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NEWS OF THE WORLD.
From Here, There and Everywhere.
! Coilege of Liberal Art i.
wf . sti : in.
If—College of ¡Medicine:Dr. E. P. Fra
HI. -College of Law: Judge Win.
Woman's College: Mrs. <C.
The Lender of file Polk County
—Conservatory of Music; Z. M. Par ' ’lob IrreMed at North Yamhill.
L afayette , July 21.—This
VII—Art Department: Miss Marie
morning Sheriff Graves of Polk
county came down to this place,
ami in company with Sheriff
Thirty teachers. Day board for young
men, $1.50 per week.
Harris of Yamhill county, ami
Ladies' board in Woman’s College a Portland detective, went out
ball, $2.50 with unfurnished room;
$3.50 with nicely furnished room. First near North Yamhill ami arrest
terra begins Septembor 5. Caat-
CO ilEGE OFMEOICiNE.
ed Abe Blackburn. It is claim
loffue# and information sent free.
ed that Blackburn was the lead-
ess, THO3. VAWSCOY, Salem, Oregon.
I ■ nf flic. A V lY 1 -nnV» "* • 'k
car Kelty at Dallas. It is also
said that he did not wear any
mask at the time of the lynching
Newberg, Yamr.'H County. Oregon
In successful operation since i860, patronized from and that he has been identified
all sections of the Northwest, endorsed by
business men and leading educators.
as being the leader of the gang,
THE MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED SCHOOL
of its class on the Coast, it offers private or class No further arrests have been
instruction, day and evening throughout the year, in
Writing, Correspondence, Book-keeping. made
in this county.
First term 1887 begins Sep Arithmetic,
Business and Legal
tember 12. Total expense for Banking,Shorthand,Type-writing.
Forms and all Common School Branches. Student* Blackburn is a man with a fam
all ages and both sexes admitted at any time.
t f tion, board and lodging for of
Catalogue free. Armstrong and Wesco, Proprietors.
one year $110. Instruction
thorough Especial attention
given to physical culture and
in 11th of students. Moral and
reliud'C.H influences carefully
guarded. No saloons nearer
than <-:<rht miles. Situated
on the P. £ W. V. R. 11., 21»
mile- fro:.' Portland, mid one
mil.- ‘¡"m Rogers' landing on
the Wi'dani! tte river.
> Tl HI N rs— ;oo GKADI.
BUSINESS COIJ.El IE
TAKEN TO SALEM.
S alem , July 21.—This even
ing Sheriff Graves of Polkcoun-
.••hortband and type-writing
I tv brought to this city and lodg-
jed in jail Abe Blackburn, of
1 oomplette business course, penmanship, 1 North Yamhill, who was arrest
-.bort-band. type-writing, business corres
ed near that place this morning
j. >:i lence. vto. . taupht day and evening.
• b irth, .d lessons by mail. Address for
charged with complicity in the
G. HOLMES, Principal.
’ .•ml for Catalogue.
lynching of Oscar Kelty on the
morning of July 7. Blackburn
(ha- been positively identified by
Harry Depew, Kelty’s guard, as
hh '.jjapest Piaos to Buy
G oj G s
the unmasked man who entered
the jail at the head of half a doz-
PHYSICIANS AND sUllGEOh <
others after breaking down
‘ • .1 .
Hus I wU .
• to be at
the outside door, and compelled
(Office over Braly’n 1.
' him to unlock the cell in which
¡the. murderer was confined.
DB. I- O. J AYLOR.
Hear ye, people of Yamhill county. I will Other people saw
--1! uy ¿nt stock of BOOTS and SHOES
L.ite uf New ■ 'ilenns, Ln..
Who have just received direct from
now on h .nd at ten per cent discount, and and four
l’àles ami U; «tuia a -,
I south toward Polk county, be
étalât y. C'oi:*ui1ati«»n
Large, New and Ele tween McMinnville and Carlion,
ihe large-: and most complete assortment
irte. Pio Cure
ever brought to the oity. and they wili
\e ä ay.
|on the evening of July 6, and
sell you one for less money than w: «
Just Received, will be sold at a profit of
ever heard of in Yamhill County.
they were seen returning on the
ten percent. There is ONLY’
ÖJ“ Offiue with H. V. V. Johnson, j . 1
One BOOT and SH‘>E store in McMinnville
Mo 'I inn ville, Oregon.
where you can get vour moneys worth, and morning of July 7.
----- They keep a general line of—
that is at De.Ischneider's. Come and see me. other clues serve to establish al
Next door to Yamhill Conntv bank.
!•’. DEILS< HNEIDER.
most unmistakably the identity
of Blackburn as active leader of
Hair Catlin*, Shaving and sbaui.
pooinff Fur ¡or.
the party which hanged Kelty.
15c SHAVING 15c.
Twelve others of the mob are
C. H. FLEMING. Proprietor.
they will sell way down at rook bottom
(Snccessor to A. C. Wyndham. I
prices. We have the
Blackburn is an ordinary look
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
man of about 49 years, rath
McCormick & Deering
have just added to my park’ the all Steel Binders, universally admitted to be
er below the medium height, of
largest and finest stock of cigars ever in this
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
eitv. Trv then-.
i sandy complexion, with chin
Deering and McCormick Iron Mowers, that
beard and moustache. He is
have no superior. Also Hay Rakes. Plows.
JOHN J. SAX.
Harrows. < ultivators. Grain Drills. Seeders,
now a farmer, but was formerly
Buggies. Hacks and Wagons, the best to be
a member of the firm of Black
had in the state. Hawkey and Bockeye
pumps and pipes of all sizes and kinds. HENDERSON BROS.,
burn & Peckham,dealers in gen
Come one. come all, come everybody and
Ample room to care tor horses.
merchandise and warehouse
team- at as reasonable rates as any where in
Oregon. New stable Third St., MoMinnville. men, which failed a year since
In Running Order,
And we guarantee you will go home happy.
under cloudy circumstances.
A. H. 4 0.0. HODSON.
Yamhill Reporter Publishing Go. Peckham has left the country,
Will chop Feed for $2 per ton
probably because he feared pros
Mrs. M. Shadden
or one-tenth toll.
ecution for crocked work in the
failure. Litigation is now pend
Farmers and others having grain to chop
can oome to my mill, and attend to any
rt-t-i__ ing between Yamhill county and
business in the oity to better advantage than Fashionable Dressmaker,
driving two miles oat of town to get their
The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit- •
xTlAX GTSf Portland creditors of the bank
JOHN J. SAX.
McMinnville, Or. tinR employed.
rupt firm concerning the prop
B etreet, bet. 2d and 3d. McMinnville. Or.
erty which was assigned, upon
Remember that there is a home
the failure, to the latter.
A lot of new job type just received
nursery at Lafayette, when you want
When arrested, Blackburn
at the Reporter job room?
trees. Address E. R. Poppleton.
BOOTS I SHOES
Feed Chopping Mill
PRICE TWO CENTS.
took matters cooly, but after
alarmed,vigorously denied to tho
sheriff that he was the ring lead
er of the mob.
lie was taken,
to Dallas, arraigned before Jus
tice 1'rink on a charge of mur
der, and held without bail for
examination next Tuesday, and
then brought to Salem.
1’here has been some talk
a band of 200 “rescurers,”
who were sworn to release from
custody of the officers aj tho
time, any of the lynching
had been arrested.
Whether such “brotherhood”
will at any time attempt to res
Blackburn from tho Marion
i cni'vfy inil and from the custody
1 a man of the well-kuo,,.:
and determination of
Sheriff Minto, remains to be
but the rumor of such or
is probably idle talk.
Fifteen I.»borer, Killed and Hany
Injured by an Express Train.
N ew Y ork , July 21.—A gang
of Italian laborers were at work
ballasting on the Erie railway
on a sharp curve about three-
fourths of a mile above Hoboken.
Tee Chicago express was an hour
latA and rushed round the curve
befo^ .the meij had the slight
est warning and dashed through
them, kx’ling twelve or fifteen
on the snot and wounding many
others. The shrieks of the vic
tims wej'e heartrending. When
the t.Ain slowed up the track
presented a sickening sight, be
ing covered with mangled bod
ies, the rails splashed with blood
and broken limbs, while pieces
of ragged flesh were scattered in
all directions. Some bodies
were mangled beyond description
and crushed out of all semblance
of humanity. To most of the
victims death must, have come
instantaneously, but some of
them appeared to be yet quiver
ing and life ebbing away when
the train was brought to a stand
still. There was only fifteen
minutes’ delay, and the train
which had wrought so much dis
aster proceeded on its way from
Allendale to Hoboken.
The Toledo Blade has publish
ed replies from 21,390 republi
can voters from every state ami
territory in the Union, save Utah
and Alaska, giving their prefer
ence for the next republican
candidates for president and vice-
president. The names mention
ed in the replies are Blaine,
Sherman, Lincoln, Allison, Ed
munds, Ingersoll, Harrison, In
galls, Gen. Sherman, Evarts,
Hawley, Depew and Foraker.
Farmers; come right along. I am
now ready to chop your feed, and will
fill the bill in a perfectly satisfactory
manner. Elsia Wright.
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