TEi.EGi: i t’nic. e ileaillui-k sstKl prevails in two liq.- ires, West Virginia and New Jer- The democrats have a majority in tiody, hilt cannot ngiee upon the they want for senator. o'.pecta are fl tttering for large ap- riations for Oregon this year by con- h . This ia due in n gieat measure lie energy display« i by Sen.it ns ill ami Mitchell and Representa- ■o Herm inn. ■iifest dispatches from Helena say ■ reports ot extreme cold weather in mtsna this winter have been greatly ■gerate ! ; tli.it th; winter lias been L c >! I jr th i t ti <u il. a t I til it the Ither is now uri le rating. flie Oregon and Transcontinental Ry will try to control the next 5>orth- I Pacific election. The lease of the tgon railway ami navigation to the |on Pacific will not beimi<le, because great has not given the Union Pacific right to make the lease. ho immigration hoard exhibits be- the property of the state, Governor nnoyer can take «barge ami turn ■in over to tiie live real estate men of td.de who Imvo so long been slan- ed bj the ex secretary of th« boa««!, ese gentlemen will place them where ly will do the most good. 'he Heppner Gazette's new letter id reads as followes: Inkshop of ppner Gazette .1. W. Redington, ink- •tiger. A paper that goes fishing on inlays without regard to weather 1 earns its bread by th ; creak of its 'aatprwor pros«. II judq i irters pl.mt- ■ on the ground. No stairs to climb. ■ id to the left mid right thereof np- Cars the poitrails of "Hon. S. I,. Mor- ■*, godfather of the country.’’ "lion. .jury Heppner.stepfather of tjie city.” lidinglon is nothing if not original. KTlie freight brakemen on the New prk. Pennsvlvania A Ohio railroad ami e yard crows are on a strike and the tight trade on the linn is nearly sus- ■niled. The employes had a in .eting d were inform« 1 that Sup i.intendent [■Brien had given instructions to en- rce the order taking the third brake- an off from each crew. Acting upon his information, tiie men quit work, alley assert that when the strike was Ifettled last fall it was agreed that each Lain should ltave three btakeman. ’The Macon Telegraph, a demotratic Hiper, rises to remark : "The protee- ve tariff is a great institution for the hole country, ami we are proud to Bay tis includes the booming south. But hen the free traders complain that it pes not enable everybody to live iq leness without paying taxes or ieeding B babies, we are forced to admit that hey have grounds for complaint. Sei- title as the system is, it still leaves le patriots of all classes and conditions chance to distinguish themsidves in io fields of labor and statesmanship, his must not he overlooked.” Every unsuccessful strike should ause the strikers to examine carefully nd intelligently into the causes of the r ¡lure, ami to profit, from tb it ex iminu >n. After every strike also, unsuc- ssful as well as successful, the em ployer should make an equally thorough ml conscientious examination into its ,uuse«, ami see whether a greater degree i wisdom or humanity on bis part ouhl not lmvo prevented it, to his own rotit as well as to the ailvantage of his niplovees. What is done can’t be help d, but much good may come in the turo in consequenco of a little experi- The New York Sun says in a ringing ouble-leaded leader. The United tates will not indulge in persuasion; it contrary to the order ol human events, 8 they forever keep nt a distnnee those tainfiil appeals to arms, with which the listory of every nation abound«. It is a ¡rank due the I’nited States among un ions which would he withhold if not ibsolutely lost bv a reputation of weak- less. If we desire to avoid insult we gnlist be able to repel, li »e desi e to •eciire peace—one of the most powerful nstruments to our prosperity—it must m known at all times that we are ready ■for war. I.o.« A nu it.Es, Mun 112.—Mayor Work man says there Ims been no new cases — Proprietors of— ■ >t smallpox in this city in tin* past eight Warra Saw Mills, days. Of those sent tu the hospital four died, eigl.t are convalescent. Twelve MtSimnille Sash and dour Factory. — I>ealers in - cases occurred altogether. White and Rud Lend, W ashington , March 1.— Tiie senate appropriation committee lias increased Linseed and Lubricating Oils, the number of new cruisers, authorized Varnishes of all Description, to be built in the naw appropriation bill Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting i om six to nine, ami added several mil Paris Whiting lion <1 dials to the b 11 that was passed I*. & B. and Princess Metalic by the house. Roof Paint, Venitian Red, W ashington , March 2.—The attorney- genetai informed the representative of Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, the anti-Mormoiis, Judge R. N. Baskin, and Hardware this morning that the .Moimon bill would Prices as Low as the Lowest. be signed to-day. The delay has been 1,f JONES & Co. din« to the desire of the president to give the trill fils careful consideration. Ih Bt.rN, M irch 2.—A mob nt. I’ally- a l.aunis attacked a force of police last evening and rescued some prisoners whom they bad in clia’ge. The mob stoned tiie police ami partially wrecked You want anything in the line of the barracks. T.ie prliee tired a num ber of shots at the ciowd, but without hitting any one. Several policemen were injured by the stones. A lma , .Match 1.— Yesterday after noon W. A. Bishop, u rancher living near here, accidently shot his little girl, aged four ami n half years. 11« was try ing to shoot a hawk and the child came iround the corner of the house just a« the gun was discharged. Several shot took effect ill the side of her heart. Medical aid «as gammoned from Los Gatos and the child is pronounced out We make a specialty ol Fine of danger. New Y ork , March 1.—Tiie cooper’s «trike seems to be on the verge of col a lapse. The employeis asset t they are getting all the help tliev need from non union shops. The announcements from Jersey City that tiie strikers employed in one of the leading refineries over In McMinnville. Oregon. there, hail returned under pledge to «ever all connections with the Knigiits ERNEST BOLLACK. of Lalior, has bail a depressing effect on those who still hold out. N kw Y okk , March 2.—There is some I doubt as to whether the Dauntless and Coronet will be able to start on their Jev/c!ry Work Neatiy Done. race across the A lantic on Saturday, as expected. In that case their departure Watches Guaranteed & War will be delayed until Tuesday. The de ranted. lay is on the part of tiie Coronet. Tiie other boat, is reported ready to leave at Third street, belween C and I> in the tail Tltf in hour’s notice. The stakes are $10,000 oring establishment of It. B. Hibbs. a side ami the interest in the contest is ---- EMMA wide-spread. W ashington . March 2.—Genera) Su perintendent Nash has issued the fol lowing: A postal clerk in the seventh Supported by division of the railway mail service lias been removed for violation ot section t 758 of the instructions to railway postal Tim Popular Comedian, and the clerks. lie allowed an unauthorized best mid strongest dramatic eomnmiy on the coast, nt person to enter his car, and that person stole from the mail four registered let GARRISON'S OPERA HOUSE ters. Any clerk permitting a violation NIGHTS OWLY O L ri<la> and Saturday, .llarcii 4 «ft S, of section 758 will be summarily dealt with. In selections from the following repertory: N ew Y ork , March 2.—There is scarce East Lynne, Fanchon, May Blossom, Camille, New Magdalene, Hubert ly a trace of the recent strike of the long Macalre, and 1OO others. shoremen visible now along the w harves -FRIDAY NIGHT:- of either river. The fact is, the foreign exports litis week are $8,000,000, or about $2,000,000 over the recent weekly Reserved Seats, 75 cents, on sale at average, ami shows there is no longer Rogers & Toilil’s drug, store. any impediment to tiie free handling of GENERAI. ADMISSION, 50 Cents. cargoes. All lite companies report that they are well satisfied with their new ■tamls, who have now acquired sufficient experience to enable them to handle goods with as much facility as their pre- lecessors. New Opening r 1 FID M. I’ YGFE Bishop&Kay MILLINERY! —A Full Line of— Steal and Chilled Plows, Sulky. Gang Thimble and Steel Skein Farm Wagon«, Spring Wagons, Buggies and and Walking Plows, Harrows and . everything on wheels. Cultivators of all kinds. —At the Millinery Parlors of— M iss IT L. Rus HATS AT HALF PRICE. svi carlton , oregcn , Warehousemen and Grain Buyers. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Si lendid wnreliouses. ci'inplete with latest improved nmi binery. Thorough and long experience in handling grain. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of Grain. XT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tiie tax hooks of Yamhill ------ Also, deniers in------- County for the yaar ISSG. are now in my hands for collection, and that myself or de puty will vi>il the various precincts of said •ountv as follows, between tiie hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4 o clock p. m. : Monday January 21 Dundee East Chehalein Tuesday “ 25 Wagons,’Buasie3 .and Carriagoa. • Cinder Twine, Bolthg, Oils, asd ( Newberg) • West Chehalein Wednesday Machino Supplies cf ail kinds. Carter’s store) North Yamhill Thursday (Runnels’) * ’arlton Friday North McMinnville Saturday South McMinnville Monday Bellevue Tuesday Willamina W ed n esd i Sheridan Thursday ■ j Amity . * > \ 1 rKla\ (Simpsons) Wheatland Saturday Dayton Monday Lafayette Tueeduy All persons are requested to be present at «aid appointments and settie tneir taxes, or |»ay the same to me at my office by the first of April, a« required by law. If not Acme Harrow,Clod Crusher and Leveler Hoosier Force Feed Seeders and Drill» then paid we will he neeesidmted to follow Most effective and serviceable farm with truss axle ami wide tiles, ihe constructions of the law. implement in use. UldOSIEB RUNNER PRESS DRILL T. J. HARRIS, 2-l-m6 Latest improved and best seeder in use. C2t4 Flieriff and Tax Collector. Farm, Dairy and Mill MACITESTERY. Call and Sue OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA VIA Oregon à California R. R. And Connections. Fare to San Francisco, $32; Sacramento $30. Close connections made at AsMand with stages of the California, Oregon and Idaho Stage Company. (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.) F.awt Side Division. BETWEEN I OR I I,ANI> autl ASHLAND. Mail Train. LEAVE. ARRIVE. CLOSING OUT SALE —OF— Boots —At <fe the— Shoes. Pioneer Boot and Shoe Stere. In order to make room for Spring and Summer Goods, which will soon begin to arrive, and wishing to reduce stock. I wil! sell at actual AVliolesale Cost Until April 1 This is a bonadidv SLAUGHTER SALE ANNOUNCEMENT. Call 4:00 A. M. 3.45 1’. M. and examine goods and prices and you will be convinced of the fact that this is no hum Albany Express Train. bug. Sign of the Big Boot. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 4:00 P. M.lLebnnon 9:20 P. M. Lebanon 4 :15 A. iM. I Portland 10:U5A. M. Portland <H:00A. M.lAsliland Ashland .S;45 p. M |porthind Opposite the Grange Store. Pullman Palace Daily between Portland and Ashland. The 0. <*ii K. B. Ferrv makes connection with all the regular trains on the East Side Division from foot of F Street. West Side Divialen. BETWEEN i’OK * LAND A < DRV ALLIS. Mail Train. ARRIVE. LEAVE. Port’and 7:30 A. M ¡Corvallis 12:25 P.M. Corvallis 1 :3i) P. M i Portland 6:15 P.M. At Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon Pacific It. R. for Yaquina Bay. Express Train. ARRIVE. LEAVE. Portland 4:50 I’. M.¡McMinnville#:00P.M. McMin’vil!e5:45A.M. I Portland 9:00 A. M. Local tickets for sale and baggage checked at company’s up-town office, corner Pine and S ( ond streets. Tickets for principal points in California can only be procured at company’s office. Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or. Freight will not be received for shipment after live P. M. on either the East or West Side Divisions. R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS, M anager. G. F. & Pass. Agt. McMinnville Baths! C. H. FLEMING, Prop. Shaving, Hair Cutting and----- ----- Stampoing Parlors. Ladies’ and Children's Work — A SPECIALTY.— —Have Just Added— [V P. F. EROWNK. Cars Sleeping Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts. Kuw To-Day Barnekoff, Tlioinason & Swanson, M c M innville . M c M innville crossing and The Finest Line of Cigars A. J. APPERSON, ---- HEADQUARTERS FOR----- Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ------ AND------- GENERAL AI EUCH AK IDISE ---- Sole Agent for the Celebrated----- I3roadhead Divss Goods. An Assortment of these Popular Goods In all the Latest Novelties, New and Desirable Colorings, Just Received» PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE. What wa Guarantee far the Dress Goods of cur Manufacture: To be made from the very best material, by skillful workmen, with the latest and ni»«t approved machinery, and to be the cheapest goods in the market when service i» considered. Are so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in daiup weather or a shower, with out fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking. The manufacturing, dyeing and finishing is done in such a manner, that the goods can be washed if desired, without the least injury to the fabric. Our goods are wool dyed, and the colors are as fast as the purest dyes and greatest care and skill can make them. Goods show just what they are and will be until wom out. as there is no weighting, stiflening, or artificial lustre used to increase the weight or finish; as is the case with a large class of goods in the market, but which disappears after a L w days’ service. As manufacturers we have taken great pains to supply an article in every way re liable, and unsurpassed by similar good«, either foreign or domestic, and would respect- lully ask an examination of the various styles and shades to be found on sale by mer chants who are agents for the goods. All goods of our manufacture should bear the name and trade mark of Broadhead Wcrsted Mills, Jamestown. N. Y. Try Them. MILLS Ktep on ltand a complete stock of tliesc geods. Also a largì' and well as- sorted line of —Dealers in— Gents’ Furnishing ‘Go:ds, ---- Ladies* and Gents’----- I11 X I si ioes , Worsted Clothing In all the latest Styles and Patterns, which for tit and quality cannot hr beat. Call and see our spring goods before pur chasing else where. Which will soon appear.— Sarah Bernhardt will appear at Wash ■ ngton soon ami M rn tg -r Abbev ba« not pent a box to the president fertile se.i- H ion. Tins i< a marked exception to the W | ljan.il » -r t usual nr< programme of visiting theatrical managers. All the hexes are sold for the week. If Hie president ucetip'es a ■ box at th« theater this week, it will be through the c nrte«> ol those who liavt already pu chased their boxes. Abbey •sys that last vetr when lie was nt Washington he sent a box to the p esi lent in answer to his reqneat for one, tnd that he did not make the slightest AT------ acknowledgement of the favor (panted He says th« boxes are worth money, GARRISON S OPERA HOUSE anti that the box given to President (’leveland at his own req'i'-st. was at Wednesday Aiixht. Marell 9th. LSS7. least worth a plain ordinary ‘ liiaoK yon.” It i« p-oper to slate tii.it the «le v Tickets, including «nr. < r at the new Cook Good that the piesident a«k« l M AM» y I'o Ibncl. >l .o. Kverylssiy invitisi nu«i< will Is- in attendance,and gissi order b box in the I li mter i i. H g<-m r.dly be- «ili I* preserved A handsome prize will 1>e given to the I h -U lady mnrqRwnmer. Corner Third and C Streets. OTHO WILLIAMS, I Groceries and Provisions. (Successor to A. M. Taggart.) Merchant 'Tailor Prescription. Druggist HUSSEYS OLD STAND. ltf M c M innville —Dealers in all kinds of— FT our and Leed F urniture S tore , —Goods sold at— The Lowest Cash Price —And— I )el i vei•< ‘d Lrée ! febttf To any part of the city. Prop., ^Carries a Complete Stock cf— G RANI) MASQUERADE BALL! Fine Tailoring a Specialty, G imh I Fit Guaranteed M< M ixsvti.i.r I or lo Sale. Ornenos. A an 1 reliable Medicine«nre thebest todepend upon. Acker’s Blood El ixir has been prescribed for j eers for «11 im purities cf t I k - Flood. 1 n every form of Scrof ulous, Syphilitic cr Mercurial diseases, it is invaluable. For Rheumatism, Las no equal. Gen. W. Burt, druggist. Millinir Done! I would most respectfully announce that I have leased the Chris Newby Flonrimr Mill in llappv Valley, have thorouglilv >verhatile<l and repaired it, ami am now reailv to do grinding for toll orcash. Come and see me. IBinB -I. A. VERSTKKO. k O . . would enjoy your dinner »J »nd nre prevented by Dys pepsia, uso Acker’s Dyspepsia Tablets. They sro a positive cure for Dyspensia, In digestion, Flatulency and Constipation. Wo guarantee them. 25 and 00 centi. Oso. W. Burt, druggist Furniture and Undertakers’Goods. HORSEMEN! W hen vou want horse bills printed, renienr bei that ¡lie 1 EL ephone office is unsurpassed in facilh ies for doing this and all other kinds I ot Jo!) Printing. Good work. Low prices.