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Mr. .1. .1. Shipley lias niovctl liis I Strainer» Ona, and Kate A Ann art*
household goods to McMinnville, and 1<> »lu ll tor hourly.
>» Hi follow with his family soon. Our
Mi . John I'. Morrow has been a vis
loss is your gain.
itor at the Bay for the past week and
Mr. Sigler is building nil addition to may remain all »ummer.
his new home. lie will grade the Johnny Wright arrived at Newport
street mljoining his |>roperty, thereby Pritlay
afternoon from Portland where
improving that part of town.
he has bet'n on business for the firm of
Miss Jennie Whitlow goes to Mc Walling anti Wright.
Minnville, to-<lay, its housekeeper for
Why is it Mr. Editor I don’t get my
Mr. Magers’ family.
paper nit »re regular? Since last fall’l
The Dayton Coruet Band ate to fit,., nave missed ten numbers. Those that
nislt the music for the May-day Pjp. I have received come plainly addressed
Nic at Webfoot.
so tht‘ blame must rest some where
Messrs, l’owell, Hash ami Hill took else.
a trip to Portland on the nmriiiug ex
press, last week.
Our genial friend, Heorge Barnholt-
zer, leaves for a logging camp down
the Columbia, to-day.
That was the uukinJliest cut of
all,” Al., when you warned us not to
drive through tlm streets of McMiun-
ville faster than sir miles an hour.
(Heretofore at the head of the
Ed. Crain anti Ernie Coffin have the
ReedvilJ* Stud,) will make the
season of 1883 as follows :
piling for the new warehouse about all
North Yamhill, 3/ondays: La
cut. They will raft them up the river
fayette, Tuesdays; McMinnville. Wednes
from Call’s tie landing.
days and Thursdays ; Bellevue, Fridays and
Our hotel has been erowded this Saturdays.
month with strangers seeking work
Hambletonian Mambrino is a beautiful dark
bay or brown, 15 hands, 2| inches high and
VÍ.KI I*Mt AXXIM.
DK U , A
i V’FK’E at F. A. llilP.s Drug Store, Dayton,
H. S. MALONEY,
Ye shall Know us
S TEDKLIXG It. At.. Vo. IM
rl liiM J
IV EGOTIAHLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
1 * M.uiey lo loan ou g.wsl real calate wcuri-
<1. ti. BINGHAM,
Campbell'. Building, MeMiunville.
Counsoloi at ILaw.
Offcp—Mieriilaii, Yamhill Co.,Oregon
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Soiling Real Estate.
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn I HANK GILTNEH,
ing companions cordially welcomed.
gars kept for sale. When you go to Dayton
call and see Frank.
April 10, 1883.
After the close of court there was
ICOHaC, KHIMKI A. CO.,
but little transpired to stir ns up or get
STESILIM I'. IIAKIXVG.
Dr. Murphy was sent to Salem for
the space of one year, to pay for the
ATTORNEY AT LAW. CONVEYANCER,
Ylr.tlin ii ville. Oregon«
use of another imin’s wife—payment to
It,-ill Ea<nt>* »nd Collrcling Agent, and No
be made in good merchantable brick or
liu-y Public All work pertaining to tlii. Hue
City and Country so'idled.
to promptly hih I reliably, Also, nran
nfaCirer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All
Royal moved to Salem, he says for
work done with m-ainei» anil dispatch Hosd-
the benefit of a better school (?)
■inurtera under odd Fellows’ Hall. .McMinnville,
Dr. Littlefield is back from his East
Att’y at La w & Notary Public.
ern trip. He looks well ami reports a
C om .
weighs over 1.100 pounds. He is unsurpassed
fi»i style and beauty; long-bodied, with a
Office—one door East of Furniture Store,
rangy neck and blood-like head. He is hea
Dr. E. E. Goucher is down from the
c .VI i ii n v i 11<», Oregon«
vy muscled, and as for teet and legs no horse
front on a visit. Doc. looks much im-
April 10th, 1883.
ran excel him.
proved by roughing it a while.
i bilk a camp-meeting to
fine Hacks and Buggies, made
• lniibt. All his colts have the impress of his
G. M. Beeler, of Amity, poked his dentil ?
fe-om the best material and best workmanship.
ruddy, good-natured face in on us the
Painting and trimming done to order.
to sit around the ed on the market have, so far, commanded (at
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
the same ages) as high a price as the get of
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PÜEUC
Horse-shoeing a sjiecialty.
Mrs. S. Carr has been
____ visiting with
___ any hoiso in the North Pacific.
Charley Fenton has a week’s vaca
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON.
her sister, Mrs. Davis, at North Yam During the last year his get was awarded
tion, anil of course came home.
many premiums and was the winner of the
hill for the past few nays.
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab
Frank Large sent his goods ami ch.it-
three-year-old three-iu-Hve races at. Vancouver
mi.k, WILk! WILk!!
stract« of Title.
tle.i off to Portland, yesterday. He
Money to Loan at all time«.
and the State Fair, defeating in both races the
R ei - ohtek t $2 5tt for one year
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo-
ami Mrs. Large
finest field of three-year-olds that ever eame
ple <>l McMinnville that, he is running a Milk
Vncle Jimmie has been to the city ogether in the Northwest.
An imperfect stove-pipe set tire to
Wagon fr»un his form to town and furnishing
PEDI G It E E :— Hambletonian Mambrino
Jake Harrington's house. The boys during the «eek—reports everything was
the best ol milk at the most reasonable rates.—
sired by Menelaus, (the sire of Cleora, re
were promptly on hand with buckets lively down then—don't think he tried cord 2.18$, and sold for $15,000), he by Rys-
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
and the fire was put out. Loss, only a the 'led eye.”
at once can <lo «<• by leaying order« at, the Post
W. G. DAVIS.
1st dam Olean, by Border Chief.
Uncle Tommy Wright vvlio live»
The glade at the south eml of the about three miles west of Carlton, , han 2nd dam Olinda, by Oliver.
North Yamhill bridge isa very danger la en very sick; last lcport lie was
Robison & Baker’s Drug Store.
Menelaus’ first dam .Jesse Bull by Long Isl
oils place at any time, but < specially so some better.
and Black Hawk.
on a dark night. There is nothing to
Miss Nettie Plummet leaves this 2ml dam by Young Duroc, he by Duroc, he
prevent a shying team from running week for Monmouth, « here she goes to by Diomede.
11. R. LITTLEFIELD,
off the grade anil I umbling several feet attend school during the summer.
3rd dam by Coffin’s Messenger, son of imp.
down tlw steep bank. There should
There is considerable wheat to be
be a strong railing extended from the
Border Chief, sire of Olean, whs by obi Mam-
bridge to the ton of the hill and save sown yet in this section. That «'Inch brino Chief, 1st. flam bv IIichlander, 2nd dam
the county a bill of damages some day. is sown and up looks splendid and by Glencoe, 3rd dam by Post Boy, son of Hen
It is understood to be ill the .McMinn farmers generally are satisfied « ¡111 the ry that ran with Eclipse.
I'lijt níc K iin and Miirgeon«,
Thus it will be seen that Hambletonian
Mambrino has eight Messenger crosses ami
Misses Leva and Carrie Carr are vis unites
Last. Sunday night a half-witted fel
the two greatest strains of American
St ltl.liUl A Sl>t.< l *l l 1.
low named Rettb Pettyjohn, from near iting at Dallas.
tr« tting blood—those of Rvsdvk’s Ilambleton-
Dundee, this county, announced nim-
citizens of Carlton talk strongly lan ami Mambrino Chief, being a lineal de
self to preach as one who had been of The
having the county seat moved to scendant of imp. Messenger o ■ each side of the
’’ holy sanctified.” He remarked that Carltoii,
why shouldn't they .’ for house To this, the very quintessence of Amer
he had made no preparation, and there is not C. ami
W. SC BOYB M. I>,
the most centerly located, ami ican trotting blond, he unites the rich racing
fore hardly knew « hat to say. Then is there any
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
town that it would im strains of Glencoe, Wagner, Chorister and Post
this ’’ holy sanctified” liar opened Ids prove moie than
SURGEON A PHYSICIAN,
it would Carlton ? let's Boy, famous in the annuils of the running
’’ holy sanctified” potato trap and pour
turl on both sides of the Atlantic. lie also
/ \FFICE—up stairs over Manning’s Tin
ed oiit a volume of “ holy sanctified” all give a hand and work.
has the Bashaw blood, through Long Island
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
' ’ Store, McMinnville, Oregon*
slang ami billingsgate ns could only
Gill- Sunday School is prospering ; J. Black Hawk, the first horse that ever trotted
OREGON, All orders promptly filled.
have been picked up in some brothel Winnibi rg is our Superintendent ami below 2 :40 to a road wagon.
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
,>r dive. He commenced by denounc is very pleasant. They are talking of
men and </'hildren.
Care will be taken to preyent accidents, but
ing the to« n and all its inhabitants in buying an organ which will add much
if not. in office, :*an be found by enquiring
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
uo responsibility assumed.
Bt. either of the »¡rug «tore«.
general. Then he became more par to the attraction of the school.
P. 8. Patients have the right to have their
ticular and called the ladies «-ho sang
The village has been very quiet dur
'1TTORJVE 1W .IT L./ »»•, P peser
W m . GALLOWAY, Bellevue,
ip lions filled where they choose.
in the choir “ a lot of infernal imps of
hellthen denounced the .Masonic
fraternity, calling them a set of cut disorderly lias been very small ami out
throats ; Odd Fellow», ditto; Good Justice of flu peace complains of
Templars, ditto, ditto. Eulogized the
Amoskeug Ginghams 12 1-2
C alamity .
saloons as the only respectable instini-
cents, worth 18 cent« ;
tious in the place. Now the “ holy
Office-Jail Building, up stairs.
sanctified” liar tolil lis at the outset
Has relumed to his old stand —up stairs in Hi
l ine Washington Cash mere, 1G 2-3
that be had made no preparation, yet
April 7th, 1883.
month' building with a new equipment of
when he came to the Masonic fraterni
cents, worth 25 cents/
Mr. Cooper, count.'- surveyor, was in
lor his work, and is now prepared to
ty lie drew from his pocket a book town one tiny last. week.
from which lie read the obligations of
Asa McKern, attending school at
.Masons, thereby proving nimseif a
Picture* oi all kind».
30 cents ;
•willful, contemptible liar, and accord Portland, eame tip and stayed nt his
ing to his own account it “ holy sancti home over .Sunday.
From a small «ire Un-type to a large Cabinet
Fine Australian Crepe, 25 cents,
fied'’one at that. All the abuse that
Please give me a call.
Mrs. Bel) Dehaven of French Prairie
this blackguard could belch forth is in town visiting with her mother,
worth 35 cents ;
against secret societies amounted to Mrs. Wm. Ball.
Hi llINN V ll.l.i:
nothing; but when lie turned liis filthy
44 Lick Cashmere, ..’I) cents, worth Office—One »loor east of II i U'I iiuii ’ h brink.
N orth Y amiiii . l , O iucgon ,
Win. < h.ipimin ami vv ife of Sheridan,
tongue loose upon individuals, it be
Laughing Ge« adminíH» red tor paink-MS ex
came mini for men to restrain them staid in town over Sunday, with their
Is dealing in all kinds of Farm Machinery,
selves from takiug him out and duck friends H. C. Morgan ami wife.
<u<*h a« you want for putting in and remov
Will find it tn
ing him. That they did not gives
Have you seen Mrs. Kate Dempsey’s ing your crops. He has efqieeially the follow 48 Inch Cashmere—all wool, 5 cts.
the lie to his assertion that ” this is the ue« dies maker's sign!
worth 75 cents.
worst town in the State.” The fellow
Dr. Hnines is improving the looks of
lor Seeding :
*»«« very brave in the pulpit ; but
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of th«
Ts. oatl at die o»M>ve Sahci.
wlii-ii out oil the street he lost no time
CANTON CLIPPER PLOWS 52 Tnch\ Cashmere all wool, il, public* to his new ami fine stork «if
in mounting liis horse ami taking him- of paint.
I keep conatantly oti hand the Fineal Wine.
worth *1.25 ;
H-lf off ip a hlirr.v, and perhaps it was Thomas IVright has Iteen very sick
CHUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI <nd bxps.m h*r Family and Médicinal uae.
well for him that he did, ns it is proba for some time uml we learn to-day that
lOIIA < ASWII.I, Vronrletor,
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL EG0E8,
ble that some of the bovs might have he was worse but did m>. Itarn the
BATCHELOR <C- IFAZ,//< Ladies' Fancy Hone in Endless Vit
treated him to a good ducking. I hear cause of his sickness.
of but two of his kind who side with
Mrs. Eliza Eagan of Amity, was in
this blasphemer, for he and hi« crowd
Prescriptions carefully compounded and
of tramps are nothing else, and one town last week ami made a short visit
Ladies' Ei up Helbrifftui lloaey of charges reasonable.
F or llarvcftlinic :
who tries to soften the offence by sav- with her niece, Mrs. Wm. Morgan.
25 cents, worth 50 cents.
iug he lielieved the fellow to be drunk.
.Mi. AJdenuau, <>f the firm of McCarty
C. W. HULKRY, Pro.
And indeed the last supposition re- & Alderman was in town last week on
4'eivc» coloring from the fact that a business. He reports plenty doing in
(Successor to M. Feker,)
Chinainnn, going towards Dundee, was Amity.
VIcVIinn ville, Or.
me» by a white man who took from the
BINDING MA CHIN ER V,
Mrs. Runnels has added two show
t'liinanmn « bottle of whisky and drank
Malt Liquors, Bit-
the most of it on the spot. Whether windows to her shop which helps ap-
fitteJ with the Improved Appleby er the (Jor
tor«. Wines, etc., the market« afford. Also, the
the white man was ftcnb Pettyjoun or pearam es very niueii. Having just re don
Binder, a, reqmred.
•«♦■at of cigar«, ami the justly celebrated Sau
not. we are unable to say ; but it may ceived a lie« stock of lmts etc. she is
Franeisao Lager Beer.
account ior hi* actions ii) the ( hiircli. no«’ pr< pared to accomnmdate all who
The mouthing* of this lying bilk hard wish anything in that line.
lv deserve so much notice ami would
McMinnville, - - Oregon
Our China wash man has gone to
Hot get it only to show why clinrelm* Poitlaml, ami the Chinamen from the
ntid the Christian religion does not depot have rented Mrs. Higgins' barn
< •inmiiiml more respect with the gen and fitting it tit. in good shaiwfora
All the %oveltir« I» Mriiw Good*
CJ, O THING,
(Situated at the ¡>e¡K>t,)
eral public, for no church or r< ligious « ash house and looks much more re
mid Trimming* for spring.
«’omiiiuiiity that will harlmr such men spectable than Iwforr,
- - Oregon*
n* this Pettyjohn ami make him their
NEW MASSILON THRESHER,
exponent could possibly command any The right good lsiys of our town last
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I.« If« < Of»K, Prop.
jeapect at all. Religion is a very good Saturday night got an old saloon sign DODGE
HATS fi CAPS, i \n»* nn<l a-balf niil**a »‘«nt of MrMinnvilh
thing—ewwntial ; but there is no relig and placed it on R. Baird's agrieultural
two span of Work Hor««*^. WHI -Mil foi 'I’ll!' HOTEL IS (Ilt.sTMg.ASS In every nsr-
und Furntsning Goods, at
ion in calling such men as the preacher store audit remaimd there over Sun- Horse Powers, Portable Saw MUI«,
cash <>r on time t«> auit patchas«*.
■ rlculnr, Iving furntalmd with all modern
don’t like, eut-tlMoiits, and women— da*. Be careful lw>vs you don't carry
Vlr«. I*, ft. DI RIK.
aj.pllannv. and netting Is-fore Its g.m.te only
this too far some time.
Farm and Saw Mill Engines, Etc,
Mr Imai tlm nuirket Httor.la.
John IE Casteel and A. D. Ruunels
sampte-room for the eapecial accommodation
Xotice <»1 A«*i*niiient.
were elected as representatives to the
Wagons, Hie ka, Ac. on hand and fnrni’bed
of O.mniorctal Man.
Grand Lislge 1 0 «_> F at the last regu on order.
Remember the place- nt the d.pot.
April 10, 1883.
lar meeting of Fraternity Lodge.
doing buiine»- as a merchant at the town
April 2nd was moving day.
Our band boys intend playing a dra
of Carlton, Ysinhil County, Oregon, has made
J. < cooper
a genersl assignment to me of all hin property
Hon. J. E. Mager* made us a flying ma on the night of the 2»>th inst. which
in trust, for the benefit of his creditors, under YANKEE BAZAR'
visit last «eek.
. _ lieen at work on for some
the Ad of the Legislative A**mbly of the
Our school has an enrollment of 1011’1 ,"’a"
Stale of Oregon, approved October iMh, I87M,
•« the eh»se of the tlrst month.
entitled “ An Art to Secure Creditors a Juet
T raveler .
| Division of the Estates of Debtor« who convey
Misses Dovie Hill and Mary Hembree
U» Assignees lor the Benefit of Creditors.”
of Lafayette, were visiting here last SKU PORT-<»!W THE YAQ1 HA
All persons having claim« againMt the said Wmilil rsepecf/ullr announce to this public
M. A Rounds are hereby notified and required t.at he I i :» h opened •* Yankee Ba^ar, two «loots
to present the same tn me, under oath, at aawt of P«>atomce and is carrying tbe finest and
Alex Mutclder has a tine stock of
Portland, Oregon, wi1 hiti three months from t>e«l w>le«t*d stock oi Candies, Vigars, Tobaccos,
Rain most of thè timo for tlie last
borne manufactured wagons and hacks.
I ha*, all th. field nMe-
••»«*., in the ciiy Also, Mlalionery of sll kinds,
the date of (his notice.
week, spoiled thè mads oiit to thè val
of lb* Pubist Survey, of
Messrs. F. A. Hill, 8. R. Baxter and
Da tod at Portland, Oregon, January 30, 1R7M. Pisture Pram»«. Ladina’ W»rk Boxes, Per fa tn-
Yamhill county, aud an.
<*rie*, Hair Oil«. Afiiume, Dianes, nil varieties
8. W. Sigler are the committee for le?.
I. K. I>AUM»X
prvjnred to do FirH-CI.»
Aasiffnse of (be estate of M. A. Rounds, In of pipes in fiwtt ft little of everything.
Ynmhill Lodge to assist in the arrange
U. S. tua Gen. Wright, just outside
work on abort notice and
I »rep io end tee me.
ment for the celebration of the 64th wating for full tùie to come in. She
O. F. I'mton.
Amity, Jan 2», 1 882,
anniversary of Odd Fellowship.
in to la- empio*ed oli thè governilo nt
H. B. ROBERTSON,
House, Sign 1 Carriage Painters,
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
W. D. FENTON,
S. A. VOTTSSTC, M. D.,
P’iif/xif ittii and Surgeon,
DR. E HOWELL
Littlefield & Caihreath,
Stop. Read & Remember
NO. 1 SALOON.
Ladies’ Fancy Goods
Men’s and Boys’
CIVIL ENGINEER, for Goods, at High-
e-t Al ark et.
Misses. E& N. Hendrick