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BISHOP & KAY. CITY MARKET,
Entered in the Postottioe at McMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec- I
on A Cl uss Matter.
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Legul advertising at this office eo-ts
the litigant no more than the same
»pace[costs the business man. Fift\
Oil cents‘per inch (solid minion type) per
month There is an average of one
^hundred words to the inch. Count it
^?up for yourselves, and send your or-
‘ m tiers t< thi' office.
Ootoi-er comes across the hill
Like some light ghost, she is so still:
Though her sweet cheeks are rosy
And through the floating thistle-down
Her trailing, brier-tangled gown
Gleams like a crimson posy.
The crickets in the stubble chime;
Lanterns flash out at milking time;
The daisy's lost her ruffles;
Thu wasps the honeyed pippins try;
A film is over the blue sky,
A spell the river 11mflies.
Th< golden rod fades in the sun;
The spiders' gauzy veil is spun
Athwart the drooping sedges;
Th e nuts drop softly from their burrs,
No song bird the dim silence stirs,
W t ** * A blight is on the hedges.
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But filled with fair content is she,
As if no frost could ever be,
To dim her brown eyes’ luster;
And much she knows of fairy folk
That dance beneath the spreading oak
I With tinkling mirth and bluster.
8b< i listens when the dusky eves
8tep softy on the fallen leaves,
KAs if for message cheering;
d it must be that she can hear,
yond November grim and drear,
, The feet of Christmas nearing.
—Susan Hartly, in St. Nicholas.
MISCELL \ NEOUS
Pepper will be pepper this year, A
storm in Jamaica blew the peppers all off
Noah W ebster, inventor of the En
glish language, has a daughter in
Bridgeport. Connecticut, aged 82 years.
Third St., ( Opposite
Parson 1 »owns, of Boston, has mani
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
festly missed his calling. His eminent
D on ’ t F orget tue P i he .
advertising talents point to the show
business as his proper field of labor.
— Where you will—
Chicago papers lament that that
city has done but little for the Charles
ton fund. Chicago should remember
that charity covers a multitude of sins.
Prof. Shalt r has an article in the last j
Atlantic m which he attempts to trace
the antipathy which exists among men
toward races different from theirs to an
inheritance from their animal ancestors.
It is an interesting speculation, and
to almost every thoughtful observer the
same idea has occurred.
Ben Harrison says that the republi Furnishing Goods of all kind, and above
THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
cans will carry Indiana. Illinois will all
certainly go republican. W ith \ ermont Hrow UN* ill<* Woolen Hill,
under the leadership of Edmunds, , Carrying a full line of all goods made by I
Maine under Blaine’s leadership, In these celebrated mills.
diana under that of Harrison, and 11- '
linois with Logan as a leader, all giving 1
bouncing republican majorities, every LOGAN PROS. S HENDERSON.
body will be vindicated and we »may Proprietors of the old established and well
be happy together.
LIVERY, FEED AND BALE
Isn’t it rather rubbing it in to in Í ,
'stable. We are prepared at nil
elude in the design for oleomargarine '
2_h ■ us to furnish tine Carriages,
stamps, intended for packages, “a nice Hncks and Saddle Horses, and everything
in the Livery hire, in good shape at reason
device in black ink, representing a able rates. In addition to first class outfits in
farmer and a mechanic on either side - lIVIICY, THItKIXG A 14AHIM.,
We keep a wagon specially adapted to the
a shield bearing the Stars and Stripes.’’ delivery of parcels, trunks satchels, etc., for
the accomodation of the public. Orders left
As the farmer is the injured rival, and at
the stable will be promptly attended to at
the mechanic too often the deluded reasonable rates. TRANSIENT STOCK left
ns will receive the beat of care and at
victim of the bogus butter makers, it is with
Logan Bros. Sc Henderson.
not exactly a happy conceit to unite
M c M innville
them in holding the national emblem
over the stuff.
W. E. Gould, a bank cashier, Port
Cor. dd and C Streets.
land, Me., defaulted to the extent of
$87,000. Much is made of the fact
that the criminal is a son-in-law of Neal Will open October IB, 1MS6. Attention is
respectfully invited to thia
I)ow, and also that he has long been a
man of apparent eminent piety. Pos Its facilities for thorough practioa> instruc
sibly when the truth is all out, it may tion; actual business department a specialty
be discovered that neither the incident where currency, bank check, drafts, etc., are
used. Class, or private instruction day or
of his relation to the aged reformer evening. College Journal sent free on ap
C. F. H oi ohton , Prin.
nor his religion had anything to do plication.
P. O. Box 101.
C. J. P atnk , Sec.
with making him a thief.
ALWAYS I IM)
W. F. BANCAS8ER, Propr
Successor to Baugasaer A Son.
Bangas-er'a building Cor. H and Third streeAe.
Here is when’ you xiu
get yoiFr money's
Beef, Pork. Mutton, Sansage, Trip«
and everything .11 the line of meats, of th«
best quality th«’ country aftonl». Aho the
Bost of Bolognas.
Give me a call and he satiefioil.
W. F. HANGABHEH.
W. I. it x x i i:t;
K. J. WARTIN.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
\t the New Store of
Basier i Mariis
A new, neat and elean stock.
A No. I. Emit .InrM, Butter <'rochr, fVlorrd
Glawi.Tarc, Cutlery, Caned Good», To
bacco. Pipes and Cigar*.
Trcsh Fruit and Vegetable« in I mm «
Give me a call. Inspect mv stork, «nd I
will guarantee price« to suit you.
MHS. M. HllAIinrX.
Shadden & Vessey,
K hn h ion it ‘b I e íD rcHufttakcFN
t^f’l’he Taylor System of Cutting and PU
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay’s »tor«,
Our village is quiet and trade lively.
Front the way the stores were thronged
Mas. A. M c D onald .
M ihm K. T hobmto «
last)Saturday one would think the
farmers have money.
otri The body of Wm. Cooper arrived
We* here yesterday from San Francisco,
In Mrs. H. I'. HtunrCa Millinery Htore.
when he went but a few days since
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
p i for health. The bereaved family have
Me M inn vin,r.
Mrs L. attended another quilting.
It was at Wm. II. Harrisons, and she
speaks in the highest praise of the
McCain & Hurley,
The work was somewhat Anatrateti l»v
AXO MOTAH1EA PUBLIC,
ere accident which happened to a
paid toabetraetaof title
son of Hon. J. R. Sanders. The little
and aettleroent of eel a tee in probate.
thown from a horse and so
Ortioe Jail binding, op at a ire.
badly cut and bruised about the head
and/ face that it was feared he could
not live. His physician thinks he
h . c. roam
All the judges of the supreme court C. D. JOHNSON.
will beco ver.
W. F. COLLARD,
f Mr and Mrs. Bunting treated us to of the United States will be in attend •JOHNSON & FORGE.
ar* * ni* ride last Sunday evening. We ance at the commencement of the
Dealer in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition
MANUK ACTUBXBH or
Cutlery, Fine Fishing tackle, Cigar
’’|l' went to Bellevue, where we learned a term. October 12th. Chief Justice
‘Church was to be dedicated at 3 p. m., Waite spent his summer vacation in a WAGONS, HACKS, BHŒGIES. CABBIAÖE8,
but *< found the services had been at trip to the Yellowstone national park,
Bralys Bank Building
11 k in. 'We next drove to Ballston, and to Alaska, and is much improved
Third Street, Opposite McMinnville
B Street, between Third and Foorth.
pausing some fine farms on our way, in health and strength. Justice Field
and Justice Matthews spent most of Specialty. r_.
¿heaei ¡e by
___ 2 ‘ farm, the
GIVE U8 A CALL.
Jbuntry home we have seen in the | the summer in Europe.