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Published Every Thursday
M c M innville ,.................... oregqn .
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If not paid in sidvance
To clubs of three or five, when accompanied
Jaa General Banking business,
with the cash, $2 per year; Two names for
^.six months each to count as one yearly sub
allowed on timo deposita.
scription. And a premium to the per
Ions made on favorable terms.
getting up the club.
t Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
ew York, San Francisco and Portland.
to 4 p. ip.1'9
One block cast <>t Planing Mill, Third street,
Ono inch .......... ♦ 1 50 3 (JOI 6 001 7 00]
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between D and E.
5 00 0 00 18 00 36 0(1
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king Basilicas. Col
Tilton, Portland, Or.
Interest allowoH on time deposita.
drrtement, etcr,*to insure publloatiotr
Reporter, must be accompanied with in
tions, and the name of the proper pen
K l B oiih to whom charges for the same
mm t my,
Entered in the Post office at McMinnville
Trans miss ion Through, the Mails as Secund
rs to McCarter A Alderm an,)
We beg leave to announce to the public
that we have just added a large stock of
Repairing done in a neat end substantial
new novelties to our business, and make a
specialty of Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note manner.
Heads, Statements, Business Cards, Ladies’
Calling Cards, Ball Invitations (new de
Horse-shoeing a Specialty.
signs), Programmes, Posters, and all de
scriptions of work. Terms favorable, ('all
Those having race horses are specially invit
and be convinced.
ed to call and see us, as wo claim to be socoló
D. C. IRELAND A ( (>.
to none in setting plates, ami will guarantor
W. H. WARREN,
B. R ROPER,
WARREN & ROPER,
Eiiii’i.oYMKs r cum:,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
NEW DAVIS SEWING MACHINE,
Of which I keep a full stock ready to supply
customers on short notice and at prices cheap
as the cheapest. Attachments, needles, oils,
etc., constantly on hand. Machines ns well as
furniture neatly repaired, and satisfaction
Please call and examine goods and prices
ufactu^ere of the celebrated
Í Cor. of Third and E
I Sts., McMinnyille,
Places of bussincss S
I Trade St., Amity.
Mrs. H. P. Stuart,
-BARBER SHOP. AMUSEMENT HALL
Having secured the service of Damon Sawyer,
who attends to tho wants of my numerous
customers at tho counter and billiard
table, I can now devote most of
my time to those wanting
- Shaving. Shampooing or Hair Cutting—
Done. I am driven to the couclusion that one
has as much time to have his harboring
doue during the week as he has to col
lect provisions for his family use.
Hence, no more Sundaywork
in my shop.“
Find mo first door south of Hon. «1. C.
Braly’s now brick, C street, between Third
and Fourth streets, M ?Minnville.
II. II. WELCH.
Land Husillos» a Specialty.
M c M innville ,..................... O regon .
H. V. V. JOHNSON, M. D.
N. W Cor. Second and B Kts.
Opposite tho Grange store, McMinnville,Or.
Nlcin inuville, Oregon.
Moy be found at his office when not ab
sent on professional business.
***A GOOD PLACE.***
or d..Hir.. I-. 1.,..«
^»nrnair oat in the latest fashion. g<> to A.
HO8KINS 'l'onaorial Parlors in MoMiunville
Second door west of City Meat market.
Third street, McMinnville.
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty
E. E. GOUCHER,
Hats, Bonnets, Notions in the Dry Goods
I’ ’o, and a full stock of artioles to which the
attention of ladies is respeofully called.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
O regon .
M c M innville ,
Offley and residence, oorner of Third and
D streets, next to the postoilice.
Millinery and Dressmaking.
Mrs. Werner & Techam
Wo have just received a new stock of
M c K ibben , m . d
Respectfully solicits pntronnge in town
Offloe hours 8 to 10 s. m., and 1 to 3 p. n>.,
Offloe a'*d residence Third street, Mc
Dr. tt. F. TKCKBK
W A ATS.
And i:v-áí¿ *fl
u in h
I <> r«TW
} olirceli es. TK
A. M. TAGGART.
------ OF YOUK
Office—Two doors east of Bingham’s Furni
Laughing Gaa administered for painless ex
E. TIA.« ER «
Promptly 4 it ab 4« Ate.
/if FICE—Three Doora Sonth of Pert C
7 McMinnville, Oregon.
18,000 per hour!
19,960,000 per monili!!
1.57,680,000 per year!! !
9 3 1 iiiilr* per <lay,
99*2 l-*2 mile» per month.
3,.LVK 3 I in H cm per yesfr.
wisp to af
Desires to inform the people of Yamhill Qvunty
that he ha« a first-cl ass Railroad Transit, and
is now prepared to do a general surveying
business on short notice.
Terms to suit the times.
Office with Dr. Goucher, McMinnville.
J. B. TtOHK,
House, Carriage, Sign
7:30 p. m.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
All Work Warranted
NEW GROCERY STORE.
Third Street, McMinnville,
Third St., Koiilli Side,
In Adams’ new brick. Tin Types,
Fnlarfflng: in India Ink, Oil and
Water Calera a specialty. All work
Guaranteed to give perfect Satis
Is the place to buy your FRESn FAMILY
A now, neat and clean atock. Every article
A No. 1. Fruit Jara, Butter Crocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
Safer and Better than Calomel I
I have been subjed to severe spells of Congestion
of the Liver, and have been in tne habit of taking
from is to 20grains of calomel, which generally laid
me up for three or four days. I-aicly I have been
taking Simmons Liver Regulator,which gave me re.
lief, without any interruption to business.
M iddleport , Ohio.
J. H. Zeil in & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Land Oilier Xotice.
Also, Charles Johnson, homestead entry
No. 4915, for the NW of SEW. SEW of ¡E&
and lot 8 of Sec 28, T 4, S K 10 W. He names
the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and oultivAtitfri of
said land, viz; II. H. Miiier, B. T. Weath
erby, John Malaney and Lester Ray, ¿11 of
Oretown, Tillamook oounty, Oregon.
L. T. BA RIN, Register. •
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
. broni LS®L
J. A. CARDWELL, Portland, general agent.
R. R. R oper , local agent, McMinnville.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Wiliameite Valley to San Francisco
The fine A 1. Steamship
Nni is From
Friday............ .Feb. AIMonday......
Tuesday........ . “ la Wednesday.
Friday............. . “ 26 Saturday....
Sunday............ Mar. 7Wednesday.
Wednesday... . “ 17 Friday........
Sunday............... . “ .................................
The company reserves the light to change
Cabin................... $14.00 i 8teerage................ $7.00
Freight at reduced and moderate nites.
River Boats ou tho Willamette connect at
Corvallis. Low fares and rates. For further
information apply to C. <'. HOGUE,
A. G. F. & P. Agt., Corvallis.
<4 KT Ilio lì KST!
Portland... .4:<0 p. m . Lebanon... .9:1
Lebanon... .4:45 a . m J Portland.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily
tween Albany and Ashland.
The O. A C. K. R. Ferry mAk<
with all the regular trains ou!
division from foot of F Hfrrof
Went Mdc Ilivtsi
het . i
ding Photographers of Oregon,
GI NSMITH SHOP
Old Post office Building, D Street,
M c M innville
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
Ctrl Wer, Prcjrietcr.
Give me a call. Inspect my stock, and I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
Repairing of Guns, Pistols and Sewing
Machines a specialty.
3 2" w ’M.
1s the lau
Mio«t Compì iron the l‘a
“ Tuke tlie Eleva r,
29 W \SHIN(IT()N ST.,
Portland... .5:00 p. m . McM’nville. .8:' 0 p. m .
McM’nville .5:45 a . m .¡Portland .. .8<O a . w .
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
at tho company’s up-town office, corner of
Stark and Second streets. Tickets for prin
cipal points in California can only be pro
cured and baggago checked at company’s of
fice, Corner F and Front streets Portland,Or.
Frieght will not be received for shipment
after five o’clock p. m. on either the east or
west side divisions.
E. P. ROGERS,
G. F.<fc P. Agent.
W. F. BANCASSER, Propr.
Successor to Bangasser Jr Son.
Bwigasser’a building Cor. B and Third airee*:
Here ia where you can got your money**
T^ í 1<<* ii . m Ac 1 liirant, Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe
and everything ,n the line of meati, of th«
W i 11A A. . . , .. I ....
the country a I Í*..
(Successors to McCarter A Alderman.)
Best of Bolognas.
nd manufacturera of the celebrated
Repairing done in a neat and substanti
llorwMilioelnff a Specialty*
’ , ,“ r
Give me a call and be satisfied.
W. F. BA NG ASH ER.
Editor of Yamhill Reporter. Dear Sir. 11 ■
statement that I made upon cards and in
your paper about being successor to Jackson
A Co. of Portland, is a ir
and an injn-
ry to Jackson A < < ’< ■>., altlu> »ngh unintentional
on my part. The truth i s .........
that I bargained
for the Railroad Yard. But tl • y y have nnoth-
er yard. Hence I won Id not !»♦• their
Yours, <to., O rrin *. > K k IN
. 5 ER. _
March 3d, 1886.
McMinnville, Or. I
the stable wan was an eiepnant
«Writ *!!'“ whlch h<1 K*ve <ke bri,te » lUniHt,
causing it to turn oil him, aud with one bk w
to .-»trike the spear out or hte hands. Before
|he elephant could strike again, f'apt.dh Ea
ton darted past it, and seizing the child uy
the arm, tiled to drag him out of the stafi
o «rasp the ehl
I ov* violently,
n hurled h**ftvih
At the losa of the
£L>4' vLvn all be swept tnus
Must their home and the hopes ent
Lie a blaokened ruin to-day? *
Do you say the firemen are workin
Are plying their hose left and rl|
Are stirring in the strength of
Are working with main and i
You say they have conquered
That the flames Lave van!
That the fire boys have saved c r friends,
From ashes and ruin to-night?
A blessing upon the brave firemen;
A blessing I breathed that night.
As they go to oonquer the fire king
In the strength of their manhood's
We know not which one of tho fellows,
At his post on duty may die,
In saving the homes of his neighbors,
So a blessing on firemen breathe I.
■talked in, and
ed deeply two <
a word; then
and feet, and i _
is ow 11 forehead, he
salaamed agBM fekud walked silently away,
pshnian knew butt-.-r than if
Et spent an hour in protesta-
tlons that he had In the jemadar a devoted
follower, bound to him by the tie of a grati
tude deep and lasting.
This new outbreak of Shaitan’s decided
Captain Eaton to get rid of it at once, as too
dangerous an animal to keep in the kheddah.
lie determined to .shoot it next day. But he
was saved the trouble. Early next morning,
before he went to his office, an old mahout
presented himself at the bungalow. “Will
the Sahib please come down h> the kheddah
at once?” he said. “We have something to
“What is the matter?’’
“Shaitan is dead,” replied the man.
“Dead! What did he die of?”
“He has lieen killed,” was the reply.
Captain Eaton at once hurried down to the
kheddah, and went straight to Shaitan’s
stable. There lay the elephant on its side
dead, in a great i>ool of blood. An examina
tion showed that it had received two deep
known of ihe
oi liie cnim; out tnerw
thrusts behind the left fore-leg, both of
was a dark rumor current in the kheddah
that Bux Khan had in a nt of jealousy mur which must have penetrated its heart. The
dered his wife, a young girl to whom he had spear with which the wounds had evidently
• been devotedly attached, and had since, gone been inflicted was lying on the floor of the
| mad with remorse. One thing was certain stable. There was no occasion to ask who
no one ventured to question him on the sub had done the deed. There was but one man
in the kheddah who had sufficient strength
Several weeks passed away, and Captain
and courage, as every one knew, and that
Eaton had seen no reason to change the good was Bux Khan, the jemadar, lie had clear
opinion he had formed of the elephant-tamer, ly during the night taken vengeance on the
lie was by far the best mahout in the khed elephant for its attack on his child. Eaton
dah ; and his sobriety, steadiness and regu at once sent for him and taxed him with th*
larity made him a model to all the others. offense. The Afghan did not utlempt to
His good conduct soon brought him an unex deny it, and his face darkened and his eyes
gleamed as he said grimly: “It is true, Sar
For some time past Eaton had been dis hib; 1 killed it”
Captain Eaton spoke severely to him,
conduct of the jemadar,
y old, and poin
bidug of a
SyT^riBIy disposition, had al he had committed; hnt in hij heart he sym-
lowed many Irregularities to creep into the pathlzed with the man, and was glad the
daily work in the kheddah, the consequence dangerous creature had thus been disposed
being that discipline was much relaxed. An of. Bux Khan listened silently, and made
other thing that troubled Captain Eaton was no attempt to exculpate himself. It was well
that a batch of elephants had recently arrived for him that the death of the elephant had
at the kheddah from Lower Bengal, the ma already been decided on. He had merely
houts and coolies in charge of which were forestalled the order which would have been
the worst lie had ever had to deal with. They given next day, and was consequently light
were most of them low-caste Hindus, and ly punished by a trifling tine. Had any other
were a noisy, drunken, turbulent lot, ever man than Bux Khan been* the offender, he
giving trouble, and taxing Eaton’s patience would not only have been dismissed, but
| to the utmost. Drunken orgies, followed by probably have been committed to jail. The
| lights, had of late been of frequent occur jemadar was too valuable a man, however,
rence; while several of the men, being con to lose; and his English master was glad of
firmed bang-smokers, were often lncapablo any excuse to pass over the matter. He took
of work. Complaints of petty thefts in the care, however, to let every one employed at
kheddah had also become common. Captain the kheddah know the reason for his lenity,
Eaton had dismissed one or two and flogged warning them at the same time that any at
others without improving matters much, and tempt to kill or injure any elephant in the
was now at his wit’s end. He determined to future would be visited with the severest
pension off the old jemadar and appoint an punishment.
other man in his place, on whom he could
rely to assist him in restoring order and dis
BUX khan ’ s FATE.
cipline; nor had he far to Iodic. In Bux
Khan he had a man to his hand, whom all
Although it had been supposed that Bux
respected or feared,and whose giant strength, Khan’s child had escaped unhurt from the
cool courage and iron nature titted him above elephant, it soon proved that he had in some
all others to rule turbulent and reckless char- way been injured internally. From the day
aoters. Though there were several elderly of Shaitan’s outbreak and death, the little
mahouts who, by right of seniority ami good fellow began to pine away. Every day he
conduct, were entitled tothe post of Jemadar, grew worse, till it was clear to everybody in
Eaton was not long in making up his mind the place that he was dying. The only per
to appoint the Afghan. Having decided on son who did not appear to lx1 aware how seri
this step, he sent for him at once.
ous was the child's condition seemed to be
“Bux Khan,” he said, when tlie elephant Bux Khan himself. That he was anxious
tamer presented himself, *T have sent for and disturbed was evident, for, for the first
you to tell you that 1 am greatly pleased with time, he began to neglect his duties. He
the way in which you have conducted your now nev
t the child day m night, llis
self since yon entered my service.tl
nee him to let tin
Bux Khan salaamed, but made nd
for the boy; but B. x
“1 am therefore about to reward
to raise you to a post of gnat rt
peared to have
and trust; I intend to make
and di le', which hctymMi ■htlbUTed to
Bux Khan salaamed psrain,!
Äcl'Hd. All that SSihlÄ PfcjF was tn
any expression of surprise or pleasure.
estense him tumi his dufiOSäi
“You know the trouble we liavc hi
Wiys lx- with l>iÁton|M|^W
cently with those Bengalees; I shall rel
Mdñtof the people Id
on you to put down all disturbances
“Sahib!” replied Bux Khan, not bi,__
ly, but with quiet conviction, “I am
whom men obey. I will keep those Hindu
dogs in order.”
-yr »»arTfiade Jeniadtf ’ X
and the wisdom of the appointment was soo& in
manifest At first there was some nal
grumbling and discontent; but it was
recognized that Bnx Khan was in his 1
Iniirs andpr.Hme. 1 the asÄMlp
place. So great was the res|iect all ha
^n, the wives of nìahwd||Mffl^Hmtiu t. 'cl
him, and so strong was the feeling an__
dltarse the child. BmE
the bad characters of the kheddah that it wag
¡ME hi> Imt-
inèveiimir. as Eaton
a proceeding of no ordinary ¡»eril to disobey
r^me in and
or tli wart the new jemadar, that in a few1
days the turbulent were overawed, the drunk»
y well what
ants and bang-smokers frightenBG
lid was referred to; so, after dinner, he ro
ing sober and the potty
Ired to the kbflddnh to see If he conld do
drop their objectionable habits.
Something happened, howevw
a dim ligML
in Bux Khan’s hut; and
make Captain Eaton regret for
looking In at the door, Eaton saw the Afghan
that he had made Bux Khan j
sitting cross-legged on the floor with the body
was standing In the hospital
of the child on his lap. He was not fondling
tending an operation which was being jier-
it, but was sitting silent and motionless,
formed on an elephant; and close by, within
1(Miking down on the little dead face. There
twenty or thirty yards, stood Shaitan in Ite
an expression on the man’s dark face
stable. In front of it, but out of its reach,
which made C .plain Eaton hesitate to ad
Bux Khan’s little son was playing about,
but,strange to say,Bux Khan himself was not dress him, not from fear, but from respect
for a strong man’s agony. After looking on
in sight. He had been suddenly called away
to attend to some important duty, and for (piietly for a few seconds, he stepped softly
in, and touching the Jemadar gently on the
once had lot his child out of sight, when sud
denly one of the men who was assisting at shoulder, whispered: “Bux Khan, reinembei
what is written. ‘Verily, children are as the
the operation exclaimed: “Sahib, Sahih!
flowers of the earth. Death as the hot wind
look at the child! Allah preserve it!”
Looking quickly up. Captain Eaton saw to eometh, and they wither and die. But they
his horror that But Khan’s child had in his shall bloom again in the Paradise of the
faithful, salth the Merciful One.’”
play appmachtxi within reach of Shaitan.
Bux Khan did not look up or make any
Almost Iwfore he could realize the danger he
saw Shaitan stride forward tothe full length reply so the captain went quietly away.
That night, about two hours before dawn,
of his chains, and stretching out his trunk
seized the child round the Iwxly. The child the watcher at the kheddah gate saw the
pass out, carrying his dead child in
was but a mere feather-weight to the ele
his arms and with a mattock over his shoul
phant, and with one twist of its powerful
trunk it threw him over its shoulder into the der. Guessing what he was about to do, the
man followed him, carefully keeping out of
stable liehind. The child fell on to a heap
sight. Bux Khan strode rapidly on till he
of fodder, and Shaitan was turning round to
seize him, when Captain Eaton rushed tothe came to a mango tope about half a mile from
the town. In the center of th^tope stood
He was only just in time. Leaning ub the ru ned tomb of a Mohammedan saint.
Having laid the body of the child gently yu
THE ELEPHANT TAMER.
Pfirtland... .7:89 a . m . Ashland ... 4:4.
Ashland.. .7:45 v. M.lPortland....... 4
Albany I'xprcsB Trail*»
Bet. B and C Sts.
Painting done in the neatest style, on the
shortest notice and at the most reasonable
yice«. Shop in the old Beary building on
Ihird between A and B Streets.
I have had experience with Simmons Liver Regu
lator since 1865, and regard it as the greatest
medicine of the times for dincase» pecu
liar to malarial regions. So good a medi
cine deserves universal commendation.
REV. M. ti. WHARTON,
Cor. Sec’y Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
L and O efice , at Oregon City, Or.,
February 24, 1886.
Notice is hereby given that the followijg-
named settler has filed notice of his intentpn
to make final proof in support of his olain,
and that said proof will be made before tie
county judge or county clerk of Tillammk
county, at Tillamook. Oregon, on Tuesdiy,
April 20, 1880, viz: Lester Kay, hornestdid
entry No. 4332, for tho 8% at SEX anfl SB’;
ofsW’4of Seo 22, and NW’i of NELof
Seo. 27. T 4, S K 10 W.
He names the following witnesses to prefre
his continuous reidence upon,and cultivation
of, said land, viz: John Kingfong, Jasper
>mith, Chas. Johnson, II. H. Miller and Jor
dan Fuqua, all of Orotown, Tillamook
L. T. BAKIN, Register.
The above figures show tho distance trav Portland... 9:00 a . m ., ¡McM’nville
eled by tho Balance-wheel of your
MoM’nville 1:20 p. m .. ¡Corvallis..
Watch, hence it is hardly
Corvallis... 8:30 A. M.j MoM’nvill.
necessary to say that
McM’nville 11:5?) a . m .; ¡Portland..
it ought to be CLEANED and OILED at
least once a year.
ONLY GERMANS ADMITTED.
Have You Malaria ?
Notice is hereby given that by virthe of in
order of the county court for Yamhill co n
ty, Oregon, made on tho (5th day of Febril ii 1 ry
1886, directing the sale of the hereinafter r lo-
scribed real property
the _ es ji te
____ „ „ _ to __
of Henry (!. !. Baker, doceased,
J........ I I will, on ' i it
urday, the 2uth day of March. 18815, at ile
hour of 2 o’clock, p. in., at McMinnvi. le,
Oregon, on the promises, sell at pnblio a < u
tion, to the highest bidder for qa.sh in ha d.
the following described real property helo R"
ing to said
: 2; and
(4), in block nino (9), of Rowland’s additpn
to tho town of MoMinnville, Oregon. Alo:
Lct No. four (4) in tho fìrst addition of Ac
Minnville college to tho Town of McMii i
J. E. MAGERS,
Ys, ■'nd always with decided benefit.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
IIEI U I I V 1’OHH IMIA AMBI
A - itk ’ y at L aw and N otary P ublic .
ration of, wnd la
H. Miller, Chas JiTIrfisorF
of Hebo, and Wood AldermanTof Tfilniu
all of Tillamook County, Oregou.
L. T. BAIUN, Begird.j
4 <1 iii ini*i rators Saic
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon and Idaho
Are You Bilious ?
Fare from Portland to San Francisco $32;
to Sacramento, $30.
The only First - Class House in the City.
L and O ffioib at Oregon city>
Notice is hereby given the.folk;
ed settler has tiled notice of bis i
make final proof in support of bi
that said proof will be vni
The Oregon and California R. R.
Also, K. T. Weatherby, homestead entry
No. 4182, for the lot 4 of Seo 21, lot 3 of Sec
and lots 1, 2, and 4 of Seo 29, T 4,SK
I buy mv goods mostly from samples which 1" W.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
enables mo to keep before my custom
bis continuous residence upon, and
ers n fresh line of all tho lat
of, said land, viz: H. II. Miller,
est styles, and to
(’harles Johnson, Jasper Smith and John
GIVE THEM THE BENEFIT OF THE Malaney, all of Oretown, Tillamook coanty
Robert C. Gardner, Proprietor,
The n^fulator never faU» to cure. I mog
cheerfully recommend it m all who suffer from
Bilious Attack» or any Disease earned bva di*,
arranged state of the I.-’ver.
K ansas C h y , M o .
»V, K. BERNARD. -
----- from ------
m Master Elon Wallace.
Harkl u the Are ball ringing?
I r<|)se from my midnight «lekp,
And drawing aside
as, in the
I see a gleaming light
Spreading its liyid brighi
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
PANTS MADE TO ORDER
deolaraatì°n written by Mrs. E. E.
Notice is hereby given that the ui
cd, has boon appointed, by tho eoufi
of Yamhill county, Oregon, exuontd
last will and testament of Simeon J
ceased. All persons having clairni
said estate will present the same |
1 he office
Spenoer and TalmaplCr
Minnville, Oregon, within six i”"8
CHAS. W 'lAlJ4Kl
McMinnville, Or.. February
Dinner Station of the 0. &. C. R. R.
L and O ffice , at Oregon City, Or.,
February 24, 1886. >
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
presented a brick house connty judge or County uierk of Ti?V<ji(tolt
brown [tone front, or “ A
county, at Tillamook, Oregon, on Tiusday,
Song and Dance
April 20, 1886, viz: Ilenry H. Millemfome-
stead entry No. 4797, for the
SE,V4 of SW1-.," and lots 12 and 13 of Sec 29.
T 4, S K 10 W.
He names tho following witnesses td prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of. said land, viz: ( harles Johns.«. R.
T. Weatherby. Jasper Smith and JohnMa-
—But just simply with
laney, all of Oretown, Tillamook ootnty,
Prices lower than ever.
Dress makingand Fancy Sewing a spootalty.
Third street, Campbell’s building.
M c M innville , oregon .
The noople to know that I have just received
a nice line of
Mrs. G. II. Goulet,
Garrison Opera-house building, D street,
Opposite the postofflee.
A. M. TAGGART
T II i: T A I I. O It
M lie Uns Oue of tho Neatest Shop« X
In this oonntv, and nlwnys gives his oustom
ers entire aatisfaotion. Try him
i;»*‘< «iior’« Molici
First National Bank,
E. L. E. WHITE.
D. 0. IRELAND,
M c M innville
THE YAMIIILL REPORTER
CII 11, 1886.