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T) A ( L Y REPORTER
M c M innville , O regon . S aturday , O ctober
5 red in the Postoffioe at MoMinnville for
•ansmission Through the Mails as Sec-
id Class Matter.
ted States Senators .... ]
ireeentative in Congress.... B. Hermann
.. .Z. F. Moody
. .C. B. Moores
.. R. P. Earhart
retary of State...
F. E. Hodgkin
.. Ed. Hirsch
A. F. Wheeler
it. of Public Instruction E. B. McElroy
W. H. Byars
rk Sohool Land Board E. P. MoCornaok
it. Insane Asylum.................. Dr. Josephi
............ Geo- Collins
rden Penitentiary.... Geo. K. Jaokson
( W. P. Lord
■< R. S. Strahan
I W. W. Thayer
it District........................... L. R. Webster
and District........................... Robert Bean
rd Distriot.............................. R. P. Boise
irth District................... E. D. Shattuok
Frank J. Taylor
ih District.................... M. L. Olmstead
J. W. Cowls
order...................................... J. J. Spencer
»surer............................ .......... J. L. Rogers
........................... Geo. Kauffman
let Commissioner............. C. A. Wallace
jot ...................................... Hon.
of congress to protect every intention
of butter called oleomargarine. It re
quires that manufacturers must tile a
bond of $5,000 or more, shall put up a
sign, pay $600 a year license, and put
on each vessel stamps at two cents per
pound. Wholesalers must pay $480
license and must sell from the origin
al packages. Retailers must pay $48
license and must sell from the origi
nal packages. Imported olemargarine
most be stamped fifteen cents per
pound. The vessels cannot be used
the second time. The penalties are :
Manufacturers, $1,000 to $5,000 ;
wholesalers, $500 to $2,000; ret ilers,
$50 to $500. Whoever knowingly pur
chases unstamped oleomargarine is
liable to $50 fine ; and whoever know
ingly purchases from a manufacturer
who has not paid the license tax is
liable to $100 fine, The law goes into
effect October 30. Its execution will
be in the hands of the internal reve-
nue department, and the tobacco rules
apply to its enforcement. Provision
is made for analyiical chemists and
, W. Jones,
D. C. Narver,
J. S. Nash.
T. A. Turner.
1 Su pt
( R. P. Bird
........... ( J. W. Watts
(R. R. Laughlin
.. <F. N. Little
.Geo. W. Briedwell
T. J. Harris
( J. 8. Hibbs
■ ‘ ( Geo. Dorsey
J. A. C. Freund
Jeff. D. Fenton
D. C. Narver
A J. Nelson
pe color line was thrown down as
gauntlet for a fight in theoational
lention of the Knights of Labor at
Imond this week, by the admission
Lrrell, a negro delegate, to a seat
be orchestra circle in the academy
■usic, a section of the auditorium
Bic Richmond theater hitherto
jded from the intrusion of all per-
lof this race. The general feeling
big Virginians is one of bitter re-
tnent, and they regard the dele
ft with anything but friendly feel-
I It is said that a majority of the
■ Knights are much provoked at
action of their visiting brothers,
liave declared their intention of
Kdoning the order and joining the
Bind order league, organized in
B opposition to the Knights.
M was a rumpus also occasioned
Knitting delegates from Brooklyn,
■ase of Ferrell caused a squad of
■men to be present at a subse-
■ meeting to carry out the in
Hons of Mrs. Powell, proprietor
■tanager of the theater, that Fer-
Kould not be admitted except to
■llery reserved for negroes. The
■d delegate did not appear, to
■itate a mob.
■Drrespondent inquires, “what is
PRICE TWO CENTS,
W. F. BANCA88ER, Propr.
Successor to Bangasaor A Son.
Baugaaser'a building Cor. B and Third streets.
Here is where you can get your money's
Beef, Pork, Mattes, Sausage, Tripe
Third St., Opposite
and everything ,n the line of meats, of the
best quality the oountry affords. Also the
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
Best of Bolognas.
Give me a call and be satisfied.
W. F. BA NG ASS ER.
W. T. BAXTER.
—Where you will—
F. J. MART1X.
ALWAYS FIND New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the Naw
Iniir & Mirili
Suooeesora to Al. HIJHHEY,
Third street, MoMinnville, Oregon,
I). C. I reland & Co.
ta F imt
Furnishing Goods of alt kind, and above A new, neat and clean stock. Every article
all THE LOWEST PRICE«. Also agents
A No. I. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, (iolored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco. Pipes and Cigars.
Brownsville Woolen Hill,
Carrying a full line of all goods made by Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
these celebrated mills.
(live me *a call. Ins|>ect my stock, and I
BUSS LOGAN. BILL LOGAN. WATT HENDERSON. will guarantee prices to suit you.
BROS. & HENDERSON.
Proprietors of the old established and well
MHS. M. 8HADDKN.
MISS MAI VEHS1Y.
Shadden & Vessey,
LIVERY. FEED AND SALE
stable. We are prepared at all
hours to furnish tine Carriages.
Hacks and Saddle Horses, and everything
fïFThe Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
in the Livery hire, in good shape at reason ting
able rates. In addition to first class outfits in
Fash ionable Dressunakers
LIVERY, TRICKIWG A
We keep a wagon specially adapted to the Third street, Next to Bishop & Kay’s store,
To Our BuelnesM Men.
delivery of parcels, trunks satohels. etc., for
the accomodation of the public. Orders left
Merchants and professionaHnen, now is at the stable will be promptly attended to at M hh . A. M c D onald ,
M iss K. T hornton
your opportunity to get fine printing at the reasonable rates. TRANSIENT STOCK left
with us will receive the best of care and at
lowest possible cost. We have lately receiv tention.
Logan Bros, k Henderson.
ed the largest invoice of printers stationery’
ever brought into tlic county, consisting in
M o M innville
part of 12.000 envelopes. 10,000 sheets of line
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart’s Millinery Store,
tinted and colored card-board, the leading
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
styles of ladies calling cards in great variety,
bill-head, letter-head, note-head, statement
M c M innville
O regon .
Cor. 3d and C Streets,
paper in large assortment; fancy ball invi
tations; extra fine wedding stationery; 20
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
JAS. m ’ c AIN.
rheams white and pink linen, and best Will open October 18, 1X86. Attention is
grades of cap and folio papers; shipping respectfully invited to this
tags, colored poster paper, elaborate chro
matic bill paper, and everything necessary
AND NOTARIE« PUBLIC,
Its facilities for thorough praotioal instrno
to a well regulated printing establishment. tion; aotual business department a specialty
This is the only house that carries a full where currenoy, bank oheok, drafts, eto., are
Especial attention paid to abstracta of title
stock of printers stationery on the west side used. Class, or private instruction day or and settlement of estates in probate.
Office Jail buiding. up stairs.
of the valley. Our work is warranted to evening. College Journal sent free on ap
give satisfaction as we employ no amateurs plication.
O. F. H oughton , Prin.
in onr job department. Remember that D.
P. O. Box 101.
C. J. P ayne , 8eo.
C. Ireland & Co. will give you better satis
faction for your money tnan any printing
office in the county. Our motto: Liberal
dealings and an endeavor to promote the
best interests of the community.
McCain & Hurley,
E. E. COUCHER, M. D
w. TYLER SMITH, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN AND 8ÜRGEON.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
It is an act I AfberiataM*
O bmon .
W. F. COLLARD,
Dealer in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fine Fishing tackle, Cigars,
Bralys Bank Building
Third Street, Opposite McMinnyj’ig