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frimur ‘■e " ■ L«ht, who was here
Mr. Geo. C. Kobiaou ami Mr. L. T. O fficers E leoted .
from IH iuo I h a month or so ago, has ar
Davis and wife returned from Prine
Followiug is a list of officers elected
rived safely at his home, after having ville on Saturday last. They report a
The undersigned La., fur tale a farm of
seen it considerable portion of the pleasant trip and a xood time generally. by tho Union Sunday School of Mc
Mr. Davis is so well pleased with the Minnville, elected Sunday, Sept. 2,
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES
All ki' ils of Groce ries, Potterv M h - country ou account of its healthy cli for the ensuing year : D. C. Narver,
“Me* mate that, ho will remove to that, section
2$ miles west of McMinnville. 1
Supt. : Clark Braly, Asst. Sunt. ; R. Lying
farm IB beautifully located, and would make
k-tc-.atthe new store about the 1st of Oct. for the health of Nelson, Secy. : Mrs. G. W. Snyder, Or three or four neat farms, all of which would be
Of W. o. P almer , opposite Bingham* bis wife, which has been quite poorly ganist; Mrs. Clark Braly, Asst. Organ well watered and in about an equal portion of
hero, of late.
r urniture Score.
ist ; M. U. Gortner, Chorister.
open and timbered land—calculated tor
' ' faro:
Last week postmaster Turner receiv
or pasture lauds.
Lafayette, ed a book of the new “ Postal Note»,” M arried .
passed through t-owu on his way from just issued by the Government, aud on
At the residence of the bride’s parents
Aestucca, last Saturday, with boiub Monday circulation of them began.— at Dayton Oregon A ig. 23, '83 bv Rev.
Tho stock formerly owned by George Ban-
200 acres of the best portion for $20 per
ane salmon. Lie went back Tuesday The postal note i* a little smaller than J. A. Ilollouvaugn, Mr. Jacob Wrage acre; the balance at $15 per acre—or will well gaoler £ ¿on will be disposed of
to make another haul.
a greenback, one side being about the of Salem to Miss Hattie Wordon of the wjiole tract at $lo per acre.
W. G. DAV.’8.
n?Av JvJ?- Henderson, three miles color of a gold note, tho other very Daytou Oregon.
much resembling a greenback. On the
north of this place, has for sale a quan yellow side of the note is the date line,
p. w. TODD.
/ J. L. ROGERS.
tity of wheat, and parlies wishing seed the blank lines for amount, address, To T he P ublic .
wheat should call on him at once as he etc. You can buy one of these potes
I wish to »ay that I am no longer in
will have it. to market soon.
for any sum from one cent to five dol the emplov of Mr. I. G. Davidson,
neither do I wish to collect any monies
. Mr. W. T. Booth has moved a por lars by paying three cents for it, and front my customers while I was in the
Third Street, McMinnville.
Great Reduction« are made in
as this ia the case they will prove very
Notice 1» hereby given that MR. C. E.
employ of I. G. Davidson, or frtm him
CONNER Ila. a.aoeiated himself
Order »ystem, on amall amounts, as all —except the judgement I bold against
with the“ YAMUII.EREPORTER” mnst bis residence and will make a postoffices will be supplied with the him through the court.
W. H. H. G rant .
nnd ia interested in the publication
postal note. While money is not car
'Successors to W. B. Turner,]
N. B.—I would also state to my many
The Mathushek Piano stands unri
A fino lot of
valed for beauty of tone. It is unques yet we are willing to take our chances friends that I am still in the busfuess
tionably the most durable Piano made
ovK pj:r,R jtuin
cured the services of Mr. Horace Dues-
Perfumery, Fiue Toilet Article»,
in the United States, aud is sold at mit by “ Postal Order.”
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
bury. a first-class artist, can guarantee
boa pa, Cumb». Hair, rouili uud
reasonable prices by Luther Shobe.
J uut L ist .
satisfaction in all cases. All my work
Sea advertisement of Holman Fan.
Cloth brushes, sponges, Trua.es,
Mr. Will Hodson, of Portland, is
Following ia the list of Jnrors drawn is done in oil, at the same old prices. shoulder Brace« nnd all Druggist,
Public 8chool opens one week from sptudiug the week in town, visiting
yesterday to serve at the special term ceive prompt atteutfon. Thanking the
friouds and relatives and dropped in
Hoots <iiid Shoes
A full line of
Dr. Augur wants to settle up with all last Tuesday, for a chat. He intends of Circuit Court for Yamhill County, public for many courtesies shown me
n the past, I would respectfully solicit
which begins Moudav, Sept. 25th :
starciug for the States next Monday.
parties. 8ee notice.
a share of your patronage in tbe future. Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes and Sash
Lower than Portland price«.
Lafayette—P P Gates.
Th^ T»leyram says ‘‘it is reliably re
Ramember tbe races, on the Fletcher
Sheridan—P M Scroggin, E Tillot
ported that Dr. W. H. Saylor is soon
farm, Dext Saturday.
23ml _________ W. H. H. G rant .
The Purest Liquors for Medioinal
to become a benedict. He will soon be son, J T Simpson, C Whitmer, James
Beta those flue beating stoves at Man married to Miss Minnie Caples, daugh Agee and 8 J Dnun.
nings, cheap for cash.
ter of Hon. J. F. Caples, district attor
J L Fryer.
Cheaper than was ever offered in this dty.
Fine salmon are coming into this ney.
[eo»r.scTEB WBsutT. 8T r. w. BimroxD.l
stantly on Hand.
Bellevue—J 0 Guild, N H Bird, W
market from Nestucca.
I respectfully invite the public to call and
Melons have come to town in numer D Holman.
The largest and best stock of
McMoncviLLE, Bept. 6,1883.
McMinnville—Caleb Tustin, E X
Wes says that the latest monstrosity ous quantities; but of all that como in,
those raised by Hon. W. T. Newby are Harding, Clark Braly, W G Henderson. Wheat, per DU«nel......
is a “ high toned dude."
the best, both for size and flavor.—
Amity—E C Hadaway, F E Sherman. Flour, per barrel........
Everbrougnt to Yamhill County.
W. F. BANGA8SER.
Dan Castello’s circus “buited, by Thanks for one as “big as a water
North Yamhill—J Harris, G L Row
thunder,” the other day.
Dried Apples, per pout
we shall carry a full line, consisting of Pap<\
. Dayton—8 Goodrich, F A Hill, Mar Pluus, per pouna.....
There will probably be a rousing old
A “soouer” horse—that is one of tin Miller, Jr., Geo. Dorsey.
Bran, per ton..............
of the best quality,, Envelopes of the latent
crowd in town, Saturday.
those horses that had soouer go back
neatest styles, etc.
Think of it: only $25 an acre for a wards than forwards when a young la
West Chelialeni—J S Robisou, J B Potatoes, per bushel
attention is called to our Cuttlery,
dy ia driving him through the streets, Rowell, C Loder, G A Noble.
Onions, per pound.
first-clan farm. Read ad.
and Photograph and Autograph Albums.
is a very ungentlemanly animal, to say
Bacon Sides, per pound
Buckeye,Douglas and Cowings Force the least.
Ham, per pound......
Physicians’ Prescription« and Fami
Shoulders, per pound
and Lift Pump» at Mannings.
ly Kecipe« Carefully Compounded
B arn B urned .
’ - ¿.OOG^bushels
• • of
- “ tVhite
. ’ ----
at ull hour«—day or nijlit.
Buy rubber hose at Manning* and I sale
Winter J, ’
During tho suuimev we have read of Butter, per pound.....
I seed wheat, which he is selling at $1
protect your property from fire.
Eggs, per dozen........
We would most respectfully a»k a share o
Custer Post Band goes to Portland per bushel. It will be stored at Mc aries and other outhouses in adjoining Hid»#, dry flint, per pound
this publics patA>nage, hoping by fair dealing
Minnville, Lafayette. Carlton and oth
Hides, green, per pound....
on Tuesday next—one’ day, only.
and strict attention to businoe to merit the
counties, and were beginning to feel Dressed Hogs, per cwt.......
ROGERS X TODD.
Mr. Mont Stewart was in town post
that Yamhill would escape the waste Wool, per pound...............
ing bills for his sale, on Monday.
pany commenced operations the 1st of caused by the fiery fiend. But not so. Chickens—grown—per dozen
Miss Minnie Call, of Dayton, has the month. D. H. Turner, Postmaster, The large barn of Mr. A. J. Baker,
been up on a visit, during the week.
is agent and Henry Strain, teamster, standing about 200 yards north-west
All person, are hereby forbidden to hunt or
upon the lands of the un
Sheriff Collard was in town and
dersigned alter this date, without our consent.
from the train.
miles south-west of this place, togeth
called around to see us last Saturday.
[SUCCESSORS TO R. H. TODD.]
M. E. BOOTH and C. C. BOOTH
Ladies will please bear in mind that er with its contents, wa* burned to tho
For heir»—J. C. Pennington and John Booth.
W. T. NEWBY
For hardware, stoves and tinware,
Misses Rues and Foster have removed £ round last Sunday morning. Mr.
Manning take* tbe cake for low prices. their
yneb. who was »topping at Mr. Bak Has for sale at hl« yard In the eastern part of
uealib « nr
stock of Millmery to new building
Regular meeting of Custer Post, G. opposite Grange Store, .and govern er’», discovered the lire about 1 o'olock McMinnville
A. R., next Saturday eveuiug, Sep. Sth. tficinsclves accordingly. Everything
the barn was leached, to save the
300,000 Newly-burned Brick,
at low prices as usual.
G. L. Parker and Gen. w. Harris are now
Rov Mr. Eads came up from Portland
building or any of its content» was
canvasbing Yamhi'l anti Polk counties, solic
Mr. L. T. Davis will sell at public utterly out of the question.
to vi«it relatives at this place, Inst
iting order* for the Hockford Ti re Tight-
ener, which is giving general satisfaction
Auction, on Friday, Sep. 23th at bis barn contained 35 to 40 tons of bay, as the lowest.
and just the machine that every fanner needs. TOUACCO AND CIGARS,
residence, 3^2 miles west of this place, about 400 bushels of oats, a threshing
That you may know that this is no humbug,
Miss Ora Robinson, of Dayton, was all kinds of agricultural implements, machine, horse power, wood saw, selt- office.
read tue follo wing certitlcate:
risking friends in this city, during tbe oue span of horses, &.c. Look out for binder, a wagon, and uuinerons other
McMinnville, Oregon, July 9th, 1883.
posters in a day or two.
farm machinery—bait of the oate be
Notice to Tax-Payers.
longing to Mr. R. W. Kingsbury. The
a Tire Tightening Maohine, now being sold by TOILET GOODS, NOTIONS. ETC., ETC
They tell ns that the signs of the
She leaned her head on bis shoulder
& Parker, which we have thoroughly
times (not the xodiac) indicate a hard aud sighed: “0 Jimmy dear ”—“ Darl fire 1» supposed to have boon the work Notice is hereby given that the Board of Equa Harris
and find to be a success for tightening
of an incendiary, aa that part of the lization for the County of Yambill, Stale of tested
ing are you sick? ” No Jimmy, but I bam where the tire originated had had Oregon, will attend at the Court House in said tires, ani can recommend it to every man
^^■Prescriptions carefully compounded
who has loose tire* on buggies, hacks or wag
Rev. J. Hoberg, of Lafayette, came would like to get some of that fresh made no chance of being set through acci county at the office of the Coanty Clerk, from ons, a» being all that is claimed for it
all hours, day or n ght.
in for a chat of a few moments, on caudy at the McMinnville Bakery—you dent. The loss anil foot up about $3,- Monday,the 17th day of September, 1S83 to Sat
HENDERSON A LOGAN BRO’S.
Our goods have r 11 been markod down to the
know it’s the only candy factory in 000 ; uo insurance.
urday, the 22d day of Septemper, 1883, inclu
oweat liyina rate • Give ub a call and see fo
Yamhill Co.” “Yes dear.”
sive, to pubjioly examine the a&se^6ment roll
If you wish to purchase city proper iwk
and coTreat all errors in' valuation,'description
McMinnville, Or., Juno 21, ^l-20tf.
A Pioneer Speak*.
ty on reasonable terms, go to Geo. G.
or dualities of landf, lota or other property,
An effort is beiug made bv our Bap
Mr. Joseph Wan received the follow ana ail mortgages which have been incorrectly
tist friends to again secure the services
Messrs. Wm. Ball and IL M. Daniel, of Rev. G. J. Burchet as pastor of the ing letter from a pioneer friend, dated assessed.
All parties interested are hereby notified to
of North YaunhiU; came in for a chat, church at this place. Mr. Burchett was Butteville, Aug. 27, which he furnish
aupsar at the time and place mentioned.
stationed here for several year», and es us for publication:
M. B. HENDRICK,
Having purchased of Mr. W. T. Newby the
Assessor of Yamhill County.
T’ue seed wheat that Mr. T. D. Hen deeply embeded himself in the peoples'
Mr A ncient F riend
We have all
well-known McMinnville Warehouse. I «hull
Aug 23, 1S83—23w3.
derson has for sale is the “ White Win affections.
read your tinal report, giving the con
be prepared to store inis season’s crop on as
Rev. Mr. James Matthews,and family ditions agreed upon with the Northern
favorable terms as can be done in AfcMinn
Pacific Railroad Company for the pio
villo, and shall be ready at all times to pay
Mr. E, J. Wright, of Perrydale, has of th« M. £. Church, of this city, leave neer
bee.i down visiting relatives, a portion
ville. We are sorry to see Mr. Mat fathers. Some of the pioneer» once
Cash for Crain,
of the week.
thews leave as himself and family have thought that the time made by the
at its highest market value. Will also bo pre
Mr. John Edwards, of North Yam made many warm friends here during cayuse expies* over the ragged-edged
hill, was in town and gave us a call on their stay.— Enterprise.
mountains that Beecher ha» just cross
ed, could never be beaten ; they were
LOAN SACKS TO FARMERS
Jimmy Sparks brings U3, from the satisfied then. But now some of those
Y amhill oo ., or,
0 tr mechanics are kept busy—work farm of C. A. Swoet, some corn “ what old nabob pioneers, whose lucre has M c M innville ,
and for said loan will require the sacks return
ing late at night aud putting in sotne is corn.” Enclosed in the husks of grown so as to overbalance their com
ed filled with grain to my warehouoe.
tim j on Sunday.
what appears to bo one ear, are seven mon seuae, are not satisfied with ordin
Grain, Grass and Stock Farms
Soliciting a share of your patronage, I shall
ary railroad time; they dou’t want to In Yamhill and Polk counties For in roturn therefor endeavor to give you satis
Under “New To-Day” will be found
the advertisement of W. 0. Palmer, rows each, while a similar one lias six see the country through which they >ale on Reasonable Terms.
W. A. WELLS.
ears of three rows each. They are in are to pass—they saw enough of that
McMinnville, Or., June 28, 1883.—ni6.
30 or 40 years ago. They now want SAW MILLS,
Mr. Wick wire, who ¡»matched against
A party consisting of Messrs. J H to go by lightning express, in a Pull-
Martin for tbe race, next Saturday, has
Turner, Sarn’l Shafter, A J Nelson and ro.iu palace, furnished with double
CITY LOTS AND
been hero the past week.
County Clerk J J Spencer left this back-action spriug beds. Why, God
The geese are beginning to fly to place on Monday on a hunting and bless you: some or those old codgers
THF. FIN ENT NA WED SHINGLES
Parties desiring to purchase should
wards the south. Probably lookiug fol fishing expedition over on the Ncstuc- are out on the scout now, hunting up
less smoke and more moisture.
cas, intending to be gone several days. some distant female relative, not seem call und see us pr write for circular. ever made in this section are now being man
And don’t fail to remember that they ing to care a fig how far removed the
Mr. Chas. Magers Las gone into the
will have 15^ bushels cf fun.
music business, being now engaged in
closely connected with the monkey.—
Reed, the foot-racer, commonly But, Joe, to be a little more candid, I
rnnuiug a wagon for Mr. Shobe.
A farm nf 360 acres, 7 mile« south west of
known as the “ sheep herder,” with am really glad to see the old fellows
Mr. Steel, the teamster, had a bit of bis trainer, Mr. Crab, spent Sunday in
taking such an interest in providiug McMinnville, Or.; 200, acre« in cultivation, Ô0 L ook at them.
a runaway, down the country, the other McMinnville. Thev came up to try for the women. I wish they could more easily fitted tor the plow ; 100 acre . tim
Enquire nf F. W. REDMOND, Agent, at
ber and pasture, good buildings, orohard ano
day, but uo damage to speak of was and arrauge a race with Martiu, but
all kind* of
'■Jump into the wagon and nil take a plenty of small fruits, house and barn McMinnville, or of
they failed to make connection, as ride" back to tho laud of “Yaller supplied by pipes with running water. Soil
MILLER A BOWERS.
Mm. John Haney, of Lafayette, paid Reed wanted to rim this week, and Breeches.”
excellent ; no waste land ; lies on county roan
her sister, Mrs. G. G. Bingham, at this Martin didn’t feel disposed to run un
in au old settled neighborhood, with school and
Notice to Hunter*
place a visit of a couple of davs, last til next week or tho week after.
church close bv. Price ¿<2.3.00 per acre. En
R unaway .
Notice is hereby given that all persons tres-
quire of WARREN, MAGERS X. FRINK,
Miss Ella Lee Wood* went to Port-»
pasting upon my premises—the Young farm,
Mr. W. W. Wright drove up to Red
Real Estate Agents.
Any one wishing to purchase a good land on Tuesday, to again take up the
on the south side of the Yamhill River, two
farm wil! find it to their advantage to position of teacher in St. Helen « Hail. mond’s warehouse on Monday last and
mile« north-east of McMinnville—after thi-
call at the store of B. F- Hartman for During her stav of three months at left his team standing, unhitched,
date, will be dealt with according to law. Se
home Miss Woods has had a good visit while be stepped inside tor a moment.
curity to mv property demands tin* notion.
At Amity, Or.
with her nianv friends, has had a need The team, seeming to observe that
J. J. SPENCER.
E ras in the mountains are getting ed rest from her labors, and now goes they were not wanted for a time, con
Counselor at .Law.
pretty well down toward the valley. back to her school with a light heart.
ch ded to take a little spiu on their
*na unless it rains noon much darnagt-
own account, and away they went.— Offc#««Sheridan, Yaiuhlll Co.,Oregon
Diay result therefrom.
youth of the present day is corrupt ; They flew down First street to E, up E
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Mrs. 0. H. Collins, sister of Mr. C. and when we hear such language as to Third, down Third to C, up C to Collecting,
Buying and Belling Real Estate.
sperry, and Mrs. J. L. Sperry, sister-in that addressed to a seven-year-old lau Fifth, down Fifth to B, nnd up B a few
M c M innville , oreoon .
law of the same gentleman, are up bv a young lady (f) of 14 or 15 years, rods, and were brought to a halt by
iron Portland on a visit.
one* tiny last week»
think they mi^nt
damage resulting from this chase STIIULIXG U. A C . No. 16
Farms for Sale on Easy Terms.
Thousand« of Brick, of the best quality, no'
Tyson and family, of be even worse. If there is one Bpnrk was the front broken otf the wagon
>n hand and will constantly be kept at th'
•‘Iiddleton, Washington county, passed
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on o orick
Al«o Flouring Mill«, 8iw Milla, Etc.
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
«rough this place on their way home blush (or ihaine when she read» this badly bruised.
ing companions cordially welcomed.
noui the coast, last Friday.
Parties wishing to locate, bv Pre emption or
We now have a pipe that ie a pipe ; L ist of L eiters
'[•>inesu>ad, upon Government Land, or tn pur-
Over 13,000 impressions worked oft
base School or Railroad Lands, will do well to
on “ Snyde the Print’s” jobbers, the
Remaining uncalled for In the Post
•all upon or address me as I am thoroughly
past week. Good work, at reasonable day in filling and smoke the rest of the office at McMinnville for the month STEKLINCii F. UAKDfNG
with such lands throughout the en-
Prices, puts him in tbe lead.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER» ormerly run by C. G. Saylor, the above name«
stale and is artistically finished off, be
re Willamette Valley, on either aide of the
Real Eataf«* and Collecting A??nt, and No •roprietor star»« out with the intention of man
Parties indebted to m on subscrip- ing a thing very pretty to look at. 1 he Barnett Mrs. Mary, McFarland Geo.,
show nartiee the most valuable
tary Public All work pertaining to this lin* iiaeturiug and supplying thia public will ande and desirable locations, from 40 to 1,200
«0B will please forward the amount stem is about tbrets feet in length, so Clark
trick in any quantity, of & quality guaran
due us by “Postal Note.” We must that the smoke that passes through it Forrader I.on,
afaiturer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. Al- ted to be as good aa the beet, and at price« ae icres in a body. Information pertaining te
unds furnished gratis. For location and pri
nave money to run our business.
is alwavs cool. Anti Mr. C. E. Magers Gordon John,
Shade J. A.,
work done with nratn**« and disp .ton Head low as the lowest.
es, send for circular. Address
•quarters under Odd Iwiiuwe’ Hall, McMinnville
Did you notice tbe life of onr town has our thanks for the same.
Hadsel A. £.,
*«t Saturday I The streets were lined
Born—Three miles north of McMinn
yit i people from morning till night, ville, Sept. 3rd, 1883, to the wifeof T.
OffIco-WltlA Gee. G. Bl«(h«n,
Give me a call and eee for yourself.
In calling (or the above, say u adver
»nd it made it look like old times.
D Henderson, a soa. And lqmmv
A. C. SAYLOR.
D. H. T urner ,
-J cat boy of Deputy Postmaster fairly danced with excitement as he
"“•t uer, at Sheridan,is a little dandy,
’Mhiug 5 b; pounds, and smokes with boy Was; that he weighed 123* pounds,
»tc. Ye printer* »uiokad to the beahn P ublic S ale !
OF ALL KINDS,
«« printer with considerable gusto.
Land Office at Ore,on Citv, I
of Mr. Henderson, Jr. with ja* much
Mr. J. L. Ladd will sell at publio
Oregon, Aug 2nd, 1883. I
Tie “Western Self-opening and pride as if the havannas had been pre
auction, at hi* premises 14 mile» west
Notice 1« hereby given that the following-
J-lWing” Gate is the latest invention sented them by Pre*. Arthur.
of Amity, on Saturday, Oct. 6th, Hor
amed a.tiler ha« Ried rrriee of hie intention
«at interests pttr people. One of the
’ make final proof in «uppert of hie claim,
I. G. Davidson photographer, of ses, Cattle, Hog* aud all kinds of
latte can be geon at Messrs. Hodson's.
Two story dwelling with brick b«»ement
that mid proof will be made before the
Portland Oregon has so extended his Farming utensil». For further partic
well and cittern with two lot« 110x12c1
'*''»eething now under the San”— bus’me-s that its influence is felt in ular* and terms, see posters.
inly Clerk of Yamhill Conotv al Lafayette,
kll kinds of tm«ll fruit an ♦ rhol * shrubber
reeop.on Mondav, Sept. 1*. 1 WJ. vi,: Mary
* on,;d new Miilinerv Store, opposite every nook and corner of the Northwest
-id flowers. Deskrably located, M.H ham
rdle, formerlv Mary Rlre, Homeat.ad En-
"•ia Grange Store, Misses Russ and His portrait work is eonsl to that of M C8IC.
•on. For terms apply to G. G, BEVO HAA
No. 4477 flor lot 1 of Sec. 1J T 4 8. R 5 W.
OF EVERT KIND, GO TO
eotter proprietors. Cail and see them. mv other arti»< N<» oiler one fwetenas
>«l Eitate Agent.
■’he name, the tollowing witnew,a tn prove
studying at the Conservatory of Music
-Mr. Joe Stewart, who stabbed Mc to compete with him in viewing and in Granville, Ohio, will return to Mc
■r eontinuoue rw idence upon and cultivation
IIw*, here «nd six lots. Terms are hs
Donald, had an examination on Tucs- he no doubt enlarge» mote pictures Minnville in a few days, aqd will be
•aid lend, vi,, D. McCall, B. Brower. E
w j, b« Is nee r>n time.
Situ* ted In eentr
all other photographer* in the
Grer ley and 0. R A. Ferri», ell of Me-
ar-d was placed under bonds of than
prepared to give le«*on* to all who may
rt nf Men. F*>r pertkmlar« apply to Geo. (.
I novilie, Yaiunill Connlv. Oregon.
** OVU io appear before the Grand Ju-
BINGHAM, Real ¿.»late Agent.
I aftnU. ¿end order* direct to him.
L. T. BARIN, R»g.«t«r.
FARM FOR SALE
1. Any person who takes a paper regular-
ly from a post -office, whether directed in
bis name or another», or whether he sub.
»■r> a.-1 or not, is responsible for payment.
3. If a person order* his pupor dwaontin.
n*l ha must puy arreius, or the p iblislier
aay continue to send it tiniil payment is
tail e, and then oolieot Lhe whole amount.
wl-e:har the paper is taken from th» office ,.r
n<3. The court* have decided tliat refusing
to take new spapers or periodicals from the
post offio», or removing nnd leaving them in
the office, is priiua facie evidenced inten
4. The Postmaster-General ha» decided
that postmaster» who fail to notify publish
ers when subscribers remove, or fail to take
their papers from the poetoffice, «hull be re
sponsible for their subscription.
CITY DRUG STORE.
For Cash or Produce.
KOGERS & TODD.
New Goods !
ROBISON & BAKER,
BRICK YARD !
Notice to Fanners !
McCarter & Aiderman,
J. I. CASE’S
Real Estate Agents
Warren, Magers £ Frink.
SbAxxgles, Shingles ! Hoosier Hay Rakes,
iller & Bowers' Shingle Mill.
Pioneer Brick Yard.
D. I. CORKER,