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TOPICS OP THE Oil .
A fellow at Macon, Ga„
shoot Hauk Beecher.
No other com plain U are .<» insidious in I heir
attack a*those affecting tbe throat .'«•«! lungs:
Ikilie so trifled Willi lit the majoril v of > Illli I'-
ers. The ordinary rough or cold/ i« 'tilling
perhaps from a trifling or iihr«»^sri»»iis «x
poNure, is often Imt tlo- liegiiiniig of a fatal
bn’kners. A\ I uS < ni uux I' i ^ i <» ii \ i . Ii.is
W«’ll piovrit its rlhc.'H'x tn a f«nfj
with throat and iiiiir «iisu.i-< -, i^d should t«e
taken in all rase» u ilhout <!• lay/
Sheriilali is Lieutenant-General of
the United Staten army.
B. S Rilly of Chicago lias given
$100,(MM) to an orphan school.
At tile lime of his assassination,
Antony owed Caesar$15,00tl,l>0<l.
Moscow, Idaho, a small town, lias
a public library of 100<l volumes.
A Terri)»!» Ctutgli (yi*<*<l.
“ I It I n .'.» I t«M»k : s< \« i.- «■«»hl/ liich .iff« c»ei|
mv fti 1«. I had .* t« 11 ilih* »■«■¿It, ami p., <|
rn.-ht aiier inglii wilhoui . h • Tl-e »i«.«-tois
p .v«-me tip. I li<«l A x i i. < hi i.l.s l’i <
t'»n»i., u | ii «-1 i r< li« v»-«l mylungt, indnc»-«|
sleep, and itlordvd »..«• lb
t<»r the recovery <>f n>v /’englh. |$\ il.u
Cmil«l in«t use of the |’|/t<>KAL a peiinit-
n* lit «-lire v. is elleef•d.
•("" «• J« ;ns
oid, hal»« ai’d lienrlv, an ”*'* FaLsiied jour
CnrurtY l i t i.«i: a i. r t»‘‘ me.
II..1: \< F\ ii . i i :«« iih u.”
liockingl-.am, \ t., Ju* 15» l&e-.
In ]Ud2 a cigar 98,870 miles long
was smoked up by the people of this
Bisinark is devising a scheme to
prevent further immigration from
Sealskins have advanced 50 per
cent in price, owing to the meager
catch of seals.
There were «even accidents on
the Central Pacific lines tn Califor
nia last Thur 5day,
During a life of 70 years, a man is
said to drink 101.| hogsheads of wa
ter, Fellows will deny it.
Delegate Singheiser, of Idaho, now
in Washington, urges the disfran
chisement of the Mormons.
It is proposed to consolidate the
customs distrites of this State into
two. Portland and Astoria.
A special from Boston says bet-
ting is one hundred to ninety against
Butler’s election next Tuesday.
In 17(10 there wan one lawyer if
the United States to every 8,000 in
habitants. Now there isone to every
A new road from San Francisco to
Denver via Santa Cruz is talked of.
The company has $75,000,000 to be
The government has retired and
pensioned a white mule which Gen
eral Sherman says has been in the
service since 1859.
The Astor family will celebrate
this month the centennial of the de
parture of old John Jacob Astor from
his native shores of America.
A car containing 30,000 carp for
distribution it) western waters from
Wisconsin to Oregon will start over
the Northern Pacific Tuesday next.
The Georgia law of the rebellion,
granting divorces to loyal Southern
women whose husbands were in tbe
Union service, has just been repcal-
A narrow gauge railway is to as
cend Pike’s peak from Manitou to
the summit, a distance of thirty miles
with maximum grade of 300 feet to
It is now said that Justice Harlan,
since lie condoned the recent civil
rights decision, has grown to be a
strong Presidential favorite with the
The English government and rail
road authorities offer a reward of $5,-
000 for the arrest and conviction of
the persons causing the late explo
sion in London.
The national fish cominisson is
about to send uue car-load of carp to
the Louisville exposition and another
for distribution along the line of the
Northern Pacific road.
special from Winnipeg says:
The Canadian Pacific is unable to
get across the Selkirk range of the
Rocky mountains and work has been
suspended for this year.
The “ bears” or “bulls” or ene
mies of some sort are saying that the
Pacific engineers cannot find a cross
ing through Kicking Horse Pass. It
was found Hftveral months ago.
Reduction in the price of newspa
pers has reached Detroit. The price
of tbe daily I'oxt and 1‘reHx has been
cut down from $10 to $7 per year, or
3 cents a copy instead of 5 cents.
Sunset (’ox recently said in an in
terview with a press representative:
“You might as well expect to run a
powder mill In hell as an honest gov
ernment with an overflowing treas
Matthew Arnold, the poet ami
critic., now in this country, says,“ I 'm
afraid I shall not get at the head of
real American Life.’’ lie will find
a fair sample of it in the Pacific
It is said that Ameri 'an companies
have completed over l,6(M5 miles of
railroad in Mexico, investing therein
themselves constructed «¡35 miles of
road, and English companies have
built 353 miles.
fl. L. SAYLOR
A Ai/her’b Tribute.
•• While in lie roup A' hud wii t- r my lit I Io
I •y. three .«s«rs«.ld i,b taker- ill with » rt«up;
it seemed i t if Im ' '*"1
l.tlbxi. <>in*««f tlur*"- t' m ".; est« <1. tlu- use
<•1 A x l.l.'s «¡ hr »
T« ira a b< lib- <-f
xvhi -it was 1 hvay
in the house. 'I his
was Iri«*d 1.1 sit-y nn*l frequent dos* s, Hi.d
to our deii-'ht n»CSs than half an In ur the
little patirn. wi^’^ nGcmf « asily. The <!<««•-
tor said tint
( I’lKH' l’i < iorai . had
saved nivtiirli s bit . fan you wonder at
our gr.ititu.lMi,.< 1« 1 \« iirs.
I.' I .'IMA G t dni : v .”
15!) West 1/h S|., New York, May 1G, ks2.
•• I have y d Ax ; r ' s C herry P ectoral
in my Ian * t<>r sevt-ral years, ami »Io not
hesitate h»n'uD<pm« e it the most effectual
rrui ’ilv fo cuugljs and colds we have ever
A. I. crane .”
Lake Cc a1« ^mu., March 13, U82.
•• I snip ' for^igltt years from Bronchitis,
and attet-Aing ! bau y remetiirs with no suc
cess. I ms '• uc»U»y
the us«- of A y i i .’’ h C iii i ;.
rx 1*1« 01. 1..
»losi Pit W alden .”
Byinia< Mis^April 5, 1H-2.
•• | onn- tsayinougli in praise of A yer ' s
C itiurv pHTGtu. believing as I <!<» that
hut 0r it* nse pliould long since have died
fr ».iiimig trouffs
!’. B kagdon .”
I’aestmv, Te», April 2” 1W2.
N> case of aiaffeetioii of the throat or
hugs exists wliih cannot be greatly relieved
by the use of > ER’S ClIKRRV PECTORAL,
aul it will allies cure when the disease is
nut already bejnl the control of medicine.
Dr. J. C. Ay’4 Co., Lowell, Mass.
SoDy all Drngpsts.
Rev. Mier Wilds’
Th«’ Jtov. Z*. Wild«, wtll-knoivn « fly
miflgloimry New York ami brother
of the late eiaeut «1 mlp IV «hl-, «>f the
Ma8»achuse^ Supreme Court, writes
“78 E. 5UW-. A’'?" Yorl V<«// in. 1>;s2.
M e ^ siu *. •!. • ve ; c & (!<>.. R-ikiiiuiien :
Last wiiitv was trout1 <1 with a most
uncotnfortab iteliini» knuor aticetiiig
more especi.’ my imibs, a hieli itcheti so
intolemmy * « iubi . and »rued so inti nse-
ly. that I c< I fr'arc' iy Var any clothing
over them, w.w -also a sufferer from a
severe catna and cfttarliHl cough; my
appetite xvaixior, and if system a good
deal run «M'- tn<|win the value of
AYER’*» S a I aparu . ia . I v observation of
many other ases, ai<| frun personal use
in former yjrs, I i'tfln iakir.g it for the
above-namei diw»r*M> My appetite im
proved ahnlt fron tlie first «lose. After
a short tid the ver md itching were
allayed, an. all son of irritation of the
skin disappired. y citarrh ami cough
were also fired t the same means, and
my generaiiealthrcatly improved, until
it is now dcellen I feel a hundred per
cent stronur, andattribnte these results
to the usdof i BS arsa p x kii . lv , which
1 reconmnid witill ci ntidence as the
best blood medic!« vei devised. I took
it in sms] dose»roe times a day, and
used, in aj. less I two bottles. I place
these fact! at y service, hoping their
publication may jxxl.
Yours B Spcctf,
Z. P. WfLDS.’’
The ahofe instais but one of the many
constantly comingur notice, which prove
the perfect adapjty of A yer ’ s S arsa
parilla to the |of ail diseases arising
from impure or kcrished blood, and a
( Bangasser’s building on B street.]
Here is where you can get your money's
(H ucchmokh tu NKLWON « BIRD.)
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
School Supplies, Ac.
and everything in the line of meats, ot the
best quality the country affords. Also the
Bost of Bolognas.
Give us a call ami be satisfied.
BANGA88ER A PAULUS.
01 the Latea! Vertette, of
D. P. HARVEY,
G. H. HEMHTIK'K,
C. W. I li'.M I ■
Henistock, Harvey & Francis.
To the Farmers of Polk and Yamhill
Prop’s of the
Eagle laiiiih»-i*iiig Will«.
We keeps full stock of
If you want tlie Bain Wagon, goto l.itnccf ield A Cook9«« Amity.
11 you want the Oliver Chilled Flows, ailsizes, or the Cassidy Sulky Plow, go to
l.uncefarid A l ook’s Amity.
It' you want the Moline Scotch Clipperplows, both
wood and steel beams; it you
want the ol«l reliable Garden <’ity Plows, a'lsizes, go to Lani fiield A Cook’*. Amity.
Lumber of all kinds furnished on short no-
If you want the latest and best improved Harrow, one that will fold up and will cut
any desired v’ldib, gut tin? Rankey Iron Harrow of
Litificefield A Cook, Amity,
If you want the LaDow Pulverizing Harrow, 12 to 18 Steel Discs, go to
Dressed Li Hi ber a specialty.
Lancefivld A Cook, Amity,
If you want a tirst-class No. 1 Drill or Broad-Cast Seeder,get the “ Monitor” of
Quality eq.nl to the best; prices as low as
Camcfield A took. Amity.
If you want tlie Best, Strongest and Lightest Draft Mower, then get the Champion
Give us a <t 11 and convince yourselves that Mower, of
I.Hiieeffield A Cook« Amity.
we mean bin-i .less.
HOrtlnl st Hay Rake in tlie world go t » lam ce f iel«l A Cook9«, Amity, and get the
Tiger, Suit-Discharging Sulky Hay Rake.
If you want tlie Best and most reliable and latest improved
I will pay the highest market price for Mer
chantable wheat, clear of sack. Clean and
store free of charge, in case I buy ; in case you
sell to otner parties, it will cost you 3 cents for
I am now manufacturing an
A. No. I Quality of Flour«
to which I invite tbe •close.'rt inspection. I
guarantee it. Try a sack, and if it is not as I
recommend, return it and your money will be
All kinds of Mill Feed on hand or made to
order on short notice.
JOilW J. *AT, Proprietor.
Harvester and Twine Binder,
latncefield A Cook, Amity.
Wc will put them up, give you full instructions and start them for vou—free of charge.
We will warrant each machine to do No. 1 work and give satisfaction.
We will keep on hand a Full Line of “ E X T R A S ”
and Binding Twine for tbe McCormick, so that you w ill not have to send to Portland
tor them. We will sell on time or for Cash.
If you want the Improved Hodges Oregon Header, go to Luncefiel«l A Cook9« Amity.
I For the lait est improved
Challenger,” Separators o'- Powers
gents for Knapp. Burrell & Co., Portland
Cloeks and Watches,
Olis and Shell Hardware,
Produce of all kind« taken at the
Highest Market Price.1
BIRD A l GATES.
Lafayette, Oregon, August 8.1881.
w. I). ROBERTSON, PRO.
(Old“ NATIONAL,” establishe.1 1868.)
128 Front St., Bet. Washington and Alder,
A. P. A mist rmig,
J. A. W pnco .
Penmafn and Secy
ís now being; manufactured at the
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill,
An institution designed for tbe practical busi
ness education of both sexes.
l.ocatedjon the North Yamhill River at Western Oregon Railroad Brid
Two and one-half Mile East of McMinnville.
We are prepared ship Lumber,
To any l*oinl on the II*. O. and .1*.
A Coot! Wagon Road to the Mill-
Admitted on any week-day of ths year.
vacations at any time, and no exam
ination ou entering.
Address all Ordes to
YAMHILL LUMBERING CUMPANY,
Tor the Full Business Course. • $60.
WATCH ßb MAKER,
Dr. J.C Ayem., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Drui price Ml, six bottles
Best Purive Medicine
cureConstipatiriffosiion. Headache, anil
all I Harder«.
Sold every > Al way a reliable.
Produce g Commission
The College .Tournai, containing information1
of the couru* of study,
to enter, time re-
quired. cost of board, etc., • and
and cuts of orna-
people Io the fact that I
mental penmanahin, from
---- tlie pen of Prof.
Weaeo, sent free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG,
Lock Box 104.
For all kinds of Produce, Oats, Barley, Cured
Meats, Lard. Apples, Onions, Eggs, Chickens,
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
CLOCKS W»T CHE and JEWEIRÏ,
Come and avail yourselves of these bar
barnaiiis while the opportunity is before you.
I have for sale
| Lame« Kalt« Oat«, Potatoes, Cement,
and Grama Seed.
II*. .V. rOlVEI.E.
«ff îî.A IL
D. M FSfipO. D etroit M ich .
. G. HRMDKRSOM,
W R. LOG AM,
W. T. LOGAM.
Canga Gypson, or Land Plaster
The only fertilizer that contains Phosphate
McMinnville & Dayton
I also have the
7>»ï llw Eue»
Will fa mail.Ñl »IT Hi’iTu-AiitH, and to cun -
t« mu»rH«»f Imt y»««ut onleruur it. 11 contai in«
•h»Mit ITS I ui aiHlratm uh , pru-.M,
«bwription-« »*ok> «lirevtlona l«»r plantuiK-
l.«ni varb’lua '»•tabi«- <iii«l Flower Need«
I'tantM, Fn.it T Invaluable to all.
tally to Ma I rSeni. Hen«l for it •
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonable
rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
$10 per 1,000 feet
I am also agent for the
Northwestern XaLufactory X Car Company's
The Most Successful Remedy ever discover
ed, as it is certain in its effects and does not
blister. READ PROOF BELOW. Also ex-
! cellent for human flesh.
I and now heve on exhibition at my store a fine
find d to
F rom a P rominent P hysician .
assortment of Farm and Road Machinery, in
Washington. Ohio, June 17th, 1880.
^Stable» at McMinnville situated on Tliirt St. ;
D r . B. J. K endall , A Co.,—<5ente :—Read
ing your advertisement in Turf, Field and
T«» the above thitoon.
■ Call and see me at the Wallace Building, I Farm, of y .nr Kendall’s Spavin Cure, and
I ktvptvi’ffi hand the Finest Wines
Í oppoeite M; sonic Hall.
a v. luable and speedy horse which had
•nd l.h|U««r -'liy ami Mesiicinal use.
______ ot ail de-
.• j lOtT
Eye — m
E. X. HARDIN«. I been lame trom a spavin for eighteen months,
BOH » • ■ !., I'mprictor. .
I sent to you for a bottle bv express, which in
six weeks removed all lameness and enlarge
\ll work done in a proper manner and a
W) are prepared to furnish
and a large splint from another horse,
and both horses are as sound to-day as oolte.—
The one boitle was worth to me one hundred
Dress-Making. Cutting and Fitting
and every I ling in the Livery hire in good
H. A. B krtolbt , M. D.
shaj* on shortest notice.
Done to Order, will please call on
LIVERY. <J&l'T.Eb am
FARM. Road and Mill MACHINERY,
S xlo Stables.
1M« ninni Ille.
(On block ilaning Mill, two doors east
The enormous wheat ranch owned
is kept by these Stable* and Funeral Turnouts
furnished at any lime.
We sre prepared to offer special induce
Carries a ( of Furniture, Carpet.«. Wai! C O M
Paper. Hif Baby Carriages. Ac., whirl
he sella ai» reasonable that none can
Transient stock left with us will receive tbe
b«n»t of care and attention
Krpairl* in a neat and substantial
A MONTHLY NKTTLKMKNTOF ALL BILL«
Heaeit« 'amine goods and prices
will be re«|Uire«i by us.
HENDERSON A LOGAN Bapa.
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS FOR ClSff.
rOBACCO & CIGARS
LANCbFIBLD A COOK« Amity, Oregon.
And also a lanje assortment of
go to all kinds luincef
For Straw Stackers, Grain Belts, CylinderTeeth,
etc., ’ go
«*f i<*ld A Cook9«, Amity.
We have tlie Buffalo *t Manstield Steam Engines, Portable l.ifiii«
f Sample Wagons, Plows, Drills, Mowing Machines, Hay Rakes, McCormick Binders, Etc.
on hand. Please cal I and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Men’s, Buy»’ and Youths’ Clothing,
Boots and bhoes, Huts
Stationery, Glass and Queensware,
L iuh I m > Si
And are prepared to offer to those patroniiine u.
advantage, which they have not
< ’< »UNTIES !
In happy Valley, ten miles west of McMinn
stimulates the at of the stomach an«l
bowels, ami thei'iiablvs the sv I. ni to
resist and overcort attacks of all Acnjfn-
| i > /»«>. • .
/ ■• "■ th si.,», t;h,u-
ntiilism, Catarrh, rat Dtbilihi, and all
disorders resultiom poor or corrupted
blood ami a low sf the system.
As a means of getting a small part
of the enormous emigration that is
pouring into the northwest, a writer
tn t)ie Charleston Cowricr suggests to
southerners that they can find profit
in jiarceling out their vast domains
and giving away alternate patches of Third M. •
by the late Dr. Glenn, in Colusa coun
ty, Cal«., is to be cut up into proper
sized farms, and fifteen thousand
acres are now offered for sale. This
is good. Instead of i ne farm house
on sixty thousand act««, there will be
hundreds of beautiful bouses dotted I
Bird & Gales,
BANCASSER & PAULUS,
Ayer’s Srsaparilla By the Wholesale
cleanses, enricheSfHirenptheiis the blood,
FBI D HY
SCHOOL & MISCELLANEOUS
W. T. NEWBY
MRS* H. A' ALLEN
Has for sale at his yanl in tbe eastern part of |
At her residence, in Amity, Oregon.
Nov. 1. UWl-tt.
390.000 Newly-burned Brick.
Which he offers to the public st prices as fow j
;♦< th«' lowest.
Samples of these Bri«’k can be seen at this I
met l i.r. i p.
All |«er«M»ns indebte«! to W F. Bnngasser are
reqiaeeied to make immediate |»avmenU Har
vest»* over. Sell your wheat and pay wbati
W. F B angassb *.
PRINTED NEATLY, QUICKLY.
CHF.APbY, ON SHORT NOTICE, AT
The Reporter Job Printing Office
Kendall's Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN flesh .
Patten’s Mills, N Y, Feb JI, 1878-
B. J. Kendal) A Co., Grate
case on which I used your Kendall's Spavin
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen
months standing. I bad tried many things,
but in vain. Your spavin cure put the icot
on the gmund again, and for the first time
, since hurt m a natural position. For a family
liniment it excels anything we ever used.
Rav. M. P. B ull .
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten*» Mill, N.Y«
Send for illustrated circular giving positive
proof. Price, ||. All druggists have it or can
get it for you. Dr. B J. Keudall A Co*, Pro
prietors, KanAvg Falla, VL