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the reporter .
Published Every Thursday, at
M c M innville
ou igo N
McCarter & Alderman.
A. V. R. SXTVIDETÏ.
Editor ami Proprietor.
One <*opy Per year-,n “dvuuce...............
No Indian Agent before brother Sin not ev
er thought of demanding tribute from the
whites for the high privilege of p acable
traveling across the reservation.
Alfred Huston came near losing his life
last Friday, by die caving in of the dirt of a
pit he was sinking for the waterwheel of the
nouring mill, lie hud the pit about twenty
bye feet deep when the curbing gave wav
and in a moment he was covered by the dirt,
but three men sprang to his assistance and
had him uncovered soon enough to save him.
He is badly jammed and bruised but is able
to be around.
F.ve’-ybody is signing the petition to have
1 . B. Siiinot, Agent at Grand Ronde, removed
tor stopping p - ts - hi i from oro ising th • n m i I
vation, or purchase a “ permit” from his In
There will he a ball given bv the mill hands
at the new mill, Friday.
Mr. S. C. Foster has gone to Michigan by
way of the N. P. and will return witu his
daughter, Reua, this fall.
Say, Mr. Sinnot, don’t yon think \ou have
set your "colter” just a little too deep. 1
Mrs. Gardiner's mother is vi.-.itin^ with
Mr. Geo. Epperly’s mother, of Portland,
is visiting him.
Mr. Bogue, of Illinois, is visiting his broth
er, Daniel Boguo.who resides on James Be.v
’ all kinds of
Brother Sinnot and his Indians, will please
keep themselves inside the reservation lines •Cart itisi.wi and Rlml.ninith
or purchase a " permit’’ from the rogd super
visor or be dealt with accoi’itinguto lav. To
be scrams, tin- citisensof Manon, Polk and
Yamhill counties will never allow Mr. Sin
not to stop them from going to the coast or
peacably crossing the res< rvation without
paying tribute to a dirty Indian.
S. D an .
July 17, 1883.
Hay harvest w in full progress now and
gram harvest has fully coinmeuoed m some
luoafities, notwithstanding that it is nearly
two weeks earlier than usual.
A •viessor Hendrix finished up his year's
eifthing will be ready for the board of equi-
in Portland known
as the Board of Trade, and thi.^ Board of
” raile aoeiua imprenned with the idea that it
owns and runs the State of Oregon:
Oregon ; It ia a
-- It l.mlrl o It held a meeting on the
9th, Vt which time they concluded to have
mortgage tax law repealed ; of course
oau ’t du
ao it themselves, but the Gover
nor would call a special session of the legis
lature and of course they would do it, just to
suit this brazen board of trade. But just as
they had the matter fixed, the " Oregonian”
jlep« in and magnanimously advises them to
let the country have a say. Yes gentlemen,
do let the country have a say, and I will pre
dict that say. They will tell you that yon
can’t blarney them with anv promise of low
•r interest. They will tell you that when
you could take 12 per cent you took it, and
made the borrower pay all expenses. When
you oould only get 10 per cent you took that
on the same terms, and if the usury law was
repealed you would take the Inst cent ; no
one ever knew a money-lender that would
not exact the full amount of flesh. And if
with the usury law, the tax on money was
repealed,-you would not abate one jot of tak
ing all you could got. They will tell you
that our tax assessment laws are very im
perfect and ought to be changed, but that
they are not ready to free money from bear
ing its «hare in support of the government,
and none but a very cheeky set of Shy locks
would think of asking such a thing.
The oountrv will hardly consent to call an
extra seasion of the legislatuie at this time
for any such purpose, and Gov. Moody will
hardly call one at the suggestion of this im
pudent board of trade ; certainly not for the
purpose of freeing capital from its share in
th« burdens of government.
An insane lady named Mrs. Robert Stnart
was brought before the County Judge Mon
day. An examination warranting, she was
sent to the asylum.
Mrs. Jesse Dixon 1ms been very sick for
several days, but is getting better we hear.
Judge Townsend of the "Register” received
a letter Friday requiring him an “Nat” to
take back, and apologize for, what they said
about the Nioholites, or there might be
blood abed. The Register will contain the
letter just as written, also the Judges apolo
gy. “Nats” apology will appear in the R e -
The “Oregoninn” says, in effect that if
there was no usury law und no tux on capi
tal that the rate of interest would be lower:
but nobody, not even th o “Oregonian” can
believe such a theory; in fact history proves
the contrary beyond a doubt.
N at .
Hoosier Hay Rakes,
Wagons and Buggies
July 1«, 18S3.
Hay harvest well under way and a large
¿mount is being aecared.
Some claim we will have a half crop, while
others contend we wiS have a full crop of
grain. The medium w, perhaps, about right.
^e are not in poaeession of Ml the facts in
regard to Agent Binnot’s attempt io collect
’acney from every person who goes on the
reservation, but we know enough to aataafy
E^.at least,has made a grave mistake,
■ore strife and ill feeling will be stirred up
between the whites and Indians, by the trib-
“te busineaa, than has been for twenty years,
tou what the outcome will be, no one can
I e . IL GOUCHER, M.D.
Counsciot at Law.
July lCth, 1883.
No rain yet.
Some early gown grain was cut last weak.
Apples, pears, peaches and tame blackber
ries are ripening.
Jesse Edwards is putting up a fine largo
Thos. Hadley is at Middl«ton, under treat
ment for cancer.
Most of those who haze been to the ooa/.t
returned lust week.
I wonder if some of the penitentiary birds
haven’t cot down in thia part of the country;
one day last weak some person entered tl
residence of David Wood and cook
on last Friday some one went through Sam
uel Woodward’s house, but nothing has been
Plenty of fun between the boy.» and the
The Mellow boys, while at the ooa*t. caught
two young bears * nd one fawn, which makes
them quite a family of pets.
C. W. HULLRY, Pro.
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
(Successor to M. Feker,)
Sì A V TO V S A LOO V
H . R. LITTLEFIELD,
J. F. CALBREATH,
Littlafield &. Galbreath,
¡’hysjerms and Surgeons,
SIRGIdtï A SPUCIALTY,
ISIDORE. l.RTI.E, Pi:o.
(Situated at the Depot,)
McMinnville, - - Oregon*
rpms HOTEL is F1KST-CLAS « in every par-
A tiouhir, being furnished with all modern
appliances, und setting betorojits guests only
the best the market, affords.
Sample-room for the espedial' aeromruodadon
Reinember the place- al the depot.
ATTOIINEY \T LAW. COXVEYANCEK»
■Cv- Real 1 i.irP au.i Collecting Agent, and Nc»1
tary Public All work pertaining to this line
altended to pnunptlv and reliably, .M ho , man
ufacturer and it pairer of Boots ami Shoes. All
work done.with neatness und dispatch Head-
»planers under odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
Boots and ISlioes
Lower than Portland price«.
NEW BILLIARD HALL
JB 0 33
A tt ’ y
The Purest Wines and Liquors kept constant *
l v on hand. Cigars of the best brand« aud oua
of the best Billiard Tables in the State, found
’ • ■ :
New Grocery and Provision Store
Just opened on
Third Street, two Doors East of
Everything in the line cheap for cash or in
»•Ncbange for country produce. Call und
examine goods and price«.
Feb. 21, 1882-2tf.
J. B. ROHR,
Business Promptly Attended to.
/"OFFICE—One Door East of Peat Office,
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
Laughing Gas administered for painless ex
W. A. FENTON,
sphabtk a . hill , Boot an<l Shoe Maker,
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
public to his new and line slock of
DRUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
Etc, in Yamhill County
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
House, Carriage, Sign
Painting done in the neatest style, on the
shortest notice and at the most reasonable
prices. Shop in the old Beary building on
Third between A and B Sts.
T. C. STEPHENS,
JEWELER & ENGRAVER.
A Special Attention
by the l‘nv,
/irsA(i given to
Week or Month.
ss r"u> ' a
0» ES -
It. DURABILITY an 1 CHEAPNESS i-
E.a lay clic,
freely adnntte.l by all who have use‘l >«. It b
nn-nared bv tne union of Pure Whito Load.
Oxide of Zino and Boilvd Oil in ?«ch prop.r-
lion« as to chemically and t-Tinauently uni«« AITOBMSY AT LAW AND NOTABY TVSLIC
W. li UOVI»,
them. It is offered to tlm public as the LAFAYETTE, - - - -OREGON.
W. D. FENTON,
Sl’ROEON & PHYSICIAN,
A Largs Supply Always On Bind, at
r a o t o a
Has returned to his uhi stand—up Mairs in Si
monda* building—with a n«w equipment ot
utensil.- for his work, an I i- m !»w prepare«I to
^aliaf action <. un ran tce<l.
ti the Brick Store, corner 3d and JefferBon St't
Watr/t Repair Ing and Job
bing a \'i>aiaJty.
Notice of Application to Purchase
I inter Odd Fellow»’ Unii,
U. 8. Land Office at Oregon City, >
Oregon, May 10, 1WJ3. |
Notice ia hereby given that A. fl. Bible,
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
j < f Yamhill County, Oregon, has made ap-
I plication to purchase the E. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4
land W. 1-2 ufN. E. 1-4 of Sec. 31,T4 8, R 7 W
Will, Mer., under the provision« of the Act of
1 Congrca», approved June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
Act for the pah- of Timber Landa in the State«
<»f California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
All adverse claim« to raid tract of land or
3lcIVIiun ville, Otegmi,
ny portion thereof, must be filed in th» U. 8.
Office at Oregon City, Oregon, before
I now prepared to furnish music for Pic-Nics,
Celebration«, etc., on short notice and at rea the expiration of sixty days from this date.
Given under my hand this 10th day of May,
«»nable rates. Address
A. V. K. S’WYI z.H. I.emlrr,
L. T. BARIN,
McMinnville, Oregon. I MIO.
B. F MARTMiX’R.
A. J t.OO .V
Hou.1 Sstate axkd. Insurance Agent»,
Will find it to
Tu call at the above
I k~p «Stanti, m. hand
nd L’quvra for Family and M
• <>si a < A**W « l I. I., I*i <»|>r h ier.
N otary P ublic .
WARHEN & MAGERS,
■ C» R
J. E. MAGERS.
N otary P ublic .
From a small size tin type to a large Cabinet
Please give me a call.
L aw & N otary P ubl C
Corner Commercial and Trade Sts.,
Having purchased of Mr. W. T. Newby' the Lafayette.
well-known McMinnv.I’* War. I «i>«H
Office—Jail Building, up «taire.
be prepar*! to store this season’s crop on as
John Walters was welcomed home from fsvoraMe term’as ran lx* don» in AfcMtna
a**)<nh oountrv, bv hie many frwod, a few ville, and «hall be ready at all times to pay
ST. <H HILL'S HOI'LL,
r MULTNER. Prep..
Cash for Crain,
are inarmed that about thirty person*
Corner Third and B streets, e
□o were baUted, badgered and made to pay at i»« n >c-‘. ’market value. U ill also be prp-
o*the privilege of erossing the Grand Ronde
Vf< -HI^YVIf f.7.
i •ery®tion ou their «ay to the coast at the pared to
N*w bouse! New furniture! un ir;>e*-e«l in
®2«<h of Salmon rivvr. received an order
the country. Kate4 -$l to 52 per d«y, a«'cor I
1.0»N **< K' TO »»««!«-.
the A eent at faletz to depart i mined i-
ing to room. Single rural«, 25 ren*’. L»wlg-
’•‘y or they wonld be ptgscku -? for tree- «nd forbid h«n «>11 rrqiire th* m -*’ retwiu iiig, S5 to 5‘* cent’, according to room. B aid
rd filled with trull, t<> n>r «»rehouee:
and L-ig »«. H m U, |^r week. Fine Sample
Young Coz ine. who had hisnrm am put a ted.
&>liciline a «bare <■« ynnr p,tr «nare. I «hall 55 m« anq *»q*;>» r •< •»’•in, I. , M
in reux. therefor endeavor < <>re eon «ai.- tnercial men. Supper furni’h*«! Ball’ and
parties at reasonable rates. Give :t>r a « ti H
H C Row«H aQ(j Albert Litchfield were in fertiM.
and tee f.»r jr ui ’elvr«.
M. M.unedle.« •' ' i.-"- 1‘ '
“ Leu’ me yer knife, pipe an’ tubacev, an’
Cheaper thau was ever offered in this city.
fumble yer pocket- fer a match while I load the-
I respectfully invite the public to call and
dudeen.” Which being interpreted, means that
examine goods and prices«
P H. WELCH
Has bought Harry RoberUoU’s stock of Cigars,
Tobacco, Candy aud Notions which he propos
W. F. BAFGAS8ER;
es to sell as low as is consistent with the
law of live-and-let-livo. And having set up a
BA1UH K ('ll tilt
Is prepared to d«j blushing and grubbing with
soda pop and oranges for sale under the Pho
tograph Gallerv at McMinnville.'
H. II. WELCH.
Lively, Feed and Sale Stable.
NOTAIRES PT BLIC,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
J. E. MAGERS,
HARD AND GI.ossY FINISH
Notice to Farmers!
A fino lot of
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
All orders promptly filled.
,i¡Sornet¡N at haw
M CAIN H l HURLEY,
. ittorxk iw ./ r law ,
.Great Reductions are made in
R AYISMIY A. IM VC h H All
!UcM inn Ville, Or.
I have all the field notes
ot the Public Surveys of
i \>r Huie !
Yamhill county, and am
and Buggies, made
prepared to do First-Class
Desirahie property in the town of Sheridan
work on short notice and fp m the b(v4 material and be«t workmanship. Yamhill
County, consisting of a blacksmith
Painting and trimming done to order.
L ight S olar T ransit .
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, bam,
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
W. A L. E. QUALE»,
lumber aud wood shed.
TROY, N. ».
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
CHAS. LA FOLLETT,
“HACKMETAl K.” a lasting and
MELK, IIILJa! WILK!!
perfume. Price 25 t nd 50 cents. Sold
er. A Todd.
The nivlersixned wishes to inform the peo
LOTS FOR SALE.
ple of McMinnville that he is running a J/ilk
For Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s Wagon from his faun to town and furnishing
Ponaus Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold bv Rogéis the best of milk at the most reasonable rates.— I OTS Nos. 1, 2’and 3, ir^ Block No. 19, Row-
land’s’addition are offered for sale at a bar
Those wishing to he supplied with Lite article
at once can do su bv leaying orders at the Posf- gain. Fine location near the depot—just east
of the residence of L. II. Cook, on the east side
CATARRH CURED, health and ■u-.-t breath otfice,
W. G. DAVIS.
of railroad track, on Third Street. The three
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, Price
lots will be sold for .$400, if applied for soon.
50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold bv Rogers
<3EOK€«E U 11.1.1% Jr.
McMinnville, May 24, ’83—lltf.
li E A I T Y
The stock formerly owned by George Ban-
gather A’Son will be disposed of
For Cash or Produce.
DR. E HOWELL
The best Spirituous and Mak Liquors, Bit
HIAM4 <»l 1/i'X'Elt,
Proprietor ters, Wines., etc., the markets afford. Also, the
ot cigars, and the justly celebrated San
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci
gars kept for sale. When you go to Daytot Francisco Lager Beer.
call and see Frank.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
A All TOBACCO.
Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. >«• «j>»tim
Prescriptions < .trefully compounded and neatly repaired.
All work and goods warranted.
ing companions «'ordially welcomed.
II. P. charges reasonable.
Sign of the Big Boat, Sheridan, Oregon.
It will uot crurk. chalk or peel off, and
NO. 1 SALOON.
Offce^-Slwridun, Yaiuhill ('o., Oregon
STLRLIVW 6’. läAKDIXi«
Special attention pai«l to Lan l Law and Ah-
Best Paint Ever Produced
A couple of Jews came to town one day;
»tracts of Title.
«st week and opened an auction store, but
it i. convenient, being mixed Rr.AI>\ F«^B Money to Loin at al! times.
they either was dissatisfied with the amount THE BRUSH, of any
COLOR. . Collections made at usual rale“.
of business done, or the “bovs” made it too
hot” for them, as they left for Portland
ANYONE can apply it .
Ä. I» HOWARD, Yi I).
L loyd .
It is put up in 1-8. 1-4, 1 2, 1 and 5 gal. cans.
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
Physician and t*urscon.
Money to loan on good real estate securi
G. G. BINGHAM,
Hag permanently looted in Jt/e.Vinnvil’e
< ampbell’s Building, McMinnville.
for the practice of his profession. All calls—
day nr night—promptly attended to.
The attention of the public is called to the
Office—One door east of Warren A Magers immense bargains now uttered at the
At Amity. Or.
At the next lodge meeting. I. O. G. T„
the question for debate is, “ Resolved, that
education is more conducive to happiness
than wealth.” Lenders,Aff. Miss Maggie In
glis. Neg. Julius Hodson.
Newburg against the world. Last Friday,
at the picnic, we hud a splendid time, a fine
dinner and plenty of singing by the choir,
while the band hoys did their share towards
giving us plenty of music. The speaking in
the forenoon was by Rev. E.S. Craven, Sam SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
uel Hobson, John Hush and Julius Hodson; that terrible, cough. Shiloh’s (Jure is the rem
e<Iy for vou. Sold by Rogers £ To ld.
in the afternoon a speech by Dr, Jessup.
T eetotaleb .
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Mouth. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
T ut it .
“I like it better than any remedy I have BUSINESS A PROFESSIONAL
July lß, 1883.
ever used, because it leaves my bowels in
better condition,” is the remark made by
everyone when referring to Syrup of Figs.
PUçt/ÿx'Hph gallery in town.
That is one of the principal reasons why
Mr. J «C. Hanson, has opened a blaek- Syrup of Figs is taking the place of al! the
liver medicines and nauseous cat hart ios here
E. B. Gchlw.l of Lafayette was in town tofore used. Try it. lingers A Todd are
for this place.
Miss Cassie L-ttfker, a former résidant of
hia place but npw of Portland, was in town
ast weuk visiting frieiui«.
Miss Hattie Guipage», who has been suffer
ng with a severe attack of the lung fever,
J M. Prichard, who has bean visiting
relatives in Scio, for the past two wc-skfc, re
turned |jpme last Wednesday.
A. Letever, iel< for Southern Oregon to
day. He had a large contract, clearing
i-igbt of way on the O. A G. R. R.
•Our efilcient road ‘supervisor Mr. W. T.
Hash, haa a large force of men at work,
bwilding a bridge across the gulch, near Mr.
Gaaey « 1 evidence,
Ourfeilow townsman Mr. N. P. Robinson-
raturued from CUteüalia W. T. a few days
ago. He has been stopping there for the past
three months, report« himself well pleased
with the country and wilt return about the
first of September.
I' mi - iii Land»* ol ail t I. ih «< h i«r Sale on
Alao, Tow n Lota.
< 01.1.1« i I on
- MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
!i a. I a iriih J^ eahiesM, Accuracy and 1