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ribe I or not. IS responsible for payment.
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" V continue to send it until imyouiit 1»
11 3c and then collect the whole amouet,
L tetiier the piper' is taken front the office or
°3 Tho Courts have decided that refu-ir j.
tn tako newspapers or periodicals from the
' t-oiflce, or removing nud toaving them in
office, is prime facie evidence of inten-
I’ostmaster-tleneral lias decided
• I o Ijostiuasters who fail to notify publish-
Iniwlien subscribers remove, or fail to take
their paper** from the itoaloffioe, shall be re-
Jpunsible for their subscription.
Pioneer White I,ard, pure Haw and Boiled
Linaeed Oil, Lubricating Oil. Varnishes
Brushea, &c., at Hogera A Todd’s.
A f«w have resn-nded to oar call of last
week, and have i »■.:■. in an.j
S-i,'n hnrdred and fifty yet to hear from,
t uuio right along, gentl, men.
H. Saylor, of Portland, was in
town last ihureuay and dropped into tho
l.iteol.Tru oflice for a chat, ilia l>r. talks of
investing m some real estate in town.
All persons knowing thwnselvea iudebted
io me, either by not or otherwise, will call
md suite at once, us . til.-.mm« ,u,ist be
made once a year.
R, F. H artman .
Owing to the names of a number of new
lUbHonbera Inqng add* d to our list, we ruu
short off papers tat week. But the diticier.-
*‘v will be remedied sw we have ordered more
lhe Kentucky Jubilee Singers had a very
•ood house at tips place, last Thursday ev-
ntng. and still complained that they’lost
mon-y. 'They acquitted themselves very
J. E. Holo, Esq., of the firm of Rollins A
•lt:le, merchants at Amity, was in town the
latter part of the week. Mr. Hale informs
us that the firm is closing out and will quit
We are pleased to meet on tho streets our
townsman, <). 11. Adams, who has been con-
uned t<> his room fur the past &ix weeks,
with a severe attack of gciotic rheumatism
.a his right hip.
Oct. 15, l8»3.
Yesterday was one of the brightest, balm
iest, clearest and most beautiful days of the
Douglas Delashmutt and Miss — Chris*
uwn were married last week.
Rev. Peter R. Burnett preached at the
Christian church here, yesterday, morning
Several of our young people attended a
Hon at tho residence of George Baxter last
night. They express themselves as well
pleased with it.
Messrs. Smith, Morse, Pow’ell, Detmer.ng,
and several other parties left for Portland
this morning. The Mechanics’ Fair is the
John Wilsou and wife, of East Portland
were here visiting thoir daughter. Mrs. A. J.
Smith, last week.
Prof. Newell did not succeed in organizing
a class in music here last Wednesday evening
but we believe he intends doing so at an ear
The scurrilous letter written by “ Shoemak
er” amt published m the Sunday Mercury of
Oot. 7th, is, we believe, a gross misrepresen
tation of affairs at this place. While possi
bly there is <ome foundation for part of it,
yet the greater portion is founded on idle
gossip or nothing at all. No person with any
regard for the truth would publish an article
of this character, and “ Shoemaker” was
either misinformed or his low attack was
prompted by a spirit of malice.
L loyd .
MARTIN V8 KETTLEMAN
On Tuesday a race was made between
Martin and Kettleman for $2,000 a side, to
come of at City View Park, Poitlnnd, to
morrow—Friday. Kettleman gives Martin
twelve feet on the start in 100 yards. This
The attention of\
will be one of the moat interesting races immenso bargains no-
aver run in this State, as KetHenna is t»aid »
to be the fastest 100-} ard man in the United
btates, and Martin has never yet been beat
en, although he has been pitted against the
fastest men on the coast.
The stock formerly owned try
gasser A Son will be disposed of
Tun HuMaaau M attes .
The Sunday Mercury quotes what the Iir-
vobteb said last week regarding the attack
upon Hev. Hunsaker, and says that •• the
Mercury has been in receipt of letters from
several parties, stating that the reverend
gentleman is entirely lnuooent and asking a
retraction.” Then it says that ” Bev. Him
saker luay be a saint in the eyes of his
Great Reductions are made in
friends, but we have a statement iu black
and white in this office, signed by a gentle
man engaged in business in Southern Ore
gon, who says that the statements published
last week in relation to Buv. Hunsaker’s at
tack upon the virtue of an iunoceut young
A fine lot of
girl are correct. Using his own language,he
says: ‘I will be responsible for the results. ’ ”
What responsibility ! To hold this " gentle
man engaged in business” responsible for CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
so libelous, damaging all artiolv as that re
ferred to, we imagine, would amount to
about as much as seeking pecuniary redress
from the mangy, irresponsible sheet, whose
sole aim seems to be an attempt to tear Boots jiik I Shoes
down all that tends to deoencynnd morality.
We have been shown an affidavit from tho
young lady who has been drawn into this
Lower than Portland prices.
degradiug contrversy, in which she auys " il
is ail unloniidod lie/’ Other affidavits will
be reoeived in a few days, after which we
shall give the matter a proper allowing, but
until then it is useless to bandy words, ex
cept one point in the last Mercury item in
Cheaper thaw was ever offered in this city.
which it sayB that “The R epobteb has Itov.
I ree|>ectfully invite the public to call and
Hunsaker's word for it that the Mercury
published a malioious arid debasing false examine goods aud prices.
hood against its popular minister.” etc. This
is false, that we know of. as we did not see
W. F BANGASSER.
Mr. Hunsaker for several weeks until last
Saturday we accidentally met him on the
tram. And so far as Mr. H.’s being oua
" (Hipulur minister” is concerned, that is a
mistake. Mr. Hunsaker is a Baptist, and
the KxroBTBB’s proprietor is far from being
a member of that denomination. Wu de
fended Bev. Hunsaker just as we would anv
man who had been grossly mid maliciously
J. T. Simpscn has sold the goods in his
variety store to Litchfield Bros.
Mr. Brown, son-in-law to Daniel Boge,
with his wife, arrived last week from Illinois.
He comes with tha intention of making his
home among us.
There has not been a case of scarlet fever
within five miles of Sheridan, and the school
is in successful operation.
All Sheridan was glad to have our old
friend, W. F. Lemon, of Salem, with us sev
eral days last week. Come again, “ Klip.”
On last Tuesday night Ed. N. Faulconer,
Oct. IB, 1883.
before going to Portland to attend Conuuw-
cial College, gave the boys and girls a social
Mr. Johnson was in town last week looking
party. They had music, plays, supper and for a site to start a cabinet shop. He is from
a good time generally.
Portland and has the reputation of being n
S. C. Foster has purchased the town hall first class mechanic and a gentleman.
The two millim rv stores at this place
Mrs. Ella Wicks, of Kalama, is in town
Water raised a trifle in the Yaiuhill.
’rive had their prand oiwniings, and people Lemon for the sum of one thousand dollars. visiting her lister, Mrs. Wm. Morgan.
familiar with such matters say that the dis Cheap as dirt.
Frank Parsons is in town visiting old
Go t<> Corker, Lafayette, fur timothy seed. play and arrangement of goods could not
A few more farms for sale or rent around friends. He has been engaged selling books
Don’t forget to settle your subscription, ’lave been surpassed.
for some time.
| at once.
VVliat an improvement it would make in
Dr. B. F. Adkins, of New Ross, Indiana,
George Laughlin, who is attending sohool
Potatoes have got down to 50 cents per our public .school house and grounds if they nephew of Capt. Lafollett, who has been at the Grove, was up and spent Sunday with
traveling through the Northwest, arrived the folks.
x> be r* - retted that this district is too poor here last week.
Star Coal Oil, 150 test, for sale by Rogers to fence the premises.
Mrs. Meaner, of Southern Oregon, is visit
We passed through McMinnville just after ing her sons, Wm. and Philip.
| A Todd.
'Talk about your I g things ! but two oab- the ra. and an over nice man asked the
Many wells in this section have gone en- • ;
Mont a Stewart left last Saturday for Mos-
it in to n ff Mr. Alffr I Smith, question, “ Why don’t they make a road
•f Moore’s Valley, take the lead. They ar§ around this town so that we can go co, Idaho, on a visit. His wife accompanied
as far hs Portland.
below without passing through these abomi
Martin and Kettleman, at Portland, to itich, and as sound as a dollar.
Miss Nellie Smith left for her home in
Am SI a Idea says; ' Tell the folks that I
Cyrus Beebe, U. S. Special Indian Agent, Dayton, W. T., to-day.
Did you sae the eclipse 011 the moon last lave got a Gilpin sulky plow, that is the
arrived at Grand Rondo to investigate the
l4th,18H3, by Fred Archibald,
1 Monday night ?
idriest draught plow in Oregon—I don’t charges preferred ugainst P. B. Sinnott. J. Married,Oct.
P., Mr. Brack Craft and Miss Lettie
For Children’s Hats and Bonnets, go to •.are a tig whether its a walking plow or not; Indian Agent, by Mr. Mulligan. It is not Smith, at her borne.
md don't forget to tell the folks about it.” known here what course the investigation
Russ A Foster's.
Oct. llth,1883, at the residence of bride's
Last Thursday was the 20th anniversary of has taken or what the result will be.
Mils Ella Lee Woods spent Sunday at her
parents' by Judge W. M. Townsend. Alfred
w idded life f.»r Air. anti Mrs. A. L. Newgard,
Rev. John McIntire, of the Sheridan Cir McClintic and Miss Ora Johnson, all of
md we learn th it in tl evening they were
This is the season to get your maple given a Mipiisn by their numerous friends, cuit, will preach at the following places and Yamhill county. We wish them all happi
time : First Sunday, Sheridan 11 a. m., Har
leaves of u 11 shades.
and received many fine presents at their
- mony 3 p. m., Buells Chapel 7 p. m.; Second ness and success.
H. H. Burton and family left last Friday,
Corker of Lafayette, k-eps first quality hands.
Sunday, Jones’ school house on Muddy at
for east of the mountains. He does not C reation G utting L opsided .
harrows and hay cuitcrs.
A foot race has been arranged between 11 a. in., Bellvue 3 p. m , Gopher Valley 7 p. know where he will locate.
Would respectfully announce to the Ladiea
m. ; Third Sunday, Bal ston 11 a. in., Sheri
The sun did not cross of McMinny ille and vicinity that they have
Apples are selling at from 50 to 75 cenis Martin and Ryan—Lhe trainer of Pendegas— dan
7 p. m.; Fourth Sunday, Willamina 11
o take place at Salem on Saturday next, for
Rev. H. C. Morgan was called to Lafayette
^r bushol, ywing to the quality.
removed to the new building opposite the
-. > a si le. Mi rtin h mdicaps Ryan ten ft. a. m., Upper Willamina < p. m., Highland 7 to-day to preach the funeral of Charles Ja
until the 23rd day of Grange Store,
Rev. Sellwood will hold services at the in I ■ ' • irds. 1'i.i; will be an interesting p. m.; the third Wdtinus* ay evening of each cobs. Death was caused by relapse of ty
September, making two
S Episcopal church next Sunday.
race, as Ryan is said to be a fast man.
phoid fever. His wife and parents have the
eclipses in October.—
AlcAl inn vii le, Oregon,
People hud better quit
There are several vacant houses in town sympathy of the entire community.
James Walt has gone to settle nearCheny,
Our „■ - • i i 'I '
W. I ■ :no a, who has
sweuring and drinking
W. 1. Good luck attend him.
been interested in the ”1 igle” lumbering
John Mode and family left yesterday for
intoxicating liquors.— and have received a splendid stock of
uni 11, has dispose i of his In1 real in the miu children should attend school. A good many east of the mountains, somewhere in Jack-
Col.Chris 'Taylor was in town last Thurs busiiie-
About 11 o’clock on tho
, to HemBtook J Harvi y. and intends large boys and girls are growing up in our son county.
night of Oct. 15th, the
day, lo »king as pleasant as ever.
making a trip to his old boms in the Fast,
moon was covered
The down trains aro crowded with people it.* will »tart abouttta mi utb* of next month. in the matter further than to talk about it. down near Middleton. We are sure Dr.’s ne\* with an eclipse on the south side, about
on their way to the iMechanics’ fair.
“Only a pants button” has not been very Give the boys and girls an education if you neighbors will be satisfied with him. as lie is like the. accompanying eugraving.
iappun two weeks
J. (’. Cooper has the most handily arrang popular of lai j — owing to the average house give them nothing else. A few good books a good physician and a gentleman. We wish eclipse of the run will happen
wife having obtained tho sequel—‘‘Only a newspapers and magazines shoifld always be him success in his new quarters.
ed house we have seen ill the town.
subscription to the R eporter before that
i nd as she drams away kept on the center table, and the children
Asa McKern and Wm. Clark left to-day happens.
Goods were never sold as low in MCMiun at the piano, the young husband threads the will take to reading them as naturally as to
for Monmouth to attend school. H. F. Bed-
villa as at Hartman’s Clearance Sale.
u die and wonders to himself if *twere ev play.
well also left for Monmouth to-day.
S. D an .
Abie Talmage came up from below. Satur
French Flowers in Velvet, Plush and Silk,
Wm. Malone and family have moved inte
All persons indebted to tho undersigned and
day, and spent Sunday in McMinnville.
Mr. J. II. Stine, who worked in this office
W. S. Ladd came up from Portland and for sev< I weel ome time pinoe, was in
Oriiamof livery Description«
T raveler .
day of Nov., 1883. and tneroby save costs.
town and came in to see us. Tuesday. He
spent Sunday at his “ Broadmead” farm.
Oct. 1G, 1883.
This is the last call.
uns purchased the material for a paper at
In fact everything to be found in a millinery
Little Jennie Snyder has recovered from (ndependi noe, s id p ipe;' to be c.illed tlie
The good people of this town were great-,
W. F. B anqasser .
or notion store.
her attack of pneumonia, but is very weak.
“West Side.” W< ¡Ji him success in his ly shocked last Thursday night to hear of
A man by the name of A. Williams made
Please give us a call, and vou will be con
vinced that we have the best goods and most
Remember the Open Temperance meeting undertaking.
the sudden death of Mrs. A. J. Ferguson, his advent into this county about one week
a the 31. E. Church, next Sunday evening.
Last Wednesday we rooeived a pleasant wife of Hon. J. L. Ferguson, of this place.— ago, who evidently thought he had just struck
Mi and Mrs. O. R. l»«-.:n. of Eu- Mrs. Ferguson had been in poor health for the place he was looking for. The first night
Charlie Payne is back to his oid anvil in mU from
City, v. ho w< re in town on a \ ibii. and
W. T. Booth's Shop. We told you so, Charlie ¡Jrs. B. wishing to see a power prew run. sometime, but not supposed dangerously ill; he was in town he stole about $25 from difn
M c M issvills , Oct. 18, 1853.
L.idies* attention is especially called to the came in for that p irp>se. Mr. B. is a br.*tlt- so that ber sudden death was wholly unlouk- ferent parties, the next morning when he Wheat, fier uusuel......................
Cloaks and Dolman s at the Clearance Sale. r of J. R.. and has many aeqaainhmees in ed fur. It seems that the immediate oause was going down the bay, just before starting Flour, per barrel........................
of her death was rheumatism of the heart, hr called at G. W. Fcrnside’sstore, when Mr. Oats, |»er bushel...........................
Mr. Harvey Jones, of Amity was in town
'The neatest present we have had for a long as 1 hear, of which she died about 7 o’clock F. was dulled to the door, Williams took from Dried Apples, per pound......... .
the lore pan of the week and came in to see
Celebrated California Made
p. m., Oct. 11th. Mrs. Ferguson was a pio his counter a silver watch worth sfJS and a rimas, per pouuil.....................
Patrick Casev,who brought in a peck or more neer of ’47, at which time she came across pipe worth $8. lie was arrested at Garibal Bran, per ton................
Hee the “ Romkey*’ Adjustable and Fold . if
ilt gr ipias lim-as we ever saw, the plains with her father, John Bird, of this di uiid sentenced to jail for thirty days.
Feed, tier ton............. .
ing Iron Harrow at Hodsons'. 'They are the sweet and delioious. They came from the place. Since then she has lived in Oregon, Last night he was invited out to take a walk, Ground
Potatoes, par bushel
.John Brooks farm, in Happy Valley, lvlr. and I think in Yamhill county, up to the or rather a moonlight ramble, by about thirty Onions, per pound.......................
or forty citizens of this county and given Bacon Sides, per poiiud.............
Rev J. Hoberg will hold divine service at Casey will plea? acq pj th< ti’anks of ye time of her death. She was in her 4Gth about
Every pair warranted made by white labor,
thirty.hujHeA with A good h . w hide and
year ’The funeral took place from the fam
ihe M. E. Church next Sunday at 11 o’clock printers.
Ham, per pound.........................
of the Best Stock in the market. We also
residence to the church, where a touch recommended to go to a warmer clime, and I Shoulders, jwr lanind.................
Fourteen new pupils have already entered ily
ing sermon was delivered over her remains
When you go to Lafayette don't fail to g* Ju* sclnwil at the CiJlcge for the second half by the Rev. Jos. Hoberg, thence to the men believe that Tillamook is not a healthy Lard, per pound..........................
Butter, per pound................... .
find see Corker, the boss hardware-man ot , ih ha J just 1 c m. Among these ¿enry burying ground, where she was de place for such,
Ladies IMissos & Children’s
Eggs, per dozen.......................
ire 1 1A. i!■’!■. Sf oi Foresl
by the side of her mother. Mrs.
I, i' b<> ol i.el iy< tte. Mor posited
dry Hint, per pound ... .
Rev. T H. Henderson is expected to preach gan Backus, of Astoria, and W. S. Thomp atives aud friends, and highly respected by
Hides, green, per poimd............
Woman Suffrage Question.
in the C. 1*. Church next Sabbath, morning son. of Albany.
all the Principal Dealers ia Ore
all who knew her. She leaves a number oi
Wool, per jioiliid .......................
gon and Washington Territory.
Pro m le of Open I mp< i ince netting children, whose character and standing,
E ditor R eporter Before introducing • Tallow,
shows what a good mother’s influence can subject for your columns, it is proper to
Old papers for sale at this office in endless Oct. 2‘. at the m . E. Church at 7 :3n p. m
A Full aud Complete line of tit*
Chickens—grown—per dozeu. .45
quantities. Just the thing for putting un
p. marl s hj P h - lent, ffo ku I«4 ’’X p™y*-r do toward raising good men and good wo
above AYeiNknowu <<oudk for Sale
by Rev. A. J. Hunsaker.
at his loss, aud it will be some time, if ever, frage State Central Committee” are making
A. L. Saylor. Dayton's popular druggist,
before he gels over it. His many friends arrangements with the publishers of all
Address by Rev. Crawford.
Free Press ” man, hove around
earnestly sympathize with him.
Reading by Miss Emma Matthew«.
County papers throughout the State to se
Hardly had the angel of death quilel cure a column in each, to be devoted to the
Address by Rev. Hunsaker.
Just received, now Hats. Plumes and
one house of mourning than he entered an interest of the " Pending Amendment” to
CAIIY. NICKELWVHU A. C’O.V
C ommittee .
Wings, Ornaments and Handkerchiefs, at
129 A 131 Sausome St., San Frauoisoo.
Bass A Foster’s.
I. a »up of coffee and a other and laid his icy baud upon Charles the Oregon State Constitution, which is to
Jersey Bull Factory 115 A 117 Hayes St.
fresh Tally and Candy ill plenty, Jacobs, son of Mrs. Jacobs, of this place. remove the disabilities that prevent women Pure Blooded
Our young friend, J. J. Flynn, left us for nu t
California, the fore par. of tlu« week. We \..v leand Funnj Booki Cig raand robac- and nephew of James Olds, well known in citizens from tho exerci.39 of the f ranch is ?.
Now at the stables of
•o • but now is the time, boys, to treat the this county. Mi Jacobs had been living at
wish him well.
And we arc pleased to state that publishers,
-irlsto a p’ab'oi l iesh Oysters. Remember
Mr. Henry Ridgeway has removed from the place
the Bakery, aud Gusseu the a saw mill up on the North Yamhill, where generally, are cordially yielding to our re HENDERSON & LOGAN BROS. J. 11. LONG ACRE.
J. B. FLETCH’««.
this place to Spokane Falls, W. T., where he
he was taken sick, but partially’ recovered, quests.
M c M innville , oreoon
will go into business.
We find scores of voters, frpm Portland to
Dr. Hinkle, Princip 1 of the National Sur when he formed a desire to come down to
Frank Morrison and — Russel, a fell >w _.}i. | l;,, •,ut<
. -i .. I>« • ifiion 319 Bush Lafayette, a trip that he undertook on a the California line, wholly ignorant of the
printer, were in town and came in to see ns.
San Francisoo. CaL * will be at Hillsboro
Lonyacre & Fletcher, Proprietors,
fact that such an amendment is before the
one day this week.
>’ ■ ,
d M< Minnvill Oot. 30 1-3. fd friends at the mill. It seems that the trip people, which lhey will be called upon to 1877 ; sire, •* Emperor;” darn, - Minnie War
or change brought on a relapse that run in
(Successors to W. J. Garrison.)
City marshal Sliuck has had his face ban
P edigree of “ E mperor ” u Emperor” was
jfor this Institution. DtaMMOff the to a complicated typhoid that been rue un fore we take thia method of enlightening
daged the past week. And it waan t a very i
manageable. and after a hard struggle he
large “pet, either.
breathed his last about huif-past nine Sat the masses on this question, since no voter ly ,” dam “Oliveu” by imported Neptune(124);
cltroni.; diseases, Sp ciaiti s.
urday evening, Oct. 13th, aged between 20 in this commonwealth has a moral right to grand-dam, “ Olivea” (232) ; great grand-dum
H iving purchased this market, the above
it's getting flu that a man has to gt t up in
and 21 years. Charley Jacobs, the affection vote uj»n any question unintelligently.
re moved it to the Wallace building,
the middle of the night if he wishes to go off
These columns, or an occasional article, •'Nelly Bly,”(226) ijnported.
P edigree of “M innie W arren ” “Minnie corner of Third and C Sts., where they ar«
on the 5:45 A. M. train.
U n h ' 'u. th-*M •Minnville Furniture store panion was well known in every part of the are to be filled by any persons who are inter Warren,” solid fawn, dropped March 5th, 1874 ; prepared to furnish the public with
Loty has been out with his little vt-looi- m n His stock <>f Chairs, Bureaus. Lounges county, and many will feel grieved who read ested in tbv question at issne, demanding lie
” Beacon Comet,” I 1th : dam, “ Princes’* Frewli MeRta« 8ai««ugra off all kinder
pedy several times during the week. He etc are unsurpaased. Besides this he has a of his death, llis remains were taken from expressed opmiona of the editors of the sev sire,
stock of Wall I’ap-r. in all shades and figures the residence of Mr Ungerinau, the home of eral papers on the question, unle ss voluntary Ilh, (2302^: grand-dam, “Prin««” (761)-*-
can just make 'er “git.”
Head Cheese, Fresh Fish, Anil and
that is worth looking at. All of this he offers Mrs Jacobs, to the church, where Rev. Hu on their part. We only ask for a candid, imported by W. B. Dinsmore in 1868.
Dried I 'lais. Huron, Hamm
Do not fail to get the benefit of the Clear fo^ sal«* at the most r is*»nable figures. Go berg preached the funeral Bermon. thence to fair and honest consideration of such ex
T e h m s For sea son, $6.
ance sale at B, F. Hartman’s. You will lose and a e if this is not the case; and wbilethe: e the Masonic burying ground, on the John planations. suggestions and arguments as
HENDERSON A LOGAN BR08.
In fael everything kept in a
a good bargain if yon do.
take a look at those wool inatresses and pil son farm, and there interred. Mr. Jacobs shall, from time to time, be given in these
leaves a wife to mourn his death. He bad columns. This is now purely a political
Our old time friend, Jerome Martin, was Io,vs— .ilso iu*.it and «-heap.
been married but eight weeks, six of which question and merits all the attention and
down from his home in l iuatilla county, on
an prejudiced consideration that any other
a flying visit, during the week.
; l.n< it !ini«Hir< Unit " ■ W...K a
the I. O. G. T.. of which Order he was a con vital one is entitled to. if the demands of
We shall also carry a stock of
the amendment are not bns;d
Mr. James Ladd has sold his farm near ,»,T ’ anil we I....I*1’-*“ •>> 'r've " H* 11
principles of justice and right—the very
Amity to F. C. Papa for sffll.BBO. and will be be if it 11k.'s all winter. Here is our veision
tiinued Fruit», of all MAa4«w
As an offset to the sad chapter of deaths same upon which this government was
<rf the matter this w, -I; : At first tlie jury
come a resident of this place, soon.
II igh' -t Cash Price paid tor all kinds of
.t.xxi ten for ne'iiiii al and two for oonvic- in the last week, we have quite an avelanche founded and is ppriieluated— the same that
We learn that in the foot race between tio.i; not 1«ma aide to auri-e on this point of weddings:
are incorporated into every political plat
John Hulery, of Lafayette and Ed. Getuhell. th v < h aiL'.-d over and liop cl to find a ver-
The first we will note was W. L. Bradshaw form—the same as endorsed by every mdi-
We would moat reapeetfully ask a share off
of Amity, the latter came out winner.
the patronage of this community.
■ h a of <’iiltv of ass mil, and to this * .even to Miss Lizzie Littlefield, at the residence vicinal voter in this government. We want
to be convinced of the fact, and our oppon
¡ur,«i. o ■* anding out for acquittal. The
If anybody asks you who repflired th
LONGACRE A FLETCHER.
ent« ought to I m » able and willing to do it, or
hose carrige so neatly, tell them it was done matter may assume a diderenl version by 1883, Judge Loughary officiating.
by Rasmus Nelson, the wagon maker.
Next. Oct. 13th. 1883, at the the residence quests, and vole “ Yeu” for the amendment,
■*‘*1“1 townsmen were talking of the bride's father, W. M. Townsend, of next June.
C om .
County Clerk Speneerand his depnty. ('.
Lafayette, by Rev. Jos. Hoberg. G. C. Chris
McMinnville, Oct. 15,1883.
W. Talmage, were up and stayed over night
tenson and Sophia E. Townsend.
with relitives, the latter part 0* the we?k.
•Oct- 13th. 1883, at the Essex Hotel. Jutfay- P bogrammk .
as to th*- I"---'t m".ins of mukiiig thb lake a
Mr. R. 8. Ingals. of Newberg, paid us a
t.Mhe city; also suggss- ptte, Oregon, by Rev. W. M. Townsend,
Of the I’hilergian Society Saturday, Oct.
pleasant visit on Monday. He has been do tiii.' i.i -I .............. 1 •
4 ” '* Jake Douglas DelasUmutt and Ella Chrisman.
ing considerable plastering in town, of late.
Oct. 14th. ¡883, at the residence of the
bride's father. North Yamhill, bv Ehler W.
The Rainbow Heating Stove is the b< si
fib - » " e< all a.' h : an»th.r we* Vf. Townsend, Alfred McCienlick aud Anna
I Third M
heater known. The cheapest place to buy none
Recitation Mta Ollie Powell.
f l, or of uetti.nu . di. iirer to deepen the Johnson.
them is at Hodsuns', Masonic Hall Building. m
[SUCCESSORS TO R. H. TODD.]
Rending—J. G. Kay.
v.-^:.v -dl n.-.vii-ate
(On block eaot ot Planing Mill, twu door* east
Selection—Miss Emma Wright.
Hodsons hnvi» jnst received *the L argf ;
t third m M that i I iad of o-jt-fish
of livery stable,)
C heapest and B fst lot of Heating Stove I „ , -I I ..... . arrive ....... the " Stat -s f Tthe bride's father. George Christenson, West
. k.ii -tie w ,te s. s l.-.le a four-.h '.’behalem, by Judge W. M- Townsend, J. T?
from San Francisco ever brought to McMinn
Declamation -41 Powell.
W.H. BNCHAM, PRO.,
I-,.,, l' t,.„ !<• ill it with ein> wild
Recitation—M um Anna Young.
At North Yamhill. Or.. Oct. litliL 1883. by
!>.. a Ivtler inv. stm. nt. and a frfth remarke.
Carries a full stock of Furniture, Carpets, Wail
Prince says its a burning sham* for any
. . I I til I. a .
>-i ’ll H J. b5
T. Archibald, J. P., B. Cruft and Nancy
Paper, Bird Cages, Baby Carriages, Ac., which
young lady of McMinnville to register nt ‘„ten., t. ■
■ I'!, -vamp land set;« Smith.
Election of Officers.
he wile at prices so reasonable that none cau
the Portland Hotelsas being from Suu Frjn ™xth thou. M it W-nl.l I .’ U tter to havs.
80 you see that while death is busy de
rs,|.,n.- • .1 Ft . ' •
111 lb< Vl
pt pleting. life, strong and active, ia preparing
Repairing done in a neat end substantial
■ Fx<re*mly f*»ud of fr »fs ; then the »0 make up the loss.
TOD SC< o AWI> < ll.4H\
Quarterly meeting for the M. E. Chur n. • hov
M arried .
‘t * • t't’1
South, will be held nt the Happy N al . v .
At the residence of Thus. Bynam. in Mc
school house next Saturday and Sunday. |
Please call aud examine goods and prices.
Minnville. Oregon, Sunday, Oct. 7th., 1K83. I'ATFAT vii Dii IBI S
siulitli w is a cenll. inan who lives eloae to th.
Oct. 20th and 21st.
Oct M. 1X83.
Ink. - nd ■ vns <■ ’0 ...I’.ial.le in. pt-rtv there
by A. R. Baker. City Recorder. Mr. Charta TO IL FT «IMMhS WOTIOAB, FT< ETC
Wm. SoTace «»4 Sanrael Borll retnriud !.i:t not ls.ii’- in l"’s’b' »<• dion t inv. a fie
Bynam and Miss Leona Roy. both of Yam
from the Snake river country. I h»'S#> gen
- " what tli.-v di l w.ih th * n..bl,. Urly of water
We understand that another saloon will be hill county.
- J that .’ii.’l. I verv
tUmen have lartre intereeu. *M alix*k in tnai >f
All isrtics iudabud to me ar« hereby neti-
At the McMinnville Hotel. Od. 17th. 1M3. all hours, day or n ght.
fairi . but wh.-rt - an ■ on of the P'J’rtv re- Parted here soon.
section of country.
fied th a they must settle the same by Nov.
Elder E. E gm , Mr. Fred Kleiver and Mil*
m irked that a « ’ "*
,,r 1 *'• ""¿t?1
Charlie Burch, of Amity, waa in town one I>v
1^», ■•<h«rwiMj their accounts will he
We wen fav >red with a pleasant call e® I
■ ' 1 •
' * “bl1"
day laat week.
Compliments received for which we return owest Ilyina rate , Give ns a call and see fo plac <i m the hands ol an attorney, for eolleo-
Tnesdav evening from Or. J. Polkman. edv tanatta« io p-a. that point with apparatus
i'bin is business.
J. C. CASWELL,
Our populr.r Sheriff, E. B. Collard, was in
tor of the " States Z itung. “ of I ortlaml. th< liefitawere Mmsa out and the whol.
I ant Journey through life.
town this morning.
McMinnville, Or.. June 21. ’81 29tf.
McMinnville, Get 11—td.
who has been mekito? a tour of the valley in crowd w<pt, ia darkaeat
tUb interest of his paper.
For Cash or Produce.
Misses Russ & Foster
Cahn, Nickfilshurg & Company’s
New Goods !
ROBISON & BAKER