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I„ <’■>1 t'liri.i T.vlor of our town ha. been
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A IfrUr iLÖÖiUM AL.
promoted by the Gov. to the rank of Ma jor
General of the Oregon malitia. A good up-
VTEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
poiiittneut and an honor to " Old Yamhill/
Published Every Thursday, at
1 ’ Money to loan on good real estate securi
Dll W, A. IB. MILLS,
G. G. BINGHAM.
OR I-GON of base ball between the “ Clipper«” of the
Campbell's Building. McMinnville.
rrairie and the “ Amateurs" of Wheatland,
’ & W-AJRlRZElSr. resulted in a score uf 41 to 28.
If you want the Bain Wagon, go to l.uncriirid A (osk’n. Amity.
If vou want the Oliver Chilled Plows, aiisizes, or the Cassidy Sulky Plow, go to
Suincefieitl A Cook’«, Amity.
Editor« and Proprietor«.
two weeks ago and received a severe cut
If you want the Moline Scotch ClipperPlows. both wood and steel beams; it you
Counselor at Law.
across the neck and several bruises on the want the old reliable Garden City Plows, allsizes, go to luiucefield A Cook’s, Amity.
If you want the latest and best improved Harrow, one that will fold up and will cut |)EPUTY OUNTY
head. He is around again.
MTBSCKIPTION hates .
Of fee--Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregon
k Notary Public.
any desired width, get the Rankey Iron Harrow of
l aim fleld A l ook, Amity,
Road Supervisor Hash has taken out the
If vou want the LaDow Pulverizing Harrow, 12 to 18Steel Discs, go to
jne copy pi'r ïear* in ft<lyanc®................ $2.50 poles
l.ttocefivld A Cook. Amity,
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
and is grading the lower end of Ferry
If vou want a first-class No. 1 Drill or Broad-Cast Seeder, get the “ Monitor” of
street to conform to the regular grade.
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
• «aucefieid A cook, Amity.
If yon want the Best, Strongest and Lightest Draft Mower, then get the Chanipioa
Dayton turned out in force to to make the
Lancetleirt A look, Amlt.v.
picnic a ’* gala day.” We wonder if Mc Mower,
For the best Hay Rake in the world ge toLiincefield A l ook's, Amity, and get the
Minnville will do likewise on the 4th of July. Tiger,
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
Sei ¡-Discharging Sulky Ilay Rake.
before the full moon, iu each month. Sojourn FRANK GILTNER,
Our streets witnessed an exciting runa
ing companions cordially weloomed.
way last week—Parker’s grey ponies broke
Harvester and Twine Binder,
loose from the rack and took a spin out the
gars kent for sale. When you go to Day tot
May 29, 1883.
road. They frightened Morten’s team, that
call and see Frank.
r. .-nd they joined
SPEAKS A; CO.,
Tinies are vary dull with all kinds of busi- ■'• *■ ' h.’tcl'i ii
ness The farmers have about finished seed in the race. Wrecks collected ; damages,
laincefield A C'ook,Amity.
in » but have not yet had time to look about nominal.
STERLING F. HARDING.
and see what next to go at, and as everything
Are we to take it as a compliment when We will put them up, give you full instructions and start them for vou—free of charge.
I den -nds principally on them, we will proba- “ Nat
We will warrant each machine to do No. 1 work and give satisfaction.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. CONVEYANCER»
I blv have slow times until they think proper the whole world and McMinnvillej and Day
x Real Estate and Collecting Ageut, and No
Good Work Guaranteed. Orders from tho tary
Public All work pertaining to this hue
We will keep on hand aFull Line of “ EXTRAS”
ton. too, was visible.” Perhaps he thinks
City aud Country so' icited.
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man
The Queen's subjects in our neighborhood his world (Lafayette) so dark and cheerless
and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All
did not forget their allegiance, but eelebrat- that McMinnville is the “ Sun” and Dayton for them. We will sell on time or for Cash.
work done with neatness and dispatch Head
the “Sliver Moon”—other worlds—that give
! rd the royal birthday in some shape.
Liinccf iel<l A Cook’s Amity.
quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
light to his.
For the Latest improved
I hoar of parties getting scratched by rus-
Att’y at Law & Notary Public. Oregon.
I tv binder wire and resulting in serious con- D. A. Snyder was elected W. C. T. at the
Buffalo Pitts Challenger,” Separators or Powers
I sequences—one from Dayton Prairie who is last meeting of the I. O. G. T.. to fill vacan
Office—one door East of Furniture Store,
1 now under treatment for erysipelas, brought cy caused by the resignation of A. C. Gowdy.
Lttnceiield A Cook’« Amity.
I On from a scratch on his hand by a piece of
For Straw Stackers, Grain Belts, CylinderTeeth, all kinds of Belting, etc., etc., go to
C om .
Wo have the Buffalo A Mansfield Steam Engines, Portable and Stationary.
Tho Judge says ** this must be a free trade
Sample Wugons. Plow
Drills, Mowing Machines, Hay Rakes, Met ormick Binders, Etc.
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
i country, and not a land of palaces and
— 1 hov-
May 29,1883. on hand. Please cull and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
from the best material and best workmanship.
ell.” How is it in free. trade England,
LAMCEFIELdD A COOK, A in it y, Oregon,
Mr. Buick, purchasing agent of the O. &
Painting and trimming done to order.
Agents for Knapp, Burrell A Co., Portland.
C. R. K. Co., secured 40 horses, amounting to
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
The hook and ladder house is all com over $4.000, which makes money a little
A7T0SNEY AT LAW AND NOTAS? PTOUC
and ready for the truck and other be- more plentiful.
longings of a fire company.
The Amity livery stable has changed hands
special attention |micl to Land Law and Ab
Lnst Saturday the Dallas Brass Band paid —Mr. Oliver Porter having purchased the
itine ts of Tit lu.
MILK, MILK! MILK!!
our town a visit. This is a good band, well interest of II. B. Tingle.
Money to Loan at all times.
drilled and splendidly uniformed, and make John Henderson has just received from
Coiluutions made at usual rates.
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo
as good an appearance and as good music as Los Angelos, Cal., a full-blooded Jersey bull.
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
any amateur band in tho Statu. They stop
from his farm to town and furnishing
II match has been arranged to run a foot
ped over night, attended a social dance at
À. II. HOWARD, 11 ».
the best of milk ut the most reasonable rates.-
Littlefield's Hall and returned home on Sun race here on the 4th of July, between Wm.
to be supplied with the article
Hurnphlet of this place, and James Johnson,
formerly of Denver, Cob, 75 yards for $25 a
W. G. DAVIS.
Several Newberg boys were brought before side.
Jwtioe Hembree, last'Saturday, on a charge
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
A boot and shoe shop has just been open
of disturbing a meeting, had a jury trial
attenti m given to diseases of Women and
ed in Aunty by J. N. Vokes, formerly of In
andcrare cleared of the charge.
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
dependence. Mr. Vokes is a line workman,
Some of our friends with wool to sell, are and we wish him success.
FENCING, Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
expressing themselves very freely about the
fall in tin price of wool, and the reduction of For the past week our sporting men have
the tariff that caused the fall in price, re been very much excited over a horse owned
ir. R. LITTLEFIELD,
ceives a goodly portion of the expressions. by Edgar Conner, which he was unable to
(uitcii. Hv Burch and Ed Getchell bought
Some one—a friend, no doubt—sent “Nat” the horse for $30, they to run the risk of
a very good likeness of himself done in chro catching him. Aftea a two days’ chase the
mo, highly colored an«l looking as much horse was captured in Independence. While
like “ Nat” as it does like tho Emperor of goino through Dallas the animal was recog
Russia. It is now on exhibition in “ Nat's” nized as the property of Mrs. Cooper, of that
c.ty. that had strayed away three or four
is now being manufactured al the
Tom Nelson says he lias the fastest trot years ago. Mr. Cooper came down yester
MIRUF.KY A M'KCIAI.TY,
ting horse in the county. Who dares say he day and the horse was turned over to him.—
The horse bears a bad reputation, being
has not ?
very much on the jump.
I hear of a Lafayette boy at tho McMinn
W. II. BOYD, HI. I> ,
Amity mechanics have recently received a
ville band picnic, who put in most of his
addition to their ranks in the per
time hunting a girl; but the girl wouldn't be valuable
SURGEON A PHYSICIAN,
son of Mr. Henges, late of Honolulu. Mr.
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
N at .
II. conies highly recommended as a carriage Located on the North Yamhill River at Western Oregon Railroad Bridge,
FFIOE—up stairs over Manning
Two an»l one-half Mile East of McMinnville.
Store, McMinnville, Oregon-
The young man spoken of in my last as
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
We are prepared to ship Lumber,
having lost the king bolt, is somewhat anx
All orders promptly filled.
men and Children.
ious to know how your reporter became ac-
Het dry and dusty.
If not in office, -an be1 found by enquiring
quinted with the mishap so soon after ns oc
oint on the lit O. and «V. €r. IlaUroaft^
at either of the drug stores.
Ed Lamsou's new house is about finished currence, being inclined to think that his To anif l*
P. 8.—Patients have the right to have tbeir
and presents a grand appearance from the companion gave the item. In order to disa
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
A Cood Wagon Road to the Mill.
road near Willamina.
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
buse the young man’s mind and do justice
Address all Ordes to
H. S. Maloney is going to build a large
two story house on uis tine farm, this sum him that your reporter learned the full par-
ticulars from tho gent's own lips. Yes, we
YAMHJLL LUMBERING COMPANY,
are ready to sip another glass of soda with
Roswell Bewly is up from Forest Grove, you. You should be more careful, for don't
visiting his many friends afc his old home.
forget that “ there's a choile among yetakiif
notes, and faith he'll give 'em away?’
Dr. John Field will move in a short timf
S hamus .
Has returned to his ol<l stand—up stairs in Si
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
M Grand Kunde Indian Agency.
J. E. MAGERS.
building—with a new equipment of
W. F. Lemon of Salem visited bis old
ulenaila tor his work, and is now prepared to
N otary P ublic .
N otary P ublic .
home last, week and every body was glad to
Dr G I'. TKkl R,
May 29. 1883.
see him. “Billyman" has scores of friends
Mr. D. J. Olds was in town one day last
t’ictiires of nil Kind..
week, also Mr. John Malloy and wife of La
Mrs. LougliAry spoke in Sheridan one fayette.
From a small size tin type to a large Cabinet
evening last week, on "Woman Suffrage" to
Please give me a call.
Born, to the wife of Rev. Mr. Edmunds.
a fair and atteulivu audience. She made a
! I Tl«- »
May 20th. a fine girl. Also to the wife of
Wm. Morgan, May 10th, a fine girl.
A number of teams were engaged las!
Another doctor is to locate here, from the
week in hauling rock off the hill north of
town for the foundation of Morrison and Grove; we will be well supplied.
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
Embree's mill and other teams in hauling
Laughing Gas administered for painless ex
Mr. Asa McKern returned homo from Farm Land«« of aU <da«we»« for Sale on F.asy Term
lumber to the sain«: plaurv
Will find it to
Portland accompanied by one of his school
1 toll you, it sounds metropolitan to hear mates last Saturday and staid over Sunday.
Also, Town Lot
the sweet voice of 1 lomer Parrish sing out:
Four of our townsmen took a spin up the
“herd's your ‘Daily Northwest News,' steam river one day last week ill search of trout;
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
To call at the above ttaloon.
ing hot from the press, full particulars of the the day not being favorable they relumed
great cyclone in Illinois, thousands of lives with only 90; but W B R is death on shiners Legal Papers drawn with Neatness, Accuracy and Dis- Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
I keep constantly on hand th« Finest Wines
lost and millions of property destroyed. and water dogs.
and Liquors for Family and Medicinal use.
Have oue sir ?”
JOHN ( MtWhl.L, Proprietor,
Mrs. Duniway. of the “New Northwest’’
DBVGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
The so called bridges on the road3 be lectured nt Laughlin'
Hall last Saturday
tween here and Willamina are in a very bad evening, and Sunday afternoon in the
«juditon. Some body wilt l>e mulched in church to a good audience, her lectures
(KMim A>|> TOBACCO.
■damages unless they are fixed, as an acci were liked much better this time than any
dent is almost certain to happen.
she has delivered heretofore at this place.
Proscriptions carefully compounded and
The sad news reached us last Saturday of
The saw mill at Willamina is turning out
lob of lumber. Mr. Churchman says he can the death of Miss Josie Buffington, so well
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
supply the demand.
knnfc-n in this county and Polk. She died
(Successor to M. Feker,)
in Eastern Oregan May 15th. of consump
Robert Me Kune has rented his livery sta
— BY USING THE —
hie to his two sons, Walter and Willard and tion. with which she has suffered for a long
Will make the season of 1883 at the Springer
they will take possession the first of June.
Farm I mile west of Amity at
The Dallas band, in their neat uniforms
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
We are informed that times are better and visited onr town last Saturday, and favored
ters, Wine«, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
collections easier made at Grand Ronde than us with some good music. Come again boys
§8 for the Season.
It will not crack, chalk or peel off, and best ot cigars, and tho justly celebrated San
for years. Quito a number of persons ar» you are always welcome.
Francisco Lager Beer.
settling in the Nestaoca country, some buy
GEN. GR ANT was imported in datn from
ing lands and others taking up claims and
The N Y Amateurs will play the drama en
Philadelphia, Pa . by Maj. James Bruce in
HARD ANI) GLOSSY FINISH
in purchasing their outfits for house keep titled ”L«»uva the Pauper." to conclude
1x76. Sired by Duke ot Wellington, Imp. and
ing and farming at Litchfield's store at with the farce “We are all Teetotalers.”—
sa:i.r ut\i» owned l»v Dr. Schncck of Philadelphia. His
Grande Ronde, considerable money is put Saturday evening June 2d. at Laughlin’s
• lain the fine butter cow September, owned by
i ; iss
Hall. Those who have seen this play know
m circulation and lienee the good times.
B E A U T Y
Maj. Bruce, of Cornelius, Oregon—made a
it to lie a good « lie: it has teen played on
of 24 pounds in 10 days al 2 years old.
«.r^f Gault, the correspondent of the the stage here bi fore. Admission 25 cents.
Its DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS i»
(Situated at the Depot,)
GRANT hi« proven te be a sire of fin«
‘Daily News” has been canvassing the High
freely admitted by all who have u«ed it. It h
milkers; his heifers sell for double the value prepared by trie union of Pure White I»ead. McMinnville, - *
lands and th« lowlands of Willamina and Crime everybody.
The whooping cough pr?vtils to quite an
of native cowh .
Goug«r Neck <s <»ti was last seen yesterday in
Oxide of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such propor
the hot sun in the dusty road enquiring extent in town.
Cows left in our charge will be cared for the tions as to chemically and permanently unite
T raveler .
** Indian villag -s on the Grand Ronde ♦
_ — __________
same as our own, with a reasonable charge for them. It is offered to the public as the
reservation. It is n.dd that he has learned
pasturage, only. Any cow not getting with
^rilB HOTEL IS FinST-<'LA«R In every par-
that Wapato Dave is dead and that he is
Best Paint Ever Produced
call may return, free, at any time as lung aa
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dy«pepaia and
■ ticular, being furnished with all modern
g»»ing to b« appointed Chief of the Wapato Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’« Vital u « t in guaran-
the bull is in present owners’ hand. Care
appliances, and setting lH»fnre its guests only
will l>e taken, but no re«tmnsibility for acci THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR. tne best the market affords.
e»d to cure you. 8old by Rogers A Todd.
Sample-room for th« especial aecoaitncdaHc
lam informed that the Gran I Ronde and
Sand Like Wagon Road will be finished to
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
ANYONE can apply it .
of Commercial Men.
bde water on the Nestucca River by the 5th th«r. terrible cough. Shiloh
Core i. the rem
Remember the place- at the depot.
**June. Rev. Wm. Butt will keep the h >- »1 >• for too . Sold by Rogen A Todd.
'H At th« terminus and John Knifong and
will furnish boats and skiffs for the
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned A Large Sipjly Alwt/i Oa Hand, at
SHILOH S CATARRH REMEDY—a p< s-
4nd provide pasturage for the hors/fl.
have been duly appointed by the County Court
work «rf the road from But’•nite tn the it.ve cure forCat^r^, Diptheria and Canker
of Tillamook County, Oregon, Administrator«
B. F. HAR rW.lV’S
ooMn i> a»MDg pushed with energy, the in- Mouth. S«»l<i by Risers A Told.
of of the estate of R. H. Renshaw, dweased. All »m3
to have it finished by the 4th
CkTKRRH CURED,h»»:th »nd 8»e«tbr»«th
all kinds of
Hereby notified U» present the same with the
TIIK FINEST RAWKD BMINULEa
Q®’te a number *
of pleasure seekers have Mvuo-d t.v Shiloh'» C»tarrh Remwiy. Price
proper vouchers withi i six months from the
•▼«r made in tbi. «Mtion »r.
into the inew stains fiahin-r ano hunt 5« c-nta, N»ml Injector free. Sold by Roger« Carriages and Blacksmith date hereof, to the undersigned Administrators
at Lincoln, Tillamook County, Oregon.
Having Fresh Cow«, I am now prepared U
This notice is published by order of the Hon. furnish ’ne Beet Milk at the Lowest Living
M. K. Perrin, Judge of the County Court ffa’es,delivered either night or morning, or
"FACK.MF.TACK * • l*
«ting «nd fra gran
for four consecutive weeks in the twice a <Uy, rf desired. Milk separate fron,
( bean as the cheapest and good as the bast.
irrfurw. Price 2i »nd 4» cents. Sold
»ne cow, when requested.
Y amhill R eporter .
Look at them.
May 29, 1««I.
May 2nd, 18
Apply at my re» d*ace m McMiünvill« ; o»
Enquire «f F. W. REDMOJCD, Agant, al
♦ Si *• R. Morten
» u c
J. C- BEWLEY,
on a fi ui|»
all orders left at the Postoffice will be prompt McMinnville, or of
to Hond ,fiver.
For Lame Back. Side or r’>e«t ana ‘ Shiloh’s
J. L. S tarry , >
ly attended to.
Price 23 cents. Sold by Rogers
MILLER A BOWERM.
At Amity, Or.
I. T. M u lsey , j Attys for estate.
Pof. B«ker » b 1 Mr». F. A. Hill ar. in £
To the Farmers of Folk and Yamhill
H. S. MALONEY,
House, Sign 1 Carriage Painters,
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
W. D. FENTON,
DR. E HOWELL
Littlefield & Calbreath,
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill,
WAHREN & MAGERS,
Beal Estats and. Insurance Agents,
McCarter & Alderman.
J. I . CASE’S
Pure Blooded Jersey Bui,
NO. 1 SALOON.
Beautify Your Homes
STAR MIXED PAINT
Hoosier Ifay Rakes,
Wagons and Buggies.
Good, Fresh Milk!
Miller & Bowers’ Shingle Mill.