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TOPICS OF TUB DAY
In Portland thero are sixty unlicen-
Henry Ward Beecher and wife sail-
ed for San Francisco last Thursday.
*A Vanderbilt is accredited with hav
ing given »300,000 in charity during
the past year.
Charles F. Golking, a logger was
killed by a falling tree near Pomeroy
a few days since.
A furious hail storm damaged the
tobacco crop in Rock county, Wis.,to
the extent of $10,000.
Fear of the penitentiary prevented
the brutal prize fight between Slade
and Mitchell in Kansas.
Mrs. Margaret A, Headrick died
on Howell prairie on the 26th inst.
She came ko Oregon ip 1847.
A deaf mute convention was held
in New York one day last week, and
was attended by 800 delegates.
One hundred special policemen
will be appointed to serve in Port
land tho day of the big celebratiou.
Most of the wholesale houses of
Portland will be closed during the
entire day during the celebration.
Continuous railway postal service
has been established between Port
land and St. Paul, a distance of 1.920
Last week ice formed to tho thick-
uess of one eighth of an inch in the
field ponds five miles north-west of
Tho executive committee of tbe
irrand lodge I. O. G, T., of Oregon,
consisting of five of the highest elec
tive officers of the grand lodge, name
Elias Jessup, G. W. C. T., ofYam-
[Bangasser’s building on B street.]
hill ‘ ; Will C.Ki
C. King, grand councellor ;
_ Hoxter, G. W. V. T. ; J. H. BANGAS8ER ft PAULUS,
Lambert, grand treasurer : and J. E.
Houston, Grand Secretary ; were in
session at Salem Monday night.
Here is where you can get your money’s
FINAL ft* fit OOF.
The price of the trade dollars has
advanced coneidesably lately, owing
to the demand from London for the
Chinese trade. About 200,000 were
William B, Russel has escaped
from the Seatco penitentiary, where
he was uDder a fourteen years’ sen
tence for murder at Dayton.
The storage capacity of tbe new-
silver vault under tbe cash room in
the treasure department at Washing
ton, will be 23,000,000 silver dohais.
The island of Java is suffering from
violont volcanic eruption, accompan
ied by tidal waves that have destroyed
many lives and a large amount of
In happy Valley, ten miles west of McMiun-
Lumber of all kind« furnished on abort no-
Dressed Lumber a speciaity.
rpo JOHN MONROE,
-L n«tt»i«<l Dvfeaiclant 1
Quality equal to the best; prices as low as
In the name of the State of Oregon : you are the lowest.
required to appear in said Court und answer
Give us a call and convince yourselves that
the Plaintiffs complaint against you, iu the
above entitled action, on or before the first day we mean business.
of the next regular terra thereof, which will be
begun aud hold«« at Lafayette, in said County,
on the first day of October, A. D. 1883. Aud
if you fail so to appear and auswer, the Plain
tiff will take judgement against you for the
sura of One Hundred and Twenty-five dollars, McMinnville,
and tor Fftcen dollars Atty, fee, and for costs
and disbursments of action.
Published by order of Hon. R. P. Boise made
I wil. pay the highest market price for Mer
at Chambers on tbe 18th day of August A. D.
chantable wheat, clear of tiack. Clean and
store free of charge, in case I buy ; in case you
M.CAIN A HURLEY,
sell to otner parties, it will c?st you 3 cents’ for
cleaning and storing,
I am now manufacturing an
U. S. Land Office, Oregon City, I
Oregon, June 38, 1883. '
Notice is hereby given that John H. Jackeon
of Tillamook Co., Oregon, has made applica
tion to purchase the S. 1-2 of S. W. 1-4 of Bee.
No, 30,Township No. 2 South of.Range No. 10
W Will. Mer., under the provisions of the Act
of Congress approved June 3rd, 1878, entitled
'• Au Act for the Sale of Timber Lands in tbe
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in
All adverse claims to said tract of land or
any portion thereof, must be filed in the Unit
ed States Land Office at Oregon City, Ore
gon, before the expiration of sixty days from
th Is date*
Given under my hand this 28th day of
L. T. BARIN,
t School Supplie», Ae.
-♦O- FERRY STREETS
Bird & Gates,
Parties Visiting I niareite will a.,, (
llandsoiue reranl»«. by t urning „
Store tu Make their Pun ka ee,
Of the Laical Verteile, of
B. F. HARTMAN.
Ind ire prepared to offer to thwe patronlil«,«
adrantue. which the, hare not
When ia McMiaayill» i< will pay you to call at
rrME BRICK «rrOKE
And see toy New Stock of
Ruching», Colonettu, Hosiery, L)re*s Goods, Skirts, Suitings,
and everylhing pertaining to Ladfes’ Wardrobe.
Goats’ Furnishing Goods of allDescriptions
Boots, Shoes, Sandals, Ladies' Walking Boots, Slippers, and Everything
New and Novel, before purchasing your Goods Elsewhere,
We keep a full stock of
Yen’s, Boys’ and Youths’ nothin;,
Boots anil bhoes, Hats
LADIES’ FANCY GOODS,
J. L. R ollins A J. R. H ale , Partners as ]
Rollins 4 Hale,
J ohn M ovrob ,
Two Ohinamau, working creek
■nines in Union county, quarreled
over f>3. One was mortally »uot dur
ing the row.
Notice of Application to Purohaee
The Southern Pacific is assessed at
»13,000,000, and the Central Pacific
• 18,0OO,00O by tho California board
i * j
( ScrCMSOR« TO NELSON « B’RB)
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
Hemstock, Harvey & Francis,
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, 1
July 23, 1883. i
and evervthiug m the line of meats, of the
Notice is hereby given that the following- best quality the country affords. Alto the
named settler has filed notice of his intention
Best of Bolognas.
to make final proof in support of his claim,
aud that said proof will be made before Regis
Give us a call and be satisfied.
ter and Receiver U- S. Lind Office at Oregon
BANGA66ER A PAULUS-
City, Oregon, on Monday, Oct. 1,1883, vis :
John W. Crowley, Preemption D. S. No 4121
for tbe lots 9, 10, 22, 23 A 24 of Section 14. aud
Q. H. HEMBTOCK,
D. P. HABVET,
Lou 16, 17 A 18 of Sectiou 15, T 6 8 R UW.
C. W. VBANCI».
He names the following witnesses to prove
hi» continuous residence upon and cultivation
of »aid laud, viz:
R. C. Burton, Melvin
Burton, and Mary A. Burton, of Grand Bonds
P.O., Polk County, and Win. Thompsou of
■Sheridan P. 0. Yaruhill County, all of Oregou.
Prop’s of the
L T. BARIN, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Yamhill Oounty.
A. L. SAYLOR
! S ; CHOOL
Tv5" Ten per cent. Discount given on all Goods, for Cash,
TOBACCO & CIGARS
Stationery, Glass and Qnernswarf,
I also bave the Celebrated
utlery, Can fl if r ,
Cloika anil Watches,
Oils and Shell Hard war«,
The Bent in tlie Harket
A. No. 1 Quality of Flour,
to which I invite the ‘cloaeot inspect>n. I
guarantee it. Try a sack, and if it is not as I
recommend, return it and your raeney will ba
All kinds of Mill Feed on hand or made to
order on short notice.
▲nd also a large »usertment of
JOHN J. >AX, Proprietor.
LADIES AND CENTS.
(TAUNTED JUNE 1UTÜ, 1876. |
I carry a full stock of
Stiir ZVIixecl Paint:«,
The Best in use.
WHITE LEAD AND OILS AND PAINT AND WHITEWASH
DR USHES. Also
Thanking the public for past favors and asking a conUnuance^of their liberal patronage,
B. F. HARTMAX
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH
Produce of ell hindi taken et the
Highest Market Price.
Lafayette, Oregon, August 8,1881.
Panthsr Creek Mills, To the Farmers of Polk ani Yamhill
W. D. ROBERTSON, IRQ.
COUA TIES !
. (Old “ NATIONAL,” established 1866.)
By the Wholesale
$10 par 1,000 feet.
If you want the Bain Wagon, go to Lanccfield Jk Cook’s, Amity.
128 Front St., Bet. Washington and Alder,
If yvu want the Oliver Chilled Flows, alfeires, or the Cassidy bulky Plow, go to
Lancefield de Cook’s, Aintty.
It you want the Molino Seotch ClipperPlows. both wood and steol beams; it you
want tne old reliable Gardeu City Plows, allsixes, go to
Laucefield A Cook’s, Amity.
A. P. Armstrong,
If you want the latest and best improved Harrow, one that wil! fold up and will cut
Penman anil Jety
auy desired width, get the Hankey Iron Harrow of
Laurelicld Ac Cook. Amity,
If you want, the LaDow rulveriztug Barrow, 12 to 18 Steel Disc«, go to
I^aneefield A.- Cook, Amity,
If you want a first-class No. 1 Drill or Droad-Caet Seeder, get the •• Monitor” of
An institution designed for the practical busi
Lancefield dt cook, Aiuitv.
If you waut the Best, Strongest and Lightest Draft Mower, then get the Champion
ness education of both texes.
Lnnccf ielrt Ac Cook. Amity.
For the best Hay Rnke iu the world go toLiiucef¡eld ¿k Cook's. Amity, and get the
Tt<er, feelf-J?i»charging Sulky Hay Rake.
If you want the Best and most reliable and latest improved
Charles Smith, of Elk creek, Grant
county, died suddenly, the 18th met,
Iff ctUtuu ville, Or.
of congestion of the lungs, brought
PKaLBn a ill KIXPS or
about by exposure from having rid
den a week before for medical assis CLOCKS WAT CHE and .'JEWELRY,
tance for a neighbor.
The conductor of an excursion
train from Scranton to Mountain
Harvester and Twine Binder,
Park, Pa,, put a boy off, who bad no
ticket, while the train was running
twenty miles an hour. Tho boy fell
haucefield A: Cook, Amity.
undor the wheels and was instantly
We will put them up, give you full Instructions and «tart them for vou-free of charge
We will warrant each machine to do No. 1 work aud give satisfaction.
Washington Territory- will send
We will keep on band aFull Line of “ EXTRAS”
abroad 333,000,000 feet of lumber,
Twine for the McCormick, so that you will not have to send to Portland
200,000 pounds of hops, 800,00t> tons
for them. We will sell on time or for Cash.
of coal, 200,000 cases of salmon,
If you want the Improved Hodges Oregon Header, go to Lancefield <fc Cook’» Amltv
POWELL’SILCMBER For the Latest improved
6,000,000 bushels of weeat, 3,0o0,0o0
bushels of oats, 10O.OO0 bushels of
Buffalo Pitts Challenger,” Separators o’- Powers
potatoes, and 2,200,000 pounds of
For Straw stacker», Gratu Belt,. CyllnderTMtb, aU klndl'ofBditJ^et!:®^??,’!^1”
We ha> e the Bnffitlo * Man,field Steam Engines, Portable and<8tattonary'OOk’*’ A“1,y'
Nez Perce county, Idaho, contains
Sample Wagons, Plows, Drill., Mowing Machine,, Hay Rakes, McCormick Binders Etc
hand. Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
133 men and firms paying taxes on
ILANCEHELD & COOK, Amily, Oregon,
»2300 and upwards, Tl le largest in
gents for Knapp, Burrell A Co., Portland
dividual taxpayer is J. Brearlcy, I ha
ncy tor Johnson’« Tateut Easy-
(estate of,) tho well known Lewistoa fitting
J and Eye-Glasses of all de-
banker recently deceased, the amount •ori pt ions.
Rough Lumber, of all dose 'ptioue, at
standing opposite his name being All work done in a proper manner and a
An insane man is at large in Mar
ion county,and was seen near Butte
ville. He entored the house of Mr.
Come and avail yourselves of these bar-
BeiUf, raising a disturbance by vio-
barnaiDs while tho opportunity is before you.
lentXkn,,s' Lut was captured and
takenN Salem. Ilia name is Mart-
ina Lucurius, aged about 27 years.
Dav ton, Oregon—Ttf
Oregon peaches are very plentiful J^lll be in ailed frek to »if
allea free to ail apvuoanta, ani
this Beason, whereas they usually fail
of iMt year
ir without orderinfIt
ordering it Itocmtalns
. « wryntRtmr,
w. y. toeax,
176 pn .«.duo UluRtrationa, price», accurate
of bearing well. Take all things in , •bout
w*crtPt1‘'n? end valuable direction» for planting
to consideration and we find our re riant«. > ruit Tree», etc. Invaluable to all. aii>ec-
gion coming out of a trying ordeal in ially to Market Gardener^ Bend for It I
D. M FARRY & Co. D etroit M ioh .
a satisfactory manner, ■. There «re few
McMinnville & Dayton
countries that can produce under
such peculiar circumstances.
ia new being manufactured al the
McMinnville Furniture LIVERY,
Gen Sherman, recommended that
the Twenty-first infantry, now on the'
Pacific with headquarters at Fort Van
couver, Washington territory, change Third St..
.**1 cH iunellle, tStablee at McMinnville situated on Thirt St. ;
that iu Dayton on Ferry Si.)
stations with tho Tenth infantry, now
Located on tbe North Yamhill River at Western Oregon Railroad Bridge
on the lakes with headquarters at De (On block eaet <>l rianing Mill, two door» m X
Henderson & Logan Bros,. Prop’s.
of livery stable,)
Two and one-half Mile East of McMinnville.
troit. If approved by the seoretarv
of war the change will be made this
W.H. BNCHA M. PRO..
We ar» prepared »hip Lumber,
Carrie« a full etcek of Furniture, Carpete, Wall
W. are prepared to fumieh
Paper. Bird Cage«, Baby Carnages, do., which
Ttf any Point on the W. O. and JT. G. Railroad*.
On the 20th of July W. T. Locke he Mil. at price, to reMOo.ble tbal none ns Carrin»« e,
and Miss Florence Lewis, of Corvalls und fault.
A Good Wagon Road to the Mill-
were married and started through R«)winag dope in a n.at and subetaatlal and everything in tbe Livery hire in good
Addrew all Ordee Io
Southern Oregon on a bridal tour. manner.
«tn|. on eborteet notice.
While st Myrtie point, Douglas coun
YAMHJLL LUMBERING COMPANY,
ty, Mr. Locke was prostrated with ty
phoid fever and died on the 14th of
it kept by these Stables and Funeral Turnout«
furnished al any time.
August, and last week the romaine irELCO.VE SJLOO.Y
accompanied by tbe weeping bride
We are prepared to ofifer special induce
widow, reached tbe depot which the
Will find it Io
couple had left less than a month be
CONNER CIA L .V E N!
fore. All sunshine, with tbo bright
E.-ess-Making, Cutting sad Fittlag
ent stock left with nt will receive tbe
PRINTED NEATLY, QUICKLY,
est prospects, and congratulations Y0UK ADVANTAGE beet Trans
of cire and attention.
Don« to Order, will plow« e»ll on
To cell at the eb>>ve 50»loon.
CHSAPLY, on short noticb , at
r*nK*nK *n tkeir ears, one day ; almost
MRS. H. A- ALLEM
the next, life was made dreary »nd I beep cemteatly on hand the Fine« Wiaei A MONTHLY SETTLEMENT OF ALL BILLS
.ore for Family and Medicinal uae.
Al her resides««, is Amity, Oragen.
barren ns a desert by the terrible, •nd L'q IOH*
will be required by ue.
The Reporter Job Printing Office
never failing band of death.
HLNDRRSON À LOGAN Baoe
Admitted on any week-day of .h^ year. No
vacations at any time, and no exam
ination ou entering.
For the Full Business Course, - $60.
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonabb
rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The College Journal, containing iuformation
of the course of study, when to enter, time re
quired, cost of board, etc., and cuts of orna
mental pemnanahio, from the pen of P»of.
Wesco, stut free.
A. T. ARMSTRONG.
Lock Box 104.
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill,
Sale Bills !
MO4INNVILL . OMGSX.
The Mn»t Suncee.ful Remedy ever diwover-
ed.as it is certain in its effects and does do *
bllster. READ PROOF BELOW. Also ex
cellent for human flesh.
F rom a P rominent P hysician .
Washington, Ohio, June I7tb, 1S80-
D r . B. J. K endall , A Co.,—Gents:—R«sa-
mg your advertisement in Turf, Field an<J
Faria, of your Kendall’s Spavin Cure, and
having a valuable and speedy horse which had
been lame from a spavin for eighteen months,
I sent to you for a bottle bv express, wb.ch ’n
six weeks removed all lameness and enlarge
meats and a large splint from another horee.
and both horses are as sound to-day «»
The one bottle was worth to me one hundred
H. A. B ebtolet , M D
Kendall’s Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patlen’a MilJa, X Y, Feb 11, IM*-
B. J, Kendall A Co., Gent« —The per>ic»'w
eeae on which I uiwd yonr Kendall's 8pa»i»
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of six****
month, »tending. I had tried many
but in vain. Your spavin enrw put tbe »
OB tbe ground again, and for the flrrt' t..u»
sinee hnrt in a natural poeition. Fora family
liniment it excels anything we ever used.
Rav. M P. Bru.
Faster of M. E. Church, Patten's Mill, »•T-
Send frr illustrated circular giving poviti»»
Proof- Price, |1. All druggist, have it or mB
1» or you. Dr. B. J. Kenttell * Co-, Pro-
pnetore, Fr-wh-irg Falla, Vt,