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H. II. W elch .
J. M. Kelly........... ; • ...........Lafayette.
G. VV. Sappington I . .North Yamhill.
M e have never seen in the city as fine
J, L. Castle
a display of pocket cuttlery as Manning
....... Sheridan. A Co keeps since they have been buying
\V. A. Graves............
R. L. Simpson............ ............. Amity. direct from Chicago. Their prices are
........ Bellevue. lower than the lowest.
O. G. l’avis ..............
8. Williamson........ . . Wheatland,
Mr. II. A. Freund, of California, brotli-
Agents at other points in the county
or.°l County School Supt. Freund, of
will be announced soon.
this city, arrived Wednesday evening
on a visit. The brothers have not seen
each other for eight years.
The finest assortment of cook and
third district .
R. P. Boise. heating stoves ever brought to McMinn
Geo. W. Belt. ville, can be seen at Manning A Co., and
Hie prices on them are so low that it
R. P. Bird, makes all other stove dealers weep.
J. W. Watts.
George P. Colby, the trance speaker,
II. R. Laughlin, will leave to-day for a lecture tonrof one
F. N. Little, month. His first place will be McMinn
......... L. Loughary. ville, after which he will go as far as the
J. 8. Hibbs, spirit moves him.—Portland News, 11th.
Don’t send out an envelope or note
G. W. Briedwell.
T. J. Harris. head with a “rubber stamp daub” upon
W. W. Nelson. it, when you can get a neat, mechanical
Wvutt Harris. job of printing done at the T elephone
J. A. C. Freund. office so cheap. Call and see our sam
.......... J. I). Fenton. ples and learn prices.
The Corker Murder Case.
Coroner Narver resumed his investi
Following is the programme of the
gations in this case Tuesday morning.
Philergiau society for next Saturday ev
November 10, 1886.
No evidence of any particular interest
ening Nov. 13, 1886:
Willie Guinn went to McMinnville
was brought before the jury. The main
Reading, J. Shank.
point to be established was w hether or Tuesday to attend school at the college.
Reading, Etta Reese.
Misses Rena and Fannie Foster are
not the man Marple had been in Cork
Song, J. J. Rey.
er’s store on the day of the murder. Sev visiting at Ralston this week.
Recitation, Mattie Walton.
Rev. Stimpson returned Tuesday from
eral witnesses testified positively that
Reading, B. Holman.
Solo. Susie Millsap.
they had seen him in the store on the daughter Mrs. Whitmore.
Recitation, Fauiiie Baxter.
Monday preceding the murder which
A Sunday school was organized here
proved beyond a doubt that he had been
Debate—Question, “Resolved that the TRY IT THREE MONTHS FOE
last Sunday with H. Z. Foster siqierin-
there. The proceedings were long and tendent and Miss Nettie Chapman secre- largest city in a state should be the cap- i
1101." ” Att'.
J, J. Rey
Key and A. McPhillips-
tiresome, and it was late in the evening ,tarv. 4
Is" Clark and 1 L.
before the case was given to the jury.
Wheat is being shipped from this
irdie M addock , Sec.
The jury Retired and in a few minutes place almost daily, which goes to provo
that the farmer is no longer an inde
brought in the following report:
Farm for Sale.
We the jury summoned by D. C. Nar pendent man.
SAMPLE COPY FREE.
ver, coroner of Yamhill county „Oregon
When those young folks at McMinn
The Win. White place 21,' miles east
to investigate the cause of the death of ville want to see their friend here, they
D. 1. Corker, find that said D. I. Corker should come some other evening than of this city is in my hands for sale. This
was murdered on the night between the Sunday. But for goodness sake don’t farm consists of 280 acres of laud well
1st an 2d of November, 1886, in his say we told you.
improved and can be had for $25 per
bedroom, in the rear of his store, in La-
Capt. Tilietson has taken a ranch over acre, if sold before December 1st.
layette, Yamhill county, Oregon, with
an ax. And after thorough examina
Terms very easy. Also some valuable
tion have good reason to believe that so thick that they jump from the water personal property cau be had with th«
said murder was committed by one R. into the frying pan.
farm cheap, good 4-vear old horse, tJ
ICCCKfiitOB TO ». C. ÄARVB1*—•
Mr. Raelston received from Portland head of cattle, 50 full blood merino
P. P. G ates ,
a few days ago, three fine looking sheep sheep, 1 new wagon, some liay, Bheaf
.1. H. O lds ,
of the Shropshire breed. Our farmers oats and household furniture.
R. R. D aniel ,
are all improving their stock, which is a
C. W. T almage ,
G eorge M. P erkins ,
........ I). C. Narver.
L eg B roken .—A little 6-year-old
II. B. Summerville left last week for
J oseph H oberg .
his former home in Indiana. We are
daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. James Owens
Lafayette, Nov. 9, 1886.
A Verdict Unanimous.
afraid Henry will be a little disappointed
had her leg badly broken last Tuesday
The man Marple is now in jail, but when he arrives at his destination. He
Recommendation we can. evening.
Sult, Druggist, Bippns. Ind., testi
The family have just been has not had his preliminary examination says he expects to find things just as lie
give you as to accuracy in com moving from
fies: “I can recommend Electric Bitters as
near here down into the yet. Public feeling is very strong left them forty years ago.
pounding prescriptions is our Chehalem section.
him, and it is thought by many
the very best remedy. Every bottle sold
The wagon with the against
that when he is arraigned before the
large trade in this line.
little girl in it, had been left standing committing magistrate, and the convinc day evening. These meetings, properly has given relief in every case. One man Carries the Largest and Best b ■ na.»*
took six bottles, and was cured of rheuma
ROGERS # TODD,
on the hill side with a block under the ing proof of his guilt brought out, that conducted are beneficial, and the young i tism of 10 years' standing.” Abrahuiu
in Yamhill County
The Druggists. wheel to hold it. The little girl threw the |>eople will save the county expense people should be encouraged to take Hare, druggist, Bellville, Ohio, affirms:
off the break, climbed down off the wa
in my 20 years experience, is Elec
gon and removed the block from the that Marpie possessed jewelry belong Miss Ollie Cain was well rendered anil handled
tric Bitters ” Thousands of others have
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
wheel. The wagon started down the ing to the murdered woman, Emma Mer- shows decided musical talent.
testimony, so that the verdict
hill knocking the little one down. The lotin, who was murdered in Portland
is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure
all diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood.
As a special inducement to new sub wheel passed over her leg crushing the
the fact that Marple was in that
Only a half dollar a bottle at Rogers A
scribers, we make the following offer: hone and making a very severe fracture. from
Todd’s drug store.
Dr. Goucher was telegraphed for and city at the time Emma Merlotin was
Every person sending us $2 cash will be hastened to the little sufferer. Her butchered, and that Marple had been
Our "school marm” left us last week.
given the W est S ide T elephone for the wounds -ere carefully dressed, and it is implicated in several robberies there.
Excitement in Texas.
Marple admits that lie lias a kit of bur We will all miss her.
balance of the present year free.
This hoped she will speedily recover.
Great excitement has been caused in the
is equivalent to 14 months for $2. We
L owlived .—One little instance which
Mr. Ardy Gage and Miss Josie vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
are unihitions to make our subscription perhaps many do not know, occurred on Religious Services-Sunday Next. day.
Dutcher, Rev. Wm. Butts officiating.
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so
list greater than all other paners of the day of the funeral of D. I. Corker,
School commenced at the Knifong helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise
Yamhill county combined. It is rapid last week. A pair of cuff-buttons be
Social meeting at 11 o’clock every school house last Monday w ith Mr. Pratt his head; everybody said lie was dying of
’s <iay at the Christian church. as teacher and eighteen scholars en consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's
ly approaching the point.
longing to the deceased were found Lord
Sunday sebol every Sabbath at 3 o’clock. rolled.
New Discovery was sent him. Finding re
among his effects and laid out to be used
lie bought a large bottle and a box of
TELEPHONE WHISPERINGS. when the corpse was dressed. But when M. E. church—services will be held There was a dance at Crap Bros, last lief,
Third Street Bet. D and E. itf
Dr. Kings New Life Pills; by the time he
at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. in.
Friday and we should judge that the had taken two boxes of pills and two bottles
they were wanted they were nowhere to
Allare cordially invited.
young folks had a fine time as they look
Cranberries at the Bakery.
R ev . II. P. S atchwell , Tastor.
be found, and so far no trace of them
gained in flesh thirty-six pounds.
Trial bottles of this Great Discovery for
Fresh roasted peanuts at H. H. has been discovered. Some miserable
St. James’ (Catholic) church. Mass
Consumption free at Rogers & Todd’s. 2
scoundrel had made away with them/ at 10:30 a. m. on the second and fourth delivered by Dr. Castor. We now have
What asptctacleof depravity does this Sundays of each month. Sunday school four preachers—two Sweedenborg, one
incident present. The depth to which at 2:30 p. in. every Sunday.
Home Produce Market.
Methodist and one Baptist.
some men will descend is horrible to
J. 8. W hite , Rector.
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
contemplate, and the man who could
Corrected for the T elkphonb by Baxter A
St. James’ church. Rev. John C. is 76 years old. Dr. Carter, recently
coolly steal the cuff-buttons off of the
Carries a full stock of Furniture, af all!
corps- of a. murdered man is even worse Fair, rector. Services 11 a. m., and from near Oregon City but now located Wheat, per bu.........................
64c kinds, Fine Bedroom Sets, Mirrors,
here, is attending her.
7:00 p. m.
Flour, per bar........................... $4.00© $4.40
than the murderer himself.
Mouldings, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
There was a slight mistake as to the Eggs, per doz...........................
Friday evening services at 7:00 p. m. kind of a saw Crap Bros, are going to Butter, per lb...........................
N arrow E scape .—Last Wednesday
Cheese, best, per lb.................
—■—A full line of------
morning little Carl Tucker met with an Seats free. All are cordially invited to put in their mill. It is a sixty-foot band Apples, per box......................
saw instead of a hand saw.
Bat on, sugar cured, sides......
accident that might have resulted fatally. attend.
C. P. church. Services at the usual
He and a little son of C. P. Bishop were
A. J. Rhodes was out hunting last “
hours. Subject for forenoon discourse,
digging at a gopher hole, His compan- “Success we cannot and Success we can week and downed two fine bucks in a
Store, one door south of bridge, Sheridan
One of them did not stay down
ion was chopping at the hole witli an ax afford.” Subject for evening—“Some pile.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
but got up and gave Andy a little tussle,
and Carl waB scraping the dirt away, Reasons why people should become in which, however, Andy came off vic
The best salve in the world for cuts,
and stooping over just as the ax decend- Christians in Youth.” Sunday school torious.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ed received the blow on the top of the at 9:30 a.m. All are cordially invited
The young folks have a spelling school sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
head cutting through his cap and mak to attend our services.
at the Kni jng school house every Sat corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
T. II. H enderson , Pastor.
ing a wound on his scalp about two inch
urday night. They also have in con tively cures piles, or no pay required.
es long. But for a button on top of his
nection with it a debating club and a pa It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
cap which broke the force of the blow
per called (and spelled) the Weakly tion, or money refunded. Price 25
his skull would undoubtedly have been
cents per box. For sale by Rogers A
split open. llis wound was carefully
News was brought to this city yester
Mr. Leinenweber is at our town for Todd.
dressed and the little fellow will suffer day, that Job Connor, of Balston, Polk
the purpose of locating a cannery. It is
no inconvenience except a sore head for
not yet certain that it will be built here,
a few days.
from Portland some time since and was as Mr. Leinenwebber thinks that $100 arrived at the postoffice here with a
H unters .—Tommy Rogers and Bert lost for several days, committed suicide per acre for land is about $75 per acre rather unique direction, but it was suffi
Heath are making preparations for an last Wednesday. He was found in the too much.
cient to bring it through all right, It
Some of our boys went out hunting to read this wa iv.
extensive hunting trip. They have orchard near his house with his throat
“See me through all
In the City
built themselves a boat, which will be been used to do the deed. He has been lav in their winter’s supply of meat. safe and sound; to Cyntitha Fellows I am
They were gone six days and killed bound; in McMinnville city, Oregon
launched with great ceremony next laboring under temporary insanity for nothing but a chipmunk. If vou want state, Yamhill county soon or late.”
Tuesday in the river at this place, at some time.
No further particulars to know who they were ask A. Phelps
C hanged H ands .—Mr. E. Jackson
and H. Booth.
Coolidge’s landing. In this they propose could be learned.
to proceed down the classic waters of
Capt. Tilietson passed through here hart disposed of the Astoria Bakery to
E ducational T rip .—Supt. E. B. Mc yesterday on his return from Netarts: Miles E. Hendrick, a young man from
the Yamhill to its mouth; then up the
broad Willamette to somewhere in the Elroy, who is on an official tour of Yam bay. He says he has taken him a place McMinnville, who will henceforth con
R. MoKUNE, P hohr .
vicinity of Eugene, where they will go hill, Polk and Benton counties, arrived and built him a house and we suppose duct the business at the old stand. Mr.
into camp. Here they will wage war here Tuesday afternoon in time to pay
Transient Stork Well Cared For !
upon the festive wild goose and duck, a short visit to our public sliools in com We are glad to welcome such men as the attention to his Seaside bakery.—Astoria
to their heart’s content, shipping their pany with County Superintendent J. A. capt^ui, and Sheridan’s loss is our gain. Transcript.
A unt S usa ».
Teams and outfits ,’urnished parties wish-
victims to the Portland market. They C. Freund. He expressed himself as
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
to go to the coast, at reusonable rates.
expect to be gone several weeks.
greatly pleased with the work being
physician« said: Neuralgia was the praver
of a deceased nerve for healthy blood. Use
done here by Prof. Price and his able
N ew I nvention .—James O. Rogers of assistants. He left for Portland the
Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine for the blood.
The finest of weather.
For sale by Rogers A Todd.
this city has invented and applied for a next morning.
Bert says he is lonely without her.
REV. W. FISK REQUA, of Aurora, Ill.,
patent on an improved concave to a
HERE WE ARE AT LAST I
We were all deeply pained to hear of save; “I have used Gilmore's Aromatic
F air and F estival .—The ladies of St. the death of D. I. Corker.
—Harness at the—
grain threshing machine, which we
Wine and find it an excellent household
remedy that none ought to do without. For
think will be of considerable value to James guild are making preparation for
Miks Cora Bogtie returned to her home sale
by Rogers & Todd.
threshermen. By this invention there a festival and fair, to be given in the near McMinnville on the 3d.
THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olean was
can be no possible danger to the opera opera house, Wednesday evening, Dec-
Mr. Leinenwebber is at the burg look asked what made her complexion so clear
tor in changing the concave teeth. They cember 1. Several new features will be ing for a location for the cannery.
and beautiful. She said it was by using
can all be put in instantly fordamp introduced, and nothing will be left un
Gilmore's Aromatic wine. For sale by
We are glad to hear from O. B. Merry Kogers & Todd.
grain or be thrown out for dry grain, done to make the occasion one of pleas
and hope she will continue writing.
ure and profit to all who attend.
from the outBide of the machine.
MRS. L. LOOMIS, of Elba. N. Y.. writes
Buggy Harness from $12«) and upward.
Mr. Barney McPhillips is over from us that she was sick for six months, was in Team
Harness from $25.00 an 1 upward.
G one to the P en .—Ed Martin alias Yamhill. lie reports dull times on that duced to trv Gilmore's Aromatic Win«,
S erious F all .—Tuesday norning last
I hr.ve also something entirely new in tlx
and four bottles cured tier. For sal« by
Mrs. Jim Turner tecieved a severe fall, Mutch, who has worked in this vicinity side of the mountains.
line of sAcat pads.
Rogers A Todd.
S our D ough .
resulting in a badly bruised and lamed a good deal during the last year or two,
My terms arc CASH, or notes that can
REV. H. B. EWELL, of Pavillion, N. Y
arm and a general shaking up. She
says of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine; "I be be turned into cash.
had placed a chair on a table and climb since for robbing his room-mate of $180. the McMinnville election last Monday, lieve it to be a most desirable remedy to be
He was tried, found guilty and sentenc
placed in every family,” For sale by Kog
G'ir «i. k people are all on the mend. ed up to reach her bird cage. Getting ed last week, to three years imprison indicating a population of a thousand or ers A Todd.
Ihat we want to make everybody get too near the edge, the table upset and ment in the penitentiary.
THE WIFE. MOTHER AND MA IP who
less.”—Albany paper. This is very true
pl, is two weeks of good, solid, Oregon threw her to the flooor.
brother, but you must remember that at suffer from Female weakness and Debility,
were broken, but her left arm is so bail-
find Gilmore's Aromatic a positive
To be R epaired .—Charles N. Scott, the state election last June McMinnville
bruised as to render it useless for the
cure. For sale by Rogers A Todd.
hev. J. Hoherg will hold services in Iv
present. She was fortunate in escaping
Business of Tx^mn Bros. A- Hender
r ■■»’’nstrong school bouse, near A. M.
has been given permission by Judge that her population is considerably more GILMORE'S AROM ATIC is a gn at suc
son. I am ready to do all kinds of
cess, therefore we challenge the World to
M'I'e’s place, next Sunday, Nov. 14 so lightly.
Deadv to borrow $50,000 to make neces
produce its equal as a restorative for wom
N ew N ames .—Wednesday evening sary repairs to the road. The said $50,-
Trucking and Delivering
T ried ’ em ,—Manning A Co., have on ■ an. For sate by Rogers A Todd.
I’Degar, 25 cent« per gallon, in large last was regular monthy meeting for 000'to bear interest at the rate of 9 per
REV I. M DERBY, of Linden, N. Y.,
—At Any Time.—
I small quantities; sweet cider. 15 Eclipse engine and Star nose companies. cent, per annum. It is now probable I sale some of the "boss” pie pans. They | ssys;
"The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
are a patent institution and are made so ed'« great
ft’per gallon, at the cider mill of
Wagon Always Ready.
No business of importance was transact
P J. Sax.
the bottom of the pie cooks as crisp and 1 by Rogers A Todd.
ed except the receiving of new member». diton before long.
Give Me a Trial.
nice as the top, no matter how jucy the '
f'“ understand the contract for the Eclipse engine company took m one—
T ake T hem in .—Several Yamhill contents of the pie may be, and you I
F ’ work on the new Star mills at this Frank Martin, and Star hose company
^'een awarded to some Port- tbree_Ira Nelson, Chas. Fleming and county farmers have forgotten to take in don’t have to grease the pan. They are j
their binders, threshers, etc. If they
F-veryhody who dances should attend
will take good advice they will do so at We know,for we have seen them tried. [
B roke Dowx.—J. J. Collard’s truck once. It decreases the life of machinery
Fnrenian’sball on Thanksgiving night,
N eat W ork .—The neatest piece of
pd mnsic will he in attendance and a broke down Wednesday while passing many years to have it rusted by a win
mechanical work we bare seen tor a
F1 time is promised.
over one of our elevated cross walks. ters rain and it is astonishing strange long time is on exhibition at Frank Col
Next to Yamhill County Bink.
Lk-'0"8 talked of school exhibition, The truck was heavdy loaded with lum that there are any so extravagant as to lard's gun store and is in the shape of a
ire given at the opera house next ber and the axle snapped square off. It submit to it.
gun stock made entirely hy Mr. Collard
F«v evening, one week from to-night. was soon repaired however, and Col
I Mrticulars next week.
Tb« Largest and Finest ¡stock rvez brought
lard is ready for business.
to Yamhill County.
Minnville boy was married the other your while to go and see it.
Fe Laughlin, of North Yamhill, has
Lad la?, pícate cali and am roy
C losed U p .—Blackburn A Peckham,
f1’PPointed administrator of the es-
B lackberries —Dr. 8. A. Young day. to Miss Mary Doud, of Washington
Boots «nd Shoes made to order «nd neatly
I®' . ■»me« Fairchile, deceased. See brought into our office yesterday quite a countv, at the residence of his step-fath dealers in general merchandise at Carl
P°»ice in another column.
cariosity. It was a slip of Blackberry
Merchants Protective union. Their
ladies of the Bap- vine from his garden in this city, and
Prices to the Bedrock.
I*n. * resbyterian churches are each growing upon it were green and n( e will join with us in w ishing him a long I liabilities to Portland creditors, it is
Blaring to give some kind of an enter-1 blackberries and blackberry blossoms. and happy life.
said, amount to about $8,orJ0.
■oeut id the near future.
E. B. Fellows
The Funiitnre lau..
Come See and be Convinced.
Furniture Store !
Undertaker’s Goods !
G. E. DETMERING
Livery and Feed Stable !!
Give me n Call
Lafayette Harness Shopr
Truck and Express
M. S, GOFF
F. E. RUSS Boot and Shoe Store !
10 CENT COUNTER 10