% oli ni: ma \<r o iruixxviLLi: THE REPORTER. ----- O------ fublishad Every Thursday, at : M c M innville K Y SIN' VD KLR & W\Æ origgn KLEIST. Editors and Proprietors. I,ocal Correspondence. LArAWTTB May 8, 1883. The laflt week was a sorrowful one with a large part of'our commuuity. Mrs. J. E. Hembree, who had been for a long time suf fering from consuniptioii, died at the resi dence of her mother, Mrs. 0. B. Carey. Her | death occurred at about 3 o'clock on the morning of the 5th iiist., aged 26 years and about 3 months. On the same day at about t o’clock m I ho afternoon, Mrs. Rachael I Hess died of typhoid fever, in the 32nd year; of her age. Both ladies were monilieis of the largest and most highly respected fami lies in the country, and both natives of Ore I gon and much esteemed. Mrs. Lucy Hem bree's funeral took place from the M. E I Church at 11 o’clock of the 6th. and that of I Mrs. Rachael Hess at 3 o'clock on the same I day. Both funerals were largely attended. M is. Hess was buried with the honors of the | 1.0. G. T., of which Order she was a mem- I her. W. D. Fenton's child was taken suddenly I sick in the early part of the week, but is now I getting better. Austin Denny and wile lost their new ■ born babe. May *kl. Two deaths in one day is something never ■before known in Lafayette. I James Townsend, a lawyer of Dallas, was ■in town last week. I Dr. J. W. Watts is back again and nicely jpettied ill his old home. It looks kind of Kiutural to see the Drs. stalwart form strid ing along thu streets of Lafayette, again. I C. E. Thurber and R. S. James, of Amity, tdr.qqied in to shake, one day. ■ John Mott, of Dayton, was »ip to pay his |rdd ataiuping ground <i visit. John don’t So<»k as if married life was hurting him knuch. ■ Mr, Henry Hopkins, formerly of this place, has returned and started a boot and Mhoe shop. ■ Mr. John Shults, of Amity, came down last week and filed his first papers for citi zenship. Me intends to take up a home ■01 id somewhere in Oregon, and then get a fmuale woman to help him live on it. ■Smith Allen and Hon. C. H. Burch “pump- ji " a fviiow's arm a little while, yesterday. I'l'he two Indians brought from CorvulJis Mid lodged in this county jail for a day or Ju-» were taki n by thu Sheriff of Tillamook hinty to that place, yesterday. Claud Ferguson is back from school. He to stay all summer—or till after harvest, N at . 8H8RZDAN. ! May 7,1883. L'( ircliants complain of dull times. ■Health was never belter, ■T'he second crop of mumps liave made itlieir appearance. Rrije whisky license has been lowered to t- I per year and thu saloons are booming Hr*"1* ^I):. Todd, a dentiivt. has located her and cahi be found ut A. B. Faulooner's Hotel. ^Bkliss Emma Bogue will start in a few days toGhg Nestucea to teach school. randmother Mendenhall was jwt ex pelled to live last week but she is some better no Dr. Mendenhall, her son. who lives at H i i'iabnrg, carue to see» her. Shu is between ímj < ity or eighty years old. ( York on the Morrison <*¿ Ernbrec mill race ■ d ros|M*ring satisfactorily. Seven b ams and lif * -n hands are at work. * *uis Shortridge has not been to Sheridan ne tiler was his arm lacerated from elbow to ■ adder. The bullet went straight through tb| arm. breakiug the bone and passing ^^irnd it and he w.us getting along well at L accounts. Ir. Tyler Smith, who went to Philadel- I« B about ten months ago. graduated in licineand has returned to Oregon and Io t-d in Portland. lie item in the R epobteu that $1 25 per I WR8 being «»fferetl for t<* A<»rk OB [Ballston mill race is news up this way. here is no such race being constructed Í we are aware of. be tide of immigration has not reach«! ■ B in thi« section though llie same quality Ind is from five to ten dollars cheap r Bure than lower down the valley. k’ . ■ • . i prill not r- turn, H el #11 on ■county court appoint a Constable for * Rere was a fair attendance at the neck fc last 8 turday nighl to raim fvndB ■rpt-1 the aisles of the chapel. irk M.-niin. who went to Tacoma to re ft during tbe rammer hasretumed md I I r I Band are getting quite uneasy at the ■continuous showers. he water fr<»m Morrison and Embree*« mice will ff»w into th« Yamhill river op-' ■e C..pt. Lafollett’s offide. «» icebox , io , iss » We met Mr. Chas. Messinger of Sheridan about pigs, cows, indebtedness etc., and as in town one day last week looking well; he we had but “little” to fear we answered like a little man. reports his wife has been quite poorly. Whalens are clearing some new land pre Mrs. Win. Thurman returned home from Illinois last Monday, aooompanied by her paratory to breaking and seeding vet this spring. niece and brother. Mr. Dyer. Neighbor Berry was passing through Belle Mr. J< iseph Barton, formerly of this place, late of Eugene, is in town. He talks of vue precint a short time ago and was re coming back to Amity to reside, having sold quested by one of the denizens to tell “Hig. H. Lander’’ to give him (said denizen) a his farm near Eugene. •’boost” in his next week’s items but Berry Jerod Rollins has purchased the Harrison had been to town and couldn't tell us wheth property and is preparing to move in soon. er we. were expected to “boost” the trotting R. W. Phillips has taken a spin east of the ’ horse” or the anti-Grover wing of the De mountains, to look after his sheep aud mocracy. Now neighbor, come out square Republican or with a good draught “hoss” horses in that section. and we will stay with you. We think thu Mrs. Hattie Sherman and Dr. E. E. former are both good but the latter far bet Goucher were married this morning and ter. took the train for Portland to spend a few Wilson killed a good sized bear yesterday.! days. Coyotes are destroying a good many lambs P. Y. McCarty nnd wife went out for a buggy ride yesterday and met with quite an m and near Gopher Valley. Why don't accident, nothing more serious however than sht-ep owners offer a bounty for scalps ? H ig . H. L andek . a broken axle. Our accomodating liveryman H. B. Tingle, NEWBERG. is always ready to wail on the traveling pub lic, ami will furnish you with as tine a livery May 7, 1883. team us you can find in the country. Road work has begun in some places about here. We see that one of the trustees of the Baptist Church has tried to explain through Most of the farmers on the hills are thro' the columns of the R eporter , why the Band , seeding. of Ho|ie was kept out doors on Sunday the 22d of April. He says it is easily explained. Dr. Mills and John Victory who went It might be in his way of thinking. I think back I east last fall, have returned and report if Mr. fl. had thought more earnestly on this i that they are butter satisfied with Oregon subject lie would not have written the article than ever. he did last week. He says there never were any arrangements made for opening the . Julius Wiley, who is working near Mc is down home on a visit. church referrod to. 1 beg to differ with him, Minnville, ‘ the trustee being a member and knowing Riley Smith is expecting to move into one the workings of the Band of Hope. The ( of Jesse Edwards' houses to-day. leader of the Band at that time did ask per-1 They expect have the steam saw mill mission to meet at the church spoken of, ---- .- — r-— to ---- mid Elder E. K ush suggested that the Band ruui^ng in a few days, pay $1 a meeting. But mind you this was Remember the Agricultural meeting next never pomised by the Band. We learn that ¡Saturday ! afternoon at Jesse Edwards’. the sexton tola the leader, “that money The Social Temperance meeting held yes mode no difference that he would open the church free of charge*’ which they did for terday afternoon was well attended and the two or three meetings which was no more most of them that were on the programme than right. As for paying as we go. for oil, were present and performed well. The fol- cu , I . believe tuvuv.uu.uHLj », to B. lowing persons were elected as officers for wood, etc, the community uvij helps pay the sexton their share of his yearly sal-! the next three months: President, John arv as well as the church or at least they are I Reese ; Vice President. Miss lloxie Heater ; forever at the outsiders for luicvvi poking <i a paper tn inr uumiuria tut J Secretary, John Jessup ; Treasurer, Mrs. S. assistance and 1 presume all do their duty.— Therefore, tho trustees have no right to com I Thu following are the officers installed for plain. We think it time that something 1 the ensuing term in Newberg Lodge No. 302, ought to be done for the good of the young II. O.G. T: NateS. Wiley. W. 0. T.. Miss growing up in this community, while those ¡Lillie Smith. W. L. H. S., Miss RoxieHeater, who should be their leaders make it a rule to i W. R. H. 8., Mrs. Bade Smith. W. V. T.. visit the saloons, and the superintendents of ! Julius Hodson, W. S., Miss Maggie Ingalls, the Sunday School make a regular practice i \V. A. S.. Richard 'Vilson, W. F. S.. Miss of doing their trading on Sundays before or | Ellen Duskin, VV. F., Miss Maranda Hadley, after Sunday School. 1 feel fearful to speak i W. C., Miss Minnie Hoskins, VV. I. G., Levi of this but 1 have seen it—and could say 'Smith, W. O. G.. Fred Olds. P. VV. C. I.— more but for the sake of Christianity will re We expect to elect our delegates at our next frain from saying anything further. meeting, to attend the Grand Lodge, which is held at Astoria, commencing on the 19th of June. 1 hope our lodge and all other lodges in this county will send good workers NORTH rAMHIjL.L. and elect such persons that are most apt to May 7th, 1883. go. Dear brothers and sisters let us have Burn to the wife of Wm. Meaner, a line every lodge in this county well represented son, Alay 6tli. lit the Grand Lodge and let thepi know the state ami other places that Mrs. Kate Lake came home from Portland throughout we are in earnest in the work. 1 would like last Wednesday. to ask thu correspondents of your valuable Dr. Hammersmith went to Portland last paper, to please publish names of delegates. Saturday to attend the Evangelical Confer Mrs. Dr. Jessup was improving finely, till ence. last Saturday, she took a back-set and is Don't forget our Band of Hope meets quite poorly at present. cvej-y Sunday at 3 p. m. Mrs. Olive Winters is quite poorly, being Miss Carrie Carr aud Belle Couch of Carl oonfined to her bed for several days. T eetotaler . ton were in town Sunday, Mr. John Roberts of Portland stayed in town over Sunday. Mr. Thomas is building a nice little barn on his property. Mrs. Zilpha Kellner retarned last week from French Prairie. Miss Anna Burton has a new #600 piano, and ’J'. M. Laughlin has a nice organ. Mr. Ed Long of French Prairie, was oyer so see his mother Mrs. Win. Ball, last week. Mr. David Long, who has been visiting his daughter for some time, returned home, to Portland last Thursday. Messrs. Henry and Ma reelin Griner, Newt Daniels, — Blackwell, all from Tillamook were in town last week.. Mr. H. F. Bed wall js improving slowly; he walks to the store almost every day. Mrs. Giltner, of St. Helens, was in town the past week on a visit with relatives and friends. Rev. II. C. Morgan, went to Portland last week as one of the executive committee to the State Holiness Convention to arrange the camp meetings for this year. Our young blacksmith. W. went to Mon mouth to-day to see what is wrong with the (J. S. Mail. T raveler . THE HIGHLANDS. April 30th, 1*83. The Highlands are putting on their Sun day clothes. Grass has finally made a good atari ; so lias the fattening process on the ribs of the bovine. Stevenson returned home about two weeks ago in a weak conditi« n, but has improved a great deal since. Neighbor Starr Southmayd of Gopher Val ley, now has a countenance that beams like a ’’Htifr” of the first magnitude. A fine new boy is what's tho matt or. Our mistake abopt the subscription plan lot raisin,' a buiktiAff fund f\?r tpe (joviiHr Valiev school house; that plan seems to have been almost a success but a meeting is now proposed to vote a tax ; however we think there is pluck enough among the solid men <*f the Valley to insure the building of a new school house soon. Success to you neighbors in all snch worthy projects. It is with deep regrpf we record the death hf Wilson Agee, which occurred on last Tues day evening. Deceased has ever borne the reputation of an upright and honest citizen, and at the time the little tumor on his face which proved to be the beginning of a terri ble and fatal cancer began to make inroad« on his system, he was engaged in clearing out in the upper part of Gopher V alley a little home for his family. lie died at the home of his father. Uncle Isaac Agee, and his remains were laid at rest in the family burying ground. A wife and five children survive him who have the symbathy of nu merous friends and relatives. Our neighbor, F. J. Steward, received the sad intelligence last week, from W. T., of the death of a sister. Neighbors Scott and Fristoe are each pre paring to summer fallow some foul land this summer. Come to think. Stevenson. Whalen ar»J H.»uthmayd have th»? same plan in view. WHEATLAND May 7,1883. Items rather scarce around this burg, at the present time. Base ball has broken out again. A new club was organized last week called the Am- ateuurs. Yesterday they played a game with the old Occidentals, which showed their name to be very appropriate, for they were* beaten by a score of 21) to 7. So look out, all ye base ballista for a challenge, for prac tice makes perfect, and that is all they lack. With base ball the measles have broken out here, with some friends of M. B. Hen dricks, just on from the Last Iowa, I be lieve. Mr. G. Michaels’children have them, and Smith Stevens' family are down with the flame disease. Mr. L. C. ('. Tupper's daughter, Leona, has been very sick with typhoid fever. Dr. < >dell is waiting on her. Everything is favorable for her at the present time. Assessor Hendrick was at home Saturday and Sunday. He reportfl as getting along in good shape with his assessing duties. Our school is progressing with Miss Laura Winters ns teacher. Farmers are mostly through seeding that is on bottom lands. Some on valley lauds have a hard time to keep their land dry enough to see. this wet weather. Mr. D. Kirkwood is preparing to put out a new hop yard of about 5 acres, neat the river. • V eteran . *>¿50 PER ANNUM, DR. W, 1 ». HILLS, (V'EICE at F. A. Hill's Drug Store, Dayton. Oregon. «tí. IJEPl’TY OITNTY Notary Public. 11 If AND Counselor at Law. Offer—Mieri<lmi, 1 multi 11 Co., Oregon Mxeridiiii, Oregon. Particular attention given to Conveyancing Culler ting, Buying and Selling Real Estate. House, Sign 1 Carriage Painters, STERLING F. HARDING. Ylc.flimivillvq Oregon« ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER, Real Estate and Collecting Ageut, and No* Good Work Guaranteed. Orders from the City and Country s j'iuited. 13-ltf. tary Public All work pertaining to this line attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man ufacturer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All work done with neatness aud dispatch Head quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville, h9t Att’y at Law Public. Oregon. Geo. G. BINGHAM, & Notary Office—one door East of FuKniture Store, Pi A MUTCHLER, llc.viinnvilie, Oregon, X 12-34tf. Dav tun, Oregon, Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made from the best material and best workmanship* Painting and trimming done to order. AND NOTARY PUBLIC General Blacksmith and Repairer. Horse-shoeing a specialty. 27tf W. D. FENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON. Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab stracts of Title. Money to Loan at all times. Collections made ut, usual rates. 29yl. I MILK, MILK! MILK!! The undersigned wishes to inform the peo ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing A. D. HOWARD, H D. the best of milk ut the most reasonable rates.— Those wishing to be supplied with the article Phiimcitui unti burgeon, at once cariMo so by leaving orders at the Pos<- office. W. G. DAVIS. 40tf. Office in Garrison’s Building —Particular attend m given to diseases of Women and Children. All calls promptly attended to. Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s, DR. E HOWELL. 11. R. LITrr.KriBLD, M. Littlefield & Calbreath, I’lij<>i<'i'in* and Surgeon* tMBMOEaK» Lafayette, Oregon. M KGKIIV A SPKCIAI.TV. McMinnville Brewery ISIDORE ERTLE, M’Minnville, AMITY, OREGON Are Selling American Brini» for 5 cents per yard ; Fine Amoskeay Ginnhaiii.» 12 1-2 centsf sortii 18 cents/ ¡•'ine WashinytoH. t'ashmere, If. 2-3 cents, worth 25 cents ; - P ro . Orfico» W. HI. BOVI), M. D, SURGEON & PHYSICIAN, Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter. AH orders promptly filled. ltf M’CAIN & HURLEY, .ITTOSC.Vi: YS,1T f,.f If, ' " Store, McMinnville, Oregon* Particular attention paid to diseases of wo men and Children. If not in office, ?.an be found by enquiring Bt either of the drug stores. P- 8.— Patients have tho right to have their Prescriptions filled where they choose. nnd latf iiyelte, R. SHANE, moron r a p her , ... Office- -.Jail Building, up stairs. lias returned to his old stand — up stair« in Si monds* building with a new equipment of uteueils ior his work, aud is now prepared to take Pictures ol all Kind«. Krom a «nodl «iza tin-type to a large Cabinet I’k-iiH-give me a eell. .Ulm«. Fine Australian irurth 35 cent» ; IkllHM ll.l.i; Inch Cash in ere* 30 ecntsi Wurth 40 cents; l^-inch Cashmere—all wooly 5 worth 75 cents OREGON mioojy . Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick. Laughing Gas administered for painless ex trading. FRANK 2k. HILI*, Take« pleasure in inviting the attention of th» public to his new aud fine slock of Will find it to YOUR ADVANTAGE To call at the above Ha loon. I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines MEDI • nd Liquors for Family and Medicinal use. 52- loch worth Ladies' I'ancij Hone in Endlruii Va- rieti/, al 16 2-3 cents a pair / DRUGS, STATIONERY. PATENT CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL DOORS, CIGARS AVI» Prescriptions carefully Ladies’ Fancy Goods Ile<Ineed Rates Mcn S and Boys' Will stand the ensuing season, commencing April ............................................. 1st and ending July Dt, 1883. 1RR3 at Mr Minnvillr Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays Wednesdays at Amity ; Mondays and Tues days at Sheridan. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, OEM KIPTKIY : HATS k CABS MILTON is a bright bay, foaled in IMS and Furnisniny Goods, at 16/4 hands high, and is pronounce«! by com- PORTLAND PRICES Country Lain vette Oregon. / jFFIOE—un stairs over Manning's Tin ¡•’¡in Blaid Suitiny, 20 cents. worth 30 cents ; Provincial Prize Horse MILTON V EGOTIABLE ............. : INSTRUMENTS bought. *• Monev Money to lo loan on good real estate securi- Apply to G. Q. BINGHAM, »y* Campbell’s Building, McMinnville. IHÌ IOX SALOON Ilegular meetings, Thursday evening on or belòre the full moon, in each month. Sojourn FRANK GILTNER, - Proprietor ing conqianious cordially welcomed. H. P. ÂOtl. The best brands of Liquor«, Wines and Ci • gars kent for sale. When .you go to Dayton call and see Frank. 19tf. itive eyre for Catarrh, Diplheria and Cankei Mondi. Hold by lingeri A Todd. Xs at IXaxxd. I SURVEYOR J CHARLES LAI’OLLETT, H. S. MALONEY, Ladim Fine />> 1bri<jan Z7«w, ut charges reasonable. SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY- a pos 25 rents, worth 50 cents. Till. rJTliis TNotice I p.-tent judges, coupled with public opinion, ts ixj one of tbe best Road and Car riage Stallions. B> rEDK.RFE : He was sired by How’s R«»yal George, dau ■of \*- by old Harkaway, the imported Irish blood horse, G. D.. by Fox Hunter; How’s Roya ■Hyde, who moved on the John Cain George by Fields’ Royal George : dam of How’» fti fall, ha« moved back to town into Itr Morgan*.« house? Royal wa sired by the celebrated borne States man, Fiehls’ Royal George dam, the celebrat ■H r Graves is able to walk amend f e<| Erin mare. sir»-d by Erin, he by Sir Henry ft ’i-i his many friends are anxioas to 2.2*7; G. D. by Grand Turk, bn-d by Georg* mm in town. McKinley. Oakville. C. W., owned by W A | 8. D an . Fields k Co., of Buffalo, N. Y. Fields’ Roys (¿enrge was sired by old Royal George, he In AMITY. Black Warrior, be by Tippn, he by Ogden: Amity. May 7th. 1*83 Messenger, he by imported Messenger. lie Bettie Hetuk rson ia «till very low. TERMS :—By the season, flO, payable a tbe end «d season. Single service, $;», pavr- Chinn measles are in town, bleat the time of service. Insurance, <15. * Charles Ware, of Portia nd, is in town fmyable when mare is known to he with foal I Daddy a nJ Jbnny N» well are buitding a All rare will be taken to prevent accidents ig her mother. Mm. Clark. picket fence around their yard. but will be responsible for none. J*. J. Armstrong of Sa’em and Mrs. J. A. FR18T0E. i Welch, of Portland bnve been in town Depotv Asaeasor Phillips called on ns last McM., Apr. —4tf. Proprietor. week. He a*.ked u« *’in* leading qmwtiona IM week visiting friends. I may tsiiksday Produce McMinnville TOBACCO. compounded ano NO. 1 SALOON. Misses. E & N. Hendrick C. W. HULERY, Pro. (HuOTMnr lo M. Feker,) I bird M., Fino Milinery, earner Third i D Street:, McMinnville, Oregon • - IKeMInavIlle, Or. The be*t Spiritilo!!, and Mail Liquori, Bit- Winea. ole., thè market« aiford. Alao, th. -M-.t ol rigar«, and tho ju.tly celebrateli 8an franavo Lager Beer. iæHTSÀi HOTEL (BituaM at the Depot,) Sh.in.glc3, Sh.in.glo3 ! TUB > IXIFST MU I II Kill51«.|.EM ever made in thin section are now being nian ufactured at Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill. Chetn a« the rheaj>est and good as the beat Look at them. Enquire of F. W. REDMOND, Agent, a> McMinnville, or of Amlor.T MILLER k BOWERS. lor Goods, J. B. ROHR, House, Carriage, Sign (U Market OTHfinienlal 1‘iiinlrr. and Hr viinnvillr, Amity, Jan 21», 18-2. >011X1 (MIWELL, Proprietor, ... Ore<«ii. Painting done in the nrsfost style, on th- « ho r test notice and at the mo-rt rawinabb ?rice« Rhop in the obi Bea’-y building or bird between A and B Sts. 6tf. McMinnville, • - Oregon« I.. II, COOK, Prop. JMIK HOTEL IS FIRST-« LAAi In every par- 1 flemur, »wing furnished with all modern »nnliHfH e*. and nett in« before its gnenta only rhe Ixjst the market affords, • rnple-room for the eepecial accommodation of Commercial Men. Remember the place- at tbe depot. II. !•'. RoÌM-rt*oii A.wld reapertfully announce tn Ibis public hit he has opened a Yankee Bazar, two door« ••at of IWofficc and ia carrying the fineet and -e-d «elected stork of Candiea, Cigar«, Tobacco#, •tr., in the eicy. Also. Stationery of all kind«, I’irture F re mea. Ladies* Work Boxee, Per fam •riee, Hair Oils. Albania, Dtariee, all varieties •f pipes in fact a little of everything. Drop in and tee me. H. E. BOBF.mOM.