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Rev. Father Wiles’
The Itev. Z. 1*. Wil«te, ivrll-knon n «fly
jiiissionmy in New Yori , .i*id b.-.«ih«»'
of the I.M<* eminent «1 u <I e >* •' •Id'». ««I the
MasKiiciiUHetti* Supreme («mil, m chcs
E. 7Ath St.. .V //» YuG:. M ut 1». 1 >2.
M essrs . «1. <'. Ay >• r a . «•... i . hh h :
La-ii winter 1 u . m trou'*lcd with
U liC*Hllf< irtltllC itclli>);4
more es|»ci'ially my lii iLs. uhi- h ilclietl to
inlob tably ai iit^hi, an I i‘unr.«l *<> inui -e-
)y, that 1 could .««.-art-ely bear a.i.v ch>tba g
I wa.« also u s a hirer f.om a
gever-’ catarrh au ! <• .i •.irh-1 <■ u ;h ; icv
anpetit«*. was poor, and i»,' >v. tent a i . ooq
deal run «i an
kiami a.; i e vail»«- of
A cer ’ s S Alt »AP \ KILLA. by ohm rviit a n of
\ oih> r
im 4 i . h i , ■.
in former y« .us, 1 began taking it for the
bl . MV A|»p«‘t. to im-
ain’t ua'iie«! 1
prote«! alm« >bt troni the tn At dose.. A fur
Il sh’«iL Ulli
* • i ■
' ' ■
allay-«i. ami all sighs of irritation of the
skin di h-ij j'i* « <«t. My . »tarrh ami cough
were also «• i *e<i I. - ih«* .-uno tneai is, ami
my geimral ¡i-*iilth ’--r- di • i-npr-.v« 1'. until
ii in now ex uulleiit. 1 l««*i a liumli r«i per
ceni str-di?,. r, ami 1 riti i tbitie thes«,* resulta
lo lim ll.se of th'J ;- ARS .UAIULLA, which
I rt‘«’«>mm mi with all <■ >n;i<i- i?- as the
b«*. ’ b. • -1 ni- dii .a-- < .
!. 1 b«ok
it in simili (loses Dirt** tih.es a «lav. nml
usi* i, in al). less th til two bolt les. 1 pl.«CO
the--* facts at your service, hoping their
pu’* :<*ati<>ii imay <io good.
Z. I*. W ilds .”
The above instance is but one of the many
constantly coming to our notice, which prove
the perfect adaptability of A yer ’ s S arsa
parilla to the cure of all diseases arising
from impure or impoverished blood, and a
The wife of O Dolinell, the aven
ger, is working in Philadelphia as a
Kirtland M. Fitch, who einbazzled
SS0,000 from the Warren, Ohio, bank
ha« been sent up for five years.
The British steamer Iris, from Car
dill to Port Said, has been lost oir
Cape Yiliano, Spain. Of a crew of
thirty-six all but one were lost.
Under the sceptre of the Czar of
Russ-iu live thirty-eight dlii'erent nu-
tionalitie«, each «peaking its own
lang uage, which is foreign to all others
the mind of M ih . Henry Beekman, of
Deer l’urk, Md., aud «he killed her
self by eating two handfuls of blue
The remainsof Harvey, discoverer
of tiie circulation of the blood, have
been placed in a thousand dollar mar
ble coffin by the Royal College of
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens the blood,
stimulates the action of the stomach and
bowels, and thereby enables the system to
resist ami overcome the attacks of all Scrofu
lous Diseases, Eruptions of the Skin, Hheu-
mutism, Catarrh, General Debility, and all
disorders resulting from poor or corrupted
bxuod and a low state of the system.
The big diamond recently found
in South Africa, though weighing
nearly six ounces, is not estimated
a« worth more than $10,000, the
color being bad.
A plot has been discovered to tar
aud feather the lord mayor of Dub
lin, Thursday, while attending a
meeting of the University Philosophi
cal society at. Trinity college.
Berlin tradesmen are so excited by
the proposed opening of competitive
«tores that they have asked the Em
peror to forbid the army and navy to
have anything to do with them.
It has been calculated that to make
the 960,00(1 tons of paper annually
required lor the supply of the world,
430 days’ medium How of water down
the river Thames would be needed.
A tramp,after anting ¿upper in the
house of .lame« Crawford, at Green
Castle, Indiana, uiurd.trously assulled
the hitter and his wile, leaving them
for dead, and then ransacked the
The defeat, of Beast Butler i« due
to the fact that, the Democrats detec
ted him in double dealing and desert
ed him. He will not be a Demo
cratic candidate for President now.—
Lost river, Idaho, is a hydrograph
ic curiosity. The stream is larger
than Wood liver, and Hows with a
good current between solid hanks
until it reaches the lava plains, where
it Ims heretofore been thought to dis
appear in the rock. This, however
ha« been found to be ail error, as the
course of the stream can lie easily
traced some twenty miles further,
flowing through a eleft, in the lava
ha ving changed it« course to the |
northeast, and at last flowing closeto
tile foothills, sinks in an open sage
miles beyond Arco, which is situated
in the lower part of the Lost rivre
valley, is what is known as the Little
\<> tki :
BANGAS8ER A PAULUS.
D. P. HARVEY,
C. W. FRANCIS.
Hemstock, Harvey & Francis,
Prop’s of the
In happy Valley, ten miles west of McMinn
We keep a full ttock of
Lumber of all kinds furnished on short no
Stationery, Glass and Qneeniware,
is now being manufactured at the
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill,
Clock» and tVatelies,
Olis and Snell Fl*r«wtp,
We are prepared ship Lumber,
To tin if
Point on I he If*. O. anti .V. G. Railroad*
And al«o a large assortment of
A Cood Wagon Road to the Mill
Address all Ordes to
YAMHJLL LUMBERING COMPANY,
Located’on the North Yamhill River at Western Oregon Railroad Bridge,
Two and one-half Mile East of McMinnville.
A. No. 1 Quality oi Flour,
to which I invite the ^closeot inspection. I
guarantee it. Try a sack, and if it is not as I
recommend, return it and your meney will be
All kinds of Mill Feed on hand or made to
order on short notice.
No other complaints are so insidious in their
attack as those affecting the throat ami lungs:
moie so triti« <I with by the majority of .suffer
ers. The ordinary cough or cobi, r. isuiting
perhaps from a trifling or uuconscious ex
posine, i.« ufi. ii but Hie lieginning ol a fatal
Hiekliess. A YEN'S <.*IIERKV 1*E< TIIKAI. has
\v« ll proven its ellicucy in a forty gears’ tight
with throat ami lung diseases, and should be
t.ikvii in all cases w ithout delay.
TOBACCO & CIGARS
Dressed Lumber a specialty.
Quality equal to the best; prices as low as
Give us a call and convince yourselves that
we mean business.
Ken’», Boy»’ anil Youths’ Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hau
FLO OH ING,
Itid ire prepared to offer to thote ntlrantil".»
Klvauiwea which they have not
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH
Produce * Commission
Produce of all kinds taken at the
Highest Market Price,
BIRD <fc GATES.
Lafayette, Oregon, August 8.1881.
I would respectfully ciill the attention of the
people to the fact that I
For all kunis of Produce, Oats, Barley, Cured
Meats, Lard, Apples, On ions, Eggs, Chickens,
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
(Old ° NATIONAL,” established 18C>6.)
I have , for sale
li 11 tf.
128 Front St., Eet. Washington and Alder,
ri.iriA) u \! rk .
A iVloliier’H Tribute.
White in f I. ■ on a i, v ¡a-1 wii’li r in-, lit lie
I- y. three y< n <•! I, «.is lakcu ill u illi croup,
i »‘enied a- J in- would <li«> irom slrangu-
i.iiion. <>m ”1 the l.uiiilv HLiost. tl the use
< f \ \ i I s < in j . r \ Pi < i oi: \ I., a I m .LI le of
Which was ah\.u\s k. pt. ill the house. I his
wt-s tried in -mail ami frequent «l< «t.«, and
to . nr delight in It-.-« (han hall an hour the
¡ilLte pal., nt was br< itliii i- t asilv. Tim doc-
lo, . nd that the «'f’ii.|:\ Plt lolcAL had
sa.id m . d.irliiiu's hie. Can you wonder al
our gratitude? Sim-< rely \eiirs,
M r . I- M M A ( ¡1 DNF\ .”
I ', i West I ill St., Betv York, May lii, lss2.
•’I have used AVI l;’s < III KRY Plf roRAt.
di my family lor mwci . i I ycais, and do not
hesitate I«» pronounce if the most effectual
remedy for roughs ami colds vhave eV« r
A. .i. crane .’’
Lake Cry dal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
“ I siiilercd for« i-M yars from Dionchitis,
and aii<’r trying immy r< inedii s with no sue
c ,-s, I Was "III« d by t lc use of A \ f Il’s Cm r -
t:\ IT< Kitt \ i..
.losi i ii W aldi n .”
Bxh.ili.i, .Miss., V.ril b, I.««?.
By the Wholesale
I liuvc the agency tor Johnson’s Patent Easy-»
ittmg Spc-ctacles and Eye-Glasses of al! de-
To call at the above Saloon.
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Winet
and Liquors for Family and Medicinal use.
Carnes a full stork of Furniture, Carpets, Wall
Paper, Bin! Cages, Baby Carriages. Ac., which
he sells at prices so reasonable that none can
Repairing done in a neat and substantia)
Please call and examine goods and prices,
ness education of both sexes.
Northwestern Ma .ufactory & Car Company’s
Adiniltml on any week-day of th i year. No
vacations at any lime, and no exam
ination on entering.
Call and see me al the Wallaee Building,
opposite Masonic Hall.
K. X. IIARDHie.
All work done in a proper manner and a
For the Full Busines« Course, > $60.
Of all kinds executed to order at reasonabl
Done to Order, will please call on
W. T. NEWBY
MRS. H. A- ALLEN
li;t - for sale it his yard in the eastern part of
At her residence, in Amity, Oregon.
Nov. 1, 1881- tt.
Which he offers to the public at prices as low
as th<* lowest.
Samples oi these Brick can be seen at this
Sale Bills !
The College Journal, containing information
of the course of study, when to enter, time re
quired, cost of board, etc., and cuts of orna
mental penmanship, from the pen of Prof.
Wesco, sent free.
A. I’. ARMSTRONG.
Lock Box 104.
PRINTED NEATLY, QUICKLY,
CHEAPLY, ON SHORT NOTICE, AT
The Reporter Job Printing Office
McMINNVILL , OREGON.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
. O. HENDI.»’.ioN,
" R. LOG AN.
W. T. I.. I.AV,
Zculinnville & Daytor.
J. B. ROHR,
House, Carriage, Sign I I A. JT 1 > W TV li E,
Me tl inn villc,
Painting done in the neatest style, on the
shortest not.ee and at the most reasonable
prices. 8hop in the old Beary building on
Third between A aud B Sts.
An institution designed for the practical busi
St. Paul Twine Binder.
Will find it to
FARM, Hoad and Mill MACHINERY,
and now have on exhibition at my store a fine
assortment of Fann and Road Jl/achinery, in
WETTLF t I’.
M ill t«e man -a frkk to ail ;»t piicantH. and io cus
tomers of last year w ithout ordering it It contai mo
about 176 iwca, foo iliuKtratiouR. j rices, accurato
•1'Mcriptions iuid valunbte directions for ulautinr
iM) varietv* of Vtwetabte ai d ?’l«r.v< r s. >ds.
Pianta. Bruit Tna4«. etc. luvnluuble to all. eapec-
tally to Market Hartleuera. Bend for it!
D. M FKHHY a» CO. D etroit M ich .
Penman and Secy
Canga Gypson, or Land Plaster
The only fertilizer that coûtai us
Come anc avail yourselves of ' these bar-
All persons indebted to W. F. Bangasser are
barnunia wh.le the opportunity is before you. , teqnested to make immediate payment. Har-
| vest is oyer. Sell your wheat and pay what
I .“ A.
! you owe.
W. F* B angasser .
Dayton, Oregon—7 if
A. P. A mi «Uro it;;,
.1. A. limo,
300,000 Newly-burned Brick,
All parties indebted to me are hereby noli
tied that they must settle the same by Nov.
1st, 1883. otherwise their accounts will be
placed in the hands of an attorney. for collec
tion. This is business
J. C. CASWELL.
McMinnville, Oct 11--id.
Of the Latest Varieties of
Give us u call and be satisfied.
JOHN .1. NAX, Proprietor.
Land Office at Oregon Citv, [
IO1IN CAMW 1.1.1.« Proprietor,
Oregon, Nov. I, 1883. I
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settlor baa tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
County Clerk of Yamhill County at Lafayette,
Oregon, on Saturday. Dec. 22,1883, via : Sam
uel .1 Berry, Homestead Entry No. 3.695 for
the E I 2 of K I 2 of flee 4, T 5 8. R 6 W.
He names Hie foltewing wilaesaea to prove Third Hl.,
Ina continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, via: Lester IVtter, Jas Whal (On block east of Planing Mill, two doora east
en, 5. O. Stevenson and A. Newell, all of
of livery stable.)
Sheridan, Yamhill C»an»lv, Oregon.
L. T. BARIN. Register.
W .H. BKCHAM, PRO..
Sold by all Druggists.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed, l»y the
untv t ourt oi
the State oi Oregon, lor Yamhill County, Ex
ecutor of the »'state of John Dowling, deceas
ed, and all ¿ m ' isuob having claims against said •
estate are hereby required to present them to
in»' with proper vouchers, at my office in Mc
Minnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, within
six months from the dale oi this notice.
Dated this 7th day of November. 1883.
’ Gao. G. BINGHAM.
Bast of Bolognas.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Pnrtiea VI»«««»« l.nf.y.tte will g,
lliudaomr Fercenla«« by
ttior. to Make their Fwr< ha.«.,
ti eep an
and everything in the line of meats, of the
beat quality th • country affords. Also the
cure Constipât ¡<>n. 1 iKligp^tinn, Headache, and
all Bilious Iliforders.
Sold everywhere. Always reliable.
(B occimob » to NELSON a man)
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
ed baa been appointed Administratrix of the
estate of C. H. Messinger, of Yamhill County.
Oregon, deceased. All persons having claim«
against the said deceased are hereby required
to present them with the proper vouchers, to
the undersigned Administratrix, or to Charles
Latbllett, al Sheridan. in said County ami
State, within six months from the date oi this
Dated.Oet. 26th, 1883.
Administratrix of the estate ot
get your money’s
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
cleaning and storing,
I am now manufacturing an
No case of an aifection of the throat or
lungs exists which camiQi be greatly relieved
by the use of Avi n’s C herry I’ e < tokal ,
and it will ahrays cure when the disease is
not already beyond the control of medicine.
Here is whore you can
3ANCASSER & PAULUS,
"I eiunol say « nough in praise of AVI K’s
Cm hi :-. I’ i . i im. yi, believing a. I «Io flint
ten toi its us«‘ I should long since have dted
tio'H lung troubles
!■'. P. HAU DUN.”
Palesiiue, Texas, April 22, 1x82.
Having closed out my Harness and Saddlery
business at Amity, I desire to say to those who
owe me, either by note or account, that my
notes and accounts are in the hands of E, F
Messinger, at the Post Office in Amity, and all
are requested to call and settle up by the loth
of Nov., 1883, as I must have mv money.
[Bangasser’s building on B street.]
Sold by all Druggists: price $J, six bottles
Best Purgative Medicine
Bird & Gates,
R. L. SRYLOR,
Senator Randolph, of New Jersey,
Five women are candidate»
otlice of superintendent of
«chool« in as many Nebraska
ties, and all are regular [tarty
(Stables at McMinnville situated on Thirt St.
that in Dayton on Ferry St.)
Henden>on & Logan Bros,. Prop’s.
We are prepared to furnish
and everything in the Livery hire
shape on shortest notice.
Office—Jail Building, up slaira.
c o _v
to offer special
OF EVERY KIND, GO TO
D. I. CORKER,
ST. FHARLFM HOTEL,
r MVLTNER, Prwp..
Corner Third and B streets,
New house! New furniture! unsurpassed in
the countrv. Rates—$1 to $2 |»er «lay, accord
ing to mom. Single meals. 25 cents’.
Transient stock left with us
ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room.
best of care and attention.
ami Lodging, $4 io $6. per week. Fine Sample
A MONTHLY SETTLEMENT OF ALI. BILLS
mercial i; en.
Supper furnished Ralls and
will be required by us.
imrtiee at reasonable rates.
Give me a call
and see for you reel tea.
HENDERSON A LOGAN Bmoa.
V EkCIA L M E N !
The Most Successful Remedy ever
ed,as it is certain in its effects .and does
blister. READ PROOF BELOW. Ateo
cellent for human flesh.
P rominent P htbiuia N.
Washington. Ohio, June I7th. 19SJ-
D r . B. J. K endall , A Co.,-Gents
ing your advertisement in Turf, tield
Farm, of your Kendall’s Spuvin Cure,
having a valuable and speedy horse whic
been lame from a spavin for eighteen mo»
I sent to you for a !x>ttle bv express, w
six week’s removed all lameness and ,
tnents and a large splint from another
and both horses are as sound to-day asioo •
The one bottle was worth to me one nun
H. A. B ertolbv , M. v.
<11 VRI.ES LAFOLLETT,
Kendall’s Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Offer—«hrridan. Mimhlll ( n.,o,.<nn
is kept by these Stables and Funeral Turnouts
furnished at any time.
We are prepared
Agricult'r al Implem'ts,
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
. ITTO R.VJE l’A . / T t.. ill*,
OF ALL KINDS,
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collating, Buying and Selling Real Ewate.
MTFRLINCl F. IIARIMNCk
Patten*. Mill., N Y, Feb
B. J. Kendall * Cx>., Gent. :-Tbe P»
case on which I used your Kendalls >p
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of ®‘
months standing. I had tried roan*.
but in yain. Your spavin cure put toe
on the ground again, and for the nrst
since Lnrt in a natural position. For a
liniment it excels anything we ever u*c-
R ev . M. P-
Pastor of M. E. Church, Patten’s Mdb * *
ATTORNEY at law , conveyancer
" Real E.late and Colle, ting Agent, and No
All work pertaining to this line
attende.1 to promptly and reliably, Alro, man
Send for illustrated circular giving
nt.ctnrer an.l repairer ot Boot, and Shoe». All
work done with n-alnew and diapatrb
Head proof. Ptiee. »1. All druggiste ba«"
quarter. nuder Odd Fellow.' Hall. McMinnville get it for you. Dr. B. J. Kendall A
pnetors, En'isburg Falla, VL