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PORTEAN» EE I’CTION —.
Portland baa passed another day of
travail. Portland has elected. Port
land elected lust Monday. She has
been getting ready to elect, for several
weeks. The issue has bee n in couise
of distil’a'ion all duriug the JVeu’«
“Luppens must go,” crusade and the
ttregonian’i knock down rejoinders on
behalf of “decency, and good order,"
etc. Hence, when we come to detine
the two contending sides, we have no
better lieadiqgs for each than those of
the “Luppens must go,” and the “de
cency ami good order" factious. And
in the contest “decency and good or
der” prevailed not. In fact it got
pretty badly left. And the Oregonian
is disconsolate. It lashes the ears ot
its sisters and it's cousins and it’s aunts
and it trumpets their faithlessness with
quaking passion. It leads them grave
homines, and declares that nothing but
dynamite will ever awaken the sloth
ful to their duty. What a mercy it is
that this great Darius of all the Per
sians, the Nez Perces, Okonagans and
a portion of the Caucassians, is not the
exclusive agent of the dynamite secret.
Otherwise there would probably not be
spilled a living soul in the heavens
above or the earth beneath, that did
not bow in homage to the lordly will
of the Great Darius. He finds a good
deal to denounce concerning his own
allegation that “the whisky ring
bought and rejieated votes with open
shamelessness.” Of course every good
citizen will second such denunciation
when well founded. But when it
comes from so questionable a source it
loses very much of its effect.
Many who have read this have seen
the Oregonian mogul’s band writing as
principal gillie in as “shameless” a
sehemeof “bngingandrepeating votes”
as ever disgraced the history of any
country. His new found virtue in that
connection is just too ridiculous to be
respectable. The public generally are
aware of the fact that it was only when
the “whisky ring” began to disagree
with the “only paper” that it suddenly
discovered that there was so much dev
iltry in the “whisky ring,” and so
much virtue and loveliness in the cause
of “decency and morality.” Those
people who,upon principle, have stead
ily and faithfully upheld the noble
banner of temperance and righteous
ness never found in this now vehement
dynamite agitator a champion or a
friend until his sordid dignity is affron
ted, when he suddenly lunges into the
arena and with a braggart's flourish of
bogus virtue attempts to carryout his
scheme of revenge behind the lofty
name of “law and morality.” Simply
this and nothing more. The old story
of petty retalliation and mendacious
spleen for which the Oregonian has be
come notorious in its dealings with all
public questions. It is no wonder, then,
that in such contests he should “reckon
without his host.” Considerate men
who labor in a cause for the cause’s
sake, will hardly be whipped into any
man’s mania nor be used as a eats-paw
to be thrust into the coals purely tor
the benefit of narrow hatred and hypo
critical vindictiveness. As a very lit
tle worm can sink a lordly vessel, so
can one “llesliliest incubus” hamper
and neutralize the efforts of the best
cause ever devised by mail. Aware of
this fact, the common people of this
country will give dynamite agita
tors ample opportunity to complain of
their apathy whenever public questions
come to be manipulated for the side
beuelit of private malice and sordid in
F ather B lanchet B eau .—The Rev.
F. N. Blanchet, D. I>., Archbishop of
Oregon, died in st. Vincent’» hospital,
Portland, on Monday evening, aged SS
years. Father Blanchet was the pioneer
of ecclesiactic work in Oregon, hia his
tory in connection therewith dating lar
back to 38. Hia labors have liven pro
ductive of abundant good fruits, and
he goes to his rest amid the blessing*
of multitudes of devoted follow ers of
the holy banner which he so long up
held. But whether of his own branch
of religious faith or not, all who knew
him best, speak kindly to his memory.
Aud now the telegraph informs us
th it “Beil Butler is after Mrs. Leon
ard's scalp.” Ben is foolish. If he gets
Mrs. Leonard's scalp, it will probably
not yield him much of anything but a
good “banging.” Mrs. Leonard,by the
wav, has proved n match for B. Butler,
up to date. She squelches the Gov's
reckless statements, tight along. Of
course she could hardly be expected to
jibe smoothly with Mr. Butler: she’s a
member of the board of health, lunacy
L’. 8. Land Office, Oregon City, i
Oregon, June 8, 1883. '
Complaint having beeu entered at this Office
by George C. Belt against Mark Morris tor
aliandoning his Homesttad Entry No. 4375,
dated April 23. 1881, upon the 8 A of NE i A
N A of BE f Section 4, Township 2 8, R
in Yambill County, Oregon, with a view to the
cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are
hereby summoned to ap|»ear before J. E. Mag
ers. Notary Public at McMinnville, Yamhill
County, Oregon, on tire 17thday of July, 18.83
at 10 o’clock a. m., to respond and furnish tes-
tim-ny concerning said alleged abandonment.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
Pioneer Brick Yard.
FOB.—In Ohio it
Be it herewith known that I have this day established a
One Price Cash. Dry Goods and Clothing House
Thousands «>f Brick, of the best quality, will
be offered to the public by Tuesday, June 19th,
at the yard of
A. C. SAYLOR,
and am receivinj NEW GOODS in that line EVERY DAY, which are bought
Having secured entire control of the yard
formerly run by C. G. Saylor, the above named
proprietor starts out with the intention of man
ufacturing and supplying ibis public with
brick in any quantity, of a quality guaran
teed to be as good as the best, and at prices as
low us the lowest.
A suitable reduction to parties purchasing
Give tnc a call and see for vnurself.
A. C. SAYLOR.
I mportant to F armers .
Portland. Oregon» May 21 1883.
To our Airents and Friends: The
following telegram was received this
morning from Denton, Texas, which
says: “After cutting two days in short
bai ley and medium rye we have missed
tying but three bundles from any cause,
whatever. Are positive Binder is |xr-
feut. ^sigr.e I) \ onng, Case A Palm
er.” Yours Very Truly, D. M. O sborne
Ar Co, bv S. S. Burge, Manager.
The above refers to the New Osborne,
No. 11 Binder, for which. JL ilaird is
agent nt North Yamhill.
For Cash at Bedrock Prices
One of the chief pursuits of mankind can be
found at the new Boot and Shoe Shop, where
for a reasonable price you can get your Boot«
and Shoes made t>> order and Warranted,which
for Durability and Comfort caunot be equalled
elsewhere in Yamhill County.
Yes! Should you desire an easy fit
Of Ck>th, Calf. Kid or Kip,
Just call on Johnnie at. his little shop,
He will furnish you such ns you’ve never got.
No pains from corns or bunions felt,
They will give you comfort, ease and health,
No more with yielding form and tearful eye,
Shall people walk, if V0KE8’ Boots they try.
K:pii.-ing Neatly and Prcmpt’y Tone.
6LEEPI.E S NIGHTS, made miserable l>y
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the rem
edy for vou. Sold by ltog-rs A Todd.
Shop—Next door to McCarter <V Alderman’s
Carriage Manufactory, Trade Street, Amity.
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Ji. N. VOKEft,
Month. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
Anatomical Boot Maker.
A f vT’To-l >av.
F. HIUI.TNHR. Prop..
Corner Third and B streets,
New house! New furniture! unsurpassed in
the country. Rates—$1 to .$2 per day, accord
ing to room. Single meals, 25 cents. Lodg
ing, 25 to ¿0 cents, according to room. Board
.md Lodging, $4 co $6, per week. Fine Sample
R iorr.s and superior accommodations for com
Supper furnished Balls »nd
parties at reasonable rates. Give me a call
and see for yourselves.
FIX AL PROOF,
Land Office at Oregon City,
Oregon, May 23d, 18.83.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settlers have filed notice of their inten
tion to make final proof in support of their
claims and that said proof will be made before
the County Clerk of Yamhill County at Lafay
ette, Oregon, on Thursday Julv 12 1883, viz:
Win. D. Parker, Homestea«! Entry No 3120
for the 8 W 1-4 of S E 1-4, E 1-2 of S W 1-4 A-
8 W 1-4 of S W 1 4 of Sec. 34. T 5 8 R 7 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
said land, viz: John Veetch, C. H. Beeler, L.
Wright an<l C. Douglas, all of Willurnina, Yarn
hill County, Oregon.
Beg leave to inform the public that our business w ill be conducted upon the following systematic principles :
Sio<*ond. One Thrice to All
Cfiwli B jiwìm
All Goods are marked in Plain Figures.
Precixehj what thet/ are.
We shall keep only Good GOOtlti, and sell them to you j
We keep HO Books
[ Except Cash Book.]
We do not propose to pay you the highest market price for your produce, but shall pay J oil
Real Value, ami No More.
We believe in
AnurDTiciup tote!1 t,iepe°p'e°fth*.8townanJ
A LI v L K I Ivi IV U county what we are doing.
We have only to add that v e intend to do a
STRICT, HONEST, FAIR AND SQUARE BUSINESS
with everybody, and we think the proper TIMF. M AS CO.1IE to do away with the LOOSE CREDIT
BUSINESS, which is
Ruinous to Farmer and Morch.aat, in. th.e End.
We hope to receive the patronage of the public, which believe in doing business on a CASH BASIS,
The One Price Cash Dry Goods and Clothing House,
Groceries Crockery, Fanc.y Goods will be closed out at extremely low figures.
Charles II. Beeler, Homestead Ent.rv, No
34V2 f.-r the 8 W 1-4 of Section 28, T 5*S R 7
IMPROVE YOUR STOCK.
“ Len’me yer knife, pipe an* tobaccy, au' W, He names the following witnesses to prove
fumble yer pocket fer a match while I l«»a«l the bis continuous residence upon, ami cultivation
Mr. J. J. Henderson, has at his place, 5 miles
dudeen.” Which being interpreted, means that of said land, viz: Levi Wright. D. Parker, west of Amity, a thorough-bred Jersey Bull,
Charles Douglas cn«i John Veetch all of Willa imported recently from Los Angelos. Those
2 H. WELCH
mina, Yarnhill County, Oregon.
wishing to breed can do so by the season for
Hus bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars,
$5, due at time of service.
Tobacco, Candy and Notions which he propos
Charles Douglas, Homestead Entry No 3595
es to sell as low as is consistent with the
law of live-and-let-live. And having «et up a for the N W 1-4 ot Sec. 28, T 5 S R 7 W, lie
Is prepared to do slashing and grubbing with continuous residence upon and cultivation 01
soda pop and oranges for »ale under the Pho said land, viz: C. II. Beider, Levi Wright,
John Veetch ami D. Parker, all ot Willamina,
tograph Gallery at McMinn » ¡lie.
— The —
Yamhill Gounf.v, Oregon.
II. II. WELCH.
L. T. BARIN’, Register.
THE VICTOR MOWER
Great Strength and Durability
The onlv Mower munu'ac ured on the Pacific Coast.
FIX AL PROOF.
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
Now at the stables of
Notice is hereby given that the co-partner
ship heretofore «-xisting betwe« n A V. R. Snv-
<1> t 11 nd vV. II. Warren, as publishers of the
Y amuii 1. R fporteii , under tin* firm name 01
■‘ ii}«l"i <Sr Warren, has been this day dissolved.
Mr. Warren retiring. Tho btiBine.-a will l»e
•ntiiliiet.-d bv A. V. R. Sny«l«*r, who assumes
»be indebtednc.-« of the bite firm :in«l io whom
»it Hceounts Hut said firm uro «hie ami pava-
A. V. R 8XYDER.
W. II. WARREN.
M'CJiunville, Or.. June 1, 1883—<5.
HENDERSON & LOGAN BROS
Ml MIXNVILLE, OREGON.
“ J ersey C iiikf " No 1, dropped April 12th,
1877 ; sire, ■’Emperordam, “ Minnie War
P edigree of “ E mperor ”—! i Emperor” was
dropp'd Jan. 17th 1875; «ire," Emperor Bil
ly ,” dam “Oliven” by imported Neplunef 124);
grand-darnOlivea” (232); great grand-dam
■* Nelly Bly,”(229)—imported.
P edigree of “M innie W arren ”—“Minnie
Warren,” solid lawn, dropped March 5fh, 1874 ;
•ire, “ Beacon Comet,” 14th : dam, “ Princes”
4th. (2302;; grand-dam, “Princes” (761)—
FOR SALE !
imported by W. B. Dinsmore in 1868.
T erms —F«»r season. $5.
The undersigned offers for sale his propertv
HENDERSON X LOGAN BROS.
in Ilappv Valiev. The farm consists of 282
acres ; 200 acre.-« under fence : about 00 acres in
ultivation : good house and barn sn«i excel-
i- nt spring water. Also a fair flouring mill,on
• me <>f the best sites in Oregon. I will sell
this whole pr«q>erty at $15 p»*r acre—one-hall Í77O.
Ciiah down, the balance on reasonable time.
Enquire at the R kpoiitkh office.
Farm and Mill Property
Simple in Construction, Light Draft, No Side Draft or Weight
on Horses’ Necks.
Every farmer should examine the VICTOR before purchasing a Mow««
as it has manv points that make it SUPERIOR to other machines.
I also have the Improved
WAUTEH W WOODS
Mower and Self Binder—Something entirely new. Missing bundles is
the past. Will run one horse lighter than other Self Binders.
B. F. HARTMAN,
11 Vi» to |
L ight S olar T ransit .
I have h 11 the field note*
of the Public Survey« of
Yamhill county, and arn
prepared to «io First-Claf-
worlc on short notice and
W. A L. E. GURLEY,
TWOV, N. T.
Sappington & Laughlin
Grand < elebration
Wouhl call tho attention of the Farmer»/
Y»mhill and Wimhingtoii Counties, Io
that they have the agency 1« r some of th*
makes of Farm Machinery, among •b|f*
they may mention the
A« the nwncr nf the following p;nperty IS nt
in town and has no use for the same, he
•flerw it mi a Imrgain: One span <4 good Work
Horses; also a g«H»d Milch Cow, and a Cook
*’rove, in fair condition. For particular«, on
Nelson’s wagon -hop, McMinnville,
Or HENRY GEE, Bellevue.
E. E. GOUCHER, M. D.
W ho THKT
To Whom it May Concern
»•ROCLAÌI *TIOX !
R etribution .—X. I.. Dukes, the no
torious seducer anil murderer of I’nion-
towu, Pa., has gone to his deserved
Land Office nt Oregon Citv, )
doom. He wan shot ami killed, on
Oregon, June 14, 1883. f
Thursday last, by James Nutt, sou of Notice i« hereby given that the following-
Captain Nutt, who some months ago named pettier has filed r.i tice of bi» tinlcntion
fell a victim of Dukes' muiderous to make final proof in supj»orf of his claim,
iiyi that said pr«Hif will lie made before II. t -
hand. The end of the villainous assas rv
Warren, Notary Public, nt McMinnville
sin is generally hailed by expression Yamhill County, Oregon,on Friday, July 27th,
throughout the country as an act of 1883 viz : George F. Fend;ill, Preemption D.
No 372b for tl e SE 1-4 of Sec. 14 7 5 8 R 7
righteous vengeance. The story of S.
Dukes’ scandalous career and its con Ho names the fo!l«»wing witnesses t«» pros-
comitants are yet fresh in the mind of his continuous reddence np« n and cultivation
t -iiid itiid. v>z:
Chandler, H. J'u.th.
the render. Succinctly we recall it: A Iru.es
Elim-r and E. Lalmnte, all of Willami
wealthy scapegrace, by black-hearted na. Yimhill C<»untv, Oregon.
* L. T. BARIN’, RegisX r.
treachery effected the min of a sister
aud daughter ; then murdered her hon
ored father; then secured, by the use
FIX AL PROOF.
of money, upon a venal jury, his ac
uand Office at Oregon City. Oregon,
quittal of the charge of crime and
June 7, 1883.
was released to stalk the streets in
Notice is hereby g»v< n that the following-
hi* intenti >11,
shameless effrontery,braving the admo
» make final proof iu support of liis claim.and
nitions of public opinion which in its t 'hat
said prod will lx» nr tde before the ( «ittr«’;
indignation could scarcely restrain it flerk of Yamhill County at Lafav«tfe. On u«m.
July 2<». Ds3, yjz: Elijah Fox.
self from stringing him up to the first
Entrv N«». 3513 for the L«-t» 5 A f
post, and laughing derisively in the tlomes'ead
d for. s T. S 8. R. I W.
faces of those he had outraged and des lb* nnrnes the following witnesses to pmvr
troyed. Human endurance could not his continuous re^idenc»* upon, »nd cultivation
•f. said land, viz: Henry White, Ri. hard
be crushed to a lower extremity. Jus Phillip.
L<*vi Ri rinrit and Charles Alkn, al)
tice. there was none except in the mur jt Ami v, Yimhill G»untv, Oregon.
L. T. BARIN’. Register
derer's own mode. Ami in resorting I4»5 ’
to this there is nothing to censure in
young Nutt only that he did not do hi»
work before this. This sentiment is
voiced throughout the length and
breadth of the nation, as evidenced by
the messages of sympathy which pour
into the hands of the Nutt family, and Third M., ...
the bountiful contributions of means (On block east ot Planing Mill, two «l«»ors east
of livery stable,)
tendered to assist the slaver of Dukes
in his defense. Janies Nutt is in jail
W.H. BNCHAM PRO.,
awaiting biatrial in September, his of Carries n full «to k of Forniture. Carpets, Wall
fense not being bailable. No jury in Paper. Bird Cages. Baby Cnrri»gp«, Ac., which
he yells »t prices so r»a«.«nsble that none ran
thia nation will ever punish him.
Republican For aker: the Dcmof*
July 1th. I 8*3.
How. w. ». I I N IOX
Hcr. j. r. uoi.n:
O’yton Cornet Band,Lafayette Cho
ral Society, McMinn ville and Day
IL,« perin inpntJy located in «VcJiinnvide
ton Clee Clubs.
for the practice ««f hi« profession. All calls—,
day r-r night—promptly attended to.
PRIZES will lie awarded to the winners in
Office—One «¡«or east of Warren A Magen
th ; »Sack, Wheelbarrow and Three Legged
Races. A Ball and Bat to the best Base Ball
n ne. A prize for the best sustained character
in the II'WDebuvjiicm.
Grand parade of the Ilornebusquea in the
REAL ESTATE AGEXTS, ahemoon, under command of Gen. James
Repairing done in a neat snd subita Dial
SHERI DA 1C, YAMHILL Co , OREGON.
Valuable Farm Lands for sale in quantities
and on terms to suit.
Physician and Surgeon.
TÏJ. Southmayd Toner,
The Old Reliable,
la now permanently loented in the Brick on
1 hir«l Str« «1 nv»r the postoffice, where will
be found all kind« of
• r<-«h n<*a,a. Sn.i.n^r. nf all kind.,
■ Irad < toarw, , rr.h »Uh.Hal, nn,|
t,rl< d I'l.h. Ila«-«.,,, lliun., I.iric*,
llnurlr.ni l iif.,rtir Milla.
< hlrkena. &c..
In fact everything kept in a
The Westinghouse Thresher,
In fact all kinds of Farm Machinery'
FIRST CLASS W IRKUT, Hardware, Crockeryware, Grocer
All to be sold LOW, FOR CASH.
Give me a call.
W. J. G AHKISOY.
McMinnville, Oregon, «
May 21, IM3. f 11 m3*