f his claim, Lot >. Str. I f. T 5 S, R 3 W.
He haiiies tl.e toilowing witnesws to prove
brought them to a maud-still withot t
and that said proof will be made before Henry his contiiiii'iiis residence upon and cultivation
any further damage.
of said land, viz : A P Magn»*»», M B Hen
Mr. -.nd Mrs. Jefferson Davis were
Ix>ok out for. horse thieves. Mr
the paries who brought about the hill County,Oregon,on Monday, April IB, 1883, drirk, Rolwrt Magness and G <’ Davidson, all
viz ; Charles B. Snltmi, Preemption D. 8. No. *<f Wheatland, Yamhill (xriintv, Oregon.
Smith Allen had one stolen from lib
cliihl I ist sab of the Lehman propvty, *ud 3V10 for the lots I A 3 of ¡4' C. 2<». T. 5 8. R. ft W.
bam, lee» Friday night, and Hiram
L. T. BABIN, Register.
the neijibor» are very thankful for
He names the following witne-# » to prove
Bun boho had one stolen from his
their kindness in helping tl»e afflicted. hi» continnous reiMrnce upon ami enltivation
l ain on the same night. The thieve*
°r r4 f ieni n
There ire a few patches of green of -awl land, viz: B. < . Filter, Edward Tillit
seem to he well posted in that kind o<
wheat | > be seen ; but from appearan son, R- M'-K^rm^ and G” >rge J n»«"*, all ol
business. They are still at large.
ces it will die mile’s we have rain Sheridan, Yamhill <• -»unty,
L T. BARIN, Register.
imi soon, for it look» worse titan ifr did a 5215»
-.1 and re* week ago.
Mr«. .Join McKenzie attends the
I wil* pay th« highest market price for Mer-
Sunday School Convention as a dele
hantab'e wh<al, *l*mr of »«ark. i’tean sn<l
March 12, 18S3.
a te grim gate.
t r-j fre»j >1 charge, in ca«c I buy ; in case yon
8h< represents n scho >1 of
The road* are getting in splendid
<r his about of/ rnenittvrs, and everybody
>■¡1 u> Giner partie», it wi’l c »»t you 3 cunts fot
f whs in this seetl» n should attend the school
cl< .in.ng sn<i »luring,
cÎ—^l c A m
ÍMII í B«!- and itelp it ».long.
Mrs. tt m. Burton came i p from
I am now rnanatseturing an
B ellevce .
ye«' 11 i
Portland Friday and returned Satur
A. Mo. I Qualify off Flsur«
>L YOU miigh when Shiloh’s
/» t’hich I invite the elw t in»wct.on. I
Mi«« Lettie Smith went tn Port’ iiiu
fhes V» »n ■( plu «qt". sn4 te cu*>-
Ndd by W. B. Turner.
-• < mnffin 1, return it a>> 1
\ «ill t
-Af year with' ut ort-nni ft IteontahM
to-day to visit her sister.
Ml i 11 if trau'm«, irice« accurate
*e r. ruled.
We would say to I^-e Smith, whittle
e¡ ,4^#.*»«;.. of Veffetabw* and lTow**r
Ml kiri'l* of *r.H I
bub mvR»lf »nd wife owe our
from you and you will never cut ybur-
>r i* .• un uk
>lt rtHWMfTION CUBE.”
V FERRY & CO. D etroit M ich .
Money to loan ou good real ealate seeuri-
U. G. BINGHAM,
Ouiiipbell’a Building, McMinnville.
H. S. MALONEY,
Counsolot at [Law.
Office— Mieridiiu, % muhlll Co., Oregon
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Soiling Real Estate.
A. M. HURLEY,
ITew and Elegant
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
W. D, FENTON,
Produca and Coimissicn House,
Í5.A. VOVÏTG, M. Z).,
Dr. G. Xi. HORD,
The beet brands of Liquors, Winos and Ci
gars kept for sale. When .you go to Dayton
call and see Frank.
ATTORNEY AT T»AW. CONVEYANCER,
Real Estate and Collecting Agent, and No
tary Public All work pertaining to this line
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
ufacturer and repairer of Boot« and Shoes. All
work done with neatness and dispatch Head
quarters under Odd Follow«’ Hall. McMinnville,
l as on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
from the best material and best workmanship.
Painting and trimming done to order.
Genera] Blacksmith ai/d Repairer.
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo
ple of McMinnville that he is running a AfHk
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
’lie best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
those wishing to lie supplied with the article
it once can do so by leaving orders at ' b Nj‘o»t-
W. G. DAV
DR. E HOWELL
Littlefield & Calbreath,
Newest Styles of Millinery.
W. II. BOY I*, MT. D,
/ NFFIOE—up stairs ovt< Manning’s Tin
' ' Hfc»re, McMinnville, Oregon*
Particular »ttention paid to diseases of wo
men and Children.
it not in uttisn, san be found by enq'iiung
vt cil fier of the drug stores.
P. 8. — Patients have
right to have their
Prescript ions filled where they diooae.
Has returned to his ohl stand—up «fairs in Hi
mond«’ building—with a new equipment of
utensils lor his work and is now prepared to
From a sm«ill size tin type to akge Cabinet
Please give me a call.
Will Ilici U b,
To call at the abovs Naloovi.
I keep c-TTiblrtiitly on hand Uio Finest Win
»nd J^Mpiors lot Family and Medicinal use.
JOMN ( ASWU L, Proprietor,
NO. 1 SALOON.
C. W. HULERV. Pro.
(Successor to M. Feker,)
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquor«, Bit
ter», Wines, etc., the markets a fiord. Also,
b*«t otcigar», and th»» justly celebrated >”#
Francisco Lager Beer.
(Situated at the Depnt,)
I., H, COOK, Prop.
-pin- HOTEL 18 EIR-T-<4.A«8 k .• Pit
* rl<-ular, Is-imr fornieiuul . itvAii
.i "..... ... ...rl.
S ot.ld resp»
i hi t he ha» <-
« a I of Post
I m * t s'* ¡erteci
• ., in the ci
* ;t ne Frsr
. Hair < »
i > I*»- -m
X loss or
h« Throat ani
akc no otkw.
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