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Several rough looking eliaraeteri» ill
What <li<l you think ol the colored
Good t«o-l>lade Knife at Manning's band
fol III cents.
The Grund Army boy < cut quite a
The liiemaii ami engineer of flu- ex dash with their new cups.
press tniiui have moved their families
Mr. IL C. Baker i» lying at his fath
to this pla< e.
er's reMdenee very ill of brain fever.
Mi»s Mary Drm-l-s. <»f Portland, vis
Walter Mos», manager of the Jubilee
iting with In r lifollt: r’s folks last «<-<-k
Singers, came in to see 11». on Monday.
returned Monday .
We are glad to see our tl'ielid Robert
Mr. C. Symons, the Tailor, has moved
hi» shop to Manning's building, at the King able to In- on) on the streets
Rob Todd corner.
Lends and (til. Colors, Varnishes and
Mr. John Bones, of Polk comity, the
tallest mini in Western Oregon, was in Brushes at Bedrock 1‘rices at Turner's
City Drug store.
town tlie fore part of tin- week.
There will lie an exhibition of horses
Ministers quoting Scripture should
r If you want a reliable Piano or Organ, go quote it <-orreetly—not leave out or add at MeMiimville on Saturday, May 5th.
l’articulars next week.
"/’to L. Sbobe and you c in get it. He has just to to make it meet their desire.
ordered u lot of small instruments of the
('. W. Talmage, our obliging Deputy
very best quality.
Little Joe Caswell, who has been
ailing so long with iutiamniatory rheu County Clerk, eaine boiim-ing in to si e
Headquarters for fine Fishing Tackle matism. is slowly couvah-seiug.
us on Tuesday, as good-natured as
this season, will be nt Turner’s Citv Drug
• t!ftore. Everything needful in the gentle art.
< >ur old friend Whiting, bi tter known
The "Select," yes lei y "Select” So
from the small boy’s ringed hook and tow as " Rai'karinus" lias gone to rancliiug
cial Club gave their last “soiree” for
line to the expert angler's outfit of Rod. reel. it up 011 Dimglierty river, Tillamook.
Bilk lines and assortment of tine Hies.
the season at Grange Hall last Thurs
Born—Near Gaunt’s bridge, north of day evening.
E Legal blanks of every description, posters
Rev. J. R. W. Sellwood will hold ser
•f any size, circulars, letter and bill heads, wife of W. J. lfelyer, a 9-Ib. daughter. vice at the Episcopal Church oil next
sta ternents. calling cards, business cards,
Dr. Boyd has fitted lip a neat office in Sinidav, morning and evening, at the
in fact anything that can he done in a nrint- the Garrison building, where lie can usual hours.
Hi<? establishment. SNYDER. THE PRIN I’ always lie found or at the City Drug
■ ER ' crii execute to perfection.
L. Sliobe lias just received a very fine
selection of sheet music of the latest
*>k’a, A l .
Largest and finest assortment of La styles, all lovers of music are especial
OI K f KKIl; Í. flit»
dies' Mantles, Dolmans, Cloaks and ly invited to call and examine his
Dusters of the latest sty les, at B. F. stock.
U Moon, full.
The finest pieci of machinery ever
Manning will sell yon a Pocket-knife broitgnf to Yamhill county is a bright
■ April is March.
that is warranted 5(1 per cent cheajier ne« half-medium Peerless Job Press,
t Inin .volt ever thought of buying one ,|ilsr received by SxYliKIt Till: PllINTER.
■ April showers.
Call and see it "breathe.”
B Early planted pens are up.
Mrs. Axsom, cousin of our towns
Tlie printers hereabouts are getting
■ Potatoes appear to be scarce.
man, Jos. Axsom, whose husband re fat; and the reason is because Mr. W.
■ Air. J. F. Cook advertises an estray cently died at Dallas, Ims come to Me G. I tavis, the milk man treats them, of
Mintiville to remain.
ten, to a di ink of that good milk he is
Dr. Redmond, after an absence of furnishing the people of this place.
■ Go to Manning’s. He wants to see
several months, attending medical col
Dr. Johnson is in Ohio and not very
lege at St. Louis, Mo., returned last well pleased with the climate of that
sg To much water for successful trout week in search of a location.
part of the country anti will probably
After this issue we shall run all local return soon to his home.
■ Town full of noble tillers of the soil, advertisements in a column by them Doc's " «< bs" are getting out of repair
selves. They are getting to numerous
gets ba< k to a milder climate.
■Mark you! No settled weather the to run in with out regular local news.
At a meeting of the Executive Board
I'he Band Pic-Nicon the 25th of May
McMinnville College they decided
■ j. H. Olds. Esq. of Lafayette, was in will lie held in the grove on the east of
»ide of tile road at the south eml of the upon June 12th next as the date for
tow n on Monday.
dedication of the new College
Cozine Creek bridge—near file tie«
building. A programme of exercise»
Mr. Ladd, of Amity, gave our town a college building.
is being arranged and w ill probably be
B. F. Hartman lias the largest assort ready for publication in next week's
I. O. O. F. celebration at North Ymn- ment of Metis’, Youth's and Boys cloth issue of th<‘ R eporter .
hill. next Thursday.
ing, for Spring mid Summer «ear, in
Mr. Samuel Clark, a brother-in-law
Good lir wood is in great demand at McMinnville and will sell at bedrock of lion. D. <>. Dnrhani. airived at this
prices for Cash.
from $1 to $5 per cord.
place one day last week, direct from
Tom Scudder returiu-d last week town. Mr. Clark visited Oregon some
AV. J. Helyei's “Young Redmond”
from thequarry near Wlllmuiua where nine years ago and forming a favorable
has been photographed.
he Ims been «inking for the past five opinion of its mild climate, rich soil,
All kinds of Groceries at lowest lig- weeks, lie reports everything calm etc., has come out this time to stay, and
tttes at B. F. Hartman's.
is now looking about with the inten
and serene in that neighborhood.
tion of purchasing a home. We wel
, -"Grand Army liovs held forth Satur
Jesse High came tip from Hillsboro come him and his most heartily.
day evening at this place.
on Saturday mid remained over Sunday
At a recent election of officers for the
How do vou like the looks of the new in McMinnville. Something hereabouts
seems to have ipiite mt attraction for Guild of St. Janies' ( Episcopal) Church.
heading of the R eporter ?
s line of the boys when they leave here. McMinnville, the following were elect
M i s. Augur left last Wednesday for
Those tuire-lioles in the street neat ed onicers: President. Mrs. D. C. Nar-
a visit at her old home in (thio.
Viee-preiddent, Mrs. A. V. R.
tlie planing mills on Third street are nol ver;
Several patches of potatoes planted only a shame but a disgrace to the town Snyder; Secretary, Miss Annie Turner;
Mrs. G. W. Snyder. A work
last month are showing themselves.
—being the cause of many reproachful Directress is
appointed each week by
Mrs. Magers, who has been quite sick remarks by strangers who visit our fair the President. A kind invitation is
for some time, is improving slowly.
given to all who may wish to visit or
Messrs. Ilardiug & Ladd have ac join the Guild to do so. Meet every
Our genial friend. Reitli. Shuck, of
North Yamhill, was in town Monday.
& Co., mid Imve opened out aline oi
We see that many of our people kei p-
Assessor Hendrick has nbout finished igi icultni al implements ill W:-Hare's
his assessing lalsirs in McMinnville.
hitilding, on the corner of Third A. C. ing chickens are getting the Brown
Leghorn. This is a good idea. This
Gents, if you want a nobby suit of Streets.
species is the best, according to our no
clothes, cheap, go to B. F. Hartmhn's.
(having kept them.) Th"
Mr. McGuire of the McMinnville Ho pay, mid on tin1 corner where 1 have non-setters and will lay tf e year
J rege tel has been very sick for several days. bought, insurance is only half wlmt it It costs no more to keep *!» good
yvas before and 1 am going to give my than it does a poor one and we com-
customers tin- benefit of that thirty mend the spirit of progress ex Id bi ted
ofBheridan, were in town on Monday. dollars a month and tlontyou forget it." in this line as well as that of other
The revival meetings are »till ill pro
Messrs. Jones, Hill & Co. have the stock.
13-4ml gress. But few “ sanctifications'’ as contract for putting up a large number
Have yon seen those dogs ?
of the “Monarch Bee Hives" for Mr. just the cutest, prettiest little ‘eieters’
Mrs. Addie Cady uei Addie Morris, is Ensley, mid it reminds one of the yon ever saw ; and they know enough
down from Cheney, W. T., visiting her building of a small city to take a look to lap milk out of a saucer; and by-
into the wink-shop where they are be and-bye they'll grow to be big dogs,
ing put together.
and then won’t they they be smart.’"
Messrs. Dr. Poppleton and Jas. Mc
There are four of them and Will will
Cain. of Lafayette, were in town last
show tlieni to you if you « ill call at his
purchased from W. ( '. Hembree, sever drugstore. Admission free. No extra
al iwtes of ground about a mile south charge for reserved seat». Go and see
“Lady Jane,” “Electra." “ Hunibolt" of town for a slaughter house ami
and " Little Blitter-cup” cigars at City grounds. Ami, by the way, Bangnssi 1 (lie pups.
A: Paulus m<- hen- Io stay mid keep the
The “Kentucky Jubilee Singers”
held forth at Mohawk Hall on Monday
Ladies, look at those elegant Spring best meats th«- markets aflbrd.
t<> 11 very fair audience, but
D tp »- Goods at Hartman's lu tore pur-
I11 another column w ill be found the not ns largo as greeted the “Uncle
advertisement of .1. B. liohr. painter. l oin's Callin''t ronpe. This troupe is
Mrs. Freeman, of Portland' has lieen Mr. Rohr is a man who thoroughly un composed of negroes with the excep
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. (I. I). derstands the Hade he professes, mid tion <■! one white man, and their sing
as he Ims it little leisure at this time, ing and gestures were of a style natur
Buck, at this place.
those who have hacks, buggies, etc
only to that peenliar race.
Mr. F. A. Cook, Amity's agricultural that they w ish painted should cull on al
selections were of the best, and their
implement man. was in town on busi- him.
rendition of them could not have been
uess. last Saturday.
See the advertisement of Messrs. bettered. All w ho attended appeared
Don't forget to look nt B. F. Hart Millet A Bowci, shingle mmnifactiu- satisfied—having had au opportunity
man’s Spring stock of goods before ers. These gentlemen are manufactur of enjoying a hearty laugh.
ing a superior iiuality of shinglesjind
Billy Reed is tlie dandy among .»pel dy
Anolid citizen of Yamhill. M;. Win. it w ill pay all v lio eonteiiipl.-ite Imild horsetlesh herealMiuts and thaiiKs to
Chrisman, of Amity, was in town and ing to see their shingles mid enquire Mr. J. R. Sawyer fora refreshing “spin"
their prices before looking further for
paid us a visit last Saturday.
behind tiie nobby little traveler. And
by tli<‘ way this «a - the swiftest riding
Considmable snow visible in the
behind .i tiotting horse we have ever
mountains and slight sprinkle in the
iiijoyvil. and as we tie« ovvrthe ground
Vallii.v, one day during the week.
a inmi of some menus. Mr. Bowles is we could scarcely In Ip imagining that
Maiming broke a little liov's lu art looking about « ith a view of purchas it was a " steanigiiie ' which drew us
yesti iilay when he showed him 11 line ing land, and we Imue In- miiy find it, along instead of the rteet-footed lieau-
wliiti handled two-bladed Knife for for Is-sidcs being heartily welcome, all tifnl lit'le animal it was. Billy, with
10 e. Mlts.
such are needed in building up our ma little or no training has made 2:10 time,
and with proper attention would get
W- 'I. 1 ownsend, proprietor and A.
B. ÁVi slt-rtield. foreman of tlie h‘egÍKl< r
Dr. G. F. Tucker mid family did not down below that.
were in town aud paid its a visit, last get to go through to Seattle, last week,
Mr. J. <1. Rogeis »aid to us last week :
Frida - evening.
l lieir little lx>y had been ailing for
I thought 1 would come in ami tell
To preserve any kind of fence posts Mime time, mid when they arrived at vou how highly I prize the Kendall's
give them n coat of linseed oil and Portland was tint ill to make it safe to Treatisi on tile Horse, whu h you gavt
chaicial. pulverized, mixed to the <011- ■o further with the little fellow. So me. My horse» «ere attacked with the
they returned home on Saturday. But disease that proved so fatal among
»i«tc> ay of paint.
as the illness was caused from teething, horses, and treating them according to
W are proud of the many encotirag- the little boy is recovering.
the recipe laid down in this book my
ing teinarks we receive from our pa
It is a noticeable fact that those who horses were cured without difficulty.
trons regarding the improved nppear-
are amply able to take mid pay fora As a result I would sooner trust to the
anc<- of the R eporter .
paper, but fTom -ome f< igned dislike to treatment laid down in Kendall's hors<
Dr S. A. young has gone, having d< - rhe pap< r or its publisher do not, ate book than to the knowledge prof,-»eil
camped last Friday to Portland where the til st to get the paper, paid for by by any veterinary surgeon in Oregon."
he to..k th. st* anu*r on hi?* way to Mex- soine one else, mid take in tlie last mor- And Mr. lingers is not the only one
i?o, whither he goes to locate.
m 1 of iufoinuitimi it contains.
Come w ho prize» thi» book so highly i inanv
in gentlemen ; if vou're to poor to take speak of its exielhmcii ».
Mi Friii)]; Williams, who returned tile
will cost yon only a year’s siiliscrintion
lilJ'iillTEIl «1 'll give it to you.
from ildaho a few days a tro. luis l»<*eu
to the ICn-oi!ri II. Those who have
q nit* ill at the residence of his fnther-
Among the attractions at the concert paid in advance for the paper are enti-
in-Ia ■—Cnpt Handley—during
the to-mm row night w ill lie tin- declama fled to one.free. Price of lssik, witli-
tions by the celi-lirati d " Little Dot” out tlx- K ei - orter , 25 cents.
Reevy, wlm has just aimed in the city
Th Dundee Correspondent of the to «tav over Sunday. This child is 11
“Our town now con- perfect wonder. Her elocution, gi s C'OWPIJMKNTIHV TO
»1st» of eight fanilirs, poetoftirr. tele- titre» mnl voice an- all of a perfect el-
grapi oftire. fouF fiddler* and aman of
■ icntiniiist. ami vet she is »0 stittill a» to
I d - justly entitled Io the sobriquet <». A. H.. the following reanlntion wa>
Tli V \Mllltf.<‘«o'NTY IU l’*»K «f n ap- “Little Dot.”—Portland Trln/nim.
pear- with a new dn***» and otherwise
Rtu'fh'til: That we fully appreciate
We bad a "blizzard” last Saturday,
great v improved. Messrs Snyder &
Wan- n are makine a splendid paper. Don't know whether or not it waa of 11 he lienor conferred <»n Cuater Pool by
tin- Wiggins tvjie, but it blew like Jehu the memlbem of Mr-Minnville Brain*
Band in «’hanging th«* nauw of their
k I m . High. Quin Burnett. Wid. Der for 11 f< w moments, making buildings
tremble and signa ere, »11 their hing Band to that of CiHter Poet Band, that
by aii i Tommy Rogers, the Nesturea es. ('. D. Johnson's luaeksmith shop it.-* excellent innate may inspire tliat
millliovs. “ h«M>fe«l” it down to the val weaved to ami fi-o, Imt refused to come patriotism ami love of country «o ehar-
ley lar Friday and reinaitied in town down; tlie glass front in Masonic netertette of our fallen eoniradea wh<w
building threatened to full in mi Messrs. name it lieara ami that the Adjutant I m -
Th. ft emitter of last week was neatly Hudson, and it hail to be pn»pj»ed on instruct* <1 to furniah (’nater P<w*t Banti
a copy <»i ibis rcsohition with our heat
priBy* i a j»ortion of the old type her<*- the inside to keep it ill its place. But wishes for its prosjw rity, and a contin
tofon us«*d harina given piare to a no real damage was done, and our citi
uance of the good feeling existing be*
much elearrr-face«i type procured by zens drew a breath of relief when the twees tlie two organizatiom*.
gust had subsided.
ÜV Jpi*r * tor.
[ 1. Any person who lake« a paper regular
fly from a post-office, whether directed in
[his name or another's, or whether he sub-
f scribed or not, is responsible for payun nt.
1 2. If a person orders his paper dtsoontin-
he must, pay arrears, or the publisher
ft may continue to .-»end it until payment is
Kjnade, and then collect the whole amount.
Bwhether the paper is tal.cn from the office or
r 3. The courts have decided that refusing
¡to take newspapers or p riodicals from tin-
ftost-office, or removing and leaving them in
ithe office, is prima facie evidence of inten-
I 4. The Postmaster-General has decided
J that postmasters who fail to notify publish
when subscribers remove, or fail to take
,?th'.‘ir pajM-rs from the |Mistoffice, shall be n -
^Kponsible for their subscription.
The kite mania lias subsided.
Cap) Po«ell «ns in to« n Tuesday.
T he I. O. (>. F eus .
(tit Thursday next, April 2Gth, the
odd Fellows of Yamhill County «ill
[ corrected weekly , by r. w. redmond .]
celebrate the <>Ith Anniversary of Odd
M. .VissviLLt, April 10, 1883.
Fellowship in an appropriate manner
at North Yamhill. All necessary ar Wheat, per uusuel.......................
Flour, |>er barrel.........................
rangements are being made fora grand, Oats,
good tinu-, the programme to consist of Dried Apples, per piunil............
addresses, oration, vocal and instru Plm.is, per taniiid.....................
mental music and other exercises inci Brau, per ton...............................
( i I > 0(1
dent to such occasions. Those wishing I Ground Feed, la’r ton...... ..........
to attend from this place can godown Potatoes, per bushel
on the morning express and return by Onions, i»*r |sjund........................
the same in the evening-—thus spend Bacon Sides, per pound...............
ing a pleasant day. The North Yam ! Ham. |ier pound.........................
hill Hand will furnish the brass music Sliouldera, per round.................
for the occasion. The committee of Lard, per pound......... ................
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arrangement» at North Yamhill lias Butter, per pound.......................
kindly furnished us for publication the Eggs, per dozen.........................
Hides, dry Hint, per pound........
Meet at the Hall at 10 o'clock sharp. Dressed Hogs, per cwt................
Form procession at (hid Fellows'Hall Wed. |ier piuud ........................
and march ut> Main to Laughlin street, Tallow, per pound.......................
down Laughlin to B street, down B to
Broadway, up Broadway to llous-
‘•HACKMETACK.” a lasting and fragran
worth's l’ark. Marshal—P. P. Gates.
nerfume. Price 25 end 50 cents. Sold by W
Prayer by Chaplain.
Vocal music—Dayton Glee Club.
Instrumental music—North Yamhill
For Lame Back. Side or Chest use Shiloh’s
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by W. I -
Address— J. T. Wolfe.
Vocal music—Lafayette Glee Club,
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizcr is guaran
Impromptu Speeches—Hon. W. J. Me eed to cure you. Sold by W. B. Turner
Connell and Mis. Lougharv.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos-
Vocal music—McMinnville Glee Club.
Impromptu Speeches—J. C. Freund itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Mouth. Sold by W. B. Turner.
and Rev. J. Hoberg.
Vocal music—Amity Glee Club.
Concluding « ¡til music by the Band
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
—" Sweet bye and bye.”
that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem
There « ill be a Basket Dinner to edy for vou. Sold by W- B. Turner
which all are invited—to bring their
The Fine Stallions
E xcellent .
It is due to our enterprising County
Clerk Spencer to speak for him and his
able assistants a word of commenda
tion for the excellent style in which
they are conducting the public’s busi
ness. mid the degree of perfection to
which they have worked the office up.
Through the courtesy of these gentle
men we have recently been shown the
Nothing could lie more perfect than the
arrangement, with indices to records of
all kinds, by which one traces the
chain of every transaction as quickly
as the eye can catch little sentences of
words mid figures. Tlinsthe vast laby
rinth of " ye olden” transcripts lias hist
its dread to the searching eye, and ev
ery record of Yamhill's generations
comes to hand as quicklv.as the pages
of a book can lie opened.
perfect is the arrangement in probate
matters, wherein each page amt paper
in every case that has been administer
ed in the county can be referred to in
mi instant. It is really no idle boast,
tor us to say that Yamhill has the most
convenient, the most orderly and the
most accommodating Clerk’s office in
the State of Oregon. We assert this
upon both personal observation mid
the sayings of men from other business
circles of this class, who are competent
lyMCT YOU FORGET that
SNYDE THE PRINTER,
"Hoss" Photographer & Biographist,
IS BIGHT ON HIS MUSCLE.
New and Elegant
Call ami See Specimens.
Saloon & Billiard Hall
Cha’s Hirsch, Pro.
[ diblschneiber ’ s old
M c M innville ,
FINE WINES, LICUOBS, BEEB and CIOABfl
BEER a CENTS A GLAM.
W. «. HENDERSON,
will make the season of 1883 at the following
times and places:
*ic.Hinnville, IVKoiittay* A 'l'lietdiiy s ;
^ht ridiin, Wednesdays & Thursdays;
Amity, Fridays and Saturdays.
Beginning April 1st and Ending July 1st.
W. T. LOCAN,
McMinnville & Dayton
We invite the public to examine our stock (Stables at McMinnville situated on Thirt St. ;
that in Dayton on Ferry St.)
before breeding elsewhere.
J. R. SAWYER.
Henderson & Logan Bros,, Prop’s.
We are prepared to furnish
The Fine Stallion,
Will make the season commencing April 1st,
1883, at F. A. Fletcher’s farm, on Fridays, Sat
urdays and Sundays; Mondays and Tuesdays
A ttention !
PEDIGREE:—Young Milton was sired by
The Camp Fires of Custer Post No fl
will be lit Saturday (■veiling, April 28, Did Millon, a half brother to Caledonia Chief,
the fastest trotting stallion in Canada, and
iit 8 p. m. Several comrades have been is pronounced by competent judges, coupled
detail, d to give their win experience, with public opinion, to be the best road and
and several good singers have volun carriage stallion in Canada. He took the first
teered to help the "boys” with the mu prize at the Provincial Exhibition held in
Ex-Soldiers from Hamilton, in 1872; first at Milton Spring
different parts of the county will lie Show, in 1872-73-74; firstat Branton iu 1873;
present, some of whom are excellent second at Guelph Central Exhibition, in 1873;
talkers, 'l’lie multitude will lie ted he took the first prize at Hamilton Central Fair
from the haiversack. Programme and in 1873, also the first prize and diploma for best
horse of any age or class. He was sired by
bill of fare next week.
How’s Royal George, dam by old Harkaway,tbe
imported Irish blood horse, G. D, by Fox Hun
T he “A kions .”
ter; How’s Royal George by Fields’ Royal
This musical society gave their last George; dam of How’s Royal was sired by the
horse, Statesman ; Fields’ Royal
concert for the season, to a not very
f George dam the celebrated Erin mare sired by
large audience, at Mohawk Hall. Iasi Erin, he by Sir Henry, 2,297 ; G. D. by Grand
The programme Turk, bred by George McKinley, Oakville, C.
was a good one and some of the pieces W., owned by W. A. Fiilds &. Co., of Buffalo,
were rendered in a tasty manner, there N. Y. Fields’ Royal George was sired by old
being some good, voices among the Royal George, he by Black Warrior, he by im
singer». Mrs. Whitney reudereu sev I Hailed Tippo; old Royal George’s dam by Black
eral vocal pieces in a manner that mer wood, out of an EngL'di hunting mare, import
it» compliments, while Dessie and Elia ed by an offioer of the first Royals. How’s
were the stars of the evening.
Royal G^orga «rotted his mile in 2:35, under
five weeks' training. Fields’ Royal George!
troiied his mile on the Buffalo course in 2 ;22^
Tm. R esults .
All persons feeling dull and depress and 2 :24.
DESCRIPTION :—Y oung M ilton is a blood
ed. or perhaps feverish with no appe bay,
seven years old, sixteen hands high,
tite, no energy, the system clogged, the weighs 1,300 pounds, has excellent style, and
liver torpid, and the bowels inactive, is a fine driver and unusual good worker.
who are wondering how to find relief,
TERMS:—InsureDce, $10; season, $7 ; sin
should purchase a 50 cent or $1 bottle gle service, $5.. AH care will be taken to pre
of Syrup of Figs, read the circular vent accidents, but no responsibility for such
around the bottle, follow the directions will t**> assumed.
F. A. FLETCHER,
taking a few doses of this pleasant
A. E. C alkins ,
remedy and be restored to health and
It may lu- had at Turner's
E ditor B eporfkic .«—¿rhe following
letter «xpkiinr* itwlf. Will you pleaw
gi\e it a pla< f* in your paper so that, au
innocent inauV reputation may be freed
from the imputation of theft, which,
without tuiy fault of his, wan cant up«ui
it by the author of saiil letter I
April 17th 18S3.
I, L. T. Nichol*, went down to Mr.
Mr Doth High’* and 8<iid to hiK I mjvh that
I bad lo.-i Iwoi-Jioep aud thought we
would hax< io fix up the fence. I do
hereby rxhouorate Mr. McDonough
ami hi.'* boy* from any and all blame in
regard to my sheep or any property J
deemed himself abused by the abve
statement, th«*refore this statement iu
L. T. Nichole,
Witness, .1. W. Jones.
We will only adi| that Mr, Nichol,
has since fomiti his sheep.
John Mei lonongh.
Stop ! Stop ! Stop ! !
BOOTS a SHOES,
and everything in the Livery hire in good
sliaj)© on shortest notice.
is kept by these Stables and Funeral Turnout»
furnished at any time.
We are prepared to offer special induce-
COM MER C IA L MEN!
Transient stock left with us will receive th©
best of care aud attention.
A MONTHLY SETTLEMENT OF ALL BILL»
will be required by us.
HENDERSON A LOGAN Bsos.
(Old“ NATIONAL,” established 1806.)
128 Front St, Bet. Washiagton and Alder,
A. P. Arnu<ro»K,
J. A. We.ro,
Penman and Beey.
An institution designed for the practical busi
ness education of both sexes.
Admitted on any week-day of ths year. No
vacations at any time, and no exam
ination on entering.
Tor the Full Biainem Course, - $60.
Protzman & DeFrance,
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonable
ratee. Sali election guaranteed.
3rd & Aider Ml., Portland. OreRoa.
The Largest Boot and shoe
The College Journal, aontaining Information
of the course of study, when to entar, lima re*
House in Oregon,
|uired, eo.t of board, etc., and nu of orna
Occupying two store
Send for Catalogue and Price Liat.
mental penmanshiD, from the pen of Prof.
Wasco, sent free.
A P. ARMSTRONG,
Ix>ck Box 104.
J. E MAGERS,
Af the owner of the following property is at
work in town ai d baa no u.w for the same, he A tt ’ y at L aw A N otary P ub U
oftsrs’t al a bargain • One 8pon of good Work
Horxec : also a good Milch Cow, and a Cook
Business Promptly Attenisito.
.M arried .
Stove, in fair condition. For particulars, tn-
In McMinnville, on »lit- 17th iu»t. bv I quire of
(»FFICE—One Door Fast of Post Office,
Rev. Neil Johnson. .Mr. Heury Edwards
Nelson’s wagon shop, McMinnville,
of Amity, to Miss Bi lie l'< ter», of Mc
Or HENRY GEE, Bellevue.
TAX-PAYERS TAKE NOTICE 1
J. E. MAUERS.
N otary P ublic .
WARREU & MAGERS,
All persons who*- taxes »re yet unpaid, will
P ublic . ple.se mil at my office and »eltle, without fur
ther delay, and nave ooets
E. B. COLLARD,
Sheriff of Yamhill County.
l ox MALE.
Real Estate and. Ios-orazico Ægonts,
Fnrm l.nnd« <»i all
tor Sale <>n Kaxjr Term«*
AI mo , Tow n 1,0t».
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COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTEY REMITTTED.
Legcd Pafjers drmen icith
Fanning outfit, including good Farm Teana,
Wagon, Plow«, Harrow, good laatern Hack,
A loo — Red Brazilian Artiahokaa.