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Circuit Court Docket.
Singing “Rescue the Perishing.” a motion T eacher ' s I nstitute .
Proceeding* of the Yamhill Connty
to adjourn, followed by singing the Doxolo-
E ditors R eporter Permit me through
. Any person who takes a paper regnlar-
1 State of Oregon vs R. Fenton—Indict
gy. closed the first session.
from a post-office, whether directed in ment.
the columns of your paper to again call the
SECOND SESSION, TUESDAY EVENING.
name or another's, or whether he sub-
attention of the Teachers of Yamhill to the
2 II. F. Mayer vs A. M. Hurley, adminis THIS. THE FIRST COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CON
^B'lbeil or not, is responsible for payment.
After devotional exercises, tho meeting lis
VENTION EVER HELD IN ORKUON, A DECIDED tened to the reading of tho minutes of the regular Annual District Teacher's Institute
If a person orders his p.-qa-r disco'itin trator-ejectment—settled.
to be held at Independence, Polk county, on
Uik! he must pay arrears, or the publisher
3 A. M. Hurley, adrnin'r vs If. F. Mayer
SUCCESS GOOD SPEAKING, GOOD SINGING AND first session.
>nk\ contimm to send it until payment is -cross bill in equity—settled.
The question for the evening was opened the 28th. 29th and 30th of March 1883. A re
A GENERAL GOOD TIME.
•’»‘«I then collect tie- whole ;i inoimt,
by Rev. Crawford, followed by Rev. K ush duction of tho faro on the R. R. will be made
4 State <»i Oregon vs S. M. Painter and
iether the paper is taken from tbeo'fice or Jue. Davis Indictment.
uid M. E. Edwards. The instruction given
Promptly at two o'clock on Tuesday, in the remarks m d' was listened to with thus enabling Teachers to attend at compar
m3. The courts have decide»! that rein ing action for money.
March 13th, 1883. the McMinnville Christian marked attention. Good music of singing ative small expense. The Directors of the
to t ike newspapers or ¡H»riodicnlfl from the
by M. U.Gortnvr and others filled the vacan schools now in session are earnestly request
1» CL Taylor vs J. S. and J. C. Morin—ac Church bell told the hour as heret»»fore an cies. The meeting then adjourned to meet ed to allow their Teachers time to attend the
po' i (»dice, <>r removing and leaving them in
nounced of the convening of the delegates at 8:80 to-morrow.
the office, is prima facie evidence of inteii-
Institute, that they may become better fitted
7 lohn Dempsey vs H. Johuson et al— from the different Sunday Schools through
THIRD SESSION, WEDNESDAY MORNING.
for the schoolroom. 1 am informed by the
4 The Postmaster General has decided suit to partition land.
out the county for the purpose of organiz
After devotional exercises, the minutes of State Superintendent that the Teachers of
thai postmasters who fail to notify publish
8 Frank Bros, vs John Sax—action for
the previous session were read and approved. Marion, Polk and the oilier counties interest
ing a County Sunday School Association.
ers .vhen subscribers remove, or fail to take money.
questions for discussion of the morn ed in the coming Institute are alive to the
th. r papers from the postoffice, aball be re
Bro. Hoberg, by api»ointment from the ing The
9 G. L. Hibbard vs S. F. Harding et al—
session, first was opened by tho Presi- work. Teachers of Yamhill, let us rally to
sponsible for their subscription.
State Sunday School Convention, called the ident, second J. J. Collard, 3d P. E. Ander the call and aid in making the coming meet IJONT YOU rOKUET that
8NTDE THE PRINTER,
10 B. C. Westfall vs Joel Bryan—motion house to order, and presenteil tho following son. 4th M. U. Gortner, by readidg an essay ing a success.
L. FT. B aker ,
music. Fifth by Jesse Edwards. All the
to confirm sale.
printed programme, which was adoptatkmfe on
questions were disscussed by many speakers.
"Iloss" Photographer & Biographist,
11 C. K. Harbaugh vs G. W. Hardwick— Rules of Older for the Convention :
Though some who were expected to open the
w;L. II. Baker Notice to 'I'eacher.
suit for partition of personal property.
Tuesday afternoon—2 to 2 :30 Devotional dissuussion were not present. The thoughts B orn .
IS RIGHT ON HIS MUSCLE.
H m *. Newby—Farm and Mill for Sale.
12 John Wesley vs E. Rogers et al—action Exercises ; 2 :30 to 3, organization and elec i ud suggestions brought out by the different
In McMinnville’March 15th, 1883, io the
| k F.. (’. Williams—Executor’s Notice.
tion of officers ; 3 to 4 reports from schools, speakers were mostly commendable and wife of Postmaster, 1). II. Turner, a daugh
13 Grant Turner vs. S. A. young—settled. their condition, wants, Ac. ; 4to5. What can caused a revival of the same spirit of enthu
<fc N. Hendrick—Millinery.
ami interest which was manifest in ter.
14 D. M. Osburn Jfc Co. vs Alfred Florey— we do to extend the Sunday School work in siasm
I J. £1. Sawyer—Fine Stallion.
the preceding session.
our county ?
And that is what has caused Dave to look
ffigeSL. T. Barin—Filial proof notices of Janies
Good live singing was indulged in at the so pleased ever since. “ Why, she's just the
Tuesday evening—7 to 7 ;30, Devotional
15 IT. I’. Graves vs P. M. Scroggin—suit Exerciser , 7 :30 to 9, short addresses from close of each discussion.
1 Klnn-r, Daniel m . Evans.!’. Symons. Samuel
finest girl in this count, y,” he would remark
Newell and A. B. Pollard, Timber land No- to correct deed.
Ry motion, a committee of five consisting to every one who called for their mail—“and
several speakers—subject. “Are we suffi
tic« of Henry Roberts.
16 E. Dow ning vs D. Gunning—action for ciently awake to the importance of the Sun of sister Edwards, W. S. Powell. J. J. (Jol weighs just nine pounds.”
la rd. Mrs. Hoberg and J. E. Magers were ap
day School work ?”
Wednesday morning—8;30 to 9, Devotion pointed to propose a place for the next meet M arried .
17 Alfred Perry vs O. R. & N. Co.,—ac
al Exercises ; 9 to 9 :30, duties of the Super ing and report this afternoon. The question
tion for damages.
M uch 11th. 1883, at the residence of Geo.
was then taken up which consisted of
18 John Perry va O. R. Æ. N. Co.—action intendent : 9:30 to 10, the opening and clos drawer
- I’lour $7 d»-liars per barrel.
ing exercises ; 10 to 10 ;30.best mode of teach a variety of questions all bearing upon the F Walling. Newport, Benton county, Ore
ing ; 10 :S0 to 11. Sunday School singing ; 11 in'.< rests of the Sunday school. The answer gon, by Wm. P. Stout, J. P., Mr. J. J.
;jff’ublic school closes to-morrow.
Call and See
19 Dulcina Wood et al vs A. J. Cooper— to 11 :30, how should a lesson be prepared ? ^iven by the President and others were w ell AVright and Miss Ella 8. Morgan all of Ya-
I ¿^Circuit Court convenes next Monday.
suit to partition land.
11 :30 to 12. question drawer.
A motion to adjourn and the singing of a
‘.4) Eliza Hawley vs. O. R. A N. Co.—ac
Wednesday afternoon—2 to 2 :30, Devo
o|ff)idii't the llose bovs make the dust fly ?
tion for damages.
tional exercises ; 2 .30 to 3, the Bible class— hv.u closed the session.
M oore ’ s V alley , Or., March 12th 1883.
C. F. Talmage has returned to this
E ditors R eporter :—Having noticed a
21 M. C. Breeding vs T. B. Breeding—di-
pfeicc. to remain.
in the R eporter of March 1st con
of our scholars ? 3:30 to 5, children's meet the minutes were called for and responded cerning a little difficulty between A Smith
^ff’rank Redmond has a fresh supply of felt
22 Shell Hawley et al, minors, vs (). R.
and A. Hinkley, it is nothing more than jus
to by the Secretary.
■Id straw hats.
N. (Jo—action fur damages.
Wednesday evening—General discussion :
Cha’s Hirsch, Pro.
The question, “The Bible Class, who shall tice to contradict the statement. Hinkley
23 James F. Bewley vs I). M. Caves et al What care can a teacher exercise over his teach and how shallot be taught” was open drew a revolver before half a dozen words
Mis [da Arthur was quite ill lasliweek, but
scholars out of Sunday School ?
[ piklschnkider ’ s old stand .]
ed by J. E. Magers. “What can we do for were passed and not until then did Smith
After devotionul exercises a resolution whs the conversion of our scholars” was discuss abuse him.
24 James T. Augur vs Levi Bennett and
Wax ve bugger, stand from under ye son
wifi-—action for money.
J uhtiub .
offered by J. Hobson, which read as follows: ed by Mr. McNeal. File remarks were good.
of a say cook anyhow.”
25 il. F. Mayer
Co. vs John Field
[Signed by four responsible citizens of
The committe appointed to report on the
Unpaid of Trade meeting to-morrow even appeal from County Court.
pice for holding the next meeting, report the Moore’s Valley. |
ini at the City Council rooms.
26 J. K. Sears vs O. F. Coulter et al—ac- Yamhill County Sunday School Convention, plane Lafayette, time. 2d Tuesday and Wed
FINE WINES, LIQUOBS, BEEB and CIGARS
and that the following Articles be adopted as nesday m March. 1884.
In Memory of Susio Daker
^Ksrs. Maggie Hewett, of Albany, is in the tion for money.
The following committees were appointed
HKER 5 CENT* A tiLASR.
W. J. McConnell vs C. W. Burton—ac- a Constitution of the same :
©it;, visiting her relatives and friends.
by the chair:
Green bo the turf above thee,
A rticle 1. 1'hat the object of this Con
?'^fi llers will be Easter service at the Union lion for money.
Committee of arrangements, Jesse Ed-
28 G us Anderson vs Town of Sheridun— vention shall be to promote the interests of ,va> ds, W. 8. Powell, J. E. Magers.
Souday School next Sunday morning.
None knew thee but to love thee,
the Sabbath Schools in this county.
Committee on resolutions, to report at
W. U. HRNDERSON,
Nor named thee but to praise.
W. T. LOGAN,
Messrs. L. V. Starr and Chas. English, of
29. 1£. S. Stephens vs Alary Stephens—di shall consist of a President, vice-President, evening session, Jesse llobsun, C. F, Royal.
Lai ayette, called on us one day last week.
Permanent Secretary, Assistant Secretary
Committee on nomination, J. J. Collard,
From eyes unused to weep,
9C>eouty-CJlerk C. W. Talmage was in town
.’k). A. J. Nelson vh II. E. Tupper—action and Treasurer.
C F. Royal. Geo. Robison.
an»l dropped in td s» e us Tuesday morning. for money.
art . 3. it shall be the duty of the Presi
Singing, “My Redeemer.”
Will tears the cold turf steep.
31 C. H. Dodd <t Co. va Cha’s Fisher et al dent to preside at the meetings of the Con
^MF..Llie Warren, who wrs quite sick last
The groups of children coming in an
vention, and in case of his absence the vice- nounced the time set apart for the children’s
week '.vitli SCHi.; ; fi ver is i.api o'.Jilg 1 ipidlj —action for money.
When hearts whose truth was proven
C. H. Dodd <fc Co. vs J. F. Walters et president shall take the chair.
meeting. A few remarks from the President
Like thine, are laid in earth,
BgiTiss Katie Buck In’ b some sort of an ail al 32
A bt . 4. The Permanent Secretary shall Mr-. Wood and M. E. Edwards to the chil
—action for money.
should a wreath be woven
ment with her throat and is confined to her
keep a record of the proceedings of each dren were listened to with close attention.
To tell the world their worth.
I 33 A£. A. Rounds vs Oliver Kouts—action meeting, together with a list ot the Sabbath
After singing a hynm, the meeting closed.
j for money.
Schools in the connty, the name of the Su
It should be mine to braid it
^■Uharles Scott and wife of Portland have
34 R. 8. James vs Town of Amity—re- perintendent, the number of scholars, the
Around thy faded brow,
been spending a few davs this week in town . view.
(Stables at McMinnville situated on Thirt St. ;
After devotional exercises, the minutes of
postoffice address of each school and make
But I’ve in vain essayed it,
Wil h relatives.
that iu Dayton ©n Ferry St.)
rhe 4th session were read. The committee
1 35 Mary Williamson vs C. AI. Williamson a report at each meeting.
A bt . 5. The Assistant Seoretary shall on resolutions then made tlieir report which
number of v»mng folks from thia place ' —divorce.
att'nded the masquerade ball at Amity one
Henderson & Logan Bros,, Prop’s.
While memory bide me weep thee,
36 Maria M. Rosner vs Claudius Ekins—
Resolved, That we extend a vote of thanks
shall render the Permanent Secretary suoh
night last we ek.
Nor thoughts nor words are free,
to the Christian Church fur their kindness
assistance as he may need.
^Klow would it do to suggest the idea of
37 White Goldsmith & Co. vs A Diel-
A bt . 6. At each meeting of the Conven m allowing us the use of their building.
That mourns a friend like thee.
ooi citizens taking gome steps towards get schneider—action for money.
Resolved. That we extend a vote of thanks
tion a committee shall be appointed to nom
We are prepared to furnish
ting a liberty polo ?
A F mknd .
33 D. M. Osborne <L Co. vs AI. A. Rounds inate officers ; also a committee of arrange to tile otfict r 4 of this Convention fortheir
McMinnville, March 12th, 1883.
Hurst of Salem, having sold his mil! ■ et al—action for money.
rangements for the meeting of Convention, vention.
nt;'that place, was in town last week looking
39 D. AI. Osborn A; Co. vs Al. A. Rounds entertainment
of persons attending the Con
fur a location to begin anew.
ana J. Smith—action for money.
Every sufferer from liver complaints and and everything in the Livery hire in good
vention, and invite such persons from abroad to the people of McMinnville for their kind
• A very neat display of children's hose and
40 Staver & Walker vs M A. Rounds et as shall add interest to the Convention.
shape on shortest notice.
nt ss and hospitality.
constipation will doubtlessly avail themseves
summer goods can be seen in the show win al—action for money.
Resolved. That wo extend a vote of thanks
A bt . 7. The annual meeting of the Con
of the golden opportunity presented of test
dows at the Golden Rule Bazaar.
’ 41 Staver A Walker vs M. A. Rounds—
ing the new remedy. Syrup of Figs, free of
nished the Convention.
Wednesday of March of each year.
■B u L S. Allen of Amitv. was in town on moii - action for money.
Stables and Funeral Turno uta
A rt . 8. I’hifl Constitution may be altered
•42 John Sangster & Co. vs AI. A. Rounds
diy—on his wav home with the horse that
been aggravated by the harsh, griping
furnished at any time.
or amended by a favorable vote of two-thirds to Bro. J. Hoberg for his untiring efforts in only
—action for mom y.
wastolen from him several days ago.
tl e organizing of this our •‘Yamhill County
of the members present.
the gentle yet thorough influence of Syrup
We are prepared to offer special induoe-
43 Newberry Hawthorne & Co. vs AI. A.
A motion to adopt the resolution read was 8unday School Convention.”
»fflVc should have stated last week that Mrs.
Resolved that a copy of the proceedings of o ’ Figs. Those who have tried it praise it mente to
Comstock, of Portland was in town on a vig- Rounds—action for money.
41 J. B. Sampson vs Sampson & Perkins—
Bro. liobcrg then appointed a committee tits convention be furnished tho Y amhill
it| in company with her daughter, Estella.
0 O M -V K K c ¡
L M E N !
at non for money.
consisting of C. F. Royal. J. i. Collard a*id hjj^oRTJiK and Oregon “Register” foi publi for sale by W. B. Turner.
j I . Bettman has disposed of his liouse an J
McCain to nominate offi.’c»h tor die crTtii.
' leU t i Wm Holl. . onsiderati-. h ^1.190.— • 1' Riioh&l . I Huss vs J. 11. Hess—divorce. coming year, which nomination by the com
J. H obson ,
46 Amy C. Goeser vs C. D. Jump--to par mittee and election by the Convention, re
He >lso s.jld his stock of groceries to L.
(’. F. R oyal ,
Opposite McMinnville Hotel, where all beat ot care and attention.
J esse E dwards , I
sulted in the following : Pres., Rev. J. Ho
kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods and Con
£7 Wm McChrisman and R. J. Lance- berg, of Lafayette ; vice-Pres., J. J. Collard,
The disscussion for the evening v'as opened fectionery ean be had, ('HEAP, FOR CASH. A MONTHLY SETTLEMENT OF ALL BILLS
Hambletonian Mambrino.” Mr. Gallowav’s
Also a lunch room in connection with same.
will be required by ua.
cd)«-brated stallion will he in Lafayette next
Singing by the choir.
Asst. Becy., M. U. Gortner, of McMinnville
H. C. SHADDEN. Pro’r.
wick in care of Mr. J. R. Martin. Take a money.
An effictive speech of exhortation and en
48 Q. W. Olds vs J. H. Olds—action for I re ml , G ’ \v. 11 h 11 of MOMiimYiUe.
HENDERSON A LOGAN B rom .
wk at this horse.
The Assistant Secretary not being present courapement by M. E. Edwards was listened
•Spchool Superintendent Baker's family have
49 E. P. Bower vs James Flett—action for
gdna to Mrs. JB.’a father's, near Davton, to rc-
ferent schools, which reports were given as song by the choir, “Do Good” closed the secured bv Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Brice
imun during the summer, as Mr. Baker will money.
first County Sabbath School Convention in 50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold by W. It
be absent most of the time.
50 Dan Johnson vs J. A. Grazier—action
M. U. Q ortner ,
J esse H obson ,
S^Deputy Marshal Shadden arrested aChina-
51 Marx ¿Jorgensen vs Gus Anderson—
For Lune Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh's
nir<a last Saturday for peddling without li-
cdn-4o. lie was taken before Recorder B iker. action for money.
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by W. B-
W hat to S tudy .
Name of Soho »I.
—¡fined and wont on his way rejoicing.
(Old** NATIONAL,” established 18ßß.)
52 O. IL Adams Co vs E. J. Esson et al
Our Willamina correspondent asks us to
Hkl he ladies of this place will please bear in —action for money.
n P •c ir. ji
128 Front St., Bet. Washington ani Alter,
give a list of the Text Books adopted by the
53 II. J. Rosenfeld & Co. vs Geo. Bangas-
maud that the Misses Hendrick are r <% ivim
State B< ard to be used in schools of the
a pexv and fine stock of Millinery ami F inc\ ser and G. F. Bangasser—action for money. X . .
G< >ds and on Friday and Saturday next will | 54 J. H. Olds vs J. E. Harris—action for Amity Baptist............
State, which we are gla»l to do and are pleas
Wheatland Evangelist. 12 .3-1 26 4.(Hi ¡7.lió 1
A. I*. Arm.irou,.
ha .• their Spring Opening.
Hopewell Union........... 1.» 88 .«0 32.30 ....... ¡
J A. Weaco,
Penman und 8ecy.
55 J. Bollnski vs John and Sarah Hop Lafayette M. B
^^Ithough Snpt Baker’s family have moved
11 85 58 r.’.ou l'..(K) « section ask us such questions as this, as it is
frp a this place., his <»ttice will be permam-nl field—foreclosure.
Newberg, Friends ....
|(D 51 25.95 5 Dll
of interest to all of our readers. Here is the W heal. per ousuel...................
ly, I »cated in m :Minnville. Parties wishing
5G Z. F. Moody et al vs Andrew Ornduff A mi', x ' 'hrisiiau......... 11 (»043 lU.OO
Flour, |»er barrel....................
list of books to I n » used in public schools :
An institution designed for the practical busi
• ally thing pertaining to his »»tlioe in his ab ■ 111 d w 1 fe— fore«lo.su re.
Pleasant Hill.............. •1 18.30 4.50 ‘¡>.¿1.1
Oats, }»er bu.sl.oi.. .................
sent w. will call oil Mr. A. B. Baker, at tl.»
ness education of both sexes.
Dr»e»l Ag.pl.*s, per imuitdi......
f.>7 Z. F. Moody ut al vs R. S. Griffin and
G IO 36 15.00
w i f e—f»»rec losu re
’luuib, per |M»uinl................
Arithmetic — Brooks’ Normal—Mental, Pii I Bren,
McMiniiv’e Baptist... 11 77 6-.J Y,.10
per ten..................... .
58 Baptist College vs 8. Potter—action McMinnville Union... 7 70 1.« 9.00
|Bkl). Jesse.Hobs >n, Newberg’s im rc'iant and
m iry. Elementary, Written and Higher.
jhh master was m town attending the Sun
Geography Monteith’s Elementary and («round I’ pc «I, i«er ton............
McMinnville M E....... II 75)45 8.00 1.00
dip, School ('onventi»m last week and paid
59 Bilev Smith vs O. R. &. N. Co.—action Carlton......................... 10 401.30 3.85 6.85
us : visit. This gentleman is our agent at for damages.
Grammar- Sill's Practical Lessons and ’Inions, ikt |Miund.................
Hutchcroft.................... • • 45'35
Baron Biden, |«er ponii.l __ _
Ntwberg. and will please accept our thanks
(it) John W. McGrew vsG. P. Walling A Webfoot........................ 11 75 56 25.ÓÓ .......
for numerous favors.
Speller—Watson's—Child’s, Youth's and Ham, per pound
Sheridan M. E............ 10 7550 13.0(1 5.00
Dayton M. E................ 12 106 (JO JO.OO
^■ iicle Jolm Baker told Uncle Andy Baker
(.1 Goo. S. Nelson vs. Allen Sniderand
Hsstory- -Barnes’ Brief, Parley's Universal Lu* I. |»-r |MHii>d ...
Admitted on any week <lay of tho year. Nu
th: i George Harris said that Charles Groeri wi fe—f oreclosii re
Totals—No. teachers. 1 ’•» ; No. sc holán ai »1 Anderson’s General.
ButtxT f»ri pound.. ..T7.....
vacations at any lime, ami no exam
h- nd that J. W. Garrison hail inti
UggH, per dozen......................
Penmanship Spuiuerian System.
62 J. Hibbs vs A. Denny—to reoovor per
m)nied that < ol Wallace told his wife that sonal property.
AI gw bra -Brooks* El wine 11 ta ry.
¡nation on eutering.
Hides, dry flint, jier jK.tind..
Ltllher Shobe had the best lot of mn . cal in
There are, of course, several other studies IIides, given, per |x»und ,.
(3 John Campbell vs R. B. Odell etai—
strtimeiits ever offered for sale in the state.
I nd down in the series, such a-. Geometry, Dressed Hogs, per cwt...........
mt tion of defendant to open up default.
Geology, Book keeping, etc., but these are Wool, per |>ound ....................
Por the Full DuflineHs Course.
HA uuh m . L. Potts, m . D., isat this time en
(il (J. H. Buckingham vs Adeline Bucking
not intended to be U»«»ght in our public Tallow, per pound...................
ga d in delivering a series of leetures on ham—divorce.
Chickens ,M»»vn- j**r dozen.
th- human body. Monday and Tuesday et
(■.’» Baptist Collage vs J. F. Hawley—action
eii igs her lectures were free, and Mohawk
Ex S oldiers , A ttention I
Ifti !l was crowded. Tie- lady is a fine, logic tor money.
WILL YOU SUFFER with liyspepsia anil
66 Baptist College vs Wm. Savage—action
all speaker and lias told the jieople many
A grand ie.union of the old soldiers and
iff nigs for their good, if they but give heed for money;
n arines of the North Pacific ('oast ¡8 to be Liv»-r Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer ím guaran <>•'all kinds executed to order at reasonabl
to cure you. Sold by W. B. Turner
h ¡Id at Portland on the 3rd,-Ith and «th of
(•7 W. T. Newby vs Mary Rowland—eject
rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J-llv 1883, and that place is expecting to raise
CATARRH REMEDY a pos
Murphy and (Jov were recaptured Monday ment.
ll.t- .-aim of $10,000 to giv« the boys a filling
piling by Sheriff Collard and on Tuesday
welcome -to give us three days in «-amp. itive cure for Uatarrh, hiptheriR and Canker
l imed to Lafayette. 1’lie Sheriff had been T he E verlasting P est .
“draw rations,” have " guard mount,” “ roll Mmith. sold bv W. B Turner.
The College Journal, containing information
Portland t<» notify the authorities of the
call,” " i-evcille,”“ tattoo,” “sick call,” &c.,
A h a last meager crumb of consolation, af
T. B. Badi of the course of study, when to enter, time re
Rape of his men, and to ask the police to
A a. Etc.
And as Yamhill expects to be E. X. Bardine.
coat of board, etc., and cuts of orua-
K on the alert : had started home and when
tip te it is requested that this county hold a
menial | m nrnanshiu, from the |*»n of Prof.
the upper part of the city met his “birds ’ brave farmers congratulated themselves
ma s r. -ting at McMinnville Or., <uj Friday,
up< ii the pro:
lift the pestiferous wild
May J' th. under the anspices of Luster Post,
A. P. ARMSTRONG.
Geo. F. Barnum is adding a neat story *: . crop had been squelched for this season,
Lock Box 104.
Harding & Ladd. Pros.
and that was held ns a matter of no little
C F Royal and wife, M dames Baker of ail the vete-.aiK in the county. We there
» ivinnville : he also has a tidy fence framed consequence, promising a large increase in
fore a p| mint the following named comrades
«ir i.l in readiness to be placed around his
„ ...>bson, I) J Wood, Sc.lv Smith.
t<> enroll ail ex-soldiers ami marines in tbblr
ei-ises. < nd when the improvements are the y»eld of good, clean grain. But it seems
Nancy Springer, Olli.' Bridwell.
respective preci nets, and rejmrt the list at
inpa'twd <>ur good neighbor will certainly the reckoning was considerably “off.” Those
meeting on the date above gtiited. J. m .
I would most re-pe< tfullv announce for the
ive a Cozy and comfortable little home : to Ii Ids which were replanted early, we under
H. A. Loughary, J W Cowles, — Me Kelly,
U'lf.iyette . J. (’. C<v>per, McMinnville;
Iwnelit of rny rindoniors and the public in gon
I of which he is justly entitled.
stand, are fairly bristled with wild oats and
Lafollett, Sherijan : W. H. Harrison,
er >1 that tin* -light damage to my dam, by the
[AVe ni**t Billy Booth the blacksmith, the
Dnitv : \. L. S.iyi«»r. Dayton ; Mat. Maroney,
late II<>* m |, haa !»• on fully repaired, and thatf
»erdiiY. with his hands full of old hor.«c thrifty as usual if not a little more so. —
North Yamhill : Johu Shear. West ('hehalem.
am now ready to do grinding on short notice
: h ? f . “ (roing to hang tht-se on mv chirr. (’•»» seque.itlv many farmers who have had
' . Williamson, Wheatland.
We will ap
in good order.
?s : it’ll make them liear” says Billv. U.
point in other precincts as^sm as lit« naipts*
MONROE A LONGPON.
ilcd incredulously. Billy insisted that he ini- will hold oil ; verel week* yet to give
Willamina, Feb. 2ll, 1883 5012*
ri right. We couldn't h'-lp swelling up ; the ••untamed cereal” another gongn with the
D H I'UBNKR.
!e with ridicule until Billy twinkled hi
J. ('. C ooper .
■a and suddenly kn^N’ked the wind all out arc multiplied this season, and their courage
k» far tL- y ar?
TAX PAYERSTAKE NOTICE !
our line of reflections, with : “ 1 know my
pn will bear up these few horse-shoes ; ami •.pial t*» the emergency. < hie of them plucky
O bituary ,
persons whose Rixes are yet unpaid, wilt
a good place to keep them.” And who
•• M-chael Lda-r*’ liaa deparied. On t he
• Well,” saya Im. ”1 don’t know what the
pl. ate .-all nt n«v off««« and settle, without lur-
ild have tbooght of it ? Sure enon h.
;> -opir of tin.i country would have done if
evening of March 17tb. white the dim twi-
tb ;r delay, ami save costs.
tie wifi! «»ats had been all killed off -, there
Ik B. COL LA UP,
id N ewt ».
light shades gently deHuended over the
wouldn’t fi t •’ been half enough hay for next
>1 MIKING A LADD.
Sheriff of Yamhill County
or some time the people of onr ctmiiuun- winter's use.”
ppuceful and unsuspecting citizens of the
citv, Si Patrick, » who bani J»wl the HUftkew
liave been asking f^r “fnatar trains” and
from (Mild Ireland ». ran«»» silently into town
W. A. FENTON,
unob-•erved, and truck the |< eks from the
C i ’- teb P ost B ind .
including guo»l Inrm Teara.
•ini the following notice issued by the Rail-
ribbed and Mndded doors and “ Michsel Lib
Perhaps our citizen* are not aware that
aliti Mint- HaAer W uroii, Plowe, Harrow, f«»od Eastern Hack,
or” breathed n»«re more the air of freedom. Boot
>1 i ’ a - r : > •’ » •
cicli a Band exwts. But it doea, and is «ta
Also. Edward Goy. Michael sin
*111 H IOA'« . UHKGOY
iio be granted. Ry thia change all people ti med right here at h-.»we. It came into ex
“ And we dashed a wav the guard«
And we st»x>d beneath tne starry heav».r3.
k of Boot«. Shoes, Rubbers.
Mirnville Brani' to “Custer Poet.” The
Etc, tu Yamhill County
n me ad«»nted bv the band is pretty, as well
Edward Cov si rip*
. ...... .2._ kk-------
< HEAP FUR CASH.
ko.i and after April 2d. 1883. the Oregon •none
“ Me. i<M.-
* ■ »l.f‘»mia lteilread. West Side Division. te -he 1 and w« ran re«t assure 1 that the bovs
R«>ots and 61 hies manufactured to order and
■I run a passenger train lerwin
dinn- w lì strive to man t .in the dignity it deserve«.
S b NMS A DRAPER have dissolved pau
w. neatly repaired
nership, all knowing t he ihm * I ve» Indent
fee and Portland n* f.Jlowa: Leave Mc- C inter Post Band has just ordered a new col
AH work and goods warranted.
rd i<> rhe late firm will settle their bills will
■nnville at 5:4ft a. ra. arrive at Portland at ic -tinn of music appropriate for all ooMfliuns
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, ma
k' a. tn. Leave Portland at 5 p. m. arrive and will *»n be in readiness to furnish mu
that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem
J W DRAPER
sic at all timcn and res* ma bl« rates.
edy for you. Sold by W B. Turner
McMinnville,Mur 8, IRC -MU.
J. B bawdt . Gen’l Sup’t.
ITew and Elogant
Saloon & Billiard Hall
McMinnville & Dayton
Produce and Conimission House,