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THI KSBAY MAY JB,
S-2.5O Pilli ANNUM
clime gave them birth : they met as friends, Odd Fellowship. The chain of earthly fel ing lamp of life, to Close the fading eye as
INotico Tliis I
«mi were bound together in the ties of friend lowship may be broken, but some of its sev the last prayer bears on its wings the pepart-
ship. No motive but the purest Bi’otherly ered links remain in the person of the strick ing spirit into the jxrvsence of its God.
With such teachings written in our temple,
love hud called them together ; nothing but en widow and the helpless orphans. Odd
■hibUshed Every Thursday, at
’ Money to loan on good real estate securi-
the pure spirit of benevolence and a desire Fellowship repairs to the desolate home , re leading to corresponding practices without,
BR W, A. IB. MILLS,
G. G. BINGHAM,
OR I GO.N to advance and improve lhe condition of fills the cruse of oil and replenishes the the Order will withstand all ihe shocks of
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
man. actuated them to assemble on that oc empty barrel. Over the night of desolate opposition and the changes of public opin /JFFICE at F. A. Hills Drug 8.1 :e, Dayton,
casion ; no motives of gain, no allurements widowh(M>d it watches with sympathetic care! ion grow firmer and stronger in its moral
*troniL^¿ SITYBER & WA l T ä IRIETST. to wealth or power, no high-sounding titles and comforts the stricken hearted mother power, until “ the wreck of matter and the
e not I
of distinction, brought them together. They with assurance that her fatherless children crash of worlds” change our theatre of ac
tion to one of repos»—our labor to reward.
Editors and Proprietors.
were men without any particular influence ; will be protected and educated.
Then let us brethren, with the Divine bless
with no pecuniary means, except such as
Pause for one moment to examine the
Counssloi at 'Law.
give new vitality and strength to those I DEPUTY Ol’NTY
strong argument furnished in favor of the
■ MilMJt ll’I'IHN GA! BA.
Of £<•••--Sheridan, > amliill Co., Oregon
il happiness of life. They, however, firnilv Order by this view of its character. The blessed instrumentalities and while survey
One cópj’ per vear, in advance.................... $?.'(■ resolved to surmount all obstacles and. if young man in business far from home, the ing the past and rejoicing in the present, lei
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
................ 1.50 possible, to plant the seed of Odd Fellow man of family who earns his bread by the us resolve to be more abundant in labors to
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
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ship in the soil of freedom ; firmly believing sweat of liis brow, can, when in health, easi elevate and improve so rich a legacy, to
that if pro|M>rly nourished and watered, it ly spare, say twelve dollars annually, and
would take deep root, and that its branches thus secure ’such aid and attention during lives its virtues, and to leave our impress for «TUKM %<■ SS. A.< . No. Ki
The Odd Fellows' Celebration
would extend far and wide, until the inhabi sickness as could be obtained bv no other good upon this goodly heritage bequeathed
Regular meetings, Thursday, evening on or
tants of t lie western continent could repose pecuniary expense. Especially does the man us by the founders of our beloved Order.
I HANK Gll/TNEU,
A Pleasant Day-Pleasant Grounds- under its shade, and receive nourishment of family reap an advantage in a pecuniary’
Singing, Antlimn, “ Like as a Father
from its fruits. They accordingly applied to point of view which no other investment of Fiftieth Mis (’liililren,” by the Lafay ing companions cordially welcomed.
laarge Gatlierint'-Good Music and
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci*
England, and after much anxiety and delay, the same amount of funds could yield* The ette Glee Club.
gars kept for sale. When you go to Day tor.
the Best Oration ever Deliver
procured a charter from Dukeof York Lodge merchant, the man of business, visiting San
Music by the Band.
call and see Frank.
ed in ITamhili County.
>f tin» Indejierident Order of Odd Fellows, Francisco, or the cities east of the Rocky Then came dinner—a good old-fash
SPfrMICS A CO..
held at Preston, England.which wasaddress- mountains, may be taken sick, and who that
“ Washington Lodge, No. 1.” No has ever been sick, a stranger in one of the ioned basket pie-nic dinner, which was
ulav I id. April 2Gth, lss3, was ■ d to had
!*>Ti:i<LING B\ H A IS DINO
ar the Tliip
the charter been obtained and large hotels,—knows not the neglect with heartily enjoyed by all.
Bit h iiiini\ <*isan ol the advent of sooner
the institution organized than prejudice and which fiersons under such circumstances are
Odd r »‘Howship into Amei iea, and a> superstition started up on all sides, and pro treated ? They may have abundant means
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER,
At 1:30 o’clock the band called the Goo«I Work Guaranteed. Orders from the 2 *■ licid Estate and Collecting Agent , and No
•nmr-, per pr« -. ions al i angments anil aiioiin<-e- claimed ihe must utiblushiug slanders against to procure the attention of hirelings, but assemblagi* together.
tary Public All work pertaining to this line
iiient ''. Vunhill, in uoninion w ith i In secret societies, ami that this poor Lodge of they cannot purchase kindness and sympa
('it j’ and Country so' ¡cited.
Impromptu speeches—Mrs. Loughary
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
whole < omniy. eelelnateil I In* day in a ( kid Fellows was the very nucleus of all ini thy. The possession of an Odd Fellow’s
ufaciurer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All
grand and appropriate manner, at the morality and iufidelity. And it no doubt ap- card will secure all this; for its presentation made a few pointed remarks mosily on
work done with neatness and dispatch Hend-
neat little town of North Yamhill. Tin
t< the Lodge is an assurance of fraternal at
• liiarteis under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
(lay wa • all I hat could lia\e been asked; Brothers had the courage and firmness of tention. These, we may sav are the common these days a man was not looked upon
ulotid.v wilh occasional sun purpose to sustain themselves under such duties of humanity, acknowledged by all for the talent he possessed but for his Att’y at Law & Notary Public.
shine,; but warm and pleasant. \Vli« n weight of public opinion pressing upon men. and needing no society to enforce gold; money would buy popularity;
Office—one door East of Furniture Stole.
we aiSived at the town 1 lt<‘ North am them. But these persecutions were no donbt them. We grant that they are the duties of money would buy friends ; in times of
humanity, but are they performed ? sickness money would buy attention.
hill B .ml •"«■!< marching from their intended for wise and good purposes ; for no common
We have very little conception of the She then eulogized the Order of Odd
IVIi'lìlinn« ill«*, Oreg«»!».
hall to < hhl I » Hows’ Hall to the stir sooner bad the slanders of the day been cir amount of suffering endured bv virtuous
ring atiahis of rlmt choicest of tunes culated, than people were led to inquire into poverty, when the supplies procured by in Fellows, in a happy strain, and her re
” NoiTh American.”
Soon the three [ihe objects of the Order, and whoever learn- dustry are cut off by sickness: when the marks were well received. She was
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
linkers formed ranks, and headed b\ !» J its friendly precepts and benevolent pur strong man is postrated, and lies stricken
Irom the best material and best workmanship.
the b:in«l, man Ir «1 through the princi lposes, solicited to become members in the and helpless, knowing that loved ones are in neat little speech, in which he com
Paint ing and trimming done to order.
pal sti ■ et of t he town and to the grove
Blacksmith and Repairer.
Then another grand old anthem by ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC General
about three hundred yards from town I were received ns Brothers. These pcrsecu- threshold of the obscure home to which he
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
where the following programme was jtions. no doubt, had a tendency also to chas- has fled to conceal from a heartless world the Lafayette Glee Club—“ How Beau LAFAYETTE, .... OREGON.
* tun iheir conduct and to actuate them to the bitterness of his poverty. Oh! the ag tiful upon the Mountains,”—after which
carried out :
I walk uprightly before God and man ; they ony of the hot tears that blister his fevered Hon. \V. .1. McConnell related an inci Special attention pai»t to Land Law and Ab
Mufth* hy I he B.llld.
being conscious that, without the strictest
as be nightly kisses the parched lips dent that occurred on board a steamer stracts of Title.
Dray r by Chaplain—Bev. *1. Hoberg. moral conduct the world would draw the cheek
Money io Loan at all times.
looks upon the famine pinched faces of from San Francisco to Portland, some Collections
made at usual rates.
Quartette, ” ( 'nine w h<»re the Lilies infermce, ami with reason, that their and
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo*
his children as they go supperless to their time since: A poor man and his fami
Bloom •» fair,” by McMinnville (»lee ' purposes were evil rather than good ; and humble bed. Who can tell the anguish of
pie >>l McMinnville that he is running a Afille
J the consequence was that “Washington, his heart when the wife of his bosom bends ly were coming to Oregon; on the road
W .j,'»n from hid farm to town and furnishing
A. » UOWASÎB, .U. If.
Hon. W. .1. McConnell, President of i Lodge No. 1” soon had its scores of follow- over him with her pale earnest face and as his boy of fourteen or fift<‘cn summers
ile- bcbt of milk at the most reasonable rales.—
the Day, then introduced Rev. *1. T*
she wipes the fever drops from his brow,
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
Wolfe, of I >ayton. < h ator of the Day, I which email )bid the purest moral precepts. with the sublime eneigy of woman's endur to have the child doctored while in San Phi/sìciati »fuit Surgeon, at onee can du so by leaying orders at the Post-
who delivered the follow ing meritori cheering and dispensing their kindiv influ ance, whispers resignation, hope! Alas! Francisco he was brought on and died
W. G. DAV 18.
ence in every direction ; and from this once wljat has he to hope for his loved ones, if on board the ship. Upon inquiry it
ous ofation :
Office in Gart¡son's Building.—Particular
feeble band were soon established in the God in his providence should call him away? was found that this man had a wife and
B het j • ben —L ai » if . s nd G en flemen :— We city of Baltimore a number of Lodges com Nothing ! That wife will be a broken heart
attend >n given to diseases of Women and
are her- to-day tu celebrate the 64th anni posed of a portion of the most wealthy and ed widow, struggling single handed against seven children but had not a cent of Children. All culls promptly attended to.
versary »1 Ain»-j lu.m Odd Fellowship. To most intelligent inhabitants of that citv.— poverty, exposed to the insults of a heartless
Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
the Odd Fellow (bi-, dav has becmue dear by This glorious work of benevolence and Bro world; those children will be reared in igno in San Francisco for freight charges.—
ir» asuo iatious, a historic day to be com therly love did not confine itself to the rance in all probability--possibly for a life A collection was taken up among the
mended by appropriate exerciser each suc- ■' Monumental City.” but diffused to the re of shame—a death of disgrace. But how ptisseligers and $180 raised and given H. R. LITTLEFIELD,
ci»eding year .xhiiv Odd Fellotvship has a motest limits of the continent, and to-day different would be the condition of such a the man. That man wore the emblem
hi*tory and a name among men. Such an (her«* are Lodges established in every State person, if in the days of his health and of Odd Fellowship and Masonry which
«hxjiiy.iou is made the nudium by which the and Territory of our Republic, and the ad strength, he Lad become a member of this drew out in his hour of great affliction
otten past is called from the jacent Provinces.
noble Order. A competency would have and gloom the soul-touching sympathy
uluiubei ng wrecks of time to add new zeal
The annual rei»ort of 1882 shows that there smiled around his hearth-stone : sympathiz- and relief which lie so rnm li needed,
I’hvMcriiiM and Surgeons
in the great undertakings inci Mere, the previous vear. under ino
friends would have watched around his
“Sweet Bve-and-Bye,” by the band
dent to buriifiu life. The goodness of «»ar tion of the Grand Lodge <»f •f the Uni ted tí •Hck bed . and he would close his eves in was supposed to close the programme ;
work ami the .<?.»»-itnes; of our cause are be States. 50 Grand Lodges ; 7.308
im Subordinate < death with the sweet assurance that his fam
ing sounded in all chiliz.-d tongues and by Lodg» A.with a membership of 475.948 ; Grand ily was left in care of brothers, whose con but here comes Rev. .1. Hoberg with his
A KI*I.< IAI/I V.
¿ill civilized peoples : and while a favoring Encampments. 41; Subordinate Encamp stant duty it is to “ protect the widow and “bristles standing on end” and as he
himself put it, “most religioifsly mad,”
IToviderie«* smiles upon the hosts of our ments. 1.839. with a membership of 80.643; educate the orphan.”
L'rttt.ernii y let u» renew our inith on this day Rebekah Degree Lotlges, 872. During the
The advantages of the Order are further and must have a sa.v; and the way lie
in ttaigraml principles of benevolence, so pterions year there had been 46.560 Lodge seen in the fact that it brings together men warmed Pettijohn and other “cranks”
V» . L3. BBOVD, II. B,
Glut atmther anniversary will see us making initiations.
of the most discordant opinions, and unites or “tramps” up for a few moments was
ISIDORE ERTLE, l’io.
longer strnjes along the pathway of »access
The relief by Lodges for that period was them in the bonds of brotherly love—afford a caution. He said Hiat “Nat,” intlic
toward the goal <»f perfection.
$1.657.418 84 ; by Encampments, $168.256.- ing by its frequent meetings, social inter- R eporter and .Mr. Townsend in tin*
The torigin of Odd Fellowship is undoubt 63 ; by Rebekah Lodges. $5.495 91 : aggre 'course, free from the contaminating influ Jityinttr had given them no more than, M’Minnville,
Oregon / 1FFICE—up stairs over Manning’s Tin
edly of zreat antiquity. It has been said gating $1,831.171 38. The annual revenue ence of vice. It promotes the morals of com they deserved ; that men who roamed
V ' Store, McMinnville, Oregon*
Manufacturer of Lager Beer ami Porter.
by ’MrjCoop *r. of Scotland, an Antiquarian was $184.108.40.2067 17—an increaae of $236,080.- munity, by restraining its members from all about the country traducing the names
and a man of learning, v ho Lad made d- - p 40 over th»? previous year. It will be seen intemperance and other illegal practices, un
All orders promptly filled.
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
research into the origin <>i Odd Fellowship, that tlie membership is rapidly gravitating der penalty, expulsion and the publication of individuals who were their superi
men and Children.
that it wr.s first este.blbhed by the Roman towards half a million, and the aggregate of their names with the offense for which ors, and orders of which they ha<| no
If not in office, ?an be found by enquiring
soldiers during the r» gn of Nero, m the year revenue approximates the large sum of five discipline is executed throughout the limits knowledge, should I m » frowned upon
of the drug stores.
M'CAIN & HURLEY, st I either
with contempt by all classes.
A5, At that time they were called Fellow millions of dollars.
’. S. - Patients have the right to have their
of the (trder.
The name of Odd Fellows was
Another pieuc of music by the band ATTOts.vs: I’.V . ST 3.. /If, Prescriptions filled where they choose.
Thus Odd Fellowship, weak in the begin-
Odd Fellowship Is calculated to make men
lVfrQ Mpmi by Titus (’¡esar in the ye ir 79— liing. with hut few nietnbers, has crowned social and humane, by bringing them fre closed the celebration in Yamhill of the
>1 year- after’ itformation, and just 181)4 lt-u lf with unfading laurels by good works, quently together t.<> devise means and meas (14th anniversary of Odd Fellowship
voars ago. ’¿ 'ns is ue was given them from .withered strength and multiplied, until now. ures fur the relief of their distressed follow- ami a more pleasant and successful oc
)he sin..alarity of tlieir notions, and from no adequate estimate can be made of its in creatures ; thus breaking down the barriers casion could not have been wished for.
their ku »wing caah other by n.gbt or by fluence on the people and institutions of erected by sect and party and uniting men
day. At the same time lie presented them this great and glorious country. It has no as citizens of one country, "the world”—
PHOTON H A P HEtt,
with a tijxpensntion engraven on a plate of marble altar, no wreathed statue, no offer members of one family.—“ the Luman race.”
- Y1 ERI virgin^gold, bearing «liffereyt emblems, the ings of incense: but hearts of affection
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
Such, dear friends, is a brief view of Odd
i-turned to his old stand—upstairs in Si
same th it are y* i a e*l and arc 1-cogniz d build up its shrine : the widow and orphan Fellowship as it is to duy. That there is op-1
monds* building with a new equipment of
by 03d Fellows. This was presented as a are its living monuments, and gratitude position, is known and expected : for what
arils lor his work, atid is now prepared to
pledge ”f perpetual frienditbiii. W.* ru.iJ <>f [M>nrs out for it a free libation.
Or. <« F. Tí <'S» ER
that is lovely or of good report has ever
Odd Fellowstiip being established in flu
fhnting nun under the influence of the so escaped the sneer and the scowl of the
Is at Hand. !
doinim »ns as ear’v ; s the 5th cell eial pritu iple, Odd Fellowship demands the gloomy Pharisee, who while he tithes anise,
B*iclnreN of all Kind*.
fury, iml in the «».! «• ntnrv the king <•/ Por-( •practice of bfciiov«>leiiG6 and charity ; and in mint and cumen, neglects the weightier mat
tug«*l fr,'>ud' d the < >rder in his Km .lorn. In . order to impress these qun upon the mind ter of the law. making it void through his
a small si .• tin-typ - to a large Cabinet
the lYti. Ccelury It was established ill France! i ind
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‘ ► action in those traditions? But the principles of the Ordev
u , way : monu-nts
m , . .......
... j x • (ll |o
Pknse give me a call.
»undd | i i
to which «...
all ruen are may l»e tried by their fruits, and who can Will
into E’ land, win • • it became established
|las inM|jtuted solemn ceremonies. rise up and say these fruits are evil, or that
(rn toti^ Xk*Nevi tu and five Knight.».»f France. ThiM ! ordained frequent meetings and formed a associated action, by which all the achieve Minnville I’ridavs, Saturdays and Sundays , Nc.liNN vii . i. i
£9 */.’LC'O. V j; S.lhOO.Y,
of signs—a'.I designed to produce ments of the age have been wrought is
nd s*i L'Mtfv v.as called the “ Ir»\ it Giapd Lodge language
Office—One door cast of Hartman's brick.
a habit Of benevoli nee. and by educating wrong? Like the "still small voice” when Wednesdays at Amity ; Mondays and *"
x>f Hunand was in existence ui»td the the moral faculties promote the welfare of the wind and the fire, and the earthquake days at Sheridan.
L.'.nghmg Gas adinini11< red lor painle-s ex
feign Ai'»orge III, when some of the Sul» society. The principles emblazoned upon had passed, Odd Fellowship, the noiseless
miM iii phon :
L«ulg« desiring to forma Union, th«» biiniiPiS of the Older and inscribed upon spirit of benevolence and love, has trained
Will find it to
MILTON is a bright bay. foaled in 1868,
iind ollie»-,’, opp^ing it. the “ Loyal Grand its altars, are
his children to follow in the path of desola
«,*; «solved itself, and fr.»;n
rRIENDUTIIP, 1.0VB AUQ T«PTH,
its rniu a.»" tl.. ' ie-va.l Ane.mnt Odd 1'1-
binding in the golden bonds of Friendship, p-lent judges, coupled with public opinion, to
t'uion O»ld Fellows'’ and the and it is the constant and unvaryingmouloa- Love and Trutl], tsheaves left standing be one of the best Rond and Carriage Stall ¡ ohm . T ikes pleasure in inviting the attention of tin
To «all at the above Nnloon.
‘‘Manchester Unity Odd Fallows.“ Most of t>oii of these principles that causes Odd in the fields over which Death and Sorrow,
public to his new and fine stock of
I I • -p eonstaj Hv on hand the Finest Wine»
M«e50 O dors ar. dill < ¿(aid I' e “Union Fellowship to be strictly practical. Its mem the Great Reapers have passed. Look, dear
lie was sjred by How’s Royal George, dam
and Liquors for family and Medicinal use.
F« ll»»ws” were l«>cat*d in the oily nf bership receive with reverence the teachings friends, over the fields of its appropriate la
Xioxjn.''- Some - t’the members of tin.-. S«)- of God’s Holy Word, which tells them that. bor, for the evidence of these works. See by old Harkaway, the inifNirted Irish blood DBU3S, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
!<»■■% <-AMW I I.I., Prwprlelwr.
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOHS,
<c'.pty 1«»■ qjg ni M-itb’hester. formed them* Hu y are the children of one common Father that stricken widow bowed down and sorrow
tieivi'Slulu >» .Lodge about the year ’.' 'At and —lifeihH'JJ of one family, fellow travelers ful ; the hope of her heart is quenched. But George by Fields’ Royal George ; dam of How’s
««Hitie «1 iiu.Gbaiy to the Union Ord. r for lb rough the same dark world of sin. alike there is a change, un arm of affection is cast Koval wa sired by the celebrated horse States
■ i time
a separation occurred needing the sympatiiy and support of their around her—a band of love has wiped away man . Fields’ Royal George dam, the celebrat
. Ali« >1
Prescriptions carefully compounded and
ape- Uiit of some difference aruing lx- fellow-men • that they are bound, aw stew tier tears. That arm was the Order s arm : ed Erin mare, sir<*d by Erin, he by Sir Henry,
xwe^n 1hem. whan this L »dge declared itself ards of God, to use wisely the things which that hah-l an Odd Fellow’s. Hee that or 2.2U7: G. D. by Grand Turk, bred by George charges reasonable.
• an«l has *r siruv» been known have been committed to them in trust, for phan. with no earthly parents to watch over McGinley. Oakville, C. W.,owned by W. A.
■ < if» isjd0pei'dc»ut
as the “ Independent < Irderof < >d<i Fellows " t he advancement of the general good. It is
no mother to caress and wipe away his Fields At Co., of Bn fíalo, N. Y- Fields’ Royal
C. V/. HULERY, Pro.
■ I M.1 ! OdC dloujiip m the 1 nited StaUw is of true that the means of the Society do not him.
burning tears, no shelter for his defenseless George was siied by old Royal George, he by
much Miore recent dnt<
date : The first Lodge ir. unable it to relieve all the wants of all men. bead, liehuld, an arm is cast around him, Black Warrior, he by Tip|»o, he by Ogden’s
(Successor to M. Feker,)
thihc »try r was established uj Baltimore. tali they do enable it to mitigate the suffer he is sheltered and cared for, his darkness is Messenger, he by imported Messenger.
al b / pril 26th. 1 1819. In that year two vvorihy ings of many. The relief is, in the first gone, his hand and his heart are cultivated,
TERMS:—By the Reason, $10, payable at
Bn,*« j*r3 uf the Order by chance n.v t in that j lace. justly restricted to the members of the and his glistening eye tells of gratitude and the end of season. Single service, $5, pava
Malt Liquors, Bit-
love. The spirit of Odd Fellowship has been ble at the time nf service. Insurance, $15.
’• •’•■* Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
mands aiKWeK-d. relief is extended to oth there.
« ol ugam, ami the justly celebrated San
|hi^k»v. Il would appear thqt they ers as far :•* it possessi tfje ability.
jt must be conceded, dear friends. 1hat
Francisco Lager Beer.
The pecuniary contributions of lhe nwm tfin present standing and efficiency of Odd All care will be taken to prevent acoidents,
«verete. strappers to each other in their
¿noth« counlrv, nr if they were, they nt once ber*’, which confusi» in small monthly sums, Fellowship is n’?tunnlly due to the hearty but will bo responsible for none.
J. A. FRISTOE,
»ue navb'mr ;.s having I m en co- constitute a fund for the exclusive purpose cooperation of the lad’es admitted to its
MeM., Apr. 5.—4tf.
n the <gr«»at <of humanity in of relieving the sick, burying the dead, edu temple, through the degree of Rebekah.—
the 1A1»U of their hr.lii ; end as they were cating the (.rph’ins. protecting and assisting This degree was instituted about thirty years
erften » ¡gel bur th«»ir coiiver.oit»»;} was natur
ago. ns a pledge of the Order's confidence in
ally tli'e«¡ted to the subject of the (Inter.— v.iRt Mutual Aid Society, differing from all j woman's goodness and fidelity. And it has
All Hi«* Anvelties iK Mrnw Good»
They I d known and enjoyed its Lindlv .Hhcrs id the perfecti m of its organisation,I I proved one of the best and most desirable
(Situated at the Depot,)
mid I rimming« for Npriiiu.
» at b«»me ajiJ was with dutc .;iu thu universality of its extent and the mo ' improvements. Thousands of ladies have
bitter egret that an msUtfatjon so kit¿J!v ir. tives presented for action in high and be already availed themselves of its privileges
McMinnville, - - Oregon«
i»ff its principles and «ocongenial Io theg«>v- nevolent touching, which lead from specific and thousands more are ready to receive
The undesigned offers for Bale his properl v
I.« If. < OOK, l’rop.
t and country they had adopted, h id nd enforced Unties to the voluntary per- them. Their loving hearts and sympathetic in Happv Valley. The farm conRists of 2«2 Shingles, Shingles
-i‘ not fu^t¿d its way across the ocean. Manj 6irnienuc of the nobleat d«»ed» of charity.— natures are the most potent auxiliaries to acres ; 2(10 acre« under fence ; about VO acres in
wwwlh»'W'heiv.es tbrv devised t » nsc-nam Wlnle therrfoiv, the O*<ler in its organiza the development of the principles to which cultivation; good house and barn and ex«x)L
rrilh noi hi, |g Flh*T-< LAMM In every par-
what audpf Odd Fellows, if any. could tion and development, i« founded upon e.te.P- <ho Order is d**vqted, It is for them to cult lent spring water. Al** a fair flouring mill,on
THF. » in »: wt «i4 u i n wHiM.i.r.%
■ 11< iihir. Iwlmr iurnlidm«! wlth all mouern
be fov don ib* western continent. Ain- >al principles, it only gives direction to the ivate the intellect and to make moral and one
ami Mctting lx*for«* ita KU«>Rts only
known and admitted truth, and enforces th** j religious impresMions upon th« mind in the this whole propTty at $15 [n*r acre—«»n© half
eff »rts, th y
ih« la si th«* market a fiorila.
ufact ured at
denta v hit upon Gu* pbn of giving public duties it teaches by discipline. It is formed days of infancy and cnildh<s»d which will cash down, the balance on rea«onable time.
imple-r<H.rn fnr thè cspecial accommodatioD
iioticb t hrough the <rvXi.p«i>‘rs of the day. fur ncti«'U. and hè who will not work is not I i enilure through«»ut life. It is a sister’s privi-
Enquire at the RaroiBTKa office.
of Cotn mereiai Men.
jtermitled to remain a drone in the busy ' lege to watrn over a younger brother and
Itein« in! cr thè place- at thè depot.
! gradually lend him in the paths of rectitude
Cheap or the cheapest and good na the best
Fr »m this v*ry general vie’ v we may pass and duty, to enforce) upon the tender mind
Ixx>k at them.
to a consideration <»f some of the specific’ thr»«.- very principles taught in the Ixxlge by
gri [. -! ii iv -i. arid with trembling (»••w-dU, of th»* institution ««•cured to each preempts and example, namely, Friendship,
Enquire uf F. W. REDMOND, Aient, ai
:bkd st iL
inus taarfs they
— .»nd evejy ♦ux*m,>er by the stipttlationfl of (
McMinnville, or of
meeting. an<l l>ehoid ! Tuans
Lusidr-' -covenant agreement If a member of the
Non* so competent as our
sisters of the A tt ’ y at L aw A N otary P ubu
;es. «»nt «ff the *Pi5t jM»puiati«»nof thr Order is unable to attend
Rebekah degree tn exemplify the cardinal
Bnci&ets Prcniptly Attesici to.
lt<tiC0. assembt««! a( the call <»f their avocation, from Aickm or proVldeftilwi 4*< prepeut of the (Inter—“ love thy neighbor as
week, daring the thvnelf/’ In ic-pon*“ |o the behests qf this
jBrelL Iren, and made tbemtvdves known,
vid«M»is mM,. n‘»t a*« • .ntinm nce of anch disability, such benefits nobl« impulse they cheerfully leave the bow f-kPFICR—On* Door E».i of Perl 'iffloe,
s. The* five humble w,(f.
mi.T I* II xh I Lv hw. from the funds of ers of pleasure to visit the conch of the ■ '
lu r in a distant Luid, tat
Hous«*, ( arriage, Sigu Wonhl rerpeetlullv annonne«* to fhia pnbhe
¿heart.« end sonta were •he izilc*. He ia vi-:te<1 by the officers and pained and suffering. to leave the company
'hai he bus open®d a Yankee Bazar, two donra
t of Od«l Fellowship. A|- .rem»*«« of hU Lodge, and proper attend of the joyous and gay to visit the abode of >
••*’ of Postoffice : nd is carrying thè fineet and
they were trancers to one another ant fumivtmd to ««(rb by hi« nek lied and poverty and w«»e. to leave the domestic circle Custer
H-< t«*d »fork <>f Candie», Rigira, Tobacco«,
!.<•,neral acceptation of the term, yet .ittt-nd to M h want*, it* o«ee d«*ath. he ii
. i e rnf >rt to watch through the
’< . in thè rny Al*», Stalionerv of all binda,
p.they were Brothers, and re d« rently buried at the expena* of th« Order ; Wity night ho«M; IQ Wipe the claruy death
Frame« badie»’ Work Boxe», Perfum
awl A£f£MBed each other as old an«i bia T’-mnim ar? f<»llnw«d to “ the hows® ap sweat fn>rn th« brow, or prean with balmy h now prepared to fumioh muaic für Pic Nie«, vir Winni lllr,
er -, Unir ( >il», A Ibi)«»«, Diarie», all virietieo
ird friMHde. bru.msu they knew the pointed for ail living." and the da«t ia hand the bounding pulse : to give the heal Celrfiration«,
on «hort notice and al r«*a
.»f pipe»- in faci a little of everything.
nplicit ©owtahHBr-e <r»ukl l»e r* poned in etjemthed »»n hi« grave by the hand <»f ar ing medicine, or speak calmness to the de tonable rata. etc.,
«ijortcvl n«<ic« «ml at the nnwt reaRonable
Drop in and «ee me.
other, and lhat it umrfefud n<»t what j rowing friendship.
lirious thoughts; to poor oil in the fl. ker-
priee«. Shop >n the old Banry buildiug on
But thia ir not the end of the dutiea of
e, or wlut ccuxrtry or
Third between A and ß Ate.
11. E. koRERTfly
H. S. MALONEY,
House, Sign I Carriage Painters,
Geo. G. EINGIIAM,
W. D. FENTON,
DR. E HOWELL
Littlefield & Calbreath
Provincial Prize Horse
NO. 1 SALOON.
Misses. E & N. Hendrick
Farm and Mill Property
Miller & Boweis’ Shingle Mill.
J. E MAGERS,