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1 ni e R eporter .
Reports from the State Fair indicate
IN o w
BUM! BUM! BUM!
that this year’s exhibition will be a
very successful one. The display ot
Í OK SALE!
“ Says 11’ mesilf, says I,’
agricultural products is said to be very
4 Fin© W«ber Piano, wn© Höre© und
tine, the racing is up to the average, -**-
Hutfffy, 3 MeiN oï JÍLirnc»»« aaid
llektia, Montana, pro nites to l»c the and the attendance is large und increas tlx>u»viiuld Furnitur;;« _ al
principal city between Portland and ing.
Dit. J. T. ALGI K.
LVAud don’t you forget it.^J
St. Paul, oa the N. P. R. R.
One day recently word was
Col, Robert M. May, member of Con brought to this place that Jay Gould
gress from Virginia, committed suicide had been assassinated, and the news
Parties interested in the removal of the dear
spread like wild-tire, causing intense from the old Cemetery at this place will please
by òhootint; himself last Saturday.
excitement. Bat the pulse of the com uttend to the removal AT ONCE, as all must
Now Jersey held a Democratic Con munity quieted down and beat more be removed witbin the next four weeks.
£ZThat’s the racket,^
McMinnville, Or., (
W. T. NEWBY.
vention lust ThuAtlay md nominated regularly when it was learned that
Sept. 19, 1883- ) 27w2*
Receipts, and Sale Bills,
Abbot for Governor, much to the satis the report was only a news-boy’s can
faction of Republicans of that State.
ard. The great railroad monarch is
Z3P’ Besides everything else in the
line, a» good as the. best, on short no
Tim Now Hampshire Legislature last still alive and able to “ pull in ” his
SNYDE THE PRINTER.
Saturday, after being in session 10. regular allowance, on Wall street.
days, ailjourued. It will require up-
Celebrated California Made
TOPICS OÍ THE DAY.
wards of #100,000 to pay their PO
FOOTS and SHOES
The legislature of Washington
The independent lalxir party has ap
Every pair warranted made by white labor,
pointed a oommittec to issue a cal] to; Territory rnoets on the first Monday
of the Be?t Stock lu the market. We also M c M innville ,
yamhill co ., or,
a tialioual convention of the labor of October.
org.nii itio’i, to be held at Philadelphia i
A piece of coal said to weigh on;-
Grain, Grass ar.d Stock Farms
ton has been sent to Seattle to be Ladies. iWHsses & Children’s
III Yamhill and Volk counties For
• laced on exhibition.
on Reasonable lcria>.
Some of our southern brethren are
still “ bloodr d. ” The Secretary of the
A party of four persons, in two For sale bv all the Principal Dealers in Orc- SAW MILLS,
State and the Governor’s Private Sec- days’ fishing, near Dt-er Lodge, Mon gon and Washington TcrnU.ry.
ritary, of South Carolina “ took a little tana, recently, captured 1,007 trout. .% Full und Complete line of the
CITY LOTS AND
twi. t” the other day —the former get
Red Cloud, as a slight concession above Wc-il-knov. il toudsfor^aieat
to the civilization of the nineteenth
l-.irHc«» ileairinir to purctiaae should
or write for circular.
Tim Portland -Veuis has found out century, has had his hair cut short.
that ‘’That Wretched Water” f urnished
The O. & C. R. R. car3 are now
CAHW. NJCKLLSHr 11G
the city of Portland should be frowned marked “ O. C. R. R., O. & T. Co.
129 & 131 Saosome St., Sun Francisco.
A farm of 360 acres, 7 miles 8outh west of
doi.’u upon. We second the motion. Lessees.” O. & T. Co. means Ore
McMinnville, 0.-.; 200, acres in cultivation, 60
Factory 115 & 117 Hayes St.
We will venture the assertion that no gon and Transcontinental company.
more easily fitted for the plow; 100 acre ; tim
city in the United States is cursed with
ber and pasture, good buildings, orchard and
G. F. R os 3, a breakman on the
of email fruits, house and barn
as poor water as is that city, and it is west side road, had his hand so J. K. LONGACRE.
J. B. FLETCHER. plenty
supplied by pipes with running water. Soil
B. F. HAltTMAN.
timu tho people of the place were tak oa Uy crushed, ut Corvallis on Thurs
; no waste land ; lies on county roar
EUR9SKO MARKET, excellent
ing steps to better their condition in day as to necessitate amputation.
in an old settled neighborhood, with school and
church close by. Price $23.00 Tier acre. El
Longacre & Fletcher, Proprietors, qu.re
of WARREN, MAGERS A FRINK,
A sunflower at Newburg, N, Y., is
Real Estate Agents.
Tho following item is copied into the fifty inches in circumference, stands
(Successors to W. J. Garrison.)
Christian Hearald with considerable : our teen feet high, and some of its
prominence, and strikes us as being out leaves are eighteen inches wide.
Having purchased this market, the above CHARLES LAFOLLETT
ot place for a paper that is working for
Our imports average $488,308,451 firm have removed it to the Wallace building,
thegoodof mankind. Indeed it shows
corner of Third uad U Sts., wnera they are
Counselor at Law.
u disposition far from becoming with a for the first five years of the past de prepared to luruuh the public with
cade, against 8>i l,380,«57 for the five
Of fcp««slieri<lan, Yamhill Co., Oregon
tcai ’ier ot Christianity. Here is the
Fiesh VTeats, Sausages of all kinds.
item: “ Tim good work still goes on. years just closed, an increase of 14 Head Cheese, Fresh Fish. Salt and »9
Particular attention giveu to Conveyancing
Near Auburn a Chi: aman shot and kill per cent.
Dried Fish, Bacon, Hains, Eggs,
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
ed ¡mother ill the same as.Melicau man.
Joseph Moore McConnell died at
In fact everything kept in a
TJ E il.'LTEIXSIO.W 1>F THE NAB. Albany the 9tn inst. He first came
to Oregon in 1847, but spent the next FIRST-CLASS MARKET STI.RLIAG R. A.C.. No. 16
Also a full line of fanning i. ¡.L. •nte
two years in California, return¡Fg to
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
Comniittees-from Polk, Yamhill and
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
Wa hiii ttoD counties, Oregon, met at
ing companions cordially welcomed.
I have just received a fine lot of
the St. Charles hotel Monday evening,
Canned Fruits, of all Kinds.
A delegation of ladies at Walla-
Sept. 10, 1883, at 7:30 o’clock, to con
Cash Price paid tor all kinds of
fer with reference to an interview with Walla have filled 309 small satin Fat Highest
17 id 2
Mr. Henry Villard upon the extension sacks of wheat in imitation of grain
of he narrow gnage railroad from sacks, bearing the inscription, “ Sou
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER
4he patronage of this community.
Du: dee, in Yamhill county, to Port venir, Walla Walla, 1883,”
Real Estate and Collecting Azent, and No
LONGACRE A FLETCHER.
tary Public All work pertaining to this line
Farm and Miii R
P.eaeni—H >.1. J. D. Lee, B. ?J. Smith,
to promptly and reliably, Also, man
The First Presbyterian church, on
Hon. M. M. Ellis, Rev. J. S. McCain,
ufacturer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All
FOR SNEE !
work done with neatness and dispatch Head- Fancy Goods,
Hot . Warren Truitt, of Dallas, Hon. Pandora street, Victoria, was almost
•luarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville.
Burbank, Hun. W. D. Fenton, R. totally destroyed by tire on the morn
offers for sale h's pyonorty
v. J Ho
., .1 d .-e W. M. ing of Sept. 5, The insurance on
in Happy Valiey. The farm con i.<> 2s2
All knowing themselves to bo indebted to
Tot isend, of Lai.'.vetle, and Hon. R.
fence ; about 90 ;:crc8 in
me will please come forward at once.imi settle.
H. Tyson, John Winter aud Frank
cultivation ; good hoQto an I barn
My accounts are in the hands of D. H. Turner,
Old h , <,f Washington county. Hon. J. will not .-over the loss.
lent spring water. Also a lair flouring nr.J.on
Postmaster and he is authorized to collect the
The undersigned has for sale a farm of
D. Lee was chosen chairman and Hon.
of the best site8 in Oregon. I will sell
Exa.br oidor y, one
W. D. Fenton secretary.
Washington, Sept. 13.—Total pa same*
whole property at 815 p r a '
26 w 4
W. B. TURNER
i 1VE HUNDRED ACRES,
Uoori motion it was ordered that a per circulation, 8831,757,069 ; total
cash down, the balance on re.i.'Onable time.
committee of three, consisting of Hon. coin, $743,347,573 ; grand total, $1,
Lying 2J miles west of McMinnville. This
Enquire at the R kpoutkr office.
J. D.Lee, Hon. W. D. Fenton and Hon.
farm is beautifully located, and would make
R. 1!. Tyson, be appointed to draft a ¿75,104,743. Assuming the total NOTICE to FARMERS ! thr.’e or four neat farms, all of which would be
suit, ble nemoriiil to Mr. Villard.
population to be 52,000,000, the dis
well watered and in about an equal portion of
U ton motion, the chairman, Hon. J. tribution per capita would be $33.90.
and timbered land—calculated ‘ for farm
I>. Lee, was instructed to ascertain I’he treasury department purchased
or pasture lands.
whether tin interview as a body could
We take this method of giving not:ce to far
be l.uil with Mr. Villard at this time, 29.i,0OO ounces of tine silver for the mers and others who have grain to store (ei
Men’s Boys’, and Youths
200 acres of the best portion for $20 per
and th.:, tho i hairmnn report to the mints of Philadelphia, New Orleans ther in bulk or sacks) and clean, that we are
aero; the balance at $15 per acre-—or will sell
committee ut 11 a m Sept. 11.
and San Francisco.
vhe whole tract at $18 pei acre.
V am motion, a memorial prepared
by Hon. W. D. Fenton was ordered re
Afitorian, September 11:—About
ferred to the special committee, as em
Large and Commodious W.irehouse
bed .ing the views of the entire com 10 o’olock last Saturday night two
[MELscuxr.:t.ùii’s nzr> stami .]
p. W. TODD.
mit :< e. Upon motion, the committee Indians at C ats ip, who had in some and the best of cleaning machinery. We alio J. L. ROGERS.
adjenrned to meet at the same place at way procured liquor, became engag have a
M c M innville ,
11 1. Ill, Sept. 11.
srocu. OF S LCik»
Everthùig sold at Reduc
T in joint committee, nn-t as per ad ed! 1 aquarrel.Both weroon horseback
Third Straat, McMiaaville.
journment. and tho chairman reported and after considerable wrangling, on hand that we will sell at the lowest figure.
that !:<■ hud been unable to arrange an otfe of them, Tom T.tlxan, drove a We will More f-r»r 1 1-2 cento, or Mcv
FINE WINES, LIQTO2S, BEE?. a=i CZGAZ'S
interview with Mr. Villard, owing to knife into tho heart of the other, and Clean ft'or 3 cents per bi&Mlicl.
ROGDHS cfc TODD.
BEER Ô CENT* A CEAS*.
lack of time. Upon motion, the com- Wm. Dnncle. 'I’he wounded man
We will be prepared to pav the Highest
mitt. e instructed th.- chairman to pre
[Successors to W. B. Turner,]
sent tim memorial as adopted. Where- fell off bis horse ar.d died in ten min Cash Price for all kinds of grain. We have
Please call and examine Goods before pur
secured the services of Mr. Fred Archibald, as
upo i tho eommittee adjourned.
book-keeper in tho wareh t.se, who will see
It is to bo regretted that au inter-
litrugs Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Great excitemom w.s cans.vl, last that your accounts are always kept straight.
view could not hiva been had with Mr.
rehfciMiery, Fine Toilet Article«,
F. BAI1XIA4OFF A CO.,
^oups, Couibs, if tkir, Tooth asid
Viil nd on t'lis question, ns it is a mat
Proprietors Carlton Warehouse.
('¡offii brushes, Sponges, Trusses,
ter hat interest* not only Yamhill
Carlton, Aug. 6tb, lcS3— 2lw3.
shoulder Bruces and al] ¡.ru^gists
mark, near the Northern Pacific rail
county but tho entire West Side, and road, of rich gold quartz. Pieces of
the »< oplo would like to know what to tho qunr'z were found by children Slalnglss, Sliia^lss
A full line of
Sappington & Lar? ■' ’
expect concerning tne extension of the of a claim holder. Old miners have
Pakt.', Oils, Varnishes, Brushes and Sasi
roui . Our humble opinion on this examined the specimens and say they
qneition, however, is ns it has been are very rich. The people in the vi
. ver made in this section arc now being man Tt.j Purest Ltqacrs for Meaicinal
IMPROVE YOUR STOCK. I
from the limo that .sir. Villard leased cinity of the claim are greatly excited ufactured
this loud : That it will be years before and projecting parties are searching
Mr. J. J. Henderson, has at his place,5 miles
Tt-0 Bert Brands of Cigars Con veat of Amity, a thorough-bred Jersey Bull, Would call the attent: n of tl.e T
the . o.id is carried through to Portland for ore.
jnported recently from Los Angelos. Those Yamhill and Washington Counties, to tl tact
—if it is ever done.
Cheap as the cheapest and good us the best.
wishing to breed can do so by the seasou for that they have the agency ter aoi; ■■ <«: th. 11 ’
The largest and best stock of
Ynquin.i Post: Work on the jetty Look ut them.
makes of Jartn Machinery, ami. ' wh ih
S5, due at time of service.
iEE ST.1TD CJLEOTIOXS.
they may meution the
will soon wind up, as the appropria
Enquire of F. W. REDMOND, Agent, ai
tion will have been expended. The McMinnville, or of
Zv rbrougut to Yambill County.
MILLER - BOWERS.
The -bit« elections
3 not is a great pity, as the work instead oi
151 STA T1PNEKY
mar, , but
__ s imo of them are of much siopping, should have been pushed t<
• '___ . I.! ;
vc hall carry n full line, consisting of Pape\
owing i is :i complete and accurate completion while everything is it
Deeriag Mcv. cr,
»ft ie best quttlitv,, Envelopes of the latest
goal working ordef. If work is not
th- Dealest style?, etc.
WARRIOR Mawi r,
U. nnccticnt will elect Nov. Gth, one- resumed until n.-xt spring, wo ven
Special attention is called to our Cuttlery, Pure Bloaded
half its senate aud its fall house of
ture the assertion th .t it will cost
idg Photograph and Autograph Albums.
’S HAY RALJ 3,
re pi. smilatives.
Now at tbe stables of
In .’i will elect Oct. 9th, Governor several thousand more to complete
PliT sicintts’ Prescriptions und Fami-
and other state offle. is and legislature. the work than if there ha i been no
i Heripes Carefully Compounded HENDERSON & LOGAN BROS.
Thousands of Brick, of tho best quality, nov
I. V ’ ■ ichnsetts will elect Nov. 6, gov- stopage.
; xil liJUis-ilu) or uiicUl.
1 erm r and other state officer* and,
brick yard of
Ivoti upon tinte proposed amendments
In fact all kinds of Faim Machinery-
A green locking fellow named
'Vo would most respectfully ask a share o
Ito tii” constitution of tlm state, whicl
A. C. SAYLOR,
publics pmr.'r.age, hoping by fair dealing
"JsnsEY fHrar” Not, dropped April 12tb.
mr<>' .ill- (1) tlnr genei.il election* shall Brunson, who had been in a logging
trict attention to business to merit th.
'■ii sire, •• Emperori” dam, “ Miume War-
Ine 1 -Id lh ie.it'.'r in November in each camp, permitted some of the sport- McMinnville, ...
ROGERS Jr TODD.
that the secretary ot ■t Port Townsend to teach him how
P edigree of " E wfehob ” "Emperor” wss>
nt I .'the treasurer and the nttoriiry- to run a foot-race. Tn a remarkably
Hav.ng secured entire control of the van
lo pped Jan. 17tl> 1-75; airo. “ Emperor Bil- Hardware, Crockerywarc Crccsr-
geu il s iali s< rve t n o years and the
formerly run by C. G. SavF»r, .»e abne namec
v , dam --Oliv. a” by imnorted Nentune(>24 ’
ata i auditor four year*, and (3) fix the a! ort time he had sufficiently master proprietor sUruoui u:th the intention»»f man
«‘.7* (232,; r*‘ira»<i-d.m
♦«•r > a ot service of the judges and ed the rules regulating such races t<- utu»-'luring and suppiy.ug this public wui
Nelly Bly, ,226)—imported.
persons knowing themselves indebted to
del s of the Supreme . ourt. und of the iv n a 81,000 purse,, which he did <u brick in any quantity, of a quality guaran A.e All undersigned
P«»>o»GK or -M ixxie W.r,B,--„..MiBnie
will please call and settle.»
ju<l. es of thu District court of the Wedn slay, the 5th inst., much to teed to be as good as the best, and at prices u? Vi ieeousts not settled by the 1st of N wem Warren, «olid fr.wn.dropped March oth. 1874 ■
low as the lowest.
r next w .1 be p aced in the hands of a col, i'7'
ClHth: 'lam- “ Prine,”
*tn, (23<'.i; gr-»nd-dam, “ Princrs” (76V._
M; -wi»sipni will elect Nov. 6, legisla- ;h ‘ surprise and indignati n of hi>
A suitable reduction to purties purehasiaz »c >r for collection.
D. W. COX.
teachers who are now anxious ti large lots.
m ported by W. U. Din «more in 1868.
SaericUn, Sept. 10.1883—m2.
TlBMS—For sen««, n, $5.
N< liraak.a n ill elect Nov. 6th. justice know where this “dark horse’’ bails
Give me a call and see for
HENDERSON ± LOGAN BROS.
of it Supreme court and regent* of the
A. C. SAYLOR.
N v Jersey will elect Nov. ti, »acre
The New York CommtrciallMIc
taiv of state, part of its senate and it,
URGEON X- PHYSICIAN,
lOtiae <t* représentai
----------- — Ive*.
ti i prints a li tter from H. Kains
la rison's Hu tiding, ^Ic^llnuville.
la ’kson of London, an English au-
tary of state, < r.ptroller. treaaurer. th rity on wheat, in which the avail-
Notice i. hereby given th.t on Friday, and
Dr. Boyd has received a full line of Pur»
Otto ney-gt n :■ al, t-iigiueer and survey -
Fr« h Dru;s direct from first hands for the Saturday, Sent. 2«>h and 2?tb. ISM. there w‘ll
or a il both branche* of ii* tegialnture. a I ■ cron of British wheat is set down
* a piiMie exammativu of t. aehera at Me-
tai..'fit of his pations.
•nd vote upon n proposition to al>olisl at 9 000.000 quarters, disclosing a de-
L. H. BAKER,
cont -.let lnnor from the s’ate prisons.
T’vo story Iwe’ling with brick
Co. School Supt. of Ynmhiil Countv.
O! io will elect Oct. 9, governor am* will make it necessirv to import 14, fowi well and cistern with two lots 110x12 '
othi ■ state officer* and legislature, an<>
AU kinds of sn ail fruit, and choice shrubberv
Notice to Hunters
vot< upon three pro) ns: <1 amendme.it- 0 ,00 ' quartern for the United King an dowers. Desirably loOrtte«l. M :$i‘ < -
N'tice is hereby g;ven that all pereon. traa*
to t! i ■ on»t ■’ nffon of the state whicl die t The general situation on the *K 1 For terms ui p y to O. G, BINliliAM
Tho» persons who «re in the habit of tree-
>.i. ng upon my premia«»—th- Young farm,
(1 a d ’ 2,) .. gulnte or prohibit the *ah continent as we ! is in England, he R Estate A’ent.
n ie south side of the Yan-.htli River, tw< assm< upon my premises, enrrvin* «war and
liquor And (3) reoigan
of i t< X1O illiia
sa a, leads many to ex ■ oct a reviv. d
. r >r-h esst ot M Minnvilb-after lb:
lestroving my property, «re berobv notified
H ■»use, barn and six lots. Terms are hal
ire t it* 'i?<1 itiarv of the state.
hat they must stop their depredations, or be
Pi r.nbh . nnu' « ill « lect Nov. 6, audi h i iand and an increese of price ii fnwi i, balance on time. Situated in centra he will be dealt with aevordinz Io law. Se- iraieruted
to the full extent of the 1«*
v to mv property demands this action.
.... .1 a id state lit asarer.
c _ 1-3 »¡ ply to Geo. G
O. .ober and during the winter mon pT i 'U'.'TP*-. For
BINGHAM, Real Astate Agent.
iintH will elect Nov. 6, part of its ths.
McMinnville, Sept. 12,1S83.
A g Jud, ls83—20U.
•Mute nud its full uaaeuibly
Autumn Breezes !
Wirehoussmwh Countrymen. Chinamen ;
Bsgin to Blow.
And now is the time to buy goods cheap
at the great Clearance Sale of
Cahn, Nickp.'sburg & Company's
Real Estate Agents
Warren, Magers & Frink.
B. F. HARTMAN.
For the next 30 days I will sei! at great
ly reduced prices, any and all goods in niy
line, for Cash Only,commencing Sept ;th.
Goods must be sold in order to make < ocni
for my Fa'I Stook, Come one, come all
and get the Best Bargains ever of: r j ¡;i
Don’t forget the place—the Brick Store.
This is not a sham, but strict busine < .?nly
Spring and Summer
FARM FOR SALE.
Saloon & MKuid Hall
CITY DRUG STORE.
Millsr & Bowers' Shingle Mill.
Pioneer Erick Yard
The Westinghouse TI