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M c M innville , O regon . T hursday ,
Consolidated Feh. 1,1889.
july 14, 1892.
VOL. IV. NO. 24
U nion H ardware C o .
A Woman of the Pari* Half-World Who
Deceived New York Society.
An absurd incident illustrating
admiration of the American public
titled people and the very curious
sence of precaution manifested in
receiving of such persons in the United
States, often with no other credentials
than their own assertions, has just
come to our knowledge. Our inform
ant was a married lady, who lias for
some years past resided in Paris, and
who went with her busband last year
to spend a few months in her native
Wc are a Home Concern, and if we are fortunate enough to make any land. They made a tour of the water
ing plaoes during July and August and
money it remains in the County.
towards the close of their wanderings
PRICES THE LOWEST. QUALITY CONSIDERED, then why not they arrived at a summer resort noted
for the size and splendor of its hotels.
BUY OF US.
They took up their quarters at the
principle one oi these hostelries, and
when my friend inscribed ids and her
names on the hotel register as “Mr.
and Mrs. X---- of Paris,” he was in
stantly asked if he knew the Countess
Z---- . He was forced to confess that
lie had never even heard of the lady.
Thereupon an immense amount of
consideration on the part of the hotel
proprietor and his employes was imme
CABRIOLETS, PARK WAGONS.
diately manifested towards him. Not
to have known the elegant and fascin TO WIN CLEVELAND VOTERS.
Farming on Wrong Principle*.
charmed any longer by art? Neither
ating Countess Z---- argued that in
the artist nor the dilettante; the artist
in Paris Mr. and Mrs. X---- were The Aims of The France* Cleveland In- 1 Miss Busby had a good farm and it and the dilettante would cease to exist.
themselves unknown and by no means
was well stocked and conducted by So, while we have gained much from
fluence Club No. 1.
herself in a lucrative manner. Mr. the enormous increase in labor saving
frequented the best society.
charming countess, traveling
Many Democratic women of New Higgins lived neighbor to her and was machinery that lias characterized the
company with a youndjFrench mar York have turned politicians for the a pretty good farmer himself. One latter half of the present century, we
ried couple, had just taken her depart coming presidential campaign. They day he went in and sat down on tlie have lost what probably will not soon
ure with her friends from the hotel will bo au important and attractive' porch steps and watched her shelling be restored, the leve of work and prids
aforesaid. She had been overwhelmed feature of it. They propose to accomp peas.
in work for its own sake, the love and
with attentions during her stay. The lish their object in womanly ways. ; “You’ve got a nice farm here, Miss pride that were the parents of mechan
best of carriages, the most sumptuous The object is to secure the election of Busby,” he said at ratidom.
ical skill, skill which, now they art*
of recast« the most carefully trained of Grover Cleveland and thus make Mrs. i I “I think so,” she responded, with a dead, is itself decaying. The loss ap-
K. SANDERS, PROPRIETOR.
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
the chambermaids and waiters o( the Grover Cleveland the first lady of the touch of pride.
]M*ars inevitable to those who scan the
First (’lass in Every Particular. Free
house, were all placed at her service. land once more.
I “Got fine fields of truck glowin' all social horizon philosophically; it is,
Sample Room for Commercial Travelers.
Farmers can get a good dinner here for
She was called upon by a number of “They love babies and have a very around?”
however, no less to be regretted because
Office at McMinnville Pharmacy.
25 cents; give us a call. Formerly the Cook
the villa holders of the place and invit tender spot in their hearts for Ruth
All diseases and ailments of tlie domesti
“Got ten line cows and a lot of other
ed to dinners and afternoon teas, and Cleveland. They are also economical,
cated animals treated day or night.
“This tendency of labor saving ma
M c M innville
altogether was made much of. When and rebel against a tariff which reduces cattle?”
chines was many years ago pointed out
J D. BAKER,
she went away she took with her a the number of gowns in their summer
by Ruskin, who, in the light of the ful
number of letters of introduction from wardrobe. There is a certain unpleas “Got some good horses and mules?” fillment of his prediction, proved only
CARLIN & COULTER, Proprietors
her new acquaintances to prominent antness about that McKinly bill which
too true a prophet.
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
families in New York and Boston and compels them to pay $20 for a $15 bon “(lot a comfortable house and a good
Goods of all descriptions moved and care
“It is this efleet upon the masses,
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will
promised faithfully that she would not net on account of its Parisian origin.
mor than unequal distribution of
be made monthly Hauling of a.l kinds
fa* 1 topresent them. She spoke Eng These are a few of the reasons for tlie
Office Upstairs in the Garrison Building. done cheap.
wealth, that is separating society ill
lish remarkably well, an accomplish formation last Wednesday afternoon of “Got a lot of fat chickens and turkeys America into distinct classes.
RAMSEY & FENTON,
ment that had a good deal to do with the Frances Cleveland Influence Club and geese?”
her brilliant social success during her No. 1. Its originator and president is
INFLUENCE OF HEREDITY.
“Got money in the bank?"
Mrs. Mary Frost Ormsby, and the first
The Ohio Improved Chester boar. Duke
Recovering finally from the shock of meeting was held at her home, No. 115
An Excn*e for Our Virtue* but Not for
of Yamhill. No. 8456 property of Wm. B.
Oregon. Turner, will be permitted a limited number
being held as social pariahs on account West Ninety-sixth street.
“Got everything you need on a farm,
of sows this season. Can be seen at own
of their lack of acquaintanceship with
Office, Rooms 1 and 2 Uuion Block.
Mrs. Ormsby is a woman of striking haven’t you?”
er’s farm 6 miles southwest of McMinnville.
Did it ever occur to persons who talk
this elegant lady Mr. and Mrs. X----- personality. She is tall and slender
(JALBREATH & GOUCHER,
continually of heredity and its influ
“Got no husband, have yen?”
finished their sojourn at the hotel in witli a decisive yet winning manner.
This was so unexpected that Miss ence to think how their talk impresses
question and soon after sailed from
“I come of a long race of politicians,”
almost dropped a basket of |s*as children? What are tlie youngsters to
make of the su p]x>sl tlon t hat they aren't
home. A few months after they got go over to the democractic side. This I on Mr. Higgins’ head.
M c M innville ,
O regon .
themselves at all, but really their great
back Mr. X— was invited by a French do because I think the democratic
BURNS & DANIELS. gentleman to accompany him to an en platform comes nearest to what I con “A husband is mighty handy on a grandfathers and grandmothers? How
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
they do look at it is rattier prettily told
tertainment by which a well known sider right, and then I am a stanch ad farm,” he ventured.
and dashing member of the demi mirer of Mrs. Cleveland, who is a credit
“Have you got one,” she asked, with by a (young student, Miss Frances
The Finest Line of Confection
Wells Danielson, in that very bright
monde was al tout to, inaugurate a new to the type of American womanhood.” a sharp little laugh.
ery in the City.
little expression of board: ng-liouse wis
“No,” he replied, “but—”
residence of which she bad just taken
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEÛN.
possession. This dame, though a Y. She completed her education at
“Have you got a wife?” she inter dom, tlie Dana Hall Bonbonniere. “It
All kinds of Produce taken at the
is hard,” this voting woman writes, “it
prominent and popular personage by Vassar college and then came to New rupted.
reason of her geniality and good humor York to live. For many years she lias
“Have you one?” he quickly asked, is bard after spending many weary
hours at the piano and finally master
and general jolity, is neither young n<# been principal of the Seabury Seminary cornering her.
Call and examine my Stock and
ing a piece, to overhear th« remark,
J, P. TURNEY,
“Well, it seems to me, Miss Busby,” “That certainly is inliorn talent; her
colleagues, is not in the least refined. ive member of Sorosis, and prominent
A. H. G aunt i
She is known by the name of "Mar in many temperance societies, and as a said Mr. Higgins, “that we ain’t l>een father is musical, I believe.” It is dis.
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
got,” and, since the death of Cora Pearl member of tlie King’s Daughters. For farmin’ on right principles. K’pose we heartening when one has squandered
much time and countless sheets of pa
Specialty of surgery and diseases of women
she is probably the most conspicuous three years she was vice-president for set a meetin’ and talk it over.”
per on a difficult problem, to have it
woman of her class in Paris. Towards New York in the Woman’s National
“S’pose we do, Mr. Higgins.”
Vinos B lock - M c M innville , O r .
Points to Remember for 1892, in the purchase of Gro- the end of the evening she undertook Press association. Last October she “Will this even’ at early candle light said, "They are a mathematical family.
This registered Jersey I,till was recently
purchased bv the undersigned unit will
to amuse the persons surrounding her went abroad as a delegate to the Uni be too soon, Maria,” inquired Mr. Hig Her grandfather was really a genius In
stand for service at my farm.
that line.’ But, saddest of all, to a
with an account of a trip she had taken versal Peace Union at Rome, where gins.
Sire ltoyal Beauty's Duke. (17.315); aver
childish mind, is to be called ‘so very
age of dam and sire’s dam, 30 pounds. 15’4
the money they can save during the year in purchasing goods of a
Busby, and they talked it over success much like her great great-grandmother;
ounces, in seven days,
firm that pays strict attention to the selling of First Class Goods summer, and of the immense amount ed the flag of peace which was sent by fully.'
said great grandparent’s highly-colored
bam Princess of Ashantee 6th, (43,514), a
of attention and social consideration the American women, through the
and Jeweler. most
at a Small Profit.
promising young cow. Average of
sirring eyed, old-fashioned portrait
she had enjoyed during her tour.
Human Freedom League, to the Ital
Sealer In All Kinds of Watches. Jewelry. Plated Ware dam and sires dam 35 pounds , 10';, ounces
Machine* and Men.
hanging in awe-inspiring stateliness in
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR.
in seven days.
People usually go to the nearest place regardless of “I went by the name of the Countess ian government.
a gloomy corner. Ko it goes on. A
ROYAL ASHANTEE is a solid fawn,
Z-——,” continued Margot. My valet
The basis of the Frances Cleveland
witli soft mellow skin and silky hair, long
A writer in one of our exchanges,
J. W.COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN E. C APPERSON
You will be able find every thing in the grocery line in our store. and my maid had just got married. So Influence club No. 1 is woman’s influ says tlie Manufacturer*' Gazette, l»e- pretty complexion? Yes, the Browns
body, straight back, large Barrell, short
Cashier legs, clean cut throat,dished face, beautiful
always had that. A wit? Perhaps,
I took them with me as traveling com
exerted on husbands, sweethearts
wails the decay of Mechanical skill in but nothing compared with that nobio
head and throughout of fine torm.
We are in it—The Grocery Business; and we will al panions, and they, too, passed as ence
and friends. The masculine popula
Royal Ashantee traces tlnee times to tlie
ways give you the best goods in the city for the money. We give French people of high distinction. tion is to have a tremendous force the following words:
ancestor, whose sayings were tlie sol
great Coomassii*. tlie greatest of Island
“The decrease of manual skill and of der of the neigliliorbood. A fluent
cash or trade for all produce, suit yourself in the matter.
that were left upon me tn Boston and on which the club stands is as follows: artistic sense among mechanical work French scholar? Her mother was a
C W. HOLMAN.
New York. Mrs. Blueblood, of Boston “To voice women’s interest's in cam men results not merely from want of linguist. And even tlie great aunts
Paid up Capital, $50.000.
got up a reception in my honor. Mrs. paigns of principle; to defend the such all-round practice as they got half and uncles come in for their share of
Transacts a General Banking Easiness,
Upperten, (of New York, gave me a homes of the land against unjust taxa a century ago, but from a want of tliat I praise.” No wonder the poor child
Deposits Received Subject to Check
very swell dinner party, and so on tion; to secure the election of tlie dem sort of loving interest in their work the is discouraged when there is no credit
•Idtimers used to feel when they could to lie had for a slowly developed ac
Interest allowed on time deposits.
without end. I tell you what, girls, ocratic ticket.”
Sell 6ight exchange and telegraphic trans
if you want to amuse yourselves im- Tlie full list of the members of the put something of their individuality complishment. All the credit belong»
fer* on New York, San Francisco and Port
menesly in the best society, all you club is not ready for publication, but into everything tliat they made. Now to the grandfathers, and tlie child be
Collections made on all accessible points.
have to do is to call yourselves Coun many prominent women of New York adays the workman has simply to work gins to wonder how it wns that these
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p ni.
tess or Marqueis and go to the United attended the first meeting. The offi out a design—or rather to run a ma w.onderful grandparents escap<*d the
States. They don’t stop to ask im- cers of the club are: President, Mrs. chine to work out some part of a de operations of the law of heredity and
barrassing questions there; they just Mary Frost Ormsby; secretary, Miss sign—prepared by some artist whom ho did all those things entirely on their
you at your own valuation and Sarah E. Fuller; chairman of the ex does not know and never lias seen. own acconnt, and not as the result of
I have enlarged my store and have combined a full and complete stock of
you have ‘no end of a good time.’ The ecutive committee, Marquise Clara The general result may be beautiful what their grandparents were.
Rease, Sign, and Oriiaiuentiil Painter
But some consolation is left for the
amusement of Mr. X-----on thus dis Lanza, daughter of Dr. Wm. A. Ham when the different parts are assembled,
Sash, Doors, Mouldings. Glass, Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
covering the identity of the so-called mond. Mrs. Elizabeth Remington but the workman feels that he lias no poor descendant of gifted sires. "Our
The Only Sign Writer in the County.
And everything belonging to this class of goods
Countess Z---- , can be better imagin and Mrs. E. J. Cadwallader were personal share in tlie production of its ; faults are allowed to lie indisputably
Homes fitted up in the Neatest and Most
beauty. He has become a regulator of
own. No grandparent’s Irritability
Have also Combined a Line of Fishing Tackle & Guns than discribed. He often tells the among the first members. Tlie meet a machine; he simply sharpens tools, I our
iF’iiis? zsroi i
is brought up as an excuse for our own,
ings of the club are to be held privately
Designs furnished for Decorations.
If you .take pills it is because you
This with my Immense Stock of
never tried the
of his own narration. But there is subject to the call of the president. adjusts them, keeps his machine oiled, no aunt’s duiuess palliates ours, and
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Fur
one point on which he preserves a dis There are to be no platform talks or and puts into it the material to tie whoever heard a hasty father say to his
nishing a Specialty.
S. B. Headache and Liver Cure
creet silence, and that is the real name public discussions. "Tliat we leave for worked upon. All the precision, the equally hasty son, ‘Poor child, you
It works so nicely, cieansing the Liver
Work ¿aken by Contract or by the Day. Ex
and Kidneys; acts as a mild physic without
of the American hostesses that so over the men,” says Mrs. Ormsby. “They nicety of operation are due to the inan can’t help it; you inherit it from me?’ ”
perienced men employed.
causing pain or sickness, and does not stop
ALTOGETHER MAKES A COMPLETE COMBINATION
whelmed the fascinating French can do the talking and cheering, and imate rather than tlie living tool. Probably no one ever beard a parent
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
you from eating and working.
As to stocks, but not with any other firm or men.
woman with attentions. As to the when they get home the women do tlie What interest can such work beget? say just exactly this, but perhaps there
To Try It Is to Become a Friend to it.
What lofty ambition can it stimulate? have been parents who have thought
truth of the story there is not the influencing.”
For Sale by R ogers B ros .
workman when the bell rings
It isn’t perfectly conducive to
DERBY & BOYER,
“My plan is to write to representa the time to quit work feels reluctant to it.
tered certain of the details of locality
AND GOODS CAN'T BE BEAT
discipline for parents to tell their
to prevent identification and that is tive women in the different states, tell leave his task, or lingers over it to
Proprietors of The McMinnville
own children, always, Just what they,
Notice is hereby given tliat tlie under
bring out some beautiful effect or inter- [
to organize one. We wish to form a esting combination that he feels he the parents, are thinking of them
signed lias tiled tier final account of her ad
O. O. HODSON
ministration of the estate of J .1. Butler,
series of clubs throughout the United must see before he ean depart content selves. This apparent inheritance of
dcceas d. iti tlie county court of Yamhill
The conversation turned on the ques
States, all working in harmony for edly? If machines were invented to ; virtues and not of faults is certainly a
County, Oregon, and said court has set
tion of recognizing a man’s native state
puzzling thing to children, but not a
Situated at the Southwest corner of the Tuesday, the 3th day of July, A. 1>. 1892.
play billiards, and only by their use more puzzling than is the fact to par
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
from his accent and general method
at the hour of two o’clock p. in. of said day
at tlie county court room in tlie county
could this king of games lie played,how ents tliat children sometimes don't in
of speech. One gentleman, who, by
court bouse at McMinnville, Oregon, as the
club is to raise all votes
First-Class Drain Tile
long would the game lie a favorite? If
the way, had been complaining of ev
time and place of hearing said final ac
cantile basis. According to the women violins could be performed upon only herit pronounced qualities that th«y
erything in the south—railways, hotel
kept constantly on hand at lowest living count.
Now therefore all persons interested in
of the Frances Cleveland Influence by automatic mechanism, or pictures were confidently expected to inherit
DEBBY * BOYER,
service, weather and so on—disputed
said estate are notified and required to ap
club No. 1 votes should not be bought, painted only by machine-actuated self
McMinnville, Oregon. pear at said time and place and then and
(jo to Redmand's for reduced price*
anyone’s ability to do so. Mr. Page
there show cause, if any there be, why said
on white good* und sun Mhades.
volunteered to tell where each one of they should be gained by the influence charging brushes, who would
estate should not be finally settled, said ad
his three companions hailed from and
ministratrix discharged and her bonds ex
the gentleman disputed his claim.
suasive,not an aggressive spirit through
"Well,” said Mr. Page, “this gentle out the club.
Hated this the 24th day of May. 1892.
Each member is to possess a blank
How do I know? Because I beard him
Administratrix of said estate.
<t F enton .
pronounce the word, ‘south,’ and he book, wherein she is carefully to keep
With a Ho«,SOW FERRY’S SEEDS and
Attorneys for said estate.
gave it roll peculiar onlj’ to Virginians. a record of every vote she has secured
nature will do the rest.
Seed, largely determine the harvest— always
This gentleman is a Mississippian, for
—pardon the comparison—I can close through her (influence for Cleveland.
my eyes and believe I hear one of the The number of votes secured is to be re
. and rhat to nuse,etc., sent free to ail who ask
old melodiously cadenced voices of my ported at each meeting. — Neu- York
of B«Ilevil!s, Kan.:
father’s slaves. You, sir, turning to World.
; D. M. FERRY
I began your
his disputant, are from the north,
W. «KO 1 WUM
[ could noti
Ba fore. After. Loo. i
near Chicago, I should im
do any work. Th« accompanying fig- Weight 245 lb* 185 lb* Mj lb*
urea »how the mult of .3 month«’ treat- Bust----- 4» in. 37 in. 11 ix
Colonies of apparently well pleased
ment. I now fe«l like a n»w being. Ul«I Waist... 40 in. £9 in. 1’ in.
and pain» ar« all gone. My friends are|Htpa .... 57 in. 48 in. 9 in.
^„^4^ Americans are found in
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